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 12, 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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,. in leaving'home in May and June -- ,
: JS t'j' Quo Warranto Writ' Filed Against x .
: /T : for the northern resorts and :jraturn- '

T' ,' 1. :. .. r .' ;-, ,' '. >, t, > ing In July and August.. The Ocala Ice and Fuel Company-' May make it necessary to. borrow ;
Prays That Company's Charter be
: 'J 7 i.i : ANl'i; These months are usually almostas Adjudged '.Forfeited and Dissolved. We
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: pleasant in Florida as jfcr more some money. are ready to ..
: ; Case Will Be. Watched With In- I -
: norFern latitudes. The middle of f ,
: : > PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS > September and October is the Ideal terestjFrcni 'accommodate aillegitim. r te lines of r,

__ time for visiting this section* The
:'Tuesday's daily* i industry and trade
,. weather now is coo! and the atmos-
-.1< .AT THE Mr E. .W. Davis,, states' .attorne y, x
phera is crisp and bracing. '
yesterday filed in the clerk's office,

The city people are returning: from in the name of the .attorney general MUNROE & CHAMBUSS

.{.a P.OSl' OFFICE DRUG. STORE mountain? and ashore and the department of the state of Florida, an informationIn I .. ,

stores are. displaying the :
the nature of" a. quo warranto writ BANKERS. .- e sps?
{; fall and winter fashions and the
'-N. streets:.are' alive 'with shoppers The against the Ocala Ice; and Fuel com ::.- "'-':-:_ .: ... '. .. =-.,' ;':'.::"-=-.;',':':""- :,:: ::-::- = ., :-;;:' --:'. ,- :,;,':
"r pany and this company is requiredto '
1 n ,... theatres are all open and are presenting 'V'V :
i .., :show cause before Judge, W.. S. o-
\ their new plays 'for this season
V; : Bullock on the 20th day of October w. A. KNIGHT.. L. E. LANG "
; -. VVb "J'f: : : : : : why the writ of quo warranto shouldnot S {
A great southerners' are fast
t ,_ '. 4r.;, many : issue. r
'..l discovering That this is the best time
: The information recites that by ANNOUNCEMENT.
: ; .- : 'i : for coming to New York and the hotel
: 7 oYPrescri -
;:; < :; : reason of the' combination of the ,
_. "'.' -l- : registers contain 'tho na.mes'of ,
.. .pt'1. 9 sCarefull Filled Florida Packing'and Ice company
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.. : T :IC- many prominent southernersamong
'.,l k : and.the. Ocala Ice. and Packing company We have Just purchased the \Va gon and Harness business of MfS rs. -== =

j '. .' whom are a great many Floridians the. law has bern ;violated, and S. A. Standley & Company..and propqse to add to the stock of goods every -.

PPEHINOS .ABOUT. TOWN. "Dr.A.: McBride and little son, of Gen. and'Mrs.. Win. B. Lamar are prays that this companybe found, and thing that Is needful, to make! it aCOMPLETB LINE In every sense of ? ,

-..,, _-. '. Holder, were }In the city Tuesday.The guests at the Hotel Astor. Gtn. Lamar adjudged to have surrendered, and forfeited the word.' We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on tha mar -

'.MISS' SARA,0 ? ELIZABETH HARRIS. is 'having many distinguished'honors Its charter ket; also several makes' of Bmjgies. Besides these we handle a great va
corporate right
new., pipe! 'organ of the Metho riety of vehicles either of which we stand to
: shown Jiim. !Ivas .taken ready fully guarantee. -
A,.k frl ** "Local: Editor sn dist power and franchises, it be ousted
church is being in post
"' IHi l H BH B I HHHHHiHHI HHHiM tlon. by Mr.. Wiliam Randolph.. Hearst.... in and excluded therefrdm and dissolved. ; High Grade Buggies Serviceable Carriages
his automobile in hisrecent stumping ,
;lulu,; J, ;,B. Tankersley.. the. jolly. i Unexcelled WagonsHarness
tour'of the city and Florida --
;'Crepsusj of' the. Coleaian; ,section of Mr. Percy L, Billingsly; of,Oak, was popular .1 The oufcome of this matter will ,
the New Yorker Etc. Etc.
congressman Lap-
;' --Surnter county was in t e'cty.: bay.Y ... among the young Elks. who.. 'last night gave be watched with interest by every -
the aid of his splendid'oratorical
had their antlers trim d. citizen of Ocala and surrounding ter
;ink come up to present. at the ses- n : .
'sion .of the .Elks.-Tuesdaytnight- utterances., ritory. Turpentine Wagons a Specialty _
:Dr.. D M. Boney has been unable Gen.. Lamar is not entirely confident -

..Mrs. W.N.' Camp returned'' home Urbe at his office for the past .few that 'Mr/ Hearstwill be elected Lloyd- Judaschke. We are Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate Competition.

days on account of sickness') but ,says! that he will give Mr Hughes
\' 'yesterday Roanoke, Va., where ,.. .The Arkansas Democrat, of Little :' Kss
been and his allies a vary bad scare. .We arc Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine -
she has. the
i . summer; Rock in a recent: issue, gives the following .
Mr. peacock, editor of the Williston Gen., and Mrs. Lamar were among and F =
: friends know ,
'Rer'many: will regret' .. .to. account: of a marriage'whIch ; ann Wagon.Knight .
;. sfck.( : Advocate, is in tne<.City.and'has accepted the large audience that greeted Miss ..
that she is quite .
: ; has a large local, and southern interest
.a posiU01.WitK:the; Star Eleanor, Robson at her opening nighT ; '

';Jr.: 'Charles, Rheinatier, who. hasspending' at the: Liberty theatre Wednesday evening : .
vacatlonln'Can.ada : -Mr. and, Mrs.- Bradford C. Webb, of "Oq. .Wednesday, September, ,atDeLand & :
s been :hs : and haying seats near them Lang ;
Kendrick, in town the Rev.Dr. Judaschke, Sec- i
were Tuesday
and New, York state,. for the past ; we had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. t.
and dined-at th ').l nteiuma notel. retry Bishop Prownf! and one of the ,
has hoine "
month, returned after hay Lamar She Is a'very, handsome wo '
best known (Successors! Standlev: and Co:J : _
clergymen of Little Rock., :, ;
beautifully .. .
lug 'a' very .delightful time; man and was gowned on '
Mrs J. who
has been
F. Crosby, was married to Miss Alexandria
this occasion in old rose silk, with, a ,
.-' spending several, days in. Ocala with Lloyd, the eldest daughter' Cot .. -
MrsI McCoy and pretty little doug big. pjctcre hat of black IJrs. Lamar .
Mrs. J.. W Crosby has. returned Thomas "1), Luoyd, of Jnverness Fla
who the winter in .
,, er.;" ,, spent .. before her marriage to Congressman
and her home in Martin Dr Judaschke has just.returned from, a Furniture.
Ocala last' ,year _have returned: Lamar a couple of years ago,. was .
%Oil again. spend the winter here. Atlanta three months' trip. to. Europe: where >
Mr J.. Q. Smith, one of. Center Hill's Mrs, Ether BdyTToy; or : and \ '

They. are .stopping. at the 'V Ocklawahafniu .' prominent truckers and fruit: growers? was regarded: as one: of the most popular he went to take 'the baths. The news f.,. .'. \.
of the'.wedding surprise
: ,. was a great
and a leader in' Sumter; county politics : and beautiful young women ofGeorgia's ,
: .. ,-i. ,...* to his numerous friends, as but avery \
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jfi James Leslie,, of Pannasoffkee, was m, Ocala, Tuesday.: ; handsome capital husband city.make Sfie a and striking her; few had any intimation of the1ocfor'Q Its a little, early, but our fall stock 'j is arriving:daily i .and _

.' .d ln;the city' on' business f' ; -Ifle.( 'one' '. Dr. and Mrs.. Walter Hood have looking couple and received marked '*entjnns. The bride "fa.a: all we a chance to save .you msney. .' All we'.ask is a: '

'oYSurJter' eo mt 's most successful moved, tp; ,the residence of Mr. and attentions wherever they -visit t charming southern belle and well 'f f ,- .! ,,, ;: :",,".' '. .
'orangV"g1'QWersand is very' ..enthuslastic known fcr her zany accomplishments few minutes 'of valuable] time to show '
Mrs. D. A. Miller on Fort Kin; avenue One of the New York visitors fromFlorida ,I your youthrough
on'the ''possibl1ftlesof..the Industry throughout Georgia and Florida. She '. '. .,
; where they have ,rooms. happened to a misfortune;, ye s.terday" .. ..o'
ia his ectioa.' is a graduate of the Atlanta Collegeof our stock.
While Mr. W. R. 'Rl JT">t-; '
\ '. Mr. Robert Taylor, of the Atlantic Pharmacy, and in 1902 was awarded -
who is at the
Jacksonville stopping
: '
Jude Walt last Saturday admitted Beast Lilehas' just returned to afternoon the Sprague gold medal" having
hotel Breslin, wasenjoying, an -
r to; .l i n vJoSi' K, "B'rtoa at they ses- Ocala frcm'a visit JQ;'hi -family, :who siesta, he left his -door unlocked made the .highest percentage: of examinations A Fev'Le\ de'rs$ ,.

don, cf tifc ?I: dt court at DAde are: spending thewinter Atlanta... and a sneak thief entered 'the before. the, state board' .of < ..". >. ,.
;. City.r.. Burton is,the 'man who '- pharmacy, and winning over about ? ''

-:;, idlled Mr, R. E. WIshart'. of this. 'Hon N. A. Butch and .Dr;' Lamar} room relieveing and went him through of his "his pocketbook pockets,, lOt eonipetitiors, all of whom wereot"tlle" ROHBEDS'FBOM'S2-50; i 3 UP ., SUEB03RDS SI 1.59 UP :.
V '
elty some weeks ago. state prison inspectors, were. in the f "Judaa- '
male sex, Mrvand"Mrs
watclT'anbr other "arffctes'("valWIfeX : : ,, < "c' ,<
city Tuesday on business.They hke re_Jatr_ ,pr seat spending'theirioneymooiiwith ; CHINA CLOSETS $15 00 MOP
: .
: .
Hiss Meta ,Jewett .has gone to in the afternoon for-soiah ..FlorIda lostover: ;: two hundred d Uars'hni'6n :, "y .
.3 \ their?friends. ?:. Jlr. S
his. ,
and safety deposit keys < > r .
Salem N. Q., where jh will ) '
Winston; ; their inspection. .
on roynd"of Dir'f
-* 3 \ aid :! f oma s'Cockbuni?om Whitfoston'Wenue .
Bayer eyes treated-}iy.h r! uncle, -% V .1.a: : He'.. had.J'< .deoosted.... : in.,:a vault. ___pf ont bf; r *. 'Hot s Spfingt' '''' 'hey_ "' ,

who Is quite a prominent ,specialist of Miss Julia Cans of .,Germany, who the New York banks checks and mon, : ; OCAlA

that' cltyt Before returningr: : ) omeMtea las bee, spending some-.months 'in e 'amounting,;(tiy:!:|?k''St( j and as,- he will October rematn'thereVuntf-r. ,when f-: -, ,;they, expect t theialiiiile; to t como*; "of,*, fURNITUU. COMPANY'T.;

Jewett will visit ;friendsJn.A; )cala':.;witb? her uncle and aunt, Mr.1 dOE>!t'notljemembE'r'. the number bf' :"
'wifl make
laata. .. nd" -s. M. Fishel, das gone to, New"Yorfc hid keyis:.being' put to considerabletrpuble to .Little. Rpcki where' ..ifiey4,. ; E, C. SMITH. C V. ",.OtRTS. .
heir future homer Rev, 3Ir Ju'daslikfi -
a and7from l'inhere Vilf'return to: In recovering ,his deposit? 'Z; .,.".. :* ---, -
States Attorney Sj; W.
V toInverness.,, .':Monday .to, be :1resVV -. .' Gainesville.. .... ,., .. .who. have. pent. tl.past Rock.of' ; D '.:.Judas&nd'ability 1ke is-_a :gentleman:His degree r'
: tat:a preliminary'Searing. ;of. 'mur- Mrs. Eddy Carmicaael;) who has three months at"Green, Harbor. ; Mass., rare- :culture: ,

,bar cae.;: From, JnYenfess.. ...hewent, speh'the past four months at dif.erent and .who, have been ]n New York doctor of philosophy; wa 'conferred -' RLNG'i -- --f

\f> Tavares, where he la representing f summer resorts in Tennesseeand Clty'.fcir-several! : weeks left today for .by the University >6f;iCoettln; r

tie..state at. the present term of 'the G\.<)rgi;., returned, home Tuesday Lexington,. Kyl. for a brief; visit' to. gen,. Germany, one of' the oldest arid ., s I fI
'n ,*> ''4rtd. He' also distin
tfra!nlt court.. afternoon. Mr,. CarmichaeL her: their daughter.. Miss Pearl, Colson, nept fI
gushed himself'as' 'a student at Columbia !
in. Jacksonville, accompanying her who Is 'attending college in that city. .
Mr H. 1.... Anderson, college New York ityx ands ,
; and Mnr. home from that : for home .
point They will, leave Sunday or We'Have Now in Stock iIi I .
who with their daughters, Miss Frane Monday the finest linguist, haying, mastered ,

*and :Mlssr--Lillian; have' been lllr, 'touls: Bacon Warren. formerly -' Mr. Frank Harris and' Miss Sara most of tne languages': Europe,'On the Most Complete- Line of ;

apwidlng,.the.,summer In.;:New. .:Yorkarafd the popular pasforrthe' Bap- Harris. after spending 'ten days. in account of his proficiency .as a linguist

_ "( home Sunday night; ,Misses tist church In this city but 'who for New. 'York will, sail. ,for Jacksonville he was recently tendered, the RINGS that Can Be Found rArmour'si

PJ tH. wlU- remain: .In .New: York the past eighteen 'months has been today on the, ,Arapho reaching- hair"of modern languages In the Imperial I -

tW4' winter and .attend:'school the pastor of the_First Baptist. _church. home, .Monday night or Tuesday.! university, a(,Tokio :Japan."--: Anywhere.CaH .

at_ Beaumont., Texas has received a Atlanta JournaL -
..the I,; This morning, in company with Mr.
Mr Harry -Palme has rented jail to one, of the big churches. InChlcato."Whieh"he and See Them.
Juste of'Mr.' C. V. Miller and as soon George Wr'Wilson.'editor 'of the Jack
: ; c has, accept We handle the famous White House T-
,...' Mr, 0': c. Croin,, moves Into the Bonville' Times-Union- called' on "Simon Pure"The :

bases he has just purchased: :Mrs. Mr.. S. L. Lummus has just rented Mr. H.; M. Flagler at his offices in Shoes for; ladies and g nUemer;. and

PJaaor and ,Miss Jessie Palmer:! will his cottage on. Orange avenue to the, .Standar OU Building, 26_ Broad- the Buster Brown'shoes-for'girls' and very cream of Iud.
.. c toy .. These lines cann&t'bersurpasse'l
9 up from ct. Petersburg, where Mr., Blain,bookkeeper for the McKean war. -- in Costs little
for' q quality:/:and price.. Comp, and R more
_! hare been living for; the past Lumber' company. 'Mr Lummus will We were shown by' him a great
: see them The Fair. x than ordinary lard?
,iNr 'ffiontbs. We welcome them ,make, his home, at Key West In the many photographs rol the' Key West .
t Wwjk to Ocala again :i future .and will be joined later by: his entension and''were told that the r Yes but it always give*
l wife arid. little son. Their 'Ocala work on this great enterprise is" being V vclettonal.' satisfaction

suss John T. Moore, and little friends will regret. very much that pushed *asrapidly as possible.) In 5 and 10 poundbuckets
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tr; and Mrs,' D., L. Massett (re- Iii they are' to leave .QcalJLMr Four or= five thousand! men are at'. --"""' -- -.-- -: Fred (j. B. Weihe at

A Sunday;from a p.oj diana,' work'arid it wm not 'be many" years L D"FUii. Rc i.. FSL4LtCK.; ,

!kV!;:fok-et rj: home.:Mrs. Massett ,. .and Mrs. W. W,. Harriss and .before this railroad,: which ,was.: for FuLTE'& BuLocs.Dentist. .', Trje. Jeweler. 0. K

:qte: a good' deal property' in their children liave. come from Chaflotte Iso long time thought be a'Mere ., M .. k' Grocery,

._:a...... ri:.'...of........ ,ft..Mt: (",Hnt..ot" ,+N..CVtO'make ,their: visionary scheme, :wlll .be. completed !Over ifttiae& Ch bliss Back Ocala,Fla L- ? -.I Clark Bros.* Prop -

fie. orchards., ,She 'says; that; f the news' will be learned with The'phottighaphs:: 'show that the ".' Phone 174.

ate sir plentiful. t ouih :that delight' by the many friends this.popular road.fpasses, :.alqng.. a'-beautiful'sectionand ,. ; T"E.pfG S;., ., -- .. : 'j '0:' Salmon, continues to. be the premier
.abmst' :;drug on:the market family have.In Jacksonville. Duf- and other -" '.y :P
;'JEpcoariut 'tropi
ATTORNEY'.AT.LAW. r fish of Britlsli ..Columbia. .. .. .....
irg her visit to her ;sister )!rs. Carl island v industry __,_..r.y.V.. -- -
.t( -- ; cal.strees oathe spanned. by Lgoes Block.l "".' ,' In 190{the'output: U57,. Noticed
'k!,..1arrts.'aJ1.d Miss. Sara Van Deman, last winter,Mrs.'Harriss ,, ,. SVO4flice in.Caq- j ; was, ,Sm Warden's -
sbetlt 1Iarr1s the editor and tojMedttor this'que:-:' ':.. ',kallway. : -::. ,. 0 A ...- .., !l.[, iim, -; 460 cases,- valued at 5750000.: Over.OOOiOpO ,Not1Ci; krtb1 clreo tfcat nt tI
enviable ---
h. won an reputation as .a : "
: ..,, < "1' .s. :-.E...H.. salmon 'were required to wlllt lkputt $ y.ppolBtt4
| : of. the Ocala ,.Banner re&wse bridge 'player,,and. was,.much sought : : >;-."' WI2SYENCEL.ATTORItEY.J- .; '.; u. ; : i pm -

\Tuesday( 'afternoon 'from after;.in .sodetyi. ; Jacksonville. Times .e-/ :. : .1 JLJ, ".-;,; :;:; fill .the '-50Uoooo0() Sans and H ia the repeat most 1.& tb -

_a Tory city, 'where they spent Union.,Mr. and 'Mrs, Harriss are both t Mr.'j.; .Cam'sjHt' Appreciated.Professor \T.LAW, >' :$1. estimated that'' an equal distribution coaptated wRk k roperT I1pe4 eoUtIea
ht...ln':'a\.mOst- Delightful .znafli'caiue -, well'kunwninthis; : cIty(burs. 'Harriss Woftman-joT', ,... .;--:'' theOcalahighsehool '" -.. OCALA.. -. ?..*Jr* -' ?. .-. FLOK1DA,; ....."" among the 'entire: 'populationWould of 'ntat. ld perao&9ra Addr ,

: i .'to'=Jacksonvllie 6h navlng'beeh: before; 1er marriage Miss :, .. wish' vtoreterathe4; ., > '. ...J....... .> .. have: supplied ..200'cans. for everyman i.Wel bkc1tA'-lEr.
!ahoa; :which safied'.from' New Mary;'Waldo, ." thanlts',!'?of, tnV'tiEachera(aadlpupiisitdSuperintendent. i 1 J ', ,....sE... .....-< ,. Woman and, "child' to jtheprot- 81M Warta, I>Etariton.. net $

'Pr1- ". ;..f 'afternoon,; '''The boat::: <(- '\' :. _.:ri .* :Djr; CarQforta pretty . :'., ..D>rNrIST; r' ,'tocaLe' \\ Ince*"<*4UnitedStates. ; Consular" Eeport. ,'"

We: ;reai i 1nlr-.:Charlestari J find: : '"Cannon' : IL W. Tucker if" u.l are y set bf '''bOO1ci; ?The Winn i 1g': of; !! VSVATTBMLY r J t
: thinking anything""done'in; : i fbi1JJ! &&Aw.t 1i We.. have reduced: .tneprfeeacin: *H MW f .". tht "'"' Daf
that of having the Vest 'r1tte < '
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MARTEL MENTION.: DAISY NO. 1. "'Hippodrome Cost $18000"It :

__- ', Special correspondence-' Ocala Banner. Special correspondence Ocala Banner. GeCold ana( miollier that '36 will,+,v, {require/ tickets. the, too clear sale'of expensesof more,

:Mrs; H. W, Long, who has 'been We are, having some disagreeable e the hippodrome: atone," said a memo

r ; quite:ill the past' ten days:.Is' convalescing weather at present The season's' first .cold ber of the Jacksonville Carnival As- a"i

", under the skilful treatment j I I We are sorry to ,av that Uune sociation several' days ago. The won-
,:.. of Dr. Veal.Woodward I Bug" Poor "Albert": and "Blue Bell- may be slight-may yield ders and attractions that have been

A. W- and family have have discontinued their space In the to early treatment, but the imported from New York to amuse wrote you for advice,It writes lelia Hagood,

_: ,:' returned to their' home at Cotton Banner. It is the pleasant Floridians during'. e week of November
most paper next cold will hang'on of Sylvia, Tenn., "about my terrible backache and
Plant, and are weicomed'back by we have ever read.' 5th to 10th, costs the Jacksonville : .
:: '.' their numerous friends., Mrs. 31.: E. Marsh is, visiting her longer ; it will be more Carnival Asociation 18000. monthly pains in my abdomen and shoulders. I

.. 'Rev. A. W. Wdr has been conductiwg son. Mr.: H. A. Marsh troublesome 'too. Unnecessary Almost every show is famous, and had suffered this way nine years and five doctors

a protracted'meeting at Mattel" VTe are sorry to say that an old to take chances comes. from the NewYork, hippo-
-; the twelve : assisted by the had failed to relieve me. On your advice I aook
past days time Blacksmith of-Daisy has moved Scott's drome. Some tif the individual salaries

:_ Rev..Mr. Paso,- of Alachui- The ,services -I away. So I guess we will have to on that second one. of more than a hundred labor- Wine ,of Cardui, which at once relieved my pains

: were Interesting and, good was give him up as we see_ there is no Emulsion is ,a preventiveas ers. There will be talented animals, and I cured. I
now am entirely am sure that
::. a.ecompUshed.Tbeze: was, six accessions -' chance to get him back. well as a cur Take aerial dare-devils, and wonders and

',' to the church. '. We are glad to see,that MISS,JohT comedy,performers of a great variety. Cardui saved my life."

__ t Rev. Pasco Is an able earnest'' anoulstirring d nie Priest is able to be up and out "But we don't expect to lose anything

i preacher and especiallyadapted again., SCOTT'S EfflOlSmBwhen on the hippodrome," said a It is a safe and reliable remedy for all female

to revival work. We notice that S. A. doesn't com member of the carnival association.The diseases such
,. The friends of Messrs, D. A. Clarkand as peri- .
out this way any more. We suppose advance sale of tickets convinceme
Walter Ray are glad to welconu; it is' because the name is like the colds abound and ; that the attendance will be .odical pains, irregulari- me ADVICE

I ,them ''back from their sojourn in writer, already worn out. you'll have no cold. Take it large enough to not only pay off that ty, dragging down sensations your Wrtta a"knar n4 wa will tooftter ta4 jr*alt
North Carolina and Hot Spring!; free plait ...! Mvttof*.
,<}' "Here and There" has been south when the cold is contractedand 91S.OOO hippodrome expense, but to headache dizziness Address Ladies AdvtaryDiptrtsta!,
,< They are greatly improved in healthCENTRAL for, the past few weeks. and has just help materially in the many other Tha Outunoosa MadlciM C.,Oatta*

'' NEWS. returned home; it checks inflamma expenses that are necessarily incurredin backache, etc. ae Teu. JU

.y We" are glad to hear from the east tion, heals the membranesof a great: undertaking of this kind,"

:' Special' Correspondence' .-" Banner. of the river again. I the throat and lungs At Every Drugstore In $1.00 bottles. Try It.WINE
..c. Mrs. Charlie Martin's little baby is Reddick Methodist Church. ,
The Centralites thought they would a perfect little peach. We and drives the cold out. Gentlemen:-
in their thisweek.Miss
put Delia appearance Smith opened the: school she is glad it is a, peach instead ota Send for free sample, cents Don't for allow wood., your church to pay 8

,': at Central''September 24. pear., they buy one hundred pounds of -
., :Mr. C. B. .Mixson is on, >the sick list I Mr. W. J. Hogan is on the sick list SCOTT & BOVINE, Chemists White Lead in kegs they get 88 pounds
I Dr E. E. Lindner is his of White Lead and 12 of
attending> 409.413 Pearl Street. flew York pounds
at present but we hope ,he will scionregain .
"' wood but when L. & V OF
they buy .
\ physician. So.:.and$1.00 All druggists ;
his usual health
I Paint they get a full gallon of paint
,Mr; J. S. Mlxson, of Dunnellou, was Miss'.Ala! Hogar is.slowly recovering that won't wear off fffor 10 or 15 years

home a few day last week visiting! from a severe illness. The Fair's Great :Sale. because L. & M, Zinc hardens L. &
relatives" but for :Mr. R. A. Hogan has purchased a I M. White Lead and makes L._ & M. '
his and ,
parents Beginning
Saturday, October 13,
very fine organ for his daughter Miss Paint wear like iron. .
some unknown reason his face was the firm of A .L Webb,.proprietors of 4 gallons L.. & M. mixed with 3.
slightly disfigured, the result of "feverblisters' Ela. the well known store. "The Fair:" gallons linsee doil will paint a mod

so he said, but we have our HERE AND THERE. will inaugurate a auick action clearance erate sized house. YOU WILL GAIN
". Actual cost of 1.,. & M. fthnnt $1 5>ft .
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doubts to that.Mr. -
as ANTHONY. sale and for ten days thereafter per'llon.. V T---- i
_ Curtis Robbins, of Hernando, the citizens of.Ocala .and vicin-
C. S. :
.. Special 'correspondence Ocala Banner. : Andrews' ex-mayor, Danbury,
_ was here o na visit to,his parents last The Ice cream supper at_Mrs. Mead ity will be given an opportunity of Conn., writes: "Painted my house 19 '

week. ow's Friday night. the 15th, given for buying goods at almost their own years ago with L. & M. Looks well II TIME ND V

Mr. J. Adams, of Plants City is at the purpose of raising funds to re figure These goods are all new. today.Sold by McIver & MacKay, Ocala,

home on 'a visit, but 'we are sorry to pair the parsonage was quite a delightful They were purchased for the fall and Florida. I V

