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 31, 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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.-- 'Mr. W. C. Blanchard and family, Take: Pride; in Your Stationery and -

who have been occupying Mr. A. E. Get the Best,

.. \'KODAKS' .c" Delouest's residence for the past The business man 'who seeks to economize PLANNING AHEAD.C 1
month,.will move Into the flat over the on nis stationery bill by using ,

Star office in a few days. trashy stuff and work is a back '
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{ Mn J. R. Thomas of Pine, was in him up by the stationery be uses,

.."';" .- .r ._ .._ tie city Tuesday on business.. He says and he naturally suffers from bad Impressions When laying your plans: for the coming.busy ,
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-AND- rains fast Saturday that has been experienced They may be a little slow across season, remember that we are here for the good ;A

in some years. the water to digest our alleged humor

PHOTOGRAPHIC 'GOODS :Mrs. Godson has returned to. Miami but when it comes to the nice- of others'. as well as ourselves.

after a visit of several weeks in Ocala ties of commercial requirements they

AT THEP.DSI the guest of Mrs. Spellman. Mrs. God- may be reckoned In the first rank. A MUNROE & CHAMBLISS ..
London the
publication emphasizes
son formerly lived in Ocala and. has

many friends here, who were very glad following paragraph:

OFFICE DRUG STOREPrescrlptiojs to see her .again. "Your business stationery should BANKERS. '

form a part of your advertising cam- Ocala, Fla.,

Mrs. S. W. Petteway. .d two children aign. The difference in 'the cost of

and 'sister, of Dunnellon who have good paper and common is not great ,
been in South Carolina for a couple but even if it were to cost twice the 1
of months passed through the city amount it will repay the outlay." Back From: Tampa on the Gulf. r '

Tueday'afternoon' enroute home. Mr. In the Ocala Banner job rooms are Hon. R. A. .Burford has returned 1' ii

.' 'etteway' came op to Ocala to 'meet to be found the very best. home from a few days' trip on the '

them. gulf Mr. Burford,,Congresman Wiley, RlNQS. ,

Having a' Houseboat Built of Alabama CongressmanBradley, of

Carefully Filled Y' Mr. J. Klein, proprietor the J. Mr.. J., C. Howell of Ocala and An Georgia, and Mr. McKay of the A.

Klein emporium; will leave ''for New i bony, and a party friends are hav- C. L railway, went down to Tampa on

York Saturday where he will purchasehis Ing.a houseboat built at Grah mvil1 last Inursday and were, the guests of

_HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWNIq Mr. Emmett. Ribinson Is home from fall and winter stock of goods. This boat will be a, doubledeckerand Congressman Stephen M. Sparkmah. I We. Have. Now in Stock it

.. Tampa. During his absence Hon. Geo. G. Math apointments wui be complete. It Mr. Sparkman. chartered a boat and the '
Complete Line of f "4
: MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. ews will be -charge. of his establish- will have state rooms, dining, room took his 'guests out on the gulf where '
Miss Pearl Richardson is .
11. Local ,Editor. friends at Homosassa.Mrs. visiting ment. kitchen and a salon large enough, to they spent several days very delight- RINGS that Can Be Found >
be used'as hall.: fully.

;;t Sam' .Mathews' went: down :tp Cand- Frank up from Crys- nave Mrs. John to Pasteur Wilson and son N. ,C.Thomas The, Mr. Howell and his friends expect Mr' Burford's friends :will regret to .1-. ,. r;

gone to tnree months or more.o, know .
spend that has
ier Mondayafternoon., he. quite sick '
tal River and is visiting her parents, will stay ,
former with 'relatives for L: '
a will can and See Them.
this boat next summer. They since his arrival home. .
o Mr and Mrs.' H. G. McDa d. .
'Mr. J. B; Oliver, a prominent turpentine month or more, and will leave her son visit Lake George Green Cove -

operator of Orange' county, Mr. Jack Camp has 'returned from there to attend school this winter. SPr'fgs.' take Jupiter, Salt Springs, Summer prices now prevail In our I : .

Vitas among.the. visitors. Ja. the city Roanoke, Va., where,.he has been with Mrs. Pasteur's daughter Miss' Tillle Mayport, Pablo and Atlantic Beach grocery department-we will save.j i >

.,i Saturday his, wife and little sons" for a few Pasteur:, has.been making her home at and mil cruise up and down the St. you money. The Fair; x

weeks. Wilson for the, past two years Johns and Ocklawaha rivers and expect -
Miss Rebecca Counts of Graham- Meeting of the Elks Tuesday Night :
to have Ideal itime.Runaway .
4 m Ville, is' in the city on 't. visit to her The J. D. McDuffy livery stable1 las Mrs. J. E. Bargamler, formerly of an The Elks bad a full house last night

cousins; Miss Edna Counts and Miss reached its second story and will soon this city, but who isnow in the millinery at Crystal River. and it is rapidly becoming the largest

j sste'Woods: busincs in Dunnellon, was In the secret organization in the city.
be. completed. It measures 60x100 Monday morning at Crystal River .
feet city several hours yesterday. She a mule that was being driven by Mr. At this meeting two candidates

.Miss' Elsa, Schneider has returned -was on.her way to Georgia where she Shine. the well' known borer for the were initiated' Into the 'mysteries : "

home,from a 'visit .to her brother and :Mr H. L. Anderson left last night will visit relatives for the next few Pearson OH and Gas company, became ofthe order, viz: Mr. J. M. Meffert, Fred G. B, Weihe

; w inter,, Mr: and Mrs.: Cad Schneider for New York to join his wife and weeks. frightened and ran away. In the'well,known ice man and lime man: ,

aV"t DtmaeUon.- daughter. He will be away for a the vehicle with Mr. Shine was Mr. ufacturer and Mr. J., A. Jordan, the TIe) Jewelr

month Mr. J. K Priest., of 'EureKa,, was a popular Cable piano traveling .' '
or man.The
< Stevens, who until recently workedat
'1 rDr; and Mrs. Walter Hood came Jl.JJJAUO. '
visitor to our office Tuesday and still .
Elks had a full house Tuesday :i .L '
i the fire station in this, city. Both .
home/Saturday night from a week's.filly Mr. R. B. Clark acid children, of talks enthusiastically of sheep raising < and it
night rapidly becoming the
to men were thrown from the buggy. -
; 'Mrs.. Hood's relatives at Mar- Rock Springs, are now at the family asi a profitable industry In this, coun- largest secret In'the "
i Mr. Stevens escaped unhurt but Mr.' organization city.A I* o ..tonal.'
f tel, and'Lake. Sixteen.. home of the Clarks at Clarkston, N. ty. He says. that: some days ago. he Shine, was unlucky enough to succeed & r Z11 .
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C.. for two montns. purchased a thousand bead and sold satisfied customer lathe best advertisement ----------
'Mfr So Benjamin .of Atlanta ar- in having his collar bone broken.
and satisfaction is not :
y ; off about four hundred. His flock now DPt1J.I, $k. ;
:tiled,in the city l :TJtesdaj&fternoon to Mrs. :R. L. Turner and children, of He was brought to Ocala on the even only our .aim but our. guarantee; Try: LuLLEaBLAIACL, "',
hundred and

numbers about thirteen the White 'House .
'a few: days hooking after his for medical treatment and is ; spring styles dAverMuuoe =
sp ; Inverness who have ben spending their woof has more than paid twice ing traij. for men and women just, .arived. The JXntwU. /
i business Interests b re.'I' several ,Weeks at Daytona Beach, returned now at the Montezuma hotel. Pair x rt
for the entire number. ft Ctftmbliss Bask Ocala,Fix.I .,.

3 Mr.. '.J, J.. Wlllalms. senior member home Tuesday.. t Dr. Dozier to Conduct Services at We have reduced the prices on all I .!:GGS. :: 1 -
l' More than anything else decaying summer dry goods. Inspect our stock T} -__
: Fish Company, whose the Episcopal Church.
/"i 'ofJhe"\yllHams Mr. M. M. Little bas returned home -
':J headquarters are, at Homosassa, was from TaluHah Falls and Gainesville produce epidemics During the month of September in and get our prices. We can save you ATTORNEYAT.LAW.
.a .business'visitor to Ocala Tuesday.. and diseases. so don'tcut the absence of the rector Rev. G. H money. The Fair. x (Office in Gtry-Agnew Block.) .t
Ga. His family will remain at the latter -
down the weeds unless they are to _. OCALA. FLORIDA; -
place until some time in October. be immediately removed or destroy Harrison, Dr. Harry C, Doziej-, will R. B. Clark formerly of Rock
fr Graham of Connor
-Mr, Albert Anson hold lay services at Grace Episcopal EDWIN SPENCER.
left Tuesday for: Gainesville Mis Rhoda Liddon who returned ed. If they cannot be carted off let church Springs, is spending the balance .of 4
with them grow There Is no sickness In the summer at Clarkton, N. c.He says ATTOBNEY.AT-LAW
where he has accepted position .
hoem from Tampa a day or two 'ago Dr., Dozer is now a student at the "
one of the leading grocery stores of a .rapidly growing plant; indeed, they that he cannot do without the Banner o .u.A. 1*J.lLOrJD..&.
has gone to Jacksonville and Pablo University of the South at Sewannee ,
and must .have it Those 'the '
are malaria absorbents.Mr. are
7 that-city; Beach to visit friends. ,Before ra: Tenn., studying to enter the ministry J K. CHASE,_ -
type of friends that make the Banner by
she win also visit at Worthington and arrived in Ocala Sunday afternoon ,. ,
turning M. A. Davenport of Weirsdale.
Mr. and Mrs. H ;C. Gates and son, : the great family paper it is. DltNTIST
Paul, went down to Stanton-on-Lake- Springs. was in Ocala -Tuesday. He happenedto tospend month here with his OCAUL F!, ...
Weir Monday afternoon to spend a a painful accident Sunday while as- parents. ./ We handle the famous White House

''few days as the guests of Capt. Frank The Marion Farms continue to make sisting, some ladies aboard the train. Shoes for ladies and gentlemer and pJASLOS} L. 6ISTKUMK. ..
improvements on their .livery stablein : the Buster Brown shoes for and ,' .
Lytle and family. Before he could get off the car the girls ATTORAEY AT LAW,
Andrew Olie Harper and Miss
this city. They have recently built train was in motion and when alight toys. These lines cannot 'je surpassed Room 4,M'.?JJC Building :fTI.

t', ICapt T. H. Johnson, the watermelon two nice offices and are now erectinga ing he struck his, feet on a rock, which Llllie Blanche Marsh two popular for quality and price. Com- In and
r, .i orange who department for the harness. Theyare young people of Daisy, were In Ocala them., The Fair.
cantaloupe and buyer, overbalanced him and in his contact see .s

.has, been spending, some. time at also making noticeable improve- with the ground his shoulder was dis- Saturday This young couple were
stable front. married Sunday at the home of the i Little Miss'' Burford Gives
ments oh the Party.
Glenn Springs S. C. has left there located. He was carrying bis arm. In Needham
bride's mother Mrs. Susie P. Marsh. Tuesday was the sixth birthday of :1
and making his way homeward.Mr. a sling but he thinks! he will be alright .
The E E. Voyle telephone systemis at Daisy. little Agnes Burford the small daughter -' ,
in or two.
J. D. Price, of McIntosh, who gradually nearing Ocala. .It is now An account of this event will be .furnished of Mr and Mrs. R. A. Burford and

,has been spending the summer at on this side of Juliette making its Among.. the prominent' shoppers In us later by our correspondent. in honor of this important event her :I

: Conxwell, S. C, Is on his way back way in this direction. When it reaches this city on Tuesday our reporter We extend our felicitations to these mother gave' her a birthday party. In The) Plumber."

to ,his orange grove at McIntosh. He Ocala It will connect .with the Ocala noted the following: W. O. Brewer of young people. pretty little white frock with a ribbon

has spent a most pleasant summer. ", telephone system and will put OcalaIn Williston; P. T. Randall,.,of 'Graham sash she was .a veritable little fairy

connection with the outside world. vine; J. K. Mixon. of Irvine; M. J. Mrs. G. R. Troller has returned I and she received her guests all of 0Qd Gas fitter,

_Mr Burton' who. shot and killed Mixon of Flemington; Frank McLean home from Anthony where she pent whom came to the party in spite of :; .

v 'Mr.. R E. ,Wishart. of this city, at Mr. L. S. Beck received a letter of Candler, H.'W. Douglass of Shady; several days as the guest of her the rain., The litttle folks had the jolliest -

San Antonia Sunday before last and Monday from Mr.-W. K. ZewadskI, of W. A. Finley, of Kendrick; F. M. friend Mrs. J. C. Howell. time possible. The Ice cream, =

.who was committed to 'jail at ''Dade Springfield III, in which he said that cake and other goodies were servedin HAS OPENED UP HIS NEW
of Martin
Townsend ; dTquiv will have of '
Norvell .charge
City, is out 'on bond In tie sum of he has a most elegant home and that Capt. the dining room. and all the litttle .
of Summerfield Tom Leitner ; %1
ley ; and Homosassa train during
the Ocala
:45.0QO. his family are well satisfied and believe folks will have happy recollections! ofAgnes' SHOP ON THE CORNER OF
"'" J. L. Beck M. P. Chalker and J. the absence Conductor. Williams ,
that they will all love their new
party. .
Griner of Anthony; Dr. H. G. Spooner
; Conductor "Buckshot" Williams, of home. Business is prosperous with SPENCER BLOCK WITH A .
of Stanton J. B. Martin, of Ock-
;. the old Ocala-Homosassa run left him and a rainbow of hope Is seen The Five Vowels ; .
lawaha; Marshal Kean and Dr. J. G. FULL LINE OF SANITARY 4
'Tuesday: for' Charlotte, N. C., his old in all directions. At school the master warned me thatI
Baskin, of Dunnellon; John S. Martin Porch Rockers 3
home 'to'spend a month. He was accompanied never, should forget
of Moss Bluff and a number of others. AND MODERN 'PLUMBING
by' Mrs. Williams and the Mr. R. L. Keating the son of Mr. : Hammocks That there are just five vowels in .J

K Children. H. of Palatka who ; The .
Thomas Keating English alphabet.He
Prison Inspector Newton A. BUtch:I I GOODS. WHEN IN NFED OF
has purchased the interests of Messrs. Go-Carts. said: "You must remember them;
in the city Monday and reported
was I
Mr. E, K. Nelson, the Ocala mill Strauss & Co., in this city, is now a.j I Youl find it useful too. FIRST CLASS SANITARY
shooting at recently
c and.turpentine'man, who has large In- actively in charge of the business.i scrape !And then he said the vowels five
between Mr. Dunlap Finney and a A line. of these
terests throughout this section Mr. Keating is an ,excellent'young, pretty Were A, E. 'I, O, U. PLUMBING CALL ON HM.| "
t Igin; Tampa for'a short stay and has ; man of pleasant address and has al Mr. Lohman. It seems that Lohman summer necessities has

4 'accommodations' at theD Soto.-TaI l- ready made many friends here. He married Finney's daughter and after- just been. received, and .Since I've grown 'l1P'I've found that I
wards they separated and Lohman
pa'Herald. says that his father and the remain- meeting Finney spoke to .him. Finney I we are selling them at Can flourish ,and can .thrive .

der of his family will not come to A Porch With fewer than he told me of; .Game Warden's Notice.
resented it saying that he had forbid close prices.
has'sold I
jIr.. JH E. ,Bankston, out his Ocala to reside 'but will continue to I do not need the five. Notice Is hereby given that when

4....$.- 'retail: meat business at the city mar- make their home in Palatka 'where den him ever to speak to him again i Rocker or a HammockI The fact is, three are,. quite enough; persons want a deputy game warden .
|keL. He will engage in .the wholesale Mr.. Keating has a large business. whereupon Lohman pulled out his revolver 'I I[ almost .indispensihle So I've discarded.A and E appointed the request must be accompanied

..., -'";;' meat business This paper and opened fire on Finney '''ito thecomfort of grown And stick to I., 0. TJ, with a properly signed petition

'wishes him 'success In his new and Quite 'a number of 'visitors were' in firing five times'without effect Finn '- people this summer --Chicago Chronicle., of. reputable" persons' Address, .
r then said "It is' time;
; .broader venture y now my
I ;" ; Ocala Monday from various portionsof C. J. McCRANEY ,f
." -r'1. and the first shot nfticted weather as is a, pretty
-'" the.county among whom we noted Game'Warden, Stanton, FlaV '
!? Mr, Herbert L., 'Anderson is 'con the following C. C: Priest .F.. ')V. and perhaps mortal wound ,on his 'op ,and.comfortable Go-Cart REMOVED In Ten'Days.Nadmola. S36tW c' = -', ;

v* .Cemplating"erecting a' t -story -Flof- Ellison, Dr; D. A. Smith. Mf Murphy : ponent.. L -- for this '''b QI. Let us'.'' .f .- "' ,...t..r .<

r :Jda'pme.brlck or artificial stone bulldQg and B. C- Murphy of Anthony; Mir and .Mrs:. Pierre MCFarlandBealer show, hem. to ;you and_ : WANTED=:Two good J. teamsters" '''"and-

'4 on:the .ot-west1 of Messrs Rheln.Vuer .- Hi Rl Shaw,'of Levon,.T..E. Pritchett, ''prices. An, The Complexion two good Borg*:hands 't) :\bejp .
quote .
of Atlanta, announce the birth .you '
tf: and Company,;whlchIs now.ocTMr.E .- of'' Candler;. A. P.', Monroe; of Pine; stock'to' select, en-. around, a1' inil lt/Apply 'to W.'"T.'Lohrig .
their extensive :
ota 'daughter at home at toe -
cupied :: .'Whaley.. : W; E. ;Nix: of:Kendrick; 'Thomas Me-: :Jorsei ty tfunuaa&cl ,.64'W; Broadway;Ocala.2 "\
lj. o morning; :August< 24. Mrs. Bealer from "' :; ;i* "!:: .t- '
Lain, .of Fort; McCoy; '>;. W : McDph grateful la if Jet,tad & 'tf -
was. formerly Miss .EnestineBamby f i"J' .
f. '''Ii Severe)I, postal-'cards, were 'received aid; of 'Fort King; W; J. Hogan and '{ .__ {fuarwteed to rtmore <,, : r j. :
i< n 0 aia.yesterday afternoon from'Mr.I ; son oMarShvllle: ; A.'O. 'Harper; of of this city.' 'OPPJttian&Spn, if'all'i. ?a1 clli discolor' "The'famous''Whfte1HQusescber ion!

? : iJ \ 'Woo front: !Lucerne Daisy A,. A.'Graham; f.f c *'W: ." : M tiot .ini' 'restore ttworst ladies and gentlemen, and'the' faster 1
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: ..t".I>3Witierlaad. 'He.: was'enroute to his H.; Cliftpn;:6f'<:'Cottage' Hill. Buford. received byus.Will*you be, one ,to j ia Slob. |fcoes for'girls'and'1bdys'mnot :

." l. s 't'--Ybood -home''- In', Scotland,'' and.' here, Leitner and.'son; '.of iGriner- Farm; takeadvantage. ofj their arrival. ;and '#j .,OCala! .flu: at a1t cues LIeaJii twenty. ;gC:std P.iua.ei, rby niu7: .W ucpassed 4wfi 'Ia:the cfty'f f.r.or'style* '

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THE BERLIN AND had Hlcksoa IN THE GRAHAMVILLE AND ploy of Mr. :McGehee and Mayo at-
We one of the ha dent rainslast FORT McCOY BARBECUE Mrs. William returned to

MARTEL Saturday that'tnis=: vicinity has her home'at, Orange Lake after"an extended CONNOR COUNTRY. their'store In Belleview. ,

witnessed In yearsMr. Correspondence Ocala .Banner:; visit to her daughter and family Mr and Mrs. Nathan Mayo and lituo -' '

;y 'Correspondence Ocala Banner: I Sam Pettaway was in this Of all the county picnics and barbecues ; Mrs. F,. P. Walker of Jackson Correspondence Ocala Banner: son are at Seabreeze for a few ;'

.p }[r. and Mrs. J. H. Brooks, who vicinity looking, after his turpentine we have ever been too we will ville. On Friday we attended, the picnic days rest. *

'- ,' hare been .in south Florida the past property. say the one.Friday at Fort cCoy'was Mr. J. Christian is home from and barbecue at Fort McCoy and while lira.George Proctor entertained ,a;::?

two weeks, returned ,to their home:at Mrs. Phoebe Sparkman continuesto the best and the greatest. New York where he has been for the there'' we had the honor of shaking company of young people in a delightful :

Martel Tuesdayr keep very ilL It is hoped that she : Fort McCoy Is, six miles from the p-st month on business. bands with the governor of Florida. manner Tuesday' evening in honor :

Mrs. W. W. Clyatt and Miss.Ger. will soon be up. !I nearest railway' station, and six miles Mrs. L. M. Baldwin has gone to Among the people from this section of her guest, Miss Charlotte Leitner,<'

trude Bachelder, who were the guestsof [from the nearest steamboat landing who went were: Mr, and Mrs. Paul of Anthony.
It is hoped that the next general Tiibotton, Ga, to look after her interests -
Miss Ernestine Brooks at Martel, assembly will enact some law that will 1 yet 'there were one thousand, peopleat in large real estate that has Fore, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver McDonald, ECHO. .
while her parents ib south FlorIda Mr. Ned Williamsson, Mr. Jack Randall -
; were the picnic Friday.
effect anyone trying to farm without been lately left her by a wilL
returned to their home in Ocala Mr. John Calvin Hale and Mr. L. FAIRFIELD.Correspondent .
Fort McCoy never does things by
having a good fence before crops are Mr. and Mrs.'I... V. Porter have both
,-Tuesday' planted. There are some fences in halves when celebrating her annual been quite sick with fever: the past M. Graham -

llr. and sirs. E. P. Collins and children this neighborhood where you can actually feast days. Tne spirited people of. few days. Glad to report both much Mr. and, Mrs. Oliver McDodanId, of Ocala Banner. '

of Evinston after visiting :Mrs. step over the fence! If we are that place combined a few weeks previous better. Ocala, are visiting Mrs. McDonald's (The operator will consider it a personal

W. E. McCully and Misses Reggie and Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Smith, 'favor if correspondents will '
_4 going to have fences why not have a to this event and wrote to, the Paul D. Bateman will move to Orange parents, I
; :Winifred McCully and Mr. and'Mrs.. 'and :Miss Dora Smith and Mr. and write on smaller sheets of paper.)
law to compel people to have lawful governor of Florida at Tallahassee to Lake about the first of September "
_ y c._.c. ,Stevens, have returned home. fences Some have very sorry fences come down and feast with them and having formed a partnership with Mrs. Paul Fore The Baptist meeting closed on

'f' Mr. Jack McCully is very busy j' to give them one of his eloquent Mr, and Mrs. Tom Randall and :Mr. Monday night, as the people were unable
and cows go into their They f his brother, C. E. ,Bateman, of this
; gathering his fine crop of bay as is expect you to yoke or chain their speeches for which he is now so fa 1'lace. ,Pink Stephens have returned irom a to attend on account of sick "

3 also Mr. L. J. Scckinger and Mr. Jas. mous. week's fishing trip to Lake Kerr. ness.
'J heads, when really they are at fault Mr Blake Walker gave a repcep-
Hughens. H. Carlton and children, Quite a crowd of the Flemingtonfolks _-
Mrs. W.
The governor came. Of course he
by not having a fence that a cow can'tstep tion to his young friends last nightin .
x Corn is now ready for the crib and over. know of several instances came. He could not very well help it. honor of three of his school mates Alberta and Dillion Allen have returned were out Sunday. We thank

the farmers are preparing to gather He was bound to come when such to Ocala. them for their presence and hope to '.'
where cattle have been shot and that are visiting.. him, viz: Henry Belcher "
same. wounded and in some cases killed and prominent people as Mr. E. L Wart- of St Petersburg. Albert Griffin ': Mr. John M. Graham came down see them every fourth Suaday. .

Professor, and Mrs. J. W. Lyles. of. it was impossible to prove who did it. man, of Citra and Hon. J. W. Stevens o' Anthony, ad Edward Rice of Uma- :from the "Brick City" Saturday and The new railroad is somewhat pro.l

Ocala; came down ,Sunday, the 20th, While the writer does not own 'a, cow and Rev. Harmon Martin were on :Ub! Prom all reports the young spent Sunday and Monday with his gressing. Things are coming our '-'

} to see their daughter, Mrs. J. W.. Sel on earth, he can see the evil of people the committeee who corresponded i upio had a very enjoyable evening. parents Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Graham.Dr. way. Everybody is interested ia it ;

i lers. trying' to farm with-.a bad fence. with him at Tallahassee. Percy Hsk and charming sister Superintendent J. B. Cutler was here ",

.. -- A new turpentine gentleman! arrived Cattle would not go over a four and a Four beeves ten sheep, four kids ORANGE LAKE. Miss Nettie Lisk are spending last week and went to Mont Brook. ,;-

i at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. half foot fence. constituted the barbecued meats. this :week at Salt Springs, near Lake Mr. J. H. Walker and Mr. E. L. '..

M. Sellers on Tuesday the J t. The cotton that,was' in the field There were two ice cream stands on Correspondence Ocala Banner: Searge. Anderson went to Blitchton Tuesday ,

Mr. Sumter' B.' Brooks has moved when the last rain began last week,is the grounds and refreshments in that. Mrs. Hickson returned last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Long and to see E. B. Polk concerning t&e

--:- his. household goods 'to Zuber. Mrs. damaged a great deal. Lots of it is line were plentiful. from Jacksonville where she has children are visiting Mrs. Long's parents "Grits and Gravy"' railroad ,, .

__k finishes building his residence at sprouting and stained badly. A short while after eleven *,'-'-_.- been visiting her daughters Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wellhorner, Mr. Ford, of Gainesville, came don: n_

fif-' Mr. and Mrs. M. P, Frink who' are CORRESPONDENT.ANTHONY. after nearly everyone had arrived. Walker and Mrs. Whitney.The ,in Connor. I Monday night to relieve Mr. Robert

*, -. ,Mrs. Brooks parents, until ,Mr. Brooks I Rev. Martin in his most fervid and home of Mr. and Mrs D. H. Our "belle Miss Rebecca Counts Ellis, of Gainesville who has been

finishes ''building his residences at ,I eloquent manner of speaking introduced Murry was visited by a dear Utttle is visiting her cousin, Miss Jessie veym with fever.

Zuber. Correspondence, Ocala Banner: Governor Napoleon Bonaparte: baby last Sunday morning at one Woods, in Ocala. Mr; Lancaster of' Ocala, .was herewith
sr-, We visited the ,Berlin, school last Well, "Blue Bell' will come again. 3roward, of Tallahassee, to the one: o'clock. The Broksvflle Southern Argus of Mr. Tate last week

m Friday and found everyone,there ,hard She has just ,returned from, a very thousand: men, women and children j' There was an ice cream social given August 16 says: Miss Lula Long, after Mr. Laurie Best came home Saturday v

at work studying., While there several pleasant visit south, and she wouldbe assembled.The Tuesday an extended visit to her brother, I night and left again Monday
last night ,at the home of
of the different classes recited delighted to tell you all about it governor' speech was the finest I' Mr. and Mrs. David Cameron for the Mr. J. M. Long left for her' nome at I delivering the good old Steel Range

4; :and everyone knew their lessons to a! but is afraid it would not interest you that-he had ever heard. The governor at Grahamville today. i Stoves. ...
purpose of raising money to pay for :
'T. Professor Irvine and his sister. all like it does her. is a great speaker., He will equal for the Mr..and Mrs. A. L. ,Holly and Little Wallace Bureh. of Clyatt is. '''' '
the organ ,recently purchased
;_ .. Hiss Lucy-Irvine{ cbnducijthe. : school, "Bine Bell' notices that while she Senator Bailey or Hoke. Smith in our Baptist church. It proved. to be quitea ren, of Oxford, who have been on a visiting his brother. Engineer, H. El.Burcli. .

In .dock work order.>and it is done was away. "June Bag" said he noticed -opinion.The success and every one reported a two weeks visit to Mrs. Holly's par- .

"thoroughly tOO-. _j-* in Anthony news that "Blue .Bell draining of the everglades was pleasant time.Charlie'and. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Long at Royal Sznoak, son of Mr:'J. 1...' ?

Berlin ,has a flourishing Sunday has lots, of weddings to write about, what he spoke about, but since reports Patt Island, returned to Oxford Wed- Smoak, of Ocala, is visiting his little :;
Gladys Berry who
.-school Mr. DaVtd Beck is its popular and wondered how long before she have already gone in to the Bannerwe are nesday.Mr. friends, Arthur and Claude Rou, this '
visiting their uncle. Rev. T..F. Cooper,
superintendent :and;;Misses Irene and would step off? Reauy, "June Bug," will not repeat However we Walter Sewell of ,Lynn, paid week.
at Lady Lake, are expected home in
Atta BeckjjQrgahlsts; Sunday school "Blue ,Bell" is afraid to step off for will.say that before ,the governor .Grahamyillittes a visit last Sunday. Little Glen Gibson: has been sick -

meets very;Sunday; afternoon aiTttiree she might make a mistake. finished speaking he had the whole a few days. Cosfie again Walt. with fever but has recovered some ;

-, o'clock. Say, "J. B." don't you worry about gathering on his side so plain did he Mr. B. R. Chambers is visiting Mr. The Grahamville public school will whatMiss -

Roard overSeers' in, the Berlin and show and explain what he was talking Coper at Orange Lake. on Monday week. of
... T., M." Good thing to be a mind open Janie Scott and brother, _
,.Martel... section have the western reader sometimes.. Don't be discour- about pertaining to thedrainageof The :Methodist quarterly conference The Wilson Cypress Co.'s launch Orange Lake, were at their TJada ';
Y spirit: .in 'that"they 'are hustlers land aged "F. M..' ,for "June Bug" will the everglades of Florida. will convene here the 30 and 31 of the "Rust* came up Saturday evening Bob Sc tt's Monday. ,

consequently these ,county '_s--.. soon be out of season. See? The governor said that this was,the August. There will be preaching to pay off the men on the com Dr. Nichols has chicken pox

_ always in good shape. They are not Mrs. Davis Baskin 'returned Tues- largest country gathering that he' the evening of August 31. We hopeit pany's pull boat No. 2. Miss Lula Jennings is on the sick

like the "rahatPylUe roads j.o Ocala. day from Sarasota, after a very pleasant had so far spoken to. will be well attended. Pastor'Saun- Capt. Pat Randall says that his list again.

