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:
September 14, 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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Mrs Jdary Husband of Florence, B.C. THE REMOVAL OF AN OLD LANDMARK

after a visit in Ocala with the.familyof .

: KODAKS : her brother, *Mr. W. T. Cole, bas MUST. DO BUSINESS ..

A I returned to 'her 'nome. The Delouest buildingwhich. is .
now being torn down is the oldest WITH BANKS.
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(. Mr. Edward. C. Bennett. returned business structture in Ocada. ,

.. .; ,' .. home from Norfolk. Ya* where, he Just after the close of the civil war EVERY PERSON, be he merchant, .
I ""' ; c has been 'spending the past four Messrs, ,E. J. Harris and Samuel Ag- farmer or whatnot, who counts for .
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weeks with his parents.Dr. new formed a copertnership. 'and did anything gets to the point where he
; S -ANDPR.OTOGR8PHIC- I the first mercantile-business in Ocala MUST DO BUSINESS WITH A

' S. H. Blitch leaves in a few I I after the .restoration of peace. They :: BAN K.. Come along with your small

W GOODS lays for Rochester; N. Y, where he ,i soon dissolved- partnership and Capt accounts. With our help many of the '
n ... goes to attend the national meeting !,Agnew ejected the building that. is large businesses of today grew from

:;:* of'convict prison physicians. He will 'now being removed and it was in it small ones. .. .. j.. -
| A AT THE deliver an address' before that body. :he laid the foundation for the fortune .

r. Major 1. T. Izlar who went up that he afterwards achieved. MUNROE & CHAMBLISS : ro
: Capt. Agnew's business soon became
POST OFFICE DRUG( STORE to Blackville S. C* several days ago ,
so large that he was forced to BANKERS.
to bring his 'daughter, Miss Eloyse
seek larger quarters and. this building
home arrived in this city Sunday. The
was then occupied by Colonel Ra-
". t.. '. I friends of Miss Izlar will regret to -11
mage and D. A. Miller was his manager or
learn that she is still quite sick. -
a and it was here that this gentlemen GOVERNOR BROWARD'S ANSWER
However, she was better yesterdayand r 1RlNS
% so prominently identified with TO THE QUESTION.
it is hoped that her recovery win :
,r : ,. the history and progress of this city -
be rapid. Two weeks In
his ago commenting on }
\ began career.
." the Broward-Beard drainage debate
..- .; .. Hpn. M. L. Payne of Fairfield, Mar. It was here also that Dr. Edward
Journal stated that there
J' < was
Filled ion county was" in town Saturday ou Delouest, brother' of the present owner
Prescriptions Carefully ; .:
the ;
one question In reference to ev
laid the foundation for the magni-
business with the G. & Gl: railroad of ,
.. ._ erglades drainage which Governor
ficent business that he built
ficials. Mr Payne was a member of up.
Broward did not answer, viz: while We Have Now in Stock
1 HAPPENINGS' ABOUT TOWN. Mr. W. P. :Moorman and' son, of the lower house of the Florida legislature Its last occupant was J. W. Alexander
: the
ownership of these everglades
Grahamville. were doing business in 'in 1901 and is an old friend of one of Ocala's most industrious the Most Complete Line oiRINGS
lands Is In dispute-wnile It is a mat :
; MISS... 'SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS.I Ocala Monday. the ,editor .of the. Sun, with whom he colored citizens and he. like '
ter of litigation In the courts will
Local Editor.. enjoyed a pleasant social chat dur- all the other occupants of it, succeeded that .Can Be Found

Miss Margaret ;Peace went up to ing his stay her ......:<;a1 esvin '.:Sun. in doing a very fine trade. Good It be wise to spend the people's mon I

Micanopy Monday: to spend a few 1 fortune seemed to have followed its ey in draining them until such'owner- Anywhere .

r_ =The: Marion Hardware' Co.. has re- days with 'relatives.Mr. Mr. John Jeffords an old Ocala boy every occupant ship Is. 'settled? .

ceiyed, this week a carload of gaso-. Is This question Governor Broward Call and See Them. ::
S :and who now mayor of Clearwater, The building has been added to ,
i lene engines John }f. Graham spent.Sunday passecd through the city Monday 'af- since it was first constructed and is. answers In the Journal this morning
at Connor with his parents Mr. and
and in condensed formthat answer
ternoon route home. He has bceu asoclated with the
.en intimately historyof
(Oi. K F. Rogers ,of Lynne attended
Mrs. L. M. Graham.
as we understand it. may be briefly ,
S spending some time in Kentucky with our city. But it belongs *" --* .-
? tie .meting of turpentine operators follows
relatives and while visited in and be hewn down to stated as :
in Jacksonville Tuesday. .Mrs..R. 0. Connor and children have away age must give I
Cincinnati and other cities making olace to a more stately building more 1. The trustees have no option in..
St. where
to Petersburg, they .
t >iss Rhoda LIddon, who has been will,spend several weeks} arrangements for the shipping of nis .In keeeping with the Ocala .of to the matten: Their duty, under the
law, is to ..drain the everglades no ,
big I
this He
tpe'.dlng the past tWQ months with orange crop season. says day.
relatives and friends at Tampa and Mr. W M. McDowell of' the McDowell that he expects to do a big busless matter where the ownership lies. "'\

'Jacks*avUle,. has, returned Inrr.e. Crate & Lumber Co., located this winter. His Ocala friends.. rejoice Governor Broward Accepts Invitationto -2. If ..drainage is to wait. until. all

at Oak; was in the city Monday.Mrs. in his prosperity.: Be in Ocala.. litigation is settled, it will never be _
Gov.N. B. Broward who accepted thE accomplished any more than Palafox Fred G. '
,Mrs. J, C. P-aiips and daughter, B. Weihe;
Clara Chappell' Burnsides ,Mr. M. W, Thompson, who has for invitation to be in Ocala on Octobers street could be'paved (the city were ,
visiting Mrs Phillips'
Mary, are par
who has been spending several some years been with the Petteway event? enth to participate in the ceremonies to await on every or any dissatisfiedtax ." Y
eats there Jewel i
Froth they
,*t. Williston. Tle} ,
months in Savannah,' returned home Brothers as their superintendent of attendant on the laying of payer, who might insist on obstructive .
will. go to 8t Augustine for a couple '
:ef'weeka. ,Sunday afternoon.Mr. .turpentine properties in this county the corner stone of. the new court litigation. : L-

was: in Ocala Monday on his way to h.use end at the 'same time to give 3. The lands which are to be drained '

_5 '\.a' Misses Catharine,. Clifford 1 and Mild- Arthur' Olin of the firm of Nix the properties recently purchased by his famous "drainage" debate with will themselves under the drainage p ,

171es../daughters of,Capt. and Mrs. & Olin, saw mill men'of Grahamville. his company. Warren &, Thompson at the Hon. J. S. Beard of Pensacola. amendment, bear the cost of such lroktBistinial.LDPQLLR. .

: .p 'tl, Pvles pent "n *n 'P'''PTJC Tuesday formerly of Kendrick: was a business Stemper, near Tampa. Mr., Thor.p- '-'-- *.. ',,ivin8' letter was receivedby drainage, and cost being divided as ;c..r y -""'-- _____ -"""

afternoons' to visit.' their sister, visitor to Ocala on Monday. son has made. many friends ir. Far- Mr. Ristrunk from' the 'governor follows; The lands themselves payIng L 1 HA J. U.Fm.tU .

c KP.. Hofctein..Annie. ion county since coming here who rUE day: a tax of five cents an acre and BULLOCK.DesUsU. .
Some much needed repairs are being -
x. will be pleased to know that he Tallahassee Sept 8, 1906. the state putting up an equal amount, .
''' r!'kl, ,Fienberg, who,has been, made on the' A.' C. L. passenger has recently made a very fortunate Mr. S. T. Sistrunk, Ocala, Fla. the state's money to come from the OftrJlu.ree. .
depot and the new. freight depot willbebegutf CfctntliM 2tik Ocala,Fit.Tl .- i month in the mountans. .while. move, in turpentine circles, Mr. Dear SIr-In reply to your esteemed proceeds of the sale of state landsthat i

Carolina'' ; passed through1, Ocala : within a very short Thompson didn't fail to call' at the favor of September 5. inviting me have .either: already been sold or B..,GGs.

bay *afternoon. on her way to'her Mrs. Mamie Howse Stovall and office of'his favorite newspaper while to I,e present at the laying of the will be sold while >the drainage con aATTORYEY- w.

l\e. ae in. Dunnellon..: t' children have returned home fron in the city. corner stone of the new court houseof tinues. The land outside of the Office ut Gary Mtr K ck.)

lr :, _..*lr-John-W.Y, Hopkins,: superintend- the. ..mountains. of north;Georgia, where Marion county, Florida. October, everglades district will therefore pay OCALA 7LOUaa, ,
School at
; they- have been spending several! Building 17. at 11 o'clock a. m.. and to make no drainage tax but the latter will
si : 1'oi Ocala Manufacturing Com WIN
the 8PBNCKK.
< The patrons of the public f
'weks.Mr. II I at address on the subject of drainageof be assesed against and paid by the _
1NSCy s' 'mills has been confined to Park have' -
Orlawaha, and Weir
the everglades during the afternoonin lands benefitted, just as the abutting ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
ri nem for' 'the;:past- ;few flays_with' l I ; J, J. Knoblock. of Martin, a decided to erect a new school buildingfor .loict debate with Hon. J. S. Beard property owners pay the cost of a .CALL, :artOr.w.a... _
: ,,fever- He leave* tomorrow for aiz citizen of that use ?lye coming term. The new .
progressive be
55 :prominent young of Pensaccla; will say that I will street pavement
:t ; trip>.; |6 the seashore.' I section, was a visitor to house is located at .Oeklawaha that glad to discuss the drainage of the 4. If. the railroads should ultimately T K. ca+sa_ -

;,.-. .)If-" E. ,B. KUlam, of South' Lake Ocala. Monday and was 'a caller at being considered a more central ?itTlads in Ocala and will make get the lands, the state viM still be DENTIST

y f F :WeirIn' the .city Tuesday on this office. point t' an Weir. Park* and .more'con- my arrangements to be in Ocala on the gamer because,After drainage, the OCALA '1,

buatnes; andsays everybody the veniuit to ;a. ,larger. number ': f E. McGahagin and little foundationswere A1LOS L. 6ISTKOMK.
Mrs. W. BriekV.fpr the
pupils. : .
1 ; is prosperingand) all 'are happy to be present or not With kind regards dollars in taxable property and the
'i lam.
daughter, Alma of Tampa. are in pit on the grounds Monday and AnORIET.AT.UW.FRECKLES
: .
and'est wishes state will receive taxes from them
ortr the prospects of. a. good orange.
the city. Mrs. McGahagin came to bewith the lullding will be completed in RaomaM"iitc BaU4tac
Yours truly whereas it receives nothing.
the'.coming.season. now
seep her mother, Mrs. D. J. Burnett time to school during 'the first
open 'N the
.t B. BROWARD, Governor. 5. The railroads will tot get
whom we regret to learn is quite ill week in October. AND PIMPLES
Taylor because if everything else falls,
'Mr. Robert, 'T.. and family, lands
l have Miss Nannie McGahagin will teach Wreck at Bay City. will by the constitution REMOVED ia
from Ocala, Fla., moved to the state prove, Tttalt.1a.Nadinol..
Spring: street. They come to Atlanta Mrs. T E. Bridges and son, LeRoy, this ?r'10. ol this season, and the patrons Tues'day morning a wreck occurred that the various legislatureshave

that they may give their> .:children' the I: who have been spending the summer arc congratulating themselves on the A. C. L. at Bay City between given away more lands than the .

at Mrs. Bridges old home at Wisa'kY'1 upon receiving so competent' an in Trilby and Croom. Several
ifadvantages. of the fine schools of the constitution permits them to grant- ne eo.,1tslta1ft1l
city.-Atlanta Georgian. 8. C., are now at Hendersonville 'N.O I II I structor for their children. freight cars were derailed and turned the said grants are therefore unconstitutional : ler it isdored .

.. for a few weeks before returning over on the tracks and it was impossible -and' that all of the remaining by thuatads .

The members of the Methodist' home. An; Ocala Boy Promoted.A for passenger tralsto 'pass lands for which deeds, have .L frafeful IUi ,u4furutcci -

church, have completed[! arrangements letter has been received in this by. A tran was made,up in this city not been made belong to the school to remote

for the purchase of a very elegant Mr. P. M. Gayle a prominent citizenof city from Mr. Irwin Reardon. who is and sent down to the wreck and the fund and cannot be deeded to a rail. aD EW1 di. lora.

.pipe-organ. This fine instrument will Standard, recently of Georgia, was with the 8th Battery Field Artillery passengers were transferred to it and road company or anyone else excepton *' tiou u4 youth.restore! n.tNLeu..f

t be;: Installed in ' at no' distant visiting in Ocala Monday. Mr. Gayle United. States Army, Camp ,Stot&en- brought to Ocala. payment of an agreed price. worst cue ia twenty dijK 50 uJ $1.00

date 'and will be a splendid ad will become! acquainted with the county burg. Pampanga P I, He has beenin The south bound train from Jacksonville These five points contain, as we. I at all ksJiaf <*n>f rtoro or lr a ..i1.tji.W' .

', 1ton'to the church. and the county site' through the the Philippines for some months reached: Ocala after four understand it, the essence of Governor l Pmeut.: toUr coy Pan. Tsa
Banner. and expects to remain there for sometime o'clock and took on the passengers
It columns of.the. Ocala Broward's answer to the question dame Warden's Notice.
:'IK. H. G. 'Spooner parsed throughthe longer. He says that he is liv here that had been brought up from and his contention for everglades Notice is hereby given that when S.

city Tuesday afternoon.on his way Mr. Stanton Borland of Fort Myrs ing fine and that life over there has Bay City. and this train was turned drainage. The .answer, in the Jour want

r 'back' to Sttnto -onLake-Wer: from ar formerly of. Cttra, was prominent been good for him. The duty,' he around and sent back to Jacksonville.We nal's opinion is a logical one providing persons appointed the a request deputy game must warden be accompanied

,, business trip tq Jacksonville., He met visitor in the city Tuesday, He was says, is not hard when one gets were unable. .to learn- the cause the governor's premises are all with a properly signed

t his wife'. and child in. that city and Just relnrinng from a visit to his old accustomed to it and the soldiers are of the wreck. correct. If they are correct; his con of reputable Address petition
persons ,
, 15. they accompanied him to the lake to home in Ohio; where he spent a well taken care of. Plenty of good Announcement eluSion appears to be just.It C. J. MeCRANEY.

,tpend some time there. couple of months very pleasantly.Miss substantial food and pleasant heal Marriage received remains now for the opposition Game Warden Staaton Fla.
I manage'to havea The following carols were ( ,
'{, thy quarters.They to knockthe from under hi*
I props 6t V
of the 8-3
: .-'Z> Mrs John Lcvell formerly Miss spent baseball nearly every day in Oql& Monday by friends
Annie Needham who game logic by showing that it is' based oc
"W Faaulo Hunter.' of this city, and her the'summer with relatives and friendsin and once and a while get passes and contracting parties: false premises and that is conclusions The famous White House shoes for

fufa =t yon returned to. her home at New York City, Boston and other .go to' Manila. He says that he was Mr. Donald McKenzie art therefore not just. In the ladles and gentlemen, and the Buster

Anthony Tuesday stner; spending a cities in Massachusetts, returned surprised not long ago by receiving Mrs..Mary Radcliffe language of the street it is now "up Brown shoes for girls and boys can

a short while. with her Ocala rely :tome Tuesday afternoon.: Her sister I an appointtment as non commissioned Married the fifth to them.-Pensacola Journal. not be surpassed in the city for style,

tives. Mrs. .Lovell's' sister acocmpan- I Miss ,Edith Needham and Mtk brother 11IDcl'r with the rank of corporal and Wednesday, September quality and price. The Fair. s

i; lei ber !home for a few days. went up to Jacksonville to' meet Js now wearing stripes and chevrons. nineteen hundred and six c

>'" her and come home woth her.Mr. ; lie says that is was quite a surpriseto Washington. D. C. A New Life Insurance Office for We have reduced the prices on all

f Mrs. W. Mdlwaine and 'children.r tim but that he has managed to Ocaia. summer dry goods. Inspect our stock
!< SHEEP LOST.-Two large rams
:. Vho have been spending the summers H, D. Bassett manager of the hold vp under the shock. He has tails cut short. Seen Mr. G. W. Adams, of Tampa, state and get our'prices. We can save yon

witn relatives at Latlmer. S, O, reHttrned Bradley Phosphate co.'s ,interests inFloral charge of the office work with one without horns ; superintendent of the industrial department money. The Fair. 2-

t"| home Tuesday afternoon:They City was a business visitor to man under. him and everything in about August 31 near Silver Springs.Z. 'c. of the American Life In.
.C Reward for their recovery tie fa .'"! Houseand
Mcll- We handle
:,Y here accompanied by Mrs- the city Tuesday. Mr. Basett's family the clerical line is left to him 9-lHt surance 'company' has rented offices oi tc
-- alae's sister, Miss Mary" Bell, who have recently returned from' Tallu-- His Ocala friends will be pleasedt Chambliss & Co. in the Gary block and will make Shoes for ladies: and g '? '-

'.f 'ill-"spend! the 'winter in Ocala.; lab. Falls where- they _spent. 'almost ? .learn of his promotion and that he For Sale or Lease-In "section 16, Ocala ,headquarters; Mr.: Adams the Buster Bro.-n ,&b oee 4U. ;i. -ad

,. t i delightful summer. }Mr.. Bradley. has likes' the service. range 20. township :0, .near Floral has large experience in the 'life insurance toys.,These line cannot be surpassed

.r> United' States Senator' James P.Taliaferro many friends in Ocala, who are always City, 15 acres, prospected, carrying business and ,will be an acquisition for quality and price. Comi In and

of -Jacksonville,, "and;,Con-: glad to see, him .in;the city, Some Kin to "Old Barbee" J6.000 tons high grade =tock, averaging 'to the business interests see them. The Fair. T

''f r seman Stephen:' ,M Sparkman,, \>tr7aJDpa I .r- ,_ A south Florida 'citizen peacefully overburden 25 'teet For particulars our city. WANTED- -Two good teamsters and

r have, beenInvited.,, .. to- be' In. Mr land Mrs. ,,M. Fishel; who spent driving his horse on' a country roadclaims writ )Irs.' Louis Gilmour. 118 .Messrs.. F. W," Miller and Charles -' two good work hands to help

!a ,ou, .. .the, ..seventeenth... of. Octo" ; the past ,month at Hot Springs,, Ark, to have( been unexpectedly at- 11th street', Oakland, Cal". d.1t\! Mathews wll have charge of thiscompany's around a mill. Apply to W.. J.

at the laying ofjth'e; :corner tstonei returned home'_ Monday 'afternoon. acked by an alligator icnrteen feet In Ocala ,offices. 55 Lohrig: 64 Vf. Broadway Ocala.
,\ :i)their; friends; hope they .will acit'the'iavitation They went .for the.'benefit, .of Mr length. The south Florida man fails WANTED-A sawyer for: small 8-2. tf

1" :. Both; these;.gen;., Fisherss. health and ,he return very to. mention 'the brand-'"Old Valley" :mill. Write to. Ocala: ,MTg.: Co.. It -

'tJEmehage', ,been very.".,friendlr to.Ocaia1 much Improved They report, a very or "Old Corn Aralachicola. Times. Had that naval display ,occurred at ; .r
and. workeS'strenuously' forth4Cappropriatton 'visit'an :fhat ;Mr. E. P: A, satlfle< enjoyable satisfaction 'Sa'not > *
; } +of :Oca1a'sgovern' ? ThaP.rd. and"Mrbe ;beard; from vertlsfcofcnV.only our aim rid' but. OUT guarantee. Try possible that the Pearl_'of the.Antffles. received by'is. Will you'be one to '

7beet "finding the Tampa cigaf inall parts the :TvTilte House:shoe: spring stySes would now be enjoying a deeply quietofpeace. .., take advantage of their arrivaland as
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-*: -, LIFE: AT' ORANGE SPRINGS., ,.: ANTHONY. JOHN BEARD WILL. BE IN, OCALA. ; A Story ,of the Sea Okeechobee lake Is twelve hundred i

Special'correspondence Ocala Banner. 'I, If a Cow "By> purser bold, this tale Is told square miles in extent* the Urjest
correspondence Ocala'Banner Will beb.te the Drainage! Question gaveButter sir that "
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'f. ,The piilau, at Mr. Hiilman's Friday of 'a giant waterspout, body of fresh water south of Mason
.4 I hare Just finished Tenting! youinewsy'and With Governor Broward. the northward
threatened ,his ship on -
., night seemed_to bejenjoyed by .all. and Dixon line. The water Is soft,
'instructivepaper!* Hon.: : The.night was at its best. delightful for
when-- ;I;.fail- it-eyery J1<* sitiU weekJs ", TIie'' OungrPe ple 'lnever, seemed from Escambla; county, will debate every' ,word a true word-I'll swearit being: both bathing and, :'

E feel lost. .# = happier. They Indulged' In, ,variousgames the drainage question with. GOvernor on a .book sir; the spot was seven drinking purposes. The health of tM

_ |The health pf.-our: ..little community until supper was annoulcet Broward in Ocala on October 17. mankind would have to hundred miles southeast of Sandy .country known as the everglades. toas :'

_ If excellent I think a physician The following letter met waterspout fine as In any part of the civilized
and then all retired to the shades of will expalin invent milk. Milk is Na, Hool{;sir; there ,we a .

2 ,would starve here If he depended. upon' the.beautiful magnolia trees where itself:, ture's emulsio'butter believe me. I'm not ly1n'-a spout. worid.-:Sam Fletcher In Tampa Her

_ hit practice for a 'livelihood< ; Sewannee, Tenn.* Sept.. 8, 1906. ing, sir, and carrying on as William aId.
the,feast was spread, plllau .fruit' and put in shape for diges-
|Mrs. Stamps, form Ocala, ,has been After PlOt Hf., S. T..SIstrunk, Ocala Fla. Jennln's Bryan. And this Is the way
few ,She confectipnarjes. supper tion. Cod liver oil is extremely Bird S. Coler has Instituted suit
here recuperating for a days.< George Stewart, recited a Jolly and Dear Sir-Your favor of the Eth our great New York dallies poke fun

returned home ,this afternoon. beautiful peace; ''"Darius Green and in-t, inviting me, at the request of nourishing, but at our, candidate.. This particularitem against the. Brooklyn Eagle for $100
fOur school commenced Mondaj His Flying Machine." Before supper tie. hoard) of county commissioners it has to be emulsified is.frcm, ,the World. 000 for defamation of character.

- morning with a fair attendance. IMss he recited the exciting and thrilliht; of Marion county to be present at ,the before we can digest it- .

Eva Johnson, oft Reddick; has charge 1.-"ing of the' corner stone of "
_ you
of It. She has given.satisfaction and story, "A Handsomer Man Than: 1.1 new court house and to discuss the '

the* patrons seem well pleased.. fine which declainier.was greatly enjoyed. He'ls a question of the ,drainage of the ever Scott Emulsion THE pkonF l IN" THERESULTS!

*Mrs. Claytont Massey, who has been Those that were present from Sparr glades with Governor Broward, was

on a vfslt to.her relatives and friend were Messrs. Harvey, John and Law: forwarded to me here and h.just combines the best oil
in Valdosta. Ga.. returned Friday. been I i
x rence. Grantham Madison Marshalland received thank you and( with the valuable hypo-

., Messrs.and Bassett Missrs.,and Newback\Priest,, of and Anthony : Albert Strickland// Noah and Harmon I through you your board of county commlsiorers phosphites so that it is Our frankest statement or the.most VI fulsome praise of those ..

of Marion for the
Clemens, Albert. Perry, Charley county, to digest and does Health the drinking could not
I ; ,and Cannon'of Hhe'Tlcinlty Palai invitation which I accept with pleas- easy who have reaped Good by convince ;
and Miss Sadie Clemmons and ,
ka, were at, the Porter house Wednesday Miss Jettie Boyles. Jolty Carlton of nrv With regards, I am, yours very far more good. than the you as surely and completely or quickly as a little demonstration .

_ night.. They,had In, chargea Pine was with us also. truly, oil alone could. That under your own vine and fig tree. So we say "takeit

flock of sheep for thePalatka market; Those from Anthony were Misses JOHN S. BEARD. makes Scott's Emulsionthe home and try itA few gallons of Chick Springs water __

Judging from the number: of cattle Sue and Grace Milligan Bessie Graham The St. Augustine Grape.I most strengthening, of
and sheep that have been,, driven will do more to prove its worth than reams paper conversa -
Una and Myrtle "Shealey May bought my St.: Augustine grape nourishing food medi- .
and and
through ,here.for the.,past year,. MarI of Reasoner Bros. some eighteen tion. Chick Springs water results are plain sure satis
I and Sarah Moore, Lillie Stewart, Sal- cine in the world.
lon county must have fine pastures. Good health is four-fifths of everything.
] lie Leitner and Clarabelle Stewart, years ago. It made slow growth at Eying

The beef and mutton, most of it, was Mrs.. George Stewart and Mrs. Swain first, and I paid little attention to Send for free sample. -

shipped, to towns on the east coast.when I Messrs. Robert Swain Floyd Keeney .t A visitor while looking over the SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists PROMINENT PHYSCIAN SAYS IT IS ONE OF THE BEST IN AMERICA V

1 was very much'the surprised Banner madbr'Dalsy' Willie Stewart Willie and AlexLamb place told me that it should be prun 4O9-415 Pearl Street New York CHICK SPRINGS CO. ,Atlanta, Oa. Sept. J, 1194

read statement in John Leitner, Holmes Baskin, ed. end he., set about it at once also 60c. and $1.00. All druggists Chick Springs S. C.:-
to scarcity
No.1 In regard showing me how it should be done.
Chester Willie andDr.
-4 at the Fort McCoy picnle Hlllman Bray Gentlemen.\fter coming home from Chick Spring I Jane ;nee your water a irttt tat* : V
of meat, Eaton Lindner.Mr. It must have been three years old at thought and for the sake of suffering children I wish to say that la aU ay pncttct(as4 I km
and barbecue. I have seen a good that time. The next it bore a few given children's diseases special ftsdjr).I hare never teed a warur that gift LIlt tad!adios
Bert Smith and,Mr.,Ernest Per. PHILOSOPHY that the Chicks Springs water has.
many persons who were, there and of Oxford were visitors at An. bunches of grapes. It now measures I The little patient whom I carried over has a T-TT coapikated;>> case cf ltoaJacla troabit. f
all remarked about ,the Quantity of yr I Sam B. Russ in Pensocola Journal most., that I wa very touch surprised at the rapidity ol the impovtacat after driakiBf U*
I thony Saturday night and Sunday. IS inches around the base, covers a water only tnree or four days If the water only wen u U did last she wilt K a son'J an wed
N :- meat, that was. distributed among the trellis of 30 feet by 45 feet. Is loaded I child. '
,Those who called at the writer's In closing let me say'to you that I believe you hare oae of the b'3aed1eioat waters t.
crowd., There must be a mistake home Sunday' evening were Miss Sal. with grapes every year. about one r Death has no terrors fo the under America aad I would suggest that you call the attention of good pnywcUasta lu d'fCb i. U-
'' I treatment of children's oiseaHcs.
somewhere. How about it. Daisy .No. taker. .
lie Leitner Miss Mary Beal and. Mr. nundred feet from Indian river whichis J. H. BXAI>PI8U>. U. D
1? Harvey Gfantham of :Sparr Mr. Ernest $alt No wind break, only the Men who have money, to burn GAINED 20 POUNDS IN A MONTH.Greensborongh >.,-

Mr., Bert: Pegfam will leave Moiy j Perry and Bert Smith of Oxford house which shelters it from the west should never carry matches. N. c., Aug. IS W ,

day for Macon, to be, gene an indefi-: I wind. Exposed to all the force ot People who have nothing to do, often Having suffered with Malarial Fever and Coagttltd Liver all of the last apriag, ay plrsi. -

nate time. He"'wUfb, missed as he Mr. Will Baskin is visiting friends oar high north and northeast winds. end by doing somebody else. tans prevailed upon me to try Chick Springs water. After a months ee I co *tdr it tae asort ,J'
the 'amusements valuable mineral water I hue knowltje of. i e.peralty recomtacnd it for stet st fat ItMl :
? contributes largely to and relatives, here. Planted iu a sandy loam. Has never Talk is said to be cheap but only troubles. I beliene it will absolutely cure th sick if civea a fair tnal.I .
of, the young people. am indeed grateful for what it did for me. I guided twenty p*ads daring a mooch a"" :
I ,Miss Jettie Boyles, of Sparr, is theguest had one particle of fertitlizjer of any when it is uttered by a cheap man. at the springs. I hartliy endorse it; '
Mr., Pleas Hall>:<>f, Titusville who '- MRS W. W. BRIGO
kind. The vine has'now some scat-
of Miss Katie and Annie Hill- .. The woman without wrinkles is Just
teen visiting father; ,Mr Jv J. AN ALMOST MIRACULOUS CURE.SlmpsonWe. .
has hIs man this, week. tering bloom has always had a very ,the one to put a man up to a wrinkleor
and brother.- fr. JtB'Hail* 8. C. Mar 12 1904.
Ball" : ;,; Mr,'H. A.. Atwater and family went tight second crop. two.