; say; he will leave ,In a, few days. affair. The amount raised winter season which Is now fully up- I ,
Mr. J, 'F Benton and family, who : and those
was something like ,$96. About 8 on us who fall 'to'inspect J That the farmers appreciate a fair SAVE
have for the past year/ been living them will lose MONEYIf
>V o'clock the refreshments began being a rare opportunity of j i I that is >a fair and run for their benefit I I
V V at Atter Creek, nave,returned'to their '! _
served in the dining room and on th buying: perhaps exactly what they education and amusement is I I
former home at this place. Their need at a price nowhere else obtain shown
veranda everything was beautiful by wide interest manifested
many friends.extend "to them a hear and brilliantly lighted with Japanese able. in the Gulf Coast Fair and Agricultural you send us $3.00 for your agnual subscription to THE

ir''welcome.Miss Annie. Adams has returned tot lanterns .of the most beautiful have Messrs. C. N. Harper ,& Co., 'who Exposition to be held at De- SUN of these) splendid time i eepgrs.The .
a splendid reputation as pro [
designs. A number of little girls servo funiak Springs from October 31 t
Otter Creek to ,take, ,up her: millinery ed moters and conductors of sales of
the November
V on verandas, while 3. The premium lists are The Sun is
: published
weekly and
work again. this kind in reache Bits subscribers
are charge of the "Fair's" every
V Meadows, Mrs. Graham for
and Miss ready distribution,and will be sent Saturday
Mr.Job Mixson! Miss Della Smith Hillman, served Ice cream and cake sale and as this Is their first effort in free of charge'on applicattion to the You need teh Sun if you are at all in terested in Florida events &cd

V and Miss Estell Mixson went, fishing In the dining room. Mrs. Griffin acted this section they will take extraordi- secretary. V Florida progress. -

last 'Monday evening on Moose Lake as treasurer. The cream and cake nary pains to make it a success. The Subscription rate is $%.00 per year -

V- k V V but. as there, were: others out boatIng were simply the best. The night See the full page advertisement in --- --,-- Send in your subscriptions of 2.00, plus $1.00. between now and
at the same time the diamondssparkled *Rasa today's and November, 1906 and you will receive a watch like the cut print
note the
marvellously FRECKLES
perfect ;one The moon spread her. AND PIMPLES ed in this advertisement and 52 visits from the Sun.
so that it Interfered with golden low prices named for this sale. The Watch is not the, usual
rays over the darkened world REMOVED $1.00 class of watch that Is o nthe
the, eight of the- fish and they 'failed and the soft bright splashes of gold Take the paper' home, mark tho la Tea Days.Nadmola. market. It is made by the Knickerbocker Watch Co.. ii highly

to see the hook and line.Which was sofreely en moonlight stole noiselessly things you are in need of and go early polished, handsomely figured and heavily nickele plated.
offered them, therefore the throughthe and make your purchases. It is stem'wind and stem set and Is guaranteed for one year; it
towering old oaks and fell softly keeps perfect time, and is sold by dealers
everywhere for $:.50. .
supper table was destitute' of the upon the youth sand maidens blushing This is going to be one of the big Ths CompletionBeautiSer I School girls, school boys and school marms and male pedagogues

_ dainty dish, "fish. but happy. Oh how we often gest special sales ever conducted by u ea- ALL NEED THESE WATCHES.

t Mice' Thomas, of Rochelle Is think of that night V when every one any firm in this city. -- of J-grateful><;-i ty Udiu tKouiindi Business men lawyers and doctors, sailormen and cooks, all need

jisiUng her sister.. Mrs. F. H., Hogan, was happy and every .thing was'beautiful. 1 F ,zaduarazteed 3 these watches.
i V for a few 'days.Mrs. It sounds; nice to read that a new facial i'scolora1'on' to removeall In the short SUN.everybody wants this watch, just like everybody needs

Winnie'Reynollb and child After the festival $; tin!
everyone expressed e For the watch without the SUN .. .
'V ren. of Fairfield "were visiting rela their appreciation for such an en erected in Tallahassee. Glorious old Itti-ui/qf you*b. TK For the SUN without the watch .. .. .. .-. V. $2X0

fives at this place Saturday and Sun joyable evening and with'happy hearts ,city-may she continue ,to expand wont caws in twenty Jay.. V v i il.OO For BOTH, .# .. .. ** **- *. ** .. '. .. ..' .... .. . .?. $100

day.Mr. the beautiful young women and children along tducational and all ''other lines: tt all leadirsrrepeed 'Vug tier 01. Provided you order before November 1st, 1906... vt ttAP"... "n .tt.. tMU
V I b "4nooi4 ', w w>* /'
;- Hall .Gladney f.and Mr. Jay and 1')1' All orders received before November ;.ddltJon
gentlemen 1
I young were driven in two artistic
Adams of this place, made a flying I ; to their respective homes under a :; ..- .- < --.- -____ VV_ I wood cuts suitable for framing.

: trip to Lowell wi'I.1Ud Bill" Sua cloudless skV
starlight each wishing

day.A crowd of young people enjoyed a that many Mrs.more Meadows such enjoyable would live affairs., to give- We Never Disappoint Our Patients.t THE SUN, Tallahassee Fla,

pleasant surprise party at the,home of
Mr. J. D.. Mixson ,Friday evening, at Mr.home Dewitt Griffiin, of Daisy was I. Fulfill Eveiy froMiss and liver bold out Fatsil... Figure out for
Saturday and yourself. THE
Sunday. WE 'be bit. .. llWti... SUN and tta
which proved to be a delightful Mr. J. L. Hillman. of Kendrick was coxsd paba Nt..or. 1ritboc.araatDor aa1esrai eataClolit Bloo4 M7
_ V t event ,- _'S&G,., lAd .f HANDSOME WATCH s
I visiting his parents Sunday, as"ttmals.t hl p.raaaaf,

_ HAYCINTHS. Dr.' C. W, Lindner is in Valdosta, lava'fila ot Dr.tile Itng sera lledIeel ot Otol'llo Co.U lot ta tnitltati the 'reatm"111 orjtalJtdiuter ad tQN 01 fMchronla ala FOR LESS THAN 6

FORT MCCOY ITEMS: Ga., this week with his daughter, Mrs. I thisa/dNtloabtbaeblefeoaaatladapecieilat Denouaa4ChlOatad1lauu. Dr. K. I. } 'IIf..W tSaI IQ.ndat. :l CENTS A WEEK
Thos. E. Harris. by ad of em! eotpbraldeaaud earaews.
< Odraaross la for treatmeetof din*UM k....*.. ,Every School Child in the State
Mr.' J. W. Hillman left for Gainesville b lediteaarbetiatadloalaadeleaulqa 'DeflL a can easily secure three
i .. Special correspondence Ocala Banner. Oar oflScalre ,
ialpjw4 wl-h a l the nhrialc. fmdlIB 'bsM -subscribers
,,.. ; The sad intelligence of the death Wednesday on business. too.OBtriruoakDOTB tile aad medical noteant prrffOMlon.: fae*.O.r cnry..anus.alwutcal..* to THE SUN. We will give one of these

_ Of Mr. C. T. Blasengame reached here Revival services will begin here >feodera la .,erJ rupeet. and v, employ none bat U. Wit Watches to Every Child who sends
V the third Sunday Oct. 21. tnlned and Oclrat wt cd nta,rt'ru1&r11 qllU4e4 (ndutMUd us three new sub.
llcsnssd ,
-e late :Monday eveding. He 'was employed pbjtldtiu being la durg subscribers '
Moore, of Ocala will assist Rev. W. employ no nUlmitinK menu to genre p tl. BU M>4 aconinUd: by $6 or three renewals
by Monroe Brothers and McDonald i patrooaas-aoA O.Do'l or nnukvd for r rtttira / Mnt oat accompanied -
Cunningham during this t bythl* Itutation. Oar terms ortre&(0) .t.T rMro 4-M the
at Pine_, in .their; naval stores to 11040 per moattJ( Revival services: began at Graham S. nee of a ear within ipeeUld Urn. o-lt-41.
business. He came here three years MY BEST RffERflK1: g loaesu' treat sad1ersa
from Georgia villa Wednesday. There will be dinner U : CHROMIC i l DISEASES.: r taro Vr
ago ; was superintendent 'f. IUtJ'Jr inch u Kidney IDeS Bladdo tronblei. Ebe dlspa
served on the' grounds Sunday,i \\ ,1N .u.w $ ,
for McEaehenx Lumber company two 'l'j I aptare flydrocele. Dralni LctIU. etc. and all PriTat -
There are several who % UHTILCUDU. Dliauea Tumors and maUtout trooblti C tarrb of t&, --
years; during his ,sojourn, here he from Anthony. expect to attend N.IC. KINa. 14. D. Chronic Noae, Tbroat DlIeate.of, Bead and W m.nDiuce u of XHipfeceamta Eye aal 2ar,

made many friends; he always took CMmr CQItIUI,1IIIQ i-xrwciwb CnoiBrtIDi ohirjes.and nett weaknesses of wcntB.lArtffk .-
It is too'cold now for "June Bug" to an active part in all public enter w llO lend 7oa tar UMranre.iaeloaificamptombUnk fur borne uaatmattt.
V prises., His brother was wired for try and venture' out now, I suppose. "'- CONSULTATION, KXAM1SAT1OX AND AUVXCKrFT.EB ..i. .i Wanted T

and was present when-he died. The BLUE BELL. Oft. KING MEDIOaL DO., SliJSBa-as1; ; fitlanta 6a.

remains *ere sent back to his native Mr. C. T. .Trask, a well known Everyone to know that The W. J. Chambers Shoe

state for Interment ,He leaves 'a citizen of" Belleview: ;:who has been ,in to 'supply your wants In Company Is ready -

wife and two daughters and a host business. >at Memphis, Tenn., for sometime
of friends to mourn his loss. past is Fashionable
now .af Madisonville, Footwear
M. L. McQuaig'has again moved to Teen. and will I ,
,be. there for a short ( If it is Shoes you ,
wantt we
Dexter, where he has accepted : have them in ill
a position unile Mr. Trask Is pleasantly remembered i !from $1.50 to $6.00. In Men's Ladies' Prices ra.nginC ,
with Messrs. Barton and MtV and chlldre's
by our citizens and Is in. can make prices that will interest we are well fiXed. "* : -
Leod you, We
as sawyer and machinist. h also
terested in [ e
our county and keeps !n- Gent's irnishings., Don't fail a complete. tine of
,Henry [McQuaig, the road overseerof touch with us through the columns to give. us a calL i
this section Is kept on the keen of the Ocala- Banner We hope that .-

jump repairing the public roads after Miv Trask will at no distant /lay Where you find Shield Brand Shoes W. 1
the long wet spell., again take his Shoe
The Southern Pine ; np residence among us.. it is ,a safe place to trade, because Company'Leaders :
r back to the vest company side of the SOUTH LAKE WEIR. they are sold by reliable merchants in High Grade Footwear and.Gent'sX

slough to cut and haul logs:;. it will, everywhere. Be sure to ask forRiser's -, .

however come back here as' soon as Special correspondence Banner > -

it completes its road across the canal Mr- Finney, of Coleman. has been King $350; Shoe, C. C. Smith.

Some fine showers ;fell Tuesday to spending! a' few days here..' On Son-
the delight of the &rd era:.. day he led the Christian Endeavor for. men, and you will'get your Directors and

R. H. KImlow' of Crystal River. is meeting which was enjoyed by all. money's worth. Made in 37 licensed: EmtultrerJ

i visiting his father at.'Dexter, this Mrt Finney leaves earlier than he Styles arid all -the'p-1i11 larLeather's
-1 V week. intended"on.his account. of the illness of Patent Colt,' Vii We are .equipped, to do the very best work
Miss Ruth ,Stevens )s visiting her brother. and use
Gun Calf only the latest and
fetal8o; etc' best
The weather .' melhoda
sister, Mrs. D, F. Simmons near Sunday f1orning'made ,
V Citra this week. us think of the approaching' winter Telegraph Orders
__e time V > !t. C. _Kiser Company ,; IJeceive Immediate tte5tiou

Several! from Manufacturing ,
this, vicinity
are expecting -
A satisfied custom.* Is the best,ad.
vertUement ant! satisfaction. Is not to help swell the crowds: In : OCALA : ._:
only our aim.ttutour, guarantee./ Try In.-Ocata, next'week,: ;" Co.w
the Wbtt,;1toi e.ahoe. aprag'Ityle a V Mr. ,Sta1rordanCfamily' apel, and undertaking ;
fur men'and: en Just wired. TV ;have ,arrived parlors ,corn t ,North
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IWPEM1MS; ABOUT TOWN. Guess -the ''band-'Willlhate. ,Jto furnish COL. ROGERS AND THE FAIR. I

, .'j ,MI8C' 'SARA. ; E ELIZABETH .HARRIS.. in',Ueu of a ,playhouse. The, following letter Co" *
F. Rgers explains Jtself s ,
Editor. '
f. :Cc .Mr., and. Mrs, : Robert. Winter andchildren Lynne Fla. Oct. 3, 1906.

have gone to St.. Petersburgto To the Editor. Ocala Banner: Robust Women Who Owe Their Restored Health andUsefulness

tJii-- >,nnie;: Va'.d'ejfcuter. cf, Gakfstille spend, several weeks at .that';de:- V. The 'impresska 'Laving gone out

!!1.kCtbe city ;the g>est' bf'.het lightful resort that .I would act, as commisisoner to Pe=ru=na.

brother,; Mr/George, : K;,.Robinson fora -- for Marion: county at the approachingstate I _

few .days. Mr and Mrs:> Charles A. Marks of fair" at Tampa, I beg: hereby to

Ocala the to : Read the Letters of Gratitude
city ona visit announce that I respectfully declineto
: sy iM
; f Mrs. W..,4:..Byrne} who, has for .the Mrs. Starks' parents,. Mr. and Mrs. T. undertake the hereculian task From Women Who

.pisi, three winters. been, to Ocala. has B. Ellis, sr. -:Gainesville Sun. to win for: Marion .county

returned for 'thIs winter"and is againatayfug necessary Have Been BenefitedBy
she deserves and meritS The
with' 'Mrs,-:C, J, Phillips The' Pasco .county grand jury' .,.onThursday' Hartman's ifV
apathy; and indifference of so manyof Dr.
found'a true, bill against

Mr. J} E. Stevens "on :' of Crystal John. Burton for tne murder .of Mr., : ,the ,leading citizens of the. countyis Advice.A # viIJ Vst
the cause of this decision. -r hereby -
River's prosperous ,merchants/ pass.1 R. J2. WisharC late of this city. h'YVZ
withdraw the: J50.00 I subscribed
ed through Ocala Saturday on his i .
for the. ,county, .I much prefer that Multitude of Such Letters
way home after a' yisit to his parents I 'Merchant Rip Van Winkle, of this SS i'

at Tori McCoy.' 1 city, is expected to wake up one of j Marion' county would make no contest Are Received Every Year.A .

'! these mornings, and discover that 1 thanto 'go In hampered and obstructed -

Mr. :JG\\ 'C. 'Cr m has.purchased l the October is. here and all his competitors and fail to.get *hat rightfully TYPICAL LETTER.Mrs. .

IlJgh 'Miller home, 'now, occupied, 'bybirCharlesiatheWs have begun their fall'advertising and meritoriously: : belongs to, her. <;'; ?J1SeEt'{. ? ??.;.a+.>;JSrjl? rvk -
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and. as.saonas.Mrst Whatever ,action the scanty' cra bfcsloners'iriay {.tr: CniOy: yY" V {:: rl
: .Carry Peduzzi,Lins tad,K.Dak, '
Mr. G D who has
in the
Mathews moves Mr. Crum, and Hogan recently have .taken- premises : i ?v+

'family tail refide in '''said1 home ,. '" moved. ,tp Ocala. from Dunnellon. ,after .It left.Ocala' Tuesday evening writes"/take: pleasure< la telling you that ?'JjY2.X2,,. ,..i XYV: ;:xr'+::4a s :':r V...':,v:k w+
4 c!* '"': ;t.- : :. ., '' has, purchased' the home of' Mr. B.. H.eymour ... .will not,change my' .decision... through your: wonderful medicine I \

Lits.W-S... Durst returned Saturdayfrom :$ !n't, northern part of the 'Vert truly' yours, am entirely cared of catarrh of the'.tomllt1J i:,::: agip '."jj:.,Yh: 'S:)?:G SCki,.(!L,) r F t ?C' .4n k ',}' -
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4 Green Springs;, whre'le; has 4\ etty" ri' ?: '. V R.FROGERS.. .. and pelvic organs., c.1J: .
"I Was so rundown. on account of I r: p !?: Kv.- bx,2 ? vf'}
'beeapendinr th ,;summ r#=}3ne ,was And no man can Justly blame the i my, Q },., .. ,, ,. .
It takes "Busksbot Williams, the illness that I could no longer attend to : .::}: }, ;:! ;; '' '.? J'JJ'$ tYt. ,''* .7
*bi Petersburg a, pap!, the time; Colonel for refusing to shoulder theiVfonsibiliiy housework. F ., y\,.S: : s. -
I could eat
my not or +'\ ,'Q..n 'f : 3f
: j 3 .
OcalaHo :
,,, ? ..and"i a \cry yell pleased 'wIth that pular' :conductor. on ; e"! ? ; of 'getting :nip.. an ex sleep and had terrible pain back Q..iir au ?, .. 'l!" w.a::i

< part. ('to-if'11 fair &t te.'f- ( > 't t :..mosassa run pt the A. C; ,Lo, spot ;jtiWt! .when, .as .he.. ,Says; ,many of'.our. ."! took Pernn and in five months I z y
: >
,. ;::- couple,. He has never
nI .. I t -way, leading. .:. ,people, refuse. to aid in the was well. I have n felt so well.lor.a

"' The briCK' .curbing! that" Rider iaaRobertson :;been'kndwn", ; make a, wild guest xrork. He has already' '*' expended long time

.; is having, built in front of ': ." e' considerable i time'agd money in "I wish everyone who Is sick would
< We'afe"pleased to note In the Dannellon '
his Fort King 'avenue property is preliminaries, thinking that at the take Peruna and thus recover: their -
Advocate that two of Ocala'fprmer t IJNSTADaDAK. (
beginning to look real citified. Too proper time he would have the sup- Us : ,' V VV
merchants. are putting 'addi "I have Pernna in the house con
bad, more,of:QurJ&Uzens .d.o)tot take.. .merits. '
totheir pifrt wh\ehthe>earspWe
dons of business' in .
= places tinually. I thank you for all that you

the--same -interest, -in their'- ...,property.. '''- -<' that" ty\ ;,.HaIry: tSalberg-.andJ". ttr M--also f* "' tM-u.rne'with< .-E .*-.4..him* when-lie have done for me." :, ,, II i III uI ; ,i' ea I
that we aad better no'be represented ; $
3 Mrs.,C. M, Brown, Jr., who.has; been .<. Castel. says A Medicine of Merit.
at th fair than not be placed -
: :"" "'" Miss
Katie A..
: : 'awar all summer,-visiting at:different < < .t'-' 1706 Prentice
*V iv "'-r '"iMr has returned in cur true light before the many .
more recently. 'at. *lobnJW.4 Peayson. Btreet,'Louisville,Kyn writes:
;t points, and. ? Ashe- t-- -
fro.Il'a sutnmer's Harrison. people who Trill attend the fair.It Ms ,has been
returne ; : trWrto my experience so
ffyule N. C., yester -
; | $ Tflle: ,Mo:;the'home-of ihe.mother and is to be regretted that this step 'favorable from the use of Peruaa, I
;day and with :3Ir;:::Browain"occupyitheir ; '' :' 1 vahesltatingly that believe that
street-,other: rel Pea s n is still seen ed necessary by those i in a posinn ,
new homo on'Fourih : It Is a medicine of unquestioned merit "

- Miami Metropolis. .. ;', ..': I in. Missouri: the guest.' Tof. he' \.daughter +* to help along such a worthy for all the Ills that we women suffer
Mrs Gr. D. Wright at sCJ and t cause. from.

Dr. J;(G; Baskin, of Dunneflon. wa i ,;TfilL\: 'retufn'liome later.. V 'M!,.: Pearson **I find that strengthens and infuses

: : \ in'.the city- yesterday- on business. He stopped over on his way /home! at The Wheeler Home.The new life into the system, and
homestead of the late noted whenever I feel rundown
old or oyer-tired,
his white Gainesville,. Ga., where hisdaughter 3r:
jhfs ':experiments with ,
says a few doses of Perun,'ill'
Gen. Joseph Wheeler, at strengthen
fly exterminator have been very en- :Uis: Alta, is attending Brenau" :Female Wheeler me'again.* I';
t -* Station. fourteen miles west of Decatur -
couraging-,-'arid he 1$. now working, on. college. He oris'Yiss', :;Alta found friend
railroad a hi Need-Pe-ru-na.
Ala., on the Southern ,
: a plan by ,which, tb-'put; the solution very well pleased with She :school.and lira. Florence t 4jtJ
is jirt now the center of attractionfor JUtkene,1104 Front Stlf: ; VV1OLE04OKEi4

_ .on"+i'the market.. ... :T.? surroundings. .. /. the friends of the cavalry leader.A Toledo,Ohlo,writes:.
"Pcrana cared me of catarrh of the
RESOLUTIONS OF daughter of the late general was
Invitations have, been received In uterus. took about tear bottles when ; )

' thi\:{; dty'' tc the marriage of ,Mr. The fon wIIg'res'l tlQns were last nianied Tuesday at the afternoon.Hn old homestead. on bottles I noticed cured aa me.improvement and five
Fretlerc'" fharles -Kramer, ,, jr.. to Miss,' adopted by the King's Daughters m >ca the death of General Wheeler "I4o not .know what I would hare America Is the Land of Nervous BASK ,

Ella RolfHo have been residing
his daughters -
Y ff1j.'i r.,.Kra-ber: is eaptaU i of the William C. Lindsay Peruna, for I was in a terrible state. --.;;:::;. .
the old -home at Wheeler sUatl n.Surro.mding The majority of women are nerrona ,.a
is. l" Lees n rg jifit' end has many f".en.1s Whereas, .our faithful and devoted '"1 bad pains all ,over: and was cross Mis* Ann* McGinn,161 Plain street,
from form of
the station is the vast they suffer acme
1:. C'tih, who_ Rig join,, ua ii' ices; president, Mrs: William C. Lindsay, and Irritable. I was losing hope of ever pelvic caUrrh. Providence,R.I.,write t
has left us for another field of work, Whetter estate, comprising some 20- being well again.. "I wish to let you know of the good s

"ib: 'i do .. wish to :000 acres cf the finest cotton lands. 'J alll to-
we hereby express our The Wheeler home is, one 'of the for nJae months I cannot tell is that they do not understandthat
.down "I had what -
the doctors
Mr., Yte D. Emlnlzr came heartfelt thanks for her untiring zealand called heart
most beautiful spots in north Ala- jfoattow happy I feel, tot you will catarrh is the main score of their trouble.
I had been
from. Sparr yesterday for' a..short stay labor in the cause in which;.she koow. Illness. doctoring for ft ,
lina. The house is a large frame year before I tried Peruna."I .
.,, with Eis ,,family, who--\are. here .that was engeged while with us. Although !structure of 'ant -bellum design. It "Parana the beet medicine on earth. Women who are in doubt as to their got. bottle of your your Peroc and

,the dasghteriY attend'o r exfcellent she will 1 be' greatly missed,, we- know ")(.1 llcsbaDd la now taking it and I ailments should write to Dr. Hartman, after a week' nae of It I
furnished its began to feel
; :is handsomely and
' z' Jr r school He says be Relieves she. will 'be .,a faithful and efficient! will always keep Pernna in my house. President of The Hartman Sanitarium, better. I could not eat
works of ,sleep,or work,
contain costly
the Spar district, will_ vote against, worker m -the new field' or,anf ,placein II walls, many "Pernaa ii"the beat friend J em had.Itemed ColumbusOhio,who will give their letters but 1 have'at Jut found that the medi
the house Is a
art. Surrounding me.
: ,the J1dm mouth'selectioL which her lot may be cast,' and prompt attention, without charge.; I cine'thAt will cure me is Peruna."
of oaks under whose
large grove :
,' ,:; we hearti1y're ori men'd, h'er' to the
." branches armies camped during the -
rtn. ,Daughters: wherever shemay
w7 bettentaown a? : war bet ten the states. Pointers From the Atlanta Journal.
ll Marthv
> ."_ Mr. .' *' -" be.. We 'wish for her a bright, future "ntmmrltmr1lfltrmlfttntmrnfltfltfnntrnrlttm11fftflll 1 1 1 1 1i
Wer StanleystoPFed- overIn. Within the grove is a.large. spring, I
k and that we- may all meet her,in the
Saturday his way ,from Pine which furnishes water for the trainson
Ocala Palace of the King; The Cuban flag is still flying and so
i River. Since disposing of the Southern railroad,, On acocunt New Goods. New -
to Crystal Resolved that these resolutions be are the Cuban patriots.All _- People. ; ;
the ersta1 ;River New of this spring .the station was called -
his Interestin published inthe' daily papers the the same it must be acknowledged -, '
giving', his entire: attention ,.to Pond Springs in former years but I .
: x he Is Bannerand; the Star, and also spreadnpori : that Taft is as weighty as he P New Prices. rv

the Alabama :hotels of which enterprise the minutes of the st'Cretary'sbooks later was named Wheeler in honorof is heavy. ::-- -" -- '., r'I'

ae Is i making-quite:'a success, Gen. Wheeler Gen. Wheeler lived Oyster Bay can now the .. .
:of the King's Daughters in resume
r > :: '- 1 ". '. = .
at this old home for
many years.
habit of the boxes
His name. on goods .
Mr. Jake Brown has. Just retum'e4'from Aside from being a great soldier, =_= !
? r. and 'whittling. = "'".J.. ..WHEN IN TOWN visrrv.
(Signed) '
the eastern markets where he and he was known: '':-; : "
statesman lawyer, == ,3
We.don't. object to annexing ,Cub
4 looking ,MRS._ C. L .BITTINGER.'MRS .
: has been for" _some 1nties'in weeks the grocery H C."GROVES. as a kind.neighbor and a loving father. but 've shall draw the color line at THE NEW STORE ;f. .:f. '" '
ovfrhepewest, '
MRS. W. J. CHAMBERS San Domingo. V IT
'line, and the patrons of the Teapot'may .
Gould is now probably o. :
rest assured that If there is MRS. S. Av STANLEY For Sate. V

'under the 'Sun", in the MRS 'N. I. GOTTLIEB. Forty acresof fine land near Or. opposed to the whole 'scheme of Chinese ".