{ The roads qver there are the worst visit- to her brother' nere' .- Mr. He paid a most beautiful tribute to ders, of the Methodist church here, is pleasure launch the? "Winona," is Mr. M. L. Payne came home after x

that we know about- Hamden Smith. the ladies before closing his before a fine preacher. He makes one feelas now ready for excursion trips up and visiting hIs daughter at Belleview

We have for the past' three years Miss F.. Harvey returned Monday'',' dinner talk, and they, too were con- if they had learned something from down, the river.: Mrs.' Green. ---

.& ridden over there, and can say that the from Cedar Key, where she has been vinced that the governor was right in each 'sermon, and that there .fA still Mr. and :Mrs.. Charles Marsh and Mr. and Mrs. John Smoak went to

holes which were in them when we visiting several weeks. She was accompanied his drainage platform. more to learn., children win shortly move to St Aug. Ocala, also to Bellevtew to visit Mrs. :;

'#-< 'first traveled them are still th re. We home by her sister :Mrs Three cheers were given at .ae end Mr. Arthur Griffin of Anthony, :Mr. ustine. returning home.

'r would very much' like to, know what Smith and husband. of the governor's talk before dinner. Ed. Belcher of St Petersburg, were Mr. Alvarez Long has returned from Mr. Lou Smoak, of Miami visited

5 the 'county' commissioners do in that Anthony was well represented at, He talked for about two hours be- the guests of Miss Ruby Waltes for Patt Island. He went over to put his his children here last week. '

:: ,. : section. Over here,'they are working Fort McCoy picnic Friday. All reported -fore dinner. We do not know how several days last week" cattle on the winter range. Mr. Cecil Lohrig is with his brother

for the Berlin and Martel roads and a fine time. long he talked after dinner as we had :Mr. Daniels, who has been visitingher Last Saturday while Mr. William Otto this week. He will stay until

_ r they certainly are good ones. Mr. Lawrence urantham, of Sparr to leave before he finished talking.Col. sister, Mrs. D. H. Burry, will F-iacley was taking his launch, the school begins.

We have just, '.recently received a ,,'as in and around our town Sunday. C. "L. Bittinger of the Star as leave Thursday for her home at New "CJ lser," down the Ocklawaha he ,ran JOHN.

letter from Mr.. Sid McG.; Carraway; The' writer spent the evening very a committee of one-himself-asked Smyrna. info a creek and became lost. As he

who is located at Sanford Fla. He pleasantly with Mrs. J. B. Irby Mon the governor to be in Ocala October The weather is quite pleasant, at rounded the crook at the mouth of DAISY NO. 1.

says that he is doing fine down there. day in town. 17, at the laying of the cornor stoneof present. The light showers everyday Eaton's creek the creek being as -

__ .', He owns. 'a third interest in an $18' Mr. H. B. Moore spent Sunday and the new Marion county court house. make the heat more bearable. wide as the river and the straightest Correspondence Ocala Banner: s

\ turpentine tract and owns a gen. Monday with his family here. He-said that, he would certainly 0. C. he took the creek and ran up it for their The farmers are busy harvesting

eral, mercantile store at the growing I Miss Likian Bassett, one of Citrus come. several hundren yards to where a log, corn crop. :

= I ,city of Sanford, Mr. Carraway's_ folks ,! county's most highly accomplishedyoung ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM. KENDRICK ITEMS. stayed his progress and finding We heard wedding bells ringing last :

are living at Oveida. teachers who has been spend .that he was in strange waters he. Sunday but could not locate them for ,
MclNTOSH ITEMS. Correspondence Ocala Banner. some time. At last
we them
'u'the party whom we have noted ing the past month with her father, broke his right arm 'this morning. "'
"Guess" has been visiting so much ,i it the home of Mrs. S. P. Marsh. Mr.
n going iIa! certain direction_ in a top ]ir: J.T. Bassettt, will leave Thursday Correspondence Ocala Banner; river. '
f. that sne failed to get last week'sitems A. O. Harper and Miss Blanche :Marsh
buggy for several Sundays in succession for Holder. Miss Bassett's homeis Dr E. P. Guerrant had the misfortune Mr. Alvarez Long has just informedus
in our fayprite paper. were ynited in
marriage on that day.
will be so kind as to;let us know at Anthony, but she spends most of to lose his residence and barb that his youngest son, Marsdell,, '
Miss Lillian Spiers, of Hernando, The bride
beautiful her
in -
whe.theha'pr t will be, we will her time teaching in Citrus county. by fire about one o'clock this morning broks his right arm this miming. _
and little Mable Aikins of Ocala have gown of white and .'
the in
groom his
send,to Oregon jand get some garlands Mr. Ernest Luffman of Sparr was losing almost everything he had The little fellow and his other two _
been visiting their aunt,. Mrs Beulah of black.
of the Oregon grape to twine with the calling in our vicinity last Sunday., in both residence and barn*, narrowlyc'apIng brothersSolomon and Davis, were -
Carrington. Shoruy after the
Florida orange blossom and the lilies Last Saturday evening at the homeof himself being aroused from playing in the barn. The boys had an ceremony was per-
Mrs Robertson of Ocala visiting formed Y
was the bride
groom OB
; .of the .valley. Anyhow we are ,now Mr. and Mrs. Hillmans, 'the infantof his slumbers in a suffocating,.condi old hammock swinging from the rafters -
her sister Mrs J. E. their
Turnip- honeymoon.
$? c saving up all, the: rice ,and' old shoes Mrs. Tom Mooneyhan passed out tion. Fortunately no stock was lostin of the crib and two of the boys The writer joins in .:
last week.
which we can lay our hands on and of this life into the beyond Where the barn. This is a serious loss to seed Little Ruth Nix happened to a were in it, and Marsdell was standing J and congratulations happYife. wishing them a long is

: : we are also gathering;together all the mere is no more pain; no sorrows; the doctor and only partially insured. by and as he made a lunge toward !
rather bad accident last week. While I The barbecue
'-' tin pans cowbells, plow sweeps and nothing but happiness. Little Emma Mrs. Guerrant ,and baby are away the hammock he missed it and fell to at Fort :McCoy last
climbing fence she fell on one of Friday '
I' was a grand success all but in
horns In the enighborhood in order to the ground and broke his right
was but eleven months old and wasa from home. The doctor:will temporarily arm. }
the sharpened pickets, which cut a one thing. We
J thought that Fort McCoy
fully out plans to celebrate Dr. Powers of Ocala '
carry bright and beautiful child. Every- stop in Dr. Dean's residence, ,- was Immediately
large gash in her arm. She was taken had thankful
: a set of but
... that which. we all think' is sure to thing was done to kep her with us, but known as the Elter place. phoned for. 1 people
to the doctor immediately and when there '
J_ ; come to pass in the near future. God knew best and took the little J. M. Waits, of Quincy, made his Mr. and Mrs. A L. Mills,,bf Lynne 'I were no thanks given and the ';
last heard from was getting along larger
wa : ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM. tie jewel to his home beyond the many friends at McIntosh and Orange are the guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. E. L.I were greatly surprised ::0 t:
nicely. and we think
that next August that :
Mills, in Conner
skies Lake visit this week today.
: a flying ; Everybody
; BLITCHTON, ,ITEMS. Mrs. W. T' Richey was visiting relatives the people had better just give a bas- "
Little Emma' thou hast left us, was glad to see Mr. Waits and ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM.
-, \ Correspondence Ocala Banner., in Ocala and Agnew Saturdayand ket picnic for the meat did not do '
Left us forever more, would rejoice to again see him a, resident
:; ... Mrs Baldwin! left last Monday' for But we1Lmeet you little darling, of, this place. Sunday, BELLEVIEW. the people much good. Some claimed
-1 v Carters iUe, Ga., to visit relatives, Master' Willie, Grace has gone to -- that the meat went around. That was
: On the other shore. Mr. S.H. GaitsBll -
and wife left
Georgia to visit relatives. His sister Correspondence .Ocala Banner: right it few'around
while there she will attend the went-around and
_ The remains were laid to rest in I this week for a month's recreation in Mrs. Terrill died ;
at the
meetings at that place conducted = will accompany him home. home of at that and if you got any you had -
the Ocala cemetery Sunday evening.The the mountains or North Carolina.Mr. '
by Rev Sam Jones.. Mrs. E. W. Jones, nee Miss Abbie her son, Judge L. L. Hopkins Saturday to halt the meat man '" .
family has our deepest sympathy J,, B. of St
Floyd, Augustine, afternoon after
Silvia James was shot and killed by Turnipseed. formerly of this place, a brief illness. Well I will stop, for the editor *
: tn their hour of bereavement. ;
was hero liking after his
", ; ,desperate Adam Joshua Saturday. property but now of Agnew is able to be out The funeral was held Monday at9 a. m1gh 'get tlr'edof printing.
negro. Just month before Mrs. '
Mooney. interest ail mixing with his friends. "
and '
:Y The again after a spell of sickness. m. was attended by a large number HERE _
district constable was ham had laid to rest her eldest daughter While here Le rented his AND THERE.
property on of friends.
}" -away and ,Justice Richard appointed : Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb went to The Rev Mr. Barze, _
aged two yeap. Nellie was also the A, C. L. railway to C.. E. and P. officiating. The. I
Grahamville to visit and left the
Tuesday Mr. on
; special constables to.capture the 1 NO. 2.
: laid to rest in Ocala cemetery. God D. Batcman. I
murderer, and they found him In the Mrs. C. R 'Nix. noon train with the body for Danbury, Correspondence Ocala:Banner:
lays his hand hard
very upon us Rush brothers have the
bought Conn where laid
hammock Mrs Russell, of Inverness was visiting will be to rest. We .
He made a fight and it are having disagreeable
sometimes but He knows best in all Hobbs and Hines tract of land lying very
_her sister Mrs. C. C. Driest, last Terrill, who was one of
took six men to overpower him and weather at the present moment.
4 ,tie his hands. He nearly drunk things. in front of their valuable grove prop- ,week. From here she went to Starke, those dear old ladies whom to know The barbecue at was '-
was Well ,items are, scarce this week erty near South Side. Mr. S. H. Gait. Fort McCoy i
to love.
struck where she will make her home as her was /We shall miss her but
and several ,about the head. and we' feel sorry we have to send skill ,made the sale. grand.. There was about five hundred ,-,
loss is her
Coronor Richard impaneled a 'Sunday husband will take charge. of,the school our gain. She was eighty- present and all
: jury had time.
you such little news. ,Best I can do Mrs. McElvey, of Gainesville is nine years, one month a jolly
there and
mornIng and held an inquest over ; twenty. Mrs. A. P. Marsh next
yet awhile. visiting her da.ighterr Mrs. M. L will leave
three days old _
the body of the., murdered woman. But say, there is a' certain young S1dtt. Prayer meeting is held here every Friday for the lake county where she....'
They promptly rendered a yerdict that Sunday night and was largely attend Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Polly and three will spend while
lady in town ;that asked me to say Dr. P. Burgin came home from children Mrs. with her little son
she came to her death from a gunshot ed last Sunday. A.. .T Whittier, Miss and daughter.. '
that there is certain in We wish her a 'pleaant
a young man Hernando for a few days this week.
hands There 'will be preaching here. Sunk Grace,Miller, Miss Ella Lyles and Mr.
wound in the of one Adam has visitMr .
town who a little dog _at his home The doctor is
making arrangementsto
and Mrs.
Joshua u.d' he 'given day by ReT Sanders. Washburn and Miss Emma .
was a preliminary finest
-r that is continually howling which .is drug YS Priest has .got the ,
soon store Her
a at

open up : Washburd
F ; i If the gentleman of this. 1Ace who left last week for .Mount '
:, trial Monday and was committed ; little farmer Tic
.her. of
: verY annoying to, as she lives nando, but his home will be still in Dora anyone in our
.- .to jail to await the action. (the grand next house. saT.' .young. man, untie ,i MeIntosh.I viaits.the lands of.the. flat''woods,regular camp ground_to attend the: camp- !Inity It is a perfect little peach. It :

-r-s., .jury' IB: Decfffiben .;Hoo. Edw*, Davis him. and he" wont. ,"howl, 'so.- Probablyhe I James, Bedford .jr, of 'Gainesville, attempts ,to .visit there this them mreting.on Monday.Miss Reba From Bryant, .joined is .better'tor It to be a peach than a ._ .
should be
weather considered true
'conducted a Dora
tAe prosecution., pair for
doesn't know it her for I and' they'wotald have to hunt t"IJ" ;
:annoys: is visiting relatives friends here -
Miss Grace
KiL'SUiU lover' bold'.il'it has rained there like ;; Miller goes, to .Sanford "
Willis quite sick at I names instead -
r feel sure he would try.somewayjoprevent : of one. :::
for a' few days.: where ,she' has position "
-;the,home,of her son,'W. JiWll, 1s. She her, being" annoyed.., "&. B.1 Mr., L;. T. Hickmaa Pent several it has here..GUESS. for., a as stenographer I Mrs:A. :Pi 'Marsh, and mother visited '"

__;_ :--J ,.'Is one. among' the" oldest settlers of knows, it ia, annoyiaa;': ,for:,she tried days .at, Ocklawaha and.Crystal_ River p.-rg. 'Chase: &,Co,,.o ge'ship.' relatives at Eureka last Sunday. :

jtMs.county, being,eighty.years! :of age. to spend.tfle evening',with this- young the past=-weeL Killing' the:"white>;fly-with copped Mrank'Washbura I We noticed the Grahamvfllfat. writer I. :'

.., Mrsi.J W.Coulter'l&onettho'sick; ; : ; : drd' failed .of. r ; returned Mon the )barbecue write -
account to
oa. doggie. dots
\ Howard ARes took ia: Ocala and as Is about on ,* par,,with catching day .from a thre months taking
__ If '. llatrut:is;tetter,at;&* writing: .**% ;BLUE"BELL.. Silver 'Springs this week f birds' stay: at from, and 'we.' are expecting a nice '
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MISS' SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS.. From Friday's Dally. Wells and Ben Jones, whose arrest Wade and McNair Add Olther Valuable S.. BUTCH., Mgr. J. C. BOOZER Attt.M,,., .

} r ': Local Editor. The Ocala board of trade held a for unlawfully fishing in .the Ockla- Property to Their: Already GEO, J., GLITCH Teller. .

call meeting yesterday afternoon at waha :river, was noted in\hese columns Large Holdings. 4

Capt. Allen.Gibson, of Leesburg, some time ago were*tried be- --.
four o'clock in the city council cham- '
Mn The Hold
: Chas.Byrne of the United Strong the
was a visitor tQ.Ocala Friday fore Judge Bell Thursday,, The. parties .

ber.The entered .a plea of guilty and were States .army" With headquarters at

.Litttle Hiss. Ruth Errtn ,is visiting most important thing that came fined $250 or $15 and costsaagainst Fort Riley, Kan, and the well known

Ids Citra. at the:: home of her Qncl .' before:the board was the report of the each.A '
owner of much valuable timber landsin COMMERCIAL BANK I
committee sent to Gainesville to in- launch and three row boats and
Mr. Roy Reagan, of Brooksville, this vicinity, Saturday disposed of '

was in the city Saturday between terview the officials of the G.*& G. railway the fishing apparatus was confiscatedand fourteen hundred acres of fine hardwood ',; ;V
ordered to be sold the sheriff. OCALA
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; trains. ; n > : to ,try, to get them to deflect the and pine timber to the naval
.i\ The launch was reprieved by W R.
} road and have it through Ocala stores firm of Wade and McNair, of I. '
/air, and Mrs Royal E. Col, have pass Saunders, of Crescent City. He claimed ::
; Fairfield of which Mr. A. J. McLaughlin : '
,, Darned their infant son;>>Chainblis"silunroe on, ,its way down the peninsular. ownership of the same, having is manager... The deal was made Has Upon Public Confidence is ,EviT : -

'Cole. ,: >-""\' .<. The:,committee made a most excell- sold it to these parties. The paymentswere through,Mr. T. Lancaster, who represents -
;'': t,"' : ent showing x>f Ocala before the officials due August 10, but the; launch; Major Byrne in his interests by its Large and Increasing;;

) ra. George;R. Troxler' went up to having been seized, payments, were ',
by exhibiting ,the amount of V here. The purchasing price is not Business .
Anthony Saturday to spend a few days refused. I "

t t the'guest of her friend,, Mrs. .Jr C. trade done in this city as shown by Mr. W. J. Teutoa>entered bond with! definitely known but said to exceed

: VV Howell. \: statistics compiled from railway and Mr. Saunders and the case will be $20,000. .'
: .>. = other data and the, committee made .a -
; -' tried at the next term of the circuits Fathers Phosphate Industry... >
TMr? John T1 Lewis, of Moss Bluff, most favorable report of their visit ) .
court ; The Hon. Frank, A. Teague, of ,
who' attended-the Fort:McCoy barbecue f
I *,$> ( ; : to Gainesville.The Our own opinion ist that j thesdfishing Ocala; the famous chairman of the W. A. KNIGHT. L. E. LANG.
1 ii returned home, after. also made
committee supple-
i af Saturday: a laws wrong'and
#. are subject Marion, county commisisoners ,a number V
i coon.- mentary report, stating that Mr. At- '
y many poor people to severe hard4ships. of years, ,ago and leading. spirit,
kinson, -superintendent of this rail- ANNOUNCEMENT.
s :Ben Fienberg, of Dunnellon, was in ; in the building of hard roads in Florida
visited Ocala and had
had since
road, .
K's t Ocala -Saturday on his way home Men. who .are dependent on'their ef* and of the charter; members

from<<. ,Savannah, where, he: has been seen for himself the condition 'of affairs forts for a living, ,should be,, allowed of the Dunnellon Phosphate Co., We have just purchased the Wa goo and Harness busiaew. of Messrs.S. .

T > for, several-months.. here and had been driven to all to make the same in any commendable is spending the week with his old A.' Standley& Company, and propose to a4d, to the stock of goods.every

fi .' points interest in the vicinity of way. .' time friend, Albertus Togt, at the Tre- thing that Is needful to' make it aCOMPLETE LINE In every sense of

VfrV Mrs. Henry Gordon VV and little daugh- our city and that Mr. Atkinson stated Fishing with nets and traps) is as mont hotel, this city. There will doubt the word.. We are agents,for several of the best Farm Wagons on the market *
came' J that some moneyed men in New York ; also several makes of Buggies Besides these "we handle 'a great V*
; ter home. Saturday. form Green. old as' civilization and there are justas less be sometning doing in the .
I who interested in the riety.of vehicles either of which we stand ready- to fully
city are con- guarantee.
aV ; Springy,.and,f Tampa, wHere they had, ; : many !fish in the ocean, lakes and phosphate and timber circles in I

been spending. several weeks.i struction of1 the road will visit Ocala streams today as there were when the next I few days.. It is re- High Grade Buggies Serviceable Carriages ='
J. next week and, will ,definitely deter- ,
-- Christ fished on the sea of Galilee. harkable of the original organizers of V '
LV Miss Mildred d Sumner who has beenon mine whether or not Ocala will be Unexcelled Wagons, Harness,
The big fish are onstantlyeating the first hard rock mining'company

'a visit to Tier sister, Mrs. Austin included on its lines in its survey the litttle ones but in the wise econ* in Florida, consisting of Albertus and Lap Robes, Etc., Etc. V

"Waldron.. at the'residence'of Itfr. and southward.. -
omy of nature they are always replenished *. John W. Vogt, F.-A. Teague, and Sam Turpentine 'Wagons J
Mrs. P., H. Glllan has returned home. '1 ne following is the report of the and a Specialty.
abundantly so. uel W Teague, .Major C. K. Dutton; '
committee.: _. We are Always In Position to Meet th Prices of Legitimate -1
told old e Competition.
We by fisherman
.the' were an of New York, and. Mr John F. Dunn,
Mr. "Shorty .Hayes, of Brooks-
Ocala; Fla., Aug. 23, 1906. "
ville spoke and rimfactory,.who ,with Mr. President and Members of the not long since that the bag fish deg of Ocala, that everyone of the, organ We are Sole Agents for ,the celebrated White_ Hsckory.T Ut-
of the small fish than _
stroy more
are nizers. of the. famous
: internationally .
his mother has been spending
and '
of Trade Farm
Board : pentine Wagon.Knight&. .
ever caught in traps or'seines an .
at Lake Weir/was in the city: Saturday We committee appointed to mining company are now dead, excepting
your .
yet tneir numbers are scarcely di- Mr; Frank A. Teague and Al
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confer with the Gainesville & Gulf '
j. fit minished. bertus Vogt Lakeland News.V
c f Mr. Afe: McLaughlin, of Fairfield, railroad company, relative to the proposed Besides this the United States Government : Lang:

who Isljust.honie.from. a trip ,to New extension of their line from have fish hatcheries all over The End'of the World., V V :

x ri Yorkl'f'w oCala Fairfield south, beg to report that the and fish free of of troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe .'
;In Friday.thaChehad'a'great He, says country supply (Successorsto Standlev and Co.) ,
we went to Gainesville on Friday, Au- of Bear 'Grove la. of all usefulness
: J time on his re- cost., .
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; ceut'rrip.: >r gust 23rd and by appointment met Let the poor men' fish. .came when he began taking Electric

.-.. .:,, '.. ,:> with the officials of the G. & G. railroad Bitters. He writes "Two
\' years ago
u '
-! |MessrV.aBryan" Ausley and Oliver, at their office Sunday morningat Ladies .Kill Big Rattler. Kidney trouble caused me great suf-- YOUR DINING. ROOM?

ofJ; Martel; 'iand Mr. L. Ballard, 9 o'clock. We presented the peti- Friday afternoon while Mrs. P. W. fering, which I woud never have survived ,

of;Cornell,: -attended the meeting oftheTRoyalArchfMasons tion prepared by your president and Whiteside, Miss Josie Williams, Miss had .I .no taken Electric Bitters -

:<"' .. ; : ; in this ..'.cityFrjdy the figures showing ,amount of busi- Eevlyn Pelot and Miss Josie Bullock They; also cured me of General Have: you Everything you need for it? ,, "

:night. .. ": ness done by, the railroads"at presentIn were driving to a barbecue given in Debility? Sure cure,! fOil all. Stomach, .1

: rr:- 1 t..; t1f'e our city' together with other letters the Shady Grove community their Liver and Kidney complaints, Blood Weihave{ recently received some Fine Dining Room,Furniture! .

K l rJ 'IL: Harvey, who is the- ma- etc.. After which Col. Maurice Strauss horse shied at something in the road, diseases, Headache,' Dizziness and V V l
; "h nlstatxthe, McDowell Crate and forth SUCH AS '
addressed the officials setting
which on examination proved to bea Weakness or bodily decline. Price .
lvumber'mlll at Anthony, was visiting bus- >1=
? > the many advantages and good big rattlesnake coiled up ready for 50c., .Guaranteed by Tydings' drug.. SIDEBOARDS "
friends!,transacting: business in road should CHINA CLOSETS
< ; iness reasons wny the action. Mrs. Whiteside and Miss Bul- store. "
the citpiFriday.. ., come to our city, Impressing upon lock alighted and with the assistanceof -TABLES V "''=;J -

:: them, we believe very forcibly that a colored man succeeded in puttinghis Mr. Croy and the Cows. .
Mrs. O E; Wilder: and little .daugh- BUFFETS and CHAIRS :.
Jacksonville.Hfter we, by right of population, importanceand snakeship permanently out of bus To the Editor',Ocala Banner: I
ter, of spending a '. ', ,,
r few dais. in Ocala, ;;thej guests of Mr., 'amount of business have which the main we iness. He' measured five feet in For a couple of nights there were It will be a pleasure show:them to you and give you prices
could give them, should streets .
the to of
rattles. Whileall no cows on speak
length and had eight ,
,: and Mjs.; A. P.: Gilmqre;:.went. southSatuaay ,
afternoon.'" ':e line through our city instead of a came out of the skirmish withouta and myself .and others thought that

l ', \ branch as we understand was their scratch the ladies are not .looking nuisance was a tning of the past; OCAL1 FilBHIIIIIIE( COMPANY.!

r Mh.W*' Ho.i (ICarlton;.,.;formerly of purpose. for a repetition of the day's experi but, not .so, for on Thursday night .

Jacksorivtl/e' / ,!.but now'rwith- Mr, Mal- In saying that our ".Spokesman"made ences. they were worse than ever. They E. C. SMITH. C. V. ROBERTS.. !

: lory -Liddoiu'has! moved"";hisJ family Tto an elegant effort Is putting it ought not given vilege of .

IStT&- this stopping with'his !sister mildly. The 'officials present were A September Wedding. the streets much longer for: Ocala is

_= afth&Carlton. house ;> jMiss. General Manager Atkinson, Vice-pres- Invitations have been issued to the too pretty and prosperous a city to

> -: ident Stuckey, General Council Simon- marriage of Miss Edna Maude Tucker allow such 'a nuisance and besides it Fifty Head of fine Horses

J '.,>Emma" Wasnournibrie- ;- of thethe ton, General Superintendent Cutler the youngest daughter of Capt., W b 4 pretty advertisement_ for any ,

nurses 'at the Marion..county;* uos- with a stenographer who made a note B. Tucker, of Tampa, to Mr. Harvey: city. Let's abate .the.cow nuisance. f
pital, has gone ;'to Mount. Dora to at. of our remarks. They 'gave us all attention Barnum Dunn, of 'the same city, the JOHN H. CROY, HORSES. y

tend the annual camp..ineeting of the possible and were evidently wedding to take place on the even FANCY RIDING HORSES.

