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 24, 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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: .. -": .,. '. .... .:. : R. E. WISHART KILLED. DEATH OF MR. S. L. PATTERSON. N. Atkinson Mr. Atkinson is super- rRlNQS1

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: : His Death the Result of a Fatal MIs- Mr. S. L. Patterson of Miami, died .
take the Part of His Assailant while in Ocala Postmaster Crom took
Prescriptions Carefully Filled on ,
in New York City at one o'clock Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson for a drive
Mr. Robert E. Wishart. of this city t morning In' one of the large hospitals
!< -' around Ocala showing them all the We Have Nqw in '

HAPPENINGS, ABOUT TOWN..' Mr, Will: Marlow. is visiting, friendsat was shot and instantly killed about, 8 .of that city points of interest. Some of the New Stock

:- HIgh Springs. o'clock Sunday morning. San An- :Mr. Patterson had been sick for York stockholders will be in Ocala the Most Complete Line of

,'M'IH' 'SARA ELIZABETH:. HARRIS. tonia. This news when heard here a two months and about three' weeks next week and it will be soon defi- .
? -** Local "Editor. Mr. J.. L. Lilly of this city, spent i nitely known if the road will be built RINGS that Can Be Found V '
Sunday with, friends at Leesburg. short while after the' shooting treated ago, accompanied by his wife, went to
," through our city. Mr. Crom Is encouraged -
,0- -- a deal of excitement and I New York to consult a specialist and
: peat Anywhere.
Mrs. W, L. Colbert, .. have returned'fecwae to believe'that it will be.
from' a' visit. to relatives at Miss Cora Griffin of Anthony, was many rumors vere afloat as to the have an operation performed. For a Mr. George G.: Mathews, member '.

Sparr.. among the fair visitors in the city reason for the deed. Mr. Wishart wasa few days after the operation it was elect of the legislature, was a visitorto CaD and See Them.- V
Tuesday.1 kindly and pleasant gentleman and thought that he would recover but our sanctum yesterday. He is in a 1

,Mrs. ,'.George'Hough, and baby have I. had no known enemies. he then took a change for the worst. earnest in the race he is making for
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Clarke and children -
g6 to Crystal River to spend a Mr. Wishart was in the crosstie The first of .last "week his brother-, speakership and says the letters he
of Rock have to
eeeple. of.'weeks., business, having camp at! Enhern, in in-law Dr. J. M. Jackson jr., of Miami hsa received are in every way en- :
--- .North. Carolina for the remainder of
.-- I Pasco county,; near San. Antonio. His was telegraphed for and left .immediately couraging. He feels hopeful that he

-Mr"> W. D., Cam went' to. Daytona I thesummer.. two daughters Misses Jennie and An- for New. York. After: reaching will be the winning candidate. .

Beach Monday'tovisit; his family, who I nabelle Wishart, were on a visit to the bedside of Mr. Patterson herallied
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood
are there for the summer. him at that place and in company and for several das'' was better Noble A. Strobhar the young son
been the past few with
spending days
with their father drove over to. San and it was .confidently hoped that of-Mr. J. N. Strobhar. has entered suit
Mrs. nood's realtives at Martel and
:Thi* is'a progressive' age. Blue,BIB-- Antonio Sunday morning to have some he would get well. On Friday he suffered against the Atlantic Coast Line rail- ,

broir'Lemon' Vanilla are the Lake Sixteen.. dental work done. One of the young a relapse and it was then known way for damages to. the amount of Fred G. B. Weihe

extracts. b8olutelY"P\U'e. ladies was in the chair the dentist that his death was only a matter of $25,000 for injuries 'sustained by him ,
Mr. A. J. McLaughlin, of Fairfield,
Dr. Nobles, operating on her teeth.A days. while in the employ of the railroad.He Trje Jeweler, '
has returned home after delightful
'lr10.. C. McLeod is home from a knock was heard at the door and The remains will be sent to Miami is represented by Cot B. A.

visit ,to: his. family .at St. .Petersburg, weeks in pleasure New York.trip of several and as the dentist was busy. Mr. and the funeral :will take place In that Thrasher; of Gainesville. Some time L J. V

Trtwe. ttey."'are.,spending the summer. Wishart answered the knock. A tur- city Friday afternoon.Mr. ago while flagging for this road run- -----V ---- -- .

(' '' Mrs. J., A. Walters accompanied by: pentine operator by: the name of Burton Patterson was married in Ocala ning between High Springs and Citra

1': .' Standberg,. wife of Captone her son Holmes, went down to Coleman was standing without and asked five years ago last January' to Miss -v attempted to get, off the enginein The members' Mr. Louis Lang'

Wr. of the best known Tuesday afternoon to spend a if Dr. Nobles was in. Mr. Wishart Jessie Barco, the second adughter of the yards at High Springs. His houseboat party returned home Sun _,

cttiMB of Crystal;.River, :was in the,. few days with relatives.: answered in the affiramtive and as Hon. and Mrs. J. M."Barc of this foot slipped.and he fell under the tender day. They were in Mr. Randall

flit", "Mead&)'. .. the words left his mouth Burton fired city. He was only thirty-three years the wheels passed overone of his boat the "Winona/* which chartered :. _

George Ogden, the colored man who at him with a shot gun killing him of age and was one of the most pop- legs mutilating it so severelythat they -

u-lIr..Newton..A.' Butch' state inspector was shot at Stanton Sunday ,night by instantly. As the dead man fell his ular' and influential citizens of MI- amputation was necessary and for the week. Ther cruised -

convict and member elect of another died at the hospital in ill for long time. The around St. George's lake on Silver ..
'allroad'mm1Bsion. negro murderer uttered these words. "No- amL Besfdes being a' prominent law- De was a prog- .

the Florida was this icty Tuesday morning. bles you have ruined my life," or yer he was largely.interested in the, ress of this case will be watched with Springs the,Ocklawaha and St. Johns
tin .city'Sunday. \ river and had a Jolly time. BesidesMr.
In his and great interest.
words to that effect. rage real estate and abstract business.
Hon. John B.. Floyd, of Irvine was Lang the
,..tiN.Clara Henderson is visitingtrfeftfe haste he had committed a more awful Besides his wife ,he is survived by party was composed of
in the city Tuesday on business for Mr. E. M. Hendricks, son of our Mr. H. A. Warterman of this city
and relatives in Ocala Later crime than he had intended, mistaking one little girl Annie Leter who is
the New York Life Insurance Company townsman, C. R. writes his father Miss Kate Mitchell of Summerfield,
.... :will g go to Jacksonville and; At. Mr. Wishart for the dentist thereby two years old. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson
which represents.. | from the East Coast extension railway Misses Cora and .Ossle Griffin and -
u-Tampa Tribune. killing an innocent man; of whom having lost another little daughter '
camps about a hundred .miles their guet Miss Kate Lang of Miami
B. of Brooksville he had never heard before. about two years ago.
I Mr. T. Johnson, ,
south of Miami that the work is progressing Misses Sue and Grace
Robert returned home Milligan, Mrs.
C. V.
Mr formerly of this city and who is with The daughters of Mr. Wishart were This paper extends its deep sympathy -
rapidly He states that the Farris Mr. and Mrs. James Howell
yesterday from San Antonia where the Spoke and Rim factory was in horribly: shocked over the tragedy and to the bereaved family and other V
workmen there treated with the
are and Mr. Ward GrilBnof
burial the Anthony.
be went to prepare for body the city Tuesday between, trains. are inconsolable in their grief. relatives.
'. most consideration he has ever seen,
( oJ Mr. Jlobert J;. WlsharUPrefewor The murderer was captured and is .
everything to be found in the way of Mr H. S. Chubb. receiver of the
Mr. Lois Taffaletti's new concreteand now in jail at Dade City Since the above the Ban-
was in type United States Land. Office at Gaines-
R. I.. Turner, of Inver- edibles being brought there three
lime brick fence around his 4th and Waldo
Mrs. Wishart, has received the following
B.M, was in Ocala Monday. .He was ner special times a week He has been on one vile passed through ,tacksgnyilleMonday.
ward home is eliciting a good deal of Wishartr the wife and sons of the deceased from Miami
returning home from a visit! to hisft&ily ; of the boats plying the vienity since He said that he was on his
comment. It is the handsomest in went down to San Antonio Miami Fla. %1. 1906.
t Asg. way to the mountains of North Carolina _
,who are at Seabreeze. February and has scarcely set foot -
the city. Sunday afternoon. They were accompanied to the Ocala Banner
Special but
on land during that time. The sick knowing ones say that his '
On August 7. a ten pound by Mr C. V, Roberts, who Sr L. Patterson died in New York baggage checked
Friday Mr. Cleveland Edwards, manager of he says are well cared for and is was to Oyster Bay, '.
? ,. born to Mrs. Ruby Fisher, carried down the casket and prepared city at one o'clock this morning. The and he has
Uy WM the Crystal River Racket Co., was in The fun- there is anything more serious than a gone up there to have one V
tester of/he late Judge W. F, Waif Ocala Tuesday on his way home from the remains for burial. body is accompanied by Mrs. Patter. mild case of sickness the unfortunateone of two weeks chat with. th peresident

',. 1see.', Candler, Fla. ,-Times-TJnion. New York where he has been buying eral was held Tuesday at Sutherland, son, Dr. '' arrived
the. funeral cortege having derson. Will leave tonight for Miami
generally and Florida in
gods for his store.. where he receives the best medical
14 N., W. S. ,Bullocfc and son and ,, there MOlldaynight.. arriving here Thursday night. care that can,be had. He is delighted .

;:. ,-.qL-t r Miss Alice Bullock 'Whoa'ie | Mrs. Jessie. Haycraft and little ., Besides the four children already The funeral will take place Friday, with the work down there. Mr. Tom Ricards, formerly at Cand-

\ peen spending the summer at daughter who have been at Pablo mentioned he leaves another son, Mr. Rev. Frederick Pasco, officiating. Mr. ler but who now_ resides at Boca

.'' 'W 41wa J Spring*, have returned home. Beach for a couple of weeks have Karl Wishart.; who is in the turpen- Patterson was married in Ocala in We had a very! pleasant visit Tues- Grande on the east coast, and Miss

::1 gone to North and South Carolina to tine business in Mississippi and a 1901 to Miss Jessie M. Barco. Deep day from Mr. T A. Goode of Bartow Helen- Lathrop of Aurora, Illinois,

>, Mrf' 3. B Hlers! who travels* for spend a month or more. second wife, ,who :was Mrs. Mary A. .sorrow is expressed here,as deceasedwas who is representing the Southern who also as. a 'young: girl made her .

: >... & Co, spent Sunday in Ocala t- norwood of this city, to whom he I one of Miami's most prominent I Home Insurance Company This is a 'home at Candler, will be married at

a !*.HJ WI wife and ton who are the Mr.Gus Morton ,of Eve Levy 'county was only married.. about four monthsago. .I business men.Committee company not yet organized. and .Mr. the home of the bride on August the

:;, ........ of Mrat Hier1 mother. Mrs ,- who during the last campaign was I I of Elks and Knights of Goode is placing its stock with per- thirtieth. Their, Marion county friends

'I. Waterman. a warm supporter of the 'jBrow rd- Mr. Wishart had made many friendsin I Pythias will.go to Jacksonville on sons, who want to,make a good,invest ,will be very much interested in this

Stockton faction, was among the visitors Ocala who were very' much shockedat ; special car to act as escort. ment. The company will be eapitil- announcement.

:". \Mr, u4 Mrs. Frank Sampson of I in the city Tuesday. his tragic death and they all unitein MIAMI MORNING NEWS zed at $250,000 and $90,000 of the

;. Moan. who have been spending:: extending their condolence to the stock has already been placed From Miss_Procter,;.a of the

_, ...e weeks at Glen Springs. S. C. During the absence of Mr._ and Mrs. stricken family. Thanks- are Extended. figures in his possession he proves Ocala hospital and her young sister

.; for theder I Geo. W, Wilson in New York their arrived, last. night and. have rooms at. -
.late feee to Boston, Mass. -Savannah Ga.. Aug 16,1906. conclusively that insurance .companies -
.,: of the summer. sons, Henry and Geo. W. Wilson 'jr., Beautiful Horses and Mules, Editor Ocala Banner; without, exception pay .large divi 'the Ocean Spray. Irs.'Pop, matron

are :with their p-andzneiher. Ttlrs.. S. Messrs. Tompkins&,, Nichols have Through your columns we wish to dends. Florida.pays out to insurance ,of, the same institution. '" -,ia located. at -;
of Oaklawn. recieved a car load of horses. and .Coquina lodge for the balance of Ati. V
)1ft. J. W. HopUai and her frls- A. Stewart, just, thank those good friends, each, and companies more than.a, million dollars ,
that they purchased in Atlanta gust..Daytona Beach Items in GazetteNews. t
"' '' y.l1ft May Hopkins returned mules who aid of
: every one of you, gave us annually and it is the object the

,* hem 8 a4ty afternoon from Sea. }Irs. W,. TC Phillips of Tampa' who after a personal inspection., In the I and I solace in our late bereavementover Southern Home Company to keep a : ....,'. _- "." .'-, ...' .:-._-'.-'1.- ..JA.4.. ..,
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is a visit parents anda
on beautiful pair of blacks
b.iii; *htro they' have been spend- lot is a the loss of our husband and of this at .home.
Lake Weir, and who nas spent"several beautiful pair of bays which matchin portion money Mr. C F. Venable, of Center Hill4
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Reardon. Ocala
days In Ocala the guest of her father John Gahey Messrs. T: J.'Nelson and E.*A. Polly,
: particular. of Fairfield _
every Mr. M. L. Paine one
J hold in
will our
!4.4.,, P,: MUchelU i Mr, friend, Mrs. Vernie Roberts, returnedto The mules- are''r large, and strong and her people ever will of Marion's most progressive and advanced of BeUevlew, of. Candler, Mr ', C. TiMiller V? V
that time never
-; t. ..: s Baih1 lAd 'little firl 'the lake Tuesday afternoon. and are bought especially, ,for the hearts a and memory It is with .the deepest appreciation farmers was' in Ocala Friday and daughter, Mr. Fred New;:
: efface bern and littti&son/of Dr.
Leroy Grif'\
f'6ummerQtel)d horses and
? H. Praek o' Besides these *
to vi
trade. her and,went to Belleview: Saturday
and thank people ,
Mrs. Otto Mente and children that we ,
fia-.of .Dunnellon and Capt W. F
;jreae t who' spent the two Shetland *
t rt y mules there are one or it his daughter son-ni-iaw and little
who hand and led us
brother-! arrived in Ocala Monday took us by the
of Homosassa -
were some of .
; ftt _'" Ocala Kosuy)'. in the M, purchased to.. pleasethe the Lowry ,
; ponies grandchild. He has been over'on,
Mrs, 'Men. the vale of tears. .
.' a. and are the guests". through the, visitors to Ocala 'Tuesday transJ
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children judgment our .
: In te'. parent's, Mr. and Mrs R. 'Eo THE FAMILY. east coast but in
.i "" Vttte.\t OeaU eame at the acting-business and visiting friends. :
These horses and mules.are ,. thaVsectlon of the state
-visit -- county
Ment first
: 'f' : ; : Yonge. This is Mrs. }
talcDw111spendhis to Ocala since aer illness. and herfriend'are'deligbted stables of Messrs. Tompkins & Nich- T E. Bridges rrecrafting 'agent of at .an advantage' < 'especially1 along At the meeting of the Florida mem '

, : 'to/see' her' look ols..between the Banner"office and the' I the firm.of S. A. Rawls &' Co; arrivedin farming, lines-' At, any rate we are bers of the-Bryan reception commit.t
I "4141" MitroiiL .JI tng' fwell,'again.Mrs. I government lots i to., the city Sunday morning and left an ,to the good. OneiSreason, Is beg tee,' Hon*' D* U..Fetesewas} ,.annul. .

; _. t I '.. -- ..., i Go and look at them if you want this morning 'ono the return trip to cause. "we have" so many successful- .,. JlOt\S.lrJ chosen chairman of the, eom

". alatkaaeoaa I .' Charles Watson .!and.her si? !see something pretty. : Jn. .horseflesh' Marion county In company with:: the farmers' 'like, 1I i. .Payne/ :There. 'is mitte .The Yictoria.hotel will: be the

.U .lb.wh(}. ,has i te' Mss ilame5wlcker'J.of Coleman, I '- 'ti ,', young white man who. .was. recently sometimes. _more, h in the "man than' In headquarters for the Flarida part -

,.J.U .'llaflairtl'aliad'tf.'arb who, have been .viitjng:au: e. Weir; The range crop"'' south' sentenced to serve five years'for-pM5* the land. ,But. Marion= lies both. during their...stay in New York.

f, 1 Ocala Sway ,afternoon and came up to Ocala Sunday, ernoon Uspend r "The orange !growers.b further ing''worthless,Checks ;Patterson..;WI! i' : -* '.'. t s

z 11U K. ...... of the k.k esa4Menj '-a fear}'daY s;with.the .wDi i. of r claim that .hte crop from,that section'the an ''tnstirance'' ;solicitor .and h% was Game Warden's Notice. .i The famous White' 'House, ,shoes for.

j .... their:uncle]and':aunt, .Mr,,and)ts,1. next :winter will be"as' large'as : also good as>'penman Whey hevcame, .Notice :is hereby"liven'that" .when ,i ladies and gentlemen" and the Buster. V

It : :\. }Walters, Ty ,returned. horn e preceeding one. 'The estimates: flow to signIpg:..ehecksTampa
: Kate, & et Mlamh.who ha sK Tce dayaftemoon., ,," ,of'. for the stat is about, 2,040,000:Jj 0fhclacling :iesJ : ,,: ; ', --1 1W :the west roust be'e, l I not be,scrpassed iajthe. .,ciryjfor gyi > tyltMifa _
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within a few hundred yards of 'the Crouch, had a pleasant straw.rlde put
__ IN THE BERLIN AND formed the party were Misses Ireneani LYNNE AND VICINITY .' .. 1TLGnNAICoNDmON1Th
Blitchton postoffice.. to" Reddick Friday night to a party
Beck and Messrs. Joe PICNIC ON "JACK
; _> Messrs. Wnu BUtch and L W Coulter Mr. W. C Nettles one of Fleming-; fw
Hughes Roland BUtch, Raliegh Beck :
i Banner. have gone to south. Florida to, buy: ton's! most successful ,farmers andsaw
Correspondence Ocala Banner:: John, Douglassand .the,'writer. Correspondence.Ocala 'Ii
: will mill here Saturday on I-
"JackRidge" porperty and in the near future men, was
A Horida gentleman, who ,has been Miss Lora Douglass and .Miss Ruby The picnic last Wednesday D
: The embark for the southland. We are business. .
: Tititlng in the north, says: "It ts'plaln Phillips, who have been the guests of was a grand success. will Younge visited his ,CURE r
selected for the picnic are very sorry to give them up, and Mr. Ashley o.
> that; the tourist and. pleasure,, and Misses Mary and Ethel Smith forthepast grounds Sunda.I sm-SICK
good"citizens cousin at Martin .
i classes their near the, residence of Mr. R. C. Fort, say that there will be two .. CAT1UHMH R15
health-seeking -have few days,. returned to their of thestate.The Miss Lelia O'Rear has gone off for IV resT
another part
and was attended by most of the peopie -added to I or MANY VUASTO BC wt BUT wanst es n*
minds already on Florida, and everything homes at Shady Grove Sunday. of Dutton a short visIt.Conductor MARKtT fOfl DISEASE tH STOCK Of AU.HWDS
t .newphosphate plant CIIP6
tourist In this section, with representatives IfSlIIiQ hppT1uAbnLaThIlMM5 TiICt Sf AlIa
points to the greatest Mr.: and Mrs. E. P. Collins and, and Elec- & Co., is nearing completion.Mrs. R T. Crouch has been T1L.NNANISKOTA FOOD$UTIQ1O: utttt
from Ocala :.
____ ; leason in the history of the state. the 6IVt IT&tIII.U.Alii SAVE YOUR AIUM.tlcr
of Evinston
children! are is sick with fever recently.Mr.
\ ra-in all about fifty persons. Phoebe Sparkman very 25 CISTS A f* *aOflSSI8
It it no wonder that "Floridawards" Mrs. W. E.McCuuy and the Misses sick. She is very old .and if she livesa : Alex Younge and son, Clarence, *U TAUW eiStS KAfWfAaURO 6V

Is the slogan in the north for it is Reggie and Winifred McCully. r Those who were present from Ocala few months longer, she :will be 110 nave come back to old Fairfield again.Mr. I ACKERHAHB:STEW.ARTAita.

_;_ in Florida the Land of the Flowers, Mr. J. J. Beck, of McIntosh, and Mr. were: Messrs. C.A- Fort Henry i years old She likes company, and all and Mrs. Adam Rou and children -

___ :- where the golden raya of the sun and J. A. Carlton of St. Petersburg,. are Chalker and from D. A.Lake Fort Weir; Miss Mr Laura Augustus that and you should go' to see. her. .I went to Ocala last week to lstt '

7: the silver light of the. moon are the visitors to Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Beck 3riggers, The'water in the ponds is drying L Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smoak. Drew Co., $4.50; Crew Levick CoOn .
and Misses
brightest where the beautiful tropical and family. Waites Electra. up is thought that it will wise Miss Ante Harsh has gone to Martin $13.75-

scenery is the most enchanting;.where Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brook, of :Mar Dixie Pillans, from fever. ,'-" to spend a while with her sister, motion -of Dr. Chace the report ;
the lakes the rivers.are. the livilest .-! Mr. Charlie Rogers treated t&8 : Committee was adopted
: and tel, left on the Thursday morning I CORRE PONDENT. Mrs. Smith. of Financial ,
: where the cooling breeze from train for Ocala, at wnich place they crowd "cold. by furnishing plenty of Miss Maude Butler has returned, to which read as follows: I

__ __ T- I the troubled Atlantic are the best transferred to.the St. Petersburg train ice water. which was quite a treat : I DAISY NO. 1. her h omif 1 .in Gainesville" this' .week, *. Ocala; Ha,August 2i, 190 .

-_ and where the women are the pret- for St Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. and highly appreciated by\alL much to the regret of her many To the President and Members ot'

o lest Brooks will spend some Umein south t The young folks spent the afternoonIn Correspondence- Ocala Banner.. friends here. I the City Council: -

. _- On Tuesday=*we accompanied Mr. Florida, and,'while there." theywill'- ; vis. playing games, in which several_ We are ,having _some, extra fine JIM. The undersigned members of your

I6. B. Brooks! fcrthe Zuber section It'Tampao'-Green- ,Springs and Dunedin. got pretty hard falls but! none were weather at present. I finance committee beg to recommendas -T.

, Zuber I* on the main.line .of.the Mrs. W. W. Clyatt and Miss Gertrude -! Mr. 0. A. Harper is on the fcick list I MINUTES OF CITY COUNCIL. 1 follows: 'i

-- tT A. C. L. Railway, about one mile anjia :i I Bacheldor. of Ocala, are staying hurtWe were sorry to learn of the accident -,. Mr.' and Mrs. Hines returnedhome (OFFICIAL.) I' ; In- the matter of the balance due .

: half above Kendrick. Zuber is with Mis Ernestine Brooks during the which befell Mr. Waters and from a two weeks' visit to Georgia Theregular meetingof the city 1 1I the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing

Ii. where the Sumner, Lumber Co's Mill absence of her parents. his fair companions. Misses Americaand :last Saturday. I Company, they recommendthat
r council held August 21st, 1906.
will be located. Miss Ethel Smith., who has been a Dixie PUlans, on their return Mrs. A. P. Marsh visited relativesat the city clerk be authorized to '

: Mr., Brooks is the manager of this. suffer: with fever, is_ now up and home The horse became frightenedand Grahamville last Sunday aid Mon- President being absent and presi- draw a warrant for $2590.50 on the

-r- company's works at, that point and around. broke some part of the buggy, <.Lay.: dent pro tern acting mayor. Mr. B. A. general fund and with it purchase N. v>

he has ,a great number .of men already Those on the sick list this week threw Miss Dixie out and greatly to Miss Ethel Brand and little brother, ,Weathers was onmotion duly carried. Y exchange for a like amount in favor -llfj

I employed. are Miss Lottie :Mills Miss Elenor I' their joy yej; surprise, she 'was un. Johnnie of Lake county, spent last chosen acting president. of the Westinghouse Company J

;Miss Pauline Seckingerand I "Gus' and C. and lorward same to it, thus leavinga
Seckinger hurt. Better hurryup get week with their mother Mrs. Mary
: Mr. C. A. Blatchford has the con- Meeting called to order by president -
.-: '. tract to erect the mill and machinery little Miss Annie Hood. your buggy in trim, we are going to Marsh. They are visitors at Graham- balance of $1,000 less a certain"freight ,

buildings for the company .and he, Mrs. Sam Neal and children, of have another picnic soon. ville and Lynn this week. bill of $69, paid by the city, '
; ::. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. has purchasedthe Roll call by clerk and the following to be paid after inspection and final
Shimon for Goolsby
\ left Monday Mr. Griner
: too has a good many men at work, Mr. Lucian
j W. Carter at Carter's Pond. Mr, and residence of Mr. William Teuton.Mr. members presentB. acceptance of the machinery. -
where accepted a I
Mr. Blatchford has already got the I Miami, J. E.
T. J ,
A.. Weathers, Owen committee recommends that
Neal's Your
Carter are Mrs. parents. for large Teuton will in the future '
T .) < foundation of the mill laid and says Mr. George Seckinger, of Palmetto as bookkeeper a grocery make his hime on the east coast. Chace, H. A. Ford and E. K. Nelson.Minutes \your clerk be Instructed to write to
that place.
: : by the fifteenth of November he_ expects Mr. Val firm of August 14th 1905, read I bonds
is here visiting his and mother We think wedding bells will soon the trustees of the eiectnc light ,
to have the mill ready for bus- Mr. M. L. Reynolds
entine Seckinger at Berlin. and his also Goolsby town from the and approved. calling upon them to turn over to the
were in Ocala Monday as were ring near
:- iness. Joe and President asked if there were any unsold bonds still ,in their "
cousins, Messrs. Holly Will Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mills.Mr looks of Mr. C. T.'s new barn. That'sright council the
The mill site including the round I personal communications before council 1
Seckinger at Martel.
Henry Jos. Stanaland carried a load of Charles 'save what you have hands.
house and the steam houses will Mr. Seckinger is' a thriving merchant to town Saturday where.. he made. and you will have something to upon which T. J. Anderson statedhe We also recommend that the city

; cover sour acr sof ground and, it is and truck grower in Manatee potatoets was there to oppose_ the openingup attorney be allowed ten per cent. on.
:. gets a god price for.them. feed her on. f
said that the mill's capacity will be of the street or supposed street
% all current and back taxes collected
county. and Mrs. \ .y
Mr. N. A. Fort and daughter Miss Mr. Will Teuton i
; '0,000 feet of lumber per day One and his his premises on Loti, Block 1, i I
Mr. Lbwny Beck, of Leroy, Pinnie, were in town Saturday Miss 1 Hill, of Daisy made a flying trip to by him without suit, when the aggregate -

: hundred and,fifty men, will be employed brother Mr Raleigh Beck, who is I Pinnie had "her helps to see" changed.: the Brick City last Monday. Range 3, as same would damage his I amount of the taxes of any one

: by the mill. Mr. Brooks, besides with the A. C. L. running between' Mr. James Chalker and daughter, The farmers are busy harvesting trees and prove injurious to his premises -* individual or firm does riot abount to

: belng.the managers)of this company's today and requested that In. case it was in of
: j High Springs and Trilby, came up Jones and children, of Jacksonville their corn. N lover $50; on sums excess $50

; works; ;is :this. owner of the 'commls- Sunday, to visit their parents Mrs. are visiting relatives here this Poor Faraway Moses must have gotten : decided that said street should be and up to $100, he should be allowed, -

:T sary, and he. :'has the exclusive rights Mr. and Mrs. J L. Beck. week., discouraged for.we never hear opened that he be allowed sufficient I'7 1-2 per cent. and on sums over $tO//), ; -

r : of.,selling the commissary' :supplles Mr and Mrs. N* N- Sellers, of Alabama A. Reynolds returned Monday from him these days. June Bug must time for removing his trees. 5 per cent. We also Recommend that

-.L .. and fresh meats on the premises' fA. are In Berlin- They are visiting : Mr.Brooksville where he had been have called on Blue Bell and read her Upon motion of Mr. Ford, the mat the same scale of fee be allowed the