11 :nrredhome, Mpndayf'Miss down to Green Cove Springs Tuesday, The grapes are of exquisite flavor. The fellow who puts his wife on a CHICK, SPRINGS, CO.
BessieLee; Porter, who has a CHICK SPRINGS. S. -C.T
,. ,.'. their stay will. be indefinite we sup Same color as Catawba thin skin pedestal:: sometimes finds it necessary
position as saleslady, with the Ham p'ose. Never troubled with insects or 'dis- brace Gentlemen suffered from indigestion and eight years dan. which time I wtt -
He has rented his home to Dr. tc
up. attended by one of the best physicians of my county,woo bialy dvtH me too IIUtHtliJon.n
..mond Brothers;*.ot .Hawt1iorn jU C. W. Lindner..t t!ew i-eedsl Many with only 'one seed. The women who wear well are jus*. as a last resort I was carried en my beds mere Ihlri l\. I ouldcat Nqairf! fed gnfeae*
much pleasedwith: the good people wafers only when arrived. The water was brought to my be4 torsii wetks; aUf that test t
,e. very* Mr. W, R. Pee'bles andVfamily arrived ease.-Mrs. Olive C. Brainard in Flor- as solicitlous about what they wearas was carried to the spring in a bu< here last Saturday. They are ida Agriculturistt the other' kind. springs.and to uke mineral balb abo. At the dON of thret months I IR. stroag a"'i 1'iW1.
_ farmers' '- 'gathering their and could: eatanything mv appetite caUed for. I can?&.rai -talC rpriii watt t4W Ii b1y '
The are with Mr.. and Mrs. Hillman until they Some men think aloud but most of as it evidently saved my life.
; crops and all seem well pleased'with Painfully Hurt Xu, UOMRR OOtD4\ JTa, ,,- '
can make their home'complete..: them do their thinking in a- manner
..,.., well asthe quantity. Mr. Buford Leitner well known to
the quality as
The .town. council'is having the tfiat attracts'no attention whatever.The Give Chick Springs water show in your home.
is" I enjoy the readers of this happened toil
Your paper a good .shade trees trimmed. and the streets paper Send in order today. J

t ':' reading It. put in good order! Mr ;1./B. Irby Is ?'ious accident yesterday and ...he Protecting Flag. your

'r, SIC'SEMPER TYIL\.NNIS-, doing the work, was very fortunate that is was. not That was a curious: method taken

>'. The Sparr boys 'furnished' the pii fatal. by two firms in Tampa who own4it.CO
,< Fort Sept, 8, 1906.. lau.. 'The'"Sparr.: boys are all right.Say Mr. Leitner was helping' to repair / head. of cattle' on the range in
Myersy.Fla.i "
: the 'Carmichael Son Co.'stwostory
June 'Bug. where are you hid Cuba. American'1 flags were placedall
Hon. F.:E, Harris.! pcala. Fla .' Building near the S. A. railway and sothat,
ing. around the ranges in order Chick C.
:- Slr-From that the x Springs .
the fact .
-* Dear BLUE BE1.L. while on the elevator the to do damage to the cattle the ,
t -1 question .of the drainage of the.ever, '. cable broke and he fell a distance of -
flag would have to be' desecrated.The ,, -- :
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:'r' glades has'resotved.itself into: a aWe GRAHAMVILLE ITEMS. ; about twenty-five feet injuring his Cuban evidently had faith in
.)., Issue of the most'vital"! importance, --: ,' right hip and inflicting bad bruises i:the American ftag'> and the insurgent ?;Mda East Coast -

.to which the press of the state,have Special' correspondenc*Ocala i anner.- ,"* his hands and-other parts of his :tears it or-at least respects it-Orlando flailway.Led :

$ and are devoting much .space and at. On Sunday the eighth,, Dr.. Cunningham oody. StarReporte .

'', tention, as wen-the fact that the mat held .both morning ,and evening Mr. Leltner's1 injuries.,while painful, '

_ ter will come before the next Florida services at the Methodist rtunately not at all serious, and We are not a' pessimist but those ; 1 Tim Card HoSOUT1MJOU.VJURSAD -. ,61 1 h IBect April 16, 19t .

_ 1 legislature:for final consideration,! church: On both occasions he-.deliver- Le is congratulating himself that he Maine 'figures do not look,-like mo- DOWN 4 NOt1t.OOU13-1rf) UP.j. .

_ and realizing the" asurance and Jntel- ed a very fine sermon.A rna I'- such a lucky escape. lasses candy to 'us. .. .. -_-.....

Agent and impartial treatment. this great number of,the*people, present ",-!, I. ;t'J" :".7)-- ,..t.-
; question, -s familiarity ,with the 'actual brought their dinner baskets with End of the Pumpkin Contest., H.. Thalgott, the. Dunnellon baker. uaJtl._ .it f ST.o.a. ... C g.zrv"'

conditions'existing'should be had them and spent the -day on the church The Clark Brothers proprietors of makes the best bread., pies and cakesto C e .m It 2Oom L...,.,,.,,.._..Jark'onvills..V ..\r 7'"i aa Mall '

by those; who>are. called upon 'toactVthe grounds.. the,O. K. Grocery, at the beginning of be had. Call on. .him *. x 7 OS.m!.:pm l1-wsm Jzsim .'o.gortbJMitonTfllt.-.v' "t'..(I....,.......-., 'A -L1" 1m- I f.aIIJ 11ii --
'm tter.'it has been decided b> Misses America,, nad Dixie Pillans the season gave out a quantity of ai.11' 'It Lila C\ to _.JJuUt'f, ,_ .. ..___" b a'1" s b creel
We print with pleasure the, lettter ! :.Iua" _._ _"r.'itl'AUI."_ __ __ 1 d ispia Nll
tnvitatio to and Porter Pillans.of seed and offered often -
this board to extend an Mr. Electra pumpkin a prize Or
o{ Captain F. A. Hendry in 'reply toa wasVV__ l";l1 aft 'L,
the senators and representatives in spent Sunday with Miss Nettie Lisk i dollars for the largest pumpkin 43pc.a llfoam J.y_<.-.<.,. r&atta--.A: I4+patS
: : land cabinet little item'that recently appeared. in ;pm Ar _MD.ateQ- _; ... L. C
"the ,
congress gQvernoi and Mr. Percy Lisk. brought to them and grown from the --Wam -
:- ; the Banner concerning, 'the drainage = -- L"_...._- ..iaA W&lOG .. __....\' 1 > psaV .-..
_ "' : legislators and state editors;, to 'take Mrs'; Claude, Nix is visiting her seed distributed by themr the contest Wpm>> 1232pm1240pm Lv... 1unaeliL':..:' :::::J. at 'T3014pm
: is one of the ----
'' >:, the trip from this city'Lake Okee- mother Mrs. Typings at Anthony, to close September 20. question. Capt. Hendry t 4 ,m ."..-..,,.. lwportt ._... 4 S3pat a 1sm -
_ oldest citizens 'of Lee county and has .. .' b J ., a fitpm ;tam
_ : chobee on the i&th of.September, Dr. B. F. Lisk was called to Cler- Those who expect to win this prize 111&pm r Daytona V-.,.<..,"r...L.,. aura I
acquired a reputation that fits him for 2013pm 1 Slpm "__.<_ I Ibrt Orsugo...,,.._,. __ w Eat
1806, mont Monday en professioual busi must ,have their pumpkins on exhibi- in Col. Bob Davis' gallery of"Florida's 10 atm; 2 Oopm Aa-- -.,,,, ?_hw .< a 1'p* 4 titer

A .formal !invitation Isextended to tion on or before next Thursday. a place 1l loam 444 pm .. .. .......Lake n.leD on.." .... I
c ness.Mrs. Noted Men, and any statement 11aam 4 65pm Art- Orant
CU b
'.of this party; arid Allen Gibson entertained the number of have already t!
you -to ,become on Quite a pumpkins made by'him'is unquestioned by U4--dm aWpm ._...OranR.QtyJancstoa--_, M If4 a b

: guest of the.board of trade, from your following young people very pleasantly been brought in but none will 10 Gpm l pm Ly.. Sew IID'nJ ?",...,.. ",, r OiPatIl
_ t; :arrival in Fort, Myers, on Monday, on Saturday evening: Misses; AmerIca be placed on exhibition until the date anyone acquaintance.who has We the hope pleasure'at', however his, 1l1Op(1J iJpmJr S 40pm 16pm Ar---.._.0 Tltnn,Jt Iltat1IV'. ... ....".,1... m i a _

_ '' .: Anight-: September 17, until the return and Dixie Pillans and Nettle Lisk named.; 1630pm ill5sm A.r a
thatthe draining of the everglades LvTT'; :: tt la+a
',.' "to Fort Myers, 'on' the evening of the and Messrs. John Rogers, Porter Pil Bring in your pumpkins.Dr. 1 315 : Lr : """""-= At / I
will turn'out better than did the Slam' .,.... ,..,
pm r apot
-* tans and Percy Lisk.Mr 12 sbiran .-.........,_,,,,,.ot 00L-- -- -.1.. I npl2 f
-- I1la:
19th.As D. M,Boney the specialist Meadows Land Improvement com U stain ....p m ..---r I. I20 1 i
It Is very necessary for the com <. Thomas Randall left Mondayfor eye t' R '. ..... r"M.inn Gatrlw .... b P m 4 3ra
'deft- has the best equipped suit of officesin pany. It was a dead failure. 1 U&m 4 ::t> m.. r I lei$7
..'.' mlttee of arrangements to know Palmetto where shp will visit her 15iam lOpm II _ae1boQrl1t., I ....

nItely how many 'to provide for we faster, Mrs. Owens. the state and the finest list of instruments Throughout the state, enthusiasm I 243Am Gam 6 600pm .r."""."".""". ""8L 8ebu.Q LncN.-" ,,,,,,,,,,k It tb b aim?ari 13 If Ors i
for giving relief to the eye 12pm --- ... V crort rterQt, ,,_,,,,_,,,,.- to 6cats 11 x
_ : would 'request,that you kindly inform The little son of Mr. and Mrs. B. regarding the fair is 'increasing, and Stoam 8S7ptn64ipm Of-_... Ib la l am Ii 1
3 loam ... =
i ': 'us'at_ your earliest convenience, by F. Rogers jr., has been very ill at that is bad. He riot only has patients f.hree.foUIths of the residents of ,340am a 4Gpm N-,. aanas".w i tkm tI t0daat

enclosed postpaid envelope whether the home of Cot B. F. Rogers, of from all over Florida but from adjoin 61am SS7pm r
> :f Florida are expected, to attend. Every 420am 7 s'1,0 04a
ing states. Why? Because those that m Hebl iow24,,. .... ,..,.. a 34a9 Ib
but Is
.-Ji' you .can accept or not. Lynne, now on the road.. to recovery man, woman and child in the ,440amft 15amS 740pmS15pm ?- W"Uupter.! .. I4a* VJ '
'- he does work for are his references.He "'"--.pout Palm a .
be favored with Baaea $ u'm
4 Hoping that me way state, snould attend the fair: and see 43am 841pm ? -.....1 Ii_ ... .-" I3CMSItJsa
remain. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Priest guarantees satisfaction or money bye slam a .. w *
your, presence.we spent the display of wonderful resources .48am 140pm "- -K_w._,.. a
'\ Very truly yours. Sunday with relatives ,in Grahamville. refunded.,. Remember, your, eyes are Florida has. I $iam 4iPIII II Tort Data Uo<
PH1LTJP ISAACS very delicate members: life would 1 O!yarn t r fpm ?... a&Uud&1. _.. 3 9a '

46m 10 _. ,._.1.1801& .,....,. Itpat .
Cr. ; 4Ssst
.: President' Board of Trade.L' BELLEVIEW NEWS. amount to litttle' without them. Can There are more mosquitoes in the a'Oaa J ZIOpm bY' vl&m1 .. '9 $
you afford to, trust them to traveling 10 LYI "-L .
everglades to the square Inch perhaps b.D1 Hi..m't "' .A tAr .. U %
NOTES FROM LAKE WEIS: Special correspor let.ce Ocala P. nner. spectacle sellers? Dr. Boney has two ban in any ctrl: r portion' of tnt

: Special correspondence Ocala Banner.Messrs Mrs J.,A. Sansbury of Panasoffkee, plomas and is a member of the globe, yet there has never been a Bnlft t l1&i.1r Parlor except CuI Snadq oa trains. 2t! and a 1 >ia t n ea tralaa II earl

-4 V ',> : John and Joseph Gott with Mrs., Bradler's daughter has pur. American Association of Opticians. case of 'yellow fever in that sect1 n. I'.23S&L

,i.* their families have moved into the chaffed the Abbott place .and is soon His offices are in the Gary building, Has this anything to do with the theory I1a21 .DaUI.. ,sell ...IR M.1! ;#d

; McCready house These gentlemen are to erect a fine dwelling there. Ocala, Fla. M4-tf that mosquitoes are yellow fever 1114 Dally .. num p,.?r aa.tasoteO eta.. -
Oa11I D&IIJ ..
J V In the wood business and are connected We are all glad to welcome Judge germ oearers? q' seas hi.OIIJJ Oath lta*, .-

_ :, '. with the' McGehee Lumber com Hopkins back. Mr. Robert Hampton. a prominent IMp US ItOp 9
10m. "
.',:,:';A,r,. pany. TheEpworth League held their farmer of Capulet,a few.Inil e580Uth ot -Iax Mendelowitz,- a merchant of 10'li8p 724 462 ale uo 208 lo LryTffit.. --,- dKIOGYHtUit.12&1ee.-12 I1035p # '

', Eo'S. after .being &1)- regular monthly business meeting and Ocala has some splendid of 243p10 .-BaWo _- Io--A'lt'' 4 -
: ," .. Mrs. Upham : ears corn Houston Tex* Is bringing suit against 1060pj T 129p 45 11I6 .ltia"tte alGa. t1U Is:. 3>>t t'" .
':,:t-f'-:' Sent during the: summer returned on social at the parsonage Tuesday ev-, on exhibition: at the. O. K. Grocery :Miss Helen Abrahamson for there- 119Pf I I 11 A r ,,,,., X ...,...r.. .00. t4a'U U : 3 v.

'*K: '. Saturday via;.Seaboard Air Line rail- ening. After,the business session a store a sample of four hundred or turn of presents given.her when their PFltl : L'. 1CCIIm STEAISi AT IL\IL:< '
:..'* way; -Mrs.,. Upham' was accompanied short program was enjoyed.. more bushels! which he grew this hearts beat as one; as their heart .

-- : J.';"> home by Master Miller; ofSt,, Augus ECHO. year. Mr. Hampton is a Confederate brobs,are now out of step.:he wants done couectioa IIa4eI wf a'Stt..i\1ft .. at .. t 0. So So Ct.,. .'

.r _' ;," tine: -. "\ veteran and a good farmer. them, ,back., The complainant claims,

-,-;, '; ReV, Dr. 'Jones has returned from Card:of Thanks.' that be only wants the court to seta Havana and Key West ,
Lynne Fla. Sept. 1& 1906. Judge Florence J.Titcomb. of Rockwell .
".f. ; hi northern trip. --
precedent as. many are. Interested b Two ;
.'': Mr. -S.. D,, Carter has had' another: Editor, Celt Banner; was in Ocala Thursday.. He'has the. decision-- Sailings Each Wtce
i 'Please, allow us space la valuable the distinction of being Tim DkcMrp
) your the
a: -'b&d't", ," youngestsurviving ,PM'.ten at _'18iit1. He TrUshf :: V. V'
:-,\ < :We, are glad, to velcome'Mrs,_.Allan, paper to thank our many friends. soldier of the Confederacy, .Back of, "vagrancy laws" Is the desire : ''ft.tIm.'fahlet
'" who. -has arrtredat 'her new- home; and neighbors for their kind, help and is, procuring the, necessary docu-- for enslavement ltoIa 11 tl1. ..q kttht ttStI&& WIIN..,Dgr.....ioarrtnata=fDOl
: : &rntal or aoI T(
> WlCoatGj ka>be M a1t....1\.1" e .,.
heM ..
: and sympathy ia.our meats to prove It. He has held a o ... -
Mr.-Allan, having;preceded her sometime 57:WIftiU"\\i.abearMs3 -!
Jt: : ,,ago;' '. men :in: the loss of;our dear boy, Al.tort responsible position with';the Dunn > Hon,Frank Atoms-says tbit-hp will For, co,7'of tile LOCAL: TlMI CA. eC sett IIIt .
The. stove business, is .now ens, last week., lloa,,Phosphate. Cot, 'for: the past ser- not be a ;candidate for foveraor.;There. SEE THE i
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HAPPENINGS ABOUT'TOWN. Mr. A. G. Meeker, of 'Homdsassa, :THE WEDDING OF MR. HARRISON [ MEETING OF BOARD OF TRADE. be done under the supervision of the --POCAHONTAS .

was visiting in Ocala Saturday.Mr AND MISS WATT. I city council and may be done by con -

: MISS SARA ELIZABETH' HARRIS. r I From last Fridays, dally.'f tract or otherwise In the descret Lou Romantic Drama Founded M the Uft

;, Local Edlt r. C. .1. Grace, who is now with On the evening of Tuesday the i ; The board of trade met in the council of the city council and a plat of the of The Beautiful' Indian Princess ::
the Crosby & Co., lumber mill at chambers afternoon
fourth of September in St George'sEpiscopal yesterday at survey and numbering shall be filed 5
Martin, was ,transacting business in o'clock. In the absence of the Special Correspondence Ocala Baaatr
church ff.OUT
at Griffin. Ga. Revi
:: Mr. :.and Mrs. T. B. .Griggs and In the office of the city clerk who
children represented Connor In Ocala Ocala Saturday. George Hendree Harrison, of this president and vice-president Mr. W ..shall designate number of buildingsto Norfolk, Ya. September 7. 1- .

City and Miss Ethel Watt of Griffin, J Cnambers was called ,to the chair. of "Pocaho&tas/ the utm! of a u.
Friday Mrs. L. C. Mobley and little son of owner property on application.
; united In and the following members respon. romautle drama written by (tors. !
were marriage by P.ev. F. Sec/
Mr.. W. Jf Edwards returned home Norman Park, Ga.. are In Ocala on ; 4. Even numbers of buildings
.' H. R. Carroll. E.- E. Robinson vtlerlfk VI.tL of Norfolk bleb
F. Reese of Nashville Tenn. in ded' ,
: Saturday from 'a business 'visit ,to a" visit to Mrs. Mobley's parents, Mr. ,, an : shall be on north side and east tide
Braldentown. and Mrs. Jno: E. Bailey. timate friend of the groom. The.mar. G. 9. Crom..R. L. Martin. A. Rawls, on streets running north and south is shortly to b* produceed throughout '

,. riage was solemnized at six o'cloCkIn E. M. ''Howard, Z..'C Chambliss, F, E. bers of buildings shall be on south and 4h. country after which It will utile

Harris, T. H. Harris, L. J. Brumby, dovu at the Jamestown EipoJtloa, 'e
ue of a large assemblage
Among the Marion countyltes In Miss Irma Goodyear, of this city, west side of streets and avenues.
of friends. G. L. Taylor and Mrt Maloney which is to be held! Just outside of
the city on ,Saturday was Mr. W.. J. I will be one of the teachers at the Not more than fifty numbers shall
The minutes and Norfolk Va. sext ywfAt the
were .read ,
; Crosby, of Cltra. Dunnellon public school this year as The church' was lavishly decorated approved be designated: to any one side of a
,' exposition the nsw 4rama..IU be
will also Miss Blanche Hall of Gaudier anJ was a picture of loveliness with block.

Dr. H. G.. Spooner caine up from formerly a teacher In. the Ocala I its palms, flowers and myriads of Mr. R., L. Martin, who was appointed Sec. .5. The basing street for com- produced la a most elaborate manner

Stanton Saturday and. went on to his public school Mlsss Cora Ross, of lighted candles. a committee of one to meet with mencment .of' numbering of buildings and It U based on a story of which .
Postmaster Crom Surveyor Moore- the world never Urea aDd It H *.... -
home in Boston where he will spend :
Gaiter .is the principal of the Dunn ,'the ushers were Mr. Z. D. Harrison, on streets runing'north and south : S
time. head, City Attorney T. E. Big sg to prove a lasting attraction.
some shall be Ocklawaha ant the
school. Avenue.
jr.. and Mr. Searcy, jr., of Atlanta.
and Mr. L. J., Brumby Who is street The scenery for the play will t*
basing for
commeacment of
Miss Smith the
Opal maid-of-
T Miss Anete'Gist, of Mcintosh the specially painted the artUl
f' S aring a directory of the city, ast' visiting
Judge De Muro of Inverness Citrus hone She numbering of buildings on street running -
r. wore a beautiful of
., attractive daughter of Mr. W. Mv. Gist, gown ) the advisability of renaming the Jamestown to eesre sketch of tilt fi
county, issued a marriage license Fri. white mull and lace and carried bride east and west shall be Magnolia
: spent Friday and Saturday with ', streets and renumbering the houses, original scene The costumes will
day to Mr..Frank E. Bryson,.of Starke, rosss._ :s street. ..
friends in the city. the be historically correct la "MA-
made following report: every
and Miss Alice Meeker, of Homosas- The bride, who is a blonde of ex. One hundred numbers shall be al.!
Ocala, Fia Sept. 6, 1906. list detail and wilt b* very gergovg
co Mr. Will lloe, of Fellowship: who sa. Miss Meeker is well known in ptJcual beauty and style, wore an lowed between streets whether that
To the Board of Trade of the City of after the manner of the period.
has the reputation of beiug one of Ocala and her friends extend best exquisite town of white chiffon cloth many numbers'are required to fill!
The has mad
I Ocala.Gentlemen. playwright a daring
the test farms in thai, section was wishes and congratulation to, thegroom. I with elaborate h dwork. The waist'was block of not-fifty even numbers for Innovation In the introduction ot the

visiting in ()rssa Sat'irdij. tria>med with roond point lacemedallUmaand :- north or east sides of streets and fifty -
Your ,committee appointed to con- character of Shakespeare ca tbo
odd numbers for
tiny ruffles of chiffon south or west side
: : fer with the city attorney and streetcomrjttee I stage Th* Bard of Avon appears la .
Miss M. Byrd Wartmann of Cltra, Mr. M. Atkinson, of Fellowship, wasa and her v' il was caught to her hair of. streets.
of city council G. C. Crom, tie' first trial fry Jury on 4mtriran
who' has beeo..spending'slx: weeks, in Commencing at basing street.
prominent visitor to this city'Saturday with a spray of orange blossoms. She number
he wishes God the
speed to colonists -
postmaster, James Moorehead and L.
the mountains of North Carolina and incidentally remarked that departed from the. usual custom of of building shall begin with one.
Asheville J. Brumby, and draw up an ordinanceto u they debark from BUckveU Eoi-
near has returned home. Ocala ought to get busy and get the ba\h.i; a wedding bouquet and carrieda After crossing the next fttrwt number
land, to plant toe firtl ptrmutc' -
be submitted to city council for
Standard railroad into Ocala. This white :fvory' prayer book from which shall begin with one hundred; after
: Mrs. Henry Gordon and' interesting changing names of streets, city of Engliih-speakinf colony 09 A *rtcta
the service of h'er father croossing the next street num' ,r-
road belongs to the Clark, Ray Johnson marriage .
; : little daughterLave been visiting in Ocala, and re-uumbering huil.liiigs, lOlL
company and connects with the atd mother was read and her, own in? shall begin with two hundred and
Dunuelion this week. the guests of after having several conferences with The play contain suck episode u
4 C.! &: G. Mr. Atkinson says that ev- beautiful l ceremony "was"' read from continue to city limits, allowing one
Mrs. M. A. Hargroves..-Dunnellon the parties named, the ordinance the quarrel between RateU!., oat of
hundred numbers for each block.
everybody living"o nt 'hisline of the this same book.
the conspirator, and Captain Jolta -
: Advocate. herewith attached. has been agreed
road between Ocala and Standard The bride! entered the church witl Sec: C. Within thirty days after the Smith and the trial of Kendall for
upon; which Is repsectfdlly submitted
Mrs. Ervine, of this cit.v, spent will cheerfully give the road a rightof her mother .Mrs. Henry Stevenson : survey and filing of plat with the treason and his atence.of d atk.
i ior lderaUIIl.
your Cf.n
Friday at Uve Oak and from there way. It will be well for the Ocala Watt, who gave her' away.The groom -?, Respectfully: city clerk asv provided for in Sec. 3, The suing of the lift of Captain S

: went to Suwannee Springs, where she board (Jf. trade to take up Mr. Atkin and his best ;mari. Mr Wllilanf Burke R. L. MARTIN, all owners of buildings are required John Smith b? Poeahoata ta the 3rd .

will spend a short while'with her son's -iiisgeitlon. Brocchus of Broxton, Mass, met the Committee- on Board of Trade. to post consipcuously over the en act Is a thrilling piece) of realism n4 -
bride at the chancel James ,; trance*to their building the number,
friend Mrs. Dr. Brown. .Mrs; .
; the scene at the court of King Jam** ,
Stewart presided at the .{) and (figures not less than two inches
: Where Our Young People Will rgan In the next act when Pocaho&tas Is _
Mrs. Thomas Sexton and children Study This Year. rendered a specially arranged musical ,. ORDINANCE.. ,. I long), 'designated by the survey and presented to his mj fiy U said to _
: I and her neice. Miss Ethel,Hood, who S Providing for the re-naming of the plat
Quite a number of the boys and program. .be of passing beauty.
I? have been spending" .the summer withj girls of this city will attend school Immediately after the ceremony a .streets and avenues of the city oi Sec. 7. Any owner of a building falling : 1 Another beautiful tnd htter *ti&g -

relatives at Floral City, Fellowship O ala and requiring tho re-numbering to comply with Section 6, shall
'' away from Ocala this year. Several large reception was held at the homeof I scene Is the crowning of Povtataa, -
and Man el, have returned bome.I have already gone to take up their the bride's mother. It was largely of the Duildings all of said streets cpon conviction be fined not less than the proud 'father of Poeabontaa, who

%' attended brilliant and a\enues and to provide a penalty one dollar and cost, nor more than
and af-
studies and a number of others will was a very, declined to kneel declaring that he T
: Jft' Mr. Otto Bockhousev of Citr; nelle, '
for failure 'so to do.
ten dollars and cost, or Imprisonmentnot
fair.An elegant characterized
week. simplicity -
i depart during the coming would "kneel to no man tot ma to
tile business
Friday on
in city
was ordained by the city council
than ten days.
- Vacation days are now over and,the the appointments of both the 1 -
a king
: He has for: the past year been connected of the of Ocala. '
city Sec. 8. All ordinances or parts of
will settle down In wedding and tne'reception.. Many
young people .soon, The play ends with the arritil of S
the Dunnellon PhosphateCompany's
with Sec. 1. The streets and avenues of ordinances in confilet'with the -
beautiful and elegant provisons
earnest for the winter. presents were
the cargo of maids who cams from
t :, shipping department at !. The Ocala public 8'hoot'w1ll open received,by this popular young couple.Mr. the city' of, Ocala, throughout their entire of this ordinance are hereby England to be the wives of the colonists .

Inglis. early In October and it b expectedthat and Mrs. Harrison left at eight length, from city limit to city repealed; and the price set for tub _

o'clock the southbound for the limit shall! be known ,by the names ':This ,report is printed at the request -
Mayor McConathy is back 'fromGra'son' the enrollment will be. larger over maid being let at 120 pound of to- _

Springs, Ky., where he ha!? than ever this year. mountains of north Georgia to, spend Hereinafter. designated, viz; of the board of trade and it L bacco. The finale take the form of _

r \ p been for severa\'-weeks, Mrs. McCon :MISs! Jennie iun, 'who has been i a. couple of weeks after which TaO street running east and westanng hoped if there are any' objections to a magnificent bAllet, its them covering : ;

athy will not return until the latter one of the teachers for the past two they will spend a fortnight with :the north side of court house the ,ordinance proposed .that these objections a space of three centuries and -

part 'of October or the early part of years at the kindergarten school, will the groom's parents Mt. and Mrs.Z. square shall be named Ocklawaha bemade known to the com typifying scenes of the TtBifata

' ,. November. teach a small private school this D. Harrison, at their beautiful suburban A\euiie; and the street lying north of n-.ittee5 before u.e next meeting of the and twentieth centuries :

wht r. There will not be a 'kindergarten home, "Fernbank," near Atlanta 1 Ocklitwaha Avenue and parallel withIt city council as in the absence of'' Mr. Vlett. the author has izUrodue- -

; : Mrs. Walter Armstrong, of Uve Oak school this winter. v I ,sln be named consecutively as objections the adoption of the ordinance ed three distinct fe&turt Into bit .

