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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.........4.0......N 0.4+4+.....4.444404444440 W. \\'. Clyatt of Ocala, a prowl MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL. ) :..44.o44444++4444444$4+44.......+...4,4.4..4...

.................. ............4NON4.N.4N44 :, vent citizen of that city, has retuivnd i .i I

+ | to his ionic after a visit to his broth- The city council held an important I MUNROE & CHAMBLISS :
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|i L. J. Cbatt: ,. Mr. Clyatt is also I interested session last night. I + .

: : i i in the stock farm of Clyatt Those present were Aldermen Robs, 4 Z.

I Bros. in Levy county. -GainesvilleSun. *
ertson, McConathy, Mclver, Duval.

I c !! Owens, Carmichael and Gates. I 4 BAN KERS i
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EuZEiVIc hull \ i, Mr. C. V. Miller, who has made Among the most important transactions -I .* ..

: ; 1 L1 : : : such a manificent success of the tur- was the destroying by committing -L +4 .

pentine business, leaves today for
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the of 4
to flames eight one i
1 I} Central America where he goes to CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION

.: : 50 Cents a Bottle eAT look at a big tract of fine turpentine thousand dollar bonds and two thou- + JJ

sand dollars worth of bond *
. < lands on which he has secured an op- coupons .

: tion. His friends here are wishing making since the beginning of the I .
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THE OCALA FLORIDA.
i! him any amount of success. jnew year eighteen thousand dollars I +
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I I of bonds that have been called in and I :4.44.4..NN..4.4.0.4.4..4..N..44.N.$44...NN...
1 I The first civil suit tried in the new

n II I destroyed.Mr .- --.--- --
Postoffice Drug Store.* court house was a case of the Ocala

i I Lime Ijornpany against the Tampa I Chas. K. Sage alderman from ...V.........VTVV+44444444..... WTWWWW.-VTT N N..0.0 .

I Sand Lime Company. A judgment the second ward, in a public communication I
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.. I was obtained against the Tampa said that his duties were I SOMETHING UNIQUE IN FLORIDA POLITICS I iII'

: : Prescriptions Prepared Properly! a : I concern for $859. Mr. T. E. Biggsj such that it was impossible for him

.. .. I was attorney for the plaintiff corn to give the office the time that the

.. +1'' pany. i duties required and begged to tender i i
L 44.444...................t.... ...............04 I his resignation. II'' "A Candidates Coning-0ut) Coijveijtioi}

.*.....4..*+*.4444*+4***44 *44+4**>4444+4.**> < i,| Mr. J. P. Xix, a former resident .of,I The resignation was accepted. .. +4

: this county, who spent the winter at )Moorhead: addressed the council

.- =-- -. -- .-I I Dania, but who is now operating a i iI about maKing a map for the finland : .V Record-Breaking Barbecue and Basket Dinner All the i

>....444444 444444BIGGEST ** Mrs. Fausett and children have : dairy at Atlanta is visitin Ocala I I establishing the grade of the : Candidates Invited! to Make their Introductory Speeches :

joined the Ocala colony at Lake Weir. i I and was renewing acquaintances with'!t-re ts. o -Preparations will be Made for 10.000ViH be a :

LINE j i 1 i his old time friends yesterday. His i iI j i Mr. Harris complained about the Red Letter Memorable
Day.
| Mr. J. K : ,
Staten i
who is
t t, head clerkat I I friends are glad to know that te isi i,noise made by the planing mill in his .J'I i

the Variety Store was called to successful.Mr. ward, but said before making com I -H44+************************.***.*44**..*..*.*

OFIWATCHEII his home in Valdosta Monday, by a I '
plaint he had ascertained from Mr.
\ A suggestion has kindly come to us Special efforts! will be made to
telegram.
I I J. T. Lewis, state prison insepctor jMacKay I that the noise could easilybe 'I from South Florida and the same make it the largest gathering ever

I left Tuesday night for Tampa. deadened. The matter was re- seen in Florida and extraordinary efforts -
With vitrified brick streets and the Ocala boardof
j Uolid i Yesterday's Tampa Tribune stated i :ferred to the building committee.A I will be presented to will be made to take care of

stone pavements, Ocala will, that one of the prisoners from one o* large batch of bills were next trade, and will no doubt be acted I the visitors and give them
a royal re
I: for small
I a town, begin to look
the was in and taken is
'i ell. camps Tampa had up. upon favorably. The suggestion ception.
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I himself examined, and his back wasa I to have a "Grand Candidates Coming- Xo pains will be spared to make
"mas of soresIr.: Lewis las I Held for Highway Robbery
FOR Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Pike returned lout Convention and Big Barbecue!" the occasion a memorable one in th.>
Frank Mellon John Gilbert
I gone down to investigate the c'a/; and annals of the state.It .
homeesterday from Lake Weir, I Frank Heenan, three white men, I The time in all probability will be

1&DIES! { AND GNllri1[ [ !I Mrs.where E.they P. Moody.spent several days with Capt. A. II. Yongue of Fairfield was were arrested Friday night in :\IcDuffy's -I fixed for some day early in September I centrally is suggested located, has that large as hotel Ocala accommodations is-

in Ocala | packing house by Officers
Monday. He is one of thejurymen and the suggestion will be pushed I that it is the place in ".

The drowning of Prof. Abel at Pab- I for the week. Capt. Yongueis j Dean and Poe charged with highway vigorously by the members of the Florida for such a gathering.The ..

i eiweA one of Marion's pioneers, having I robbery. These men had been '
1 lo Beach is not only regretted in board of trade in their official and iin- idea is unique and original
I employed McDuffy and were gath-
[ located in this county in 1852. He
and we feel assured will be acceptedand
Jacksonville but in all of the
parts is jering J and packing cantaloupes for official capacity.All .
now in his CSth year and does not
state where he was known.Dr. carried out in its fullness, and
V..dl look him. It was charged that they had be invitedto
a day over 40. He belongs to the candidates will that large numbers will be in Ocala

the "honor roll" of the Ocala Ban held up a son of J. Woods, a well to make y
\ William Anderson has gone to come and be prepared on that day. _
known rent collector about town. It '
Seabreeze to spend a while with his .Iner. I their introductory speeches and Remember now, that Or-,:., \ to ;
was also charged that they held
I up "
\ THE JEWELER. family, who are spending the summer II I shake hands with the thousands who bold the "ComingOllt111\ I t.on..
Mr. Robert Kaiser, proprietor of the three little negroes who were taking '
and
will be fur tlt' r.mdi- .
convention.
at that popular resort. will attend the unique sponsor !
444444..44444444444444444Local Hotel de Kaiser, but who is tempor- dinners to their parents who work at
I Ali the candidates for United dates.
arily residing at Meffert's lime kiln, searched them
I Hastings, Sat-
spent .
. ------ Mr. R. C. Gresham was host at a States senator, for governor, for An application for a palo t.t. t I.r' th-
urday and Sunday with his and made with the dinners. The
family in way
and PersonalSara dance given at the Monterey a few congress, for the various cabinet offices suggestion will he apt lit d! '1..r j1)
t I this city. lIe attended the Jacksonville men were placed injail and kept ,
,, _. nights ago in honor of his guests, and all minor state positions please lout n.-ike an., :" i -,('h
Sangerfest and said there until Monday morning, when
the German
Messrs. Mala H. Haughton of Ocala, will be invited to be present, and It !Itd'I:'.' to Oa': I ;.m!, I is
Editor. had the "time of their lives." Mr. I no evidence against them was forthcoming
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Elizabeth Harris Fla., and Clark Frazier of Atlanta.Mt. .- their names will be placed on the destined: to I If < mr as ii" ''a'
Kaiser returned to Hastings I they were discharged. Ii "' ;
yester .
Aairy News in Atlanta Georgian.Mr. program. i .h Ocala! pi. 1.1i :
day. these little negroes manufactured this: i.

Mi. J. J. < : 'rig has gone to Jackson- W. H. Mills, who is operating 'I story against these strangers they' 1------------- iI I

vlle' on I I'd iin'- between Martel and Fellowship, was That was a good cartoon in Monday's : ', shou'd! he nunished. Off For Jamestown Exposition iriiSS NELLIE GOTTLIEB'S PAMTYI

Times-Union, entitled "It I!
: FOR MIS HUZZY.
in Ocala Tuesday and promises to i I The Ocala Rifle O a'.t'ri, ; fuel-
Mr luxnl, Pa\n
rest'nts a whole downpour of i military" ('omlam11..'.'( Tuta uiului \I-:5\t il. I ;in'i tl W '11.\ !
gubernatorial ( "
in eakt Tuesday.iSuru esting items from his seciton. He |I The largest: affair of the week was 5 : t

promises that they will be real "hot I aspirants caught out in a !'!given by :Miss Lillian Wright on Tiiei. over the Seaboard Air: LlIt'; Ra.'w.s\: I. 1111'" vlit .1 .,> 'i, la" I' :

to Mr and Mrs. T.V.. Trox- stuff." I storm without shelter, and some of day afternoon, complimentary to hei. for the Jamestown Expi,-i'; ,m. l'aj.t.; !i I \ : : "110 I tl i -I! i,.

I. oJl Monday, a fine Ixiv. them struck the pavement :so: hard!' < guest. :Miss Alice Bullock, Florida I. tf'j
he in m-iimar-il of ,
will
Geo. A. Nash t ; 00Fil'H'n \ I
-- :M1: : ;1. L. Anderson went up to, II that they do not know "where they, The rooms were most elaborately decorated ,
\ and ', ant tim! t
are at." I the company a UK-I ; ; of : :Inc:' e:
.I I-!. H> \Vartmaun went up to Jacksonville last night to meet hfirto ;n Slimmer flowers and doz I

d MomU to spend a short while. I daughters and accompany them I\ I Jens of potted plant, and over a hun_ is anticipated. tllitl'ainHI :.: I I'a t." ;
:Mr. 1. P. Fort one of the! 0.- !
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-- home. Miss Francis has been attending l! tIred guests called during the receiving The following is a I1-:: o.: ;iie! .t'..t". \\a, n.\tr : tit r 3u1vl

!i' John/ Robertson is just going I school the past year at Vassar, 'Banner's subscribers at OMawalu! : hours from G to S o'clock. Mis s of the officers and so'.i; !, I'- thaI will!! l ; made t Ii' it :,. : 'ta !'

ft ,I",+ aluiii] ; putting down stone pave- I and Miss Lillian! has been attending,: ,I' station, was in Ocala] Tuesday making -. | Wright received her guests in a love. go on the excursion: oj 1
r: 1111. tint" I fI' ; 1<1.
If t%**% 1.1. I college in New York City. a deposit at one of our bank,. ,Ilr 1 gown of pale yellow crepe d e Jno. M., firs-abrdlu id.u'u; : hi'1MM'' ,! ', : 4t
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Like many others, he has been sue chene. and Miss Bullock wore a toi Nash, Geo. A., e;.!!>t.un. < ..raia! :,i ,!I. 1 EI
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Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Hutson had the I 1: Mr \. 1) Mnhcell, of Summerfield, cessful in getting some good re urns lette of white net. Assisting in receiving Jf", 15t 1U'"uau", uU'U .. '
;,11 .t pill!' : I .t It.tit. : :
\\,&,.. :t mift' at tb' :Moiitrzunia hotel misfortune to lose: their infant child I for his shipments of tomatoes and were; IiS5Iattie: chappen.1! sergeant ; Chambers, H. S., in.i: ; .-. i r. ,,1' \ .; \ : \ dl I :. ill.

Tuesday. The little body was laid : Octavia F. W. Ditto, F. E. Weili.c( :
I .n dad melons. He says we are having an Nip Burden, geant; S' U'e, 'It!: ::" '', uU.i.tV j
to rest in Greenwood cemetery. It I exceedingly dry spell for this season Gibson and :Mrs. Albert Vaughn, Mrs. J. Leitner, J. C. Thotl1:>on. M r. :
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Pike, the piano tuner is at Con- only lived long enough to open its of the year. George Rowell. Mrs. L. E. Pellew! geants; Thomas Proctor, G. J. P.'rdi 1 : I
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.:'It i le t oj 1 01141'! d
don's. At Condon's now all the time I eyes upon this great world of ours ,. Mrs. George Hatcher and Mrs. Har- and G. C. Scott, corporals] ; II. W '
girl!= 1 I. td! i. i' .ft! :i a \r' roiitest
at Condon's. 619t and then closed them forever.Mr. :Mr. Ernest Hodge an attache of!,| ry Wright. Punch was served by Tucker, musician. Privates: John I I'a < nj.-'i. Adn.; i ICD'had *.

the Ocala Banner and Miss Martha Plant anad Miss Edith G. Akin, Percy H. Bitting, Frank L.
a member of j been nit tiom n.ata/ir. and
One thousand hands are now em- G. J. Tullis, a prominent at- 'Willingham i and the ices by Miss Lois -i Booher, Sam J. Burnett, A. O. Dame, '
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the Ocala Rifles left Tuesday night' placed here and I their i ov 'r awn
ployelI in gathering the vegetable tache of the Dunnellon Phosphate r Wright and Miss Elizabeth Solo- Irby R. Duffy, J. W. Dean, Asher i'i.
moM
"for the Jamewn I' and the girls who furnis-hfl )
I IIII" Anthony.. Company at Rockwell will leave on exposition, an before mana.Macon News in the Atlanta Frank, Claude Gates, Torrence Goff !!
correct answers were given: a 1,1"11)|
the 28th of June for Scotland, his old his return will visit Washington -!!S I Journal. Harmon Head Leo Hodges, Ernest

'". iVill C. Dunn was elected secnd'Ieutenant home, and will take a vacation of two City, New York and other places -I I j I Hodge, E. II. Harvey, Wallace E. silk gauze fan. Misses Porter Lutie MotHanbbrough Jean"

.. of the Ocala Rifles at months. He will be accompanied on and as this is his first visit with-::; Interesting Young Guest Mack, Rex Nicholls Sam J. Phillips Marguerite Bullock tied for first
out the limits of Austin and Josie
t>ir mooting last evening. his trip as far as Savannah bhis the state, he an-i:i Misses Laura Gene and Florence Cecil R. Phillips, Tom Rouse. Allan the cut.
honor and the latter won on
F. J. Titcomb and as ticipates a most delightful time. I II I Jesse G. Smoak, HenryC.
friend, Judge Dozier, formerly of Ocala, but now M" Roberts, the
1 1i Miss Elizabeth Newsom won
Vii) t' Henry Uaysor, who has been !; Savannah is the judge's old home, j with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. :Eu- Williams George C. Woods. wheels, with
.i little horse
: I Messrs. J. K. :Mixson and R. D.i: booby, a OB
i 1\ hung 1 in Jacksonville for the past\ they are anticipating a most delight- I gene Dozier., residents of Southport Mrs. L. C. French has gone to the inscription "pull me and catch t ||

II i' vt t-eks. has returned home. I Ii ful time. l Mixson of Irvine were in Ocala :Monday ; spent the past week as the guests of Ocala, where she will spend a few it. (

1 I I II i and paid this office : the guest of her aunt, Mrs.J. up" on
a pleasant :j :Master Darwin and :Miss Elizabeth days as Salad served in tomatoes and an i .

\,.rT.. W. Moore, accompanied bY E. C. McLeod, of Kendrick, was I I call. The former is with the Irvine ,!I McDonald, the interesting children of S. Haisley.-Gainesville Sun. and cake was senred.
I ice course |
'M" r daughter, Lacile, have gone to ,' among those who spent yesterday in I I Crate and Basket Company and says'I jMr. and Mrs. W. K. McDonald, of Assisting the hostess and her mother -
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Micanopy, where they will visit rela- I the company had orders for 100,000 I{; East Duval street. Children's Day at the M. E. ChurchOn Miss Louise ;
is
the city. Mr. McLeod a prominent were Mrs. G. S. Scott
!1eN for a short while. citizen of Kendrick. He was for I r more crates than it could fill. These !; The young host and hostess enter- Sunday the Methodist church Scott and Mis Louise Harris. I II j
gentlemen also that the crowded with he friends of the
say section is !tained their charming guests with a was
who
several years a member of the boardof The following are the girls |
I It i 04 said that Hon. R. F. Rogers, county commissioners of Marion blessed with most excellent crops,j picnic to Atlantic Beach, a moving little folks who were to take part in enjoyed Miss Gottlieb's hospitality : '

-in.-rly of Lake City, but now of county, and enjoys the distinction of but that just at this time rain is very picture party and trolley ride, ending the children's day program. Misses Jean Austin, Marguerite Por f ,
much needed. t with refreshments Till's. Miss McDonald The church had been prettily decorated J.
M 1.lt'.n for at -
will be candidate
county, a llansbrough Josie
having built in his district the first ter, Lutie Mote | q
the
with ferns, and in
\ ; nor.-Jasper News. I accompanied the young; ladies green
hard road ever constructed in his Pelot Helen Brown, Adel Bittlager. :
Mr. Dempsey B. Mayo, who has had on their return home while Master center of the rostrum was a large !
county. Mr. McLeod is a believer in Ellen Clarkson, Etta Hood Carrie

'I' Barnett anad Mrs. Alvers of hard roads, and is very enthusiastic charge of the :Marion Shoe Store since Darwin, accompanied by Master Geo. golden harp. Bullock Mary Juhan, Ethel Crosby, I! '

> -"tiville and its opening is now the sole Greig, went over last evening and es- All the children did their parts Newsom. E
i' are visiting Capt. over the good roads question He owner of Jean Teague and Elizabeth |
',' the ladies to the grand beautifully, the little ones particularly ,1
j F. D. Pooser. They will go points with pride to what has been the same, having purchased the in- corte young i .j

> ala to Micanopy.i done in Marion county in this direc- terests of his partners. His partners display of fireworks at Dixieland.- welLA Anoher Big Land Deal '
six
tion.-Gainesville Sun. were Messrs. S. T. Weil, R. T. Ad- Jacksonville Metropolis. collection was taken up by Messrs. J. W. Crosby, B. W. Blount 11
Irene Tompkins, Margaret ;
little girls
i I.: B. Killam of South Lake ams and J. K. Dickson. Mr. Mayo and G. A. McLeod, have purchased i
Little, Frankie :
t tvt was in the city Tuesday on his Mr. Sam C. Tucker of Gainesville, i is Ocala grown, and is one of her Circuit Court Webb Margaret from the Petteway Naval Store ':

\. J >tu South Bridge, Mass, where of the best known men in Florida i most popular young men, and has I The court met Monday morning at Burdeen, Louise Spencer and Ellen the Company their turpentine possessions j i f'
one to
i 9 o'clock. The case against Mr. H.M. Stripling, the offering to go j
been a shoe clerk for Kinimmee.
; dill remain until fall. well as one of her best citi- some years, is j at Loughman near
as schools.
I Dearborn, formerly superintend- needy Sunday .
zens, visiting in Ocala. He was a well up in the business, and his consisting of 28,000 acresThla M 1

) utile friends are predicting for him cut of the electric light plant was said to be one of the finest turpentineproperties
;' strength-Doubly delight- student here when the East Florida very Teter Cured.A .
called and was continued until the afternoon
t f .' BLfE RIBBON not only goes Seminary was located in Ocala, was great success. The stock of shoes is lady customer of ours Lad suffered in South Florida. )lr. s

twIt ..c" as far as ordinary vanilla, but with many Ocala boys in the ormy, small but well selected. and was finally carried over with tetter for over two years. It Crosby will be manager of the new tc
i until the December term. that she there
hands down
got so bad on her and has been
is doubly delightful in flavor. conductor on the Seaboard concern
was a Tonight.If So far as we could ascertain this could not attend to ter household duties -I the adjournment of the 4

then under some other name, and you would enjoy tomorrow take finished up the criminal docket for One box of Chamberlain's Salve ever since the property
I, ; j"c Mr. W. M. Shockley of Lowell is has a host of friends who will be Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver, cured her. Chamberlain's medicines grand jury, looking over land
the present term. ends to-
f canning string beans tomatoes beets splendid satisfaction In this com getting the odds and f
pleased to grasp his hand and talk Tablets tonight. They produce an give
f ... etc., and, will place same on the local I over old times. We are certainly agreeable laxative effect, clear the i The civil docket has been sounded munity. M. H. Rodney & Co., Almond gether. Mr. Crosby's friends are
and will occupy the attention of the Ala. Chamberlain's medicinesare deal.V .
market some time in September. head and cleanse the stomach. Price congratulating him en this new
glad to see him. 25 cents. Sample free at all druggists. I court for the balance of the term. sold by all druggists.




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1 THE OCALA BANNERFRANK Captain Inglis and the GovernorshipThis I I BRUTAL TREATMENT OF CONVICTS An Ocala citizen has not had the o- /5V tflp't'it { ;
office of tax assessor or superintendent V &j/ && SPECIAL
paper had an interview a few i f3ft $ .t > \u
:i of public instruction since t
with "Old Vet the m. T
HARRIS, Editor.P. days ago gentle :I The story told the judge of the reconstruction.An .

V. Leavengood, Business Manager. i man who first suggested the name of ;: criminal court by a convict from the I Ocala citizen has not had the r.- t MILLINERY

Capt. John L. Inglis for the guberna- ,'' where he leased office of sheriff in the last twenty-
i |'I turpentine camps
-If I: torial nomination, and he says it hi!, county convicts are worked, might be I five years, nor the office of county
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<._..'\ '".... .....:-., i wonderful how the suggestion has I Ii I j I regarded with some suspicion were treasurer or supervisor of registration -i .:1 SALES
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.j". ",, : ..-' ,i :'it an isolated: case. But it is not the

l.eo ... -. ..4'. .- ..' SfCOtJ ..J.Je. in the name. He says it seems to ,,', first. y ears. y 6A
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:, 'I \\"\ "' .. 'His! friends and acquaintances in othc i, nty commissioners to make a burdens of taxation, and about a June 24th t .,

\ '. .,,....--. ier i sections of tne state are flooding'I' thorough investigation of the alleged like per cent. of the population; she '
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4' ..f'' :- 1''I' with letters and insisting that furnishes thirty per cent. of the dem July 24th
6f -,,..".;ttL -.'-' VI .....1r-o,_.... ,t -"" .: ; ', hipping of convicts at these camps.
,-; \t.; s-' ; :'l.4... he make favorable to their ocratic vote but has only a fraction
I a answer :
t ,...1o tts 4:. 1'f "';r-v-.o... ... ..:, I This advice was based on the story
'A.w.....' ;;:.,,100 rt"iO.t.cw.t'1: :: 't"!I...."_' .!':>,",,..-..... j'appeals.i 1in! Madison county they told well-known attorney of this I i over three per cent. representation WE WILL ON ABOVE DATES START OUR ANNT\L SPECIAL

-- -- -- say they want another George F. !! city by a young white man of, unusual on the committee.. I SUMMER SALE. AND FOR THIS OCCASION HAVE REDUCED THE

Drew in the gubernatorial office and I intelligence, who had just finish- I would like for the country peopleto PRICES ON ALL OUR TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS. ALSO
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1907
in the person of John L. Inglis they i I ed his term at the county camps, and study these facts, and while I do OUR BABY CAPS AND FANCY RIBBONS WILL BE SOLD AT REDUCED

--- --- .- -- will have that distinguished and pop was en route to another county to answer not hope or expect to overcome their PRICES DURING THIS SPECIAL SALE. THIS IS NOT A LOT OF

Eugene Masters is now mayor of ular official personified. "Old Vet" another charge. This young prejudice, they must admit that in- SHELF-WORN, OUT OF DATE STOCK. BUT OF THE VERY LATESff

St Augustine. says not only the old soldiers but the I man had proved such a willing and I sted of having an unholy greed that STYLES AND DESIGN ""'"

_c-- young men as well are flocking to the ;!; obedient worker that he escaped the Ocala has not even had her fair

A new bank has been cpened at Inglis standard. He has made such'f, corporal punishment customarily meted share. AN ONLOOKER. MISS MARY AFLEGK.

Fort Myers. an admirable success of his own bUS- i out to the unfortunate with OCALA HOUSE BLOCK. Opposite Post Office. OCALA

iness that the state, from a business I whom he was associated. However, Bankers Elected Officers __.
The sister of Mrs. Howard Gould point of view cannot suffer at his i i'. only a few days before the expirationof I The Florida Bankers' Association, -- .-, ""--- -w .r..wi -

has become a subject of the celestial I hands, and if he gives it only, a part : his sentence, he declared he was i at their meeting at the Hotel Continental -I

Y empire. of the alertness and intelligence that ''approached' by the whipping boss and I ', ,, Atlantic Beach, on the 14th FLORIDA'S

he has given his own, its good congratulated: on having escaped such and 15th, elected the following officers -i i'

Fercandina is putting on city airs. name will be on the lips of everyone punishment. Imagine his surprise for the ensuing year: 'I MINERAL

She will soon be boasting of the best Though a Scotchman, Captain Inn when ho was told that inasmuch abe s I j PresidentT. T. Munroe, Ocala. SPRINGS

'' public improvements of any town i glis shouldered his musket and spent had not been whipped thus far in j l First Vice President-C. A. CarI -

the state.-Record. four years with Lee, at least in Lee's i his penal career,' he would have to i I !son, Kissimmee.

---- front, and since those unfortunate i I undergo "a good one" before leaving I I Second Vice President-n. W.1 I
John Graves has had
Temple a '
flutes he has taken an active part in ;| the camp-and, according to the story ,i len, Key West. .. I'
two-hour interview with the
president the councils of the democratic party,, |j of the prisoner be was given:: a i I Third Vice President B. Con- '''x+4.1.+C1' '
He is now on the same pedes y
and yet he is anything but a politijcian. severe thrashing, for no other apparent I i rad, DeLand. I
tal with Dr. Booker T. .
Washington.The He is a business man pure reason tban that he had ben >-oFourth: Vice Prcsiden--F. _\. Wood, ''I''I'i

and simple, and has only taken part !, weil-bchaved that he had a' oul! d i St. Petersburg.

