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 21, 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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:.-- i VOL. 41, NO.14. .- OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1906. --3


.' .! > Mrs. G.. McBride has gone from Or- What Editor: McCreary Says. -, ,.' '. .._-" -" '- .. 'Ti

; > ange Springs; to Ctiarelston S.. C., Governor Broward claims that -because .

: KODAKS ": where she will be for some time. the legislature has granted MUST DO BUSINESS

: more lands to the railroads than the '
: : ; Dr.. A. McBride, of Holder, and Dr.
: : state owned, the grants are uncon WITH .
\ William Griffith, of Dunnellon were
: :5 stitutional and void. The governor
among our many 'Visitors Monday.
: well EVERY PERSON, be he merchant
;; I might: just as claim that becausehe ./ ,

rl .' Miss Elizabeth Newsom, who has. gave his note for fifty thousand farmer or whatnot, who counts for

-ANDPHOTOGRAPHIC- been spending the past few weeks at : dollars, when he had only forty thous- anything gets to the point where he ,

Seabreeze, returned home Monday af- and dollars, we could recover A J

: GOODS ., trnoon. I any portion of his Indebtedness to BANK. Come along with your small 1

us. The land grants. to the railroads' accounts. With our help many of the ,

Dr. J, G. Baskin and Mr. Harry were given in consideration of the large businesses of today grew from

'::. AT, THE Stalberg were among thee Dunnellou performance of certain work, and if small. ones.MUNROE. ? ? ,. _

representatives in Ocala yesterday.Mr. the railroads performed their part of

the contract the state can certainlybe & CHAMBLISS t's a
POST Ben Hoffman the montezuma ,
DRUG.STORE compelled to perform: its part, so.far'as
hotel clerk who has been .spending -
it lies in its power.-Qainesville BANKERS.
the summer with/'relatives in Illinois, -

\ has returned home. ,. Sun. .'' "" "---- ,' .-- --'. .. I
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Mrs. Speigner Anderson and children A Charming Dinner' Party -.
who ahve been: spending the In 'celebration of his nineteenth r
,,"II' -- summer with relatives at Augusta, birthday, which was on Sunday, Ensign

Ga., have returned home. Robert Allen Bnrford, who is at w
,1. :: > -' About,fifteen minutes past 6 o'clock'Tuesday RlNgs
= ;: home on a furlough having just 1T
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"" ,', ', .." Miss Nellie Frank returned home graduated from the naval academy p.t night the fire bell rang

Prescriptions, Carefully Filled J. : Tuesday morning from Homosasssa Anapolis, gave a charming dinner party out suddenly on the silent air for rift
the first
where she spent several days with time in many months. Everybody ,.
Monday night, at the home of his _
was startled at the sound and:
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lowry.
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Cap Frank Lytle, of Lake Weir, parents on Fort King avenue. His rushed to the doors and windows and We Have Now in Stock
guests included Misses Mary Burford. "
was in. the city Saturday. Hon. A, S. Mann, of Jacksonville, : at once; a_ red glow; was seen in the

MISS SARA ELIZABETH. HARRIS. I was a distinguished visitor to Ocala : Louise Scott, Alice Bullock Lucile western portion of the city the Mop Complete Line 61 f -
Mr. Ben Dale of Louise Harris and Annie
Holder a former ,
Local Editor, He home It wasn't
Monday. was many minutes before the
f Ocala boy, was in the city Saturday. from a busines trip to Crystal River. Mathews, Messrs, James Taylor. news had spread that Mrs Fannie RINGS that Can Be Found .
John Frank Harris Sam 1 '
Pelot, jr.,
Albert Fort of Hiss Bluff Miss R. Gary's home was on fire and almost -
Marguerite Taylor Anywhere.Call
has gone Mr. W. K. Cleveland, of St. Peters. Teague and Bruce Meffert. 7F
transacted business in the city Monaay to St. entire population rushed to
Augustine to
spend a week burg, is in the city visiting his brother An \elegant dinner was served iu
the -
with friends. scene the conflagration. The' and See Them K ; ,t
: > at ,
Marshal' Cleveland. He has courses a beautifully appointed
fire was _not discovered until it had 1
just returned from a business visit table and after dinner the, eveningwas i ( st ,
Mr. Gus Waters, of Electra; is the Mrs. Allan'.Gibson and Miss' Sophie made such headway that it was impossible

guest of Mr. Ed. Pittman for a few Howard, of Grahamville, were visitorsto of several months to South American. delightfully spent in games an to impede the progress of. j'
music. ;
days. Ocala Monday J the seething flames and -
nothing could< -
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Culverhouse are
appeaSe. the angry god of fire until .
Mr. J. W. Westover, the Lake Mr. ,Richard Erwin, who'teaches happy, over the arrival' of a litttle A Valuable Discovery. the entire home was in ruins.. ,J

Weir boatbuilder, was in town Mon Fellowship school this .'was in son, who was born to them Tuesday jje
year, Mrs. Gary
morning. Friehds offer them con Dr. J. G. Baskin was in the city was away from home
day on business. the 'city Saturday
with and home one passing'by that
gratulations over this auspicious Tuesday and together sample saw the I

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Tate. of Fairfield Mr. W. C. ,Bull after spending several event. leaves and twigs from an orange tree house :was on fire, sent in the alarm :
explained the discovery made by him and went for Mrs. Gary with the
spent Sunday in Ocala and were days at home returned to {
Miss Fannie Clarke and Miss of a new insecticide which will probably awful 'news..
'guests at the; Ocala House. Brooksville, yesterday. Fred G. B. Weihe I
Plia uii i Pansy Souter have returned home thoroughly destroy rust and It seems that a lamp had been ,

)II'. Stewart Harris, of Citra who Judge L.. L. Hopkins and Mr. J. A", from a visit to Sparr and.left Monday scale and in a measure the white fly left burining in. one of the upstairs : '
I Tlje Jeweler
'feu graduated from the Asheville Freeman. ,of BelleviewL were,business afternoon for Woodmar to spend sev- which ia the past few years has caused rooms and it is supposed that it _. 3G

: L MJkooT is now attending 'the" Uteri: visitors to Ocala Saturday. 4, eral days ,with Mr. and Mrs. Z.. C. such serious loss to our orange must have exploded: and thus settingthe L JA.DF5JU8R. '

: .Ar of Virginia, where he is stduying Chambliss. growers.' house on -fire and being an old Y

,' "I&W': Mr. and Mrs. E. 1 L. Carney have returned Dr. Baskin believes that his discovery residence and the weather dry it was ; -

:J .... home .from their visit to the Mr, and Mrs. D. E. McIver and son, will do the work well and economically in a very short while an entire mass Vrofeee tattat. -
if mountains of McPhail arrived home Tuesday afternoon .-.......--- ....-... -- -- ... -
Call 'on H. W. Tucker you are North Carolina. and without injury to the of flames. - -

tWafeg of' having anything done in from Hickory S. C., .where trees. Certainly the samples he exhibited Mr. Thomas R. Gary was at the L.I>> ) Iot". U,

tk 'electrical line. He guarantees Miss Florence Walters has gone the two latter have been spending' in Ocala will lead one to time 'attending to the cows and was .Ft7LI.H. a 8L6LOClG 1Dcotiata.

Mt irerk, and his prices are reason- to Coleman, where she will spend the summer. (Mr Mclver having join- agree with him in his idea. detained longer than usual and whenhe ,
three weeks with relatives. f '
M .xj ed them about a month ago. Dr. Baskin and Judge Titcomb, got back to the house the fire had Over Uuxroe (i Chtmbliw Bask Oc J*,FU.m .: '
Mr. 'and Mrs. Z. C.. Chambliss went I who Is also, interested in the new discovery gained considerable headway. $ IGGSi!
Mr. Dan Shealey had the misfor Mr George K. Robinson who in $
The fire
to Woodmar-on-Lake-Weir Saturday will continue their experiments company and many others '
\ iwe to cut off one of his fingers Friday his Mr. Walter
; company with brother, worked ATTORNEY-AT.LAW.
the faithfully and succeeded Jn
afternoon to spend a couple of weeks. later patenting process .
en a small rip saw at the Ocala Robinson, of Gainesville, has spent and formula ,and placing it upon the saving the piano, 'books, and a good (Office IB Ctry-Af aew Block.) !

Manufacturing company, where he the six weeks touring the western OCA.I.A. .rnl.1D.
past deal of the downstairs ;
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Blalock. of market. furniture but .
works. Madison, are in the city visiting and eastern states, has returned nothing upstairs was saved. I EDWIN SHBNCEJLATTORJJEYAT.LAW. :

Mr John. T. Lewis, the boss farmer, their daughters, Mrs. W. C. Bull and :home. Those gentlemen ) a most Romantic Sunday Wedding.A The Gary residence was the oldest

splendid trip. and pne of the most historic in the r
at Moss Mrs. G. L. Taylor. city.It
jswehint and postmaster .
romantic wedding occurred in )CALA, ILOtIDAt
Bfeff.was in the city having an engine Mr. 0. M. Goodrich, who has been Jacksonville Sunday afternoon, the was located just on the western -
his Mrs. George K. Robinson and children boundary of the city on a hill and J CHASB _
faired preparatory... to grinding. at Green Springs and Safety: Harbor contracting parties being A. C Mc- _
who have been spending two was built before the civil war by Mrs.
i&4.. lid will this year make over abred for some months, is in Ocala for a Call, of New Smyrna and Miss Lillie DENTIST
months at Seabreeze arrived home Susan Pyles. who died
many years
barrels of syrup. few days. Mr. Goodrich has recently E. Burke of Wauchula. t OCALA 'L0aRLpS
Monday afternoon. igo. It was' bought from her by lie
; lost his father, Mr F. M. Goodrich, Mr. McCall reached Jacksonville : -
Mr James Taylor will leave the late! Col S. II. 'G. Gary, the husband } L. 6ISTRHNK ;, :
whose death took place ,at Green Saturday night and registered at the ;
tt week In October for Sewannee. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp are jf Mrs Fannie R. Gary and all .during '
Springs on September sixth.: Sunday morning he was ATTORWEY.AM'IW.Room ; .
:_ TfBiu where b* will enter the Uni- now in New York city, guests at the up J l the civil war and for many years
Mrs Edward L. McIntosh, who and and left for the 4, 1f..1Ic Buildn) *
.W ltr of the South" for the winter. Fifth .Avenue hotel. having been there bright Unj j hereafter: was considered the hand :;
'lc.: since the death of her husband has ion station where he met' Miss Burke,
a course there Mr. Taylor -will for the past week. They expect to I somest home in the city. Many important FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
been with relatives :at Newberry, S, who' came from a visit to friends at ; .: _
; 1Aft.f-f; a medical course In one of the return home Saturday.Mrs. events both politically and ofa
: universities. C.. will start, for home today. She.Spartanburg. -S.- C1-, business nature has transpired REMOVED. -- In Ten Davi. _
will at Gant's Quarry, Ala., to '
stop hotel i
remained In the parlor
William P. Haisley, who has : They within its walls and it has been the I

Mlw Nellie Hooper, wbo has been been at Lewes, Del.; wJJl return to ship her furniture and will reach until nearly. three'o'clock' when Mr. scene of many charming social affairs Nadinola ,

deking.ter sister Mrs. J. R. Moore- Ocala in a few weeks. After spending Ocala in about ten days. McCall inquired about the departureof during the early history of the The CoapUxfoaEeatttifltr '

t b:Md In this city for several weeks a short while here she will goo Mr. T. W. Ellison, of Anthony, wasa the Florida East Coast train for city and in recent years and it was, it t*. -

;; hi lODe to St. Augustine to spend a Tampa for a month. and will then business, visitor to the ":"Brick City"Monday. New Smyrna. with feelings not unmixed with sor- d3nd f ty tllOUMJKjjsjs '

.reek She will then go to Jackson- to Ocala for the winter. The, young lady incidentally remarked fratclu1 L.du.aad J.
.return Mr. Ellison reports his sec- row that the old timers witnessed its iE ,"%
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not have ,
,r113e, where she will be the principal tion in good health and fine spirits.He that they destruction Tuesday night Mrs. Gary all facial &acotora- {

et the public school in South Jack- Misss Mary Masters, ,the second says that he has four acres of short time ,but they hurried from the hotel, feels the loss of her home very greatly .,. r tiou and store tb*

- .,me 1 this winter. daughter of CaL H. B. Masters, of New staple cotton from which he expects returning' in about half an hour. Toa and she' has the sympathy .of her -% twatyofyoutLTt* e i J

i York, and sister of Mr. Arthur Masters tp gather four bales of cotton friend in the hotel .Mr, McCall told friends in the loss she has sustained. want cas !a twenty rented of this will be married his secret and the young couple at all leading 3.u0 ty itaiL
Weston and family have. city, on The house was fifty five years old >
' 'tDeMr Iwiel Brown house In the first the twenty-ninth at the home of Col. Mrs. W. L. Scott and little .son arrived -busied themselves in getting ready to and there was no insurance.Mr. i Prepared hr X4TJOSAL TOfu *0M Pan. Tat 1 I

ward *ad are now comfortably dom. Masters, at Plainfield, N. J. in Ocala Sunday from Asheville, leave the city: Game Warden's Notice. "'- 4 3

:t lietl In their new home. Mr. Wes- .. N. C., and will make this their home Just where the marriage ceremony Hugh; Nichols has gone to Notice ia hereby given that when K I

.'.' ,.tsn to the new engineer at the Ice Will Turbeville left Sunday morn- Mr Scott having preceded them sev- was performed and by what minister, Georgia for a few weeks. persons want a deputy game warden : ,

fetter tad comes to, Ocala from Bir- Ing for Ocala where he has accepteda eral months ago. Mr. Scott is with could not be learned-Times-Union. I appointed the request most be accompanied 1
....bam. We welcome him and bis ,position in the machine shops. WillIs the Chambers Shoe Co. For the pres- Mr. McCall taught in the Ocala high Miss Mary Julian has returned ,home with a properly signed' ;

E ,fIIIY1: to Ocila. ttery cordially a first class machinist and has ent they will make their home with school one term. And Miss Burke is from Jacksonville, where she spent tition of reputable persons. Address, j
four weeks with her sister Mrs. Al-
has been employed with Robbins '& Mrs! William Sinclair, where they a Well known reader and last winter" C. J. McCRANEY: =

A little daughter was born to Mr. McGehee at this place.-Live Oak have rooms. gave a delightful. .entertainment. at bert Davis. Game Warden, Stanton, Fla x
Democrat. the house in this city.
aa4 Mn Grover a Spencer Satur- opera Mr. Harry Palmer, who Is visitinghis 8.36tW -c 1

d&, at noon at the Hotel de Kaiser. Dr. W. C. Lindsay preached an in- mother, sister and brother at St.
The new Delouest buDding'will be A Card of Thanks. The famous White House shoes for .. j
Tb* ,Mends of this young couple are soon teresting sermon at the Presbyterian Petersburg, will be absent for ten!
begun'as as' the surveyor runs ladies and gentlemen, and the Buster 2''
: Editor Ocala Banner:
: Mr. church Sunday morning after an absence two weeks.
tan@lnS their congratulations days' or --\:
the lines for its location:. Mr. =
proper Brown shoes for and -
col- girls boys can.
working In Ash of several months, and at that Please anow me through your
who i
er. now
: K arrive soon;to make Delouest says the-building will be time, as announced in our 'issue of umns to tender my thanks to my sis- Dr. Vincent Moody, of this city, not be surpassed In the city for style' '
!sic, C. will
Mt JKUle acquaintance. a handsome two-story structure witha Sunday morning, tenndered his resignation ter, Mrs. D. B. Brinson and her faithful I who has been ,in a serious condition quality and. price. The Fair. x }
7" brick front. This will
white pressed as pastor of the church. His husband together with all their for'some time was operated on at the ::
Ocala business We have reduced the prices on nil i
the. first buildingto
will resignation will be acted on next Sunday kind neighbors, who .so faithfully and hospital Saturday afternoon by JDrs. ;
The friends of Mr. Carl Ayer summer dry oods. Inspect stocK
.t have a white pressed brick frontProf. ]> our _
A good sized congregation was untireingly atteriBed my little daughter Christ, Person and! Peak and the !
: ,M learn that hg was mar and get our pHces. We can save yohmoney. 1
1 in.her sickness and deathat found to be much
present at the'merning service. In' Myrtle, conditions were, .
t1e+I seise months ago to Miss Roper J. H. Brinson after spending The Fair j r
the afternoon. Lindsay went outto : their home near Dexter worse than expected. Today: he is
It &*flk, Fla.. where he now resides. several .months at his .old home at
there in the I extend my ueartfelt thanks to in a very uncertain condition, it Is
Martel and preached '
!f -... swrrttge has been kept a secret Eureka, ret rned'to Winter Park Mon We handle the famous White House -I
them all and wish that I had wordsto
few now leaked out and his Ocala day to resume charge of the commercial evening. Shoes for,ladies atd gntlemer. and = ,j
gratitude for
I 4t will be much Interested In the I department of Rollins college fully Msjrass tuy the Buster Brown shoes for girls and : j
Miss L. Godson efficient and oiing words.I withstanding and we hope he will
has Mabel .the their aid cons>
-- I .. Professor Brinson -.made. an toys These lines cannot *?e surpassed I
I attache of the office of Patterson & offer again, my heartfelt thanks pull} through -Orlando Reporter-Star
for himself'his for I
enviable reputation quality.and price. Comp In and '.
the and bookkeeper. of the Miami: if I never able to return this The 'Ocala friends of Mi. Moody will
F Xt (L L. Blttlnger, editor of several years' connection with Erwin :and am' see them. The Fair.! x .
Gala star,. and Mr. "Frank Harris, this college.- '. Transfer .Co., will leave tomorrow or :kindness. God, in His glory will amply be distressed to learn of his, alarm- 1

t of the Ocala. Banner, left Sun ,- Sunday on a month's vacation. Miss :reward them for J their' efforts is' my. ing condition and hope-that he is WANTED-Twct good teamsters and a r

iklic loon for";Fort 1.iyers'They We understand that 'Mr 'Cbar es Godson will take a trip to New !prayer., The beautiful floral' offerings, not as ill as it is now thought. two good work hands to help =
et. Jor the purpose of going to Marshal will:, begin the erection of a York by boat and from there' Win go :Is equally appreciated : ,. around a mill Apply to W. J. % -'_ '

; idake. Okeechob 'on an excursion fine ,.home on his ,Fort King 'avenue, to Baltimore, at which place most of My little darling was. placed besideIts Ice Cream Social At Kendrick. Lohrig; 64 W, Broadway, Ocala. 1

given by the Fort "Myers board of Jot during the coming winter.. 'It Is .her time will be spent Miss Godson i mother who wag only thirty days The ladies of Kendrick' will give 8-2 tt i

*-..6 In tfee; elniefest of the ever also rumored that Dr. Walter Hood, has acquired, a large number of 1 before laid .to .rest.. And I hope we all ice cream social Friday. night, jI.<(

I :. ltladei drtteage 8c ?eme. Governor Dr E. cYan Hood,. Dr.JV, H. Powers. friends, since coming to Miami who I all may be equally prepared to meet Sept.,28, at the school hoseJor the A shipment of rugs has just been .r !

..owM"went 'on this 'eicursiqn and several other prominent Ocala wish her: a pleasant trip 'She'will .be I oUr God. benefit of the new church. Every received by us. Will you be one to ':_

aM; aU; Urt. members of the', legislalotUed -. citizens wilt build! ; splendid residences accompanied by her cousinMrs. ;Quig--" -- .' t :. > :-' JU L. WALKER*--''. body is-?',cordially fnvite' be present take advantage of their arrival and

Miw-.'e on hand., In'Ocala at -an early date. ,_ l y.-Miami Metropolis. *. _f'; \. ; Kendrick, "% Flaw,- : .' ',' on. that, occasion..'. .,.. .,. ., prise-. ,Ocala\, ;Furniture. .- Co. x ,-

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Special correspondence- Ocala Banner. Throat YOU WILL GAIN ,) 1
Special'cnrrcspondcnco Deals Banner. Dr. E. P. Guerrant made a business Special correspondence Ocala Banner. Coughs
Mr., E. S. ,Upham who has spent The sighing winds tell us fall is ''

the sumer la West Virginia with, her trip to Ocala Monday. aproaching, and while I am writingthe A in the throat; ','4:"

two sisters 'returned home Sunday. Mr William Gist has returned from mocking birds are singing their tickling

Muter George Miller. of St Augustine -down, below Ocala, where he has been sweetest from their leafy bows ani j hoarseness at times;adeepbreath TIME

came Saturday with Mrs. Up- looking after his stock farm the gentle zephyrs are cooling my, irritates it-these; 0ND

ham to spend a couple ,of weeks at The McIntosh school opened Monday brow while I try and pen a few linesto are features of a throat

the Pleasant Hill house. morning: with a good attedance. our favorite paper. cough. They're very deceptive -

Lawrence Jones returned home Jupdging from the crops of teachers, Lee
Rev. Mr Howell and family let and a cough mixture -
from extended visit in the It will be one of the best schools ever Denver Colo. SAVE MONEY -
Friday an Tuesday for this place. won't them.
taught cure
north. here. Miss Donnie Griffin He is expected to arrive Sunday.Mr. ,

)(r. and Mrs. Joe Groff and Mr.. and is the principal. Miss Mary Taylor E. P. Hutto was called to his You want something that

of Summerfleld. has charge of the 7, 8, and 9, grades; wife's bedside will heal the inflamed
Mrs. Harry Groff. at Ola S. C., last If send us $3.00 for your annual subscription to THE
bare moved into the residence belonging Miss Roberta Farrow the 4,. 5 and'.6 Thursday. She is very ill Mr Best membranes, enrich the you

to Mr. George Miller, of St grades, and Miss Bessie McRay, best is performing Mr. Hutto's work blood ardi tone up the SUfi ,oijd one of, these] splendid" time, Keepers.; ",

Augustine. the primary department.Dr. for him during his absence.Mr. 9 '.
There was quite an attendance at E.. P. Guerrant has bought the ., DeWitt Griffin, of Daisy was system /. The Sun is published weekly. and reache. sits''subscribers every

Sunday school Sunday morning. Mr. W. M. Gist priperty, acros the McIntosh in Anthony Saturday night and Sunday Saturday. <.".
Emulsionis -
branch, better known as the Scott's You need teh Sun If 'you are at all in terested in Florida events and
his .
!: P M. Oleson retains, position'assuperintendent '
and treasurer. :Miss Cramer place, and will move into his :Miss Donnie Griffin 'last Florida progress. .
-t left Friday just such a remedy.It The Subscription rate is $2.00 per year.. .?.
Sallie Sigmore is secretary and Miss new home as'soon as it is vacated by for McIntosh where she will begin Send. in your subscriptions of $2.00, plus $1.00, between now and

Inez Gates, organist. Mr.. C. H. Bateman, who has been living her schooL has wonderful healingand November 1.. 1906, and you will receive a watch like the cut printed

\ ,Mr. and Mrs. A. W Allan have been there for some time.C. :Mr. George Pasteur, jr., has_ put nourishing power. in advertisement, and 52 visits from the Sun.
The Watch is not the usual $1.00 class of watch that is o nthe
H. has bought the house
residing with biro McClure at Co- Bateman up a grocery business at Montbrookand Removes the cause of market. It is made by the Knickerbocker Watch Co., is highly

cast but have moved into their new and lot adjoining the high school property says he is well pleased with it. the cough and the whole polished, handsomely figured and heavily nickele plated.It .

residence here. from the McCormick Neal estate George has many friends here who is is stem wind and stem set and is guaranteed for one year, it

The Weirsdale school opened Monday ,and will move into his new home wish him much success.. system given new keeps perfect time and is sold by dealers everywhere for $2.50
I as soon as some repairs can be made. strength and vigor .*. .'. School girls, school boys and school marms and male pedagogues,
-4 morning with something over I Miss Jettie Boyles returned to her II ALL NEED THESE WATCHES.

thirty pupils. They will have two I Mr. W. R. Brown and Mr. J. E. home at Sparr Friday after a week's Seed fir fret'umple Business men lawyers and doctors, sailormen and cooks, all need

teachers this term. Miss Shorter isprincipal :Turnipseed have returned from their visit to Miss Hillman. these'' watches. -

J and Miss Brooks assistent summer outing and, have begun to Messrs. Lawrence and John Gran. SCOTT & BOITNE, ,Ch! Jls' In short everybody. wants this watch just. like. everybody needs

teacher. This has been quite a school wrestle with the weeds and grass pre- tham of Sparr were in this district 409-4.15 Pearl Street, Ntto Turk the SUN.

J to hold down. We hope .these two pering for fall truck. Sunday. aa 1$.ro. A:!draggiut For the watch without the SUN .. ... .. .. .. .. . $15C
:Most of the farmers have begun ., far [For the SUN without. the watch ,. H . H ..: .. . . . $2.00 _
young. ladies will have good success. cribbing their corn, and some' are Mr. Clarence Dunham, of Reddick.was -- For BOTH .. ,. . .. .. .i .. .. ..' ... .... .*. -. ,. .. .. . $3.Jkjh
Capt. Lytle, of Stanton had quite an among the many visitors here Provided .you order before November 1st. 1906, Better do it today.

4 experience with a visclous dog last ,making hay. Prisoc two.. interesting several days ago. Gainesville Wednesday to see :Mr. All orders received before November 1; fn; addition, two Artistic
Ii week, belonging to, Dr. Spooner, Rev. A. L. preached The Oaks has become very attrac- Cutler _w woodcuts suitable for framing.

which he bougnt from C. L. Rusco, sermons at the Baptist tive for two of Atnhony's boys here Mr., Richardson, a life insuranceman

for a perfectly safe dog. Had not Dr. church yesterday, and was called for of late. of Gainesville, was here this

Spooner came to the Captain's rescue anotaher year this being his sixth Mr. Hughes and .Mr. Harper, of. week. THE SUN Tallahassee Hat

he would have been badly hurt. ,year at this place. Daisy, came up and purchased two I Mr. and :Mrs. Burch, of Clyatt, visited ,

'Such dogs should J>. -?.-" loosed Rev. Sam J. White and wife are to fine bird dogs from Mr. Hillman Mon.: :
from their I their son, .:Mr. Harry Burch, Sun Figure it out for yourself. THE SUN and this
arrive today or tommorow
of. A. day. There must be birds in abun

z bridal trip. He will preach at the dance In their section. day.Miss: Annie Mixon was in town HANDSOME WATCH

FORT "McCOY HAPPENINGS. Christian church next Sunday. Mr. W. R. Peebles and family areoccupying' Monday.Mrs. .
Rev. C. M. Gray will begin a seriesof FOR LESS THAN 6 CENTS A WEEK
the A. P. Baskin place L. 'E. Manbum went to Mi- .

.Special correspondence Ocala Banner meetings at the Methodist church southwest of town, but will shortly canopy on a pleasure trip. ;:;

Mrs. J. W. Stevens expects to leave Friday before the first Sunday in move to their own residence nearby Mr. Wilson Tate is trying to sell Every School Child in the State can easily secure three

Friday to visit her son J. E. Stevens, October. Mr, Jim Howell went to Sarasota
out preparatory to going to Califor-
'subscribers THE SUN. We will of theseWatches
Mrs. H. S. Chambers has sold her to give one
at Crystal River; Monday to ship his furniture back to nia. .