W Northern 'Methodistchurch., -' impresed with our claims and the ing of Thursday, September the 1 Dr... Hall, better known as, the "Hoo- ,DRIVING HORSES.V V VVVVjV:

general manager' assured us that he fourth. doo", .doctor, who practices scorcery V V

!?:- Saturday Mr. S, R Pyles' horse ran was very favorably impresed with the Mr. Dunn is the only son of the and witchcraft among the colored Lovers of Good Horse Flesh Should See These

away with him, throwing him out .of information. He has never visitedour late Mr. Harley Dunn, of Citra, and population, was tried, Friday after.
$ 1 have just recived and will the market two carloads
> ue buggy." Fortunately he escaped put ,on -
before Justice of the Peace Bullock -
but he would do so very noon
city, the of Mr. Henry G.
he is1 nephew of
injured but HORSE, some of which are well broken and suitable for
without being a good many any 4
soon, also that our petition and fig Dunn, also of Citra. lIe has many charged with larceny having Part
purpose. these horses be the stable
he had in : seen at
eggs) groceries etc., that may oppositethe
with the minutes of stolen one dollar from. Phillip Lips-
f- ures, together friends in Citra and Ocala who are steam
laUndry of them be
the buggy were destroyed.Mr. any may seen by callingon
would be taken by him comb an aged colored man.. He was
I the meeting interested in the news of his approaching me at my residence and farm-'phone 302. -
to New York the next day to be pre- and extend congratulations tried, found guilty and fined $250 and A
and Mrs. J. H, Brooks, have marriage portion of these horses are unbroken, and on these I am, z
sented to the parties who were in con- and best wishes. cost,of court and In default, of pay to
returned to their home at Martel after prepared give special bargain prices. These may be seen .at >
trol of the road, and that he saw ,no ment is to serve six months in the stable Ocala .
. m ,. spending :,ten days at ? Green my near Wagon \Y orks.
If the inducments Off on Annual Vacation. county jail-which means across the
: reason :why proper
for.- of
VVf Sp ngs|They went the": ,
MrBro6ksvheafth were 'o'ffered,:: they would not grant Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Carter, of river in the turpentine camp Dr.
and friends : D McDUFFY Ocala Fla.
trust that he will be all right again. ours request. Citra, were in the citty yesterday, and Hall; who 'is a gentleman of color, }, ,

Attached please find receipted bill spent a few hours , guests of had just completed a three month's

for on the trip amountingto relatives. They departed in the ,af- sentence. -
Mr. J. L. Billingsly, who is in the expenses ,

*- office of ex-governor Jennings in Jacksonville $14.50 paid by Mr. Strauss. ternoon for Savannah, .from. which .

tohts E.. P./THAGARD, Chm. point they, will take the steamer for A prominent farmer living near .. T
:: and is on a visit ;. jar ; DIRECTORS
Ocala was putting down some fence :
| MAURICE STRAUSS"Orator. New York. Captain Carter, .who is a
ents at Reddick was a business 'yist. 1
: ," .
: : GSO. C. CROM[ Sec'y. conductor on the Atlantic Coast Line posts one" day. last'week and while R. S. Hall
tor to Ocala Friday Mr; Billingsly George MacKay J. K. Christian -
V is on his annual vacation. He and his doing so his attention was called to H. A. Ford
here winding trade in Z. O. ChambUasT
was land
IV ; interested up Ocala, Fla., Aug. 23, 1906.' good wife expect to be absent for sev- tne color and quantity of the rock he T. Monroe J. B. Brooks .
whichjhe .was : ,
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it "-'jI!' __ \. t: { The secretary of the committee beg eral weeks, and friends wish them a encountered while .digging the holes ,

-.*ir..andtMrs 5
V have returned home from Stockton Manager Atkinson, wife and sure to be the case,-Gainesville Sun. discovered it .to be a superior In addition to its excellent facillities this Bank "

brother-In-law, Mr. Allen, passed quality of phosphate and he thinks -Vc '
Ga.. where they have been'.on a
visit to Mrs. Thomas' parents Mr, and through our city our city last Wednes- Bride and Groom Return Home. that he has a bonanza He showedus has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good

day 'and through the kindness of Mr. Mr. and Mrs, James .Charles Smith, a sack full of this rock and It
Mrs: Samuel Knight who will ,move
Board of Directors and
Rawls,. we were enabled to take the who were married at Martel an the looks to us like very fine specimensof a'strong body of Stockholders. "- *!
to Ocala soon and occupy the place
party for ah automobile ride over the morning of'the sixteenth at the home, pure phosphate.The ,
..Izla'r.Miss .
i they purchased; from Major
city and suburbs! !l, and while we were of the bride at Martel. arrived home

Fannie Clark returned ?to ashamed of the horrible" conditionHof Friday afternoon from Daytona Beach the management Spoke and Rim'Factory Mr. O. W. Reagan, under, THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK,] 4 4a
the honeymoon Mrs.
1 Sparr .Saturday to'stay with her sister our streets, yet the party expressed where tney spent
filled itsfirst order for rims Monday
and somewhat Smith Miss Ada Bryan, 'of Mar- OF OCALA s
themselves as delighted was
'r first of
Mrs. Souter, until. the before ,
It will be a week or more they
and tel and is charming ::,woman .
September She will then return to surprised ab the size appear a young
manufacturing spokes,
ance of the city and surrounding The friends .of Mr. Smith, who has will commence'
; ; Ocala and will move to Mrs. M. earnest Mr
and then .it will run in ,,
in Ocala for the pasttwo
_ on, Fort King avenuetv where country.And Mr. Atkinsoin showed made nis home
she will have rooms for =the, inter..ltl hs a" telegram :from .New York say years, will unite In welcoming Reagan deserves; : much praise ill: get. I
.:) ; ting the factory to work, as soon 'as E. C. Smith. C, v. Robert
ss Clark expects to rent ber: home ing, that .the power behind the thrown uer to her new home., here
he has, all of it being
would be in Florida next week and : SMITH & ROBERTS.
on South Second and'Osceola streetMr.
to To Enter Stetson. from Ocala He is the right the
;- :. ; < L he' then thought he would beable
Henry Blount, the son of Mr. B. W. right place.-Brooksville Argus
.,and Mrs..J. 1L, Blair. and family, determine positively just what would of the '" Peninsular ;- Funeral Directors md Licensed(
Blount, president Erabolmers
of bcklawaha. Mr. Frank Lytle and be ,done In regard. to the: ,route and A Postal card from Mr. and Mrs. W, )

!f :children,.of Stanton,., Mrs. J., W. San- would ,no doubt visit us.again .in com Naval Stores Co, will enter the, aced-fall D Graham,, of Ash yU1e. N., C, ,contains LATEST METHODS' BEST GOtDS. WORK GUARANTEED y y

t( :der'and;sons,. &Early Bird,;Mr,, Nathan pany with this-. party..from. the east.. ernlc department of Stetson' this 'the following' information that Telegraph' orders receive prompt attention, and embalming don annrbah n
=- Tampa Tribune.V short notice.-
; rs'"' Mayaot;; ummeryeld and Belie- And. "Re would like tQisuggest_that a they will return to.Ocala In. October on --:

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THE STORY ..Of THE m m ARD-BEARD-DEBATE. The Tobacco That MadeChewing ,. ,5,.

S E R Di / says: "Drain the lands and '!- .....
fiNflTTND( THE : :. '"
B the courts settle the title after- Popularr '
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THE' 0'0 A ." ... < j:5b: ; .... ,..,"
Teachers Should Not b Blind Guides says! "Settle the title first T.1. :: :. ""
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B'ANN 1.i. LLU.L I 1 L .,... ...
...;:fii the Purification ot the World Intelligent If the state owns the land drain f..i.:

Man's fondness for chewing' tobacco is created and ) -
t; \ Methods Should be Used JU 4u. J
says: "Let us sell a piece Y' popularized by the tobacco produced in the famous Piedmont .-t .

Bill Smith and use the money to .4M tobacco belt choice selections of' this well ;:'
,- Subject Our Teacher's.I pieces of pastboards, but ,i Only .

i Text "Ye ye blind guides, which cards 'are used by gamblers with and so on." b avert matured, thoroughly cured leaf are used in making f '::
and the
strain at,A gnat, and swallows a poker games and use money to SCHNAPPS and r"4
thand SCHNAPPS. That's why requires
so on.
camel" St. Mathew xlll ch. verse them may lead to the .
24 and. "But if ye had known what and it is best to keep the says: "That course would be takes a smaller amount of sweetening than any other kind ;t;":. ,

this meaneth, I will have, mercy, ple from using them at because, if the courts de f'. -and that's why SCHNAPPS has a wholesome, stimulating .'Ji ; '

used to them they be that the land belongs to the rail x ..-f'....,".. .
not have ,
and not sacrifice; ye would M- and satisfying effect on chewers.
the railroads
would Bill
condemned the guiltless" St. Matt.. to the gaming dens! Oh! ye 4 ..e '
f Yerse'7. : ers of the blind! Know ye and John Jones from that part There'are many imitations of SCHNAPPS claiming to

f :' 4f, which is forbidden, is the land sold them." t be "just as good," but without the flavor, or quality that
I "Vote for the Con-
i Is It not a little remarkable that In that human nature desires says: sales than all similar tobaccos.It .y
Amendment and give us, has made SCHNAPPS more .
full of all that
.was ,
enlightened age of so-called Chris Board of Trustees, the we

ItMI civilization so many over-ripe wish-nothing was needed and we will drain the power land."
the happiness of the pair
,Christians-In the pulpit and if the fruit of
and ''out\ of It-devote, so much time, midst of the garden had not Amendment, because If

_ talk and vital\energy .trying to kill bidden, Adam and Eve Constitutional Amendment carries,

cntJ while tEe and adders' gazed around and gazed Is self-executing a ntdakes away
: vipers are
legislature and the people
now, and perhaps have
called In plain view before their very of its fruit but the moment power' and control over the .land, yea.: a t2 ,r 4f r

= eyes, ?' This, too when the gnats shalt not" was cast about it, It would take another amendment is made in the Reynolds factories famous for producing the best' t

which they are so constantly and sired above all things else to the Constitution to remedy the de- chewing tobaccos, by clean sanitary processes under the same

jealously.tovelghing''\ against and' at that which was forbidden. ." ; direction since 1875, of men who have made the business a life study.

'* leveling their heaviest today. The moment the says: "Vote'tor the Con- N They are the largest and best equipped flat plug factories in the
which they are
"- Amendment and put it 1 A world and situated in ths of the world's M '
artillery, are visionary\ gnats, createdby forbidden to do this or that are very greatest ..; .
,. .
of the power of the legislature to chewing tobacco district.
deduced the desire is awakened to M l ?
.a process all their own,
._ by a species hot; ,Illogical '.ogic with if not permitted to satisfy the law, because in the past If you've never: chewed'SCHNAPPS, now is the time to get ;

.fragmentary, tel. ctiozls' from. the .epis at home and under home have been influenced" and ; acquainted with the cleanest, most healthful, stimulating, satisfying :';

tolary writings as"" their premises with then it will be done may be Influenced again. .,&& and wholesome form in which tobacco can be used.. Do not accept
the fact that it has to says: "It is exceedingly un- 4rs imitations. ;
out regard to'the contents or subject very ; =<1
_ of the author and often In secretly, we have sure, to lodge so much power where '1,:
direct'matter conflict, according to their interpretations deception and perhaps of be revoked,though the pres- '\ 7-i R. J, REYNOLDS!; TOBACCO CO., Winslon' -Salaltl, N. C.

board of trustees of the Internal
with the teachings on The figured pieces of

the same subject as they come from innocent enough in Fund and Drain
it is what'you fear will Commission are all honorable, up 7
the life of Him who spake as never
man'spoke! the use of them, is it? Then gentlemen who would not abuse f Has Less Sweetening than
yet in two years there will =
They hurl their anathemas at uie way to prevent bad results power
a change, and from time to time ;
tue become familiar Imitations
dance gnat Level their double-shell young
': F artillery at the dance hall In the 'abstract wholesome influences of changes in the personnel of the _:. : "
; roundings and in the
-make no concrete exceptionas

to ,time, pi ce'o'l' circumstance, them, and you at once such gentlemen.
just as though 'it was in the decaolgue mysterious evils which you says: "The people In the Congresssman Sparkman. -

Shalt Not Dance." them and do away 'or counties are the ones to Congressman Stephen II. Spark
,Whoa '
taxed to drain the land.
Yet, we find tne sacred writer tell arouse the longing, and man, .of Tampa, entertained at a very a

: ing us here js a time to dance," 'uslng sistable desire, to indulge in says: "Under the grant ,from elaborate breakfast at Manuel Garcia's
United States of tAe and
the expression In such a connection bidden. Give them swamp popular Gran Oriente in that city Fri-
harmles amusements at lands to Florida, that the
as to clearly .Indicate. that the day morning.
their evenings and they will Include in the grant are in ev
act of dancing7was an lnnoeent'amuse His guests were Congressman A. A.

ment-at 'least*af proper times' and desire to go out under the part of the state and hence every Wuey, of Alabama Congressman A. Bilious ?
of the state where such lands in
to seek past time for idle I
p n places, I W. Brantley, or Georgia, Mr. Kay, of S
We.. do not pretend to deny, that will have no desire to go out i in the grant lie will be subject the Atlantic Coast Line railway and

t some greylous sins have had their beginnings for the hidden poison which tax and may be taxed." Hon. R. A. Burford, of tars city, with The only sure cure foi

_ |lntl&e" bat, rooms, but Is taught them to believe,. lies says: "That may be true whom Mr. Sparkman is going on a constipation and Biliousnessthat

equally! |\certalu that the first concealed in a pack of the Constitutional Amendment cruise on the ,Gulf of Mexico for r is pleasant natural
boards. And all the while not require the board to turn the
witha 'all"
sin, that led up few days. DOSES and safe is
then be planting in his coming into the hands of the
to It, took<< place In that earthly paradise 25
the Garden of Eden! It Is equally wholesome truths which will treasurer, nor bond, for that Now We Know All About It. '

true that many just as helneous strength to overcome the j,1 each member of the board has All of this talk for T. A. Jennings I RA1LLSAND : "

31 begin at camp meetings, prayer meet- to. do evil. Sooner or later all checks it is not likely they for governor amounts to absolutely __

Ings,,in,church choirs, and all the oth meet with them, and find all agree to steal "the same nothing. Jennings may be a good man TONIC,PELLETS n

: er places where the human family all he must stand or fall at the same time. but he is too closely allied in a busi-
of The Pills stir the lazy liver to
"That the lodgment
dividual unit. Then turn all says
>,.cgn regate.. It,,Is' not the time or ness way with the corporation inter .
powers to equip him to power in the board without bonds action-the Tonic Pellets
place, or occasion or 'character'of ests of the state to ever become gov clean

amusement which is responsible for not attempt this by trying is un-American.-Pensa. ernor. The three leading candidatesfor all impurities out of the '

IrV r the results, which flow out, of them, from him the evils and News. governor will be on. Fred T. My body,

but the.character of the Individuals exist, and which he som GOVERNOR'S MANSION. ers, of Tallahassee; Senator Carson so that the liver and all the, I

composing: the. asembly. As we said meet up with, but teach him of Kissimmee; and Hon. Albert W. other organs: act properly.. J t

some few ,weeks ago the responsibility fight his battles so as to Gilchrlst, of DeSoto county. Myers t
street leads straight from the
rests upon each 'Individual.. The The first enemy he or she will be supported by the Taliaferro .
to the governor's mansion,
tempter la f ever?" .present to quer ;Is himself or herself. faction. Carson by the Stockton forces -
stands at the extreme north No Griping -ww
'.do,hls work. It Is quite plain that or ,her own. heart right- v and Gilchrist will enter the lists unhampered -
of the street the The
facing city.
while the Father was talking to the Kingdom of God within- by any factional alliances. No Purging
is a beautiful one, from the top
firsVpalr_In Eden the Devil was playing defiance to all of the -Zolfo Advertiser.
hill among the murmuring pines
.in the' background watching. his the Devli.If .
I just a natural and
primeval oaks, where the peace easy.
Governor Broward has explained in
_ : the; sin lay in the cards '
opportunity '
> I common Treat-
quiet of a suburban home may -sense
F | ,Ttt:w|have.the theater ;:gnat. .innocent use, then it would be an executive proclamation minus the ment which fails iR
l as well as the tumult never
I great gold seal of the state and its
The ,theater-plays of all kinds-are true 'of checkers dominoes to cure.
of a city residence.
bombarded by the heavy guns and :baseball, the race horse the ribbon attachment that he has gone
I just outside the city limits
down into his own pants for one
pelted' with grape and"canulster by and hundreds of other Special Offer. ,
I end of Adams street and at
the light artillery and hand-grenaded useful things for the thousand dollars, which amount he I
top of the hill, It commands a has been spending in spreading the Cut the"Little Doctor" out ,
v ; by the sappers and miners without allot these. What folly it and mail to with -
us the ,
of the street almost to the cap-. gospel of everglades drainage in the ,
discrimination. No distinction is prive ourselves of the I name of your druggist andy
a distance of three-fourths of a II "
drawn between the. plays of Shakes. amusements derived from I shape of tracts. "The work, he says, > may ha\'ea Week's Treat IS

speare as Illustrated by the master of of these simply because and practically a bird's-eye "must be continued, and he calls on ment of the Pills and Pellets
of the whole city Directly at with our compliments.
artists of the world-wide .historic re ple use' them for harmful the public, which can be fooled semi-
as It were, runs the street
nown, and the Queen Bloody Gulch, Oh!. ye gnat killers!, turn occasionally, to come to his assistance Ramon's Brownie Calendar Free -
marks the northern boundary -
: with stamps checks, postofficeand
y as;; ,shown in some vaudeville house tillery on the sin ana not with Weather Forecasts and
It is unnamed. Almanac information
city. as yet Given with
,i by arrant barnstormers. Yet Shakes- harmless Instruments made express money orders, and even purchase cf Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets. your fin
building is as yet incomplete. .
"pe re'. plays are among the classics the wicked to work sin! "Lay money. At reports he had not brown Manufacturing
what stands there Us broad Company
,. 'and no one's education is considered at the root of the tree"-the been compelled to employ any additional S. Louts.Mo. Greenovllle Tenn -
and many windows-it is to be f-
clerks to his mail.-Pa-
complete who is not familiar with his men! Condemn sin but not open

> works;, These are, mentioned merely ner. God loves him: Tell a noble structure, fitted latka News.It -
for this clime and for this pur- Ocala
,as examples, as there are many playsequally Press it upon him. Lead I House WinejRooms.
It is hoped that the completion is pleasant to relate that during
as entertaining and Instructive the light by all the? mighty
mansion will be in the near the month of July only four cases of -
as Shakespeare's' and which love. Tell him tnat God
and then an accurate descrip- smallpox were reported in all the
,,3' when. presented by real artists teach the wicked forsake his ways 5
E -="v r.-t- may be given.-Tallahassee True state-one at Lake City.-one in Fer- TRY OUR -
xln amost Impressive manner great unrighteous man his
nandina, one at Pablo, and one at
t>noral lessons Oh but you, say, It is turn unto me, and I will
Jacksonville. Prompt isolation and
not so much the play itself but the and abundantly pardon.'
For an Impaired, Appetite. vaccination of those exposed or likely OLD
fcf fact that so' many of the actors and God's both willing and able improve the appetite and I 01LEGHANY
to be exposed, arrested its spread in
L._*, Actresses{ are immoral in their habits. all who come unto him the digestion try a few, every Instance.-Florida Health Notes. :

;They should not be encouraged to has said, "Seek ye first the of Chamberlain's Stomach and I .

}:itiy'On the:stage How do you know of Heaven," and that once Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seitz, of De The governor of the state of Florida

they are immoral? Do you take It as kingdom God in the heart- Mich., says: "They restored my, asks send him a two-cent PURE jJ

>* ..Tjjeresay. Did )t ever,strike you that further said, "Our God shall when Impaired, relieved me i stamp to help him drain the every RYE.( {

*U aU,that Was. said about you behindback" all of our needs." bloated feeling and caused glades. If his "excellency" will fur-
t dour was true, that you would Go ambassadors of and satisfactory movement nish stamped and addressed envelope .

l Jbe as far, awaYfrom the straightt.and : and teach, and preach the bowels." Price, 25 cents. Sam-. we will cheerfully comply.-orlando Put 4 full I

F barrow path as these stage people I love of God to fellow man! Quit free. All druggists. Democrat. up Qts

lret Did Jon ever try to trace oneJhWsay" ing at gnats and swallowing
-4 ;,of J!,4i ;rumors to Its and ,go, 'and preach 'unto FARM FOR SALE.- At tie Thomasville district ,Methodist Fancy Cartoons .

foureet, ''It. *poll ''did did ;you run it the great and. immeasurable of land with good plank and conference, held at Metealf one .

Sown? If ,so, did you not 'find "the God for them and His sure .fnece around it; as good. truck of the incidents of the conference was Delivered

: < hree black' crows. ?" But- If'there are to all who repent,'and come as there isIn the state; five the expulsion 'of Rev. G_ W. Sparks ,at your -

i..e Immor&J ones"oa.:the: a local preacher residing in Thomas- .
stage do, 'Go ye and learn ,what that orange and grapefruit grove, .. :
>r)'Oul1ot, < sOJ'nd,80m on' the, street? I will have mercy, and not as fine a fruit trees'as there are vine, from the church. The charge ..... Express Office S _

In the homes? In the churches?. In against him was habitually neglect
I am not come to call the/ county, will be 200 boxes of '

:the pulpits Are, all of ,these to be but sinners to repentence," and some oranges next season; lug to pay his debts.. > ,

condemned because. a percentage tnY. cottage and good buildings; For $3.20.
Charles W. Scalding, former treas-
A ;
au callings' aflifets'corritpt"Thinkt ; Mystery Solved. of good, water; one mile from '

4 est thou\ that the :eighteen on whom "How to 'keep off periodic, postofflce. church and school, urer of the University of Illinois and "

: the tQw,];idfaSlloam; t l1'.;:were;'above I.of biliousness ,and habitual and a half miles southwest of prison who served forembezzlement a term of seven years In Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey write for

all ,others; In.."Jerusalem? I. tell ydu lion.. was a mystery: that Dr. Address S. A. Nell/Gelger, ,seeks -

: ? z :nay lui cept-you repent, you shall ,New Life ,Pills solved for me T Micanopy. Fla. 8-17 2w through the interests federal court of Idaho, Complete Price Ik. '-'?::r
to recover iin valuable
: pro-
4 } ,ail perish Ukewlse.," .John N. Pleasant,- Of: I perties. \ : ; ,
= Then, there Is the whist-euchre he only pills that :: "
4 are i have, reduced the prices on aU f
,gnat.Now;:tell/"e je gnat killers toi:ctre 'perfect': satisfaction, to ,dry goods.. Inspect our stock If"all flesh is grass" then some fel- Ocala House .

.. what iawlU"therfia| | the' Painted, body.;or'money refunded. Only ; pr ee3. We Can save you lows we,know, will pass for'a full bale Wine Rooms F ..

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: :41N- O. Il; t' a:" $:.c ,, OCA1A,.. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST '31 1906. ONE ),JQTJT Alt A YEARHAPPENINGS ,
; -

ABOUT TOWN, Ocala's health 'record the past sum- Mrs. Terrell 'Dies at Belleview* SOUTH LAKE WEIR. I ...,

mer has been exceptionally fine me The many friends of Mrs. Louisa i

MISS SARA ELIZABETH_HARRIS.' mortality has been less than ever be- Terrell an aged ,lady of Belleview ,Corresondence, Ocala Banner: ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE JN ADVANCEOURCLUBLIST
:Mr. and and Mrs. G. P. Rast, of
r Local Editor. fore. will regret to learn of her death in
fJ.! Edger have arrived at Weirsdale and
.,' that little city on Saturday afternoonat
,J If' Mr. D. W. Davis and children have are occupying the house vacated by
The half six o'clock. She the
,;: court house is climbing up past was
'., gome. returned to Lake Weir, where they mother of Judge Legrand Hopkins Mr. Carnes. Mr. Rast with his son,
are spending the summer most .pleasantly who was with her at her C. J."Rast, are conducting the busi-

An opera house for Ocala is still death, and was eighty-nine years of ness formerly owned by Mr William ,

the subject of talk. age. Dr. T. K. Slaughter was the at. Allsop. We hope they will receive;
Mr; A. K. Wilson, who has been
the same patronage Mr. Allsop has so
At the last meeting of the Flkli' spending the summer at Ocala, returned tending was physician done to prolong and"everything her life possible but- long enjoyed and prosper with their SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCEWEEKLY. I

there were seventeen applications for home several days ago.LakeCity business. We welcome these . ,
without avail. new "- -- .-' -- .. ,.. ,-- ><,
Reporter. "
membership.The Mr. C. V. Roberts, of this city, embalmed good people to our community.Most .

weeds still rear their graceful Mr.. George Lonecker has recently the body and prepared it for every day and night Jast weeka m .

heads in the'tartwtis. lots, sidewalks been appointed postmaster at Hon o burial and accompanied by her devoted posse of colored men were scouringthe .

and alleys. sassa. As soonas he procures his son, Judge Hopkins, the body woods in all directions trying to v1
locate James Hopkins, the murderer, THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The SemiWeekly
bond he will assume the duties of the passed through the city Monday en- -

It is mentioned cat the q. t. that another office. route to Danbury, Conn., here the funeral but they failed to locate him. m Jacksonville Times-TJnL.., one year $1.50 _

sale wax nude in whiskey. circles will be held. Mrs. Terrell was The new mowing machine and hay

&. yesterday Mrs. M. E. Robinson, of Tampa, accompanied noble and splendid woman and her rake, owned by the Lake Weir Co. aTHE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Thrice-

: by her daughter Miss death removes from' Belleview one of does fine work with Foreman George : New York, World, one year Ii. .f 1.65
F The streets ft* it; a deplorable condition Rosebud, will be in Ocala today for its best friends and most prominent Storkes pulling the bell cord over :
: and the'rotd to Silver Springs the purpose of inspecting a residenceas women. the two mules. It makes the hay lay I THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Weekly

;;: is almost impassible. it is her purpose to again become low., j \ Atlanta Constitution, one year . .'. .$1.75

a citizen of our city./ The Rendezvous at Homosassa. Miss Ruth Boney, of Ocala came
Mr, H. L. Andersen in New York THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Atlanta
Mrs. W. L. Lowry and daughter of down Sunday afternoon'to visit Miss
, > and will witness the. 'home coming]' of Cleveland Burns Leavengood went Homosassa, were shopping in Ocala Irene Gates. ,1 ( Semi-Weekly Journal, one year ... .. ...$1,75
the great Nebraskan. ,
t down to Dunnellon yesterday to spend Mrs. J. W. Preston, of Jesup, Ga..
y Wednesday. Mrs. Lowry has won an THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Commoner -
-, k Dan Cupid is still loading his quiver some time with relatives. He has enviable reputation that has extended came to Weirsdale last week to join W. J.
( Bryan's Paper ) one .$L50
been working quite industriously and is tfM year.
her husband, who agent for the
and aiming his arrows. No into many states for the admirable I
i weather can daunt him/" steadily this, summer and has earneda manner in which she has conducted, Atlantic Coast Line:: THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo

vacation. the Rendezvous, one of tae very best ; Mr. M. P. Olson went up to Ocalaon Blade (Weekly) one year ,-. . .. . .1.50 '.
t Mr. M. !,I. Little 11 back at his place The rich lands of Marion need nodrain8e"'e hotels on 'the west coast of Florida.: a shopping tour. Q

: at Rheinauer's and lectured at the and can be bought for less She has applications ahead which in-; Mrs. H. D. Mathews has returned Savannah:

Methodist church last night. per acre than the everglades will sures her a fine trade for the next from a visit to friends at Daisy. .. . .
Mr. Hill and son of Tampa, came
season. Among other distinguished
Rev. W. D., Tum1 y. of Pade City cost per acre for drainage. And the
up to visit Mrs.W.W.Reed last week m
characters 'who will a part of
lands in Marion will fertilize the ev spena DAILY. .
complains that the illegal sale of alcoholic -
Will show the
somebody me man
the winter with her is the Hon. Hoke
"F liquors is now troubling his erglades.An Smith, who was recently nominatedfor that "hit. Billy Patterson! m

community. Augusta, Ga., gentleman in governor of Georgia. Mr. Sam Dillard and Mr. Winegardwith THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily Sav/

'': Mr. Marion Pelot and Jimmie White- New York, seems to have solved the A part of Mrs. Lowry's business in wife and children and two lady 00 vannah News, one year . . .. ..$12.50
- side went down to Arcadia yesterdayand balloon or air ship problem. He tooka .Ocala Wednesday was getting her son friends, of Summerfield, spent Sun-

will remain about a month visiting sail in ,the air the other day and I Grover ready for college. The young day afternoon here at Pleasant Point. rii>> THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily

relatives. remained up for twenty:four hours man will go to Notre Dame; Tad, and Mrs. S. P. Marsh, of Fort McCoy, is 1 Jacksonville Times-Union, one year. . .$12.50
exercising almost complete control i will be gone for two years. He expects visiting her son, Mr. J. C. Marsh, who
y Sam Barco, of "Sunny Slope Farm," over his machine. I to become an electrician. He is interested in the South Lake Weir \I ,

I Journal one . . . .$8.50
will Attend the Rngham Military I has a natural fondness for mechanics Lumber Co. '11 year .

school at Asheville, N. d and will airs; Roy Mann and children left I i and will no doubtt make a first class Mr. M. A. Davenport, of Weirsdale, THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and ,Atlanta Daily

leave in a few dtys.. yesterday for Chattanooga, Tenn., :electrician. happened to a painful accident Sunday Journal
00 .
(including Sunday), one year. $10,00
afternoon. While from
where they will spend the balance I jumping
p Mrs. Remington, of Levon, was of the summer. Mr. Mann Harper Marsh the train his foot struck a piece of

r 4 :4. transacting buiiassa in the Brick has a position with the Marion Married Sunday August 2C, at 3:30 wood and threw him to the ground' ALIj, SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE

City Wednes_. She was accompanied Farms and Is a son of'Senator A. S. at the home of the brides mother. breaking his collar bone.. :

by her son.a Mann, of good roads fame. Mrs. S. P. Marsh, of Daisy Fla, Mr. Mr Jasaee Mitchell, an old and respected -

A. 0. Harper and Miss Blanche Marsh ,citizen: of Weirsdale, died at Address All Orders to
There was leas b$ rest taken inbase.TA '
Mr. Ben Rheinauer has returned W. S. Priest officiating. his tome Sunday morning at the age
? ballthis yea il Flmd 'thanln many from New York, where ne has been Only a few friends and relatives of seventy-two. The many friends of THE OCALA BANNER
' The interest in it to
years ,
; buyfng the latest creations for the being present. the deceased extend their sincere .,
have reached 'Us ,t : emit. : .
farm or Messrs. Chas. Rheiauer & Co. The groom is the efficient bookkeeper sympatny tov the bereaved family. The OCALA FLORIDA.

A shipment of rugs has Just been He did not stay to the Bryan reception and manager for Hodges'and remains! were interred'at Maysville:

received by us. Will you be one to but saw that the preparationswere O'Hara's turpentine business at Daisy.He cemetery;! Sunday afternoon. Rev. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE

I .take, advantage of their arrival and being made along the proper and is, from Volusia county; and has McKialey, of Candler officiating.

.price Ocala Furaitore Co. x necessary lines and thought that his been here about two years and bas B. F. A.

-----,-- presence was ,not absolutely ..necessary made many friends in this community.The .
,Mr. W, S., Skidmore, formerly with so hastened to his own "home winsome bride was, reared in Good Shorthorns for Alachua. .

the Ocala Telephone Company, is now coming. this vicinity and has a host of friends Messrs. C. W. Stepnens and J. E.

;. with elect:1tt} and Haynesworth, of Alachua have been
the city < light plant, who wish them undisturbed happinessover ,
f is busy putting in meters. C E. Thomas, assistant postmasterat tneir matrimonial voyage. touring south Florida. in company I,

s E} I Ocala his wife,and baby and Mrs. with Mr. G. R. Ellis, the Gainesville ALWAYS GO TOTeBesIaaPuiIP1aoe .'
Mr. L. Home,. who has been at Atlanta Fertilizer man.
Julia,'E. Thomas, of Pine,his mother Shooting at Blitchtori.
s._ for some time under,tne care of are spending a few days this weekat Sunday afternoon near Blitchton They stopped over at Ocala to see

a specialist, is DOW lit Pablo seeking this place. ney have just turned Adam Julius- a negro man, while under Palmetto Park cattle. Each of them

F: the benefit of the. set air. from a month visit up_ in Georgia the influence, of booze shot a colored selected a bull leaving 'shipping directions

Mr.. Thomas was agent here for the t woman through the calf of her and checks with ?tit: Ciara- !
Mrs. James II. Etrco and son, Sam;
A..C. L..some three years ago at which: .leg from the effects of which the woman They expressed themselves as
,f "' have returned from :Miami, where
'r time he met his wife who was Miss bled to death. Julius claims to much pleased with our city and our
; .% they went to attend the funeral of \
They1 hard roads, and our section in .
'"'- Corinne Knight. have many ac- be entirely oblivious to the fact that .
p' Mr. L. S, Patterson. They are now '
*.- quaintenances and friends here.Crys.tal he shot the woman.A which they have not seen in ten tt------'
: at Firm." V
"Sunny Sloe
&,4: River News.Governor cornor's inquest 'was held over years. .

