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 28, 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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M u' ,> ; j? ? t:: Jl..r.\T MUST DO BUSINESSWITH '
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v5 the Grapefruit and the Pine.
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V t" Lots of pines are being shipped at

.' .,: N-. }Ioll.l. i of Orlando, spent .den. EVERY PERSON be he merchant. ., '

: \ ,hours i Jn Ocala Monday. truckers r. .' farmer or whatnot, who counts for
f,11" ', Martin are very busy plant- ...
l" ', .. beans, and other vegetables.Lee .' anything gets to the point where he" 1
(- : = Kl ,:; : ':L'i IlAND_ t' : f't'f.- '. E! li'Carney has;gone to Lake r.g % ,
county looking r ,8
vto1. lopkjafe{ .,hIs: orangetgrove, .
to 200,000-box orange crop this sea BANK. Come along with your small

: 'oPil T ((1Ii6PHI GOftS .' 'C. Ri Tydings will tkke'several son. accounts. With our help many of the '

I vacation' from leis business .Hay and potatoes are badly damagedat large businesses of today grew from -

.:' t '. Fredonia by the caterpillers. small ones. i
AT THE Some' grapefruit is being shipped

,*'Claud'e' E. Nix, of 'the lumber from Alva. The fruits only 'reasonably MUNROE & CHAMBLISS

POST of Ott'x &: Olin,' of Orafiainville, mature. -
in" town 'Monday.t4 ., l" > ;
: The shipments' of pines from the BANKERS.

i .' ,' 6 east coast this year has amounted to _' c -.. _' __ .
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:America < Pilians > an"' attrac about 50,000 crates.
.young ilady: ,of. Elect,-.was\shop. fospects. at Arcadia for an excellent on .

g in Ocala ;Tuesday ... crop of fine oranges are said to Dr. Spooner, wife 'and child of Stanton -
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; t be the best ever known.
<. ? .. .- ." ; were among the visitors to Ocala
4d ) .t' ;l .1t
'. Joseph Bell is spending Guavas are in abundance and are :Tuesday

: .r';- .. ".. ...'J" .. ,\ ,') ,'., ; vacation in the western part in great demand at Avon Park for $1 RLS-! !

he county with fri ndli.i'i. a bushel. At this price the crop is M'es Louis Nixon, of Gainesville,

fI ;- ', .... : I ei paying one. "- came down yesterday for a visit to

Prescriptions Carefully Filled ., i Ross Chambers of' Orange Large quantities of crate'material her aunts, Mrs George, L. Taylor. and .
: Is'in for a visit"io '
\e Ocala his
r V being rushed to the shipping Mrs. W.. C. Bull.
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'HAPPENINGS:t ABDUl TOWN. Mr. W. f.' Henderson f J *'i Mr{ ; ,Hainp; .Chambers- l .- -', r : section"'to take care of the coming We Have Now in Stock
The Ocala high school opens next ,
. was, among the visitors In. ,, Murden crop. '
.. S. A. a leading attor
Monday, October 1, and the tenroll- the Most Complete Line of -
.MISS. .,.SARA. 0 ELIZABETH. .HAI US. day. i'. of Lake county of 'Montclair, 'This! week's- shipments from the
l:1.nt'promlses be the largest in
to .
... Local- Editor. 1 in the city Tuesday on profes orange section are picking up ,rapidly RINGS that Can Be Found
i- Hon J. "M. Mathews ; the history the school. ,
business.. and the will Increase from ,
',1 spent Monday in the > ,
The a Banner's....shortcomingsIustUte :' ''' ; :: i J now on.Green.. Mrs. Harry. Cross,. o{ South Lake I! Anywhere.:: "j
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d bu bimnessF" r .. J. Carstens, who has been in Mathis, a 'cantaloupe and .
overlooked r ;rplldtr } Weir accompanied ( by her. little ,
for the next two weeks as both edi Miss Ellen Tbagard the guest of Mrs. M..JD. .Looney melon raiser 'i in Marion, has gone to daughter, are guests rpf her sister Call and See Them. ," =

hr-in-chlet: ,an.dT the ocat, fdjtpi are i visiting her friend :Miss a ,few days, has returned to her Terra Ceia Island to' embark' in the :Mrs. Taylor Stroman, at her home on .

takins their yacation. >,| I gins,,. at Reddjck has r at. Lake Weir.' I- celery and lettuce business. North Magnolia. street. _, '
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Two cars 'of grapefruit were shipped ,
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Wrs. Gibba .McRae and r141drepi J ,C. McLeod h $ Mr. B. T. Perdue connectedr with from Fort Myers ''lastt Srlday. This The 'many friends of Mr .W. II. +lEI11F

have retlpi t'"' liomlaL fro$1f! m t tt) tCTest/l: the'lingejiltp Hoopes Brothers Spoke and Rim .first car of oranges of the season was Ross will be pleased to learn tbP

relatives ,at Moultrie, Waycross and HalL The sale has no at Brooksville;; who has been shipped from: there: SatUrday., he has entirely regained his health

'. .other places in:; Georgia. : ...' <- 'ni cane, .. i" : the' city several days returned W. J.,. Lohman, of Amelia is preparing now, and is with his family ait Silver

', on the afternoon train Monday. to set out a pecan grove. AtErbr Sprigs. visiting, Mrs,. Ross. broth,
Mr, 'T.' E. 'Britlg es is.'havjngva' handtome.cement linss' Annie Mixon t : .
Mr. Wiir Tydings returned
Mr Henry Mason, who has been he will only have from 300. to They several ,
: : sidewalk made, : ; around yesterday from a, will days ago from Asheville, N. C.;
increase grove
350 trees, but the
tne treatment of Dr Walter :

1-J* .the Ws looks cottage' of; nis which',pretty, adds home., greatly to. Jacksonville.her cousin .,Miss Rachel, for blood poison caused from a each. year... I and after a :short visit will go to Sara Fred. G. B.. Weihe

*? "- T 1'f ,cut on his wrist was able to TS.: Baldwinaid R. B. Straughan, sola.

I Mr; John F. 1'owles, of Boston, a Miss- Foster who- has carried home today. His daugh- of Punta Gorda, have' ordered 10,000; Mr. T. E. Patterson,:of Jacksonville I. Jeweler,

f b r..91 1rl1. o 'Ing jc h oQLtW$. came up to.,accompany: him home. strawberry plants" of four varieties arrived in the city Monday and on L. J

.z_ {. gg 1\.?Intitter ...wue.cUon..loo1-1ng I tudaxta.. ... Mr. c.= L.. Moore has acquired the and will' experiment'" in their cultiva-' Tuesday had his men at work makingthe .

the Interests of this company I Miss Meta Jewett. and is erecting a substantial t'oa. grounds ready for the new brick .
L ta1ledfon'.ithe Line steamer, fence and sidewalk around his The Fruit Grower's Assoiatioh, of
; Clyde ,
building to be erected by Mr A. E. l1rDf.ton '
S. Mrs, L..k Knight and operty, on South Magnolia street. "e-i: met last week and ,
Comanche, Sunday.rforC hatlQs v* l ,.
.' ( F t "T f f Deiouest on the west side of the -- ""- - ... """" .. '
Brdlgytp@9p also teiv: spending 'fthe,. summer iis to be< hOped more of the city's discussed d various remedies for the
where he
1' tfie"mountains'lot''north white fly, but came"to no definite con. courthouse square. The building, ... D PULl. It I.. 1 I JJ / l 1pCUEA .
propertTesMrJ.ATE.'CampbelFana owners will get the "habit" :
have ,
;. : large which is to be one of the-finest In the ; ft BULOCX.DCBtittl. .
6 r" t returned. home. r- ", building sidewalks that are a dt slon. ..
... city is to be Completed by Decem-
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; 'childrenre to the town and can be safely The grapefruit crop .at Eau Gallie, is .
now;Sanford, ,. NVC. ,Mr, Camp11 Mr. J. W Fant, of. during wet weather. over for the season. It was' 'a good ber 25. Orer Mm is* a .Oumbtiw Ink Octla.P1a.
i 'will. in.=a: few days, go, to Citrus of the best citizens, ,in one. Sweet potatoes are just begin- Prof. ;J. H. Workman asks us to announce

\: county to superintend one of the was a visitor Saturday. Absolutely the Prettiest, Yet | ning to show there and promise an that there will be a meetingof T K.BIGGS.ATTORNBVfAT.LAW.. -u

f':. Camps Phosphate Campany's mines planting and buying After spending several months In excellent crop. the Ocala teachers'at the school .

r ; and thq family' wilt' make theirs! home: : )lrG,- A. Petteway, York, Baltimore arid Richmond Last"week's fire, damaged-the: pack building .on Saturday afternoon' to (Office ii Cal'J.4stwk.J' .

i.f; there upon their return ,19 Florida; d1rI Oeala :ont such a -sad over the vast ''displays 'mil. ing house and barn of A. C. Haynes make preparations for the opening cf OCALA. C1AatDA! ;

jug the? early pars'of- the winter turned Atlanta,. where Miss Ethel Harris has return & Co., at DeLand to the extent of the school on next Monday. He urges PDWIN PEN Elt. '

: >>: ,.. -- to Ocala to'resume her place with. $2,000. Seevral cars of crate' material all .to ,be present as: 'there is a ..considerable ,
I' -r.-To no arbor. 'o"M. were destroyed. N .
Mary Affleck in her millinery es- amount of preliminary work ATTORNEY-AT-tAW, -

-: was' an townnday. Dn business e .. Mrs\ F.: *E. Bckham at the Helvenston-Pas- The Madison ;Recorder says that to, be. discussed. The meeting, will \v/CALA :-a'LOm" ,.

Is Jpust Tecpvenng-fron: the effects _had: .. urn from r' company store. the south Florida papers are making be held at. three o'clock., .- I' '" .'... r.w.- ,,

: of an accident h' had ba u{ Bontlf a, where they have while in the i iarkets. Miss. Harris. such a great talk about the enormous J z. CHASE. '
s his horse ran with < orange crops couldn't paly into the Mr. R C. Middleton. turpentine
eo,: when away the summer with no opportunity to select, the DEN'MiT.-
'hcri find broke his collar bone and prettiest designs in "just out" hands of tbV buyers any better. operator of the Pomona district, 'was OCALA FtrURL08 .

:' dislocated his shoulder.. His left arm i Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. which may now be seen: Two more cars, of lemons were in Ocala yesterday, and In company 'i' ?

Is still useless to him,.butlhe is.rapidly spending some time at Miss Aftl is. snipped to New York from Green with Mr. C. V. Miller, went down to L. J.llSTa,,..

.. recovering. Lake-Weir and are There has never been anything in' Springs last Saturday, They are re- Lakeland on the afternon train They 'ATTORNEY'AT.UW.

ves Immensely. It has ported to be in'excellent condItion have on foot a good sized deal near .
.la in theline of millinery that Reom a. 3U -rid i BoilsJiei
News has reached the city of the everyone. Y'd it Is also stated that the crop that place. we understand. :Mr. Mid .
in the least compare. with the : ...
,tS! several days ago in Atlanta of beauty wll be large.At dleton formerly lived In this county t-
: and of this one, and
Mrs4 A. E.: Gartrell, for many years Miss Mattie Pyles is ladies are invited 'to call and in Gainesville guavas have been and was located on a splendid tractof FRECKLES AND PIMPLES

a resident of Ocalair, Gus Gartrell'and Miss Minnie A. Bpsticb selling] at $4.80'a bushel. At Fort timber between Lake Weir and
ect it. d-w REMOVED In Ten
a -Miss. Willie,, now Mrs. Babb, nery ,store,.'and cwill Myers according to the Press. they the Ocklawaha'river.. Days.

t "many5 y ears' ago were attach'ees 'of thfs ''wfnter, where she are rotting on the ,ground. This # Nadinola

this office. Mrs.. W., .E. Nix, of ,Ke* ed to see her'.friends. Garrett-Agnew. does .lot speak very well for the Fort Good. Health in Florida.
On-September the twelfth, In Eliz- There is probably nothing in life The Complexion
of the deceased.
prick Is also a daughter Myers people.J .
!. ,Kentucky. at the home of better.than good health. The cravingof beautifier it fadcnc -
The'Banner- '-the-' ":.Mrs. "J. "W-"Tncrer-
; joins many ,.G. Truitt sued the F. E. C, railway
bride, Mrs Hattie Agnew and.Mr.. by tKottMatS
the unwell is for health above all =
friends of the bereaved ones. in.. Ocala formerly. residences9r to sec ver damages for: a car of vege- a cf
'!:: } ;>.I." -- A .n'Dnnn Ci Garrett, of Christian county, other wants. It is Indeed gratifyingto fratefulladiaa4u
'" 'latheir. sympathyHone ;;>- "" t, -; -; -"- pJe i'I1illCcal d' l.l tables delayed in transit- Last weeka ""_ luaraa tees to rmuv
were quietly married. Only learn from the state health author.
f ,: 'n. i i 'j' :: town shopping Monday jury at Miami brought in verdict 1t r" all foul iiKolantwu -
> few friends
were presentMrs. ities that Florida Is the healthiest
,' _:Ai..; .,:Payne, ,; of ,Fairfield, was.. home en the afternoon lr allowing him, $500. The road will appeal. ti rotor* tW
lived in
I .; Agnew formerly Ocala, state today of the entire forty-six
< in town :-Monday,;and on\being Basked j; 4- .-Prodnce News. leautyofyoutLTluwont
'" 'what be:ihoughf' the: constitutional Mrs. ,S.- T?; Sistrunk. an Mr. Garrett at one time lived at states. There has not been a single ca cj ia twenty Jay*. SOc. u4 $1.00at

," : Weir, where, he had charge of case, of dangerous, epidemic disease all nuns or I/ IWLPrc.e4"
'voted'OD the renand slster ] isltA ni
Vnfendments at ,;
'to' be. .
.... ; .. '- Prof R. L. Northcutt, of Atlanta, '
famous Radford orange grove this year in the state. Last year was PtvicrnTAT! s., Put TatArmour's
r 'said : returned home Sat rday
coming-election; he was aginmali" who is so. well, known in Ocala is
I the property of the Carney In one of disease and gloom In many
% summer outing
that we were, already'burdendened spending a week in Jacksonville. He
< Company. states, but this year all is bright andcheerful.
i tQ,the limit with laws, and'w s Galbraith Springs. 1enn expects soon to leave for Los Angles, .-Jacksonville Metropolis.We .

to the increasing of salaries he be- -- Purloined Dinner. CaL, where he will spend the winter.
: a Sunday
1I liev).d there"would. be no scarcity of Mrs. Rossie' Yonge, .! Some time Saturday night thieves Mr Northcutt has become a benedict have reducedthe prices en all
1r Yonge 'Laurie \'cns and, '
goof candidates; the compensation
: though doTn the residence of Mr. W. D. since leaving Ocala. summer dry goods. Inspect our stock
remained ;as at present. ma age went ta! Ii
\ on Daugherty avenue and and gf t oar prices. We can save T.OU
:: yesterday where tov:
I d open the refrigerator and took Col. Miller Got the Prize. money. The Fair x i
p ten eral days Rath reatircs
1t. about daysrullyfBojige
it who .
..,... '. Rhoden.- : u-ierefrom all the fresh meat fruit The contest, started: last spring by y
r !-Jl1 _- : a former resi- Game Warden's Notice.
ern the 0. K. Grocery ended'last Saturday
., that had"been prepared for the
1I. 'delit'ot Ocala; .atbelray, was admitt Dr. Green .nd.famiI1.. Notice is hereby given that when
. .. ... ",.'" Sunday dinner. Dell"!ons arid the prize of $10 which was
.., j4tb bond by Judge MIasnl' moved. to" Ocala and.a warden
, :: offered for the largest pumpkin rais- persons want a deputy game
that also to be
; Jelly was a part
"Saturad'y .The Miami! Record. the house on South. the must* be
1 } : last ; : ," : the Sunday ,feast was not J er. ed in Marion, county this season was appointed request {accompanied
merly'used the
s f{Saturday says:; "While'such trage- as the thief. awarded to CoL L. P. Miller, of the with a properly signed petition -

I' :... : '7)"re,deplorable' ,.. .'uk. :the'..' ;extreme yet school.,'expect to Jeave' I The first by ward seems to be the fa Milford farm, 'several miles south of : of reputable persons.. Address, -
-" ''t;;<*' eoPle of, Debar seem to sympa- Florida, to ,reside. .. I a J. McCRANEY,
r4r part of the city for these Ocala.. The prize pumpkin weighed
-btb, ,':with, Mr-Rhoderii.:;. w.hpi; .duringsidence Mr..L.DStafford. -- left : {' as several cases have been 165 pounds There were quite a number Game Warden, Stanton,- Fla.
\" IIi; 'that: ..section has 8-3 6tV
: of contestants, and the biggest array
: I ted In that section within the
for .in Lee eo
ThVHodge .Pjneland. ;
emany, friends. boys
rD of p1IDpklns'.ever seen in the "Simon Pure"The
his three_ ....children who aF few days. We have reduced the prices on allsummer ,
: .
,:j -e "alwaysH.born\.aTgood.... ryputationfl4bpaL' 3c- -" -; 7*' &'.; town -ere at the 0. K. on exhibition.
-f Ritchie he would like to
/ :.<, .,. ;-c. .-.... :i'f__ their:home: with thelr. says I dry goods. Inspect ourstock. very cream of lard.
,.);f "- ,;{ _,::<,' thakplaceHe. ; Swhl: spend iasaest ot the other evening as and.get bur prices.; We can me yor

1'' .'.1.' ViRev..; ..J. ,P. Hilburn,.for'a number oil that._section.- .,... believes his, "Colts" needs eCash Bonds' ,Saed the Five. Dollars raideda money. The Fair. a. Costs a, little more
'night police
/: :: :7 jai's pastor of,tbe"3ietiiodls. th cliurehro up ,anyway. On Monday than .
.ordinary lard? :
negro house .and: captured five- colored We handle famous White House
Cthig'dty.: but at :present. presiding. Thiry and "Mrs. W.; D.. ;the.
1/; .err!: of theJacksonvIlC thctwa8jjihe'citj ed, through. the city The,famous White House shoes for "sports." Four jot them put up Shoes for ladies atd gentlemer, and Yes, butit i always gives '

R- y : Monday;enronteforthe, I to, Ocala from. Ashevilje. ; and gentlemen. and.the Buster, a five dollar: bond.but, the fifth wasn't the Buster Brown shoes for girls and satisfaction.In .
\ I- shoes .for girls :and boys can. so fortunate: to raise.the amount so roys.These lines cannot surpassed
Pftoland' college;:a here lie goes to i they have been, for : 5 ,and ip poundI
*cehis'solirtor: .: \tfie, comingfcT61"7 months'. Mr. 'Graham;:. be:surpassed for' style,, was put Jri jail to. await. ,trial before for: quality and price Come In, and buckets at '

: :. :llir{ :auburn popular- time;route;,agent-of 'the". and rice. 'The..Fair. :x the mayor. Whenthe case was call see them. The Fair:. x.

kse and.1$:well known:and h1s' any pas Company with h T : f'd the limboo.was,the' only,one J.. :X) K.

t .AWgJid; to .see 'himjfeainl: Ocala; but was Call' : on H. W Tucker.if you a rein to answer. He. ,,was fined;- ftp-' and WANTED -Two. good teamsters and ,. .Grocery,

1 y. ,'""tIi1i o >ti'n Cold'liehealth.. Ash@v+ : lI"' 4isfrtc '} \ ; of( having ,anything done, costs., The mayor '.took the;,officers ,two good work. hands .to' help Clark Brei*, Pre?.
.1- f.t for ,accepting $5 bonds when .around a mill Apply, to W. J.
", .J =- dJTrt ; bfsosttion 'towever?;' :-electrical.line._ He. guarantees s to task: leas 174.
: work and his prices are reason. the minimum fine for the,charge. upon hrig.U W.:Broadway, Ocala, , gOOd:new, Jl e' Ocala gage: to the abstract ( 8. r': _
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*h Special. correspondence r Ocala Banner. Special correspondence' Ocala Banner Harvard New-Department Formally' CetSCOTT'S YOU WILL GAIN

Acepted by the. College Authorities
The school is moving, along fine As people are lazy :
In this town of,DaisyI With Interesting Cere
and the patrons re'all pleased with

4 f the, teacher.. Prof. Dickerson. see not 'a: line, T ,- monies-Unique Construction

From, this town. of mine. ..?_ ... of Buildings.
Dr S.'H.BUtch-returned-home. Sat, so i; thinkA '' "'- ', ;' ,- EmulsionWhen -1 TIME FIND
N. Y. where he
.. urdajr from" Albany .
.' to the Ocala Banner:
,. rew lines I'll try ITo Special .
v hag: been In attenndance at the contentlon The
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Mass. Sept
scribble to the Banner Cambridge, ,
of the congress of prison phys In,some old manner. formal exercises connected, with the

icians. He' was kept busy all day Original. dedication of Harvard's new' medical you go to a drug store WI SAVE MONEY

the first day he came home filling held and several and Scott's Emulsionyou
.& J this Hodges and Hughes, managers of school are being today ask for
prescriptions for the sick for and
the Hodges and O'Hara turpentinestill thousand alumni former members know what you want; the .

v adjoining neighborhood. had a hog killing time Tuesday. of the faculty and distinguished man knows you ought to haveit. If send us $3.00 for ual!
you your to THE
Butch subscription
efficient assistant 09
R Mr. N., P. our Mrs. 0. E. Hill and sister, Miss members of the learned professions

postmaster, attended the meeting Mabel Marlow, have Just returned: are here to, take part In the eventsof Don't be surprised, though, SUN of)d one of these; splendid dm k..*,j .r5.

of the Masonic lodge at Moniston. from a visit to' fair fathe.r Miss Mar- the day. Yesterday the buildingsof if you are offered something

Friday night.' low will attend schoool here this win- the new school were thrown opento &ise. Wines, cordials, extracts, The Sun is published weekly and reache sits subscribers

Cotton picking is the order of the visitors for the first time. Thous- etc., of cod Ivor oil are plentiful Saturday: every

day and about half the crop Is harvested. ter.Mr.. W H. Cason returned 'last-Tues- ands Inspected the interesting structures but don't You need 'teh Sun If you are at all la terested In Florida events an
Imagine are
r .. day from accompanying his mother- which were formally turned you Florida progress. '

',' '"Mr.Ell GeIger was arrested the inlaw to South Carolina and reportsa over to and accepted by the college getting cod liver oil when you The Subscription rate is $2.00 per year.
Send in your subscriptions of $2.00, plus LOO. between aDd
other day on a warrant sworn out big storm In that section of the authorities. The forenoon the mem take them. Every year for thirty November ,1. 1906 and you will receive a watch like the now cut printed

". by Deputy Sheriff C. J. Weaver and country.Mr bers of the faculty, students, alumni years we've been Increasingthe in this advertisement, and 52 visits from the Sun

taken to,'the'Ocala,JalL ,He'was give Mumm left Friday for Newberry and many visitors assembled at old sales of Scott's Emulsion. The Watch is not the usual $1.00 class of watch that U o nthe
before hall and formed market. It is made by the Knickerbocker Watch Co.. Is highly
en a hearing Thursday Judge Massachusetts procession
after spending a week"at place. Why? Because It has always polished handsomely figured, and heavily nlckele plated.
Bell and it turned out that he was which solemnly marched to
Wo hope ha_ will return again soon. It Is stem wind and stem set and Is guaranteed for one year; It
been better than substitute
'S absolutely Innocent and there were Sanders' theatre. The at any
Mr. O'Hara and wife spent Monday: keeps perfect time and Is sold by dealers everywhere for $2.50.
no grounds, for the charge which had the theatre began at 11, o'clock withan for It. School girls, school boys and school manna and male pedagogues.,
In Ocaa.l Mr. O'Hara is avery
1 be;.' fully investigated by the justiceof K. opening address by President Eliot. ALL NEED THESE WATCHES. ,
member of the
: :th.e peace)ere. It Is ,to be hoped<1in >> prominent Other addresses, tfere delivered by Snd for free sample Business men, lawyers and doctors, sallormen and cooks all need
of P.'s.Mr these
watches.In .
the future 'that officers will look"well I Prof. Wm. P. Welch of.-John Hopkins I
: Henry' Peterson made a flying: short everybody wants this watch, just like everybody needs
Into matters, before they get a war. University and other distinguished dt the SUN.
his brother at Brooksville. SCOTT BOWNE. Chemists
,rant for I a man. trip to I visitors. The alumni chorus sang 109-413 Pearl Street New Yor* For the watch without the SUN ? ,.. I2.R

There ws a fine boy arrived at the Mr. Milli an and son are driving several numbers and then some moreaddresses 50o. and $1.00. All druggists For the SUN without the watch .. ., .. ... .. ? ? ? ? ? ? .

home of'Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Ferguson cattle at this place. They expect, a followed in the afternoon For BOTH ., ., .. .. .. .. .. . $100
_ a few', days ago: big sale. a number of honorary degrees will ------- -- Provided you order before November lit 1S06. Better do It today.All .

L There Is quite a lot of sickness 'in'tbis Mr. F. C. Hughes and wife, Mr. J. be conferred by the faculty. At two Coming citrus Crop. orders received before November 1, in addition, two .-rti,tlc

,neighborhood on account of the H. Hughes and D." W,Griffin had a o'clock an alumni dinner will be givenat. Having talked with the growers wood cuts suitable for framing.

_ pond and other places drying up,. but I fish-fry at Gore's landing Saturday Memorial hall from at least seven of the prominent

It Is to be, hoped that conditions will and report having, had a swell time. After the exercises In Sanders' the- growing districts, we feel competentto THE SUN Tallahassee F

\ Improve as soon as the weather gets Among the catch were .six large atre the President and Fellows will give accurate forecast of the la,

'a little cooer., trout, the smallest of which weighed receive the delegates of other institutions coming crop as anyone.

Mrs. J. W. Beard has been critically tve'ye j ounds dressedMr at Philips Brooks House and Some of these, men tell us their Figure it out: for YJu's tr. THE SUN ani th* '

_ III and .at this writing is not much W. S. Priest and ,son, of Marsh at half past one the procession will crops will be less than usual-leas HANDSOME WATCH

'* -better" ,It iso be hoped that a ville, were callers at Daisy this after. be formed j for the triennial dinnerof than 1905-06;' andother grower says .

change for the better will b? reached noon. the Harvard Medical Alumni As- his oranges are running heavier thai; f
? FOR LESS TrtflN' 6 CENTS A f
bird Mr. last while still another WEEK .
r : so n.' dog Harper purchasedfrom sociation. Dr H. L. Richardson will year says
_ School Mr Hillman Is a fine setter his fruit shows between the two.
The Sunday, Convention very up
preside at the dinner and there rom
meets heer next Saturday and. Sun and retrive .In one day. be speeches by many distinguished To strike an average would be the Every School Chili in the State can easily secure !three

day Mrs. John McQuaig visited her old guests. better way; and for that reason the subscribers to THE SUN. We will give one of these

_ } Blitchton :was represented' in Ocala home at Eureka today.Mr. An interesting feature carried out crop will be about equal to last year Watches to Every Child who seas Us three sub-

by Mr. W-;W lis J. A." Ffeyermoutb. Hill returned Saturday after- in the new building of the medical in carloads; perhaps more carloads new

;' J. k: Butch i _and'Roland'Blitch.Jessie noon from a fishing trip to Salt school without restriction, is the de than lass season. There seenm to bea subscribers, ac33iinii: by $ > or three renewals, ac.

Lanier and &". M., Richards. Springs.Mr. velopment of the 'unit" idea In th* general opinion hat oranges will companie by $) tie Wata willlbe sent by r turn;ma1t.

.. The writer bas been feasting on cat C., B. Albritton is getting in a design! of structure, conferring great 'go to boz sizes; fruit is showing up 9"-4t

..C';>squirrels. and If the' editor' will come' large stock of fall goods. He is also elasticity in providing for new needs :big-sized now,. in nearly all districts: --.--

out we ''will. sea- if we- can bring. a having a well bored between his of unlooked for problems. The "unit"is : In Colton and Riverside districts-

few down. house and the store. a floor space about 23 feet long :some groves look very short of fruit,

:. (Thanks;,the editor 'is eating table- Mr. Bird visited Martin yester by 10 feet wide; each "unit" having :while other groves show a biggrowth. K. t;. .Smith. C. v. Robert*

de-hote in New York at present.. dayMessrs. a window. Each floor has a central If the fruit Is confined to

_ Sweet potatoes and''squirrel' is a Rube Hogan anti Mike I corridor on each side of which is a medium sizes, the crop will probably SMITH & ROBERTS.Funeral .

fine dish 'this ,time of year: when alls Waldron purchased a large bunch of row of these "units," one to each go to about 2S.OOO cars, but big
., kinds of 'vegetables are scarce. cattle at Oxford last week. window.. By removing one partitiona sizes would make this estimate reach Directors BBIi Licensed l e

The new 'railroad'' is being rapidly Mr Will Teuton and family were room; 23 feet long and 20 feet wideIs 2,000 cars. (Cal.) Fruit Grower, Embalnjers) F

: graded and is now ready for ties to tunoiig Daisy's many visitors Sunday.U. made available; or any multiple We fail ,to see why the California LATEST, METHODS. BEST VHiDS. WORK GUARANTEED

,,, Mr. Badger's place.- S. A. of 10 feet lengthwise of the building Fruit Grower should seek 16 create 'r .,(nt."I. .).-,!
-.-.---- may be thrown Into this room, by removing false impression, as to the site! of t.hc h' n.'rf fl.tI"-e.