"Our school started last Monday elegant, home at Orange Lake to William Anthony, Mr. Howell couldn't Jive 'Messrs.: Dixon Irvine and Mr. P. to Every Child who sends us three 'new sub-

with a nice attendance.. Hall, of Lowell. from. away from Anthony, long at a time. H. Nugent, of Ocala, were here last subscribers, accompanied by $6 or three renewals, accompanied -
S. H. Bergin returned
;: MUs> Stella Martin left last week Mrs. Mr. Carroll and family moved into week.

for Martel where she will teach Key West last week., town last week. They reside in the Mr. Walker went to Dunnellon Saturday by$6] the Watch willlbe sent .by return mail.

scbooL* Dr. Burgin is in Jacksonville buy house formerly occupied by Mr. H. to visit his family. 92t'4tflorida

The stork visited the family of Mr; ing a bill of drugs.v Martin. Services will be held at the Presbyterian
last and Mr. S. H. Gaitskffl and wife, who .say June Bug we miss and F.
and Mrs. L. M. McQualg you church Sunday afternoon at

presented them with a fine ba.byboy. .were' supposoed to be' in the mountains M. so much. Come again. three o'clock' and at night. Every "

Mr, H. A. Atwater was seen in ourberg of North Carolina, are in Louisville Mr. John F. Carlton, of Pine, was body attend. East Coast Railway '

Saturday. I Ky. It is always the case whenan seen on our streets Saturday. EARLY RISER. 1
slits head e .
Mines Blanche and Ruth Stevens old Kentuckyian get 'Miss Rives is the. guest of Mrs. (Note.-Received too late for last '

Tiiited Mrs. J. S. Grantbam Sunday turned. in that direction, he is very Davis Baskin for a few days. I I weew.-Ed.) L ::Jims i_ Card No. 65SCUTHSGUNDtfCAU In Enect April! i t5, 1906. {

night apt to turn up somewhere in the Blue Mr. Irby has nearly finished trimming .
)Ir. bless Stevens, who ,has been Grass section. the shade trees, which makes a Quite a crowd from here attendedthe .

visiting his parents at this place, re W. E. Mc'Corley, of Boardman has great improvement in the appear- marriage at Flemingtor. Sunday: t. -- -,-------I "-'.
returned home after a two month's r4'1.i"a! '\. 2J! STATIO'g, \jil..73 0e.98Gd,1
turned to Gardner last week. ance of our little town. at the 'church.Mr. r.df 'Da47 ...
PANSY,1, stay in the mountains of North Caro- BLUE BELL. and Mrs.' Will Coin and Mr. ,-: -- a3U .<<;
.. I 60'11m.t 3htm L v_... _M..Jack'onvila..__...\.r 7 2 nCl
.... and Mrs. Leland Smoke, of Ocala, 610 a : an"u.. .SontLoSek: ant ilo. .. .1.7 71Ipm 6 47taI
lina.Miss the milliner from )i.:" 1') '0:10 ... ... .St. An ustino.'S 13pm 1 ti&Ja
THE NEWS FROM MOSS BLUFF. Llpscomb, BELLEVIEW NEWS. came through here' Sunday night 7:i-1 111J.1m ".--...:-.-.-, atings.--.--.......-- .. S aipm 4 kJsmcra
? Baltimore, ,came In last week and S 11 xtm to .._.... ._..r Is.'it PalsLl: _.....___.__.. Of S 20ym 6 3udmh
from Flemington. They were in an
went right to work with the firm: of '"t;j i.1iJ .12 W Cl Ar..___ Pl\latkL.-J- .. ....-.L., 4 Sspia 6 ioi
correspondence Ocala Banner. Special correspondence Ocala Banner. automobile.Mrs. .

Special The farmers in this section are C. & D. certainly Company the and the one ladies for say the Judge and Mrs. Hopkins have moved Bessie Tate has returned home 00 6t3_ 515am; Lv...____ .,.San Diateo _. ....__....Ar 925pm ..-.........
very busy gathering their crops: The she is into their new home on the shoresof after a most enjoyable stay in North 9T'j; 12:2pm ... ____. 43(1pm 8 9fsaWt -
place. Lake Lillian. Their daughter-ln Carolina with her parents. I 1'n 124Opm ____!lu;>uct..___ Zpm S3Otm
j com is very nearly all in and the 9 43pm 113pm It ._ "...,._ Ormond-_.__..".... It a flGpm i OOatiJ
good. Cane law Mrs. Stephen Hopkins, and three Mr. Grover wails, of Gainesville I l\J 6":pit 2lpm "_-....,. Daytona --..-" S c5pm 4 4.
yield has been very GRINER FARM. iJ vq.m 1 Gpo "_.._.._...., Port orange ___.__ 1 3Z pm 4 Cam
crops look promising at; this writing. children, of Crystal River, are visiting will be here now for some time as' lu 33pn1 200pm Ar.___.. ..tier Sn'rl1L.- ..._...........__ 3 lupin 4 ..Sam111tam _

is about them. conductor on the train. 0& 4pm Art.._._...._ Lake "_...__.._.. 1 Wpm R 3pter
The cotton crop poor, one Special correspondence Ocala Banner. 11 2Sam 4 oopm "t___..... Orange l.1t7..__._.... ........:., 125Opm 5 y
third short caused by the excessive Corn gathering is about finished The public school began this week Mr. R. J. Cronch, after resting upa 11 -tOal1: 5 OOpm "T...-- ...._Orange Coy J unction ...........-.t" 12 Opr ,, m_ .

the months. satisfac with Mrs. DePast of Arcadia, as few weeks went back to work on 10 45.m 210pm Lv.._.___.: ew _.._.__-. 3' 41t =
rains during summer and the yield has been very ... lapin 24Jpm ..._........__OaL litll.L, 240pm 3 : .
Our school is progressing very tory. principal,. ana MISS nines, or Bushnell : his train again.. 1161pm 315pm Ar____.-........ ....'I1tusl"UIe." ..._....,__,...... 205pm _fOUa...:!...
sick asistant. About thirty-one, schol- Miss Maude Bruton returned to her 1110am I 5 Opm Art-_.....__,6anfor ..._....___......! v 11 55am =
nicely! and everyone' seems to think a M. Hullum Jones was on the \ 6 2O:>n I 11 Siam Lvt..________Sanror.__..... tAr 6 Wpm 1 t
enrolled. home In Gainesville after
have been
Tuesday, a
great deal of tie teacher Miss Georgia list last week. We are glad to see ars : 11 51pm I S 161'01 Lv.w...__1'ltU3vil.e _._ __At R 3 OOm
Mrs. F. P Lightsey is ill N visit here with her sister, Mrs. Burch. U2: 3 6tpci .,.r..... .... ..Cocoa._...,::___._,LY 121pm 1 :"taiis
Snow, him out again. 'llac SSlpm; "....._;___._RtCkled e______... 12Oym
'Mr. Buford Leitner happened to a Walton Nelson is able to be about Mrs. H. E. Burch went to Gaines- 1 titnt J t 2'pm ."...._....,....EI\I1(h!iie.. .__ ... U 47pm .il.I,1S&III l
Rer. Inter of the Congiegatlonal after short illness. ville to her mother. 1 1''Ia t fpm __ .,, Melbourne.- 3ipm l Siam
again a Monday see
filled his appointment very painful accident, last, week. 1 :) I1)00m ".,.,.,....,.,,, 8ebestlan: _.. ,," 1112am 12 II3&m
church, regular !I. and Mrs. A. L. Nott are rejoicing Little Edwin Gibson has been very 2 -t-'Iam G OOpm "_?,..... .,,,n_Sk Lucie .. ,,..,,,....._" 10 58&m U 0011'
her last Sunday. While working in Ocala he was putting S oiam 615pm: .N.__,.,.,,..Fort Pierce......,.....,.,. .. 10 IjIJII.D1 b3pm
some on an elevator the over the arrival of a bouncing ill recently with fever. Dr. Davis, of :; :! out 6 _.._.....Ttbballi... ___" 1017 am 1111 13 m
t,_ The Masons of Morning Star lodge syrup baby boy. Irvine is attending him. 6-41pm "____Eden..,,,,....,__.' 1O 13&m U 15:1ij.'jjU1 pm
cable broke, dropping him to the floor 3 40am Ii 46pm II__,, _Jensen .,,,... ,?.,.,. 10 c.s&m 11 orJpm
No..$4. will have a meeting on the The many friends of Professor Little Fred Wathews, son of Mr. and 3 Slam IS :)7pm".. _, ..ft..Stuut.--.,_.._.. 10 poem 10 5@pm
nth at 2 m. All members are requested a distance of about twenty-five feet. -i 2'Jam 7 23pm "__., ... Hobe Sound_.,,.,..,.,_," 9 JI&m 11 29pm
p. Though his Injuries are not serious, Green are glad to see him out again Mrs. Dan Mathews, is very ill 01 4Jam .740pn "_. .- -.. ,Westlaplter.__.."...,,.._N .18am 10 OOpm515sm
to be present to make'ar. after his recent severe illness. Miss Delia Smith will leave Saturday 15pm "___ ..{West Palm Beach__&a 845G1 9 : JPDi4311.m
they are very painful. He is getting : 0 8 4lpm "_.,._ .,Boynton .,,_" 8 Zam 9 Oipci _
rangements to visit Ocali on the tfth Our oldest resident D. R. Dana, 'enjoyed for Central where she will 'h- 5 t..un 9 OOpm ".._.........._DcllaJ_r ;.,, ,.",,,,,. 8 Iam 8 6Opm
of October to participate in and witness along very nicely at present IS 4iSam 9 .Opm ..-..,..,.,,,Fort Lauderdale_" 7 26&m 7 G9pm
Mr. W. H. Luffman and son Albert a ride about town Monday. gins schoool Monday. 6 Sam 9 47pm It_....M...._Danla _....,.,.." 11km 7 Wpm
the of the stone 7 O'B.m! 9 58pm ". ........,. 'I U
laying corner Mr R. A. Bradley and family have Oh the peach tree man was here HaJla.nd&le, ._ 7 O9ani 7 pm
made a visit to friends and relatives 7 3am 10 20pm "_. ._--Lemon C1tr........ 1 6 43am Upm
of Marion's new court house, and to moved into the house formerly occupied and sold a number. of trees. 7 501UIl 10 OOpm Ar___.." Miami..... .?......,.. T.v 6 B5&II1 7 Oipm s81aam
at Fellowship last week. I -.,_ 3 OOpm
hear the discussion between Governor Mr. T. A. Mitchell. Robert Graham of Gainesville .. LVI M1aml.--f.-\r
Mr. W. J. May of Tony FIsu, was by 10 3Oam : : :=-IIOmeJte&.1 tL, __ U 30pat
Mr. Beard the
Broward and on here last week. and Miss Florrie Jennings hada
draining of everglades.. We hope visiting acquaintances FAIRFIELD ITEMS. very 'pleasant drive out. to McIntosh Buffet Parlor Cars on trains 29 and 7S. Baffet Sleepbr On oa trains W and 98.
While ,here he purchased a fine tractof .t Daily except Sandsy
that every voter in the county will last Wednesday night going to
farm next .a.z1
be there to hear the argument as ,the land ,and intends to 113.23 I t I
-i- to learn Special correspondence Ocala Banner. a birthday reception. Sat No.21 Dal No.n No.16 Na18 Noi8'No.201N4.2:
subject is a great one and ought to year. We were all pleased cooed and Es.7 MAYPORT BRANCH.a J i Seri
nice show :Mr. A. J. Jones has his house
that he has received a handsome for Mr Youngue gave a :SUII. Dt1ly Snt. Dal17 DattT Soo. Dan, Dtu7 Dill, hL
interest every voter in the county tune from the estate of his father, in Saturday night comprising ,magic higher from the ground thinking. It On17. ..!!!!1,95Op
and as the good people of Ocala have music the will be healthier. 643p 510p 200p1000aLv.--.Jacksonvltle
lantern pictures and by 700a 84 1 6 920p
promised to give us a good time for South Carolina.Messrs. There will be services at the Bap-: 9C18p 65.p 518p 208pIOO8a "_South Jacksonville..-Lr 852aCiQai 832a1262 652 917p
Charles Leitner and Geo. phonograph, which was "fine. 1)30p 72p 5 240p1039a "'._.B&bloBes.Ch.. ,._" 800al22Dp7&5ajl2I3p' ia IVJP
the day. Let's all go and partake ofOcab' A crowd from here went to MIcar- tlsh church 'Sunday .morning. and 1oSip 729 S55p 245p 1041a oj--....Atlantle Beach 615a ; 616pj BSi
Luffman made a : business trip to 1050PI74i>p SlOplSOOplllOOa_Mayport L HOa'1200njIOOpl'I >
v $ ?
Not Marion
hospitality. only night. Will .be glad to have at.
on'an excursion you
Saturday night ,
-i county people have been Invited ,but Kendrick Mr. Billingsly the first, of part Reddick of the paid week.his nopy given over the G. & G, railroad.A tend. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

people from all over Florida. So come of folks gatheredover SUNNY JIM.
everybody for Ocala's people will brother a visit Sunday. Close Connection Made at MIami with of 'tl ;
at Mrs. Walter Gibbons Tuesday -- Steamships the P. t 0. S. S. Company -
give good time. They never Miss Mattie Jones was the hostess Notice to Country Correspondents.
_ you a
social night. night and enjoyed the music ,of the Havana
do thus by ualves uf a pleasant Tuesday Our country correspondents are re and Key West -
All report having had a jolly time.
quested to have their copy'in not later
John T. Lewis visited Ocala -us Miss Bertha ,Jones returned; her H. E. Busch, Miss Maude Burton Two Sailings Each Week. '
than Thursday morning or it will be
week. He bad business" with the had
and :Miss Florrie Jennings a
Ocala Foundry & Machine Works. home visit at of.Palmetto several weeks Thursday with aftera her most delightful time over at Reddick impossible to get it in our weekly Trains Discharge Passengers at Shlp' Slip. No Transfer r

Mrs. George Blount of Okahump- paper before the following: week. Sev These TImeTables show the times at
r which traIns
Tuesday evening. may be expected to am"at ud lSepAl
cousin, Miss Hattie Jones. Miss Hattie from \he 8 nralIt&Uons.but their .
eral correspondents reached us the antral or dep&11U:1I
te times Itat9'1 S.lIosguar&l1io1e4
kee. has been visiting her parents not is this
accompanied her cousin home fora Miss Minnie Burton is a guest of Caaupany to be held fpons1ble for anT delayS oil1 C01Uequence.using tberetmm. a
week after
past our weekly edition
and friends at this place for a week. her sister Mrs. Alice Burch. -or t
visit. of the
week's Copy
several LOCAL
had gone to press and will have to or Other Information
)(r. N. J. Meadows, of Jacksonville, Charlie feel for Cecil Lohrig is with his brother at
Poor we you.
for week.General
be a .
kept over "SEE
has been visiting his son for a 'few. Messrs. George and Al Rames, of this place again this week. THE TICKET AGENT.

Rt days. Ocala, were callers in our burg Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Young are DimItri Feodoeovick Tre- I. D.. RA-"NER..Ass Oen'L .Pass. A-.., ST. AUGUSTINE. FLAP tf

s Mrs. D. Long of Astor, has been visiting relatives here. commander of the ".,
,- pot Imperial palace .
.. visiting her father P. T. Griggs, fora Messrs. Henry Talton and Henry Mrs. :Mamie Jones and child spenta is dead at his home in Russia. He E. C. Smith.. C. V. Roberta -.

few days. Swindle were visitors to our little few days with her mother, Mrs. was the most hated man 'in Russia

_# Mr. A. L. Griggs has just returned city Sunday. Mathews at this place this week. and for years has lived in fear of as. SMITH & ROBERTS. ,. '

from a visit on the east coast., Mr. George Luffman was calling Miss Lessie Mathews. Misss Florrie sasination.' The constant dread undermining Funeral Directors and :

Messrs. J. B. and Jim Caldwell at Fort King Sunday Who is she Jones and Mrs. Gussie Cronch had a 'his health. Licensed Emtalmcrs) : -

cave gone south to make a winter Georgie! '- pleasant drive of about two or three LATEST ,METHODS. BEST GOODS WORK GUARAlot7un. ':l.i 't -

_i garden. RACHAEL.A miles out of twon Friday. The Clipped Syllable. Telegraph orders receive prompt atte ntlon. and embalming done &nJ1f art '.

I There is quite a good deal of,'fever The ,band leader' of Ocala was here We've shorteded up our words, a few,. on short notice. ;"''.,_

reported over the settlement ,, but complete assortment of the famous two or three days this week with Otto The scheme 'is far' from twaddle.

none of a serious Lowney's candies always\ on hand! at Lohrig. Progressive young'folks.say "skiddoo"Our

F nature.BLTJFFITE.. A. W, Bridges. Always fresh x 'Mrs. E. L. Anderson went to grand sires said "s1ddd CU; ." OAL4! FHRN1TURECOpkNy{

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came kD'TIi1ay.tQ attend the meeting a
MISS (SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS.- 4 of the Daughters of the Confederacy Mr. and Mrs' John W Hodge receilved .- From- last ,'l day' Daily 'No

Local Editor. at 1h -' home of Brs. J. A. Walters. 'a telegram- Friday "'morning At the meeting' of the board of, Operation

-- Mrs Long left Saturday for' Jacksonville announcing the death of 'their son, trade y st ry- afternoon, in the' absence -

Miss L Genevieve Smith has. returned ,ttf be present 'At. the 'marriage of Mr. I. ;T. 'Hodge., which, took place of 'th president and vlce-pres;

,' home froth a, visit to friends at Me- her nephew Mr. Edward Love, Ust night before at Delray' on the ident,, Mr.'W. J. Chambers was called
: Intosh."Mr. which took place Tuesday evening.. east coast. He was ,about, twenty- to the chair. Mrs. Malinda Akers, of Basham, Va, writes: -'

4 _, five years of age and had been :working The minutes of the last 'meeting -"I 1 had what doctors 'call prol pse,' and couldn't ., -

W. P. Hull .of .Reddick,. was Mr. and Mrs. J. B.. Webb of Kendrick at Delray for sometime past Be- were read and the somewhat glaring stand straight. I had pain in my back and -

r visitors were visietors to Ocala Friday. sides hir parents he' is survived by omission of 'any- record of the formal
among our pleasant business. shoulders, and was very irregular and profuse.
have retturned home -
They recentlY'
several brothers and sisters one of protest 'of' the board to the proposed
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-- CQ n. _ from a trip of several months. They whom is Ernest Hodge: of' this office. "Sunny Jim" Tampa train was noted Doctors said an operation was needed, but I

I Mrs. John L. Edwards and her. two toured the western' states 'going as and ''the secretarY was instructed to ,couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After tak- .

: pretty little daughters "have gone to far as the' Pacific slope and returned. Friends extend : their sympaty, to properly correct his records. ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui, I could walk .

Old town to vlsfit Mrs. Edwards' par, to, the astern'states coming south the. .bereaved family. '. Mr.' E. E. Robinson,, of the committee around. Can. now housework and am in .

entL, ; ;I [from .New: York on the Clyde Line. i on publicity reported that upon health." .
.. splendid
They had a good trip and visited Since the abov was written we f rt ier'lnv stlgatton-\\ found that a

: Mr.... and Mrs.. W. vStrobhar",;' '4 many ,f: their ;old ,friends and ,relatives received the following telegram, majority 'of our citizens were in favor Cardui is a pure, vegetable, medicinal essence, li. -

Montgomery. Aia., are visiting Mr. both in the west and east. which will explain' Itself: of a county exhibit at the state especially adapted to cure women's diseases. It :i

Strobhays father. Capt. J.. N. Strob- -
Special to the Ocala Banner: fair. Further investigation developed

: bar {at Panasoffkee Mr.. Robert Alien Burford, jr., arrived Miami, Fla., Sept. l .-At Delray the fact that there Is a well organized relieves excessive periodical pains, regulates

homeFrt"day, afternoon from Anapolis last night, E. T. Hodg, formerly of movement on foot which will irregularities, and is a _ ,14

Mr. H. L. Secklnger. of Martel wasa Maryland having Just been Ocala, was struck on the head with result' In a'proper representation of safe, pleasant and reliable FREE ADVICE

prominent vistor: to Ocala Friday graduated? from the naval academy. I an ax handle by a man named Rhoden. Marion county. ", remedy for all Write us a $letur lesoiUaf' alt -
; He was a caller at this 'omcean4'left' your symptoms, and we will 4 ymt ..
He finished his course after havingwon Young Hodge died two hours later., l The proposed ordinance 'for street sick women In successful Free A4vice. pUla scle4 ..vck*.. .
his autograph on our books., many honors during his four Address: Ladies Advisory DepanMat -
MORNING NEWS. naming 'and house numbering upon for 'lA TheChAtt&lIOO&d\e.1ldD.Co*CUtUnooga. ,
years, :both in 'his studies and in was deferred until Ibis use over .4J ,T nD.years. :
Mr F: M. Harp of Citra a sue action meeting '
: athletics 'and before USED A DREAM SERMON. Try it. j'J
was graduated .
read aIid the for
-: ceseful turpentine, operator and a was again necessity
his nin t enth' birthday. His friends ;
i partner of Mr. F. I... Watson formerly prompt .ctlon along-this l1ne was em
are all very proud of him. After Preacher Foresaw ,Young Woman in I At Every Drug Store in $1.0-0 Bottles.
: of this city was visiting; in Ocala phasized by Postmaster Crom and
; Dreamed
spending two weeks herewith his parents Death-Talked a> he Had .
others. A resolution was then adopted
: Friday, : will' The Rev. Oscar E. Braune, pastor of I
he return to Ananolis and '
,i ? the First German Lutheran church of unanimously approving this ordi-
*ir. Xf M. Mathews of 'F1emi 1gt n, will begin a several years cruise to nance and Mr. R. 'L. 'Martin as the .
4 Newark N. J., announced a [:few days WINECARDUI: -
China and other foreign countries.
member elect of the county clmralssioners committee on the'part' of the board ,
i ago as he began funeral services over -
was--Inaccompalned 0".1q .'r1iyaudwas : ; of trade 'was directed'to present same !

by. his son v Tie 'says i Visit3 FroW'the' Delkth" Angel.Friday the body'of'Mfss Frances'Lorna Wads- to'the city council at their next, meet.
worth at her late home; 175 Fairmont '
the excessive; ..rains shortened the morning -;(at 1 lenf 'c1OCk : ing. Postmaster Crom 'was also requested -
avenue that he would :preach as near-
crops considerably' In his section. after aif illness'of*:only" two' days, -. to be present and explain to
; ; ly as possible the sermon, from
I Minnie Gillen, the little daughter of the council Necessity: of the workA -
Miss the same'text, as'he had delivered In EMOvALSAtiE
'Margaret SjtUwelU graduate
Mr 'and Mrs. 'p. Hi Gillen, passed special committee on railway
; of the Kate Baldwin Training school, a.dream. two months ago over the
away at the home of her parents. schedules and the' layover of locomotives -
I of Savannah will a kin dead body of the same young woman.
: open private '
'" She was nearly five years of age, at this point' made a' report .
dergarten In Ocala this fall. For particulars Mr. Braune said that, just, two
and was 'the sunshine, other parents' which was 'received as in!ormatloil.It .
address Miss ,Margaret Stil months to the day prior to the drawn- ,
: home'and they are' heartbroken over was stated that It was improbablethat (9T THEBOSTON -I
: Silver 'Flal ,9-15-3t ing of Miss Wadsworth in the surf
: well Springs, the___ death'____' ot'thelr__ ___!._ _loved_ __ nne.__u She___ was n __ ,, the proposed 'hew' schedule to I
at Bradley Beach, which occurred on
their only daughter' and they feel, her .Tampa over the A. C.-L..would b.e put
Mr. Lon K. Edwards. of Irvine, was last Tuesday. he dreamed that she
Is* the .foreman on that ro d. .
loss keenly. Mr. Gillen' by
a visitor to Ocala"Fr1day and stated was before him,, dead,. and, that he
.' of the Ocala Banner job office
to a reporter' of this paper that the : was preaching her, funeral .sermon.. .' Turpentine Operators Elect Officers.

- Irvine Crate & Basket 'factory' Is now and the eidtor and the other members The impression of the dream was so The following' officers were electedby 'I

it In full operation and 1$. overrun with oi the force ,unite .In expressingto strong that he related It to his wife the 'turpentine operators. at their

-_; orders for and vegetable Mr.- and Mrs. Gillen their sympa- the following day. meeting in Jacksonville to serve the Is Still On'and Will be On ,

crates., I. thy in their bereavement. He recalled that his text In the ensuing. year: '

President. Col. W. M. Toonier. Until the Entire Line of Goods
: I :Friday morning at her:residence In dream sermon was "Be Ready' Also, -

CoL Syd 'I... Carter. of Gainesville taken from Luke xii., 14, and he used yicePresident, A. Sessoms.Secretaryr ...
this city Mrs. T. Scarborough daughter 1' J.
: formerly state attortney" for this' district j : .J. A. .Holloroan. .
that text yesterday, and as nearly: .as
Has Been of
I W' denies that he has made aypli'cationfor of, ,Mrs. .Eliza, Smith. ,'. died quite C 'I! he could recall the words of the sermon .Treasurer-R. M. Sass ett. Disposed suddenly.. She' was the neice of Mr. "
..... ''a-" permit."to. sell,liquors', Charles W.. Smith and had of his dream. Executive committ W., M., T 01n'
. wneindbeer". In, the Dunnellon er, A. Sessoms; J. A..Holidmon. It. M, I !

I- t district. ''in-this-county.' It is another- friends who were! 'pained remains to, learn of An Awful Suicide. Sassnett. J. B. Padgett.," R. .S., Hall. A. Besides the regular lines the big line off ALL GOODS order- ; -
death. The '
her were
: S. L. Carter,"" ti per- With a feeling of deep disgrace and P.. Mallby. 'Fl. J.,O'Hara!" A D. Coving- ed before knew that should be compelled to I-
we we are"
Smith & move
:. .... '..r" pared for burial by Messrs. humiliation, the burden of which he ton. J." W. Ward and A. Pridgen.. *
/ of the Roberts and sent to Oxford, where Parish 'a arriving now,' ana rather than pay additional.lreight cnarges"to "
Hon. W
lite at fighters'jn he ,floor,of the legis- the funeral ttook place Saturday. young white man tweJ tyfouryears'of and a very successful one. The some other poiht, we will also place these on sale at .

: declines to be side-tracked by age committed suicide in the convict operators adopted a scale of prices actual manufacturer's cost.; Amon \ these goods may be .

V-- ;( being made "Mr. Speaker." He says Meeting of the Daughters. camp managed by ){eans'&"Cm- and it is 'hoped thereby to satisfactorily found all he latest novelties in Dress Goods, and the lady '

1 he can be of more service-to< his people Among the, pleasant social eventsof pany, eight miles south, of Bronson, solve' the momentous labor prob-- who overlooks this opportunity to secure just what she'

; elsewhere' than in that exalted the past week was the meeting of at a late hour Wednesday. afternoon. lem.
need for this of the at the lowest
. \"f., which season year figures't ,
position.-Lake City. Index. the Daughters with Mrs. J.A. Walters It was a queer method, by '

' t .--' "- S and her daughter, Miss Florence, Walters Parish d .dded to take his own, life A Florida War Incident.- which she eyer bought them will regret ,it wheh too late. J ,

.. 4 Kn of the of the Perhaps many of our citizens do
Mr. William block one Friday. afternoon. It. was quite, but it was probably- account. .

pioneer .its'"well- as one of .the.. most largely: attended. ''Mrs. Henry W. fact that he could devise no; .other not know' that at the beginning of :,_

4t succesful farmers1 of Marion .county, He was working in the woods the war between the states General
'. Long; of Martel, a member of the way. :
;: was shaking hands witwh his Ocala chapter, was'present as was also Miss and it is said that he begged the Beauregard was in supreme command, c ,,'

: ; friends Friday, lie is one:: man that Nellie Hooper and, Mrs Ferguson. of. guard l several.times during: the day to while General Lee was In commandof

can truthfully say that farming pays Mississippi, who is visiting her ,par kill him. In fact, is is asserted that ':South Carollna.-Georgia 'and ,Flor-

4& as his banki- i account will t llr'atteSt.. ents.-. Mr.. and Mrs. A. Y. Strunk. and he endeavored to make his escape for ida. While in Florida his headquarters The Boston Stor: :
: '
no other purpose but to get: the were at Fernandina. General
"' the-presence of these ladies was'very ...,
I Mr. W. S.iNorton\ one of the prominent much enjoyed. guards to shoot him, with the hope Benjamin Hopkins a' brother of1 the .

? 1 business; men of st. r Petersburg The! order of business was that the bullet would cause 'Instant late General Edward Hopkins of this

,? :4 and a promoter of the,.growth of that conductedafter regular which Mrs. J. H. Liv death; but the guard realizing his city: ; raised a' cavalry'company of FROM FERTILE FLORIDA.What .'