:'irPostmaster\,1. ({bat is having the the body of the woman and returneda .
r Long Distance Between Drinks. Our Edibles and Drinkables are as Glean
claims that
}f" weeds cut off the, government building Groward verdict saying that the woman came .
wet election in
The recent or dry
4 yr,: lot and is having photographs of corporations' are opposed to the drainage to her death by a gun shot wound iH' :
Madison county, which went over- and Pure Pure Food -Law
and in this as
of the everglades way
; same made and sent to the flitted by Adam Julius any
r\ ,. proper J ,
whelmingly "dry" closes another ,link .
hue and in favor of the .
at Washington. gets up a. cry Julius was arrested by Constable
w.-'$.;. authorities- proposition. A proposition of this Wiley Wills and brought to Ocala for the lovers of- the "earthenware" could imagine them to be .
for stretch of three ,
and now a nun
.. Miss Sara Eliabeth Harris the sort ought equally to Jbe: argued on Monday afternoon. He is now in jail

, if: local< and society: editor_ of this '.paper its merits. We doubt very much to await his trial at the next term dred and between sixty-nine Pensacola miles-the and, Jack-distance Our. establishment has been refitted ,. ..
is again suffering with an ab- whether the corporations care any- of the circuit court. r '

,k; if, ecsss in her ears supposed to_have thing about'' the measure one way or sonvi1le-only.. counties, Santa according to Sanitary Measures and the '
Rosa and Gadsden for the
are open -
tj. been caused 'by bathing aUSeabreeze.Mr the other. If the drainage schemeis Wreck on the A. C. L
P-' feasible we should think they wouldbe A wreck occurred on the Aaltntic bibulously inclined.. This is a mighty

Jake Brown will sail on the in favor of drainage as they claim Coast Line railway yesterday near poor showing to keep .your whistle only thing in it remaining "Old and .

ti:. steamship Comanche from .Jacksonville ownership to the ,everglades under a Inverness and eleven cars were piled wet on that long trip, but gives a

!f for New York Sunday He will state grant. But whether ? true up on one another but .as far as we splendid opportunity to get over a Matured are our

be gone several weeks and expects or not as important a measure t as it could learn no one was injured. The "jag."-Pensacola News f/ .'

; : to have a good time. It is his.annual. I is ought to b g discussed on its merits.. officials were shy about giving out in- Edison the Wizard's Plan for Concrete

'' ; recreation. formation and reports were meagre. I
} Houses. Whiskies Wines Beer.
.. Florida orange growers apparently All the west coast trains going aorta
"Ho' With a mold carefully planned by
Mr. Fred, Weihe jr., reached his have one of the most destructive pests, and south were compelled to pass an expert architect, and nickel plated ,
majority Tuesday' and his young I known to the horticultural world, to through Ocala and traffic and travel
inside Mr. Edison says he can put up
friends got wind of it and made the combat. The white fly is invading was, somewhat lively. a good house at.a*cost of from $500. to Our way of doing business is the
occasion most pleasant and memorable I many of the orange groves of that fair .
$600 and not be over four days at it
.; for him. This paper joins in the I'state and reports .indicate that the results A Sale at Lake Weir. The concrete will be mixed soft and same courteous and appreciative mode :

general felicitations for his welfare are very discouraging In some Dr. H. 'G. Spooner of Stanton-on- into moulds, and wher it V
- poured
r instances trees attacked by the fly has just consummated a
Lake-Weir have for and
I hardens .the mold is taken apart.',Dormer we employed
Mr. Edw. Drake and Miss Aida! have been killed outright, all of the sale of two hundred and seventyfiveacres years any
windows, chimneys, spouts and
\ Bauknight will be married at the residence leaves and tender portions ofthe trees of splendid round timber lands. .
' ornamental designs will all be done at favors bestowed us will receive
of the bride's parents, Mr; and being destroyed. Present developmentsare The fortunate purchaser is Capt. J. mantels upon ,
the same time; stairways ,
Mrs F G, Bauknight, at Archer toNight not sufficiently well advanced to B. Martin, of Ocklawaha. The prop- all such \.
fireplaces, bath tubs and 1
Mr Drake 11 'a brother of Mr. indicate what will; be the extent of the erty will be conveyed 'as soon as the work will be, made of the same material strict and prompt attention .: __ i i
Frank Drake, of this city. injury to the coming crop. The government deeds are properly signed by Dr.

department of' agriculture Is Spooner's wife and mother and returned Our constant aim is 'To, .Pl .se/t" '.

Taken Up-Dark bay mare, foretop spending $5,000 on an investigation of, from Boston,'Mass. A Big Trust Goes to the Wall. .

_ -- reached., swap back, clear spot once the white fly'and ,its methods of injur. The Real Estate Trust. Company of Try us'\ and be convinced., I.- : ,' _
; forehead, branded on left, thigh (D I) ing the crops with a view of combat* Fi're'Chief.' Philadelphia, one of the largest concerns J
p Come tom place about August 10'. ting the evil. Cooperation amonggrowers Chief Brlgance will retain the office in the country has been forcedto "

, Wiley Mosby, Pick Sink, Fla 8-24-4t,. in fighting' this, pest appears' he has so. acceptably filled until the the wall and'its president, Frank : Respectfully yours;t" ; '

Y r imperative provided favorable results first, of October. when, he wilt 'enter K. Hippie,.is probably a suicide.. "He :
4y Mr..A..C. McC-111y. 'of Berlin; Frank are obtained,--New. York Packer. upon a different line of 'bUl 1ess. He died last Friday:' and investigation "

f' pupuy, of Fairfield; H A. Atwater; will transmit to the city a most excel' showed the company to be in bad STRAUSS CO T

.of Eureka;, H. W Long, of Martel;. President Roosevelt Is a 'reformer r.. lent record Those who'*are. applicants shape was forced to close its : :

M' N. A, Fort and 15A. Pearl ,Fort, oLnne. right.' What's th -'usel of taking all i. for 'his. place up 'to the present doors later, H had deposita -of $Z," .-' .

3e* W. W. Jackson, ,of Electra; the letters in the language to spell time are; the; .following:" ,Hampton S. 900,000 and'assets to the amount of Wholesale and Retail .L .
Liquors {
V VS R Allen/Stevens,' of Otoa:" A. L Clay. some words. Why Is not 'program- Chambers- -!; Frederick< Vogt- and Homer 1019658451. :;:;1 -F ..:: ...

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R : < THE .OCALBANNE"fi = Ra r' 4rMr. .' i,. ._ .,. 'V-.1, -V' -
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w, Henry Watterson, editor.of: going,from ' Jacksonville As some;qf our people are interest: AS)A WOMAN SEES If1

.. FRANK. .HARfM,. Witor.! |1* C url Journal discusses' the jo other., ,day :we'fell ia with a'tiny ed in a reportedjtnew remedy for .-.i'fGubernatorial ,4''t f"': <'.-. I IWrittca For .,,_'c,
P. .v. UaveflgooeVitMinM* '*teMg r. ist as an- .office-holder, ,.f or..all. -man.!:: and eventually the 'jJrink white flys* discovered by. .Prof Zents, -.. r. > ). -'-
*V f-j >- iv r TEE OCALA BASKET
:..r V ,V .. world,as if his name were never Became the subject of conver of Livingston, the ditM made' :requisition ,Bee 'Is Buzzing at the <
'" tioned for the second highest He said that he had boarded on' County Treasurer Knox V Seeems be By
:,j "' under the government that morning at seven o'clock and his, vehicle and' in_company with Capital,Jennings Star to .Miss Jefferson- BalL

;, ....- 'Mr. Watterson: says;' during the entire day had not him made a trip'' to the Fairview section In the Ascendant--Some InterestingEarly 4 Y .

The'modern newspaper is the a bottle, of, any description un ,to..see.. : what,could |>MS seen. Florida History *

almost the sole vehicle of the by any of. the .pasengers. He Some of the, groves on the Apopka

lar .intelligence. It holds a that such a thing would have road, north of. the town, Are infected -

to the mind of the, people which almost an impossible. occurrence with the fly,worse than any other,section "TallahasseeAugust. '24.-"No ,I I the' old Spanish; road is intersected by

railway holds to their or fifteen years ago. That .drink but as one approaches Lake Fairview Special to the Ocala Banner: a small trail running southwardly,

should be both' decent 'and in those times was the rule and very few signs of the pest !are wound not have it, not if they broughtit J n the exercise of the discretion in

\ :' ested. It is likely to be neither the exception. It is now the ex- visible. f said me vested by the said act and for the
to silver waiter.
me on 'a
serves the ambition .of a self.see and not the rule. Prof. Zents erstwhile, known as information of the good people of this

a, V Mottos The Banner thou politician, or the' avarice of some traveling through Georgia the "Solomn the Wise," was very glad to Hon. Frank Adams on the Leon porch t territory have thought proper to Issue

believing porate private ownership. It is, observations were noticeable. show his visitors his metb.od'at treating Tuesday. We were: discussing the this, proclacation, requiringthe
the take ofT
/at to
e top.. care
: -- has* =Tthemselves tinctly a public conveyance and fell into conversation with a a tree and cheerfully gave' his governor's office. "I would supportMr. members of the legislative council
taken tand !in the
its :
'V barricades with the common people valuable as* such. The -newsp who sells pianos,and organs theory, though he seemed to be notquite : Croom is he were a candidate, I of the territory of Florida to as-
+ which reach nearest this the state and especially prepared'to tell,what the Ingredients semble at the site above described,on
,K: i and its.fight will .be made for the betterment but he does not want it." continued
are most succesful. -Tnose that rural districts, and he said that of nis compound are. the day appointed by law, for the next
= : of those at the bottom. :Mr Adams If T. A. Jennings is a '
The professor's theory fs'that by the
fy it generally fail of success. drink habit was almost obsolete session thereof.
.' '. Clark Howells defeat for of the counties of Georgia. "inocula on" of thee orange'' trees, at candidate shall support him 'against "Given under my hand and the seal
F '. .: : FRIDAY. ,' 31. ,. 1906.. of V Georgia by Hoke Smith is most of the counties are "dry" the base of the trunk or in the roots all comers. Ee 1s the man for the of the said territory at Pensacola this }

t tive.. Why "!..._11'*- TTA-1 that while a good many jugs with his anti-fljr compound life tree 'becomes office and can have it if he wants it. I'4th day of March, in the year of our

a. Tom .Watson is'on top.of.'Georgia. be governor of Georgia? Why shipped into these counties: "immune" to the' fly; mat it Hamilton county will give him a rousing ,Lord one thousand-eight hundred and

: : Hoke Smith is just fifty years. old. he not be content with the, what seemed to be 'a good many) will neither feed upon: 'the leaves or vote. I started to say that I am twenty-four and o f the independence

editor of ,a prosperous and are distributed over a large ter lay eggs upon them. riot talking for publication, but I won't of the United States of Americathe
:- : The Bryan band wagon 'is over tial 'newspaper? and the houses will not num- He claims' that: the :stuff enters the io that. As Senator Adams Is supposed forty-eighth. '

loaded. The profession of journalism. perhaps one in twenty where circulation of the tree,'and. goes out to carry Hamilton county In "WILLIAM: P. DUVAL.

not offer as many rewards to jugs find a habitation and a to the farthermost tips of the branchesand his vest pocket the above may be tak- "By the Governor,_ George Walton,

-.V Who' is, going to write Florida's. ,democratic I tion as the profession of politics no flies can live ,on trees so en at its face value. Mr.: Adams has Secretary of Florida."

platform? s .I I arms. The statesman and the : Georgia as a criterion, he treated.He just returned fro ma business trip to -

become a part of the recorded that he does not believe that exhibited a number of inocu New York and expressed his regretat
Dec. 11
The Atlanta ,
Constitution now prints
: c', It "Mr Smith., of their country and time; if as much liquor is consumed' lated trees and it was seen that where not being able to attend the Bryan "Tallahassee, Nov. 25.-The Indiansare

fThe of all time. Their'words are farmers today as there was ten the stuff had been injected into the reception. He is one of the number removed. The very last are taking

"white fly" problem is more important izert ffttn- enduring form, their, ; ago. trunks of the trees the bark had invited by Mr Browne to attend. their leave, and seem reluctant to J,

; than drainage.The narrated and pcitprialized, fact is noticeable elsewhere sloughed off an inch or two in diameter Mr. Adams is one of tne strongestmen move from: a country so pleasant and }

-, they are elevated upon pedestals among our farmers and in other and a foot or two in length and in public affairs In the state and beailtifuL They speak with great affection

Tampa Times predicts that' the perpetuated in bronze marble. 'as well as Georgia. there was a festering sort of black wields an influence second to none of the governor who has labored

'- democrats will carry. Kansas. they seem heroes and live In ,man who is addicted to the strip along the trunk and nearest in Florida politics and is always a beyond the knewledge of most

i hearts of their followers and in habit can, obtain a situation on branch, 'which he explained was "the welcome caller at the state house. people in their behalf. '
s Madison, county has, lined up with I memory of those who come of our railway lines, express com- medicine doing its work." Strong pressure was .brought on "By his personal
:.. tea "dry" counties! of the, state.: them. I stores In several cases he claimed he was Governor Broward from Hfllsborough courage and per-
or large department
k : severance they
0 I were quelled when
'1 .... The most succesful journalist, the restrictions to persons who overdosing the trees an'd-in one/in county to induce him to appoint Mrs. about to eommitt excesses. They also
It:seems W us an easy job for Bryan !
to spike,"Uncle Joe's" big gun. the most celebrated- players,;, : are becoming more and more stance a small branch had been kill W. O. Pass, supervisor of registrationfor speak of the kindness and attentiaonof
P 1 : .and leaves no copy." The best of- i It will gradually but ed.But the county. This office was held the white people generally"
''. Those "dark orses' In: Georgia all is hid away in musty files 'and" i include steamboat lines and the professor thinks h" has discovered by Mr. Pass, who died suddenly recently

disappeared 'when the |resulta were ten. For him exists not even the businesses and profesions. the amount necessary to doth the precedent set by the governorin

; '.., -.,:"* recorded. cessories of the theater, the man who is addicted to the business, which'""is,very small and appointing Mrs. Dearborn clerk of "Tallahassee, Fla.. Nov. % .-We are

though mimic scene, the .glare habit will, in the future. be need not injure |he trunk of the tree the circuit court of Dade county after ail well, as should be expected, for a

VF There Is one thing about the new I glitter of lights, the glory of sock handicapped. because he will hereafter Inject iF Into the death of her husband last year woods town of five months old, in all

9. method of spelling any sort of spell- buskin,, however: 't fitful and the roots. A;clbse examination of opened the door to office to the women the essential appointments of shelterfor

:;:t ::jag,will do. yet yielding certain exploitation it a Whiteashing Affair the tree did not show any signs of of Florida. In exceptional cases the head and lining for the stomach

Ale dear'to human vanity- as .: thought that perhaps, that when white .fly having r laid eggs on the.trees only will it be wise for the governor well roofed' houses,all with chimneys -

The anti-drainage" bureau in Jacksonville .of listning senates to command Sun gives out its information in in previous seasons, nor had there to make such appointments, but he -more or less-great plenty of

VV- ,seems, to have closed its laurel wreaths after cities taken to John A. Graham, of Mana- ever been a sooty mould on the leaves. will be ,able to make the discrimination -. fuel-as old Boone required it, two

.' .doors., We hope. Governor' Napoleon battles won. For ,him none ( that the democrats would Perhaps a half dozen' flies were seen so there is no immediate dangerof lengths of a tree ,from the door sill-

'3. Broward, Is now happy. but instead the only grateful out Mr. Graham for the reasons in the trees and two or three leaves the offices being- monopolized by good beds and blankets plenty; some

Ohio 'democrats. :that' of his conscience for'duty veery man that is up for the office were found thathad;; a very few eggs the women. chairs and an occasional table; good

in convention two' at' the silent plaudits of his seU-! of the people, should on the underside, whether of the last This reminds me of an appropriatelittle flour and corn meal bacon beef, pork, s

s ,, -".Columbus' '. cheered" 'for. minuteswheicr in doing good.the somewhat Caesar's wife, above suspic- hatching or just laid was not noticed. story told by Mr. Crpom .at din poultry wild turkeys, geese. and duck
.\VBryan's; 'name-was" men4.fetioned i. ,,-, .< ',
'. ,cal pleasure of being rather Such does not seem to be the The professor thinks he had plentyof ner at the Leon Sunday, "I was talking butter potatoes-both kinds-onions,

by ,Chairman McCann. tnan pretty;. The democratic county com white_ fly around him and is quite with a countryman on the train last apples, coffee and all the varieties of

'- ; : V.|: If Hoke .Smith, a member, of Cleve- i In the proportion, however, has met and exonorated :Mr. positive that thei' has a sure cure and week down In south Florida, he was bar comfits and comforts-all good

| land's cabinet, can coddle Tom WatT I the journalist ,Is. a free man who and condemned the Sun. This preventative. It, was suggested that discussing Governor Broward," said. and plenty

,5 son,jwe do .not. ,see. why. Cleveland cannot never crooked: the pregnant hinges does not seem to us to have by another year: the fly will probably Mr. Croom. "He said, Veil used to The Indians-Neamathla and family

,, $"" -mount ,.the Bryan band 'Yagour' the knee for fortune, for ribbon or conducted fairly. work 'its way out ,in that see'tIon. like 'Governor Broward I thought he departed today for the country of

1"_? i LI I I .place, nor fawned upon the J.'j are two indictments' against as it Is now fairly on, the road and was a pretty good man and I voted the Upper'Creeks, with whom he in-
V ".'-,10'" Senator Tillman ,has gone west on of public opinion, there at stamp it as a whitewashing af tnen will come the test as to whether for him but I don't like him appointing tends to pitch Jxis tent. The remaining

_ v.a: lecturing tour. He commands a I breezy self-elation unknown to First, the Sup was not Invited inoculation will knock them out. The women to office. My wife usedto tribes (Seminoles) are assemblingat

-"" 'Ia1a11' of $200 per day This Is even !favorites of courts and 'forums present. Then the meeting was professor believes however, that he be .hard enough to get along with )Click's town, from whence they will {

V; V ... better than being.a United States sen- !prance around in togas and stars to prevent threateded independ- has already fixed his trees to that but since he appointed Mrs. Dearborn take up-their line of march for Tampa;

iV. ;, ator. ,4 garters _achieved by more or less and overthrow of the demo- though the flies may light on tnem clerk she is outrageous.' all parties contented and happy as

"' self-seeking and servility. There party by the socialistic candi they will not _remain, he is going on coed possibly have been looked for.
::. .John'Temple.Graves speak with I i genuine compensation in thIs: We are not fighting the Sun's the theory that "an ounce of preven- The governor has returned in high All accounts of the
Bryan at Chicago in September. The but it is only fair that repre- tative is worth a pound of cure."-Orlando glee over the cordial reception given
_ brings less dazzle, but more country continue flattering. *, *
gifted Georgian is .a finished orator should have been granted Star-Reporter. him in Pensacola.He .
and. the Nebraskan .have to look ness. The Pensacola and Augustine road '
will The fate of Greeley and and the meeting should have made a strong speech which was -Captain. Burch's i
to his laurels. I well received. The makes contracts
and Forney ought to be a warning called to examine 'Mr. Graham's Hoke Smith and His Victory.It governor have reached'us, and there la

: V Florida Is still solid for "Uncle Hen others of their calling who feel to see if it tallied with the ac- was a regular land .tumble for a good impression wherever ne goes good reason to believe that contracts
_ i's and not to fix up the poli Hoke He carried and has developed into a remarkeblyable
riff Watterson for ,Bryan's running fleabite of office. Journalism Smith Georgia. will be offered for from Apalachicola -
mate.' Get on the Watterson .bandwagon as jealous a mistress as law., It fences so as to keep the party 121 out of 145 counties and will go man.Work to St. Augustine. by men who

_ and let's make both' nominations but few honors to bestow; but it from socialistic encroachments. into the convention( with 312 of the out the governor's mansion is may be relied on. The prospect for

unanimous not share these :with politics. actions as these only ex 366 votes. A victory could hardly going rapidly forward. Mr. Klutho. the completion of the road within the
There is an instinct in office the corruption of a party rather have been more overwhelming and
architect next Is
the was here this week to year very faIr-speed the road 3
} If Mr. Hoke Smith can sleep under it If we put men in
ting at war with the Instinct of cover up. complete.His .
inspect the work. The building, will and prosper the roadmakers say we
the same blanket with Mr. Thomas office who are "tainted" with I following "
nalism. The one is an offispring opponents made the be ready for occupancy in the spring. alir 1
I Watson, he can with all safety and it will only be a question
genius for personal solicitation, showing: Russell 10 counties with 22 Tallahassee was settled more than 80 3
saneness, support Mr. Bryan for the when the office will "smell to 14 : --
other of the spirit of independence. votes; Howell 7 counties ..with years ago and) has taken a long
presidential nomination [ and we will find our whole 4 counties with 12 votes "Married-At Tallahassee, on Tues-
man may sevre two masters. votes; Estill ; time to arrive at the dignity of the
journalism who seeks perferment : plum crop rotten to J. M. Smith Vith 3 counties 6 votse. official! home of the governor.I day the 12th July, by Ede Van Evour, ,.
_ The "personal organs"-of Governor himself at an immediate and .I core.-The American Eagle Os- In a telegram to James R. Gray, Achille Murat esq., of Florida, for- '
Broward say:that roward wiped up merly of eldest -
Fla. Italy son 'of his late
; disadvantage He is ,a Sabbath editor of the Atlanta Journal and have been much interested in
; BeardA8 said before it is an
; we one teacher who wants a drink on I manager of Hoke Smith's campaign old file in majesty King Joachim, of Naples, to f
thing to be a newspaper' and quite I newspaper now possessionof Mrs. Catherine Dangerfield of
The System. Gray
a book worm among athletes, I Mr. Thomas W. Lawless, editor of the Hon. H. Clay Crawford Clpt'pat,,
another : to be 'organ. rv
evident that Tallahassee. lately of
I is more and more Fredericksburg.
tenderfoot among cowboys. He Augusta Chronicle,, who opposed Hoke of state. It is a file of the Pensacola
__- V Suits have been filed in Indianapolis not be at one and the same time I poor man," for whose benefit the Smith strongly said: "I had rather Gazatte which was published from Va.. daughter of Major Byrd C. Willis, -
In of the above
system of election was a'Udal place
: V against Adams, American and bolder'of an office and the head I be drowned by wave than Pensacola by W Han ell Hunt. The
United States Express to oust them newspaper if he expects to obtain stands "no show" The man by falling in :a creek'* and that seemsto file dates from March 13, 1824, to I c

; from Indiana, charging habitual violations ularity which got him the office,, i the "pocket-book" alone is eligi be about the general feeling .in March 2.. .1827, and It contains many I "Prince Murat and Princess Murat

_ of laws Iri'f ailing to deliver pack. exercise influence without Which : election. The recent primary and Georgia.In interesting stories of those days.In better remembered at Tallahassee as )

ages.f newspaper must be a rather cost Hoke Smith fortune a '"Sketch of coke Smiththe it is published the journal of the Madame Murat had ca handsome estate r sin

ideality from any elevated point Howell'a "small Atlanta Journal ,says that "he give expedition of the capital commissioners Jefferson county where he lived ; '

The negro federal troops have been view He must give up the one I by the pocket-books of rich up his position in Cleveland's .cabinet to the interior of Florida to selecta the life of a roystering country gentleman

ordered out of Texas and will be sent the other If he looks for long and [ but .measured by the pocket- because he learned that his associatesdid site for the permanent location of hunting riding to hounds, drinking :

to .Fort Reno' Okla Fort Brown at tenure. t of poor .men, a very "big for. not propose to vote for Wiliam: J.' the capitaL The legislature had met and sleeping with his boots ciLAf-

.Brownsville la to be abandoned as I I !" The 'poor man in a primary is Bryan the democratic nominee for alternately at Pensacela and St. Augustine ter his death Madame Murat retiredto

-: soon ,as government property'can'pacKed' Campaign Contributions. i considered and stands no president and returned to Georgia and and had appointed J. L. Will- an,estate Tallahassee. He carriage

be up and shipped away.. m the mail a few days ago to i I show of winning than strength a snow in gave him the full strength of his sup- lams and Dr. Simmons a commission with the livery and arms of V :t
has of gathering
republican congressional port. to select a site for the permanent seat France driven four abreast was a notably
Mr Pat Murphey says that the Tallahassee I in August weather. The pri
Sun is New York there was a letter We are glad that the Journal makes of government. The story of their Investigation familiar sight on the streets of
taking an unwarranted eliminates
I the poor man
distinguished republican trust this fact public because we have been of the country is the capital city. In the Episcopal cemetery
use of his name and in so doing is office and is as effective as if .
.holding him up to public ridicule nate enclosing a check for $1. So i, disfranchised by legislative laboring under the, Impresion that he told in this journal. Heated pol- two twin pryamidal shafts mark: -';

i which Is hurtful to his character, and wel4 and good his dollar is as did not support Mn Bryan because"he itics seemed to have abounded in the resting place of the Prince of Naples < :

TV V V J: standing as a citizen and 'he 'shall as any other dollar even the one I Henry Watterson ends a long leaned" too far in the direction of those days as well as in ours. Gen and his gentle American Princess. .f r
:. ceived from one of the treasury populism. eral Call's campaign for
call the congress
_ on for protection and on the primary in the follow '
-r V damages woman.. But there was. it is ., and pointed manner: Mr.,Smith is a strong man and will reached a point that made the recent The Nation's Sympathy.

another' check enclosed in the I short finecall the damned make a most able executive officer. Georgia campaign look pale beside it. Roosevelt's sympathy for Chile was ,=

it _' We' are glad that flinois 'democrats letter from the republican trust off, and give a 'poor'" nan a The thread of the story of the state well expressed. The first telegram! ? 3
had a' mind of their own. Local self. nate for $10,000, which 'for [i to get a nomination as .in A New ,Form of Graft. runs tnrough the following selections reads: '"In the name of the people of r ?

k., : '. :government tag the cardinal doctrine reason the chairman of the co I of without money and The dispatches from ,South America from the old:file: the United States I offer tribute of ; .r
",.. "'. -of democracy and its interference did not inform the reporters as yore price!" announce that "Mrs.. Root wife "By William P, DuvaL. governor of sorrow and sympathy to their afflicted =

!. from whatever source should be other subscription letters have_ I' of secretary of-state!!, who, with -their the territory cf Florida. '-Proclama- brethren 'of Chile by reason of the

&r t V stoutly resisted. Mr, Bryan belongsto reported. Why did the trust seems to be another big daughter Miss Edith-Root,, Is sharingthe tion. awful disaster that has befallen Val ; "

the democratic, party,.the democratic give the additional $10,000'when brewing in the government honors heaped. 'upon the secre- "Whereas, in pursuance' of aa act paraiso/, D'

party does 1iot'lQig to him and had only been invited to give $L? II office and there is serious tary at Rio Janerio, was presented of the legislative council of the terri The second one was as follows

,' he of all men should. .''"hands off in he fs. Interested Jn 'a corporation whether the near public with a collection; of rare Brazilian tory of Florida, approved the; 24th day "Let me repeat my expression of to- _:

t;. local 'affair; is fostered by the tariff and is' is capable of carrying out the gems' by the Jockey Club while she of June, 183, commissioners were, appointed tense sympathy and express the shocked ,.'

r ; .Jif i.. ."'- fore in.heart sympathy. : with the orders "go as far as you and the ,secretary were.attending the to select the most eiligible horror this people feels at the appalling -
Wtethj> >r Broward. Auras the rightortothe '
Jto agreed to' races. ; and
'expects icy upon< stand pat and get results. convenient situation for the seat disaster that has befallen 'Jour
-f, ;amount, left, /he ': certain a certain still ,allow tMtartff- fostered For a, Federal officer to go sailing of government ottne,territory of:Florida great .nation. We are following: the .
ot praise
.y t I.1 a;neter'dtsappotaied.Irony .;quarter to continue) to plunder the people revolution in Cuba still goes about>> ;the world_ ia,a government ., .and the .salil." oaimisaioaers hare news, :with. the most eager and nye1 .;.
*, dJ For evidently ,is willing to do his on. And "remember the ship accompanied b1' his wife and reported, tome. that they have select, concern*. -- -
'* 1nat&nce1Y 'fuidbdlinea: like .the toward corrupting the voters to ," does not have anyplace In daughter,.ad' receiveor' allow-members ed s site in the county of G&dsden. situ 'i!: "
'. following"Facts.and' fisures aa&an- own either.. of his family to receive rich ated '
.... .; bled the'goo@rppr ItytitanghiehaF war'songs, about a, mile.-. southwest from: the Governor Broward has pro -:
F by R, the everglades ". is said. presents ,in .this is not a' old "
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to fe ba i
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;' :i "Bid ,pubbs.sat ,m'a rail fence for ,

': 1l-'pQ-emf: rotC d Editor Ocala.Banner: three hours Tuesday, whluung..Leesburg ."-- 1 1' I 1411.11t t 1.