:; .N. : 'ANTHONY.I. SOUTH LAKE WEIR. partitions enough. The whole coming crop We can find nothing

- { ..: Ocala Banner of the 'building is based to lead us to. believe that. the coming
Special correspondence system on -
':. F : ',"Special' correspondence Ocala Banner.! Mr C. H. Voorhees, of Biird's Is- the! "unit" system and offers it Is b', crop ,will be larger than the present W'L\ \ FURN1TIIRE.\ y
,",-: ." Blue Bell has been back from the one-about 22,000 cars. We cannot !
land ,Farm, Is making extensive prep. lieved a mechanical felicity In method -
: "., south so long the news she would for
hope more. The really will
,' .arations for this winter's crop of altoghther unique. The Idea has ,
; ,; ; jive, the :world 'about' her trip would onions, cabbage etc. been worked out and testedjlargely by prove somewhat less from 18,000 to .__.._ ..

;.1 ;;;JbC Old.. Mr, Leonard Marsh who was recently Professors W. T Parker and C. S. 20000; cars. his.1s our yrseni -Wanted.
:f Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shrader, of :
.: : employed at, the South Lake MInot. guess.-Rl"dtands.; (Cal.) Cltrograph.
'., .Louisville. is the guest of Mr. and Weir Lumber company has entered .
"= ,Mrs. J, Q. Boyd here. They are on Wall' Street Not Devoid of Feeling. Everyone to know that The W. J,
Stetson University. PROPHET. PHRENOLOGY. Chambers Shoe Company
.. their bridal tour. They left Louis New York's Wall Street has _been to supply your wants In reads
Much credit is due the Messrs.: -
,Yllle for Montgomery, Ala,; then to written down for so long as utterly
Adams for the great improvements (Mr. Bryan has had the bumps on
Jacksonville; from there to St. Austlne wanting In feeling, and so.devoted to Fashionable FootwearIf
which they made on Massachuetts his cranium felt by a phrenologist.) I
and ,then to, Anthonywhere moneymaking, that it, hasn't'any
they will visit relatives; afterwards avenue, Ha! "Here's a bump called "Ninetysix. time, to devote to anything else, that it is Shoes you wantt wa have ,,-n '- -" .....*._ prices ranting '_
they will leave for Miami, Palm Mr.- and Mrs. Marsh have been ou an incident that- occurred the other from $1.50 to $6.00.: In Men's ladles and cfaUdre's we are well flied. nd
a sJ)ort trip. Still painful?--quite a thump!
can make
j lIt prices that will
Beach and other points of interest. day, awakened interest throughoutthe Interest you. We also bITe complete line of _
daughter was born recently to Here's 'Nineteen Hundred"very Gent's
They will also visit. the famous Sil country as Waif Street In some Furnishings. Dcn't fail ,to give us a call.
Mr. and Mrs. Russel. markedA -
ver Springs. After' a thorough tour way or another touches all arteries

-1 \ti. 'of, Florida they ,will leave for their:' the Mr.southern Mathews part has of been the,on state.a trip to most tremenduous, i bump. of trade or Intercourss over the: I' W. J.}[ Chambers Shoe Company. .

_ home. Kentucky.. whole country.. A whit b'vrjo :"t' .
E Miss Inez Gates leaves this week But here's the biggest bump of all; .
: Mrs Shrader is a charming lady and I l :" doo* of "} bj!: s:..ysc air, a lit.tie Leaders In High Grade Footwear and Gent's, Furnishings
for In size it has ,
Ocala, where she will enter the no mate. irhita
delighter with the land of flowers codin, carried solemnly
high school. Miss Gates wiUl be You cannot feel it?-patience Bill :
Mr. Earl Boyd! Is home with his down the stairs and through the corridors -
much missed in the Sunday school That bump is called "Nineteeneigbt." ,111
and out to the pavement caned -- '---
-4 \ parents for a short while. and Christian Endeavor, where she Thomas Ybarra In New York
every hat within range to be_ raised
r Mrs. Mathew Lee is now *itlf per
I>a3 been. our faithful. organist for. Time3.Thisoratory'.
and held aloft
until the
procession -
,mother. Mrs.' Swindle.' Mr Lee will several
,join her ,here .soon. years. all well meant, had passed. The street literally
E. B. W.
to honor the
Mr. E. P. Hutto Is home. now and F Ott leaves us In a plight.A stepped funeral of a
'' little girl, Elsie Taylor, daughter of
his wife sloe-ly.
reports recovering man Is just as eloquent
'. THE, NEW YORK WORLD. the superintendent of
Mr..Hutto, we understand Is'to leave When wrong as when he's right. No. 60 Wall

? for South Carolina where he Star. Street. A simple'service: wa held
soon Thrice-a-week Edition-Read Where. Washington ....
*' .
*"-* "w a the
,...r, will, make:. his home. for. some... titme.. ver the 'English Language .is pavement, and the Where find Shield Brand
The writer attended a meeting at Spoken., The administration is now Mring hurrying crowds., eleator boys, law you Shoes

.',' Sparr Sunday. It was''cOnductM by some bother over the old question of yers, brokers, clerks, hurrying !n, it is a safe place to trade, because

? The thrice-a-week World, now thata 16 to 1. now it is buying silver to waited with heads bared and. hats In they are sold by reliable merchants
of CItra
Rav. York; and Mrs..Canton, great presidential campaign is
their! hands until ;
the little
coin coffin had i
of Pine.. foreshadowedhopes to be a better everywhere. Be,sure to ask forKiser' ,
L been carried .
out of the corridor.
infant than it has -
been before
paper ever ,
The son of,Mr. and Mrs W. .
and has made its The Washington Post has discovered t I hearse was driven Wall Street
f arrangements accordingly up
TSmith passed away September 19. .- Its news service covers where part of the balance of the hurrying throngs Stopped and off King $3.50 Shoe :

\We extend' sympathy and condolence the entire globe and it reports everything trade goes to, for it declares .that went'.everY hat so longas the ,
'to the lereaved: parents. fully, promptly and accurately. a New York syndicate has gone to "'ru proces- for men, and you will get yourmoney's : :
was Then
near. Wall
r ?1r. It Is the only newspaper, not a re-
: :; and Mrs. Hillman expect) their < worth. Made in
to borrow back $20,090,0Onwhich 37
Europe ruined its work and
daily, which is as good as a daily worry and' hustl-
4 s son Allen home He has been
F ? and which keeps you as completely Americans lost at Monte Carlo ing, while the little girl has goneon styles and all the popular! -
spending the summer in Georgia.Mr. .
.< informed of what is happening Leathers
to her Patent
eternal home. Colt Vici
c Will McGeiee, of Citra, Is visit throughout the world. .The commandment at the Key West ,

Ing friends at Anthony this 'week. The thrice-a-week World is fair .naval statiton suggested the storing Paul 0 Stensland who some weeks Gun Metal, Box Calf, etc.
; in its political You ,
reports. can get
BLUE Bt TSL, of coal under water. H that
the truth from its columns, whether ago decamped from Chicago after H. C. Kiser
.'Anthony" you are republican or democrat and the watering of coal stock does not looting one of the biggest banks }r Company

Gentlemen-Baptist Church:-. that is what you want. minimize the danger of fire. the city, has been brought back from ManufacturersGEORGIA ; c: '
A special feature of thrice-a-
We take the liberty of telling you week 'World has always .the been Its ser Morocco where he :had hoped to .II'TLIINT.II,

that every church will be given a ial fiction. publishes novelsby Unveilim Johnston Monument. elude the law. He will plead guiltyto

\ .liberal whenever quantity"oof they paint. L, &' M. Paint the best authors In the world, hovels Special to the Ocala Banner; some of the charges made against

4' gallons L/& M. mixed with 3 which in book form sell for $1.50 Austin, Tex. Sept. 26.-The monument him in .connection with the wreckingof :
apiece, and its high standard Jn this
linseed oil will erected in the state cemetry at the bank
gallons paint, a moderate respect will be maintained in the future but says he only stole
-p : 1 .sized house. < as in the past. this city In memory of General Albert $400,000/ of its funds. It is a buru'ngshame '
:," Actual cost 'ofL.. &; M. about 't.20
: .
: thrice-a Sidney hn vrill be formally
The -week World's, subscription n. unveiled to make him shoulder the LANDS.
t ..4. : per gallon. price Is only $1.00 per year, and i and dedicated tinder the .
Zinc hardens : auspices whole blame when he
". y: L.: & M L. & M. for only made away ,
'White Lead and makes the this 'pays 156 papers.We offer ;I of the Albert Sidney Jchnsor with U have lands
c? this unequalled newspaper and the; a measly 400000. Stensiandgives you with to flail, lease or teat
spear like 1ron \ "Ocala Weekly Banner Chapter United Daughters of the Con out in or if want
world together for .an interview' that hU you to buy lands for fermfe
In the 'L.
Largest mills use grazing
x one year for $1.63- federacy this afternoon Several hundred "heart first ,
&: M.. goes out of all to the: de turpentining or lumber
.,. "'.\ Arnold.Priiit; Works North- Adams, the,The two regular papers.subscription is $2.00. price' of members, of tile Texas divisionU. positors.".He.must.have acquired- this purposes,

&:"" : Massuse\nearly 11,000'gallons', L. ; D 'c., and Conferedate veteransare part "of his anatomy since ,leaving WriteBLOUNT te:
<; tk MvPaiat' made:withjlO.OOO"' ( gallons here to take part in the exercisesfor '
;' ;.x.: &''M. 7.000 pure linseed oil. *: : 1 Now;is the time"togeta-two pas; which America; for Us ,little Jaunt, as he '
Sold by Mclver &J, MacKay. Ocala. senger. lawn swing 13.99' Is' the an interesting program has was reported as "heartless": at the ; REAL ESTAT1 CO

t "'F1L- _', J. .) the price. Ocala Furniture ,Co, x beenarranged.: time he left ,-
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.1 HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Will .Not Be, a Candidate .for' Mayor. BAGLEY- DEATH-A LOSS. ,rr -
I ? writes Mrs-
This paper is authorized' to say I
MISS SARA ELIZABETH: "HARRIS. that Mr, W W!' Strin'fr mil ?"*+ v The marriage ,of Dr, Vincent F. Moo of Odessa VV.

,Local Editor. a candidate for mayor at, the approaching September 20th of; ,of the Abernethy Drug ,

election. His, business' is 'dagley and Dr, : Orlando has sustained a after suffering

now in its incipiency and requires his an event of : which will be keenly felt -
Mrs. :
H.C.. Northey and her..JittegrandsoIl
constant attention. If elected he taking place at 7:30 edg. with female
,.who have ,been spendingthe years
would want to make ,an ideal mayor home of the bride's ,afternoon Dr. ..Mody was
summer with relatives in Massachusetts
and could not do EO except, at the Bagley, on Piedmont Church Home and Hospi trying different doc
t have, returned .home.
sacrifice of attention to his business Owing to the recent Drs. Christ, Pearson and

Mrs., :E. Chace'and little1 son arrived ;and this he is not able at present to bride's mother the on him for peretonitis, relief, I at last

borne Friday afternoon from do. He feels profoundly-thankful for ding, while artistic! and and a complication of liver '
medicine for all
Sea breeze, where they have been the very flattering manner in which the* unostentatious, and The operation consumed : my

spending the past two ,months. suggestion of his name has been received guests' was limited and a half and within ten all others for female -_

and the voluntary: assurances ftienis., its completion conscious-

'Mrs. Lovick, P. Miller, who "has' of ,support that have been so generally The only att regained. The operation In

.spent the past jour months, with relatives and generously'given him, <,and bride's sister, Miss : a. complete success and

at her old home in South faro;' says that he will always hold the and the bridegroom's probably two days and a backache, headache, .

Tina, reached home friday'atieiiioon.. same in ,gratefnl Te'mfrabraacei' :: 'Des: Chain-s Benson/: : much cannot be said of

Stripling is one ,t>f "Ocala's. best ,busIness Four pretty ; patience and skill of' Dr. or unhealthy cat -

Mrs., Edward'T.. Helvenston, who men and has made a host of ker J&g1ey. Marjorie was in constant and care
F which sick
has been spending ,the summer tIbun women -.
friends during his residence In this annals Lor.nie Benson at the beaside to the

Gap, Clayton and Tarner&vilJe.Ga cit who, would be d lfghted to do the stairs first i women. A :
returned home Friday afternoon. him honor and 'regret that he feels aisle of ribbons afternoon high hopes pure

Mr and Mrs Ben Borden and baby, compelled to decline entering the tion hall to the for' recovery, as a whd. are subject

who have" been', r ce. the bridegroom and ent was noticeable,
r spending severalweeks
Has benefited
waited. Miss Helen the night condition sex.
' ?
! with relatives at Oxford and
The Winter Social Season in Ocala. the bride, who was the worse and from then
at, St. Petersburg, have returned you do.
home. The summer wanderers are now father, and the end it was a gradual de II

flocking homeward, the weather ..wIllsoon' formed by Dr: W. W: .

The erection of the new court be getting cooler and within the sisted by Dr. John E. F. Moody was born

house Is moving along nicel .. Wet next few weeks almost everyone will The bride who is a 1879 at Orange Strings, 111 .y

believe it is going to be ''one' of' the be at home again .and settled. for the of winning Fla. and his boyhood -

prettiest 'public buildings in the winter. ly in her wedding I in Ocala, his father being

state. 'It growing more., stately, and The winter months in .Ocala are always white radium satin ; I physician of that 'sec.II -
shapely every day. filled with delightful social affairs Her veil was adjusted : -.* .F

and the coming winter we presume lillies and the same ,his short stay in this city

Mr. A. E. Campbell, who .has been will J exception' to' the, rule. bride roses formed II privilege to know him well -

working in this: city for some time There, will in all probability be the The maid of honor I, him as we know few men.

,expects to. soon 'go to Dunnellon to usual card ,clubs, whose: weekly meetings gown of white .crepe life he was careful W. L. E. LANG. fr

accept a position'with tne Camp much to the social life .
mean ?o carried white roses. as an employer an ex
Phosphate Company. .Mr. Campbell of Ocala ,and which are always so I The large drawing all, In social life few men

has ,made many friends in,Ocala who enjoyable., There will also be a.nunv a rich garden-like to be his peer. Young sue-

will regret his departure. ber large card parties, receptions, .
of and white, a tall popular he leaves a world

dances, etc. ferns at the 'far has always smiled .
Mr; and Mrs Nathan Mayo\. andtheir attractive busiawi of MHSrI.
We will'have some very throwing the bridal were as the :sands
in Ocala Friday S. the stock of goods every -
young son. were
debutantes, who will entertain their while graceful vases and today,
afternoon upon ou LINE in every Maw of
returning from Sea-
h friends in a very charming manner refleeted in the arc to give testi- the _
were many Farm Wagons on the mar*
breeze.., 'and
Mrs. Mayo baby have
I this winter'and there will probably be which was framed in his good deeds. ket we handle a treat va :
'been there for weeks .
some a1l1Mr. {
everal; other young girls, who will A scheen of palms neon ae passel from the to fully guarantee. -
, Mayo went over for a''short visit and
make their debut this winter; hall concealed the so >.-..., from the midst

accompanied\ them home. Miss Sue Anderson will again have dining room and Ubr who loved aim he has gon Carriages, .

: Mr. Glover the chief clerk at the. her dancing class and there is talk fuI' arrangement of mother, his mother-in-law,, Harness.. :

r. Atlantic 'Coast_ Line freight depot happened of weekly Friday dances at. which pink roses. Punch pathl of all -

to an. unfortunate accident time we understand there. will be a library and buffet was held yesterday

Friday. 'In some way he broke.his regular threepiece'orchestra to, sup ed in the dining family resf er.ce on Main Jth2'r Specialty.We .

I.1 arm very severely and ,is.sufferingvery i : ply the .dance mask center table was Rev C. 0. Groves conduct- of Legitimate. Competition.

_much pain\ We hope? that he ,It is rumored that :we :will also roses and services while Mr. ,Arm-

; :will soon be allright ,again. have our share of weddings this sea' shaded candelabra. charge of the burial ir. White Hsckory Tur

1; '- son. So far none have been announced Receiveing the let at the city cemetery. !

Mrs; G.,. C. Croft, and ,children, who except that of Miss ,Mary Andersor informal reception of Pythias attended

bave: been spending some time a'Salada t and Mr Martin J. Roess, which ceremony were Mrs. in a body and escorted

,; N.:Gn returned home Friday takes place the latter part of No- Columbus, who was to ,the cemetery where Lang

= The tw ))!lest bojB.:"Cartte and Bid/,. vember. crepe de chine; Mrs. service was real by i ,

have teen. away, :'all summer\ having However, Cupid, that little tireless Savannah, who A. Spencer. '

-- spout: rome time.earl,.-fi:1\t: ie.Reasonwith god of love, has not been idle during black silk; Mrs.,( E. his memory: remain, the Co.) ;' :

relatives, in, South''. Car,lina. he dull season, summer months and wore a white lace of a good life ,taken in its ;ry

-- / we have it from excellent authoritythat Whitham who was j'A a young man called to the.

Mr.; DL M;;..Barco' ,-. who. .b has for;'so, there will, be several otaer! weddings chiffon,. and Mrs. .-Orion-Jo Democrat : j-

I many-years; been a resident- of-'Cotton : during;the:winter.. But we arn'tgoing wore black crepe de
Plant passed through Deals Frt Dr. Andrade Dead.
: : to tell about them just yetfThere At 9:30 o'clock Dr. ;

clay',qnhis.: .:way TO AVekjwa.;.'Sprrosj. will be quite a number of son left for the east Saturday's ,Daily, .

He has accepted' the .:jjcianagemenV'cthe. visiting girls in OcaJa this winter turn they will-be at Andrade: of Jackson- is
ry the popular- Wekiwa Springs> hotel';"at and' ,'indications are that the coming Baicy until the d at. 6:20 o'clock Thursday; arriving dail y an

that resort.. He was accompanied.. .bj. season will be a very 'gay one own home in in New York city, all All we as k is m

liis family.Mrs .. ,{-:lC".: Dr.. Benson, who, is- ( was state bacteriolog to show you thro M\\
Baby Dies In Ward Adjoining the'ne eye, ear and. throat spec
.+ H,. C. Northey who, has been Where Mother is III. prominent and was only 33 years of age
months cians in the city, \ '
spending, 'several Y, in Massachusetts While his ;mother, lay in .a, room at one of Jacksonville's mos.
her old home, has returnedto the:Elkin-Goldsmith, sanltari tm, slowly favorite in her large popular citizens. He was. rev

Ocala much tortfie, pleasure other regaining her hold upon life aftera that 'their marriage: land by birth and, was edu-

friends. She will occupy new quarters sereis of five critical operations,her one. was attended by Italy and France His uncle SIKeOiRGS SI t.5D UP -
her cial interest and ,
and when she does: so pat little three-year baby boy, Gusta- of the Venezueland re- '
will be notified through the tions.-Atlanta All If
rons duly
vas Adolphus Pettaway,' jr., died of one time and his father rep-

columns of this paper. meninitis in a neighboring ward at his country both a. the,
Answer to
Anderson-and the same institution. yesterday after- St. James and also in the i mm.E. &
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. No. We.are not =

family axe at home from :.Montreal, noon.When fore cannot explain C. V. ROOERTS M1 r
bade farewell to :
: survived
Is: by a wife,
,N C. Mrs. Anderson and Miss Anderson flavor" of the Ocala 'i
her flaxen-haired darling a short time Miss Mary Mclaughlin, of. 1 -.; :
.n,, : ,to reiura; home with Mr.,,Aa' ago, before entering the sanitarium, ,to whom he was mar]
she lingered, fearing that she might a
derson onroint of the fact thane i1en-Yes. eighteen months ago,_ and r
never see him again, as she herself old son. "=
Is eufferfng' .with rheumatUm.Ther i. nance to that effect < .. : 4
JY laater. was about to undergo the surgeon'sknife. C. BOOZER, A"t. Mgr, 4>
will Louisville *
: co"to hogs seem to know .
'"' But she little thought that the Funeral'of Mr. Keen. .,. .

child, the un. Friday's ,Daily. _
'Mr. and Mrs. W. 1>. Graham. who life of the bright happy
of health would be ) of Mr. Horace Keen' was
have been making their home in very pictture' Ocalain-No. We
few hours. Yomens yesterday afternoon: the
'' snuffed out in a
Asheville, 'N. C. for the'past' year. he takes this inthe
the child family burying
haTe returned to Ocala and will On Sunday evening appeared appearance is against

'again, 'make...this city their home. ill and developed a high fever. ests of his home Sheriff Jlenry Gordon of
and suffered accompanied the body as
to their Later he became worse
j-orre news, '
Wends 'here.. Mr. Graham! will engage spasms. It was deemed<< necessary f TIRED- of the Ocala lodge BANK 1

In the Abstract business! with yesterday to move him to a hospital, of which the deceased was' a ; :
He was also a member of
fortune would have it,- the same
his_ brother, Mr, ,John M. Grahanv as I want to let it go-
: r F
( lodge of Masons and
one where his mother lay so ilL Atone To drop the whole )
hours after he of Pythias and about twen
i Dr. S. H. Butch manager of the o'clock, ,only ,21 The worries; the ,
while of the last two or
taken sick, the end came
r Commercial Bank, Ocala branch, has was The sorrows the is Evi- -
of and personal friends of
the mother lay all unconscious
returned, from New York where he Just to let myseU,
at hand. : came upon the train yester
what was going on so near
On bed the
has been attending the national prison a or Increasing
: : delegate:from FlorIda In the.afternoon the news was .broken Anywhere, so U's' accompanied the body as'far .
and although it llon, some going on to Yo:
to Mrs. Petteway
,. He ,is ,a1 great' advocate of outdoor And let ,myself go. -
this was, feared ,that the shock might Dunnellon the i_..-_! rr- _
'work for, convicts and says z 2
joined by Mrs. Keen, 'who
: mode'orlabor' Is' rapidly gaining prove disastrous she bore it'with The folks I don't .,,
well. the funeral. =.
wondefulcalmness, and is doing
business? The
My '
ground on the part ,of physicians, pht- -
i ..lanthropists 'and others who have Mr. and Mrs G. A. Petteway recently Hell and Heaven! y v-is escorted to the train 1 ,
Ocala Mcl''or & MacKay's
from :
came to Atlanta II
given the/matter: ,investigation. ., I want to forgetAnd .
of, by a large,delegation of
F a. They have the sympathy a don't, want to :
number.of friends at.the time of their other friends of Mr., Keen. r
What I want to :
Mrs. ,C.. L.;..Gamsby, and ions Cam 1 .
F, peculiarly pathetic bereavement.Att '
i'. eron, and Miss Kate Gamsby :who > Cough Remedy
Yr: WrlghtsvjlleBeacn" I News, ,September 18.. And I don't want : Best on the Market., _
were forced to leave many'Ye&rS: Chamberlain's
; II 'c:, 'on account. of the recent Lame Back. Just to let,down "has constantly'gained sell, lease or rent;'. 2 .

terrible;storm: are now' In Atlanta This is an ailment with, which Just to smooth out, and popularity'until it is now : farming, grazing :' _

,, 'wheie'.tiie1' will, stay;.ratil the Chamberlain's PaIn Balm has,:proven ,Just to 'sleep. And most staple medicines, c in /
: has sale. It, is in
especially valuable .In 'almost every -enormous
Gamsby, expect
first of; October.', .}Irs. : for.acute throat and
Distance-it affords and
prompt perma- ,
PleaSe : .
leave :
soon; to 'go' to ,Talledefa'Ala, nent.relief. Mr. Luke LaGrange ,of ; me such as coughs' colds ; .-/ -

to"make', \that' city her'.home,; .Mr.,, Orange.,Midw says of it: "After usIng ;With yonr.pulows; and can alwaysbe,depend : : ; -
5 .;Geaasb \.now('.havjng there?;' She"and 1 r'sO 'in(11sie weeks for a lame bade purchased a *Nora: 'doctor=-nor IB'undoubtedly the best in : A E 00-
\ for-the purposes for which ,
Balm .
bottle;:of;, CbamberlaIn'siPatn'f ;
t want
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,A VISIT TO THE EVERGLADES.. air: ;: W. E.- 'Griffs, of .the Fort Myers I lands and will make that section the '
-." .' ; Breeze; Robt. McNamee, ,of Tampa; 4arden .spot."of an the ,earth.F.. The tobacco That MadeChewing t

la response to I an invitation by the George M. Gooisby, of the Wa hula Those who have studied the question ....
Fort Myers board "trade the gofer Advocate; J, C. Burwell, of theBrooksfllie I saythat in Louisiana; and*Holland r -- '

: ;3 ucr and his cabinet. the legislatorsand : Star; W.. Ross 'Wallace,, where the soil is identically the Popular f>*
editors of the state recently visited of .the, American Eagle, Estero; C, C. same that great dykes had to be ,,,t'. ...
the Everglades.At Codrington, of the DeLand News,and[ erected to keep out the waters of the .- s.," "." ,!.,' ..,
Fort 'livers the visiting delega the following members of the entertainment yea and after having dyked the land .,. .. '.i
tion were showered with all manner r committee; Mayor H, A. it had to be drained with 'immense L'.N na. '' .t t
of courtesies.. After a dinner at the Hendrayof Fort Myers Jas. ,E. Hen pumps and the water not only had to .: Man's fondness for chewing tobacco Is created and 'If'! '

;- Hotel D"8.dtord. they were driven in dry E. L. Evans, Representative F, be>pumped out but had to, be pumped popularized 1 by; the tobacco produced in the famous Piedmont '

carriages about the city and shown J. Wilson, of Lee; Rev H. C. Peel- !in for the purposes of irrigation. Here T : tobacco belt. Only choice selections of this well E m>V < 3g>*S,
I r the principal attractions of the man, W. H. Hendry, C., F. Roberts,, nature has erected dykes in the shape '
charming and icturesque little city.A all ,of Fort Myers; C., B. Foster, of: of coral reefs; that Lake Okeechobeelies : '4. matured, thoroughly cured leaf are used in making

large number wealthy capitalists Caloosa; W. E. Barney, of Alva; E. twenty-one feet above the level SCHNAPPS. That's why SCHNAPPS requires and L

have built homes at Fort Myers W. Coxe, of Upcohall;' S. P. Bruton,, of the sea and all that has to be done \ "' takes a smaller amount of sweetening than any other kind { .
_ -- and spend the winters there and passtheir of Alva; Captain ,F. A.. Hendry andS is to cut a canal or a number of Canals
y and that's SCHNAPPS has a wholesome stimulating .
time hunting 'and fishing. Gamr A. Lucky jr., of LaBelle. and release its waters; that the why: ,
is abundant and'the Cal os .hatchee The Caloosatchee is one of the pret lake Is a natural resorvior and :'N E and satisfying effect on chewers. ''"

river in the vicinity of Fort Myershas tiest streams in Florida. It. is now will hold! enough water to irrigate the There imitations of SCHNAPPS
are many claiming to
acquired the reputation of being dotted here and there from Fort My entire Everglades and after they are .
r the finest tarpon fishing grounds. ers to Fort Thompson with, grapefruitand drained that the water alone that will be "just as good," but without the flavor or quality that '

the, world. orange groves, numbering in be sold for: this purpose will _more; has made SCHNAPPS sales more than all similar tobaccos
-t Mr. Thomas, A. Edison, the great size from five acres to five hundred than repay the entire cost of the proposition m*

inventor has a' home. there., By theVay acres and in a little while the groves .'
it was there that he completedhis along this river will be continuous. ';-be people down there believe that
first phonograph and .it still occupies When we reached Alvanearly midway Florida will have bigger cities than w mIt

a niche in his laboratory between Fort Myers and Lake Okee Cchcago, Milwaukee of Minneapolis = '

and the attention_ of the visitors are' chobee, we were met by ,a large num and in growing staple products that
called to It. His home Is a modest 1 ber of people, who had spread in the prairies of the west will not be. In

-; one but the grounds .contain nearly i our honor a big barbecue and, all the it a little bit. .. ..
_ every variety of tropical shrub, fruit,I Ir'.aut inhabitant, swere out to'give us kindly The way these' people talk' of thepossibilities
is made in the Reynolds factories famous for the beat
and flower.Dir. greetings. Governor Broward and of this section! makeit producing J
D. A.-0. Floweree, a rich Montana Hon. Syd. L. Carter, of Gainesville, as fascinating as a fairy story and ,'ii chewing tobaccos, by; clean"sanitary processes, under the same
cattle owner, has recently erected made brief addresses and then dinner it is in every way more remarkablethan direction, since 1875, of men: who have made the business a1ie study. r""
a fine residence and has a 500 acre God-send Island if the They are the largest and best equipped flat plug factories in the \
was announced. The table, was and half '
grapefruit and orange grove some distance : ; world and, ace situated in the, very center of the world's greatest
more than a hundred feet long, and that is predicted for it should come *> .
.. up the C&loosahatchee river., was loaded with everything calculated .. true the, wealth it will coin will be ? chewing tobacco district:

Mr. John T. Murphy, also a rich .to tempt the appetite more fabulous than Solomon ever i /' If you've never chewed :SCHNAPPS, now Is the time to get
cattle man; Miss 'Rose Elizabeth dreamed 'acquainted with the cleanest, most healthful .stimulating, satisfying r
Mr. H. A. Lee, Mr. B. S. Clay and of when he 'drained the 4
Cleveland, a sister of president Mr. B. O. Cam, former citizens of earth for the magnificance of his :...:. .and wholesome form in which tobacco can be used. Do not accept fcfc
= Grover Cleveland; Dr; Miles, of the imitations.
this ,
county reside at Alva and have temple. -
great Miles Medical company, ,of .
Dea.MoInes.Iowa: ;' Dr.'Terry,;:an eminent ,fine making groves little and fortunes./; ,have succeeded 'in' Does a Baby Pay? :: 'f r..t: R. J. REYNOLDS :TOBACCO CO., WtostM-Safeffi K. C. i.