1 :t city, Is visiting relatives in this I condition did not shoot but captured over 100 men, of which'company I was --
ingston Miss Hooper and Miss Walters In the
'fi reuaIziiiere for sev--I are Doing
\ will
county and
read interesting selections and ice him easily in a foot race. clerk: and acting quartermaster and the Grapefruit an / Pine
T : .eral days. He is ,a gentleman that in Parish with commissary. We were stationed at :
Late the afternoon.
cream and cake were served at the Many of the planters in Dade
Marion county "points to with pride up" different places' -Putnam and adjoining -
the other prisoners was "linIng
conclusion of the afternoon. are putting out pine slips
Suddenly 'county. It'came to the knowledge :
to return to
Mrs. Scott will entertain tne Daughters their citrus trees.
Bull who has been
Miss Mary ; began"to that there was a
and of
: Parish left the platoon ;our captain
month. The peach and
next orange
If spending the summer at SylvesterCovlngton Three four of live oak' ready for
bump his head on a log. or large quantity fine. There will be a
:E Ga.,, with her sisters, Mrs. I : river. Hethought
tremendous licks finished the j Job He shipment on' the Halifax
of the Ocala High School crop of oranges In Candler this
C. Jerniean. Opening
Foster and Mrs.H.
Alford when whe taken ; that the federalst might be
'" ; .. and1also, with. .friends,.and ,relatives Val'a.tlOl days will soon be over was u ., vessels. He sent Oscar Lessiter and Sheriff
--- the for- building .
r I from the 'log. and died during after it I have about : -
S of Fort Pierce now
:, in Atlanta, arrived home Friday and thin g of the school bell me to General Lee at Fernandina for

afternoon. Miss Bull.. has had a most will summon the rboys and girls of aight[ to at acres of pineapples near
", Parrish was arranged in a, justice an order for our company go A, number of Georgia business

l'1 -- delightful'- glimmer.r, .->' r; this, city to, another: winter's. pleasant court about two weeks ago in Bradford once to D nlawton (now Daytona and will plant peaches and pecans i

: study. a charge of petit Ormond) protect th live oak. Gen.
Mrs. Rt i: Hall and little sons and morning county upon extent of about 150 acres
1 o'clock Monday
: At nine on side of table '
I and was convicted and sentenced Lee sat down on one a
.' Miss Mattle Williams are at home the the Ocala pub- larceny Petersburg. \
October first
,' to spend three months in and asked'me to take a seat on the
; I
-. again after spending the summer 1 The Tampa Times figures the
for the term .
He school re-open about
of fine i side and after talking
f' He was a young opposite
away. The first part of 'the summer the ]prison. ing orange crop at a .trifle over
Mr. J. H. Workman
with '
m 1906-07 connections In matter for awhile,'he gave me the
11 : they spent at Dowling Springs d!near ;Principal charge. He I appearance; has good the 000 boxes .and says the quality |
popular Hopkins'
and wail so mortified order for Captain company
month aiid Alachua county, ises to be extra good. I- -
111 Live, Oak and for the past : assisted by thefollow
ftr will? be ably this
at once
that' he could not of cavalry 'to 'repair :
at his predicament -
: a hall: have been at ,Hendersonvllle; : At Captiva preparations are :
ing litutenants: the disgrace and humiliation bl point for the purpose named. The gen
, them for the fall .and
N. C. Mr. Hall accompanied on rapidly
$ tst assistant H. L. Mattes;, 2nd assistant correspondent then 'in' the prime'at life.
prisoner.-GalnesvUle eral was
f home'from' iJ.TaeksonvUle.5. _- Miss Sarah McCreery; 8th being. a. L t., crops; and the season seems
_j. ,"'. ... :lr Timeunioa. J He'was'about my heightand proDaDlyweighed favorable, timely showers ::
.weir grade, Miss Georgia Borgen; 7th -S ....... '160 pounds.. He'. wrote out :
'J iS Mr.JWUams, the known There has been the largest
grade, Miss Hattie Dye; 6th grade, A Kindergarten, School.for Ocala, the order himself. The 'next time i -
f fish 'and oyster man of Homosassa. bananas raised at Lotus this
: Miss :May Turnleyr 6th grade. Miss1Iram Miss Margarelt Stilwell,! him was in' Jacksonville some '
was here He says that the I saw than for before, and a
Friday years "
: Pasteur; 4th grade. Miss will a ,kindergartenschool had aged
; Springs, open after the war. He
the fish and oyster season will 'soon 1 time. market, near home is found "f"j:
;; .
:3rd"grad Fannie
Miss In This
0- gussle Fort; in Ocala'early October. and had become much stouter. "
be and he,:anticipatesa.
on In full force all. i
Clark;' 2nd grade, Miss Margaret will be e exceedingly good news .to : died at Dunlawton, when "
Our captain
larger trade than ever. That the S. A. Osteen is spraying the i,
Taylor; ;s( grade, Miss Nellie Stevens -,the mothers in Ocala and no doubt Lieutenant Stevens became cant-in. "
; ;. :1I.Florida' fish and. oysters/arejcoming;; < Mendenhall. of Capron, Provost Walker and
Miss Ella '
assistant, have large class.
; ; she will a 4J. C. Greely in Jacksonville Metrop--
4 favor.
.) more and more Into popular : er, at Lotus. They all
of, .the '
: Miss ,Stilwell Is a. graduate .
: -: The Williams Fish CQ.! .&i" a*,: very fCit :What to do4: 'With-, the- Editor. Kate Baldwin Training 'school of I olis. crops, of :which 90 or 95 per c

e. business: bright. -

,:,'" ; / At a.,recent editorial,.. convention a Savannah and Is. a very charming' The Breath of Life. Hon.: Ceo. M., MelAne, 'cf ;: 10.
minister the following toast: lady. She has recentl'orneto : fact that the '
offered young significant
Mr. prominent It is
4 J, S. McAllister- a Gorda has in his garden six
saw mia man Reddick.. was a visl "To save an editor -from starvation, Silver:Springs to make her home! strongest animal of Its size the,Powerful gorilla okra, the, fruit from which : .
who is connected with also has.the larcest.lungs.
her father ,'
it promptly. with .
S. and ,
tor to Ocala Friday. Hesaysthat. his take. his,. paper pay- t": Lumber Company lungs means 'powerful creatures. netting him 12 1-2 cents a i
.. mill has. been running contitnually .on Tp'saye him\froni\ bankruptcy.< advertise -[the Silver' Spirngs How' keep f the. breathing .organs ,the past several weeks.B. .
'" <1<- Miss Stilwell a llbf
S "r. ..time since' the day of' its completion In his ''p'apei liberally. To save We :bespeak for f' right should be man's chiefest'study.. P. Chilton, president of '-i -
S :; send him every eral p tronage. i 'thousands of-others, Mrs. 0. A. '
:and has orders always ahead. That him from despair Like is'the
; council of New Smyrna
0. has
Williams '
.. of_ Port ,
; .- fe* P$*f ot 3w ,ber Is entirely;; 's at15-] item :which, you can get hold I -f. ,learned to do this. She writes: of a fifty-acre,grove, one of the !

tory and that the lumber men are of.s To5save.him from profanity, write The -world- '> Is' right and wrong. ;*Three bottles of Dr., King's New, and handsomest pieces of ::
Miss Jessie Owens one of the most side of the sheet and send it in as An Iffeatbest-labut. a:riddle? v i years and cured me of: :what my Last week about forty' '

"- prominent and "successful of .Marion* 'earjy.} ,asposslble.. Tolsave- him from But",hen:sorrow comei along 4 t; friends .thought ,,consumption. .0 its" r
; : A "" *" I Imistakes.jbury : : J for I throat and Jung troubles. pineapple slips In one :
-f >
i' :wIth S Dg, grand '
We' ai4rownIt j.An'
: '. amfecentfy binv |Dead people.are & co., drug- ,
county; soldJj.OQOacresjjof Guaranteed Tydings sent from Miami to 'Cuba., .
: : i'sf :th 'rm sl d' "
Swinaftimblrl lands/for/It the onIyIoneswb never make mt50take ". t!& ," :.i "L: 1'f 'Y: gists. Price 50 cents and $1.00; ,Trial Laughlln bought the slips at ,' .
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handsome -_ -. bottle tree.1 -
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;; :j ?'' ;f- >iCBftS THE: ,EVERGLADESo Ocala are is not saying much but is jusgoing' Chewing Popular ; .,tEy

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growing steadily and in a way that PEBBV 4r
41 c- pa Qjobft Tells..of. ,a F'Worjder-: SPEECH OPERATOR'S.CONVENTION.AT TURPENTINE. spells permanent prosperity and her ; Man's fondness for 'chewing tobacco is created and .
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Ei&rprlse Hew ,Elec- future..seems girt' about with train
fat in ,the famous Pied
ry "
tobacco produced
'z it.' ..trJc.Lt l U is Said,'Will. We have: .already [referred to Mr- bow'of- 'hope- and promise.. ; the selections of this well ,
T. CL, Hall's' speech 'before the Tur Never before In the history of the mont tobacco belt Only

S CeI1)ect Several West pentane:Operator's Convention at' Its writer has there been as much building iSrsffxf.' matured, thoroughly cured leaf are used m. making

:.i '. '. ,.ie1)d,sit.. Colt.. ', > recent. :session, In< Jacksonville.,. going on In the city' atone: time. SCHNAPPS. That's 'why SCHNAPPS, requires and f, -
.." ',; ( .i: polnw : :' .It. has been referred to as' such''a Every'carpenter, brick mason; painterand than other kind
of sweetening }
.. takes smaller amount
.. fr" <' gem that we do not believe we can laborers every kind have ample .. ,. '
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;! : It please ., our readers better than by. employment and many laborers from -and that's why SCHNAPPS has a wholesome stimulating ?.,>' -

From news from the, west coast 'it publishing it in full. other places have had to ,be Import and satisfying effect on chewers. I '' .
k seems that 'an electric railroad Is tow Maj. Hall said: ,ed. ;p

be;built ,to sonnet Tampa Bartow "Itseems -that I have been called I Mr.' C. S. Cullen has recently built ':i:4 There are many imitations of SCHNAPPS claiming to

.lad? other'' 'prominent places upon,,.to answer the most gracious address ''a fine home on.Fort King avenue; Mr. '{; be "just as, good,"but without the flavor or quality that I

'1A-1 | south; Florida to Fort of W. R. Carter, of the board of Edward Holder now has an elegant has made SCHNAPPS sales more than all similar tobacc Q,4

;Myers' on the Calasahatcheerile trade sent us by that great organization residence In the course of construction :

,, and the following special dispatch with welcome and,expression i and Mr. George R. McKean's

to the Tampa Dally Globe'would of friendship;. and on behalf of the beautiful home on, the same avenue

); .make It'appear that the'gigantic- work Turpentine Operator's Association of is very nearly completed. As soon as

of fiotendlng this road to :Fort My- the naval stores belt, I most heartily Mr. D. S. Woodrow: returns from oJ.

era;:;"across, the;'everglades to Miami accept the courtesies 'in the same 'abroad he will. begin the erection, of .

_ wii>part of the,project, and it may be. spirit in which they'are sent us, now .a lovely home on. Fort King and Mr.

If tao[ however,. it :.Is more probable propose further in behalf of this association Charles V.. Miller is contemplatinga

4 .thaifH M.;; Flagler and not J. D. to load this messenger of : house on his Fort King avenue lot
Rockefeller:is the than behind the enterprise great Jacksonville's board of tradeon : Mr. S. A. Rawls has just finished an ;f Y It is made in the Reynolds factories,famous for producing the best : '

and that the road will be a his return journey with our most :addition to his home and the residence x- chewing tobaccos, by clean, sanitary processes, 'under the same a

feeder, for-.tne Key, West extension. profound respect, love for and heartfelt .recently purchased by Mr. .J.M. Mel s" direction, since 1875,of men who have made the business .a life study.

This Is tHe"way the.4ispatch,reads: .appreciation of. the' kindness o f 'fert from.Mr, Robert: Taylor is being They are the largest and best equipped flat-'plug factories in the
formation [has just leaked out/'oa6tt f that organization.. i i added to In a most substantial man ,. world and are situated in the very center of the world's[ greatest :

important. --move ,on the' part. "Mr.. Carter of',the board of, trade,, nero Mr. Raymond B., Bullockexpects also i chewing tobacco district
'of jffbmlnent New" ..York. and.ClevelancsIAltsts d It needed not your welcome- addressto soon to enlarge ,and beautify If yo 've. never chewed SCHNAPPS, now is the time to get '; J "

'who are about ,to enter assure us .of the :place we had in his home on South: Third street andIt acquainted with the cleanest, most ,'stimulating. satisfying ,. -

the Cithern Gelds.- ,In the development your great.'hearts; from- that day long is reported that Mr. E. K. Nelson j; : s'and: wholesome form in which tobacco can be used. Do not accept ;f EI

of(electric' suburban railways. ago, when your_ beautiful city lay in will .erect a handsome home In this imitations.R. ? -

." At]a meeting/which; was held jnttli asheatn'eUday: : of the first meeting city at an early date as will probably
.J. CO Wfo I
4dt1 :on Thursday Chief Englbe of this Turpentine Operator's' Association Mr J. W. Crosby. The rectory on ,,

-;Sannden' formery ,of Cleveland, -we felt ourselves your bro. Oeklawaha ,avenue ,1s undergoing repairs

butraow of. ,; b; thers.> We,,, have'been made to.feel the both Inside and out to be in

m1W fePorts'" .,of,... ;[:the Purvey.< which, common. ties that bind- us*'"not ..only6y readiness for the rector, Rev. G. H. ;. ..
ha*?/beeri.-m. -4e fps in i electric ";road your collective organization, but Harrison when, he returns ,home In Has Less Sweetening than

:which Is' to use Tampa"Fla. t'a? one by the".Individuals: composing It. But October. with his bride., \ .

of the terminals' and which Is;,.to, be once again I thank you for ,the reiteration The new ,Marion county (60,000 Imitations
extended. In the near' future to Plant of your friendship. court house In this city is now wellunder _

I City;|FI&; thes'to. ,Mulbrr :Ssrerea rTMS- '- Turpentines Operator's- Assa- way and work on it Is being .

powwfouse, "has' been ?ere ed., i in elation, does not come to your. city, rapidly pushed by- the contractors
which 52.000 horse powerft&ll]gen; this,time as in'tne past, proud of Jts and when finished will be one of the being discussed.

. -it: etttedjtfirbm there the\line lstto nun stfength, assured""Its 'position, and 6aIIdsomest/court'houses;In the state. Ocala's hotels, are. already 'begin*

I to Lakeland. Winter Haven,.Bartow, asking' favors of no man; ,when we The laying ,of the corner stone wills to prepare 'for the winter sea- I

Arcadia, Punta Gorda and Fort Myn. have] assembled here before we have take place on October the and soon everything will be bus

l substantially showed our appreciation and it is proposed br the citizens of tle and 'activity around' these hostel;

All ,these'places are located within of the' welcome showed us by Ocala to make that day, .one of ,,the ries..Mr.

a bort;radius;;of Tampa. where it is aldingin the ereetionvof some of,;your. biggest in the history .of, A. E.. :Dolcraeat has. just had

stated, gbtt)the ;headauafter3.,rot the magnificent business., blocks' ;and. 'en, The government lot has been photographed torn ''down the' only' wooden building Bilious ?
coBffty are to )be:located., terprises. 'We have cheerfully\ ; helped and the 'necessory papers with, one exception, left: on the public -

; From this southern terminal of the you in your efforts to create the and data forwarded. to the government l sqUare '(which was the.oldest business

road will'\' eventually, be extended J to world's'greatest naval stores, market who are ma.trfnr'preparations house In Ocala) and will im- The, only sure cure. fox

Miami, on the *ast'coast, butt that In' ,Jacksonville, ,;'and in all things we to give out the contract'for its erection mediately replace H with a, splendid< ** constipation and Biliousness

'part of the scheme will be an' after have endeavored! in our best way to and it will not be many months brick store and It la reported on good that is ilea-.t

consideration, ihtch, -Rlingrgbabirde! establish your! .undisputed prestige before it will be begun. It is to bean authority that' Mr. H.: LJ: Anderson, SOSES and safe natural 1

_ pead upon the 'success'of tl-, efforts before all. -the world. Thus' have we $85,000 building and will not only who owns the'other wooden building ; SMON's

now being made to I drain the. ever- and in'other,waysshown our love for be a credit to.Ocala''but to the whole on the square,' will tear it down and

__ : : trades in. .the sontherh ''part: of ''the you :and our'Interest'in your city But state as well. ,- have a brick,, building put :up in Its PILLS 1
stuff Vfc.... now you see us entirely;' "different, Mr. T. H. Wallis'' new' block whichIs stead., tip i IVEI?,

It was stated last night in the' office and while we are just as.ready to, aid built of artificial stone Is just Quitea number ;of new AND TONIC PELLETS f
-- 'of -sst ,-pitaiis'ttwhd Ji ,'closely identified you, .while dur Interest 'In your. city about finished and one of the storesIs families have lately come' to
.,with the.. ; Standard,'" Oil I'Interests and its enterprises remain the same, already'' occupied :by; the 0. K.,Grocery. Ocala In fact many more The Pills stir the lazy liva to ., S

,that. John .;D. .Rockefeller. .:had:, agreed'- While flay love for you is unbroken, (And by the way, .this stone was have 'come, into Ocala than. .have gone action the Tonic Pellets clean %y J

to finance thVrcad ta'tlie amount" of we. are not the same, for' ,now we made by the Ocala Stone Company, out and certainly ,the present prospects all '
a million'dollars,. which will be ad come to your as supplicants. This another one of Ocala's new 'indus of-.Ocala's future' seem very .impurjties out pf the body,

',need upon first 'xnortgade'securities time. we are seeking your aid. .'to help tries.). The store just vacated by the bright,, ,indeed.., so that, the liver and all' the ,

as soon,II .the road Is;,constructed in an. effort .to relieve ourselves "of Mesrs. Clark Brothers has been 'rented other
It is also'stated that:the promoters conditions to Dr. W. C. Lindsay ,to ,be a College organs act property. J
f ., .-&. that. at times seem almost Mr. R. M Uver, of Sarwah,
of the road" have' secured. sufficien t unendurable. and he will open a clothing store 'In President.' t li
'capital New'York'and' Clevelandr to "You. will find in this assemblagemen it. ; \ Her. W. C. Lindsay, pastor of the

push the'road to an entire'completion, who, have teen all but ruined in The Ocala lodge B. P. 0. E. which Presbyterian church has been elected No Griping -wwr

-a- and that the installing of the .giant the great war of naval stores suprem is growing in numbers rapidly now president of the college at No Purging
l'power plant near Mulberry, Flau, is acy._' You will find men among us who have! under sonslderation the advisability Estill Springs, Kentucky at a

hut the first move in the gigantic undertaking have been thrown into,prison throughthe ,of,putting,up a fine opera house salary of $1,500: a year. This Is one of i ,
.-e 'twoJiew'colleges )Just a natural and
operation of the iniquitous peon- and .Elk's home and in a few.,weeks being built by usyconimon'sensc
the synod of the : Treatment '
_ Standard ,Group Visited! Florida.! age Federal laws, originally intended it will be definitely. decided as to Kentucky, other which -
being as West Liberty. This never fails
la f speaking, of(the.. matter Before to.relieve the conditions of .the ,white. whether. or not this building will be call to -
:s leaving foil* the;south Chief EngineerBauaders glossof. Lanisana and- Texas, -":but erected at an. early date and it;, Is. came to Dr. Lindsay' as a surprise cure ,;
staled' that he'would ietn ni now sectionally applied to=the whole hoped that jthe decision 'will be in L and after spending a week In Kentucky Special Offer.Cut

at once to.Mulberry and'close'several south. Men who through heac: lerouslack'mailing. the affirmative. he returned home to settle up .
contractc. .which. were pending for so-called labor bureaus We are, also likewise soon to havea his affairs and resign as pastor of the"Little'Doctor" out t -
the Presbyterian church here. and mail to us, with the
crossties and T4.l!. now bear the brand of.felon. And you new Atlantic Coast Line freight : name of your druggist and
Cars have been arranged for, ..andcontracts'will will find here almost without excep- depot;and the passenger depot of this Sunday a notice will be y" umaphaveaWeeksTreat i
be" closed; In the northfor.early tion, that each one of us is being systematically line l Is now being repaired. given to ,the church of his Intention meat the Pills and Pellets
and a congregational with bur
'manufacture.: robbed and ruined by the Messrs. Mclyer: and MacKay and meeting compliments.

Mr. Saunders,has been,prominently very labor we give life, to, and .altogether Mesrs. Smith and Roberts have just called for next Sunday to consider Ramon's Brownie ,

connected .with the building of several an organization that in many had beautiful undertaking parlors his resignation. with Weather Calendar-Free

of the Interurban lines which have ways is in need of help. fitted up. the. former's In the rear of Dr. Lindsay has been in :Ocala for purchase,cf Ramon's Forecasts Liver and Almanic inforcntn Given with :yarn W

been constructed out of Cleveland 'in' "Now, Mr. Carter, of the Jacksonville their ,furniture. store and the latter the past four years and has made Drown Pith and Tonic I'tllrts

recent years. board of trade, we 'will call at the corner of Main street and Oek many friends. here who will be 'Very 5L \Manufacturing.. Mo.. Qr.:1.vl11.Company,
sorry that he leaves us.He 1& a learned Tai a.

Several months ago the' promoters upon your I great organization to give lawaha avenue. Both have small
of the'enterprise made trip to Florida us your best efforts your brains in chapels and ante rooms neatly furnished and scholarly gentleman and will : ;

la the Rockefeller: yacht and went helping us out"in these matters. We and the.arrangements of these fill with dignity the position to which
t a part of the route ask that all the parlors he has been elected and while we Ocala House
our ,proposed with mac your undertaking are complete. Wine Rooms.
regret his departure are delightedthat
Mr. Saunders.-Palm Beach News. command be placed In motion, not The streets of Ocala are shortly to
r. only In Florida, but clear' to the .na. be renamed and renumbered and Mr.L. he has been honored with this

Answer Correspondents. ,tion's' capital. We expect your aid. J. Brumby compiling an excellentdirectoq appointment: .. -. TRY OUR .
Yes. We want to see heaven carpeted *I again assure you of our appreciation of the city For Sale. -

over with :green verdure .and of your welcome, and if I have Work is being rapidly pushed on.the Forty acres of fine land near Orange .

mads beautiful and delightful with failed to so express 'myself I trust old block. now called ,the northwest Springs quarter, Marian of county southwest, Fla.quar Toe OLD 0LLEGHAHY

: flowers. Why not, If they make the that you will put it down to the factthat Holder block. which is to be,convert ter. Section 4. township 12. range %t.

world beautiful, which is God's creation I have this time been ,.-"** ed into modem and ,up to date offices See the' land and make me an offer. '
Address D. C. Alexander, Shaw
n why'should they mar- the beauty' to assume a new role on the stage. of and very soon ,some of the offices Miss. -si-is-sm.: '
of heaven?' life-that of public 'speaker."' will be ready for ,occupancy. ; ,,

No. We do not want to 'see heaven They will ,be amongst the most elegantly PURE RYE.
Dunnellon Makes
without gentle docile. animals. and Complaint. appointed offices in the state. .
phunabed fowls,,-and singing,'blrd If It would certainly seem that the One of these new offices will be occupied EiiulioH 'iy Mail '

Ood created' these things' for the railroad companies should do someth by Mr, Dozier Lanier,, who :will >.' fwmelose or MBpIorncnt to get aa etoIflTMft -'
world lug, to-imprgve the. present deplorable eetiod.CA7woo4eper+tlmeete ioaetDom.8eotr & .Put 4 full =
and thought them'beautiful., condition of this 'branch of open dental parlors here. Dr. 'Lanier eepio ..=re.eua. a1.bc.,6emMsrT.8n up Ots
why they be' the roewhich d has been with mlar.1UIItm'Ie..HIIf.or7' T '
should out of place IneaYtnt' Drv L En Chase in this
Dunnellon is unfortunate Tla..dbbrll.n.oeemaaata. 'lMclo n
city for the past year and has made oesmrn in
No. We do 'Dot'want to' 'see serpents enough .to be. situated on. many friends and they _have every tuoll eeylI,1fTMP.S.f'aI,. Cartoons ,

there, because they ,are vi At present no one can even approximate reason to believe that he will be avery '
cloud and dealing and ought to have the time of arrival of freight, successful dentist. t' Delivered at :

t: no place except where sin abounds manes or passengers. The Ocala fire, station has been re- your .

and there Is not supposed to be. ,sthin The bad condition of the road'Is'' re- modeled changed and otherwise, improved Express Office
sponaivble :
heaven.. for daily wrecks. which .., <
keep the tracks in perpettual state '
of "tied 'We'are also to have a new kinder reer'r Beds ere beet beceaee !p
To Cure a Felon" up. garden ,school this year 'which. wfll '" +tsan For
Bam Keadall. of pliUltpsbKan. We under stand that the ths $ $3.20.
says : urg. scarcity be taught by 'bli'ss Margaret Stilwell. .at.ayees a.-e m :a ,
.. "Just*cover; It over 'with Buck- of, cross ties 'prevent the needed repairs toes otLeze.w' .
": lea's Arnica Salve:and.'the' Salve,will but of Sliver Springs, and the Indications are act epaulite ir euLle Lzloser eeed&. -=-
if the road will
do the rest.. Quickest ,cure for burn s' : pay are that the public school will be t r e:1- e a..aitM..' Regular $J. OaQuart
1 tetifl. scalds. wounds,' enough for them there is certainly -D.ILFt ly1tl Whiskey foi
lores piles; largely attended. .than ever* ; write
T $ezesa. salt rheum. :chapped bands plenty o#, timber yet in the country Drtrou;: Complete
tore feet and sore eyes. t Only 25 et a. to supply all the ties needed.Dunnellcn A new' ,telephone system will con ,Price 1L,t
at TydJsf & cos'.drug storeGuarftteed Advocate. ned Ocala' :wu 1' the smaller towns s .
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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Mr. Vincent. Moody Dead.. i FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. Death of a Former 'Ocala Citizen.At I

Mr Vincent Fair. Moody, after a 1 ,- four thirty o'clock '.on the afternoon

MISS'sARA, ELIZABETH HARRIS. short illness, died Tuesday afternoonat I I What They. are Doing 'in the Land of of August 1, 1906 Mr. FrankM. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PArABLE IN ADVA.NCHOURCLUBLIST

Local Editor. one o'clock at his home in Orlando. -, the Grapefruit and the Pine. Honnaker, in the 50th yeajrmet his .. -

: death instantly while oiling an elevator .
No white fly Is reported in the Pine-
This news will be received with the: in the Gait house ,one ofthe
MaJ. T. C. Hall was in the city castle orange groves.
most profound regret in this city the leading hotels of Louisville, Ky.
yesterday. The orange crop seems to be showing
birthplace 'and home of Mr.. Moody. Mr. Honnaker was standing on top
much better than expect.
Mils Della Fosnot, of East Lake, He was born in this city twenty- up of- the elevator\ performing his duty,

was In Ocala Wednesday.Jr. seven years ago and was a son of ed.At when the operator, not knowing his -
Umatilla orange groves are look
the late Dr. S. W. Moody and Mrs. danger forced'the car up too high ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS
ing well, but the is not as largeas PAYABLE IN ADVANCEWEEKLY.
Lee Cox, who is ill with the behind
/very E. P. Moody, who now Uevs at Brai- crushing engineer each

", typhoid fever In St. Augustine is dentown. : : usual. ear, breaking his neck I -- -, -, -. ., -- .. .
c The orange crop at Calutuoa seemsto
improving. For ,the past few years he hasre- Mr. Honnaker was a man of sober
be showing much better than
sided at Palatka, where he was in the up habits' being a member of the Walnut

Julien Robinson has gone to ,Tampa drug business.. Several years ago was expected. street Baptist church, of Louisville, .

to spend a few days. with his parents be malrried Miss Jennie Brigham, It is said the strawberry acreagein the National Association of Stationery y4
and sisters. Plant City section will be unusually THE 0CALA WEEKLY BAh:1JR and The SemI.
a charming young "girl, whose home Engineers and of Preston Lodge, F,

was In New York state. About one large this year. & A. M. c g':i Weekly Jacksonville Times-Uni., one year $1.50
Mr. Lee Miller has been in Tampa Some of the Cholutuoa farmers are
year ago ne moved to Orlando and Mr. Honnaker was born in Frankfort
oa business for several days He getting very fine sweet potatoes. THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The TbrkeasWeek -
purchased the leading drug store in Ky., had lived in Louisville at

win return today. that beautiful city and had established They are retailing at $1 a bushel. Intervals for many years. .For' two 1rt New York World, one year . .'1.65
The of Frostproof Is
Mrs. of .a,very thriving business. He was orange crop years, 1S94 and 1896 he 'was a resident :
Ferguson, Oldtown, Is visiting .. estimated to be _,\ 00 boxes, or more I THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The W'eekly)
her daughter, Mrs. B. A taken ill some. days ago and on Sun of Ocala, Florida, in the employof
Weath than double that of last year. 'H. B. Masters.He Atlanta Constitution, one . . .$
en, for a few days. day underwent an operation for peritonitis -
Guavas becoming plentiful at
and since that time graduallygrew and his wife, who was Miss "rt THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Atlanta
Avon Park. cents
Owing to the fact that there was worse until the end came. Seventy-five per Stella McKnight of. Louisville and '
bushel< is the market price. Semi-Weekly Journal one year.$1i5
not a quorum Tuesday night the council The funeral was held at Orlando \ daughter Miss Maude, will be remembered

did hold a meeting. Wednesday afternoon and was largely A few grapefruit around Lotus are by many friends in Ocala. THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Cora.
to show little color but
begining a ,
attended by the friends of the deceased Mr. Honnaker had been employedat I'41 W. J.
mover ( Bryan's Paper ) one year..4LsO
Miss Mary Bryan, of Hawthorne, Is I he having been exceedinglypopular will not be shipped for some time to the Galt house Just one year ... ,

the guest of her brother and sister- I in business and social circles come. when he met his death. : THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo

in-law Mr. and Mrs. T. D. The oranges from the. Volusie.
Bryan.A in his new home. He was cut off in The Ocala friends of Mr. Honnackerwill Blade (Weekly) one year . . . .$1.50
will be unusually fine
the bloom of manhood groves regret exceedingly to learn of
young Just
little son was born recently,, to I when eevrything pointed to a most in color, there being as 'yet little rust his untimely death and extend their ::1 THE OCALA WEEKLY BAIti'l4ER and The SasanJA1 .
Mr. and Mrs. Max Bloom In ,New
bright and happy future and his upon the fruit. sympathies to the bereaved wife nah Weekly News, one . . . .
where Mrs. Bloom is with her mother.
There have been but few orange
I young widow is unconsolable In her and daughter.
bought at Wauchula.. The
crops m
Un. M. M. Little is on the sick grief. DAILY.
growers being determined to sell for Death of .Little Son of Mr. and Mrs.
lleL This is the first time she has I Mr. Moody is also survived by his .
not lea than )x per box on the tree.I. Petteway.The .
r ever been sick and we trust she will mother, two sisters, Mrs. R. F. Hyman -
I. W. Gordon one of the prosperous sad news has been received In m THE OCALA DAILY BANNER ud The Dally Savannah .
tow to all right and Miss Lou Moody, of Braiden-

i t6wn, and eight brothers, viz: growers of the Delray pineapple section Ocala of the death of the little son News, one year . . . . .$12.50
report the pineapple season, at of Mr and Mrs. G. A. which I W
Messrs. B. K. Thrower, Jr., J. A. i Messrs, Davis, Edward. Pearsoon, Slo-