Atlanta newspapers are print in politics in the effort to secure !!,I;'harsh treatment throughout the term 1!; Fifth Vice President! -\\'. K. 15} tr,
ing the picture of Mr. Asa Candler,
f; "
good go\ermimet. He has held
never i of his entence. Pensacola.
L'OJ |
who recently $75,000 donationto
a
, gave office and has never asked for ot. ce. ':' The same convict told the Oitturn"'y Secretary and Treabi'KI'-George '
t = the Wesley Memorial in that city
: He is strictly conservative, and yet: a number oJ instances 1 of hearties;; R. DeSaussure, Jackon\ji-! .
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t It was a great day for the Metho
fr ulu'a- ssive. He is in the thick Council T. P. Dunham,
dists. I I progr : I f i cruelty. He admitted that his story !i Executive -

r, -; I est of the fight for every reform;' would doubtless be regarded as untrue I Jacksonville; :\. F. Per.-j Jaclaon1i ?

t. ., Rumor has it that Hon. Eugene movement, if its object is for the ,: owing to the fact that he was aconxict. .i' \" ; John Trice, Tampa; <:Iee>r.e E ,:

:- Mathews, who wielded the gavel so I state's advancement, and Gladstone! but he insisted that it coup :I Lewis, Tallahassee; F. W. BLI\l, Fer- (

\ : successfully at the recent legislative himself was never more the soul of I I be readily substantiated, should an Ii nandina.: I '

session, is to make the race for senator honor. j investigation be made. He gave the !, Representative to annual conven- I :
The star ;,f destiny be I Ipoiuting '1 of the American Bankers' Association
y- from Bradford county at the seems to attorney the name of another white'convict tion : lJJ
in the direction of the developer i II Atlantic R. j
next eection.-Palatka Herald. who had been whipped so often at City-George J

of Dnnnellon, Inglis and Port that his body showed the cruel effects I DeSaussure; alternate, Jno. T. Dis-

t ,. The Florida Index says it looks as Inglis.e .. I I, unmistakably! and convincingly. I iniukes, St. Augustine. j "

-.'. if lion. Frank Adams will be th He cited the case of this convict iu |I --I y THE
The Gubernatorial Push NOTICE FINEST MINERAL SPRINGS IN FLORIDA
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only pea in the gubernatorial pod. corroboration of his own story. Furthermore
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Of all the l
This is a case of counting chickens announcements so far this young man said that Take notice that I will on the first NEVER OVERRFLOWS. BATHING CANNOT UK F'Itl'.1! ;\SKU FOR

before they are hatched.-Apalachicola made for governor, senator, railroad ,| when a member of the board of coon I Thursday of August, A. D. 19w7. or "!; HEALTH AND PLESl"RJ'R! US itHKI' \TISM. DISPIIPSIA::

Times. commissioner etc., there is not one j ty commissioners went to the campson as soon thereafter as I may be l j AND KIDNEY TROUBLE OR SKIN DISEASES EUI\; \T

.! man in the crowd, excepting Frank j jAclams. an inspection tour, he spent the heard, apply for a pardon for Samuel PARK. COOL AND SHADY. HMHROI.UN'; } : PlVrT: LANDS t tI

The Atlanta Constitution hast a who can be classed as an or-! entire time in the company of the Dukes, who was convicted at the fall I I New hotel and new furniture iZKi int l I.,i-.!- ..IJtI| .i >"+. t iiv K.'ouit i

two-column interview and a doublecolumn ator.. Albert Jennings is a plain fellow :' "ca }{ain" and never once interviewer term of the circuit court for Marion I I with 12 foot ceiling, well! \eni-lat"il: an r?''.;:.'d ..-. ..ij ;-a 1. : frjorch: ;

picture of Senator John 41 good reasoner, but not a good | or interrogated a prisoner as to his county, in 1902, of rape. around the house. The scenery is i. i5uriia., >.st.i i in Fl' +r.+i.t.!! l l.arpt bathhouse

t 4 Beard, who is rapidly monopolizingthe speaker. Hudson Burr might pull off !, condition or treatment. Anyone desiring may then be heardon and large bath rooms, plenty of suits tuho.an sit' ring !I" ar'!.

limelight. His' dibfrauchisementbill something committed to memory in''! The story of this young man may the merits of the application. or walks at any depth, games of aM! L "I.> ;j' r unn, l">>y :aes: anti l ak mS4ia"i -

is making him conspicuous. fairly good shape. Albert Gilc-hnstj'I have been untrue, but it could have Dated this June 14, A. D. 1907. I tlemen, dancing pavilion, l/oatiI. an,! :, -i.n.r::: i f ,11 '11'I 1 I r/a

4't has always been able to please him- ; readily been confirmed or disprovedby WILLIAM C. HODGES. Apopka on Seaboard Air Line Rai'roalv'! : .1 s-jiN-i.il.ii! '. ', : T'.I ,f I
The Punta Gorda Herald says thatin self more than his audiences with his i| "
an investigation. j- !1-2t Attorney for Petitioner.: to the Springs.

ten days trains will be running on attempt at oratory, and we can see I It is certainty the plain duty of i RATES, $"_.0J PER DAY ; $S.n'j PER \\1!:.'\;. FPi "' 1'>I. I.t-. ; "
the Charlotte Harbor and Northern but little in this line from any of tile NOTICE v
the county commisioners to make a FAMILIES AND P\:: ,', ;:*
Railway from Boca Grande to Fort others wh-j have been mentioned, j I ;
thorough iaveatigaticn; of these com i of Application for Tax Deed Under i Railroad fare $2.75; round I trip, fr-'iu Ocala ,' :- i ".. ,;
ij
Ogden and Arcadia. All that there ito During tbc last campaign thc'l'eas '
plaints. Have they ever investigated Section 8, of Chapter tS8: ?. j I

a do is to lay six miles of track- Davis, Mayo and Ellis, three of the;, i!:f'-e camps: in a thorough and enlightened I Laws of Florida. j! Wekiwa Spring Company 1

St. Augustine Record. best orators in this state, and they !il ntanuer" Do they know Notice is hereby given that "-. P.. f fi i I \v e hiw.I. Cl.h I M'rni ;: F'i
-- l lent to the campaign a degree or entertainiiicnt i I .
; whether or not convicts have beet Williamson purchaser of tax certfi-i 1.
When Senator Crane reads the i -- ------ _. -- __ -
i if not genuine interest ,crutliy.hiipt".',? Can any number I caies No. 341 and 479, dated the ;oth I j on

.,. complimentary notices given him by If this aggregation referred to isj I (c t-r thboard! ol count" commiion-I: daof June, AD.. 1905, has filed said i 4 $4+++4.4c99t 1N1004 t. 4 4f.04N4f010Ni...Hlrst 1
the Tampa papers, and then sees the connection with the next campaign i::; | ,, rtiiicates in office. anal bus made ; :
I :
rss K'-tif;; from his own Knovlelj;e my
J''t: "hot roasts" handed him by the pres o to be ail, then the state executhol.coiiimiuee I I.:i;:lined it.*:ia fair au-J impartial iir.es-j I I 'i'ieation< ; ; for tax dyed to K-'KJ in ac-j ; .
of St. Petersbburg, he doubtless re ought to hire a brass band j i codance with law. Said certificate I Adding New Accounts i
tigatioa, tLat the',E' abuses Lace not ]i'' : : |,J,
I.;' ',' alizes the fact that it is a hard mat or minstrel: to accompany the speak- i i (;)x-c'irreJ ( 'embrace the following described prop. I

; ter to please all the people all the ers on their tours of the state in the ..
situated in Marion Fior- :
,
: If not. tiitey have been: derelict in / rty county j
/ time.-PaJatka Herald. interest :
of amusement.-Feraandina |I.
I t;heir duty. I ida to-wit: Southeast 1.1 of lot 3, see- I :I We
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Record. !I I Th -so cons ,ets,' although! they art1tleaafc'i : :tion 20, township 13 south, range 25 |! are constantly adding new accounts -
I..
Mr. Asa Candler, who has just
\ '. ."' giv i l to private parties, are, by ev.least: 10 acres; lot 8, section 17, town- j,
rt en $75,000 to the Methodists of Atlanta The Notables cf the I i: and our business is i
LegislatureIn increasing at
; J i cry cansif ration or justice and foaaianity :ship 13 south, range 25 eat, 40 acres. i ,
thirty-two years ago went to At- spite of the dissatisfaction I ; .
1- apparent he wards of the county au The said land being assessed at thee
1L lanta from the country, carrying all at the of the .I a satisfactory rate. Possibly also
course legislature! I of I very
thorities, and it is their duty to se I date the issuance of such certificates j you ; t l
his belongings in a handkerchief, and there were many able and brilliant to harsh in the name of Unknown and A. j :
Ii that they are not subjected I
t was compelled to seek such bumble men in both branches.In and inhuman treatment.It M. Harvey. j I J i might be glad to join us & < t

quarters as to sleep three-in-a-bed. the senate were such men as is hoped that the latest disclosures Unless said certificates shall be redeemed [ :
1 I lie did this to send of his Adams. :
part earnings Broome, Trammel!,
lasseY'1 I will stimulate the county ('om4 4: according to law, tax deed i j Inill I

1 t to the "folks at home." Crane, Harris, Humpbrie- and Crill- j missioner; to a healthy action in this I issue thereon on the Sth day of : i I

I't- men who would adorn any legislative I matter. Turu the searchlight on the ;July A. D. 1907 i, '( GOMr ERGIAL BANK{ i

\ The supreme court of Florida has hall. Adams and Massey were probably whipping-boss.-Tampa. Witness my official signature and : *
I reversed the decision of the circuit ,
the
ablest members of the
sen- seal this the 6th <
day of June, :\ I). .
j court at Gainesville, which granteda ate, while Park Trammell with hisenergy Ocala Never Greedy-Always ModestTo 1907. ;, OCALA, FL;$. :

verdict in favor of Mrs. Carrie D. audacity and youthfulness, 1.
t I Mallard against the Atlantic Coast made (Seal)) S. T. SISTRUNK. 44.....4..4...+.+..$44 040 X0046440000tr. t
a profound impression. the Editor Ocala Banner: 4N411444141
II Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co.. Fla
Line for $32,000 in her suit for dam- The house remarkable for I .----
was its At a meeting of the democratici -
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It.I Dy B. Foy, Jr., I) r
ages for the death of her husband, members who had both youth and 1 executive committee in Ocala on i. ..-- =:: !11l ..htJ:
i J&a'Y'i::
who ; I
was an engineer
on defendant ability. Among them were Parkinsonof me sin, a prominent niemoer, m a NOTICE I

t. railroad.W. Volusia, Cal \ins of Nassau, Maloneof speech, made the statement that the I
I FURNITURE J
{ Monroe, Clark of Jefferson. Roweof greed of Ocala for office had reachedthe For Publication. Department of the FURNITURE !

.W. Cummer of Jacksonville, Madison, Williams of Jackson, limit, or words to that effect.If Interior. Land Office at Gnim1-: -

has given another donation to the Smith of Lake and Willis of Levy- this charge or imputation had vllle, Fla., May 20, 1907. I

t building fund of the Young Men's Of the members grown gray or!, no other source, I would pay no at- Notice Is hereby given that William :
I
:1 Christian Association of that city. bald in the public service were Syd 1 I teniton to it, as it is not necessary to, Ardis of Bollovlew, Fla., has filed notice :! Smith & Roberts

: This time the amount is $10,000, mak- Carter, George Mathews. Ed Wart- ,I waste time and patience in refuting of bin Intention to male final five ; j i ,

ing a total of 4',000' from Mr. Cum- mann, MacWilliams Watson, Griggs, I anything this prominent member I year proof In support of his claim, : j --
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mer. There is still a balance of $15- 1 Dorman, McClellan, Wilson of Lee I says in a political way. We all know viz: Homrstcad entry No. :!1440, made : j '

000 to be raised before the required I and Wilson of Hernando. ]I how he dons tb lion's skin when he March 25, 1902, for the northwest' j i ;'

1t I $150,000 is available, when building Reese of Pensacola was the "talk- enters the arena, but his ears stick quarter of southeast quarter, section 'j j oaia FunitureCo.
'I''I'I
It t operations could at once be com [.ing member"-there always is one,i out and his voice betrays him, and 28. township 1G, south, range 22 east: ,

ff menced.-St. Augustine Record. and no other man wasted so much I If Samson had have had his jawbone and that said proof will be made before

i ii time and used les, oratory.-Palatka I there would not have been a Philis- Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala, Fla.,, i i --- ------
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A
Suspicion of Despotism Herald. tine left to tell the tale. on July 5, 1307.He .
t. When county commissioners assume But the t names the following witnesses
t trick of appealing to the ; :
I
authority to forbid citizens to 'I Politics Did It prejudice of the country against to prove his continuous residence up i When in need of any

fish from a county bridge they are I! One of the grafters who received Ocala is an old one and has been on, and cultivation of, too land, viz:
I
assuredly getting close to the limit; sentence in Pensacola Thursday, ask- successfully worked before, and that James Summers of Belleview, Fla.; thing in our line

yet that is what the commissionersof I ed, through his attorney, for lenien this feeling exists no well informed Jeff Davis of Belleview, Fla.; Burrell i i I

\ \i Duval county have done. If Florida I CThe attorney stated that the person will deny, but let them sim- Samuel of Belleview, Fla.; George i;> get our prices :
were ruled by a king, and DUalcounty "prisoner had, to within the I Summers 1 :
up past ply admit that their actions are bas- of Belleview, Fla. t

tI by a governor general of royal two or three years, enjoyed a good ed on this prejulice, and let it go atj 5-24 HENRY S. CHUBB, ,

i appointment, such an order would be I reputation." that and not resort to the Register. 'I t
charge
\
\ I\I Il criticized as an act of tyranny and I "Two or three years since "said that Ocala Las a greed for public office OUR MOTTO IS TO PLE SEu. !
oppresion. Yet the Notice to '
Ij in Duval people everywhere I the counsel, "the prisoner entered which is not true, as the records -Creditors i
patiently submit
to into
: politics-he got into bad company will show.
j' I ...... .
\\j jB their laws and regulations by officers of,!: and these led to his down fall." Of the present county officers the )tors Notice, legatees is hereby, distributees given to all and credo! all1! -- '-- ".5 .6,
own choosing, which
they That's ...
ab out the way of it. When assessor was elected from Mcintosh: I other persons having claims or demands -
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would resent and resist under other a man quits honest work to go into the superintendent of public instruction against the estate of Herbert i i ;..... .. .. ..................... --
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forms.-Pensacola wwvv .
Journal A. Ford 4
politics it deceased, late
doesn't of
take him long to from Citra, the tax collector Ocala, Mar .
,
B Three Truths go to the devil.-Milton Index. from Lake Weir, the sheriff from I same ion County to the, Florida undersigned, to present within two the i I.': : The New Travelers Hotel i i

Pensacola Dunnellon, and the late supervisorof I years from this date. .
has
put her county graft Beard's Gopher Bill registration from Blitchtoa and the GEORGE H. FORD, I.. AMCI1ICAX AND ll'ItoPE.PL.X I
in
ers jail and let
J a contract for a If we are to judge by the attention county treasurer from CECELIA WHITE FORD $. w. usaa. rr: r1etor;
Eureka ,
I : ten-story building. That speaks well it received in the state press, John and EMILY FORD STOTESBURY, 1.m!.:.!:, oast: i
that Ocala has the Allk'rv 1'1
t for a town that is county judge, is As Executors of .oi III J al"f l.foO Eanry.n "
to 1i'
soon be connected Beard's gopher bill the the last Will and Now Under & J.tr .1Id "p
was most important Nets
with Andalusia by railroad.Mil- I! because he did not submit his fateto Testament of. Herbert A Ford De .i: lanag'ment.ewly Furnished and nt'ROUtt>l. : ,
ligan Herald. i measure considered: by the + the tender mercies of the democratic ceased. .\ Pleasant Family Home. e

I recent legislature.-Chipley Verdict executive committee. Ocala Florida, Feby **, 1917. I t: All Cars From the Union Station
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-Local l- and Personal --I The vegetable shippers are complaining i(i MISS ALTA PEARSON ENTER Successful Chicken RaisingIn THE LATE MRS OWENSA i ri r- PROFESSIONAL CAROl

t ; about the shortage of crates. TAINS.In i
making his tour of the county,

Editor. our special agent Mr. R. W. Ervin, Noble Old Woman Who Died Friday i I

Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local I Col. W. X. Camp is in the city, honor of her attractive guest, was pleased to find that many of MorningThe W. H. POWERS M. D.

i i looking after his business interests in Miss Ophelia Gray of St. Petersburg, our farmers have been quite success death of Mrs. Mary A. Owens, ,
iI PHYSICIAN AND !Si+ H..I i '
Colonel
I this section. Camp, accom-
and Miss Lutie Mote Hansbrough, the ful in raising chickens.Mr. briefly announced elsewhere, has
Mr. M. L. Payne will be a candidatefor t tI I panied by his two daughters, Misses !r -
ri
R. A. Baskin has sold from 125
clerk! of the court at the next elecnon. Sallie and Leta, andIrs.. Clifton guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. II. Mote caused great grief among a large number i i Office Yooge Iliac
hens one hundred and sixty-five dol- ,
Camp Mrs. Bradford, and Miss Alene Miss Alta Pearson entertained about of friends who knew and loved OCALA, i : "
I lars worth of eggs, besides keepinghis I ,
!'Ward, will sail soon for Europe, twenty-five of ber young friends on. own table well supplied. He has the deceased. Mrs. Owens died at the ,I -
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has to T. E. BIGGS.ATTOK.NK.
Bridges gone
JJAllan
where thewill spend several months.Mr. Thursday evening. It was a matterof also raised 250 marketable chickens, residence of ber granddaughter, Mrs.C. .
several
I.Midiburg: Va., to spend
I IWoodmen's deep regret to all that on accountof which will help to swell his purse as B. VanDeman, on East Du'alstreet
:\ \T \I.1\\
w..klr
:-; M. M. Little says that the
illness Miss
Hansbrough was unable -
a side issue. and was the mother of the late
which has been
goat,
to be present. Mr. W. M. Shockley of Lowell has
,, .
.-. \V. .!. Byrne has gone to Hunts- feeding on prickly ash bark and hick Most delicious and refreshing fruit \lbertS.Owens, who was formerly a Law l.itiratv 'lluiOCALA
succeeded in raising 600 chickens
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\ ]1l!'.... Ala.. where she will visit during ory chips for the past month, was in punch was gracefully served by Miss but Mr. Ervin did not ascertain how leading lawyer in this city and who F t'I"+ i \,

the summer. a lively state of mind Friday evening. I(I for -
Bessie Porter. many hens he started with or the years was solicitor of the Duval E. W. DAVIS.

Bareback riding being. Marion's favorite The main feature of this lovely party number of eggs he sold. county criminal court of record.

Mr. Charles Rheinauer likes to bea style, he was amply accommoda- was "sticking peanuts with a hatpin The
barnyards to
everywhere
seem
Mrs. Owens was a native of Orange- ATTORN, \T \1.\\\
juryman, especially in the "goodold ted. ," and the ones proving themselves I Ito be well
supplied with fowls. This is burg, S. C.., and for many years re
Mimmer time." be the best "stickers" were Miss good news, -because whether office-
... J. M. Faircloth, who was tried for sided in Reddick Marion county, (;i.il I Itl.Ck!
Lucile Standley, who was given a set holders or not, we all like "chicken.?' where the old Owens homestead is OCALA F'Lt'Il.l1! I
!the of Dock C. Wade and found
Ut-v. I'risoc the ubiquitous Baptist killing of baby pins, and Mr. Marion Pelot, cated. 10-1 .
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guilty of manslaughter was sentenced
minister, was a pleasant visitor toOt ten who was given a gold seal stick pin. Circuit Court Notes She leaves one daughter Mrs. R. D. FULLER.
Bullock yesterday to
aJa yesterday.Lilly i by Judge Other were played on the lawn
I years in the state penitentiary. His games Judge Bullock passed the following lie Waldo, who is the mother of Mrs. DJNTI I'iT.
for several
hours.
counsel moved for a new trial, but sentences Thursday morning: C. B. VanDemana of this city. She Over Munrue A Ct.anibhs- h o t
Neal, a colored woman con- The following were the guests at .
FU'lUPi
motion overruled. It is un- Henry McNeal, convicted of mur- also leaves several other relatives, OCALA $
urit-ti of embezzllg, was sentenced the. was this enjoyable party: Miss Bessie .
derstood that appeal will be takento der in the second degree, imprisonment one of whom is Judge Dantzler a -
\ "->terday ra the circuit court to oneStar an IcKay, Miss Caroline Pasteur, Miss for life. member of the South Carolina su- J. E. CHACE, a a S. :

imprisonment in the county jail. the supreme court. Marguerite[ Porter, Miss Jean Teague
Arthur Shannon, convicted of the preme court. The interment will be -
I Miss Bettie Mclver Miss Lucile
Ray ,
Contractor Marion and wife left for larceny of a bull, two years. at Reddick, Fla., tomorrow after- DENTISTIjalder
.Messrs. Graham have boughtthe I Miss Minnie Stovall Miss
The Standley, ,
Ocala this morning.-Live Oak Demo- Walter Counts, convicted of assault noon, and the pallbearers as follows
from Mr. L. N. !
books
Abstract Jean Austin, Mis Elizabeth Newsom,
and battery, $_5) and costs or three are requesed to meet at the VanDe- Bfcwk.
r.ro-n and now own the business they Miss Carrie Pelot and Miss Annie Atkinson
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crat.We I .tlW: : II l
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welcome Comractor Marion and months in the county jail. The costs man residence at 8 o'clock tomorrow OCAL4 -
haw bt.t'n successfully conducting fortllI.t' and Messrs. Witherspoon and .
want him to take an inventory of our in this case amount to $i2. morning: Judge Rhydon M. Call, lion. -
time. Robert Anderson FLORENCE BRIG_
Richard MISS
Dodge, ,
new buildings, their style and finish, All the above parties are colored.J. J. E. Hartridge lIon. C. M. Cooper

when he Heron Todd, Clarence Meffert, Ralph M. Faircloth was called up toe: Judge J. L. Doggett, Dr. W. M. Bost-
t The jurors in the Faircloth case say and applythem wisely returns Robinson Brantley Andoloete Weathers .6. GRAPnER & TYPlWUlll'ltto I I .
,
sentenced, but his counsel interposedsome wick, E. A. Champlain, P. Priolfau
Live Oak. Our love for that ,
L both sides were to
J that the speeches on
Sam Barco, Phil Robinson, Ma- '
and W. K.
motion, and his sentence was McDonald.-Jacksonville --
the finest they ever listened to at any city causes us to want it to be right rion Pelot, Frank Harris, jr., Frederick not passed. Metropolis.Mrs. .mm< rol,l Rank.

murder trial and some of them hart up-to-date. Ilocker Norton Davis and Edward OCALA. FlDIID.\
The case against C. A. Liddon, for : Owens was quite well known in
served on a number of cases. TheJIt'chE's Green. i
and logical. Anthony is now shipping ten carloads an attempt to bribe a public officer, Ocala, and her many friends will regret .--

were impressive of cantaloupes daily, and about During the evening Miss Marguerite was set for the special term of. court to learn of her death.AdamsThaggard. ,
Porter and Andeloete
five caraloads of melons. Other veg- Weathers September 9, 1907.Trouble.
Mr:*. E. P. Thagard and two little sang several songs. Burnett
eables are also being shipped from Jerry
girls, Ellen and Lucy and Miss Ellen Ice cream and cake were served at
this little place daily and the fields at Zuber Last Sunday afternoon Mr. Roy Adams .
Noggins; of Reddick who has been about twelve. ,-
... and station present a picture of busy One of the negroes at the saw mill and Miss Marie Thattard, and
vi itiug Mrs. Thagard, left yesterday Merchant
activity. Reddick. Lowell, Sparr, Ir- at Zuber struck Foreman Cook Saturday Mr. II. M. Parish and Miss Mildred
'Ir K -ddick, where they will spendseveral Another Conviction.
vine and Fairfield are all in the swim over the head with a billet of Adams left Jasper for an evening's!

weeks. and making hay, so to speak, while Arthur Robinson, the little negro wood, and did not wait upon the or- drive to Suwannee Springs. When

shines. who stole the money hid in a shoe, der of but had Tailoring
the sun going, hurriedly picked they reached Tiger Creek, a mile
And now the esteemed Tampa
tried in the circuit
was yesterday himself and left for out from
up parts un- town, their teams were halt-
N. v -, ays that Mr. and Mrs. C. E. r
and convicted.The .
Mr. John T. Lewis, state prison inspector court
known. Those who saw him going ed under the wide spreading; branches -
t'ahr''aih! have gone to Ocala, where
was in Ocala yesterday and newspapers' printed full accounts say if he kept up the same rate of of an old oak tree, and Rev. C.V..
i'n\' f'i' probably make their future of this theft at the time it Ocala, Florida.
gives a fairly good account of the con- was speed for any considerable distance Smith appearing on the scene, spoke
t li"iu'> Ocala seems to be growing
dition of the prison camps. He is committed. Mr. Davenport was a that he reached the Georgia line be- the words which made }lr. Adams Finest Imported and*
I -''11.'' and new citizens are coming to
instituting a good many reforms and carpenter on the new court house and fore nightfall.Dr. and Miss Thaggard twain one ftt lib. Domestic Cloths. .
\ unh! us from all directions.
changes for the better and we be- on a certain Saturday night was paid D. M. Smith of this city 'was After the-quiet little ceremony in

\11'\111 : others the following names lieve he is the right man in the right $170. During the night his wife had I called to dress Mr. Cook's wounds this cool shaded wood and the: expressions Cutting a Specialty s

:a! < i? inn canvassed, and it is said place and at the end of his administration thoughts of the visitations of burglars and says the cut inflicted upon his of greetings and best wishes Fits Guaranteed.

\\ '! tit'r the race for the sheriff's of- any camp in the state, whether and hid the money in a shoe. I scalp is painful, though not danger- from the three witnesses, the bride .
state or will defy criti- The next morning (Sunday) Mr. Dav- and -
their
county groom proceeded on
II" t (i- : K' next election: A. J. Brig- way o

,,'ii. .1 I.1V.. Bishop J. E. Howell John cism. We hope so at least. enport gave his shoes to the little negrO ous.We did not learn what: was the origin the springs, and Rev. Smith. Mr. Parish -

I ih\.r.h: >. J. L. Smoak, J. Y. Miller. to be shined, his wife forgettingo .1 of the trouble. and Miss Adams returned to townto TO THE CITIZENS OF MARION

Mr. Carlton, representing the Oli tell her husband that she had hid tell the
H. !1'. Hull./ news.
vet commission house of New York, the money in one of them. l I; A Pathetic Sight. Miss Thaggard is one of Jasper's COUNTY : ?yYou're

that he has bought twenty car As soon as the little negro made the most beautiful and
I highly accomplish
Mr! o U. Olin, postmaster and may- says ,1 j For five Mr. Andrews has *
years
loads of cantaloupes to date and find he returned the shoes minus the ed ladies. Mr. Adams
": ': Kfiidrick, was among Ocala's up young a son
j been the trusted chairman of the
Wt h-ome at our
i"'I" :,M"'iit visitors Thursday. Keu: that they are just as good now as they uonoy and scampered away and hid: I of Hon. and Mrs. Frank Adams, i is a sure .
board of
,
commissioners of Es-
county store. In fact, we err \
:. > > au important political stroni4 ;- wen> I tin1 first week that they began the treasure but it subsequently: i ,successful young business man. and -
j cambia countHe. was recently anxious to have <-, i :
.i'! 7' holding recovered, or the most of it. the efficient head of the Hamilton you
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prices are
: in ibis county. It is tt* houit rip! : 'i up
1 ., I convicted of "grafting" in the crira- and inspect the fin**: ,1.i _
i.;'. I'.. C. McLeod.. Mr. W. E. XixM' ret ar.at.V: well as have the pric:'", Judge Bullock appointed Julg Trading Company and their friends!
f inal court at Pensacola and arrivedat
:! 1. U. Webb, but amont them of a'l;} Florida products tIiike:, uaon.. Young, of Inverness, to defend thE" | who are many. will join the Ne vsin store in the South.
,
s M1. dim easily holds his'; o-ui. Heay the cantaloupe'- kill\\ be finish little bootblack, and he made a most : the prison; distributing camps near wishing for them a long and useful t >
| ibis city Thursday and was sent to
week b" iin adriirabble and ingeniouus defense life, with much happiness and
i -1 I !rat next shipment peace

:.r; Lanier, om of tie in )N, .b'. elf mi "'ii- \\I1!: contin'K; i 1'-r: MIMO: time fur him. but the jury v a.s inexorable.1! I II i he Bmtgeabaeh phosphate mines of mind.! -Jasper News. OUR PARCEL BUREAU
and was seen yesterday by a sentle
j:, )j ''I'! d! politician in Fl"n'-i.I w.i.-, Ion! i :r, \i"s Thasard is cousin of .!js
The Rebekahs man of this: city who knew him in hip Well\ he lail.t'l take care
.< 11.1.1 visitor viMtTdaj a:'.1 1 \.a- i Lilian Tbi;:;and of this city, and was '

..:nina; a 1'1'1.\\,1 l of frll'l.d! ; \\ .:,> Ensli.Redgrave; : : ?, miming out of Miriam Rebekah Lods- held :a wry I prosperous days.! He was dressed in a vls-ucr; here tw! past season, and!I of your parcels: while you are
prison stripes and was peparatinu Bring them in and
n\ious '''I t'i'i.iiu his \ u'a. 'Ocala on I Lt'' Seaboard met with a pe- enthusiastic meeting in their ]lodge the liters of her marriage will: be a i I in town.
rock as it passed from the crusher we'il take of them, and
.mi-is <'..minlatON, whose th.inr; ,culiar accident Friday night. While room Thursday night, at which time ; pleasant surprise to her friends h' r". care

(\ i .1',!i\assed for certain state of- making an extra run to Crystal River the various interests of the lodge I He presented a most pathetic picture you won't lose them.
I Why will people suffer themselvesto
: 1 II.! says that "nole conten.is and sidetracked at Dallas, to await a were freely discussed by all present.This : Mrs. Scott Entertains in Honor 01 r

\\ discovered in Lake county. passing train, he climbed to the top being the regular night for! be tempted and run the risk of sc I Miss Huzzyon CUE DRUGS ARE ALL flESH Ail NKE
much disgrace and humiliation?
cab for breath of nomination of officers the matter was I
of the engine a mistaken
make
Saturday afternoon Mrs. G. S and you no
fresh air and fell asleep. A passing fully discussed by the members present i
.' ., e a number of persons have de- .' Scott gave a most delightful party i I when you buy >-oor drug of
and be- and it unanimously decided A Narrow Escape.
him was
roused suddenly
"'Mu.ii.M to make a raid on Mr. engine honor of her niece, Miss Minnie Huz us.

< '.: !n'- line Plymouth Rocks. Theya. ing bewildered and half awake he to place the lodge for the next term in Henry; Murray and his driver, Bell I zy, who is her attractive guest.