:New York physician; who married Does old
There were about two hundred and a three-year baby pay for
the widow' of A. N. ,;.McGregor. tself up to the time reaches that f t
fifty people at this, banquet and we .St t," '
one of the Standard:'Oil:millionaires; interesting age?" asked an author '
were told
represented nearly every '
Mr, C. H. Perkins of Providence, R. sel- Has Less than
state in the Union .as well as several whose works are among the best ; '. Sweetening
? who is well known in Ocala -and Jers. '
? foreign countries. I times I think not. I '
cumber of others own homes at Fort After the conclusion of this feast 1 Qio' rht not yesterday when my ,own Imitations

Myers and the city shows every indication the visitors boarded_ their steamers, toby slipped into my study and scrubbed

-of rapid,.,. .. .uJnt'L growth and develop- gave three cheers for Alva and its the carpet with his best white ..
t."fhe' DWl<11ngs'-are" construct' hearted dress with my bottle of ink; and -- .
citizens and
generous? proceeded
ed with strict conformity. :Jo: %the. lines ::: .on 'their,'way ,up the river and again later in the day when he pasted BIG MUSIC SHOW OPENS.
of architectual beauty,; the groundsand reached Lake Okeechobee about ten fifty cents worth of postage stampson .

gardens are extremely .attractive o'clock in the evening and anchoredon the parlor' wall and poured a dol- Madison Square Garden, Will be Seen
_ the streets are nicely paved and"verythlrig' its broad bosom for the night. 'ar's worth of the choicest'white rose Festival Until Next Thursday-

_ :looks as neat''a pin. The atmosphere was exceedinglysoft perfumery out of the window to "seeit Lectures in the Morning and
InCced. the city is a 'little gem and and salubrious and not a single: wain" .Music in Afternoon.

,.. none can.. 'see it without" being capti mosquito was seen from the time of "He has already cost me more ,-, .
vated with .11. caving Fort.: Myers until returning than $200 In doctor's bills, and I feelI Special to the Ocala Banner: Bilious ?

.. TLe cocoanut trees, the'royal, palm and ,many of those,who'were compelled am right In attributing my few New York, Sept.,21.-The national
the royal'poinciana'the bamboo; the to sleep .on cots felt comfortable gray hairs to the misery I endured music show at Madison Square Gar.
rubber: tree, the avocato pear, the undtT blankets. walking the floor with him at night c opened at noon .,yesterday. and j t' .The, only sure cure fen

mango, 'grapefruit,. oranges ,and all Atter.traversing. several miles
fciads.: of tropical and semi-tropical Okeechobee and seeing the Ws, life. I week. It Is ,by far the most Complete 25 that is pleasant, natural
plaits grow, to, 'perfection I and theE ( great saw grass flats that tsurroundit V hi t has he ever done to pay me' and Interesting exhibition ever DOSES and safe is
guava grows wild in the as eye can reach even 25
In the''evening 'a public meeting Ah! I hear his little feet attract interest
_ with the a.ld'of a field glass the boatt pattering great in ,musical cir ,
was held .at .the court'' house, which !reversed engines and started on the along out in the hall.. I hear his little cles. The arrangements are unusual- nIMON'SI1'14 \1LLsAND
_ was largely attended by both ladies rctmi trip. When reaching Alva ripple of laughter because he has es- 1" good and the, exhibits include a lIVER."

'." and gentlemen and Governor Brow- we* went ashore and read and adopted caped from his mother and found his large number of Interesting features TONIC PELLETS '
ard spoke for several hours on his forbidden Tht hall is
.series, of resolutions, which will way up my study at a handsomely decorated
great" drainage- scheme, which is ,par. be found ,printed elsewhere. Fort hour. But the door is closed. The acd for the convenience 'of exhibitors : The Pills stir the lazy livei to 3

titular popular 'in that ser Myers was reached at six o'clock In worthless little vagabond can't get in who. wish to display the .tonal action=the Tonic Pellets clean _
L A" lion of the state. He was introduced the afternoon and at eight o'clock an and .won't open the door for him. Qualities of their organs and pianos all impurities out of the
by Mayor Hendry son of; Mr. Milton informal meeting of the board of No -won't.. I can't be disturbed when aId other Instruments. a number of body, ,
'"Headryone of the coming men, of trade, the citizens of Fort Myers and I am writing. He can just cry if sound-proof glass houses haye been co that the liver and all the

Florida.! The governor was listenedto the visitors was held In the auditorium he wants to. I won't be bothered for constructed in the enormous, halL other organs act properly. I
with the closest attention and, his of the Bradford hotel at which -rat, tat, rat, go his dimpled knuckles Among the interesting exhibits is .

speech, was frequently applauded. President Isaacs, of the board of on the door, and I am perfectly a J10.000 Stradivarius violin from thee

At' six o'clock Tuesday ,morningthe trade, Governor, Broward Col. Mc stillL ;> lection of Prof. E. H. Shulder, of No
Griping'No &8
visitors tad a number of the cit Namee, Senator: Henderson, Editors "Papa!" St. Louis.
Lions of Fort Myers started up the Humphreys, Bittiner, Russell Powell No reply; In the Morris-Steinhart collection, .. Purging
Caloosathachee river on board the Harris and others made brief and ""Peeze papa'" whirl-- was'exhibited in Vienna two

steamers,. inomas A.Edison and Su- complimentary speeches. Grim silence. years ao, Is the oldest,and most cost- natural and .
wannee, for Lake Okeechobee.The Lake Okeechobee,. with the possible "Baby turn in, peeze papa!" ly haripschord In the world. It is fasti common-sense Treat easy J .,

following is a list of those who exception of Salt Lake1' In Utah He shall not come in. probably 500 years old and was foundIn ment which never fails
made the excursion; is the largest lake In any one stateIn "My papa!" a garret In Venice. The case Is.a to cure
On the Suwannee:; Senator I, N. the Unietd States and it covers an I write on. wing shaped box, the case is exquisitely
Withers of Lake; Representative W arc r of a million. acres. "Papa," says the little voice. "I lub carved and painted. The Aus- I Special Offer. .
H. ,Hooker, of DeSoto; Senator J. The Disston canals connect, Tohope- my 'papa; Peeze let baby in." trian government paid $50,000 for the i + -
Cat the"Little Doctor" out
_ i W. Henderson of Leon R. E. Rose, laligo and continuous laVes on Osceola ;- I am not a brute, and I throw open loan of this exhibit and mail to us, with the
j state chemist; Frank E. Harris, Polk and eSoto counties with the door. In he comes with outstretched Among the. modern pianos eyhtbit- aame of your druggist and t
editor of the Banner, Ocala; A. P. Lake Okeechobee and Lake Okeecho- arms, with shining. eyes ed is the Erard, upon which President tnm may have a Week's Treatment '
Jordan, of ,the Punta Gorda 'Herald; bee IS i connected by canals with the with laughing face. I catch him up Rosevelt learned his scales whena with of the Pills and Pellets
Senator J. 'H.: Humphries, of the ,sec Caloosahatchee! river and in the rainy and his warm, soft little arms go boy One,publisher has exhibitedtwo
'ond district and editor of the Bra-!- season it is! impossible for it to hold around: my neck, but not very clean music printing presses, one dup Ramon's ''Brownie Calendar-Free

dentown Journal;' C, L. Bittinger, of this great mass of water and hence litttle cheeksare: laid close to mine, licating the old-time music engrossedby with Weather Forecasts and Almanac information. ,Given with your first
the Ocala Star; F.; E. 'Child, of the overflows Its banks, 'which threaten tne baby voice says sweetly: hand in .masterpieces, the other purchase of Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets. .
Arcadia. Champion; Representative destruction to the groves along the "I lub my papa!" setting and printing ,music type in Drown Manufacturing Company
Steve Melton of Jacksonville;; Harry" river. The past season they'were under Does he pay? Well, I 'guess he the newest method. St. Louis.Mo. Gr..n.vI11.T.nn.

L. Brown, of ,the St. Augustine Record water for a period of ten days. does! He has cost me ,many anxious There, will be lectures on music ev- 1
: ; Senator W, K. Jackson, of Citrus The settlers say as 'a rule they days and nights. He has cost me ery forenoon and recitals every afternoon .
; J. B, Lanler, of the Leesburg went there almost penniless and have time and money and heif-sacrifice. He during the week,'of the ,exhibi
Commercial; Phillip Isaacs, of the managed by hard labor to bring their may cost me pain and sorrow. He tion. On two evenings German sing Ocala House Wine Roonjs.

Fort Myers press and president .of groves _into ,bearing which now promise has post much. But he has paid for ing societies will give concerts.
the Fort Myers board:of trader, "Ed ,them handsome incomes but are it all main and again in whispering Among the lecturers on musical sub-

ward Parkinson,county commissioner r liable to be destroyed at any time by those four little words into my ear,- je6ts will be Mrs, Stringfield, of Colorado -

from Alva, Lee county; D., C., Hiers, oversow: and they appeal to the voters Washington Post. who asserts that she has in ( TRY OUR .
of Fort'Durand; RVJV Gillam county of"the state to'protect them fromthis vented a new and vastly superiors
commissioner from Fort Myers; threatening disaster: All'are Get our prices on summer dry goods.Vd ;stem of musical anotation. She OLD

\ '. Stanley Hanson, correrspondentof united? in saying that the canal, which \ will save you money. The Fair. x also claims to have discovered the 0LLEGHANY

the Tampa Tribune, and the following Governor:' Broward is now dredging, Sir Thomas Lipton Sails. secret of ""harmonic 'music.
members of the entertainment will lower the i
lake several feet, '
London, Sept. 21.-Sir Thomas Lipton -
committee. Frank C. Alderman, Dr which will
prevent the overflow of
sailed today for the United States.
St TV E. Brecht, Sheriff! 'F; B. 'Tippin, G, the river and give them the relief His visit it is said, to a large extent i PURE RYE.
B. Reynolds and W. S. Turner of they for. I :
pray Education
is of a business nature and is not directly by Mail
Fort Myers; W W. Raymond 'and H These settlers say that nearly 'every > connected with boat racing,
8. English, of Alva; Taylor' Frierson; voter residing In the drainage but those who know him well are inclined Ho latTtof.XrtiliMoalr home or spue lunployment time studying to get at u homaBootto edacation. -, ; ,
lV; T.. Hall and E/E. Goodno. of La- district (and who alone will have to ping.AntiunetJc, JLfeefan, Geometry, Put 4 full Qtsin '
to believe that he will not al Gn.IImar.Rhjtnri !,ariamMg,Hwtniy|-n ff- up
belle. )pay the tax for the canal) favor the low the opportunity to pass withdut n..... J7 Bchtkraia Teachers sidedtapaaBexaminatuas. '
.lOyn.ot.eaooeea CataIocutzee.
On the Thomas,A. Edison; Governor proposition and appeal to those, livIng talking over the plans for the challenge ,ll.HISIF.9PalsttaF9a. Fancy Cartoons '
N. B. Broward; ReptesentaatlveSf outside the.darinage district,who for the American cup' with a
L. Carter;'of Gainesville; J. C. are not hurt in any way by it, view of challenging the holder tOt: Delivered _t -
Herd, of Tampa A. F...Levering, of I I not to- vote against' a proposition next year' It is generally understood at your "
tne Tampa Globe;. J. Hall_ Bmmsey which means' much for them. that Sir Thomas Lipton is as eager as e
I of the DeLand Mercury; Hugh C. If the,danger which threatens them ever to capture the American cup ands : Express'Office 4
Sparkman, of, the Zolfo Advertiser; can be averted minions and millions ne will surely send a challenge if he '
E. F, peekham, of the,Keystone Type of oranges will be shipped from the can obtain a reasonable assurance e :
Foundry. Atlanta A. M.: Morgan; o f Calosahatcbee: valley and" It will become that the boat could be designed on rut I t .e eeesbecao j'n For $3.20. .
zpeem .
Lake City; Albert Powell, of the..S .one. of. the, richest, sections of this :side of the ocean equal to,anything rtatU other* then
Petersburg Independent; H W. Snell. our state. the Americans ld'put In thee we solver epedsiire tb1e In .eed& -
of Winter Haven; J. F. Ricbbourg,,of There 13.b. t. one opinion in' Lee water, He has discussed the matter lIWB t.ee1. As.r rtee<, ]Regular .$1,00-a'Quart
Laurel Hill; A.. M. C. .Russell, (th'e county concerning the practicability thoroughly with designers, .on :this 1 D.IL FE85v pdtoi,&,CO; Whiskey; write foi F

-e Brooksvtlle Argus; :R .L. Raymond: ,'ofjthe of draining ,the Everglades and the fide,, but has. not yet ,reached .a. definite ; Melt." 'Complete Price !list '

*St." Petersburg. Sun. ; ,.Wilfred. C. fertll"tt' of' the.'soL It', is said that. conclusion ,
Oarfcsoa t .JaBH r.q Cs Concise! the jtnuc'k: :,extends, r of ,the .Tarpon, Springs ;.News; L.-..D., .to jtwenty'five". .- teet- and"will grow A pair,of our' Sunnis' 'House- ,,- Ocala House
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G.4ger. of ,APOPk&:.E., M.:Hendr1.'ofJohn in?'fukuranee. every; .fruit;;and 'staple will make your feet glad. New low :Rooms.
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Local Editor. Charleston ,S., C, Sept 24, '06. Children's Day at Jacksonville 1. Adams and Washington.- 1 .. '
To the Ocala Banner: Carnival. .".. .Borden, Calvin, _.> ;" -
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3. Beck, M.. R. __
The trip from Jacksonville to
Mr Clover and children have returned The gathering at the Jacksonville ? ;
Charleston was most delightful. A 4. Best, A. J. i. OUR CLUB
home from their old home .In carnival Nevember 9th of the Boysof LIST ;
T asviiier Ja. gentle breeze was blowing all night 5. 'Archibald W., W. ...;.. '
Woodcraft in a grand lodge meeting :
and there were no heavy seas, af- 6. Butter, Cholley, :::
and drill will mark
comeptitive an
Mrs. M. L. Durand returned home fording, an excellent night for slum- 7. .Clay, Archa, < .
epoch in the development ct a remarkable -
Wednesday from a visit to her' son, ber, 9. Carris W. M.

Paul, at St. Petersburg.Mr. We reached Charleston 'a litttle before juvenile brotherhood. 10. Davidson:, Dr."J. -W. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN, ADVANCE. ..
The Boys of Woodcraft of Wood- '-
11. Denser, Albert
day and remained until ten
James Taylor has to Su- men of the World of which society Fbrtner ,
gone o'clock. After breakfast we enjoyeda 12. Wallace.
will it Is an .aUxiliary, was first organizedin I ._ -
Tenn. where he
wannee, attend stroll about, the city The Battery, 13. m &T
the of the South this win- Jacksonville about two years ago "'
University 14.
old St., Michael's and the governmentpark P r L
by Dr. J.-M. Taylor who is now, grand '
ter. being the principal places, of Interest commander 15. Masmer, D

we visited 16. Hodge, Ed. THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The SemiWeekly .
Mr. 0. M. Gale, manager of the The Jacksonville camp comprises
The park is _the rendezvous for the 17. Jackson, David, .
Marion Mercantile company's 'busi- Charlestonians ,and visitors a."elJ more than a hundred members' and 18. Johnson, Willie, ;.g Jacksonville Times-Uni '... one year |1.50 .

ness at Belleview, was in town on there the large camps,in this city, St. THE OCALA WEEKLY
and, is. a most delightful trysting 19. Johnson, P. H. BANNER and The Thrice-

business Tuesday place. It is kept in excellent condi- Augustine, Miami, Greencove Sorings 21. Jones, Charlie,. ,' Vrt Week New York World
and other places. All of these camps one year . .fl.65THE ,
Alone Isabelle is the name that.has tion ,and with the beautiful bay on 22. Luffman, W. L.-J y
will attend th whach OOALA
egrand lodge, WEEKLY BANNER
fine 23. Mosely, 'Wm. D. and The Weekly
one side, old colonial residenceson
been given to the little girl that has
will be held on Cuaaren's Day at the
arrtvd to make her home with Mr.. the other and the greensward and carnival when they will be treated to 24. McGuire M. J. i ; Atlanta Constitution, one year. . . .'1.75

} r and :Mrs. P.! A. swls. overhanging branches of the majestic 25. McDowell, John Henry :
a special quality of amusement Dr. rrt THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Atlanta
trees make it a restful and most 26. Porter, L. E. "

Mr. A. J. McLaughlin, manager of attractive spot. Taylor will answer all inquiries from 27. Roberts, R. tN Semi-Weekly Journal, one year . .f 1,75

the Talrfield Naval Stores boys in any part of the territory regard 28. Small, C. H.. "-, '
company's We were shown through St. Mi- THE OCALA 'WEEKLY BANNER and The .
!;: the organization.Grand \
interests in this county, was in the chael's: church one of the oldest 29. Starke Tom, "
Commander Taylor has Issued Yrt (W. J. Bryan's Paper ) 1.50
one ,f
city Wednesday on business for that churches in the United Staves having 30. Small Harry,, -

concern. been begun in 1572 and has pass' a call requesting all camps to 31. Sweat Wv' : THE OCALA WEEKLY, BANNER and {The Toledo
and the in
get reidy, urging boys
ed' through the storm, of shot and 32. Washington Jack, Blade (Weekly) one year . . .. 1.50
Mr. H. P. ,Bitting the popular pre- other towns wfapre camps bav no* 00 .. .|
shell of two great wars; fire, cyclonesand 33. Watson, S. E. L
tcriptionist clerk at''Tydings & Com been formed, to organ?* at once: and
34. Wilkson Kaidd THE OCALA
earthquake and altogether moved 711 WEEKLY BANNER and The Savan.
store has returned from attend the grand lodge promising .
pany's ,
several feet it 35. Wilkerson, Jean, .
out of its alignment ; r. nah Weekly News .
-z one year. . . .f 1.75
a month's acation which he spent in them a world of fun and some valuable ?
still preserves its historic beauty. The 36. Wright, R. J. : '
south Florida knowledge on how to become big ;'
pews .and indeed everything connected 37. Wilson W. H.. .- 9I
fine men when they grow ; .
brought 38. Williams; Justin :M. d
with this old building were :
America Pil-
Mr. J. C. Miss ... "Amusement our means instruc-
across, from the od? country in the Females.
lane, J. R. Rodgers and C. H. 'yes tion our end" is the slogan of this
k* represented the east side of the Ock- pre-revolutignary period including the little fraternity society which is fast 1. Adams Mrs, Mary, THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily Savannah

lawaha in the city Tuesday and wer pulpit, pews organ, bells, Laptismalfont. spreading and becoming a worthy ad- 2. Blair, Mrs. Lizzie, II News, one year. . . ? . .f 12.5CI,
chandeliers etc. 3. Davis Mrs. :Minnie,
1 registered at th Montzuma. of the Woodmen organization.
junct big
is. We were shown the pew where 4. Davis Kit, >I fll THE OCALA DAILY; BANNER and The Daily _
$ There are 400,000 Woodmec
one . $12.50
not so many of the little fellows yet. year.
ilW daughter, after spending several Gen. Lee and other historical charac- 6. Harm Mrs. Katharine;
betwen 7 and 18 of \I THE: OCALA .
Boys years age DAILY BANNER and The Daily Atlanta
weeks in Ocala, the guests of Mrs. J. 'f )1. ... 7. GenklingM rs. Lolla,
1 "*"
I: D. Burnett and family. left Wednesday The pews are made cf red ceia are eligible *" society was 8. Moth Maya, (11 Journal,, one year . . . t .. .$8.50
for mutual
designed help enco'irage
; for their home in Tampa. and arc very massI' and beautiful.In 9. :McRea, Mrs. Ella, THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and Atlanta Dally
ment, improvement by discipline and
Michael's cemetery are 10. Nowles, Georgia,
Mr. H. M. Hampton has purchasedthe many ancient graces' the oldest being parH uentary practice evolution and 11. Owens, Mattie, 0 Journal (including Sunday), one year... .'10,00

and Mrs. H. L. An- woodmen drills physic culture in '
home of Mr. that of Mary Ann Luyten aged 12. Reece, Elizabeth, .

derson, in the fourth I ward and is 27 years who died Sept. 9, 1770. At stitction in deportment and useful 13. Small, Julia, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE

7 getting it fixed up and put in readi the head and foot of the,grave stands Knowledge independent of politicalor 14. StarkeRo sa, '

ness for his wife who will soon return what appearsto be the head and foot sectarian bias. 15. Steverson, Mrs. :Mamie,

from the' mountains of North The Ocala Camp will in all probability Address All Orders to
of a bedstead, made of cypress and Steverson-- Miss Mamie,

,Carolina, where she spent the .summer cedar, that have stood the ravages of be at the carnival in a body. 17 Watkins, Essie,

12$ years. A portion of the head Interesting Meeting of Maccabees. 18. Walker, Mrs. Maggie,. THE OCALA BANNER

board and one of the posts was demolished 19. Wilson Mrs. Sarah ,
Mrs. Clifford L. Anderson and Clifford Ocala tent No.. 1409, Knights of the -
by a shell from Gflmore'sgun 20. Wilson, Eula, OCALA, FLORIDA.
Modem Maccabees held their
bar Anderson, who have been regular -
: on Morris Island in 1865. 21. Woodard Francis, .
service in their hall last eveningand I
relatives in Spartaaburg find
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Charleston is a quaint old city. Nota 22. ,Jones, Julia,
Blackville, S. C., have returnel and I had quite a large; number pres ,ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
single vehicle met the vessel to ent. Supervising Peputy A. C. Ham- 1. ,Holloway, Lucindy from D.L. 0.
are 'the guests air. SI"f R. L,
I show the passengers about the city. 2. Steverson, Mamie, from D.L. O.
rick was present and gave an interesting >
Anderson for a short while. Mr. Clifford *
Anderson came up to Ocala to The whistle! has, sounded and' the account of the meeting of the G. C CROM, P. :M. l

boat is off.SARA. Great Camp which was held in L'.ld.
and will remain
met them Oficers Thoroly Sturd Up. ,
ELIZABETH HARRIS. Mich. in June where ho and
days, ington, The various department heads in

... Luncheon.The Gov. N, B. Broward went as representatives Washington seem to be "thoroly"stirred ,

_Fret Mention, the colored grocery- Birthday from Florida. The boys all up, as the new spelling hail it, 1 .:

*man.M, fcauTa"narrow' escapefronfs'erioua 'following daughters rf the seemed to enjoy Sir Knight Hamrick'stalk over President Roosevelt' latest order ALWAYS GO TO, r'

Dickson Chapter of the Confederacy, much and
He was drivInr very quite ja number
: Ju.nt Monday ". 'ar.d Public Printer Stillmss ,
G. M. Hubbard, Mrs. J. W- Walters very
alcm4tb' 4| C|L. VaOvay,.trackswfien expressed themselves a? much finds' himself between the' deviland

oft] his' wagon' Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. John liailey, pleased with the. new plans. which, '
centeii'p&x S
Ine'j : | the deep sea a good many times a
broke tIe was 'thrown"'torward ion Mrs. J. TV Lancaster Mrs G. S were adopted at the Great Caamp Re-
day 'in consequence OP the one hand cB Best aPuies1 Place!
: Mrs, E. L, Car- Tfle
the;dashboard;and strubkoq-hisaface, I Scott Mrs. Sistrunk view, and efforts wilt be maje to he ,bas presidents instructions to

breekjngu( e"efalN sad'< !other. 'ney, Mrs., F. E. Harris, Mrs. M. H, : build up the tent here, so that it use the, new spelling In the public

Stovall, Mrs. Josie Williams, Mrs will be the largest one in the sate.
wide .... .,,him up., if.i documents; on the other, the howls
'Robert Blake Miss Irma Blake, Mrs. After the regular order of the business
of wrath from various persons who .. ,
Mr. C. C.Sanders, of Crysal River Mclver, met at ,Mrs. John Bailey's Ice cream 'was served and -- ---- .
don't want it.
who was 'placed in the Marion county Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, cigars were passed around, "and everyone

surgical hospital several ,days ago and marched in a body to the residence went away feeling better and The passed navy department assistant Is sore, because Our Edibles and'Drinkables Clean
surgeons are are as
of hemorrhagic of Mrs. Fanny R. Gary, their ,
with a severe case felt proud that they were 'Knights of
now now passed assistant surgeons.That's :
fever, was able to be' on the streets berbved president and surprised her the Modem Maccabees.Laughter _
the new spelling, but the surgeons :and Pure as Pure Food Law '
Tuesday. ;Mr. Sanders was formerlya with a delightful luncheon of salads, any
In question object strenuously
resident of this city,. and his cakes, fruits, confections and other of a Child.

friends here will be glad to learn of, dainties too numerous to, mention, In The laugh of a child will make the since betwen they find a world of difference could imagine them to be. -
passed and past They are
his recovery. x honor of her seventy-third birthday.She holiest day more sacred still. Strike
glad to admit that they are passed, .
was also the recipient of a with hand of fire, 0 veild musician Our establishment has been refitted
but they are not past, by a long shot
Mr. J. F. Barrett of Belleview, was :
handsome mission rocker, many beau thy harp strung with Appollo's golden -

in town Wednesday and in convtrsatlou tiful flowers in crimson, and white, hair! Fill the vast cathedral aisles they declare. according to Sanitary Measures and the
o! this Liikewise the new spelling has it
with representative
a ,
the chapter colors, and many heart with symphonies sweet and dim. deft
that shall henceforth be
paper said he expected shortly to and wishe? that touches of the organ keys; blow but
felt congratulations remain1
in "Old
it and
bis hand controller. But Comptroller of the, only thing
to Sanford and try g
move she might be spared to her'loved ones filer, blow, until the silver notes do
Barreett has Currency Ridgely says he is a comptroller : -
at celery raising. Mr. touch and kiss the moonlit waves,
and friends many more years. '
and that he won't be Matured '
a con.troller.
section for a good many are our
been In this and charm the lovers wan Jerine
when he Mrs Gary was taken completely by Congress created his office ,
shall miss him
years and we amidst the vineclad hillsbut know
surpirse and was almost overcome as the former, and he insists that it
his abode in Orange coun-,
takes up. swetest strains are discorded
her heart was so full at the thought your shall so remain until congress -

ty. of the high esteem ,and tender affec- all, compared with childhood's happy changes it. He won't be an ordinary Whiskies Wines seer.

fi Mr., and Mrs. William Connell tlon with which she was held by Her laugh the laugh that fills the eyes controller for anything this 'side 'of > Y

with joy. 0, rippling river of laughter -
stopped over in Ocala yesterday! rn friends. congress.

their way home .from Atlanta, where Mrs. Tumley-.ind: Mrsr, F lvel'- thou art the blessed boundary Incidentally, the whole situation Our of doing business is the
line between the beast and men, and way
Mr. McConell hasa been for the past ,ston her- two .daughters were present ', has become further complicated ,by "
of t int* cotu .
five months under the care of a physi and'joined heartily in the felici every wayward..wave. the discovery that congress has made and mode ,
drown some fretful fiend of care C same courteous appreciative
cian. He suffered' with appendicitis, tations. a certain .dictionary the. standard of
laughter! rose lipped laughter of '
and it was only after he consented to It is said there .is hardly ever a spelling. '
joy| make dimples enough in thy have for and : .
[*$ a surgical operation that he recov complete silence in our soul. God is I The naval surgeons and Mr Ridg- we employed years any .
cheeks to, catch and hold ,and glorifyall
re4, He will Le remembered hew whispering to us well nigh always sly assert that in departing from

'' as an attachee of ,the Ocah Steam only we do' not always hear be- I the tears of grief.-Robert G. Ing- this standard Mr. Stillings is also departing favors bestowed upon us will receive
I ersoll. '
m Laundry, and later a cigar -dealer. cause of the noise hurry and distraction from the law of the land-

[ -? Mr. McConnell has married since leav which life causes,as it rushes o'n. I I. Card of Thanks. while the latter gentleman, has not strict and''prompt attention. J A.

la? here und a bouncing boy arrived But,as Mrs Gary venerable beau- !Editor Ocala Benner: yet finally decided as to whether he .

about a month ago to .brighten! hiss; tiful'character satin her chair her f Plc8-ce' allow usthraugh your rol ;must( obey the president or congress. Our' constant aim ,is 'To, ';,;Please'' "

.a' Ii .' home face! beaming and her snow whiite columns to thank our .Ocala and C :-oanwhile, the, official documents t

: f hair glistening in the soft light an.l\ !! Mice litttle, Willie's latest com- '""
dar Grove friends for their kindness i iI Try us and be. convinced :
Breath of Life. *
;\ : The offered. < a to God to make position. ?
It is a 6lgnificanU4act that the np prayer I a >;- 'psthy to us in .the death of : "

strongest aDlmal.ot. its size, the gorilla tier thankful the remainder of her "ear little boy, by their letters os Well Worth' Trying. "

also has the largest lungs.:Pow life; for this demonstration of the i words ,or ,condolence and* their presence W'H. Brown, the 'popular pension Respectfully yours,,,; -

erful lungs" means powerful"creatures. tender devotion of such loving hearts, i at the/buriaL ittomey, of Pittsfield VU says: "Nextto :
How to keep .the breathing, organs! vis- I : < 'a:pension,' the best thing to,get Is '
soul of daughter was
the every i MR AND MRS. G, A. PETTWAYiAtlanta
;; right should be-man's, chiefest study. Dr. King's New Life Pills.He writes: -
Like thousands, of others' Mrs.' 0., A. ably touched. Seated around the table Ga, Sept., 24, 1S06., "They kept my family In splendid STKAUSS&.eO.

