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:
October 5, 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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fI' :'" "7''' *,, -- ;. "r OPENING OF THE HIGH SCHOOL. THEY'REAfTER MARION'S 'SCALP .. '. J .. _

fJ M : -KODAKStV Monday morning hundreds ofchildren'could Fair Commissioners-Meet in. Tampa-' MUST DO BUSINESS

be seen :wending.. their Colonel' Rogers Will Ride In

\ ,<'. .'i. e way to the, school house and the Wheelbarrow Manipulated. WITH
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t1'OM school year was to begin .today. Manitee's
; 1! by Representative
\ t" '. : The school opens this year with EVERY PERSON, be he merchant,

..... ,... __ ._ .. hundred and Professor farmer
.. .. ;1'> i" 'over a new pupUs A number: of the commisisoners of or whatnot, who counts for = _
.!..,.. 'j' '' AND- ., Workman is very enthusiasticover south Florida counties' to the big fair anything gets to the point where. he '
"- .' ::'. : : the'first- < day4, school.. It- gives ta be held in Tampa next month MUST DO BUSINESS WITH A

:: 'promise of being the best year, .m met in that city last Saturday and BANK. 'Come along with.

PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS many years. as guests of' President Brown, took ,accounts. With our help many of the -

In the first grade Miss Nellie Stevens dinner at' one of Ybor City's popular large businesses of today grew from :-

: and Miss Mendenhall are In care During the dinner the Manatee small ones. .

AT 'l'Hff barge. Miss :Stevens is very much countyrepresentative made a"bre&k.

encouraged with the prospect for ." which is likely to cause a MUNROE & CHAMBLISS

POST OFFICE DRUG STORE the coming year.She has seventy pupils good deal of amusement at his e'' 5w" -

", on her roll This Is :Miss Men- pen e at tte proper time. BANKERS. :

''I:, enhall's first year. Sunday's Trbune says. .

t. In the second and third grades Miss "At the meeting of fair eomnJs- [ .
Fanny Clarke .and Miss Margaret
oncis yesterday, Commissioner Geo -

.1 Taylor are'in charge and on the first liggin, of Manatee, stated that.h. PROGRAM FOR OCTOGER 17.. S C
1 day they have thirty-seven pupils In .
: wished all present to attest to the -
-i .; ,' the second grade and forty-eight inthe Commissioners Program
fact that he had sworn to ride Cot .Adopt Official RL.s1

: ',> < ., :V;{: 1- third. Rogers from the fair grounds to the for Corner Stone Laying <

.: t- In the fourth grade where Miss than Orient restaurant in a whe 11 Ceremonfc*.

; 'rllCllj1Uogs. Carefully Filled:" '..: ', ', .. Fort presides,. there' are forty-seven' \ rrow, .and there entertain every The board of county commission. .fLL
.r.' pupils. dinner this is at their
coiut-issioner at to be ers meeting Tuesday adopted

.. :! ->- In the.gramer. department the rooms 4nr.e in case Marion county proved the following program for the occasion -

"R PENINGS ABOUT TOWH.MI88 1 M rs..b W. Aiken and san. George. .have" been changed and the two large rictorious- Other wagers were made. of the laying of the corner We Have Now in Stock .

r ,1. _,_ have returned home. from>' a' visit. 'to rooms which they formerly'used* but that of Mr. ,Riggin appealed more tone for Marion county's new court the Most Complete Line of
i ,' SARA ELIZABETH 'HARRISI middle GeorgiMiss .' '< have been cut into four good size
!'tru.Jgl1 to Cot Rogers; who intends; house. Slight variations may, how..
Local'"EditoKMrs. I ,Lege Butch' is-; going-< -toi-) spend grade rooms, ,whfc his ..a'great improvement -; holding the hustling gentleman from ever be made before' the' time should RINGS,that Can Be Found. _

Manatee to it., If Marion does 'not he committee on 'arangements '-
the winter In Ocala and attend the Miss Pasteur who teaches' the fifth ,
p ae and children of Lakelan't,j hIgh school. -, winr .Coi. Rogers can be reieduPOx fit:- Anywhere..
Qea1a ? ? .
..are.the... guests. >. fcMr5$nd"Mr; ..C.l. 'IC. 1 f .,**, "- *- 4 grade, has forty-five pupils and Miss tJ make good"> In some 'other way. 1. The 'grand lodge of Masons will : .stJ
'Sage for a few days.' Charles 'Cfeveland left"Monday for May Turnley "-1 know you are after my scalp, meet promptly in\the, hall of Marion -

Winter Park, where. Vie. will attend forty-five pupils. gentlemen,*.he said; 'but Marion is {joins Dunn 'Lodge F. & A. M. at 10 o.c1oc1a. H''S 10f -,
i Mrs. W\A. Pelot and"chUdren, Car. Rbjlins 'this winter, -'* Miss Hattie Dye who teaches the to beat' "' "m. .

: ,lie and Dora and Marjoa, ,returnedhoaie j r C<' '. seventh grade, has ail enrollment of ,Col. Rogers has notified Mr Rig'gin 2. Procession will move at 10:30 '. .'". .

Sunday from a visit to Arcadia 1 Mr and Mrs. R. J. Knight, of thirty-live pupils, and Miss Georfga to-have pneumafic-tlre put von south to FL King avenue,'thence east
tad Manatee z cpstar] liver; were amo gthe visitors Borger has charge'of the eighth grade .'
W 4IH rr' 3 g S his wheelbarrow as.' a steel shod ve- to residence of .CoI..'R. A. Burford;
r +ro. -
to the Brick"City Tuesday. with an enrollment of about .th rty. hide Is too rough riding. thence north to Ocklawaha avenue;
Mr.-, James Pyles of Inverness, The high school with Professor r
e 'tt 'Sunday with hi*- :mother :&I d'lItten'he _Mrs. C.' F. Dittmar'and:children, Workman' in, charge withM/. H. L. Fuller-Bare o. thence'in.west de to' corner stone-of courthouse
following order: Musicin
H eis,'connected'.. .witt-' :wh"dhavespent: the .summer''in; New. Mattes; )first assistant and Miss Miss Edna Barco the daughter of front, the Ocala Rifles_ the mayorof

tie, West Lumber;company .In,,Citrus -York"; state. have-' returned. : '_ ..'.home.' t Sara MsCreery' 'second assistant, 'in- Mr;; and .Mrs B., B. Barco, of this Ocala, and chairman': of board oi '

county, . -. M/s.. ,H. M.. Hampton returned,, home cludes th& ninth, tenth and eleventh. city was quietly married' Thursday county commissioners,, the board of FredG.. E. WeihiJI.
< gradeS evening at Bartow, to Mr, Fred N.
from her county commissioners citizen's advisory
Mrs. Gates \andr'daughter Miss night summer trip
In the high school there are about F1 'lel", the assistant stamping 'clerkof T1aa
fn : committee, legal adviser and .. Jewtiir.
Ines Gates 'of Lake"7eir, were' In which' was spent Hendersonvnie, .
seventy. .-five. ... .. pupils., the Southern ''Tariff Association.
Ocala Monday' and will spend a whileber : clerk,. the city council, the Grand
Rev C. C.. Carroll of the Baptistchurch announcement of the L-J
.'- ;Pitag: fi mlCtfttG: lr >A.The.eongregation=> ofthe Presby. Lodg of Florida, and visiting Masons.
tertari-wch 'cll'Sundv Lie detghted 04du ted the opening exercises as a complete surprise to the
aunt and 'attend the Jpgh"sehool civic organizations, BO desiring, in or- I l I
$?V:.- .... ._']__N. .." ''Utt. Wiiiveity?sweet so1qt snag" J jbjp YMissLouise. .and gave the pupils a nice friends of the young couple. They ganized bodies. r _
Scott. little talk' which was very much ap returned to Tampa Immediately after
and ''Mra, T. J. Blalock, of Fullla. MUSIC.
: '1 predated. Then Mr. (X L. ,Bittinger the ceremony and are now at the Needhani
: 4u ., after spending several 3. Opening .prayer by grand chaplain
l : Mrs. W. IV. Strlpnngh8.Dd.. daugh_ gave a short talk which was alsoenjoyed home of their friends at their residence .
; ; F Bla- J .. 11:00 o'clock. a., m, ,
Jyt'Ita : fHhth, >trj,son, Dr L.
ter. Ellen, returned home Sunday '
by the 'pupils and teachers. on Beach avenue.z-Tampa Tr:
1ifk. and their daughter, Mrs. G, I,. 4. Address of welcome In behalf ofOcala
night from Hendersonvflle. where Most of the day was spent in 'examining 'ume.,
fayter, returned to their-homeMoE by the: mayor of :Ocala. '
:.. they: event the summer. ::. and grading the pupils, and Miss i Barca has on several occavisited .The Plumber i-
; Ii".. ; -4< 5. Address of welcome by the chairman )
t "'. I ... things will be In working 'order today al,.\:ts relatives. in Ocala and of theboard of commls-
t Mr Joe Davis the model farmer.of. county
} when :work will begin "In. earnest.A f":nf bg remembered by a host of
*.Amongt the prominent Marion coun- the Suinmerfield vicinity was amongthe ( !>sr, in behalf of the county

Ites In 'the city Monday were many strangers in the city Monday nice little library has been fit- frionds. 6. Response by the grand master 0id) Cos fitter -

Messrs. M. L. Payne, ot'Fairfield! ; C.' He will furnish .some prizewinners tea up with bookcases which con- :Most Worshipful? Charles W. John. :
tans'some books of reference ? Little Child Passes .
%: Priest, of Anthony, .R. I* Barnes; this year as he did last.. for. an son. f K.i
matter which is The four months old child of Mr.
good reading ,
oC Donnellont and George Pasteurs, the Tampa fair. J ': 7, .Format. introduction of the. chairmen -
: i by the pupils of the grammer and and Mrs, Henry of Dunnellon diedpncsday f I I HAS OPENED UP HIS NEW
of the board of county'commis
of Anthony.! ..... i .
... high school grades.. : afternoon at the Montezuma
\ ,NTs. F.5 R. Bridges and two child sioners. ftom.- January 1877 to date. .
Many of the patron of the' school betel in. this city% where the little II S.Ho.P ON THE CORNER OF _
kidise Nettle Lisk of Graham vtlle, ren, who have been spending the :MUSIC., c
s It4 Mire America: PjUans, ol Electra.A5trday ? : sumer 'in Kentucky, have returned were in attendance and were ,.stitch' oxe-- with its mother was stopping. 8. Ceremonies f of, laying of- the corner '
wh pleased with the outlook; The remains' will, be taken to Dunn- I I i SPE, CER.BLOCK WITH A > : -
for > i
11I\ : Tallahassee, re home. MisS".Man'ingtou. Mrs. Brides' stone. :'

y 'iUl! attend the fTorida Female_ !'slste-r.. Vho taught music here last ,1: elon this morning for interment. We 9. Procession return to the hall of FULL LINE OF" SANITARY f4 -

+Mlkge ills Ask will .take tap'-her i iiune winter. and.' 'Jived with her sister, A Trip Down the Ocklawaha.Messrs ender the parents .OUt'. .sympathy. Maripn. Dunn: Lodge; terwhleb alt

}n the college from where she.j will not 'return but Will spend the .Patten 1. ,and Charles" jgqward present to take of dinner provided by r. AND MODERN PLUMBING
Mr. C. J. McCraney Marion's efficient
"stJiwella're" ,
#iil jrraJuatd. next year.. MIss.pllja winter-put., west, 5 and Mr. Charles host the board of, trade. of Ocala & ,
R 9 will pursue a./course in:: the-trim; .:" ; :-t ; of. a jolly x party going-down the, Oct game warden cf the south end The': program.for 4 the joint. discussion GOODS., WHEN IN NEED OF
of the county, was in the city Tuesday
tter/nrten department. Mr and Mrs., H., U Anderson ajretpenii lawaha.- between; Napoleon B. BroWA* r '
:5?* -.* -, :-r-- s --\" .New-_' 'York '5ty 'The? party left Silver: Springs 1'ontoy on business.. governor. and' f on. John S.. Beard, FIRST CLASS SANITARY
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IvPtLa.Lom SI. Graham <>f ,Connor, aria' are guests" at the.- Park'' Avenue morning .and: expect to-return ,Saturday Miss Karnestfjie Broqks is spgnd. pro and coupon the .drainage of the 'I' L

t its anon thq,Acala .p an; s )'"et hotel 'Th'ey wilt. sail for home wfdiTesday .- ing the Ocala with fier sis, Everglades will be announced later PLUMBING. WALL ON HIM.

y ."Monday; Besides' pf "on-the ,steamer Algonquin. In theparty are Misses. Louise ter,. Mrs W. W.' Clyatt. and will By the chairman of the Marion county e f" _
Scott Alice Bullock, Sophie How .
.. .teeone, of the DaU er's most .prompt Miss Frances' Anderson Js.a "tat:""- attend the Ocala high schooL \ democratic executive committee; f' ,ti.
tf.t CaptaiaGaham, Winds,,his .yassaroueg5e- -'for#*the.$.wtate? "and ard and Miss Margaret Stilwell. and H. W. LONG, .i

,gpy..papsr'9ta..everaLt }11si..LUUa4ndef ,1vuLspend.Jhewinter 'her guest Miss Ethel Wilson, of Savannah Mrs.: E. P, Moody and daughter, Chairman. i. lJDff.el nQl. -
Messrs. Patten Howard, ........ sS
dtsitant'( (fiends to let 'them know atTroy, N., Y: atending Miss: Louisa. have gone to. Jacksonville r "". -- -i"- ..
Charles. Howard, O. B, Howse, Chas No Fair Appropriation;
wht J.. going. Marion.-, "- 1 school. ': to visit 'Mrs., Mo x1y's son and iL.D-FULLJU. L.I ri;a i 4 tI "
.... CoL Mr.. M. and
'I t" 1 Stilwell. Mrs. Stilwell will chaperone Rogers L. Payne : & 6ULOCK.PentW .
tJ",,_.:: -; L daufhter-in-law, ilr. and Mrs. Chis. Mr. i FCttU
C 1.. before
Oa Monday i afternoon Miss ..Kathvto .!Ir" W. H. Moore, of Lake Weir, the party Moody Bittinger appeared i sover3lnrrotaceeatau.aukoc
'Tis needless to' .that this jolly the board of county commissioners (, __ -
Lidie MoHpmnH In town Tuesday on his say
; Mara Beulah Hall and was.. way : ;na..ii -F
ptry' will enjoy the beauties and Tuesday in the Interest of an appropriation i -
| delightfully entertained the home from Jacksonville which Mr. and )Mrs. A. R. Toph and little '
weirdness of the Ocklawaha river. from the county to assist In r
the.homQMrs. he accompanied his daughters, Y
"ftflq Gamma Sorority at point Raymond have gone to Jacksonville B.IICG& ,

ol ., )!. Ham.,In'honbr'of'the new iUCl and''Etta. They have gone to for a few days. Before returning making a suitable exhibit of thecounty's .

Ilaesaber&-Brenau' Notes ,in Atlanta Athens, Ala, to attend: the 'Athens The Commissioners. home -Mrs.' Toph "and Raymond will resources at the Tampa fair. ATTORNEY-AT.LAW

"t !egrnal This Is Misa Hall and MissJiltDoupld" Female college one 'of the: oldest About the only matters to come before go to Dowling Park. These ,gentlemen made verjr earnest OCALL tOfflct la Gu r.Alw'. Slock.,1.0&1)1. -> '
in of thir contention
second year at Brenau.a4 schools In the south, Miss Moore a the board of county commissioners appeals support J

1-.1' they are very popular. '.with theirOcala'ii sister of our Mr< Moore is presidentof ; meeting yesterday out of the Shipping Immature Florida Fruit that the county should by all means EDWIN Sl'1'Y'JtL
be represented at the fair -
ordinary routine business was the suitably -
i' e.u.ce I &t" the Institution. Mrv and .Mrs. Hurts Sale of Good.
,Moore wilt shortly ,move to''Ocala, aceptance of the assessor's;" books, Unless Florida realizes her folly but to no avail The board took the ATTORSEYATLAWtOCAtA .. .s
t y-; S totw
55 '. ,M... iN... J. 'G ttlle1f. boss from: ,which point ,the "former 'will i approving'. program for the corner and stops shipping unripe and hums position that as the county was being rp

''TUetegrapber_ ;wrhyhaxiastrret travel, to' -the'fnterest; of:a large. ad--i stone laying, and hearing Col. Rog tore oranges and grapefruit she will. put to considerable' expense at present B. Cii, L ; }
...., i ers' request for assistance in getting with its court, house building and J S ;
w"yor -
= ,gw ,.. aogeltT conega be the means of her' own undoing.
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I L: 11"P.... '' : theseion: (poi" ,... thePi up a' display for the'Tampa fair.The The,local trade'doesa not feel the.need other needed outlays of money, economy DEXTIST.. --

N..... .e,- t 'rapbens; $()- : i 4! f.dt S wild- ff; Sir z B. latter was deferred until 11.o'clock. of oranges grapefruit sufficiently must be used,in, expending the OCALA. flr.......

: e kU %: t;>efrl| Jl vii'; shad F:.> Adams team' tup i .f day from today, when the board'wlll take up to buy what, Is being offered at the funds. RA decided. against the appro PAU.OSFRECKIF r.,&1UILUN&nORftIY.&Y.UW.. ;.;

It*. __ tat \Utft {ilfiH (Jsays tatM'i'J spu\hl''Lake: Y Pei_ 'on vdattt..says.iyie badness. Mr,I the matter, and U it seems the will I sales. The samples displayed in the priation. : -,

.' _. :.Qt J.k! !"r. & t s' hq eP .< ,:j zbeglnniitg ta of' the people they will give the cause t auction,, rooms _have ,,caused a great Game, Warden's Notice. .
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/ier .', 1if'1< lM'Ti-.,:Iae : DMHI&J roni \ : key-bttt the.'b1alk of9rtf such assistance as they deem suitable deal of disapproval, which if the FlorIda lioa'" \ iiuiMst
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55 5 y *it be r ,better 'qualified ; lige crop--JF&\l'Jix$4 will not$&go,.,'"'to markEoir and consistent, .I, 'growers. would. ,:hear wield Incline' persons Notice want.Is hereby a. deputy given game that warden whet _.,...._. 5-----...._-.,, ...,5' =

*, to uaaketrip': tot da te-Jtti e the*"n x t'stay &f8. He con.aalna ii in i. 'i i him toward' shipping the fruit In a appointed the. request must be accompanied : AND PIRPJ 1:S

turn, ; ,i!nc ler-bl all. the .latest "of tl& batonition, of the Card' of 'Thanks. !better condition.. The fruit has. to be, i with a properly signed petition -

.5 t4e, <..,.feu1on. at." ",fhe'phota, yvJQll
rig..tlon. of ehich he 4' tev the ,county"and' especially! EbetweeoSouta Editor Ocala; Banner :anti allowed to remain for some time C. J. McCRANEY, N dmolaSSi'a '
session. Lake TVeir' and BeUeflt1w. Ht" Mrs' JJn say and I wish to express ;
tJt.rineia. ",.. .. before It is put Into consumption.Why I Game Warden.. Stanton, Fla.
,-' ,tinbei 'lnen in that seca seem sur.iai f ill: of;pur friends, ,' -'Ac.
says .fruit to I
'" the was. not allowed remain [$-3. 6t, VT
*, f' tman, ''arr ved f home ta: take_ ..a; deli iz : ? tig1 trees In (k Ja who isavft begin so kind tons on the tree the time it was.In. ,I ," .. R trY .... -

: ......f'atte' '\ !ite. a tedlonsTrip, across: the,;road aI1d< Jetting|th lay and, also. to say that 'owing to the warmer Is a question. .. f We handle the famous White House J'i v1 *Y gain
: ., $ rean:. ..whereshe..ha? there' ; the : ;' physical disability and :work In preparing : .. and' 4f{Tttlffi oJ
: Mbv1IIM ; for .pabll<5.t0\drlv; afound. l ..If the markets were bark there would: Shoes for. ladies. and gsntlemer* .,# .1.

r 3f ,, fa;,',the pat, two paontts! ;wish Iisas also a strong\:advoeat ;(post. to' leave .we ate: not able tocall !be.s me,eXcuse, for shipping the.fruit the Buster Brown jsboea' for girls and 4 't tu Kill 4aEF to HtIWtf 3nrt.

ode" Wf wasdelied: in Ab ban tn ',the, .cpub1k'n_ :- >ad :': : and. say goodbye Prayin: -.f.ioq's [in'its, condition,but conditions do not Joys" These lines cannot be surpassed: ,. t .ad mUtt W ?

( ,gee't.raJns' which i. ._: .- .,s.i i .' ,choicest blessings upon then and, ail' I warrant it. .A broker on opening' an for quality; md prig Com In ands >.. 1'J\Vofr..dr.; 'TN '
}th+ 1pa -aif'i ad 5.-S HadTetter for.Thirty y : the:people of Ocala, I, 'amSincerely .
,, S \ : ; orange displayed _for a, sample in. one them.. The':Fair. xIt; &&$1* twetty dsJk sad 11M
the tabs t ,aot.: run. Mrs; I.: haTEsuffered'wltbtettetz:MUU r ,' *"
,, rooms at .11 LWi..j t tel.Viertd .
:= -. tJ:7: 'IJld.have tried'U11l the auction, ,found! it as ,sour 'Wt 11t1o\for #
'1&,,' ... 'lp:.and 151 ,remedies with' little ,!fiiif1.; WL, C. tlNDSAT. as ..aemon.New: York: Produce the Everglades .should be drained le JI'TQi U '"'" Tp-\ -

....,...:....ti.c.IB ti frieniW9 f.:. i Three :boxes :'of. Chataberldne fi ," News .the, state win thereby make 'it <, & :.: -

.. 'oi i H. but bee, 1tl"th fib Salvecured1,,me'_ It- is ,a; tq ture>4{, Call on .H" W. Tucker: if you- are :: possible to build railroads through WANTEB-Two good teams u4 s.'

-'" IWe' and the thoughts of breaks :out,:a' little,, sometimes but u.inktng'ot'] '' having anythingdone; in -We have reduced' the prices on all it at'.less. eipeasa: than. at present. two fwd .work hands to fcs&afewrf

.. .!'- _'1i.,,ei9' b j (-be.baclci Bet nothing et t to:what id,'u Ctif r Ala! to 'do.Chamber--IX:Hi] the' electrical 'linev He guarantees summer dry 3goo ds. Inspect pur'stock This" :would, be' another way: -to help -a mill Apple to W* J. -

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Mrs.' S. H." Gaitskilf and Wife have Special cSrresp6naencerOcaIa"Banner.; His"Departure: From 'the' Cuban"'Cap- YOU WILL GAIN : :;

returned'fram=thblrwisif to.Kentncky; ,There will be a picnic at Mr, J" W. ital was_so Quiet I and Uuostentatious, r' :

_. f :.Dt_Clark.WalkuD..returned..tQ"; 1113c..l. wQbb'sarm,. \ bFY..t.ri l ,. .s.-ro .Hardtl! ,Attract :Attention-.. I ...On,. .disease ..ofthinuessdq aek \ ,--- ......,..... .:P'c- 'i"i:::

ysv ln Baltimore this come and bring well filled baskets.f Family Seemed Affected-Greeted d hildren: is. 8crQf\! ajn.; adults! yeaI
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tbdAstud of ? : pVK fiiepfior With Cheers' at1 Depot ,
etO"agaln'&e u p r. pIacerir'welMcnown} as :onsumption, Both have'pourblood TIME IND

hit profession* '.. *. >, :agood time"' nd-.we' wm'try andmake ... "both.need more' fat. I (
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Special, to the Ocala Banner j
then ;
.lor have'a good
f Addison Tloblnson; you These diseases thrive ,on leanness.
Havana, Oct. Ex-President Palma -
I4i U here going to school. and ,will sure. !:
; departed from the palace and the means
beard with Dr' Walkup. Addison will was an ice cream supper at
house night U capital of Cuba today' with a. leave- them;; .cod ,liver oil w SAVE MONEY j
klso help in the drug store, and get the school Friday ..
taking so quiet and unostentious thatit makes the best and healthiestfat
f toe dots he can on pharmacy, .as was well 'attended and a nice sum

fee anticipates making, a'.,druggist. .of was- realized-. from. the sale of r xy- was scarcely realized that he had and

tinuelf. freshments." There was'.a beautifultray gone until his special train. was .traveling If you sand us $3.00 for your ogoual subscription to THE

f J, L. Billings, of JacksoBville, is of fruit -auctioned off also sev? eastward.

faking after a business .deal he has eral nice cakes. The proceeds went Ail the. family were visibly -affected -SCOTT'S -SON'G0d t one of these) .splendid!. Urns! _,!.ep rs.
the circumstances surrounding "" '
the erection of the church. % over -
in view at this place.. to new
MU Edith Brant, of Greencastle.Ind Miss Dessie Leavengood Misstora their, sudden departure and a The Sun is published weekly and reache sits subscribers every

baa been visiting W, "EL Allen Turnipseed and :Mrs. Annie Aikin of little more than four months after EMULSION Saturday. _

and family the past week. Ocala, spent Saturday and Sunday Palma had been inaugurated under You need teh Sun if you are at all in terested in Florida events

J. K. Christian ,of the firm of with their numerous relatives and such apparently happy auspices.The The Florida progress. rate Is. .00 '
entered 'closed is the easiest and most effective Subscription $ per year. ; ;
Christian! &: Dickson company, of friends at this place. The girls for- ex-president a Send, in. your; subscriptions of $2.09, plus $1.00, between now and '1 .
.Hercando was in Dunnelton the past merly lived here and they always, find carriage and was driven rapidly to form of cod liver oil. Here's, November 1, 1906 and you will receive a watch like the cut print :

week looking after: the flnn'a ..intextI ,- a'warm welcome for them.." the Caba'leria ,wharf followed by natural order of things that ed ia this advertisement and 52 visits from the Sun. ;':.

has ra Miss Blanche, Carirngtcn .was visiting Ser.or Montalvo in an automobile shows why Scott's Emulsion is ; The Watch is not the usual $1.00 class of watch that is o nth -
th re. This firm opened uj> market. It is made by the Knickerbocker Watch
: ,_. large stock, at Hernando.. ,and .also her sister' ,'Mrs. W T Richey the, The party boarded the tug Natalie, on of HO much value in all cases of : polished handsomely figured, and heavily nlckele plated.It Co., .is highly

.moved the remaining few goods from first of the week. which they were taken to Regla. scrofula and consumption. More is stem wind and stem set and Is guaranteed for one year. It

.v, .... t 1 BVer stock' here to that Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Olin of Graham- There was not more than a score of fat, more weight, more nourish.nentthat's' keeps perfect time, and is sold by dealers everywhere for .%.SO.
outside .the palace when the School girls, school boys and school mams and male pedagogues.
persons ,
point..and will soon open up a fur. ville' were-visiting Mr, Oiin's 'parentslast why. ALL NEED THESE WATCHES.
and undertaking,establishment week. They returned home Tues ex-president left it, and there was"very
nature -, LUtle" cheering at the wharf, Business men, lawyers and doctors sailormen and cooks, all peed
In the Baker store. day. Send for free sample. these watches.

The orange crop ,throughout this GUESS. were the family embarked.On In short everybody wants this watch, Just like everybody Dt e4*

,section: U much larger than last year, arriving at Regla, while pass- SCOTT & BOTOE,. Chemists the SUN.

J tad .,. tn\\t\ smoother and of a bet BELLEVIEW NEWS. Ing from the tug to train the ex-president 409-415 Port Street New YorkOc.J.oo For the watch without the SUN .

was greeted with hearty cheers For the SUN without the watch ,. . i
ter size.J. AUdnu. '
Q. and Fanny Cromer, little son Special correspondence Ocala Banner. and cnef of "Long Live Thomas Es-I; < u Sf. :> t' For BOTH .,... .. .. . JjV _

4 and daughter of W. P. Cromer,' who Mrs. James Shedd and son, Ben- trade Palma! Long Live the Honorable I, % Provided you order before November 1st 1906. Better do U today.

nie, have. returned from their vaca Man!" ANTHONY. All orders received before November 1, in addition two rtistle
u have been visiting, relatives in South,' tion. Mr. Shedd is also here and The ex-president cor- Special correspondence Ocala Banner.As wood, cuts suitable for framing. '
acknowledged -
Carolina alt summer, have returned Bessie is expected sOOn./ Blue Bell is on the sick list this
diaUthis appreciation of his services -
Miss Ruble Thomas has returned to T his you all should not expect anythhig in-
F. Barrett Is selling
her school work in Tampa.. This is. stock preparatory to moving" to San.. ,bIll he passed train on, and in quickly teresting. THE SUN Tallahassee Ma
boarded the special waiting
her third year teaching there. ..
ford. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Harper, of Daisy, "
Richard Batemaa son of *fn Tl"*a: which Parted for Matanzas almost '
1trG.: D.. Washburn is ill with were in town Friday. it for
man returned to his home in Tampa fever. immediate}. .' Messrs.' .John and Lag rence Gran- Figure out yourself. THE SUN and the

,. 'With. Miss, ,. Thomas.V. -.-. ITEMLET.MOSS Mr. C. H. Miller paper hanger for Sayings of the Atlanta Journal's Par tham, of Sparr were guests. of' Chester HANDSOME WATCH

--r >" McIver and MacKay, Is also on the agrapher.The Hillman Sunday. .
: "", : sick list fact is that Cubans are not Mr. Jim Howell and family moved FOR LESS THAN 6 CENTS A WEEK

BLUFF' NOTES. Mrs. Bay McFatt has returned from grown up enough to be trusted with to the' Garden Grove place Monday.Mr .