- anything. "new MRS. T. H. WAILIS, ange Springs Marion county Fla.. The immigration. Goods :|.
here Shoes
list of edibles they' can be. seen northwest, quarter of. southwest quarter Mrs. Russell Sage indicates that P. Dry Clothing j : -

iD.ate1rd, Section 4. township 12 range %4. ,
'Arranging 'for'the' Barbecue. See the land and make me an offer. she does not propose to -endow the '
The committee appointed by the Address P. C. Alexander Shaw, local bar association.The and Gent's furnishings.
of the .
Mr Alfred F. Abrams Miss 5-l8-3nu
!' ,the city Saturday board. of trade 'to arrange, the details ---- limelight 'shifted from Roose- :
Heraldwas in ; 3
'Tayares i> ; '.,aid Bannetfan.appredated for the barbecue to b4 given In :thiscity velt to Bryan and now it has circled P
juid on' the 17th the'occasion of SEABOARDAIR round from Bryan to Hearst.
call.. If e says he has not yet '
anti-administration ammunition the laying of the comer stone,. have When President Palma comes to i i7Ae; ; S
L fired all the V
which he has been storing held, at meeting and 'decided on plans LINE RAILWAY New York he ,Will think that the Cuban ,2jC/Lobe. _

for the big feast. revolution. has gotten there first
The half page cartoons,appear; -
'up.t "committee estimates that There Is going to be a conventionof "
The ,
Herald for the past r :
in the 'c. '
tog "
_ 'sltf' in there will be three thousand .- strangers $11.95 Atlanta, Ga, and return. Tick weather men in Atlanta ,soon, and -

weeks have created quite a; in theveityronthat day, but In:'order ets on sale October 9..and. 10, we shall have all kinds-in a few hours E Next to McIver & McKay's. $

r= certain quarters. to get at the number more accurately with final .limit Oct. 29. Exten- A man an have a free jag with free: ::: .

'q rJobn"'S., Pedricrcame!. ;inf atur- they have written the postmastersall sion available to Oct. 30. alcohol but the, .funeral expenses. will jllJi1l1jil! !!''ll1lili11l11ljlljlljlljl1jllj! I 1 jl II'' !jl1ll'll"J! !"1

over the county asking them to $20.70 Memphis Tenn.,; add return be just as-heavy: ,as with the other, .
; x fromMartin.wher| beJlVsuperlatendfngltiie _._
da Tickets 'sale:Octtober 15r 16, e .
.on 17 ---- "
{ construction'Cf'i Jtram- give as nearly as possible the num tndE .

: sheds etc. for the Crosby ber of persons from their communities and 18, with final limit Oct. 36. If. the railroads would only remember : c----, ...-' .i*,.,* .,.-.... ..,.."1. -. .
"ways They now have who will be here on the occasion Extension: available to Nov., 20{ that old. German proverb "He ;

Lumber Company. r ., 21.15 .New Oorleans, I.., and return. who builds on the public.'highway' H. RORI SON, .pre.. '
railway laid anbready \ S. H. BUTCH Jt: ''nnlRD f
three miles of t Mgr. A. .. M9f
and "'puTCha2ed from Th% committee consists of Messrs. Tickets on sale October 12 to 15, must let; the people have their say," GEO. J. BUTCH Teui,. ,-.. ',

for busiriessu C. Crom C.' 'L BUtinger. and S. inclusive, with final limit Oct. 30 The -government"will .soon have -
the Ocala iron Works. a..narrow.-- gaub Q. ; : '
'usedToii the< old- Florida.-South-- :tRa,fs. ;A better working team Extension available to Nov. 30. another ..collection of blunderbusses
engine "
the Atlantic Coast. would be hard to,find and the board $34.25 Rock Island, IlL and return. ot the vintage of .IjOQ .if. it offers to The Sh'uLT"ld the
em railroad now. :
: nothing Tickets o .sale October 6, 1an'd8with of the t;
," Ltae. from .Palatka tto"JudQD BrooksrtlleY: '1 nay. i 1.est' assured that will buy the arms Cubans again."Doubtless
: final,,limit Oct 16.
'nthe the administration sent
;- S. Williams returned tlome: J ,eo-i1>!es.Jo! e big* feast. $34.40 Dallas, Tex.., and return. Tick. Funston ,with. Taft instead. of Shatter '

Saturday from 'his snmmet-racndo. ets on sale Oct. 6, with final limit for fear: that. the United States would COMMERCIAL BANK ,I

which:he spent In New York state.'Part Chamberlain's Cough Remedy One of 21 ,days from date of.,sale. tip :up, ,once the two heavy weights ,

rf t>a time he; .:.. with jbis the Best on the' 'Market .Seaboard Ale 'Line Jacksonville to were off, ,

," daughter airs Locke. > *V,;'Marcellus!' -,< For .Remedy many'years has constantly Chamberlain'sCough gained Old Point Comfort .Ocean View, One J beauty about the Cuban disarmament OCALft\ ; n ;t, _h _

-r v.- aid then,with another daughter, Dies; in favor.and popularity until it Is now Cape Henry, Virginia Beach, plan is that a patriot can ,

_ ; Lobenstine' in 'Nev: York city",. The one .of the most, staple medicines In Portsmouth' ,_. ,<.Va....., and Moorehead sell .any old flintlock for $75.and buya .
--" 0'
,.: jsdge ,as s' he (eels 'rested 'up after use and has enormous sale. ,It.Is'Intended .--9..C1tr.-and-tetum.-$15.5O'' KragJorgenson: and lots of .amnjunitlon. } Has Uppn ;/Public Confidence is Evidenced .

Alit trip/and '' prepared to take especially for acute' throat andtung' Washington l D, C; $22.6i p ckets on ., *"
t 1
_ / $ now ,
,diseases, such as coughs colds : :
: by and
: "op' his official duties: as;United,States and croup/and can always be depended sale at""Jacksonville" Jonly, :' '. The .numbers of lawyers la New ,. : ;: Increasing t r

_ coasBslseioner' this :district. And' 'upon. .It is ,pleasant' and eafa to .Jnow'Dozier-Agent; Ocala; WV W. York.. who'.have.;.no! been employed "

'a*,he. has" been, absent' severalmonthso take .and .is undoubtedly:the best tn 'Gordon, ""City Ticket:AgenCOcak. by Thaw-.seem:tobe: as" small. thenumbercl Business. if

f the market for the. purposes t which Fla? Lacksonrife,1Ia C. -DoYlst iA.G; : ;'P. 1.' girls who
doab_t,the_ ,)8\a :q ) busl- it.;ia:--intended// Sol lblt alb ifdruggists '. '- : "' chorus' don'tknow : '. -

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In oncf If :Uot1o, n: >1. 4Th II.arno days; like the.too F : .jj. .11" Ii ,.

old, days" writes :Eugene Field in one -- oVts' Tie 'tit..v ,. Wfl\\11'M <

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: of' and-he
smelancbo11.mood3"- goes -
; : -
Pretty,' Description ,of'', )he: Grahd, ,Old: 'Thchcal, ditor. '. on, through, jotter" ;; ".stanzas. to tell ,ns i. f : \mt.koM .ft'tCi.\iowvl -
that" '
re old
: are BO girls like .the .
Hudson's Scenery-TheSeason.s, .
girls;.W'boys. like*the 'old bovs-and' .._ _

Popular, PIaysr Etc \ .:f. .if. .:f. no lore Uke-tie old j toresREAUSMIN 1 Everymant .; ,;:;: :: ;, :,'\!% '\1(1iobC1 C\ ; ; ,

thinks this after he reaches
4" and'Th; n'lction way grows, stronger as w..r_, agqv._.. '.. w. ,.c, ,,<..- .. ,.. .- ... -.- ,. ...-..-,...
.. .Nee Oct, 41 t9Q6. j J5st beyond uses, Anthony's Nose ; < d C %tit '
1'TYork; >a; ; ; [ : the ears.lnereasa., ,. i>,zcl}, of : G.t\: S' _
To:.theaOtla 'Banner;1 *, "f and other lesser .Mountains.4r! /** :4 5* poetrPtba' woirid'9wes* -|ltspOP\1Jar'7 f i : ; .

-Probably no'river,in' the'5 world'ls Theday; 'was warm, clear,an L'S\JJi ify to'' fthl expression1 l t oP this senty :
shiny and the color tints : i in the famous Pied
on the tobacco
so rich in beautiful scenery and his went: surh poems, for instance as Three ways are used by farmers grown

,toffplacesa"sStheHudion.. :: .-- :: 'f' river: .,,. dlsf, __ ..: a mountains igh\ worth, :valley seeing.. "and 40r the -.river' ,was** "The turn Bickvfrd Old Oaken t Bucket.Time'in.," Backward,'>Your for curing and preparing their tomon region, requires and takes less; -

covered by the intrepid and daring The legends and traditions tiieHudsofl market sweetening than tobacco la .
of ght." and hundreds of others in bacco for the ; namely, sun grown _

Hendrick Hudson.iii. '1609,, the river have. been' "made 'immortal' ; in- similar vein. All of the old songs so cured, air cured and flue cured. any other section pf the United StatesThe .t

being.,,name4.. for its"dts overer. The sOIlgand..story'bT- Washington Irving, much loved by people Jn, middle life, wholesome
'* the "Genius: of. 'Sunnyside." whose old'and cheap way is called air and Jias stimulating, '
source of this beautiful river is near such as "My Old! Kentucky Hinie.
I the center oft- the-. Adirondack,". 'moun- home was'at, famous Tarrytown. fur: ,'The S wan lee- River,'* and "Twenty cured; the later discovery and imjuicy, full tobacco taste that satisfies ,:

V talns.. ,ter"up! At Poughkeepsie the river.: are' located 'Vassar Years Ago" are: Some'off, the catagory. proved waY' is called flue cured. tobacco hunger. That's why chewersIn
Their is to ,the. and '
Hudson river and and the Eastman business' col -pemory flue the tobacco taken prefer Schnapps because Schnapps r
The : :velley was ; ; a large part of our pleasures are curing ,

the scene, of' many: a struggle at different lege. At the former Miss Frances solely of recollections.. ,It will be dif from the fields and racked jn barns cheers more than any other chewing :
Anderson, of Ocala is -a.., bright student _
times during'the 'war, difficult to convince: an aged farmer: and that's chewers
between especially, built to retain heat and tobacco, why of
that the days not to be
: pioneer are
the' colonial 'and the British forces. '. \ -." ,
preferred, to those ebuilint tims of there subjected to a continuous high Schnapps pass good thing along "
The Hudson;,river day line:runs two, Henry B. Irving; son of the 'lateSir :
Notwithstanding the rash
progress. makes other
the directo chewer
elegant steamers between New; York Henry Irving,, made' his American telephone temperature, produced by
ing trolly car the noisy ,
and Alban i. debut at New: Amsterdam theatre in the busy rural carrier-and other conveniences heat. of flame, heated flues which until the fact is established that ;

On Tuesday we' made the' trip up this .city Monday night, and 'won for of, this age, your oldtimer brings out in the tobacco that there are more chewers and more :

the river as far;as' Poughkeepsie. goinj : himself and company the hearty approval sighs with regret: for the days when .
I 'of the American 'public. As stimulating taste and aroma that pounds of .tobacco chewed to the
that' the New York"
: tO., place ,on mail came. only once a month when ,
and returning ,to' the'city' on"the "Al the tyrant of, ,Rimln"Paola and Fran the only' convenience was the road expert ,roasting develops in green population in states where Schnapps .f

bany"' making close connection at cesca"he,was a pronounced sJ1cces.His i cart, when harvest lasted for weeks, coffee. These similar give tobacco is sold than there are in.,..
Poughkeepsie: i resemblance to his lamented fatheris : I when wheat was cat with a cickle processes '
These steamers are built entirely said to, be .so remarkable as to be ,and threshed with 'a flalL Girls were to both tobacco and coffee the cheerthose states where Schnapps has not ;

for ;summer tourist travel and carry almost uncanny. A critic In the New t much 'more. "'modest in"those days. he ing and stimulating quality that popyet been offered to the trade '

no freight; 'They have fine orchestras;; York Mail says that the beetle brow, i will tell you more industrious and their' A of is '
ularizes use. loc. plug Schnapps more ;
handsomely. ,furnished restaurants, the firm, tight lips the concentratedvision ;I obedient, and made' finer ", ourtln'"
and\;everything 'possible is :Arranged' ; the .lean, furrowed. .. cheeks; :and better wives. There were no The quality of tobacco depends' economical than a much larger ion

for ,the'' pleasure:;and comfort' of the the figure of singular: suppleness and :I divorces no abandoned husbands,and much on the curing process and the plug cheap tobacco. Sold at 500.
The grace; the odd .,mannerism of armsand i Ii farmers never locked their doors
Vaiwe&ger? view of the magnifl-
cent scenery for >.... d. Hudson is hands-and' the 'sad sombrequalities when they went visiting. Nobody kind of soil that' produces it, as ex- per pound in 50. cuts. Strictly 10 -

tamed. is delightful to ,the eye. of voice are the same as .feared thieves nor charged for entertainment pert tests prove that this flue cured ,and 15 cent plugs. ;:

From the river .:'spl nded view is his father., i and the latch strinf war

:obtained i of 'Grant's tomb;, pn Riverside His wife. Miss' Dorthea Baird takes always hanging out

drive and :of tue.. Columbia Uni- the part of "Francesca," the other Alas,! The "good old times'! are R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY WINSTON-SALEM N. C.' .
two principal characters being Hag ,, :
yersity buildings. Grant's c tomb is C always in the past the bag of ;old

_ t 1W feet high and .cost-$600,000-which court Williams :as "Paola"nd May is always at the: end of the rainbow -' ---.,- -- '- -- ,-- -
'was raised by popular s bs rfption. I Hargreaves as the wonderful kinswoman .and the land .of promise: is ever, on are Just tae tame as far a3 h affections

The remains of General Grant and : of the' tyrant. the other side of the mountain. It is are concerned; just as capable

rs 'hl< 'wife', the:: 'crypt -under, the I At ,the conclusion :of the, pertormalice men and women, of course, who of love and friendsaip, devotion and
dome. Mr. Irving responded' to, the make the good times or bad times, elf'sacritice. But we could not have

The Palisades on the New Jersey .1 many curtain fall$ with a .briefspeech and men and women remain substantially the poets to cease to sing or the

coast are perhaps the, most wonder, thereby still further captur- the same. at all times .and in all :tory-uritcrs to tell of "the good pMdays.

f 1 'th1 1:8;' 'O'.b$ seen on::this inter ug"bls audience ages. The environments change! ; .** Almost unconsciously and despite

'esting-trip.! They begin!! ,'at'Fort Lee John Drew in "His House in' Or nhysical features alter" ;' things. made of all evidence ,to the contrary, Bilious ?
a;, and form the 'western wall of the der'* is playing to big'' houses. Miss with, hands niultiply but the boys; ..w e find oiii-pelyes agreeing with them.

rier..tor ten ,miles. 'The Palisades I Margaret niington being his, leading the girls the love. of which the poets Even though we may.rrithout the

'are or -,rqugh,',basaltic) rock with a support. By many this is regarded sing :so plaintively, are not .different o1J days they talk about, we ca.'l11ot' "The, only sure: cure fogy ..4

prt'clptlous'troni.- their .attitude varying as one of the 'finest shows in ,New in the new days from,what they were dispense with. the soascs that, sing of :>constipation and Biliousness -,

from ,350 feet -to;-!|5Q feet. This York but to us it seemed too sombre in the old. Interview the boys of our heau These, at least are indispens- that is pleasant, natural

immense gray wall of dock,,half bare; : and lacking in energetic, action, :times. and you will learn from them ,a ible to our happiness; these coast ,and safe is
of trees! 'andV.aimost uninhabited tone s One of the. strongest ,and best showsthat I r .'.*. too rids ot' the day'a're .quite .ut'e tbe precious treivtres of mem-

of the"-"country's.'natural:; 'wonders..1 we have witnessed, is ."Mizpah" satisfactory Ii'will be 'difficult to :pry -wiifcout which 1'fe is hardly

? ... We passed Stony Point the Southern .I at the Academy of Music. It-was convince a modem loTe-Etcitten swain :worth, the arins.: T:*: 'Y soften thutcnse '
Gateway of .thV 'Highlands.. Mithon7a'nose .,. wirtteu bj Ella Wheeler Wilcox, that they toned any, harder la, back- vratticailsm ot the present Rl/PILaLS 1

; \Vest/Point., ; the light.. from whom only: lofty. thoughts ever: woods times than in the ase: ot: !;te3\r. :l eaven hard fasts:with sentimentand AND TONiC PELLETS '

__1 ( : house and-,Old Crp',Nestt the Stormy karate, and, Luscombre Searelle, cars and traction, se'f.binders and duce ciery Iran and,vuman in hour,
King/and' .Nev.;burgh Stony. Point Is and ts, Banded, pa: tie biblical ,stpryof electric: fans. ]u.. times ttese bogs of tIJITOt exp!' '!, theheartfsH! The Pills stir the lazy liver to f

famous Jn.lh'e" history; x>f' the rejoin- Estner; It 'is .a picturesque; yftoo I i will grow old and be saytab that nisi that they :might ba made a cilMagain action-the TcnicPelbts clean r
Lion'as is also.4J"-ta en, cf NeTb r:; sf the h.isVest moral tona and is ato$t I the rear 197i/ $ not to be compared "jvst forStarving tonih"E ,

General Washington having had iis uplifting aci: lapisg. Tie 1a 4-I' to il-e Viessa-t, *feosy* ther tgsttt: away .-...... .-.- .. impurities out of the body, W
headquarters there, from April 183 ins' characters of Anastirask king of i. tack, 'In. ,19C&, Dasyite. all other to Death. so that the liver and all the '
,to August 1783, The building used Persia. Haman Mordecai Vashti and Eia.g8.. i$3 :! zwrarj: operates: 535 J Because her stomach was so weakened U

_ by General Washington is now maintained Esther are taken by Charles Dalton !arljf .in every iadifidual and,,it Is that could: by not useless eat Mrs.drugging Mary H. that Walters she other organs act properly. l 11 j.'

_ as a museum and contains Frank' Losee, Edward Mack Ionian a!<.e chic coojursa: up ti9) del 1ghts of St. Clair Strtt. O.. wa Uterilt* //
1 ;', many valuable. historic. article?. At Lamson and Elizabeth .Ken:e!!, of "the. good old days The aed starving to death. She writes:. '"My
'.t. Newburgh" .is'' also' 'the '"Tower', whose' delineation of their parts live. in the past; youth looks forward stomach was so weak from useless No Griping -

Victory" erected to commemorate could: not be improved 'upon The to the future. A kindly fate softens drugs that I could not eat, and my No Purgingjust
nerve so wrecked that I could not
-. 'tlie'victoroua"'djsbandment{ tbf"'the, 'Scn rr and costuaies. -are quite.'go r,' the .outlines pf..liajplcess jn .the Ions sleep: and not before I was given up
American army geous and are exactly as, .were wgrn ago and throws a u o around .thin;? to': die was I induced to try Electric '
__ -- *The entrance to the highlands' is in those days. ; '' pleasant while, 'obliterating the disa Bitters;' with the wonderful result a natural and' easy ..,

.. picturesque. beyond Imagination... ., On- Annie Russell as "Puck" in a, bit i. ?reeab'.o.. Love is, always young and: a that complete improvement cure followed.began at Best once health, and common-sense which Treatment ? ;

'-'- ,,.., one .side' ', .Thunder. mountain whileou" J summer Night Dread and 'Eleanor the recollections of it partake of the ionic on earth. 50 cents. Guaranteedby never falls : f :
,> '! _,the other Is Manitp,. both more .Robson .in "Nurse. Marjorie" are also same deathless qnaHty. The mother ot Tydings &: Co. druggist. m to cure i
than .one thousand feet ,highand! ,making .bhits! in New York. ... the elder time did not love hr offspring :- -
A satisfied customer is the best adanl Special ,Offer.
t : -
v more tenderly than the mother
vent < xnd satisfaction is not
,"; 3' c .., of the progressive present, but mellowing only our aim but our guarantee. Try Cut the"Little Doctor"* out. band
f .> .* p fa Destroy White Fly. Hotels, Promise Fair Play memory make It seem 'as if the White House shoe; spring ,styles mail to us, with the
_ {- r far men and women just arived. The name of your druggist and i'.
she did. We do not .
appreciate it at fair. i
< 'being .. ---- --- youmayhaveaWeek'sTreat'ment
:4Claims are made'that certain Jacksonville hotels are makingelaborate the trae! but when it is gone forever :- -' ; : : = + ot the Fills and Pelletsith
.fungi, Renown as the ''broYt"1.the. ,preparations to handle the we recall it with the saddening hush EXCURSION' RATES VIA our compliments. ,
visitors who are: expected to attend that brings the
.., "redplnk.. will destroy. the.', larvae, 'of, the 'carnival weeping mood There ATLANTIC COAST: LINE. Ramon's Brownie Calendar-Fre
November 5, 6
7. 8. 9 are "Old Kentucky Homes" Just as
+ t'11.33 Atlanta Ga. Tickets sale
the white on
fly, and it in with
keep check. Weather Forecasts and
Almanac inf
and 10., An un t on. Gives with
agreement first
.. been attractive now as the one that stirred October'9 and 10 final limit Oct. purchase of Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic :your
'.The best method of Introduction is made them Pellets. '
maintain the
to low rates, emotions of simple-hearted,Steven 20, Extension of limit to Oct. 30 Brown
said to bQj to. purchase small trees,infested assuring those, who come from various Foster. The banks of the Suwanree may be'obtained.. ; St. Louis Manufacturing Mo. Gr.*n*
with' the fungus transplant parts of the state and surrounding river.still contain hamlets !In which $11.95 Atlanta* tins Tickets. on sale For Sale by Tydings & Co., Ocala Florida.

t ,., ttera'to buckets.or,.pots-,and suspend country that no ill-advantage ;RIDbe' : the "Old Folks at Home". await the Oct. 19, 20., I land. 22, final limit"

jjhem in the trees, ,In the grove, so taken of them because of their[ return of wanderers with a longingas Oct_ ,'30. Extension of limit to '
*that.the fungus will spread to the lacc'of information the city. Someof Inten as that :which inspired the< 'Nov.. 15' may be obtained. n

.leaves of the grove. It is declared: the hotels are remodeling, increasing sentiment of the immortal plantation $15.10 Birmingham, Ala. Tickets osale 'Ocala House'Wine :;

.strongly that this is 'a complete remeJyj capacity. and installing new fur dirt}. 'Q.ct')4 and 15. Final limit Rooms.I: !

W. ft of Brandon niture. The restaurants expect to It ts useless to preach to the livingS Oct.21, Extensionto NOT, 21 maya ,
'has handed the Times, some' literatureon do a thriving business. neritioa that the present is be obtained. \ I I:);:

/ \he''subject, and we understand l best time. It has all the Joys of the $37.40 Dallas, Tex. Tickets on sale -- TRY. OUR

,I him to 'endorse the Introduction and Democratic State Convention In 'Massachusetts past 'with many more not possibl Oct. 6 and T with final limit 21 ,

y .use of these' fungi There Is no before lie age of comforts and '(' n'eniences days from date 'of sale; OLD

.doubt" about 'the, damage to the excellence Special to the Ocala Banner; \ brought by invention andimproveueuts. $23.75 Richmond, Va, Tickets on sale 0LLEGHAN .
:and ,appearance of, the fruit Boston Mass, Oct. 6.- The democratic .. But we cannot realize September 29 and SO with final

: In the groves Infested by the white: state convention assembled in or appreciate; them and slrh for Umit .Oct 8.. .
-J \'fly and It is pretty well established Themont Temple with.a full rep re- what is gon before.The time to b e $34.43 Rock Island III. Tickets on sale 'J

i that spraying Js' 'comparatively ,.lit' sentation. from every county in the be. happy as now; the place to b e Oct. 6, 7 and 8, final limit to PURE RYE.pPut
tie' effect. old Bay State., Zee strife Is pronounced harpy is here* assert the philosopher I leave Rock Island Oct. MK .
,,! There are' several peculiarities In caused by the 'Moran candi.dacy ; but notwithstanding its constant inertion .I $21.15 New Orleans, La, Rate of one ;; .' .
;:: the literature vrith, which the orange which has greatly distressed men and women fail to extrac I fare plus 25 cents on sale October ; :- : t

iir 'f1nb'SectlOn' is being! flooded. One and even'.frightened the conservatives honey from the flowers while still I 12 to 15. inclusive with final 7 up 4 ull Qts '

.Of them,ia the Announcement of an tor Moran, is surely the death's .heajat bloo..fag and'resort to memories o t I limit Oct 'sV. Extension to ,No-

insecticide for fumigation which will, the feast. Their hope, is ,tn DoUg.Iasw the dead: past that recalled d i %ember 31. may be obtained.' in
and although but which $28:S t. Louis,, Mo. Rate Fancy :Cartoons
.. ill the, white fly and its larvae, but he has said- that a melancholy plea of 'one tarpins' e ,
.is harmless to' the beneficial fungi, he would not run ,again they- hope to re in rerciniscense. And it is a ver I 25 cents. Tickets on salE' :

ly ; fi 1}As the ..P!' lpalbatance u*e j, Is i persuaded him to undertake the race real pleasure, too,. though based ,upon' ,October 14' 'and 15, limit leavingL S, : Delivered at ::
( t )i ;,Thydrocyanicacid gad,1t:is difficult to a second: time in. .order to relieve defective logic and a false 'Pl'03pectire" El, Louis, OctQber 20, Extension . your .
n ',' conceJye'any .form(of'escaping its de;* them from what. they regard as an The pioneer child got 'as much ct Umlt 10 :.October 30' may be : ': Express Office '

'. structlve,effect. Impending calamity. far however Joy out of Its sawdust, ,doll as the offspring obtained. I. ,.. :
"r However; the fungus method 'Is:well Mr* Djouglaa' has. given no indication of the rich now find. In the 'For 'any Information call- wi ..

|worth trying ,at,.least on: a ,small l that he will reconsider his express: automatic wonders worth a .hundred -'cket' .agent or .J. G. Kirkland.. ,, F .'
L I scale,. '|fH, does 'not ,da', much, ;fd ed detenninatfolnof. to, enterfield the. dollars. And who doubts that' ehe I*., P.,'' ...
\ Itt wW not '.cost much; and,U,I n'dclean agahx Moran is defiant and girls in omespun wereas lovely in .ii, ;;. '0,..;...;,.; ,.... .' .

