The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00435
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'''OL.II, :XO. 32. OCALA, FLORIDA, E1UDAY, JU >-E 2S, 11)07.) OXE: DOLLAlt A YEA I I44044eo04N4i40Neo

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tit. 10OtN{ D4o4ieNei4A4iNie44 >>1i 1 Mr. Will Tydings has: been on the MR. ANTHONY C. FINZEL TO BE :4+ 4 4N44.44 4404MN+...4!.444.44+.444.44414

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40 ing. The engagement is announced cf +

I j : : -NYAL'S : ofy Mr. Anthony Carlingham Finzel and ;I i +

SayPat: to Sphotts: "Phin ye i
i Miss Josephine Sheppard, the wedding -;

it [ l\\ I ? _) '1 !U E write flail Park address, third me bench as before from, at Brooklyn City- tobe solemnized on the seventeenth '!: .i BAN KERS ::

j I J Bridge. -Tallahassee Sun. of August in New York City. .. ..

4'e i Miss Sheppard is the youngest : .

o Misses Ruby and Genevieve Smith daughter of Mr. Edmond C. Sheppard, !

00 i ]have returned home from Tallahassee | CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION *
of Toronto Canada, and is a bright:
: : 50 Cents Bottle : : where attended the I'.
a : they Ep- and cultured young lady.: The wedding i I

1 + 'worth League Convention as delegates will be a very quiet one, only a ; 0
1 from the Ocala league. Mrs. few intimate friends and relativesto 4
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. George L. Taylor, who was also a be present. 4

'delegate from Ocala, stopped over Too news of Mr. Finzel's engagement ;, ..i..W..44.44...44ife.. 440.4.4..4......44.4.0...:

:' with relatives at Madison.Mr. will be learned with pleasurable
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II ostotfice Drug Store. III' interest by his friends in Ocala. I

and Mrs. H. L. Anderson and Mr. Finzel is a young Englishman Johnson-Edwards Chinese Party

I daughters, and :Mrs.: E. H. Mote andsacral and is a nephew of Mrs. A. W. Allen, I The many friends of Mr. Harry P.I II The Junior Epworth League in-

others enjoyed a very delightful Johnson of Asheville, X. C., who joyed a Chinese party OB Ufc lawnat
of Lake Weir with whom be spent

1 i : Prescriptions Prepared Properly : 6 i1 i\\ outing at Silver Springs Mon- the winter and summer av couple of well known in this city, will be in-I Mr. and Mrs. I). It Lenter't Tue.day

. ,>laafternoon.. Mr. W. H. Clark took years ago. He was a frequent visitorto terested in the following account afternoon from 4 to 6 o'ctoV!

1 t t 0 the party down the run in hi fine Ocala while residing at Lake Weir his wedding which took place at Floral Two little girls in Chineae ('Ot>.

i JA444 444444444444444444444-44444444444444444 44441,t I It1 launch and the afternoon was a most While here he was greatly interestedin City, Wednesday morning, June tumes greeted the guests at the gate
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: w ( I agreeable one. gettingup private theatricals and the nineteenth: I in regular Chinese style. The but *

---- I ----- -- -- .- I other entertainments and was quite "Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock I enjoyed a game of shuttlecock, the i

A4 444 44 v4444 44444.444 44 ,' Dr. William! Anderson returned I I Mr. Ham Smith and his sister, talented along this line. Since leaving the interior of the Methodist churchat girls sewed as the Chinese do, while '

i it I home Monday from a visit to his''1 Miss Lutie Smith, of Sarasota, spent Florida he has followed his chos- Floral City was decked with the I all, when\ blindfolded pinned the

BIGGEST LINE i family, who are summering at Sea- the day in Ocala Tuesday. Mr. and en profession, that of acting, and has majesty of the lily and the excellency queue onto the head of "John China

l breeze. Miss Smith are on a visit to relativesat spent most of his time in New York. of the rose, and was arrayed in the I man."

t- I their old home at Anthony. Their Mr. Finzel has also written several glory of the palm and the beauty of 1 Mrs. F. R. Bridges the capable!

OF Why should one warehouse a porT mother, Mrs. E.1.. Smith, is with dramas and is quite well known in the bamboo, while the sweet melody I president of too Ocala W. F. M S. '

tion of his spirits? But this is the them at Anthony, and we are sorryto theatrical circles.. of Mendelssohn's wedding march lenta of the M. E. church read tone t-x-

advice the Industrial Record is giving learn that she is not at all well. This paper joins Mr. Finzel's other charm to the mystic words which I tracts from a letter written by kt\

{ out. Ocala friends in extending to him all joined in holy matrimony Miss Sallie I II I George F. Loehr, one of our greatt

The friends of Mr. John P. Gallo- Earl Edwards and Mr. Harry Joan- missionary workers in China,
1,1 manner of best good wishes on the on

Mr. John Carney, one of the prosperous way were showering him with con- occasion of his Approaching nupitals. son.At "Chinese Social Customs." i
gratulations all day yesterday for the sounding of the first notesof I
The junior 8uperinendent read.1
-- orange growers of Lake Weir. Mr. and Mrs. Finzel will pay a vis-
the nice notice given him in the last the march, L. J. Edwards, an uncle '
in Ocala Chinese version of "Maud Mailer'
was Monday, and is servingas it to Lake Weir and Ocala next
FOR a juror. issue of the Dunnellon Advocate, ter. of the bride, and Edward Dickinson I! The children seated on nap abuut!

and which was reproduced in the passed under the arch at the entrance i the lawn, was furnished with Chinrni-

:Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Delouest left Ocala papers. They were telling Another Railroad Case and moved up the aisle, followed -i. napkins and served with tea and
GENTLEMAN, Monday for New York and other each other what an excellent office The circuit court was engaged all by the regal-looking bride leaning cakes from a Chinese table, by littlf

I,: points in the North to spend the he made in Sumter and Lake coun- I on the arm of the stately groom, maids, all in Chinese cu tume.
day trying another railroadcase
\JJEIH j: heated season. ties. Mgpday I and were met at the altar by Dr. Aus- The lawn presented an attract\.;
Florida Williams, a colored woman
;M1l tin Hughes Cole, who solemnized the appearance, too costumes were atrb tly I.I t-
I Jack- is bringing suit against the At-
J4 Mr. G. T. Maughs went up to !
Mr. W. D. Cam, after enjoying a ceremony by the marriage service of I up-to-date, and the vutertainiiu-ni
sonville today to meet his niece, )'lissSara lantic Coast Line Railway for flO-
week's visit with his brother on the the Methodist Episcopal church was a pretty and interesting one. Th.-
I the death of
i Davis and they returned home 000 damages for
beautiful Caloosahatcb.ee, has returned South. v only regret being Mrs. Lester ih
on the night train. Miss Davis has her husband, whom she claims was
home. He was accompanied by "The color effect of green and ness, which prevented her enjoying
:; I been in Baltimore for nearly a year killed by the negligence of the em-
his little sons. I! white was carried out in the decora- the festivities. Her daughter lit tie'
THE! JEWELER. past under the treatment of an emi plo -es of the said railroad company.
\ Mr. and J. 1 tions. Royal palms and trailing bamboo :Miss Ruth acted i
j'i Mrs. S. Morris and the as a > i.aiiuiim
of that and j The woman is represented by Mr. R. I
nent specialist city, returns -
o ee444.o.e4J n4a.s4A4444.. latter's sister, Miss James, left Sunday I framed the windows. A mass of hostess in her place, and a'i! > i.Jo\. d|
much Her L. Anderson and too coma -
afternoon for their home at Ya- home very improved. Burford andL. ferns, bamboo and palms forested in I the afternoon ettceedingi; ..>with
Messrs. R. A.
-- -- ---- many young friends will give her pany by
laha. Mr. Morris has been the affable the chancel, a fairy-land of magnolias I standing the shower ahn'tt "II re lip;
warm welcome here. T. Izlar. The following persons
Local and Personal I clerk at Mr. T. B. Snyder's hab- served ac jurors in the case: W. and Marchal-Neils. The cut flowers so quickly.

.. erdashery for several months. .I I which reposed in rare and antique -
the C. Jeffords J. B. Martin, W. A. Fin-
Mr. J. G. Spottswood, ever gen
Sara I vases on the sacred desk were the New Bocks at the Library
Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. .. Charles Luffman, John Carney,
ialiallround fellow who ,
good ,
possesses .
of in The following lu"kba. r
excellency dignity. Reclining new jh _
The jury for this week are the fol-
E. C. Perkins.
a heart as warm as the sunlight:
tt the chancel were unique vases a horn rl'l\'d .a t th' 1'1.; < )rare
lowing named persons: W. C. Jef
Mrs Arthur Cobb is visiting her and a brain fertile with jokes thai quarter of a century old, holding; lilies ami are 11'\ in cinn'.i: : .r. I IItiuks 'tit" ,
fords F. W. Miller, E. B. Weathers I
mother Alachua are limitless in their blending, was i I An Enjoyable Surprise Party .
at I and roses. On the floor vases 01. \ W T' tin -.It of a !ti i. ; i oJ| ) 'lit'
W. T. Gary, J. B. Martin, Charles
in the city on Wednesday looking:J i The young friends of Miss Jean I gracious palms adorned I the! background li''iary'! ;ui-i I a'" :;read 1 > ..1rli. .. III .j l :
Luffman, W. E. :Nix, F. W. Ellison.
John Temple Graves is now as as fresh as a daisy and as free fron t! Austin, the popular young daughter of long spirals ,,1' Spun'-h ..' foIl.! .\\ ill : ,- tin- n.. i
J. S. Driggers W. A. Finley, E. C.
happy as mortal man can be. Perkins. care as a successful politician wht'I j of Mrs. J. K. Austin, planned a del -' moss, which were iro'ii-I upon ii'' lit \, buok'i :

had! magic measures to his credit an chancel railin:?. On "h 1.' c.rjrun; n-M' lie t Hi!,'I'| ,< of Kv I I,

Mr. John Knight came up from a world of glory coining his way._ Ii last night met at the home of Miss florals exhaling Inmranre; ; I Iii!:,.- ,/lIra:
The latest fad in Ocala is the Mexican led
Tampa to spend Sunday with his St. Augustine Meteor. Alta Pearson. They all went togethi .
pa- I unto th ]I'_'rfam.1 bra: !I. rI ton ,i \ l'I'i\ ll\ I I
r.-nts hat, which is being worn by the home of Miss Austin, andt I ,
I to golclc:1! (--H-<'r with! t tli- p'm imuifOf I I. I t...
many of the boys: and grown men as The monthly Presbyterian tea a
VAliov completely surprised the young lady. Mt H>itCo. "I I '1e l lit I.! I, dd.\1. 'I." -

-: What is love? Love makes a wt-il. The.: e hats are being distributed the home of Mr?. Thomas SextorlonJay I I. The jo'ly crowd of young folks, The bride wore ;1'! I'-'' mt tral l :.., 1'itg( .-. .

man a coward, but it makes a woman by the Theus-Zachary Furniture :\ afternoon was a very pleasant who are having such a good time this It ,
ing gown of gray andniic and i a' .\ Ciin: :.;. < I \ I I II'J I'
brave. Company of this city, and are proving cHut.lrs.: Sextoi
summer immense-
enjoyed this
r I white hat and til. Th! LTOOIU: v.ailreM'l _- I''.
quite popular. served her guests with most refreshin ly. Miss Austin is at home from t .
for U.cU'cl Mr. Clifford Anderson came ie cold punch antI cakes, and ai I
up > school in Atlanta for the summer vas '
I hauiN-ouie black and era:: :suit. Ibride's a:"
trout HoMiT to spend Sunday with "'e are indebted to11'. V, H. added} pkasure of tl.o afternoon wa: I cation, but with her mother andsrranrtniother ,
trousseau \\u.rorm; aH J-t 1 l ,l I. 4 ; It'
his! wife and sou. Clark for a large basket of canta- the presence of quite a number o f' will leave ruin for the ;I ornate. Her present row the gntlllll'' [ ?Ia: ',

loupes, which he left at our office the young girls who sang and recites I Nona to spend several DlonthI .. i ( .'. ,
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was a watch and chain, and on i. 'j .)t' .'.I 41ni :1t ;
The Punta Gorda Herald says that yesterday. These gifts are greatly several most charming selectionsMrs. I'
I watch were her monogram and a d ii-a r'-'y lrr I I'h'I l!
millions of pounds of fish were shipped I appreciated by the editor and his I Sexton is a most charming host: Prominent Man Deserts His Wife. I
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mond setting; also a brooch :-c-parKIin \\ :' 1 Jv 1'\1 '.BIII'i.h .t!.tI
l from that place the past season. family and force. ess and the tea Monday afternooj l Where is and what is the inten- I i
with diamonds. Another pn--t in I D I II i 's with her was greatly enjoyed by he r i of C. H. Raulerson, formerly .
'jtion I was an ivory tam hand-caru-d. I p ;U: F Fi. 11. '. .. .; u, ;..'
Mrs. F. T. Schreiber and children Dr. James H. Pittman of Jackson-
guests. I county treasurer, at present a member The bride is a beautiful bloml": ;i.:. Mai I 11. .. .
left Monday afternoon for Seabreeze, ville was in Ocala Monday. He was of the city council and at one
; I with a glory of soft, curly hair. :Si: !!, -- -
where they will spend the summer. accompanied home by his little We hope that the courthouse officials j time one of the most popular and
has for four years assisted in the 1 Death of Miss Alma Hind
daughter who has been in Ocala the county commissioners, th
Mr. Allen Bridges has returned with her grandparents for several Ocala civic league, or whose ever dut;y with his three children, two boys, large mercantile establishment Miss Alrua 1I..t. .
J. Edwards, her uncle, and greeted it Chester. S: r'., a t I. A : d*: I
home from a visit of several weeks weeks.It it is, will make heroic efforts to pu t- and one girl, has disappeared? Evit happily! the sustomers. On the head ,:
with friends Hiss Hood wa .I 6i.r. i "! \l' B i
at Va.
Lynchburg, the court house yard and the
pavemen dence furnished by a letter over
will be news to Colonel Albertus : of her loving friends she breaks alas ;iie Reddick. i-m-rlv I oi I'.i i rill!. .
adjacent to it in good shape. Th< indicated
signature of Mr. Raulerson s
baster boxes ointment costly, .
:3jL*>. Herman Benjamin has gone Vogt to know that he was clerking in of very tad sfap waa ph-a"ati' > -.01' >
is full of
pavement now chips am toot he has deserted his wife and I in the :
and precious,
hardware when he discovered as spikenard 3cala ,'ai.- as1.1: t .Ptil of
h a store slime > ago 4.
to r old home in Atlanta to spend .
pieces of stone and the yard is ful l abducted the children.-Miami Metropolis. I
the suniratr with relatives.Mr. phosphate but the Tallahassee Sun and form of kindly appreciation pleasant her cousin, Mi,.-> Cia II'!" 11.. ''rman.;
of paper, excelsior debris of various 1- .
says he was, so he was, for the Tal- words. low Mrs Ili'-ra. Mi,s II..'.i| f..1 I
kinds, which give to it aver;:v
"when Mr. Johnson is fine looking and dig- from *.r la,,i :N< 'lil"H."' in
it btcplii'M
lahassee Sun see a
says you \
J. L. Beck of Berlin recently .
ragged and unkempt appearanCE' I Miss Maggie Lyle and her littlehur
nified. heart he is gentleman of
elected registration officer of Marion I in the Sun it's so." I The earth has also been spaded\ ]p: i tinned,l to their home at Stan: I a luring her spin and Mr 1..1'1'
he is
the first water. In manner an been able to i'.a\e h..r h.l I I'I" e that
county was a visitor to Ocala Mon- I and the entire around. need 1 to b< i! tm T\I'"I'ay afurnoon after spend_
Mr. :Morris Smith, who has been I artless Chesterfield, whose broad time.
day. I gra(1'rl( and I put ;n -!hp' ] -iai'! : !','. I; ir,-' a :. '.v .la-::- !in 0' al.i.: I
the of Christ
making his home at Jasper for near- i charity accepts answer t

and I _. n! to the question as to who is bis neigh- Hh
Mondayin _
ly a year, spent Sunday 1 Sleke's Ferry Picnic July
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Ocala with his Dr. and ibor. In conversation; he is an artist Ha. JunTo \*"7 f
her home at Gainesville after a short parents, """ -= vmlJl I GaIT.r. ;.

visit in Ocala with her aunt, Mrs. W. Mrs. D. M. Smith. He spent last week i 1 Jwith I' the paint brush. "A word fitly the E'lror orala aur.'. ,
spoken: i is like apples of gold in pic- f
P. with friends at Seabreeze. Please annji-"e! in ''I.*- r' 'in '
i, nmof silver." yuuraual! ,,.. paper that r i''! Innnel, i

Ferguson, a pioneer citizenof Mr. R. S. Hall of this city has plac- 1 "Mr.: Johnson and his father were j futl"al-O'lr. of J'H.: 1'1 f

tht- Blitchron neighborhood was ed an order with Hutto & Companyof !l t,2i !| partners in a phosphate mine at Fin | he as us:!.i! on! the old i p't:: \L I '",11.,1-,

, Transa("' ill:: business at the county Jacksonville for a 30-fcorse power jj ral City until his father" death. | at Stok- i F.r July I' :. -7; 1erybOIY -, I

I a 'I',. ill'.by. Cadillac automobile.Ir.. Hall win /' tf/ '/' 5 Since then he has taken charge of I : :11\ i 'l! W rot' ; '.' pi',;.

, t ..,,'' '1Iv fL'Il.. # ft,.,., c.., : the phosphate interests for the other I .
receive his new machine in a few i 4 L ise a go> l t.::: for a':!

, b ('.IPt. R. D. Harrison, who is spend- weeks and it will be one of the fin- I ((4\ y ; ,,theirs:J. also, and has spent .-f,vc rat win- !I \r\: IOK. t

; .1 z a while in the Cotton Plant neigh- est ever seen in this city. : 111' tors in this place. j i ------ '"
t I : of thee '.
"Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are
, ..nihiHxl? was in Ocala Monday with S py i i Wedding Annoimc'tieitsCaprau.
Mrs. D. M. McBride of Holder was : aristocracy of the: rand old] state 01 .
:._- J.right little grandson. : WHEN l IN TOWN MAlE I II; !!. |I. :,:. H I H .1 r *ai
, in Ocala Monday. She came up f i North Carolina. sued tdrlJM: : t. IUIKM.-: Ti :' .'

, Ca.tbe.: James Crihbitt of St. Peters- meet Dr. McBride.: who has been } YOUR HEADQUARTERS I 1 1AT [ I "They boarded the morning train of his danghi' i L I.a ..!l. lo! 11 1 .

, !JI' g Iin Ocala on a visit. He gives spending the past few wi'eks at Hot | j and graciously received propitious Hugh Williams of iL-: ,'tr! f

I a.. oat report of his section though Springs, Ark., for the benefit of his I f OUR STORE I| :lowers of the auspicious rice. They curred on Saturday t'I.' 'It) ,.. ,'.

r is a rain is badly needed. health. They returned to Holder (.l y r I 1 will travel nearly all the summer." ond of June, at Yarmouth MJ !if.
r the afternoon train. i I Mr. and Mrs. William- elPf'* -
t, \V. J. Chambers of the Chambers ; Mr. II. A. Fausett is suffering from ed to arrive in Ocala the Jut of ib.-

. Shoe Company has moved Into his Messrs. Marcus Frank, George I ) < : a kick received some nights ago week and will reside at the rwidenc

, handsome new home on Sixth aven Blitch and Bert Dosh, who went up Marion Shoe Go.I I from his horse, which came very
The I fatal. As it was, the In- avenue.Miss
r ue.-Tampa Tribune. to Jacksonville Saturday night, near being ,
I afternoon at Atlantic 'I jcries he sustained kept him confinedto
spent Sunday ,
I (J. M. Meffert D. B. Mayo)
, of Jacksonville -
J Mrs M. Handelsman, who expected Beach. They were joined in Jack I his bed for several days. His EliMbeth Venable

r r *: to reach Ocala Sunday night, was detained sonville by Mr. Allen Bridges, who BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. ,- friends are glad to. know that he Is I parsed through Ocala Tu.i-

r Iff at Newport News, and will was returning from Virginia and he ) OCALA, FLORIDA. now able to be out, and has success 1 1I day on her way to Drake's Point to

. not come to Ocala until later. accompanied them to the beach. "-A A_ I\"J AI I fully passed the danger line. :I visit her cousin, Mrs. T. P. Drake.



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.'1 Report of the Good Roads Convention Marion county was again honored bJ yg.]" I A Quiet Wedding of Great Interesl t t I HERE AND THERE

Which Met in Pensacola, the re-election of Hon. II. W. Lon I at Yarmouth j 1
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June 18, 1907. aj prsident. He has held this posl 1' A quiet wedding of great interes r!: I The Methodists up in Georgia say THE

I : i tion since the organization of th
Ocala, Fla., June 2C, 1907.: I cr ntion eight years ago. Humphrey of this place and Mr. I I ,i&fei&fekra ia 1 s. :

3To the Editor Ocala Banner: I! Efforts of counties were then call"' 1 Hugh Williams of Ocala Fla., whict )lr. E. H. Sallards of Lake City ):o- I lf

1 .t Address of welcome: was made by I ltd for. Duval county made a goo d t took place at the home of the bride's i been appointed state geologist, a newt S SMART *

I report which showed that they ha d father, Capt. John II. Humphrey, at Ii office created under the Crill bUJ.!!
Bliss and to the ab-
Mayor i
I built: some good roads in the las'I t 11:30 o'clock
yesterday morning, the
; of president, Hon. II. W. I Lovers are to have no show in At- s
f hence our I teat and are very much enthuse d 1 Rev. R. R. Jlorson officiating. 1 SET

1- ;: Long, the response was made by the I ver the necessity for better roads. The rooms were prettily decorated d I lanta. The police say that flirtatious I r _

vice president, Hon. II. H. Dickson, of i Leon, Escambia, Washington for the occasion with sweet peas', J on the streets and in the park, .,
Orlando. possibly one or two more West Florida I'| must stop. I
I'; [ and carnations of pink and white M! '
l Mr. Dickson thn called the meeting counties, all made encouraging reI and with ferns and potted plants I GIRL

''e to order, and had the secretary ;I I ports. They have not very man y The bride wore her traveling gownof airs Potter Palmer has been won II

t. ., to read a communication from Hon. i miles- of good roads now, but the}' blue taffeta, with hat of tan. She by an Irish earl. If we were a woman 1

J 31.V.. in which he stated that see the need of them, and have and would wed an earl at all
Long, 'I gon was attended by her three little l I LATEST STYLES IX MILLINERY i
would select from the Emerald WHO IS{ LOOKING
we -
Jxj: could not meet with us on account to work to improve them.
i nieces, Sarah, Edith and Frances / WANTS ANTICIPATED IN THE ELEGANT J

j t ; of sickness in his family. I Orange county made a very fine report Burrowes. The wedding march wasplayed Isle. I WILL FIND HER NOW SHOWING. OUR SPECIAL SUMMER J

,- made good which showed that they had 12 5 1 LINE WE ARE
I ii :Mr. Long a great many by Mrs. Wilder Humphrey.Only I WHICH TIME WE *
i i When the geological is SALE STARTSIOD.Y, JUNE
suggestions as to how we ought to miles of improved roads.
t .t.; the immediate family I ,
6l f 6 t r get state aid for the construction of i Marion county was then called onI present at the ceremony. A wedding completed, several oil wells may WILL MAKE GREAT *
located in the neighborhood of Apa- BABY CAPS, FANCY RIBBONS, ETC. /
l rt good roads in this article. I stated to the convention that we breakfast was served at 12:30.: after

t t The morning session was tton taken had about 75 miles of improved road which Mr. and Mrs. Williams left for lachicola. Who knowsApalachicola 0 MARY AFFt-ECK i
to short talks and that the most of them in Times. ,
up by listening: on were l extended
F an wedding trip. They

I 1 f i the construction of good roads.: At good repair now. While we have nol t will reside at Ocala, Fla.YarmouthUle. Elsie Janis, a remarkable New Goal i H ue Blok.t ul it rYst Uflif t I IK'ALX. FLA.

t noon we adjourned to meet at 1 p. m., as many miles as some of the other .) Banner.
York actress, gets $3000 a week just iN .N. ... ..4FLORIDA'S
t 4
down at the dock, where we took the counties, I think our roads are more I