: I her vacation spent with her brotherin firearm : Wesley Meadows will -give a Every School Child in the State can easily secure three

Special! correspondence Ocala Banner.f Arkansas and in. Washington. D. Some of the cigars that are said large entertainment Friday night subscribers THE SUN. We will give of these

.. ( Yb'we.aYli wife of Rock- C...andJs again attherjwst.of; duty. tc come from Cuba now. .taste-good i the 15th. at .hIl residence .for the'ben- one
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,'. :.., :ar''o)1aitO': friends ,Sand ECHO. wbt boiled '/ith corned "beef. efit of some charitable! purpose--We; i to Every who: sends; us three new sub-

Cuba just wanted to the Unit- hope everybody that,can will be present subscribers aaniaiei
.JC'-Uyet' here.,. copy by $S or three renewals, ac-
J. Bl: Orifgt; of 8ea aaJdn, was in SOUTH LAKE WEIR. ed States ?nd say, "What shall we .
4 the Bluff'a few days ago. ./ do ,with our ex-president Misses Sara and Mary Moore Miss cooipantedby: $$ the Watch will b: seat by return mall

'Ulliah Special correspondence Ocala Banner. A Toledo for Floyd Keeney; Elwin Pest, Rev. I 9 It-4t
-J Mr. C. F.'Wateraavof Lae man pays $1,500 a ..
The. fruit season has opened herein -
and a former resident of this commu history if his family. A cheaper Cunniqnham and Mr.. Blhsop .attended -
It earnest A full car lead of ...
nity, was ti visitor here last week. grapefruit wa' to get is to run for office. church at Pine last Monday. The

Mr. 'C. :Jetik : cCraney, county. and oranges being shipped on 'Gourdain, ,who wanted to break into young folks must,have struck tough m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

3Y lam! :.warden, was" 'in, out section 'a 1 !Saturday: last. the :,xiiitentiary.. has finally solved, luck. as th4y looted very much like !-
:Mrs. Charles has been in Ocala :-
few days last week. v his problem by starting a bank.It Sunday night. Ilr.
Mr, H. H. Morrison was in Ocala' for a short \teit. is atout time for the first batchof Xiathew Lee, of Palmetto, :I: New Goods. New People
We arc glad to hear of the contemplated :
a few days last week with ah lot of advice from England as to how_ to. came up Monday night and Is--with I

fine Sea Island cotton, -as. w& o improvements upon the manage Cuba. his wife at present at her mother's.' ::=:=: New Prices

station at Weirsdale, The pindar boiling at Mr, Tom :- ,
Mr. H. P. Griggs. This section is George Washington may have -

noted for its fine staple and though :Mr. *ani Mrs. Eugene Cates, wto founded<< Pjuslurg, but it has grown:Jones west of town last Friday night :,5' 'tew
have been Jiving in Ocala lately have 3 s
i. tne crop',Is short, we have lost nonsof beyond the good man's influence with j was 'greatly enjoyed by all present. I,

our reputation for growing ',the returned.." M f. Gates has again left tin thij past few years. j Mr. Ben Raysors graphophoac: is WHEN IN TOWN vr.sqE

,; finest there is to be found in the for th< southern part of the state. ,Affair, in f uba are still peaceful f the best we have heard around An- '

.' country.. while the oiid waits for the arrival +hony. His improvement or. his aia- : THE NEW STORE. tJ& .;It :!

An old settler was killed here the SCHOOL BOARD MEETING, of Richard Harding Davis and the '4.,g ia excsUsitrMr. ....... .H -....,_ .,- ,'.. .. I
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Dewitt Griffin D?isr vis ; -' -
other day-a huge rattler nearly riur .
eight feet In length. He had a.string. It was brought to the attention of Chicago will have the largest court, ited'in this place Sunday with his :' EI
the that the and
board Simpson
'_ I of rattles ,about eight ,inches long. house in the .world, most. of the arents. -
school is Cameron children, patrons of the teen for Mr. J. M. Hillman ,is In aGinesville .ar r cZi
Our .getting along nicely. rooms ; Deserved the divorce -
v Mr. Ollie Fort and family, 'of Titus- Mayville/ school, were .attending! the courts on business this -
we presume.
week.BLUB ulobeNext
Weirsdale school without permits.It .
,. Tine, are' here on a visit to their It is a safe bet to.make that the BElL u/l/e
was ordered that the trustees of
relatives and friends. They spent a next governor of ew York will have
the latter, district notify the parentsof CRUISER SAVED SANTIAGO. Cl
portion of the time this week with six letters in his name and that the
_ the above named children that they .
their Ocala friends. clJno. longer attend this school, as nan begii.-. with! .H. .. Hungry Cuban Revolutionists Had to'Mdver & RfcKa/s.

Miss Penny Fort, of Lynne,' was a the Mayville school is in operation. The Indiana saloon men are goingto The City Almost at Their Mercy- --- .
.welcome visitor at the Bluff last the prohibition ticket this
"support Four Thousand Armed Men Encircled
It appear that,the lumber is on the '
weesr I' ,. fe.Tft') evidently do not know the A | Dry'pGoods Clothing
ground for the construction of the City- Badly Disciplined Shoes
The health of this section is fine which'of the other parties to offend. ,
school Body.
Montague house, but'nothizl.g
and little sickness is reported. If v:e could feet into communication i
very Ladies'
Cuba, Oct. 3.-The Gent's
:further has been ''done toward getting Santiago, arrival and Furnishings.
The farmers are all anxious to.see. with Noah Webster through a spec- this afternoon of the American
up the building. The board has =: ,
a good rain, as.cane and potatoes area authorized the use of $65 for lumber alist medium. we should have some cruiser Des Moines relieved a ser ?
need of it. ,Continued dry weather : remarks on the new spelling 'that ions situation. Falls 4o-\"* irmod FHalbOaiiitili alt 3tiiili43 i11li i i{
_ but. the bill Is for $105. The superintendent 7370-
will prove very injurios to these was instructed to notify the might be speakable but unprintable: :nti' *sts "w ere encircling the city ,
crops. We do not see how 'the can
_ within three miles.
patrons that unless the difference is They were ,undisciplined -
Oranges are beginning to show get along In Cuba*,without the pres- badly 'organized, without
paid by them as agreed and assistant WailbedEveryone
some color but we think the growers! ence of Congressman Hobson hut shelter and hungry. There had been
: teacher will not be allowed them until .
over here have decided to let their perhaps he will be more useful in constant rains discontent
the salary that would be paid an was rife to know that
The W. J.
,; fruit get ripe before shipping, which resistant reaches the amount of the having its size. increased with the and the insurgents were threateningto supply your wanta. In Chamber1 Shoe Company II m4t'to

is a very sensible thing to do. The appropriation. raid the city. The i.JIII ::
_ shortage on the lumber bill; also government I I. 4_ ','::
shipment of green fruit to the market
forces concentrated inside
that if said building is not ready for Santiago Fashionable Footwear -
< has been,the cause of, a great deal Attorney-General Moody has directed :
)", .... of dissatisfaction. both to the grower occupancy will he December 1, the school that suits be brought against a sip were; rs not away.,sufficient to drive the be- from If$1.50 it is to Shoe3 In.want Men'g(, we Ladi"haw .. :eM'I ._....... pekes ranging A

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and consignee. Let your fruit ripennn large number of railroad companiesto childre' we are well flied, sad '
_ A petition from the Andalusia school All the official, Cuban Sags had been can make prices that will interest you. We also .
> the tMAt. recover penalties for violation of a complete line of
-:. lowered when the Des Moines entered Gent's
: ; patrons was presented to the board Furnishings. Don't fail to give us a call -
iL THOMAS. i ."I referred to the, trustees of the the safety appliance law through failure the harbor, Commander Culler

i I Citra district. .. to keep their equipment in proper says he has no instructions to change .

0.; GRINER FARM AND OAK. Superintendent was instructed to nov condition. The largest number of violations th' present government and that his *Tsis Chambers;; Shoe Company '
attributed'to road is *
,-. D. H. Hall that 'unless he sent any mission here is solely for the preservation ,

/'Special correspondence Ocala Banner his children to .the Fellowship schoo: against the Delaware & Hudson of order. Demetrio Castillo is U',: '

,'_ Mrs. Charlotte Leitner is visiting, the board would have to make other company. The' total number of viola epected here tonight. He will proceed
tions is 181. at once with the work of disarming
relatives at Pedro. arrangements less salary vas the '

Miss Charlotte Leitner has return.. present salary is basel on mileage to the revolutionists. 'r
;I, ed from an extended visit to friends inchd Ms children. 1
Educational Conference at Richmond.
F" and relatives at Bellevlew,. The Wei ;d&e' school wagon was One of the Handsomest Caiandars .
1907. Richmond Va, Oct. .-The great
Mr George Luff man .has gone to! instructed fo change Its route so aa Gotten Put for the Year., educational conference which was

Palmetto, to go by Mr. Bishop's place. "' i
called at the instance of the Cooperative
Mr. A.. s. Johnson, of*Alachua, visited .Several natrons of the Bethlehem 'The Ramon's Brownie calamlarfo
Educational Association,. convened ,Where find Shield Bras4 Sfeott
: his brother this week. colored fcbool, asked that their 1907 is' almost an education in itself you
here today. It has brought together :. it 'safe
r Muses Lizzie and Flower Johnson er E. W. Daily be withd teich-j I containing a vast amount of usefii' is a place to trade, because
the State Teachers Association
Q have returned from a visit to Alachua; goal, .and safficteat reasons. They I information. This calandar consists the state, superintendents they are sold b y reliable lit

: .Mrs. a M,:Marphy 'arid '(family and WeN instructed to present their of twelve pages, 12x19 inches, hand : and _ever here. Be sure to Ilk for
three hundred and, fifty scattered
;., Messrs. Joe Brown and Aubray Bob- charges. writing the next meeting soTiely printed in. three colors on cat

... .. bltt attended the tee cream supper when the board would take up best paper. One, inch figures sh>n?. associations. in every section o? Kiser' King $3.50 Shoe '
state_ Each college :and institution -
t : at Kendrick last week.. the matter, the day so plainly as to be.easily'read '; ,
f : higher r
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learning ia I
\: Mr,. Will Scarborough, cut, his knee ,As the? financial statement, is across the largest room. Holidays represen i_ for men and you will get
\ ?u and a strong'impetus will begiven your
.1..;, .. last .week while working, at Kfn.drick. 'too lengthyfor'pub'YicaUon at are in: red. Changes of the moon 4

': ,'. -,: .. Though- not-'serlaus,- is 'very c the tale 'aliowed,-,the' .,superintendent? weather:.con.ditlonS.' length ,of days,: the cause will of, education in the 'money'sworth.. Made 1n 37 Kstyles

<' .,?..oA rainful.L" ., WAs'.in 1rUett d't post' wars at three, signs .of the zodiac and much. 6tbt state" which' be noted. through. and all the popular 'f y-

3 }. -. 'Mrl .Joe Brtjwn. 'waa_ ;tnrpwn* :froma places in the county useful knowIeileThis beautiful cal rat U.6- entire. south. Leathers, Patent Colt Vfci, :

...... :y; t rse last week. The. fall broke The tfeasdrcr3' :! report. was examined andar.sells for ten. 'cents .and wlli'b: Yale 'Football Season 'Op;ns. Gun Metal.,, Box Calf, etc

{;( lis' collar bone, and found correct:, mailed on receipt of stamps .direc New Haven, Conn, Oct. 3.-Yale
-::.' .t''TG' rill ,bV:pre "i ",here. nsx| from Brown M C. Miser
.. ; Manufacturing company >gantif football;s as :1*today. .old :; Ceapaa?
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; j .rwiadiy' by Rer.. Cnnninghanv:off An- JacksonvilleIs- ; 'growing ; : Tenn Ask you( Zll ,will"' play all, of her garner 'ol5fr Manufacturer
'thwy.- reetlonar: but{non ,greater than her druggists;.and he will tell '<
you, how: t; aeriea;'of ten at,:home .this 'year TL4NT.> GEORGIA
;>STo&4, r'.1r1 f'Ch'rl; .e', hat. no" been, 9)ping_faculties.. ;Her iae ailng;'and get one. : free,' Tydla. & ,Co....dcalrFlorida : t 'en .bout'-ntl&t@IJ. : : pajLoirg"frelghtsare;mar veloIw. '."> .
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= NAPPENINOS, ABOUT.TOWN. Messrs. J. C. Howell and Chas. W. FLORIDA UNIVERSITY OPENS What Barnum Wanted. W. A. KNIGHT. L E. LAND.

Turner 'represented Anthony in ,the There Is a characteristic story told

MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. Brick city. Saturday. .... Gainesville Did Herself Proud on the of the origin of the partnership between D

t Local Editor. Occasion-Grand. Reception, After Barnum and Bailey ,in the circus ANNOUNCEMENT. -

Mr. and Mrs.' E. J- Wartmann will Opening Exercises. I business.. P. T. Barnum was' the ,
arrive from Citra, Fla., the first of
Mr. T. B. Snyder, who has been In .. Ocala Banner I undoubted leader In the line of en- We have Just purchased the Wa jon and Harness boatatu of 1I.ilri.S. .
Special correspondence
the week to visit Mrs. H. H. Fudge 1
l' New York on a purchasing: tour has : Beautiful Gainesville deavor, but when Bailey, Hutchison A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the clock of goods fiery
) e Lovely
for weeks.-Atlanta
returned. several I' and Cooper plastered every fence thing that is needful to make it COMPLETE LINE ia every Itate of
.Gainesville! and glorious Gainesville! with lithographs of "Gib the only the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons OB the market
Mrs Jake Brown and two children. The seat of Alachua stands
Mrs. E. L. DeLong returned Saturday I county living elephant with two trunks" ; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle ft great va
from a visit of' several daysto Helen and Julius returned home Friday -I out today- In'the. public, eye. of the and consequently crowded their riety of vehicles either of which we stand ready to folly fuaraatee
night from a very pleasant sum- whole state of Florida the "Land of
relatives at Gaudier. tents with sightseers in town
mer spent in the mountains of North every High Grade Buggies Serviceable
.Flowers, as of the valley the great showman felt that his preeminence Carriages, Y

Mn. W. D. Turnley, who has beet Carolina.. I All of Gainesville; His Excellency, was challenged. Unexcelled Wagons, Harness, 1

visiting her mother, :Mrs. Fannie R. I Governor Napoleon Bonaparte Brow Lap Robes Etc. Etc.
Cot V. J. Shipman is rapidly recovering "Dan, he said to his secretary, ,
i ard, of Tallahassee and people from
Gary, bas returcfd home. "
from a serere attack of rheumatism "did you ever see Gib.
and is again giving his all parts of Florida were present at "No," said the secretary. Turpentine Wagons Specialty.We J'
Mrs. B. P. Hull and daughter, of the formal .openlng exercises, which a .
"Has he
really two trunks
a guests the glad hand at the finest hotel \got
Reddick the took at three o'clockin the
were among guests at place
in central Florida.. mused Mr. Barnum. I"Can't are Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate Cewpetitien.!
the Montezuma hotel Saturday': Thomas Wl, announcing the formal _
for said the
say sure, see.retary
Mrs. Arthur Clark, who has been opening of the new University of "but they keep. on saying so We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine .
Mr J. D. Robertson Is.making spending summer at Rahurn Gap, Florida. "
they good; and loud. and Farm Wagon.Knight .
some very substantial and omportant Ga.. Aiken S. c., and Valdosta, Ga.. His Excellency, Governor Brow- "Dan' ," said the showman," we've

Improvements on his Ocklawaha ave- has returned home. At Aiken she ard, speakers and all'who were pres- got; to have Gib."

sue property.Mr. was the guest of Miss Fannie Rogers ent at the opening of the exercises; He reached for a telegram blank & Lang
were in their best mood and it wasa
: and scribbled the following dispatchto ,
A. P. Stucky Is president of time of all times. The like of
Bailey, Hutchison and Cooper;
the Tampa Artificial Stone company A man was bound over to the crim- which was never before seen here "Will give you ten thousand dollars Successorsto Standlev and Co.)

recently organized with a capital inal court in Tampa the other day for: in Gainsville and the great event fer Gib, the elephant with two .

stork of twenty-five thousand dollars. "swiping" an umbrellt. and the Tribune will never be forgotten. ..

Ocala may expect a big .crowd at ventures the remark that if PROGRAM. links."P.. T. BARNUM." FLORIDA FEMALE COLLEGE
this is kept the jails will haveto After the literary exercises were ,
up In the next town he visIted
the laying of the corner storie. Half very tthat -
be made larger completed, the ladies of the city held the showman face to face
rates have been secured on the rail- came TALLAHASSEE, FLA.IT .
roads from points in a radius of forty an Informal reception in the "mess"rOOci i with his telegram accurately reproduced -
Mr. Tbos. A. Mitchell who left several in Thomas hall. I
miles. on' his rival's posters star-
weeks for the north writes the POSSESSES If EMBRACES
ago reception yeas given by '
-' ng at him wherever he went, and underneath -
The launch "Governor Broward from Baltimore 'and asks that bis fa- good ladies of our city so that the I it these words: Ideal location. College of Lberal Art.

I was launched in the Ockhwaha forite paper be sent him there. HIs students could meet and become acquainted 'That's how much P. T. Barnum 1 Excellent equipment School for Tctthera

r :river Thursday' at lola landing by.the now connected. with ,the, Baltimore with us and our friends.A th'T.ks of the famous Gib the only : Standard curriculum. School of )Music vocal and ...

guilder arid owner.,. Mr Albert, Wells, I Bargain' House, one of the largest bevy of fair Gainesville. belles elephant in the world with two Well selected faculty. itrumeaUl, Including pipe organ .

of Dexter, wholesale, concerns in the country; stood ,like Venus, of Milos over the trunks." Spacious gymnasium. new instrument

punch bowl and poured delicious "Dan," said Mr. Barnum to his Heated swimming pool. School of Indortrtal Art* I*

i Mr, N. I. Gottlieb who',haS' been: Miss Hazel Keun, a charming and punch which was fit for the immortal faithful secretary, "It's not the ele Twenty-acre campus. cladifig Domestic Bdtfie 1.1'

spending a month in. New York" city, attractive young lady of Jacksonville Greek heroes, and a score more phant we want-it's that man Bailey.'" High moral environment. Art. _
Buffalo and other places, .returned after spending several days in sweet young ladies passed around Admirable college spirit. School of Exprestlos.)

tome Friday, night after 'spending avery Ocala the guest of Mrs. Charle: Tay. delicious lady fingers, made more de- Cheap Rates to Ocala.A Steam heat, electric light. .. ...

delightful vacation !or, has returned .home, much to.the liicous by the charming young ladies. rate .of one fare for the round

regret of her many friends. in Ocala. : It was a grand affair and one of I trip has been secured for Ocala on Young ladles contemplating entering the College this Fall should

Mr. and Mrs. George McKean are'rejoicing write at once for dormitory room. Session begins Wedaetdav, 8**,
the grandest ever held in the "Landof acount of the laying of the corner
., over the, arrival of a Miss Blake's Picnic. Flowers." stone on October 17 over .the .Seaboard ber *26; and continues eight months.

I 13? daughter, which was born Friday Miss Irma Blake tendered about I Buckman Hall and, Thomas Hall Air Line. This rate appliesto For catalogue, -and, detailed Information write to '

r morning. The little lady has been fifteen of her young friends a picnic are the names of the two buildings, all points between Dallas and

;:. given the name Alice Marie. yesterday. which now stand out in all their itnu Tickets will be on sale October A. A. MURPHREE Pm

.,/ .. They started about nine o'clock on glory; against the landscape out on 16 and 17 and good to return -3
Mr. and Mrs. George Pasteur and bicycles and rode out past 'the Frazier West Liberty. nail the 19th. y
little son returned home Friday night -
lime kiln.
ALBERT NSON GR H\ {. 1'1 1 1'J 4
from Massachusetts where Mrs. Pas. Many delightful games were ,played The Breath flf Life.
tf'Urand,, eon have been spending the It is a significant fact that the H. ROBINSON, Pfil
about '
and at a H.
noon s. BLITCH Mgr. J. C. BOOZER At
Oxen versus Steam Power. Marl
strongest animal of its size, the gorilla
with Mr. Pas.tear
summer her parents. luncheon '''served. GEO. J. BUTCH, Teller,
Special to the Ocala Banner: also has the largest lungs. Powerful
joined them several weeks ago.tDt' dark the happy ,picnicers ,
i ,About ponc.Neb.. ., Sept 27-Today is lungs means powerful creatures. I
returned home after spending a delightful HOT to keep the breathing organs
E. Van Hood has returned home the opening day of the ,two, day's carnival right should be man's chiefest study ThefStrong Hold the
in the woods.
..rrrrom: ,bis trip to New York, where he day : which has been arranged by the Like thousands of others, :Mrs. 0. A. .

spent several weeks. Ho has been citizens in honor of the fifteenth annu- Stephens of Port Williams 0., has -.a
Robbery at Blitchton. Teamed how to do this. She writes
of the settlement of Poca. ;
in Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the past irersanr..
The store of Mr. J, W.*Coulter at "Three bottles of Dr: King's New
week Mrs.: Hood will stay there for "oday is old'settlers' and pioneer day
Blitchton was broken into and robbed Discovery stopped my cough of two COMMERCIAL BANK
a nhll: loader with ', her daughter.Mrs. The end the principal event of the day will years and cured me of what. my
W;A. Collier andlMIss >Jargaret Thursday night thief or ie the big parade in the forenoon. friends thought consumption. 0, its ,
thieves carried goods to the value of '
: grand for throat and lung troubles: .
One of the interesting features Qf: OCALA
Porter, "a4 ..A- FLfl.
;; :
'T ;.r.1; :: .-.. .' over a hundred dollars a aj. Although ancient Guaranteed by Tydings & Co., drug
will be sod of
:; the day a plow
the' officers have been diligently gists. Price 50 cents..and. $1.00. Trial
\Ve canaotiJUl. the order yohfsenr: patrtrn and drawn 'by twelve or four- bottle ''free. mSEABOARD

us yeenay;;until Iroujiriake! :! remittance working on the case,they guilty, have 'ctn yoke of oxen, followed by a Has Upon Public Confidence is Evi
t/found clue to the
to corer the last rhfpmentrroie any steam plow of modern construction. '

an Ocala? firm :toja, merchant. partf.r' ',',;{k ':> NWhite' There will also be a sham Indian 'denced by its Large and Increasing -

who was on their "yk&.V'; list. ,The ;\: :,. fight, ball games, foot races,. horse
Star Laundry Changes Hands
merchant: .promptly : answered, jfbj : races, balloon ascensions and basket Business
wire:* "Cancel my order, Can't Waif .Mr,, .*: Robert R. Carroll yesterday ball. $1195 Atlanta,; Ga., and return. Tickets -

that long,*" : .' : purchased the White Star Steam .. J, on sale September 29' and 30,.
., Laundry from Messrs.. Whaley & Wi- I Hello, Gainesville\ ; f, with final limit Oct. 7th. Exten HPrIII .JI: !l4tu.
Commodore W. E.Fosn6t, of ;EastLake ner. Besides the laundry appars tion available ,to Oct. 30.

was' in"'the. city;Friday .to con: he also purchased the, building in The East Florida Telephone company $11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return. Tick- .= J

suIt with;\fie A..C. L. -authoritl ''''pA' whic\ It is, located Mr. Carroll. has are rapidly extending their line: ets on sale October 9 and 10,,
4 and before long have middle FloridaIda
hipping matterCHe;; ;ysays veryjTlif.tie : not ;'yet decided whether he will reopen with final limit Oct. 29. Extension -
Aside from
fruit has' yeQleftvthe lake,\:.but "the laundry, which has ,been covered thoroughly. available to Oct. 30. Furniture
touching all the principal towns and: .
r preparations axe'being made -,,to closed for some months, here or move $23.75 Richmond, Va., and return.
> hamlets, this company is noted for
handle the crop in- better shape' than it' to some other place. Tickets on sale Sept. 30 and Oct.
its primpt and efficient service. While
in the past ;I 1.Yrth final limit Oct. 8.
.. Well Pleased With Ocala. the line was not built with the Idea''

,Mr A. G.: Reynolds, who is. _in We had the pleasure yesterday of of a local line elor this city it 1s $20.70 Tickets Memphis on sale, Tenn.Octtober, and 15,return 16,17 It's a little early, but our fall stock is arriving daily and

charge 6f the salesmen of the a call by Mr an dMrs., Shr.ader. of now patronized. extensively by our .
and 18 with final limit Oct. 30.
Wrought Iron Range company who Louisville, K v, They are ,on their people. The ease with which you Extension, available to :Nov. 20. all we. ask is a, chance to save you msney. All we ask is a

bridal tour and will take In quite a can converse with any one in Gainesville -
are working in this section arrived'in
$21.15 New Oorleans U, and return. few I minutes of valuable time to show through
tb$ city yesterday .and .is 'stopping number; of Florid! towns before they and the next minute call'up a Tickets on sale October 12 to 15, your you

'*? Montezuma. Ho has just returned leave the state. They declare themselves neighboring city makes this line inclusive with final limit Oct. 30 our stock.

from Newcastle., Va.,. ,where well pleased with our little city popular with the business houses Extension. available to Nov. 30..

he" went to accompany Mrs., Reynoldsto'Flortda and Its ,surrounding country They who want quick service. They are $34.25 Rock Island, III.,- and( return. *

after- a visit-, to her" rela learned :"Friday's daily .Banner. of also building a line to Ocala and Tickets on sale October, 6, 7, andS A Few Leaders

; tives.i the presence in the city of Mr. Boyd, within the next thirty days Gainesville with final limit Oct.' 16.

r of Atlanta, who is an uncle of Mrs. and surrounding country can
z $34.40 Dallas, Tex., and return. Tickets
The B. A. Company is the Shrader and whom she had never "hello" to Ocala friends. It is gratifying .
.on sale Oct. 6, with final limit RON BEDS FROM 52.50 UP SIOEB91P.DS:11.53 UP
: latest organization in Ocala. It .has to the of this to a
After Mr. people city
f<*n.. some inquiry. Boyd, 21 days from date of sale. 1
been organized for the purpose of doIng while note the of this for
was found and, the meeting a company Jacksonville
..Seaboard Air Line to CLOSETS
a general real estate business big surprise was 'a very pleasant one it is composed of home people its Old Point Comfort Ocean View SI5.CO

.fn and around Ocala. The incorporators for all parties.. The young couple! prosperity bing in a grat measureto Cape Henry, Virginia Beach,

area Messrs.. S.", A. Rawls-' R. S. left for south Florida In the after the able management of' E. E.Voyle.Gainesville Portsmouth, Va:. and MooreheadCity .
a JlalL and E. L. ,Maloney., With. the Sun. '
-t noon. and return 1550. .
f experlenee of these' gentlemen. in the OCALA& & FURNITURE COMPANY e

r Business Washington, D. C., 2265.. Tickets on
real estate bu'slnss It 'is useless tot Absolutely the Prettiest Yet Notice of Change.
add that they will make a big success After spending several months in To. the Public in (""" rel and the sale at Jacksonville only. E. C.; SMITH. C. V. ROBERTS. ;
Trade in Particular* Jno. Dozier, Agent, Ocala; W. W.
of the venture, New York Baltimore and Richmond
,pIt .- looking over the vast displays of millinery We beg to notify you that we have Condon, City Ticket Agent* ,Ocala. ..

will be of interest- to his numerous Miss Ethel Harris has returned disposed of our 'wholesale and retail Fla.; S. C., Boylstou A G. P. A, -
friends throughout Florida ,t9 to Ocala' to resume her place with whiskey business to Thos_ H. Keat- Jacksonville.. Fla.--

learn that W D.-'Wheeeler; a graduate Miss Mary Affleck in her millinery establishment ing & Co., who will conduct the same Dr. D. }I. Boney the eye specialistS McMillan Bros.

'of, East Florida Seminary In this city at the Helvenston-Pas- under the firm name and stvte of '\ the best equipped suit of offices

ad' for three years cadet-major .bf teur company store. Strauss. & Co., upon their own *> the state and the finest list of in

': ; ,. that. Institution, has been commission.- .. While in the .markets Miss Harris spotisibility! and thank our erstwhile sttuments for giving relief to the eye Southern Copper Works

."" .',. <'I:: ed first lieutenant In- .tiie United- missed no opportunity to select 'the patrons for the liberal patronage allotted that is to be had. He not only has

States army. Mr Wheeler acquire1* \ery prettiest designs in "just out" 'to us whilst establishe/i in patients from all .over Florida, but :

his. military career naturally, his millinery, which may now be seen i business: and bespeak, a like ,share from adjoining states. Why? Because Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

father having spent the greater poric at Miss Affleck's. for our successors. All accounts dee those that 'he does work for are his
.. and General Metal Workers.
lion of his life 'as a colonel, in ,gibe: There has never been ,anything,, in to the old firm will be collected by references. He guarantees satisfaction ,

tr. regular army, --Young.Wheeler se'n-ed Ocala in the line of millinery that the old firm, and we trust OU, or money refunded. Remember.-

.- J der 'his. father ,In 'the 'Philippines.He would. in. the least, compare with the, friends will be kind enough to fa- your yis'- are very delicate numbers Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

'- is well 'qualified and deserving of elegance and beauty of this:one, and for 'as with speedy remittances. life TOWd amount to litttle withou: the mail .
through country a specialty. Orders by or
."_..:" the. cocunisssion., and his friends the ladies. are. Invited'to call and in'I. Thanking our patrons again for the theny Can you afford to trust them wire will receive prompt attention at either of the ;

.'.here' and 'elsewhere will extend corf, spec't it. d-w '. many evidences i of good will shown) tous to traveling spectacle' sellers? Dr. follr"ing worksFAYETTEVILLE .