S. .' ..| : : np/the'wb1te'tly'\ 1.>,e ;ver1 strenuous and".claima, he, Winca1'l'l the eyes of the awkward swain? :'Regular $JQO -.
> :-profltahle. If' the promises of Us the convention; by storio.But: '}'a who sheepishly courted them as the iaii' a Quart Whisfeeyrwrite foi .
-.- advocates.)arc vertex bi efpferience; eotiservatlves are. .fightinsf: ,Jwlthhim finest lady of our age-in he;.silks' and by .

-, goner' of'",application ofsthe.; fun- Withdetet 'nattanand'begtn: :-tQ,h ope fatins' bedecked with rare J we13., Iis' _atIoIL-'w*_t"fIIIJ7___ _'_"_ ..r,.a iaa.. Complete Price list, ;: ::5" -
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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. 'For Alderman in the First! Ward. Death of Mr. 'C. C. Sanders. Bob Kennedy Dead. More Property Changes Hands. A Micanopy Marriage. : :

We understand that a petition is After an illness of several weeksof News has been received in Flor- Mr. E. E. Converse owner of ,the Information reached this city yes. -:.'Ot ,

MISS SARA ELIZABETH 'HARRIS, In circulation asking Mr. Marcus hemorragic fever Mr. 'C. C, San. ida of the death of Mr. Bob Kennedy Converse Saw and Planing mill, is terday of the marriage of Henry 1 2

Local Editor. Frank to become a candidate far alderman dens, of Crystal River, died at ,the better known as "Eoaring 13111 Ken doing such a fine business that he; Simpson: of this city. to Miss Kate .

-f in the first ward. Knight house .in this city at 2:30 nedy," which occurred as a result of has found it necessary to increase Mathers daughter of Mr. J. C. Math.

Mr. 'Frank has, been a citizen of oclock Wednesday morning. He 'was Injuries recently sustained in a foot his lumber yards :and for this purpose ers, which occurred at the home of -

'+ii Mr. Nathan May;! of Sumaierfield. this city for the past five or six years sick for some time at Crystal River ball game in Pennsylvania.Mr. has just purchased the property tic bride's another in Micanopy Toes-

was a visitor to Ocala Wednesday. sad during his residence here' has and then brought to Ocala to the hos- Kennedy was formerly a mem- of Mr. J. W. Sanders on South day. The ceremony was performedb

tt; Mrs. R. J. Knight, of Crystal River, taken an active interest in all pub- pital and several days before his ber of the Jacksonville baseball team Third street and Orange avenue, ;* Rev. E.. A. Gray, of the Methodist

i- was shopping In Ocala Wednesday; lic enterprises and commands the death he was moved to the Knight and also of the Jacksonville football which is la close proximity ta his I I churca. .7

J"fllE'ct'of 'the whole community. house. His wife and his mother, team;' prior td going to that city play. milL We understand that a partof The bride Is a popular young lady

u: 'Miss Mary Juhan is able to be outefter He has built up a very fine business Mrs. Felshaw Leroy, were with ed'with' the Oak Halls, of Gainesville. the property will be used as a og Micanopy, while the groom is well -

a severe illness ,of some days. illustrating the fact that he possessesfine him when he died and everything possible He was one of the best known base- lumber yard and that the residence known and popular here. He Is an

K- business t qualifications and if he was done to save his life but ball players in the state and his part of the property will be repaired eriployee and saleman in the store of

Mri: Jefferson Davis is very ill at makes as good an"official as he hasa .to ns: avaiL Florida friends lU regret to learn of and occupied by Mr Converse.Mrs. McCormick & Howe.-Gainesville

the Hotel ,Majestic in New York city. citizen the first ward will have : Mr. Sanders was thirty-three yearsof his death. Sun.

cause to congratulate itself upon ge ago and- for several years before E. P. Petteway has recently

Mr. Pat' Randall, one of Connor's.' curing his 'servlc s. going to Crystal River was with the Mr. Charles Mathews, whi Is occu- retaiLed from a visit of some duration Mrs. lilias Palmer and her handsome .t

most popular citizens, represented Spoke and Rim company in this city pying the Miller residence, recently to relatives at Macon and other little son of Washington, Ga. <' :,:. -

qt .that thriving section in ''Oala Wednes Solid quarter oak three piece suits and made many friends here, who purchased by Mr. G. C. Crom has places in Georgia and is now at Cole- are spending several months at Colorado ; :'C -
2 day. and .individual chairs in the newest where she and Mr. will Coio
designs can be found at the best fur were exceedmgly pained at the news rented the old Dr. Chace house on man Petteway Springs, with Mrs. Palm'E'
niture store in town. That's the of his death. He was a native of South First street and will move into make their home. er's sister Mrs. J. W. Haynes, and ::" ;

Miss" Esther Weather after a visit. Ocala Furniture Co. x .Thitaso. but had made his home "in the same at once. are greatly enjoying the climate and
.with friends Champaign,. Illinois, for How to Cure a Cold. the scenery of the west. Both Mrs
Florida nearly twenty years.
f is again the.gue'st'of friends in Chicago Mr. Lee P Cox who has been very her The question of how to cure a cold Haynes and Mrs. Palmer were Ocala '
Mrs. J. K. Austin and mother
Mr Sanders was buried from the I ':
without loss of time is
Ill, hss: returned 'to Jacksonville to unnecessary
before taelr '
Baptist church yesterday morning at 'Mrs. Kellogg, arrived home yesterday one in which we are more or |Jess interested girls marriage. '
his duties. He has almost
''t'he. Gainesville lodge of Elks 'Is} I ten o'clock and his body was laid 'I afternoon from Atlanta where' they for the quicker a cold is IfOU
t' entirely recovered from his long ill ) To '-
to rest in Greenwood under have been for the past two weeks. gotten rid of the less the danger of Judge a Remedy -
\ leaking! preparations for the erpctlor ness. 1 I pneumonia and otner serious dis must know its father and moth.
of. a. very. handsome Elk) ?some in I the auspices of the Odd Fellows ',of I They went especially to be with Mrs. eases. Mr. B. W: L. Hall of Waverly er, and so understand the reason for "I

;t ,,.that city. -. Mrs. 1:Annie R. Vandeventer has re-, which organization he was a member Austin's daughter. Miss Gene Austin, Va.. has.used Chamberlain's Cough its existence Ramon's liver Pills and i
f' turned to her home in Gainesville af- in good standing. who Is attending the Washingtor Seminary Remedy for years and says; "I firm' Tonic Pellets a Treatment for Sick '

!" The pineapple crop of the last 'sea ter a short vjsit in Ocala with the This paper extends !its' sympathiesto in that city. ly believe Chamberlain's Cough Rem Headache, Dizziness Pains In the :
edy to be absolutely the best prepa- Side Constipation and Biliousness, _
f:'. son amounted to 650,000 crates and family of her brother, Mrs: George: K. the bereaved wife and mother. ration on the market for colds. J is based on the formula of one of the -I
Ct- the prices are reported as having Robinson.Mr. Mrs. Edd Jeffords. who with her have recommended it to my friends greatest physicians ever known. All =
; been fairly good two daughters: Misses Charlie and and they all agree with me." For sale druggists will guarantee Ramon's
v., Edna Jeffords, have been spendingthe by all druggists. mMr. Liver Pills) and Tonic Pellets to cure :.
H. C, Jones, manager of the Quinsy, Sprains and Swellings Cured. sick headache or refund cL ;
: your money.. --1:
at, Mr., ,and 'Mrs. Robert Whiter and Ocala, Bottling Works has gene to "In, November 1901, I caught cold summer at Greenville and other Whole treatmnt 25 cents. r
children have returned home from Atlanta to spend ten days.. He: goes and had the quinsy. My throat was places in South' Carolina have returned H. S. Hampton a very prominent :!
.. swollen so I could hardly breathe. I home. Both the Misses Jffords. attorney of Tampa, was'in Ocala ;i
Petersburg 'where they have spent particularly to attend a meeting of applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and Mr and Mrs J. M. Smith and .
Sunday and Monday.
ten' days very: pleasantly. the, American Bottler's Protection As it gave me relief in a short time. In have excellent positions in daughter, of. Berlin, were prominent : '"_

,.J sociation. two days I was all right," says Mrs.L. the Greenville high school and will visitors to Ocala on Wednesday I:
Usher Norwood after spending a Cousins Otterburn, Mich. Cham remain in that city this winter. These Albert Dillion, of Clearwater who ,

'. 'few days in Ocala with his mother, .Mr. Gl; B. Tankersley the well berlain's Pain Balm is a liniment and two beautiful Ocala girls are making has been in Ocala several days 'the Mrs. Harry Cline_ returned Sunday .

1 ."Mrs: R. E. Wishart has ,returned 'to known capitalist of Coleman was is swellings.especially For valuable sale for by sprains all druggists and. themselves enivable reputations guest of W. V. Newsom, jr., has returned from a' visit to friends at Waycross, 14

,Brooksville, where he is at wo"lt. transacting business here Wednesday. m : as school teachers. to his home. Ga.. r -
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A Relic of Old Times. A serious misfortune happened toDr Mr. J, T Peacock, of Valdosta. Ga., Danger From the Plague. Important Suit Instituted. Busy Fernandina. ,

The Variety Store yesterday in the Newsom's automobile late yesterday who has, large interests here and There's great danger from the Attorney John P. Wall has instituted During the month of August six -j
plague of coughs and colds that are
The > tank in south Florida has been on a tour habeas proceedings In
course of regular business transac- afternoon. gasolene so prevalent unless you take Dr. corpus vessels entered the port of Fenian- -
I ,: .tlons teak In a five dollar bank note exploded and caught on fire completely inspection and is at persent a guestat King's New Discovery for consumption .a case that may prove one of the dina from foreign ports and nine

Issued the First Rational bank of destroying the canopy over the the Montezuma hoteL He finds coughs and colds. Mrs. George most important heard before Judge ,leared for foreign ports. .

Ocala when by Mr E.; W, Agnew was. machine nna partly destroying', the his property in fine shape and says Wallis"It's God.of Forest send to City people writes in i J. \VaIlln recent years. Foreign exports, 10,676 tons phosphate "t

'= { !Us president= and Mr A. Mcintyre, seat and other parts of the automobile that the outlook for this section and climates a where coughs and colds prevail The proceedings are instituted for 100,052 round barrels main

cashier. The bin Is a reminder of Fortunately the explosion took touth Florida is most encouraging. I quickly ends them. It tte purpose of securing the release 595,025 gallons spirits turpentine 740-
bl4 times .and 'was shown to. quite a place near the Marion Hardware com Mr. Peacock has a great many friends prevents pneumonia cures la grippe, of John Critikos, a Greek who is 000 feet of lumber 18,630 pounds pal

of citizens and, set adrift pany's store and Mr Harry B. here, who are always glad to see him. gives wonderful relief in asthma and held in jail for selling whiskey with. metto leaves. 300 pound household
umber our fever, and makes weak lungs
t. many pleasant and unpleasant remtniscenseai Clarkson saw the flames and seized strong enough to ward off consumption out licenses and will be heard before goods, the total value of which was -

: : The bill will be kept as a a extinguisher: and quickly extinguished The They pleasant Make You Feel Good.effect coughs and colds. 50 cents and Judge Wall next week. $923,327. .
purgative experienced : -
souvenir T>y this firm. them thus by his prompt. by all who use Chamber $1.00. Guaranteed by Tydings & Should Judge Wall sustain the var. Coastwise eatrarces were 20 and t=1
ness preventing the entire destruction lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,and I Co., druggists. Trial bottle free in ious grounds on which Attorney Wall clearances It.Coastwise .

Mrs l D.S- Woodrow and daughter of this handsome automo the healthy condition of the body and mother A Young Mother became at 70. youngat bases his claim for the release of shipments were 4,099,000
> 'My suddenly
and mother;',came Yesterday from bile. :mind which. they createtnake one feel 70. Twenty years of intense suffering > Critlkos, the ..ease may result ia the feet lumber and S9,4S rossUes. equalto
Price 25 cents. Sample free
Woodmar and will return there this joyful at all drug stores. m from dyspepsia,. had entirely sale of whiskey being prohibtat in 3,937,492 feet lumber.-Fereandlfla '
afternoon. They came up to inter Dainty willow goods for dainty disabled her until six months ago I Plant City Tarpon Springs, St. Petersburg Star
parlors. Your inspection will con- when she began taking Electric Bit
agents and other in Hills-
estate places
Ocala real The Ocala Music is in
view the
,. vince you of their merit, Ocala Furniture ters, which have completely cured J
relative, to renting a house as soon as 'Co. -X, receipt of a nice lot of violins, aoconJeons her 'and restored thet strength she 1 boro county. The annual report of the Illinois '

they are able to -secure a-suitable : mandolins guitars,. strings had in the prime of Ute" writes Mrs. The: decision oj the late Judge Bar Central railroad for the calandar year

. 4 place; and :Wn Woodrow returns from A second daughter arrived at the and trimmings for all instruments, x W. Gilpatrick. of Danforth Me;'I ron Phillis on the question of selling ended June 30, shows gross receipt

abroad, they w111'come., up to Ocala home of )hand Mrs William, Hockey Greatest restorative ieine ana on kids: whiskey, rendered several years ago, from traffic of 551,636,400 and erp B.

for,the'winter Wewjsday morring. The little lady For a Two Cent Stamp.A J neys globe.right Sets punt stomachhver?s the blood and !and since'J brought: up on ,a number ses cooperation" and taxes amounting &'

*<. is receiving a very happy welcome common process has been discovered cures malaria. I !liousness and weak of occasions is involved in the proceedings to $3M37,500 leaving a net income -

1va' are glad to.note,that the_ water and, will, some day Je one of the popular to possess healing properties not I nesses. Wonderful nerve tonic. Price referred to.-Taapa Times. I frob! traffic above the cost ot eper-
i communication lsr' again open be- belles' of Ocala" .known heretofore, but surpassing any 50 cents, Guaranteed by Tydings & :ation and taxes' of $15,198,900.
other drug. The discoverer will fora
The Co.. druggists. m Monticello is enquiring for sufficient ...
- .tweeu. teesburg and'Jacksonville two cent stamp tell, anyone whatit "*
,it1li atQr. owned, by ,Mr. 'L Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 31 Years. Is, Address X, Phillippi, Fla. 9 12m of-Mr. capital to, develop water pow here were a dozen new member "-
jeamer : of the little daughters
lI1it:1 td at the last meeting of the m
.1 have been afflicted with sore tor line and a sand lime
Jf er a quarry
'having made su.cessiiil -
.. .' :l P Pozier'. >just 9. eyes for thirty-three years.' Thirteen A dip in the thermometer yesterday .arid, Mrs, Henry Livingston returned Good for Monticello. Elks. This organization is grR'stng tQ
brick plant.
:f trip"' between the two places ,years ago I became totally blind and gave us a touch of real wintry weather t home yesterday afternoon: from leaps and bounds and now has aa .
this 'week V Ing the first trip of ,was blind for six years. My eyes ''
Today promises to be decidedly Gainesville.. Ga.. where they Immerse membership. G
,badly inflamed. One of
tie kind in many as were .
; perhaps as my neighbors" insisted upon In try colder and our, people will have an!i been visiting their: grandmother ana T
t t ; twenty years or more These trips ing Chamberlain's'Salve and: gave me opportunity to don *their' winter other relatives for several months. The famous White Bouse shoe for -

.':., will.: "\; ,made. regularly. during the half a box ,of.' iU To my 'surprise it wrFss 1...... L .. ... f ladles and gentlemen, and the Butter '
7 ;1-, winter" season. ,,and' we have no doubt healed my' eyea and my sight camq Rates to Ocala. OILJ.SORES.BURKS Brown shoes tor girls'and boys can .. -
"U attract .a great deal of travel back ,to Chamberlains me.-P\ C* Earles, Cynthiana Blood. Poisoning All railroads In Florida have agreedto cot be surpassed the city for ttylV,to.-;,.:, -'
Salve is sale
Ky, for
.. .: acCount' of'its unlqueaess and ,piorturesquesness. by 'all druggists mMr results from chronic constitation, give a special rate to 0caIa'on quallty and price* The Fair Z'.j -J
'r- which is quickly cured by Dr. King'sNew -
y. : October 17, on account ,of the comerstone.laylng.The'ta.te
,, and Mrs? H, 1U Anderson who 'I Life Pills. They remove all from all points Tydings ,& go. Druggists, Ocala, Fla. Dr. T. K. Slaughter, of Levoa fc&i .. e
.poisonous germs the) system :
Hall racks for all manner of houses, recently.sold their home to.Mr sufficiently recovered from his recent
'" i Infuse new life and vigor;:, cure tn the state on the certiflficate plan "
'; .;;.from' the most, presumptions to :she Hampton, have ,rooms: at hirs..Arms' :.sour stomach nausia, headache, dIz. 1 Is. one and,one-third fare plus 25'cents. Mrs. Tc D.: Bryan and children, have illness to bea ble to visit OcaU 4 Y

: > ;,humblest Prices decidedly"right. on Main street,fortthe: winter, They xiness .and colic; without'griping' or gone t.6 Grove. -Park" for,it short visit friends, all of whom were Cb.4 to
the'round trip.
1o.t'rr1.. 'ua !andsea.. .. 'Ocala Furniture. discomfort. 25 cents Guaranteed for
',: ;' Co.: '- *' are:boarding at Mrs. M, .C,' Lopney't. Tydings & Co. druggists.* m by- State "paper{please 'copy..; with .MrsBryan's, relatives. see him out- a alL -... --... .
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; ; ),f'ti'EARSj7_ ;SA.:DEBATOR. j otherggaatlc: eorparaUonar ahfch,ions MORGAN" VS .CUBA. I Major Abrarr.s;;and. Cartoonist, Ta for1Jteid

I'HE: ,.,QcMB&NNER -";" <' '1- ,"'....,. :M.' ::?=> "u'f ... ,."-il'i. siderT, the 'porcnase of political. 'aa- ''- : : >f ]1 for: Trial II
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F.'; '; h". .. ;, ; .Hearst; ;air'a- public> -. idebator.. ..4lriceBroward.Vk ".. chines: and iptibl1 Officials, ,a legitimate : Editor :Alfred, Saint-Clair' Abraais,
Ii. f ** .. : ti .hisfriends :Th -.. at & news from. Cuba will indicate of the I
V' FRANK.,. .'HARRISEditer. ; a surprise f 'P..V. :-" avengood; 'BusinessManagerr'' i ,- .*; ',* ses.: < :3. ,. > ., tiapl l had, uttered'- .a .prophesy 'a trial before Judge J. 14

..:..-_- --. -. -' :' '*1.'A'f:- -- -. -, In New Tort{, and BrooklYl .he is; Ir. Shepard, aid at Buffald.thaVhethe when if sold &. my- letter that Roosevelt Farris at Jacksonville last Monday, mR 11 MONTHS
',,: .;. received with an enthusiasm :nol un :!O! democratic party; might was' sending Taft: and Bacon to charged 'with uttering 'a criminal ,libel '

t equalled' oy ,Bryan:; in his 'first 'campaign r Vive. the nomination of Hearst. Cuba, for'the.purpose cf getting rid of against former governor W. S. .

: "- have had the pleasure bf. tellingMr "\'"p old: man Palma-and his administration Jennings. --

- : :Besides being an easy sfpaker he _Shepard that if the democratic That Is exactly what they The defendants were represented Terrible Sore on Ankle Cajsed '=s_

; ; has! developed a'quickness repartee I party does survive this campaign it are doing and t knew whereof I spoke Attorneys John E. Hartridge and Suffering-Could Not .

. ; k which( is adding a great deal 'of ginger will be the first gubernatorial campaign when I made the assertion. Palma is Frank W...Pope, and the prosecution; Sleep

% : to his. campaign. II that it has survived for'twelve only :a, poor old honest school teacher by D. U. Fletcher adn A. W. Cockre, nor Rest- Physician Said leg

For boldness, satire and uniquenessthe I years and that its survival will be who does not understand nor appreciate Jr: Would Have to Be Amputated.

speech that he delivered here I due not so much to the nominationof the tricks of the
Monday night s scarcely has an i Hearst as to the repudiation of amined and the defendants were held

equal and rank beside the utterances I Shepard and the corrupt corporationswhich When- J. Pierpont, Morgan and his in a bond of $400 each to await CURED BY CUTICURAIN

.. _-, ,--.'- -- of any ,of our public (Ixn n. : he represents., crowd'of financial free-booters de- the, action of the ciminal court which SIX WEEKS

-! Motto: Thi Banner,' believing thoseat He thus paid his respects facetiously I wish, to publicacly thank Mr. manded certain ,.railroad'concessions will soon convene.

the top will|, abli to take "card of and satirically to his bolting Shf>nard for his opposition to me. of him he refuse. to''grant them. t V"I

themselves! has taken 'its stand in the friends and thanked them for their i. District Attorney Jerome 'has always There is' no doubt in the minds of Army to Use New Bullet. had a terrible sore on my ankla

barricades.> withl; ,the common people opposition.My been corporation: lackey, but the people who are onto their jobs It lit said that the army will ,soon and had not walked any for elevet .

and'its fight will be made for the bet Friends-I think the lines of such an insignificant brass-buttoned that Morgan and his gang are respon adopt the new bullet which was recently months. I tried nearly everything

torment of those at the bottom this campaign should be clearly drawn bellboy of the'trusts that few, real. sible for the strife in Cuba by fermenting I tested by several of fho tar but without he didn't any benefit to and do had a doctor:
seem He
between those who are In favor of discontent with Palma's ad- who attended the national any
ized his position until he became get experts said I would have. to have my lee
FRIDAY:, OCTOBER, 12, '1906. special privilege and those who are prominent in politics. ministration among the rabble, excited rifle meet at Sea Girt and was taken off, and that I would never walk -

in favor of popular rights of govern- has 'kept no single public prom-. them to the point of rebellionand found to be satisfactory. Instead of again. I suffered awful,and at night
those who in favor of furnished them with arms with I could not sleep at all. I thought
-.4 are govern ise that he made to secure the peo- the rounded point of the present bullet -
The campaign in New York between there was no rest forme, but as soot
the two big 'Hs Hearst and ment by corporations for their private ,l"'s votes and has broken no private i which to fight. I it has along, straight,' tapering as I began to use Cuticura Soap and

Hughes promises to, be- one of the profit and those who, are in pledge that he made to secure corporation When the crisis came what more I point and i$ also about one-third Ointment it commenced healing nicely.

favor of government by the people campaign ,funds. natural thing could happen: than that lighter weighing about 150 grains. I bathed the ankle with warm water
warmest Inn .
years."Who Roosevelt acting under the Platt and Cuticura Soap and. then applied
for benefit.
public bullet has
He is a notorious example of the new a greater ve "Cuticura Ointment to the affected

owns the English' language?' The Independence League was created confifidence man in public life of the amendment should step in as a mediator locity up to 2,000 yards a greater energy part and laid a cloth over the acreto

t indignantly asks the Columbia 'State. for the purpose of freeing the petty larcenist in politics, who secures and send as one of the peace 1,400 yards,* a flatter trajectory hold it in place. After two weeks

: government from the corrupt and preferment he does not deserveby envoye a junior member of the firm up to 2,000 yards and a little I could walk around in my room real
There ain't lt'abolish. '
none. RoseY'f good and in six weeks' time
contaminating control of of J, Pierpont Morgan and Company my ankle
not intend to better to 2,000 yards.
he does accuracy
promises up
<- ed It' by proclamashun.-J.ouIsvilIe was entirely cured and I was ,
h the cf Mr. Robert Bacon,
and the from person
liberating people
Courier-Journal. perform. The new bullet will require a slightly around out of doors. I am enjoying 4

i: I such unequal; and un-American con- ')istrict Attorney Jerome declareshe assistant secretary\ of state. They: different firing chamber in the perfect health and have gone to work

_ Governor Margoon of Panama has ditions. rt11 bolt his party ticket and vote have gone there and bulldozed and rifle butthis can be readily affect and feel as well as I ever, did in my life,
; I The democratic convention openlyand browbeat pOOr old Palma until self so I know that the Cuticura Remediesare
been for Mr. Hughes. ed in pieces now under manufacture the
appointed by the president as best in the world.
forces him and his cabinet to
scornfully repudiated the corpor While condoling with Mr Hughes respect and the necessary changes cn be
governor of Cuba, General Bell, has Cuticura was recommended to
resign rather than treat with vulgar me
been orJered to the island to take ation agents who were there to Invest I wish publicacly to thank Mr, Jeromefor made in the "pieces now in use wtK by a lady who had used it when.her

charge of the troops. their master's money in the purchaseof his opposition to me. rabble in arms. Taft and Bacon small exnensr. baby's[ head was so full of sores he could

delegates and that repudiationwas I have always conscientiously'cd placed the terms of compromise, that not lie down. She had to set him up _

the one thing that 'made it pos President Palma must accept. in The rumor Is current that the New in her arms to sleep. (signed) Mrs.
:The great state of Minnesota, and sible for the nominees of the inde these men auch shape that he could not accept Foundland ministry may follow the 22,1905.Mary Diekerson,Louisa,C.HVa.,April

espelally the. cities of St. Paul Min pendent league to accept the democratic trot trey represent. them and retain his self respect. lead of the national cabinet and resign _
I could not conscientiously accept
neapolis and Duluth have manifestedthe endorsement.The circumstances They also coupled'It with a request as a protest against the obnox
their support under any COMPLETE TREATMENT

stown Exposition and a creditable .industrial inited behind the corporation I attorney present all these corporation attorneys States would invade the island in herring fisheries between the United Consisting of Cuticura Soap

= ,exhibit is promised. of the corporation party and the alleged interests of peace and States and Great Britan. Ointment and PillsMaynowbeludforonedolJar.
... along with' the campaign
the line I have so, .long labored to tranquility but really for the purposeof Aangt
The real estate: agents in Daytona \ funds of all corporation masters, annexation. Senator Tollman of South Carolina set is often sufficient to cure the moat
have clearly drawn is drawnat
have .agreed not to have "for .sale" clearly in one big bouquet to the corporation cleared /torturing, disfiguring itching burning
last Whether or not 'we annex Cuba asa recently $!5. oo on his i,
and humors -
ticket of the corporation party.I scaly eczemas, rashes and
signs property in that
on ctly.
In all my speeches and in all the part of this Union J. Pierpont Morgan lecture tour. tie is one cf the most irritations, with loss of hair from in.
have been.azhed to take.this move by am sometimes asked by well-meanIng bare popular lecturers In the United fancy to when all other
'acts of my life I have endea'ore'd to and Company will gained age, remedies
the citizens as it is feared that' people if I really intend to carryout States and. and even the best physicians fait
ran especially so in the
their ends
make my position clear in this:' important because .hey get any
strangers may think the whole town is my promises. I do not blame Catinm Soap,Ointment,u4 PCIs ire mid'!tmqIaQG
matter. but I wish to politely thing they desire in the shape of a northwest I I tit world.Loner DTM*Chcra.Corp., e I'JeIlfo
for pale which the Gazette-News : them for doubting for they have been E; -}lsed nw.-' Un anAl flood PUilC1tiL"

says, itis. not ,the case by any means acknowledge 'the assistance I deceived so often and so outrageously.But concession from this administration.' -- '-------_. -. -- -.-, ----,--
With the --
the -
played to -
have! recelvSl: from other .game con-
let me call their attention to
Nothing has helped me more to elusion and if yon have the slightest
Measure Will betaken by the ilex- this fact: Mr. Ryan and Mr. Belmont,
make this distinction clear' than tifeDppo.itlon adumbration of intellect you will note
Jean government Mr. Morgan and Mr. Rockefeller haveuo
: Jo prevent-hoarding: ; 'k4t instead being a peacemakerand
; of Alton B. Parker William of
of.'corn In anticipation higher doubts:: on that question.
F: Edward : a" refo11erMr.; Roosevelt is a
Sheehan il. Shepard -
:price and it: is probable that she duty They KNOW I am going to carryout
: Paul B Cravath District Attorney usurper and a panderer to the planaerband -
on foreign corn wi.*, be teKporarily my premisesaa'd that is the reason -
Jerome and other corporation at of New York.
''removed t Government experts: believe ,' that every newspaper on their