'. fell to the rails below breaking his the hands of old experienced lodge Fluitt had a narrow escape yester
l' Las been feeding on "chicken"luti The special feature of this party

i iuiiih and many years longerh.iu right leg below the knee. He was members, so that the new sister Re day afternoon. They were driving u p was a sewing contest. To each guests Hunter Drug Company

rJ' brought to Ocala for treatment. bekahs might have a practical dem- Osceola street and an engine wa
) t' promised, and he has now was given a square and they wen

r-a,'hed I the turning of the lane where onstration of the proper managementof almost immediately upon them be- requested to write and embroidei i

c, has tot to give the "other fellow" Mr. J. C. Baskin, one of the pioneer lodge work. fore they saw it. The space bet weerI I their name, and the one who prove d

has ten The following persons were nomi- the railroad tracks and the fence wa s
._ a tlallCt' citizens of Anthony, I to have done the work the best wa;5
f acres of cantaloupes that are said to nated for the various elective offices: very narrow, too narrow it seems fo r Miss Helen Brown, and she was given

\1 r F. M. Harp of Citra was recent- be particularly fine, and he is in Jake Brown, N. G.; E. Jeffords, V. G.; vehicle to turn, but the frighten d a silver mounted emory. Miss Lu Marion

.> -.ud for peonage before the fedora good spirits over the way they fruited :M. M. Little, Secretary, and Mrs. Jake Ii horses made the turn without upsetting tie :Mote Hansbrough was given thvisitor's he

court at Jacksonville. The charg and the flavor they obtained. Mr. Bas Brown, Treasurer.The the vehicle and turned th
*-:. against 'him were of so flimsy acaacter kin used a special fertilizer of his own various minor offices will be I first street just a ahair's breadth ii After the squares had been worke 1 Ihlnn" llun S Ut t 1I' tt 1,

that the jury scarcely left mixture, which perhaps he will man- filled as far as possible by sister Re- +j! front of the engine. Both men jump,. they were sewed together and made *

bekahs who are most competent to ed from the vehicle uuninjured. Th.j 1 DUNNELLON, FLORIDARates
the market.
and
1 Dt'lr'ats before bringing in a ver- ufacture place upon into a pillow and given to the honored

idrt of acquittal. The friends of Mr E. O. Painter hit upon a fertilizer that do the work, and it is hoped that the j fleeing horses turned _many street guest as a souvenir of this pretty

Hart in this county will be glad to way some years ago and began its next six months will prove very ben- j'I'before they were stopped, but horse:5 party. t r

hi-ar of this. Mr. Harp is one of our manufacture on a small scale and eficial to the lodge. ,, and vehicle were uninjured. Mrs. Scott was assisted in enteltaining 81.50 to S2.50 per day,

>), citizens.: he is now one of our largest manu- I her guests by her daughter i
Picnic- at Calvary I t :: Under New Management
facturers. Announcement Cards Miss Louise Scott, and Mrs. N. I. Got!

v 11'. H. :M. Dearborn, the former There will be a picnic at Johnny I I The following cards have been rEceived Refurnished Throughout. t

SliP"! uu-ndent of the electric light Mr. Z. D. Garrett,* marshal of Springs on Tuesday, the 25th of June. t! in Ocala: lieb.At the conclusion of the afternoon t I

plal'a arraigned yesterday in the Brooksville, and a former attache of Everybody is invited to come and "Mr. Thomas Walter Hardy an- delightful and refreshing cream and Porter Meets all Trains-, i

cm-nit court on a charge of the lar- the Ocala Banner was in town yesterday bring with them baskets full of good I nounces the marriage of his daughter, cake were served. 1 I
We Solicit a share of the r'u i i lie
There will be ice cream and .
is
I" -tr.: i-f copper wire to the amount of: and says that Saturday go- things. I' Florence, to Dr. Frederick Bowen

:.l 11 mired dollars. lIe pleaded I.ing to be a red letter day in the his- plenty of good water at this pretty Thursday, May the thirtieth, nineteen The Jacksonville Metropolis says patronage. \.

n :'i.y and a motion was made to tory of Brooksville. The occasion is spring. It has a stone house built hundred and seven. At Home after that Dr. J. :M. Spence has applied to -

,. ..-'. the! indictment. but the motion)the formal celebration of the runningof over it which was done years ago. It''i 1+' July first, lOS West Adams Street, the postal authorities to have the I! Mrs. Kilpatrick, Prop.

w.' ,,\ .,(uled. He will be tried Tues-II the Tampa Northern into that is sometimes known as Basket Well. j!! Jacksonville, Florida." I I Il name of his place changed from Alligator -'I !

:;" pretty little city. It means much for All are cordially invited. ]I II I I Miss Hardy spent several weeks to something else. It suggests Dunnellon, Fla.

I, its future and we are glad the eventis MAUDE WILLIAMS: \!l[ in Ocala this spring with her aunt, I i that Lake City also balked at theI t

:\fr.J Workman will leave lion- going to be fittingly celebrated Calvary, June 13, 1907. |I,! Mrs. J. A. Pittman. :'i I I name and would have none of it. '

daay for Gainesville where he has Brooksville is naturally one of the _____ I|i i [ Speaking of alligators, we never .

accepted a position in the summer I most picturesque and charming spotsin The U. D. C. Entertained.Mrs. I II I! Invitations have been received in i( thought them pretty, until a recent For Sale,-Dr. Marean'a Liter Pills

normal.. ;le is a most capable and Florida and it ought long since to Jake Brown most pleasantly i I Ocala to the wedding of Mr. Thomas I trip to the Everglades, when we saw made from Dr Marean's private for-
I .
efficient instructor and has built up a have been a city of several thousand entertained the members of the ; Colcock Bailey and Miss Mary Adalyn I a number of crocodiles. From that: mula; have been tested for tweet

1 school in Ocala that will long be a inhabitants: and we hope that it will] Daughters of the Confederacy at their i Hubbard. The wedding will occur at J I moment the alligator began to assume five years; purely vegetable. Sent

monument to him. We hope he will now make up for lost time. Es-Gov monthly meeting yesterday afternoon. four o'clock, July the seventh, at the shapes of beauty. We do not know postpaid on receipt of price. 25 eta a

not fall so in love with the Univer ernor Jennings', Colonel George Martin Quite a number were present and after -i home of the bride in Levy, South what animal we would have to see to box. Address,

?sity city that he will not come back !. and oher gentlemen, enjoying the business had been transacted Carolina. Miss Hubbard spent several make the crocodile look handsome. w Mrs. Beatrice Marean,

to us, but it is said that this Is the state and local renown, will deliver Mrs. Brown served delightful refresh months in Ocala last summer with Perhaps it might be the hippopota 16 East Belmont St.

penalty one pays who visits that city. I.orations. ments. her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Felton. I mus. Pensacola F1a.Y .

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The Cotton Crop I The Use of FloatsI THE LEVY COUNTY SHOOTING NOTICE'1.

!
f The following is the condition of
of I The agricultural journals with the Feeling Against the Lovvmans-Phin- Notice is hereby given that the following described ludt. will wlOd:

I the coming crop, according to the!i' belief that they are assisting farmers ney's Funeral Was a Large OneA at public auction on Monday the

I I go\ernment report just issued: i I are advocating the use of "floats," and rpeort comes from Bronson to the First Day of July 1907*

!I the American Fertilizer with County of Marion, or so much thereof a, .be n. (' '
That the acreage is six-tenths of the ob- at Ocala, in the yaR
effect that Bascom Lowman and his
To i k j I one per cent, smaller than that of (.ject of showing the fallacy of so doting to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite tIlt, ,:ai::, 'ognh-r Wl'h

It [: AAAAAAD j! last year. ,, has several times publishedi son George Lowman, accused of the cost of such sale and advertising.OWNER .

theethat< ;I'-; j That replanting has been necessary j I! credited articles from the farm jour- murder of Dunlap Phinney at Raleigh I

i I'm to ;IJ.!) per cent. of the total area. :nals, in order that the claims and arguments Saturday night, are both in jail at = :

or -,.:. That the vitality of the plant is low, .I i in favor of applying phos- ]Bronson, Bascom Lowman being arrested ..-= -X

'' appearance often sickly and condition !p hate rock on soil may be read some- :Monday and George Lowman DESCRIPTION OF LAND .__ = a_ x w !. 1.I

uncertain. j what as curiosities. : 2: :: -t : ]
.
That the crop is 18 days later than i i i'ast For many years the agricultural ex- Wednesday.It -'f.' r- :: --: ::: .

be ?' year. j jperiment] stations have cautioned is said that a large crowd late Unknown. . ... lots 1 to 20 inc Lit 143: -
.: : Grant Park sees 7 and I' J r.i !I' 1
That cultivation has proceeded onlyin i{ farmers against purchasing insoluble yesterday afternoon had gathered .0' 14 of I 1-4 and 91
I E Smith. . . n 1-2 of se nw
tQg most southerly portions of the belt I and unavailable plant foods and the about the jail, and the spirit of the Mary i swl4ofsefoinwHIsel.40fswl4. i : !r! :' .lt

OCR and not universally there. :reasons then advanced are potent at I mob showed C V Roberts . . ; 1" 1*: __: U'I J Z")

fncb 1PlL Ar, That stands of the early planted 'the present time. I great indignation over McGehee & Mayo.; . n 1-2 of se 14 and M' 1-4 of .
'
AlE I the matter, and it is stated that Sher- se 1-4. Pi', __ I n, :.j
'' and that the To be immediately available, the
on<>n are poor replant
!iiff Walker has been publicly censured Thos Wilson. . . e 34 and sw 14 of sw 1-4 11 ; 1 :'::" i 1- 4: j
uhas: been so recent that no report . 1-4 1-1 and ne 11 t
se j
sulphuric I Thos Wilson. . .
for the 1.4ne
having apparently delayed -
ant ni t-tands was possible to a general of se 1 IHeirs I- I" ,. j
t I arrests so long. The report of the fractl I lot 4 . ,' "- 1
'.t. nt. 1 1I fers to invest his money in phosphates i iI of W; C Eagleton. Jot 2 and ''' .', i
P j!I of the officer is not authentic 1 to 5 inc Hai< h' (- '
censure lots
Hat I i seed were scarce in all states :and wait from five to twenty Years j P Philips . .
I I however. sub of n 1 1-J IIf 1 1".' i"
\II'pt the two Carolinas and Texas. 1 1i for results, he may derive at least i i j Caldwell's ad Ocala. 7 -, ,

'. 'i 1..at labor conditions are slightly :some benefit from the rock, but in I No preliminary hearing has yet I i ii . . ]lot ."'.', Mitchells revised al f
ftC Edwards.
ftph r4t.m.uw 1 -- favorable than last year, thej'' 'this age of large yields and quick rei i i been had and it is understood that a i ,YJ t (Jella. . . . I, _

special term of the circuit court will i, E. L. CARNEY. Tax C:. 'tcr
il' !:! supplies being drawn ,iipL; >a forp I turns':, it is a loss of time and money :

i > i r work to do so. The only method of denvm'i ;: be asked for the trial of these men. ,

tot It is further that I ...,,..,_... .._.. ,. r- a/VOr> _
'i :i<' a', : '.- of the ('iup fin lay i full value of the amount invest-i'i: reported nearly I #.... .._ __ --q_ __ :: _- -=

::< was ", II" 'r cei,
... .. There of Mr. Phinney in 1Cilli-ton.- ':
; M ti t" C'Iet. la-i :' 1.1-' i foodof the hightt grades.
\ : Special to Gainesville Sun. :
are parties who are setting rich bylimn i ii ,
g r 1 .
: .!,\\ wbeibwa!
b The Quail's Good Friends pho.p'i.iTe 1I

... -films;! ground I pho-phate: : rock: anal 1 Morgan's Legacy
tcj] r1 n "T Mother finds ni'neb ill
quail good
c< 11. C a c C i.G r.y!; claim t'10 In Tleli rave rock, :1 Senator Morgan was a siit man
t Ilr section men who w\Jing! ;
ou
: are .i i're the grai.t.rffiirb: :-usge,;ted asa Perhaps the state never produce-.1 another -
a( tinA.. C. L. railroad in Brad lJrd. .\ j
rnp'v.. Ale MHiroe of pota-h! 5 b in a condition like him. in ability in a ilia-tl'r- ,
tlll
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p\ !adin the office of the tate -
ea-gj-wnrz-Trrr-n.-- Tp mis gamvruden \\ '"!Cb requii: a'l'iu-r: a human life ful Knowledge of all leading p'ilic! I
v;
.r- ---- ----- \ at Jacksonville :inform th"
,nine before a tin:::1 r ran reciever questions, or a iiuta so re-r ta c' fi.l in
Star of an interesting (nu-uuiitanC' k.-- FIRST AND LAST
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'?!u'p. n-dtioii tit tl'e! foini of increasd tU'b.ue. more peri.tept.. iim\au'uni?.
P preeminentamong thai occurred in Bia-aoi.l l c..mntr. '1
I c-ropx h'-'ic"' ihe monej. thus inuud iincomproniisinsr in what ho coi.ceh-i
f
non-alco- iuar Dukes. The right ota of th. r.t T +htP4 -
t > would pay h.t'r if applied to t .1 a public du'y, and who taiue upon -4 ) r4i; q1
t
mad being protected from
1 holic beverages. tivspa-- ,I'Mpmchas'' 'it salable plant food tt.' stage of public! life with a ('kmer .-t L .
"I':; and intruders affords a com -c.
It has the highest para Fertilizer ssloi'd'! always J-e used to ;, record, and left i u with a rtcorJo |
t- iuel\] and the finthe d lei Mean made
quiet place quail all
$ $ to who
purity ant! most superior | .t--i.--t in larger crop at reduced coat i liutat'ni:,hed after over hart a (';'nturyin ,
I
!i long grass in the fence corners !! American Fertilizer. the public Montgom.loir; : -
quality ; ,
r to produce.possible Asa w'ood:: places for their nests. When I i _. Wait : buy or wear them. In stylcO

drink it is marvtl:Ublyefficient 'Of the :section; men come upon them they C iro's Curse of Blindness i\ I Ii i ease and durability, "Shield Brand Shoes"
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F in the relief ;':ul) Hpre' cut around and leave the pretty brooder The mst thing that impresses the 1 If one should judge by the a; near'ance : toe the murk of perihelion.: .

:. rtionof! iru!.;:, -.m undisturbed. Farmers might take in Cairo is the number of '
stranger
of the
dro\e of catile
; frequent
ai.il+l never cuu.>oo J:;,:.->..; ., a hint from this, and when mowing I SOLD D1 UGUAfJLE MbfiCIIAISTS ONLY
j I ]blind-men, women and children-to
tilJU. being driven through the qtrts: from

pa Cheap imitations nuy their grass, leave a little patch, if I |be found everywhere, in the shops !i time to time, it would seeiii Mat: anDther M. C. SiR GO. Manufacturers.. ;

J t be had, but none ave as they discover a quail's nest within. I and on the streets. Opthalmia is very i I important industry has l IJ'< en ail l s'I' ATLANTA, CA. ;.
They could even afford to leave a lit ;
rich in th :t ginger flavor, I j prevalent throughout Egypt. Because I ded to the rapidly increasing impor;- ? For Sals by ; '
royal sparkle and bc('nefi- tie for the and in
grain same reason I !
of the Z
i superstition concerning "eul.j: of Gaines\ille. Bunchta ,)f c-at- q MARION SHOE COMPANY L
cial tii'tct! as Red Roth "
this way these useful birds would be !
; the native mothers of the mid-
eye jtle 1 1I are frequently seen. beins !brought
Sold ,' here,fart eorsmall enabled to multiply more rapidly I
veryw ale or lower class do not wash then !Jto market from the ranges of tile
bottles or&c a glass: from bottle 'i in\' have enemies enough and ma I IsholllI :
eyes of their babies at all. Watching ;!
West End and from the Suv:annee
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be their friend. All honor to I .L>.WB. -- -
The Red Rock. Co.IjjksojeJ the flies buzzing unheeded around and ; 'valley Lafayette and Levy countless '
the railroad section men, and oth- '
may upon these blind children, a stranger:'but I one of the largest to arrive; fur
Fia. .'t':- of their calling do likewise. ''i '!
hastens, to buy a fly-\vhik. These are i several months was the dro\ .' brought'in

I..d". Butler Star. !'jfor I J i sale everhue: aad are quite ;' i Monday from the Suwamll'e"alllY 1 I Ocala House Wine Roois.1'I

; attractive with their ornaments of 1: 1 by T. G. Hogan of Judson an J Arch ) ,

Tim following advice from the Mi- ;, }fancj. beads and palm-leaf fiber. Blind I i

:itlliIetropolis is applicable to all l beggars greet one at every corner.I I cant-prised6] l, 1 tfl'l '

Q, t NOtj I (

-ou of the year: Get out the brooms I OLD L1EGHANYH
fifes j there are many blind. The aA'erage. The majority of them were ; fl
the rakes, the shovels, the sickles th !I
t'er elates of Egyptians are ,
gn'en1/ fat and sleek: being evidence of the

lawn m'rc f'rthe: wh" elbarrows, the' ,much to hasheesh-that is, the lower i i j fact: that the ranges are now good, de- :

cans, this trash cans the: boxes the (elates in the )large cities-and, a- i i spite the continued drouth which way

-oap, ti:e mops the scrubbing brush ,, ,though it is again the law to sell'-' 1 1it. broken: only a few weeks ago.-Sun. j jI i I PURE YEI

.,' r.i THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO.?: 'es, the iniie the disinfectants, the : j one will hathe' hasheesh: :: places I IIJl"iut'd iI
. I I .
," =. Whoelsale! Distributors, j sprayer.=, the hose, and let energy and 1
\ and the
who smoke
out. lueii
. I Osceola has a female :
i I county county
Ocala, Fla. :'i intelligtnce take comij'and.' Cleanup; ;
i I Io ,iue drug are seen e\er\ where. They' ;;j I treasurer: Governor Broward havine : Put 4 full Qts
,.' the (flanks and rear awell as the up
-, I. are tiibtinguislicii l b> He; peculiar ap- appointed last \H'ek11'5.. Gilbert, \rid- j
f' ., ,5J -- -- -------- front. Clean up everything thatneE'lh l, >earance of lhl'il''IS. which become o".v of J. R. Gilbert deceased, whoIaas > in

.Y Edward Parson Weston, probably ; ; cleaning, and do it well. It i ia i- ; Fancy Cartoons
red swollen and
baggy underneath county treasurer at the time of1 I ;
the most famous pedestrian in the big job for one day, but by keeper:?
ana by the peculiar' color ot the skin, ,
: "his death.! This thing of female ofj
at it for two or three days we (',,11'ha'e j Delil
world is now 71 years old, but he isI ai i which rtbeuibleb: couewhat the skin i I lice holders is getting to he quite ; :' d at your i
i a spotless town. There are -
still a walker, with whom men one- : I(ot a Chinese opium sllUl"r.-LeSlic's'I' common in Florida. Look out, it'I i
few people who ought also to ]be 'I
third his age cannot compete. Forty !1 bathed.-Gainesville Sun. | Weekh. ,I might prove the opening wedge to woman Express Office r

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suffrage in this state -Madison
I
he walked from Portland i I
years ago ,
We
do know
| not that the above is [

a Me., to Chicago, a distance of 1256 i, :applicable to Ocala, since the organaj j An innocent Had Time looking Enough little boy accosted "I I New Enterprise. i II II I Foi' $ #]> c) i )

.., miles, in thirty days of elapsed timeor ization of the Ladies' Civic League! I a portly old gentiemana in the l i j I 'Jo '-1

twenty-six days of actual walking but it will do no harm to print it. It I I' The Pensacola Journal regard: Governor ,
I :street one day, and asked:
r, time. lIe will not walk on Sunday ; shows what is needed and is Broward Florida's remarkable j ]
> I going on as Regular $1.00
toJ J "If you please, will you tell me the a Quart Whiskey write foi
P .. Some weeks hence he is going in other towns. I 1 time?" man, and it is doubtful if anyone ;I ; ro

start out to do the trip over againand I! will care to take issue with the Journal :I complete Price list
o "The time, my son, answered the
says he expects to lower his record : Poor Telegraph Service !. unless, perchance it be Claude> :
old[ gentleman, taking out his_watch, I
,. by at (Uast one or two days. Last It might be a good thing to atolls i i'"is just half past one" I L'Engle, who, since the veto of thf"I I

year.. _- he... walked. from.. Philadelphia to the Western Union Telegraph service "Is it?" replied the urchin. "Well. I state; printing bill, should retard the'i iI Dcala House Wine Rooms. 1
new iorK m less man twenty-tour
.
i governor as remarkably eai-: > -Pa-
hours. lIe thinks nothing of a fifty as a nuisance and invite the Postal 1 when it's two o'clock go and get your I latka News.

I Telegraph Company to take its place. i ii I hair cut" ,,
mile jaunt without rest. Dr. Osler I OCALA FLORIDA.
t :i Last week the writer was Baldwin I This was more than flesh and blood I
ought to have a look at the old Wes- I
Hon. J. M. Barco is
and was going to Ocala. He desired could stand, and the exasperated gentleman being pleasantly
ton before he talks about placing the I ------ -
i i j to see an Ocala man on important gave chase after the boy. But spoken of by many of the state papers --- -
permissible age limit at G) years. J in connection with the office
:1 business and wired him !i ij of
to the
:Miami News. meet unfortunately, on taking a corner at I

I II I :j train at the depot. But the train top speed he came in violent collis- I comptroller. Should he be elected to I John B Stetson

I reached Ocala before the wire did. ion with a laborer coming in the opposite the office, wonder if he will find it University

: I R. Hudson Burr chairman of the How long first we could not stay to I I I direction. I necessaray to employ so manay I Four alleges and Fuv Ter-linual School! ,

state his railroad commission, announces find out, as that would probably have I I "Who yer runnin' into, yer old II clerks-Madison: New Enterprise. i 11. .L1 I). FLHIJ\

candidacy for the gubernatorial'taken another day. But we missedour !\| fool?'' exclaimed the man when he I I Affiliated with the University of j j
nomination. Mr. Durr knows how to I I! Chicaeo ,
; man and were seriously inconven had recovered from the shock. It is alleged that the Hon. R. Hud- COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-Tho A I
'I run a campaign he knows what he'' I' standards are those of th I"r..ersitv .
Burr is the "administration" .
ienced. This sort of thing happens "I'm sure I am very sorry." apologized son candidate of Chicago. Stetson's graduates
will have I receive tht"and ,'
to "buck
i up against and degrees from Ii'-
f: I. i again and again. In fact it is the rule. I the old gentlemana, pointing to for governor next year. Mr. Stetson Chicago. _See the Chicago and
will not go into the fight blindly. Mr. (j Stetson catalog
'!'One reason is the fool custom the Burr should get in his declaimer as COLLEGE OF
in
requir grinning boy the distance. I LAW-Graduates of
i
Burr 3s a member of the this College
\ t. state railroad ing 1 soon as possible for the man who tice law in Florida are adnd to i i'I':
every message sent to Jacksonville -1 That young scoundrel asked me the i without examination.
, commission has made a I
reputa- "
before it j fails to make the race on his own merits COLLEGE
be
can started its time OF
on just now, and when I said it was'I TECHNOLOGY AND
tion SCHOOL
as a fearless advocate of the OF
I I MECHANIC ARTSMechanical -
destination. In the name of half | and his own policies is the man : Civil
a long he told Electrical
past one, me to get
my Engineering
of ; and .
rights the people when their Manual .
ti. rights Ii Traill1u :1' :
; ; suffering public we appeal to the legislature i ii hair cut at two o'clock." who is very likely to get left.-Live tug to degrees. Fine new building, costly UUrSl'n a
were contended by rich corporations. equipment.
* for relief. Either abolish the "Well said the Oak Democrat. COLLEGE OF '
j I man, "what's yer BUSINESS-Banking
lIe promises to issue a platform j' j I in all its branch.,. P.ookKI..M! -
I II
J thing or force it to render the sere 0 bioomin hurry? You've got nearly a by best methods. Shorthand and -
i showing>ibis position on state issues. vice needed.-Citrus | Every Man His Own Doctor. other Typewriting. Elect\e ,"Jtlrs ul,, :, .t.
Chroni Departments.
County half hour
-One of the I
yet. Phunny Large
Faculty
Burr will poll a big vote.-DeLand and commodious
: .cle.i The average man cannot afford to PREPARATORY builrjIl.
I Papers. I
, ACADEMY-Graduates
Xews. ; employ a physician for slight
i every I Yale Princeton prepared lo tll.r liar: -'

I i i! The St. Petersburg Independent I A Series of Cute ailment or injury that may occur in II I NORMAL Cornell Michigan Chicago and all first class! t',llege! ;,
"Will the legislature of 1909 be a'' Pictures his family, nor can he afford to neg- AND MODEL SCHOOLS-i. Kindergarten I ;
Viand the DeLand News have each got The New York Sunday World con- lect them as so slight an injury as I ing. 2, Primary and Grammar ,a i'i own t .'-
lawful body if School
reapportionment is not so rich that they are preparaing to install tinues to give the "Sunbonnet Da.bies" the scratch of a pin. has been known especially prepare Public in separate buildup These Mb', >
"
Li made in the meantime? the Short I to cause the loss of a limb. Hence, School teachers. it
; ;: typesetting machines. Theirprosperity with each issue as an art MUSIC SCHOOL-A
Talks man inquires. sup- from be $10O O.OO
Sure. If it will every man must necessity pipe organ dozen ..
a
ji : not be by reason of this then every is deserved. They areI plement. These pictures are exclusive his own doctor for this class of ail. building, large faculty, thorough courses of stud). pian'-ll, I'a! a' .

assembly of lawmakers since 1897 I I i each live, progressive papers, devo-I and valuable. They make very ments. Success often depends upon ART SCHOOL-New Studio. Costly 't
'ted! to their respective cities to pretty decorations and j prompt treatment, which can only be Stetson has casts models etc.
D when it should have been done before, i I are attracting I Lad when suitable remedies are kept I a faculty of 48 professors and instructors' .
: the state at large.-Punta Gorda Her- widespread attention. The series grees from the They hold !j.-<
was illegal.-Lake City Index. at hand. Chamberlain's Remedies University jf
I Chicago, pparr ard
The creating of the new county of 4 i j j aid.I was given in the city of New York have been on the market for many I Toronto, Wake Forest, Louisville, Bowdoin, Utrecht. Yale, Dartmouth, "olumtJlI:,,

Vf St. Lucie has made a reapportionmentmore I and made such a hit the World decided years and enjoy a good reputation.. of Michigan, Dennison and other t"niversities Duclmell., t'nin-r.i')'

Remarkable Rescue. to extend it to out of town read. Chamberlain's Cholic Cholera and buildings and equipment There are over $300Ofltl.IIIJ 1tl
mandatory.Tom Tbat Diarrhoea Remedy for bowell : ; nearly a quarter <
truth is stranger than fiction com million dollar
ers. A new "Sunbonnet" endowment
endowed
is given library of ;
\ has once mare been demonstrated in plaints. ; .
Watson, in his Weekly Jeffersonian the little town of Fedora, Tenn., the with the World every Sunday.Joe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for SR including SSSMMr.tisjisteam J

last week had a number of t residence of C. V. Pepper. He writes: coughs, colds, croup and whooping ; 1

D: "funny errors of the printer." One of I!: "I was in bed entirely disabled with Humphries has returned from cough.Chamberlain's. Cunning track, tennis courts, baseball apparatus; an enclosed Athletic f'kd.i :
i iI hemorrhages of the lungs and throat. the legislature, and has Pain Balm (an antiseptic diamond and gridiron
back besides
the most amusing is this: II I Doctors had failed to help me and all gone to liniment) for cuts, bruises, ming, golf, rowing and other sports; separate SWllli

Ernest Renan was to lecture in I I hope had fled wben I began taking ,t the prosaic life of editing a newspaper I burns. sprains; swellings, lame back ten large laboratories for Chemistry, buildings for men and women
Physics
Westminster Abbey, London, on the ;, Dr. King's New Discovery. Then Instant and this is the advice he gives I and rheumatic pains.Chamberlain's Biology; several large museums and Bacteriology, Mineralogy a.

subject: "The Influence of Rome on relief came. The coughing soon out: Farmers should plant sweet potatoes Stomach and List heat, cement walks, shell shops; electric lights, electric bel!"
ceased; the bleeding diminished rap by the wholesale Tablets for constipation, biliousnessand roads broad
avenues
when the ,
spacious
the Formation of Christianity" The idly and in three weeks I was able to stomach troubles.Chamberlain's shrubbery and trees; social, literary, musical can..uslecture
rains begin. Cow and other
announced the to work. peas make splendid Salve for diseasesof courses students' clubs; star
EJ : newspaper subject as go Guaranteed cure for ; Christian and not t
"The Influence of Rum on the Diges- coughs and colds.. 50c and $1()0, at bay and fine pasturage for all kindsof the skin. and healthful, and the sectarian teaching. The location is beautiful -'!

tion of Tydings & Co.'s drug store. Trial stock. Plant rice; it's good for One bottle each of these five prep. For catalogs expenses are low.
Humanity. I tie free.. bot'j' arations costs but views, folders and
E"'i' : I 'man or beast $1.25. For sale by information, address the Prt'sident.
all druggists.
( LINCOLN HULLEY ,:

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Local and Personal I Dr. and Mrs. Eaton Lindner and Our Open Air Concerts in Danger

-'I. little son son of Anthony were in Nothing adds more to the happi-

i Sara Elizabeth HarriS, Lccal Editor. I>! Ocala yesterday. nes and attractiveness of a -city than I Took Pe=m=iia, Hardly Daring to Believe


i I music, open air concerts, children
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters arrived
) the lawns So V'riUMr.: S t'cjt'f, if A'"in'j.Pelvic -
i home last night from a month's vis- I dancing on romping on
1 I V MilU-r is is the race for sher-
I jit with relatives in their former I the sidewalks and singing merrily.
!r II I Diseases in Men.
i home in Montezuma, Ga. i This is said by travelers to give the

I, small towns of Europe their l
Mr John 1... Edwards is attending I great ,II r,
miserable existence
invalid is out
Many an dragging &
The Ocala House had thirty-five arrivals I
| charm. There the music is furnished
l t jV/XHi road convention in Pensa- I with catarrh of the kidneys, catarrh of the "'
t yesterday, which shows that i at the expense of the city, and a ',
,, bladder both.
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the travel is nearly as good in the :, town the size of Ocala always has at': ..
s There is no disease equal to catarrh of the bladder 7 4
i, I! summer as it was in the winter. : least and J '
one public park some more ;
Mr T..i. Carter, representing the I j in producing complete wretchedness, absolute

M. ViuhiBTtK.: : manufacturers of cop- I tban one with gymnasium SWingS,1 despair, haggard misery and stubborn weakness g :?; ':. ::1
.y
r -Mil-, \va. in Ocala Thursday. Mrs. George Taylor: has gone 'to j merrygo-rounds, etc. Ocala hasn't a ; An army of this sort of victims have one by one Y, +' ?:
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Tallahassee to attend a meeting of i I i public park, but it has a public : discovered that Peruna could be relied upon to relieve f If ;:;;;:;..;. ,:;,>:

'the Epworth League, and will visit such cased
M f_ \\' T Cole and daughter, :Mrs.: ;I square, and a delightful picture is '
before One man tells another and in this the
1 relatives Madison returning man, way
'II
have to Virgin- presented on Friday evenings when
MAt '
ilarr T. gone
:>
all of the 't
home. I news spreads until in parts country are
th' with. rela- I we have our band concerts. Nearly j jI
..i "I Silt lid summer i to be found men who have been permanently liberated

i. I I the whole population is emptied into iI j jIthe jI from the thraldom of catarrh of the bladder by ; \
Mrs. J. S. Lewis is in Ocaal and is ii .
public square and adjacent places :
, I a course vl Peruna. III '
I I IIany
\11-" Rui.> Farris and Miss Gene- I stopping with Mr. and Mrs. McCly- j and their very presence adds a delightful ) cases" of catarrh of the stomach, kidneys and I ? .

monds. She is a witness in the case one's i other abdominal have reported themselves
Tallahassee charm
.j't' Smith have pone to to feelings; one's organs
of the lof Mrs. Brobham against the Atlan- better is his as cured.
'.. a'und a rouvvmion Ep- nature thrilled poetic j
tic Coast Line Railway.Mr. I into and "We give b low two prominent testimonials which -
M i .I'll Leagu('. senses are quickened being ,
illustrate the benefit of Peruiia in these cases.
I living is made worth while. The concord j ,,.
Peter Loos has placed us under
o'nnw! df ''l.- bonds called in and of sweet sounds lulls us into :
obligations for a basket of large yellow -I
|IJ th> council were : of evil and :'
;(tt<- !ld > city the forgetfulness things

.. .\ tl'b) Mr. Grant: Cowan, a former i tomatoes. They are delicious, animates us with sweet sensations. ;;
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i and some day will become a popular x + J
t ni/-a, of traa.! i So let us encourage those who make > '
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I tomato. It is everything to the good. V i. $3Cr y
1 tlr's condition of affairs possible fort j

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\II A. J. L'-avengood has a sum- ; .1!;, people of Ocala. II i
:Mr.: John W. Pearson of this city
I
beautiful
of
n. .t'bt/me on th> shores I The county commissioners have'given
has the sympathy of his host of
I11'elr. and! went down yesterday I their consent to let the bandstand -
friends in the death of his brother, I ',
'p. ud ,M-v,'jal days there. still occupy its place in the
Mr. William Pearson which occurred -1
j, ; court house yard, providing tbat it is (HARLESB. / -

l 1 1'.' Banner t(Mk in two sub*cripf '. at his borne at Harrisonville, Mo., : put in presentable shape something I

.nto" tv Weekly yesterday. Its i last Sunday. ; in with the court house.
keeping new ,
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k '? Catarrh of the Bladder.Mr. .
and renewals footed ... .
i, j ;1.\ Milim i-jlwrs I and Capt George MacKay says hat -

I >1'! thirty i I l--t: week. Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith is erecting ..1 this can be done for the sum of $(53. y % ; >: y ,J,, : :.: C. :Ii. Newh"f, 10 Delaware street, .Albany
in too rear of the express office v ''"' r'.
% President Montefiorp (
I N. Y., 'inks writes:
i We ought to be able to get up this
Mr C. L. IWtinge.r. editor of the a rather large stable, which will bused e k o since my advanced age I find that I have been
nt Let and do
.1 am. easily. us try so
nmia Evening Star, who has been at. by the express company for stabling i v frequently troubled with urinary ailments. The .
and have it fixed and to .
t.n-ilnK a nut-tins! of the National]t its horses and as a shelter for, up cling our I bladder seemed Irritated, and toy physician said i iI
I open air concerts and not lose the I I that it was catarrh caused by a protracted cold 1
AMMMation at Jamestown, is; its vehicles. Ri .
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enjoyment they give our people. 1 which would be difhieulttoovercomeonareountof 1

'.ark h(ini<- asain.IMI. I advanced: ase. I took Peruna hardly daring
I Mr. J. B. of the Hand in your donations to Mr. A. (.G my
Burry, one '
pros- to'believe
I > : that I would Le helped, but found tomy ,
t E. Gerig at Munroe & Chambliss'Bank.
:
I.i' IItt 111111 of the Ocala Rifles't ijperous! merchants and successful veg "' relief that I-soon began to mend. The irritation

of the banal. etable truckers of Orange Lake. was : subsided, and the difficulties .
h.I" )U-*>ii mail- adjutant : ry. ? cradually: urinary
Thiis a very pretty positior I in Ocala Wednesday, and like most The Ocala Banner heads the subscription 1 h.LEMERV 1 J. >>.,.... ;ro "&S passeJa\. IhaveenjoyedexoolIentheaUhiMX'

inn of the citizens of Marion county instructed .: : list with five dollars. I J: for the past seven month 1 enjoy my meals,
congratulating:
ads '
ft ii it are
and hilt
a soundly,and am as w ellas I was'
sleep twenty
years
that the Ocala Banner be.. !, Let the contributions be small but 'I <:.
h /give all praise to Peruna. "
I nera1. I ago.; -
sent to his address. g( ........
inK I ; Catarrh of Stomach and Kidneys.

\ Ikeriff Nugent! is off on an ext i A Home \ti'. David L. Jaycox, Chaplain Cla.ri i' from 11 South Nicholas St.. Chicago,
Pretty Wedding
11.1!t. r trip. He will!! go both Eas t[; j Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Delouest art: '! : inda I. (l. G. T. and Chaplain (. A. K., : IU-, as follows: L
week foiI i On Wednesday at high noon, the i Mr. L. Emory, Yice Chancellor
contemplating leaving next "I in
;(ud\ )U"'hl.! and will IK- !absent som i ; !*x> Broadway, Oakland, Cal, writes: was good health until about fotfr ifI

nunH, .- i- interest!fd in a got I I New: York and its environments;' wedding of Mr. Faunce McCnlly of I and :Master of Arms I\.. P.'s, of I "I am an old war veteran. I contrl.ctyears I ago, when my back became lameOmaha

ntiiit- in Colorado. and will visit ititfir' t[; :, where they will spend the summer,. i Jacksonville and Miss Addie Capple- I Neh., writes from 205 North ed severe bladder and kidney trouble. ;i and sore. The pains kept increasing, I
words
I Sixteenth street, the following I hundreds of dollars and consulted with ;:everetwitehe and slow exhaustive
I They will spend a part of the time i in][ : spent i
hotu' .
I' inrniui; ': man occurred at the home of the of praise for Pernna as a tonic.: He : & host of doctors, but neither did'I aches. Urine was highly colored'
rhe great city, but the most of thE i I!
.1 bride's parentsI and Mrs. J. B. says : me any good I and passed with great irregularity. I :
Th' uvula: Banner has turned it: time will be spent at the nearybjsiashore I It is with pleasure I recommend : knew this must I* jutojoaultod/Ute
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t.''ltl ii:h! iM>:!'. When it reaches it;. and mountain resents. : Cappleman! who :live at Old Fort I Psruns as 8 tonic of unusual merit. "Finally some of ray comrades who bluJ.er.
memhad been cured by Peruna advised me i
iif'iiiii auuixi-rsary it i3 i going U II ;; King. A large number of prominent "tlavlnres. .:<,'Ferunaldecldtd to
I Mr. J.)1. Sylvester: 01 Games' I bers of the different orders with totrvit. I at once bought a bottle, and i
t.fry # found relief!: from the
::1 ra: l h1I! c o-t. It extends ar l I i Rc, C. C. Carroll of the pain
KH.a Baptist: found it much that I
: ville! who has been hohlins! : a poi.I ..1' which I have been connected have helped me so kept j I within ten days. The aches Knd ur

ins: i' ;a". u in a.vau,'t' to all its rta.lrs 'thou with the Southern Pine Lumber. 'church, in an impressive manner, been curd by the u-e of Peruna in : using it for nearly four months. diminished, and it was a biettsed relief z3

!- tr:"'ttils, an wellvishiTb.. I of catarrh of the stomach and I "Peruna has the best tnedi- I I -
i Co., at Fort McCoy, was in Ocahi L performed th < ,'remony that joined eases proven can assure you. \Vltninthrrcmomttn
--- -- -- their two ;I5\vs to'th; .'r. bead: also i u kidney complaints andweakness cine I ever used. My pains ere gone II was well once more. My utii! ? had
Maj.-r T. C. Hall of Gainesville! Wednesday on his wato" bis: hone: I of the pelvic organs. i j and I believe myself to I.e. cured. I feel J returned, nervousness and irritability

: of this city, attendee d'' He reports that the Southern Pui : The hoir.e had bt n pretiil.rccor: Peruna tones up the ?\ nioin, aids !] well, and would not be without a buttle were thins! of the past,and forovr :wo .

Ca: fiirm.i- i Co. has recently disposed of then; atfd i with eviT.rc'enllIi. cut iicr.vers: : digestion,induces sleep, and is well in time of need fur ten tinges its cost" years now I have bt-(;n A healtV v T: ,a.
of the turpentine Dlt'IIII I[
'b'' i.iHnu \Vednehday. He wen't ;; buildings! at that place to the Melto:1;I an.l furnished a prettyicturt t fur worthy the confidence of sufferers of i Mr. Robert E. Ilanvey, Treasurer "I :rive all: thnnss to pot !' na, I.

.1.1. k-n\lh- J Lumber ('t). of Micanopy. who !>!>, ,: this occasion.MLs I the above complaints." Knights of Industrial Freedom, also a and l+'li vt' mat a :r a bleat; i ''toi

?.U /* 'lauij-a: :andviil clime up ttha' Cappleman is a graduate of [ well known writer and lecturer, \\ rites kind.''
| nor: JI-t's: -ion.ii'r a shun t ,

< .11 a liar or two. the Oca'a High School having rad. i ___ .. ___
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slated l in the claw 01 'l< ; and is loved !:
Williams of Jacksonville, : to savanna: ror a tin::?. -
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l 1\." nil!! who know her. 0d40d OOI D' .1+618191n1 A'iut-W+ ..Yi.tM.......Q@9. @,)r8i1CdQ0 t3li4d4iiQKN11..
i II, ".i Mr. TM Williams: of this ci'y: .
:Mr. and : R. S. Hal!!. Mi :Mat-
1''; s :Mr. :McCuily formerly: lived in o@> .
1.IIPn..1 a .It l ntal tool. This tooi : FJSKEJ.'S a o"--. -
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f tie Williams and Miss Sara Harris otv.a.! having worktd fir the Ocala ",. ',
: ., :iuuf: Mower, to blow j f. THE .
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4. returned home yesterday afternoon Iro and Fuel Company but fur the i ; .' i. -, .-::.'-'; \\..... ..
.'?:.! '.!I.th cavities.: His many IV ; .. -J..,,.. ;.- ;- ;-- .
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: from a very deii h.f,:: \isit ;o the past year has lived iu Jacksonville.Mr. l .. '" --i', "' "-",,,__, .
II i ..'J fi! ii.S: congratulate him on ( "':1 .. ;#!tt... ......'t. 'J ;: .
Jar es:town Exposition and to Wash- and Mrs. MrCully] lift on tfco V ,(:.. i.-lto..i ,.. :..._ J;
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ingtcn City. They: silent Wednesday Atlantic Coast Line for Jacksonville] i "I ." -_ SMART .

'-' i in Jacksonville, Mr. Hal! I S IRI WAIST : tll/ ;? _'i'! : -.f.J.I :
in ; stopping es- ; where they will: reside in the future. ... :_ ..
\! I I n Stafford of Jo'iawas (j 11*<01 T J ,7 ......
1 penally to atund the meeting: of the The Banner joins with their other ,, I'.:: ._ ..:'"t.'t.:- .
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in the cross- oJ. :
'.. 'Monday.. He is ; 'Y ',__ ? 1
,I wmt.l business and was here : turpentine operators. Miss! Lillian i j friends in wishing them a Ions and .. .. ++. + t. .. :_..".-..1....... ':' '-" -..;i"":;1 --! T .
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Thagard, who was with thorn, life. -: :::: ., S I .
llutt!.,v i 1.1' 11!:.' jmrposo of hiring cuti I II stopj j happyvdded 50c Waists for. . . . 38c .. ( / \. C JI. .
I ped in Raleigh, :\. C.. for a visit k.'r <<
tr !k i is paying prices that will! i iilia" 75c Waists for . . . 52c N .
with relatives, and before returning j Death of Miss Mattie Lane in This .. /' .. .;. -.. .
;i wurih while for those who i! : $1.00 Waists for . . 69c 1
home will visit relatives at City : '-:? 7 i> fjj :
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knout Ill'I. I $1.25 Waists for .88c: r' ',.r"., GIRL .
Aberdeen and II Miss Mattie Lane Oxford -'r: :/ :
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Greensboro other pf aged .
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$1.50 Waists for . . 9Sc ;" ; .
places in North Carolina. Mr. thirteen died Wednesday night .
Mr. Will Dunn after he was elect-j: years $2.00 Waists for . . $1.48 i i .
i ard returned borne on Wednesday. j in this city at the home of her aunt
,..i\ MH-ond lieutenant of the Rifles $2.50 Waists for .$1.89 d WHO IS LOOKING FOR THE LATEST STYLES IN MILLINERY i
around I The entire party enjoyed the trip !I Mrs. Ben Borden where she was vis- :
iM.d:)T Bight took the boys : WILL FIND HER WANTS ANTICIPATED IN THE ELEGANT j
immensely and had a big time. i iting. I I
',, tliint 'rand did the handsome SEE THE BARGAINS I IN THE LINE WE ARE NOW SHOWING. OUR SPECIAL SUMMER
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in- II i The deceased was a .bright and i:
!tins: Mr Dunn has taken great WINDOW 2 SALE STARTS MONDAY, JUNE 24tb, AT WHICH TIME WE .
". has made a' Mr. E. P. Thagard has returned I clever young girl and came up to
j y r.-M in the (company : WILL MAKE GREAT REDUCTIONS ON OUR STOCK INCI.l- j
from the Jamesetown Exposition, I Ocala some weeks ago to visit her
UKI.I.-I\ soldier and his promotion was .....4..4...N......+4+..F : ING BABY CAPS, FANCY RIBBONS, ETC. :
where he went in company with his I aunts, Mrs. Borden and Mrs. A. P. Gil- .
vot ;it I Ik"t'r\'t'd. .
daughter. Miss Lillian Thagard, :Miss I more. A short while after reaching .
V : MISS (MARY AFFLECK :
Mr. Faunce McCuily, formerly the Sara Harris Miss Mattie Williams, j Ocala she was taken ill. and later typhoid M FISHEL f t

head l..It. .1.t't'lwr at the Ocala Ice & and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall. Mr. 1 1t t fever developed. Everything : Ocala HOU> 31< ,ek. t'1'psite,: Post < ifii.-*.. ( II( '.\ 1.FLA.. : f
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Thasard says the party had a most possible was done to save her life. *
a prosperous gro- ;i 6\\ 1
Foci l C 'lIlllannow Jacksonville, is on a visit delightful time and the exposition I but all in vain, and after an illness .................+++....M I .................. .. ......................... ta

r.-rymaii mis- was thoroughly enjoyed notwith-j j of nearly four weeks, death claimed #
to (I' Ala! ,.u a very pleasant I
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11to see us Monday standing some drawbacks caused by i i,
>u n H.It as her.Miss I
.md his; handsome face was I unprecedented bad weather and la- ] Lane was the daughter of ex- I I W. A. KNiGHT. L. E. LAN
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in smiles. bor conditions. He says some of the I Sheriff J. H. Lane of Sumter couny, FRECKLES; AND PlrflREMOVED :: I
\It. "at u t d A\\\\ u>\er I
private exhibits are worth a visit to and was the granddaughter of :Mrs. Ia Tin Das.Nadiacla. I I I ANNOUNCEMENT.We \

( a-t Ham 1'yles. member of the I Jamestown to see, and that those of'! Rufus Smith of Oxford, with whom 1 .

,. i. i i.f co'imy commissioners, hast California and some of the other j! she made her home, and all of whom : I !

.! :t \ -t to look over some gold i) states are as fine as were ever seen j i were with her when she died. ; The CC'r LlaxiotSr1) : have just purchased thea gon add Harness business of KlINfL r

', !'': I"fr.! rtiv. which he and a par- !, in this country. The party extended !' The body of the young girl was :. a1ti1tr: is en- S. A. Standley & Company, and propo se to add to the stock of goods every E

.;-==; .... ... L. .. J thing that is needful to make it a.COMPLETE LINE in MOM of t
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i Uncuivd an option upon. His i their visit to Washington and saw taken to Oxford yesterday afternoon, ., -.- -- "-'' --- <)I +.,.)_,'Qr.iC every

.laughters accompanied him as i I the sights of that beautiful city. The :! where the funeral took place. The ;,,_-- 'l.o'"n_:: ,._:. -.t.:'.:'...11.>.&._:;_ea.guaranteul ar...J. the word. We are agents for several-.of the best Farm Wagons on UM market
t. o ti.iI! also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle great variety .
j ; ., ; a
uSt.. Louis, and will spend the I rest of the party will return today'with j body was accompanied to Oxford by Ji>>! 4 ; to remove
.I. Thae.aard,1' t' ;1 I. all facial discoloration of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully gu raatee.

\1:1111: ,. r at Carrollton, 111., with rela- the exception of Miss the father grandmother ilr. and ; :J'g:; ,. ;-a and restore tkebeauty

1't who will spend the summer in North I Mrs. Borden and :Mrs. Gilmore. r -- ; of youta. The High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages, :

1 Carolina. The grief stricken relatives have i worst ca,:, in tw gory day: 51):. and 31.00 Unexcelled Wagons, Harness,

tf Mr J. n. piers, woo has been on I the heartfelt sympathy of their at ail leading'.ug: stores. vr Vy mallPrtacreJ
I Lap Robes Etc. Etc.
n\4 several the = >4TOSi.L{ TOKII CO > ,
tbt for the past years Picnic at SpringsOn friends in the great grief that has av srs. Tecs

representing the Armour Packing I Tuesday afternoon Mrs. B. H. come to them. Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.

has resigned his position Seymour and tcr Sunday school
("c.lQ1pany We are Always in Position to Meet th e Prices of Legitimate Competition.
a few other friends, enjoyed Yenable of About the time the :
with that firm. He hJU purchased clas with a Judge C. F. Center Methodists

tore at lobe Sound, on the East a picnic at Silver Springs. A very Hill, Sumter county, was in Ocala were raising that big sum of money \Ve are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine

Couto and will make that place his pleasant afternoon was spent rowing Saturday and says that be will soon for the Wesley memorial, the Methodists and Farm Wagon.Knight .

future Ijome. Mrs. Hiers and little about on the springs, fishing and playing return, to spend about two months across the water were engaged -

who have been In Ocala for two games. About dark a delicious with us. He is a civil engineer and< in raising contributions for some
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' f 0 'i& onthl with Mrs. Hiers' mother picnic lunch was enjoyed by all pres has been employed by the city to es big Methodist enterprise also. In & Lang

,f 1i 1ic' Jrs. A. E Waterman has gone to ent. They returned home by moonlight tablish grades, plat the city and do London $1,250,000 were raised in a ,

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THE OCALA BANNERFRANK I I A TALE OF TWO CITIES 1: friendships, though fewer, are stronger Hoot Louis Massey AppointedThe ; O 9 99 .

wild your commas and goings are 4
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of I This paper craves the! courtesy and not noted ui a big city with the same
Orleans I thin.
\) A New woman was
HARRIS Editor.P. .
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!in.j' ulgence: of saying to iu esteemed degree of interest by the newspapers Rjilv ay Commission Has Ap- .

V. Leavengood, Business Manager. Him Counsel Because she did not extract '
pointed Special
as st..d
C0lei: '. rary-the Lave Oak Democrat An editor of a rural newspaper .t.r

To -that it at no time Questioned out West has: just retunzeii from a t nourishment from her food. 'it

visit to a town that figures conspicuously Special to the Ocala Banner: : .
1the tl.ID J.... thE: census figures aid does not do son'J'ii" ." "- She. took Scott's Emulsion.
in the census tables and he r :
-.j} Tallahassee. June 15.-The Florida 1. Ji r i
1. ":.7' '" ...." .. returns to his own home -
t M .. among l Result
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.. : lny commission Hot .
tks ... This was taught to believe own of whom appointed ,! \.l'.
; cwt ......8.- ,;. paper people, every one are '

ors -- ___. ,. T: a: figures do not lie"-especially personally known to him. and he I Louis C. Massey of Orlando, today. : f; ;5j She gained: a pound a day in K .'% '
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44rr; j.-- .meat figures-and. it reli, ous- ,writes after the following fashion: !i : I
ln3 : ;'; special counsel for the commission fi' .". AU. DRUGGISTS 5. ANO .' .-
s ..- ... relieves: what it has been taught ; "If you live in a large city you are

be pti""' ---.JI. ---. '-YIt..or!:<: 1::r, census figures place the popu- lost. You are swallowed up by the ,: under a recent act of the legislature. k "'i.\9 (199(1 +<. ++o+tt 0: '

:.a'on of Live Oak at something over ocean of people around you. You go providing for the employment of :;pe-I'

the esteemed down into the deep, and that's the i I .-. -. -
-; ", since: which time -- -- I _
cia! counsel who is have entire j
----- ---- ----- Democrat claims that it has grown last of you, except perhaps an occasional to i ji Mr. Crosby S ;\o\es.. rditor jf the l I To PrMCt T....i from or.ry

FRIDAY. JUNE 2:. 1507 two thousand more, all of which this bubble that may come to the charge of all litigation for the railway i' Washington Star one ,,f 'h.; II:M!>-.-' Vll\ >-r.d'4 ...? .

''paper patriotically concedes without'surface near where you were last and ablest editors m .e I nt: ..,l ,' .. 1.1"I'v'
chl: -- -. -- ---- commission.Mr. d t _
question and accepts without a grain seen. There are so many people you !, States. said that the ne.spap.-f> hd.ll j !twa. '4.a;: ( -T l

Now that llr Burr 13 again at the of salt. can't escape drowning. Society is > :Massey is a man of high proi i \been good to Mr. Rooseteit the y !, .."pt. '
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as lemon stand will; the ajmi i5'raton. Indeed it is a delight to ibis paper, not what :t is in the smaller;: place.wnere fessional standing and finest:: charac- i, 'have given him vigorous support IB I! rtR'1ltttlQ! ii : .r 11.8 _i4 \

1'0 hind out the ba5? j jto know that it is true. the human element enters uia.together. all his reform policies hav. .-\M; ; >. di"l' .' itti.I1 "
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lb Tte gereral teadscey of PU'lC': The wise census enumerators gave : In the !larger place the t er. He was .one of the attorneys re- : ed all! his saying an.) .iua*1; 'hru4ii j r "+. ;,! r'll'1" '

frS Ocala a population of only 4''IIJ'-', more tirtiis: and weddings .n > Jar family: ,Gently appointed to codify the laws of all the twenty-four hours of tt.. u\ ". ,
be ,
opinion must always accepted as ; "n- \ .
or less, which likewise this paper are of no more igrey: oat:;ide your glorified! the man and his!> work and I .
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worthy of serious consideration.The Florida. and is highly commended for .f. 1.1,:. :
1I I called into 'own Sat than are the wreaths o: )
; has never question. ''i made his name a !household word < tj I '
a "' !rr"t ,'
conference ; It was taught early in political life: smoke cuing!! up into the empyrean: i iso his work. His appointment was re ,course we all know w ha' f'r! 't" i ; t ..'
"peace" delegates SI'I j .
f.-' '::.j r. !r.a t .
UIth not "to go behind the returns:' merry crowd of interested ut'fgbbars i trut'1: r R.H.-. \ --'!t is j .
at the Hague are making "war" on ; eoivod with great satisfaction; : I es says is l' ;' ,'. f. ,
I Beside* this, this paper was ta-: gti with tico aratU.ltions. The ; indebted to The nt'w..pa.r.... ;001 likewise ', '.
the high hotel rates .
being charged j jlien. :r 'J", I'. ..
also to believe that facts: -;like fiures 'deaths" bring little: sympathy from the JEFFERSON BELL ii i iI t j't is Governor Brow ar t of Plor f .101''. rr.1

t -are irrefutable things: : and arej rambling rattling world: outside: no : ====== i ii:idt indebted to them H.- ow* \\bal.1 I J
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Roosevelt now favors an income i: never to be denied disputed nor despised. sorrow.ng acquaintances who have': R. HUDSON BURR : ever populan'v; he rnjo> < M 'henewspapers A ,
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b 'steed cy you through the long sick- < )
+ tai He is rapidly crossing the line !;i ]! Hathe! n'pajwr8{

toa' and planting hinself solidly on the!! Prompted solely by :local patriotism ]nesthere: : is little or acne ot taar.jence It was naturally to be expected 4 I not! been a fav/or in his t'umpaICn.i;I \\ *. d I n- .' M.I4 "

democratic platform. :j it pointed out a few faces in the .--.':. cf :loving kindness that :that corporation guns would be raI'll' l led J his maps and ,liairamsOUI'1; r ate :; n."n..' II ( .

history of Ocala which ii though cuces from neighbors and real friends Burr's j i rll'1. .
on candidacy for governor. 1 been of very iitt.rervice :'> !h.i. B\ : .'A

r it hf The Tampa Tribune wants to see ; worthy of admiration:: by all who :ia a small CiiJr Dwn. where the ,I The veil of demagoguery and aun.in-: j minimizing! his Ie't fUrma.n them ; rar .at;, ...

a Tampa man run for governor. Why loved remarkable an.! estraordinary/: C ::flrniark is not\: wrrren so large : j istration candidate is already' being I ,> hand and e\ag'-eranna/ th-- :n OB : Uo' '"", 1 hit i t

f not push Robt. W. Davis into the ring s 11 performances. and so indelibly:! 'Y crjthinjIt is j i! hurled, at him from Henry }!. ;; 'sheadquarters. I :rye wiser he was Wept constaar \ in '' man: '. J1AI :*.- 1.1. .