: '. 'E1"&tulatlons.amesville Sun.--:Mr, we remain ey has two diplomas and is a )
r a-. Wheeler; 'will: be. weir' remembered: '. It.,1011'wanf a, porchscreen cheap Very respectfully, it'mber.of the American Association
;. j :Wre.He wagon meral bccAaious"the(; here isiyourehance JUSjat, OnJy) a fel'leftat41.1k.and Furniture STRAUSS:,&' CO.:,. t Opticians. His offices! are in the N. C. SAVANNAH, GA
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OCTOBER: 5. 1906. ONE 'DOLLlB. ._ A YF.A18': ,
VOL. 41,NO.: ; 16.. ., ;
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t frequently absent and C.-('eB' not

'inconvenience ,to the -EVERY CITIZEN;' ;, "r' ,., -
*ARA' ''ELIZABETH* HARRIS.; ,.. (OFFICIAL.); causing' .great r -, >.-" I f
Editor MONDAY travelling public, it is therefore. upon -
.. ; :Board ,.of-:: county, commissionersmet motion, duly carried and ordered that
.- In.,regular session on. this .da e.II his" account' for the month be held '
Ihte you paid your poll tai? ;,,Present Hon. H. W. Long chairman;' until an itemized tau>nreut has been .

I..t U about time the' city politics II Jno: L.- Edwards S. R.. Pyles, tyA..' furnished 'this boar 'for' the' ,numberof ,

Fort, C. W. Turner commissioners.. days actually served by' the said I ; ."
YeN waraltp up Just a little? ,I'j I I "
Permits were> granted for G. D. ferryman at the ferry during the '

The county commissioners will r}Hogan, Strauss and Company and last month, and 'nbu, tted to this :SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE, IN. ADVANCE

bold a special meeting -on the 15th Wm. H. Tisoiu boar That said ferryman be and is I : ,'- ,' -. ,' c --
for the purpose of revising the list of The program for laying of ,the corner hereby removed and that Mr. L.. M.

rtgfotered voters preparatory to the stone was submitted by the chairman Brooks be and he is hereby appointed m -
holdlz! g of the November election.. .. as ferryman for Stokes ferryat WEEKLY. :

(Appears elsewhere in today's paper a'* salary of $155 per month'and

The county commissioners granted ,) > all collections which he may make m THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Sam i. ,

UrN more licenseS for saloons in Mr Long made his report for the from Citrus county.fommisisoner : ; Weekly Jacksonville Times-Unl one year |l.50
Ocala at their last session viz: W.. poor farm, which report ,is as follows Edwards was appointed -

H. Thou, 0. hogan and Thomas H., :- .. a committee confer with I THE' OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Thrice

Keg. successor: to Strauss & Co. .", ,,"tendent ,.. ., ., a, $35.00Hired t ,the city council and request the city a-Week New York World, one year (I' e. .f 1.65

Help,::0,. Ii.*.H ,w ., 17.00 council to connect by hard streets Or t
M'r' lUttje Smith of Jacksonville Cooking ,.. .. ., ?. ... .. .. 8.00 ange avenue with the court house. t.: THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER aid The Weekly

who was to popular !n Ocala last winter :-Washing and ironing7.00 The' petition filed 'ier uesting the : Atlanta Constitution, one year.... . ,41i5

will her magi Gore's to AnthonY Ia 0
returned landing
,>as, and resume : from THE OCALA,WEEKLY BANNER and The Atlanta
terror position In the,dress goods derpaftuwftt S ,.. ,: .. 'f : -$67.50 I referred to Commissioner Turner -
'of the lIeheD -raSieur Uclver -S&.MacKay d >. :...;;$ 2.50 WIth the. request, that he arrange ami- ct Semi-Weekly' Journal, one, year ... . .f 1,75

lumpu,', store.dene J.".L. Smoak and Son,-.. ,t ., .'2.00 possible1 with '}aid paUits, JHE OCALA WEEKLY BANN$ and The Commoner

,. Rheinauer 8c .Co.,:." *,.:;. .'.' *.. ,4.20 If was ordered that the entire board
'e 4Mra. K. Austin andher, moth ,'commissoinere be 'apopinted > (W. J. Bryan' year. .*1,50
Dr W. H. Powers r.t .. :,T ,. 1.00 of county
er Mrs. Kellogg who, have been Tydinga & eo./....; -.* .?> o:.. ... (5.90, with powerto'make all ,necessary 1 : J.14 THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo '
: &fHftdlB2 several, wee ekin.Atlanta; .,.. .. .. 4.80 arrangements about 'fhe.laytllg.of the I II : "
Martin & 'Carni eai. .$150
They c ,Blade. (Weekly) OD ,. .*,. ** .
iJturoed ,home last ,night vis- Mrs. L. P. Olin. .;-v.r.,v fe.-,.'. .28.13 I corner' tone and that Commissioners MRtUbAN RXS 00 ? ;

Ked Mrs Austin's, daughter", ,Gene; ,DR W,, V,...Newsom -..&, /. __.-P-7.00H Edwards, Pyles and Long be'appoint .A Man o Prominence In School Circle* THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Bafafl -
l_bo If attending Washington Semi; .2.15t ed subcommittee,,tp actin, the absencefto ., and Overseer of the Poor claysPerocn$5 711 I JU75 -- '
'Co. a !.
& .
.. i iMU ; .'G. Hastings ( } j?'*v- nahWeekly News, one ; Uf1 this,year ..... -, \, .... t: -:-:-- : |! the ,full board.f $ Proven a Mod: '
'. ,- ._ $57.6 clerk was instructed to 'write 'HcacioUi Bemed1. : "' : J-.i
Anna Mlisbh, who is to beboat *- .i > ** 4 k- *.The m :
,of the C,, l.. railroad .... '- DAilY "
officials A. :
t| Ocala's: .debuutes this. winter, .E--" fc.q ,' i the < < Be_Roe ,18 New Butternut St., ,, .
litres shortly for Jaclt&oa,. Miss.,,; to t-r' ,. :<* ,. 125.18 and' request .them to ,repair .aLonce "sriaCu ;'N.'Y., U President of the
jfeefa tuest' 'at', a. house party during produce SnldfC\I": cash' *>* ? 1,80s thti.crofcsing, 'south" of.. Reddiclt. where Board of Triuteei of Webster graded' m THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Bally fit $

the jscntb ,of November given s, '" oi I' ; ', x i the, public road from Ocala, to Mclh- 'schools,;Diflt. 8,in the town of Salina yannan News, one year. <*. ,... ,.*. It .,1050
by Alias Vardaman, the chaiming'anei 'J f .-** $123.38 toshi r roses. > Be'11.also> Overseer'':of the Poor "

s4traitre daughter" of Governor Var- To t+t<% Board of County Commission lt, :was, moved -an d carried: that. G. which position has afforded him ample' : THE QQAI1A DAILY BAiiNr.ER ind. The Pally _
f ) bondsman for Alien.Robertsle : : opportunity for noting the causes of' -
l .Hogan
I era'of Marion\County: r : ; Jacksonville Tltlles-Union one &r.f :60 -
&mal ,
well the best means cf
disease as tug
t f -I' visited ,' the poor ,r-lieved from ,his bond, and '
Gentlemen: ; preventing and curing the lain.e. ilr THE OCALA DAILY BANIfER The Dally At. ::
to notify the said Aid
OK.D: B. Woodrow and daughter'farm ,September 9, land' 'found some I requested. He expresses his approval of t>?e use
AutQ. > b:ilr, who"' have been spend'the indisposition!among the,inmates caused Alleu Roberts that, it wil( Tbe noces- of 1'ernns as a very effective; meant of lanfa'Journal;'oneyeilr .. >%:! v\, f. :: s

lee- summer' in Virginia and the infirmaties of age. Nelson nary .to teclre'another bondsman. solving a problem of such vital interestto' TH rOCAI A DAILY BANNER ;SKl.AUaataJournal ,
G&e.ril1e Georgia, 'acocmpanied by White: -and Smith -Williams are,. the It.was mooedanC carried! .that the l the community as follows :' including Sundayj' seyear.otO,00ALL -- -1

her mother, Mrs. Annie Martin, -w1lru'rive .most' Infirm, whose'condition'required oldpub1Ioat: :hrdugli. Mfjntosh, be I "&pomfseems to affect tbehinfi (

notnetoday: but will 'go to a professional*visit from'Dr.Newsom, abrogated .an& pew pnc' running to mod kidneys.of the poor tad i have
ot were
'JIood .r;; where, they'expect- .. to' spend' I who' alone.could alleviate their aches the depot of their appearing to tli<'VcaTd from corn tell that
the winter.Mr. and pains;;the' machinery : It : tat pleased you '
tis physical mechanism being' well nigh plaints made. that, .the. Dunnellon, Penuu has proven t most efficacious .. '" ... -- 5
C. R. Hendricks 'Is ..busily en- exhausted. Others are approaching Pho,l>hltte, company is continiiously' ', remedy la* number ot cases where. Address All,Orders toTHE < < l" '
J faced In getting the store room reetee'1y -: obstructing ,the- public read from,.Jul- no ether medicine was used
'existence. :
the'same'state of dls
*'/ consider It a. specific tor any
occupied by m: >Brown (colored Owing to dry weather but little ictte,tp jnnelloaby,, leading! cars on orders o/the respiratory organs" OcALA.BANNER : :

) ready tor''moTing his 'grocery progress has been, made in vegetables. their tracks. to said road, the ,clerk, -. ,

store Into It. He will in the future .. Some 'seed have ,been planted. was directed to communicate wjth OCALA_ FLORIDA. ,
the board: r
*.f Je\ In hay, grain_ ,and other:' heavygroezrres'in '... e 'colts ar beauties.'The stock and the Punnellon, Phosphate' company r're'fes: was WIJNESiY.Mr aproved by'. I. .. -,- --- ,

, t" supply business.connection with Ills ,meat disease' hogs'___ doing.....__ ana extra'with well.prospects noI and oustruction request. H.J to..discontinue. such!I i ,. R.with S..reference Hall changing before the the I ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE ADVANCE ,

f J JM" t head of the largest The committee ,on the state fair board i ,
E B Duncan left yesterday, for i of eighteen : > old r alt l leading from Qcaa to Silvtr -
while t and fattest hogs to be1', slaughteredthat again !:'.et with. the ,boarxand-8tte .
to1e'west 16 .
an extended trip Springs in section 9. township", ; 'I
,: he it he ,will visit St. Louis and has ever' been raised ;upon'.the speeches ;by Mes.-rs. Rogers, Payneand range 22,' and II. "was< rV.ered that as I" .
gone !:? with .jefercnce to the .
., Moat.. farm, and sufficient amount of meat others n6 ..,
*i-ji(1onei objection
SU Joe Mo. Omaha. Billings; I feeling that said road had Been ;
The fair, the commissioners
YeUowctone park. and, ,numerous'1'other to run 'the farm another year. do not of the board was $necessary; : .
,of the 'smaller ,hogs the finances of-thef county .
Interest.. Mr. D'uncanwill I killing'.of some of-the board of county S '
platen of The chairman
er Ire gone several months and 'we"Wlh i i during this' month will bilL lessen Herewith the I Iamount' jurtify fa'- it was any appropriation ordered that board, for said refuse : cotLnnssioners" and their clerk ..:: 'ALWAYS (GQ 1! .,t:,-_-i t .::* /..;,
of the i
grocery c ,1
'him-ttverr-pteasant'trtp.- for wasTappofnt.ed'a' Committee to' prepare :- -
statement of the-expen! tn make ary annopriation -
and bye the necessary tickets E
Band"r'r ditures',of the month ;of September, an exhibit. ction. '

.S''TAe1n4boy4ai- ttnt.. The Ocala'< "iingnot.. House P r j an.agemt'nt ..: Respectfully, ,submitted' H.' W LONG Tau'Collector'reportedt. collected E.'L"' Carney for,'county thereupon primal.for'ih'et The ''board and'*thefe.Ujvoji-clerk coining l? of appointed eli-clidn' inspectors to- Tfte Best aaPuieS1 t P Place!

; "
$22,5&The ; -
notified them several dafs'a ; Commissioner in ftMt they tout ? no Iong r' uYb 1 The petition signed by'a number of following justices of"the peacereported ""November of tbi.-' vea I'.
hell in
its boat varandafor?'givingtconcerts. the citizens of Grahamville in reference fines imposed, as follows' : ,
aud clerks appears
a VVV7 Tfeej J ::tmro4diitglyi 'bjgan! I Booking I to: work ,done on the causwa'yat S." A, Bnilockt ;linesf$310.00.costs' ; ( inspectors.) ,.- e" ---, '--' .,-
around fir another suitable place to said place by 't. L. Priest, road *W5A. ; .,f.-\ .. motion the 'board thereupon T. ,' WS .
whichhave dommisEicner County judge, fines $60.40x; costs. ,Upon. : .. c.
referred' '
give I overseer,' .was t.
: adjourned until October, 16;.10 o'clockm. Our Edibles' and Drinkables areris Clean l
been > Ihersourcej: 'of eo,. much Edwards: !! ,; f115.7$! t... .I I
pleasure .lo, our..people, for the past Mr. W C. Black anpeared and ask. G. M.* ., Richard, finfies,' $5.00;. costst I. I' '.S/T, SISTT"vK- Clerk., Pure 'Fdodj Law -=
and Pure ;
two months Finally they struck th* o<\ that the public road from W lts- $15.27. r"} as any ,
in' ,R C.. Douglas, fines, $105.00; costs,
'We that an "open' air" concert dale to Leamon's corner be strawed. c They were on their honeymoon He

every sense of the termmIght be 'iue' matter was referred to Commis- $40.25. ; had bought catboat and had taken could imagine them to be.Our .

popular so asked permission of the sioner Pyles. j M. 'H. Rou, Alexander Wynne her 'out to shoW' her how well he ,. 'Q

fire committee of the city council to Notary bond of J. R. Rodgers, .with ,J. '1+r. Mathews, T. L. Johnson/5 J. 0. could handle a boat. putting her to establishment has ,been refitted

ue the fire,-statIOn, lawn; which> wasgranting R. F. .Rogers, and L. iL Graham as Turnipseed,' H. W Douglass, W. V- tend the 'shee6 A puff of wind came, ,

them. So tomorrow .evening sureties was_ approved... Jackson, E. S. Smith, nothing. and he shouted in no uncertain tones, according to Sanitary Measures and the

at the usual time the ladles; and in Mr. R. F. Rodgers appeared before The county, treasurer thereupon "Let go the sheet" Jfo responseuen .

fact everybody is Invited to come out the. board with reference to an appropriation filed his report showing funds received ._ again, "Let go that sheet in it remaining "" Old and _
,and hear .the. boys discourse music for the fair and after during the month of September.and quick. Still- no movement. A few only thing .

Vy the light of the moon on the fire statements made by him the matter disbursements viz: minutes after both were clinging to '

station !aunt :By courtesy of the was postponed. until the following County School Fund.- the bottom of the overturned boat, Matured" are our

Ocala Furniture 'company there will $%7.32. Disbursed $23.11. Balance he said: "w ny didn't__,you_ let go that.
be ample testing capacity for alU Assessor, Alfred Ayer; produced -t.21.. sheet when I told you to, dear,' "1

his books for the year 1906, Road Fu d.1374.02. .-:- would have," said the bride if you Whiskies Wines I Beer.

Cranes Fashionable. t which' were examined by the board $- Disbursed, $1483.89..Balance" hadn't-been so rough about it. You ,

A now pet has been found for society : and. approved and a warant drawn for J2SD0.13.;) .. ought to speak more kindly to your ,

; 'Snat:: 9, lizards and harmless the said, assessor for the 'amount due County Proper. .. wife"-The Bellman.. Our of business is the '
/eptlles of all sorts have had-their him on his books. $49.92' Disbursed $49.39. Balance; .53. way doing

day The latest Is .the "demoiselle'. It appearing to the board that parties Fine and Forfeiture. For.a Two-Cent Stamp.

crane" number of 'which; are being interested iff tie Ft. Drane and $4956J0! Disbursed $46.30.92. Balance,' ''common chemical has been discovered same courteous and appreciative modewe

.....1d. 7 : road failed-to deposit with
; Millwood $325.28! ,. to possess healing properties '
The cranes are about:jiwo:; feet the board; $125.00. as an. ,expense, to, Special 'Road.I: _. not' known heretofore, but surpassingany have employed for years and any =

!dl;b. lavendar colored, ;with black be, used ?n the ,condemnation- of'' the I$M7.1%.' Balance;-$377.12; -_ J -.. other drug. 'The dicoverer will

j thresL.' They'hlave"charming 4rigbt right-of-way of sa.ldroad" as they' had. 'Building Furid.- .-> ; / for a two-cent stamp tell anyone what favors bestowed us: will receive
red ,and fare; very tame. They to- do on or before this date, Fla.8:24-m t
_eyes : agreed ; $129112,' Disbursed, $32185. Balance: it is. Address X,Philippi, "
Jt&1k, about:the garden,,their Jong bUs the order; the board, made grantingsaid $86447. ,- :. and attention ;
worms'. among the strict prompt .;; :
'ferreting oute 1 load. was abrogated.Theresignation ToW tRece1pts"-;$11077.70, Disbursed Strayed From Ocala. IMI .
leave*.-'\"a'shirgton Star, of E-T.,Jordan, as mules belonging to -
kt.TflN'and $6516.16.. Balance J45G1.54. One pair of "- '*To PIcacr "
At 'any ,rate'tfiey' won't be able to mark'and brand .inspector District' The receipts as given above Include the Steel, Range Company of the Our constant aim is

iast ed'htihe r'necks by and.ifr, G. H. weight, about p>' ,.L 1""
**r them X v 6,; 7fas .*?cepted 'balances brought down upon following dfscripUon: ""
iHtUe chain*" as'they1\ did theHwtte. 'suchmark.and ,i : mules, one T and ,be convinced 1 .' .
gold Dorr vasappointed each fund from.September 1-and dis 800 pounds both .mare: ry tis, *
., brand inspectors '. amountborrowed hip, J other scaron ..'" I" '.
} the on the
biirsements .made show has scar
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1 'TUESDAY' ',' from the fine'and forfeiture left hind leg., Lost about 12 o'clock Respectfully "
;''Well,:Worth Trytag: ; liberal reward 'i yours; _
) : Tiz Saturday. Will pay
h. 't6'. adjournment fund and drawn 16 : last
n" *w.* H. .Brownv the popular, pension"T I Board met pursuant ; Informationleading "
: or
of pitta eldVt.says, Next: iail 'menberspresent.. : $100O00_ : :
.L :\0' a'pe ion'the bert'thing'to It 'wasoidered( that the salary of "The- 'foliqwiig'named persons"ffied ,lo their whereabouts Ad STRATJSS&: O.
,brKJ& '.t'New" ."-Hevoritea: the, game'' warden be fixed at' the : htlei with approved surety; (b carry dress or wire. ;, A.:'G. ''Reynolds' \Ocala, ,
** njifteplendid: 'lG-3-tf
epC1ni. ,. amount''' collected by him "as 'sUch fire arms, 'and" licenses' were ordered Florida.. ., ,
"1 Qui curefor,itieadache .. ; 5 5 ;-,',': .. t ,.. -
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stJpifottaudebiltousnes25 cts bame warden during each current fsed'yti''HWr{ ;:Henry, }UlHoH-; -
"Guraetee4k3t.Tydnga'[ '&*Co'e;, drug year With a 'pro so"1hat &ll"col'lecti. : i kirkW'! "H. P rde ;.;.A. 'Delbert' Moo'WfWi.SnaiSu ;Neb aska: has{alien into- line,and i"c.c. Wholesale and :Retail LiqtwrsOGALA ;, /'
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; ."8.,",r .t.\.y ,.,lam : < '* t a Governor,Mickey:promisestbe James
"- "-'. .." t9. itJr :.: made for m re "th n; $720.00pannum (Oy' ; "
: )- or that "
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.1aR; MLR--One,,," flna4.. ,:,atobk hog, State -will make *a ,
: Cornhusker : "
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''iHrt;" ERF"w:'. 0. 3tlT i =SALARIES.te. .' THE TElfffcOMMANDMENTS' ;OF. LOCALiN; NEW _Thf4Stlhrn Mardi Gras ?

THE 1't; ". ..i'.s. : 1 :MAJU::ORDEmiOUSESr 'IRK. At1 or ttrictiooi .
_- i1..'
"lilt' uN" .. .H < ys,',:; ./4 ;Umi !-to'the' salaryjhe: _. f.It Jew York, Sepi- .19 }.ohf a Mardl Gnu

L. FRANK hf N 'to who S-'th':1: ':or th": ] ofjtodustry is ,willing tojpay ;_ l.Totthall..sMl, ;;your farm p : [ Banner; 'I' tnt' upon whlkt

V. Leavteiaaod, Business''Manager, th:counthry* :sO.**'Long :as I hesHa the'man he wantsliays fuct Q{ h;,- verj3ou: 'can, fet i ''Y$; here rally : .teJ 1 r,, 'p Jtl says that the

p-Q :\' presses.' Father Kelly 'was Hapgood, In..a recent magazine Dot"io Us-.w. :ado not. buy'from :you._; I and,yet it.seems like.'a fortnight. Our i neT Island Mardi Gras II. '

., 'ii.,,'' '. >.othe. '... -.JTh ': 'One :of; ;theilargestriindua. ,., J..YAth $hall.!&belt9YdAU .;Stgt r. grow.tire44opki2g sat,lhe,4ed i teiUp iU1A1L I tgnd o 19 ; -
___ .i'" : > annyOxins 4ike'itan: > : J et combinations, .sent'pep ; meats and;; buy* allou! .need,from us, : throngs ofeop Youtcaizpt e 3- profit, of race shows and drink a

:.: .:: .', :j waVsays he'''prfest slpOOj'mlles across the' sea >to beci1tse'we: waut'to 'b, good Ito ;yonJalthough I, cape them, ;tnent ar4feverywaere/'The# & the' fend of a poor HalO ,

,. ? df ii'fg: Ui r'prelscl; to' a"salary r25bOO'a! ..year. toga we 'ri-Jiot acquaiated rith. tsrgr' 'departoent- re>'ail .for. the pleasure iA folks, -

if '.:. huadherd tioujjand people. I ) who'had :the ''qualifications :nec- )011.t.j$r : I crowded from morning until night to the scenes pf tro k aa4 BEstorita t-:

"i' -IO aeliennh. sae _'ll .p establish .take charge Si; You' shall Vena the nfonei 'inad'iaace" Every restaurant. cafe, hotel and of brilliant spectacles Uf ,

l' preach to three,millions' most important establSbmenlsT "" --gOOds"'fronf"'the I pu tIc"u"tlai g t3 Jauim2'vith""pepie ctJilWtttona.l' iof, 'r"he '{*asrland .'

___, 'aye, tWinti--. --Wnes', &;d'1.he:rf "" flatering' offer was refused, al. factory'.with.,YOW :money; meanwhileyon i and'.the 'theatres'' are crowded .Mr4l Gras is no more t, -

'"1 rt' give. ' hell, ,"Sundahs an''' :the' co aoyJfasTtW1' | 1 Wilt :lave to. \wait 'patiently .ai daily and nightly;. New Orleans holiday than it&1.

'.. 11i ye hell aIIh' Ume,* he. eri ;h h5p,: tAe;p lacG 'sUll few weeks,. because that, is our< business The theatrical season has opened in U like & wine jaf dlldouiri Bator .

.. ; wonderful thing,' he says' ed. ., One -might,-Co. .90. indefi .method. .", '1 I earnest and the playhouses are all \ atmosphere and setting sue

(. }.WR 01y Jrl. ter'? ink,. ;with instances like this. :4, Yon shall .apply to your; nearest '1 enjoying good, runs. The most popular sladGas t welt' tbe fre a9r .

f l' Ji WIN& Tit tttetMr. lsrievltig 1 >thoM. see il& an'/mpblack, witha well qualified a jurge as Elbwt city 'to, aid you. in building good i I and most talked of plays and the spirit of kindly hospitality k

at_ ., ta" oare'ofIbearss1vee !(that's t ha *-stinkan'| halt !, Chairman'of the board' of di-- roads,, ,so you. can conveniently get i I players 'in New York this month are grace of good lrwdiu

: hw taken its .stand in the .But"I tell ye'lf all.'th' ; rs of the United States Steel tt e. goods from us, .for .we do not: David Warfield in the "Music Master The Coney Island Mardi Grw .t.
tbarrMdas' 'witf the 'common' people i dite: cordite' an* gun iation, which pays out in 'sal- build the" country :roads. :i ," 'John Drew- In "His House. In vulgar "rough house" which

rand >Hi fffht? will! be nude;for the,b.ttf wurruld d. 'wuz hid behind and wages about :$125,000,000 5., You shall. buy your, church: Order* Annie 'RusseU' as "Puck" In tratfs only the incapacity of ..

; !twmaetf bottom. 'there, wouldn't, be as much ., sums up the matter when 'he bells and interior church fixtures 1 I a' "Midsummer. Night's Dream"" and fork crow| to enjoy itself In

't. .,, .. bane. in.. that, barJ. as "The real question !is not the from us and forward, the money .in! Flora Bowley and Edmund' Breeee' In It is te playground of te thag ..
i .
-FRIDAY, OOTOBER'V1906..' thr mess? stuff that looks the. 'salaries but whether the advance; for .that is' our business : "The Lion and the Mouse' and of yields to pickpockets a hamt

much tar,'.' he say. ,, men are drawing'' them. One method.. I! course the Hjppodrome, sophisticated people are derv .'.-

.- If doat Uke:r job gel. out .Aidhrop iv It on wan little % may be cheapat10,000: a year, C.' You shall collect from the bus-, Next' week Eleanor Robson,. Nat the picturesque name given the _
4 you your
and let some one else have'a .chance type. he says will blacken anotuer man in, the 'same po mess, men in ,your. vicinity ; much!1 Goodwin, Henry B. Irving and other and are glad to escape witi&stslc&l

11. at It. TI>tt's rrivW both yourself' and, 'name in Christendom. or,*"!-,., I may be dear at $1,000 a atone; as you can. for .the churches.A stars, begin' their' New York engagements injury to themselves 1A11l1Q:
make a tar to shine on .Ut' 't'Ugh we',get more money from their and the ;
roar. employer a square; deal : Other public'attractions at women, lost of ,I
brow..' 'he says. 'It/will fl1 tendency of the business world. c you than they do, still it. is againstour present are Blanche Bates, Marie Ca- purse. The police are weary of -

r Aa HeHQe, saja,the report that Into' millions iv homes an' $ now is not to search for the _rules to, donate money for building hill, Grace George, Hattie Williams, tog tocope with the rough tk

,tin 'looted Hippie ;bank is., reOFvaaiied mearies. It will ,go" .through who will take low salaries but country churches. William H. Crane Hilda Pponf, that rules the Coney Island .

Indicates that there" must an' stone walls an' will who. deserve high salaries. ,7y You -shall buy your .tools from Rose Stahlad .and many over' lesser and the amusement purveyors h'

'kite ,bees'' waie 'laeney'ia Phliadelthat message. that. mayturn;;. the! .difficulty' does., not lie; Ii' 'lack> us.:and be:'your own mechanls in.:order stars. had a1Y.ut.fDOUlh. of It wh*& .

; &, the.looters. 'did* aot1:'geti. ivry life, it meets,. frm th' any more ,than/ltdoes fa to drivethe: : mechanic from; your Pavid Warfield has. made the character compute profit and loss. MArdi .

Chin i to th'. .baby in tb'[ ardness.f employers. Its vicinity,. for' we' wish it [so. of the "Music Master famous is a delicate flower that eanao "

'A.'yoaAeta, :raaftetrate," in, dYschargaad Hanrigan's fiat'he' says. '. that the dirende of business 8. 'You, 'shall ,Induce your neighbor and ''the "Music Master" has placed traa*plaht>d to the booths and ..

t 'ice j ati.a hU. wife charged :with do athousand.prayers' or increased enormously and the l to jjjiy everything 'from us,. as Warfield at ,of the ladder .of of Coney Island. ,

"..,. to defraud.. .an, Insurancemay lion. It .cant be. ,escaped'. >, who. was considered above ttie. we. have 'use, for more .money,' fame. He has, an 'excellent support

; :' 414' that, tar Iasi a man drag ne"put iv me parisb .h. tweaty'yars''ago,', would not 9. You shall I''.believe preference and sways his 'audience to his every Atlanta Journal Cubn ttw.