-; :" *\' two-story"'frame: :'building i; is now Mr and Mrs.: J. M. Sellers. visiting from! for a week. mind as she has stopped writing. But ter was placed in the hands of the I.'marshal on the collection of personal

:: being erected for the accommodation Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Frink entertained sorry 'for we liked "to .street committtee with power to act. taxes. -
Stanaland and family were we are very -
Mr. -
: Z ? .J-p .fo the mill men., When: finished, it very delightfully the following visitors Mr. D. B. Roberts Sunday read her pieces very much. I Mr. Chas. Rheinauer made a report We recommend that the -'
.q will be named the Sumner hotel. 'for board of health showing deaths
: ... guests Saturday afternoon; .afternoon.The The candy stew at Mrs. MaryMarsh's i double assessments as per list furnish.r

:: Work has already begun on the rail. Mary and Ethel Smith and their two road by Mr. Henderson's place, for her attle' daughter and .for .July and showing' health of city i ed by Mr. Clyatt, former collector, be
way connecting ZuIer''with Berlin.. Miss Lora, Douglass very gratifying. In accordance with
.; charming guests. which was in such bad shape, is son last Thursday afternoon at three i credited to him
c:: :,' On. account of their being so much and Miss Ruby Phillips of Shady being repaired by 'Mr. 'E. E. Perkins. o'clock was extra fine. There were i He suggested the purchase of two I l his request, provided they be found

: sickness In ,this neighborhood the ,Grove Miss Lucy Irwin Prof. and We had a Sunday school Sunday fourteen present, and 'all had a jolly: mules for the' use of board off health by the clerk to ,agree with his hooks. I

Carter's,fond picnic,,which took place i Mrs. Wm. DeHon I by city.
.. : Mr. R. W..Irvine and found' the church pretty badly time. The children all enjoyed themselves Respectfully submitted.
,, at. Carter's Pond last Saturdaj was DeHon Miss Nettie I Communication from H., C: Rizer, .
: Miss Beatrix and tumbled up as it is being -i so much and hope,for anotherone HERBERT A. FORD, Chn -
not .well attended as usual. Those W. spattered acting director of the U S. Geological
: as Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs.: George and repaired by Mr.Bag as pleasant as the first one was. E. K. NELSON r
: who went however had a very nice Stevens iss Irma. Jane Stevens Mr. well.painted As he Is" a bachelor, we were HERE AND THERE.** Survey; Washington. D. C.. with statements B. A. WEATHERS,
fi: time. Blitchton Mr. Douglass of results of tests of water at
: Roland BUtch of ; at all for they usually On motion it was ordered that city
not surprised
;. Dan Cupid has been piercing hearts of Shady Grove; Mr. Mabe. Phillips : badly. DAISY NO. 2. Ocala was read and discussed to con- clerk attach renewal of bond of city *
things prettty
': with his arrows of love in this section. and the writer.. J. Reynolds returned Monday- .. siderable length, and matter deferred. ,treasurer'to original, bond No. 5.0 WIJ..J -
i- Married'on Thursday, in the forenoon 'Mrs, George L. Taylor and Mrs. Roberts Mr. and families, with several Correspondence. Ocala' Banner. t The matter of purcnasing five acres 925. .

at the home of the bride's parents and children, of :near E. c: Smith's for dumping
; .. E. L. Freyermouth others will spend the greater part of I The weather is very fine at presentand' Reports, of officers for July haYing. .f.
,. at Martel Miss Ada LeonoreBryan last week of grounds for city was discused and "'
Ocala the
guests -
% t > this week and next at Salt Springs.: we hope it will continue so been returned approved were adopt- {:
: \ to Mr, James Charles Smith. Mr.. and Mrs. De ion and Miss Nettie on motion of Mr. Ford was placed in ed. -
.' UNCLE SNAP. while.I
_ __ : c: \... .. '. Rev C. C,: Carroll of the Baptist Sutherland. I I 'notice ,,that the people want to hands of street committee with power i, Judiciary ,committee granted further -

-1__ .- -- church of Ocala, officiating. On Thursday Master J. B. Frey SOUTH LAKE WEIR. hear from June Bug again. So hello, to act i i time on ordinance regulating-the 'j-

: Mrs. Smith is o\\e of Mattel's .so- mouth son of Mr. ad Mrs. Ed. Frey- Here and There. I will come out Communication form R. S. Mitchell payment of license tax by parties en-

_- r; clety, oellea. Mr. milh is an Ocala mouth of Ocala had' his hand badly Correspondence O ala Banner But I haven't much news Wade Hoarde and F. P. Godson asking geged in business of operating hacks

J-' -' Jeweler with the firm of Mr.. A. E. crushed. 'by- an oat cutter at the homeof Mr. and Mrs. J, M* Douglass, of again.We notice in Daisy No. 1. where for the grading and paving of 11 and other vehicles forhire in. Ocala. T

: Burnett of that place. He faa tall Mr and Mrs. Wm.. DeHon. Mrs. South Third street between Magnoliaand
:: Shady Grove, who have been visitingMrs. Albert has a terrible crop. Albert Further time granted fire commit.

r". a handsome and, very poopular young DeHon took the little fellow up to J. F. Simpson, at Weirsdalen returned -poor how are you and your family getting South Orange treet was read. t tee to report.on. bills referred to them

; : : .v- man. Dr. W R. 0. Veal, at Martel. and had home Sunday. along? If you need more help call on Mr. Ford moved that prayer; of petitioners last meeting. i

:f. They were escorted to the train by his hand dressed and on Friday Mrs. Mr C. S. Gates and Mr. Fred Sig- June Bug and he' will give you alight be granted when present It was ordered by council that ser- -.

i. : .he: whole' population of Martel who Freymouth took him home Mrs. man went up to Ocala Saturday.Mr. streets had been, put in good repair; vices of Empounder E. M. Halsell beI-I

itt' ,- t..' showered them with rice, old shoes Taylor returned to ,Ocala with Mrs. returned motion carried.
:: H. D. Mathews has The loggers are shoving the log dispensed with and Marshal Cleveland ,

.t ,::. and good 'wishes, when they boarded. Freymouth. from his visit to North Carolina.Mr. business. Petition from a ,number of citizens .. use diligence in securing a man f

___b : '';''f ,., the Juliette tram fnrflAia. The, nappy ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM. Richard Carter has returned ging Mrs. A. P. Marsh: made a flying trip asking that immediate action be takento whose services be more acceptable. !
'Jjr- couple will spend the honeymooi 1 the nuisance of a pond of
i: to Fernindina after spending some last week. > Report of Mr. Weathers as to statement -
Silver Springs
:. .at Daytona Beach and Seabreeze. FORT McCOY NOTES. time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .to JUNE BUG. stagnant water on tue following \described of cost of material used at electric !

: D .After returning they wiu live In S. D. Carter. property to-wit: On lot commencing light plant in connection with the i*i
:? the "Brick City" The BL P. Rentz Lumber 'company, at point 118 feet south of '
: The Messrs. Croff brothers, and FAIRFIELD NEWS. I a installing of what now practically rep-

;_ : .. :':, : Saturday evening & surprise part which operates; a big mill at Silver their wives from the McGehee Lum- northwest corner of block 44. Cald- resents a new equipment was read mi
: 'f'; tendered Misses Mary and Ethel Springs have had a force of men in well's south 70
.y' :, was : ber Company, at Summerfield were Correspondence Ocala Banner: Add. to Ocala, tnence and ordered filed. -'II T

...\. ,.- Smith and' their two charming guests, this locality surveying land and a I In our berg Sunday afternoon.Mrs. The protracted meeting:of the Baptist feet; thence east 142 feet; thence : L. and W. committee reported poles

.1-.c: Misses Lora Douglass and Ruby Philips site for their big pine mill at this W. T. Phillips and Mrs. Vandyke .I church will begin Friday night, north 70( feet; thence west 142 fet to which had been ordered were here -

: c of Shady Grove;. 'Those wh place, of which they propose to erect were visitors to Ocala last.week.' August 24. Everybody cordially invited point of begginning. and asked that clerk. be authorized to :' '

about will in '
in sixty days They put
: Mrs. Vandyke returned to ,her homeat to attend. Upon motion duly seconded and carried draw$ warrant to pay Mr. Wates for

_ _ _ _ _ _ a small miU to cut the timbers for Fruitland Park on Saturday after- Mr. Walker of Dunnellon came same was referred to board of same upon application of said com.i .-
the large one and also one hundred or the G. instructions, to take Immediate -
,'w p' shanties.. noon. home Sunday to relieve one health i mittee so ordered. -

: NATURE'SREMEDY 1ik Mr. Thompson general manager for There has been talk of a bachelor's & G. railroad men. action to abate the lluisance.1 Application blanks for lights submitted -

: club being formed here. We have One of the popular railroad men, On motion of Mr. ,Ford .. by Superintendent Dearborn
the Hart estate, was here lut week .
some good looking boys here. No .Mr. E. L. Anderson went south on mittee were authorized in making re- : at last meeting were adopted.
looking after his interests, as they
> 1'ladies will be allowed to attend as :Friday on business. ,pairs of the streets of the city to fill Council thereupon adjourned.H. .
have some valuable timber in this sec .
i tion. our chicken pilleau will be too rich Mr. Robert Thagard and Mr. Robert in with scrapings of the streets as C. SISTRUNK

; for them. Don't you knok what a time Thomas two of Reddick's pepular they see fit and proper.- Clerk City of Ocala.
M. L.-McQuaig, who has been in. the
Is coming. young men. came in our litttle town A communication from Fire ChiefA.
employ Wilson Cypress company -
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; ,' last Friday on business. J. Brigance. thanking council for
__ A .SHIPMENT: OF "MAGICSTOCK at P1 olata. returned last week to
Messrs. Devoe and Henry Younge: courtesies shown him in the past and
t -. AND POULTRY I send his children to school at this
: ,
of Iedd1Ck. were' here Sunday. tendering his resignation to- take effect ,
Correspondence Ocala ; I Miss Annie Mixson and uncle Mr. October 1st. 15K)6, was read and
::s :. PRODUCER AND BLOOD ,PU- Mrs, H. C, Martin who has been Dr. Bliteix and his charming daughter -
Ben Mixson. visited Mrs. Reynolds accepted.. Upon motion a vote of
RIFER, MAGIC POULTRY visiting her daughter of Jacksonville, left a few days ago for Asheville, : I who are gaining fl*.hand .
:. Monday.Mr. thanks was extended Mr. Brigance I strength by rgurI treatment
-: >, FOOD WILL MAKE YOUR returned home Saturday. with
N. CX. and from there they will ,go services'rendered.The I&sEm
4 Miles Best ,and wife, of Georgia -and for efficient I
: HENS LAY EGOS THAT WILL ,Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Simmons, of of interest to spend
: ,: to other places are guests of Mr. Best's father I ordinance of the Southern Bell
: : BRING 26c.'TODAV.. Citra. were visiting relatives her balance of the summer.
the .I".ould continue
and mother Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Telephone Company which was indefinitely treatlftant
-. SaCnrday and Sunday.Mr. 1)ere'wu bona to:Mr and Mrs. O. In hot weathePI em.att4tr do..
i.Best postponed at meeting? of and a lIttl cooZ milk WIth at Will
and Mrs. J.H. Carlton of Plant .Hathcock two baby girls Thursday do away With any oWsetlon
Miss Ruby Nettles and brother, council held' March 6, 1906 was con
Blackman'sMedicated whIch
also bare .s N
; City. visited bis lister Mrs. Martin, tatW PI'Oducta -
:. Sail irickgoo&. morning. Roy were at their aunt's Sunday, sidered. Mr. Whaley, of said ,.com- = 'h.. ......,.et. ,'

: -: 'for sheep last' week. Cotton_ is being gathered. In". this 'M!!. Jeanbgs. any, 'addressing .council, concerning sen3osefl4lNP&...., ., ;.
tonic cows -
T-; : hones, The different committees are busymaking'preparations SCOTT
a .
; vicinity 'la earnest although there )fr.- Don Mlxsoa was here Sunday. same. Oa motion was duly seconded "
r..s .
hogs and Pta. for our annual : -.oJ, : Nw 1'1 .
cent heavy rains have cut :the crop Mr.'yalap Thlgjpia has been oa, the and carried said ordinance was taken -? 1
: barbecue to be held the 24th test GOT* '
off considerably. sick list recently.Mr. up from table and referred to 'the
Brow&rd. has teen invited and i'-
rnor '
i o;.,:; STOCK LICK IT. Deputy U. S. Marshal R. R. Richards .. Connie Dodd. of Ocala. la at Judiciary committee.; -
has promised bo/tare on that day :
: a 'STOCK 'LIKE IT. of Cedar Keys arrested Peter Falrfield on business. The following bins which were RAMS 'LOST.-T ro largt) .hornless
;. and discus* the.drainage q estlon. .
.",', Page Friday last and took him to that Hiss nome Jeaningy has been real properly approved were ordered paid: i rams, one fresh sheared unmarked; :
: CENTS. The Ocala- Banner prints an eagrav place. where: he will be given a preliminary s! receatly-- ,Regular. T'run ot officers 1252.00; the ether ,sawed, marked:

ins .of a beautiful '.home, ,labeled."Whew aearins before TJ, S-Commissioner Mr.:Robet Murrell. ot Qcala visited regular pay roU et E. L Department sqnart In one ear. -Strayed ._ y'

-- the Editor Lives. Newspaper -]! Fred Cnbberly( for having' a his Mend Mr. Otto Loori& last'week. ,SU7.50; Ocala Wagon Works' '75c,;, from',Palmetto .Farm. Last sees oca

1QeK4ROY businea la south Florida to judge 'distillery .apparatus ia'!1J possession. : .Mr.: Otto .Lohrts:left for, Ocala' last H.'B. Masters. $iuj; d L Moore.- near'Close' packing house. and th

.. .. CLARK aQ&, Prof* from the ..picture is In a.decided-. The surveying crew of tta.'G: '&
\ ':Nutt .Mckei1 'Mscks't. ly :flourishing dit1on.-Punt& GOT are* running another_ line -.,A crowd'of Fairfleld'a popular young WestInghouse- Electric Co' ,.. ISO.OO" ; fl. iDfoimaU l1"leadiBg to'reco1'eIT. 2L C. '.
-...! '.' "_' 0" d*'.Herald. which ItUfceft up will ,brias,.the'road folk*._'coA&wjoei by Mra. GuS le M. Dearborn- ..; H. and' w; $" Chamblisa. I:-C-Oe&laFIa.. S1t.1l.w: ..
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.."OIlIU' ABOUT TOWN. HYMENIALHarrisonWatt. Miss Florence Walters Entertains for THE COURT HOUSE TANGLE. .

-- Miss Mattie Adams.On '
H. ROBINSON, Prt. V _.
MIS tARA ELIZABETH HARRIS.. Friday evening the dull monotony What the County Commissioners Did S. H. BLITCH. Mgr., J.C. BOOZER, Ait Mgr. _

gig. Local Editor. Mr., and Mrs. Henry Stevenson of the summer months was broken at the Special Session Saturday GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller.

.Watt of Griffin, Ga., have by a delightful party given by

TVV '. Mr., A. P. Munroe, ,of Fine, was in I announcing' the approaching' marriage 'Miss Florence Walters at her home on Matters of Disagreement Ad

the city Saturday.Mr. !of their daughter Ethel, to Rev Geo. South Third street 'for her cousin Dusted 'and Bulldlns Will The Strong Hold the

Hendree Harrison of Ocala. Miss Mattle Adams, of-Newberry S. Now be Rushed.

Harry Baxter, of Anthony,spent The wedding will take place at six C.., who has been her guest for a weekor ,

Saturday with Ocala friends. o'clock, on the evening of Tuesday, more. OFFICIAL) COMMERCIAL BANK

September the fourth, at,St. George's Invited. to meet Miss Adams wer Ocala August'IS, 1906. _
A. of Levon ,
Mr. W. Redding; was church! in' Griffin: and will be a beautiful the following young people: Misses The county commissioners met In

numbered among our Friday:shop "society ,event., A large reception Victoria' Raysor, Leafy Sylvester, Jes- special session on'this date. Present ocaLa\ FL0.(

will be'*given, from six to seven slltt Martin, Sara and Louise Harris, fl

pers.Mr. o'clock at, the home of the bride's Messrs. T.. H. Harris George Blitch, Hon. H. W. Long chairman; N. A. '
Munroe of Munroe Brothers & {
McDonald, of,Pine, represented his parents at number one hundred and. W. V. Wheeler, Allan Bridges, E. .B. Fort,. S. R Pyles, J. L. Edwards, C. Has Upon Public Confidence is' Evi-

five North Tenth street. Duncan, Will Howse, Howard and W. Turner 'Commissioners.After .

section la Ocala Friday. Mr. and Mrs.. Harrison will spend Harry Walters and Willie Wilson. discussion 'by Mr. Chamberlain denced by its 'Large and Increasing

the month of .September at Talullah Partners for the evening were cho .
Mrs. Charles Mathews has returned. Mr. MacKay, architect and
I Falls and other beautiful resorts in sen in a novel manner. Cards were Business t
borne from a visit to her son anddaufhterlnlaw Messrs. Lewmans. the
the mountains of Georgia, and after given to the young men containing the contractors

at Candler. the first of October will be at home'at hidden name of one of the young following resolution 'waS adopted:
1st Be it resolved that the valut
of New, the rectory on Ocklawaha avenue. ladies present. After deciphering these : --
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lylea. ; for tax collector's office be changed .
Mr. Harrison has been the rectorof names the partners took their placesat I
berry, hare gone home to Tennessee in that state toy Grace Episcopal church in .this city the various tables provided and in- from the position shown on the plans i

.a their future since last October coming here from I dulged in guessing contests. and placed in the angle formed by YOUR DINING ROOM

i Mrs. W. H. Lohrig returned home Griffln..He is exceedingly popular, not' But first, each man was required to the partition oMce'and wall the'between tax assessor'sVith tax collector's ? In

:)Saturday afternon from Pablo Beach, only with his parishioners, but with make a sketch of his partner, and ..

; w'ere.Ihe: spent a couple'.of weeks. everyone knowing him who and has his the bride pleasure will be of ludicrous.For some of .the results were exceedingly from corridor corridor to wall lax. change assessor's the office door Have you Everything you need.for it? ; _-=: I

Mr. and Mrs.. H. 'C. Packham left warmly 'welcomed to Ocala.DrakeBauknight. the men' was provided a "cake" to ations meet the requirements foundation of for above the alter.vaultto We have recently received some Fine Dining Room Furniture MB
contest and for the girls a "dressmak .
Philadelphia where
Friday! .for ; they go to the ground with opening left SUCH AS
ing" contest. Partners allowedto
of the
wilTlpead o '. sum The invitations are out to the mar r in basement for storage purposes the
assist each'other and the guessingwas
mer. .. riage of Mr. Edward Drake and Miss very spirited and enjoyable and same as opening in valut door. SIDEBOARDS CHINA CLOSET'STABLES

Alta of Archer their marriage 2nd Be it further resolved the
Bauk&Ight that
4' of Dunnnellon : '
Little M1H Sara Flenberg. some of the answers were very clever. .
was'la Ocala to occur .on the, thirtyfirst of stone work below the water table
-. Saturday. She The prizes were an exquisite little
August at the home of the bride. hall be bonded and where at pres- : BUFFETS and CHAIRS =
:was, returning m..rrom a visit to chafing dish apron for the girls and Ie
Mr. Drake Is a'brother of Mr. Frank I ent the bonds are not made with
;;relatives in Savannah.Mr. ., a silver tie clasp for'the men.
.I Drake;.of this'city, and for some time During the evening Ice cream and I joints, shall be blinded and channel It will be a pleasure to show them to you and give you prices

., Horace Whetstone,, formerly of he made his home here. After leaving Joints made to harmonize with the
h, cake was served by Miss Walters,who
'this city, is now connected with 'a Ocala':he went to Crystal River and was assisted by her siSter Miss Mar. balance of the work now bonded; that Kill FIIIITIIE( (UNIT.E.

large whoselase grocery house in lulls to. reside; but is now makinghis garet Walters. the stone work above the water table .
,: ,Birmingham. Ala. home, at. Brooksville. He is a Another feature of this pleasant not bonded, shall be taken down and C. SMITH. C. V. ROBERTS.DIRECTORS _

clever and accomplished young man bonded, these bonds do not ontem- I ,
test. A
party a memory great
.., Mr. Frank L.. ;Watson, the well known and has''many friends here, who are plate that the' vertical Joints shall be -
,. many articles were placed on the dining -
.turpentine! :operator :with headquartersat interested;in the news"of, his coming table and the guests were allowedto erplndicular above each other, but ." "' _, e ,, .,. _"_ ',

:Cltra was 'shaking hands with' his marriage-to one of the most popular walk rapidly around the table and that no bonds shall be staggered less .

OW,''friinde'Saturday.. 'young ladles at Archer. than six inches and both vertical and :
.'t, glance at the articles thereon and
.J'> '". horizontal joints shall be beaded. R. S. Hall Qecrg MaeEay J, & Christian : 111
n. 'Mr. ajfdjMn, I B Qricsi. oi Ly&ne were then required to go back> ,, into !
L\BardIck II friends 3rd It is futrehr resolved that in
Mr,0t : vlsltlnf the parlor and from memory write a: : H. A. Ford Z. 0. ChambUas"T.
in Ocala Saturday. Mr.Griggs .
waives:In:;MI ours, and will.ex- were shoopi&g fr and, law-abiding list of what they had seen, and it was' the future the stone as cruched and T. Munroe J. B. Brooks :-

$.Ne. pto New York before re- citizen,ail we as peaceful have In.the county and quite remarkable the number of articles broken shall be screened in bulk before ,
: 'home In the fall. used in concreting.4th .
., 1", ',<.., : he says the reports. 'going out from: remembered by some and the : Further resolved that the In addition to its excellent facilities this Bank
.- from the. countryare very few that others could recollect.In .
: \. r>.Se Adam. Ron and children return Ocala arrested that, citizens the slightest provocation -' every particular the party given changes above stated shall ,not entail has the advaetage of and
Falrfleld Situr for a competent, capable, good
cost to
\ e4;te::their home at by Miss Walters was exceedinglynovel any county .
town from trading -
is the a
't' dafafttr.t1I1t'. In,Ocala;to the. famlly point injuring off view and if the storiesare and her guests enjoyed, them. such construction.5th Board of Directors and a strong body of Stockholders.
et Mt;'J., L, Smoak.. selves Immensely. : Further resolved, that these B
merchants and officials
[-tt- not true ,
resolutions shall stand in lieu 'of and
? Cortey of this city, ought to correct them. ,Mr. .
if ABrtley as a substitution for resolutions adopt.ed
"l :of Leesburf, ,attended the Qriggs is correct, and we hope that Death of Mr. Joseph C. ,Pratt. 7 1906 to THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
; The announcement of the death of August inv regard contructlon ,
.' 'tunerat.the;1ate?Joseph H..C. Pratt these reports are exaggerated. We of building.
!; Mr. Joseph 'H. C. Pratt editor of the
I shall do what we can to make the OF OCALA
F at tbat placef Saturdayafternoon
6th: That a copy of these resolutions ,
Commercial will
Leesburg -cause
&. visits of .our "country cousins" (we
be furnished Messrs. Lewman
Mrs. Will." Edwards: who has. been use the phrase in no offensive! sense) sorrow throughout this state.
& Co. for ratification
pendtar;'the:past six-weeks'with re- pleasant comfortable and free from Mr. Pratt -was an able and dignified ...-. "
latiTeifat her;:old home In Alabama, molestation. journalist and made his impress distinctively (seal) H. W. LONG.

' d arched 'homi Saturday afternoon. felt among the news- Chairman Board of County CommissIoners

K, A, Marion County, Florida. Head of Fine Horses.
"- T .Attorney L. S.:Beck has Ju t.'re. !peper fraternity, of Florida His We agree to the above and hereby Fifty
: B. Sparkman/of Gaiter, who ceived a letter from Mr. W. 0. Wald. father was a journalist before him ,
: and achieved in confirm and, ratify said resolutions! ,
came'to. tbti county In 1871 was a formerly justice of the peace for thisdistrict pronounced succes

k pleasant{ visitor Saturday He;says the' He is on 'an English ranch the early days of the history W. T. Lewman' & Co., HARNESS HORSES., ... '
W. C: Lewman.
V 'forcer;;) '/o.1S'lection were nearly. all in 'Argentine Republic. He- has 900 of the state. The son by FANCY RIDING HORSES. .'.
Board thereupon adjourned. '
browned:out head 'of cattle,'600.head of sheep and was reared in a printing office and DRIVING HORSES '. n
L.- __. .. took to the profession as if by Intuition. S. T. SISTRUNK.
.4> .. j :. --- -- 100 head of,.horses and with the ex
s. Mr.;.'D, E..Mclver has'gone to Hick ception of a boy Is entirely alone. He succeeded his father as editor of Clerk. Lovers of Good Horse Flesh Should See These.

\ 'ory, N'-JC./to; visit his;family, who are with his new the Palatka Herald but afterwards
He is much pleased
1_ ALABAMA HOME COMING, 1 have just retired and will put on the market two carloads
/ap .din ",the summer there. Beforereturning''home home and believes that he will soon went to Leesburg, where he estab -:
.t' of HORSES some of which are well broken and suitable for
Commercial ,
lished the and his life any
:t : Mr. and Mrs. McIver' be able to,return to the United States. Alabama, like Kentucky, will havea Part of these horses be at the stable '
is of of Leesburg. purpose. may opposite
the history
1.1' part
:; will lilt New York. coin of a
of the
ah ample amount and all the
with home coming'week wan
", Mr Pratt attended the last meetingof the steam laundry, while any of them may be seen by calling on
the, realm. His friends are pelased derers from that state are expectedto -
residence and farm
at phone
*)lr W. S. Pike left Friday for Day the state press association which I me my

to hear of' his good fortune. return and renew' a temporary al A portion of these horses are unbroken and these I
.. tona.Beach to spend a couple 'of met In this city in May and was look- am
legiance. The week' set apart for this prepared to give special bargain These be at
prices. seen
.peeks. She will be joined there by Dunnel- ins remarkably well. He was sick may .
Mr George Obmmacht of occasion is October 15 to 20 inclusive stable near Ocala Wagon Works.
,. her son, Mr, Eugene Cox,' of East for the first only three days and when the grim my
: ion was in Ocala Friday and Birmingham wilt be the mecca
'A+lat}'Ga who will spend a short appeared he was yet in the
in several He is himself avery of the and daughters
time years. whence most sons
while with her. he prime of life and his untimely deathis J D McDUFFY Ocala Fla.
modest man, but a gentleman are expected to Visit. The state ,
I. the cause of universal regret.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. McKay of Tam. was with said that when Ohmmacht fair will be in progress and among
'( he He was a good and strong and fear- 'STRAYED-One big bay and one gray, ,medium size horses. Last seen
$ 'pa, announce the birth of a son, D. first went to Dunnellon peddled other attractions is an old fashioned
;: has less citizen and a man of Irreproachable going toward Kendrick. They are branded. Suitable reward for returnCOLLEGE
: IS., 2r., Mr. McKay Is editor of the peanuts and strawberries- .''He now tournament floral parade, horse show,
"" character and the Commercial ,I
: ':1'ami+i! Deily' Times and his friends a,'fine'brick'' block and upwards oftwentyfive grand ball, grand concert and other I r _.
under his directionwas one' of the .
dope the'Uttle will up"-to be .thousand dollars1 In bank. features.Mr. '
r one grow .
influential of the
most weekly newspapers
: as,.popular as his father. Incidentally he said that Dunnellon Is W. M. T. Christian of this city i- FLORIDA FEMALE ,
of the state.
Ffx ... one of the best trading points in has received the following pressing

;! 'Mrs John Brown and children, .ofBelltview. Florida. Strauss & Company Sell OutIt invitation: TALLAHASSEE, FLA. -

; who have recently returned has been known for some days Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 13, 1906 ,
'where Miss' I Hattle Hedge has opened a Dr. M. T W. Christian Ocala, Fix.,
to Florida from, California. that Mrs Thomas H. Keating, a wealthy IT POSSESSES IT EMBRACES
they made their home for ..evei'at7t&ra. millinery!;store In!M ama. Her, sister, gentleman from Palatka, was on a Dear Sir-There will be a great -
:with her At present the Ideal location. College of Lberal Arts. -.
in Ocala Miss' Laura, is home coming for Alabamians
spent a few days ; trade with Mesrs. Strauss & Company,
are guesta at the GulUer house, wek of October 15-20. There will bea Excellent equipment. School for Teachers.
the guest of Mrs. Brown's sister-ln- they of' this city, so it will not be a surprise -
street and Avenue C. I Standard curriculum. School of Music, vocal and ins
law,Urt'Sue.. Richardson, corner IQth to our readers when told that splendid celebration: of this eventin
1 t ': Miss Hodge is one of Florida's most this- we was consummated late Sat Birmingham during that week. Well selected faculty. strumental Including pipe organ V

ladies and we feel low rates Spacious gymnasium. new Instrument. -
"h"ht ft Langthe bustling'wagon enterprising young urday afternoon.- Railroads will give'very

,and harness dealers, yesterday unloaded sure that she will be successful in We understand that Mr. Keating and after the celebration in Birmingham Heated swimming pool. School of Industrial Arts, .Including

another car load of the popu this new undertaking. purchased the entire business and the visiting Alabamians may re Twenty-acre campus. Domestic Science. V and ._

.lar. Fern Hill wagons This firm is I will take immediate control. turn to their old homes for further High moral environment Art. '"

Certainly doing a' rousing business Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Slack of Mr. KeaUng owns large property enjoyment. You are extended a Admirable college spirit. School of. Expression!

