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iI I first big trip and he enjoyed himself | solidly and compactly than it has succeeded Saturday in arresting several yards ion: ;!. Red
He in all the attractions
Decatur W. Davis and son. I hugely. took been in many years which will increase !fight negroes who are wanted in The newspapers of ':11" rr..n-<::

Norton, have returned home from a i \i>f the "Warpath.:' and did the exposition :i Mr. Bryan's chances of elec i iI : Hernando for various offenses. States hardly know the manimr "e Age

visit to the Jamestown Exposition, I thoroughly.Mr. I tion. On the other hand the republi These offenders were attending a "freedom of rh-> preF.! mi., .]>' .:::, Salmon
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and to other points in Virginia.Mrs. i can find themselves more divided! i ')ig picnic at Martin. Mr. Hutson \ erty vouchsafed: TO< them '- 'I)-<-omii
who has l he.>r ..
W. H. Moore
I in three more and morn fl".r.: 4' it th
they have been many year i! ays:: there were hundred pres-

Annie Akins has returned to i with the Baum & Ro- facTions and "isms" have sprung I! .nt. out! he men they wanted all hap- I meting of -".irvat ', sri-iatur-. THE! POOR MAN'S MEAL

her home in Ocala after a few pleasant factory at Crysral River. that party and it will not have ;I ;)ned "o be;; :in a bunch by themselvesand and the ssbion of ayr;ry (.n-r-ess. The RICH MAN'S RELIISH

days with her brother. Mr. M. i family are l living at Lake asy ailing :It has had :n mhny !! ibe worii of arrestinig them was: The United State ru,--is: .mother !

D. Turnipseed, of I this place.-Dun- up from the lake Friday presidential elections. Mr. .Ten- ;; accomplished in a very few minutes. I Thomas Jefferson :0 t ach rh! !opie I Ready for the table as soon as the

:on Advocate. i .Mr. lucre has taken a p<. sees a silver :linmsr in the: d<'mic i i The !l2.IIlt-S of the men arrested j the fundamentals ')i true democracy.CammgOut can is opened or may be served in

.. I I ;hookkeeper with the Oca skies!: and we hope hat blecy ,, i! m.: I I different ways ARGO SALMONIs

Rev. J. P. Hilbura who is now the I Works. He is a splendid fitu Convention.
h will come T'ie. The best Neil Carif"y. murder. ? rhe famous red salmon of the
president of the Methodist college at well as a fine .iccoimtant. this I Ocala is planning to hap a big I
II that can happen ro country HennClady, adultery. :North caught in Alaska's icy wa-

:Sutherland:; was in Ocala Saturday. ,I. now is a chanse of the national Joe Claridy. adulteryLather I II coming-out parry for all the candidates fers. There is no better salmon
Mr. C. L. Bit inJer Mr. and Mrs. M. i I I in I
I rime
business interests i iI for state offio" some
after his i
looking I adi. nistration. : Clandy. concealed! weapons. packed. It was awarded the Grand
} Fishel. Mrs. W. J. Lohng; Mr. and I 1 That be I
fall. to
seems
rile "ariy
here. I Henry Small! larceny. Prize the highest ever given) at
I Mrs. R. 0. Connor. Mrs. Hugh Hay- I It will
: give
.ihout 'he thing.
I I If Lave Oak Lis; one thing more Da\'d Bryan concealed weapons.; proper the World's Fair, St. Louis

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo and I'' eraft and daughter attended the big than another it can ''xiast of. :and ,; Auam Besem. larceny. 1 rbe raniiidaten: an opportunity to rehearse -

their little son and daughter of Belle- picnic at Fairfield Friday and had a i ,. heir .=peechin the silent: Try it 20 Cents a Can.
I boast of big. it ishe editor of Tile nnl; .McCoy. concealed weapons.: I
with Mts.Mayo's splendid time. There was an immense time, and be able to!
view spent:; Friday In Ocala I ; Democrat. He is the li'pstVir!? in Th prisoners werfe brought to woods for some I
Dr. and Mrs. W. V. crowd present and The Woodmen 01, ;; awaken 'he echoes of old Marion's i I
parents. : ;I the Mate and is master d f the King = Ocala and lodged in jail and were 0. GROCERY
the World did everything TO make of their voices j
thunder
Newsom.Mr. ales with the
and sacefu! Brooksville
English. He is a ;luent aken ;ro: Monday
I the: day a success and to promote the it and the patriotic expressions in be-j CLARK BROS.. Props., Ocala, Fla..
city.
i writer and loyal to his growing Deputy Sheriff Hutson says was
George Ross formerly of Cot- enjoyment of their guests. In this connection ;
half of the deer peepnl.
i; We take pleasure :n pinning this :li- rhe quickest piece of detective work
ron Plant now a prosperous orange I the Orlando Star says: "And !
I jtle flower to the :lapel of his coat. hevfr saw performed. !
grower at Dunedin came up Friday i iI Mrs. S. S. Harris tl Citra left Saturday I how nice it will be for the blushing J. R. Moorhead D. S. WoOdrOw,. .
If we rightly understand the Wau.I i
I to spend a week with old friends in for a visit of several weeks at i will- I candidate to be led forth in low neck President Secretary.B. .
chula Telegram it is perfectly ;: The Ocala Rifles Return II
this county. i Valdosta, Atalnta and Harlem Ga I I f and short sleeves before the gaping J. Potter. Gen. Mgr
I ling for Mr. Flagier to become a citizen The Ocala; Rifles Capt. George
i From there she goes to Geveand. 0.. I of Florida. It is willing that he I crowds. And after they have made WOOOMAR SAND AND STONE COMPANY
the well known visit the family ofIr.: Thomas ; Nash commanding, returned home !
:Mr. C. E. Melton, I to 1 their debut they can be placed in separate -
should build hot'is. railroads and establish ; Builders of i
.banker and mill man of Micanopy I White. Later on. at Kansas City, she I Saturday morning from the Jamestown I stalls marked Exhibit A, and i
I steamsnm :lines, found newspapers ; CEMENT SIDEWALKS
,'*as a prominent visitor in OcalaFriday I will join a party of ten missionaries !1 and spend his money to the ': Exposition where they spent I Exhibit B. and the vast throng can Dealers in

and was registered at the I and on the tenth of September she !' along the cages and pick out the!
i last dollar but it .s: unwilling that he ten days. There were twenty-six pass LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers
Ocala House. I will sail from Seattle for China winners." And all the editors can j
should exercise any political rights. members of the Rifles on the trip and I of
.. will be stationed as a
where she hold the hands behind the back asj I
I This seems to us to verify the charge i CONCRETE BLOCKS,
Capt. Frank Lytle of Stanton who. missionary. they had one of the biggest times on < the candidates which
they pass i
'bats: made against rhe South by i PAVING MATERIAL
grows more youthful with his years. ( record. and all express themselves as \ means "itching palms'*-a great I f-
Traveling Abroad This Summer Xoriiorn: newspapers That T> .want ; FENCE POSTS, Etc.
was a Thursday's visitor. He says I the Norton ian "o :.noattimon us delighted with their outing, and all !| game when it is played right. O. yes. : furnished and
he would apply for a pension but his : Mrs. Dorothy G. Edwards of this I the "Coming-Out Pany" by all Estimates and plans
have
l 1 and spend his money an. -e,;r i vel- enjoyed the attractions of the fair to'! taken.P. .
contracts
youth prevents him from doing so. city and her daughter, Mrs. T. B means.-Fort Pierce News.J. '
op the country but are unwilling for he :limit.: They witnessed the !Jig: 0. Sax 956 Ocala, Florida.

Scrmgfeilow of Jacksonville ar' him 'o "ake dart :n politics. And yet ---
:Miss Corine' Williams of Mayo who :ir".lhe Jamestown Exposition. R. Moarhead for AldermanTo -- -
and will ajt :htTiara: >" ti 'J-i -i.-
abroad for the summer :h:= s a r.; : :
has been visiting friends in Jackson- I. when! twelve hotels and many small Mr. J. R. Moorhead. Ocala. Fla.: J1elYER and SJACKAl
return home until October.On ; the state and e-:.c:rat \unilUtunons.
ville for the past two weeks, arrivedin buildings were destroyed. Fire Chief We, the undersigned qualified vor-
Saturday June 15. Mrs. Ed It displays a very narrow and a very
Ocala Saturday afternoon and is Hamp Chambers and other members ers residing in the second ward ,>! t 1
wards and Mrs. Stringfellow. whc intolerant spirit. Our idea is that
t the guest of her sisters. Mrs. Richard "f -ae company did all in their powerto he city of Ocala, here >y petition -
were members of a choice party jr- when :; f :tnv.t a man o become a
r. .'. S. Hall and Miss Matrie Williams. assist during this awful Time. that you become a candidate for the !
Prof., and should be willing
by ,
ganized and conducted cu.:"n amongst as we f
I i office of alderman to fill the unexpired
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Irs. George Griffin Brownell of Tus- i to clothe him with every right
Messrs. A. E. Owens J. 3. Leach Spent the Cay at Silver Springs term of C. K. Sage, resign1A. -!: FUNERALDZRECTOBS.
caloosa. Ala. sailed on the steamsihp that belongs to citizenship.
:and Leland Smoak went down TO M:-. :and Mrs. H. M. Hampton and L IZiaR.. D. Fuller T. H. Harris -
German
Laise of the North
Koenigin:
Lake Weir Saturday afternoon to N J. Jessielu Martin and Irma Mr. and :Mrs. C. N. Kirkiand spenrthe E. Van: Kuod, J. W. Hood. D. :M.
Line from Hoboken : Misses
-pend Sunday with their wives,;, who Uoyd young day at Silver Springs and on the Ok- Smith, Geo. 3. McKean, T. *,V. Trox- : .
The itinerary is a most interesting Blake two oi Ocaia's popular r I-
are summer.ns at this ever popular lawaha river Saturday. They went ler. T. B. Snyder. J. J. -njr, Chas. I I
their home Saturday '
in Italy. returned to
i one. embracing points ladies, full! ,If "iron" Caafeeta: :
Hayes turh "
resort. down the river for a number of miles! K. Sage. George Martin. Edward; :: Hol- -
: France England and Scotland. also after spending several days in.I and Buriai Outritz. ',oe+:lIil given toEmbalming
H. I in a covered boat and enjoyed a delightful der, G. S. Scott. N. I- IGottlieb.: HarryC.
Mrs.
of the Azores and Gibraltar, town the guest of Mr. and I : Burial service;'.
Mr. E. A. Polly of Belleview who the coast Advocate. day, fishing and picnicking. :; Dozier M. M. Little R. E. Yonge.F. .
.I being the first stop. H. Sanders.-Dunnellon to OrderdufcationbyMai1
the latter place '
nmd the misfortune to have las saw- At noon they had a fish fry and lunch : E. Wetherbee Jas. B. Carlisle Jr.,

-\;ill burn some time ago was among The party expects to return to rivI C. E.. Nelson H. B.
York September 1, where Mr. f! The Tallahassee Sun doesn't think :: on the banks of this picturesque t H. W. Jones.

Cicala's visitors Friday. He will not New and sons will join the, Colonel Bob Rogers is at aH modest :I er. In the afternoon Mr. W. H ;: Clarkson B. H. Clark H. W. Walt<*r=.
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i rebuild until labor conditions become Stringfellow spending the month of September -, ;What does it think of Colonel T. J. 1 Ir r Clark went down in his launch and ;j E. P. Tla gird. F. E. Harris, P. VLeaveagood .

j i. more setted. :i ladies in Central and Northern New' i Land-Brown He wants to leap into i brought the party back to the head B. F. Border, Thomas

,. States senator's place with'!of the spriasa. Mr. Clark and his Sexton C. H. Lloyd W. H. Powers T
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Taylor of Madison : York. Ja: United Marlowe W.\.. So lea tnghomeorempiormenttogeunedy
bound. i launch are in great demand at tie H. Wallis W. F. tKloa. CctueomLTswez+measYWxuhome.afoot
: formerly well known residents of I I a single is H. Livingston H. H. -Yeti Anttmeu. Alz eur+. Geometry,
J. Laad-Bro-sra, of Tampa sprosa these days, and there Moorlead J. Gr&CCM.Bietone,Senna*ffisuayJ'=fl.tC.
T.
i. this city came down to Ocala Friday Mr. tire md-winter fan: I Madison is building a new hotel, searcelr: a day that ce is not C!) 111Ct- f"Lapham, J T. Lancaster D. A. nner.I TJaereqlal,T.1Oh!!.. eoctesCMikt
and famous as I >e
, i ,\, afternoon to be present at tie funeralof II Senate Mallorysstces. i and tie Recorder says that it mIl fee fcg gone pleasure: party up and down W. \. Newsom, Dand S. Woodrow, inner opaeeieessm AGre1 LLBDaS al.t1r:
Mr. promoterwazts
I\ Ctarles Mrs.: E.Taylor's Ball brother-in-law, : I a credit to tie town. the tinr: .isr, i George H. Ford. I









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r; if the :legislacsre of 13T is en- i! The SYe-rt Itaiuz or 3c:-:::.:.i.; :: You naturallv would prefer to treat yourself at home, for any form of female 1".4

t, bled to aadyir5 fine for pair six t. ilLs are thE rye: to be ed'i i. --' trouble wouldn't vou'ell, it can be done. No reason why you should not

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other have
i be able to relieve or cure suffering, as thousands of women
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rat of pafarnoue.: i"'portnee-W'ZUt I delicate than! tilt corn=:L T -.- -- ome

y shwild be said of it for killing rfce i!I BC onions are really =.T--.-.-- -.*- don, !by proper use of the G ardui Home Treatment. Begin by taking

f:.: ereral bills that were of paramoon;: | tee breath sorter the loca. -fdiaoriers '- : -

iaponanee and for rhe time it fnt- i I pa.: i a..a:'. as y C'---.:: T

f BEd away *a killing then If: u : ar I (:;.:-;- off 'i'lazed i -." Treat Wine of Cardui
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hill that it was not compelled to : provi-ie a L.J ,-: r :.ner '_if -- -

:' pass what is it .entitled to for failing _a.e!: w-5 :ai .:) )E-- ;. at :
rfi ta w-ll- female tonI Fer 5.1Ie! aIfdrugstores.
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to pass a re-apportionment: bin oncera cG -aic: : ;: :'': _: .1.- .: -- -- I
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t F: Let as enTmerate a few subs cts;: '.r .: co: i :Il :: -- Or.-: -::-- { Far tX1.hr&he 7 efV1! .64rfr e4Br" tr Wren. 11 tin Bert b'cGiulA
,:- which! tlisre -.' jfRITE US A LEITER :" .c. axT':t y 1C' syo.cs:: ss l tit, a'.1 re; I ..-1 te v'a grin; vx..! peky
GIl was a general de- :}Il ::--n .::J :::g.: : :.: : :- J ::: Ass La..ttS A...say ?e;t-. Tx Czrqa V'ere' G:... (j.zri.oegs,Tel1,

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; tiers and expenditures. i! EC tfvr: :**';I.g :nanny:: : ttr':=-t ":1* :::' '::--. -- -- .

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Prohibition of railroad pa:
,:, State uniformity of :ri: ovxjksPraschise :: Lear: )f a:. cc..cr: i-i'-i! aacI I ;,:'- ", '; '.: :" .: :. :" ; ..::...:_ --:" ,"

taxBeappGrtCC .!I :Lao -i .'r 1 rte ear. w1 cn-n: rrr- I T-C a Scde: : fajE ::,:.'

v _'''er-_. j r rCOll I the agony: cf :earacae., wi' : zhc. ?:,:;: --. -.':: a 5'. : :-:: :"- <:.. :: .. -;' ,;,: : :.;- :::
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HerEare eight matters as agaiss: l! iou wit icgar az.1:: bakisz' ; is. a:::. CTCCwill : -7': ..:':' :.:,: t..::' :; -. s:>' :

:air. L'Engl: 's s:x which the legislature work! wcr.-rs: j: a. "crc:: ::;.y .Y7 ::::'-.- ::..:.:=.:. .:'",2.-:';; : ._.:. ,: :::> ";': ::.:' l' ,;

absolti! ;: !Y turaed down, either c"'d." t __ -::. ::-:?';; -';: i : .:-... .. :!:: : I It
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the combined importance of these i Cast Against Editor L'Engle.I -:-:::.:: ::: ::.. : onto ::' :::::,..:
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week the 2ii cf .. :
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subjects oucweig by several tunes: Monday: : c> :':i:. : .li:: ,' .' :;J.1"-> :' ':- ; : ..
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an the good that can posibly be fried cow:; ec'ir fill eoc'5'<3i'e. t 'tZ.--,, .. ..'. ?--, --- ::'.: 'h'Z_ *o:. OCALA FLORIDA
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out of Mr. L"E g'.e's hf dozen bills i I 7"h.- -"' _- ner :;== 5 i-.""s y as in: :ow. oa-: = :. ;r-j: .:;,:.1-: .i.i j.-:

., OB which he says rests the legislature's : }. .: was rii :last tern, czs: a 1. 21:: : :: |: I Ci-Zc: :: .i ZriT: ::' Ci.: :":-: .= _.z : eau :;: .:- vV.ors w :::...ro.t ,.". Coma and see us when in need of anything in

claim for greatse&s. I impo zit cases will te ip fr :rvil. E-" __ x ":e: ;.. ::: : :L.-l:':: :::.. :.z:;.,> ,,: :::.,::.::, a::,

The subject of inul-graior alone: I The cxHiwsip: prQceiErira: E: 1 I Ani l rri : ': 'oI ::-:: _::.-i.'r. t':- _:'. : ; :::::::.l:-:. .'..,:.:::. .: the way of

was of more importance :o me s te !. Nazi: e LEoaie wJI :likely ccne ::.?; ..- '" ---- --... : : :::- 'S'I .::...: :- ::.'t:.',: e e

tbia any one of the bL:'_ wh.ch 3ir !jfcr ahear:.iiArer" iaptaizig! cf _'5cocEvc2 s I Aid fr.es.,isi.? ends.Or : :- -;::'t frvn: :::::: j"i. td .u:d v':--:v>.,,' Farming Implements! ,

L'Eagie mentions. } : :: :c cf i-s caec :ter;>:ra j ji i =..J.5 on so:".-:"1 ir: I !Jit'Y.. :t't'> .
'. i :are 'ie notice: for a c'rarre of v-=c:iC i; .::.i.SO.-; : -:>.:=.1:' : : : "- .: Wire
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tare done more to weaken the power : I :..:. : ':'. tj::::.;:: : :.i-$ : .":-::,,,:::!,,: Stoves Pumps
f CIT'ge: for will ae sraaied 07be ';\-s: ;:-.: ;.;,-.:.. a.i.: :: ;;::7 :'): o ,
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{ than all of Mr. L'Engie'5 ills I i I ; eoert. aad tae ea.ic: wit: be :raosfirrec Fe :.S'3 the :"::--K ?;::'::'- l' "" :.i ,,':::: :t> ..' l: $ :L::, Guns Ammunition \

r can do in a genera ion-Pe .'ota to roe other eoci y- V .z- : :;:--- 3-n iT: Seref:- ; .i"L r au d :j2cioas of S :l.tVAr.i ,

: Joer&aL ; i; e Record.A I A3 TVrse: :,:';;'".;r ij:: falW.u : ; time r:.::5 on. :'_ ?::n &:?: I Sash Doors I
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A giant oak stood is tie forest It i *- .,-.,--"'-.- l.ft. S :07is :a::.g:: ind eirtic-i:: iga.r.Aga.i ,: :. 0 \...
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appearance betokenedssffo. r cha=be wi-rem faint ursrin: :?. I.kt.cool everything usually carried in a first-
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Eg strength.: aci ahai: )wjvales, cr:2 the
rod its cnmk tad anresd its I would ..i10.'r 'no:' _'..2ea .......-r.--u...._ __--_ Al :v.u.i iocjDrs :IK;:- ::'culcwcd:' ors cf Jove tic: I-iss t': class Hardware Store.Knight .

,. branches twined the rise whose trade cf Uiearoni: I ir:zl costOf
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;Iwelcojce::: and tie craileczc.! ,:rov:r.:
t leta pierced the oak; sad sapped is ffa'th f- AEencan co'r'neree 5--a.--g::: :VtL.U | -ng the drowsy prattle cf a ra.e."And e e Q -0

I t: The oak coepaiae its wiiice wiags above ie b lows ani So, lest I beTJ i tan At:::,iha wti .:s I-s-
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"I tired," it "of I tying from oosaa so ocean iro n.eeC. ,
am said Bourish- o'sex and pace: and powcr eorr.ns
1:? you. Wbf caa t yen stand all the peacefai poftals cf 3e Paaaaiataaal render ill fcr :11Hriicefcrt :.j place upon .:5 breast. D.s-.ntioii: : :'sbaife / Co.S
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c'30Qer :: I Would show to :ies Cuba.Che ;: = Martin
O t "o.hi es3 !: Then nieerrr i
Got a sweet sooc vd
The vine rustled its leaves ia ltar. weepiag caiid of -e sea, I.-
: T ,,.; 1 j I thoughts of men ani rtes :l at srrf
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moo laa
t bursting ;:!srer m the aria ; f i"
I .re= :wadthe, sauliag mask of craft:
of lifaebrtj; and Porto Rico. the 1 I ,
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base iasratitude! it cried I : 'altered no more by the ocse-iuious -
blnsMas beauty of the Aiannc.:; smiling $:3 !e-
"After I tare supported all these I :
yoa II cringe of gain and greed: knowing i
'. I beneath the folds of :!le Anercasfiag. : I J2st don't :Hie you. Tommy Green: ;
years! I I [ tie uselessness of hoarded gold of McI
: The worstesc boy I ever seen! % 8
The oak was mildly surprised. i IVEIJ MACIfllY
J honor bought from those wio charge
I Toe said F "I
thought it faltered "That
you J--krn-C--icn And have ke cream If I didn't squeal. the usury of self-respect; of iOW'ertilat (

.. were B&dependent the vine upon me- j It is said bar; Senator \\. K. Jack- And now soil go asIy.iby.. only bends a coward's knees and i|i I FURNITURE DEALERS
waxed
indignant.Too I ; forces from the lips of tea.tt:.: lies I!
r; son will be a candidate for railroad A-aokin' oct of t'otber: eye. 1 ___
Igrate! What would | : ".'
you =
; prai e Knowing at least the un1cU'died i
t I commissioner. Should be
decide
o te but for me' How so !
could you rear: WE CARRY EVERYTHING
gesture of esteem, the revrrent i 1\ THE LINE OF
| he can count of the hearty of Who Art R.cr?
head support i
your so proudly but for the!!
of a large following over the state who The man with support my clasping fingers How :to.ghr and balding high above air !! Furnishings
wish clean honorable rich I
to see men in
coold you endure the fierce storms otter things-higi i Art Squares and In Leather.
as Hope's Matties. !
: great Upholstered and
Such is So is t.tr:. with clear i f Ree'j
... responsible positions. a man : a coascience. -
sad howling winds but for '
beneficent
my I !
:
throbbing star above:: the darkness of
o Senator Jackson and if he be chasesto Bed
I Room Suits
protection Instead of complaining -i* tie dead the ;love of wife and chile: | Dining Room Suits
:c should be fill:: the position in question te: will: i So is the: par-rii: .f v.r.::ro:.::. ha p" : i I,
you thankful that.I i I and friend. iThen j In Mahogany Birch. Birdseye cf all kinds
-Mchcgany and Oak.
do it with an impartial and fearless | ( ::!'In. j
,. you are permitted to lean upon me" : growing of i! Maple! and Oak. '
And the oak bowed its branches respect for the ngats of the people : 5i5 tie editor of a g'+?-! raper'srlih thoughts other I China ond

; ; and was more than erer convinced of and the roads. In the public pos.tona I : a big saS>scnpuon: : ".._="., ; '-lays and half remembered things' i I Inen I i I M"lSStOn. U Furniture. "j Crockery

Y the he has heretofire held. he Las male: r ra i So .s tie: man whose coat tie L:::ec'z.IirL holding withered: hands of those! Complete line-Dmnr Sets and
dependence of labor
open capital t ao first held ils.: while In a'l I the different I Odd
j I" over dim and finishes Pieces
record that denes adverse -=rii'i : :: : o: the pansh puck as he !!

r. csm.-, Lakeland :News. I passes :'iez: In tne.r play. i j j.i tired eyes Death softly presses: down: .f,

- r ov o'f: 1_ ,_ ..=- -arto! has _i'o'e |I i the lids of rest. e j

H. THALG077 General Gilchrist says thaI if the a; !heart: of a gx-i husband: !I! And his so. his daughter's babes! upon All Kinds of Bed and Table! Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers J ;

railroads win their cases agaiss;: theeternal So is the maiden os horizon is knees the white heirs minx I\ and ...
Prcriecr; cf the !;| ling with tie gold he journeys onfrom i Upholstering Goods
: improvement board. he w-m,1 j DIf lO:: boondc-i by the "coming man.
.
DUNNELLON BAKERY. w'.rcted: governor i ininedaelv pat 1 but who !has a purpose in ufe. wheth-j j[ day to day, to that horizon I Heaters Ran des Cook Stoves )
I (
where the dusk
these '.&n'_;: on the tax books. Wone r she ever meets him is waiting for the
Full
Is now prepared ts ship Bread Cakes, or no: I Liar; of L p-t.vdate Pictures
t i night; sitting by the holy hearth of fram-i: and unfram, nail- Picture /
t Pies, Etc, on sicrt net.ca; i. d guarantees ier what other coarse he; thought i| So is the young man who. laying .\{ i'l'
vult
: : +i .;
f uli st-vk of
home
f. I t.. satj acti'I in a?, cases- coul-i: : :oe: :taken -Pc:.sac3".a: Jourral, : !iiis hand on h.s: heart can say1 as the embers change from

ff' have treated .;very woman I havej i red to gray, he falls asleep within the Farm and Turpentine a Q 4ns.
( of he
!arms one
worshipped ass ado "
-v-r ziet as I would wish my sister :- D ;

I t f j.t '---i cy other men." ed. feeling upon his withered lips Exclusive: sale! of the best wagon l\n earl' the Sadebaker.

i S) :: :ze little child who goes to ro e's last and holiest kiss. j And carry tae! verjbest line of High Grade Busies and: Carriaes.Building .
I \4fiiLL 1JT) j/i .
-- :: kiss
: 7 s-.t a on its lips and for i

f <> / 'Tr** *' 4 =< ;. '-- ?J- ak.nf;; a blessing; waits.Ssttute ;. t It Distressed the Bishop. C

': EOPPV.. ; 3zz3> : 4 f U L L. I An elderly bishop, a bachelor wwa.s :..:- I Bri1fe SrrPaints _
t.: !! : and
I c.r-r JD/ ;-.72L,, very fastidious about his toi.e-:o: :. ?
;, + for Rutier i
\\ { ..t-O-- 5i: ..c, InvenUd was especially: fond lintkote
of his bath
and Roofing
i"\ -; fJt ,. :::f\E; .., : I: 'j 3--g: : that success has at last : Material Oils S

{ I "- '.-r'I. -.... --..,.,. ., ( .. X25iA. "* _- -. requested particular care of his tur' White Lead Varni
E \ ,- : :: : efforts after oil he Etc.
.
j \ a year s.
from
i 'it.... :::= .. --,.! '. ; ,.. ..#."' -- :,!_>: "' .:"I the maid.
I f ;..'PX'-. w"- -' o ....c? c-," '\ '''' 1'J --". -'-n.-nt.ng., : Harry B Cos. a chemKarfri ;i' When about to :eava .,. Wai": Paper. Alabastine and Masrnite Wail! Painr
/ town one oat .
!
I
7' ( 2A: :-i : : : Ce.!::... "1:0 ,:.% ;;., a ;ral; .. \
!tQT. Q ,., $ anno-uc he gave str.c: orders to the hous-!' S \Ve w.i: :..-. b, undersol", -..\.. \\ ... .t: -.e
'O :..:' :-.- ds iV'i .. !
cy.
? a S'
l .. -- :.te maid about
his
;
; .9Q..O J4 t ..; so "bawtatub"aui s;,. : ;
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t .Lf. : :thaa ::5 even suarrfor tO: hat no one Mclver & Mackay. "1Roons.
>-- \ t I was to be alOTri: a)
I I ; :!I.\ ". ::' aI :1wi '_- La-.ral pr',:_ct The new suba.eux ] use, of i:. -
< -l ..- ; _. ,
cal
; -' i\\ :- "' -- > : : : and' .: ."s not ,I Alas! the ., -
..:; ', temp'ut.on: grtgtrl c-. ::. -
-- i: : ::--q-: 'r -.. produce than; ra"ber. |
/ ", .... and she took a plunse:
i IPIDoz
I /1
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-' ,r ; 1 .,; ';t. i ,'. .r" 'in }- \ j': anizei and handeidter J Ocala House Wine
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i
tilYn1 ::
,i A ,:" : ;: I .. -," tineand :
t } ) .7. : : : ways far !
'($ 'S W-.. ) I : more easily. :; recent ,' '. ) .
lsDK.rt: !
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f -n Lrim i'self." He saidIt has ,. .
tli 'en bah questioned the mad :' "
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-- \
: r fi 'fX !i $ ) #)00r timportant. :: advantage over the I',closely: that she had to confess uu--

t t i f _1-J anrequired:.i.-: ;;::.: g' m in that consistency-liquid.it is produced in sorry.!she was the culprit and waser> OLD ( lLEGHANyJ.PURE IT ITi


I t a s-ru-qu.i., :; plastic or stiffer, if
re
CHAS BLUM & "I hope you do not think it is a ,
t! I\ COMPANY, c' red. and so does not need the castrcEs !sin. Bishop asked Mary in tears. 1 i

; and ponderous machinery that I Eying her sternly! he said- i' t
t Jacksonville :ho natural rubber 1
Fla.McMillan requires to bringit "
t : "Mary your using my tub is not a RYE (
into workable II' t
i shape: !sin.. but what dire nw> n-i,' i.. &
i: I !, / ; d-d ngthin.( :
I that you h ii

Flcrida Vegetables !| my back that you would not do beforv i, rut up 4 full Ots

A correspondent who is talking ofinoving i I Ii back that you would not do befyrv 'i

fl.. i South asks ..... face." Ladies' r in
Bros. vegetables my Home Journal. I! Fancy Cartoons
i
; can be had here at the present t !:le. ?

I : I't : 1 There are now found ia: our markets When the Everglades! are Drain:;!, I Delivered
: Southern 1: and: i at :
: Copper Works gardens the following vegetables: It is claimed that it takes seA your

which are at their best, ani .....
: we .oulda,1j acres of American wheat to tor
pay
; f : Manufacturers of that many:: of then: are such as the sarar grown on one acre in Europe I, Express Officel)1' ;

Turpentine Stills can be found ready for use from December with sugar beets. The Importance ;

; : until July, or later. There are of the best iudus I .
and sugar
"' t General Metal 8820Regular : J ;
't t. Workers. now: beets, beans, snap and shell: try in this country should nx: '''u*

1r' : ,f !| co::!. cabbage: cress, carrots, cucumjbers the consideration of eviry tarn*'rSugar .

r I. i- j' Old Stills i cashaws! endive, muskmelons. is !
taken in exchange for new : : an article for which WI h"ht $1.00 1 a Qu.utVhis.
r ones. Patching
r '. '- f through the country a specialty. Orders bv mail I okra, onions parsley, peas. peppers, a market at our doors.-\mertcau y; write foi c

: wire will receive or radishes, squashes, tomatoes turnips, Fertilizer.
r : prompt attention at either of the complete Price list.

' .. following: worksFAYETTEVILLE .. ,j watermelons, and for berries mulberries When the ErergUJes aw drattted' .

"f- i dewberries and strawberries.Grapes there will be no nd for the ttutaion -,' '
: v\

c. F N.. C. SAVANNAH, GA and will are soon just be beginning peltifuI-P3.llamt to ripen of beet sus r-nortJdproduce ? tit Ocala House Wine Rooms.t

JACKSONVILLE FLA sugar enough to <\\\vtfuworld. tit '
MOBILE ALA Pilot f fr .
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76COHM WHISKEY. v-130 . . -;:; ) i -o :;nzins .
Tennessee Cam . . $1.0': FOR J?-3 2Cu strasiss ,.0. . . _oO f .wunawt -:ons. aow .vin; ,n ithe :: )1t-; : ,f -r'.,h-tU! ;a. Quite a lumber! c: sse-i: -- '

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Corn . . . .1-tfl.: ;- Wt- will *anti press' P i aner 5' . . . :.JUfountain ...... POIl"aIa .
( : I :: .!:. _:::";i : u'' :;::: : ; ::;. -t rannaiompany at : : .1
Own . . 50 PAP 1 r .tUi marta "t BUCK and V'h:: : . :10Jld ;pie
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    SIHiiUSS RQYfiLRESERVE
    .jN. 1 :.e -tor.-.marl. u: 'mewso .=.,i epuu1 ; ,C6ii:: o"'!)?a 'a' 'OIT gar' : !ScieatinaiDer of 11reef :1""'r't -.

    ) 3wan..t OHn . . . . : ; I 1 .'U;: :i .; .,.. :arilysronb.; qUOtmg. : ''>f'at _

    v.am GinX . . . J.. ... ) Per it. 2-ii. -Tf -igaia i'-ring nailed wi i liira"":..

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    Crown Gin: . . :-.D': --'-.- T'.m 'r,:: . .. 10 r ias ot"" 'iiHf i"erv iuaiii.j.iea .

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    New England Rum I I n. Tu ,J.' -
    MALT WHISKED I
    Jamaica Sum'J"
    HAKVBTCCHH h ,.9t1] .; !nt _lj .t'a .
    BRANDY. J.; -. 3otti". tN
    Blackberry 3raaoy . ::.:O :''he best ;ooiis U ))ie 3 IlIP ,-, ?': e ili.t: ::. ,j / -- :''' = 'h ,''-L' '
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    lL l hos H. K-e.ating & Go. i-' k : c ? ... ..W- HER CASE OF DAMON AN12.PY' .

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    ) HISTORY OF A GREAT .
    ORDER HOUSE. :

    i. N:wsy letter from the Capitol. t Written :. "' : .'

    : Expressly + .M

    r x Lime was First Manufactured in Ocala It I
    for the
    "t : EJ'l"i .Hcountant8: not ExpertThe DryT +: Civil War-Marion County now HO I !
    Ocala Banner GANp
    : 0 :! i'i'f of a Lake lay Lead to the Estab
    : of the Industry. ,
    !ti.i .'; .'-nt of a Big Industry-Connnis- : by

    :--i ,. for the lection of )Ionuments i Miss j ffirS,11 Belt : 1! During the civil war Mr. E. J. Harris -:superior to !I : 4:::'
    t"r t. i saloon I f formerly ; 4 .
    state. property k.
    rI e .
    1 of Ocala conducted
    IlL then citizen -
    .u..rae.NN1........ ..t..#4.#4...+....4.N4444, .dPf. a Messrs. ) and made imJ .1,
    - many
    here. In the tanning I
    large }{
    I a tannery
    TallaCa8st:', June 29.-The specialcomnissicn I I I i half dollars. I believe the prices this I plant near prepared to handle J

    ['. treated by the late legis- ![i year are better than ever before. I of leather, lime was a necessary ( ing on the now facility. The large vaJ: \ :

    ' ingredient, and as the war had upset +i< Mr. .
    ':. Jatyre and cnarged with the duty ofj i[ The drouth however, has injured the know' Wines, Beers, Etc., now J t7"
    all transportation facilities, Mr. Har- '
    g investigates the acts and doings of ; crop wry much and will cause a loss A
    | I have the order of on
    Hof hundreds of thousands ris resorted to the experiment of man everyone '
    the trustees of the internal impro\e-|I of dollars. erected I Hurst, not \ fitted especial
    !I Among the Leon county planters of ufacturing his own lime. He are now up s

    s went fund, vas sworn in by )lr. Justice i| tobacco Hirschberg and Rosenberg, I a kiln near the pond on what is now ithe: :Messrs. I 1 'ness, and your orders will : .

    _, Hocker of the supreme court, j j who own the big El Provedo cigar :j I known as Lime street and the lime I I'I at Kendrick.i receive 1 and shipped i
    :: are I ;
    The of factory in Tallahassee +'jhe burned was found to be of most i Marion
    alternoon. personnel
    Monday | are the lead-
    'I I posits to next ordeV\ nclude : 1
    the commii.ej is Syd Carter of Alach-: ers and pioneers. Their splendid admirabe quality.Notwithstanding !

    r. nag chairman! ; Park M. Trammell of! plantation is at Lake Jackson and is Mr. Harris' suc- industry is 1 '\ .

    !' I cessful experiments after th! ,? war more every : i XXXX Rye'I ,1 '
    I' lakeland secretary;; II. Pope Reese a model in all respects. Among the :

    s :, r of Pensatola vice chairman; F. P.I other tobacco planters in Leon county !ended and trade relations were resumed come one ." .

    : Cone of Lake City, George G. Mathews -! are Senator John Henderson, who II our people continued to ini- j Speaking i I on the Market | }

    I' : of Of-aa! C. I-u Leggett of Madison has ten acres under shade, Perkins port rather than manufacture their I Ocala and r; c

    and Marion S. Knight of Lake'and Mickler, George W. Saxon, Dr. town lime. This was so not only in I cantile and '

    :' ., City.. I Ausley and Ball Bros. Mr. Hender- I ucala, but in every town in Florida, industrial .. ,

    -t. Miss Hale of Gainesville is stenographer j son's tobacco is said to beery fine and continued so for many years board Air 'J .
    af-I
    '... ". for the committee, and the I and is now more than six feet high : ter the restoration of peace. Marion I Florida* : 1 '

    Ilutclii son Audit Company of Jack- and has brought him the most tempting We well remember that for a long J reputation '

    ; :; sonville will be in charge of the expert offers. time lime made from oyster shells lime as can + I"

    work. Unlike the former com- was shipped into Ocala manufacturedat mense in Central Florida \>
    Governor Broward has named the ] 1.4
    Mayport.About ,
    county
    mittee, the sessions will be open and

    : f any person in the state who has any members of the commission createdby twenty-five ;years ago Mr. There are ... .J
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    information in regard to the past acts the last legislature to examine and Adin E. Waterman started a lime county i!

    _i-' of the trustees: is invited and urgedto audit claims against the state of manufacturing establishment on his the field is

    communicate such information to Florida for enrolled services, forage, --,---,-, -,- -- ,

    r the chairman or secretary for use by subsistence and transportation fur- I IIIXIXO "

    if I'I nished to the state during the Semi- F., _IJiII8.! __
    .. the commission, or any person ;
    f nole Indian {
    knows of any witness who can shed wars of 1S49, 1855, 1&5G! .

    and 1S57, as follows: Hons. J. H. Lang A. '
    light upon the subject of the imestigation -

    .. tt are earnestly urged by Harvell, Bagdad; Charles E. Davis, i 'tF' i ,.f'r i. I
    'y
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    '' the commission:: to let it know. i Madison; J. W.. Knight, Floral City ; ;'erl

    >, The committee looks like a rem- As members of the commission to I

    :, erect a suitable monument on the ,
    nant of the legislature, and is busy I I
    : in the senate hall delving in the mus- battlefield of Chickamauga in memory -t'

    ty records of the past. The investigation of the soldiers of Florida who j the splendidly equipped

    will begin with the early acts of took part in that battle, Hon. Sam 1 onne o and Cline Company, I

    .: ., the trustees and continue from the uel Pasco, Monticello; Hon. E.I.." repair work of Marion and
    &gMSHfiftL
    .ft
    creation of the trust in 1S35;;; to the Law, Bartow; Hon. John C. L'Engle i i a specialty of repairing f,
    x
    .; present time. Jacksonville; Hon. Fred L. Robertson j etc. .

    New York Experts Not Expert Tallahassee; Pulaski Broward, I '

    : ",' Some interest was aroused when a Broward Station. I :

    member of the committee, looking ,As members of a commission to*

    over the $::2T'J: expense account of the consider and ascertain the appropriate -! ;

    tbree expert: accountants sent here kind of statute to be erected! inj I Engine I

    ,' ?El "by Haskins and Sells of New York, honor of Edmund Kirby Smith, and I t f .,,

    found that in making out the expense to ascertain the cost of same: Hon I pany : '

    account an error of $_"9 dollars in F. P. Fleming, Jacksonville; lIon. E.j

    M. Law. Bartow Gen. David .... _, I
    computing the salary of a man who ; Langchattahoochee. \ == !!'J"III! -raJI..o<.o.:""" "''''''''SESl : :

    ,. was paid $22 l per day for twenty-nine /

    f days. According to this account this LIME! WORKS NEAR OCAL-) ,

    .', man would be paid $.2J.: It is to be .t The_ mad L rush ._for pensions under! 25 YEARS.:

    hoped that such errors do not run t tic ne- law continues with no sign .....N..N.e.........N.

    through the work done by these experts of abatQ'ui'nt. Four thousand application .I
    place, almost within: the city limits ant room for +
    .: in checking over the accounts blanks have been sent out \ USE IDEAL
    and got Prof. Kost, then president of cerns, The f FERTILIZED :
    ,;-t of the trustees of the internal improvement within the past two weeks and a second
    I the Agricultural College at Lake City, ty lime is '
    fund. supply; has been ordered to meet t i
    ,''. the demand. | now the University of Florida at : has been 'C'A\ TELL YOU
    The
    pension departmenthas '
    .
    ,Gainesville, to analyze this product, cerns now in
    The teachers' summer training been working over-time to get "IRISH POTATOES"-Book on t
    which he did, and certified to its all that can
    : schools, established under the DI<'k- ill pen: iou'rs on the roll classified "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultira- ,
    most excellent qualities for use as a : By a litte
    man law, and for which there is an uuuer the: new law, and get things in I tion, Effect of Fertilizers, Digging :
    j building material. Still buiders were ies of
    annual appropriation of $.5o to be hape to make the quarterly payment and Shipping." .
    skeptical and it was a long time be- I and acquired +
    used to defray traveling expenses of at the usual time. I "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING" '
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    fore it made its way into popular favor. does not
    teachers attending these schools, are JEFFERSON BELL. special interest to pineapple :
    Like most everything else, it plant to
    now open and, will continue eight growers. :
    x was thought the foreign was superiorto in so
    many
    weeks. Two schools for white teach- Die Emlroidery Sale Monday and the home-made IDEAL FERTILIZERS Book +
    product. Among all
    ers and one for negroes are conducted Tuesday at {the Variety Store. all of our different brands, analy-
    Now, however Ocala lime has an rion county +
    under the provisions of this law. ses, prices, etc. :
    established reputation, and she en- vestment
    One is located at Gainesville and one. Mrs. Burford Entertains the Young
    Girls joys almost a monopoly of the industry -I surely turn just published, free for asking. J ..
    Tallahassee the Saturday Afternoon
    at university and I -. -,. ..- -- ..#. ;
    and her product is recognized as j lime business.The --
    ; college buildings and equipments being I

    ; used for ttem. The negro teach- Saturday afternoon Mrs. R. A. Bur- -- -- '-- ---. -- ,- __ u '_ o! COMPANY
    ; II ,
    ers' training school is also at Tallahassee ford gave a pleasant little watermelon Speaking of good weekly newspa Editor FLA. i

    and is conducted at the colored party for the ;young visiting girls pers, we think that the DeSoto Coun- Herald
    normal buildings. +.........................
    and their hostesses. The afternoonwas ty News deserves a place at the top
    There are about one hundred teach-
    greatly enjoyed the crowd beinga of the list. Its subscribers certainlyget :Mrs.
    ers enrolled l :.r the school here about e

    .. one humlivil and twenty-five at very congenial one, and their hostess the worth of their money, and Augusta, Ga., #

    every item, whether original or selected
    Gainesville aid the colored school exerting every effort for their Barrett, were
    y is choice .
    will open Ja'y; 1 with about one hun- pleasure. Those present were Misses reading.Mr. the bride's

    ! dred. Mr. Ho'loway: stated yesterdaythat Bessie Porter, Marguerite Porter, Lu- !
    Thursday
    I Louis B. Gregory a prominent
    I
    _, the enrollment would probably cile Standley, Mabel Knight, Mary Julian -
    be five hundred for the three schools. Jean Austin Sara Davis Alta young merchant of Quincy accidentally The bride ) Con
    killed himself while out 'on a and )pu lY
    The best talent that can be had is Pearson Ophelia Gray, Frances and gold
    hunting expedition in the Ocklockneeriver
    ,, employed at these schools and a Lillie Anderson and Lutie Mote Hans- with pink
    high standard of excellence has been brough.A swamps on Wednesday, June ture hat. -\ : _
    19th. He was in all
    respects an excellent -
    reached already by them. sewing contest which involvedthe
    The
    young man and the tragedy couple :
    ,', embroidering of an ideal man, I!
    caused a deal of New York
    great mourning.Th
    '- Lake Jackson, that has achieved kept the girls pleasantly amused for

    some distincfon! by going dry, has an hour, after which they feasted on and from

    .a, become a bone of contention recently.The delightful cold watermelons. )New York Produce News says where they Varnishes,
    that the demand for Florida
    ; bed of tfc-a lake now high and pines summer.

    dry, contains about forty-five hundred Where Live Oak Has Ocala Faded. continues good and information at By reason Mining Supplies,
    snipping points is that the
    t acres of "bottom land" that is supposed Live Oak and Ocala are warring it shipmentswill both parties, -1'
    continue all
    1 to be very fertile. Recently an summer and until interest in : Snpplies,
    k over the respective advantages of the late in the fall. This means much
    ham is r
    Y offer to purchase the tract was made one
    F '' to the trustees of the internal improvement two places. Live Oak claims a larger for a large number of Floridians.Dr. famous Improved Farming Toolsjp

    fund, who hold the land population, while Ocala pertinentyasks having once
    PRICES
    Len G. Broughton
    S tinder the swamp and overflowed act. why it is that Ocala has a larger was quite his trip to
    successful in his missionary effortsat
    ; .. :.' by Dr. Cheatham. More recently the school population and always turns ful a woman.
    Live Oak.
    He
    two
    got
    $5000 do-
    s:- .: planters who own lands in the lake outa larger crowd on election days. nations from Mr. Barrett |
    two parties who were Company
    neighborhood have submitted an of Both are good towns. Ocala is bet mingbam \ I
    too modest to have their
    fer to the trustees for the purchasejf ter developed and has Live Oak beat names prominent in : j
    printed and
    I a cumber of donations
    < the lake. on the- character of her business I from other years. I
    parties II
    b f I aeatham: has a theory that blocks and public buildings I ,

    i ,.; the lake is made from a subterranean if she has not as large a I' Miss Lillian
    So, Mr. Ocala Banner, you have I I
    ,. : supply of water that flows out thro' of her business blocks and public and charming
    seen forty-two Florida
    , '- tho openings in the bottom of the buildings, if she has not as large a I are still peart, patriotic summers and and I I York. has I .. ..................... 4 },-
    poten! ,
    , Jake He to these she will +
    proposes stop open- population. But Live Oak has the tial. I
    The
    -;. '. ings with concrete and drain the Brick Ctiy beat in a business way, Tribune accepts that advance j rope in her !! i
    invitation
    land by a series of ditches. judging from the advertising columnsof fiftieth anniversary to celebrate and your II I auto. She j ( Accounts! !
    i: .
    expects
    Lake Jackson is in the center of the papers published in the two champagne and We do not i :

    : tie tobacco belt and the lands are towns, and that is a pretty good guage I I I Tampa Tribune.Mr. terrapin-hear ? : it Ocala on Ij I o

    ': valuable as tobacco land. to use in comparing the advantagesof i I j course she : i adding
    new i
    in
    the two cities.-Fernaadina Rec John Temple Graves and Mr. I Live Oak. j acJ Z
    Leon county ha3 caught the tobacco ord. ;
    i
    t' William Randolph Hearst is f
    fever, and will probably, in a few I do not now I The seven :I increasing at Z
    occupy a place in the !
    years become a close second to Gads- There is enough of first class road same pod. I ops wto:
    I When the former publicly proclaim j I I Possibly also f
    den county, now world-famous for its material here at Punta Gorda to hard ed being in favor of day you
    I putting the democratic
    shade-grown tobacco. According to surface all the Mr. Asa !
    wagon roads in the
    | party in the hands: of us. g
    a re $73,000.The & !
    Congressman Lamar, who is makinga state this side of Ocala. It is a kindof clever and having one gave

    study of tobacco growing, and has natural concrete composed of rock, TheodoreRoosevelt .
    to administer
    . \ facts and figures galore at his finger's shell and clay.. Specimens of its excellence remnant of its upon the :

    end, and who is using them with tell for paving are shown on the I New York remains it knockedthe giving Mr.

    ing effect in his campaign, there are streets of Punta Gorda, and the editorof The further editor completely out. vice, but there I BANK
    we get
    about SOOO acres of land planted to tobacco the Tampa Times who believes in Chattanooga away from that ministered to I
    < I speech the less we Understand be will be f
    in Gadsden county. Last year'scrop brick only is invited to inspect them what FL0. I
    was the
    matter with that is to
    sold for about a million and a ,-Punta Gorda Herald. John. get ,

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    Four Coilegea and Five Technical .School
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    COLLEGE OF *
    LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University I 4 The Obnoxious, Small Hat-Charming Lingerie Hats : I ..
    of Chicago.
    Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both J >
    Pr Jacket* Dresses t
    Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson >ncr Chap -Lingerie -Figured !

    catalogs. 4 Yet Waist; silk Waists Linea and :
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    COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to practice 4 .. ii et r; t| G :

    law in Florida without examination. > Lawn Etons. < i *w ?*- fflfe 'NiiiL'*** "'* *

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    AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS- 44.444.4.444444 .. .4...44 .......04.4444444The .+
    Mechanical, Civil, Electrical d' ;;< -
    Engineering and Manual Training courses lead I :

    ',, ing to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment. I "run" upon the small!! hat with pale blue or pink are a change from '..- -. .- I
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    COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Bookkeepingby ; turn-down brim :or ordinaray street the all white. and needless to say, -..: : ;:
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    best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective in wear i is one of those unaccountable' waist and sleeves are in haannony I .. -- :" .,

    other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building courses open i freaks of fashion which confronts one with the skirt. Lingerie waists continue ".;' .', -...:Wit.,t '' -:. .:-':: .,. x..f 3 ;

    PREPARATORY I almost season. Far removed "the rage" with independentskirts I "' -- :
    ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard. every ; : ,- -. l. .

    Yale, Princeton, Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all. first class Colleges. from anything like grace or beauty, of voile, canvas or silk, and .. ....- ; ..:-.,' '.:

    NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS. Kindergarten In its own build it has been as eagerly caught up as ,' they still button in the back to the inconvenience : .. -"'-.- & 4?:.. ; ,

    ing. :. Primary and Grammar School in separate building. These schools ; if it were a charming creation. Usually ( of most feminines. The j i 4
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    and set back china silk waist still flourishes, the : r
    especially prepare Public School teachers. of ecru straw, ;: I ; _' A-

    MUSIC SCHOOL$10,000,00 from the face on a pompadour roll, fronts tucked or formed of lace in- .. --- -- f. -
    pipe organ, a dozen pianos, separate s
    buTJpjg.: large faculty, thorough courses of study. the ensemble is distressing to a per- sertion. .'21-::: : ; : ,.

    ART SCHOOL-New Studio. Costly casts, models, etc. son of true taste. Oftentimes a wing *>. .- :Jfi .

    Stetson has a faculty of 43 or a quill adds to the bizarre outline' Figured Net .
    professors and instructors. They hold degrees I I :

    from the University of Chicago Harvard Yale Dartmouth, Columbia, I and oftentimes a large cluster of I waists, trimmed with heavy lace, as t F

    Toronto, Wake Forest, Louisville, Bowdoin, Utrecht, Bucknell., University i flowers at either side gives a saddle- yokes, plastrons or simple bands are Ii i I .

    of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over $300,000.00 in like effect-anything but pleasing. really new, but only suitable to a I

    buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an Lingerie Hats handsome skirt. The variety of dot- Ii i '. : ,, ;

    endowed library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings II tel foulard waists now on view is an i j -.... t 4
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    including stained glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a $10,000.00 pipe Lingerie hats charm the beholder additional proof (if one is needed) of t F .- .. .

    organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatus; an enclosed Athletic Field 'I with their soft lace or batiste embroidery the stronghold on popular favor. Justat : '. -:- :
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    1 running track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides swimming I frills and satin ribbon : present they are an accessory to ,I '.-,1 '.. '- '.-i'; : '' ..r..
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    golf rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; I bows or loops. with flowers disposed tailor suits, but when warm weather I r ..:. : -_. .r.
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    Biology; several large museums and shops; electric lights, electric and'I'I I .." ,

    steam heat, cement walks, shell roads broad avenues, spacious

    shrubbery and trees; social, literary musical and other students' clubs; star!
    JUDGE S. BULLOCK
    lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location is beau :,

    tiful and healthful, and the expenses are low. The First Judge to Preside in the New Court House-He is a Native of

    For catalogs, views, folders and Information, address the President. I j jI the County and Has Just Turned His o'ltb Mile Post.


    LINCOLN HULLEY Ph.D. Litt D. LL.D. DeLand, Eli II I I .
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    GvnNY M. .YUUN..MIVJ _J .
    I rw.rirw; +:w+wr N M mm++wwv 1' this tm.e her M n-, -; \i"t>re really to receive -

    5? th*? i iuiprcs.-I i .a th.-t her; baby was

    State Institutions for Higher Education jj.// A i I IJ Ii | Expressing! the Baby.. if ifw. alive and well. She snatched It from

    its traveling crib and hurried It to her
    I .* sr /s :::$s. ;.; ;:
    i, breast covering; it with kisses.!' Then

    l lOrtpn.il] ehe put It back and covered Dan with

    .a University of the Florida Female College i I II II During the illness of Mrs. olirtle.! kisses. Then she cried a little and

    z J wife of Dan Dolittle. carpenter, her laughed; a little, never for a moment
    '\. '".. how her child could
    wondering coma
    in Uose-
    of her sister
    State of Florida I baby was in care )
    back to her in this strange manner.
    I Tallahassee, Via I field fifty miles away. At the moth-
    t But Dan, spying; a note in the chest
    .. I '', the father having asl
    : recovery
    Fla. A College for Women, without! a | opened it and read it. It explained
    in Iloseflell and not wi-h:1g: to
    parallel in the South, embracing a I matters.A .
    j'Gainesville spend the time himself on the Journey short distance below the seen of
    i Colege of Liberal Arts, a School fr;)r
    A high grade institution for young ;IKIC' it occurred to him to "ea-i the the accident lived an I Ignorant, stupid

    ., men offering Literary, Scientific Engineering Teachers, a School of Industrial I j child home under care of the l bag; ag.'- German couple. Neither of them heardof

    ; Courses., Agricultural and Pedagogical Arts, a school of fine arts including \\ \ I 1t man of the train whom ho knew well the bridge breaking down, and If
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    i Strong Faculty; well equipped lab piano, pipe organ, \"iolin"oice culture ] :,I I \ i lie found a little chest that would di they had they would never have concerted

    elocution and Physical Culture sister It with what followed. The
    : oratories; thorough instruction, both very veil for a traveling; crib. His
    A Faculty of able specialists: in al:: the river
    theoretical and practical; careful supervision !' lined it with blankets: put a feather German was coming; across

    and discipline; high moral departments. tr t\\' pillow in the bottoai and when all wa; in his punt when h s saw a floating
    free. Charges for special
    Tuition
    tone.No instruction in Fine Arts reduced to a :f 1 t', ,ta I ready dt'posne.1 the child. Dan put oa box. The water was smooth, and the ;
    tuition charges to Florida stu I 'I ( i'at box sailed along; right:: side up. The
    the
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    : minimum. Now hu.l: !insin!: corrof a tag as a precaution in case contents t
    dent Oth. r txptn-p: s very low. iFII'd mn took It in, pulled out the hook.
    i idrp 1- ,)n-' :'11''r: i :: fr C.ita:,;;. I fell !into o her hands than tae
    For catalogue and information a
    raised the lid and saw a baby. It was
    the client to
    ANUREVSLEits A 1. \i'PR.f.i! : : baggageman, addressing
    Pr" l'I'. 11- 1I 1- .. ; i II e1'1 II I 1r8. Daniel Dolittlo. Birkville. This unconscious, and he supposed It dead.
    I Taking it to his but on the bank his
    1 Side Up With are. Glass. There was
    i it gla-: wife save It some warm milk, and It
    uo prevarication in marking
    revived. The woman who was childless -
    ;g """ for tile baby's b-rttle was there ready

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    i \ll"n the baby and would not give It up.
    the lid down
    hoi l
    >t.: \le to
    S, I She kept it a month, when her husband
    t !irt I'1. but it v.-.x-s u-jt in'u-.JtHl tluit ti.
    i t'J : I discovering that it was costing
    t t i !M should he elot'. Jit bei'o"1 triri: :
    t, ;1w i{ I, I.I I. : tA fh- : him a good deal of milk! and fearing
    I .r.te the u-.ta.-r-v.1. : > : ahy to
    I they might get into trouble: If they
    / 11 ;' \ station; and turnoj-it ocr to the b.i?-
    t1 t I' ; kept it, prevailed upon her to send It.
    4 -,'':ceu. who: rt-eeived: it willing
    on according to the address on theta
    I it oa a tru: k and put th" nijipl.: on ,
    ?. So he took it t:> an express office "
    Sn-/HK .
    rrtb.A
    the bottle into th. ,'oml'it'-'S nt
    > where the clerk after ponderin awhile
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    ., FIRST AND LAST \\ \ \ :: hour l litter Dan lI litfl"" aw an ;
    whether to accept such fragile freight
    ,j Vi'ni": aiiuouhfi'jg that a I.ritge! had
    concluded to pass It oa. especially as
    .' broki;: under the tram: on wh'.oh: h<> !! -
    It would be delivered within a couple
    i.. P-J. 14V6 !ull sent! his baby and let the fit two j
    ) I of hours. It Is probable that at the
    'f Yi./J. cars into th> ri"f>.r. He ma to th? st :- I
    f. i
    I time of the accident the lid closed, the
    sometimes entire they will aspire to the dignityof rioa..and getting on a relief tra'.i.' v 'iit
    tr option, or an comes
    hook Into the the box
    i slipped staple, :
    Mean ; made to all who j tht"'J" of --'.aeoide-.it.. TV-: b Zgsr -
    ,} 4 rt-atb; then again one or two singlewars : : ] independent waists. to : i was thrown Into( the river and floated


    J 1 If buy or wear them. In style :!prove< becoming.are placed These anywhere hats that are may eas- !:i Charming Little Etons ,t..;_"naii car was had partly l'n Immersed k'IKtl "r ,dr the,'v.-h-i.1"';1.- ;j to the German.GERTRUDE GOW..L .

    u:.i t'lere W:'.:> no sn of tV l hay.Daa
    ease and durability, "Shield Brand Shoes"toe ..y made at home, the shirred brim j Fascinating little white linen worked all the afternoon mov-

    the mark of perieetion. i'ing the only part that requires any !! Etons, trimmed with embroidery or in: trunks and hunting for his child's!
    BY CLEAN HANDS.
    SAVED
    ) I SOLD C5LIAULE MfiRGMNTS ONLY )..vial skill. One of tucking through-) handwork, are brought out for orna- !'xxiy without avail. While! he was -u .,i -

    .' .:.r is attractive, and if one possess-1: ment rather than use, suitable to any work his wife. who knew the bf"y Thrilling Incident of the Days of the
    M. C. RISER C. Manufacturers. wj-cvked train arrii.: :.uJ ',:
    '- three or four lace sprays they can } kind of morning or afternoon dress. vas on the Paris Commune.

    ATLANTA, CA. ',utilized on the crown. If an ex- ,! Others are of corded pique. also or- :le was obliged; to announce to her that Frederic Villi-rs' "Peaceful Personalities

    For Safe b> < Ti-ve and elegant hat is desired, ai I namented with French dots or em the child! had doubtless been thrown and Warriors Bold" contains a
    nt of the car door which was oy"'n at
    MARION SHOE COMPANY .I'-TH Leghorn or chip, trimmed with I broidery. A third style is in very t'e' tin of the accident, and 'hnr'.rlll.der striking; and somewhat bloody tale of

    \t ::v velvet and white ostrich ;' sheer lawn with narrow lace inser t'le car or heavv trunks at the b"r- the terrible days 'it the Paris com

    1ji i ':flies, or white taffeta silk is avail- tion. As may be understood, these torn of the ",er. The potr1):11::) mune. An uuniu-d Englishman tells

    ;. .. >.>-, Large roses and white plumes little fascinators are only appropriateto r.:.s: hy.;;*>rk'ai. Dan begged bt"r to go the story of h.uis -if and Archibald

    "' in fashionable favor or flowers I young people. 'i') ue. I ur >te \v mld not till she .;ra> Forbes, the great war correspondent:
    'There was a goul deal of t fighting In
    .1.1: velvet. Colored feathers in two VERONA CLARK. j -":-l'E'thing the manner of her hilb:"
    the streets at the time, for the Versailles
    ,;ienth.: So he let her stag till:i the .
    afford
    shades black
    three ship
    on
    Field Station W.
    Syndicate,
    | hard
    weir pressing upon
    troops ( ;
    FROM 1 OUR DISTILLERYI removed but ns thire7"iTo
    DIRECT vrr.-ck had teen
    ,
    :i"> brilliant coloring desired by The above design is by the McCall :; the communists. < ':le afternoon, In a
    still no :irdieations: of what had
    ,:::e brunettes. Co.. of New York, publishers of Fashion street not far from -.vhere we were sitting
    V 'f>me of the child husband an.l wxw >
    and manufacturers of McCall pat I was rouudf.1 up by a party of
    j "nt to their desolate) home broken
    The Prince Coat
    Chap
    rebels and matle to work erecting.
    ,
    I
    terns. lie..rtiH1.
    I WllLOW DALE I i barricade, when I found another Englishman -
    This natty jacket i is seen on many I A month i.asi-ed: without any dev .op-

    <:ring suits, prettily trimmed with I Phosphate Rock in New Zealand. j, ...JhO: as t."- :.ether the baby had been I! It was Forbes pressed the f jr war the same correspondentWe business.

    ,' of buttons : line effect on the I I! .r-:"!Lu'd or dr.Avned. This uncertainty I
    .vs n Mining and burning operations are : ; chummed together at our distaste-

    1 LCM ..::rbust, pockets and sleeves. of being carried on by the Ewing Phosphate -I z" )rked was upon no the cocifort mothers for mind her_ Had andrlere I I: ful work, which! we were compelled to I

    ,':rse with, buttons of considerable do or risk being shot for spies."Presently .
    Co., at Clarendon" Otago. In ; her fiiil-l! : lie.l In it. bed she would!
    -. N at the front. It is made in a va- the barricade was attacked -
    'overed frr-m the
    docl'tl! have
    : :>
    WHISKEY- : .fOf materials-silk, serge or bril- 1905. 5,000 tons of phosphate rock !' -hork: in time. But she brooded over by the Ver dlleiats, and the communists -

    were produced for treatment at the ; after a sharp right were driven
    _irine: the former of heavy quality the I.\Jf- l.ttle: thing's horrible taking

    ,- .:.nel chemical works at Burnside. A con 'ff ti'I! Dan bean to fear that he would helter skelter down the street

    I siderable quantity has also been mined i sanitarium. j Forbes and I ran with them. Presently
    hare to send her to a ;

    A F LL. 5 Cl1RIIESC Thinner Fabrics I by the Milburn Lime and Cement j Luc umrring there was a heavy rattle he shouted, 'Dive into that wlneshop on
    II ; the left: I Immediately did so, and
    Co., from its property at Milburn. Deposits -! of mil\vht-t--ls on the street bo-
    French voile the Eton is .
    ra
    -1 as pre-I Forbes, catching bold of me pushed
    of this mineral have been discovered -' fore the door and a !sharp ring at the
    QTS. '-' ,..,.. PREPAID :-rable. and no more stylish trimming South he!I. Mrs. Doiittle! answered the ca'I.' I me through a shop to a back yard

    can be had than braiding on a silk near the "aiau- river, I where we found a pump 'Now,' said I
    nJ driver handed
    : un
    express wagon
    52 ,,5 ::: "..; \.l. ;)' around the skin, on the jacket land. he, wash your hands quickly and I let
    ,t .. : us a.n"'t\t''t\_ ,, : ..... :-. :r.i: band her a book and a pencil to sign for a
    r \ nuirk t1 c l' have turn.: After our ablutions
    ctse1th no me a
    sleeves. It is certainly and
    " -'. .- r .. and three-quarter package. She signed wonderingly,
    DALE RYE > : :
    WILLOW .I:
    ; he burned back into the street
    qutn.ot if'on don't find it all:; r' _'.: ,,-_ : me ; somewhat early to foretell fall I The Volusia County Record says the man delivers! an oblong box. On : me
    -' Trit and That simple incident of washiI; my
    ever t tisted. send it bacle) U, it ,:r'c- styes and fabrics but those who I that not since the republican administration it was: a tag with the address: "Mrs. i 1 e
    best you hands saved life, and I always remember 1<
    I
    will be : : >;'ie'i. Darnel; I Dolittle. Bir1 ville.! This Side Up i my
    2..S5 promptlrci"i;
    t pence and your : well! in the innermost circle are pos of the early 70s, has a newspaper I i it with gratitude.
    offer? With Care. Glass." Mrs. Dolittle un-
    Isn t that a fair itive that silk will be the material enjoyed such an easy snap as !
    Remember we are distillers, so when \ >u hav tK'Oked the lid and opened it. "We had hardly gained the street before -
    o save the enormous proms ut the ,it-.tiers :- for next season and the cordial approbation Mr. L'Engle's newspaper at Talla we were roughly arrested by the
    exclaimed
    I II from us: you "Mother t}f heavenf': she
    ,, and avoid all chance of adulteration. Z-'u are extended to the "mirage de hassee. "Talk about graft," it says and forthwith fainted.It !, victorious troops, who would not listen

    sure of getting our whiskey just as u cot-n fr" ni Fantaisie" in the early spring was I "talk about bossism talk about corporations happeiied that It was noon. and I to any explanation: and were hurried
    being tampered l:1Y
    I our distillery without due to its peculiar beauty and excellent -, and favoritism, the Tallahassee Dan c TIS irouieiitarily expected home along: with many other prisoners till

    ,, h k'' way.. corn whiskey, we will send vou wearing qualities. It is'well Sun has the softest snap of ;i frcia his w\ri. How Inn I ; it was after I, we came to a blank wall, where a halt
    If prefer
    .t four full you quartsof our ALLAN SI NCLNff'5 CO JWWHISKEYforS2.80expressprepakl. adapted to the present clinging styles any paper ever printed in Florida." j the receipt of the pacfcas:: Before he : was ms.dt.lOtIt a dozen of un were
    ; T Yuac-ta t I made to stand in a hue with our backs
    4 surface in all fash It says further that it "gets all the arrived cannot: be known but It was
    x and its shadowy I officer
    : cried the -
    r ; from anybod else dt to the wall 'Hands up
    whiskey There In tae hall
    better corn probably! soon. I
    buy a very
    4 ionable hues, imparts special charm. state printing through favoritism, In charge.
    I tJ a any price. I was liL- wife lying en thf :lair uuoonscLoa -
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    y satisfaction or taocey pure and simple. I who had soiled
    "The devils
    Our of perfect poor
    --t, I guarantee Dresses tt'iil: the i identical: ; ohost in
    eveshipment we cuke. Yearun Lingerie I remain. Forbes andI
    told
    refunded goes with the which he hid plated her child Lee hands were to

    i no risk when have you deal with of us a million as OWEMB dollars These are very much the result of The Tallahassee Sun says that sending it houvward and In it was were the only men who were allowedto

    I) of our company do as resources we individual taste, and white. pink and Frank Adams has long yearned for that ch: .1. lor::ln? as rr.duy a; aa antncan fall out, for our hands: showed no
    say.
    and will exactly of
    work soil pow-
    sn! of barricade or
    I I k9RCREf KO.I THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO, pale blue lawn skirts are traversedin the honor of being a United States al.! ... i"-i"i'! avay: en a ;rte.! der then. Before we realized
    upon
    ':J hsitts.tsT.Jw MACONGA e"I MACON CAr any and all directions by bandsof I senator from Florida. An egg is tot If Dan hadn't been a man he would '.tat had happened the rest were riddled -
    + have fainted! too. V. it
    ij- probably was.
    Registered DUtOIery No. 29., Swift Creek. Co.I batiste embroidery and narrow more full of meat than, the Jasper i I with bullets it was a ;ghastly'lIo
    Owner he rushed for water. Crinkled It in hiswife's
    .lace.: Embroidered bands! white) on nan is, of political ambition. i face and r ,nht her ta. By slt; !." .
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    'THE RISE AND FALL OF THE ORANGE\ INOUSTSY !IX MARION l \ \ COUNTY .

    f The safn:;eifest at Jacksonville was '

    gran !It \ as it. --- ERRYS

    -- ----- Its Early Promoters) ... Motive Tress More Pleijtifu; than; Mn9 {oMai' .. Pictures of f Fcni; ior Sights! ;Scfor the Big Freeze \ .

    Oil and sand mixes all right and ,
    -- ---- --- --- -- Seedsprove
    r male an excellent road. f

    '. ,. their worth at harvest ,
    :.' The C.J-IM.; ..al chirp of the little tunc. Aftcrdverfftyyearsof -

    sparrows *y' .n d s nice to us. f 'IJ._ iJ'jl' i t ci rriyw.' 'I'. ;: ..::T'J. -' ,. success, they arc pronouncedthe
    t{ ( R + Lf .. best and surest by carefulpp'urs

    'r y erat; yy'tilcj 5rd y i : : everywhere. Your
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    Now it I is being asserted that Mr.
    ''t' -' tb > 1901 Seed
    : rtf V' I dealer sells m.
    ." ,. .,- 5+ t' \ .
    Burr is a farmer. Whisper it softly, .... I Annual free or. request.
    w >
    &itt
    % ., Uetwlt,Ml.ft,
    and don't suite.) I V. *i. I'ERR0.
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    It seem to us that the yellow I

    newspapers would be the national : I PROFESSIONAL CARDS 7?...

    color in Japan. : I f J

    II I I

    POWERS M. D. :
    sion wii'e he: is making his canvass W. H. .

    It woo'; be a nice relief to get I

    back to te tra of big men. I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
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    I I
    II! Block. ,
    Office Yonge
    Congressman A. A. Wiley is un- '

    dergoing a severe arraignment in. OCALA FLORrt\

    ", some of thf Alabama newspapers.The I -
    I T. E. BIGGS.

    many friends of Comptroller x I '

    -; Croom tbrOv hout the state will be I,I ATTORNEY AT LAW.

    : glad: to learn that he is convalescing. I -

    Law Library Building.

    : It is better to stand gracefully in OCALA, FLORIDA

    the rear line of life's battle than to

    : \ falter in the trout of progress. E.> W. DAVIS.

    3

    Japan musts the United States and ATTORNEY AT LAW

    will make no demand on her for indemnity _

    for that Frisco attack. Gary Block. .

    I OCALA, FLORIDAR. :
    II II I
    Since the failure of Pinellas countyto I I
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    materialize, Editor Powell is offering D.
    FULLER.DENTIST.
    his automobile for sale-Pensa- .

    cola Journal. Over Munroe & Chambliss Dank

    ; ,. OCALA FLORIDAJ. ",
    .,+ .:1e
    John Temple Graves persists in the J "

    statement that :Mr.: Roosevelt is the
    E. CHACE D. D. S. :

    '. nation's only hope.. Suppose he A BUDDED ORANGE TREE BEFORE I r.ATURiTY-Bc.i: ; FO':,_ Tt-. c .._ _. r-L1.ri ,: 1.\Z: S WERE

    .f: were to-but why speculate? VISIONS OF WEALTH AND; BEAuTY I.. ALL PARIS CF MArl v.r COUNTY. DENTIST.Holder- .1


    The Georgians in Jacksonville haveorganized ---- f

    About the year 1S70 Mr. James A. ? ed of 0.5 acres in one year after h- indigenous or were imported into the those who set to work to make them Block. i
    a club. Some of our veryLest
    < t citizens come from the old red Harris, then a resident of Ocala, pur-i i purchased it be sold -W acres ot it ,I state by tbe Spaniards. The fruit usually I I''a I profitable industry. OCALA, FLORIDA }{

    hills of Georgia.R. chased a wild orange grove on orange to the late Hon. P. P. Bishop for more : was very sour, but occasional I,! The efforts of Messrs. Harris, Bishop MISS FLORENCE BRIGGS.suSNOGRAPHER .4

    Lake and began the work of than he gave for the whole gro\e. j! there was what is known as a "bitter- :,; Mathews and others were very ..., J

    concerting it into a of sweet I sweet," that is, the inner I I
    grove lining wa It
    ; = I'very j successful. Their were speed-
    for
    Hudson Burr is a candidate These two men uegan the work of ]' ., groves & TYPEWRITER.
    bearing orange trees. I bitter but the meaty portion very j brought into bearing and became
    go\ernor. His candidacy makes more felling these trees and budding the 1 jily I :
    f Before this time Jlr. John O.
    interesting an already interesting sit- Mathews native sweet. I i ii immensely profitable, Mr. Harris
    g I stocks with sweet buds of the Ii i i t Commercial Bank. '
    then sheriff of this and I
    : i uation.-Winter Park Ilichochet. county very best oranges that they could in the days whta: cotton was king shipping in one year as many as CO- OCALA, FLORIDA .
    residing in Ocala, had secured an option loOw
    boxes.
    procure from straggling trees in dif the stave owner.:* of tins count cut |I

    t: The New York courts hold that on this grove, but for some reason t down many acres d \ild: oral -c'I,'j This was before the railroad had --
    or another let it lapse.
    along the line of the same pursuitsa suc-ceeded i j trees in order to plant iLe grog i.u': i''! reached this section and the fruit
    lIe spoke so enthusiastically of the
    woman in the eyes of the law at be a fine variety of fruit. with the fleecy ::::[.p.-.. j I ';-8:; i LaukJ to the Oklawaha river Jerry Burnett, 1"
    possibilities of the cultivation of this
    east is on an equality with man. !i! and shipped to New York by water.
    fruit and foretold the future of this In tbe earlda's wild orange trees How long these wild: orani.o t'c'P" ;j,, +

    industry in language so extravagantthat bordered nearly all of our lakes and were growing indigneously, or otherwise i For many years Marion county bad
    .\Alabama woman adopted a man I Merchant f
    rivers. They were particularly abundant in rich hammock ,:
    our
    people began to look upon him I lands is : the distinction of producing four-
    , 2C years old, and the courts held that .I
    as being somewhat daft. Mr. Mathews i on Orange Lake, Lake Bryant not known, but they were here in fifths of the entire orange crop of thei
    the adoption was legal, and that he i I f
    afterwards, however, secured another and Lake Panasoffkee and the Okla- their pristine beauty when the i r r*:: 1 i I state.;:
    was entitled to a child's part in the Tailorin
    estate. property on the margin of Or- II I waha and Withlacoochee rivers. They English settlers came to the state !;I I: The pictures that we herewith present 1:

    ange Lake, which became a noted were even quite abundant in our and the thought that they would ever i 1! show one tree just before reac

    Ed J. Page of Michigan, writing to grove, and is one of the few that now hammock lands remote from bodiesof be ruthlessly destroyed by the icy ing maturity and one in full h-1, l

    his* home paper, says that "nearly all remain in that section.Mr. water, but it has never been defi- breath of the "Frost King" never and both were familiar sights in i Ocala Florida. f-

    I oranges eaten in Florida are imported James A. Harris grove consist- nitely settled whether the trees were once entered into the calculations o' those days. ,'i>",;

    from California." Is there to be no Finest Imported and: f
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    L limitations to the Ananias club? J Domestic Cloths. '" 1Cutting
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    i i ; .,.:.?;.1&{ t 1''k Ji!'" ttrfb.t' -'lt".,. ,, o. .: ', '" a Specialty] f .f
    Good Florida : "
    peaches are bringing .
    : t' 1.: 1T
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    f ". ..1.\: Fits Guaranteed.
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    $'w60 per crate in the New York mar- ,'..t1', .; I"t ., .gc !" ; : a
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    that the peach is one of incoming ".. ..,; -) ''., :.. < ,.' .
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    ( ,0 ) O CITIZENS
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    f', Florida crops. tl ....,,<-- ', ,, '. ";:" V ;_ "" 'A.t'c' ... --. '
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    The .
    indictments found : ; :
    against : itr .. 5.'i l''' '4r ; :; .: s ,
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    Klaw and Erlanger, charged with ;( + ... -; ,j ; -- "" .a. s
    operating : a21iY,4 '' f v { \ ;tea ; 'Y '
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    with other theatrical owners "ll 't. ,-At' 'k 10- .
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    and managers to maintain a monopoly ; "" ."... H--. :Jlfi..w : '-" -'to....._ ', _
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    ir' "' "" 'I: : .. ;: store. In fact, :1
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    have been dismissed in Now I ; <;>" '' 'f. '" J. ," <<_,'-,, ., .. .:... we are very
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    ,: ? t\! ; r anxious to have
    York '. i5llt .':;.\!\."'''''\ : ',i&' jJA'b' "'" ,'"" ,,,_ .. ..- r.:!';> ',_ ,; ",<, you come in .
    City.Those '''' f.I"Jf": ij ti.".. .';''--H''', ,,"," '_ A' {; ,: and inspect the finest 1
    : .. .; !; '' ." .:: a 5. drugstore
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    I tt) ""O ', '., .?'_J "lJfh' 'fr ; < ':>,, .:. in the South. k, t
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    : 'coa's of Jiu1" tht> Live OA T :::1'j1 >e "" .
    ', "Jj>'\ \:' Wt1\'j: -,. ( >f;, >".' ,
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    Democrat was going to "lu'ap on i"ii }( !;t; : T.S.;'." 1; ., *1 :1
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    In : : ing "good t lungs alInits. I '1. ><"m, ".' -,, If ; T ) .;., > e1. '*
    b <<- ; : -i". i.
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    ,'' did iui ..istt"v 1 hrng. Thf \'l'ITnext I Ii ". f.' .,' .'.".of" .t i"<, .",. 0-l ,'r. Y",',-1.1-, ,,,-" ;" 't7ric'*)''L;,' ., ;' : (..' !" ; _" ",'. OUR PARCEL BUREAU f,
    i f..t .3 ... 4' > .r. '. -
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    lash o :t of the bo\ they turn.1 l j ,' II..., ;. ; I' '11IL ';,;;"-,'",".'.'" -' ., "- ,'-.'. -'.' <. ,.; ,:;,-""" ,",0 ',' .,-;-" ., Jjrr.'i' w. :.-:-
    to ashes on fie: lips. I I ": <: ;.:i--'i.\' a.... ',.' ;;:i>,,:;..t't" -,,- ;<,i.'J.'_ ;.;., "-"" "'-"_''.r", '"'' ....<._. We will be glad to take care
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    > rq your parcels while
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    ; in ,
    '- --r& I. ; ': iA\\ ; 1i :. town.
    Th- T'snes: Uniou philolIl1lrsa ;: ; 'Wtfl lf :"" ''- : ,W..n' ,-r.J"' ,. 't.''# "'" ". f'>I' ,.. : ;Bring them in and ..aweIll
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    that wh'D a man ha-n't a c rn' "j' '-" ;'I'< \ -! ; -I',"" il"> ''{ i'o 1.!' ';,{ .. ... \';'."'' ;;t'it. _.< :' ]care of them, sand ,?,
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    \ "W"" < : J. 'n .. '-" ''' you won't lose them.
    paigu inronv. the wise thing to do i -- ;; ,!! 1.
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    ; ., "
    is to cultnaie a taste for beer From '3 "fr't'r'1 Jf1J : '-f .'\: ':f.'''c.".- '. 'f..., \. "; '11. .. '< 1' ''''. .";'JI \(,-,:,'
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    the amount c:' beer consumed this ad- >i ..;.LVJ.. "; \. .;l_ .._ F .dJj'. .<.\ ; -tit "WIjJ: : !> : ;J "' OUR DRUGS ARE ALL FRESH AND PURE .

    vice must have been I .'''' r" :
    given before. I 'r'1 \ .. ,
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    .. "" J'F' you no mistake
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    ; t you buy your drugs of
    Of course it.is contrary to our i I "I -- "'t\tir.:1.A '
    I; """ : I __ us. ":
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    sense of humanity to carry chickens .' ,J ; ji <>': f. J < ;lit ,: :
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    with their heads hanging down but .. 1, t'- .-- ,
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    it has been decided in Atlanta that it '.'. '; <'...""- ." J':; '" '. Hunter
    .. : Drug Company :
    k." -, -u'_ ',' :!' .;', <' ;'
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    is contrary to law. The case was '' : : ...;,: >t .' ;.;. __. -___

    tested by members of the humane so- a .'3 01

    li ciety. AN ORANGE TREE AFTER REACHING FULL MATURITY-NCT.CE; THE O.VNCR A TPVE' CRACKER ,

    \ I ," SPORTING A BEAVER HAT-THESf. T'ES'IEr.E ALL TO TdE; GOOD. /

    So respectable a weekly publica- I !I "* y* 1

    I tionas Collier's Speaks of Harry Orchard's A Flower for a State The Marion !
    t Official. Good Roads Question.It The Fate cf Orchard Ocala MisunderstoodWe I
    t'
    spiritual grO\\'t \ Orchard Capt. R. E. Rose, state chemist. .is

    himself seems to think that he is tot here in the interest of his department is quite fabhionaole; this: /1a! :, s: o' What is to become of Harry; Or- welcome the news that Fort Dunnellon's Best Hotel 3

    I become a second David-"a man af'l of the state government. Capt. Rose to hold "good road meetings and 1 I i chard, if the defense success, as it Myers is growing so rapidly, and i

    f ter God's heart:' This is ia- fJ.r! promise of doT} ; 'u ( :: I DUNNELLON
    own occurs to It one of the finest chemists in the ora; and s-pon po,'trand *I N-,.rt", jplettly > i if the time shall come when FLORIDA .
    us as being terribly sacriligious. United States di=pro\ng; his Hory ot ti-> she will i
    :
    t and takes a deep interest ically b u.d: nice ;
    :
    j public roars from :' pass our own city in the her .
    race
    in his complk iij ot others in his coufr :ed
    r, work. He has saved the town to town all of which i-. \ nytnjoablt joy shall not be qualified by
    N. C. Pettit of Waldo, who has farmers of the ;. trims and n fastening sole !' >ani'ity captious Rates si.50 S- 1
    t state thousands of dol- no doubt! But, until the, : denials and quibblings and .to ;.50 per day, j
    been -; for VPIV 'in-->n orchard him- ungener-
    engaged in silver mining in lars, and has "
    i
    brought the fertilizer present barbarous and dPZ'nViet : .-.' 0 .t.: '.'.) ou.- flings and non-sequiter sophismsand Under -
    t Mexico for several years, has returned trade in Florida .r.t. New Management
    : where
    to
    the
    farmer \ laws ;,
    are aioisNd: : and -Incvja' i>:-y disparagements, and
    - : to his home and his are "hilt Orchard: l'dY have I"*:-\ ;_y.o all the Refurnished .
    expresses getting the best .
    t I to be had for viet us-'il: in wd (construction tn<( other deuces which defeated Throughout. )' if
    I intention of remaining here permanently their jug about his alleged! a-iocia'!s 1:1 rivals .
    money. He has ..
    practically driven r..pair.'t \':;ill! ,' liar -omttinies ,
    Ii yet f' any *'lie resort to to
    in future. His numerous from the pu cnni. it is not r"'aaonabk ld -Mp,u.>e allay their Porter Jleetslll \
    state all Trains
    fertilizers that roads worths of rl ho- and soothe ,
    : nam 01 Florida I pains the growling bowels ,_
    I friends throughout the county will i are that Le was lying shoat i\- c ;.ncuilt. ',,
    not fully
    up to what they cIa in .
    to lAnd what -ham1, of their
    yeT. ; both u'n.et- | chagrin. Are
    be glad to learn this.-Gainesville I be and has done about the .\ man may: bf wiling to PHjlll' you listening We Solicit a share of the V JJ
    same thingin and public ,
    ; public roads m our bea-ianl .and l] Editor Harris, of Ocala?
    -Live
    himself in'oh' others, but
    ; Son feed to : it i I
    I stuffs. He is arranging to | of flowers!-Bonifay Ad\' rriscr. Oak Democrat.Our patronage.
    i 1 have the I : is hardly possibe; that he would perJure -
    new food law well in hand -
    '. I is-Senator Stewart, of Nevada, when it into i! himself to put his own neck in good friend seems to have
    I goes effect September 1. The News
    Tampa
    been
    suggests a Tampa caught in an air current Mrs.
    and is Kilpatrick
    who has boxed the political compass Miami News. -'the: noose. I Prop.
    man for governor, and the St. Petersburg turned all
    -
    i as often as some circus performers I So, if Orchard alone is proved guile wrong-side outwards.
    Independent, acting th Ocala is not mad, Dunnellon, Fla.
    I have made a tour of the world, is now Capt. J, 31. Catbcart, on j I ty of the crimes he has confessed, nor envious, nor
    commanding
    suggestion ,
    gives the following lineup of the bad
    any things
    shouting for Roosevelt, along with Camp Loring U. C. V., has of will it not be "up to" tbe courts of our good friend -
    returned the
    available
    men: Wallace conjures up against her.
    Temple Graves. He says Roosevelthas from a trip which included the Con- Stoveallup. Eddie Idaho to punish him accordingly- (Population For Sale/ ,-Dr, Marean's Liver Pil'l
    Limelight, aside Ocala
    Peter O. ) wants
    Live
    only been elected one time and federate reunion at Richmond. lIe Tampa News. Oak to made from Dr, Marean's
    Midnight, "More Funds" catch private iqr-,
    Palmer T. up with her in all the
    it is really not a "third term." That reports a delightful time and the J. Laud-Himself other mula; have been tested for twenty
    Brown
    Perry Wall, things that mean
    far we think ho is right. Had Roosevelt greatest A Deserved Fate development and five years
    reunion held by the U. C. labor I ; purely vegetable.
    ( Sent
    candidate), Janitor of the growth, and bigness, and l'
    headed the ticket when McKinley V. in years.-Tampa News. Sing glory now through all the land, tolerance, postpaid on receipt of price.
    Court House, JACK NIGHT, (dark and forbearance. 23 eta. a
    carted it to victory perhaps his. Mr. Cathcart is Ocala breath- box. Address.
    grown, and horse) Majority) Wright, Carto On- Sing with your latest
    tory would cot have been written altogether his friends will be pleased to read .> Mrs. Beatrice Marean
    ist Taylor Bobup( ) ':McNamee (sure The happy news has come to land: Seven Methodist bishops preachedin ,
    : the same. ;the above. 16
    '- thing.) The groundhog's froze to death. Atlanta Sunday. East Belmont St. j I

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    LIFE IN THE OLD WORLD I II


    An American I Immigration Agent AlJjpost G1LYBIt:2ItB: : : B BIjB B9B BItEItE: B :E 2: B :E B :EG1



    li*'Europe Persuaded really Europe a to more Live desirable in I.j,i !1 b CONSPIRACY m


    counTry to live in than America? Of
    I
    the thousands and hundreds of thousands -I !

    who come to this country an- I m

    wally howmany are disappointed in EXPOSUR- A-'PL

    their expectations, and how many return i! I THE OF high-handed and diabolical, INVOLVING MEN PROFESSIONALLY -

    home, after being here only a i I

    short time. to tell their friends and : j AND POLITICALLY PROMINENT, will appear in the issue ofSUN B

    relatives: that this country is not the't !O

    . ) ideal place it has been pictured where ,

    fortunes can be made and where only !I I

    sunshine and happiness awaits them j J JWt' TIJE of Saturday July I3th m

    ask these questions in view ol'' ,

    a remarkable letter that is published I J _

    in this week's isue of the Farmer M i !


    Union Guide, now from in Europe Mr. George in t h.T.interest MoEldenv. -- .i, j 1& The most Startling and Sensational Story eve printed in a Florida Publication, Embellished with H j

    of the Farmers' Union of this I

    coup''/, to consult with cotton man II : Photographs of the Participants, and telling of the Daring Effort of THE SUN'S Representatives o.j jto

    ufarArers.. and to seek immigrant QJ 1

    for ihe south. In his first letter written ,I I get information necessary for the completion of the' Story. Tom Lawson never dealt with rrJ

    aboard the outgoing steamer, MiMcElderry '. ; [13

    expresses surprise that j jh I''
    Facts of more Secret Culling. REMEMBER ---- tS Q
    *> found so many passengers return- r 11

    ing to their native country. "Talk

    about! bending a committee of inimi- I: I, the Thirteenth B gin your Subscription with that date. Send the Dol-
    aturday
    gration to Europe to solicit people to I I.J ,
    lar today The Story alone IS worth many times the 1
    tome to America sayslr.. MeClderrv -

    j "when hundreds and thou-, : i PJ price of the Yearly Subscription THE SUN is sold by Subscription exclusively. It cannot be obtained on the News-stands. Address:

    ands are leaving New York every i '

    week because they did not find thi : : ,

    'land of the free and home oi'': I b THE SUN Tallahassee Florida

    the brave' as attractive as thfi i : M

    old country. All huddled on board'


    comforts suffer like sheep the or endure almost hogs,the they intolerable almost are willing unbeai di-t rna: Eae: e: &.gf{ ErE ai: Z fl8: EiEaE3t3: : : EtIErtS3E: {a grn


    able stench, and run the risk of all'' -- 0 ,

    sorts of diseases for ten or twelve i\I I
    4 444444404444 .D4404444444444N444SN44S44441 e tn ci' !::-\'t.\y! : Olit m-tc: ; K \u:i-
    days lather than in a land where i
    stay .
    I f -loin placing reliance'! in his b'ar-- l' SPECIAL
    tr.an meet is interestedonly /-Yt 4
    they
    every i DISCOVERY OF PHOSPHATE1N nientij, but after the lapse of about
    /4 i
    getting possession by graft
    orl I two months he finally consented wend
    any sort of scheme, of the few dollars \ COUNTY. :
    they possess." | AUtyON :> samples of the new discovery tu .L MILLINERY

    a well known chemical laboratory at
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    Mr. concludes from
    McElderry | The Finding of Gypsum Led to its D s\"cl'Y An : St. Louis for analysis The chemist
    what he saw aboard the ship that it
    Eminent Fruitless Quest-The Discov- there confirmed the anaysis of th<' SALE .
    1w Is not necessary to go to Europe to : Physician's : ,
    home chemist. Still this would not I
    get all the immiggration we want ery has Added Millions to the Resources 1 .- JIf
    have impressed Mr. Dunn with the
    but suggests that "a man who can % of the Sate < ; I
    great importance of the discoerehad >

    speak German or French can'go to ..........................4........+...444444I/ i not the chemist fortunately ad- ic---: 24th
    New York and get all the immigrantswe June to
    ded in the footnote "This discoveryis
    :
    If one had visited Ocala} at anytime tor's long quest was: never requited. I
    need in a short while. I as valuable as a gold mine, aiidif
    Hut an interesting feature of the between the later 60s and the I During the year nx?. Mr, Adam L i July 24thWE
    I it exists in quantities you had bet
    second letter from Mr. McElderry,, early >0s, he would haw met a very Eichelberger while digging a well ter secure the property at once."
    written after arrival in Europe is the on his place at Panasoffkee, discovered I WILL ON ABOVE DATES START OUR ANNUAL SPECIAL
    gentleman, who clad ref--
    interesting This coal of fire
    remarkable contentment and appar : a substance that upon analysiswas was as a on a gopher's SUMMER SALE, AND FOR TillS OCCASION HAVE REDUCED THR
    here from Cedar Key soon back, and in the vernacular of
    ent happiness of the people, especiallythe ugeed found to be gypsum, and as his PRICES ON ALL OUR TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS. ALSO,

    poorer classes. ",Yo Americans" after that port was blockaded by the find was written up with some par- the street, Mr. Dunn "got a move on OUR BABY CAPS AND FANCY RIBBONS WILL BE SOLD AT REDUCED

    pride ourselves on being the 'proper federal fleet. ticularity by the local newspapers, 1 him" and secured options on proper- PRICES DURING THIS SPECIAL SALE THIS IS NOT A LOT 0+'

    stuff: when in fact, we know nothing The name of this gentleman was and was extensively copied by the I ties, and afterwards formed what is SHELF-WORN, OUT OF DATE STOCK, BUT OF THE VERY LATKtT
    known the Dunnellon Phos-
    now as
    about enjoying ourselves" says Mr.McEldmy. Dr. Zepheniah Butt, a physician of state press many persons were on STYLES AND DESIGNS

    outbreak of the the lookout for gypsum which it was phate Company.In
    eminence, and at the
    Continuing, Mr.. McElderry tells severing of the relations between the believed would become a valuable a little while the whole state MISS MARY AFFLECK
    became a blaze of excitement and
    about iV'rading an evening at a public North and the South, was a large mill fertilizer.It OCALA HOUSE BLOCK, Opposite Post Office. OCALA
    prospectors flooded the woods in all
    park watching tl> people and it operator at Cedar Key. was about this time that Mr. Al- .

    was well worth while he says. "The Dr. Butt graduated in the class bertus Vogt, then living near the directions.The I -__ __ -
    history of phosphate mining in
    songs of birds, the beautiful flowers with Dr. John W. Draper, who becameso present town of Dunnellon, in sink Florida since that time is so familiar A Lawyer Complimented. I THE GARDEN SCHOOL

    and trees, the green grass and jolly famous as an author, and was him- ing a well came across quantities of!
    that it is not necessary to repeat it --
    crowd made one glad he was living." devoted to scientific research. stuff that he believed was gypsum. I
    self II here. But Mr. Vogt's discovery produced Jim Webster was being tried for How Children of Nekton Were Taught
    But not only in the parks but every I ta Beautify Home Ground.
    --- ---- -- revolution in the of colored witness
    ------ a history bribing a Sam John-
    where he found the people happy, MVx\eli' eC
    Tahnuaa
    Writing :ill <* :
    Florida, and millions and millions of sing to testify falsely.
    jolly and contented. He gives this the work of the _.ir ten MI'h.,1 In N't w.
    ... .. .. dollars have been added to its resources :-
    "
    here out of : '-.'. ;o. : ,. ,!.>t..:. :' "You say the defendant offered you '
    "These people get more ,. too, Mrs II A. !HI:: Mt 1I11)O.
    since. Many fortunes have
    10 centimes' worth of beer than we -:1: : : .''' '.; :.:.'''. 1: been made and lost in phosphate and $50 to testify in his behalf," asked AD oije k"v a to the eitlsea' of

    get out of a $:ao l jamboree. Going along the lawyer of Sam. Newton was the Jtrd.-u arbo coo*
    the business now is controlled by a
    of the principal streets of Ant- ducted by the ladles of the Social Sd
    one few and the "Yes. sah."
    I large companies prices
    yesterday evening at five o'clocka epee club of that ti>xvn during the auea-
    werp Sun- "'-;0."' I have become fixed and staple. "Now, repeat what he said, using ccr of lUOl A,"ured by George II. ,
    street organ (on* as big as a
    I We print herewith several pictures, his exact words." Maxwell: of the lI.me Outers' guild of
    school ) in a court beganto
    day organ
    children showing how the product is mined, "He said he would gib me $ao if the Talisman of the free services of an
    music and the ,
    ph4 dance
    begatlJo I both in the hard rock and the pebble 1-" experienced garden dirwtor. providedthe
    : dance. The sight was so I II club could defray the further expense
    I
    districts. "He didn't speak in the third
    novel that I immediately rented that I per- I of garden/ a committee of fiv4i tf
    I t
    organ for an hour and determined to ; sj ; t, --- ladles was appointed from the club t>

    ," get my money's worth for once, anyhow I see what could be ilone

    I :-l and stayed with them till I had : First they obtained the use! of apiece
    of vacant land on Jackson road
    spent my last centime. Little childrentwo y
    which was then an open gras plot.
    old grabbed each other
    years Then an appeal| was made by the com
    and waltzed as though they had been mittee to the department of agriculture

    accustomed to it before they were i at Washington: for free sewls, which
    .
    ;
    born. It was not three minutes before j I ( were promptly sent The committeesent
    N. Y
    there were thirty dancing to a circular letter to about fifteen of

    'beat the band.' The people 'pa st>d ,, the enterprising business men of Newton
    I them of the for the
    though it was II telling plans
    around' the children as I. : I
    I, garden oboo| and asking them If they
    about the
    unusual. Going I
    nothing I, were sufficiently interested In the experiment
    streets last night at S o'clock the I to give it some financial sup

    children were on the streets by the I DREDGING PHOSPHATE j, port.

    thousands and everybody bent on The response was quick, and at the

    1 having a good time, and they knew I -- .ad of a week
    1 how to have it. We Americans don't Dr. Butt early believed that phosphate but an analysis: shii.tJ that it was
    1 Know l lYow to enjoy oursehes. In our in large quantities existed in pnosphate < )ne hundred and six gardens 9 by 33

    t mad nj'i for the 'almighty dollar' Florida, and he was constantly on'' Mr. Vogt took samples of his fatf 1 eet were planted by as many different
    'billren from the Xooantun district
    when we take a day off we do not I the search for it. j I with the analysis to Mr. John F
    :utl the names of as many more interested -
    / \now how to get the pleasure out If one hadisited his home at any ] Dunn. who was at that time a ;pn- children were placed on tue waiting

    of life and frequently forget, after time between the years named he i perous banker in Ocala but a> Mi list.

    the day is over 'ha\ ng wasted so would have found his piazza lined I II Dunn's attention had never been d- A few of these children having learned

    much time.: "-Montgomery Journal. with rocks of all sizes and descrip I rected to the study of phosphate l b. how under the direction at the gar-

    I declined to enter into the formation den school went back to the home
    "* I
    f Ocala is considering "some things tions.Wherever the doctor went and,! of a company, bating for its object I I nARL RU 'K PH"SPH\TE MINE dooryards which had for all time previously f-
    been for cleare.laway
    used
    found a rock of unusual appearance he the purchasing of the property, and d.mp3
    uniique in Florida politics, being 1--- the debris spaded up the earth
    i would pick it up and take it to his the establishing of a plant for the, i
    - and planted seeds which they procured
    than a candi I
    nothing more nor less home, break it in two and rub the i mining of phosphate. Hawk Dropped Shad on His Farm. sun. dui l NNo I gratis from the director. The rewardwas


    dates' coming-out convention barbecueand accompanied pans together vigorously, expecting I But Mr. Vogt was persistent and endeavored A Milford farmer, Samuel Dietrich '! sail; : he tuck good care dat 1 a scarlet runner at the doorstep, a f F-

    by a record breaking that if it contained phosphate it to impress Mr. Dunn with dere were no third pusson 'round; row each of lettuce radishes and beans rand
    I
    this occasion vouches for the truth of the followingfish
    basket dinner. On would give out an odor somewhat resembling -I the importance 01 his discovery, and dar was only two-us two." I for garden flowers nasturtiums,

    7 \>'ery candidate for state office will the smell of snui;.', but :ti :' 'V in'-in-il' \a'K! of phosphate as story: "I know that, but he spoke to you i sunflowers and sweet aly*sum. One

    I lie invited to be present and deliver i phosphate rock 1- udo'!',.-." :,n,' ., I at.1' : :,:, ,, r !'MI- a- he hnt'wlr.: Vogt' He says that be saw a hawk flying t in the first person didn't he?" of the boys carried some vegetable

    their introductory speeches and pre ilh'i i i over his farm with something in its II "1 was de lust pusson myself, sah." from his home garden Into the exhibition
    UWlJS-! __ -- ---- claws, which he took to be a chicken ,
    to made (or ten -- ) : at Horticultural halt and was
    paramm j 'Toa don't understand cze. TVfcea
    ( when the bird of was lust j I awarded Could these c-iTJreu
    candidates. The proposed but prey a pnzc i
    .ind-people, not : he was talking to you did he say: 1
    convention will probably beheld over his home he frightened it witha I think you ever again be contented to
    :, will pay you $50? live in instead, of flower -
    The matteris gunshot, and it dropped a fine buck I I a dump a garden
    early in September. I i I "Noh sah; he didn't say nothin' i ? These girls and boys learned the
    of weighing more than two pounds!
    board shad,
    m charge of the Ocala I II i iI | 'bout you payin' me $50. Yoar name law' of cause and effect: that the soil
    The fish was alive when picked up ]
    trade, who will push the suggestionalong II I I I wasn't mentioned, 'ceptin' he told me I through healthful, pleasant labor will
    later graced the farmers table.
    until it ripens into a reality. I and de food sufficient to nour-
    I if eber I got into a scrape you was produce supplies

    rowr.. Candhlltt"OU had justas 1, Philadelphia North American. I II best lawyer in San intone to fool de ish the body; that debris squalor and

    elbegm the preparation of your, I jedge and de jury-in fac' you was untidiness may be supplanted by cleanliness -
    I order and and other -
    atYairs so beauty many
    Fine Brood Mares.
    speecA and arrange your j de best in town to kiver up reskal-
    "comingout -j'I i lessons, not the! least of which were
    that yok will be present on I,it.-."
    Enterprise 'I'II 1---1;i I ptfcfe ia wfBttf-Avp: wad reject foe: ocher
    day.Iadison New I For a brief, breathless moment the .
    ___ I, I people's rights."I
    Press.
    trial suspended.-Free
    It is reported in New York that I I II to the state, and to see them is to admire i was hr> generally und that the

    Jacob A. Riis, author, sociologist and them We will sell them at I man who h rnr>d at an excuse 13 good
    friend of President Roose- :: : very reasonable prices. Come and and I Come in and let us show you some for nothlnr el.e." said Franklia to a

    personal look them o'.er at ... I pretty oak bed room sets. Taena- servant who was always late but always
    Philips, )IARIOF.R :s STABLES.xx .
    elt is to marry Miss Mary : *
    ". MINING HARD ROCK PHOSPHATE. Ocala Fla. i Zachry Company. ready wth aa excuse.y .
    stenographer, in August.
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    f, f THE HOVFMEHT FOR GOOD I <.J THE LORD'S PRAYER. I! ,40 !If -,- -' L


    HAD ITS BIRTH IN |< Showing the Successive Changes In i:| .lJJ CB.'RIPTIOXS PAYIBI.E IY .1lJr.LYf'f- ---- : -

    N English Language.: o ---- -
    .,. ---- -
    .r -
    : Few scholars evr: are aw a"
    tr I [ ] : great changes thru.J'h.! -a: rl'e E;
    r 1 THE r MOVEMENT IS SPREADING. AND SOON A .. LIST
    ; :", lish lan:: sa;'e has ja--eu ..i *; .' *-- ; CLUB
    i STATE MAY BE MADE BY AUTO-THE I o OUR
    .
    ,
    : centimes. Following are --IH : .f :*
    t AND -QDGERS:: AND MARION COUNTY
    l hn- the Lord's Prayer as used at: v ;tri. i i i
    '. :- l. ES WILL BE LONG I DENTIFIED periods in Ecrhsh history ---. -
    e -
    -
    -
    t_ MOVEMENT : A. D. 11,".8 Fader ur !heune. .'::
    n etveide beith thi neune, cumin r n.'RIPTIUY- ". ? /, IY .1LJLL\/.'
    : .1'L
    : j
    kunenche. thy will beoth i lon in hv :
    ,:: I. It i i- TA i h !sTdonable pride that Si2.2: : : !jj, and ; : and in erthe. The euryeu dawe 1 ""' .rJ.rf.-r.; _'7"' 7_?=: ;<\-:;;"'" .r-JI.-[ J i=:l<7.:

    ;' ure make the! statement that the the amount e gif ous thilk dawe.nd vun.it : i
    as it has for re f : detters as vi yoursifen the ..lettOt !
    good roads irov! ment that seems to WEEKLY.
    r' The hard >t. And lene us nought into temtation l kg
    ] j
    I" have ;,, :: .c.i a firm hold in FlorIda : i had I delyvor eu.s of eve!. Amen.

    :. { had ;ire !,'r-.; in Marion county. thony center, Silver in Ocala I l in- 'i A. D. IJOO-Fader: ure In tJ) T IrE CICALA WEEKLY INNER: and The ('l1Ii.g .
    1
    : j halewyn be thi name, tM kingd .
    iz In poli'ica: and material movements Summerfield, ;I had i I It Tirfet-rlli one l.O:
    Jaek84Ill\-ille year
    come they wille be done as hi \\'t'ekJy
    1 .'. Mart. stands fairly! I ,
    "ounty Pyl*>s road.
    I and earthe. Qua
    urche bred
    [ well to the tr .ru. I! Plant Reddick, I .Ii.j I : ns to daye. And forgive days once d;: TilE 1 I I oCALA l WEEKLY BANNER and The T6rila'.

    .. It was herhe "Ocala Platform" these long not: I: as we forgive oure dettoures. tltJ a-n-eek Sew York World, one year . l.tj;;

    ., I'r- was born an '. i iT J as b'.re that the Alliance short pieces of I i In i i lead us nor in temptation bote '

    :.'. t and D".".'>'"racy were wedded. various cities, not lyveour us of yvil. Amen rtt: iI tiE( IIl'ALA t I WEEKLY BANNER and The 'reek!:

    f It will be !VM.! < rnbeml that we have in the county. : tin A. D. 13T13- pure fadir that art 1: :.t hmta Coostitotho, one year. . . l.i

    ..', .t c' already shown! !hat the orange industry hard road in ,' beuces hallowid be thi name, thi ;
    '- dom come to be thi wIDe done : w4 ALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Atlanta
    } .!i 'i'l! I 1= U; :
    :;. the r>ho ;'l 1 ale industry and the sent an :
    lime industry, -ach in its own field, These facts : i ;i j i! breed earthe oure as in other heune substance, geve to ns forgene this t'IHI-" eeklv. Journal, one '-rear. . . .>.JI, OJ'i "';.

    i: has revolutionized: the commerce of nished to the ti- ,t use cure dettis as we forgaoen to 'i' I i E OC\L\ WEEKLY BANNER and The COlliV -
    the state, had their birth in this coun- of the: ;: e detouris, lede us not into :
    tv.I board of COUnty but delyeur us yvel. Amen /Honer' ( W J. Bryan"s Paper,) one year. ,sL5O

    F It here != that the as i A. D. 1524-O oure father which :
    was a o movement TIll I l l' ll.ALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Tolede
    t I the l in heven, hallowed by thy name. : :
    foot for
    ,." f 3oe iras stock set on and we have the shown breeding from of hereto We take I big |: thy kingdom come. They vryoll I I'ile ( Weekly, ) one .year . . . . .. ,..,1)

    the fulfilled as well in earth It is 3J
    as
    i i j
    !
    1. home contributions and from J
    t, [ newspapers ticle from the ( ) the i\: heaven. Give us this daye oure : TI! E IJCAL-L\YEEKLY B.En and The C3t gn.

    '. such as tue Breeders Gazette on the beauty J j brede. And forgive us our : : ( 11 . . . L jP.d
    ; rs 'j, 'j abreedJ! Xew one year.
    I. how much this has done and is likely roads: I; even as we forgive our : ;:

    r to do in the enrichment of the state. Balaam's I j And lead us not into temptatiba
    ass
    t Marion county too, has contributed tention to bad I1 I delyver us from evell. Fyr thyne is I!I i DAILY.
    a-
    r its full share in the development of i; kindome and the power and the I(
    the sentiment
    L the lumber and turpentine industries ; for ever. Amen. .
    and patient | A. D. 1561 Our father .
    -- which
    1e are ,
    i' t In her successful efforts in mak spavined, heauen. santilied by thy name. : THE UCALA DAILY n.UiXER and The Daily Sa
    PJ
    :'' 1, ing popular the good roads movement foundered in j' thy kingdom come. Thy will be . . .il.50
    or :J : : ran nab Sews, one ,year. . .
    I she will have contributed as much loads to 1 ;' as in beauen. in earth also. Give \ ,i (
    BANNER and The Daily
    [ IEl.. UCALDAILY
    to the
    or more material development pay luO per today our superstantial bread. | lJ

    : ( of the state than in any of the industries cost; raises the ; ali i!: forgive us our dettes as we ;1 .itcisvnyille Tilles.rnion, one ear. . .SlLa0l

    : named, because the benefits that ,j our detters. And lead us not .

    flow from good roads are more generally I I shortens ; ; a t I temptation. But delivere us from
    Ii distributed, and like'the dews of wagons, horse I Amen. ;; -I:inta journal- one y ear . . . . ...HJ

    heaven, benefit the just and the unjust sens the burden ,j i! A. D. 1711-Our father which are \ Journal ( including Sunday) one year..f 10.00
    to haul two tons J heaven \f'j'
    hallowed by thy name. Th {i
    alike. !i Till: OCALA t DAILY BANNER and Atlanta Daily!
    1 :
    that it takes to ,i kingdom come. Thy will be done i iI
    [ The efforts sec on foot by Marion i I I earth it I
    as is in heauea. Give
    roads.
    i i us j I "lm ",!:,!,:_..... ..= Y".Dr :! <:' ",,- "@! M-- ..
    I in the building of i : ; -t
    county roads
    good
    a Good roads j'j, day our dayley bread. And forgive i

    f-. will make it possible to tour the gether, makes our debts as we forgive our dehtnr.And j .1 rL'SrA'/PnO.YX PAYABLE !LJrAX'E
    f' entire state in an auto. : lead us not into temptation, i ij
    f. discounts 'j I deliver ---- .-- -- ----- ---
    The names of Henry W. Long, Allen us from evil. For thyne is t J

    : f, Rodgers, William: Lucius and the pays our store I joy to every forever. Am@n.POINTED
    i i j
    board will of long Marlon:UP county identified commissioners with this:- man in mud or 1 J THE OCALA BANNER

    lug to look : ) 'i ,
    J important mo\ ''(nent. PARAGRAPHS.
    .'- t1.. __ on the man who I .{I OCALA, FLORIDA.
    :; I u. -" If you can smile when your rival 1

    I, to '!i praised, you have tact.

    t r-IF';.,".. j j There is always a demand for I i.t. ., r/-"IUI'TIO l;", 1'1 r.tUIJ: i\ -tl)1.tl"r'f, :

    f 1:i:'.-,'. ,.,. ...",. j 1! man who does his best. ,i ........_ __
    r .".r / ", '" I As a rule, other people are the be:-;

    :- ;: '. judges of your Importance. .. .........
    : I : t .-- -- _-.
    fc : at i Our opinions are like our visits- .|
    J ; ;j ; !I J!i appreciated when not forced upon pen i j i I
    1 pie. !I

    .., ,," .> : Drifting with the tide is a slow wa SEABOARDAir ( ,

    ... .1; : ar 4't i i: to get anywhere; the tide flows bo. 1 ,
    <' "'" : '"
    tl. !t .
    4. ways.I
    ;
    : ;.- ..' .' I Line
    ; : The aggressive man is usually 1)1 : Railway.
    r' "'? ,," ; : a polite way of referring to your roar I Ireisome iJ i
    :;; a
    '
    r.C. ..
    r A' :'" ; f 1 friend i],
    "jo.'f.
    "e-- (
    "I', ?. i.! Don't air your family skeleton. Pee, i! !', Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh. I

    t{ e :1: : pie know. enough .I'XMU it when It !i j ] Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York:
    kg ,
    f: ; { r 14; 1 ker>: 1 ii keil in the clt),et. 't'I! ,
    I l OKMmM KKKoaiMMHi BM
    f The mist kind o
    asgravar::: of : ,

    ,. i.f. _::: l : :: '-' p : crib
    &' always has: his own way and |
    t' 1 :: a PH>> around with an abused! air.-Atcii .

    : .. f!r -WrJ: J : ; ). : i ion (.:lo Je. I Io o;, i [mm [ww[ **< Ihwm! ill ;

    .. :
    I !: : '. ;
    t'I :k '
    Schopenhauer on Aronymity.ujuity .
    i n Pullman
    is : : ; ; Equipment
    ;
    x t
    \. E F tj r A tr : : '1 Art' is t.!fO retiu", f-jr all Ii' :
    ', t .y. I I"rIIJ' ;,1111, jouriai-.tu!! nscality.! 1 I -- ;
    . 1 1 ; : : : : :' ,
    f 4 .L \ : t prattle whi"h must be cuing 1s
    ::
    1 :
    '. [ : : :'. g j 'r" .; -Jto;,\pe'l!. Every article, even iii 'i il The Jamestown Exposition Line t :
    ::ter.";'.lpt'r, -l.wuld be aeeompauit'ti:
    .. : : : : .
    :'': L" -itju' of its author, and the edit NORFOLK VA.
    i i : : :: : : 1 ', ,
    r. >:' x s. ., !
    r .r
    EXCURSION
    > at i- i.l..' TICKETS ON SALE '
    of
    i .S, v curacy; the :;raature. Tl1rl' DAILY
    :! : .. 4
    ; : .
    l'I'
    I i..n: of tlie press should be tins farr For full information .
    : I and
    sleeper
    . r. u't -d, so that what a man publiclyp reservations, call on any accent;: S:a :'
    ;\ : ,
    \ ; or write ,
    I <-a'! : i< thrijiiyh the far sounding I Itl'LIpot
    f f C.
    BOYLSTON
    Jr7.: ,
    t of the newspaper he should he W.
    I I Wi c0!tiOGN, i J.
    , : : : : ;
    Assistant
    ,
    b ;:: ILl\rt ic fur, at any rate with: L-; I Genera! Pass. Agt.
    ticket
    City .
    .
    ;
    t : r 'i .'i.''", if he has any, and, if be Lan 'I Jacksonville Florida. agent. ; i
    ,
    j tA ; ,:> Ocala, F r
    >n"*, !let his naue neutralize the efiec t I .. :' 1'

    I< ; ; : ,jf L.;> r )ria. Ua ('al. your name! r '. ; I 1 I E -_ ao.-.... .__ __ .
    k T TRoan :a u:in to wrap !himself up and draw b: i -- ---- --- ...,
    I !; : j hat! over his face and then fall upon !i '" -,
    : I
    I : j pple who are walking about without
    II I :any disguise-this is not the
    d Alar.on; part of a : 1
    County Coiumisi-ion. \\ '. .
    W.' '
    .
    < i I J geatleman; it is the part of a scoundreland !
    in the GUCK I LOW
    lloa-U M"\"in: I a kuave. I PRICES
    :
    t --- .- _. __ I11'e IR I
    .
    '
    f append! l'rt to few I Books !
    t f a fact counseled -'Road!' tax is the [ ? Why Are Gilt Edged. I
    r with th,' nod roads ot Marion err pay to '. Have you ever wondered why the I ARE STILL PREVAILINGAT

    t COUn'y, turjished the industrial l 1 i I fee to community top edge of your books is sometimes i!
    t 1 ; ;glided and the other edges left
    + depamuont ot the Seaboard An Line the I plain?: .
    : wonderful I
    1 '
    1 i : The explanation of this is sim-
    : ,railway! by the hoard of Marion county !: of ; very THE BOSTOH
    | a country is 1 pie. When a volume is placed on the iI i
    1
    ecnluislonct! .
    the :
    ,
    picture ot the is but I ;
    on- ar- : shelf of a bookcase the top side la \
    t r l I board of ('omt.' ('ommis !ontrs: a 1 I: and that is m obviously more exposed to dust than i

    r t. specimen of one ..f the hard road, o fanuc:'? a-\it! the 1 ; the others. The object of the gilding !! I I STORE
    i and an article ,Ill !he !beauty and \al-: I therefore is to save the pages from [
    they i\,' ,
    f. .. -,1'I{ : ir'
    ne of .wo: l rla'; from the Chip's.1:vThfiv t 'i rein; soiled, for were It not present j Never before have
    i (Fla i Bauae: each: other: that 1 1Ciii.f the dust would cling to this top edge i we been more able to give the

    I t 1 ., V ''oad. :- ( I!j ; : and the appearance: of the book wouldto public an opportunity to save money.

    i in; c.;r K\r es a great extent be spoiled. iI i As
    j i. t 't
    ;1'1'> y !Ill more> nrinrJeelopmeat :; .. : a great many of
    I
    our
    goods
    !
    : tamI."tl1l' n: : o: /I. '":'-. '. .;... r'ie. j I are manufactured by
    I' .t
    and
    coun :, han i t1..:" ab The uu:\:e vi- :site!; oa tf :I: : i j Precept and Practice. I i us wherefore we can afford to sell much cheaper
    A child walking
    with his tutor ;stole; j ,
    : new ]lands! ; ill ,', ,,il-V. 'Ui:11': :: ke-p I as manufacturers
    :a-M*' tht i 1 jobbers
    ": i I .. ; ; lI apnie: from a stall in the ireet His :' and drummers
    cCh01 J! :1u.l : profits
    : farmer m marlvetirg his crop .:1: i .,_ : I in"tru tir. haying witnesat"".! the theft, i ie amount to quite an item. i i!
    .
    e. c 'i':'s with; SO! f
    t adder iaateia.y: ; to he incr a-c ;,!.l, h.a: young charge a severe lesaon !{ We 11 j I
    I I of realty: :.' '" that 'Vw. /:: i tae heinousness of I fl are getting in
    t aa&essii'us.; ; = Marion co':-,:- : i : en stalling anti I} new goods every day and 1 I !
    t is the banner co-iy iU the stat :i. 11! '..; :'o :;. q q:e, : j then;; snatching the apple from h n,, j can always find what you 1

    i the n\itUT cf ha-J roaU.I: It 1 11."- ; n'. :! 1": i i':- .'..). : : I t quietly ate it himself. This Is the [ are looking for at very lowest i; ;'!
    .
    f more miles of ruaos: Kad'u? ; in n t ; '.-.',., .......... ...'. fa.. ; abridgment of the :rt-tu'r part of all : prices. -

    I I. different direction than ''', "-!. ..' l' ado. : I history. j Most i
    i f- any otcounn. :: l : '! : people know a good thing when :
    ,
    t The roads t 11 that licks they it
    ! 1 I. are'l( : )uJt. theinateru'.a I a : I !: : : [ The Post of Being a Man. I and our old see ,
    I l used are cl.n ,. : cf ;'end ro:1I's. k'\; customers must have
    E r :r:ul !.n: : j : Even though you !Lv: li Ird i>:e :;;;evioleiitiy anti: seen it, for they :;

    I :, stone, bo'k ofalcU :1' sm\ ji':-at:. | mteu>:. Give et\ t :: attacked by the enemy, stiL I hunt the town over for the Boston Store : .
    i fully in all: of the .. it is base to Hold and never
    the
    parts can:y. \\ii-:: ei t'!; acre of (.".r ; : give \\'ay. post stop until they find it. !
    other counties are building rut: Is that t ',' > :"a \ al"i :ir : 1 : assigned:: to you by mature. You ask 'I !!
    much : what this post is? It is that of bennman.Seneca. >I
    1 cost as
    as seven and eihtII j I -oJ;1 me Lead of I REMEMBER THE
    i thousand dollars per mile Marion the overcrowded I II PLACE fI f
    I'
    II 1
    r county builds its roads at $937 per poyed population Fate. I

    I mile. A considerable portion of the selves will thrive !I THE
    f'' : )larie, how does It happen that I : BOSTON STORE'Vest
    t work on the roads was done by the ing life, health : Just now saw you giving your sweetheart i :

    , I county convicts. The amount invested I good roads ;;j my cake and wino?"

    I In hard roads by the county during I blossom) like a I I I WI don't understand it either:! fur 1 I' \ of the Court House.

    I i 1903 was $.:,395, and during 1906, ner. covered up the keyhole."-ileggeadorfer -


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    WATCH XEXT WEEKS PAPERS


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    TWO DAYS WITH GROWERS Y. iii(k s i mail!: Levine wa..volt.1't. THE CAPTURE OF AN IMMIGRATION ,I An Old Story Recalled and Retold NOTICE !'! NOTICE

    and vegetables in season. A. Proctor, !.' AGENT I Papa tat i rue breakfast tabu- i' I IOr i of Application for Tax Deed Under

    The Packer Man .., .. A; v.C.l'CI! for Tax E"J Unde rStC
    Calls on Large Grow- an old Packer rtauh.! :- : a r-- "" Section S. of Chapter 4SSS
    .\ ..'-. r... ?.: are > > .< ur.- ,
    ers-Ocala a Place That is Hard :; watermelons. ;> acre cart; 'au: 'tpai\ ., Thoe of our .':';=rr.L, : ,'r'b.. a;>: :0r: > of Chaptert5x>, Lawsof :; 1 Laws of Florida.
    iiiz s,j ':Lij:..rLi: .1' sic >: uii: :::o' r -.-
    to Give Up-Trade's Representatives i! tomatoes in season. J. D. Pitman tt,)- close: readers of tLinap'r: wit have Florida. I i| Notice is hereby given that W. P_

    sea-1 mg we1:; ? Notice is hereby given that William I t
    matoes and other vegetables in I Williamson:
    4 noticed an article: reprinted from UMontgomery :' purchaser of tax certfi-
    11 (Staff!: Correspondence. I I sun. E. H. Brown has 10 acres of I j! Willie (tvery serious: "Yes. papa. [ E. Tonner. purchaser of tax certificate cates No. 341 and 479. dated the 6th

    Journal! of a ),1:. McEderry. !- : lut I :hac drean. tills: No. V'j:;
    watermelons nad can'aulirr. .Tula : a itr::n e n.">raicg. : dated the 7th day of August
    Oca la. Fla., June 27.-It is rather I Idikult I day of June. A. D. 1905, has filed sail
    Scroggle (mail Dalalsi] has can'a- who was t--nt iotitaian: A. D. li':;9. has filed said certificate certificates in
    to from oth- : i I my office, and has ma33
    get away Ocala loupes tomatoes and a fine pear or- !' over to Germany and Italy for the! < Papa: "Indeed : what wai i it'" in my office and has made application I application for tax deed to issue in ae-

    arise the Packer man would have i Willie "I dreamed: that I. for deed issue in
    chard. W. S. Grimes r mail Dallas) 1:I purpose of inducing immigration j : papa. tax to accordance icordance with law. Said certificates

    be.en out of here long since. The ;ea- has tomatoes and cantaloupes. also I died and went to heaven: and when with law. Said certificate embrace the following described
    from; those countries Alabama and I prop
    bon of this is that the people are hospitable other vegetables in season. j I outliersates.In j joher Per*>r nit m at the are. instead of embraces the following described I erty situated in Marion county, Florida

    and Ocala is the center cone showing cie the way ro the golden property situated in Marion county,
    This ends a drive of two day s going u\.r .Mr. McE.derryvasi: to-wit: Southeast 1-4 of lot 3, sec-
    of the most productive farmingaKtions I street. as I expected he took me out Florida to-wit: Com at a pt 20 Iks w!
    among pleasant scenery and yery. astoni led to End so many of then tion 20. township 13 south, range 23
    of Florida. One must comeh i into a large nX: pleasant people. j immigrants disappointed in hopes: 1 I east. 10 acres; lot 8. section 17, township -
    re and make this headquarters i in of-the field there was a ladder reaching grant, tp 1_', s. r 22, e. thence w 4.511 i
    13
    Many of the traveling fraternity are returning to the "father :and;' but his ;I | south. range 25 east 40 acres.
    foxier to properly reach the outisde I away up and out of sight. ThenSt. chs s 10 chs w 5 chs, s 6.43 cbs: ej I
    The said land
    still at Ocala and other nearby points. I astonishment was still greater when being assessed at the
    prostate growing communities. Here Per told.: nie that heaven was at' o.4f chs, s 5.22 cbs e 3.SO chs n 41.6-1
    Among them W. S. Mizo rertrnuns ; reaching Germany he saw how the date of the issuance of such certificates
    < / oan get a rig of any descriptionfrom the top. and 'hat in order to get there! chs-12 acres.
    $; I in the name of Unknown and A.
    J. & G. Lippmann New York who comparatively: poor there enjoyed life.
    a duplicate of Noah's ark to the I I must take the big piece of chalk he The said land being assessed at
    I is said to have contracted with J. D.I He said that the German people: get | M. Harvey.
    latest up-to-date auto. The writer i gave me and slowly climb the ladder: the date of the issuance of such cer Unless said
    I certificates shall be
    McDuffy to handle his entire crop more pleasure out of ten centimes redeemed
    will not mention the kind he used\ I' writing on each rung some sin I had'' tificate in the name of Chas. V. Hill-
    next season which will consist of worth of beer than the average i according to law, tax dee l
    but he did take a long drive out and committed. i ij yer. Unless said certificate shall be '
    about 4o cars of cantaloupes and So' American gets out of a $5" jamboree I j will issue: thereon on the 8th day of
    the first place he visited was one Papa i [laying: down his newspaper redeemed according to law tax deed
    July A. D. 1907
    cars of watermelons. This crop wile There: every little village! the size
    unique for FloridaA 1400 acre i ) : "And did you finally reach heaven. will issue thereon on the ITtfrday of
    ) disposed of f. o. b. Ocala. or diverted of Ocaal has its public parks and Witness my official signature and
    P. Miller. son?? s j June A. D. 1307.:
    farm, owned by Col. L. my
    as desirable. breathing places where after nightfall seal this the 6th day of June, A. IX
    This place is between two railroads.; '! Willie: "No. papa, for just as I was I\I Witness my official signature and I 190i.i .
    the Germans with weir entire
    giving fine shipping facilities. Nine I Rather early to make contracts for trying to think of something to write i j seal this the 16th day of May, A. D. i I (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK
    families drink their beer I ,
    next year, but Doc does not recognize congregate. on the second I looked into 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK
    hundred acres under cultivation I rung up i I
    Clerk Circuit
    Court Marion Co. Fto.
    all times. and listen to mu"ic furnished at thxpense ,
    seasons and gets there at the and down. : Circuit Court Marion Co. Ra. ,
    growing everything in fruits and 1 sky saw you coming Clerk -
    6-. IL B.
    Wool of the city. They discuss By Foy, Jr., D. C.
    vegetables. Less than three miles N. C. Pike with Crutchrield Papa: "Aud! what was I cornm? -17; By H. B. FOY, Jr., D. C.

    '! folk & Gibson, Pittsburg and Chicago politics, and other themes and the ti
    from Ocala. yet unlike most of the down for. pray'? NOTICE
    here after shipments.C. women gossip on social affairs and NOTICE
    is looking
    people in Marion county, the captain I Willie: "That's just what I aske-i
    C. Woodruff, representing Wrn. 'j jSperber the children dance and enjoy themselves I
    of for Tax
    Application Deed Under
    is looking for a customer for his vast I I you papa and you told me you wer-
    .
    & Co.. Pittsburg. was at ] generally.The 'f Application for Tax Deed Under
    Section 8. of
    Chapter 4888
    farm and offers it at a bargain.Rea- going for more chalk. I _
    rich enough, wants to rest. Ocala a few days, but leaves for children also flock to thees Section S, of Chapter 48SS, Laws of Florida. s.

    son- and the seasons Nona on'Monday. ': parks in the afternoon and enjoy the Laws of Florida.
    Georgia Notice
    next en route has 40 Tom Corwin's Ready Wit is hereby given that J. S.
    C. F. Ray (' ;i swings merry-go-rounds and other Notice: is hereby given that J. Linn
    John Bt i Grantham of
    certificates
    now shipping ; Governor ui:; was once purchaser tax
    of cantaloupes
    acre for their of certificates No. 1173
    everything in the vegetable P. D. Blackwell. the watermelon' sings that are provided : matched against Corn in and in hi- irchaser tax No. 304, 305 and 306 dated the
    and grows i Lad 1174. dated the 5th yof June
    Jim season. man with J. Carne val & Co., New comfort and pleasure.The speech said: day I 5th day of June, A. D. 1905, has filed
    during (
    people there it is said by y- A. D. 19+"3: has filed said certificatesin
    \\ ,S. Atkins is another of the up- I York and Baltimore, is in this vicinity | i. my honor-d l opponent said certificates in my office and has
    \
    other travelers loon office. and, has made applicationfor
    and
    has 40 acres of cantaloupes and is moving many cars of fan McElderry :e he preaches: advocacy: my I made application for tax deed to issuein
    to-date growers the sunny side of life are ran. tax deed tu issue in accordance
    has carriage accordance with law. Said certificates -
    ami will grow a full crop Cfruit. as usual. Many others are ustry a at
    and enjoy living the 1 'v ,:h law. Said certificates embrace
    morose to I
    J. G. Coin is now ship here, but about ready to move North i he got in Eland: : had i icross I embrace the following described
    of vegetables.: I it, even those who move in the lox -::... following: scribed''! property sit-
    fine tomatoes, and grows: ward and again to return soon for I the 1\ :i--r to him ,, property situated in Marion cottT -.
    ping some walks of life. ':.ated: in :Marion county Florida, toWit -
    in season.I. the orange season. I for supi'oniuhome: in-c: Florida, to-wit: Northeast 1-4 cfj
    everything Here in Aaurica we are tinctu + : : Lots :1, ;5 and 7, Maywood. see f-4
    lbor': northwest and northwest 1-4 of
    N. Wiggins grows lettuce, beans This ends the day in this section j j t ,
    with ideas inheri 'i'. : 17 south
    much the n-24.
    too ns riwnhip( range
    and tomatoes in sea but early next morning finds the writer Fin care ro. rJ! stand he { southeast 1.4. section 9, township IS
    English peas: from our Puritan ancestor look Ieast: : 9 acres : lot 12. Maywood, I
    mail at Santos') : the other side of Ocala atOak. show of e-ii: .arrassnienr'd south range 23 east, 80 acres; north
    son Toney May on the dark side of things .. 1J-.4: 17 south
    much on lions r iwnship ,
    cants of finest quality and oth This is another progressive and and beuanlowly; : I 1-4 of southwest 1-4, section 10, township -
    grows too morose and take the world vtoo 23 east ::. acres.
    range
    in season". G. F. John little section near ocala. !j tlemen. you !have hear I 13 south, range 23 east, 40 acres;
    vegetables I progressive
    : The said: land assessed at the
    much solemnity. being
    ) has 15 acres of I are i end :Mr Bgh has t._' northeast 14 of southwest 1-4 section -
    Santos the prominent growers
    son (mail at Among that this is of the issuance of such certificates -
    It is unfortunate so.do da'e; ;:
    i I
    shipping and other I John Seides who has 3t) acres of y carnage. I plead girl 10. township 13 south, range: ::
    tomatoes, now : not believe that God'er anted in the naniof J. A Angell and i
    ,,,,
    in season. J. J. Nelson cantaloupes, 15 acres of watermelons urge and I hate: only two east, 40 acres.
    vegetables I it to be so. Had he so intended ,\ W. Post. I
    de; The The said land assessed the
    Belleview) is shipping from and is now shipping tomatoes and t ty in my : nse. being at
    mail at he would not have given so many ( Unless al! i..-rr.ifica'ei2.'l: be re- I
    the nie date of the issuance of such certiSI
    old Packer carnage came to -
    Watermelons. Arnold, an
    his uo acres of I okra. T. I ors to the rainbow carpeted i ..r.med accordin-j' : to law! -ax deed
    .'r heir I in the of F. &
    Son
    peach orchard ;lish ance-r as an cates name Lang
    Summerfield I reader has a 22-acre
    At created U! issue thereon the vi. of
    with ma 'iy
    earth grass so iv. on
    sections which he is had to take: ir Again. I I Henning L. & I. Co., and Unknown.
    ifte prosperous in cantaloupes
    most
    of the ;'jo: acres
    beautiful flowers or given su Ji'y: A. D. l9..7;
    d it for an Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
    county and the watermelon i shipping. H. Jones has 1" acres s.eu years !
    of Marion now .
    sweet music to the birds. The Gt( Witness ny uflcial; ,;a'rand: :
    in myback l! I to law tax deed
    according
    of Florida, including okra and other vegetables. standing van
    headquarters in. cantaloupes mans we believe take the prop -tal! this the: ';'1 day of Jnj;; .\. D.
    and the! chickens: have will issue thereon the 8th day oCJ
    Dallas and Pedro in its terri F. W. Webber is postmaster :, I on <<
    view of life. They see only its brig r<".. .
    J here also generalrower t into a roost. Now ily. A. D. 1907
    the best shippers here, but he is a
    tory. Among colorings and this leads to sweet I Seal i S T. SISTRl NK, \\-itness
    J who has 15 acres ofwatermelons i of peaches cantaloupes, with a s'eaiy; look ar my official signature aDd
    is Jllzt'h Taylor ". Circ-i.t (I'., Marvr.! C' Fla '
    . and better things. "rk : rrt.:
    other product' and other vegetables have not J.;li2= further t:> jl -ea.: this the 6th day of Jane, A. D.

    r and grows cukes lettuce Colonel Camp told us that whhe < iefense. lIuVouiJ :likr I *'-7 By H B. Foy. ir V C. t '..,-,
    irrigating "
    fine
    and with a
    iiI I'
    in season
    I
    :
    first visited Europe he was the Brouiih kt:: >ws anyth'nrriage : :: I ..1) S. T. SISTRUNK,
    thishe
    15 acres wa.tt.rm..lons. like Ii .
    has in dry season
    help a NOTICE
    .\ M. Blackman plant to Albion in Alachua i .
    county
    tomatoes andtht 1 Paul White. living at aDv if he has not beeu I, 'I \ .'r. "ircuit Court. Marion Co., Ft .
    cantaloupes, of course happy.
    t is, interested in the .
    timetables in season. I II who !lives near here but gets his and was. of course, visiting m> ht'nroFrom: Aiit-- I l'!: the Crr'-: ;; C 1. art of ': ... !'""i Ju- By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C.

    -r I doings of that county. He subscribed dotes of GreatIt'l: i .:icial I.r"" : f Fort; .:ia : mdlcr ,
    water ,
    W F. MoWhite has 35 acres mail at Anthony grows cantaloupes.This for the Paris edition of the XewYork ; f'r :\ '''_ COIW':: -: NOTICE

    melon.-., cantaloupes and other v..ge.t. ends this section and the Herald. it recorded with great ,I C'ncery.W.lliam .

    tal'M!'! W Wright, watermelons. I Pucker man returns to Ocala and in- The Charming ,Woman S ::.;1- lden'C.. ': t naIl"'S. I u: '1" cart'.n for Tax Deed Und "
    all the
    minuteness and particularity: Is not nece: "sarlv:i :>> of i p.- u.- ,
    Man.: N.t el l [ nrOr
    okra S. othersI \ : :n of
    and and :i Chapter 4S8S. Laws
    : + tomatoes i ten lews the cit people \ : \v ,-
    ai.r.t.n'ipe- murders committed :a the: United I form and feature" l.t:> \ plain !lr.' : ': Cnn"-r'.. t" Florida.
    i l il.ird! lia- ti" acres watermelons, I i \\ aw interested in Ocala. its sur- man. who could n...-: --.r.e a.an arlist's .
    States and in Europe. He says he rvice 'r
    N is ,--eby: given that T. !K:
    tomatoes andpotables. its future wftieh all\ model pus--- those ra-- .. '. :
    cantaloupes, !! unindingsi and :t is i )rl-! : tha' :; idar.rein
    j acres: watched these columns: closely! andwas ... Pr ar..i: .J. B. Main, purcbtix -
    tha" al: :. world a.lm-::
    !
    1. W. WlllU, water qualities : : : : ia --W' M :la"-: ... ,.. <
    is bright. cf-.icate Nowise da 1r
    'l!>,<: \ : asree discover that there ,... r : -
    surprised! to I neatness clear! e'- cleanrimo1! :; .. d :
    '
    .cantaloupes and other vegil who aretill sar ',...T, fraternity iitliness, of .
    traveling kiu. and that : .
    The r.r.intted: in
    1 s': were more murder I ? ; t. leaf ',j '!.i' of e' tt.:' :l thL4USC : ; ... I in myroffice -.

    >\. G E. Mullius, watermelons, .- : !( here doing 1'Us.iness anti !1.iPPYart' Alachua county than .a tie: whole: of ;, and, ai.ti.in T::.i' accompany -'.., ,.: IU :- : rt M': ,:. : : 'h :t.t', -.: .,de C".e ain -':. ... ion for taI \ > :'
    I. \\" Mutlms. h-Ji! : ,\. 1':1': : -eJ.ly: : weak W": :,1i: .-> '
    .u '" -i-es and Okra. S. Mizo. for J &: G. Lippmann. day of A-- -' .J.i7. i! .. ,,,
    M Europe for a given :;>< : -.1 -r tme'rhaps Dtiself.j ": t -- a' "e wi.Sgt
    ) cantaloupes. n ever atrranot even to 1 It i.- r .1. : order 1 .- -. Copyof ;I '. .
    watermelons of ,, '
    :u"> ;NYw York, rolled: lOut 7; cars can- = for a whole >, Jas. j this .... other vegetable! last : _O! ':- ribed ; : ; : '..1 : !
    .,-, and and here"
    > from Anthony; and solemnity stnuig nerves bright eyes. ..
    taloiipes So if our moruseness give week for four confer .' ks in '
    \ in I I' ltd : ounr:: F. i. tu-.t." .C -
    ; I :.11 ,: everything: in vegetables: ( week one car netting us owner FV leads in "L.s direction we had bet.tt'r 'smooth' velvety skin. beautiful com-& the Ocala! Banner a Aopaper pu'1-1 r.a :" soif .' -' rt.-'

    4o; +'3,>-i>rettv14ixvi I lexlun. Guaranteed bjTydings hahed in said and s'ate.
    .\" (1. j t \ E liion, Anthony! adopt the E'irvi'ean customs< and, county -j-' Ln.'o: Ifa .
    Pedro !iCi I'., druggists: 5" cents. x. This 2Cth day of June. l:tII7. j! .. ...
    At : money" for one car of eaira-: manner of !l't.. >:hud: :lookupon '. l:' : ---t ha:: : hw-- "

    r.t. I 101m Pedro l Iou just with C H ; S. T. SISTRUNK. .j: --lea.t -1; of t. ,
    : NOTICE
    is i H
    I C. lUt'n.
    !loupes. J. the better at. i r.hv ?:.le: of 'Clerk Circuit Coon, Marion Co.. Fla ,'
    I '.
    and
    *
    Spauutrd or ; a"> ns r :
    l. .1 a 1'ed: I i iud! not a I Xorns & Co.. Baltimore: was ire l ajfew tie."e; shoud! halt! in our mad rush ;;-2S By H. D. Palmer, D. C. ".. y 1.." east .a-. .". -tin
    liu-rc. Only siood: old I Take notice that I will on the first
    .' .an !looking, for busine" EDWIN SPENCER. ,
    1 and I
    i i : days ago. for the dollars and provide; parks ,southea: ot' ut.on fit=
    'oik' ;Not all Flonoians: : in getting : Thursday of August, A. D. 19o7, oras Complainant's Solicitor. .
    ;: !'i. m i uu J! no doubt succeeded playgrounds! for the children and other i quarter of &''> .1" uarr:: -
    so trim uear- i I thereafter as I be 25. township ith. r:,:. 23. _
    : .' Ott a oi nearly Isoiue. J. H. Morris is Mill at Antho'uy amuseiueuts for trioae of older soon may ; NOTICE .' -
    the fa- I east-12.: >7; ar-- _e sail .end being -
    : I ,.states \\au-rtuekHU' art' and St>arr. and. as usual is making heard, apply for a pardon for Samuel
    growth.We assessed at the date of the issuance -
    I. i .t.'- hill < "' and one wvnild: think I; friends among the hippers Geo. should get nd of that part ofour I Dukes who was convicted at the fall For Publication. Department of the I of such certificate in the name

    [11 the .-. .' aii.i! quality that! the real JC. Sanderson: with W. H. Michael & nature that leads' to cold and sordid term of the circuit court for Marion Interior. Land Office at Gaines- of unknown. Unless said certificate

    '. : ... .. If,' tl. w -melon flowed in the Sons, Philadelphia. has done a good calculations! injury brutality as- county in 1902. of rape. ville, Fla., May 20, 197. shall be redeemed according to law.

    ..: Yet .>r!.I'r products seem to business in this vicinity this season i I sault and battery. murder, assassination I Anyone desiring may then be heard :Notice is hereby given that William I tax 29th deed day of will July issue, A. D.thereon 1907. on the s,

    :: '(Ir.-U hie as elsewhere in old Mart I' D. H. Gilbert of YonuctF..1.: : is and wrong doing in all its va--i on the merits of the application. Ardis of Belleview, Fla., has filed notice I. Witness my official signature aDd

    ., u ounty. The first man met here moving some carloads of wavrnie1-: ; nous forms. Dated this June 14, JL D. 1907. of his intention to make final five seal this the 25th day of June A. D.

    tt. :lie road was It J. Perry, who has OIlS from Summerfield and vicinity. I 11 WILLIAM C HODGES, :.year proof in support of his claim, II 19+y7. S. T. SISTRt'ClerK !\ .

    .: .,. 1.- --s- of-- watermelons also cants Mr. Sam Metzger, representing Armaeost, 1 Take the Postmaster's Word for It'I I 7-21-2t Attorney for Petitioner. viz: Homestead entry :No. 31440, made !I6-2S Circuit By Court H. B., Foy Marion, Jr..Co.D., C.Fla.

    uui\ tomatoes, now shipping. I II' Riley & Co., Cincinnati. is said to be Mr. F. M. Hamilton postmaster atCherryvale. I March 25, 1902 for the northwest !

    of the leading growers I i around Sum: Ind.. keeps also a stock' Notice ta Cre:1ito..sSotice section2S SPECIAL NOTICEI
    business
    one
    l '!si.' is. doing a good I quarter of southeast quarter, i

    ...i .trI he is also a leader in hosl | merfield and other points in the watermelon of medicines.general He merchandise says: "Chamberlain'sColic and patent i I i I is hereby given to all creditors township 16, south, range 22, east, have located at Citra Fla., for the

    l :a.it :, which the Packer man thor- i line. Mr. Metzger drives a Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy -: legatees, distributees and all and that said proof will be made be practice of medicine and surgery. Sly

    I'"IJJ.l:. appreciated and will never i good horse and is independent of railroads is standard here in its line. Itnever !i other persons having claims or demands fore Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala. Fla.. office is located on the east side of

    torket W. J. Wright has 15 acres of to travel-New York Packer. fails to give satisfaction and we :J against the estate of HerbertA. July 5 1907. Greeley street, in the little cottars
    as on ,
    v\iVemeluns, also tomatoes. R. L. i could hardly afford to be without it." j Ford, deceased, late of Ocala Marion the following witnessesto first door north of Mr. C. W. Driver's
    I For sale by all druggists. x. County. Florida to present the He castes
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    i l.t-vvte 15; acres watermelons. S. same to the undersigned within two prove his continuous residence upon clothing and dry goods store and test

    l.Me'.l'!l mail t Levan, Fla.) has 30 acres I A Memorable! Day / Gadsden county, in addition to her i< years from this date. and cultivation of, the land Tiz: I i oposite City Park. All calls day or

    watermelons, tomatoes, cantaloupes I One of the well days we with remember profit to'with our tobacco fields, the richest in the state, GEORGE H. FORD 1 James Summers of Belleview, Fla.; I night will be promptly responded to.
    aa
    pleasure, as CECEIJA WHITE FORD.
    { .mi\ other vegetables in season. J. C. health, is the one on which we became and equal to the best grown in Cuba I II EMILY FORD STOTE3BURY, :Jeff Davis of Belleview, Fla.; BurrellSamuel Telephone calls for the present will

    .',.sty.! 30 acres watermelons, canta- acquainted with Dr. King's I and Sumatra. has flaw struck oil anda As Executors of the last Will and of Belleview Fla.; GorgeSunumers i Ibe received and delivered by centralat

    I lnupe-. and tomatoes in season. C. New Life Pills, the painless purifiers company has l b.-..n formed to sink Testament of Herb t A. Ford De of Belleview, Fla. i[ depot of S. A. L. railroad, Citra.

    Swearingen (mail Levon) 30 acres cantaloupes that cure headache and biliousness 25 cents, wells and tie coun'y is Erich excited ceased. 5-24 HENRY CHUBB, Fla. Respectfully,
    rigitt. .
    iC J. and keep the bowels Ocala, Florida Feby t, 1907. I IL 3L CONNER SL D. t
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    Title: The Ocala banner
    Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
    Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
    Creation Date: July 5, 1907
    Publication Date: 1883-
    Frequency: weekly[]
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    Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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    Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
    Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
    General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
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    ... VOL. '12, XO. 1 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 5: 1907. ONE DOLLAR A YEAH;

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    -. \ N.'.....N01....4..0'.!t1N...$.0.........0.010tG | MrR! Y.tk:=5on, Mr. Harold I Meeting i cf the Veterans ..4....4... .
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    ...... t/ 11001000009.00.01000MO.0..0OO00N0001N0..0000- -iJv--m! anti Miss Lucile Atkisson Marion Camp No. Z>'>. United Confederate .

    ...... I ii .. .. ]" ft Monday fur Seabreeze to join I Veterans, had a large met"'- : MUNROE & CHAMBLISS :

    -. .J 4 4 .. Mi, i-:. P. Rentz an-1 children there ,. lug Monday. The camp opened with! 4 4 .,

    -. 4 4 XYAL'S : : tor ihe balance of the 511:11mer.Ir.. prayer by the chaplain, Comrade. 4 4
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    -.... 4 4 0 hifamilv.. The following were present: L. :M. 4 4 .4

    -. 4 4il Graham, commander; E. T. Williams. 4

    -... LOTION Rev. R. V. Atkisson returned home 4 4
    ECZEMA adjutant; W. L. Ditto chaplain ; Comrades 4

    -r. ( 4 4 Sunday! morning from the conference j R. R. Carlton, J. A. Pittman, Joseph 4 4 e \'

    ' 4 4 ar Coleman, and Rev. F. R. Bridges Shuford, ,W. E. Martin .T. L. .

    \ 4 4 4 on :Monday. There was quite a large Beck, I. P. Stevens, W. O. Massey. 4 CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION :

    -. : 50 Cents a Bottle e eAT 4 4 number of preachers at the confer- Finley Butch, W. J. Tucker, J. H. 4 .

    -. 4 4 e-nc, and Coleman entertained them Livingston, H. W. Long. W. C. Jef 4 .. ;
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    4 4 roalland the conference was in I fords G. M. Hubbard, E. W. McDonald .

    THE 4 4 4 4 very way a veryy splendid one.J. C. C. Priest, W. Kilpatrick. M. J. 4* OCALA, FLORIDA. :

    11 I 4J Chitty, J. M. Martin, H. C. :Martin, :M. .
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    ... W. Alexander, one of our up-to- i P. Frink, J. W. Nance, W. D. Emi-
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    j I PostofficePrescriptions Store. 4 4 date merchants proprietor of the .
    -- Drug 4 1 I nisor. Frank Harris, J. H. McKinney -- --- -- -- -- -- -

    ..... 4 4 ** New Racket Store, has under construction I V. M. Seckinger William Hadsock noon in the intermission hfcen the! BEAUTIFUL WEDDING AT \VIL- ,s.

    -. t a fine home at the corner of I and D. A. Smith. two services and ample] justice was LISTON
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    ....A i 4 > 4* :Xnnh Third and Lime streets, in the'I W. E. Yongue of Fairfield, who done to the same: and the ladies of

    ...... : Prepared Properly third ward. Levi Alexander, our I served in the Second South Carolina 1: that section were greatly compliment Miss Epperson Becomes Mrs. He-tr.:

    -. I, 4 !in mo-t colored contractor and car cavalry; T. B. Jester of Flemington, | ed on the repast they had prepared. I It Was the Most Brilliant Social

    ..... t X I ninth is building the house. I who served in the Eighteenth Ala I : Event of the Season ioi.:
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    ...... I 44444444444444444444444444-444444444444444444440%? I bama regiment; Benjamin Carroll of I The Goldnamer ReceptionOne |: Special to the Ocala Banner:
    I :Mrs. Robert Taylor and children of I
    -- I Fort McCoy who served in CaptainEiehelberger's i of the most beautiful, and the j Thursday evening, June 26, at !5''

    .... -- Atlanta formerly of this city came company, and on one
    .t : largest reception of the season, was !' o'clock, one of the prettiest home
    ..... i Mr. ,h.s! Cohen has returned up to Ocala Monday from Eustis for a occasion Mr. Long said was the only
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    ...... >4444444444444444444444444BIGGEST home from New York, where he has few days' visit with Mr. Taylor and I one present of his company in one I given Tuesday evening by Mrs. Samuel :[ weddings ever witnessed here took s

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    .... hrrn pending several weeks with i they are guests at the Spellman lof the Virginia battles; J. H. Brooks i Goldnamer and Miss Lillie Gold- place, when Miss Allie Epperson, tho iI
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    LINE ,, rt'a'i\'ti.: {. Ilbuse. Mrs. Taylor and children are a member of Captain Chamber's company namer. I charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
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    3t I spending some weeks at Eustis with I of cavalry, applied for membership The entertainment was in honor of B. Epperson, was united in mar .

    ; Mr. H. E. Charpia a well known Mrs. Taylor's parents. and were duly elected. I two very charming young matrons, ,
    OFrrIWTdIII riage to Mr. Otis Francis Hester also
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    and substantial citizen of Crystal Comrade C. I. Yongue asked for a Mrs. Ben Goldnamer of Cynthiana, !

    1ft River, was in Ocala Monday, trans- Major Charles Byrne, a large land- demit, as he wanted to join the campat Kentucky and Mrs. Louis Duval of of this place. >j
    f and who All the wedding appointments were j a
    ed in this
    ; ailing business.Mr. proprietor county Tampa. The adjutant was instructed Ocala, Florida.
    as attractive as loving thought for .
    has been in the United States
    ft I army to give him a demit when his dues Mrs. Ben Goldnamer is a pretty,
    -. Robert L. Anderson and Rob- for many years. has recently been or- j the bride and many pairs of willing \
    were settled. graceful blonde an accomplished mu- J
    ,,: t L. Anderson Jr., left last night dered from Fort Crook. Neb., to the | hands could make them.
    Remarks made the
    were upon mon sician and charming conversationalist -
    \\t ior, Roanoke, Va., for a short visit Philippines. This has been The ceremony was performed by
    -- paper go- ument the Daughters of the Confed- who has won the admiration of all
    ... with Mrs. Clifton Camp. ,. ing to Major Byrne since te was a .1 Dr. L. D. Geiger of Apopka, and was
    in the
    FOR eracy are soon to erect court who have met her. She was becom-
    .... lieutenant and it hopes that it will a very sweet and impressive one.
    house square, and a subscription was ingly dressed in a lovely pink organ-
    ...... Mis; Jefferson Bell has returned to him the eppaulettesof I The maid of honor was Miss Lois
    wearing
    ..... !AND D CENTLEMAII[ ( U Utt her i home at Tallahassee after a soon colonel.see taken up on the amount pledged by die.Mrs. Epperson, a young sister of the
    ..... l LADIES( a the Marion camp. The adjutant announced I Duval who was Miss Addie I
    bride and the
    ... short stay: in this city: with her sister, bridesmaids were
    that the subscriptions footed : Hansbrough, was conceded to be one
    .... M-s: Daisy Bell and her brothers, Miss Ophelia Gray of St. Petersburg I Misses Legie Blitch of Blitchton and }
    df.lH uft the sum of $::19, which still leaves : of the most popular girls ever reared
    ..... M' ,.-...1'". Ben and Joseph Bell. who has been th.-? popular guestof I I Lucy Newsom of Williston. The dainty
    aloalance on the amount promised of in Hardin county. She is a very I'
    :Miss Alta Pearson for several I : little flower girl was Miss Phenie
    1 $39 $72 having been previously: col- F I handsome brunette. possessing the
    ;
    ...... V I :Mrs. Schreiber and family of Ocala weeks left Monday for Orlando to : I Mae Willis, and the ribbon girs. who
    rE lected. The amount promised is $150. rare quality of adaptability which
    -... I I are occupying the Kissimmee cottage join her sister Miss Clara Gray. in a. I formed an aisle for the bridal party,
    Comrade Richardson of Gainesville
    made her equally admired as the
    I
    ...... I on the beach. Mrs. Schreiber is one visit to their uncle and aunt Bishop I I were little Misses Lydia and Lavilla
    ...... who represents a firm engaged in the i charming hostess in her beautiful
    of our regular summer tourists. and Mrs. W. C. Gray. This was Miss I Willis. The best man was Mr. E. Lee
    ....... building of monuments, was present I home in Hansbrough Valley, or as '
    I' Daytona Gazette. Ophelia's first vito Ocala since I Hughes of Archer, and the ushers ?
    -111 i ie THE JEWELER. and addressed the camp. He said r the honoree of numerous social func-
    the family moved away from here were Messrs. Craig Epperson anti
    -. l that if he were permitted to compete tions in Elizabethtown. On this occasion
    I j Mr. Leroy Giles of Orlando aftera and her young friends in this city all Ralph EppersonTo
    .
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    for the sale of the monument he she wore her wedding gown,
    .r. short visit in Ocala with JJr. Harold united in giving her a warm welcome. the strains of Lohengrin's wedding
    would donate the amount of his com I an exquisite crepe de chene Prin-
    Atkisson, left Monday for Gainesi w march, played by Miss Louie;
    ,
    -- -' -- -- missions providing his firm secured
    cesse with pearl trimming and looked -
    if' FctWardt Y. Oates. graduate of the I Barnett of Jacksonville the bride en
    , i villa, to attend Mrs Leroy ;Tayixitt '. : a the contract for furnishing the same. exceedingly handsome. :
    -J and Personal'Sara house party. 19"6 law class of Stetson University, i! tered on the arm of her father, :\1 r. t
    I I IThe matter was referred to Comrades I Mrs. Goldnamer and her charming
    ...... has resigned his position with the J. B. Epperson who gave her away. t _
    I I Frank Harris and J. M. Martinto I daughter are ideal ho te S's. This

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    and will! move to Daytona, ereom and his best man. During th-
    t here have
    who: spent last summer taken I
    - of the Confederacy.
    Daughters I their home has been s o b. ::1utiftl\i :! re
    -111 i the Jones south of the where he will go into business. He I I i:, ; ressivtirce i Mi*" Rarnmi
    cottage Seven dollars paid the arrearages -
    were on I modeled. Mrs. Gol; Mrs Morgan C. Looney closed! her 'I Ga- will be associated in the practice of [i ->il\ 'lo'iuii'Heart' a', ; !I'lcm-
    f f4S :Casino, "his E-ason.-Datona I for annual dues. The campis J1: entertain so t 0:1:' : that 'j', rrnl.ili .
    !Swarding house! Monday for the summer 1 ]law with T. E. Fitzgerald, and with I Ii ; veror';', mi' th" |1"">-..v: >
    -- zette. i growing in numbers and in interest. ; :n l'1: mitl: 1:1.: f,' ri'lr -1" is I: .
    the Conrad agency in the I'pal estate 1'\1- IT--! \' ,' ex i',. HPV.I
    r ) tn" 1"1 \\i'J! 1': : I : !I\ yi\. .
    1 1 and insurance business He I I.<, t njl' -' I 1. in a. ; w.dli! : ..t'
    will this ( ,.
    Lid'Km spend I II .
    jIbs Caio I Sunday School Convention at Fellowship 0 PI'!1; ( i; fl'" il. ; 1:1I': !' ,I 1 t" .
    l" I rioivnfe! Walters Mine !home D DLand's most popular: young business :- e -. : !hi-' 'tt.l" t..j i.
    week in Gainesville]] ti>' guest of her i
    t t0 ,.. .
    Monday Irom a short \ isitvI'h' her '! men and his chang' will!! Iv De- I -lit' l' i :: ; : mf'd l !in ::1,(''' .,. ,,:'
    4343 icier, ilr;;:. .I. M. !D.'U.> !! She goes epecial' II !ii 'i
    U.'i 1 \v r : Ii'u
    - I The uar! of
    quarterly
    relatives at Coleiuan. I i : : 1'I' :mvmz in-"''" .- :. ;' 1ttv 0" '(
    ,': 1) 1 be at the feIJyltlt'S.iI' :
    - 49 prt'.eIlt I : :in 1'1."n\! ; th"i"rh. ,
    th' Marion School AsSvic'iation : : 't. ; ; .
    TineUnion.Mr. Sunday : I '!lie! \' :! "I! .1'1: :l''
    - i. ;lau un :Mr. Leroy Tayor'sHIi :
    illtll : 'i'h" !r'.rved .
    I tI'
    .1' :
    church held '
    of the
    ... Baptist was iri.!! '. '
    - Miss Mattie Wicker of Coj'u.uling : ,. I a :! .u 'roal": TI-
    : : 1.
    : !nhi y.I L-1! : I '.l"a .' : I.l.y ttsu
    her cousins. Missed Fioivr.i: Smith's Home Struck by Lightning at the Fellowship! church Sunday. Now I .. In ,' ." -i..; -
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    1 At the strvice Rt" C. C. I.r' : -
    I morning i i' ;. \\ Jut! :: c.a !
    1 ,ld Waltt.s.Mr. > kit Sunday afternoon iattr i
    a Margaret :Mr. Georg Hay.-s I i iI ,
    ,
    l1tl tant : 1:' .on. Fr' !',
    of the S"tJri :! :! ,
    for lily; nets homo: at Leesburg. I Mr. E. C. SmithV roidence was: I Carroll the eloquent pastor ,I : t I' tic'
    : :
    tinec they 1ytr.' ::11\ :i d :J Illt' tlp\\r
    dV'1 and Mrs. Baxter Cam au!< .:,!J.I J. lie has receu-'l! 1 the appointment as I atrm k1\lightning' U late lonlllaf.' .I Iteptistohurch: in th.s; city, preached a ,: W.: .11'! r't i .11' I
    I which iLIt riul::
    jug room
    The! bolt hit the! chimney, very stirring sermon. which was ]listened \ so t"r Iv ,
    .'.1 I the Sunday School iViivt-ntiou ai asttit fur t'v ('ue-t. Line at that place.Mr t.'inoon. ., .i-- ...., .
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    beautiful : !
    Fell.ship, Sunday. : -. Hay- 1 i- a: present with relaits yuan-ring it, and also scorched the i to with a great deal of pleasure !I' '. e ;oJ ,:"- .. .' \\ ,,: h"'
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    f 'hi'
    bona and milt'n ,1' r ::
    -4 \ : ar Bioi\-N\5Heand: will join )oIl'. front door very badly. and broke several by the congregation. During his I" yin; ',' to>, \, r'-:'

    Mr. \\'. F. Blesch returned hune !Haves at Leesburg in a short while. panes of glass. Mr. Smith's remarks he spoke of the grand opportunity -.: or :scheme. ,3 5; : :.. VI.,1'; >!
    4f0 I I In the center o: t.i- ; 'y pu'i-h-il 1 .
    Sunday afternoon frIll a week'siit children were alone in the house at that the Baptists of Floridanow 11'0-: I.;f ;"t ,: ons.i .
    I II : tab! an exquisite center pi- t'
    -t.tJ6 t.) hiorange. : grove in Lake count;. Mr. Alex. Holly, whose headquar- I, the time and of course, were: very I have to secure the buildings at ? upon of I t to. Ild! : ( ,nor .'. ". ;1 L:;
    was a basket pink s've PIM-
    tJ64 1 much, terrified. The two youngest Lake City for educational purposes : I' .
    111 ill i
    .- teis", are now at Orlando, was circulating : above t'ii.-. : ?p'i i' t vrtaf
    chandalier pink
    -44 Ms-.... Grace: Hatfhell has gone to among his!", friends in this city I children: were playing near the door I and hope-1 that every Baptist in the' from the 1 how, ', ;. ..r:: : i. fIr\\ ; \" car-
    with
    suspended, ending a
    -... Won!illusion Spring to spend a couple Monday. He has several very large I at the time and were knocked over I state: would do everything possible .: was !. ..)n::;.

    --4'1I of \\" 'l'Iwith her grandmother. and :Attractive bodies of land for sale I by the shock, but very luckily were l I along tbis line. :: attacked to a smaller ba-k ot T"I le room v ,,. the v "; ... ..: tout;:
    I sweet peas at each corner, while tine:
    afternoon session Mr. C. L.
    At the
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    and has been quite successful recently unhurt. :.u e was d ( ": .ltp,1 1 I; at' f 1ta.t
    --t1I 1 dotted\ the
    : baskets of the same design
    OK'lna Landers of this city has accept I in making several sales. I Some of the neighobrs came in as II Bittinger of this city made a short : :. noo, fl.n.! -. J i tL.m& and io..cs. A*
    i surface elsewhere; sih'rbon
    --tII *'d the position of telegraph operator I soon as thecould, and Mr. Smith ,I temperance talk on behalf of the polished ::."' front tud: of the spacious room an

    --4J at Crystal River. II Mrs. Frank Harris :Miss Louise I was sent for and the children were I' Woman's Christian: Temperance Un bons containing mints, in the a(1: li was made of bamboo, entwined
    the
    9 I form of sweet peas. occupied re-
    ion.
    I Harris and Frank Harris, Jr., left I soon pacified. :- 't white roses and white satin
    9 the table and pink
    I
    ,-< I Mrs. John R. Martin and children I' Monday for Seabreeze, where they I The damage amounts to quite a few I The various reports were then read I maining space in the on refreshments.and the 1'.1]":''ion. The dining room was lovely;

    I : Monday from Istachatta and t have rented a cottage for the summer. dollars.. I and other business of interest to the !i prevailed of the ladies who assisted in I in i pink and white. The bride's tab!" f

    -4 .tulle!] guests of Mrs. W. M. Martin. 'I The latter will remain at the beach I During the same storm the lightning {I! association was discussed. The next gowns of the The wavery artistic in its conception.
    the entertainment guests.
    r- weeks and other membersof struck our linotype machine and meeting of the association will beheld A- the four corners of the table wer-
    about two I i by pink tapers -
    lighted .
    414 Donella Griffin of Anthony but did otter in Ocala the last Sunday in Sep- dining room was
    - '" Miss I the family will go over later on. I knocked off the band no softened by shades in the form cut glass candelabras with pink

    . ', and Miss Blanche Hall of Candlerwere damage except to give the opera- ,, tember.. Ii shades. In the center was the beautiful

    114 among the Monday shoppers in Mr.. Zetrouer, who made the: race t 'l)!' gaits a s-c-aie I A'K'Hih'i! l 'Hntt-T was" served atI of pink number roses.A : of notably handsome bride's cake. This was in th;

    - the city. for superintendent of public instruction : form of a basket, with the daintk-t
    .
    who
    - .I -- -- myna were worn by the guests.
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    III4 for this county two years: a,\). hundred andrntvfive. of handles, from which hung miniature -
    - numbered! more ttan a
    Mrs. D W. Tompkins and ltitle the wedding bells. In the :!
    was in Ocala Monday giving warm """"" ==- large haJ.
    I2IR1ZVb 'VI 1'. .
    - laughter left Monday for Orange hand shake to his numerous friend- "V \ wl,"'Tf ihr color scheme was red an i
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    f" and youthful
    The handsome appear-
    - Uke to spend a few week with Mrs. It is understood that he will again could wi:.te.. huna: ;Te":> )p' cu:.
    Goldnamer
    --tII41 T.tuipkin's mother.Mr make the race for this office n> xt air.of Mrs Samuel tai:. made of f.J 1 !,eart-. I! 'lg-!
    ,
    n..r, bur be remarked. She was most
    I SHOES no 'k of rh:" b1. ..jelie'a, -
    year. on.'azly) : attired in a beautifula
    - -, C. K: Sage an-1 I little i ,daughter I I I IIti set led by .M-; I ara K.r., "
    _'- ar-i l lavender gown.
    Clint! return- Hansbrougli: et : After thv.ere <"* i ._ ior.-
    :114 1 1 h.a.11,1: Mrs. Hairy: Mi-s, Lull: Mote : char- ;; my ( }!
    nccesof the affair was
    The
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    \\het'- :4'ypt'lit: a ,vnpe! of weeks. spending\ H..ral weeks in Ocalu.iMUs : :) '? t. <<" # \' 4> 4" c." <: aru-ri-'ic: of :Miss Lillie parties.noted were givh 'J,-' < eed' !1 h0--
    shva
    Wh! "n a very !mall girl = .. .
    1 ml- Pi-hna! : i is qt:lit:! rl \\ith fever. I : Han,-\'Ough is a lovely: yo'mzi ::: \ :t.4ry entertainments, as- I pitab'e Lfniportuair. } ; .'1.-: : 0', ,

    t : girl an while here was the admir. .. \ f.r hf-r charming I .,' f ''rtan: :. t-! .
    ...'III i 'i '. \ c- ,-iste-l: by her polished bro h'r.and .
    I I
    1 f" Mr te'rlV.. Pearson of the Pcar- ,[ guest: ot ''" r aunt. Mrs. E. H. M-re l, ; \ : fit' f"lima'b.'an. least or :', :r :: .IS .1 ti':::
    n
    his i one wa-; a -
    -41 Oil and Ga Company, has return- I Mrs.cly.. r.M in: :Lorn.with ii< rand buffet It: ,-.I..:" ':" _H'h ; :>:," '1
    -u \ .ir.reEiizabetb.-
    I : & Style ty ar. I poinr of E'l:>- .
    I home from a business visit toNtw I will: spend! a eo.'V.: : i f weeks 1:1 veranda, whichevergreens. was R .:

    ...,4fI York City and other points in Tampa.On } ComfortDurability ( r W1 < Ky.) News. As eadl -'. rt !

    4d' !he East. He was away for about i iI I Co. C. C. Post Dead tbey were given a srr. t : a', '.

    Master Otis: ding cake.
    Saturday afternoon
    !'hiee!: weeks.iKe of Seabreeze died at
    Cul. C. C. Post
    I Mr. and Mrs. Hester left the nt\t:
    I
    Green and his little cousin MargaretEagleton ;
    I \\PRiCKS THAT PLE'I \>F.TheMarionShoe at Sea-
    4-3'i l o'clock Sunday afternoon t )
    ) have been requested by Mr. gave a combination par'yat ) : morning for a wedding trip
    j
    the tome of the former. Tlw:t breze.Co Jamestown, Washington, D. C., and
    \ of the
    chairman pub-
    ,T; nes W. Green,
    ]Hc'ty committee, to ask each of our were about thirty small boys and girl > < !. Post was formerly mayor of other points. The bride's going away

    and they had a most enjoy Seabreeze, and the prominence and gown was a modish coat and skirt
    of Buffalo present
    readers who are residents Co.
    11 of the town is due of tan handsomely trimmed
    X. Y., to send their addresses the ble afternoon together. Mrs.:: Green progressiveness suit light ,

    Miss his indefatigable energy in braid and worn with a dainty
    Mrs. Eagleton and 'I largely to ,
    i Old Home Week Committee in order Mrs. Badger, ', (J. M. Meffert D. B. Mayo.+
    saw that nothing was lacking : and public spirit. white lingerie waIst.
    i to receive souvenir invitations to Old Eagleton BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. i were received
    wilt be-, to give the little ones a good I He was well known aH over the Many handsome presents
    which
    Home Week in Buffalo, OCALA FLORIDA.
    and they enjoyed themselves < ,.state The funeral took place Tuesday among them being a quantityof
    11 from September 1st to the 7th inclusive time, LI-I '
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    1// Local and Personal .Mr. L. F. Bayard:: !La; zone to We- PROCEEDINGS OF CITY COUNCILA What Ought the Lawyer to Get? I i WITH FLORIDA GROWERS, I I I GENERAL-DIRECTORY. f

    for a short recr'ation.Anyone i -
    lu\a Spring's: Smith agrees to pay his lawyer .'" ( I
    r",;ular n,'''-tin.: ;; of the city : Ocala. Fa.! June 27.-Wh;:> Ocalaa City cf Ocala.
    Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. per cent of the amount recovered bysuit I I
    If desiring the &er\icf-s of a council was held! Tuesdaynight.. i I is the busiest center of this ,,;!'-'ction.1! Mayor-L. T. Izlar.
    'competent music teacher will receive I or compromise. Smith settles I Clerk-Henry Sistnmk

    a prompt reply by addressing Mrs. Those present were AMermen Robertson with debtor by the latter paying him I owing to the fact that it is the coun-I
    4 Mr. J. L. Hudgens of Fellowshipwas Weir Fla. Tax Collector-John M. Orai: :.
    H. C. Gates, South Lak Gates. Carmichael, Rheinauer S2man1! agreeing to pay his! attor! ty seat of Marion county y.t tl1''l!
    a visitor to Ocala Tuesday. 7-5-; wit. Duval and Treasurer-William T. C'.a.';.
    McConathy.The nEY.hat sum should the debtor I' towns surrounding it are no !ICs thecause

    I Dr. W. H. Powers received a callat minutes were read and adopt pay to the attorney? Marshal-George W. l'l:1: :
    Miss Adele Bittinger is visiting I of Ocala's importance, and! Council-At t''
    j' Eureka Tuesday and made the trip ed. The above inquiry has been hand large L. \\ 1 f'.I ;

    ht-r friend, Miss Legie Blitch, at i there ,,'ithlr.. Louis Lang in his au- Mr. R. McConathy, by request, in- ed us for publication and we hope" driving from here, as one must in or- First Ward, A. G. Gates a:.'! .:>.

    lilitchton this week. 1.! tomobile in one: hour and a half. The I troduced an ordinance closing up cer- that it will) be answered: by der to make time and see all the Robertson; S olldr ar i, c .r '. 33
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    r L.I I di.-tance! is twent>--three miles.: We I tain streets for tb- purpose of giving our bright readers. This inquiry is I country, is one .of the necessaries of I Rheinauer: and Cii.u: :-sK. Sa;. ; .; .rd
    All'. A. J. Menafee of the A. C.
    call that quick traveling. It is a the Atlantic Coat:; Line railway room causing a good deal of discussion and the business, so starting early in the I Ward,, Edward K. Nelson and \t. J.
    railroad at Leesburg, was in the city ;i of the valueof for the erection of a brick depot an 1 has been solved in several different
    Tuesday. practical demonstrate morning, when tbe mocking bird is Crosby; Fourth v\.ud, G. A .u.il-:
    j more track room. The bill was read ways. I
    I I: good roads. chael
    and Thomas J. Owen.
    l I by its title and was referred to the I most happy, it is not an unpleasantdrive I

    9 Mrs. Vance Weathers came in to Sparr twelve miles, from : Co';.ncil! meets on the first ana< \ ..rd
    Mr. F. L. Hughes of Gainesville, judiciary committee.All The Seaboard Wreck
    i from York Tuesday on a shopping here. ; TucMliy,! evenings of each mouu..
    who has charge of the phosphate in- bills: except the regular" pay roll A wreck on a Seaboard freight

    j tour. terests of the Dutton Company, was were postponed until the next regu- train occurred Tuesday morning at Among the best growers lyre an- I Tr-i-tees, Ocala Sub-School Di'nctW. : I

    ,, among the visitors to the Brick City lar meeting.A the Exposition street crossing, caus- the following: J. W. Colbert & Co. !- T. Gary, James E. Chan an,: B.
    Mrs. George T. Leitner of Bartow
    Tuesday. He was here in conferencewith communication was read from ed by a broken wheel on one of the W. Luffman, manager SO) acres canta i A Weathers.'L.ief .
    is in the the of Mrs. F. C. I
    city, guest
    1 1 1 the convict lessees, his firm be- the Ladies' Civic Leao"1le calling the cars. Nine freight cars were derailed loupes. Mr. Luffman is a general I <- of Fire Dtparuneii: -i ii S.

    Edwards. ing possibly the largest sub-lessees attention of the council to the con- but no extensive damage was !I merchant here also a zriw':: r. beinii : Chambers.

    the of the abo\' linn and a I Superintendent of Stretll I G.
    in the state. gested condition of the street in done, but travel was delayed thereby. j company
    Jones.
    l Mrs. Mary Eagleton and daughterare
    I front of the postoffice during train The passengers, baggage, mail, etc., shipper of all kinds of \en.:; M:>les and Ii
    ; spending this week with friendsi I : Superintendent Electric Li;;!ht PantEd
    Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Owen left times by vehicles of all descrip- on the north and southbound passen- fruits. J. E. Meadow: ha13 i acres: Bennett.

    i at Lake Weir. Tuesday for Philadelphia. Mrs. Owen I tions, and the fast driving of hack- ger trains had to be transferred of cantaloupes :3 acn s of tine toma- Ocala Board of Trade-T. T M!,in-

    1 Mrs. Blanchard and :Miss Amy has been quite sick for the past I men to meet the trains ; also to the around the wreckage.Best I toes and !grows all kind or vegetables roe, President; C. L. Bittinger, Sec-

    ,i. Blanchard have gone to Jacksonville nine weeks and she goes 'to a noted I blockaded condition of the streets in j in season S. D. SOUI-T has 5 retary.

    to visit relatives. hospital in that city for the purposeof front of the livery stables with vehicles Medicine in the World for Colic II acres of cants now lippm.! cukes, Ocala Rifles--Ceo. A. Nash, Cap

    j having a surgical operation per- of all descriptions. i and Diarrhoea"I lettuce and other veueaM'j-; season tain; John M. Graham, First Lieutenant !;-

    .; Miss Lillian Thagard is spending formed. Her friends trust that she Alderman Duval stated that on yesterday era and find Diarrhoea Chamberlain's Remedy Colic.to bp Chol-the J. Meadows: has .! acres in ; Joseph H. Bell, Second Lieutenant. -

    this week with relatives in Sanford, will speedily recover her strength) the street in front of the post- best remedy in the world," says: Mr: tomatoes and! ants in cantaloupes: Weekly drills every Thursday

    1 X-.-C.. and continues to have a delight- office was so crowded that it was almost ,. C. L. Carter of Skirum, Ala. "I am now shipping; :: and also nn .ws other night. Business meetings first Thursday .

    .VI I time. Mr. John T. Lewis, inspector of the impossible to effect a passage, : subject to colic and diarrhoea. Last vegetables in season. J. NY". Johnsonhas night of each month.

    state prisons, was visiting thecamps spring it seemed as though I would 'M: ) acres of cantaloupes, cukes a
    if fire would
    and had occurred it
    J a i die, and I think I would if I had! not County Officers.
    The county commissioners are going of the Edwards Bros. Naval Stores I have been impossible for the fire I taken Chamberlain's t'olic. Choltra'and and squash; in "season. .\. F Goodwin Clerk Circuit Court Simeon T.

    I, to put the court house grounds in Company Tuesday, and returning to wagons to have driven on that street. I Diarrhoea Remedy. I haven has 6 acres of cantaloupe-:;, acres of Sistrunk, Ocala. 1 ,

    Ocala left for his home at Moss Bluffon I been troubled with it since until this .I I T. Hooker -
    He also called attention to the block romatoes. now shipping Sheriff-Henry Gordon, Ocala.
    cannot week, when I had a very severe attack -
    ... the Atlantic Coast Line railway. ading of the streets in front of livery 1 and took half] a hottle of the I[ has ;5 :acreof tomatoes:'id 10 of Tax Collector E. L. Carney.

    b'I i!, He is trying to effect reforms and stables with vehicles and said thatit I fw-'-*- re cent Chamberlain: ,: I: cantaloupes.! C. A. Pr t't.Imail I at Tax Assessor-Alfred Ayer, 3iclni'

    The Odd Fellows held their regular I cure abuses, in the prison camps, and was as much a violation to olera and [Diarrhoea Rt>IIi' i i .Anthony I ha: a large ti.-'d of canta- tosh and Ocala.TreasurerT. i'

    aet'ting Tuesday night. The princi is showing vigilance that is praise- ade the streets as to bloc') 1 this morning; I feel like a loupes anti watermelon-: !,ow ship. E. Pasteur, Ocala. t+

    1 pal business of the evening was the worthy.Mr. sidewalks. .. For sale: by all diuggists. ping S. F Howell i.-j nov: -shipping Judge of Probate-Joseph II. Bell
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    installation of the newly elected offi The petition from tb' i cantaloupe and tomlu''S. .1. C. Ocala. t s.

    cers. M. L. Payne was a visitor to League was referred Lignt of Heddick! was in I lames has i n'nmtops and! u;tes and, 'Ocala Surveyor. Alexander Moorhead,

    Ocala Tuesday, and as is his custom committee with ; He aii, has OtWI''egNahlt' !
    power day, and like most of the j! !is now shipping.! )
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    Mr. J. C. Howell has returned froma He I Supervisor Registration-Donald'
    friendly} visit at this office.
    paid a The ordinance pre am that ta\red secMon. I \ :: in -'ason. W \ Nottage: Ferguson Berlin. '
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    short, business trip to bis Sarasota I "Onlook- I
    says he thoroughly enjoyed grading and paving o ig one of the bunks to.' ; now shipi: 'i-;? canta!'>'ii.I! '" and to Commissioners-John L. Edwards, i
    possessions, and reports everything l criticism of his late speech before i .
    er's" NIt! sidewalks was tl [posit.; Yes !hf said he \\'a-I matoes. and > also :i l.rvvower; otlettuce. I Chairman, Ocala; Samuel R. Pyles, .

    moving along most satisfactorily in the democratic executive com tons; and with cert U, but just a !little: bit. He !!I I I h<-a-: and cuk- in -.'ason.I Uiala t ; Nathaniel A. Fort, k..e; j

    that section.Mr. mittee. Mr. Payne is broadmindedand I II I a'l''pted.: ?ople of Ocala.:: in not "..nd. j:I I There 'lI'P ;: any Ittt..j'! :..:.II,1,, I growrs :Char!: s M. Turner, Ambon} ,;i.. es 1

    takes these kind of things good : ; Ai \! thew ,.:. Fit: IP i.jton.n .
    and Mrs. Jesse Turnipseed! and the !hblt"I! helped! him here. !Ln:i! ; ::1::' Pat'! I.tfl: pa::;,:" >!
    natnredly. and by doing so raises him i;:1 .. :d nu'pr" /ili-; : Fue.-L; :: .:. ry 1
    The Doctor Away Fro he financial road for! a" L"\ : ,'her..11.
    little son. accompanied by Miss )[iu- .n for his; ,1a on tll .
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    rule self in the public estimation.Mr. I Most Neel ousand,l ,!.ullrz! : and did! a \ 3lefferr..1a:' old Pal: I I'" .uler. M Mne hi UJ. u
    Peterson left for Bral. .
    Tuesday: People are often ve .' ol lhll"1 1 :-: sernn :". '

    .It |[mown, where they will visit friends: and )"rs. Hugh Williams, whose I pointed: to find that th for hit'i;i' !'id. MarKu-I 'I i I of! tit'' 'a'gesi _a I"" '" t., in this iry. \\:. U I Cam : si I '.. ads Li

    fu. several weeks.A sician is away from ho 11 is wi-l! tits' ('nd'J ]Parr ot I": : ." 1 and I is:. :- ores: ::11 I Iantaleu1' j -; .,.' Ste\t ntch. t 't1 i t,; l.I: : B. t r
    Yarmouth :Me.,
    wedding! took place at i
    I t most need his services. says= I lio.M: \ :r. that :he \\ i ;:; ,I': I 111; a"I'a!, ;'. M iL : r./ .I. .-' n, '
    the 22nd? ? of June, reached OcalaTuesday ;
    on colic and cholei .
    j little son has been added to 'he cramp affairo'. f: '-ans"1 '. vat :'1110r.-. i ii i also I I.. I be ni"' !: I Co..' ((3Li
    afternoon. They! sov- quire: treatment,
    spent prompt
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    t family: or' Mr. and Mrs.: L C. Mobl.-y instances can v e r'u ;apardon :.irnest -! J 'O'on'r'j in tJiak. ;- (
    ml in New York with Mr. Williaiu many : provenmedicine .
    j at their home in Georgia.. Miss Mo: could be proem o\'pr..i.-:''; f at i 1.1.I :II) an.+ lX :a', iret'tt i
    s' mother en route to this city. ....... .
    Icy \\d5. before her marriage; :.Miss -!ciao summoned.: Thx : ;< :: :.' o v- .n''i! !' ,. ; ,5 s1',!. I \. ars \ : .w !. !).
    I'Jr. and Mrs. Williams are at home; to toe! -p at hand a bur-'\? t. I' ;t'" I ::1 tw 1zL'
    Droll H. Bailey of this city. I I. !-;.:' ''" !!: ; ;h S 01 1.: is tn'! ,
    1 I tll it' meads at rV himof Ur. ands !ain'S Co:!t'. CnoN: ra an 1 ; I>. ;.
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    t'-M nearly! th"! \past t vu yarcam" !'is-!! i e. -i )'11' ) is \'
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    for shrr laic I !iro' !'I1' ,, ) ;,.
    i\\f\\ to Ocala Tuesday a \ ,at!" hy all '::". :.-t-, 1I1. : I'': -
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    I c'.uba ..i i T'irhi.v aft
    i.Liu! !:r ; -
    tu lug' mother -tiiil sisters I i ;iI!- .,,...!, ';'::' I,' -; i ij
    lioouuli!! MissMr: i itst! ri'i lie
    I Life at Sver:!' Spr;ogs ,- u!: i i o' ?\ 1'I; ; j ;:::.'1 :' 1 -
    c'1'1'" !! '> now eas :U''! !in Ii"i Trudy! o: -
    Mrs: \\'. K McPona! I and :little: A f -.r friend! : MrV. .1. i \ t :!: i 'e .: 1Sa ..; : I'" !; ,-
    l'-.Lid:: aiul! ifco: -v-'iil; 'i [pic 1[ fur .
    !
    .!att,htl'r of JacksonvilleN\ > haeWeen !> 'rs Vi'<.af o :.t M '> !\
    11:.' guests of Mrs. Thorn "x-I Tut-.da all.rm1tH.1.- tft' EnnIUa !.ii. ll'fIJ'n'! 'o '1!"'.' wi'l!h: :> ':" r .' t- I', ;, '! Ij' ,. 1 I. "
    paranitti:: i i'.- 1"\\\-, ;nl'l'; >'r-:, CUtoia ,
    'ton tiir a week, art' now the me--,= of I !1'- 'a"' i''s: of 11. IJ' L'll" i'ii: "lllKlMM-! I :tr-, l : HI'' I : ,,, "
    " !!!.-, 10. which! pt \i :': Hitnicthe \ u; !it, p. iw
    \\11'-0.\ K Brunibv and :Mi.-s Lilhe I j-L.-unJs.:' \\ b.rxN! 1 u-: 't! 1 t.- "'ion.l! j jr ::, i.in.: I ''ii'; .'a d''.,, _. .

    HI'Ilm!,> for a fen days.! i Emit:: ot ctrl! : :" !i'itt:; ro-.t were ::,i'i':. ba'ipy: ; hilI:"-- ;. ,'d'..' .'.'i-i! t i":\ j '.:. i :i1 :i'i !ra* ', .- > I':>" ." I' r'" .' ; .

    --L ilii'> .'i--u.i 'v.l :Xs\ v;c k trite Club! !i! !i.' -. 1; ( \.t. '. i .,.,;:' ... .,1.! K S ': I'''. t' ,' '.

    ) :3l 11'1.! : Murphhad Tin l 1"I-IIr., : will i'1-et with Mi-s I.1'--; ---"ruu'.v. I Ti''j.-: \\.0 t-iij:; -i : :' .: ; t twen' i' '. ',a" 'J1! L I' i i' ."1 1 I;). I I', d.' I, '

    J tone in be severely kicked l be a irile I ;'"% t,,'JI"i: ; "-'i, I! x.' > : \ ,' 'I\j.; : r i ier .'': ,\ i
    M'M'i-al! days a-Yo., H.' reeeivt I a !IMIIIfill Dr. II U. Snort-Kii.: t : .!. -r I'iti.i' \". v"-.1, t. M-s' Chur! :.- ,T., i -i-i.i_l'! j! rut is iKlifjo'::? and T'.T': .11'1; tl-' w : :. *.
    /t:1 ot Oi-i'a.: ai'l wbu< i'e is in- I .. '
    hi'ni..tit' the scalp!! b'lt evil.,i i-i:-ritti 1<'1' r--'s.. MrT: : !JI! ,!I. !)I1.1 1 and1ilai : c > :- \, t .;:!lY: b--a" i: l. ")' [a. t :

    . that: it might have !been so urn-h! m.-epai.i'y: :' coniii-Cted! u.'li: thra of -i'M:, : 1"r !. 'or Marnv.: : ,' :AI i' ","! v. I: I n I Mill t! ii, 1"1': let .., '-. i'i : .' ,. ,,

    ;: \\ or'v is eon.Tat'ihitin: ,; him.i'.i i thdisco.! :r> of :>;ii. <>pL.itj in this: lull 1"1: ,. ]J''' -'' :i;. Mi! 1' ->:: 1 Mi:-. i;j Oli i .;' ". c'!:.! i'e.04, !il: '; m'- "t : I' "

    a, --- county, aul :.tt n.' 'n.ie: ouiu-r oi a L.u I. .D,)' 'v.-r. \\". S i -i-i Dr) .\ jL. I I I'. !. '. : i rii: 'in1.n: ; ;M; ,i' f- F'.I., I -o j.:' ". c:.. '. f _
    f :'uixe shar >'t he .:e(..!;: 01 ;h.' Dun ; L. i! :L
    Izlar! R.H.. \ _Alkiun. a.ul: Mr. '. ., < '
    Mrdani Ilou, one of the piuiu t r I an: r..t' ie- -
    Y nellon! Phosphate Ct1ir'auy, i-; visiting : : :';. i 1'.1 )
    o.tizen.oi the caunty..tnl hale aii i and! Mr.W.. H (.",1r'all, .I '!:ruu-r.. It I Long Live the Kings 1 ic(';a'( 'i. !in.l'' Ha-'. .
    ; : Ocala all I wi'l!:J he w.r1! 1 Its! foieral i [ t'aeopular; cry thru thont Euro- !! l'J(' .: fT.
    ,_, ulie.xll: ] Coni.i': :. WIlP'" k.' ::.
    ht :un at the age of was: a pelasattt p.'aJ[ : cuKiiTif'S.vhile! in .Ani-'isca the j ; !
    >, \' ilaKe" i- now rjEu-: T United SOffiCI:, ,.
    \i-itor at our office TUc'jay.11'! ",.,. .XTir-ni! iaiuh* The ''ar'""'e-t j cry ofh-- present dais "Lon J live: : p ackt':' .hip! ;' '' .nt!..; .

    Ilou j i.a; successful Partner and snll!! lakeland but since !leaving 11taa' tas :;rout and M- ("'\ aTt nr-itainwi i ikrovd ,; i IKii'4:: ; X-.v I1ben'I'fKin of ;: fruit anu vegetable, d..-. des r. Of"t; i-
    !i\ t',1 in Ohio Caliioia'a'and: '' -,: JiL- Fa'. [-
    t"th'I' :\ : roar a-i.l !. Remedies! of
    1 'tog I
    !looks! mi' the optimistic( hide of Hie (: uj caai;u !in fruit oi till I : .: special mention, as their eooda, :' .. I
    Paine Truro 1.
    states.: He is looking well. < '\ l.tth1: ,. Julia Ryder ,
    launch at full speed, catching a I of superior quality, owing to lip-t, r' *
    :Mass.. says: "It never fails to give ;rtn: 1LI1 \ (-
    I'rof John M: Scott of the E\peri- :5mal! trout and bream. few J immediate relief and to quickly cure date management good macliin-i:. :. I" fanll! r ,; ;,
    Bad Burn Quickly Healed i
    "
    ;PI I ut Station at Gainesville!! was in with what All had a big time in spite of a cough or cold." Mrs. Mrs. Paine's and the best of material. Here art \.imr, Will !I'' M..r:
    1
    J p .-U Tuesday and bought tlm;' very Chamberlain's am so Salve delighted has done for I small showers of rain.Constipation. i opinion is shared by a majority of New the I also located the fine orange groves of I District c. 113"- ,
    inhabitants of this country.
    :Cue: !Nulls, for the station from the PalM me that 1 feel bound to write and I I Discovery cures weak lungs and sorej I I the: Oklawaha Fruit Company, W. B. .Judge, Ja<"" -. E.r ?. _

    > Stock Farms. He recently (purr tell[ !! you so," says Mrs. Robert Myt-j I hcats:! liter all other remedies have I! Hammond managing foreman. Un- racksonvu'' ,. Jo':, .
    .IA tonlip; John St., Hamilion. Ontario. j I For constipation there is nothing i marshall Jacksonville) r.I..
    .. '-id two in Texas, and was better j jon I failed!, and for coughs and colds it's/ der Mr. Hammond's: care the trees: : I.i
    "My little daughter had a bad burn i quite so nice as Chanibt-rlaiu's Stomach -, he remedy. Guaranteed by ITydins ) tripling, district attor- -
    ;-".i with his Ocala! purchase than her knee.: I applied: Chamberlain's'' and Liver Tablets.! They alwaysn'oduce proven j i look unusually well, considering the ii
    & Co.. druggists.j
    ; yule; David S. Williams, &,. -
    ; i !his purchase in the Lone Star ) salve and it healed: 'ieauttfu'ly.! This'ale !I. a pleasant! movement of the I dry season: and will! produce a fair
    ,er: Ocala S. E. Rowe deputy r-
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    :S .re. and thli.tanl'e is so much in ; allays! the iiaiii of a burn a'!- bowels without any disagreeable! d-I r.: ':atlwrit'en law"sri!! holds !j quantity an.l fine qlJaJirjof fruit this hal Ocala
    C. Crom .
    most: instantly It :s i.n.ale: by all ; feet. Price. 25: CVIH-. Sarjulefree. ; I j I ; George posti.er s-
    : a .r of the home market. i '. -"_oil :in "0.:''d Yirjmny." j :rear. Ocala.
    II I Irusigisis.: : : x. VII drug" x. I. ij j

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    THE GREEN-EYED

    . ,? THE OCALA BANNER VY-KILL MONSTER Th e effect of malaria lasts to !wily: t..jt': : ," '


    , S FRANK HARRIS, Editor "COLONEL GRAVES AND That conung-out r freak of Edtor 4':. ... You' Cz.iCcold l easily or 'b ccpdown ::: 7"..: '.. Y.. '


    m s. s ,t P. V. Leaver-good, Business Mar.ager. r THE MARINE BAND.' Harris of the Banner for a convention f\\.11 A because cf the after effects of malaria.. ;)' j. .J


    of prospective candidates for office 4 4 Strengthen yourself! with Scott's $

    .' t 7 -. 7y - --- -- in Florida, state and national -' v,.
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    : t :#& ;; with a barbecue attachment in Ocalain ; E m.J'on. jj h
    t \ I' .- 1:0: oScal.y: : : .; ut 'He faa.ef h.S: _.::!'o. is in-
    : is one of the pipe- blood and tones up your nervoussystem.
    i .'- :tJ -: September, It builds r.ev t
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    for heart
    cause
    burnings and
    '. :ray :," aasL'med, tha drean variety which that editorial I
    -. to
    f _'.,. of John T.-.;':> Grai: : : : gentleman grants himself once in a
    . I-: :: .. : --a;::.e :- :alk: with the president ALL ::R ,,CCIS1'S : SOc. AND $1,00. :
    .. 1t'f "'" '- '-r Bay cfccrsr a- : | while. It is so idealistic in theory: {) n.

    f;. 1 $7Itcu.fJi"" .-r ...._. ;;a.. :: tee j.r'-s.ccnt a- :: :" a said confer:Mr. Graves of important"and when mat-I' but how stubbornly realistic in fau ;? u);;., :{i ){3G. { 9cfir)9t aCtt(a(t 9 ,

    i Brother> Harris never intimated w-o
    i- ..1. iJ' jtEe; bv an.} GEA was : Sangamore Hill I may have : :(v ,
    furnish the $lo.0"lI.I tee supplj .
    !: f was I to -- -------:::
    } \ lt..iC ; .: :scISS; :!'.; ::'t: : interesting information." t Ocala Evening -
    feast.--
    barbecue
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    -- :.,.:.n: ;)a: :. for : ; what was :hat information. SOT. : : : sy.r't t.ireP and hi-; GT j W.!'t! and children .1

    SUNDAY. JUNE 30 "30'r. :'':::''-u. Georgian! has you. the Sxeen Singer' said, And may we now all sng the grand j I iiE- MIL OF NATIO S SHow never dreamed it Their most 'i
    ha.Enot "shaJ hare: He did '
    :y meatio.i.: old patriotic air. "The Star-Spankled !i : dreaded servants were masked cutes.

    ., ., -- -- Too m1:ca: might could, would or should Banner" or will the crushed Banner i If a Venetian no matter how high turank .1-.1I

    Exfo.rnrJr ; .. .., has become ").la- have:" He did not give .! I denounced by the
    ; : S e..ned: to t-L: 've :& i! : turn, like unto the worm that never i i was council 1;

    t a heavy sockiol.ler; in the Indian purlieus of :the: (::! kyinv r=a lOn.' Alas: :Must we dieth and perform the Mrs. ''Katzen- Great World Powers Have i of tea or the secret three he knew he _

    : .:::,d to : I i TVUS no better than a dead nan. So
    River State Back: a' Tuusvil.e.: contemplate the i f
    at Oyster: Bay jammer specialty on its stellar crit-| Passed Into History.
    i the government of"eIllCe was a terror
    mans falling: Now it may be
    'of John Temple \ j
    of Indian Territory the president will really: decline, ie-Tampa Tribune. i I k I to its own people and the outsideAworld. ,.
    A lawyer
    prominent \
    "I came by special Star the
    And now the Ocala says ;
    !i
    Then Napoleon came
    the '
    ,>, now i is Washington, declares \:. until I talk with the .:: term. though Colonel Graves proposition advanced by the editor of I MOST HAVE DIED FIGH T IHG. I I scene and the lion of St. Mark upon licked .11I i

    1 t. that the new constitution for Oklahoma learn his views on. the us that he has no right to do. the Ocala Banner for a grand "com- !> the dustPears; uc* W,,+,kly.MAWHE : .

    t' is a mode! one, and that a great i taken I do not declaring: that: his! is a matter in i '
    candidates i
    up lag-out" meet of the j
    cf
    i majority of the voters will uphold' it discuss themsaid : peop.e: themselves must The Struggle! Between the Empire os
    i that city some time during the
    ;. of hush: sa However even in this case. sum-I the East zed the Empire of tne West. ; STF.AG3LE7S.Town t 1
    some : mer was simply 'a pipe-dream by
    j
    and Its Long k
    Secretary Taft, in a statement, deClares -:. : not be considered discreet t Venics, Its Secret Three
    presidents door or :
    Frank Harris. It may turn out to bej I
    Philosopher Gives Sots.:. ntsanytirrj.
    that the as to dis- president to make an Reign of Terror.
    reports any Hi.l.This : open 3i
    more a pipe-dream, but the suggestion wasa j as to How to SucceeJ In Busin4'Xo s .
    satisfaction on the part of the administration i : .;: n;: of an appointment that hs-e died have i l
    : which j jgone
    should :: Most countries ..
    take .
    good one, and if Ocala does not j l matter xrh.-it .i i :-.. ,--', :Jn-
    of affairs in the Panama ca- 'dignity and cal ?: be called upon to make in '! down Tghting. The Haa empire j .. .
    o ,
    : .
    advantage of securaigthis event be in. remarks the! t \ : : : ; :!' -. .1
    rat are false, as are also reports of : he should repudiate;: his former: 1 I lira that and b- the j .
    : itor and the: .mperial some other city will. There is always perisht "onle s you keep u; T:1: rL i' '-';: t
    II .
    the intention of any of me officers [0', it. Bur an : tos and accept the presidency .a place selected for the "round up" irony of fci:l? the power IIf tae: re+' ars j lion you'll never err. : :". ...;-.-..._"_.Vr>, ;,:,

    resign. ,!;quoting his remark To announce now that. in case of the candidates, where they can I came 10 an end far away from Rome. ] don't count in bu....'it. .. : ,r .." ;:!'t _i

    tinguished rr.an who : pr-sident for another term he meet and officially open the cam 'f After it Md existed for centuries the pick up en.\u'.:!-! S.'rl'i: i: : ,- '>v ;'tea 1.
    ,
    The youth was a bright one who to that appoint: John Temple Graves Roman empire became so vast and un- real carrhe.o: ke< ;. tL: .. ;: :n::. fT! ::1
    f I
    president that
    up of the
    opinion
    and
    we are
    was requested to describe: the difference i i of the marine band, would be paign I udy!! that it had to be divided into the feIr\vs! nkj are in Tlr! .* vn'lJf't: 1
    t that some equally t ucala was a very good place in of the west and the !
    tw.-u. the empire : They n .1 i- 1 ei ?an
    i drop "
    between se: and "sit, and officious! : : :: a reversal of his former asweep.
    or let us say, which to open the campaign of lho8. empire of the east The capital of the .
    F
    who replied "that tfae sun never sets : of the .;: em, that he would not un-
    official family : : I -Pensacola Journal. former was )Rome. The stray !f'r ia t!:.? r "r ':,_-i:> i lt'e!

    on the United States and the United out "hat the "special : Circumstances:: accept anoth-> The editor 01 the Ocala Banner 1 The empIre of the west became so for in<:tTn?e. Is the :::11'! -!....i -r >rc:.....; f.

    States allows no other nation to sit a 5pciai inviation :<) :,:laiGn.;: Whatever promise distinctly; stated that the Proposition I II weak at last that it could make no er -wbo trio: to .'.o \ nsUe">- '.'i 1-.7: ;'::

    oa her." When the sun is shining in':. reque=t."adding that for"'. rhe president made to the! jto I; have a "candidates' coming-out j!II stand against its enemies. Ewine was I methci that went "'1'] of .1. '.. i in 1-7T i

    Washington it is near setting time in I I:ito i taia with: the :.: Singer: concerning this ap convention" in Ocala was a suggestion I sacked by the barbarians and eventually He still has smull pa: ""' ,.:' _:oS> i.i']l.4 t

    .11a.nf11a. i'''tam i Georgia matters ;: must: be kept a secret for from an editorial friend of Ocala became not the capital of a vast front windows, about sixtt't'1 pa:. es to \ .f.fa

    ii i but anyway. And that is the| empire but the city of the popes, over sa h. while the merchant Qtiiu\ 1

    '. We like the bold spirit of the Trop-!i i town exposition doubtless why the Sweet Sing:(residing in South Florida, and he which the pontiffs reigned as kings. street who marches in the van h'is :acI -

    lea Breeze of Fort Meyers. Editor!|l was no nine for : I said that if properly handled it wouldbe The temporal power of the popes last- cepted the plate glass window pmpusitioa .
    not out the im-
    GriSs knows well the booster"s art :!;:and there: give very I attended by l}.ttO people. There ed till 1S70, while the capital of Italy I I as a good thing. Plate glass oust l'

    which he shows bthe '!l The sadness, : of i- al! information, which he said was nothing said about its cost. The was first Turin and then Milan. Final- lots of money thirty years ago !bat today J.

    squelches the ardor of the Ocala way Ban hej i!1[ epochmaking speech )have" to give out after see!;t president and other members of the ly the city was taken without a real it !is icte cheap and most any ,

    and Live ring around the world president. I board of trade thought the sugges- fight by the soldiers of the king of body can buy It. It adds several r>er
    ner Oak
    Democrat intheir i
    i I I Mr. Bryan, the : the contrary, and on the whole admirable one.-OCala Italy. cent to the exterior attraction of a
    tion
    a most
    f-
    glorification of their respective localities -;';I of the democratic there is much hope for I The empire of the east had its capi- store, and It's the outside that any <-u!!-

    ,. and talks up for the fertile;:i who !' to be blessed by having: Banner. tal at i"ontanrinople.. For centuries it tomer sees before he see the insi.ie.

    plains of Lee.-Taiapa Tribune. j jSir. I I II I[ed Mr..the Roosevelt entire ; John Temple Graves, the!i Newspapers are, after all. the expression was the! greatest power in the world. you !know. t
    of the character conscience
    I But it became honeycombed: with vice These same straggler who retain
    I j t Singer of Georgia. whose life
    '! of the t
    president !
    .. Hirschberg has seventy-six 1, : whose vast forever is one grand and: temper of the men who conduct and euerv.-ited with pride and luxury; their antique window pttses still!! t>C1'J

    acres of tobacco this, which is i!,i them. also it ;r set. old and weak. Then in ploy the methods of 77 In their ;ad-: rtislns JI
    growing under shade I i i song, made leader of the marine .
    I that the democratic i And tbe general public disinterested l2 the Turks made a tigerish springon I :. They carry about an ln. h "f I
    rear Lake Jackson
    in Leon county ]I over a hundred years '1 a position he justly deserves i and serene, measures the merit t'onstantiuople and took It by storm. space in the local paper, merely n.:utioniurr ; I

    + and he has sold this year's output for i such a potent : the duties of which he could and conduct of as it The! la.; of the Greek, uainerors tiled I that Smith J: Jones baa f i.!

    SO cents per pound. The yield will be'; good in this republic ;j ,e to the credit and renown o f''i:: measures the spirit newspapers and customs ofmen I sword in hand, and his descendantsare Blocsgrocer of fine grOt.t>ri\'S. when the other

    Iron one thousand to twelve hundred nobody ''. and his exalted hero the living in England today in very takes a half column douMe and 1
    !i thaw. have :: admiring the lofty and noble
    pounds of tobacco per acre. Is there from of the United States. He humble situations. adverti--es right J.y pcLlijhlnc :a rn .v i
    .
    Pacific.
    to the I I
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    the little and
    a Madison county farmer who will!; take feu make the baton a brother tog and despising mean. Egypt once so powerful and so famous !list of his best mains for the day or I
    Rio Grande :: Newspapers do not always realize the under the the vnvk."Wb 1-
    cot try an acre of tobacco next 9then stick.-Columbia State. I pharaohs was conquered
    Madison Recorder. to be treated t [[ intelligent judgment at the public I by Home and was afterward > g ts the patronas" ''f the pt'<.

    I I ,i;I: but those judgments are unvarying swamped b:,' the Moslems. The cress pie? Is it the grxr *" !. tb" '.! f
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    [and clear. The small jealousies the cent was supreme in the land: of tae: spei'k'il w11'o'pa::as .)f :ieratioa ,*t u; .. i i.

    The Jasper Banner of Liberty has I SOME GOOD on county, Ohio is awarded ;i[:little mean reflections, the sneaking I I A'lle, and the aforetime haughty L.vptiitns and th" ln<-h .:.!. t!: .r'\ !s : *A. 1

    aroused a hornet nest by suggest1; *s to the amount of $S2Owile j!i of who were slaves for a thousand Jell's. In Lip v, ..!' t;-..e *'> 1 .p : T', t the 1.>r. ,
    depreciations one happens toj
    irg that the books of the various departments Hon. H. W. Long, Union Central Life Insur-:. I Tile great moguls used to reign ia tern -.:-e worn uS at tl": ,.......... .; 'i::kf n a
    be a ,
    a competitor or contemporary
    of the one-time town but !1I County Comm < cpany, by a decision of the' are all noted and condemned by that India. In the days of Queen Elizabeth '"1..1:1. ':..WT1 :*!hi>*" Ij >'-l:, r :" .t '.)e '.in 6h

    now city of Jasper be audited. Certain ; The back i icompany's I the mogul-or emperor of Delhi, as he +na imnj b .y :1.1 i-l: -.- : '. p. r

    officials regard the suggestion as Roads Association ,f court. taxes are high clear public opinion which does I was -sometimes called-was so powerful g!:iss vind.\vv-j every ,.. .-...: ; at i t
    bank
    ; a reflection on themselves. This is address ;:o the gc deposits. not always speak but which is al.j i that Le thought it a vast condescension o',-!.) and thenr.' s ....w .'I'Y !f

    in Penaacola; las ways awake and cognizant The pic- I : on his part to receive an embassy for t!:., w'W':;'.. at: "''r'. ,: :, ami t )
    The
    uajust.
    auditing of books is a;;: other senaiole: jl. Taylor and L. A. Fraleigh ayunish in journalism is as promptly from the maiden queen. But the n,,- H;:'ap.';' "u:1' :
    necessity in every city town and vil-j I ..
    f "As an exte __.., credit for demonstrating to depsised as the mean and spiteful in us tinip went dn'L. great rajahs, or As I rt.r:1'-J: :' ,'rui'n.l: 'd f ji.' t'"' J
    ;
    lage. They may come to it in Jacks i j.1 tributary kings rebelled : "if J't ; .:.J
    difference the 'tr".l. of Madison that to-the individual agaiust the phiO.iUIPr.; -.u t : a..l;1 .)
    on pan county :
    fionvilie after awhile.-Tampa Trib-j :' well 'I. m-jguls. India was rent asunder by the the pro""'" ';1 ::. '1 r: ,.. r .: .* ," ..r' "
    mean'is
    cue. islature, I desire to i can be successfully grown in And how foolish as as
    i I I wars between rival rajahs. This
    give
    in the preparation of !| county. If our people will now the spirit in a responsible newspaper the .
    4 Europeans a chan+"e.I .

    In the better days of the republic !I bill, adequate to tbe, I i hold! with a 'vim we can makei that would refuse its influence I I France at first held the upper hand j i -- --- T

    tie South furnished the larger pan Florida there} are i i! ) doubly prosperous withinj and support to a worthy public move I and nearly conquered the land. :J t i j :.

    cf i!overcome which can ,j .-:Madison Recorder. ment simply because a competing i then England; drove France back all, i'
    the
    presidents the members of,!la happened to be first in I seined the empire of the ':
    practical knowledge ; newspaper great ci .ril-:
    the supreme com, the plenipotentiar-j I SCALYSORES R[ AS '
    ies and her tion of good roads. ,!: Vaughan and Edward Ray- suggestion and advocacy! Consecrated I for her.elf Tat- heir of the aogu.:.-. -
    statesmen in the tfct
    upper i *
    j of the Florida to public service, and dependent was still; N:1'')fiy a peasiou -:.
    and lower branches of the national convicts sentenced to the pen- I by the P.rltirsh: .
    i ] :g''l'rnment as a :n-..
    practical road I upon public favor, this public voice
    congress shaped the legislation of: | from St. Louis and George'' !w-n-.ation for the throne lost by h.s: J-
    haps the members of chooses to be silent upon a public is-j BIGASPENNIES[ L
    the | 1 -tors. .
    country. That was the golden : a convict sentenced from Kan-:. :
    and to permit a public i i
    were the most sue, wrong
    !
    era of the republic." It looks as if ] i were hanged in the countyI I i'iicnu u-vl: to occupy a big phi,-a ';r.:
    of bills knew and neglect a public good, simply bee te;
    history is sage I rcip of Europe. At one ti::. .- .
    , going to repeat. itself and i;, at Jefferson City, Mo., for th : : -e-

    the hands of the dial will again point':I construction I : i ; of Prison Guard John Cia cause another paper was the first to I IF :"t, niucii :'d strong-: :!; ... !j i Covered Whole Head and (Neck After
    I it! How small! IVi.: The V. '
    through our mention infinitely f-z-tr of Ru'ala tel : 1* ,
    to the
    South. a concerted attempt to an Attack of Measles-Hair All!
    escape I >,-!',:r of Austria ,
    roads committees you John Temple Grain the Georgian. II were only too g,- : {t
    the penitentiary. ; Came
    -- I be Out Doctor's Treatment
    I t<> on gjod terms with tine
    kaiir ? i
    here once to devise pans: I : : o
    we come again with some ;Ito secure the Her Useless. Vigil ,4 Pj'and.: aa-i there was no kin;:' or I I Had No Effect-Suffered 6 Months

    more "coals of fire." Ocala has been Ocala Banner states that if PT'}--, '.i in tli.j-e days.; : .
    roads Dill:! be The funniest I IBlnger.
    to thing yet comes from :
    N- :
    signally honored by the manage-,j : its forty-second mile > ;ie a-lvennrers from all part ?

    ment of the Jamestown Exposition, by the next legi la: : post according to the Binger; lie! world! d-.j. k'tl to the Polish! -.:;>:.ta': t tit CURED IN 3 WEEKS BY
    that a Durable: adds: "When it reaches its fifti Okla.( News and well illustrates i '
    ) YT.irsa-iv.
    ; : to '
    which ugi-r serve the i
    gives that city the ; :n i ', CUTICURA
    opportunity COSTING 51,50
    for naming "ucala !j be secured to present u is going to give a8; the eternal feminine. It is simply -h -.rrnies. The Duke of Monmjtb0:1 '1o
    Day"at the fair. .
    before tae : w au:. It extends an invitation : woman's and she can't of King Charles II.
    when, of go : proper way help it. ; of Engiaa-1. i ia .
    course, its i
    people will; be After .
    the legislature! and : to all us readers friends "\ Binger woman sat up until l' : :-''ic&t of du.n i this. bead having the mea ies mv wh !le
    expected: to show up there in large But and neck were o.vweti with easy
    As the efforts of that nell wishers. That includes I Polaa perished through, her ,
    numbers and make '' : o'clock the other: night waiting for ; sores about as large.* a p-nnv. They
    the
    It day a success. be for the benefifit of : :n the sat and Editor !her husband to come home. At last, -nvn faults: and rallies. The mass of j I were just as thick as theyn.a! }Ix>. My
    was a graceful compliment to a. 'he common people were slaves in hair all came out. Ilt-t'theti flbit' fI.n
    mighty nice Florida the state at large, I will! have a bard time taking weary and worn out with her vigil raine aii'ut along taking the doct.or'tJ... .K! rrn-
    city and TLey
    '
    were not
    we allowed
    an appropriation be of all his gl.lests.-Fort Pierce she went up stairs to retire. only to : tomove eWes and rubbing on sahe 1 .t it aid
    trust that Ocala will give it proptr' fr-oi one part of the country to' not seem to get any better.. i' atarwit ,
    1 legislature of Florida find her husband in bed fast asleep. :mother without! : that for
    i i'j about
    leave
    appreciation. It is an excellent opportunity they could nown ( way MX months then I ,
    :
    pay the actual Instead of going down town he had a foot of land and they got a set of the Cuticura J Remeui+-:', >
    to get a big ad and could !
    .
    see a.great and ,
    about
    mit'ee. H. Harriman, the milionair! i-ver be I in a Wet>K I notu.'wi a i i.
    t show.-Live Oak Democrat. j stolen. up stairs and crawled into bed sure that they might not beI j i onTerence and in thrw weeks it was r

    tt 'As graft. m.al : arrested: recently by the: which made his wife so mad she did'' -oM: J-y the ;.rest t noble they served-- tn !\ weU entirely and 1 have nut had the

    i I ifeasance m office not speak to him for a week.:' 'i new master; hence the 'nQi.-I and trouble any more and a: this wa -eyrn
    ,. J' A Sermonette. I :: officials on the Thames: I the p f>r>Ie never stood years ago, I consider myet-if cumi. I
    i( encroachments in a i Isn't it reasonable and altogether together in used one bottle
    Whoever i i near New London, for persist-! nu:", ( f of Cuticura R solvent.
    you are whatever } danger or disaster. J
    your one box
    the of Cuticura
    state, I natural? Ointment and twof68..0
    i ;,
    s t troubles may be, and though weighed{i Suitable action : getting on the course in his, I Polandvi.! .-- a big country but it was Cuticura S&'ap.* I tl..ok ;t :a
    set
    down with burdens it may seem I when the Yale-Harvard boat I diviilwl at'I1.t: itself and Russia_ sp n medicine, and I recor. mend it
    .. you I demnation upon those was being Royal C. Dunn, the affable young I Prussia and Austria whenever I t'aD.lr: :>. Ht-nrv Porter,
    run. Mr.
    Harriman combined "
    can hardly bear, be cheerful in spiteof i were Albion Neb., Aug. 20, l' U6"'
    ;measured terms.: later I man who holds the job of secretary !j more powerful. They all
    released but three
    i his boat was joined ji
    yourself, and let all of us hideur i | i i .
    j Mr. Long is right up. Yale's crew l li to the Florida railroad commission, hazii;, and each took a large share of -
    won the
    race-
    sorrows and little
    $ troubles be-i i eventually to become i I a magnificent struggle !i! has announced that he will be a candidate Poland iu 1772. That was the "firs t FACIAL HUiMORS
    hind smiles, for by ai
    "laugh and the' partition of Poland."
    law of The
    Florida should I Poles
    for submitted
    i i commissioner next
    world laughs with you." Ther is nothIng length! amid intense enthusi-! year. tamely for Acne
    ,
    ) by other than I they were still di Eczema
    .. t ,I '! Dunn has done a heap in a politicalway rifled. RingvormSpeedily ,,. t
    real in it for the one who holds If '

    I bis hands, complains and sees no I i'bill been before the I for the present and preceding I i In 1793 the trio of robbers made a Cured b)'
    t bill
    that had
    -a
    been
    I, sunshine in this old world we are !. Mrs. Hughes Net an Anti. stat administrations and this may vfnd swoop. Only the ghost of Po Cuticura.
    cussed in advance and New result: ; in Dunn; being done land was left. J
    I York World is --or undone Another
    i. abiding in for a short while.-Jasper! calling at year saw thy: :, Ward bath' with Cut(' :ni Soap, and
    ; Banner of Liberty I j i endorsement of the I to the fact that the statement ,-Pa.a'ka: X"W3.FRECKLES i! "ud of the tragedy. The last reu.- gentle applications tf Cuticura Ointment I

    .._ !
    r ;, I jof the state-it .,. 'l.w'Wl Ti tr. TTt nugnes_ opposing ndltof Poland were swallowed up by b. the gr"at ,
    I li'i! -=u. Prussia n Skin Cure
    ""' I some show of passing. and Austria. spefduycure
    He Didn't Pass I" suffrage, recently published in
    Through Ocala. presented to the Tho fate of the republic of Venice h ,, ,in tbt'maJvntyvf a
    ';
    was
    r aa erroneous one AND PIMPLES cases
    No paper in any town or on" of the most dramatic
    community feated there was more I Ii I the correspondent i i' in all history dufiguringfacua1Y : .i
    was I'or
    has done more for the upbuilding!!i practical business r'- REMOVED In Ten Days. hundreds of years the City of the ana other numors IT
    i I for it has been dismb'ti Lt t,oims was |. of infant children, :
    one of the Z1
    of its surroundings than the Live Oak!i islature, catching on to most powerfu.tu' .
    all association with that -s in the and adults I whenieemmgly
    I pap.-r Nadiaolawor world. Its doges
    Democrat and town has ; raak'--l
    no
    .;
    grown; fused incuraMel J
    to -
    approve I will :ts tie!
    ; into a city faster than Live Oak. We i not be sufficient to re:; ."!'- The equals of the proudest king--. : l bv all other I't'f'

    to favor with the W), Complexion Ito alliance!: W'as'eted by the great dies No other
    were in that city last month for the I An calls Beautifier i .,
    exchange t e't treatment .
    ehers u endorsed powers. Its so pure )
    '. f I of New York, however government was on" so sweet, and .
    : i first time in nearly two years and we'r friend who edits the by thousands of sheer : so spet-ujy effects f,r
    : terrorism
    The
    this teachers' fi r ; doge was : Pre erring. arid .
    I fight, the ed.-' Purifying beautJvmg
    i i actually had to ask a lot of Questions I ocrat a "live I Troy Press :: of grateful ladies, and hardly more than a splendid nure ': the snin. scalp hairand hands as ''AI''q!
    l sagely observe,
    to find ourselves at all. The city has For gracious sake, r =" guaranteed to remove fcea'i.:: All real power rested iu tha as for all the pur P0 e;of the toilet, bath.
    i "suSrage is the e j 1 andnursenr.
    I shortest an all facial discoL hands of Guaranteed lutelr
    rations the dreaded pure
    probably outstripped any inland' has a bloodcurdling i council of tea j and may be used from the hour birth.
    path for uf
    women who + adt the and the
    want restore secret
    three.
    F town In all of the South, a grow though it might go I The latter were j! CnmDirte External and IDtpmat Ttca tenet t 'or
    Every
    pay for equal Q beauty of a trio 8amor
    work.
    Tie
    Then tb youth. of living mysteries and of ..IDb.Dt lbl/dnon. aod .\JI..i
    for the past few years.-Dale City I hate anybody to call will =tat cases ia twenty lays. 50c. and l known were CuCnu 1ISuta of ChUCUre :,op (25c r w i Irense the rA.: .
    $LOO
    be by ra
    not p2isaga;ns* name to practically no cce Ointment ((501) tu Hea tile .km. ,rid
    .. Star. !pa Tribune. 1' } ail leadingug| stores, c' by Ka L in Venice. :Coated et.n Pttlt Reyiyent.Se. per(see nisi t or yin don the 1.0 form Purify of tM Cb"o Bl.4!
    t- Etxrd :r tTt01lL TOILET old "'row: : out the
    CO, world Potter
    ? Tesa Sometimes .
    ors. a mstt v. .' ",ne of tl; 'i i ..vrtJ.,., e i'ropr. Ba w4 tdta ::d.fat+:tt
    "td trey. LoxW CXre St!: 1!,; 1i.


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    VOL. 42, XO. 1. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 5, HJO,. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR

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    Local and Personal' ,!!--hRION\ -COmiTY'S GREAT\ NJVAL;( STORES I INDUSTRY 1,I From Miss Last Mathews Friday's Entertains Daily: at Cards, ALL HAILJPE-RU-NA.


    j On Wednesday evening Miss Annie i
    -1 Sara Elizabeth Harris Local Editor.
    Mathews entertained most delightfully -
    IT HAS REVOLUTIONIZED CONDITION AND! MADE MANY WOODRlDERS MILLIONAIRES at the Ocala House in honor or !, STOMACH CATARRH.

    I I
    Mrs. James Hewitt of Palmetto.The i
    Misses Shelly and Pansy Souter, I Ih .
    who have been on a visit to friends f The turpentine industry, even I place was named Rhem Station. At I about the same conditions existed parlors and veranda had been !

    at Lake City, are now the guests cf more than the orange and phosphate] I this rin- the orange; :ln'i 1'i Istry; wa all; around the place where- Southern prettily decorated with par: cut :

    : their aunt Mrs. Neff, in Jackson vil! ... ; industries in their palmy dayi'. has the no and da1 1 j"l>th"rcouM make Pines and Pinehurst are now locatedin flowers and Japanese lanrern- I

    changed the aspect of affairs in Marion $1 to 2 [><-r lIa:; :n The! large orange'' Xorth Carolina about the year :Miss :Mathews and Mrs H .\\ n t received

    Mr. T. E. Pritchett who has made ; county. gro.etherefore -\'h'r. the turpen- i!>Sl. At that time parties thought the guests in the parlor Miss

    t such a success in shipping peaches I Men, who not many years a 30 were tine people bruizht hands from the that when the turpentine and saw Mathews looked very attract.vt-- m a ,

    .,''this year from Candler, was in Ocala I mere woodsriders and dippers, now ,i Carolinas they were easily inducedto mill men got through with it, the flowered net, while: :Mrs. Hewitt was :

    Friday. He will greatly enlarge his j have swollen bank accounts and are leave: the t':rp..L. me farm. Owing land would not be worth paying tax- quite pretty in her wedding: gown ot i

    orchard, and expects to more than, our weatbiest citizens., to these cond.uonsthis! venture es on. But what is the condition today white silk, trimmed in lace. !

    double his shipments next season. The suddenness with which the in- i did not prove a success, and at the ? At above named places arethriving Delicious fruit punch was Derv en, ;

    -- by Miss Helen, Brown and Miss Caro : 44.,i.
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    Mr. Jonas Driggers, who was servingon J; I Liddon. i s.
    I \ t ttj
    the jury last weew, came to our There were eight tables arrange ,

    sanctum and said for us to let "the e I I and until half past eleven pro;rtSfeue I } ..S.S

    r %Ocala Banner continue its visits to ..... w I ..... !I whist was played. :

    his home." "The oldest paper in t'e4t Miss Caro Liddon won the ladies'j
    i ir YI
    l' state" is growing in popularity as it 0 :t4.1I prize, a pretty work apron, and she : : >:<: !

    grows older. It is for all the world !.., r!" presented it to the guest of honor
    ...... .....
    like old wine. 't Mr. Emmett Robinosn won the gen
    )
    rI tleman's prize, a fountain pen. The Miss Mary O'Brien, SilC I Myrtle

    ( Mr.. find Mrs. J. I. Sellars, who run i scores were marked by little Misses Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:

    the Florida House, a splendidly kept ...... I LMztfPW :rJi4Ftl ; .. I. Ethel Haycraft, Martha Miller and "Pervna cured me In five weeksof
    .
    catarrh of tbe stomach, after
    i hotel, at Fort Myers, are in Ocala fora i Frances Liddon. At the conclusionof
    iI for four and doctoring -
    I suffering; years
    few days. They formerly lived at iI iI I the games nut cream and cake without effect. In common with

    ! Lake Weir, and are here for rest and !rtr1 I I were passed. other grateful ones who have been
    .. ... !
    recreation. Before returning home I Miss Mathews' guests were Mrs. I benefited by your discovery, I say,

    they will visit their children at Lake] Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark, All hail to Peruna."

    Weir and Tampa. Mrs. C. W. Hunter, :Mrs. Lee Miller,
    oi Oakland Neb
    i Mr. H. J.Henneman, ,
    V Mrs. E. L. Maloney, Mrs. Jake writes:

    Dr. J. M. Jackson, Jr., of Miami is Brown, Misses Tillie and Caroline "I waited before writing; to you about

    being petitioned and urged to run for : I i : :,I Pasteur, Miss Eloise Miller, Miss my sickness, catarrh of the stomach,

    mayor of that city. Dr. Jackson's *H] <* ,- : Grace Hatchell, Miss Mattie Williams which 1 had over a year ago

    friends are very anxious: for him to %* Miss Florrie Condon, Miss Lu- 'There were people who told me II

    the office and say that he will v'If 1 would not stay cured, but I am sort
    accept cile Standley and her guest Miss Ma
    fine He L 'itp r Vr' ,V** ', that I am cured, for I do not feel any
    make Miami a very mayor. r bel Knight, Miss Caro Liddon, :Miss
    more ill effects,have a good appetite and
    is one of that city's most popular cit i rt.., i Margaret Walter, Miss Louise Harris.
    "-+. A VIRGIN PINE FOREST WHIC H H.\S (R\\N; IN! PRICE FROM ... I ira getting; fat.
    izens. 50c TO $l" PERl'RE.. i i iI Messrs. Ralph Robinson, Robert and "So 1 am, and will say to all, I am

    I I Sam Mathews, Valraore Izlar, Emm cured for good.

    Mr. Irwin Reardon, formerly of Robinson, Alfred Beck, Zachery "1 thank you for your kindness.

    this city, who has been in the United dustry sprung into life has entirely i time tOO opinion was expressed and towns and cities, with electric Graves, Harry Palmer, Howard and "Peruna will be our house medicine

    States army in the Philippines for changed our labor conditions. I j firmly believed by a great many, that cars running four miles out in Harry Walters, Harvey Clark and beret fter."
    I
    Catarrh of the stomach !,? also known
    the past two years, has received his Some years before it was well under : this industry would never pay this the country, electric lights, large hotels John Pelot.It .
    in common parlance as dyspepsia, gastritis
    honorable discharge and has returned way a prominent farmer told us 'I' far South. During the year 1894, aMr. that are known the world over; was a matter of much regret that and indigestion. No medicine will

    to his home at Savannah, Ca. En that at any hour of the day: he could Marion started in the business at I the section is settled up by a thrifty; Mr. Hewitt was unable 'o be presentat be of any permanent benefit except it

    route home he visited Japan, Honolulu stand on his piazza, blow a horn, and i iI\I Summerfield and about the same I set of people, who make the growing; the party. He expected to come removes the catarrhal condition.

    and has had many interesting experiences. men and women would come flocking i i time J. Ewing started at Martel, and I of grapes, peaches, dewberries, etc. dovn from Jacksonville, but at too Nervous Debility.

    Mr. Reardon has accepteda to it from all directions, and he'' Crenshaw & McNeil at Grahamville. ,a business, and from the appearance last moment was prevented from doing Miss Irene smith, 10 Minnesota Ave.

    splendid position in Savannah could hire all the help he wanted for The big freeze of 1894-1895 changed ''of. their homes there is no doubt so. Handle Highlands, Washington; D. C..

    forty and fifty cents a day, and pay the industrial aspect and pine I that they are making money. I merely write :

    Miss Sophie Howard of Graham- for the same in syrup at fifty cents lands which before were too high in speak of the above places because The Blue Ribbon Cock Book "?eruna cured me of catarrh of the
    head and stomach and nervous debility
    Title left Thursday afternoon for .!the writer was raised in that section, The Blue Ribbon Cook Book is the ,
    -- -- -- ----- from "which suffered for two years."
    1---
    I> f West. She was called there on and has seen these transformations, title of a very ex"ellent publication

    account of the illness of her brother, -. : \., ", ,- and :what has happened there has by Jennie C. BonecMct of Louisville, ------

    '. Mr. Charlie Howard, who has typhoid '. ." happened all over the pine belt of: Ky. The agency fcr this very excellent
    Funeral of Charles E. Ball
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    fever. His friends trust that -, to.o the Southern States. Take the sec cook book ha; been accepted
    : All that was mortal of Charles E.
    his illness will be of short duration '. 'i- tion of country around Tifton, Cor- by the Ladiej' Aid Society of the
    Ball was laid to rest in Greenwood
    and that Miss Howard found him t r : I#; '1ata dele, Valdosta and Waycross, Geor I-resbyterian ciiuiv.h! in this city, and
    -Y.. "" .. cemetery Friday afternoon at' r
    greatly improved when she reached i 1 t; ,; -" 'f '-". i..rr gia, where a few years ago the only the: books can be obtained at Mr. FG .
    .
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    .'. .A' ,' o'clock. Rev. W. H. Dodgp the
    that city.A. thing: you saw was pine forests; to B. Weihe's The book is only Go
    < ;' Presbyterian church.ithe jI
    \ 11"0- : day as you go through that section cents and containopr: one hundred .
    :: ,
    M. Dickson, for several years a <'1:' you see nice looking, well tilled well selected :andrvi: ; iecipes. Th' I obsequies most imprthe -'- I
    I : fun;>-a1 w'' "rely ,,r' LI
    of the most c \" ; I
    traveling man, and one i .. .. .r,j II farm and peach orchards, new I book also gies' \a 'iaii" suggestions I .
    ,
    --- si'ent' rM'i 'h
    ;; I
    widely known and most popular I : school house:, and churches, and all to young housoktep'::s as well as to .
    I .
    young men in this section, has rented r : 1i. : around seem an air of prosperity the: most eri'; 'nc<: I ,nes, and alsosjggesta nhkh the tt'. .,. ; aS' '
    The '
    sci 'J. '
    a portion of the store of S. F There has been a prejudice by menus fir cunvi'esctnt! and .
    ." ten < ::- 1[T,
    Brooks, and will open a racket store tiiiI tome against turpentine' operators. r.lt.'na3 for lunchco"and:: dinm'"-_ ,
    .
    i : I -: an'* j jgri thi
    Mfiickson Ir.
    as soon as his goods arrhe. I 1 and the above instances, are Cit,''l tosnow bo'-! formal anl .'nlo. mal.! In t'ilac -' '
    .
    1I I :
    is a hustler, and will no 1I I that the turpentine.' operators[ $ of the: boo.: alP !)'auk: paqf';"-. "

    t.Dnbt make a grand success of thventure. .' 1I and sawmill: men are beneTac'or-. I the .-cuion of uny direr recipe ::-> ta"e i ,, '
    his bio I .el'! :, 1 p;,">
    He will continue They remove the Timber from the! i ,,..redvi. 1 "

    keragebuisness,-Gainesville; Sun. I ; land, and afast as they do the att'ineloa I :i i"s B,>n:,i'irt l; = utai: i! IPLl .h._" s I" .
    : lJ J ". 1''
    _. I Mr. Dickson is well known in Ocala I I I _- __ and cant3III f' iianteis: > i ,"n:' one of t.'t'e"s i,1j ; \, ; .

    and his friends herovih him n clsuccess i ire cuitiva'.ti tV anv : and 1 h..re! j t'ij :;(nth an I ;fir i' ," i:, i'Ti i
    business.Mr. iI ,\ Rr'EXTIXi:: : DlS'iiLLERY P REP.\ m G SPIRITS AND ROSIN )n e ',' ,
    in his new I are caesher..: the nn-Ion:' ;10.t.rsihake i of tie 't 1-st en-- 't. atVi'ii -
    .
    i jrHI i
    I FOR MARKET ir or.rear F.\ : ; '1'i-1' MI inho
    mute m.n.'y per t \' unjwbete "
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    W. C. Bull who has been on !I I of t'" Ul .
    -- -- acre than the Turpentine anti sawmill I OC,1a: should' 1 I'lidinv cue i
    to Valdosta, Pretoria >> I I I 1'S. : ; ii
    an extended visit i iI both malt during the ten or f.ltttn i bookITe Ladtts A.I] Soc:1>ry i' j jg'
    :'per gallon or street !potatoes at f.fy price for firp"ni:n.' i'ivTi. were now : men : ,,: gli i r '
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    other Gerogi ia;
    Ccnington and cents per busMHe offered cheap enough to m'uc. over years they worked! it. (pin o; a ccnlmr..'""n 'n every I hn,<, ",
    Ho he I ; t I
    towns, has returned says i says now that he could blow a turpntine opeidtoto venture this The product from this county for 1801.1. ,
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    prohibition e!:Action .u.! : 'a:; :: \ !' I o;, '
    was present at the bugle all day, and let it be noised: : far South. Since Vn! they! have been l9',+) will approximate f);n.mm barrels I .'orn'l ; I
    he nevor ; ; IT } .a: ii
    he :
    at Valdosta and says i abroad that he would pays a dollar coating and loeauiuihtr.! now there resin, and ::11111: barrels spirits tur- ;j The Band Concerti 't. '. ms in'., ._ dm :' tat
    approaching
    saw anything like it or ttsee I:, anti a dollar and a half per day for are located a'! ou. .:" stills in the | p.:>ntine. and there is hardly any bus- I i The regular semi-month'!} l hand (" ..nscert \\ ,. ; '". .:. i- :.:.. \1 IS li: r ,

    it before, and never expects of the the ot which i mess where as large a part of the I held Friday night, the !band
    that it was labor in the hard cold coin county, owners: are was ,i.I.' t f soeien: :.. ;old :I ; :., .-'it I

    it again. He than says a trip to the I! realm, and he would have no response mostly from the Tar Heel State. i income is spent for labor as in tOO turpentine I jplajing from the grand stand in th i :."':' .n all! 'lie pack counties, and i in +

    more interesting The ladies I and his bugle blasts would : Theare all p>blie: spirited men, business, and the money is .court house yard As is always thelease >-, a-, never known to have been in '

    Jamestown Exposition leading waste their sweetness on the ambient ; good and desirable citizens and to i paid to a class of laborers who rarely the music was listened to by a a.r'I.:: -' irbance or nave had a cross I

    formed a line two blocks long air. j I ; nod-sized crowd and was greatly t'll'II ,
    this line the0- w"r l of any kind with anyone during:
    to the polls. Along It is thought that it will no:
    The turpentine industry fell uponus jojed.:
    h> :ong residence in our county, yet
    ttrfc; tad to and with smiles, -- -------- II
    pass .. '
    the grand
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    time when long
    they urged so suddenly and at a :;'. .... .. ': very rragling with all classes of peop', a
    benedictions \- .
    ,. blessings and many of the "old timers" were struggling ". -_--"" ,...... .J:>r'- .r i. -.ol"" ''-' I! sTand: will be splendidy: fixed up, and It he goes to his grave with ot' "sbeil
    vote on the "ladies' I ) : : .; 1J' 1-:
    the men to '' .. that our public spirited -
    in effort regain their feet Itt'paper hopes I
    to :
    a an ; his family bearing this tt -'i-
    hands ,
    side just one time and won. after too freeze and bank fail- ; .. ; :> .:. I citizens will be very liberal with !
    great J-l1'
    The vote stood more thin j "'X -' ..... : ,.' ".'; mcr.ro: his memory.
    down. it to ''' 1 their donations for this purpose.
    found impossible '
    that they 'fr
    urs, I :f- : ; : : 1 I 1amp very near living up totba'
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    three to one that
    is the
    The following program '
    |! take advantage of the opportunities ; :.
    -o'l'1" ;'eat f-p:'aph that one of the
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    i thrust them. and the industry '. 1 was beautifully rendered at the concert I
    almost upon !i '- ... ,t : ; ''' wor'grpaT. -' r >en said he wanted
    Martin was -
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    Waldo Martin ., _
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    was pretty much corralled by 'l" .,, "- : :, last night: I insd d himbston1' "WHte
    Thursday and in conversation ', --,;- :: : ; ? on i
    in Ocala from Georgia l ..-7'; -i.f! !;:t-f. 'Dixie Girl" .J. B. Lampe ,
    of this turpentine operators I .,, < If. f.- March: I me a- on !h,>':'r- :od 11.- i w
    with a reporter paper I and Xorth Carolina, but fortunately! .:'.' r-. ,-' '" Intermezzo, . "Golden Rod," \ men."
    said that it was true that he wasquite I I ... ,, >-...,. '' ;' 1" ,.w.. r, 'I .
    many of our younger citizens effected t--_'"--' .h' .' Mabel McKinley i 1 The pa" ',. In, :- '; re :M--! ; :L
    t successful in growing vegetables r .
    of 'a; landing and eventually! got into the "' : i h.,;;= a t T'.% > 5'"r. . "Chicken Chowder"J. 1 Whaley ('. t' t. .. ichn- :, ;. ; 1.
    this season, and that most \ r. ..
    with creditable swim. it" J r1rlBi,jq 1 M. Giblen i! \, "eihe.1. I'c< 'r. t\\r: 1I -

    the growers came out very hereto a "h of the -- -J. .. . . "Wonderland"; ',
    tory I
    that We annex .- T .. -" ::3. > :5'n.i [ berscr an"! 0; M: 'rl"j'CI'".
    ,. t, bank accounts. He said oth industry," written by Mr. E. P. TbagI ";'<"<-- ;" "! -;f "L.'i. .'fi/ -4ot-" .1 ......-xx..:.:lA. 49; Victor Herbert I j -
    the trucking business is like all I 1J ,
    >> successful and originally '. ,;.. ... Triumphal March, F. Jewell
    art operator :
    c a :A'A ; entry't Judge te;i'a:: : A. Hocis

    .:.j. of ers-it requires detail, and the after careful the watching crop is written for a special edition of F. LATHE : : ...1if .. .....'.\_ ;. _< i Selection. . ."King Dodo" : ben spending several da; : ,:. ", a,
    every .
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    i the Ocala Banner, devoted to the W. H. Mackie ; af.I
    it I the guest of his sons, left Friday -
    gathered -
    and :
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    t 1" successfully! grown I
    and lumber industries. : i I he'will
    and a turpentine A I 1 Uemoon for Drake's Point, where
    good judgment .
    then requires
    knowledge of the markets to know I The illustrations show "virgin i In the Circuit Court Yesterday !' visit his daughter, Mrs. Trusten

    the best shipping points. For instance pine forest," a "turpentine distillery" FINISHED PRODUCT READY FOR SHIPMENT. I From Last Fridays Daily: II P. Drake. The judge is in robust

    ,'. Boston may be an excellent 'and tbe spirits and rosin ready for I In the case of John B. Peck against health and is looking better than his

    market for beans but it is a very j shipment. Mr. Thagard says: the G. & G. railroad the jury yester- friends have ever seen him. The red

    for cucumbers, and NewY | The first attempt at starting this their endeavors is due in a large man. : ever hoard the same, but believe in day morning awarded the plaintiff hills of Leon seem to agree with him.

    t poj>r market for industry in this county was by Samuel 4 ner the prosperity which our sectionis spending it as fast as they make it. damages in the sum of $2000.
    :: frtc may be a good market: cu- [
    ,- ciiVibers but a poor market for beans: [ and E. W. Agnew in 1S69 near now enjoying.:! During the last Chemists in this country, and more :I The case of J.)1. Carter against Hon. E. L. Wanmana of Marion

    j ana so of the other markets. By j Silver Springs. Their experience: few years they have made money:! so in Europe are bending every en- the Martel Lumber Company was county, has been appointed on the

    studying the markets very closely he jwas, the first year they made money but a great many:! of them worked ergy to discover a substitute for pare., postponed.The board of control to take the place of

    -: was fortunate in shipping all his produce I and the second year they lost some time before they did make it. spirits of turpentine. So far they case of H. A. Fansett againstJ. Dr. A. L. Brown of Eustis, retired on

    ". to the 'markets: that brought the what they made the first year, and The question is frequently asked, have cot found it, and until they do, M. Anderson for debt was tried account of hjs advanced years. Mr.

    I best prices He did not hit wrong in gave up the business. The next at- what will bcome of the county when it is believed by most operators that yesterday. The jury rendered a verdict Wartniann is an ideal man for the

    i a single instance. Had he shipped un- tempt was made by a Mr. Rhem, in i they get through, and the sawmills the remaining: years of the industry, In favor of Mr. Fausett giving' position, being in hearty accord with

    .1 'I intelligently he might have lost as 1SS2: who started a turpentine busi: have sawed up the timber. The by proper management can be made him a Judgment against Mr. Anderson. the features of higher education.

    , j" : much as he mMe ness between Sparr and Citra. The. writer remembers very well that cost profitable. Florida Christian Advocate. _i


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    -33 Gems Gleaned from the Teachings. of ail Denominations J l *> An Irreparable Dama;. ,stir Then is re:1 F i:1 chew'.ng the*,e best fJrnot.:3 tOb3CCO Piedmont grown {V=' ".} :-. ,

    INOi.r g.ows-i:1
    = It where tae best tob c.o ; .
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    >f akl.trull silt S : fl. t:..jIt"O.: w:, j*:: al>ie t" G--i tLrly triy rrrat i.3Rev. '
    There in tie I'aiad States :"::c
    v Ihtti...!*'!; ii a: a woman who sell: '
    ,500 e y v Li YOU
    Pie. : nrydrr. Lutheran New Tori. Methodist Brooklyn. CHEW WHAT
    {j a rauainr firtatk.n wit SA"'-. .;e'.i

    .. Kn .!ed3e. The .alier. i re-..llt5 fresh !)! West Polar.w t\Te:: thor,1. -

    ?fir beginning: of knowledge is d&.'*- Love is the only universal tiirz, tie -? sra Le j..irn..i she dt'\),.pt..i the' Ooh c"'o' -e sele-".or.s of this -. ellOBil.lv =a"l:c. and a

    scat;a; the end of kaowkifze is sptlaJlzf.tloa. e v.a' r. s"Ie spark of Godhood still I (i .- she had attached to her aai t.\ .. "..,->:.!. cured tobacco is cs.:1..1. :-.C1SC"TfDPS,. .', ,

    .- At school we leara rales 'i a l ia every boson.-Rev. Dr. S. B3- :;. tae last conwr. The first felt red .'..1"-... .-.', Th,., ....,. C".CHrL TJ ')-"r ct- ."e _'..encS. 0: 'J. '!:1''.V: 1.

    is fe we leara t i .-.\. Dr. Frank | arid Fount, Pr&sbyteriac, Pirtsbcr. :it-\' the last nattered. But o> ..S 2\ ., '.:1. .h.. .. .. T-te--r ... ':.?fluevaMa.tlt:$ I .- :" '? '* .'
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    l--ar.d : :
    Crar r. CatreestirnalWont- ::. Mar/s Hspe. ever thought of loving the la ijr ex "\ t :'::;': :!" :. .3 rr.afe t:_ e\v.--_..:.. ,. ...,'.,. uZSlX :. ..' .' .' .3.
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    '. M' ". So fir. 's mote sst-liae ia historyiK her ht _-'' '.,' ..."' ...,:. for a .scyear -. ., '- ." h'_.'" a. 0 t. /- .r--. .,, 1
    rr.cpour- -
    : Tel tit1GrS.In1'er. than ma.i'5 >r< ia the fa<"e of death l.There. were together: at i western '.'""'':. ,:, t.and ceorter. : l, ,..'.'. ."_ _.J.t..n' 1- /'.. .,...- ;'. ,

    those who teach you hav. itself that he win lire again.-Rev. Dr. :post Maj-.r rind Mrs l"\ nz: sal ... \, .,: "' cne-t.-.rd cf the er rr-r: -- .- ; .- ;r-..... '7 :. ;..,. 1
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    ", t d'"d te i'ini. and the :, ..t-- _- ..: -..gfrom4 -- w." .
    pz I.n'crc-m- j 11 me Mullen Roman catholic Pbila- Desteaaat Ewers. Tpon Eirs' arrival .' ,. -, ( .,
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    ; 1rof their UAu.'itatioua has maje 1 Mrs. Itewna? dUd.sxV. :lie .. '" Ur..tedvS.atesay .:-... ..' .::. :- J Jt

    : c.:1 worthy of beis* your spiritual I dPlp"h'iIc SintpSe uT. i I f fi youagster in fans sod tr ok ::p 1-5 : 1 ad e- :' ; ,- "J' ,r :s..z'f.: 1 10.

    -x r. .-Her. IL B. Chapman. Episco- !I Thtgeaciitely simple life Is always 1 i i This made it embarrassing for Ewers t ho. ug .,-_, _.: ." !
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    pb.'icr4 New Y11rt. : the Lt-ares: Christ's life Sidhat: j for Msjvr IVwaiag tt-ok a great fancy .> \' \'/t.., 1 '; .. 'fIo ; '',
    I r-e'd 'l af: \ .. :
    Nstd cf Coua;:. \: iLesiis i: is In ti'-R3't oni n with Cr.a. ;.ito aiax anu Ewers was ia terror .vvst ., ; -* s J 'isf ) '': d.

    Courage Is wtut we all nerd in all '. -Et'\. F. B. Caeruigton. :!>ti!>l,t. ta* wife sb.li.'iit. t r wt: ;growr i.i i i.v.the VN* k. t &'t \ {:: -h.. ..:{.:rmitafitJns''p. '--" ," .. ":.. }'

    cir work for G ji All discouragement i Los Angf'fr 1 ?. Ca:. 'her hnsbaad.gaged -.51Jt", Ewers w3a e:1 : ,>':;': f .. ,
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    cec,-s from a lack of courage. when j Earth's Mast Balm ?.: to a lovely; giri ia the es
    t absorbed his whole !.art.i because (. : ." -i,
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    we are ; 'we are laeklns Honrtte i-->t s:ir--u ? + :- <: lObac.CQ Savored rev c'-ecr > : ;= .

    4". courage. Rev. A. E. Hoklerby 1 1Atlanta. e3.r.h. Tlx-re :: C-co !.tl" Trl: : -. At West Poirt cadets are tra-M is :;_ ". > ,,:. ... _' SCH-\S- : ch--s them: rvre ":- ;"\c-{> .:'Cind :--'. i 1 iA i

    i i la high standard .X hE>r and c : _.' .''._ ''' ,' 'I K-v .. g .. j
    ,.etudst Trv: r
    Ga. !| ruse erery h g r:3tl-c: of tlC >>cl ; ._".. .',' ;, ..' '. ft.=t a..v o C":'-,-' :"C'O .. : :
    Ewers whosvas ar.vr.able : -- "- : : ,;. :
    To E e Rerrsemkerei j and raise tbe th-% el'ts tie wits* of espeoially.dyh.mse' :):. ,,;, _'. ,.:' '.: :'1 : 1:3;. t.t C.O'9.' :: .;.-.h.A..t :t.a_. Ei :111 -- y;.;. :.'.' :.'" .. .' .' .
    to such + : ." .f berween every .
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    In crCer to be remembered you must fancy to the Lap; :et as-I tt of life, \ V / < ;f.t .i tS'g' ac:.--:' C'_ ;::: -':.;-< .:: Ic3eS \f ;:.: ::. ;
    two nrs*-h. .ir wtti .vt to > : .
    Un in others not for self. You must i' Madison C. Petrrs. Baptist, resj It" .. ''_ '.::" .. .". '. er"th.-. fa... ':. .-.J- ...,".-'-.,-C."' -" ..--r. .. t1erJ .- .-..: ... ,... ". :-..'
    a brother officer, chiralry in wandizi: : ,,. .. ,... : ; ... .. .
    Sew York. !:, ." .'. .
    :. ; u fTf&i personal cost or danger slay off a W'.?=an's ittrliL.St..! for [ '' ::-" .'7- ..' cr? irrur.* nor chewrrs .: ot' : :? i' i--ui.u-j Vf.: : : "*'-. .. :
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    : : 6OCe lion of evil that menaces the :| Dstnzneis of Rsftsion.i f.: .,*' '' : 1.-wld. :o ih? T-C-.I.-. on. :;- *'h3S's..'S'CIre v---; 0'x -. :'. -
    worlds ..
    i w yjid he injure Major Dowaiiag .. -
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    ; Zipcness of mankind.-Bishop William 1 Briigioa !ill5 a mf..r the betterment j \ -, ,;;:.'i'. -" .:' SCHNAPPS tora. .-_ v.5 :.-.: .,.,: :h ... :1:..-, .-r.11'1' V-.. ;.. ";fVV .
    : not for worlds! would he a : -
    ", put .- j .. *"trir i ,t- ...-... -,.. ,. ",..,._*/_? V'"j.* t"...- -"*. -
    Ft+;eC I'restfteriaa. St. Louis. of the world id naakiad and \I \ s ff.SV.. .> *.:_- O* ._.v-c w rH.C.*A ww*_.A_ .fcv -* -.10 w '. .*. ,
    "f i I sligit epos ;nor rlwnmg'sr..fi. -?_".,>:,-,;* .v-. >* f -- v'. tt. ff
    ; 0 Best Type ef Pstieszs i iOwsstirutk i demaacls of iis foltowers gentle jatienee I Mrs IR1'1rr'ag kept herself withia r.i>-\ --'. J* J"' >. S-5i". :. '--. w V." <

    t ; aal heroism is good but It | vim their fellows nth a hippyeontestsiest 1 bounds tl Lrr htssband was ordered *

    .' t'ws not sT _cd the with tie will of God. off With ; f; .I.t F WHAT YOUSH' AKE CHa JHG:
    stra a. A patience ] a p. na ?f the command to \a 3'\i U : t(1
    j Eev. C. O. Bossermaa L.1 l Harrisbcrg. -
    c.r fails at the hardest point is weak j .n 5gi t tie ladia,;. As soon as he was

    '.; 'C.thJ: ? short of the Christ j Fa joce the lady la..} w-2 siege t) Errors ,--.r 'L' ,lr:3 is ii Q cup c 3 n_ Ja..Q .de' aweeard.'I.. .

    tnoo of !*nt(' will: sufiee.-Rev. Rob-{1 f !i"t cani* to Ti>e honor fellow .a as r;;., .. ,. .' J ..".'t e-'JIl: '. to t"s" : n--a..<. .-.-..-. :0'1.-----" -l.U"" .',.".. : ',_ .- 'II.
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    .., ., en McDonald Baptist. Brooklyn.i j jThe i r.'" ...o.r... i.n..h'.......u"v" I., "._. _..i Fder TO take thtlalJ r of the ;' ':. ..'.<' -'. ..'. -. .' "'l sct:1'i: 3 lezee: ail C.iSSt of c..t'' ,: b_ lC= oeo ';:':' ''.. ;::.F.. : .,",

    ] ronteIl!:.i"tyf'r s v,i2e who work and ." < Cise t:3:j co tot fl..d a dew tbtrecl ::ea.eemberer '. .
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    mand aid tie .
    Littte 'This.linl. I "L-e go TO stpptortJtu of Ma '_._' : .' 1"- ...-.rr: { .
    1 '> to bec:1..s It 13 m. e ::cnJral .ar. .
    stand SI3:1 en(Me.] Fat isj'iraj Downing.r ...-Z .r .1 "t 2.t. !i1..e. pee. L '
    ire .- nvers: and little habits and a the way Ewers wssoblced '- and thtir mOle ;'s worth f ; *" '-,
    '. iV'V ieirer 1'3c..r 15c. plugs they get : \ *
    j ti n anl lr.are: :Le blre slyNear abiding -, _. ,-iV- $ <
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    to send hack a report of :n. f A .fff* ;.
    Lttie creature* and days of faith j c. the real sticiulatir.? Eavor so sp-c:3.t
    young lr .4 T? v-r snappy ii5 -r '.j-y
    f ni f. all aiike.-Eev. IT.ist. .
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    ? Live a sweetness and nearness about I j ..., omatlctn he bad gathered ss to tieIisdian "'Jc .., 1'-."** .:/; 1.;.::;. All initaltons contain Inch r'.or- aweeetir; : .:a ." .. :v--: .
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    them we do not feel for him or it who ]! h. "" out ''re'sk and sent with :r a J yeti S V; ,'-"*Y SCHNAPPS. They ar: that vay to hide poor tc'a.: o ir .*..'.--?:< .;.
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    ooves on in his of Fr-oklj- ;: ter to Mrs IV>'g. In it be took occasit 'J t .,. F'- ? ".lycu.-si t Co-
    way strength.Bee.Dr. i : \
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    A. IL Campbell Presbyterian St. i >n to talk v?ry plainly to her. tel ,_.. For ths rear who chews tobacco for tobacco's sake, there is no chew \w: '.
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    rig her frankly that he was eogaced tobe like SCHNAPPS.
    ht1kPrt1 :- a jjlr.rii] crs L'ii]"aess u'* : ,
    00 loved aad oa his return beipect :
    n. I j. r' t Sold at Sic. po'nd 14 P cz'ts. St.c.. and T:* pIgs.
    the LfJiTine. T Jis EUT. occ'i r agsia I 900Wd that : per *>w* A. **
    they meet merely
    Ti lives of fathers
    our were marked
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    ty prayer to God for direction and pro- j p- aay < as aequaiataac-es sad friends. The R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CCKPANY, wirstsa-Sale; H. C.
    j finite ns-aia. bat it is
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    1 sourier hoed tae report and theI'R'
    action. The lives of their children } .
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    nest be characterized by the same. Itheaven's I I ev.-rj ; letter was killed os the way. His body 4'.
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    IJtcI:3 i ry vas foci scalped but be had bees ,. -- --

    sympathy, heaven's as- j Manly Thing to 5e a Carktizn. i i plundered of ererrtbing More \t: G..O"STO i n T.
    r ;:ace, heaven's p :-Eer. W. j .
    .'. B. Johnson You say it is a weak this; to be a bore. '
    Baptist, Washington.Virtue TVs Cnwi c; ? -s-t-ts That Dazec ,
    Caristi? It is the manliest !
    thing | A few days later Errors joined Major
    !! this siof heaven: It is Tree YcrVomen.. ,
    not a sign ) rlan.j the major resolved: to .
    Virtues genuit '" are not acts I.! of weakness that & maD goes to ; attack the Indians Bet the Indians : vi:*.'.:. riiv-K-iu i-'z':" j jIt

    <'. U a tat a, bet forces in a nan. He church: it is a siza of a superior nature cam upon his before he was ready nresca'-l : _. .L-olTf? to view ::. : -

    &*5 not put them on; they work oat #I and of a better .!-Gypsy ;A bard fight followed, which resulted I di::: t;;' :;.:i'W.-'. ,i= !:,>"u.:: .- -.

    :: .' fMCJ within him A nan may tell tie Smith Eaglisit Evangelist.The m the Indians being driven off, and l lited T-y: a v.-.u:.z jy whose i.i .-. .
    troth, and yet the truth be Inlam. .
    may DOt
    ;1 Holy Eock.t rbe troops having turned the scale i her re'u:st.. :: -. : : <:d. the Ll :::- .
    A virtue is never ours until it
    ; down I t 1 I Tae H-'Iy S--ripure is at-t only your followed taem. burned their village and elr.r i'.-!"". .. -ister. ". i..t'
    : gees Into oar instincts. Rev. ,
    weal ea in tfse yf war, but also your achieved a peace. During the fight 4-
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    Prank Crane wi j> her &i tlie .:. _' wriLC >- ,
    Congregations Worces-
    cosi-aoioL ia tine of peace. It will Major Downing saw Ewers lying oahs '_" siSt. _
    : t :, Mass. : -i. : / > -
    !:| lead you into the most sacred and memorable back an Indian over him raising a :; .:'. .- I:r ". .-e tv .-. { J

    Its Cest Dtfer.se. ; scenes ever presented to tae i tomahawk to cleave his skull Sprins- : '.
    Tie best r. : < : : : -
    defense of Christianity is topractice '< cazc of ::.--Cardinal Gitt Ro- tug forward the major caught the r"e 1' .' f,', ,
    TMsr
    : it The surest way to silence j man Cstbolic.' BaltiiDore.j ; blow on his left arm aad shot the In- ." -' : Tb
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    ; I L' : : : a ekk

    ''. skepticism is not by an argument but j Po .r of Voicts.Deep dan witty hs revolver. Tee s.nr II t,_:. .', .:..-. f J
    by a man. The atheist who
    few spent a 1 dee[> into the bean go the broken indeed, it was so near:T ---- ;.:; U- I i c \
    days with the saintly Feneioa ered that for a time then TTO E.t --- .. "L I
    I .
    said "If I I voices of hcnaa life. and we caascarce : : ," ': .
    '. stay here a few days loiter of
    retrace the steps we cave wen saving it. .: .:. .. gj P tt.
    1 shall; become a Christian in of I -
    spite The force had 23 so-jner 'I'i.-e-I -: .
    air.z tfcr thway "f the -r. ', -
    <: rlLI.
    :' Rfv. i ytarsi t* : ULA -
    r Jueius B.
    &r, Lutheran New York. RemeBsay- ;i wish::hearing t." v,;.::H calling us earrlsca than one of tne WXL-: T '> < i -': i : ..:. ';. .. "e-I
    i hated Mrs Dctnunz and covrt-i I E
    hravtrn ;. Il-,. Elward I
    ;, t to snu t-< "I- : .: r u- -. -: rewiiC

    The Greatest and Crest T1IiB3i i}. W. JIusky.: PreslyTtr-.:.. S- Louis. ers went to tl- = .; : and -.-..: Ln : -:-.-: _" ie -:- -'- : '. -

    The greatest wt>rk that man can pu: that Jaris? Li uv": t- there La : :.Y.r. ", .
    I Home What We [Make It way .f "r. 1.- .-.! -"
    his hand to is tj build a cliuivb as at90fUL'te an affair betn-r i. Ers aai L.? Tv.fr .
    'r.= h.::t:'.. fdl.,"...;: : ?::. .x u--r. .- iz r>-- -_rr : L.: ..cMen.
    G. Tfc? same v-- ;:_- ;:: a ". *
    ; : to In erectlrLS Cal : f supp-r c .
    J Lahti. y.'_' *. .* pill! Tt ="-'"''** IT> tu y. = .:. i.i :-L.I.'re.-: .;rt -
    *Vi> 4* 4A/g- -J ** _
    temple he makes a declaration whichtvery celebrate tt- 1-T rv :he c--r.'j- ir
    I 1 +Tht'rr ;k've i- ever present i-y counsel !!? r>i':; .'vut. :;.'' '.- :. "' -. -
    will continue of ttt- postxc grsrjlaTDo: ..: z '.'"_
    stones to make ;
    ia gT' :.; >. :t a":: \-:-.!. <: -s.u: .. A SCENE
    y and advise ant to plan there is t'xi'blessing. > AT SILVER SPRINGS ON A HOT SUMMER'S DAY
    &!:d' be is dead, that there is a Godattd 1 his :: :'!-' ani rT'elae :'n ::
    th&re is of he'aTtn Sjtf ---c- : 10 ri.vu. > *_ ? gr.oa -
    that be is eternal and that his j! a part terms to bis: :'1':z.- SE's: to :::. : ::.. ,
    : which on earth men call home.-Rev. eirit-r :. : >t us a: l. ,0.:3 ttie
    1" urd is truth and life. The grandest i I of Lieutenant Ewers ut the expert .'ftnearly .
    Madison C. Peters Baptist New York ":,"r i?. The r-":..>i ,':4 i 1.w .
    : this? that man can do in the short I having 1--5T an !:. lH.wtLr '
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    dress-i fashkn.ijj! b.
    -i Jjae .b ,
    .: t?=K> of life that is allowed him here ito ; I Soersisn/ Principles. ; colored aad said that he did not regret
    bonnets and s awls and large :ounces
    joy honor to God to de'hlmSii.l There are two things which belong having saved a life, but he did regret i j

    vlnlly to God. to do what in him lies 0 to the church as sovereign p principle; i that that life could not have been other on-rhe their d.PeSSeSJ J} A. NGHT! E.ANNOUNCEMENT. ,AU
    was tall who
    Q.ry nma
    ty cake the knowledge.of God known I first a true gospel pastor who teaches | than Ewers. A bush came over the _
    UK-'k great strides though
    ; a=*:; mea and to stimulate them to the word in trUth and purity and giimfa.. assembly Ewers, who was present We perfectlymoonless. I
    I approached our ova
    Y .. ti praise.-.>'. Father David S. Phtktt. !! isters the buly sacraments according \: arose from his seat and left the room
    gate, where we should ors in. and j .
    Roman Catholic. St. Louis. I| to divine institutions; second, a faith-1 i The next morning he forwarded hl, I
    then we had a Ion; driveway to was:
    its congregation who will receive the :: resignation through his commanding of- I
    AH I Things Inherited.All j up before we could reach the ho".,e. t We have just purchased the wsgoa aaa Harness busmen. of Y.-n
    word as the word of God.-Rev. C. F. Scer.
    things are yours intellectually Lutheran. ; think that by the time we bad re1' ?;> I 5. A. Staidiey & Company, and propose u add to Uie stock of JIAM 'HL'l'fti"g
    Bergner Washington. Ewers his fiancee
    .wrote
    aa aceoaar
    Irvrature. science, philosophy, inveatK the gate all the figures had disa--}:: !- that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in eTery ntt off

    .:. 'a and discovery. The liberated Thins? That Survive.All of the affair which might have been ed except this one toll ma a. Ee had j j tie word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagoaa oe the iMI

    : C.'tgtt of the Christian has given to I: that is beautiful and true and accepted oocM it have reached her quite a different look; from any of the I I ket; also several cakes of B a ties. Besides these we handle A trait f.

    Cdr world all that is best in the intel- j good and wise in the world's past history without her n.ia having been previ- others-more horrible altogether. As i i! riety o* vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guirtot- -

    > 1tttl realm. Christianity has led the i j survives; every good thought of ; ousiy prejudiced. The woman who had we entered our gate to our intense rt"I I

    ;. < way in all these All things are yours j j the individual mind and noble promptIng j; informed Major Downing knew ofEwers' Iie#, he passed by along tbe road and I High Grade Buggies. Serviceable Carriages
    of the heart survives the friendships 't fiancee and wrote her an aaoayaous -
    the -
    sj'irirually- Bible. Divine Provide ; vanished. Of course we were all very .! Unexcelled
    the of life, though the objects of | l letter stating that her lover Wagons, Harness
    our
    < --e. gift of the holy Ghost The! j jj frighteaed. The maid and my sister .

    : spiritual lives of all ten in all ages I j, affection may be taken from us never- ;i! was flirting with one of the officers were erring aloud." j I i Lap Robes, Et:., Et:.

    cf the world are the heritage of the i theiess !rt'iw.ReStep1 l Fish '1 i wires. Thereforewhen Ewers' letter In a case like this, where the same Turpentine

    ., church. All things are yours in point Sherman. Episcopalian, St. Las- s. I i jected.Ewers'was receive-I. his explanation was re- spectral pfaenyiaeca are witnessed f.y 1; Wagons a Specialty.

    of time-the past with its history the! Opportunities; of Life resigaatioa was several persons tae value of the testimony 1 Ys are Always in Position to Meet toe Prices cf Legitimate C teNt.u*n. aWe
    and
    accepted
    present with its resources and opportunities TLe Gpperu-rit uf sit" .". un- b- I obviously is multiplied busdredfold. !
    j > i' he a -
    wear-no one knew where. Certainly are Sole! Agents for the celebrated White Hsckorv Turpentine
    the future with its hopes and i trosive kintn''ai. bow manifold they he for while one individual nmy
    ; was nzTer seen again ia the Ualti 'I
    prospects-all are yoars. In conclusion i !!. Every life is full of them There i ed States. His! f aacee relented and be a victim of s. iilacination. scan I' and Farm \\7 agoneKnight

    death is yours. To the Christian death| Is scarvely a day ur aa hilly ia which wished to commuaicate with bruit but illusion Call hardiy: lm shared by m2- ;

    :, b not an enemy but the messenger we list make bean What then is to be said in
    ofl j t.iay some happierley :i she could find no trace of him. answer t i

    test !urer Hie. the liberator of the a gracious word a sign of friend- Several years after the Indian outbreak such evidence. ::bed by deponents & Lang '

    -.-Kev. Sans It Hay. Methodist St.L I !linens, of
    a disposition to see the good! during whkh these events oc- ::i uaiiapeacEJiy character aid rv-- ,
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    us. i <: le r.adherish the t->;t rant jud- ccrred. Major Downing was made lien- awn for tr-jttfulaess? To sure .

    ;" r .. Controlling. Our Fu! nss. M i 32-::u:.-Dr.. Gladden Crag,eg.ti"nriit .' T&--n..nT. ._'"v.VCUUAUU I.-.n",1 .n' .l. ___ that--- r--..,' !--'Co .._!.,hi..?'._!,.. ;.n .h"."- .._. .>. .- "C'" t": ,r'tar.dJ:\ 4:': 1-

    '.' 'v sear vr ais v.na ror more \lth..Ul I f'fa---. of the post where his wife had ruined factor of a :It iJvsepb ..:.r"'l i: :-:. ,:a'i.Jc

    that wiiclJ brings US face to fact Reason For Good. I; M. K- ia
    'I :; EweN. One day a friendly Indian .ers Lit'1.nc'tts.Dipiomzcy. "

    Wit an uut! cant t x rit"D.l-e. Ii :I Mai deiuaads a reasoa r.r his g-v'd f chief sent to the post a number of articles

    would l e unreasvi able deep! lass than .
    task that ? not for his isvestrae'-ts. that had been taken from the '

    : saeh a thing shuuid not affect our feel- He wants to see the end 12 religion BO whites during a long ; ri':,d. Among '. "John." she said n--uce that a'- .. . ... ... ....+..?.N. .
    isgs, bat it is i not unreasonable to ask less than in business. He desires not ;I them was a bag of written documents most everybiy Is wearing *arrin's 11NN11111i

    that we should uuve at such iv be told tc t but now." .
    a time e god iaspiratkia tog j of different kinds. There were govern-i ,- x 0 '.'
    with great care. Every man knows I lJdn(. Do gxl because good lives. !j meat and army dispatches and private "Bat my dear" reoile-J; John ".f : .- ; .

    ten he is not at his best and. know- I and goodness i$ its own reward. Bear 1|: tetters. :;: they had such small and sic;!.lik ear- .. 'fJ "j1P df'A. .. THE I It

    , : irg, fhould school himself into the habit character because of what it does and j I I Major Downing examined them per. as yours they aonid:': c'l::er tLe= ; -- :. ---- .

    c of waiting until he calms down Ur I] Itfcaus* of what it is. Form friendships M j Ii i tonally and among the letters can cp that way." d :-_" .a1ff'J ..

    fore speaking or acting. No surgeon because of what in mutuality ;;: upon one address to his wife. She I. Thus did 'i:pjo'm3 "Y. at :least for :t- JL' tt.f.i'-- .. _i

    r woaJd perform an operation calling for they give and because of what they be- :j:i had partly convinced him that Ewers moment stsve off a contemplare-j: : t ; SMART rf i ii

    r great care if be had trembling of haad. tokt'n.11 partake of the great parent: had forced his attentions upon her, but I tooca.-PhiiadelpaiaA : L!. !

    r No engineer would go tutu his engine spirit.-Rejr. Stephen Fish. Sherman. !'there:i had always been some doubt b .

    t.. e to do inponaut duty if he had serious Episcopalian.: St. Louts.tiepfuress.. ;; his mind. After deliberating whether Sad Habit. i \ : -

    trouble with his eyes. Unfitted to do i! he should rive the letter to his wife or "No growi ;j Jigsby. "I don't !Eke = -. J\ SET

    his best, either would say "I cannot do Ia: the stress and rivalries of modem |i read it te decided oa the latter coursT ; that corn ;t all. I don't want !it." : { :

    this until I am in better coaditioa." |M He read what gays "Bat protested the [tailor i
    had written "the OIlY:
    . !lits nu duty is more apt to be '; "d i yL s. V

    It should be the same ia everyday than this to help every one his neigh- j; Downing coaplai; of her conduct trouble with it is that it's too larva fo: "'' :

    t" Jif. If things: have ;our vrroag In tie bor. and m say every one to his broth-;I and tell; her of his esjszezezt to volt I can alter it-make It scalier .. ....-'- = F. GIRL .

    <. oUiee, so that we cannot meet tie visitor aorther. f x yea" < .
    er. Be of g:>od dota=ge. And this oegkvt \ .
    in a r''eas;nt, ciaaly way, we : to oar neighl:.>r's hurt and nontj j Major Downing sect the letter to the "If you do that you'll cerely eoarsct .

    r[ sLoaM: ask hica to call at another tirse. the :1-ss to our own. For the bearin I i isif girl who was to have married Ewers. a bad habit that's alL*-Ph'lt 'HO 15 LOOKING FOR THE LATEST STYLES IN MILLINERY ..

    If the of the hosie j She niaie dephla Press.
    annoyances have a renewed desperate WILL FIND HER
    u!Lt'rs' burdens is the Iy eiortj 4 WANTS ANTICIPATED IN
    lien &uvh that when the j fzd tint but THE 1LJBGANT ; A
    child d. eswrnag wh-i! it was unsuccessful. LINE
    find WE
    , we our own lives. Forthereby I ARE NOW SHOWING. OUR
    we cannot administer correction i Ti.9 caj jr cever opened hi lips to hi Viglrs Tat: SPECIAL SUMMER
    r we are :leJ to higher i-VS: I SALE STARTS MONDAY '
    without show of wife with regard JUNE 24th AT WH.OH: TME! WE f
    a temper, we should and to flace oar happiness not ia firfr:: to the saner. H- Dg?Snith's wife is deaf and WILL MAKE

    either! defer the correction or let tie f ,nmi'. but in acts cf brotherly love i roll ued to :live with her as he would Js nb. F-zgs--Does she talk with htr 4 GREAT REDUCTIONS ON -H'St'K IVL': ': :

    wrong go uunotieed. We make a nis- And its rare froirage will be growth in I I have Uvei w-Ji a wax f g ,ire, he a ran r2rs? D!;; think sa Ssith : ING BABY CAPS FANCY RIBBONS. ETC .

    uke every time we act out feelings character strength in our own bout cf :!:ble. She ccntisnsd ter iiruliazs : hasi't a dozen hairs left Ia IiU teai s| t '

    = which do not repre.ct our be Woscfnj: roar >, f till she was w old and c.!y that j i Philadelphia IG mire:. | : MISS MARY AFFLECK i

    and dd others.Kev. the second JientenaisU I __ -
    soiuetiuies .
    injury to Fathw a'- '!i .-. .' wocld hide to | -nn-- t

    leant Utnter, FresblV':: U"1 cal tu":u'._Uev .: .., : ?.iac"_"_ --j. j pet out of heLIULLE What loneliness Is core lonely tha:: t. Ocala House Block, opposite Post cJtl t'tL\ t KI. \ s

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    Local and PersonalSara Miss Marar-t 3p-.lman: tur.lt-'d There was .jr"'-at activ-.ry Saturday :Miss Clara: Johnson Entertains for THE PERTH (AUSTRALIA SLN-
    IlfiflMAMiCONDITIOH
    home Saturday afternoon from Miami in the eier s office anu :n Adjutant i j Miss Frances Chambersi CAY TIMESAn D

    Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. where she spent several weeks very 'I E. T. Williams once, occasioned ; I!i| Fr. a,. afternoon from six ro seven of ,,,
    admirer he Oaia Bantu
    delightfully! as The guest of Miss Ma- i i 0W
    by a number veterans having i| o'clock. Miss Clara Johnson gavea
    I bel Godson. i I residing at Perth Western AU:; ;:L.L tl 1s
    II their applications for pensions pretty "at home" in honor of her : DC1.o
    The first term of the circuit court : I I has sent us a copy of the Perth ? .7. H.ylUtNoli

    !led in our new court house adjourned ,' Mr. Luffman of Oak was among the i! made out. Among others were thoseof guest Miss Frances Chambers of day Times, a sixteen-page pink n... v- E E

    visitors in Ocala Friday, and while in | Rev. B. I. Hull Messrs. George G. i Tampa. SA1T-SICI( pyT O
    Saturday. paper and its reading matter is -om- N UTTllmCftMANTJ n
    the city made us a call and entered Ross William E. McGahagm. L J. I About fifty girls called during >MN. SY r .
    j young .
    I : rNYt tq} TO et lOt u'r Ek! 10' o.l.
    I
    what well!! .
    the name of his wife. Mrs. Pennie ; I amusing as a? a Testing; "" "rDR :'IStASt 11 .T'k; r lINE_
    I Miss Myrtle Whitfieid has returned : Fort, Frank Caldwell and Frank | the hour to pay their compliments : aESwGL: PVEZtrtyDrEk'M MiMLI_ "t. fAr&100 tllC:pga
    t Luftman, on the subscription books of to those of us living on 'h:.- side ui ; IS NOT A FOOD '!\,- wii-*-rots OO C>
    I ./Tome from a visit to her aunt at Harris who all the hostess and her T
    : the Ocala Weekly Banner. were mem to popular young the globe. '.ClotIf 1 TAl| 4X3 SAVE 0131 "NMAIS"
    Cordele. Ga. :' I MICE 25 CIMTS.'uu
    bers of the First Florida Reservesand guest. | 'CAAUS"&UTAIL: 7Yl'GGISTS' lrLFP.CTUAtD! av
    i For instance it has of
    ': an ac rant
    Mr. James M. Barco of Cotton I I Miss Margaret Taylor, Miss Nellie were commanded by Col. J. J. The tea was a pink and white affair : ACKERMAH& 5TrNART.p'tl
    the of sailor >
    lad
    i I arrest a wno : t this
    Plant was in Ocala Friday on his way I Stevens and Miss May Turnley of :' DanieL Mrs. A. E. Waterman Mrs. these colors being cleverly introduced i i
    home from Tampa. this city, and Miss Georgia Borger of i ship after reaching that city.
    F. N. Foy and Mrs. A. B. Brumby in all the decorations the refreshments -
    : Lake City, all of whom are teachers III j I The account given of the arrest ;
    i widows of Confederate veterans also I and the costumes. Miss Death of Mrs. George H. Smoak
    in the Ocala High School, have gone I ,
    Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs. T. B. I trial and imprisonment of this sailor :
    Snyder and children have gone to I I to Knoxville. Tenn.. to attend the :! made applications Saturday for pen Johnson was dressed in pink and the would strike Governor Broward for I Word was received :n Ocala Saturday -

    summer normal school in that city. !' sions. J of the death: of Mrs. George H.
    Kentucky to spend the summer. I honor guest wore a pretty white lingerie
    !; instance with amazement at the latitude -I
    I Smoak, at her home S.
    at Hamburg
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    , dress. They received their j
    I of High We had a pleasant visit Saturday given the in that '
    Colcock Bailey
    Thomas
    Mr. press
    Mrs. W. S. Bullock and two sons i iI C., her death being caused by con.
    have Wekiva I Springs was in Ocala Saturday to see afternoon from Mr. H. M. Taylor of I guests in the parlor. The hostess'mother I II | Speaking of the justices country'j'
    gone to Springs to I sumption. The deceased was :a sisterof
    his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bai Madison a former citizen of this city, Mrs. T. H. Johnson. was assisted !
    spend several weeks. I I I says: "The recital of the prisoner'swrongs I
    I II ley. He left Monday for Levy S. and although having been a citizen of I in looking after her daughter's'I Mrs. J. L. Smcak and Mrs. Connor

    C., where on the seventh of July he I Madison for a dozen or more years I guests by Mrs. H. M. Hampton Mrs. j was only half listened to by Smoak of this city, who have the
    ilrs. A. E. Owens and her
    two pret
    will be married to Miss Mary Adalyn :, he has never lost his interest in nor Walter Hood and Misses Rhoda Ltd- the bench and was accompanied by sympathy of their friends in their be-
    ty daughters have gone to Lake Weirto I
    spend the summer. I Hubbard. His Ocala friends wish : love for Ocala. Until last DecemberMr. don. Jessielu Martin and Marguerite I II j peals of laughter from those in court. reavement. Mrs J. L. Smoak waa

    him great happiness. I Taylor was one of the prominent I I Porter, while in the living rooms Then the intelligent bench actually with her sister at the time of her

    I merchants of thata city. At that I I Misses Louise Harris and Margaret death about
    having gone to Bamburg
    Mrs. Robert T. Adams will spend asked Yabo. the prisoner if he had
    I Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Leavengood and time he lost his store by fire. The:I Walters served delightful punch. two months ago. -

    old the home summer in Iowa.with her parents at her son Hansell. Miss Gertrude Kaiser i loss was total and since losing his I I The entire home was prettily arranged I anything to say regarding the charge. a

    and Mr. Luekie formed a jolly par store he has become a tobacco planter -i I with palms and ferns and The fact that he was doing his very' The interstate commerce commis- -

    J' Mr. Ellie Pinder of Ocala spent ty that went down to Lake Weir Sat :i introducing the cultivation of:I many pink roses were used in the different \ best to explain his true position never I sion will investigate the chaises

    urday afternoon to remain over Sunday I I Sweet music the seemed to have entered the head
    by
    'Sunday with friends in Dunnellon. this popular and valuable leaf in that rooms. I II brought by a Philadelphia shippingfirm
    enjoying the pleasures of that which hidden from of Fuddler Fairbairn and his associ
    Dunnellon Advocate.Mr. county. and laying the foundation for string band was that the HamburgAmericanPacket
    I
    I resort.In i I what it is hoped will eventually be view on the stairs, was heard all during I ates. Yabo then requested that the Company has built up a complete -

    and Mrs. Oscar Tignor and I i i come a source of great wealth. His i I I the tea. and added greatly to the bo'sun and another sailor be called' monopoly of eastbound trafficoriginating

    baby have gone away to spend some the case of the Northern and son. Mr. Will Taylor well known in pleasure of the party. on his behalf. Another reasonable in Chicago and is maintaining 1
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    - -Dr-. time with friends and relatives at !: Southern Lumber Company vs. Hall this city is a merchant at Madison, I In"rhe dining room Misses Lurline request which the noodle heads of a monopoly in restraint of

    and Pope for breach of contract .I the bench refused. The action of the
    different places.Mr. I and has a fine haberdashery. Mr. Bridges. Ollie Hooper. Gladys Martin. trade.

    which was tried Friday and Saturday: Taylor was accompanied by his wife. Lucile Atkisson and Mary Phillips f police in arresting a man for no I

    and Mrs. Kenneth McPhersonof in the circuit court the jury returneda i and they returned to Madison Wed- I served the refreshments., which included crime who had a right to be at large. Men our illustrated catalogue explains

    Mulberry are the guests of the lat verdict in favor of the Northern : nesday. Mrs. C. E. Ball and children I II I pink and white brick cream i i iI' is, actually brutal and tyrannous, and how we teach barber trade In

    ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Sey and Southern Lumber Company for I went home with them and will spend I'pink and white cake and pink and I as for Flogger Fairbairn. that exponent few weeks, mailed free. Moler: Bar-

    mour. over $8000.Miss some time in that city the guests of, white mints. The serving table was of senile savagery the tolerance ber College Atlanta, Ga. 623t

    Mr. and Mrs. Tayor. I prettily arranged with a large vase I )f such a quavering old relic on the

    Mr.,1fII J. J. Williams of Homosassaand Alice Bullock who has been I of pink roses on a reflector in the : bench is an insult to the intelligence Fine Brood Mares.

    Dr. Horace Reeves of Invernesswere the guest of her cousin. Miss Lillian Ex-Governor William S. Jennings I center and draped from the chandel-I of the community a danger to liberty

    conspicuous among our visitorson Wright in Macon, Ga.. for the past passed through Ocala Friday after-,1 iHS to the four corners were pink I and a scandal of the worst descrip We have just gotten in a car load j

    three weeks has gone to White tion. The merciless old incapable of the finest brood ever broughtto
    Friday. noon on his way to Brooksville, and streamers each corner being finished mares

    Springs to visit her uncle, Mr.: Bur stopped over between trains. having II with a bunch of pink roses. i I :should; have been retired from the : the state and to see them is to admire -

    Mrs. A. J. Leavengood went down ton Bullock. She was accompanied come in on the Seaboard .and goingout : Miss Johnson's tea was a thoroughly i bench years ago and he should not them. We will sell them at

    to that place by Miss Wright and the be allowed ro disgrace it a nay longer very reasonable prices. Come and and
    to her summer home at Stanton, on 'I on the Atlantic Coast Line. During delightful affair and was very I II

    \. lie Weir Friday afternoon to latter's two small brothers.Mr. his several hours' stay in this city I greatly enjoyed by her i"r.A ...._'.-1 ." .1 look MARION them over FARMS at STABLES

    i beBd: some time. many of our citizens paid him their lor guests.A If any newspaper in Florida were x x Ocala Fla

    r _______ ___ Ernest Hodge, an employe oi respects and he engaged very freely to impose upon the licenceriven it i I

    Mr. George Simpson of Stanton. this office, and a member of the in conversation. He says that the index I Bunch of Criminals Rounded Up I to such an extent as this newspaper;

    son of the late J. F. Simpson was in I Ocala Rifles is back from the Jamse- fingers point to the re-nomination I Deputy Sheriffs Hutson and Brig- in Australia has done it win in ai! ;;

    Ocala Friday. He is now visiting the I town Exposition, and has all kinds oi: | of Mr. Bryan for the presidency and : ance. accompanied by Deputy Sheriff probability tail! forth an nditraant! Argo

    Fellowship neighborhood.Mrs. i experiences to relate. This was his i', the party will be united in I9 t8 more I Edwards of Trilby, Hernando county. I special messasr'1 from (;mT';