.., Stephens, of, Port Williams, ,Q, ,has with bowed heads, the'tears streamed health Quick cure for headache .

-:l : learned how 'to do this ,She, writes: down their faces as they caught ,ajlimpse For: a 'Two-Cent. Stamp. constipation :and biliousness. 25 eta. -' J '

I F Three bottles iot Dr. King's New Guaranteed at Tydings! & Ca'a drugstore : :
f' two _of the keystone-that, supports A, common chemical has been discovered Wholesale Retail
:1 Discovery stopped my cough oi .m, Liquors .
ryears and 'cured me of what my the ,arch way to heaven-:human love' to possess healing propertiesnot .1 {_
: friends thought O, its and, divine love. heretofore- but surpassingany A satisfied customer Is the best, adrertisement '
;; consumption. known. and, satisfaction Ii.not '
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1: .' triad! for throat and lung troubles. :.V u1d. that this picture ', could .be other di g. The dicoverer will onlY OUT:aim but our guarantee. Try .:; OCALA FLORA: .. :
': Guaranteed 8 by-Tydings & Co., 'drug- House' shoe spring styles ", ..
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to canPass' to' handed the i "
.be for a two-cent stamptef anyone Ji tIt'lL .
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and Jusfarived.
:- for men .women.' '__ -: 'r, ...; <,-, ,
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.+ : EVERGLADES.ESO. : -engineer: and in a position to teU, the A.REMARKABLE! _PARTY., \ MR. |BRYAN AT' ,NEW ORLEANS. THEENNSYJ.VNIA TUNNEL :

_:1 THE, .' OCABANNER. % LUTIONS.9 L' 'f peopleS* Florida that .thesejEver- !1 hat!rty thaix.excurted"Intorjhe- 'The YJSit .of Wwiam Jennings|!ry an .Not ,Such nogee Baa been taken of. .:;

n : ...'.' .:. blades could be drained in a .certain producfe of veryjclose to .
New Orleans was j approach
Everglades the ipther.dar must .havei to completion .
'HARRI8Uditor.P. ,: :TS'e, :niy thing unpleasantbat'. ; way and in no. other. or could" 1>edalned'at *** **f somewhat oainas ef thefgjeattunsel under the .
_ FRANK, : ; been vcomposedpf 'gentlemen .pf remarkable a unique 8ituj Hudson .,
thetrip .the..Everglades respected the ,
: currrcdion, all. but he river- V the' -
'' Lsiyi.go&iustnsu i vast number of republicans Pennsylvania
V. Mansger. must have much as.a railroad .,
sent out preception. They
invitation the
in the
response to opinions of those who had given A review of
Myerswas been all lightning calculators'of phenomenal headed. bj the'president. ojLthe company. the work by <
by. thebord.oLtadeOf9rt. matter 'careful study and investigation Republican Club" of Louisiana"joined the engineers establishes the fad

the preparation and adoption of and was willing -to take; all that ability. To them, vast. engineering with the 'democrats in welcoming the that the two piercings starting froaj

certain resolutions which were pre they aid 'on a trial of fajth. probl ms", demanding' the
., sides of the river
distinguished: Nebraskan,. .and. president meet with
pared on'.board the steamer ThomasA. Senator :John 'W. Henderson, of most patient: calculation and 'Invest- -
.. New astonishing at the c'O
"' Albert Godc haur, of the accuracy point JB> :
Edison and adopted at Alva. Leon county, ,said that lie ,was thereas gaUon; .of men :who"have given a life Orleans Progressive Union, under tended. Considering the magnitude of
4- .:Tko. propriety C!. opga, seriesof 'a. .-seeker.. of,- knowledge-. also and. such .study and.such work, whose auspices the celebration was ,the actual, undertaking, and the fact;::'

resolutions returning thanks to did not feel that he was in a positionto :were but child's play, and'were solved held is himseu. a strong member of that the tunnel is but a part. and bf -

1: :. the people 'of. FortJWyers" and Alva dispense information; that speaking with one //casual glance of the the Roosevelt party. no means the .chlef Part. of aoterprisS .
I for their''g np.ro1iJ hospitality was : simply' a citizen and not. as a
NeE Orleans already has made a of vast magnitude and Ii .
I discussed and the editor of this paper senator he would say that he owned eye.This '
.' 'I party. -or< rather, those members strong bid for the next conevntion of nificance, such an achievement, _
was requested to be one of the 90,000 acres in the Everglades and
I. of it who approved the resolution the national democratic committee quietly received, is really one of tbe
committee to prepare the resolutions \'juld pay the tax levied on the same
adopted at Alva-sailed into on which occasion Mr. Bryan will .marvels of modern science and oriu 0'I
those As'we. would reach'.Fort Myers on. the whether the constitutional amendment I
Mottos Th ;Bnn.r'b Ii.ving! nominee ization. .
} Lake Okeechobee and sailed right be a possible and. a persistent -
thi take return trip .from pike, Okeechobee at were adopted or not.
at TtojU.t..t ursofJ. We hear f
effort is making to see that the a great deal these days of
'' 6'o'clock it that wouW Editor Bittinger and others spoketo out again. The entire expedition
was agreed we
stind 1n the
-J. tiwmMlvit, hit Ukcn it* I national committeemen Is persuaded the difficulties and disadvantage 1m7
rrttdea with the common people meet at the Hotel Bradford at ,,8 the resolutions and they were occupied only two .days. What they
r i recognize the claims of the southto which the "common peoplesplaced an .
'and 'I SU fight will 'b. made for the bet- o'clock, elect _a chairman and secretary adopted as printed elsewhere. saw of the Everglades could have. only 1 I #'the favors of the democratic party. by the encroachment of COP

.torment those at the botton't.I appoint a, committee of .five or have been a. small portion thereof.It : ,
wealth and
CARTER ON DRAINAGE. I. Derations, power. But here
_ po- more to draft tile resolutions, submit, JUDGE is safe to presume that they slept The Wife's Part.
Is a work. to cost before it is flaished .
FRIDAY: SEPTEMBER,28;'1906, discuss and adopt them if approved. Judge Syd L. Carter has returned awhile dined a few times, loafed a Women have something to do on some $75,000,000, from which the ;

l On reaching Alva the passengerson from a trip to the Caloosahtchee little and occasionally partook of re- ti farm besides housework, and Pennsylvania corporation expect a

Kind Edward ',has tendered" a.cup board the Suwannee were invitedon river into Lake Okeechobe and the freshments. But in the space of per u-'tre the wife manages to look after good profit and what Is its essential ':

to be contested. for at the, Jamestown board the Edison and the passengers Everglades where he went with Governor haps twelve hours they settled thegreat the little things, such as small object? Nothing less than. to reduce 0
on both boats were then .asked of the engineering problem of drainIng fruit chickens and garden, there
exposition by yachtmen.. Its cast Broward and a number the cost of living and doing buslaes

was over .$500., to go ashore. ,- members of the legislature and Flor : the Everglades and 'pronounce* <;> a variety of changes of food on over a vast territory but chefiy with- ::

i: We were Informed that a set -of Ida editors. it entirely feasible. the table which is sorely lacking if in the radius of the population iauae. ..

And now comes along a man- who resolutions had :already bee; prepared In spenking of his trip Judge-Carter Here is what these wonderfulobser- it is left to the men folks. If anythingis diately dependent on the city of Ntv ...

'objects to 'Hon/Wm.. Jennings' Bryan end it was proposed to adopt"' ,'thenforthwith. says he will frankly admit that vers, who figured out great engineering to be sold from these departments York. When the plans of the corporation
being president. as' hia home in Nebraska We. suggested;"- that. 1t of his of the farm industry jt is but fair
i the trip shattered many preconceived problems with one squint of the are carried out a* It if quite '
I ''will not,permit of: an annual..' would be best to await our' .arriva opinions of that section of the eye established beyond peradventure that the wife' be riven the proceedsfrom certain they will be the dlmunltloa la

t :naval review In .his'frontiyanL- at Fort Myers and perpare! ;'d,?adopt state. A more generous hospitable and from their own observation, It. She will always see that the the cost of transit and the time required '-

them as originally planned.-.but it ana intelligent citizenship than the table is supplied before allowing anything will make it possible f6r
'In/'the facoof.tbleir: ', ,record- in their momentary glance at the teat
: was feared that the visitors mlgh cannot be found on to be taken to the market and
of thousands of
Fort people
Myers people to
A f work la
breaking It will be idle for. Mr. Everglades as declared by' the resolutions -
not be able to get together again so the globe. J it is but just to her to have the spend. this city and to live in
Bryan to try to talk down the country's it was agreed to adopt 'tG"m! then 'arhiflh they adopted of the the surplus comparativelycheaper
: "The river is exceedingly beautiful ing money may homes twice or three Uroff '
prosperity.-Chicag Tribune. and there.A1I ?AJ ."It is. lined with That the .property owners along bring 'in and the unquestioned spend
said Judge Carter. as far fro mtheir work as i* BOW possible.
And also idle for stand-patters to ,
: hands got off and the eesok.lions the banks of the Caloosahtchee
ing of it too. From this source she
farms and magnificent It is
thrifty no easy task to think of -
tell the farmer that the tariff
protective. were hastily read aid!quickly UNANlMOUSL Y desire the Everglades 'stock the kitchen with '
is the catise'cYprosperityCourier *5k groves, and Lake Okeechobee is a ray Improved practical benefit more essentially .* .
_ Jounial.1 adopted. V v-* splendid body of water, said to ,be. the drained-in other words 'they saw utentils and necessary machinery, liable to a community than a tub-
: The people of, Alva had freated.. c' the largest south of LaVo --f''i''a'l i ; 'and all of them, got an expression from and add many Uctie conveniences stantial reduction la the cost of rent
Visitors most handsomely 'and/those one of them..;..In two days. which the "gue mon" will think she
.After this who ,.can say 'that the It Is only a question of time when every without reduction in comfort and
_ it not growing better A. man living who opposed '!he plan of committing its shores will be lined with stately That Okeechobee can be "easily" might do without if he is asked to healthiness, with indeed, advantage -

in Mount Vernon. 111.. several days the visitors to a line of poiipy... con hotels and beautiful residences:, for drained-dead easy thIs-and that buy them from the money which other -! in both. That ii what this gigantic
L ago sent the general passengerageni ceming'the draining of $ne ;Everglades he who contends that the waters of 'little or nor obstruction is offered." 'industries bring in. She would enterprise is accomplishing. Tbousftbeneflcient

of the Nashville '& .S!. Low$. railway thought that was no !!he time the lake .cannot be lowered and the That the governors plans are entirely not be expected to spend this money It in in no sense bffiero- .

a money order for '$1.50 explaining nor place to do so so theyfteld their adjacent country drained and brought "feasible and practicable.'' for groceries 'or for outdoor necessities -j: lent. It is simply a work cut by ale

_ that it was in payment of a ride' he peace and It went forth thaVthei resolution into a high state of cultiavtion does Our 'Uncle Sam was entirely unfortunate as she often is, until her own'. tute and able managers,. of tbe prlaci-

Stole on that road twenty. years ago. l were unanimously ;adopted. to through dense Ignorance of the in not having thU estimable needs are 'satisfied. From this source plea of progress governing modem

The dissatisfaction was'mac! facts, or else from Interested rco-!' body of )lightning engineers at command too should be allowed to draw for industrial and social life. It., certainly >
: '
A nillon 'dollar Joan and trust corns Mr. Phillip Isaacs/"edito tives; and if he will go and view the the hiring done of some 'things she no less Ioroum'ncon that :
has been of the Fort Press and/ when he was doing all that figuring -
organized at Arcadia. Myers 'presi
pnay : land for himself, he will admit that finds it impossible to do herself and a.cco\t.t.-New York Time "
The following are"the new officers. of dent of the Fort Myers boa d' 'ff, trade Governor Broward's plans are entirely over the1 Panama- Canal prob- which she could do better than anyone :I' '-

-. the new company ? President. J, J. He disclaimed any. knowledg.. ,....t, the practicable, however, much he lem. All the months ,and mouthy of else but for the time and i Sick Headache. 3

Heard: first vice-president, :T,- B. resolutions until after their i:"'objection. may differ from the governor about time and thousands: of expenses' Incurred strength devoted to the garden, poultry -I '1"",. itseae! U caused by a derangement :

.Kin;; /jiecond vice-president W. W and said that it was not thepurposof other things," -Gainesville Sun., in figuring out the canal con- and! pantry. It this were done we of the stomach. Take a 1

r Lnford: general manager of thp the board of trade of Fpif4 Slyer stnrtiou: problera might hare been would see far fewer discouraged, dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets to correct this disorder
.fteld f department M. 'E. to commit the visitors to policy saved if the president could or..ll
,, ; anyt- .. Tcbacco Cure For Hay Fever. tired-out, run-down women on the ,;and the sick headache will difappear.
1 Beeretar7.wal&erarahaui: reaurer Vjiateverj?thattj.theirs: purpose: wa s Permit me to add my experience: have (orH led! this Florida excursion. farm, and I am glad to know that I i For sale by all druggists. mi

|!Ed. Scott;, attorneys. Treadwell' {. merely .to giye. them a visible proof..Of with hay fever to your collection of party and given it an opportunity toget uch is the view of many farm hua-j i i I I. U i ij
tTreadwell conditions as they actually exist aiyi just one glance.. at the Culebra j I An Ocala young man who poe as '
letters regarding thte curious ..disease.I bands and I hope. more will see the j jjastice :
K .,., nothing more. and that he would call suffered with it for years: and .have Cut of allowing t ..eir wife to 'own j j lone I i who is wise about that wolcb Uj
_, .* The farthest fields. are always the an informal'meeting of the board 'c" f gone through the regular course of The 'Tribune' ,is not exaggerating her o-wn.--Gonzalez (TeL) Inquirer. :'j! rrritte: recently answered the following -
*greenest,1 *P : .soon. .as eboat procedure with "absolutely) nertaia": case the resolutions / I I(I
.'afe: some ofXthe expressionscbnstantfy arrived- :;at>Fort -Myers 'and have: patenta medicines, ind experimenting themselves tell us that the A Cowardly Practice. 25-cent paper; "We will send 11 cents

.lrou earl .Fort Myers the -whole"mattgr re"opened'and dis doctors and surgeons.. Two weeks party made' an "accurate finding," The habit of carrying deadly weapons for 1902" pennies." He scraped around
; want* drainage. When that ,Influx of i until he got fifty of the 1903 coinage
C4SS l. *. ago while suffering from an attack. and "diligent and faithful observation which has grown to such alarming -
-water comes tearing down the CalAhatch >>- He did and own has attracted the ; aa-i frowarded them la a registered
so expressing;; his I smoked for the first time I have -aii in twelve 'hours and' been proportions attention I _
and. its salt water .bay Is feelings and the feelings of the board given the weed a thorough trial and .*'* refreshments.:: Tacipa rrr Dl1."C. of many able writers and they i letter. He received Immediate reIr
: made fresh. of braklsh, the tarpon pf trade. of Fort Myers disclaimed have commented on and condemnedit i saying that when he sent l&s'!lOre ,
have found that it has such a sooth-
will ,seek new..sporting, grounds and; any intention',\committing; the' Ing on the nose throat "
one of the glories will have departed. Itors to any line of policy, but that. it that.! can check attack almostas ai.! lived to 'be about eighty years latest object lession in the II ber 1902( -he would receive his It '

and it be left with a sand barb con. was' their intention' solely to show an old is described as "one of the best evils of ibehabt comes to us this I cents He gave himself a kick. borrowed
soon as I begin to
sole itself wlth.-Lake City t Ind L Ken actual conditions so that they in N. Y. Times. known merchants the country." week from Brooksvtlle. Tuesday .af t i enough to subscribe for this

would be enabled to. form Intelligent! The Louisville Courier-Jouranl says: ternoon two respectable white men paper and proposes in the future to

This paper copied a little item rc'usicns and would thus be in a Phosphate Discovered. "Doubtless he readily identified engaged I in a quarrel about a negro.I jeep posted on those little graft

L some time ago frorn* ',one of: *the ex-! position to give out intelligent Information One of the richest beds of phosphate even in: the dark of the room.'", Hot words and insults followed and nInes.I -:

ch&ngeeeyingthU1on.Jiicz.. p.Wall. to. others. I II ever discovered in this statp tioth pulled '.their guns and began fir. I .. -'
I ,
haying been ,. defeated' for the Senator Jackson was again calledto was found this week about one mile This seems to have been the boss ing. The result is both men are # -

tate senate' by Dr. E. S. Crill had ? the chair and Mr. Levering was south of Zolfo. A large area of land snake season in Florida if we may dead and two families are bereaved.

quitted the democratic, party and made secretary and re-read the rfesoutions Is found to be solidly underlaid- with. judge by the numerous snake stories Both. had pistols and used them to HANDS M WIT

taken to the woods.' This item was the richest kind of deposits. The land I getting into the papers. That sucha deadly effect. ,

printed .merely as a passing event Mr. Joseph Humphries senator under which it was found fortunately Had neither of them pOSsessed_ a
with no intention or desire of placing from Manateo and DeSoto couxtle does not belong to the Peace River I large numbers"of reptiles are revolver what would have been the U i

the dUUnguished stateiman of and editor of the Braidentown Jour. Company, and it .Is extremely prot>:- crawling around apparently out of result? They might have fought but i TERRIBLE[ [ [ClfMA .11
,jobV possibly be due to the :
Putnam 'county in a wrongful position nal. stated very frankly that he op able that a plant will be established it would. have been. : in the good old

Ufore his fellow citizens. In posed the plan and method as wellas and mining begun before long.-Zolfo fact that so many Florida counties fashioned way with nature's 'weapons S

a letter to -us he states emphatically the adoption of the resolutions; that Advertiser. have gone '"dry" this year.-Live Oak and neither would have received ser '

that the report is without foundation. looked to him like it had been planned Democrat. ious wounds. Suffered for Ten Years-Spreadfng -

That be is still aboard the democratic to take advantage of the visitors The "'Shopper'aFace.." I We join with the many men who to Body and Limbs Despite Effortsof ,

r ship and expects .to. stay right there and commit the entire delegation to The stopper's face" Is one of the In St. Petersburg they are considering are condemning the habit. Some say

; a* Ions as there is a plank left'Ex. a policy that some of them were not Ills tbat strenuous life has brought the rV--ei' jii....>aaorf and the tb-.y. carry them for protection. but Three Doctors-Another Remaskable .

Senator Wall is all right. I aU wool in harmony with. That he himself upon long suffering modern. wome Ind32zi2-i: says: ,"The city council its only. the cowards who fear something and Speedy

and more than a yard wide. opposed the adoption of the constitutional It is described as a "-fixed ten anxious will pass an ordinance at .it next will attack him on the public .1 -.
amendment now before the puzzled look that brings meeting to "pen up the chickens and streets and highways( Therefore it

Every town la Florida Is making people for adoption or rejection be- wrinkles before their time."London turn the garden loose." Some of the seems like cowardly practice:; to always CURE BY THE '

solid and substantial improvement cause he thought it placed too much Penny Magazine. people down. that way 'who like to'wp be found with a loaded revol. CUTICURA REMEDIES"Ihadeezeniaonmyhandsforten

__ Brick and artificial stone buildings ppwer'in, the hands of, the trustees of gardens are objecting to having'to ver ready for action against a fellow

_ are in evidence everywhere. I.akt'- the Internal improvement fund: that Just because the Baltimore Sun maintain chicken proof fences man."-St Lucie: Tribune .

land and' all' the .towns from there to he thought that. .no moneys,should be makes a plea for the razorback hog about them. Residents of some of .' .

_ Fort Myers are auve with Industries placed In ,the hands of 'officials unless -an exchange. comes along and throws the Jacksonville suburbs would like I Caring for Russian Refugees.It 'years. At first it would break out only 4in -
_ i: of various sorts. The town of Wauchut the people were strongly safe- i cold water on Its enthusiasm by have the cows penned up and their is a common sight in the Rus- winter Then finally I had came three to ,

for instance has sprung }into guarded by said .officials being'placed shouting "What office does he want Y'I" gardens f'turned.loose.. ." Jacksonville sian quarters of New York city to good doctors to do

exlsteoc* since our last visit to that ander adequate bond and this amendment fI bas a good stock law but the cows see victuals set out in dishes on the .' all they could but

Mctien, and it now erecting three- did not require these, officials. The old Savanah th atre was burn treat it with contempt-Times-Union. outside of dwellings. This is done '-, none of them did -

t: HOT buildings. It has the larges i to be b lded. Senator Humphries ed, Saturday night; loss about $75- -Ditto Ocala. that the refugees who are in a considerable anygood.lthen '
used one box: of
crate. mill In the state. The,orange:I said a great deal more than this and QOO, partly covered by insurance. ThisIs number in that city shall .z,L Cuticura Ointment I

_ ; trove and vegetable farms are con propounded certain questions to the said to have been the oldest play The Tampa city council has Increased not be subjected to the indignity of andthrebott1eeof '

ttftati? being enlarged and prospect governor but the above. Is the substance house in the country, having been saloon licenses from $250 to having to ask for food, but find: it -'iCutkursflesolvent'- '

of aortas the crops is getting to be I of ,his objections.Mr. built in 1818. J500. It is urged that those whose ready for taking. There Is a great cured.andwascompletchy My hands :1
i a strlou blem.. The Increase business calls for the deal 'of relief extended .
;;j p in ... A. P.Jordan editor of the Pun-| 1 most police'. to this way, were raw ail over,
U. she of these farms means thee ta, Gorda Herald, also stated his objections The oldest royal house In Europeis regulation should pay an .adequate For the half-starved Russians who I inside and out,

: &ubU meat of more, crate mills and and were better to that of Macklenburg which traces amount of the city's expenses. The bare found their way to the land of and the eczema
the employment of descendants from gentlemanwho new occupation librty after was spreading all over my body and
_ more labor andt return the thanks of the visitors its a tax ordinance raises great tribulations havea limbs. Before I had used one bottle
%. b ildins of more railroads will be to .the good people of Fort My sacked Rome A. D., 455. Some- every license practically from; 5 to hard time in obtaining the food necessary of Cuticura Resolvent, together with '

ij an ab elttte necessity. It is stlmat.I ers and Alva for their generous hospitality time there may be American families 50 per cent. it is said and. that It Is a to sustain life despite the numerous the Ointment, ray sores were nearly

H that alnng the Caloosahatchee val and leave out all 'other mat of distinction who can trace their sweeping one may be judged from the charitable organizationsstarted healed over, and by the time I had .

_ ler alece. If developmcnU continueat ters; giving the ,senators, represent lines back to gentlemen who sacked fact that every family" that takes even for the purpose of caring for well.used the I had third a good bottle appetite, I was and entirely wa ,

the same rate as the past few tins. and editors free swing to express New Yorklife insurance companies but one boarder must pay a license these particular'people.. The Russian fleshier than I ever was. To any out .

I Tart ladlcate, the orange and grape- their sentiments concerningthe from 1890 to 1906.-Louisville Cour tax. It is estimated that the catastrophe has thrown a great bur who has any skin or blood disease I

fruit aloo will amount to several mil- Everglades proposition according ier-Journal. new ordinance :will add to the 'city den upon the people of all lands and Cuticura would honestly advise them to get the -
len boros, Tamp sod. Its envlro' I to the dictates of their own con revenues about J15.000 but It is not for'comon humanity's sake they have thanallthedoctorsintheStatmcsncure and get well quicker :

4 ments are- growing' 8o'rapidly" that. the, ,sciences.Mr. The annexation of Cuba would likely to stand if It is made oppressive. shoulder it, and see that! no per you." Mrs M. E Falin,

L .ra1aift 'iralmoat impossible to i Harris, editor of the Ocala Banner prove a solar plexus blow not only .-Times-Union.-: son starves' within their ken.An May 19,1903. Spee Ferry, Ya.

I hIls the incoming, "aad outgoing I! :stated that he :went on this excursion to" the cigar; manufacturing Interests

frelfktTjen- the .Everglades. are as a seeker' and not as adispenser of Tampa and Key :West; but would 'Roosevelt.'haspaid 'his dollar to the exchange = ays: "Never. judge duioPITcllUIoRIbabeentrouUedwthahmop

drateed aad. Governor= Broward's: '. I I of Information; that there pronounce .. sklddoo". on the orange republican campaign: fund and son-in. I br. appearance; A. shabby coat may

ream: beo ae ,| reality Florida -will !\"ee'a great many things." he knew growing business of' ruralFlorida.. law Longworth; now paid his so contain: an .editor while the man '".

Iafle4 become more than the prairies nothing ;jaboutybut If :.there .was 'erne. Cuba has the richest son on earth. ,It the Roosevelt family Srhb are'republicansare wearing a. ,plug hat and. yellow kid on the back of ay neck and head for
ot tb"west the bottoms the I ', gloves may be a delinquent four or five years. It bad snitching tad -
_ nver tof thing more ,than another that neknejw grows the tobacco and once In the cotdpr'.! IVhy do not sub-
I : sC1i.bert' burning sensation and was a very ua- .1i
_ : MluLeilppi aad. the basin "of ntbe\ Tile less about -t" was. perhaps .the Union would manufacture .It ell at..
; cob4eI In- the"growth of staple drainage of' the Everglades and ;fit home. It.'also grows orangesmuch standpitter"rn,: l. d wa. or do Various Cuticura Soap,Ointment and Resolvent '

a..d )' reitftt4e- .crops.., iiT and .U. win... tFJt1l renwr he bad written the resolutions' hp cheap;than; we can .and'were: it not they 'think':; tha ,"the 'glory of"the campaignJstoreston clerk/: should"stand". excuses are"'thefr'given, why Pills three month", and tan all amRwpectfuH

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'N. UMW'BOW eater'the"state ) d fee that t visit! ; .... ...,. brow- but the most potent seems td be'that Kra. H:D. h !t ,
t J have put our growers but of that 'the'eipense'of "pro udnif the 're- it JJrevenb; bagging"- the" July 23, m Ocean Gty. % .
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THROUGH WOIp'.S EYES Alva,. Flau Sept. 19, 1906. j I I Fourth. We find that the. plans .. S 4 I at

Whereas s, The board 'of trade of fathered and fostered by our Chief r ULL QUARTS [
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ForThe Fort Myers,. Fla., in its, wisdom and Executive; N. B. Brow d. are feasi
f Handsomest .Man in Florida f'Uvagjfo!
.. TooeLS BAn E generosity hare extended Invitationsto ble and practicable and that we do : nraCXPRKS
Makes'Tallahassee His HomeInBy His Excellency, GOT.. N, B. Brow I" unanimously: endorse the resolutions

spection of Apalachicola and CarraMiss Jefferson Bell. and and staff, together with the offered and tendered to, this meeting

belle Harbors--The Beauty"of Tallahassee members of the senate and house of and we further instruct and command P fPAtD' _

Trees. .:f.1. representatives of the state of FlorIda our duly elected'chairman .and secre-
is in ,Her. and the members of the state tary to affix their signatures, to this

press to join in a personal 'inspection document, and therefore certify to $49I ?