":; .finds opening up several months ago. Waldo are:on a visit to Mrs. Slack's interests in Palatka and Daytona special invitation to come. It is our Steam heat, electric light r.- ',

and'It is on the increase;daily, father at Martin Before her marriage Beach, and, owns ths famous Keating Intention to put "the big pot in the Young ladles contemplating entering the College this FaU should
Mrs. Slack, was Miss Nora: little one". in honor of your coming.
pier and pavalion at the latter place write ;at once for dormitory room. Session begins Wednesday September -
', # -,. 'IIt. and Mrs. A. W....Allan, of'Weirs-, Knoblock,. of that place. After their He will be a' valuable acquisition to The state exposition will be in progress 26. and continues eight months. v .", -

,;; ', after spending several days in visit to'Martin they will go to Gainesville the busies Interests of this commu .during this week and it will give For catalogue and detailed information write to <. z ,

,ii'a.. returned home Friday 'afternoon to.make-their home in that city. nlty. I you an opportunity to see the marvelous -"

.: :| Mrs. Allan went down on the Mr. Clifford- Ayer, of McIntosh, and Mr. ,Strauss has been a resident: I. development of Alabama in the .A, A. MURPHREE. Pres

rt:tram and Mr, Allan drove through the f this county for fifteen years or more past, few years. .
.:" Mr.. Douglass .Hopkins, of Orange. JOSEPH B. BABB, '- ', """ ,
,. taking ca hisway; his sew Ocala and is' thoroughly Identified with the E. C. SmltkT" M C. V.' Roberts
Lake came" down to Saturday
wwboat which. was built. for him layT ; the business Interests and has taken an Secretary. \ .
:$ ;Wr..5.. L. Smeak, of this city, afternoon to spend Sunday active part In its political affairs, and SMITH & ROBERTS. '

::. L. city, Taylor of Tennessee,
I Governor Bob ,
-. ''. his friends throughout the countywill
::., r<8t Feinberg' has' purchased a 'Miss Elsa Schneider-went down to be 'glad to'learn that' he will,continue should be told of the contest of fiddlers Funeral Directors md Licensed Embalmers ':.

..- ch which'he.z.oW'.w making reg- Dunnelloa Saturday afternoon to visit his citizenship with us. which Into be one of the;special ,
s>; nlar trips 'on the'Wtthlacoochee*from her brother and sister-in-law,, Mr. and It is not known yet what line of features of the west Florida fair at LATEST. METHODS. BEST GOODS. WORK GUARANTEED, ..

; :;Ouotiellon to Port Inglls, and is carry Mrs. Carl Schneider business he 'will follow. >eFuniak Springs. The first prize Is Telegraph orders _receive prompt attention and embalming done anywfaer" *

'o bii"a11 the freight he'can handle..He: I. $ZO and the .second $10.; Should, the on snort notice.

:. irua aaexcursion* next I ,Sunday 'Gal&esviUe l> toe co&sratalate4on onhavingProt Mr. Theodore Carroll a, former famous fiddler accept, .the success of '

:terheretk;gulf.i wBicb\ ) |wilibejMtt ;. ;,Tom McBeath, at1 the Ocalain and one of 'the oldest travelllng the'DeFunlakhow would be decided '

B e&JoyaUa trip for tboie'dtilraa head,olI"its high icbwl.-;Lake City men on ,the road, spent Saturday from the- day of the:announcement'-'rSt OGlLl FURNITURE GOMP ANY

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5 ', OFFICERS THE:WH T"ifr. FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL' NOTES.Orlando .;- c ;' : r "

.. J sr
,, = ft/leanest
< .. -a" ,". JTtie ,
ti The Son has been How Tp\Destroy thefPest,, -Willlthe. is soon to take a vote upon 44

_', fish the state law 'Brown Fungus"" j% proposition to issue $12,000 worth of 4 Mad !

state .county and paving bonds. Chew $'. .Ikj

w terested in ,any From the letters and papers recently It is reported that Messrs. Klm-

,. work which is as received I have learned of the con brough Brothers, of Webster will N M

tinned, spread of the white fly (alley erect a 'guano factory at BushnelL ,

R "An Act to shodes, citric), and. .of the' consequent. -,Messrs..Abe Simson and D. B. Mills

Bidding 'For or: I.alarm and discouragement. I feel that are going to erect a ten ton Ice fac- If you could see howSCHNAPPS

Contract Which i I may do some good for the orange tory at Monticello. ,. is made ,

May Interested. industry ,by 'giving you- some, factsof : West.Palm, Beach has voted affirmatively and sniff the delightfully -

and Prescribing.. my experience for publication in for the ,issue; of $7,500; worthof aroma of

Same. your valuable paper. For the sake of bonds for sewerage and street .pav appetizing

: <4Be In Enacted by brevity this article will be somewhat the thoroughly
ing.An : 'X
the State; of 'didactic, but every statement here can electric light plant is to be installed cured,well ma-

"SectIon J. That easily be proven true by everyone who at "Winter Garden. which' it is _

ful for any will investigate. ;: Key West is contemplating puttingin turedtobaccoof t
fleer of this state One of the first places infested by complete sewerage'I!system and made would dis- cover the reasons ." '
elected'or white flies was Manafee county in and paving hlr streets with vetrified SCHNAPPSand ,
#- for the big difference between
incorporated town "Fair Oaks.. Grove. ,. lest:: than one mile brick. }

bid for or enter into; from my. n nerY..>' .: By. | closing my 'The Florida saw mill company at its imitators. Fare

Interested in,, a I grounds to ,the :passage, of persons in Paxton is erecting a cold storage plant SCHNAPPS clean! The Reynolds factories

\ ing of any public teams and thoroughly spraying every capable of holding fifteen tons of ice. as clean as the cleanest kitchen-the tobacco.

construction of or tree on which I could find a pupae or St. Augustine is going to put downa in manufacture is scarcely touched by human fsl

bridge, the erection a fly I- kept them from becoming mile of vetrified brick on San the leaf ; '

house or for the numerous,. for several. years.. Within Marco avenue and King street. hands-with special machinery to cleanse w R _

other public work three or four years the "Red Fungus"' Apalachicola is putting in 'a water and produce clean chewing tobacco. .

.Y officer was a party appeared, and gave, us hope but the works system and discussing the feasibility When such scrupulous care is taken with the choicest .r t k'

x "Section 2. Any fungus could not <:cope with .the flies of a sewerage system. selections of tobacco from America's 'finest Chewing tobacco .1..

the provisions of.... as it only: increased by spores. About districts can you wonder that SCHNAPPS is so
guilty of a time of citrus trees almost -
this planting Florida Orange Crop. and wholesomesodifferent
conviction shall be ceased here. Two or three years satisfying, so pure, so appetizing
The outlook for a good of oranges ? L '"
crop to be as good
f county jail not after this, while Prof. H. J. Webber! in Florida was never better, from chews that pretend =x r c" ;

_- fined not exceeding i was here on a visit tie: found some declared W. A. Beath, of Plant City Expert tests prove that this superior tobacco, requires,; .

= lars, or both by fine I of the Brown Fungus, and gave usmore Fla.. to a representatives of the New and takes a smaller amount of sweetening than any other "r .:.

T at the discretion of :; hope. The Red Fungusis: quite a York Packer.- Continuing he said kind-and has a wholesome, stimulating and satisfying

'? "Section 3., All .help, butit; cannot'increase as fast asthe that weather conditions had been just chewers. .-

} I laws in conflict flies..,But 'with.favorable- .., .conditions right for oranges and that there will effect on and under the tag spell 1jy
I the
this act are (heat and plenty of rain), theBrown Be sure the letters on tag.
be of the qual-
gathered a crop finest under the
"Section 4. This Fungus can' increase many ity of oranges since the big freeze S'C>h>np
fect from and after thousand times faster than the white eleven years, ago. "You know. everything direction of the same men who have managed it since

t governort"Approved' fly. ;. in Florida," said Mr. Beath, 1875-and who have made the chewing tobacco business :.

Mar On the 2nd of August, 1902, I carefully "dates from the big freeze."
life-study. .
_, We are informed looked all over my nursery trees The quantity that will be shipped, a of plugs that, took. lik Schnapps without -, 5 s
There plenty
are .
of the city council to find for shipment. some Fungus 5
will not be unusually large but he I 5- the satisfying! chewing qualities.
ute as not applying trees that had been ordered. I found predicts that the quality will be great. same

supplies, to the ; no good "ripe" fungus but did find Rains came at just the right time to I B. ". REYNOLDS'TOBACCO MANYlir

: We advise any from 400 to .1,000 live pupae on each iL Ce
... give the fruit a good start. In drouth ) sion4I1S ,
has been interested leaf One week later August 9th, I years the growth is stunted and the

'"' paid by the city: examined again' and on ten leaves dryness hardens the peel or effects

kind whatsoever there were only live pupae; sd in one the pulps and causes,the peel to burst.
'Yi nishing supplies to week' the Brown Fungus had destroy
; it tender
Again produces peel so Range of the Thermometer in Death -
as the matter has ed, more J than 99 per. ,.cent. of the pu- that the orange will not carry well Valley. '

by the ,supreme c pae. ; Mr. Beath believes that there shouldbe

t the case brought by Since both these fungi Became fair- a yield of from 2,500 to 3,000 boxes. w. H. Adams, a mineralogist. has
[just 'returned from a three weeks'stay
; the commissioners ly well scattered and we.have learned He considers the question of pack
in the Death Valley country
:which. what they could dQ for us. tree plantIng ing oranges a very important subject up
s 'roriimenced' where he has been doing some ex.
president of again.-Florida"-statis and believes that if the growers will
He this is the hottest
; been furnishing,;:, : tics gill show that this county has only 'give this more attention it will perimenting. says Bilious ? : 4
he has experienced in
ty was compelled raised and shipped more oranges per mean thousands upon 'thousands of '

f t furnish to he COUJ : capita than any other county; also dollars to them which is now lost in twenty yeah of desert mining.

cess of the .actual the acres of new groves here 'show irregular grading. Many growers The average daily temperature' for The only sure ,cure fov n
the three weeks at Ballarat has
.\ and supplies' that we have been planting as many have the idea that it is all right to past the constipation and Biliousness 1 r
been 130 Mr. Adams .
plain and any trees annually as other counties. put all kinds _of fruit in each package. says 25opses 'that 'is. pleasant natural
r average minimum or nightly temperature
In'any way When conditions are not favorableto; This is wrong, because when '
very has\been\ and.Saf is
104. On June 12 it was .
poration furnishing the development of the fungus the fruit is put in with the goodit
poor! -f
135 In the shade at and 116 at
:..t f J city, of any kind flies will increase and do damage usually means ruinous prices for noon 25

the law and is sometimes or sometimes they wili*al. all such packages. midnight. Thermometers marked 160
t prosecution. The most prevent: any crop,, but since the Everybody agrees that the past and over in the sun. PAJE1LLSAND'tONIC, '
Burros have dropped'on the trails
defined this law fungi got well spread, only once have vegetable season in Florida was the PELLETS _
frequently during the hot spell, and
the highest the flies reduced our crop about 25 ercent'anUtwo best they ever had. Everything '

Sun. \ i'5 'or' three. seasons:about. brought good prices. Fall vegetablessuch daylight traveling has been aban The Pills stir the lazy lives to F

} -' Taiir 10 per/cent/ ; but ''most seasons our as eggplant beans, sweet pota- ,doned.Frank Howard, driver .of the Bala- action the Tonic Pellets clean r

What 1s groves bear all they can on the fertilizing toes, cucumbers and tomatoes will '
rat stage, picked up a man at Sheppard's all impurities out, otthe body
and cultivation they get{ ,
Here la a dollar commence to move the latter part of
who naked and
; way to church* '.;Before. the- $i.-.appeared,th ,,eies September 4 who had been so long without water so that the liver and all thothei
seemed to weaken the trees so that
lents itself at
that his tongue was swollen so he organs,act properly.
S with the the common long and chaff scale multiplied
offering. Phosphate Shipments. could not talk. He 'was given orange 5
been all so rapidly that they. made the _' -
have you A comparative statement compiledby taken .
juke and to a nearby spring.He
trees looked ,? daii aged_them
\ lar but "Well s-F
/ Messrs. J. M. Lang & Co., 124 Bay recovered after two days of care. < /
t seriously; As soon as Profi; ; Webber"located" 5ss
t doing good for street east. Savannah, Ga.. for the Eight men have lost their lives on' the Griping _
"'', the Brown Fungus I plant
food for .
; bought edsmall years between 1900 and 1905 Inclusive desert within the past three weeks. -i ,
trees in cans and put them
ed to the
pay showing the total annual ship-
On the other hand there are terrible ; .
fun :
among the large trees having the
came. to town ments of American phosphate rockof j -'{
storms every afternoon on top just a natural and
gus. In a lew weeks the fungus was easy
: rancher got a all grades, indicates a steady increase of the Argus range and Panamint commonsense Treatment -, t
on my trees. Then I moved '
try on me. He each year over each pre- _
mountains from the hot which
them !tq and trees, .neve ,
\ cial fertilizer:with my nursery! .grove
Include both
ceeding Shipments i
desert wind 'meeting the cold breeze to curt ,
' so I got the fungi started by the time I
: anew taint of ,'-C
those for export and domestic trade, from the west. Four days ago there
the flies became so numerous, so my i .
,That man paid and consist of the following products: ,was a waterspout in Panamint canyon Special Offer. i .
trees were not seriously hurt by the
. and I
; got a Florida hard rock, Florida land peb-
scales. which flooded that locality. The Cut the"Little Doctor'. 5. S added to'me.. ble. Peace river phosphate; Tennessee .
.5 mountains are located about the and mail to us, with the
All groves'that get a start of the
kerosene with me ilaury county; Tennessee Hick- Death Vally region but the rain on name of your druggist and J\ f
fungi by the time the flies become
r breath with.a man county South Carolina land pebble their dod not to have mayhaveaWeek'sTreat-: .
seem any
. oil man bought thick, escape the severe visitation of ment of the Pills and Pellets '
phosphate; Coosaw' river phos the of the valley -
t effect on temperature with
s our
the scales. And yet the white fly is compliments.
with me, and I : phate .and Arkansas and North. Carolina below.-Los Angeles (CaL) Rec .
should be
a great plague and "kept
- = street sweeper. the aggregate shipments being ord. Ramon's Brownie CalendarFreeE
out as long as possible, In summertime -
me and that % 1,317,461 tons.for 1900 1,433,482 tons
with Weather Forecasts and
: information. Given with 4
they breed on, mane annual yfJ\U.
were at prayer and"ornamental for 1901. 1,591,306 tons for 1902 Money in an Ornament purchase cf fiamon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets. :.
weeds, rose bushes
. poker game, 1,614,944 tons for 1903 1,819,755 tons Pro-wrt Manufacturing
k; plants, so there is but ,little chance The Stewart. Fruit Company of Company.
times and the SU Loui. Mo.
: for 1904() and 2,101,820 tons for 1905. Green.vtll..T.naOcala j
r the morning but what ultimately they will be everywhere this place, handled by George West &
The average price of each product f.
south of 33 or 34 N. L. I Son, the Tragedy prunes obtained -t'
with me. The ,
r to the know it is possible to make a culture from a row of fr surrounded by House-
company advance. Wine
;-- a machinist who of the Brown., Fungus, that we can their-famous Lucerne vineyard at Roon>>J.1" J.

y. and bought fish spray ,on our trees in dry weather and Hartford. There was picked from
The Florida Peach the Best ,
The fish man get it actively to work; also fungus one row of .trees, 8463 twenty-five -

i' for mending his will yet'' be found that will kill the Wouldn't it surprise you li Florida pound crates which sold for a gross TRY OUR
':: '.
made herself well known within ,
*-'F cobbler paid me winged white fly., Professor Gossardwas as price of over $15,000 in eastern mar '
ten years for her peaches as. she is kets and net free-on-board cars at '
f-' repaired the working on culture problem
him. The plum when he left Lake City, and\ Now now celebrated for her oranges? Well, Hanford over 10000. Figuring out OLD ((1LLEGHANYPut
if you have seen some off the best she
of and
1; ful little book Professor Borger is looking after a thfe 'expenses packing selling : .
done this and knew
,' day present for fungus that; will attack, the fly and year some- these green prunes net the growers .
thing of the orchard bloom in
t:: and the boo destroy it as the Brown and Red Fun. this over: $80 per ton.

Atat r welcome?' gus destroy the pupae. Then we may state-you wouldbegin to ,sit up. Ex- This row of Tragedy prunes was

,;. :. dette. see the last of the white fly: At pres- judges from other .states have been set out.originally around the, Lucerne PURE RY7>

'l t.' ; How to but one verdict: "Equal to the best."
c enable us to produce profitable cropsof and judging from the returns

f r* Expose the oranges and' peaches. and no per- What we need is a peach that takes the present season, the .trees, provedto

..,. tips of your right son should be seriously discouraged.A kindly to the climate and then the be a very profitable, ornament. up 4 full Qts
rA 4' \ and caressingly, same skill in cultivation and packingnow
1 J. Pettigrew. of Manatee County, Between 3000 and 4000 crates of
_- sending a in Florida Agriculturalist. given the' orange. You may remember Suisun. Bartlett pears which are,con in :.

t. t- the corn. If it is __-_ -- 7-rw that in the old days of rough sidered by fruit men,. .to be the best > Fancy Cartoons

\:k 's'' brations per handling It was currently believed -
..: Baked Fish.. in the state, are. being shipped daily
hard corn,put on Have that ,the orange wouldn't stand shipmeat this who Delivered at
a large fish cut off thead., from Antioch by ,, company
peat slowly:: "I and draw the entrils out;1t must not and would prove a failure as a also handle the fruit from all the principal your

'r a tegrating, rend money 'crop.-St Petersburg Independent :
and be cut open. Take some stale breadcrumbs orchards of Suisun incduling Express Office :. :
season with onion parsley [what is known as ,the Hatch orchard '

3. tergrating., pepper and salt, and stuff ,.the fish now owned by IL D. Robbins.! Thisis

," L eying, splintering Put t e1; in a ,pan cover with The street corner socialist,, when the largest pear- orchard in the..: Fo S3'.20 :

. : -,. Ing. whittling dt.s : iumps'ot.bntterypicthui slices of bacon simmered' down wants the government state,Antioch (Cal) Ledger..
{. eliding pour a cup of water or a cup of water to dispossess the farmers of ,

: lug,, slicing. ,. and and a spoonmul..of. :vinegar, intthe pan, their: lands, the householders of their Teamsters Favor .Woman ,Suffrage. Regular J.pO) j
::.-v'- presently it will c :: a Whiskey wdte
and bake tin fish"is "done; serve with homes the manufacturers of their. The International Brotherhood of ;

it three time! ;' tomatoes or potatoes.Sea plants, the corporations of their holdInge Teamsters;, in session In Chicago,,has .Complete Price 'list z-
inflection A !
and turn them;into a general pot unanimously resolved that "We congratulate r .
avaunt!" Finish island cotton is up' another where all the loafer-and
:the :worker the women of Finland and S :' .
s< word,,"The iV \ cent. and, is, now quoted t.foi at 23. cents the provident, and the prodigal shall Australia upon recently securing national ;
The com will -at FloridaL BuiLt ; Ocala
fancy the share
| ; ware alike. That' size of the socialistic suffrage and pledge to; the House'WiheRoo'
surprised; and the, house hold. the ftaple;,amii it will go $
N propaganda worked out-California women.of:thV United ,State*our help .-,>'. { ,
.w t beautifully from to 30 'cents.-Lake"City Index.. ? Plafnde Ier. and sympathy In obtaining .suffrage -- ., ". 1:, :: :

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f' 'HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Miss ,Fannie Clark is. in Span, Broke His ,Leg in a Peculiar Manner. Fay Templeton.

where she, is, the guest of her sister, Early Sunday morning Mr. E. A. In its issue Friday the Palatka _-" .

,r MI.8S' SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. Mrs. Shelton Souter.Mr l says;
Campbell and family went ,down to
"', Local I Editor.. : The recent marriage of Fay
'Mrs. Claude of Gra- Lake Weir to spend the day. They .
and Nix:
pleton, the actres, who, by the JUST RECEIVE! I _
land transactions continue. hamviiie, spent Wednesday in Ocala. were driving the two big mules be- has indulged in more.Ulan.roe.
Before her Mrs.', Nix
; ; was longing to the Ocala Water Works number of trips tothe altar for one -
'Mr. Jake Cline wilt start for !Miss .Julia Tydings, of Anthony, and las
; I company,and Blackmon, one of the her much-marrying class, )
New Yorw on a purchasing .tour. she has many friends-in this city, who in some for Palatka.
i colored men, who works at the water advertising
'are always pleased to see her. A Line of Those
works was driving the team. "This has grown out of the Complete ,
Mr. John B. Floyd left Wednesdayfor
Georgia, where he will spend several Mr. W. R: Gray, of the Bently- They had just reached the lake per contention as to the age of SPLENDID 36-INCH_ TAFFETA ,
months; Gray Dry Goods Co., 'of Tampa, has when it was noticed that one of the lady. Fay Templeton was oorn in

been spending some 'time at Lake mules seemed to be sick. Blackmon latka. Her mother was Alice SILKS AT $J OO =. _

i r Mr. J, C. Pillans the well known Weir inspecting his splendid ,orange went to the mule and tried to keep Ness, and the Van Ness family __ .

merchant of Electra was calling on grove property there. He is much him on his feet but without sussess. the old Nicholas. hotel here before ALL COLORS .

our,wholesale merchants yesterdty. pleased with it and anticipates a He died in a short while, and In falling ,war between the states. The St. Also Other Special Values in 36-inch Silks. ,-
Blackmon's olas hotel was then. the little .
good crop this season. the mule fell on leg,
Fire Chief Brigance has again tendered breaking it pretty severely. Mr Camp- 'frame dwelling opposite the Better Grades.A I ;x

his resignation to take effect Mr. B. C. Webb, of the Kendrick bell brought the unfortunate man i Hotel Saratoga.

m: Sept I. The same has been accepted.Mr Lime Works, was a visitor to our back to town on the noon train and "Alice Van Ness married- John Handsome Line. -

city Wednesday and says that it is summoned a physician to mend the I pleton, an actor, and taking, up
,. E. M. Howard went down to -
impossible to fill orders for lime. That broken bones and he is now doing profession, adopted the stage name 3
Auburndale afternoon PERCALES TOILE DU NORDS
Wednesday to they have now and have had for sev- very well Alice Vane. They went away ,
look_after his fine ogange grove there. eral years past orders for months in here for a time and then
Zephyrs Seersuckers .
ad ai.ce. A Serious Accident at Bushnell. There is no authentic date ,
Mr.J. W. Ward, jr., wife and daughter

of Floral\City, were promintnt I The Green Cove Springs the oldest Sunday afternoon Dr. Hudnell, an the birth of Fay Tempieton old but it AND OTHER 6INGHAUS
at' the Ocala House Wednes. and respected citizen of Bush- generally stated by
E guests, newspaper in Clay county, has been nell aged to terrible accidentand that she was born here. Medium Colors. V Just Suited for the Season.
happened a
day. ,
sold to Charles M. Morgan by its editor x"p
Two of these have stated to
that fatal. Prices Attractive.
M. H. Pride. Mr. Morgan has one may prove .. '
News that in 1867 and 1868 FII-
Mrs. John R. Martin and children Dr. Hudnell went down to meet the
been working in the office of the
leave, in a few.days for Warm Springs, train to' post a letter. The train was peared with her parents on the
6 Ga. where they.will spend the rest of Springs for several years'and is quite just leaving as he arrived and he of old hart's hall, and that she
familiar with the business.
,the summer. newspaper, ran after it attempting to put his let appeared to be a shild of 6 or 7
; ':#- "This would make her
in the mail box. In so doing he age
Mr. Abe Brown is at home from a 1 1I ter
.Mrs. Will Dillaberry and baby have I about forty-five of forty-six
visit to his wife at Chattanooga, whois fell under the train in some way the .
returned to their home at St. Petersburg old to select
his foot and surely enough ,a
spending the summe; there with wheels pasing over
after a short visit ot Mrs. Di11a..berry's -
'Mrs. relatives. During his absence Mr. crushing it almost into a jelly. He wisely, or know better just as _
mother, Susan Pyles to take it."
Brown also visited Hot Springs Ark. was carried to Dade City and it was please
,Mrs. Pope, the matron of the MarIon ,- and other resorts and had a most necessary to amputate the injured' Have You Something You Wish Our Line Ladies* Shirt Waists Marked Down.

County Hospital, is at home from pleasant trip Mrs Brown 'will remain foot. Sell Going at Cost Now to Close Out Stock. Styles Good. ,

her- vacation, which 'she spent in ta j in lennessee for some time Dr. Hudnell displayed the most remarkable If so, send an advertisement to .

pleasant manner at Daytona Bea&'. longer. Mr. Jake Brown expects to courage during the opera- Thrice-a-Week World to be ,

leave shortly for New York on his tion. He sat up and quietly talkedto in the "Reader's Exchange" 0
Mr..James. M. Barco who bas been regular purchasing tour. the physician while he was cutting
The rate is cheap and the result
In Tampa for some time went from off his foot. .
t good. If have a farm for sale '
that city td Miami to attend the fu- Mr. J, J. Luff man, one of'the prominent you ; ; '
a patent, or a business to dispose
neral of his! son-in-law, Mr. S. L. Pat. and prosperous farmers of An- The Ocala Directory. -
or any of the 1,000 things that of Jacksonville, Fla.
person s thony, was transacting .business in Mr. L. J. Brumby yesterday in
be sold or exchanged at a profit,
Ocala Wednesday. He says that as speaking of the new Ocala city directory -
.J. who is the offer before the readers of
Mr. Carstens, now livingat
an evidence of the prosperous condi- in which, considerable work has Saw Mills, Engines and Boilers :;
Lake Weir, was a visitor ,to Ocala during few months, Thrice-a-Week World. Potable outfits
tion of his section is the erection of been done the past a Specialty .
Wednesday for the first time in sever- : words $1. Write for particulars
several neat and comfortable dwell stated that as the resiedences were
al months. He is charmed with the The World, New York. a
would be ; t1 Write for Catalog. Sold
ings; Mr. Luffman has quite a large .now numbered any directory S on Easy

., lake.. grape arbor ,but says that this has almost valueless and that he was now A pair of our White House : Terms Corner Ws** ysd JefferionSta.