Allow ,me through .the. **>i tt7i Ef (MOo) LIght / .1 tttlt
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; till' f 11' n 11'11'11..11' ., .. .IHH. i H n H' i nil' ,11 in' i \ 111111+10 your paper' to address the To sit on.a rail fence requires* lit t 4 t l t It _.
**. Marion county tie}energy. It .is something, of,course. I Nt ; '

T' POPULAR: CREDOBy I aoTthe founder of a if the sitting be. graceful, and of* pttrtltll !3't ss Ittt 1. 4tt 4-

The course that Bid was graceful goes it .tyt' t -
best known as the Boys of '
Charles P. ,Shirts ved without saying as it were, so to speak, alwrutttasace, I.elAiJdtdt .
r -. It is an auxiliary to the W 29, nevertheless: and .so on. But grace Is 11 .

a IME3 and dollars dollira aM Dimes and dollars, dollars and dimes! the World and can be established the 'not the whooptoroora of life. It does Ilu fill
dime*! An empty pockets the.worst of crimes! 1,1111 tUhl -
'_c :. D Aa_e npty pockets the worst in.connectionwitha camp', ex .not put butter on the pancakes. It t t 1 II It ItYttl
N "" 'Of crimes! 'I know a bold'and an honest man of 'does not buy peanuts at the circus.. I 1 1 1 1 1 1 liilii,
If a man la down, war, give Who strives to live on the Christianplan. iiti I I t l i l ilt
i him a thrust; ,,' der.Its object is to make .boys the !So with all his beauty of movement % iLl t. t 1 1/ 1 ttI
TrampU the beggar Into the dust! But poor ha Is and poor will be; -and the artistic detail with which he .
In muscles, mind and morals. h.h1
Presumptuous poverty's Quite appaJIA scorned and hated wretch is he; t t S 1.1111
.1 ,,'- Jtosu _. ,.. ... _-.. __ At home he meeteth a starving wife; The way for boys to be. 'dropped his legs about the fence Bid
Knock him over; kick biiq for"falling. Abroad h 'leadth*a leper's life. I to pact like men. stands convicted unless perchance,
,If a man is up oh lift him higher! They struggle against fearful.odds i our hew be the victim of
d Tour soul's for'sa1eand: he's buyer. Who will not bow to the people's gods. The best men, as a rule are en-
i'.; es and dollars, dollars and 'dimes! Dimes and dollars dollars and dimes! I bers of fraternal societies. rail- vious slanderer, of-killing time
An empty pocket the worst of crimes! An empty pocket's the worst of crimes! In Boys of Woodcraft we the I But still the Incident may be of

, 'I know a poor but,wortliy youth. I So get>ye .wealth-no matter how! t the.good points of the great .some value as a warning to the youthof
J ;Whose, hopes are built on'a maiden's -No questions asked of the rich. I societies. I America. The spirit of modern
r .
I truth. trow.
But the .ldeIwlll" break her vows. Steal by night and steal by day f. We have grips, signs and America may be summoned up in a RjKSay
; with.ease; -T'lfes, (Doing it all Jn"a legal way) Xfe, words; we have an Initiation -- -,.tie word-hustle. The man who sits
For a wooer, cometh whose claims are, Join the-Church and never forsakes 1 rail
on a for three hours and
.1 these: ; ?' .' h. .. f-\U-f--.- J.- fen for all but the candidate;
$ A'.hollpw'heart/an,empty heali Learn to cant and insult your Maker like a band of brothers. We or whittles belongs to another age and
r Aface'.well: tingedwith: ;: the,brandy; Be hypocriter\Uar knave and fool of another land. He is allowing his life
redT. But don't be"poor i. ':Semember sick, help the needy and'bury RED ROCK
A soul!,well trained In villainy's school rule; I the'.f dead. to go by and the world to turn around

4 And cash.-' sweet'cash. He kfiowethii Dimes and dollars,,dollars!, and ,dImes'T In without his accomplishing what he and PLAIN
our regular meetings we
the' -An the of say ,
empty pocket's worst crimes law
ought to accomplish. In !the three
rule:1'I'I'I:: ,J Improve our manners Develop '
I-Mil H-I-H-H-H-H"_ I I-H.111- : HIIII.: minds, and subdue our passions. by nours that Bid sat upon the fence for imitations are

have military evolutions, parlim Vail he could have gone to the village in vain.

f practice and practical lessons store and postoffice and with a few
THE TURPENTINE MARKET. sales reported later in the and 'the ,
day principles of fraternity.. other sages of Leesburg solved all ,
-" supplies all taken off factor's hands. These things are enough to I. law the problems of the government. He '

: [iRosine Still Climbing Upward-The The American demand is, reported as American boy want to could have read a book. He could
i ,Demand! Apparently. Greater'Than taking the bulk of the offerings, the I member but there are other [: But have made up his mind, packed his Sold at all groceries in

The: Supply.. foreign consumers. I gradually fighting that are pleasant and profitable. 1 clothes In a bandanna, caught the bottles, and on draughtat

1 '3' < shy; on the advances, which have beenas camp in Jacksonville has over .. and, train, and headed for the city to become all founts.

last week. we said; "The demand sharpe in London as 'on this side. :hundred members. They see a m1lli :la.lre. Instead he sat on

f for- rosins continues good from all At Savannah the receipts for the week boys of woodcraft to be their a rail and whittled! 11;:":1

.' quarters of the world, America and were" but 4,709 casks and at'Jackson- November 9, at the Jacksonville ; Are you a Bid Dubbs? Do you, ,I'h' ''''
yule 3,380 casks. August is a month of figuratively sit on the fence rail and Mai1'M1
l Europe repeatedly :calling for additional nival. All visiting cadets will "' I
R, supplies: comparatively small receipts, that is, tertained in the homes of the II this whittle? Are you allowing opportunities -

P This, week's events have simply thereceipts; are smaller than in May, bers. their to slip past? Are you lettingthe

/:given anew basis for this statement June'-and July or in September and This day will be B, .0. W. it "other fellow get ahead of you

October.. Exactly why this midsummer in the contest for modest lithsome,
; The situation has strengthened with The cadets will parade the

a. ....';. .with .day.. As the. season .progresses drop in receipts. should, come isnotknown with bands of music; :with bewitching Nancy? If so, change your
unless it be a period of recuperative : ways. 'Don't be a Bid Dubbs. The Bid
-q the demand grows greatetr apHI flying and will march out to
'" rest taken. by ,the trees, I Dubbses never amount to anything.
Vparently with each .week, with mere- grounds. There will be
but in vent the statistics of '
'1:,*' 'Jy; incidental slight periods of dullness any many drills and a very little speech I Louisville Courier-JournaL

s .:+'?":'J' ."and reacion'one begins to won- past years show that August always and the boys will ,then proceed to The Stripes a Boy Should Wear., j

-; :\ \Tder; : :whether there, is really going to bring less turpentine to market than In the shows. law \4-;
either of the other big receipt"months. Rabbit stories in Australia are
,} >)V(enough rosins .to ,go around. Buy The next,bg! thing is the
The 'danger In the present situationlies about as plentiful as ,fiish storiesin
clamorous for and inside the Jamestown exposition.
/1'@s seem supplies, !
in the fact that further boost in Florida. Here Is'a sample: r
a :; with severaf lit the market it has Woodaen of the World and the I
,i values may suddenly check demand law. A farmer barricades, .himself
4, ; been difficult at times for them to sel of Woodcraft ,will camp Inside h -t,
again as .was the, case of a fortnight in with miles upon miles of wire fen*
: a cure ,the stuff needed to meet their grounds a week beginning May .
I I ago and bring about a quick reaction.It ,' com- ing solely to keep out the rabbits. I -
i", calls.
customers Altogether it. isa 1907
: Is being 3emonstrated pretty thoroughly : con They eat their way up to the barriers
p ; :>most; remarkable situation. Prices. ; To every camp already
,'' though that this month the and in the fight for: tae green land E1,
:.r are'way; ahead of what they were "at would suggest that: you go to *
< demand and receipts enable some within the wire they die in myriads.
this time last year especially, for the make enough money to pay the
-f\ quickbull movements to succeed. The AU around the enclosed land they lie
::1 Jesser grades. and it. Is unquestionably road fare for the entire camp.
S different spurts all help to gringO up in heaps In Incredible size. Swarm
''-r-.>he belief that even higher values are To boys not yet organized I
the producers general average for the rail after swarm follows on, and at last
-t: girt before us unless there should be suggest That y u'ge a dozen ee
.' season and If the upward tendencyin first the heaps of dead are so high that 'jri
: sudden stoppage of demand, which best boys in town together.
& rosins and turps producers wia be- the late comers 'make their way over
,hardly among the possibilities, 'In- lect the biggest hearted Wood i
; rfs meet at Jacksonville next month In a that the fence and .ae farm Is ruined.
: =;QUUfts are reported by exporters the camp and go to see him !
-' : c happier frame of mind than otherwise B&i l be That-Is a pretty good story; -- ** {
from every direction, and the domestic till he gets you started.
if would. have ben the case. be New York Tribune, but the latest
c k''t. riihtomer apparently do not, stop --." i. You must .be Boys of loss news, from 'Australia is that the
;.;' 'th"consider.: prices in their eagerness t. take In either of these events.If .
firm whole level of. the continent Is beire
JI; This ) a.-m., spirits
in Marion
boy county
ep8upplled\\ The activity in very
v F'kto gent at '611.2 cents receipts 845, sales 368. elevated by these strata of dying Manufactured by THE RED ROCK -
write for I
me particulars.
., eral.naiufactures" in this countrybN .
Rosins firm at considerable advances rabbit ,COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida
em unabated, and in the fall months swer through the Banner.
: on G ad above. Receipts iw! are
r f mqw every sign of .being unprecedenied'tot Your friend
: fJ r
; sales 1,790. at following quotations: ;
J. N.
-g- .' this respect, and'the Industries -
.:f.. -using rosins must of course WW $5.65. WG $5.45, N ,o.35, M $5.15. 1101 East Church street,

: K' $4.95, I 4.85. H $4.65, G $4.55, Fla. SHOES
share In the wide'spread prosperity.
k f F $4.321.2, E $4.25, D $4,10, C-A $4.00. bus
,:ii" *(Itl( ()'wonder, therefore that $6.000
Naval Stores Review
Savannah Governor Broward will speak,
waterwbite .
: is,'regarded'as almost ine-

: 'Tltabie, and no, one will predict just BROWARD AT FORT McCOY. per next Saturday on his that

4' ,what. commons may do later on. There position We can Save You Money On' rqs

.w i : is, every. reason why the faces of proQueers True to his appointment Governor they

: of naval should bright..
! stores Broward spoke at Fort McCoy Friday .

en: up as they study the dally market afternoon on the drainage of the Ev AWfUL Shoes for the Entire Family -

reports, of
erglades. He was driven over from

During the week ending .last night Citra by Mr J. W. Crosby member of the go Call on Us. /> 4-

the advances in rosins were as follows
county committee.
,the executive YfAnS ini
r ail(. : Waterwhite 20 cents, window-
Governor Broward was met by a sa1-
J. 'glass 5, N 15, M 25. I 171-2., H 12 1-2.

.,.., :X3.';iO,, F 12' 1.2E. 15. D IT 1-2 A-C30. crowd estimated to have numbered -

e.",{- The advance' in tile very blackest. between eight hundred and a thou's.and Terrible Scaly Humor in ex W. J. Chambers Shoe Company*

-.: ;grades' was remarkable indeed and and was listened to with strict All Over the Body-Skin en we

;' AK1 are now bringing $4.00 per 2001b.. attention. Those who heard him said '
and Bleeding Itching
.r ;as*,against $3.40 six weeks ago when he presented his scheme in a most b I men i

they touched the lowest prices since |plausible manner and the crowd was able-Cured by Cuticura in keep McMillan Bros.

April 1. All of the common rosins, i. with him from start to finish. It is Days at Cost of 475. steel able =:

e:, H and below are now almost at said also that he has made. wonderful .

F 'the highest point of the season, and improvement along the lines of ora- ANOTHER WONDERFUL Southern Copper Works

{3 It wlU not be surprising If the next tory since he started out on his first

few days sees them establishing the campaign and 'there are now few men CURE BY U
: highest values they have known since In the state who can present an argument Manutacturers of Turpentine Stills
--1--- .
April 1. As they form such a large in a stronger and more forceful
"I was afflicted with psoriasis
be ,and General Metal Workers.
proportion .of' the current receipts manner. He spoke at Fort McCoy thirty-five years. It was in

E :.this .is- certainly most gratifying news for two hours and a half and during over my body. I used three se-
:to the producers., On page 17 we giver the whole time kept the close attention of Soap, six -
Cu J. Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching .
the dally closing prices and on page of his audience.It "
ment, through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
.8' a comparison for four years, an interesting was the day of Pentecost,repeated e'" bottles of wire will receive prompt attention at either of the -: .

study in values that shows -he made converts of. all who -t cura R of follcwing works a .
bathed with
r', how materially conditions have were. present and all went away fully Soap, applied

changed! in the naval stores industry, convinced that the drainage scheme t Ointment any
WaterhUe., closed yesterday higher is a wonderful 'thing and that Florida day, and says a had closed of' the season a absolutely needs it in her business 'rected.R olvent In- ," JACKSONVILLE FLA WOBILE, ALA s

little told well who attended from Ocala
straw which pretty: Those

I. '
\ days was completely cured ,. --3-
: how sales have been acting in reecnt were:' C. L. Bittlnger of the Ocala think permanently,as it was .

' -; days.. 'Even better things seem ahead Evening Star; E. C. Smith Hal Eag :years ego. the

;; 'for these light faced varieties.l The leton, John P, Galloway Chas. Math "The psoriasis first made its his
ance in red spots generally I We Never Disappoint iii Our Fatbits.
g receipts of them which have held up ews. D, A. Miller. Wilbur Cleveland circle,leaving in the center spot -

;; a better than' was anticipated, are go- George Spencer Mr., and Mrs J. L. the size of a silver dollar of sound God FIHIIIIRrY PrHtI a IN It'flf ItN lit

4- :' tag to pieces, only .%,111 barrels posted Smoak Paul Gates and John T. Lemis, In a short time the affected and stuoat tie DUe st aa4
would form scale of 'IE .E' .. .. 't&oa b adueai CsaOis..ettI
about a heavy dry a f>
among sales of 14,632 this week of Moss Blu!. .silvery and would own cased B.W to est .,let.&Uit IUnuf at tlIaai.! artesttai s If 5

"' .OQQ barrels being H and below, tt ae Anthony, Sparr: Citra, Pine Oak drop off.appearance To remove the entire de .neDL*.PwhlYe17 eu.41;..M se ttlmatoat ta..kttlea taw

\.. consumer who has no stocks' of pales and other nearby towns furnished by bathing or using oil to soften in itnottbe VCo tor U* tmia sseas .
Dr. K. S. Ktl .. ?
..l oa hand or who may need them in delegations and it was a representative : the flesh would be perfectly raw, none {" __IU toasnflt.t ee.1! I

e',future.; is evidently going to pay gathering. light discharge of bloody, of "cu-gm et =:otet 1ia=sNaa51ilt11fN1 >
would out. That crust -
re than quotations aa the.1rigns The dinner was fine and abundant ooze scaly >H d.e t..=u4 ? s
present form again in twenty-four up- IsPatattro stc3. ...-. .
.,...,: l now indicate. Stocks of these There was barbecued beef sheep, was,worse on my arms and limbs gen =Y+st,vtol.s tacn e:: Plano t rr tt ft1R=" 8 .

1 ',. j:trades In first hands are small and and shoats. chicken: in every ,conceU though it was in spots all over Gov ata... Sa ems! .squ.. ss vs ...., aeee !loa .. .. "

., ..toward'the" close of"the season It is' veable shape. cakes pies and every body also oa my scalp If I .ttwt....u4...r akoiws.ueaasua hesagta=' 1 __'
?* scales remain too long without w. 4 a3dw'-j twat q's.c ..... i131
K: >ot improbably that the yards will be kind of bread. pastry and.sweetmeatsthat ing by bath or otherwise, the ..0.0.1)"ow sM.itd w uuntrrrtatI
't' eUIT, ... .. '
,:' Cleared. of. them, can be/ named. Everybody had an would crack and bleed I 016 ..tlsr tasdtauas seat tt lac4n..1b ...' .

.r' '" !" abundance and there' was plenty to intense itching, worse at nights not :. sacs d[ Ce Vulva't -' -

tits 'turpentine', again mot'i getting warm ia bed, or blood 1". Nu idaeT ,
Alive spare of "
by exercise: when would be es4 ;
"i i,'boosted In a measure .by'inter:* The day was a propitious one and unbearable. the r&"w.; .> N.Ift. sad : '

- partIes,- but with a general .daaind will long ,be remembered as one of "To sum ian up, I would -,.-, !S -et IEre tChsa =

';.;,, ..., '...reported... to support, the market, tae' biggest in the history'of. uis famous through such another ordeal of "'K. .... auun& ': A .
*t>q the daily advances The" closing neighborhood, for thirty-five years for the at earn C .a. ..""" F""' ,.doo+Mlfm.ur. __ ......... _ier '.:
.' Kansas.. (signed) W. If.;. ...,...,ItMnIIiIIN. a IJ1IQftI&IWftt_tlaltt_. I -. ,:
j .Quotations. yesterday. ,showed, aa. In'Cie Hutchin3on\Kan.. April 30.1905. |. _,- vOL'Z1LTLTWltt Lli33FAT19N AlfD x31 -!'; .M.g ;
i. and a,qua er 'cents; Cuba now ',has a revolution, ba her .OiaiMrtiKlrffiini ob H. t-t.ttu Il' ,filii. .. .'
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r eaomaide..: : >1r .admanly/b Alcohol is. a Remedy' for the New Special to;the Oc &,Banner: "" -- -$ i 11 r ; .. ".L .l.: .> : i

'7 u .. '; r Mania-Periodic' Drinkers' 'Suffer St Paul Minn.*August 29.:-The annual Special tothe. Ocala Banner \, ,
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'a 87 ik t; From --cute MarchsteadyDrinkers meeting the-American Ear Association Washington D. S. 29, ; i-
1. ug. lands to '
apj ; Worst.. have you wish sell, lease or rent,
oath did;we ; JVbo W'l the opens here this afternoon for: :war: department has heard
+ too oId' r.)) '.eve(01rf i f : want to", buy ,Jaiidst; fanmng grazing,
1 \ _y9 .' -l ,a three days' session promises to'be further concerning Lieutenant,

,.: hear"' the li "beautiful:.'old. .. ;love-Mory:!I! Special to, the Ocala Banner: .one of the best Attended and most in- S. Hamilton: of the 12th or lumber' purpose. -.os" "i -

swft toldj tf J5 Toronto, Ont., August29y .-Inebrie Write
; to:
tXo see Love hefbeautyj&nd sweetness teresting meetings of that distinguished since his dissapearance some ,
,.. ', as ,a phase of insanity,* a disease national
organization held.
-_ 'antoln* I : ever I ago fromFort Jay, New York \ \
what is it?, It'comes themorning that kills 100,000 persons a year,, was Among those who have come to the !
ive; he was stationed. Fears are
breeze' ; pf the topic discused by Dr TV. D. Cro- city to attend the meeting are many REAL! ESTATE CO.

It laughs back to us from thefblos- thers, superintendent of Walnut distinguished members .of the bench tained by hisfriends that he is OCALA FLORIDA.

and bar from all parts of the United tally affected and that some ,
Boming trees Lodge. Hospital, of 'Hartford', Conn.,
[It lookup ;four [ ke..rclear States. This session of the association come to him.. His brother, .

_. 6, before the British Medical Association promises to be unusually interet- lieutenant, in tne navy, is now
shining /
lace ;; -!. _
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k shows Itself m- the. vine's tender today ing and it is expected that ,important tient of the government

jit clinging eirabrace n,,. I In Doctor Crother's opinion, the results will spring from it. One of the insane, where he was sent
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r fIt:: delicate I term inebriety describes a condition the most important features will be ing a .series of wild escapades j
is felt in the baby: '
.-,., which caus for alcohol for its anaes- the report of the committee ,on in- Philippines. The two officers
r finger tips;
I'tic effect, and it really means a disease surance law, which will be submittedby twin brothers and obtained
As like "velvety rose petals they ca-
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rcss mother's lips of .the brain for which alcoholis Ralph W. Brekenridge, of Omaha, sions in the army about the

? It is shown in the faithful daily're a most grateful remedy.'The use of the chairman of\.ihe committeee.The time.!. They gave promise of

t With- which a' grown child combs I alcohol, he said, is in the most casesa report which is quite lengthy bright and capable officers and

symptom of disorder and not, as
makes the following recommendations some careers.
hair. "
grandmother's I
ti, supposed, the cause and the theory : 1.. That ,the insurance committee tenant L. C. Hamilton, brother

J It 'Is in the heart of the youth when that'. the,- excessive use of spirits is a be directed to draft and report to Lieutenant Hamilton, Designed:

: he sighs, vice and moral conditions is not true. the next annual meeting of the association It was fully known in ;,
< Great injustice and wrongs follow the what extent he had misbehaved
a bill that shall safe guard the :1"
lookxat what he
: For one more sees ,
,'':Ii effort to correct this evil based on interests of the life insurance com self or that he was mentally 1
.- the eyes these false theories >while a scientific ed. The absence of other
and their the
panies policy holders but :
rs 0f his sweet; laughing, blue-eyed girl; I
.',i study of inebriety Indicates a definite shall require deferred dividends on has created much sympathy
; Whose heart la 'as as the rar- -
resf"pearl. pure. .... disease, with distinct causes, life policies to be biennially apportioned family of the two young sre+Mttill i ,>

Is seen in the bee as he gathers"honey I progres and termination, the same as credited and certified to the hold military authorities, not ,,: :

a A other diseases. ers of such policies. 2 The repeal of hear again of. Lieutenant f
f-: light on. the wing.. c(1 ,
?' intangible Two marked symptoms, of insanity the soiled reciprocal or retaliatorytax '' unless ue is overtaken som :: "
Call it not an "evanescent, 'I'
i are prominent, "Dr. Crothers contin law. 3. The repeal of the valued will then be tried for absence of tit
jjl i ued. "One is found in the periodic policy law.. 4. The creation in each and if he does not appear of I ruRr'3
Intangible it may be, but not evanescent r
i drinker, who drinks to excess for a state of the office of fire marshall. 5. accord within three months he

heavenjt| I'short period, then abstains. The drink from the
Since is I. Stricter incorporation laws in several dropped army register
by' high holy
t' :. lent. !period is simply an' acute mania, or laws in the several states with par deserter at the end of the xJwL r

to> .- It I insane impulse, which resists all ef ticular reference to the capital stock k

'forts, of control. It is often precededby CINCINNATI'S FALL F ,
|;When the husband the theE and holders' obligations in insurance i
insomnia headaches and great ir 6. The enactment of ""
companies. a
son | Special to the Ocala Banner: :'!
fI ritation. Such persons drink both secretly -
federal statute forbidding the of
By some enticing sin it use Cincinnati, 0., August 28.
For him' the mother, the sister,' the and openly convulsive onset the mails to persons associations, co- year's fall festival will open I
:- '' '-" and the inebility to break up or control conducting
partnerships or corporations
wife, ternoon with an enormous '
it except by the harshest meas of insurance business
:+ Is readyalmost :to lay downher any kind an industrial parade, the like of gout 4

111e .. S' ures. in the United States who are not has never been seen in this city. V
It Is Ioyt forhim"he so tenderly fin many cases there are distinct .licensed to transact such business by city is handsomely and ,uorrta8
premonitions of the drink storm in the states where such'persons associations sV
feels orated "
everywhere flags 1 'o ;
That now, 'for him, before heaven conduct reasoning, and appearance co-portnerships or corporationsare played in honor of the .
which the victim does not realize. In IDfli.
whose laws -
: she kneels. | domiceled, or under of visitors
J the fair. Thousands
others there seems to be a full con
"" 4 Ah, well, for her it is, that she cerI any such corporations are created. 7. Ohio and other states are 44
sciousness of its coming and extra-
tainly knows, >j- The enactment of a federal statute to this city crowding the

p. ; No earnest heartfelt prayer,.:unanswered ordinary care is taken to make the attack providing for the supervision of inter- filling the streets in the business L'ENSLE A. K. TAYLOfrCirtoonirt
as light as possible and with little
| state transactions in insurance. of the city and,In' the
.. does. ;' pecuniary loss. Such patients
A'. 4 |That the soul, whose presence, pre the exposition, which will WEEKLY WITH A WILL OF ITS OWN
make 'elaborate preparations in business BRYAN RETURNS HOME.
sent' sin seems to hide of Music Hall and of the
t J"J affairs, providing for their absence Things-Bristling With Catchy Cartoons
; < May yet ;irise, cleansed, redeemed, School. It will be the greatest
f explaining that they expect to Special to the Ocala Banner: \
purified, ; tion of the products of the n '
be away on business. Many personsin New York August .-The German want to know what's so? Perhaps you would
3y his Saviorf his Redeemer, ;his el west and of the southeastern
this way are influential and are North Lloyd-Ste mer, Irene, with William things as- they are? Perchance the truth
der brother, *:4 burdened with cares and responsibilities. Jennings Bryan and Mrs. Bryanon ever, held here. The exposition cleverly pictured appeals to you?' Per-
; "Greater love bath no man g-: than last until September 22 and have for that
t ,. They suddenly disappear from board, is due here today but not you longed a paper will print
this doubtedly prove a great drawing that should be
themselvesin everything printed?
: their business secreting withstanding the fact that hundredsand
That { own his life'for an- for the city.AUTO .
*s* some out of the way place drink- thousands of political adherentsare '
Citra Florida. Ing to a great excess for a few daysor eagerly 'awaiting his arrival in ECONOMY TEST THE SUN

;" weeks, then returning.,, These con this city, Mr. Bryan will not go ashore -
,. "ID MRICE.c a Censor., A Paper Without a
".... .... cealed : to the Ocala
c q- drink storms are very common upon the arrival of the steamer. He Special Banner:

'were. walking down' the -street among business and professional men, and Mrs. Bryan will leave the steamerat New York, August 29.-The
Nb F the other night some time about mid- and not frequently there is a remarkable the quarantine and go. aboard the my test for automobiles, under

*> 'alght'anCwepassed*a bunch:of-knee periodicity, the return, : of the steam yacht of Edward Fields Colter, spices of the New York Motor THE SUN

pants cigarettes suckers. aey were drink, impulse. \ of St. Louis, a collegemate of Mr. which begins today with a run .

having a good*'|imej" we
:whiff of prohibition bustbead? Sometime .90days,A. '. and the drink a cruise about the sound and not deal of attention and its

sOmebody's. < 210( and the Length of the all parts of the country by all
,, be robbed or someone will lose their was days o'clock will Mr. Bryan land at the Bat-

.1 life in a midnight carousal, then the ,storm about 5 days. v tery to be received by the reception bllists Under' the rules the GET THESUN

f ,parents wUl( appeaLto T The couurtsJuries ] ..Another"large clas of patients*are committee and escorted in carriage to ion this to be on the

and the: men fori their way* secret jnidnjght drinkers.' whoE:never the Victoria hotel. The big receptionin the pound mile results, and Ibis neighbors do. Get their opinion. on it.

ward boys. Civil 'or criminal do rink at any other time. Often the his honor will take place at Madison cars of all clases an even Then write right WlYto

not make drink paroxyisms bring out a different in the About forty cars started on the
f mea. They \e, reargd and Square Garden evening. .. Jacksoimyille Florida.
H nutured% .a t..home. Around the.hearthstone personality 1 :;,,and the'patient while Thousands of prominent democrats. today. rip presentingevery"! p T
1 they learn the tenets of honesty drinking is an entirely different character are here from all parts of -the United I i malE!; of)na hine. Ob3 ryatton Inclose as the notion strikes you-say .

virtue. temperance .and".'the, fear, of in reasoning. and conduct. Statees to attend the reception tomorrow carried on:..on' all machines Year $1.00 for'six months

God. Mother; when the.sin goes down' ; ..."pertain atmospheric and electrical.. night and do honor to the returning ery ca? .will: be constantly ,

and the chickens fly up to..roost see conditions seem -to be active in pre- traveler. .Many of the leading servation\ m' the time of, the 50 cents for three months. ,

that the boys ,are housed'as well as cipitating .the drink attacks. One man i democratic clubs of this city ,have until the run is completed see .to it that you'Jl never regret it. We'll give ..'. J

the little :chickensland goslings.rTreat only drinks at the seashore, another I thrown open their club rooms to the the co 's'eViII be from biggest run for yourm thatmoney ever_had. g

I *?'ihem.gentiy; and kindly ..use. ;moralr. on high. !elevations." One drinks, incertain visiting democrats and the New York Springfield and on' Friday' 'the I send sample, copies. : t
: climates and seasons of the chines will run 6 New 'York.. .
suasion and if possible make home'' a democratic club is keeping open house 1

-i-taven or-rest-then if theJ-just won't year and ,at,.no other- time., Many per and has arranged lor a recent'" i

obey the parental get you a good sons drink heavily in large elites'and honor of the visitors this evening. It GEORGIA AGRICULTURAL _. i : i'

dogwood, whip andjnake the. ust-Py 1 i are 'strict abstainers elsewhere. These Is significant. fact that during the SOCIETY -"- ;c f, :i

because! ,:it ,is Moro .b norable, |? Wear: 1 cases all have a: marked heredity campaign of 1896 the same club .closed --t- .S 1.q
to the Ocala Banner
.' the stripes of the from: neurotic parents: and most of ,I Special :
parental rod. than its doors against Mr Bryan and refused -
r ..: .the stripes ,of 'the felon-Albany them showed defects and irregularitiesof to aid in the campaign. Griffin! Ga., August ,29.-The
News. nutrition absence of proper sleep, nual meeting ,of the Georgia Railway){

and strains and drains. Pneumonia, TROUBLE AMONG COLORED ELKS. ricultural society ,opened here