.- who,has been visiting her sister, ,Mrs. Miss Eugenie Fuller will continue A large party, from. Atlanta' "attended.. fol1'.n.' : viz: Washington.- : Adams Jef-, will be urged.A play the Introduction of Shakespeare,

t ? Walter Bishop, in this' city for a few her studies at Agnes Scott, at Do- the marriage and" a number of out- Mon Madison, Munroe, Jackson, committee consisting of G. C. the first trial by njy oo American

: days, has returned, home. She was catur, Ga, near Atlanta. Norton of-town guests were present from Van.-Buren. Harrison Tyler, Polk, Crom, T. H. Harris and C. L. Bit- soil and the Ant marriage of white

; accompanied by Mrs. Bishop and Davis will again: attend the Donald other places. Taylor, Filmore, Pierce, Buchanan, tinger:was appointed to meet with the persons oa toll continent na!& ,ly tat

children. Fraser school for boys at Decatur, Ga. Mr. Harrison is the, popular rector Lincoln and Johnson streets. officials of the Atlantic Coast Line ceremony whereby John Laydoa and

ot Grace Episcopal 'church 'in this The street running east and west railway 'and 'urge that Ocala be madea v -1
Mala Haughton has already returned : Anne Banns were mad one ia tht
: L Mr: J. C. Thompson, editor of the to College 'Park near Atlanta city and during -hiS year's residence f along south side of court house sqaure "lay over pdint" as It Is midway be- rude but picturesque church at :

Dunnellon Advocate was a visitor to I where he.Is. a student at the Georgia here has won many friends, who will shall be named Broadway, and the tween' Jacksonville and St. \Petersburg -Jamestown Iilaad.
Ocala Saturday; He was here forthe streets south of Broadway and these two
parallel between
with Military Academy. extend a cordial welcome toMrsl: : and the run It i* proposed to Introduce real Indians '-

;; ''purpose of buying a, gas engine Mlstes Alta Pearson, Utia.Mc, Harrison. Both the bride and ,groom with it shall be named consecutively places (two hundred and ,seventy-five Into the play for the group '

.- which to run his new power' press Dougald. and Beulah Hall will attend are members of,two: ot >-e most prom as follows, viz: Fort King Avenue miles). Is too long a distance for a part and war dance and for this

; that be has recently installed! in his Brenati at Gainesville Ga. inent families ln Georgia.Mr. Second, Third Fourth, Fifth single run. purpose the secretary of the Interior

office, Misses Emma Nelson Beth Liddell, and, Mrs. Harrison will arrivein Sixth, Seventh, Eighth. Ninth Tenth. Mr. Crom. 'notified. the board of trade will be appealed to la order to secure

been Bessie 'McKay Jean Austin and Pita Ocala the first week in October Eleventh Twelfth, Thirteenth and that he had seen the railway ocIalabout the red men from the government
j who has ,
Miss Nellie Hooper ,
i ; Taylor will attend Washington Semi and will be at home to their friendsat Fourteenth streets. getting reduced rates to Ocalaon reservation. =i
: teaching a summer .school in Suwannee The street running north and of October the
the Ocklawaha the seventeenth ,
nary at .Atlanta. Miss Annie Sharpe, rectory on ave It is announced that" Poe&bODtau"w111
county, la in Os ala, the guest of side of court house of the
; south along west set for the laying
of this city, will be the head lady nue. date apart hare it* Initial ptrforatacf at
r her sister, }Mrs. J. R. Moorhead. She teacher of that institution. square. shall, be named Magnolia corner' stone court house: ao early date. -.

;: will :remaln here for a few weeb and the streets lying west 'of of Masons has -- :
: : Sam Barco 'is attending the Bingham Mr. H. H. Buckttian Weds. street, that the grand lodge ---4-- :-;
i; and; will then go to Jacksonville Magnolia street and parallel with it also taken the matter with every
up -
Military School at Ashevilie N. Mr. Harry H. Packman and Miss .' The Band Concert
where she will teach school this 1 shall 'be named consecutively as follows of success. the -
C. Katharine Pillsbury Jacksonville, prospect rhe citizens are certainly due :

:: winter. Lrul\? and Charlie Chazal will 're- were married at six ,o'clock Thursday viz: Orange, Lime, Pond, Pine, On motion of Mr. L. J. Brumby the Ocala band three cheer and a vott I;

of turn to 'Maryland, where they have afternoon ic Philadelphia.MrBuckman Cedar, Palmetto, Vine Chesnut, Bay, secretary was directed to write to the |of thanks for the lovely music they :

; ; A .1011hguse party young at pea been.attending. school for several is one ot Jacksonville Oak. (Laurel, Cherry, Maple, Beach A. C. L. officials protesting against are now givng| us. The concert FrI- -
week Day.
who' the past
pie, spent
:Battle Dye years.. most popular lawyers sud Is senatcrelect1 and Walnut streets. the proposed new service between day night was largely! attended by
: 0. included Miss .
: ton : Weathers, of this '. Mills Sara; Frank" will :'attend Wesleyan from that district- He has rei- The street running north and south Ocala and Tampa. If the schedulesare our most representative propl'! and
and lhs Esther -
:i Miases Mable and Edith l Female College at Macoo. Ua. Ir tntei) Puval county {n the legisla along; east side of court house square to be changed at, all Ocala wants the music was thoroughly enjoyed.Mr. .

Miy and shall ,be named Main street, and the them so arranged that they will bring led the- band la
enjoyed William Cunard haa gone .to Atlanta lure for several terms, and is ike a:' W. A. Gardner
: Tay'or, of Cincinnati visit, They with friends to enter the Georgia Tech. thor of the famous "Buckman bill." streets lying' east of Main street and people and trade to Ocala and notbegiile his usual able manner and all of the -:

a most delightful and Miss Miss Sallie Camp will attend school Miss Pillsbury waa ,stenographer, parallel with it, shall be named con 1 them away from her. excellent selection were well render -S
In that Miss Dye
r city in few arain. this ,winter !Jn Baltimore .and having been employed 'for the past secutively, as follows, viz: Osceola The names of the Clark Brothers,
-' ., Wtsuhers mil go to Chicago a Hollins Seminole, Watnl'a, Alvarez, Tuscawilla proprietors of the' 0. K. Grocery, ed.The I Is the Infull
days to spend several weeks with Mrs. Miss \.Leta ,Camp' will five years in the office of the. United following .program -
< S echz, Clark, Winona. Gold named for membership ,and were
Va, to 'schooLDonald States Marshal. F. Horr. MIstPIlls.; ;; I 1 were : -

; Iirry Hiss. .. Schreiber will attend the bury resigned her position a :short .Earlillazel, (formerly Fox lane/High duly elected. March "My Own U. s.--Edward.

Prof. E. L. C wden has arrived here Staunton Military Institute at Staun while ago to go north for the benefitof and Newberry streets (Singing; ; chorus.) :

from Petersburg,. *T.enn., and,' &wIlI ton Va. and his friends, are' expect.. her health She Is well known In Sec. 2. Signs, giving names of all Pensacola Philosophy Waltz. "ZeaoVOverture

.take charge ,of our high, school '"next lug" ) that he will give a good accountof Ocala, having been here with the streets and avenues shall be purchas- Water never goes backward-that "Cracker J'& *Jda1I1.. -

Monday. Mr. Cowten is an educa himself. court ofc1al3 for several, ,years,,at 'the, ell ,and posted 'at Inter-section of allstreets' is reserved. for man, the lord S of crea S olUsch "MafGolia-. HOWS. ;

:: tor of high standing and gentleman to Miss Marguerite Porter will attend I circuit court sessions. :: and avenues; two signs for tlon. Cornet Duet, "Grand Fantasia Bo

the manor born, is one of .the beatS the{Baptist .Fefuale College at Tusca- : I cacti/street, at each intersection.The Were all men wise, lovely' women lero" R. B.. Hall. By Ueasr Tack. -

families' of middle! Tennessee.' and iodsa, Ala. C. W. Park Dramatic Clmpany. 1I I 1 names of streets and avenues would still be otherwise. er and Gsrdncr. :-

.our people are fortunate in securing Most of these young people will return The people of our city' will be glad shall....;.be in plain four-inch Gothic letters People who never stick to anything Medley, National Airs With Bugle -

,his services. We may reasonably to'Oeala for the Christmas hoW to 'leant that the I'ark Dramatic Co., '- ri, board five. by'eighteen inches, generally get stuck. CallsSelected.The .

will Ihelr whit? back ground and black ktters.Thejjur : cornet duet by Mr. Gardner aad
: look for one of the best schools ever day again present high-class at. get close to nature -
.. ... hase and posting of these may' Tucker, the "'OlUdF
: < traction's here for whole week beginning Mr. W&tterson
assistant a
has able -
taught here for he : > ," but that is no reason why be
and their hearts are in the -work,- The Re- athlngof the Streets.. 'MondaySept \1.. >.. -, signs'shall fce done under"the supervision himself should be close. ntasla Bolero," wa very beautiful .

: .Inverness"" .Chronicle To .the Editor Ocala Ba m r.. This show is one of the best and ;of the street committee who and they r et'ed'err hearty ap-
y I. with lowe tlnterest the are hereby authorized have it done When a: girl sighs it may only be nla.mtt at.. Its conclusion. -.
'S tread pro- Cleanest of its. .kind. that.. lias. ever, ,---' '
r -- i- contract ox: otherwise in the des- over the size of her: shoes. There will probably be several mo,.
the flatly been by : _
S .,A letter received at this'office from post-d ordinance printed in ,to Ocala* Those who attended # although
Banner of Friday changing the names before while f' :
: Miss Mary B. ApperSon, ofAMt*; Sterl- ; '" .... : ... *- S '- of them get off .their base once
jug, Ky., in. renewing her subscription of 'our?street*. .: bear us ont lit" the" statement" Among ..Sec.. .. 3. Each. 'block along streets in most Awhile."Going coming winter.

: to the, bcala Banner, says that I would. suggest that the streets. the plars'iQ bo'presented ,during:the shaUj be surveyed for designation of" a often equivalent I _
into Back.
.5- they greatly enjoyed the. 'isItsof 'this I innulns ,es$ .and west"bm called, avenues week are Tenfesaee's.: ,Partner,. [Dora numbers...... "of buildngs.. ,:- in the, bvsinss. to going broke. This is an Utmt alIment with which '-_ _

""paper"as" it' keeps ;them closely ;ln and<-those*running 4 north' 'and Thbrne. unit i' Two' Flags. Wedded part" /: of the city not more than fifteen are not apt to find Chamberlain's Pain Balm ha* pronG 2

'S -t'' touch: with their Ocala friends Miss -juthf st.rre! :I would alto &tig est I and Farte4 J "Vorio; eni. Lights Why ?eet|shall be included in .one number, Hard drinkers- especially: valuable. In almost every k

IS ,;'. 1. .Apperson': '.mother improved la that the ,streets; south ot the public' Women' siD.::'The'\u': Klux, and. ;cany. and;1n' the residence part of the city, life "hard also. of woman Distance, It afford prompt and pers&a -- _-
: chatter a of
emptey Luke LaGra>.
!i named in honor of the othersfr .: } .than/twenty feet shall fceincluded.ta \. The neat relief. Mr
health and their in this square be : jiPrice's (| r.ore ; -
4 : 4:; manv-frfends! .- 'Is still more Interesting to the Orange, Mich, sayr of It: After u*-
4" :,: City, hope. to i haTej a\ !jslt ,from them founders I V 'aad- 'early?-* \pioneerS 9 -* %of* "fthet S1 ; fchldrea 23
:Curing the!coming winter! LastuWlai'ik ; cltfto-wit- :! Bullpckl! avenueGary 35.. "c: nts. ,t$ .trdepoL --<'"iit. toj paratej, and $stairways! average of the Delphic oracle' could weeksferImSbCk.IPUh&1&bottle .
. : ;: r'wa ?thfihtyeW'ttiAt they'*had! kv inie.. Martin avenueReardon' aveneu extra.. < ,shall have leastOl1e_ number of ChamberJln' Pals Da1m.II -

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<' Mr Bryan's repudiation of the Illinois
.I: NEWS AND VIEWS OF : .indorsement was a bold and,manly ; ;w There- is real pleasure)' in chewing'the 1eSt totjacco(:grown r "'r

act. where the best tobacco grows--in the famous Piedmont

He made a fight against Roger C. .country f 1. :
i Sullivan, the'democratic national com--

mitteeman from Illinois, at the St. _
convention : had CHEW
....-........ ......11..NNNvM.e..ei!!.H,Ne Louis in 1904. He appealed -
to his friends to make another

', Frank and Honest plan of running centralized ,railroads. fight against Sullivan in the state convention Only chOIce selections of this well matured snd thoroughly -

It Is being declared by much,of the Orlando Star-Reporter. this year. He had said that r 'f"3'_ ; Cured tobacco IS' used is making 3NAPPS.

press that It was.jery :unwise for. Mr. -- -.. he did not wish to be indorsed for. That's'wby SCHNAPPS and ether of the Reynclds ::

: Bryan to have ',uttered his. belief in BUILDING A' POLITICAL MACHINE. president by the Illinois democrats if br2.Ilds, 2S shown by the Intend Revenue ctststic:

the government ownership of railroads. When Mr, Tlllman introduced the Sullivan' controlled the convention. } a=. a for a fiscal year,made tit wor rfcl irD\rt.1 of sar

t In his speech Madison Square Gar- state dispensary system in South Carolina When the convention met it was and one.qu:1 t:r Jni1ion poun i"'aj"' t g cfone.third ;i;, ?

: dan Thursday night Why? If, he he builded a mighty political found that Sullivan was in control ;' *S1 s of the entire created sumpticn :

!. holds the belief! ,.it was honest and machine which has perpetuated him His adherents by a vote of nearly of chewing and smckirtg,jS fu tits ;, ,'

,right for him to express it He was in office enabled him to reward his ) United States. .
two to one, tabled a resolution demanding -Cie ::' ;;
standing before the American peopleat friends and punish those opposed to i
Ms retirement from the national -
the moment when every word, he him and there were loopholes left I committee. Then: with a cynical -

uttered had a,special.,significance. For watch, if all reports be true have enabled hypocracy that has probably never acre tleaf' \ \ feii
him to omit deliverance e upon, any
a dispensers and purchasing
been surpassed in American politics, : :
girayfhe .
cardinal point or: principle would ,not agents to practice-graft and build up .they adopted a fulsome resolution indorsing taha'n;'ihafio ns.r .<
be treating the,people with the frank great private fortunes. The statedispensary P .e
t Mr. Bryan as a candidate for + sl )-lL 4 Evidently, chewers cannct resist the
ness which has always been characteristic has fallen into ill favor in 31 /
TO.bd000 b8 t
< president.Mr. ; flavor and they cheer SCHNAPPS b:.
of the man: and upon which is South Carolina after a full and
_ I : Bryan has now repuldated, that u cause' SCHNAPPS cheers them
S more
based much, of the popular regard for plete test of it sworklngs, and it is Indorsement. In his speech before than any other chewing tobacco :ind
him. The solution of the very important about
now to be reoudlated.
the between the Jefferson! Chicago he ;7; :, every man that.chews SCHNAPPS, p2.S3es.w: .'ir :
of relations
r probelms Some years ago Napoleon! Brow stated plainly and emphatically Ms ?. good thing along-one cbewvr: : ether chew.

the people and the' 'railroads, is ard now governor of Florida earnestly reasons for not desiring either poll en-until the fact is now established that there -L). t J
near at hand the Issue is a live one labored witn others '
to fasten this are many more chewers and pounds of tobacco '
tical favors or political honors from ; .>
and the,solution offered by Mr. Bryan iniquitous system upon Florida. Sentiment the hands of such men as Roger C. ; a:'i 41 chewed to the population, in those States'where &&&& & r- '

may come to the: front at'any time was too strong against it and SCHNAPPS tobacco was first sold than there are in
Sullivan. "He is a high official in a
within the next two years.. It,was in i it failed. franchise-holding corporation which is y ;,r ; the States where SCHNAPPS. bunot'et. been cffcrsd i ; err
to the trade.
his eyes, Important and proper that. Now this same man with all the constantly seeking favors at the handsof

'' the public abould'kno ;.exactly what i powerful machinery of the state ad .
the said Mr.
government., Bryan. AND KNOW WHAT YOU
they ,might expect from him in the I ministration .back. of him has takena He is familiar with all the methods CHEWING

event of his,nomination and'election.. new tack and is
just as earnestly employed by such corporations to ,y SCHNAPPS ia like a cup of,fine Java coffee, sweetened
It might have been "wise" for him to laboring along new lines to build t-4Q 'v just enough to bring its "''
up gain from local and state govern- ; .Y 1 r: out natural,stimulating qualities. ''t'i', Ms's
i i have concealed:his sentiments on this that political machine he seems ments sepcial favors and privileges. a. ''4 SCHNAPPS pleases all classes of chewers: the rich, because j +h sr:

particular point, but it, would have so anxious to fasten upon Florida. 'YPW they do not find a chew that really pleases them better hJ ? ; ''.stir!
I hold, that no man who is officially he'
at price the because it is
been dishonest according to his view This time he delved r any ; poor more economical than
deeper-or others connected with a corporation that is R r the larger lOc.or ISc. plugs and they get their money's worth
_ fI o! what Is fair and,honorable in polltlof. did for him-and incubated a scheme seeking privileges ought to act as a ,;,4 <, of the rfal snappy stimulating flavor so appreciated by tobacco ?! j ,:; 4

Tampa Times. ..A* .v> fTvU<*i> to the public mind as member of a political organization, lovers. AU imitations contain muchmore sweetening than -

-' the liquor traffic. because he cannot represent his corporatlon r r SCHNAPPS.cured..: They are made that way to hide'pocr tobacco improperly .
What Said. The .J "w
Bryan Really adoption that drainage'amend. and the people at the same
Mr. Bryan's frank avowel in his ment to the state constitution would time. And what I say like For SCHNAPPS.Sold the man who. chews tobacco for tobacco's sake,there is no chew

t Madison Square speech that in his give a machine just as powerful as of him I say of aspirants for positions -
opinion the ultimate ownership of the would Btate;control of the liquor traf in the party organization in at SOc. per pound in 5c. cuts. Strictly; lOc. and ISc. plugs.

railroads by the government would be fic. It would leave just as many loop- other states.:' R. .J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wlnstefi-S&ffl, N. C.

the only relief for abuses< practiced holes for graft as would the dispensary Mr Bryan is unquestionably rightin

by the roads has participated a mighty and so sure does the governor the moral principle that he has ,
discussion throughout! the country. feel that he has -
deceived enough of enunciated.-New' York World.
Many democrats think that it :was an the electors of the, state to Insure thecarriage

unwise and impolitic declaration and of that ,amendment that his BRYAN IN LOUISVILLE. T. Needham

that Mr.Bryan was jeriously impairinghis friends-those who are to form the .

prospects for the presidency by machine-are already making up their Watterson Will reslde-Carmack r'

it There is much, misapprehension n slate for governor and other state officials Will Speak-Great Day I Is Antic-! -

as to what he really"said,on the'subject 'In 1908. and planning just how pated. ) : .
and we give below a 'stenographic they are going to run the thing. '

report of ,his precise words taken The chauffeur of, this proposed machine Sped to the Ocala Banner: ? .

from the New York Times,.which has, by building air castles so ,Louisville Ky. Sept. 8.-Of, the .

shows him to be anything but the bla- poisoned the mind of the governor three distinguished southerners whom sure

tant radical on'this issue he has been that now practicing ,the petty the executive committee of the Bryan cure, fot }

charged to be. He does not: seek to tricks of' the demagogue and appealing southern reception have invited to t:0: and J:+11 1i5.1. I

commit the democratic. party to gov to the 'prejudices of the people make speeches with Mr. Bryan at .1e!" iataral "

ernmentownership and speaks of it with ,the cry of "corporation trying to the armory in Louisville next Wednesday Li t

;. only! as a possibility at some indefinite take the people's land." night Senator E. W. Carmack

time'in the,future.. Aid undoubtedly But why should be single out the of Tennessee, and Henry Watterson

it is;, although it Is out of theque.Umi' one railroad in :the state that has have.accepted. The third speaker to
_ be invitd is one of the most distinguished
now and even in the near never received any lands from the
future-Live Oak Democrat 'state, as the target for his tirades of the nation's public men PEL LCTS "t

Can it be possible that he is clay living in the south but up to last

Disagreement of Williams and Bryan.If tug the"game that has been played night commltttee had been unable to **> '

it, istrue, as stated; that John in Florida by. other demagogues that to reach him. Senator Carmack and clean pM .,.2 '

_ Sharpe Williams and W. .J., Bryan of ,working in the interests of one or Mr. Watterson both notified John W. body, Ji
Vreland chairman of the yi
disagreed about,Bryan's, governorment more of the railroads 1, while crying commitUee
,railroad ownership scheme and that down all railroads? that they would) be pleased to,assistin the

: Williams "warned Bryan agalastpush: The 'Times' nion would not for the big reception planned by the I ,;

_j lag that subject so far'in the foreground worlds do the governor an Injustice south for Mr. Bryan. It is confidently

as to make it 'an issue" it but this campaign of his is beginningto believed that as soon as the third d Y "

,shows that other men who go:abroad have quite a suspicious flavor.TimesUnion. .- speaker can be reached he also will I J t. ;# i

_ do not readily fall into the European signify his willingness to appear.
9 Mr. Watterson will preside over the

_ .them
: Introducing Mr. Bryan.
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'. GREAT ROAD PROJECT NOW UN short route to the most delightful \ Z

'PER ,CONSIDERATION. N. spot, in- the interior of Florida. Living In Florida I Is .Pleasant I :

The' example' set by these enterPrising Last winter and spring Sanford

citizens s!,.I>ped 123,950 crates of _
from celery
the interior of and
A Splendid Highway to B. Built in ldI ,
the state should find emulation In 60,163 of lettuce, for the first named

_ Interior of Floc di. JacksonVIlle, St. Augustine: and Fer- realizing 217042.50: and for lettuce .

The Orlando -Reporter says there nandin which should be connected $90,244.50, ,a total of 4307267 in a I l

was a meeting in Orlando last Monday ." by a fine-*highway. It would be community of not over 8,000 inhabit r[ 1'
of'incalculable''benefit to these towns.A tants. And yet while thousands of
I by a trio of gentlemen who interested iii road from Jacksonville to Pablo acres of just,such land scattered over t
a very important project
Beach too is most the state Broward and his crowd desire
_ for the Interior' of tne state and necessary. Let us
at great Interest to Orlando in particu dQ something on this Hue.-Jacksonville to spend eight or ten million dollars '

_ Metropolis. of the people's money to try to s'.a.tuw Calendar-Free
tar.The 3000.000 acres
gentlemen referred 'to*are more by I >rac iEformatica. Gho with first
Watterson's Advice to Bryan. draining: the everglades, not, however: and Tonic Pditts. your
Messrs. W.. S, Bullock, of Ocala; J.Y. I The |
E wishes losing
Clarke, of Frultland _Park, and with to speak sight of the fact that these everglade .. [{ Company,
; Mayor L. B. Dozier of Leesburg; porper courtesy kindness and lands are claimed by the rail- Cr n.villo. T nn.

They are Interested in' the building of respect; but also with becoming sIn- roads, granted them by former ligis- -..
cerity and latures.
; because we -Volusla County Record. F
a state road through interior counties -
accept Mr. Bryan's leadership unreservedly -
to open up an automobile route .,. have considered._ nn 'aU". Get our Wine Roons.
for winter ,tourists.. native shall labor ---- -- *|flv*' prices on summer dry goods. )
unceaasingly for W.1 will
This hard road<< 'is assured from his election' save you money.,The Fair. x
and truly want him elect .
Ocala Leesburg and the Orange
Don't Bite Off Too Tf YOUR
Big a Piece.
be ed.That
county line to met at the other
he never can be elected, and i Most things in this world ,that are '
end with a road from Frultland. Park ,
and trOm the near end by the commissioners ought not to be nominated.on a platform great are simple ,and one thing at a

| of public ownership is our fixed time is an apt saying. Ia trying for
_, of this county to Orlando.
# belief It is a,remedy for no existing too much we often lose all. The political
If this road is built and there is \ .
evil ,It is at war with the philosophy situation in 'the United States
every assurance that it-will be. it :will'
taught by Jefferson by Jackson and this time is in, a fluid state. Parties
r' open up a link fora through the state
} auto'rout. that for beauty and pleasure by Mr. Bryan hismelf.:The suggestionIs find themselves ,at loose ends. The ; PURE RYE. 5

cannot be ,excelled enough to make the Sage of Monti- people have taken the, bit in their

In additon to this Mr, Bullock is cello turn over in his--T 0 privo__*V. 01.-1%JAU mouth., as, it were. The-_. next-._ lue. --iden._.- < .

interested 'in securing a road from I Hickory to air up in his coffin! angelsto tial election Is, as the turfmen phrase

Wekiwa weep and demons to laugh a con. it, "anybody's race" :4
Springs to Apopka connect full Qts
impossible of attainment except Old .issues have pased away. New
t with the Orlando road and the proposed i
through despotism issues are crowding the
degradationand upon scene. I
; route described,above with the T
intention of establishing a new tour. ruin. Govt Folk .has told us how The popular 'mind is receptive the f Cartoons

let route via automobile to Clay I it was in Missouri So would it be times are formative. Inevitabdy ., .
on: a gigantic"scale in the country at there is bound to be some confusion.
Springs, thence by steamer down theWekiwa at
large. as to the true and to the false. But : your
the 'Johns
river to St river
to Sanford and auto to Orlando a No-- no.. a 'thousand times no, Mr i back, of the incertitude; ,stand the :

route, in many respects far superiorto Bryan, Say at once to the tempter, i same array of forces which have Office -
"Get behind me Satan' There stands I showed themselves since the framing
Ocklawaha and
the trip destined
I Theodore .Roosevelt Go for hintThere of the constitution; the same organic .
to hundreds tourists
many ,
he stands differences which have S3.20. .. ,
down this on tv<' bride of the separated the ;
way. pirate 'ship, subsidy Every thing,,tot voters; Into. parties, from the time
To ,Orlando. alto the\ccntemplated'
the, classes nothing for the masses, when Hamilton ,and Jefferson stood .
.t road to.'Clay Springs wCich'cant not
In:. the. hold below forth the one as the
lie hidden all. the championship
be built once : Whiskey writ "JOl
at but.which win doubt old of ; ; .
shams an dscarecrows waiting,till a strong federal ,government its ,
_' tone come later,.wiU be'a great thing. .
; the,1tonn.blows.-over\. afterthemCourterlaunaL powers: centralized, and its win absolute Price list. h s
Springs and ihe'romantftwekt ,
Clay ?: |-- ,, the' other a champion! of a govno -
wa river' are ,the natural picnic "
\, ; "' ... e, ot:of,limited and delegated pow
grounds' for Orlando folks.,. Many'parties.nowleanj "
> It outtthatwayndr x'r, pi 'eq1. YJaaoat.pods ers, to be exercised within the' letter Wine : Rooms. t
of ,the written'law
IUJ- ,8e --yaaatutidap :.LlulIlQ strictly contrued.; ,
such a road 'woald'men'; a, speedy j .
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1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEA 115

; HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN; Mrs. S. E. Waterman has gone to -- ', '-
f Gainesville Ga., where she will spend DING. -

MISS 'SARA ..ELIZABETH'HARRIS.. several weeks with her son, Mr.U. R. At five o'clock on the afternoon ol By L. J. Brumby. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE ]If'ADVANCE

r the fifth of September at ,
Local Editor.. :Waterman and family. Wednesday interest the retail
i the home of the bride's parents? Richmond My direct personal -

I Mr. Karl Weihe has returned to his Hill, near Scranton, 'Pa., occurred trade of Ocala is confined chiefly to -_

'Mr. Martin J. 'Roess lc visiting at home in Jacksonville, after spending: the marriage of Miss Emeline my patronage 'of the Ocala merchantsand OURGLt1BLIST

Montreal, N..C. several weeks in Ocala with his par KIrtland Richmond and Dr. Julius the payment of their bills when '

ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe. Daniel Dreher. It was one of the presented.
Mr. J, C. Pillans, postmaster 'at as'a citizen,
T presume, however
most largely attended, most interest-
Electra, .was In the city Wednesday Mrs. Arms, proprietor of the Arms interests of .hometown ,
ing and brilliant functions that has with the best my ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCEWEEKLY.

Mrs. P. H. Stamps has returned house, fell'down the steps .yesterday taken place in that city In many in'view., to direct_ attention
and broke her wrist. Her friends hope through the columns of the "Banner"" .. .. -.- -" . -
home from Orange Springs, where she years. .
the injury will not prove a bad one. the board of trade .
and personally to
spet a few days. Dr. Dreher is well kown in Ocala,

The Metropolitan Cornet Band will being a cousin of Mr. Adam Eichel- .to a very widely circulated petition sq -
Mr. S. 'S. Savage, of this city has berger and is also related to asking the A. C. L. railway to put on .
give another one of its delightful concerts .
been in Jacksonville 'on busInes's'for Friday night. The nights are Mrs.: Thos. J. Barnes. He was a prominent a new passenger train between at.this 7 lA THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The SemiWeekly .
the past 'several days. and Tampa leaving Ocala
visitor to Ocala last winter and city '
very pleasant and the whole town is ; Jacksonville Times-TJnL- $1.50
accompanied by Mr. Eichelberger a. m. returning at night and giving m year
invited to come out to the concert.
Mrs. W D. Condon left Wednesday four to
made a tour of south Florida and was passengers a stop of r1 THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Thrice-
afternoon,for Atlanta, Ga., where she
Kate Liddell,who has been delighted with our state. five hours in Tampa.I .
will spend six weeks' with relatives. claim that this a-Week New York World, one year . _$1.65
with devotes claimed and still rM I
spending a short while in Ocala The Scranton Republican

Miss Pearl Richardson went up to ,her sister, Miss Fannie Clark and two columns to a write-up of his marriage -i schedule would seriously affect not : THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Weekly .