.' .,- been an off year and that. the yield in' correspondence with different au- will make your feet glad. New THE MALSBY MACHINERY COfo =
Pure, strong, delicious Blue Ribbon has not been so large. thorities relative to the, most approved :- quarter styles' just in: for men
Lemon Yalilla women. The Fair.
and goes twice as farM and'up to date'methods in use and
-- .
would to
Mr. W. S. Priest, of Daisy was a at the proper time suggest -- -

i none<. ,Vanilla just as,and good., say it, plain. There's prominent day and made visitor this to office our city a pleasant yester the the council postoffice, after officials consultation some with plan m B B B B :E a: S: :ItItf1er m I :

business and social both
call. He said that that would be satisf2ctory'Ildeconomical.
,ki; ,Hal Eagleton., the well known .
the people of Fort in Certainly a system of renumbering
McCoy, antici-
; _, estate dealer of Tampa, is in
pation of 'Governor Broward's visit is badly needed.
ala m
: :::, again. He says that notwithratanding -
are making extensive
the; hot summer there is no preparationsto
Second Car of Shells. .
entertain will '
a big and be
let up to the building boom, in the '
disappointed if tbs governor is not As a mark of Ocala business enterprise -' '

-cigar city present with a big crowd there to hear and as an indication of what' m O 0 OUR GREAT m
Mrs. F W, Ditto went down to him. one bonse is doing to make the Brick:,

St. Petersburg yesterday afternoonto City a wholesale centre, '\\.care ,

spend a few days. She, will be Mr Tom Wishart, of Citra,'returned pleas 1 to note that the first f tire

Joined there by Mr. Ditto, who will Wednesday from Sutherland, where he carload of the famous shells made Jty l SALE 0 m.

gp from Miami to' Key West thence; i attended' .the funeral of his father, the Western Cartridge C mpany. ,.nor REM0VAL

to Tampa and, Sty Petersburg. ', the late Robt E. Wishart, who was bought by Lang Swartz Company', 1
killed last Sunday. He says that his has even to the surprise of the uuy- .

Miss Mattle Adams, of Newberry, father was killed instantly, eighteen ers been oversold and another entire;

t ,8. \iC, who has been on a ,vjslt to' buckshot passing directly through his car ordered. This second< car is now
Is the Talk of Four Counties! R'1
,her.cousins. Misses'Florence, and_ Margaret heart aind that..,his sister, who was on the way and is also the second full "
Walters In this city. left- Wednesday standing immediately behind her father carload of shells ever shipped to /

for her home. Miss Adams barely escaped being shot. When' Ocala.An 1 \ ."ta

has made many friends during her vis shot Mr. Wishart fell over in the arms
'' ia to Ocala. of his'daughter. Island Rising From the Sea. '1

A very' unusual phenomenon has occurred Besides the'immense line of Dry Goods we

Mr..J. B. Hunt, of.Inglls. was in the *ne Florida editors are hasteningto recently in the sudden appear-

city Wednesday. He says' that ground New York to be present at the ance of,an island in the.Pacific Ocean, m have been advertising to be sold during the Removal -
has been broken for the G. & G. rail- home coming of William Jennings about fifty miles off the coast of the

road, at Crystal River and the people Bryan. Among the edieors now in state of Washington. There is going have wtj3
the Dollar
Sale 50 Cents
of that section are anticipating big the metropolis are George W. Wilson, on constantly the elevation or subsidence Nj at on we "

t results therefrom. of the Times-Union, W.'R. Carter of of islands in the Pacific and I

I,. the Jacksonville Metropolis, Frank L. other oceans,, but this process is usu decided to throw on the market the stock of. mm

Mr. A. J. Albritton, the merchantof Mays of the Pensacola Journal, Louis ally very gradual. As a result of i

Daisy, represented his flourishing i W. Zim, of the St. Augustine Meteor earthquakes or volcanoes such phenomena 1 FALL GOODS which had been ordered before
W -
section in Ocala Wednesday Daisy and J. A. Hoolomon. of the Industrial have happened at long inter :

is a thrifty community. Onr two correspondents -, fRecord. It will be the biggest demon vals in some parts of the world as

keep our readers well stration ever given an American citi in the Pacific or Indian Ocean. In e we knew that we should be compelled to move. ei11

posted as to the doings there. : zen. It will eclipse the memorable the present instance the new island

Dr. Henry G, Spooner of Stanton welcome given to Gen. Grant after made its appearance first early in : These goods we intend to get rid of at mau4cm .
his tour of the world. Those who like June and is now 900 feet high. From V
on-Lake-Welr, was up Wednesday between to participate in tae "big and noisy" its 'summit clouds of steam rise andit I mm
i trains. Dr. Spooner says tiat> will be fully satisfied. is said to be surrounded by boiling m, : turerst prices rather than pay freight on them to
the summer at the lake has been
water Scientists gave not as yet explained
cost delightful. and it has been the I Lewis, Morrison, the veteran actor the phenomenon or given any some other point. The line consists of SILKS mm

Mecca for Ocala people this season : and author is 'dead. His death removes opinion as to whether it has any relation

more than ever from the stage one of the best to the esismic disturbances on BROADCLOTHS FLANNELS HENRIgJ;

A known,members'of the theatrical,pro the Pacific coast which found their ,
Dr. J..c. Boozer, of,the Commercial
"Mephistopocles" in
p yak, has two of the prettiest homebred "Faust" Mr Morrison made a world. pronounced:Louisville expression Courier at Journal.San Francisco m ETTAS Etc. You will overlook your own m

colts in the county. He' sold one wide reputation and his place will, be l' .

of them yesterday to Mr. J. D. String- hard to fill. Mr Morrison: and his Hundreds: in Florida Would be Willing .
of this op"portunity
fellow, ,of Gainesville one of the most company were regular winter visitors i to Make the Same Sacrifice. m interests if you don't take advantage
s'PTOrensITe and up to date'farmers oft .
to Florida. .
William Travers Jerome in,,a writ.
Alachna county The price paid for r to goods at virtually own price.
thl ten statement, announces that he is get your
animal we understand was Tariffs
: $750. seem to be worrying the
n.e' willing to be the m
Is an index finger pointing to the railroads and '
express companiees ,
I for'governor of New York if there ,
.- ,feet-' that it pars to raise fine stock- ,in much ,as the fear: of revision of the shall be no understanding other than
4&,, the :
tariff worries standpatters j are oath of office he
,he,shall obey ,the as
.c;> .r general public knows as ''little about it,
;-."....': '.: Mist Bhellie Souter, of S art, has railroad and express: tariffs as they understands

as. _her guest Miss Myra Mitelle, do :about 'the Dingiey ,tariff law 'excgpt It will be, noticed that all these BOSTONOriginators STORE v

'the.J'h"e. enjoyed 'a 'very delightful republican protective tariffs are plundering such scandals are republicans and of

! 1'fIk wtth.Mrs.:Kendrick.[ at Anthony them.: the beggars on ,horseback type. ,Pro-

,_ -, .Jte MUelie' was one of the honor pad- tectionlsm has fostered them to the t of Low Prices in Ocala

.froI Weslyn Female College Ohio capitalists have formed a company point of their own,undoing. Too.: much '

:.:' ijw Mc1 'won the gold medal to work'what is be : money has made them, mad. Reform

'lktatunUd la a very,'charming a rich:diamond mine ia Elliot county' me tariff and thus. take away the

M4 t GelQ11Ih' d'' dung tad,. She Ky ia what is undoubtedly the era- tariff ,.subsidy' to these, special-inter' oj

. :It... "a.i. ,college:Irleads. ; ter 4of' aa. extinct volcano. ,
..' : The rock ella.: and:,the" monopolists will' coqloff"

...,'.... ".JaiN."." r-.. C1'&dua te4 from' We* for!>a &is",ettid'to show iication' ,and,.the,piunderiag'of.the: ,people $ EEEB 3BE.E,2 : '

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THE. ..., .,-. From, "Aher Ii'--Garten---- 'Ban'Zeitun&r-< :' .;:'. be-.. One of the most-extraodinary official. 4 The .democratic V executive- 'committee The era of great prosperity started :..
people:are living .
many ?s?
., **s VV.r V 'is! Florida a few years back is
a in
,,V .< g '" countYhas held stiij
Mnviruke 1cansted from the public document .ever, promnlgatedby 'of- Manatee
.. HARRIS, Editor, WIg, yond*their'means seems settled by } on-indeed, increasing all the .
'Y' "** ; r sovereign A. Gra- Ume -
V the chief executive of a Hon. John
: P.. V.>Ltlvt good., 'Butinest' Manager,. German); the evidence gathered by the ,state meeting and gave throughout the state. One hears f; l
arance.Jn print '
state made its app it He read the
____ 4 : __ J! I;have 'read articles aboutdifferen bureau of labor statistics ,of Massachusetts -'few days ago signed by "N. B. Brow- fiam a hearing before new enterprises.. being established everywhere V 1
>"",) ', states in your papery hut up-to-date and published in the July ard. Governor" of the state of Florida charges made against him by capital being invested. V

about F or- Claude L'Engle ia the TallahasseeSun new manufacturing plants .:
failed Jo, utce.1nything : Labor Bulletin."It relates to non- ,
; the substanceof to them seriatim, reinforcing. farms fruit groves, vegetable fields
(J. It begins by rehersing, and replied
k ida. >*,. collectible indebtedness as found from jnstance of .how Florida is V fin
An ,
n .affi grOY
in speeches
statements made public sworn
I .Ms.! [ -.
because I could
-' .... I Just left, ,, Florida. v' I an. investigation! among ,Dealers in byN..B .Broward. 'ThIS; of Itself;'con;' vindication of t. both in wealth and population, is -
not make a living.there. V I traveled a groceries clothing, furniture and real I document issued davits, etc. and given in.the tax returns of Tftolk coua: g
demns it as ,a public
: 'g, > good deal all .over the state' which. <- estate in the city of Boston. We can i by the chief magistrate of.a stte, himself seems to have been complete.remarks ty for the present year Her total assessment .:'

I ..;".:' > ; cost me lots of moneys. I went to the only give the .summary figures, which because it relates to. matters purely After he had finished his for the year 1906 is,,in rouna :
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following_ places; St. Augustine, Palatka represent-matters as they stood something political and' personal, which should the committee passed unanimouslythe : numbers. 55.000.00a an increase of" '

Ocala and Gainesville.. over a year ago, and are exclusive -,have no place in an official communi following resolutions: $700,000' over the assessment ot 1M5, ,-=.

__ -. The: ground l' found was a 'pufwhite of debts that had become out.. :cation.It "Be it, Resolved: And one also hears of similar ia_'

.'- Mottot Th* .Banner. b TIeving.:thof sand and consequently of no lawed: gravely announces as a piece of "1st. That it is the uannimous sense creases in a county's wealth in many" V

at thtt top. well ibis ,to* '*take" care of earthly value Hardly anything was Number of dealers reporting, 1,183; news '(which the people to whom it is I of the committee that the Hon JohnA. sections of the state. Volusia q. .

'- 'th.mMlvt ,. tin taken its.stand In the planted. what people., do plant looks number of debtors reported 72,540; addressed have known for months), : Graham has been outrageously' ty is included In this remarkable, m.--

I. .barricades with the common people as if they only did it for pastime amount of debts $1,064,384; debt con that a news bureau has been established I slandered by "The Sun. the 'abovementioned 'crease, in taxable property. A few V '.

::. and its figMjwill'be. made: for.the bet Most of the products are Imported. tracted by wage-earning class, $704- to give information to the votersof newspaper and that the i years ago her total assesnent wu

torment 'of these. at the:bottom., such as oats, corn, wheat hay potatoes 433; trading class. $276,116; profes- Florida on the subject of the proposed specific charges therein made are $3,100,000. Now it exceeds $4,000,00 V .:

1Vi and vegetables. The biggest turnips sional class $49,993; moneyed class, amendment to the constitution false and without founda.t OIl. All Florida is enjoying a prosperity .

I found are about 1 to 11-2 inches $33,845. "2nd. That we, in our official capacity '.
V in her history had
V : FRIDAY ,AUGUST 24, 1906. creating a drainage board, and calls she has never terfore.
with .a few leaves. on them. The leaves "The trading class comprehends the literature emanating from that bureau I 'as representing the democracy .-DeLand Record. >

... are eaten as well The cattle
: A. K.: Taylor, the famous cartoonist the :whole year. If the people and the other groupings describe false voter I and with the purpose in The World Is Growing Better EveryDay "
is absolutely any
V has .severed' his connection with the were able they would build stables themselves. There may be much duplication who has received such literature can view of furthering. the interests of our I V !' '

Tallahassee ,Sun. for- them, but even their own housesare here-that is, one person party, do- hereby- declare that we find ] We have just read in the July issue :
readily testify.It
V V V -.. so bad; that: the wind blows in may be reported as indebted to the affirms that the governor (as an no cause to question the honor or of the Worcester Magazine, published"

: / Secretary Shaw appears to be a from all four sides. The houses are grocer and the furniture dealer, and individual) has "no more interest in integrity of the Hon. John A. Graham by the Worcester (Mass.) Board (A ".

presidential derelict .on the political from about three to four miles apart; so appear as two persons in the number of Joint Resolution No. and call upon all true and loyal Trade. an artidfe of great interest,
V the adoption
IV: V *sea-too much Cummins. themost of' them are vacated as'soon of debtors reported; but the conclusion 4 than has any other disinterestedbut democrats in the county to stand by the wonderful progress made in ourV;

; as the people spend all the money nevertheless seems to be warranted when and support the democratic. nominee country within the past fifty :years, :
; V There be no brass bands at the patriotic citizen; every
they brought along. The farmers themselves -t that no less than 10 per cent should know who is entitled to, and who we believe the shorter hours of labor the higher :-:.. V
Bryan reception, but/ wagon: person in Florida ,
: ..'.V -well. that's another r matter. are looking for work, they of the people of Boston are owing for that the chief purpose of urging the worthy of your support. wages paid to ,all classes, the better .'j V

,-'<..> : .,' V,' V claim to be better off to work for 50 such necessaries of living as cloth- of the amendment is to makea .rd. That while we honor as a man conditions in every respect for living "V
I! .... V adoption
., ,' V President Roosevelt having ajreal cents a day, thaC'to work on their ing and food which debts are held show of redeeming pledges and and citizen the Hon. A. J. Pettigrew. happily, the growth of all forms -ot :

V V, restful. summer, ,playing' at' .politics own 'farms. I plated nicely such as by the dealers as hopelessly noncol- promises made by the individual, N. the socialist candidate for representative humane society fof the relief of the .

:VV : with Cannon Pl tt, Odell and other potatoes, watermelons and sweet potatoes iectihle, for this was the only kind B. Broward when he was a private against the Hon. John A. Graham sufferings of the poor showing that J

: V -bor. everything seemed to grow of indebtedness' considered in the in citizen and a candidate.It and have only the warmest and kind working men now-a-days have more .

V V __, __ all right but we had rain for seven quiry." V declares that the defeat of the :liest feelings for .him, both in public of the comforts of life .than rich men ::.
V '
I:1:1 Henry Gassoway' Davis at the ad weeks, after this it> did'not rain a There is no reason to believe that amendment, "would entail upon the :and in private, we resent as an insultto had fifty years ago. We should Wglad

e V Tanced age of 83 is running' for con. single drop in three weeks and the sun the ,people of Boston are any more' rest of the people of Florida' burden the democracy of the Manatee to publish the whole article iti: !;

_ : V V gress. We hope that he will do more burnt everything up. Fruit won't extravagant than other cities and out of proportion to what they wouldbe county, and the democracy of the we had more space but we think ia '"

: : than run. V V grow either. Even an experiened doubtless similar conditions exist!I called upon -Vf pay in reclaimingthe state at large, the efforts of 'The Sun'to all the writer has written he
: : or the best German farmer:, everywhere.The induce the democratic voters of stronger evidence :
; at Atlantic City gardner, everglades tmt 'it does not define has given no '
V y A younglawyer who comes to Florida cannot ra?e question is*, what makes these that "burden" nor explain why this county to desert the principlesof of our general advance fahumanity. -
from drown
V .:. 'rescued a' young widow rescued enough for their living\. people contract debts they can not there should be any burden at all in their party and vote for the social- than the taws which have

V: '. ::: ing him, whereupon she promptly life. The land can be bought as low as pay? qur boasted prosperity must bea the event that the amendment is' defeated -ist candidate; and that we resent the 1 been enacted. the, bands of mercy ;'
troubles of single
the a "
1 ., from .$:!.50 an acre, but that 1 land contains myth, to at least 10 per cent of the ; and every intelligent readerof action of 'The Sun' in interfering with. tf hleh have been and are being established -::

in the many pine stumps, becatse the Florida people, for to be in debt that one cannot this remarkable proclamation well our local politics in this county in and the humane literature ,=:

V V : .There, is all the. difference shuns the work to is not prosperity, but disas urging the democratic voters to vote ,
born farmer pay knows that the "burden" .will come which has been and is being published V
:: world, in an organ and a newspaper 'I much than half of this the socialist Candidate, and ''de- : V
clear the land., ter. As more when the amendment is adopted, for for prevention. of cruelty to .::
: carries vith it dignity only
S ;:: ;V ,The newspaper Most of thepeoplesuffer from malaria. I indebtedness stands against the wage- I' board .noun e it as a traitor to party law animals. ::
and irresponsible
: profound respect; the organ. an
: V and contempt.llr Anybody who intends to settle earning3 class it implies that condi- is' given thereby unlimited and unlawful -i and principle." ,Less than forty years ago we est&}). =:

v' pity and profound V should first take a trip tions of labor compensation are Insufficient Commenting upon the resolutions
V in Florida power to tax the people for the I Ushed in our city this paper (Oar :

V V V :-' .r V ,. M.. J. Calhoun' who was specia there' to investigate it, as it is better to meet the bare necessities personal, gratification of 'a single individual -l and the charges made against Mr. Animals first of its kind io. V.: V

V ::-. ; commisioner to Venezuela for Presi- to risk only the money 'that thii trip of living. and of those who, under cover [Graham, the Bradentown Heraldmakes roe world millions of copies of which
Dun's Index figures show conclusively the following red hot com .
V ::V 'dent Roosevelt and. whose report I would cost.V V V of his official position are forcing him [ have been sent over our own country 1Dumb

: V V :" showed the general deviltry, of the I i I vouch for the thuth of above statements that the cost of living has, advanced into a hopeless contest for their own ments: and to some extent over the world. V

V .'. ::. '. asphalt trust, 'was in Washington a'' I found' the conditions of Flof. 4S per cent since 1897 when private ends. V V "It is indeed' unfortunate that a Saying nothing of the numerous other \

: V V short time ago evidently trying to dist ida just as I described them. the present trust fostering tariff law This proclamation purports to recitea newspaper can become so envenomedas publications which have been sent

,: .< cOy-ei' why 'his report on the asphalt Please publish this article lor- the was enacted; it is therefore fair to lot of "facts' about the litigation in to admit into its columns such a out by our Messrs. S. P. C. A. and oar |"

V V :trust has been surpressed. welfare of many a farmer. assume that wages have not kept pace which the drainage board attemptedto series of abusive falsehoods as The American Humane Education Society ?

V ;. with tae cost of living and that this Sun has printed from, week to week.
With regards, .
last legislature book
V be created by the think how we have giv n oue
V V Women start a club with an object WILLIAM RAHN." discrepancy accounts for many not I[There are graves charges made ,
V (Singen and the trustees of the I. I. Fund: ,I (Black Beauty) a circulation of more/-

V V. < in view, an ambition to attain. Men t being able to pay their bills.-In fact have involved the people of. the state which it: they were true would brand than three million copies of our own. T

V V t.' .have nothing in view beyond material Reply. .. wages have only increased 6'per with land owners who refused to be the author" las a disreputable. unworthy most European and three Asiatic languages .'

,V.: V V comforts.. Men's: clubs certainly The above letter .is so, ridiculousthat cent during the same period. imposed upon by illegal taxation and citizen1 because,, instead of bring !V It is a great advance which :.

do riot make.'good iUz nship. If wo it is scarcely taleulated. to do The task of the wage-earner, witha have declared ing them before the courts, he parades toward;
V at whose instance the courts has been made and is making
V manVbad thelfuffrage she would apprepreciate Florida much harm. family to support, under this republican unconstitutional them before the public in an
law -
: I the drainage : an era of peace on earth, not only
'V V .:: V it more than to sneak off to If the writer visited Ocala as he system that plunders: the but such matters belong to the election campaign, to gratify spite. to all human beings but .also to alfr..

clubs on election day.-Mrs. Russell says he did he saw a hard wood factory many for the benefit of the few is the courts rather than The charges, that are grave enough to Georgwfj:
proceedings in .creatures that we call dumb.- |
Sags V here which had .been here for a hard one. There is on all hands an attract attention are matters ot rec-
f. '. in an alleged public document, and T. Angel in Our Dumb Animals .
six or seven years sawing hickory, era of extravagance and he finds him- ord which when followed up are
k debated in a public
not be
:_ V The Sun publishes an interview with white, oak, live oak and. other hard, self unable to stem the current that hence proven absolutely false by the same Four hundred thousand barrels of.'|
____1V :"Senator-elect< Cone. of Columbia county .. wood trees dally. It is known that the demands of wife and children press.But is a. final paragraph disclosing record. cement have been ordered for V

_____ ,. who "doesn-'t want to be quoted, these trees do, not grow in pure white heap up. They see others living and the real purpose of the "procla "The meddling with the affairs of a Florida East Coast railway xtensioa

_: !. ':V V'b says'that "Lake Citr'has'onIr just I sand the soil of which is of'no earthly dressing in comfort and naturally mation" which grossly violates every county that is fully capable of taking tc Key West.. 1ttfj

begun'to ,fight on the university matter'and value. V long for similar: good cheer and en- care of her own is an Insignificant
and official propriety -
sense, of decency
' : : V that it isn't settled" : and that If Mr. Rahn Visited Ocala he saw joyment. They want to appear as imploring "every offense, compared with the gross .
: ." hen he goes up to the senate he out in all direc- by desperately
hard roads leading well dressed as their companions at falsehoods published.

. ; will give the state a story. that has tions and passing through heavily school and elsewhere, and the wage- citizen to contribute at least a two-of I "One charge to-wit: That 'all men SCALY [ECZEMA[
_____ V '* I I'i cent stamp whereby the governor
V -,'V'. never been made f public. wooded lands'with! a soil as black and earner strives to satisfy them. a sovereign state may be enabled to who buy tax certificates and get

alleuvial as in any other part of the But that constant daily drag of 48 deeds upon them are thieves and rob.
; .' We have read the proposed ...constitutional conduct a personal campaign pledges
f United States. for it is. a very poor per cent above the normal for every- bers.' This charge is one that brands
'amendments three times and and promises made by a then private
__ _- V ,', ..have finally concluded t6vote for at farmer who has not done'well in FlorIda thing he buys drags him down to individual in order to secure votes a very large number of. the most honorable i ALLOVER HOOf l

_-. xxix the past few years. either pinching economy or debt.: men in the state as thieves,
, least two of them, viz; Article through the adoption of .amendment
, V V We will refer only to one. Meanwhile the trusts and combines of and is the proof of a vicious and viI. .
V and .Artitle xxx. The salvation of the which will fix upon the people
V Mr. J. M. Meffert who is a fellow are greatly prospering under this 48 lainous mind, that would stoop to any- f
V V state'does not appear to depend upon Florida irrevocably and perpetuity, a Eruptions Appeared on Chest and
countryman of Mr. Rahn's came herea cent advance in prices, of which thing to sustain false
, _: V V the adoption ot the others; hence, if per grossly unfair and oppressive systemof charge. Face and Neck Were All Brokea! :
I few years ago as a mill hand and they monopolize the lion's share. But "But we see in It a low, cunningly
;. they are rejected, neither the- orange unlawful taxation, junlimited, as to
V V today Is one of the most prosperous the great mass of the people are only devised scheme to break up the demo- Out-Scales and Crusts Formed
will: suffer.- taxes to be levied and expended V
nor-the vegetable crops time. such
,, : V Ptrnta'Gorda Herald. farmers in the .state, owning, many making both ends meet and. yet. a by a legislature (the constitutional cratic party, by assailing its nominees -Iowa ,Lady Has Great Faith..;:

t i thousands; of acres of land and a bank republican congress has refusedVto; and only rightful taxing power) falsely and unjustly. And to prevent In Cuticura Remedies for Skin : .'

subscription account which would look big even in, even .discuss this plundering tariff such villianous schemes our courts
:W .at a happy thought ,that Jl but by an irresponsible board of officials Diseases
V "' Rockefeller Mor- Milwaukee.We V law that s the main cause of this 1n. will have to vigorously 'enforce the .
'V plan was. accountable for the use of the
V have for some time been run- equality of great prosperity of a'few against criminal libel and the
: : V ganvjiariman, Vanderbilt.Havemeyer, proceeds of such taxation to no earthly flaw
",:V : V 'andTail: thq rest of the big republican'sknowVaow ning, ,aii advertisement' In our paper and a fair living :.for others and grind. 'public will, have to set themselvesagainst ANOTHER .'

," : : V V .' .... just what Is expected of under th head-of "Laborers Wanted"and !ng ,poverty; for' thousands.; V ,V Thus power.far we have dignified.this most even looking. at any paper, V CURE BY CUTICURA ;

i" and will .) the price"Qffered one dollar and. that goes back for a' decade to trumpup
.. V them publicly ;: .learn la\er. friend ,undignified and absurd performance '
' V a half per .d i. So .what our No Man Wanted Past Forty j 'false charges of'which the
V ,
fund collector \
: when/ the campaign discussion <.
; of Governor Broward with serious "I: had an eruption appear on. tsf
Mr, Rahn says about looking for In our Dumb Animals Mr, Angell i took cognizance when they were upwards :V
:? comes around, how b1&a. check.1s. expeieL of its contents; but it is impossible chest and body and extend ,
V S V There 1$ mofe than" one way work and _would be- glad to' get fifty makes this, vigorous' protest against to treat this last and most re- fresh. Such stuff should be excluded. and downwards, so that my neck aw, ,;,' V

.K of ling the people.. cents per: day is manufactured out of a "dead line in the.. Ministry.. ..".,['" from the mails: face were all broken out; also my arms ..
If the .
seriously. governor
, V diculous feature andtheIowerjjnijasfarasthekneeJatfirstthoughtjtrrjJdyJie3t.
.'_ StV V f X' t.: VVV. Vt__ -T .l ; .whole. !.. loth.. ,. '': :.. ." V V ; _V, V .''f We. In our morning paper, rpf not in such a deadly and :I :
was :
: V:.5 V V VV V .!1lhktlanta they are making war on The statistics will show that Flor- June 9, an application by a cburehto Broward Must Stand to One Side. But soon scales or crusts formed where ,
earnnest it. possiblybe '
:>0 desperate might
; V .:- V .V the.street... "masher'VthQ .fellow- .who I da)s. ,as1 prosperous as_any state in a .pator. ; acocmpanied by the stale.. i in Oplnons may differ as to Gov. War- the breaking out was. Instead of gofcg : .
" I > surmised that h had, a weak
._ I V V V mak, ,s f"goo-goo eyesV This "O1uses the .he,jfnion and her'farmers are,growing ment that no rnah is wanted past..,'40. $ field's ability asa statesman, but no to a physician 1; purchased a complete; .'. :
< moment yielded to a sense of humor ia .;:. 2
) t Remedies
t' ,
treatment ,
of the Cuticura .
one will deny we opine that in .
1, Crlano Reporter-Star: remark .that rich. : How ,many eminent physicians .orawjers (physical '
. ; W".A. V
V all
sort of and ;- :
I had
V I and admitted to perpetrate a which great faith,
{>: V V ':1hereare others. T&jeacel; a feVineveryown V if rthe,editor 'ofj.the/,4cher & Garten! l *can .to.find that areiot be sense he .is an almost Ideal governor .' satisfactory. A or two later the ,
V ..: joke or hoaL However may year .
, V, : whom the ladles dread as Bau Zeitung will send a representa. past forty. t of Maryland. There is some- eruption appeared again, only & Uttto

;.\: ".they4o "yellow! dogs> and.--upon;;whom liveV .Ocala: and 'does not 'fijuT the": 'How"many" .great statesmentheBismarky he has admirably succeeded in .arousing thing kingly in the very set of his lower; but before it Had time to spread ., ','

,,' : tbeije.*, > ought" to be a tax J 'and'ax muzzle.* '? on'd'utons the:"reverse in"'every 'par' 4nd '(Gla'cTstones? 5 t, a sense of humor in the public shoulders and a certain calm proper. I procured another supply of the cut 1194
, V V 1t V mind and there:.will'be. few to deny curs Remedies and continued their
." __ __ V :. V Butwha,> about the' female-". who ticular to what.Mr, Rahn says the cit. .V Suppose' ; D"L. Moody: has retired..... that in thus "passing around the hat". pus dignity in the cut of his goatee. until the cure was complete. It a no* :. i

''.. .-trounces' ., out to 'thevsoda. : &uiitaInV zeris of this city' will pay the expenses at- 40 "or.4 Rev.Dr. Sforrs of Brooklyn he has. made himself He looks lige" a man who is well fed five years sinc the last attackhavenotseenanysignsofareturD.,, sod. V i
V for I
V abont| EUndown and lal8. for of his trip. or hundreds of the most eminent postage stamps satisfied and sure of himself. A coun'try : :

:5 ; V .t1 e unsophisticated; 1 ; ; kno* \
True Democrat. not
Cuticura do
i -1" state. Tallahassee Resolvent
l: ;,:V : for'ice cream?-Lake City Index Quit the'Party. I How many abler divines can ? 1911 could not produce such a being.- The-- how much OintwentfIalepthemVwthinepIObY .
of the :
V < Soap or
: : Hon. John, P., Wall of Putnam Cardinal ,Gibbons,' of I fact of his existence "
. 'V VV V 1 find today thai I presupposes a
-.. _V ,V' <'. V -' "' .. '. S '. ,- county;,who jha*'.represented.his-"cooa i Baltimore, who is now past i .}and! I The State Suffered a Disapointment genial climate a fertile soil beautiful ..' one half dozen of each. :

V VIV 1 }ii for L'Engle is! inviting a dueL ty in Ihe legislature "till the memory 1 Archlbishop Williams of Boston,:; yhqs : SL M. Russ one'o the most accomplished scenery.. good cofcs exalted sent ."I decided to give the Cuticur Ess :;

___ V After jury of. his peerahaveeuon. ol man th..not..tG..tha..contary. VnowVVpaSt 80?* i editorial writers in the south, m nts. a kindly philosophy of life and eWes a trial after I had seen the resulM a* ->""
{' i and oJ fooled the press, gang last week; II of their treatment of eczema oat 0
V orated who gained sobriquet
him persists in calling Mr. and
he Our own life work. for dumbyan a sturdy honest ancestry. In .all] infant belonging to one'of our sss&f.bora.