,. A man! by the name of Baxley, apoplexy, consumption and paralysisare morning with an unusually .,...', =
$ i
'living' at Interlachen is charged with the common terminations. Special to the Ocala Banner; tendance. The fact that this I -: : .

whipping his daughter so severely "Another form of insanity isr seen ., Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 28.-There f is, coincides with the celebration of (No.34No.30!! NOo13.1 <

( that she died the next day. in the constant drinker wb'. "-' trouble brewing 'among the officers ol: sixtieth anniversary of the Ry 9.05a' North and West. y-
'has attracted a larger, number Lv Jacksonville ...So. Ryi 7.45p 1
daily In so-called moderation, and, because the colored fraternal organization Ry11.30a11u.30p >
members than usual.: The Jesup ... .So. Ryl0.30p( '
he is not ihcapitated, believes known as the Improved Benevolent t Ry 1.20p 6.OOaA r Macon .,.... .So. Ryf 2.5Cait.1
I that be is benefited. Measurementsby Protective Order Elks of the World, will last two days. At the Ry 6.55a 9.55aAr Atlanta .'. .. .So. RYI 5.%0a. J .

instruments of precision and careful which will open at Grand Lodge ses: session this morning Judge : Ry Ry 10.05p 12.56a Rome -. ,. ,... .So. Ry! 7.Z0i:: : 'f y;
NATURE'SJREMEDY of 12.51p Ar Dalton 8.25a.
Daniel Spalding- delivered RYI!
studies of persons who drink'regularly sion here this afternoon and there is Ry 205a 2.10p AT : .
dress on agricultural subjects Chattanooga ,.. .So. Ry! 9.45a ,' <
even in so-called small quantities a rumor among the members that B. Ry{6:58af r| 6.42p Ar Lexinton _,. .Q. & CJ: 5.20a.f/ '

indicate'that they are the most F. Howard, the Supreme'Exalted Rul- ter a short debate the meeting ; Ryl 4.17a 4.20p Ar Cincinnati .. .Q. &,C.'; 7.40x.Y

l degenerate and defective of all inebriates er of the order will be ousted. rAow- a recess for luncheon. There Ry 6.02a 6.10p Lv Cincinnati HT& DI! 8.45? ,/

and the most positively insane ever, that may be-there will be an in. an afternoon and evening session Ry 9,45al 9.50p Ar Chicago . . Big Four! 1.10& ; .

in 'a general sense.. teresting time for somebody, when rue executive commIttee. will R. 11.3\alll.2 p Lv 'Cincinnati . pa. Linen! 8.35p-:
...... -..WE., ""..HAVE.JUST, .' 'RECEIVED" '!'Tests.jshowUiat1tle.action .of alcohol the grand lodge meets this afternoon.The hold a meeting this afternoon.. R.R. 4.13pj{ ) Ar Chicago . eo pa. Lines!! 711O3'1'g r

-. A SHIPMENT "MAGICJSTOCpkND' '-' is accumulated, and both: the" brain delegates will be welcomed by 6.3Oa1Lv Gincinnati u. C. H. & D. 8.5p- .
r ; POULTRY' WISCONSIN HORTICULTURISTHOLD fAr. Chicago Jlononj 7J3a .t. ":fi
;r fFOOD"=THE"GREAT. ; FLESH. and ;;nervous ,system" \8 ;w are fpermanently Congressman George F. Waldo and Sky" {No."20 Cincinnati . .C."H. & DJ 9.tSP-iL::: = .; :

deranged: '. .: V : several responses will be made. The .. .So..Ry 7.55p 's Ar Joledo ... . Big! Four 5.Z0-, l

x ,: PRODUCER' AND, BLOOD: PU san1t1otJnebneti; is afmedIcai trouble in the order aroseover a con* Special to the Ocala Banner .. So.. Ry 12.15ajArlXtrot- >. . eo Big Four,' 1....5a_, ." t

,RIFER; MAGIC POUUXRY subject,,'and unto,The 'profession I flict'between the supreme exalted ruler : .80. Ry 'tOOafLv f Cincinnati . .Big Four) 9.8 0 p-f-:: : "' f

.:FOOD. .. r. < tWILL... ,. MAKE. .YOUR. has. taught the":public the facts of and the Brooklyn* lodges and which resulted Barabqo. Wis., August % .-For .. .So. Ry I.50pAr] Cleveland .. . Big Four! ; :;
: first t
time since 1892 the .
F-K, "; :HEN8CAY EGGS THAT .WILL.BRiNG25c. this i disease and 'the'rational means in the suspension of the lodge .So. Ryj .37PLT: Lexington ...... .80. R1f( 5.3Op 1
',' .x. state horticultural society is ..So. Ry 6.OOp I q. Louisville : 4
: TODAY.hive x . . so. Ry 8.10,
& \ : of treatment, theutmosi- confusion by yie'supreme exalted ruler, Howard, its annual session here today. ..So. Ry 8.50 aAr; St. Louis Ry. 7J2 f<. :' t

i .,., will prevail. This is'iheVew army of who lives in Covington Ky... and had ing the fourteen years that have ....Q..So.'By& C. S.15a 6.19.p'Ar i' Anniston .. .';:So. RY110,02S-" = ,- f:

: Wealso -'BIa kman'sJ' theinsane. developedbytour! tfvili- fixed a meeting of the grand lodge ed since the last meeting in this : Ar Birmingham ., ., ...80. Ry'12-019' 1 t
ration, and thiCts the' field of for but Ar Memphis . & -
had .
Me01cit d 'BaliBrick4a Beij today selected Columbus; Barboo has become one of the I Service ,on Air .u .Frisco! _
_ \ | goodGROCERY. $1'actice. for' ttfieai meufin every ,O, ,as the place. The Brooklyn lodge; Ar Kansas City .. .. ..FrisCO"t} : .
t altopborsea.soree: : : orchard and fruit centers of the Memphis .
sheep : 'ains: ? ,, '. .,... ., . .! "" ft
a a4 sndroats, community Isis| our duty to lift itout" however, decided to hold the, convention The meeting, :which was/opened Hot Springs. .. .H..I I 9.4Qa+ y. '.
: :,
< .. : realm'of
1; f. the credulity |and in Brooklyn, Sumner .. ",
selecting .. ''
EH> % i:... JIIIf ""' this morning, will ,only last one ,-
<.3> ? : .. :-ems ,LICK'T31 4!< ". quackery,, andtbring,it..into'' the lgeld Hall for the 'place of 'meeting and today : '"1 I&: the rest of the time will-be and Florida Express" .;" h:
STOCK' of exact sdenee ,:'Then> 'and'nnlythen | for the opening of the-'convention.! Dally Pullman Drawing tt.
voted .to ,interesting trips to the : rt Tampa ,and Jacksonville to: New York.
i ; t K [ ..O shall-.we;lHTable -to provide ex Notwithstanding the threats of How and Florida o
K ; idus .Cower"and farms
O ,., .. ...T : T* ( a, ; ; fruit In Pullman Drawing .0: f
vf. + -- act meansaadLicea3utes YorkDiSg
-1" .preyenijon.anc"cure. ard' they carried'their to New
-\4- now
.i -- "." > point-and vicinity, ., The .members of the ; ; ,
25 CEMTS,; ; : ->t' Ji Drawing Room Buffet 'SleeoS
they 'ta outs', Car between
propose $ ward. ,
t a \ a _"" ciation were welcomed, E.
.' ..--. ..K. ;:, ; 'it. Mayor > v1lle. Asheville, Hot (Springs ,KnomI1e, and q

v vim, : .... r- .,_ ,,.... ..._ .. ., .' Jooled Her.'* **, t' Hon.James Mr the biggestfarmer .Marmott: ;,"of Braboo ." -Daily solid 1
I ,-7 ea; :I;r cmwlednp stireoa m1 )a Georgia I i 1'e train, Through dar r
he stood
4* :Q ." < ? yet no Speaker' Cannon, who !ald Drawing Room Sleepin .Cars Jacksonville to Atlan.Ki 'W
,. .. hands ''and'knees I last night--* show for the gubernatorial'nomination. .' Also Pallmau, ,
,su ;l- -r at"Fooled months ago that. he..would, rather, Car Jesup to Cor -SIt
ROS. Pr '
OL pta' your: rlfe.,," .7ih. .. ,- tii_! The farmers of Georgia almost speaker than president will 'get Blrainghata,'Memph1 :Kaaaas City..' :r "'-

w .to Aciierdc. bKehay? "Yes;el3eWaa& re to a man, Toted for Lawyer Hote he wants,if John Sharpe Williams a"enge. Agent .joe W, Street, Fit., :_:
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-A;: ::EARLY VIRGINIAN WITCH. Portsmouth ,harbor in England. The WHAT'S HER NAME The-Country. Paper. '

.,..,. ... sails moved in obedience to her command ,
< without for the Ocala Banner. Were you raised in the country? SHELLS!
Tragic Tale. of Grace Sherwood, A' the medium of brawny Written t.

.-i>.>.'-Bewitching, Beauty, Who Was arms to pull .on brace'pr sheet Something_ over a year ago. Many city'people were. The touchof ;

Indeed after her death there was When I was. at Pablo; nature makes the whole world kin.
; : Ducked, and imprisoned 200 .
scarcely anything too marvelous ,to On the Fourth day of July, "There is'S" little country paper .---,. .,. -- ,, '. .-. '
Years Ago. attribute to. Grace Sherwood the bewitching I thought I saw an angel passing by '
that I loved to sit and read, a paper
-A beauty of Princess Anne And I was looking to see her fly;

; Special.. .to the Ocala. Banner: county of'whim no doubt the colonial To the heavens above the cky. poorly printed and behind the times SEASON IS APPROACHINd

r" Norfolk/Va.. Aug .-Nowdays the dames of the neighborhood were in indeed with pages small and narrow r
"f sanely And I looked and saw she had no and ink inclined to spread and here
;only ,witchcraft charged against woo jealous.
wings and there a letter standing on its

..i."men'who. are young beautiful and of WHOLE TOWN VANISHED Like the angels of the "King of head or caps a bit erratic, boldly ,
sympathetic heart is the subtle witch- .. .. .-.- .
: : Kings into'
IN CHILEAN EARTHQUAKE. ; popping view ,into unexpected \ -- -

...x'j; of their loveliness. Two centuries I almost cried, I was so surprised places and knicking things askew.

: tigo. however,' the good farmer folk Llaillal Said to Have Disappeared- Certainly she was an-angel disguised; "1 leal old-fashioned paper, from

::.'of'foingeaa' Anne county, Va.after(thought Salem Quillota Distroyed-Water Fam- Everybody looked, and then realized my little native town. Each week I '.- Ocala, Fla., Aug, 23, ,'06.
y. !In Valparaiso. hail its comign and never put it down

;z JT 1 heraft', .' and Witcbe's Hill had Right in front of them stood the till I have read its every column all '

'!,";:passed Y') Into history, they imprisoned Special to the Ocala Banner: prettiest girl the local news, you, know about the To the Trade: -

,-"Grace' Sherwood on a charge of witch- Valparaiso Aug. 23.-The greatest In the north south, or in tne world dear old country folks I lived with r x ,

:';craft and subjected her for many damage from the earthquake occurred Could there be another like her on long ago.

': months' to Indignities of every' sort. in the Provinces of Valparaiso and earth "I note whose barn is painted, We have} just placed an order

I AMany; of the descendants of the pea Aconcagua.. The town of Abaraca I How I would like to take her for bet. whose cattle took the prize and how

f pie'Uving in Princess: Anne county at suffered severely. ,ter or worse. Trail Potts had a squash of mighty for a second carload of the Western .
time on the same Llaillal is to have -
that are now living reported entirely And I got an introduction through a wondrous size. How farmer Martin's .

' pot believe her to ,have been guilty disappeared, and Lamache and Mie- friend of mine. daughter takes the school another ,

lof, witchcraft. rro Viejo have been almost totally Rather have her for my wife than year. :At those I pause and smile a Cartridge Co's famous shells -

; Surviving the lapse of two centuries wrecked. At Vina del Mar. three- own Palestine. bit and feel a trifle queer remembering ;, .

.'''though still faded we still have the quarters of the houses are in ruins. Days after I loved her with all my bow in bygone days when .

:lea portrait of Grace Sherwood as Tne losses in the country outside heart and are prepared to
'i! life seemed made of mirth, I thought name prices
at that time. The old chronicles Valparaiso are estimated at $50.000- .
rshejwas Sue was beautiful, full of life and this school ma'am's mother was the .
tell of her having been a tall
000.The smart. sweetest girl on earth.. .
S |s';and' stately woman with dark hair and. authorities of Valparaiso have 'Ocala is the place where she used "And now, perchance I read that which mean dollars to you. Drop
taken the feeding of the 1
over people
consti-tuted to reside: one once I knew is dead or find

,! and provisions are being brought in Now she is in Jacksonville a beauti again some boyhood chum tne second

. lament: against'her at the trial. They from places that were not destroyed. ful blushing bride. time has wed. And so it goes and us a card for quotations. .
.Cfield her husband praised her toot Slight earth shocks are continu
none can know what memories sad or
f :'much'arid she had turned their heads ing. The people have not yet returned is what is her
; But now the question sweet come back to me whene'er" I LANG SWARTZ &CO;
with. her witchcraft. to their-homes but are sleeping on name? read this homely litttle sheet."-Chicago '

: They acknowledged however, that the surrounding hills and in the Look around carefully and you. will I Daily. News.
jibe of Grace Sherwood streets and The fires have
brown eyes squares. J'

gleamed upon them with interesting all been distinguished. I. And see now the she same belongs to,me.I In the great grain-growing north Only Exclusive Wholesale Grocers in Ocala

'sympathy whenever they were sick or Moretthan one hundred men taken love her with all my heart for she west Minnesota reports a harvest of

['in*trouble. Yet still they declared in the act of robberies have been is as sweet. as can be 22,000,000 bushels of wheat more than -.

["that this was done only in order to shot. Rather have her for my wife than the. last year. North Dakota 35,000,000 _
-Harm them. r wealth of John D.- more and South Dakota 1,000,000

,;, Grace Sherwood was tried on THINK IT WILL BE ROOSEVELT. more. The fat years are still with us.

'.charges brought by her neighbors -- TO MY SUMMER CHUM. Marion Hardware
London Papers Believe He Will Have )
LUke Hill and wife. They charged -'a-- #
through to be the Candidate in 1908. Written for the Ocala Banner. .
| had brought score- '
,that she ,
a distemper upon their cattle. A London Special.. We have met and we have parted, Ft Will ; -- ,,:
London Aug. 24,-The impression '
and confined In the And the stream of life flows on; > "
.: She;was'arrested
which Is still standing. The Justices continues to prevail in this country Thine in gladness mine in sadness, American Wire Fencing, ,.: .
old jail of Princess Anne county, that in 'spite of President Roosevelt's As It'did in days agone. PayYouVV!' ;; 'SashDoors} arid BlindsI -

*o(the court which tried her were declaration that he would not suffer .

.'Coicpel Mosely, Lieutenant. Colonel himself. be a candidate for presidentin As one remembers some bright vis ., Paints. Oils and, Varnishes .-
..John Richardson John ionFlitting .
,Thorroweood, J'
1903 he is probably the man who You have Real Estate .
o'er life's stormy any
sean --
Mill and
: and Captain Mining Supplies
Cornick Captain Chapman
f IF I .j. > :
will contend against Bryan 'in the to 3ell I"' .
soul heaven .
: '.Hancock. She was arrested on Directing thought and to ; .

"\vJanuary 3, 1765. After a month of next campaign.The So ever will I think .of thee. OR Turpentine Snpplies, ._ \ '
Times the democrats
ordered that Luke says
Cdiscuslon the court
should not bank on Roosevelt's pledgefor heart Y uu're Improved Farming ,T6obJ' -
?Hill should' pay thecosts of the trial Will thy gentle remember: thinking comingto '

'!Ind, that Grace Sherwood .should' be such pledges are by no means irrevocable One whose cheerless' lonely way I IF Florida for a home GET OUR PRICES '

Eliza "Mr. Roosevelt,'" remarksthe Was made bright "by thy sweet pres-
; tIlI \ ,by a Jury of women. .
s. Hannah Times "doubtles does not intendto ence, OR
tIfr Watkins.
: es, Margaret .
: stand but has it ever been known, Which 'cross this pathway briefly -
Demls, Sara Goodard, Mary Burgess, You desire to invest in
"Sara Sargent, Winifred Davis Ursula at any rate in recent: years, that the strayed? IF I kind of Florida property any, Marion Hardware Company

<- ,'HenlV. Anna Brights, Examble Walp-. nominee of a party convention has re-

:lies ;and Mory, Cotter' They promptly fused the nomination, ?" ---. Thy life will flow like some fair river .
' t'.4ecide' # that she was a 'witch.' The Westminister Gazatte says: "If Brightning 'neath the glowing beam; TO SEE' \

- .The case dragged along until July, the republican party had no other candidate Mine, the shadow ne'er forsaking OR WRITEOCAU.

: "wbeathe court rendered the'following than Mr. Roosevelt who was Stealing on without a gleam. Y

"Whereas for likely to succeed, and the nominationwere i \
Crempfcable decision: ,
\ _
S 't>;ie aeveralls courts ye. business be- offered to him unanimously he Then farewell sweet ray of sunlight; J. LIVINGSTON & SONS Ey.

ftweenJLuke Hill and,Grace Sherwood must accept it with an appearance of Here comes the "parting of the ways" i

y .f:on.suspicion:: of witchcraft have been being overborne." But memory, fond will ever linger _- A : :
; particularly On those happy summer days.
=r for several. things omitted SHARPE SAYS HE'S ADAM.
;' ''for'wanted'of a jury to:search her Seabreeze, Fla., August 1906.

a eye" court being doubtful that they McIJER and AlAGKA
He .,Start* to The Coast With Ffty Three of the world's most distinguished
'i should not one to search her & .
Clad Followers. statesmen'WUUam Jennings
E ,/ye.court being willing to have all
Bryan, Vice-president Fairbanks
?mean either acquit her or
tried to
; Special, the. Ocala Banner: Secretary of State Taft -> will visit
_ :givemore strength suspicion Oklahoma City, Okla., August 23. Tampa during the. Florida state fair
be dealt with as (de-
h let,_ she .might James F. Sharpe who says he is to be held November 14 to 29., Col. rq
therefore it was ordered ys Gh
|Mrved-, Adam, and a band of fifty followers T. J. L. Brown while working for the FUNERALDIRECTORS.
to be tryed I
?"day by her own consent marched through the streets today Panama Exposition Bill at Washington
' i Tin. water by ducking. But ye
ye from their abandoned camp near this invited Alpssrs. Fairbanks and
:heather soe bad and rain ytposibly I
: being city on their way to the Pacific coast 'Taft to attend the fair, and they replied .
| it might endanger: her health. .dd ... 0c
Sharpe led a parade of half-clad per that they would like to do so. -1- p- =

,I 'It-is therefore ordr. Yt ye sheriff beiTequested I sons through the streets a year ago. Recently Colonel Brown received a Have a full stock of Coffins.. Casket@ .
' to secure ye body, of ye and Burial Outfits. Special given to q.a
result of the band was sent Wash
As a one letter from an official friend in .
Grace time be forthcoming for Burial services.
ye to an ,asylum for the insane. ington stating that the statesmen ,{
tier. to be dealt;' with.f Sharpe returned to this city a few would undoubtedly be here. Col. Embalming to Order Y v
| Early a year :later. Grace Sherwood weeks ago and established a camp, Bryan who will beyond doubt be the
; the weather beingclear",,was taken to
1' | the followers went
where many of next democratic candidate for the

ohn] Harpers where, plantation will be on held Sewell'satnearby next without, clothing, under the belief I, presidency will be invited to attend Jerry Burnett FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK

that they were in the Garden of Eden. the fair by Congressman Sparkmanor
3 ., e..r'the: Jamestown. Exposition They were arrested again and again Senator Taliaferro upon his return Merchant BETWEENJacksonville V ;
and Newport News.
J Point
and fined. from a tour of the world. As he will t

Ic :4 In. the presence of this multitude, Sharp says it was a case of.persecution spend considerable time In gravelling
| of the court Tailoring.Ocala and New York .
he'sheriff the justices T
and decided to go to the Pacific over the United States and lecturing,
flad of women Grace. Sherirood -
the Jury coast In the parade today were it is confidently expected that he will Florida. t ''1
still stately still beautiful de- Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both ways '
'. many little children who had marched accept 'the invitation. Florida will
C ite all her sufferings was repeated- eight miles without stopping and give the statesmen a rousing welcome Finest Imported and* THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IK THE COASTWISE SSSVICZ.

z .T''d cked. The spot to this da? is Domestic Cloths.. -
: were hardly able to walk. Covered as all are regarded as presidential

. own s she as, was"Witcbe's taken back prison After wagons containing a dozen or more possibilities.. Cutting a SpecialtyFits THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN J MNES= _

.,' babies brought up the rear of theh pa- Guaranteed. ,
d'kept there for many months. Fi rade. Why should we, who live in the FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN: \ --i'

'aUf.ahe was released.. interior of the state, where good Jacksonville, Boston, and Providence, "-
w ..
+ 'J.'h, legends of Princess Anne counWlte NEW ROCKEFELLER HOUSE. lands are going to roasts give our and all Eastern Points. :jV

,7- Impossible tories of Grace hard earned pennies to the drainage :_ 4V
e Calling at Charleston Both Ways. V
erwood's life. These legends set $500,000 Will be Spent for Percy's scheme? If it is a business proposition I r .

'" -r hthat; she was thrown into Lynn. Mansion In Greenwich Park. pure and simple how is it to Mrs's i Seeds yean are have beat Men became tpentio COneeeMfDl SEMI WEEKLY S.I L I N G. .. .
their dere1 epment-unit a century .
yen river near .the present site\ of Special to the Ocala Banner benefit us? For the sake argument of tapenor expert to all care other in mating than Sosth w ou..d.: ?.........:...:.L_.. .-:..... .. ................-..........Prom Lt1 a' Wan Basta _
he. Jamestown Exposition. On this Greenwich, Conn., August 23.-William that the scheme is feasibly and We are epecialisu tn Rowing :
V55 'easion It Is said her hands -were Rockefeller is to erect a $500.- the say lands when drained will be valuable flower DUG and bceJ veaetabAe Awmmt seeds tree, Northbound! ......................................,...ham fool ofS&tberlae'Stmi, Jawonrifs -. -T

'ed. and a millstone was fastened.about ,000 mansion for his son Percy Rockefeller will not that very fact postponethe D.H.FERRY Detroit,&CO.. St. Johns River Line. ,
,, her neck. Almost Instantly, legends I in Greenwich. It will stand on settlement of our lands and make Mach. ,

, S 'tell, she came'up to the surface I tee borders of the site of the old hovel the taxes assessed against them Between Jacksonville and Sanford -';:: .
> frith'' the millstone still about her where David S. Husted, a miser spent. more and more of- a burden! Charity FERRY'5 t :.'; .

, ? 'k u : with her hands free. With the his last years. should begin at home. Let us first Stopping! at::Palatka, Astor, Esresfard ( TeLaai) and IntenaelUU_. v..

jj itohargtiu fast to her neck she reach- The house is to be the finest in provide ways and means for disposing Landings en St. Jew Sirsr.

-,.4. ,a. other shore none the worse town, and will take two years to build. of our own lands and adding to 1 Steamer City of Jacksonville :

a conclusive proof of her havinge Percy Rockefeller's brother. Wm.G. our own population. The drainage -i
Ia /acluonvUIe daily except Saturdafi.Tft
SaU follows: psi
appaSnted to at
;.'(. terrible. experience.. This is Rockefeller lives almost across the scheme, if practlble, will retard the are :' Retoruing.leave Saaford.daily except Sundays at 930 <

/YwttclU:: :; street from the site of the new house settlement and progress of the inter A: ;;;'AAAcU1Rl.. ,

: ,On another occasion she Is said to his home being a remodeled farm ior and indeed, will nelp to depop- W etv'VJ' SEED ,South-Boand. SCHEDULE N rtb-B6t 4Arrire
'u save Rca4 \
'Visited a brig which was lying house resembling three square boxesof ulate it. It would be as a club used Rod Down, ,
>,i f.Hampton Roads with only,the cook AAA BANK DEPOSIT .
different sizes. Long Island Sound against ourselves. $ .... : _
R. R. Fare Paid. Notes m. ._ ...-. Jaekaoaviile a oo a. m -
') -
::..OQ. :board.V .- V and Oyster Bay are discernable from ,' taken on tuitioc.- BEST Leave" 3j 8 45 P-P m.. _-__ ._. Pal.1tka __ -__ iave Soap, n
VS '-' Bordered the cook to take her of the house. Sanford last season, shipped 123- and cheapest on earth. Donl delay. 'Write fcwlay. i .'3.00,a,-'in. ?, '.' Aster --. ..._....;.-_..... "- S3 Q p.mV
the front porches ____ _St. Francis......-V ., i oop.m9SOffl
and, saJ1ni she had been 950 crates of celery and, 60,163 of let- GEORGIA-ALABAMA BUSINESS COLLEGE.Macoa.ekEducation arrive 8 30 a. m. ...-..._.._. Sanford! -......_,;,._??_ ."
{ ,.._ ..
___ Enterprteew.r. Ie oo m
V ..cruelly. in 'this. country and Eczema. tuce, realizing 'for the first named! 10 oo a.m. -:- -

.. 'a, : :hoist the saris,-"-.not to eczema or other such trouble I wish 244.50 a total of $307,267 In a community by laU ,. 0 ..

""rot. ; other details of 'navigation to say, my wife bad something of of not over 8000. And yet, :with edoi > r '

ti 'according to 'the .story. the- that kind and,after using the doctors' hundreds of acres of just such lands .JIG..Taavtag. mw.e8DIJJIIIU'Ismae bole Qr jBidojiDeBtto get IIL as M. IRONMONGER.Freight J'Ascent... Aas't Cent,' Pass. Ageat- ,-wa'Wast CP.LOSoperinteadeat Ear St., Tackaoartlk,Ka. .
Geometry "
a*,_handed 'down' -to posterity remedies for some time concluded to scattered over the state,' selling at Boofc-fciT! ',Kh AiiUunetidb ,>1D 7, *iJ. Jej'SE Foot ctHogan Street;,New-York. Fla.CLYDE MILNRGen'I Pr't'ActN.i.. Yet;
Pass Aft.,
Gen'I East'o
( : ordered him to Into cabin Chamberlain's Salve and' .. 1f Tadaopasesa t*ManSeaeheresNra At HAGERT7 .. .' ..
go. ;the., try it good prices, we are going to"glut; the .hI.tI lIJl1L otldlll!&Cataloga*' THEO G. EGER- Vice' President and General Manager. ". y <:.

'"Yshe ordered him on 'deck a fewasttQQ proved to be better than anything she market"_ by draining 3000000.Lake .tree., Addreq L1.13I1tE9Palat. -> .P qe eraLOffiteJi'Pier .36,.North. RiyeiH Branch 290 Broadway, ,N w York. _
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} '. t(been tested, Jos ':'fh t"'I-am no ,cow will surely ffairintd our hands in'the ;. "Tha k? GodT* f- cried. ;- I'. ; : { ",:. f'':.;,: SWAT. HIM.