.> IM''.hk wife, were. 'ae'peisoa-' morrah. .: an' make;'me. as w" to present standards. Human ,to your,local merchants., --yvi. One moments, one is In tears Cuba Is an island whollyed

: .OM_ 'j. ewld.. aft,coaspire.Oewt tn.PeJda. 'as' Halstead however. has, .|kept pace with I 10.. 'You shall in; case. of .accident and the next consumed with laugh by the United State navy
an*not .as fav'rably. Todlyf; : e in business', xntethodL sickness. ;['of'need"' apply to ter.. In spite of tne direct misfortunes All those marine ia Cuba
ToUtof completed new
<; trek" eared .*:TI ,WriDd 'Human." par give .me .more thoug tl average salesman; executive' I I.ears for -credit''and aid, as we. do not and the rascality of, his .best develop ors Captaia Jeaki, of .
"-r ".e' ",etfl 1 lleflcted' priaci- gives' Kelly thf .RowUn' / .or technical, man'of: .today\is ,know yoti. friend the "Music' Master always old soag.

pM. 'ekIti :leaders in Russia morrow le may be.' readin'o\J more: capable than \one .ja! the Cooler Than the North looks on the bright, side of every "Cuba libra" will sow be tr
nano.. It's got death beat;a .of 'Work,ten Into United States and 1riU ,
: years ago. The newspapers thing. The play is throughout nth
of Florida a
1weg the yean from ISSd to 1890. i ; ." are ,just
,11 > '
,Mi >It already enaged gpoa mother levelin'ranks." t | employers; need.ttoday is not ,now taking up- the hot weather question sad one but has a happy finis. One really" free. Cuba .{:-
"* 'Yes,. sir/ says he, ability There is enough of that I Mn Cleveland should send YMr. .fi
'It v reriCdeter wtth .evresat'eveI1ta ;.bi and showing' conclusively by of the'mOllt laughable scenes is lathe .
; rocks th' fountain pens / act 'a !eil1cnown business :inaa Palma that fishing tad b; .
summers act when the "Music Mas
1... I comparison that Florida. are .
Ii, -.f that. rules. thV. wuriuld. TJ / .remarked, perhaps there ,is not to .be dreaded': 'on account of the ter" gives his. friends a sphigettf din are. great spot for aa ez.prs:-

for. th' whole. universe what : What. is. needs is more ner. Secretary Taft seems to baps .
't ,.4' "stpertMtious wbacriber found aIn : The audience ,simply roars at .
-4J wuz. ft his beat: He wuz Ih with the power' and ,Inclination because 'efforts things down securely In ube .
bla paper t'sad, wrote .to theaakiaftf i the of. some of the charactersto -
I! man an' th'. worst Liveif the ability they have. lug the gulf ,storm.
-1 .; iir H hiss aa evil omen. evil-doersr :visit Florida during 'the 'summer properly eat sphigetti.
: -, 'pia MltBr rttW:;:"t lanothing. of. wuz ;a, terror to yers'; want 'men' who combine months, being under the impression ,Last night we saw the "Lion and Wonder If the Cuban revolrt

i j ..Me .TdMI: ; *&*. .m, 'merely wuz sober an' a'dhrunk.terror ,vto .their "ambttlon.! 'education and that'It.fs ;warmer here :than in the the 'Mouse. This play is in its second I wasn't hatched up by Its trust it!

_i .Ii 'a.iit over the paper to learn! ,who whia-he' : wuz'. ;.41 ."talents,.hO1estyand.'capacity north,.Vhen. the7weataer> bureau'' reports ; e+ion :and 'is a "de1f tf four I occupy the RoomeltUa st ttt. l "

advertiftlafcso he could spinM9rev tiring. 'to.: th' .loadsall-' over- '.f ,work: sums' p.there' 'show;the'. reverse''to' be true.. act;'p1ay, by Chirtes uein, author of 1 Little Fred Fuaston will 'h4. ;. -
*. ). door1' aad rule who use .th' printer'sinki n and the scarcity of;'men "!': hard work, to convince the
':. seeeMt < Last week when New York and the "Music Master. The two main
\ they not put.too much iv_; meet them explains' the wide- I that he Is a* big a m aa& 'Uftti jf
liz : 1Mif;IN ,1 eS: d4sturpaace." in 'It itnlver'go l other'.northern cities :were sweltering characters.Flora Juliet Bowley and
? stuff umay ;
JIf.Mh "search that is; -now,going on. in a> temperature of ;i02 degrees; we Edmund 1 Breese are very strong .and ,Tafk
-r -4C & m-4 convicted ,, ly.; Is no' lack f.ability'but there The hope of cheaper tars .
'. T #'v ? *? ; ;were fairly comfortable with 90.. This will Soon' ;become stars of the first i '
1eii >tirNtrisyt;MllfUesrdre.Ricee'ab gt Dunne) {in. .Amerilcan- ., of Integrity, the energy' and not deceive people In tdvocatigf
{ ..' October" is something,, :which, northern folks magnitude. The plat deals with one :
[hive yrare'i acid U still confined in, capacity for .taking. pains would. hardly. ',believe. but ..; is a';fact of this country's money magnates. i ban annexation. Most of our .-.
; "i;*Wag prt m awaiting,, execuMf Which- \ even 'great ability can 'that 90'' degrees" '' : the highest .tem He is a tyrant and stops at. nothing vanaa 'are mad? la Amrk

-'f Is... to pesl ers the "chair :to a THE ,T80UBL6JN.. iittle.Crowds perature.' Key West has had 'thls'sn to' gain, his .ends. He has amassed a Senator Tft delayed hU 4erta*-

} 11tt ce, v Old, ,age people :.' mer, as shown by the'official records colossal fortune and is. about ,to ruin from Cuba a whole day tmaga&ae 4Al. '
_tevpe eecuhoner 'Thi4,, generally jn>[ 'xi'f":7 ,Coming, t'O Florid article. He mu t M. ,.
; ; of the -weather"bure u. When it is the father of the. girl his son loves,
J of MM tetr of .patties 11" end( to'his' try trouble are in"just Cuba. now arose wondering and ,is .a.poiuterfor Florida hotel taken'Into:consideration{ 'that we have and 'who Is. United States supreme to the business of writing for _.

wormy career. Justice moves'aboutf president of the United :, It is from Tuesday's Sa continuous; breeze from the 'gulf.. In'gP.. As 'the play unfolds it shows m laline.

M steer la New Yort state as It does News:' which "our.northern friends have" how this great man is outwitted bya
so quick to'rush In and If bales of cotton were straw y
'. II lid! ety. nc ." r the *part ofj 'mediator. steamship returning from is easy: to iee/that 'our summer clfvcr and tewtifyl ytrti"? girl or ems U would be wise to aell .

'teswl'oare at-eniaity York now is filled to the paS weather. is about as near Ideal as who. is: the.only person who has. ever at th"b st price wring, but
'a ?
;,. 1-Moi 'per' 'annum lno thereason Why all v3r;/? capacity with returning tour can be found 'anywh beaten the great John Burden Ry. la cotton and will keep.Certain -

If 1hiMW&. Florida &--.' 0 came .about..aad.why, ,, and to obtain a berth in New Our'people'should not fail to make der. Naturally all ends happily and r _

wee sell perfornTthe !duties now ,is sending envoys 'of' now for the trip to Savannah these facts ,known as widely .as pos the' audience. disperses ia. ,a most of the late Rut t Skith

et fjtrenw. 'As:a. matter' of'fact, the troubled island:will to apply two or' three weeks' sible.-Key 'West Citizen. happy frame.At .. and kin are willing t admit .

ft?wrter Broward has'nottpentoneiiiirtfi flat one, :'R '': : '' this theatre last; night one of payment of fifty thousand dollars '

f of ..tIM.*t''Tallahassee' ,.but secretary,'of 'state,_ 'is 'onf oC a .lettter received? a prominent. Another. \ 'advantage. of. 'Florida is the boxes was occupied bjr the Prince each of them that Mr. Saga was

\!( fatov attec arwwd'all{over,' the voys. ;Do. you know who man from Savannah., who that; it- can. get: morn value' out of 'astray and Princess" Cant c sine, who are insana when 1htJ WItt.
aMeti left w. r rant in Key York arith'hls wife hit than'apy'other; state in
cn con : visiting in New York. The
princess ....,.,
't; He Is junior partner in th J
> tf ttU bow to vote, and taking weeks, the statement. was made the Union wore a shimmering
white gown with
; J. Pierpont, Morgan, & Co. .
f to 'ttmI QM : : What a his stay was lengthened
litlghts over
York '.yrhicfc .Ish, : big',black picture hat its only .orsa i
;, ionr They are using automobiles, to. kino iczi1ON
dMItai, 'dliptKedagOTtrBOrTaTareslisreli. by _the crowded condition of "
', ; '- .rVln'Ro..: v es'adml": and that it was. almost d. world .ruler, now. Judging by ment being a big white plume overa TH1 1Blf (
yard long. She
f took :Mr: Bacoa. tout rots: ; the record here they will .accomplishthe wore a collar .of
I accident that he to
.0 dictate;of Morgan and'' p1 was able. purpose. pearls and diamonds and a number o'f
t Mtei Lawrn Payne leyer
B. days for himsIf '
; berth and wife
on other jewels .
and she is
a pbsiton where he 'Co ld not unbeautifuL -
Me accepted tie Boaiaatioa as can- steamer which sailed from
Cuba should be understand
serve the;.interest of Nil made to LITTLE BOI 1
dkitite fer of
meaber from
congress York.
.. house., Morgan and Ids, that the United States'will, not permit At the Belasco theatre Blanche Bates
to HtrkK .IB whlefa Fort Worth, it is well .
: a fact, that
another I is starring in
Santo the
knew.that sooner; or Later J Domingo to exist "Girl of the Golden
Tettt, U laeaied. ,H the socialist all of the .
pasengers by these
at its doors.
because This
must cote in Cuba. -- very W2ftr drama is now enjoyingthe
tit. W'bett asked what she woulddo are bound for Florida,and
pressing, the honest old L second New York year of success. Mouth and Eyes Covered tl*.
.i crested., she replied; "The.:first ove, indicates what may be" ex- Mr.. Carnegie is right In his view The is
a republic for certain play a. vigorous picture of Cat-
_ tkaff I wwM 4o would be to accuse Cruffe-Facs Itched Most F..
= sions that he in his. honesty d Besides the steamship lines that it is a disgrace to d'e rir*% -' fornia In the days of '49 and Is an
the ffttlers In congress of their those to Brunswick and Hon. Joe Baltov might, consider scaling -
to concede to them earneststudy of that"-epoch of ourcountry's fuUy-HtftsS Pinned DOd M-:
wreaf del:;: and wale ,the public are haying to meet '.down his fees -a little. '
the strife and history, which is rich
mented now so
of tfeeea&re country ,to put out. the demands,' and of course,. pas- ScratchingMIRACULOUS
t .their own. agent there to IWh le in deeds epls es and characters of
rof\iM _frost the' national legisla come to Florida, or at least the colleges are accepting human .
It"Ie peace watch wul 'at .the talntedmoseyMr., interest. Miss Bates has
tW of them. Added to the ; Gibboney, of Phil.
the people of Cuba or put adelphia, refused a tainted nomination created a.: role in The GIrP that CURE .
lines are the far
Patina' out of office: When eastern (for will remain a 'worthy 'ornament to .
c The repabiteaa newspapers are very' turns here he will either western trains' which will pour district _attorney, the American stage and careful. it BY CUTICURA REMEDIES :
J MtIa esetebeed aadare. saying all of tourists ,into the .
state. tention has .
One been
that of given to the
pocket. the concessions. : Cuba's political parties is stag.Ing S -
of nil WiiRa4o ,
.Dunn things because as well get
'- every room ready,
called ..the thii production.
demands or. Prey dent' : ; "Moderators" but the !m- "WhearaTlitt1shOyrnt rhmosdts'.L be
b Hearst Is spending will be wanted for the .:
They then will put ,in. 'o peo- moderators 'seem to have a good SARA E. HARRIS ludotei ecze. The earls eztesd 4 fa q 1k klf -
WI tte&ef freely to secure his political coming.-Miami News. the Whore body that wt n caci'es? iith .
by the soldiers and sailors working majority on that fretful is
eML This U the whole story' al. Jewish Landowners. dxtor. W* this ''
ca their own plaint.tool.- or went 0 snow w. ;
heed 1 1Ht. this remarkable y ungIHL over the island.. That, .is Lakeland News welcomes the land.A Notwithstanding the .severe restrictions but hablffi coukl a. bdp ::
ht It ought to be remembered that Roosevelt is.playing for proprietor of the Sun Into that Canadian judge recently punisha against the Jews in Russia a z; ,sad to\ deree '
that Mr, Hearst Is' his woman for kissing her child. the west to a t taft
It spending town efit of the: captains 'b't -" :e, are informed by own prosecuted. people. .have managedto Matters ae W .

areaer raotiey that was: honestly the. people Ipokiin* and : C. D. 'Clough ,that he has sold This goes.. anything' beyond the acquire a portion of the soil of thtt ill Ui reg4f .

.earned. Bat here comes the repub- AS a pacifier' arida I Sun to a gentleman strangs misdoings of any of the ma Russia,and their acquisitions are constantly Urgt halo r&wgk ia fell un"

Heart party that has been spending president The gullibility of Norman, who recently came ,to gistrates 'in the United, States. Leing enlarged. fiam into. -tLfI'
"oMer people's money1' time, out ,of from the,west and who hU te kaipooa gtrEa trft! a
lie .of this country is; The people, of Colorado are celebrating The land .-
hunters now
a .+ and as a public ,highwayman residing for the past few weeks have their wu dwith **
how it- is
Oh Heavens
t Mt been holding up the .big Jn3u- Station Our informa- ., this, week. the 'memory of. faces turned in. the direction of the u thick II a dam amt
fooled by this ,actor in General Pike, the tone whenn"U tst
great exPlorer. and Star stAte.A
'nee companies and other big corporaHoas Is couple of years .
liouse llow long, Oft Lord, a
l discoverer of Pike's, Peak biographies
Hie. it
and g'them to teacher and is a gentleman,, of ago waS Oklahoma then it was bleed add .IIP1\it1Us.
-rChas. A. Edwards ;
-, aad deMver" now pretend to : attainments 'but has claim that conslo rtng his Canada, now it is Texas. Lands in did also hit *7h., 1

: Uad sit over the spectacle of been up.against* the real not thing here- small. force, and. inadequate meansno that state that were .formerly a dragon back HI SA iherttav*-
J. A Missouri newspaper other:man ever contributed the the market cstmt easy "
JeHC Hearst spending, his ,own wealth .and happiness at a do tar and a.quarter Mt'erft.
It the .facts' in :'connection United;, amount comparableto :an: acre are Wt
; IM to hk political campaign.. c Hon .of 'a country now bringing ..twenty- rut by Jtr MWktafTtt : -
k .aIHt.. .th.'of"a 'citizen. adds: newspa 't that :which the.' owes 'to his fire. dollars and upwards. This Is Mta .

< I >, the:dead-- man_ off ,.and- 'Jm heroic. 'ad'Indomitable: perseverance, no. spontaneous outburst but '1& the ku I ki WI bI : '

The eKtor, of this paper attended thirty years. He was always bank.of Starke. opened its"doors He was one.of the,great. men.' result .of careful/and,' well developed phi bi* atad Ia. wnl'dast

g 'eHreh:,_ ,ttee ago. We enjoyed be-bad. ';-man. although, in" .t- ; business Monday, October; 1. J business methods ot the land 'agent*. 'r'l4ecr i1t a4.>
iad stud Ftth the'breth- as',.a, peace officer he..had : Nearly .every paper in the ,state It aWla, I tJ bla f5i f"
_ ., ..1' up Institution was td/haye. ,openeJ that pretends' to be: ought to .be.; a lesson to Flortdkris .Ye iMIK 1Mtt _
yea sad aWera white, they D&'theY check his' naturally' two months; ago' but th\ ,ina i a 'newspaper for and. they will: do 'well to take advantage "W. &aut lath1nl Cft1l
sitioa ; hoar' he ,the ,people; .are, against. jtta, w&emeof sail w. 4 lid wit '
". '. 'ee4' otf Vaa. 1( We IKnowBa but/Just, .' to'get their nw.building of. It.> These, Texas .fI1 to IV
: Broward and, others oc r agentsnaveagenta with tilt eUU to., thd tit.
'; While the killers bullet or 'the pen ; ; the. r
Tberer r
ptlMr. .,cause the delay Hon; Everglades; distributed }itoyer the .air aifte e&t ache, oaenriit it eat :
; 'beW Nc 'w' glanced many: years "el'Ju &' ;\ .And".thta'opposttlon., .oftbeSe' fat arch food nnflftl tb'., _
bymei WM & ; / / S. ,Mathews,\editor, of the north and.east and through circulars eu .
papers I pu're1i'in' Lordiedv U
: the interest bIitIH mMer e&m4t
about" !dozen He"wasnever gunfighter
.Etta"asd i eoeatti a; tumble ; ;' la .president::.of, the, ,new otthe': payers ofriFJorida io> and ;.other means .of: advertising are ,..a.. d.a ..
,: r. of. tie.seogre ation'and,.of rwtgh'and .fighter ., and .we trust will. meet taxi' ; 'and" making .known the: Yaluahieesonrof shoat tWse t? We taws a trier
dwfek : hard ::10- beat. :He. would the oeat7lntfireat.fl-tne1u8tate: ,: ; 'not > troop,0Iatate,ark <
: ; ," vfco "ki" ,not. -speak.tQ, :" '. "'and'.Jie'-aiwanr- ca I ;theame': unstinted support, and because :pfkMy: facUoaal'politics that, state and Jheies>a generous rwa tart de.W N mi4 its a. '
E otfcw w I ..crowned :; the .
SS ,. ,.u'" V e4aesrbere. 'The':thought knucks" ands:'shotblUy: ,.'so as ,a newspaper \ma personal\feeUng;;.'of, .the' editbrV. of the' growing' of: onions .down l1nb, '. c- 11M J '
insi: ;play: ins: getting these,, papera against .the presentatate there tH the '
gun g ; : : :
"Mlrn4 fet"M, ,+r R4Pet4.f aathe. Ls known fats
1 ., : in Ocala, ;has : been, increase 4 = ens -
'ether'. ;1ebItk.,.Tr arPl'geo'Aia'r''a -little best : ;--adminiitnilojuAiiey, inIi' ?
t''tiMer .; : ; 'wishes of ,bJfTold Marion from :twelve: cars to, t '
""_- .tJT ." ''t lisw+r; 5eak titbit,;lh11Lthose. ..b t\.knew'him"' 1 assoiifM: 1. ,his ; :' I cbe. ::per itaent; tir4tianthat : treaty: 'cars;, rd tie ittiE CMi. wE'VffS ?

'. .1Inlt"t. .. ) ,>, .,., J t I.?". ;. : new Yt l ;_tfe-peei; >le;caniiqf gt&l Without.l 'Now ls;a ,two pas: VJI> _, ;.. s
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;: < : ,"0ii7 1; i ". YS-4;st < \,:.:,!--:;:..' 'f" k'C .. ir.e. Arks; Ocala Furniture Co. ,i '.f :

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,A' rof' electric lights; which : RARE N -
-* 'O ); "'.i Thant i picture" s:!e1i hant- -. .. .. '. r"' .
rivalling tn Dealers say that fifteen of the
as fairyland .and, .
A Nwntor of r the-displays at' ':'our' great I rarest American coins are :'easily < .

Jtrof.H....- .. wpr .jO Here is 'a descriptionof 'ta. .
.. I .t -
'provinf. --M With- of -. these .coins. :I .. -I' ,, .. ._ .. .
a ,true spirit poesy a > { .. y.,<' .. .'> "\ "\Jr.' '_,.. .. .v.
,"e'. 'and JM. in the tla.nticrMonWj" thus: i First, maybe the New York doubloon m ':."'" .';' ';->;\fi ..< .P..... ; '-..". -..,, ., .. : '......,,; :"" ."... ........ .,
:: .the scene coined'.l. 118'77 'by Ephriani .... ". '" .1 ... 1
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Brasher... 8 jeweiler. This' coin baa i
"Across the moonlit or; starlit sky -
New soaring masses stand forth a record price of only'$5.\5, but many I
_. .
'To the OcaU I "
experts regard it as the scarcest of
and ,ominous,,'like the donjons
Tw weather ; all American. Usnes, and bel eve that
of colossal castles and
pers. ; tin
awning b ,' .these 'conditions*' the lower, end if. one were. offered: for sale'today;.it kI .
' ,jfsfeaWy be Manhattan, where they. most I would bring 3.000 and.p rhapa more.
Starda/ Only five of these coins are definitely tit
d, might almost pass for the THEWEBB
Gcrr W. St. Michael of the new world. known one being" the cabinet '
*Hed at the of coins In the Philadelphia mint
,a night of raid the ruddy reflec
were w of, their lights incarnadine the and the rest in private collection;. m Proprietor. 4 4w
them Mr.' until the entire city appears The doubloon is, the only gold coin
= : tare of a IPt struck in America prior. to the
confla open
be the prey of a monster
f-ovfd He ing of the United States mint in
Under the slanting glow of .
oa October 12
179 .
rising or setting sun their tops ,
dad** as The next most valuable coins are

Times-Union. peaks on; the of Mont gorgeous Blanc iridescence the Rigf ore of the half eagles dated 1815 and 1S22. i a WATCH NEXT WEEK'S PAPER 1I

8u day mo ,Matterhorn and one quite for- which are worth respectively $%.000 ,
a Ttett to and $2465.The. .
.as in the, Alps, to be critical of
- the outskirts form. Finally, a fog sof 1S04 dollar which is fourth 'onthe
said to be the list has a record price of $2,000. S FOR SPECIAL6NNOUNCEMENT
their hard and crude lines; .
tern in this It !s sq wen known that it hardly re- "I:
.them thus a poetic charm an
1M world. It of mystery that becomes them quires a description.The .
f qaWte fifth coif U the Washington
and puts them into harmony
and acre of cent of 1791. struck in gold. One 4
one another and with the CUT
oe&U thousand dollars is a low estimate o!
t fiowers and a whole its value. '
make it a Ranking with this coin in point of
fro and Can .the Eyes be Believed?' rarity is the, Washington half dollar

who have Prof. Claparede of,a 'Swiss univer of 1792 'struck, in ,,gold. This is supposed flgjifte Qooas

various cities recently asked of.a class! of fifty- to have been struck as a compliment .

.etc. are BOW students eight simple questions to George Washington anl

Meets d Mrs : .the' rooms, they daily 'vis to have been carried by him as a m

Mr Rbelnauer at the school. pocket piece as it shows some signsof AND WILL

making a ) "Are the columns In the 'vestibule wear. It sold for *500 in 1875.

tary tad the nd or square. "Is there a win The Nova Constellatio series comes :i

wbea hit' : ". facing the doorkeeper's boxf' next in the list of great' American

$ *!a the the ceiling in the large ampithe- rareties, with the 1,000,, mill pieces 5aieYouMoney

.. expects to t. plain or .decorated** and sO OIL ranking seventh;. the 500 mill pieces C -

tart of the w yorty-nve: of the fifty-four students. eighth and the 100 mill pieces ninth.

''wm remain that there was no window The three coins which, are dated

tb&e yet and all; eight remembered that there 17X3 were: sold in a set some years
.. .
: I* aee window. but each, and all ,at. ago for $1,550, but would bring very I .w .

Rtotaauer. : a wrong' situation to .it; one much more now. .. -' ,. > .
Ta;; Ocala : sincere than his fellows, can There is in existence one other

'Mr and ) 'owned, 'that he. had not_ .. 'the. least specimen of the .quint with an obverse 'y ,l'J

are faests at whether there was a window or somewhat different from the

They will As regards the shape of the col one Just described, which is worth The Fair

.k Mr. Anderson in .the' vestibule only six, an. every' nit as mnclu.!
J&5. been .were correct. The Massachusetts Good Samaritan
with an attack I By war of continuing the experi' shilling credited to ,New E England is

#; Mr. Jake r I @ one day a. wan .conspicuously well up,.in. the; list ,of the,most valuable t A. L WEBB;;P refor. .

'Grocery, and : I i suddenly burst into the coins,, the only specimen known

the Variety St classroom where he performed cer having brought $550. This"shows the ':" ',' -. .. .. .. ". .. f"" >

,iNaw York for antics and uttered certain, em.. Good: Samaritan attending a fallen;

fWCIaslq tic phrases prearranged with the traveller by the roadside, a .horse i< -

jooda for sscr, He was t thrust. out of and tree: in.the background.' There is .

start fer door as if he had been an ,ordi-! the inscription ."Massachusetts." The

i arrtvtef there unauthorized: 'l; Intruder._ Here :reverse has "1652 XH." within a : ; ,

: > .We paid a &!. a scene, .says, the. Grand. Maga .circle of dots and "In New England j

HarrU.. f : eminently calculated 'by reason :Ano. _T I ;
Sdffkee. who : its strangene and .unexpected I The Lord Baltimore :worth I

8reedway. to impress the Imagination of $550. This the only coin of the donrMnMnn p j

: rae .L't' '! Students.A tit the ,series of pieces _" .
with still few days'later'on some pretext struck by Cecil Calvert in, the seventeenth .

Mr Harris is ''another Prof. Claparede asked century for Marylanders and Trust Companies' Reserve. .

toe Idelwlld pupils to describe to the best of it came very near getting him into New York. Oct .L-Trust companies

,i J, N. Strobhar recollections ,the person and trouble, for on account of this issue in this city and throughout the

hers )Ir. Str of the 'masked man. 'Out of the be was summoned to appear before state are, making -perparations to \4FJuiQTc5 ,

ke* trip to students who had been I I the council in London to answer the comply with the new law adopted 4

gale to New on the occasion only four charge of usurping the royal prerogative last winter regarding increased reserve I II

tee .a the man, accurately: The in issuing colonial mo ey. which becomes finally operative (

t become fuwti either admitted/that theft rec- The other .denominations were the Jan. i, .".. The third installment I I -L -
the co Ink t the scene was absolutel"! shilling,. sixpense and groat,, 'or four- is dud today. fXPRfSS

We also bad faultier gate suclrax description pense. The, latter,, three ,denominations Under the *prorisions of tMs 'law- '. .. PAf!MDUi

Charles W. it might have have applied to are worth from $30: to $50.: all trust companies in New.: York city 1

>ra ol Citra. {raber 'than the correct per- While this penny has'a record price must have on'tae"first of the year, a

Mite of daoa of $550. still it is probable that it reserve equal to 15 per cent of their !4I

iaf at the 'f would bring $1.00 if offered for total deposits and those institutionsin t rir
lees overtook : Qresrlfor Chinese Girl Students. sale. Tills one specimen came from
the state outside of New York ITt .,.
Chinese girl students are no tanger England: and was sold at the auctionof ,
arv uo .
city a reserve of 10 per cent The law
be allowed to dress as they please. the Micgley collection in Philadelphia -
White .
Mr .. provides that the new reserve shall WIDoz I It-;:
ly busy tand 'the. .'"board of education has de. for $370. At a subsequent saleit b, established on a sliding scale toast
Cefaredo st Such an announcement sug brought $550. ic 2 DUlYfRt .
to obviate the large drain on the f.
aii|opening in China for a ra this list the
Among the Twelfth In comes banks that would have followed the t ------i
have visited dress league. Little Tillies Washington New Jersey cent which establishment of the reserve upon '$ 123? t

_ days was d to loose "pants" long has .a record price of $640 but is given day.

fee ) ( .find wobbly. shoes are now easily worth more than 1000. It is

seesTot, order* of that august body the unique. It shows .the words "Gen. Kentucky Tonic. .

etc. We also of! education to don a "physi eral Washington" around the bust of The crisp cie.u. cool air of the CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY,

York exercise" cosfu'neafter which the natriot. On the reverse is the autumn is felt in the Kentucky zephyrs -
Jacksonville Fla. i iI =
Cutle Garden wilt appear In the class room In shield always borne by the New Jer- and will soon be still more ,

Fwy kind '.attire for ordinary school sey cents surrounded by the motto abounding. It invites to the open I., .
only natives The new rule'may raise a "E Pluribus Unum." and to vigorous exercises as no

of foreign } but along with the anti-foot The Continental currency dollar spring' breezes ever did. There Is no .. mBBHBBBBBnBnOHHBHRHB. .. . .