___ ': V J h Graham "a forger, a U rloa "watchdog of the treasury" has quitthmorItic mals and humane education did; notfJVT was stated that he would temporarily Rusla, there is 'ho such man. H The parent took the child to .

V f confidence man V and & *- ;:.qf' : .. part 1:',. 4." .f-" begins***, until*?-%* pastM40***"*& -previousr-td* have editorial management of the could; ,be nQ more .positively a. Mary nearest ph but his treatment oaUTOMier -:

V V5 V5 ; VI candidate thelari.mary \\ i V"5* i"-f =**% Tampa Tribune. The whole. push no good;, &.iedtheCut1ctai
tIs **r s.?1? *-- *j-i *- rvvt .. Reznedie With
V 'V pistol!I on the side. W 1i!: l for sap!senator; fcMoppWentttai =which naaenable4** us to dot It."..' were felicitating themselves on: the were, tattooed upon thn.: When +1.av and. : usirg Cutieurs gSS-Beoiea .".

V '. .sttyfjr' a mortal ,ooffl --v. r Mr.p? &. Crilfg. Mr \ 2JJD it opportunity of' again enjoying the Last week we went oufc Ohio the .i her.Wf./face uttaa was terribly.disfigure: *
V ** ? V ? *" **-* -11 .
i of development l lUicsLir t Wall wartiefeated and thereupon ra? &t *- Ut&twants scintillations from' his I pen and Incidentally with was entire11for cureo*
_: ,V V'V ,. ticla stage, What sort of church is .. governor's 'distinguished{ appearance sores, but she
:V. : lo1rttie dead quiet' The drainagq nindfuj o| ,the)honors heaped upon 40-Church Hei .. 'were 'saying5 some- might and courtly I saw the same'child at the sgethe '. '
.c manners
__ .. V no man past ... made a great !
V._ _; VV ''15 'em is not worth the powder theeqTcUeQent dm front the party in the 'past he er.-" nice things about -the man 'behind the bit, :.and .there: were who five: yeais,nd her mother out- since T. A 'm-yJ
.many proposed eczemA,had brokea 'V
V V -V::i''; ? and the 'effort, We hope jumped the party fence and took to pen 'whea* the announcement 'came : to nominateIzr for'exaltedoffice have more faith never in Cuticura Be i.; 4ll

; '. :. twobeilgerenti will the woods Wewant it understand that we MjI that" other arrangements 'wouId''pr' V than"anyiMW l*
V : V }tendS of the, V .on. e-.spotcrBaitlmQre: for akin diseases f' {1
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Courier the excitement
)" .in recently.
reversed.?, ""
shown by some uptown New Yorkers
in' the Philistine'Sr -
Hubbard':says HAfiANiKSDCOATUNU
:} Elbert .
l '' ,when they, learned that an.,apartment
: August. \ i '; "i *. ; ; ,.' --
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j thought
exact we should house, in the.. street, .that : a
wanted > '"
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t-.L .: : J at fare In< good deao., itself- had- .*- been- 'sold. .--, tp.? I
,,: "Like: :'prodaces.! *
(" J. c.L and was to be occupied by negroes.

,tervals.** resemble their ,-e News and Courier,, wants to: Red Rock Ale
rarely Ginger
!! 'Children very --1 jii

':, parents, and when they do 'we' regard know whYwe, '. object to neighbors like __ _

J -jt'so remarkable ,that we. point them these, 'and declares: we< oughtt;instead, Flili ii stands out among all other drinks as anexceptionally J j -
; to be filled :with rejoicing.
remarks. ,
make _
out and '
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e. Napoleon's son, Ironically '.called "The purchase; It says, "of desirable IIT\tlIl pure high-class article. Ii
fIt .
property- in tae choice residence
in the
,<,t L'Alglon stood same has the active endorsement of the most ethical medical
his parent that a cuckoo does to sections of New York City is''one of ___ ,

4.-jr :" eagle. The genius of 'Napoleon' the best indications we have notedof 4 men, and is widely prescribed as a home drink for all I1Jjii f

"". ., the opportunities awaiting the negro from the various forms of
; : an acquirement He was a transplanted people suffering indigestion. 7a.

: weed that found the right in th nort. 1. Instead of being _
LooK for Red RocK Crown Stopper on Bottles W4
soiL, distressed, by this evidence''of' .. negro

Horses and catUe tha reproduce thrift, the. lovers of the race and the _. 6 ,ON SALE ALL 0Hj*
", ... themselves with. any degree of accuracy philosophers of the press should feel ___

: are those which have been cared greatly encourage After a few years jjiF
for 'under almost identical conditions in New York the negroes will have 1' tZ

for,twelve or more g nerat1on. prospered so greatly that they will be 4 1 ,

'most resemble parents able to establish numerous residences
:Children, Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida. :
when.they live and work together and along the riverside drive. and every : -

thus come under the same environment elegant home,. acquired by the negroes 1

+ Not once in a tnousand times the northern cities will be encouragement -
will' a1 rich ,or successful man surround i for larger additions to their
't his .son with environments and conditions colored population." ,
Looking well Into the future Joseph I 'SHOES
& similar to those In which he And the News' and Courier would I Lives Lost Two to Three Thousand. : :
,Ramsey jr., has planned a stupendous -
j evolved; rather will he shIeld: his speed the day! We needn't worry a Financial Damage Two Hundred .

children from the experiences that bit it says, about the fields in the II railroad enterprise which will and Fifty' Million Dollars-

: have been his and they, are strangers south left untilled because the negro take Its place among' the achiev- Great SufferingScarcityof

and aliens ,forever intent, on dissa-! has .gone north; the fields will some- ments of this present decade. Food-Martial Law We can Save You Money On
his fortune and throwing thefamily how get cultivated. Nor need we be
; paung With the overwhelming faith in the In Force. .
,. anxious less the find himself unable
shadow. negro
under a" '
; Humanity is constantly breeding to adapt himself to the rigore of continued prosperity and growth of Special to the Ocala--Banner: Shoes for the Entire Family. :

for scrubs-and that the,present plan the northern climate, he is doing it the United States he went abroad ,(New York, August 2D.-As details -'

-- succeeds there is no doubt successfully more and more every and succeeded in interesting foreign come rapidly in the full horror and .

; Like does not produce like.. year, and this purchase of an ex 'bankers in his scheme to the extent extent of the great Chiliean earthquake Call on Us. -

:; Take apple seeds from "Greenings," ,pensive house on a good street is an of more than 250000000. He pro- ,
and heart-
.4'P ppin., "Russet," or' that finest of' evidence that the black brother can poses to build another trunk line railroad : become more ii

'! all apples the "Northern Spy" and get along in' this part of the country. between New York and Chicago, rending.In .

what "do we get? "There are enough of him to, go by way of Pittsburg. The' new system loss of life and property this W. J Chambers Shoe Company

HI tell you: you get crabapples; around" says the News and Courier, which will be a rival of the New York late disaster seems to exceed that of *

little; nasty,; gnarled, bitter, tasteless, reassuringly, "with many to spare and Central and Pennsylvania lines, will San Francisco while towns in the

quarrelsome, quibbling crabs. That's the, more numerous and steady his have a decided advantage over its "sphere of influence" suffering even ,

I what you ,get' emigration northward the more certain competitors since the route decidedon more severely than corresponding '
The "Northern Spy is the genius the relief fcf negro. congestion in is SOS miles against 913 on the California cities.. The first, direct McMillan Bros. .

among apples, but from the seed of tie south. Pennsylvania and 980 on the New news received today from Valparaiso: '

: the.'"Northern Spy" it is a million to i Few southern; papers talk in this York Central. This line is to be double At 7:30 o'clock last Thursday evening I '

} 'one will never raise a 'Northrri strain and agents in search of negro tracked and the motive power will Valparaiso experienced an earthquake !. Southern Copper Works :

Spy"Apple's laborers sometimes have experiences -be electricity operating huge electric of great severity, and during

breed back, so do potatoes. little indicative of the congestion locomotives.
that night two shocks were felt. Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
seed and get mentioned. AS a hit at our in Inpjoj'iess
_; ..Raise potatoes from you Like the wonderful undertaking Most of the buildings of the city

; small potatoes, the size of gooseberries consistencies bowever..the article has in this state, the buildingof were ruined .or damaged. The' loss .and General Metal Worker

-a few in a hill. tts. merits, and others than the man I the Florida East Coast railway of wilt be enormous. Probably, reaching ,

;'''. 'Hence we rai e potatoes frori the who wrote tKem can enjoy themnottoo [an extension to Key West this enterprise r.oO.000,000.- .
/ .
-, .tubers:: hilariously, of course but with a announced by Mr. Ramsey ,I Two thousand persons killed is considered Old Stills taken exchange for new ones. Patching :1

1 And the really good oranges raised gentle' smile beautifully covering a gives evidence of a great power of to be a fair 'estimate of 'the through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

": in: California go back to a single tree. firm ,determination to hit back againat I' Initiative and strong faith in the fu i casualties.. 'wire will receive prompt attention at either of the ; I

:$. \. r nge' trees raised from seed 'pro- the first opportunity-New YorlI I, ture. The use of electric locomotives '( Vina del Mar, three miles from Valparaiso following works -

.ucefru1t. that pucker your: mouth Times. shows that the age of electricity has and having a population of \ ,- -

'.".., like persimmons and are about .as val KEY WEST. really dawned.-St Augustine Record.TO over 10,000; Quirihue, 225 miles to FAYETTENLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, 6A "

: liable as the osage orange. _ I the southward, with a population of
In tour school days when one boy I Now."to change the subject. let me 6,500; Quillota 25 miles to the northwest .
__ -
ad'an apple,, there were often requests Taliaferro has with a population of 10,000 and -_ :=0--
say something of Key West. And Senator J. P. appointed ,1
for the core. And the answer '- ----- --.-- -
." first as to the name "Key West. Dell Canova, of Palatka to filla villages all around were destroyed. 1 --J-- -a

was_ "There hain't no core. is it ''socalled? The word "key"in vacancy at the United States Naval Most of the damage was don by fire '

,t:F ...::.J. 'My'old. friend, Luther Burbank, has Why this name is derived from the. Academy. It is the intention of the which started immediately after' the We Never Disappoint Our PaMs

:. .wade this a literal fact and seedless snock. The whole population is
six first
: leave in about .
Spanish .word "cayo. which means asmall young man to lc4! ft Fas! .....
':: Dapples are only a few years aheadof sleeping in the hills the parks or the I We Fulfill Etiry ProMise and Mmr .
rocky island. The word "west, weeks for Annapolis to enter a preparatory UfC Stoiatu without th* taif orboartoaadIIC 4e.4apain =
us.; Luther has also tacked on from another Spanish word school and take a special streets. I CURE or detention from taataaati CaaUffoiu Blood ,- -
the.promological church door ,his the comes, : Milk costs CUM m.T.r to ntara, withoat nartuT or ..... iitxtM*; LAM atTlffor IIaaIIr
which means either stone or bone, course before standing the exam- Food is very scarce. Positively car.4| ao sttmolaot bat parxaMi...
spineles cactus '' Co.U tattinuoa: orsasis4. iar '
sis'concerning :a and it Is
hueso." So that Key West in Spanishis nations for the ecademy.It two Chilean dollars a liter IIaviottx&.s&sotOaorgts for ti. tmtmest sdursoZa -
.c which will supply indefinite amount obtain meat I P Jr. L-Kt a Sfc > .
Island the fourth almost imposible to, j erYOUUCClrOB104IHaNI. r. > '
stated that new
caelld "Cayo Hueso or is WI maUwctoa.II the c1ef ooniU4ej,,",AM..a.. ....
of food for' man and beast and make Bone or Bone Island. The tradition class .of the academy will be 'the 'even at,high prices. The,railroads are ,, 1 /a uta ot Malawi *Jalc:1J.u: n*t.,nou.i 4ilfUII. --
'the desert laugh a harvest when but that when the Spanish came to ,smallest at the Institution since 1903. all destroyed. Rain, which began to ,i M4; w.IM t.fc matiotl ud elwtricalOwcace *-1nM. f -

slightly ,titillated by the ,plow.fir it says they found-a large quantity of bones I There have been 190 successful nominees fall immediately after the first shock lea.I-ny.yloles m sIp
When Webster Was'Wrong. -whether human or lower animals sworn, and a few more who areawaiting stopped an hour afterwards.The ooatrtnoaae aoderQ la ar bon"tt'ry rMpeei,me41oa1 and w'proftlslec.tmyu/r on :
; re-examination will nights are yery cold. and windy tnload lAd cfid 9t attendant*,nraUilr uU<.4 Iftod-.a
It is easyfor even agood man to deponent sayeth not-hence they 'physical 111.Ucuu4 plaJlicrau HtDt in eus.
-v Bone Is total of the class to about and the people sleeping in the open W, employ 09 !iedi1g MCV ''tStDtI
.1* mistaken called it "Cayo Hueso" or bring the eatrook, (,-aoO.O.IX'i or naaikai los ltiar w..{.wBt osi
; much for the name. It lies .200. members. There are 100 vacancies a?e suffering greatly. b'bti IaItUUoD. Ou tertu for trutmrei. So .
Daniel, Webster was a good man. land. which to 110 A)per ttanOu(madldnes ineftdaia&ea ).nilVf 11"tb.-
: Yet Dantel'was positive that a steam 250 miles from Tampa, 165 miles I to go over for the next year. The captain of, a steamship of .a eara within ipeei c4 UXM.

'railroad could never be made to work. from Miami and 90 miles from Havana .tfle places are to be filled in antici- has arrived from San Francisco says NYEESflfFEPth9, CHEOJI DISEASES BladMf D .... &; Jl :: I

I the Gulf of Mexico of the examinations to be held in that the situation here is worse than RHLeD&ci rack u Kidney .and .
He was/quite willing to concede right out into tion Baptoro, flydrocele, Draiu. Lcue tBdaIHuawi R
: with the that following the disaster at San 1\1\ f uom aad maUcoaat tfn W. &tnh
..that a locomotive could be made to .;: It is, about 90 miles from Tor- April of 1907. These places I'- UXJ1LCUD NOM, nzea. Bea4 and Lu.... iIeueI Gt Zy ana r... .

skate along at a pretty: good clip tugas. It is said to be 60 miles from vacancies created by the graduationnext Francisco. N. K. KING M. ft Chromo DUeiiircea Dl*.M.e of and Wnnataral oawa wesks.s.W Ilea." Mch ot wpum.WpisiGit 1;
via cwTI PYlCtA&
the mainland and June furnish an,opportunity to A dispatch from the same city USOo4&lftrud1arJOUOOu4J* an dck aCtetai Oa reraa l WI
string of running the nearest point on ,
while attached to a : cars rite Mud Uuraton,InclttJax innptom Uaaki for borne treaucaaL
'on. iron or wooden rails. contains about 2,000 acres of coral appoint something like 400 midshipmen Galveston says: CONSULTA.TIOH you nr XXAMIMAT1O.V AND ADVICEYR .& ,

stand at ,any during the next year.-Jacksonville Via Galveston-Proportionately the .7wIetsgt.trci ? Hanta 6a. '
: But having admitted this much, he formation. You may DR.IIIG MEDICALCOSI .
is considered greater
when the viewis catastrophe here "i' _
'arose to call 'attention to an insurmountable point on any street -
: that that which befell San Francis ______
and water at -
obstacle to the further c-1 not obstructed, see : -
Will Dig the Canal.At and neighboring'townsare --
Yet it contains I co.
said thetrain end of the.street.
He either 1
of the undertaking. '
cess the city '
.. : the regular meeting of wrecked and partially burned and
could 1 '25,000 people-mostly natives -
under way >e : over
once ; their council last Monday night Roland in all the towns of the Aconagua valley -
keep right, ,ongoing of tIeBahama, Islands and
it would
:pped-that Its Woodward, of Jacksonville presentedthe conditions are similar. In the Southern R-ailvay
and negroes.
into descendants
crash ..some
1 and.nlUmaely and"kill everybody, aboard. cigar industry is 'very large.,"and destined ,only bid,for digging the Lake Harris southern portions of Chile, severe ,
: 'thing and Lake Griffin canals. His bid felt aLTalcahauno, Conception
shocks were
that even with the ,. it is believed to be the great VtibiTiIni i East. No.34No.! 30 INo.13 -J
Thus we- see was eleven cents per cubic yard This Talea and Zone, but there : 2 | t North and West. !

7 best intentions ,it Is easy ,to make, mis.th8. est manufacturer cigars'o anyplace the council refused to accept but held not appalling. As Lv"Jacksonville.:.So.:-Ryt 9.05al 7.55p i Lv Jacksonville ..! .So. ,Ry[! 7.45P
destruction was
- .. ., in. the, United States perhaps I I the Lv Jesup ,... ....So. Ry 1l.30alu.30pLv I Lv Jesup ......... .....So. Ry10.30p
... : Tuesdaywith
t .' ; any;j. ca-'" in the world: because"'of' its excellent .an adjourned meeting on yet no authentic' news has been received Savannah ...So. Ry 1.ZOp'12.15a .Ar Macon .. .... ..,.,.So. Ry 2.50a
Webster .didn't pwnI ., '
.Uailel > adaptlon'/of Us 'climate to that busi Mr Woodward present After from Santiago although a Ar. Columbia ... So. Ry 6.55a 6.00a!Ar Atlanta > ... .. .So. Ry 5.20a
t.nal boat stock nor was.h"e. for any ...So. R 10.0Sp 9.55a ,, .. ....So. 1.tOa
) hav much discusiqn? Mr. Woodward reduced courier is shortly expected. Ar. Charlotte Ar Rome .,v. ... Ry -
: other selfish reasons desirouS that railroads ness. Ithas theifin'est climate his to nine cents per cubic from time to time, Ar. Greensboro ..So. Ry 12.56a 12.51p I I Ar' Dalton .... .......... .So. Ry &25 .
r should not come into existence. ever lived in. The thermometer has bid. Quakes recur Ar Danville ....So. RyJ ()5a) 2.jOpAr. i Ar Chattanooga ..., ... .So. Ryi' 9i5&:

'expressing an opinion never gone overtnor below 42 since: yard upon the' agreement: of Mr. E. C. but are .steadily, diminishing in force, .-Richmond .'...Sb7Rji1sT58aj"C.42pAr i I Ar Lexinton '. .. .... .Q. & C'I' :i.2Oa
H? simplywas is delightful Worrell to guarantee him against all As ta tae dead .and Bounded, an accurate Ry.4.17aj Ar Cincinnati .; . .Q. & 7.40a
,about something he had never seen I have been here, and there a ; Lynchburg. .So, 4.20p'. '
for hisreputation breeze blowing nearly all the loss 1n'-b4eiiii4!. 'he,1tanalat is estimate ,is as yet impossible Ar: Charlottesy1l1e.50. Ryi G.02ai. G.10p I Lv Cincinnati T. .: ..:.C. H. & Di: # S.45p
1n,operation. And fortunately ? zt inmgtthei bid for will Ar ChIo .._ .. _. .Big Four 7.10a
I 'clirnate with all price lAftef postp ; + I but is, believed that the Ar:, Washington.So .Ry 9.45ar 9.50p "
be saw The agrees a Jt x
as.a railway expert, time thirty days/ *beyond the original v timefixed : exceed thousand, in this and surrounding Ar Balt1 ore&. ,P. R. .|11.3a1l.pAr : Lv Cincinnati .;;. .. .Pa Lines) 8.35pL
: one ,
things that 'weren'i there.r-DetriQt; my ,family splendidly.. Mrs<.Harrison thebid of Mr. Woodward was W. Phiiaa..,P., R. R.;: 1.45p! 2S5a Ar .Chiczg a .. . .Pa. Lines; 7.1Ca.
weighed 90 pounds when we left Apa-I towns.. Ar New York: ..P. R. RJ 4.13p| 6.30a .
/Times. the first and only one made ,and ti authorities here have the situation Lv. Cincinnati .. .., .C. U. & D4 8.45pAr
llchicola. She now brings the beam The .' Chicago ....... .Monon 7. 3aLv ,
The Youngest. Daughter of General up with a bang at 115. Lorena turn- work, of exca vacation' will now b-- well in hand, and have assumed Thro' "The Land of the Sky.:'' [No. 20 Cincinnati ... .C. H. & D. 9.45p-

Wheeler'to,Wed. 106then and now balances gin in about thirty days. orWsoon'asthe '; control ,of.the distribution of foo4.. Ar Toledo ..... .... ..Big Four 5.20a'Ar
ed the scales I Lv. Jacksonville .,.,...So. Ry} 7.55P''.1 .
dredges can be brought "from have been dispatched bothnorth Detroit .... .... ..Big Four| liSa
at 125. Minnie 106 and 110 re Steamers Lv Savannah .. .....So. Ryl215a I
: Announcement has been made of Of course the differencein Jacksonville. Mr. L., E, Dozier will and sout /for troops and provisions Ar Columbia ... .U.So. Ry 6.00a t Cincinnati ...,.,...B1gFourt9.30p'Ar

: Mis Carrie Pey. spectively. due to tow the "fromiJacksonjillet9Leesburg : -and with,'thousands of tons Ar Asheville, ..,..., ".-,..So.: Ry 1.5Op I Cleveland, u....._ Big Four$) 6.45& :1
the bt : weight is partly I
engagement ? the girls by way of the ISt Johns and rice and flour held }In stores' Ar Hot Springs, N. C..Sp. Ry 2.31p Lv Lexington ,.,7 ,....So. Ryj 5. 0pr
: ton Wheeler" the youngest daughter: three and a half years difference .in Com ,,ot wheat., : Ar Knoxville .....,.,..So. Ry e.oop j / Louisville ... ..,, .So Ry Slop

; t .of ,the late General Joe Wheeler, one ,age. As to your humble servant. the Ocklawaha rivers.-.ueesburg here' and"al1 at.l iVb not believed. thata Louisville .... .. .. So. Ry 8.5O Ar..St Louis .. ... .,...So. Ry_ 7.32a

: o(the.south's best loved, heroes. scales report me at 175 pounds which mercial.' |. food ..famine'will ,occur.' Martial Ar 8t Lonis .......u.... ..So. Ry 6.12p Ar Anniston ... .., So. RylO.Ofa

$ .., The. lucky' man is Mr, George M. ,as at Apalachicola law ,has ruled in Valparaiso since the Ar, _Cincinnati .,.,..,..Q. & C., 845a Ar Birmingham ..... ...So. RrltOlpAr '
southern is about tne same -iIO of 'the shocks, and the entire 1 Memphis ...... \..,.Frfscol} 8.05p
-_!fuck. a prominent young -Cor.. Apalichicola Times. FJlECHLES. AND. PIMPLES... : first in the open Excellent, .Dining Car' Service on.All. Ar Kansas City ..,,...Frisco 9.4Q&
: : lawyer, who, resides in New York. o population Is camping. ** Memphis ...r,d.,.. ..r' ... ... *.,J( S.SOa
y 'Th'X' wedding will be, .solemnlzed 'at Peevish Pa., REMOVED In Tea Days.Nadino1a. ; The only wire :working: is the. subter: Thrpugh Tra ns. Hot Springs ........... ... ..j9.20a

ifs .the country home,of 'the Wheelers al ."Paw!" aneanand. seacablei'of. Central. < and. i .

v"- 'Wheeler, ,Aia.. on the second of, Oct. '''we1 /!ihat is it this 'time?" l .. South. American.. companies. which No. 34-"New York and Florida"Express. Daily Pullman Drawing.

c and' is' of' much; interest throughout "What .has'.the floatin!sdebt got, to M The 'Complexion1Beantifier marvelo Y. escaped unhurt., < Room Sleeping, Car Port Tampa- Jacksonville" to New York. *
; ) to No.,,Washingtoa and Florida Limited. Pally. Pullman Drawing
'.1 :", the-aouth. do. with. the_.sln'klng. fund} I 31 is w d.t') The money loss,is npT? supposed' Room- QJeeping! Car, Jacksonville Jo New York,,.Dining Car. ... .

&\, X -'. 'Miss Wheeler is pretty accomplishf I ttyarta..'if you don'tpacithls young --.-. -- ;daitsi iy tK0oUA exceed- '$250,000,000." ;< 4 < i No. 30 Daily, Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Car between

: 's f? 'i' i her teens. At the re- 'un oft to bed I'll lam. the, life. outen- -, of grateful ladiea aaclguiriateelta : White House l Jacksonville, Hendersqnvtllej 'Ashevffle., Hot: BprfngsKnoXTiUe wrNo.13FIorlda. Cin3. '
'L remove:: 'We handle the.fambns .
cianatL :
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Yet -
7 11 of,the Iiiit d Confederate him! ,l- all !ranaJ'_ CUCfllora., : Shoes*, -. for- iidtesard :.
,. \';;.Jerau'; at Louisville last summer'she' saUsfle4customer'is, the-bert'M'; ,....... ..:tioaj ana restsristMWauy V4 the ,Buster Brown shoes for"girts' and coaches and ,PullI an Drawing,'R om"'Sleeping Cars..Jac oJ1vUle. to. Allan-
> for. & utka.iid'herDaflce1n apHj A Tli!.' Land CincinnatL Also Pullman Sleeping Car Jesup ,to ColccadaiScriaiifctaSi -
; as sponsor and satisfaction is not of youtk. irpas'4for La; Chattanooga
Yertisement ,. .. f : >> '
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1IOIESMTIT1I f ; WINS[ .- Kellogg and 0'-
ul Stallion, for Which $ it into service as a

"" I Was Paid, Dies at Terre without notifying .Pe<:k.

,1C .. I I to the Ocala-Banner. they' had discovered 1 : z

CLEVELAND'S SECRETARY THE : : mine the, Coeur d'Alenes -' ,-' -,, ', -, -f
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"'-"' Haute,. Aug. '22 ,
'''' ;rVl.: : HOWELL, AND THE I = ;
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stallion 'that in 1889 'discovered that his bur-
);"; :, of i one of the"party he SEASON IS APPROACHIN
', trotting.record I In
." '. to have IDS interest es
at the Warren Park Stock
Returns"From Majority of Counties Indicate
7 the court sustained his
HaifChoicn Hoke Smith For i y of spasmodic colic.The .
Primary_, _
,. *As" ** night after tne record s
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state-Estill Carries : : :: : -
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bought THE LAND.. J.
"- $ -- was by a :
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F Sp@eiah i, the Ocala. ,Banner:.4ff t l lGiAugust of one i mile at Terra Haute, Ind., Exposition' and Ad-''>;- Ocala, Fla. Aug. 23 :;'d6.

,....;:.:: ".'.t"" 'r.1'J> .". f t, 1889, in 2:12, and of Swamp' Land Reo-' ** "

avannah; : ;23:-A1w and of I scored an unbroken -,Chance :for; ". -
the Trade
_ : f. '; v -4 rUoaghjreturns He was foaled ,Broward, : .

are not:all in iron.. the. three. d by William L. Low, by .
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_*S"'C' Boy, and bred by Charles : Ocala Banner:. '
: We have
: most exciting democratic pnmary"beld just placed an order
| "to- ... of of Independence, ., August 21. It, Is prob- -

:r i IntGeorgia'i ., ,today. .indications: point gives $75' and bought sent the her:dam to of session for of li the!tvt National will be for a second carload of the\ Western -

strongly to election of Hon. Hoke she was bred to Jamestown Exposition.