'.' '''' .' ard. I' shall fight as long, as life next day or two." ""Yofin Jc me with me to Mantan-- ..-

) AhialDuel I' .tf. lasts." ".. hope'so,"" I replied' an off-hand zas at oncft-*' se- said, .-"1 have bribed! The-Ftyls4he' Great Distributor of

Written For The, night that we spent:' in the manner: "I understood that ten.thousand t&eJ3panish;! officers: on duty to let you ::;' ",h DJ ea-"a '' 1,

THE OCAEA BANNER woods was U most, dismal that I ever dollars has been offered for them slip on board We only Kava an., hour Thjs) petife/QU3' | iusect has manys''
By' spent in my life "We talked long dead, or alive.:" until the time. The"guard wOI. be changes to communicate, dise 2SwK>nrf

Hon. Geo. Q. Mathews into the night Jose did\not seem to "That is true."' .. changed at"mi lght. and'you see you to another
one. person or to
Love Story pYanrthef
A} .Cuban' care for the condition that he had "Then we will do what we can to have no time to lose Jf you do not, .

l l. i>a", it '" ., ..:1- made for' he and myself, and went to make the reward," 1 said as I, bade succeed in getting off before that time infectious, saprophytes upon food. 'Ji(

2 ) iI ;. ',{AUrjhtres&redJI. sleep and left me to think for hours him good.tnighf and rode away. you are lost""He I cholera, epidemics, it has been .demon2. '.
over our unfortunate position and to When we reached the untsklrts of took as right intQ the barracks strated that l1i s,. econe the mediumj'

Thirty-five.years ago the real story t You may come If yoir will if not I make plans as, to the best course, to the city we, put spurs to our horses and then had a whispered conversation of Infection by, planting the vibrio ./'
.will meet him f
and his
t; of my life egan. I was the, oldest and, vanquish them/' I second" 'alone. pursue to extricate ourselves from our, and struck' a gallop. While I had play- with the officer, in command, who on food,. bofe&y contact with theii', :

: .- son of a large Cuban family. My father present precarious condition. I slept ed indifferent. part riiy hair was motioned us to approach, and explained ,

of importance, his "I will be with you Jose you can but little that night and :when,my uncle standing on end. that our getting away would de--feet and"-wings and from their d r
was ,a planter not alone still I am opposed to jecta, which are loaded with
: go b4cte
came out to us next morning he "Well said Jose, "you did that, like pemV.upon our
brie of the best plantation; homes fighting.! If ruined bodies of
kill him Wherever large men gitj
being you we.are !
exclaimed, "Why, John, I don't believe a.braVe man, John. "You musi not 'be seen upon the

in the vicinity of the Matanzas. Jose and :will have to leave the island you slept." "We will find a message from ,our ship until you arb out'at sea. The'cal1tain camp typhoid fever is nearly ce n

six brothers, and u we can or worse, if we are caughtwe to break out,' even though the wr
; was the eldest of my "Not much, uncle but Jose did uncle when we arrive at my godfath will keep you hid away until

_____ ; a handosomer and braver boy never will be executed." enough for us both.1'j I er's:: house, which is not far from it is safe for you to coaie on deck. is 'carefully, protected from contanif

i "W n, I have said you need not nation. 'Such outbreaks are due to
while he was only seven "Well here is a note from your father. here. Now you must be off, he said grasping -
'Jiv d.,A d. come unless are mind to but infection of the food
:- I you a He says you must never give. up "Yes, there is a light in the win our hands, you are brave lads fly supply. S "
teen years old at the above named as for me I would go if I knew I dow I find ,radic cases of typhoid fever insettlements country .
in exclaimed. and I admire bravery whenever I
date he :was well grown.and ,manly would be hung. You are a coward. alive.That are more often the resiUf'
is something be proud of," We rode up to the house, dismount it. Good 'luck to you.boys," hq exdlairned -
bis 'tendencies: flejbad already begun John." of fly infection than water infeeili' ,
': replied. Jose. cd and were warmly welcomed by "may we meet again,", and
to look with eyes of love upon the "It may be, but I do not think so. Senior Tubercolosis is of the most puzzling]
"They seem to know they have Campos who chided Jose for he then .turned and ordered the. boat-
beautiful [daughter of an adjoiningplanUrbln I am only prudent, that Is all.. Wen gentlemen of our diseases, and tb"|
cotaglous ,
to ,deal with. I want you to not coming ofterner to see him. man to take .us to the. ship. i "
. the evening two or three ed sharp machetes." is from
!matter spread one person
: he called at keep as close to Matanzas as you can "I have a message from ,your uncle Our cousin accompanied. and .
times during the week "I have them as sharp as they can !another Is one of the hardest pronIl': '
safely ,do for I expect to-.zhip you to which you can take and read at your, paid the'capt jn a certain sum of '
. at, her horne to see, the fair be made, he exclaimed. now let us [lems before the'sanitarian today. Yost" .-
_r ,. : Sometimes New York any' day, and you. must be leisure A company of soldiers have money. who seemed happy to receiveus '
,, 7orrsuch was her'name. return tQ the house." believe, and I believe, that it is a mf,
where just been the as passengers. The ship did not f,
_' a and we can get you aboard.. But gone from house tvren
he would linger near her window Will you mention'it to father?" I piratory disease borne into our lungsf
t the strings you must leave here in the next hour, tw minutes, so you boys must'go to weigh anchor until next morning. The II -1
enlT tP4sS his fingers over inquired. by means of contaminated dust, but
$ its vibrato for the Spanish soldiers will be here the woods at once and I will come to sun, was already up when.' w.o felt the, J1
of: his guitar"and"through "Never I want no arguments"Jose. II believe probably more than you do. jI j
: ship in motion the night before is
by noon at the latest. I think you you later with food and talk things so
felicity .
:c ing ,chords fill her soul, with that was up at daylight next morning believe that -the greater sources f-11!
. the last. time that. I have seen Cuba.
had better pass to the other side of over with you.
that only comes .to girlhood'searly and was' pulling at me to get out I have two' expeditions and infection by the bacclllus comes about 1 i
Matanzas as they will spend the first The old gentleman came out to
dream of love of bed. by means of the fly suaturn'on
planting fi
. tried to there during these ten
week on this side where all of your see us after midnight and informed us get
Enough.' He loved her and was low' ."Get up John, and let us begone or years' but from some cause, always food from its wings and feet and Jldejecta. !
relatives resideI have sent notes that a passage had been arrangedwith war _
ed. Butne las not the only one who father will be up and make it difficult failed to reach the desired desti- This! is not something new; 1
. c ,
to all your kin to aid you, in every an English captain commanding ,
____ : loved her. In neighborhood dwejt for us to leave the house without explaining nation. .4 it is an old theory. Spillman and!
that I
way would pay all bills incurred :- a'barque
. a young Castilian,. ,whose father was to him." Househalter called attention to the--
A week after we, bad shipped
: commanding at in your behalf. / "Ke -p ,up your spirits, boys, and
a'.Spanishj: coloneJ,
i : I jumped out of bed and in a few off the Spaniards, who.up to this time, possibility of infection In tubercoloslsl !
had come Our horses were ready saddled and you will beat the Spanish tyrants and
i Matanzas. The young minutes we left the hpuse. When'we had kept my.father in a cell,.were, induced in this manner several years ago:,.
shook hands in few weeks will land in Phila- '
and opened up we our dear old a you
t into the community arrived on the ground the Spaniard by my uncle .to permit him ooccnpY' Hoffman has recently reported a seri;
uncle for the last time."I delphia God being he [
willing, said
mercantile business. He was a very ;
a had not ies of experiments covering the;|
4: arrived, but we were not.lwpt the reception room where .my
and true to his race, cannot find words uncle to-tlank as he pressed .our ,hands and .te ling,
handsome man ground more fully than Hoffman. {
: waiting long. When he and his second mother was. permitted to visit him.
he handsome.. A you for your free hearted generosity., us to never yield. to;any one but die
_. as proud as was.' came. up they saluted us, and his Crazed by anxiety. and weakened; by Typhoid fever cholera and tuberco| J
: 1itrbJl! jtter4hecame tq oUf .part second approached 'l me arid. inquiredif I trust may .meet again. fighting. disease ''my mother's coiningproved losis are the most prominent of tbej
!: c011lry.oUI1father a ,ban The old man wept as he gave us his "That will do; Padrinho" aid,
gay infections the I"
; : ff t we were ready They f were armed shock to him Daily he had ,been I conveyed by fly but

.. .. I ,.and invited him to meet the people. with new machetes and>, seemed anxious blessing and waved .us his adieu We Jose. tortured by false reports brought to [believe that several diseases and es1peclally
of his fine manners and rode all day in by-paths 'whenever we We rode all that night hiding in bci
and because to him the Each : plague and leprosy. may :
._ .i "' begin the duel. by officers; day they '
lionized ,could but as night came.on we came the woods just before daylight where :
conversation-he was. In the'
?brilliant Jose -came without a .coat and worea would have something to tell him. i conveyed. same manner Dip."
flattered by out in the main road thinking that we remained all day secluded. '
3;: : by the people and was ,broad leather belt while the young One time they would say that bolhwere !'theria is one of these, but there Is.
the men, and smiled upon by the women. Spaniard whose we Would incur no danger during "Well, said" Jose "we must take not so much of a chance for the fIt -
-L. name was Cortez prisoners; another one wa.'idC'all
: :. he beheld the the dark hours. of eing discovered.Jose no chances we are lost. They already '
But the moment dressed to pick up the infected mucus in this:
was in the best that and the other taken. .As my
: money
began to talk about the duel. have father and our brothers
he'had for : '
beautiful Pauline no. eyes malady but in
." could tUY"Your mother came In he uttered, 'the ; plague epidemics and'
else. He wished to claim her "Forget that you ever fought until in jail. so they cannot aid us. Father in leper countries It seems but .,
ats : anyone friend had better take ,off boys? When she replied, "safe; have reason,

i for every dance, but-'she explained to his coat". I suggested. you are safe out of Cuba, Jose/'. I cannot communicate with "his friends gone three days to Philadelphia," he able to believe that In poverty ari4;

had friends and said ,,"do not think about' and f for so must be crazed by'now..
: him that she many jt squalor where such cases occur thi
: I '- "If is not necessary, Cortez replied fainted. 'The strain 'had been too
s ., .jof ibent At this heaven's sake do not dream of it "That is true, 'bur'I'must see Pauline
must be just to all as ny' would pick np the infection n
. : :: "to fight a Cuban. \ great. What that gentleman had t
if it costs life.
; '. :c :, time Jose approached and claimed,,her "As you like," I exclaimed. you might talk in your sleep me my suffered no tongue can tell. I say. plant It on the food of others who lIve:

-* !: fof'a; wa1tz.:'fay; ng.' "the gentleman Drawing his machete Jose said I was talking in. a whisper and wellit "Then we -will go there tonight I gentlemen for he Vas a son of a Span- in 'this environment. Of course. as ,r..

", .will, I am1 sure excuse ,your, "Defend
The young man bowed haughtily him. x very moment six well armed Spanish As night came o'n Jose Seemed anxious The shock was too much for him. asked If these diseases are lad!. Ii

: and turned and walked away, but ,soldiers came face to face and stop- to repair to the house pf Pauline 1st ing belief that leprosy is an's.L -
: As I looked, I forgot everything and He had had but small hope . ped and hailed us, saying: and ,urged me to get ready as he began -
.. .groun : IJjKA; .T seeing my abstiaction the second of getting away and when that load was '
::, mlngtcompan1on.. \. I Cortez rushed upon me with a large "Who comes there?" ; to saddle his horse. When we removed he could $tand It no longer.I that I believe tht y are. Kitasata baa 1'

. )' t attcf.o o al10nng i knife and split my scalp and, but for "Friends" I replied. i rode up to the house the family were never saw the dear old fellow,more demonstrated that plague develops,.;-f-]

, Paullnef" inquired Jose. i My brother pinched me on the arm.and grouped; on the veranda, and as the
man brother's I suffer when I taink of all from feeding experiments and there- ]
., "*" ,my timely aid I would not, today :; ;
:"HeTis' very bandsoirie\. do you, notA" 'be here,telling1 this story. My brother, whisifered, let me answer them." moon "was nearly full they recognize I: lost. I know our unfortunate condition are many strong' reasons for the exIsting *.|

k so, Jose? she replied. The commander came 'forward and us at once, and came put to warn us belief that is ?
; seeing him approach me and knowing cut him off before his time, anal leprosy an inge *| J

"Well, ej but, that, "js the- Ieast.imI .. that I would never suspect him cut inquired who we were and'where we and ask us tQ be careful until wo while he felt the separation greatlyhe tion disease. Personally I beIievtij

' portanVpart-of: oj 'tnakeap I will i. were going at that late hour. could leave the island, but Jose being
: that plague Is -
spread coDtmo
him regretted the that J l
., _" '" Into ,with, one stroke, of his machete never bravery ;
? frankly donot like him And we will ask the ame question engaged fti.conversation: with Paulinedid :
say thatlf His fight continued for some 1 impelled my brother and myself-to means body parasites ihoagfcyfsre ,
and wishyou. not to pay him mor attentIon : .. ," replied. my brother:,','where are not hear, anything said. is little that orI1uate-
t ... r' time'with Cottez, for,the young.Spaniard I meet and vanquish the young Span- many cases
?than?politeness requires." you going at this late hour?" Senor Oliyero\ said; from Infectjon by of the fntesti&sT
, fought with a courage and art iards. The last attempt we made to way .
'"Youst, not be unreasonable, 4 "We are going to the, plantation of "We have just been notified that a
: that was not easy to overcome, but join the revolution we reached Jamaica tract; but with leprosy I am ft."m111

' Jose.' at last Jose pushed him back against Senior Viera. passage has been secured for you tu from which point mw brother Jose convinced tbat.the disease is ca

: "I hope 'you: have not ,already been "Will you inform us whom you sail in an English barque the last of from infected food if
:t a bank and split his head open. TurnIng with ten other men, passed over to eating and, 1
caught by this unknown, Paris?" seek. the week. Your cousin IfS trying- to Cuba in is true, then this contagion i* in
. i : to me he said,, "Come we must an open boat J* se at once
she replied as she "I am not at libertyto reveal our bribe the. SpanIsh officer to. permityou
"Who.knows, see father at once" joined the patriots and for Bravery likely planted upon such food b 1.
I- mission." to be ,put on board at night and
; \ \ shrugged Jier shoulders true Cuban I and manhood soon rose to the rank of that obtain the infection from
style; called, my father out and explained "Then we will prove that.'w, are says he will succeed, so keep your and
p-. : T colonel, 'and diM leaving-his men in sores nasal and bronchial mute-
all to his. He listened in ;
'. ,. He Jed i he?to'a. seat all the devil of until he heard all. silence more generous than you. We are try hearts up find you"are secure." a charge. Well, he died a patriot's of old cases, which it is said so ',

-. .. ..: j Jealousy\ bad been aroused. He then "Well," he: exclaimed.\ "It ing to earn the ten thousand ,dollar Jose had led Pauline to the end or death, poor fellow, and Pauline still with bacilli.*. 0. Cobb if, D. v-

1- ': S and there resolved to ,seek. a jjuarrelwith means reward offered for John and Jose the veranda and was whispering to is single and grieves for the boy loverof A.
that ...
our must be
family ,
tIe l approached separated.: Viano." her willing ears love's young dream, her girlhood days. She bas -_. .- .- n .T: '
: You must leave home at never 1
and ,
aro u .,pf young men who were once go "It is worth your while.. Have you both vowing to be true so long as life forgotten and her heart would shelter Galveston's Sea Wall
armea to the teeth. You will
e in conversation,.. with,' ,him, and made go to any idea where they are to be found?" should last Fifty' soldiers had just noOther image. I have become an makes life now as safe m that !Itf
4 L brother and he will hide ,
. ,g..: the remark about women's infidelity my you Until "Yes, but we are,not willing to give left, the house when we came up but American citizen and am married to as on the higher uplands. E. W. OQO :
I find out what the
and .1oed'at the,young Castilian. Spanish officers the information as we wish to earn Jose could not be induced to leave: a charming: English woman, of New loe, who resides on Dutton St., I? *
will do. will have to leave the
:"1 .cannot,,agrefr. '.with you in your the reward." for'a half hour; When we left we carried York, where I resided twenty Waco, 'Tex. needs-no sea wall far :
\ island if
we can to
; estimate. women, replied the young off. Keep off the arrange public road get and you "They are about your ages, ,. I be- away a wallet filled with lunch amid pleasant scenes and in a contented safety. He writes: *1 have used pr |

; man. lieve," observed the officer. { and two bottles of wine. We had not and home. But King's New Discovery for C'DI1SWDF- ;,
:::1 trust to your uncle and myself." happy at times a .
: : "It is not necessary for agree "Yes." been gone more than ten minutes desire steals over me to see again Hon the past five years and It keep* ::
In minutes' time I my
". countries not said Jose."But" forty we were on from the nouse- when heard the me well and safe'Before that Urns I
2 our do ; I "Do you know them. ? we native land, and from Florida
: the road to uncle's J. my
it seems that you Sand myself my plantation. "We have "seen then" replied Jose, soldiers coming in a fast trot behind home I.sit and dream of the coming had a cought which for years M4 i
which was fifteen miles distant andit
- ". agree in fancying the same handsome "bue never came in social contact.. with us.' So I said: time when there I will dwell. We been growing 'Worse. Now (It's gone.* ..
ten o'clock when '
we arrived "
girl." them" ': "Jose what shall we do?" have just won'the old plantation of fifteen Cares chronic .Coughs, La Grippe*4,
just; in time to join them at breakfast
.; f "It may be so," he replied let the During this conversation we had our "Take to the :woods," he replied, hundred acres, where In a short Croup, Whooping Cough and pretests

best ,win" hands "we cannot fight fifty successfully" Pneumonia,. Pleasant to take. Every
*man on our pistols, ready to shoot while I will make my home in the is- '

"A fair proposal I accept 'the "What brings you boys up so soon" the moment they made a move not 'Then, here goes," I replied as I land destined to become a state In bottle guaranteed, at Tydings' drog|

;/ terms," he said coldly as he went to my uncle inquired "some escapade I friendly to ourselves. But to our turned my horse into the forest close the American Union. store. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bet-J

seek Pauline. will bet," he continued. great, relief they bade us good night ly followed by my brother. THE END. tie free. :* *--

-. I "He is in my house now,' exclaimed "Yes, uncle," replied
Jose,{'"but I will. make him, explain sent two, Spaniards to heaven this ", I am sure they suspected us." yards from the road so could hear MARCHING ON MONTE, CHRISTI Bought Fine Stallion. 1.

'himself tomorfoVor T will morning." them : J. D. Striogfellpw, who owns a f
,, never confess "They knew we were the parties speaking about us and speculating ----

f on my deathbed." "What!. explain :yourself" rhe said sought he replied."If about getting the ten thousand Battle Between Dominlgan Troopsand stock farm near this city baa ret Wi4I-'

- -. ""Jose" I1 exclaimed "it is easy to anxiously. .. so, why did they let us pass?" dollars. "We are surely on the track Insurgents. (rein Ocala. While there he purchased <

;;. get Into tro ble. You... 'know be being "\Vell. 'you know the young* mer- "Simply because ,\ her, knew we of them," one was heard to say. "They Special to the Ocala Banner: a fine stallion, a registered animal,|'

I a Spaniard, has all the advantage, chant in the neighborhood. do you would never'yield arid th t''w | ould are,.hiding' some where in the forest Cape 'Hatren, Haiti, Aug. 23.-Ad.- which. he proposes to place on ft

F but slaves to condition." Lot and his' clerk. Let examine vices farm. The stallion has a pedlgre we are. a kill the officer the moment theyl, ,declared us this part and leave received from Guayabin, Santo
- ". "Yes." ten here till from the test stock and 1$ a ha1j J;
Too true my brother and.for that their intention. : men morning. "No said Domingo, say that Gen. Guellito

:, very reason I feel a burning desire "\Vell. I killed Cortez in a duel and'is' "Well" I replied, "we must ridejfastand ; the officer "they cannot get away it the head of 900 revolutionists has, left at some animal. Mr. Stringfello's .:
"to kill a Spaniard' clerk to save the life of John\ find some place where we can_ on- is: only a question of a few days when Dajadon to joint the friends are congratulating him 11
,. L J troops Gen. .
; ., *',. The next day he went to.the busineSs whom he had attacked. .coal ourselves." 3v*' we will have them." And to our great Nayaroo and make' an attack his new possession,

house,of the young Castilian and "My God!" he. exclaimed" the son "The only chance for 'us Ist ( ass relief tney ,rode on. Monte ChristL ,upon* Mr. Stringfellow is a lover as wen

said ; of the ,Spanish\commander .at Matan as a good judge,of fine stock and.cat4';
,. "What .did you mean last night through. Matanzas tonight when, near. For the time we were, safe, but the Tne government of Santo ;
Domingo :
the Co about zas. Your whole family will be sent tie. lIe has already a large numb!!'.
manner replied
you me ly everyone has gone to next night we were in the bushes near baa sent 1,200 men from Moon against '
to prison.= Yet Jose I congratulate! leep1'- of fine Shorthorn his ran he ,.
: ,our,rivalry for the hand of Pauline? said. : |l l"I Matanzas andh ad. hem to paS$ within : the revolutionists., cattle on -

&iv' "I was', speaking a language that you and will spend the last cent thatI yield but do not .like your ;; an'l six feet of us., It was: a tacky thing! _..... and only.a few days ago disposed: :

.. you should understand but I fear you have in the world to save you from Jose.," ,, '"':':. "'\ r for us that we had disposed of our HAD AN AWFUL TIME. carload at- fine prices.. The $trI ;

do not as you speak "Cuban. punishment. But you will have to "But we must'dare anything} horses., With a .pistol, in each, hand -- fellow stock farm Is destined : f.

!-E : .. "Do you, offer, that, 'as an insult" ?."' hide out until we can secure you a Anil we rtvl; .info the city, passed we scarcely breathed' as we',waited But .Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and come" .tamous., ,- aineavi1Ie Sun.\toii' -

: --.. vAs' you like I have no more time passage on some foreign ship bound through the barracks where soldiers for them.. to, come on, its: I could h army Diarrhoea Remedy Cured. Him._ & ; ; O :
"n. The 0 K. Pu IlL
> for New York Grocery'stest
or Philadelphia.
; to waste with you were on guard and the for .
on 'jookout heart beating. 1 was afraid to It. Is witli pleasure that I give '.:='< ,
tfYou.haven't, then take this and "Thank you, uncle, we will be governed deceived them': you i',
us, b.ut our daring They breathe and well. It was for at thatt this unsolicited testimonial'l : About 1 .orhErO. 'lark
advice Grocery, the Bn4j
: .).he, slapped him in the face. by your troops in' every part of thecoun moment surrounded
very .we were
: by year ago when I $
.. had a severe case proprietors, wjll} into Mr T.
; They were separated :by' the crowd. "Then I will send your- horses 'put try. .No one wouhj/'have, belited ten Spanish soldiers' but being concealed of measles, I got out moje r
caught in a hard Wa M new'storej north Rt
$ building
I "1 ,will have: revenge for thIs' lnrcult into the forest, and you must sleep that we would bac"orii: # jfnto Matan in the top of a. tree that had rain antl-the |
-I measles
settled in the city market the"first of Sept
: : ,"- said the' Spaniard. there tonight and I. will. surely' hear zas 'where every .Spaniard was. wild{, been: felled, they looked for a. few moments siomacb and bowebt. I had an awful my bW, :t' i:

: :, ,''. .- *"At' 'any time, at any place,' ,said something by morning: for blood. Although I knew the'coun- and passed en:. They. had Jiot time and had it rfot'been for tIle use We hav$ already; made m1'-l.

f. : 'Jose, "I, will, send.. you, a challenge at We finished' .breakfast and hurried try perfectly' I hailed' a soldier-and! inquired -, been gone an pour: when .we heard of Ctiamberlain Colic .Cholera anti tb, *e columns, pi"the "pumpiJ "
.,: once."' r away. the road to a certain plantation. some onewhfstle three times the signal Diarrhoea iRemedy. I uM h'stl.
# not liavasossibly test inaugurated these
: ': ,; That evening.Jose" Said, "come. John "I am sure, Jose they i will kill us, The'Spaniard :Informe&ne tiatold I
; :. .that w.ereAwaiting I
; 4 for. answered lived, twit .a few honra longer, young ,merchants: and they would p& ;j
_' into the, cane field. I.wish. to talk.'.with for there is but pm chance, of'is man Viano and ,.-1ft and all Itne and was soon' j ined' by but thanks, .
>, children M 'my : to this rpm di I am hOW far. all, who wish. ,to enter this cQn.' !
t < iou. getting away. had been .brought tp an- cousin. _. : -
I 7 strong and. well, I J hay.e.; written the tost tobring; or"send their igge
_ : ;TakthgourseatS on.somecane fod "Well, with our two revolvers and tanzas, and were: lodged',In jai iJ.f "Well jboys ,
.. ." ,, :Ybii goon abovethrough simple :-gratitude: and pumpkins 1n ,. ometime between AQBtJiand i
,, ; ,- ..- ,der.-he'said. ,' "I am: ,to, 'meet- the.. Spaniard our machetes we/ can, help at the killing ., "But have they --not. caught the board the barqlJe.tcnigh4-. I.havein I' shall always speak.a good word : <
: \ fifteeoth of September.
: l. morning at sun arid I ; can" Wfotf" said Jose coldly. boys?" Linquired. ''
; ;tomorrow: up. : ; ,- duced'-tbcoiu'iander, to.,leave:three. for t : ,
.11' .QwinCon : twentieth
:. ,' -I contest wilj close! the .,
; pa
have '
:; : ght 'It-to finlsh"wltll! machete. "I think you will 'sa3 when.I I :
: : the o-het"have"not b'7 ;,.seenJands. days ahead of Ume. ,c rdGa.FQsajeby all druggtsts, *. The biggest puinpfcin; gets tte,pr: .

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.: jAlsoldjer ,. t ,. 1- .. Circuit Court of 'the Fifth Judicial ,
t Y t "i"i' r <
";.y=' ." .. The "Muckrake" is the name: qf a ofFiorlda:; f Circuit
> of
if: :. ,,.d".ng..] at.: :gi ers.* Wit i Florida In and
}a WJU' < no y. one come to drop" ) : p !newspaper recently started in Indiana. A. and Jacksonville Railroad Co; ** for Marion County-la Chaneery } :<, ..'

"' Corporation Organized and Existing .. .
"t s" :.fear\: unselfish. fears!" Georgia has increased Tier taxable'values D under the Laws of the i I para Berry Gordon, Complainant. vs.'' ;

.." ed'a.tear on your The tissues. of the throat arc almost TNttlar>o wcuRls State of Florida vs. ElizaA. :"David L. Gordon Defeadaat-Or

L red" an aged and 'i irritated ; you'" fifty R_* "millions" in ten re* McDonald.-NoUce : : der for Constructive Service.

,, : .";wb:0c1aimedshe'd. been.a -'i and thereis? irTita fears.t .':".:,. >J-/ -i W': SJUI9ICKWWtNWIBT w wnt' r of.; Condemnation. :jl Is ordered that the defendant
more -
-S "'That' ., ? "" ; fj mff fmfmf ior Proceedings. .herein, named, to-wit: David L. C-> .
world-renowned. b&ma.sJthe only 'state in* he MAW YEARS ra tt nt BUT aExc ii e tint hereby given that to all don
.. .. -more coughing. You take MARKET fOR DISEASE n STOCK Of AaWNDS8ESWBES -." be and he is nereby required
'\ mixture Union that;has "alternate" United AJVCnrt Mlft MtACm HSHUB TMCH fVMOtftOWnUBMANY persons Interested in or having a to"lien appear to the bill of complaint In
and it eases.'the
:t Therevolunteered to dig cough ; States senators. >-, IS NOTA BuriBiiEvisTea MO>> ; oa:the folowing described property this cause on or before
IONS ClVf ltT81Al* IJAytVOWJi '
9T An ancient white-haired -for a while. You takeSCOTT'S MICE 25 CEIfISArAcuCt1OMSALfS.LLRETAIlOMtl6GISTS situate, lying and being In Mar Monday, the first day of October 1906.
MAMUthlttuRED ev ion county,. Florida and more particularly It is further ordered
Of-Ham, who said he'd been Now comes along Mr. Foraker the uiat a copy
rSTE u described as follows to-wit: otthis order be published
once week
,-';.:-r!s- .To General' Washington. Ohio senator and gives President WAnT, ru A part of the southeast quarter of for four consecutive weeks in a the

; '.And 111 a tatto beat,'' Roosevelt a hot roast. section< fourteen (14) township thirteen Ocala Banner ,a newspaper published .

://.f e .man in accents sad (13), range twenty (20)), being aright In said county and state.

f ;. the'civil war had Hearst and his friends are too late We can supply you with shells on of way one:nundred anu fiftl(150) This Soth day of August 1906.

f f., ON in making application for tickets, of short: notice in any quantity and save feet wide Seventy-five (75) feet on (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK
1' :: drummer .
; youngest
each side of the
,.,. center line of the Clerk Circuit Court. Marion 5'
admission to Bryan's reception. you money on tnem. Let us name county, ;
you 5
Tampa and Jacksonville
; Railway Co., Fla.
it the cold. That's By Geo. C. Leitaer. D. C.
' :remnant of the valiant cures prices.. Lang, Swartz & Co. x as it is'npw located. The said center R.. B. Bullock Complainant's Solicitor.. ,
, :That' fought at Waterloo :is necessary. It soothes the Efforts are being made to revive the Many such men feel that the next line begins on, the north line of 8-31

ku-klux klans in the south, which-were the said southeast quarter section }-
because it thing to being Mr. is
reduces the Bryan himself
to fire above the .
"ti hundred
eight and
.' such a-terror during reconstructiondays. eighty-two (882) NOTICE OF MASTER'SSALE.
,A\. solemn round, or two ; cures the cold because : the privilege of meeting him at the feet, north eighty-four (84) degreesand Notice is hereby(given that under -

/ In fact, arrived to shed drives out the inflammation boat.TimesUnion.J. twenty-six (26) minutes_ eastfrom' and by virtue of that certain final
:'' ; the northwest corner, thence ] decree rendered the 28th
on day
/r A band of heroes stout 'up the weakened tissues The Atlanta Journal advises southern B. Osborne the blind socialist south ,twenty-three (23) degrees and of July, A. D, 1906, by the Hon W. S.

t That: you have read in 1>. it: nourishes them back women to become proficient in the leader candidate for governortofGeor- eighteen!{ .(8)) minutes west, twenty- Bullock Judge of the circuit courtof
So many times about. use of firearms. and to carry 'a. pistol three hundredana forty (2340) feet the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Flor- "
their natural strength. That's always. gia was recently arrested in Atlantafor to the west line of the said quarter ida, In and for Marion'county, in

The Late Robert E. Scott's Emulsion deals with lecturing on the streets without a section, and containing eight and chancery in that certain cause pend- .

