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 19, 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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System ID: UF00048734:00438
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:i 40.444404........e..NNi.NN...N.pp.N.1NpM Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas of Pinewe're i A Former Ocala Girl Wins a Prize ---i = --- *

... .............44111.40144141411444414444....4 1 1i i shopping in Ocala Tuesday.Mr. Miss Mable Godson, a former resident fIWE

!i. .4 I of Ocala, now living in Miami i ARE ALWAYS READY I
4 I .
Richard S. Hall returned home. II
is quite popular in that city. I I
it f I yesterday afternoon after a week's
absence, which he spent at Jacksonville The Miami Metropolis of Saturdaysays i


II 1 The count at noon today reveals WELCOME THE CHECKING ACCOUNT OF THE MAN r
4I ECZEMA LOTI ON II I Louis R. Chazal of this city,
Miss Mable Godson of Miami, the win WITH SMALL BUSINESS.MUNROE .
who has been in Europe for a coupleof

I weeks, has gone to Rome, Italy, for ner of the special prize offered by the I

: .. :I a few days' visit. Metropolis for the young lady receiving & CHAMBLISS: ,

4 50 Cents a Bottle 4 4 the greatest number of votes dur- BANKERS

:: 4 4 4 I Mr. and Mrs. Townley Porter went ing the week ending today at noon.
4 4 down to Lady Lake Saturday afternoon The diamond and pearl sun-burst

i i AT THE 4 4 4 4 4 4 I I to spend a few days: with Mrs. brooch which has been in the show

4 4 Porter's mother and sister. window of Maynard's jewelry store

this week, goes to Miss Godson as a --

i 4 Post office Drug Store j Alice Caroline the little threeyearold -'r reward for her efforts in vote getting.Miss Social Lite Among the Ocala Colony Doyle-Norwood

4 4 daughter of Mrs. Sarah C. Quigley, Godson is second in the lead at Seabreeze Mr. and Mrs William Henry Nor

4 : on Watula St., is convalescent after for winner of the race of the free ex I Misses\ Emma and Edna Nelson wood of Perry, Ga., have announcedthe

.: 4 i I an illness of three weeks with the cursion to the Jamestown Expositon.She .
gave a card party Saturday afternoonat engagement of their daughter
i 4 Prescriptions Prepared Properly' : : I mumps. is a type of lovely womanhood,
4 and we are pleased to know that she their cottage at Seabreeze. There Mary, to Mr. Arthur J. Doyle of Jacksonville

t .4 Mrs. H. L. Anderson and daughter, is so highly appreciated in the Magic were four tables of progressive whist Fla., the wedding to take -.-
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+ ++* ... 4.444* 0 11.14 j Miss Lillian, left Monday for Michigan City. and one table of dominoes, the games place in August -'

4444444444444.. p........ ...............40. to spend the summer. They being played on the piazza. Sherbet, Mr. Doyle is one of the best known

-- were joined in Jacksonville by Miss Charles Finley Killed in Jacksonville ake-and-c ndy-were -served after traveling men in Florida, and has

*44........+.444444444.4.4 Mr. Harry Bullock has accepted a ( Frances Anderson, who has been diaries Finley, son of Mr. C. A. Fin- friends all over the state, who will be
the games and the prize, a pretty
1 position with the A. C. L. railroad. spending several days in that city. ley, of Lake City was killed in Jacksonville interested in the above announcement -

booS, was won by Mr. Ralph Robinson. ,_
BIGGEST LINE Saturday afternoon by a live
Mrs. Edward Badger is quite ill at Those playing were Misses Em-
Mrs. Julia S. Haisley visiting her .
the home of her daughter Mrs. God- wire at the comer of Riverside avenue and Edna Nelson Ethel
ni'cIrs.. L. C. Lynch, at Gaines ma Robinson Prof. J. L. Wiley, principal of Fes-
OF I ville. frey Mover, at Lakeland. Mrs. Badger and Dora street. Louise Harris, Hope Robinson, Ethel
) senden Academy, was in Ocala Tuesday ;.
has been in that city about a week Mr. Finley was employed by the Crosby, Louis, Chadie and John Cha- t
and states that the for
and expected to return home Monday, zal, Ralph and Phil Robinson. Donald prospects
Mr. W. D. of Gainesville
Sheppard Bell Telephone Company, and was in the school at the coming term were
but will not be able to do so until Schreiber, Lagrange Sistrunk, Paul
spent Sunday with his sister in this the act of repairing a wire when the the best they ever have been. Fes-
she gets better. Weathers, Willie Anderson, Harold t
IWATCHES} city. horrible accident occurred. He camein senden Academy is one of the best -
Atkisson and Frank Harris. Jr., of
contact with the live wire and schools in the state for colored boys
ra An exchange says that in New Mexico Ocala and Miss Minerva Bond of De-
Mr. have
and :Mrs.: Hugh Williams
death resulted instantly. In fallingthe and girls, and it is growing rapidly
Johnny Gosh and Jennie Bern ;
Land and Misses Eula and Beatrice
returned home from visitin
Ce.days' '
a young man's feet caught on the into popularity with the race.
FOR were recently married. The local Little of Jacksonville.
Atlanta.Mr. .
wires and he was held suspended for
I editor could not resist too temptation *

to head it "Gosh-Dern." He has nearly an hour before his body was On Friday afternoon :Mr. and Mrs. The new city marshal (who is serving
Alfred Beck
is his
spending vacation
l LADIES[ !AND GENTLEMAN! I taken down. in Mr. Cleveland's place during
!in Savannah and the adjoining been living in the desert ever since, Geo. K. Robinson gave sxteen of the
The deceased was a splendid young i his absence from the city) has put a
resorts. feeding on cactus and sand. He prefers young people a dinner party at their
man, and a member of one of the stop to the hackmen blockading in
that to facing the blushing bride -:
VvtF h cottage, the "Miami, in complimentto
most prominent families in the state front of the postoffice during the arrival
Men, !if you wear shirts, now is and the furious husband. Donald Schreiber, who was seven-
and his untimely death is sincerelyregretted. of the Atlantic Coast Line
. your opportunity. See the line on dIsplay teen years of age on that day. In the <-

at tte Globe. x. Mrs. M. C. Looney and little son. center of the table was a large birthday trains.
4 The funeral of the young man was '1
George left Tuesday; for Seabreeze,
held at Lake City Monday.Dr. cake ornamented with seventeen Mark Twain denies the story that -
:\lrs.\1. Handelsman of Newport where they will be the guests of Mrs.L. I lighted candles.
he has purchased Windsor castle.
I. News, Va., will arrive in the city the R. Chazal and Mrs. William Anderson ., Anderson at the Elks' ConventionIn The young people seated at the'ta.