Jacksonville yesterday to visit her at Sparr. with her .sister, Mrs., 'S. and among other things says:' only the retail merchants of Ocala '* Atlanta Constitution, one year. . . .$1.75 .:

sister, Mrs.:J. M. Blair, nee Miss Alice. Souter, left yesterday for her home in "The great upper room of the third (and incidentally every citizen) but r1
Richardson Louisiana story of Richmond was utilized where also of Dunnellon "and every other .11M I THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Atlanta

two hundred and more friends gathered. towns along the proposed route until W31 Senu:Weekly Journal, one year. . . .$1.'j5

Mrs. J. D. Robertson and handsome Mr. Petenrian, who, has been driving The windows were curtained and the corporate limits, of Tampa are '*

little son Jack, came, home W'"Ve s- the ice delivery wagon for some about the ceiling a heavy border of reached. \ THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Com-

day from a short visit to relativesat time was' quite badly hurt yesterday mountain laurel was thickly studded In tne editorial columns of the"Star" money (W. Bryan's Paper,) one year. .$L50
morning.In some way he cut one of Monday was published an I> I .
Whitney with electric lights while beneath a Q
barbed Tribune crit THE .\. WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo
of his eyes very severely on a canopy of laurel and asparagus fern article .from the Tampa

Mr. J. C. B. Koonce of Sumterville wire fence.and'is suffering very greatly with an .arched background of lanrel, icising my position. This was followedWednesday 1 0 *' .Blade (Weekly) one year ., .,' . . .$1.50

spending this week in St.'with Augustine as a result of the accident. the bridal party stood. The deep win- afternoon with an editorial \j THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Sayan-
then ;

state on connected Tragedy at Brooksville. dow plants.embrasures were filled .with: 'tropIcaJ schedule.strongly The endorsing Tampa. the Tribune proposed and jq:: nab .Weekly. News,. one year. .-. : ;. . .$1.75j

Tuesday afternoon at the A., C. L. !
ofhis The bride wore,an exquisite gown of the' .Ocala Star ,are unanimous .
has disposed
'Mr.: Mallory depot L. W. Hicks 'and J. F. Higgir- of the Star, who is also OJ
white chiffon and The editor
Chantilly lace over
fruit stand and confectionary
in the
interest -botham engaged in a pistol duel, board of trade, ,
Ocala ,
white satin. It was made with simplicity secretary of the
to his partner, Mr
store which resulted, in tne death of both. in fairness -
W. H. Carlton.Miss .' Hicks. was a conductor on the Brooks- two graduated ruffles adorningthee might perhaps have the fatty that OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily SaJ. -
'skirt. The bodice had a little mentioned
i ville and Hudson railway Higgin ;. of our tannah News, one year. . P ,. . .$12.50 '
organization :
Fannie Clark accompanied touch of pearl trimming at the throat. this I 4:1
botham was a contractor and carpenter entered
t .r her neice Miss Pansy Souter, to Sparr She wore no veil and her jewels con- .business .men 'unanimously DAILY BANNER and The Daily
The trouble arose over a quarrel movementand f I' THE OCALA
short while with ... and broch, the their protest against this
yesterday to spend a ". sisted of a topaz pearl '
about a negro brakeman '- committee to JjJjJ JacKsonville Times-Union one year. . .$12.50
her sister there. I gift of the bride'grom, and a pretty appointed a

& H. railroad.A tribute to sentiment, as the topaz is see that, this protest was made as effective THE. OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily Atlanta -

Dr. J. E. Chace has Atlantato Great Novel. I her birth stone.. as possible. The editor of theStar j (11 Journal, one year .. . p. . . .$3.50
attend the meeting of the National this meeting. Why
in thf evening Dr .and Mrs. was present at
Another notable offering in the Sunday Early
Dental ssoclat on. He will be absent then express his senti- THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and Atlanta Daily
World's remarkaoie series of new Dreher left in an automobile to take a did he not

for a week or ten days. novels by the greatest living writers latetrain.. Before sailing from San ments He might also ,have referredto 1051 i;: i Journal (including Sunday), one year. .$10.00 J

fiL. sectionon Francisco, September 17, they will the fact that in presenting the __ ", -
Mrs. Burt Meadows. and children, of will be published in a special '. ." .-u'f-, -- '
in October. It is visit the Dreher homestead .in Sel- facts to the board'I declined myself -
who haxe been visiting Mrs. the four Sundays
Anthony, '
I. R. Knight for several days returned by Gertrude Atherton and is a tnrill- wood, near Columbia S. C., where submit a motion, but presentedthe ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
will few days' with Dr situation as I saw it. The discuss-
home Wednesday afternoon. ing tale of love and adventure entitl they spend a
ed "Reganov." This novel was written Dreher's mother.,)who at the age ofeightyfour ion was general there was not an opposing Address AU Orders toTIlE

Messrs. Robt. Monroe of Anthony Mrs. Atherton especially for this still has health and hap- voice or vote and the resolu-
by ,, ......oIullced by me,
of Citra attended tion of protest, u *
and A. P. Munroe, series will be unquestionably elsewhere piness. OCALA BANNER

the meeting of1 the turpentine opera- until its conclusion in the Sun- Dr Dreher, who was recently appointed -was adopted.We ,

;' to" 'n Vsonville this week day World. consul to the Society Islands, can hardly censure the Tampa OCALA, FLORIDA.

.. is a southerner by birth, and was for Tribune, though in seeking to placea 4 ,

''4 'Judges J. B. Gaines of Leesburg The G. & G. Moving Along. twenty-years president of Roanoke somewhat erroneous constructionupon

and J. D. Beggs, of Orlando, were in Mr. B. S. $urterman, one of the college. Virginia. He is a man of dis- my card, departeu from'its usual ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE ,

Ocala Wednesday and were arguing boss farmers of the Fairfield section, tinguished appearance and brilliant and 'almost unbroken custom of fairness ,..... .. --- -.- .'-
-' -
-r ,some Important cases In chambers was in town Wednesday.' He says the attainments. While bringing the college to this city and to an opponent In '

r before ''Judge Bullock. Gainesville and Gulf railroad will to a high standard of success fair discussion. Certainly I will con- ..

; '- ... ,-, 4 soon reach his locality, and as a con- .and excellence he found time to do tend from personal knowledge thatone
Dr. and Mrs: L. F. Blalock left the and his writ- buy goods in Ocala both as
r: sequence a number of people in I much in a literary_ way can
:? Wednesday to visit the relatives of neighborhood will raise considerable Ings on educational topics are widely far as price and quality are concerned '

r-. lire. Blalock. while there the doctor quantities of market known. In. his work he has ,come in as,advantageously as in either .in. T -

#;i: will attend the meeting of the Na-- They have heretofore been.r. too touch with many of the distinguished, Tampa or Jacksonville. ALWAYS GO TO :

-I ri "'tieaat'Dental''Asoeiation.: .:They will far from railroad' facilitis to make men, of the United States and has a But if you will so arrange railway

l :. return tot Ocala the; latter part of growing vegetables for shipment close. friendship not with a few schedules that, it would be far more

I. ." next week.I .- t ',- ( profitable* Mr. Quarterman ,says While President Roosevelt is a per. convenient, for all persons within a
I'- be a'station' locat d' near sonal'friend. Dr. Dreher does not owe radius of fifty miles to do their trading PUl8s1Placo!
: there wilj II
Mr. '!&: K. .Nel.c\: ,Emma Unto Ruth Nel-'! his place and also ,a new postoffice., his api> o\ntment4o.. that fact He is in 'either Jacksonville of Tampa, 1n8 B8S1and

'-.NelsonaccompanlediMiss. considered. decided acquisition to would it not be reasonable to say .

III son to, Atlanta yesterday, .uey gc Graduates. the consular' service of this, country they would do so!

tor the,purpose of,having;;!Dr. Calhoun .'Robert Robert Allen Allen Burford Burford, jr., of and will probably have a career leading It is idle to pretend to say a railway .
Mr. eOur"Edibles
which are
I treat Miss" Ruth's' 'eyes, benefita
of Mr. into the diplomatic field He has schedule cannot Injure or
this city toe bright young son,
very weak and'Mlss Emma Nelson much and is familiar with town. After this train is put on
& R. A. Burford of this city traveled
j .; wlU remain there at!school. and was Mrs.graduated Wednesday from the several languages. Few men know will the editor of the Star give his endorsement and Drinkables as Clean '

better than does' to another one that would
t Chalker, and family, pi fi naval academy at Anapolis, Maryland. their own country F' ,
t Mr. John! has been In every Ocala at 7 a. m. give .passengers
in Wednesday Midshipman Burford stood 53 In a Dr. Dreher, who say leave and Pure Pure Food Law
the city
Tangerine were Jacksonvilleand any
} j i7 state in the Union and.In Alaska, and four hours in
visit of 300.. '
their home from a class,
I 011 way to their task such vet return at 8 p. m.?
L r', Mr.i Chalker Is ''at present,.connected ,He will arrive. home Friday afternoon few satality can and bring learning.His .... ,Will the editor of the Star contend could imagine them to be.
his two
and relatives at Lake Weir to spend
1t to friends has a place In this com- that the train now operating from
: after which he :
f ; :; with the Ocklawaha nurseries' at Tan la start with his along parents cruise to various munity :which is unique. 'Charming In atra to Gainesville, via 'Oak Lawn, Our establishment has been refitted
will on
'in all probability
i- garine, ,but will personality, recognized 'for her singularly -Orange Lake, McIntosh, etc. has rot
el of Ocala '
"cote on Lake_and Weir: shortly nursery.and estab- foreign friends will delighted His host to welcome beautiful character and temperament cost Ocala a good-share of the retail according to':Sanitary Measures and the _
-" peach pear
!ft. a she needs must travel to a more trade from' the northern portion of
him home again. '
t remote land than Tahiti to sever the own .county! "Old and
Mr. J., W Westover, the boat build our only thing in it remaining .
Is thatthe
relations which exist between her anda Another point made by me
er at Weir Park.'haa Just completed Moved to Manatee County.
of friends. She has long schedule would injureall =
vast circle proposed
: a pretty launch for use ,on the upper Mr. Green Mathis, who has for several Matured are
Do the
been prominent in the Frst Presbyter the towns along the route.
k Harris,
Lakes raising
.Ocklawaha river and ; years been successfully
i :f" f Ian church and In phllanthroplcal Tribune and the Star question this? our'N
is waiting In this -
Griffin and Eustls. He now cantaloupes and melons county
:;,: : for a eight horse power engine for.itk" i it has decided that there Is more work. It is quite true as the Star says or
i The launch will be'used for hauling money in celery and lettuce and has Tahiti, the island to which' Dr. Dre- Intimates that Mr, M. E. Robinson or Whiskies Beer. :

her will take his bride Is .called the "Sunny Jim" is a good man and wasa
these lakes
; Terre
-f. freight barges through purchased forty acres of land on ,
paradise of the Pacific and is often good citizen of Ocala when he re-
of -
number passengers which he
i besides carrying a Cia Island,1south of Tampa
said to be the most beautiful place In sided here. To this I cheerfully sub- is the
this business
will plant in these .vegetables Our of doing
Wednesday the world. The climate f 1:1: nerfeet and scribe. Personally I know of no'more way
winter He was in city
)Ir. H.. N. ,O'Neal, proprietor of' the winding up his business matters the vegetation is something so wonderful genial clever and courteous, .man "on and modewe

; Aragon hotel In Jacksonville: says heer before going to hjs Manatee and magnificent In Its tropical the road. He sells shoes good shoes same courteous appreciative
that it is a marvel of all of them and hienergy- and
building luxuriance and
Intention ,of family lots
that he nai no county possessions. His
a hotel In Savannah as was meat oned follow him sometime during the who visit the spot. ability entitle him to the 'success he have employed for years and any t

c, L,. of that city, He says he I has achieved. Certainly I have noth--
in the papers month as soon as he has arranged a I
Is well satisfied with his success with suitable residence. .Fessendin. Academy to Open. ing personal in the matter.It favors bestowed upon us will receive :

= the Aragon and that Jacksonville Is The'Fessenden Academy and Industrial is also at the same time quite

School will open for the \906-07 he has moved to Tampa and .
O'Neal Is true
him Mr,
-" good enough for iTo the Trustees of- strict and prompt attention.
;, one of the most popular note men in Ocala Presbyterian Church:- session. Monday, Sept.. 17th.. opened Us: sample rooms there. :Manifestly
travelling Gentlemen The faculty engaged Is as follows: it would be more convenientfor ,a.
and the whole
the state isI.To. Please/
public of' Florida will be delighted to It is our earnest wish to donate a Jas. L. Wiley, Fessenden Fla.; Jno. him to bring his customers there. Our constant J., .
quantity of the I* & M. Paint to your Elliott Smith, Rogers Park N. Y; this convenience Is he on ,
'leave But for:
IS not goingto ,
he It
know, that ; churca and every church wherever: I
Jacksonville: is to be painte, Lewis Mehlinger, Meridian Miss.: second, thought, willing to hurt every Try us and be convinced. .

i 10,000 churches painted with L. & Mrs. J+ A. Wiley, Nashville. Tenn.: customer whose name is on his order i '

:: Mrs Thos.. H, Johnson and M. Miss Rosa !i'- Conoly;. Sea Bright N. books and who is so unfortunate to Respectfully "

1 algbterwho have been at Bendersonville .writes Barrows"School&' perk house,. Montpelier NO. 1, painted Vt. J.; Miss Emily R. Smith Savannah live north of Tampa! Mr Hoblnson's yours, / \

;N. (X. for several weeks;, have with, L & M.. two. coats, Used only Ga.; Miss Porter Smiley, Concord N. name was used because he was .

". K gone'to Waynesvllle,'where they; wiltremain five gallons oil. Paint cost only 97 1-2 H:; Miss: Mary Curetln, Talladegs 'the:principal mover as I understand it
.: until the' end of the. month cents ,a gallon. Ala in the circulation of this petition. I : :
L. & H. Zinc hardens L.' & M. i The Carnegie' building. soon to be withdraw it,
w> e (the1. will return home Tbey"reJ hope he will .
White Lead and makes the paint wear
..: :. pert'a delightful time, .Henderson. like Iron. r started will be completed before the : Again' I repeat let us do somethingto .

', .; Mile and.that.ill of;theOcala;people A. 0. Hunt, Riley Mich., writes, close of .the session. | build tip Ocala, not to Injure ber i Wholesale and Retail Liquors, ;

jt : 'at that resort :are, having :a ;splendid "Painted my ,.residence 15 years'ago Efforts will be made during the '
t! ." with L. & M.. Looks well now" Sold 'i Roosevelt gets off on: spelling and '
_: : date. They: .also'report tagreat: deal year to :have the 'academic, building > ,
of rain Ja', mountains fthlV ummer: by Mclver. &; Ma 1ay, ,, Ocala. Fla,. -enlarged" ; as' the enroilmnt from Bryan gets off the"railroad,, track '. _. < OCALAFLORIDA.. -"' ",, '

Y 'Capt;. 'Johnson.'.. ;returned d homes "yes- liis physicians announce' that King other parts' of,the' slate'make'more Both' are c:"off:-- ]ando. Star RePorter _' .. ,. ,, : :;. : ,., : '

., ',.- ,. .' .! Edvraid is .cow in.splendid .health.j room one of.the!Imperative needs. .,"':.J'>, >< .. ; ... If ...,, 0:1' :'.. : .

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_ 4 L ; ,-: U "ROWE: ...- (O> '.:- DON'T f ITI j f The "personal organs' of.'Governor I 1 1Browardff == I
1ANNER. ( SYSTEM? I/' r % I are extremelyentirelyf :
!: .M fFor is cartooning -- too mock' so. ir I
..f.c The DeLand Mercury .
.. .
FRANK'HARRISEditor., i*. our owl.part we .are ,opposed Parrptt' Flagler's manager in ', If 0\'GoyernorBrowardttakes'" ,as iong 1 j I; INVITED TO LAKE (

Y P. V. Ltavengood, Buain..Man'agor. to having another telephone systemin Florida. The paper Is on the right f J OrJEECrjOBEE
as he does to ,
drain the everglades,
,. Ocala. The one we, have, _,_,gives ex track.. It 1ga, shame that a republican I -::,.
? rv ? I I
n make a speech 'he .will-be at It a long] ,
\ -ferric ndw if
ce1 e think that like this man is shoold be .allow (

Is ,all that :our citizens are able tomaintaln'.and ed to mix In 'democratic politics in time. Wants the Vfsit to Serve as .an .Edu Daniel on Bryan.I .

., .. ,the.jenterprising; gentlemen this.. .state; .as, it is known that this One plank in tide next 'democratic cation Aa .,to( the Necessity.. of heard every word of the powerful
speech of Mr.
1 who, have their money investedin man does.-Madison Recorder. entitled"The Drainage-The ,Governor Will Bryan in New York &s|
t. platform might, ,be. to
it ought to be;protected and are de- llr. Parrott is Mr. Plaster's trusted Constitution and Spelling; : of' Our Fathers Be on Hand. agree ninety per cent of it f regretted -

servin /:otthe thanksof the-people of lieutenant' ' is largely:inresponseto ." AtlahTa'JourhaT. -" ".- -. -- ,,'. -- 'r the declaration in favor of
i vpii1 nand
this .community. his, suggestions, prompted by his ownership of trunk lines

: WeTare*told .that?the\;tolls:.of.',the love for the state, that Mr. Flagler it Is to bV acted_ that' Mr. Bryanalso Invitations have been sent out this and state ownership of state railway

Ocala; Telephone Company are cheaper ; I nas done so much to make that por- rather took the wind out of Mr. week 'by the board of trade to- thegovernor .I do not believe -the people of this

E I than any'other company now operating -j ticn of it stretching from St Augus- Hearst's sails by the brief referenceto and his cabinet, U. S. sen country nor the democratic party are

;, in this state and the system Is tine to Key West so beautiful and government ownership, -Atlanta ators and representatives, mein ers in favor of government ownership 0{

_ supplied,.with. the latest and most "improved -1 1I attractive. Mr. Parrott has reaped JournaL ot the Florida legislature and editorsof railways. One. difficulty fa that tH

I Florida newspapers to become the roads would at once be .
having "poUUeated.
and magnificently
;. Motto The Banner, ,btlltytng those .; and sowed so diligently
7 can be varied in color ina guests of the people of Lee county on We have and Mr.
that. he oughtto Bryan himself
-i !at th (,top w U, abU-to take.ear* of other jthings'"an. Ericssonjwitch it seems to us
!thanutlvts, has taken iU stand in the the most Tip-to-date: invention in 'tele' be the very last man In the state marked degree and with striking a trip to Lake okeech bee. Editors nas shown It in his able speech, as
;;barricades with the common people phoning.. that anyone who takes pride in the effect by the use of chemicals in the over the state are admitting that they abundance of issues. Even if this issue

?and IU fight will be made for the bets If we have another telephone com state's advancement: should abuse. soil. Slight admixtures. often produce know little or nothing about the ques- of government ownership of rail'

,will and remarkable changes. tion .and to give them an opportunityof ways be a wise It Is
ittrmtnt of those at the bottom. pant to come into" our city we He has attended strictly to his own one. premature

be put,to. double. expense-asva business Mr. Flagler's interests and in politicshas seeing for themselves the real and we have plenty to occupy th*

FRIDAY;SEPTEMBER 141906., man will be compelled, fo use consistently adhered to the policy More than $12,000,000 worth of jeerels situation that this move has been cn- highest faculties and best effort* of

both: phones and the one system. fills of "hands off!" adorn the tomb of Slohammet tertaken. There is no politics in the I!our people. Mr. Bryan himself tndicated

all the requirements of OBI: present Whatever else we may do in our magnate who flourished before the plan; for the people of Lee county are the consolidating tendencies of ;
The Atlanta- ouraat .says that it is invention of watered stock and the .
needs. : factional madness don't let us defame ooking at the question from aprac- government ownership, and he him
a mistake :to drink .even if it is,..rectified. discovery of crude oil,
The charges of the Ocala :Telephone the names and characters of tlc:J. business standpoint. To them self fears it. For this reason be mal

Company are three dollars for: business the state's great developers.Bryan's Dr. H. E. Stockbridge formerly drainage means more than to the peo not regard it a.i essential to PW

Bryan has.done what Roosevelt has phones ,and two dollarS for resident professor of agriculture at the Flor ple of any other county in Florida, for action.-Senator John W. Daniel
? phones or four dollars' for the Strong Point the great body of water known as
has done has at Lake
never repudiated a Mr. ida Agricultural College City,
_ or' firm. The one'very striking trait in Lake Okeechobee is its The Organ and the Newspaper.Speaking .
nomination. two, if taken by one person is now editor of the Southern Rural- pouring sur
___k An additional .system means an additional Bryan's character is his fearless inde- 1st a semi-monthly farm journal printed plus waters over' the fertile, soils of of the different between

And yet government, .ownership of charge and where business pendence-his scorn of dictation. He in Atlanta, Ga. the Caloosa, and unless something is the "organ" and the "newspaper"the

--Ii postofflce ''has'not resulted in the firm is now paying twelve dollars, if said In New1 York: '"Evert man must soon done to relieve the situation one Richmond Times-Dispatch rays-

_ political domination: of :> postofficettng. a new company is allowed to.come in. do his own thinking and act according The reason why brills do not falloff of the grandest most beautiful and "A newspaper that is not fair ia

.. AtUnta, Journal. would be forced to pay twenty-four to the dictates of his own con- their perches is because they cannot productive sections In Florida will be Its reports is foul, and cannot long retain
I sclence."Also, I do not care what the confidence and respect of decent

T dollars per quarter. open their feet when their legs ruined.
The Georgia !democrats have .a On, the telephone question we area _e politicians think. If I know what are bent. When ahen walks its The key of the drainage question is readers. There is no place In

.-platform that will, coyer the side of people want today I know what modern journalism for the organ. Apolitical
"stand patter. toes close as it raises its foot and Okeechobee. It is the basin of
a house.: The democrats of Georgia the politicians will want tomorrow." touches Kissimmee. organ Is bad enough; a personal
open as it the ground. the river valley, and it is
.k : seem to be very: much in earnest M t rs. Cummings Sues' the City. of Chi. Some, une asked, him what he thought like a great Conemaugh dam, threat political organ Is worse and ta

cago. of the criticism of his government Mr. Bryan honestly thinks he is the !abomination on the earth." Tail U
ening country on either side oft
Governor Broward publishes a state. The Chicago Journal of August 31, ownership policy and whether it was fighting plutocracy. The fact is that because I rather a harsh description and yet we

s meet that :he; will 'answer the question contains a photograph of Mrs. SallieE. not )liHJy to drive some' persons out his economic fallacies have, done lower it lies above the lands of !have evidence of the "personal orjaa*
Lee DeSoto St. Lucie and
propounded to him by; Mr.; Beard, Cummings, of Pensacola: 'and the of the party. He replied that he did more to promote plutocratic government Dade i! in Florida.
t, to-wit "Spending the state's money following( account of ,a suit .she has not desire anyone out nor demand in the United States within the

while the everglades, : are .in litigation"Don't just filed in Chicago: that anyone should agree with 'him. last decade than, any other .single Homeseekers have spied out thegnnd Bryan's Honesty Not Qimtlontd.
country on the
: Suits are about to be filed in Chisago : the same time he would not agency.World.Joe All the people may not always
let us begin 'shipping oranges and in the face of an annual overflow
by Mrs. Sallie E. Cummins! a anything. to keep in one that want- agree with him at all times, but an
to market too early. .Rather let us have built pretty homes and reared
_ t millionairess from Pensacola; Fla., ed to go out. In other words he is Bailey, of Texas, has gone off the: people all the time believe he ii
'them to fully mature and get. that
permit orange groves are now a sourceof
in which she ,expects to prove her doing his. own thinking and allowing in a pout and refuses to be molified. honest fearless, courageous and they
sweet and juicy before doing 'so and annual income to them. Capitalistshave
claims to eight acres of land InstiectvllI others the same liberty.. It can be He will not participate in the Louis have come to recognize him u a
., then retrive the reputation we have. seen the for investment
said to his credit that he has never ville welcome to Bryan nor occupy statesman and a patriot
Ilt ftced. and have plaited hundredsof
Her suit will Involve $ OOOOtOO said anything with the view of helpinghis even a rear seat on the, Bryan bandwagon I
acres of and grapefruit I Mark Twain has siren the
The largest and costliest building and she expects to make her fight political fortunes but always "ine Texas senator is not on orange pre*
In the short of ten ?dent better and has the
groves. one
space adopted
-! undertaken in New York Is the '$10000,000 ,. for the land a test case which" will said. what he tnougnt-Mobile RegiS- his good<< behavior.
these Investments have' Skibo
years spelling
Episcopal Cathedral'ot' St. establish forever the ownership of ter.
Some of the railroad papers that a value of one million dollars. There
'John the Divine It will be the largest the 'land claimed by Caat, ..Strfi'terand .. Secretary Bonaparte agrees with
Abrams Severe on Broward. ar' abusing Mr., Bryan for his views are still rich hammock' lands untouched -
pacred in this and numerous others.
edifice ; country, Mr. Taft that Roosevelt U the mt
as to the ultimate :: by the axe, that are valnea
and solution- the .
The law nullified
ignored alike
mostnoted [ ,
z- the fourteenth. largest in the world of Mrs. Cammings! is one of (the issue in the November election.
..'I..'"1dnt-" > '..''.. ';'' ''. ,".,'.,. I M :; ;: ;women in jthe-soutfi., t' She. is by Governor Jennings and his board, transportation problem, would be accusing at one million dollars more.
'" ., him of duplicity right if These lands, would be settled upon if
t -' the editor of "Florida Rambler and !and by Governor Broward and his It is regrettable that the state ha*

I "
Shave. been shipped from.Tampa. The Funlak SpringS, and' for years !has its 'honor smirched, its, implied and ,-Atlanta Journal __ great flood, of water from .Lake OVee- the p'ny"-not a word iu exjltnaU ia.

shipment consists of three hunrt-ei been associated with leading so'ith- expressed contract with men who chobee. The lowering of this lake 1

boxwand lit*Js claimed that this erners. She. asserted. ,.today. when..she. .. have built hundreds of miles of railroads The.. destruction of the Island of six feet below its normal level would We hope "Billy Bryan" will to a*

-1 shipment wasthree. days sooner, thanever arrived" in. |he' city her; nit was for repudiated and nullified, this Juan Fernandez by the Chile 'earth accomplish this and at the same time ,nnpular on election day as he was LaNew

_ f before, in 4-,' the historyorange of'Ihe the purpose 'of establishing. the own.l man_ Broward, nevertheless has the quake wiped off the face of the earth reclaim thousands upon thousands of York on his "home cotuinf" eSt,.

i : Industry ership of. the Streetville property.If ., I i temerity to go' before the people of'the .spot where for four years the acres'of the richest soil in the world. According to the "San" the atari a

satisfaction is not secured 'z.bybuss Florida and denounce* as thieves and ,marooned sailor lived alone upon Surely the people who are directly in their courses now all bow to th*

Maj; Alex' St Clair,Abrams accuses Cummins' attorneys, the ease land-grabbers men who have simply which fact Daniel DeFoe based the concerned, '. in this,-' matter have a rightto governor. The governor ft tm sorsback *-

I Brow rd. of dodging the: issnesi 'as Co ill v" -.-...'-*,' to the higher courts. asked, the state to carry out its contracts wonderful story .of Robinson Crusoe. be heard. It wilt be found that with eM>all! tH and feather, .

_ .th* --a& 7-- --2-L- lsosaps, AS:the'defendaatahia;the suits hand and agreements with them on they are' not opposed to the drainagetax and all rush to do him honor.
The market for the Florida! oranges
that he seeks to arouse preudicesof that is or would .be imposed on
the plaintiff has large intereststhe'legat the faith of which they have expended .
: the'people.againat the..railroadg.ot "'fbnclear-claim-proms- millions of dollars. isas usual being ruined by the premature them, to drain ,the, waters of the lake. Theodore, jr., has been bear fcaat-
Y the state; by making manifestly un ses to be exhaustive.: And it. should be kept in mind that shipment "of green and worth Why then should fie people outsideof ing in Colorado, but the bruin all got

fair statements and does not; present exercised this' contract and agreement with the less stuff.' :There is no"visible way of the drainage district oppose the away from him. He ought to cow to
''''' have authority
die scheme''''o"n"'I 'inerits5 ; '- .. _Chicago .police putting a stop to .this criminal prac for not called Marion county. Here they are so thick
'l. .. over the tractri&dJm chr ofIt'has builders of railways in this state was plan, they.. are upon to
tice. 'Estimating the of the presyear I
crop I that the railway trains rua theta
of the In over
portion tax. fact
pay any
:- not made by republicans or
fenced in by Captain carpetbag
; Net on, Larklns/whoiwas treed and been .: < : at two and a half million boxes the i of Florida outside the No joke..
convicted of the murder: ofr lion 'N Streeter. Until now no building of state legislatures and .state governments it is safe 'to this shipment of people
; say
_ \ any kind could be done because there or by republicans or, .carpetbaggers .drainage district; are not called uponto .. .
W. Eppea'nearTallaahassee..... and green stuff will cause the loss of in -----
e. s but pay one cent taxes, for even
_ .whosecseatence1 contmuteciw was no clear title,.to any,9 the land. was solemnly made by I dollar box of it.-
half every
a on
'1 S *' -%! pro1l \WI.S. d Captati' streeter cepts,'whatever tax. democratic legislatures and democrat that portion of the'state funds in the
lt l lanntwifovn .. '. "- Tampa Times.
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hands of
the board of
trustees of
the covmm
: ie state governments and fROM
;i dead"ate #Ireaitockade-camp.! eair F mOle1b ;offered;hIm:3' ; advocatedand .
Fiarlda Jackson { have nlplp rnobrres" carry urgged and carried into effect by benefit of the Fort i Internal Improvement Fund has been
1 ; ten Smiles;from "l ? : For the Myers
Tille. There is a mystery surroundinghis the thing to"the 'highest courts". said lemocratic- leaders with the full Tropical Breeze and all others concerned i derived from the sale of lands the

;.. > death. and the matter will Abe Mrs. Cummings today at they office of Knowledge consent and aporoval o* this paper gives it as,Its opin- :proceeds of which must be used for HEADTO fOOT
_ the people of the state of Florida.To i this 'verr'p11rp se and no other;
: Judicially investigated. her lawyer "I realize that I shall have ion that a "newspaper" prints all

to fight vast interests, but I am pre violate the law, to. put upon the sides to an argument so as to enableits The people of Lee county realize

S .,The newspapers .of Florida and other pared to test the validity of my state 'the seal of dishonesty were readers to draw an intelligent con tiat: If the editors of Florida and the .

states are jtalking* a-great. deal :aboutvagrancy claims. The three.hundred: .acres are enough to add to this infamy and elusion of the 'matter under discussion members of the legislature Bill come With Crafted Scaly Eczema When

_ f: ,. It|is _our opinion. that, there worth in 'aU,000.000. reckless denunciations indulged in by -an "organ" prints onlyOM side were and learn the true situation One Month Old Could Brush
'is less ngr&ncJ1JLOWthali\ ;at" any :"I propose; Question the 'right of tfapolean B. Broward are evidence of and attempts to force its conclusionson they will see that there is much in Scales Off -

any other time that we have ever the ,city of Chicago to exercise police his utter unfitness for the position he its readers. It is the policy of the I the drainage question for them .to Body Young Lady

known. 'The.retl. more" :; going .,on. jurisdiction. over, the land. The case holds and cannot fail to impress upon Ocala Banner'to give all sides an '.In. consider and they will be able to is New 17 Years Old and Shin

; There are more great- enterprises- .t on will also determine the. various the minds of thoughtful intelligentand Wing" write and_act with a knowledge of the is Witheut a Scar-Cured By

4- foot,;.more'.labor in forest,.. field [and noted estates.. claiming; the title honorable men the strongest --- tacts. Fort Myers Press. .

swamp than ever before. We think to lots 'have'any'legal standing" doubt of his individual integrity, as Eggs in Live Oak now sell at '30
man be
bigger than his
there is more vagrancy because'there Mrs. Cummings is a member of the'lori'da' well as of .the sincerity and honestyof cents per dozen and are scarce at
_ ismore demsnd'for labor.Labor 'is press association and Is well his public1tterances.Alex St. that. We have written much warm, EXPENSE OF $4,50

5- .because, it is more generally ClalrAbrams in Jacksonville Metrop richly colored prose poetry right from
S scarce known all over the state. She at Let's Fee. The New York World .