Among others .cresac'e!, which now receives should rank next. This was the first tonic so wholesome as nature's and

Manatee or : support it points to the dawn silver coin struck by authority of there is no tonic so good or so inexpensive I We Never Disappoint Our Patlants.

recently anew era for the benighted wo the .colonial: government. as exercise ]n the fresh air.jwensboro .-
by Senator of China.-South China, Post. A New York cent struck in 1787 Inquirer. ff i FalfU! Eury Preilag a 4 urn E.M lilt Eta
sittboa$ tae anu..rh agi.s.4 v'US.e.dia tales ;
Flau which follows. 'hl S snows an Indian holding WpW&k. or d.c.atiea faro b.at3..u cet.gtw L1.2'
The Man in the Case.A tomahawk in his right hand nun. wttbt* CIoen1II7 0' DL5.rai 8&.an ..... .. X.vterPodtisvty ....
F" a
.. .. ,
boas position .
wadi .11. i bats iNto+9.feii
few Sundays ago, the Rev. Dr. bow in the left while on his back is -I II 'I'M Dr.Iiag7i 1ca.r.o.ta.stttW.ojsatt.0udir..
It U Chicago's famous preacher, II Ia..ottae J$& .,G.oreta IH U. no.a' at aI' ad
- a quiver. Around this is the inscription Dv.W. I. ...,. iu fWllUhad
street corners great horror at the great I I \ ,r/tat eal./OORtiwa..,..:&UIIo b i _
"Liber Natus Llbertatem Dsfende. "srit.atwtobr +ei a .. .. -A
as they pass of women who are allowed J ." Ov.....w tM Wa&lalll'yr clime e/M"k wv,. -;
led; ....bad as.d3aa1 tad e6-awsri MI& r '
eedless flow. the police to parade the streets The Confederate half dollar wind? eqsf>yed.tr_ s t su* ..landle.....
I.) always a A lea.xtay.Yfol" let.sad l'1aMa ra" aa'"", ...,oiem.t..ltocattaulYooratott
the "Windy City"If up the list of fifteen'rarities.. Of II ...:'- fIo.r..hAtttt
stances a step New aodma U vnrf rttpccl. MI *t tujtoi tees fait U taft .
Dr. Stratton were to visit these there are only four known. ThE'1 tntscl tad opidn.iwatseta.t"'tta:aril nausea sndaraR z

many more. his surprise would be still record price for this coin is $370. sedWi nl &oJ 4 b amt.....1IIhJ..dCal s a.... --n.. plop ....
c It Is But what of the immoral the of metallic I C.O.I.1f tee.. 4 y'wNU.wa Iw.
These are only pieces SUIW .... "
to i&pac..iim.. .. ... i'ta.o_ -
Park, occupy who are given license to wattr .a : 1 H 4i
struck of the .
currency by authority I osa.t t.....u Ja.. slsA.,...
beaches on streets for the same immoral' Confederate. government i Jff t am b. cNm1CmsE sES.a n'.d ==J
ways on a ? In the practice of immor- When the Confederate government:I 0; tub M SldMr ... e..w.alai.. aa... -
watch the be I t1 pw &ap'", Uydrs sI., nWu. &.-... -i. .a.oft =
: the man seems to a privi seizd the New Orleans mint In 1861 : \\'I' UITIC8. ..,' CtMMM. TlBOT U4 BkUfMOt ,fOWo !iii... 1Jata.fQ ,r..
they bowl a! : character. When the woman **. BbCbrMM ..... t. t,. ia lea,
they at once laid plans for a distinct et L ku14 st Do D1aat.e'rot ... awn r ptq .1IIWi
and fittings caught doing a wrong: and brfught coinage Dies were made for a o.e.ti n t+ a+r<- & IKMMftW,tad WCi VMkM** l Cf...,.. F
inatiaa IMtnckkvi 01
you t+oaaA WI
tktiags be i the Master for condensation, fifty cent piece. For some reason the Armour's"Simon, .\Wi'ItfSQLTA AT1OM ANDaD hi Male'..........L .
41.1.K1 &Z ncw-r 1t
footman dress
[ word said about the
was mann
dies suitable for the '
were not regular
all colors '' the case "and this giving a special coinage press so four pieces were Pure"The .1.,fill IEMUIH..

'M In these to tie nun hu been going struck in an old screw press. cream of lard. .
. .'_ New Yorkers, every 'since. 'e

- hide ever I Why should the woman be' con Texas ,W. C. T. U. Convention., Costs a little more

'! seen in the I and the man condoned? Marshall Tex, Oct. L--The annual :
than ordinary lard? g
driven In state, convention of. the Woman'sChristian LANDS.
weary looking The Christian Observer, speaking: Temperance Union began Yes, but it always gives .

picture.' Mr .Bryan, says that it might! ,be here today. The sessions are being satisfaction.In If you bave lands you wish to sell leasa or rent t
,,,. It Is that never has aa American: cir -rtd in the First Methodist church. and
10 pound
5 ,or if you want to buy lands for farming, grafting,
the,globe eavfu.a.b b tter'record
the vut and Mrs.' Helen M. Stoddard, president of '
:-art gallery h1nd him. For total abstinence, the Texas division ia presiding; buckets_at turpentining or lumber purposes

;Wit. .farooas. : r. Sabbath observance, for :StrictestOIl'sty. Mesdames Addle .Zelner. of .Dallas; K. Writ to '
J 0 Grocery( '
pa ents, d for tactful ..gentlemanliness, and Nannle Curtis of Sherman.., state : "S
,Brtttt .Bryan' has stown; what the' risbt lecturers-,and- -otgacizers. will' deliver Clark Bros.. Prop.

't 'I I 1',,also rt of training'and*b>lief can ,46 for addresses. Mrs. Claude Lv. Green Phone 174. BLOUNT REAL ESTAT1 CO. r

.tie city 'OJ1, ,..... n. ,..Mr 'Bryan;j It:>may: also oe remarked national chalk-talk lecturer, win be '-; : -:- '

,fiwa" 'the j Is a'true Wue Presbyterian in attendance. :' ." : .;,. OCALA. FLORA. ; _

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: l Season Over Shipnunta No .Trouble Anticipated-Insurgents
Al1 The North German Lloyd Steamships Alfonso's Bride Finds Spanish\Custom : Rainy now' Twenty-Five HundredKnlghta.t '

i_ sM lflton, Will Exploit Its- .Bea> Will Run Boats ,From',6remea to *. Very''Trying RoyaltyJ oJld I cf Rock for Last Year- Well Satisfied and Cairn! They the Mortar" Meet in Atlanu. t

Be Dumbfounded if She Appeared Items of Interest.. Have Won Their F.Iht-De o.ed Social'.Features bntll
t1 and Bid:for Commercial. Charleston .and Savannah-Permanency End cf ..

!penaion at Jamestown Exposition of Line Depends, Upon .Suecess. .in tYen'ln Gown. 4l3 Florida arepleased 'to President Seems Dejected.! sionWelcomed to the City fey .

j: fifty Thousand Dollar Club House I The miners: -- Governor and Mayer.
____ I Special to the Ocala Banner; ril believe, and; the belief backed, by Havana Oct. 1.-The landing of
l TotBe Erected
__' Special">-"*)>* CTthe OcalaBanner'*"**" --3 T: don"wtlcG 2.-Before, the.J liar most fervent ,hopes," that for the any considerable' number of Americans Atlanta Gi Oct
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t .J.J ''to the Ocala Banner: Bremen, Oct 2.-The North ,Ger- riage of King Alfonso and Queen Victoria greater part,, the :rainy season js took'place Sunday when 450 marines association of retail druggists I-

1 I'.l folk, Va, Oct:. |-TheJW8tricttf maD L1oy Jne,. whicn recently,Increased many people prophesied* ,ti over. For the, past three monthsthey came ashore from the squadronin gan its eighth anneal convention

t fcpjumbla Is making plans for fa its itsjjapital $6?50,000has )bev"wifih her fresh, simple unconvenUonalitj ; have l been deluged, but are beginning the harbor.. This. force proceededto today. .:

] -be, too. much 4f uNthe to see daylight again. The Clenfugos. It was explainedthat
representation] at tltejames under,consideration the Ktablishi would About 2,500 of the retail druggists
ti Exposition is to]fee stiff.convention of the SpariisS'cburt.. rains this, year have been the heav these movements were' not madeon .
which (the; 1 at ota new ine of pteamsiips between ., ( from every part of the United St&tg-_-
L & aw* considered thetthe in the ot phosphate 'min account' of trouble in Cien
Norfolk Va,' tajlidtifrh e'dW Bremen and the southern ,"howevel"t iest history, any

tridt wants 'to get oar the map as states. A .passenger steamer will conventions- would jbe too mnc'd -foiL Ing.In', rid, ., and;.damages adde, ? fugos, but 'far' .ie purpose of exerting are compacted present by Many their wives members and are :?:

to live and its,, business make\"an: 'eJ rimental trip,Dearly this her. E i lays have been, far in excess_ of fast a calming 'influence on the local ters. 4&",

_ grged. by the Washington news-. month from Bremen by way of Baltimore According to!: a Madrid leu e1he years. y ,.' situation' which contains some possibility The first session was held ,

is propose' to place its claims tOsCharleston.aS. C- and Sa- latter case aPpears. to be ..coming When the rains cease,' however, 'of a 'conflict by reason 'of' the today ,
"t Tomorrow Wednesday a? d
befee the people by} some effective vannah, GaTjThe '*result**>*Vi*of>i'ii this' trip true. The young queen is | udil tu: that is not always,the. end of the difficulties tense feeling existing between' the three sessions will be held< Thursday

be annoyed at ahe. obstacles with which, the miners volunteers the Insurgents dally ]N6--
..ertisins at the great' exposition. will determine the permanence of thee particularly' t4; government and. social features will be allowed to 1 .
wMC'- ", lies just at our' nation's captdYe !- lines to be undertaken. put In the way of inviting old have to contend,. The. floods have : $

-P ,front door. t1' ',' '' r.' t.:' ? .? .&*: f._-J-i--- --:-1" ; *. *"J ;#: ;' .>. friends [to stay with her SomeJ: of caused.. ,the rivers and lakes torise The day at the palace opened the terfere body.with the business matters d'

|TThe prospect for an enormous 1, ''at. < *Osceola.It .; .. ; her closest girt friends who are,without to unprecedented heights, and have quietly and rather gloomily.

_dance at the celebration of our .-is a difficult matter" to find the the strain!of royal bloody which also raised the working level in the 'There ars as yet no signs of Secretary Friday a magnificent barbecue .I-

Tercentennial is sd.. flattering that truth-Jn'-some'.matters, .. ;of Florida-. bis- the, court conventions of Spain deem pits.'The Witkacoocbee, river recently Taft's occupation ofthat edifice be served to the visitors at Peace 44-_:
> '
tie press is taking note ,of. It sereunsay Car,:..4In I.- i requisite for d'them, were jeceiyed broke into a, large mine in the which was the scene of a,number of Leon It is probable that the 'cti#

and an opportunity to get be regard to the birthplace and there as the ueen's guestS,. King Dunnellon district .causing all work farewells to ex-President Palma and will be tendered by the Cocas

fore, eleven to fifteen*, million of.peo- parentage of the celebrated Indian, Alfonsa was at. her side but to be abandoned until the'waters re his family. The members of the diplomatic Co. It Is the purpose to make It ";

pie''is" so etraordinary"" that it cannot cepia; there is, each'''a diversity of dies -of the court remained unmoved.So cede. corps and the consul generals of the best of the famous Gtorgi! ;:

( statements :by ''historians'" ;:that: they the young wrote to"King- in 'cues so the visitors will go awayl _
be overlooked. |#| ; queen For the sake of comparison, a called a body to say good-bye. i

t :Washington is justnow| awakening only confuse instead- enlighten.In Edward for advice, which came in-the table, of the precipitation, for the They gave expression to so many with lingering memories of Geerg'a'hospitality. '

toja great business and industrial re- last Sunday's Savannah Morning form of a recommendation,. to-be. sen' months of May June and July in sincere words of friendship' and appreciation .
-' otvaltwblch promises rapid and subfttatlal News Cof.%Sidney Herbert Lansing, sibleand "respect the peope'J} ,<'stu the years 19M, 190 and 1906.,is hereto of the' character and kind- Governor Terrell delivered tlJ.:"

; growth and the businessmen f Mal 1a.,i Fla, says'that Osceola pdffywhen. necessary and wt ul in attached. ness of the .latg/hes" f the repub. welcoming address on behalf of thti:

ef the district'propose' to'|oster|this has borntinWabama, that his father time; Jf lYou{ are wise you wjllihave 1904. 1905. 1906. lic. Senor Palma received air his state. Mayor Woodward spoke foxy=

impetus to the end thattlwcapitalBMHTJbe was aa S2glisliinanfajiariJs mother's, everything your:own way. ; **\ lay .., 1.04 in. 4.OQ':in, 7,40 in. visitors with quiet dignity and seemed Atlanta; W. B. Freeman presid fi| ::
-* fe *
asj** &f
than 'a'resi- name was Polly. Another court which has 'in. 10.36 in. of the 'Georgia Pharmaceutical At
something more custom June ,; ?' -50 tn- 6.19 entirely reconciled to going, although -

-4- teict place for oftiee bolders and pol- Rev. Handen Cheshire" deceased tried the patience, of the young.'queen Ji" July' ,:.... 'ip.. J5.42 In. ,he still .appears dejected at soclation, welcomed the druggists ts ;

lf gaahincton only a few..years. ago,,and who was is that she must" appear at Dinner ----7 the outcome of the revolution. behalf'' of this organization and President -

if no| already so, will well known to all our older citizens every evening m full Spanij&fceven-- 15.33 16.98 33.18 Gen Pino Geurra, speaking todayof W. S. Elkin jr., told how glad t.

.- -."-- day be the moat_beautiful 'cap asa man,of undoubted veracity, told; tug[ dress. If she appeared 'ataquiet' 'As1' will be; seen, from;- the above; tile new situation- In the' island. th1 Atlanta Druggists Association isto ::

1 1-, the world, and as it growl- :In o:-"1 ,::-""-* the ollowlig story con;-' dinner ,In the|simple evenin gown- the rainfall for May.June and July said a11.,the men of his force were have them here. '
> It. 'In eomme'r aiance < vjceolalif 'h!ff i..". royaj The growth of the national asso .
t so may' grow w.f. oi tf a which is ,favored by all ;ladies Df this year:'was greater than .for eminently satisfied with the arrange

if its act've business meH 4 Re .h fe ea hire kcame, to 'JfaaIItonc9nnly England atf such domestl gather,'- the !same< months ,of 1904 .and 1.905 ments. He ,expressed. the belief that ciation' is marvelous. Seven years ago

ring this abo They wantta' abut i82'5; when\t'b was' ings the Spanish court would >fi be together; the" stability .of., the government wasnow the first convention was held, sad,

:bat;:will '" !: its own needs about, 10 years old, and Osceola's dumbfounded 'No\v 'that shipments f of hard rocks assured, and predicted that newer only about twenty-five members weft-

ploy its outh." parents were then living near the again 'would there be: 'a revolutionin present. Last year in Boston 13'delegates'
6"'far this ryear have been 9bcut5ieoo'tonstin'excessof > .
plans at'Jamestown employ an spring wJUch4JnTonx Edward's field Machine 'Exhibit Attracts'Atjtention. > 'Cuba, .thankl1'1argeJy tof the United 'Were present. This year

iture of 'at. least $55,000 and between the homestead and the G. S. ffj'Special ; the same,>period States government for' the' hand it fully 2,500 will be here and the membership
of 1905 will that
; _,bly 125,000 oflWhich Is to be & F. railway. Osceola was.then about to the;Ocala Banner:W | dndtioiii ha, it sbeen appear rcorrespondiriglyh.eav.r. pro- had taken'jn, : ,the settlement of the now -Is close to 40,400.

of congress rind the balance 13 or Mil s old. His father ws MacMLj,Ga.&0ct 2.-ThereisjgreatInterSt difficulty. Mr. Elkin says that the importance

I rafle ;.b1'8Ubs iPtloL. A peat Bill Powell[is a regular eorgia crack- mployed today at ihe.; air but such I is' not the real -condition While ritany'of his men 'wanted to of this convention to the druggUUi '
-of Thls't"lcreae has ,
1.1 Chouse, of beautiful(coa truction ertandi bisnmother waara full bloodedIndian grounds In ti first exhibitioVf rth| $ things parade in I.Havana< -before disperaing.he 'the south can hardly be estimated.
been FUJlplted'fr the
J.tJ supplied % the of'Sallie 'Market milking machine which is promised year by
witbJevery !creatur| y name ., thought this was unnecessary, and
: various companies and *wnith
.. rt and accommodation. !sj con Dsceola, waa born on theA6keefeehb- to dispense with the famous'dairymaId ate General Guerra said t there would d be Largest'.Chicken Farm In the World.
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Wed, that all who come may be kee swamp but whether'on the Georgia : The demonstration fof!' fthenWL. now' entirely depleted; demonstration that would permit Special ,to the Ocala Banner:
-*W At the '''time; :there' iii less .
fiiIIi welcome and fo shown the hoar .or'Florida side:6f'cthe State. line, working of tHe machine isjmthe present of the possibility' of renewal of the Easton Pa,. Oct .The largfst
'' a
.r.@ty. well Cheshire Brown m reck ci'tep' of' the, ground in Florida chicken farm In the world is SODA to E
as as having pointed out Rev. did not know. Osceola hands of M. of Belmon previous 'Asked
feeling. whether
sottiem the .glories 1.of Washington, grew. to manhood... and married. in this There .were two successful practicalmonstrations than for1 many years1 past,. .o' since his shared his*contentment. with be started in Palmer township, 3 V2miles .
i-- ** r *** "V. +- ." rCS' V rock has been mined In anv considerable men. ,
from The which _
b.ere. farm
I claims as a od.p1a, 'ta'1 nty/S One days himseif; family'and de of the machlne today t the 'proposition to return- quietly to
a number of other Indians were at and the farmers are much interested Quantity.-KJorrespoiKjence'- consists of i.i 1.% acres, has been V
their homes Gen. Guerra said ,
It :. ,
Anierii.! ,'Fertilizer.' .
{ proposed to White in this Osceo- Toflthe : purchased from WUson Bros cf
a display paintingsE. Springs county. and surprised at, the success '. "The en'under our commands"will
,capital city from every point lae was lying down in the shade of marvelous invention obey us. Those who do not certainly Easton:by William Talmage of Toronto k

f in. fact to 'show on canvasd a tree with his baby, playing on his f(1 Man'. vs." Hors.. I Can. and John Haupt of this :
'. i-:' never. were. "with, us. "The revolutiqn
pararama of its architectual breast. Some white men shot into Marriage of Gen. Wheeler'sjiDaugh- ._ .J I city. Theland was purchased for
is ended !and we .have'on,
-1 bother ,features.. The .natural in- the crowd of Indians from across the ter. 1 A man (Schrubb""has run a mile in we content"PACKERS I 115,000. The new owners will take
ares'Jremel '
'pe cr "er river and!.kiUedi.tb ,baby;.hence jrls Spec 1 tQtheltcalaBauner::: ,, f 50 minutes, 40 seconds; another: man possession today. This fall ""

r W yS intes488 h tllitj'to f1h 1whitepqi 1 -SsS IheslerV: /, 0 S 2_. >rs8ijCarrieMilking (Hutchens)'has 'rim '300 ;yards 'in 30 AGREE ON LABELS. one thousand laying bens will be

1 W 4w 14imF Thia1 br\jhe." tancV'Of tthe'toT peytOuWh wuUnarr!>U seconds; other'mal1' (George) has placed upon It, and the number will

.4btedlyinteresLandattract.Pvery related bY'lev.Cheshtre*, .ou *editor to--lr..Goron''LBucltr oLNew..Yor:. run a' mile in 4 'minutes; 12 3-4 'sec Packers Who Do Not Keep PlantsIn be increased to 10.000. The largest

V V t visitor to, this exposition. and the lateJudge H. J. Stewart. rise Wheeler is the daughter of the onds. Of all running records this First Class ,Sanitary Condition chicken farm as present is said to

: .Cheshire knew psjceola well and late Gen. 'Joseph Wheeler.. 'The wed stapp : most unapproachable. Will Net'be Allowed,to Use Label ccnt&in 8,400 a

UN I ERS. f, we believe his/statement'tabe! ding was a very quiet on? Miss and it seems.'likely to stand ''for along -Laws Will Be Rigidly Enforced. To equip and stock the new, farm
S V i** fea.! '
very particglar i 5..cJf x Wheeler is the youngest of the four time. will mean an outly estimated from '
{ :&*. -*!. Washington, D. C., Oct. 1.After
: it P1 l daughters of'' the renowned fl llter. Men like'Schubb'Bacon, and Deer- conferences $40,000 .to, '?\J.WO.> Mr Talmige is a.

V V 1s: key : A B t-1.Hi She; !s' still in her teens aud' Is pretty foot who .have 'covered very elI; on numerous about 40 representatives retired wholesale druggist of To
of the various meat
? lyt .t t f. eye-lass fnd'\ale.aledl. : She was sponsor1 of twelve' miles. In 'the hour, could. certainly ronto.
houses have with
packing agreed
c. the, south _at the'reunfon of the Confederate hold ,their own. with. most carriage .
:,s M.*IveBSMr' *" ;?OljTer.' rs the,ouristfcap?.. w -f4ij Veterans at Louisville last horses over 's'.good'road' ;' it the Secretary Wilson on'labels, which under Plumbers Get Increased Pay.

t"rrulel. 'Excus 'i h {,_ uriJ11 he ,said the law mut' be put on meat Brooklyn Oct. 1.-The pay of tie
roOl summer ,and her' appearance in the gait chosen were walking instead ofrunning

-4. p,41. '. o :", i rG V Vbut?m
..' r.a..l.y, 'Wf1r r for. fi ",';., that gunuaed on-yourjtrunk signal .for a memorable demonstra. worstediThe ''Grand Magazine.: Secretary Wilson: stood for labels were today' increased 25 cents, to f 5
t--f; Aa'riler Henry' Just tow (.; that would exactly state, what "the Per day. 3
,. tion.. Mr. Back 'is also a southerner ,
WOW A.M I : ""hat's rlgtb't{'safd the package contained, and this the i
tJ6' ; r' ) <'f ,alJt man nllho-igh he has resided' in New York Spirituous Euphomism. ,
t New Japanese Customs Hard Fcr '
: V 10. alrfords3rlHt with the }'H another packers have finally accepted with on -
;,13.ii. Just '
cap. '
e'Sjt ,
; ; (i.Y for some time. lie Is a lawyer (Dr. Josiah pldfield said he considered '
tilipr] }x'135. JJ1t Uke;)it iihad a"Jot'.'printed before I : a I compromise ,that a percentage of elgners.
\ and .a member of a number of clubs. beer of great value: but he
\ ) : l left 'ham 1iR d".ltfu. ,; : pre" I different meats contained, in any Tdkio, Oct; 1.-The new customs
I1UJlclfJW.: ; fiA Y an1'; southernsocieties.. ttred' "malt "
.. I to call jt tea. ) canned
ThCaanwitnithextlassesttook .article put under one name tariff, which went into effect today, i
Halerman, ?< : the I .
\ oJ1.t. .< <* -- --. This ,plan I have'extended for
_ '
L. t14Lierrlnsm M" : sUp paper.'and'lead I ItaJoud, I need not be stated. shows that the articles essential
RISbar'd .VI.
Noted Bunzel'Case Up For Trial. Champagne I call "grape' lemonade." I '
,. :''\\rhf1e a,;trtmkkwas being' : I Secretary Wilson, of the Department Europeans are the most heavily tax .,
it carelessly -
I Irlf I '" Newport, R. I., Ocf. 2.-The noted "Scotch,Syrups," all the whiskies are.
= VMJ HcT lr handledattthe, |Union Station I of ,Agriculture. says of the new ed. All articles of European wear- -
u Bunzel case came uy"Tfor' trial today. (Ut, doesn't 'matter ,where they're
,1t. .nist ; Mr last'riday1t'exploded, tearing loose in the first district court of Newport made. "t: \ meat inspection law: / n; apparel are taxed 40 to 60 percent

18. Nelson. ,Mr. Jim. the baggageman's scalp and demolish ) "The new law will be enforced It !Is quite etiquette for a Japanese ;
county. This Is the case in which Gin is "white, cream," as. -soft as
19. Rlcard; .G. Itk r ,, ing one end of,, the Ration/ Chief Yoman Bunzle, stationed hereat silk !strictly. W.e baye an appropriation gentleman to go anywhere la l

80. Stephens; Air. MW.U v: tO,J'.. /;TJle,other panf'putjhis-1 hand in his the naval training station here While becomes, "Jamaica m l'k." 'of $3.000OOQ ayear to enforce e it and Hmona and clogs while such com t
rum i
side we will have enough inspectors. mothres: as table cloths and curtains i
21 Shun, Mr. Samuel. ;j pocket, brought suit against the Newport London pispatch. '
21 Smelh. Mr. Lever ''., j js 'CtHave.a= few?" he asked. Amusement Company because .admission Packers who do not keep their plants are never seen In a boose. furnished

llTJUif.J.lrt Daniel.yl "Sure," said the man with the :strictly clean, who twill allow unclean Iin Japanese style.
k should
-- *. .. to a dance hall was refused Kim Senator Bailey" that
j glassss:=Cleveland"Plain rDealer i VCriyng habits among. their workmen or who I
24. Thomas. Mr. T V.j27.Catb
1; 4 > while he was In uniform. It is stated George Washington was one ot the I II
fail to produce meat products under Parcels Post Convention With Den
Coodvrord MriF. W.'ii ab .'"MW1}* W t57.SiW---iS'irBr'f that Rear Admiral Charles S. the richest men in America in his I
ZtL Wi it 4I so II Mr mo Nails For the ,Carnval- commaudmant Journal. ,the most sanitary conditions will not l. Denmark.
Thomas, at the naval day-Atlanta
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t'; ,. tion of an-Immense i'amphitreatre; training Wood fire places are again coming "This ,means that they will not be Washington Oct. 1.The pareell
of Benzle's and it Is i
.fi" .. F tha1esa'. f. '>'."".".1;" ; VrV '. 5,000.,seats, a1 Sand 'sf nd;' fences and expenses undErstood that the departments into vogue in our large cities. They allowed to 'ship their goods and in ,post convention went into effect to

: v,.Brown!,J iS.' Isbzro rc, : ,-. toptlis; for.the! carnival. ,. t,-: The- ;grounds behind the action. navy President Roosevelt are admired for the good cheer they l view of the recent agitation, I am I day. It provides for the exchange -

r *1. Borol; Miss .Annie: '" ; are:the same used In previous 'years, 'hag'eut Real"AdmiralThomas seem to produce. building was recently :i reasonably, certain. that no packer and transfer through the postal ser*

*Tl. Eoydin, Miss Sarah, occupying the blocks'.between Eighth completed in New York city iwill be suicidal enough to, throw the vice of both countries of parcel'
one.,hundred dollars as his contribution '
_I \..,'Du Uer. Miss Jab l/ V :::,1, and. Tenth streets. and- :Market and to the ,expenses of the action, containing' sixteen open fire places. i slightesct hindrance in the way of with weight no more than four

45t..Clark Miss Mary,. Liberty". ; taking in the ;Jacksonville.4 which Is taken in defense of the Unit This new fad Is causing a demand for i in inspection of the products and supervision pounds and six ounces nor measure -

_ .. rienjqnn, .Miss Ester,. }': "park. .,. ." ". ', "\ ed States uniform.' ? hard wood whicV. is bringing in' New i of the manufacture from more than three feet six Inches la

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*t8.. ,Frazier :MIss Eva,. .. all,sides' 'withTelectric g lobes x ;. the' hlpp"6 -- Anti-Gambling. League. is being. shopped. to New\ i on the hoofs until .it leaves .in the if the parcels carried Is also limited
!>. Freeman Miss Lelar; "' :i < ,'Ome, where scores of famous at York from as far south as North Car form .of food."There I to $50.

lit, Frefoian, Miss !ijeia H;, '.,;; tractions. from 'New York will be Special to theOcala, ,Banner. ; C. -? olina. I will be no controversy by
-1 Gat/onj Tars: Saria, seen; ,will. be" amblazcmed. with. myriad Albany, has-been Oct. 2.-Rev.superintendenj Dr. S* of I the Department of Agriculture with P. R. R. Breaking Freight Record. -
Peck who
12. Green, r!rL Evelina, : *bulbs>'I(and-the' gorgeous':;' arch AntiSaloon Mr. Wham Randolph Hearst had packers. If they do not want our infipectors Pittsburg. Pa., Oct. Business fa
vl3e-: -Mi's ,Nolal It-: f--tl rt at!the-entrance'.to,-"The ;tWonderway the Albany League jpistncf\sof, State connection, a great ratification meeting in New -keep a close watch pn evty freight traffic on the Pennsylvania '

ttt;pdercn, iMra. Maggie; !W' w illba e! tiit. 'rI' {contract for with thatjassociationtoday, severedj his for;,the: YOlk city Friday night the greatestever detail of manufacture, that is railroad is greater than ever before -

:U'ftrJef': fig\Florence;' Ut(elecCric worh and that:fox.the consjtructiqnworkav1be or"": -.- .- : held in that city.. It Is estimated :,their outlook- but in such cases they in its history. There Is a scarcity of
of anti i ,
#1e_ Hopftf .> ltd,Bultisber'; t .. ". ;; n sl!fined, andthegrounds."will' purpose nJ4aa: 'J..ntb-York ,.that there were forty thousand present will get no labels."I ., cars notwithstanding 36.000 more
? ling society in western New '
1T hur ter, LuJa y V; ", 7**. ". ,* .. : ; ;beNreadr several : Mr. Hearst has not the magnetism want to emphasize the fact that have been deavere4 and 14.* r
They will .be in ditelYanI op-: .
_k ,16,tJtviglloontMis$ ,sidle: s': daye.betorei ii&4 1J1fMquS.hoWsand. nose b itlnVat'the! The Rev.! nor eloquence of' Mr, Bryan but there' i& going' to be a' different kind more ordered.
t1f J ChFlett.1 4 > bicU9-fdu8ls S WS8* has a- fetchingwarsi.I the of inspection: at the Yards under the
., It ] ? has been transferred '
-- t A.- S. Gregg; i .
ii,\leaNziriilaltBttle .. for iv noyelty'rf luncb and krnstaurantill from7 New England'' And assigned' crowds with him, The only pharge new law. :It will be more complete Nautical Ship Expected From Loft
Miss l stands ben"* ** urged against .this marvelous young and Voyage.
5K Lewis. arrive In $. York for more systematic and the' regulationa
New we management ,
> Str """i ...-' S week..or..two.and. will ; ofjth"antigabmling XE--! -* t!+* New York republican will '
>u ttcOrrirTaizza; Jmmediately campaign; with headquarters .. r :enforced more ,rigid- .Boston, OcU.-The Maisacbait"

M. Mitchell Mrs. Lilla begin erecting their booths.. j i in Albany. They will center press is'in: fa "spends his money" ly." : nautical training ship Enterprise _

f 24. Miler. ire.k N t 'I The,> carnival will' open with a mat- their efforts in ;:dew York this but no' newspci-qr' has' yet charged The secretary said there was a]1 due at Princetown today from Fus-

26. Mobleyt Miss Amelia; -4 nee Monday afternoon November IT ,fall and winter. that .he has spent one, cent- other thanhis great many ,independent packinghouses chal, YMfrt

K TUlman trs. Nettle Jt. will continue throughout the weefeBJ. ," '. f own.' The republican' party has in the United States, concerns

WfliiaS's...MrL Fimrile.: 'V V ; "! a1 f[ estimated 'tha tthe first daysat travelled all 'routes. and exploited all representing investments of between For New Chief of Artllltr.y

2t-WiUiamO, ,MrsRFannle. ,% 41U' : !T dance'wiil. be between 8.000a, .Georgia's, to the Juvenile Reformatory. schemes' in its' efforts to -raise- ,'cam $100000;; and ',200,000. each, Washington, Oct l.-tJeuten. .