THE JEWELER. latter part of the week. for ten days. From the beach bles were Misses Ethel and Hope DEATHS <
will to Atlanta a communication to the Ocala
they go to spend sev- .
Robinson, Emma and Edna Nelson,
4 44...................... Miss Sara Harris left Monday: for eral weeks with relatives and will Banner, Dr. William Anderson, who
Margaret Anderson Dorothy ScVber
is representing the Ocala Elks in the At Bardstown, Kentucky.
later the mountains of North !
Seabreeze where she will spend a go on to J
Miss Patton of Gainesville, IissMinena
July 4th, 1907 Mr. Thomas Smith _
Carolina to remain until the fall. big convention at Philadelphia says
__- _--- ------I month or six weeks. early Bond of DeLand, Donald
brother of Mrs. Richard McConathy
the city is beautifully decorated, and

Local and Personal Mr. Rollie Keating left Saturday Mr. J. L. Whisenant and little son I I. crowds of Elks are coming in by the Schreiber, Louis and Charlie Cnazal, of this city.
at-I Frank Harris, Jr., Jim Rentz, Ralph
ternoon for Philadelphia, to of Belleview were visitors at the train loads from all parts of the P
and Phil Robinson.
\ county site Tuesday. Mr. Whisenantsays I''I United States and Canada. He says '
Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. the Elks' annual convention.Mr. I J. R. Moorhead, D. S. WoOdrOw,..
that owing to the purchase of that this convention by far eclipses
I 'I Last Monday Miss Edna Nelson received President. Secretary.B. .
seed that failed to produce results asj anything of tbe kind ever: held. The
Emil VanEspen, a prominent
I a very painful though not a J. Potter, Gen. Mgr.
II Mr. Charles H. Lloyd spoilt Saturday phosphate miner of the Istachatia section ,promised, he lost almost his entire !i Philadelphia Enquirer of Sunday. the
I serious accident. She sprained her
, at Wekiva Springs.Mr. was in the city yesterday.Mr. !year's labor, to say nothing of fertilizers -|j 14th, says: ankle while at Daytona, and fainted WOOD MAR SAND AND STONE COMPANY

\ i and other things. He says his Ii j "William Anderson, exalted ruler[ Builders of
from the effects of the sprain. She is
1 and Mrs. W. T. Gary and baby A. A. Graham was among the I i seed were n. g. I of Ocala Fla., lodge, arrived at the now able to hobble around. CEMENT SIDEWALKS -
I Bellevue-Stratford, with a novel decoration
are at Lake Weir for a few days.
excursionists who went to Savannah Dealers In
Character is the product of antag instead of an elk's tooth
1 on the Coast Line yestetrday.Mrs. The coming on shore of a monstersea LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers :
, Mr. Montholon Atkinson was onisms. The muscle is made strong pinned to his breast. This was the
turtle several days created of
among the "Brick City's" well known under severe strain. We appreciatethe scale of the giant game fish of the ago
after fewdays'
Alvarado a quite a sensation. Mr. George K. CONCRETE BLOCKS, <
Saturday visitors. strength of an ocean-going steamer Southern sea, the mighty tarpon.
1 1 visit to her daughterIrs. Robinson got a rope and attached it PAVING MATERIAL
the and terrible
Leavengood, letIonda)" night by many FENCE POSTS Etc.
around tbe turtle, and with the assist
\ Irs. A. O. Harper of Daisy was she weathers. The wearysome jour Negro Woman Commits Suicide
Savannah Estimates and furnished and
for plans
i ance of several others, drew the turtle
shopping in to city Saturday. She ney to the distant mountain-height is The colored race is not given
\ contracts taken.P. .
ashore. After the curiosity of the
at the Montezuma hotel. for the larger vision. To much to suicide, but an occurrence of
was a guest Mr. and Mrs. Loren H. Green leave necessary crowd was satisfied they turned him O. Box 956 Ocala Florida.
"" 'tl e 21st for the have nothing against which we must this son comes to us from Tiller's
i on the Apache on him
on his feet again, and permitted
, Mrs. O. W. Reagan and Mrs. Roy Muskogee Lakes, Ontario, Canada, struggle bravely is to develop a char still near Martin.Coots1e I
to retreat to the sea again, where he
for their old acter at and worthless. Haynes colored woman
Reagan left this week summer.Timest"nion. once insipid a
for the
was lost to sight. FRECKLES AND PIFFLES
home In Pennsylvania.-Brooksville twenty-six years old, who had been .soon *

Star. Lady Lake, so far as we know, captured The mid-summer excursion to Savannah sick and bad grown despondent, shot Rev. C. C. Carroll of Ocala wa registered REMOVED In Ten Days.Nadmola.

j, the blue ribbon ,for the largest and Columbia over the Sea- herself with a double-barreled shot at the Seaside Inn, Daytona, I

Miss Lydia Dozier, of Jacksonville, watermelon. It tipped the beam at board Tuesday morning was largely gun last Saturday. Her father was last week. :I
with her at the time of the commis The
Dr. 11. C. ComplexionEeaut'fier
is visiting her nephew *
7C(j pounds.Mr. S *
brother Mr. Leonard attended, especially by our colored sion of the act, and had just left her Iltt' IS CD.I -
Dozier and her ,
population. Among others who at- bedside and stepped out on the piazza Mrs. Meffert and. children are occu- I _.. = i:-5cJ by thousand
Mrs. Oscar Tignor and .,
and tended was Rev. P. G. Gowins, who for when he heard pying a cottage at Daytona Beach. j -= ft ;ut.ft..llilJis.anj
some .
with purpose ,
baby are spending the summer has not been back to the "Old Palmetto I I e---- .-: g. .rintceJ to( remove
of and returningto
report a gun, on I -
Irwin Reardon, formerly relatives at various places in Geor State" since he left there forty-two j The first boat in several weeks Zl .:i! facial ducolorat'una -
the room found her dead. I .
this but more latterly of Savan '- a. : -" and restore the
city, gia. years ago. He says that he is going passed near the shore Saturday morn ":"-;:'
nah and not long ago a soldier in for the Halifax I C' -- -- beauty at youth. The
back to the old homestead and drink Notwithstanding the midsummer ing. It was headed
the Philippines, is now In the express Mr. and Mrs. A. Douglas of Shady has river supposedly. Everybody was out I worst cc9 if! N'L'nty dye. 5':. and 51.00
water from the spring where he first season the Ocala Iron Works i : I
at a.1 i ir.! ", :'- s'.rr- y ir.ail,
service in Chattanooga. Grove, rejoice in the birth of a slaked his thirst when he was a kid; nearly one hundred workmen on its; I viewing it through opera glasses. Frew: .d '). .T.( NAL riilLEr ",,' '.ir s. Tee*.