-- Ity. a yearling Axtell was invitation which the

", Smith' as governor. harness and was have extended be Cartridge Go's famous shells,

until one day his owner the first time this im-
The Atlanta Journal supporting
J. E. hard with a whip, and highly] interesting body

;Hoke Smith, ,claims to have received close' into a square, rapid | the east. The'congress and are prepared to name prices r

at once put into training. at Boise, the capital
unofficial returns from ninety out
maiden race was over of Idaho, October 10 to

track at Keokuk, in w Harry St. George Tuck which mean dollars to you. Dropus

j FROM FERTILE' FLORIDA. man, ,,! against four Exposition will

in rose won. After making a time urge the acceptance of card for
a quotations. F Ff
2:24 at Minneapolis, Axtell ,
It understood that
What They are ,Doing, in the Land of the
his next race over the
the Grapefruit and the Pine. come expert irrigationists"de-
.. at Des Moines against the next celebration at LANG SWARTZ &- :
Miami is. getting ,'ready to plant The p -- CO. f
olds. Axtell lost the
celebration. -
pines. being

,. Joe;Hawkins, of Eustis, is success- tunate won the other three, the of the acceptance, .the : J

fully raising" turkeys He.has. over are being'2:35 34. On June problem of irriga- .1
____ ,started at Grand Rapids known to the west will Exclusive Wholesale Grocers '
600 in his flock.Strawberry the Only Ocala] J
14, and trotted in 2:213.4 to the people of the
planting :is' being done Conte /
1-4 second better than >;
i" during this season .on a grand scale whojlo in a manner calcu ,

: .' at Starke. do well previous October general interest. Out -j'Florida

\, H. M. Dopp Is planting a large Minneapolis he trotted empires grow Irrigation -

and new pineapple patch on his place The mile in 2:15 12. ancient civilizations of -r
... at St. Petersburg.. 7 West to Minneapolis and the Nile. Irrigation is Coast RailwfY' *i
track in 2:20 12.
and realm for millions
'The farmers Orange Springs are
he equaled his own time !
In the semi-arid

preparing crop of! Irish the potatoes.T. soil for.:- their spring Co.Porto, of. : for the mile. At :!I west and.south west. The re Loc! Time Card No. 65SGUT1.COUND I fa! Effect April 16, 1906.! J

in 2:15 3-4, and then
J. Peters, of Miami, has filed a lory irrigation movement is '
back to Chicago, where -READ DOWN !NORTIi.DOUN3-.READ. UP. ;i1
years, old, having been
suit for $10,000 damages against the over ;

Z. J. Port Fruit Co:, of Denver. many beat the 2:131-2, of Maxey ,, and practicaole by Mi. En !I ''.r. 236f K'3. 73 reo.98 "'
of the last contested race act passed by con- [; !i, P.iy STATION'S.St. Ka'Jy72Spm Dally ;
:, ; A number of Georgia fruit men I -

;' will plant peaches and pecans to the from same .track two days provides that the money *+pm 9 )Ilm Lv.-.Jaekcenvlle .- --.Ar : 855an
with Earl McGreggor, the sale of public lands 6 CSjim 7 2S m "__, .. . extent of about 150 acres near St. seems straight 7 S .in 1040am H___.- D :;L1le.n.... ....... 615pm 745am849am
into in heats in reclaming, through 7 li.i'u; 11 Item II ___...IIasthgs. _.._.w"r__. II 5 S-apIl
Petersburg. and?:?" *-' At Terra 8 C.viia903pm; 11 S5am _"_ -Eartl'alatfai._.__ .___" A 20pm 6 80am
The Nicaraugua, which sailed from scale.- great areas ,heretofore b ;cpm 13 Com Ar___., .... ."J. 1'uUtVa-._...._......... .....Lv 4 55pm 605am665am ;
last week had onboard to beat the three-year for farming 7 4;;:4t 1110am Lv-.___.._____ Pulatka.....______.ATZL (45pm925pm
1 'Jacksonville What of 2:13 3-4, held, by the is a fund approxi \) pm ____ Ar..".._ ?San Mateo.. .. ... ? =:.:._ 5 15am
6,000 bags of fertilizer, valued at ,_ 5 15am Ly....__....._.__San Mateo. ._.._--Ar : --.......
Synol, and also Maxey for this m
It went to Havana. purpose 1232pm1240pm LvBl1unelu-L 480pm 5 8am
- ; 35000. of 2:13 14 for is working on a 014pm94Spm ____Dupont"-5." ...... 423pm 630am500am ,,
Alligotor pears .sire In the market, 113pm12lpm: .. ._ OrmondA" ....:It 866pm345pm z
= chant is The ,first quarter was projects. :Millions 100'2pm. "_ ".".."..",...._.. Daytona .." 448am
q but those.offered for sale, at Fort, Mey half in 1:05 i-2, 10 13pm SSpm ..______ Port Or&:110.. ..... S SSpct 4 Ear
0:22, -- '
r era are very small, as' the finest fruit bol of be made fertile within 1025pm1110am 200pm444pm M_ __New Smyrna__..._..... 8 15pm100pm 4 laam

"' 'York. a in 1:321.4, and they by the introduction of "....... "_ Lake Helen ..... ...., .-JLv 6 16pm -
; is being shipped tp.New. 2:12,2 which broke the 3128am! 4 55pm All. .. Orange City___ -t" 1350pm1245pm 6 59pm560pm
r The crop of, citrus fruit in southern price : there is practically no 11 43&m OOpm ._:...Orange City Junction _J Ji.
:.- be' this over record by 1 34 seconds work will add to {he 10 45pm 10pm Lv--. ....._.!\ew emyrna."...........Ar 8 05pm 4 06am
s : Florida will very heavy sea 1110pm 240pm "___ _Oak Hill. _._.,..Ly 40pm 3 S8&m
1 14
record by "'
son and the fruit is in fine condition, own : j'i nation untold sums an- 11 51pm 16pm r' ._.,....__..? TItftsvllle u. ." :2 05pm 300am

back track was 'even feet 1110am630pm 5 Wpm :__._.....:. ..,".,"......_..tLv 1155am660pm 680pm i ;
: a great part of it being bright. p's mile by official survey. 'the land 11 roam Lvt.. ..._.___ Sanfor ____.._t.Ar lllCam800am .
Last year there was! shipped ''from this passage of rec- 11 5ipm 10pm Lv....."..... ....,., itusville___,.. ..AI 205pm \
-- boxesof The the horse was sold to a the citizens of some of 12 Slam 361pm ....".U"......,...A ....___.Lv.Eta 124pm 2 22am123'cm
Florida, 2,000,000. oranges, 3&ipmft "__Rockledge---_II 20pn 218am .r..;.:
- averaging J.he' the trees that that was made up of W. P. and middle western Olam 4 2pm: ... .. ...... Gallic.........._ 12 "pm PlCam
$growers o.n. ,: > ; Haute,Ind.,A. F. Bush, started- movement for 1 IJ1lo.m 430pm610pm! __ ._Melbourne..,.,.......:...It 12 S7pm 187am
J about; lJ50vper box, or $3000,000The ;; ; 1 !J3.m I It-."_ ..Sebastian._- _" 1162am1068am 1263am "
t1 sales : at .; Col. J. W. Conoly, of swamp lands and 24Sam303am OOpm .n '" .. .. .6t. Lucie.....".."..,..,. .". 12 oon't ;
fi.S 'orange reported : 15pm "__. ,Fort Pierce- 10 W&m 1165pm
, To ; and F. F. Morgan, Detroit that a portion of the pub- It _r __.._.,. ... .
"... Klsimniee'ttis, .'Beason, /were made by, 830am335am 837pm841pm Tibb&11l ,._,..,,_" 1017am U19pm1115pm
$105,000. /The syndicate : __ __..Eden' __ .. It 1013am
for this
8 JG:Barber and Jim Tindall, who sold my in' : be used !340am I 6 46pm "___,?."..'.Jensen ,,....",.._.?..-,..,.. It 10 03am 1109pm
} ( plan offered $15,000 profit f much water is just as 3 Clam 57pm ",..,......_..Stuart..., ..,,,........, 10 OOam 10 69pm
thelrka psv to' the y w t rs.Cars. n' th It was, however, 20am 7 23pm"...."..._..... Bobe Bound......,..,._..," 9 Warn 1029pm1009pm
Grocerr'Co.J" is,, at all, and bYthe digging 440am515am 740pm "..;-""..". West JupIter-_-.".,,....." 918am
' who was sent to the stud canals and feeders\ it is 815pm ...... ,.. West Palm Be aca.....__" ,,8 "Sam SOpm
.'i1'he pineapple growers, in ,Dade } I 543am653am 841pm850pm _____ Boynton.,.._.,, _" 8:0am 901pm
:', -;!': countSTaii made .' best trotting, stallions and of an off the surplus water I "."...."".".... ..Delray ....._.,..n.. U._..It 812am 8 Wpm
money the past year..and 6 I 48am 940pm M.."....n..,,.Jl'ort; Landerdale.DanltjLL. ...." 7 26am 59pm
; lElr encouraging others to, plant:: the, swamps Into splendid 6 57am: 9 "7pm ..- ---.,.."",,, .. ....,...... ,_It 71Pata! Wpm _
709am 9 Spm" ...".,.......,"",H&1land&l..:.".....,., .,.4 7 09am643am 7 39pm
been done
.aid libse's: Tirjip 'are. already In the ing DISCOVERS on a con 73Sam! 1020pm "_,----Lemon CttJ. ". .,..."..,.,. Upm
" already in southwest 4 50am 10 SOpm Ar_",.._'Mi&mJ .."...............TT G SSam 705pm300pm
=: business'Trill1 increase' their acreage., $15,000,000 8 00 am -__ ...."......,.,_.,,.MiamL...",,, __?1r :..
. a x 1H.*English; a' prosperous truck gar The in other sections. It is 10 SCam ..._.... Art __Homest lld.....-.,.,..?.,, iLv n."........ 12 SOpm
denerof the me the. swamp land recla
: '- ,Alachua .county, '
.- ; Decision Secures for have their Buffet Parlor Can on trains 29 and 78. Buffet Sleeping Can on trains 99 and 98.
Jews will
has rented, 1&acres of ,hammock land One-third Interst say t Dally except Sunday '
question Exposition when
;. aliri will' plant peppers peas, lettuce Property No.23 No.19 I ND.24

. ceiery; !cucumbers, etc,- this 'lall, Irrigation Congress con and Sat Ng21 ELy No.n NOon MAYPORT BRANCH.Gaily No.16 No.IS No.20No.22 f ud SaL

Miami to Homestead and disposed event the congres will SUft. Dally Daily Dally
From even to the Ocala Banner: Sun ln.DIIIJ Daily Dally Sun.
further south 'large areas of land arebeing of, their interesting session, ev Only Only

J',.z.: '., cleared, new homes are animals Wash., Aug. 950p Cl45p nOp 2 00p 1000& LY-1acbonT1lle.. _"_h 7 00a 840& 1 G 00p 92Op. '
958p 662 518p 208p1008a .. ontbJacksonv11le--Lv U2a 8 1252p U2p SI12p '
O. A. Peck
their a mill C. Pardee of Cal
:' ti being erected and citrus tropical ; 10 SOp 724p 550p 2 tOp 10 _Babla Beach_ 420a 80oa1220p 620p 840p af1085p
; irrigation man, ,Is 729p 6651: 245p 1044a M--AtlantIc Beach_- 816a 765& 1215p 515p 8J.5p 11050pa745p
,,'. fruits-.and pineapples are being I plant- cass.A owner city 81Op} a(lOp,U 00&Al__Hayport.:.. ..y..00& 7 1200I1 50op S20p I
. .". that the, National Irrigation
> a donkey was
;, ; Altemonte, Springs the orange Norman Buck, of the

" trees are taking*'advantage of the offseason from of Idaho, to have shared Perry, :the Indianapolis Close( Conoectloa, Made at Miami with SUamthlpi the P.'& 0. S. S. Gemptsy for || j
for a heavy crop of fruit by
tion : of the $15,000,000 of carriages declares
r. and Havana and
.' asking a bountiful an unprecedented harvest is assured.growth and Sullivan mine, and needs no protection and Key WestTwo

and laborers, benefit-
Titusville'' The for its owner a Sailings Each Week.
0. C. Hansell!, of 'has pur-
in this famous in Indiana are only
.chased thee property consisting of a that good,is the evidence of percentage of the Trains Discharge Passengers,at Ship's Side. No Transfers.
four-acre and two- ;
orange grove a .
., that is court's opinion reads, I of the state. Yet These Tim Tablet show the times at which trains toy be expected to arrive at and depu w
house from .
r'( story e1ght-room ,' W. I I in voting for republi- from the 'en11t&t10Dl.but their arrltalor departure at thetimeestatedisnotguarantesd
Strahan and, moved his family this The of the opinion that the D0111 WI ComplJl1 to be held responsible for IDJ 4tla:1 orany CODIequeueeI arising tberetrom. d': '
who nOt only stand
mine was discovered by ,}
week. For
Copy of the
> TIME CARS or Other Information '
.. world Phil O'Rourke and to vote for or consider ).
E t Judge.J.. B. WhittingdOB, of Valdosta
reform. "SEE "
to tariff
Ga* after spending several days The As plaintiffs, own ,THE TICKET AGENT. :

T looking after his large orange grove and : he is entitled to one third I. D. RAHNER, Aut Oen'I. Pau. Aft 5T. AUGUSTINE FL.\J !
in the ;,:
Sullivan. ;
r Interests, left this week for.his.. home
'obey is much more to
much pleased with the future outlook
but this shows that the
F' of the orange industry of Mims. !

: Hopkins A son the well known pine Lord," credited the donkey with
a ; k sea & ?,e in the discovery. ATLANTIC
pi 1%;= apple growers of Ankiona, Indian obtained a title which COASTLINE
River, are increasing their acreage Living
uently sold for a fortune
this year: and will how have about

11. : him 0 spend the reml.1 ,
acres. They expect to have about 'It 4 !

r 6,000 ,crates'next summer: all of the live in days in affluence. r THROUGH' CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA.'

: Bed, Spanish variety r than any story in --CONNECTIONSTo --
any of mining is that of the
;T : Quite a large ,amount, of wool has t
of the famous mine in .
brought is
; Westville and being on retail ) fitter the East
t sold and delivered at 25 Me. per by the the: Coeur 'd'Aene'm 'Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston,
i f Richmond
: 'pound. 'Those ;wool growingformed' gation .tra1 Idaho. Kellogg was Rail and Washington, thence via PennAn -

5h' 'a ,combination and refused an offer families tor, who had been 'sylvania By. _

of .Me. per pound for tnelr wool, the &a.1iov> I! and Peck, of this To the Louisville & 1'fashviJlvia! Dixie Flyer route
visited UP HIS NEW f and
first of June. They. controlled about [average he the latter and West Atlanta,

of that
a specimen ore _
100,000 pounds. .
was $ I
of what THE CORNER OF To the East
in the vicinity Via
Many of the,planter\in Dade conn. I food 8avb. & Ocean H. t;. Co. for New York

ty .are putting out pine slips between '|Stt; in II the Bunkerhill and ', ,BLOCK WITH A Via Phda. and Boston. Via Norfolk 8., g. to New

their citrus''trees.. Those that hare $315.6;; ;Peck pronounced ore York Wash'tott and'B'itmore; Via Savh and
,' '
', done' this in other, seasons declined to continue Merchants and Miners Trans
find 'that $342.82; ; OF SANITARY Co For Baltimore
s : telnD'with' Steamship and
1e ':, that their: citrus' trees.mahe \ better $327.88, ship. Kellogg 1hiiadeiphia.

.." _,:. growth and that the fruit from: the states. If" .miner.who. ,: : 'PLUMBING-. Key WestHavana Vii_ennsular & Occidental, -
valuable ,and joined
,; jlaes the entire ; f.
: pays expenses, of, raising the
< This
4 .their grove, 1905 ond expedition. time WHEN' |N NEED ,OF Company :.t
and Jacob Goetz, of
..' A' of Anacosta, D. ;',
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go the;eulUof pel CARR"- Tray. Put Agt' J.. '
c two mea chanced G. KIRKLAND Diy. .
upon, Pua.
T '1aUoa: ',plants. and, Cowers( ,at Mi- .42X4 which w" owned by CALL ,ON ) IM. -.L1!;;.. .; ,- Tpd.FLOP.IDA;: AIL' '

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< I:illI'I'T t' *'* j FLAYS.' BONAPARTE, : 140'acres'of bind-With,'good-plank and 1 A SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE

; 1iEOdj i -- 'ire fnece .around .It; as good truck --

)r. ',Konikow of Boston, Says He f arm as there Is. in the state; five

iTht ; i "em,'"" J < .... '4 /Would Turn tne Country Into- a icre orange and grapefruit. grove,

: IH-H-H-KH t 11INCIDENT -- Nation of Anarchists. some as'fine a fruit_trees as there are OURCLUBLVIST

-.. f I i n, n .mi,IH. H_. i-i nM n m ''in the county. will be 200 boxes of

Boston August .-The radical fruit' and some oranges next season;
!ipression of the I'Secretary of the five room cottage and good buildings; .

By Robert i Browning Navy as to the means which should : veil of good water; one mile ,from ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCEWEEKLY.

(io tight'he kept his lips compressed ;e employed in, this country .for J the' 3elger postoffice, church and school of ,. .._, .'- __I c .
southwest -- -
French stormed through). and*a half miles -- -
=, > know wt .-' Scarce'iny*blood came wo
Ratlsbon; Tell looked twice ere you saw his purpose'of suppressing anarchits prin Hicanopy. Address S. A. Nell, Geiger, : ::
rifu A xoUt or so away ,
breast c1ples,1D. the United States by inflicting Fla.or Micanopy.Fla.: 8.17 2w -
a little mouD4-NapQlecn Was'all but shot in two. m ,
Stool OB our I ,i the death penalty for the attempt VV '
." cried he. "emperor, by God'sgrace ,
> With neck outthrustyoufanzybow'w.u locked: behind to take life. i and whippings for the A, shipment of rugs has Just been w THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The SemiWeekly -
1M' wide, arms Ratlabon! -' received by us. Will you be- one to
We've got you
: { t', ', (AlI" !.to balance the prone mind.-brow" .Th marshal's in the market place. ,. attempt of. a less serious nature has I take advantage of their' arrival and m J Jacksonville TimesMJnion, one year/_)il'B p
Oppressive with 1U And you'll be there anon of animadversion .
'. To lee your flag: bird flap bls"vansJiut brought about a storm price? Ocala Furniture Co.. x THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Thrice-
as perhaps he mused'')IJ plUI''Whe e I. to heart's: desire : in New England. Dr t Antoinette -

That soar to earth,may fall Perched him!"- The chins eye flashed -., : Konikow, of this city, who is one of We have reduced the prices on all a-Week New York World, one year . .$1.65THE

y. ,' |. Let once: my army..leader Lannes 'I;Soared. ; hla tap;again plans like it'Hr*. .' :;" S'K 0fSl the' most influential socialists in the I summer dry goods.. Inspect our stock B OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Weekly. ,

.'$Wave* aC;:yonder; ai",1 then' > s *4* .A *'*J *!*," *!"- *, ? "" prestentl! ;* United States and who is not spending and ff t our prices. We can me you i
OuCtwist the ,battery1smokes. The chiefs eye flashed.-but y, in Atlanta Constitution, one year. .. .-. :. .$L75
{ with her children The air. x ,
flew\ Sot t itself as sheathsA a vacation money. -
J A rider' 'bound- oa bound. sued mother eagle's eye Brunswick, Me., has denounced secretary III THE OCALA WEEKLY BANAERand The Atlanta
Full galloping nor bridle drew When her bruised'eagletbreathes. the
| "" Until he'reached the mound. "You're wounded!" "Kay"-his sol- Bonaparte as tgnoran.t'of Semi-Weekly Journal, one year. . . .$1.75
dler'a pride question which he discussed in his ,IJrofesaiaual.. ...
Then off there flung in smiling Joy tI ': Touche4. to the quick. he said; be- address before the Chatauqua Club .r J THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Commoner
chief :
And held himself erect;<". f "r'rq jjufca;.slrer Aaa. superficial L D"FQLI. B&. L. F. BLA1CO I ::
| of .only a 1.50
hone mane-a boy: : :aide,: ; \ +. and possessed DLLa a BL&LOCK. (W J. Bryan's Paper,) one year.
) By Just his '. felt .
You hat'dly1' could suspect 8mf1ne.'the boy dead.OHPROMISE +. knowledge of the subject which he jt '
a address."If THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo
11i- main theme in his Dentists.
MHH1M the
V. I-H.M i I- made
H II ir | i 1
H H M Mill I -! M. 111111II such men as Secretary Bonaparte .Over Muiroe&Chambliss. Bank Ocala,Fit.m .Blade (Weekly) one year . . :. . ,|lJoO: '

",.' would only think more and talk m
-- --- .a.21GGS. THE OC&LA WEEKLY BANNER and The Savannah .,
Good Democrats, Attention less, it would be better for thecoun
ME. All :" said the woman doctor. ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. Weekly News, one year. . .. . .$1.75
1906. try at large i g
Washington D. C.. August (Office IB Gtryxlfiew Block.)
!-'It would certainly result in giving FLORIDA,
( Democratic Voters: OCALA '
To .
Distance lends ,enchantment .ti I the the utterers of such sentiments fewer W DAILY ,
.mellow If there was:ever a time in the history opportunities to make themselves rid EDWIN SPKNCB*. 'VwN ' sweet'an4 V
,And absence makes the heart grow of the demeocratic party for the iculous. I am of the opinion that any ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, DAILY BANNER and The Daily Savannah
manifestation of loyalty and patriot could .' THE OCALA
limited capacity '
: :-of some'other fellow. one of the most OCALA. '. 7s-y FLO&ID-
fonder- ,' members, it . : : : ; .$12.
of its
hope that sametimes when ism .on-' ,the.. part deduct that the results of tortues the sJ News, one year ?
But may .
Is Bright now the murders and the exiling J K. CHASE. _
free,. whippings
other lips are DAILY BANNER and Daily
recall happy .hour- -If we are to win a victory and electa "to Siberia, which are the chief DENTIST, 2 THE OCALA
That you'll and -then remember 'me. president:two years hence, we-must punishments inflicted by the Rusian OCALA.. FL G VJacksonville Times-Union', one year. . .$12.50

MARTINfiAUX.'TO first .'elect a house of representatives Government, are futile as deterrents."If L. 6ISTJt.ITTI.IEY.ATLIW.. THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily Atlanta -

i tnia t- fall., : ;'; this suggestion were put Into operation PAJLLOS II Journal, one year U'. r. ... . .$8.50
would makean :
: THE WOODS.ON A democratic house can and will in'this country It .If.. 4ic Buildinz fM DAILY BANNER and Atlanta Daily
< THE'SABBATH DAY. investigate' every department "of 'the I entire nation of anarchists. The ,Room 4 : y THE OCALA

I government. With all ,of them hone,.. more they prosecute anarchists in Journal (including Sunday), one year. .,10. O

-Some rear 'ago, one Sunday* afternoon =; combed by grafC.*the;edges'of'whichonly. Russia the faster the party grows and

was walking with Dave been,touched by"recent exposure -the greater becomes Its power. What It Will '

a gentleman and prosecutions there will be would be the result of the barbarous ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCEV:
'. : who was an invalid in the
hit wife
Bonaparte were
a revelation of rottenness that will as methods of Secretary :-
great park which'stretches tor sixteen the country and create a demand ? It is inconceivable that sucha ; You vG
.. found adopted Pay j
alonsrihe, I' of the beauthful ,- ... .... ...' -.. made. Address All Orders to 1"s
miles Chores for* ,a democratic ,administration recommendation should be "" -." ?

river jus1'outside of Philadelphia. to clean the government work "At least 90 per cent of the stories, BANNER y;

They ,were comfortable, middle-aged" shop. of anarchists plots and violence are Estate THE OCALA ,,, : .:. -sM
'people, long past: .the period wmance. 'rch Imagination. They are proga- 1C You have any .
house we need moneyto FLORIDA. .
'To win the sell OCALA, -
childless; and agentsof If to ,
But they were Viand and get .gated by the secret police
defray+egltmlate: expenses I'
often the case their hearta'were governments in orderto
as the European OR'IF
have no protected
We \
with keen, ,sympathies, andthey out our jVote. and emolumentsof PAYABLE IN ADVANCE f1Nt
leader I "which to draw to fill gain the rewards ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ,., \
giveto'thepoar and hurt, of monopolies of the the sovereignsrwho are deceived in You're thinking of coming
coffers .is they'.do
God's creature"they love 'which they our ,' believing their lives have been saved : to Florida for a home, "
party.*e.must,.therefore, "
had never been permitted to spend I to'loyal democrats for contri by jhe courage of the cowards who .;

s upon a child of their own. appeal are known as the police. I know of OR -

As they pased through* the thick butions. at my own personal knowledge that You desire to invest in any (
\ dollar once
send one
Will ypu us j
sand i cool grassy, slopes by the there is a regular profession, knownas IF
woods thUJwe 'wirf send kind of Florida property,
ffbj ,
8rrtcarelessly'spoke 4of and.In an offshootof I I II
.4 'rlvr, Mr. literature an agent provocateur ''I
copieof our ,
the tens of thousands of poor people you committee. You will this system of police. l"W L1 '.
issued the
hut up in stifling cellers and alleys, .. entlre'demo "The men join trade unions and TO SEE I
thanksf the
'andwondered; -why they did'.not. come have the for: your favorable response socialist and anarchist societies gain OR WRITE
I craUc party
.. .out,. as .the. Savior did to. "walk- in the' confidence of the members and
., -( ,to our request:
<, ''th.\fields,,on the Sabbath dry, ,His 'I' 'Vi*#; r *. 7< &rAddresajali'remittances '' then incite them to deeds of violence

wifa.dta'notanswer, 'seemed lost to as bomb throwing merely to give
such SOBS uN
'< 4 in thou -t 'Maent1y ithesald: i' ;:'1, M BuildingWashtngton:.GIUGGs. 'Chairman, D. C. the police a chance to come i forward jil H. miMGSI0H p 1 irattacal

f' *Hwks::would" rti*?them-aacred! iMunsey,:',. ,-. ";], :...-;.. with a grand stand play for the bene
U'the couldbe an orchestra rulers, which will result in OCAU. FLORIDA.
mntie;.=.i o fit of the \
here every Sunday afternoon, a good The Jennf Boo promotions and 'rewards and furnish ,
l the old familiar The friends" thrffughoutQthe: state of .existenceof I
orchestra that would play an adequate excuse for the MACKA
.i overy.'' Hon. T.. A.. Jennie,,of Pensacola as UcIVSR and ...
hymn.tunel.which. carry such a government department 11'.t&f.&: We a. .
boom : for the office .
much good continue to "
body's soul 'up to God how '- the secret police. Ii
The Pensacola; A-A .
of governor --
It Bight do! -- .
Hit.husband 'looked at her,and saw some. opinions\about. Mr. Qalveston's Sea Wall ..... >a,

that hert eyes were full of tears. y 4"ItfshaU Jennings in '& recent Issue/and adds makes 'life now as safe m that .city ...:::;;; i

.* he said. the following:. E. W. Good- OLD .
be done, wifeV : as on the higher uplands. rURP.1
** she 'We'have 'inown T, A. Jennings Dutton St., in + V
;l1oPf1twU1_ be done soon, ., > "", -- ;> toe, who resides on li
'" hear it-once sfaea our childhod .a .dfwe know hint needs no sea' wall for
r aaidD n should. :.Uke. 'to Waco, Tex

Detore., I gb.. r ,, to. .'be'-a, gOOd manwlthas; .." sturdy. born and safety. He writes: "I have used Dr. i'.U y
headed' honest 'a"chal'lctes5was.ever: for Consumption i til
The next morning, \Jr. S- and King's New Discovery 'IAr

.1 .a/wbscription/ ,for the amount .re and reared y,in Florida., Honest the past five: years and it keeps itbt, t
fault,"true to his Before that time Ihad Han a full stock of Coffins Casket
quired The best orchestra in the <\;sty bind to ,a me well and safe. to .
Outnts. Special given
be. Burial
could posibly and Imaindh
the next .clear trlentii .as any man, cought which for years. had
ws*;enpced.'and,on- Ii -' a Burial services.Enbtlniig.
first mentionedMr.Jennings "
Sunday Y?afternoon t was stationed in We" do .notw! who been growing w I rse. Now it's gone.. to Order c

one-of the.;most beautiful glades, ,of : ; 'for our} next_ governor, CureS' chronic Coughs, La Grippe, -
did": certaimv destgr.ted -
ieperson who Cough and prevents
the park.: bat, Croup, Whooping' .
An hour before, the time appointed the man who would make Pneumonia. Pleasant.'to take. Every Burnett Brut o

the chief ,.ecuthe that would at Tydings' drug Jerry ,t
crowds began,, to pour out from Florida a .bottle guaranteed 4 510
; ta be proud, and des. .I' Trial bottle Ily0 ,1J
city men and ,women old bent creatures cause the store. 60c and $1.00. _
; 9 -
wL,) ciVinalie approval Merchant
on fcr t hea"hl1dren, and babies ignated a Dim free. T'O -

in their mother's; arms the poor and of men' from ,all sections of Florida I r-sKe .l' is .