'1- there Is an abundance of iistlTe Corners and paid political agents ct ;xiy rail, 'every corporation lawyer intfeeir J DRAINING THE EVERGLADES. j
corn in graneries all, over tie countrr! I corrupt interests Alton B. Parker fat employ or on their ticket, every EXPtiESS

.and that .the high price is the jesuM i :: typical. corporation can political henchman in' theIr hire is We intended to- have nothing to

of a. combination. be feed to hold any. opinion on any opp9sins, and attacking 1 and denouncing say Trhatsver,' nor than we have
subject; and argue any""side,_of any:
and defaming me. already said, says the Jasper N\r; ',
;. ThQ-Jiarion! County Abstract coc- I case.- I wish ..publicacly to thank, these!

pang, opewted.b. b? tbe-Graham Brot., Aitoij B.'Parker is tjta attorney 'whofpea'rf4 O taia KJdds, of industry for their: }drabs; i

ers, wilt} fin, a few days be..Jocated fln '? in tjb >l JCtfc m cSc4-i .thg :;taifan to-'iae, and to state that tlpl7 at the ;approaching No en i )er e/ec :
the 'Miller block North : :site of the elsctto! : criminals is tKvery'"court i isc1ou3 .A* 'v
on Magnolia their uncoa.jtribute'to"
t t :l: r)? : to.cted by C ., jit orusoaxislisu, : t -7-2 v j

streetr They have for soae tinQ ; h& ,has I'ordterly.' gl' CM. :: my"siacq: .aadjoaesty I 1:0-Te tfcat re. voaH" be ro jf:*"!!'. c- v v

been trying to get offices on tte :and argued against tHe very"opinion : even. though it comes from t d'aty.t ; the people among whom we

aground floor The new quarters of the he t.l se.t.had.. formerly -rendered; t ., : .. .. oEUvEeiO
fcacsaneerst who only know what f have lived so. long did we nat, a* ,# -,. : fog
Abstract, company will be handsome' and there succeeded in, securing a reversal in V j Sa Yo '
_ is having it
honesty through seen .
least tell them what our views; oathe" it" n'
ly papered and painted and will make .of his own verdict.I themselves.f :" ".,
others besides I subject are; f::=;
: is possible that the '
9 most desirable suit of offices. arguments
almost of the
am as proud opposition I The puestion to be considered is
F ,f Parker were effective
of these men and of the Interests t not GovernorBrowaid's honesty ir
"nd', 'now comes the Interstate con* as the arsumenta: of the employers -
tney represent as I am of your I the matter; nor whether the drainage CHAS BLUM &
IT'erc, commission! : and decides that, of Judge Parker, but ss.7eriheless and .... COMPANY
of. the confidence ofa
siice: plan is feasible or practicable; not ,
under tbe new railroad rate law rail .
? : it cannot be denied that Parer
d the, honorable American citizens whether the: land drained would be Jacksonville Fla.McMillan
roads cannot accept anything bt:: : trgued to secure the reversal .
whom I seek to serve. value-but whether the
cash in payment for th transportation Parker; and to D.l'the people, their
of-either oeople, the. tax payers of the state ---
passengers or merchai-, {.o".tial rights. : What it Costs to Pick the Cotton -- -
would be benefitted theres !'!\.
= disk As well decide that a merchant : And he did this because the COt-, Crop. f
to the lands in the Evergladesthey
cannot accept froIa farmer- po atone who emplo)ed him as their It requires something like 1,500,000cotton : j are involved in a lawsuit Qurstate Bros. :

wife a,dozen eggs in payment for four corporation attorney wanted him to pickers eaca plcking JOQJ every1'acre
legislature granted
yards of caUco,-Punta Gorda Herald. dolt. pounds of seed cotton on an. average them'to' .
of ,tne various railroad. companies
Several hundred- emigrants have left I wish publicly to thank Judge for each picker and 'worker 100 days, j The,trustees of the internal Southern Copper Works

Parker for his opposition to me. to pick the 10,000,000 bale crop. Of I
improvement fund for the first title
Bremen jermany, for Charleston
William F, Sheehan is the attorney than 100 Manufacturers
course. some pick more of
the new steamer line and will make in the history of our state refused to Turpentine Stills
for the
Brooklyn Rapid Transit pounds of seed cotton and some less.
their make deeds and the! railroad companies :
homes in the south..
Those direct
and other General
steamers from the'old world will service corporations There are days when on went to tae law to compel them Metal Workers.
who buy politicians in order to "be account of rain no cotton 7
: p.rov'e of great value ,to the south in able to teal franchises and who de- can be picked. The average SO.
the of securing emigrants.;, It is not wise it is not good policy Old Stills
way Heretofore taken in
debauch the representatives of is exchange for
the of 100 pounds a day for 100 days nor is it in accordance with good business new ones. Patching
: emigrants hardly ever got; allY people in order to be able to exploitthe not far wrong as an estimate of theplcker' methods to spend thousands of through the country specialty.. Orders by mail or V
tul"ffrom Ne will
wYork than wire
Jersey property of the people. work. receive prompt attention at either of the
dollars of the
people's in
City and of course had' money improving following works .
opportunity .
William F. Sheehan was driven out At 60 cents a hundredweight the .
of ,knowing of the immense posslbfl property which may be lost.
}' of Buffalo because some pr'his cor cost of picking a bale of cotton is $9. But, again, suposing for the sake
offered in the south' -
p 'who Cities is'willing to 'work to everyone rupt political practices had been -ex At 75 cents a hundredweight the costis I of argument, that there were no QUS-; FAYETTEmLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA

,,..! posed. $11.25 a bale. '...erefore the cost t tion about the title of the state to JACKSONVILLE. FLA
He was able to live in New York of picking the entire crop will range MOBILE ALA
r ,Now Jet us hear no more from these lands even then they shouldnot

thoughtless tongues about the useless only because the rest of his corrupt somewhere between $90,000,000 and be expended in draining the Everglades .

political practices had not been N. C.,)
,E expense of maintaining an efficient yet llt.500.000.-Charlotte : nor any other swamp. Thyse

state military ,organization exposed Chronicle. lands or every dollar of the proceeds

What would Atlanta have done the I wish publicly to, thank William derived from their sale, belongs to DIRECTORS:

other day when she was under the F. Sheehan for his opposition of me. The thirteenth annual convention of the school fund of the state. R. S. Hall
: Paul D. Cravath is the American of Municipal MacKay J. K. Christian
the Society
heel of toe, murderous hoodlum and corporation It 13 not wise, it J& businesslike, H. A. ForJ

: howling gangs of toughs were having 'attorney of Thomas Fortune Ryan Improvement began in Birmingham it is not to the Interest of the. farmersof T. T. Munroe J Z. 0. Chamblisa

it all their' own way but for those the speculative financier who put Tuesday morning, .will continue this country to take 'money which B. Brooks

through tne criminal of 'the until Friday night. The body will .
fine military companies quickly I is provided by the law: to educate

brought upon the scene by order: of [New York City transportation companies draw to Birmingham the representa their children to drain a swamp two- In addition to its excellent facillities this Bank
the governor. The moral effect of with the assistance of Attorney tire city officials of the United States thirds of which alreday belongs to corporations

,their .mere presence'wa a mighty i General Mayer, and secured con- and Canada. It will be the.first time with a fair prospect of has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good I

help in restoring' trol of the Equitable Life Assurance the organization has met in a southern their being possessed of .
order, and with the [ the bilance Board of
discipline, :and efficiency of regulars Society. with the assistance of the city. of it. Directors and a strong body of Stockholders.

they ,did their work investigation conducted by Charles E. The of
proceeds the sale
drove the Iu view of the fact that the attendance of that
a lawless, .element to covert The peo- i Hughes. at the coining state fair to be land if put in to school?fund: where
pIe ofAtlanta,today Paul D. Cravath, tae general .utility the law It.tshaU THE
feel a deep gratb I bold at Tampa November 14 to 29, says be placed CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
_ tude to those, young, soldiers and the I man for ,Thomas Fortune Ryan will be. cbaracterlied by even larger would benefit every child of school ,

hollow unthinking sentiment which [puts on the black mask hoists the .attendance than that of last Novem- age in the state. Waste it IK diggine OF OCALALANDS. -

d crles.t.he'; militia will find no coon !black, flag- and boldly enters the domain t,er,' 1-reparr+ions, are already underway ditches in the Everglades and the J ,

z tenane ,In< Georgia; now. Here In ,of law or politics at the demandof ,I for properly accommodating and corporations are the gainers and th'

i the Boutti especially for reasons I the political pirate a and financial i entertaining the vast number of visItors children are the 'losers., .
freebooter .
tO4the commonest ,
N plain : from :01ida and other states..
.we need; "a state, 'military ;systen f Paul D Cravath Is the gentleman !Bureaus of information will be established A trial, which promises to

kept up f f0 the 'bTghestpoint of efificiency I who represented, Mr, Ryan, and stood I agents of which will meet arouse more_ than usua'l Interest .

:: : sand in towns- ''and :cities 1,[sponsor' for Jerom .:;in' the last New :all Incoming day and night trains in was begun, yesterdayat If you have land*.you wish to
'where .there! 'are :mllUIsCeach gompanles. j{volt City 'campa1 .. He ta-the for :order to asslgu visitors to ,proper Thomas River, N- ? when Dr. >or if want tease tt' rent; _VV
you to V
citizen_ "should" ' > :ready ini.t 1..a?Iroer!f law: partner<( of' Charle9VE' :i houses iu hotels, .boarding :houses Frank Bouwer .wan put on trial buy lands for farming, grazing,
encouragement charged with the murder his wife. turpentining or lumber
to givQ Ain warmestx [Hughes. and private, homes that will be open: of purposes,
'the, organization,, thud,'helplag to I I wtsn pubiclyt9'.inj.Cravath : 'tl'-a.nk. :'Pant to :the public N} exhorbitant rates It i% alleged that Brouwer caused (
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< 1 "aentt.aJ 1nr dUtary Jit a.: L1vQROak J t Edward' JL-Shepard, is 'the-attorney be: entertained in a most acceptable glass t[ and arsenic While ostensibly : BLOUNT

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is in need of ready cash. 83500 must be r.used'.at once, and to this end they have secured the services of C. N. Harper & .

H. 'C"ompany'ofChicago, who wilL inaugurate one of their famous Ten Day Cash Raising Sales. We are forced right at the 3

commencement of fall trade (right at the time you need the goods) to put on-this Gigantic, Quick Action, Sacrifice Sale. It

: We: are just overloaded, and must have room for our fall Stockvwhich is just arriving and also must raise 3500 in the
next.-ten. days. We expect to crowd into ten days-selling an average of Sixty days business. The prices we have placed _

the. goods will move them rapidly. This sale from start to finish will positively eclipse all attempts ever made in this v.g.r

city or elsewhere.. "' When we advertise bargains we mean it in the true sense of the word. Sterling. values in our regular

1,: stock. Every article marked at a great sacrifice.. ='
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', Doors Close Thursday, October 11, and Friday, O lober 12,

t To Arrange Goods and Mark Down Prices. .

Sale Comifidilces Saturday October 13th at 83O

THE: -STORYvho and what ,ve nu'e---C. X. Harper & Co are the best known Special Sale Conductors in the Country,

,n1\d, ,yhen they fire.el1gng'ed to sell a 815,000 stockof merchandise they don't temporize but simply }rut' ill

"the.lllife and ,slash both" ways, rClnrdless_ of (''OSt: or.tnlne.. It is up to them to make ,good, to raise the required amount in

ten days, the cost of these goods is no object to them, and they slash prices on eyerything in the store to accomplish

,' their purpose, AND: THEY NEVER PAIL I 1
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extra: Special, 1 Dry Goods Groceries Embroideries for half .

z ..6n ? e.aciH d Homespun....,4j2c 6 l-2o:Glieck Homespun ._____ 4 J-2c 25c Roasted Coffee,,...,--------\7c price, special value l at = .
-So 4.4 Bleached Cotton,,;.,.?...6c ,400_ All \\001 Dress Flannels...__,24c75c 18 pounds Sugar-.--? ,-...---,.$J.OO
70 Am. or Sth psons: Calico,.-_-__5c Ladies Fine Dress Goods.48c 4 pounds Fancy Head Ripe..'__ ..25c 2, 3 and sc. per yard.Sodarine .
jSc .Ginghams.-.n.?., 4c, 85 to 90c Fancy Su\hngs.65c 60c Teas.,..,.,., ,,., ,.-. .... ..29c
: B l2o Ginghams.____, _______6 J-2c $1.25 Fancy Suitings.?..,..___..89c 15c Libby's Roast Beef pound.JOc .
,IQs Ginghams Chambrays._ 8c 85o Cotton flan Blankets large Matches large box, per doz .-_... J4c Gold Dust,
,f. 12 l-2c'iingharas! or Glmmbraya,9c size per pair ,-.,, >__,,_62J-2c Matches three packages________JOc <
tawnsu....._ __. _... 6c Sl.OO Cotton flan Blankets per Armour's: High Grade per box._,,f 9c Arm & Hammer Soda, _
.lOo 15 l-2o Percales.-?- .T-.,-.-- -_.....9cIlOc pair _?-.., .t. ___ __....75c Armour's per box____,._-,.,.-,<- Celluloid Starch Pear-
Bleached Cotton .,,___ ____-_8c 61.25 Cotton flan Blanketsper::: ,
10 to 20c Heavy Ticking,,,-,8 to 13c pair ,,:.._.._?,-.. u, ...t.OO line and Soap at
.10'to J2o Hickory Shirting .-_.8 J-3c 20c Table Oil Cloth per yard.,,. J 6c RIBBONS I AT
'lOo Stockings _____________ Sc 40c Table Damask.. ,, ,,.. .'.:28c l 4
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20oStookillgs.?, ,.,,,,.,--q J-2 85oTable Ll en.,..,, ,.,,, ,,:,55c GREAT BARGAINS l C.-
25 and 5c 'Stockings_,_-_-_-__2Jc 81,50 Table Linen Extra Quality-93c

4 50 Men's Pants,, .,. ,.,...... _____.__2.75 lOc Men's Socks________.,.. n.. ....----6c -
a Some Big Bargains f>0) and 65c Men's Shut: _.___,,.._ ---_4Jc 4 15c Men's Socks::;---_----.:v.---_____....8c
Shoe Co's line $1,00 Men's Fine Shirts.! ..,,, ...:______..._84c
We carry the Brown 400 Men Working Shirts,... .. ....25cMc
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.. 's Good Strong Shoes,.:-:,-----?-"--.*-50. 25'and 35c Men's or Ladies1 Underwear--21c
$2,50 Men's Shoes,,.,..'--------------.*.98 50 and tiOc,4Uen r's or Ladies' Underwear,39c Suit Cases and Hand Bags at a
'$3,50: Men's fine Shoes..,,..-' ______...2.98 25 and 35c Men's neckwear-,-,,, ,.. ..20c: Big Reduction. .
,00 Men's: best Shoes.,..., ,,,,.'H".3.45 ,50 and 75c Men's Neckwear.,,., ..,,..40c8c
$4 IJ dies\ Well made Shoes-__-_--______-..J.25 Ladies' or Men's Handkerchiefs -----........4c Men and Boys Hats Big Reduction.Grocery .
Q(,'>5 Ladies' Shoes,.----,-.,......-----... -1.75 ti 150 Ladies'or Men's Handkercheifs: .,,. 8c '
|$3,00 Ladles'\finest Shoes.,,,,- .....____.....2.60 20o Ladies' or Men's Handkercheifs___.__JOc J
Buster Brown Shoes_______.,1.75 20c Susp'enders..H--. ."' .. 13c "'-
$2.2 Boy's Miss s' Shoes.....__-...,.:---.....----25 25_ and 35c Suspenders.._____,.,.., ..,,,. J8c ,.
$1,75 i Children's.Misses1 Shoes.........-_-.80 40c Suspenders..,_.-. ,.., ..___.__,____..22c and GlassWare
$95c 00 Children's& Misses' hoes ______.. ,.70 6c Towels,--_-___-__----- ...,,,_..____.4c: ,
& Misses' Shoes ,_ ;60 8c ,Towels ,.,.. ...,,,,,-5c
Children's -- --- ----------- ------
85Q,50 & $2.00 Hens', -Pants._..--.r- __.---J.OO lOc Towels.._,....... ... ..,,.,,. ,...- .......8c at Half Price
$2 50 Men's Pants.---.........---:--- .--J.50 I8c Towels_-____-.. --.. w-....,..., ,. -,JOe
$3 50 Men's Pants,._,-._-____________-2,00 35c Linen Damask Towels---------- ----22c
l'\Vhat: This Sate Means to You Save this and wait "tor this Great Sale. What This Sale Means To Us

:-- .\ select now from the Starts Saturday, October 13th, last 10 days. It means we must raise $3500 in th*next
;J' "Itmeaasthat, you can ten days, and to accommodate th _
_:most, magnificent stock .of.Dry,Goods, andFotnishlng Every article in the Store at a sacrifice.A. thousand dollars worth,of New Fall?Good .
i--, ;, : 'in.Ocala at a/genuine redactiono bought for our fa 1 trade whtch are due to r
.:' o&e-third toone-half. arrive.nest month. y
,'It'. to the greatest opportunity The' Fair It means we must move large portion of _=
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( It means to you a SAYING NOW JTH ATTfoBffdMlOT : tarn that object!. '
': 'RU a ucATEVHEN ,obi A .. I, FLORIDA. It :me",ns quick an3 decisive action.on oar ,'
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: fail Fasbioi( ) 'Notes.Observations .f. .f. $ tssal, the New-York ll wspar 1'The, Store

I are calling 'the democratic nominee Variety :
es,: .. J By names.
.. when was it otherwise?
But ;
',{11: in New 'Y r\'s fasllonThe Local Editor. Did the democrat partyi ever nom-

_ 6 able' Emporiums-Shapes Not Unusual In New York state that .,
_ I but TrimD ings7 re-GoWIjS) 'Ela orate. .. .;1-1-1- met the approval 'of the republican WISHES .

I Was not Horatio ,Seymour, the -
'1 with velvet centers most gracious and gentle .of men, denounced PURCHASES. e & :
New. ., York, October .3, 1906. ecru, tiny green : .
To' the Ocala Banner: Pale yellow .silk' is gathered into I as favoring riots? .
stole, which escape from beneaththe I Did the great Tilden escape their {

'.- ; of One styles sees in the a multitude New York and stores.variety In their lace-decorated tasseled ends over vests the and skirt.hang A denunciations Was not Horace.? Greeley, houndedto ,If you are wise you will not ,put. in your supply of ,

fact, so many. different models are high I girdle in broadcloth points, his death?
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: shown that one gets dizzy and it is with ,strappings .of velvet and braid. When indeed, did the democratic 5Y
_ .' defines the waist. nominee ever meet the approval of "
almost impossible to determine "what
: is what" this season. A princess model of light golden the republican press of New York cityor in1er Weari pparel

., However, as one artist's model has brown is beautifully trimmed in of New York state? J ng
1 announced the girl of 1907 must be French embroidery of silk pipingsand So the vials of wrath hurled at Mr. ,
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: tall slender and simple-her height v'bbon. done In the same shade Hearst Is nothing out of the ordinary.
i may be due to Cuban heels, her slim- as the cloth, with velvet, folds of a It is what might be expected from the
S ness to massage and her simplicity darker hue. The tiny bolero has New .York republican press. Till you have seen our line.

l must'be artistic. Vests fronts of Chinese embroidery, But let us ask, what does' a vote

-;. ,Hats this season are quite fetching., in black and gold on white satin to against Mr. Hearst mean? -

They' are exceedingly quaint and give the finishing touches of smart- It means an endorsement of Hig- '.

original and not unbecoming s c>.s. j gins and Odell and of Depew* and .Our Prices Are the Very Lowest .

Shapes are not unusual, but trim- Nearly all the dress frocks carrya Platt. ,
"S 'mings are. In fact some of the mote of black, usually in the beltor Can anything be worse than an endorsement i

: .' 'trimmings are .of stuffs that have collar Girdles of soft black of these men? v Central. Florida quality considered andwe' can easily '
never been used. for, millinery purposes mousseline of Liberty have a butterfly What kind of a spectacle do the prove

In the memory of the present bow ,of the top of the back, with New York republican senators pre this statement to the most skeptical.
generation of smart hat-wearers. ends hanging long on the skirt. sent to the eyes of the nation?

Some beautiful hats 'are shown at Lots of the windows are;! showingthe When their names are mentioned,

55 one of the importers There is. a latest styles of what men must does not a.blush of shame mantle the

r' picture hat of gray velvet-Che smoky wear" this season and the tendencyis cheek of every American citizen? PURCHASE PRICE IMMEDIATELY REFUNDED

-4 : : gray that looks like oxidized silver. towards the gaudy. No color Who and what is Mr. Hearst?

." ; ..'. In front. of it is a mass of gray roses seems to be too loud or too gay. He is the son of a United States ,
made:of silk] ,and velvet.- 'At one side A variety of cravat sare shown. senator, who for a long time honored for any item not'proving entirely satisfactory, or on which you -

r Is a 'panache of ostrich feathers in One of the most popular of these col- a seat in that distinguished body, He
the'"most exquIsite' shades of gray trs. Is a crushed raspberry made in Is the' son of Phoebe'A. Hearst, one cannot see a saving in price. We do not want your patronage

and green. Ate) the back are drooping the knit ties so ' It is of the noblest women 'in the United unless think
is benefitted
by with
:111 loops .of green velvet ribbon-a fresh one. of the loosely woven kind with States and whose name' will always. you your purse us.

light vivid green, like the new leaves 10 tUcker silk thread than is usually be mentioned with respect and ven-
1? : in spring employed. These same ties come in eration.He -

Another..odd '''hat was small, trim brown, deep green and even purple is a young man, who in the ..establishment haven't :
busy the
Being so opening up new goods we timeto ,
'and neat, and rather long and nar- In spite of the extent to which that and management of his ,

q 1 < row. .Its sides curled up almost to shade. for men was. overdone several several newspapers, has 'shown wonderful quote prices in this issue but in the succeeding issues of the '
the top of the crown, and the little /t>ars' ago. 'executive ability and insteadof ,

t-'f point of the brim .that was left in The; knit tie holds its supremacy as ,. losing the capital he put* into these Ocala papers we will demonstrate the fact that

: front' waa. only, an inch and a half the fashionable article for men's wear. ventures has increased his Invest-

:wide.. The little hat'' was covered They come in the narrow four in ment fourfold.

S smoothly with velvet and for all hand and are. as expensive as they It was stated and generally believed We Can Save You .

I adornment: had a long, .soft, white osprey ever were although there are Imita- that Mr. Hearst could not makea Money

that started from the front and tions to be had at half the price.Someof speech but In .his recent touof

} swept back along, the side. Where these knit ties sell for $3. the state he has shown that few men -
s. .
r fu \ the osprey started was a' curious ornament There' has been a revolution againstthe are more adept in this line. He is
f We originated the ONE. PRICE'ond CASH SYSTEM in Ocala {
.. 'a, round, plaque of old-time fancy Vaistcoat which has been quick and incisive and' his speecheswill and
bead''embro dery showing a rose In so cverdone and is 'now accessableto rank with the very best. of our are sticking to itThe .

x shaded pink .and 'redson a cream persons of the most limited means. later day politicians.Mr. .

.,, / ground, Nobody seems too poor to afford a Hearst is a wonder and his .
r A third hat' was of black velvet, fancy waistcoat. The coats are still campaigns a marvel. He is met with

: & and in, front were many' short loops cut so as to sho wpart of the waist tremenduous ovations In all parts of
: of creasy ribbon embroidered with coat, but it is nevertheless the best the state and whatever the republican -

r i .. silk thread. The crown was hidden .form now to wear the waistcoat of press may say to the contrary he Variety Store

k 'i .beneath. ,a perfect snowfall .of; white tie fame material as the suit. has them badiy scared and if he is ,

'fi marabqut. For this season of the year.a negligee not elected governor of New York Handlers of Everything. OC LA. FLORIDA
VA, sage green velevt tat with a shirt is Just as appropriate as in it win be because he will not havea

5 flat erowD,'of medium height. and a winter.. They are still made with fair count. The majority of the .

:- ; straight, narrow1 brim is trimmed pl: h and they still have the soft turn v-.ters are with him.

> :;.with a whole, sable, body head, tail back cuff if they are made In .
and all, ,and three ostrich tips of accordance with the best style. .