; _; employed. tended the press association In Ocala oils the heart in commendation, ,of the printed some time ago twenty double "Wbea'1 was one month all I wan
Florida hen as a. source of wealth., taken
: with eczema.: After uWtr
in May. and the outcome ,of her suit -- '- leaded editorials telling why the democrats being
., The truth is Mr'! Bryan does not I i will be watched with' interest by the Sees Rainbows Ahead. Treat your hen right; study her taste, of the nation stouM not rash the month treatment and of two doct* riier oat

,. propose the subject as one of 1906 !press of the state.. The Apalachicolian who rides for 18 her aspirations even her whims and over .each other and nominate Admiral mother was advised no improvement by a dru&, my&

or 190S. He ,speaks of it as an. 1U-, !I hours on a steamer before he 'can caprices tempt- her by all known and Dewey' for president Has it to try Cuticura Soap and Oiatme&U
mate..lOlut19zi.something..far' invthe Nestor H of, thepcaIa: Banner land at Chattahochee may perhaps honorable means to multiply .and replenish ,quit-the president maldng-bUi Jen: ? I was' one cruat of aorta from head to

., future.: Mr, Bryan's position has been is trying to tag ,this journal with the wish to take a reef in the sail. when ; discourage in her any disposition foot My mother could brush the*ak*

f S dtStort 'The republican: papers 'see word "organ'' really want to he boards train at Apalachicola in .to go on a strike;. make home The Tallahasee Sun and the cabinet o9 felL my After body;using and mr ex finger eakei and of Cuticur toe tutU

nothing else' in Mr, Bryan's forceful II.find out how hard it Is to play on us, 1907 .and scoots across _the countryat pleasant for her; keep her well sup I officials continue to loudly sing the Soap and about M much Qjticura Ointment

T- address, the ablest that has been Mr.. Harris, write to t1 e. JacksonvilleGum a pace that wit put him and his plied with gravel and other aesily di- praises for the governor. That's to I waa completely cured. I am now

5-. laid before the country in many a Bench. If we had been willingto gripsack at Chattahopchee; in four gested dainties and she will return be expected, but why can't the "un- seventeen years old and mr skin hs*not

z-r day and they prate about government be an "organ" we could have ,been hours. barring accidents. After the you a larger per cent., on the invest 1'pecterI30metimes happen and curs acar.; after I am washing still finding a fever wooden Mister ia Ctrti-two
ownership and socialism, but they will an "archestrial pipe."--Tallahassee: Apalachicolian becomes accustomedto ment. than any'other form you could swing others. into line to do some days it wa rom etey'! goae." Your

deceive no one. for the people In' this Sun, The "Nestor" read what Albert the nW order of things, he will put the same amount of money in. "tOO 'L" We: don't hear a "toot" fron Cuticura friend, Mks Eob Ciaocaek.!

; 'age are doing !their: own reading and Williamson said about it in the Jacksonville put on his studying cap and perhaps In Hen Sign Yinces.-Live Oak. any other direction.If Oct 27, 1905. Mirkjvilk, L%

their ,own construing.-Birmingham Floridian. Don't prostituteyour invent a flying machine that will. reduce Democrat.. The attention-
U called
5: S. age Herald.. talents by becoming an "organ. the speed on -th1rd. and perhaps Tampa were located as near to New the fact that the parenU Cutkun Remedial to

_.5 Be a."newspaper" all that the,ord one-half; for'be it known that once For the Tampa Fair. York city as Ocala U to Tamp., and were used on a one month old baby
Miss Nellie. E. Beck the society We understand that quite an enthusiastic special trains with
stands for.Courts started the' Apalachicolian will not were running into New complete proving what w*
'.of meeting was held in the York have always .= that
editor the Pensacola Journal has be content to play second fiddle to from Tampa every morning and 3 these peat
resigned her position .and fins gone banking house of Munroe & Cham- returning every "afternoon curatives are so pure" to sweet ana so
are supposed protect "life any person-no matter how much spending delicately medicated that they be
to iX-nver, Colorado, where she "will liss yesterday afternoon to deviseways Just enough time the may
and liberty" but it is a mere suppo( that certain person desires to anni n. big city for thepeople used on the youngest intant&

permanently reside! She: had the reputation I sitt n.., Where courts are,most', abun. hilate space.-Apalachicola Times \nd'means to have Marion .court to do their, shopping-does the

,, of being one'of the most brat 'life is cheapest The state 'attorney Railroads are all right till -you get ty represented at the Tampa fair Tampa Tribune believe that ,such a COTICURA REMEDIES _:

I' excellent and indefatigable lady for the seventh 'Judicial circuit 'em-then, other words are coined That cot R. F. Rogers was selected schedule would be helpful to 'Tatrpa!

writers of the Florida press and her ,'of Florida says that a "man's: min It's a strange world. commissioner. and that he acceptedthe Does it believe It would Increase 'th* Are, the Best for Skin and Blood

place:will be' difficult to'fill, but the Florida is cheaper than a beef." trust, That the board of county sale of Tampa's retail merchant "About three yean ago mr face be

Journal, baa exercised great ,judaatctn'selecting -- We scarcely know::'what personal liberty Tte naval salute to the president commisloaers .it was ascertains Well this Is the kind of schedule get rough with acne and kept
A ia
'Mrv B.,,a.;Bernard, iaV; The .officers of _the law are cost the government 900000. Teddy would duplicate. the amount oi. moneyraised "Sunny Jim" Robinson is petting up a paper of the CuUeon year ago Remedial I read tot

a'daughter!'Mrs. "Beatrice ;M\rean? generally the Viola.tors'of the law comes high. by the citizens. .providing! o t for the benefit of Ocala and the people the akin aad blood. I tent for them

of thk city, ,Florida's celebrated' *uthoreaa Human life is .entirely too cheap in course, that' the sum ,be,not too largeon 'of Oc la, through its board of at oafe. I used the Cuticura Soap.

to '.mtet. place, Mrs;, Belanti F ortJa. .Our courts;are "blindfolded" i The 'dates have been fixed, for the the one hand: nor _too small on the 'trade.have repudiated it. We, however Ointment, and Fills and in three W

baa wrltteo'dome very' -pretty- aidS tag too many faults.t :; opening.of the.East Coast:hotels. The other It'le believed .tire citizens will I do not blame the Tampa paper and swaths the my ptsffes kin WM hare soft all and disappeared eaocta.

- .cabby atortea:and is almost, \' aecom- !Alcazar at St.. Augustine' and theRoya1.1'alai subscribe ,about one_thousand dollars, .for. being;:delighted with a schedule of without &e aervio of a physu, 1

,pHftbM writer, aS: under' her":dircc'tten We hope ,the spelling of' the "d&d1es. i .at Miami will open De: and the board'' appropriating a simitar -,.this sort H-H all. -fro- for TampaIt think the Cus4eww Rernadis &;;the

,.the; re poUtloo"that'the Journal .!,lt'tt; 'j>ecomes '&:acampaign._; T. l?:ember !.. The :.Ponce"'de teW; the sum,,//and .with. this. amount in is the Rthrr "of ti's' "} earl life belt tW say" GAe can true for the s ia

; 101ei6dfed.Mist Beck,willunder will have a better;Jatd th ."the "dol !()Ormond.. the Hoyal.Ponciana and 'theotheialong'n hand Col...Rpser* tan st t33thr a joys' and Wood. ICY 0. & -fHf ,
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>t.' Special to the Ocala Banner;

,-,t OF 'lN01'ED1 MEN OF FLORIDA At the overflow--meeting in Madison Tampa. ,Fla. Sept' 1L-The past 4'L FULL

Square Garden 'on the 'night of week. has been far the..most successful i

1 i August 30 Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher experienced. since the active campaign /

of this city, paid the following tribute in behalf of the Florida state fair fXPRf55

[. J oho' L., Crawford-The "Noblest Roman' of Them |in part of his speech to Mr. Bryan:, which will be held at Tampa.November PREPAID

His address in England was cabled 14 to 29, began. During the weeka
The Memory of His Life, Rfch tegacy to I
AIL" a
and published in full by our morning total of eight counties made appropriations

the State. papers. His statesmanship has found running the total up to
i1$4 V
I illustration, abroad although he was twenty-five which had doubled the y

bound, on no publiic mission. Every number of counties heretofore represented

civilized country has shown him hon ; at any southern fair. Citizens
of Dr. John L.Craw his views. He refused to give Senator '
think .
I lore to ? or. Royalty has entertained him. I in a numoer of counties, the commissioners 'i Ii
ford. He and my father.. Rev. Jesse Call his certificate, and when the legislature I ID iz
had refused tc
The' leaders of thought the powerfulin of which i

; JI Awls.. were. ,the: best 2L friends adjourned appointed Hon. R. state and'nation, :when,opportunity i make appropriations. are preparing to _
through the H/M.:,Davidson: .via worthy
look.1ug back years a n
d, offered, hastened to 'extend him have their counties represented by: uwf
fraught *lt&. memorlea- bacto to man, to-fill, what he held to, be a;: vacancy $12Cl.9
: courtesies. public, subscription.
of myoyhoo&-I Can 'see ; Dr. Crawford :believed Call .
the Fathers From indication the attendance
I "From the'day our Pilgrim every
goodani wand men"in toT have been legally5: elected and refused
tliese 'two
; .
L' landed on these shores to this ,good at the fair; will be double that of '
friendly"association. I know there as secretary of state to place
hour no prl'ate'cItizen of .this ,country last year. During the'next i two
J. cover two better or nobler character the great seal upon Cot Davidson's .
were has received such recognition weeks a total of 100,000 attracting advertising
world and, of appointment No BLUM & COMPANY
; in this 'although certificate persuasion abroad and homage at home. What circulars will be distributed CHAS. ,

they lived in different states,and their could induce him to relent that it the states of the 'northwest -
does it meant Let me suggest throughout, ,
them In careers and Governor Fleming was compelled JacksonvilleJFla
led -
pathways 'apart : means other things, that he is close to east and south by the fair association
have been to resort to mandamus against 'him.
destinies never
and the-hearts of his fellow citizens; that and industrial departments _-
able to think: of Dr. Crawford withIi Hence, the case of the twenty-eighth hip is --
,they appreciate his great ability, of various railways and there no

:out also thinking of my father. No Florida reports of the state ,ex reL dauntless courage, his pure life his doubt but these will bring many to .,. .'." -, ", -. "
loved and honfd Francis P. Fleming vs.
was ever more governor
men high purposes his nobility of character Florida. During the past alone scores '
L. Crawford- JoAn L. Crawford, secretary of state, DIRECTORS:
than was Dr. the splendid services he has of letters have been received from res-

the people In Florida.. He was sena in which the supreme court held that rendered his country in its halls of idents of other states asking for information R. 3. Hall George ilacKay J. K, Christian __.,

tor from Waukulla county when I the secretary had no optlon-that his legislation In its. army, in his public I about Fluorida and the' fair, ?H. A. Foul Z. 0. ChambiiM r

first,came to the live, and had official duties were ministerial and andprivate_ work. It.means that vast ad a majority of the writers expressed T. T. Monroe J. B. Brooks

Ii often even ttb t time, jepre' [,compelled him to affix the great seal responsibilities rest upon him as the a determination of attending the
ill the senate to appointment ,o* the governor.;
seated his county either. : 'I of practically unlimited in-
of' representatives in 1381. The"good: doctor: was clearly wrong fair.Within excellent feciHities this Bank :
or house ; uence and unmeasured power. Yea, the next ten days the workof In addition to its ,

he wu appointed by GOT. Wm. D. in his refusal, but it was, perhaps more it evidences the fact that in booking amusement attractions for I
life 'long and devoted gratifying to him when the United has the advaetage of capable and good
,Bloiham his him rests the hope of millions of hiscountrymen the range will be completed, and the a competent,

friend, to be secretary .of stateand States refused to 'seat the governor's* who are concerned about list of shows secured will be In everyway of Stockholders.!
that continuously, and seated Call., Board of Directors and a strong body
,fie, held, ,position., appointee the future of our government. Their superior to any ever before seen
the mentioned this incident, not 1
unintcrniptedly and efficiently I have eyes are turned to him as the tried in the south. Many of these attractions -

: day of aU .death. He came from a for the purpose of discussing its mer and faithful, leader the wise ana' conservative will appear in other'southern !

dUUnsulshed southern family and its, but merely as an example of JohnL. and in- THE NATIONAL BANK
tribute of the people states, but the principal shows. CENTRAL :
e"amOl'gst those bearing' his name and Crawford's tenacity when he be- ,
with prideIn which
I the whole country pulsates cluding the great hippodrome
whose blood coursed ,in his, veins lieved himself right. ,I ought to remark his past and present- and glows has been secured at a cost of $10,000! OF QCALA,

were Joel Crawford, several times a I that it did not disturb his of his future. His in only. .
with expectations will ba seen Tampa '
I .. .
between .
Georgia '
from personal -
of congress
member will be
fellow citizens honor him, he | The racing programs containingeven

... shortly after the formation of our government Governor Fleming and hiss secretaryof true to the many, loyal to the principles i larger,purses than those offered .I

; Wm. H.'Crawford who was I state., It was simply a differenceof which make for the prosperity of last year, will be ready for distribution -

I.: la tie pUb1tceye'along with Webster. conception of, duty between two the country and the welfare of its at the end of the present week; 1/' A. KNIGHT. L.E.UANO.ANNOUNCEMENT. .

.; Calhoun and Clay, who' was UnitedSenator equal1y.detenn1ned' equally COIlsc1entous people."-Jacksonville Floridian, and will be sent to scores of horsemen

from eGorgia secretary of men; but. being ended left who have applied for them. The

war minister to France and ,candidate no sting In either breast. Sick Headache. array of horses at the track during 4'a,
for president of the United Whenever I went to Tallahassee! This disease is, caused by a derangement =
of the stomach. Take a the fair will be a magnificent one
'States Peter Crawford and, Martin while.DrCrawford, was secretary of
; of Chamberlain's Stomach and many additional stables will have to
JL Crawford who were members, of state; I invariably called at"his office, dose Liver Tablets to correct this disorder be erected to accommodate .them. We have just purchased the Wa goa arid Harness busiae of Hours.

'*mc<>nsress. whether business took me there or and the sick headache.. will. disappear., I 3.: A. Standley & Company and propose to add to the stock of goods everything

John L. Crawford came' to Florida *n; it would not have seemed, likea For sale by all druggists.- -mNO that Is needful to make It aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense otthe
;t for several of the best Farm Wagons on the market
visit to the capital if { had failedto word. We are agents
the territory became a BRYAN.He MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS
thee year REPLY YET,
hand in mine. ; also several makes of. Buggies Besides these we handle a great valety
his friendy
*,:atste-1845. His first location was in 'his AT of vehicles either of which we stand. ready to folly guarantee
where Memory sees him now seated Sullivan'sAttac'k ,
at Newport, Waukulla county, Intimates That Roger

i,} -.he'pract1ced medicine( ;for,.-.time.ud office, surrounded,by. walls of records Will Be Answered, Soon. EXTREMELY LOW RATESSouthern riigh Grade Buggies, Serviceable: Carriages,

and.. books.. his, ,once, tall and erect i VIA
,tfeea moved to>the - lower and lower under Sept .-"You can ,
b- form drooping Lincoln, Neb.,
:: jtille now stands the village -
I Robes Etc. Etc.
named: in hb honor. Here'.he reJT -. the weight of advancing years. 'J Jove expect that kind of attack from that Railway Lap -

. -;'.. t many '''years, :practicing, l his contemplate 'character"and' :: "'re-: kind of people said William J. Bryan Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.We .
ibis virtues for ibis lUfe was of the attack
,,?., .aloe |and ,engaglug ..inagricul- flect' W' upon? iia .a: today in talking ... "..FROM: JACKSONVILLE... ... .
4 'Satur 1 to Meet th Prices of Legitimate Competition. =
,; tare at the same time representinghis benediction to'his state. He could made 'upon him in New York are Always in Position e f

state, senateal... have' retained <*** Indefinitely if he day by Roger' Sullivan member of $34.95, Toronto, Ont and return Ticket -
county in the for the celebrated. White Hsckory Turpentine
continuously until Governor, had.lived a hundred years, for no man' the democratic national committee i ,01 sale September 12 to 15; We are Sole Agents
: Btoxham appointed him secretary oi(; was ever: more loved and trusted by from Illinois. Mr. Bryan said he.was limit September 24; extension to > and Farm Wagon. '

In many respects he was "theMNeet his pe ple.-Robt W Davis in Tampa not prepared to answer Mr. Sullivan's October 24. .

..: ft&ta. Wlth.a: Tribune. charges. ... $10.35 Atlanta Ga., and return., Tick.
Roman qt them -T
.JWrt 'woman's 'he ; Bearing upon Mr Sullivan's ,assertion ets on, sale. September 12. 13. 16, Knight & LangT Y.
i, as fender as.a. FENCE.LAW, .
.t'W.the- courage of a lion. He strad-j A NEW that Mr.' Bryan ,was_ asked. 'if It 17 and 18; limit September 25;
that ''he (Bryan) did not 'extension to.October 10.
: fried his fence on no <\question but was To .the Editor Ocala Banner:. were true Successors to Steadier and Co.
a'persona,11 letter Sullivan asking $10.35 Atlanta, Ga.., and return-: Tick. .
while his honesty write : -
funk and lagealus. We noticed in the Blitchton items
f for him to resign. etc on sale September 29 and 30: .
f .traibtfot'Wardness'gained request that the
r' and confidence' and 'esteem. a .prorosition.Of' a "I did not ''write SulUnn,".said Mr. limit October 7; extension to" October EL C. Smith. C, V. Robert,
.aim(universal next legislature enact a law compelling .
: to Judge Thompsonand 22. v
when "I wrote '
./ Durtnj reconstruction 'days la.vful fence Bryan.
to build a ,
element everybody asked him to show the; letter to $20.70 Richmond, Va. and. return SMITH & ROBERTS. ,
the carpetbag and irresponsible, before starting farm :far the. purpose ;
dominated the ligislatures, Dr.. I i of keeping somebody's cows or Sullivan. I did not assert that SullivatL'"Have I had \ :Tickets on sale.. October 1, ;limit '

'Crawford, was always JohntA. -there i HendersonHeary ; hogs. Jow.-'w put ;;ot ask their tne fields.q esU. '.n.iwhich is, written a you personal a signed letter'request,to of the $44.70 October San Francisco 8S and 'Los Angeles Funeral Directors md Licensed 'Embalf9CrS

of the' delegates to the St.. one.w&y (second cass--t1ck-: .
L. Mitchell. 'J. L. force the Poor fellow 'i tt
th j bettter, to. ... for the repudiation 15
-.-.-""' --- --?" ---= "- "* Louis convention asking ets on sale daily, September
h&rP'P:Ranay;John'T.rLesleyWm.MIferthe' who Is trying to make'a living LATEST METHODS. ,BEST GOODS. WORK GUARANTEED.!

{ McKlnaona."the- }McCas iythe sweat of his 'brow to build thattlawful' i of SulUvant' to October 31. Telegraph orders receive prompt attention, and embalming done aaywiar*
a'few\other determined "I do not care to make, any: statement $37.00 Washington, D. C., and return.
'CaiklUs'and or'''the Inan who owns
fence I expect to makea sale daily to September on short Nodes.OGALA.
on.that point. Tickets on
,, of cor'ruptionignorance -
back the hogsTAnswer.
alien. fought herd of cowsand
t that matter I
and peculation statement on the Illinois '30; limit to October 31.

himself right, he! within a few days, but do not want to ,,$46.05 Chicago, III, and return.. :: Tickets
Wnea he believed The owner of the stock. I, COPkNY! -
engulf tha state \ give it out in,an interview""Did on sale daily to September 30; FURNITURE
:which threateded to.; a.nd' I think it .a hardship for the you'notice the challenge made' limit October 31.
t'adhered to his .opinion persisted owners to be forced to furnish grazing
by Sullivan' $54.10 Saratoga, N. Y. and return.
: with a determination other's and hogs.
In his purpose lands for ,, cows
but I must be excused from via New York allowing ten days :
that was almost dogmatic An illustratloavof In this neighborhood there'is not a "Yes,_ "
1S91 making any reply in an Interview stop. over. Washington, Baltimore
occured: be
this vacant forty-acre tract of,land )Philadelphia or New York, tickets McMillan Bros.
while 'wa secretary of state. The all owned and cultivatedby
he It is
; had. Scheme Not Liked.
to September
Bryan's on sale daily H
to elect a
trying hard to make
legislature was men, who are trying of
Prominent men and newspapers SOr( limit October 31.
:United States senator. Daily ballots i out of it. Works
living Southern
t -- are disturbed at Copper
the south generally Many other: attractive rates.
and nightly caucuses,characterized by NOW, ,we will refer you to men who Mr. Bryan's government ownership of For further information apply to
excitement and bitterness continued of stock and i '
making money
are utterances. T.. K. McCALL Stills
almost to the end'of the session without do it Mr. Stringfellow, of railroad Manufacturers oi Turpentine
a j how ,they Daniel of Virginia Bailey of Texas : City( Passenger and' Ticket Agent.

result. Wilkerson Call his was third' ', Alachua county, Messrs. Chambliss do Watterson, of Kentucky,Williams,:. JAMES FRF.F.MAN.District and General Metal Workers.Old.
candidate for reflection of Marion county and they
; & Co., -< Mississippi,, Morgan of Alabama Pasenger Agent.
F .term.. Strong effort was made to I not depend 'on you and me to furnish men of note are
other public Jacksonville
and street
bat. him. He.. .was the choice of a' for their' herds. They fur*I 108 West Bay
--b I pasturage openly and strongly opposed iq the Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. _

majority of the democratic members j nlsh it themselves and they have better measure and either regret that Mr. I i through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

? and could have been elected in open stock and make more' money out Bryan put the idea in his show window wire will receive prompt attention at either' of the

wsslon at 4ny time, if 'he 1 had been of them. or condemn him for doing so. I following works .

: .',his parts caucuses nominee.. The ', Yes,one of theirs will bring more What effect these and other objections We
de'mocratic! -"twothlyd'rule," however 'than five grass raised cattle and the will have on so stubborn character N. C. SAVANNAH, GA'

';. stood In his way and until a caucus meat is fatter and more Juicy than Bryan, who generally crowds FAYETTEVILLE,

1$iwwlaation.could ba bad the.members ours.: Now :ryou%: Join ms.and'lets" ask the mourners as whether they approveor Have. JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE ALA

l:.. scattered Their votes In open; [Joint our representatives to pass 'a new not remains to be seen.-Orlando "

i\ ,$sessions of 'the' ,legislature"'to prevent fence 'law.- It will, put.a lot of colored StarReporter.The ,,-- .-

1, ; ia election.! The day adjournment. ''individuals o tof' business. They MovedTo tw' -'

'>.. 'was drawing, near when the Call followers commence the latter part of August Atlanta Journal __ wants the

decided to abandon the caucus catching hogs and they are not partic- legislature- Georgia. to extend the the New We Never Disappoint Our PaWs

'" and take' the matter in regular ses- ular whose they catch; i Western and Atlantic railroad to the .

.ion; ".'" the ,nnnn.qItlon detennin4upoa Stone Building Fulfill Evirr Prats I lid ,lust laW( ht vsrtaariesss
::! en "r------ sea. I witltottt .v. k i1. Mb oa=i*aa4
",>* ? a coup .d'etat and.fifteen or Hipple stole millions before he die North of City WE CM.8trtasw paba or drtwitfaa D.reary, be- *er**tsia.r.l*...t Maqt.Mt_mart I.eYlc BMe4.f Pedaaoor.d
tartthoaa >
:'f'tire members' of the senate enough appeared. i The Southern Cotton Growers Association MYV' r ,Yosttl..t7.and; aolitJD1I1aa'

:.:,ito.break. a quorum .of that body, abated wants to obtain. a charter Market, wherewe 01 Dr.hi VU a&at.a.16edlat 81 QeorII&Ca II roe aa tn&utsu.&U t =OUt UoIW If
":: leaving the .' to off and.stay two control .the du.i.. Dr. DL L I.hIJo" !assets
and. Bryan were go as to sddrasia
themselves for $100.000,000 so will be gladto \\bn. ,1a tM eoessuWq.s1st ......
sot Tallahassee took:to the woods, more years and return just before the price of the stap'e S t ...of..:aaa 'yeldsuadI75eou. II..,....
UtHa.lla of enmcsi due.era
old .... m sat
entatrms could not election he might, get the presidential 1 see our
ere 'the sea> 1l lid: '. leiN
,tl:thfem--thus, gaining for them- plan l Bryan has found the realization of Customers as .biGatdiG&lU4.1aa&l\Gal5-: +*--
T 1 ....
:elves tlle sobriquet of' "babes, ia the r his,theory in Nebraska. It is the one _trtvseeetoo.ato e+ UI.I a aa4 sdtatrrofs ws aster Cues t zlsaa.rss... 1M ....
sthe is were
.'ends." The theory was that although Attack' of Diarrhoea Cured by One state that has stood loyally by 'him.. welL general aocSera tri a.d M4 ...._at\eII4a&tII.. nnlarlJ aauurd cr asses

:'.1" 'remaining senators, might meet I Dolt era of and Chamberlain's.Diarrhoea. Colic Remedy.Chol-' for sixteen Jears.-16' to i public.The' .. 81D I01 o.oD.N .\2.',Wqt.Wt _1i.U&U4 1 .....MDtin.. """.*.iCiis,

-th.'t.the.'membenJ '()r the 'house. and. [ 1. was so weak from: an )attack of'diarrhoea brChI.tut.Oa.. ou Isms fOr Irt&U\t,dw ..t.v.rIo.Onvtele.--rroo ..
,the members.ofthe house. make that I could scarcely at The Apalachicola: Times says that totifloDtt.rm.atitmictcmats w1 a IIdI4 dIM.

I Joint,majority, It--would .still" not 1)e I tend tl'mydutte: when I took a. dose "turpentine and printer's ink." combined 'fly SST l!. CllllIIIIWSES.q -

Sl joint session' in contemplation ,6t of ,Chamberlain's Colic Cholera' and ought to elect a governor and II .lU4u
< ._. -IdMl
Remedy.. It cured me entirely f.Bo Rrdt.eei. Dret3t,1dlae.ei1 -
Diarrhoea "
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> life.aenate'met' anti.electelCail Got. I. heartily.regowmendrthls medicine 0." .og.aar ".e eo.y autan&,..ooa in.atty ." a nit!''..
<- : ; there 'as being the'best' to"my knowLedge The turpentine .market, remains W rite t rati, .bG.ctq. '$..IIlM},tot horse treserwa
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: t._, ;. -c 1 .... :\:; .. .r. r A Strong Appeal from SetteJrs 39;. & .
'f'. ;! Districts in DeSoto ,. ., ;
of I- '; .1 .. s! Drainage .
'Calls the BannervDown- : Says :jtteawnsp. qf'the Ever. Lee Counties.We ; L. have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent*

ii_ i.:' V ",gkdts) 'W &;Fertilize the Whok, .:of Nhuiarl .County.i J" Hand, 4;' want.or lumber to buy purposes lands for, farming, grazing)
'- the undersigned citizens 152
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- *b Appeals tor.the'Passage, )!the}Amendment.,. .t! ; Soto and Lee counties, living 23; Write to;
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B. '" 4- ft *tsa&- &sx'-.., 7 Caloosah&tchee river and its
Ii' .. to. oIi ."' :: ; $ ,t: ; J.
: d .: : -\ ;_.- -' ;. taxies, and own land*and farms
f;> / 80;
_ fT.aBe ; l'1j' Sept. 10,:, 1906. ion:',countypatfwpii3d,, beywonderfoll]r the drainage district naturally 55; REAL ESTATE CO '

Editor Frank HarrIs OciIa'Fla.'MyDear ; benefltted'-withlitttle'evergiad, e deep Interest In the, ;
"f' '
.Sir1: -was: aVlittle sur\ mncl Why,; C4L.}Frank,, }f- you ,bad i our lands, do most earnestly. OCALA FLORIDA.