I. "5"" throat ..Estimates made for the annual :report license and sentenced to pay a fine of I six one hundredths (8.06) acres, more ing wherein City of Ocala Is complainant .
of tragic sore
: Speaking, the a cough, a cold, or less to be and appear before this
+ Mr. Robert E.. Wishart the bronchitis. of Gov"" Carter place the popUla.tlon $25! or serve thirty days in tne chain honorable court on the and C. W Morse, jr. is defendant .

r '.?,inn, printed at Lumberton of the Hawaiian Islands at about gang. He selected the latter punishment 1st day of October, A. D., 1906, the undersigned special master -
appointed to
it'old'home WE'LL SEND YOUA 209000. It is things 'of this sort that same being tbe first Monday In said wtU execute the said degree
:, saysVishart's= month, and a rule day of said on
'" SAMPLE FREE. gives strength'to these sort of
-.Mr, "\ death Is move- to,show if Monday, the 3rd day of September
te, cause any why said property .
4G9 Pe.rl The railroads of the country have ments.< A. D., ,1906-
more than COTE ac BOWNE should not be condemned and
= passing ,
", : already 'filed tons of new tariff-rate during the legal hours oi sale
";' < .' taken.for.uses and purposes till shown at the
.. was* born in Robenson '
The End of 'the' World'of south door of the court
schedules before the United States by the"petltion filed herewith, or else
L' :;.fifty-five. ""'" years ago last, Negro Pastors Got Hot Roast railway commission.The troubles, that robbed E. H. Wolfe, to be barred of ail right, title and In Ocala, Marion county, FlorIda

m.r:".Thirty years ago he "The leading preachers of our .... of Bear Grove Ia., of all usefulness interest whatever in and to said prop. (the same being the buildIng _

t : ,. Georgia'" and engaged. In will not expel., a minister....'r Atlanta Constitution is acting came when he began taking Electric erty.In witness now occupied by the clerk of the

:" -,. ./tiner, ,. Industry. Eight years the church'. when he 'TsT found aSmirablyT- : .'It "Is" not. continuing the .., He. writes. : .iTwo years ago my hand whereof and affixed I have the.hereuntoset seal of Circuit Court and other county of. r

<,..'lefOhat.." state and. went- to ,,;>of immorality' t will exalt fight and is shedding no tears'over' Kidney, trouble, caused me'i great=suf.. said court, this 3utu day oi August, ficers of Marion county, offer for sale '

F 'liTe,.: It is understod that m,,the church when \.th&Infernal th :result of the primary.' 5 ferlng, whichI' woud'-never_ have- survived A. D., 1906.. bidder and will for sell cash to the the highest and best '

E >and .was making. good i should be lynched" said had I not taken Electric Bit. (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, property, to-wit:following described -

; '.a.number of more I Y. j; A. Davis-stat even elisLof. Mr., W. R. Craig has raised this Clerk Circuit court.; ,South
I ters. They alsp cured. me of GeneralDebility. O'jFu. Simonton one-half of northeast quarter
.,hives, .,., he has two sisters Ii Ii'it. A. ,-U. E. church for the" state. .. .of year; according to th 'S nford (N. C.,) .'*. Sure cure--for all Stomach Attorney for Petitioner. 8-31 and north; one-half of southeast quarter

brothers .living. They are : He stated that the'minist Express; 6000' : pounds of": cabbage on Liver and' Kidney complaints/lBlood \!- > :' of block "J" of Alredd's Addition ,

I', :St'J.:Belch, of Bellamy; C. F; the colored race, are*moral cow one acre of land...'" ,= bringing. him, ,$150. diseases Headache,> DizzinessandBitters. I ,' ...' NOTICE. to so Ocala much, Marion thereof .as county may, Florida necessary or
f' <.' .. 'bathof>- Clio. S. C.; I, were not called to preach and Hwen the president gets thru with Weakness or bodily decline. Price In Marion County Circuit Court, Fifth to..' satisfy said decree and costs.JOSEPH .

'! ,Wishart raWishart: ,_ of Lumberton, no regard for the reputation of the English langwidg wil he send awl 50c. Guaranteed by Tydings' drug Circuit of Florida. BELL,
;' '. : of, Wilmington. i race. Tampa and Jacksonville Railroad Co. : Special :Master in Chancery.
;,. :lrIr.'Wishart.. was one of 1 "The ministers of my race are not the letterz.*>he.--S-has nokt. XL-- .out.':_to_the h'-i'.. ."ded" _.- A Corporation> Organized and Ex- T. E. BIGGS
t- leter ofls.-Times Union. isting under the Laws Complainant's Solicitor. 8.3
brother.,Yr. ,A. S. Wishart, to save souls but preaching store.SEABOARD of the ,
State of Florida "
: vs. Jacob
tithe.. number' who mone There are not three min A vetenary surgeon in New Yorkwholesome Stanley. and E. W. Ag- NOTICE OF APPLICATION 'OF -

\ pojtionate part .of the $ in the state who will turn a says that is as I ./\ new.-Notice of Condemnation ,: LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S

,]., for*killing Tom Lowrie,. a : out of the church for lUng palatable, and tender' as- the cow and i AIR LINE RAILWAY Pro- ,. INTEREST IN REAL ESTATE.
,\; ... .. .
Tf the Lowrie gang ia 1872. drinking. whiskey and living an deserves;to be put on the bill of fare.'VbY1oit' $34.45 New York and returnTickets" :;ls .Notice is hereby given that on the '
s hereby given to aUpersonSt
low ., ..' ,' 7th day of September 11906 I will
M:- Wjshart, their brother fa1 life, but will exalt the > '" Interested 'In apply -
"'" on sale August 28 and '29, with or having a to the Honorable
kiiledby, the Lowrie'gang a members who have no charac- interest whatever in and to said property Joseph Bell
final limit Sept. 4. County( Judge in and for Marion county -
tne virtuous men and wo- Lynching in various states is now situate lying and being in Mar.
:foefore. It wasto avenge over -.... -, state of Florida at his office Ia 1
..' t1 f'his. broth rs.Mes"sr8r.A. of the race| This state, of af occupying a good deal of ,'space in $38.00 Toronto, Ont., and retturn. ion couatyt Florida, and.,more particularly Ocala in said county, for an order authorizing '

it. Jltfe.. .;Wishart, organiaei, then i js\driving' the. good- people out many of the;newspapers; *In almost Tickets on. sale. 'Septeuber, 12., ,- A:part described of the'eastTialf as follows"of,the to-wit north: me as guardian of the minor
13, 14 and 5- with final limit child to-wit Cornelia
? Olivia Strp-
if the >
instance is for
Cpmpany"' to ,hunt and kill every "unpardonable west quarter-"aad parUof the north
bhar to sell the
September 24. available following "property
Ties "There is no operative Christianity offence. east quarter of wie southwest quarter belonging to said infant to-wit:

>> the churches but all the religion to Oct. 24. of section twenty-three (23), township T One undivided one-fifth interest in

'_ A True."'Snake'' is practiced my-race-is a Mr. Josh Billings, who did so much .11.95. Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tickets thirteen (13)), range twenty (20), beb] numbered forty-two. (42) Old ; .
.* .'''nMTi' mi nmt. .. :: : f:2: < -" lug ,a rlgbtpf" ;way ,one.hundred and of the
""* -* ---" to*show the $enius. ur language ilSLSSBT and Survey ,city of Ocala Marion
... ,
ji 'jLew Seaman-wno has K ; p .. -I..J-: :/_ ........- .. ._' fifty il5Q.JeeC.wide.,seventy-five ('<5)'
? _. along the lines of spelling were he county, Florida, said lands belonging;
-- 18,> with final limit September feet
: "WAr McCool's large on each side of the center line to the estate of "<
W J. McGrath deceased
Manufacture of Chewing Tobacco.An
alive] would surely praise the president 25. Extension available of the Tampa and Jacksonville
to Oct. Rail-
over < to be sold for the later- :
;, oa Steer Beach was : expert observer on the manufac- best
'Wed of chewing tobacco claims.that in his efforts to follow in his 10.23.75jRichmondlya.f1ind. way Coy as if Is now located. The .est of said minor child. -
: ..lesday. morning, and ; ': said center line begins on the north J
is the:'planter'sprocessof: -: footsteps.. ,- o'1"\ *$ = : .This August 101906.JAMES '
: ;e'fY. i''i : relurn/Tick; line
remarkable snake J\;:, ,. of tne said east half of the north r.; N.
producing ;and developing l ,eta saleSeptember:2: to 5; west 'quarter one hundred and "
truthfulnes- ,of which he flavored bouquet of, the Mrs; NicholaS Longworth; wife : -Xt '" -" : thirtysix -' 8-11 Guardian.

l'-r m' McCOOl was out '"grown on certain lands 'In Congressman Longworta and daugh: I 'inclusiv, e,,-,with. ::>fin1" '=.limit tSpt:" .,.; degrees(sou>and' feet twenty south(20)eighty-four minutes west(84)
1 Piedmont which '13. TT Administrator's Notice of Final Dis
belt popularizes .
breakfast Wednesday
._ tobacco habit.R. ter of President Roosevelt, has accepted of the northeast corner and runs : charge.

.;: aad.came suddenly upon a' chewing J. Tobacco Company's an invitation to unveil the memorial $65.10-Mexico City, Mex., and return. south twenty-three (23) degree and
,: siike: which he proceeded are located, in, the famous statue, .to William, McKinley. .at Tickets on sale Aug. 14 to 31st eighteen (18) minutes west, twelve' Notice Is Iwebjr, given that on the '
) hundred andninety-seveil(1297) feet, 6th day of November A. D., 1906, the
.. patch by crushing its flue cured tobacco belt, the Columbus O., Sept. 14., Inclusive, withfinal' limit 'JO thence south eight ,(8) !degrees and undersigned administrator of the es-
killing the .snake he called chewing tobacco sections known days from date'ot' sale. twenty-one (21) minutes east stae of John W. Randall deceased. will
the world. This kind of tobacco The Cuban insurgents have captured present to the Hon.:Joseph Bell County -
naani out to look at
- .it. less sweetening to please .Seaboard Air Line Jacksonville to eight hundred and sixty-two (2862 Judge of Marion cour.ry, Florida
5:looked unusually large, : than any other tobacco I San Luis a town of 5,00d inhabitants Old Point Comfort, Ocean View, feet to the south line of said norm- his final acounts and make final settle-

*body'they'. decided to open'' j, and the insurrectionary movement east quarter of the southwest quarter Clement and apply for his final discharge ., -
,Cape Henry, Virginia BeachrPortsmouth
and .
containing fourteen and three 'as administrator of the said .
:Sad. what was responsible for The plants for the manufacture of I is -on' the increase.r : ;President. .... Va., and Moorehead tenths (14.3) acres more or less, to estate. P. T. RANDALLAdminIstrator

i. mous. 'size. Accordingly. a tobacco are operated large Palma. however. says' there is "no,: City. and return. 1550. be and appear before this honorable of Estate of John W. 1 -
in the most .
by machinery hygenic Randall, Deceased.
for? alarm. : :' 1: court on the
made with a' knife in the cause, : '
.. edTthe and reveal asystem of clean! f .-5"-3 2!;' Washington, D. C., $22.65.. .Tickets on 1st day of October, A. ,D., 1906, Ocala, FUu May 3. 1906. 54graADMINISTRATOR'S .
snake's stomach
s s model
that would do a
i It t: now looks like Senator Tmnanhas sale at' Jacksonville only. same being the first Monday in ..saidmonth.
surprise, small rattlesnakes I
/ The pleasant and appetizing aroma received a "black .eye" in SouthCarolina. Jno. Dozier, Agent Ocala; W. W.Condon and a rule day of said court, -
in length began to i to'show cause, if why said
any -
the tobacco leaf used and the is City Ticket Agent,Ocala.FJa. property
'. :lifew moments the I The dispensary perhaps = should not be condemned and Creditors, legatees distributees :sand

eraliy alive with them methods of manufacturing defeated and J. Fraser Lyon, who Senat,9r .; S. C. Boylston A. G: P. AHJacksonville' taken for.uses and purposes as shownby all. persons having claims or demands -
caused visitors to the
squirming many I. Tillman opposed if, not elected Fla. the petition filed herewith or elseto against the estate of Henry ,
factories to
: about. experience T. Spooner. deceased are hereby
be. barred of all title
right, and
.., is least ahead of all competitors.The .
tobacco. at
first desire to chew
' :4: Messrs. Seaman and I LOW ROUNTD TRIP interest whatever in-and to said prop called upon and required to presentthe
w i i i same to the undersigned as administrator -
.! erty.In
i4ulged'in .
: a lively snake State." full of fruit EXCURSION RATES VIA
in the Old North i guava bushes are 'within two years from the
witness whereof I have hereuntoset
.test. and' when all were The first 'declaration of indepen I and lots of them win be convertedinto .,, 'ATLANTIC. COAST. .- LINE. my hand and affixed the seal ,of I'date of the first publication of this

'. and;a ceusus of the. dead was drafted In Mecklenburg I jelly. They produce the finestjeily --> said ;court, this'-30th day of August, !notice, otherwise same will be barred. '

'Jtttef found. th'at North Carolina has given birth I put upon-the marketJeliy j $11.95-Atlanta; Ga. i ketS'n sale A. D:;, 106. by the statutes of limitations.
? ['t.
: 'Rakes bad been killed-the many distinguilshed sons of the I from guava bushes. .Well, Dade county September 12, &.i,16,17,18with; (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK Administrator HENRY to the G. estate SPOONER of Henry ,

_which, measured 6 1-2 feet '.- the of final limit September 25th. Extension Clerk Circuit Court.F. '
.1 has' always had reputation M. Simonton T Sponer. _
: : ad twenty-three .young on But it looks like civilization is- go i being" the most resourceful in FloK ""may be had to October Attorney for Petitioner. 8-31 ,.Stanton, Fla, August 10, 1906, 8.11.8t

:bmnee Gazatte. fol : 10th. ,
backwards. For Instance the ida -Miaml' News. '" }" "'

'"''x Ie is the way one editor up there $20.95-Memphis, Tenn. Tickets on NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ,. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.

R p.rosperous.Farler, '_ 'to, 'his "esteemed contempo Pittsburg among other things certainly sale September 9th and 12th inclusive LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'Sm" -
: Notice is hereby given to 'all cred-
; >> A LAND ti '.
HiSQuth Georgia is : -i has a hard hearted jude with 'final limit itors, legatees, distributees and all '

tfefc- rest of the' south 'Adhering to' its invariable' custom wife in that city says that her husband ber 20th.$3&00Toronto. Notice is hereby-given that on the .persons having claims against the <

figures compiled by : calling things by their right names. forced her to eat every newfangled Ont., Canada. Ticketson I j : state of Robert E. Flian; deceased
15th day of September, A. D. 1906 I
..Glessner, commissioner of" Yellow Jacket refrains from call. breakfast food; then made her sale September 12th to lath to present the same to the undersign
ET- I will apply to the Hon. Joseph H;
',' 'jrationand industrial ,this travesty on ,the Creator ride a.wheel as he did to digestthe inclusive with final limit September -. ed within one year from date hereof,
Bell County Judge in and forMar.
the,Georgia Southern and a fool or a skunk.: It would ,be miserable compounds, and the 24th:: Extension to] October -* duly authenticated,
: ... ;. ion county state of Florida, at his :
'rayThese.; show that the the rapscallion. too much honor. hard-hearted judge refused to "granther 24th maybe had.*'" Ocala' Fla., July 6th 1906.
office in city of Ocala In said county, JAKE BROWN,
,the, .towns along the lines ( it would require a minion years a divorce after her enumerating $34.45, New Yorl Tickets on sale for an order authorizing me as guar., As Administrator of the. Estate of

r. -'In; Georgia south of Macon the process of evolution to bring her list of hardships so she will haveto August 29, with final limit to dian of the minor heirs of the estateof Robert E. Flinn. 7-6-8t

aggregate capital of $90 up to a level with the magot that go on eating sawdust and other leave New York Sept. 4th. -
Green Gattis, deceased to sell at GUARDIAN'S NOTICE *r ANNUAL
plus, of $530,000 and, deposits st the carcass of a dead skunk breakfast ingredients.The $23.75, Richmond, Va.. Rate of one private sale the following SETTLEMENT.Notice .

.,: ..frig .to $3,204,000, Of these less to the 'living animal itself.:" fare plus 25 cents, Tickets on propertybelonging'to -
address to the Americanbar said estate to-wit: Lot,
N other 'indication of Encouraging for Mr. Burr. association will be delivered before .save with final limit September13th. thirty-two north and south byfiftysix' 22nd day of August, A. D., 1906. .

a ',bi: ,Major Glessner is the Hon. H. B. Comer, chairman of the the national convention of the feet east and west in the at the court house in Marion county- '.

anti in 'which d commission of Alabama, has association at St. Paul tomorrow. The southwest corner of Lot four (4)) in Florida the undersigned as guardian '
> the new $42.00 Washington, D. C. Sold'dallyto
for the Katie Mai
been nominated forgovernor Block twenty-eight McIntyre
'Si- session of the convention will be opened (28) new survey '
George In Carlton September 3fr Alltickets- and Helen McIntyre. will present
Alabama in the democratic prima -Wednesday with the address of south of the ,town (now city) of my
turned last accounts and vouchers to the Hon
: year $980() for limited to October 31. .
!s year has returned Mr. Comer claimed to have been the. president, George R Peck, and J. G. KIRKLAND, Ocala situated lying and being in the Joseph Bell county Judge In and for"

4100:000.: the minority in many instances,: will close on Friday. city of. Ocala, .Marion county, Florida; Marion county and make my annual
Division Passenger Agent,
endeavored to give the pro- A suit case tossed about ia the and Is owned in fee simple by Evelena settlement as guardian of. the said
r / Tampa, Fla. minors .
The. .True 'ConsJat and shippers of Alabama more> check room of a small hotel In Illinois Gattis and Syron Gattis, minor heirs Dated June 19,. 1906,

{, _. ..Carlisle said ClCJ' frieght rates the same. ,as near Terra Haute, Ind., for NOTICE. of the said Green Gattis, deceased., A. MCINTYRE, =

(bear of amah minds." ; Burr did in his speech in Ocala, weeks was opened and found ,to contain Said land belonging to the estate of As Guardian for Katie Mai and Helen

w, E'",,';; 'f' re_ been many the vote he 'recently received in enough dynamite to blow un tMplace. In the. Circuit County Court, In Florida.and For Marion said Green Gattis,'deceased, to be 'sold McIntyre, Minors. 6229t.

. -l': ,i famous epigram; but' It has ma in ,his race for the! guber- With the dynamite was foundcompl '- to the best. interest of said minorheirs. GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT :

tHenry .torial nomination ;must bevery en te set of burglar's tools. In Re' Estate ot A. C. Johnson. '-k
f | Wattersoa_ ,say, a Notice la hereby given that on the AND. FINAL, DISCHARGE.

../ .".;reallynew.and;, :. strong .on th to ,Mr. Burr and will help Emperor William's grandson, the ,5th day of December;,A. D. 19.06, This 16th day of August, 1906. "
': intha .his gubernatiroal boomlet. the undersigned administrator of the MATTIE F. McCLARY Notice is hereby given that on the :
: folloWing'- anent; the first son.of Crown Princess Frederick estate-of A. C. Johnson. deceased, will $.17. Guardian.Fora 27th day of December, A. D. 1908.

.\ti. ot. --ion/''of. both of'the old An urgent meeting of the Canadian William. of Hohenzolleran. who. .was present my' final return, accounts and at the court house in Marion county, .

K:.democratic. party under 'has been'called for this week. born at Marble' Palace 'at.Potsdam on I vouchers administrator and apply 'said tor.Anal estate.dischargeas Florida the under signed as guardian .

:William. J.. Bryan.** R M. TOWJiTSEND. Two-Cent Stamp. for the minors Katie Mai McIntyre
ti pending ..between Canada July .4 last; will be baptised,tod ay. ? L
._: A chemical has been Hellen .
ere i is but' nst Administrator of .the' Estate,of. A. C. common dill: and Mclatyre + present my ,
; one c .the United' States' are. believed. to King Edward, and the'emperoas"ofA .'Johnson/deceased>t ,- ""* 616m. covered to possess healing properties accounts and vouchers to the Hoa. '

; ling for, ,and' that -is in occasioned. the','call for the meet. >zstria. Ud",,Russia will W, the,god. Martin May :at!!.. 4O$.: i not knoir'n' heretofore. but Joseph Bell. county judge In and for
:e rscter. '.and ,tconvictioa. '' recent .. Maripa county, and make my bal'aetUemer.
v, ; and the visit of SlrMoiti- fathers. To: marl the fact that the -"** 'other'
is the' Sale. drug. The dicoverer will t and apply for final discharge
.rul same:.todiy that.he Durand, British Ambassador. ,' to child was born 6a the fourth-of July, Forty acres Gt fine land near Orrue- for "" '" ;
said minors
as' of the -
'- a two-cent stamp tell anyone whatIt guardian ,
V:.and in American United States to at Berlin has ange'Sprinsv Marion county Fla. "
EarLGray; Gov the'American colony resolved from the said court.. -
is. Address Fla. .
X Philippi 824nvEfforts
northwest quartet of southwest quarter. ,
lt!.form&t1'e' times/' a;"decad Generalot,Canada, is ref rred'to tq present him with 'a sliver Section .township. it range 24 >! Dated June 19th ltoG': '
'fw:,* .generatiba -Live. 'o& with American See the land and make me A. McINTTRE+ -
,. havingbrought: about Vdecision to. cup emblazoned. the ... will be made to drain. the :
dKt. Address D. C.e Alexan4, _Qw.M1u. As 5nanHa' of Katie Mat and Helea* -
... ] immediate action.X ..- ,' "Dismal Swamp.[ ; ; ::
ta.andeagle. ?
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,,";.::f.;' .'.. Father TO 1.BESP.ANKED..IF'_.,Gives' Notice*-t .to Alt.HE Girls.WEDS_'That. ",, i n'nn'ft"'t' !'''''' tnlun'ft! tu ''''n'u"n''ff'mn""n""n''''' ;,,, ,:, ; tr A

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His ,Engagement ,Is Off. I \ "!: 'f.1' .jo
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cir oSpecial to the Ocala Banner: ,
.,: Trenton", August '28.=-Following a 4.-........- ''>": .
notice of the coming mar-: : -
published ,' -
t'. jlage_'>of :Miss Nellie. Sheller 'to '''Leon I : A : 8 0"- N&Wholesale BRO. .. .--....-.' oS;:

Emblyi the father,of Embly, publish : F ',' ->
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?t TO ALt GIRLS. 4.-...:- '" \
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Leon '' _
The: wedding 'of Embly 4 '' I't' 'lit __
will' .
be postponed'.until he arrives j ---
at the'age of twenty-one. His fathj, j II -... "" -41'
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positively notifies girl 1 < "
er any ;r : 4P : !
that he refuses to give his consent : -; '

4! -. :" .A. call at,the house JOHN of P.Mrs.EMBLY Emma, k ;, Grocers. 1 o

Banlon, ''the stepmotner of Miss Sheller I
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r revealed the fact that the elder F : '; : "
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"' lady had refused to permit Embly to ;, C,:>, ,
enter the house; and while Emma ) ',, .' -
g y .Bheller tad engeged herself to Embley- ." -,: v" i- t ..'.'"", .-:,, '_ ',' "r".''!"':,'':.'_:'<, ....

: she had not authorized the announcement ') :: :, ; :, > .
!' of their marriage. :, : ;. i,. ,
: '. -.j .Embley senior says that should his '.' :.,, .' Ocala I .'Pl' 'd' 'a.o/;j"i?:,:; _. -. ___'.

son get married, he would spank him 'r--.:?:, : >:; ::
.. and put him to.bed. The young man : .
.-. ."...': remains in: .his room and refuses to \ .< :' \ .:.k. i : "

'be comforted.. !i ; : ;. i':

-1':, ATLANTA BELLE ENGAGED.- / : .' ,: 0'_ =. 0

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., New Yorker Wins! Beauty WHom President ....
'I Complimented. .J"J

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: Special to the Ocala Banner:' 1._, ''-:- "
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:x :[, Atlanta, Ga".,'August S.-Formal announcement ., ;

r was made ,in Atlanta to i= 0' ,, > HORNBY CEREAL 0 :::1'

day by Mr. and, Mrs. George Pierce : 0
Allen of, the ,engagement of their :
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daughter; :Adelaid, to .Leonard Day, a I ; ARE THE BEST PUT UP :
#: lawyer, 'of ,New York., Miss Allen is ,
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'. one of the .acknowledged belles of
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Atlanta and President Roosevelt at .. .

a reception given to him'here during .f..-. ,. ,..' = ,"' ; ...
i his.last trip to the south compliment __. 0 Ir .
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r '. ed her by saying that she,was the'prettiest f' .,.=: r ,", ; ,.
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: woman ;he. had met in .the : .. t > ; '" -' _'
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-; Before this event Miss Allen and -

,7__. .',: '.': Mr.Miss Day Allen had was become studying acquainted music, while in E Ambrosia : ;; R 0 Oatmeal ,: Gusto ,

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Washington. :Mr. Day was practicing -- v
;' ;. :'f, law! .la .that .city. The marriage .

? .... ,' will FIREMEN. take; place WILL- next TAKE spring. E 0 Breakfast Wheat Force CX G OatmealARMOUR'S .. IF a-

:': ." INTERESTING TnlP. ......
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,, Special to. the Ocala i Banner: tI -' ; ---i.
Hamilton, Mont/ August 28.-The :
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'MontanaState Fireman's Convention

( "opened. here -this morning with a big ...... .-...-..-
parade of ,the local and visiting' com- ,
: : panies. It was followed by a 'meetIng ; ,
; at which the mayor welcomed the
,.. delegates and several of the latter : : "STAR" HAM I ,

yr i made 'handsome responses. In the ,..
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afternoon the first business meeting --- .' .
k '. of the convention will be :held. The 1- r .' ) ... ...... ::!
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program( for the convention is very '
er .
_, :, interesting and 'includes many .valuable ,. _
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,'" ,.addresses and papers of interest -- ." ',.. -.
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to the delegates In the evening there .
... will be a dance at the Fireman's Pay .
Tallion. Tomorrow the delegates will : .
:' ." drive to the BitterRoot" Stock Farm ; i-
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and on the'following day the camp of !' '

,. The Anaconda 'Copper 'Mining Co.. ir ..0'"..,...'. ,',,_ q 7.5. .:-"<"''7-' ,!.., .. ..' ..' "c" ",, '"-, "" .'" <, '.." FLOUR .' '-_, ',.- _,'.- ''

'r .. aear Derby where the tall 'trees ,are : ,J :';_.: :::. ';__:'..".,: :!'- : ':':".>: '; -'
'.,. felled and loaded on cars to be hauled : .. -.-
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: k 'd to'the\big saw mill. -. .,. < ," 'C. ,' -,., J ... --.

- .,i THE WOODEMEN THEIR HONOR HEAD OFFICER. E' 0 Our Brands are as follows. There are Few :Equals-aricltNone: S Better;>' ..

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:, Special to the Ocala Banner:' "
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- Buffalo, N. Y..'Aug. 28.-W. W. Kirk. '., '" '. --.
])&tr1ck. supervising deputy: and head j : .,' ,, c

F camp officer of the.Modern Woodmen E= 33JLLiLJLXID'S, OBELISK :, -?'r ',:', ".<' ---.: :, :. :jj
of America is in the city today on a ." .
tour through the states and the local .
= camps have elaborate preparations E E "d- ;
_- i J; for his entertainment:. This ,evening --S <; BBOWN'S CHOICE I I

*ary there will be a parade and it is expected ..... v. -
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that several thousand members .
v!. of the western New York camps :
1<' will be in After the pars'1 E'r. NELLIE KING

: ': class of nearly 1,000 will be passed : 0 I I

tf 1:: through the adoption degree. T,.- tI ; _
It -- .,"' TOW there will be .a piclnc at Olcott ; ,
f-' Beach. Many prominent officers of the .
(:? state lodge are here and will take E. REMEMBER THE
li' part in the celebration. .. 0 -
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t."": : WILL DISCUSS' POSTAL. MATTERS., .... .....-.",. ,;, :-. ,-- ',. ...;.' --.-,
Des Moines, la, Aug; 28.-The Iowa ..... ',-:' '" ,', ';. .' : -
-state league of postmasters of them .. -4I
fourth class,opened. here this'morning -- ', --
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with ,an experience maatn" f. WMO ) .
many Interesting matters in connect-
s ;iou with' the postal, service were dis- THE PRICES ARE
cussed. The first business meeting RIGHT'4 .
nil! be held this afternoon. Postmas- I J
tee John' McKay, sr,-'of this city, will .. 4411
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: welcome the members; and the president -' ......
Y of the league will deliver his annual .;:i>. "''..' -_ '
-address. Many interesting : .- : ,, .,' ",. ""' ', ._.. : :-:: ., :
papers _
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:Ttfe ring to the varipus features of ... "" Ii' .
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the postal service in fourth class -- <
post :::: ?
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offices"wiU: be delivered. The, convention .-.... : '} .... ;, 'os.,;
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.x will last' two days, Tomorrow Yours for More Business n i _
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afteinoon the postmasters will be en- E. 2 < Jf
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t.tiJn at:, ,' the, state fair., ; :? : .: : <
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CALIFORNIA" 'STOCK BREEDERS1 :___ ,,,, ., ., "( '. t .. ". ". ; ,'J.-: ," ,.< Q., ;. ...... .
,; ,'.. / CONVENTION" : .. ''' j ,' !' : '- .'
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;.1P ,Sacramento. Call. ', Aug.' .28.-The. ......' : TA. BROWN" : 0-'. ,..1,.ti- 11 i>','l! ",> "j..
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; *live nIIUaI.. 'meeting> of, the .'California' .,..... :. : ,- .' 'Q' t. '_. ..:, }.. : :
Stock Breeders' Asociatlon will IT. ; -' : '''',':'. '..'-, '
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p-, f '-.. 'A on.' In' the- evening 'an. open meet. : o. : : f;( ;: t
big will .be'' heldja't1 the state. capital: ,
-.h.Interestingprogram. has been' pre. : .. ."i c \. '." ,-. _:< .

3.- *' r, .ff. :.park speakers, ," and'.Win i''a ;address number" ,,the.'of" meeting.prominent, ': r,.{ " ,((... '(.(." .,." ,." ..'{ { t

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