: + soft .. The high standing collar, turned End Man Has Not Terminated Yet. White Fly Destroyer-. and be Assuredof
_ a' Interlocutor-Well, Mr. Bones, I ALWAYS GO TO
Soft silk sashes with embroidered oyn, Still remains appropriate for Perfect Trees and Large.
understand you're' working now. f -
scalloped edges are seen upon .&ome this ,season- of the year. I Crops.
__ -S ... S of' the sheer French Bones-Wno is he?
gowns. They Nothing b more modish for this
are either used as a 'short wP sted season than tan shoes which Who's who? "Target Brand;' after every ,man-

_1 girdle or are passed around the waist smartest when darkened, and .look are as This man. you speak of. ner year of of test use, in has Florida been after proven its to first be InO Best and PUrBst it Place!

several times drawn .to the top of if ,they 'had been well worn, although You don't understand me. I meanI the most efficacious remedy ever ;-
the 'girdle swathing In the back, and th-;. dust be no suggestion of shab- hear you are earning your living provided for the'destruction of this
+- tied there the falling'ends giving a biness. pest. It is a soluble mineral and veg-
etable oil combination with adhesive
short waisted yes. I am hanging around a '
: Empire suggestion. Patent .leathers have no place-, in j properties, so that after it has been --- -
Tbe. same arrangement is good for the present style' of evening shoes butcher shop. sprayed on the tree and foliage it
; ,and silk or 'ribbon sash and fringes except when pumps are worn with Hanging around? remains there for a great 'length' of
-, ,. on sash ends are again gaining in popsty i the evening! shoes at night. Biscuit Yes. I hang the meat on the time continuing Its effective work. :Our Edibles and Drinkables are as Clean
hooks. I am going to quit, though.! This preparation is used by the
: colored dog skin are the proper Horticultural Commission, of Orange
t' .. 1 Veils are' more 'Important' than ever .- glc vjr for gentlemen. I don't like the butcher. He's' too county and pronounced entirely satisfactory and Pure as Pure Food Law
l to the fashionable :woman and the Since, the essentials of evening"dress snubblsh. ., for fighting and controlling any
4. -Iloating:,folds ;of-chiffon, net, etc., are alow little room' for exercising Does he snub you? this pest. ,
very becoming if artistically adjust. sonal taste, one must perforce look per No, but he cuts the meat every fruit'It cleans in thorough up the shape.tree, foliage and could imagine them to be.

ed. The lace veil bids become to the incidentals for :anything really day. I've"got the laziest brother on Write Jos. Bumby Orlando, Fla.I
4 : S a winter favorite and the Tosca net earth.. He is just like a successful air for testimonial .list of prominent Our establishment has been refitted
new.A ship. growers who have used "Target
with decorative borders
are popular.
ilea is'to white shirt
new wear a "
',.,. White net dotted In black.' and .embroidered with a solitaire pearl stud and a I Why is he like a successful airship Brand. 10-12-lt according to Sanitary Measures and the

In a vine trailing floral design ?
waistcoat with a ingle center button, "
above 'a hem of white chiffon Is He won't work.InterlocutorMr. The Florida Life Insurance Company.Mr .
also pearl. Of course there are invisible only thing in it remaining Old' and
5 ,. : ; .one: ot'the., .,new things. inside buttons on the waistcoatto Tambo, I hear : ; H. F. Coyne, of Jacksonville, is =w
'.' Bangles and bracelts of you have bought a setter dog. in the city in the interest of the Flor-
n every keep It from bulging and creasing. Matured"
{ style under the sun,-chains, ropes, Co'ord studs and sleeve links never Tambo-yes, and he's the smartest ida Life Insurance company. This are our

thin bands set with crystal "gems," accompany formal evening dress: dog I ever saw. company has only been writing Insur-
wide flat bands of solid metal or of That so? ance since May of this year and to
only pearl or moonstones are in
s 5 .filigree heavy, round "slave bangles," good form. With the Tuxedo suit, Yes, last night at supper time he date has issued policies to the amountof Whiskies Wines I Beer.

P. and hoops set half way' round with however, which is wholly informal, went into the dining 'room and .set half million dollars. The companyis ,
t garnets, green crystal, or" American OIJC bray wear any of a variety of the table. :My sister has had three capitalized at $1,000,000, with head
"i .' >3appiires. These husbands all named William. quarters In Jacksonville. Its officersare
;v y are very pretty for
". precious and semi-precious stones. Our
,i --: the?..shirt-sleeved girl. She's a wonder, isn't she? :M. D. Johnson, president; Randall way of doing business is the

,t. ".;|f ;:'Grapes are.much' In evidence on the '> No, she's a Bill collector. She left Pope, first vice-president; P
for Carnival.
\ Billing the.
.r .. f fnew,': ,; hats and most lucibua color effects :At the' headquarters. of the Jackson- her husband. D. Cassidy, second vice-president; H. same courteous and appreciative mode

v are obtained in them, for they sonville carnival association last You mean Will Smith? B.. Race, secretary;. O. S. Albritton,
.' shade Yes. There's something funny treasurer. All the above gentlemenare have
: *r '. thoroughly: many of the fa'shlonable week stacks of bill board sheets por- we employed, for years and
; it too. well known in any
;.. ** 'colorings and are particularly traying the attractions that will be Florida business
-Ii5*; S :'- effective. In' the browns purple blues, seen at the>carnival In Novemberwere What? circles, and the manner in which the favors bestowed will receive

U., )' 'mys and greens. Golden yellow, received: ,and 'the billing of the She wasn't dead and yet she lefta company has started out indicate; upon us
; )' .white and purplegrapes are often : Will Ed. Rice has ,a horse that's that It is 'to become one of the
state will bean this week. Florida strict and
\ a: :<':& { ,> "combined, and flowers or plumes are will bec/posted on the'. carnival. which a bright animal. I largest institutions of its kind in the prompt attention.
',,'oftep 'sedavtth the He has? I south, Mr., Coyne Is in the city
'r fruit.jLongd.gloves for
L, .. ; ; will be held November: 5th. to 10th. '
;t.;Uffif.,"}. ...1's'. _. ';',. .:.. : : are shown' In ev- in-memory of the great firfie of 1901. Yes; last night Ed. was riding the the purpose of establishing a' dis-: Our constant aim is 'To Please"

'.: .'. ;;,'" ; :--t! '. sty .color; match' every gown, no Every town will advertised from horse and he passed a(,'1.bride' .] and trict agency here.A .
:'': S '. -. ',t.i, '4JnAtter1'h' t; shade., For street wear Pensacola to Key West, and a great groom in a hack. What do. yOU,1' suppose Try, us and be convinced.
., J'J-;" :the .elb<$r/ gloye in tan that horse did? v-J. Certain
: graj& and deal of information be purveyed Cure for Croup-Used for.
'tarn <; L I don't know. Tell us what hedidHe .! Ten Years Without Failure.
ere he.'POPular.. through the mails{and the press: It a ,
t.. "' :r'OSeveraf,W odels ftof', dre&ing j gowns is tQ .let everybody know what an immense threw Rice.-Denver Post. hardware Mr. W. C. Bott, a Star City I 1t.( Respectfully yours,
: 1 '. that t1 snuck merchant,..Is enthusiastic in
prove heralded
sere celebration will be givin this his praise of Chamberlain's Cough
'S. simplicity tiu4 ;1 aildred gowns la' a year In Jacksonville, that the carnIval The Omaha Packing. company ,Armour -. Remedy. His children have all been

-:1: myth for,. .this season. The fashion;, people are pushing the advertising &: Co.. and Libby,. McNeil and: subject to croup and he haa used this STRA USB & CO. H
...tI *ble wo Jd than to be more* artistically;. and to gpt record crowds here Libby were Saturday adjudged guilty remedy for the past ten years'an; <
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; although they much feared '
:,' ;. tUboratif JKe cjoup,
}< ever. influence It will of
have short
for the on sue- selling weight lard and his wife: and he always felt 'safe !,
;:11; '. : '.: Broadcloth, is 'the material for all? 'cessive attractions of this kind.I' fined $:5 each by Justice Sheldon In retiring when a; bottle of Chamber upon Wholesale and Retail

;:) ::. ,TJj0/flrs: 4s .of green, with a.jc-end. :. -' Chicago. The packers through their lain's Cough Remedy was ip the Liquors,
\tp.. : $triple bOx- 1a1ted skirt the plaitsheld Thi chIP es: Verdict does not miss attorney, Ralph Crews, contended house. His oldest child was subject F

...,'.,-t',:. .'. a:,.,......,t.M ..:. '""<: close about the htp. s., Each. plait. an "opportunity to call down the cor- that there was no violation of the to'remedy severe attacks ailed of croup, but this OCALA FLORIDA.
never to effect
,a J : ;" haS a green. lace Inset, at the foot. ner loafers and pessimists. Here is law a speedy ,
':, '1, so long as the lard' and Its' package cure. He recommended It to his!
.frhe';, natty jacket 'has green wool some' of Its wholesome advice:. "Ca- equaled the weight of lard they friends and neighbors and all who v
;! lace, applied to stimulate a double lamity 'howlers 'and chronic' malcontents purported to sell. Jn other words have used it say that 'It Is unequaled ,

.. ; bolero, Vitb;. green. velvet ,folds to have no place: in Cblpley. Ifyou their contention la that they' can sell for sale croup and whooping cough. For
by all
i- druggists
U outline '.eath one. It .Is. effectively are not satisfied here there are any old thing' they can pack lard In m

& .' .lightened_ abound the collar'and front: other; places-and,other people who and.charge,the same price for it as The very best solid mahogany three READ THE
41 r'if ., ; *7 'lace. marguerites.. In white and wish to buy yours here and'move In." they'do for lard piece parlor: suite can 'be found at OCALA BANNER I
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.:t'js$' iHeV- ...;prleans,4 *. Oc 1 IS.APPROACHIN'

',rs ii8gion was ;

t vclone, Red Rock Ginger Meis .. : ': '... JII ; :.. -7-3

.':,: |:\0,, -Joss:,y".\.ve. .cf. (six re.... : : -the premier:'home. beocrage' 'f\: '1.. Ps ;i', ::<' i'.". ._ ,_.- _-t_&-. .';.._,.,,-,,,,,,,_,,. _.. _._ i'.L,,tY.o- ." -_

e1)r; inj .Taken with or after mew, it is so1 valuable an.
..{{heavy storms 1 aid to digestion that many leading sanitariums t :', : :1' '.
-|>country within order it, carrels at the time,. for the use of their "

..z.._riuid. east, of convalescents and patients. It is also disorders a splendid, and Ocala, Fla, dug 23 .06.
c' remedial agent in various kidney e
<". The .damage ; ,It never, causes constipation. '
'" .In hew brleanSj the Trade I
Keep it in your home for indigestion : .
,; $l. OOOOO. 'The c t
north of New dyspepsia, etc. .

'yasted. portions" ; SOLD BOTTLED AT ALL GROCERIES, ETC., eesa We ,have just placed an order -

F'T,. 'tornado. and, &

:;! :ward of Biloxi THE RED ROCK_COMPANY, Jacksonville. Florida. second carload of the West- =

>s. .. .The first .
'ITbttnrt Route .. .-
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a< killing airs NOTICE. Cartridge Go's famous shells

'Mrs., There -i T. Needliam
(body Was found I A ''meeting of the board of county
l ,her i demolished. Un commissioners of Marion county, are prepared to name prices .j -
Florida, held on Monday, October 1, t
in. ;)Irs. 1906, the following were named as[
'Injured! and inspectors and clerks of the general Plumber mean dollars to Drop :
'.inthe.collapse election to be held in November, I TIe) you. :_-3r-.., ,
1906: JS;' -
t.he'l-: :) Delphine Ocala Dist. No. 1, box No. 1C. !' -

;of.Baton. Rouge j',. M. Livingston, J. T. Lancaster, D. A. 91d] Gas fitter, a card for quotations. : .
St. James .
i In I Miller Inspectors; J. M. Graham .
"Whose name I s' clerk.. Box No. 2.-D. S. Wiliams. .t :
;;:rkilled. ,, while set John Pasteur. W. C. Jeffords Inspectors LANG, SWAITZ &CO.
W. clerk
; W. Clyatt
daughter and .in- Roddick Dist. No. 2-S. L. Friday, HAS OPENED' UP HIS NEW
:&180.a, negro C. M. Cam, L. S. Light, inspectors;
t injured. sys Ed. Rob, clerk.Flemington SHOP ON'THE.CORNER OF Exclusive Wholesale Grocers in Ocala. .
blown down In : Dist. No. 3-W. D. .
.: ; .
". '\ ', it Mathews C. H. Gray, Ben Mixson,
;.- 4 ;: hatpula, which Jr., inspectors; D. E. Mathews, clerk. SPENCER BLOCK, WITH A J
':.' ..about. eleven one Cotton Plant Dist. No. 4-J. L. B.
E:.e,. s .aid '.son were Hudgens J. F. Parker,. J. H. Pierce FULL LINE OF SANITARY
.: oil 'their; house Inspectors; C. Y. Miller clerk. -THE-- I

' f' children of Mr. the J.Romeo A. Wiggins Dist., J.No., B.5-A.McGehee J. Markham; inspectors AND MODERN "PLUMBING '

'5 ju ed. A. ; Joe J. Turner clerk. arion Hardware Company r
ii 4:! injured, there.. I Heidtviile. Dist No. -A. R. GOODS. WHEN IN NED OF :

- ra: notber re Brooks H._A. Ross, R. D. Inspectors .. ." -
.'. ; Charley whiddon" clerk. FIRST CLASS SANITARY ; ;
leans about -
the Shady Dist. No. 1-T. J. Barnes, .
: -"': ivo were lost John Morrison James Goens Inspectors PLUMBING CALL ON HIM. Wire Fencing
.ag e. reached $' ; J, M. Douglass clerk. I ,

{'tfi.' persons were .' the Summerfleld Dist No. 8-J. W. SasH [Doors and Blinds l'
Wildings were .Davis, W. S.' Grimes L. B. Branch ,

K J :'eAty-ftve of :.Inspectors Lake Weir; S., J.Dist Dillard No., clerk.9-Charles Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,
r :/" The tornado Clements J. H. Moon H. H. Harris, ."- ,.. S
i% ,has a cloud Inspectors; W. 'E. McGahagln clerk. it W'ill :- '< .. ; .:' Mill and Mining Supplies,
. Jgof 'thq earth. Moss Bluff, Dist. No. Iftr-E. L. Mar 1 .- "' -v-* !'.=' "
"' tin J. T. Lewis A W.:Fort, inspectors > Turpentine SnPPlies.
: _\ 'lags some } : J. C. Pillans, clerk. : .
f l ''.tlreiy as it of Graliamvllle Dist. No. 11-P. L.I Pay You l '
Tools! = b
,* uentlYI t Duriso, B. I. Hull P. T. Randall, Inspectors : IJ"I '. Improved Farming : ] a
L f ?!!nces on one I ; B. L. Hickman, clerk. .
,*': !1en i Salt Springs Dist No. 12W. P, -
\ not> an object Williamson D. E. McRae, Enoch You have Real t
' =.L ..disturbed. Wells, Inspectors;" Calvin Long clerk. I IF' to sell any. :
7 -oral; .minutes Fort McCoy Dist No. 13-W. S.
: 'i.and/hundreds ; il Priest G. D: Turner. Joseph Thomas, OR Marion Hardware Company
inspectors J. W. Stevens clerk.
, ; ,
,.<:ind heard, -it Tk'r: s s. Orane Springs, ,Dist. No. 14-D. \ u're thinking com
.{ torun out of I H. Mat yews; D. M. Waldron. L. T. IF
..rrflie 'saving 111 Matchett inspectors; Frank Jordan, to Florida for a home. ------ -----! .
clerk. $ J"H
.' from more
'J.,, .alt Licadale, Dist. No. 15-C. A. Mc- OR
:,:t';' as'' de Craney J. B. Booth, T. L. Johnson c-I; .
; -which,',stood b Inspectors; C. J. McCraney clerk. I IT *-You desire to invest in -

t .-:.. the- .tornado. ;! citra Dist. No. 1&-W,' J. Crosby, II kind of Florida property,
tz i (' against the go' 'D. F. Smmons, Stuart Ramey, In
: edoR.: K. Wartmann, clerk. rS.
1, ;' rthe, shock TO SEE
I Anthony No. 17-A. R. Griffin
,-f, were dented, : d. to:,, E. C. Sims, Warren Milligan, In'spectorsr OR WRITEOCALA. $ .
I J. D. Bassett clerk. -
_.1s Storm upon i Martin Dist. No. IS-F. M>.Towns- ,
:: !; Mobile, '.Ala- : l. 'or I end, J. J. Knoblock, W. P. Wood,; inspectors .. '
1" passed. today ; N. J. Townsend, clerk. I ,
r been Stanton Dist. No. 19-H. C. Morri 9 ls
i IS .on-J,; he have son, V; Allsopp, J. E. Adams inspectors FLORIIA.
a ,:z-'"about..twelve : (!eo. E. Snow, clerk.' '
t |H Not! loss..of life Blit !1ton, Dist No. 20( -J. B. s % !

1 .J''OWing: tor the Georgj E.: !.. Ferguson' W. P. Ham- r h
:-- S. J.' McCully, Jerry
'U1f U Is ,l h:=. Com- mone clerk.:: inspectors; .

-'-'1ie.' 'any. Tue Ruth Belleview Dist No. 21-J. A. Freeman -

'r :100 feet" ,, wide ni I J. -L. Wishnant Joe Lucius inspectors Merchant''Tailoring. 7
t The Western ; O. M. Gale clerk.

r. Lpany not only some McIntosh,,Dist No. 22-J. W. Reed,
", the! Mobile es- H. M. Estridge, J. S. Neal inspec-
tors; W. E. Allen clerk: .
: NIt also
lost es
? : Pedro Dist. No. 23-S. G. Lovell
|. :yule\and' Ocala, Florida.
: New J. 'C. Perry H. R. Shaw inspectors. ;

},. .#.d. The wt the M. M. Proctor clerk Finest Imported,and* { r
Dunnellon. Dist No. 24-J. L. Leit-
hyeously Domestic Cloths
be tier I. J. Titcomb H. D. Wood in- ,
the Candler Dist. No. 25-J. N MarshalJ.

.t ; slightest more ., 0. Hightower-; J. H. Mathews Albert McLain clerk.. inspectors Fits Cutting Guaranteed.a FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK f.- :

w ma- spectors; W. J, Mixon clerk. 'JETWEEN, .
{ .Tips have elec- Sparr, Dist. No. 26-D. L. Grantham "

1' 'custom In IJ.,LovelU E. Civils.W.clerk.D. Eminisor inspectors;, J Jacksonville and New York. -

;::.''dope ,but is. Eureka, Dist No. 27-E. E. Howard,I nd/Wt .
items$ in the' J. .
Hr Prevatt Henry Dudley inspec- '
BANK Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both irayi.T3S -
f expenses. All ,tors; Irvin Wellhorner, clerk. '
$5,000 FQTEST ST2AKS2IK fif TSX 5HtI33.
s''houses now I Levon Dist. No. 28-J. Y. Hicks R. R. Fare Paid. rand ,
taken on tultioc. t
i H. E. Morris, M. B. Pritch'ett inspec ,
!;: It .is told F. Turner clerk. cheapest on earth. Dont delay. Write />- -

i ., the :custom pelt C. L. Whitehead, W. A. Flnley, FREIGHT SERVICE BBTWHBH 5
C. C. :, clerk. :
Priest jr
inspectors; '
'. :it, ,took ar ... Martel Dist: No. 30( -Henry Seekinger. l' tm/ vgR. ,arid', ( (} Jacksonvllle. ,..Boston and Providence,
S ,at the M. P. Fiink.- F. W. Butch in- and all Eastern Points. .

.: see If the Tick- spectors; Arthur Cuthill, clerk. ... smog at CUrleriM ways.
'l ntl3L: ; 30; Fairfield Dist. No. 31-A. G. Youge, ... w .
I : .He. gave no Oc J. B. DeVoe, C. C. Wills Inspectors.; WIIIJ V SEMI WEEKLY SAILINGS.
I D. B. Payne, clerk.
I ., which' ,relates Geiger. Dist. No. 32-Charles: Curry, s !....:..-.--..-..--. ....-...... -............................ fr$m LiwU Wiri, It IIi a

ed; he ;limit ; D. R. Zelrouer clerk. .,., .
', ha:had song' s S.. T. SISTRUNK. River Line.
,ibis baggage Ange- Clerk Circuit court, Marion County, ,. Johns

aid several Tick. I "To Cure a Felon1 I ._1-. --, Between,Jacksonville and Sanford
: "in vain 15 says Sam Kendall of Phillipsburg, ("
Have fall stock of Coffins "''
; ,He'.was made .I I Kan"just' cover it over with Buck- and Burial a .Outfits. 8ccUl .given 'S' p tat. a; PtlitU JLitir, I4r !ir4 ( JCtai ) ui Utit rmtdAtt!
weal en's Arnica Salve and the 'Salve will Burial"services.ErnbDIID. :t&11i1 St l.u. liTer.
do the rest. Quickest cure for burns, \ .
is''three boils, sores scalds wounds piles to Order Steamer City of Jacksonville ,
,that the. !". Eczema salt rheum chapped hands ,
,. .
S. are pGi4 tee ta Sail as tsflsw : Leave JukMariU dailr. except Saturday. IV uai
4 K to be' a. Tick sore. feet and sore eyes. Only 25 .., sastord ditty ezorat> SIIaday.a1.3. a...
': -plshed '30 Tydings & Co.*. drug 'store. Guar- .
,'... or ; anteed., m w : '

..r .:s ; .. :. F S- fS-tJl.SouIl4 head Oow. SCHE'DULE. N.rttt-Beast Rant .0 .
't' ;=Attack of WANTED-Two good_ teamsters and
t, I. Ttrrft 8ae-i'are trt beouu* (S '
,. Dcss1 of days two good work bands to helparound ep9tinuetr .. ,
w''JAdt.o8rlll. .. ArriYe
il t
dereivpnu1t-tJU Leave ) m. GO"
y :'" I.. era 'and a milL Apply to W. J. < expert can In w.&kag atrarrrao tlaa" .... i 4S p.v.. ...... ........._._. PaI.uta '_- ....r.. ,,...w.,- Lan I.a sit _
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toMt other ; .
w ; Tick. '' enor 3.u 11I. "' =- .. 1 P po-
b hoes'; : Lohrig,64 W. Broadway Ocala: .we art eecmtht.-tit RT vthf', __.______St. Pnuuria_.,....-_ ....rwyr.... .. I OJ p.sti' :--
owe. e+bt.v eledL = _... Su'or4 ... __ .
..',' to xny. git. .. Ue3 Ned: *I 1 t ee Arrive.. to a 3s.00 LIIL f. 81. .rFeterprise..r.rr, "+ _, .. .0 9
- 1- ;Cbam ber1 ''p M.FERtYACO.M '." ,'
: :;': IMarr-oea, : Fine'' Brood' Mares. Gen.tit falunge and Ticket Office 122 West: Bay' cklQnvill.. .
.5_ : rarely_ and .I to- We, have,just gotten in .a car load ....,.:. '. .
i .aediclnei : of the finest brood 'mares ever' brbig-t % '
: ; P_ V, rRONMONGEZ 1z.. Asirt Gea Pau. Agent ,ni Vast BarSt. itckwnriUe,Pit. "
'''' he 'the'state., and to'see1hemlSt: 'adnireTthem.
ti.1: to FF I? M Y % fi;GeorlRta.Itz.. Freiz Aieot. t_P,.r.onu., Superintende-l. ,
i', <'" a'.as!: : en ; .. We will sell Clem'at ,7 I LrliJ Pool at HoItam Street.Jacboll\, Fla. .- -
i_ eJfor< : very reasonable'pricea.- Come dand. AZ.U&CSRTY.Oen'tttast'uPasrAgt.NewYxt.' CLYUjS MlI.NB.GeaTm.'At.K' ..
wart.of nt. look them over at SE THEO C. EGER,, Vice President and'Centrai Manager,

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-A- ; -- -- :---' h' ,X-'A. J905'tP.nd.ered -d to the assessment by, the, ,city council, for,. I --n'Ig cf the teverm eeasure

(; z1L. ; : Z $ Mayor.Asks for Itemized, S il-1ytfce;, 'bpa Iof;: bond In?: the-w-eusuing, .._ year.: In regard to providing a s1uug

At 'thcpState Capita1 1.1 Light Plant Bond T '.u$ ;; ; :",and' ,; nS tit tie/ tt
I &. *..*f'*'O-.A'**. .. 1< i_ .. for Discharge-The. : : r; ihaC they are'\ dateS July J.t made, '"such' estimate arid furnished beg to suggest that u the IUm c< "

:: :;- '3. Written For Mounts ,. nd'a!, endorsed ''pa d'" by the it to this 'boardi' because, they have $1,115.25 laid aside yearly win ,t

:Vmdtrtts' Returpiwj: :The: Foilway{ .'and. THE OCLA, BAWNEB Monthdly': : treasurer. These coupons .to- overlooked the fact that such duty the time of the maturity of the bti '..
I : ed Paid.. .
r with"those1 attached to' the was imposed upon them. That they provide the necessary funds for i. ::, "

'LIiI.bVM. .n..Have Hwrlog Before Hoil- !lyi bonds referred ',to "in 'my believed 'they had discharged their ing Ujem off. this amount be proJ4.; -

_ i ... STIAftttJUd4 ; Miss Jefferson?"Beil.. .--, LOFFICUL) report include all interest on duties when,they had sold the beds ed for yearly when the ultJtrnftlt .,:.<.
1 : )i :fle.LFrk 'Ackms 1'i ) : Tbe/city. council 'held bonds which: are payable on and accounted. to.this,. honorable body, Is made for the taxes lot the ,vs. ;'

...... ., t. : "it ? <'. meeting .October 2, 1906.. numbered Ing
J f.1.' '- .... : 1 1. 906vand 'are : from for the/,same., Your .petitioners respectfully year.