1ratted, many of them bloated ,from who know him. So far .Mr.expressed Jenningshas Rev. Father Bottolasclo accompanied Tailoring, UOu LDIIOtltl2 "

drink ,the very guests from whom the not. .to our knowledge. by his sister, arrived here this Itel.cor Q "J35TI

Lord bride us find i>t'the highways. and a desire[ to- Ifjthe next, *governor' but: morning from Ocala to spend several Ocala, Florida. ....- "" :
... it If he wLI be A. K. TAYUI'
; prwcut looks as was at one L'ENGLE _
to" his feast.Th..A at Father
compel to come in days. CartGIIdtt' ,i-;
: tomake,the his many Augustine and Finest Imported and: EdRtr
thousands more force at St. 1
.. many : time stationed ,
were '
than--any- church T would have held, and' thatate. Mr...lOTl.friends.throughout ......- he has c many friends here.-who will Domestic Cloths. BlUJTJUTnJ WtQCLY WITH A WILL IF ITS OWS m-

,of a class who (conducted as'many of nlngs is possibly the 'only .wb\gentleman could be pleased to seeh im again.-St Aug Cutting a Specialty fristling With Catshy Cartoons,. ... .

ourchurches_are now), will.not enter: named'.lO fucceed Browar .ustine Record. Fits'Guaranteed.FERRY'S. Brimful> of Coed Things '
1 state affairs
: : bout 'Deacetulb
j 4< bring a a would
thelrsdoorL' ?
know what's vPerhap3 you
of want to
At' first there was confusion, 'but from the present wrangling Bishop Gray has just received a Maybe you ? Perchance the truth
they are
things as
,factions, and like to see
when the .first notes: of the.. ,solemn the=state'a'two;political wiping message that, he is a grandfather, ason'having wen ,told and cleverly pictured appeals to you? Per- V

music was heard, the vast audience his election- would come nearer been born to Rev. and Mrs. have longed for a paper that will print '.'.
factions, adventure you
and listened out entirely the two Gray, .at DeLand. The ? .. "
sat dawn:upon the grass for Campbell everything that should be printed -
t in,reverentsilence.. than the election of any other man youngster has.been named'Wm.. Crane
._ .The dusky aisles of,the trees, the. governor.-Lake I City Reporter. Gray," Jr.,. for his grandfather.-'
f quiet, bright river the blue sky'over. Star.
Inspector.It Bepresent the nrvWtl of tbe fittest W. Censor. A Paper Without a
'"head, and the strains'which brought Prison bare become Uu largest house In the A Paper Without a ; V'
.to 'almost said-there are one hundred and explain why world because our feed are better tbinotters. \
.old sacred memory' is : Will some one please mostbeautiful Finalecier.V :
? some of Do you wt>u to growths A Paper Without a
for the, office called to vote and the flaeat'fege. Boss.
"every heart stilled and awed tnem. fortyninecandidate: the whole state Is upon Bowers beCY"l'erry'l.1M' "
,played, "Jesus prison inspector. The office will be establishment of, a court of tables Plant the all
fro to
;i Old.Hundred". was for, the. Seed Lineal SUN
Lover of My Soul" and then "Nearer. vacant. on. January Tat when .Hon. record for Escambia I county? See Article 'appUcaaw, 'THAT'S THE ; ;
*{; u "" 'A".'BUteh'takes his seat as a notice of election on D., 'M.FERRY f10.. and
Thee.. Newton xxxi in .the
My God to ', Detroit, Mleh. Wholesome. it is Tropical Bright <
,Aao ,; an"old I feeble,black woman member-of the board of-railroad com-' the fourth page of ,this paper.PuntaGord It is Sanitary aWl and ...;

began to sing the"words.1n a. D 1sslo eri.' The once of prison and inspector Herjild., Fasdnatin.j' tl is Virile Live and Enterprising.ETtER .-

Another and another is a very important one ._
trembling voice. ,;
1'tc .
c.' wlthvone Impulse the '" "of" one' ..hwidred"and' forty-nine applicants. :The St.; Petersburg ep nd -
Joined, and,then out .. I : t."be-I' GET THE SUN "
J> ,whole mighty audtencecant together GovernorBrow: --- ought to Ueves that a high valuation and 'tdtltimd\t\ .. t :.:.' .f

i_ 7., ',The. round ,rosejUke: rolling thunder be able to. make a good selection..His millage is a splendid' advertisementfor : do. Get their ,opinion on ,.t. ;, .
? should make:,him High"valuation and low BA IK DEPOSIT, Moat of your neighbors t '-
.tows.heaven.; There'were tears on, duty,.to, the state any city. to r .-
: Then write right away
mtny', 'it-hard. ,face that. dayMur gV.tlow In-.this matter' and 'appoint mlliage shows-prosperity:of the city- $5,000 R:R Fare Paid.. BEST ttati3 _

:;Dumb Animals.A, an,1 1spec\# that will in every shows' economical. administration of and cheapest, on earth. Don't taken delay.on tattoo Write-dzr.. THE SUN, Jacksonville, FloJrida.: ,

( "to state. city affairs. BUSINESS,COUE6E,laco a aEdieaiioi > i
credit GEOIG ,j :
strikes -
the'notion say
.. you
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{ Mystery fer six
'Y man Eczema. $1.66 ,
attacks J. Hall Brumsey, the Mercury $2.00 ftr 09 Year, .
; "H01r; to ,keep off periodic :
; '
Jumped 'on. Congressman For the good-of those:suffering will : _$4s.. :: -
constipa- Lavin
of D fell tire
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trouble wish
other such ,
I" Clark, 3&felastflssueaand. eczema or, J
ttoi;:was a mystery that Dr&..,Klag s Prankj. : 'seeto it that you'll never We'.tVe.':
r z I throuc)1'wtth btu ,wife hid something. pi. fcnptaynasii"ae&awate1I1J1RSiIIM "-: And we'll :
: P1U1'101vi'4-for writes " latter gets to. 8&YI1my I Sa tawtnf Jusw or for money that money f
.. :New,Ute. me, the doctors' JlGme.: ,you the biggest run your > '' :'
:? -<,.t" JoIm' N:, Pleasant- of Magnolia, Ind.. hell .look,like -the-, -proTerbial. "nickel that kind and after using' : ; Boekisplaq, AttJtsdl4 ilpetKe,Oew JL1! +rrr.' Bed... *.*: ;;
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_ *_ ,DOVE'- ALLISON ,AND THE, prepared,.'but was s. aIii'seri'd .In WHY AM'A'I PROTESTANT?' another one who "sold his' office and / THE'-' -- '

r INSANE ASYLUM. liberal quantities. The state makes .-- hIs Infablllity for $75,000 per ..year.
liberal appropriations but the inmates (Note-The following article was Were these :popes 'infallible? And .can Mariot

Says It Is a Foretaste of Hell, -He ..lack.. a whole lot getting. their "just sent in by a subscriber and is printedby we cloSe our eyes to such; a past? ) Hardware Gdiipijy !t

*? *. Gives, What He Calls. "Plain Facts.' share.: 'I am making a fight for:humanity request::Ed.. Banner.) If the pope be infallible, why not

A regardless o'f who isi;-the '"hit I .Many protestants .of today are un' rely upon our own 'understanding of -HEADQUARTERS
(Open Letter to Governor Broward dog,'"" and to stop men and women -
bible doctrine? To the"law and to the
able to answer intelligently this ,
:f ,. and the People of Florida.) from being illegally jerked up and question prophets, If they speak not accordingto American.Wire Fencing, 1
Having been 'a devout Roman
Miami 'F '., Aug. 16 1906.
held prisoners very unjustly some of this .wor is because there is no and Blinds .
,', To 'tbe"JJdltor Ocala Banner: the big doctors ought to be prosecuted Catholic from Infancy, only recently light in them.". Isa viiL. 20. Many SashJDoors :f ;

I have just read a report of the for' murder ,as well .as some persons changing. ., .t
governor's visit to the asylum. It is formerly connected with the asylum. faith of my youth I feel that I have: would' gladly serve .him in '
's:: : just what I expected, knowing how Cruelty' Inhumanity, rottenness 'of'every an intelligent reason for having made "spIrit' and. in, truth,"' If "they only Mill and' Mining Supplies, 1 z
: kind and graft reached their, pInnacle said change. I in brief offer: the ,following knew how. For this reason, "Search *v-- -

he "smothered" the' last 'legislative under the Jennings 1I.dtplnistra. lines, not that I would in anywise the sc ptures't for yourselves, John 4 Turpentine Snpplies- .

committee report. If conditions were tion. Let,us all hope it will never rise reprove' my Catholic fellowman, v. 39. "Ye'do err not. knowing' the

: such*u he reports to be .contlnitedz so high again.; I ask the-people of nor be..a stumbling block before him, Scriptures;* Matt :Uli. 29 Christ ever Improved Farming Tools' ]

-., ,what" to the people of-Flor Florida to suspend judgment till [the but rather that I might bring him to appealed to reason and intelligence; GET OUR PRICES .

ida and especially those poor prisoners "case can be tried by an impartial a higher standard both in this world that we should be intelligent disciples.

K' who cannot reach the outside Jury." I believe there will least and in the world which is to come. Any church that tells .me not to reason

= world. They have practically nOj mallS two or,three Frank Clarks in the:next In the first place let me call atten- runs counter to the word of God.. Paul Marion ;
S privileges it all. I speak from dear legislature that win take the; "bull by tion to the fact that with intellectual was one of the greatest teachers of Hardware T;:

5: experience. When I wrote facts as ,to the horns." After realizing from dear development, we come to understandone the-gospel and yet he commended the

my own 'condition, those facts were experience how helpless those poor another better, and as a result church at Berea because'they search. --.

: : contradicted by the authorities, and unfortunates are and how many.of'! .the exercise ourselves with increased love ed-the': Scriptures to see if the things W. A. KNIGHT. L.E.LANG.ANNOUNCEMENT. ,
S when'I told of how I had been treated most helpless .are abused by' hardhearted and kindness, also that Intellectual he' taught were true. See Acts xvlL r.

r those letters> were not allowed to see'daylight" attendants then, do you sup- development enriches man's temporal 11. To say I, let us search the Scriptures .

If all was so lovely there, pose any earthly power can swerveme conditions. Compare Roman Catho Iwhlch "are able to make us ,

= why wasan: Inmate, whose'name had 'from that course laid out, when lie countries'with the Protestant coun- wise unto salvation" (2 Tim.' ill .15), :

.,, been given to the last whitewashing those In charge thought me "crazy as tries. Compare Protestant Englandwith then let us obey them, that,we.may let r

-_ committee, taken down In the swamp a loon?'" Catholic Italy; Protestant Germany our lights shine more, brightly before
., and kept there till'said, committee/had// Six weeks or more before I got my with Catholic Spain; Protestant others, that they too may place faithin We have just purchased the Wa gon and Harness, business of ,MtSBra '

retured to Tallahassee? Why have liberty realized. as fully as.any"man North America with Catholic South Christ, our'coming King, and thatGod's S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock' of goods enlT.thingthat f
Is needful to make It aCOMPLETE '
certain persons not been allowed to In Florida what I was "up :aga ns in America. What is the' cause of this "will may (by them) be doneon the:word; We'are agents'for.severalof) the best Farm LINE Wagons In every on sense the mar.of

S testify before these investigating committees my efforts to make a living-and in common difference? Undoubtedly this,' earth as It is in heaven" (Matt. vi. ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we1 handle a great variety
;5; ? It Is a well-known fact that my efforts at reform-no money my -that faith fn God and Christ as 10),. and may the whole earth be of ,vehicles either of which; we stand ready to, fully guarantee.

'1: Governor Broward took the. last; legal. crop and everything lost-but. never understood and taught by protestant brought to the lamb of God, is, my We Invite' the' pngllc"to" call ''and see. our display of .

.t-. committee by the "throat" and for one moment have, I halted. .. 'In' my I religionists urges and helps all peo- prayer. .
"'_ ;. "smothered" their report, 'with a work, at the obstacles. front, to:the ple ,to develop their mental powers, WILLIAM VASSEN. High Grade Buggies Serviceable Carriages,

"whitewashed" report. The "smother right, ,to ,the left, and in the rear while Catholicism urges the peopleto Unexcelled WagonsHarness" .

ed". report was made 'by 'Senator W. Those scenes of cruelty, etc., of my depend entirely upon the mental, The End of the Worldof Lap Robes, Etc,, Etc. : a

K., Jackson'and'Representatives J. W. first few days, in "hell" will linger. in ability: of those whom the church ordains troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe,

=;f. Knight of Citrus tiJ.. T. Fllllngim, and my memory forever and ever..|'11 never to teach. I do believe that the of Bear Grove, la., of all usefulness, MAIL ORDE S WILL ALWAYS HA VE PROMPT ATTENTION.., j

James A. Sledge. forget anything there impressed on church has produced much civilization came when he began taking Electric > -

Governor, ,If' all was. so lovely, why' my, mind.. If each citizen of ,Florida in the past, and is doing much,to- Bitters.. He writes: "Two! years ago Turpentine Wagons a Specialty. I '.

did you try so hard, assuming the role could get 'a few hours like my first day to civilize Indian and China. It has Kidney trouble caused me great suf-- 5 -< .>- 3
of Judge' ,and jury :to "smother" said three days, catching hell as' I,' did,' reform also given us many hymn writers i fering, which I woud never have sur- ,' Always.. in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate Com etititn.

y> S report? It was very conservative. 1 i would be an easy matter. whose hymns we all like to use! It vived had ,I not taken. ,Electric BIt., ,
'' 'w'ant" everybody, in. Florida. to read It Is';but little different in. other. asy- has given us many philanthropists. ters. They also cured .me of General We are Sole Agents' for1 the celebrated White Hsckpry Turpentine

., ,(I will gladly mail preface lums.-.,Human, -,'nature--:,is','"much the'same But these very men are men who in Debility" Sure cure for all Stomach and Farm Wagon.Knight .
... to said report and my .letter to the everywhere. I don't believe a just"Go'd spite of church teachings have used Liver and Kidney complaints, ; Blood I

people_of Florida on' application to me will,,'let such things go on always. 'I and de'eloped.themselves. intelligently. diseases Headache, Dizziness and &

., at Miami.)' want every voter In Florida to read Weakness or bodily decline. Price Lang '

You will see that I am dot alone In the speech of Hon. Frank Clark on Now about ones thousand years'.ag'o 50c. Guaranteed by Tydings' drug ,

my statement' facts., Washington asylum-the greater portion -Christianity first became divided. store. (Successorto Standley ancTCo.)

;' ,Tke'tbree': 'Vuilins- o came near ;.'is."applicable to our,. own' asylum. This division was caused partly by

-.- killing'.me' Arnold/Pttt and Car: Florida editors, please publish' this doctrinal and partly by personal The Everlasting Fake. .

penter;,also a lunatic gave, me I a terrible speech. questions. One of the divisions was Printed in the Los Angeles Express LANDS; T

<,: blow, ,on the head.At the first ,opportunity Now, governor, I am not an angel, called the Eastern or Greek church; of July 31,-1881- twenty-five, .years ago: .

: : I appealed to Dr. Good- butyou are at perfect ,liberty to trace the other the Western or Latin church. Dr. Bush has tried the quicksilverplan If y'ou'bav lands you wit!h to sell lease'or,reliti'A z

bread; next'to: Captain 'Whitner, then my' cestry, the Allisons, 'back to the. Five hundred and twenty 'years later, for the destruction. of scale on or if you .want to buy landS'.for farming;'grazing; .
'. to Governor.Broward, and I .will carry Carolinas, and,1he,Brinsons to, Burke Martin Luther, an Augustine Monk, orange trees, and'with entire success: turpentining lumber L '
my appeal, and up- till those reforms county .Georgia., Bothrfamilies are by reading God's word, came to fine He bores a slanting hole into the -, .purposes' at 1 t

7;:r ... are acca< plished. 1 told, everyone at scattered all over the southern states. that ins the very infallible church of heart of the trunk""" with a small gimlet : Write to, t

i .. the as'lum'hawThi4"been treated. It I, am the only one known of either which he was a priest, there were ter. and pours in two. globules of .quick
: '
'. : ,was "whispered" tome on all sides family ever accused of insanity, andI riole errors, and he began to "pro silver. Every tree' thus treated has BLOUNT REAL :E :(i

that I would never get out unless' I deny the charge. Wherever I am test" against them. He was particularly -: shed its scales and become bright and TATE- CO.OC'ALA ,l
'J stopped talking about said treatment: known i known reformerand clean.
F was as a incensed_because of the public FLORIDA. A1S
Even Captain Whitner "whispered10m. an earnest supporter of the StocktonBroward sale of indulgences. When he saw This was a fake remedy hundreds

S things" very" softly in my ear., faction, buj\,,things "have the church; by the authority of its of. years ago, and quack tree doctors .

Another told Inc.If was the most stub- changed". and" '1-think, the-suggestion ruler selling pardons in some of the are yet finding, victims to the 'same,
born man' ever at' that asylum., My reply that Stockton and TaUaf iTo'' -unite the main market places in Germany, par. or similar schemes today. This par-

was, "Yes, 'you, will never 'con best men, of both;factions to- save the dons' not only for sins already committed ticular fake seems immortal.--Red-
4 J .' '
,quer/me;' ,you can keep me here, for state from grafters good" Cle..I am ,' but :also' for sins to be commUted lands .(Cal.) C1trpgra h.

ever but{you-can" never conquer me. reserving my. heaviest'"artillery for' on the morrow, Martin Luther -
"do' you :' ,I said "Now 'mf that in your of' the "clans I'll Be Fail.
: can'put the gathering ? ing to the Word of God. Soon a large '
pipe 'and smoke Jt." there. With the help I can get I'll reform part of Europe was called upon to decIde "I :want to say a few words for :

Of course, those poor unfortunates one "hell" 'or'die In the attempt. whether it wouldr continue to Cnamberlain's Colic,, Cholera and DI- lyc

understand their condition only, too A great many> the best citizens of give allegience to the Roman church, arrhoea Remedy I_ have used this

'well.:11 ey-understand- more 'complaint the state are ayprovlng my efforts agreeing to those things, or' to decide preparation in my famIly t r the past

, they:make the longer they must and cooperating me, and if I fall with Luther and protest. Little by five years and have recommended it

/ 1 remain prisoners. ; also that they are bythe wayside from "foul means" or i little England,decided,with the protes to. number of people in York county
{S 'absolutely "dead" to the world and. otherwise, I believe others: will con- tants. The first national blow for and have ,never known it to fail to

5 that no one'will,'believe anything,they tinue the work begun by the, committee freedom against Roman usurpationwas effect a cure in any instance.. I feel yhr

= say. They understand that they are headed by W. 'K. Jackson, of the given when Henry VIII, King 'of that I can not .say'too much for the

',, COnaldered'Insane,,, and are ,just as counties of' Pasco: Hernando and Cit England, threw his mighty influence best remedy of the kind .in the world"

; t.r < .. helpless as if they were In a Russian rus. \ upon the side of the protestors. Soot -S. Jemison, Spring Grove, :York

,;- dungeon, having a'czar over them. Of "No pen can paint nor tongue can Germany and a part of my native County, Pa. This remedy is for sate I

.+ ,. course they know'their condition. tell" accurately, the "unknown and country, the Netherlands, sided with by all druggists. *

. Now, governor, if you wanted to,do untold: physical suffering and mental the reformers. -,

:. the right.thing, why did 'you' not have anguish;.caused by willful, wanton Now the question again, "Why amI The Gordon Equestrian Statue.
the State Medical society neglect of and attend The practically unanimous' vote of '
appoint a management a Protestant? Where in the bible am
'",:" .competent committee- of examiners to ants. I have felt it all, and at the I[ instructed to worship the Virgin the Georgia house of representativesto J4' -s

,. ; discharge those who have no business proper time will swear to ,ail I have Mary?, to offer prayers for: the dead, appropriate $15,000 for the erection
there? But for the fact that I shad stated and much more. If It should to adore relics, to confess 'in' the' ear of an equestrian statute to' the late
:- 55 friends on, the outside who knew I ever be thought best to send there Gen. John B. Gordon reflects' great
me '
._ of a priest, to do penace, to practice FOUR SAILINGS
ff:, ''was not insane, I might have remain'ed again, and I have one friend left on indulgences, or' to 'believe in a purga honor on the state. Under the provis- EACH WEEK

;,:: Y__ prisoner forever. Even Dr. Randolph the face of the earth, I want that tory? Nowhere in God's word do I ions of the bill, the $6,000 collectedby m

'_ toasted, in substance, that no friend to place within_ my hand the find Instructions"thatin, the least con- the Gordon Memorial associationis BETWEENJacksonville .
i ; one could get'me out till they (the means of ending my .existence. I fully I firms 'such doctrines. Therefore I ": to be turned over to the'commis-

. .S 'asylum officials) said so. believe that .God would hold .me guilt i must protest these, doctrines.. Now I sion created by the bill of which and New York.
the and with
! 1'" Governor Broward will ,you tell the less of that act.I am no longer a son of the church of. Governor Terrell ,
:\'''" people why you appointed Dr. Good. respectfully ask all editors that I Rome, each one sufficient for being a I this sum, $21,000, the 'statue will be Calling at Charleston. S. 0., both'waYa. .
i a bread as chief physician? Those published Governor Broward's erected on such spot on the 'capitol in raw -
authorities report Protestant. For: instance, the priest the commission decide .. snissurs m us COASTWISE' tnvia. ,. -
grounds as may
have had since February 3d publish this and 'mall me copy of .tells me I must simply listen .to him
Y } or '4th 'to' get their "house' in order." same. Please send one or more copies upon. The statue will be one designed -
and obey the cmirch-I must be con THE :CLYDE NEW
After by Borglum the famous New ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN MNES
I had
been there only a few of. your paper regularly to an inmate tent to let the church do my thinkingfor :
;,i, >S Y' days they discovered that I had not of the asylum. They will 'appreciate me. I protest against this, Roman York sculptor,-St. Augustine Record. !
1 been insane and from that time on the same. -' BETWEEN',
lon of private judgment. Providence
supres "New Lamps for Old." rand
they knew:my Intentions Just as' well H. DOVE ALLISON. But the leader of the church tells me
Such was'the cry of Aladdin. "Some all Eastern' Points.
I did.
Yw as Governor, why did you wait that the church doctrines and teachIngs' -
three thing you want for something you calling at Charleston Both ,
over months way
to make
ys. your personal HAD AN AWFUL TIME. \are infallible because they are -
have that you have ceased, to need"is .
examinations? I complained to Infallible head. Hereagain SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS.SaatWmd.
;, given by an the slogan 'of the "For Exchange" .
you immediately on getting my libertY But Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and I must protest for where does ...:.................. v
It Department of the Thrice-a-Week .. .......,................_.._ -.lrom. L.'I1I.Warf 1ltf
was several weeks .
: before I Diarrhoea Cured Him.
Remedy the bible teach that one-
me even World. With Its 120,000 readers scattered Nartbboaad........:.._......, .....
3a5 cot to speak to Captain Whitner.and It Is with 'pleasure that I give you anyone-man should ever be infallible. all over the United States its ................ From foot of Catherine asset, 1&wouUI. r

I never saw him,in the "Rough Rider" this unsolicited testimonial. About a The pope claims to be the true 'successor .'
"For Exchange" column Is just the Clyde St.
Johns River
( Line.
; ) department ,but two or three year ago when I had a severe case of the apostle Peter, and sits :
times while f was .thing. -Write for rates. Cost small- IS?
there--71 days. of measles I got caught out in a hard in his holy chair, that he is the rock Between
: That was his watchful result great Jacksonville and Sanford '
: care given. rain and the _
settled in my upon,which the church Is' built; that
v' When 'I approach leading'c1tlens- stomach ,and bowels. I had an awful therefore he is the father and 'teacheras For an .Impaired' Appetite. Stcpplaj at. piutka, Aim, ,:SmiteA ( D.iuU ufthiimfliti _y.

politicians": lawyers'and. doctors, the time and, had It not been for the use well 'as sovereign' of the world. To improve the appetite and luJfcgi ca St. Johns Shrw. '.:-
;: common reply Is, *i. know all .
you say of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Observe that Christ never gave such ,
strengthen the digestion try a few Steamer
and City of Jacksonville
i even more, to be facts. I aon't Diarrhoea -
Remedy I could '
not other
Peter to any '
supremacy to nor doses of Chamberlain's 8 'Stoma h.'and are appolat.d te 5.0 AI 'ollowli 1.l
doubt ,a word'you say. All I am surPrised possibly lived 'but a few hours longer .Observe that there is R.ettarubar leave JackltnUIt Ball,. tuept SatiU4a P. o p.JII
again ;
.1 arts person. Liver Tablets. Mr, J. H. 'Seitz, of Detroit Saalor0. dUly except SUDda,.a'9'3b a.m.Soata.Baaad !
that Captain
Whitner Is but thanks to this remedy I am ,now i no historical proof that Peter ever en- MIctu, says: "They restored my
-i t connected with: that.'InStltutlonetc, : strong and well. I have written the ,
a i tered",the, city "Rome. Further, during appetite when Impaired, relieved me _
At "Hell" they have about fortyfiveJeney' above : ,Sea Imr. SCHEDULE, NortJa. 4
through ; y
simple gratitude andI fou. the "
the first 'hundred years of 0 a bloated feeling :and caused a Relit II'
c wa 'presumably for the benefit shall .
speak a good word
of'Inmate9, but butter was -their for this bishops of Rome never' pleasant and satisfactory movement Leave.. S Si P. IlL ,..;..- -..Jacboavu a ...... ,,,.,.,,,,,,
on remedy,-Sam H. Gwin, Concord such Not'unuf the fifth a 45 IlL ... ............. '- .Arrre a IN a. a -
supremacy. of the bowels. Price, 25 cents. Sampies' .6 p. ... :rPalatka ....._... ...... .. Leave
table to all, but two or ,three times Ga. For s 00 -;.___.......__ s GO
sale by all druggists. century did the bishops of Rome uri- free.. druggists. Astor _...0.,... ,.._ H ". Pra .
A11 j S 3G
:.: while } there 'I .. Arrive ,I -- .---st.. FraJlcb_.;. ..r:0'.. .. '
was and milk never ex- I, SO a;:; ., .. IIN p.a <;
lertake to' dominate ...others. "' ; Sa 0r4
over ,10 IN,.. ., ........,., -li- :. t L at t
cOt to very few ,,,,., ;__ ..
-a old men. The J. Emmett Wolfe < F Dterprlse.w. .. ..
Governor Brow- These fwo gigantic ,claims-the infallibility Florida'wants more laborers. Thereis "". JI""t 10 410 L III '. ?
\ J .
= ,t "bosses"got the) ,reslJ'1'1 y raise:their .ard's. private. secretary, --makes the ands' supremacy :jof the, pope more ;work than workers.: A strong '-1.General Paaung.and Ticket Otfia122 West .
Say St.
; own vegetables yet 'the 'inmates get statement, that '"the number of { effort' c-- -:'- -. >- .Jacks anvllh..
murders -are.both. supposed to- be based upon should be made to bring foreign > -
.')''. only" the tough, 'under-leaves. :-. thers committed almost, dally in Florida Mitt, xvi.l8t,_a text in 'which; .there':is workmen to $the"state.-- Tampa. Is 'lD 'F. w. JtONir
tet'the;'white cabbage heads. Iwas; proves that the Infliction w G. NGKRll'..''t Gea't Pisa"d futU2. 1'Sl,Jick riUe.'J1..t
:of .the' no indication of such said claims. need of'laborers right now and it is COOPER.J a. Atenh w.F.
;.ti ; told' ft was 'the same way in other deatli'penalty; does.not deter"the, commission r ,,! Then again just look at' -some' of the the,dull' 'season.'What*will-It bewhen EC;HAGIIR; ..'.G to Foot 1 East of Soaaa'ii Street,Jacksonville, FIs. : >..OV., _$_U.lSUpermtu4eat. ; ..