P< again?Feraaadiaa Record. I lr. pointed out that with a population ;*a paradoxical law ::hat where there i I i in the Tinies-Un.jn: : of-! ;he limelight; and \\as always enht-r! .'. : fit-!., ; 'i

, Sttl II less than Live Oaks. :are so many people: there are fewer \ .
I largely :See: at Jackson viIie. t talked about or talking. If no n-w j j''"lIfj'.ri' ,0'icn1 i' I

Before he begins his campaign for I its hotel facilities are largely: greater ;i friends. and when you diminish: : : tae :j jtina'&trr As we have said this was naturally I paper was ever: again to mention the'governor's ': a

railroad commissioner Mr. Royal C. i and i visitors considerab.y: more.. i hIt J to" a frontier eenmumtjwhere : I L:to be expected. Natural} -because I name h.. wou.d; q'lckb': 't'u. ... .1 it L \ 1d er

Dunn ought to get rid of his newspaper I pointed out that the elective j ji neighbors! are miles apart your i I J Burr has proven himself: a friend tovibe I pays out of the pui\>:.c e>'.. and .>,. re '..III Vprof' .t ",,"IT'

franchise -that proud boast of the : :friends are ready to take :heir lacy .
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at Madison. It does not show him ;: people r memVred' onh; as a lLt'IDO"\ ->
I American people-was appreciated : :in: their! bands for you. l I I f! I
Naturally because Burr
o2 as a Hearst ia the newspaper pro ( i has not !

i fession. more in Ocala than in Live Oak. That When the editor; of the Live Oak i ii i !been the pliant tool of the corpc-ra- The political pendulum has > 'ins; Ai Outs,
Ii i when important state offices are ta be i 11]Democrat grows tired and surfeited t:ion from Bryan to Parker and : now i j .1 ::1:, ''; 'OIL' ? "

Senator Morgan's body after lying)I.j 'balloted for Ocala casts a heavierp i I with the whirr of machinery, the Natural;!}'because Burr has really :swinging, from Par er back to Dry. i ni ."n ro j.. 4, It"

in state at Washington was taken to i vote than its big sister. :buzz: of the electric car. the sight of accomplished something for the peo in. If it were possible for iT '0 stop : ,..r.. i d' I i .. ., a t

t Selma, Ala., where it will be Why should good government not i 1 the Meeting auto. the noise of the ple.-Wauchula Telegram. ntermediary between the two rhe for j I ,,:H (-.! .- ha i' .

L4 ed to earth mingled with the con-I.be promoted and, fostered hammer saw and anvil. the volt:-? of I If the Telegram will read the last r unate candidate would be morn ,!key ,"., -\t Ji4.il '. r .... .1 .

This paper showed that wits aj l'tie: heavy wagons over tie stony i issue of the !
of these who loved him so well DeFuniak; Breeze he will 1 to attract from the opposing fav J.m rr d.h ? ,

living. I :population less than or-=half as great. | streets, feels the loss of his identity see that that paper gives a willIe :ons. But whether it 1 be En. aD. uri t; aOBl'. : JMt-i. -r jjr'd

the pay of its postmaster is :larger ;! j in the surging throng, and seeKs a umn of reasons why Burr should cots omt>ODe who stands for ;iat: tar/as ', <" u ..r r-iu 1 ,#'!,, .t t" -

Wallace Stovall of the Tampa Tribune I than the pay of the postmaster of 1 moment of respite and surcease from run for governor, and the Breede is lands for. or Park.-r. or runic one j j lUll! ;" iua'" i- .\ '

got much the better of the Jacksonville Live Oak. !'', he: daily: and monotonous grind we a red-hot administration organ. who stands for what Parker ..tan4h E llat,. ..., .,'t : r at,. I. ,?. :>

Metropolis in the controversy What does this signify It signifies invite him to beautiful and delightful In hi? Ocala speech :Mr. Burr complained f for, this paper is going to stand by j ;Ii..n : r't!.:.. j" r

over the water question for the la high degree of civilization on the Ocala, where on moonlight nights he j that he had done nothing in t:he party in its decision. The party 'I'an'

cities. And the fun is part of the people of Ocala ( partly will. : fae cheered: by enchanting open the of
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two not over ... i way carrying out his promises i s to get together! and after ttei i Gophers Rw'e4 M'v v"

vet.-Fe-rnandina Record. : 1 the work of the Ocala Banner ad air: concerts the rry f for' the reason that he was a minority ling together' it wan'tu >tan-l t.rth i i ijr .. :l.U'- t If4i' ".

t I I.! I is that not something to be proud of i chi-dren on the la fits I' member and ,
was therefore handicapped. as a solid phalanx and u wili:I! win.Let's ,u. !J:rr q.jUf" ; .; fl. '

The Atlanta Constitution continues !j
to talk about red ripe watermelons rnciy= : !he rush for the d, adientd and in a position md I .. .
I to carry out hit turn this sort of poli'a; foodUjver I :na' '>ir ift A '
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soon becoming plentiful. The wagons, ; 1 pies! are not avaricious: patrons--.on.l of i and the patl eal promises it haradly seems right to U: to Tom Waton and 'her- ;>'jt-l i I l.cans. h.n'..r* JI' "_ ,

the fruit stands, the railway and express -;' i postoffices.: PotoiEc: ..statistics : aapplness has be :"or him to give up the chase. I. 1 i 1 I A-' ">u i. {

stations with them 'that people Srnd: anti receive :letters.transmi' I \\"<: was: to "hf on But he
are galore ha.a perfect right, to run ,I. '." .,
in and have been for ? 1 circulars acv tha*. the l-a._.1'j i irons his.:; haa'u"'' ty say igs '! for the I i IIt
.r r' Florida some higher office, an i if tie {'cO- 1 Mrv Howa.-ii: t'ou:d !ha. a *: /iivng ;': .... ,
time. l of the postoffice are n-.t, ;traa-5| ..;..,J..t h.z. and w bar I lie thinK that he will in San FnincifCu ,. ii
I : make the t-r t I : S:i': ::1 i.a ri tI 1o : '.." ,

j4 ers *,o n-ewsr/apers ani magazines.. : It. 1! -v.;< -hal"n.cr fors izhs I I'i ;o\-rnor it in their privilege:: and d': ;:t ,: rj I a Chinaman H.-;- -' -
f'; Jesse Burts has the reputation as: sios activity; along commercial ana i :1; 'jff'-n->;>> n:.ay "iz- *o votfor him. r pry hiini'i,\ a.d (1r v<. ar' .- I' nu.' I -

the man who "never sleeps," but if be, I m the !: i .r.: : ar.int.nuou: i T .
literary .ices And r'ost7t: -: ,V I .
: ? Think. however. Le oasih* '<. Mr. .H.1; -'nt an .. --.., : :" '.' ; .. .
,," were to visit the Ocala Banner oSce ...-.. Ocala is s.ven: a !b-r rar.ia :. ea.a .= net en ful | < Ai'.JH r .t.
f, 'Ir.e. > ,i ran on his: own aerirana no :be : jr 'q). s:: of.-rj :i' :' *dr:IJK ::, i it r. .
he would feel like one of the sleeping, .T-.1 '. _H ;: ', fa.. ::1)l: ;' :' Ido it '
:: n rl';'::; .e.i: ; ; 0.1: :t 1 ;: i cause f f .
dt. <) a i am.faenm'd: >j>in:on ::ia niun"o. if : -< :n. '1!Iix:.,; a' < \ '

mummies of Egypt. We have forgotten -.1 T.L-rL:: }' cf ajp.a'i3-; : : : tn.Gr.n.,.etioa I :'r l.: : : ;.f ,.::::v.** *ri JE- I Mr. Flag: and the ic>-n ofn.rr 01'j heri .-r is i h. r ;'al': ;- ; ., .. t ::1

the habit and do not know how I :r'ari ::-:r 'Aa.iof and 1
I = ?riae and progress who are en-hav' o\'f woman ,- +: n1--! M a 1.c' ,4. ... ,.. .
to about making preparations for I ....- ,. ,-;> :...;.,. .r..... ".. i I ; : 1
go 7r.:" r-ailH !Nin- ':d oui 'La': : '" ,, : ::> !11" 01'a.':: hold l '
: I. t ring tu up his han.is:: ii )ii t w an v'i'jaiv ta.'Aujiaa .,. T'.I" .'
\ it. I : ,0 les-s than hr'r: uf 1.f lar:_..:r growth. i : : : .
a poyular.on; o. j h.sj elected: governor. ing in squalor: and wan' -!iiwit. :.!b j
: Live Oak its puol.c school a"<.tliiIC- T-; Oca.d: : Banner has tried "o !set i.be -ti.l love- ,j J.
her sister and .
somaj'i| .
: .
1 Editor John Temple Graves now : exanipiT' of freeing itself from all i -
is grtater.'T Still Another Name the shri'tof her beaTifu! 'ar-. ,. ..
.'. ,
/ thinks that Hoke Smith is the logical Is not that a feather in t'cap of[ i narrow and petty local jealousies and I j jaas her : .
sistr'eary .
Among all the candidates < ,! career and d. :;i' -
for ugeteby ,
democratic candidate
president. the :little! sister L : systematically given praise when-
i the various )<\'t !life, i is irreproachable: and a'- '"
Seems to us that it is a big jump from state papers for the!
Surely education is of the firs ier and wherever it is deserved and i
next governor we see suspicion. but :f it were not -h-! > J
,: Roosevelt to Hoke Smith. But Hon.John consideration and importance and its files: will! show that Live Oak has none that
I would make a better head of the not make a disclowur: l <>f it !"r a: ITCHING RASH
T. like "Grandfather Watter- state
the community: that can show th,:: come in for a generota share in fact j Mr Gould's :
officials than our fellow stocks bonds an-i JH aCIS.
is fond of sensations. townmanHon.
son springing this needful and :t items faun the
best results along can quote Democrat -
L I 1I. W. W. Hampton. For How the lives of th" :'on1: p.'
years one
line deserves to wear the where the Ocala Banner has
necessary
of the leading members of his he lives of the mighty to the t hu! &l < .
It is a settled fact that A. W. Gil- profes-
been specially for its liberality
gold medal. singled out LASTED18YEAE 1 )
I'
christ and R. H. Burr are candidatesfor For a little town to make this big and broadmindedness in this sion in the state, acknowledged by all

t governor. It is also a settled fact as an example of a just honest lawyer We prmt letters this week trmtn
that it direction.
particular
1 display it seems to this paper
I that if T. A. Jennings enters the racebe justly entitles it to any amount of Our esteemed contemporary is laboring and a man who in many trying thony, Sparr. Reddick. Fairnv:,1. Siu .

will the earth with both instances has shown his acumen and i ly. BeJleview and Lak" Wtr
wipe an they
up friendly criticism and free advertis under an hallucination or its Biby Girl Had Rasn Befa EinNotnmf -
1 I of them.-ililligan Herald. Jenningshas forensic powers we are in favor of ; all tell! the same ?fir.f' "v.t'D \
eye-glasses have become
little
a out
never been in politics before, so ing.This that these of adjustment. trusting the affairs of the state to his did crops and picture the scenes ot would & ) I It A'dr ;

I what gives him his great pull paper regrets hands.-Gainesville Elevator.Mr. busy activity m the fields and a' the It Spread and Grew worse U.
the Instead of
\ things make no impression upon being mad or envious
\ railroad stations in preparing fh! "jr: Specialist's Care T rttd Ewrr i
t It f patriotic impulses and nobler instincts the Ocala Banner is in a very happy

\ I I The mention of Judge Rhydon M. of its esteemed contemporary. frame of mind and if it had the pow Graves Reaches the Acme of products for shipment It is true hc fcinf Without Avi,!L'
Glary truckers
Call's name in connection with the for of are compelled! to pay b.g
Ocala had a garage so longtime a er a magician it would make Live .
governorship meets with great favorin that it has passed into ancienthistory Oak as rich as Troy as beautiful as I Mr. Graves by: appointment reached prices to have their !bean.tuques; -- --

\ 1 Oyster Bay this morning and went and tomatoes gathered, but fortunately CUTICURA
Bradford ether the REMEDIES
1 I county.o ; it has the real chauffeur Babylon anad grow with phantom
I Ito
Sagamore Hill where- he
was in they are
Jacksonville jurist can be tempted into with typical cap and goggles. and its speed. obtaining big price
conference with the president for and can afford to EFFECTED PERfECT CUR[
the contest is another Question but bright-eyed girls and queenly women There is nothing small or envious pay these ''xtraordinary

L if he in he will nearly two hours.- While the visit is figures.! There never was ju.t _
I II goes prove a strong are proverbial.But about Ocala or her local press. I
designated as a purely I such
e&ldidate.-very likely the winning personal one, good times in Manon eoun:.\
why continue to draw comparisons it is understood Wbra mv ,d.IWb y .... a aJ /1
that many things political That "good time coming' has at ia tad a brP& '. .
one-Starke Telegraph.The between a big town and a little There is rg .nw.; : elP
t unfortunately another side in Georgia were touched upon.A arrived, and U welcome! t'\.ry"'h i TbD duc.1or ...... one? it. and .t lilt .,. r ., .. : .
to the Orchard story. It paints a sade Telegram.One. with : Itrr 'r ,1'
\ representative of the New In this world happiness is th rejoicing. until s.. .a. al- .' '1ft--,. : r
picture of our civilization viewed .
too, and alter that *. ml 1L.b4
tr.t I York Packer is in Marion countand thing to be desired and populationdoes from that "other side." Orchard Goad Thing Sunbonnet Number- that Would Jr'\ -. r r'NS'< ... .

is giving our watermelon and cantaloupe not always bring it about. worked himself Confederate Four. ajwav\ apllv.r.! ,( > r.'IW4 r, .
up to believing that veterans in Florida The Ot HbV4, It 'r .., '
hV
f (
popularity of the | > r : *
fields a personal inspection, and After being surfeited on the sweets the troubles between organized capital who want to get on the pension roll, ored ser s 'f COl. tt1.ly, '.......t*- t*.. ...,! ..*, I .y H I' ',-
says we have a grand country. We to be found in the great city of Lon the will art supplement being gu>n tst.'IC and mr... .I.-.I tie I :. au
ii on one side and la- at least have
organized a good word to with the New York tbt-n got on tv '... I..... .. ..
Sunday
certainly have that very thing. Why don, Byron, from the very depths o fboy W.ir'd! :sn
on the other was a war to the say: for the late legislature. An additional creases. Several at'ui torw. "..,% rye ). \ II. ....J
not come and help subdue it his soul exclaimed: hundred 'hou. ni tn--oj .
us and -*
knife and contented that it ought to I II I tax of one mill was laid n'tb./I.r; ; ;;>.' ** < 4n
make it contribute more than ever to "There is a pleasure in the pathless be upon have been distribute.1. and the call:: t s I without hftp .. r M tf" ." r Ra
conducted with all the heartlesnessof 1 the tax payers to increase the ... .
tpec'dt.t
pen- for more. So the *n.i I .tt. d I. .- + --
the happiness of mankind.Do woods.There I I series will be cor II Uw ..
real war-as war is conducted not sions.-Live Oak Democrat. time U r.'t. 'h.I..a ---I t
I is a rapture on the lonely only between civilized but between turned far a while yet longer to try.,th- t ,'., '.r. \h !8rtI.... d '. ei
me 1 titan t mff *r v i .' 5ett -
subject is rib Bf
we understand that Editor John shore;; Christian peoples, and he planned his I J. M. Barco fcr ComptrollerJ. shows "Washing Day: and ,i i ,..! la tT( rU r -r\ f.bIo n.. ...J
There is a society where intrudes the sunbonnet babies I fill >-heotot1'ulv 1
Temple Graves none washing j n..m..t. 'e.
now proposes to make murders for all the M. Barco
world like a general was for several '
years a and t'In tt 'mnix. ,
+
hanging out clothes. to aU hat -4
i Hoke Smith the vice presidential candidate | of an army plans his battles. Yet resident of Gainesville, being register Sunday's Get neat 1 ... M. Cw1t-V. ll-i ?OI.\' oi.

1 t ( en the Roosevelt ticket, or By the deep" sea and music in its t we desecrate the one and immortalizethe of the United States land office with it World. The picture IOh Jar City, .k. Ma>. ':1' .. :j

does he propose to throw Roosevelt roar. I I other.It and should he become a candidate for .
overboard for The editor of this paper at times
Hoke He
says that jhe comptroller his old friends would line

DI : Georgian is the logical candidate. It fifhis: life has felt these poetic impressions is reported that Hon. W. C. G. up.for him in solid phalaix.-Gainesville It is true Governor Bro_...... ha ECZEMA OS FACEChild

t is funny about these editors and their I and they have come to him Sua. made aa intensely partisan governor .
Kilgore of
i1l 1 1t candidates-we mean some editors. in the heart of a big city-a city with I resented Sumter WUdwood who ably rep but it may be said In mfrfrithm that 5-uffend T". "MN. s.w
in the
county legis-
the population if not with the pretensions he was brought up in an U .u.iy bitter Well. nether Prays Cttlkiira.uttfe .
lature will be A Little
a candidate for Commissioner InvidiousThe
I Hon. E. L. Warmann of Marion of Live Oak-when the very impact of intolerant panisaB tectiea. and ")I" girl bad hM1I a ..Arri

t county has been appointed a member of numbers made him lose hisindividuality Hon. agriculture to succeed editor of the Index believes that it is hard for one to outlive! and over. eta oft lwr fairs f., .
B.
E. McLin. Mr. Kilgore is aa Hon. Marion S. Knight, of that investigating TftId cn.tllW'bt tns dl1II.'Cto'f
of the board of control of the state's I and personality and feel I excellent come his early impreel ou. ngtTernor's 1IItd. 1 at laic stp,
gentleniana one who !has committee if he finds hwd tJI tbr (141.."
institutions of higher learning. Governor his almost absolute annihilation. He the any- early eaviroamnu have .. bNrtnl: LnIIIoLWC htrSu wet,
courage of his convictions and thing wrong, will tell it. He is honest ccuw l'uC...
:
their ap. Ol8tn. !
!
has tentacles tt sat
felt like
; firmly
I Broward could not have foundin a mere speck on the ctiBcaed abort Ctritieara
\ who would make an upright and capable and will rise above k.ltt+M. 11. is tauw ttWlr"
d partisanship.Lake him.
the whole state a man better suited fleecy clouds, a mere bubble on the I official, and the Herald would City index. 1/ M& y.... uW and au ___ be... .. v.ot
a
: for the position..and in making this great expanse of ocean. gladly f/111Iw weer.... Pp'te the tar
support him ifIr. eWe .
I : :McLia aI sr peslwl ttxMM. +
I appointment he may be sure that he This paper accepts the place the should decline to run.-Pu:1ta Gorda Still Tit 0 thousand orphaM w.r. r*. c.J.Jtiii.. "\I ..... .. u.

l will have the approval of every citiZen cold and inexorable census figures has i Herald. Another Barkis Gently taken to Coaey Iland Ui ato XK... W..H Lititll. Caotua. Ml+w
Judge Isaac Stewart of DeLand inti- y.
who appreciates seeing state affairs consigned it after to see the sights. The eUUtM
and learns all that This lets :Mr. Kilgore had
out If :Mr. mated to
us on last
Tuesday that he
rll.I placed in the hands of the best I a small! place has its compensating I McLin-why ask the Do a day of unalloyed foUght MIl to ..... J eM _--.a 1t.11... ..If..M.
question might
yield to the .
pressure and enter did sf """"'" ... ..
type of our cltize-nsbip.-Stan.e: Tel virtues You those who gave them the : u"
-i lost in
not .
are men who have a taste of oWce 1U1u:1' be race for go\"emor.-Fernandina mod I ....... -i..u.... ..
; egraph. If!! i seething thraldom of humanity Your tarily let go? i Record. !t is as pleasant to Rive as N R. .... lY pee ...rr ... '" .t I.elan.._
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I OUR SOCffiTV L. siness. The contract was then I FLUE CURING IMPROVES TOBACCO LIKE
EDITORVISITS' f I I signed and sealed in behalf of the !I

+i| '\i'nty by three members of the

|: THE EXPOSITION i i i: b, .. d. The regular chairman' was, ROASTING IMPROVES GREEt COFFEEf fi

4 .i. however, present, for he is recorded :
!, an acting against the two members I
J Rain and 1 Mud Mars _
,
the
Pleasure-War himself
ships and Govern- : ; awarding and his associatesin

J: went Attraction-Things Display un Fducationild" West Show the Great : i business the county convicts. If : Flue Curing Develops the Stimulating Aroma and Taste
areet Unfinished aud a VUh: I a majority of the board (these four
: tiu\v is
a Disappointment. members did not consider and delib

'!.........................."................................... .... ........ .. ._ ._...................* I I II erate on this important buusiness for Found In Schnapps that Satisfies Tobacco Hunger
I the county, then I confess my eyes
1. (,, Norfolk, Va.. June 14 ii '
; I I II. THE HIRE OF COUNTY CONVICTS riust be ci--s.-d, and things to marenot

Special to the Ocala Banner: ; what they "appear" to be. CouldI i; There are three ways used by farHundreds_ of imitation brands are

Of course, as everyone knows" the i I Colonel Rogers Writes His Last Article -i be convinced that their published i mers for curing and preparing their on sale that look l like Schnapps ; the
Unless
the Board RequestsHim minutes were incorrect and that 1
primary object is to celebrate of the Jamestown the 300th Exposition I to Continue the had wrongly construed them I would tobacco for the market ; namely, sun outside: of the imitation plugs of to-

anniversary CorrespondenceLynne gladly "apologize and make the is flue cured but the inside
cured air cured and flue cured. The ,
of the settlement of the I I told
Fla., June 17, 19o7. amends honorable.
hm permanent colony in AmericaJonestown. To the Editor Ocala Banner: To the paragraph above referredto I and cheap way is called air cured ; filled with cheap, flimsy, heavilysweetened
I
Historically and educa- another member of the board took air cured tobacco ; one
I feel as though quite enough has the later discovery and improved
way
vrtonally the exposition has numberless !! exceptions and through the columnsof chew of tobacco
interesting features. However, been published about the hire of the the Banner said I had rawhidedhim is called flue cured. In flue-curing Schnapps satisfy

we must confess that so far the exposition -I Marion county convicts, and were it twice, and among other things I the tobacco is taken from the field hunger longer than two chews of

is a failure. There are not that the board of county commissioners -, said: "I am desirous of securing every such tobacco.

scarcely any visitors and the weath-I I by preamble and resolution,i I I dollar that can be morally and and suspended over intensely I hot Expert tests prove that this flue

er is wretched. It has been raining I challenged me to substantiate what II legitimately imbursed for the county. flues in houses especially built to retain -
constantly almost ever since the had written about them, or retract I but said he I I do not interpret the I cured tobacco, grown in the famous

gates were opened, and the roads and II (confess I bad published falsehoods) i law as making it my official duty to the heat, and there kept in the Piedmont region, requires and takes

streets are very sloppy and disagreeable. through the columns of the Banner, I I skin one man in order to planter a proper temperature until this curing less sweetening than other kind
certainly would afflict another." ,
The exposition is not nearly not the public'sore place on '

4O completed and many of the concessions with this communication, but in com- Now, let us examine this assertion.Up I process developes in the tobacco thestimulating and has a wholesome, stimulating,

on the "Warpath" just beginning pliance with the request of the board I to the time the boarad failed to I! taste and fragrant: aroma satisfying effect on chewers. If the

to be erected. If anyone is and justice to my veracity for truth, give any attention to my bid of
found in Schnapps tobacco just as kind of tobacco are cl '\\'ing don'tsatisfy
contemplating a trip to the expositionwe impels me to thus burden the public j>u.J.Uo each per month for three or you

advise them to wait at least two again. more of the fourteen reserve convicts green coffee is made fragrant and more than the mere habit of

months before coming.We In reviewing my several commu- which was on the 2nd day of stimulating by the roasting
process. expectorating, stop fooling yourself
visited nications to 0th Banner, and tbe replies -
quite a nuumber of the April 1 had never heard the slightest
thereto, by different members of Only choice selections of this ripe, and chew Schnapps tobacco.
state buildings yesterday, and theyart 'I intimation the c ny of the re.-rrve-i!
certainly worth one's while. They the board, I shall be brief, mild in'convicts would! be worke.l on tbe public juicy flue cured leaf, grown in the Schnapps is like the tobacco chewers -

are beautifuully furnished, and the my criticisms and strictly impersonal. I roads but to the contrary. I saw famous Piedmont where the
country, formerly bought costing from i5c-
hosts and hostesses of these various Review cf Correspondence I free labo 't: ; v.erlung ou :ht> ha".>
(Tidings are exceedingly cordial In my letter of April 9th, I :stated roads. best tobacco grows, are used in to $ .00 per pound ; Schnapps is sold

-.fnd agreeable. The Georgia building my grievance against the board was I read iro.u the minutes of the Schnapps and other Reynolds' brands at Soc. per pound in 5c. cuts, strictlyof
N a replica of Dulloch Hall the homeof their promise to consider at that ses- board that on the 7th day of May
high grade flue cured tobaccos. 10 and cent !: :.
Roosevelt's mother at Roswell, Ga. sion of their body my proposal to (just af'e* i-soluting:: to hive me 15 pu;

Monday was Georgia'day, and so far hire three or acre of the fourtu- apologize to them, or tqf esablitsh: by
served convi't-- the price of t:-ir- what I had written
.1'h
9 \\ biggest day that the exposi- I competent proof,
W i iinn has enjoyed. The president was ty-tbree and one-third dollars each about their official actions) "Com R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM, X. C.

here in all his glory and made two per month. They did not do as they missione: Edwards thereupon requested -
)sp fche8 during the day, and was told me they would do, but the chairman Commissioner Mathews to ---- --. ------ ---- .

royally wined and dined. I replied saying he "would have take the chair, and move that the remaining DR. L. 8, WARREN :i!