Turner, Jr., and A. M. Dixon, three I man, Charles, Dell, J,- C. and Maxwell Delray as one of the best ever. took place Sunday afternoon in At ,. t THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Dally

popular young travelling men all I E. L.Bradley, Titusville will have lanta. He was only sick about twen Jacksonville Times-Union $12.50
Moody, all of whom with the exception one 'ear. . .
4,000 @ 5,000 boxes of oranges, or ty-four hours, his death being causedby
of Savannah, were in the city Tester47. -
: of Mr. Edward Moody live in this
THE OCALA DAILY and The Dally At.
;state. double what he nad last year. Other spinal menigitis- ,,

orchardists report a similar increase The little fellow was the only (11 lanta: Journal, one year . . . . .$8.50
1 The Ocala Banner extends its sympathies
Mrs. Cuthlll of Martel is in the I to the bereaved relatives. At Georgiana the grapes are nearly child of Mr and Mrs. Petteway and THE. OCALA DAILY BANNER and Atlanta Dally

city visiting her daughter Mrs. Baxter -I gone, the grapes. are shipped regularly was named Gustavous Adolphus for

Cam. Mr. and Mrs. Cam are I Death of Horace-a. Kean. and; as the bushes are still- blooming his father. He was a little over,two W Journal (including Sunday), one sear. .410.00

BOW keeping house on Magnolia f' Mr. Horace G, Kean. who has for there is prospect of a light winter years of age and was a very bright

4 street i the past two weeks been confined to crop. and interesting child.
.the Marion County Surgical hospital The orange crop around Largo is Mrs. Petteway is very ill at the x
Mr. J. C. B. Koonce, editor of the ''trom' fine but the buyers are ,
caused by the ,accidental very orange Elkins-Cooper Sanitarium in Atlanta

Baastervllle Times. spent Wednesday discharge of his revolTer, died only offering 60 @ 75 cents on the and Mr. Petteway is with her. Ail Orders to
in Ocala .with his wife and son. '
Wednesday evening at six o'clock. trees That means that there will The body of the litttle one was

He was returning, from 'a visit to St. .. Mr. Kean has for the past two not be any oranges sold soon. brought home by Mr. S. W. Petteway, THE OCALA BANNER

Augustine.Mr. .years been marshal of Dunnellon, It Is a fact beyond dispute that of Dunnellon brother of Mr. Pette- ,

J. W. Ward Jr., of Floral City, and prior to that time was a deputy many of the orange groves within a way and was .iaidto rest Wednesday OCALA, FLORIDA. -

was in Ocala,-yesterday returning sheriff hence is well known in the few miles of Orlando will have a short afternoon in the Cedar Grove cemeterynear

P' from Gainesville -Oa., where he ac- county. He waswell/( thought of by crop this season. Some of'them bore Gaiter where Mr. and,Mrs. Pet ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
his large circle of acquaintances, and heavily this year and it could not be teway lived before coming to Ocala
his who will attend .
companied daughter
.... .
Breaau college. was a conscientious official and'al. expected that the crop would be and where they have another child I .- ,. "- .' .

ways faithful to his duty. It was in equally as large this year New buried.

Mr. Charley Stilwell of Silver the discharge of his duty that he received York Fruit and, Produce News. The many Ocala friends sympathizevery I '1
Springs and Miss Ethel Wilson, of the wound which was responsible deeply with the, grief stricken

Savannah, who Is visiting Miss: Margaret for his death. The Excursion to the Eergfades.Fort parents in this hour of their greatest

Stilwell at the springs, spent Mrs. Kean who has, been 'ill with Myers, Sept. 18, 1906. grief and sorrow.A .

the day in Ocala Wednesday; typhoid fever for the past month at Special to the Ocala Banner:

her home in Dunnellon had recovered The excursion given by the Fort letter received recently from ALWAYS GO TO

At the fire Tuesday night Mr. Homer sufficiently for her physician to give Myers board of trade to Lake. Okee- Mrs., J. P, Hilburn tells of her safe

Dean had ,the misfortune to fall his consent for her to come to chobee in the interest of the drainage arrival In Trinidad: Col., "( here she

into the cistern. Some of the falling Ocala, and she was to arrive yesterdayto scheme is quite largely'\tended. went on account of her health which

timbers from the house had, covered see her husband for the first time The party leaves Fort :Myers this has been very poor tor ome months. I Best PUI8st Place!

over the cistern and he did not since his .accident and from here (Tuesday) morning via the' Caloosa- She hopes that if the climate of Colorado e ana

notice It. He managed 'to scrambleout they were .to leave for New York for hatchee river. agrees with her to be able to

with assistance and was none the purpose of having an operation On Monday evening Governor return home about Christmas or soon

the worse except for his wetting. performed which itwas believed Broward was given a banquet and to afterwards. She said that when she ,

would save his life. Thus the blow a large audience he afterwards made reached Trinidad to her surprise it was e.

Mr. Edwin P. Pittman is haying his famous drainage speech.He warm and raining and that she- finds
to his beloved wife at receiving the
his household furniture shipped to spoke for three hours and fifteen the people still wearing their thin
news of his death was doubly sad. Our Edibles and Drinkables are as Clean
Coleman and when Mrs. Pittman re- minutes. clothes. She said that Trinidad. is .
The bereaved wife has the, sympathy
turns from Georgia they will move to The following are those in the quite a city, but not beautiful becauseit
of hosts of friends in her hour of :
and Pure Pure Food Law
that place to reside. Mrs. Fannie R. sorrow party; is built on and among mountains. as any

Gary, whose house was destroyed by Messrs.. Mclver & MacKay preparedthe C. L. Bittinger. Daily Star, Ocala; That the streets run as the hills al-

fire Tuesday night has rented Mr body for burial and it R. L. Raymond St. Petersburg Sunk low-the homes built some high up could imagine them to be.

Pittman's' tage and will begin was taken to% Yomens, near Lakeland Prof. A. M. ,C. Russell, Southern Argus on the hills"and are reached'by steps, '

housekeeping. at I once. by Mr. John Kean, a brother, Brooksville; W. R Wallace and others down and reached in the Our establishment has been refitted

Eagle Estero; R. M. Gray, Eagle, Es- same manner: from the streets. She
Mr. S. W. Petteway when he was where the funeral will take place at
tero; J. Hall Brumsby Mercury De- says that. the people living in Trinl- Measures and the
coming up to Ocala en route to Atlanta the family burial grounds. according to Sanitary
( Land; A. F. Lovering Star Brooks- day say that it Is a wicked city and
a day or two ago dropped his The news of Mr Kean's deathwill
' pocketbook" the' train and did not be learned with surprise as it was vine;-We L. Carlton Arcadia; G. M. that almost every other businessis only thing in it remaining "Old and
Malsby Adovcate Wauchula; Harry a saloon pool room or gamblingden. .
miss it until he reached the hotel. thought that he was entirely out of %
L. Brown, Record, St Augustine; In speaking of the Methodist
and his ultimte
He telephoned the yards to Conductor danger recovery was Matured"
Mcllwalne and .on looking confidently expected Frank Harris :Banner, Ocala; A. P. .minister she says he is also the pre- are our _

Punta Gorda H, C. siding elder of the Denver district.
--------- ----- Jordan Herald ;
through the car he was lucky enoughto La- Gloria Has First Presiding Elder' Sparkman, Advertiser, Zolfo; 'W- B. He preaches on Sunday and says he

find It. The pocketbook contained in Cuba. Powell, Independent St. Petersburg; is "supposed to do district, work dur Whiskies Wines I Beer. i
; -\ Last Saturday a gray' mule broughtto Rev,L. D. Geiger, Citizen, Apopka; C. ing the week," Mrs. Hilburn says

"Tennetseo Pardncr" Last Night La Gloria Rev. W. G. Fletcher, Codrington, News DeLand; Mrs. N. she will take Florida.every tine and ,

whose, home is in Santiago In the C. Childs and Mrs. S. E. Sweat Arcadia unless something unexpected hap-

From Thursday's-Daily. evening the social committee of the ; Governor N. B. Broward :Mr.S. pens will be back before many more Our way of doing business is the

Quite" the funniest and most interesting Methodist church entertained in his RJ Carter, Gainesville; Senator months pass. .

play of the week was at the honor at, the Park House, where a Henderson Leon; Senator Jackson, same courteous and appreciative mode .
hundred 'friends T. W. Alexander head of one of
or more were re-
Park Dramatic company's theatre Citrus Senator Withers, Lake; Senator ,
tent last night "Tennessee Pardner,," freshed with a splendid musical program I Richbourg. alton; Mr. Robert the largest cotton factories at Agusta have employed for and ,
cake and coffee. Ga., who defaulted in the sum of we : years any
All the actors seemed to be at their McNamee Tampa; Mr. R. E. Rose,

best and adapted themselves ably to Short addresses of welcome were I Tallahassee, state chemist; Mr. J, W. .nearly a quarter of a million dollars will =
favors bestowed receive
the varied list of characters they rep- made. by the pastor. in charge and I Newman engineer !several months &e"'O. was arrested in upon us *

the Sunday school superintendentand I Ine accompanied- by :Mr. i Pittsburg Saturday and was brought .
: resented. I party are I '
responded to by Rev. Fletcher 'r to Georgia for trial, He returned tothe strict and attention : i3
r Tonight this company will present :Philip Isaacs, editor of the Fort My : prompt .
our new presiding elder, in a manner scene of his wrong doings without ,
taeKuKlux" a story of the south, :ers Press and president of the board '
the scene being )laid just'' after the that made a firm friend of each r of trade besides a large number of,: requisition preceedings, and Our constant dn* !5s ''To .Please. -
In he'will have no trouble ia giving
civil 'war, when the race issue really perron attendant l the citizens of Fort Myers. says *'
', Rev. Fletcher has the honor of ba- .. bail for his release. .
began. It U not the "Clansman" In ; Try us and be convinced.Respectfully .- ,
w "dials the same hug the first presiding elder in Cuba.i: FOR SALE-A big bargain for the I .
any sense but, of Mexico is from
when un This is the first time he has held such\ tLe right man. A cafe known, as I I The cotton crop .

: political situation caused'at aime so "much''hav. a position',and this was his first visit i ito .the Elk. Cafe the only ]first class cafe j,IS to 20 percent short this season, owing yoursTBAUSS
i 'jiiat legislation I to excessive rains. This amountsin ,
> of, where' l La Gloria Sunday morning he in the- city. Complete, in all of its j
oe. The play is well spoken round numbers to two millions of
y $ Jtr and held his first quarterly conference, : equipments. Located in a two-story **
the have preSented
company and which was the first ever held In Cuba building with seven rooms upstairs, I dollars. & CO.
It Is aid to be full of'wit and fun :
Of course it "was fitting that this conference kitchen and I
'w'II"suited t '.the popular''taste.This ;large airy dining room, A, satlnneJi customer is tha best advertisement. .
willgive should be held in La Gloria I pantry combined: Opposite A, C. L. i in4 satisfaction !.t'not
afternoon Ahla. company,! the first .American; colony in .Cuba.-- I depot Where trains stop for dinner. r only ouraim... but our guarantee. Try
a benefit performance for the the "White House shoe; spring: styles Wholesale' and Retail Liquors =
Ocala, band.Summer Havana Dally Post The most popular place for the tray. 'I.for mea-' and womeA' Just arived The ,v

-Mr, Fletcher is well known allover elling public and business good the l Fair. x. -

prices note prevail)in.ottr Florida and has 'many friendsin year round Will. take $600 to sell ,l A pair of our White Impose. shoes -' OCALA FLORIDA. z

grovery 'department-"-we will save Ocala who wilt' be interested In quick. Want to leave the state, G, RTroxler WIn make, your feet glad. Naw low ,

you nioney, The,Fair, x reading the above item. ::proprietor, Ocala,'Fla*.9-19-tf [women.quarter. : styles The. iFair lust. ia: for' ?-men'x.and< ,
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'4! WHANGDOODLE.. ';,.AI I': "THATTAMPA TRAiN." A .Peculiar, .. 'Tree.. .. F- -
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TH QcAA4KN 'J A. '- .W t One ,of iie peculiarities of, South jC
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-The.Baltimore"' Sun.and. the'- ,Courier1JournaXare .", 'I'I ,' (ByL.. 'J, Brumby..), ,ril' Africa is the "sneezeland" 'tree. j>Ip ITrljUGH 0 WO*(IK'S. EYES f1 r

FRANK' HARRIS.EditorP. : .. at' it agajiu The- CourierJournalj ._".: .I The :TanipaTi-ibun: is still makinga one can' cut,. it. with.;. a: saw withoufsjieeiing. l F'! Written For

; V. ,Lsavn9ood'BUheMaflaPet' ; wrote" ,an interview.. -- ... of' Jtome strenuous fight for the "'SunnyJim"p .as. ,. Jhe',fine dust is, yeryf- ( s' f < t f THE. OCALA B&u
cetjess; : that' ,defended 'the" republican -'I s ng r train for. Tampa. which is ritaing-_-- ,Even' planing The, :Wood'will, The Summer W i ers Returning.TheDrainingof '

for 'TUden I proposed to leave Ocala at 7 a m., By
.party Cheating
!" : < sometimes cause. .__sneezing.. No insector the Glades "Dead.
and Beating Hayes Whereupon the and serVe as a sort ,of dragnet for worm will 'touch it* it is1 very bitter ; Miss Jefferson Bell

Baltimore Sun deposed lows: the' towns. along' the 'route .until,.Tampa to the' taste and-- '!Vh placed, in ,Bas y./f-.T,0 b ac o a .G.- Id'M. n e for -

Hon.Henry'Watterson4s' astrldehisgalloplngcayuse ;: itself U reached and for:, the; benefit water it 'sinks.-Indian River Advo- Gadsderi. & ..f & & .:1J,, / ..rI .:A T

: with .a baleful glitter I of the Tampa merchants,' at the cate. .
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There of all the .. ; = -
his is rest the line. -
Jn eye. war-raging expense 'along Florida has, also a peculiar tree- "

,. ,! -north]; 'south east and1 west? In. this fight. of Tampa vs.. Ocala the prickly ash t.,might, be called Special .to.the.-Ocala.Banner' ;, ,|
war, massacre,. pillage 'and carnage, the Tampa Tribune is ably assistedby the "spitting tree." CheW the bark Tallahassee Fla, Sept. 14.-September -| drained down there,* con '

'war'that, like'a 'w dge;-widens bloody the Ocala Star. for only a few: seconds and it will with its mild and melancholydays eluded Mr. Newman. _.

chasms. and horrible abysses_ ; war, 'Opposed'on the Ocala board of keep you 'pitting 'for half an hour is bringing back to the capitalour S S S S S

t- --.. that like a volcano makes" the wKo' trade,:the retail' merchants of Ocala, The Indian, River "turnip" will have summer: wanderers. Hon. Jefferson "The people of Oadsdea county

earth seem, sickly pale, Dfi greenish the citizens of this city almost to a the same effect { B. Brown, chairman of the rail- have gone crazy over tobacco"-the

i Mottai Th BinnsrbeUoviflg' those iB its, stupenduous glare, and all because unit the Ocala Banner and last and orad commission, Mrs. Brown and speaker was Mr. J, L. )McFartace

) t. the, top''ble; ; :to' tAke are, ,of another college professor 'has least myself who had the temerity to Why Not? their prettty little daughter, Susan, manager of one of the big tobacco ; T

thtnutlv, hat taken It* stand ;in'the presumed to say his .say about the call attention to the possible injuryof The Ocala Banner asks "Who is will be among the advance guard re companies operating at Quincy. They '

: barricades with the common people} dastardly deed of 1876." such a schedule to this city. going .to write'Florida's democratic turning. Mrs. Brown has spent the are literally crazy. The companies :-

and ita fight will be made for'the bet And the Courier-Journal came out The secretary of the,board of tradeis plafonn?"-Tallahassee Democrat. greater p rt.of the summer at Bat are making unheard of offers to secure '

: termeni of thoM at the ,bottom. with the dread word- ; "The staid old the editor of ine Ocala Star. The Why not let Mr. Parrott and Mr. tle Creek Mjch. Mr. Brown and. Susan contracts of tobacco covering :

'. 'Baltimore Sun has got Itself a. whang- editor of the Star is the secretary of Ingram and Grill, and Sams and Har. were at Sewannee Tenu.,. where the next five years. :

'FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 211906.Isn't ,I i doodle. Nor Is this ,one of those bogus the board of trade. The editor of the ris write, the platform, and then have Joseph Brown 'is at the university, the "We have three hundred and fifty

i whangdoodles which we sometimes Star evidently did not agree with the the, Times-Union print it! Uncle Hen- early part: of the season and later acres of shade and want one hundred -

'- awtuLMt-:- --- -Jerome- 9f intimates- : encounter In the side-show 'business, board of trade when that body by a Vy will pay the freight.-DeLand went to the Battery Part at Asneville, and fifty more this year. Three million :

it merely a double cross: between a gin. unanimous vote lormally passed Weekly! News. where 'they annually meet a party of pounds of tobacco was raised In -

_ that Mr. Hearst is an "octogocide. ricky and 'i gyascutis but genuine, a resolution protesting against the Our esteemed contemporary' is al friends. Gadsden county and marketed In '

_ Mr. Bryan should not be unduly' guaranteed: imported, direct from the proposed schedule. Therefore the secretary ways too billions and splenic. Go up Mr. and Mrs. J. Emmett Wolf also I Quincy this year. This puts a mU- "

alarmed that there is a "Daniel come mountains of Hepsidam. And to give of the board of trade eliminated to Kentucky, take a mint julep with returned this week from their wed- lion and a halt dollars in circulation '

to judgment. facts to the .above' Tremark, It quotes from .his records all mention of this that other "Uncle Henry," cheer up- dins- .trio.' in the county.- Labor Is the .Droblem

the immortal lines;' action and when reading his minutesat and don't always act as if you were 6 S we are contending with now," continued v

The -1fanutacturer'B Record thinks "The Whangdoodle,. the* Gin-rickey the next meeting for approval was miserable and dispeptic. We submit Governor Broward left Monday fora Mr. McFariain. $32.000 worth ;

': that GOT. .Jelks, of Alabama' ,, is the and the Gras uUs, x promptly called down and the very that the question submitted by the two week's camping tour down in of negro houses changed hands ia 1-

I ,biggest statesman ia the south. Are of imagination all compact.On glaring omission ordered corrected. Ocala Banner was a legitimate and south Florida. He will make speeches Quincy last week. They were bought .

sees more devils than vast hell Does the secretary of the board of proper one, .and in no way offensiveand through tne southern counties on the by syndicates to control the tenants,

Bjornstjerne. BJoraston ought to bean can hold- .--<: trade possess the veto power upon 'did not call for any vitrolic re- drainage of the everglades On'his and the G. F. and A. railway's business

L enthusiastic: advocate .in spelling That, is the Whagndoodle.: '" the action of that body marks. An editor ought to bex: the way the governor stopped over at in Quincy for August was 61.000

reform In Narway.-BItImre' American. This mystifies the Sun paper. It The Ocala board of trade is now last man in the world to forget his Jacksonville to make an address at Iand the shipping of the crop it hardly

., laborously inquires, "What is a engaged in making every effort to good manners.. begun."
the Turpentine Operator's, .
: Wh gdoodleV' It sayS "We. have secure additional and improved passenger And Grover is never saying a word. JEFFERSON BELL.
The Ocala Banner has .a poor opini tion. At this meeting Mr. T, ,A. Jennings 6
; fish law but heard of sharks mugwumps, bohe-- schedules that will bring people in his to GovernorBroward's
_ Ida of our ever-changing tresponse
: '" 'and to Ocala and not take them away. Florida has two pink but no yellow Henry Watterson Is DOW an ardent
moths, protozoan, heptaspphs .
I :'the fish themselves 'are all right-: address mae hii maiden
steptococol, but, 'the whangdoodle is Yet if all the schedules desired were journals., Bryan man> and the Ocala Banner is
Peaiacola Journal speech. which was rather a graceful
: a bird that has, yet to. fly between us obtained ,these would not offset the effort "* an ardent Watterson newspaper. So

_ / Alabama* has two '"alternate" 'sena- and the sun.- 'It 'then goe oJ', ,-Into the injury ,Q! this ,particular "Sunny Jim" 'There. is one thIng'the governor 6 6 6 .* S we go..
f can be commended for .He is doer ,
t tori; Wouldn't It be something else etymology' business. It finds ;jthat,.,. theveb train. otthings. a Reverting tq the "darinage of theeverlades" The, Atlanta Southern. Ruralfct
Do the citizens of interior of
_ : : it the present octogenerlans should "whang" means to 'g ve: 9ut a the ,1, had the pleasure of says that the chair of Agriculture in
continue to live right "along f Hanging noise," 'and that *doodle Signifies Florida believe this to be-such a small
1:=: a _._" -p :.% like bagffpipe", thingOr do'they realize tbat.for, a Yes, It was cruel of the Tampa talking with Mr..John W. Newman the J:Florida Agricultural college at '
"to drone a
James Henry Smith. the richest what.llgHt. We desire to add we can
b .chelorIn' th''Unlted'Sl .tes,,is Soon to this- dark subject: TheA whang- been toward, the building up of the offense.- last weekupon, this subjectMr Prof.. Stockbridge, It occurs to us
Newman lives at Belial r downon
that this chair
t wed ,Mrs. Rhinelander; Stewart- towns and in was ,established as
& dO die' is not ,bird at 'allIt,, is a the seaport many casesas .
I "Oratory"-still" has the swing; Vide the west coast and .is the surveyorwho the
divorced widow. soon as college was founded.
Baltimore Dakota .
& in ..this-to the detriment of the
I Itnterior
; mammal, sv1thalI the affection the '
: -p- I Hoke Smith in Georgia and Bryan was .employ .,by theJate .HB. .

: ,The, Progressive Farmer :estimates, : mammalia for Its offspring Thaj,(banging < of the state Can throughout" the country. Plant to make a survey across the The Ocala Banner very Justly rebuke ,
citizen of Ocala recalla '
that- one mUllon'bushets of corn were droning noise is the'articulate.." > any 6 everglades. from oFrt Myers to Mi the.DeLand Mercury gel the

: 'lostvitt! North:. Carolina by adopting voice of bereavement.. > it inhabits' railway schedule or a railway rate, ; Speaking about "masterpieces,"' the Madison Recorder for abuse of Messrs.H. .

the wrong plan of:"laying by of, the the' .place. of' buried. hopes' and".- shattered that has not been more. favorable to lovers of good oratory and'sound ami.Mr: Newman is an interesting talk M. Flagler and J. R. Parrott. N.O

crop*.. "dreams. Some of its progeny was the coast cities than to the interior,? logic ought to'' read Senator Car- er, and"'an enthusiast on the subjectof ten men in Florida have done one

.. .; evidently left' to It, but is was true The remarkable and peculiar ,phaseof mack's speech 'at the Bryan reception drainage. "Away back in the fifties half to much for her material interest

j.. I r'Senator Daniel seems ta 'have con to the'memory of'its oldest and best- journalistic ethics illustrated, by 'at Louisvae. ," said, Mr, Newman "Jefferson and growth. DunneUon Advocate.