I '"Tallahassee. Sept. 21-:Two charming tie harbor there insures .liberal aid .of the actual conditions pertaining its authority and truthfulness. iiii.

> .and delightful visitors within our .from the gorernmrnt" I to the draining of the Everglades; )Y. K. JACKSON, Chm. : : *

,gates during the past week: were, Anothor delightful roan who vas and A. F. LOVERING, Sec. ;

Judge Livingston W. Bethel, of Key with the party sas Mr.. John A. Bet Whereas, the said board of tradeof I Z

West and Mrs. Bethel, who have _been jeman, of the Business Men's League, Fort Myers, Fla., has provided a 1N THE SWEET BYE AND BYE. !

L. --on visit to their son Harry L. Beth of Albany, Ga.. who had joined the means of conveyance and all necessary '- f P L'1 PtttvfRrD rot

; el. Mr. and Mrs. Bethel have one of party at Albany accommodations and appurtenances (Parody.) t a.a. .e ll. 'bOO

the handsomest homes"in Tallahassee, Discussing the trip he said, "We factuating a thorough Inspection Brightly the ,moonlight was shining, sr a*warn*

.a beautiful colonial house with,. .great Intended to go to Pensacola by baot and conception of .the same; With cow bells ringing our doom JICKSOWILtt *EA

white columns; on Adams street, making an inspection of St. .Andrew's and | From our new mayor you will need

which leads to the old Call house and St Joseph's rays but our time Whereas A large and representative -! some hot air. CHAS. & COMPANY =
too limited. To 'the gloom..
Here Judge and Mrs. Bethel have was delegation of state senators and dispel ,

eat the week renewing old friend The develoments- at these points reoresentaatives of the state Jigisla- He teUs a swell fairy story, Jacksonville Fla. ii.
will lie immense value to Flor1 e ships. Judge Bethel was lieutenant- ture, members of the state press, together now weep. ,
governor during Governor Bloxham's but tneir greatest value will be to with the Fort Myers board of Some one do wake- up the council, j r

first administration. Hs was known ;Georgia and Alabama.: trade and many civilians from various From its long lasting sleep. .. ', .' .. . .
the handsomest in Florida at i "Albany has Increased her value -
as man parts of the state did make a l
that time, a pleasant and affable gen three and a half million dollars in a .tour of personal inspection of the Everglades 'CHORUS.r -*:** DIRECTORS: II
little more than four years." Mr. In the sweet- bye and bye;
tleman of distinguished bearing, he ,from Fort Myers to Lake '
fi was one of the most. popular men in Betjeman continued. "We are ask- Okeechobee traversing its only and In the sweet 'bye''and. bye; R. S.tHall George MacKay J. K. Christian ,

the state. iug the government to ,remove the Caloo- I It will be sad but is it no yarn.You'll .4 : H..A. Ford Z. C. Chambllas
exclusive drainage artery--the .
T. T. Munroe J. B. Brooks
The office of lleutenant-governor, flint boulders from the channel of the sahatchee river-through Lake Hoc- give up your home to sleep out ; .. '

.. which was abolished at the close of : Flint river, so the draught of our pochee,Bonnett lake ana the system of ,in the barn I

Governor Perry's term, was more steamers can be increased. Thronat.I waterways known .asthe Disston canals In the sweet bye and bye; ; ; 'In addition to its excellent facillities this Bank

honorary than remunerative. -Judge ees\a, the Indian name for the fiver ; andWhereas In the, sweet bye and bye; '

Milton ,H. Mabry now clerk of the which means Flint river. The bottom The overflow,and damage. You'll have ,no .feast but, the cows has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good
of the river channel is almost at least,, .'" .
.#' snt supreme-governor court. The was constitutional the last lieuten duty solid hint, and when the boulders are to lower planters Caloosahtchee and ,growers river along was visible the In the sweet bye.and bye. Board of Directors.and a strong body of Stockholders.

f' remover the improvements will be -.,*' -
of the to
lieutenant-governor'was pre-. and as .apparent to the noviceas ,41
perUanent.Vltat we want .is for Brightly the moonlight was shining,
'l',over the senate-In additionalu .
.to the resident of the. Caloosaht
expected to make political the. appropriations to' be sufficiently chee valley, and While I was,, dreaming a dream, THE CENTR l NATION L BANK
hes during the campaigns and large to accomplish this.. Heretoforethe Somebody 'had sold me because they
appropriations have been distributed Whereas, Some remedy is demanded had told
was permitted in the process to spend me '
about three times his salary, which in small amounts which Dave by residents planters and land- Of a new.scheme, t .' ,

:, was five hundred a year. Among;the r not resulted in as great benefit as ont owners ,from His Excellency,. N. B. We wake tonight with a rumor,, _

: .line of distinguished men who.;held J large appropriation. would have given Broward, governor. of the. state of Hush, now be still as a mouse : i

the office, Judge Bethel is remembered : :/' Florida; and Somebody told. me a story,. .. -

as the most popular! At the close "There .something restful and satiffyii Whereas' ro'',ur minds, a systemof Of a new opera house. FLORIDA FEMALE COLLEGE

of his term he retired from stptepoi.. i ,; about Tallahassee. It will canals from Lake 'Oke chobee to ,

z itics but gifts taken an active part in always be so unless you cut out the: the ((Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of CHORUS., l

local affairs at Key West. trees and pave the streets." He ad Mexico is feasible' 'and practicable; In the sweet bye and bye: TALLAHASSEE: ,

Y Time has left unbent his handsome. ded. "I hope we will wake up and therefore, be .itResilved In the sweet,, bye and bye: .

form and, although his hair is no pave the streets some day,'" I answered That we, the, invited Go out tonight and ask Maurice IT POSSESSES IT EMBRACES '

longer black,. today he carries himself "but the trees are all sacred guests ot the Fort :Myers board of Strauss, A Ideal" location.. College of Lberal Arts.'
to Tallahasseeans, surely you trade, state senators and representa If he knows something of a new '
with the dignity of
easy a man
Excellent equipment .School for Teachers
slightly past his prime, used to hon would not _have them cut?" "No they tives.of the state of Florida, the state opera house Standard. curriculum. School of Music vocal and la-.

or. The strong face,, the courtly man- are half the charm of the place," was press present, and civilians;-return In the sweet, bye and bye; .
.. Well selected ta ulty. _strum eptai.. including pipe or. .
ner and distinguished' bearing stiU his reply. our sincere thanks to the board of In the sweet bye and bye:' Spacious gymnasium. gan, new"instrument. }
trade of Fort Myers: and especially to it will be seen when ..your whiskersturn
hindsourest Heated. swimming pool. ,. School. of Industrial Arts, !la-
the officers and managers of the .>
A recent visitor to the capital was .green: Twenty-acre campus. :,'" eluding Domestic"Science anj "
Mr. 0. H, Kelly; the founder of the steamboat line and all the citizensof In the sweet bye and. bye.. High moral environment. :"'" Art.. "
Lee .county, and especially to the -v..I. M. !
Dr. E. S.: Crill, of -Palatka, state Carrabelle, now ,the southern terminus la1.Ies 1 Admirable, college, spirit., -4 ; ". School of Expression.
citizens of Alva Fla.
good and "
of the G. F. & Mr.
A railway. : .
senator was another of the disticed Steam heat, electriC tight
for their hearty welcome and magnificent Write to the Editor. .
Kelly into national fame in the
; came
-i ';. visitors at the capital last'
seventies as the organizer ,of the entertainment, and more especially Every .editor desires to make his Young ladies contemplating entering. the College this Fall should
week, Dr Crill ,is one of the finest
and .substan National Crange. The Grange was to His );xceuency. Gov. N.. 'B. paper a clearing house pf the ideasas write .at once' for dormitory room. Session begins Wednesday Se
in Florida. Brainy .
men the rage among the :American farmers Broward, for 'his personal attendance, ,well as the news ,of the day. ber 2G, and continues eight mon :rs. .
influential he
tial with an following,
will be a strong factor in shaping for a number of .years, and still and ask the co-operation and support It is a joke almost as ,old as the For catalogue' and detailed Information write to ,
of voter of the state of Floridain that when
exists in some states. Mr. Kelly has every English newspaper an
I If. public is affairs for many heir years. Dr. lived to see the wind. beaten little the inauguration and adoption of Englishman Is in trouble he writes I A. A. MJRPHREE. Pres.
Crill regarded as the apparentof
the toa the project that connects the Atlantic about ,it to the London Times. He
the East Coast influence and will fishing village on gulf grow -
Ocean with the Gulf of Mexico, the does, and .this national habit has
place with a future' us roseate as
Jtfobabl/ candidate for 'gover. rl1i .
a its sunsents. Col. J. P. WIT waters of. which lave both the east contributed more than: anythingelse

the next, 'election. Hams superb, president'of the 'G. F. & A. ha and west;, coast of our peninsular' toward making the Times powerful Fifty Head of Fine Horses. .

announced his Intention of deepen- Alva, Fla., Sept. 19, 1906. ,
I am very fond of the word distinguished ing the channel himself himself if To the Honorable Phillip Isaacs, Pres- letters from readers will 'alwaysbe HARNESS HORSES.
'" of at. and Members of the FortMyers welcome whether the writer is
-It covers a multitude the government will not, and is pre- .ident :
t foment* and applies to so many paring to build a mile or two of Board of Trade. indignant, pleased, sore in. troubleor FANCY

men we see in Tallahassee, but find pier out from, the hotel to where Gentlemen:-In meeting assembledat so happy 'he feels the editor:.oughtto DRIVING HORSES.

myself using it too often. But what there is already water of sufficient this point the governor of the state .know about :t. .Long letters or
i of Horse Flesh Should Se These.
else will so well describe Chairman depth for large vessels to 'enter. This 'of Florida, together with the memo short letters, sarcastic or sympathet Lovers .Good

T. E. Burton of the rivers: and lur- will greatly faciliate shipping.Mr. bers of, the legislature and 'citizens ic, in prose or verse, written in blood 1 have just recived and will put on the market two carload*

bon committee, who stopped over Kelly was formerly a residentof of Alva, members of the Fort Myers ink charcoal of pencil-will. be of HORSED, some of which are well broken and suitable for anT

Tallahassee. on his return from Washington,. D. C., but now: makes board of trade and their invited cheerfully received, eagerly perused purpose. Part of ,these horses may be seen at the stable opposite

C&rrabelle and Apalachlsola Monday, his home. in Carrabelle., his .faith in guests. the Florida- state press, and and .Impartially considered. 1 the steam laundry, while any of them may be seen by c tiling on
Chairman Burton and his party Florida'. is evidenced' by the fact that citizens of Lee county, called to order In a sense every issue of this paperis ;i me. at my residence and farm-'phone 302.

,reached Apalachicola early ;Monday he is now establishing a plant at I by Hon. Stephen Melton, memberof a letter from the editor who makesit A portion of these horses are unbroken and on these I am
Columbus and the house of representatives from to thos '"'," ......* It is madeup
morning by- boat from Carrabelle for the manufacture of, prepared to give special bargain: prices. These may ba seen at .
pent the day examining West Pas white sand brick from the snowy sand Duval county, Senator W. ,K. Jackson, of news articftles, editor my stable near Ocala Wagon Works

at Apalachicola and East Pars at so abundant on James Island. The of Citrus county was elected chair. ials, business and other announce-

Carrabelle, aspirants for deep water sand there is like miles and miles of man and A. F. Levering, of Tampa ments. Some of these interest you; J D McDUFFY Ocala Fla.

the party separated /Carrabelle.. granulated sugar, coarse and glisten (Hillsborough county), secretary.The some do not But when you are in .

' Congressman Adamson, of Georgiaand ing. purpose and object of this terested- a whole lot interestedthe

Congressman Clayton, of Alabama It is perhaps due to it and the lack meeting was' to give expression to 1 newspaper letter to you be- .

and the Columbus contigent returning i of shade that the moonlight 'at .Car the observations of all those persons I cqmes personal and calls for a reply. McMillan Bros.

by boat and Judge Burtor rabelle is clearer and whiter than comprising the Everglades Drainage' The editor sends you his- views and

r and Mr. McGann. his secretary, Mr. anywhere else in Florida and the Inspection party under the supervision information every week"in the year.

Campbell secretary ta the U, S. district glory of the starlight there-I haveno and special invitation and direction The only way to balance things .up Southern Copper Works

engineer at Montgomery and a: words to describe its beauty.JEFFERSON of the Fort Myers board of trade, is, once and awhile, to answer back.

party of 0, S. F, officials came on a BET.L. who made: the trip from Fort Myersto Write to the edlitor.Palatka

sprelal to Tallahassee at elx o'clock; Lake Okeechobee on September flS News. .. I Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

.Judge Burton left at 11 o'clock for An election for congress is on, the and '19. 1906, up and through the, Ca
': Pensacola to examine the harbor labor bureau at Washington has loosahtchee river,, Lake Flirt, Lake An International! Match Trust. I and General Metal Workers.

; there and from there will go to MObile woke up and discovered that wagesare Bonn tt and the Dilation canals, Special to the Ocala Banner:

,' Gull ,Port and Pensacola, Miss, increasing more In proportionthan creating, a state committee, whose San Francisco, Calif., Sept .-
Judge Burton is a notable figure the cost of living Yet the clerks duty should be to give to the citizensof A representative of the Diamond \ Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

la national affairs. He has been a who prepare these very doubtful :statistics Florida and the whole world, an Match company .sailed .today for Japan through-the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
wires will receive attention at cither of thofoU'Wtng '
., member of the rivers and harbors are only getting. the :.same salary accurate finding as regards the conditions to carry out the arrangementsunder prompt. -
r committee for eleven years and chairman they did in 1897 and the average possibilities and feasibility of the compact which has been: works -
: of it for eight years. In that cost of living has increased 47 percent the draining of the Everglades be- signed between the Japanese -govern

period of time he has probably ex since that date. But then the ginning at Lake Okeechobee, througha ment the American Match Trust and FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, Of

:, amined more rivers and harbors than tariff which has fostered thees trust series of canals to the Atlantic<: the Britishv Match Concern of Bryant JACKSONVILLE' FLA MOBILE ALAUBMMnBBMMB

tinny man in the United States, so expert high prices is' not an issue and 'of :.Ocean' and the Gulf of Mexico. May. Japan has been nursing the,

"_ has he become that his recommendations course the labor bureau must stand The committee after diligent anr I match industry and now supplies all J

are accepted at almost pat with the administration faithful observation, E beg to reportas !her own requirements, and also controls u. ". '_ '._ .' -.:: .. ... -

,their face value. follows the trade in China. Australia,
I :
lie is remembered as the man who i John Temple Graves Tell Where HeStands 'First. We fUnd every evidenceof parts of East India and the East Indies We Never Disappoint Our Patients1

and the Philippine Islands. Japan .
: male a fight against Foraker and serious congestion, and damaging Hold ht t FaUi M
latest Wi Fulfill Evary Promlsi and Eirsr s.
Pfck la Ohio for control and while overflow o'r the Cab osahb! wants to acquire the machinery WE 8&rt.wre witkoat tfe. knU orb.a= ...d Ta U.*.l*">>. **.
and for that reason has entered If C CURE .ta det. bailcM Cesh cioM Bl.*4 r.U..
Bttoa from
>3e tot personal control of the con It would be interesting to know chee rivet during the rainy season, cured.never to p r tsra, vithakS m.nary. er allMHS Mizt.r.t lAd .( it.a*f
:tfatloa he succeeded In getting his just where the Georgian stands politically and also find that heavy damage re' into the union with the American < eor.4t .o..'. **'!tail
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Tile Dr. SJa i '%kiI incorporated In the republican now. Is it in or out?-Dublin, suits therefrom to planters and growers trust ....Ia .t Qeorft lor ifc4 aftl..r.Wa|
!lsd.sueL Dr. K. K. K .. tea f* Mer W
EerTouu ear
.. tf-erm a similar victory achieve Wa.,) Dispatch.It of citrus fruits in the lower Caloosahtchee SlUt lA.tI\Iu-.1I cfiief WMHIUBI q .i44 lt1, M.Mtttrt
-The "Winona" Sold.. 1 by a U3..ri.A*.
Ir. Louis has been and valley.
Bryan at the St. is not now, never I cbroa4 ia..ap It tltVJM'a4
never will be a matter of very great Second. We also' find that a unan- Mr. Pat Handall owner of'the try e Qnr.tECaeuIMs1pWdvlt: w.wsetltme4tea1.n4.l..trro.t! a 1 r1. Ik.'tte. """"

he I charming with all importance! to the Georgian how it imous desire prevails among the property steamer "Winona" which has. for kLX.layytolrk fir.u4.t1JJ'u... 1&11 $I '''''' f..,
par rt9PG1I1 *so 1M cal. arlaL O.r..attana&V *
'Vie' delightful little niceties of man. stands with any particular faction, of owners along the banks of the some years been plying Silver Springsand Jlo era 1. ..."? rIs rc.. fed *t emptny .<..... fc.i tie MIl
.. naiad aa4 cffidnt atMKUaa.t tjalt SSI.UH4 tnitttt
: .Met a great man should bare. He has the democratic' party. Caloosahtchee river from Fort :Myersto the Ocklawana river, has disposed ad. Uoe'd obratala.a betas U llIo6fI"... ...
',: see.of the finest faces I ever saw, We 'are deruvxats from tradition Lake Okeechobee that the chief of her to Messrs. t. J1a5. Recob and w..Qlp1Cy M 0.O.BlihndUz 1).'.Of au..llt4.t. fr>to f f ......,...., "'
.. who will 1.laatatbo... 0.r ..,.. lOt u.a. ,...,... lIMa..5td
;- sad Impresses one with his. broad and inheritanr"-. and edmocrats ny executive of :the state put into execution L. H. Haley; of Ciearwater, .. "o4.CD pv IIIOIttLIIWSd..a IUls''', .4. rf ltn...Near
his have been made .i !... H4 ti m.
IDOfGt ClIft
.aoB prehen lea''grasp 'of a situa0f Conviction. ani the record-democrats pre-election prpasies.: and after needed repairs I. '
\*. course'he would not say any t*' the real type, 'hec use we believe i drain the Everglades. at the 'earliest i take the boat to the latter place. t.IftBfDmIllDCIIIIICIiSUSES.i'1 l ::., ; .r=

definite" he said relative to his in real democratic principles, ,and awuot possible moment. t ..Mr. .Recob.. Louis Lang and Gus :\ .. LonH. w.. .w s.'t vstiw.
c.tank the
sad tsslftsaat w.owa.
"Itotf of the passes at Apalachi- held in the spurious loyalty, of Third. We farter find thai the Haley left. Silver Springs, Tuesday ilia ptraaser Ii.... .I,Tattsaa.a.i BM4 fAlII" tSwWi et .,. ad. .
all'th-is I Jacksonville N. KJ: d1 ML a D1Mue8 ofH WoIJAlla. ..... .li..tiara.
fountain Q
"Winona" for : PVM'
-democrats who hold the head of perplexity with the p.o ..
_.)I d .arrabelle. "But I hajremy. spoils .. o o..v n.a ......a. as.rMDt.u ,aa4"""i Hka..a, .r.. ... ... .
Lake U' fraction more will be hauled out and re Nra4s7retardlatyoUaotdtgoott.u.atck rai5tard.aaJ oa .
of.the' she
'mission a where
adjust say that I'' was creeds and great party WIt e "tV IllMl r.. dlMUal slIIcetalttaab ....wtOlfsf1LT&1'IO' ......mea
Jrpleased' with reception! at aboTe 'the schemes of faction' and thesa1Rsh than twenty feet above the sea level, paired' preparatory to a trip around ,_ _- aUJIl1fATIO'f AII .,kUt'I( kOt'RJra..... .. I
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1n. The Tt lmportancai 01 The Georgian.. Ocean or the Gulf?of;Mexio?, to'the.;;I Clearwater,! ;
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-I ATLTAHArACEtA! .: jrist't here :and cow that T, Di'Hejd in Csrmany .Durlnc!: Octpber $ ital Service: to :Superintend' Settlement of Affairs of Ne Aviil; .

not temporize or condone these at the Jamestown -President Palm
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___ .. .' :t'" tL1 <, .)..',-s'. .. >IS:'..". ....... ." 1 crimes for they are crimes of a most for Gov. !J Exposition. : Cabinet Reslgns-4roos _
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( tt. ,,. serious and reprehensible character Ordered to Cuba.T.T. _
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I One Ttiousand Soldiers Pitroling th r Streetsof: |and brought before me may' expectto _System., ; Va.., S pt. 25..,. -Owing to Special to the Ocala Banner: a

"***>*! ">t V'i'jj. limit of the law.. Havana Sept. :Condltioni _
receive the Special to the Ocala. Banner; I gove ment's extensive partici- _
CitySMotjHumbefedJreoi "Guilty negroes must be punished.' 24.The J IQeto Exposition, have reached aerials, All lb....
LE f\7 e Capital : :Washington, D. O, Sept. n tthe: j| ; _____
'i,. "c- 13.. but the innocent 'negroes must and wireless 'telegraph experts hepe for held .on the shores'of Hamp bets of President Palnu' cat _____

-4 M itiGltiLtw; Prevails ': will be protected. Lawless men will beneficial results from the international Roades, Va., in 1907, officials at have presented their re.l _

rThousut1o; feel the neavy hand of the law and .wireless t telegraphy 'conference have determined to put and the president has IiplC

(,' "-'; : 11. t "t.y. "So\ they might as well realize this to which. will be held. in Berlin ia Octo- supervision of the sanitary de readiness to accept them.

4 1'OQ t B....,.t. & Itir te. ,IJ !_ ..R. \. < t.... begin 'with. Now sir, I will give you ber'.and to which nearly all ciVilized under ,government control' that they terre until he can esi _
fit will
'<- \ '' fine but
< : .vV < opportunity pay a : session of
1 '.'i:'' ." ":' .( ri: r # no countries of the world, exceptingYance. extra congrw
: i rAtlanta, :.... 9l... :,'_.. ....' ;' '., !.: iJ1 ..- --'." ,: ," give you thirty days in the workhouseand will send delegates. the up this decision Surgeon may also present his own ret1piI -
I TIiesUon.Y"'''-' -"' \1 behflesttate" to..put the mili- in addition bind you over to the United States representatives, including I: Wymann, of the United States ,I!to that body. ;.; :
o I f" -. higher courts. under a $1,000 bond. 'N. has Palma hat called
> -2A race iaj;:'fin 'gupreme command. Mayor Real Admiral Manney tl. S. Hospital Corps Service, I President .all. tt.
t a.eptene ? began Woodward' ,Says .wcity'po-- This speech. with a few variationswas I retired, formerly chief of the- bureau Surgeon Rupert Blue, of tra session of congress for i -. --

1 war ofala"rming" proportions the night lice with the militia are amply able delivered by the recorder to the i of equipment, which has charge of service, as sanitary officer of and he will then ak to have Ms

: here last. night. Through several others who were chargd with' General Exposition. Dr. ignatlon accepted at once.
and when ;o handle the situation. naval wireless and Brigadier
It raged with'yarying, vigor It found, ,the The entire city. Is being patrolled, like offenses and in passing .sentence James Alien, chief signal officer of detail on this work was to

_ 1 morning dawned' today in ,possession of loth in ,the; center and ,,in ,the residence carried out hIs announce dpolicy. the United States army.The inten- effect some time ago, but on Advices from Washington It&te
downtown streets that 1,500 marines have been erdmJ
Georgia In'ttantryrwith 'districts, where great anxiety tion is to come to some agreement by of his. position on a medical
\ eifht' companies of Fifth TROOPS STILL IN ATLANTA. to Havana. This number with ihef
iii *bflight.artitl- Jbeeavexperieaced.last. last,nigb4.and which there may ,be government control I that was in session 'at Wash-
a"battery there will make
forced already ]

tlWTAtajtgerjSii xThrougb:the .daj ,li ) today' .,in.. "anticipation' '.''." ".. .of$.-'.'tonight's." ,., ',-."...pos-".. Officers think Trouble- is All Over- of wireless. It Is' found that he has been unable to report thousand American bluejatkeu .,
1L : ; in that diectkm the exposition until re
'Thel ibLatIes. something' must be done duty at
|tle of importance has occurred. Conference of Leading White I' the island.!
olice claimed, with 'aId of 'militia, Mayor Woodward has Jssued a re And Colored Citizens,: Held- at least Jto protect the. interests Plans for the transfer of troops!
--! quest that all citizens, white and of the government in time of connection with his work Sur
: have the, situation under controL The rownville Raid Approved from the United States to Cab, fcj,
& black, remain off the streets tonight. and also to protect. commercial Interests Blue said: "It is as necessary 1
The condition came, as a result of by ,All. the event of the failure of Secretarfj .
.. ; AU boys under twenty-one years Jof in time of peace. The UnitStates me to be present, while the build -;
;- xuunerous and repeated assaults, or age have been ordered to kep off (Atlanta-Journal.- ). commission to ;Berlin will are being constructed, after, Taft's mission to bring about a peac I
attempted assaults upon white ful solution of the trouble la the ra-. ;
: f the streets. i With one regiment of infantry ona there a series of reports relating as the installation of proper : ;
The list of an even have ben completed.
by negroes.. A .meeting of. citizens, bankers, and battery of artillery and one troop o! the interference with wireless' operations arrangements and ventillftt- public lt
such assaults, within the lim- I The first step wu taken'P'd ii
i: r dozen business and professional men, representing two hundred policemen apparatus is of great impor-
___ Itta Fulton county within the last cavalry mostly made by Read when the transport Sumner, owIng ly. .1
of. when ,the best ,elements of At and five hundred deputy sheriffs on' Evans. There is no way of reachingthose ." An elaborate drainage sys '
yesterday at New York yard IttV
tIneweeki can lanta's citizenship j.was held to consider duty in Atlanta patrolling the strets who interfere, and any has been established.. and it is navy was ,,' repo4.ta commission. The Sumner Is b .
&ttempt3.&taSS&2lt : in
flour : ?'
the present emergency.. Governor of the and doing when the exposition opens, ';:
.. of the center city' for relief is met with a profane reply.It readiness for the immediate emhir':: =:-
led.I Joseph M. Terrell, Mayor James guard and sentinel duty in the ou.t861rts. is particularly exasperating the grounds will be absolutely "
r. About ten o'clock a negro man ahoy.4 G. Woodward: Col. Robert Lowry, the riot situation at threeo'ciock2was workers who have charge of experl.ments. from mosquitos and other pests Ration of ireopt Nfgntitlo&i ail

: V: fed aj ytejwomanifroa.the, sidewalkfou i CoU lames English and others,'to tie well in hand_ and the au. In time of war this .state might arise from the lack of already under way for the acquiiltteB t
mitehahf6treeU /centerof of merchant steamers to be used u .
number of ihre hundred: ,* were present thorities are confident that there wiill. affairs would prove,a serious sanitary conditions. ; ,

-- to.. Almost simultaneously' a ne- .Speeches were made and warmly be no further< outbreaks. he time of the San Francisco transports. :. i
4 "O voman 'made an Insulting remark applauded, in which the, killing Tof The prevalence and- maintainance LENIENT.The when that'citr was in a state Additional war ships will reach
adjoining PRESIDENT MAY BE within Jew an! will fe* t
Cuba days
1- $9/cl it on H >an CM At4U K> VjrtrwWand half;:&'score,of. innocentnegroea and of good .order, however; did not come I general demoralization and when a

I -heir wmfcuVc aTTy what*"* jashe > the wounding, *oL.a.score-I ormore of until at least five negroes and one Seven Midshipmen-' Found. that contagion would break ready to land marines If &eroi&ryf 1'-

considered a due punishment From whites and blacks, was condemned, asa i policeman had been killed. Policeman of Violating, Rules at Anapoolis there, and perhaps add other ter. Ion; before the regular troopi cor >
&- this start, .. ;, the excited crowd; which reflection/oa1 the.,best, spirit of the James Heard was shot from am- May Escape Pena'ty' -'First to what 'the fire and earthquake awaiting order can be tuot&l ,

t had be e'a'jnbb.ib ,ganitsworkofdtstrutiidb. ; city, the sta.te'and the south. bush at Brownville, a negro settlement AntlHazlngLaw.. already caused, Surgeon Blue Should army intervention come tb* t

Five ,thousand men and Terrelldiscussed the wisdom forces will undoubtedly fore tie
-I Governor near Clark Unversity. and in ,- dispatched post-haste to the

toys thronged thedowntown streets of necessity of proclaiming mar the battle that tfollowed two negroes Special to the Ocala Banner: of trouble and immediately the vanguard of the invading army

after negroes. News that a riot had tial law and declared that he would are known to have been killed out Washington, P. C., September 22. charge of the situation. The en investigating-,- Pennsylvania RllltHL

: started ought thousands more cram* act if the necessity shall be imminent The president will probably i work was under his charge and Special to the Ocala Banner: r

their homes in the suburbs. and The hearty support of the right.With the break of dawn a, troopof his authority and spare four or heroic measures a serious out. Now York Sept. 26. -The Ineati'

-V '! t Jdence districts, until fully ten best citizens was pledged to the city, cavalry' and one company of Infantry midshipmen recommended of fever was prevented. gating committee appointed by the

thousand men trronged-the downtown county and state'authorities to their the' result ofth eir
- surrounded Brownville and dismissal, as exposition is being built very board of directors of the Penasyluat

f seciion. respective efforts to control the present captured oer ttwo hundred negroes conduct. Theer are seven cases like a small city or town and railroad of wblch C. Stewart JPatitf-

-f- A. car half filled with negroes, approached situation. all of whom were armed. Incidental all before the naval academy, the intention of the Marine ,or. is chairman, bas nearly completed !