29. Williams Miss Beatrice,<-i vFroa 1':< i..).(.ull.....'. it Special Ocala Ga Banner. : 'Muledgeville j| ,' p ign funds ;'to-:secure' trend so which:'the big.. packers called 'smalls Colonel, Arthur Murray today suo '.
: Oct
,. 11 l. o. > a ] .juveoile.. Sere I its' holdfngup Its:"hands'to holy' horror where" there 'were no inspectors at ceeded Brigadier-General Samuel M.
: new reformatory
:!:' .1. "tnry, ,Josephine.. -- -. /. Fine Brood Mares. jesterdayjtThe Inmates opened witfiioT'begarbk j at Hearst for 'doingthe same ,present. These will be' supp'ltefl with. Mills# aa .chief .of artillery. atntf.'t]-
'' .' We havejust gotten In 'a car load i thing 'Is mere' pretense 'and stage for .
_- G. a CROM pr M inn but l inspectors now. Milks?who has been in ill health
= .r ,fin ... of the finest brood mares ever brouglEttq stripes,, 'wUl 'wear a I ; --. .
: sick
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> L .th :and:tosea m ad- havyt-blue 'uniform, 'Theboys 'will acting.'t.. ... '" I Nor l j. a long time and who )je now oa
AM W MitrA l not be regarded' as "convfcts fbut A s tl8iecl customer Is ih$ best adrvftrtiscment to ,
the V of Mrs; .W. very.reasonable prices Come and : :jtmpon to :the Louisville .Courier- Lte Liesteaant-Colonel Murray wasrecently utU .
guest JLi. I dfby fe-. youths; whose :welfare ia life 1& and -. satisfaction; Is noJ
>trned to her home in :Lakeland Wed. lookthem over .at : I t ..I _._... esbe only-our aim.but-our kuaranteef(Try 'Journal. 'TJi) paper.Jn its scare head commandant of the sehool
THE' FARM!STABLE : the Wliite..Houses snoe: spring styles. Iinea-tot t 'M";. ,.xx 1 "-S :Ocala? ..Fla. .schooling and manual training for mert'and women Just arived.: The .Journals saysYel.low 1 of ,subfisarine* -*,\defense- "at ,Fort' TIN.
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Adjourned:meeting*of city Council carried. r Q :
.het. "" Se tenitietSth1946: 1fJ', )ir. ):.. 2c .. Ir .
The meeting was called to providing for the renaming

r'; j bY''Mr.. T. j:: Owen of' the 'streets 'and avenues of the ., ,

lk sfdent"'pro tem: .Kolf vas called city and the renumbering of the %c*

> end, following members present: T. bulldingS on all of the", said streets I IS APPROACHINti T1 T1e

:J. Owen.'.J E. ;Chace J',G." A CannltkMl. ,and avenue,'.and to :provide for a c

', H/A/fprd} JrfD Robertson; dK penalty if or failing* so :So do which .blr

Baseband ,. ,EJttfelfton. Ford
pa notion of Mr; referred tc
;, Minutes ,of September 4th were j judiciary committee... .. ,: k
-. e
: : : : :: ,
read Approved-al 'a'.;7ninntessofnber Robertson- '
{ 1 Mr'J' ft !introduced
.. ,8. '.were_ ad. and appmv j ordinance for a long! distance. _tele-' I
: ">=R* VIP WM*
phonehlc b' Iva :d and*rof arredto
ala Fla 06. E
Mr. Ford. moved. that examination. ;judiciary corr mittee. Aug. 23 :
tax books,be taken up and the reg On motion duly carried clerk was: .
'alar. business of the evening post- Instructed to have copies x>f sari of lrI Trade

poned which was seconded, but on dinance made for each member of :

." ,.. foil 'call motion was."test. and councilf"roceeded counciL nOn ED ROCK' >

':', : -to regular '' i!. motion duly carried the tOlll'i have just placed .
ion'.from'the;trustees ing bills which ,were properly approved -
,; ,91 the electric light bonds for the city were ordered' paidrFawyerman T. .

.": |f Ocala asking, to be .relieved, from : Electric; ,Co.., S42.50J;] 'The( Great Home carload of the West-
inr other.furthe pliability as such B. N, Sinclair, $2.50; Ocala Ice & *
Irufcteea :was' read ,said trustees hay: Fuel Co.. $2.00; Niagara Falls Meta r "

lag turned over to the clerk said Stamping Works. $8.00; H. C. Sis .f:1; DrinK For AllIndig'estion Go's famous shells;j

bonds tQ e disposed .ot by .the coup trunk, ,$2.16 Ocaa Ice & Fuel. Cot. :
_ ;!U. rF !fl moved1hst theuiattef! -$2.5qt)rCt\E- r 8c .""MacKay" ,* ?2,4a; H. < ,
'of the 'boardF'ot 'trust eeS" 'and: 'the M..D. arbom. $l :'rAuriliaary Fife, prepared name prices _

bonds te referred. to the -Auauce. Department $15.50; Lang Svrartz &:. .1tiv' I 4

.committee and city attorney for Co., t12.40; A,. ,J. Brigance, U.Oqj< a n dollars to
\ Drop
;f rtr:first aa.towhethet.heJO'XlS MaribnLlIardwar 114o,61;, ,W est !FiI.1 you.

are all that >were..deU.vered. to the j {insiousfrElectric!;! ,and..ilanafacturingCo. iThe value of real '
'f a .
trustees, and.not. sold; second, as to ., U2.4.54J Paulp .,Carey ManufacturUi great ,. for quotations.

,the,, best. method. ;''off providing. -for4hesiakibg ;)Qou, 41.4} Florida ,Electric; genuine Ginger Ale as a f
fund ttat"should4 have 'been C04 $45.39Jo: Florida Plunibfng and

provided .for'in ,the :past third,: for Eiecfric Co, $13.50: ;' bills_ for city remedial agent for Indigestion has SWARTZ&CO. :

:rK the report and recommendation as lightning: referred .to finance..commit
: to the best method of removing the tee: bill of Mtnroe &: Chambliss for: been thoroughly} and satisfactorilyproven

{ present trustees and appointing their $45.00 for rent .of'deposit box for city by Red Rock Ginger Ale. Wholesale' Grocers in Ocala :i

__: successors. Motion was duly seconded bonds was referred' to finance com-
and carried. mittee. /

It wa. moved*> by Dr. Chace and Action of clerk in drawing regular This statement is sustained by the fact -

carried that the finance committeebe pay rolls was approved. thai eminc7t and ethical physicians .

requested to report as to the Report of market committee recommending enthusiastically reconuzzzd it -THE

matter of the non-rttura of the bonds', that city establish a marketon and use it in their practice.On .
Dy" the trustees referred to in' their North .Magnolia street at some Hardware
communication. place suitable and convenient for .

'The following roraman'caHon from citizens living on north side of town sd? rJ>ttlcdj at cH groceries, asd ca draught at soda: fO 1ts.Manufactured -
the board of trustees was read: was received and council desire until -

Ocala Fla.r Sept 17, 1906 next meeting to consider same. h--. ,
:To the City Council of Cealv Finance committee returned' reports Fencing, -

Gentlemen:-Herewith we, beg to of officers correct and approved DOors and .
by THE RED POCK'COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida. ;;
band you in .accordance with the which on motion were adopted. ,

ordinance authorizing the issuance of Tax reports of city aattorney were I i Paints. Oils and Varnishes
; : the General bonds of the pity of checked up by chairmaan of finance Prefer Country Bred Men. J

Ocala, nine of these bonds ,numbered committee and reported correct. A point upon which employers differ -i ItWIll- Mill and Mining Supplies! .

;: from 28 to 36,,inclusive together with Street committee reported that a is as to whether men from the r -'(' /"

all unpaid coupons belonging to same deposit of lime Had been ,located in country are better ,than men from the Turpentine Snpplies, =;

purchased. by the city treasurer and rit\ "end Messrs. Ford and Nelson city. The feeling that country bred Pay You .!
cancelled' and delivered to us. Also- appointd special committee, to take men are likely towork horder is Improved Farming Tools]

i_interest coupons-for Interest ou said an option on said property. widespread, and it has much evidencein GET OUR PRICES 5

"ssue. of general bonds to July 1st. Building committee returned ap- its support.. There is, however

.*' 4, ,190". and paid by him and deliveredto plication of Tydings & Co., for building i hardly; enough to justify turning down I IF You have any Real
]J. to sell ,
us. approved and said report was applicants simply be cause they are --

We would request that the. city adopted. city born and bred. And for some OR Hardware Company

clerk be tustrnwd to d receipt. for the above 'bonds and in- and Telegraph Co., was on the city man Is often the better. I IF You're thinking of
Where knowledge of the city is to Florida for a home
terest coupoUs. motion duly carried definitely post-
: The coons for' Ue 'interest due' July poued. not essential at the outset I belive 'o:7 ,

4',,1906. were not delivered to us by The bond of the clerk was referredto as a rule the country bred man makes OR

.,' he treasurer\ as is required by the finance committee.Fire the better employee says H. J. Hap- | You desire to invest in

ordinance above .cited,but were paid committee requested further good president of Hapgoods in the |I" kind of Florida property,

by him and delivered dirct to the time en bills of Mclver & MacKay Annals of the American Academy of

'city clerk. heretofore referred to them. Political and Social science. He may TO SEE

Our secretary has examined these The assessment books of the city be a trifle slower and more awkward OR WRITE

coupons and finds that they have were examined 'by council: found than his city brother at first but he

been all paid and represent .all intrest correct and certified to.' has the advantage of good habits of

due to Jaunary 1906. The date of the closing; of, the tax not being afraid of, long hours and J. H.LIVINGSTON & OH
We therefore would ask that the books was fixed: by council the 1st of being willing to start at a very

clerk be also Instructed to deliverus of Decmeber, 1906; and collector re low salary. The city man is rarely 8C*LI. FLORIDA.

a receipt for these coupons which quired to make final report on or before entirely dependent upon his own and

have come through our hands to the January 1, 1907. therefore lacks a strong incentive to

council so that our records may be Mr. Fcrd moved clerk on opening faithful effort,wnile tne man from the Jerry Burnett,

complete and in accordance with the registration 'books Insert a notice country knows that he must make

ordinance.We to that elTect in each of the daily good cr walk back to the farm.

also request that this reportbe papers. Men from the country go at their Merchant

..Ipread'upon the minute book of I Council thereupon adjourned.H. work with an 'I will' spirit that is
- simply ,irristible." said a well known
the ,council. C. SISTRUNK Tailoring.Ocala. .
0 Resepctfully. Clerk City of Ocala. manufacturer to me the other day.

"For example I brought a young fel-
S. T. .. -- Florida.
HERBERT A.. FORD. Sec. Working to Save Historical Place. lo wdown from my old home in New

_ Board of Fond TrusteEs. The war department la planning to England a year or so ago and from Finest Imported and.
want of anything better to put him Domestic Cloths. .
Mr. Nelson ,moved that clerk and dispose o fthe Fort and its, surroundings
at, turned him loose in thhe shipping
president give rececipt for bonds and In S1. Augustine to privtte parties 4epartment and t.." him to see if he Cutting a .
'coupons referred to ,in above communication for building purposes. The cit- Fits Guaranteed.
could make himself useful for two SAILINGS EACH WEEK
:which, was carried. of .that city are doing every-
-' of three weeks. Later when I went
Mr., Ford'moved a committee of thing in their power tolave this BETWEEN
o transfer hi mto the factory the
one be ,apopinted by the "chair to historical spot from the hands of Da< com I
head of th shipping departmentwould
with secretary of bond trustees "commercialism." n rf TEED '
meet ; not listen to It., He said the BY A ville and New \ 0 rk.
: to. check up these bonds, which was Several days ago the St. Augustine I BANK
young fellow: had learned nearly as
carried and ,chairman appointed E. F.. Institute of Science and Historical $5,000
much about the work as he himself R. R. Fare Pad. Calling at Charleston, S. C., both .
Nelson as such committee. Society; held a meeting, and adopteda taken on tuftJoc. ways
Communication from G. D. Hoganasking long, set of resolutions asking the knew and was his most valuableman. and cheapest on earth.BUSINESS Don't delay.COLLEGEl Writs. nXZST STZAXSHIft C? 73Z C3ASTWS2 WV1:!.
We tried a dozen city bred men CEMSU-AUBAMA o
permission to erect: a brick reservation at the St. Augustine Inf ,
in the same department before and
horse and, wagon, on lot 2, block 45. the ancient fort and its surroundings Let one of them had made good"That McIYER and MACIA NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN J INES'

old survey Ocala was" 'read'and on The letter to the departmentcloses I FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN
"building committee as follows: ,. .r-...
motion referred: _."
"No place in all this country has marriage is a lottery is not ... A _ .'..... Boston and Providence
merely a figure of speech in the and all Eastern Points.
Communication from A. E., Delouest; been the center of so many histori-
province of Smolensk Rusfsia. It Is calling: at Chute*ton Bath WI,..
asking permission to erect aa brick cal events coevring so many yearsas an actual fact. There four times a t
building on lot one block 54, old survey the: old fort and the surrounding liEU WEEKLY SAILINGS
year a lottery is held, the capital FUNERAL
Ocala was on motion referred to reservation, and the EL. Augustine, Institute prize being a young country girl : ........:..... ............ .MI.M-....-........... 4':= y ea. lad btl 1.
committee. of Science and Historical Society -
00 building communication from John M. desires in the general voice with sometimes a good dowry in ...................................frda fjrt $i Ct&trh* Sirni, fe>>:'nCt
sheep. The price of a ticket li aboutS5
be relieved of protest against the alienation of
Graham requesting: to -1-
t cents. At a single drawing 5OW< St. Johns River Line.
from bond as city clerk .was'reach Dr. any part of the reservation. It should tickets are sold. He who is fortunate Have a full stock of Coffins C'Jt: k
Chace moved that communication be i remain forever intact, a historical and Burial Outfits. HwcUl given
enough to draw rthe lucky ticket hP.shis Jacksonville and Sanford
;t filed and Mr. Graham released from landmark, telling in itself the story alternative he the Burial services. '
,fill bond which was, carried. of three centuries of struggles and girl if sie pleases may himtiro marry gaining Embalming to Order t Pihtii, J.s.:1', 3j: ifd (Dew) IT! btAJ.ct
for triumph, of civilization ia America." Uiiiijt 93: SV 1m 2iTO.
of a M. Livingston,
Application thereby ${.OOO.. ,in. addition to whatever -
still at market, was on motion referred The destruction of this, spot would the girl brings with her as her Steamer City of Jacksonville
seem almost like vandalism, and we
... ,,' to market committee. dowry or, if the prize ,in Question :>> Sail .< follow ,cart JacktmvUt : Communication from E. M. Howard trust the good people of the Ancient K tqnnaX'kips$...1"kif* encn t**wfer I'aye a,.. _
dots not please him he can. hun the pesrr't Seed* *n tat beesme se
be successful ix. their et. xtafcl lave tie ry
fever being is City may you
with reference to hay ,
ticket.over to a. friend.:-:Tid-Bits tb&r dMefcpttenmisU A eentarycf
sanitary com forts to save it from anniMliation. expert cm in mehk,uj oi I
_K: { the city, was referred to tense to all ottin SCHEDULE I' "' .m.-...
We we ipeeali&is fa craving IfUII w
mittee. Lame Back. fiotrrr ami s.,ntde tied.
s Cough Remedy One of Dui beer Jne+ti fro.. l
'.,, Communication of Mayor McConT. the Best on the Market. This is an ailment with whichChamberlain's D..8.FESST&CO.Detroit _.w.M,...__._ Ja.kJeftyUlt __ __.. _$ m.e N.. ee
atby sugie-ting that matter. of, the Chamberlain's Pain Balm has proven ....._..- '. .. 'ahttu __._ __' ""_'r ..
: For .many years especially! valuable. In almost 'every _-- _.-.,.. A ttWf .... ----l -
bond of superintendent: of electric. ; Cough Remedy has ,constantly gainedin nlstance, it affords prompt and permanent -.-_, .......sI!!! F"u'it____ __ ........ _.. f'" i ii P". II
coun favor and popularity unto it is now :. __.. __ S..r.... _____ ,> "
attentionof ,
receive JL
....light. plant .. of the most medicines- in relief. Mr. Luke LaGrange' of ---t-- ....wkaterpnit_ __- .... .:. .. ..iL i
+ tiL Demotion. of Dr..< Chace,,second: one staple Orange Miclu, says of it: "After uSIng FERRY5A ,
use.and has. enormou3'sale., .. It is in-
and other remedies three '
'ed by Mr. Sage,' was referred to tended especially for acute throat and A'plaSter and Ticket Office, 12 Wilt @e7 $L"i Cesuv'i.
weeks for a lame back purchased a .
finance, committee lung diseases such as coughs colds bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm 4
.Communication from Fire Chief and croup, and can always be depended and two applications cured me." For s .. J*.. AWtCrjl PlM. ACt.tmW.jjtlnM..ljfl r ,"&.
'Brlga e' 'asking' :that, council recontsM ',upon..' ,It is pleasant; and safe to sale by druggists. 'm Fyri Fmc1tt of 'hen dxeat:St.ect.J+ct.v.v, tt. Pk w p, LOV >ipsoiette ? .
4' '. his resignation' ,heretofore ac- take and is cndoubtedly the best in ,pair of our White House ..! ,.' Re4' : pt.. 'ek. N +YaY. .vuC 'IU.fJL.Ii.m. 4f> iB Y.
tea market_for the, purposes for, which ,Get our prices suamtsr dry goo.Is.tl1 t JI' make your feet gla4New Viet President *n4 Ctntral Mahler,
oej. ..ted. as.rhe.. .; desired,. to. withdrawMr i it:, is inteaaed. Sold\ 'hy .all drug- oa, !t'JArtf'r t stvlea tint in; for' men. Pier 36 North River. > Banen 2W &rti4 N" '
The'Fair': -i +ift V.1i. .
that :Brf .f Save you money: r Fair.
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.IMPROVED. WATERWAYS. awaited since MX.;; Bryan .decided to i C Salt*. c. v. i-

NEWSY NEWARK NQJES. _. ,.:.:. 'J;=." : '. .< maintain .'_.hfai''gqvernnieat':;: jwnership .. ,

policy Advocated at._Alternative of ,n> ,:""are.Arademec essaa v'accordin; SMITH & ROBERT

c, .-5f f' '- Government Ownership of to Mr Raadall. and his reltaw warlsrs.
Roads Would Accomplish Desired because of ithe need o!. concerted 'action

The Editor:and the Local and Society ,Editor pf the Ocala Results, While Free .. and reattlzat'bomCheat the organization Funeral Directors 11II Licensed EMilll'1)er&1

fc. .' -- ? : From Criticism of Ownership working tW*tile' benefit''Of

Banner are Now:in .New'York-They Take in the Policy any particular-- ''section but for the LATEST METHODS. BEST GOODS. WORK GUARANTEED :YJ >

.. .0,> : ". ; > ..' country in gea3naJ.WtlaLevea Telegraph order receive prompt attention and embalming done UfW'liI
? happens
f #i' Sights. V --.. .on short,notice
"* IK t *" "* .** ** *. ,V Washington Sept % .-Are' the more certain han ,ever
.. t -V J B* now seems
', "
ii- .. ) J deals of Mr. Bryan in f
H advocating government that the coming session of congress

New York, Sept. '27. ,1906.. cemoticn, first 'on a ship then oh a ownership of railroads to be will give the .question of waterways OGAL! URNITURE GOMPANf

tf 'the Ocala Banner; trolley on file elevated, railway; ,on accomplished in another; manner improvements fromsideratbafnptropoatttm
We arrived in the great$ ity of the subway;' moving stairs; elevator vrtfichwhite bringing the desired re- to the importance whichit .
crisis win limdnate the mote of discord has assured. Even 'before the pr'esentdevelopmentsttfs -
but foot.
New York yesterday afternoon at'one principally on -
aroused by the government, ownership
o'clock. The 'weather from In the afternoon we'went thrgMacey's h seemed certain
thirty +cry? TIns IS the latest, and but the gilded interest Charleston to New York continued one of the large department
rot important bearing of the question i more firmly than ever 'In the pub-
and the in every way .stores, which covers'several acresand DIRECTORS:
pleasant trip over which! the local political experts lic eye.

: was a. most delightful one is, one of the semi-sky scrapers SIre pondering at pr eeent. Developments R. 8. Hall George MacKay J. K. ChriitUa

We declined the offer of .a' cab for walked up and ,down Broadway and I of the last few days", have BIG STORM ON THE GULF. H. A. Ford Z. 0. CbamblUs

.o@ and came straight from the Fifth avenue watching the immense given -added strength -to the. asser-
T. T. Munroe J, B. Brooks
Clyde Line dock to.the hotel door ona crowds] hurrying in every direction.It tona of -those' who see .only an. affirmative Pensacola's Loss Estimated st $30-

street ear for the 'sum of ten is ,an amusement In itself, just to answer to this queatsion, ad- I
cent We are t pleasantly' domiciled- stand on the corner and watch the vancfcn. Egan up ,to +date system national 000-Vessels Piled Up on In addition to its excellent fertilities ths Bank
ta Its lof navigable waterwaysas es-New Orleans Mobile and
scope ,
let the Hotel Churchill, Fourteenth hurrying crowds"?of. people the street alternative '

': and Broadway, and fronting on Union cars: the elevated railroad and subway government the acceptable ownership -policy of Moreover the- Other 'Cities Also Hit. has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good

Square., one of the manY delightful cars passing In every' directionevery I -
such a possibility Is warmly wel-,
breathing spots in this, minute. Everybody) Is in a corned :by all those who, whether; Independently Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 27.-The Board of Directors and a strong body of Stockholders ss-

The square' is .ornamented 'with a rush, no one idle and everything 'is or following the 'lead of worst storm and hurricane that the

statue of General Washington and hustle, bustle and rush. such prominent democrats as John gulf coast has experienced since the

and is filled with stores Sparpe WinJama' and Senator 'Daniel, VIllage of Pensncola on Santa Ro Abraham 'Lincoln i The are particularly beautiful THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
which at deprecate as result of"sober second I island was swept one hundred nd scot
this a
benches, ,are always occupied season, filled as they are .

Sa the .summer time by working .people I:with the new fall, and winter style' bought, Mr. Bryan's advocacy of I en years, ago began last night and, OF OCALA
government ownership of railroads. r is still raging .late this afternoon. It ,
and ''when the weather is excessively and it. is a perfect delight to roam

What Mr. Bryan aims at parthrular- is reported that many lives betweenthe ., . .
hot many sleep on.the grass all around In them and look at the beau .
: ly In Ws stand is efficient regulation : city and, navy yaard have been -
jdgbt when allowed .to do .so. by the tiful things. ." ,.Lf.
., lost, but so many reports of1 this character -- -
jpclice.: Last night we took in the wonderful

Many Floridians, are stopping _at Hippodrome.. It Is. the largest, together monopolization with+ as of great transportaftfon'a freedom fa of have been current, all the day. Florida East Coast Railway
obtain credence.
the does not
this hotel;i among'''whom are the following handsomest and most costly playhouse cilities. But unfortunately for' the :

; Colonel" and 'Mrs Chas: .P. in the world. It cost $2,750- pointed out, the general concensus ofpinion It Is known however that many of Local rune Card No. (7. h Effoct Silt. 16 I9CI. '
the houses In that section under
Lovell and two children, of Jack- 000 and fifty-two thousand people has been that while the- ends are SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ !'P,

.tU1e; ,Mt and Mrs. H. E. Day,, of can be comfortably accommodated ithe n In beihalf of which it is advanced a from five to ten feet of water and .L__ -- .

Jacksonville; Mr. W. L. Armour, of building*. The, Hippodrome is now desirable it really toes not romany women have been taken from No.Dally 99 No.DII 29 y STATIONS. MC ?t I i_ 11e OI1'l.I9 _

.Pannasoffkee; 'Mr. Marcus Frank in its third season 'and is' mpre goygeousu the. ,means of +reaching these ends at second story windows and carried to 600pm 920am928am L'.JaetaoovUle ...........Ar fepo136pm a liasie
all, Naturally, then, any means of safety in boats. 06pm *t,.......South Jacksonville..........Lv 7 lapm I I rq
Mr7 Jake Brown, 'Mr.; 'C. 1I; Lloyd than ever. Among" thoseTwho 720pm763pm 1040am .........St. Anjrnrtine.lla. .......... lape 74 5es1
have been ,. readhlng these ndsthat is, cheap 1118am1135am ............ tRgs..i......... b a.J.C1.I kua
Mr. Frank Harris: and Miss Sara Harris present at Hippodrome" transportation am deficient regulation 806pm ...........Eut 1'alatta......... It /gym_ _t t I'
of Ocala;' Mr. W.' J. Wilson, of performance are the president, and aside from the poMcy 'of Three Million Dollars Loss., 833pm 12 OOm Ar.............l'a&tka.ti) 4 5 i.i limq
Qnlacy; F. D. Peck] sand J. A. Hen- vice-president and their families 'thonly + goo The estimated property damage 743pm U loam Lv.............PalaU....... .....ArAr. b 4G t t.sra
ernment ownership of railroads, although ....... ........ .. .. .
925pm Ftn Ka&....;.......Cf.Ar .. b Vine
JJ1cJie,of jaytonaj;MrsL.. H:( Harris living .ex-president,. Prince Louis apparently lacking, would be 3000000. Every house in Pensacolahaf ...... 6 15am Lv...........Ban Mateo.......... t 25tmt ._. ....,

1 'IItH" 'Laora HaxT. (s;sand Mrs., &Jcr :. of Battengurg, nearly every"senator warmly welcomed, especially by, those suffered damage and many roof 906pm 12 8:1pm Lv.................Hucuelli..:...*.......Ar 'al ll&'h-
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... ......... .. .
_ ? 14pm 1240pm113pm > .Dupont.......>. ... 4 pm 1 1f.&Ia
Pe1ton. ofSt Francis; Mr. Perry M. and representative and most of the Who desire to reconcile party strength are blown off. Telephone and telegraph 94 pm .u ...*.............. Ormond ........... 8 li6pm tOuaa
,10 ... ......... ............ .
of Gainesville Mr. Mrs. with..p ersonad belief. and electric light wires are 02pm 124pm Dayton 14itpm t'Ia
Colson plenipotentiaries. It is
e; and. indeed ,
a 1013pm 186pm ............Port Orange........... E aJin
_ H. B. Garkson and Miss Hattle Moody wonderful show. This year "A Society But the happenings of the last few among the mass.. The water 'frontIs 1035pm'2"OOpm Ar...........Xew Fmyrna.. ,....:.:..:: 1/fat _4_ism_
days show the lack to be only 1110am ......... .. ...... t
of Jacksonville Mr. E. T. Circus is apparent strewn with wreckage, for miles on 444pm Late llelea. c.'pna S l III
Houx, the offering;. The
for alternative does exist andone U Bam 4 65pm600pm .rJ.........Orange City.......... ILF IjOOrm 'wra
of Plant, City; Major Brant, of St costumes, the staging and the scenic ; an either side of the city, .and vesselsare .1140am .....Orangel'1trluncUI'D......: : 1"pm 8 b0pm

Marys Mr H JKistenmache of Tam- effects -which offers atone of (the Mfficul- piled on either side of the wharves 10 45pm lopm LY........... 'e\r6m :..........At I 'pm .0 mss
; are Inconceiveably lovely. At ties of Mr. Bryan's poSScy. U IOpm 240pm ** ............Oak Hill............ 240p3 ssaaaJL>
par Prof. R. B. Rutherford, of, St. one'Ume there are five hundred onstage i ; or, where the wharves once were, 11 61pm 3 ISpm Ar.............Tltnsvllle.........,... .. _2 y ar_ 2-OOam_
Augustine;; Miss Rutherford 'and the at once. The 'alternative Is to toe found in' in uttr ruin. Big iron steamers ind 1110am 560pm,1165am Art._,........"..Stnfotd..........'ili ll 'J&Ji1 i il lJU&
the support of the policy which demands 6 SOpm L.t..Sarrotll..S.b ._ba4' D ioralhsn_ + -
Misses.Cook, of, Jacksonville, and Mr. Seme of the attractions are the that the government' shall many sailing vessels, are lying high 11 61pm 3 16pm Lv.............Titusville..............Ar.Cocoa Y Ogpm ;
appropriate .
_ E. B. TUrner Florida Col..J. F. Jack- dry iip in city where tide ha 12 Slam 36pm .....,.......... ...........Lv t Ipm I ::'Im
Patty-Frank of the .
; troupe acrobats, ,the at least $50,000,000 every tie ? 1234am104am 8 Mpm .-.........Rockledge...... ..... 2 J AM
.ton of. Bronson; 'Col. J.. M.'Bryant,.of finest in the world; Prof. Spessardys %ar for the improvement of the rivers never been known to reach. Everywhere 422pm430pm .._....._....Fan G&l :e.'..;;....... U 47pm 4 east
........ .
\ 113am155am .X'elbourne.._......... lS7pmli lt-i
lakeland. trained bears and a baby elephant; and harbors of tIre country providingfa for miles around wharves have 6 10pm .....:...,... Fetastian............. Ultra t: 'tai
Floridians the end national 248am 600pm ............St. Lade........._.. 10t8am li oite'tU
Other .in New York at Rose Wentworth equestrain; Marc a system of water been swept away or damaged beyond 1 06am330am 6 15pm6S7pm ............Fort Pierce.......... 10 hm M,1It
different, hotels are the following: lime the Droll; Mlle. Jeanette and transportation. In such a policy, repair. The electric power was shutoff ..............Tibbalh..... ........ 10 Kara 11 'PI'at
assert the -members of 3 35am 6 41pm ..............Eden............ 1013amiOOhcm 11 I'pm
_ Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dell Cassidy. ,Col. tne performing camel; the Altoffs the national at one o'clock this morning. Thereis 340im361am 646pm667pm .. ..............Jen'eD........... 11 tupta
rivers and harbors ... .... ... .......
congress who are : Stuart ... N iOOOam 10 i M1'1I't
Cromwell Gibbons Mr and ,Mrs. G co- equestrains; the Vessemes MarkelsIsters' no street car traffic and coirrminication .
_ it to 20am T 23pm ..........HobeSonnd........ HlWam 10 'i'ua
engaged is be
furthering found .
: W.. Wilson. ,. Mr. and,Mrs. G;n
; : the e.oom 1ishme of Mr. Bryan's 815pm ...........\\' Palm ite&b.......... 84'.m830am t' IIOptn
: t littieion Ross Mr.andMrs: 'derful. act of mid cut off. The of Pens ..... .... ..., .
; motoring. (fin: :; -al r. Ideals. transportation (has its streets 43am 841pm850pm Bo j-nton.; ,.....,.... 91"\im
Water 663am648am ........... Delray ........ .
: SIR 8 ism 8 :
(SR ;Sebringg .a 4daughter'MisInez s aid manypthers? : ,O cola are strewn with timbers, tin .FartLanderdale. wam
two great features, first its cheapness 940pm .......... ........ 72am 7 V.'pm
667am ....,....Dania........... ,
Sebring all of Jacksonville; and roofing and broken glass. 47pm ... 719am 7 rl 1'1II
The climax comes in the final second regulating effect .709am738am 968pm1020pm "...........Hallandale............. tm I
and Mrs Howell and her sister Mrs. scene, "The Court of the GoldenFountains As an Instance of ithe first point, is This dispatch with other telegraphic ...............Lemon City.. tatty : 7 Itpsa '
JMH .iv ex. . +*+ 760am 1030pm Ar......,'....... Miami..................Lf 6l3am i' 7 '."J.1t
Hoyt of Palatka.Mr. ,; which is preceded by the cited (the fact that even at present matter is being carried Flem- 800am ,......t Lv ...............biitmt......,......tAi ....... ..1 I I.. .D

Wilson, .who has been in New "Song. of the Flowers," a most gor- with adequate improvement almost totally anton, Ala., by the Western :?nio 1.103Jam ......... Ar ..............Homestead.:.,.....JLT ........ ., KU ;...D .