daughter. The little one made her that the water, as he remembers it, payroll. This institution is rapidlj.1 I S t t I

)-'S. M. G. Jones of Anthony, formerly appearance Saturday.The is so cold that it will freeze the teethin coming to the front as one of the I There was a \'ersevere electric I Ii -

\ Miss Gertie Needtarn of this your head, but as he has lost his leading machine shops of the state i: storm Friday afternoon. several per.I I

city, spent Friday and Saturday in waves of the ocean are as human now, he will have no fears along this having recently installed machinery I sons claiming to have been shocked. Beech Nut

Ocala, the guest of her father, Mr. hopes-dashed to atoms one after line. He is going to draw water, too. sufficiency !large to handle the largess i Tbs lightning was terrific, and the ,

Thomas Needham. I another, on the sands; their con I from the! o'!.l \\ell l'a tin;=. I cottagers were quire frightened. I Sliced Bacono
melody that lullsto
tinuous roar is as a i

Miss Marion Galloway, with theyoungest I I ---- ---_ __ -- _____._____ .==-=:-::=:
Death of Mrs. Deruiz
daughter of Mrs. Tom I I = = """
I VIIH" The family and friends of Mrs. El-
Smith and several other young folks Ladies do you ask for vanilla, or S-V-
la D-'rna were inexpressibly shocked
to RIBBON: Vanilla :
Lake Weir yesterday ask for BLUE
went down to
you Tnt,,day morning to learn that
[Pena Sunday. ? There's a vast difference, an.la r SHOES1N.t
Tb-; pop ar young woman who all
saving if you use BLUE RIDBON. -
I of our great I l I !h-r ::fe haJ enjoyed robust healthT .
, brother
Mr. P. II. Shafer, ,
by !
Mr. T. W. Shafer, accompanied ; i
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from hf> hus-
last and daughter, Ti! r telegram was
, :t 'h! wife and baby, arrived here days Mrs. S. T. Sisrrunk Monday afternoon j) \ > f..,.> t,..ob t,, c:"., ,( [cian1 J. who i Is in Bustoa, and staged I
Ocala on a few came home \ .
from ,
, Virginia week. \ i :ha, -ie! had died suddenly.

; \lsit-Ft. Meyers Press. 1 from Seabreeze for beach a next '' a'i'::: I I Mr, Deruiz before 'nor marriag**,'I

will return to the .,, ,
: f.j Mr. J. W. Sanders of :Early Bird They !'I ,, ,./., \ \ 1: I vas Miss Ella Ravaor.. and had been I
t week. ," few She was aau'tl
I I'II niarn a only a years.:
of several \ .
will the erection : ; .: Styia t
;, shortly begin i .- I b- ; l and canning woman, and !
, South Third street, L. Bittinger and daughter. u ; tt u ulrl
cottages on Mrs C. death will I
) Comfort ( the arnouncement of her II
probably Brown and I
lIe will Jake 'II
which rent Mrs.
he will Adele,
: Miss I Cctu-H' profound sorrow among her Ii I
have gone to Delia & Durability I II
9 put up five houses. son and daughter mountains I t fn_-i.'U in this county. i f71 tOR hll trt lrl

9 Springs, N. Cin tbe I ; Si-5 was a naive of this county and
* dr. and Mrs. W. S. Durst, Miss El- Asheville, where they will re- PRICES THAT PLEASETheMarion5hoe L :31. Tastes as good as it looks.-.and it
I near } : wa a daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. ,
:: lD.lhvint"liss! Mary Irvine :and Miss main until the early fall. i I Raysor of this city. looks very good. A delicious break .;

1Vttte Carlton left :Monday: for Sato ) ( The remains will be brought home fast dish, cf great food value, whole

vncah Washington, and LWto Ley, who has been some all the year 'round. .Try the
Richmond, )lr. for burial and the funeral arrangenientr. -
days with relatives: Goo "Beech-Nut"-it's different.
the'Jamestown several
-: Exposition. spending ; will be announced later.
:. this city, returned to i
hews reached Ocala Saturday of and friends in Jacksonville last Tues- I (J. M. Me2ert D. B. Mayo.) I This paper offers its sincere condolence .
& San his home to the bereaved family.
\ the 1 death of Mr. Frank Bishoft in day. Mrs. Ley and the children will j: BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAM3LISS AND POST OFFICE. 0. GROCERY

ill Attonto. Texas. Frank was days longer. They are OCALA, FLORIDA.
years resident of Ocala, and remain some sister, Mrs Arthur ) (, Mrs. Wishart is home after a visit CLARK BROS., Props., Ocala, Fla..

: 1. "as ago a the fire department I with Mrs. Lets Grove. p J 1J- 5 ..-A. <=IIUA.MW'; II to friends in South Florida. Phone 174.
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THE OCALA BANNER I('to bear on judge and prosecuting at- I!r graphic correspondence between Co!. in length measure over twelve inches l ooo OOO 9 9Q 9 Or.

: I I tory ny in Manatee county to ha\e'I Knight and myself published in the J by actual measurement.

II( his case continued. Please do all in Tallahassee Sun. is practically all I[ I! These ;samples; were grown by Mr 1 r.f; cf nourish 0
FRANK HARRIS, Editor. Convalescents need a large amount
i: your power to have the case tried made out of the whole cloth.. I bate Junie Counts of Shady Grove and .Mr'Buford : ?

-P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager | now. P. 0. KNIGHT. had no communication of the sort: Leitner of Griner Farm V ment in easily digested form.