The National Editorial Association I the minutes co"rected" There wa: members of the board be appointed -
convened at the Jamestown Exposi- about as much difference in the correction a committee to take up tbe Of Chicago Will Conduct Services! DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY
at the First Church
tion this week. They have had a I and the original as there is question of convict reserve, with respect TodayDr.

splendid meeting and have been between "tweedle-dee and tweedle- to working the same on the hard L. B. Warren of the Ta" nu: .

howed many courtesies. Mr. C. L. dum." roads." etc. The writer has been in- Baptist Church, Chicago win! i> r">

Bittinger of Ocala represented Floridaat In my second letter I said. in sub formed that six convicts have been preach at the First Baptist ch'.n' !: : WILLOW DALE

this meeting. stance: "The board either intention taken from the fourteen reserve and day, morning and evening. arm: t.[ i" : '

The "101 Ranch Wild West Show" ally or unintentionally so worded put to work on the rock road. This I the city Friday afternoon and :- ;" '

is the best and most popular attrac- their advertisement for the hire of appears to me to be "taking the skin guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. .loci I-.H

Hon at the fair. Our party took in county convicts as to mislead the off of one man to plaster a sore on an- at the Frederica. Dr. Warren i i"i.[ i ;tC1 kdi

this attraction yesterday, and it was public," etc. I believe that assertionis other," or a hole in the road at least man who did such wonderful \\"<11-:\ ,

, c-nainlY a very fine show.Wednesday thoroughly established by tb Now, I do not request the board to Beaumont. Texas, and at ('in<;:i. t ttE

t.k afternoon old acqAintances wording of the first lines of their advertisement apologize for having published me, The Tabernacle Baptist chlr! ,'1 h, ,Ii WHISKEY
as follows: their minutes Chicago has had 162 addition '
were renewed down at and recorded me on asa > !M. io'r:

the "1111 Ranch Wild West Show," "Notice is hereby given that at the falsifier, for it is human to err, but mon1and without any Slh'I'a, .
I II Ii .
meeting of the board of county com- to "forgive is divine." \i\':l and between $4000 and! :$:.tll''" ..: 'II
whfu Joseph and Zack Miller, owners I i tj FULL EXPRESS[
of the show, met their old friends ofihr missioners on the first day of Janu- If the boarl desires it. I will impose I nidi it. dness has: been paid ::11 ,> 4" i985|

I I National Editorial Association.It ary 1907," etc. By this the? writer on the public! and give another tinif The Snnr .I.\ -('hooi! ha. !.' ;, 1 :
was misled, and went to Ocala to chapter, :t-lio>;-ing! wherein: I believe! th"'i 'iMbled' and tin: 'ira\er in; .p.-!! QTS.PPREPAID
las last year, out on the great i
confer with the board about the reserve ., li iti'i'! the ; f
be counts baa lost: moiit v :> the conic 111th implI't.l: -
ranch Bli Oklahoma, that the II : .
at s. Sl'1ll1S ,"" '1:" : ". : 1"',
clause of their advertisement way the board has Ita.-1! out and I \if. -> i'f the chuii! \ Lyen !I"", ., .
; '
national edi-
Millers: entertained the c' c u 'i ':o n. .r':" t i t. "
UIM at a special performance which and to put in a bid for convicts. The worked the county COUMCKe are (I \it..j! i." hear llt-a'ren.I : a .:', u! WILLOW DALE RYE, .
board did not meet on the first day of working convicts, and are therefore k Tt \ It ti.l It1'1\ don t 11'.1: it .i.l: r
was witnessed b>" t :iIIIJO, ) people, the
'
.
January, neither do I believe they in- able to inform the, public ithin a I Mr. Warren CalledAt r !hltoU> ever tteil. stiui it }bock I" i.MOII.C
large crowd ever assembled in this _'_ '
kn and our >; .ywill be promj'il.; ; n
country to witness a show. Therewas tended to meet then their advertisement few cents, what it is co-ruii ? the a liusim1' : meeting ul t .. x rN s. I-n't th.iti fir oiler?

a heartygreeting at the ranch to the contrary notwithstanding. county to work convicts on the rock I Baptist church last night 'h: I KB I Remember we are 11.-tillers: !! soh .
The editors roads. Without a further requestfrom Warren of Chicago \\a ra' : "I jI: i I from us \ou sue the: enormous 1)1.-: '
,
show down at the grounds. ... lll.I.1"il.til> chain of f atiuHcr ''" N
were given the "best in the shop" To my second letter, one of the the board. I shall! write no more the pastorate of the church' a"r LO'V.' : I i'' tr-sure> of ;jfettmjj our whi-kev inst ait* ..rn ..

and enjoyed the show inraiensely. Af- members of the board replied, show- on this subject. church has the assurance o: litV; .rr [I i _I ..,. I: f our distillery without being tmpcrc'l: a :: .
I.r the Wild West exhibition they inc: his opposition to reserving four- With kindly! feelings to all, I am, ren that he will accept the c,i'::. II' I. 11. I I'. i v.\ .
jl I {, 'I' If prefer corn whi.kt'1:: will .*.0.1: n
..1.t'r" entertained over at the Indian teen convicts out of the lease as ad- Very respectfully. has for some time past been p',i-* 0; -\.,[. y4t, fourfuIlquartsofourA.LANGINCLAtWSCORN you !

ramp vertised, and further saying, "In no R. F. ROGERS.In of the Tabernacle Baptist chiiu'1! .c ': ilI.I. \ WHISK :YIorS2.80exprrsaprrjMSl. V .sl' '

\nulher tine attraction on the'ar.alb" wise did I expect Edwards Bros to Chicago, and has been uniibtia'lv: !:. <' 't :" bin a better corn whiskey from ant Uxh eht a:
"
work them indefinitely," meaning the cessfnl in his pastoral work I ni rha') I.1 ir l : one .
of the Merri-
battle the readers of
-4L \\ is the bidding adieu to :: ;" 'Our
; : of perfect satisfaction or tmeyrefunded
: guarantee
mao and the Monitor. One of the vis- fourteen reserved convicts; also say the Dunnellon! Advocate Editor city.The 'IJ'i I; VlJI m"I'I" ;oes with even shipment we Dlake.1&1
.S t: IIIIIK admirals at the exposition is ing: "I must confess the county has Thompson, among other pleasant First Baptist church ha- !h..11 I S :: run no risk when you deal with as as the ownr
lost and is that ought without a pastor since the reMuiu'jin i of havertviun.es a million doll Jl
very enthusiastic over the attraction losing money things, said the following: It is impossible ::11\'; our conijviMv
and says the movements and Ito I have been saved." To the above to mention all our friends, of the Rev. T. N. Compton ei:,nt"n !5 6WIPTCREEKO5Tt! \ I r' and will llio exact'} ,i-> we: vu

tactic employed in the productionare I manly letter I replied, saying among but we cannot resist saying a brief months ago. Uill MACONGA '.'f il; THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO,
other "It to that The cal extended to Dr. \\'arran! wa-- sRa D "U1I'ftI MACON. GA.
an exact reproduction of the original things: appears me word to good-hearted, substantial
there a unanimous one. There wa. a !!art; Owner of Registered DuUllcry No. 29. Swift Creek. Ca.
the that
public can readily see
battle maneuvers. Frank Harris, brisk Bro. Bittinger, m
is located was consideration and deliberationby congregation in attendance a* iilr
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The Jamestown Exposition rough and ready L'Engle, sarcastic
on the shores and waters of a majority of the board to so word Hetherington and open-handed Sher- meeting.-owensboro (Ky.) Sentinel! -- -- :
their advertisement for bids for the _
Hampton Roads near Norfolk Ports- wood. ---j----
mouth, Newport News, Hampton and hire of county convicts that special There was a baseball game in Oklahoma -

Old Point Comfort The harbor has favors might be granted and the coun-! That the strawberry industry at the other day between an ,I
been full of American and foreign ty thereby lose mone>." The above' Starke pays the growers handsome Enid and a Garber nine, and after i, I ROLLINS COLLEGE
of paragraph stirred up the exmemberof the first two or three plays the former j
since the opening
battleships ever profits, is well known. If any proofis WINTER PARK, FI.A
and visitors are allow- the old board, and he came out left the field all to once. A :
tb' expobition, needed the fact may be cited that
441 to KO over the boats without anynM through your columns saying, among the Bradford county bank at Starke spectator in one of the local papers :I Offers superior advantages in high grade CfJ.ltgt i academy, ei
through one of other things: "This is a grave charge took sides with the Enid players and pression, music, art, business, stenography and domestic science
f tape, and a trip cashed checks remitted for straw-
these battleships is in itself an edu- and the party making it ought to berry shipments in excess of $3 9.100. ,- said: Some people blame the Enid:, courses.
cation. A large number of the boats sustain it or apologize to the board i \ Great is Florida.-St. Augus- team for quitting when they did but Most attractive, healthful and refined surroundings. For till t

have left the Roads in the last few and make the amends honorable." tine Record. few who witnessed the game did. :' particulars and room reservations addressJ.

flays, but there are still six American I here and now repeat that it did. When a great big double-fisted slug- .' H. BRIXSON. or, \\'. R. O'NKAL, Str'y.Ocala. I eI

battleships remaining, and they and does ju-w, appear to me that The DeSoto County News calls ger hits a ball and sends it clear out I Fla. Orlando", Fla.[:
into the so it has to be sent:
country
the "consideration and deliberation"
and others will remain during there was Senator Beard of Escambia the Var-
members of the board in after with a team, I think it was time
life of the exposition. by
deman of Florida. Senator Beard is !
The awful tragedy on Tuesday the leasing of the county convicts. an able man, although he has the to quit. -- --- ---- .
night that caused the death of elev- They advertised to meet on the first __.. _
habit of throwing peanuts at the gal- b n :! ""
,'1ur the sailors on the Minnesota day of January.- They did not meet lery.-Apalachicola Times. 1! A Fortunate Texan. u.s, J g{'"pT7rpr. ;.:'; t." .fSTfW I nll2ra
has cat a dreadful gloom over the then, neither do I believe they had ISt.I Mr. E. W. Goodloe, of 1"7 S: L.. !:- > x ._ .. : j' oil. ,1 ". 'vt \SrmBft
Dallas, Texas, says: "In[ th- pas! It Hnw=s.rt Jf LU'H'W: ; Vl j\ miMi/iliVia I a
to the gaities intended to meet until the Sth day ( -
navy and has put a stop Colic and Diarrhoea. i year 1 have become acquamv.i: w.'h j li t j .,
mi board the boats for the present. cf January. This might have beenan Pains in the "'tomaeh.. colic and di i' Dr King's:: New Life Pills and! no 'a\: Full College! Courses fl r-tl'. '"' :''i.fii: j-i' For Catalo lIe & full
\W have been through the governmanufasturer's oversight, but the effect was not arrhoea are quickly! relieved by the 'ane. I hate ever tried: : so ..'ft.'ctJa! : :. with Music.: Paintingand i uli: ,S9sst:: ftf/f"jii- *I&.J.Tai i Information Address
liberal arts. liable to benefit the county. Should .I use of Chaiiber.uus: Cu'.i: \ Cholera -"'I""f ma'ana: and! !v.:'.">.:.MI Elflcntion.ori5tb! Session i i ? o.'t, 'Y.{ rcheNW C Ines. Pres.
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in" nt. :). 07 w, ,,, r JiJ. $ COI, M"
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1 and Diarrhoea R> i iuriy Fir ,a!" b> T'- 'J'iu"n iml: 'I r eeip'a'! Tti.n trey t
.lu.li'orium. history and historic arts, the sheriff or a special master of the ,
: ail!! drigg.j's: : i- & ell' s drug "t.rt'
tf tt.\!lIt's, pure food, mines and metal- court advertise to sell a piece of land! i
I !'irs, and a number of oher buildings on a certain day and did not appear' '-- -- --.- -- -- -

and have seen most of the attraction to make the sale until seven days Id--

on "Warpath" that are ter, without giving notice to the pub
The Ilia peculiar to women, take different forms.
worth seeing We are having a big lie the sale would be null and und.
effect. Some ladies:: suffer, every month from dark rings round their eyes, blotches on their skin and tIred
week and are all greatly enjoying and the deeds of no Rs
"doing" the exposition. The board did meet and organize feeling. Others suffer agonies o! pain, that nerds can hardly express.

1 SARA B. HARRIS.Eidently en the Sta day of January. They adjuurred Whatever the symptoms, remember there Is one medicine that viQ go beyond mere symptoms,aad

without entering into eon act on the cause cf their troubles, the weakened vcoanly organs.
"\ Pat Calhoun got in tract on that day for the hire of the

mighty' bail company out in San Francisco. county convicts. They held a special

He has been indicted for bribery meeting on the 19th day of January. Round Wine of ardui!

on the testimony of Abe Reuf. at which session one member was ab-

Calhoun once fought a duel in Geor sent. The chairman of the board

gia. lie let his adversary fire awayat stepped down and out of the chair
him for five consecutive times, and another member was put in as chair Mrs. M. C. Austin cf Memphis, Tenn., writes: "For five (5) years I suffered with every'symptom

when he had him at his mercy he deliberately nan pro tern. The other two memo Eyes cf female disease, but after using the veil-known! Cardul Home Treatment, 1 vas entirely,e1.! "

fired his pistol in the air. bers were made a committee to con- Write Y for a free copy of rt: I.64-page mastrate-4! : Book! for WOIIIft.! If poi M / *lJ*
W RITE IIC A LETTER 1cii1 Qes rbe ,stating ,ant rply will be suet I. pith saved s .' Mi s,
A.1vice your symptoms age
The two men shook hands, and were s t'er the relative bids. and awarded J-19- AJJress: Udics' Aivisory Dept The Chatunopg*teJidoe Co.. Ch&1tUOOI... Tt....
afterwards devoted friends. I be convicts to the regular chairman ,




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ANTHONY ITEMS FAIRFIELD ITEMS GRAHAMVILLE :, REDDICK RUMBLINGS I LAKE WEIR GLEANINGS
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Cor. Ocala Banner I _- --' ...+... ......... ara.
Special Cor. "tMa Banner: Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Special : Special Cor. Ocala Banner: I ( *"

With cantaloupe! vines dying and Several farmers of this vicinitymet The Mount Dora correspondent of Our farmers are needing rain, but Mr. Leland Smoak of Ocala and i i 'P-..,. .cr)'I-'r"C.l"*. .* *."! ft j


prices declining the season is closing -.I again last Saturday evening in the Times-Union says: Messrs. Don- are not complaining much yet as the I.one party of of Mr.friends C. J. Smith's are now cottages ]S 'b tX.>:.? fiH3C: ,.-F:? Qpjii !

for them but several cars of watermelons Mr. Tongue's hall and organized a nelly and Watt are building a beautiful almanac man tells us a storm is to *I ..\- \ hojp$. ,.f.j i:..;- S2b '"
the summer. f ,' f. .
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are kaving daily for the local farmers' union. The following stern-wheel boat 35 feet long, form over tbe Missouri valley in a Miss Laura Driggers has : i I.: j ,' .
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Northern markets. officers were elected: F. Arthur I' with which they expect to navigate day or two and come down our way, I home from Madison where she : 'tmf.. ',; '

The dry weather is doing much in- Jones, president; L. E. Mangum. vice the Oklawaha river from one end to bringing all the rain we may need, after I been attending school. '..,;,.. --., .,: -i-.. ).

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I I Mrs. C. P. Moody of Ocala and i...."- ; i I'. < 'J" ; : f', ,
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which the rains will be
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late president I E. S. Smith, R. 'the also all the tributaries of summer .. .' I., .P ,
... jury to corn potatoes and other ; secretary; other I : { .; '\ > .
I daughter, Mrs. Fancher, of ,7.f:1.:1 :1,':; .
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C. Yongue, treasurer. Remarks, relating II the St. Johns as it is shallow draft- i here, when we will have showers to ;-. ,...t"t:. :'1 : ,, ..
crops. ; town have taken Mrs. R. H. ... .
to the object of the meeting, only drawing 12 inches when laden. spare. !I :tf in. I .a*.s.. 3 .t r
Anthony is greatly in need of a '!ens' cottage for the summer. 'r :! rwifc !
and the necessity for organizationwere lit will be fitted with glass cabin rt" '
up LDC-- E v9!;a iuf&r -l
bank to rash; the thousands of I This week will about wind up the I Miss Cornelia Turnley of ,
,
I made by M. L. Payne and E. S. I and all modern conveniences for j for 2J.. .4 dal'-!<' /. TVjTfft. ,
checks pouring in from produce ship- I l vegetable shipping business, and 'left for home Thursday having ea.kt;a "
I Smith. A feeling of determination cooking, sleeping and camping. -
ments, and to rJieve the presure on II while returns have been better than several weeks with her cousin, :\ j I f
{ appears to be among the farmers When this new boat and the one
the merchants. : Sara Smith.
I and judging from the enthusiasm I from Leesburg, are put on the river for years it is the big shipper who I i
Our merchants are doing a good J :Mr. W. H. Moore went to j
prevailing throughout the delibera- they will make quite an acquisition to l M. FISKEL
I gets the best prices as a rule, while Sold by
business and are made glad over the ville a few days ago, to meet his >i ii
farmers will boats the Wil- I
tions, the organized soon the present regular ,
payment of old accounts, as well as the man who only plants a few acres \i Mule daughters, who are j
be a proposition that will have to be I liam Howard the Josephine and the
fine cash sa'!es. must be satisfied with less per crate. ; from Athens Aia.. where tbey
seriously cnsidered. "In unity thereis Winona, and things will be more ac-
of Toctors C. and Ea- I Moorhead, D. S. Woodrow
The office been school for the
;:I attending
strength," has been adopted as tive on the raging Oklawaha. That is what we hear from some of
ton Lindner, is thronged most of the:: i i eight months. President. Secretary.
their motto. They adjourned to :Mr. Pat Randall has returned from our people. : '
time, mostly with people from a distance :Mr. J. S. Driggers is shipping B. J. Potter Gen. Mgr.
meet again on the 29th inst. his business trip to Jacksonville. His The attention of the farmers is now j!

1 who come to consult them pro-. Messrs. R. L. Smith and D. A. Du- trip was in the interest of his boat, turned to their pindar crops, which, j 1: matoes at a rapid rate and SAND MB STONE MANY! .. \
fes ionally.
t Mrs. Phares is sick with fever. puis attended church at Reddick Sun- the Winona, which will be immedi- by all odds, is one of the best mon- very encouraging returns from all | Builders ot

day evening.Mrs. ately put on the river as a "cabbage ey crops, according to the expense of has shipped. I CEMENT SIDEWALKS
have recently
Two new pianos
B. S. Jennings returned home cutter." it of this Clarence Smith, Jr., and i Dealers: in
other
the making or any coun ,
been brought here, one going to !
Sunday evening from South Florida Mr. Ed Mills and his father of Miami try. The cost of making and gather- Cason left Monday morning to LAKE WEIR SANDIanufacturpr
otherto
home of J. G. Graham and the
where she has been visiting her in Grahamville, visiting rel- the summer with relatives in
are
is about all of
the residence of G. M. Brown. ing a pindar crop $7, told :

Our baseball boys are stirring daughter for the past few weeks. atives and friends. They are tellingus while the ordinary yield is from 25 ville Tenn. R. H. C. I BLOCKS,

The young people of Fairfield en- wonderful tales of the Magic to 50 bushels acre, which sell at PAVING MATERIAL
themselves, and by frequent practiceare per Death of An Aged Citizen !

putting themselves in conditionto je: ed a delightful party in the hallo City" and Flagler's road along the from $1 to $1.25 per bushel, to say l II FENCE POSTS. Etc.

er W. A. Yongue's store ast Friday keys. We are contented, however, I
nothing about the for fattening and plans urn-ben an
pasture '
make it very interesting to any Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
:
evening.Mr. right here in the banner county-Ma- hogs, nor the vines for hay, that taken. .
that bats with them.
team crosses
Misses May Moore and Bessie Gra- Ed Rou, one of Reddick's sue- rion.Miss sell: readily at $10 per ton. The pas I. Mr. Daniel R. Dana aged 91 i I O. Box 956 Ocala, Florida."

c. Fsful merchants, was in our little Minnie Randall is in Ocala. alone will for making 1 month and 23: days, passed over :
ture
attending the State Ep- repay one -
ham are i .
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worth League Convention at Talla- tc\\n last Monday. visiting her sister, Mrs. Harvey and gathering the crop, so the the great beyond Tuesday, June j

Mr. H. W. Nettles and daughter Smith this week. Thursday Baseball
hassee as delegates from the leagueat pindars and hay are clear profit. at 12 m., conscious to the last full

this Mis Belle, of Flemington, were visitors Mrs. L.1.. Graham has returned The sad intelligence came over the most of the stores ca: >- ,\ f. th-

place.A to our town Tuesday. from her visit to Ocala and Berlin. confidence and anxious to meet ,
wires last Friday that Mrs. M. A. Ow- '
former pastor of the Methodist half holiday. a i.I..' tW'1 i
COW BOY. Mr. Harvey Smith of Ocala was in Maker. Thus passed one of 1 '
ens was no more and that she had
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.
church here Rev. W. F. Shoemaker: at thp Magnoii.t .e*" ,"
our village last Sunday. died in Jacksonville. Her remains oldest citizens to that home fr
i Gith wife and son, made a brief visit
FLEMINGTON Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Griggs were in yesterday afn-rmmii. !8ft
on their way to Georgia, where they were brought to Millwood cemeteryon whence travelers no more return,

the Brick City last Wednesday.Miss last Saturday, accompanied by hEr local teams I.'ay ball Th.: ini*
thinl of locating. caping earthly cares and
Cor. Ocala Banner:
Special Pattie Smith of Ocala is vis- daughter, Mrs. Waldo, and her grand- quite evenly] divided .d.! !t tht
Prof. W. W. Smith is in Jacksonville -
business.A The dry weather is getting to be iting her father at Silver Springs. daughters, Mrs. Mary Harris and Mrs. leaving only a memory of good enjoyed a uood aniar.n ..:t\yi*>

on somewhat distressing. Little Misses Helen and Kate Mills Annie VanDeman, accompanied by performed. A short service was teams lined up as lo :.i\\-

town on ordinance sid'waIksorks forbidding riding hard- There is going to be a dew house and Tessie Mills of Miami, and Amelia Mr. Carl Van Deman. Mrs. Owenswas at the house from thence to -Ford, c ; Clark. II' Col...
bicycles
church where the Rev. A. C.
Young and Masters Eric Mills. the last one of the notable people McLin, :'IJ. ; Aydlotte. .:, Kau,
ships to some of our young folks. built in our communitsoon.. What field preached an eloquent funeral I
J. G. G.r Graham, Davis and Mart Young are who made the Millwood section fa- I .; Peyser, If. : Ditto d \\'.wt- ;
.l-. : does it mean, Jim mon, touching themes
upon
of their lives eating
the time rf.
having I mous precedin the civil war, and no I :
:Mr. C. B. Mixson and niece were "Grandma" Graham's. thought of by the living and well '
peaches at -Bullock; c Han!
BELLEVIEW WHISPERS woman who ever lived in this community ; :- p ; n

visitors at Fairfield last Monday. Every day is sunny and a picnic day ]! has been more universally loved I every-day life. Following which lb.: Buuutr, _", X cb :

Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Our farmers are about through with them. and respected. She was an 'humble Masonic body took charge and 3b.; Jewett. ss. ; Cntl..f ja': t

with their truck, and are beginningto Mrs. William Hinton ofSharp's ceeded to the cemetery where .
Mr. and consistent Christian long before there cf.; Tucktr. rf.
And now we can see the dull summer service rendered by Judge L. L.
their
prepare summer crops. Ferry were in Ocala, shop '
,
team to bat
was any church organization near s umt fi; -: amk
months ahead: ; the last of our kins master of .:.
:Mr. J. K. Mixson is on the jury this worshipful '
ping Friday. three whil- .
run
h her home, and was one of the first lWnnE'ttl
Northern friends are preparing toleave i lodge No. 95, was touching in the
week. ,
Miss Pauline Hinton is spendingthe 1 to connect herself with Millwood goose egg. The flat i i.- I\ddl't\ !

us and flit away to regions cooler We had quite a fire here last Sun- week in Ocala with friends. treme, and elicited favorable the second. y
th
church the day it was organized, and more in i: n *
until the autumn winds turn them day. Someone put a live match in a Speaking of beautiful women, why, ,was one of its valued members from I ment from all present. A very the Benmttcould do u : to

this way once more. Mesdames EllenF. of woods and it tried to I ing tribute to a member of Warren
rough piece and Miss Gainesville can ,
Miss Ocala acioth *
one man p'a' The
that time until she removed to Jacksonville .
Bush. Annie W. Dana and L. R.
burn up everything. Mr. Jenningslost twist the whole peninsular of Florida Mrs. Owens was a quteniy.j: I. lodge, F. & A. M. I : remained! ", to I until; n, nh #I i1
Halstead are making their final preparations about of fence. Mr. Dana is survived by a j jMrs. .
sixty panels
around their little fingers. dignified, but humble Christian s\ when !?"-nrifti'4! to go. and expect to lea'eabout and sister 3-I Anna W. Dana, of Belleuew, '
Mr. J. K. Mixson were whatever to :
the 21th for Boston, via Savannah Not having any way I man. Though possessing social qualities and talk d! s. \ nini i .i,l I.
callers at Irvine last Sunday after- of the United son Frank R. Dana. of Warren. R.
and the Jamestown Exposition.The convey to other parts i[ of a high degree, she cared little i three rut IOP! in rl-:" ,? >. ; h- .
noon. and glorious Ke was 0[.-' of Belleview's oldest j
States our balmy zephyrs I'F( t '
season is about over. 1 for society beyond entertaining not to I'itdon' d' in
shipping
Mrs. Mamie Dorman of Live Oak sunshine, we advise all "exposi- 1 I izens. haying come here over !i Y
; .1
Good prices prevailed from the I her friends in her own home. Her ; 1 rall-t-:: u 'h' 1 '- ". at
t opening is too guest of her parents, Mr. and tion- 'tri.'k ports" to hereafter send years aso lo:,t money by the ... .
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of th. :
of the season to a few days I life was devoted to her home and TO : I[ M--'I! th H!
,, up Mrs. J. I. Whittington this week. their representatives to our Land of and the bank failures in Gcala, ha\- i
.
T '
whoa the bottom fell out of the I those she loved. No sacrifice was too i : i in f.nu' ut ae B n ft
( ago Miss Mamie Carlton of St. Petersburg ;: Flowers, and here to build their majestic held. stock in these banks. and for i i nL ,. l-
markets and skipping ceased. The treat for her to make for them. She I.I I. ', viai i\ .'Y..I nan r. 1. ; ,;;'
is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. R and I past ten years lived a quier. I .
i and buildings commemorate t
. I f growers as a rule are wearing bii | .1 mystic. was called upon to endure more olife's I : : 1 liall. I bit ta-- d ,si! ," Ad.J'. t
life. surrounded the loving
Whiuiugtou, for a historic events.Give by care:
i smiles, and are carrying check books while.MAGNOLIA. past : sorrows and bereavements than I i ,.:. (' .-; r::M- i i Ki:,a.i"'. j
P us the "oldest paper in Fior :a devoted wife and kind friends, ,!
result of most people, and she drained the
in their pockets as a a propert. s- cap I
l\a.-the Banner-every time. Wt; I ptly waiting the end. 1 I attcntu t f 'he! circuit .
i n
'. season. : of sorrow to its depths, but. like her I i r -I r )}
LEMMA in reading the Banner. Its' } Report has it that Mrs. t .
I Mrs. John Brown left us :Monda delight :Master, she did it without complain1ing. ngaceti: ;a" : iy y.rdav ,r> f. ._
K:isey. who recently went to
for Philadelphia: and Atlantic City, tc) columns are so refreshing. and when her friends expected J J. : ? the 1.1-! <..f MrM < **ra..
. TV tragic death ofIr;;. Edward 1 Died June 9th. at her residence :uooehee, :s dead. :Mrs. Kelsey ha '
1 J be gone for the summer. We under6tand .. on her to succumb to her bereavementsshe i J ,! : against I r'::t \ I. H' \

Taylor, nee Lemma Shires, which occurred a*. Connor.lrs.. Sarah );. Stevens lived near Belieview for a great I ; i.f ,1.1 I i :V '
sought from
strength
a higher !
, that Mr. Drown has decided tcI ) jj i
the youngest.laughter ber of years, and was unique in t
Stevens anl"r'h
was
!| til': his Bellevp.farm and move to) at her home in Hernantlo Fla, Mrs. source and never murmured against I ,' j \: at "' : ,

t; ; Silver Springs u' engage in the dairy June :?nd, was indeed a sad shock to of Mr. and Mrs. Henry WPtrkins. her afflictions. She is at rest;; beside I j're-s, manners speech and way i' rd and M i ft'a: < ,' L .4 ,
'
hmg. Her kin of heart
nes
Severalcars she was was fir
-tr' truck l"s.:i ss with bis brother,, her many friends here. It is said ago her husband, Col. M S. Owens, and ]i! ) .m::' al:, i me i-'< r, ,
! 1 a married Mr. Jesse Stevens and I 1 ieihial:, whe.as:: a nurse a!! "
, 2f Jim former uaager of the TeapotGiocery : I that she died by her own 1 hand, a*, to her illustrious son Hon. Albert W. .,.b." carried throtie'a in sickness j L. The case will!! i'' o- ::;'
their union blued by three bright
was
. Owens. The splendid The jury in thta :
I in Ocala. We regret to lose :: rare and expensive i t '
: her husband's gun was lying besideher Including her mother and )f her in highest; praise. We
' Mr. Brown as r.e has been one of, girls. floral tributes that came:: I Cto E. Coobhy..I I 1'1 t'.