York for 'Borne' time,'receivingtrea t* geouts_. and incomparable, ballott:_ one-sixth lacking, mites by 'Water are only manager, who makes the trip by trainto Buffet Parlor Cars on trains 23 and 78. Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains W tsai (K.-- --

ment' rom, _i ii.of.,the'rettoanedrsp. coThe.. "Court"'pt:'the-"Golden Fountain second point of those members by TaiL of the As natttonal to the ascertain the extent of damagedone t Pally except Sunday. r
_ ialifts' ofaliectty, .f iavergRgreatlyirrovedinbealth'andh : m'. ?,is j.the most stupendous, preten.tious rivers and :harbors congress cite the i here and elsewhere. It is feared Ie o.23 No.21 No. 19 Daily No. 17. No. 18 ; -Il Il"O r' P.22

lle."'and ,:MrsWilson."expectto"ieturp .and .1sc ndingl beautifulspectacie. effect of :the Mississippi river asmy a : havoc and loss of lifevill be Sunday Only Sunday Only Daily Except MAYPOBT BBAKCH. I Dally |;I S;On-.;fhilI
Sundar ,
: to Florida eve; portrayed on regulator of rates in its territoryr Not I's'ho n when reports from the entire ,_I .____;_
Wpm 1010am1018am 10pm 900am
early .a a.October., stage and 'is. producedjat an one, but dozens of senators and representatives section along .the coast can be gathered 206pm240pm 18pm 908am Lv..Jacksonv111e..Ar" --T..South Jackw>nTille..L T f7S7 7 45m't+at122'pw E i pat ;5 d :1m;;.QI
Mr..[Brown and, Mr. Frank willsail moils cost. It is an aquatic tableauof have expressed their !. 245pm 1050am 1055am 6 6 55pm 50pm 9 944am S9am "" ...........Atlantic.Pablo Bfsch Reach......... 7 7 (fern Kiainj;! 11 11 !ram m ss'4 i.t so

for: home next Tuesday and Col. enchanting allegorical and pas- strong belief in the abittty tit a fin1sh4 I I Wpm 1110am 710pm 10 roam Ar,,..'.. .Maypon.......Lv,16 4 amt!; U60u. 4 I'ID

Xovell and family on Saturday eantric glories whose like has never system,1 -at jwater1: transportation to Grain Elevator Destroyed. '- -- -- -fl
ends: COX tCTIONS AT -
_ Yesterday} we had'<| quite. a novel before conceived nor created. r Montgomery, Ala. Sept. 27.-R& MIAMI!i

experience. ,.. .in"' different" modes_ x>L''h.- SARA E. HARRIS In other words. asserted ports to Superintendent J. McKinney Close ,Connection Made at Miami with Steansblps cf the P.- & 0. S. S. Coropicy .
II "7 here. the cause of the national rivers -I
) / of the Mobile. and Montgomery Havana and Key tiVest.h' .. ;
r and harbors congress offers the solution
__'Ii division of the Louisville & Naafi J _'
MEXICO'S .JAMESTOWN, EXHIBIT.. ,.? manner and. Customs of her of just those problems which Mr. SOUTHBOUNO KORTHBOUKDLT
". '. people ville railroad indicate that the road Lv MIAMI
.Tuesdays. Saturdays.
;. .11 40pm
Bryan hoped to tIA1'AYA.TEnradays..... _
? pk reach thhbuh'govern 12 n'c :
--J :}ave; ;rmade old Mexic ArKEY WESTlYednesdays.Sundays.. 1 OOpmr <
:, an object of has surfered damage of over S1.00r\-< EYWF.1T..Tbnoo.y.m ":
Sitter Republic- end'FWaiships; .i4r ment ownership of railroads. Even LT KEY WEST..,.Wednesdays....... 800pm.Thursdays. tv KEY WEST. _'
., ."> .- -li.r"and -.-1,'. ..-*- .*.;; interest>from; ryJeariyJ times.. In prominent democrats, o such of K $hem 000 'as a result of the gulf storms.- HAVANA.. ;.... .-*...,,.-. 6 30am I Ar M1AJII....Frid.,7hnrsdayakiondtrs.9,".Ttie-days 6 'vpo<.;.ai 3.

&*;- Troops' .'-"" Witri'-Era&Qrate'Dis-*. -J* .. .- -- : these"days,, especially; during thewinter'season' as can be foumT' to express' air spin- Times-Union. additional Sailings between Key West and Havana. .,

pt&yof.,Mineral Resources,' In-, ; the.flW, of tourist to .
ion on ire subject are .ready to admit '
KEY ..
-. ,' LY WEST--Mondays.Fridays. 8 SCpm i LvHAVAXA..Tuesdati.Satu- .
*''d.utries t .and Works'of Art.Special .- -. ,thVjand of thevMontezumas. is larger the *'efficiency j tit the waterways The Faithful""Wife. Ay HA.V AN ..Tuesdars. Saturdays.... 6 30am ,J Ar KEY WEST.Tuesd ,Satniday l"r lJC'Io'u EOpm t

f *.' -' than is generally .supposed. The improvement glad/ which is looked Ofttimes f have seen a tall ship Trains Discharge J
kindly. feeling existing between upon as affording, an opportune relief the tide If -irawu Passengers at Ship's Side., No Transfers.
to 'the Ocala Banner, > the glide; by against as -)
.two.; sister states make it certain that from an. unwelcome situation. Without by some invisible tow line with a These Time Tables show the times which trains may be expected to write at and depart
Norfolk. 'Va:, Sept.29": .-There is from the several stations but their arrival ,
the or departure the times stated it not x
the; exhibit to be made gy"\he Mexican dangers and !difficulties' government hundred strong it. Her not la this Company to be held responsible for guaranteed
Invested, ln nines railroads .. men pulling any delays ot any consequences arising therefrom.
; it still
ownership, spells, its
_ i government at the Jamestown sails hung unfilled her streamerswere For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD
_ industrials, ranches and agricultural ideals in a satisfactory manner, and or Other Information
Exposition will be worthy of at. drooping, she had neither side
enterprises. in.,,. btexico not less than gr from a practical standpoint the cost, "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." -

$600KKMK0- } 'ft> gon 1.)American capital ness. She'be'5t will ,send troops ships compared with that of acquiring even wheel nor stern wheel still she mvo don J. D. RAHNER. Asst Qen'l Pass Agt., ST.' AUGUSTINE FLA.

and more is going .in every day, and her musicians in addition to trunk lines is almost noLhing.a- stately, in serene triumph. as if

The mines of'Mexico, especially those many historical treasures never before turally, then the opinion -of local po- with' her own life. But I knew thaton

Sonora placed on exhibition In an inernaf litiical prognosticatoTs, (that the policy the other side of the ship, hidden
cf the ,states of and Sinaloa -
_ are Just now ;attracting th'eattent: n ,exposition. of waterways npr vemenls should beneath the great hulk that swam; so Southern

_ ., of the investing world because of Indian basketry and pottery, Aztec afford eclving Just careful the considerationL oening desired. ,_ .Is majectically there was a little, toiling Railway
relic of war and husbandry carved steam tug with a heart of firearms and
the Immense bodies of rich ore, pre- -
tlcularly copper,, which have developed leather .goods drawn work filigree :. A summing up of the careful work of iron,, that, was ,hugging it 2 Vestibule Trains East. |INo. 34jNo. 30 North and West. (No. 13 -x
done this which LY '
on subject yet
may Jacksonville..So.
Jewelry Spanish': relics and, interesting close and dragging it bravely on; andI Ry 7.55pUOp
there during the past five years. historical have an important bearing to the Lv Jesup ......,So. Ry 11.30al0.30pv Jacksonville ... .So. Ry 7.45p0.30p
objects of the knew that if the little
/:\: The fjre& ,present. day, and the later 'empire' will f conquest rm'an democratic party as a welcome alternative untwined her arms and left steam te tall tug Ar.Lv Savannah Columbia ..So.So., Ry 12 J5a Ar Jesup Macon.80...?.,... .. .. .So. R Ry.8o 2.SOa ,r
American finance associated with ,even ithough'it could not be Ry 6.55a
are attractive exhibit made a party instead of a national ship, it would wallow and roll about Ar Charlotte ,::,So.: Ryl0.05p: 9SSaAr Atlanta .,... Ry 1020.

these mining ventures, as they are Put this will be only a beginning, poky, dhows that results ere likely to and it would drift hither and thither, Ar. Greensboro ...So.. Ryl2.56al2.51p Ar,. Rome ......,.....Sa Ry 7.30a '

with the' great railroads.. ,of, 'our sis for Mexico ArDanTille ...;So. Ry r05 Dalton .... ....So. Ry 8.2a
.has Industrial and off with 2.1Op ,
doltars an side to be t fcfrthiooming. The national. -rivers go the .reluctant tide, no Ar Chattanooga .... .8o. By 9.4S&
ter wherever
republic, and our Ar.
exploIt. She has factories turningout and harbors congress,. numbering man knows where., And so -I have KIchmond.JL..SoTRyj 6.58al 6.2p Ar Lexlnton ... ......Q. & C. 5.20a
may happen to be' there may almost everything that may be among its members numerous senators known more than one. genius high- Ar Lynchburg ...So. Ryl 417a) 4.2Op Ar Cincinnati .... .. Q. & C 7.40a8.35p

be found some of our heart Interest. classed as a' necessity; she has 'immense and representatives, ,gather with deck, full-freighted wlde-s ile1 Ar Ar Charlottesville Washington Ry!I 6.02a 6.1 p Lv Cincinnati .. :R.'& D .45p
A long time ago Alexander. Von business and .,So Ry f 9.45a 9.50p Ar.Chicago .
organizations .
v breweries and smelteries, men from gay-pennoned, that 'bat for the bare Ar Baltimore.p, R. R. l1.31Ja ... Big Four 1.10& .-
Bumboldt said of Mexico, : "Here is all parts of the country have 'been Ar W. 11.25p Lr Cincinnati ... .Pa. Lines
great textile mills, canneries machine toiling arms, and brave, warm beating Philaa.. R. Rj 1.45p
., b.;: the treasure house of the w rld." The and mining working steadily in behalf of the Ar New York.p:',. R. 6.30aAr Chicago .,. .Pa Lines' 7.10a
displays .that would astonish cause. While ttjs'true' heart of the faithful, little wife 4.13p
: investment seeker of. 'that ilr. &van's Lv, Cincinnati ...C. H. & D. 8.45p
the world, and she has a that nestled close to him so that'a
-1k is Just now coming to a full realizelion policy to which it is recommended no Theo'-The Land- Ar. Chicago ... .. Monon 1X&
.; wealth or art treasures that any na .as an alternative is essentially wind or wave could part them ]von 11 of Sky" [No72Q Lv Cincinnati .., .c. H. & D. J.4Sp
or what Humboldt said. He had
tion might envy party, and, therefore, political issue, soon have gone down stream ant been Lv Jacksonville ,,.., ,, .Sf1. Ry 7.55p !Ar. Toledo ... ., ,. .Big Fou 5J20a7.2a

,. .. in mind the mineral wealth and 'developments President Diaz and his ,ministersand the cause of waterways improvements heard of no'more..-Oliver Wendell Ar Lv Savannah <,... .+.So. Ry12.15al jAr Detroit ...'. ...Big Four_ .-

which have provedjudgement his governors are.'taki a great In ia of necessity free from partisanship p Holmes Ar Columbia H.!,..::So. Ry ,G.OOa fLY.CincInnaU . Big Four 9.30p -
'true. Bat Mexico has terest in the Ter-Centennial ofJamestown's or party ownership.: It numbers its. Ar Hot nr1nle :* ... So. Ry 1.50PJ Ar Cleveland ... Big Four 6.4S&

other. treasure and under' the wise settlement and it is expected supporters' both .. since '"The Saddest Place In New Yor." Ar gsN.C..SO.Ry; ......, So R 2.37p'L v Lexington .... .) Ry r3''
and >able government of Preside itiis reaHzed ..tha tbe movement Lnoavule Ar Louisville . .So.
to Ry 8.10p
that the flag of Mexico will ?- ; ; Have you ever wondered where it .,..,..,,.8o. Ry 8.50a .
-{ Diaz thse have been exploited to fly at Norfolk, the :finest exhibit be -suc ssful, must be national.ta scope is? In the midst of the sadness, and ArA" 8t. Louis **..'!..,..S9. Ry 612'Ar. St. Louis .-... .. So. Ry 7 _

,'s such. an extents .that in natural resources over < and application, free from sectional ghdness of a great Ar Cincinnati .... ... .Q. & C. Ar :.. .So. RyjlO.O? "
Mexico is 'ever made at any exposition. : feeling or' political treatment ?pnutfcally city there is always 8.15aLArDirmingham i .#,* .So. RY/l.OlP :

.> today considered = 'the one thing lacking tots Inauguration a saddest place of alk.and if Excellent Dining .Car Service on Air jAr i Memphis .... .. .Fns{ 8.055- ,

c one of. the richest of all the countries Starving to Death.' is.its general sanction from Is described in. next Sunday's World. I Ar Kansas City ... . .Frtsco! 9.40a ,

:r of the world and she Is losin? Because her stomach was so 'weak-I all parts' of the country, .which will The same Interesting mber will Through Trains. I f Memphis ,.. ,..... ... ..! -S.3 a '.

:'no opportunity to'inform the world.of ened by useless drugging enable roc give the personal ]iHot Springs ,. ... .......t 9.0a .
? ( -tth
could not eat. Mrs Mary H. Walters.I congress fa-pproprSate story of hour -ihe
,' the opportunities that lie within her of St, Clair Streett" 0.,' was literallystarving : money needed; that ls--,l;:leak J5:;- greatest high divers dived from, No. 34-"I ew York and Florida.Express." Dan Pn)1mau'Dra ,J-

y borders availing only the touch off to deaUu She writes: "M:y: O Q.090" anmnaHy., Rapreseh ,atUie"' Ran Brooklyn. bridged It will describe an Room Sleeping Car Fort Tampa and Jacksonville to y New YorL

capital to, change them into golden stomach was so weak from useless'drugs dail of dmois, chairman of the exV adventure In "Trying Tv'o Washington"and Florida Limited." Dally Pullman
to Be Drawing-
j realities. that I could not. eat and innerves Y ecutlve .conrmittee. ;; the. 4 atio trot in 'eW Arrested Room SleepIng Car Jacksonville to New York DinIng Car -
so wrecked that I could nots1eep York.: It will .tell: of a verj No. 30DailyPohlman '
and harbors .is DrawIngROom
For. the United. States, Mexico, hasalwayspossessed rivers congress no'engaged' w Buffet Sleeping Car between ;
curious Japksonville ,
; and not before I was given up new tashlon'in Bendersonville
) extensive dogs and ; Ashev1l1e.
"- ,. strong attraction.The to die,was I induced to tryElectric in an, -tyaT of tha late a woman's .pxerlatce re ciunati Hot, Springs Knoxville and Cin. ; -

t fascination, that hangs about Bitters;: with the. wonderful resul Pacific coast sot< as apolitical, em- rime in a tor- No.. I3Florida Limited-Daily
'._ improvement .began at once,jand misery, but ,wkiy to the interests of auto's dash over the Vanderbiltcup coacheti.and Pullman loUd Testibuled tr Through day ;: _
: '.her;ancient civilization:, the, glamour .Drawing Room ;
,. a complete.eure. .followed.' 'Best health five utHX-iaTiaaair- .rivers' and arbor rs course.. I.other words, th i1ext ta. Chattanooga and 'Cmdnnatl.Also'Pnllman Sleeping CarsJacksonville to Atlan i-

'.of tDe Spanishconquest.thO: Charlii of tonic,x>aDearth... 50eents.. Guaranteed. congress. 'TVork'of this each the re- Sundara.ll.. be.i a remarkable 'number orado' Springs, Co 1., Tia ,Birmingham, Sleeping Car Jesup to- Co1 l'

;,.ftef.antiquities :and the picturesque e by'TydingaCd.;dragglst m: sialts of which' will "be nowre eageriy of tte,'W r1d: 'Order J. C. LUSK;.District Passenger. Agent Memphis 108- KanS&.C1t'. 1- .
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: d Chlcken'Yards.Irf Discussed About Addresses ommissioners ofMarion county, I' ,W p the Publics
' .t :- Twenty .4 remains 'to be seen whether this Florida" October I .
held on Monday 1 '
; -Take noticethat t>a Monday tb b
1.. By Men are ScheduledGoodR femfnlre adjunct is to bring dissen. 906. the following.. were, named as f otice is hereor given that on the aiaycfOctoberLD,

' ; eel,as. though I:had been attend.. sults From Meet Anticipated. Jon imd .strife into the ranks of the inspectors. and clerks' of the :general 22 day of October. A. D, i&06. I will tSere&fier: at .we,taaM IMC or heard u,IOOa..

,-'ft"fOrnner school or ,.university repul"ican party, says a Wasihngtoncorrespondent election 1 Jo: be held in November apply to ,the Hon.,Joseph Bell, bounty frill .file our petition fpr" the a4opttthan

'' slon course said, a. New York St. Louis Oct. 3.-The: ninth annual At 1906; judge jn and for Marion pff, infant chll: Joseph f. Valisaa,
: rate Representative eoonty
any -
as she sank. into the nearest convention of the National As Ocala Dist. No. 1, boxNo.. 1c.M. t*(th the clerk of the court for Mir. -
.' Nathan Hale, of Tennessee, Livingston, J. T., Lancaster, D. A. tate of Florida; at his office in Ocala:
ten fla fifth
county, Judicial cirrait
ptpsa,'chair: of a Catskill hotel and ocJation of Postmasters convened
> has had the temerity to announce Miller inspectors; J. M. Graham In said county, for an order author{,tic Florida and wiu U soon ttur&net

'. : 'after the retreating. carriage here. today for a three days session. that at the next session of ,congress I clerk. Box No. 2.-D; S. Wiliams, Izing me, as guardian of the minor WQ, comply! with the statute. pray

-- S :i which she had Just alighted, postmaster Will. president, ,of. the he intends to 'introduce a bill to prohibit I John Pasteur, W. C. Jeffords-- Inspectors heirs of the estate of J,(R. Easttriing .1' an order from the judge of the -
: correspondent in the New as sdatIonpresided vwith Miss AddiWeIer ; W W. Clyatt clerk. h judicial circuit ccwrtFERDERICK '
: > ; *f** $&* "* S&t5, the earinf: offeek-a- waist I fP ''ddit, tJs1 << 2-3riday. deceased to sell at private sale the B. KEnVAK .

: Y_ Sun. 11 ofj Nashviue;!secretary. tXl Whether Mrjthe, is actatedjby; | :M. Cirn'L, S-Ugh: ln4p tors; ollowingj \operty belonging to sal4, "! IDA W. KERVAN
:5K." eyer there is a chair of gfneraln tiatr.j.2 TheUrountry* *> iw4 motives simfiar td those feaid<< to)inspire Sd. IIOI.' : estate, jwtt: Commencing 21.25 ltrYaJIt, Fla. gfpt T, IfOf. ITm '
IainUo created at multitude ot b. : Ie..dc.wt.J D.'l4aftevrf .
any !epresjatedj 0r 4 thafdoingSj of A$Iionym.StICk rallBen 9 chainsiOf northeast corner ofJion5. a .
f., man who brwigip! Di p ectSfOf, commoi6lnte. to the'post'. wiietherfthe waists S township 13 south 'm -
&* -" **4 ""-" or jzt1nspectoil Mathclerk. .... range. NOTICE
: Just cow should have, it. masters as weil as general public hon merely displease him, he ,is goIng Cotton Plant Dist No. 4-J. L. B. 20 east, thence west 21.25 chains, 9 _' .

."' I. the' first place, we'd scarcely will be discussed, and ,many reforms to have % hard time standing pat Hudgens, J.. F.. Parker, J. H. Pierce, thence south 39.93 chains. thence. t n the Circuit Court of the fifth J.-
at rted. when we passed a huge, wag. suggest d., Many business firms have inspectors;' C. Y. Miller, clerk. east 21.25 chains thence jsdidal Circuit of fiortd ia eel
this point, though he is south 22 *
on even
"'-a-- a Romeo Dist. No. 5-A.. J. Markham, for Marion County-la Chan-
with ,burlap bags, each conV interest in matters have ,
,o3Ued postal representatives chains thence 8.10
republican. Mr. Hale has overlookedthe chains thence
J, A. Wiggins, J. B. McGehee; inspectors : eeq'
4ffl I what seem d to' be a mam- present lobbying. for fact,.. ,.that. in order! ..jto introduce : ; Joe J. Turner, clerk. north 17 chains, tehnce west 7.80 -

.r .thcream..cheese.:, It smelle,l iustfarjthe information and looking out, for their 1 bill he will have 'to be chosen Heidtvtlle Dist. ,No;. 6--A ;R. chains. thence north 5.30 Andrews Williams, CompUtnaat VS. '

world like one enormou dell private interests. jAmonthetptc: "- '" ... '" Brooks,:H. ,A,..Ross. R. D. Stokes,-in- chains thence west 30 Esther Williams, tMen-iafit -
by the.. people at.the'polls,, and'reportshavejit links, thence
.. specters Order for Constructive
l ; 'Charley; Whiddonf .. fierrice.
seD I said
'" shop. : on thel'prograia for :discussion during north ,
39.97 chains
: a' .that: his action;ia thV'mattermay Shady, Dist Np. 7r T. 'J. Barnes, to point of begin It is ordered that the defeaoaat
: ,tOll. is that the way you, make thesessions arer Education of into: } Gbens Inspectors ning, 98.97 acres. Also the herein
- yet develop a strong factor John Morrison, ; southwest named, to-wtt: Esther WU
crH.1:1 cheese up here In those great the Public in Postal Affairs" Rural against his re-election. In fact it J. M., Douglass clerk. quarter less 13.15'chains east and lams, be and she Is hereby r j3lnl. :-

- ;, b6ckb! and then send it down to theJfi' Free Delivery Service," House Recep- has already made trouble for him; Summerfield. Dist No. 8-J. W. west by 22 chains north and south In to appear to the Mil of complaint la ,

; : to be cut up in little squares tacles for Mail Matter in City Delivery district Davis, W S. Grimes, L.: B. Branch, nertheast of section 25 and this cause on or before
' for, while his is ordinarily inspectors; S. J. Dillard clerk. corner Monday the 8th day of Nov iwf.
aj ,wrapped in tin foUr "Readjustment of Salary Scale 9-Charles the north half of northwest
so strongly republican that the demo- Lake Weir, Dist, No. quarter Itlsfuflberorderedthatacopycf
, ;.;.'Tisn' cheese, Its'casein, I skim. of Postofflce erks," "How to pre- crats have about .given up all idea of Clements, .J. H. Moon, H. H Harris, and ntrthwest quarter of northeast this order be published once a week '. -

., ,;: ,sed mirK, I you mO'tl., What they vent Superannuation of the Classified nominating another against him inspectors; W. McGahagin, clerk. quarter of section 36 in for' eight consecutive weeks in Ut
,;." buttons of' Moss Bluff Dist No. 10-E. L. Martin Ocala DAnner, a newspapered UbU..
: nake
piano keys and out Service, "D1sc pline in City Offices, township 13 south 20
: oiin th'ey have'j.i since, '. Ms :.peek-a-boo\ waist'declaration J. :T. Lewis. A., W. Fort Inspec- range east and in said county and statt
was.als)> r. ,replymade "Penalty for Delinquents, "Unit plucked up heart" and 'de torS: :'J. C. Pillans clerk.' the southwest quarter of section 31, This 4th day of 8tpt mbf.r, *

of milk I repeatastonishment. Box Rents," Counting Money rders cided to oppose him. In their efforts Grahamville Dist. No. 11-P. L. township 13 south, range 21 east (leal) S. T. glSTRUNK. -.' '

': etltL; Fees in Adjusting Salaries !'R les they: have just about every woman Duriso, B. L. Hull P. T. Randall, in- Total 521.59 acres. Clerk Circuit Court Marion counts

r, Well that he began such vol- and Abbreviations spectors: B. L. Hickman, clerk. .Fla.
J" a
at Reua1Uons-Indexing -
The said lands
belong to the estateof
in district and if Hale
the Mr.
P. -
!:> : Salt Springs, Dist No. 12-W. By George Lttteer 0 & -
: .- le)-,,.of,information that I can't rememkw -' "Postoffice Inspection," etc.,- persists in his position, heIs likelyto Williamson, D. E. McRae, Enoch the said J. R. Easterling, deceased Edwin Spencer, >?

.' !balf be said; He told me how they 'improvements in Free Delivery Service discover that the hand that rocks Wells, inspectors; Calvin Long clerk. to be sold for the best interest of Complaiaant's SoUcltor. : ,

; : Mf arate the. cream.f roaa. the butter'at ," "Reductipn of Office Time," the cradle.even if it be attached to Fort McCoy Dist No. 13-W. S. said minor heirs. -
creameries and then extracted Vacations" "Errors in Distribution I. Priest G. D. Turner. ,Joseph Thomas, NOTICE
\ the This 18th, day of September IMC."
peek-a-boo clad arm, is the hand J. W. Stevens. clerk. -
T casein from the skim milt. "Should Third and Fourth Class inspectors;
-- tKe1. .> that rules his district to say the Orange Springs, Dist No. 14-D. J. M. EASTERUNQ, In the Circuit Cgurtof tap Fifth J* -

'.:.1 k"lt, seems the curd 'Is pressed and Matter Be Consolidated in Fouthr east and to find that "home influence H. Mathews, D. M. Waldron, L. T.: 9-2J-51 Guardian. diclal Circuit of Florida, la as!

;<'.1\ 'baked. and dried and powdered' 0 ,un. Class;/,.Postage. ," "Transportation-- .jot- *"1nthei'oterAs: pretty.,hard Matchett* InspectorsFrank. --.' JELinadale : -*.Jordan. ,, r I for Marion Coaaty-Ia Chaa-
ttfMt becomes perfectly ;'white and Mails" "Should Sample Copies of thing to counteract Perhaps Mr. clerk. Administrators Notice of Final Di.. ttf.
Dist. No 15-C. A. Mc-
"\ odorfess. Its almost like celluloid, and Advertising Matter > charg. -
: ; Newspapers Hale will be given a little home influence Craney J. B. Booth, T. L. Johnson, A. P. Stucktr, Compktaaat ,a, ?