I I f. ;'. steamer and went all around the bay durable on account of our having bet In Honor of Miss Gates. for making faces. She makes pretty

and out to the gulf, seeing a great ter material for building roads, and On last Friday faces, ugly faces, fascinating faces,! 'H _
evening a delightful
j and all kinds of faces. i
:, many things of interest. Among this is the very reason we should ,
party was given by Miss Agnes i
them were the navy yards, forts, dry have good roads. Nature has doneso i
Arnold for her Miss
guest Mary
And Colonel T. J. Laud-Brown declares
t dock, lighthouse, etc. On our returnwe much for us in giving us the ma
Gates, of Ocala, a large number of
were landed at the life saving sta terial. I want our board to do i its his candidacy for the senate to SI

f tlon, where V3 all enjoyed a fish fry. ( best on the roads for the next year,,, young The people being present.of the succeed Senator Mallory is no joke. MINERAL SPRINGS
principal game evening
Well it not be him but i itcertainly
Having finished dinner we took the and we will show the people of this may
was a word guessing contest which
boat for the city, where we arrivedat state that Marion county comes first is to others.JacksonvilleI I'
quite a number got right. When they Floridian. I
I C p. m. Here we took the street in good roads, as well as agric ltural i i! !
cut for the prize Miss Mattie Howell i I II .
car and rode over the city, where we interests. I
and Joseph C. Pratt tied. They then Ocala's water and light plant net
I saw some beautiful homes:, parks and The visiting delegates to the con I
drew straws, Mr. Pratt drawing the I ted that city $653.85 during the month
f i broad avenues. The main streets of vention which was held in the beautiful +
I winning straw. The prize was a of April while for the month of May I I # tt.
t Pensacola are 200 feet wide. This I city of Pensacola will long cherish
I dainty bon bon dish. the receipts over : was$9)9.-1;) '
width itself attracts the admiration the memory of the hospitalit.1 expenses i
After this game delightful refreshments 02. A good showing.-Lake City In- !
of anyone interested in public high- that was extended to them by these t. ;+ ..
t : were served on the front lawn, dex. i
r ways. good people, and as the next meeting, i j
1 where tables had been arranged and I
The meeting was called to order at I will be held in Ocala, I want us to i
which was prettily illuminated with While Governor Broward has been1cried iI 4 _
S o'clock in the armory building, andF show them that we never do thingsby I yl j ,
Japanese lanterns.In down and belittled in certain i I
i f we had the pleasure of bearing some II halves. JXO. L. EDWARDS
the parlor music on the piano quarters he is still a very popularand ,
r good talks on the construction of improved Delegate from :Marion Co. i, .
and Edison machine was enjoyed du- strong man with the people. In s ;; 4 n
roads. Senator A. S. Mann I
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ring the evening, and altogether the our opinion he could succeed Senator j' '
told us something about the oiled Life at Silver SpringsMrs.
t occasion was one that will not soon Mallory if he should become a can-i (
roads of California. He said that I Jones from Anthony, in honor
I fade from the memories of those '
didate for United States senator.-
f they were built of sand and oil at a' of Mrs. Woodard, who is visiting I d, } I
present.-Leesburg Commercial. Palatka Herald. I i !
f cost of about $1000 per mile, and from Georgia, drove out with her 'I ii i

that the cost of repair was very children and friends and spent the !i 1 t
Wreck the Seaboard
I on The Times-Union if it reads the
small. Duval county is building some day yesterday, taking in a launch '
I The southbound Seaboard train last day's Journal of the Senate will
t of these roads now, and we hope to ride down to the Oklawaha and to
was wrecked about half past eleven see that that body refused to adopt
learn something from the experiment Delk's Bluff, returning in time to I
o'clock Tuesday night a fev miles I a motion to turn over the report of
I l !'serve a picnic dinner at the head of I THE FINEST MINERAL SPRINGS IN FLORIDANEVER
I this side of Waldo. The wreck was the investigating committee to the
Wednesday)' morning, June 19. the springs. Later in the afternooncame I
I caused by spreading rails. Nearly secretary of the body, to be handed OVERRFLOWS.
The meeting was called to orderLy Mr. Otho. G. Jones and Mr. R. BATHING CA.VNuT: : UK SI[ RTSSKI FOR
the entire train jumped tbe track and I to the newly elected commission. HEALTH AND PLEASURE.
the vice president. This was a i A. Swain with Misses Mae and Sa I i CURES HilEr 1.TIS 1. DISPEPSU
i ; very nearly turned over. Fortunately Ask Mr. Buckman.-Lake City Index. AND KIDNEY
proper a place to rah Moore, and (Bro.) Captain Clark 1 .
the convention next year, so I offereda I had the pleasure of repeating the : no one was hurt. There were several PARK. COOL AND SHADY. HIGHROLLING PINE LANDS

motion that it be held in Ocala trip. However, Bro. Clark has a i I Ocala people in the wreck, among New hotel and new furniture. Elegant beds and table fare. Rooms
Mr. J. R. Thomas has just returned
Ii whom Mr. R. R. Carroll who
which was carried. I felt that our smart boat, and it tickles him to gas i i was i I with 12 foot ceiling, well ventilated and lighted with gas. Ten foot pore
from Arcadia.
to He it
I I was returning from Miami. 'The a trip says
board and the people of Marion county often as called upon. He requestsus around the house. The scenery is unsurpassed in Florida. Large ba
has been down there
trains delayed several hours, it I raining everyday
t t would all be benefited by having to ask his gun club friends to ex were for two weeks and as a result house and large bath rooms, plenty of suits, toboggan slide, spring boa \I

tI I these: good roads: advocates to meet cuse his absence anJ he will try and I j being necessary to build a spur therefrom the trees and the or walks at any depth, games of all kinds, pool rooms for ladies and gentlemen
i around the wreck. It will be several orange
t with I us.Then the I present next time and show them I truck farms are looking wonderfully dancing pavilion, boating and fishing. Situated four mile from
came the election of officer : days before the wreckage can be r Apopka on Seaboard Air Line Railroad
l f how to shoot cla> pigeons I i cleared away. well. The cattle on the ranges are I' to the Springs. where a splendid livery team cow

= I! especially benefited by the rains. ,
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f [ W. A. KNIGHT- L. E. LANQ i j Still Another Railroad Case He says that it was. indeed a god- RATES $2.00 PER DAY FAMILIES; $8.00 PER WEEK. SPECIAL RATES TO
tt send to both man and beast. PARTIES.
I Wednesday the circuit court was Railroad fare $2.75 round trip from Ocala good for thirty days
f ANNOUNGEfv\ENT.\ ; trying a damage suit against the G.
I The Atlanta Journal recently took Wekiwa
I & G. railroad. So far as we areI Spring Company ,

I" I I this is the first suit that has thousands of little children to one of
i aware \\Ykiwa ,'
I Cla"j| > >: i ; s !1,1&
i f We have just purchased the \\ n got! and Harness business of Mes$r. i been brought against this company the popular resorts near that city.

;V S. A Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods every in the courts of this county. The It does look like nearly every big I.

r thing that is needful to make it aCOMPLCTE LINE in every sense oi { suit is brought by Mr. John B. Peck. editor and big newspaper has a I

; i the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the mar I i i lit seems that Mr. Peck was injured warm spot somewhere about them I 1 r.' -- ------7
t' ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle variety I You throw 1-\
a great while in the station at Fairfield by a for the children. can't I L iULL J '1'S di I II
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of vehicles either of which stand .' : .
we ready to fully .
guarantee.i -
too much love and affection on the I Icbildren ':- \ !
door him. He v
i falling on wants $16- \ '. '

t i High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages I 000 for the injuries he sustained. The Every good deed has its I iiD"..' ,."" ......"i /:&S&i/' < 'If" i I 4J1ULLiP[ t

I l r Unexcelled Wagons, Harness, I i railroad company is represented by reflect action. j I I i r't-\'t';.&"" jT. /M?<$
Mr. Simonton of
Tampa and Mr. Du "
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f Lap Robes Etc. Etc. Burr's announcement has knocked I !
i val of this city, and the plaintiff by C- _. i.i: ..!, U- ,
I West Florida all in a heap, not because | ,
Turpentine Wagons a Specialty. Messrs. Anderson and Hampton of 4-//-\j
I this city. I he is a stronger and a better I j I ; : P

We are Always in Positron to Meet th e Prices of Legitimate. Competition. man than some of the others who ) (\"P Jt1\.4'S 6 n'r" .<';
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t i \Ve Sole for the celebrated \ I have announced their candidacy for |I &L. f
are Agents Hsckorv Turpentine Just a Little Fantastic I gtt>t"i. $ II
this position but because it is saul $900. ..... 4 S_
and Farm Wagon. I Ii The Lake City Index needn't fool! ..\1. !
j that Burr is the administration c- .. y. .
can-j i / .. ,
i itself about the "humility of spirit"in fejS. .
didate and Broward has his hand rfg. g :1 "1W '
got 4; "' ...
i the Democrat's defense of Live on his shoulder. West Florida was --ffi s& s&4k & I :
: Knight Lang Oak against the innuendoes of its envious .
dreaming that Governor Broward'' : '" rrJ t' -I'I'i I
; DozI
t I I neighbors. Humility is a virtue -i would carry Jennings to success in ] : ; $ \ \ .

J iSuv( 'srr" tll Sian,>\ and t'n. I commended to us by the highest I .. o L I h/ :t JWI I
the hollow of his band. :
; Ii- authority and illustrated by the noblest I I \ z (,:,
t I 4I"-:7. :""}., i,;; ."",.... -. ..'' ,
example in the annals of time I -J '.
i Colic and Diarrhoea. I I I ,"'t "'0--'::: .V (" 1 ,
I but in tbe sacred cause of Live Oak. Pains in the stomach, colic and di-i. _r-1 r ;

I Me I HIE a? l'Y\ACI\ { Y when repelling assaults upon her size I. arrhoea' are quickly relieved by the .j
f fr
and strength and beauty-we feel too | use of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera CHAS BLUM

; safe and bumptious to play a tasty! :and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale ball -\' & COMPANY
II : ,
Ij druggists.. :
-Live Oak Democrat. ,
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I It looks to us like the Democrat i is : Jacksonville Fla.
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furnishing first rate material for a' 1el I iI

WE CARRY EVERYTIIIN1; IN THE L1.EOF modern edition of Don Quixote. ....+++ .. .....t.... 1 I : ::- -- -- -' __ .., u -_

J : House Furnishings I| Parlor Suits 0) 4

I ; Odd Fellows' Elect Officers : FISHl'Sm : OcnIo
Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. !i In Leather, Upholstered and Rest I] *< louse Wine Rooms.1
I i Talulah lodge Independent Orderof ,: :; .
1Vf 11
; Bed Room Suits i Dining Room Suits \ Odd Fellows held their regular : 0II M ..1'!. A : '
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election of officers Ti _
Tuesday: night. :
In Mahogony. Birch, Birdseye I of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak. !
t The following were elected: W. E. ; :
and *
1 I f Maple Oak.Mission "l! China on d Crockery j.j I! Bryant noble grand; J. F. Thompson. :o : OLD gllEGI1ANY

FurnitureIn vice grand: )[. M. Little, secretary: "i
Complete line-Dinner Sets and 1 .9 4.
I all the different finishes Odd Pieces !'J. H. Benjamin: treasurer. 44

I ; Messrs. T. H. Harris and S. M. I

Lummus took the first degree in this PURE
Figured Dotted RYE.
popular lodge at this meeting. i
All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains Portizrs I II I

I I: It and Upholstering Goods ,; 1 SWISSTen : I Put up 4 full Qts

Heaters : If you would enjoy tomorrow take I
: .5 0 Ranges Cook Stoves Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver I .

I j Full Line of 1l>to.ilati' 1'iotuiv.s. frumod and unframed, and Pic agreeable Tablets tonight.laxative They effect produce, clear the an .' -- --- -- in Fancy Cartoons

ture Mouldings. Full stock oft head and cleanse the stomach. Price i

; i Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles'i.25 cents. Sample free at all! druggists. I! yards torWorth I Delivered; : at your \

Jasper has now one of the railroad :
! Exclusive sale of tlu best wagon on earth- the Studebaker. I It coinmisioners. It claims T. Albert Express Office
And carry the very best line of High Buggies and Carriages.
l Jennings as a Jasper man, and wants
t I him for governor, and it wants Frank j! For 8:3.20:

L'B Brick Lime Cement, Plaster, :Adams for United States senator. i
'Id' '
; I UI Ing Hair Lath, Shinglya'I Paints Dry d : Pope lines. "Man wants but little"do 81.0'M ]

Flintkote Roofing. ;1 not apply to Jasper. Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey write fOI
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White Lead Varnishes Oils I i iti h. THALGOTT- ,-- .................... ....
Etc. i iWall complete Price list.
Proprietor of
Paper, A1aba tine and Ianitl'; Wall Paints. I the :

mil give u-* a trial. &&.\Ye will nut be > DUNNELLON BAKERY. ... FISHEL
undersold andull please i i .I[ i I Ocala '
I Is now prepared! ship Bread. Cakes.! House Wine

Mclver & Mackay. Pies Etc.. on short notice ZIQ Star :

antees satisfaction in a?. cases.Tonight 04 .+............. t.......


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1 :; 4..14 ( !igI; {::" .. .....}. f.{: .; .: ;; $ #; $' .1 : '..;.t1 )J, tfr:,) i.i: >-hJ,1 1; ) .\\'l.nuLXorfolk, Va., wn[. ;; : twn is pfenll.t.!nU"I'Hi 11.:::1'..:'. '!. (.n.ldr..tI. .:I'. ..' .,

: ( f. ;9 4f Yi:: .. ..: 1 ':ft .; { 1i 1 Jt" : ; :: My littlo boy, Meredith suffered I I like to tak-. .p'! i-- i : I me,1l !.S- : Ie
l > \- 1 i.Y.i ',:" :': v v4YI': : :ki W''fhr>...:.. ,;: '> :iR i .. ;)lI .1 : "h 'A with indigestion: so badly!! he .
; J& ; "f r tc7 7: : '. ." '& terioiu effe 'tt. in a\ Dart of 11.,- \
( ', ) 'j: !E.miJ ; } :; t 1 1Jj'.iI'I ; y. 1: / '. could not t anything without it It bimply r.u.n.the: 'au... t 4disagreesw

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I I-Mme.--.-h1-. . . . 4M.41... I I . ... 4" I . '* : .:. ,,..,...:: thought; (as many others Lave) : : ytupt> 'u.a and r. -i r tll.health. _

I'1\-ru-nt Slionhl 1:1': Kept' InEVITV t 11 Ir-. F. Pr.'r1,,ltian, !: Midf: stnt, Appb'ton, Wi*., writs : I 1"-; .%'.' ... .... :W ,....,,...,. that 1 would try Peruna, aud it
I ". "'>:'"'' "'..; ..... Peruna ill a houId; r' mv t f .r tU
lldiischoldWlicro | "I have never had a return of the catarrh which bad made me so misI J .,: ":;' 7 worked like a charm.
I erahle and before I l' runa. catarrhal ailmentd of winter auu! |-
I I i unhappy began taking [ ; "."ow ts eats anything ha .
-- ; "I would not be without it in the house, r.o.- 1 : wishes: sad I would not be .../tb. mer, G.CnteorehroDt.i

There Are Little J "i hives hsbyfay, two years old, to whom I give Peruna far a old, ,4T. : am it far any thing.My The mothers ak! >T< rtfcel'n 'd! *..it,1t

I and my husband also takes Peruna. I It : other littli- !'"'v, Alfred, are the best friends that IV u:J. ti .

Clii litre it. t "I .!:;wk )':JU a'.id: wish you well. "..Mrs. /-. Brcchman. t ;..... .AI x .r !i i"f. f.and half yearstill, !ha-. Mr.C.Ilallock.Aaterpt'I. N "t
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f fa. .w r r.- +--- J. ---4-4-.S-4. -- .. .. .( y '; .aihter AM'-! fuT ta., :. I u: ..wbottes i
.ti much
.. .v:1 ..A'f,, 1 j I tak-i: it and reC''i\c as
Benefit Which the '$0' : of P TU:. ti. t'r tI 4
I'c'r-ina should be kept in the house all No Doctor Required i The Children of .h, 't. ;:-h'j w ;: ""r V -g ;i''';-.t.t:: from Piruaa as h JiY your ,, .v-

th iiino. ou't wait until the child is Mr. Edward Otto, !.i-JT I>e Soto street, i the United States Have Received '" ,. "'.J-': ,,"'1- f.:1: J l I'r. I of catarrh ofta : 1 1. ad of t\ > } atsstanding.
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'd'l& aKCtteral
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i. <.1., \l1Imd to & drug store. But, St. Paul, Mina., writes: I Can "/ hope my testimonial may
From Pe Never Be '
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) *" \IVruna on hand-accept no sub- A Child's! Ills I
: be others I
of benefit to
"1 eann'.t say enough for Peruna. It Put Into W crds.I :: : {|I' some Ire/l -Ilpi'a\ | >...1 v ta.i.tt rid
.tl! : t\ Mr. G. H. Farmer, >>\:"- Marunsvilie;
has done !treat work in my family, especially I ?' as though I cannot praise It enough. >,ittuanyhlty, wl! ia-i c...laIr.I .
!.iIrcn! ( aro especially liable to acute for oldest boy. We had W.Va., write: I'j .".."1'5. J. C. Sterling.

:tt arri' I Indd, most of the affections doctored with my three or four different I The chronic ailments it has prevented, "Our little son, Harry, is well ant 't' Mr. Howard Andrew Strr..rtil I the Mothers Eold: IVn-aa IQ H.k

of < lu:al l,"'Ki are catarrh. doctors and they did not seem to do him the suffering it has mitigated,will never healthy now and we think if we do as 3aual street, Kvadiox, Pa., *ntt,: I trrg,

j I be fully recorded.But : I you directed us, he will keep his health "I h Peruna in h.-a-1 all the N' ,
: myI fU
All! furjiis of sore throat, quinsy, any good. ::ve my e Utll' J
or"tij, Ii,,!rsoncs3, laryngitis, etc., areL I at least this much can he sr id that I and grow! strong. .time and won't be without i it. It I'r.) "We gave up hopes of cure, and so the coming generation owes a treat I "U'e knoll t our little son's life'nsssavedbyyourwonderfulmedlclne I .
for children when tat' aM: .
: they hair;
u i. ;7. rent phases of catarrh.Peruna or : 'itiyr.- : I t
Contains Ko llarcotics. did they, but we pulled him through on debt to Peruna, for it is in the t!'n.ler I 11 4 It oared my 'Iai't,; ', .yd.t 'ronp. I Iroup. : ,I., and : I' r I'a: I j .
Peruna. I Peruna, and we shall always praise
of youth that: slight ailments | .
are *
years '
1 have intrudut't'd Pertin. fixfaniilif.ssin .
< d I.- Toruna has found G-
r. an
why per-
j Peruna and use It in our family when
n-.an'sit use in so many homes is that it "We h&d several doctors Ind they liable:- > to develop into lasting u"ase; .I needed."Should. ,'c I re''eivetly-r; :I.itf! r, 't ha\ '1 ':r I r' .

.n : .::-. ; no narcotic of any kind. said they could da no more for him, so, thus= blasting! : the whole career of the ; we have any more catarrhal :md f-jur i have sot-n relief aJrf.ti'.y.; : .. v:.. : -. .

!! we tried Pi-runa es a last resort, and I individual.: llo\ arl Ai-ir-'W <' .. I 101. ,I' 1
l' rum: ', tf taken awarding to printeddrrt trouble in our family, we shall always r; r '

: ; -n-i, is perfect! harm e ss. Jt can I keep that it did in the toe Iwuse work.ell Since ths time then, amino we i The mothers who ar-3 brs.iirns: up write to you for treatment" 'P -ra.-na Protects: ta3 Entirtiic..ksehc 1111... i, ," 9

Lo ii" I any length of time without doctor Is rsquirsd. "Edward Otto. their children: to-uay: to believe h PemI I Mr. W..P.: Coring, ilt. Ve"non. Mo., !.t.. 1 I j' ", ." a fro

acquua drug habit. It does note I naare s-peakinir frisai ':r t\j> Ttenee. writes: A? ?" ";;' as t.-.c: i.'j > f :i' \ i iappre'iat I- : I \"., 1\ Aer

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E' zabeth Harris: Local Editor. : ,- a .
Bn.-vi -, .M I -. ) a.l: : j ri: hisvi.i.a i. \V. i i-: v\is in Oi-a'a : ,t ::l'.ia:: !h- H dl'P! am' Osotola streets, and ih; < .1| 1 '
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'; :,!a1 I Wh'--'T! of !hitcniati.mal: Harvf.-'cr :> :onE! ;. Lcl; anil! E.lwar.I.! some dn..s: ; !has 1h'n aln.'i- i i./ .', -i- : t i
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fan1.: 'Aho has hct-n q'lre; ill: for th-1' are now tiui'ifs.s: of Mrs. Clifton: bio! To say uo'hing uf i"!: c ": ,:' s .

; \. K. \V.-nu: (if La\r City i is. pair w. t-k or mor -. ;is able to be out ; Cairp, at I Ueauoki1. Va. ir.Camp to h;' ']. : ,. ii 1 !': ,111'.:, '." '.11''. .t' I, whi-! i.: Ilt!: = !> -. "
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.. en I \\-i' this! : sister."Mrs.: .again. greatly! to :!l.e !pleasure,: of e\- sails on the clfvomb; of July inr, a irotu a ;n>iii' "f health:: it vl; !: ..-j jworth j ) .
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ervuiu1 I II slimmer in Europe.Judge the 'I'M- : : i.r. I!!

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: : John' T. Lewis, state prison iiij I Mr. E. C. Hood of Havana, Cuha. T..1. \ne! canuio'n] from' The editor: nf *'.- Banner di, ir.-lv; .. '.' ... .. 'I. :r. j ,

( .r. after n-iurning fiom Tampa.: was among our ge-ts on Saturday.Mr. : Ocala. here he is now nnninu': the. "tat..d tl!:.i' 'I.. ;lr! ;.osit ion for 01 a':t fry ut" thjunu' ; l.\ Jtllf i I. IU'lJ.f"f
Oiu1 u: 'he ai. -i I. "
t ID his In ii.io at Moss Bluff. Fri- Hood has been in Oxford for Montezuma Hotel!, and sptnt s->v-ral: : to ha'a "t'v.i."Mates: coming: viol:;: ; I't J'.
.nip.,1- a prlgl'1: >
: ; some time past !looking after the i days at home the tirst:; of the W'". !,. : convention" in Oc'.i'.a: was a -\uetion -- t. of' It
of thp bo\ \\ ere nq1: J a.t none
I -- I trucking interests of his fatherinlaw attending to business: affairs. He is from;: ::n ili; : ial friend of 0/'a' ,IU ft :* w t t'l!
t ,and Mrs.( : Lee Priest and Mrs. j ; r.xiiL, w iile th" -' r. i'i ;.'
1 the late Maj. R. J. Wright.Mrs. very much pleased with \cala.-I la residing iu toiiih Florida and ho '. ">d! !I' I' .:1''' I
.. Park and daughter of Anthony I othtr.th.1 .' ::!rls p-m.1.-, ir tin _'i
Leesburg Commercial. said that if properly! hand!.'d it ... ,
rl'a j 1 \\"a- !J 'Y au 1 1dn
among t the shoppers and busi- tbmu;.:!., :i .sack in N.T. a'i !
C. J. Phillips has returned: d I would be attended by 10.1"1< prd':.: ?. o' ,I n! .. II".j
visitors i in Ocala Friday. i son:- boy ca'chint? : :L. a" : rposinir "
I Ii from a short viMt to her sister. Mrs. Mrs Adam Eichelberger;: and chi-! ; There wanothing said! y'un'.ir; :ts .j :y :.'I'. r I,. rti
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' has to''I Arthur Masters, at Live Oak, who is den have gone to Tampa to make co>t. The president and oils :' n'Oibcrs : : ',I .i.. :. 0"/! n. 'II'ar I
.*. B. T. Perdue gone Anoth.-r njoya.l;> Jr. \\ .t-
i much iUp1'uH.d.11'5.. Phillips that city their home. Mrs. Eich ::.!,-r- of the board ef tra !1" t'i"ht: : ru/;, ,f.
\\' Ky., to spend the I very chewing ca ;leers and! *'h -'l.n; ::
ltv I and daughter. Mary expect to leave ger will take up her profession as a j the scggestion a most admirable one. '. Ii"1 I' 1 1f
Perdue formerly '
Mrs. .
: j the In!* wstlin!;: -t 'it.-!
I trained For the Col.! j jEichelberger .
in few days for the mountains of present ; j.t .: '
i Ocala bait now makes her i a I a.var!1'! a ; riz(,. :\.1" ). ''-lia: ( Ii-i;:
North Carolina to spend the suaniu r. will remainin Ocala.but i Mrs. C. E. Absoa has returned to
in Brooksville. i was ':>, v: st tccc-\! ar..1', *
I I d wil: laer or. ji.ir. !his:; family! in F'.orida from a short visit to the j jJamestown -- ---.
nr.-- .:- rith a ;,: ld .':- ;. .
ferocious nisi- The Jacksonville: Metropolis says Tampa. He is now a guesi uf :i.- Exposition Accompanied: i: T"e :j.-1 S-c :'
"blind tiger. a

that has roamed the state of Flor- \ that fit. 'fit \ Albion W. Knight Epis i Glenwood Hotel. i,, by her three children she ea cuv ,i pinF'r.. carrying; :' : i- racross .' .' 1 1. f
of C'l'ht. that Cuba Ocaa: Frilay for a brief visit j .,
bishop says to ,
I ocpal I b
ii'iiie! extensively: for a number I the r'1. ,:.: M 1 '. i ''.:. :. t < :
said be dead. The I will be annexed '. \ thI'ni.d Mrs. J. C. Pil'.ans): ( f Etlctra: re- ;: They lift Saturday for Jackson-] ; fl' h ,/I' ,
is now to i '
.M!> ,. of Mar-/1! : i: a ;
States. The United ::l,1': tn.bl .':- ;: i-1 1 Friduy: : fr, ui a .-.10"i-:: tj : \;"...<,. ar.J Sadasailed; : on the ft .. .
: : _isature! killed him. ware}!: r, 'b.: a "
<'.> of her ow without borrowing'; : friends: in Madison. She was met I Clyde Line tor New York, going:; !
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I About 12 ubu.. .1 :< ,' ::
.' bows of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. j tllo?,' v : t.u qu.,'n (,f ih- Southern her by her daughter )Ii: Americtts.. I i from There back to New Rochelle. cake were senxd A by H'l!>- ". -- I f. i J.
her : Mrs. J. C. :! visits: Ocala this I'
made by the! set>. and daughter-in-law.: Mrs. Ahsen's to ,
Wen glad tl
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Nellie Eu c'!ham: anl I T'-r.i.i': >
I 1 who Pillaus. of Martel.[ ; and: It':: on t1:.;' afuruucu ;' spring ::.n '.!i.1n1t-1' :::1heen a .
litile baby, r" f.i :
.1\: : .,: if a tiny : girl ) !.
I Mr. ..1.r.. no s:1": ;u Sui.d.iy: train: f-jr r-.,' :).1".0. ,. : -h: ., -l1l rn"h > .1.':'::" t,1 :la-1' v. .
\S : i Fri: idly about ii>v>n. May J. K.. .
from the With'acooehee rivt-r. He latter for a visit. :Miss Pillars! leavesin ; friends here. : '
::1' : "- onalway'" be "a r.iy of "-sin- ;: : I The Daughters of the! Con Itra(') ,. H T.; '
says the river Is :t.? lowest he has; a few uays to resume her studiesat : !
.:: 'o thr! !parents. F. D. Puoser who is an horti'n'.rirali.t held! a called: mc-cticg Friday- afternoon IJ. )[. T. '. I
\ _--- I II t"\ er seen uan Edward
and agricul''iralist: l ecate at the home of Mrs.
I Mi .. C. T. Maughs and her uiece, I its shores T\r muny years. He ;says Tallahassee.Mr. of the O. P. U :: 'I;
I 1 The special object
h.has fondness for these j
: a ay'i
! Mi-/* Pauline Sullivan:! have returned that the earth is nearly parched up decide on the Confed J. Car:.!. :
failure. That R. S. Hall of this city has been :ocations.. has presented us with a meeting was to I
I Ga.. where theyw.I'1 and ae nearly a !
from Aiiierious.
hiK tt crops fine toma- erate monument that is soon to be R. S. Hall. . 1i
called several weeks ago on account the outlook is distressing.Mr. mad chairman of the committee offiffeen ':basket exceptionally
\ Z. C. Chamblis .
'toes. They are firm and smooth, rich iI erected in this city by the Daughters.The i I
of the illness and subsequent prominent turpentine operators T. SwartiX. . :1
monument will purchasedfrom
i Heshowed
father.Mr. D. Covington of West Florida to form a new organization to I iia color and exquisite in taste. IA.
death, of Miss Sullivan's : A. turpentine ;! I' mammoth tomatoes Mr. Clark of Jacksonville. He J. Wicker . 24
us some
one of the most prominent control the turpentine operations in I E Howard . . If 3S
a will be down in Ocala in a few days i M.
Sin wtich if there was
11. M. Taylor a former citizen men in the state has sold ;; this state-which organization is to I clusters 21
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John . . .
with designs, etc., and the Taylor.
feel samples,
I fair in we sure !
,f this county, has a nice tobacco out his entire intrests, and aeconv i be formed for mutual protection. Mr. county progress Daughtrs have appointed a commit. M. J. I oeu. . . Ie 27
ribbon. Captain
f blue
in Madison You can by Mr. Sam Holmes of Jacksonville : Hall is one of the most prudent, conservative would take IC
county. panid II
farm . .
I has always been successful in tee to meet with him and select a C. Gasp . .
always trust Mat Taylor to have a has gone on a trip around :j and level-headed operatorsin Fooser sbo&t of 1M dub will beheld
.u and whenever boras design for the monument. It will bea Regular
spoke in the wheel of progress as it the world. Mr. R. S. Hall and others ;, the business, and great wisdom I his Wednesday aftfao atIS.3O
beautiful one and a credit to the every
ii i I particularly! nice ne.erj
and the'purchasers of hown in selecting him to form anything
moTes onward. He is always up i of this city were was o'clock.

doing. i Mr. Covicgton's interests. ,, the new organization. 'forgets his friends. city. .

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<.:::1::,; I j -. a -. ". : ::1- ".j" A. VV. Gil. scratch of a pin has b. are .
f dual personality in the portly; fusel : :. ": .. :.'. ." .', ; : to cause the el knoW!11 Tears. pure:;, .. ;. abr :-' ::
o fL.D. .- loss
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)',,''>'-' ''. .:. : u'l It. H. Burr are candidates i of a l Hmb, HenCE ; r
: n our strenuous: Napoleon. In Citizen > '. .!'. .l"" ; ', .:. ; every man must from ne DOstn&1d on recv., .* .I' ,_ s {
ar It is C.rl.r
governor. aiso settled
killing. The aIrhen fact beiboZ I
shots 'to .. : his I
Broward and Governor : = OJrn dOCtor for this AddNu. ,
toward b eiten; -: ,' A_ ; i that if T. A. : class of ai!
o'clock! '' Jennings enters the .
; Wednesday raCE ; mem:> Success
t nght. often
t almost describee a new edition IT. n ; on the : .
cti; 'stial;
jattentioii : pra:- ae :: prompt Mary.an 1
waj ;,ai l l'J -t.: .. willsipe up the earth with both:' treatmen which
Dr. Hyde and Mr. Deck} 1. And the til c.a.t-r '?:. r. ;.': cor**; t-.s'i':''=t1 .!: r.Il.lilJ. = ; f them. !i had when suitable S
/ -Milligan Herald. remedies
early Tbur-'ia- Jennings
"great and good" Times-U ai0n eVe R!, :: -rr..L- -A-L ::' -:: :: .. ').'1 ':or.pao.oL ; 'j! irs min has at hand. Chamberlain's are kepi t IleasscL.1. f s
Barton's never been in Remedies
copies in this instance from the Sun body wa* .' : :.., .:. :- .. i- : .' -'. ''--..* happiness Which politics before, so, I have been on the market for II I ,.
:I what man
front porch, and that gives him his great pull ?- rears and I'
We are really hopeful of our breth ? A ,;. J. : .irorever.. Ocala Banner. I a good re p otation.. :'j. R. Moorfiead. 0. i.
"jthe back porch. The Chamberlain's Cholic. WOOfrow
ten. Dot all must be careful hors chilai:_ A ,.; '- I Here were horses Diarrhoea Cholera and[
that President.
rj I found in a bedroom the pisroi had drawn His wide acquaintance and great t Remedy for ba Well com,, **c<- taff-
you abuse the other fellow's hero hav:4r b: zf .,cues over I plaints. S. J.
been held close 'b slippery pavements,,, personal popularity in all sections of Potter. Gen. !Mgr. V
lIe may after awhile become yours.-, / to : ffi''l h :n F<1'l that had been beaten 'I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ,/ J
instance and 1 violently that the state. T. A. Jennings perhaps for rA'H3Vi3 SAn! '
I D Soto County News. the ;4'- w-rc powdtrihad succumbed under coughs, colds, croup and Whooping AiiS! ?' f MMA" T
marked. cruel loads ; knows more men in Florida thus cOUgh.Chamberain's 1
r Unhappy any
relations I that with Builders!! of
I' | blinded
are believed I eyes had turned other one man in the public life of Pain Balm ( j
to have an CEMENT
been QU
Do Not Neglect the Children.At responsible ten; hours each day the sEptic liniment) for i SIBCWALKS
tor I merry-go- the state.-Pensacola Journal.+ cuts. braiaesl j :
i this season of the year the first the crime. Barton left (I round. There were burn.s, sprains, swellings 1a.ne Pesters> in

\ I unnatural looseness of the bowels ota i home Tuesday and did not return I l r the bull fights and mares that in We know a great many commercial cd rheumatic pains. back : LAKE WEIR SAND
until before the eyes men who j( j
child should have immediate atten late Wednesday evening when are personally popular and Chamberlain'S' Stomach and Manufacturers '
of Liver+ 4
,. I : tion. The best thing that can, be givenIs I he found the doors nailed against i young girls who looked on with have acquaintances in every town i Tablets for canstipatian. biliOUsness (: CONCRETE of .
him. BLOCKS.
[ Sashed sad J
Chamberlain's: Colic, Cholera and He battered cheeks had swept the hot but this does Etomach troubles. :
them not necessarily
give /
, Diarrhota Remedy followed by cas down and began sand of the Chamberlain's Salve PAVING MATERIAL Po
; arena with for '1
1 tMr? rent in- disease
his work of them a poll for the ot ,
destruction. the
I skin.
tor oil as directed with each bottle of -TiaesUn'ion testines. FENCE P t
I And tnere STS. Etc.
the remedy. For sale by all druggists. Special June 21. others.! were others and nomination-the highest honor the One bottle! each of thes the prep. Estimart an J i-Ias: '

s'.attcan confer rations costs but $1 -rn.-b'j a- :
For contract
j by 'as ':
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t. a. Ocala, Florida.:

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Death of Mr. Charles Ball Miss Porter Gives Pro! A Beautiful: Compliment to Mr. Bur-

1. Loal and PersonalSara Our community was very greatly gressive Book PartyA i dick and Mr. Stevens .+...........*4.4..*...... .........++.4......4.......
f ihocked Thursday morning to learn novel and thoroughly enjoyable The teachers of the Baptist Sunday : :

Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor.! t bat: Mr. Charles E. Ball was dead, affair among the young society set 'I school have recently conferred a'' Adding New Accounts !

1 lis spirit having taken its Sight just was the progressive book party giv-j beautiful compliment on Mr. 0. L. ': : ;
M. C. V. Roberts is back from his I Burdick and :Mr. Isaac Stevens. The
I before the day had dawned. He was en by Miss Marguerite Porter on j :: :
MMI to Salt Springs. gentlemen are two of the oldest members i.

rick for only a week and his condi- Tuesday night at the home of her I I of the church, and of which for We are constantly adding new ac- J

Miss Blanche Hall of Candler was t:ion was in no way considered mother, Mrs. E. Van Hood, on Fort many years they have been deacons. :

visiting in Ocala Wednesday.Dr. darning, and the fact that be was King avenue. I They are both very greatly beloved, : counts, and our business is increasing at t

This home with and the teachers of the Sunday .
pretty was aglow
Dr. H. M. Taylor of Crystal River j ;rick was not generally known. school, at the suggestion of Mrs. Ed'' : also
Mr. Ball came to Ocala in"the year electric lights, many lights having I : a very satisfactory rate.. Possibly you j l lmight

was in Ocala Tuesday.Mr. ISSO. He came here with a sick been put in especially for this party.A I Carmichael, decided to give them"I'I

string of lights extended I some testimonial of the devotion in \: be glad to join -:
Ion brother, who afterwards died. Mr. across us.COMMERCIAL. < <.. :
Vernle Roberts and family are [the veranda and into the yard and I which they are held. One of the : :. .
with t
]Sail our
was so impressed people I .
a visit to Salt Springs.Mr. ![!under the trees and gave to the pews of the church was nicely cush- : .
J that he remained amongst us and;
citizen in midst I place a very festive appearance. .I ioned and dedicated to Mr. Burdick ,
I ias been a our ever
0. R. Stripling has returned to Miss Porter's party was given for and Mr. Stevens. A silver plate was : :I
S since. BANK j
"cala from a business trip to Jack For a long time he was engagedn I I three visiting girls-Miss Lutie Mote received yesterday, and will at once '!: :/ ,

sonville. the market business and afterwards Hansbrough of Tampa, the guest of be placed on the pew. The plate I j ,

Ii 1 became a trader in live stock her aunt, Mrs. E. H. Mote; Miss bears the following words: "This: :: OCALA\ FLfl. t
\ Dr. H. Gatrell and wife of Fairfield I seat is dedicated to Deacon 0. L. : .
Ophelia Gray of St. Petersburg, who I.
cattle for the Cu-
were registered at the Ocala House I principally buying is Miss Alta Pearson's guest, and!. Burdick and_ Deacon Isaac Stevens by J 1 ......N................ .........................
1 san market and at the time of his II I
yesterday. ', Miss Mabel Knight of Marshallville, ; the members of the Ocala Baptist I j
leath, although living in Ocala, ran i iI '
river. I I Ga., who is with Miss Lucile Stand-: Sunday school. -- -- ---- -- --- -- -- ---
Mr. C. A. Tremere, the popular i farm on the The compliment to thees two deacons -:
ley. These girls all I
I Ballwas peaceable and young are exceedingly -
Mr. a quiet.
merchant at Delleview, was an Ocala I I and this is very much appreciated by
popular, party was
mobtrusive citizen, and those who
usitor Tuesday. ,|i' them and they feel grateful
very to
of the that
one pleasant things
many I
1 mew: him best loved him best and]I I HARDWAREt
I Iind I I have been done for them during their:the teachers for their thoughtfulnesb
Holmes Walters has gone to Tam (luring his long residence in Ocala
'visit in Ocala. I Unless away from the city or ih ,
pa to work in the AntiMonopolydrug among the many acquaintancestie
i neither of these gentlemen are ever
There tables
that city. had made he known to were arranged on :
store in ] was never I
t ]lave made an enemy. [the veranda and in the library. At i I!absent from their pews and they are e e..._ ___.i-I

of Martin hasarct"pted each table was a number-of pictures, loved by every member of the church
Mr. S. C. Hardee, Mr. Ball was born at Shelbyville, I
a position with the Tea Pot ]moo and was forty-five years of age. I representing the titles of different I and Sunday school.

grocery in this city. J lie[ married Miss Annie Russell of I books which were to be disciphered I I KNIGI-IT MAR TIN CO
I by the people. After guessing Awarded One Thousand Dollars Damages /
1 Macon Ga., in 1891, and she survives young 1i i
the ; ':'at one table for a certain length of!
T. T. Munroe is attending blessed with
him. Their union was
At the T. W. Smith & Co. Old Stand. ,
thirtieth anniversary of his alma 1 three children, all of whom are living I time the young folks progressed to .1 In the case of Florida Williams, 0 '

mater at Syracuse. N. Y. to mourn his untimely death and the next table, and the guessing of. who brought suit against the Atlantic -. OCALA, FLORIDA,

1 the I. of their I the books was very much enjoyed.I Coast Line Railway for ten thousand -
who have great symp Y
Judge T. J. Coyle of the Montezuma many friends in their bereavement.At I After the rounds of all the tables had! dollars for negligence which re- '' I Come and see us when in need of anything in II

Hotel, came home yesterday the time that Mr. Ball was taken -I been made the answers to the books| suited in the death of her husband, the way of

from a trip to Leesburg. sick his family were at Lake Weir, were given, and it was found that '! the jury rendered a verdict against e .

spend a ; Miss Lola Raysor and Mr. Harold At-I I the railroad company and assessedthe .
had to
where they gone
. Mrs. Charles Watson returned to month. They were called home on 1 kisson had guessed the largest num-I damages at one thousand dollars. Farming Implements,

her home at Coleman yesterday afternoon Monday and were with Mr. Ball when ber correctly. On cutting for the I The jury was not long in arrivingat

after a short visit in Ocala. his death occurred.The prize, a lovely stick pin in the pop I I a conclusion and fixing the amount II Wire Fencing, II

funeral of Mr. Ball will beheld ular Swastika deisgn, it was won by {I of damages.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harrison and at four o'clock this afternoon from J Miss Raysor. I i e Pumps,

Hon. H. W. Long of Martel were in his late residence on Exposition Frank Harris, Jr., and Sam Teague I Back From Lake Weir .

Ocala Wednesday and dined at the street.> Rev. W. H. Dodge of the Presbyterian tied for the booby prize, a copy of I The following party returned home Guns, Ammunition,

Montezuma Hotel. church will conduct the funeral :Mother Goose's Melodies.The I Friday afternon from Lake \\Vir:
I Sash Doors
i service and the interment will day was the birthday of the Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Harrison Mr II

trs. J. M. Neely and little daugh- i ijf" be in Evergreen cemetery. Friends young hostess, and this fact was discovered -I G. H. Ford, Mrs. Sandford Jewett,

t Virginia' of Oklawaha are vis- are invited to be present. Messrs. by the three honor guests''i Miss Meta Jewett and Miss Emily e Blinds, Paint, etc. .

itinig Mrs. Neely's mother, Mrs. F. Mclver & MacKay are in charge of beforehand, and they presented Miss } Ford. They went down on Monday

L. Mayo. the funeral arrangements.A Porter with a very lovely pin, as a,j I afternoon and during their stay occupied -
remembrance of such a pleasant oc i the Woodrow cottage Blair I In fact, everything usually carried in a first-

-. Miss Lillian Thagard. after a portunats Texan. casion. I Villa at Woodmar. They had aer> Pi. class Hardware Store. II

week's visit with her cousin. Mrs. T. Mr. E. W. Goodloe] of Wi St. LouisSt. Miss Porter was assisted in entertaining splendid outing and thoroughly! enjoyed .

P. Jernmn, at Raleigh N. C., is now ., Dallas, Texas. says: "In the past her guests by her mother, !. their visit to the lake. &--- ..mm..-' -- !a-

visaing her aunt at Greensboro.The year 1 have become acquainted with] I Mrs. Hood, and her sister. Miss Bessye : -. i w-------v.... Ia-V ,&---VIKnigeht _,__.
Dr. King's New Life Pills, and no laxative
I have ever tried so effectually; Ii Porter, and :Mrs. II. K. Smith. I MULES FOR SALE-Pair law

Punta Gorda Herald says thata disposes of malaria and biliousness.' Punch was served by Miss Bessye | mare ni'ik.1goo'l! : : workers: bnt-ii on

hungry bear devoured three hogson I They don't grind or gripe ioc at Ty- I Porter, and later in the evening other 'farm nvo tar;. Z. C. t'hanblk.: =Martin Co.
days dings & Co.'s drug stiu-e. Oca'.a' F'i. .;-jN.it
Alligator Creek not many I delicacies! wnre enjo>ell.I

: I I The following were the gusts prs-.i.
ago. w -- --- -- -- -
Mrs. Lula Bradford of Tampa, after :
!ent: Misses Hansbrough; Ophelia
I a week's visit in Ocala, the guest 'I I-, \ i
1 It is in order for President Roose- (I Gray, Mabel Knight Ellen Clarkbou DrC. f\ L Sat -- --- -- ---- --- --- -- '- --
of :Mrs. Clarence Camp has left for !
u-lt to look into the fish stories told I Jean Teague, Sara Davis, Nellie Gott ,
the North. She will spend the sum -I"'. ,1!
\H President Cleveland.-ApalachTimes. -. I lieb Lola Raysor, Bettie Ray Mclver.Jean ..1 ; I : .... J!" ."YJ" SPECIALtfr1'
me. traveling! abroad with Colonel / t ;.r] .;.r
'hla I Austin. :Mary Juhan. Lucilt! fiSHEL'S: :- : :
Camp and his family. j |I .
I Standley, Alta Pearson. Mamie \Yil. \ I i/// Aw$8kjj

TI y "Disinfecto" in the hen house; Mrs. Quiq, nee Miss :Mittie Mills, I cox, Helen Brown, Carrie Pelot, AdeiBmiuger : ---\.Z 4 .;4v>> MILLINERY
mites 50 cents, at the Jesl'lulartin: Minnie 5EJNDlOc! STORE
it drives away ; and :Miss Hilda :Mills of :Miami, c'anwin ?/ \.
x I Lee Carlisle.: Clara Johnson, Etta' ". )
o. K. Grocery. 'I i
on the southbound A. C. L. train ii _
Hood, Eloise Miller and Victoria Ray'
-I.)( yesterday and went our to Graham i J r3 ,* .- ,' A SALE
. Mrs. John Hansbrough and son of \'ilk'h(>rl they _will: visit relative! :' sur and Messrs. Harold AikUson.,.1 Soaq Dishes . . . 5c ; >. -< .

Tailed have been the guests of the I and friends for a few das.Mr. .I Witherspoon and Dick Dodge; Mar: ,'j Lemon Squeezers . .- 5c ': \ fi

dinner's siait-r-in-law.: Mrs. 1Villiamiitx'krr I ion Pelot, Clarence Mefftrt ..Jauieti ; Potato i Mashers . . 5c ; :'-

fur several days. : W. J. Tuten, a true and tried+ i i I Carlisle, Frederick Hocker, W. T. !Quart Cups ' . 5c !I ..' tY June 24th to
Aydelotte, Brantley Weathers, Heron: 1
friend of the Ocala Banner, wa; j Curry Combs .5c ;, :f'
Mr. Rall\hf. Birdsey of Macon, among our dnesday callers. He.i Todd, Ralph Robinson, Sam Teague' {Curtain .5c July 24thWE

<;a. arrived in the cit Wednesday I says his neghbors all speak well oi s I Frank Harris, Jr.. Mala Haughton' ""Can Openers . . 5c .

ir a fro days' visit with friends and the Banner, and all say that it is getting ..1 Dempsey Mayo Edwin Green. Cat,. I Tack Hammers . . .5c I' WILL ON ABOVE DATES START OUR ANNUAL SPECIAL
lisle! Izlar and Palmer. THE
rdd I\.s. I better and better l'rerywek.. Harry Salt ShakerS . . . .5c I Ii
!. Bread Toasters . . . .5c'
Mrs. E. T. Bowman and reference to our correspondence:! Miss Helen Brown Gives a Water. OUR BABY CAPS AND FANCY RIBBONS WILL BE SOLD AT REDUCED
Mr and By Tin Buckets . . 5c i
Mr. C. E. Herrick, prominent residents column it will be seen that a railroad[ melon Party. PRICES DURING THIS SPECIAL SALE. THIS IS NOT A LOT OF
I Horse Brushes . . . 5c ,,
River represented will be built to Fort McCoy. Miss Hlen Brown, the attractive I SHELF-WORN, OUT OF DATE STO CK, BUT OF THE VERY LATEST
of Crystal soon
Lunch Boxes . . .. .5c
hAt section in Ocala on Tuesday. The lands:: in that section are as rich i;! young daughter of Mr. and Mrs:1 Cream Pitchers. . . . .5c !II STYLES AND DESIGNS.

'} as any in the state, and will soon rival ..:Jake Brown, was the hostess at ari : i I Money Banks . . . .5ci I!
The Kansas board of railway com- the Hastings section in growing .. i informal watermelon party Saturda MISS MARY PFr LEGK.
: I Fish Scalers . . . 5c j
I'i:-"tuners: have practically decided potatoes. ''night. The special guests were Miss Cake Turners . .5c | OCALA HOUSE BLOCK, Opposite Post Office. OCALA
. to issue an order putting a flat 2-cent i Minnie Hussey. of Jacksonville, ant;I Six
J .5c |
lids!>?nger rate into effect. The regular weekly meeting of th:! i Miss Lutie :Mote Hansbrough, o:f n_ _
Screw Driver . . . .5c'
reading club was held with Mrs. J,
Tampa I There were thirty younj Dinner Bells . .5c'
Joseph Wesley, the porter at the I J. Gerig Tuesday afternoon. The las: i people present and the evening; i Scouring Brushes. .'.". .'." .5c Stats Institutions for Higher Education
will be married on book of this year's course was begun
Variety store, :(I passed just as merrily as evening;) i Coffee Pots . . . .5c .
Maziebell Willongh- and it is proving to be a mos!, --- -- -. -
July the third to II I will to young people at this age. Th VaSaline . . . . .5c --- -

bv entertaining subject. Next week th'I games were greatly enjoyed and thdimax is Sara Harris University College
club will meet with Mi '
I j of the evening came when th J i j Box Toothpicks . . .5c I
-Disinu-cto" purifies the air; Is not j jaffctted big, juicy ice cold watermelon:s j; ,I
50 cents, at Mr. J. D. Bassett, one of the pioneers I.5c State of Florida I
: l>y rain; price ;I .j j were cut. They were very deliciou!3 . . . . Tallahassee, Pla.I .

'lu O. K. Grocery. x j II of the Fort McCoy neighborhood and fit for the palate of a king an IJEgg f Beaters . . . 5c ,,, .I -..--
I but now of Anthony, was anion]' the folks certainly did then 1' I A College fur Woi: :. aj
young i Meat Choppers . . . .5c i Ga'nesvil'e, Fla. I
: \liss Annie Sharpe, whJ, since the our visitors Wednesday. Although I'j justice. Plenty more articles at .5c ; ;j parallel in the Sou"'j: t ; .1

: >MUg of the Washington Seminary |living at Anthony he has not lost interest served her CuIee of Liberal Arti f
v. 'j i Mrs. Brown al=;o daughter's -I | A hit:.,.", grade institution fur young '-
.; Atlanta, Ga., has been the guest in the Fort McCoy section, guestsuta, punch and cake. I BRING THIS WITH YOU i men, offering Literary, Scientific En- 1 Teachers, a School n I'

< f Mrs Robert Taylor in that city. \i and is glad that it is soon to hear tb+( ''gineering, Agricultural and PedagogiArts, a school of fine .+'" Ianpiano

:..i- returned! home and i3 with her snort of the iron horse. Teter Cured.A MI FISH EL |cal Courses. pipe organ: '."',J rn."
I i! Strong Faculty; weB equipped laboratories -
:. Mrs. J. H. McClymonds. of bad suffer. I ", .
t lady customer ours t ; thorough! instruction, both ture. elocution and -N IT"
Among the visitors to Ocala! Tues- ed with tetter for over two years. I t ______ theoretical ar: i pra--r: ','al!; cariul'j" A Faculty of av:.:*.- .-... a.!'

V ?ood thing it seems is always ap- day was Mr. F. M. Dampier, treasu. got so bad on her hands that sh< ';pervision an.I ac..:;..".ri'... h.':!n Ui'"nil II departments. .
Before thE, I could not attend to her household duI '''FRECKLES AND 1 > Tu::on;> In--. (_""'. ,-. ciaiNo
fiveh'i Citrus PIMPLES tone.
l'U ciated. The Banner sold rer of county. I
I -I j ties. One box of Chamberlain's Salvi Florida instruCtIon :n Fir:- .t' .0 s
had lovely i tuition ::ur: '.a to stu
Mr. Dampier a '
dred extra papers Tuesday. It re- great freeze cured her. Chamberlain's medicine REMOVED In Ten Days. dents. Other expenses very low. minimum. New :.J-- ITS.of .-
*vU said to have been the best daily I Apopka lake, but it went the way o f munity. M. H. Rodney & Co., A3 NadinolaThe b--. ANDRKU: SLEDD, .\ X MIRFHKKU'JJLl. : :.

iss\e of any local paper in Ocala in 'all groves, and was killed root an 1 mond, Ala. Chamberlain's medicine : PresilfIl. Yin-a:' '
i are sold by all druggists. Complexion
many a day. branch. Mr. Dampier 'has take 1 Beautifier -= ---=
u ndursfid -- ---- -
fresb hopes again and has bought ;iIdacre 1,' Rev. Sam J. White the well kno\\::l __ by thoujanij
Mrs. W. K. McDonald and little I' island in the lake, which, be.. state evangelist for the Christia:.l 1[ of gratefulla.he3. and

daughter, Elizabeth, of Jacksonville,: sides the complete protection of th{< church, and who formerly occut'ie, :- 3 "' guaranteed to remove t eeS

Sex- by .large ham Christian pulpit in Ocala, cam, ire all facial discolora- x. 1 Ill'i J
.. are the guests of Mrs. Thomas water, is protected the l"I ? Lm KlJ.\fj; t j
__ j ton. This: is their first visit to Ocala mock trees, and he will here set ou t down to Ocala Wednesday afternoo;:tl / _F ? tins and restore thee ,I
and again try his luck:, for a short visit beauty of youth. The Full College Courses 4 a ,' For Catalogue & full
in some time and they will be corY another grove and stopped over w Information Address
17 in days. 50c. and $1.00at with Music, Painting j
wont case twenty Ir
dially welcomed by their friends in and he says that he believes tha t He is en route to Sumterville, wher, It I and Elocution. 65th Ses- John W.Galntt. Prey
all leading r ru? torea, or by ffiaiPrtfcral J' don Sept 10,'07 or Mm. S. Coo Mgr.
this city. 1 the _fates will be with him. I the will conduct a revival meeting. hr MTIO.XAL TOILET CO.. Pus Teas t'l

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,THE OCALA BANNER What Might Have Been. I Tribute to a Marion County Citizen I AN EX-OCALA BOY GETS JUDICIAL I OJtXtrCtVacCte'O OO 99 t) O A ;.-

These sad words are sadder still 'i Kentucky's loss was Florida's gain I APPOINTMENT IV .
t .y
when the good people of Florida '!when i Mr. Gaitskill began orange or- Scoffs Emttlsfon strengthen cnfsr H
4 FRANK HARRIS, Editor. I think about the good roads bill placed -' JCapt. John S. Maxwell Made Criminal : fi
P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. its ben- !'charding over a score of years ago i Judge of Duval County-The I. I.i I.
before the last legislature. nursing mothers by increasing their i liejh: :..,
efits would have been far reaching. I in Marion county. lie is one of the |i Committee Completes t i i

,, "l',:'J..:.. "' |' joining all sections of the state in four ; king pins of the grove. industry, and ; Organization i Q nerve force. .

:", "J-:r\ ) + "' 'I' lines of highways. One from Jack- 'I passed over 10,000 boxes of oranges 'j Tallahassee, Fla. June :21. 19+)7. I -1'

13aa .. ...,. -"fit""\,>.l I rsonville! and Tallahassee to Pensa- : and grapefruit through his packing! Special to Ocala. Banner: I II
a! i if cola from Jacksonville to Tampa
; one I :
..., .\,' house last winter. Supplementary to Governor Broward today appointed $
f..,- ..; by way of Palatka,, Sanford and mineral food for healthy growth.
.. :. .I John S. Maxwell as judge of the criminal -! "J' '
... "p.fM ,: \ : Orlando, with a branch loop at or his groves on Orange Lake at McIntosh t j' >

,J. If (: | near Green Cove Springs, by way of : is his farm close by, one of the court of record in and for Duval': ALL DRUGGISTS : 5Oc. AND $1! CO +
.) r.9JCO'Jti... "" 4. ..- I Starke, Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg, i most attractive and most fertile f II county to succeed Judge Samuel T. jShayior. iI j 1( 9 Q 9999 4. '
&; I
,.c ,r: "'- ....)-' "-.t.:.1I....1::"......,.... Brooksille and Dade City, connect- hammocks in the state. and becoming -I who was recently suspended ;! .-
""" ''''''r. -!. i ing with the Tampa road at or near I --------- -- -- -
.r. ._tw._ 1 well equipped for his Shorthorns I from office. --
Plant City and from Lakeland to I i iI Candidates for Office Should N ot n.. i't ,i ...1 \ -.1' ..1i
------ -- and his sheep. Through what vicis-
The committee created by the legislature -
of Bartow, Arcadia I ; Hold Other OfficesIn .
Fort by
Meyers way oail
FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1907 I situdes Messrs.: Gaitskill and Cham-|i! i, wan [i.er '
Ii i and Punta Gorda. to continue the investigationof I
in the introduction .. .
bliss fought their way : 'I a- :
p :' -I[ Lateral lines connecting with these i!!i' of Shoehorn blood into thiscounter the acts of the trustees of the internal the days of conventions instate -m-. __

The Tallahassee Sun is still in a : roads were to be built by the va- :j I fund from it was not an unusual thin fan ur
improvement beginning -
1 1I and the establishment I If 1:' :-1J.; IT. I' t.
btate of fret.Orchard I rious counties and the whole state I .
'their' herds cannot now be recounted. of the trust to the present time !j office-holder to become a candidate !living rh.. 11,1'1.' -
I of hard .
would have been a net work '"
I which'some I'! It is enough to know that they hae' met and completed its organization I for another, or higher position', "
k says he blew up boardinghouses roads instead of the cow trails Him. : in 'f
achieed distinct success; that they | and at the same time continue to .1 i.:;.
gratis and he was never in of them now possess. But i it.;. I this afternoon. The committee consists a 1,1:
; have shown the way: that they have charge the duties of his office, al u.lus 1
Tallahassee either. died in its infancy, killed by the unnatural i i i ;jj j of Senators Trammell, Cone !t tI

hand of the wise legislators !i }proved the possibility and the profit .'I i and Leggett, and Representatives ;ii j i! several public officers haP done th ; Ti 1:.. I' .]n .'
: of purebred herds; that lack of supply since the primaries have been in ui"
The Gulf Coast Breeze, printed at backed up by the hidden power. I ;1 i Reese. Carter, Knight and Mathews. i \\'orh.J ',', '
I : '
t rather than lack of market i is. gue, but the Journal believes tb tat '
Crawfordville, says that "Wakullacounty Good roads would have solved the :| 'I Organization of the committee is asReese I .
t | j i i"their chief difficulty. Mr. Gaitskill i the principle is wron;?. and l now i''t.. borousih :':. !'
is the best what is.! convict question. Good roads would follows: Carter. chairman; ,
has a couple of sons of Barrister in i fore the campaign opens i N n oin.! : 10 'urg I"\\-i" 'S I'' .
have solved the transportation ques vice chairman, and Trammell. secretary "
I e: We once heard it said: that politicians : tion and also the great question of service, capital bulls, and their progeny i'; urge that all those public official Is: r'otlin; ..f !.' ;1"all,!" +

had a hof a time. There's a await for from grade or purebred cows i is i I who intend becoming candidates fur _
We I
our future prosperity. Expert accountants will arrive tonight -
t lot of fellows we wish would go into \ who in demand by the ranchers who are i iI I I higher or different positions s>huu::1! The Pr-' ,
two years and the people were and work will begin Tuesday : ;
7 Advocate. rapidly learning the practical value of I resign their offices wh-i
(lIed present t
astray by the voice of the politician I I I morning. All sessions will be open, n.erce wan'r I r
1 this improved blood. Of course it they begin upon the active work ,ot
will cast their votes for men I and I all persons with charges against i ,
Persons who unsuspectingly bite was the same old story. These pjoI i their campaigns. na and 1 > r..t'uu! I
whose slogan will be "good roads and 1 ,j :;: the trustees will have an opportunity I'
r down on a Georgia peach this.sum' bill well I neers in stock improvement were'' I A state official cannot properly attend pant: two n. >n r rtiie '. ,
immigration. The was to be heard. The intention of thei
mer complain bitterly that the frost framed before its presentation. It is I i scoffed at when they began their ex-j i I I I committee is to thoroughly investi-(I to his official duties: and at t: pose of r. ig x'. '.

I did not make a clean sweep. periments, but "those who came to | same time conduct a vigorous camjpaign. ,, ..
and \'ania fr"IJI ,
still well framed-in black crepe gate all official acts from the beginning ': ": "[1'

with face to the wall-mute tribute I scoff remained to pray"-and to pay i iI of the creation of the trust. j Either one or the other w ill __

Hon. Worth Trammell will probably to the peanut politician. OrlandoReporter I ir for all the bulls that these breeding!!' JEFFERSON BELL. i,'suffer, and it is only reasonable I H: ) The Tan.pi Ev.. a

enter the lists as an aspirant for Star. i i i establishments can produce. The' ii i suppose that the campaign work aI i l1! ,, .
that a l II' : t -," '! "
railroad commissioner. No one wknow's ho ,: foundation of a good herd of pedigreed ] receive his first and best attention'
# I BRIDGING THE BLOODY CHASM i, m Srani"-I! o.'n ,
this most excellent young cows has been laid by M r. To
i I properly conduct
The President is Dense-Fails t I -I a campai : 'he Miia''. ,,' .,1..> '
man dobuts his ability to successfully Gaitskill and if his present plans are requires the work of
I' extra stenotfra:: ,
"I Take a Hint Too following letter and the sentiIment mg tht ji.t- :-h' n! Ii
hold down such a position.Palalka t- | darried forward a large development phers, mailing clerks, etc, and it i 15 i ,; ,
constitute for creek quire;: tkif'
Triplets no grounds > It "
Herald. will attend this part of his business. I it contains we know will be i not supposed that these clerks wil 1: '
setting aside the civil service rules in I res of p'a-r.!;
-Chicago Breeder's Gazette. I read with appreciation by the read-! do this work in too offices of the candidates .. _...
the government service. The presi- -
All this balloon juice that's being
dent be suicide butbey I ers of this paper. I or in the state capitol. The y The At'atit.i Coi. '
spurted around by a few beer may against race I
JMr. G. Caniddac'
George As a member of the Confederate must be provided with headquarter's _
i .
kegs about the rest of the county the administrative details are in the j j Considered. I i that theH Ru<" 0'' ,

ing prejudiced against Ocala isn't' hands of unsympathetic folks, who i camp in this city, we tip our hat'i elsewhere and wherever these head- saints ar.J ;1'1' .:tb.'I> I t
F | Speaking of the possible canJidi most loftily to those Boys in! Blue quarters are the candidate or candidates j.
worth the time it would take the' j stick to the letter of the regulations i j I im of nn'R' v '." {"" i4t'

Short Talk man to tell them to seek] even when such strictness prevents !j icy!I of Hon. George G. Mathews 'or who applauded when the picture of I will spend the most of theii I banks 1\'hicb .b'IA .. I' .

governor, the Palatka News says: Robert E. Lee was thrown upon the time. ,
a warmer climate.-Dunnellon Advocate. rewarding the deserving. The presi-I I I I thinking uU?+'t nth '

dent rec H ved at Oyster Bay this weeka I I Mathews is a very lovely your canvas in the Thorn Memorial Chap-, The same reasons that apply to a "Jorllan'"t.. n- .. h.-L! ,

letter from a Boston man telling of man and during has term in the 1 le gel at Utica: I I'al state official in this connection art' _. .

in his The letter islature was the recipient of sever: Fort Plain, N. Y., June 22. 19't>;. I also true of state house clerks whc,
"Love is the sole reason for mar,.1 i triplets family. Frank L Sintmi! ,I' .\ ," ,
ria Tallahassee Sun. I mentioned that this was esteemed an I beautiful bouquets at the hands i ij of' To the Editor Ocala Banner: become candidates for state office*. <'ODStltUt
t j his chief admirer-actual flower As a winter resident at Belleview, I They cannot work for themselves aI ,
evidence of adherence the
If that were so what an institution: to presi-j affliction IhI' I' ,.t I III ..
I it would be and tow happy the world: i dent's populating program, and deli- !!j'j 'too, if you please, as well as flow ers Fla., and a subscriber for your excellent -I! the state at the same time and in tteonr.1:: '.In --,' 1 _

would have been since its institution! cately alluJed to the fact that there ; (of metaphos which others tossed hi]m! ] paper, I am interetsed in hav- |j whenever one enters upon a campaign I' ::1.S O'i| Wi 1" I' tj| 'd!

-but other reasons than love have. | were distinct difficulties about raising i 'and which likened him to those g alto- i ;ii? the South and the Southern peo- :1 : for one of these offices le in Ht'a\H, \ un ;t, I

many times been in evidence at fi lea'| large family on the wages of a laborer |;lent' knights of old who were wont I pie understand correctly the feeling !i( :should: be made to resign. These \ "ur tladd 1.. nit'. I ,.
1 !sit on the fence while the [rl j j I clerks should do this of
: marriage altar. in the customs service. j j sweet gi of the North and the Northern war out conaidleration !. -

Ia t I Could not the president help some? 'graduates passed by on the of her( veterans in regard to their Southern i i I for their superiors if for noI One or ir :lra'l!' l .. :,

A Virginia newspaper designatesone :; The president sent the letter to Assistant :side' and gathered unto themselves a others. I other reason. .- flOI! .1.< -''' T! ,.

i of its correspondents as a I Secretary of the Treasury i i iII i'"hunch" in order that they mig;] t The inclosed clipping was cut from :i The Journal does not advocate hip c .tin., T \ l nir.! .. I--.* pf'.' ....

; "cheerful liar.:* That's the kind of l Reynolds in charge of the customs i j the more rapidly increase the di is- the Utica, N. Y., Observer, dated i II proposition[ because it has any int' r .'id \. ai.i; > ; i 1.1',. ,\ f' ,

liar to be if you are determined tq serce.. Reynolds is a bachelor. He lance between themselves and t he June 2<>, inst., describing an incident I p est in any of those officials or cierk in.l r \\ i':' f.', ii' '. i ,....

t be the Boston man a package of the i, fence.Ir.. Mathews might make a that occurred at state encampment who have already announced thai:I ,
} one at all. Save us from the Ins'p.sent i* ,I i 'ua.lI! \!.! la-,
I' id and stupid variety. We have one civil service rules and blanks show- !; 'good governor, and then again. ]h e of our veteran soldiers. Hoping that hey: would become candidates in the i" 11'1: ;,':. I,

of the latter here in Ocala and he is I ing him how to get promoted under 1, 'might not. But the News hopes I he this will interest you, I remain i next primaries but because it be-

11, unnice. the civil service law and not through will not try. His services are grea t-II Very truly :yours. : I Iti li ers that it is the proper thing to do
t M ti! :I. T't 'I t. b
I being the father of triplets. +!! 'ly needed just now on the "invest F. F. WENDELL. I The Journal began the agitation of F < at. l
r .
oretl >
Hi '"
ar ; -
i : In an interview in last Friday'sTimesUnion 'i it'l !gating" committee of the I. I. boar d,1 it this: subject more than five years ago;
party gi\t-n bK J ''._ ': 1''! "
'< State Superintendent What Do You Think of That! I II and in order that the committee's r e-I; "It was an object lesson to hear ; when Attorney General Lamar refused England Mark .". ,
C 1't
i Wm. M. llolloway states that he i is I t'l i The editor of this rag had occasion : port shall not be the complete whit!
: liking the job wash that is expected, his servicebe s I picture- of General Robert E. Lee a candidate for congress -and."bile ,
well. and
r : pretty has; to spend a day in a "dry town" in I Stat?: i.- a Ia'h, : < I
r 4' no objections to filling the place four I will needed. was thrown upon the canvas at the' General Lamar was elected. he I :: .
one of the adjoining counties few ,
a > inn b" n t b..rif ;. F" 'I n d
aI years more. Well, let's give it to exhibition given at the Thorn Memorial -I| would have made a bigger race and I
days ago, and while standing at the i il town m Minn
: The Freedom of the Press Not that | secured. a bigger vote if he had
I, L":. him. He is a clever fellow, a good l depot, waiting for a train, heard a Chapel. the old corn- resigned
:' otlitficial rades loved Lee for what he did ; his position of attorney
and should have no trouble tall, slim Johnnie, who had his hair The vaunted freedom of the pre;s to general

-Lake! City Index parted in the middle, and slicked !! i is gradually becoming restricted an Id them forty years ago; but that they I ID as the Journal called on him to: ,

h "down with vaseline, and who wore a'' 1 finally it will have disappeared fro>! recognized in him the truest, knight-|I do at the time. P OR R 3r'S f Lf 1
lion. 1 lest soldier the South This paper advocated this
1} R. F. Rogers was never state! red necktie boiled shirt tan shoes, ; 1 the annals of our country. For it 1- produced, a | same

11 senator from Columbia county. Su- I pink sox, and sucking a cigarette, say j; !stance, the Montgomery, (Ala. Join r- foc'man worthy of their steel, an en- I proposition J then-five years ago-

wannee sent him to the upper branch he "wished Marion county would be : ]nal says: We have a law in A iiemy who fought them until he had ; and. it advocates it for the same r

t of the legislature. He was in the,'I i voted dry." Upon being questioned 1 1I bama that if a newspaper publishea 'S i exhausted all resources material and son now.-Pensacola Journal. 1TCHTERR1BLY]

senate along with Ed Hammond, D. j I he said he was twenty years, three : statement, true or false, and t tie i j moral, and then gracefully surren!

Il d II. Yancey, John Dunn, Charley I months, two weeks and one day old. : paper is sued for criminal libel, t tie I dered. It showed how the passions !i Advice to Those Who Run the Primary :

Parkhill, Joe Wall Jeff Browne, and had ( publisher cannot set up the truth oft I engendered by fierce conflicts have j' Race
t l no property-except the afore : Face and Neck & gyred with Inflamed
others of like caliber. And it's been said tie, sox, etc.. which, no doubt. the article complained of, but if t tie I cooled and how too saving sense of I! Before the times of the Christian : -

t a long time since Florida had such a he still owed for-but was MAN article is likely to provoke a persona LIt I the Boys in Blue asserts itself when era-indeed, many centuries before Skin -- Suffered Terribly

[( gathering of statesmen.-Lake City enough to back his statements. ) difficulty, or somebody can be foun d a company of Union veterans heartily .1 the Olympic games were the great -Mother Took Her to Doctors and

llndox. Now, what do you think of that!- i willing to swear the article is likel y applauds the picture of Robert E. sport; of the ancient world, and next i Colleges to No Avail -Lost Faith,

Dunnellon Advocate. I to provoke personal trouble the edit- Lee. |I! to.: the chariot races they were the ; in Medicines Friend Suggested

m t Agin the Fair AppropriationIt I. or must on conviction be fined and imprisoned tl- i most exciting. Cuticura

y t will be welcome news to thousands (I John Galloway will Win with Hand, I not fined or imprisoned but: What's the Matter With Lambright f I Epictetus. a stoic philosopher who Remedies andS

of Florida tax payers that Hon. Down. i I both, there being no discretion left The Tampa News advises the business was born in the first century after

II R Pope Reese of Pensacola and I We understand that Marion's pres !j, with the court or jury as to this. men of Tampa not to patronize I i Christ and became a classic gave CHILD IS NOW THE

Ut Hon. R. II. Rowe of Madiaoa will en I 4 ent sheriff, Henry Gordon, will not: i I II I papers outside. of that city. All along ]; the advice which we shall quote fur- PICTURE OF HEALTH

join the payment of the appropriation enter the race to succeed himself, and I I It will no doubt be a surprise tl o the said business men have to a largeextent ther along.

1 of $40.000 for the Tampa and Mr. C. Y. :Miller, of Leroy, who is I ':.'Mr. J. M. Barco to learn that he at I practiced what the Newspreaches .1 The advice was given to a young "My baby's ftaarti k w*.ro rn...
DeFuniak I
Iu fairs. Why this or any well known here, has announced to I ,!i one time occupied a high place !in the I and so far as we care they !I man who wanted to win distinction ered with iu.btng ok I-imuar to...-..

1 other county should be taxed threeor his friends that he will be in the race ;,! councils of tbe Farmers Alliance j can continue to do so. We had much in the Olympic games. Epictetus !' 1 and took shesuftc'redtrrnlly her to f.T.iv>T a \.Irf
four a nuiiit:* "( d'llt-
hundred dollars to maintain The "head rather see our home merchants get t: said to him \
t when the time comes. I gardener, who shake! I : also to different called t.> no avail.
it a side-show at Tampa we never We also have from good authoritythat I the old plum tree" for the Tallahassee : the trade that wo< ld naturally: go to II}I In every affair consider its ante- Then Cuticura Remedies ....TV rw.ii \.J t '
could see.-Wauchula mended to me \>y Mtes (;--, ...b<> pas
tv Telegram. :Mr.: John P. Galloway, of Ocala. Sun says he was one of the chief! I Tampa if effectively !invited through t.cedents I (i and consequences, and then telling me how they h.il'"It.| ...'... I dill

1 will be in the race. of that organization. i the weekly press. Tampa always has sjact.: !! Otherwise you will begin with not Use it at first, as I hadtneUk'nutny

l We'll have to sato the Ocala Mr. Galloway is well known allover I shown a disposition to "hog it all,", i,!! spirit, but, not having thought of the other results.remedies At last without airs f.U'.ji/itj
I tried
Banner and lave Oak ( 'm< 'gut: tt' >*p,
ht the Democrat what the county and received a very !' The Tallahassee Sun repeats what and it is no surprise that the Tampal 11 i i consequences, when some of them Cuticura Ointment, and t'u'' <.ra K.-."':-

0 old negro preacher said to two I handsome vote the last time. Miss Jefferson Bell says about Jo .! News warns the merchants against 11 j: appear you will shamefully desist. vent Pills, and to my iurprt-' 1.-,'HV.I animprovrm.'nt.

of his colored sisters who were arguing We predict that the long term of i Beard. Beard, it says, tries to mean the "shrewd canvassers' from the "I would conquer," you say, "in the I of the Cutit'urOnttnent.logel'. After; using tt rtUtjm,..r wi'h

lot over religion:" "Look yeah, don't years that Ocala has failed to supply i: well. His intentions are pften good, rural districts of South Florida, even tj,I t Olympic games." But conisder ,I the Soap and Pills. I am pi..itHdu>. N- .<,"-

you good sisters towns and fight. You've both got the man for sheriff, will be bro-j[ but they have no chance to deveiopi ; : though if all the patronage of SouthFlorida 11 I what must precede and follow and I la lure altogether of health. a,different and now child I have and a firm t tw\!L>i<*-- ",

1 all the chewingtherag I ken this time in the person of John i,i in the garden of narrowness and pre were withdrawn from Tampaher then if it be for your advantage, undertake I lid in Cuticura Kerned,and would n t ';,'

you can do won't convince either P. Galloway.-Dunnellon Advocate. I jjudice that forms Beard's mind large wholesale and retail es I the task. You must con I gladly be without let them in the house I will
of you that the other's you publish! this taniraoojaJ ax '
\1 town is the ;, That's hard on John. tablishments would in a few monthsbecome form to rules, submit to a diet, .f 1 would like others to have the 0110* .

test. A<$I besides: the time hasn't The Names of the Owners Must bGiven e-I fit habitations for bats.-Wa- frain from dainties, exercise re-I.I benefit that we did, and you may be >ur'
ill come yet to change the capital of > I will rm>oimTK>ndth*-fngtn>D. {ytnv''ry,
Ocala proposes to invite the candidates chula Telegram. body, whether like body I know
Florida ; you it or not, at and to thow I don't know.
; and when it does Ocala will Governor Hughes of New York has ,' to a big barbecue in that city a stated hour, in heat and cold, too Mrs. A. C. Brn tlin. 171 N. IM>:"(la
I get it; so dry St., Chicago III. Y
I r up. -Dunnellon Adv 2U and JO, l'.No. f
"""; : cate. signed a bill providing that afterJuly in September to formally open the The attempt to divide Hillsbor- drink no cold water nor sometimeseven

i 1, every newspaper.. magazine, '1 campaign. As a central locationifrom i ough county has created an intensely wine. In a word, you must I -

The Ocala Banner says that in his I or other periodical published in that j; which to make the start, Ocala bitter feeling between Tampa and I give yourself up to a trainer, as to ONE NIGHT TREATMENT ti

campaign for re-election last state shall publish in every copy of''!could not be improved on.-Pensa- the St. Petersburg section. The pa a physician. Then, in the contest,

the present chairman of the railroad year, every issue upon the outer cover, or |;i cola Journal.. pers of St. Petersburg go so far as I you may be thrown into a ditch, dislocate For Sore Hands and Feet ,

commission gave as his reason for head of the editorial page, the full I j I to advise the citizens of West Hills- I your arm, turn your ankle with Cuticura. '

name and address of the owner or Dade county, Florida, refuses to, swallow abundance of Soak the
not giving definite results to tee borough to boycott the Tribune and dust be whipped hands or fvt on retired
peopie 'lease
was that he was in the proprietors of such publication, or her convicts. She works them Evening News. and after all lose the victory. Ilia in-trontf, b.t.-.,*....$\
minorityon the name of the corporation which i|l upon the public roads instead. If thei When have I lot her T Tutu-ura\
the you reckoned all this, if
I commission, but now that his Soma Dry and aMNMfl
views are shared by a majority of the may be publishing such publication, I I i experiment proves profitable in Dade, This paper congratulates Governor your inclination still holds, set about with Cuticur*
and the address of the principal I'why not try it in other counties of the Ointment, the great
I Broward combat.
commission, he wants to quit the on his selection of Capt. Otherwise, take notice Skit fare. Wear
i I game, and the Journal might add that place of business with the names I!] Florida?Apalachicola Times. I John S. Maxwell as judge of the you will behave like children who + 3 rb.- hand dung the on

i he is now in a better position than and addresses of the president secretary criminal court of Duval county. Capt. play that they are wrestlers or glad- II night "id. loow giuvtv,
and Mrs. or bandage the f<*t
treasurer. Daisy
t be ever will be to give these results. Gordon Hanna ha Maxwell is a son of the late Dr. iators, or blow a trumpet, or act a lightly in old, tot

I Certainly he can serve the people to Mr. Burr is not entirely without been granted a divorce from Dan R. George Troupe Maxwell, for a longtime tragedy, when they happen to have Complete r Etwreil cuttoo and or I uoeo.. .-

greater advantage now as railroad hope. The Wachula Telegram Hanna, son of the late Senator Mark a resident of this city, and if seen and admired such shows. consist Every Humor of ot loIMM,ratnJ Cktffrra.TRUMI Mrf AttatU Inv

commissioner than as he could as I Burr taught politicians five says: I, Hanna. Matrimonial infelicity appears he is "a chip off the old block" he Skin CuUrun CutM-un fbtlrurs Kmulvrat OtoMeot So p,.r25t-ki.) u Owl Cbr* stand tkc-. ?
ti- ; chief executive.-Pensacola year s to have a special habitat in will Senator l'Nom tCXa!. lWUiL % Iso.lor: In lk. tono ot
make of
Journal. ago that it pays to advertise. a judge that Duval county Beveridge Indiana has the Blond S.ld ttanxutfcwt 5e.poonlalf/C tfe M, N

the homes among: the great. I can point to with pride. I been struck by one of Cupid's darts. Iru er-'WIel1 A Vfiem Free Corp Cuucun*ote PTOM Buck.. a.ua....etfiiW..,...rXHUf.y A.

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What is Going On in the Land cf the I I

Grapefruit and Pine I I

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At Apopka orange trees are bloom : I

ing very heavily. rI1yckJ & : --- i

W. T. Wells and R. W. Beaujean of ei aw I I Chewers who read the (Y/

Titusville are shipping some very fine x ,

pineapples.At t it w ; information given in this
11fI _3 t
Lake Helen the Lake Helen I

Poultry Company has been incorporated z :I space in next week's 1'

with William Andres as presi-1 I'I'i '
dent. I, : ; paper will Know why \ \
It is estimated that the shipments ; '

of pineapples this season to England I .: ..., THIS \\

will amount to about 8000 crates. i >" ...
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Shipments of tomatoes are still being -
trade from Kathleen. They are ... o I
netting the growers very fancy pric -
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Lake county growers near Volusia __ _i-. : ., __':-' :.-. 0' --'. 'Jt.<,'':::_ .'-" : ,'" <'"; '. I

have Over 700 cars of watermelonsand I I II II 'S tf
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Cantaloupes and are shipping in I '

carload lots.J. I A 6li E W C O Rfl E SR II i I -

L. Harrelson of Kathleen has I j

been hauling quite a few melons, I
which are of good size and fine flavor I INTRO, /'(TMX .VM n: TIE! WINS TO KEEP HIM IN I L11 ------------w--- -

and bring the top market price. ; OUR :,t1L'T! ( HE I.- WnTH HIS COST:; !
The early peach crop from Oka- .\YD HIS: KHrT:

humpkee has been marketed, and I I II II I T\I
We present herewith the picture of what has hitherto been a tran- I
while the crop was rather light, the II
gr in Marion county, but he and his posterity are now becoming familiar -
satisfactory re
growers report very I ..
I objects on many farms.
turns. I
J., Fur the introduction of this -'rang.'r, who 1 is:; t.'tined: ; to revolutionize !
The Tampa Bay Packing Companyis at less cost than cheap .to-
I houseat and make more profitable a great in'luatix! in Florida our
completing a large packing -A
is indebted the Palme'! Farms.
to "
St. Petersburg in order to take baccos. Chew what
The following history of "Lavender Lad." and his introduction into you
care of the orange crop in that vicin-
Marion conuty is taken from the Chicago Breeder's Gazette, and we

ity.The vegetable season at Wauchulais I _know will be read with interest by the readers of this paper. I! Know about and Know what rr

about over, and considering the six Xo more interesting illustration of the extraordinary efforts made

-months' drouth, the truckers feel by these pioneers in pure-blood introduction can be realted than the I you are chewing.I ,

that they have done exceedingly well. story of Lavender Lad,, chief herd bull at Palmetto Farm. In. 1905 I

The last of the early peaches has Mr. Z. C. Chambliss bought Lavender Lad and shipped him by express I
been Chipped from Lake Helen and 10 bis; farm. He is distinctly one of the very best sons of The

th(>-'I ter varieties are now being Ifld for Me. The site of a breeding pen was very fortunately se- I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY

marketed. The season has been very I lected on the highest knoll of this beautiful hammock farm, and logs
profitable. were hauled and burned over the ground to kill ticks and eggs. A i ,

Orange and grapefruit trees at Es- stout fence was built, with a guard fence to keep any of the herd from I,

tero are blooming and growers say contact with the bull. A shed was erected under a live oak tree, anda ,

that if they could have plenty of rain I breeding pen built adjoining the fenced-in lot. There Lavender Lad I Ii i

( that there are chances for a gOOd! has passed nearly two years of las life. When a cow is to be bred she -- --
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i is led into the breeding pen, crude oil is brushed over the chest, belly
It is reported that the orange crop I and legs of the bull and after service he is at once returned to his v vv
In Manatee county is being bought at quarantine pen. All this extraordinary effort in order that the best of My brother Will, e used to be ;"

$% per box and grapefruit at $3. This I the blood of the breed may he introduced into the dwarfed and scraw- The nicest kind of girl, ..

orange price seems a little bit too II I ny naiiw biock.Do! >.- the ivronl o'thotodu.trvprnta: ; duplicateaarctiuraara ? He wore a little dress like me

high to be true. -- -.,-- And had his hair in curl. The Globe Tlje Globe

Bridges Bros., of Coleman, up to a ...- .aa.a.ra aac ..asa a a ...,..a.a.ro. \\V played with dolls and tea set-

few days ago, had loaded 10 car of t j then, +tyr- arrl--- -

melons for which they had reon1 1 J i .\inl e\ery kind of toy:

over $:!OOO. They have quite a irr::.> | B ,i.! these good old\ times are gone

ber of cars yet to ship. -\\i1: turned into a boy. A Trea.t
Last week W. A. Shaddick of l.a I I". !
.VKuiii'M! !' made him little! suits
Lake loaded 773 melons into a r Ah: pockets in his pants,
which was shipped to Austin, Ni 1 ]N I
'* \:. i: oil off all his yellow curls
& ('o..\ New York. The melons\ i
\\1 .t.1: :-I'\lt them to my aunts, IDMillinery
aKd x to 45 pounds and Mr. S'i! i ;
A: ,i \Lii he was so pleased, I believe
dick dot $250 for the car. j .d ,
; :' almost: jumped with joy,
A good deal of orange bit! H mi '- i j
I t 1'i: 1 in'i.-t own I didn't like
making its appearance in the \niii j
\\ ill:l turned into a boy.
Ity of Volusia, and with a \\ar:1l: j I

4 summer, plenty of rain and a no..r al! 'j| V.i'i' uinv he plays with horrid tops

of fertilizer it is beliou-d !S I don't how I
application '. -i1 -'- : know. to spin
there will be a large crop. ; I And marbles than I try to shoot, I A/tAAAA

The tomato crop at Coleman this I: J MORE NEWCOMERS: But never hit nor win.
sea.son has far exceeded the expectations i And leapfrog-I can't give a "back"

of all growers. It was larger ::, i I I : Like Charlie, Frank or Roy. I We have lately received an immenselot

than expected and the prices better ; I Oh, no one knows how bad I feel
than for years. As a consequence the i II : Since Will has turned a boy. exceptionally pretty charming
prices of land at Coleman have gone .
up very materially. 't WEALTH OF THE COUNTY. ; I have to wear frocks just the same i II |: Ladies' Trimmed Hats. There are over

of Florida ex- I And now they're mostly white.

ceed/in The vegetable value the crops orange crop. It is I. Florida, perhaps has been ridiculed and lambasted by her visit- 1 I I have to sit and just be good 150 of them in all, almost everyone different -

a % |D known fact however, that cranks I: ors and funny writers more about her "razorbacKs" than any of her II I While Will can climb and fight,

: never brought into the state other native products, the native "cracker," perhaps, excepted. : But I must keep my dresses nine and the showing is fascinating in

anywhere near the amount of money I Thanks, however, to enterprising men like Whitworth, Gaitskill. I I And wear my hair in curls; :

that tomatoes potatoes, lettuce, cel- Gist and Guerrant, who are creating a new order of things here, the i And, worse-oh, worstest thing of allI :, the extreme.

t.ry. 'beans and melons are now bring- I Io days of his lordship, the "Razorback," are numbered, and the pic- have to stay a girl-Selected.! '

ing Xt-w York Produce News. ;. ture of the family, which is presented above-an accurate photograph I j I We believe every lady in town will
I of a litter of Red Durocs-is to take their place. But the Du- A Little Dollar ,

r The Hammock Lands of- Florida i I roc are not alone; the Red Jersey the Berkshire, the Chester White. i Just a little dollar on its mission i find great interest and pleasure in inspecting -

I the Guinea, and other favorites, are keeping the Duroc most excellent
sand I makes lot of each
Hut there is soil as well as t sent, a people glad
I j this glorious galaxy of Hats
in Florida. From Jacksonville takeover ; company. I time the coin is spent. You pay it to : ,
I Speaking of the development of the swine industry in Florida
into the central part of this curiously I i the butcher to give you strength: he :
shaped peninsular that projects I and especially Marion county, the Breeders' Gazette says: I takes it to the grocer, from whom it and we trust you will pay them an earlyvisit.
defiant I Ifublon "Time fails to tell of the astonishing development of the swine
in i :
into the Atlantic goes at length for some pretty bit of
industry in Florida. Ocala and several other towns have pork cur-
barrier I .
an insurmountable cloth or lace his better half to buy,
"razor-back" is doomed. Herds of Berkshires
ing establishments. The II'
against the confluence of the waters or helps to get her winter hat to
: and other breeds have We have marked them
Duroc-Jerseys, Chester Whites taken at
and the ocean. Make very very
of the gulf- I i make her rival sigh. The dry good! ,
the interior root and conditions are so favorable to their maintenance that the
your way southwesterly into i man sends on the coin to pay his
toward movement is already well under way that will wipe out that peculiar tempting prices. Seldom or never were
down is'
and turn t j market bill, and though the coin ,
native which has long been the object of derision in the pork-
that famed port for Cuban I type often it dollar sail!!
Tampa spent stays a ;
ine world. there better Millinery bargains offered in
shipping. When you come to Marion j I and every time 'tis spent at home
'A few months ago we would have asked: 'Can any good come
coiwi'fc. midway between Jacksonville; some act of good is done in "boom-
affirmative Ocala and the best of it all is that each
and Tampa drop off and study its !' out of Florida in the live stock line? An emphatic ;i ing" local industries ere setting of ,
must now be returned to the question. And it was only
hamuKiek lands. What is hammock answer !i the sun. But if you take that shining
r. about 4<) miles that came under investigation." I hat is exquisite example of
Of h-Wll- one county some one
Pitesihlv II t i
.'". lead' '''H_'' A_ corruption coin and break the local chain, the
mot-k, but a localism of the South rand ; chances are that from afar 'twill!! not
of its richest soils. ) ._ r of of this season's very latest modes.
a designation -- -- -- -- -- -- --- --- - -- : return again if once it passes Ot.:

Hammocks are hard wood lands in 'even those in the pine woods, possessa I Suffrage for Norwegian Women town, the butcher and the baker, the Come and See.

distinction from pine lands. They I' singular nutritive valuand: this I The good example of Finland ha s j grocer and the dry goods man, the

are of gently rolling contour, sugges-I brings us back to our buttons-which I I cook, the undertaker, the carriage
I been followed by Norway, which ha s AAAIV\frWi
live of the beautifully undulatingblue in this instance happen to be piney j !! wright, the blacksmith, everyone will
just granted suffrage to its wome:11
grass lands of Kentucky and woods cattle.-Chicago Breeder's]i lose the chance to touch that coin

Tennessee a little more pronounced Ii Iiin Gazette.A I on the same conditions which pr< ere the setting of the sun. Just keep THEULOBE

their elevations perhaps, but wooded vail with regard to municipal su f- I! the little coin at home, just keep it 0, r

thickly with various species of New Confectionery Business for frage, namely: that women then 1- moving well, and every time it : ,

oak hickory' magnolia and other Jacksonville.\ selves or their husbands, in order t o changes hands somebody's goods I OCALA FLA.

hard wood tret's.nd on such lands Messrs. F. W. King, of Jacksonville be entitled to vote, must have pai:d 'twill sell. That single it has thus ; I ,

you tend the native orange groves W. II. Arnold of Leesburg. and W. taxes for a year. Too new law give s !a wondrous power to make somebody I "If It's a Good ThiQg We Have It."

'1 that ooxered the great stretches of I! B. Fud er. of DeLand, will apply to the suffrage to all women 25 year'S better a dozen timesfan hour. It

country with their vivid greenery before Governor Broward for letters patent old, taxed on an income enjoyed b y I pays the bills and wards of ills, and 5

'- the hand of the improver with incorporating F. W. King & Co. of themselves or their husbands, <)f ne'er its power relaxes to soottv v'__ !

graft and bud turned them into profitable Jacksonville.The U13 in the cities and {Si in tfc,e I doctor, buy the coal and pay for the .

producers of luscious fruit. business to be transacted is to country. It creates a total of 2000+I clothes and taxes.-Anonymous. : -' .- ._ -

Here Is another chapter in the an- manufactnre confections of all kinds, It is not often that it is given i'-I I i

nals of this historic commonwealth I and to do a general wholesale, jobbing woman suffragists to see such swi:ft I The prosecution closed its case -

-thy orange grove proposition. and retail mercantile businessin results of their labors. The first wman against j William D. Haywood at Boise'd '

Th/* hammocks are not sufficiently confectionery of all kinds, drug suffrage society was organizein I I City Friday. The motion for pre- :, ROLLINS COLLEGEWINTER

briwVn and rugged to be called pic- store and soda fountain supplies, Christiana in 1SS5 the Nation;:il j emptory instructions for acquittal :

turesVei, they are rolling enough to throughout Florida and other states, Woman Suffrage Association of No rwas overruled by the court after it' PARK, FLA.

be called beautiful and to deservethe and to establish branch houses in way not until 1S9S. Tax paying vr 0had been argued at length by Mr. >I Offers superior advantages in high grade college, academy expression

word in all its attributes. And other places.Mr. men were given the municipal su;f. Richardson for the defense and Sen- >, cusic, art, business, stenography, and doav* tlc I.u .

they are fertile spots, they are real King, who is well known in rage in 1901. Now comes this fu,rator Borah for the state. The cased courses.

farming lands. Cotton, tobacco and Ocala, is the president and treasurer ther extension of the franchise, at I j was adjourned oved to Monday, when:i Most attractive, healthful and refined surrounding For full

turn are produced; indeed it is difficult of the new company. :Mr. Arnold there have been many minor victo Tthe', opening statements for the defense particulars: and room reservations, addressJ.

to name a product of the field! another member of the firm formerly ies of real importance. were made by Clarence: S. Dar- i
H. BRI 30X, or. W. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y,
('7 that cannot be grown, while the distinctly resided in this city. The new fim will I row. Following Mr. Darrow's ad-I Ocala, Fla. Orlando, Fja.
... Southern crops luxuriate infi be ready for business about the first The damaged crops send the pri<*e I dress the introduction of testimony I

fi rare abundance. The native grasses of August. of wheat skywards. I for Haywood was begun. i;


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E'{ BELLEVIEW HEARINGS Quick, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Fort and r l l REDDICK NEWS ITEMS MOSS BLUFF RED LETTER DAYA spent Monday at and around the lake. I I fish fries are daily ucrurr D4" .>uI

Mrs. Holtzclaw, Mr. Sam Cauthenand She enjoyed a picnic dinner, together -I I the river now.

: f fI. Special Cur. Ocala Banner: Mr. Oscar Hightower of Candler, Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Feast Fit for the Gods-Eloquenci with a few friends near her former ,I I.}lar ton Lodge No. 49' F 4 V M 1I.

The machinery: for tte Hilton Lum- :Mr.: Erin of Ocala and Mr. Veal of The promised rains of which v re Galore-A Mock Trial Destined home. She returned to Tampa on held quite an interesting nit-,-ting m/

s't ber Coiupauv has not arrived as ) Cotton Plant. Dr. Chace of Ocala !''spoke last week came on Monda y. to Become Famous. ; Tusday. I[ their ball last Satlrdayt'lun "-i

d and it is causing a great delay, 'et'l was expected to make an address I and the corn crop, which. was suffing 'rTbe annual picnic of the Monirn;.'.". '' Mr. E. B. Killarn leaves on Saturday -;; emplifying the work in tb>- ma-t- r a.

1.. everything i is ready to go to putting but did not get here. Some of his so much, has been saved. Takit Lg for Connecticut stopping at the I j degree. Their time of mnn ; i II i- "u
F. & Ale .. Is
No. 94.
Morning Star Lodge \
down the Ha hiner). It is hoped it friends were afraid he was lost in i|: it altogether, our farmers have litt Jamestown Exposition. 1 Saturday evening txfitrea, Ii f t I II

t tt will arrive shortly, as it has had the woods on the east side of the Ok :, to complain of, as regards the se a-I :M., was held at Moss Bluff the boon e I!j, Mrs. McLean and Mr. Harry Mcj I moon, or if the moon 1:1:!* <>u S41! s

plenty 01 time already to be here. lawaha, and proposed that we delay i i sons so far this year. lof the lodge June 22nd. :j!I Lean of Conant were callers at "Bon- day they meet that u.iv. All .Va-m. -

1f \ Born, to Tvlr. and )lrs. McKaskil, dinner but this motion was overruledand I I The vegetable season is a thing
Saturday night, a bouncing boy. all enjoyed a great feast. i I I the past and as we before stated tI ie i! for Masonry in Marion county, am d'I Melon shipping will soon be a thingr The new railroad i III proi *!-..,,.h.,

Mother ant Laby are doing nicely. It :Mrs.: J. C. Pillans has returned from : returns, as a rule, were remunerate fe'more! especially for the Morning Sta i of the past. i i nicely. The contrao'or-i for grad: i..r

r is reported me little one is named j; Madison, where she went to visit her !; for the larger growers, but we kn i i lodge. The attendance while onl!;t v, I j t Mr. Eugene Gates is in town. He :' Messrs. Walker Bros have mu d ,

Herbert Lee. mother, who has been very sick but |jof several parties, who only plant oed !I moderately large, was very enthusiaes s- recently returned from South Florida I' the Lee Grant ham house ..oi thtrt't. ..

:Mr.: Jam;; Hilton and wife left is now much improved. One of Madison i I from one to four acres to vegetabli 1 tic. where .he has been employed the last i be near their work They :..i.1 11.1't

Saturday for Northern points. Mr. county's most charming young'who are grumbling. For some shiI pi I All tbe visitors having arrived b;y few months. E. B. K. that trains will )be running! 1 b--r. ',

Hilton is always among our first to ladies came home with Mrs. Pillans. I| ments earaly in the season they i...1'!' 11 o'clock the Marion County Belo]a I two weeks.

come :tr.! last to leave. We hope to her with us be long but later hard AND McINTOSH n. H Bnn.- ul.
i Hope stay may ceived some money, ly Club. led by Messrs. Jack Snell nai II : EVINSTON BOARDMAN Friends of Mr. m >

see him back again soon. I and pleasant.Mr. enough to pay the expense of the fir C. J. Smith, went immediately int 0 ITEMS was so badly shot lint: wtt-k.' and -

Mrs. Lula Odem of this place has I! L. II. Pillans is home from shipments. Part of this is due session and in ten minutes had pre I now in the hospital at Ocma; It' .

been spend.ug the past week in the the sick list. Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
: Mattel on shippers consigning their produce toduced!|I and cut fifty melons, as fine a s i pleased to hear thatthe doru.-:

Brick City. Miss Agnes Holly has been visitingat firms they know nothing about i ever grt'As to the fate of thes,e Mr. J. Wolfeuden was called ono I t I! think they will hahim out again

Judge L. L. Hopkins made a business Lynne the past week. I stead of shipping it to the old reli na n-I melons and what transpired durin b;, business to Gainesville Saturday. i in two weeks. Mr. Unn-on lire,. u-a.:

trip to Ocala last week. Dr. Percy Lisk and Miss Nettie I ble commission houses. If they w I the next fifteen minutes we leave into ,e Mr. Will Johnson was called Fri i here, on the river

:Mrs.: Odem of Ocala has been visiting Lisk spent last Wednesday with the I let the smooth-tongued strange rs reader to imagine. I day to Georgia. to be with his wife, j! Mrs. Taylor of Liv' Oak. who In-

. her daughter, Mrs. Lanier, of i Misses Pillans, and in the afternoon I I alone who solicit for these new alI Id Next fallowed the public speaking, who is very ill. We are glad to learn been visiting her l brother:> tU.

this place, lor the past week. She went fishing and caught about fiftyof I unknown houses and stick to tho se; Sam Jones said of the Georgia peopi'e today that she is a little better. !I j Messrs. McLeod. of I I.f\ter, !.fla: -'

returned to Ocala Sunday, and re tribe. Mrs. Annie Smith of Boardman left 1
the finny that they know, from twenty-fi1 ve I that they could not cut a watermelo:n[ !j Saturday for her bom-

ported that she liked the City of Miss America Pillans left last Fri all thwon't last Monday for Quincy where she
years' experience: : are right, Oaks very uuch. We are always gladto Tallahassee to continue her will visit friends for week two.
day for find so much to complain a or
| Florida this procedure is reversed oho ]n[ graduated in a lawhtiol in IVnu -
hear people report that way. kindergarten; work.Ye were very I However, those of our farmers wl) Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Sampson have
account of the fine quality of the melt ]1 see is home with his parents for 4

M The shipping of watermelons still i sorry to see her leave. I let .the vegetable business alone alt.o- ons. gone to Quiney to visit their daughter rest spell. He will teach the F-llu l: *

continues judge Hopkins sold a carson and devote their attention Mrs. Richard Shaw. They will
gether i t Dr. Chace of Ocala was slated for i ship public school this winter w h< i.
the track Monday and Mr.: Nelson GRAHAMVILLE I field and stock also to in North Care
the some
ordinaray crops I! the orator of the day, but whether h go he will "hang up his .-Mugm! rl 1",
is loading this week. The melon the who olina Tennessee for about two
forging or
raising are ones are
failed to leave Ocala or was lost in L Brick City I *
I II as an attorney at 1/
vines were about dead but the rains Special Cor. Ocala Banner: ahead financially. I weeks before returning home the alt.
the woods as he failed to appear during 1
of a few days ago have revived them The picnic on the 21st at Scrub I :Mr.: Carl Wilson arrived unexpectedly the day. we anxiously wait tc ter part of August. FLEMINGTON

greatly. Lake was a success. All of Graham- -on last Friday and remained learn. Mrs. C. H. Price and four childrenof Special Cor. Ocala Banner:

The party at Mr. Tremere's last ville there. Anthony, Oxford and when Palm the
was with us until Monday he re- West Beach arrived at
Mr. Richard. Ervin of the Ocala The farmers veryy much ">nj-,.,. d|
Friday night was a success, and was I Ocala were well represented. turned to. Bohemia, Fla., where he is I home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.
and rains
Banner was called on spokebriefly good here Monday and Tu--
:t greatly enjoyed by all. Quite a num'l The day which:: marked the day engaged with the Pensacola Tar and benefits M. Richardson. After visiting thema '
I of the pleasures and day evenings.Mr. .
ber were present, and games when Mrs. Henry W. Perkins turned Turpentine Company. Carl has as while they will visit Mr. and Mrs.
j: derived from fraternal orders, and Judson Burt of South Carolina: v \
dulged in for a while, then the pianopla'er .her C9th milestone was an ideal one, many friends in this vicinity as any II. C. Price at Mclntosh.
I was followed by Mr. Clarence J. visited his uncle Mr !M. J'hit.' ,
was put on, and several played /and the picnic was a grand success young man who ever lived here. Asa Mrs. J. A. McCarley has gone to :
Smith, the law-giver of Lake Weir, last Sunday.
with the same, and some excellent <:as grand as the "heap big feasts" celebrated business man for one of his age I South Carolina for a month or so to
who took for his subject "Florida'sGreatest ) Several of our peopl- .are eiiM-fiing
f music was enjoyed, as Mr. Tremere i by the Indians on the same one rarely ever finds his equal and Public see if she can regain her health.
Institution-the to take in the
I excursion to South'
has fine assortment of The
( a pieces. I grounds an hundred years ago. Bob
l his nack of making friends is equalto McCarley left for Georgia last
School. Mr. Smith spoke at lengthon Carolina next week
,t I young people then decided to go out !I Miss Nettie Lisk spent one day last his business attainments.We Saturday where he will again engagein
the duties of the teachers toward Messrs.
; Clarence thirty and J
r.r. into tbe moonlight and play, as it ;week with the Misses Pillans at Elec ru
hear that Dr. Walter Nichols of the peach packing business.
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I beautiful and j the school as to preparation and Metcalf of DunnHlon visited o ir
was a moonlight night, i
tra. Fort Drain is sick. Rev. Mr.
quite Humphries was badly
I the duties of the parentto burg last
qualification. week.
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all wt-nt fran the house into the I
yard Mr. William Counts and Miss Rebecca I
I 1, : The entertainment announced for of hurt last Saturday week in the collision -
the teacher and pupil, also cor- Mrs. Viola Smoak of Duuuellou
j for quite a while. Mrs. Tremere soon i i-
i iannmmt.td Counts were in Ocala Sunday.
Tuesday evening of this week under I between the Citra and freightcars
j poral punishment and its good re- visiting her mother. .Mr31 r ;
refreshments at the din- : tray
.f I' 1 '. They were the guests of Mrs. Tom J the auspices of the W. C. T. L., had I| suits and how better results mightbe near Micanopy junction that he I this week.
1C Ing roomv5iich was heard distinctly -
Barnes at the Glenwood. on South to be postponed on account of a heavy !' has called in his appointments for a I
t and suiting the action to the obtained, feelingly relating cases The deputy tax mllfctor t ihu-t<
} Magnolia.Col. rain that j time the
on evening, but will observation. Mr.Smith's at Presbyterian church,
word all enjoyed ice cold lemonadeand from personal ling to finish his! work this It",'K
1 I R. F. Rogers has returned I be held on Thursday evening. the I, and has gone to his family at Wins-
cake. At a late hour all left. I the metropo-j f! speech was greeted with a Mrs. O. Pant has h..u on thei i< k
t from his recent trip to 27th inst. boro, Ga. .
wishing :Mr. and Mrs. Tremere much I storm of applause and will long be list for the past week hut if '4 'i
II lis. Hon. M. L. Payne was on our Mrs. :McElvie of Gainesville is visiting
i prosperity, and thanking them for remembered on the banks of the rag- again. J
I Miss Maggie Sewell went to Ocala afternoon shaking tt1.
ii I streets on Tuesday her daughter, Mrs. Ida Smith,
i the party, and hoping it will not belong 'II I Saturday to do some shopping.Mr. hands with his old friends. Increasing ing Oklawaha as one full of wisdom of McIntosh. Mr. H. W. NHtU-s i> again bgrt t this .1' J

.I before we may have the pleas-i Henry Mason came in Satur and practical advice. sawmill. H,- wh" wantn.. 1.1 -, ion
and hard work has not Miss Lillie
age Walkup has
gone offI
Bro. W. E. Martin begged to be ex- call
lire of enjoying; another. : I him.
day to spend a few days with his interfered with his riotous, jolly tem for a summer vacation. While away
I i iBELLEVIEW cused, promising to serve some othertime. Miss 'J
Allie Math
family. Mr. Mason is with the Wil- wwho! ha- to? I
I I she will visit friends in Atlanta and :
: ITEMS I his territory per.C. quite sick for tht J past yes! .1.! !'l
E son Cypress Company, j M. Cam will- start his canning !I Next was dinner, and each of the attend the Jamestown Exposition.Dr. conalci'iit. r -

being from the lakes to Welaka. He ,; factory the 27th. He only s I Ito Cliff
on has
expects j
Watermelons have had quite a drop | good ladies had brought enough for Ayer put out his sign.
i! I is a timber expert, and his services from 15,0). ) to 20.000 and Sev ral of our VOMII-': i .tiI'|ii'- ,air I
in put to
the !last few days as they went: up ,themselves and everybody else. Im- expects practice dentistry inclntosh.
the i pate uoinu; to the enil..thai: | ,i I' I flownhip ,
i are wrr'aluable: to company. | this This enterprise has been I
from $:?("" a car down to $50. But year. agine the good things your mother
n, It Sunil.ivDon's : 1
j successful from the time Mr. Cam ;
the farmers are still shipping.
| minutes used to cook and add Oklawaha trout
: iht- .
turret .
II I'u
I Iii.\ at
The weather for the last few days 1 1I I started it severalears ago. He by the bushel and have that (jin- FORT McCOY NEWS NOTES
i I doctor Percy Lisk, the other : you ]next[ Fn.Iav.! l.o.XlJ: ; 1.1-: '
has been very warm and rain is bad-i village I.finds a ready sale for all the tomatoes ner-five wagon loads of the best Special Cor. Ocala Banner: I j'
ly needed, as the crops are dying for :, day. After a "howdy-do" we inquired he can can, which at the prices food in Marion county! Turpentine men are being hit hard W. C. T. U. Picnic -
at Willicton
want of water. as to the health of the com :prevailing, leaves him a handsome by the continuous drouth
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I After dinner the men became boys as '
Wi'IiM-m! I'.t, '
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; doctor that :;
and the replied
Mrs. John I munity, profit aboall besides the the
Brown left Monday with expenses I again and indulged in a mock trial. farmers and truckers. It requires "
i Fo till Editor Oral.i! I'-,
few the sick list :-n-i
Her two children for a visit with her 1 there were very on i qualify,I is much superior to that generally Jack Snell volunteered to be the vic- rain to make the trees run gum the I
a The river is"ery low, so low that !i The annual \\ C T I |I'11 i .
sold in ThereMould
sister Atlantic grocery :stores. ; 1
and will -
City, probably same as it does to make
John and
I' tim, Lewis, high sheriff. Dr. corn '
t ak '
windlas'freely pIu( IhIsar ,
< ,
1 the William Howard uses her ] be t. i i..t in *ih
go to California before returning :; a cannery in every section for the cotton grow. Thousands of pine ,
Henry attorney state '
I t own park atVi!: .. i
'[ on some of the curves. where I-MH I'li I II .t'
and visit her mother tomatoes are raised for market -
and father. : trees are dying for
want of
E. Martin for defendant. It water,
Pat Randall's "cabbage cutter' the 11 was a i I l ev. N .\ Mytr-: a 1'1.! ,in '.
I work the fruit! left after it I I
t Just how long she will be away is to up and how stock get water in the
]plain case of hog stealing the evidence Of ,
i Kissiminec..
which is !I. '
tVinona.\ having a propeller o-
known. We know that no: longer to ship it. Tomatoes :
.1 not Mr. B.I' pays I I was mrlmpea'-hable.: Dr. Henry woods is a puzzle. The Oklawaha heday.and.\'I. .. .
will be I lower in the water than the stern abour the onanie': that it will'' i <,11,1,
Her face ire "
lonely. will river
,; smiling ] made a l la that would make the is as low as it has been known :
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II I wheel is disabled until the water attend the pirn''t. at. I ,. I.
be missed on our streets. Ii .>ato. can in Florida. The other' be for ..
: to manay It
]members of the Oi-a'.a! bar sit up and years. is so low fi
Mr. J. A. Freeman and wife and rises Mrs. Everett Mills made a fiy- states hlthe: a.l\image! in this.trines II
| ; that it has forced the
i f i I take notice whil" Brother Martin did fish from the Picnic at O'ange
fi daughter, Ethel, and son, Zebbie, "is- !i i ng trip to Marion's metropolis Wed-i! ]' : owing to the larger amount ;( [ swamps and Springs
i : well for the i-fVnse.! and won the people are catching A big pidncwill i- II d! .< I.
ited relatives at Shady Grove Sunday lesday. I t+f fruit raised anti s=':eli longer seu- more of them than I
\ I case, as Jack had brought the hog to was ever known
Springs on July the foiin' I Iobdy I.
Mrs. Quigg and Miss Hilda Mills of j !
and spent! a most enjoyable day. : =ous. From Savannah north tomato I
before. A
t the picnic. w.I!1 cooked and seasoned party runnings two Ii
spinners i is invited
.H.I I II'ell
: roiw
!Miami are visit relatives and friends '
Rev. Sirdefield i from -
filled the pulpit "annfrt: > can run July until ; 1
j which way a bribe the jury could not one day last week caught sev t filled baskets Al'heir .. ',
I here Sunday afternoon and at Can-18 it Grahamville.! i f rost lcils!: the plains i enty-five fine i !
trout and
ithsTand. a genuine ,
t baHnn.'i"! "' ,0/!. ,
Those half-tone cus in recent isues ,
dler Sunday evening.Mr. Kill the time of has come
f ,, j year After the iti:l! the lodge went aloft fi-h: fry on Ui" river bank: Pnvarf :t i :":1'b) 1 i ( i', .
of the Banner "
PolJ "s family and Mr. M. R. 5Dr'ant's Daily are mighty x when neighbors: fal! out and ii ;lrilout
I t:o care for the goat and transact oth-
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family and Mr. Sam Bar- ine. They are worth a whole lot to'a: one man's hog* g.-tting in the. s .
b eIther r business; of importance, which !
rett's family are enjoying a fishing j Ocala and Marion county. The Banc; ] man's fit'f: l Abetter plan! 'i ,
: closed the -nTf'rtainmeur it"ihe hy.: !
and hunting trip on the beautiful i ler is always on the spot with the'v would be to go to work now and re- !' '

shores of Late! Weir.ELECTRA best> there is. i!' 11I lair'our fences. So Inner -as,: n'iri- -, Long may i's memory Ii\'\:.DICK. DIRECT fRO! i OUR? DISTILLERY

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Florida We thin!
is state.
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ITEMS it the best state in the Union. If w? i i
ought to maintain lawful fences. The'
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think that much of our peninsuia:!r ,
fences in Marion
; county cost morenthan I

:i. Special Cor. Ocala Banner: now, what will we think of it wheithe i thrte times as much as all the. I I WillOW tlALf

ah :.' Electra and Moss Bluff crops an' Everglades are drained, an II stock in the county. and fences need Special Cor. Ocala Banner: r
The of this
still I people section < ;
suffering for rain. thousands of settlers
new move ii 1 frequent i 7 Jit
more repairing here than '! .
pleased to hear of the good fortunewhich
The Morning Star lodge of Fre I
has befallen our popularra >
Masons held their first annual picniat ers
never up fences so long I tion agent at Weirsdale, Mr. Wm. D
the Electra school
house and lodge country. CHATTEN CHUM. | they! can find I
as thatI
a pine sapling
s in for his bri-l-
Harnage, winning
room on June :22. It was well
attended I will split into rails.: However,
I we !'
Miss Ella Bay Howell of Leesburi
and everyone seemed to havegood a WHISKEY
FAIRFIELD ITEMS are all democratic. and the majority 'II
time. in the aftrnoon a mock. daughter of Dr. and :Mrs. Howf-I:i
rules without :
court held: and all s protest.; This happy event took place at t'-:
especially enjoyed I
Special Cor. Ocala Banner Max Wilson's

the trial! of A. J. Snell, accused 1 1 Fairfield is getting its share: of wei t t .I Monday: evening was birthday a joyous party occa1 ont home of the bride Tuesday morni; .- i- '
June 25.? after FULL
of stealing a hog. The Hon. C. J. : : Shortly the ceremoMr. : \ EXPRESS
weather 1
now. sion. Those
invited I IIbY
of his: Sunday
i Smith of Lake Weir sat as judge, and II i were ( and Mrs. Harnage, accompan':. .!
Dr.ichols has been quite sid school class. The time
: until
Dr. Henry, also quite a number of their frig of Lake
: Weir, acted for the last few days. He is improving : vi.inisrht! was occupied with games, f PREPAID
as state's attorney, and Yr.: W. E. on tht: train for Weirsdale. S.
: some now, and we hope he will! music:; and ice cream. All! had a good I! .
eral of Mr: Hainan's friends i\ .. "
:Martin of :Moss Bluff : e!" l'; ; .
as counsel for "
I tho defense. Dr. Henry would .r soon be able to be out again. time. e BARKIS. on hand :o greet thu.i. after wi:: :.,. Cl"*<. ,.v .. ;'t: 1,."> :Til .Trk-* \ i .' ..V i : **:, : :i I 1: j
certainly Mrs. R. H. Scott was quite sick ,fi ,. ,
make a fine all} betook: ,:.?msehohe "\VWing. -,-, t- V/iLLOW DALE RYEl.t": > jn '. ttf'
lawyer. HIS examination N last Monday night. We are glad to I FT. McCOY'S ANNUAL BARBECUE I"I 1h.! rdinner ,.,' rved .r... s :vSSfci Vr\ .t anti;; if y vn ion.t fin i U all: r.c'i* n.t! t tfi
of wiinsses : w. .I 1 = '
was veryamus&g say she is much better I t't LHuu ever tasted!, semi! it hiCk to ur. -
now. .
Ltw and he made out a strong; / Fairfield is Fort McCoy, Fla.. Juen 25. 11K;. a general good time < !.j. ,1 by..,' t xs+.t' '". !usetiul your 5J.fe5 will be promptly .r. :.t ,

case to the jury. But Mr. Martin expecting a new saw- To the Editor Ocala Banner: !Their Leesburg frhIII-r .turned II'\ I-::1 t :h,it a fair offer?

l i mill telephone and concrete buildings Please to I' Rr::<::mbcr ve are cli-ii'.lfrs-:: : whenou ts '
nude it equally clear that there say your many readers the afternoon train. v--ijig: Mr. a!. i; >
was> ;; before very long. We are strid- that the Annual Barbecue I i ir< 'ti us >'>u save tlt' en'r1oUi j>rft! .. oi t'ui" itrs i- .
no in the given at .Mrs. Harnage a lon; aud happy v ::' t
hog ai-l
case only a Billy goat, ing forward.Mr. i avoid! all cLuut-: ad.lkf.1t.on.: You ,
and he wasn't stolen. When the case Mattie "Smoak s| this place under the auspices of the I age as together they glide down -the + :tl' sure of getting our whiskey: ju..t a... it o and (
'wife of Cemetery Association, will be Fri. 1 1., our distillery! without
was given to the jury they: soon I on river of life. ;, y t bjiiig t.iitrtd! \\nil .n .'
Florida are visiting relatives 'day, the 19th of I' '! it11 t ( ; v i- .
July. .
Committees Mr. '
and Mrs. Isaac Rawls are .A
brought in a verdict in which the de- en- I \
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here. lof it prefer
,I you
com .
arranagement have been I whiskey we < iH!! send! \'f a Jl
fendant was innocent, and both the The appointed jtertaining their son and daughter of t'Ja t fcmrfitllquartsotourALLArSINCLAifF'SCORSy f :
farmers of this h
vicinity are and they are hard |i t 't! |
prosecuting attorney and counsel for finishing at work to Memphis, Tenn. j I j WHISKEYiorS2B0, ,sI'rt'p.i.1. Y.tit.r t

defense were guilty, and required up their tomatoes this week.Don't make the day one long to be rememjbered Mrs. Frank Newport of Eastlake i... i buv a letter corn whiskey from an v body els-:! ,:t
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forget the Farmers'
Union is a any
t, return the hog to its former owner. as the "biggest and best" barbecue i. spending a few days with Mrs. C. S, : :' r'f
I to meet next: : Saturday evening, the I ever held in this section of Gates. cation or rust 'I
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IIil refunded
S' The case was then appealed until the 29thlr. : goes with ever., :;shipment make. Y*.J

.- : next annual picnic. The visitors ) the county. Speakers will be invited i Mrs. Groff is entertaining her sis-j: run no risk: when you deal with us as the owne >

l. I A. J. McLaughlin went to the to address the people on the top ter from Ocala. ,' I, of our company have resources of a million doIlaM

present were tho Hon. C. J. Smith, Brick City last Tuesday on business.Mr. ics of the day. ,, "IfTCR EEgO antI will do exactly as we say.
Everybody is
cordially Mr. John
Sigmon has again left for N 4.
and little daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Gibson, one of Irvine's II i I MACONGA !I .
successful invited to come and meet old the North. He THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO
Henry and Mrs. Jonas DrIggers and will stop en route at fI/ ...
merchants, was in our town this friends and make MACON CA.
new acquaintances.J. the Jamestown .

.i 1 daughter from Lake Weir, Mr. C. W. morning on business COW BOY. W. STEYE S. Oscar Shogren Exposition.Mrs. o f Tampa J' t Owner of Registered Distillery No. %9.. Swift Gal c.. J Jr !

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RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. John B, Stetson University
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II Oems Gleaned From the Teachingi The Tampa Tribune a day or two OUR SOCIETY EDITOR : Four alleges and Five Technical Schools

ago reported that a prisoner from DeLAXD, FLORIOA
of All Denominations.We
obtain p,-rf,vt r.-st when we are I, the convict camp of Hall and Bigham I: VISITS WASHINGTON CITY j jv : Affiliated with the University of Chicago.

In Larmony with Ht-rnal riiflueousuosn.IUV i had complained of harsh and cruel ,' .. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-Tte standards are those of the University

n. T. NVwtou, rousjrejpitional1st. ; I and examination found ; of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both
I rittsl.un treatment Trip Ui' tht'h''.-P'\l -I' -- M unit \ t'rI.G bit l\Yashinu-" ; .
Setson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs.
that the man's back was a mass of :I
An Important Need. i 1! : t. '!tt and t- Attractions i i.;. In.lt- :-tl thr : COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to prac-
Ti! ,tot: ',,.luvd is that a man should sores. '
tiiink, fur hiiii-elf.: decide for himself. \II I'I i City Beautiful. : tit law in Florida without examination.
!! be himself.
and. >
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" llr II F. Uall. XlrthodLst, Baltimore spector, as soon as he saw the statement i! Mechanical, Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses lead-

r A Prayer That Counts. I' in print, hastened to Tampa I On our recent trip to the James | innumerable wonderful things that ins to degrees. Fine new building costly equipment. i

Thorn is a r.iyc r that (cunir be put and had the man examiend by thecounty i town exposition we extended our trip we jaw and enjoyed, but it seems to COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Bookkeeping
Into words for which there is no di.\\I us that there cannot be any more by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective courses open In
physician and the case carefully the of the :
I I tlouary. It is locked uj in the r I j Washington capiaol ; entertaining and enjoyable city to ciher Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.

that Iruyer.-l.ypsy. Smith. EnglishEvangelist. I I I| says that it was true that the man's I I trip from Pine Beach. Va., through: 1 j, Washington and then not see everything Vale, Princeton, Cornell Michigan, Chicago! and all first class College

!! back was a mas of sores but that I II Hampton Roads on the Chespeake worth seeing, for truth to tell' NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS-I. Kindergarten in its own build
TM spirit To and Better influence Conditions.<>f tile power | those sores were not caused by the j jI I Bay and up the Potomac river, is an there is nothing there butwhat is ing. 2. Primary and Grammar School in separate building. Those schools

Christ must bi' manifest: I lash. He says it is true that the man I worth seeing. !i especially prepare Public School teachers.
ofjitis mire : ideally lovely one. It takes an entire+
Iu the daily life of the pejiiK1 itYt' ; was punished, but not severely. He i In the White House we went into MUSIC SCHOOL $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos, separate

noif for a letter condition either in the I refused absolutely to work and ,the I day; to make the trip and the boat, I the famous blue room and greenroom building, large faculty, thorough courses of study.

chun-h or state.: JeJ.. S. Caldwell. prison authorities tried other means I II are large and roomy, and this season the state dining room, through ART SCHOOL-New Studio. Costly casts, models, etc.

Methodist, Philadelphia.Value than the lash for three days, and at : of the year were crowded with) corridors where are displayed Stetson has a faculty of 4S professors and instructors. They hold degrees

of Child Life. I the end of that time used the lash asa ': pleasure seekers. En route. :Mount collections: of historic White House from the University of Chicago, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia,

The only thing that prevents this. I I last resort. After the tenth- stroke V-rnon, the home of the "Father of china, e'c., and beauutiful paintings, Toronto, Wake Forest, Louisville, Bowdoin, Utrecht, Bucknell., Univerrity

earth from becoming a hell is the perpetual jthe man said tat he would work if his Country" i is pa: :::d. Since the and in the east room where occurred of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over $$300,000.00

inflow of child life. We. can he was not whipped any more and death of the iui.iiortal Waangtoa; the notable wedding of Miss Alice i buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an

never there doubt are little that God children.Is love-so Rev.Ions Dr.as I not another stroke was given him.i,: no boa has paned this historic siiot! Roosevelt and11': Nicholas Long- endowed library of over 1:1,000'olumes: ; a beautiful chapel with costly fur-

Frank Trane, Congregationalist, Worcester and had he been a well man with i iI I Ii i without saluting. The salute! is returned \\orth. ishings, including stained glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a 10000.00 pipe

f Iasl). I firm flesh the whipping he received I by the tolling of the bell a11.nmt : Late in the: afternoon we sat on : organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatus; an enclosed Athletic Field

Life's Journey. would have left no scars. ; : \Vrnon the White House lawn and enjoyeda t unning track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides swimming -

Iliuaan life is a journey. Tin- r+'-rlmithrough : I :Mr. Lewis examined the tamps of The street car r:dw from Wa.sbing-: splendid concert given by the :Marine golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women;

which we move U uis-iiuwu: Messrs. Hall and Biguaru. and says ton to Mount rer:,->n i i- Ip.iof th+' I, Ban uuder the leadership of ten large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Mineralogy and

and largely unknowable land of that he found them in excellent con i most delightful: of ri"; many sitk' : LieutenantCilliam H. Santlemann.. : Biology; several large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, I

my.t,'ry. Any questions" as to the facts dition. The buildings and grounds 'trips from the citv. It is about six Several hundred persons took advantage steam heat, cement walks, shell roads broad avenues, spacious campus

of environments of existence lead usat I I are kept clean. The hour: v-s are supplied : tfc.n miles and ;to: ride through the of real summer weather and shrubbery and trees; social, literary, musical and other students' clubs; star

oiu-e into paths" that "run into I with water works and )porcelain country now whit! \\iti.. the exquis- ;lounged about on the White House lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location is beautiful
shrouded chambers realm of dark-
u4"-Rev. C. H. Buck Methodist,, I bath tubs almost big enough to i'e little field daSiff: and n.anj nth grounds. .lis'! >'ning to the music. : and healthful, and the expenses are low.

New York. I I bathe a horse: in, and That pcrsoiitle'eanlines : .-r wild\ flowers rur.inc riot. i? K tliihaimng Summer clothes, pretty girls and For catalogs views, folders and information, address the President.

was one of the rtquir- < .. The odors tired men helped to swell the au- ,
V. False and True Souls. ,, : : ; and refr- : LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph.D., Litt.D., LL.D., DeLand, Fla.
lr/ill the universe there is mj place I meats of the camps.; Every prsuns: -r ir mi field and hili art- fragrant an.!: dknce, and at 3vu; : < o'ciock when the

\\ luni false soul can Im saved or: !I is provided with a good, comfortable' 'fxHiirurins. first number was gi\.n. an enthuustaatic -

happy! and there Is no place where a t '! bed, white sheets. pillow\\ cas-s and The home Wa-hinz'-m: 0\-r10')1\5 ; thron-r: wa.present to encore

true soul can lie lost or miserable. a night shirt. The kitchen and llin.ring 'the Potomac. and i is of course, flu! the musicians.

{'n't'l:4lnd professions>> are only paper room are also cleanly and the ;i I principal point of intrivst to tin The congressional< :: library adjoins

currency, promises to pay, not good faraway r I food is well cooked substantial: and 'I tourist. It Is a l lovt-iy colonial horn*'. 1 the capitol groundThe foundations -,

( from home. Righteous character ; abundant. Mr. Lewis says, thai the i with beautifully kepi lawn garden:': : were laid in 1"8 and was completed
U the pure gold that will pass in all I '
the divine dominions.Hl'lush R. prisoners: : ia these camps are livingvery ';and orchards. The: house is filled with] in 1st7. the net cost-not including I
I much better than number of the site-being over six million
8blpl>>-n. Unitarian Atlanta, Ga. any interesting relics and ifurni; he( i
white people in the state outside ol' :' just as it was when ir was occupiPi I I dollars There are three stories I II
The Soul's Weight. I !
prisons. That they are not requires. Washington.. and a dome (which is of block copper py ,
The soul is a spirit !breathed into : I
man at the time of his creation. It i to perform impossible tasks and non*., I i! The tomb of Washington is i 2 covered with gold leaf) and has : J
of the of bat .1 nearly 2>ldoO+ windows, making it the 1 1If
bad no weight that scales' can dise\( ":r. prisoners complained : plain brick structure: above the: cat'
It is lighter than the ether. Jesus treatment except: d.? one already referred :, way on a marbl. slab: are ike( 1 best lighted library in the world. l

Christ put the soul in one side of thescale I, to, and he admitted that hi::i I j words: "Within this: : enclosure vas t I The mural decorations and inside : s 4. (

l and the whole world in the other I I' statements; were grossly exaggeratedThe : the! 'remains of General(; Georg" i finishings of' the library are beautiful iI' i-

and asked, 'What shall it profit a man county physician of Hills'.uir! :Washington: In The tomb are nviisaroopagi ) !beyond the power of description. I

if he ;gain the whole world and lose hip ough counry, who examined this priconer which contain the brxl. I' They have to be seen with the eye -
own !"uulT The soul weighs dowu all!
in with Mr. Lewis to be appreciated. No stretch of imagination -
the g.ld and pleasures of the world. company :::, ics of George an.l 1 :\;arha'ashing
j I has made a report of his findings. however !lively, can do justice ,
Rev.V.. A. Bartlett, Congregltionalist. : ion. 'IpY';
Chicago.: which are substantially as narrate;:1 :|i In such a city Washington it i,; to the interior of this wonderful
Sources of Happiness Common. above. |I almost impossible to describe th. i library.

Till I Mimi-s: of hpi pi iucss are not in I :Mr. Lewis is vigilant in ib her. i: many things of inf-re. On ever; I The beautiful pictures and statuesin .

what the tV\v have and the many formance of his duties and since h<' street i is history. and aside froii 1 the art gallery, the fittings and

crave but iu what all have in common.Happiness has been in office has summarily dismissed the most interesting: dry in _Arueri.1 adornments; the capitol the relics

comes not from idleness, as sevearl superintendents an<1 ca, the city itself is >o beautiful the t |. in the museum, to mention all! of I,
so many think; not from the opportunity is determined that there shall bp m)lit i delights the soul of every one. Th i which would fill a good sized uume. /:-
to sin and steal sin's pleasures, ,but unusual and cruel punishments, am I i beautiful !I .
streets are \'erbrdatl.l there art : '
in industry and work and manly effort FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK
where a prisoner is obedient am 1 i driveways t", er\'whl.'re. and th[ j i We went through the much talked
in the satisfaction of a Christian j BETWEEN
shows a willingness !to carry our tin '' of "hail of fame or "statuaryhall.
is adorn.tl with exqnUi'cl;:
character and conduct and in the joys : mire city
of fulfilling the requirements of proper I court's sentence, that he shall re- i beautiful shade tr.eand: the publi ." or "",cho hall!!," as it is sometimes J Jacksonville and New York

relationships not from the illicit. I revue no harsh treatment. and shal I i buildings fill one with awe by thei I' called Our guide at once asked I
This is the Bible's teaching, and this be well housed weIr clothed an I j size and magniti"%nee.'. Washineto[l us our state and when we told him Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
is the experience ,*f the ages.-Re- Dr. I well l fed, and when sick shall rect-ivi is already consit-red the most bear Florida he was sorry but he could ::! :: :! :' :::gLS.JJ t'A..SW:::: 5:3.: ;::::,

Walter Russell Breed Episcopalian, I good medical attention. I i tiful citin this country and tbei l' do nothing for. u.,. He seemed quite !I

Cleveland, O.C I Every year the prison camps o f !! main object now H to make it beat t. pleased wr>-n we told him that the I CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I NES '

Lesson For Daily Life. I j jPeter II Forida are becoming more and more tiful beyond compare and within th, recent legislature i had made an appropriation -

Tan is a sermon aside from the I i comfortable and the prisoners are re.- II next few years it is aid: that Wastlington J t. to have a bust of Gen. 1-RfcIOHT iKKVICK: BETWEEN

delightful delineation of a child world: i iof jceiving I I more humane treatment,.. 1 I will be second in beauty:: t..o E. Kirby Smith placed in this gallery Jacksonville, Boston and Providence "
i and all Eastern Points.
*Uu<-y. Peter is the quest of life j t '
: which facts we note with pleasure. I no city in the world.} Paris not e>, of statues.. .
ltl/ ideal and I
lIe is the great pos-
Calling at Chae: -ton Both Ways. j ,
relative the
i Icepted. A fact of interest to
ll,ility: for which we are all striving I J,
and somehow the possibility seems Amicable Relations Re-Establishec Under the leadership: of a compEtent ,- "hall of fame" is that it contains thee I SEMI .- w EIKLY; S.\ II. I X (,j s. *

ni",r,' real after seeing Peter and hear- .1' guide we went through th statue of a woman, Francis Elizabeth I From LeWis' Wharf, Boston.
In I: ::: him. Yes, we are even ready to The mo.Ius'ivendi between Oca a I library of congres.- the White Housi Willard of Illinois, the founder of : From foot Catharine St., Jacksonville
,U'l'.eve!: in fairies If Tinker Bell requires land Live Oala has been re-establishehe (i. the treasury building, the bureau c f'f the World's Woman's Christian: Tem- I

1 it-It it t* the best thing for : suaviter in modo has been snatc l-! printing and eneraving. the Was)1. I peranace Union the only woman j Clyde St. Johns River Line.

Tiuk,'r. Underneath all this is a practical t?d from impending peril the velvilove I ington monument, the national ml 1I- who has thus been honored. I

lesson for daily living. If Peter i; has again been drawn over tl e II I seum. the Corcoran art gallery an d I In the senate chamber and the :I. Between Jacksonville and Sanford
Pan i-heers cs with the eternal youth
and Joy lot ts live as if life were actually I, ]mailed fist of Editor Harris, and tl e ( the First Methodist church whet'e house we were shown the seats oc- s::;: ?; at !'..13.bZ tr, 3eesi! I r.r e, I 3.:: rr .:.e:'=ei.<.t

that. The result will be more I two gem cities can now resume .11 1 President McKinley and many oth r cupied by the members from Florida. ; I. : ::; :: s ::::5 !i.i7e:.
living, less t'xistin-nev. Fred Alban i J generous emulation without em i i of the presidents have worshippei d. i| Our short visit to Washington wasi :

Well Unitarian: Chicago. like a pair of thoroughbreds rack g : In this short article it would be a i!I most a delightful one and will alwaysI I Steamer, CITY OF JACKSONVILLE

Christlike Friendship.This for the purse while the cute litt e I: absolute impossibility to recount th i be a pleasant memory to our party. I Is appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville Sundays, Tuesdays and

friendship of Christ is not like,jockeys on their backs cease t 0 !; .. |. Thursdays, 0:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays
the affection between brothers or the taunt and revile each other and d4 I -- -- ---- --- 1 and Frid ays, 9:30' a. m.

love between husband and wife. It rote themselves strictly to busines:3. i 1 The Mystery of a Ring. 1 i'; Nature Fakirs

comes nearer being like a mother's love !.I The Ocala Banner concedes the al c'1\ One day last winter while Mrs. D. The lyre bird sits on his lofty perch, South-Bound SCHEDULE North-Bound "
for her child. We might; say that mother curacy of the census returns as t:.01V.J.i And he chatters uneasily, "Gee:" Read down. Read up.
loIs! almost a perfect love but ; Dunbar wa preparing to work up
found a l i Live Oak. but lets itself down ea We've had quite enough : Leave 3 30 p. m. . .Jacksonville . . Arrive 2 00 a. m.
even iu that there wabe ,, : bread dough she hung a seal. Masonicr
t-l naturalist stuff
trateot self approbation, which is I) by insisting that because its po;, I Of this Leave 8 45 p.m. . . Palatka . . Leave S 00 p. ELi
not to be found in that perfect ; master gets a few dollars more pE> 'I ring which belonged to her father on And I fear they will monkey wit;l i! Leave 3 00 a.m. . . . Astor . . Leave 3 30 p. ELi

>h-i -tlie perfect love that friend-I annum than our Live Oak postmast?r a nail in the kitchen. Later in the me!" i I . . .Beresford (DeLand) . Leave 100 p. m.Arrive .

for us and we may have for him. It is''j Ocala is thereby put in the lead ; 151 I day she went for the ring and it was :, 8 30 a. m . . Sanford . . .leave 9 30 a. m.

the love that oasteth out all fear the a center of general excellence ai: ti;,, gone: and not until the other day did \ Printers and publishers will tab:-> Arrive 10 00 a. m . . .Enterprise . . .Leave 10 00 a. m.
lose that makes us want Christ to bej! argument to vanishing point ai id !i! she recover it.. It was taken from'; note that Governor Broward has '\'e+ I

honored at a disadvantage to ourselves'I begs the question on all issues of i the nail by a woodpecker it is :::ups. : toed tbr bill which was passed at th ;E Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St., Jacksonville: F .a.- -J .j 1

if need be, for did he not live on this substance between the two chit posed, as it was found in a wood- recent session= of the l legislature goierning '- -----

earth three and thirty years at a dis- But let it all go And let us shut t1! pecker's: hole in an e'.ectric: light pole ;; and providing for letting stat < F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. i

adt.mtage; to himself that we might. I temple of Janus seeing that tI le on North Boulevard the first of the ;: printing conrracts. which will lean :, JOHN PENDREL, T. P. A., A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A.
forevermoreBey.Dr. I
Loaored in
? Presbyterian.I I Banner has disclaimed all envy I or\\'eek.-\-olusia: County R ord. :1 the whoie; matter in the hands of th:: Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 35 N. R., New York.
S. Edward Young
Pitt-bnrg. jealousy of Live Oak. and invites 1 Sl i i il board of state institutions to manii"' (10. H. TAYLOR, Pass Traffic Mgr. C. C. BROWN, Gen'l. Pass. Ant, '

Effective Preaching. I over to the calm pastoral joys ai '<* '' Knows More than Burr. 1] elate just as they please, as before.-- 230 Broadway, New York.
an moonlight concerts of Ocala wb>n i Tallahassee True Democrat. L. D. JONES, T. F. A. L S. SCROBLE, C. A.
to produce
Power is capability .
It is stated upon what appears to
; ] Jacksonville, Fla. Leesburg, Fla.
efftvt." !but what effesr? Pulpit powerIs we are weary of the metropolit LD that Hon. John 'I
capability to produce that effect for rush of our own city and need tl le be reliable authority That Western farmer who claim:s >,Y. G. COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A.
which above all other thinS the pulpit I peace and repose of a less strenuo[IS :i L. Morgan will not be a candidate commis-i to that a cyclone carried his cow a quai'. i Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 35 N. R., New York.

educational I.succeed himself as railroad mile and her on hi s i C. P. LOVELL, Ac Jacksonville, Fla.
stand There is an power community.-Live Oak Democrat. ter of a : dropped i
\ of the pulpit and a reformatory power, I sioner. This decision means a dis- II neighbor's farm was doubtless tryinto "7.,

) and a political power and a literary I The tobacco farms of Mr. H. : I. !tinct loss to the people of the entire I relate the incident so as to sac,e': _
power, and a sacerdotal power, but all state, as Mr. Morgan is the only com-
feelings.AtlantJournal. :
Taylor and the Fraleigh-Smith C x, his neighbor's
these are subordinate to the one great I I missioner we have had in years that
of town are t ie i
the western edge
end of saving men. Effective preaching on i knows a railroad spike from a loco- i McMillan Bros.
which draws crowds; popular places these days, and I jn
is that
: not the of
,; when it comes to cost I
mmoti'e The Little Ones
the circus does that. Effective preaching Sundays are visited by large nu and
I Is not that which wins human bers of our people. The editor w as j constructing equipping operat- Thus far Messrs. Burr and Gilchr Southern Copper Worksi
White Springs Kerch :
praise; the hero on the football field i one of the visitors last Sunday, awe :1(| t i ing a railroad.- I are the only avowed candidates fc :;

\ dot jp that. Effective preaching Is not i were conducted through be la.*. I the governorship. But the big gam et i

f than which attracts wealth and fashIon farms and had things explained to i 1 S. 1 No. 1 has as yet scarcely started.-Palatk.Manufacturers i of Turpentine Stills
; ; Vie horse !how does that. Effective II The tobacco crops appear to be ia i The Magic Herald.
: preaching is not that which produces rei I; Number three is a wonderful mascot -
clapping of hands or floods of I' splendid condition, and planters z,. i for Geo. IL Parris, of Cedar Grove and General Metal Workers.
tears: ; the theater does that. Effective sanguine that they will make a 1 Ilg : Me.. according to a letter which I Most Extravagant Ever
preaching accomplish any or all success. Harvesting will begin at : reads: "After suffering much with i The Florida legislative session (It
may of be I liver and kidney trouble, and becon- Old Stills taken in exchange for ones. Patching
of thevi things incidentally but its both farms the latter pan t 19yT was the most extravagant se,;
; discouraged by the failure -
end and mission is far higher-namely. present week.Madison New Ent ?ring to greatly find relief, I tried Electric Bitters sicn ever held in Florida.-Apalach i- through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

, ,.,. to draw men to Christ and to build prise. |; and as a result an a well man I cola Times.: ,, wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
-f them up in him. Pulpit power is i>ow- Mrs Taylor is an ex-Ocalaite. a id 'today. The first bottle relieved and I, follcwing works .
II ** er to make bad men good and good it noted that be '' three bottles completed the cure." Mr John N C Stockton is no' :
men better by enthroning Jesus Christ we are glad to of see his push and ent ir. Guaranteed best on earth for stomach 1 pesidrnt of the Ortega company Se:: FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA
In their hearn.ReDr.. David F. Me- has: lost none liver and kidney troubles. by Tydicgs MOBILE ALAI
Ca.: oid urganizaton JACKSONVILLE FLA
GUI Presbyterian, Allegheny, Pa. i I prise. & Co, druggists. 50c) ato ?

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: ..:\ .I, ,f... { \ (iI; >. :,/ 1 '\ ,;'t< :: t> A r. ,.t.. i. lit '" ,I ; . . . Grant 1 to Park sees 7 and 1sI I-. ?!< 1 1 1'I

i. :.''. '. '; I'L,: i'"..I' r. .:.. ,Ir- ... 0\\, .t eJ. ..r ', :\tf" >" !; fA (r:..} \lit . . n 1-?. of .se 1-4 of nw 1-4 and .
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Oca':-'s Paved Streets i ;-,]: : ,] -.1 4! '- ';, -: !..tJJ I },Q i I (,llD Flrn ,; t!! t fj 'I Mary E :Smith. sw 1-4 of se 1of nw 1-4 I Ii I :- :!, 1 .,.

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The .1.\ : :'eet of Ocala a2 rugat & Mayo.Thos '1 ,
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fix Lj! :ln.i i hate cost:: tbCiTY i ; $7- I --- : !: ; 1-4 of 1. 1. 1117.::" ju:: \ j
Wilson.iTnos . . . e ;3-1 and! sw 1'-
50n. Tb" '. ,t-t deposits of Jim "tonE' ; and 1I -t 1
I The Breed r';; Gazette printed a it one roam of 14 by :''; e<-t. The !..;:]1- 1 : over :strips: ; of lath (to ke.T'i I Wilson. . . se: 1-4 of ne 1-4 ne. 1"1- '. ...,. 3 N 1
and clay i::, and around Ocala make I t -outside!' of se 14lot . . } :.-
it p+,.- ",r the city to secure pav- t Chicago:..: is: the most, popular :,Wf"k !l l'uun h.s Ill) ib:> dourYj! J ,rail!;L I the wire from contact. with the slieot-j. i"! of WC Eagleton. :2 and fractl lot 4. .: ', I. _I : .-.. -
wnich: vvr..j: i.-1; nar.ly: ; be u.-td aspaie -> a Engrg) and plastered' : two coars 01 f 1 Heirs iots 1 toa inc Hatch 'r's
fed SI!' < .' ..i as reasonable a price farm publication in tL<' United State :ij p Philips . -
i room!? <. '.-. -" -roni. ran bfrown -' ;; fine plaster.: The roof may be cut \I :subof: n 1't: lot 4Ca ->
as I'-' -'t :.:\ any city in the soirh.i I II and is an authority for anx'rr'hi ) : -; r I I well's ad Ocala -
,. i i mtj '' '.: ":;\in:; rj..... it m>''r : rreu v ith !,oirioa j roofing itt |
The :: :,i<-i! : used makes an excellent ., i : : ." Mitchell's[ rt'tit i d ad i
lating to the ftocL; fjim, >:;: -..im.a- '' . . 1 lot ), >
i In ; Edwards.
I ]: ] .' a be'. ca:f r, i;'.il.iii': : .J : rk-ed. unit-,; s-hingles! ; are very cheap.! i, W, J . I Ito
;:tree ;iu.-as well and wears ten- ; .. Otala. '
i CuolI1jch: : .-' iO ', S o.'t .. (.r' >-. n'a 1 :: tiuir! *. frl,r' 1 jorl.n: ; of il-t cot--1;; a i i it would be quite a cost to shineiarch :e j} E. i.! CARNEY, TC: >- .tcr
aciouXresl ;11' }luisini and
: prim val |i II .
: ; ..' of Hci !jor Chitty ar' a.rnor.tH! q": --. |I'i.r'. l.Mnr; M-C. 1 1' ".i\, !,- fttc.A ; an exparxof: roof. The con- I .- T ,.. ... r. ...--.......,
> 110: 'ts r are paced ___ _. ._ _" .L r...A -.
t.i.J Iiaii "r't tcie Ihin ', position Cu.l': (\:?n :.u I > uso--1 at any- '
k I II > :: ruomi'e !
to ifci {'i / limits! wh 're th;\v con- ions of law. ? : .
[ ( ? ae--; t-J :'.tr} 1 l' il C-o'e"'j'where: fior; SJ o ';": s' pry; square., J laid. j
eti' : hard roads I : : rooir.s. .
net : n : : adiucj to The editor of this poj.-zlar! nne.Tirola. ; : j .iOOh i4N.....h..NN'MNN
different to '15 and settlements in 1 I t 'u jy 1.] f- :?, .1.:1 a barn room. Ali [ If ;)'_.",'pr L_ fiiiis'i isto 1.-.1. it would be i /Ot'NiAN+"ii3it3ia8

i ." fniucl'd to \ 5a ilaiioil c',> :ii;' n f--t' ".,1 ". .- bail i\iil 1 V' i.. id'1 j' It ri! paint 'i('r '.'''d:' red giving the HOUSE.HOGAN Ii.
the oount> :akin accv-- to thciiy ; > < : ; : BIG MAIL ORDER i

ven eu-;:' :1,: the farmers and other !i i t the pasr Minter, and like hundrtdtt I a ecu. rlicnt: -. TheIHU: !: i.;n::: hat ; aiiggts-tion, 01 a : d\ tile; effect. Ot'i ii OCALfi'S .

i who prefer I'j reside in the country. ] othf-r. i.bo:: cumand look wlih;! !1 annFl'aIre ai.-o off [the rr..r P:1'(,!h. i course tile \\md, : ; tePibut prrttirr t.ih ; .

1 t Some of t'I" most pleasing drives j i I their own Yl's. fell in love; with oat hi.coit2i': : t h.v: : ';"' r:; C.lu.!; :.- 1 to i I) i it would ii''kt a rich man to lay !; A> :

: ? one would ere to take may !I'f had entire Faction. an'5 erjr-c-a'ly b:i \Ii. r-. 'v. .tl:,:in: i ;i; r, ;.'i'i! '.:,. ir-' !!l ja rile root on 5'a <'ortaae., and rC G. D. ( t

in and aro-!i'l Ocala: tar exteiii\e' : !! fill Lake V'tir. 1',1' an i kal w:1'111': :i -::1,(!! .-:01't'! :.i ;'K>> ;l.t n T:.I., .; inu' :: i :l.n build :!:li:,;t'!' or winter :home s !

system of god roads, trine Art-sib home, and h,' did not do a thing but .-!ena"lii'nT: : next n i: '..i; ('":.1! lIch: :rrt.+ iifeten: ;:iou; than the slmph.r I I. t

and natural scenery making out- ,' ouy a lot on its shores and hits gheeJa : en. In ca.-e a c:c:.Iar; is pea nn'It! 'r th : cottage !li('vy i11 !; lnltt-il. 1 4

ings of this! kind< very enjoyable. conirace for tap: building of whataiu COFa.p tJi:, st. .J" IKm (:,:11 Ja. thm I ni' Econo.iilo: ? in d-cl'.'.'.n can be! apple 1.;!! Having purchased the saloon properly fl'rultrl: :

Mercantile! d Industrial Review of i _.. it operated byV.. J. McGrath and made mar.v: : iinproveinents :
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.' I r = .::7 -:;:. _' ::.---_ :,:- .' ,:,-. --=- :' --c'J- ='"-- :;: _----z .. ... i on same, I am now prepared to !handii:

-.. ? Lake Harris Canal. { c ;:i- .- o -mail orders with the greatest facility. The Llr- c v i t

f I Fc-3.cn ---'-- """" : i riety of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Beers, Etc. 111 !I \\ *

An incident of considerable importance .
:,, carried enables me to fill the order of everyone! :MI: i
in :he history of Lees'mrs .. ;
occurred ihib morning. It was the 1 ----""= -- -:. ---::.___,:L: __-=::..:: =-- "== "' ':;:--::-_ : ', .-- short notice. The premises are now fitted up, ejiecia'ly : 1

arrival from Yalaba in Prof. H. E. I I J { c:4; for this class of the business, and your iders..; will 1 :

Barclay's launch of a party consisting I II :ni : be* filled the came day they are received and flipped ,
of Hon. and Mrs. J. P. Godfrey, I j 1:1: :: itG.! .' rL: t x:.' :.!L.Y ,:-: !.... Ii : on the first train. In your next order include :

Miss ,c .. :. ; '4J" Iii Cp .. : .
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r Hogan's Rye
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'- / The Best Goods on the Market *
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openedpleasui 4 i

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to use I
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LatlDrakf J ,, .. > -I'I' I I. If Oldest Wljis I ey f House in Central Ftorida i !

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5 ,i''j I t's: .-r':dPT's,; l b.. Irooll. The! pant'y by modifications that will readily !;

II isMS: : i"i :::1'" rear porch: ?nd c 4i]ii i- 5ilgge-st tfoernsehv: ] *. The porches ;
..1If i- '' :ar'it: !;,., can i't i i Iowa a.on-'k: :, may be narrowed in width. They are

}\:\i L! .- iaitiThe -. now 12 feet wide in: front, !0 feet on American Wire Fencing,

t"\'fini: :is ,nv of the Ell:.t'fsides; and S feet ia the rear. Or

t tt- of tLtO'l M-iun! .style afar: its; ; 'g-her; but that vould (?tract from |iI
I Paints. Oils and Varnishes
'I: IW:,5 ai'l'xl l 111'\,1 jiorrb.H-5 on tie.- ctrl>-:s: the appearance of the cottage.: The ,

ie m :a'aiu'l I ;ai'i.: ; l jiroKctioii fi'om uprt'iit; : replaces could !be omitted and Mill and

Ulpnaieu. fir, :1conipf is!, -'m; or I b: "t'ina: : raiiis i : Tl,. r,'ur porcht .-:earl chimneys co-U substituted: Mining Supplies, .

Net ,":, .s r.-t: avf-t-'t I. al'hotuh: t'.iaf f. at'm, : Ii' fetter rooms are needed! the Snpplie:,
.-jiiiifi iooriJa: '-e inly u'i-L.'j;:: Lf tarri'il all] around t!': i i :is room tied the! storeroom: and th.

i-j ,,. ?___ _"at'i an al'ranI'11: 'n, i,:: 1 h .'is- a no :s'-eat: additional!;;; expersp. stream's room can ?b< om.uc.i it..-' \ Improved Farming T( oM.

ison New Juterprise. raui.and art' sn-",'|>'i;!J.':> of no T! :I-r. ..uhts! t'p hi.!!M.: FO that theiin irlv kitchen muv-1 CUT in purru:
( i
1: i&caiions to .sunar> :.nir i.i.d- U- .:'.- ":-'m in tni\S< i-.tl-ru: diliaU'ha s rite 1re uroor?s. Or tae bathroom: can I GET OUR PRICES

Damages F '.:d at Five ThousandThe j j last""r. 'lai! tar! -v ar'i;' Ilip..J! ;.- t f ace--; tlr.vi;ih tLt uin-lows. .icy. be- cat cut, i,':*, ii; (' i ('ndu.cin m',., ,

r''l1\'yin \.tlia!)'i- < ': j- -ro"M: :: -,," '- ; :! t\it-;:o n>r ro.i'fori. in c:;l.tI'T'LIIll .-e''! era builuir.whmLrr! foi teui'>or.|:''; I
,,, '. I Il Marion
ci'court !>: : .J' --i.11 Hardware
,: :'1' f'.r a \\ i-i-: l 'L -t -,','i:.. -r c't'citTfor '. ;,;\! : : -i;: TI! t' L'at u: TeLf : or l gaged near!. I the \\ ?<.-k in h.jann,.; : ,!
for a dUEa'i.! : :_< Jor a.1:! hf'-y.'ur t iSIM...:-. !1. j. :>ii Gp; i cirart betv.itnir ::l ; rhe cou\.nicnre aivl sanitation ofE
the d\"il-:1' for daaiaet.s of :Xi 1'". i "
round u:- t 1 Iiy: a faJiy: of r 'o 0, 1:1'1': '';;[ seer! ;h.' c>..:Eni through l'] )'1- 1| such a room.
Brahhamt.: : the A. C. L. rail! '-- --- .. -- -. .
three, or e\en Jar:_:. r.'i M- in u- is: ",* \ nrila'or.] and tRrt ;:::iT'ue! cot of this comaall! vary -- ,
way. li i is 5 'd the
? Lt'torn"JIlh, : i
j T 1t' jnr.md floor'ji.i. 1: .5 in-- 1. r.f} -.i ; :LI' rear porc':1. A with the ;pil'-es: of lumber and labor.: i i 0 _
very r'nc au"nents;, Mr. King ___ '
ei-: 1!! 4N lij: L'7 fr'ct 1:1e: In,!!; hi: :i nr i\-\t: r'"n-'t.: !;r'l' : I of the h, *ui< air: ;, and according! to the interior : nih.1 ;111 .1 l
fort being specially logical and
boost is dn.L-i; in'a i\; inz ::1ro' '_ ,- The f-utsde finish 11. A.
I'il'j ini ) : i: < two op..niniJ1 aidJ ]t plaster is cheaper I i Spencer L. E.
forceful. The ease was given to the !' t Lang J, A, Bouvicrnouncement
i 14 by :.'" fit, a dining room 14 by 10 J i j much to comfo.':. il-:sings: may be: : than the ordinary form of sheeting j
jury about ,> o'clock Friday ai tt'rnoon.1 t
j iVt-t. and a N-.i rom 12: by 14 fe et.any!' drtired: hiht from :i4 to 1- feK.e ;. ; and weather boarding but whether |
and after about an hour's de'sberation : r tr
Posts and a ceiling beam mark t !; This elevation affords a floe 'ppl! ,cheaper than dro siding or shiplapr I An
they rerl! red a verdict in favorof i ;
division b ?\H'l'n the Jiving room and I : amity for tu mn of outside piss; ; depends on circumstances. For
the plaintiff for $;)HIIlI. The suit t I
i the dining room, and portit re: m ayerve finish. It was especially de>infd for summer cottage use it could be ,
was for $:ar/> 'o.Extravagant. WP have
I s to further give two-room effr cry: s-uoh fin-h: It ('an't> sheeted up[I I i boarded up and battened like a barnch I just purchase: the splendidly) | i ,.1

and Farcical or all evidences of division may beoaiitud \:'ith n.i'-rh l b< ,ard.and: he in i on the outside and finished; up with I M machinery plant of the Yonge and dine"CompaU ,

I and l the entire space left as; |I mesh pu '.rr- nerihn: ata'le; : <1 on The one coat of inside pas-ter.] I a.rid[ solicit a share of the 11
From a'.l: accounts the rect'ntes.; I repair work of Marion uiid[

sion of the legislature: has gone into I -----__-_n- _-_-.--_--.-_-_-_-_ ._-_-_- ____ _.. .---- -----... ----.-- -- .._-..!..- ----.----- -_.- .---.-- adjoining counties. We make a specialty of |I
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history as the most extravagant and Ordered Cut Down and Burned I John W. Watson is a name often f Long sermons are not always I I steam pumps, gas engines etc. ft

farcical affair that.er afflicted the I l I Let( us quote .,
II State Horticultural CommissionerEl l I heard in connection with the gubersuccession. best. A long sermon ordinairly! indicates you priri ,.
state of Fiofi ,1. The entire session I I

was characterized by the quibbling : wood Cooper has taken drastic'I na'orial Mr. Watson is I lack of preparation. A half I Ii
over small affairs; :: and the shelving of measures to abate the menace of the an abV: nan and would make the i hour's getting right :down to the core Ocala Gas
nearly every measure which was calculated Florida white fly in North CaJiiornia.as i. state a lOO: sc\-'rnor-Starlie: T j is about as much as the average con- i!'
t to be of benefit to the witness this I
general note from
Sacramento #
/ ;: egraph. Tae: Telegraph? is ri;ht. i gregat n appreciates. And whaT the ; 1
I public.-Estero Eagle.H. last Tuesday: Company
t and if ilrVa' -Ij:1 will just enter i people want is spiritual food-.'omi,

Sate Horticultural; Commission..' [Jthe race r.-r,...hR. Hudson Burr, tom'-etthing[ I that L
will strengthen them for
Ocala arrived Cooper has -.J
onWednesday gone to :Marysville 10 -nstiiaic _!!<"
aI..tat a in< rrv jicir-: :: ;r. will be. the lat;>s of life.-Southern: Chris '
: and was sworn imo the a quarantine of the orange ''Eirr.
an .uipuraiionist w The
-itian Advocate.i :: .
office of city police the same i! groves in that i -- --
day. \iciniry that have b-" r. i _. ..
;; qiKk and to the core, and Wats; Gam. -
Test evening he arrested a drunken attacked by tht.w i,,' fiy pest. T:\- j ttiB 9ab tt .
a !} vd in the woo! corporauon'st.L Senator ForaLei i e sill! -taudmg : OtiZ4400090i0199.07.40.
man for being asleep on private pro p- i i".y! tas been in a f." .\- Marys\;;::1-' ? a Or440ii00i99......... -,
> : (1' coua", ; the :IJ'E.thE' il\ciitr.: : bthosc c.of'l: soldiers: who shot .
erty. He was placed ia the lock-u groves, for two : WANT BIG
p yeaCommissionr?
-Miami[ )It'fofJoi: up the town of BroTnsville.! The1'I f: CffOPS !USE IDEAL
t and given a hearing Thursday morning Coop-, after iny. <:'-arln?. ordered' ; J FEpj1LZE| i :
l -i Avl l 0:1 wh'oli .-St. Petersburg lcdtpndertd : all o:-anac. lemon. I ,
i"jihc-lo. grapefruit would the people of Florida find( l.t'l.: wl':: Lrnz: '..'ru no'orkty. H.> i] J )| OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU i
and hybrid trtvani all: H
cyrisa : you? \j. a rank corporation: a rank; a ;lin.'l'] tf r. '! 'FLORID.nGETABI.ES"A
and ja-urine bushes :!1 the ::1 com. I
cityi'f i "tmSI
i ornionbt,
:; or on the midil> pk-te ruiA1OESBook
*, manual 'd'
:\ i on Florida .
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retry seedy They were ground. :as favoring: a man that be- Remarkable Rescue. crop "Soil, seed, Planting and Cult,
are no aa cx found to be badly: infested with L9 I ra I
.$ r .1COt. out with tup'rr CtIti the 1ieves in giving both the corporations That truth is stranger than fiction!I \ "FLORIDA tion, Effect of FerUlizere. Digging
white fly.It's I : ORANGES"-Book:;
of V
ration they assure ryue..e s
and the 1 "
\ from the start. Isers save no people a square deal?- has once more been demonstrated in > vspecial interest to Shipping. *
doubts at planting not dear drastic, to be sure, but the Pensacola Journal. orange grow- "PINEAPPLE
the little town of Fedora TennM the i J era. FERTILIZING"-Of t
pointments at harve-t. Get white fly must be stamped out
at any ''residence of C. V. Pepper. He writes: j ji : special interest to pineapple

: cost. Its presence in the state any- Hurrah for Florida i, "I was in bed entirely disabled with :j growers. .
i.ir L j'j'for where, north or south, menaces an industry Editor Straub I STPaNiEr.RiES"'IDEAL :
y gives Florida a good 11 I hemorrhages of the lungs and throat i! :t Ik.oklet- FERTIUZEKS"-13ouk .
that on oil!, Varieties
brings ;
$20,000,000 into character. He says in the St Petersburg : 'I Doctors had failed to help me and all \ Cul all of our different brands

he state every year.-RedlandsI Times that there was no fouler hope had fled when: : I began taking I Ii i < tivation and Fertilization. ses, prices analy i
biggest, surest, best crops- !Cal.) Citrograph! i Dr. King's New Discovery. Then In-H! t
at all dealers. Famous for over blot in Florida history than the failure I New and rl'i'ed! ,;jitjon of the
stant relief The coughing above
came. e
Soyears. 1907 Seed Annuals of < Just published, free for t'z
the legislature to divide Hills- ackittg. .
diminished !
free on toques:. i I )Ir. Arthur ; the bleeding rap-I
.. 0. M. FERRY A CO.,. Glass, formerly division borough county. So long as nothing idly, and in three weeks I was WILSON &
Detroit, Mich. superintendent of the A C. L., worse than that can be pointed out go to work. Guaranteed cure for FERILTIZER COMPANY i

j is now with the Tampa Northern and coughs and colds.. 50c and $1.00. at t J
we may all continue to feel of
i is living in Brooksville. Tydings & Co.'s drug store. Trial bottle FLA.

the state.-Times.'Lnion. free.. 09KNNiNN....... 1
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I Application for Tar Deed
%&"?&* I E. L. Wartman, of Citra, was Of Application for Tax Deed Under i Under ,
Section S of
j Chapter 4SSS,
RL3\4 v8& conspicuous among the visitors in Section S, of Chapter 4SSS, i ii Laws of Florida. I 5

Ocala Saturday. Laws of Florida.
//\'t'' I i i I Notice is hereby given that W. P. J
I Notice is hereby given that J. Linn I
II I i Ii I Williamson purchaser of tax certfi-
} 'tfvJ i Mr. Harry Baxter, of Candler, purchaser of tax certificates No. Ii j31
cates No. 341
and 479, dated the 5th
: spent a portion of Saturday in Ocala I and 1174, dated the 5th day yof June, t
.. I day of June, A. D. 1905, has filed said
rt with friends. A. D. 1903; has filed said certificates
I II certificates in my office, and has made rr
a in my office, and has made application
I Ir
application for tax deed to issue in accordance
'. | Dr. Henry and Mr. W. H. Moore, I for tax deed to issue in accordancewith with law. Said certificates G

were among the representatives from law. Said certificates embrace embrace the
following described
Lake Weir in the I prop.
city Saturday. the following described property sit.
erty situated in Marion county, Florida
uated in Marion county, Florida, to-
to-wit: Southeast 1-4 of lot 3, section .
Mr.J. J.
Williams, the well known wit: Lots 2, 5 and 7, May wood, sec
j 20, township 13 south, 23!
I i merchant of Homosassa, was in Ocala range r
/ tions 13-21
township 17 south,
k: range east, 10 acres; lot S, section 17, township .
Saturday. He was enroute home 26 east, 9 lot 12
By universal Red Rock I from acres; Maywood, 13 south, range 25 east!: 40 acres.
testimony ,, a trip to Atlanta. sections 13-24 township 17 south, The said land being assessed at the

r Fruit Punch has been awarded ,: Mrs. Xic Barco of Crysal River range The 26 said east land, 5 being acres.assessed at the date of the issuance of such certificates

the palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness andy !i was shopping in Ocala Wednesday. date of the issuance of such certifi M. in the name of Unknown and A. '
I Harvey.
success to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordance j I!iof While Mrs.in J.the Walter city Bishop.she was the guest cates in the name of J. A. Angell anc Unless said certificates shall be redeemed

with the following: I I A. W. Post. according to law, tax deed

FORMULA I )1 r. Harry Wilcox and Miss Mamie Unless said certificates shall be redeemed will issue thereon on the 8th day of
I according to law, tax deed
.'" (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests) Wilcox, after a brief visit in Ocala, will issue thereon on the 8th day of July A. D. 1907 ,

<> 8 ORANGES G LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE left yesterday for their home at Wilcox -I July, A. D. 1907 Witness my official signature and

:is 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE I on the WitMacoochee river. I Witness omcial seal this the 6th day of June, A. D.
my signature and
I *; 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES I I seal this the 6th day of June. A. D. 1907.Seal
Mr..1.. A. Tillman and Mr. John ) S. T. SISTRTJXK,
Crush oranges and lemons chop pineapple fine cover with 1907.
sugar, both of Clerk Circuit
Tompkins, Sumterville, were Court, Marion Co., PH.
allow to stand for 3 hours out the and add I (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK
press juice to this juice the among the pleasant visitors in Ocala I 6-7 By H. D. Foy, Jr., D. C.
"V pint of cherries and of Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
plenty cracked ice. Just before serving add i a day or so ago. and were callers at n _

t the four quarts of Red Rock. our office. t" 6-7 By II. B. Foy, Jr.,' D. C. I NOTICEOf .

.9 Rev. T. H. Sistrunk, pastor of the NOTICEOf Application for Tax Deed Under

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---- --- """ --- :Methodist church at Reddick, and Section 8, of Chapter 4S8S,
THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO.: Wh3'esals Distributors, Ocala, Fla. Application for Tax Deed Under
Dr. P. Burgin of McIntosh, were numbered Section 8 of Chapter 4SSS. Lawsof Laws of Florida.

-- -- I Notice is
- - among our visitors Wednes- Florida. hereby given that J. S.
Notice is hereby given that T. E. Grantbam, purchaser of tax certifiCates
'J :I ,A. jVtIJtt.J.t W tf..tt... ;;'W,,'I,f"M./ A4" I day. I Pritchett and J. B. Martin, purchasers No. 304, 305 and 306, dated the
of tax certificate No. 2136, dated
< I Mr. William L. Gray, who has the 1st day of July A. D. 19
't.. 11 ({ I! !been assisting Mr. George Williamsfor filed said certificate in my office and said certificates in my office, and has

}LTkU4 f? < several years, returned to Ocala have made application for tax deedto made application for tax deed to issuein
issue in accordance with law.
fAG 1Keatiiig accordance with law. Said certificates
after vacation of
j .. .10. ( yesterday a a couple Said certificate embraces the follow
embrace the described
of months. ing described property situated in

\ :Marion county, Florida to-wit: West property situated in Marion coun

} Mrs. H. .Haycraft and daughter half of southeast quarter of south- ty, Florida, towitortheast 14 of
east quarter of southeast ,
Miss: :: Ethel pleasant people of Ocala quarter northwest 1-4, and northwest 1-4 of
and east half of southwest quarterof
& CompanySuccessors I are in Inverness this week the guests I southeast quarter of southeast southeast 1-4, section 9, township 13

i of G. I. Singleton and wife.-Citrus quarter and 6.38 chains north and south, range 23 east, SO acres; north

f/ County Chronicle. south by 4.50 chains east and west 1-4 of southwest 1-4, section 10, township .
in southeast corner of southeast
13 south, range 23 east, 40 acres;
quarter of southeast quarter, section
to Strauss & Co. Mr. Frank L.. Watson, who is now 25, township 16 south range 23, northeast 1-4 of southwest 1-t. section f

:actively engaged in the real estate east-12.87 acres. The said land being 10, township 13 south, range 23
assessed at the date of the issu-
east, 40 acres.
business in Jacksonville, was numbered
of such certificate in the
ance name The said land being assessed at the
Ocala's visitors Satur-
I among of unknown. Unless said certificate
l day. shall be redeemed according to law, date of the issuance of such certifi
tax deed will issue thereon on the cates in tbe name of F. Lang & Son,

Mrs. C. E. Ball and children came 29th day of July, A. D. 1907. Henning L. & I. Co., and Unknown.

_. _. home Saturday from a visit of a week Witness my official signature and Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
'- -: ------- -moa s seal this the 25th day of June, A. D.
at Lake Weir. They came home 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK, according to law, tax deed

S ( sooner than they had intended on account Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. will issue thereon on the 8th day of

Ocala FloridaCASE of the illness of Mr. Ball 6-28 By H. B. Foy, Jr.. D. C. July, \. D. 1907 if

NOTICEIn Witness my official signature and
l .
Mr. Will Clark and his seal this the 6th day of June, A. D.

t- WHISKEY. CASE WHISKEY. have gone to Tennessee to mother I the Circuit Court of too Fifth Judicial -
I-'PJCIAl-OUR 1907.Seal
Circuit of Florida in and
) S. T.
Per Gallon. summer. Mr. Clark was stricken SISTRUNK.

} Star Rye . . . . ,1.:'" j Per Qt. Bottle. paralysis several months and for Marion County-In I Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
Kfd Rock Rye . . . IT" 1 __ ago Chancery.
Keystone . . ''"". . _.u,1 QUART OpFERI ti.-lle .r'Ie. . . .. ..$ .: has not yet entirely regained his William S. Haselden Complainant, 6-7 By II. B. Foy, Jr., D. C.

Belle Isle . . . . 2.5\11$I ( MM BB MIMJFOR King of Kentucky . .. 75 health. vs. Mary Haselden Defendant

Log Cabin . .. . . 3.0o $) 90 Uncle Joe . . . . ..1.00 Order for Constructive NOTICEOf
} Heating's Pride ... .. . 3. Oi Strauss Royal Reserve . 1.00 Service
: Monogram . .. .oo .. 3.50I'nole I \\ t:! \\J11 >,-lit! ], eipreslull old Rye . . .oo. 1.00 Mr. T. B. Lanier, who is called by It is ordered that the defendant Application for Tax Deed Under
Joe .. . .. .. . 3.50Pilgrimage Uld Harvest Cora .. .. . 1.00
: . .. . . . 4.0oKern 1 l't'llall.-s{ 4 qiiartaot Pilgrimage . . .. .. 1.25 the Orlando papers, the "governor of herein named, towitIary Hasel Section S of Chapter 4S88, Lawsof
Hill . . . . 5 STRAUSS' Cascade . . . .. 1.25. Lake county," has been visiting in den, be and she is hereby required to Florida.
I X LFOR"$150" oo.
} Strauss 7C . . . . White Oak . . .. . .. 1.25 Ocala the week. He returnedto appear to the bill of complaint in this
CORN WHISKEY. I Fern Hill .. .. . 'OO 1.50 during cause on or before :Monday the 5th Notice is hereby given that William
Tennessee Corn . . . .$1.50 I Strauss' 76 . .. . . 1.50 I his home at Tavares Wednesday day of August, 19117. E. Tonner, purchaser of tax certifiCate
. 1. 3 : ;, Oscar in bond It is further ordered that a
; North Carolina Corn : exress'Old Pepper (not ) 1.50 afternoon.The copyof .
F staiHsville Corn . . "-.00 I'e; w .11.1 1 ( '"- .'."' . . . . . 1,50M.untain S this order be published once a No. 265, dated the 7th day of Au.gust
Corn . .. . 2.50 I!Iprepa.d 14 tull I I (juarts ofISTHAUSS Black: and White Scotch . . 2.00 week for four consecutive weeks in A. D. 1899, has filed said certificate

old Harvest Cora ... 3.00 ROYAL ; ill. Vernon . .. .. oo. . 1.75GIN. ( district conference of the the Ocala Banner, a newspaper published t: in my office, and has made application

I GIN.Svan :| Methodist: church will meet at Coleman in said county and state. for tax deed: to issue in accordance -

Gin . . .. . .$1.5'l RESERVEVe Friday and will last over Sun This :26th day of June 1907.
Tom Gin . .'' . .. . 1.,:) I __ :: ___ i Per Qt. Bottle. I S. T. SISTRUNK. with law. Said certificate
Holland Gin ... . 2.00 I i day. Rev. R. V. Atkisson and Rev.F. embraces the following described
FOR London Dock Gin .. . .$ .75 Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.E
Crown Gin . . . .. 2.HO. I J .0 ;,, Tom Gin .. . . . 1.00 R. Bridges, and others of ttis city 6-28 By H. D. Palmer, D. C. property situated in Marion county.
Perfection Gin . .. . .. 3.00 '
( I will send1: full qts. Holland Gin : . . . .. 1.00 will attend the conference.Mr. EDWIN SPENCER Florida, to-wit: Com at a pt ;0 Iks w '
RUM. I Phosphate Gin . .. . 1.50 Solicitor.
New England Rum . . .$2.50 OLDHARVEST Booth Tom Gin . . . .1.:10 Complainant's of ne cor, lot (6 i, sub of G. I. F. Clarkjrant
. . . .3.00 : Ben E. Raysor is responsible
t Jamaica Hum MALT WHISKEY. Nctice to Creditors tp 12, s, r 22, e, thence w 431chss10chsw5chss6.45cht
BRANDY. } CORNj i for the statement that Mr. Waldo
!I' Per Qt. Bottle. e

Blackberry Brandy . . .$1.501 j J he best {guoti.to be Duffy's Pure Malt . . .$1.00 :Martin cleaned up $20,000 on his can- Notice is hereby given to all cred- 5.40; chs, s 5.22 chs e 3.S0 chs n :1.6T

f Apple Brandy . . . 3.00 i' had for th'1 n.Ont'y. Bowman's . . . . 1.00 taloupe and bean crops. This will be itors, legatees, distributees and all hs 12
(: acres.
Peach Brandy . . .3.00 ;
California Cognac . . . 3.0" SWEET GOODS good news to the many friends ofthis I other persons having claims or de- The said land being assessed at
t I;FOR $b.CC Per Gal. mands against the estate of HerbertA.
__. WINE. Peach and Honey "a" grade $1.50 popular young gentleman.Mr. i iI Ford, deceased, late of Ocala, Marion he: date of the issuance of such cer-
('atawabaYine . . .$1.50 j I We will: send exj.ie>s Peach and Honey "aa" grade 2.00 the
County, Florida, to present t:ificate in the name of Cbas. V. Hill-
Port Wine . . . . 1.50 I prepalu lull quarts of Rock and Rye "a" grade ? 1.50 II H. Whitworth of the Hiawatha I
Blackberry Wine . . grade . .2.00 :same to the undersigned within two rer. Unless said certificate stall be
j Sherry Wine . . . . 1.50 J 1I AU JS FJ\MOJIS Orange Brandy"ace". . . 3.00 Farms was in Ocala yesterday I :years from this date. redeemed according to law, tax deed

Imported Port Wine . . ....It.. :r Banana! Brandy . . . 3.00 anil,i aid that the Ocala Banner is GEORGE H. FORD,
; linport-'d Sherry Wine . . 4.<)K)) 7sI t\y- :Apruut Brandy . . . 3.00 CECELIA WHITE FORD will issue thereon on the 17th day o!
good work in giving promi
I doing a
-- -- _. ---.-. EMILY: FORD STOTESBURT, rune, A. D. 1907.
nence to Marion county's new-com- ,As Executors of the last Will and Witness my official signature and

to-wit: her new importations of of Herbert A. Ford, De
11 ers Testament tal this the 16th day of May, A. D.
fine fine hogs and fine sheep. I ceased.
: rows
711050 1eatthg & Go.r Ocala, Florida, Feby **, 1907. 1 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK,

S. Ocala! was signally honored at the 6-78t Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Pte.

:late good roads convention at Pen SPECIAL NOTICE 5-17 By II. B. FOY, Jr., D. C.

< Hon. H. W. Long was elected !
JTM3 -::('oa. I NOTICE
, Oca.ao; r ioridaNature's president of the association and I have located at Citra, Fla., for the II'

, r Ocala] was elected as the place for
} practice of medicine and surgery. My I For Publication. Department of -he
hulling! the next convention. office is located on the east side of
>> Interior. Land Office at Gaine

.. r p :\r"" t.r"<, .J f' ,;!: i4 I'.1' <'-' ',)" ,:.' .4\l "ft;; A; VVVVANAu I Greeley street, in the little cottage I ville, Fla., May 20, 1907.
, i! Mr: L. T. Izlar'and her cousin, first door north of Mr. C. W. Dri'er'scloth.ing Notice is hereby given that Will .1:1li
____ ._, _
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of Ga.. i
MrHilton, Augusta. came and just
--- ---- --- --- -- I and dry goods store, i
, Ardis of Belleview, Fla., has filed r; >
back Saturday afternoon from a I oposite City Park. All calls day or i
,' _w f 4' j # tice of his intention to make final !Ji i i. >
; \ lt'-I": ...''''W''M tH .I week's visit with friends at New I night will be promptly responded to.
.. : !,?, A year proof in support of his. ,:;,
; 'i
;.. \; .f ;<; "" ;tJ ..:. Iz.1 I
,,.. ., ..._ the East Coast. Mrs.
.., .. --,; a t.s.dzSlCe t) Smyrna, on Telephone calls for the present will viz: Homestead entry No. 314' : i"

...- r-!!>:> :T- I lar expresses herself as being very I be received and delivered by central i! .
'I. .. ?" SOKITHS3s ,.,'. March 25, 1902, for the BO-: -!
1 t,: '.:. ", : r rttit K I much delighted witt that at depot of S. A. L. railroad, Citra, | quarter of southeast / .: n
; '''' : ) quarter
t"f y'a\ Tit. "
".... ..'__' r._..._-.l !h..."'!._... I. ,on!-O':1{.. of Florida. II I j II Fla. Respectfully: j 28, township 16, south, range :::-' i- '

y. d'"Ya ri 1 1 / '.'., i'.rn: .t islet:, +o rr. r r ....". .::.{ i G-14-lni M. M. COXXER. D. and that said proof will be n,;< ;" ; ..
if'CU b '"
'.' 4 d.1n'n ;:) -r-' Ocala: has as good churches as any i! '
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e. iF'h $ fore Clerk Circuit Court at Oca .1 J'.a

,, g\, '.;,, nMct.jrQi.r fct-ju... city of its size has any use for. There j, r 11 C1"TT ER ,2tl d 1L.n.f'.t CIA 1' f': on July 5, 1907.
lc'U BSiBr, 3 tf are the Methodist, Baptist, Pesbyte-l i
t -j !: 7 He names the following witneusi.,
:! .m' ::1\"" :A'l: Jewish and ..r'9Jf'--." ..._ .: ____ -.. "
Catholitl .Jt" --
,. ; rian, Episcopal .... .
"t 1: t-O' ;:'JJt. '''If 'Jr -- .. .' to his continuous residence .
w', prove .
r .. .. #
I ._ .. ,
:"' ;< I., .. .'. =' ...,:? b.. Jirry The substantial to>- A 4 4 a _M..., _.,i' -
ti\ buildings ,
Christian. are j
' : ''' -r.1
.'h"" (otton1l'G,:! n c r "1. J ..t-'to.J .f'1"'' ..'.:.'. ?_> ,:.r J;! 'f on, and cultivation cf, the Ia.nd.is:
k-r __ I '.t i", "....'.'.'"C'''O',''\.'''': ...C'. "- ".'.,....', and handsome, attendance active '1't'ot'.:io" "(l.\-. ". ?:;.;. .." ....::;.jiff5: ; r.'J ,_' J : James Summers of Belleview, Fla.;
I'u i: .
F s JCSE: SSpF.aFria : .. I
II Vt.-.r and the various societiesrun -- i" --
Own Remedy Cisessl's' I :. :2 I .. I and large Jeff Davis of Belleview, Fla.; BuraB
L..F. : EEvpnCota : c in connection with the chuurches
....-.. pairs, : .r .-'-CO. .; &..-rjr.::* ti :'f't..'.Sqt-y... FUNERALDrJBBlCTORS. : Samuel of Belleyiew, Fla.; Gear
doing i
U'UI. tJo.flp.Jlr. ..ji>> I have large memberships and are Summers of BelleTiew, Fla.

A sure. Kidney, cafe troubles lasting cure Indigestion for Constipation etc. It is il purely OU5r.esS.vegetable Dyspepsas, positneiv. lUieuwatism. d'f. .J much to uplift and enlighten tbei:: I Icommunity. 5-24 HENRY S. CHUBB !5ReglMar.

contains ntitheralcohol. mercury nor calomel. Write for valuable medical information I .-Mercantile and Indus .
(free) if you suffer from any symptoms; of the above named disorders. ,f f1 ,
trial Review of Ocala. I -1- I

Cure Guaranteed I Sold by M. F1SHEL II Have a full .;;.ock of ('()ftill-. C&-ket- '! NOTICE
Six Month's Treatment 00 I
$1. ('r )tong'lf'fundell He Fired the Stick."I and Burial OU!tits. Somal eiv"ll to
\ I Burial en.lCf +. Take notice that I will on the IM
s ::
Also sold direct at all dealers m 25c; and SOc, packages have fired the walking stick I've' D.
) or --- ----- -- ----- -- -- Thursday of August, A. 1S7. s T
carried over 40 years on account ofa Embalming to Order
MOUNTAIN HERB CO.. Knoxville Tenn. I sore that resisted every kind of .. a:; soon thereafter aa I swy. I*
Fine Brood Mares. !treatment, until I tried Bucklen's Ar- -- ----- -- - beard apply for a pardon for Saaiii

nica Salve; that has healed the sore Duk.o, who was convicted at the fifiil

We have. just gotten In a car load I and made me a happy man," writes rEducation by Mail tPI"W of the circuit court for Marl
John Garrett, of North Mills, N. C.
S For sale by Tydings & Co. and Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. of the finest brood mares ever brought ji Ii j Guaranteed for Piles, Burns, etc., by Jfa leaving tome or employment to get an edeation. ) I county. In 1902, of rape.

. .. ----- .----- i i to the state, and to see them is to ad. ; Tydings & Co.. druggists. 25c ttLzeonly spare time stadjiag at hornet Anyone desiring may then b. k* 4
. >It_. ----- -- --- --- --- mire them. We will sell them at i WANTED-To buy a farm, near Grammar Book-keeping,Klietone, AnLomebe Science Algebra Hi.toryL, G omt&7 n.etc,, on the merits of the appllca OlL

- .. The Baptists are going to have a What the country needs just now very reasonable; prices. Come and and I Ocala or Bellevievr. Give descriptionaand Tkaroaghly Taacht.,HaIL Teachetsofded Dated this June 14, A. D. lW1.WILLI.UI .
state than else is less fak- look them over at I to pass eliminations.10: rra--of success.C&tal0trU8
college at Lake City. They are more anything
cash!: price..ddress, .i j me.dddfaI.1.miiESjfalAtta C. ,
getting ambltous. ism in politics. x x Ocala Fla. i Clemens, R. F. D. 4, Tampa, Fla. j I I 7-21-2t Attorney for Petitioner.


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Gentle and sweet, in a womanly way, -
Xo 1-eautiful ,
picture languid and ..
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That always seemed labeled, "Please .-- --
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Hopeful and earnest in bel pin; an )Ii

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r: .-' i As to Pensions E :( :c WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR wC w c

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Tallahassee June 22 1007.

t ':. To the Clerks of the" Circuit Courts I
'. ,\ of the State of Florida:

; Gentlemen-The new pension law, 0--

\. chapter 5COO of the laws of Florida, 4NN.......NN.NN.. 444..444+4'4...NiT 0...1... NN.0+1..6600.bN...v1... ......d...1....1..............1.1....... ....
Y approved May 29, 1907, provides that : .

"'. :\ '"persons drawing pensions under .-.. .: tJ : .... ,
previous acts of the legislature ot --- ..... ,

Florida are retained and entitled to .. 1 + .... .

the benefits of this act." Under this dB-- -
provision the board of pensions has .. t ....
, already graded and classed all of tin .W ...
pensioners on the roll and they will : 5
" be paid under the new law from.May e-- .
t z ... __
29, 1907. 1\0' +
applications will ...
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, .' therefore be required from those -- ,. .. .....
I who were on the pension roll at th *
+ : :; time of the passage of the act o J !
5 fc, :'; 1907. All that is required from the ORDER NOW l

;" old pensioners is a quarterly voucher
; in the usual form, but the amount of -
,. ,: .,' the pension should be left blank in

.-.' such case so that it can be filled i in

;.. here.All persons desiring pensions who I Large Fresh Stock Fine Fruit. 4 4 I'

: are not on the pension roll (i. e., receiving .

a pension upon an approved ....
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claim) prior to May 29, 1907, will be j
required to make application according I --
to the new forms prepared under --
the act of 19\7.

::. I'\X. .W.B.. C.Yours BROWARD.V.CROOM KXOTT very, ,Comptroller truly State Governor, Treas.,, I I CA.ND.IESu NUiSe COFCTONSI! i I:: ..

; Pension Board. """' ,. .. .
E .. '-""'tiTjuii-fl1w .;t--IJWUP-'; !! i V --_.-"-cLI- ,\;: ,4.I'J.'D.,,/ m I -.rra"wVo._'W.: :_:-; ._' .r ......H._.._.:.:. '-';>f-/""." ___. -_:'.' 4 J .*..
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( Dr. William Osler of :: These in f
now in the United States.England) I : are strong demand at this season We are ( !

.0: The trend of medicine today is to r '

prevent Both yellow and fever not to and cure malaria diseastF are'. I carrying a large fresh stock and can fill your orders 4 4 I


?, '. ; arm now of within preventive the reach medicine of the, and strong are tOt--s : promptly 1 ;Send: them 1 in, :4 ..... r J

the direct outgrowth of pathological ,, e-- .
research. It is especially in this line ... 4 4 .....
.- that there is a most striking difference ... 4
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V: between England and the Unit C- 4
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j : -,: inl general States.excellence In England in the there organization is a '. : ..-...-

J.r of the public health service \. m .. 4 !
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: Even in tile rural districts the officers I >
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are required to have a special .
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training, and their work is carried on .. -till
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in uch 4f'If/I
away as Americans have no .
idea of. The system here is no credit 4 J"
to anyone, but rather is it a gr ;ar I I E 1
:. discredit that this country should be '
: so lax in providing measures for the I' I Choicest i
protection of the public health, and I SPSS Meats +H ,
to this laxity is due the prevalence ur'I

4 typhoid fever, and the other maladies I $ 4
._ which roll up the annual mortality. J : 4
How many new graduates could I + 4 4

: give a cold pack properly? All could t .

:: .'; give would it,ever but see it is his probable patient that again.none I :> : I We can supply almost everything in the lines of goods 4 4 4

:, y Such work as this is done by c :

b. V : theory., while An the end student should is come lectured to this on i that are just now in demand for picnic parties and cold 4 4 4 :

: ., method, and tue student should become -41 .

"y proper familiar surroundings with for the his care patient.and i lunches See that an assortment is on your next order 4 4 4 ..

y These are cardinal points and, while 0 .4 :
", some; drugs may have their use, the 4
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student should have a skeptical atti- 4fJ
; Jude toward the pharmacopoeia as a 4* WAll 2
:- whole.

r :.. With Ben Franklin, I believe that ,
., "the best doctor is the one who j I coT
Ey: knows the PEAS
K r't worthlessness of most !I

t t :. medicine.. j 4
I believe that with fewer drugs a 4
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; >- cnn can more successfully practice I .4 .-.... .
V medicine. Pathology! is too keystone I
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G a ";.- of the arch of diagnosis, and while,I J E S kinds; for summer planting. 4 4
a student should be taught the use I .
'.:, and effect of the more important I
r4 drugs, it is more necessary that he''; .
,:'_ should be brought into close touch I I +. s
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Tampa Evening News says T

r: that some Florida! editors are manifesting -- .-.....-
a surprising degree of little .
'= ness in their attacks on the State --4

sV a' + V .- Fair. Let's have the fair. The legislature I --
direct from the .
K ;'V made the ---
appropriation peoPle'1
so I .- ;
stand. Fairs are good a -
!t: are worth what they cost. Let's = B

hold up the hands of the fair managers .
., and make it such a big success 1
that it will reflect magnificence over: i
the whole state, and be a surprise to J
outsiders, and especially to those fellows OCALA

like Rowell of New York and E :I Id

the Wisconsin man, who .- -
from their letters that they had no

r. ; i ida.knowledge- ,of. .the... resources.. ..J.I. of 1IiLmI Flor ,..," " " " E3r

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