------- t Tallahassee, Fla., April 10, 1507.Stovall :; .-I with any person regarding the Manatee i Mr. Counts applied a not too liberal E

: I Tampa, Fla.: Anything new county cases in which L'Engle is i I supply of fertilizer to his field and S Scott's Emulsion is powerful nourish. .Q,

\ '' --1-:: : iin line of developments 0. involved. The statements and pub gathered thirty bushels to the acre. ment-highly concentrated. 4Li\ (
.d fJ t 1 :
yi ki' I j Knight. lished messages claiming to show !I Hitherto the same land has averaged

....-..:.:.:,"_" .....',%:1;.4L""-"-0" I II j Tampa. Fla., April 10.-P. 0. that I communicated with Judge |J i less than ten bushels to the acre, and L t It makes bone, blood and muscle without ,

J4."io1 : __ ,C } : Knight, Tallahassee.! Fla.: Xothing I I Stewart and Sheriff Wyatt on the':',some years less than eight. The Jl; "it' tax on the digestion. Vf "
.., ,, '. except L'Engle's Sun. It disgracesyou. subject are totally false. I have ':ference is tremendous and is enoughto (a any j

{ / ( Have you seen it?-Stovall.i never communicated with these officials ,I arrest the attention of every farmer 41 ALL DRUGGISTS! : 5Oc. AND $1.00. }Jj 1" !'>ov
of c;: j'lnt
I':=' t t'Y" '! Tallahassee, Fla., April 10, 1907.- on this or any other matter. I I I I in Marion county. Corn is the O Oa (J u ".o .c. (tJJJ

:, t .r '(t: I&, Stovall, Tampa, Fla.: No; but has am having an investigation made of I staff of life, and the man who on the
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: l"'lI.'..:! :'m- T.. 'anyone in Tampa seen it?-P. 0. the files of the local Western Union same land and with the same labor -.-. _.-

r Knight.P. J office, which will show that none of t I can more than double the yield cer-':Work on Key West Extension Has I Mr. CharltsV.. Irwin has been

t { FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1907 I O. Knight, Tallahassee, Fla.- the messages published by L'Engle I tainly deserves to be regarded as a.i!! Stopped elected president of the Live Oak

I Yes; and you must do something at was ever received or sent by me, thus :1; benefactor to his generation and to i ijthe Publishing Company to succeed Mr.J. .
I j We print elsewhere a special to
once to stop this.-Stovall. showing their utter falsity.:' ,i generations that are to follow. j the Tampa Tribune containing the F. Sherwood, who is in Colorado,
KNIGHT'S CONSPIRACY AGAINST P. 0. Knight, Tallahassee, Fla.- County Judge Stewart, of Manatee Mr. Leitner applied no fertilizer to. caring for a sick child. Mr. Irwin is
I I startling announcement that all work
L'ENGLE Will you be !here tomorrow? Some- County-"I have just read the article I/his land, and the difference in the J!ion the Florida East Coast extensionhas also now the editor and managerthe if

I '. thing utmost importance see you Ii I I in the Tallahassee Sun, in which it is yield is just as marked. j been suspended and the reason Live Oak Democrat. He is ri "-
: : When Dick Turpin Claude Duval, about.-Stovall. charged that I entered into I '
I a conspiracy Every farmer who is mindful of his ( graceful and forceful writer and no
assigned is that Mr. Flagler has met
and members of their guild, patrolled Tallahassee, Fla., April 12.-Sto I with Colonel Knight and Ed- own interest should put himself in event of moment escapes bis vigilant -
with obstructions from the
so many
: ; /- the king's highways in England and vall, Tampa: Drastic legislation pend--. itor Stovall to further their private I possession of some of the seed of this eye. The Democrat is one of our
that he finds it impossible
i 4 held up the wayfarer, it was done for ing. Unable to leave. See Graham navy department -
by having L'Engle brought to ;, remarkable corn and not rest until most valued exchanges.PROFESSIONAL.
I to go on with the work until -
the of '
; purpose robbery. and have him push libel suit. We Manatee county to answer charges the same is planted.

f There was no guess work or conjecture must remove this party at once. An- against him here. The statement is When you come to town all ye far- matters can be adjusted.Our .
I own information is that the en-
f 4. : about it, but the purpose of swer quick-P. O. Knight also made in the article that Mr. mers of Marion county, call around CARDSW.
; these gentlemen were clearly under- Tampa, Fla., April 14.-P. 0. I gineers have recommended the abandonment -
J. Knight communicated his wishes in to the Commercial Bank and have a
of the cement constructionand
I! '. stood. Knight, Tallahassee. POL: Sheriff the matter to Mr. Stovall, and that heart-to-heart talk with Dr. Boozer on I II the H. POWERS, M. D.
substitution of steel instead
So, at a later day, when Mr. Jesse will leave shortly. Rest easy.-Sto- Mr. Stovall then communicated themto I corn and cotton growing. It will cost .
and the same is now under advise-
f ; James Leld in this and
, : sway country vall. me. The records of the Braden- i you nothing and may be many dollars PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.

r t terrorized the people of several Stovall. Tampa, Fla., April 15. 1907. town telegraph and telephone ojScesj! I j in your pocket. ment. -
Mr. Flagler went down the other
I: t' : states, the wayfaring man, though a -Wire Stewart quick. Issue warrant will show that none of these alleged j j Marion is a good farming county, Office Yonge Block.
day to make a personal inspection of
L fool understood what it for without
r : ; and send sheriff. Lose no time.-P. messages were ever received here. and it wants good farmers or, we OCALA, FLORIDA
the work and test the steel
being told, whether he from new ap
'f, : was O. Knight.
Mr. Stovall has never communicatedwith j should rather say. it wants more good -

I (I : Missouri, or some other state. Tampa, Fla., April 15, 1907.-P. O. me on any subject Any man on !I| farmers. for this year's results show pliances. T. E. BIGGS.
; So when child is I It is claimed that steel, subjectedto
a kidnapped and
Knight, Tallahassee, Fla.See my earth who I
f says ever, at anytime i that she has some excellent farmers, j
: taken to some desolate place, it is not certain processes, will not corrode 1
: message of yesterday. We will at-
L received a telegram or a telephone -!| but as good as they are they can be- ATTORNEY AT LAW.
; !; : done for the purpose of any unkindI tend to him.-6to\"all. in salt water, and is cheaper and
I message from Mr. Stovall, or come better ones. j
I : ness to the child, but the child is Stovall Fla. stronger than cement.If ,
t. Tampa May 9, 1907.Have who says that I was engaged in any 1

: held purely for a ransom. sheriff do his duty quick. Governor such conspiracy is a liar of the worst:..1 I Bad Burn Quickly Healed"I Mr.\ Flagler thinks it advisable to Law Library. Building. i

t : So also wben grave robbers ply about to interfere. This will type." am so delighted with what make the change work will necessarily OCALA FLORIDA I

I their nefarious business it is done ruin us.-P. O. Knight. Sheriff Wyatt. of Manatee County- Chamberlain's Salve has done for be suspended for a short while. E. W. DAVIS. \ \