I 1JUe&OWflehtpIth Unkind of: government' ,- beloved. We are surprised at our the Tmribune and the Star I Davis. 'then secretary of waf had a

r bat e: sh1they had/tn.- 'Vir-- contemporaries: for"ri k1ng light :of shall not herein discuss. But because Sullivan can give Bryan cards and map made of Florida, several copiesof Samuel Gompers, president of the

i: finla in;which'. the' railroads' finally Its sorrows. ,Have.they never read the "Sunny Jim" has moved his sample spades 'and beat' him in the use of which are'yet in existence. This is American Federation of Labor, has "

got it all.-Atalnta' Journ&lJ classis lines, room from Ocala to Tampa Is no particular epithets. Indeed. Sullivan is accomplished one of the most complete a1ld.yams- issued a statement declaring the ,,,

-k- .. \ "Gone where the wood-bine twineth reason at least from an Ocala enough in this line to become ble maps ever made of the state. Mr. Maine election result a great moral

,[ The esteemed Ocala.Banner. wants And the whangdoodle weepeth for standpoint why an injurious railway associate editor of Broward's Sun. Davis recognized the value of the everglades victory for the people generally. Mr. '.-

J to tei. qw:''rho'isgoing to write Florid its firstborn. schedule should be inaugurated. then and said that some-day Gompers soon will go to Connecticut
The Ocala Banner asks "Who is
I ; *'* dejnw t&rplatfornirItwould| : : The fact .,is' that both our esteemed : that vast'tract would be 'drained and to oppose the re-election of Represen-
n't rest'to' going to write Florida's democratic
be of considerably more ,contemporaries are trying to create AGAINST GOVERNMENT OWNER- the lands reclaimed." tativEtat-large Charles Lilly. -
know la going to Inspire' thatplatform. platform Why what has become of
| who a, diversion. They are both so thor SHIP.)
1893continued Mr Newman,
'. Barrs-J. Murdock? He usually attends "In _
Sam COt
.-Pensacola Journal. Russ Bob Davis Miss
# oughly committed ,to the Bryan movement ,
Mr. Plant to
"I was ordered by run a
reference to The following New York Times dispatch to that, doesn't he?-Madison Jefferson Bell ai/' Brothers Jordan
that little -
1 Of course If! would :have :made Mr, .the New Enterprise.. line across the Jglades, from Fort My
ownership had to be metbydistfartin from Omaha, Nebraska Caldwell Brumby Johnson and Lam-
Bryan ;mr erpeHJlar f1.t! e hadgjper. '! 'S'c' -".. would indicate that Mr. Bryan's public era to Miami. I was personally accompanied bright are said to be the brightest
public a moment To the editor of the Mr. 'James E. Ingram,
.. milted the papers opposed him to Brajdentown by ,
ownership plans are not writers on the Florida: The
might have been at very fress.
.wdte his',Bpeech.rla a"t. ,jt91} But they Herald, we suggest :an ther"hitch' in then president of the South Florida,
popular in his own ,state: Ocala Banner prints from week to week
better business" the
with Bryan; he' persists in saying the belt of his good'nature side and railroad. It''Was on this trip that the
\ "Government of rail- : the brightest sayings thetse
ownership qt
: what his 'enemies think he ought nt4 grief' of tae poor whangdoodle.: to Walpxrfe, of the, ,Record, it !s in value of 'the everglades was discov,

*to 'say,-':' _iall raId. <, Arecejot. ..other,, G ,conclusions.,,,?, ._. ... V_i,.t-.*Has, > road ideas' have found little favors order to remark. '"Be karm; be. ered. We weer nineteen days crossIng -, writers. *It tries to print' the "best .
_ in the west, where they are supposed I there Is. i
_ i. --- the terrapin proved less luscious than .... :. .. karmer;. don't visit the Herald man the 'glades. So fayorably was Mr .
: r ; Hoke. Smith has, beaten .all his! OPponents -' usual, ? ,Has ,the mint julep lost its to meet witn an entnusiastic recept for awhile.-Lake City Index." Ingram impressed with the land that .0 __ __ _l -: I
in than savor.?-Atlanta Journal. ion. .And the reason of the" small 4
t ;t combined more he organized a sugar company and
4- .twenty thousand.U- is fair presume- support that idea has received in this The county commissioners of Brad made all sorts .efforts to secure the
WHEN WILL THE NATIONS. ACT? portion of the country can' be tracedto NOT RfST
_ I that'allthe.Smiths tn the state. voted' r ,, ford county refused to pay the Jailer's lands from the state promising .tc CijULO :
--<> the almost complete failure of the
for:;him; rKnoxvIiie: Tribune; To the ''Editor of the -New York salary of $20 per month to Sheriff drain them and to use them for cut.
of the people of the middle
_ The : Johnson tam .. attempts *
Brown "'
_ : .Jones and" Times: > Bennet, on the advice of the attorney- hire of sugar cane. '
't' : I west to take over the public utility
-,: < : llles Toted for him alsd* the dove- -has her nest the .fox his corporations of tae cities and towns general,: wno says the sheriff is ex-' "This trip proved the practicability NIGHT OR OAf

officio jailer under the laws 'I of; the of drainage to Mr. Ingram's satisfact :
: In spite of the sudden activity .of and (the poor showings which have
it Mankind their country. Israel but state and is not entitled to fees as {Jon as welt as myown. :My idea thee ..........
the. United States .government Is been made by public owner corporations Miami
such.-Fernandina Star. was to cut into river at thE
declared,that there is .no; intention to the grave of the western cities, as With Irritating Skin Humor-Whole!
.- rapids. Long afterwards stadylas
take any part in the Cuban conflict, -Lord Byron. well as the disastrous failure made : ;
Body Itched All
The White Springs Herald is au the subject carefully, I decided thai Affected-Scalp
Max Nordau has said that "the
: besides that demanded by .the critical when western states have invested in
H- .. thority for the statement that "a, there was too much rock near tty the Time and Hair to Fall '
': situation in which.. Americans hav'ebeen Jews in Russia are the lightning rod railroad building in past years. Began
man named Taylor was arrested
Miami river and after a careful survey
; t placed in, the '1i\1n l. That; the against the storm of popularan "The middle west remembers the and fined $lOG and costs by Judge i : Out-'Wonderful Result' From
I discovered a'pla.ce near the eastern
president however haS considered ger. It is .true, if dispute arises between great graft schemes of the govern-, I '
Parnell for carrvin concealed, wean-
basin of the 'glades which
--- -- --- --- '- ri mor
the ultimate possibility of intervention < a Greek-Catholic soldier anda ment-aided. Union Pacific. Southern = APPLICATION OF J1
: He had the in
ons. weapon a has only about three miles of rock.
,. or at least the use of force in civilian who, unfortunately is a Pacific, and other early western railroads
satchel (This is the best we've heardon This' point 1 'selected for the trustees CUTICURAREMEDIES III
Jew in !
safeguarding the interests,of ,this government beginning words and endingin and the people "out in that a justice of the peace.-Lake City _
of the international improvementfund ,
blows, to which the Jew generally !
there can be no doubt section know how government'money III
r succumbs and faIls,/ vengeance is was squandered by millions in the I 1dexFlorida's- as the outlet of their canaL".I 1 am'neTer without CuUeun Soap

,. The first Issue lot Fackler'a, Hustler wreaked upon the, heads of the en. building -of: these roads. nabobs-the turpentine t made the. survey for'the trusteesin and them Cujicura last summer.Ointment About since the I latter tried

\,which Is pubullshed at Wildwood tire Jewish population of the town "It is also remembered here that, operators-held their annual I; November and December 1905. I part of Julr! my whole body Iwgw to

is put Mr. 9. X Fackler. that > where the murder takes place by murdering -the state of Missouri once went into I, tion in Jacksonville we&couTen'1.. [[l have no'idea. what makes some people helL I did not take much notice of it
; sue says "We'established thQ/Hustler indiscriminately and without think the drainage of the everglades at first, but it began to get worse sS. the 'UJ
the railroad building, and owning business said that when this bunch strikes time, and then r
;- at Micancpy, Fla.. ten years ago. mercy men women and innocent 'Is so difficult a task. No great engineer began to get uneasy
poor and after investing about $20-; town the electric light plants shutdown and tried all kinds of baths a.nd.othet II
Yes. we are the old original Hustler children. ing work has to be, done. The,maIn remedies that
i 000,000 in constructing railroads frpm -the diamonds in the shirt fronts were itcoouacnded tor
\ man,, and we published that paper The atrocities recently perpetratedby thing is to cut through: this rocky skin humors; but I became worse all
t St._ Louis toward Omaha and the west of the, operators furnish all the illuminatibn
I: auceesfuU1..lot several! years, decided the troops ot the Czar in the e- went out of the railroad business necessary-Madison New I eastern rim. and then cut as. many the time. My hair began to fill out and
] christen that sheet rackler'sHustler. ditches as the farmers who will my jtched ail the time. EpeJathtiusta3soonuIwouLi-
ecuUao: of the murderous designs of with a Joss of'about 25000000. The Enterprise. ci II
,! for we knew full well that the government upon, the Jews of use the land will need." get In beda
fact that Missouri was once heavily .dFt warm my whole body
_::- we would be",forced td do considerable Siedice are horrible enough to curdle interested lIP railroads Is not .generally Mr. George T. Angell editor of "Our "After made a survey for the trustees -fwould begm to itch and my finger

: Hustling for'-thenext few: months to the blood in human veins. They surpass known throughout the country, Dumb Animals* says that he believesit I superintended, the building of would keep it irritated, and it was not
long before
:' keep the paper ''going; But, we have magnitude the diabolical hor- but the west remembers it, and wants is within the power of the churchesto the dredge 'Everglade for them. A friend asked could toe not to rest try night the Cutkor or ds,*.

confidence'enough In ourselves' to believe rors of Kisniff and Bialystok which no more 'of th experiment.** put a stop to wars If, within the This dredge is now doing excellentwork Beaedies,and I did,andtb first >;

_- that we can' dolL This paper none but the pen of a Dante could adequately power to put a stop to wars naturallyit cutting out rock without the catwa-_helped me wonderfully. -For

; wishes Mr.. Fackler. and the Hustler portray. 'and yet the slaughter is within their power to prevent use of explosives and long before the about four weeks I would taU a ho

;. abundant' success. continues without! word of protest The '"Three Friends" is again wars.. and if within their powerto directors shall .have had time to stop CutietmL bath every Ointment night and then apply the 4
t needed in CUba.Can't to wbxte body
.., Jefferson dgive from any other-country., If the prevent_ them then they are the work the rocky rim will be broke and I kept getting better tay and by the ,
Mlss Bell shoul her
: Christians in Roumania are oppressed responsible for th m... How much .better en and the drainage commenced. time I used four boxes of Cutfcoa J was
: attention,without delay to the strange tha whole civilized world cries we have Bryan at the layingof it would have been for the southif "Once through the rocky rim the entirely cured, and my hair stopped -
_ case of.,the Appalachian Times. That the 'corner stoner"Seeretarr faU out but I
eontiau to iht
; ( out "Halt but who will raise his our differences could have been dredge will make rapid headway, and use i
U of the Cuieuao1mYscaIp. ItkeepssIIdard
one leading and best
; paper ,
% weekUs in hand in defense of the Jews? Shaw is waisting 'his en. submitted, to a just and .rtchteous the land on ether side 'of the canal 'o aad scalp h always dAL I ,
west Florida but It is not
., "I must close but, in: no more elo ergies in trying to establish a repu- bitration tlature can easily be sold ,for ten dollars, per & use Cuticora Ointment on fIll
Jhe T. ...Jennings procession. Nay after
quent words than own'In publfcan acre. shaving an4 have fOWttl
your jotir partly In the south. ,A republican I ,
& .more; it doesn even. know Mr.. Jensiings today's :.editorial; party in this section is sev- knows na law of entail, but "Peat will burn; said Mr' Newman, Wtheit I3a4iogt: it.It equal it. I will never toOed.
: and never heard of him until b.f *nfrnaffVMlf flL,
; "How long must the ,:dviliied, nations era! generations in the future. she does,, however, have .her law of r in reply to a question, 'certain portions fr 319 N. Sl -,-'
_____ T i ;. recently. Here is aa 0 and. receptive DeL ,
___. yea of the world continue to be I compensation and this is.the. law that may have peat. Saw-grass 27,1905. 1nduanapoeLnd.'Miiyi .
mind' :waiting to be instructed : mere lookersonJ.., Abrahamson in Brran' modifying ,his utterances I holds in order the balance of things. !that has been rotting thousands 'of

; and ,led.inthe, right'W&1. and MissJefferson New York Times, on "government ownership.,He ought' It a man accumulates a vast fortune years is: a perfect dirt and is not com' j :: U iliCutlcura
,_ should' put Editor Johnson .
also to. "hands oft In local affairs. he will also probably breed spendthrifts bustible. All places In swamp lands
next to 'Jennings' boom for governor i The Ocala Banner has tried to "I MYe UIJd
I 'Local: self-government" is the '''' who speedily distribute. his ,where the muck is a'mass of fiber Ointment lot
of Florida while he Is in malleable all sides the 01: Waata and
print of. everglades drainage
as thty p.
st ne"1n the riches. he has and
democrattic .ed11 ce. If 'rst' talent 'the partly decomposed will burn oWer .
. state so to speak and ready to betashloued.
.} scheme and the'eritlcl ul, pro I. .. talent 'dies with him,. for' he only .Inspires Thdre: *, Is ,no, such peat anywhere in ith that and the O Sl'. '
I- 4 The' 'west" Florida taM I. and con. .of Mr Bryan's' :Jt has been;stated for slme time tabseMiot: :"of his blood, and if the 'glades. The grass and' roots of Iaeverfeu4itnecessaryt4, 11a@

'',date should go ,into the campaign Garden'zpee h. Having done!I that President"-Roosevelt has been a woman be deprived of all the; environment the saw-gass will burn 'but underneath II these Remedi\.ii are a me CU1C

I with the''west.. Florida i press a unit so its., readers are, ,hi a piton; to masqurading' in Bryan's political 'hleh'he : Iftedaachteete&<< Iamga4tore.
"old for soul roots
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yearns are
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an The clothes.fa'wui: now '
lie don the Nebraskan' often her children ,
iKi.nd') inake': quite adjust ,_average !OIJo.. MN. P. A: Kt'fma.rd,
k- t ', 'tan t a. gov'. Banner ,' be' ,,classed- as an "governcunt: .o eishp" by. working "out. an answer to Tbe orange grovea around Fort June 21 1M. St.Paul Palko W .
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..; If.WCAdLE3"1MIt.LBEyLAID.WarYnepaninent : '"State- -..Democratic'- commltte.WiII !, ) + .. -p..w:..Filipina.Burlal, ,. '" j- ,
-f; :-' Make No Campaign. for the Ocala Banner' When Filipino is dying'they place v -

? 1Wiq'' ,Have One Bevtween Though every 'possible' asslsfancewin you remember "the' old-oak, 'sweet. his. body on' a, bamboo platform and

,,- -Fort* Dade.... f*/?and* ,, t-Fort v f De-_ rt* 'be rendered, 'the several May? -- pat candles around the platform to
Soto-Cable in'San' Francisco committees, :when it is asked for stood'' there in majesty great? the numbers of the members of the .

-:I ,Destroyed, by?} Earthquaketo' 1 the state }democratic', committee well it sheltered and watched family, says a Milagros letter to the'

: be: Rephced. -'* % makeTno active campaign this year o'er us there Elizabethtown Mirror. When dead '

either for the candidates or for as lovers we stood' at. the gate; '. they' put a shroud made of paper on 'ii31iJ :

Slat to 'the Ocala Banner? against any of the state issues. stars peeping through, 'the foliage, the body with as many stars as the -

J ,New. York, Sept. 18.-The signal This action was decided upon at sweet May, person is years of age; a crown, :of

'. :corps. ,Will lay this year a large recent meeting of' the committee attended smile as Dan Cupid awoke- paper and bamboo .is put on his head

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which has already been undertakenby state, democratic chairman sweet May, "*. 'light his way to' "Queendom." This # -;.

tf": ,war' department. The :most Messrs. W. J, Bryan, W J. Tucker have touched e'en the' heart of !,done, they proceed with, the. body to

important. project of this character Is A. W. Cockrell. jr:, C. F..enable the oak. j! Use "priest" or in native language,

.the, Installation of two hundred miles S, Phillips. I II I"padre." for his blesing on the start

in the extension of the system in The only state ticket in i the old oak at e'en tide give it the lightning power to, carry

:;. ,.4 Alaska. upon which' the. transport' to, the regular democratic, ticket, sweet May the body's spirit to "Queendom;" / c ,
sides' will be employed. The that put in, the field by the socialists.The II' a .sigh seemed to pass through, hey then carry the body back to the

"contract for this cable which has been socialist vote in' Florida is the leaves; house where it died and there it re- ( ht L rakF

J ,awarded to a firm in this city calls small that it is in 'no wise seemed to speak and call you, ceives' the families departing blessingof i n .

7 i for, the delivery of the. material on.or' for democratic. .committee to t sweet May rice put in a sack at the right: handof

';i about October I, and It is expected the field and fight against it, el that with'me still it grieves. the body. The candles are lighted

." that the Burnsides will be ale to if any of the counties feel that "said "you were sorry we'd met,I I on the way to the grave and when the BLUM & COMPANY

'l finish the work this year, as thetloca. ,operation would aid them, the st 'sweet May.. procession arrives at the grave the ,

tion ,Of the line is' not so far north i committee will, whenever the tears seemed to prove what candles are extinguished the body Jacksonville Fla. _

that the. winter will interfere. Another extend every' assistance.The you'd spoke. being lewerecl in the grave the candlesare ,

cable laying project is tae line state issues which consist both have a secret that's buried relighted and as the body is taken J

it../between, Fort. Dade and Fort DeSoto, the proposed amendments to the Fl sweet May, from the bamboo hearse and put in

In Florida ten miles in extent It is ida constitution, will be left deep in the "heart. of the the box and the key buried with the

:, possible that the signal. corps cable in the hands of those supporting oak." body. When the body is at last at of Fine Horses
ship Cyrus W. Field, now engaged' in opposing them, or.: the several MARTINEAUX., the bottom of the grave the family ,

cable laying, In New, York Bay, will i committees, unles assistance. shall take a hand.of dirt b egsnnin,.. at HARNESS HORSES.

be sent south on this work but as asked. salesmen in the kosher butch- 1 the head of the family and go on \
? 'the depths are not great it will be The state committee will not in New York have organized I down to the youngest and the graveis HORSES.

a found preferable to use lighters.. The deavor to secure the passage of ion. and the first official act of j made. The grave is made with bolos DRIVING HORSES.

'third project is the laying of a cable feat of any of the proposed body was to pass a resolution 1 and clam shells to the depth of
''S '''between Alcatrez 'Island and Angel for an increase of 100 per Horse Flesh Should See These.
stick the
ments but will to :about three feet. This is of the poorer

-" '!Island,. in San Francisco Bay to re- off" policy. The committtee in their pay. The kosher shops I class. The richer class of Filipinohas and will put on the market two carloads

'.1- ijlace, the cable' injured by the earth-, that these matters are matters the ones that supply meat to the : very decent burials taken from of which are well broken and suitable for any

>; ''quake. the democrats of Florida to settle Jews. the Americans and their graves, are horses may be seen at the stable opposite

they see fit and that no request I made of rock and cement. while any of them may be seen by calling on
Next American ,Battleship. cerning them will be made. western paper'says that you can and farm-'phone 302, -

r:: .'Special to the Ocala Banner;,, Those counties that ask Jor a successful ,farmer by looking The Game of Bridge. horses pry unbroken, and on these I am -
Washington, D.. C., Sept. 18.-me his horse; you can tell a slovenly
; be bargain These be at
discuss, them will however prices. seen
How like the of life is .
looking at her hair game bridge
contractbrsiwho ; you
.naval ; are engaged on commodated, in so far as it is : Wagon 'V orJis. 4
'\'the plans for the battleship author- Kla when certain ,speakers tell the dry goods box statesman When fortune deals the cards! .
':Ged i the last session;of.\thE co i'essdare $ :kskedf6r--::--'/ ; : they -will-----;be.sent- to looking at the patches on the bos- We strive for honors-If we fail- '

..Somewhaf fmbmas'sed p"definite: -- terms of the law providing poisonous', serpent by the blunt-
of the
of the position speakers ,
4 of his 'tail but 'the easiest As clouds across our brightest dreams -
thing ,
:-;'|for that*vessel.. _JX. **The-,< .-i-r\qualities.-..neW"men-Dat all...of..jas the. .amendments.*--ar-'F,.'....The,. ..'k. 'all, you can tell the enterprising Fall the blackest-clubs and: spades; .
for the :
: 4'oned by congress committee wilfnot, however, bear FEMALE COLLEGE
hant by a.glance at the, columns The heart suit we hoped to hold ,
,;Vleship require characteristics which : .
thi "
J.J2 ij.
expense ,:work This Like an illusion, 'fades. .
the local, papers. .is not di
are equaTIc. those of""any""vessel. It must be paid either by the TALLAHASSEE FLAB .
:!known" of the battleship.- class Thisrmeant'jat ers themselves,or by- the county revelations but Is business and 't .','1' '.' ,'-.' ., -
the tune' truth. -St Augustine :JMeteo'r.Theshipplng We bridge our woes:as in this world
of the.. enactment. .. '
them.- -
mittees requesting
Sthe"design would ::: We oft must learn to do,...'>. -., ,i *' 'jT'EMBRACES i L"
of, a battleship .that ion. .. .
season for Florida or- ; v : '$
And if
.. the equal, at least, cf the English our partners'make it "hearts: .
i College of Lberal. Arts.
will soon open and it is hoped
'Deradnanght, and It is. to .this end '. ; 'Mills-Smoak. the'growers and shippers have We pluck'up heart anew ". ,. 'i School for Teachers. = s'R
,that the naval constructors hive'been A .wedding 1 arty from lu .
; due consideration to last year's n. ; School ,of Music vocal and In
1 They are now asking themselves came in yesterday afternoon to ta : 'Tis then a valiant game'we play .
working. losses in transit with a view ,strumental. Including pipe organ ..
; whether., the introduction: of the north pound train for this And great successes score, \;" ,, new Instrument 4
:* ba'ttleshibr the Italian's, ville,) PabloV" 8tT Augustine and avoiding a repetition season. For who can fail when, hearts ring "'
the new ;; short comings of the carriers, pool. School of Industrial Arts including
;:described, as* the superior- of| ..fbek"preadnaught Untie Beach, to 1 spend' their wet weather and careless picking true .. Domestic Science and
does not present addi moon. The contracting parties' What mortal. more? Art. -
all share
and extct ..some-' T H. Mills. and Miss Kate packing contributed I -Julia Harris Bull.
:%djtlonal requirements spirit. School of Expression.
curtailing the grower's profits. The ..
-ffcng of the battleship designers They were married'at high noon light _.__ t
orlda orange crop Is Important: to DAY FOR FLORIDA BABIES.
,which they had not counted on. Of the Baptist church at FIemington
c and its market
,- .courseit.. Is possible: regard the Rev. Coleman, pastor of that country large entering the College this Fall should .
? should be. handled according to Laughing, dimpled babies' from, all room. Session begins Wednesday se.p. __
Dreadnaught as the i standard and ig- The bride is the daughter ,of
'sore' anything which Is 1 :merely; :j"icribed : well known ''blacksmith of th perfect system in all details. Ar- over the peninsualr state will look eight months.. _

: as surpassing it. At thesametime place Mr. F. E. Smoak, and t tJ.s't'i' should be attended to in sweet for 'prizes at the Jacksonville detailed information write to

it is realized that the :situaUon groom is" a traveling artist who h so that 'when the'crop Is carnival Since it has been announced 3
"; / to roll the machinery will turn
that a baby show will be given
critics of theMftvy.andopponents been in this section'for a couple ,
r ; may provoke ball-bearing'ease. .
-N. Y. Packer. I
: Friday morning November 9, In the
of the navaljta: years. Several of the young s,4 ,
\ :
r : ; obstructiSi1 r: of--FlernlngtonrwitiT'lhe'parents' big hippodrome mamas and papasare
crease. to the plans We.- have heard it said, time and
i making .
., many preparations.The
and.some the bride-accompanied.-them
itoir-iinprovement'tereaf; of Hon. W. N. Sheats while DIRECTORS ,
:e'. of the more apprehensive of naval offleers train 'in their large auto car was state superintendent that "he woman's guild of the churchof :

predicting lively debate for the occasion, .,and ,the the Good Shepherd, assisted by all
a "
71 ; are ( not secure a certificate under other G orge.M&cKay. J. K, Christian ,7s= .
guilds throughout the state
.r in, congress whea, I he plans of the amount, of riceiold; shoes etc., own examination law.* Last fallithout Ford Z. C. Chambliss'k '
: will have ,charge of the baby show.
new: battleship/are.' sbTow red over them as they a day's preparation he took T. Monroe ,J. B., ,
> Other guilds hate written to the local
'.. that some danger in the too the traln.-Mclntosh. cor. county examination in Gadsden
ociety of the pretty babies in
general requirements of congress respecting ion. certificate ,
for first grade
a ,
their cities
the next battleship. -MBFlorida hundred cent. "in respective and telling of to its excellent faculties this Bank
one per
Exchange 'Organized. the feeling of proud, 'parents on the I ,

l ,4'A'Letter, to the Board of County ,Com Jacksonville Fla. Sept / 14.- of that the In subjects all the rest.and close This subject. These letters betoken a big of a competent, capable and good
i,' missioners.I Florida Fruit and Vegetable day for the babies.

55?'To 'the Honorable Board of, County has been incorporated here by he took the state examina The money derived from .the babyshow > and a strong body of Stockholders. .- .

F- t Commissioners, Gentlemen; Denham Bird B. B, McDonedd, for a certificate making several will go to tthe local guild. The', ",-:.,'..-.,.:

t ,As time is drawing 'near for' the P. Pierce and S. J.. Sligh. The and securing a certificate women of this society have enUrecharge :"" .J-..
L '
laying of the corner stone of the change will handle fruits and an scholarship unusually Mr.hige Sheats average.stands In of the arrangements.. The: L NATIONAL \; .,

near court house,. I ,think a word or tables either on commission or Carnival Asociation has donated the ,

r :.:' two to regard to same opportune.. purchase, manufacture and sell least holder the equal in. onda.-School of'any state certi-Ex grounds and the use of the band for: OF OCALA k.

t In the building will be located the terial for crates maintain pack1 the occasion and will offer one ofis ,

"' i county officials, also the court of justice houses and contract to pack the prizes. r b

which are all supposed to stand and vegetagles anywhere in Bryan's Honesty Not Questioned. Mrs. C. B. Rogers.of Jacksonville I .

:i for good influences. state. The principal office will All the people may not always announced that she will answer all]I .

Is it right then In that corner stone at Jacksonville but branches will with him at all times, but all inquiries regarding, the baby Y .show.' a Bros. {

P: nothing but that which is symbolical established in other parts of the people all the time believe he Is .--- -

6*--of good should be placed .(as was In The capital stock is $25,000, fearles3, courageous and they Pensacola Philosophy.It's .

:>,the 'one, of the old court house, where, ing of 500 shares at $50 each. come to recognize him as a curious, but the worst boys often Copper Works -

-jn.. the laying of the ,corner stone privilege .is reserved of and a patriot. .make the best men.

'.'.there was deposited a bottle of whiskey the capital to 100000. The first A heartless woman can die of
nual meeting will be held Russell Sage died leaving an es of Turpentine Stills
';. a symbol of evil!) "heart failure" as well as any other:
"! As a citizen and tax payer of Mar- October 1. The officers elected at estimated be worth one hun The man who climbs to the top of Metal Workers.

t' ":., ou. county, I respectfully bring this time the exchange was organized million dollars and Marshall the tree has just that much fartherto

\to your notice and- hope that you will as follows: President and and estate supposed to be worth fall.

"'f.iise your Influence ,against anythingf J I. Denham Bird; vice-president hundred millions. Neither one People who live on boarding house in exchange for new: ones. Patching k

being deposited there, which has in- B.(McDonnell; secretary A, T. these men left one cent to charity. fare are not necesarily fair and country'a specialty. Orders by mail or .

flueace only 'for evil. general manager S J. Sligh. Wentworth of Boston on the above board. prompt attention at either of the .

?''" :A court of justice held in a buildIng board of directors consists of J. died and left an estate sup- Every man wants his rights but .a 4 .

:i wherein 'was deliberately ,sealed ham Bird, B. B. McDonnell A. to be worth six millions and woman is generally satisfied with her t

'stone thereof, by Pierce and S.' J. Silgb three millions to charity Two marriage rites. '
_:'[ujrin, the' corner I N. C. SAVANNAH GA
of "Black ,
.' :official sanction, a symbol ,of evil. .North thousand copies Clothes may make the man but ,
Terrible Storm on : ** is being sent. out as a part FLA, MOBILE ALA.
;!;inct "as "a bottle' of whiskey can Coast Menaced Many Lives.' "bands they can never make him as happy as ,
the The hands of the
than -a tra- do .
:"\neTer reach, any higher A special from Wilmington; N. in they a woman.It I

i'vestry and a mockery of what should the Tampa Tribune dated the are being strengthened his is easier for some men to open .'- ," -,. .-,',"_ -- __ "-.-. c' __ ,
1: be the bulwarks of "so lety.. tq lands, and .in a hundred ways their hearts than their pocketbooksin

Very ARCH respectfully CUTHILL. says/or! 'eight hours more' than are and making attractive.the world more The the presence fashions are of adversity forever,changing.but Disappoint Our -Pati uts.

and children were
; men women 'I_. --- -
: ----- the women are the same today as PreaUi and Hmr IoN hi Fain S -
mainland In great
:r ;'Under the caption of "Brumby'sBoomerang" off from the Sick Headache.; when Eve Adam the .*urt wlUoat U* kalfe orboagteud Yssieo.*M S
they were
.ed"jtoriai :, while property was' damaged $ This disease is caused by a de- gave or d.UsUoa from bwUtui C.>t (toM Bio d
: the Star reprints an I I nt of the stomach. Take a core of that famous apple.-Pensacola ,wltho&t m.t ar7 or nOn ral ntztw; Lou of "
;" from the 'Tampa Tribune, in by a fierce, northeast storm. of Chamberlain's Stomach and Tiger PotittT l7..,.4; itimvUnt tm_ptt .
\ Tilt Dr.Xtef M dlc& Ce ar Q lo UuU er5 thdudsy -
T Which: the Tampa, paper continues Its1jhtt On Westvllle Beach, the Tablets tel correct this disorder I Isvs cl the lsalilef Oaorft toe tlw tr.*tm. ,
Dr. 11' E. -
mainland was headache will disappear, XIJtoIaa4kr
t la Tampa's interest for a rail- necting'the the sick The republicans insist that Roosevelt + .to tUtytKiSM coma1\1q ausoa0od
trestle was swept away sale by all druggists. m ilBOVKOTM ..JIInJdUl U4.neat..
that a
l schedule on the 'A. C.. I* and shall be the issue. U(&.tremiiMot or ,finds d Wet k UYtigel
had passed. 11I41 w....hda 1Ud.IeaI..4 c18cr1c&I IId"
bus. a. car that f.
.to the Southern Witness says I
ild. only result in injury The ,. OorolEatsuoscaipp.d.ttbasIC. taskl4t '. Interests' of this city. Mr.rumby "People were ,rescued" in serf Williams! was not a Baptist General .Corbin has retired from tea..atdtwa/X-ny.vioUt bOn r'to r.SbI ud ml4iGa1 J1Iue4 pec ny+i a sdo.t ut. ,OvIUtrtft s.e, _

deserves the thanks of every with great difficulty less the founder of the Baptist the army. He entered it as a private. aod t a ia f"l7f11Peda'&A4.s ... tact t0. k

i... all l I wisher of Ocala in having dltected This .la of especial Interest in America. He strongly recommeds the .41icaM4 twined sad pIaJB..EatenM r-itfrtnttnt..a&MA4u".Mtq u1ee0.rtse.tilt t'.uw Qadastt... -- ,
fact that Miss Kate w.PIC1"
: the attention of the public to to the tablistment of the canteen. urouo-oXO.D.'.ee nuka4 for V'rttsM W.MS e..
and Mrs. a L. Gamsby were! of the "Wine of the tlb hatidofc-Oar terms b UMt_at n'"* ftettfut -
upon discussion
bssible. The
to be ,
injury a,1CQ H?wants hRtd.kintl1OI t:only Oe&1a. but other towns ta WrtsWsville Beach and' :Miss Sue supper is still going on ia the Live Oak continues to brag' of her iHii -

Interior of 'tMstate- Jt taOW derson at,WrightsvUl A telegram st Witness and it improves with prosperity. That she is proseprous !.' .. .rmsUii= = -
as be will be successful In his efforts. received Tuesday from Miss -we mean the discussion. there can be no, doubt, but, we respectively I Jte_ Sipt>Y'L 8c OeeI., JNu.) J.aI1et. ad iD =
that she and Mrs. submit that untilthe eageldsudod :1a da
.. Should, he fail would it. not stating I.LC,1,'r :
. ;t. fcf.qulte' proper' for the "Star to head had been forced to go to John Sharpe Williams .is 'quite streets of'are improved and Dassteatrtsasuv.sads.cbsua ChreJ. D....... ofIom__ AI tLoma Dt.pses' y

.of. Trade and ,are now entirely safe and in saying the matter of govern- some other matters are attended to rJouCODd11ok1aU'" are tIdE or Oa ...... 'It .
t mother article the -4fBoard J1 ,bd'lGUlcaympt..Wa .for hilS.
iBoomerang*.' or the "Retail Merchants'Boomerang" Miss Anderson was also, safe. ownership of railroads shouldl.ot her chief boast is-or should be- XZJJUKATIOK AND .aDYIC'IEU ...... .