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.trOCALA1TH atEAUT1FUL"t: GSORGIA'S |PRIMARY0 EJECTION, par phrne" ..Napo1eort'sfam6. ,... sj r. THE .GOVERNMENT. ..,. a f State.Senate..- ., i .
.l.t: f; :V' 1 ;; ;:;;: .! -' *" < ixisi- *-5 iYesterday's markS" .<<'a!1 "'the '.. pyainIdsffthe 4"-"' .". .. .. '. thiee,... : &". .tj. !l'"" f- /OFF''- "' *.ON.\\1-i A"'VI'4..ATION.! ." v ,t. i* ,i' -.* ..js r-o....... .,.".,.Sot >. 3. ". '4j .:?> "*c 1:,? ,?* -

: /Ocala .Le'eyerywher.'eCOfl1 ec': ,u centuries will look 'down District Thomas .F. West .
j. : Election. Was One of the upon yoL" -:- -
; ;-? /one of the ,most 'thrifty, enterprisingTindtbeanUfiil .Fiercest Ever Waged-Campaign Lee parade, the largest: space set A rather curious condition of .affairs'ofvery District 2'-John S, Beard.. -
$ -cities in.the..Interior of
-.if F1 !id& 'It I the. p1J.( t14 f; .'if y.: ,.!! _fightJ'i:: aside on the. grounds* ofthe-jathes- rare*oceurance; existed cola. t*.t
t ? I .J. *- :,-.. District Westvllle.District
Watson Exposition drttljWork 7- < JohnjIJeeL
Hok \ forthe
:. ibaIwr-,county th&statthecun. '1 iJi J--::.E; Strong _", ., town' in Washington for;one:d Y. IaSr we k. -
' ; ". at d | rSmith ..Supporter.f ..., tne military. bodies; from ai U.Jnatlong.! ..' ". Theop.fWest, .
1;.. .ty'ltha.tCa.ptures: ali. the, biff,prizes ; ;:<;, '
fact .that '
The. it/vas. *
? .4 'agricultural fallhaving. {of her I ;." g-5 .- .-- is. named. in:: honor:of Gen.-:R b lt( E. pa--- 4jit: District 5-A. ilY ford.

: ._.. dlt .the 'banner 0 ;thre. ;
? state fairs and a "large number: !: .Savannah; Ga., August '.22.- The and one, of Virginia's favorite .sons. I belief .of certain pe1"SCusthat.? ; the government Lakeland :;:/- '

: joflndividual.prizes: ; ,1 These military "parad'es will surPaSs takes' a. .deal of running on District John'W.iHenderson. ;. -}
!fhe lands Burroonding Ocala are the .democratic. primaries. are held. in: this : "i' I the of its ever administrators lahassee 'c -
any that have been held. I ,part : : ready .Tv. ;,

most elevateM and fertile/tathe. :; :tate;,' state. today..and, with tneni ends. one' of, The evolution. pf.:.:.:war craft" and .- As a matter.of fact during" District S-W.: K. ;;Jackson : -

: :Ocala i*<|pcated on the great': ridgeseparating most,.. rbitter.,, and exciting political- cam other shipping'wttl" ..' portrayed. -at day last week there aSn' any government ness. ,; -% '.-,; -:
& 'V >
the"rain fa1Ipart of which 's t+r -- -
' f: -Atlantic 'ocea.J1 the. paigns, this state has evet known. Not the Jamestown Exposition. next, yeahnot -at least; none 'that was' nchticeable District. ioC; : : 'L.r ggett,
into the on
,t -now one, $side and part' into the, Gulf. of since the war has there been a race by pictures'and drawings, but by I for of aa the heads of the ville. -
the.other.. real wood and metal models of cor- I great departments of, the government District 11-James E. Crane, -
Mexico on .
for office'of In whichso '
-''f -'Marvelous SlIver Springs .- more governor rect size.. Three 'ships which brought i who makeup the cabinet and who pa.

; J beautiful than the Blue Grotto of much bitterness has been display the first settlers across .from England I,through the government -is carried on.., District 12-Al Winburn, Mallory.

.,: : '. Italy, and famous in local song and ed and so much personal abuse has to. Jamestown reproduced. i not on ,was to be found in the city.. District 13-F. M. Hudson Miami '

i: .story':-Is only five miles distant. been displayed and so much personal faithfully, ridingv-at cho off the i, What" .gpveramenfingfVas. carriedlon. ...: District 14-F. P. Cone, Lake -

. ?; :;Blue Springs, .little less wonderful abuse :been practiced There, were exposition grounds' in --Hampton 'was .by subordinates, but without.any District 15-J. B. Crews, Lake
i-: 'andlovely- is only eighteen miles distant not less than five candidates: Hoke '. J.' .. ,0 '
4 Roads. evil results.: 'Of course, in the summer ,
to the westward and Lake Weir. Smith, former secretary of the inter- ler.District
jt -
; Norfolk and the neighboring townsin it would be a difficult thing to 16-Thomas S. Davis -
4 .mare charming than Lake Como, is ior in the cabinet of the Grover Cleveland -
miles to the southward. tidewater Virginia are making extensive hold a full cabinet meeting in Wash nandina.
it :: just eighteen
1 :.- ..Ocala Is wonderfully located=-Its ; Clark Howell, former speaker of preparations to handle the ington at short .notice, since at this iristrict 17-J. R.. Newlan, Live
j meaning In the Indian tongue is "fat." the house and former president of the :- -
vast throngs of visitors who will at- time of the year some of the membersof District 18H. H. Beckman
and,signifies the "land of plenty.
senate of Georgia and now national
i The finest stock. farms in the stateare' tend the Jamestown Exposition in the cabinet are. always absent, rusticating sonville. -

near Ocala. ana the post progressive democratic committeeman and editor 1907 In addition to the scores: of : ,. investigating or taking a District 19-Lewis C. Massey,
and date farmers, with
up to of the Atlanta Constitution Col. J.H. .
unerring judgment. have located their hotels and the 'hundreds of boardinghouses look at their political fences. But it lando. -
Eslill, editor'and of the Savannah '

farms near here. owner already in these cities and is seldom, indeed that all are absentat District 20-D.' H. Baker
Here the farmer lives at home, his Morning: News Judge Richard B.
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oinoke house and his corn crib, his summer resorts by the sea, many new once as was the case last week Home.
Russell, formerly of the superior court
potato banks and his dairy, bulge with hotels of a temporary character. when Saturday saw .the heads of the District 21-N. R. Carter,
'plenty .and in his barnyard are en and C lI. James H. Smith of Ogle- .
: though well-built, are being con departments scattered to the four different District 22-W. M. Girardeau ,
peacocks. turkeys, geese ducks, chick-. thorpe county in northern Georgia, :
: ellS and guineas. structed near the grounds. points of tne compass. Not ticello. -
Speaking specifically and coming about the only millionaire farmer in only were the cabinet officers all absent District 23-I. N. Withers, -
down to a plain stateraent.of factvwe; the -state" Hoke"Siaith' formerly ". :
mention' that: -was The :Country Paper. but also were the fieads of'nearly 1ak -< .;:: ::-:: :-. :: : ::-

: i iL .'.v.. Ocala Hasp owner of the Atlanta Journal and that all the important !bureaus and District 25-S. W. Clarke, :
Golf links.One paper' helped him in his campaign. It W rc' you 'raised in the country
commisions.Even the energetic and town. :. .
florist is believed that theJournal. was largely people were. The touch
city -
Two dairies. never-sleeping inter-state commerce District 26-E. S. Grill, Palatka.
instrumental in getting Hoke of nature makes' the whole world kin. :
:'Five saloons
cominision near" District 27 \
come pretty being absent -Jos.' H.
One garache. Smith to enter the race because' "There Is a little country paper !
One foundry, 'in a body, its only representative Braidentown. :
; its with the Atlanta Constitution that I loved to sit and read
Three banks, rivalry a paper
I in town being x-Senator Cockrell District 28-Frank W. Sams,
: Seven hotel and behind the times
Water works poorly printed I who works all the time, doesn't want Smyrna. ,

c One hospital, .'. There has always been a great deal indeed with pages small anl narrow i a vacation, and eats two apples every District 29-E. E. Conova .
: Ten churches, 'of personal animosity between Hoke and ink inclined to spread and here .
day for lunch. But in spite of sot .
; ,One'architect, Smith and Howells and for thirteen and there letter standing on its -
One gunsmith, ? the strange coincidence of all .these District 30( -Frank Ardams, -
_- rTwo tin shops .. months Smith and Howells have bead, 'or caps. a bit .erratIc boldly, absences, which might well not'occur Listrict 31-Lewis W. ZIm, St : \
_; O&e seed store, bitter, vicious fight against into view into unexpected .
fought a popping .
/ One synagogue again in :years, the government.stillflourishes .
each other., Col. Estill! did not enter places and knicking'things askew, .
One gas plant ; ; ..j District 32-H. H. McCreary,
; Three bakeries. -v the. race. until about seven months. WA leal old-fashioned paper, from. ville.

e;: Six One restaurants shoe store, ?. ago. His organ: is the, Morning News, my little native town. Each week I To_ .the Trustee of House of Representatives.

s Twenty lawyers which he owns. Col. Smith recently hail its' comign and never put it down Ocala Presbyterian Church. Alachua-T. A. Doke, Santa

-- :- Board Six drug of stores Trade,' started a .paper. of his:r-own to presenthis tUI I have read its every column all Gentlemen-It Is our earnest wish' to donate a Syd L. Carter,. Gainesville. '

,Four contractors, platform for tile people. There the local news; you, know. ,about the quantity of the L. & .JI. Paint,to your Baker-L. C. Cobb, Olustee.\ .

: One opera house .. have been ., only. four joint debatesby dear, old country: folks, I'flied with church and everychurch."-' whenever. it
' be Bradford, S. Matthews
painted ,
!- : :Two cigar stores, :' ; .
T --:- '}'our shoe shops, any one -of the .candidates.. Hoke long ago. \" .-. 10.000 churches "'painted- .' w1th. L. & Brevard-Wade H. Jones, ;

\ One variety store, Smith has openly .charged; that the ':'1 note. whose,. ""barn is. painted.;.. M.Barrows & ville. -
One music house. Peck Montpelier,, :Vt
; 'Eleven phYSICians. .?. other candidates have combined to whose cattle took the prize. and how Writes, "School House No.1, painted CalhoD-A. Max Wilson, -
.Two paint shops; -. -%' -. defeat him. He declared that their Trail Potts had a squash of mighty with L. & M.two coats. Used on- town.
ly five gallons L. & M. mixed with .
: -Iwo wo.lce:planing factories mills. Candidacy wasmerely a trick of the wondrous size. How farmer .Martin's nine gallons oil. Paint cost only 97'1-2 Citrus-J. W. Knight, Floral City.ClayJ. .

: One green house, state machine to bring about his defeat dausbter takes the school another cents a gallon." B. Long, Green ---
; $ L. & M. Zinc hardens. theLT& M.
--- :::Two dental rooms, by preventing him getting a year. At those I paus and smile a -
FIve barber shops. White Lead and makes the paint'wearlikej1ron Springs.
:i_ -- vThree; art schools, two- hIrds majority in the state convention bit and feel a trifle queer remem- :.. -V : [ S Z*..1g Columbia, M. S. Knight, Lake -
-t Three wood yards, bering how, in bygone days when ,#A.. Q; HuntXRiley, .Micii :'
> H. L. Avant, Fort White.
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Writes, Painted\: my4 residence 15
-- .;t. 'j! .. TOne. ..public marble llbraryr.One works, Hoke Smith had the most radical life seemed made of mirth, I thought years"ago" f.wItKiLil&J Mig Looks well Dade-John W. Watson. Miami.
1' ""
'i! ". .' ",Two bicycle shops platform of any of the candidates. He this school ma'am's mother was the now." DeSoto-W. H. Hooker, Arcadia.
Sold Mclver" & MacKay, Ocala,
i! :. :?Two lumber yards, stands fpr a law to 'keep the negroes sweetest girl on earth., .by HL : -
.;., ;Two racket stores.CiThree .- '. Florida.A Duval-I. L. Farris and S., 10l
't. silversmiths, from voting. He wants to' take them "And now, perchance, I read that- -- ton Jacksonville. .
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., "Two' public schools. ,.Georgia politics byjthe. North I knew1s dead or find glance over the columns of the
\. out one once Escambia-Chas. M. Coston, P -
- reveals
One barrel factory,
I the fact that
Ca-olina, the Mississippi or the South_ .boyhood chum tne second: Tampa TjlJune -
-S V *Jk?telephone system. again some cola; M. 0, Baggett, McDavid.
:- lOne bottling works. Carolina plan. He .worked 5this plank,, time'//has, >e.' And["" o it goes and .EdltprLambrightbackatt has' returned'and IS .Franklin-J. F. C. Griggs-A .
Two clubs "'p' ***. -? > iv"'t his of'duly-fHetiatbne of -
pressing i | post : 3'j
fo- all it was worth-esjecIafly in the know.what'memories, or
:: 4Two haberdasheries, none can .,- .. } :' cola. .
the brightest of ,
; men
newspaper .
districts whiieTforSthe cities sweet I
11 dancing school. country : mevbackito me whene' "
One j KJ & Xt: -h- & Gadsden-J. H. Willis, Quincy; -
.: *Six Fifteen boarding fruit.,houses scores. b.3 had another plank, demanding suitable this homely litttle sheet."-Chi L. Taylor, Brahchville.. 3'1! -

1. Two abstract offices, railroad rates.. cago Daily News.PorchRdeIs. .. .mUton-John Bradshaw, ;
.f' "
- *Three waron.'wor1a. Hoke "
: .the entire campaign
t. 4T.WO machine shops nings; L., G.. Register, Jasper. I IHernandO ;
tA- military company, Smith has' had! the warm support of : -=-C. .S. Wilson, -

- -; $One Catholic church... Thomas E. Watson, former populist TlTlY :1j ville. '
:Three Jewelry stores .of the United .
candidate for president .
-: ;Two public libraries, .p ':.. ; { Hillsboro-W. W. K. Decker, : -
: Two. steam laundries, States. There are aUeast 20,000 pop. l .4 .:..., '.'' 1'71' ,.... pa; John R. Dudley, Plant City.
---- Three music schools, ulists in Georgia who worship Tom ; 4 -'# ... Holmes-D. J. Paul, Bonifay.
"Ten dry.,goods stores- 1 :
- One Chinese Jaundr>, Watson and will, undoubtedly follow Hammocks Is Our Business Jackson-Ed. Williams, .
Two .dally their vote ,
newspapers. his lead. They will cast H. C. NeeL Bascom.
j.TwelVe grocery stores, I .'
(Four 'hardware stores. for Hoke Smith if they can manage top Go-Carts Growing Jefferson-S. D. Clarke, i : :

-- : :Five Baptist churches fl their votes in the ballot boxes. J. D., Thompson, Lloyds. i
; One' Christian church .
Judge Russel has been running-
; ;- 'Three furniture stores A pretty line: of these Because we have Lafayette-D. G. Geiger llayo.
He has
man's candidate. a
: Three millinery stores, tbe poor Lake-S. P. Kirkland Altoona; !

-- A Four paid phosphate fire department.offices big 'family arid is so pround of .it summer necessities has what you want.. Keep F. Smith, Leesburg.

Three railway systems. that he seldom neglected to speak of just been received, and the best and it Lee-F. J. Wilson Buckingham.

-: Three Twocold blacksmith storage plants 8 OPS., it.during his campaign speeches.. He we are. seljing them at keep Leon-A.. S. Wells and
,, Eight. benevolent- orders, has ten or twelve girls and one who close prices! A Porch in a sanitary condi- Hartsfield, Tallahassee. i f
Four realestate agencies was born during the heat of the campaign Levy-J. N. Willis Willlston.

;. Two One kindergarten Episcopal, In one of his speeches he Rocker ,or a Hammock tion, and best of all,we Liberty-Sidney D. Johnson,

;Two cigar manufactories said that it would be one of the proud.. is almost indispensible! it to when tol. .

; :.Thirteen Two electric Sunday light schools plants,, est moments of his life, to parade his to the comfort of grown get you Madison-R. H. Rowe, Madison; -

Two photograph galleries. cotton gowned children up Peachtree :people this summer, you want it. li Millinor, Ellaville.

-f'- Three One Presbyterian weekly newspapers church, street to the governor's mansion.; weather, as is a pretty Manatee-John A. Graham .

: '- Two chemical laboratories. Col Estill made his"second, race and comfortable Go-Cart There s a reason.. town. '

Several lumber companies. for governor. He ran four years ago Marion-E. L. Wartmann, '
Three Methodist churches. for the baby. Let us Try and -
- X brass band organization and was second in a field of I us see Geo. G. Mathews, Ocala. -

-j.- Two electric establishments platform is short. He stands for the show them to you and' Munroe-C. L. Knowles and W. -

- One spoke and rim factory; <# constitution of the state and the enforcement -
prices. Nassau S. A. Ogilvle
_t : 'Washerwomen by the score quote you 0. R. GROCERY ,
of the laws. It is not believed -
- 'Three fire insurance agencies. extensive stock,to select Jas. E. Conklin. Fernandina.
One and,basket factorY the :
.Two crate tailoring establishments. that he has much show at from. % PHONE 174 Orange- W. Crawford
-' in
, --fl One Elks Club reading room. primaries. .However' he-may come B. C. Abernathy Orlando. :
'; .:Four life insurance agencies, as a "dart bors in the conTention, CLARK- BROTHERS- Props., Osceok-A, E. Donegan Kissl

: ..Three Three plumbing livery and establishments feed stables vjich will 'be"h ld)In September.- In pittman & SOD'. mee. '
; ;Numbers ot naval stores offices,. Cj-se none. of- 'the' candidates, should. .. "%FurQiture Men,"' ,-. ,Pasco-R. J. McCrutcheon, i
Three undertakingestabllahments. secure sufficient delegates control I
- *Three job printing establishments, Fla. :
Ocala City.PolkW.
Five dressmaking establIshments two-thirds of the total number, a NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR J. Durrance, Fort I I

:- :One Epworth League reading room. ""dark horse may be sprung upon the LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S H. W. Snell, Winterhaven. <
: ..Two wholesale grain and feed stores .
and win the prize. Al
One colored domestic trainingschool Putnam-H. A. McKenzie and :
- : though Hoke Smith's managers are Russell, Paktka. I
- .. Two, wholesale. grocery 'establish hopeful, it is by no means considered Notice is hereby given that on the Santa Rosa-J. H. Harvell, ;
-;- 3 One city market and several private certain. that he will secure the necessary Trying to Stem the CurrentThe 15th day of September A. D., 1906, I A. J. Peaden,.Oak Grove.St. .
:- markets will apply to the Hon. Joseph H. -
number of delegates to control Johns-C. J.. DuPont, Ma -
Fair and baseball diamonds -
; ? grounds -
Bell County .Judge, in and for -
The democratic administration has .
' the convention. evidently
: w A. MacWilliams, St. Augustine. \ -
4 The largest number of paved streets .state convention will meet in Macon made up .its. mind to' throw the labor county, state of Florida, at his St 'Lucie-Claude F. Olmstead,

and side of walks the state.of any city in the Interior September 4.JAMESTOWN. vote overboard and sink"or swim hug. office, in city ,of;Ocals, In said county, Pierce. -

_ -. :Carpenters masons plasterers. painters ing the old political "life savers," the for an order'authorizingmess guardian Sumter W. C. G. Kilgore, :

: printers machinesU and. laboring '. -. EXPOSITION NOTES. "old flag and appropriat "-especially of the minor heirs of the estateof wood. -
men calore.
Green Gattis, deceased, to .sejl
.' .Ocala hu two of the finest Hotels the appropriation and protection- Suwannee-T7. R. Dorman, '

L art in the well interior and her Her ones The Jamestown 'Exposition, near ism that plunders the many :for the private' sale. the following. property Oak; W.. H. McClelkn, Welborn. I-

: blocks are kept built an4tid of brick and stone !I Norfolk. Va., next_ ;year,.'will be''open benefit of the. few. The ,announcement belonging to said'estate, to-wit: Lot 'Taylor;-T. J. Faulkner, Perry. -'

!- ,:ind tome are three stories in height i longer than any similar enterprise yet that, Taft is to stump, .|n Little- thirty-two. feet, north' and south by. Vplusia-Wm. S. Parkinsor.
- :Plans have been- submitted for ft 'held 4n the United 'St teL It is to' field's. district who bitterly opposed fifty-six. feet east and west Jin. .the, r
sixty-five thousand dollar court house
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'- tot7iOBr'it)3a 'r"1l
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'- 4..;. \\-u4 ;a --hundredthousand. ,tdoRarenahtnt >10"-. : nthfrompri1; ; .:-26 ,:November: ; 30, -anU-&Jnnctipn. <' .n.a1. : !-jUieN.% eight-,: Boathwest. cornero. <' I W ui. P. Roddenberry .--.
C- ."S !':;>. buMlar f seven 'moiIade days.7 hoir1llsshow, ,'which way ,the: ad- :Block 1fe ntf-eigh: '(28) new: survey :- choppy. -,.

: ,\.,> '. .. .F or.' 1wciBtimp.' I The:,arts and crafts village at the: mlaistration' wind' blpws.' The"sendbis -south, ('the.towa (now city) of Walton-J, :H. Bichburg sv. -

,'A. common. chemicai has. been discovered Jamestown Exposition i wIn'be a feature of. the bfe guns,.Canon sad Taft Ocal*, sitnatedlyInE and being in the HilL -

1;1- to possess"healing,properties' never'before seen ,-at-' a,national. ., into the secondMaine .district indicates city of pcala, Marion county.Florida; WMhlnjrton B. lissiter, -

.; > known;; heretofore,; but surpassing 'celebration.> It.Is bound one 'of that LitUefield is meeting with and owned ia'fee :simple! by,Evelena non., i ..

: ,. '\'ny. other drug; The die Yerer ..willa the great,attractions, 'and bejcg some-i a cool reception and 'strong' oppo Oaths idSyona-OLUIsrm1nor, heirs I ; .

: r twc-cent'sUmp anyone'what tame !. It trill be: visited- by millions sition. The 'people: of Maine ;have of the said Green Oaths' dece ed. Pittsburg republican "

(U fa.- ddsiXPhjUppITh.' : I-s R been very .long suffering, but indications .Said land beloajimg to the estate of are making. themselves. 'very -
-6' '- .' :. =, i The :Jamestown Greea' ttIi deceived to be sold -" what" With '
'w ExpoJUeao: are that: the revolt. against, ,republican said & uous,*,, m&lT7'

':-I: .t,. Taken:Up-Dsrk bq Jaare, foretop oae- vastMBW,, city. in ar iiltectuie,I machine;:politics ii -widespreadand to the best...i.IEreof... *t : .1a14 minor-., .. actresses and ;their, ';bakk.'- &

':; .': ..... { -.t.Ch. 'swayr. backclw. spoTImterebead environment art and industrial ac. trust"extortion due to protectionism heirs t ui1n;./ etulierA:. ,. :.

, :: : > ,,brsaded, on left.thigh (D..I) tivity.. The exposition c torwi1 has aroused .the dormant independent This 16Jh d*T of nguSt,19O6. '

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The Broward-Beard Debate. ..... y. :"
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;' The, debate on the Everglades .between r '":
_, .:. Governor Broward and Senator: tt
of Escambia county took .. ,
elect-Beard .....
night. ol ,.,/
place at ,Pensacola on thp v t
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August twentieth and was listened tc ; t : .....
.' 'by fully two thousand people. The cot ,
; respondent of.; the' Tampa Tribune \ .
;: says that the facts and argument .. ., ; ---
-,were with ,Beard,bait. that the crowd' .

was- .Governor with Broward.Broward will ,repeat his : j

: speech at Fort McCoy in.',this count; Ark Uncle Sims Tar ;.f" "
Friday and the,people of that neigh ,
t making extensive arirangements .. .. '.-
terhood are ''
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to accommodate a big .' t ..- ".;.;: .' _, ..... _,'Jj-i' ''

F; crowd. that they will not be die :
.'We hope : --
Governor Broward is intensely .. .
appointed. : ;: 4Fairy
Interested in this project and

the position' he, occupies entitles him Browns Borax i ;

to be heard. :
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A;Big Hotel for Dallas.We --
c; 01 .
F have jusst received a copy 'i'4* --

f the Dallas (Texas) Dally Times-Her '. ; .-

aid containing a picture of a palatial j .' ,,"
hotel which will be erected in thai .. } : :f"- ;
., -: ...; ; .
city at once. The new hotel will b< .... and Krerno '
opened about*April the first, 1907, bj; : 1: ", .,,:; :j A< ,

Missrs. R. L. and J. B. Lucas, former --" "i_ .'* 'V _
Jy of Ocala.
The' foundations for this buildin L -I

., are' already down and are bedded 01
"\ solid rocki The superstructure of! -
'i{ : of the building is to be of steel fram+ 5'S

;; Bud thoroughly fire-proof. The outsid .. .. ,;, ;
faced with steel gray; -
walls will be ; :
pre Fed brick with terra cotta trim t'i '
.; > will be 200 guests rooms; : ? I
k.lf bath',of rooms.which. The will hotel be equipped will, have will its A FINE LINE OF : .

,,' .
owi waterworks_ electric light plant :
9 etc* etc., and; will be- modern and up ,; -----

c to-date in every respect. ;. --

The Times-Herald says that the (-;; ,' .
Messrs: Lucas are experienced hotel -
r .. men and that this new hostelry .undeiib '

.*.' .management" ,is, bound ,to be i a l SOAP$ i. I i

Success. ., ;"TQiLZT 7. .

Shipments.,, I '. ,. ". '. ..........
Jacksonville Lumber.
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A statement prepared,by- Secretary I ; ,; .
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? r Charles,"H.,Smith, of the board of; t". .. ...,., .,.: ",':!Y'.".,",. .- ,. -"'' -.-..
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: trade'showing, the number of vessels "" I. :: :.' ....,
". clearing from the port of Jacksonville : .(. >,J.,1 W'i' ,;:.- .. ......
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the.: ;
between Jan / .
Tla during' period .
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nary V and July' oi,. inclusive witl :' --' ; ,. .....
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r .,'J erossties shipment!and of lumber..148.967,112, Indicates feet.a total-6i., : : T: : :
z -v < / '; :Send Us Yon' Orders ,
;,. seven months for which figures are : ; I., .
given April: shows the largest aggre 0".,".".4 ._ <_ ,._'..." ., ,. '.'. ,' !" .. .. s't:.' : ;. :' '.. -oiiiiiii'
f te.iishipments.. which: amounted tc.. I. _;,."..,". : ...; ,: {,..(.., ,". ;.'." .- : "- .;:"-"' t-: a>. ."-" '", ".T UJS l ";'t -. .
26,893,430() feet The number of yes .: : .': .. ,, ,1' : : :-::
, ,. + # .... .. .
of'ship --4
: 1 .eels clearing :with the total : .. ,1.;,' ..
; dents for' .each. month Is as follows: 'tI"'j- r .
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,. '* jjanuary,, 49 vessels- cleared, carrying ..t.. '" : 't.. -Ia-4. '
> a
> ,"15. 69,174'feet: ; 'February, 50 vessels T i" S S S : 5- S w t4
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i .- -. 18408,197-feet. ;- March;, 49' vessels. 17,- -. : '"
874,749>1 _Jee ;:; prU.5'l'' vessels 26> 1r 'Q '-

,, 5$93.430-feejt; May. /52'-vessels, 24, 74;. --4t. <

> 8T8feet; .:June; 51 vessselp,. '2 4,121, 3Gfeeb' .-41J"elf.
vessel'. ,6-Us&5' feet -
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ColonTd r. 'an .Shot at Stanton;, ,'
,.. Sundaynigiit-tnear.Stantoji, a-,col: .;:, :; ., .:'':

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shooting. ,\ "tIt'1f
.. 4ga. 1tas'sho i-'Jt' <-':14rthtst} .Di-.... h-t..('i'iesascrcro
ht to,,Ocala Monday fILacw ti l lsc.

.: n Ihe'hospital and Is In, a critic
,.a condition. <. '-0 ,
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