.ltittloiecL. ;1.. S's .f. JI' J1.. b1 1..- > ... .,,: Meeting:called to.. order to twen'tlseenmcl- sive. and represent that.... .'.. fead The only) 'way that we know ct :
f 37. to,45---inclusive theirattention been called>If to whereby the trustees can b reUn 4':

--" _- >,t;",, -.x-:' RollaiI-...- 'and following -Respectfully'"submltted, this fact by this body ihat-,' they of their office is by tae appotat&wef: ','

-. .Tallahassee, Oct -October with not know/ Judge_ Palmer ,personally, present .A." G. Gates, T. J E.' K. Nelson, would have;.performed this other duty of new, trustees, and we recommft(. ,

:. iti-.mellowed sunshine reigns in 'the nor do I know what foundation therei A. Carmichael,, J.j_E.: 'Ch Social Comnjittee. and InsoL i>-> far as they have- been remiss that the council endeavor to Gal'

land of ''i ahassee. Variable as | for the rumpr.-buVi: certainly wouldbe Ford J. D; Robertson -' :
-c '- Ford moved report of. special infprpviding this, estimate Of three gentlemen who are willing w
has been 'its. first1 days at the glad to see5 Mr. Adams, elevatedto Weathers. : : I-
April these duties and
: be- adopted and president thIs'lxjb4en remissIn'prOyldlng fora assume apply to"' ,.-
capital. .The "mild September" of the United .States senate. If he .desires .- of 26 ":
I September
-u- Minutes clerk 'i1vc' 'receipt' for the thirty sinking fund for said electric light the governor for their Ippd.Dtm 1t.
the mocking bird. went out furiously4 it. He is one of, the ablest men read and approved.-! ,. :
- I- light bonds not filled out or bonds, do now ask, thaj the city All of which Is respectfully! li'
leaTing ,wide swath of desolation. in publlclife' in Florida. from'B..
a Communication
; shall take such' .. mUted
'' numbering 251 to ,280, inclu- steps as.. necessary

'We'were Just in the outskirts 'of the .*l will tell you-a story of Judge. manager of ,the anff'report be spread"upoxr. and by t: such, .means and 'methods as HERBERT A. FORD :
Inconvenienced'only -
kfonnV and! numerousljr- .
: were. Band with a
Carried. to them may; seem best to provide Cuairmsa
Wescott,. that Mr.. Davis did not tell
by the deranged schedules of the tition earnestly requesting

return in Ills sketch of him several weeks furnish b 'a- __-WV-*,... = .& .._,.. -,.-. ."' ..,C I necessary means-. and .'.take,..-, the nec E. K. NELSON.B. .
trains. .Slowly qurpeopleare : council 'the -
; .
itotake ago." /The speaker was Col. Nat 'R. Ocala, Fla., September .4, 1906. steps for the creation ,
Jngrand.llfe is beginning on free for the
lights p
Walker, of Waukulla county.; "It is the Honorable City Council of of such sinking'-fund. That your pe- Finance committee reported M tot1
4- its normal. .respect. Hon. A. C. Croom ticing in .!heir room, 1P} tioners may discharged and-if it lows on bill of Munroe & Chamblls-" .
a true story, too. He added. city of OcalarGentlemenr YO'rLp:
\\ and, ?*fr .Groom .returned: Monday: over the Commercial bank. becomes in the for $15.00 which oa motion of Dr.
I "Judge Wescott was'a ,member of undersigned-- respectfully necessary Judgmentof :
tarn Asheyilfe.Judge 'J.. B. wfiit- Mr. H. A. Ford moved !
.. Cbasfe seconded Mr.
th1'honorab1e Carmjchswas & f
? :the supreme court and a very fine "- : 'and show'unto this honor. body for successorsin $
,field, ,Mrs. Whitfleid and the children of petition Ibe :granted! 'C adopted,
: man but he would .get' on sprees. body ,that under, and byvirtue office to your petitioners to be appointed
> '
t- vwillcome 'from-. Alexander. next Chace ,mov d, that number the Council of
____ On one' occasion' he was at: St. The- ordinances of'the city of Ocala then that such other and fur- Tq City the City oft":
ek. Ex-Governor Blpxham, Mrs. be furnished band and be
.J :!
Ocala Gentlemen'Referring th'account ;
resa on a. prolonged spree and a carriage the laws of the state of Florida, recommendations may be made to :
,Joe Williams and her daughter, Mrs., hands of the nt i
super of Munroe & Chambliss ?
and such for
other trustees
was sent from Tallahassee to petitions'are heretofore recom- appointed as
Thomas. GljverRawls! are at Battery tric lights. : for :-.
J $45.00 custody of the
: are unsold
bring him back. The driver found .' by this' body to the governor necessary.
Park and will return next week. from '
c_ him with two weeks' growth of beard Communication the state of Florida for appoint I Your petitioners respectfully ask electric light bonds, we beg to report ?
Among other well known Tallahas8eeans -
addressed to
fr Conathy
his: .clothing! soiled and, his hair un-, of 7 and afterwards were appointed that they be relieved of and from any a* follows: '
who have returned
Recently electric light plant esi
f kepf altogether a 'disreputable look'ing for ..certain bonds .of the city further duties pertaining to. the In consideration of the facts **( :
theIr summer Mr. and following '
trips are mation the
-i from on forth In the .
; object. for., four: years from ,the 21st bonds nown as "Electric- Lighting our report on report df
Mrs. Juljus4 Hlrchberg, Mrs,|Hi Clay \ read: ,
/'. s 1ie was )rfturnins_tp Tallahas 'h. of March, 1898.: That under the Bonds" and that a record may be the trustees of the electric Ifcflt '_
Crawford, 'Irs Rufus E. Rose, Mr..; Cost of operating. the :
road he a man of ordi made of said bonds. we are of opinion that although .-..-
see'along a lonely saw of, section 4, an proceedings and that
and Mrs. George Gieenhow, Mrs. W. each .of, the months! jof' ,
t M. Moor. and Mr. and B. ahead walking_ with a sack of corn : i of the city! of Ocala, whichpr-- they may be' relieved of and from J the bonds should have beei.. :.:.
; September. ,,
: Mrs.CJifton \ '
_ 4; GWinn nd hfHrn.J meal slung on 'a stick over ..his. shoul- r2. Amount of business :: passed the council on May any 'other or further liability. returned to the city council Iog'prior .

der. The man was-a typical'cracker, and' was approved by :the mayor :Most respectfully submitted i to the expiration of 3 rearf'
months for
tach of said
from the date of
beenLthwarZagerate. 1 Jl. UQlYSD1J & 1>!..rt-: amount of day | became 'a Jaw;; ton May 14, 1898, W S. BULLOCK issue the city maF"
%. matter before the railroad commission -i !Iy drunk called to him to stop as f-3. Such further info petitioners were officially desig Wm.. ANDERSON with propriety) pay to Messrs. Muard4 ''::-':

Tuesday brought to Tallahassee they approached a creek that ran might Mj be1 to-' as "trustees, 'of the electric light Trustees for' the Electric' Light Bonds & Chambliss three years' rent of i '

_- an aggregation and conglomeration across .the! road. whether- the'necessary Is : bonds"for the' city of Ocaia.That K for the City of Ocala. safety deposit box. but as the pack' -;
of brain "brawn and power in the 'Do(YOu know:who I am?' he de 'petitioners", .qu Ji1ied' as trustees age of bonds in question measure O11t ;
come less and
> *jj ** **, f> \greater or : Inches about
< Yf < about twelve long by :
elM'No, sirAli &ont bonds for Upon motion ;
.1nmbrrf.I1i; railroad men and taei i j 1.fift ,4c- 4. a : attorney i4\4 t! i V ,t ,",,- \ boWl who qroa tare,' the .fcountryman the city' of Ocala and for no other ordered- that 'the report of the boardof three Inches In circumference 'lre'f.:,
) Chace moved that
< do not think that it al! : .
: answered. SWell I am a birgand, a the trustees was at nee.
They descende rpon us In a pri- ,of That we entered 'on dis 'and the report of the finance '
point Communication
:t 1 .'Tate car Monday night and had robber (his apearance bore out the -addressed. to the 1 pf our duties, sold the bonds committee on same, be spreadon essary to hire such a large deposit .>.

breakfast at the Leon Tuesday morn statement,) and, I want you to an.-e.' waived to! and the had been delivered to. us,'or as minutes and report of finance. committee box ,as the -rent charged, $15 a year, <

-ij ing.; At nine o'cltck they were, in 'But. can't dance'; Idont khbw'how..* nlsh such information.. So of them as. your body had dh adopted. would imply.
: undisputed possession of the corri- Well ypu-ve: got to dance. If you don't The 1fonowfpgbm {"'wlli .disposed of the proceeds ac- "We therefore recommend that the ':;:
: *
E '.:- .dors of the: statehouse while the big I :[am 'going 10 blow your brains out/ properly approved were to :the ordinances of 'the city Said report read as follows. clerk be authorized to pay Messrs. .:.

;funs of the party 'went into .a ,caucus and _be. brandished, a dargerous looking Pay roll electric light and under the direction of Ocala, Fla., October.2 1906. Munroe & ChamMiss three years rent ..
that' lasted..until twelve o'clock andresulted. pistol. Down went ,the sack of $146.82. Regular roll body. We made, a report of our To the President and Members of at the rate of $5.00' per year or $15.05 .;.
: .Ja an amicable adjustment; of meal, and/"rowers began a 'grotesque 252.00 : Lang Swartz & : and doings, thereof,. all of -hici! I the City Council of O ala, Gentlemen: in all f
; ;
: the' troublesome, matter' without. the'I ,. performance, the best imitation he Knight and Lang, .70; I.i. In a book that had been }:::)vid. II IIi -The undersigned members ot'your Respectfully' submitted. :'-

r assistance- of the railroad commissioi :-[!could command of fancy dancing. Co. for that purpose,' securely bound finance committee to whom 'Was referred HERBERT A. FORD.
ware $1.75} Petty
.. ', 'The, hour: set by the. commis-,! i "'Now, my good fellow said the of electric light delivered to your'pftiUcners., I ,the report of, the bond trustees Chairman. 'T

: mon for, the hearing 'was ,ten o'clock, l modern Robin Hood; 'that will do. Marion Hardware, said book and report and all of of the electric' light bonds beg E. K. NELSON; "..

<:' :..but when' that: hour arrived both par- I Come and have a drink with me.' He H. B. Masters, $ proceedings was then delivered 'to report as follows; B. A. WEATHERS. 1

: -ties'- .requested a postponement ofj!laid his pistol on the, stump of a honorable body and we asked I We find that the electric light bonds \ Report\ 'of the committee on thM-
$11.75 H.
Masters ,
i the hearing which waj granted and r tree and took out his flask."Potersuatched G. W. ; ) relieved of the duties of trus I numbered from 251 to 280, inclusive matter of the bond of the superirHJ
$17.54 Cleveland $ II :
.the1 diplomatic,negtiaUns continued I up ,th"_pistoldrew) tinghouse Man'fg. Co., $ That your petitioners supposed are all that remain unsold of the original tendent of electric light plant waif;

_ w htbbk eIuit i *; 'a.teac:! pn Judge Wescot and- f ; tinghouse Electric and i'l', they had been relieved and issue, and that they together adopted, which read as follows:

Vtiirh3 'Nowby 'Gun a, ''dance 'somei"! with those numbered from 1 to 250 ,
Ft In ere S: F. Parrot, : you they had1 performed all of the ,
$13.20;, Western Electric Ocala Fla October 2 106.
_ flee-president ,of S. & F. railway i The judge expostulated entreated 'pertaining to them, but some and from 261 to 320 inclusive sold
F ... ..... thejg. Bills for city lighting $ of '
----- To the City Council the. City
-4 ;; Mr C. RT "Capps,, general i aid offered'v'aluabir'brlber )nt his Gates, $2.40; Mclver and afterwards your petitioners I by said'trustees constitute the wholeof Ocala, Gentlemen-In reference tfl

-if. freight agent of the Seaboard; J. M. late victim was obdurate. 'Dance', or that thfre was no record said issue, and we recommend
$5.00 W. E. Nix $24.66 D.
: ; ; the communication from the mayot,
CcUer! :. general 'freight.*agent of the :Til blow your. brains out' and the i report or acts! of your peti i that the receipt attached thereto be
i $6.00; T. W. Smith & Co., I referring to the fact tnat a bond has
'- t F.} W. L. Pierce, of theSfc Judge->'"danced. 'Now wallow was the as such trustees. That there- signed by the city clerk and the president -
T E. Biggs! $2.50; P. 0. I not been secured for the superintendent '
I Johns 'Terminal: company;' James l next command-- and his> honor wal- on the 26th day of February i ,of the council and delivered to -
Vi4.85 Martin & Cam
of the electric light plant, webeg'
,- : Menzies',..general, ,frdght'agent' of the i lowed. 'Now,get up. I've a good'mind- nier Robertson, .70. your petitioners again, filed a i the said trustees.-r to report:

A.:'C. Lj'> ES.,'Ryan,,superintendent, to blow your brains out. anyhow- Upon motion of Dr. to this honorable body: show I We find that the bond trustees
That in bur opinion the taking VwtJ
.., ,' and Ji)D.-..Kyle, .assistant- superintend your and your negro's top. Get In George C. Pasteur, that the. reports had heretofore I ha,e failed to notify the city council a bond for the said superintendent.

_ *, e1 t. the"Seaboard AJr Line;; W: I your arriage'and go home: I'll"keep Grace Episcopal church, made that no record had been I each year, as provided by ordinance would simply be throwing away the ',:-.

%- ::i .'!IIhl Stllwell I" 1 : lumberman of this pistol to remember-' you by. for 'one 20' amphier meter: thereof! that the papers Hied of the amount necessary for the sinking amount of the premium in whica

_; .tr i.t t .;:7&TAnnah; J. J. .Paul, ,Watertown, dered pateL; been lost, that the books in which fund and interest of 'said bonds, opinion we have- reason to believe:;:

W. IE..Gulett, 'G, D. Gray J! R. Page A Low Down. Trick. BiU of Crosby 'Lumb'er) proceedings were recorded In consequence of which no sinking; the mayor himself concurs.'i;;

t, George"'H('May, Frank,E. Waymir.J"redW.'Buckey I It is said that a man in a neigh, for >.",92 was refered to been mutlated 'and we again pre-[fund has been'provided for said bonds i We would therefore suggest that;;

-i- .. Joe King, and .many borla? t !\\n recently"resorted! to the mittee. to this honorable body our I until last year when 'your finance the matter be referred to the city attorney ?

meanest tricfe on record to get his of all of whict committee recommended that $1115.25be
;;; others of:more or less note. :accounts,
Upon motion of Mr H. for report as to whether the-
:. Judge;Raney and.John .',Hartridg wife' to 'dig up the gardea. He went seconded by' Dr. Chace :; are set. forth in a petition here I laid as a sinking fund for these concH Is bound under the statute to"

,Colonel'Kay and,JV C.; L'Etogle-. .at out ,,;ith.a. spade' and a hoe. ,and after bill of Ocala Water I presented to this honorable' I bonds' for that year. ] throwaway the city's money nse-..

thm ys. for tne, railroads and' J.; M. searching ar)1m4for' a while he $1023.75 for quarter and set out at length in the The council itself had been remissin lessly. :

Barrs; attorney. forth. ; 'l mberm' n, went' to the house to wash off a dime ber 30, 1906 was"" of a meeting held 'by this that, it 'did not see that the bond HERBERT A. FORD

: 'the anda quarter, Back: to the garden : 15th of March trustees made the reports
J irerajnotable fignres, in crowd.. ,1 Upon motion of tMr. Ford, on the day" necessary "* Chairman.

: The >comprpmlse ratfes' accepted by he went whistling "The Good Old oflicers' refered at page 712 on the minute book and that the sinking fund. was laid,
were. ; jto K. NELSON,
( tbembrrnenara: ., ; follows;: Summer TimeJ' Presently he came: mittee! .." ., body. Your petitioners show aside as provided by the ordinance.We B. .A.. WEATHERS. -

back 'agajn "'Ths, time'''he showed which do not find evidence ,in the -
CJrossUe-whaffage, including not :, !- ; .F : It was moved by Mr.:" i by the ordinance under any Mr. H. A. Ford reported that he bad'examined -
ever sixty i days storage,. handling at ano.thIiiartei. and r :remarked that acted they' were required to de records that the bond trustees ever ;
: "7-" :ried that a committee pf the reports of the city attorney :

'I;. owner's. .. expense, l'?,per 'tie. -one coiti he iCoiild & take .a pap; he .pointed by the chair: to, to this body the unsold bonds made any specified tender of the unsold and found them correct aad' :..

Storage eaciUadditional thirty days had made enough for one, :day. any- had been heretofore delivered bonds to the city council, or that
of the draW"warrant
question inadequate moved that clerk be authorized to z
; cf' fractional rtI.Jihereof'; following how. When he awoke (?) ,his wife, and that said bonds should the city councn'In any way refusedto :?
"" water of the city for the amount of $66.02
jthe first&,slxtf.days, "On -*'half"cent' had the whole lot JJug 'up.' She" hal- Special committee by the city countl. That receive them. On the contrary the commission on back taxes. So or: "

;; -'pertle. > not found.. a cent.-Dallas (Ga.) New meeting reported as from 'said report or.the undersigned Herbert A. Ford and E. dered. '

... Lumber-wharfage.. Including storage Era. thereof heretofore referred to, K. Nelson, the, former as chairmanof :
; Ocala. Fla., The bills of the city for 1ghUng1were
.. did present the your finance committee, and the .
_ for snot .exce dlngmxtt' days, Tp_ he City Council you petitioners ordered
'.. handling atf ownersf expense, 'per I Georgia Turpentine. Operators Meet .bonds and a statement. of their. latter as clerk of the city council paid. -
Mr- Ford bond of cleri
Gentlemen reported on
.,'"" '. thousand feet, beard: njeasure, ..twejatyfive The. turpenti perators og Georgia .. :-I have' and asked, that they be de met with: two pf the,bond trustees i. '
that it was the usual bond given. -
bonds of,
: : cents. Storage.feach .additional met in Savannah Thursday for general. .the\ city, but for some reason your e. W. S. Bullock and Z. c. Chambliss
'. dated March D.: ; Dr. Chace, moved for adoption'finance ofj
1 A.
-4 thirty days per' : thousand' feet the purpose of' discussing plans for ,; 1905; but for some reason your some: time, in "Febroary, A. ,D., 1904
by.tI committee whole which
it tendered as a
twenty-five cents: i Sxfcig uniform''wage scales. nary ,never destroyed. said .bonds. and with them checked up the unsold -i

-S- Where does .the" railroad' ix'niIiF .' ,vJlfty; :operators from the turpentine trustees to the city co i your petitioners. now again there bonds and asked them if they: was seconded and carried,

- -T: ,zion >come; in?" I heard one of, the"_were present., The organization that, they are nine in) to this honorable body' the i were a : that\ \itime.. ady to,, .deUver Judiciary committee requestedther

; .. :" commissioners askvthe;, other Iwo: ot, the, Geprgia operators- Is understood ed from 28 to 36 inclusive ld bonds and beg to refer to and the'them as represenUng the time to report on matters ,?'.
: '.,,' _- "Thlsjate has been aqcepted andi-fil?. 'to be jn.ciosa'ony with all have attached ,interest a part of this petition the, pre city. To this Judge Bullock. made ferred to them

.. ed with, us, and js Jn force," was, the the, recent .action of Turpentine' dated from.July: 1, 1906 to that we. heretofore made reply that before! the bonds were Street committee reported streets]
. ''. ,:-' answer "and, when we adop- the rule Operators' Association of Florida, 1925; and the same bear ,that is now a'part. of, your records turned over be desired to, make a badly washed out.

& .F- ,I ..:-. :We have prepared-Chat.the" IxTstin? which: declared for a certain scale of tug endorsement: '"City of your minute book, that you will further report "to the city council Fire committee desired furthgj

_ '. June 11, 1S06; W., TV Gary" the said bonds and destroy This time. Granted '
and report made
'L rat&canaot be paltered without the wage for labor placed a heavy was under 'date of

'L' -.,; approval ,of the.xommissidn-j-we. will.penalty for the violation of the.iroo: urer" This endroseraent same and that: ,your petitioners February 26, 1904.. recorded":minute Market .ommittee," recommended. ttCL -,!

: ,:.Z?;' 'have:! accbmplfshed; all "we desired*in ment. the face of each bprid 'be relieved from any obligation book page :712.: but the bonds.were Mi Livingston have the enL
:;' '. and everjr coupon'attached one of the front stalls at market. f|
_ ," created bT reason of said not 'fumed'over '
: ; '; the matter. Re,olutipns; were adopted; providing ; to the. council., .
: -\ -;; ; ..< ;: Cfc r--.Hespectf -s? Tour petitioners further: show can Report was on motion adopted("
a .maxium penalty .of $250 to be ;" **, u.iDLi see no reason why the
r'- ;-.- Mr, John Mt:Ca! Welt; the!veterau 'imposed., llP n. any-member... violating Special -at the. "time', ..,they' -, acted'. ;: under. the- bond" trustees could not 'have deliv- Market committee's. report as if.
which belief .was snared ,in :ered the : building market .on north side 3 i
A newspaper, ..manol the :scale. ?> !insold bonds to, the city
t }as\let2.s'ie wage
: '. -:' -Ocala, Fla- 'Se board that their only duty was 'council when the town 'deferred till next meeting.-; :.
ol the iTi i, time arrived
: .notables eeen.. I proper
capital! '
.k' ,, fast ,week. "I have 'been, in .he news- V '!.' Th ..Breath .f Life.. i To ;the City: Council of. ; sell said bonds. account for the for such delivery in the same manner Building committee reported j$|

Gentlemen, have d;- deliver the proceeds to this that.the trustees of rafts referred to .them at last weet
1nlSineSS\Jort: ght"l'rearS. IUI the general bonds
; !
if isa: 'significant fact 'that the {:t
I : Mr. Caldwell! paid iutorest r ?'*1' of' Dispose of them under their,; of the city approved and report was tbereuj :
: ;, rand, ha'febeen trying strongest animal*of its size. pie gorilla .. recently delivered to the
; I !. : :for fortySlx to get but of it Is p:. ,also has the largest lungs Pow --- and have, the remainder ,of council the bonds pf this issue .recently adopted.- -

: '.: ;. j) s !: r (l 'J '"" .. erfullungsmeans..poweifuLcreatures.How 'bonds' cancelled.. Believing that purchased! by the city and bt Report of light and water eo : '
; 4-: ;...1> f. : to keep :Jthe. breathing, organs ,have done all that was 'neces- them ,received tee was'left over till next :mee&gi
-- from the
., '"<. it' 'man'schiefestistuQY.. city treasurer
"_ :'" : ? Speaking of Jasper, reminds me of like thousands yof others, Mrs'"O. 'A. ,. they have 'taken, .no. Jturther<:. without any demand beIng made Council thereupon

): :' two political tumors that came from Stephens; of Port Williams O;, has or done any other' act.or fh g.. :upon, them by, the cIty.. : H, C. SISTRUN&fClerk t!

"'' __ :>: :nflton county to the, capital last learned how to" dor this.>'King's She writes New: petitioners: are, now advised :We find 'that the re ord book: kept City of
of Dr.
_ _! .'-]). ''week whicK:; however 3Ir.. Caldwell "Three'Discovery, stopped my cough" of two .!'!:.TDaftt"CURE" t und section; .9 of, an ordinance. by the, bond trustees, and by them :
> :fa n9t'U1 "':author One the this. onor ble body that it became apparently Lame Back. ,
.- was .to.- years and cured me.of. what my 1. .0. ', turned over to the city This ts ailment with
an .ttBj
-: I .' -effecit'that Hon. B. H Palmer friends thought consumption, O,. its ICK was the- duty of yburSetitioner council '
,.. ... .th ,disdiaguTshed .. ?, 'or the clerk was grosslY; mutilated Chamberlain's Pain Balm has pro, ,'
> ; troubles. urnl''IIIMNI't
:: :'Lake City Jurist might be grand for throat'and.lung uuOf' a board Ouzteesfor. said bonds '
/ ) & 'Co... drug- most, of the leaves: having especially valuable. In almostrnlstance
t' ".. Guaranteed by Tydings tWY YtARS TO er macs?
;, '''among""those' who,also ra 1"-,for governor gistJL. Price 50 cents. and f 1.00.. ,Trial tuR I l trr RUAPIItI11 ron oiUASf n JICCK of ui 1I :to."the:city.council the'numv been, cut: : out or carried off,. though it affords prompt and ,_,
"- AltlWES :
It in.,the. _next. -Wnpatgn.Th, tb- bottle free., .. -. 'm nLGItMAN BlOT NOD and '.amount, the, said .bonds, : some:'of.tbem thateontained some of nent. relief.' Mich Mr., Luke LaGrug-4'A.fte :._
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.;er'.ws.. that Senat;.Frank Adams isaplns 1CIIt*6IV. (f1'4 tRiAL All SAt Ym that,lan, estimate of .the ther'ee rds says :
; "screen 'D. ,_ pertaining; to the bale 'of .
,If you want a -.porch, *:cheap '"-2J CEtfTS& ( ing.a,plaster and other remediel
'. .ids" personal\.affairs so.,,thafCiiecan here lsvypwchance..-. -lOnly:af, ew"left "i""smlYlU.'l'VPaU ZWL .te asary, to be, 'raised for the,_ _.bonds were cut. 'out weeks for: a lame back I pur '
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f,t.-'i-THE; ..GA1DEN.. ; .T:- 'J'. OF THE_. c flDc7.at7 Dapt'j tm1 NOTICE..OF' ,APPw+viiTFORLEAvE ; NOTICE- OF ADOPT PETITIONERS CHILD. TO

; df=' '' r r= DEARTH., '. U TO. SELL MINOR'S
'i: -
: ;'t LAND.,
To the Public:
ti1;? the',Editor.Ocala Banner; .1.1t I II I Take'notice that on Monday the 8th-

2''<*: La, Belle, Fla. Oct. 8, ,1906.. ..btice is hereby given that on the day of October, A. D. 1906. or as soon

:"'.(:r'#,, T 'Dear Col Frank:-One of the m'r 1 : 22 day of October, A. D;. i906 r will thereafter 'We may be heard we

;' .." pleasant feature of the "great j apply to the Hon. Joseph Bell, county will file our petition for the adoption
of infant F.
an child Joseph Valzana
eechobee excursion" was that I did judge in and for Marion county,
with the clerk of the court for Maryion
ky ')not meet you except, to speak to you at j state of Florida .at his office in Ocala;. county Fla, fifth Judicial circuit

r a.:distance as our boats were* passing, I .m in said county, for an order author' of Florida, and WIll as-soon thereafter

as' I wanted to have a long talk to I izing me, as guardian off the minor as we comply with the statute, pray

.... you and punch you under the "111thr heirs of the estate of J. R. Easterlin, for fifth an judicial order circuit from court.the judge of the .

rib' :"" Removal deceased to sell at private sale' the FERDERICK B. KERVAN,
t It was awful nice In you, Col. m ; following property belonging to said IDA W. KERV AN.

f-< Prank, to .spend your valuable time estate, to-wit: Commencing 2L25 Norwalk. Fla., Sept. 7, 190S. 9-7

': .and money in coming way down hereto chains west of northeast corner, of

}, ;. the Jumping. off place; it was nice section 25, township 13 south, range NOTICE

-" in all of you great big fellows to 1 Notice Wm 20 east,. thence west 21.25 chains, -
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial -
j'J come and view the "promised land," thence south 39.93 chains, thence .Circuit of Florida in and

? -which today if the good people will east 21.25 chains, thence south 22 for Marion County-In Chancery t

adopt that constitutional amendment, chains thence east 8.10 chains, thence .

is' and will be the "garden spot" of Store'og. WM north 17 chains, tehnce west 7.80 -

the state. ; We Must Vacate Our ) chains thence north 5.30 Andross Esther Williams Williams, ,Complainant Defendant.-, vs. i

3 Old Dame Nature has been fixing up .chains thence west 30 links, thence Order for Constructive Service.

this trick .for ages and ages. She December 31 Next m i north 39.97 chains to point of begin It is ordered that the defendant -

never does :it all, but always leaves i ning, 98.97 acres. Also the southwest herein. named, to-wit: Esther Williams .

is quarter less 13.15 cbains east and be and she is hereby required -
:something for man to do. It here
t1 m to appear to the bill of complaint la
she- temptingly invites man to roll : We intend to leave Ocala hence our west by 22 chains north and south In this cause on or before

up his sleeves and pitch in. northeast corner of section 25, and Monday, the 5th day of Nov. iwS.