L"- 9t 'the- "Ocala\Boomer- good news :was. received. here be discussed until: it becomes. ant that her corporate limits is the' best & ., Yom'iii ecs ItlHll.i II. > .

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MR. GRAHAM AND, HIS. GOOSE. I Shirtwaists fpr Men. W.A. KNIGHT i L.E.LA
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I Editor Ocala Banner: ,
J ;-. < : To the Editor Ocala Beaner t It Is*,days like these that mate a ANNOUNCEMENT.'We

1 .t .. .. -" : Dear Comrade-I see that in the :fellow 'wish the shirt waist had been .

This Being the Story of Some ,Senators and a Congressman, Banner you made reference to my i a success and. incidentally to wonder -
I have just purchased the Wagon an4 Harness business of Mmra:
its failure
J "" stealing a goose so I thought it at corresponding as
T eraIW S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods
Incleding,.Adonijah and Abijah and Ge alls. would be a. good idea to tell the .it does' to the same part of female en
thing that is needful to make it COMPLETE LINE in every sense
whole story and if you will put it in attire, and to which no one: has ever
the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the ..,::
print it will perhaps cause many been heard to take exception. ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a greatrmy n

The stern historian should write legt'New. York; became a merchantin old Johnnies to uncdver some'of their Shortly after the shirt waist dinner _..L'L'en vemues ox wnicn _we stand reaay to. tally guarantee.

the truth without regard for feeling New York city; moved to Florida shortcomings in the times that "tried was given in the Waldorf'In New

%nd without bias or prejudice. I am arid elected United 'States senator as men's souls"-when they were forced York by a party of theatrical, people, High Grade Buggies. Serviceable Carriages, :

tot writing history, however, and in a republican, serving'from March 4, by starvation to do such deeds as I certain college professors (bless Unexcelled WagonS: Harness,

'. these rambling and unpretentious 18CS ,to March 3, 1876.-_ died at Gil- did. You know fighting had to go their much laundried muslin ties) Lap Robes, Etc., Etc.

sketches I am trying to 'avoid unpleasant liertsvlller N. Y., November .23f 1881. on with us whether the pot boiled raised the cry that such apparel is

things. We have with us' many Two.other. republican. senators of or' not. effeminate, Wry please? Surely the Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.We .

excellent enterprising citizens those days were Thos W.. Osborn About May or June in the year 1862 fear of adverse comment when a fellow
are Always in Position to Meet th e Prices( of Legitimate Competition
-1 I who lelong to the republican party and Simon B. Conover. They too, John C. Breckenridge's division was is broiling beneath the weight of

and who adhere sincerely to that ;like Gilbert and Welch were born and sent from Tennessee to Jackson Mis- an unneeded coat savors more of ef- We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Tul

faith. In this brief sketch I am writ- eared north of the famous line andante sissippL General Joseph E. John- feminacy than the daring, which de- pentine and Farm Wagon.Knight .

ing, not about republicans but amongst us seeking the flesh ston was then gathering up as largean mands its ego shall roost amind con-
about carpet-baggers and their work pets They rode into power on the army as he could to reinforce Gen. genial surroundings..Was it not Rich-

*1th the colored brother. The .shoulders of ,the colored, brother but Pamberton at Vicksburg Miss., but ard Harding Davis who complainedthat & Lang

i thoughtful reader may find in the were overthrown in 1876 and have i. Vicksburg fell before Johnston could i the shirt waist does not constitute ,

things I mention,a reason why there passed away "11l-- -. the .unsubstantial get there. a costume yet were that gentle- I

ale comparatively few republicansand fabric of a dream." Osborn and Con- While stationed at Jackson our man to ask the queen of the Basu- (Successorsto Staadier and Co.)

w many democrats in the. south. ,over were perhaps better ,known brigade (I mean the Florida brigade) toes to kindly state what ,does I, .-

,The depressing years immediately than Welch and Gilbert ,and resided was camped on Pearl river in tents fancy she would waltz her avoirdu-' -- -

.' following the civil war, comprisingwhat longer in,the state. I. knew Dr. Con- with brusii shutters in front.of themto pois behind a yearling palm and with I

we. know as reconstruction ..over very well after he "retired to keep off the heat There were an open smile-answer-custom.

,days)constitute a curious epoch in our private- life," and regarded .him personally three regiments in the brigade and 'i :After all, it rests with the fair YOUR DINING ROOM?

h1 tory. Some of our governors and as a clever, genial and resourceful -we had a heavy guard duty to per- sex to say whether the style shall ev-
all our United States senators in man. It is said that either ..form. Oneregiment from the brigade er be accepted and girls,_ ou cannot

R that day. and time' were "impoted." Welch or Gilbert (I have forgotten had to go out every three days win monuments in a nobler cause. Have you Everything you need for it?

S Tlr negro has been enfranchised by which was merely a wealthy winter about three or four miles. One of We hear many different versions of

J the amendments to the federal constitution visitor who came down to escape the our posts was at a Union man's house the way to win a woman>ne man i We have recently received some Fine Dining Room Furniture:

and the white man of the rigorous climate of the north and and we got along fine with him until with whom marriage had become a ;'
'south had been disfranchised by finding a senatorial plum hanging he-- toot the--- bucket: -and- rope off-- his' habit, claims it is always a manifestation -

... adventurers who rode into office on within the reach o! his hand (or his i cistern and we could get no water to of force in some shape or SIDEBOARDS CHINA CLOSETS
: ,. y the arly prejudices of the newly purse) plucked it and returned to drink. He had a lot of geese and other that wins, 'and the ability to TABLES

made freedmen. They became our: his home a full-flegded statesman. chickens and to get 'even with him take the initiative is surely not the 1

governors, congressmen, senators, "General" Wallis. we went to work on them before i least of these. BUFFETS and CHAIRS \ ,
judges and state legislators and then night. I was not in the party but Principle is higher than personality F
It is the custom in the house of It will be
a pleasure [to show them to and prkesj=
with the turn of the tide in most in-. representative at W&shington for the when one of the boys came in and and an adverse comment here you give you : .,

stances went back again to their said: "Boys we have ten geese now and there will soon be snowed underof t
doorkeepers to clear the floor of visitors
"'northern homes and are scarcely ? 10 'or 1$ minutes before 12 killed.". I said "Did you leave any of a few young Napoleons will insist OCALA HITOBE CIMFII1L..

Y' .remembered. ., .. o'clock m.-the hour the house is them t. "Yes!. said the comrade, "we on the sensible comfortable pic-

Senator,Welch. caned to order. Ex-representatives left one."'I asked if it were a young turesque shirt waists. John Rouvier E. .C. SMITH. C. V. ROBgRTt.

It was but the, other day that ,in have the privilege 'of the floor as goose or an old one and he said it with C. W. Park's Dramatic Company. .

a conversation between two gentlemen long ss they live. It was during the was a fine young goose and that he .4

one of them spoke.of a Senator early' da;B when the office-seekers of left it at the pond. Where are They.
What has become of the old fashioned "+essea.
about sundown and I
Welch as being former United States the nation were flocking to Washington i. That was
man who carried a shot Dag in H. ROBINSON Prat.
started out for which ,
senator from Florida.'"Why, said tfie ,to see the president. I was thena' my goose was his pocket to keep change in? H. BUTCH, M,;, J. C. BOOZER Ant
other, "did we ever have such a senator member of the house of representatives -only about 250 yards away. I killedit GEO. J. GLITCH, T.rr.| .MJJ
Who wore barn door trousers?
and threw it into bunch of bushes
1 S ? "Sure was the reply and I and one .day, Just bfore the a
Who kept -4 jack to pull off
and in there and remained
was appealed to' for confirmation. After opening of the sesion a doorkeeper got myself

so many years of political contra approached%me and asked that I identify there until dark. Then I came in his boots?. The Strong Hold the
Who had his trousers lined with
with the
!- by democrats that even the eldest a colored man who claimed the gooseyI

ones amongst ,us have almost forgot privilege of remaining on the' floor had had some experience with an unbleached muslin?
Who carried an old flat carpet bag?
ten the days of the carpet-bagger, because of his beingan ex-member. old goose and this was the reason

:and ours younger generation know "Why. yes." said I, "that is General why 1 wanted to know if this one Who Who greased'wore a his shawl boots? onSunday? COMMERCIAL BANK

nothing. the mat all Is' it not sun Josiah T. Wallis once a representative :was a young or an old one. ,

t ors ,to. read a biographical sketch from the Land of Flowers."' I .do Just after dark several of the boys Who wore.a watch cord with watch

like the following,' which I took from not know what the future of the ne- went to the chicken house of opr key fastened to it? OCALA, FLfl.
Union friend and cleared it of its In- What has become of the old fashioned
an old Congressianal Directory: does'not
gro is to be in politics.
woman who kept a bodkin in I
donijah S. Welch was born 'ate seem now to be a factor nor does he mates. We now had thirty-two headof Has Public
and chickens hand her work basket: I Upon, Confidence is Evidenced
12 1821 interest in it geese on
East Hampton, Conn. April ; appear to .take that Who *
baked custard for tea when
moved to Michigan,, and .graduatedfrom' which characterized him in former About this time the old man found
she. had company? by its Large and
I the :University of Michigan in days. He is no longer in the legislative out that something was wrong. He Who Increasing
made impressions around the
1846;', and admitted to the halls or. on' our juries and be took a light and went to his chicken
!edge of pies with a key to make Business
house and found it minus the chIck-
bar; preferred teaching and Appointed has disappeared from all the places *
them look fancy?
to principal of Jonesville high 'of power. I speak only in kindness ens and also that his geese were
Who wore calico sunbonnets with
Ifichool In 1847; apointed principal! of for"thV negro and'-not in rebuke .or gone. He came to our camp and reported 6f

|Michigan state normal school in resentfulness., It was rather ,natural his trouble. The captain told pastboard slats?

|l851 moto and became into' him that he did not think that his Who wore Shaker bonnets?
; Florida (if unfortunate) that coming.
|chairman state republican. committee the rights of citizenship as he did men had taken his fowls. "I'll report -' Who seasoned apple pie with all-

J fin 1865; elected United States senator he should have been attracted by ,the to your colonel in the morn pice? -

I from Florida as a republican and allurements of politics and the glitter ing" said 'our Union friend. "Allright" Who used indigo to blue the water w airbed
when washing clothes? _
|served from July 2, 1868 to March 3, of office. It will be creditable to him said our commander. The captain -
What has become of the old fashioned
t. 1 1869; .moved to Iowa and chosen if he turns his attention to the up- then said "boys you wil} haveto people who poured tea in the Everyone to know that The W. J. Chambers Shoe Company U ndJ'to J
i president' Iowa State Agricultural Building of his race along the lines carry your geese and chickens out supply your wants in *
saucer and blew on it to make it
lege; died at Passenden. Cal. March of education morals and material of the camp tonight and come back :

j 15.' 1869' wealth. "General" Josiah T. Wallis so you will be here in the morningto cool! Fashionable FootwearIf
Who drank sassafras tea in the
answer to roll call. The colonel
I Senator Gilbert when i knew him last was living 'in
: his farm. He has will have us searched and all will be spring to purify the blood? it is Shoes you wantt, we have them in .il If1tt1u'*r.. Prices rtajisf ,
ji ? And of readers be'rnoratit Alachua county on
some my may
well" Who had to learn to like tomatoes? from $1.50 to $6.00. In Men's Ladies' and childre's
of the Important fact that little education, but is Industriousand nee are wee fixed and
:|| also in. those delectable. reconstruction bears a good'reputa on. His I being on the first guard mount Who saved old rags to trade off to can make prices that will interest you. We also have a complete lis. efGent's :
after dark and had the the tinware' pedler Furnishings. Don't fail to
countersignhad give us a call
_ days when the "bottom rail was dreams of political greatness are . What has become of the old fash- I
to and the crowd. So t
on top" we had a Senator Gilbert over. The time was when he was a pass
1 of militia; constitution we went out with our geese and ione dnovelis't who always described W. Chambers
Abijah Gilbert-but we did. The brigadier general a Shoe
came back all rightThe heroines 'as having dark auburn ring- .l Company. nJ
Congressional Directory tells us that: maker, a senator. and for two : _
lets down their alabaster
-, "Abijah Gilbert was born at Gil terms a .member of congress. Sic next morning our colonel (Col, hanging in High Grade Footwear and Gent'* FurnUhio

.,. sville, Ostego 'county, New York. transit gloria mnndi,-Robert' W Edw. Badger) had us searched to a necks?
Of the old- fashioned elocutionistwho ,
June 18,-1806;,attended Hamilton col- Davis in Tampa Tribune.the man and of course found noth ng. I fi. '
We did guard duty every three read "Widow Bedot Papers" at II' ;

", --- i days when it came our turn and don't I entertainments? J ?

: '- ARGUMENT VS. PERSONALITIES.By protest against the morning train you forget it, that old Union man Of the old fashioned little girls LANDS.-J

4 to Tamp fared all the worse for this episode. who wore pantalettes?

( L. J Brumby..) To what extent can the Ocala boardof The Florida brigade belonged to Of the old fashioned young men -

.i (' .- trade through' an official be used Breckenrtdge's division and Stovall's who greased their hair. with; bear'soil If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent;
; I little thought in attention with bergamonttchi
for the gratification of that 'o !!dal's brigade at that time. We had one sented or if you want to buy lands for farming grazing

to a;matter I thought of importanceto personal'enmity? Shall a member of regiment Jn the brigade that did not son Globe. turpentining or lumber purposes ,

1 Ocala I should on, this account be the 'body dare' to' open his mouth if belong to. our state to wit: the 60th ,

made a target for the venom and he is persona-non-grata to the secre- North Carolina. It was composed of LOW RuUNTD TRIP Write ;

'" 'spleen of the editor of the .Star. tary Or shall he be sure that a mild old men and boys and had not been EXCURSION RATES VIA to':1

Probably the lowest and most contemptible effort to benefit the community will out very long. Our boys took advan- ATLANTIC COAST LINE. ,1 -,

of ultimately but inevitably result in tage of, the fact and did a whole lot BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.
phase journalism; a Atlanta, Ga. on sale
$11.95 Tickets
an attack by the Star of bad things and made the 60th
phase happily now nearly extinct; October 9 and 10, final limit Oct. OCALA FLORIDA.
shoulder it
is the resort to personal attack. It 20. Extension of limit to Oct 30, ,
Its the resort of low order, of one lack- Picnic at Silver Springs. L. M. GRAHAM, be obtained. ,
ing in facts upon which argumentcan ,' Co G. Fourth Florida RegimentWe $11.95 Atlanta Ga. Tickets en sale t (. s
be based of Wednesday Mrs. R." A.' Burford and .
: defeated in
S one con-
Oct 19, 20 2 land 22, final limitOct f
tr_versy'and at times, as in this case, family and Mrs.. W ,S. Bullock .and have recently received some 30. Extension of limit to-

ot one who perverts tho'columns ota .two.. sons. and Miss. -Alice Bullock- enjoyed i very handsome souvenir postal cards Nov 15 may be obtained

I !|:newspaper to satisfy his personal an- ,a picnic at :Silver Springs of Boston Taunton Quincy and other $15.10 Birmingham, Ala. Tickets on 0

'imosity, which was given,,especially for' Ensign Massachusetts cities which were sale Oct 14 and 15. Final limit '..! "-

S1 have, not' the slightest Desire to Burford. sent us *y Miss Sara E. Pierce of Oct 21. Extension_ to Noy. 21 nay ..., t
> enter the lists with the editor of They drove out early itf". the morn- South Quincy. Mrs Pierce Is one of .. be obtained. i

"\\the;'Star tn a contest .ot billingsgate.My tog and"spent the entire day at the our valued subscribers and the cards $37.40 Dallas, Tex. Tickets on' sale J

...[f :position'schedules on can the injure theory or that benefit railwar Springs.boating Among, fishing the pleasures'etcwv the besides : she has ones.sent us- are exceedingly beautiful Oct. 6 and 7" with final limit 21 Where you find Shield Brand Shoesit I r

S. a community has, been fully sustained younger members of the:party indulged : days from dates of sale. is a safe place to trade, because t ?
Richmond, Va. Tickets sale
23.75 on
.. .in an exhilirating swim in these The Shaw idea seems to be that September 29 and 30 with final they are sold by reliable merchants -

-': S The animus of the editor of the lovely waters and; < the'day'was: ((in" ev the American. workinman is doubly limit Oct 8, everywhere. Be sure to ask for xKiser's

Star Coward either myself' or; the err :way a most pleasant/one. .:blessed. He is free to pay $15 for a $34.45 Rock Island ill. Tickets on sale

r Ocala Banner, ever so strong as' jf .'- watch for: a watch in the? :United Oct 6, 7 and 8. final limit to King $3.50 Shoefor 3

rub be barily'ju t1ftes 'a position, Chamberlain's ,Cough' Remedy One of States or go to Europe and buy it leave Rock Island Oct. 16.
T' while' 'merely to be teluimca /. .the Best :o"n' the Market t men and will t
T ; antagonistic, i1 ; for $12.50.Louisville Courier-Jour-. $45,70 Denver, Colorado: Springs Pu you get your
( S. | Jo the Jbes$' interests of> this nal. '. wortt.
eblo?"Col. Tickets on sale Sept 19 to ,money's Made in 37 f

t1.I.! Even, were .this.different, &i tttn's 19 to 22, inclusive styles and all the "
: ..For : man3x 4 'ears, ec aQ\ : good to stop. popular J
of public
: ference opiofon ? que'tlen Cough 'Remedy-has .constantly gained CAR OF FINE(. HORSES & MULES. 4over at Colorado common points.. Leathers Patent Colt Vici
doe notjustify 4th"e Star; i favor and t o :\larity; ntu it to now --- Diverse routes west of the Mississippi t...
:}iot 'assuredly J sought' no 'eontro-. one*sot the "most.staple-,m'Mic&ea: In We will tomorrow (Saturday Sen.terober Gun Metal, 'Box Calf etc. \J
river with
final -
and has enormous; sate It Is in limit
.- t ve'irrlt the ,editor of; the Star,'.I use 22,1 get in a ear load of fine October 15.
., !, tended especa U y4rtacute'throaj and M. C. Kiser
'c should hardly' care to, when, to horses and .mules, and in CompanyManufacturers
lunff, diseases, such .asicQagba, colds $4iOO, Washington, D, C. 'Sold daily ,,
fQUOte.ffom'11s own.editorjal;coluniftSt: and/roup, and can. alwajf Jbej-:depended need ,of stock will do well to see to. September "30 All tickets

'tie' fetes ,to_ '"the" ;nsjgniflcant' fhs: Knponv I| 'is.: pieasant'andsafe: to these before- making a purchase. :limited to October .IITLJlNT.II. GEORGIA -f
take'"and is''' undoubtedly* the1.tjest in ; :
.eum&t4noe :that theeditor got "the They are beavties
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Ptople can'Have Choice of Candidates
; .But No Voice, in Their' Selection.. '
I" Report of Bureau of .Labor.

a.1 to the Ocala.Banner:
ilngton, ,D. c., Sept 17.--:The SEASON IS APPROACHIN dJ:

.awful, political conditions that pre-, -
' rail In the states long controlled by

the republican party, shows' the' .de-'j
prtrlty of republican leaders.: The .
- voters seem to have but.,little to say. .TO GET THE GENUINE
Some of them attend the caucuses

t and'follow conventions their leaders, but and these endorse"theirrent abjectly RED ROCK GINGER ALE pcala L, Fla Aug23; '?o6.

n doings.they show When still It comes less Indepen.for to'the. 1sd ,;:, ... ',':::;;.,r";:::.:"' '; ,.;,:_..:<, :: .' '. .... '!,::,",: '" : To the Trade: -' "

they march to the polls '
1 to ratify the ticket named,by the boss. .
e Occasionally a repubullcan partisan t4 ;: t :: Always look for the Red Rock Crown Stopper on We have just placed an order

the faction that loses bottles. That is
: organ of control your.guarantee of quality ; your
of the organization blusters
, ; .bit' about the depravity of the, "ins" assurance that you get a pure. Ginger for a second carload of the :Western

and advises the "outs" to 'to. do something *> ,Ale instead colored pepper-heated HO.ROCK.. .

: but when It comes near election water. Say RED ROC (, and y RPA Go's .shells ,
r time the whole bitter dose is swallowed II Cartridge ,

:-' "for the sake of the party"Just i, say it ALJH7 r. .' '. ..
;. now there is a factional fight ; HACANSWOOCOATlAhTA '
l,' on In the. state of New York and, the On sale in bottles at all groceries, # / and are prepared to name :prices: =

aaU-admlnlstratlon'faction are,kicking etc., and on draught: at 0 -

rigorously to try to get a chance at soda fountains. which mean dollars to .Drop
the flesh pots. Thus. we'find the New ,

.o York. Sun, controlled by, the.' Morgan t : .
crowd telling some home truths when us a card for quotations ,
it says: "It Is a long time since'the
Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida. ,
,:people of this state. have had anything .

; to do with their own, government = LANG. SWARTZ.&CO1

., :. They have been permitted. to "WIRELSS" TO THE PHILIPPINES. I UNCLE HENRY REFUSES TO BE '. .. .
;:"tote for certain candidates for office., -.,..
but not to.choose those candidates." Officials Hope to Install Stations of CONVERTEDTO "GOVERN We Only Exclusive Wholesale Grocers in OcalaMarioHardware
> "Is there today In public office, high Sufficient Power to Transmit MENT OWNERSHIP"It ). ,' .

[tot low In the state of New York Messages from Philippinesvia is his personality which attracts '.. ., '.af' ....."

:,a,single man who occupies his place Guam and Hawaii to the people, It is the absence of reserve Have \ J l 1 -
at. the choice of the people? Not one!" Pacific Coast which makes him-- interesting. '", .
; "It Is time the. people, usurped He is almost as good as the democratic THE .. ," ,:
i their, own rights-reasserted. their Special to the, Ocala Banner: nominee for 1908. Long before MovedTo
-faculty and their right ,of choice. The Washington, D. C., Sept. .-The the 'assembling of the national con Company
fluff rage Is mockery otherwise.' navy department is. arranging. es- vention he will' be named 'by the several ': '
Not one jrepubliQ&n official thgieboice tablish' coastwise stations or, wIre- states. All-thinking democrats the New -

of the voters.. This is a. terri- less telegraphy in the Philippines all clear-sighted political observers Stone Building HEADQUARTERS .
We indictment. of republican machine similar to the chair ,of stations know this to be inevitable, no matter ,
Billies. Turn the rascals out. from Portland, Me., to. Galveston, what intervenes what appears up- : North. of City American Wire Fencing, A.

Tex., on ,the Atlantic, seaboard. Lt, on the scene. It is, as the Frenchsay Market,*. where SashIDoors and Blinds _/ ; >
The partisan attempt of the bureau! [B. C. Sweet, of the navy, has been a fait accompli. Upon it the
will be -
r f labor in its last ,report to show engaged in the work for a year or Courier-Journal will build its super- we gladto Paints.. Oils and, Varnishes?'' -
t wages have advanced more than mores having been sent to the Asiatic structure, promising that it wants see our old : '<

,:th. cost.of living, is not< meeting with station by the bureau of ,equipmentto him .elected and was never more in Customers, as ,Mill and Mining Supplies, .'..

.the approval of working men or,, those Install, wireless apparatus on the earnest. .
".:wKh. limited incomes.: The ,question ships of the far eastern fleet He has I We had thought that we, might well as the gen- li' Turpentine Supplies, : K :r

). one that can be'settled at ,once by selected the.sites* for the new stationson elect Mr. Bryan in his bare feet He eral public. Improved -Farming Tools .
latch individual without, taking, coun- land, and the. islands have been will not have this. He puts on the
I ,of the; republican' statisticians on hilly covered by the system .of com- jackboots of railway ownership, which GET OUR PRICES ;
-. eve, of an election for congress munication. In the arrangement .of he declares fit him from heel to toe. The ,
dispatch from Pittsburg to the this system special pains have been Well, they do not fit us, In our.'oplnIon : '
York World effectually disposes taken to .establish communicationwith | they will not fit the democratic

,the bureaau figures, when it says: ships bound.for Hong Kong The party, and, as Mr. Bryan says it is 0. ii"Gocey: Marion Hardware Company : ,

."Despite. the assurance. of the bureau system,will connect with the army stations a matter of individual perference,

"',r of.:.labor that- the advance, .of, wages which are situated in the southern there is nothing left for it to argue !'. _

: bat outstripped. the advance in the part !of the island. It is hoped the point. 'I
't'eott of living,, it would be difficult> eventually to install''stations of suf- Nearly two years lie before us.

.:: ;,to convince Pittsburg families oft ficeent power to send taesages from The question is too big for quibbling, '.
fact.r the Philippines to Guam, thence to II it is too important for evasion, and '
Hawaii. and so on the the Pacific it is too organic for democrats to
e Pittsburg working man'
c ,believe, It. The men,who have nbtio- coast. :These long distance relays;\ wonder far from base. We shall discus it Will .
; are believed by the experts to be it with perfect candor, with ex ,
: in most 'are
: ed the advance prices
:those> .salaries are fixed and do possible without trouble, and that haustive research and without the '
whose II
-.'not', move upon the demand. of.a labor there are those who have faith lu' least acrimony. There shall be' no PayYou1! F '5! n
organization"House ." the development of. the wireless sys- friction between democrats in a mat '. .
tem to the extent that it will be pos .ter on which the results of the next ; ,
J rents are 25 per cent sibleo exchange messages' between presidential battle 'will perhaps de '
3 in Pittsburg than five years You have any/Real Estate
< greater San Francosco without a :
Manila and pend. :
'..afo and are higher than ever before relay The experiments conductedat If Mr. Bryan cannot save us by i I IF to sell. ': ._ L IiA J& d
of the city., Prices of yt '
.to the ,history the Asiatic stations have been to grace of his own fair standing with .. OR < ". +, -
'all kinds are at fancy figures. Mills the same effect .as those elsewhere. the people we must put forth an effort /1 C'

are 'In fuller operation than during The best results are obtained at to save him from himself; for, You're thinking of coming. Lt\ 4, 0,
*;:,the summer and there are comparatively night and all sorts of uncertainties in this matter he tells us the voters I IF to Florida for a home, C

few unemployed, yet the laborer attend the operation of. the system, I should make their own platform and >' -
finds that? it takes all he makes to anticipate which baffles the skill I! that he will abide by their own ver OR '
.to lire just as it did when his wages '
; :were, from 16 to 25 ,per cent" less of the scientists. I diet.The Courier-Journal takes issue ir* You desire ingest in any fir.
': The of' I\ kind of Florida property %
sun prosperity
'-.than at present. THE BRIDE'o FIRST KISS. with Mr. Bryan. With Mr., Bryan it r /e
1 it shining but It takes a.full day'swage appeals to the voters. From now on- tor

:', to keep it shining/:' The. Vicar of Tintwhistle.. England- ward to the, assembling of the next TO SEE 4

having declared that the "foolish and national democratic convention .we OR WRITE r t

;. Mutt Dredge Charleston Channel. irreverent" custom of kissing the I shall oppose the adoption of a plank "

,Special to the Ocala Banner. bride after a wedding ceremony shouldbe favoring government ownership '

Charleston, S. C., Sept. 17.-Much stopped, he is thus ,answered by eithe as a plan or as a contingency, J. H.IIYINGSTON &SONS JOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK = ra
I work must be done at the navy yard ,one signing himself "Six Times a because, admitting the truth of all Mr. .
I here before it is. altogether accessl- Best Man," in the London Mail:" :Bryan says about the interference of OCALL' fLORIDa. BETWEEN
||bIt to warships of the larger' class. "As I have on six occasions.,filled the railways in the politics of thelawmaking '
'It; 'has been found that the approach the Invidious position of best man power, and, with respectto i [ Jacksonville and New York .

|ato the station by way. of Cooper river I trust you will grant me space to ownership, either federal or state, Burnett _,
Nrlll have to be dredged to the depth I deliver and emphatic protest againstthe we regard the remedy as worse than Jerry Calling at Charleston S. 0., both ways. "
rof thirty feet at low water, and that! abolition of this good old English the disease1. THS FINEST STEAMSHIPS IK ?2S COASTWISE SZ&TKS. ., '

*..the channel will have 'to straightened custom which is, apparently, wished For Mr. Bryan's views there is no Merchant ,

.,; to. admit the passage of vessels of by some clergy and many curates. reason that there should be other dissent
the. deepest craft. There will have "Is" there to be no reward for the than that which relates to an

.:to be a surrey of the river by the unfortunate best man who has borne economic problem pushed % Into' the Tailoring. FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN
.raray engineers before anything can for hours on his suoulders all the wor froeground far ahead of time. The Jacksonville, Boston and Providence,
I fbe done, but. those who have been Ties and responsibility of the important .country Is not ready for It... The Ocala, Florida.! and all Eastern Points. _

,.. looking into the situation insist that ceremony; the rallying of the party is not ready for it. Although Finest Imported and; Calling at Chatlfetoa Both Wars .