\ ; : tie muckdeposit|from one township p]I the Trustees of the Internatl Burlson,

prised'trhen r,read m'the"1'Imes-Un-i. '{- -' of! the. ':everglades. ). /spr|ic1':over 4'.ar.. ment' Fund, to the, drainage '' Warriner,

olSon 'the ''following;;:;: -"The, rich: lands Ion$ ;'county_"_. h,you. 'could 1'," then speakorich f sioners, the legislature, and to Warriner;
: y
rv i ffff-f w s
|of::Maffontcounty need'W' drainage -land:' 'I'4meanpoor land would l voter in the:state of Florida, to Aultnian,

.- and caa a: be h'bought' or less per acre be'rmAde'** .rich, ,-''and*-*', rich" land' ;be every possible way, tn(, plans H. :Dyess, DINING ROOM?

than-" everglades' will- cost per acre made richer: .Supposeu .wouldsathat ; y, by the drainage commission to ) May, 5;
the climate of Marion county out 'the great drainage 7;- L. D.
for drainage And the lands in Marion
i would .the, climate of the make this appeal because our
everglades ,; L. H.
county/" will fertilize 'the 'everglades so far as raising sugar cane. are often overflowed, & &: ; J. J.. you Everything you need for it? -

Now, Col. Frank. what is the mat. and winter vegetables ,were concerned crops, our fruit trees, our 40; D. received some Fine Dining Room Furnitml
.just as well it to which Is very detrimental to
Marion ; might say ; as ; R. H.
ter with you. I know county
_ say that the; rich lands of Marion county gress and development of our ;' Le SUCH AS 1
Ocala in
pretty wed, passed through ,
would fertilize the everglades. We make this appeal because .
$47.When'a'.. boy then there was 2 1-2,; W. CHINA
derstand that it is
-only a log cabin among tall shady Well, 'Col Frank; wewont fall.out Thigpen; TABLES
these little differences of the drainage commission to 16 S. ,
trees; a lovely country' then, and opinIon ;
toak since that time I have 'known what I want us to agree upon 'is nently lower Lake Okeechobee. ; E. I BUFFETS and CHAIRS
lake! with its twelve hundred
for the constitutional Lucky, 10
'or less of the grand old county voting drainage

of Marion. I always enjoyed stopping amendment. If you,don't need( drain miles in area is the main Frierson, "[to show, them to you and give you price .;
our trouble, and we know _
age up there, we poor mortals down E. Hendry ;
T- the "Harris Hotel, a homelike,
-L j commodious hotel where everybody here do, and we need it bad. You lands cannot be relict*d from 20; G. ,M.

t felt themselves at home under the know when you visited my camp several fib wunless that great fountain 40; W. [ MIM
(Lake Okeechobee) so near us, mm.
t hospitable care of the host and hos- years ago at Fort Thompson. 40; W .

less. I have. known you since your you had to pull off your shoes, and roll"- mancntly lowered some six or C. V. ROBERTS. :".
_ feet. We mako this >
appeal !
earliest days of journalism, read your up your pants to get to my camp.Jts t Starving
we don't believe that the her
editorials: with much pleasure ,and worse\nowvery much worse, and
,3 never knew you to make such a bad getting tworser" every'y i,and sure- our state:>> understand our true ,t useless eat. Mrs. w
_ tion and that is they knew the
break before-such a mistake. ly you can realize how bad we need H< ROBINSON, Pre, .
I eaT'tbt ,\Col. Frank;'because jl Okeechobee lowered':shy or eight feet' ation down here where to death. Mar. J. C. BOOZER. At Ma, "

I- am :BorV'tnaM' can'hnd tots of ftand whfch{ 'the :s ourcejof our'trouole;? so much needed they would was so GEO. J. 8LITCH T.II"

Now, Col. Frank, I know your nobH courage the adoption ,of any I, could
in Marion county which needs drain- so wrecked
age. How about that Meadow Landwards characteristics of tenderness of .heart able measure to relieve the ; not

_ ,.$>a I'&tmdrtll geschemupto and honesty!of puL The ( here"'living! within the''draina-' We make this appeal ; with the
Fort McCoy where thousands of ge
-abnaraVererspent"'to draln'those'lowflat district ',are, appealing, .to..the. whole know that Is the ,appeal is .

lands lying between big Orange state to stand firmly upon, and for received no harm can possibly earth.cure 50

the methods adopted by. the 'governor any part of the state, but & Co., BANK
Lake at the Ocklawahat I thing I remember :
_ once legislature that and trustees to permanently lower good, but more especially to 8
4 Injtthv .. ,
-i Mr. Payne and- 'his attorney, ,I think' ake) pkeecho) : ee sad, especially the living within the drainage OCALA FL0.

his name. wasrmirrclieh: &::!; Anyhow: i Banner and all good periodicals and What has been done so far we evening, : ,
endorse. We are delighted to ,
journals like it't wield their influence
_ did my level best to get a big grant of ''
land for those gentlemen. for the purpose in consummating the great' drain that work is now being done.. ; H. Public Confidence is Evi-
I ..scheme.Col powerful dredge now cutting a. Rohr, a
of consummating a big drainage age
k 'scheme. Oh,' you know all about it, Frank, please ,pardon the familiarity on a bee line from the head of lady I I its Large and
River in Dade County, to Lake Du ln, a Increasing
letter I
within this ,
I am sure, but you had forgotten all every
chobee, and that another is r"r'railway, ;
about It. word is writtten with the kindest mdtlvesl Business
follow. We have the utmost The bride
Now, 'I am not' saying a word in : .
dence in and George a.t
-it disparagement togood old Marion Trusting that you are very well, in our governor I
trustees, and believe that unless L. at .tt
county, for there is nothing bad to the'full enjoyment health ind,pros '

_ say about her. How about, that. fertilizing perity. If ,that gubernatorial, bee vented by some forces which'are ,of Mr.

,business- ? I am impressed that razzes around your hat, just let him fronting .these officials the work city, -y

I a happy blending of, the, soil of Mar buzz," we want that bee to buzz be' consummated as soon' as : and '

lon county with that of the everglades, around just such level ,heads as you We feel very grateful to our 1 the of Fine Horses!:
_ to the
tore for the passage of a law
around devote shoul-
would be grand. I do not mean the carry on your \
plating the work now going ,
on i'r
rich clay soil of Marion and sandy derlJ.

loam, but I can point but some scrub Very truly yours, exceedingly regret that the number HARNESS HORSES. iu
terred'to has met such violent wedding
1 land and poor: sandy lime land in_Mar F. A. HENDRY. FANCY RIDING HORSES.
sition, so much so that its main guests s
_ L N tune that providing for a tax bride Y
GOVERNMENT-' .OWNERSHIP, 01 has destroyed they: solidarity of- thedemocraticparty lands to be benefitted "was I Good Horse Flesh Should See 0

_ +RAiLRO I : DS. :: _" and;erected a shad- to a United States court and wishes. \-M

:....' owin"-W8 reference"to the Mrs.
---- : government by that court. We believe and will put on the market two carload

Mr. Louis H. Enrich, a.member of ownership of 'railroads that law is an equitable one and .morn of which are well broken and suitable for any

-.''the.'great Brothers-.mercantilf Jlnnjrf the Eh- makes ,It almost- impossible,_."< for the be sustained and its provisions here with these horses may be seen'at the stable opposite]
rich New York, has juste : .
democratic party ,to "get together. ly carried out which while any of them may be seen by calling ca:: ""
"returned 'from a tour of :Europe 'and: It is 'a menace that is doing incalculable While we are poor men, we to visit arid farm 'phone 302. t W

in a. letter to the New York_ "World. '. Injury and, is. most unfortunate. object to this tax feature: The where. they these horses are unbroken, and on these I..ami;

says he .does;not see how any American and more wealthy land owners .. special bargain price These may be seen at}

,' after travelling in Europe, can The Turpentine" Operator's Convention to be opposed'to this tax and the la Wagon Works. ', .
favor government ownership of rail who went the .': t -
object to paying .it, while
| m"f.. Or.e'of:: 'the: facts b Bald. ,that The' turpentine operators of FlorIda ; ;
are certainly mere to pay' Ocala Fla.
impressed him most; strongly was the held 'their sixth' annual convention tax than we are, and should be ;
-inferiority of government railroads; at the skating rink auditoriumin :
to ,do so. We find also that the ,
-I in the of accommodations Jacksonville-thls-week. "': .
lot only lack I lature in the 'interest 'of '
offered but in the infrequency Col. R. F.. Rogers, of Lynne openedthe passed a resolution to amend held up that >A FEMALE COLLEGE J
*' and
and poorer service of the train. meeting with a prayer and 'Governor ganic law, to'be voted upon in .

.:.;' He says the rates ,are also higher Broward made the opening ad- vember election. We will \o allay TALLAHASSEE FLA.
: .- own. dress.A people Ed
"+ than our' Continuing. Mr Eh- that resolution, and weappeal ..
; ''." rich number of other splendid addresses holds
: '.. says: Pit '
,. ery man in the state to do the it
_ ; < is noteworthy that the best 'and were made, notably the address ofwelcome This amendment upon : IT EMBRACES f t r F1
as we I
j *.,the>' cheapest, ,European,,railroad ser,, by Chomwell' .. -- Gibbons and will clear the way for action and and' nothing College of Lberal Arts.
J exists W. M. foomer, I be all and
t- .'j vice In England under private cessful drainage operations. We School for Teachers
1 Majof>;f. (C. Hall -of this city, re- .an end
.. ownership 1n*counties like; Spain, ; lez the fact that the drainage II uJum. School of Music, vocal and in : J

where;both i government and .private sponded..." to the addresses ,of welcome clamation of our swamp lands faculty. Btnunental, Including pipe! or '

ir railroad >ownership prevails, the contract and re ferring'to'his'speech the Times. large and .expens undertaking I: of gan, new instrument
'is Union said:
.post striking superiority
our officials should be, clothed i 'who pooL School of Industrial Arts, in
: of the privately owned railroads "Major Hall's address was a little .
plenty of power. These I task for eluding Domestic Science and -

\ v stands, out in every detail. It'is,.safe gem. Concise, directly to_ the point, men holding the .highest power : fals, we Art ;

.: to say' 'that, under the,:regime. of gov, and rich In figures and ornamentation, in the gift"of the-people, and all spirit. School of Expression.
emment-owned railroads, as exempli he returned the heartfelt thanks of vt
; can be trusted with their duties. who light ....... l
fled in Euroe ,today; it would _have the convention to all the cordial welcomes ,
us by means give it to them. hand that
been that' had 'been extended. contemplating entering
absolutely impossible for the number of acres of -land we is a'most the College this Fall should fi
t' United States to have reached 'its'. "When he closed his address the room. Session begins Wednesday Se-
set opposite our names.and the that genus a
present industrial development. convention applauded him loudly"Hon. eight months. .
we live In, and will show that .. a man, 'a t
T. A. Jennings of Pensacola, detailed Information write to
fact government ownership is not.belCng'to: .that class of big ve
deterrent In Take' also responded to the address of .
nearly every field. owners and land monopolists.
welcome and made a most excellent A flURPHREE. Pres.
the *
; telephone. The cost of the ser- are common laboring men, 'S .g

;. Tie is considerably, less 'in Europe. In address. fruit and vegetable growers, cI
''a France and telephone conversation The labor problem is the most mOmentous raisers, merchants and

F costa only three cents.. And yet any question that is confronting and as such we assert our pero Is hereby

...JNew York business man who has I I the naval stores men today and this and: appeal to the Integrity and of October

tried to usee the telephone hTLbn"donor ..question is being,.faced..and,Discussed gence of the whole state to join of t

; Paris must have.felt ,that J ,con :at this convention and some solution sustaining the great drainage" to the .

,i sidering" the, difference In service' >>* .of. the question will. be reached. Most respectfully submi t of the I !

I f would, gladly prefer to pay the New. :I:' Dr, D. M; Boney.- the eye.specialist, F. A. Hendree. 3zu; F !?.- of F fie

York rate rather than submit to ,such :has the best equipped suit of offices 4w; W. T. Hull, 230; K T. vouchers

i ,, European .service; even, if .offered free :in .the state and. the fines list of instruments I. E. Buser 838; S. E. Ward 10 as
;' of all charge whatever. Such service G. Hand, 30; F. 'G.. Miller, 20; Florida K
for find ;
_ l giying"reUef' to;the eye Shield Brand Shoes i
.make, business here next to Eauleraon. 160t 0. H. Miller, 44
I that is to be had. He not only 'has place to trade
x impossible. Asuredly there are many patients from all Florida but A. Miller, 37; W. R. Cason 80; because wiz
.over ;
evils in thes : sold
: ,. field of American rail QY reliable merchants
from djo1n1ng"'states., 'Why Because _____-
-- -,-. ,'but"the and of-American railroad these that he'does work for are bis 156 sure to ask for
operation cure.offered by Mr. -
references. He : satisfaction
: Bryan would be infinitely worse than .
: the disease or money: refunded,#'Remember. Wan King $3.50 Shoe

"' .Ehrlcb your eyes are"very delicate'mmbers; ,
., )Ir says that the republican '< and
', be. life would amount to litttle wjthoVthem. Everyone to know that The:Wr J. Chambers Shoe C you will.get your
party should fromrpdwer ,
: Can you 'aJIord to Jru in i worth. Made in 37
onthree counts- .vU:, Firstly, because t1thfm .to,supply.your-wants:{ -
to travelinpectaele] sellers! Dr.Bcaey all the "
of '' popular
;: its'njWtfcti to 'ihel'Filipinosee: Fashionable
r i,: Ohdll'r )mouse oi'lilseckle8a estrovaH has tw I/diplomas and i4ametizttei 4 d Footwear Patent Colt,, VJci,
of.theAmerican.Assdclattonof !
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fiance: Tbird1y :aAd'rmatn. ly; ,Decauorlts' e ,,, m :glue! lOt is Shoes you wanttW have them h **! 1 st>*- ; Box Calf, etc, .
," Gpticjaas-'leisfD! i are. {
adbeslen:t ttAat eoarce.ot'alt s from $lJ50to$6.p0.. In .M n's, ladies' and children we:.
Lary tulldiih Qcala, 91#.dMrt
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) :" economics illiny--tlae.' .- .'Y.r so- -'called, ;-;.pw: ,fi'| can make-' pricesihatJwUt, interest you Wet also,,:have..a Riser Company a
'tertlveeystem*!," ., ....-.*H'J1X: $.-" _. an;returned.Siom-Europeitoa i Gent's "Furnishings: Dont fail 1t to, givevus" : (actuien S1i

:. \hrickw-S. ,that.Mr*Bryan: may, ;* Itally'naltedSiuattT4* Within+ i Ji' ,'GEORCi Ela b rt

"fitt: "' .:inost'helpfulepablicau six ,Soura after.; e'l a 1&D Jeciy''lle": fiat!J W J. Chamb s Shoe -", tea,
.; '" ; .,_ ; Jl&ifu.TDat sd'this...ffand. Pal'tl..,.... :vr deoBen"1a. ia, ': _, ? _. .
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Neither''Sincers Nor .HO
.:Bryan is Cambridge:Wins' Over ,Harvard. Bryan's? UtterancesW1II, Force" the v JOE s.4' .: ." .
it -. Knowingly Consorts
t 'With Corruptionists. .. (;" Biq Crowds In 'fI tendalCe. Re-Nomination of Roosevelt and
: ; ,Stand Pat" Will be, the ROCICATIAKIA
I11' 11ttAMrooooro .
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'. Savannah, -Ga.. Septt. 8, 1906., Cry.
r Or Sullivan has issiiedatement.In
Special to, the, Ocala_ Banner -
-. reply tii it '. A cablegram< L from Putney,.England; New York Sept' .-In' the massif y v
'i attuk upon him and among SEASON IS .APPROACHIN!
-: things says: ; received here 'at: 10 p. m says Cammbridge' ;editorial comment upon.. the ( .
won Great speech of William J. Bryan at Madison
club' 'binquet
his Jefferson '
race today, over 'Harvard by .two ; Square Garden on Thursday last T
"at'Chicago, Tueid y*-'evening Epll t
gthS:WHan rc '1 des Ter aparts" there Is one side' of It that both the
J. Bryan again save .fit, toe ,were ,,: :" .. :.. -:- '. .
unavailing. Great' crowds witnessed press and a'larse part of the public
: the the' excuse for exploiting i the race, J.H.B. have ignored for the time being. It ,
ambition to convert the dera-

new" '. party. of the United States Is the Influence that the speech will ?:: 'Ocala: "' 6.

autocracy with himself on the tics and declared that on that .ground have on the future policy of President FlaAug., ,23.,* o '
his Is t 1 '
Roosevelt and This '
party.. now
alone he should be deposed.. '
throne. I. regret that, he '
so, ,as I would regret anyent "If Mr% Bryan thinks it wrong to a subject} of leaders discussion who among are-more thoserepubJcan' vitally To the Trade:' :' ; : '

or circumstance: tending to- make money out of politics," he says, .
Interested'' In the national than *
'discord in the democratic party. "he should quit making money Mr
In the state local welfare'of their EDROCK.
If portions of Mr. Bryan's speech Bryan has, not one dollar that he has or We have just placed an order
... organization. They are anxious to
ever made out of anything but politics.He .
anything, they mean that be ,
I '
know whether by 1908 Roosevelt will <<
14 rather Lave his own way titan tried being a lawyer and made .a
cause his party to be one of as advanced for a second carload of the West-
j. the demacrats elected to con- failure at It. He tried to be a news. enunciatedby -
ideas those Just
JM" ',or any other office. He has In. paper editor; but he was a failure at
Mr. Bryan, or whether he'will now
Illinois democrats who agree that listen to the men who have opposedhis ern Cartridge Go's famous shells
i fclm' in his opposition to me to "Mr. Bryan: discovered many years radical departures in' the past, ,..
j their ticket. If there are anyrat. ago': that he could make his political
remainder of his administration i iI
and make the
s in Illinois who are disposed I prominence pay He b a shrewd advertiser I conservative. The press and are prepared to name'prices. '

on his typically Bryanesque adIuany and in'this'way a clever business For .
ent spirit vof unrest, the craze for radical
of them unfortunately 1 man. He. has discovered thatso
found in congressional districts I long as he is a candidate for president men and measures to remedy the which mean dollars to Drop
r., economic problems of the day is you.
are close, but in which with I and a possible nominee, gifted and '
bound to subside between now ionicDrInking
effort we hate a good,chance to with the ability to weave, flowing sentences
1908 'and that which enters
';' democratic congressmen., Ifj 1, In well rounded periods, the the next presidential campaign as a us a card for quotations. : '

"districts send republicans to the I public will_ come to see and hear him. conservative organization pledged; ,
!s'national house of represents- :at so much 'a head. He Is in politics
to no legislation of an extreme nature. LANG SWAITZ &CO'
the democratic, party of the because it helps the gate receipts. is bound to succeed. The views. it ; ; e

will hare Mr. Bryan to thank. Like,.the actresses who ,have discarded is said, will be Impressed upon the ',:1- ..
the stolen, diamond dodge for the
! --' greater, publicity of a divorce suit, president. The conservative leadersof As an aid to digestion Only Exclusive Wholesale Grocersin; Ocala
Welcomes the Issue his party will urge that the addressof .
Mr. Bryan will quit running for president taken with .
.. .
,_ : a democrat, I regret that Mr. Mr. Bryan has committed the demo ;' "
and will politics just as after meals
'or ,
'' ,
a' Iml -ruln disposition has ocrats to radical 'men and measures,
itm, to'make such misuse of his soon as he discovers that some other and the country Is bound to accept Red Rock Ginger

ce; form of advertising' will 'bring more them In this capacity; that the president Ale is the finest, -THE-
the box office when he is
dollars to
insofar as Mr.. Bryan'ss banquet is continuing his present 'policy most beneficial of '
announced to on the stage"Had
Gapplies, to me personality I appear toward railroad'', and other corporations all home bever' Marion Hardware : ':

,? e the issue, and on that issue ,will only be looked upon as striv. ompany
+ Tetter for Thirty Years.I ,. It contains -
Bryan his ages.
to that '
Mr. thunder
np prove Ing to steal democratic ;
have suffered 'with tetter for .
fulness, honesty and sincerity years and have tried almost.countless the great mass of people 'will not accept neither alcohol nor -HEADQUARTERS f' 1' '" _

L:, sincerity which he boasts is his remedies with little. If. any, re the republican party as'a radical dope. It"is a pure, ',

; =-al asset. I yield to no man in lief. Three boxes of Chamberlain'sSalve organization despite his fights In that high-grade Ginger American Wire Fencing, .- t'
cured me.. It Is''a torture. It
.i .{adherence to ,democratic princl- breaks out a little ,sometimes, but direction. The party has, always been, Ale, ,not a pepperheated Sash' ;Doors and' Blinds / : ; -""
laid down by the great foun and'now what member,] ? : '
r; u nothing to what it used to do.-D. H. conservative, ,
i :.Thomas Jefferson. Judged by Beach, Midland City, Ala. Chamber.. of It may see from a reading'' of 'the; production Paints. Oils and Varnishes -

'a standard.. I invite comparison Iain's Salve is for sale ,by all' drug speech of Mr. Bryan how the attitude put up for profit. $ \ > -, .

democracy with Mr. Bryan. gists. m of the administration toward railroads Always be sure to Mill and Mining Supplies :. ;- ,
r Bryan has ,sa d, ,by' innuendo UNCLAIMED LETTERS. and'' other: corporations has almost get the genuine.Look ,, \ .; .

"-'I,:as an official of the Ogden Gas :squared with, the views (If thE+! : Turpentine Supplies, "

,any-! of Chicago have, secured Males. Nebraskan, many' may fail "to folio? Red .

.neat' favor' and profit by ille- 1. Adams Will, him In such channels. These reput for Rock Improved Farming= Tools.; 1 ;

,or corrupt means.. He harps on '2. Bratchen, Henry, acans' are going to' advise; him t+( Crown StopperSold GET OUR PRICES '

: oMtnectlon With the Ogden. .Gas 3. Bailey,. Robert, stand pat for the' next, two years in bottles= at aU .

B MT as if that connection were 4. Clark T .M. <. Ii They point out, that his railroad rat ,groceries etc.,and '

wpstable.' The public' press will 5. Homes* T. W measure and the suits Institute on draught at Y

'',.' 'that. the. only offense' this -cor- t6. Frankling. Willie, against' the beef' 'packers, Standan( all founts. Marion Hardware Company ;. .

: Ion ever. committed, was. to rethe 7.. Teuton .I. F.' 011 and' railroads, and the state legislation ,

of Among, record fo .
price: gas. my 8. Foster Will are strong enough -

I lies in' the company were Gov. '9. Foote George,"A. t the party In the' neXt national cam l- I __ __.._.,
;:: .
P. Altgeld, and'Judge Thos,, A. lO.Glenn, H. L. paign. f'y

:.of, Chicago. Does Mr. Bryon 11. Goodwin, Dr.: J. S. Manufactured by :THE RED ROCK .
j"Not :Well Worth Trying. COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida.
piigne, their' memories
J. C.
12. Glymp,
W. H. Brown, the popular pension ... -
13. Hall. R. H. attorney, of Pittsfield, Yt says; "Nextto \ ) ) .
Honest and Sincere. 14.' Hollandshead George, a pension, the best thing to get Is I _

],, :- >>r.)Bryan was not, honest and hepoV 15. Leynes, H. B. Dr. King's New'Life Pills." He writes: \JtWfll .
a t In splendid
y he commissionNelson "They kept my
sincere when andy 16. Mathla. K.. M. health." Quick cure for headache, i-_ __ I : '- ,
[" Thompson Dunlap 17. Mekin, Eddie. constipation and biliousness. 25 cts. e'

-,,' ({purify' Illinois politics and 18. Roberts, Wm. Guaranteed 'at Tydings *& Co.'s drug i PayYoti, !II! D

morality as his motive.: Henot.truthful 19, Robinson; Will,\ store. m

', when he stood-up In 20. Rugg, R. H.. fe

0.' Tuesday evening to explainIposition. 2L Starks, Wyatt, r You have any Real Estate
2? Surrency Alex, to sell, ,

e"', very. 'first paragraph In Mr. 23.,Timmons, Alec i

'a's speech on me and on the "1111t 24 Wilds,' Norwood .C. LINE. RAILWAY OR il c')

, t ftUttation contains a deliberate.un- 25. Woodward, Richard T.: You're thinking'ofcomiIJg -, 0 .,

Practically every succeeding $1195 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tickets IF .
1. Cobb J. J. to Florida for a home,
praph' contains either a deliberate( 2. Spuret, R- B. on sale September 29 and.30, Y

I a '.th,,or .equivocation of thethat 3. 'Wilson. Wylet, with final, limit. Oct. 7th. Exten-I I OR. _
the shifty, tlon available to Oct. 30. 4
we expect from _-. ': i-
_ling pettifogger. Females. $11.95 Atlanta, Ga. and return. Tickets You desire to ingest in any __ _

I ..r.[Bryan says:. '1 examined into' 1. Anderson' :. Mrs. Amadlc on sale October '9 and 10, IF' kind Florida property,

allivan's) conduct of the Spring- 2. ) .Tamar, with final limit Oct. 29. Extension ,
i r convention before f took part in 3. Boardman, Emmer, available to Oct 3Q TO SEE o :

1 Attempt to unseat him, and-at; the 4.-Cobbs, ZOI\.le,,,Mn., $23.75 Richmond, Va.. and return. OR WRITE tt 1 a ::

: i : a.convention I had ,In writing 5., Davi3.MMary., Tickets on sale, Sept. 30 and Oct. ,

|*uest. for his repudiation, signed' 6.'Fobs, Jessie, ,, 1.vith final limit Oct. 8. "

're.than half the delegates to the 7. Hires, ,Susie,. ; $20.70 Memphis, Tenn., and return FOUR. SAILINGS EACH WEEK -
; tlon.' That statement is not 8. Jones,' M. B. Tickets on sale Octtober,15,,16, 17 J. .,' BETWEEN s

Mr. Bryan knew It was not ,9. Johnson,, .Mary, and 18. with, final limit Oct. 30. ,

\Then he made It. Mr. Bryan has' 10. Ma'4iews.tNan,' Extension available to Nov, 20. OCALA. FLORIDA. -
with evidence. : Mrs. Cora, .. Jacksonville and New Y ork
'substantiated it 11.. Marshall. $21.15 New ,Oorleans, L, and return. --

12. Matbws," Mrs. Sallie Tickets on sale October 12 to, 15, t.Mercha'nt
Abuse for -Bryan's Friends 13. Marvan, Mrs. Elizabeth, Inclusive, with final, limit Oct.. 30. Jerry Calling at Charleston S. 0., both ways. '

:his Paris interview Mr...Sullllioes 14. Miller, Mrs. Willie, Extension available to Nov. 30. THE FINEST 5TSAKSHP3: CJ THE: COASTWISE SES7ICS.

Esteller, ,
on. "Mr. Bryan tok pains to 15.Moton, Mrs. $34.25 Rock Island,. III., and return. -

|:ibis personal certificate of char- 16. 'Myers, ,. Mrs. Annie, Tickets on sale October 6, 7, andS FHE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I INES I

.to four men then and 'now posfas 17. Putnam, Eyder with final limit Oct. 16. Tailoring:
18. Reed, Mrs. Della R. FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEENJacksonville .
purifiers of Illinois politics $34.40 Dallas, Tex., and return. Tick

, ant plead Ignorance of what be ''19. Riley Mrs. Candis, ets on sale Oct. 6, with final limit Ocala, Florida._ and all, Boston Eastern and Points.Providence _

.., |.dolng, because' he'said he, had 20. Riles, "Mrs. Rllla, 21 ,days from date of sale. s
Cary and? Calling at Charleston Both Ways
2L Switch Finest Imported
them for many fearS. Who 11.95 Atlanta Ga. and return Tickets :

, 'lthese men tM 22. Shoup,.Mrs. Mabe 7 on sale Sept. 12 and 14, with Domestic Cloths. SEMI .WEEKLY. SAILINGS. F -

r; Sullivan then goes on to de 23, Tucker Minnie final limit Sept 25. Extension Cutting SpecialtyFits SOl1thbouu........._........_: .............,......_.........-frsa LiwU Wart, Bsiti
24, Weaver, Mrs. ; 3;
one of the four as "an unconrt available to Oct. 30. 'Guaranteed. I r
felon,' who, by grace of 'the 25!. Wilcon. Mrs. Hcueretcr, $11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tickets Northb041UII .-..._. ._...........................i rOm foot ci Citisrlaj Strut, Jti eanli- 'F V -

Vof limitations, was permitted' '26. Wine, :Ianth1 on sale 19.' 20, 21 and 22, with \

'fond Mr. Bryan's'banquet Instead I 27. Woods Mrs. Alice final limit Oct. 30. Extension /J)(' ./ Clyde, St Johns River Line. .
1. Murphy, ,Annie E. "\ available to Nov. 15_ coim. _f
Ing stripes In the penitentiary //Pb4tltanJ PEED Between 'Jacksonville and Sanford
/ '.:"Stealing public fund"" Of' the 2. Tucker, Minnie, $38.00 Toronto, Ont., and .retturn. BY A .. R

s,' he says that one bought his A charge of one-cent will be madeon Tickets on sale September 12, BANK DEPOSIT: Stsppbj at F&Utka, Astor, BernIe ( Dew) an! Ia t arxaiiaU .