I! \ the best citizens:: that Belleview has i and her hand still in the position father, husband and children brothers from Jacksonville attested that those nis her. BABY. Waterman. J.l 1'! :M,

| 1 seen in many a day. in which the trigger was pulled. and sisters she leaves a host of who knew her during her short so- I From ReddickMr. i and James \ikin

'i I Mr. James: Shedd has bought Mr. Her head was shattered. She was friends Mrs. John to mourn Barnes her and death.:interesting journ there appreciated her worth. I J. N Shealey has laid
Sam Barrett's faiai southwest oft Mrs. William Yongue was thrown' ;
just
alone when the "'shovel and the "
terrible deed gas children of Bay City are here on a hoe, resigned as secion
ran, and expects to take possessionibout done. Her husband from a wagon on last Friday and her t
foreman
t coming home at few weeks' visit to Mrs. Barnes' pa- shoulder broken. on this section of :
was Doctors Gat-
September 1. sunrise found her thus. They had rents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Griggs. }I.. C. L., sold out "lock, stock and barel'
)Ir. John Hanes and son, Tom, have only been rell and Wilson attended to her in I
in Reddick
married six months. She Friends, don't forget the picnic at r and is moving to Ro.helle
t juries, and while there is
left for Floral
to nothing
City placesJ
accept
was member I Rt
a
of where
the he
M. E. church-; the of :Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. c proposes to | flStJEL'S
\ with Mclver & MacKay in the building home grave in her condition it will be
having
joined under ReC.. W. Perkins on the 21st inst. Let's all I m J[ merchandising and also run a hoel. ,,
_Tj I of a large phosphate plant. White four some time before she regains the use .
years ago. She was as- out and greet the pioneer couple tl Very few better their j

>' There 13 a little real estate deal on sistant organist of that church and go with smiles and spend the day of her arm again. I c ondition by leaving Reddick. (eND lOcSTORE4r:

which, if it comes to a successful issue was a student of the Female Colelgeat sunny As usual, there is very little, if any, I ;,.,
their home.
at .
J! will cause a little wonder and Tallahassee picnicking sickness in our neighborhood.The SOUTH LAKE WEIR I
and stood high in her n
Mr. M. L. Reynolds who has beenat
1 t surprise but we C.o not wish to state classes. The seventeen years of her for Banner still waves in the forefront i iI Dishes . . . 5c ,
Anthony, packing cantaloupes
particulars, for fear of "butting tn- life was filled with deeds of loving at Reddick. Long may she I Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Squeezers . . 5c
returned to his
the ten days,
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past I
t where we are not wanted. We had wave. i A number of ladies in
this
kindness to her younger sister and vicinity Mashers . . it
section Wed
no risk to learn the details of this I brother, who were bereft of their home in. the Lynne on Miss Lillian Light and Miss Eloise i i! met at the home of Mrs. Ricker i Cups 5c

dt'1I1 but it simp!:: floated to us. mother at an early age. As a daughter nesday.Mr.. "Scrub" James Reynolds madea Hull left for Gainesville this week to t 1 Friday afternoon and organized a W. Ccmbs!: . . 5c

i Shippers and receivers are delighted I she was always obedient and dutijful. to the seat Wed- attend the Summer Normal School Ie. T. U. Rods . .. 5c

with the service given by our efficient I !. She was a favorite among the flying trip county The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will Mr. S. Lehmann and Mr. E. B. Kil- Openers . 5c

railroad and express agent, I school children and loved by the old- I nesday.Wonder what's the matter with give an entertainment at the Methodist -I lam went to Ocala on Tuesday. I Hammers . . 5c

Miss Snow. She was at her post early church at Reddick on the evening The melon shippers '
er ones. The highest and noblest are certainl : Shakers .. . 9C

in the morning and until the last tribute that is paid to woman is suit I' Caliopean Write again, Colonel, we of the 24th. The program to be I having a hard row to hoe this year, : Toasters . . 5c

I shipment was offered at night. SmilIng to read your letters. rendered by the children is said to be the failure of the railroad i
able to her. She bore her troublesin CHATTEX CHUM. I to supply Buckets . . Sc

( and courteous, she has won the silent anguish as long as she could an excellent one. I. cars in due season being the main '! Brushes . . 5c

esteem of the entire community and and her friends know too well that Miss Phoebe Couzins, the eminentSt. A cordial invitation is extended to source of trouble, the dry weather be- j Boxes . ---5c =

I we hope there will be no change everyone who can attend. !ing another. The
I her heart was broken. There was Louis woman lawyer prices, however. I Pitchers . 5c
I made by the railroad officials in their expressesthe i y
no mesage left, but BARKIS. have been quite satisfactory i I Banks .
on her bed lay hope that President Roosevetl . . .5c
agent at Belleview.Mr. her Bible her i I Mrs. Ricker and Miss Inez Gates I Scalers ..
book-mark across the will not abolish "Santa Claus" as a ; .. . . 5c
J Polly and family :Mr. and Irs.I. Capt. Jack McCann has a beautifulshell
77th; Psalm i were among our travelers on Mon.day I
Turners .
I I and the following were nature fakir and consign him to the . . 5c
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W. R. Bryant and family, also Mr. :
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Mrs. Cecil marked: "I cried unto God with my I f f Ananias brigade. She also says that which probably has no duplicate E. B. K. i I! Spoons . .. . .5c
and Bryant, with
I. some voice, even unto God with my voice, I I i his fears of race suicide is baseless. anywhere. It is a clam shell which J Drivers . . .It
other friends, picnicked at the lake SPECIAL NOTICE i
and He gave ear unto me." Thus i She says what ought to give us concern the captain has ground and polished i ii Bells ... . It
had
and all
Wednesday a good time.
dicating that her last thoughts \\ in-I i Brushes ... ... .. it
J There is so much news to report I is to educate and care for the until exquisite colors have appearedon I have located at Citra, Fla., for the l
of
b-.. that we feel ashamed to ask for her eternal home. Her pure and ': babies that are born, and not to the glistening surface. These colors practice of medicine and surgery. My i| Pots . . . Sc(

blameless life is a sad sweet . . . .. .
5e
memory
into
bring more existence. This
: for same. BABY was are in stripes of white and purple office is located on the east side of I I )

I space to us, and will help to keep us in the said just after her visit to the poor with lovely shadings. A clam shell Gree'sy street in the little . .. .. 5c
cottage'I'I
path of right that we may meet in quarter in New York !' TCothpickks .. . .. 5c
I An eight-year-old girl caught her City. Speakingof that will develop such beautiful col- first door north of Mr. C. W. ,

I Ii; little sister who had fallen from aj" her Heaven. She was buried beside prohibition in the District of Columbia orings are extremely rare. Capt. )Ic- clotting and dry goods store, and just Paper .. .. 5c

mother and three brothers at Her- she says: "None of collection Pullers .. . .. .. 5c
four-story porch in Chicago the other us want Cann is a shel expert. He has a oposite City Park. All calls day or

b day, and luckily the little one nando. She was a daughter of Mr. to see anyone drink to excess, but of 400 varieties gathered from night will be promptly responded to. Beaters . .. .. .. 5c
R.
M. Shires.: Besides her husbandshe it is foolish to think of Choppers . .. 5c ,
1 j"; escaped uninjured. Relating her experience leaves making Wash- all over the world. He could get a Telephone calls for the present will

t she said: "I ran to my lit. sisters and a father mother three ington prohibition. Think of all the small fortune for: it, but he -will not be received and delivered by centralat more articles at 5c f '
a brother =
;; tIe sister and caught her: just like a friends to mourn her with hosts of foreign diplomats there who at home sell it. He refused $5 for the purple- depot cf S. A. L. railroad, Citra, THIS WITH YOU

\I basket ball" death. are used to their beer and wine haying striped clam shell described above.- Fla. Respectfully, .

.h..1 ONE WHO LOVED HER. to do without it." Punta Gorda Herald. 6-14-lm M. :M. CONNER, M. D. ,

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I takes from too observation of those :
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who come to our town for the purpose -I
I of making comparisons and

her eventually establishing themselves! in :

to the town which offers the best advantages Thos. H. Keatingi

on and most comforts to the fam


ily.Let us all pull together in doing; :

anything which will in any manner

tend to aid in this afatter of makinz:

our little city the most desirable: : : I & Company j

I < cation in the state for the m't;: desirable :

" with citizenship, and among crh..-r 1

on things let us stand ready to give fr-e- ;
his ly wherever necessary for the :3ha.j.i .- :I : : Successors to Strauss & Co.WHOLESALE 5

not tree and the widening of streets an 1 i

sidewalks, resting assured that for I

ex every dollar thus giving we >hal!! receive !

at least two in return by ivaJP. I
the of doing our duty to our town and! t.> .I LIQUOR DEALERS {

ourselves. L. N. GREEN


Marriage Omens for Men i

or Married in whi'e. Ocala Florida

You're in for a fight: I ,

era Married in gray.She'll :

I grab your pay: II .
not Married in rEYou'll I RYE WHISKEY. CASE WHISKEY.
; l but ; P r <_- .. SPECIAL fOUR
have a bald h work Star Rye >1 Per Qt. BotI :.-
in R'e' : ::. ::. : :
Married green.In Rrd Ruck IT"K'ystone
with mrrorhri5 : . .i ... :.'." QUART OFFER :'.."...,. I :... . . .. . .:-,
i| that your atrc-n : Edit Isle: . . . :.;". K.tig of K m:1..l"Y: ; . . .7,
Married in !blue. Log Cat.n . . ". 3.>)"' t'nJoe . . . .
\ ; 1 in FOR $2.90 1.j
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It's tough luck for you : } Keating's PriJe Strauss R K-- . .
I i 1 Monogram . . . 3.;' ,, .y.d d\ c 1' "
ilSli . . .
i Married in pearl. I I-'weld Joe . . . . 3.. ,i '. We will -t-n>'.. express Maryland Han'rn Ky.' . . 1''."e
You get the wroru girl.: : I Pilgrimage . . . 01.. ill. ; prepaidfern 4 fell uuarts' of I11 PilgrimageCascade! ; . . . 1. e
eu-ti Hill . . . . =.IJI! .' .' I.
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Married in yellow.She'll . . . . .uO STRAUSS I X L j-
the Strauss' ) :
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make yOU bellow: i 1 ___ ,__ __ 'lUte.a ; ,
; CORN WHISKEY. Fern Hill 1. ,
Married in Lr Jwn. I Tennessee Corn . . . .$1.50 FOR $3.50 Strauss' 76 .. i ; I -
I IiIo. North Carolina Corn . . L75't<: I old Oscar Pepper init in butt). 1.' I
One more chump in town: D.. Statesville Corn . . -'}.00., "" \\ 11.1 send expressprepaid Planters' . . "
I' Married in jjink. } Mountain Corn : . . 9.5ej i: 4 tail quarts of j j Black and"White &W h . . 1 .
to Joy for yuudon.t this:':. I! Old Harvest Corn . . 3.001; ROYALMtvnwn I . . . I.:;
STRAUSS !
I too S :
Chicago; New;; GIN."I I I
: I or > Swan Gin . .. . . )> RESERVE i GIN. .
sur I Tom Gin . . . . 1.75': j I Per Qh B.t!,..
I I > . . . '' -
2.00'
Holland Gin
in Signs of Rain : : FORu- :'London Dock Gin . . .S .";
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I Crown Gin . . . .aU .;:)
The 1. The hollow winds begin to blow; . . . 3.00 : Tom Gin . . . . 1 II }
Perfection Gin
Gin . . . . L.i.tOLD
We will send 4 full qts.Holland
2. The clouds :look black: the ;gla.:; -, : } RUM. Phosphate Gin: . . }.-;;.) :i-
:: is low New England Rum . . .$2.50 !Booth Tom Gin . . . 1.a0,
1 the II Jamaica Rum . . . 3.00 : MALT WHISKEY. i
falls: down.
in ;3. Tb l sow :: spaniels
I BRANDY. HARVEST CORN ;
'! Per
i 1 the s'etp. I .. . . '
Qt..n.
Blackberry Brandy $1.50 The best goods to be
side- 4. And spiders from their cobwebs! . .. . . 3.00 Duffy-'s Pure Malt .. .. |
:
I (?I peep; i Peach Apple Brandy Brandy . . . 3.00 had for the money 1 .. Bowman's . . . .. . 1.u,)
1 California: Cognac .. .. . 3.00 .,. SWEET GOODS.
: 5. Last night the sun:; went pale: t' 1 ) 'FOR W bv Per Gal.
WINE. I. and Honey ado .11.,".) '.
bed. I Catawaba Wine . ... .. .$1.30 e will end express Peach and Honey 'aa" grade % 'Z
6. The moon in halos hid her hea : J. Port Wine . . . . 1.5" prepaid 1 full quarts of Rock and Rye: "a" grade . 1 \J"',j
and T. The boding shepherd heaves a I .. B.'b..TI..I..e: . . . 1.50 ith'k art >,\.a..g.......u..... . "I.eSherry /
: Wine: . . . 1.",']> STRAUSS FAMOUS "rolLI: .rn'r: . . . "3 I
sigh. I Ii'r..rr-i, I'rt W.--> . . 4. ". '' :.. ...". ,'.'. .f'r.. r. ,._'_ . 3-. i ;
s. For. see: a rainbow spans th.- I.:,. rt J S..rryV.r.:.. . . 4 70'I YE .\.'."- = .1 ._ ... .,. '

: ; the sky;

9. The-: frog[ has changed his yes

; :; the low vest. .

: ; for lt And in a russet coat is dressed! : Co.Ocala
.
; de 11. Through-June, the air is coiii: !

I just and still '

: to 12. The mellow blackbird's voice is

J{ t shrill; ; ,i,1 FloridaWWtWWAfWIkAWWWW ic I

13. My do? -;o alt rt-.i in his tasu. :>
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: :: 14. Quits n.utton-bones grass t >
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foot I feast; 0VAWA.5
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nar 15. And see yon rookho'.v o.ld!
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L't the their flight. --- --- -- _.. s-
the lt.;. They imitate the ding kite 1 :
I : ; : .
the 17. And :' -'-ni '.2C..l.ll': ro fa.1. ""
I y
: IS. As if they test! re piercing: 1 I. i1':.

: I av- 19'Twill sure'!;; ra.r: I ::;1,1.. ,r. Education by Mail! \4IULLQTh47 # I ,j pi

in ,, ,, ,.. .
row ('It"' ;:!:: cr .l'y:: t.o;:!- 3. ] iJ. 5
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ca:; n. ; :.r ice:';.c : "
i have U. Our jaunt :::'>t bo ? r: i : -
: will: morrow.-Dr. Edward June.The :. Grir:mar ':/"r. r;.-* :. ;:::.::IL-t.' :7L. 'r: ........,.. i' tJ
Thoroughly Taught by :Mail ::a. r.'"" .: :'tt "
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: like > i- -x iti r. : -:"v' a'rf-.ld -
Ley.iXer,1 1.1i1'1LSYalatkaltaLearn ; : '. \. C'
I --rc.
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cart, Governor Was Again Good to ..A JJ

i land Claude \i,., ;/) :.Ir'P: : : : "

) along Governor Broward has \etoed tl estate "
I $ .s6 : &.Aot.I
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I printing bill. This measurewas !."': \ "' :\ "J $ ZIJ 0.1.

\ : there' a plain business law that in op- The Art OfMILLINERY $9t..p 4 $4o .,/.t '\ .1'--0,, ;ti ;!>

I I eration would permit the state's \S; :

: i : I on printing to go to the lowest responsible
: I I bidder whose: bid would be accompanied -. j :
i i)
: I I a I by a certified check fort! t : I Doz
on $1)IO. and who.! in case of award. !
it meansA ," )
I would be required to give bond for;i : .1 4 ur@t Dfl.rJf ED ro:

the faithful performance It was opposed SUCCESSFUL FUTURE.A ,- : 0O i.
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east DIGNIFIED POSITION.: iJ$12
I by the present state printer and I

beau the forces of the administration. but j
secured for
the Good paying positions
: the bill was so just and business-like )

II in its construction that it compelled graduates.Write and ask for particulars CHAS BLUM & COMPANY,

the support of fair-minded administration -;!

I : with I senators and representatives im!I. American School Of Jacksonville Fla.
sufficient number to insure its pass ,
.1 ," to age by a small majority. Governor
I MillinerySavannah
I is Broward gives as his reason for his i, ,

with veto that the bill did. not provide for . . . Ga..
:! I And the work being done in the state. but l\\C I VE & MACK Y

: I in this the governor is mistaken. The !; -- ----

: these. ,. original bill did not contain this safeguard
I .
but this was supplied! by an : He/YES 'and JIACKA 1 FURNITURE DEALERS

I amendment offered by Mr. McWil- ; s

every Hams of St. Johns, which passed both .
wel .-- .. .. .. ..' VE CARRY EVERYTHING IN TIlE! i LINE ter
business-like .a "'-
i houses. It was a just, : .Jc. 'o- ...;' <. -
more. I law and in withholding: his approval House Furnishings :Parlor Suits n
stand ,.. -
I i Governor Broward has simply surrendered =--
t I to the blandishments! of the Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. ;!; In Leather, Upholstered and feed f i ii

i: $ of. i. present state printer, who borrowed FUNERALDIRECTORS. Bed Room Suits 'J: Dining Room Suits
\ the executive ear long enough to se- ; i
as to I In Mahcgony, Birch, Birdseye cf all kinds-Monogany and Oik. M
: cure a continuance of his graft. ;
i of I Maple and Oak. I
r Palatka News China and Crockery
and II -1- i
: I i ; I city The Banner Get the Initials wrOng |; Have a full! -*(,,:k of <\.th0- t'a-.kEti Mission FurnitureIn I Complete hne-Dinner $tit ad ii
I I it the i and Burial Outfits. Sftfial l given: to all the different finishes I Odd Pieces E U
Ocala. Fla., June 14, 1907. i i Serial service. ,
would i To the Editor of the Ocala Banner: !! 1i.

\ I As it was stated in your issue of!:: Embalming to Order
All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens Lace Curtains Poet
e ? I I the 14th inst., that I will enter the ; ers
there I
as ,I race for the sheriff's office of Marion !I I I I and Upholstering Goods ,
I county at the next election, I beg
I My'I'I space to correct the statement. I .1 H. THALGOTT. : Heaters Ranges Cook Stoves .i;

1 long I' shall not enter the race nor have II I I Proprietor cf the ; Full Line of Cp--date Pirtun-s. franit-l: an-i unfram. and l Picture .1
$ city,i iI ever said that I desired to be sheriff. Mi>uldin! :;>. Full; stuck uf j
I towns j I I DUNNELLON BAKERY.

home. 'I Respectfully J. W. BISFOP., I Is now prepared to: ship Srea, Cakes : Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies Harness and Saddles II

I j Pies, Etc.. on short notice and guarantees .
; I satisfaticn in a! cases. Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth tr.t' Studebaker.And 1
say The Magic No. 3. I i carry cue very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriaget. j I
most I Number three is a wonderful mascot -: I j ii
for Geo. H. Parris, of Cedar Grove i '
been i Me.. according to a letter which I ; Brick Lime, Cement, Plaster. j
street, II I I reads: "After suffering much with i! Fine Brood Mares. Building Hair, Lath, shingles, Paints and
oppo liver and kidney trouble, and: becoming
I greatly discouraged by tie failure :I We have just gotten in a car load : Material Flintkote Roofing, I
Oils
: : to find relief I tried Electric Bit of the finest brood mares ever broughtto
I !I II' ters and as a result am a well nan the state and to see them is to admire I White Lead t Varnishes Etc I!
i,! ty for today. The first bottle relieved and them. We will sell them at Wall Paper. Alabastine and Magnite Wall Paints.and ]
':' trees. '; three bottles completed the cure." very reasonable prices. Cone: and and
earth for stomach give us a trial. s.s..We will not be undersold and will please 1!
I' Guaranteed best on look them over at ;
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: liver and kidney troubles. by Tydi.gs MARION FARMS STABLES.x .

I':I mis I I & Co, druggists. 50c I. Ocala Fla. Mclver & Mackay. a i



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... .......+.*...*.6...6....1 I THE CONTENTIOUS WOMANi I ... ...N NN H111N '

...1.. I1DIIHAN!&( I --- I HOUSE. t ta
ORDER
MAIL
II I 1 State j I i Even in Holy! Writ man is warned t OCALA'S BIG U
ir f Capital i! > =---- V-- i
ii : i, against the contentious woman, but *

I it I '!from the days of inspired writing to i

III(OtIIUN0'401l +. i I the present time history has held the .1 HOGAN :
D.
If f CURE'0. I of Persons and 'i G.
fr SALT1C 9j I record of no case more pathetic than i
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1 !> for Pensions *
'It CM m /<) iI
.,, FWVNB ieST \ }j that of Elmer Mayes of :Maine, who
Of "'A YEARS XA0 will be Enjoined r
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MARKET FOB DSfAS: '. j died the other day in a madhouse asthe .I
SESTWH AWtrtF"" > purchased .
TltCR!!MANS IS tin,i .. N.+N.NNN.NI.. I result of having married a wife : Having '
Cwt .II/E IT A 1"i!4l *h J.IclJrat 1 and made I many nnprovements 1
.
E J who was hard to please. operated byVr.. .
9'Cf 25
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'OB;A.rEU.. "EWt ", I I for Watterson's Dark Horse .I Hayes .. I am now prepared to handle! :
was a jolly bachelor who : on same,
CKERHN: f : : i of the nomination by the The large va- : l-
I fished and hunted, played seven up j i mail orders with the greatest facility.

J I !' I editors of the Louisville Courier and took a drink now and tben m accordance f riety of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Beers, Etc., mm : .,

-- -- -- '; and the Charleston News and with the advice of Horace i of 1s
i i j carried enables me to fill the order everyone tin
1r FLOTiDA: !! of democratic candidates tor that it is well to unbend upon fitting: no'fitted especial+. i
J I I occasions. He liked a good cigar: and short notice. The premises; are up

Representatives presidency and vice presidency, chewing was one of his diversions. : ly for this class of the business, and your orders will i

I in \;! identity is carefully concealed First, Mrs. Hayes called a halt upon t be filled the came day they ore received and shipped! .

the editorial mind, we beg bis chewing. The ban was next put order includeHogan's
The Florida I : on the first train. In your next k
to suggest a democratic plat upon smoking. Mr. Hayes, who loved

i organized, in I suitable to those and to all well, and as he thought, wisely, elided *+ XXXX Rye t i
i ]!lOC, will hold its these habits with .
I philosophic reMsj-
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candidates [ 1
other democratic .
Ing at I nation, getting what pleasure: he C'Hdtl' .
:
I The Best Goods on the Market ,
have been hereafter be
or
27th InsLThe may j out of angling, the chae and the tip :* .
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-a platform broad and compre- ple.! Finding that, in the language of '. .

composed of a enough to satisfy democrats the street, "she had him going,' :Mis :: G. DB HOGAN *
Hayes blacklisted '
alcoholic btinm- .
shade and variety of opinion.
dustrious and lants. Her husband's face lengthen- I" 0 k
the and a declaration of principles, we ed, but t Ocala Florida. !
state his heart remained steadfast:; ; I
1 tures connected would read about as follows: and he obeyed the injunction. Seven J 0 .
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mendable. adhere with firm conviction to up was next tabood, and the hapless' < I

Tnere is a principles of the democratic par husband laid down the cards. But < Oldest, Wijislfey{ House in Central I Florida : L .

colored men, enunciated by -? when Mrs. Hayes' caught him in the; :

Negro Business reaffirm our unqualified allegi act of digging bait with the garden k
Host on, Mass., in to the time-worm democratic doc hoe, when he might have been weed- '' t,

which Booker T. that ? onions -- '- I
ing and demanded that he

ident. This view with alarm -? should give up the thriftless habit of

lanta last year point with pride to -? fishing, the spirit of Hayes snapped. \ ,It, ;

pt-ka. Kansas, in denounce trusts as indefensible and he became a raving maniac. That : <. '7.__ .;t"r:p '"\i.

ida league intolerable, and favor -? was twenty years ago. After twenty i i'I ; .." ':-",",,.) ./ !,

t organization. demand a revision of the tariff l j years in a padded cell the man has L"\ I : .

The Tallahassee the lines of -? 'I found relief in death. ..);",'...... -'. (AW\ .-- i'

2Cth inst., is are unalterably opposed to -? The case of Elmer Hayes should 1 1a be, -i- .; "- I I

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a great deal of stand with unwavering feet up warning to wives who expect t.:>< ii -s-.... :. _.
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colored: people of constitution of the United husbands to give up all their habi- .....,: / ..,," -,

The program of as interpreted by -? saw that of providing for aw.,;:
i ,
two days' session hold sacred the ancient dogma dressed family. There are. of coui-'. ,

class of negroes rights as modified by -? some men with no bad habits but I I
TO ALL VT0 &'FT."T'''! yr.n" .
the state who are are profoundly convinced that they are a negligible number; the & ;

respective pursuits of the democratic party gods love them, and. as a nilrh -\ Indigestion, Biliousness, Kitlnt': '

trial and business to -? die young. How many of the others I : Troubles, Rheumatism, Dyspepsi:-

M. M. Lewey, I of the wisdom of the peo die young as a result! of the wifely] j

facola, Florida, present our candidates to the attempt at complete reiormation tilt ': I Dr. Poppt-r's Mountain Ileros comes Lke the dawn el: .. :
.. brmgir ; a new. healthy! and happy Kase on liiV. Itisat'.., i
of the state American electorate, .in the gods only know. We have it from [lr. :r.
1 cure, neither ,
containing
I : alcohol, calomel nor -
a low railroad belief that they will be-? S. Weir Mitchell that the of1 i nrr'-ur. .1
bickering : pure, natural, veretableremtdy so cheap tfu..t it brings gin 1 I'j j. ;i .
Florida has been Herald. nervous American wives causes more I'' within reach of all. -
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hoard Air Line domestic unhappiness and more trag- ISO Tablets for Sl.OO al! meeting", will sell Views of the Legislature edy than the dissipation of Anu-ncan j j 3 i degrrstrmailed_ : drectfur I ricente f"rva!.ial.,e U,'f uf..t '.if t. "
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from all Florida printed yesterday Gov. Brow- husbands. But no matter what lesson': --

plus 25: cents. review of the work of the past may be drawn from the care of )11".1 I } MOUNTAIN IIER3 CO.. Knoxville, :ern.

with which he seemet:I Hayes of Maine, or what sermon maybe I t ."rtey" ... .
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Florida < well pleased; not so, however preached by theologian or patholo I I i .it-1.\.t:'.:L;; ,0; .r ....;.;..:""_ .. L. .<1 ,

The advanced his fast friend, Frank Mayes gist, no true believer can doubt that II I i iI

phosphate lands Pensacola Journal, who enjoys in the hereafter a man so patient, so For sale by Tydings & Co. and Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala. FlaTHK t '
in this state are of being one of the! self-sacrificing, and so long-suffering,

attention; and and most able editors in Flor will be justly rewarded. Perhaps -=------ ... C
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ing evident that 't"J' when he arrives in Paradise he maybe

deposits is much is Editor :Mayes' summing up allowed to play seven up instead of -

iginally supposed, work of that body: a golden harp. What other reward

to fear any :- there has even been in the whole would be adequate-Courier Journal. If' -

price of phosphate of the state of Florida-or at larioi( ) Hardware GonjparjyHKADni )

The demand is since reconstruction days-a A Sensible View I

not only abroad, worthless 60 days' legislative I
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feel satisfied that than the one which expired by Much has been said in condemnation -

before the native limitation on Friday last, of Governor Broward's refusalto i American Wire Fencing,

Florida phosphates is probably not an inhabitant permit Claude L'Engle to be ta- i I I

creased. remember it. ken to Manatee by the sheriff duringthe I Sash, Doors and Blinds }

The greater part the exception of the passage session of the legislature. To an

rocks mined in drainage bill-which ought to unbiased person it appears as if thoseso I Paints. Oils and, Varnishes

abroad. A much the drainage question for a time active in their attacks upon the

phosphate -almost every bill calculated governor had either never studied Mill and Mining Supplies

lngland and in the the best interests of the the situation or were instigated by

commonly used in ; eiher materially or politically, personal or political animosity. Placed Turpentine Snpplks, /

**as oar Florida ; at the bead of the state printing;

high in phosphoric immigration bill was killed. office from which must eminate each I Improved Farming Tools*

ly natural that good roads bill was killed. day the proceedings of the legislative GET OUR PRICES1arion

the output should franchise tax bill way: iwj sessions. work imperative and not to I

Nevertheless, the : : primary publicitbill was be obstructed without a serious ]loss: r I C

tant when our :a.' to: the state, the absence of 1 Crgle i Hardware .
I'I'i
much h'sshor! g:':;* : anti-pass bill was killed. i at such a time would have beta ani Company

than they! ;re r.' 'v bill to establish an additional i injustice to the state, and in reftibinii i

than day ponies n) Escambia county for the trial to allow the sheriff to block the I
i ,.
be nterta'i\l! for cases, although strictly a lo wheels of the government by taking =->----
mark fcr Florida rWr' 1M _h..
was allowed to die either him off on an individual civil suit; that I '

sonville Industrial the indifference or lack of could be postponed, the governor act-// r j H. A. Spencer L. E. Lang "
J.
A.
BoutivrAnnouncement
ed for
the best interests
on the part of our own rep- of
IIY While a colored notwithstanding the faci t t I I and should be commended for thestand

laond was in prt. business and legal consid he took.-Gainesville Elevator. ,
yesterday afternoon : : I
of everyone in Escambia coon
In the scrub and re : : has business in the courts f The Band Concert. I If I
tions as to threaten : The \\V !ban just ,
Metropolitan Band pun uw-il l the
for just such a bill. gave an- :pleinli'lh "l
the entire village. other of their popular and delightful machinery plant of the t-'IUII'IIt.) {
legislature of 1907 is dead Yonge and Cline '
U <
and alarm! existed ( .
concerts last evening. The porch of and solicit mipan\ E
heaven, and may we never see. a share of the repair work of J
dents and Marion
like it. Let the Ocala Houuse and other places i and
4 it R. I. P. adjoining counties. We
turned out to fight near by were crowded with people I make a specialty of repairing
steam ""
fire burned all Bryan and Daniel to listen to this delightful music. The ]I I pumps, gas engines, etc. I __, 1

about! the following program was rendered: I Let us quote you prices. I.
headway up the friends of Senator Daniel of
March-"The Crisis..R. B. Hal! I
was subdued. The are pushing his candidacy Waltz-"The I
Daughter of Love"
visible from this democratic nomination for Ocala Gas
C. W. Bennett Engine
bers lined the : with a zeal that led to a March-"Metronome Prize March': I

the lurid panorama. complication at Norfolk, Va.
J. C. Held J
Journal. Massiter, in introducing Selection-"The Company
Burgomaster" i
,
: as the speaker of the day, ( L"
Gustav LudersMarch"Bombasto".0. 'II ..,. t-...... ..
Roses have thorns a sensation by suggesting Sen I: R. Farrar ; .. ..."" .. ._ ...J
tains mud: for the presidency and
Medley Overture-"Popular Airs" | :
Cloud and eclipses on Mr. Bryan to second his -- --
J. Bodewalt Lamp ;
and sun I In reply, Mr. Bryan I 4$+.4+4,44+.. ...,, .+.,,. ....
.
And loathsome c: I .. ., ,,.,,,

est bud I know whether my good The commission elected bthf wANT BIG THEN USE ; ;
legislature to continue the imestiga- CROPS ,IDEAL |
AU men have fan it- I expected me to use this occa TILIZEOUR ,
tion of the I. I. board meets today) in ]iI
': I join in the
nomination
: i of the
I Tallahassee. The work cut out for i iI BOOKS WILL TELL
: YOU
,
tor president or not. I will I
-- J i them will probably take three or fourI 'FLORIDA I
-that I join with him in th VEGETABLES--A.
'IRISH
:,: : he has expressed for Vir I months, and will cost the state not : : plete manual on Florida crops POTATOES' -Hv.k ",, -&
1 j less than $60 per day, and all that it ;iI Soil seed, Planting and Cultl' t.
greatest
son and statesman.
will accomplish will be to make politi !q "FLORIDA tlon, Effect of Pertillter., j
: have ORANGES"
,I said time and time again I -Book of
I ;i ical capital for someone.-DeFuniak j :: special interest to and Shipping- MI.J
should not control orange
I i the se t Breeze. '! < grow- PINEAPPLE: t
: FERTILIZING"
\
: : of : of
t tt our candidates. -Tampa tI I II I ers.'I>eelal Interest to i\\
I i plnvap,'|e J'IDEAL
j ja 'I | Not a single county of Georgia will : "FLORIDA STRA grower ... t
WnERIUES" "
I I i j He Fired the Stick. 1! raise its full quota of cotton this year. j ji Booklet on boil, Varieties Cul- FERTILIZERSBo.k s

I i prove their I ,e fired the walking stick I've i! The cotton crop will be short. Bad!>c tivation and all of our different

I! time. After II over 40 years on account of weather conditions have prevailed in I fertilization"i.

success, they that resisted every kind of |: nearly all the cotton growing states. New and revised edition of the i above : e
I .
the best and until I tried Bucklen's Ar Just publiloh, free for a.k planters ;; that has healed the sore WANTED-To farm I
I buy a near WILSON &
dealer sells me a happy man," writes TOOMER FERILTIZEB i.w
Ocala or Belleyiew. Give descriptiona COMPANY
; Annual free of North Mills, N. C. ,
1>iL FEBBT for Piles Burns, etc., by and cash price. Address, Geo. L.. 4 JACKSONVILLE FLA.
& Co., druggists. 25c Clemens R. F. D. 4, Tampa, Fla. : f If" .
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r"r"S OF THE LEGISLATURE OF !:! violating the provisions of this act chapter 4, article 12, of the I.': 6 N f ------I

1907 I l'I An aet establishing a geological statutes of th" state of Florida, I |

'. 1 I survey for the state of Florida, to pro1 lating to trespass and injury to i
[:: N N C M: : EXTRAORDINARY!
: (Continued.) j vide for the appointment of a state alty.An 1 ::]

r An act to amend section S570 of i 1 geologist, to define his duties, and to act to amend section 775; of ] /

, the general statutes of the state of1i! provide for the maintenance of the general statutes of the state of .

j i eurvey. ida too same being relative to :
Florida relating to vagrants.
I' An act to provide a method for the compensation of county The

An art to provide for the number discovery of the illicit sale of intox ers. |

and <'IH tion of committeemen of executm icating liquors, to punish false swear
An act to impose license taxes

or standing committees of political ing therein, and to arrest the vender railroad companies.
making such illicit sale. STORE
parties holding primary flections Joint resolution proposing 21
An act to create a commsision for
uuder the laws of this state, to amendment to article 12 of the

define their powers in relation to the the investigation of the acts and doings stitution of the state of Florida e Takes pleasure! in announcing to its many patrons that MRS. : :

U'tof proxies and hearing contests: of the trustees of the internal im ative to education, to be known : 1 HAXDELSMAX WILL VlilT THE OCALA STORE this week : a :

before tht-m. provement fund; defining its duties section 16 of said article, and remain about TEX DAYS or more.