.,t the' dredging. .of the approach will trembling bridegroom, the supervisionof i there may be as Mr. Bryan says there Domestic,Cloths. SEMI. WEEKLY SAILINGS, "
;.bate to be undertaken without de- the social arrangements and the Is, "an increasing number in both '
II,1&111 the facilities of. the new plant departure of the happy pair from the parties favoring government owner Cutting a Specialt) SQuthb u!....................... ............ ............................ tram Lewi Wad But* tih

,and the dry dock are to be used church to say, nothing _of the lavish ship," there is, in our opinion, an Fits Guaranteed. Narthboud ..........................................From feat el Ci&triai Strut, 3avon1111.
t >y the navy. The plans for the development I scattering 6f largesse to every hangeron I overwhelming majority in both parties I "

of the yard has been been within and without. for which I. against it Nor do we believe the Clyde St. Johns River Line.. o.

approved by the department with a people will ever saddle themselveswith ie- com
,'' flew to regular annual appropriations a national debt of many billions ( TEED B1A Between Jacksonville and Sanford (

f.tor!: the next few years, so that the for all these manifold difficulties successfully to buy the railroads even If .they can BANK DEPOSIT 'Stopping at Pihtti Astor, :Stresiord ( StLaal: ) a&i hUmtllatiLasilsgs Jt
:: place will soon become useful"as ,a accomplished{ ever be Induced to believe that there Vlv3 U U oa StJoiai Hirer. .\
; \/ R. R. Fare rt
repair station of importance and Capacity 'To the bride and bridegroom it is may be a money profit in running taken on tvitio :: f' :

; f. equal to the plant at Norfolk, ; the solomenly joyous moment of their them. ind GEORGIA cbeaptsi-AUBAMA OH eartDwa BUSINESS't delay.COUEGE.Writs'J"oaJ1l niay,. Steamer City 0" Jacksonville .tan ., "
t- """ ose;who are Interested In the Inion lives. AH the playfulness of eager As Tom Johnson wisely says ""bet appoiated te Sail u follows: Leave JaduutUU daily, cseept StUrdar. l p .... 1
1 Returning,leave Sanlord.dolt except Sosdayt at y jo L n.F.
', .... feel that the program Is friends: and even the ecclestlastlcally ter confine ourselves to municipal
r: ,tttpeded by the delays in getting shivalry of' the minister should' not ownership until we see how .it. works, UcJYEQ and JIAOKAlWiiI
:. f to work on the approaches on the be allowed to rob the parties of a before undertaking a scheme to vast Solltll.Solld Red Dow.. SCHEDULE RHiJ .p

{ )ard., kiss the. remembrance- of which will. and far reaching as federal, owner- L 1Lea'fC
remain with the happy pair all their ship"-Courier-Journal. i p ... n-.,. .,- J.dt.,1Ua ,.,,, Arrttt L
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May. __....._ sc_ Urt.C1L" a p.a
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turday in this city at the Ban- Had Tetter for Thirty Years. This Is an ailment with which FUNERAL AIrl'fe", 10 8 3o go a a.;m.m. _.....-.---... .-.-Entetprue-sr..."..,.." -. 10 eo a a
j ,office land' trade 'was.made. I have' suffered with tetter for thinty Chamberlain's Pain Balm has proven
r a and have tried almost count- valuable. In almost every J.cbonvnJe.:
years especially St
and Ticket Office, 122 West Bar .
eby Mr. W. J, May: of Torrey.. less remedies with little. If any, re- nlst:. nce. it affords prompt and permanent DIRECTO RS. Gen.ral Passenger-
JwrchajM from 'his brother-in-law, Three boxes'of Chamberlain'sSalve relief. Mr Luke LaGrange, of ",
Mr.. latter'si farml lfef., me. It is torture. It.. Mich of It: "After using ..i--'f- U. IRONMONGER.J*.. Att't Ceal'!Past. Agent,ui Wait Bar LOVKLl St. twkt IYU1t"t. -
;,a C. Murphy! the : cured a, Orange, says W.G.COOPER Ja..FrtifhtAl'e1iL' C f. SttpetiaWM
aloety-flve 'near Anthony. breaks out, a little sometimes, but a plaster and other remedies threeweeksJor'a Hays. a fall stock Coffins. Ca8ket I!, Foot ot Hogan Street,Jackxnrme, Pla.t K. T, -
acres I 'Outtits. tl t) ,Gea'l East** Fan Agt..New Yak 'CIYD5 UUN&Cert FtX.t.&t-o
nothing to'what It used to daD.I.Beach lame back purchased a and Buria Special given AC. HAGBRTY .
The deal via Tnade ,in a very few Midland City Ala. ,Chamber bottle of Chamberlain's Pain ,Balm Burial services.; THEO G. EGER, ,Vice President and Central Mtn,9r.
: ittea; the price .paid for: :the farm Iain's, Salve is for sale T>y all drug' and ,two applications cured me."' Foi I Embalming to Order General Office Pier 36, North RIvtr. Branch 290 'Broadway New York.
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= -' .. LUM.V lanta. Greeted by Twelve Thousand lit'. : )
.To view the state with impartialeyes Mrs. w..s.. Walker; of st. Augustine, Louisville-Is Arm ard: Arm j .
In' the erection of building FUu, was the guest last week of ,Mrs. With Watterson. 3

And note how the 'land of Florida for the negro male patients of the Susan Alston Brown.. Mrs. Walker Is I : ?;-' c
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: ., lies. Florida Hospital for the .Insane at the wife of the late O nPrai. w I : I Louisville ) fctept 12 -Eatering c
Chattahoochee, the state will have expended of the southland for the first time in
Walker a prominent soldier
The'recent dash Frank E. Bondat the 'sum of jfo.OOO when the Confederacy; and daughter of Gen. J.i years, William Jennings Bryan-- !J!

t DeLand removes from his' sphere buildIng Is completed and, ready for M. 'Hernandez, who was the generalof : was welcomed with a spot. :''

of' usefulnes one of the, -men who occupancy)", which will'be' some time the militia 'of Florida during thSeminole" gladness. lie seized the ocea?
Lave helped' to,, make Voluala.,countyw this'..monu / war. Her life has: been very of to'read a statement in expla.

,at ahrjs- one:of.the,'best countieson 1 (U The outlay was Incurred' by' the interesting, and she gives some reminiscences of his New York speech oii'

that side of the'state. Frank Bond long felt need of having'the negro patients of the Seminole war which rnment ownership cf rlnroa! .' :

was noted for his .energy and had a In a hospital on grounds at a which she remembers very vividly Mr. Bryan's arrival the city pr""

finger In about' every. business'; pie distance from those on. which are although she was a child. She knew a great outburst of acclaiuf

that was ever baked. In ould Volusla. situated the buildings for the white well Osceola and Coachoochee: two from thousands of marchers]

He made money and friends, too.. The patients. This. new building is: located Indian chieftians, and speaks of ,the, other thousands in the It

latter, he)certalnlr. left but! :;,!whether. about 300. .yards. from the nearest. devotion. Coachoochee I showed her r reception at the Armory ..
he left any'monp& 'or not cannot at building occupied by white patients father. In the museum at SL Augustine he addresed twelve thousand

this time be told. and stands'n, grounds of Its own are many handsome awards, was wildly enthusiastic.The .
j There .Is'' practically no sap lumber mass meeting at the Armor
belts, uniforms, pieces of mahogany i
a ; The rapidity .with which the railroads -I In the entire building as it was all selected furniture and other souvenirs which Kentucky's greeting oa

of the state- are now' discarding I from the finest heart :yellow were property of General Hernandez.Mrs. he of the south, and It was a r*

x "wood-burners" ,for .locomotives bu.mi i pine timber and 'the top floors are Walker spends her winters at southern gathering ,gnusl.
Ing coal is something surprising.. The boards, old by leading southern democrats, '
i made strictly on rift sawn St. Augustine and the summer with a-
Seaboard -Aalr ,Line, for Instance' Is which are practically Indestructable. of prominent from other*
: ,
I her daughter. .Mrs. Henry Peeples
putting'In the l tterf as:fast as It. can1., ,There was no 'expense for an architect at West End. She has several other to states, and citizens from

and has.,already put up coal elevators architectural_ drawings ,or super I children, one of them Mrs. Anderson, and Indiana, Mr. Bryan,1

at Ocala. and Wildwood.. on. the ''Jack.. vision of construction other than that I of Florida.-Atlanta Constitution. welcomed to Kentucky by f1J-
sonville and ;divlafoiss One reason regular\ opponent, Henry Watterson. ,
i 'Tappa furnished by the i staff Practically '. --
for the change be found in all the hauling has been, done St. Augustine Will be Host ho pdeslred at' tonight's meeting. .

the fact that wood .is getting scarce by, the, hospital teams with, but little ,St. Augustine intended to give the other speakers at the Bryan PaSs ';'
In r South' ;Florida- scarce': within loss of attentlton to corps, etc. Florida Educational Association a tonight were Senator Car-,. i

a reasonable ;haullng distance' of Quite a deal of common labor of royal reception at its annual meeting, of Teneesee, representing the :y ".

the tracks- The cnange will be 'a wel handling the lumber "In constructionand which takes place here in December. : and Senator W. J. Stone, oct-r '' ..
come one to tit'people who travel .all the axcavacation was done by Superintend W. S. M. Pinkham and who introduced the guest of- *.-.--t.. ;"'!

much as It will do.-away with those patients. under: direction of their at. Professor Rutherford, the local committee oin .*. .,:.{. .

_.t everlasting stops at. "wood.. :'racks'.* endanti While 'this has delayed the ; are arranging' several fine at. In : 1.

which consume' so much time. work of. construction (the. patients are tractions, among others an oyster Arm and Arm With Watterson. '.
: .---- never hurried and therefore take longer roast and an excursion in launchesto When Mr. Bryan entered the hill-,

The Hon. ;Frank. Adams. of Hamilton to:do the work) the patients them- north and south beaches. This includes the arm of Mr. Watterson. there
county, declares that he Is not a selves were much benefited by the exercise a view of the lighthouse and a demonstration that lasted ten

candidate: -for governor., and, goes '.on and at the same ,time it re- wireless telegraph station. The boardof As soon as the noise sub

say that he will support.. : 'TV I'to : .;Jennings suited In a material saving to the trade intends to take the matterup Mr. Watterson delivered hU
-which t is a'good thing for the hospitaL and make the meeting a brilliant of welcome. When Waiter

big and big-hearted'... .. .Pensacola.. man; With the credit'of the state behind affair Mr. J. D. Rahner, assistant pointed to Bryan and said: "Here _
for Frank Adams; is certainly one of every order material 'was procured at general passenger agent for the FlorIda Is. "God bless and give him wis '

: ... the shrewdest and most energetic political a }ninirnum cost. East Coast railroad will take up ." the audience veiled for 'five

workers in this state, or'any 'It has been possible to erect., the the matter of transportation ,and get Mr. Watterson then intro

other. state x building at'the cost stated only because as a low a rate ,as possible.-Brooksvllle Senator Carmack. of Tennessee, '.
Y" !
"-' the,material was' manufacturedat Argus.A addressed the gathering.
The series fit :remlnlacencespol1ucai
'' ; Chattahoochee where the state, has Senator' Carmack was then follow.
personal and 'otherwise" that
ample'.steam power and raw materialand Chance for the South. by Senator W J. Stone of Mis '
the Tampa Tribune' is now publishing 'the same was done at a minimumjf Twenty workmen unions of the !, who Introduced Mr. Bryan The' '
from the of Bob Davis, is
pen -as
cost town of Bejar have addresed a circular that greeted Mr. Bryan

might .have been expected-mighty In planning the building the old to the president of American republics his entrance to the hall was renew
"food reading. Few men know Florida !
Idea has been done away with that begging them to provide as the Nebraskan rose to speak.
c and its public men as Bob Davis
Insane patients required each a separate ways and means to enable their mem- his response to the wet
1 does, and be Fill be'doing the peo
; Modern experiments bers to emigrate and establish colonies a great hush-fell on the crowd'
or cell
=_: pie of the atae a'reat injustice if
,have. ,demonstrated that with wherever they may be wanted. Mr. Bryan announced that be
he does not .
: continue the publicationof I'
the: discriminating assignment and! The reason 'they give for wanting to 'read a statement concerning
these articles. untlf he has :completely : classification. the Insane can be handled emigrate is that, though they are Industrious topic which had been generally dtt- '
covered the. ground. Tae'second '
.' '"to better" advantage and with less they cannot make a living since he had touched on it '
article:;poi the series dealt with opposition In large numbers, therefore In Spain. Six hundred families, mostof his speech at New York.I

that noble" old ,RomaaLthelate'' John each wing of the new building is them skilled cloth-makers, are I Mr. Bryan then read his statement; .
Lovlck Crawford who ,
W'I' was tor 'more" left in one .large dormitory each with ready to emigrate Madrid ,Special. in part was as follows:
than can. be remembered, secretary
a capacity, without crowding, of 7pati'nts. i "In my speech at the New York de
; of staUv and ,whose son, H. "Garden Spot of the World. '
Of course exceptional cases I made some remarks coa*
Clay now xholds the 'same position A representative of the Citizen had
,.- j( with:credit,, to.:himself, and Pro: tr.t1? require;sep rate rooms. ;: .(sucK. ". as, theunnsualy'violent the. pleasure last week of. going over the ownership of railways r .:
:.... the '_'.tate.' !* *- ,' suicidal, ,, etc.,) _and the 'plantation of .Cephas Finder on e'E; t.'i thought that I had expressed tay =
these cases have been prepared for by lt so clearly that mr positlou could
.. Upper Matacumble, one of the largest
The Ocala pan r 'chronicles the .about 30 rooms opening off the cen and most productive. onthe, keys.. .1'&i. be misconstrued even by thoseJ:

departure of Dr.. 's. 'H. Butch 'for'tral'corridor. There" 'are 'a few patients On this plantation Is grown every o desired to misconstrue It. The ''
who better controlled by ) York speech ,was to
= j Rochester, N. Y, where he goes to are varietay of tropical fruit of commercial prepared

,- ,.attend the' annual. session. of the National housIng separately all the time while value and there is not a"week in the It was not only written, but
.. 'Prison ,Association. At this others require Isolation at Intervals.It carefully revised. It stated ex
\ year that some crop is in season for
meeting the' good,, doctor. will read. a has also been demonstrated that I market what I wanted to state, and I.

paper entitled a 'Open. vs. the the' Insane recover 'much more, rapidly I Just now the lime crop Is being nothing; to withdraw or modify

-' Close Penitentiary System$'and 'In where they are, kept as much as I marketed and Mr. Finder shipping. ; the statement therein made. What ,

_' .litch. it Is said, ,. he. will. take strong possible in the open air, .and, in this out from ten to fifteen barrels, per ; say tonight, Is rather in the nature
t :
ground iii'favor of/the .former system. climate It Is practicable to keep them day and could furnish many more if an elaboration of the ideas therein c
s Dr.: Butch. br the ,way, Is hospital out of doors almost all of the yea he had more .to take care of them. .
surgeon and prison.'physician, and To add to this there Is a large gal-
If northern tourists could be shown i of Marion County School Teachers.t:
whatever its critics:may say of Flor lery 12 feet wide and 1'16 feet long .
through this fine plantation they
following white achool teachers,
: ida's convict system they can say on the south side. This gallery Is protected .
would need no further argument to took the examination recently '!.
three sides, leaving only
nothing .against the ;manner in which on .
convince them that Florida is, Indeed in this city, made the following :.
_ the doctor discharges the duties of the, southern side open. and as the ,
the of the
garded spot world.KeyWest and will teach this term at
J : his omc ,-Pensacola Journal. upper story is screened by heavy wire Citizen. -
r following places
guards 'it is practicable to keep the
b : To Kill the "White Fly." patients outside In all but the coldest Miss Cora Hurry of Georgia, 0rsi

x The following formula is.' the one weather. Orphanage Day._ and will teach at Griner Farm;

'f': used by Mrs; Win. D. :Ferrand,. on her With the exception of two rooms es- The first Sunday in October Is Orphanage Jennie M Payne of Fairfield, '

:, s..::' "Lake View grovel '* pecially prepared for suicidal patients, or Work Day. The First grade, and will teach at Plant

,V" 837 'ponds L. G.: potash. the dividing partitions extend to the Baptist Orphanage Arcadia Fla.., ; C. A. Wells of Georgia, first

". HSpounds .H. G. acid phosphate. heighth of ten feet only (ceilings are asks that everybody in the state giveto and win be the principal at

r ;: 182. pounds H.1: G,,,sulphate of am ourteen. feet high) and above that this home ,the earnings of that Second grade: Miss Roberta
mania. are gratings or lattice work thus affording day., A year ago the responses to a Farrer, of Kentucky will teach ,

.163 pounds ,sulphate of Iron. a free circulation for air similar appeal were very'gratifying Mcintosh; Miss Julia Word, treats
This as will be_seen, is the formula I throughout the building and provid- and quite helpful to us in the many of Tennessee' will teach at Fort ;:

for a ton of fertilizer, Attention was ing each room with a well nigh perfect amounts sent In as the earnings of school; Mr. :M. L. Reynolds, bt '

.' t.f-" :-'. attracted d'tojt this.particular time by I ventilation.The : the first Saturday 'In October. We ) will teach at omeland school: = E

$ -, the' publication in a recent issue of building' has a fourteen foot kindly ask that professional men Grade Miss Mattle E. Hicks : f.

_, : ,:tJi'' ? the Independent of a letter in tbe corridor through the center and a teachers lawyers, doctors, merchants ; Miss Emma McAusley, Red- :

.. -- ,New York Packer,-from Col.. Albertus cross hall north and south, and there mechanics, clerks, every man, woman and Miss Della Smith. Falrfield. ,
__ c:>. Voet of Bart w., relativeto the use )ts- 'thus. obtained a strong central and child wo can earn something .on The last three named have not yet '
of copperas (sulphate of iron)' for the draft providing an air circulation that day. The children in all the a assigned schools '

wbite fly pest Mrs. Ferrand has without regard to., the direction of Sunday schools may help us by earn The following is a list of the colored < f
ied. the above .formula for the past the"wind. ing something on that day to help teachers who paced the exami C

< four years and is inclined to believe The hospital has a frontage of two the orphanage.We : ..

J 4 Very.-,strongly! that' this. j if.the reason, hundred, feet.and. the. two wings are have at present foty-two children J, D. McCalL first grade, principal
or at ani fate 'one reason, 'why 'her each 'eighty -feet-deep. The structure and.our number will be constant- : Howard Academy; Lulu A. Bald* .:

crave has not been troubled, with the Is of. ..brick, being'two stories, height clothed, treldddn t naehacmwyfptoialy : n. first grade will teach at Bald t
;white fly. Whether, this 'be true 'or and'haying basement, part of which increasing. They are fed and Farm schooL All the jest secur :- r

not she knows that the tonic' effect tatter* Is used for the dining room. clothed, trained and educated whollyby third grade, certificates namely t.

:h on; the trees is good lending:additional The lumber used was manufactured voluntary contributions, except J. W. Adams, Camilla Alexan w

color to both.foliage'andftu1t.&nd1mpart1nc : from the timber by the state at an the comparatively little help which Ollle T. Boller. Tberesa Bonner, ,

.to the latter finer flavor average cost of about $7,50 per thousand we make in the farm. H. Bonner; Bessie E. Bonner Mrs. I
She only applies'the'sulphate of iron feet.-Tallahassee Sun Besides our current expenses E. U. Cherot, Martin A. Dixon "':
> at the' November':.fertilizing;. conslderta which are ,about two hundred and fifty ; $ Livingston, W. C. Ro:wsM Es-
this best time dollars a month we need, and
the to .get the desired Touches Both. E. Rogers Hannah If. Mosely.
-: effect need very much a two story building J. Mobley Mrs. Wylmer V. ..
In cue it U desired to apply the "The simplified speller, says the the lower story for a school room .
sulphate :of iron alone; 'Mrs. Ferrandoasiders Providence Journal,."Is;reported to be and the'upper story as a dormitoryfor
In a state of mind with respect tothe' meet our needs we
JOQ. pounds: to tbe acre a '* the boys.. To ; Serum for fatigue.
.:tool quantity and,prefers'the cheaper familiar word 'dough. Chairman hope everybody will be so much interested Dr. Weichardt, of Berlin, claims
t trade of the .chemical to the higher Sherman, of the Republican Congressional 'as to..send us the earnings of for the discovery of a serum '

.'tit, the formula.. Campaign shares. their emotion. the first Saturday In October, : ,. whatever Its practical merits

''r.t Tbe";fact teat 'her grove is one 'of.ftoett :: Hartford. Times., : B. M. BEAN.Superintendent,. certainly the most 'remarkable of '
,. ,in:tbe vlcltlty: is good i4 antitoxins. He calls It the serlum

> -'. .. .' .. tbe, .. ",effacacy, of the formula, Starving to Death., Arcadia, Fla. fatigue. This Is extracted from the
r : rbfives above,.which will prove of great Because her stomach was so weakened { and tissues of other animals .
by useless drugging that she
< 8ttfrest,. ,concerned in Mo Muther Guz. to death after
4 to- aU, orange could not eat Mrs Mary H. Walters, first being subject
r: : '::::-t.. :\egit.-St :Petersburg Independ- oTSt; Clair Streett, 0.. was literally -" to great fatigue, the -muscular Us
::\ : 'tat. starving to death. She writes: '"My "Teddy, Teddy. dickshunary being subjected to-heat at high
stomach was so weak from useless How duo reforming go rat1lfe. The resulting extract r
.4 :t: ';'''''ldlaiy''colnag .. drugs that I could not eat; and my With Brander Mathews latest spels. ; s injected into other animals also _"
nerves so wrecked that I could not I,
> >Bi Dimes,jrf Washington, who And big stick a lln a row? ,
i1W1'lf.; sleep; and.not before.I was- given up a state of fatigue ,and, from the f f
I _. ;1. taittfed with stealing $28, must takea to 'die-was I induced, to' try'Electric 'Tis hard to follow )"11..' Jaded, of those inoculated animals la

+, .Ifedtaeat' ;; A-Texan whose:name, is Bitters, ; with the, wonderful result. But as 'YU have Invited, the serum ,which' accordlar"
'havebroken that improvement began' at once, anda
SaHakVela i. .._reported > We'gues teat we wil now prosedeTn
complete cure followed. Best health Dr. Weichardt destroy the toxins
: ; l\" a"too',bank. .In,' -Mexico.-Louis. .., ''', tonicon earth. "50 cents. GuaranteedbyfTydins : think, that we're delighted. : s tlnJ from 'ufaU e.-Lo. dot

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; : t8 HO ., '! _!f .a..8R99KLY.Nt-- LEAVE TO. SELL MINO 'S' -PTRMlrTO-SEl fQUORSf- '
,' WINES AND BEER. ,In Marion Circuit Court Fifth Circuit 7-
aNW-I: 1 "correa ond..ence pcaia Banner; Jni- i of- ', ifi!.Lu.e" ,.qU., -StO pew 'E J.,. .th," ?4/Ocala-6s j.i3:r ')eirerywJ1ea; "'" 'i.-: "recognIzed" ,., ,,,- ,,.u>. i'ff'# Pi .ffJ JI 'Ij t : : .J ij ,;1. of Florida. 'f')
dfri } ., .. enterprising "
U ; Y111 .(S. ? < { rxmeyofttbe niOstf tnnUYt WhereaI William H.w Than hasSled Tampa and JacKSonville Railroad Co,
"Where Is Brooklyn '
wiri: always :tay :a3 dry as fat preseatwe N 'York World? beautiful cities in the interior of .otice is hereby given that on the with the board of.county commis j jsioners A Corporation Organized and Existing
?' -follownig are among those It is the capital city:of the I under the Laws of the
could;begin. talkingrabout. pursing Florida. J2! day of October. A. D.v 1906 I. will .for Marion county Florida]
'.. considered by that paper as the best: canner county of the state-tha county ills application for permit to seu LIjuors -, State of Florida vs. Eliza .
and having some Bell county .
bicycle ipply to the Hon. Joseph ,
: a .Spot,a man anywnere in New YorkwIthjbber that captures all, the big prizes at Wines and Beer in Election! A McDonald.-NoUce
It[done on our roads. We are hay- I. judge in ajid for Marion county, of Condemnation
plant, a bird cage or a. the agricultural, fairs,-having to her District No. One of said county and
:'some real pleasant weather'at, ., '. and track him.- credit the banner, prize' at ,three ,sue-- tate of Florida, aThlsjOffiee. fii Ocala, state; ; any person of such election district Proceedings.
1 folding carnage ,
II_ at.. > baby, state. fairs" -and. a large number--' in said county, for an 'brder authorizing : may show cause, is any 'there Notice is hereoy given that to all
; to'his t1natIon.,... e'l land J.ToU Jn cessiv interested in having aLien
de : or
entered i be, at the meeting the board to beheld ] persons
have .
: :T'wo little strangers of individual prizes. ..iiThe me, as ,guardian of the minor
/ the folowing described
i on prop-
Brooklyn. :i / onMonday-
:o.r midst recently, one at the home Where a. nickel; is worth more than -- lands' surrounding' Qcala. arrf.' the heirs.' of the estate.';of jjt- R. Easterllng. the first day of October next erty, situate lying. and being in Mar-

'of-"Mr..and ,----.. L. BMarsh, and.:ihe """",* -" *"* .toost elevated and fertil& 111 the state. :Deceased to sell 'at private sale the ,why 'such permit should not be grant.'i,on county, 'Florida- and more partlcilarly j
: ;.:other or at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. a human life. Ocala is located on 'the great ridge Following property belonging to said sd. 1 described as follows to-wit: .