( t : <:" for the purpose of extorting: money Stovall Tampa, Fla., May 1!, 1907. "Any man who says that I have ever me that I feel l bound to write and

: t i :; from the distressed relatives: of the -Sheriff about to return without: tell you so," says :Mrs. Robert Myt Change of Procedure
received a telegram. telephone
mes- ton 457 John St., Hamilton, Ontario. ATTORNEY
The latest exhibition of the editorof LAW :
deceased victim whose grave has been
t. : L'Engle. Governor playing activepart. sage or letter or other kind of message "My little daughter had a bad burn

.f' '< -. desecrated. i Have Stewart refuse to grant i from Mr. Stovall relative to the on her knee. I applied Chamberlain'sSalve the Tallahassee Sun is interesting
: The Tallahassee Sun weaves a most I i ir extension. O. Knight. I. and it healed beautifully." This only in so far as it further demon- Gary Block.
L'Engle is liar. I "
i case a have neverheard ,1
r '. Interesting story of a band of con-I Stovall, Tampa Fla.. Mar 15, 1907 from communicated 'I[ salve allays the pain of a burn almost strates a gradual process of mental OCALA, FLORIDA .
I or to Yr.Stot'1l !
instantly. It is for sale all
;' spiratoijs who tried to rid Tallahasseeof -Send sheriff again. This time get breakdown evidenced in a series of I
any or advice druggists. -
x. R.
I D.
I ; 1-' the presence of Editor L'Engle by II him and accept no excuses. We must I concerning the affair. So far as it I brain-storms. FULLER.DENTIST.

: the hot use of the wires and the instrumentalities remove him at once. Make last at- Close observers have been for .
f. concerns me, the story of the Sun is NOTICEIn
I t of the courts during some time watching the I Over JIuaroe & Chambliss' Bank
tempt. Act quick and be sure sheriff false in its entirety." I developmentof I'
s; the session of the last legislature, but does not return: without him.-P. the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial this condition and the latest out- OCALA, FLORIDAJ.

F for wbat purpose is not stated. O. K. j Circuit of Florida, in and burst will doubtless leave no further t

; i f I Men rarely do things that will' Stovall Tampa, May 21, 1907.Governor -: WAR TALK.A i I for Marion Chancery.County-In room for doubt as to the real trouble. E. CHACE, D. D. S. .
New York reader writes the
I. t :. bring censure upon them without interferes again. Can't you doj to [;i William S. Haselden, Complainant In all seriousness, the News would "

I I' ,_ some strong motive. I! something?-P. O. K. I i "Houston Texas) Post as follows: '!i.! vs. Mary Haselden, Defendant suggest! :nat the criminal prosecutionof DENTIST.s J

t. What Mr. Peter O. Knight had up. In reference to your leading editorial Order for Constructive this editor be withdrawn and that : i.-

: i: ,:- his sleeve is a mere matter of con- ;I Obtains:! by Detective in the_Servicscf J:j entitled 'A .sp taele for Japan l E r Service I a luiidcy commission be appointed to Holder Block. "' : "

: '. b jecture. the State j! would like to relate an incident which t.L: : It is ordered that the defendant OCALA, FLORIDA
':herein named towitIary: Hasel- take proper action in his case. fr
; : \:: If it had been shown that his Tallahassee Fla. via j ought to dispel some of your skepticism den .
.. :' purf Tampa, Fla. be and she is hereby required to Surely a man who would deliberately -
f :.' f pose was to steal the state of Florida, C. C. Whitaker, Bradentown, via Pal j. of Japan's designs on us. A few | appear to the bill of complaint in this manufacture alleged telegramsand MISS FLORENCE BRIGGS.oiriNOGRAPHER I

I I : or undo the scheme of reclaiming the I metto: days ago I accidentally made the ac. I cause on or before Monday, the 5th
; i day of publish them as genuine, know-
August 1907.It
I everglades, or had some other scheme Please push case down in Manatee. quaintance of a Japanese gentlemanin full : & TYl'EWRfT1tR.
is further ing well that they be
ordered that a can easily
; t ; of like dark import which a Sixth avenue elevated train. He copyof I
I f against L'Engle, and get him this order be published once a shown to be fabrications, and, upon
i ..;,:;. at the capital would frustrate away from here. P. O. Knigh. spoke English fluently, seemed to be week for four consecutive weeks in such false basis, seek to convince Commercial... Bank.
T an
:- there would have been some Bradentown. Fla., April S. 1907. well educated, and impressed me as the Ocala Banner, a newspaper published intelligent people that OCALA, ''i,

7 : foundation for the thrilling story. Sheriff Leon County, Tallahassee Pta knowing a great deal about naval in said county and state. a conspiracy FLORID't'iV
has been
This 26th day of June 1907. formed against him, could -
: Bat no motive> is shown for the creation I have a capias for Claude L'Engle: matters-so much that I now suspecthe S. T.
SISTRUNK. plead insanity in any court of justiceand
of the conspiracy except that issued by county court of Manatee: was a former naval officer. Our Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla sustain that with '!

:' ; ){r. L'Engle's presence at the capital county. Deputy: will arrive Talla: conversation turned to the possibilityof tt-28 By H. D. Palmer, D. C. evidence of his own plea the plain Jerry Burnett,

J -. meant ruin for Mr. Peter 0 I hassee noon tomorrow. Hold L'En war between Japan and the United EDWIN SPENCER. types.TampaXews

,' : Knight. gle for me. W. H. Wyatt, Sheriff. States, and he took no pains to con Complainant's Solicitor.A .

:: If Mr. L'Engle had answered the Tallahassee, Fla., May 15 1907.C. ceal hs views or his knowledge. He Correct View. Champ Clark, who is from Missouri Merchant

: mandates: of the criminal court of T. Curry, Bradentown, Fla.: said he believed war would come in

-. Manatee county b? would have been I I Wire your deputy to do his duty. the near future and would be begun All law-abiding citizens must endorse and ideal knows state, for says the that Florida is the

1 : absent from the capital only for a That's all there is to it. by Japan-but only under certain uni- the position taken by Judge poor man. The Tailoring.
man :it'ems also to be
in love
few days: at most so what great "plun-j I P. O. Knight. que conditions, namely: only if Japancan Stewart in the L'Engle cases on last with it.BLACK.-

i tlerbund" could Mr Knight have Bradentown, Fla., May ly, 1907. cripple at least half! of our navy i Monday. Mr. Claude L'Engle has not

-- :, rushed through the legislature in so To Col. P. 0. Knight, Tallahassee. Fla.I with a single blow, as she had doneat only; in his paper openly ridiculed and --- --- -

short a time? Wasn't the "Before Day Sent deputy sheriff for L'Engle. Port Arthur. The Japanese naval insulted the Manatee county court Ocala, Florida.