Oh, think of it; Col. Frank, not less m:: ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IS THROWNl'J' the north half of northwest quarter It is further ordered that a copy of
than three 'million acres of land and northwest quarter of north order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
i smoothed and levelled over coated ON THE MARKET l \i east quarter of section 36, In'I Ocala Banner, a newspaper published -

with a fertilizer, ready for the man township 13 south, range 20 east and in said county and state.

: with the wool hat and hoe, not. a tel At Prices which will tempt the non-purchaser. the southwest quarter of section 31, This 4th day of September 1906.

single stump tree or palmetto root Hfcs township 13 south, range 21 east. (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK -
Clerk Circuit Court Marion
to grub. You Gods of labor, think of m Our Stock ofDry Total 521.59 acres. Fla.

q it, no palmetto roots to grub! The said lands belong to the estateof By George. Leitner, D. C.

s, Some lazy cuss will say why didn't : the said J. R, Easterling, deceased Edwin Spencer, 9-7

> : the old dame when she made this m Goods Clothing! d to be sold for the best interest of Complainant's Solicitor. '

three million acres' of land. instead said' minor heirs. NOTICE.In .

of setting it with the everlasting, This 18th, day of September, 190S.

4z never ending saw grass set ii out in Shoes J. M. ,EASTERLING; the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial

.' the luxuriant "Para" grass or begger m !adios' and Gent's Furnishing Goods 9-21-5t Guardian.Administrator's for Marion Circuit County-In of Florida. Chan In and. __ti

I f' weed .or something' valuable. .
:a: Might 'as well say sugar cane. Your Remember we must move and will move; it will charge.Notice of Final Dis -

y rich lands in Marion county, covered D A. .P. Stuckey, Complainant vs, F. ::-
[!:' with oak, hickory ash and magnolia m not pay us to pay freight, therefore this is your op- Notice is i treby given that on the M. Townsend, G. D. Townsend T. A.

f cost fifty dollars an acre to get it portunity to buy Fall and Winter wearing, apparel in 6th day of November A.. D., 1906 the Mathews, Albertt S. Johnson May
undersigned administrator of the es- Johnson, Sam R. Johnson Oliver Fort
freed from the growth and ready for U1 at the lowest prices possible We have been in bus- stae of John W..Randall, deceased will LIzie Johnson, Flower Johnson Lena.

N three million acres for the and r1, present to.the Hon. Joseph Bell, Coun
the These here do
plow. I iness past seven years we not ty Judge of Marion county, Florida ,B. Dickson, Eupheme Fort, E, r
only need the water taken off, at a believethat have single dissatisfied 11\1 his final aeounts and make final settle.
we a customer. :A. Norris, John A. Dickson John =
< cost possibly of a dollar an acre, already : tlement and apply for his final discharge .
fri Bowen Ira Bowen McEl
: as administrator. of the said
fertilized. BUY YOUR GOODS FROM US AND SAVE MONEY estate.. P. T. RANDALL. reath, Dora L McElreath hid D-Knox,
While your land in :Marion is being Administrator of Estate of John W.
Randall Deceased. Dora. Knox, Henry. J. Power, Lull
.freed roots trees- and stumps,
from ,
f Ocala, Fla. May 3. 1905. 5-4-6m Power, Ruth Power James L. Mc
: these lands of the great 'glades will I Marie McMullen lerl Blaelr
i Mullen ,
and sweetening from the THE BOSTON STORE NOTICE.In .
be ripening Man. George W. Means, Caleb J.

influences of a tropical sun and will the Circuit Court in and For MarIon Baukn-ght R. 'C. Smith and Jobn v:.
twice much acre. m County Florida.In .
yield as per "
face to face OCALA,FLA. Re Estate of A. C. Johnson. Martson. ;
I wanted to talk to you '
Notice Is hereby given that -on the t
'}d point out to you these great ad. 5th day of December, A. D. 1905 Order for Constructive Service.It .

intaees. However you came and the undersigned administrator of the .
; m I Wm estate of A. C. Johnson deceased, will. is ordered that the defendants _
hands and saw
fell Into good final
present my return, accounts and herein named, to-wit; T. A. Mathews 8
yourself the possibilities which4stretch vouchers and apply for final dischargeas
administrator of said estate.F. E. .A. Norris John A. Dickson, Job
out before us, so when the ,
; ; M. TOWNSEND Bowen, Ira Bowen, Barney McElreath
if Jjltime; comes to vote I hope we will K Administrator .of the Estate of A. C.
fe. sentiment. The adopt. Johnson deceased. 6 1 6m Dora L McElreath, Irid D. Knox".
in '
be together E Martin, May 28th. 90S. Dora Knox, Henry J.Power, Lula Power .
& ,ion of this constitutional amendment .mp\
Albert Power, Ruth, Power JamesL.
I will mean much for south Florida. p\ pp\ pp\ pmDJ..t"fIJ \ 4 NOTICE.Two McMullen, Marie McMullen, Levi

Your old friend +* JjDJJ *& DDJ&alJ&iDJDDJ&J Plantations Blackman George W. Means, CalebJ. ,
F. A. HENDRY. for Rent. Bauknlght E. C. Smith and John

." -- dredacres The first containing over two" hnn- W. Marston, be and they are hereby

'.:t. Mrs. W. F. Lowry, of the Rendez- ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION by the corporators, at the amountof To the Teachers of Marion County best farming under and grazing cultivation lands.fthe requited to appear to the bill of com-

: ( +vous. at Homosassa, objects to thelanguage AND PROPOSED CHARTEROF the said capital stock.IV. There will be a teachers meeting One mile from Irvine with depoton plainant in this cause on or before
{ Sth day of November, iwo.
win. held in Ocala in the buildingon the land of G. & G.
; recently applied to our armory : railroad.
t: It is further ordered that a copy of
The term for which this
CENTRAL AMERICAN NAVAL corporation Saturday. October 20, commencing The other'place containing between
Inverness Chron
ter tourists by the this order be published once a week:
1- STORES COMPANY. shall exist is fifty years.v. at 10 o'clock.At four and five hundred acres at pres- for eight consecutive weeks in the .-1
icle. She, very properly says that this meeting the benefits of a ent under cultivation. Fine hammockand =
state'af large looks forward each year The business of the company shall library for every school in tae coun-. mixed land, between Irvine and Banner a newspaper published -=
with pleasure to the coming of these The undersigned intending and pro be conducted by the following officers, ty will be discussed.' Reddick 1 1-% miles from each place. This said 4th county of and state. 1906.
day September
posing to organize a corporation un to-wit: a President, a Vice-President A plan for securing book cases and Well suited for a stock farm.
winter guests and that they are always of the state of (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK
der the general laws
and and Treasurer which
Secretary ,
books and the selection of books will The latter place for rent or sale.
accorded'a generous welcomeby Florida relating to the organizationof last named oflfce may be combinedand be submitted. Apply for details to J. S. Lewis or Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County

a large majority of our people. corporations and the Acts of the held by one person, and said of- We will also study and discuss the Mrs. M. O. Lewis, Irvine'Fla. 9-21-2t Fla. 9-7
Legislature of the State of Florida ficers shall be elected at the annual By George Leitner D.. 0. .
the methods of
Of course, we are all glad to sac keeping school registers,
& Duval.Complainant's
amendatory thereof, hereby make and ;> : ;
meeting of the corporation to be heldon report cards, books, etc. Other im NOTICE. "
tourists. They spend,their money with publish the following articles of incorporation .Solicitors. >
the fourth Tuesday in December of portant matters will be discussed. I ,
w us and'help in many ways in making and proposed charter: each year from and after this date and hope every teacher in the county will Of Application for Tax Deed Under NOTICE -

our winter season delightful. I. the officers who are to conduct the be present. If you are living too far Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Lawsof -

h The name of the corporation shall business of the corporation until to come inon, Saturday morning you 1 Florida. 1907 Occupational Licenses are Due

Hail to th General. be. those elected at the first annual will be allowed Friday afternoon to October 1, 1906-
t"10<. from CENTRAL AMERICAN NAVAL election shall be qualified, shall be i come or to make arrangements to. Notice Is hereby given that J. J. Remember to procure your new license .
General.Gilchrist has returned 'STORES COMPANY, as follows: H.. L. Anderson, President I come. It is Important that every i iI .Bierman purchaser of tax certificate for the new license year without -
Europe full of enttusiasni and im and the principal place of business John S. Birdsey. Vice-President I white teacher come. .Nos. :320. 3%%. 356 dated the 6th day delay as there Is a heavy penalty.

pressions. If an Interview in the shall be in the city of Ocala, Marion and H. M. Hampton Secretary and All supervisiors trustees and pat. .of August, A. D.. 1900 has filed said for doing business without license

.Times-Union Is to be credited the county Florida with offices in the Treasurer., rons are cordially invited to attend. certificates in my office and has made' when one Is required.The .
city of New York in the State of VI. Respectfully application for tax deed to issue in tax collector will Issue the li
general dined with the diplomatic dig New York and at Caratasca Lagoon, The highest amount of indebtedness W. D. CARN, accordance with law. Said certificates cense.

,nataries In London saw the Pope and in the Republic of Honduras.II. and liability to which the cor Superintendent. embrace the following described '.i JOSEPH BELL,

a Miss Clem Hampton at Rome dis poration can at any time subject itself property situated in Marion county County Judge.

covered that all of Rembrant's Ma The general nature of the businessto is one half of the amount of its NOTICE Florida, to-wit: Southeast quarterof E. L. Carney, Tax Collector. 92S4tGUARDIAN'S

donnas have blue eyes, that the Rhine be transacted shall be the busi- capital stock. Notice is hereby given that there southeast quarter and west half ;
of a naval stores operator with pow. VII. will be a meeting of the stockholdersof of southwest quarter of south- i
is not as beautiful as the St. Johns er and authority to acquire; by pur The names and residences of the the McGehee Lumber company! a east quarter of southwest quarter'. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT

.and that Sir Walter Scott was an al- chase or otherwise; and to sell and subscribers I5o this corporation are corporation under the laws of the of section 7, and north half. AND FINAL DISCHARGE

torether lovable character-but I he encumber, lands, timber, timber as follows: state of Florida, in its offices in Marion of southwest quarter of northwest -
H. L. Anderson, Ocala Florida.H. quarter of section 8, and southwest Notice is hereby given that on the
naval stores privileges, and
rights Florida at ten o'clock
the Interviewer county a.
train'when .
ran to catch the other property necessary for the car- M. Hamption Ocala, Flarida. quarter of northwest quarter of section 27th day of December, A. D., 1906.
mentioned "draining the Fort Florida. m., on the 17 less in northwest at the court house In Marion county,
of naval stores business, Joseph J. Ocala, one acre
a D. 1906
rying on 5th day of November, A. ,
'Everglades.:*-Tampa Tribune.. and with power and authority to lease, The capital stock of this corporation to determine whether the charter of corner' .All In township 13, south, Florida, the under signed as guardiaa
has been subscribed follows 21 east. for the minors Katie Mat McIntyre;
as : range
own and operate tram roads, steamboats said corporation shall be named so
Burned Girl steamships, sailing vessels H. L. Anderson, ., .. 748 Shares indebetedness lia- The said land being assessed at the and Hellen McIntyre win present my
to or
A Badly as permit an
John S. Birdsey, ..: 250 Shares.H. date of the issuance of such certificate accounts and vouchers to the Hoa
is out and other water craft construct
or boy, man or woman, I bility of three hundred .thousand dol-
Joseph Bell judge In and tor .
: of if Bucklen's Arnica Salve is maintain, and use wharfs and other M. Hampton, 1 Share. lars. in the name of unknown. Unless
pain G. J. Welsch, of for shipping merchandise Joseph' J. Fort ... .. 1 Share, LUMBER CO. said certificates shall be redeemed Marion county, and make my final
applied promptly. facilities necessary (seal) McGEHEE
settlement, and apply for final discharge -
seals this according law tax deed will issue
Witness hands and -
Tekonsha, Mich says: "I used it in and naval stores products, our By C. J. :McGeheea.
my family for cuts, sores and all skin and the carrying on of all business the llth day of October, .A. D. 1906. 10-5-41 President thereon on the 23rd day of Octo- as guardian of the said mi
from the said court.
H. L. ANDERSON (seal) ber. A D., 1906.
f injuries, and find it perfect. Quickest incident to a naval stores business .
Dated June 19th 1906.
H. M. HAMPTON, (seal) Witness my official signature and ,
pile cure known.. Best ,haling and not inconsistent with the laws NOTICE
& JOSEPH J. FORT (seal) seal this the 20th day of September A. McDfTYRE.As .
salve made. 25 cents at Tydings of the state of Florida.III guardian of Katie Mai and Helen
of Florida A. D., 1906. ;
Col: m State Notice is hereby given that there
t I I County of Marion will be a meeting and election of the (seal) S. T. SISTRUNKi I McIntyre Minors. 6-22-6m'

NOTICE. .. I I The amount capital' stock authorized Personally appeared before me the stockholders of the McGehee Lumber I Clerk Circuit court Marion County,

for Tax Deed Under is the sum of One Million undersigned authority H. L. ANDER company a corporation under the Florida. 9-21-C f ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Of'Application ,
4888 LawsOf Dollars, which will be divided Into SON H. M. HAMPTON and JOSEPHJ. laws of the state of Florida held in

Section 8 of Chapter Florida. One Thousand Shares of. the par valueof FORT each of whom is well known its offices in Marion.. county. Florida, ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Creditors legatees, distributee,
one thousand dollars each; which to 'me to be one of the parties described -
given that Nathan on the and all persons having claims or demands
Notice is hereby of Tax Certificates said stock shall be fully paid and non. in and who executed the foregoing 5th day of November, A. D. 1906, Notice Is hereby given that Robt. against the estate of Henry
Mayo purchaser I assessable and shall be paid in by a articles of incorporation and o'clock to determine and all others
No. 2157. dated the 7th day of at ten a. m., Dally concerned T. Spooner deceased, are hereby
2156 I
1899 Tax Certificates No.! conveyance to the said corporationof proposed charter and each acknowl- whether the capital stock cf said corporation -. that the personal property of the called upon and required to presentthe

August 1563 156, and; 1571. dated the 6th day the naval stores business now being edged the execution thereof for the shall be increased to one said Robt. Daily has been attachedto same to undersigned as administrator ;,

of 1900 Tax Certificate No. carried ,on and operated in the uses and purposes therein set forth hundred thousand?: dollars. satisfy claim of Dr. H. W. Henry, within two years from the

August dated June; :2, 1902, and Certifi Republic of Honduras .by H. L. Anderson and expressed. (seal) McGEHEE LUMBER CO. jr., for the sum of 15.00 and cost of date of the first publication of this
; 723 November 4, 1905 has and John S. Birdsey, as copartners i Given under my hand and seal of 10-5-41 By C. J. McGehee, suit; now unless the said Robt. notice. otherwise same will be barred
No. 2123
;: in office, situated at Birdsey's Point, office"this the 11th day of October, President. Daily enter his appearance at by the statute of limitations.
r filed said certificate my for tax Caratasca Lagoon, in the Departmentof A. D.. 1905. .my office in Lake Weir Fla-, on or HENRY G. SPOONER -
and has made in"application accordance with Mosquitia, in said Republic of Honduras (County Judge Seal Fine Brood Mares. before the Administrator to'the estate of Henry

law.deed to Said, Issue certificates embrace the and all the property and ef- JOSEPH BELL We have just gotten In a 'car cad : 5thday.of November, 1906., T. Sponer.

r;'kfollowing! described property situated fects of said Anderson and County Judge, Marion County, of the finest brood mares ever brought judgment will be given against him Stanton, Fla. August 10, 1906. 811StASSIGNEE'S

.\}.\ In Marion county Fliorida. to-wit:Lots Birdsey now being used at and upon to the state and to see them is to ad- !by default and said property. sold to
and all
: said naval stores location -
lots NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR mire them. We will sell them at I satisfy said claim
1 to 10 inclusive, block :4 and 1'1 NOTICE OF FINAL
l( ..J property[ owned and held by said An Given under hand and official
2,. 3, 5. 6, 7, of block 26, and lots 1.1 LETTERS PATENT.: very reasonable prices. Come. and' and I my ;
and said Birdsey
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,. 8,9, 10. 11.. 1", 13'1 derson situated in Marlon'co as nty.copartners Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thaton look them over at seas! !this the 20, day of Sept, 1906. DISCHARGE.
h and 14 in block 33, all in Belleview the 12th day of November A. D., TEE MARION FARM STABLES. (seal) C J. SMITH..J. P. -
Marion'county, Florida. The said lands and also by conveyance to the 1906 the undersigned will apply to xx Ocala, Fla 9-28-5t: 9th District Marion Co., Fla.. Notice Is hereby given that on the
said of certain -
corporation: a concession
-' of. the Isuance. the Governor' of the State of ,Florida,. I
being assessed the date
:< at and contract entered into on NOTICEFor 15th day of October 1906, the undersigned
the name at his office in the in the City of Tallahassee -
.S-:' $" parties.of such unknown certificates and George E. the 11th day of November, A. D., 1905, in the State of Florida, for SEED BEANS assignee of J. M. Neely, win

_.-jith.- Unless said certificates shall between the Republic of Honduras letters patent upon the foregoing proposed War and Green Pod Varieties grown iSale-My farm of 80 acres; 30 present to the Hon. W. S. Bullock
.>,< and John S. Birdsey,, and'all of the acres in good timber; 59 acres clear.
"be, redeemed according to law tax charter.H and shipped by circuit. Judge of the fifth judicial circuit
15thday rights and privileges conveyed to the L. ANDERSON All first class farm and garden land;
deed will the ,
: I issue thereon on state of Florida, his final state
-of 1906. said Birdsey thereunder subject to H. M. HAMPTON, Herbert C Horrill. all under fence; fine spring; good
,{ November, A D. ,
Anderson (buildings fourth mile from the ment and vouchers and apply for his
,' 0 Witness official signature and an indebtedness to said H. L. 10-12-5t JOSEPH J. FORT.. ; one
: \\ .seal-this the my 11th day of October; A.D of Thirty-five 'Thousand Dollars Cedar:; springs. Mich, | j I'I'Re. I[G. & G. railroad which will soon be final discharge as said assignee.
; due the .! Speckled Valentine Green'Pod. completed and have a depot on or -
1906. due and to become, before opposite Ocala, Florida. Sept. 11 1906.CLARENCE .
1! A pair' of our White House shnawIa other \I Will sell for
first annual election of officers pro 12.75. Prices right on vav4ri place. cheap cash
seal 'S.SISTRUNK.. "'
i.y&. ( ) make feet glad. New lna J. SMITH.
vided for'herein,.,the:just'valuation of ties. All seeds. offered are .ofv5i ,. For particulars apply to B. S. Quar-r: -. -
l :. ..Clerk Circuit court, Marion County. quarter styles Jus ; tor'men; =anJ -' .* 9-14-5t: Assignee
said here fixed : 1906. terman, bor 37Falrfield, Fla; 10-5-4t
Florida..' : -- f t ilO12Fi.of t..hich property, y women. 'The Fair I' crop .
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T1 :, ;..fH ;JAMESTOWN, EXFoSf :

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r.r The Beautiful Red :and 'White City, tot r 1 t la

Remain as a Monument to Geniusk
and Enterprise. ,
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Fial to the Ocala Banner; ; '. T {'.

$oif&k., Va.. Oct 8.-When the J ." :,.._ ,. ,..: ,;:" ;._ J.! .' ', _. "\ ,
glories, the display; the pomp and .f!'. '.' .,
*in. >uistances.of. the Jamestown Exposition ;Y-; '
/ to be held near Norfolk, Va., : : : : :

.liare passed the realm of 'dreams tho .
beautiful colonial city will still btand ... ,
/ A.8OWN .. .,,
and enduring monument to Virginia's H <
enterprise and energy. Hardly'a visitor .'

to other expositions, has 'turned, ,
away without: regret in his heart

that so much beauty of architecture

:; and landscape must be )destroyed. -
: ; The exposition as 'a; whole is always

the greatest exhibit at these wonderful
creations of man's genius, and it ,
Is painful after seeing their glories WholesaleG.rocersit
t 3? to know that they must at last be .: .

w turned oyer to the vandal and perish 1 y : ', '; : ", : 'ti: : .
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only in picture or memory. i /. ," ;: (.. .. .
When the night of October 31, > : yi1, .; ,' \ ,- A .
on DIr- .. 1 ....". a... ''. J- 'r' '. ;,, ._ .
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4904, President Francis 'turned out I ;r' -"

forever the lights that made fairyland : 'o:;. u' 1. : ,, t '
4 of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Oca'Ja' .. Florida t : ;
the assembled multitude f
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wfth' in their hearts :
turned away: SODS :" .
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< for in,it the occasion had the sadness '- -'." .. r .. .. ,
of death. Cardinal Gibbons,."of Baltimore ".' -'". ;: >-,..,,te',.. ; ," :?'", ,,-';. ".. .;. .'.;' 'f ;..' c
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when 'in Norfolk, the other -- ; !; ;: ; ; ::t: ; ), ,

slay protested against this sacrifice of : .. :
beauty and genius. ,. i:
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"You have departed from the ways : "
i=f of other exposition: especially in .. : : -
your buildings, I have always thought ..- , ,_ ,
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} Sit vandalism to ;Destroy created beau ; ,
ty either in ther shape of landscape ,
R'f of buildings. Other expositions have .' ,.
'constructed but to tear down ,and ., --
'; leave. ai void In th< Heart t nd mind of vel a
i all who have looked. Make of this "

Li 4, Exposition a Other permanent a. monument expositions seeks park what have to which the commemorate.passed Jamestown will to standas forgetful ::; To': the'T -IrIt : : ,

_ >s, ness, et this one be an excep- : rad ,
tion. Your beautiful grounds and I i t ,
h quaint buildings will be a' source! of ':I -

pleasure. to 'thousands, long after the I j ;', \ : } :'..:: ,
t exposition,closes its' gates." '
= Ana so It snail be. The Colonial 4 : i f,,' ; : { ,

City is not' to' be given over to' the j '< '. .e. _" .. ,
1. .wrecker and the vandal when. the j : ; > .

!>,a gates are closed' on the night of November j j ,' ... I "".4 ....._ .-..--...._.",-".,.,.:-' ,,.>.,.,.:..',",'".V::'.::," ,.t.,'>',"- '-,', ...." ,,,' ". ".. """:...."-,' ',;-.;.':, .\,"<; -" .- .J"'" .;".,,'"; '',. .
', 30, 1907, but- will endure to j r"-''...):2 '" ':7.-: '' __ j
:!::5 delight ando instruct projectors. The ?: >- I ;' :
_: ; plan adopted "shining new In the I '. \ .., :

a: .-, 'will history:be,of of''interest.expositions. The anal ground an outline upon ':j z,, : Our. tock of Groceries Grain Feed == 1'

_ a. : ., which is located the exposition wash j ,. ,, .
< .--wught outright and ius owned in fee I > "; ,, '," ...... .
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__ k 'most simple Company desirable by, the,incorporate Jamestown and best located It parr the F :: &c /J rthe : Fall: and Wirif trade IS IF

,- :eel of ground in. Tidwater, Virginia, I _
and must- soon Become immensely ''-
valuable as terminal, property, for -

-; t It railway has appreciated and marine materially"interests.' in Already value coming in daily by the car load, and we" ;

:J since the exposition began to be exploited
ii: and adjacent property, -too, -

rv;; hag, advanced, so that the exposition '

stockholders already'see dividends L are prepared to fill all orders on short"
: prospe t. All of the utilities, includ rI
ing water w* t ij''**s and the
sewerage system are built for per- : '
If, .inanency and 'will be the most 'c rn- ; J
'plete in every way. notice for quantity. :;'

After thd expgsiUpq.the states may ,, any .. .
sell their buildings and grounds to .. "
_ :- : the Jamestown Exposition Company, DI-. -2 ---c vvl+ -:

_ !..' ',they on resorts the'jproperty, "will: or' undoubtedly for for other residences purposes.get first, hotels call and, V ;, Our stock is at present tlie' most ; _. :.

buildings ,
all these state will be perfectly" ',' -- "
vl ;, Built and furnished and pro- '. -- :
: vided with, every: convenience to

a1 :::- densces that they hotels will be and ready club made houses resi-and F' complete we have ever carried. -Let. us..

In many cases furnished* too. : .,...
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S house idea is a popular? :
_ one, and almost -everyone of the ': : -,
-4 state and the smaller exhibit buildings !- quote prices. _" > .. .. I. '
you -
_; like those,of the arts; and craft _' .- '
Tillage, rould make ideal quarters (, .- ': \ ';,
for 'boating, yachting, automobile' .-
.,. ., .. ,. -- -
is outing and social, clubs and purchas : : ;" .
?'' ers; could be found today to take .... -" ',
; : :
them, at twice their cost to. build. .. 1 ,
The great boulevard, which the, rannicipality "'"
'- of Norfolk and Princess ,
Anne county is building at a cost of I .. .. .; ._. '_ _' .. ', : ___- ;_ ';:__ :_ ._:, : '__' : :___.,..', :. ; :. _'_ _:, = : 5;,
't >200,000 to connect the city with the

exposiUon grounds; will be an, important :'' "
adjunct .It will be seventy to "
h ... .. -,' .,
one hundred feet wide and seven w" < '; : ': : ... :,_
miles fang .embellished with Cowers _
shade trees and and -'
lights '
arrangedto .
,<, ,. .
& # provide accomodationss for speed ;
k ins horseS: for automobiles and for <>:.'," _' :0. ,, ...:' _' ; .;. .' : :. .
S 5- pedestrains.. The boulevard will be a '-, -'. ;:' r -' ._ : .(\. / _
great factor in the ; '
grounds, as. a resort Let us rejoice ,. "Yollrs for More Bllsinesst.
.that, one dream city is to endure and .

b4 Trade a fixture in the world. of : .....
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reality, 'y '
k A national convention has been : .... '
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.J-. tailed by General lioy Alfare presIdent '
of Ecuador who overthrew the "

Garcia,administration in January last '
to meet the Guayaquail October 9. 'A.BRO.N" &BRO. ;
for the purpose of promulgating a ;
new constitution and the election of
z a president of the republic \ ......
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The authorities of ShelbyviUe Ind. : \1 : .
-: S. ,are investigating the death ot Mrs.
:: v. ; ,, :.Jaura Ayers;' a prominent, church*
worker, who was.found dead in, her
ted.:Sunday-morning with a.bulletju
her bra.1 1.' Her 'husband, ''who .s1ep
; .to an adjoining'room,'says he":did,not
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