_" tton as 'judge in 1897 by :delivery" of advertised letters. 13 14 and 15, with final limit $5,000McHER R. R. Fare Paid. BEST Notes 'La&iings ca St; Johan, filrer. -
advertised number taken oa tuition.
$50' a head to the delegates Always' glva, September 24. Extension available and cheapest on earth. Doa delay. Writs A-dar. Steamer City of Jacksonville
mated him; that another Is when ,calling for these letters. to Oct 24. 6E08GH-AUBAMA BUSINESS COLLE&EueiL6a
\, CROM M. ire appointed to Sail u follows: Leave JackseaviUc daily except Saturday,,
aitlc. end of political bank' GEO 11.95 Atlanta, Gay and return.. Ticketson .... .1 ;, Retnnung,leave SaaJord.daily except Soooay a19O; a.m. t-ja p.u

I ,h' inages to keep in as 'a de- sale 12, 13, 16, and, 17, and ,and }MACKA "
,', ttory, for state funds whether says Sam To Kendall Cure,a of Phllllpsburg, 18, with final limit ''September South-Bound SCHEDULE Nortlt-Bou.. .=--
Read Down -
stration other available to Oct. Road .a
because the Kan.. "Just cover it over with Buck- 25. Extension
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e iaTa republican politician and len's Arnica Salve and the,Salve will 10. '. -
Leave ., JKboa\ .. ,'
3 30 p. DL l' ; Arrtvc .
..UF a democratic or _republican do the rest," Quickest cure for burns ..Seaboard Air Line Jacksonville to '... 845 P. m. w...... !' Pa>uka'_": __ Leave.. a. vo 01 Po L III
bolls, sores, ,scalds wounds, piles, ".. 300LD1. ___ ..uAstor .... :...:.. > .. .SJap.4 .
fourth, Is "the mileage steal salt rheum chapped hands Old Point! Comfort Ocean View; __....'-,.....,_....!it. Franc is_-. ..,_u Jp... ;
who still,claims that',he Eczema, Only'25 cts. Cape Henry. Virginia Beach, rrive. 8 30 a. IlL .. ._'M.......I' .: Sanford! ..- .. ". .. I ___ .. f J1Q .. lit
;sore feet .and sore eyes. FUNERAL 10 OQ L m. _. .. .., .. -Enterprise __ 00 .,. :
I his attempt to collect from at: Tydings, &: Co.'a drug store. Guar, ''Portsmouth, 'Va, and Moorehead :

lie treasury 'mileage that he anteed. m City and return" $15.50.. i, General Passenger'an Ticket Office;122 ,West Bay SL, Jubenville. .

'Iaecer 'sPent." For Sal. Washington, D.'C., $22.65.. Tickets on DIRinCTOBS.Have ... ,

Forty acres of Ana land' near Or". sale at Jacksonville only, -+-- i- F. M. IRONIIONGEZ,Jt?Asst. Geal Pasa. Agent,in: Wart Bay St,JackiOBnlle,Fla. ; v

Was Bryan'Money 'Made?' ange Springs. :Marlon county southwest,Fia. The Jno. Dozier Agent Ocala; W. W. a full stock of Coffins. Caekete W.Go COOPER.Freight'Foot ot Hogan.Agent.Street,Jacksonville, Fla.1C. C., P,WYa1.1., SaperUttwleBt. --s- ':

northwest .quarter of 12 quar-24. Condon', City .Ticket' Agent,Ocala. and Burial Outfits. ''lipt'ciafgiven to ;HAGERTY,Gen East a Pao.AgL,New York. CLYDE MILNR.Gen'I FrT Act,NR 7. -
Salltran the ofa" .4, township range
takes up part, ter Section
THEO G. EGER Vice President and General, Manager -
Burial services. .
> and make me an offer 'A G. A .
in which' taxed Se the land FU.I S. C. Boylstbn; P. '
; Bryan: ':A4drtI1 ,D.' ,C. Alexander Shaw, Embalming .to Order GeneraI'Offices Pier 36,-North River. Branch 290 Broadway,? New Yerk.SSLcr' _,

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:: IN MEMORIAM.' i :

'!UNWRITTEN] : WP'","' ,. ,- I YiOM N'S. EYES "Is .Ie
THE ; '
Died.August,SO,_ Little Wesley,; 1

London JEx-' ,child .of,Mr. and. Mrs."A.. J. Jones,;; "-'' f t'--r. W. t,. For

*itb of Fairfield. I, OCAU

: ,The Nestor of the Southern follows: "The, 1'be lltttle one, who was' but four I Short: Cotton Crop-Governor DeTHE B BUJih, _

.TM ',' ted ''Quite .a years, and, two. months old,- had been lighted With His Reception Jasper. Miss Jefferson Bell/fll "'

Before quarters. suffering with fever for the past
Kemants Speech. AGoodNaturdRpublicanSameInteresting
: on ; was on the three,of,four weeks' but had, -apparently ;; >
*. f and -'-'on Stories .* JI.f. .:f. sTallahassee 0
I s of the overcome' .the, complaint ;( .

can. Bar ;:Association.Tbomu formed a the morning of the 30th went, out, II< '

In the Vesti doors; to enjoy thet -freshetaolshrdludors -- "
.September 7.Reportsrecelve4 in the state departoeat : t
the fresh air. ; of :
: W. T.. Stead to enjoy ,
_J J. Kernan of'.Baton Rouge' horses, cattle or ; agriculture'. how that the cotton crop of Florida will be fifty per cent short-. .
seized. with -
Aniericaa an, old He was suddenly severe :
La., made an address before the tion of to the house this year owing to the continued rains. As one planter expressed ftcrophas "*$. .
neck-and-neck pains I
Bar Asoclation which has at of the live.stock.. to weeds," that Is the stalks have grown to excessite stafiV so. j
court,.of the was promptly: put to bed. gone ,
treated .a Boo4 deaf of gttentton..The. presumed to be calledto the expense bf'bloom' and bolls. The cotton season in this section U iai<4sually ,
hailed the great Dr. Gatrell .was Immediately) q
fact that the speech from : Law 9,-In 'all Scarcely cotton Is yet ready for picking this the upper
hours of 7 the case and discovered that congestion : late. any ,
Louisiana probably had something, persons against
of the bowels had set In. cotton belt.
of a hundred ,
do with It; for the Impression is very '
Mr. Bryan's All that medical skill could do to .
general that the unwritten law so liable and can Broward and Comptroller Croom returned Sunday from Lak
of them was counteract the effect of the malady Governor
called prevails .more generally. southof bllity only by a. spoke on the drainage Of the ewi.-
where the governor'
and Jasper,
ess-lI e.Mr. proved unavailing., The lltttle. one City.
Mason and Dtxon's'Une. It may be preponderance. of themselves gratified by the cordial
in one hour the to large gatherings. "They expressed as rcepUon'gJven'them
and each passed' away from\,
the occasionfor
that it Is' merely because Law 10.-In of' drainage In Hamilton and Columbia co
callers was time he was taken: sick.
_ it ,occur /mbre frequently. *there, ploye against ; .
or minutes In behalf of, the bereaved parentswe ties
but let that'pau..
injury I
the. desire to sincere gratitude s
pageboys express .
Mr. Kernan's ,subject in full wasTThe ages unles the > Marshal Thomas F. McGourin, of Penwcola, stopped oral
to to'all who, so.generously lavish. United States
carry up ,
A Unwritten Law, or .IawtessRights proves want cf indicated at the 'capital on his return"from, an, official visit to Cedar Key Ias#
'" He the visitors ed their: sympathies as by a day
and Lawful question Wrongs.wheth reasonable Mr. Bryan's the many kind acts in,paying the last week.' Mr. McGourin Is one of the leading republicans of the state and Is also'' .:I

S asked the significant cases, ", the.. It was sad rites to their deceased boy,. one of the most thoroughly.genial and admirable men. He has a number Of /" .j

S. er we .hare .in :America a.. Jurisprud' be the pitiful engage We also desire to extend to the friends'among the state officials here and always makes them a visit, although; ::- ;
( well
ence lawlessness as as a jurisprudence tiff the s min parents the. most profound sympathy he says It makes him feel badly to see all these comfortable offices filled .1t10. .jt

_ of law for. :: it It is is hard a very to ominous see the ability of the ; man of let in this,. their hour of affliction and democrats, "arid we poor fellows on the outside with no show at all ;.; '
how jurisprudence of lawlessness Most of these of the Ex though,,all that was mortal of Little "Wouldn't you rather be on the outside looking ,In, than on the tnsdi1 ;:'

_ and one a of law can flourish side by but the ninth : presence of Wesley has been, laid ,to. rest, his looking out, when you think what we have ahead of us!" wa the reply exV :j1 _

side One of the other, 'must prevail i inal. matters: -. of .the Unit spirit iis; now with its geratest friend pressed Interrogatively: "Well, I believe I would," was his answer. 2 %:i

in the end. and meantime one must here everyone eye Mr. the One who;.has saId '"Suffer Little Mr. McGourin is amply proportioned, a big, good looking man to whom : .

I be regarded as higher than the' other. enforced, all of suggestive .of Children .to Come ,Unto.He, and Fore the term"of "commanding appearance" aptly applies. -:: }::

Mr. Kernan said! 'that he' was;convinced have more great statue bid Them.Not for of Such .is the King :

_ that such jurisprudence of lawlessness than the statutes : careles in dom of Heaven.'= SurveyofGeneral Charles 'H. Parlin,, Mr, McGourin and 'several friends :} f;

really existed. ,It, is,neither legislative provided for face is "One. little; chair is vacant, now. were, discussing the Florida legislature on the Leon porch after supper "Sams

nor judge-irade lawlessness. lated by ,Mr. ,. 'and from -'1'is. tenderly laid. aside; Floyd,.used to ,tell 'a story of ,an Incident that happned while he was In the if.:

It Is in flagrant violation. all statutes l late to the bald head a One little head is"missing ,now legislature,"' said'one of the party. "One morning a.certain member who had '.:t 1'

for the higher law; It has its ofenses.ther. flood his It was its mother's pride- been out on a spree"all night came In'and took his seat near mu and went to "

base in the public opinion of the communities known that the an actor 'One little tongue is silent;now,- sleep :with 'his head on his desk. Some 'measure was under discussion. A >.

where it Is enforced, and I.that Is generally manager:, of We ,hear not, its childish glee;, member sitting 'next to. the man asleep rose'and made rather a fervid speech :

has all the certainty that a constitution complete proof Is of persona Ah but one little soul is fraught against the measure. Reaching,'a climax In his oratory be struck ftn att ,.

and statutwcould.give it 'Mr.Kernau first ,which : only the with ,Joy, tide and saId: 'Mr. Speaker, I want to say'to you that the people I represent s

un&rtopR/tb ':,i formulate this "mob law," is_ the ; -the boss From the Man of Gall1l e. are poor, but honest.
law and this :hew decalogue, though .there are the moment "Roused, from his slumbers' by the; last sentence the sleeper arose, rubbed -

.1 somewhat long, Is ,worth transcribing. mobs have his mouth it THE SOUTH'S, MARVELOUS his eyes ,steadied himself against the seat and said with drunken emphasis

_ It U u follows: ,The mobs On the ALK. NTAGES. "Mr. Speaker 1, just want to say that the people the gentleman rep.*." t
I lay and laches Give free reign to your imagination "
Law I-Any' wan who' commits policy or the resents, are in a bad fix. i

r rape upon a woman of chute character their methods of Bryan is 3 and let .it. picture the future, of a .It.Is. needless to add that .it was several;minutes before order was re-

shall,' without t i&l' or hearing of are of the. the_ diplo section which has one-half of the stored in of rep esentatlva. f

any kind, be instantly put to death more .mistakes_ minister, iron ore of- the United, States nearly

_ by his .captors,: or other. body of''respectable rectify. them. i woman and three ;times ,as much coal as GreatBritian Mr.-'William Carroll, editor of the Monticello News and cartoonist for :'

Kernan insists on only have Germany, and Pennslyvanla the Florida Sun since Mr. resignation the notables seen '
citizens, not less.than ,three Taylor's! : : was among
!E' number; and they shall 'nave the tal righf of ev r ,, Five combined, whichholds, a worldmonopoly at the Leon recently. Mr. Carroll, won distinction in his work several years ..'

right to determine the mode,:of execution have Afairtrial., Mr. Bryan' on cotton pfoductIon'and is, rapid"; ago when he was cartoonist for the Cleveland Press and the Cleveland Plate ,

which may be both cruel'and at, defiance", and ,one that he' ly becoming; a:' great cotton .manufacturing Dealer. Hiswork on the Sun is excellent. His cartoons show an ability to .

unusual, the constitntiunand', lawa of educational of the '"sil : center, 'which dominates$ the !,' portray the idiocycrancies of .the great, with decided point and talent. "How ";

I_ \ the state and to the United State,to What, is the : phosphate rock and. sulphur, trade' of'i' I am :ever to do all the things I am expected to do, I cannot say," said :
the world which baa much of the'
the contrary notwithstanding. deterring 'from Mr Carroll "As.mayor of Monticello I am; expected to run things for thtJ.
rich oil territory known which has
Law 1-Any .man who commite says that ", town, edit the News, draw cartoons for Claude L Engle's'Sun and look Ittli
BY BRYAN. one half of the standing timber 'of
adultery may be pat to death with impunity monstrated that the pecan nursery of which., am manager?"' ,

: by. I(the...injured, husband; //who deterrene' effect" platform the' country which, produces ,all the I t

hall havVthe rightto; .determine the make under:the' 4''d"7 sugar all the rice' most of the. tobacco Speaking of Monticello reminds ,me ,of a'story told at a card party last h
to thous-
and adds to these ;,800,060,000,
__ .. mode of execution it ever'so cow equal to the ) winter by a pretty Monticello girl ,who was visiting in Tallahassee: ".
at .Mad bushels a year of grain; then .think
ardly. crime, thereby "There ,are but' three Thursday
of its
water powers Its'splendid '
x Law 3. -Any man who seduces an brutal facts ; marriageable men "and sixty girl,.But these three are very nice to us girls"':"
by rivers, its great seacoast its expanding '
innocent girl may, withouta, bearing; quires to be :'follows she added. "Whenever there Is a dance or party in town, these boys take their
commerce and remember that
_ be shot or stabbed to death by her, have trials which hats: and go, down the streets in different directions calling out: 'Everybody
pro its cotton-'
or any near relative of hers; and if kept secret.. to The crop annually ex4reeds that's going with. me, come on/ and the girls swarm out in bunches of heat
ithe 'gold and silver
_ deemed necesary by the slayer,;'such' peal and the / production to,each man and so we aU go to the party
for .in of the'world and that .
: ; ..
executed. every -
shooting or stabbing may be done in once, '
war. or dollar,tot gold mined is -
h the back or while lying,in, wait thought, of these on earth .not.
_ Law 4.Any man who traduces a some of which enough to pay the south's.bill against F PIONEERS. I

L it is > employed for Europe: for'cotton, and you will ;get,
1I -
virtuous woman's character for chas quite -
against a faint conception of the future.-
City may be shot with impunity by her ion that lynch_ : '
Baltimore Manufacturer's .Ree "r 'f_ Forget not yet, forget not yet
her husband relative but Such seems the' .
or or near
once we were
dealt with ; your peers;
the offender must be first be given an from the Remember the world '
BANK STATEMENT. though forget
opportunity to deny or disprove. the nectton with the constitu Report of the condition 3 We
the of the Central were your pioneers.
charge or to' retract or apologize. ,ing. National
congress Bank of Ocala. at

Iw (.-Any man who: kills anotherIn It 'worthy of a few .,.Ocala, ,, in the state of Florida,. at the .,: We braved the fever swamps by night,

i;' a fair fight shall not be found nan approves of of its memo close of business, September, 4, 1906. The deserfs heat at 'noon'; -'
guilty either of murder or man. makes a mortal "!'i 's i
Resources. :
later Dollars? We wandered, lost to all men's sight,
_ L laughter, but must be acquitted.' event a blow, Loans, and discounts p .. 49904.77 \. :. Beneath the wan white moon. '

though he be tile sole aggres' .or., thinks the the constitu U. S. Bonds 'to secure'circulation ;'

Law 6.-The survivor of a .fatal but that proper the Fed .. .. .. .. .. ... 12,500.00 :. When, In_ the burning noon of day,
if the duel idea has been "
must .be
duel acquitted
; '
an income Premium on U. S. Bonds .,' 296.88 CI.U 'J _: The forest-wind blows sweet,
fairly to the abuse should be
was conducted according Furniture l""'
and fixtures ;' :. ,5494.20Due Forget not us, who made, the way .
_ time honored provisions of the code In what are '
of honor enacted In of all from National -Banks < : : 1t: Smooth ground beneath your feet.

ac (not, reserve agents .-.- .. 48814.90
Law 7.-The lie direct and certain of .doubtful .
words equal 's findings. Due from state banks: and ; '"fl We'dug the wells we may not drink,
other well epithets to
opprobrious -
bankers.;;,. .. . .. : 11,458.74 : The gold,'that buys not life;

'' which constitute' mortal Insult an assault Injunction." Due from approved reserve ., -Spent In the forests heart we sink,
are each equal to a blow, and any of frequent, and it '
to be con- agents ?- ? .., .. 18,384.14Checks r.ysr. ; Forgotten of the strife
them justifies an assault. to seek. out n and'other cash items' 94.65 t., : r
Law 8.-In prosecution for stealing them.- '
Notes of other National
con- \ Though. we be old In death and toll,
from Banks .. .. '.. .. .*. 509.00 Fallen and fafnt with thirst '

t ANTHuNY. him much 'lu k. campaign Fractional/paper, currency ",i.-.r'; While ye shall reap'the easy spoil BYe

Mrs. .Florence 'nickels and cents .. .. ., 70.27 .. shall' not'be the first

j. Special Correspondence Ocala..Banner. Jacksonville eradication<< Specie:; .., .. '.. .. .. .. u'. 8171.00

S Another week has rolled around stay there. Redemption fund with, U..-S. ,..Ye shall .come after, but no less, ,

and not much news of interest but The writer had 1&l clause treasurer( 5 per cent of ,- 'L> : No' man can take our pride;

will write to- let- the people. '" ..know we tending,the.- Blue 1 I circulation) .. .. ?.' ,,* ... 625.00 ," ,: The first that broke the wilderness

_ are living. urday where she for the For that gain's sake we died.

_ Mr. Albert Griffin, youngest son of much. in two Total *, ,. .. .* '.4. .156314.55 ; '"

Mr. .\. R. Griffin of this place left Mr, Clarence Liabilities Dollars. 'J The., paean of our triumph yet

Monday for Atlanta where he sill tr ated'the crowd for corpora. Capital stock paid in .. 50.OtC.00 Runs' ringing down the years; '

r' take a business, course was appreciated -' com Undivided profits, less, expenses ; Ye. have the fame, but ye! forgot

; )Mr Carl Priest went up Mon'daylo Messrs..., John, ,:and taxes paid;. 3,737.14 'J We were 'the pioneer

.I x parts unknown. It was reported he son Strickland, use of the National Bank notes out, -Ethel Talbot In Sunny South.

bad cone to Atlanta It must haveS Sunday. : lines to standing. ". .. ....-.. k. 12.5Q9.00Jndhidual .
Mr W.\R. .., -
been a mistake for'he arrived at Anthony endeavoring deposits subject. ; I'

Monday noon. C. A. ,P. often andfamliT ,are of com to check .. '... .S . S8.544.0S ,. :' The War of the Future. One Friendly Newspaper In the

takes such trips. week They will, Demand certificates of deposit The remarkable development of the "Enemy's Country."

Mr. DeWitt Griffin ,left for 'Daisy time.Mr .tariff, with .. '.. .. ... .. ....' ., 650.00Certified the war automobile :and' other dirigible "William J. Bryan is the great exponent
and Mrs. president -be .checks.. .... .* T, 883.33 of the peaceful revolution. His "
Sunday where be began his duties military airships and'fighting
tain a number the free) list S --- the disciple of Thomas Jefferson '
fts teacher at that place. machines<< to in -
their home those' ,made Total .. ., ;. .f .155,314.55 be. used the next great and of Abraham Lincoln in his .

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howell entertained give a pileau .and war between the, powers provide a spreading the gospel of 'equal rights _

__j t quite a number of their frlend's"st give an account and man- State of Florida County of Marion subject of most thrilling and fascinating to ail special privileges to none.' He I t

___ Thursday evening with a chicken .Mr. Robert with ss:' interest.It Is consistent valorous and militant

plleau and after the plleau the crowd Mr.. Chas. management T.T. B,,Brooks, cashier of the above < Is. predicted by military expertsof in his spreading of the propaganda'

went out for a moonlight drive in a seen. In our town state terri named do solemnly :swear that all 'nations that the war of the of the people. With Lincoln, he

large wagon and had a delightful Doggie"has" the above' statement is ,true to. 'the tutur ;il! necessitate A 'complete stands 'tor a 'government of the people

'.-. time so we hear. know. the little- best' of my knowledge and belief., change In the military,tactics, due to by the 'people and for the people

Mr. Foster Proctor and Mr. Will was ,annoying.. J... B., BROOKS' Cashier the. introduction ::6f these tearful engines / and declaims for the destruction

Swearigin of Pedro were callers in from Subscribed. ,and,sworn'.to before. .-me- of' destruction.. root and branch of 4 government of ,

vur vicinity last' week. In politics, as 9. c.,-Wants this 6th; day of, September. 1906 In neat !Sunday's, 'World! a United trusts by. the, trusts and for the ,
Miss SaUle Leitner'
entertained a of Mr. A. EL GERIG States .omc
the standard.. : army: : :who was sent 'to trusts. -.,
few of her friends Tuesday(night,Evryone (seal Public Manchuria
.. however he' : : member .' Notary by this government to "That Is why William
J. Bryan I*
Jt had, a delightful' time as ?v.erj Intention, who | 'heard from My commission' expires .October" 22, make', ,observations, ,at the front during acclaimed today the
DOst popular asTell
OM'thls hone., '
arionconti; < the fighting the
_ H. W."Although. between. ,Russian as one of the tethU
Mr. George Pasteur.., j Jr.:, has.. given Correctj-Attest:, 0'; and .Iapanesearmies greatest mea } >
how the glorious "_ '
op his, ,poWon.. In GainesvIUek, .He no' ,13ALG- country of ours. K G
1I'''for.any 'Jw- S*, ,: war of|the future wilT fee fought-with York News.'
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".oioocco. eiows. the hot houses in ,the gdv 'c State .. [ ;t'of Florida.: : & Circuit of Florida In and
-. propagating- gardens. The ; District I-Thomas F, West; Milton. i "Whereas. William It Tisou Las Tampa Jacksonville- 'Ra1lro d .Co.., .. ) for Marion County-In Chineery. .

CUBAN TOBACCO CROP WILL ineut numbered 702_ plants, a 'very District 2- John S. Beard. ,P nsa- filed with the board of. county commissioners ,A Corporation Organized and. Existing S; .

: .C ,RUINED-FLORIDA' WILL of which will be lost.. : for Marion county, Florida under tne Laws of the Clara_ Berry*Gordon. ,Complainant vs.
cola.District i hIs application' for permit to sea LIquors State of Florida vs. ElizaA. .David L. Gordon. Defendant
I the consignment -Order -
'I was-a list of John. NoeL Westville,
'A ar ? ?" j1 ; Wines lcDonald.'Not1ce.:
s / 1* > a 8JldBeer..m Election for Constructive Service.It .
: : WINDS. names? of t hfe plantswhich S. has il ; Districts, 4-Th op., West, Harianna. [District No; ,One of..said county and .oft Condemnation ': ? is ordered that the defendant .

) I. ;,..;."t.: en, ,' d::&sl-t- .publfr1l'c ..,. ; _Dlstrict 5fg: J,, Alford, arra ; ne.JistrictlFP .state; any person of such election district M ,Proceedings.. herein. named. to-wu: David L C*>

ment, ..but! 1s is., ,: :COnfidently : k' Ml Trammell, may; stoVgcause/sIs any there Noticells:,hereoy given that to all don, be' and he is nereby required
i,_ to the Ocala 'Banner i that/Ros< -" l.kone.' 'I of thei'Chamberlain's .*?' W "if f be, at the meeting: the board to behel&on'r persons|interested in or having alien" to appear to the bill of complaint la
D. 12.'ItsI1 ; ,41v ::: onlthe folowing described property this cause on or before '
: ,Whiagton. .C.Sept.. District'8J'Ohn'
,* W. Henderson, Tal Monday, the first day next situate, lying and in Mar-
October being the
blows Monday, first day of October 1908.
wind that nobody good, Cough Remedy One
.. why such permit should not be grant. ion: county Florida, and more particularly Sit is further ordered toat a copyof
'.-'.!" tn old saw; and, :lIe"iI.ves For- the many'.Bet on the 'Chamb Market. District.W... K. Jackson, Inver- ed.. I. described' as follows to-wit: this order be published once a week

: "Mjr Lady Nicotine" the world I Cough years (seal) S. SISTRUNK, A. part ,of the ,southeast quarter,.of for; four consecutive weeks in the'
has .
Remedy constantly ness.District Clerk of the Board of County ,Com section fourteen (14) township thirteen Ocala Banner
to the In- a published
tMC',hue just cause regard in favor and popularity until it is 10-0. L. Leggett Green- newspaper
missioners, Marion County, Fla. 9-7 (13), range twenty (20), being aright In said'county and state.
.-t1on In Cuba with fear and one of the most staple medicines
: I of way one-nundred anti ti! (150) f ITnis :2uth. day of August 1906.
.. -bUnr. American tobacco. growers. use tended and has enormous sale.- It is District 11-James E. Crane, Tam- NOTICE OF PETITIONERS TO I feet wide, seventy-five (75) feet. on (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK

I 'ie "sunny south" are likely to.reap lung diseases especially, such for as acute coughs throat, .. "' ADOPT CHILD. J each side of the center line of the Clerk Circuit Court. Marion county, "
7ii harvest in A' : 9* '* "V 3lf & f Tampa and Jacksonville Railway Co. Fla. By Geo. C Leitner D. C.
A consequence.
and croup and can>lways-'be District 12Al Wto unqMallpry.fjMstrict +-. To..thePubUc:' ;f. $ f [as' it is now located. The said cen' R B. Bullock Complainant's
< Solicitor
tent more deadly In its effect ed .upom.. tlt; 'ls? l asaD.t and* safe IS-F. LHndsonMtimLD1rict..i4F. -: Take, notice that'ontMondayithe.Jthday : ter line begins on the north line of : 8-31
the. tobacco industry could not take jand is undoubtedly the; best> of October.fAJD. the :
eft .4ConU JakelCity. ;,1906, on as soon [ said southeast quarter section;
:. bite been chosen for the 'uprising.Save the it is market'for the purposes'for 'District S.So.--_ 15-J. 'B. Crews"Lake But thereafter as we may* be heardwe; I eight hundred and eighty-two (882) '' NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.

'. of the choisest tobacco in the intended. Sold by all will file, our petition for the adoptionof :feet, north eighty-four (84) degrees -c, Notice is hereby given that under -
f gists m ler.District an infant child Joseph Valzana, i and twenty-six (26) minutes east and by virtue of that certain final -
w,fld is raised In ,the PInar del .Rio -Thomas S. Davis, Fer- with the clerk of the court for Mar- :from the northwest corner. thence decree rendered on the 28th day

;: prMloce of Cuba, where the revolu-!- S Two Pretty Florida Towns. ion county, Fla, fifth judicial circuit I i south twenty-three (23) degrees and of July, A. D., 1906, by the Hon. W. 8.

t1eIzts are bolding forth ..with anear&estness Lakeland is one of the most IDstrict 17-J.R., Newlan, Live Oak. of Florida, and win as soon thereafter" i eighteen (18) minutes west, twenty- Bullock, Judge of the circuit courtof 5

which makes it impossible live points on the Coast Line. It as we comply with the statute, pray i three hundred ana forty (23401 feet the Fifth Judicial Circuit of FlorIda .
sents a lively appearance and 18-H. ,"H.,._Beckman. Jack-. for an order from the' Judge of the i to the west line of the said quartersection in and for Marion county In
for the tobacco. to attend
growers .,. t.i S fifth. judicial'circuit court. and. containing eight and chancery In that certain cause pending
1 to.the pow fully ripened tobacco crop. new .cement block structure and !. Ditrict19Lewis C, Massey Or- FERDERICK B. KERVAN, [six one hundredths ,(8.06) acres, moreor wherein
City of Ocala
S is -
'" \ few day' more and it will be hope- surface streets it makes a :J' -. ->: ( > < IDA W. KERVAN less, to be and appear before this complainant
impression all who pass Norwalk, Fla., Sept. 7; 1906. 9-7 honorable court on the and C. W Morse, Jr.. Is de.
1,4 'lesely ruined. Last year's crop was District 20 D. H. Baker Orange fendant the
.... undersigned special master
1st day of October, A. D., 1906,
:: short because of the heavy raias in there. Surrounded by .a number: NOTICE OF APPLICATION( FOR same being, the first Monday in said appointed to execute the said degree '.