.f!om an outside run. The RESTORED-IN ATLANTA. with the Brownville raid by the militia are the first to be submitted I service to equip each building its report which will be submitted ':
: sob dashed, for the car. Resistance at least two more negroes were the so-called anti-hazing ,law, ail the devices known to modern to President 'aa-ett in 0 few days

was made by the negroes, who had killed, and two negroes were killed though none' of them are in any and Snrgeon Blue is es The books and records of the C'Jr.
Situation Well in Hand of the Law-
not been apprised of the trouble. in a desperate battle with officers at related to that particular commissioned to advise the have bEf'I"d r examination

Three negroes lay dead on the floor Everything Moving Smoothly- the corner: of MacGruder and -Randolph Indeed, the superindendent of and builders in this par pany 100 of the New York Audit .. ,
: Many Neroes Have Left the by experts
Of the car' when It was perimtted to Still Clos- streets. academy says there is no more company for the purpose of compiling -

: aye on, and two more were seriouslY City-Saloons ed. Following the taking of Brownvillethe' ng. The present culprits are Blue is one of the most noted ,data wanted by the committee

beatentunconsclous. When the crowd > : city' was filled with rumors, andinvestigation who have been guilty of rgeo in the hospital service. He ThC' information wanted wurea411)

-. -- seined to begetting beyond control I (Atlanta-Journal.) showed them all to be I minor infractions of the rules of a native of South Carolina and a I available. clerical force of the corn.I

Woodward mounted a car platform -I false. c institution. Each has had a of Victor Blue, who- became
- Mayer After rioting ,folowed by scenes of panT were detailed to get It. It U. -
"and. urged'.the.crowd_ to dispurse. I disorder, peace has been restored in The authorities deemed it wise to to be heard in his own behalf xa"A in the Cuban campaigns dur stated that particular attention has

declaring 'that the "assailant 'of the recall the outcftown military companies to offer whatever defense he the Spanish war. distribution
Atlanta, ,and law and order on every been given to car put
would be adequately'Ia that were dismissed. They have Seven of the cases considered by ,
white woman
contract we
_i side prevails. Indeed, so well American !Sailors. chase of suppliesand
of law He returned to Atlanta, so that there is head of the academy ar regarded To
d by due process :situation* that many| companies oftniStia It is not expected that a final 1'f't1O:
< now on duty elecl companies of Infantry I sufficiently serious to go to the c1a1 to the Ocala Banner: .
ajnotherappal a,'fvyoments the commltt*
vejepa| fn? f romjhe Streets: I American will be by
_-r- lifer,Jjj\ witlumti .result; | ?Thei| he ,though held KrWdincss for any emergency one battery of artillery! and retary of the' navy. ,with' a re : Sept.commanded by Rear until the November meeting of tS

i-- turned in a'generaf tIre.alarm.. calling In their respectivearmories. one troop of cavalryAt dation for dismissal, au action squadron of board of directors. This ts desired 1i.
scene the intsance of Jehnon & Malone must be taken to the president 'W. H. Bronson consisting :"
)- the entire department to \the ,
The saloons have been closd by advance of the convening of conjreu'In
_4 To Chief 'Joyner he then gave .the rdroftbe mayor 'and, as a precau negro lawyers, Chief of Police latter will undoubtedly exercise armoured cruisers West Virginia. the hope that any further im'Y J

"Clear the streets"Th Jennings early Tuesday: morning ency in a number of the'cases, Pennsylvania and Mary
laconic ; tionary/.measure, the police have been is orable legislation, may be forestalled. -
closed all back to is expected here today. It
negro 'barbershops' and restaurants ing the boys one year
; situation became so ordered o clear the streetts of all ,
in the city and ordered pat; next lower class. Two of the for the far east, to relieve some -- -
Governor Terrell eight o'clockand to arrest of Church Union.
at 1 o'dopk that boys,after Opponents :
_ 1- : the ships in Asiatic waters. Prince "
- was appealed to order out the state all Idlers'and loiterers who cannot! rollmen to allow no negroes to con will undoubtedly be approved. : Special to the Ocala Banner:

t 'troops.. Although', ho request .had give an account of themselves and gregate anywhere in tehciyt cmwfyp dismissal. having a lively recollection of Dallas, Tex, Sept. :l.-A meeting,
lavish hospitality shown to the
gregate anywheer in the city The
come from the. sheriff Governor TerdI their business. of the Cumberland Presbyterian 3/- ,
and of his squadron
Veil gave the order mobilizing theeight Aside from, the saloons, the other negro lawyers offered'their cooperation RECALLS GREAT, DISASTER. nod of Texas opened here today with .
help he authorities in raiding _____ S on their visit to the United
companies at to
local of
infantry business houses of Atlanta are open I a large attnedance opponent
Brownville and the Jacksonville's Carnival is anxious to reciprocate the
call jailing
once. Previously a police riot and oh every side 'there are evidences negroes the union with the preabjtcriaachurch
:: bad been sounded' summoning; all police ,of commercial i activity: The larger who were earring firearms City's Rise From the Ashes. and has made extensive of the United States of Amer

: headquarters. With liberal The crisis now: rests with the negroes for the reception and en. called for
reserves to retail houses. are receiving lea. The convention was .,.
QlvE's. Those who Six days and nigl ts .of rousing of the American squad
_ the t em give
call out the troops,
i the decision to patronage-,- as ,the day wore on many the purpose of effecting a peraanffit
their and remain for' Florida people at the :A brilliant reception on board
this up weapons peaceful
sounded once- more the
big fire tbell wmenteei g. seeurewere, ? on the organization of the opponents to '
of the will not be molested However, carnival, November 5th to 10th flag ship, the armoured cruiser
time.t (caH fprjevery, nember ; streetsyagafajj.; k J; I union. A considerable part of tfeft "-
militia to report forthwith at hVarxaornlng Excpt for the negroes who. left' theIthhf I those'wh persist in making trouble mark another anniversary ot is planned in honor of the of Cumberland Presbyterians of thC ::

11: i61t'vas'almosttwoocIockth1s. a"Liie bIa ilJ r alm for the citizens, police band militia great fire of 1901,' when $ ,(\/) of the American squadron.A state has accepted the union and will

before the flrst squad appeared and jnany-pj thin were;fc the uptown will be promptly and rigidly'dealt worth of property was swept big runion of the veterans of the not make common cause vdlfsenters.

t nj't &" itireets and at. five district Monday m mnhg 'attendingto with by the officers of the law, and the business, center: of. the n war will be held in .

o'clock*" six companies* were under their'"duties'"is if nothfng had hap deastated._ gton October 8 The program --
@ ,
had the LOW ROUNTD TfIP'EXCURSION The carnival is 'to show that The democrats bad a big time when :
arms. qnjiegroes ;, pen d. In the reisdence portion of RATES VIA a reception by President

effect, of .clearing- the ,streets. of the .jcity,: too, ihe 'negro servants are ATLANTIC COAST LINE. sonville has stood -up out of .the and a trip to historic Mt. William Jennings Bryan "CADS

.( blacks. Street backs were abandoned at work. a ater'city than ever before, and other interesting places! marching tome" but he wasn't met

at curb stones; drivers. on baggage' Decatur and, Peters treets, liow: $11.95 Atlanta, Ga. Tickets* on sale to prove the truth of the old the capitol. way down the bay by the yacht Syiph

i wagons vanished and. their: 'places deserted In'as October 9 and 10, final limit Oct. that "a wounded oyster mends at the governments expense. Nick
ever are'
_! were taken' by white .men. Boroughhe .. fa as negroes .are concerned. .Heretofore JO. Extension of limit to Oct. 20, nell with pearl." i .MANY ATTRACTIVE TRIPS Longworth had a big advantage over
hundreds have 'The people 'of Jacksonville do traveler after all
f day of negroes these streets have furnished a may be obtained. AT Bryan as a

been fleeing the city by train and 'wagon for the worthless ne- 11.95 Atlanta, Ga. Tickets on sale believe in grieving 'over spilt EXTREMELY LOW RATES
.stamping ground the fire and The president has abrogated the
and on foot, they have hurried I Atlanta, and their' Oct. 19, 20, 2 land 22. final limit They have forgotten VIASouthern'
I population of
go and marching Chinese exclusion act, the alien contract -
it caused are
from the city tearing the possibilityof Oct 30. Extension of limit to woes -
absence was taken as a good indica- The carnival is labor law, and the eight boat -
trouble in the.near future. Nov. 15 may be obtained.
.toin by the authorities. rommemorate the fire but to Railway law, so far as the canal zone ts eon
The lawless character of the mob $15.10 Birmingham, Ala. Tickets on -
A The low dives, where hundreds of earned. He does things. He Is no :
was fully demonstrated during the sale Oct 14 and 15. Final limit it further from memory.So .. .FROM JACKSONVILLE... .. .
negroes have been accustomed to congregate the-carnival people went to anarchist lIe is JnU a law-killer.
J latter part ot'the. evening.' When ne- ,,"are closed .and .1t Is the .pur. Oct 21. Extension to Nov. 21 may York and imported 1"'the grandest Atlanta,' Ga., and return. Tick- I

preen had .vanished from the streets ,pose of the auuorities to keep them be obtained. Lave arranged for a etc.on sale September 29 and 30;, Olin Past, ex-cashier of the ban o?

the aimless' mob 'from pure wanton- I closed, if, under the law, such is "pos-$37.40 Dallas, Tex. Tickets' .on sale They performance twice a day which limit Octrer 7; extension to October McRae, at ilcRae ,Ga., was arreed 1
final limit 21
Oct. 6 and 7 with
-L eu anddamaged pro at Eastman several on se* '
sible-and it is believed it possibe.. include star features. There will 22. days ago

p.jT' The, crowd, after pulling negro ....,Regular.schedules ,on.all of, thq days from date of sale.' wonderway amusements, a Richmond, Va.. and return eral charges of forgery- He waived
porters from ,the". Pullmans' of "ahvestern t trolly cat": lines have been resumed $23.75 Richmond, Va. Tickets on sale show,. a 'baby showa daylight Tickets .on sale October 1 ;limit preliminary hearing and was plaei j
September 29 and 30 with final
_' : & lUantic' railroad .tr bi and. neither senernor* crews. ex- technic _spectacle 'never before October, 8. under bonds of $23,600 la each. eaH. : j
: .tandins1! may to depart proceeded limit Oct. 8. San Francisco and Los .
perfencedAany 'difficulties,"and there iso' nessed: in Florida and three grand '.
; $34.45 Rock Island, III. Tickets on sale :: bees besieged -
ko smasa itha rwindows ot the day1 The navy department has
Velieve ( one way (second class)-Tick
of fireworks
reasqn Jb Oct 6, 7 and 8, final. limit to costly spectacles to
inventor who wants Jf
and by an
coaches and )'mail ,Baggage car.,
'ets sale 15
or; the black's will renews, the night There will be other' on daily, September
fjhejthen; crosed to the Kimball house > '' leave Rock Island Oct. 16. to October 31. % make use of super-heated air In a marine J
I : desultory firing at. unprotected cars. tions to make' the carnival a
Sur mer tourist rates to all sum- bx
continued the wlndow-smasliing engine. We have always p4
t. and
D. C. and return "
Washington, .
The arrests in connection wit the world of merriment and wonder
mer resorts. Tickets on sale a1iyunti'tI I
irnnaemencansIng. a. loss;ot. everalIfcundred I Tickets sale daily to there would be some other outlet for
on September
-, disturbances ( the*. paL forty-eight September 30, .with final I the large crowds expected to
It than the j
k :.dollars6overnqr Congressional Recoi4
; 30 limit to October 91. :
being given 7 ihe extreme ;
hours are : Jacksonville
limit to return any time before ooh ,
p .Terrell has .ordered, tto::1 B Roiraerj .' "' Chicago, III- and return. Tickets Gainesville Sun.
limib, of the layl ...|: t:' Erodes.When I October 31st. Besides theinterest. that
M.t nta evien;compares: "of. statej: mt-:'. his honbt.entered..the'; c crowded I For any information call on ticket manifestvd in the carnival by the on ,ale daily to September 30; Thomas Dixoa's "meciasman' 1J

4 i )1tI! _'!o companies''from JlaconVand? court, room! there*was*.a" look of|serfirm agent or' J. 0., Kirkland, D. P. A. lic and business men, various limit October: 2L was not allowed to appear ta Montgomery .
tone from each of following piacea: about Saratoga, N. Y., and return
: Q ,a1i sdetenninatiton Tampa, Fla. i iI pris s are showing favor, such and Macon as per annouactd .

Macksen,;,Barnesvmey'Griffin: ,, Rome his.. countenanethaV! .: : Ina:. ..measuretadcat : I the railroads and steamship via New York allowing ten days schedule of the play houses on &C

1 tin .Lindaiel: These-:companies inave l whaasltp/be, expected Will you give us a f minutes of ies!: that are offering reduced stopover. Washington, Baltimore, count of the trouble fa Atlanta &-!*- .

;' Vd'dd are' nd1tjiUth; greets: when. .the guilty jwerex'broaght before your time to show 'YOU 'our new line .Philadelphia or New York., Tick Jig that It might incite feltef fev ':

.. vIttha ;local conpanietetoce. tltf' I. n i r4 '" IWh of better ladies"in the There Ocala Is'nothing Furniture Had Tetter f Thirty Years. eta 'on sale daily to September tween the races. ,'

f' J1 Js.., el' 1J ".m ., : ; ,- es C eJ'n &: t.arraignedff'i Co." x I have suffered with tetter for .30; limit October 31. 1 LT;

I;_ beusand 'men besides: ai \baUOrjof ;th h.arge : riot was ty years, and.ha 8'trled almost Many: other attractive, rates. Kfrkwood1 Mo. has pawed aa finance .

; S it i* artillery".rt **W in" 1 :*-'*iOive.-JihI't>1'.vceB6
-;: I Althm:1P.: .. ,111'11 .,;. uested... ..'from" '''' of expreSs "himsejtln very gang of thugs- kill or maim .every Salve cured me. .. It is'a torture: : T.K. 1d cALL. the totwn iimiti. glaadp-tter art
= ' maztIL< li p\i. ti- ; ;Sp.'J" lot Vthe prf. body that Is opposed to its Irofeices breaks out a. little .sometimes. City Passenger and Ticket Agent, warned that it fer to talk at&st '

_t; tf' l' ;. !J1aSfq.d. 1! fr&-$!- tf St. $ f methods, asthe Brooklyn.Rapid Tran nothing to what It used to do.' JAMES FREEMANi ., the Watfey fcaed-l about tight
Midland Ala.
.t'OJh1' mLnth t t 4J4 are sit railroad does, wouldn't.' cofflr Beach City, District PaaDgeAgent. mile
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BattlctHip Designer. (;to Compete:,, -
-'-eclal .to 'the'OcalaiBanner: : '

r Washington; j), Cy:< 'Sept '2i.-The :SHELLSEASON ,

uvy; department is In redeiptf'of nun '

.Aierous, tnq 1rfes'fr, m'eXx>erts:-In 'nav- '
'construction: in tlvil life who deg: rr \ / R ED RicIYour : .

iio enter the _(competition of tie '. /
.' s' for the new battleship.. Something .."\ J //. .,' ,

.' ,, like' twenty serious proposltlon #"

have been submitted' .by' as IS APPROACHIN dr'

,'sacy sources inquiring. as to the ,Doctor Will F FGinger
'cbief, characteristics and asking for

:tf farther statistics regarding this Recommend Red Rock
!; .' ... ., ", ,.
laiIP. .
\i .
I .' The fact that the law requires avessel
"- of proportions and Quallficaans -
4 at least equal to, If not superiorthe Ocala, Fla., Aug. Z.3 06.

biggest and best of the type .
I :- "_i road has introduced an element of '
uncertainty as to what would be required i As a delicious, non-alcoholic, non-stimulating beverage to To the Trade: '

i-; as acceptable and will result drink at home, nothing excels Red Rock Ginger.Ale. Add,

"7" In ,many new ideas of battleship to this marvelously beneficent influence on digestion, We have just placed order

equipment including the fighting and you have the truly'ideal beverage. an

power of the ship as represented by

.an enormous arrangement of the ordnance for second
a carload of the Western __ V
; and In the. protective quality ''Look for the Red Rock Crown 4O4,

arrired at by lessening the effect o! x'2+1'
r stopper on bottlesIT V
:.; the gun fire of the enemy. The competition -. I, f p % Cartridge Go's famous shells

: therefore will, place the 9 All r Ili; IS YOUR ONLY PROTECTION I R1OC .

if navy department ,ln possession of MAUNIMBCO

some new ideas. ,but it is a question Sold in bottles at all groceries, etc., C ATI NG t and are prepared to name prices

,f whether '''these may be used without and ,
on draught at founts.
:compensation,, to' their authors. It is V
[Dot expected that The improved de- 4IY I V which mean dollars to you. Drop -

sign will come from a clyilan source,

' 'SJthough, as has been.stated, it is appreciated i ilr . .. n. us a card for quotations.
t that details of construction.
and equipment of value are destinedto 1 Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida. .

be derived from the competitors. LANG SWARTZ & CO
The navy department has' sent prac* ( ,
THE "WINE OF THE LORD'S When I showed: her what I am now
Itically no information to these .civ- _
SUPPER." about to prove-to you she said "Oh T. Needham I
Ian designers. Some of them asked r ho
or so much information that it would a spirited that may be all so but I cannot ac Only Exclusive Wholesale Grocers in Ocala
There is contro- cept it because I am a prohibitionistand
been Impossible to comply with
are much versy going on. in several religious an officer-in the W. C. T. U." and ,
e. requests without entailing I
newspapers and especially the Bap- "when a woman says she. won't, she -
well Plumber
bon upon the department as as Tie
tist. Witness as to whether or not won't V and there's an end on it,' you
nin.g the risk of, incurring thecharge THE
I the "Wine of the Lord's Supper" was know: Well, here's, the. testimony. -
favoritism In giving more
intoxicating. Jesus was a Nazarine, brought in {
up Gas r
formation to one competitior than Old fitter =
arioi Hardware _
Nazareth.. The vow of a Nazarite
another.. In the last issue of, the Witness, ) Conjxiy) .
Prof. F. B. Moodie1, of Lake City one forbade his using the "fruit of the ..
: and Saber. vine" in any shape. He could not eat
To, .Drill With Bayonet of.the most accomplished and erudite HEADQUARTERS
eclal to the Ocala Banner: scholors, perhaps in Florida ends an the grapes fresh or dried-raisins; nor HAS OPENED UP HIS NEW : -< v

K, 'Washington, D. C. September 21.- article' as', follows: I the seed nor slims nor the juice unfermented American Wire Fencing, V

t Special instructions are, to be given "The word, tirosh, is used thirty: (and gone to vinegar), nor SHOP ON THE CORNER OF .
feahre. a fermented (and gone to wine) until. Blinds. =
hereafter in the use of the times' in the old Hebrew Scriptures SashJDoors; .and

' new type of which was recently adopted while.yayin Is used over one hundred the time 9f his vow expired. Then. SPENCER BLOCK WITH A ." .'-

f: for. the army .and is about to and twenty-five times as its Greek as evidence that his vow has been ,,I' Paints.. Oils and, Varnishes, YVV

L-be., ,Issued to the cavalry. A special equivalent oinos is used over thirty kept he must straightway drink. wine FULL LINE OF SANITARYAND ;: .- : V Mill and
committee of the general staff has (yayin) see Numbers 6-20. Jesus ; Mining Supplies,
times in me new Testament and in ,
*' *
was Nazarine. until his baptism in ,MODERN PLUMBING '
regula- '
t .:been bard at work on the new every place translated "wine," and .- Turpentine Snpplies
the Jordan. His Nazariteshi ended : ,
of ,
carrying out .
lions. the
the former "new wine Both are intoxicating WHEN '
that end by death and resurrection in a type -
of importance, to
but new wine more so. Improved Farming Tools]
be compete control of he then goes forth to drink wine and ". ,
there, may .a, '"Now it be that the above words FIRST CLASS SANITARY A I
to make better than the old John .
'%to=body a development of skill .*ndRtlnnlation ( GET OUR PRICESMarion
used by ,the Holy Spirit more 2:11.) But when and where did he f
of the: mental faculties. times PLUMBING CALL ON HIM.
one hundred and eighty-five drink wine. There is little doubt that
are the reiwlts
whi h. the experts say
In the Scriptures and always to mean
after his Nazariteshi he drank wine
exercises with the ;
<<; of the new
., The use ,nf the sabre in spirituous wine of different degrees on all occasions when it' was set before Hardware Company
yaeapon "
--- -
"new wine, from the Hebrew tirosh,
him o'n the tables where he
'practice,.to which all officers 'and: en- was ,
s listed men of,the cavalry will be required and Greek; gleukost equivalents times each, used to -ft iivited to dine, as with Mary and It WillPa" .
sixty times, or 'thirty
Martha and Lazarus Zacheus and
is expected to pro and ,
t .to conform. i
mean the best wine or the'.most spir-
others, for manly noble men thoughtit J
"t of mind
: "c mo/e'age coolness,, confidence presence and quick decision itous t, e., more intoxicating when an honor to have Him "recline at You IIIF !

There (used to excess) is.all. without significance their taables," and wine was the or-
In moments of danger.
new to temperance people. Or dinary drink at meals as coffee and
being prepared .some
:. 'are it be that amongthousands of
can tea are with us and no doubt more
,regulations relating to the use of the rrks
Roosevelt be- adherents they claim-possibly mil nutritious and less injurious than black You ,have any Real Estate
'bayonet President I ,
vleves that there should, be ample l1ons-not* one single chemist or coffee. But you say "show us when to sell, V
biblical scholar exists? Or if sodon't "
sabre and bayonet and .where. Well He said "John
practice'with both OR
I_ they want to believe God's'trothbut.
:. ".1Wii \1lat1on, not only with a: view Baptist came neither eating nor _
J. of familllarizing officers ,and men rather "will to be ignoranU"Surely drinking (wine) and you say he hatha You're thinking of coming f&
use'of but it must be the latter since we devil but the Son of Man Is come IF to Florida for a home e8
with the these weapons ,f f1,
of 'other societies .
see many both eating and drinking (wine and
VV them andprecision
: readiness .
la order to give .
of movement generally. (ecclesiastical) who know.Jbetter.: But you say behold a glutton and a wiue OR 'k'l
party zeal and hatred of the sect everywhere bibber" So it is obvious he must
; spoken against deter.them his You desire to invest in any
Congressman Burt n Investigating. have drunk wine (after baptism) IF
V from doing better. They know their kind of Florida property, yeb
Special to the Ocala Banner': whenever set before him at meal
:i:' Columbus, 'Ga, Sept 21. Con- duty but do it not and hence will receive times. We know he drank wine at C

'of the for their obstanacy and disloyalty I TO SEE
''Ife**DWl Burton, chairman the supper which He established for

"rivera( and, harbors- .committee of the the "many stripes." "Woe V to He said'"I. will no more drink it with OR WRITE tar

"'national- house, of representatives ar- blind guides" 'said the Master. you till I drink it new with,.you in ;: 0

: .jived .here this morning and will But Brother Turnley says "the my Father's Kingdom." ...T

:..take a trip down the Chattahoochea Master's preference was for "new Brother Turnley admits that no J. N.LIVINGSTON G &SONS .1 j

-: river Flint and Apalachicola rivers. wine. Strictly speaking this was so leaven must be present on the Lord's .

..for,whtch congress has been asked to since that (gleukos) was "better ,than table, neither in the bread nor in the OCALA FLORIDA. ( t.
ice appropriations.. Mr Burton was" the old" (oinos) which had all been cup. Surely he is right in this and "lj

-g;received upon 'his: arrival by a cornmittee1 used up_at the wedding In Cana when he refers to right Scripture to proveit tl -

of the, (Columbus board of He made six large stone water vessels viz: Ex. 13-7 and 12-9 "No leaven Jerry Burnett
trade and will be the guest of the full for the joy of that symbolic bread neither leaven shall be seen in FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK =

- ard during hi3 stay in the city.- He I wedding-the first miracle He ever thy quarters. Seven days shall ye Merchant BETWEEN: V

.;wm.., be .entertained at dinner' and a wrought-by which "He manifested eat unleaveded._ bread even the first ,

[reception. will be given in his honor (forth: His glory" (John 2.11)). How did day shall ye put away' leaven from
I and New
___ ii i i n' he by this particular miracle-making your house This was the law of the Tailoring. York.

From Maine to California. the bet wine for a wedding-manifest Jewish passover and now that the

Kathrine Reed Balentine only forth: beforehand His 'glory sa that Lamb of God has become the Chris Ocala Florida. Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways. .

ftoughter of former Speaker Reed, His. disciples believed on Him? It tian's passover and the Lord's supper 'THE FINES: SIEASE21PS K THE: C3ASIWISS SSSTICS.:

Iwho is living at Presidio in San Fran- could only be7 in ,a wondrous type of being substituted, when instituted, Finest Imported and) -_ ..,.

ftfoco, (her husband being an.. army that joy in reservation .to be realized for the same reason that leaven. was! Domestic Cloths. ,' THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN HUES

'. Sew), has started a monthly paper at the great 'coming wedding the forbidden in the former it is also in Cutting Specialty

: flevoted to interests pf: woman suffrage marriage supper of the Lamb" to his the; latter. Brother Turnley admits Fits Guaranteed. FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN v

,on the. Pacific coast" which betrothed and well beloved spouse this and now that I have proved beyond Jacksonville. Boston and Providence
and all
' he calls the Yellow Ribbon. the church first born from the dead. all doubt to every reader (who a
Splritous wine is the life and joy wills to know and do the will of God m&d6UARAN;; Caning at CharlutoJ&Both Wa711

i Bridge Whist on the Stage. symbol of the Old and New Testament and who will not be ignorant of God's SEMI WEEKLY SAILINGS.
) cial to the Ocala Banner: .

< Plainfield, ,N. J., Sept. 21.=''Mrs- negative Scriptures ense, either-is minus in a positiveor or plusas will all ()new that) juice all fresh or sap grape of vegetable juice and '$5 A A A BANK! ; DEPOSIT Scthbc'J.a....._............. .-......... ..................-........... frca Lewis Warf,..E:1to

?'U& m. That's All.:' the new. which farce is all algebraic symbols are, Minus products of the soil Is absolutely ,and ,Vl" taken R. R.on Fare tuition PaId. BEST Notes Ucrtibwai: .....................-................... Fraa: fsrt cf Citieriat Strei:; Ju8atil!|

" jOtortj by George V, obart necessarily alive with leaven germs, and cheapest on earth. Don't delay. Write. -<;:r.GEOIG ,
and in this
equals sorrow sense
jp. be the vehicle of Miss May Ir- joy -AUBAIIA BUSINESS COLLEGE. acoaJ'aMcIVER Clyde St. Johns River Line.
will the wine symbol must be taken till purged by nature's process of fermentation -,
'.n's starring tour this season
and ail he has to do now ,
when used with disapproval-to excess -
-. 'given its first performance. here I and MACKA1 Between Jacksonville and Sanford
anf"elryas the church at is to make the good confession and -

,['tonight t -,. After tonight's' trial 'performanse Corinth did for which Paul sharply come out squarely on the Lord's side Stoppiag at Palatia dst r, Saresftri (StLiai) laloa 1ttr1tt! '
the play will be sent on the I rebuked them. and still be a sober and temperate La&gs St. lihas Hirer. .

1 "Dc will go to the Bijou theatre in Vow Brother Turnley.if you really apology.." Steamer City of Jacksonville

_._ York for' an extended engage.dent. want to mow what the "cup"contain are appointed to Sail as follows: leave JackfMvUte daily except SatlanS.J'I.3' pa*
how the Corinthian church Xetta':' Dr.le&ye ..1orl2.Utlf except Suadir*H ,.. .
.. 'The title part of Mrs. Wilson ed just see : Connecticut..Prohibs Meet. FUNERALDIRECTORS. yja a

....IEf who is-constantly In'finandaftroublesto drank to drunkenness at the Lord's Special to the Ocala Banner: g.