Club" there with its eagle eyes wide Wire from governor indicates failure: staff was greatly disappointed when and its proceedings, but he has defied Finest Imported and

. Open for the detection of the mildest to bring him. Let us know what has: our government recently ordered I its constituted authority. How ITCHING Domestic Cloths. ..

, and wildest sort of schemes? Could the been done. Answer quick. home the battleships Ohio, Oregonand he can be upheld in this by any man I

) governor who. Mr. L'Engle informs Chas. T. Curry. Wisconsin from the far east who desires to see the laws of his I Cutting a Specialty 1 /j

'I us, is as adamant against: all reductive Bradentown Fla., May 10 1907. They had hoped that our fleet there country respected and enforced, is a I POTS O Fits Guaranteed. \ if
I influences been hypnotized by To Sheriff Leon County, Tallahassee,, I would be augmented by the addition mystery to Bradentown Herald. I FACE .-.------ .
Mr. Peter O. Knight as soon as Mr. Fla.: / of the five new battleships of the Vir- Judge Stewart's course was eminently ----------------------------------= '

t : IF gle's back was turned? I, Has my deputy arrived? Have ginia class and perhaps the two of correct. It was the only dig -e_ TO THE CITIZENS OF MARION "

.f The fact that Mr. T/rnio'
I f ence was needed every day at the cap why? Answer quick.W. "all which they believed they could attorney who does not produce his l ; Worst Form Treated Disease r COUNTY :

ital to prevent the legislature from II. Wyatt, Sheriff. destroy in a single night attack with client-the prisoner, who had not I for a Year but Could Not Cure It

... going astray and bringing ruin and Tampa, Fla., May 11, 1907. about 200 torpedo boats. However, the majesty of the law been ridiculed I Patient Became Despondent-

J" disaster upon the state, it occurs to Judge Stewart, Bradentown. Fla.: the Japanese naval officers! he said and set aside, would long ago have You're sure welcome at our

t ; us, is a grave reflection upon that Stand pat. You are right. were somewhat reassured when we been at the bar., His failure to appear -I Suffering Promptly Allayed and store. In fact, we are very

\, body. O. S. Farr. replaced the battleships with the four the failure of his counsel to I| anxious to have you come in

Did the legislature need a keeper? Tampa, Fla, May 12, 1907. cruisers, Pennsylvania Colorado Maryland compel him to appear. is an insult DREADFUL DISEASE and inspect the finest drug;

We have read the Sun's article with .i To Judge J. J. Stewart. BradentownFla. t. and West Virginia. He even to the courts of Florida which should I CURED BY CUTICURA store in the South.

some degree of care and we hope with .: went so far as to declare that plans i I be most completely most sternly re- I _. S SOUR
EC I E ) fairness, but it does seem to us that I Please be at phone tonight at S p t. i are ready for the capture of theoej.i sented. I| with About four ypars 3RO I was afflicted
, j no such an article! has been written I m., sure. W. F. Stovall. I cruisers, the destruction of the I my which
since Dean Swift wrote his "Tale of I May IS, 19)7. dock Dewey, and the conquest of the I Ii ,:. pass in the state when legal pro- [ produced a severe itc-hinj irritation. and 1
( a Tub." i Philippines Further teases may be evaded : which cawed me a great deal of We will be ";
I To P. O. Knight, Tallahassee, Fla.: j I in Japanesev' by a b-eyed anoe and suffering, to such annoy. glad to take care .

Can you meet me in Tampa Sunda : newspapers our admirals, Dewey and egotist and sensationalist, aided and that I was forced to call in two an extent of: the of :your parcelsvinle you are / >sin

THE- UTNGLE "CONSPIRACY" to consult and take action in L'Engkmatter ,;' Evans, are likened to Russian officer.. ,r abetted by the ", tlte': 3: highest exec- i a leading thorough physicians examination of --. After i town Bring them iu and

:; --- i ? Very important. Wire an t. : and characterized as stupid and in- ut \'e officerVr two uthne complaint they announced of the it dreaded: to be i, well take care of them and

-Mr.I L'Engle, editor of the TaIla-i swer. John A. Graham 'I competent. The Russians are tylet! thoughtless! editors :,::1\ t:' sut'amedGo : skin treated eczema in its worst form. They I you won't lose them.
me for
hassio: ): Sun. claims that his 1 'tea admirals.? while \ ernor Broward in !his of same for the length I
Evans eviaonliaa-
presence ] Tallahassee, Fla., May is. and DtwI: one year, but the treatment: did
\ at Tallahassee during the session of'I'! John A. Graham, Bradentown, Fla: :' ey are called 'cabin admirals': eTC. I ,1 ry conduct during the legislative:: and 110 good Finally I beiiuiw despondent me i OUR DRUGS ARE ALL FRESH AND '
decided to di L"C i PURE
rho last legislature was undesirable I! Can't get away from bere. : leare, you to draw yourown (one]!:- &'-:;.;lon on the nmssimml that:' vice. Shortly afterward contmS, their ser i and _

; to the "interests": represented: : byj I II P. 0. Knight. !1 sious," L'Engle's presence was nt-c .':;sary- in i in reading a ropy of a weekly mv New husband York you make no mistake

: Col.! Peter O. Knight of Tampa, and Tallahassee. Fla., May 2'). I Ii i order; to get out the Journals of the ;'I cura paper Remedy.saw an j adverti:He.,;emont'of purchased the Cuti- '! US when;. you buy your drugs of
I the
that this estimable gentleman form Chas. T. Curry. Palmetto Fla: J IJ Promoting the Agricultural Interests house and senate, as if there was noi; tire outfit, and after using the: contents en.

',. ed a conspiracy to rid Tallahassee of This matter is at a standstill. Governor ( Dr. J. C. !'Boozer of the Commercial I]! other printer in the place competent i I I in of the connection first bottle with(If Cuticura the Cuticura Resolvent i Hunter

his presence. I wired Singletary.W. //1 Bank is using all his ,: to attend to it. Utter tommyrot. But; and Ointment, the breaking out entirely Soap Drug Company
: The motive of the efforts to promote -there is stopped. I continued the
urgent necessity H. Wyatt, Sheriff. not even such a silly excuse ] Cuticura use of the
: of getting rid of him is not clearly I and intensify the agricultural !I now, and it is high time that some after that Remedies: for six months, and -- }-
every splotch
i.. elated, but we 'k interests of this county in every possible drastic I I gone and the affected was enti lv ---.
judge Peter action
that the conspirators O. Knight-"I have just read L I were undertaken. clear parts were left a3
I' way. Some months he as ever. I have not felt
1>l formed the impression that the Tallahassee Sun's article, alleg"was ago Tampa Tribune. I torn of the eczema. limN". ., ""h,1nU".1l a; .''II1p-_._ .
with Mr. L'Engle: away it would be ing a conspiracy between Mr. Sto I exhibiting: samples of sea island I I I three years ago. The--Cuticura--- Kerne."as '- The '
; an easy matter to control the legislature vail Judge Stewart, Sheriff Wyatt:'I' cotton and distributing a fine articleof II i The Punta Gorda Herald is inclinI disease dies not,eczema.only cured but of me other of that dl'f'adful Marion
He i
showed how
the complk-ate
Governor Broward and the en- and myself to have Editor L'Engle price had Jed'I to the opinion that Cot Brown's'' troubles as well, and I have bf.ton the
-: tire state steadily moved upward, and demonstrated means of others being Dunnellon's Best
government, but as Mr. removed from Tallahassee duringthe by I i i candidacy for the United States senate -J disease by the CutkSra cured of the same hotel,

L'Engle was not removed, even for a recent session of the legislature. an easy computation the i I: will prove nothing but a joke. The j i I don't hesitate in saying Uemedies.that Cuticura and DUNNELLON
amount of money that could be made P..esolvent is thf' FLORIDA
few days, the designs of the The beSt blood
conspirators whole story is absurd. Of the its :| Herald says: "The newspapers may I that the world has medicine I
by cultivation and ever :
those known.
: were not made known. telegrams published and alleged to who acted;| regard Col. T. J. 1... Brown's announcement Lizzie E. SlLfge, .540 Jones Ave. )Irs. -
his ,
I \ We herewith append the telegrams have been sent by me to Mr.Stovall I !I: on will advice and planted the staple; for United States senator as a : Ala., Oct. 2s, lJO.3.! Se1.na, i I Kates: 1.50 to
I | reap a good reward I 88.50 \
which served as a basis for the article or received by me from Mr. Stovall, all I I'i. at the close i Joke, as some of them say they do; I per day,

I : and the reply thereto by the of them, with the I| but if Cot. I; Under Xew
parties exception of one I I; Later Dr. Sparkman keeps out of the SKIN HUMORS j :Management
I j on Boozer distributed the j I I
I I at interest: asking him if a certain copy of the' race Col. Brown will demonstrate the ,; I Refurnished
II i Sun had been received in Tampa are !!! seed of a very fine selection of two I fact that his candidacy is anythingbut i Eczemas, Rashes, Itchings, Irri. I Throughout.
: j fine varieties of corn, and the tations Cured I
results by
MESSAGES absolute fabrications, and will be established -j J of his a joke. He is a hustler, with Plenty -! Cuticura Porter Meetslll l
enterprise and forethought Warm baths with I Trains
as such as soon as the telegraph are of ability to arouse the voters, tIe Cuticura Soap, em. ,
Copied From Tallahassee Office now being shown. I with Cuticura Ointment hI"e
by people here and at Tallahasseecan even if he should fail to electrify the and mild doses of Cuticura Pills Solicit n Shareof;;
There is II aiford
Sun RepresentativeTo now on exhibition I immediate the
the relief
make an examination It is I and point to a I public
of their newspapers. just such pluck and speed y patronage.
cure of
!I Cha:;. Whitaker, Tampa Fla.: :files.t I the bank as fine a specimen of corn on : energy asa possesses that usually of the skin:torturing> St'alp ,and difiguring blood of humors -
cob infant
L'Engle is trying to influence as perhaps was children ,
bring and
W. F. Stovall-'The alleged tele- evergrown win out in any kind of any undertaking a'duits. when all eIsa fajl .

I anywhere. The ears are plump: and i ."-Gainesville Sun. Corp Sold oole throughout Props.th Boston.,- world Ma P'Itter, lIl'U.( .t Cbt'm, I i Mrs. Kilpatrick
: 4*No: l.'UU I l'a 1M.11 ia* 1J arM.lie4 1r I Prop.

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Local and Personal i! Mr. L. P. Cox i,; home on a visitto ; f Married I Stafford-Himes I THE W. O. W. j!i

his mother Mrs. W. S. Pike. He I A PRETTY MILKMAID
Wednesday morning, June 2Cth, at I From Friday's Daily. -
1. I Ir is at present traveling for a large I i Firt King Camp Gives Big Supper-j
4 Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. the residence of Mrs. Annie Stevenson A quiet home wedding at the residence -
Sara I dry goods house in Lynchburg, Va., Camp in a Flourishing Condition j Thinks Pe-ru-na. It a Winderful
of his many friends gathered in the of Major and Mrs. William Medicine. =
and is making big success The meeting of Fort King Camp. t

Mrs 11. L. Park of Anthony spent I line. beautifully decorated parlor to witness Himes at Bushnell, Fla., was solemn- Woodmen of the World, held in tlu1

Friday in Ocala, shopping. I the solemn marriage rites of ized Wednesday evening in the spacious 1 Forest on Friday night, will long lie 'Sti t Y:: Y. r
I lIon. Frank Harris, the veteran ed
Miss Lillian Evelyn Stevenson, one parlor of the home, which was I remembered by the boys as OIKm
I itor of the Ocala Banner, and one of
Mrs Baskin of Anthony was among !
lof our fairest daughters, and Mr. Paul beautifully decorated for the occasion. the most pleasant occasions in r.< itIy
the Choppers in Ocala on Friday. the prospective candidates for gov- ,
Ferdinand Edwards of Holder. The event was the marriage of their history of the camp. i
few hours in Palatkaon
ernor, spent a
Just at the stroke of nine, while daughter, Miss Mary, to :Mr. Luther I II There was an exceptionally: L'l"; V +
Mrs. J. J. Mixson of Williston is the Monday, en route to Seabreeze I
Miss Mildred E. Sumner charmingly D. Stafford. attendance and some of the choppi ; -
t1est of Mrs. C. J. Phillips.Mr. where his family has a cottage on the
beach.-Palatka Herald.Mr. played Mendelssohn's wedding march* The centerpiece was a pretty arch have the temerity to say that ;h-