Martin.- Where New Yorkers go when they separating the rain fall, part of which Commencing 21.25 (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK A part of the southeast quarter of
Charles to-wit
state : .
die. flows into the Atlantic 'ocean on the I Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners I section fourteen (14) township thir-

v The farmers' :are busily engaged Georgaphically on Long Island: one side and part into" the Julf of I chains west of northeast corner of Marion County Fla. 9-7, I:een' (13), range twenty (20), being aright

: these; days cutting and storing'thtlr heaven than the other. section 25, township 13 south range of way one-uundred anu ftftl(150)

nay' crop which Is very good this theologically nearer Mexico on more 20 east thence west 21.25 chains, ;NOTICE OF PETITIONERS TO !eet wide, seventy-five (75) feet ou'iach
:- fj. New York; politically, the rank and Marvelous Silver Springs ADOPT CHILD. : side of the center line of the
season.' than the Blue Grotto of thence south 39.93 ,chains thence
: ..". file don't know' beautiful rampa and Jacksonville Railway Co.. :
Mr.. Joseph Bumbjr returned Sun. and famous in localsong and east 21.25 chains. thence south 22 "
where it ought to be-with a Italy ro the Public: :is it is now located. The said cen-
'y from his trip to Minneapolis, i Just York. story':"" is only five miles;distant. chains thence east 8.10 chains thence Take notice that on Monday the 8th I:er line begins on the north line ofthe -'

:. -where' Jie attended the reunion of river separate' it from New Blue Springs, Uttle less wonderful north, 17. chains, tehnce west 7.gO1Ii lay of October A. D. 1906, or as soon: 1 said southeast quarter section;
Get inj.the: bridge, _crushancl find = onljr miles distant < thereafter as we be heard we 'eight hundred and eighty-two (88%)
'the G.,.A. R. He reports having had a S and .ovely; is eighteen ., Ins thence -''. north 5.30 may
out- to'your sorrow, .l" Weir !: will file our petition for the adoption :!eet, north eighty-four (84) degrees
; time on his outing.. ; ";" :to. the westward and Lake ,,.. > west 30- links thence
splendid chains/thence af infant F. Valzana mInutes east
Find a 'hungry looking crowd rushing than' Lake Como. ia an child Joseph md twenty-six (26)
"What is the .matter with Albert? of the more charming north 39.97 chains to point of beginning with the clerk of the court for Mar.. .from! the northwest corner thence'
hold southward.
We. do not hear any more from him. for the bridge-grab just eighteen miles to the 98.97 acres. Also the southwest lon county, Fla., fifth judicial circuitof south twenty-three (23) degrees and
first car you see and hold on until Ocala is wonderfully located-Its Florida, and will as soon thereafter eighteen (18) minutes west tweny
Also, would like to hear from .Blue less 13.15 chains east and
you get to a fruit stand with a sign, meaning in the Indian tongue is "fat quarter as*we comply with the statute pray hree: hundred ana forty (2340) feet 3
: 'BelL As you have been on a trip "lemons 2- for :3 cents." and signifies tha "land of plenty." / west by 22 chains north and south in for an order from the Judge of the Ld the west line of the said quarter '

: south you have had more time tothink meet man pushing a The finest stock farms in the state northeast corner of section 25, and fifth judicial circuit court.FERDERICK section and containing eight and

: ,' of something to write. Where you a are near Ocala ana the most progressive the north half of northwest quarter B. KERVAN, six one hundredths (8.06) acres, more -

A. P. Marsh visited her son baby carriage and looking up at the and up to date farmers, with of northeast IDA W. KERVAN, Dr less, to be and appear before this
'Mrs. their and northwest quarter
'*" church steeples to see if it is, time unerring judgment. have located Norwalk. Fla.. Sept. 7, 1906. 9-7 honorable court on the HJ

!daughter in- Lake County last to go home and get his wife's"supper; farms near here.farmer lives at home his quarter of section 36, in 1st day of October, A. D., 1906,

week. New York Is' in a terrible condi smoke Here house the and his corn crib his township; 13 south range 20 east, and NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR same being the first Monday in said

Our school is progressing nicely state. potato banks and his dairy, bulge with I the: southwest quarter of section 31, PERMIT TO SELL LIQUORS, : month, and a rule day of said court, -

under the management of Mrs. De tionBrooklyn is in the same plenty and in his barnyard are w.n township 13 south raxige 21 east. WINES AND BEER. ito: showcause.. if any. why said property -
t At the wrong end of the bridge. peacocks, turkeys, geese ducks, chick- should not be condemned and
Witt Griffin. All the patrons. and Total 521.59 acres. Whereas Thomas H. Keating, doing -
Ask Pat McCarren-he knows. ens and guineas. taken; for uses and purposes no shown J
--. pupils! are well pleased with Mrs. theManhattan by two Speaking specifically; and coming The said Jands belong to. the estate business 'as Strauss & Company, by the petition filed herewith, or else ito
,Hanging on down to a plain statement of facts,-we with the board of countycommissioners
Griffin's. work. --. of the said J.'R. Easterling, deceased. has filed! : I be barred of ail right title and 1
bridges.Camp. mention that: for Marion county, interest whatever in and to said
Mr. Mrs. Marsh visited relatives of prop.
to be sold for the best
Ocata Has- Fla., his apiication for permit to sell erty.

at'. Grahamvttle. last week. Meeting Near Bartow. Golf links. said minor heirs. wines liquors, and beer in Election In witness whereof I have hereuntoset

HERE AND THERE One florist This 18th, day of September, 1906. District of saiu county and my hand and affixed the seal of

-- state; any citizen of such election 311 August
- Two' dairies. ; 5 .* J. M. EASTERLING said court this ui day 01 <
,; Mary and Her Little Lamb. A camp meeting of the church: of Five saloons, s> / r: district may show cause, if any there A. D., 1906. 1al
" ,.Everybody knows the story of Mary I Sod will be held onf the camp grounds One One garache foundry, l.. \ 9-21-5t be held at the meeting of' the board to be { ) S. T. SISTRUNK,

and her little lamb but not everyone miles northeast of FortMeade., Three banks, .;:. ," onMonday Clerk Circuit \"ourt.
: I five Administrator's Notice 'of final Dis the first day of October next F, M. Simonton
- : J1ows'that Mary E. Sawyer, who was 4[}n ,Fort Meade and Bartow road Seven hotels., : charge. why such permit should not be grant Attorney for Petitioner.t 8-31
works ,
- : born near Worcester Mass., was the I east side of Peace river on October On hospital =, Notice is ''Lreby given that on the ed.
6th day of November. A. D.. 1906 the :
heroine of the poem. 12th to 21st, 1906. Ten churches J. undersigned administrator of the es- ,
the Board of County Commissioners -
architect, Clerk of -- --
When Mary was a little girl she anti-sectarian earnestly One stae of John W. Randall, deceased. will ;
Jt will" be One gunsmith, present to the Hon.'Joseph Bell, Coun-'. Marion County Fla. 9-7 In Marion County Circuit Court, Fifth
found a newborn lamb nearly dead contending for the faith once delivered Two tin shops ty Judge of Marion courty Florida. Circuit of Florida. -

,: With -linger and cold. She tenderly to the saints and for apostles O&e seed store, his final acounts 'and make final settle- Tampa and Jacksonville Railroad Co..
One synagogue, tlement and apply for his final discharge NOTICE Existing .
and became A Corporation Organized
back to life,
;1 nursed faith and power. One gas plant as administrator of the 'said I _

-, ;. devotedly attached to her gentle B. E. Warren, of Springfield, Ohio, Three One shoe bakeries store, .. estate. P. T. RANDALL. !tn[ the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial State under of Florida the Laws vs. Jacob of the

. .charge. The lamb was her constant and oter evangelist will be presentto Six restaurants, Administrator Randall Deceased.of Estate of John, W. "Circuit of Florida in and Stanley. and E. W. Agnew. .

- companion and playmate 'and was to : espouse the word o God on prophesy Twenty lawyers, Ocala, Fla. May 3. 1906. 5-4-6m for ,Marion County-In Chan- .-Notice of Condemnation '

i her what a doll Is to most children. unity .of the people of. God, Board Six drug of, stores Trades, cery. Pro
: 'For hours Mary would dress her lamb full salvation faith divine heal'n Four contractors.- J In the Circuit NOTICE.Court In and For MarIon Andross Williams-, Complainant, vs. is hereby ceedings.'Notice given to all
believe" that it was ..herbaiy. bible themes. One opera house /v. Florida.In .
'and"make interesting County Defendant
other Williams
: and Two cigar stores, Esther persons interested in or having a
:';' One day her brother suggested Everybodyinvited to come and enJoy Four shqe shops M Re Estate of A. C. Johnson.that the Order for Constructive Service. interest whatever in and to said prop-
Notice is hereby given
': that she take the lamb to school. a feast of heavenly grace and One variety store 5th day of December, A. D. 1906, It is ordered that the defendant erty situate lying and being in Mar-
One music house lir.v herein named, to-wit: Esther Williams ion Florida and more panics
Mary that ofGod. administrator of the county, ,
delighted children the undersigned
The the
'0': thought so- spiritual power with .... :. .
Eleven physicians .r. ; .
usual'' for .**' estate of A. C. Johnson, deceased will be and she is hereby required ularly described as follows, to-wit:
;:, she started earlier' than Two 'paint factories shops,, ,.;*.....- present my final return accounts and to appear to the bill of complaint in A part of the eas '*iialf of the northwest
;: the school house reached there be- Arrangements, made to Two Two planing ice mills- .. vouchers, and apply for final discharge this cause on or before quarter and part of the northeast -

"? ,fore. the other scholars and put the feed all. Those who can conveniently One green house, >. as administrator of TOWNSEND said estate. Monday; the 5th day of Nov. iau6. i quarter of uie southwest quarterof

her seat where it lay do so. Two dental rooms F. M. of C. It Is further ordered that a copy of section twenty-three (23), township
j lamb under bring bedding, please Administrator of the A.
: barber shopa this order be published once a week
Five being
6 1 6m thirteen (13). range twenty ,
turn will Johnson. deceased.
'i- .contentedly. WhenMary's Those coming by railroad get Three art schools, Martini May %Sth, -90S. for eight consecutive weeks in the a right of way one hundred and

'.,. i I came, for her recitations. the lamb their tickets to Fort Meade, Fla., and Three wood yards,, Ocala Banner a newspaper publish fifty (150) feet wide seventy-five ('<5)

.uR' down the aisle after her to .the notify us not less than' three days One One public marble library works, .. NOTICE.Two ed in said county and state. i feet .on each side of the center line
and 'J.; This 4th day of September, 1906. of the Tampa and Jacksonville Rail.
..;4Bntense delight" of the scholars before their arrival* and free convey Two bicycle shops *
'... The lamb furnished.We Two lumber yards Plantations for Rent. (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK way Co., as it is nowlocated.. The
i: surprise ,9t the teacher. ance'to grounds will be Two racket stores. The first'containing' over two hundred Clerk Circuit Court Marion County said center line begins on the north

; was put on the outside and it waited expect this to be the most: effectual Three silversmiths acres under cultivation the Fla. line of tne said east half of the northwest

: 'f-. on the doorstep for Mary and fol- meeting ever held In the Two public schools. best farming and grazing lands. By George Leitner D. C.Edwin quarter one hundred and thirty '

lowed. "ner; .nome: f state on account. .01_ U m, ::: p resence .g"tI.-- A One telephone barrel factorY.system. One mile from Irvine, with depot Spencer: 97Complainant's six (i.u) feet outn, eighty-four (&t) '
named John Roulston One bottling works. 'Ion the land of G. & G. railroad. degrees and twenty (20) minutes west
F -A young man school I power of God. TWo pressing clubs, The other. place containing between of the northeast corner and runs -
chanced to be a visitor at the Don't fail to cOme and hear the Two haberdasheries. four and five hundred acres at present south twenty-three (23) degrees and

: d the pattic incident caused him j truth preached and the sweet songs One dancing school. under cultivation. Fine hammockand NOTICE. eighteen (18) minutes west twelve

the stanzas which he presented Fifteen fruit stores mixed land between ,Irvine and hundred and ninety-seven (297) feet
compose j of Zion. of the Fifth Judicial -
; Six boarding houses [In the Circuit Court and
(8) degrees
t south
from each place. thence eiguc
after ,. or. J.. E. Reddick, 1 1miles ,
-- to Mary. .Some years Address W. O. Williams Two abstiact offices. Circuit of Florida In and
minutes east twenty-
works. Well .suited for a stock farm. twenty-one (21)
,, Three
wasmarried to Columbus - for Marion Cpunty-In Chan-
'- this Mary Wilson Hurst Fla. Two machine snaps, The latter place for rent or sale. eight hundred and sixty-two (2862)

Tyler.. A military company. Apply for details to J. S. Lewis or I i ery. feet to the south line of said norm-

When the lamb was old enough One Catholic church Mrs. M. 0. Lewis, Irvine Fla. 9212t. ; -- F. east quarter of the southwest quarter,
stores A. P. Stuckey Complainant vs
and three
Three Jewelry and containing fourteen
-. to shear Mary's mother knit her two SEABOARDAIR Two public libraries, NOTICE. M. Townsend, G. D. Townsend, T. A. tenths (14.3) acres, more or less, to

' pairs of ftocMna of the wool, and Two steam laundries Mathews, Albert S. Johnson May be and appear befor tnis honorable z

- Mra Tyler kept those stockings until Ten Three dry music goods schools stores-, Of Application for Tax Deed Under Johnson. Sam R. Johnson Oliver Fort. court on the '

' she. was eighty years old. When the LINE RAILWAYrx.. One Chinese laundr>. "Section. 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws Lisle Johnson, Flower Johnson LenaB. i 1st day of October, A. D., 1906

MOld Church South of Boston, wa.q $1195 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tickets Two dally newspapers of Florida. Dickson, Eupheme Fort, E. i same being the first Monday in said
i stores rule of said court
and day
Twelve grocery month a
John ;
. raising money she unraveled a pair on sale September 29 and 30, Four hardware stores. Notice is hereby given that J. J. A. Norris John A. Dickson to show cause if any, why said prop- '

p of these stockings and wound the with final limit Oct. 7th. Exten- Five Baptist churches, Bierman, purchaser of tax certificate Bowen Ira Bowen Barney McEl-,: erty should not be condemned'' and

yarn on small cards upon which she tion available to Oct. 30. One Three Christian furniture church stores, Nos. 320, 322 356, dated the 6th day reath Dora I. McElreath,Irid D.Knox, taken for uses and purposes as shown

j autograph and these cards Three. millinery stores of August A. D., 1900 has filed said Dora Knox Henry J. Power Lula by the petition filed herewith. or else
:{ wrote her $11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tickets and has made of all right title and
office barred
; Mrs. Four phosphate offices, certificates in my Power Ruth Power, James L. Mc- to ,

... Tyler died In: December,. 18S9.-New 'with final limit Oct. 29. Extension Three railway systems. accordance with law. Said certificates ., Mullen, Marie McMullen, levi Blaol- erty.

York Tribune. available to Oct. 30. Two cold storage plants, embrace the following described Man, George W. Means Caleb J In witness whereof I have hereuntoset

1 1 Three blacksmith sloops property situated in Marion county .. liaukn-gbt R. C. Smith and John VMartscn. my hand and affixed the seal of

; $23.75 Richmond Va., and return. Eight Four realestate benevolent agencies orders, Florida, to-wit: Southeast quartei, said court this 30th day of August I-'

f f Anthony Baptist Church- Tickets onsale Sept. 30 and Oct. One kindergarten school.T..o of southeast quarter and west hall A. D., 1906.
Gentlemen- churches. southwest quarter of southeast (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, .
I Oct. 8. Episcopal
: 1. \ lth final limit Service.It .
of telling you for Constructive
f We take the liberty Two; cigar manufactories quarter of southwest quartei Order Clerk Circuit CourtF.
liberal quantity oof L. & M. Tickets on sale Octtober 15, 16, 17 Two electric light plants, of southwest quarter of northwest is ordered to-wlt: T. A. Mathews, Attorney. for Petitioner. 831GUARDIAN'S
galleries t herein named
paint. Two photograph
whenever they. 8 and southwest
of section ,
j. 4 gallons L. & :M. mixed with 3 i and 18, with final limit Oct. 30 Three week'y newspapers, quarter quarter' of ''northwest quarter of section E. A. Norris, John A. Dickson, John NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT : -

gallons linseed oil will paint a moderate Extension available to' Nov.. 20. '.One..__ Presbyterian'anl .laHnrntnrlAS.. church... v..v_, 17 less one acre in 'nnrth'wslcoruerAllhlitownship t Bowen Ira Bowen Barney McElreath, AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
caeunca.1Several .uv. -
:- :; : aired DU, .\.---::-., $1.20 $21.15 New Oorleans,' L., and return. rwu :lumber companies C 13, south, ]Dora I. McElreath, Irid D. KnOX.. -
Actual cost of L. & M. about churches Notice Is hereby given that on the
Methodist east.
15 Three 21
Tickets on sale October .12 to ]range Knox Henry J. Power, Lula Power -
band organization assessed at the Dora December A. D. 1906.
per gallon. A brass The said land being 27th day of ,
r L. & M. Zinc hardens L. & .M. ,inclusive' with final limit Oct 30 Two electric establishments, date of the issuance of such certifi- Albert Power Ruth Power James at the court house In Marion county,

White Lead and makes the. /paint: ..., Extension available 'to Nov. 30. One spoke and rim factory t I cate in .the' name, of unknown. Un- ]L. McMullen Marie McMullen, Levi Florida the under signed a* guardianfor

wear like Iron. 34.25 Rock island 111., and return. Washerwomen by the.agencies score I :less Jsaid certificates shall be redeemed :Blackman George W. Means, CalebJ. the minors, Katie Mat McIntyre '
L. Insurance
fire John
world use Three Smith and
_Largest mills In the sale October 6, 7, andS One crate and basket factorY according to law tax deed will is- Bauknight E. C. and Hellen McIntyre. wiu present my
Tickets on hereby
vst &vM, Two tailoring establishments sue thereon on the 23rd day of October W Marston, be and they; are accounts and vouchers to the lion.

4 -- .Arnold Print Works, North Adams L., with' f4 final limit -Oct.: 16. ,One Elks' '
,}{ass., use nearly 17,000 gallons f 34.40 Dallas, 'Too,, and return.. Tickets Four life insurance agencies, WitneSs "'my1 ,official- signature' and in this cause on. or before'I Marion county and make my final
'; A M. Paint made with 10,000 gallons with ifinal limit Three"llvery and feed stables seal .this the 20th day of September I 5th day of November, 1906. settlement and apply for final di*
6 :
'4 sa e Oct., ; -
linseed oil. | on ; establishments > ordered that a of
plumbing further copy
M. 7,000 Three "; It is
: II. & pure :) H A: D, 1906. charge as guardian of the said minors
: Sod} by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala, 21 days .from date of sale. Numbers of naval stores establishments offices! (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, this order be published once a week from the said court

.FlL and return. Tickets Three undertaking Marion County, for eight consecutive weeks in the Dated June 19th 1906.A. .
: S ,11.95 Atlanta, Ga., Three job printing establishments, Clerk Circuit court, ,
with establishments, 921Cis Ocala Banner a newspaper published McINTYRE .
21 and 22, dressmaking Florida.
sale 19. 20. Five -
-- ; "Beyond all Doubt on One Epworth League reading room I in said county and state. As guardian of Katie Mat and Helca

: the greatest paper published. .In the ,4nal. limit P.ctj..30. "V"Extension. .. Two wholesale grain and feed stores :.:: This 4th. day of September 1906"*: Mcintyre Minors. 6-22-to

world Is the- New YorkWorld.." \ .availableto.Nov.,15*. .. .One .colored dom tic., (seal) S.. T. SISTRUNK, .. .
: school Circuit Court Marion County S
Its Sunday edition contains more ,.Seaboard Air Line Jacksonville to Two wholesale grocery establishments Needham Clerk Fla. 9-7k ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.

news more features and better" features Old Point Comfort Ocean Yiew, By George Leitner D., C, 1 Creditors, legatees distributees,
One city market-and several private and all persona having claims or demands -
: and better features, and Is the Cape Henry, [Virginia Beach markets, Hocker & Duval .,' ,' against the estate of Henry

l xnosfxarefully edited paper.. coming Portsmouth, Va, and? Moorehead Fair, grounds and 'base ball diamonds Complainant's Solicitors. T. Spooner, deceased, are hereby

section $15.50. a called upon and required to present -
The magazine return
trom New York. City and
of paved streets
The largest number Plumber NOTICE.
the same to the undersigned aa administrator
equals any of the popular ten Washington, D. C, $22.65.. Tickets on and side walks of any city in the in,. S within two years from the .

I and fifteen cent monthly : saleat Jacksonville,_only. terior'Carpenters of the, masons state. plasterers,pain. In the. Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial date of the first publication of this

S" comic\ weekly is .delightfully ,funny Jno Dozier, Agent,,Ocala; W. W. ters printers. machinests and labor? Gas! fitter :i Circuit ;of Florida; In and notice. otherwise same will be barred
9qd Chancery -
In .
S and its news columns are beyond City Ticket Agent, Ocala. lag men galore, i for Marion County- by the statute of limitations -
: Ocala has two of the finest hotelsin ._ HENRY G. SPOONER. :
: ,compare. Fla.;. S. C. Boylston, A. G. P. A.. the interior and her smaller ones J Administrator to the estate of Henry _

Jacksonville Fla. are well kept and tidy. Her business. I / I IHAS Gordon, Complainant VB.yoI.2 T. Sponer. .
'_". wen Wrtrth.. ... I .'".. blocks are built of brick and stone Clara Berry Or-
'- 'I. T Hrtr Air" __ Fla. 10 1906. 8-114t
Stanton August ,
NEW --
i W. H. Brown the popular pension -- -- and some are three stories in height OPENED UP HIS .ua.\'Ul.u. OUIUUUder "" ".v
I Pittsfield. Vt. says: "Next I Plans have been submitted for a 'for Constructive Service. .
J '-' attorney, of is ThfiRHAliCONDITIOHnCKVMOWH sixty-five thousand dollar court house It is ordered that the defend t ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE OF FINAL .
best thing get OF
a pension ,; and a hundred thousand dollar gov SHOP ON herein named to-wttt David L. t/ >
: Dr. King's New Life Pills. He writes: DISCHARGE.
building. requiredto
Rw i ernment don be and he is nereby

: They "kept Quick my family headache SPENCER BLOCK WITH A appear to the bill of complaint in Notice is hereby given that on the
constipation and biUousn 8 25 ets. Invective may be but wit is. not this cause on or before 1906. 15th day of October, 1906, the undersigned .

'r GUAranteed at Tydings $ 'c, .'s"drug D Claude's strong point. as- ,the above FULL LINE OF SANITARY Monday It is ,further the first ordered day of,0ctober uiat a copy assignee of J. M. Neely. will

.store. m "nCKVMOWH will show. be published once a week present to the Hon. W. S. Bullock..
S 1 of this
VOR' fl ,. Nestor Harris is still trying to AND MODERN PLUMBING for four consecutive weeks in the circuit judge of the fifth judicial circuit

For Two-Cent Stamp. SJUI-SKX. MCATOtM lTTT&Opcorwiesi .R "knock the spots" out of the .Sun He I Ocala Banner, a newspaper publishedin state of Florida his final state ,

'- has been 'discovered MANY YUSl TO Bt THE BIST XtNCiMt 01-'IIi is known to journalists as "Nestor" GOODS. WHEN IN NFED OF said countY' and state. ment and vouchers and apply for hi*
:: ,A. common chemical MAAKCT FDA DlSwr in STOCK or AIL tuies This 3uth day of August 1906.
;- 1IIfII INIIIGOJCIITlLGftMAM'S Harris but. among those who know aid assignee.
healing properties anUOAM1ITUIIDI\UUIIAIIIIYJCIS SANITARY S. T. SISTRUNK. I final discharge as
possess IS lOT A fOOD tilt f\IRUY&510tllO FIRST CLASS (seal) ,
all about him, he is known as "Nest Marion county Florida. Sept. 11, 1906.
,not known heretofore, but surpassing CUlt. Wt. a A TRIAL AM SAVl VOW' tMMiMICE Clerk ,Circuit Court. Ocala.
-- dic will 25Cfl75sar.tCRSALt5ML Egg" Frank. Diagrams of this thrifty ON HIM.. Fla. By Geo. C. Leitner. D.C. CLARENCE J. SMITH
i any other drug. The verer ? SflA&t OIIIDilt pAMurgTupfD BY PLUMBING.CALL Solicitor. :
joke sent on application.=ClaudeL'Engle's R. B. Bullock Complainant's' Assignee
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is Mother tnight i
Where! 0 Where _

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The. rocker is still the swee IF ,
soothed all .'sorrow, gave BROWN &BRO. ',:
voice that '.' A. ..
J joy to sadness encouraged the dtspondent : ,
caressed the children anmEie '.- -

home so dear and sweet, itoughed. t .... '
There is a vacancy around -
0.. ... ,
is absent from '!'
the fireside; some one A-. <,
the supper table; that soft tread so< r- :: ;-,.,
familiar, is no more. That dear re \ -'', ------' "'
eponse to the call 0 Mama is stilled; "

she does not answer. '
Mother! Oh Mother! Where Is '

Mother tonight? .
Grocers. <
Is she silent in the grave? ! < Wholesale -_

be ashamed 0 Lord; for I hav ....
never called upon Thee; let the,wick ..v.1'-.;:; .....
be ashamed and let them be silent t :" }:- --
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in the grave. ... '.' : ..
Mother loved the Lord; she was ...... > ; '. ; '
steadfast in the faith of the livini .: ::,
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gavtor. Her sufferings were: almost E. < : "

unbearable in the flesh, but, were nc Qcala I Florida. : ., :; ;
temptation to the spirit; she called E. : .0,(." ,
the Lord and the Lord sustained '. .. <:: : .... m
upon !: .j
her "1 will ranson them from the .-_.-' __ '''5:;I'''. ;""- '- ,,". .,, -i. {'.1,,._'r...0., <-, -_-- ',1'-
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where "
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tory." Death had no fears for Mother ...-.. '. ...... '.
Precious in the sight of the Lord is ....... ... ';,'

I the death of His saints. ---
wicked is driven 'away in His 1
wickedness, but the 'righteous have : HORNBY CEREALS I

hope in His death." r- .
Mother! Ob Mother! Where is 1

Mother: Her spirit tonight hath? taken its fllght'from P-

our eight; "But there is a spirit in ARE THE BEST PUT UP. I

man;, and the inspiration of the mfw ,- .
of the Al- ......
man; and the inspiration ...... "1. ; >;
understanding %- I
mighty giveth them .- j' .
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there ia! no man retain that have the spirit.power over All ..N... ; I . ..' .. .', ---- '
to -
the spirit -cIIJfill
--- ,
F go in one place; all are of the dust .
,and ,all turn to dust again." "Who ".:,, "
'Jmoweth the spirit of man that goeth ....... ---

-0 i upward.death, where is thy sting?"f Ambrosia' R 0. Oatmeal Gusto I 1

Mother! Oh, Mother! Where is ,
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Mother tonight!; .,; ,..-..., ."',' --=- "
Not the,victim. of death as Cleonice
of Pausanlas' ;;"'hor"&s the Egyptians O.i'G. OatmealARMOUR'S
when they went" into the sea after E Breakfast Wheat :" Force' I : ; .

i the Israelites, and the Lord command \ ... ..... ,<
ed Moses to stretch out his hands _. ...... ;,
over the sea and the waters returned,' -4 .I '' 1 ....J
forever : :." .' ,
and"Yea they though were no I more walk through the .......- .' o n _I '. .

vslley of the t shadow of death,, ;I"Ill -.-' .... '
\] fear no evil for thou art with /'

me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort
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=; me.
F j What is home without the .refleo 'STAR" HAMS
lion of a mother's love; like the once ..c

tgautlful rose whose fragrance filled .
v...... ,
the surrounding atmosphere with its i- ,..-.
lovely J perfumery and Is faded and is '". \ ---
no more. Mother's a home is .... -
set in ev- ..... -'
sun rising in morning sun "
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& &, twylight and sweet repose; it .
Is akin to the religion of our'Savior. : .. ., "_ ,. .;. .' ''. ."".'... "'.
The realm of eternal bUs is pictured ". .. "

in mother's face., Something beyond 3 '

this "'orld. it is'indlscribable, when : FLOUR!' ,':

ie come to compare mother's love : --
I .
-ow th the materials of this worjd. '
Those who never knew a mother'slore .. .. ,; -. ".', ..... .
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and a another' care, there is a
in their life something : '_ -....- 1
", vacant blare ; ; ..
wanting in the ftlshod nature of their d ___ -'

,- being ..== Our Brands are as follows. There are Few.. Equals and: None .Better.BALLABD'S -

. t Motberl! Oh, Mother! Where Is : : .. .....
Mother tonight ......

That sweet sound so thoroughlytwined ... "; i"1! ',,, ::::: '
round our hearts is no more : ? .

for ever; that anggelic smile,that ten- :----. OBELISKBROWN'S ." \:. .., '' ,., ..',.,"- ......

der look, that loving kiss is no more .I .. ..... '
forever -- "
1 never knew mother but ,I' often .- t '
listened to her sweet voice of spirit : "

nature. Her voice vwhlspers from the ..... ....
grave approving or disapproving. God "
God bas ;taken motherto :
gave mother
the beautiful beyond; where cares : .
cease where trouble is no more; sitting .' ..... .
the right hand and is joint \ .
at --
heir with the Savior, )) -41 .

We fancy we hear mother calling ':

her dear children, pleading with us, E', REMEMBER THE RAND! It, 3

dear children to the Savior; ;
come .... ...,.-;., ,' ;
while mercy is waiting while grace -" : ,
U abundant and the Lord is willing. --- "".. ., .... 0 ., "-. .., ._-...... .
we "" : : ,. : .,' i.,; ...... _
We love mother as dearly: as '.H. ,- "
did while she was with us and we \ ,' :' -' :
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pray that the good Lord will lead us --- -.,"-' '.,'''.>. -' ''. ... ",'- ",,, .. -- j.
not unto temptation but deliver us ,
evil that we will be reunited : "
from "
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xml record header identifier 2008-09-11setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Ocala banner.Ocala daily bannerDaily bannerBannerdc:subject Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher The Banner Pub. Co.The Banner Pub. Co.,dc:date September 21, 1906dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)2052272 (ALEPH)sn 88074815 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Marion -- OcalaUnited States of America -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida