The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00437
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',' 44444...4..$44.444.,4444.........+44.44+..44..4 I Oranges

l' .. .. : Camller Fla., July 7, 154'.. WE ARE ALWAYS READY

i 1 the Editor Ocala Banner:
L :t :: I see in your paper of July 5 a TO CO-OPERATE WITH THE MAX WHO THOROUGHLY !

J. .. .. i ort item from one, Ed Page, stating UNDERSTANDS HIS BUSINESS, AND IS EARNESTLY

XYAJL'Sfflf iiH j i two-thirds of the oranges used in WORKING TO BUILD IT UP ON RIGHT PRINCIPLES. WE


'' it plain! from tne start, Mr. Page : WITH SMALL BUSINESS.MUNROE .

; : : IVl tt yi 4 I I a falsifier' and mere is no truth in I

I or else he is an ignoramus from ;
..' .. J back. I & CM AM: BLISS, I

*w 50 Cents a Bottle i i i I came from Michigan eleven years BANKERS '

and for the last two seasons have

i T i AT THE e* *u :;: in the orange business at Fitz OCALA, FLORIDA --J

i i Ga. I handled the Florida or 1 u
I Ii I and captured the trade. The i
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I oranges were no opposi

f t PostoffiCB Drug Store. u H! ,.I i| to me.with A the small Florida No. 2 orange orange !I W. A. KNIGHT- L.. E. LANQL.

t j was not .handled by the trade! ANNOUNCEMENT.
i .

r. i: : Prescriptions Prepared Property: :* 1 i I I when oranges we failed from to Florida.I get the. fine II ., ;

: think Mr. Page must be from We bare just purchased the \\ a gon and Harness business of Messrs.
04 j I He makes think of S. A. Standley & Company, and! propose to add to the stock of goods every.
""'+.4.4...N.+444.41.+.."..++........+4. J I me thing that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of

..................44.4444.4.4..4.....+44.4... 4 i I old fellow from Kentucky who the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the mar

I that Kentucky has the prettiest I ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety -
-- I the best whiskey, the fastest of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee.
.......................... Mrs. B. Goldman and children have in the world.I I

gone to Georgia and Soutb Carolina to am at present settled at Candler, High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages,

BIGGEST LINE spend the summer. for a home. I expect others Unexcelled Wagons, Harness,

the North to come next fall. Robes Etc. Etc.
Lap ,
is a fine locality and the people'
Miss Mamie Martin has gone to Alabama **
OF look healthy. M. T. KEOLY. Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.
to spend the summer with her
We are Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate Competition
sister and other relatives. Luther Stafford to Wed Miss Bessie
We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine -
:Misses:\ Irma Blake and Gladys Mar- and Farm Wagon. .
k'1WIllSJ : Monday's Daily:
tin have gone to Georgia to spend several
Mr. Luther D. Stafford of this coun-

11 : FOR weeks with relatives.Mr. and Miss Bessie M. Himes of Bash- Knight & Lang

Charles W. White of New York will be married tonight at the ,

of the bride's parents, Mr. and (Successors Rtandlev and Co.)

LADIES! ( AND GENTLEMAN( [ City City and is spending at Citra a on few business.Mr. days. in this Willaim Himes. 1:

I The ceremony will be performed by
I Mr. North of Coleman and will Pardee-Small I tor who, in his practice, prescribes alcoholic -
L. F. Ballard returned home
yesterday from Wekiva Springs witnessed by the immediate Married, at Everett, Washington, I II stimulants and again starts
I the reformed drunkard on the down-
and relatives of Mr. Stafford ,
where he spent a few days very on Sunday June 30, at 4:30: p. m., at.
Miss Himes, and their friends are ward course, or cultivates the tastein
pleasantly.Mr. the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. I
1'A. forward with pleasureable in- i him who has been an abstainer, is

C I to their marriage.Miss M. G. Small Mr. James Bert Pardee, not worthy the name of a Christian
Clifford L. Ayer came down
Himes is a charming and at and Miss :Medora Small, Rev. Randall citizen. The minister of he gospel
from McIntosh Sunday for a brief visit -
young lady and is a well pastor of the First Baptist who hrough fear of his people, fails
with his lIe returned
THE JEWELER. parents. school teacher. Last term church, officiating. It was a quiet to speak the truth boldly and plainly
home afternoon.Mrs.
I taught in the Belleview school. home wedding, only the most inti- is not worthy the name of a Christian
.4...4................. citizen. The who will
the layman
Mr. Stafford is a well known young mate friends of family being
J. C. Smith and little sou of
a few miles north of town and present. The attendants uereIr.:: vote as he prays, when our countryand
Belfast, Ga., are the guests of Mrs.Smith's .
-- -i friends and acquaintances Herbert Harrison Small and Miss government are at stake, is not
mother and sister, Mrs. R. L. many
Local and Personal McClure and Miss Josie McClure.Mr. this city. lie is temporarily living Edith Allen of Everett. The bride's worthy to be classed with our Chris-

Fivay in Hernando county, and he dress was white embroidered mull,, tian citizenship.The .

Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. Royal Cole has returned from a his wife will reside there for the and she carried white roses. Her go- League aims to be helpful to t
"'. I all who attend its services. An invitation
ing away gown was of blue crocked
'' visit to his wife and baby at Pablo
i Beach. During his absence his placein The Ocala Banner showers the taffeta, with hat and gloves en suit. is extended to all to be pros:4
Mrs. Joseph Shuford last
j spent left the 5:30 Great Northernfor ent whenever possible.
the bank was filled by Mr. George and groom with congratulations They on
week with friends at Anthony
i Vancouver and other
H. Ford. good wishes. a trip to
points for an indefinite stay.
Miss Lillian Farris left Tuesday fora
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Martin left McKinnon-Lester The bride is a charming and highly Mr. Hampton Brinson of Oxfordwas E
trip to the Jamestown Exposition.Mr. .
Monday afternoon for Asheville, N. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lee McCall ofIonticello l accomplished young lady, and has in Ocala Tuesday. lIe was returning -

C., where they will spend the .sum- I have issued invitations to many friends in this city, where she home from the Fort McCoy"-"
and Mrs. George Close and 1
mer months with their daughter, Mrs. marriage of their daughter, Miss at one time resided. neighborhood, where he attended the
children are visiting relatives in '
Howard Monroe.Mr. Mae Lester, to Mr. James Walk- The groom up to a short time ago birthday celebration of his father,

Tampa. ::\ which will take place was one of Lake City's most prominent Mr. J. L. Brinson, who was 87 yearsof

Miss Fannie Clark is spending this Charlie Woodrow of Scotland, high noon on Wednesday, the 24th and progressive young businessmen. age on Sunday. His birthday was

*\ who has been spending several July, at the Methodist church in He disposed of his interests celebrated with a big dinner, whichis
w<| with her sister, Mrs. Souter at
S.pillr. months in Ocala with his: brother, Mr. city. Miss Lester is one of the here to go into some line in the given annually, and several of Mr.

David S. Woodrow, left Sunday for charming young girls in middle Northwest-Lake City Index. Brinson's sons daughters, grandchildren -

Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood spent New York, en route home. and a couple of years ago Mr. Pardee formerly lived in this friends and neighbors were pres-

i c Sunday with Mrs. Hood's relatives taught school in this county and city. ent to help him enjoy the day. Tbo

near Dunnellon. Mrs. M. J. Juhan and daughter,I many friends here, who will be aged gentleman carries his years well
:- Miss Mary Juhan, left :Monday for in learning of her ap The Epworth League and is quite active and hearty. Ills

firs Charles L. Moore is spendingthe Atlanta. Ga., where they will spend' marriage. The Epworth League held a most, birthday celebration is looked for-

summer with relatives at her old the summer with relatives. They interesting service Sunday afternoonat ward to with much pleasure every
home in Missouri.Mrs. will probably remain in Georgia all of Mayor Schmitz Sentenced to Five 4 o'clock. The meeting was led by : year by his friends, who hope that
next winter. Years in the Penitentiary. I he will live many years yet.
Myrtle Leslie a trained nurse :Mayor Eugene E. Schmitz, of San M. M. Little and opened by singing
wife of the editor convicted of extortion, has "Trust and Obey, followed with
in this: city, is at Micanopy on professional Mrs. A. P. Jordan, Mr. Louis Toffaletti has purchased
business. of the Punta Gorda Herald, died sentenced to five years in the prayer by Rev. R. V. Atkisson, andresponsi"e the old club house and will immediately -
of lesson, Ro-
at her home in that city Sunday morn- ntiary. The sentence followed reading begin tearing it down. lIe will

Miss Clara Moore returned to Jack ing. The entire press of the state recent conviction of Schmitz for mans 13:1, 7. Prayer by G. L. Tay- use the brick and other material for

sonville Sunday, after spending a few deeply sympathize with Editor Jordanin of $1.175 from French res lor. The subject of the lesson was: the store that he will erect on Magnolia -

days in Ocala. his great bereavement.Miss keepers of San Francisco. "Public Affairs a Divine Trust"After street. This building is one of
singing Bible references otf
our landmarks and the structure will
: Gladys Farris came up Monday Policeman Edward Conrad was the life of Daniel were read by sev- be missed from its accustomed place
state inspectorof
Mr. John T. Lewis
morning from her home at Inglis fatally injured in. a race riot eral members and explanatory remarks It has been recently used as the Marion
c prominent
'\Viets. was among our
Moray visitors.Mr. for a brief stay with her sister :Mrs. occurred in Upper New York. were made by the leader. The county court house, but since

; Cecil Bryant. She left Tuesday for were made to kill other poicemen. subject was then thrown open for the new building has been completedhas

Jacksonville to visit her brother, Mr. \ } Scores of negroes were se: i general discussion. been unoccupied.
R. L. Martin came up yesterdayfrom "What
I In to the questions,
I. L. Farris. clubbed: and five arrests were
his regular Sunday visit to Mrs. should be done to make good citizens
I '' '' ,le.k : \ I Mr. B. L. Easterling and Mr. J. :51.
Martin at Weir Park. of our men?" the following) .
Mr. A..J. Wilson of Kentucky whois young
Easterling of Blackville, S. C., were
Messrs. P. R. Lester and J. W. Cros- now makins: his home in Ocala points! were brought out: Educate I prominent arrivals at the Ocala

by came home yesterday from South with his daughter, Mr*. E. L. carnl'y.1 J """"""' -=-\f'cI'III !/.B."""' """",," "= thi-m to lead clean, moral lives. Lead House Tuesday. These gentlemenare
North Carolina *h, to be Christians in the true
Kentucky and 'in
has to i
Florida for a short visit. gone well known cantaloupe and me'on
for the summer. He will return ] -fiist, of the word. A good Christian',

in the fall. w.l;\ he a good citizen. Educate them' growers....
Miss Hudgens of Gainesville has to Ocala early } .

been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. L. J. SHOES I TO pay their taxes and to vote always Judge C. F. Venable of Center f:! i t,
I ih" siii> of right. Induce them to .
F in
Strachn and George .
t Knight, for the past few days. Messrs. was among the well known men :
Armstrong of Savannah spent Tu.'>- i:--ana themselves together for the ing in Ocala Tuesday.
( ,..' of putting good, clean strong
the of the or- i.-Mp't
Mrs.:: Paul and Miss Lora day in Ocala guests
Wiggins I ) .,f e,.,41" ..' #'t,;. Q.., (
: offices. Teach them
.a; all; public
i Douglass represented the Shady sec mer's brother-in-law, Mr. Clarence !.i r. Mr. C. V. Roberts will spend ''"

tion in Ocala Sunday and Monday. Camp. They are in this section fora to \uua clean ticket, one that they balance of the week with his faia,y

few days looking after their phosphate : kt3 I Ii W.1, ; : not be ashamed for anyone to at Salt Springs.Mrs. .

ralrs.::\ Blanchard and daughter Miss interests.Mr. ::1 \ : rc>ail Th*! future of our country and

Amy Blanchard, returned home Monday II I I: Stylo ''of or.r: ;\ernment depeuu upon the C. S. Sanders has gone to her

afternoon from a visit with Frank Harris went over to Sea < i! rote of o'it young men. .. home at Opelika, Ala., where she will
friends in Jacksonville.Mrs. breeze Monday to spend a few days i i ) Comfort A-ions;: other good thoughts were spend the summer with relatives.Mrs. .

with his family, who are summeringat I Durability I ; tie following;! : Get the young men of I

W. B. Powell and daughter the beach. He was accompaniedby I I our! town interested in the fight A. P. Gilmore and children are

Mane, of St. Petersburg, are thegu4s his daughter, Mrs. W. H. Powers i il ": PRJCE3! THAT PLEASE I asait.-r iniquity, and it will be hast- I visiting relatives at Bronson.

v her little son and nurse who will ; iy: i nanUhed from our midst. If our
and I I
of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carroll. I For Sale-Dr, Marean's Liver Pills
the beach until the first of airlwould: demand the same purity
remain at
Irs.\Po\\'eU is the wife of the editor I ) (:, 01 1 Lie in our young men that the made from Dr, ilarean's private formula *
: of the St. Petersburg Independent. August.Mr. men demand of them, theworld I ; have been tested for twenty-
R. B. Ervin of Hlgley. for forty The Marion Shoe Co.tJ II !! would be a thousand fold bettor five years; purely vegetable. Sent
: Savannah, $6; Columbia. $3 II wbo postpaid on receipt o! price. 23 cts. a
years a subscriber to this paper. is: M. Mefftn D. B. Mayo) today. The lawyer throughsome
The Seaboard Air Line Railwaywill his old home in technicality in law, clears a box. Address
visit to :
... Mrs. Beatrice Marean,
run an excursion the will spend the common criminal, and turns him
on night South Carolina, and OCALA FLORIDA.
i ( 1C East Belmont St.
his first visit to > : loose again in a community. to con-
# train of It is
< July ith: ; tickets: good returning summer there. Pensacola, Flac ,
e- on any train up to July 31 inclusive. his old home place in twentysevenyears. '''-cO. m-'t..A.au A .b. A......- -N i itinue in crime, is not worthy the
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s REDDICK MENTIONS till house, when immediately I the NEWS ITEMS FROM CITRATo day now, but the showers are appreciated MARTEL JOTTINGS ed a new buggy and one a set of

t waiters, :\1 r. Floyd Keeney and Miss as the weather is so warm. dishes. Look out, girls! they must be

:: Special (\ir. Ocala !Haniii-r: Jessie (Jralum, followed by Mr. Otto the editor Ocaal Banner: ; Mr. J. A. Freeman and family, his Special Cor. Ocala Banner: expecting to make a change in life.

.w. Stnco tIll rush of the vegrUbU- sea Jones and Miss MaggieI'o"lard, The children's day services at the I sister his sister's daughter and 'j The past week was accompanied Mr. Avner Hicks has just returned

-r { aon i id over our village lias been very I took positions in the center of the I :Methodist church Sunday June :20, five children spent the Fourth at Shady I with daily showers which were refreshing from a short visit to Georgia.

i: quiet. Tho lhlwa.i whoa MimHhiiiK I room, leaving the opening in the I were well attended and quite a Grove, where there was a family and filled the ponds to furnish Preaching services here next Sunday -

1 ;:.. :.. sensational was of almost dally orciirnwc I .semi-circle llllod at once bv the pleasant feature. I reunion. There were thirty relatives I l water for stock on the range and the 14th. Everyone is cordially

i hut that time is (riser! and groom aii'l bride Htn-t. The mu.sio I Mrs. John W. Hagin, assisted by I present. There would have been pastures. invited to attend.

i! tlio ii'imlatlon that KcnMick\ once had ceasing ntJ. G. Graham rose and her sister very pleasantly entertained near forty if all could have been Henry Bates, who was confined to We had quite a rain fall here Monday

if.. of being tho "toiifthost: town in the united the couple in the bonds of tbe ladies' Fai.cyVe, K ;in!> TJurs there, but business prevented, which his bed for a month with typhoid fever afternoon.

\t k. staler cIlnKH to her n) longer Ono matrimony according to the beautiful day afternoon. Miss Louise Borlandand was very much regretted by all. Mr.J. is convalescing, and is able to sit D. R. Mixson was a business callerat

'. will have to travel far to find I a nwro ritual of the Methodist church. Congratulations :Miss Tracy Oyer contributed to A. Freeman and family were ac- up some. All cases at Martel are out Fairfield last Thursday.

,I ** quiet, elUl and law abiding oomnui- followed and later sup the pleasures of the evening by a few I t companied by Mr. Hilton. of bed and doing nicely. ... llr. M. J. Mixson picked two melons -

: nlty. 111t.r. with the bride's: cake cut for the vocal selections by Miss Boralnd and I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hopkins made a Miss Jane Gilbert of Wekiva from one vine Sunday that weighed

VI'I, Wo doubt If then is another neigh ring, thimble and dime; the ring indicating an humorous reading by Miss Oyer. 1 business trip to the Brick City Wed Springs visiting relatives at Mane 45 Iand 46 Ibs. respectively

j" tn>rhooil! in tho state where as large next to marry, the thimble The club meets with Mrs. It. C. nesday.: and Cotton Plant. Several are speaking of taking Jn

'. of tbw I the old maid, and the dime the one Douglass. Thursday, 4. .
a proportion people are mem- July
Mrs. Camilla Uzzle and daughter. Some of our farmers pulled fodder the excursion to South Carolina next
hers of sumo church. We have uollotd to become wealth'.. Tbe groom and Mrs. John Wyckoff and children
Mrs. W. II. Hughes[ and children who i j between showers the past week, and I week. LIMBER JACK.

during revival meetinxs. when groomsmen were arrayed in conventional leave this week for Savannah, Ga., have spent the past ten days with others are gathering fodder this week. I

Iho flwirrhesver fairly well\ filled black : the bride and bridesmaids I where they will spend a while with latives at Belleview and re-I, Most of the young people of Mattel CANDLER

that not more than half a dozen wen all in white silk. Mrs. WyekofTs mother.
Grove, left Wednesday noon for their met a crowd of people from Holder
were "sinners." or, rather, not Mr. I:ham Knight and family, former Miss By'rdeCartmann left for the I
home ,
Waycross I and Dunnellon at Juliet on the 4th, Speciail Cor. Ocala Banner:
lncml+ *>r of homo church. True, you residents, are returning to their North Tuesday, where she will combine Mr. J. A. Freeman had not seen his where a sumptious picnic was enjoyed -
wouldn't take homo of us to lw real nrstIt'thy moving Anthony.. study with pleasure.Mrs. After the long and severe dry spell
sister in
t.h. over twenty years. was by all present and all had a pleas-
:Mr. Will Hamilton is adding I.we are now having fine refreshing
lively: church members bat then some Driver went down to Invernessto glad to see her, but he found her ant time. I
more rooms to his home, which adds the rains. More than mIl of our wells '
theio are some black bheep in every attend wedding of her sister greatly changed and she found him Mesdames Veal, Smith and Ausley
hock greatly to comfort and attractiveness. Miss Lillian Stevenson, to Mr. Ed- are dry, but if these rains continueto
the same. Their visit was greatly enjoyed i j! attended a neighborhood picnic atSmith's .
Mrs. Gorham and her neither Mrs. Uov. W. .\. Weir, pastor of the wards of Holder, Fla. by all. and we trust they willcoml' I Park Cotton Plant July 4th come they will soon have plentyof

'1'. J. Davidson, left on Tuesday fortho :Methodist church hl'npn'lu'ht'd a I Mr. Allison Wartmann has gone to water again.J. .
in the future.
I again near I when all who attended had an excellent -
ringing sermon Sunday against the Y. McKinney if about done ship-
Jamosto\\n I'xp Kition.: and from Savannah. Evidently that city holtts
On the nigbt of the Fourth some of time. These annual neighborhood -
hero tl Ny: will KO to Illinois to visit proposed saloon at this place, showing some special attraction for Allison.Mr. the ping his crop of watermelons. They
:young people around thought they I reunions unite the people, more
the evils, of the same, and the divine of were very successfully grown and
lelallves. Mrs. (;llrht1lhas boon the Russell formerly the East I
would surprise Miss Maude Duser by closely in the bonds of love and affection
clllclcnt postmistress here for severaljears. condemnation against any one Coast, but now of Jacksonville was a !I sold at a very. satisfactory price.
having a storm party on her, but she .
engaging in such business. guest of Judge Oyer last week. Mrs. Belle Holtzclaw will leave on
... caught on to it, and was not very Clark Ray..Johnson & Co., have
Mr. l:. D. Kou is in Jacksonvillethis I am -.iblo this week to place before Mrs. Carswell has returned from a Tuesday next for the North where
much surprised but a nice time was completed the grading of the railroad
wool on business.Mr. your readers an npl'roxlmatostlmato visit to II omt.'rv lIlt', Ga., and other she expects to spend the summer
enjoyed by all anyway, and they staid seven miles south and are now plan
: C. 1. imtinger, the editor of of truck shipped from hero from April points.Mr. and fall and will return about November
I until a late hour when said. the
they ing crossties and railing in position
ono of tho two best county papers In ID to the present time. Including 101 and Mrs. Stewart Ramey left I 1..
good night and all went home after and will soon be operating their
I'lorlda, called \by to see his host of refrigerator cars of cantaloupes and for Mr. Ramey's old homo in Woodstock The melon-cholic days are 'l'O !
spending enjoyable it.
ty'.i a most evening.The cars on
old friends as he returned from tho 28 of beans, with express packages, i Va., Thursday where they will colored people here enjoyed abtrbt"l'ue the saddest of the year.

Woodmen's picnic at Fairtield last aggregate about 70,000 crates of cantaloupes 'spend the summer months "
on the Fourth, and were
week.: .It does us all good to have 10,300: Crlltor beans and Mrs. Mlckler and baby are visiting I
quite peaceable but on the 5th theyhad
him ,'Ollltm'uUlttl occasionally and 3500 of okra, tomatoes, (etc with 140 relatives in DeLand. 0I
e a shooting scrape resulting in
Special correspondence Ocala Banner 1Cln.t
"Jolly" ns. Ills pleasant countenanceitnd cars of watermelons. The returns to Mrs. Blake and two children of the
the death of one and another's arm I
cheerful disposition causes us to growers have been variously estimated Brick City have been the guests of The rain has ceased and some of ,
s broken. He is in the hospital at
wish we could t always feel good just I from jSO.OOO to 123.000 for this Mrs. E. L. Wartmann recently.Mrs. Ocala. our farmers are busy pulling fodder I!

llko IHUInger does, I vear'a labors. The telegraph: business S. S. Harris is now visitingthe Miss Pauline Ellison of Santos I Miss Bessie Rhoden is visiting Mrs j i I. 6MONTHSI

Tho fourth of July passed on quietly during this period amounted to family of John Harris in Valdosta. spent several days here visiting Miss C. C. Smook, of Dunnellon, for a few j I !

with no mishaps-' except a few old about $2000. Ga. I Maude Duser.EVINSTON I days. i:

fashioned drunks which Use parties Miss Bessie Gregg, who has been I Mr. R. C. Chitty paid a short visit : itaIeproaPf1osiery'

pay was due to drinking cider. There ORANGE SPRINGS. spending a few weeks with her sis to his sister, Mrs. C. C. Smock: at :
r has been considerable t1ahtllt\ the ter. Mrs. Hagin. has left for points INTOSHMr. Dunnellon last week. I All the popular colors.
quality of <'ld'r1.1 here. They do Special correspondence Ocala Banner ]: in the North. Several of the boys met at the bachelor's I gI FOK MEN: Egyptian
I i ,.g k Cotton (medium or
ray that a quart of it is as good for a The "glorious fourth' has passed I and Mrs. P. K. Richardson I hall last Saturday night and en- I \light weight Sold

drunk ns a dime is for a ginger cake, without any casualities here. FAIRFIELD NEWS ITEMS joyed a pllleau. J in boxes. oj six pairi
I for$2 00.
visited Tacoma last
:1t\lllt is claimed that a number\ speak Nearly all of the young people anda I Saturday. Messrs. M. J. Mixsoa and J. C. I FOil LADIES: Egyptian Cotton: six

from eperlenee.'e d,> not want to I few of the elders as chaperons from Special Ror. Ocala Banner: Mr. John Wolfenden and family ; Smook made a business trip to the I I pairs,for:IIIJlr f=.00, A garaxlu tiFdaat4

r, see anybody get into trouble. If\ .Hawthorne were here on the fourth. I Theo picnice here last Friday was visited their parents and other relatives Brick City last Friday..

'. man finds! that what he sells for cider They enjoyed a picnic and a bath in I quite a success, regardless of the last week at Evinston. Our road man is busy at work since r

f will Intoxicate for his own protection our beautiful springs.Dr. :: fact that the weather was very disa- I the rains. i i rI
Mr. Shuttleworth of Evinston FISHEli
is at I
he should stop selling it. The Clowning who has become a greeable.Mr. One of our young men has purchasI I Sold by M.
Rochelle, shipping his melons ofj
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state law makes no distinctions Thee !citizen of Hawthorne, was here with T. II. Mills of Flemington was ,
name Is no protection and if a man his handsome Virginia bride. in our little town last Tuesday on which he has quite a large crop. !' -- ---

sells nyir4ng that will intoxicate he We have had nice rams for the past i business. I Capt. and Mrs. Dorsey of J.Iclnroshi i I .... ..:r ... 'm SIfftII.! 'iiD..m" =-.. ....... .., .f{

is: liable to the full penalties of tllt'l ten days and all vegetation is smiling.Mr. 'I \\'l' are having ome VPT. flues ee: have gone for three or four weeks to .I ,

law. It is said that every man who i Herbert Hall of Coleman made I potato weather here, and I think a I THE i
their old home at Mt. Sterling. I\y.: *
ever.. sold intoxicating liquors m Red-I a short visit l l.jt week to his cousin, I good many of the farmers are taking I Carlysle Bellah of McIntosh has |

dick bas later come to ttmutctal! jriof Mr. J. H. Hall. Herbert cleared several |I advantage of it.
/ I I had a large refrigerator put up in
Every farmer should begin to make hundred dollars from his cabbag" I A meeting of the Farmers' Union
I his hop, so that he will be able to
preparations to uuk.null: save everypound and tomato crops this season. I was held last Saturday, and was attended !I jsupply' beef any day now. O0thP0&C.1

of bay and fodder. possible. If I lie is an industrious and deserving j by a large nuaiber of mem- j
; Mrs. Will Hopkins has returned |
they have to buy next year they will man he t
young : went to Coleman
hers.Mr. : home from her visit to her sister..
bo surprised at the price they will I without means and by dint of hard II L. E. Mangum went to Jacksonville I : STORE
|I;: from her visit to Quincy and was <:oS +
lave to pity, or if they have any for I work now owns several acres of good last Tuesday on business. I j S looking well. 4t i

sale it will command a good price. I hammock land, also a nice lot in ;:I II Miss Alice Yongue returned home :t Mrs. Annie Smith has returned is now open \\ith a complete line of

,. c" Timothy hay is worth $O per ton!I town and he is now hauling lumber: last Friday from Green Cove Springs !'
from her visit
': In Now York today The hay crop in1:| with Inch to build a nice rt'sidence.j jHe j! where she has been spending a few I j I well pleased with to the quincy financial and as prospects :soI : 3

the hay waking states was very light is the youngest son of Mr. Pleasant weeks with relatives.Mr. : Crockery Glassware
I ,I of the people that she has decided
this year, and it will be dit cult to Hall who once lived here. Ash Tongue, who has been run I'I'I to make her home among them. | .

obtain good hay at any price. Stew I Mr. and Mrs. McKinney of Lake i iUutIt'r. : ning( the beef market here for the .
I| so in two weeks she will move there. ;
every acre you l'1in t'tHt't'as.. i t t who are camping here, returned past eighteen months, has sold out ; *| f
| Mrs. W. M. Richardson
Mrs R..1. Hoyd has postponed herj iI i from Lake Butler SundajJw I to :Mr. D. D. Malhews. two grandchildren Marsha with and Lou-ji her ;! Ligljt Hardware 't

trip to Columbia. S. l'. until tb 15th i,i he had gone to make a speech .!1 Dr. G. G. Randall visited Reddick ;: ise Bouvier. are noin Ocala with'iI :' ,

lust. j ion the fl>urtb. They were glad to get Tuesday and says he expects to move her '
daughter. Mrs. J.
The storm on Monday was the | back to enjoy. 'the spring these warm I there before very long. i itNOTE i I I who is quite sick. A. Bouvier. I Tinware Eqamelware

most severe of the summer. I days. : -Received too late for last '
I Mrs. Waldo of Jacksonville was : ,
Our l'tX'Ilt'latniou to know 'week. ED. !
i Yesterday was one of the warmest ) .
who we aw to have for principal of days of July; thermometer ran up i I down visiting Mrs. Will Hopkins for ii and Everything Pertaining to the Kitchen
i a week or so, but returned home i
cost -
our school.! All art anxious for Mr. I i to 9S in the shade. 1 FAIRFIELD FACTS (!, .1 rd ;if

Simmons to teach for us again, but I Dr. Parramore, his wife and bright y.

Is* has not decided whether he will 1 i little boy of Eureka were here yesterday -]i We are glad to know that Dr. j!1 t NOTE-Received too late for last wa1s.'. carry full line .iMen's

teach next term or not. for a short time. ; Nichols is able be 'eek.-ED.)
to up aeoain.Messt' ]
It would he a misfortune for the i Mrs. Clayton Massey has gone on $. L. W. Best, D. A. Dupuis :., Pants Top Shirts.Work j
school It we have to change teachers ) i I
a visit to her old home in Georgia. Frank Dupuis and Miss Minnie Du.I NEWS FROM FLEMINGTON :
again Mr. Simmons and :Miss,Alice ; We miss her _
very much. i
: puis were visitors to the Brick City Shirts Undershirts i
limes taught the most successful i E I am doing all in ;' and
j my power to get'last Saturday. j Special Cor. Ocala Banner:

and satisfactory term last fall and subscribers to the dear old Banner. We are delighted to learn that Mr. !i '
| We
winter ever taught in the history of having plen'of: ran: Drawers
SIC SEMPER Tnl.-\.ti: !S.i andvMrs. Dodd will soon be with us'.again. ,

our school, and the children were all i,I .... ,. (Sure.) r.m .

-t d..Wlt'd to them, Come back Mr. s E|I I I SLITCKTON ,: Dr. and Mrs. H. Gatrell and Miss 1 The farmers are busy p..-. ,\ng potatoes. I' flJ f\\)
Simmons You owe it ft.tht' boys : I Water FullLiqe Fro
Edna Gatrell will leave in a few J oo1eis I )
If not the girls. With the start thatyuu .
s Special CotOcala Banner: f i weeks to visit the Exposition, and; Among those at Fellowship Snf: i-2 to 8 Sizes
have given them and the influence
: Mr. and Mrs Stone of Uomston from there they will go to New York. i w gal. :
day we noticed J. K. Mixson and
you htYt',1' them places |
a responsibility -
made us a visit Tuesday.
Washington and other interesting ter, R. E. Chitty and
Miss S15'1
on you that cannot be! OUR
E Mrs. X. l_ Freyermuth has returned. point We all wish them a pleasant : STATIONERY
i Carlton ofFlt>
mington. and
measured by dollars and cents butthe home from Dutton. D. \,
making and perhaps cnwi\\tu.. 01 I! Mr Cannes UIU--. !1 Jones mother sister and uncle. of I --- Line ialso C"nij..ete
Higginbotham of "
Mr. and 111'$. Tate of North Carolina .
teen of these boys rests with you.No |Gainesville is'isiti Williston. all seeming to have a good "THE
friends WHITE
.g and | are expected to visit us in a fewjdars time. MOUNTAIN" AND
one \'II8W"f could exercise the [.relatives hen "ARCTIC"Ice .
\ and it is likely they will make i
Miss Leila .
Jones of Williston
beneficent iunut'nct'tt'f them that visited :
't. you have nor can anyone Cisco leadtbetn II from South U.Sud Florida.ft\f has returned ;: this their home for a while. her friend. Miss .Annie Mixsoa. at Cream :
; Mr. II. W. Nettles of Flemingtoa Freezers
as easily to nobler and higher Mr. Joe H dock and j {i this place last week. 1
funitof Dutton
i was a to our little town last >
aspirations. Como back and finish : a crowd attended the pic: ie I
i are visions relatives here.Mr. IN
Tuesday evening. ALL
at Fairfield last t THE SIZES
the test you taw begun of gMnsKeddicfc Reload Butch has returned to Friday.Mr. FROM ONE TO EIGHT QUARTSassortment
; Mr. Gibson one of Irvine successful -
a few years henco as fine and \ Ocala after few J. G. Jones of Jacksonville is ,
a days at ho .
; =e.II | merchants
was visitor
as ccbl* a set of Christian 1 a to our visiting his nephew, D. E. Jones for i f
young Mr. D. R. You '
Bluea's will
baby. Lillian t;...town: last Wednesday. also find here i
men as can t* found aay h We are sectiss our stare of tie There Ladies' Muslin
a certain rnderwear
KAKKIS. yoesg man ,
M nt'Wf Enastca is Tis- ram here and from: what I cxi learn this ,12 Spreads, Towels, .
cot :
I tuag :Mr. John Fre rmuth. anritT who is repatnins Embroidery etc
surrouidi2S coWity is rot be-
ANTHONY: HEMS Mr.V.. P. Hxraaoas, :Mr BeasielUsiraocs. his ho:: e. Look oat, girls so=e of TI1n .... t
for the
irs slighted of rain.
wart Want
I to
yoa cay get carglt.' come and
Mr. Cannes see and be
Hig inbore am. There *ill be services at tie ME.. i i us convinced :
ptaal Cor. Oca'; lUnnor I IOn I Mr. Joe Hiiikvk and Mr X. L Mr. C. H. Gray ard Miss BessieRiodea : : ; :, that we can save
.church neat Susdsy at 11 :L EL, srd you money.
Sunday a tnh"'lJuly ?. 19. riade a bcsiress trip the i
ertsutli i were ia Ocala Mckaday. ;17 pc.. 10: y Our aim is to

a lArgx> crowd gatherxsi at the rest-I j Mr. Clyde Aikm ii >+ewe frcn a visit : Mr J. B. Yoagw will leave for1. Brick' Ciiy }Ie:.day.r treat you rig ht aJ we will al- ) :
deuce of Mr. Mark Moore to. *ttness I \ '':.. J. L S:r ii oi Martel was s. ways make good
; to his; brother l' anything '
at ;nnt'lk'l that 3
;; Georgia in few
; a days where he itis-
the xnarriajw of Mr Kv tvrt Swain to!j :Mr. IVaaie Hacimcvas v.'ill..i business caller n our burg last TuesMr. factory. Trus uns t
{ gave a candy spend: a wiie! COW BOY. J JBELLEVIEW dsl once and we
Miss Mry t"1'T spacious$ double j pa'tlirVtInes,19r nisht in tocor of i! I. future are assured of roar

moms Mere quickly! filled with of! Mr HissiaNxhaa of Gaicesnlle. I : aci Mrs.: D. Fax: are oa tie dealing

i I guests, and promptly at :::3e> the!j :Miss Legie Rlch .ate a salcra:rsjdi I BRIEFS i l i I sick list this -eei We ioe forties I', I

.} trains of the wedding! march frxnuj; rut tMr.. Hlgsaaborluis !{ a spredjrecovery.. : The O. P.
I : r'F||F Special (0. Ocala 13a:IIe:: r. c. Store
I Miss
the plntrroidod ever by Mrs } 1.ma day e\eaia. Inuit and fxidge Mayne CJ.tOl15 the Jo.st; :

,'rdU.'W\ tl,atiu(, thtxnyih i served duricj the evealnj.: were!j The lee!? dry spell has tarae-i i:: ) of her cousia, Miss Miisoi. last JTa.: XEX1: TO 0. K. .r.,: .
I It 3. luz; wet spell!, for ,1: ralzs every day :i_::'L I L GROCERY. :

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Local and Personal LUCKIE-KAISER

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'" Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. .(I Young Couple Eloped Yesterday Afternoon \ ;
I and Are Married-Parental .;
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I Objections to the [ V7' .
Dr. ,
Carswell of : j
Citra spent the Match .
Fourth I I m t.- A Ia -
in Ocala. From last Thursday's Daily: W V e w \J---: ---t1

I Yesterday afternoon Miss Gertrude I I4 '
Perry Williams of Berlin spent :Clara Kaiser and Mr. James Marcus .

the Ocala.Fourth of July with relatives in :1 Luckie were quietly married at the KNIGI-IT"MAR TIN CO '. tAt

i I Methodist church at 4:30 o'clock by

f Rev. R. V. Atkisson, in his study. the T. \\ :Smith, & Co. Old Stand G
our well known visitors on : After the marriage it developedthat

theFourth of July was Mr. Leslie of i the young couple had eloped, the at r '.. :". OCALA, FLORIDA, ")
Panasoffkee. dr
parents of the bride objecting to the:
I Come and when in need of in
match principally on account of her i ( ; ;$4 see us anything

Mrs. Annie Perry and her three j :"outh-she being not yet quite seventeen the way of *

daughters went up to Jacksonville j years of age. I
8 e
Saturday to spend a few weeks with j Mr. and Mrs. Luckie went at once
relatives. Farming Implements
i to the Carlton House, where they are ,

': stopping for the present, and are still i

' The Marion County Medical Association I waiting for the forgiveness of the Wile Fencing,

held their regular meeting on I bride's mother.Mr. 1 T

tho afternoon of the Fourth at the I Luckie came to Ocala about a Stoves, Pumps,
hospital in this city. year ago from Newnan Ga., and i 1-

I with the Ocala Iron Works, and is a 5 ;I r Guns Ammunition,

Mr. George J. Ross of Largo, who young man of pleasing manners ann ? ti.
I Sash Doors I
has been
spending several days visiting address and has made a number 01 ,

his old home in this c
county, and friends in this city.

friends in this city, returned to Largo -I The young bride, as Miss Gertrude : Blinds, Paint, etc
Friday. II Kaiser, has made her home in Ocala I

i, for some years at the Hotel de Ka '

1 Miss Tillie Pyles has disposed of I: ser, of which her mother is the pro- In fact, everything usually carried in a first- ;

her farm about two miles south of !; prll+tress, Mr. Kaiser being in the I \ I class Hardware Store. F
tl/j city to a Mr. Clements of Tampa, ; meat packing business at Hastings! S, i I

who with his family will reside on '! She is a pretty and attractive young -
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the farm. I
.i I girl and lr friends hope that she I

will never regret her sudden mar-

Dr. J. M. Thompson. who has been riage, and that soon all will be "as
(it-, spending some time at Delray, has returned I merry as a marriage bell" for the : .. Knight =MartinMclVER CO.
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to Ocala and made
us a pleas- young couple. The marriage was i
ant call Saturday. He has returned o I witnessed by Mr. Crawford and Mr. EX-CONSUL TO PARA BRAZIL MEMBER OF THE LEGISLATIVE

i to remain with us permanently, and Durst. I COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE THE INTERNAL IMPROVE- I -

1 :Miss Kaiser came up town to do I

some shopping, and was to return Ii i WITH THE GUBERNATORIAL NOMINATION I I 1 Y
Mr. George W. Hyde, one of the ;'home at once, but instead met Mr. --. ---- .- i MM

. most popular residents of Crystal Luckie. as they had previously I ar- I i _
WHAT: THE CIVIC LEAGUE IS There being no further business before .
River, who is with the Dixon Crucible ;ranged to do, and they went at once i FURNITURE DEALERS ;
;, the League, we adjourned.
Company at that place, was in Ocala I: to the church and were married as I --. -- -- -- -'
Friday on business for the company.Mr. ;, above stated. When the bride's moth- WE CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OP
The Civic League held its regular j The regular monthly meeting of the
I I ler heard of the marriage a few moments
monthly meeting in Yonge's hall on j Civic League met on Saturday after- House Parlor Suits
Q. E. Peacock, who is now I ofterwards she came to the I 1-- Furnishings
1 ( noon. July 6, in Yonge's hall, with the
the editor of the Dunnellon Advocate [I! Carlton House to try and take her I Tuesday afternoon, June 4. with the I president in the chair. Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and Reed

was a visitor to Ocala Saturday. Mr. daughter home. but as the ceremony ; president, Mrs. Hocker, in the chair. *
[ It was a matter o rnucn disappointment Bed Room Suits Room Suits
Peacock is constantly making improvements { had already been performed she I This was the first meeting in several that there were so few in attendance Dining

in his paper and is do- i! could do nothing. I months and was an enthusiastic and I at this meeting, and wry I 1 In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak.
injwell in the "Phosphate City." I and Oak.
little business could be transacted.The I Maple
China and
-- I Will Tour the West II minutes Crockery
minutes of the last meeting I Mission
. Mrs. W. M. Richardson} returned to | Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt of this I were read and adopted. FurnitureIn Complete line-Dinner Sets and

her old home at Boardman Saturday i i city and Miss Cora Griffin of Anthonyleft tive board were read and adopted, tne The treasurer being absent.Ve all the different finishes Odd Pieces

'I after a few days' visit in Ocala with Monday for a trip through the I regular order of business was taken I could not have her report, or reportsof

her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. whois i| West. They will go direct to St. Lou- I I; up. I the cOD1mit:ees. t

very much better. She was accompanied is and Chicago and from there to St. Mrs. Anderson All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens '
t i I The treasurer's report was called i moved and Miss; Lace Curtains, Porticrs
Paul, Minneapolis and Duluth, thenceI I
home by her little grandsonand I {
i tor but continued Weathers seconded a motion to donate I and Upholstering Goods
being incomplete was _
granddaughter.Dr. j I through the Yellowstone Park, and on
I !I unl.il $lot toward rebuilding the band
to Seattle, after which they will go to meeting. Heaters
I Ranges Cook StovesFull
I I The corresponding secretary being stand in the court house square. This ,
and Mrs. J. Walter Hood left San Francisco and Southern California -
'lout of had from motion was carried. Line I: date Picture fnimd and and
Wednesday for a visit in Georgia. Dr. I returning by the Southern Pa- town, we no report i p-tu unframed Picture -
ber. The president, Mrs. Hocker. ap- : Mouldings.. Full stock of
Hood will remain in that state for a : cifie. They will be away for sometime I the ladies substi- I
pointed following as
month but after a sl'.mt"isit Mrs. I and are anticipating a splendid i It was reported that Mrs. Groves tute vice presidents during the summer i Farm and Turpentine Wagons/ Buggies Harness and Saddles
had given a week of her time and ,
Hood will go on to Springfield, 111., to toU!'. Their Ocala friends wish them | months

spend a month with her sister, Mrs. a very pleasant and safe trip. I had hired two men at a cost of $14to First Ward: -Mrs. Carney. Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth the Studebaker.And .

W. 1C Zewadski, at her new home in I the League to clean the gutters Second \'ard-l1rs. Moorhead. carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.Building .

The Fourth of July in Ocala around the public square. The coun- ,
.loot city. I Third Ward-Mrs. W. T. Gary.
I Ocala made no preparations this cil notified the ladies that it would
Fourth Ward Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.A Brick Lime Lenient Plaster
:\lrs. J. H. Livingston Sr., who hast I year for a Fourth of July celebration, I reimburse them for the outlay, as the motion to adjourn was tin in I (;.air, Lath, Shingles, Points I and
but owing to the cheaprates on the council effects to see that the town
relatives in South Carolina -
been I order. M. E. WEATHERS, Sec I
for several months, has returned railroads there were a large number I Its cleaned. Material I Flintkote Roofing,
i Oils)
met her!iof people in this city, mostly colored A message from Mr. Rbeinauer to I
Colonel Livingston ; White Load Varnishes
home. Death of Little Daughter of Mr and Etc
the that the ladies do ,
went o"erto i people. There were about eight hundred League begged I
in Jacksonville, and they Mrs. J. A. Griffin. Wall Papt>r. Alabastine and Magnite Wall Paints.
in the city.It all possible from now on to keep their
Beach where they spent strangers I
Atlantic at ath Conti- poured rain nearly all the morn- own premises in order, and see to it I *nd give us a trial. E, We will! not be undersold and will please .
a very pleasant day j From last Saturday's Daily. ,
about four thir- that no tin cans, bottles or standing
and began again
nental. ing Wednesday morning while Louise
I' Mclver
did let water be kept about their premises.Mr. Mackay.
ty in the afternoon, and not
j Griffin, the little daughter of Mr. and I.
under the until late at night, consequentlythe Rheinauer said this would be of : _
The Montezuma Hotel, up Mrs. J. Arthur Griffin, of Tampa, was
management of its new proprietor. day was a very quiet one. There the greatest help to the council in I endeavoring to pull a kettle of boil, I p

Judge Coyle, is getting up an excel- were very few arrests made.In cleaning the town. ing water from the stove in the Griffin ..

lent reputation, and among its latest the afternoon the Leesburg and Mrs. Clarkson's resignation as kitchen, the contents of the ket. 4"i _/ 1)))

Improvements is a free bus pulled by I Ocala teams were to play ball. A I chairman of the sanitary committee I tIe scatered over the little girl's body;

two very large and fine mules, which ; large crowd assembled at the ball I was received and accepted with re scalding her so severely as to cau,. ::.,,,. f
It is handsomely I park, and the game was called at 4 gret.It. jw.> ;.:.*"..._ -
meets all trains. death before night. The little} -MI.: f ...
fine appearance. -I o'clock Mr. J. J. Gerig umpiring. At I was moved by Mrs. Austin, and ,
painted and makes a very was just learning to walk, and bat i t
the conclusion of the fourth inning seconded by Mrs. Bittinger that the I ..
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walking and creeping to "> ... .
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t which had been specially set -- -*ii 1 N %
tad $50,
the rains descended and the game
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while its mother's back waj.1)) IP u J .
have returned I be abandoned. The score was aside at a previous meeting of the
M. It. Liddon and family to i innocently grabbed at the liar.,,',

4 to Starke to live after a resi- I then 3 to 0 in Ocala's favor, and from I board to be used in cleaning the town I the kettle and its coot(n1- _*

in Ocala, and i the start looked as though it would be apportioned $12.50 for each ward ,.
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dence of several years I thrown over the little one's II">"> :: TO ALL WHO STTTTER IT.OM
their many be the prettiest game of ball this sea and kept as a fund for any special
back by ,
are welcomed I fore the mother could ream! j' nprevent nuisance until called for by the ward j .. Indigestion, Biliousness Kidney
Telegraph.Mr. .
friends.-Starke I the accident. Irnnui!:r
all son.The crowd vice president. This motion was car- I Troubles Rheumatism, DyspepsiaDr.
Liddon and family will in I teams as well as the j medical attention was given tl! <' '.T' .

probability return to Ocala in the '!were very greatly disappointed that ried.It. 'sufferer.. but all efforts toa\.- : F<-pp'-r'-s Mountain Herbs comes like the dawn of a net,: dy-:

fall. Their many friends here trust the game had to be called 03. I was moved and carried that the life were unavailing Tl.. LlIt.ra': bringing a new, healthy! and happy lease on life. It i3 aguarant ie-1 .=

that they will return. I president appoint substitutes for ward : took place Thursday afternoon i''! ,m.I : cure containing neither alcohol, calomel nor mercury ziinu'y: a

i Mr. James W. Sanders, now a prom- i i vice presidents during the summer I the parents' residence on Plai.: a'. pure within, natural reach of, vegetable all. remedy so cheap that it brings good health .-

A special dispatch in the Atlanta i inept farmer at Early Bird, visited ; months. nue, Hyde Park. .
He said that the exceedingly I The unfinished business was then i 180 Tablets for $1.00, also soil n 25c anti 50c packazes, at al! _
Ga.. Ocala Friday.
Covington. says I dealers: ,
Journal from or mailed direct for price. Write fur valuable information f rte.
weather had enabled I called for. I -
that Prof. A. II. Foster, formerly The Doctor Away From Home When
i principal of the Covington high I the farmers in his section to destroy I Mrs. Smith. chairman of the tree I Most Needed t MOUNTAIN HERB CO.. Knoxville, Tenn.

number of alligators, and ex- i committee, reported that only five out I
elected school com- I a large .
been t : .
school, has People are often very much :-: ;
missioner for Newton county, which cept in deep lakes and ponds these j of thirty-three trees planted along the I pointed to find that their fam.A: .v. ..

an honor.to this well known reptiles are now becoming very { cemetery walk were growing. This j sician is away from home when ;3t.-:
is quite I .
Prof. That the tail of aa alligator work had been guaranteed, so Mrs. most need his services. Disease hL.I
educator. Several years ago j scarce. I cramp colic and cholera morb h r- For sale by Tydings &. Co. and Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla
in the Florida Confer- ( is the prettiest meat he ever saw I Carney was appointed to assist Mrs.
Foster taught quire prompt treatment, and have ::1 I
ence College at Leesburg, and te i and it looks exceedingly tempting. Smith in seeing that the dead trees I' many instances proven fatal b?fnr e

married Miss Sarah R Bull of this I That it tastes for all the world like j were replaced. medicine could be procured or a 1 ph/

i ja blue channel catfish, and if you It was moved and carried that dur-1 sician summoned. The right way ito .-;
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can forget that you are eating alii- ing the summer months the League E Ilain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhea ROLLINS COLLEGE

Air. E. C. Simms of Anthony repre7"iited -. i'gator it makes just as good a dish. :'hold its meetings on Saturday after' \ Remedy. No physician can prescribe:

: his section in Ocala the day.1 J Mr. Sanders has studied the alligator. i noon, instead of Tuesday morning. I a better medicine for these diseasesBy .. :. WINTER PARK, FLA.
( become thoroughly acquainted Mrs. Bittinger was requested to having it in the house you escap
when quizzed and has I
arter the Fourth. and I much pain and .suffering and all risk: : Offers superior advantages in high grade college, academy, expression
with its habits, and some of his have the hack ordinance presented to I
abut bank deposit
the size of his I Buy it now: it may save life. Foi r music, art, business, stenography, and domestic science,
the shipping season being over, admitted alligator stories are very rich and, the council and at the same time task o I sale by all druggists. x. i courses.

and his quaint way of telling ., the council to see that the liver
the banks re I amusing,
that as long as i I I : I I i Most attractive, healthful and refined surroundings. For full
main solvent he would not want for them adds a charm to their de company Keep the street on north side According to the Times-Union'!s I particulars and room reservations, address
in the immediate I livery. I of the court house unobstructed witi! cartoonist yesterday was the day se L''
anything, at II
has certainly been a for their vehicles. It was decided to asi: apart for the setting off of the Watson ._ !! J. H. BRIX30X, or, W. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y,

future.tunate year It to the shippers: in the i Mr. J.. W. .Colbert Sparr was'I Mr. Duval to present! t!:> r.,- -,""" t a I I boom for governor. Wonder i f j Ocala, Fla. Orlando, Fa.1 .

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, local and Personal I II I I :Sirs.: Baxter Cam is visiting relatives -' EUSTIS WINS AGAIN I i

I at Slartel for a few days., EX.Oovern'or- WyomingI I
I Sara Elizabeth Harris Local Editor.I I Both the Visitors and the Home Team i

Played Well' But the Latter l I } :.s
Sunday at 3 p. m. the Rev. R. V. At-

Mr. HubertIunroe of Anthony I kisson will preach at Shady. Be sure I Were Unfortunate I l ,

among was to For the second time this year the i Thidorses f Pe
our go.
Wednesday ,
visitors. 'I =ru=na
I II I Ocala ball team had the boys from I i "',..,,": :, J-- \

Col. T. p. Lloyd represented the: Mrs. Henry Gordon and little Eustis as their opponents at the BallPark ':'

nesday.Col.county. site of Citrus in Ocala Wed Plant daughter City.are on a visit to relatives at Wednesday afternoon. The after- As a Catarrh As .4n Excellent

noon was pleasant, which allowed

many to witness the game. The :
Sir. and Sirs. Herbert C. Jones went Remedy. Tonic. :;
J. Si. Barco of Cotton Plant grand stand was comfortably filled
down to Bushnell yesterday after-
and Tampa, made us a short can I and the right field foul line was occu-
noon for a short stay.
Wednesday. pied by many carriages and automo
biles. The management and the

Mrs.V. J. Sirs. II. C. Gates and children left the attendance of
Lohrig has gone to Tennessee players appreciate

to spend several months with yesterday for a visit of several the ladies, and trust they will continue -

relatives.Mr. I months with relatives in Macon and to patronize the game. I

Atlanta. ",'
By a pre-arranged understanding

George Close and children I Engesser was to pitch the first five I :
Mr. and Sirs. Lidie Ley and childrenof Wj"I
4 have returned home from a visit to I innings for the home team, after have such confi mmwtf&X&'tft
Jacksonville, but formerly of this OVi '
relatives in Tampa.Mr. which Clark would finish the game. 7
city, came down Wednesday after- Both the pitchers for Ocala, and Win- I., ::: > /dente In prominent per m

and Mrs R. A. Kelsey of Stan- noon for a visit with Ocala friends. dom for Eustis, kept the hits well sonal friends who have \'$&

ton have gone to Lynnville: Tenn., to scattered, no two hits coming in one &
:Sirs.: P. k Lester and her interest- ? used and endorsed Peruna
spend six weeks with relatives. inning.In .

ing children have gone to Seabreezeto the second inning for Ocala '! !rif' }4 5 k:;: i}.? that I feel Justified in assum> ,-..., .: <;.

Gov. X. B. Broward has appointedMr. spend the summer. :Sir.: Lester Vogt lined out a single to right field, ? KX'X'"At. :
: PI ing that it is a valuable rem- .:.:ry. y
SI. A. Brown of Jacksonville to be accompanied them as far as Jackson- was sacrificed to second by Haugh-
I ville. S PJ edy for catarrh and
state inspector for naval stores. ton, and scored the only tally for : an excellent

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Ocala when Hutchins threw Adylotte's :; general tonic. -
Sir. George Pasteur of Anthony, a Sir. Grover Scott, a former :young I
infield hit over first base into
broib.fr of Sir. John Pasteur of this citizen of Ocala, but who recently pur- John W. NO t.TheJ <
of Ocala
the crowd carriages. suc- I
cit', was among our visitors Tuesday chased Sir. Harry Stalberg's ice I II Victoria Flats.Vasblagtoti.
ceeded in base in
getting a man on
cream parlor at Dunnellon, spent \ D. C.
nearly every inning after two were
Wednesday in the city.
i out and consequently no runs resulted. -
1 Ex-Senator J. G. Baskin and Marshal .

J Thomas of Dunnellon were I Dr. and :Sirs.: Walter Hool left In the fourth inning for Eustis Hut- .I:; : ; ... : ...
.. the Wednesday for their visit to differentplaces i ; ; ,, :
'i ( among prominent visitors to Ocala chance "V' 'wi$1i1Ri "
chins took first on a hard ; ; :y"V" "
Wednesday. in Georgia. Sirs. Hood will go r:: ; ;;?=:::; ; <::;:;;::::o. :z: :: ::: = :&
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down the third base line. He reach- fill :=
Ion to Springfield. Illinois, for a visit agnificent State Capitol Building of Woming.: iI
i ed second on a fielder's choice, when
ij with her sister, Sirs. W. K. Zewadski. Responsible People. Natural Enthusiasm. | Catarrhal Fever.
j Mr. J. SI. Liddell of Santos, one of Haughton attempted to catch him going I I
occupying: positions of high When a person has been really helped
1 our former well known county com- to that base. Windom made first PEOPLE I I Sirs. W. K, Good, Broadway, Va"
and trust are in getting rid of some chronic ,
always malady
Sir. F. E. Beckham Is at home from writes:
business ,
was transacting another fielder's choice and the after
on other have
very busy people. things failed, it is quite
i Savannah for a short visit to his "When I was fifteen years old I hid
? : in Ocala yesterday. bases were full, with only one out. They have little or no time to devoteto natural for enthusiasm to lead peopleto
I l lJ family Sirs. Beckham and children catarrhal fever and for nine year I
I Ii On Windom's hit Hutchins attemptedto side issues. make a statement of the fact. ,
will leave in few days for Virginiato have had catarrh of the head. -
Mrs. Amy O. Gorham of Reddick a score and was caught between the It Is therefore very rare that such people For great services, gratitude is nat it
"Through neglect went to throat
l the with relatives. my
has to Seebert, W. Va., where spend summer are willing; to write testimonials fur ural. -
I gone bases, but finally crossed the plate and nose. After consulting you I used
: she will spend the summer with relatives when Jewett missed a throw. With anything. This is the only way that it can possi- Peruna for four months as directed, and
Sir. F. L. Walsemann, representing Then again there is a natural diffidence bly be explained why it is that so many ?
and friends. two on bases Hall hit to deep center, I entirely well and have my natural
the Packer of New York, was a in giving public endorsement to persons prominent in public diplomaticand health ;

: Mrs. J. M. :Sleffert: and children left caller at this office Wednesday He scoring Simpson and Windom. any commercial enterprise on the partof social life give testimony for "Icannot praise Pernna too highly. J_
Kennedy reached first in the fifth people who are much before the Peruoa. s
Tuesday afternoon for Daytona has been doing the southwest part of I It will do all that it is recommendedto
inning on an error by third took sec. public. Actual Benefit "
Beach, where they have taken a cot- the state and reports abundant evidences Rare Endorsements.It Peruna relieves. do.
: promptly
and on an out, and tallied on Win-
; tage} for the summer. of prosperity in spite of the dom's hit to center. In the seventh Is thus that it is very rare that pub- Thin is the explanation. Pe-ru-na Relieves Catarrh. :
Mr. L.
long drouth. lic officials like governors, congressmen Catarrh is a disease difficult to relieve.A Clifford FigK, Jr., :2W9! E.
Schopke was given his base on balls Marshall St. Richmond
t Mr. Fred Kaiser is home from Hast- ,consuls, senators, etc, give public great many of the doctors fail: to writes:
was put on second by Kennedy, wentto "As soon as 1 get a cold I send for s
ings on a visit to his mother, Mrs. The work of fixing the court house endorsement to a proprietary medi relieve it.
third on a passed ball, and came cine.It Gratitude Results.A bottle of Peruna,and it soon drives it
i Robert Kaiser at her home on North yard sidewalks etc., was begun yes of
home after the catch when Igou was is therefore a great triumph that few bottles of Perunacure a chronic my system. ,
1 street Sir. C. W. Perkins of Jacksonville -
Magnolia terday.
\ J out on a long fly to SIcLin. Peruna has the unqualified endorse. malady of many years standing: and it isamo.t Despaired of Being Cured.
of the Fitzgerald Company
The score: ment of so many men in official posi impossible to repress: the natural "For several I was not
Mr. A. B. Kibler :Sir.: and Sirs. Barry has the work in charge. The sidewalks of years entirelywell
Ocala. . .01000000 tion. feelings gratitude which spring; up. ,and despaired of ever being cured,
Peter, :lies: J. E. Barganier and will be splendidly built, and
Eustis. . .000310100 Scores of public officials of national I Catarrh of Head and Throat as I had ued numerous remedies that {
Marshal Thomas were among the when completed the court house and reputation have enthusiastically declared i Sir. Keisa friends advised. I doctored
Batteries-Ocoila: Engesser, Clark Joseph 34i! > 11th street, my for two
Dunnellonites in Ocala on Wednes its surroundings will be hard to beat and Bullock. Eustis: Windom and in favor of Peruna in public St. Louis, Mo., writes : years: without any improvement.A s

day. anywhere. print over and over again.A "I had catarrh of the head and throat Last Resort.
Story. Startling Fact but through the use of five bottles of
"As a last resort I tried Peruna and
Umpire: Sir. Cole. Peruna and two bottles of Slanalin 1
of was in J. W. Davis of Summerfleld There Is no way to account for such a
)Ir. L. D. Stafford Fivay Sir. was cured. am pleased to say that in a short time

. Ocala Wednesday on his way to made the Ocala Banner office a pleas- startling fact as this; except that Peruna "1 think that Peruna is the best tonic I was completely cured."I .
Death of Mr. Urban Biggs'It
Bushnell. where his marriage to Miss ant call Wednesday. He says the extraordinary unusual merit. that 1 have ever used and 1 would advise have not been troubled for over a
is with a great deal of sadness After all. people high and low are j' all catarrhal! l:uUerer to use j-ear. I am pleased to endorse Penma
Bessie limes took place at S:30: in truckers down in his section of the I' I
that we announce the death ofIr.. constituted very much alike. Peruna," I ail it saved me a world of Buffering.:: "
the evening. county are "all to the good" on this
Urban Biggs which occurred Saturday -
season's business. He left with us -
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Sexton children and niece tokens of appreciationas I
vir bright
nah. :Sir.: Biggs had been ill for several Mr. and Mrs. McKean Give Delightful and their guests included Miss Alice vincing demonstration than in Flor-
Hood, left Wednesday for of his share of the
Miss Etta own
solid proof weeks with typhoid fever, and a Dancing Party to Miss Bullock I Bullock, Judge W. S. Bullock, :Mr. ida. We have studied the crosses of
where they will spend a that hit the Summer-
Fellowship, wave
prosperity few days ago his brother, Mr. T. E. and Sirs. Clarence Camp, Sirs. Edward this breed from one to four on piney
\ _1 month with Mrs. Sexton's father. country.
field Biggs, of this city, received a tele- SIcKean Holder Sir. and :Sirs.: Sandford woods cows. In three crosses the eccentricities -
\: then to Jacksonville to Sir. and Sirs. George R.
They go Jewett, Sir. and Mrs Arthur Harda- of bovineform for
i gram calling him to his bedside, as .their handsome new home generations -
it spend several weeks with friends. I Sir. and Sirs. L. L. Aiken of High grave fears were entertained of his threw Tuesday open night to the young society ker Misses Annie Davis, Bessie Pore inbred in the native are wholly

superintendent of Springs, who have been visiting their recovery. His other brother Sir. Fes i ter, :Slamie: Taylor, Hattie Dye, Es- 1 obliterated and the resultant off
Mr. H. D. crowd, the occasion being a dancing
I the Bradley: Brothers' vast phosphate daughter, :Sirs.: R. E. Brigance, on N. tus Biggs, of Maryland was also party for their attractive debutante ther and Janet Weathers, Mattie and spring will pass muster as a high

Magnolia street for several days, left Corinne Williams, Louise Scott, Sara in herd. The betterment
i mining interests in Florida, was in with him when he died. sister, :Miss: Alice Bullock, who has I any

the city Wednesday his way to yesterday for a several months' visit Sir. Biggs was twenty-nine years of just returned home from a'isit to Harris, Valeta Potter Slessrs. 0. B. that is wrought in one cross is altogether F

: ;i Lakeland. He says the company is with relatives in Atlanta, Ga.lr.. age on the day before, his death, and relatives atIacon and White I Howse, J. H. Taylor, W. D. Taylor, remarkable and a total trans

:. opening a new mine Aiken is the postmaster at High was in the vigor of splendid young I E. J Crook, J II Bell, Harvey Clark, formation can be accomplished In
contemplating Springs. '
1 Springs and a veteran of the civil Ben Condon, John Pelot, Harry Palmer three. The Aberdeen-Angus has also
I \ near Floral City in the near future. manhood, and his death is a partic- This is the first time that the
"J i war. He and his wife deserve a vaca- ularly sad one. He was the youngestson people have been entertainedby T. H. Harris and Jack Rentz. made a creditable record, and cattleof

i Sir. Festus Biggs, after a short vis1 tion and a good time in the afternoonof of Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Biggs for- young Mr. and Sirs. SIcKean since their this breed aw being taken into

1 I' it in Ocala with Us brother, :Sir.: T. E. their lives. merly of this city, but who recently new home has been completed, andit An Unique Badge I Marion county. S. T. Sistrunk one

has returned to his: home at moved to Maryland. For some years I lof the county officials is founding a
i Biggs happy break into the
Word for ItMr. was a very I Dr. William Anderson, past exalted -
Snow Hill, Sid. He was accompanied Take the Postmaster's during his early boyhood the deceased dull of the summer months. herd near Ocala and Dr. E. B. Guer-
.J home by his nephew and niece, Loyal F. :SI.: Ind.Hamilton keeps postmaster also a stock at resided in Ocala. He was a pupilof I The SIcKean home is one of the most ruler of the Ocala lodge of Elks, I rant has been taking down some

who will spend the C' ryvale, left Thursday for Philadelphia, where "doddies" from Kentucky to Mcln-
and iterle Biggs, eeneral merchandise and patent the Ocala High School and was beautiful in toe city and it lends itself

T, summer in that city. Mr. Biggs has a I medicines. He says: "Chamberlain'sColic. exceedingly popular with his class- I most fittingly for an affair of this J the grand lodge meets on the 15th fora tosh. T

JlA; host of friends in this city, who hope Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy mates and teachers and was liked by kind. three days' session.Dr. Note should be made of the remarkable -

\T that his visit will bo repeated at no is fails standard to give here satisfaction in its line.and we It old and young people alike.. He wasa I The dining hall is unusually large Anderson has had a badge I possibilities in feed productionfor

distant date. never could hardly afford to be without it" fine looking young man and his and is finished in pine and maple, and made up. which for originality of de- growing cattle and finishing beef.

-- I druggists. x. death is sincerely regretted by all. had The velvet bean is the wonder plant
all floor
---- For :sale! by I is most attractive. The sign and all round uniqueness can

J .' ._ .. .. 0.&A&....VV. e"T...oo.. ". .'"s i I Truly "death loves a shining mark." been polished like glass, and- in. tms hardly be surpassed. It has a gilded !j of Florida Its production is marvelous -

Mr. S. S. Savage Gets His FingersCut F r'the past four years Sir. Biggs i room to the strains of lively music, bar at the top on which is inscribed and its nutritive value high. It

1! : FiSHEL'S i Off had been living in Savannah. where i i grows well on all dry lands, but does
IIr2 played by Mrs. Alice Cline, the young "B. P. 0. E., and to which is attached

Sir. S. S. Savage, Jr., of this city, he was in the drug business, and was i i people danced for several hours, the the order's colors a purple ribbon, best on the sandier' cheap soils. It

DAY 1 ; sawmill at Savage's Siding succeeding splendidly.The I the which ad- the words "Ocala requires but little cultivation and
: M 0 Ii who runs a piano being in parlor, bearing Lodge, No.
< needs not be gathered as the bean
funeral took place in Savannah to
near Candler, happened to a 'I joins the dining hall. Sol, Ocala, Fla.-Philadelphia, 1907.

.. ji unfortunate and regrettable accident Sunday.To In the large reception room a large Suspended from this is an immense keeps well on the vines and is best
SALE relatives of the I fed in the fields. This plant is adapted -
: Wednesday morning. He caught his the sorrowing I bowl of fruit lemonade was placedfor tarpon scale measuring nearly three

+ 1 hand in the machinery at the mill deceased we extend our deepest sym- the guests to help themselves between inches in diameter. This design is only to Florida as a forage proposition

$ 1I I Two fingHV. pathies. I I I but is used as a fertilizer as
and crushed it very badly. the dances. original with him, and no doubt will

the middle and first, were cut off The home is surrounded by large]! attract a deal of attention at the far north as Virginia, an experiment

; Boys Linen i at the second joint and the third finger not The necessarily Charming one WomanIs of perfect i, verandas, which were brilliantly I I coming meeting in the City of Broth- having shown in it a value of $15 to '

at the first joint. The accidentwas form and features. Many a plain woman lighted. Tables for card playing, I i erly Love. $18 per acre as a nitrogen gatherer. ,

l of course very painful, and Mr. who could never serve as an artists parcbeesi and other games were arranged -i Dr. Anderson will, during his absence The beggar weed comes after the corn

and Wash SuitsSizes I Savages friends are very sorry indeed model. possesses those rare on the verandas, and bridge visit his brother, CommodoreE. has been laid by, and recent writers
qualities that all the world admires; the southland have told of its
accident.I I whist devotees whiled who is in of from ?
to learn of his neatness, clear eyes clean, smooth five hundred and A. Anderson charge

1 He came up to Ocala on the noon i skin, and that sprightliness; of step the hours away most pleasantly the fleet of torpedo boat destroyers remarkable value as a forage crop.

3 to li, in all colors I[ train Wednesday to have his hand and action that accompany good with their favorite games. E now located at the Jamestown Exposition Nature is surely prodigal of proJac-

and patterns I dressed by a physician and he will health. A physically weak woman is The evening passed very quickly, and whom he has not seen ina tion for the Florida stock farmer.Breeder's .-

k for . ... 53 cents never attractive, not even to herself. Gazette.
85 Values i i I remain here for some days. Electric Bitters restore weak women, and the young people will have causeto : number of years.

$1.W Values for .. .. .79 cents give strong nerves, bright eyes remember with a great deal of Dr. Anderson has promised to keep

$1.2* Values for ... 89 cents I A Happy ManIs smooth, velvety skin, beautiful com- pleasure their first dance at the homeof the Ocala Elks posted through the ConstipationFor
. 97 cents Guaranteed by Tydings &
51.50 Values for Amos F. King, of Port Byron. X.Y Co.plexion., druggists; 50 cents. x. Mr. and )Irs.rcRean, who proved Ocala Banner as to anything of spe- constipation there is nothing

GET THE BOY A COOL SUITFISHEL ., (S5 years of age) ; since a sore I themselves to be ideal entertain cial interest to them that occurs at quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stom-
troubled him
; on his leg, which of has his life, has been PARTNER WANTED-To take a ers. So another happy evening has the big meeting in Philadelphia. ach and Liver Tablets. They always

the entirely greater healed part by Bucklen's Arnica half interest in a patent; patent on been added to the memory wires of produce a pleasant movement of the

i Salve, the world's great healer of same pending. Drawing can be examined the young society crowd. Florida as a Cattle State. bowels without any disagreeable effect -

i.11M0 i Sores, Burns. Cuts Wounds and Piles. by calling at the Montezuma )Ir. and Sirs. SIcKean were assisted The Short-horn as the cosmopolitan Price, 25 cents. Samples free.

I I Guaranteed by Td cents. Co., drug x. Hotel, room 5. 743t. by their sister, Sirs. C. V. Sillier, improver has written no more con- All druggists. x.

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fE extremes Public sentiment must be case but the friends of Oowrnor N
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|aroused and crystalled and there Broward have in such a manner KU-JiCM. V

i'Il i'- HARRIS. Editor. Although acquittrcl of : charge ofnuratr must be a radical revision of the in the appointment of this committee Simply the visible sign that baby's tiny bones {

r P. V. Leavengccd. Business, Manager.FRIDAY. madt out against him by the criminal :law by the next legislature. as to throw iiMll'n the sub. 3 forming rapidly enough.
r" not
; are
Ti- commonwealth of Virginia. JudgeLiving ;eel : they have acted for all th! ; the
is cause.
--aq.,.". does not come out of the prig AN EXAMPLE FOR OCALA world as if there i is s,'n hrtg; behind i! /; Lack of nourishment Jii
....- nourishes baby's '0. ,
; users dock bearing be plaits ofjis.ir.ibl he scenes that they do not wish ins Scott's Emulsion ?
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ri aY c number of his fei- Washington. D. C. July <. l7- sealed and the imestis.itions about i''I *: Stimulates and makes bone. t: ;

i. 'f. _J;;;' L..Z-=:' Sp?cial to the Ocala Banner: have carried much greater weight : entire system. \-.ft. '

i --- -.,. time of and would het" been" far more effect I > Exactly whnt baby needs. -j
He "a"f a Ions : a judge i j
:_ -- : An illustration of what waterway ;l.\. 1"-1"1
...' N, .a* tnh.gher: courts of Virginia :ve if ail the members' had not been C'WC.CI3TS m,. AND $1.L'0 )', I IALL (i
J. development will do for the interior : i
.. epic .. into ds- known by what i+ designated aj- "F
->: Liraggtd ::: :Le: l:
? \ ':. cities of the United States, once th'POl'ernmELt e ) ef) (
S. "'C'l:..:. : '- :TiCc.:' \ .ii=repu-- orrto: :::x? a not its -friends of the Xi'.nv.n: :stration." ; Q 41 t\.j :', ';: ( feJllls

g [, a .4= ,'- .s" 'A .I{ do-1 cruLkard. It .; ss.:A that be'dos gets proposed pr<> ._
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lIt -t" '"" : ::. a irutra< :-i s-trey: f--r eight
Sue! and Gray Encampment
""' : =:::: -.b-- will !,cM. .' ...
es L-n.L-r: o: "IWrr.t's Br.h Re- SPRitdK- i :Madison county :: ]
if: arnave a brute of his-::. BENEFITS OF STREET .
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---- --- ----- ." ):!: 't' Asst. Aiiji'f n dollars ,, : .
; 0::: the:: s'andarl authority on several thousand t < : jr
Fu.. '\::g the example of her i..jtrlos *- | LING
Dk"t JLLY!' '2. IrA : trair stat.stics in Egan: Th: pub.ca.on. Nat. Assn.. Blue & Gray.Uiinesv.I.e. i, by the provisions of the nf'I" t.:-In:
: fatter it seems out buggy -
.. copies cf "JC .. .: have: found of streets in cities Madison county sent a ]"r
r.: -- r.d-Eg: one af'tmoon with a young :: F'.a: July; t 5 1:3<.1 7. ;; The sprinkling law.

f n.or.-he :::'rir way here, sets forth the" martIous I number of gallant soldierto ; .,*
; i--r ::.a--- 2 husband best sanitary
of the
Biar. of :L'- COr muLity his daughterinLe :: General orders Xo. a. from National > isid to be one I

V:. finis ou: ::.-,-. .n: frn- '_-f the .. -d "uO frt-Iy: of the: intoxicating : corn.crcial r.se ot" Manchester: Headquarters. Southern Pines. X. C. I'measures that could be adopted as itt front in the days of the -i:: :', :'f

mirror is tna-: ranjf the: household; cup She wai taken to a neighbor'sLuise : since "ir oj'rnu.: ? L': the Maruh-.s": '. rCJnal ; prevents the dust and foul odors aris- served their country fai'if '.. aI,'.

1 1af. .t that belongs to his wife. in a t-audltag Condi::. n. The I.c:cen'ay.: : it is snowr: tr.atin toa;:rash ;. reads as follow: : ';; ing and stifling people. There is a "'ell.- Iadison NewPROFESSIONAL Enrt'rjlr....

: CL: ". JKade thic sraterway has farx're "Th frst annual encampment of
l father: clainei: that she tai b-rrn ;1 theory also that disease genus oftentravel
It is rumored that Hon. leu Earns than pa.i for itself. although :
t/ crirr.naya'.ltd! : by the young this natioca: organization %;I1 l be held.; with dust and many are inhaled -
; :'. of Ducal is looking bngingly! at the the :r.a: c'::'st reached the: vast sun 1 CARDSW.
l mar, aEl :n Lot:: haste he get his gur. ,..... at the Jamestown Expos.tion on the: unawares by people. Jackson-
c: $:: .
congressional berth held: by Mr.
i' now : and wrhout: :: asking a single question. loth and I7th aysf Juh ;;it,; : 'Mlle: not only! sprinkles her streets
Clark.-Palarka Herald. \; Mai.chestcr: I.es thtrtj-fi.. e" ru.lesfron. :
*: shoots: the young; man maL down :n' both day are t,) bo Blue: and Gray \\ ith water, but also with disinfectants H. POWERS, M. D.
r = the sea, on. ::'E4:..-.s ..f the Ir- "
cold blood. 3YS. and they are also well swept every
It is said to be so dry in Georgia : we::. For year ::::e r:.az::factr.r.jo : ;
1t The daughter tears. told before: All national; of5ics. members ofth nigh:. causing a cleanly and PHYSICIAN AND SCRG IUX(
and so many eoanrirs falling conus-- \\n was: forced t. pay second: ddt:
the jury the: story of the assault and t wally into the dry column that it is to Li'E'rpool.'hiet.. toastei spltri.dlocks
under "unwritten law"the father vattal.ons. with one de'.ega'e for every -' by the city authorities, and no ex-
said TO have actually made the sale ( that:: dre-: the truss-: of the Office Yonge Block.
J! was promptly acquitted. :lye members of l tatai eM1S shall penes is more willingly borne. as evjery .
of umbrellas scarce. !; whole world. The c.tizess: : of M,nchester I OCALA, FLORIDAT.
c- As soon as he was aequi'ted he t>e entitled: toote a: the national citizen recognizes its importance.
hf, however undenook
a cam :
The New York World'continues to publicly stated according to the induce ;;l election. It is earnestly desired that I|i Memphis, one of the cities subject E. BIGGS.
pain to tie British
govemdcGt -
criticize leading democrats unkindly t press dispatches; that tEwry of ;i 13.5 many a? possible attend. I to the exactions of a private company,
: : to canalize the river and thus
and extol New York republicans pro the assault was no true. her jgive j i F. PRESCOTT BULLOCK. I has been sprinkling her streets, but ATTORNEY AT LA" '.
access: to the sea. ]
llI;I fusely. .Xo wonder it has lost the .I The counsel for the dead nan : The British authorities: scoffed at ]i| Brig. Geni. and Ass Adjt Gent X. V. I the expense became so high that they

i.t meaning of democracy.It claimed that if they; )bad been permitted : A.B.SG. are going to rescind the contract, and
idea Law Library Buildincr
'. 2-e that the Irwe::. an ins'gnif.-:
to have done so they could hasfuL.y ,I a Memphis paper of Saturday said: .
can stream could: be: made an oven OCALA FLORIDAE.
ilk. is said that there were more i! proven that there was no as-, ue of connection. They me every .i Death of Judg Charles Swayne "We have started towards public
sault and completely exonerated the of these utilities and
Fourth of Tit-tims this ownership
July rear peion with c-oldness and deride I : Judge: Charles Swayne of the United W. DAVIS.
ol ; than previous Americans : young man of this charge. which had j should not go backwards. the average -
year. the belief of the Manchester people ;i i States court for the northern district
j in the !
blackened reputation con undertakers of these
t seem entirely too robust in celebrat- ; 1 1 that the canai-zation of the rice !I private ATTORNEY AT LAW \
munity. of Florida is no more having liberal \
i1.g the national holiday. | j i activities will exact profit and a -
{ : would be of benefit, not only to :Manchester
& .. Judge Loving without seeking toj; one. and a city properly governed -
i bat to:: all England. In thf Pennsylvania Gary Block.
find out whether or not the storY was: j I can save that profit. This matter
3'( Now that Croker's son has painted ; f early: stages of the fight the OCALA FLORIDAR.
t., true, blindly and in a fit of passion :; between private and public ownership
his automobile green there is a]
found the the 5th.Judge.
; : same apathy and lack of
i takes the life of the young man. and I of the businesswas
j street sprinkling
chance of his father's resuming his
general knowledge of the subject Swayne became embittered: D.

old place at the head of Ta.mmAnyHaJ1Atlant.a I.after his acquittal leaves the impression -1! that obtained: in this country when I in politics, so much so that he allowed fought over some years ago FULLER.DENTIST.. '
upon the minds of the public thathe when private parties had projected
Journal. j !the National Rivers and Harbors Congress his mind to become biased and it ascheme Over Munroe & ChamblisBank;
whole of the assault was
story first took up and agitated the never regained its normal condition. to make a little fortune out OCALA FLORIDAJ.
between his daughter and !
jf: Judge J. F. Wellborn, a prominent concocted i!I question of a well defined program of and in consequence he made himself of street sprinkling.

citizen of Sanford. at one time a !!himself. i I It is the same complaint wherever
f for improvements by this government. I unpopular as a presiding judge. E. CHACE, D. D. S.
What embarrassing
elector the democratie an i j a controls. Tbey
presidential on his child in. i Finally, however the :Manchester I Congressman Lamar instituted im j company gradually

ticket and who has held other im-j I a father to place citizens won. Tbe British govern peachment proceedings against him crawl up in price and squeeze out DENTIST.Holder .
The whole is a hltmtaatinlone g j
oSces in the is dead. story every cent possible. :Municipal own
pcrtaat state.
1 ; be washed ment determined, in order to still the I in the congres of the United States
and is: too shocking to j
l' b ership of utilities in Jacksonville has
; ;, of cleanliness by the {agitation to canalize the stream. Fif- and the legislature the state of Block.
Judging from the rapid fire com- unto any sort opened a good many eyes and city
I Florida. .
i i jteen million pounds. sterling or by an almost unanimous request OCALA, FLORIDA
ramfcatioas the Puma Gorda candidate verdict of any jury. after is in line
city falling while none
g' ''about $75.*,"-> ','.<*". was expended and asked that he be impeached.
the verdict of
: j Commenting upon
for governor is giving to the > the wisdom oi this investment but the impeachment proceedings are contracting with private corpor- MISS FLORENCE BRIGGS.
was I
the Live Oak Democrat :
press he must be getting lonesome. i the jury says ations. We know it is hard on the
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almost failed but the failure
this proved with the opening of the did not increasehis
verdict in
Don't fret General there will be others "Every jury couatryjin trusts and
: they
are making
; the demands of the canal in lS&2. Prior to that time popularity in Florida. .

: [ to eoiae..-Pensacola Journal. ; 'unwritten conformity law'to means that much l!(i Manchester exports were sent overland By permitting his mind to become effort to stay all municipal ownership -

i I plans but they are being turned downright
i to Liverpool and transshipped, a soured he died unregretted."Jess I Commercial Bank.
All low temperature records for nearer to the fearful hell of anarchy
and left. Chattanooga, Char /
{[ slow and OCALA FLOR .DAJerry
expensive method that effectually
July were broken at Cleveland, the is our social state, that much increase'in I
i lotte, Atlanta :Macon Brunswick
and j
mercury falling to 46 degrees below | contempt for all written law. that !I kept down the export business LafSn. other cities have i ..

zero. There was more or less frost. (much less protection for human life : of Manchester. In 1S55. three I The candidates, present or prospective adopted the municipal -

!! years after the -opening the inimedi- are not doing all the "jes ownership plan but none, so far I
that !
which it is believed caused damage to I and all forms of human rights
iL f i! effect laffin" these as known, are contracting or renew
ate of times. The
mention of
vegetation in the country districts. I much more murder and that many ;I waterway transportation I! I Burnett
COD Tacts with
trust ,
was apparent in increased trade. In i certain: men for prominent places companies.-
more murderers. Give the spirit be- : II I
I 1! that year :h"'a ue of of |!| would touch the funny bone of a Metropolis. I
fuul exports yarn
.:' t-: Mark Twain gets thirty cents sword hind this unwritten law play J;.
-1 i: the barbarism of and c:ut. alone; had risen to $_' ..*.- I' wooden Indian.-Lakeland Xews. Merchant
for all be writes and he gets !!and we go back to ]I It I I
tt: 7'sr;. 71-- while I Dispatches from India report that
in 193
t ten
when the years
the pay just the same whether the I the breech-clouted savage la-I I the
ter, hey ha-i totaled |J54.o<-"Ni. Congressman: Sydney J. Bowie of dissatisfaction among the nativesis
and therein
articles are prime or not Xo other j authority of all! law is denial: II

b author in the world has commandedso !! of violence is universal." i:! Thus :n a uecade: 'he canal so stimu-i i i Alabama has been interviewed by the rapidly increasing. According to Tailoring.Ocala
I laced i a correspondent, who has made 5e1eral .
high a price for his productions.The j The Courier-Journal says: : ... as to force an increase ofj i Birmingham Age-Herald! and this
tours of
$' :11 )" -.. Bengal. revolt is being
"Altar i there is reported to bej i ii .L '
j j distinguished Alabamian is reported preached in many provinces and the
i ever has been the contention of
government receipts a: Tampafor stro'jig against Judge Loving, !
I the Ito have said: "We have nothing I natives are being! trained to fight.
the fiscal year ended June 30 I that paned Virginia gentleman I II i Rivers and Harbors (on- to I Florida.

1907 from customs, internal revenue says ; no fear. After once having gress that Manchester's experiencewith j,I expect from the republicans, and Bryan -- I

and postofflce were 2.525.763.40.. For,I se 1 a license to cut a wide i: waterway transportation wii! bei i who seems to be in command of' : Finest Imported and;

I double-barreled shoTgunj i duplicated in'this country.. once a!: the democratic forces, has about fixed i Domestic Cloths. .
the year ended June 30, last, the figures swath a ;

were $:.7 11.;%.47,. showing ai in a pt loving land, why should a I!iI systematic development of rivers and j] our doom for 190S.:' This ;.- BABY'S D DREADFULCASEOFECZEMA[ l lG 1 Cutting a ": pecia\).A

j harbors is undertaken. The downright sad. The Alabama *
net increase of S1S5.033.07. man b* raid? i jt prediction cun-j Fits .. .

I The Richmond Tim .Dispach,t' has been made time and again, gressman is wearing a gloomy set ot ,

The in serious swan- that the immense tonnage of Pitts- spectacles. He has early grown m '' .
Tampa News says it is about !{ cow' ago a more jrose. G [ \

time for Albert Gilchrist to begin !:InE this verdict says: i burg-the greatest of any city in the I But what's the matter with: !I : -

kissing the babies. In this respect at '4 .cquiuai of Juudge Loving is !I worldwould be vastly increased I! :Mr. Bowie's friend, Judge Alton B !' : TO THE CITIZENS OF MARION

least Candidate Burr will have the e1 to alarm the state. If this | were the Ohio river made fully navi-l Parker I i who has had only one bite at i! -,-

t best of the Punta Gorda candidate I m.... and verdict establish a precedent -;; sable- from the Smoky City to its con- i I the cherry Mr. Bryan is not a monopolist I Extended Over Entire BOdy-Mouth I I COUNTY

\e is in better practice.-Pensacola i in Virginia hereafter when a !faience with the Mississippi. The | -not even of the democratic: ; Covered With ;

!iI towns lying nominations for Crusts ? Thirk. ....... ac
Journal. Ii i woman charges a man with an offense along the stream would president and isi j ""

i I against her honor. and mates ;. be stimulated: : by this traffic and the! willing to acquiesce in anything thei Finger Which Wo'uhf Bleed and You're sure welcome at our

The Russian government is showing it to a male member of the family. :| new transportation opening afforded i democratic party may do. Suppose II Suppurate Disease Ate Large store. In fact, we are very

feverish activity in pushing the l! and so inflames his passion as toi i,j their factories, mines and farms. j we bind up the wounds put liniment Holes in Cheeks Hands Pinned anxious to have you come in

distribution of 25'KW.oOO acres of I cause a "brain st rnf' such a man Evidence is multiplying to prove: : on the sore places of the gentleman !i Down to Stop Agonized Scratching and inspect the finest drugstore 4

crown, state peasant and bank land !T will be justified in slaying the: person that tbe federal authorities: are awakening -from: Esopus (we believe tha is the : -Three in the South.
Doctors' i
which it has been decided to distribute j accused. It will matter not whetherthe to the necessity for adopting a place i and lead him onto the track Best Efforts Ij I .
': Failed Give
in average lots of tweny.fiwacres voman'story btne .;r fal?: vigorous policy;: with regard to river'once more. If you think it would &* ': to Relief

to individual peasant settlerson w'nfher", it be an exa2eraTion-- 0a and harderork: Pr's.ient: Root ,. '. a picnic: : for the republicans just: I .- OUR PARCEL BUREAU

easy payment terms. ;I pure iaiemion." Not a v-ori vi t>-;sutuony :- velt gat" the movement a powerful whisper it softly. BUT CUTICURA WORKSA i;

: can be introduced in the court: "'.uo.-t"' .1-n; h- named th? :inlandv.a'tr ,, i We will be glad to take vary:
"What is a democrat plaintivelyasks TO impeach the witness. The only: a (,0l. :issioD. and (":-r.rrESSI It seems that Hon. John Temple ;: MIRACULOUS CURE :, of your parcels while y.-j ark// :

the New York World. By its t thing necessary will br to make the is exp-rvi: ::o frame another_-- ap- Graves editor, publicist:: politician, .- : in town. Bring them i l.i: :and t\

persistency in asking this question it jury believe that she toM such a sto- pre<:,'!:ic1 b.l:: at the' coaling: session.; : presidential: ambassador etc., is often I: old"When he had my little boy was six months : well take care of them. u:. .

acknowledges its ignorance of its 'Qto the. prisoner at the bar and that Only; in "h." way can the >vurf i so ezc ma. The sores extended ; ..
called on for an explanation: of his: quickly over the whole body that you won't lose them.
meaning. It was not always so. The the shock: of it drprhtr hin: of hs prose-c";;..j '\-:_orOl1SY: f.r ngya : : we at once called in the doctor. We ;

rrYT World was once a bright, particularstar rta-on for the monff. If the pris- ,']>:-o:.ri1':''-,:::,. :t'has been :'):,n'!. are wanting Mr. Bryan :o nominate Mr. could then went to another doctor, but he ;!
i not help ium: and OUR DRUGS ARE ALL FRESH AND PURE
in the democratic costly: A little: Roop.f'Jf: president at the next ; in our despair !
firmament. we
at:'-r wa= once a drunkar.l aril i had n.oney. -!' ''ad o- :r asiMe went to a third one. Matters

injures: his brain and vrtal-.enfd: his numb.-r of I'-l'hiS.: r"Il.kr :: i'I :. national democratic convention. Al-';! his cheeks so bad that he had regular holes became in :i and you make no niNtaki-::

Hudson Burr is probably wondering will power by strong .Irink so much! to complete; :Ts en'.r: "' any tno' in the: n. d"t of one of his eloquent I; Into. The, large food enough had to to be put given a finger !: when you bay :your ,tru_- vt
whether his friends consider him too the ?b<:':!".r for :.;.> cas,. He will he work. with the result: that: incj.ylete: ] exordiums the propounding of the I a spoon, for his mouth was covered us.
1 with I
big a man to lose from the railroad' less pon.-ibl"! to a1t.at.. oth*:-r- contract? have: Ln the or j.in the question dos not seem to embarrass! crusts he opened as thick the as a finger,and w henever !

commission or too small a man for wise he: would hal -!:. pa:'t. and unds have t" 'en espniedtnat the sweet Georgia singer" a little J to bleed aid suppurate mouth, as did they also began his Hunter

the governorship. Xo sooner bad he :, "Can any doctrine more dangerous:: brought benefits to nor.e. bit His ready answer it that hp is a | eye.short the Hands whole, arms, chest and back,in Drug Company ,
announced his candidacy for the gov-r than this be imagined? I7 is simply Silver Spr.ngs and Blue: Springs, if emocra: from principle and not :'! and over. We had'no was rest;covered by day over .:

ernorship than partisans of his at divers ; astounding. Wtr have the: Southern: properly utilized: can be made to du from interest' Just<: how that la an night.bed Whenever he was laid in his or t'I'
il we had
points in the state began to insist instinct. We understand why a Virginia for Ocaia what Irwell has done for answer does not appear to the plain otherwise he would scratch hands his down, "
that he should remain on the ; jury will not convict a man who :Manchester :: seeker after information. But his j!i must make an ooen >nrt-. M.i .a.ILUUA:-,- His L' lace and

rairoad commission. To say the least: has slain another. provided only he knowledge that. his explanation does "We ha.e'itched finally thought most fearfully! The Marion

it is enough to produce a reflective can induce some woman in his fontily ,! THE EXPERTS NOT INEXPERTSA not explain does not worry the editor I send help and I had made up nothing'could my mind to *

I to swear in court that she toll i i : of the Georgian, either. for he is a ; hoping my that wife the with the child to Europe, ,
The Ocala Banner is pained to announce : cloud-man-he I sea air might cure him. Dunnellon' Bi\-t : !. .It1 i.
him the victim had dishonored her. ;., news item has gone out from Tal- ;' soars higher than the otherwise he was to be put under good r'.

the death of Rev. Joseph F. 'It matters not how bad the man may lahassee that the expert accountants eagle in his flight and the little perplexing medical blessed, care there. But. Lord be ; DUNNELLON

Shands of Fort Myers. He was abe!;I It matters not how bad the woman I I employed by the problems of. earth, political or i I we soon matters saw a miracle.carne differently, and FLORIDA ;
: original committee! friend
man of note. Besides being a mem- !! may be. The law is no respecter :!j;! to investigate the acts of the internal \: otherwise, give him but little care. !:i I I a ours trial spoke with about Cuticura Cuticura. We made J

ber of the Florida Methodist Conference ;John Tempe was not moulded for and Soap, Ointment. '
I of A plea which suffices i Resolvent
persons. ; improvement II and
board had within Rates
made an error -i two ten days or j Sl.50 to 82.50 per dav.i .
he was at one time superintendent in one case must be quite sufficient':j' of $29 in things of the earth. earthy. ]1 wks; we noticed a decided im
figuring the of I ,
pay Just
of public instruction for LevyI I'in another. And why should a woman of the members for 29 days. This .; -j- !i I I'I sickness had appeared as quickly it also began as the 1 i Under Xew Management ,

county, and later held the same: office be necessarily involved? If a bit of information The program for President RooseI"elt's I disappear and within ten weeks to F '
I the
was sent out with child j Refurnished t.
in Lee county. He took great i man hears from any source a charge ,, a great flare of trumpets. But it now i; \ trip down the Mississippi in ;i! was smooth was absolutely and white well as l. and his skin I Through

interest in both religion and educa against another which so October tea been given out by Secretary ;> F. $ohrath, President never before.
enrages ; of !
I turns that the
out there was no error. :Mr.I I Ii Hohrath C. 1.. Porter Meets all Train
tion. He. married the daughter of a i him as to produce a brain storm, :J i I Buckman, chairman of the committee. i Loeb. It will be preceded by an j I! Silk Ribbons.Company; to 20 Rink Manufacturers cf !

pioneer citizen of this county. She whether the story be true or hei i ; address at the McKinley monument Bethlehem, Pa. Alley, South I share
I cot, says that there was no error and I i June 5. 1905." We Solicit a of the public

was Miss Collins, the daughter of,, is justified in committing murder. what is I dedication at Canton 0., September Compete Ererstl and Iltl'ru
more proceed to prove It, Ivery uu.or Trest!seat ff patronage.
John F. Collins, who is remebered This must not be the practice ia'j jI 'I land does prove it. 30, and will end with a speech at CuUl'ln or CUUCll.3.of I..1It3 asap IZ5c., caldron, to tlesi. and e Adu the Li POnf.&s -

with affection by our older citizens. Virginia. We are carrying the "unwritten I The acts of the board be 1'..Memphis, after which there will be a SwSSSgSSfrSSiMKS
I may correct -
state of mind.St.. Augustine Record. law and the doctrine irre-i I I in I II I quids return to Washington. i iI tamu=bout the e Id. Mrs. Kilpatrick, Prop.
every particular. We are sln- ii e .. Nie Prod., POUt Dnyj
I i I i tlt ltrltd". rwit :.toll. Mix
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF I William D. Eminis-or, Basil S. Harrison 1. l>. B. Ral-Jw: in. . . . 2 00 tively, and pay, the same to the county WONDERFUL GOLD LEAF

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS F. E. Caldwell. R. A. Carlton, treasurer.
W. R. Caldwell L. :M Graham H. 13Long 'Argo
By produces.IJ for cash: 3.70 The county treasurer filed his reposhowing The
(Official.) A. B. Rou John H. Roller, W. process by which gold i> mad

C'. Jeffords Total. . . . . .$108.60 receipts and disbursements
M. J. John H.
Tuesday, July :2nd, A. D. 1907. Chittey, into thin leaves is called gold, -!b+'at.n: .:. Red
Brooks John Martin, Joseph Shu- C. W. Turner.A as follows:
Board of County Commissioners As yet, the use of machinery for i.;
met 'h regular session on this day. ford, Frank II. Lyttle, W. O. Massey road petition was filed with the School Fund ; -

Pr efe lit lIon. John L. Edwards: U Columbus Dozier, William Milligan,Tucker Daniel, F.C.E.Smith.Harris board requesting the granting of a Receipts . . . .$7473.88 purpose is very limited, nearly all no.d: : Salmon

chairman; N. A. Fort, C. W. Turner.J W. Kilpatrick. public road from Ocala to Stoke's ferry Disbursements . . 7470.97 leaf being beaten by hand.

M. Matthews. beginning at a point 654 feet north Balance. . . . .$ 2.91 First the gold is cast into oblong, '
Minutes of last meeting were rand of sec 26, tp 13, r 21, i -
Wednesday July 3rd, A. D. 1907. of the nw cor Road Fund
amended as follows: thence from said point s 41 deg 30 ingots, about three-fourths of an inch i THE POOR MAN'S MEAL
Receipts. . . .$67S1.76
The heretofore filed with Board met pursuant to adjournment
petition min w to a point or place known as Disbursements . . 531.69 in width and weighing two ounces THE RICH MAN'S RELIISH

'. t the Board, asking that the Board all members present, except Stoke's ferry, passing through a partof Balance . . . .$6250.07
grant a'road as follows: Commissioner Ryles, who was absent secs 23, 26 and sec" 34, tp 15, r 21. each. These ingots are passed between ..

Beginning at a point on the Martel 3, 4, 9, 8, 17, 18 and. County ProperRecE.ipts. steel Ready for the table
and through sees polished rollers and flattened as soon as the
road section line between sections from the state. . . .. .. .$1791.08
on 16 21 tlso through secs 24
fourteen and fifteen (14 & 15), township The following bonds to carry fire- 19, tp and r 34; 16 20 and thro' Disbursements . .. . 1791.03 out into "ribbons" about 1800of can is opened, or may be served in e
25 26 35 tp r
Balance. . . . . .$ .05
fifteen south of range twenty-one arms were approved and licenses or- secs 3, 4, 9, 8, 17, IS! and 19.tp17r2f:! an inch in thickness. The ribbons, 77 different ways ARGO SALMONis T
east running thence south along the The said petition was signed by a Fine and Forfeiture Fund

said section line three and one half dered T. J.issued Cook, ,viz. W.: L. Brooks, F. D. number of citizens and laid over until Receipts. . . . . .$ 937.i8 are then softened by heat, and cut in the famous red salmon of the

miles to the southeast corner ot sectIOn Roberts, S. A. Smith, Ivey E. Williamson the next regular meeting: of the board. Disbursements . . '5S9.96 to pieces exactly one inch square. One North, caught in ,Alaska's icy wa

thirty-six, township fifteen south, Balance. . . . .$ 357.82 ters. There
L L. Horne. F. W. Guess, It was ordered that W. P. Chalkerbe hundred and fifty of these pieces are is no better salmon

range twenty-one east on Shady John S. Grantham, II. A. Reynolds, authorized to have made at the Special Road Fund pacted. It was awarded the Grand

Grove road: also a road beginning on C. I_ Young. .) -ala Iron Works twenty beds for the Receipts . . . . .$1650.31 placed between vellum leaves, one :

the Shady Grove road one quarter Notary bond of Mary E. Engle, with jail, at a cost of $4.30 each.It Disbursements. . . . piece above another, and the entire Prize (the highest ever given) at

r.orth of section line dividing sections II L. Anderson and Jake Brown as was ordered that a committee Balance . . . .$1650.31: pile is enclosed in a double parchment the World's Fair, St. Louis.

twenty-four and twenty-five, township sureties, was approved.The consisting of Commissioners Edwardsand Building Fund case, and the inch pieces are extended

fifteen, range twenty-one east Board thereupon passed the Pyles arrange for necessary lighting Receipts . . . .$236i.90Disbursements to four-inch squares. They Try it. 20 Cents a Con.

running thence west to section line fcllowing' resolution: at the county jail. . . . 1844.45

between sections twenty-two and Whereas, about the 4th day of June, Bill of the Florida Plumbing & Balance. . . . .$ 523.45 are then taken from the case, and

twenty-three, township fifteen range 1898, the Board by its chairman executed Electric Co. for furnishing and putting Total receipts . . .$23002.71Total each square is cut into four pieces.

twent'-two east, which road is I intend to J. W. Alexander a deed to in combination gas and electric disbursements . 12228.10 I The pieces thus obtained are then 0. K. GROCERYCLARK

? f to connect the Shady Grove lot 3 of block 33 old survey: Ocala, h3 fixtures, as per agreement for $897.60, Balance . . .$10774.61 placed between "gold-beater's skin"a

with the Cotton Plant road at or'. having paid $lo0 therefor, the value was ordered paid, the same having Justices of the peace filed their retorts delicate membrane prepared( BROS., Props., Ocala, Fla.

near the driving park. The petition I. fixed by the Board at its meeting in been examined and approved.Bill ) showing fines imposed and castsas
taving been filed October, 1905 page February 1898, as shown by the audi- of the said mpany for difference follows: from the large intestine of an ox- -- .

41, upon: motion it was ordered that tor's books, which deed does not appear in changing !light for two light I made into piles again enclosed in a Good to Read About Prosperous
. I the said petition be refused. It was is claimed to have ordered paid. Alexander Wynne. J. O. Turnipseed. Times in FloridaIn
; of record, and fixtures. 4$4.74, was parchment case, and again beaTen,
. motion of Commissioner | and ]! R'. X. Jackson D. R. Zethrouer. M.JH. .
ordered switch
upon misplaced.It in tuny
been lost or For putting : : but this time with a hammer of light renewing his subscription to the F
Fort that the said road above refused, is therefore ordered that the lights for chick dials, $t.i_.SO, was ordered ; Rou nothing: D. L. Grantham.
be and the same is granted, as a chairman be and he is hereby authorized paid.It fines. $650, costs, $_9r.O: T. L. Johnson weight. Ocala Banner, Mr. Geo. D. Robertson '

reighborhood road with the understanding to execute another deed to said was ordered that L. B. Marsh be "I fines. $14, c.'t!'. $18.39: E. S. These wonderfully thin gold leaves of Adrian, Mick says:

that the same is to be openedand appointed mark and brand inspector Smith tine!'. $1l>. ousts. $5.10: R. C. I are taken up with wood pincers, placed Dear Old Banner: We still have .

maintained by the citizens andexl.en no lot.The John L. Edwards district No. 13. Douglas; fine. $e.0, costs. $6.45: C. R.Wai .
report by Mr. t\t Frt McCoy on a cushion, blown out flat, and faith in Florida. About all the sunshine -
to Marion County.The the Hard Roads Association that Ed Washington fins, S:!:;: costs, $10.01; S. A.
: e delegate to It was ordered
as carefully: cut into squares three and we had here until after the 10th
latter part of the descriptioncf at Pensacola, was read and be committed to the county poor farm I Bullock, tines, $3oO, costs, $54.97.
been inadvertently The tax collector filed his report of one-fourth inch in size. The squares of June came with the Banner. Since
above having .
filed__ away.The for thirty days.E.
omitted in the minutes of June n bill of the Fielder Allen Company L. Carey appeared -before- toe !licenses collected and poll tax. $46.50; are placed between the leaves of paper that time we have had plenty of our

A. D. 1907, the said minutes aantendrl was laid over until the next board and explained that he had reimbursed e-tras, $7; regular, $37; total, $90.50. books, which have previously own shine. We have had the most

to read as above. Board, on account: ,of Ice & Fuel Com- The board thereupon adjourned to I
so as meeting of the the Ocala I been rubbed with red chalk to prevent unfavorable farm weather we ha"eever
Harris appeared before having beenitceived. from the meet on Tuesday after first Monday
Mr. F. E. of the furniture not for $220.30 collected
some pany
here I
Each in fifty notice
adbessions of the gold. seen years.
ben I S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk.
his August.
the Bard and asked that paper said company and which suit was I
the book contains twenty-five by the Banner that Florida is making

btaii laws. After consideration by o notice heretofore advertised for the the supreme court having decided that Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pearson Cox will squares of leaves of gold, and in this good along the whol line. Hope she

thaVard, it was ordered that the erection of cement walks and curb the county was liable for the amount, arrive in Ocala tomorrow from Talal- form the leaf is sold-not by weight will continue. If we cannot enjoy

1 riming of the same, having: been :in around the courthouse block from the it was ordered that Mr. E. I* Carneybe has see and will visit relatives here but by superficial measure.-Select, your sunshine and good things we ;

the year 1905 given to the Banner, Woodmar Sand & Stone Company, the reimbursed for said amount and a .
ike read about them.Chewers
that the said printing be and is hereby Fitzgerald Company. O. Petrie; and it warrant was drawn for the same. I for several weeks. ed. to

t awarded to the Ocala Star for the appearing to the board that the bid of The hoard. havinedetermined the
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said laws, for 1907. was the best all count i
II liming of the I the Fitzgerald Company amount to be raised for
E The matter of the road leading bid it was ordered that the contractbe purposes ordered the following levy a

frm St. John's Church to Juliette, awarded to said company. The made for the year \. D. 1906. on all of
and discussed by different : Mr. Hocker thereupon drew property in Ma
was taken up attorney, the real and personal
: parties, pro and con, and the up a contract with the said company! rion county, subject to taxation for who read

petition asking for the ,road to be which was duly executed and filed with I each fund respectively, to-wit: For

blazed out and surveyed, was lam the clerk.: school purposes, 6*_ mills: : for general the information
of the Board to cabinets and shelving for mills fur special tax
over until the -neeting The metal road purposes, 3 ;

be held in August next. the clerk's office having been received to be used exclusively! for the purpose given in this space

Mr L. S. Light and Mr M. l* and the same having been properly of constructing macoailamized: or

Payne appeared before the Board arranged and set up in the vault in other surface road-, I,: mill; county in next week's

with reference to the dangerous condition I the courthouse, as per contract with proper fund. I1- millbu.Iding: ; funl. paper

of the road running througha the Art Metal Construction Company 2 mills; total. 131Z uil. i
ponl n..1rlr.': Light's place, the and the board having examined the An occupational t.es < f.1) per (ert. will then know why

said matter of repairs to the road same and being satisfied with the of the amount ii 'j iu.i-i : !,y tb- -'..t.

\\-as. ui','.n motion referred to com- : ame, it was ordered that a warrant is i! hereby imp\ <<--I "n '. cry buMr" > ".. SCHNAPPS and other of
and :Matthews, ?3S 5.33 payable to said company; occupation c-un-.l .". '
m-ir- :'s Turner !IfiT $: I profession
the same. f"r xi \ : .: brands shown
for Florida as
uith! ..utr to act ..be drawn i Marion counu the Reynolds
before from Dr. G. B. j I and 5 t':- ,
lrU..n Gibson appeared: 1 A communication i state licence i? required ;,

i'!L.' '. K ",rl and made some complaint '! Faramore with reference to the time !j j'fur I I'If. said board is ordered to, : .. : rr by Internal Revenue statistics
the Ock.iwr wild deer in Marion coun- .
.-J. rrf.-n to lighters on hunting same to the tax assessor I
.. Commissioner Fort was tak-en t}>' the board and read j of the >!'- ,::.,' "dlO.1
1Jl\ The trustees the
: ..i ; : was I made
fJ l' "? ,. ...1 tu look after the matter. I'r the said letter-- tiled for informaI districts of Marii-n\ c 'un'x Fl.wi.l'.l.! I ,I-/ for a year,
i II .
..;..i1L. .,..inner Fort haying heretof I : j numbered fl'm one tthirty-t'\ Lr
toin.t that the owner be alIfWtd tVu-i\tl\: ::'. _
committee ordered >
!'. n appointed a i It was texctpt .
upon the road to redet-ii 1.:1) feet: north an.l the bounJur.-- ea: h arh.,'' >.' .:" _
an.l rnort
te :
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the Nor -f lt 1. blk 13. South suhip'-f, ,'" --- u
10 IKh.r ..it.nu.-a.. ; known a* '! !'.uth on end :'et f -!'Ih, \.1 the y a w
of the fa.? : :
valk! i .-.a.! :ri-rted adversely and the |i Lake Weir, up 'n pavnent meat .h'J\\'i! -: the air'<\*r.t
omittedHa ..
adopted.'! : due of the Ctrtitiate and necessarily ..:td Icgra'.ly : > 1 1fi 1. .
j..1; I'i t it was \
Board that Cit taxes without interest: ; and j jv.eik II >r th- .-';; i-f the '
It a'I" arg:: : to the \ 1"5 I II'I"1t.n.t
half of the direct to certify the same j jjt .d fund 10 the fund .t' t!::- : '.:
ru, ,ui'x !had n.t paid : ; was jsch ):
,>vn,e p f Mr. J. "'. Waters, fcr rea.rinScrtam I .) the comptroller. doins; j j l< n>uinr; scil: >"..asiovttr: .' ;.i. i\j:. '
bridge stung against elf 'ist" >r
matters at the I A petition pn certiiud: t ) the rats :
Mr. I
I.innell.n. it:1: ordered, that away with the iX rwalk road from |, each:: to be assessed: and v .r-
at ,
wanant: I- drawn for SU.v 0>. in faro '"..1111..ner'5 to Sharpe's ferry was !I;i..n the tax.-ble iiroperty :: : L

ana that the: clerk l..d. pecai! sub--ch..l ,1irc- :
it t d I!, !" ml Waters: county for the I Commissioner Turner filed his re- j I year. tie a-sess.ir, is h..r. rto :: :-....ctedI
lull to Citrus i L
in- nt a is as'follows
which ,
I I of the hoer farm, assess: ar.d the eo'tkit; ':' .o collect
1-:11.1! I alll"milt.
appeared before I I the tdxaMe property :n tae said respective
: on
J. 1_ B. Hudgens .
reductionor Report of Poor Farm sub-school dstri, ts as. f >!-
th.. Board and requested a I ,
i'1.. the assessment on the north halfofnorthwest To the Honorable Board of C runty ;; lov\s: wonderful gain of six and one-\
i- section ten ana i Commissioners: I visited the poor I 1. Ocala. 3 mills; 2. Mclnt.h.: -
quarter v.
: section sixteen 1 29th and beg to submit.. mills: 3. Belleview, 3 nulls: ; 4. Fartville. -
the n..rth half of on June net
as. fourth million pounds or a
fifteen range twenty, to fifty the following report on the same 3 mills; 5' Dunnt-I'on. 3 tr.- ,
t.nMiip said re- L Reddick. 3 mills; 7. Pine Le\-!1. Z
,Cots per acre: and the follows: number,, W -. one-third of the entire
inmates are eight in mill: :s. Mayville 3 m.lls: 9. *:i gain of
grant"tTht The
qu --t was approved pensiOD and three colored, the same dale, 3 tilts: 10. Citra. 3 mill! : 11
:' Board frl'.ovs then: !II las I \'c':last report. They all seem to beiin Griner Farm, 3 mills: 12. Buck p.r. L increased consumption of l 1 111 gl ll

claim, as Edwards Mrs. health. The field cropsisjnera'ly 2 mills: 13 Sparr. :1 mil! '!.-; 14. Cani--:
E. good
rs. Frances l1rs. E. R. i very look very well 3 mills; 15. Fellowship 3 nnli-: chewing and smoking
Ferguson. !
Na/cty B 17 Blitcht-, ;J
MrsFan"ft 3 mills
C. Lewis, find financial re- 16. Electra ;
Br4.bv Mrs. Mary FaY. 3rs. j Ii Hereto attached mills; 18. Martel, :2 mills: 19. F,.rt the 'l ) rr 't\
r:. Gary.Mrs\J o.t for the same. :: rr.al-! tobacco in Unitedt) ,
Waterman, ; . .$ 35.0C King 3 mills: 0. Capulet. : t 1 .

Mary\ J. Pt'lot, Mrs. Martha AHick ure-ribtendent.. . . . 18.00 21. Linadale, :2 mills; :22.: Cotton Plant.S ;
Marsh States
Mrs M E. help.
E. Ford. Mr>. Hired ironing ., 7.00 mills; 23. Orange Lake, 3 mills: 1 hn .
Nancey and
-' .n.rs. Mrs. Julia! E. Washing . . .10.00 2!. Cottage Hill 3 mills: 2" Miss +
Flewellen. .
Cr''' T. Mattle Harvey, Mrs ICooking. . . 4.10 Bluff. 3 mills; 26. Fairfield, 3 mills: TOBACCO CO. .1
Th.i : CSira R. J. REYNOLDS
Mrs. Martin & 3 mills 29. Pedro 3
hristIe.T. Works . %.75 27, Charter Oak. ;
J. t" approved the following Ocala l Wagon ,. .. ... *-*STydings mills; 30. Kendrick; 2 mills; 31 Ok- I N. C. '
:r Board also H. B. Masters 32.: Heidtville, 3 mills. V/irSTOH-SALEM,
: . . -.& law-aha. 3 mills;
soltrtersclaims Co
. (I JimW -. Pitt- & Pasteur .. . 1.SSIclver The same .being the rate of millage I
I Martin, &
William E. ,. J. O. Turnip- Helvenston . . 2.60 designated by the board of trustees of i .
Iartl MacKay
Herman C. ) & I
man William Know- Co. . . 21.57 said special school districts respec :
Walker. Lime -
seed. H. C. 1Carroll, Standard -

block, R I. Hull Benjamin

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"Death's stadow falls upon all that IA MICANOPY

The manner in which the peopleof Editor and the Postmaster Its
lives. It is the law of nature that exempts I GLOTHINCiI [
:Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Miami and vicinity rallied to the PopulationMr. i
nothing from the sway of this I
all potent king." The home of Mrs. S. D. Feaster at: support of the two solvent banks yesterday i C. H. Patterson. in a letter to

Micanopy was the scene of a merry I the Courier-Journal says he once
Mr. Janit-s Donald Ferguson. paid Immediately following the suspension -i I
social gathering Thursday evening, | bad an experience in running a newspaper -
the ransom of life ten minutes to of the Fort Dallas National i i
July 4, where she entertained in [I that has never been duplicated. i
nine o'clock en the 27th day of May,
Bank, and at a time when a heavyrun !i
honor of her niece, Miss Lucile Moore,, He says:
1907, after an illness extending over
five month When realizing his ailment of Ocala. was threatened teaches the !I I[,.I "For three months I ran a weekly I I I -

was unusual he went to the The beautiful home was very pret world a beautiful object lesson and I paper in a town with two inhabitantsthe I

John Hopkins hospital at Baltimore, tily decorated with palms and the na: what noble and patriotic men can do. postmaster and myself. It was : j Wake Up !
tional colors, the parlor especially be- That boom
in Congress, Col. was a
Md. for treatment After exami .
an It will be the means of restoring confidence t t
nation by the physicians he was told ing a tasteful arrangement of palms; mining town in 1SS: and miners I You have been sleeping long enough It's very
in local financial COnditiOns.
and the national colors in the formsof j
flocked in there by the hundreds on
nothing: couKl be done for him. On
his return he consulted a specialist at candles, flags and tissue paper. As soon as the suspension of the I account of a 'strike.' Claims were I. true there are lots of people who prefer going to a

The reception hall was decoratedwith Fort Dallas National Bank became gobbled up like hot cakes. their but the
Tampa whj&e verdict was "too late. I II regular clothing store to buy clothing,
palms and flags, while tbe patri "Under the mining law, after $5lQ I
Then it occurred to him that the em- : known, the cooler and wise business better
inent and successful physician at Mi- otic colors and palms were also con I heads of merchants and citizens in''I worth of work is done on a claim it suit you buy will not look, fit or wear any

canopy might relieve him" He deplored spicuous in the dining room. is necessary to insert a legal noticein than one you could buy from us for at least one-
Those in the receiving line were general realized that the heaviest
not being consulted at the beginning a newspaper of general circula- i
Mrs. Sue D. Feaster, Miss Lucile strain, if any came, would be on the third less money.
tion for a period of three months. My
df the growth of tumor, butcarnetly I
and most skillfully combatted Moore of Ocala, Miss Lola Maude bank of Bay Biscayne, because of father held an office in San Juan I i II ii I and the
I We have a big line of Clothing quality
the disease and checked it. The Smith, Mrs. T. M. Moore of Ocala and. President. M. Brown of the Fort county, and whale out visiting him I.I 1t 1-

Iia system could not assimilate nourishment Mrs. John Feaster. I Dallas, being also president of the saw an opportunity to lease a newspaper I t J cannot be excelled no matter what you pay.

The guests were ushered into the plant and make a lot of I II I
sufficient to sustain the body at Bank of Bay Biscayne and expres- money
the turning point for health and the dining room by little Sue Feaster running legal notices. I did so. For I f J We have a lot of teautiful light and dark gray
sions were common: "We must save I
alI : result culminated on the foregoing Moore of Ocala, where delicious several months I did a land office bUS-// f' worsted and plaid suits which we are selling for I
I punch was served by Miss Belle Chit- that bank, and now is the time to do
iness. It thriving little
It date. Xo martyr of old bore with was a
II more fortitude the cross of sufferingand ty and Mr. Eugene Rivers. it." Men who had never carried accounts "The business of the town enabledthe I $10.50; these suits sell everywhere for $15.00 1 and I

breathed more resignedly the i Souvenirs in the form of tiny flags there before rushed off to postmaster to make about $15oo $18.00. We also have blue serge suits at $ J0.50,

prayer. "Thy will be done." He was were presented to each guest by Mrs. gather up their receipts of the two a year. A few months before there I
I worth $15.00. Woolen crash suits from $3.50 to
born at Emathla, Old Town, Marion1 John Hester. days before and place them there was to be another readjustment of .

county, Florida, on the 17th day of Choice music was rendered duringthe while regular depositors added more the postmaster's salary things began I $8.50. Good values.

Ji.p December, 18G: and was the third evening by the Misses Lucile to their accounts. Even savings to drag at Congress. The mines I i

son of the late Ir.eil Fergusonand Moore, Rubie Thrasher, Ella Johnson. banks were robbed and the contents were not panning out well. There i iI I We are closing out all our summer dress goodsat

Mrs. Nancy Brooks Ferguson, LaVerne Bobbitt, Virginia Allen and dumped into the funds of the insti I was a 'strike' made at Telluride, and I I
cost. Special price
who survives him. The youngest Lillian Bauknight.A tution. Every dollar would help, and all of the miners picked up and went I!

1j bairn of the home, bereft of his father guessing contest was one of the they knew it. They were willing to to that place. They were followed j

at the age of eight years, grew to, pleasant features of the evening, the take their chance against loss, and by the merchants, saloon men. gam- | r The Boston Store.

manhood unspoiled by the loving in- prize being captured by Miss Lola took it bravely and fearlessly.For biers dance hall people and all. !

dulgence of Mother sisters and brothers Maude Smith, while Mr. Tom Carlton every dollar that was drawn Within a week there was no one loft I

retaining through life the win. was the recipient of the booby prize. out by the smaller depositors five there but the postmaster, James Edwards -1

ning, gentle and kindly disposition Delicious refreshments in the form were placed against it. The bank and myself Edwards did not -- - -==- --- -- _.. _- -- -- ..
: which endeared him to so many. of ice cream and cake, were served has fortified itself against a possiblerun care to give up the postotfice as long !I .

On the lSth day of November, 1SS7, bountifully, after which the game of and could have paid every draft as it paid so well. He was from i

he was married to Miss Mary Nola "pulling the cobwebs from the: moon"was without a deposit being made that Ohio. :

Sistrunk, second daughter ofIr.. played, furnishing much amusement day, but that was not the question.The "I was tied up with a lot of legal

and Mrs. Thomas J. Sistrunk, of Fellowship -I for all. institution must be saved, and publications. I was certain to get I Fall College Courses For Catalogue & full

Fla., the Rev. J. Roulac offi. The young people present were I. the public manfully, cheerfully and my money for the notices as soon as I with Music, Painting I I Information Address
Misses Lucile Moore of Ocala, Virginia and Elocution. 65th Session John W. Gaines. Pres.
ciating. They made their borne on did their with all their
heroically part they had run the required length of Begins 10.07 L or Wm. S. Cox, Mgr J
his inherited part of the Emathla Allen of Mcintosh, Lucy Crawleyof heart. They cared not how much time, so I could not leave.Ve had I' IuI.=: ...

plantation, endeared from earliest remembrances Social Circle, Ga., Belle Chitty, money the bank bad: It must have everything our own way. I would t .'

and in which, after Mabel Thrasher Rubie Thrasher, El- more, they must do their duty, and help him run his postoffice and he I

twenty ideally happy wedded years, la Johnson LaVerne Bobbitt, Dora they did it.No would help me write hot stuff. set it : ......................... ...........................
he privileged to enter into the May Chitty, Lola Maude Smith, Lillian -
was more beautiful tribute than up, and pull the lever of an old 4 .

life of eternity, blessing by his Bauknight, Mrs. John Hester, this can go out to the world. In the Washington hand press. The postof-

presence and loving counsel this Mrs. O. L. Feaster Mrs. T.1.. Mooreof face of possible loss, financial ruin, fice business was confined almost Adding New Accounts f
home for wife and sons, Donald Neil Ocala, and Messrs. Gus Bobbitt,
and even poverty, if the bank went wholly to handling the circulation of
and Van Hood, whom together with of Gainesville, Leon Thrasher Tom their chance fearlessly I
under they took my paper, the Red Mountain Pilot-
his mother, Mrs. Neil Ferguson, sisters Carlton' Vernon Chitty Buist Chitty, willingly, and helped save the about fifty copies. : ac-I

Mrs. I. L. Montholen Atkinson Eugene Rivers, Oscar Mott, Orion day. The excitement is over. Confi- "The day that the legal notices : We are constantly adding new j j
Feaster and 0. Feaster. .
and Mrs. A. Weathers, and L.
dence has been restored among the last
appeared I told
Edwards that I .
brother. Mr. Robert W. Ferguson, Those present had a most enjoyable few who were fearful of tbe result was going to pull up stakes and leave :: counts, and our business is increasing at i i ;

and many dear relatives cherish and evening and return many thanksto and a day or two hence the businessof His
big salary ran another month
revere the Illt'mooof a true and noble the hostess for her kind hospitality. : a very satisfactory rate. Possibly also ] :
Miami will be rocking along in its and he wanted me to stay, offering to : you i
life faithful to duty. He
even tenor. Its people have demon- divide

united by baptism with the Fellowship strated their worth as citizens. Too ment. up When, but he that found was that no I was induce-determined :. might be glad to join us. .$ .'t ll i
church in 1893 and his Memorable Day '
Baptist up-
much credit and praise cannot
to leave, he said "I'll
: lock
I'.v right life makes doubly sure the assurance One of the days we remember with given them.Miami Metropolis.Good :
pleasure, as well as with profit to our up the postoffice and go, too.:' He :
that "He who loves the Lord
health, is the one on which we became turned the key in the door of the
shall inherit the kingdom of God." Pay for a Kindness Done
acquainted with Dr. I
King'sNew postoffice, and I locked the door of 'OMMERCIAL BANK
He desired the Rev. Z. A. Crumpton to Life Pills,,the painless purifiersthat Miss Ethel Dish of Findlay, Ohio, the r
newspaper office, and both
officiate at his burial, but he being absent cure headache and biliousness, i received 2fl.OOO( from Mrs. Mary M. we I
and keep the bowels right. 25 centsat walked out of town. :
and be\jnd reach of a telegram, Tydings & Co's. drug tsore. x. Kendall, of Oswego, N. Y., whom she OCALA, FL0.
be was laid to rest beside his first son. befriended three years ago in Toledo, .

Thomas Orville Ferguson in the Fellowship The Governor is "Good to Gus." O. Mrs. Kendall was injured on the The Brooksville Argus modestly "''I.......................... ..........................

j Baptist church cemetery on Some men are born great, others street, and Miss Dish saw that she puts the old doctrine, "to the victor

j the morning of the 2Sth of May. 1907 have greatness thrust upon them. was given proper attention. Mrs. belongs the spoils" in the following --..

; with the solemn and impressive burIal Governor Napoleon B. Broward has Kendall promised a reward at the language: -

service of the Episcopal church. appointed M. Augustus Brown ofJacksonlle time. While we do not approve of the ,II

J JI in the presence of his dearest loved to be state inspector of multiplication of officers at Tallahassee DIRECTFROMOURwSt1LL'WILLOW ,
ones, friends and associates After we believe it to be the duty of
I many naval stores for Florida. The job is a merry war, lovers of Geor-

known throughout life. Beautiful a good one and pays from $ ,500 to gia peaches living in New York, Philadelphia the administration to put Its own
and choice tioral tributes testified to and Baltimore have friends, rather than its enemies, in
$:;UOO per annum. won -- --- --
the remembrance by his friends of Governor Broward bas certainlybeen their fight for a reduction in freight all of them, so that it may become

i his love for these fair gifts of the good to "Gus" Brown. Brownwas rates on the lucious fruit. The Inter- strong and effective, and accomplishthe

Creator, covering over the mound chosen by ex-Governor Jenningsto state commerce commission has or- patriotic work for which it was DALEl

1 : made sacred by the repose of his be supervisor of registration of Du- dered a reduction of 5 cents per hun elected.
body. We once heard David B. Hill!
val county. When Governor Brow dred pounds on transportation and ox- .
The most admirable of his ancestral ard was inaugurated he selected 1 1-2 cents a crate in refrigeration on press it thusly: "The ox that plows -o
Scotch-English and French traitsof the furrow is entitled to the "
"Gus" Brown as his private secre- peaches from Georgia points to the hay '

character were ,beautifully blendedin ary. Later, whenV.. Bloxham Pick- three citiesnamed.. The new rate I

his personality; his musical taste ett, sheriff of Duval county died, goes into effect on tbe fifteenth of this )tr. Eugene Jones, with a gangof WHISKEY

with violin, guitar and banjo, accompanied Governor Broward appointed Brownto month, and is the first decision of the workmen, has about completed the ______ __ J

by wife or son on piano filled succeed him. In the subsequent Kind under the new law, as it places grading and paring of Orange avenueto :

many happy hours and soothed many election Brown was a candidate to liability for the icing charges on the the city limits, to Conner with ,
hours of suffering. Wood carving and the excellent i
succeed himself, and received 276 railroads. county road which is &FOLLi985XPRESS
cabinet work was almost a hobby, paved to that iioint. When
votes out of a poll of over 3COO. Governor completed
and his moments of "whittling" pro- Broward then called Brown to Editor Claude L'Engle of the Talla- it will be one of the best dm' >wavs 'j TQTS.cPRtPAID

duced many presents which are cherished a clerical position during the last session hassee Sun will now be compelled to in the county
souvenirs. Being well read, a Send us $2.85 and we will
of the legislature, and now has appear in court at Bradentown. Monday with ship you in a plain
close obsener. possessing the gift of A Missouri case no marks to show contents, fourfull
I made another berth for bim in making was the day set for trial and deprived of her kittens qUtrts of WILLOW DALE
narrative in a most interesting degree him state inspector of naval again Editor L'Engle was absent. If adopted a family of mire> Next ;! Tr it and if you don't find it all express right prepaid.and the

the fund of recollection of his I I stores, to succeed J. R. Parker. The necessary he will be carried to that thing the president will claim that he .-- best you ever tasted send it back to us at our expense -
visits to noted cities and amidst the position of city by force. The people of Manatee is from Missouri.-Atlanta Journal and your $2.85 will be promptly refunded.
pays one-quarter a cent on Isn't that fair
a offer?
fairest sections of the South land,
every barrel produced in this citJacksoD'iIIe county are very indignant over the : Remember
} I we are distillers
yielded untold pleasure to many.In :Metropolis. action of the governor in regard to i Now, if Mayor Schmitz had only ,i I from us you save the enormous,profits so when of the you deal-buy

1SS9 he was appointed notary this case. been guilty of stealing railroads he er- and avoid all chance adulteration.. You are 4

public for the state at large by Gov. Friends of the might have been following a racing I sure of getting our whiskey just as it comes from
president are beginning
Francis P. Fleming, and reappointed to believe that his appointmentof Apalachicola should see to it that I match in his private yacht. L I "\ our\\tv.: distillery, without being tampered with in any

: : successively by: Governors Bloxham, every town on the '
Pearl Wight of New Orleans to be Apalachicola, Chat- I v ,t If you prefer corn whiskey, we will send you
Mitchell. Wm. S. Jennings and N. B. tahoochee It k fl'ur full
commissioner of internal revenue wasa Flint and Chipola rivers Mr. Clements has pone to Tampato # quarts of our ALLAN SINCUWPS CORN

Broward, and was appointed supervisor -j mistake. Wight is identified has an organization that will work I superintend the shipping of his WHISKEY S2.80 express prepaid. You c..u't
of registration in the county of I with for Don't'' buy a better corn whiskey from ehe
the "Lily White"wing of the republican ( deep water at West Pass. household effects to his r.f'hfln.> on _.__4 _. any price. anybody at
Marion in ISt.J. by Governor Wm. S. I of delay, but get down to work. In this 'Orange avenue.The I ( Iur guarantee of
party Louisiana. and the -- ---- perfect satisfaction
Jennings, and reappointed in 1905 by negroes / move I ;: relun,led or iiev
every citizen should be II YIfKQ KWS w Itn
all over the country are expressing an enthusiast -I ,: eery shipment \%e make. Yoii .
Governor Broward, leaving an unex- their indignation. Coming so''j for results. There should I II Ocala Banner will give a Watc :.; 'j'' ,," of run ourcon1piiis.no nk when have you deal uith us as the ownec
pired term. not be resources of a million dollars
a i
close on the heels of the Brownsville laggard.Exchange."American !J -guaranteed by the manufacturers to 1" /iFTCP(0i5TIt9'! and will do exactly as we
health alone him
Poor prevented
affair, it is probable that the solid negro keep good time-to every boy and girl 'irs'} MACON.tip. ,, THE SWIFT sav'I
from taking an active part in the service vote in the next republican boy" day was a unique!I in Marion county who will send in five TrCisiq.iw.b.: MACON CREEK ., ,

of his county and state which I convention attraction at the Jamestown Exposition paid-up weekly subscriptions, and will Owners GA-
will be of Registered
used to block I I Distillery
taste and ability eminently fitted him thepresident's with elaborate exercises at the also give the Weekly Banner free for .,- < ',. No. 29., Swift Creek Ca.

for. His life was brief, as measuredby plans with regard to Sec 'I auditorium, consisting of orations i one year. : -
retary Taft or any other candidate I It will ,
years, but filled to its limit with declamations and music by boy talent give a watch to any boy or I ____
may endorse as his I girl in the --- -
successor. From county who will ----
send in. -
works of usefulness, and proving that gathered from all I H. THALGOTT
parts of the I r
all reports the black men of the country coun- two paid-up subscriptions to the Daily rJ., ,.
however adverse health and circumstances 'try. Wait R. Moorhead ,
-I until Ocaa day, and D. S. Woodrow,. ,
are organizing to make their and will give the Daily Proprietor of the
the spirit will uplift and indeed, President.
strength felt in 1SOS. uniqne will be wit-j Banner six months free. Secretary.
to successful fruition the heritage nessed. DUNNELLON BAKERY.Is B, J.
bring Here is a chance for the bright boy I Potter, Gen. Mgr.
of pure, noble and unselfish in i I! or girl to now prepared to
Five people died in earn a watch with very little ship Bread, Cakes, I WOOD MAR SAND
According Pies, Etc.
fluence.In i to the Washington Her effort during the vacation season. on short notic, a/d
on account of the Intense teat. aId, a jaybird is antees satisfaction In easel ;' *
him was truly embodied the fine There known to have foughta all Builders of
were many other prostratonsand
traits of character symbolized by ttA110"ely tomcat and killed him. We presume CEMENT SIDEWALKSJ'
it Is expected that there =
will be I
colors of the Clan Ferguson other deaths. -Atlanta the cat died of acute indigestion. HANDY MOTH PAPERA I* iiBBKea Dealers In

Tartan. ONE WHO LOVED HIM. Journal. LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers
moth destroyer and disinfectant Education by Mail
A of
young couple recently Placed under ,
were wedded
Mrs. Mary Lenox carpets, or in the foldsof
Anyone desiring the services of a Wood of Portland, No I CONCRETE
at Knoxville, Tena. Each furs and clothing, it drives away home or employment to get in edo, BLOCKS,
competent music teacher will receivea i was Oregon, has been given the title of moth and worry. Twelve sheets In eatloa t'ow)'spare time rtud jmg at homa. PAVING t
aged 14 a Book-keeping', MATERIAL
years. The clerk Issued the ArIthmetic, Algebra, Geometry t
prompt reply by addressing Mrs. 'Mother packet ,
Queen of Oregon." She Is carriage prepaid 10 cents; Grammar.Rhetoric,Science History Latin.eta
II. C. Gates, South Lake Weir, Fla. license under protest, but the parents 120 six packets, 50 cents, if druggist does Tk.r.ngfcljTanchtfcyMaU. TeacherTaUed FENCE POSTS, Etc. j :
7-S-vlt. consented and years old, and Is in full posses- not have it. to paIlS eumiu.tiolill.lOyn.of success.Catalog Estimates and plans furnished and C
called it a love match. sion of all her faculties. Madigan Powder Works, Selection 809 free.Addreas,!,1.llllIES.l'alatkaFla. I.' contracts taken j i 1"
Clarksville, Iowa.
P. 0. Box 956 J V
Ocala. Florida.
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i( DREAM Take Your Local Paper-Take the The St. !I !
Augustine Record copiesan I FROM FERTILE FLORIDA

; Related by Himself. Ocala Banner article from the Savannah News.in I : JI IDIJ:) D IcI VEK and IIIACKA)

The following reasons are so applicable : which it was stated that in answerto I What: is Going; on in the Land of the rLG 10

One night a Drummer dreamed for taking the Ocala Banner I the question of the New York I Grapefruit; and Pine -- lf1 ;;' &
a 'i
dream that we reproduce them as our own. I World, "What is a democrat?" said 1i i The San Mateo Fruit Company .n

And dreaming, dreamed he died They are taken from the Aikia. (S. I that the World had received a three t I shipped the last of its grapefruit la>- t. .. .\[ D -
C. f'iO \"" f_ ... 1
And straightway to the Pearly Gate ) Journal and Review: column letter from :Mr. William Jen- I week. i CURE l-r" ,, r' nE FUNERAL;

His sin-stained spirit hied. Do you subscribe for your local pa nings Bryan, but that tbe explana-I Cantaloupes are being peddled! on i! SALTSICKt \ \rott w7"ff"
? :C:Cll ,
per tions given by the distinguished gen- the streets of Gainesville at 1 "t-'m : !' I.

\1111 tlt+: before the H not, why not? tleman from Nebraska were so in-I apiece. Cf -ASY MARS ider'gtsui ",r.. : AFQ_ r.t DIRECTORS
? saints he MARKET F3BOI:> ASETILGKM 1)1 5'0' '1"t a.- r- :,

With, downcast head and low stood, -J It is deserving of and should receive definite that the World was left just The Lake Worth Produce Company! I RfSUi-1; ; AN"f'PTlfi:? IS u.NOT rzA'KeALKAKF.A COO 9v' ;>'M'_*{"..-.Aap i S'OKP'.c. \>y -- J ft

My record's pretty rank;. he your support- where it was before. This brings up at West Palm Beach has shipped} } J iCidl divf rTA'5Ai.4Hr:, SA/t VC- AS v..S !la\" a full Mo-k of Coffins. Caskets

"I. gu'ss I'In bound Lelo'ol'n. \. said, If it gives you all the state and the question that was propounded by some very fine watermelons this Yt'ar.I I, fO;5A. 6Vt.iHAwDa coup 25,.._C'rS CENTS IWUFACUatD''',o.r Mac 5v and Buritl l units Speeial'given to

county news. the Son of Man: "If they hear not Moses Not enough watermelons were raised -|I ACKERHAN&{ STEWART.i PAlATKA. i! Burial. I srrvire., 1
tmoked a lot and drank a lot If it contains the legal advertise and the prophets, neither will at Fruitville this season to supply Embalming to Order ?
Confess it all, I must; ments.If they be persuaded, though one rose the home trade, let alone shipping ''
And flirted too, and it is well printed. from the dead." Not only Mr. Bryan

Great Heaven how I've cussed.besides" The price is reasonable. but Senator Raynor and a great any.John C. Bennett of Titusville has: : State Institutions Higher Education I

Every man in the county should I many other democratic statesmenand recently planted a grove of 335 grat/- !! _
Tntgood St. Peter looked take his local paper for among other i a great many eminent newspaper fruit and orange trees on his premises I --- --------- -
at him
With kindly things I editors in all parts of the coun- south of Lake Isis. I
smiling eyes I I University of the I Florida Female College
But hook his head, "Don't It keeps you in touch with county try have tried to impress upon the Some of the young groves in and
a#D1anSlOD in the skies. affairs.It editor of the World the simple mean- around Leesburg are in heavy bloom ( State of Florida -

keeps you posted as to the time ing of democracy, but they find it and the same report comes from other Tallahassee, Fla.

But i.r me ask some for paying taxes, the time for making an impossible task. It was not always sections of the state.

Aie you a traveling questions man?" sir: returns the time of court and the so. The World once was an instructor West Palm Beach growers say that I Gainesville' Fla. A College for Women, without a

The shiner bowed and in this time and place of all religious and in the faith, but now telling it the while their pineapple crop has been parallel in the South, embracing a

Th" aged Saint began strain public meetings.It meaning of democracy is like reading very short this sea pan their returns A high grade institution for young Colege of Liberal Arts, a School for

; tells you what your neighbor is psalms to a dead horse. It is a I have been considerably better than men, offering Literary, Scientific En- Teachers a School t>f Industrial

doing, how waste of time. It is I gineering, Agricultural and Pedagogical Arts a school of fine
.1uu(S.. chased the crops are getting on, whois worshipping at usual. Courses. arts, including;

;:gain, wrong train once married and who has died. the shrine of other idols. I J. D. McDuffy of Ocala has already Strong Faculty; well equipped lab- piano, pipe organ, \'iolin"oice culture _

AIMbased the I It gives you hints about the farm shipped 30 Ctrs of cantaloupe and is oratories; thorough instruction, both elocution and Physical Culture.A t

1k .\ iu: train train a milemid work keeps you informed about the lion. J. T. Lewis, state convict in- busy working on watermelons. He theoretical and practical; careful supervision Faculty of able specialists in an
4 crew's
jibes and jeersA i state of the cotton and spector, was in the city last Friday and discipline; high moral departments. :
produce mar- reports receiving fine for
very prices
'Aiding all the while. Tuition free. Charges for special
kets and tells you a thousand and night and Saturday morning and the his melons. tone.No tuition charges to Florida stu- instruction in Fine Arts reduced to a

Yowls one things you want to know. editor of the Advocate had for pleasure -) Professor McKinney, a peach dents. Other expenses very low. minimum. New buildings in courso-

Tli.ime: ;gotten up at 4 a. m., It teachers the children to take I of meeting him. We have heardof I grower at Candler, :states, that shipments -I For catalogue and information: a jI of construction. Write for Catalog.A. .-

card's played its tricks, an interest in affairs and tells them Mr. Lewis often and have of dress ADRESLEDD.:: A. MURPHREE,
.\utl l ilun: you found, as usual. ed watch-I peaches: are still being I I Pr":5i'"n' : President
what is his record closely, but
going on in the great busy :aade, notwithstanding the dry weath- -- --
That yours goes out at six.Yuu' t' i
world around them. week never had an opportui !ty of'! He
er. says that prices are very
Once its weekly visits have com- meeting him, anal;) we can say now I!I good. I .
S Stetson
". I !
\ taken I John
some University
And gay merchant menced it will always be welcome! I that a more pleasant gentleman we- [I 1 The pineapple shipping season on

spent a ten or more, and its coming is looked forward to. never have shaken' hands with. The I I the East Coast is nearly over. During -I Four (.\.Ileges and Five Technical Schools

And th; n he calmly says he's bought Your county needs i I office of state convict inspector: is one I the DcLAXl FLORIDA k
paper your support j heaviest part of the seaon I ,

)o tt,: because the more subscribers a thai:' is hard to fill ; one that the duties shipments averaged) to 5t cars a Affiliated with the University of Chicago
Ili g )n'Is the day before. '
attached to must be worked in'
... paper has the more it can do for you. day. The crop this year has been
standards are those of the University
Your county paper is the spokes the open, where all may s You'v.- :spent life at bad I of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both
your hotels man for the section in which it is | -and the criticism of an office of Shipments of fruits and
And Kiten still worse meals j' this Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs.
kind is sometimes none too justto
published. It tells the world what i? are still being made from Fort Pierce.
With Miec! and Waiter Girls to be found there corrects the officer. In Mr. Lewis we be- COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to practice
misrepresentations MSnshew and
Harper shipped a car-
All run down at the heels. law in Florida without examination. _
lieve the state has a man who will do s
and attracts ,
,: capital load last week. Peter Pierson of tee
and fear-
helps develop the country and zealously conscientiouusly same place is shipping
YouV- had your letters sent astray, guards its interests and good name. lessly, and when the time comes again fine some very Mechanical, Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses lead
Your trunks have wandered too The Aiken Journal and Review is to fill the "rack" we predict that an- Walter Hawkins states that this ing to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment.

With porters clerks and baggagemen the oldest established paper of other Ocala man will prove too bestnay" ]season there have been shipped from COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Bookkeepingby t

Yuu're in a constant stew. ken county. It has a large Ai-I for the "horses."-Dunnellon the East Coast to England S'too i best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective courses open in
other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.
Advocate.The .
And once a month you see your wife, of correspondents who keep its read- crates of pineapples. This is considerably
prepared to enter Harvard,
Now tell me, is it so?" ers informed of all that transpires more than last
Hon. Tom Watson doesn't favor year althoughthe Yale, Princeton, Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges.
"It is::;," replied the Drummer, within the county.It crop was not nearly as large.
immigration, professedly because NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS. Kindergarten in its own build-
And he took his hat to is neatly printed; its advertisements The strawberry industry has beena
be wants to keep"the Southern stockof : ing. 2. Primary and Grammar School: in separate building. These schools
are arranged to attracts the paying one for the
well," said good Saint Peter I Americans pure. Seeing as how growers at especially prepare Public School teachers. ;
eye. and it endeavors to keep with
up Starke this season. An evidence of
As he opened the portals wide the times.It I he also wants to get rid of the negro MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos, separate
this is the fact that
bank that
"I'm very glad to meet you sir, it is difficult to understand ow one at building large faculty, thorough courses of study. i'
Is a large paper, and sells for !! place has cashed checks remitted for
Just kindly step inside.11'e'll he would get the Georgia cottonfields ART SCHOOL-New Studio. Costly casts models, etc.
one dollar a year, in advance. strawberries
I to the amount of
worked. We remember another nearly Stetson has a faculty of 4S professors and instructors. They hold de-
try to make you happy, here, It Is our desire to increase our circulation -I $350,000.
great Georgian, of whom Mr. Watson grees from the University of Chicago Harvard Yale Dartmouth Columbia
do the best we can. to 2500, and to this end we I George Close of Ocala is
You've j is a reminder, because he is so dif-- shippingsome Toronto, Wake Forest Louisville, Bowdoin, Utrecht Bucknell.. University
( served your time in Hades, call on our friends to help us. Ifj jyou I very fine watermelons. He
ferent, who opposed immigration of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over $300,000.00 in
For you've been a traveling man. are already a subscriber to the j
shipped a car recently containing 604
j the late Robert Toombs. lIe based buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an
Journal and Review, say a good word j
melons which
I I averaged 50
his opposition, however on the claim pounds endowed library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings -
The "Four Hundred" Fakired for us to your neighbor who_ is not. each. lIe is getting $175
a car
let'j' that there were already in tb state including stained glass windows, 7 oil paintings a 10000.00 pipe
\ Those without the pale of New If you are not now a subscriber, II the track for his melons, while ordi-
i more idle whites than the negroes organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatus; an enclosed Athletic Field
York society will no doubt be surprised us send you a sample copy, or, bet- j|! nary melons are only bringing about
could well support-or words to that tunning track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides swim-
TO learn that one of the members ter still, send us twenty-five cents
effect-and he didn't want to take $100.This ming, golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women;
of the smart set, who has been and we will send you the paper for I has been the most
chances on getting more. We are I ten large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics Bacteriology Mineralogy and i '
extensively entertained by Mrs. John three months on trial. season in the history of Williston.
I that Mr. Watson will either
quite sure -
Biology; several large museums and shops; electric lights electric bells
R Drexel, Mrs. John Jacob Astor and i Shipments have amounted to 78,000
j i have to have immigrants or hold steam heat, cement walks, shell roads, broad avenues, spacious campus,
others, and whom President Roosevelt Circuit Court in Hernando County I! baskets of cukes, SO cars of melons
to the in fact, the state is
j on negroes; bhrubbery and trees; social, literary musical and other students' clubs; star
has consulted frequently in regard Judge W. S. Bullock and States Attorney that it and 19 cars of cantaloupes. This
progressing so rapidly begins
lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location is beau-
to Indian affairs, is no other E. W. Davis have returned 1! to look as though he would need does not include the smaller ship-
tiful and healthful, and the expenses are low.
than the son of Mrs. Russell Sage's from Hernando county, where they I] both.-Chattanooga Times. ments. A conservative estimate puts
For catalogs, views, folders and information, address: the Prerident.
negro cook. have just closed the summer term of j the net income of the trucking busi-

Though known in circles of the the circuit court. There were quite i The proceedings of the Georgia leg- ness at this point at not less than LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph D., Litt D., LLD., DeLand, Fla.

eliteas Antonio Apache, grandson of a number of murder cases on trial islature read for all the world like $130,000.-New York Fruit and Pro

the famous Chief Cochis this dusky and there were several COIlctlOns'i; I I! those of the Florida legislature. For duce News. p ps

Beat: Brummel began life as a Louisiana to-wit: The state of Florida against i| instance, in quick succession were 1 _

pickaninny under the obscure Tyson, sentenced to be hanged; the i the following: An act to prohibit the Letter From Commissioner Fort : _

name of Tony Simpson. That such state of Florida against John Council !' sale and manufacture of spirituous or To tbe Editor Ocala Banner: i v

, \i: is ib- true identity of a man whom and Henry Norris, sentenced to;!malt or intoxicating beverages in the ''
Believing as I do tnat all publicservants K
they denounce as "the most fantastic imprisonment for life; the case '| state of Georgia after January the ,( c:r V

fakir that ever fooled New York": against Doc Hodges, who was tried i first. There were six bills of this should be ready and willing > f l-Ajl+'
wad decalred today by William M. as an accessory was nol prossed; J, nature, one right after the other. to give an account of their stewardship a a

Corey and Edward W. Deming, both the state of Florida against George. Then came the following: To prohibit and in so doing the people will

of whom are well known New York Mitchell, Will Collier and another! the shipment of intoxicating li- know the status of affairs intrusted to'i'

painters of Indian life. sentenced to be hanged. All of the ] Quors into dry counties; to prohibit others; and no doubt the tax payers'': ;* FIRST AND LAST

"It is about time the true characterof 'above named men were tried for the shipment of whiskey into prohibi- would like to know the financial con- | UP. :m -

this imposter is made publicly murder. I i I tion counties; to make it illegal to dition of the county. I am pleased} to $ rpfta AngD 5rfp

known," said Mr. Corey. "He is not In the case of the state of Florida I maintain a blind tiger or sell intox- inform them that the county finan ; : ::f ",:,-.J:s:.& :

only a fakir but a scamp. lIe is the against one Mitchell, for selling Ii-I icating liquors in dry counties. All ces are in the best condition uiej fciiMean

same negro who stole a paintingfrom quor in a dry county, the jury failed ito j these bills, in part and in whole were have been in since I have been a $ S made to all who

me about nineteen years ago. agree and verdict of mistrialwas Introduced, one after another, in the member of the board. Six years :to.

Florida legislature. The Georgia legislators ::1 buy or wear them. In style
and in consequence served two yearsin recorded. i iI I i when I entered upon my first term, ,

the Sing Sing prison." I are also struggling with the the county was considerably in debt gg ease and durability, "Shield Brand Shoes"
Miami. i 1 bill anti-frank bills, and
I Bank Failure at anti-pass on each fund.Ve have strug'g11"1:
I toe the mark of perfection
Florida's Bee King Examiner McDonald has reported -i hundreds of other bills. When shall with this indebtedness ever sinrv R
/k Bank
ThliV bee keeping is a profitable in- the Fort Dallas National Bank 'i the states of this Union and the na- but now I am glad to say that we an- SOLD BY REL.IA15L& MERGtlflftTS ONLY

4 dustry in Florida is demonstrated by at Miami, capitalized for $100,000, as I lion itself get laws enough? ,lout of debt, except on the building\ M. C. KISER CO. Manufacturers. ,

the remits shown by Mr. M. O. O. insolvent and it has been closedby i iI !I fund, (this being for the court hou-fi : ATLANTA, CA. r -
veteran bee- of the cur- I Wbile the partisans of Mr. T. A. We have reduced this from more than!
Poppleton of Stuart, the order of the comptroller t For Sale by St .H

man of the peninsular state. lie shipped I rency. The officers of this bank were Jennings are loudly proclaiming his sixty thousand dollars to a little (1\> "I'! } FN. MARION SHOE COMPANY .,, :I'.f.ITff
j strength as a cadidate for the governorship -
thirteen: tons of extracted honeylast William M. Brown, president; Milton forty thousand. However, I am sm rry: d
Y \
year, but owing to the droutb Curry, vice president; R. R- McCormick I the Ocala Banner voices the i lto have to inform the people t''.'t1 JflR ,. 1. r

. this season will not be able to ship secretary; George R. Rumph, j question that has probably been oni I their taxes will be two mills this y"ar

that quantity.Mr. i i the lips of many an old stager. "Jen- more than they were last. Thii i-
more than cashier. --- -- --- --
in his launch Thel- : During a late visit to Miami nings has never been in politics be- due to the state millage being incn-
fore. so what gives him his great --- '.
by Capt. John beautiful residence of the president ed one and a half mills, and the ?
ma Blakeslee, arrived in town Saturday. i iI I the of this bank was pointed out to I\, pull?" asks the Banner. It would be school board increasing their a half \, YYLLf\r:. Af 1

from Stuart toy : deal of suburban property very unusual for a man altogether mill. I would have liked to have reduced ,
F They are on their way and a great \ to. $ I ID.PP
I us i untried in politics to be elected to ;j ft..1POPT ;
and of L
we the
I the honey from which belonged to him millage on some our, f.
Key secure
Largo, to ,
Poppleton has : that he was one of the rich { the highest office within the gift of funds to have met this increase, but >"."IDcu.. -X I' t t tr
Mr. ::
C7 bees told
colonies of : 1
were the people of the state, but perhaps .... .',
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At Fort Pierce he I progressive and prosperousmen [ we found it impossible to meet the demands % -

established there. he has just. est., most county. But we cannot | the friends otIr.. Jennings expect upon us with any less than we 1t. ;;.jlj.-I"i O J ; .I EXPRfSS
that Dade .
:207! colonies in in public Il: .. -J:
his non-participation mat- :
t I' that the tell. are carrying. Respectfully I ', PREPAID
44 moved there from Stuart, so sometimes always II of ( h- \z/. t;
ters to an element strength :
of the prove N. A. FORT. i t.Z 1
bees can avail in his campaign.-Starke Telegraph. ,iI I 12 QTS:1&1rt = :
Mr. Poppleton out with f
black mangrove bloom. Banner comes : $420
The Gadsden County Times nominates -'
is greatly interested in his work Statement that the Brick City It is intimated that Hon. J. F C.. $ $'!_

handsomely.-Tropical ,, "coming-out party" I be I James E. Broome for governor ; -;_ -'r : \ ,..,
which pays him have a big Griggs. of Apalachicola may a ..,- "
!d I
s: )': I If the Gadsden senator enters tl'f- '
Sun. I I candidates. Too Banner has candidate for congress in the third y : ...--..Y .,74LF ... .
II i _- .
I :or the I I race Lafontisee's statement a:for, "" ..- ..",_..Ij'o..r .......-
ideas along that If the send him toI -- ... '
good I district. people .:,ir
of Tallahassee -!! son pretty there being no orator candidate will \ ,
MiFrank H. Damon Ocala will properly them they may feel assured J i '. I Do
doubt represent : ?
rail- and no I ._ ? ,, :
by the i In-: : have to be corrected.-Pe .lcola I r
t.s been employed care of the visitors on the that they have a man on guard who I I' .< 1j: i. (

roa-'. } ommissioners as inspector of take occasion. Why can't Bar- I will not sleep on post.-Starke Tele- Journal.Mr. II I '; i v { t DELIVERED FOR

the railroad properties. One will of be the we proposed tow get in the swim? Politics are going I I graph.A Bryan is rapidly: becoming recognized l'i; tJ ::c.:"1. 00
first duties of Mr. Damon the voting populatlon ,
railroad to be warm and as the wor'ii's authority ..--::: ; ..'''' (r _
inspection of the L. & X. Florida should be state exchange wants to know obstruse and -
of South that complicated topic
with a view of preparing evidencefor For location, accommodations who is going to play the John Sharpe "democracy."-Washington Star.

too commission to use in its case enlightened.and hospitality Bartow is Williams to John Beard's Vardamanin CHAS BLUM & COMPANY

I to secure a reduction in passenger of them all Candidates, the senatorial race in this state. Some papers seem determined to ,

)'r' fares on the Pensacola & Atlantic consider the matter.-Polk County Will it be Brown?Pensacola Jour- "don't" the Honorable Hudson Burr
Re- Jacksonville Fla.
division of that road.-Madisoa nal. out of the race.-Tampa News. ,
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1 2i amination fees. . . 57.u< ,

: t Fourth of July Enthusiasm Reed from A. C. Croom, A. I .)L

C. L. Ry. taxes. . . 344912 !I

Recd. from A. c: Croom, S. tIAAA

: A. L. Ry. taxes. . :4Ga.78
r and Politics at the
r Capitol
Reed from A. C. Croom, tel- i Ale
egraph taxes. . . 77. ;0 Red Ginger

I l 'L. ___ __ __ Reed, from T. E. Pasteur

I temporary: loan--------- 54".on' v
Ii i ",:' The Day of Independence Celebrated---How Frank Adams' Is the Real ArticleAn

Totals. . . . .f 7475V; .
t Resignation "is Interpreted in Political Circles Jules

t .. Disbuursed duuring month. 74TolT inferior, weak, flat imitation ginger
Solomon Candidate for Railroad Commissioner---
a and cons ipaae -
t ale will cause indigestion
Balance in i'H: !
f }{ 1ft The Pension Department Busy. treasury-------- tion-defeating the very purpose for which

:. l,, t The treasurer's report for the *\I" ; z VrNOfit.; + RED ROCK GINGER ALE has be- c P

Et .') Tallahassee, Fla., July C, It:>IJ 7. Mr. Solomon will be the only Jewish cial districts was approved, show in- ALE : famous. REO0ti c
t the following balances: Ocala. : come ocK :
candidate for a state office will t
E.t Special to the Ocala Banner: him a solid vote from his> people give a cents; McIntosh $4.01 ; BelletK-w! :' J I The value of Purity and Quality cannot ,o ,astap. ,

f Staid old Tallahassee got off her decided advantage to start with, I $285.39:; ; Fantville, $19.99; Dunnell i| a be to stronerly! -cd. Get RED ROCK, 5-

l i., ; dignity enough on the 4th of July to he is probably the as $247.69; ; Reddick $2.25; Pine Lt-\'L! : .a\ A REAL t.iNGERALE, which stands out among
only man who has i
c" of the t "'' al! other hrtnds-foreign and domestic-as the acme
Indulge in a parade militarycompan / l' :
; ;; $138.21; Ma> ville. $?0.S4 ; Weirsda-! I
announced for railroad r i d
commissionerwho anii
l }, thnewly organized Blox- of perfection in combining purity,
$18665 Citra $514.93: Griner Farm
has a solid vote from any section ; ; hetlthgu'!.! re&uks.M .
f ham Rities, .ho trudged out to the to depend on. $320.78; Buck Pond, $124.71 ; Sparr. :

!: 'c golf links (now transformed into $173.13; Candler, $129.70; Fellowship fr)4itt ) cr>".';hire, large a,1 1 snail bottles

Park mud 'S\ .. .., .... .
Munroe Street ) through .82 Blitch : 4 > ; & from eJcaclisonvliCo "
$9 Electra $21.05 ,
t" There is a rumor afloat that Senator ; ;
I t and rain followed by a procession of John Neel will be a candidatefor ton, $20S.OC;; Martel, $113.31:: : Fort ; ;
decorated withI THE
carriages: oats
I ; railroad commissioner also. Mr. King, $130.38; Capulet, $8.19: Lina -

flags and ;lumtmgs.Hon. Neel is of that class, of knownas dale, $57.71; Cotton Plant, $2)11.:1;)(> ::<: :
I Burr lion. E. B. Fo.ida.
i "f' R. Lake Oak Ihl!.
iI I "the salt of the earth." Strongand Orange $95.32;
I :McLin and McIntosh occupied
Mayor substantial $::30.24; Moss Bluff, $15.25; FairnVl,i '
and with
the first Mr. Burr made the a good political
carnage. .
f : following and would make $M2.65; Cottage Hill, $-18.92; Char! r
Without reference to a I
r f l' address. any good official in almost branch of Oak, $69(; ; Pedro. $17.11; Kendnck i
I and in keeping with the oc any a'a
politics I x
the state government. $49.42; Oklawaha, $59.43. Tota -.
t : casion Mr. Burr's address was a very : t +(
354323. W. D. CARN.
[ f. pleasing one. Mr. Burr was introduced
Senator Adams'
' : by Mr. McLin, who is a ready resignation from THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO., Wholesale Distributors, Ocala, Fla.
the senate is regarded at the capitalas
speaker, and whose remarks were decidedly
Long Live the I KingIs I
ii practically an announcement of I II --- -
i" A ball between
clever. game the popular cry throughout European
his i
candidacy for the United States
t. the Tallahassee and Apalachicola countries, while in America thl'l t.AAI AAA
; f' i' teams followed. senate. The senate of 1&09 will be cry of the present day is "Long live I

t ? materially altered from the senate of Dr. King's New Discovery King of I
1 ,. l Throat and Lung Remedies!" of !,
1907. Four of the
i "'" I' East and west, north and south for strongest men of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine, Truro I
i- r f J the last senate will be absent {
I (; t the day, one sentiment was universal Adams Mass, says: "It never fails to give i } Thos0 Ft

r -Our country may she ever be Neel, Trammell, Massey Two immediate relief and to quickly cure Keating
others, Jackson and Baker, it is understood a cough or cold Mrs. Mrs. Paine's
right, but right or wrong, our country
; i have aspirations toward the opinion is shared by a majority of the
t inhabitants of this country. New
r railroad commission.Mr. .
Discovery cures weak lungs and sore

t f t Out of tbs fullness of the heart the Adams has long been one of throats after all other remedies have I

the leaders of the senate. His career failed, and for coughs and colds it's I j &
mouth speaketh-thus runs the scrip I Company
t" has been marked by liberal, conservative -I the proven remedy. Guaranteed by i I
... ture. So if I write too often of pensions Tydings & Co.. druggists. I
progressive action. An able
t it is because at present I am

living pensions. We are in the midst debater, a skilled parliamentarian, a r.E "COfdt"GOUT CONVENTION"I
; man of broad safe 'I Successors to Strauss & Co.
'f of the usual quarterly rush of paying judgment and unquestioned -! ENDORSE)
honesty. Mr. Adams will }
t pensions. Requests for application

1.' t blanks continue to come in hun always wield a strong influence in the Cracker Land, Juuiv 5. 1907. .
affairs of the Further
1 dreds, although we have sent out developments To the Editor Ocala Banner:

t i't over four thousand from which we I in connection with bis candidacy A voter and one who never misses '! } I
are awaited with interest. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
; f are receiving an average of forty an election. and one who is very desirous -

t from each county approved by the I It I of becoming acquainted with i
In of I No one seems to take seriously the
t county commissioners some i i! our national and state candidates, esV/
candidacy of Thomas J. Laud-Brown
'f the counties a second meeting of theE I' ecially as to their views on the issues i
: J will be held !of Tampa further than to indicate the
I' county commissioners of the day, so as to enable myself ;!
fact that OcaSa Florida
t } during the mouth to approve applica Congressman Sparkman will to
vote more intelligently, and ,
r There will be between fifteen I not be a candidate for the senate. j
t f t ) being nothing but a "one-horse" far }
hundred and two thousand applications But if Mr. Brown knows what Mr.
!" mer, and whose opportunities, like
a I I Sparkman has decided he i is in pos
filed in the pension department
r I thousands of others are very meager -! RYE WHISKEY. CASE WHISKEY.Per .
l' "
session of information that !
t by August 1. no one as to finding out who is best to Per Gallon. SPECIAL fOUR ,
; I else has been able to get. It is a pop- I Star Rye . . . . .ll..",o I Qt. Bottle
t ular saying here that "no one but God vote for, and believing that it will Red Rock Rye .. . . . 1.75 I
John L. Neely, who has seriously help both the candidate and people '! S Keystone . . . 2.00Belle QUART OfFER ':Belle Isle .s:;:; (

considered becoming a candidate fort knows what Steve Sparkman intends to become in closer touch, with Isle . .. .. .. . 2.50 I King of Kentucky .. .. I 3,
railroad commissioner' and who received I J doing-and 13 won't tell." Another Log Cabin . . . . 3.00Heating's FOR 1 Uncle Joe. . . . . 1.00
t 1 I the other, I believe the . $2.
suggestion ;: Pride . . 3.00
candidate whom Strauss .. .
flattering mention in connection : the people refuse to I . .. . .. . 3.50 j I Royal: Reserve VI i
made by the Ocala Banner for a can-!i Monogram Old :Maryland .. .. . ,
l V\e will send Rye Luj
R I therewith, has announced that i it jt. take seriously is Achilles Beard. : Uncle Joe . . . . 3.,,0 express Old Harvest .
Corn .. .
didates' convention cannot be ex I prepaid 4 full quarts of I 1.tn
Pilgrimage .. . . . 4.00 : J
t . .
t. It is Pilgrimage .. . .
i he will not be a candidate. understood 1.'a
celled.If . . .. .. o.OOStrauss'
Fern Hill
his When W. J. Bryan was in Tallahassee I STRAUSS I X L Cascade . . . 1.
that Mr. Neely will give ::: 76 .. . . . 5.00
the White . .
I convention meets in Ocala I4 OakFern .. . 1._;) i
: support to Mr. Jules Solomon, who | recently, $>r the first time in will be there, and believe j'! CORN WHISKEY. HillStrauss' . . ... . 1.50
has announo-d his candidacy. Mr. 1; months, his friends took special delight that fifty, Tennessee Corn . . . .J1.50 FOR $3.50 I 76 . . . . 1. 1!
1 I per cent. of the country voters would i North Carolina Corn . . 1.75Stausville I Old Oscar Pepper (not in bond) 1.. )
i Neely served as secretary of the first in calling him Senator Bryan, come, too. We would tell you city ] Corn . ... . 2.00Mountain I We Nil! send expressprepaid !: I Planters . . . ... . 1.-j>.)
i commission and is well known in the and it never failed to bring forth a Corn .j 4 lull quarts of Black and White Scotch ... '_) 00
.. people that we farmers are not in the . .. .. :; t
state. lie has a lucrative law practice smile Mr. Bryan's ambition is to I : uld Harvest Corn 3.00 STRAUSS ROYAL :Mt. Vernon . .. . . 1.7:
,1 soup this year-never struck it rich GIN.
and is repreesnt Florida in the United
: in Tallahassee a young er-and want you to know it, see and Swan Gin . . . ... .. .$1.50 RESERVEFORTlOSO GIN. '
,' 1 I man of promise ilr. Solomon is one States senate, and it is an ambition feel it, I Torn Gin . .. . . . 1.75 Per Qt. Bottle.
and we'll
the best known men' in Florida. that I expect him to realize, sooneror help you make it a Holland Gin . . .. . 2..00
i f f of watermelon-price success and as we frown Gin . . . .. ... 2.50 London Dock Gin . . .$ 75
!i }I and has plenty of friends all over later. lIe has as yet made no indication are raising 11 Perfection Gin . . . ... 3.00 I Tom Gin , , ,, i DO
the state. He has traveled the state of intention to enter the race yellow-legged chickens RUM. We will send 4 full qts. Holland Gin . . . 1.0.1
; : (not all for Phosphate .
preachers) and little Gin .. .1,59
; continuously for many years and is in the next campaign. N. 1 : i +;i well posted in politics. The fact that i it i JEFFERSON BELL. shoats and big shoats, and goats, and I Jamaica Rum ... . . tOO: MALT WHISKEY.
i yearlings, we want to come with our BRANDY. CORN

: t t1 --- wives and children yea, we do not Blackberry Brandy .. ... .. .. $1.50 The best goods to be Per Qt. Bottle.

1 want to leave a hoof behind Apple Brandy... .. . 3.00 Duff p's Pure Malt . . $1.00
;1 ; ::1' BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I quested to recommend some one to and I Peach Brandy ... . .. . .. 3.00 had for the money Bowman's . .. . .. 1.00 '.
: fill the vacancy. Mr. E. W. Forbes thereby show the state at large something California Cognac .n .. H' 3.00 SWEET GOODS.

t' i t I The board of public instruction in had been previously recommended as they don't see through a car WINE. FOR $6.00 Per Gal. '

f I supervisor of Hurricane Pond school window in the way of a happy and Catawaba Wine .. .. ... H. .$1.50 We will send express Peach and Honey "a" grade .. .$1.50
l and for Marion county met ibis, the Port Wine . . . . .. 1.50 prepaid 4 full Peach and Honey "as" grade 2.00 '
prosperous people, and show quarts of
s and Miss Eugene Morgan as teacher them Rock and Rye "a" grade . 1.50
Wine . . . 1.50 }
t !! second day of July, 1907, in regular Blackberry
but as there were objections to both the fat of the land by the spread we { Sherry Wine . . . . 1.50 STRAUSS' FAMOUS Rock and Rye "aa" grade . 2.0'J
1 session, with Isaac Stevns, chairman; horny-handed of Imported Port Wine . . 4.00 Orange Brandy . . . 3.00
sons toil would'
t k parties, the patrons are requested to I } Imported Sherry Ine . . 4.00 "76" DYE{ I Banana Brandy . . . ? 3.00
f and J. S. Grantham present. Mr. B. make further recommendations, either : make. Apricot Brandy . . 3.00 S

i R. mitch being absent on account of by calling a meeting of the patronsor We believe the people from the I J Jcn I

ntry wnjld: help and i thereis
by petition. yon as
.... .; the severe sickness of one of his I
to be a national, state and l
The salary at Mayville was fixed at county I ThOSe
children. $35 per month from the county and ticket to be named, would suggest i Keating & Go. l 1 i

: Minutes of last meeting were read $5 from the district. that you begin the evening before the

I i and approved. The trustees of the Ocala school. convention by giving a supper witha

\ The question whether the Simpson appeared before the board and asked thousand plates, at a dollar a plate, Ocala FloridaANAAAAAAAAAMAAMMA.

I and Cameron children, being in the for aid to buy a lot now being offeredfor to help pay expenses, and have some {

I Mayville school district, will be allowed sale in a most desirable locationfor of the great big candidates talk; then I

to attend the Weirsdate school, the next day have the dinner and J
a school building for the primary -

i but at the same time considered apart department of the Ocala High the convention. i ,

: c I! of the Ma> ville school, or whether School. They stated that the Ocala ONE-HORSE FARMER.Best : I:, _.. VttN i"

? V ; they will be refused permits to school had outgrown the present : I II -- -.
period during which The leaves) I
Medicine in the World for Colic pain Ii
attend the Weirsdale school, was deferred building and that some i
arrangementswill her
and Diarrhoea"I altogether and others in whichit --THEi
i for final action until the August have to be made to accommodate -
find Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera -I is excruciating. Of late her trou
V : 1 meeting of the board. the children. It was ordered that and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the able! has been increasing. Her condition i

; Mrs. W. W. Reed was awarded $1000 be appropriated to be paid this best remedy in the world," says Mr. i j

:/ the contract to convey the children year and $1000 to be paid one year C. L. Carter of Skirum Ala. "I am I j{ is regarded as exceedingly cr.ti-- i Hardware

i from South Lae: Weir Weirsdale from noThe trustees were subject to colic and diarrhoea. Last,1' cal with no hope of recovery. ( MarioQ) ConpgyIIEADQUAETEE3
requested spring it seemed as though I would I! This make four cases of a similar )
: 1! i at $30 per month, provided she will not to spend any money on die, and I think I would if I had not nature of this kind in this country. I

go by Mr. Bishop's house. There any additions to the old building. taken Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ) ..
One has proved fatal, the other I
: were no bids to convey children from Reports and accounts amounting to 'I I and Diarrhoea Remedy. I haven't i iI i ;
been three persons being alive and two of -
troubled with it since until this | _
Blue Springs neighborhood to Dun- I
$441.56 were approved and ordered
week, when I bad a very severe attack (i them apparently enjoying ,good
nellon, or from Cottage Hill to Fellow paid. A warrant for $;))40 was ordered and took half a bottle of the | health. \ t.r'J.

I stip. or from Silver Springs to drawn in favor of T. E. Pasteur for twenty-five cent size Chamberlain'sColic .

E{: II Ocala, and any person or party desiring money he had used in taking up miscellaneous Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy American Wire Fencing I
f \ and this morning I feel like Bad Burn Quickly Healed ,
I to bid for such contract to convey warrants. I
I man." For sale by all druggists.x. "I am so delighted with what Sash ;
I, I t' children from above mentioned :Mr. T. E. Pasteur presented his accounts I Chamberlain's Salve has done for Doors and Blinds ,

f places to their respective schools, are for commission and interestfor me that I feel bound to write and 'I

t requested to have their bids before all the special school districts, A Peculiar Case. I tell you so," says Mrs. Robert Myt- Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, "

I board the first I ton, 457 John St., Hamilton, Ontario. l
i the by Tuesday in August which were approved and ordered
I Words come from Kentucky that }I "My: little daughter had a bad burn Mill and Mining J

t paid.It Mrs. Hume :Mitchell is lying at j| on her knee. I applied Chamberlain's Supplies, I

: ; I Chapel Austin, supervisor of Magnolia was also ordered that warrant I I death's door at her home, the result J' Salve and it healed beautifully." This Turpentine

) colored school, appeared before No. 293. for $COO, and warrant No. 294 of an accident, which 'salve allays the pain of a burn al- Sripplies, :
{ happened j t| most instantly. It is for sale by all
; ; I the board and asked for aid to assist for $300, in favor of T. E. Pasteur, on more than thirty and
years ago, I druggists. s. Improved Farming Tools 3 1 1i
f in building a new school house. He 1
V l1 t r the Ocala special district and dated which it is declared will enventual-

i : ; was instructed to teach in the present August 1, 1904, be taken up and cancelled ly result in her death. Fine Brood Mares.

!l ; house this term and the board and new warrants be drawn in About thirty years ago Mrs. Mitchell I GET

t will consider the natter next year. lieu, and a warrant for $192:! be drawn wore a riding habit in which a I We have just gotten In a car load: OUR PRICES t

E Mr. R. S. Shortridge was appointed for interest now due en said warrants. needle was sticking. of the finest: brood mares ever broughtto
of the Andalusia school. This needle I the state, and to see them is to admire .
\ supervisor The treasurer's report was examined
I worked into her body her j
without I them. We will sell them at
The resignation: of E. W. King, supervisor and approved as follows: knowledge while she was out ridingone very reasonable prices. Come and and

; of Hurricane Pond school, Bal. from last report ... SS6.32:!' day, and has given her more or look them over at Marion[ Hardware .

i I .was accepted, and the patrons are re- Reed from W. D. Cam, exT less trouble ever since. There are x x MARION' FARMS Ocala STABLES Fla., Company

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SPECIALSAt NOTICE sinn does not expire until the 10th day

i OVER THE BANNER COUNTY OF FLORIDA Of Application-for' Letters Patent. of Witness October. my A. D.hand 1910.and official seat

I Notice is hereby given that we, the this 9th day of July A. D. 1907.

pl JS1jEL'S I undersigned, four wteks after the first GEO. W. -MARTIN. .
---- --- _. publication of this notice, will apply to
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-- I the Governor of the State of Florida

INTERESTING REDDICK NEWSSpecu fields over to the negroes, who glean j GRAHAMVILLE AND CONNOR. 5 eND lOc STORE I f'for"Honing Letters proposed Patent to charter.issue:: under the NOTICEIn

I them thoroughly and give a royalty !! LOUIS E. LANG. the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial -

: 'Our. Ocala Banner: on all the proceeds they receive from j Special to the Ocala Banner: I I A. T. SWARTZ. Circuit of Florida in and :

Since the advent of the summer shipments.One I Quite a bunch of Grahamvillians ::: Mi'k' Shakers . lOc I Copy of the Proposed L. W.Charter DUVAL of The for Marion Chancery.County-In

rains one industry, that has engagedthe of our progressive farmers purchased observed the 4th by attending the pie ,I| Fire Shovels . . . lOc Ocala Supply Company William S. Haselden, Complainant, -!

time of many of our people has a place here last year. with nic at the Christian church on that i i Ice Picks, . . ? 100c I We the undersigned, hereby asso- vs. Mary Ha elden, Defendant

been abandoned-that of hauling wa stock, etc., on the same, and from I I Scrubbing Brushes, . . .10c ciate ourselves together for the pur- Order for Constructive t

the proceeds of his raised thereon day, and regardless of the copious . . pose of becoming incorporated under ServiceIt
ter.t Fairfield and at Reddick crop i Hatchets . 10c the Laws of the State of Florida applicable is ordered that the defendant

wells were dry this year that were this year has not only paid for the I showers spent the day very pleasant J, Egg Beaters, . ? . 10c to corporations ARTICLE for profit. herein named, to-wit: Mary Hasel-

never known to fail before, and those entire outfit, but has a handsome surplus ly. ; Lemon Squeezers, . . .10c Name I. den, be and she is hereby required to

that did furnish an abundant flow to his credit.I Miss Mamie Randall has returned t Oil Cans, . . . 10c The name of this corporation shall appear to the bill of complaint in this

were taxed to their umost to supply hope to be able at next writing to from a two weeks' visit to friends and ;Coffee Pots, . ? . . -,10c be principal the Ocala place Supply of business Company shall: and be its in day cause of on August or before, 1507." Monday, the 5th

the demand. Frequently a dozen give your readers an itemized statement relatives in Ocala ; Alcohol Stoves, . . ? ? 10c Ocala, Marion County: Florida,: but It is further ordered that a copy

could beseen at well of the number of cars and other I I Lunch Boxes . 10c it may establish offices and agencies of this order be published once a
wagons one
spring each awaiting its turn. or I packages shipped from here during )I' Miss Carrie Holly has gone to Atlanta : Augurs, . . . . . .10ci of in the any State other of place Florida.or places in or out week for four consecutive weeks in

the season now closing. Some of our Ga., to visit her brother, Mr.V. i i Frying Pans, . . .lOc ARTICLE IL the Ocala Banner a newspaper published .-
Th summer exodus has begun. Mr. in said county and state.
people, after the labors and successof \ G. Holly. Lanterns, . . . .. 10c BusinessThe This 26th of
and Mr:. Strickland Mrs Denham Olin Ocala do general nature of the business day June 1907. .
went to to
Mrs. A. A. :
the year, are planning summer out- Rolling Pins . . .tOc to be transacted by this corporation S. T. SISTRUNK
of the children left this
some ings at various points outside the some shopping. Monday Iron Handles . . . 10c is: Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. <'
week for Clearwater in quest of and ,, 1. To buy sell and deal in, both by 6-2S
Mrs. Columbus Mills daughters By H. D. Palmer D. C.
state. Dippers . '" . . 10c wholesale and by: retail, goods
health and recreation. Mrs. R. A. Tessie Mills, of wares EDWIN
Prof. W. W. Smith and wife have Mrs. Quigg and Miss Key-hole Saws . ? . lOc and merchandise of every kind and SPENCER

Boyd and children and Master Clyde gone for a visit to Jamestown. Miami, after a few weeks visiting at Baskets . . . tOc description 2. To do; Complainant's Solicitor.
Fridy left on Wednesday for Columbia to Apopka, I a general jibbing, commission -
: Rev. W. A. Weir and Mr. F. W. Grahamville, have gone i Strainers . ? . . .lOc and consignment business;
S. C.. to ,'isitlrs.. Boyd's father, ,, 3. To NOTICEOf
and her
Mills daughter
where Mrs. manufacture and handle
Bishop have spent several days at the ( Potato Chippers . . . 10c
Mr. JJ.-Dings. who is state treasurerof will in the future reside. manufactured goods, wares and mer-
district conference at Coleman. Miss Tessie, i j Child's Garden Sets . . 10c chandise of all kinds; Application for Tax Deed Under

South Carolina. Mrs. Shuford of Ocala a former resident Messrs. Joe Hugens and J. L. Beckof I II i Pancake Turners . . .10c 4. To buy sell, handle and deal in Section 8 of Chapter 4SSS, Lawsof
Others speaking of leaving for here in the Graham machines and machinery of all kinds; Florida.
are Berlin,
of this place, is a guest of Mrs. were !; Lots of other articles, . . .10c 5. To buy. sell and deal in buggies,
We would like day I Notice is hereby given that T. E.
various points soon. ville and Connor country one carriages,
I' W. W. Meadows.Mr. WITH YOU wagons and Pritchett and J. B. Martin, purchasers -
to see every farmer's wife who has last week on fishing bent. While 1 vehicles of every description;
:: Hamlin Smith :Miss Lutie 6. To buy. sell and deal in harness, of tax certificate. 2136, dated pi
toiled over hot cooking stoves be able I Smith and Mrs. Kennedy have spent here they were the guests of Mr. andMrs. i \I. FISHELFerry !I I all kinds ef leather goods and automobile the 1st day of July A. D. 1901, Lave Mi

to spend the remainder of the summer here amid familiar scenes William Henderson.Mrs. supplies; filed said certificate in my office and
some in i 7. To own operate and maintain a have made application for tax deedto
either at the seaside or among W. D. Graham of Ocala. was
of former days. --- --- -- s.irage for renting, storing and repairing issue in accordance with law.
the mountains with nothing to do our village a few days last week. automobiles;
Mr. John McCanny Said
Mr. George Price certificate embraces the follow- R
but rest and enjoy life as they please. Captain Hatton Howard, of the | *. To buy, sell own control and
: and :Miss: Blanche MeCanny are I Seeds :>11r"H'| real estate; ing described property situated in
Jane was right in her reply to Dar relatives here. I I steamer William Howard, niaaa ire cot an expert To buy. sell and handle mules Marion county, Florida, to-wit: West
by a hundred years ago when she visiting business trip to the Brick Cit> ' Miss Lillie Bassett, the successful 'I success r.ption. : east quarter of southeast quarter
said: "Woman's work is never done. I school teacher at Holder, is spending Saturday. doubts from the at start planting Users nor have disap no I". To buy own control and main- and east half of southwest quarterof ;

Taking life all in all, they have the I some time with her parents. I Messrs. Walter Finlay and Char:>!> pointments at harvest. Get ,..-. tock-yards and livery, sale and southeast quarter of southeast

worst of it and they know it. The healthy Mason have resigned their positions t o! tables; quarter, and 6.3S chains north and
Anthony manifests a very 11. To buy own and control ware-
his work or away \ with the Wilson Cypress Company: t south by 4.50 chains east and westin
who to
man goes of
moral tone when the subject a saloon .build- southeast corner of southeast
pro\'il1ingO wood of Palatka, and have accepted positions I
from home without
at this place is mentioned, even fou-russes: herein authorized: quarter of southeast quarter, section
and *ater for his wife to cook his worldly and drinking men joining in I wish the Tilghman Cypress Co U I To acquire and dispose of 25, township 16, south, range 23,

meals anti leaves her to pick up an protest. and I i Cedar KeTheir postoffice 1I i 1- for biggest, surest, best crops trademarks copyrights and patents; east-12.87 acres. The said land be-
the storm of indignant stall ;leaders. Famous for over assessed at the date of the issu-
or woods Suwannee Springs, Fla. Other Gra- 13. To lend and borrow money, to ing
the woodpile I'JOl Saed Annual
axe and to notice who
go put anyone on I jnyears. of such certificate in the
hereby free require proper securities and to exe- ance name
the Tilghman Cypress on request.D.
-1 4 to tryto secure what wood she IsJ' has the temerity to contemplate sucha hamvillians with M. FERRY A. CO.,. ((utf,, and deliver proper securities of unknown. Unless said certificate
to draw water Co. are Messrs. Walter ana therefor; 'I shall be redeemed according to law
compelled to use or what he may expect from a re- I Detroit,Mlch. :
move Walter Mariovs 14. To acquire. own. control and deed will issue thereon the
Sewell and tax on
J t household use Adolphus
( from a deep! well for fined and enlightened public senti- ,iisjjose of all kinds of real and personal I
29th day of July, A. D. 1907.
I the old Suwannw-
and for the stock on the place oughtto "Away down upon property; :
and made to ment. I river' is, .it seems, quite an attractive I 15. To do any and all things necessary -I Witness my official signature and
be sent: to the pen Our town is remarkably fortunatein REWARD OF $25 and requisite for carrying on seal this the 25th day of June, A. D.
mill eighteen hours a who. country to some of our citizens. the businesses herein authorized.
. work a tread having for a marshal a man 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK.
I day the balance of his life. what views he entertains | Mr. and Mrs. Pat T. Randall, I ARTICLE III. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
no matter delightful boat ride to a few Strayed or stolen, on July 7, a Capital Stock C-2S By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C.
and ( a
After many trials, vexations politics or any other subject gave The amount of the capital stock of q qI
, religion I bright bay mare weighs about
Ion 4th. In the pony
Mr. C. M. Cam got I in his official ;'of their friends on the this corporation shall be fifty thous-
1 disappointments or what he does I Mr. and Mrs. Randall and. ( SOO pounds; black mane and tail; and dollars ($50.000) divided into 500
his canning factory started Tuesday capacity, is never anything else but party mane clipped between ears and back shares of the par value of one hun- I NOTICE
afternoon. All the girls are employed I children Mrs. Quigg and Miss Hilda'j I dred dollars ($100)) each, all of which I -
i and by Wright Mills, of Miami Mrs. .W. D. Graham, |! of where collar fastens; white spot said capital stock shall be payable in For Publication. Department of the
in pealing, filling cans etc. NOTE-Received too late for last white cash.
J ( ion forehead, and a small spot
Counts and
will have of Ocala., Miss Rebecca ARTICLE IV. Interior. Land Office at Gainesville -
; the time the season is over -ED.) I : in mark left side
I week. one whip on
. I Messrs. O. II. Edwards and E. L. | eye; Term Fla., May 20, 1907.
, laid by a snug little sum. of rump near tail ; saddle mark on The term for which this corporation
of in ITEMS t Mills. I Notice is bereby given that William
The entertainment spoken ELECTRA back. Finder return to Chas. Burroughs shall exist is ninety-nine (99) years. I
the ladies of Mr. A. L. Mills, of Lynne Postoffice, ARTICLE V. Ardis of Belleview, Fla., has filed notice
our last to be given by last Fri Whitney, Fla., and get re Officers I
fromtt Banner: made a flying trip to Ocala i of his intention to make final five
postponed Cor. Ocala of this
the w. C. T. U. was Special ward. 75. The business corporationshall
.> i}& to the 27th. on account of Col. R- F. Rogers preached a fine ; day. CHATTEX CHUM. I I conducted by a President i year proof in support of his claim
11 11I Vice President and SecretaryTreasurer -
the latter Sunday morning. Ii jviz: Homestead entry No. 31440, made
rain but a heavy rain on sermon at Electra | SPECIAL NOTICEI I and by a Board of Directors consisting i
evening prevented the large turnout Mr. Lewis Pillans has returned to DUNNELLON DOTS have located at Citra, Fla., for the of not less than three (3) nor I March 25, 1902, for the northwest
I.f i I I'I. more than seven (7). to be elected at
I i of southeast quarter, section
'II' that was expected and caused a number :Martel.: practice of medicine and surgery. My the annual meeting. of stockholders to quarter
of the children who were to take We have plenty of sunshine at :I Special Cor. Ocala Banner: office is located on the east side of be held on the second Tuesday in January II' 2S, township! 16, south range 22, east

remain awa-I I Mr. Williams, who was in the employ Greeley street, in the little cottage of each year; and the following and that said proof will be made before -
: part in the exercises to present. named officers shall conduct the business -
has bought Mr. I of the Dunnellon Phosphate Drivers j I | Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala Fla.,
somewhat W.
which complicated matters Mr Jack Snell first door north of Mr. C. jclotting !i of this corporation until those I
on Heather Is- was struck by lightning this mom- and elected at the first annual meeting July 5, 1907.
but under the circumstancesthe BaH's stock of hogs I and dry goods store, just I| Ion
Dr. Griffith could be shall qualify:
moving there ing. He died ere He names' the following witnessesto
All calls
children acquitted themselveswith land, and contemplates oposite City day or PrtO'sident-Louis E. Lang. '

this winter. I called. night will be promptly responded to. j I Vice President. T. Swartz. prove his continuous residence upon -
Rerunnlngham has returned Mr and :Mrs: John Perkins of Lynneare I Miss Elsie Geiger, who has been Telephone calls for the present will I I I Board Secretary-Treasurer-L of Direct.rs-Louis W.E.Duval.Lang, and cultivation of the land viz:
Waters, has returned -
from district conference.F. visiting their daughter. Mrs Josh I visiting Mis Dora be received and delivered by centralat I A. T. Swartz. L W. Duval. James Summers of Belleview, Fla.;

successful melon of :Moss: Bluff who we learn is t to her home at Bermuda Island. depot of S. A. L. railroad, Citra j j ARTICLE VI. Jeff Davis of Belleview, Fla.; Bnrrell
C. Mayo, our !
well hope she will soon be Mr. Hull of Inglis U spending a Fla. Respectfully, i; Samuel of Belleview, Fla.; Gorge
as We
grower and all round man: very sick. I' ;I IGH.lm highest amount of indebtedness
t for his home in to health. days in town. M. M. CONNER, M! D. |i to which this corporation shall at any Summers of Belleview, Fla.
J U farmer, leaves after restored Educational and Cooperative Mr. Stein has been hustling among time subject itself is fifty thousand 5-24 HENRY S. CHUBB,
Georgia in a few days to look The Farmers I for I dollars $50,000).
He left Tuesday NOTICE II
America has or- the merchants. Register.
his cotton He will later in the Union of I I ARTICLE VHSubscribers

crop. to secure I at Moss Bluff. They: Ocala. :
1 k I season go to Rocky Ford, Col. union quite enthusiastic )lr. A. M. Rizy went to Jacksonville) Notice is hereby given that the undersigned The names and places of residenceof
nestyear's S"twice and are
mouth, ,
seed for a the subscribers together with the Notice to Creditors -
1 his cantaloupe work for the orderA Tuesday attend to business. chairman of the board of amount of capital stock subscribed for
Ho buys the melons in their I I Notice is hereby given to all creditors -
planting. hail storm passed To those who are looking for a de county commissioners will sell for by each, is:

4 In the fields and personally superintends very destructive Monday afternoon sirable place to open a first class cash at public sale at the west door Louis Name E. Lang.Residence Ocala.Florida..26 Shares legatees, distributees and all

: the set savtng, so that none I over this section hailstones wereover boarding house or hotel should locate I' of the court house in Ocala, Florida j:i \.. T. Swartz. Ocala, Florida . .:22 other persons having claims or demands -

; but the seed of the best melons are Many of the inch '. | in Dunnellon. Mrs. Brown, the August 5, 1907. at 12 o'clock, noon L W. DuvaL Ocala Florida-------- against the estate of HerbertA.

:, Used. I an inch long and an crop wiMr. was ; proprietress of the Dunnellon House I II the iron fence around the court house County' State of of Florida.Marion. Ford, deceased, late of Ocala, Marion -

S. 'le parties are still shipping to- GVWaters' grape and has to refuse boarders every day, as 1 1I I square, and such chairs, tables. iron Before me. the undersigned author- County, Florida, to present the
returns. ruined, the grapes I Louis E. Lang, A.
ity personally
came within two
J mail fair entire same to the undersigned
to get other
and claim amost on the ground under she has not the room to accommodatethem. safes, desks, cabinets and T. Swartz and L. W. DuvaL to me well
\ BARKIS. leaves lying thick of the few late I I things which the board finds properto known to be the individuals who signed years from this date.
late for last arbOr. 3fost the foregoing proposed charter of GEORGE H. FORD.
off. The post
also knocked i The Ocala Supply Company, who severally WHITE FORD.EMILY .
week.-ED.) peaches were late for last new quarters sometime this week. Board County Commissioners. I CECELIA
too acknowledged to me that they STOTESBURY.As .
( D-lt-7-9-07-w-tf-7-12-A7: subscribed their names to the said

ANTHONY ITEMSS week.-ED.) Mr. O. M. Gale, who is now with proposed charter for the uses and purposes Executors of tbe Last Will and
therein set forth and expressed.I Testament of Herbert A. Ford, De
ciilca ,
American girl, has the Belleview Trading Company, was FOR SALE-T'\'o good cows certify that I am a duly commissioned -
s !al Cor. Ocala Banner: vv Button, the the tennis in Ocala Wednesday, interviewingseveral 11 guineas. 1 buggy; 1 lot of plows. Notary Public in and for the ceased.

\tSomt' tomatoes and cantaloupes of the for the second time won well known drummers. See Miss Time Pyles. 7-11-21. State of Florida and that my commis- I Ocala, Florida, Feby. **, 1907. .' J

,I we being shipped. A number championship of England.
Urge shippers have turned



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I I THE COUNTRY--- DOCTORA -L!i iI I! " '''''!'''''' ''' '' '''' '' ''''''''''''''' ''' '''''''''''' '''''''''" " "" " ,1

Noble Tribute to the Old Time Physician ,
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The following 13 going the rounds i!:
of the press uncredited: i iI.i'4

Nothing In the English language is'I If ;' -
f I more beautiful that MaeLaurf-n's i ii ; t 0t

i "Beside the Bonnie Briar Bush" and "-.
i. not even Dickens has drawn so strong I It -- -

t, and enduring a character as Wuhan.SIcLure ; I r v .
> : the country doctor, who d 1 Ii ;- I: L "
i dined a valuable post because h- rf "

r I .' preferred to work among his ownpeople -1J1.IrU'" ;Vet WD. '
W" ==
\! In every community cur' i iI I'
r I I t : doctor has g,.ne in and out of tfcim it := !r'1tU 1fcl fi V1.-UU.s fi ,

t ; pie homes, not working for the pa': I
;1 I I but because: of the love of hi- bj:_"., I 0-fI-- --90
: calling ana the love of The p*-orJ:" i -- -0
I whose g;a'itude and lace *ere: cot;,-; --- -
pensation beyond anything that cou.d: i ir !
til -- .
F be represented in dollars You harknown r
r ; tD -- vaI /' 0
such a doctor, not as 1 -arnF.if i ,
:t; ; WE va1
as the specialists, and as s;mp':: a" E HEADQUARTERS 4'3
I he aasLlessed "der and kind. He tai !i j
1 I tom- -4114JI
; hi'.manity in ever c-01ntry. i i ---
: In William McLare, the Good Sara i tan ph\Firan; Ian MacLartn t.lS ;
f idealized the character of th>! u!:"" <.:. : .+++.. H ................. sra..................oe....oo...sAS.e.........................++s+........... ...............y e --.r---
i .
fish doctor He has won his ba:t..'- > -
I in the silent watches of thfn:-rr/. : + -.t

t with no reporter to blazon l IIi s \.:<". I CAR 11 T 11 1 : -

f } tones, and no reward except the ar:: i! I -. -
: Itnde that beamed from a niurL-1- ; ---
i eye and compensation that c'UIT.i .-- : 1
t i to every great man who hat: : cuf. i !LOAD r. ]
sciousness of having wraU1Jt : :: .. l I
I If he had written nothing \:50: tknt: rteSA- -0
I'I to have drawn the picture" of ti1-! _
ORDER QUICK. Ib Sacks. !
f Scoten country doctor, Ian MacLaruwould I --- ISO
r long rank anion; the foivmo-r I If + --+.
men this country has produce Ic'' ? --tJI
f' I' might be truly said of Dr. \\'atsrnu i: i REYNOLD'S NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO in 5-lb, Boxes. : ==

j hat he said of the prayer the ni'n.-! ;- "! .. --
y. :
ter at the grave of William
l ;_ that he had "!i\"ed from youth ICLur"1:," E: ROSE LEAF PLUG TOBACCO, 12 UE Boxes to Case- : ::
t age, not for himself but for othersk
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t!!k j, ".' ..- Prosperous-Florida j i i I E f New supply GERMAN STOCK FOOD, Condition Powders, &c, +4 4 --.

Under the above head the: Xl'I< I :. .. --
J York Sun of recent date speaks :n i -0
3 glowing terms of Florida her pr...:-. i : --
4 -
i tnt prosperity and the great '
': ous future which lies prosPH'j'> i CHAS SAXBORX'S

1 With the orange groves producing k} + -.
1 crops again, this state will beyond 4- -
i .
j doubt be the most prosperous of a!!: : --i
t the states of the Union The S>,.n i, ; ---
t l ears: ., 4 4t ---

} ..' "From Florida, the state cf orans: ,.. ,, ....... 4 .
i t pineapples and Kej; West cigars, th.. j r .. .. .
: : commercial supremacy of which bet: I '
.' .
been limited by events in Cuba arc! --cI
:. i Porto Rico, there comes tidings'! of i : -
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i great prosperity In one of then'
i i industries of the state, the deu'oii; :.'.i,i i'J E: 4 4 Please the most exacting trade.o i ri
ment of which puts Florida in a paf! I
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of prominence in the line of mdu-' : 4 -
3 trial expansion. This is th.' phi.- -
:of phase industry, developed in lxs\ an.' -
i I now accountable In part for :h... %" ufral -- ;
t; prosperity which Florida ijoying. !: Q Y-- iCANDIES. NUTS. CONFECTIONS. I I.811 -.a
Th> supply is enorm'an ii'' -
t P-
the ruling prices are high a <'OWJ1-! i -.r

II : nation which is the certain enara-u.: .., i ::: : . . .. .. % --.
:; .. of success."Formerly. ': -_-_- .' .- ._ ,. .-- .- .' --_-. -.'. ..-...,,-"... .-- -..-.... '- ...'jf---"_.- -"..;- -_'.>. -_'.y.,,! '.,;,_".ft";;,._ ,' .. _.''_."'_,,".,_' __ "... -- .. #-.. __. ---'_.c nC--___'_,,,.,".,, ->
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t American (pho>\phd--' ; A .
1 was obtained chiefly in South (',.rTina. rl>. I s -
That state produces about ,""" E f These are in strong demand at this season. We are --

j i 000 tons annually but Flozida ,- 'I,

r still; "For large tb source successful of supplv de\elopnient uf'I I 'E f carrying a large, fresh stock and can fill your orders j i --

: its chief industries, Florida has some I [ : ,
; advantages which until recently it did: i I I==- i' promptly.1 Sdh em ln. : -..

; not possess. The condition orai. ;' j 3::
fare in neighboring Cuba. which hay: 'i I .- .
1 been almost chronic during manv+ i i! ir'- .: : "-' J
f years, is now at an end and th.. III'I I' I i iportunities 4 --- ,
for business between Oi ---
ir j = : : '
ba and Florida have been gnarlpr! ''' i 1
# moted by the pacification of the tur-I j t'u'b-IS>- :. : ::: !i
mer country, and the abolition of th. i ___ :
oppressive trade restrictions main: 4 ,. I I
.. .lained under: Spanish authorm Th'I i -'-

Y piesent prosperity of Florida .'- : -' Choice Canned Meats '
I shown in many ways, in imrcas-:;-.d! : f -
I 1 ank transactions, in enlard ra! : .
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road receipts in greater impor's and

) wpons, iu shipping clearan,(','--. '11th.' ;' t:E We can supply almost everything in the lines of goods 4 --
demand for labor, in the ('uI't.llat.lIl!! !

., of t mortgages." I and in saving, hank i rtarns. *.. : E f that are just now in demand for picnic parties and cold 4 ---

i I. The Dread-of Death I' tom-- f lunches. See that an assortment is on your next order 4 ,.i:

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Among the cultivated men an-d! \\omen '
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of the later Roman empire. :: -- 4 ----
tide became a sort of moral .'pd: <'mJc. -- 4 -
The fashionable Stoic diK.u: :a.! ,. -- + -

Acting on a race which had \\:1:1: fl- i COP E A S i 1
degenerate and decline and :'o-< i 1"- 3* 4 4
grip on life killed! the dread or ,1 L'.It.: -- -
Men left the world for a whim, "on: : ---

,, on the thought to do" th- *an;>- th.I.i1-; '- i All kinds ; for summer planting. +4 -.--r'a'
over and over again. The l'hrbul:'! -- 44 -
doctrine that self-slaughter is: a -'!i I--- --
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did not effect them, and the no": ':* --
that there was something; Kf ;.NNNrHh..........................o..eo..a.....4+ .. ...a.a+............+...o......... .. ; -- ,
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quitting one's post was not >tt !>u::: C Nr} -- '
t Dryden, in one of his drama>. can --- -s
; trasts finely the feeling about ::-.IHd.: -" -IIs .
of the ancient and modernv.,':'! -- sd 1 ''
The Romans, he sa 'J s, mu'ht ''.' I d6
: charge their souls" and ti i\',- 'c". .: I d -- --- 64
leave to enter the othtrvo': '!. I r: ": 1 p7>- Y .-
we like sentries, are tom+,,1..::1' r" r -
stand "'neath starless skies and \\.t" -- IJI -
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the appointed hour." Dr. l/o'Plart'l; }' >'r .' 51
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1t t peaking of the dread of d :Hh. a\ : I It -'
"I am never tired of saying, i>..-l '
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cause I am sure it is as true au :

comforting, although in opposition( : E OCALA FLORIDA .s.-
the general belief that death ha, ho
I terrors for the sick man. To th. L 1 ,.. : '........ -
ing and healthy man it is quirt otherwise : -
but the sick man upon w hum'j jr' '! -

r death imperceptibly lays hi3 out hand of pales life."gently and,!;( :? ," 6"6"6"" ." '," " ." "' '' l E3r '" " 6"6'6'6'OJ .



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