'..rthe' bland which not only ruined the ",- tlty lakes and with its fine,. PERMIT TO SELL LIQUORS, will, on
District 21-N. R. Carter, Levyvllle. month. and a rule day of said court
nhharvested crop but rendered' large tural shade, it is becooolng more District 22-W. M. Glrardeau, Mon- WINES AND BEER. to show cause, if any, why Monday, the 3rd day of September, '

arias finest'IbSaccoTTanda: ular every .year..with, the.tourists. should not be condemned and A. D., 190*. 5
of the unfit visitors.Kissimraee o.; .r.rr/: \ '.. 5'S "hereaz1Thomas! ,H.Keating,- do; takeI1tornsesUdpurposes'aq:; : : shown during the legal hours ot sale, at the
for tillage. This fact accounted, winter District 23-1. N. Withers, Lady- lag business asStrauss &T Company, by .the petition filed herewith, or else south door of the court hous

inlarge measure for the very satis-- has filed with the board of county to be barred of ail' right, title and In Ocala, Marion county Florida 'I

factory prices received for the American .taking on new lake.District 25-S. W. Clarke, Blounts- commissioners Fla. his for for Marion county to interest whatever in and to said prop (the same being the buUcSJg -
aplication permit sell
< ,
: product. Reserve supplies were these days. The county seat of & ?. ._ -...... ,. ', wines, liquors,band beer. in ElectionDistrlct1' erty. witness wnereof I have SIn hereuntoset ; now occupied by the clerk of the '
"" ouJlty one
and If tho ceola is of.'the most of saiu Circuit Court and other county officers .
very much depleted preeniCuban District 26-E. S.Cr111, Palatka. ) county and my hand and affixed the seal of
r< crop is not forthcoming at stantial towns in: the state and"' rpistricf1,27-Jos.j H. Humphreys: state; any citizen of such 'election said court, .this Sum day or August, of Marion county offer for said

,'I tito'proper time prices for domestic its growth is not rapid ,it Is. of ** 1 district may show cause, It any there A. D., 1906. and will sell to the highest and best
:: ; kind :that mal future 1. S be, at the. meeting of the board to beheld (seal) S. T. bidder for cash the following described
es a
: 'grades are likely to go sky high. The District 28 ,Frank W. Sams, New- onMonday property, to-wit: ;
Clerk Circuit
.S situation Is viewed with particular summer several .fine. brick -' -**--.; -V the first ,day. of October next, F, 31. Simonton'S .. South one-half of northeast quarter

S : 'anxiety by Washington cigar mannfa<|- hive been erected, new stores, District 29-E. E., Conova, Sander- why such;permit' should not ,"be grant.' Attorney for Petitioner. 8-31 and north one-half of southeast quarter -'
generaf- '" ;#"- ; """ ed. ".- .. of block "J" of Alredd's Addition -
and dealers.. whose trade dt been opned and there is a .
S- turers or'Tiro'srity and in :, 4. i '- (seal) .. S. T, SISTRUNK, S T' \ NOTICE. to Ocala Marion county, Florida or
; minds the finest qualities of tobacco progress District 30Franlc' ArdamsrJasper.Listrict Clerk of "the "Board"'of County Commissioners ; so much thereof as may necessary

': 'InTlarge quantities. Much of this town. Tampa Herald.S 31-Lewis w. 'Zim. St. Aug Marion County, Fla. 9-7 In Marion. County Circuit Court, Fifth to satisfy said decree and costs.

comes from the famous Vuolto Abayo j Circuit of Florida. '-S JOSEPH BELL,

district and if the Insurrection BATTLESHIP LOUlo.ANA District 32-H...IL. McCreary,,Gaines NOTICE Tampa and Jacksonville Railroad Co., S Special Master In Chancery -
,... ... T. E.
** -ww xr--* '1lt..t. :::: A Corporation Organized and Existing BIGGS
; S should extend to that province, the UP THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial under the Laws of the Complainant's Solicitor. 8-3 -

4 results are too dire for contemplation. .- Circuit .of Florida in and State of Florida vs. JacobS

:i Very litttle tobacco from Cuba bas Special to 'the Ocala Banner: House of Representatives. for :Marion- County-In Chan Stanley. aud E. W. Ag- NOTICE OF APPLICATION OF

1 been received by local manufacturers New Orleans, Sept. i2.:-The AIachua- T,- A. Doker_Santa Fe; Andross Williams S cery. 'new,-Notice of Con. '* LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S -
Complainant, vs. ;*
they that all States Navy Department has' 1... Carter '.Gaines iUe. Williams" demnation Proceedings. INTEREST IN REAL ESTATE.
i tbl!, year, declare appeals ; ; Esther Defendant. I
: for a fresh" supply are .vain. ,.. ed 1 hat. the Battleship Louisiana,. .Baker-L., C...Cobb,. Olust.- Order for Constructive Service.It Notice Ti hereby given to all ..Notlce is hereby given that on the

*... -' newest, and biggest war vessefin Bradford-E. S., Matthews, Starke; 1$ ordered that-the'' 'defen'aantherein persons "interested In or having a 7th day of September, 1906. 1 will apply

; If talk be cheap, the records of' thegovernment newest and biggest war vessel in 'Brevard-Wade .H. Jones, Titus- named, to-wit: Esther Williams interest whatever in. and to said property : to the Honorable Josepb BelL.
County Judge In and for Marion
be and she is hereby required coos-
; ; printing office-the largest December. 1 to receive the $10,000 S situate, lying and. being in Marion state of Florida his
?-t to appear to the bill of complaint.. in ty, at office In -
printing 'establishment .in; the ver service: ;; .given by> the people Calhoun-A. ,-Max. Wilson Blounts- this cause on or before;" countyFlorida'described ,. follows and more; to-wit particularly Ocala In said county, loran order authorizlng <

S world-show ,the. exception n,," which Louisiana, the value .of which wu. v to >** A" \j* A Monday, the 5th day of Nov1, iU6., A-partcf; the :east half-.of the north: me. as guardian of the minor

the rule. Approximatelj6.o&000 that of the New York. heretofore It is f urther ordered 'that' a copy of wes quarter and the nortl child to-wit Cornelia Olivia Slro-
proves Citrus-J W. Knight Floral City. partof .
: < this order be published once a week bhar, to sell the following property
: : a year are required to most expensive in the navy. Clay-J. B. Long, Green Cove for eight consecutive weeks in the east quarter: of ue southwest quarterof belonging to said infant to-wit:

this Immense plant, which is erable diversion was created section twenty-three (23), township One undivided one-fifth Interest in
; ru Springs.'t6lumbiarMrs'Knlghtr'LakeCity.. Ocala Banner .a newspaper publish. thirteen (13)), range twenty '(20), be- -,, '

J taking advit'thflummer ?!V bast""week" by the' statement- ; .-' ed. in-said.xounty.. ndlstateto_ 1n2'. A,. rl'ht".i\WAvnnA. ,.... _}mnil..iI...... .... ..nil....... block numbered forty-two (42) Old
-0 -'O- n I .v
--- --.5' --r ..._ .. .. Thisw4th.daycf.September..190v Survey of the city of Ocala, Marion ,
emenale 'from'tne bur aif --
; its
: ,4 recess to catch up with one 0' posed" ; L. Avant, Fort White. fifty- feeUwiaeKseventy-five (,?), county Florida said lands belonging, S
(seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, ,
S talk andS the' at feeL on each side of the center line
- 'of'printing_ congressional navigation that passes Dade-John W. Watson. Miami. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County to! the estate of W. J MeGrath, deceased -
.jo rnment records and'documents.. mouth of the Mississippi river DeSoto" -W. H. Hooker, .Arcadia. Fla. of the Tampa and Jacksonville Railway to be sold for the best Inter .
,. .- .. Co., as it is now located. The.
: T3M most im:IItant.1tems of cojvt, areceal ..- tooTshallQWfto} dmit the J. ulsiB: Dutal-T-lgLf Farris andjjS.10- H.. Mel,\ Si' "r By George .Leitn D. C. wit center line begins on' the north !est "of said minor child. '
which amout j i some\ drawa 26jfeef 3incheS1!! **,5. sr '*** Edn-Spen er,1 line.of tile 1 This August 10 1906.
and gas, wfcich l tacksorU1e said east half of the north- 'k
-: v s' srr-M ComDlalnant s AIftt '\ JAMES ;N, STROBHAR, :T
S ; ooo a year; but even Jjgjgaost loaded.. .socean-freIgbt vessel 9f l Escimb1a-Chas. .M. Coston. &-i westlquartor one hundred and thirty.- 8.11 Guardian.

: : 'wmlngly trivial supplies account for ing-severalafeettmore' than the L co1aM. 0BaggettTMcDavid. 1"1 j six :n-u/ feet soutn eighty-four (84). .5 4Adminsfrator'
degrees and twenty (20)) minutes westof
.;'=i eusads of dollars in the grand total. iana and having fifty per cent Franklin. F. C. Griggs, Apalachlcola. the northeast corner, and runs Notice of Final Dis
'" of job ink, em- in and out of the In the .gircuit Court of the Fifth Judicial charg u:
\4 About .40,000 pounds length. pass Circuit of Florida, In and south twenty-three (23) degrees "and -

S \ It Ii ing farnlsh ..and. jnany_specUI almost..daili..ihe..u.orJ... .rQk d I _Ga.diden J-1L..WUl1s q$ W.Jr.Taylor..Branchville..n .o. QUAtl..1 eighteen (18) minutes west twelvehundredand'ninetysevea 1) Notice is 4 frreby given that on the"f :1
: 1'S .(1297) feet th day of November A. D. the
: I kes of ultra.marlne'jOster-Nd-andl- I -1ndignatton and... "" .... : J .. ",_,. ..-.'5 ...t r_ '1'_ _L. ill n:.... _..'_. ............. thencesouth LMdegree3 and undersigned administrator ot the estae -
5- libel Inks for the finer work; and Progressive Union wired Bradshaw Jennings -1---- win -
r led Hamilton-John F.I twenty- ne (21) minutes, east twenty of John. W. Randall deceased -
towels and 12 demanding A. P. Stuckey, Complainant vs, "* present to the Hon. Joseph Bell County -, -
200,000 the Bonaparte
Intakes nearly of Navy ; L. G. Register, Jasper eight hundred a l sixty.two (2862)
: M. Townsend G. D. Townsend T. ,
A.I Judge of Marion cour.ty, 1orI4s,- ,".
i .fD.ri of soap to remove the surplus investigation. Congressman Davy, Hernando-C. Sf Wilson, Brooks- Mathews, Albert: S. Johnson, May, I feet to the south line of said norm- his final acountj and make final settle ; :
of the employees. in Washington east quarter of-the southwest quarter tlement and apply for h1- flnal -41).. '
iaiproin the New Orleans, was vi1 ", Jghnson, Sam.R.. Johnson, Oliver:Fort
5' t: S wJ and "containing "f rteenand three
: ch&rge"as administrator of th* said ,
;-i laundering of towels alone, costs a visit to the navy department J? Hnisboro-. Wi K Decker, Tarn LJziejohnson, Flower Johnson, Lena tenths (11.3) acres, more ,or less, to estate. P. T, RANDALL. -:

: rIy.$3,5OOa year. About 3,000bar-: suIted In a complete change of: paJoh1R.; udtvPIantCIty.. 1 B.-'fDickson, Eupheme Fort, E. be and. appear before tnis honorable 1 -Administrator of Estate of Joan W. : '

i* :: of sawdust. are used every year, he being advised that the ) Ho1-D.! ..!aul.Bo1Jifa1.. ).5, A. Norris, .John. A. Dickson, JohnBaw court on the .j : Randall Deceased. t ; '
: Ocala, nau. May >, 1>08. 5-4-fB ,
-Se .
I 1st of October A. D. : ,
S Iweiy In keeping' spittoons; in a santtiry would be sent about December' 1, ,JacksonEd.WilI1am'S; Graceville; ; Ira Bowen Barney'M'cEl- 'day 1906 lt 1
same being the first Monday In said "
I condition.' the naval board demanded by the H. C. Neel, Bascom. reat-h Dora L McElreath, Irid D.Knox, month, and a rule day of said court ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. '

4 '\o-!"'" u._ gressive Union to tak Jefferson-S. D. Clarke, Monticello; Dora Knox; Henry J. Power, Lula to show cause, if any, why said'prop... ... S

; The brilliant success with which a would be.. sent here meanwole. J. D.. Thompson: Lloyds. Power Ruth Power, James 1... Mc- erty should not be condemned and ; Creditors legatees, distributees -

fleet of e.iaval, yes- ..1 engineer's ,department; & G. GeIger MoS Marie Blari' taken for uses and purposes as shown and all persons having claims or demands -. _
: ooibInM the chief / Lafayette-Oj Mullen McMullen.. levI,, '
; _
: 1 by. the petition filed herewith, or elseto' against the estate of Heary, ,
: :seta of all types; 'w 1n riding safely tIre 'War department 'asserted Lake-S. P. Klrkland,* Altoona; S. Man:) George'-"W;. M ai1's, :Cafeb) JIBaulorght 'be barred of-all 'right title and J Spooner deceased, are hereby _

t : al anchor in Oyster Bay, reviewed the was ample water at the passes F. Smith, Leesburg. R. C. Smith and John \V interest whatever in.and to said prop- called upon and required to present : 1

5, S president's- yacht, Mayflower and thl the Louisiana. The river in front Lee-F. J. Wilson, Buckingham. Martson. erty. S .< the 'same to the undersigned as administrator *
,(,.. .. In witness whereof, I have hereuntoset within two years from the *<
L cruiser Des Moines on Labor Day, New Orleans has a depth of Leon-A.- S. Wells and ,GilberJHartsfleld .
*& .
,..' ? "** S. 55' -- 'my hand and affixed the seal of date of the first publication of this : -
has enabled the officials of the biireaa 200 feet and a fine harbor is Tallahassee. c .. ; Order for Constructive ServicerS
S : notice otherwise will be barred
said{court, this of, August.A.9D.119Q same
; i $ :=.......:L.; ::: ;-4It : .,
S. to evolve a novel of all sizes. ., -Willistbn.- ... .. the statute of limitations.HENRY :
f of navigation vessels Levy-J. -Willis; : is' ordered :that'-+the defendants .... #. -i;!... '- by .
7a. scheme for occasions when Johnson Bris- (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK ; G. SPOONER. -
and,....... entirely original On numerous Liberty-Sidney D. herein named, to-wit: T. A. Mathews,
S Administrator to the estate of Henry
Clerk Circuit
S maintaining the Integrity and efficiency vessels were. wanted-\here." for" tdl.-.1; r -, f ,riJ.. <,.; E.- A. NorrIsJohn.A... Dickson, John F. M. Simonton, j T. Sponer. :. _

:' of the third largest and finest navy features, reports have cropped jou't |Madlson-R.. H Rowe, :MadisonrR.L'Millinor .' Bo' en. Ir\'Bowen,. Barney McElreath Attorney for Petitioner. 8-31 Stanton, Fla., August 10, 9*& 8-U-Si ; -
J &;; the world.. Collisions and otherS Washington calculated'to 'Inspire Ellaville! f Dora -.l! McElreath Irid D. Knox, -5, 5 -{ 1

.catastrophes in the handling of the that such vessels might be Manatee-John A. Graham, Braden. Dora Knox, Henry J. Power, Lula Power NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ? ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.

j >navy have*been was"decided'to. settlethe town. S LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S* ". -
; larger ships of/the It > Albert Power, Ruth. Power, James '
: all'too common: >SlateSaY:' ?thes '. fficlaIs. finally*hencev the .board of Inquiry", Marion-E. L. Wartmann Citra; L. McMullen, Marie McMullen, Levi LAND. ... Notice is hereby given to all cred -

S ; Early JnJuiftfor4nstance. demanded;' The''largest '" Geo. G. Mathews Ocala. Blackman. George W. Means, Caleb Notice is hereby given that on the itors., legatees, claims distributees sad all -- .
persons having against the-'
afnumber of. battleships, clashed together dry dock in the world except Munroe-C. L. Knowles and W. H. J.W.Bauknight Marston, be E.and C. Smith they are and hereby John 15th day of September, A. D., 1906*! estate of Robert E. Fllnn, deceased ,

with the result that two were Dewey at Manilla is located Nassau-S. A. Ogilvie, Callahan, required to appear to the bill of com- will apply to the Hon. Joseph HJ; to present the same to the undersigned -

5' laid up for repairs while others nUt. the United, States.., Naval Station... $' Jas. E. Conklln.Feraandinav.. ... plainant in tins! cause on or before. Bell, County Judgevin and for Mar'"- within one year from date hereof ''
S rowly escaped sinking A litttle NewfOrfeans>;nd the government" .. Qr g-G j W.Crawf6rd,4, Conway, 5th day of November, teu.
;later two rp.I boats,came together.iXNoifolk. I thrown"' ,.|..t open tojthe; usetof.'_ all. : B._,c A rnathY. Or\and\ l. < thi It? is'order further published'ordered that'once;a copy as week.of 'office In city of Ocala, in said countY '" Ocala Fla.. July 6th. 19061 -

and'one of. them narrowly ;vessels many ojwMchi.e. the Osceola-A. ET Donegan, Kissim- for eight >consecutive ''weeks In the .tor an order authorizing me, as guardian As JAKE BROWN

*escaped going down. The new 16,000 iana seem small in com>>arison. Ocala Banner, a newspaper publish of. the minor heirs of the estateof f: Robert Administrator E. .,tnn. of the Estate 7-6-8t Of ;

S'to& batttleshlp, Rhode Island, has had mee.PascoR.. J. McCrutcheon, Dade ed in said county and state Green Gattis deleased. to sell at :

in dodging sand City. This 4th day of September, 1906. private sale the following property GUARDIAN'S NOTICE: ,..* ANNUAL :
so,.,: much difficulty The ,Breath of ..Life.ItJs (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, f
Mra! and other ships; that fear Ms S. ..a"significant, fact that :p ul-w:. X: :Durrance, Fort Meade: Clerk, Circuit. Court 'Marion' County, belonging, to,, to-wit: Lot: ; p >j

: 'been expresed that she' would ,sucCed strongest animal of its size; the H. W. Snelt 'Wthteh'aieii.S Fla. 9-7 ,thirty-two feet north and south by Notice is hereby-given that

S to the reputation of the Texas, rilla, also has the largest powerful lungs. Putnam-H. A. McKenzie and W.A. By George Leitner, D. C. fifty-six feet east and west in the 22nd 'day of August, A. D, 190 on <
now permanently out, of commission, erful lungs means the breathing Russell. Palatka. Hocker & Duval, southwest corner of Lot four (4) 1:: &t the court house in Marion county, '- '
How to keep S Complainant' Solicitors- ., :
: : iwU hoodoo ship. It is only a few right should be man's chiefest ) Santa Rosa-J. H. 'HarvellBagdad; ; "'.'. Block twenty-eight (28) new sur- florida, the undersigned as guardiaa '
..weeks that several other battleships Like thousands of others, Mrs. O. A. J, Peaden, Oak Grove. '''. vey, south of the town (now city) of and Helen minors Katie Mal Mcintyre, .
; : Mcintyre, will present
'tail an Interesting' mixup In Hampton Stephens, of Port Williams, 0.. St. Johns J. DuPont Matanzas; For a Two-Cent Stamp. Ocala situated lying and being In the accounts and vouchers to the ny
: do this. She ,
to HO
'Roads, In consequence pf which themifiols learned bottles how of Dr. King's .W, A. MacWilliams, St. Augustine.' city of Ocala, Marion county, Florida; Joseph Ben, county Judge ia f r 4
: "Three chemical has been discovered
: A -
had to go ,to' New York for Discovery 'stopped mr cough of St. Lucie-Claude F. Olmstead, Ft common' and is owned in fee simple by Evelena Marion county and make my "

: of what I. to. possess, healing'properties, sttlemen a guardian the '
repairs, while the Alabama 'was, more years and 'cured me Pierce. ..,' aniSyronaGattis, heirs o u : .
0 known heretofore 'but surpassingany :
not ,
consumption. ,
thought of the Green deceased!
said Gattis
orlezdamaged.S friends Sumter-W. C. G. Kilgore, Wild- Dated June IS. 1906.

: grand for. -throat.__ __and-"._._.lung. CL C f* .A I wood. other drug. The dicover r will. Said land belonging to the estate of : -
DY "'WU a ex; JU. u A MCT _
Guaranteed ? for two-cent stamp, tell what
a a anyone said Green Gattis' deceased to be sold As Guardian for
Suwannee W. R. Dorman Live
'So honors are'thrust upon Price 50 cents and $LOO. Kte a .
.gists. it is. Address X :Philippi, Fla. 8-24-m McIntyre, .
.. f22ft.GUARDIAN'S
that to of said minor
m the best Interest -
.;, president of the United .States, bottle free.. Oak;, W. H. McClelkn Welborn. -.
"1eme Jealous Individuals have declar- Taylor-T. J. Faulkner, Perry. heirs. :
did not make his NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT
S c \.lt4 1 that Mr. Roosevelt had no occasion nent Sam.escape from journalism Volusia-Wm. S. Parkinson: Day. nmI Dto This, 16thdarof AlA August 1906.ri"F.MeCLART. AND FINAL DISCHARGE _

the hands tona. -
S te additional at
: seek. .fame : had'at '
1. ; he one
wefeared .
In'i all as flGlDDCo Notice Is hereby given that ta ,
tthe Simplified' Spelling Board. ; Wakulla-S. P. Roddenberry; SochQPPJ' 8-17 Guardian. o .' a'.
I and
paragraphing 27th of
' they cite He Is now day Dembcr. A. D.1504. -
port of' this contention,' P'n'ting on the Pensacola Journal, NOTICE.In at the court hou In )fa county, i-
',tfcat botanical marveL the Roosevelt Walton:-J. H. Richburg, Laurel Florida, the under
we give"him hearty ,welcome: D the Circuit Court in and For MarIon a Cat ;
- .,.- ;**rd., sure to perpetuate W. memory Estate Florida. of- HiU. ; ___ County.Florida.. for the minors Katie Mai ;

!*' for-all time; and.the recently djs'covered -the Fourth om Washington. B.. Lassiter Ver- ,CURe. S iii In Restate: of A. C. ,Johnson. and Hele Mcty.wu present nay _
recognized re
S S flu- ne is one (the } SALT-SICK Notice? hereby given that on the. auts to the Hoo. -'_ _
Roosevelt trout" .Wttlcn.iteubtedly Hit:your old gait Sam, and mix ". non. : m CATTU imUIiAICrVZARS R 5thday 'of December, A. D. 1906, Joseph Bell, county Judge in and tO _-

'. / ,allowed himself;:to be.diswvered the"gang::':tive Oak; Democrat: fIMIIlfnst TO If TIIC llaT tIOICI.r..hi the undersigned administrator of the Marion county, and make my b :
". ,'only jhatS For Sale. MARlIn fOIl IIswr 111 STOQ'f AU.1IitIOiW1DIOIoIfDIIIMllIIfA&J1I1IAI estate ot A. C. Johnson, deceased. win settlement and apply! for final
a few years .ago Forty acres of flue land near Orange IIiIIt IIIJ MIl..... i iTlWlIUJI' present TnT final return accounts and d.
? ''' ml ht"be. named after.the.strenug mashed '. Springs. Marion county. 'Fla. The IS 1Of'FOOD Bur fUlC1J STOU to vouchers. and apply for final dischargeas charge a guardian of the said mi ,
w honor Is The/Kentucky mule .that northwest quarter of southwest quarter -. 1tMt 6iVf It.,TN&.&IIIJoY!voua 4IIIMAI.S. administrator. of fI&Jd! estate.F..M. non the said c ;
; w.president .A."'U9' later automobile IS, the Carrie N too Section 4, township 12, range 21.' .uct Z5CVlSa-' I'MUfAO'UMO' -6'1I S TOWNSENTXAdministrator : Dated June 19th, __ :
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?.' '.:' consignment of 92 varieties News See the:land and make me an otter. fOI.wIUI.I.ItETAIi ot the Estate of A. C.J'ohDlOL' I A MCINTTRL '
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A RARE TREAT- FOR','FLORID1ANS", 'f""t"'t""t"; '" ; " " ';" " .
NOVEMBER' 5 TO10.frtatest ': '' .. " " " " '

Attraction In':South'*'History : I

For Jacksonville! Carnival.. -4' {
'- '. ', :: s--
Special to the Ocala Banner: .
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept.. 11.-Th "
Jacksonville carnival, November 5th O N. i3R3. s ;
to 10th,, Inclusive, will rank with theEreitest : i

attractions In, the history of .' __
the south, and the'metropolis of FlorU ',' ....... 1";
t. *, will be crowded"the tint week In '! ...... ,'i -;'f.
November: when i this'big event take : -
fkcel: Besides the mysterious and '" ;: .. ::2}

jatrvelous exhibitionsto; be.:;see on ;' F, ' ,
';f $-
Wenderway, the hippodrome will
eclipse anything of Ita kind ever wit : .' "

Besed in the state. PresIdent.. R. \ C : :
Carter andSecretary, James R. Hollos : ; :
.n, of the carnival asociatlon have :
lately returned from New'York where r : ,' 1L ,
they secured the very best features a p
;_ that money could obtain. The fireworks -" :::: ', .'-
alone wil amaze the multitudes, and : ,, ': -, .... :
_ the contract for' these displays involve .. r. ..... ;
the expenditure of a great deal .. ;:;

of The money.hippodrome attraction, will be :. Ocala Florida. \ T __ '

worth going a thousand miles to see .
These features, some' of which come _
from of which -- .;- r
Tampa some come :
;' ....
from Thompson and Dudley' big :L I ....... & f
New York hippodrome, were obtained ...... ,, "
at a great: expense, but the carni .'" ...... i-
... <;:
association decided that there ,'d, _,- .... ,.. ., ._ < __ '"
was' nothing too good for Jacksonville : '-< :-' ': .' -' ).
_ and Florida Among these wonderful '" .;< .... -=,;t
_ attractions will be seen in the care "
nhal hippodrome! are'the following: : '
f Madame Natalina) RossIand three .
horses; introducing the' greatest and HORNBY CEREAL Ii
only- riding act in, the world by the .
bono trotting on the top of'the ring : t .... :1

_ bank Thejady,, has 'been brought to :"
America by 'the hippodrome managers ARE THE BEST PUT UP : ; :
Messrs. Thompson and Dudley, .
and, played their house last winter, : ,. .... "
: J ___
Booked, as a special equestrain ,attraction : "
.. .
; I' : '
from ,the Cincinnati fall festival '
for the entire four weks. Its :<,; :' ', : -V1 ," _'_ i' ., ,; : : ::: .' -

president Mr ,R. R. :Reynolds has : ."- '- ,'. .'. .; :" :! ,. :::: '"'

seen, the lady_perform while she was '. : .. ,, .
--- ;
at the hippodrome and,at once' secured i __ ', -

___%. Senorita her Vallecita and her troupe !of :. Ambrosia R 0. Oatmeal : Gusto Idi ;

j performing leopards and pumas, six ,
in number.- Act introduced in ..
_ a large -=
_ den, A :wonderful:act. S -- ,.drt'. ,i- ___ "_': ;

lagers number.Goldin and troupe instrumentalists of Russian, eight dancers in,. ..: Breakfast Wheat ,' Force 0. G. Oatmeal I 11!;

Signer Yinella and ,his performing, ',
__ and pugilistic stallions, seven in number : ...... ;:
_ 4 ...
; Another big, equestrain act, \ '
from' the New York hippodrome. .....
Sie:Hassan Ben All troops of Arabs, : --
t.c1D number.Wlnctennann'B. ..... .
,..t,;', '\\' r ;I'.7 -. -
t six performing bears '
and five monkeys. .

_ Clemenso,clowns Reed; acrobatic.France Brothera'and .stock European, ,principal,musical ...

osaersault,bareback act-- straight- and __ f:"
act:, .
za comedy
t LaVeHe's great performing dogs, : :: i':" ,

__ 4/'iJao the greatest ,leaping hounds. I ___ ;.::.
Veroni troupe of 1rrol ali singers /: '':''''. 'j'
.... -
fencers and Instrumentalists, four '
: .
_ ,ladies and three gentlemen.Mme. .. ....
_ Lubade Barema and her trained : : .
animals, including Andalusian bull ::

_ genies, horses, dogs, etc. Seven people : FLOUR!
In this company. is
These attractions' will only be,seen < : ,

at'l'erRtouposlUon.the Cincinnati ,Fall. New Festival York, ands the .. ...
-- -1i -
Jacksonville This fact. alone shows :

the"" superiority their character.. The Our Brands ,
reason why other towns:on the south- are as follows. There are Few Equals and None Better. 3 ;
era, circuit did not secure'them was \ ," ...
account of.,the,heavy'expenses and : "' : ; : ---
this goes to show I the enterprise of .

the'tion.' Jacksonville Carnival Associa ... BALLARD'S OBELISK I z

7 *
"Turpentine and printers' ink" is : '

_ i the new, political- mixture.. .. BROWN'S CHOICE ==

In 'his speech at Rockland, Me., ......
Thursday night Speaker Cannon said ,
tat "stranger ;things,might happen '
i: than Mr. Roosevelt's being president : << : NELLIE KING
until, It1%." ',, I
5L '
-a :,
,. '
Mr Samuel Gompers, the great labor .E '
is .and .
,. leader in Maine is frightening :
the republican party in that :. :
ift state almost into spasms. Taft, Bev- : BRANDS! '

eridge., Canon Lodge, Hale and others n -...rI
have been sent in haste to the : ,
ivscue.Notwithstanding. .
ii ---
).,.' 5 ," ......
the large ,expenditures ,
to. prevent contest of will and <>, ....
i' .tor other purposes the executors ofT '. ,: ', '; .....

he estate of William Zeigler, of Roy : .....
_ al Baking Powder fame show that
the estate under their management PRICES ARE RIGHT

baa increased more than a million .....
dollais. : ......
'r ......
Mrs. Loretta Bond,of Palatka. who .
was visiting her sister, Mrs. T. W. -
: Duane of Tampa, last Monday morning -----
; ; in a'fit of temporary insanity : .--.-....
'c. locked herself up in a closet. saturate --
ed her clotbing with kerosene.oil, and "
; set fire to them and died in great Yours for More Business sC -
# ; I
>t' agony \ ;. ;
Judge Alton B Parker agrees with : ,- ......
'i ill.. Ocala 'Banner that we have farF -' -.. .....
too-many laws.!.. We are governed entirely -

and too"many unfortunately too laws much.but' our We too',courts not.many'courts only are' have not ..: ',. : A: : c BRO .N & B'. : ". ;. 1E ,

w them always wl\en":TSUnd pronouncing* 'to the litigants judgments.;,before. I C: :-/ J., ; ; ",." '.. ,. ,::' ; :: l'

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: : '
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We have' reduced' the prices on,all : : ( "
summer dr> goods:; Inspect our stock

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