'to her fondness. for. bridge supper. .. I have shown how the Master West Haven, Conn.. Sept. 21.-The S.Read utb-B Dear.aa4 SCHEDULE BeuI

,I wal et will be played by Miss,.lrwin. made over one hundred. gallons convention of the' prohibitionists: of RIM'ro

A;;,bridge whist scene .will, be one offeatures.of !L e_' "six stone. vessels" of two .or Connecticut met'here yesterday after .I _-< leave.. 3 3!) p. vt. .....:, ........ ....J....1ukeavwe '0. I ........ Arrirt tat
three firkins apiece-a firkin of ale 'stock of Coffins CwkeU I .. 84SP.m. ... .. ...V. ___l'alatU'J' ... _- ,. .r
Have full Lea i.St.
will a .. ao,
the. play. noon In ,the ,town nail and con- 3 oo a. ffi. .. :, .... Astor .. ..
beer or :wine 'Is about nine gallons. for two A full state ticket and Burial OutfitS: .Special given to .... ........... .+...... Frtada r ---r.r.---.._ .. I JII fi r.
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Burial services.; Arrive.. 30 a. to. : -. Saaterd.11.." __._... .
__V -V {: l ifTo Cure a Felon" Now the question did he drink any of :'will be nominated. Many prominent 10 GO 11.1IL __----N-._ Dterpnw ?J" II w 'I 1 *lit* *L r..
":'Bam,Kendall of Phillipsburg. It?" Let him' answer this;,question and politician advocates, are, here .to Embalming to OrderFor'Sale.

f_'. Arnica, just .Salve cover.. 'it and over the with.Buck'Salve"will- it;,iS; for you and' .your "faith, and order" atttend the convention and will .deliver .. General Passenger. and Ticket Office, 122, W.1t Bay $t 'JacksenviUc; *
to believe his testimony. Will addresses at the sessions. Forty acres, of:fine land Oringe ,
the rest? Quickest for burns : Na pear .. \
cure Marion Fla. Tile P. M. IRONMONGER. J Awt deal PUt,Afest,tn wait Bay St,'JttkftnrUlc.. _
Is,,sores, scalds,*wounds} piles, you accept. it, oar reject .itt .(:hope I. tiqnal Secretary. iCaiderwoodJ will be. northwest Springs..quarter'of.south-west county. quar- W:G.COOPE&L. P'reIht Agent c:.P.tOTEL. teji st.14nIt _

atsalt, rheum.;-,chapped'''hands, you.wiU.not, be,, like/a pious old, lady, one of the principal, speakers._. Last ter.rSectton .,,.toWI1Shlp, 12. ran8..2- AC.HAGERTV,'dettT Foot Eart'a 01 Hogan Pass Street..Ajt.%ckonritJc New York. FU.CLYn MttlTS,Ctal -.-
feet and.Bore eyes.- Only 25'cts.Tydings widow, :.of..a northern ..Presbyterian. night,an open. meeting was held,:to See the land' and 'make me aa' offer. THEO G. EGER, Vice President and General MinSftr. PTt.Afi.* V K. T.
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c /"s ,. WILL TALK FISH.' NEW COURT HOUSE 'TOO, SMALL. ......... .. ........................ t I fY

.: ., United States and British Columbia Mr. Clyatt ; i NEW j

IN IMPROVED WATERWAYS. Special Commission Met Ysctsr f: ,Many-Says it all Contain: :as

::1 day-Will Saving Salmon Discuss From Means Detraction. .-of Room Than Old Building. J Short Coats, Dress and Utility Skirts, Plaids, V dytil

.. Editor Ocala Banner; Materials and Colors-Millinery. :'Ii

She Must Work An Inspection of the ground floor of
hat the Senators and Representatives Say- R
Vancouver B. C, Sept. 21. The the new court house now being built : .,.. ................+. !h+ee++..+........,$..e

k Jf She Would Win-She.Has Larger Sea Coast Than conference between the special fish will convince anyone at' all familiar The- best authorities agree in f Varied Materials and Co'-.

commissions of Washington and British with the needs of the county that a Of'j It would seem that bro

-3 Any Other State. Columbia w ._.. was priginally serious mistake has been made and fering salts with coats of a I greens are to lead for street ;.

set for early in the summer but was one that Is looked upon as a great ca- extending a little below the waistline this season and there is a

postponed for good reasons, met lamity, inasmuch as there is probably rather than the half length that movement in favor of '
.4 Importance to the people of interior using
Ocala Banner
to the :
Sped this forenoon. The object of the no way to remedy or correct It.
Alabama. 'This improvement} woulu nere was prophesied for this season.; These of the best quality. Cheviots? '
t Washington. P. O, Sept. 20.- special conference is to con A new court house was demanded on of rather
variety Lilly in stripes and small
benefit commercially not only the territory come in a great or*
Boasting wore deep water harbors immediately adjacent to the sider and thoroughly discuss legislation the ground that the old one was too freaky but decidedly smart styles. are among the prettiest

than any state in the union, it;' is man- river, but would serve as a check on calculated to work to the preservation -small and inadequate ,to the present I The French jacket with pleated low used for smart specimens
of the sockeye salmon and needs of the county, and the new one :
Het that Florida will have no more railroad rates on practically all pro er part is very much in evidence. for utility purposes, and are _
other matters relating to the fisheries should have been planned not only .
I 'important interest in the ,next ses ducts shipped from central and south- I Sleeves are full length in the more lady well adapted for school!
interests of Pugei Sound and British. to supply the present need but to
tailored styles but one sees and other women. To
ern Alabama to the coast. Similarly severe young
_ 'aJ0a of congress: than the appropriation Columbia.. Including the hatcheriesand have provided for the future growthof .
the improvement of the Alabama river any number of the cape affects and orange tones an dthe newest' ,
o! the river and harbors bill the need for their extension. The the county in wealth and population -
wend affect all points in ,Alabama three-quarter sleeves among the new that run from terra cotta to
members of the commission have recently and in the accumulation of the
concerning which rumor now says which ship via Mobile as the rateson models. Buttons, both of the 'suit anys are especially good ,," '
made a tour of Paget Sound records.To .
"that it Will surpass in size that the river do much toward fixing material and of metal bone ivoryor more sombre tines used for the
with a view to becoming more familiar -. illustrate how the records Increase
of any previous congress. rates on railroads running to the leather are used to a great extentas costume. Blues of a decided! :..,
with the local conditions of the ,. will.say that in .1SS5 the. :
port, and these in turn by the necessity a garniture and braids and gimpsof and contrasting Hydrangeaare J.
Prior to the the-convening. "
congress fisheries.. They Inspected traps nets, deed books then in use were "W s
of competition, regulate rates on all sorts are very largely worn. preferred this fall and win
t which It is
efforts in hoped
systematic canneries and everything connected "X," "Y" and "Z,** after which the
routes to other seaports. The Tom- Skirts for Dress and Utility. some of the mostsul's. fuhlonat -
to secure the corporation of the with the catching and packing of the. numbers started with 27, and the cur-
bigbee said Senator Mallory servesa While skirts of function .
Florida made to gowns continue
people of are being
< fish. rent deed book no win use is No 126
similar purpose.If to be' long all round on
assure the passage of a bill at the Showing that in 21 years more than manyof -

coming session that will more adequately the harbor of Pensacola, Senator Getting Acquainted at Home.A one hundred deed boooks have ,been the smartest models suits have Thanksare due the McCi=

meet the needs cf the country Mallory pointed out, had a good con young fellow who had got into 1 added to our public rewards and other practical_ flaring short skirts clearing makers and designers of faahlV! #

than has been the case with the nection as it should have, and doubt- the habit of spending"allhis, evenings records, in proportion.--. Yet the: the ,ground from two to four Inches. handsome illustration, accotaj

spasmodic appropriations, avenging less will have in the future, by railroads away from home was brought to his door 'space' in the new"clerJts 'office, These are most often 'cut after a this article.

about HK5WMXM per year made heretofore with the west this port might senses in a novel way. after deducting useless walls and par c

With this 'end. In view the well handle a large proportion of One afternoon,his father came
titions is, I believe, 25 per cent less. .
-i national rivers and harbors congress, the grain output.ofKJnlas.! Nebraska to him and asked him if he had any than the lId one. The clerk's office'

an organization representing commer and'even the Dakotas. Facilities for engagement for the evening. The
has only one entrance, a narrow door. .
vial bodies In most of the states of handling this grain at Pensacola and. young, man had not. I ,
40 Inches minus the facings, when it
the Union, which hopes ultimately cheapening the cost-of through trans "Well, I'd like to have' you go should have 'double doors opening into

- to obtain the regular passage of an portation to Europe would affect all somewhere with me."' i each corridor. All the doors are

annual rivers and harbors. bill of shippers by this route. even In. those The young man himself tells what
.f too narrow they will scarcelyadmitan ,
-4 150,000,000, Is securing imformatiOn far western states. happened. a right said. Where i
ordinary roll top desk, and in order
which Rib show the great advantage "In order-to, get these results" shall I meet' you?* to get an ordinary director's table In a -

of liberal of river and har- Senator "He suggested the Columbia hotelat
a policy said Mallory, "harbors must
one of the offices, it would have to
bor improvement to aU sections'of half past seven and I was there.
be to
kept deep enough accommodate ,
be taken to pieces and taken in piecemeal
:the'country, larger'vessels, and rivers must When he appeared said he wanted
and rebuilt on the inside. << ii4i't
Beth the Florida :senators as well be kept open for navigation the yearround. me to call.on a young lady. 'OneI All the offices are too small and .

as the state congressional delegation Only liberal appropriationswill knew quite well when I was a young will be inadequate for the present .::. :'

tate Totted their sympathy with the make this possible. man,' he explained to me. much less the future.A :.ryiY':

Borement and in interviews here "We went out and started straightfor "
Senator Taliaferro called attention terrible mistake has been made, a
bate the that the home.
expressed hope to the fact that trade expansion is and while it cannot be remedied in
: people of their state 'may give it "'She Is staying at our house,* he
very much dependent upon rates of the whole, it seems .to me that some A
;; their active support not merely for said.
freight and that as these"in turn are change can yet be made for Instance,
local reasons, which are overwhelm- I thought it strange that he should
largely controlled by water transportation take ou tthe useless walls and partitions .
-1 taf, but as working for the good ofthe have'made the appointment for the
the country should adopt a liberal in the clerk's office especially ,
country as a whole Senator Mal Columbia under those circumstances.I .
policy of river and harbor improvement the litttie coop in the northeast corner
levy a member of the senate committee said nothing. s'
to get the cheapest and
and make large double doors
on commerce. ..ho has been "Well, we went in and I was introduced ..
.best water transportation."I :
!opening Into each corridor, this will
TV an active worker for bettering harbo to with all formality to my
c" think we are on the eve or our help some.To ,
facilities, pointed out that Florida offers mother and sister. i t
greatest commercial development," .adequately provide for all the
an excellent illustration of the "The situation struck me as funny
he said "and our rivers should be im- county offices on the first or ground
-1 advantages of a more generous, natJeoal : and I started to laugh but the laugh '
proved to insure the cheapest freight for is simply out of the question so
policy toward our means of died away. None of the threee even
rates, and our harbors deepened to I would it not be better to amply provide /
water transportation., I smiled. My mother and sister shook
I put us in. touch with the maritime for the clerk, tax collector
fe ."Florid probably has a more drect *- 'I hands with me and my mother aid I ,
i markets 'of this and other countries. county judge and sheriff nad continue Tl
| Interest in'rlver' and harbor appropriations she remembered me as a boy. but
I Representative Stephen M. Spark I to rent quarters for the others? /
than any other state ir but hadn't seen much of me lately.
man a member of the committee on I I understand that the plans for the: 4_
the Union as it has more deep wa Then she invited me .to be seated.
rivers and harbors ,of the house of second story are eve nworse' than
-tn harbors capable of Improvement," "It wasn't a bit funny then, although ; '
representatives, said that congress that of the first floor that the court
said Senator Mallory. "I am decidedly I can laugh over: it now. I ,
and the committee was not at fault In room is only about half as large as
hi favor of anythiDg'that will cen t ',.! sat down and she told me one or _

ter :the attention of, the people, of 'not ma -larger appropriations, but two anecdotes of, my boyhood, at was In the old court house. ;;j'r 4

the people in general who are not This Is written as a captious criticism i J ,
country l
on improvement 'of which we all laughed for a little.

oar rivers and harbors.- *I do not btu awake, to" the importance of making Then we four played games for for I think I voice the sentiment H
> congress feel that the nation as a and,opinion of nearly one
111'n' Impr Tmi every
I every worthless i awhile. When I finally retired L was
whole demand 'a liberal treatment of who has inspected it and there is a
_ UtUt; k but In state for in-
ere our invited to call again. I went up.
rivers and harbors. They might te
general murmer of disapointment
stance there Isnot a river or a harbor stairs feeling pretty small and doing
Interested In their local project, but
but what needs improvement i a good deal of thinking." I know personally that the cnmraiv
they needed to learn' that all sections
sioners the matter great deal
and that as. a rule at only slight "And then?" asked his companion. gave
mustget: together and impress on of time, and earnest consideration
cost, to render' it of great value to "Then I made up my mind that my
congress that the people want a national and called in an advisory board or
f Florida feels
commerce, the need of mother was an entertaining woman
huger; appropriations policy which will favor the !committee, and they, I am satisfied,
perhaps more and my sister a bright girl and I am
expenditure of adequate sums on tried hard enough to make no mis- ,
than any other state. Take the Apa- going to call again. I enjoy their

Itehicola, : this has about ,two hundred this kind of improvement. company and intend to cultivate take, nevertheless, a terrible mistakehas 9774

-4 and fifty miles'of navigable- water, -"Congress" said Jar. Sparkman, their acquaintance.-Selected been made, and if it, can be rente* 9760

_ but under the presentsystemwe pita "W f give the people what they want. died to any extent It should be beforeit

little. money on' it very aow and [In arousing the people of all sections .Woman's Property Rights In the is too late. semi-circular somewhat pleated model Hats.

4 then" we'putter at It, but ntver'g toy take'a greater interest In his kind South. Yours truly, 'hat gives the becoming flare of the I The question of hats still

.11 The i of thh1'gthe national 'rivers and harbors W. W. CLYATT. circular skirt I
anywhere river is, after all, t To the Editor of the Ocala Banner without a tendency to- to be settled some oomwidin;

never put into such shape as it !I congress is. doing. a great work.. There are a few states where a sag. The dressy effect of the beet: the very small hat win lead
Patagonia Arizona.As _
The of'Florida should the Old Age In ,
should be. The skirts
desultory method of wife's property is under the absolute .depend on their generalcut that all styles will be worn, *!.. .:
movement for larger rivers and harbors a health resort Patagonia claimsto and
making appropriations heretofore in
design rather than the
: control of her husband and Texasis use seems the most probable
have bill their unstinted support. take the lead, for living there is of
vogue kept numerous worthy applied trimmings if
one of them. No doubt most Texas we except Felts are very prominent not more __
projects such as this from comple- Florida is more Interested in water. a ,lady Senora Juan Corona who is buttons and occasional .
than the touches of however than
husbands are so much better plain velvet, sad
tion. Much work .already .'accomplished ways improvement than any other 110 years old and who is said to braid. curled
law that little ,hardships result fromit ostrich feathers either
has already gone to ruin, and state in the Union, if not in the be the oldest living person in Ari
but occasionally its possibilitiesfor long willow like plumes, or
the number of propjectshrdluetaoinh zona. The old lady is as sprightly as
consequence evil are exemplified as in the case The Rage for P'ad' shorter ones in bunches that IV
amount of money required yet Inthe any ordinary woman of 50 or 60 years.
of a woman, long since deserted by a the domestic feather duster Del
be started. and the insufficient amount number of projects. and Is up every morning at five Plaids of many sorts promise to be
drunken husband who bought a sewing soon be as ublquitlans u were
appropriated will be consumed beforeit Hon. Joseph E. Ransdell, of Louisiana o'clock, makes the fires and starts the rage, if they are sufficiently en- cock
machine on the installment plan feathers In the spring W pry
is complete. It then lies idle and chairman of the executive com breakfast, helps to prepare it, dorsed by fashionable women for aU
and commenced to support herself ably go out of style at comp!
by the time anoter appropriationcomes mittee of rivers and harbors congress washes the dishes, and occasionally styles are more or less on trial at
and her children by its aid, but was and in as short a time AU sort;
aroind much of the work already points out that Florida has received prevented from making the second chops a little wood and brings it in, this season. Certainly these pattern fancy buckles and ornaments

done will have to be done.over as much as she could fairly payment because the day before it and helps to take care of ,her great are most attractively displayed at aU used with ribbon trimmings oa

again."I expect: out of the total, apprporiations, was due the husband went to the great-grandeh1Mren-Tuscon (Ariz.) the best shops and in most varied i new hats, and dahlias especially I
about $600,000 in the last rivers and Citizen. and
am fully in sympathy with the bank where she had deposited her lit- fascinating combinations. The mahogany shades are the IItW

.movement started by the national harbor bill, but when It js consideredthat tle savings and drew every dollar of regular Tartans are for the most part thing in flower Cherries and pry

liters and harbors congress and mere are now waiting for com The Ladiess Improvement Society confined to ribbons for hat trimmingsand
_ it with tulle are **s oa
shall be pletion in the 'different parts of the Build Handsome Walk. to waist
glad to do anything I canto Miss Laura Clay says that women of materials for schoolgirls of the most chic h ad tn

help it along. I hope it 'may country projects already' approved by state suffered greatly from the operation The ladies' city improvement society and misses. The ombre or shaded shapes are more decided ia t\

r lead to our getting large enough appropriations the government engineers which re- of a similar law before it was have just built a handsome new plaids are better adapted to older outlines than Las beta the tate

io do away with the hap- quire an expenditure of $500,000.000. repealed ,in Kentucky. She says that walk from O<:klaww'Avenue to wearers. Many of these styles in I'some time. ;.

hazard and desultory methods of the chances for Florida securing the the too profligate husband learned in Lover's Lane, where it turns to go waists are in taffetta or'other weaves. !l VEROXA. CLAIU(._

prosecuting these improvements thatresult accomplishment, within a reasonabletime a surprisingly short time after the repeal out to the cemetery The walk is :

w from insufficient appropriations for her own. share of these projects that they could not touch the 905 feet .long and 4 feet 'wide and is

I II I. under a system of appropriations sayings of their wives. In reply to i built of rock and lime and is splendidly Some Cake Recefpes. spoon salt 1-2 teaspoon almot.4 .

"As a member of the commerce which allots only about E2OOOUOOQ ,- a question as to how much his wife ,constructed and is, certainly an Mrs. Hiller in the Housekeepergives tract.

committee of the senate, I, myself; () per year for rivers and harbors earned by her laundry work ,one colored I excellent and much needed Improvement the following among ether Process-Creata butter, a44

and Mr.. Sparkman of the committee are decidedly slim. man said. '"Deed I don't know to that portion of town. This is cake recipes: gradually and nut meats t

on rivers ,and harbors of the house. ; nothing 'bout my wife's wages. Miss :I'only one of the many improvements- Hurry-up cake-One third cup of' moderately. Sift flour, salt sad

hate worked hard for the state. But No Mosquitoes In Everglades.: Laura Clay done tend to thai long I hat the' members of this society hopeto butter (melted), one third cup of InK powder together add altei a

while we get a good share, and the Among the ,distinguished Floridians ago," effect during the coming winter. milk two eggs, one and one-third cup -

state is as, talrly'treated.. as any we who accompanied the excursion "Jtri* '.\r.1 44at! it be a good thing it some- In December row of oak trees flour four teaspoonfuls baking powder Nut Sandwiches.

cannot get as much money as Florida to .the Everglades was :Bon. "raafc bo: ould "tend to it" in Texas? will be 'planted along this road and one-half teaspoonful salt one Take one cup of peanuts

needs Annual appropriation of E. Harris editor of the Ocala Banner 1:|J ABETH J* HAUSER. the. following'. merchants and other sugar, one-half teaspoonful vanilla. fine stir half & teaspoonful of -

,'fifty nUUon' dollars would give Florida Mr. Harris was in the city yesterday business men of Ocala have already Process-Sift, dry ingredients an with the yolk of a hard boiled _

,a fair'share, such as would offered. to place benches along the
afford to Death.Because
'' < en route home. Starving together add milk, butter, egges and a cream; add one-half tewpoo t .

opportunity for properly .develop :Mr. Harris said he'was' surprised her stomach was so weakened walk, vizr Mclver & MacKay, Anti.Monopoly attract j beat very thoroughly. Bake salt and one tablespoonful ofjuice

ing her natural harbors and .'waterways. the by useless drugging that she Drug Store. Marion FarosLivery' In
he discovered shallow
at two things on
pan or
twenty-five a of
could not eat Mrs. Mary H. Walters, minutes cream
.. 'I would advise the people 'qf trip that there was no mosqui- of St Clair Streett,. 0; was literally ,'Stable,;Pittoaa &:.Son, Helvenston k. ,a modem oven. The ingredients and the finely chopped white of

Florida .to go.:into this improvementwith toes on Lake-*Okeechobee.the starving to death. She writes: "My & Pasteur, R. K Yonge W in this: cake may be in cupful of
put a bowl es a finely chopped,
atf Po a1bleIUatr&ttnr"the vim other that it,was,comfortable sleeping stomach was so weak',from useless J.. Chambers, 0. K. Grocery G. K. all together and beaten be
just before
point; that harbor under blankets in that sub-tropical drugs that I could not eat, and my cKean" F.: Q. B. 'Weihe Steam Bake thoroughly. may -
not as directed and eat while tare is between thla .
ne"es'so wrecked: that I could fresh.Mrs. put
improvements; of.interest to shippers esion.. The 'Ocala,, Editor*. enjoyed sleep i and not before I was given tip Laundry and others. It any others .. ,"HHler ia. October, Housekeep

:at:a distance to a.great" extent the trip" greatly, and. secured some to die was'I induced: ,to try Electric care to add to the ,number of these er. bread.'T

a* to the port, Itself Senator Mallory valuable information which he will Bitters; with ,the wonderful result benches ;please notify the' society. bet
Hickory A saw
Nut theftJ14maM
;t ,ealie4 attention '.to, the,fact that ,the 'wptrt;:tot:,his readers -through the that improvement began at once, and _:The'.ladles are-certainly due 'a: Tote 1-2 caps vsSr \ wwj customer satisfaction Is meal3r
's ,irtiyess at_ of the. :harbor: ogee voles of.t&.tsar'ilEmpa' Trig a complete' cure followed' Best health [of thanks:for ttdrttosgatftlness ; cup butter,. 2 :-3 raps flea ow aim bat Om' gaartntN ..
tonic, on earth. SO cents::Guaranteed In teup'rGnk. i cup hickory & Watte
nuts,meat HottM shoe; spristf
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grotwt.. bl- r7d1us'.A- Ca' ;drrggist'. m ... i this xratter .- teaspoons: baking yowder M tea fJbMfl grad WOJetA juat ....., .

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1 : A a FOR.j"f :mind the.'critIc., t iJnd LEAVE ', TO .SELLMINOR'S' LIQUORS, j :
lhdl7 p1. jd&m $ ,I t JI t.- : :1. Jt t "
j ,. fij_t. 9 11f, it lJJ (.$ th it w'l Memaerr Welcomed falvyindy" City 4ftl ] [ D; -'t : ; ; N BEER f f g | Marion Circuit Court. Fifth Circuit

t (By C. A. "Edwards.) to be imprudent, with this usurper By Her Famous Mayor, Edward H Tison has Tampa- and Jacksonville Florida. Railroad CoA

and critic at the helm to, dispense F. Dunne-Chicago's Guests ..otice is hereby given 'that on the of county commis .: Corporation Organized Existing :*
D. C. 25.-It is
W .hlngton. ,
.> with the forms and usages of a con i Took 'in the City In Five 22 day of October, A- D., 1906, 1 will county. Florida under tae Laws of the -
Sj through no dubious authority TtS3. ISo I Hundred Automobiles apply to the Hon. Joseph Bell, county permit to sen U- State of Florida vs. Eliza
the cackling of geese once saved i r Beerin Election A. McDonaJd.-Not1ce
gra\e' judge in and for Marion county,
a subject ai this really ,
said of
and Condemnation
Whether or not county
taCBomaa republic. requires more striojs treatment 1 i Special to'the Ocala Banner: state of Florida, at his office in Ocala, such election dis Proceedings.

; this"be one of the myths Indicate of history, have likened this babbling of the Chicago, III, Sept. 26-The annual in said county for an order author- Is any there Notice Is hereoy gtvea that to tO

: s.11gus of, the times that .sycophant of this administration .meeting of the League of American izing me, as guardian of the minor of the board to be persons Interested la or aavtaf -

tbaetalag equaly empty and equally I'aboui "the Issue is Roosevelt at every -'I Municipalities opened at the Auditorium heirs of the estate of J..R. Easterling. lien on the folowlag described prop '
meanlagless bids fair to rum the re; hotel this afternoon and will last of October next, erty situate, lying and befog Uk Mar
deceased to sell atprivate.,sale the
recurring: period when voters are .
of Washington I refer to' the not be grant county Florida. and more particularly :
public called upon to record their j judgme for' three cays T he attend nce.*at following property' belonging to said described as follows to-wit: '

balbllng of the office holders uader at the ballot. box ,to the cackling** of. the opening ,session was unusually estate to-wit:' Commencing 21.25 T. SISTRUNK. A part of the southeast quarter of
the' present administration who are Included than'.fifteen of County Com section fourteen (14) township thir
geese but the thoughtful citizen win large and more chains west 'of northeast corner, of
force burning incense on ; County, Fla. 3-7 teen (13), range twenty (N), being ft
now out la hundred and other:officials of 13- -
.- percieve therein as. (have intimated mayors section !5, township south range rightotwsyoneundred&aftfUUQ

: the altaar of their, "idol" that Impeccable something to make the judicious municipalities$ in all parts .of the 20 east, thence west 2t25 chains TO feet wide seventy-five (75) feet oa)

-'- J statesman and puissant hero, grtevc as. well as to cause the unthinking United States. These members were thence south 39.93 chains, thence CHILD. each side of the center line of the
: the, njalatalaaace of whose popular- Edward F. Tampa and Jacksonville Railway Co.
13u?b. What wx,Id be the welcomed by Mayor east 21.25 chains,. thence south 22
';if alone can Insure them against Dunne of this city, and B..' G. Rhett as it is now located. The said eea :
chains thence east $.1O chains, thence
loss of offices and emoluments i iThe' natural inevitable consequences of on Monday the 8th ter line begins on the aorta line of
the this blind head-long following of a, the president of the league, responded north 17 chains tehnce west 7.80 D. 1906 or as soon the said southeast quarter (,

"Idol" himself, has told the "popular Idol" recommended by these and delivered his annual address. chains, thence north 5.30 may be heard, we eight hundred and eighty-two (S:)

t world that the late session .of. con. shameless .rasll'bat woullbe Mr. Hugo Grosser,. city statisticianof chains thence west 30 links, thence for the' adoption [feet, north eighty-four (34) degree -, ,
fress was an excellent body of legislators submitted, the of Joseph F. &. and twenty-eix (S3) mInutes east
Chicago report
the upshot of this of north 39.97 chains to point of begin
satisfying object spirit the court for Mar from the northwest corner, thence '
and on the whole was hero-worship which they," with foreheads the committtee on uniform municipal ning 98.97 acres. 'Also the southwest Judicial circuit south twenty-three (23) degrees tad

:: to' him: and therefore he honors of brasj hstve the assurance to I reports, which was afterwards. thor quarter less 13.15 chains east and as soon thereafter .eighteen (1*) minutes west twenty- .