An act to provide for the establish- and powers, and making appropriation for the levy of a special tax for With her she is
bringing of the elaborate lines of
one most
for carrying out the provisions of I.
ui'-nt of a state arsenal and general support and maintenance of the !i I ITI'ii I I
the same. : Up-to-Date Dress Goods and Ready-to-Wear Garments at
aginary headquarters. versity of the state of Florida, I
An act to prohibit the giving of a the lowest possible price.
.An act to prohibit contracts and Florida Female College, the !

a..:rtrn's of cotton, grains provis- second or subsequent mortgage of for the Blind, Deaf and Dumb i : m r It may be news to some of our patrons to inform them that : a :

.n- al.j: l other commodities stocks, personal property by the mortgagor,, the Colored Normal School. : II :since leaving Ocala Handelsman has been in the manufacturing : :

t'tjtui.iiid'! ; other securities upon marti without mortgagees notifying therein the of the mortgagee existenceof or An act to amend section 27(, j! n i business in Newport Xews, Va., and has at present

< iniiionly known as dealing in the prior mortgage or mortgages,, cle 2, chapter 1, title 4, of the ( I ti of the largest Ladies' Tailoring establishments in the state

; .i mi.and' to provide punishment statutes of the state of Florida OUl'I I
therefor.z
fix Virginia employing in Newport News
and to a punishment I i over fifty girls and
t.'tor t to define what shall consti- so far as it relates to the nomina! i j
An act to amend section S51 of the men who do nothing but make ready-made and tailored ;.:
,t. rna:! : facie evidence of guilt; tot of county commissioners and
general statutes of Florida, relatingto ments. The men do but cut and fit and U
nothing the
by trade!
:
< --I..t.I ; : !i' ''rson participating in such hers of the board of public :: ; we i

:ia-.u'ioiis: to testify concerning advertisement for bids, and em- tion of the different counties, pro\ t enjoy in Newport is sufficient evidence that our garments give : :

.iiiipctions. therewith, to providence ployment of labor on roads::; by county ing that they hall be nominated 1 satisfaction.: Some of the goods that Mrs. Handelsman is bringiiiir -

i: ,' given by any such commissioners.An :.liatricis i instead of by the county I 8 D to this cry: is our own make.
act relating to and making appropriation -
.. !all I not be used against him large..An! t I t11
for the construction and It will pay anyone wanting a suit, skirt or waist, or anythingin
.", nminal proceeding, and to
: > <
,.' Mum the operation of his act repair of buildings, laying out ;anti at to .1 regulate tae: incurring tee making of I z II our line to wait for Mrs. Handelsman, and she will Ut'
contracts au
i i r- anil,l sales of commodities maintaining of grounds, and for the gations for tiie: expenditure of 3 plt-a ted to :'t->> any of ]her o'd friends. 4 :
and maintenance of state institutions -
support I v
.1 i uctunior merchants in payable out of the general + 4
| 4
of education created
i ,,uy '" ii.i-- of business, and higher fond of the ttare. i j jAn l .BJ ..v.PiU7d' t" 4.4. ,,k.SL.3'fi e.NI li"'!!' .... ....
and required to Le uuiiutaincd bchai't.r >' ,
tl .i' I uvular commercial cf Florida.approved act to ;,nnide a penalty r of Low Prices
;J.Js4: : of the law! ; Originators
and l ." -'r hona I'1! !<> trade I I BOSTON STORE
'I June ;;, 1'C,. Kuov.'n aI'.ie I I an\ person to outaln: or procure est si of S OCALAUNOTICE
.'I.I\S !. i> I pus market pilci :<.
E i rnin-riiy of the Satt oi Florida! yor other thi.r! ; of value 'on a i : : =
:
:
I .
'her 'iiio-t. .., _
i _<'h _
I
tOO Florida Ft.ir.2V Cu:...: e, t.t e Ill-I i i.titute jtruct: to purlin; ser\ict; with 1nt '
I ,.1 p"I1'.i.! for the f miij'iige. : : : : ., j 'o dv'fraud, anti to prescribe:; rules: ,
| -
-. for the Biiinl:, D- f and DUIUJ: -- ----- -- ----- -- -------- --- --- -
.M.TI.! '11 1"'*. mansion: and tiunl ,
.
and the Colored N'ji-Uui' Scliou. ; to :-\uUnce ia such east !
nl t i he: grounds t'u'u-of, I 1
prod he: fur the pa:; n.l lit! of any inter-I An act to authorize the state ;, I
i I'thti" i.,::iiiu'.oiaents au.! ox- I foi' :
) Tax Deed
est d'licit un the ;:vr-j per CE'lt'l unr to return to certain Under ;

I .oar hi-cessais: ur ail bon::s: held for ib-- !bdl,1it of any ot I companies: money deposited with I 8. of Chapter ,SSA, tt
ai.il tug: in.,; an appioyniuiondue. I r f c.'i .
:said: institutions: ti:tt;- r the said act, 111 compliance: with chapter 5 ::!: of Florida.

t.\ -: and the act of coiiirrt; : ot July 2, acts of lt"KJ!: ;;, laws of Florida, and .1 hereby given that J. S. ,,; r
.1' i icquuii!::' tbe payment of a t Q
1862, and for the pay i> HiL'at of any unpaid scribing the terms and of tax certifi- M
: < i ax Jiall. non-residents of I
I debts of the institutions: abolished upon which such returns can < 305 and 306, dated the

"aI" belon' they shall catch or established by the: act known as made and prescribing I A. D. 1905, has filed ,
U.HI! aiu hfino, net or set device any
\ chapter 53S4, approved June 5, 1905, for making false affidavit in my office, and has
ti.!II in i bo I waters of this state, or en-
aforesaid under th,' v'oyi-ions thereof tbe condition of companies and for tax deed to issue JY
t .ig I' in the fish business as dealers O
with law. Said certif-
porations appllng; for such
tiKl jn.-cribing a penalty for their
A memorial to tli- congress of the An act to provide for the I the following describ-
i I.,111in. to so: do.
United Slates, rc.iue.Mi'ig the con- ment of a permanent camp site in Marion coun-
b .i> t tu amend sections 1195 and I
struction of a seaall upon Santa the Florida state troops. : Xortheast 1-4 of
1 l. : ot f the general statutes of the I
Rosa Island. An act providing that express and northwest 1-4 of
.it" Florida: relating to the Jisnf -
An act prohibit tli.. ,i.-turbance: panies shall transport: packages : section 9, township 13

-:. destitute lunatics. of religious and <;' !.t':' ;awful! a; tin I: merchandise, not weighing over 23 east, SO acres; north
t ID absent to and authorize
uiies and providing: !Jr" ,-.'ution mid '!'pounds. of the value of not 14, section 10, town 5-* s&*& ? *??'
i glance l of the appropriations punishment taeretor.'. than: fifty dollars, anywhere in :: range 23:: east, 40 acres: t&gxrx& pxSjf r -- /;
lilt ural experiment stations 'I -*- ,, *
\\0 ; : *
An act to amend Motion SJv; of i the :state not exceeding two of southwest 1-4, sec I.t O5'

I ,' I' act of congress approved general statutes of toe Mate of flrr-i; j I tux'! :;, for twenty-five cents, and 13 south, range :2J:!: jvpOv'll vyV ? *-f"7 ,.

.'l.' 1:1I1: ;. for ida, adopted in lJ'"i! ;. r..sating; to tbe :;isc'ii'.nng:: a penalty for a ,' C."F'. W fe'lllM
I 10 provide a penalty
being assessed at the
working, repairing ,i lion standing trees th. tii '
!he public: roads and bridges; : of tae: : I' Au act providing state aid issuance of such cc rtifi-

I is in another. htve'.l; : counties! : of th:- state.; i'khan the one mill state school of F. Lang & Son, I
'?, a 'nl M-it ions t rl.:< ''. (iu:; 4id I
Aii act to amend M ,'jiioii _'- 7 01li" !' tad prescribing the duty of I. Co., and Unknown.
,' ) 7 : tit! t the geni rd l Mati FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK
certificates shall be re
rd of rloiiia school boards. iis chairman I'
4em ; : statutes 01 in! i,. s i.f Florida, i '-:'atin1:, ( :; BETWEEN
,. : i. :lat.hi: to the :I'n.t''Lj'! : : oi sessions county treasurer fur certain to law. tax deed

lilt i ,;Ii i.1. by tinnulioad > .,.i.iui---tticrs: ; and I schools of the state, not otherwise i on the Sth day: of J Jacksonville and New Fork
,
I""t ':! I''U'O, I it :: al. '
v'xpiiuliii'ix'b! by th ':;. j jceiving state aitl.An ('
-
";3 of .,.' I I. ;. I
.1 tt- I" !n : 'f Calling at Charleston, S. C., both
An1. to amend :.,< : tin> a''I.72::! of the:|; act to Provide for the levy I official signature and ways. >
''Ii.(1( \ni of Fluri, .1.1aldi t r.'bt '' 7TTCTr ril..z.Ji*< ai:::.i'f.j.iiiiia TTTT1 Itt Tw1. "A45TTTP1ili : ".!t7IZ.
j for the 1907 and 19H5. I Oth day of Jun, A. D. :' S:
:?;entitlIatutes: ot u. -;tat ot" Flor-! taxes years
:..I i.Lt of coun-
!H'.a; I'\"''till'; to paynieiii vi costs beJore An act to amend section

to j. :.1 itI 1 Mction7'1;: ; u jli"'i tic > of the }lcacI \!. chapter V., of the general statutes ( S. T. SISTRUNK! CLYDE MEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN: J NES
of the
tl statutes s.t.: t 01.
the state of Florida, relative to Court Marion Co., Fla.
An act crating: : a state board of '
I HtKIGHT
i :ative to the purchaM- SERVICE Bl' fWHXJacksonville
of the railroad commission I (; H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C.
power
pensions, tlinil'to( shall receive
tate, county and multi<-inr Boston and Providence, .'
councils. pensions, who shall not receive pensions sue in behalf of individuals and and all Eastern Points.
rime in which certain suits shall I NOTICE
"n control certain sale cer- who shall be retained as pensioners Calling at Chir't-nm! B.th Way-.
Court of the Firth Ju-
I .d by the state of Florida. how applications shall be brought. I
SI.UI. N ; -: \, -
An act to amend section 1C37 of of Florida, band for S.\II.I".S. .
10 amend section 15S6 of made, how pensions shall be paid I

,' statutes of the state ofF duty of county commissioners in regard general; statute of the state of }'-In Chan fy. Southbound! . . . . . From LeWis' Wharf, D&ston

ida, relating to disqualifications a Municipal Corpora- Northbound. . . . . From foot Catharine SL, Jacksonville
for the
ative to the pay of juror to pensions, providing
I Complainant, vs.
ex-Confederate levy of a pension tax and authorizing judges.
*j f I r permitting sailors who may be re- the state board of pensions to make! An act to regulate the salaries i.I Anthony and Samuel P. Clyde St. Johns River Line.
of public Defendants.-Order for
superintendents
regulations to carry into effect the J county
: \\ ho may hereafter, receive, struction. Service. Between Jacksonville and SanfordS
--II from the state of Florida, provisions of this act. I
An act prohibiting the employment An act to require county that the defendants : ptl:3.: : Palatka: Aster, 2erefi ( .e:3.: :! ) aiJ I: Weiate
other state on account
aii> i
i \ires in the Confederate ar- of minors under certain' age in the i sioners to keep or have kept a to-wit: Fannie F. An- Landings: c: St. ::::s Sivar.
tailed record of the expenditures P. Anthony be and
c > > to be admitted as an m- factories, workshops, bowling alleys, Steamer CITY OF JACKSONVILLE
the said commissioners in the required to appear to ,
barrooms, beer gardens, or about any
th. Home for Disabled and
C1 i eral commissioners districts in complaint filed in this Is appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville Sundays, Tuesdays awl
mine providing for and fixing -
or quarry;
l Confederate Soldiers and
county of this state, and \ before Thursdays 3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford Mondays, Wed 4llill-a11
the duties of and guardians
parents
Duval Fla.
g 'tated in county
for the enforcement of said act. 3rd day of June, 1907. and Fridays, 9:30 a. m.
with reference to the emploIment
certain of-
county
10 require
"\ a< I ordered that a copy of
tl make reports to the state of children under their control : South-Bound SCHEDULE North-Bound
: Do Not Neglect the Children. I published once a week
:
.1 t his state. and fixing a penalty for violation ofj Read down.
,I Read .
i. At this season of the year the I weeks in the up.
for the examina- same; providing and prescribing the] --- ---
\ -o provide of the bowels
of and restrictions 'unnatural looseness '! a newspaper published Leave 3 30 p. m. . .Jacksonville . . Arrive 2 99 a. m. 1
.-i i-'iiS' of claims against the duties upon perjsons i a child should have immediate
\ 'Drida for services rendered firms, corporations their agents' tion. The best thing that can be I and state. Leave 8 45 p.m. . . Palatka . . .Leave 800 p. m.

ttt4 and or managers employing minors and is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera I of May 1907. Leave 3 00 am. . . .. Astor . . .Leave 3 38 p. za.
Seminole Indian wars,
for violation thereof; ;! Diarrhoea Remedy followed by i S. T. SISTRUNK, . . .Deresford (DeLand) . Leave 1 99 p. i.
i'xaiuiuation, auditing offorage fixing penalties i: tor oil as directed with each bottle I Court, :Marion Co., Fla.
restrictions and Arrive S 30 a. m. . .Sanford .leave 9 M a. m.
certain all
prescribing
and For sale by
I. subsistence the remedy.
conditions the employment of> :, I I By H. D. Palmer, D. C. Arrive 10 00 a. m . . Enterprise . Leave 10 99 a,m
: I' ,I'JD; furnished during said upon i .

c: minors for hire or wages under cer- i I Solicitor. 5.3 Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fta.-- --

m morial No. 18, relating to tain age or condition and at certain -i I NOTICE: -- ---- -

.1. in ,f rivers harbors in- times; prescribing certain penalties I.I!i I NOTICE F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla.

t i rNa s. etc.oncurrent. for the violation of its provisions I' Of Application for Tax Deed JOHN PENDREL, T. P. A., A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A. l

.- t' resolution Xo. and providing for the enforcement of Section S. of Chapter 4SS', J for Tax Deed Under Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R., New York.

the: same. Laws of Florida.. of C1aptertSSS, Laws 0. H. TAYLOR, Pass Traffic Mgr. C. C. BROWN, Gen'l. Pats Aft.,

v to amend section ISO of An act in relation to banks, bmk-I Notice is hereby given that j.y I I of Florida. 290 Broadway, New York.L. .

I hr.il statutes of the state of ers, banking firms, banking companies -, purchaser of tax certificates No. I given that William D. JONES, T. F. A. L S. SCROBLE, C. A. g

f t 1 i. '.lliDC to the supervision ofr or associations doing business in i and 1174, dated the 5th day yof j I purchaser of tax certifi Jacksonville, Fla. Leesburg, Fla.


.t' ttt1ao the state of Florida; providing for examinations -, A. D. 1905 has filed said I! dated the 7th day of Au W. G. COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A.

: a. : I ui amend section 4109 of the thereof, and providing I in my office, and has made | 1S99, has filed said cer Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R., New York. .

b"_ 4Mtutes of the state of Flor- for compensation of such examinations for tax deed to issue in I! office, and has made ap- C. P. LOVELL, A!, Jacksonville, Fla., !

;.. b1 .., ;a' :uig to county convicts may ; requiring reports therefrom I with law. Said certificates 'I] tax deed to issue in ac t i

T: r / -u labor. and from bank receivers and banks I the following described property law. Said certificate ,.

An au' hi prevent the cutting andr going into voluntary liquidation. I uated in Marion county, Florida, I following described --- j

require common carriers 2 5 and 7, May wood, in Marion county,
-:crs any timber, or in any manner An act to I wit: Lots '

\It. irking, for turpenine purposes to pay claims for lost or damaged ,, tions 13.24, township 17 south, I' : Com at a pt 30 Iks w McMillan Bros.

I e any p.nt- umber on any land in this freight or express and overcharges :26! east 9 acres; lot 12, 6, sub of G. I. F. Clark

slate *h 'n there shall be any unre on freight or express within a cer-I sections 13-24, township 17 I s, r 22, e, thence w 4.51

s tain time and providing that in the I I range 26 east, 5 acres. w 5 chs, s G.43 cbs e Southern Copper Works

certificate event a common carrier fails to pay I The said land being assessed at chs e 3.S0 chs n 21.67

l*>r .tfc to prevent the cutting and said claim within said time that such I date of the issuance of such .

rcmoviny or removing any timber common carrier shall in certain cases -I cates in the name of J. A. Angell I land being assessed at Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

from any lands in this state when be liable for interest on said j|A. w. Post. I issuance of such cer

there shall be any unredeemed and claim at the rate of fifty per cent. Unless said certificates shall be name of Chas. V. Hill- and General Metal Workers.Old .

outstanding tax sale certificates I per annum, and also be liable for a''.deemed according to law, tax I said certificate shall be

fee. the Sth day to law, tax deed
against any such timber; and to prevent reasonable attorney's will issue thereon on i
section 3146 of on the 17th' day of.. Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
In any manner the working for I An act to amend I II July, A. D. 1907 I
pine timber the general statutes of Florida, de! Witness my official signature 'I 1S07. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
purposes any
r.jiny turpentine lands in this state when there I I fining the persons entitled to bring seal this the 6th day of June, A. I official signature and wire will receive works prompt. attention. at either of the

and providing ICth day of May, A. D. follrwing
'I be any unredeemed and out I I actions for negligence, .

stsndlcg tar ute certificates against.1!! for the survival of such action. 1907.Seal) S. T. SISTRUXK! () S. T. SISTRUNK. FAYETTEVILLE N. C. SAVANNAH, GA

'II sections 3405 Marion Co. Court, Marion Co., Fla. ,
the turpentine privileges on any such I An act to amend Clerk Circuit Court, ,
ALA
lands, and to prescribe a penalty for I 3406 and 3407 fifth division, title 2, 6-7 By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. !I H. B. FOY, Jr., D. C. JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE




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-f Marriage Omens for Men I J I It
c Ec EF
.: Married in white, I
rt You're in for a fight; !i
Married in gray, i
She'll grab your pay; I II
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Married in red .
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C.. You'll bare a bald head; i ....
L siCFk' Married in green, I -
oq In your mirror "tis seen; E

M u* Married It's tougb in luck blue for, : i I I'N ;

f KtI TIt, Married in pearl. you; I F RMEROWN & BROTHER :

You get the wrong girl;
rciA Married in yellow, !
I She'll make you bellow;
I -t.. Married; in brown ,
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1 One more chump in town; I == WHOLESALE GROCERS t

Married in pink! ,
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Joy for you-I don't think. .
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4. Signs cf Rain
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it i QrK 1. The hollow winds begin to how; : ...
2. The clouds look black, the gla-sIs ; -
In,. low, iI I i,i @ -r ;ctl : : WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ::C ;( 3ct
t 3. The soot falls down, the j
slan'i ...
F t tt leis sleep. ......
tt 4. And spiders from their cobwebs i ....
tt t coin pap; .....

t t1tht 5., Last night the sun went pall! toled ash-'" ....14.........e.....w.... 4......e.4...e..o.1..+.o.. ......++.+ ... +........................+......................... --cD
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tut C. The moon in halos hid her head: j II -v
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J Ji In 7. The boding shepherd hea\e': a I!: : --
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cot, 8. For, see, a rainbow spans the ,

iioj / sky 9.;; Too frog has: changed hi.- y.-1 i. ,;,I "- j

II, wl 1 low vest, II i i1iae &s Sa1ii 1ote1I' loiters anti Tra I
Idt 10. And in a russet coat is dre--ed: ,I
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i I. Ian] and 11. still Through, June the air is o?'d
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12. The mellow blackbird's yoke is:; 1 I
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t orsi shrill;; I : -
lf l 13.: My dog, so altered in his taste:: 'I j 1 IS
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f nG 14. Quits mutton-bones on grass id1;

,t I a colrial feast. ;And see yon rooks, how odd I I I1's. | : i Pairbak & Oo 's 1ii 3

tt i tI their flight, :
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t tt 1wt 1C. They imitate the gliding Kite; I .
i t t 17. And seem precipitate to fall, i : ... \,
IS. As if felt the '
tbcl they piercing ball r.w
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t rFsIr < 19'Twill surely rain; I see with sorrow 'I --
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20. Our jaunt must be put off torcorrow. i ..
i .-Dr. Edward Juner. I! --.
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I [ a Some Good Advice to Mr. Burr .. -.
FI S: One of the most logical and timH iy I :
t t let A Amt editorial utterances which we have ..,
recently seen on a political subject is ell I FAIRY TAR AND I
fr1h that of the DeFuniak Breeze, entitled' G
"Don't Do It, Mr. Burr," and }published '' .Ii ,

The elsewhere Breeze's in reasoning these columns as to today.why I! .e- I SUNNY .
MONDAY
Mr. Burr should fulfill his obligation i G i
to the people by serving out his full i
term as railroad commissioner i is. al"1' :
lnfc v solutely unanswerable, and we tiu-i I
atjJnf Mr. Burr will heed the advice which I: is 1 i
SOAPS
t dtn the Breeze gi\es. The Breeze: haalways -. i! :
been friendly to Commissioner : ;
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Burr, and it can therefore speak I &: -
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) with more freedom and greater authority to- :
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/ The Journal another paper wuw.+ : i.... : .
I has always been friendly to Mr. It:!i'!r.i i I c: y .s
b and it would keenly regret his a:MSI-:, e..:-: t t
donment of his wire to run ; : S1fl
foru"I' .
Ycr ernor or any other position. aWe II
heartily concur in the lrH'zt".1: S :
1'lt : advice to "Doa't Do It, Mr. Bun.:'- I IU: .


t C t a 1EI -c Pensacola The Governor.Journal.Was Again Good toj I I f4j 63--:! i pnY BEST CANNED MEATS 11

., FM. CiaudeCou'inor : !I '. ..
J; Ero'iard has vetoed i:10 i .
, state? pr:'nt:'PS; t'i.': This nvaMiiewas ..
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.1 p'ain! br-'i: ss law that in operatica -- .
would"1 i' nnit the state S : EJ : 4 :
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priiti.g: to .:o ;i., e lowest rt-p-m-i ; : ti
f ble l.nldfr; \\!hbid! would be a'I I iiW' lJijllIB G Jc
ut am
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l t DI \ cOlm; 1,e Il! bv a v>rtifled check lii'i : i ; rape In Pints, 2 doz, to Case I 3

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t1 tt $luio: i and who.wu'iM case of award) j .
!h,> roquifait'if'il 1 I! .
: to give bond lu- i
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I, bnt ed h'p!ll'rfornu-p.put'si':: state It printer was opp-i-and i' .1 i

It t the for."t>... of tV : I Justice Cocoa &
I'" Jt.J fi'I the bill was so juand rummistration.: bubim.I.k.: 'i!:""Ii.. i;!I w H BAKER'S Chocolates I

t. in its construction that it comptllid!! ,
m 4 the support of fair-::>inded adnuni,;tia. )'- -41
tion senators and representatives :ill i : 1. -
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sufficient number to insure its pas-i -
Ii, age by a small majority. (JoMumr1Broward ; '! ', -
gives as his reason for 1:.'s':'I 4 4 Besides full stock
we a of
I.\ ttdt veto that the bill did not provide iui;;I S 4 carry Hay f
the work being done .in the state but 4 ,
its in this the governor is mistaken. The}! 'I 4
f original, bill did not contain this safe 4 4 Grain and Feed Stuff < e Send us i .
r al ": guard but this was supplied by an 4 your
1N amendment offered by :Mr. McWil i 4
I { ce hams of St. Johns, which passed both 4 4 orders for Groceries
vj bouses. It was a just, busmen.like 4 4 4 < > Try a few cases 3
trtl law and in withholding his appros:d' 4
f Governor Broward has simply -ur. 4 No
I Jtr i rendered to the blandishments of the 4 4 "S an Toy" Matches ( pOPPing) Prices :
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II I ll ; the present executive state ear printer long who enough borrov\t to :'t--d'j ,:1 .4 4 or flying right .i ,

I cure a continuance of his graft 4 .
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ti I A AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE. alb.. .....1.i01.NNN...NMN.....N.N..NN1.N.N4. .0...1.N..44....444........ ............. :. ::: l''
i A model "A" Cadillac, with tonn : :A carries 5 people, tonneau can be removed : .... .
f and made Into a runabout, perfect I i -
running condition fsed daily i Ly 46
t owner now. New tires, new chain.
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clometer, two lamps, horn, 64
too;- A -
f. Cost when new $930; in St. Lou:-, ''I BRWNH. .44
Will sell for gall cash to quick buy I ISt. -
t ft er. Reason for selling-our flint rock f
ft roads cuts tires all to pieces. In writing ,
t mention the Ocala Banner. ;
W. B. Powell, Editor Independent, ; -
.. .f Petersburg, i

;. j The -good roads PensaiT FLORIDA J

l meet in convention today at

ft t cola.. Hon. H. W. Long of ) ..... {i


l, f f 3t t :wIll president be in attendance.of this organization- .. and ,. .," " 3r E3r '" ," ','," i 4L




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