; :oily: not, inflammable.fHe Be, Carried and Dintinguished in Expensive himself and retract, thus inspectors; 0. J. McCraney clerk. Notice is .1'tby linn that on the M.TownaeedO.flTownseadT.LMathews.

:.,' t. said it was used for all sorts Postal Cars or Sent in Bulkto avoiding the storm of feminine wrath Citra Dist No. 16W. J. Crosby, ftb day of November, A. D. 1WI, tIn Albert 8. JoSsawa, MiSta /,

:;: :ofjthiiiss' !Pe playing cards, expenw Center of Distribution "General which broke at the appearance of D. F. iSmmons K., Wartmann Stuart Ramey clerk., inspectors sta undersigned of John W.administrator Randall deceased of the will u.- JohHea. R. Joha oaOH,ef fort, :-

': ,. "'..."' '.paper and. pen holders." Finally, Subject Parcels Post," "Should the several items in Tennessee papers Anthony; R.Dist No. 17-A. R. Griffin present to the* Hon. Joseph Belt Coan. 1..1. Joeso FIoH' Johnso. UU
,",,-'M'' FEort 'of dismissal ofther entire System be Established in the United Warren Milligan inspectors ty Judge of Mrioa court, Floridv B. Df Hoa. Bupheci Fort B.
his inten- E. C Sims '
'. announcing peek-a-boo his final aeounts and make final Kettle
,; said' | States "Extension of Civil. Ser tions and has been growing ever ; J. D. Bassett, clerk. tlemtnt and apply for his final! dls' A. '*rrlt. Jota A. Dicksot.Bowea. U

.- ",Why,* Its practically ou the same vice." :: Martin, Dist No. :18F. M. Towns- charge as administrator of the said Ira Bowea Btratfre&th. Ut'
: since. ; but no one can deny that the P. Wood Inspectors estate. v p. T. RANDALL.Administrabi .
'principle of knife handles. Numerous speaken--and authoritIes .< end; J. J..Knoblock1W. Dora .. McElreita trtd D.Kaot
; ..... making present. Nathan Hale resembles bis :' N.: J. Townsend clerk. of Estate of John W.
:: 'combs and things out of blood., rill handle all these} various. sub- famous ancestor in being' verybravenian. ; Stanton. Dist: No19H.: C. Morri Randall. Df(>eoased. Dora Kaox. Kf arr J. Power, lAW

I :} t' lood!" I repeated. .*: Jells and! much goqd.wiU) d ub.ted;; ;. ,; .. son, W. :>all80pp, J. E. Adams, inspectors :- Ocala Fla. May! X 1S08 5-".|m Power Roth Power. Jams I* M.

c. .. Oh. ves', be continued. in the I ly result therefrom. : Geo. -K Snow\?tlerk. NOTICE.In Mule! Mr( MeMullea. levi SUfr

aost-rte W. Means, Ci& X. '
The adoption of the drainage George, E. L. Ferguson W. P. Ham the Circuit Court in and For Marion .
oto-sht R. C. Smith ud Jab W.
a '
: blood at all the big slaughter houses Troops for Cuba.The amendment to the constitution will mones, inspectors; S. J. McCvuly. County. Florida.

-' :you": ia. w' They'd be sure to findlipe battery of light-artillery from take a 'leadj. of responsibility];) off the clerk. In Re Estate of A. C. Johnson. Ma 'tJOL

use for ,that. .It takes a fine "Foil Sheridan, Chicago which is. to Belleview, Dist No21-J A. Free- Notice is hereby given that oa the -
legislature" for that august body, L. W1s nant, Joe -Lucius, inspectors 5th day of December. A. D. 1996. Order for CoastruetivdIt Sinks
man J.
polish and is durable and solid |farm a part of the army' of 'occupation supposed to have something to :do O. :fd.;Gale. clerk. the undersigned administrator of the -

;, ;gJu3t as I M'as settlngf! over the, in Cuba, is due to arrive, here with regulating this in this state McIntosh; Dist. No. 22-J. W..Reed, estate present of my A. final C. Johnson return, deceased accounts will and is ordered that the dfftWJ1ta

' 'shock. : of 'this ,disclosure. J again no- I SOS time today. will have no authority whatever In H. M. Estridge. 'J. S. Neal inspec vouchers and apply for final dischargeas herein named to-wit: T. A. Mathewi.

delicatessen 'Xhlor This tors W. E.. Allen,'clerk. administrator of said eute. E. A, Norris John A Dieisoa. JoliaBoweo
'. ticed. the The troops,. with their h rses_, guns. the premises and the board ,of drain- ; ,
Dist. No. 23-S. G. Lovell, F. M TOWNSEND.
- "- : ie there was no wagon in sight, I>)> stores etd, will proceed at once tor' age. commissioners will be in effect J. C. Perry H. ,R. Shaw inspectors; Administrator, of the Estate of A. C. Ira Bowen Barney McEIretilu
:"< Irat'over In. the'field was=ivhat looked i m 'f Johnson deceased. 6 1 Im Dora L McElreath. hid D Kaox,
Wepend'enT 4
tf a. t f If, an1 government in ,the M. M.'Pi ct r, : 1erk. i-* .
.Ule of milk. :: J' r ) J li. Lelt- Martin, May 2 : -a. pond ; 'hi steamer Andes,4' to"be used asa commonwealth "'of' Florida. By 'Vir Dunnellon.Jistt:.N(). 24J/

ij"'Whatever is that?' I nqulred_ i I transport for this expedition, is tue of its organic creation, it will ner. I. J. Titcomb. H. D. Wood, in- '. NOTICE. er, Albert Power, Ruth.4or, J*** .
Dist. No. 25-J. N. Marshal L. HcMulldn Marie Laft
*. .Ncih- Candler MeMtUtea
'! 'Sklm'1nUko'cr, supply. dno- to arrive at Port Tampa from Jbo responsible to itself alone and J. 0. Hightower, Albert ,IcLain, in- Blackman Gecrfe W. ileaaa, Caleb '

r rs don't like lt', but the creamery Havana tonight i and: the troops, equipment -1 the Jeghlatu! will: have no' more 'aVIhVvrity spectors; J" H. Mathews,. clerk. ., Two Plantations for Rent. J. Bauknlght E. C. Smith aa4 JTohftW
The first
::1i i got to get rid cf' It some h )V,.:so rind, jsupplies_ : will be :taken.boani : to check it or regulate. itth spectors?' 'W.:. J. Mixoa, clerk. ,. acres containing under cultivation'over two of hundred the- Marston. be and they are hreb

' they pump it over into that' bolo'V.1n at :once. I i , . : Lovell, W D. Eminisor inspectors; In this cause oa or before
: '* e. field. Doesn't streltvery good.: It i that several other : One mile from Irvine with depoton
.? reported I t's too much 'power. to .put in the S. E. Civlls clerk. Mh day of Nftvembtr, 1ww.It .
: id at this Tie whipped up his horses detachments of the army for Cuban I hanc't' cf five men entrusted with Eureka, Dist. No! 27-E. E. Howard, the land of G. &: G. railroad. is further ordered that a copy of

4 l' :and Tried to l't1c pond of skimmed rv1ie will come through this. city the. handling of large sums of money J. H. Prevatt Henry Dudley inspectorsT four The: and other five place hundred containing acres between at this order be published once t week
milk in the distance soon' as during the next few days.-Tampa collected as taxes from the people and Irvin Wellhorner.. clerk. __. '. onaer cultivation.." Fine ,hammockand present for .eight eoosectttiv weeks (a .the
. Levon,, Dist No. 28-J, x. tUCKS, ocala Banner a newspaper pamua-
:possible. Tribune, Oct. 3. slider no bond for the faithful performance mixed land, between Irvine and _
H. E. Morris.M.. B. Pritchettj inspectors ed la said county and state
settled back for. a moment wait' Reddick. 1 1-2 miles from each. place. ____
,1 >> of duty. That would be ; B. F. Turner, clerk. Well suited for stock' farm. This tth Jay of Bept afef, 1$*

E "ing. to see, what would com next. Annual Convention of Fire Under. all right in bureauratic Russia butIt Kendrick. Dist No. 29-G. B. Chap. The latter place a for rent or sale. (seal)) S. T. 8ISTRUNK

."In 'a: few 'moments we came to writers. looks wrong in democratic Florida. pell, C. L. Whitehead. WI A. Finley, Apply for details to J. 8. LewIs or Clerk: Circuit Court Marion ceunty _
' t tt 'several looking farms,. In inspectors; C. C. Priest, jr., clerk. Mrs. M. 0. Lewis Fla. I-T
prosperous Chicago, OcL3..-The thirty-jsev- -Live Oak Democrat Irvine Fla. 9-21-21 S
Martel, Dist. No., 30-Henry Seek- By George Lita, D C.Hocker .
: chicken yard and here and enth annual convention of. the Fire _
every in
inger, M. P.. Frink. F. W- Butch NOTICE.Of DuvalComplainant's. _
'' .thtre.on. the ,grounds adjoining the: Underwriters' Association of the Throughout the stats a great inter- spec ors; Arthur Cuthill, clerk. Solicitor _

:' :.houses were ,thrown bright' red blankets northwest began today, in the auditor est it 'being shown: in the Woman's Fairfield, Dist No.' :31-A. G. Youge.J. Application for Tax Deed Under '

; In one place an old scarlet shawl ium.. This Is the largest underwriting Department of the state fair at Tampa B. DeVoe. C. C. Wills. inspectors; Section 8 of Chapter 4833 Laws NOTICE

: : 'and ,perhaps farther onward an ante- association ,in the country and ud the women of Florida will D.Geiger B., Payne, Dist., clerk.No. 32-charles" Curry, of Florida. 1907 Occupational-Licenses art De

113ed red port re. special interest attaches to its proceedings he represented by hundreds of exhibits H. R. Drehe, W. W. Geiger, inspectors Notice is hereby-given that J. J. October 1, 110& _

: 'What are. all those red thingsforf because of the' many prob- of their handiwork. They are ; D,- R. Zetrouer, clerk. Bierman. purchaser of tax certificate Remember to procsre your new license -
for the license without
.I Inquired lems presented by the San Francisco particularly pleased at the fact that 'I S. T. SISTRUNK, Nos. 320, 322, 356, dated the 6th day delaras there Is a heavy year peaait _

sententiously, the magnificent building Clerk Circuit.court, Marion County, of August A. D.. 1900, has filed said _
"Hawks, he replied conflagration. A novelty will be the woman's for doing business without llceaw

-' A h wk'Jl never touch a chicken it presence of a woman on the program, dedicated to them will be this year NOTICE certificates application in for my tax office deed, and to has Issue made In when one is required. _

red abound. Thought for their use exclusively, this being given that there The tax collector will .Issue elder is hereby
,there's .anything Mrs. Gertrude B. Blacks president Notice accordance with law. Said certificates _
made possible the erection of will be a meeting of the stockholdersof __ ___
; 'everybody, knew that""I of the Chicago Woman's Club by a embrace the following described JOSEPH HELL. -
silent ,for handsome building, to known the McGehee Lumber company a property situated in Marion coun.
and .be
felt rebuked kept who will speak on the' "Insurance as County Ju44e.
: corporation under the laws of _
ty, Florida to-wit Southeast
4 : f 'some- time. Business Fro mtheWoman 's Point of the Educational building, and fto be state of Florida in its offices in Mar southeast quarter: and west.quarterof half E. L. Carney Tax Collector. t-J.1t _

We'(1..gOlie quite' a' distance when View" dedicated solely to the, school child ion county, Florida ,at ,ten o'clock a. of southwest quarter of south. .A _

suddenly. looked down In my lap ren and teachers of Florida. The educational In., on the east quarter of' southwest quarterof. GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT

",- -and was dismayed to find that iny N. J. Congressional Convention. exhibit will' also ge a mag- 5th day of November, A. D. 1906,of section 7, and north half AND FINAL DISCHARGE: _
to determine whether the charter of southwest quarter of northwest -
\$ fountain pen, which I always 'carried Paterson, N. J., Oct. 3.-Republican nificent one as many comities that said corporation shall be named so quarter of section 8, and southwest Notice is hereby rinD that oa tha*

'in i-y haadbag.: had evidently begun delegates to the sixth congressional will not be represented otherwise'will :as to permit an indebetedness or liability quarter of northwest quarter of section 27th day of December. A. D.. 1503. _

: V leak and the .ink was gently oozing district] convention met in. Turn Hallin have exhibits from their schools in i of three hundred thousand dollars. 17, less one acre in northwe.4 at the court: Mutt ia Marion cotasif. _

, b-- ,thf seam in the leather this city today to nominate a can- the building. A model poultry build- corner. All in township 13, south, Florida the under sigce4 as snardUa _
seal McGEHEE LUMBER CO. for the minors. Katie Mat
I ( ) range 21 east. Hclatyf
" I. I" 'What shall. I do,' I ,exclaimed as didate for congress. There are six Ing will also be erected at an early By C. J. McGeheee. The said land being assessed at the and Hellen Mcintyre wia pf'tCeGt tsy _

: I* showed, him the generous black contestants for the honor which wilt atp !l" 10-:4t President. date of the issuance of such certificate accounts and Touchers to the lies. _

'tpot, on.the'front of my light skirt probably fall to George H. Burke, I in the name of unknown. Un. Joseph Bell county Judge in end far _

:....* : 'out heraid deputy' internal revenue collector of Anthony Baptist Church:- To the Teachers of Marion County less said certificates shall be redeemed Marion county, and make ay fi&at _
" 'Ink's get ,
enough tQ -
: Gentlemen'We :- There will be a teachers meeting according to law, tax deed will issue settlement and apply for final dfs ,'
In the most unconcerned'manner, this city take the liberty of telling you held in Ocala :'in the armory buildingon thereon on the 23rd day of Octo charge as guardian of the said tat ______

, hTU stop at the next house we ,.cometo that every church will be given a Saturday October 20, commenc- ber. A. D., 1906. Dora from the said rort _

' and get some salt. The Drainage Proposition., liberal quantity .oof L. & M. Paint ing at 10 o'clock.. Witness my official signature and Dated June 15th 1506. _
.. ' : .'Salt I repeated. letter from Mr. S. B. W. 4 gallons L. & M. mixed with 3 library for every school in ue county -A:>; D., 1900. I As guardian of Katie Mat and H !ea _

"'Well.- any absorbent's good, but a Stephensnow gallons linseed oil will .paint a moderate will be discussed. (seal) S. T. SISTRU Mcintyre Minors.ADMINISTRATOR'S. G-2U. _

:: 'most of.themll, leave a grease spot.Balt' at Dunedin. which says: sized house. A plan for securing book cases and Clerk Circuit court, Marion R unty I .
"I must say I am astonished at Actual cost of L. & M. about $1.20 books and the selection of books. will Florida. 9-21-C '
the ,best'"He NOTICE.
the state press, senators, representatives per gallon.L. be submitted. I' ,
t reigned up at the next house & M. Zinc hardens L. & M. We will also study and discuss the -
and other citizens going''up Into ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Creditors l legatees, dittribntee* _
White Lead and makes the paint methods of keeping school registers,
'ud'I: held the horses while he went
; Lake Okeechobee a little way and like iron. Other Important and all persons harlcs claims or d5.
etc. -
wear cards, books, _
:IlL Soon he reappeared with' a report Notice, is hereby given that RobtDaily maadi against the ettttt of .Hfttr
: in the world L. I
then, saying that it was a feasible Largest use matters will be discussed. and all others concerned _
,hindfui of done' in piece of T. Spooner deceased recalled beretft
salt a
up & M teacher in the county will
drain the nape every
plan to Everglades. This that the personal property of the and
heavy brown paper Arnold Print Works, North Adams, be present :If you are living too far said Robt: has been attached upon required to preeet
must have had wonderful
tomi-iny a the same to the cnderstga as a4kminlstrator
Mass.. use nearly 17.000 gallons L.fe to come in on Saturday morning you .
ot I to satisfy claim of Dr. H, W. Henry.
"Putting a, piece paper under vision on civil within two from tM
engineering when the M. Paint made with 10.000 gallons j will be all ""ed Friday afternoon to: years i
the'cloth he covered.the ,Ink'; spot on I I jr.. for the sum of 11540 and cost of date of the first publication of this
Everglades proper Is' at least fifty L. & M. 7,000 pure linseed oiL come or to make arrangements to suit now unless the said Robt. _

:both>> ,sides with the salt and rubbed miles south or west from the lake.I Sold by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala,! corned It. Is Important that every Daily; enter his appearance atmy by notice the, otherwise statutes of same iimitatioas.will bn batted ______

'' '* ,U' vigorously blowing away the top have waded in the Everglades from Fla. white teacher come. office in Lake Weir Fla. on or HENRY 0. SPOONER, _

-- layer every few moments(and putting ien to twelve days, as a scout from A pair of our White House .!t.*..- All supervision invited trustees to and attend.patrons before the Administrator to the estate of H arT ______
it hardly will make your feet glad. New los are cordially. 5th day of November, 1908., T. S Onet. -
o fresh
salt. Aa see
you ankle to waist deep. They can spendal Respectfully _
quarter styles Just In: tor men an- Judgment will be given against him
: J19s at all now and he assured: me the money that ever will be in women. The Fair. W. D, CARN. by default, and said, property sold to Stanton Fit, Aeggst 19, U-U S-U4t _

,; just now when lie drove away that Florida, but unless they ,drain the I Superintendent satisfy said claim -.1
"J-i! ,ty and 1iLGflHANbNDfliO DL40 Given' hand and officialseailthis ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE OF FINAL _
spot vnnder
t" putting' salt .under the gulf. they- never will the Everglades." l. .. NOTICE"Notice my .
: of 1906.) DISCHARGE
the 20, day Sept. 'i
: over it. Jetties it remain that way 40 _
.. -
t (seal) C J. SMITH, J. P.
'for' hour then finishing Grand Parades of Firemen. is hereby given that there
an and -
1.J or so .I Fta.r 'J
., :9285t9th. District Marion. Co..
.. .'t treatment. with another thorough'rubbing Albanyj; N. Y.. Oct. 3.-The; annual will be a meeting and election'ot Lumber the Notice is hereby given that ea the
of the IcGehee
Ink. stain firemen's 1. stockholders. 15th day of October !$&, Ua UIliJf -
". not trace"of 'the parade ,today has attracted D company a corporation uader the r NOTICE ____

would 'rem l 1.**'- visitors from tie. surrounding country CURE 1':' laws of the' ,state, of Florida held in signed "vasaign o J. }f Will I _

and neighboring towns which are ro. J55O'? -01 its offices in Marion county. Florida,I, For Sale-My farm of 80' acres; 30 present to the lon S BIf : _

i Fine Brood Mares, -competition; for' the! varioustro. SAU-SICK W UTTllPKVlMHIESt nr rzCCW R on the '- ; acres in good timber: 50 acres clear. circuit judge of *
: We, have; just. gotten in ,:1'car load *' 5th day November, A. D. 19C6 : All first, class farm and garden land; IM&t _
phies. The parade in three Or MANY VIA'S WT9 Bt'liE 3ESf MtiafI R colt state of Florida, his Saal Hat* _
':- ..:-Of the finest brood ,mares ever brought : was sectIon MARKET FOB DISEASE flSTOC1OMLI" < at ten .o'clock a. nw to determine all under fence; fine spring; good .
to the state/'and,to see'them is to ad and was headed ,bf Major Gausand R&KSQ AI'PtITU"D IIL\i1II Hit HM3 T* 8} *9 OtoatSTIUHNANJ whether the capital,"stock.ot said" cor-;! buildIngs; cue fourth mile from tee ment and vouchers and apply far h .

__:'mire. ,taein.: We: will 'sell them"at : Coinndssioner Gantine; 'The day IOIif. It BOI I R AIiII FOCO s vt 5CT 1'0,1;1iQ1::u'lW."$10(11'0$. poration. shall, be- increased |o one. G, & G, railroad which will soon be final djHeharg as slid anigree. -4 _

: i' -very-reasonable:prices..Comeand" and'; was a'_ festive one, ;and. decoration? "AICC 23 ClTScaaODL&LErVALL hundred thousand( dollars., 'completed< and have a.depot oat>r"bp'iposite Ocala, Fhrc Sept: u. 1'
.. look. JhfMn.over-- at :t RLTA CAuZiTh, 1' 'FJIcrJ.! BY (seal) MCGEHEE.LTJMBER,CO. :: place. Will sell cheap for cash. _____
,; _' MARION ,FARMS' ''STABLES. I tr .:.pzotus3..: ; This arteraboa. .,,,e var- KNN&sThT 10-54t '. By' C. 7. McGehee,. For particulars 'apply to B.: S Quar.erman. .- I CLARENCE J. SI. __ _
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..york' Yesterday' to Begin Inquiry ." ..... I.. '' -,
Into the Second Class Mail Meat* .: 5 -
-4- ... urta-Several_ Publishers W ere i -

HeInL. F. .," .. !
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New York.Oct 1.*-The commission .. ,
composed of Senators Penrose.. Car* .,1. .:f'< ... '
ter and Clay and RepresentativesOerstreet : '< ; .

_ lift fcen senate of the, Gardner and postoffice the and house committee Moon began mem. an>* A. BROWN '&

k. J Inquiry here today pursuant to an BR ii iiI

r R act Uses.of congress along 'the following I. ? .

Whether. the revenue from the
second class of mail matter should -
_ bft made, commensurate with the actual &
cost of the service rendered, in
|.-BdUng it, and whteher its classification '
_ should not accordingly, be Wholesale Oirocers '
: grounded upon practical rather than : ,
Ideal distinction. 11
is I ':' -'.
2. In case second class matter "
not taut upon cost paying basis, what I :!t ..:,' '-- .
limitations should be placed upon '
t tie matter which: may properly embrace < ::> .' '

i that class ::: '_ :,- ; -' < ./ '; : .' : '. '

tag!.-law By'' what may the amendments changes which.of exist appear I>:: ; "' : Ocala I Florida. c

to be advisable be most effectually : '
brought about?. : ,: ;" '
'j: ,
[: : "
Hearings will probably be held in Ii ; ,' :
several other cities east and west. ...- H
The report of the postmaster general --- I. : .

.,showed GOO on this a class deficit.of of matter about for$27 the ---- ; .... ; ". _. .. .; : H,>. .l. } . ... .. : : ", I .
past year. Owing the.great num .-..- ,' '.j: j !
bet ,of publications concerned hearings -I _-_ I !. ..
will not; be' given. to. .1 Individual .' : .
publishers.. Three representatives ofT :;: ." ". ... .' ... ..
: ; '
: '
each national organization will be t10 .: .....,!.,. .r, .... .. ... d.t 'c' ; .. ,. '.': .. .. ( -.'
keard: orally) and those classes of, .. r it r t.i-. .I.! .. .. j : i. .. .: 'f .. ,
yoblJcationf not. .having! :: regular'brga Yh E .."",,' ,'.-- Ili f '''''.'', '.''' i::''-.' ',,!' ;,t2.: '" .' ,
.'also ns.:.will' ,.be \theard'through;, ,per : '.' : ., : .: .: 'S :"{"" : .... :, > :' .

90** 'who., may be. "regarded, as fairrepresentatives. !ii ';:iI- : .. : :1'
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_ y While the opinionseema. to J>reyailamong : :... t..., r', .' .1"1',. ",.< t r. > : ri.J ',> r '. ; :
postal. .officials. ,andj members.. : '

postal ben of subjects congress-,'-that having the rate to do of-with sec: E'T: 'o' : : ,:' :

ond,:clans; mall matter:' should be Increased trie Trade f .. .-:
,changes in law are,naturally ,. ... '
sought, with a. view to .eliminatingthe ..... '...' :. .. ., .. ., '. : ... .
',.difficulties and perplexities of '-. ,.. \
i '
_ ..... : ' administration. In'a word, present: .' : : .' .. "' .. ..
sail classification..seems out of date -...-.- .- ........,J; .. .:.... V" .'- ,;'.-: .
and< business' ,conditions have put ...- :;: '. ;4 t n: "t"l ., .. : ? : I' .,'4. ,
.jroRn It.8ryden "."'.,:,,,{ >>'..... ., : ..... )'.(.," j.- 'L'J........,'' .'\.J .' '.- . !f" '. ,.". ....
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Baltimore Sub-Treasurer -;""- -\. : f' ,
_ Resigns at Request' of President: .----- .. .,.-.,'"'- I, .:.:.:. ,
_ Baltimore. ., Oct. : Sub-Treasurer; : : ,. .

_ o A S5ca:Lincoln todaTw,Dryden, relinquished.announced.his at : ':. o: Our stock of Groceries, Grain, Feed"I I .

the time the; federal, appointmentswere .....-. _'_, '*' _..._.. '
made, that Mr. Dryden whose 0'
r ttra' does not expire until January ; ', ---
3: would. be .permitted to. serve until &c for, the FaR and Winter trade is ,3'
then, when C.. C. Pusy was to sun .,
J ceed him.. Mr. Dryden was' therefore F : .....
a little surprised when he re.celred ... ;' ........

Treasury that from Shaw the the president a'Secretary. .letter,-desired' informinghim ot the his E ,:, ', coming in daily by the car load, and; we ,

_ resignation. take affect today. He ..... '. ,, ....-
promptly sent the resignation as re-
quested, and "it" reached the secretary ; : '
today. :_:: are prepared to fill all orders on shortnotice '

Pig Iron Going Up.PHtsburg ....- I .. ,. ,. ......
Oct ,i;-Furnaces in all : .....,
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the iron.districts are. in operation and ','\'- ......
., repairs were=only partly completed to f for :
> quantity. ,= .
: any
allow _them to 'be put, Into operation E o ,
-g: .to get out as.>much work(; .as possiblebefore' : ......
the increase, in price .of '
_ pig : 1 .....

',.-' Iron.* 'h''-$ always been* the- history of E,1 Our stock is at present the most- ;
i pig iron that when prices were pushed ,
beyond.normal a deluge of pig ..... '''''.c. 1.
iron -sag poured on the market and ---- '; 'j. \
a dedd's ump followed. It is safe :
to -ay that It Bessemer and basis pig complete we have, ever :carried; Lets '
iron TeacK. $i9. to $2$: per'ton at .. I :
_ the furnaces there is going to be a.reaction. ...... .....
There are. scores of small .- ...... ;:-
cannot'u-aces be all over operated the 'country economically that quote yotf prices : : 3 '

nth'pig iron around $15 per ton, but i _
at'18,. to |29 they pay well on the ., ., ",,. .' ". ; .J, ... -,
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Investment, .i' 4 _. .... -
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_ .j .;;...-. Hunting Season In Maine.Bangor ,'...-. -".', ", ': '... ;. ._ .. "_ ........._ ;r
Me:, Oct. 1.-There have '. < "
_ been many inquiries concerning hunt. .-..-..- .
ing prospects In Maine this falL The 'T -- .
deer season. opened today... and. the .,. : '-
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_ moose. the 15th. _. : .,'. .
j season opens on ... '' J HtTT ....
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There has been a great deal of rain.and' .; : ; 1" ." : _
p a rainy fall will keep many --- \ .'.'.. >.. .h"" .''. <.. .. ..-, -_.''-.. >,.' '., '.'., we. -.. ."", .'..' .'. '' "',-..' : -4
sportsmen out of .the woods. With ....... .....
.... ...
weathers favorable: as> that of last .--- -.r : : .. .. ....

la tan' of,' however the' opinion Commissioner that morehunters Carlton, -.........-.- J ,>>..,''... -0 -..- .. . (I .' ..... _-_
than ever \would come to Maine. '
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Attack: 'of Diarrhoea Cured by One- 'f.t > : '

4 _Dose*I was era of,and so Chamberlain's_weak Diarrhoea from ,ah Colic Remedy.attack, Chok of ,; '.' ; Tours for More BllsinJss :: : : :

diarrhoea that .1 'c wd scarcely attend ., ', ,,. '. ( . ..
to my.duties;-when I took a,dose --- ". .'- .........,<
of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and '
j f Diarrhoea Remedy., It cured me entirely := J.'A" .':. -- : :,,;. ,;:" :::
_ + and I had been taking other :< '? ,
medicines tor' nine days without relief -,"_ ---'"--' .Mi. : i .
f I heartily recommend this 'med' ..... :. ;; ; :::.
_ icine as :being the best"to my knowledge ..........'.,

; Stewart for, oi the.bowel firm complaints.of.Stewart &Bro.G., i BRO :NB.; 'i ;
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_ 1 0 Greenville gists.' ', Ala. For sale by all drug-m ; '. .. .. J .

y The famous White House shoes for r'...... :,:.,:.''.>,:<.I_:.''.;..-.' ., << 4x .... .
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-a ladles-andgentlemen: and the Buster .... .' :" .
a .Brown shoes for.girls a4 :boys cannot -::.::. ,;, ," L r ", ., .,. .._ <., ..-..-.,' ,.- ,_... ... .".', ..: ..-,'-_. ::.,.... \ .,' --. ....... -
:: .. be' 'surpassed in thud!, .:for style.. 4<'r'"<''' ., "B' :" = : -/ ': '''' > ...-.-..-. "
:t ,
and price. The. zA .
quality: : O> ; ";;; _-t_

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;'Buaimer'dry'goods.. .Insj .t ...snyo acok. -

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