It with ,the stamp of his priceless commend the proud. high-spirited, oughly discussed. Mr.- Lawson Purdy west by 22 chains north and south in the statute. pray three hundred aau forty <%.0) feet

approval. No wthat the people secretary of the New York tax reform the Judge of the to the west line of the said quarter .
northeast corner of section 25, and
self-centered independent thinkin
section and containing eight tad '
about to perform their high constitutional :
: American people? A spirit always association delivered an address the north half of northwest quarter B. KERVAN, six one hundredths (8.06) acres more

duty of choosing a sue and everywhere inimical to liberty, on "Th Influence of Taxation and northwest quarter of northeast ,-- I or less to be and appear before this 1.

cessor to the lower branch of that and on that account al3.15J'ld everywhere on the Property of Cities.." The discussion quarter of section 36, in 7, 1906. 9-7 I honorable court oa the ',
body and the 1st day of October. A. Dtttfl..
presldentlally-aproved of the paper was led by Ceo.S. township 13 south, 20 east,and
to be promptly rebuked by range FOR .
same being tae first Monday ia said
.4 of the state will fill' the
legislatures the people, bat in a popular government Brown, member of the city-counci1 the southwest quarter of section 31, LIQUORS, rnonthandarnledayofajdcogrt

% racmndc In Its upper branch. comes constituting the most deadly of of Baltimore. At two o'clock the township 13 south, range 21 east. BEER. to show cause, if any why said property

warming forthe the patriotic offi.echoUcru meeting will be adjourned until to should not be condemned sad
Total 521.59
acres. :
perils? And not only in its etect is H.
Keating do-
including members of the taken for uses tad purposes *. shown
After luncheon the visiting
disinterested it the most deadly of perils in a republic morrow. i. The said lands belong to the estateof & Company by the petition filed herewith, or ds

cabinet geenrously" and but in spite of every precaution -. members of the league will make the said J. R. Easterling, deceased board of county to be barred of ail right title aa4

i l3.. "Pr chance, to Instruct and of the judicious statesman, a :a tour of the city in five hundred au- to be sold for the best interest of Marion county, Interest whatever la and to said prop
guide the voters in 'the exercise of for permit to sell
: '.omobiles, under tho direction of Jno. said minor heirs. erty.
peril to which popular governments
their dearest rights. "the right by Farson. will be taken the beer In Election 'Ia witness wnereof. I have hereunto : '
I peculiarly are prone. No lesson is They over This 18th. day of September, 1906.J. ) of saiu county and setmyhandsndaffixe4theaeajfsaid
: which we exist_ a free people, as boulevards and through the parks of such election
more solemnly enforced by the accordant M. EASTERLING. court. this 3vin day ot AufUfL
t :
t Hamilton with his accustomed force judgment of all history ttar and over the driveways and ta the 9-21-5t Guardian. cause, if any there ,. D, 1906.i .

and felicity of expression defines ,it. this. .c. evening' will ,be entertained with a + of' the board to be i (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK.

ADd how do these alleged unselfish banquet in the White' 'City. Mayor Administrator's Notice of Final Dil'. f Clerk Circuit ouft.F .
In short gentlemen of the' country day of October next M. Simonton.
ofice-holdera enter upon th( discharge Dunne, Mayor McCleuan, of New charge. should not be grant- .
are against a propositionthat Attorney for Petitioner. t41
you up Notice is tweby given that on the
? ut their, Important, responsible, and the "hero of the round earth," York and others will deliver ad 6th day of November. A. D., 13O the I
:- telMmpoaed duties of teachers and dresses. Before returning to the city undersigned administrator of the es- T. SISTRUNK. NOTICE. '
have the
Roosevelt must
one stae of John W. of County Com
guides Do they call the attention of in the automobiles the visitors wi'l} Randall deceased. will
"congress he wishes" a republican present to the Hon. Joseph Bell. County County Fla. 9-7 Ia Marion County Circuit Coot. Fiftk
: tae people to the record made by house of representatives which will take a moonlig.* ride on' the lake. Judg of Marina courty Florida .' Circuit cf Florida.
j the members of th last session of the The league will meet tomorrow and hIS nn.u&oounts and make final eettletlement I
Tampa and. Jacksonville Railroad Co
to the trusts combinesand ,
continue serve and apply for his final discharge E
house of representatives who. are I A Corporation Organized and Ex.IstingundertheLwsoftl&e .
standpatters of this country. or Friday morning at ten o'clock in the as administrator of the said
for the people's endorsement estate. P. T. RANDALL. ,
asking forenoon. The afternoons and evenings -
else he, your hero, will refuse to Administrator of Estate of John W. of ta Fifth Ju i. State of Florida vs. Jacob
aad of that great .
br a re-election will be devoted to "recreation. Florida In and
- longer. Its to' Randall. Deceased.
serve you up you. Staniey.andE.W.Ag.
body of senatOrs whose terms of office featuresfor Ocala Fla 3, -In Chan
; What will you' do about it? Among the entertainment May 1905. 5-4-Sra new.-Notice of Coademaatioa -
ar ,about to expire? No those con tomorrow Is a visit to the boresof Pro
I rtderatioat are the very last argu- Fine Brood Mares. the Illinois" Tonnnell Company and the Circuit Court in and For Mar. ceedlngtNotice

menU they would think of using as We have just gotten in a car load on Friday the visitors will be taken. lon County. Florida. ,Complainant Defendant.-vs. is hereby life to tit t
bEtrayed of the finest brood mares ever broughtto In Re Estate of A. C. Johnson. persons Interested ia or having ft
reroludera to the Insulted and the state, and to see them is to ad- to the stock yards and packing Notice is hereby given that on the Service. interest whatever in and to said prop

people whose votes thev'are mire them. We will sell them at bouses. 5th day of December, A. D. 1906 that the defendant erty situate lying and being ia Mi

after. What then do they ask of an reasonable prices. Come and and the undersigned administrator of the : Esther Wil Ion county Florida and more partlo
very .. estate of A. C. Johnson deceased. will Is hereby required.
ularly described as follows, to-wit:
v Intelligent electorate I can best answer look them over at TWO GRIM LOVE LETTERS. present my final return accounts and bill of complaint In ApartottheeasthaIfoftbsor. -
from THE MARION FARM STABLES, vouchers and apply for final discharge
L.. the question by quoting before west
quarter and part of the aorta-
Ocala Fla. 33 administrator of said estate
Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte xx Prominent Russian.Officials Notified F. M. TOWNSEND. day of Nov. )*& east quarter of ue southwest quarterof '

-I -ho. though he has not yet taken the MONSTER GUN GIVING TROUBLE. That They Have Been Condemn Administrator of the Estate of A. C. that a copy of section twenty-three ((23) towasal
'A Johnson. deceased. 6 1 6m once a week thirteen (13), range twenty (20) b-
: *tump, like Taft and Shaaw; evidently ed to Die by Revolutionists- .
t .
Martin May th.905.. weeks In the lag a right of way one hundred aad
is jeaLous of those flunkies therefore, Though Built Some.- .Years. Ago. ,, Has Warning Sent in Woman'sHandwriting. .. newspaper publish. fifty (150) feet wine icrenty-flre
lOUd hU "k V1\ote", ot:' the eam. Never, Been Jeited-Plani. '.JPor" .. : .NOTICL"Two and state. feet oa each side of the center line -'

palgn In aa Interview. I 'now quote Mounting Big Sixteen-lnch September. 1906., of the Tampa and Jacksonville Ball

Mr. Bonaparte rte aa follows:.' Gun Unsatisfactory Special to the Ocala Banner: Plantations for Rent. T. SISTRUNK. way Co. a* it U now located. To
The first containing two hun.1"i. Marion County
over line
center begins oa the fiorta
.Warsaw, Septe. t.-It b as Just
Will 89 Made.
*! am ready to accept approval or More dred acres under cultivation of the line of tae said east half of the aorta..

disapproval of the president as the B -.I "' VSpecialJcLthe ," been. .>[known that tGeneral Scakwi,.jhe best fanning and grazing lands. Leltner D. c. west quarter one hundred and thirty"
o OcaJa) ; Banner : Governor of the 'city has One 'mile from Irvine 9-7 six feet
t tftue for the autumn's campaign. The \ ,, received a with depoton (A"J) SOUth eighty-four (84)
.,' 1 which the American Washington, if 'C. Sent 2fl.- letter warning him that he has been the'land'of G. & G. railroad. [ $ Solicitor. degrees and twenty (20) minutes west
question The other place containing between of the northeast
I There is delay in completing the design condemned to death by the revolution- corner tad runs
: people must answer at the pools in four and five} hundred acres at present south twenty-three (23) degree tad
of the mount of the 16-inch gun
: November !Ij: Will we get the pros'- ists. The of the warning under cultivation. Fine hammock eighteen (18) minutes weit twelv _

dent a house of representatives to built soa-e. years ago'.a. WaerveU .are, quite Interesting. ,and.roman and mixed laud between Irvine and : hundred and ninety-seven (1297) feet

that t N, Y arsenal. for experimental- tic. 'Tha'general is on terms of close Roddick \ 1-2 miles from each place. of the Fifth Ju- thence south eigut (.) degrees ant
back him up in his work or ono Well suited for a stock farm. of Florida, In and
purposes with a view to the adoptionof intimacy with his chief-of-staff, Coun* twenty-one (21) mInutes east twenty-
will thwart him in his work? In brief, the type and calibre as we largestof The latter place for rent or sale. -In Chancery eight hundred and sixty-two (&6) ,, -
will we give him the oonreM he cellor JatscheJfcky. Both men are Apply for details to J. S. Lewis : feet to the south line of said aorta-

wUhea anti ask for a congress as the guns of ue coast defense armament ardent admirers of the fair sex. A Mrs. M. Q. Lewis, Irvine Fla. 9-21-2t. east Quarter of the southwest auarter..'

I It is not likely that there few days ago the general received a Complainant va, F. and containing fourteen and three
nearly as may be the opposite of what NOTICE. ; D. Townsend, T. A.
anothe 'g'in' of tenths K.3) less to' c/mstructe he wishes and asks for? S. Johnson, May
be and appear before tals honorable '
that size and there has been and
requesting him to hand a noteetao Of Application for Tax Deed Johnson,Oliver Fort court on the

N.ote the expregslonT "Glve him the" still .la much question of its location requesting him to hand an enclosed Section 8 of Chapter 483S Laws Johnson, Lena lit day of October A. 0. 190,
coagrea he wishes and asks for when it Is finally provided with a suit. of Florida
letter to his chief-of-staff. The writer Fort, E. same being the first Monday la said

When In the history of this nation. able carriages The problems which explained that' she feared that If she Notice A. Dickson, John month and a rule day of said court
wafc the parallel to this effrontery aM engaging the attention of the army is hereby given that J. to show cause if any why said property *
. : are
sent the note direct it might fall into Bierman, purchaser of tax i. Barney McEK should no be condemned and
.- usurpation seen The congress experts are being worked out on a Nos. 320 322 350 dated the 6th
the hands of some lady of addresse's ; ,irid D.Knox taken for uses and purposes as shown
: popular body which espe la'1y repre smaller carriage one for a 6-inch un. household. The general suspecting a of August, A. D.. I960 has filed .. J. Power Lula by the petition filed herewith or else .

teats the people chosen by them which will enable the designers fa certificates in my offices and has to be barred of all right title tad
love much amused and James L. Mc-
intrigue, was ,
application for tax deed to issue
from their own ranks at short inter- meet all conditions likely to arise in interest whatever In-ana to said prop.
immediately sent for Jatchaflcky, accordance with law. Said certificates I evi Blact- erty.
' vats, of two yean, In order that it the construction of the carriage of
p who., strange"to say reported having embrace the following described Means, Caleb J In witness whereof. I have hereunt
may breathe the spirit of popular will the monster rifle. iuie theer is not received an exactly similar letter withan property situated in Marion county. Smith and J hD.1: set my hand and affixed the seal of

, and bear to the nation's capital the likely to be another 16-inch gun built i enclosure for Gen. Skalon. The Florida. to-wit: Southeast said court. this 20th day of August

demands of the people as to natlona' for the coast defense, it is probably of southeast quarter, and west .A. D., 1906.
two enclosures were then compared. of southwest'quarter of southeast
(seal) S. T.
is to be chosen' not as the SISTRUNK
lestslatloa. "will be
of calibre
that a gun 14-inch Service.
L They were identical, and anounced the quarter of southwest, Clerk Circuit Court.F.
people will not to utter their thought ordinance' office. of section 7
designed by the sentence of death pronounced upon and,_ north M. Simonton,
or represent their ideas but to be selected In fact, experts are engaged on a cf southwest quarter of that the defendants Attorney for Petitioner. 8-31
tLim both 'by the revolutionary com quarter of section 8. and -wlt: T. A. Mathews,
.1 In accordance. with the wishes plan for a mount of such a rifle. The -
mittee. of northwest of John
quarter quarter A. Dickson GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT
tad In order that It may be subser- which reiewed theold En-
_ Taft board tion 11. less one ac-re in : Barney McElreath. AND FINAL DISCHARGE.

tent to the executive. Its'me'Dl.ers dicott system of coast defense expressed '. U., Again In the Ring. comer. All in township 13,, south Irid D, Knox I -

to be chosen not because of fitness its approval of such a' gun as Special! to the Ocala Banner: rang 21 east. I Notice Is hereby given that oa the
Lula Pow-
. ,
- or: capacity or because they reflect representing the 'maximum power In Union City Tena.. Sept. 2<> Probably The said land. being assessed at 27th day of December. A. D, 19C6.
date of the issuance of such Ruth. Power, James r at the court house In Marion
popular sentiment and Ideas but because the ordinance of. the coast fortifications the most interesting entertain. county
-. cate in the came of unknown. Unless Mc lu1leD.. Levi Florida, the under signed as guardian
of a willingness to wear an adcvlclstratl and it is likely that eo".grss ceat fafrre of th( OMon coat said certificates shall be rede W. Means, Caleb for the minors. Katie Mal Mcintyre

I. n collar tad to, do the adalaUtratlon's next year will l-e asked to provide fair, which opened 'here today and ed according to law, tax deed will i C. Smith and John I I and Helten Mcintyre wi*. present Bf
sue thereon on the 23rd. day of O t and they are hereby I accounts and vouchers to the !.
bidding. for such a gun which will unloubt will continue for three days are tbe I -
ber. A. D.. 190G. to the bill of com- Joseph Bell. county julID sad for
For a coagrest of the' people's ,.edly be the limit in the way of cal daily sparring contests between JohcI Witness my official signature cause on or before j!i Marion county, and make rav final

I Saonsln? and one that the neople ibre for coast defense' ordinance in Sullivan, the world famous heavyweight seal this the 20th day of : November, )f O. I!settlement and apply for final

want, there is to be substituted a !this{ country,. i chmplout and, his FparriIl A. D.. 1906. ordered that a copy of I l charge as guardian of the said ml
,. l \ (sealf'S.. TSISTRUNK.. once a week ,nors from the said court.
partner. Thee exhibitions rror.i5l
congress of the executive "the con- Clerk'Circuit court, Marion weeks in the' Dated June 19th 1906.A. .
trees he wlshs and asks for.** I r Peculiar Real Estats Bargain.SreciaJ to be cue of the most powerful attractions Florida. 9-21-C i newspaper publish.I McLSTTRE. :

If. lu a matter,so l Important as that to tbe O-11 Banner:' and Trill tale place every afternoon I and state. As guardian of Katie Mai! aad Helen

: ,Ot the destruction he basic prim* i Patchogue. L I., Sept 26.-John R. in the specially prepare! ATTACHMENT NOTCE. I! of September. 1905. !I I Minors. 6-K-feo
_ :
: : plea of our consltutioa I might Sjsitb, the wealthiest native citizenof ring Notice is.-hereoy given that Marten Cwntr. _1 t.i .

veuture to suggest, to this unblushing patcbosjue. is celebrating his 7Stb Daily and all otters .cOI 9-7 Creditors distribute
He is still stron I! you want a porch screen cha ed that te personal property of th i legatees ,
anniversary today. Leitner D. C.
: rroiihnt."otl< say there is a mare and aU persons having claIr or damaads -
.li. here Is your ctance. Only a few left said Robt. Daily has been 1
)z.en1:1os: itethod than the ono ho and healthy and nay live a' great at ?1.45 and $1.75 at Ocala Furniture to satisfv claim cf Dr. H. W. I '. Solicitors against the estate of Henry

.a4.a'es by whelk the executive and cant years yet. Sjcie time this Co. x Jr.. for the sum of $15.00 and cost .- I T. Spooner, deceased. are hereby

.'illative departments of our soy year. he sold the Smith block in this ; I suit; now unless the said Ro the called upon and the required to present
to ai
same undersigned
f'city as *
Now it Is ta the Atlanta his 'I
'eminent may be consolidated Supose valued at V to' Milton C i up papers Daily ester appearance minlstrator within two years from the
annuity of $1,800 to jump ou to toe Louisville Courier my office in La;e Weir. Fla. on of the Fifth Ju
*,e let the "popular Idar personally Wiggin for an: paYable date of the first publication of this

-: Lame our representatives, and tl1u! I: ,during his life ttee at the rateo Journal. Ttat paper in its scare headlines before- 5th the day of Navsmber, 19C6Mjudgment I County-In of Florida Chan In and notice otherwise lame will be barredby
the statute' of limitations
I of tie Atlanta riot says "Yel
month. Smith will be against
'. a&1' th \ tedious work and large .es- per given cery. HENRY 0. SPOONER.
which nominations and elec- today that by' the time he. low Journals to BIauieaTnnnubwnrnoN by default and said property sold I Administrator to the estate of Heorr

i would Smith, were dead Wiggins would satisfy said clain Complainant TS. T. Sponer.
bjrthe involve. I :
s& : j people Given under raj hand and 0 Defe:1dant..Or.
full of the Stanton Fla, Acgast 10. 1906. 841tASSIGNEE'S
". >.Rl as a still better plan tho oliaiaatlun naye paid the vane property 0T seaal this the 2'). day of Sept. Ser;*

'- altogether of the legist.. In monthly 'instalments Smitha (seal) a J, SMITH J-_P. that: the defend- "

r lite departoeat for the Instances dis a. widower .without chil.den.his and -Uo 9-28-5t 9th District Marion Co, Fia.NOTICE -wu.: David L. I' > NOTICE OF FINAL

under the fa ereby required DISCHARGE.
: sevral
Ololed during the, late se.3Slon'ot' con rcade bargains
Is j.' a W : '' bUt of complaint In Notice Is hereby givea that oa the
frets: In which the "idol"" severely .sane conditions and. con -.; I before
t Critfie4! Certain' bills which were,'yet very shrewd .and 'decididty original D 1907 Occupational, -LIcenses an Ou day of October 190& 15th day of, October, WOS, the ea lr
I\IRiY_ II signed assignee of J. M. Neelf, will
fre that, body and with whji-h nan. CURE i---'_ I October 1, 1906. I ordered. aat a copy
fore, 'he constitutional 0. JtJ"w Jii.ts.urSICtC Remember to procure your na- published once a weelt present to the Hon. W. S. Bttlloek.

.. rtght I had no fine Brood 'Mares. lit CA1'M !?: iJR\ cense for the. nw licence year :I ltt, weeks la the circuit judge of the fifth Judicial circuit

of authority to ,con rn ,Mm We have Just gotten in a car load OF PRo4It HAN VUttTO Bf IU E5T KtWnal H**4 out hat as there ia a heavy .j' '( newsnaier published state of Florida his final sttte

'j. .' .ifjf, because of their containing or of the finest brood mares ever brougi puann foa ftstA&E I*STOCK ot KL NJIJS for doing business without' and state. for his'
Esiwts MM awre AM/s***ma MMMTiUltMajt ( meat and vouchers and apply
Ajwm of August 1906. :
: -. i jNUns cettala, provisions and when to the state, and to see them is to ad'I when on? is rejTiired. : ,
I ?IS HOT A MOO w noes v STOC *> \
I tax'coUector will Issue the S.. T. SISTRUNK. final discharge as said assignee,
We will sell them at The
moat casual reading ot the afore I mire them. IC!*( "(TA few Ml SA1 Ah'4'mci
- 4 very reasonable prices.. Come and and 25 amufOJSAltavAI.L & cense. } Marion county; Ocala Florida Sept. 11. 135.CLARENCE .
: ; !i biHs. would have made it 'clear-look them. over at 6CTA4 % T 'I'j nt) IYCimUWI& JOSEPH BELL f Geo. C. Leitner D.Cf SMITH..

-!! lilT !layman, that the alleged facts i .!%MARION .FARMS"STABLES, STE\li1Ri.-m: I County Judge. & Solicitor- ? 9.14.t Assignee..on

r'P 1'1\ hi1tcTttIthms were.ba5Et o1, A" .ii ;Ocala r1L" EL i. Carney. Tax.Coaec.tor.\ $ '
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Jtottrkt Cochra,,'.' :Fiancee j Says Its .,f ,., ,- ',.. .,_.'. .. .: !Jk
- Giddy and a Glrr. Paradise., :-: ., ,. f +-
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KID Annie Ids. who.ia ,to marry ,..; h' "
is la.Chicago; after < *. '
Cochran .
W. Bourke .
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several years' life.. in Manila v > .' .. ; >' :,, ;. .
The only;strong minded: women in =- .1- ; '''<-'' ;., ._ j' : -' .. ;: !-' ,r :;

'" Ide with, a, quaint .- .'. .," ., '
Jbn1 said Miss .. ,.. ... .. ,". ". "
manner of hesitation, "are some of r .' -

tea upper.clul Folipino.women..They JJ JJW'ho1esa1e

hate,clubs of and state.ant get! talk But into of the:politics rights American. and and privUetei wo-affair :..-.-.. : ;: .:A BROW & BROS ..

good time -
sen are too busy hating a -t. -.. "
to bother about the clubs of any kind.. : ,: '. ......,.. <
bridge .
"All the older women .
but the girls In Manila, haven't time --- .
They have too many other '
for that.
things to-do to enjoy bridge. Manila :: :
ii a paradise'for girls. .Grocers.TJ

""Manila,, you know, is gay and,,,gid ', '. .
dy. Everyone there has the nativespirit '"
of Irresponsibility and there is --3.,
nothing to live for but enjoyment: 't. .> \ ""
.- .. ,. '
Manila Is by no means an exile Its < .' < ."'. ; 'j.' '
dances all the time and .::: '
a pleasure : .
: :. .
eery ort of a party except an ice ::1 2' : ., ..... :-
camlral. There are the army set and : "- -- :
and, the official set and Ocala Florida. .....
the nary set .t { t,;; t' __ .
r'i '
all ,P1t' gvovernment representatives, :..::: ; -. m: .;,' .. ,. ---- .;"
and the civilians whose business.- '; _-.i; "1,.;'" ., C" -';" >; .' .','. .. ,' .. : .' .. ."

brines them to Manila.' There are ... _,.. .,'-. .. .*'* ..,-.,' ,: ..'" .' ....: .
representatives of nearly every;na- < ;" : .. .. '
tJen out there. There' are'cliques,and :: ,. t S-IL 17 ,, ... t
but la general there is no I : : '
; ;
'drawn.* Exeryone knows every : : .
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tae > ;
ODf. : ,: .. ., ......
W* all absrob, the spirit of;, gayity; ,. '" _' i :' ,.. '" ., -' --....- .
had It before we get I
if we haven't "
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time: .. .
l'r .
there, and we. have a glorious \ :; J _
clus' Filipinos mix in: S. t .....
The -$ '- '''f -
upper t
to extent _..f. JIIct.! f' tL'a ..i some : 1: e
with the foreigners ( They; t'lif.<> r >. .' ,. .' s'( 'I ..I\-- ".1.- t... ,', ....... ,,,." '. .-., ,.. ., t ,'' . .---.....-...
but they are'dreadfultforma1: : .. .. -. '" \ \ rl. t- >.x' "* ". .., .. ; : ..... .
informal af .,.. ... '<. \ ,. 'r. .. .. .- -. -'. '- i .. ;
't ..
i neither give'nor attend. ... : ." .f!! r. <' .
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fairs. They would'not snow how to :.f. .. t : ..: ....
behave at them You*see, the .upper :: ;," ;:;' *.> r. ,: k ........

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a das Filipino is In. every custlm and t .y. '-.l' ., .. :=E
Spaniard :, r T : .....
tradition) .;Spaniardandfthe; i. .q .. A ; : > ,
the '" : : .. ....
is toj&'mosi'toraal'person; hi ., ,. .' ... .i
; .

_ world."The women" in Manila? dress very --- i'','" 'N",',.f :',::.':..'.' : -'!t1'T' the : Trade: i ., ; l4"' <,'..' ,, s.,1' -"el......!

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veil; Indeed, more gaily than"the women .,. ., ." .-

of an American city. They wear -.i .... |j < ..., ..-...
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deal of. native stuffs in the ; .. __
- a good .... ,. Co
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cloth, and .
towns, such :aa pineapple ; : ". -
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Chinese grass' cloth, but, they have "" .. .. ---
thelatest'style.6o <' : ." ..,-. ,' as < ; ......

their'clothes. :cut' and; going from ,:""'" .",,'! .... ." ., .... ...- .'._or1' -..- '. ,.. <,.......: -' ... -
many are --,> v ; .. '.j" ". ', '" -' ':-.. : 1: > '. i' ',' .....
Bnro$'. and the United States that .- : .. :': 1. .'" .....
Y behind the fashionsat ... .. .. .. .. .' -
the town L'1 is not t'.hJ, < *. .. : r .. ; .yI
a \ : ', '

account".'early of everyone the heat. wears'We can white get all on :..:... : stock of Groceries Grain; :Feed' : _

the hlnese we want, and ''there isn't -- .:, Our t .. --
I : /i
need to worry But then worry :: .. ,. ---
buy \ '. ... ._. Ie -* ** i.** .
Ian tin the atmosphere out there. *i
Tomorrow jj always better: than to:. .... a'is' I

417,.. ; & for the Fall and Winter era .

+* Kin Ide announced .that her wedding ::: ce, .-
/,will tatce,place early> inKovenvfcerr -
."Although' she declared am ...., .,

afraid' to, say that.t J1.ave': a,, plan at '-

all tone for: wrong every:. 'plan .1 :have,made,has :..:..[ .. : ; coming in daily by' the car load, and we .t' ::1

MUs Me ir staying at the Audi J'Io'
lam hutek, ''WUji*Mr, dad Mrsj. 'Harold :

yith'au*abe. awaits the,condng.ptker __ short .. I
: ... fill all orders on ,- :
.bajtsage,, which was, .lost, Dir ... prepared to
Cocnn has returned to New Yor.: ... : are .-
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GOD WILL. SPRINKLE SUNSHINE." ; ..... ... W'. .. "" ,.
U you, should see- q,'fellow-man with ::. : .;( ;
\ for .
*" I
t a; ,unfuriedAtf ,\ ., ...: : : a notice any quantity'v. : .

>looking like he didn't have a .. 'o' ,i *r- ,. ,! .-. -
world / -
friend, in'all the' ., .
CJo'jip and.Flap him/on.the. back ind. :

Aid boilerHowdp..jQU grasp his hand so aor W'lmhe'l": \! ....... v r-:"f: Our stock is at present the most : : :-

how be' has a friend' in. yon .. ...

\. an"; ".._-. ;:; 1 .
hurtin him '
him what's '
Then ax
..I carried. Let us
laugh his care saway have ever
-.f complete we .... .
'p And tell him that the darkest night :. H-- .

t is just before the, day;. -____- .
Dont talk in graveyard palavar. but ..- \ .J.
;;.... .
say it right out'load- :
That God will sprinkle sunshine in : prices/
,. the trail of every, cloud. ..:: quote you \ .. -.--.-.

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This world at best is but a hash of .' ---

pleasure and.of pain; : --- '
Some days are bright and sunny .
,. --
} torn all sloshed with rain .
And that's Just how it ought to be ., --

for when the clouds roll by, : :::: I It

We'll know just how to "predate! the .. 5-- --- : -. .. S

bright and smiling sky .. ... ,. .' .., .. .', -.". 'r > : '. .. ::::: .
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80 It'U1to take' it 1 as -It 'comes- and : ... ., .... ; "- ----
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dont sweat at'the pores '"'' :r' .. .. ..
don't coincide ; '.' ". '
: eca1ie'th&; & opinion ..:' 't ""

i But always with keep yours'rememberinVcares ; when : : ;-;: i:i ': ': .. I ; .. ,- '. .. .' :..{ 1 :.

your path enshroud ; :: \ : '' f---

That God has Iota of sunshine to ,,' ,I.'". .. f : ."
spill\ behind the cloud, Business -,
Tames Whitcomb RUey. : : >; Yours for More --

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Pad county Census has at last I I -
The .' "
into the ,.. ::S. '
been completed and turned 11" : .. < .
commissioner ot agriculture, showing .. '. .' *?.-.- .' "; ;
.a total population of 12,029 0'4bait : <" ..... .. .. "., ... .;.. .o. ._
':' : ,
of this number U contained in "

precinct number 10 in which is located 4.

t Miami. BRO B'RO j\\

-- Attack Dose of of Chamberlain's Diarrhoea' -- Cured- One, .j t.A.: : ? "

and Diarrhoea Remedy.
era .r ,
I 'WallO weak 'from could an,scarcely attack, attend ofdiarrhoea I I .**' .-": ... -' \ : .. .,. .
that I .
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when I took.a dose 1 1i r.
duties : ..
to my jobs, Cholera and ......'.".... .. t 0, :' 0' .
of Chamberlain's __
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: .It cured me en! -

e Diarrhoea tfeely and,':Remedy.I' had been days taking without other rellet >!' : .... ,.:-i, Y',." .. -. '"." ... .0. ... .. .; '<,"--".' 'd --........ k
nine "

medicines Ie4eefor.Stewart......,.-.cU.:as I heartily of being for.the bowel Ala firm the r For cosunea4.complaints.belt of 1&18.bY Stewart. ; this-all-:now R.m4fetae drug Bro4. G. ...,.. tUU( UtUU ,uu ''un"!' n{ ,i lU it, ''UU lUUw.uu ;

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