W.1.. Shockley of Lowell wasa Rev. A. II. Cole and the groom enter- of magnolia, entwined with roses and fact that there was to be a "feed! .::'

ed one door at the same time Miss white crisp myrtle and from the cen- ter the session, was responsible :ui!
pleasant caller at the Ocala Banner Robert L. Anderson has returned -
Ethyl Olmstead and Miss Florrie ter was suspended beautiful bell. it.
office Friday.Mi.i..es home from a visit to his daughter,
Condon of Ocala entered the other. The bride entered on the arm of the Be that as it may, there was a jol\!;
Roanoke Va.
I Mrs. IL C. Camp, at .j
They were followed by Miss Lillian ( good bunch out to witness the 1 g\ rations ..,
groom no attendants, owing to the ii +
Mary and Emma Proctor of j and from a visit to the Jamestown .4' Sti
Bassett. Then the of of the two "riders" who took i
came matron serious accident to the little daughter -
and the
Savannah Mrs. Anderson
this city have gone to to Exposition.
accept positions as nurses. I boys will remain away for some honor, Mrs. Driver, of Citra, and the of the bride's brother, who resides all the degrees that a subordinate

I time longer.It bride, fair Miss Lillian. All marched I ir Tampa, who was to act as flower camp is allowed to confer. These were

to the 'arch where the minister and girl to the couple) and taking their Mr. W. A. Knight of this city and ,.
Jj Mrs. M. D. Turnipseed and baby
has been practically decided to groom awaited them. position under the bell. Rev. G. II. M. G Jones of .Anthon -. They !both:
are visiting friends in Ocala this
we-ek.-Dunnellon Advocate. erect a statue to Christopher Colum- The bride was beautifully attiredin York, pastor of the Methodist church, proved to be good riders, and received ,

band-made white silk trimmed with read the services. the hearty congratulations of all on i
I bus that will cost $100,000, in the center SS'

Miss Maggie Lytle of Stanton has of the plaza in front of the new old point lace. The groom wore the The bride was attired in a beautiful their excellent qualifications in tin- :

gone to Birminigham Ala., to spend union railway station in Washington, conventional black. All the attend- white silk gown, with netting over line 1,

the summer with relatives. where it was originally intended to ants wore white, carrying bouquets of the same, and carried a magnificentbunch After the business of the evening ,

erect a l Urge: fountain. asparagus and maiden: hair ferns, of brides roses. Mendelssohn'swedding had been dispensed with Mr. Marcus ,

with white roses embedded in the march was rendered by the Frank, who was in charge of the'
When Ocala has its candidate show,
The city council have elected II. 1.. green, tied with white silk ribbon.- charming Miss Belle Edins, a devoted I edibles, announced that the spread i
it should provide ample stalls for the
Torrian of Leesburg chief of the Inverness Chronicle. I friend of the bride. 'was ready, and the way those chop- !
dark horses.-Tampa Evening News. MISS ANNIE HENDREN X;
I night police of this city. During the The Stevenson family resided in I II After the ceremony delightful re- pers went to work was a caution. ,

Emma Washburn bas i absence of Marshal Cleveland, who I Ocala several years ago and the freshments were served on the spa- All were seated at long tables arranged -

)1ss returned leaves soon for a month's vacation young bride is known by many in cious veranda, on which were hung in the hall, and an excellent j MISS ANNIE IIEXDHEX, Hocklyn.
the after absence of
to city an : several 1"h., writes:
his place will be filled by Policeman this city. Japanese lanterns. corps of waiters, consisting of Messrs.:: i
weeks at Brooksville, where she "I feel better than 1 have: for over
Bert Dosh, J. H. Thompson, Royal
Torrian. Those attending from a distancewere
four I
was nursing a patient. years. have taken several bottled
I Mr. Charles 0. Fox to Wed Miss J. D. Stafford of Tampa, brotherof Cole, Will C. Moore and Joe R. White of Ptruna and one bottle Manalin..

Mrs. Arthur Masters and baby of Kathleen Willis the groom, Mr. and Mrs. William attended to their wants in the most "I can now do all my work in the
Mr. John F. Crawford and Miss I
Live Oak are the guests of Mrs. C. J. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Willis have Dellon of Berlin, Fla., Miss Johns of approved style, while Mr. Robert W. house, milk the cows, take care of the
Floyd Whittle of Ocala arrived Friday I
Phillips, at her home on South Third issued invitations to the marriage of Dunnellon andIr.. C. Reddick of Flynn, as head waiter, was voted a milk, and so forth. I think Peruna It a
for a visit of a week or two with their most wonderful medicine."I .
street. Mrs. Masters' Ocala Williston, and about forty grand success.
sister, Mrs. J. B. Thomas.-Madison many their daughter, Kathleen, to Mr. represen believe I would be In bed today if
friends will be pleased to hear that tatives o f prominent familes from Chicken pillau, baken beans, pickles I had not written to
New Enterprise. I' you for advice. I
Charles Oliver Fox the
on afternoonof
she has entirely recovered from her the surrounding country, friends of rolls and butter, coffee, lemonadeand had taken all kinds of medicine but

recent very serious illness. Wednesday, July the twenty- the family. The bride and groom "anheuserbusch" constituted the none did me any good. ,.
Miss Anna Mixson is now visiting
I fourth, nineteen hundred and seven, were the receipients of nearly lUll bill of fare, and to say that all did "Peruna has made me a well and
in Oleans, N. Y., and writes that she
I Messrs. F. S. Dupuis and J. W. at six-thirty o'clock at the First Methodist beautiful and useful presents from ample justice to the viands set be happy girlI can never say too much
has just returned from a visit to for Feruna."
Smoak of Fairfield drove down to church at Alexander City, Ala. far and near. The couple left for fore them is only mildly expressingit.
of the Not only women of rank
Rocky City, one Empire State'smost i and leisure
attractive resorts. Ocala Friday afternoon and spent For some time past the friends of !II Tampa on the morning train, and praise Pernna, but the industrious, use

several hours inthe city. Mr. Dupuis Mr. Fox have been hearing rumors j from there will go to Fivay, where Clerk Sage captured the prize of ful women engaged in honest toil would

left on our table a basket of fine tomatoes that he would very soon be wedded they will for the present reside. the evening by disposing of three im- not be without Dr. Hartman's world
Mr. Frank W. Ditto writes from I
which were grown by Mr. J. to one Alabama's charming young mense dishes of pillau and two of renowned remedy.The .
Staunton, Va.. that Mrs. Ditto and
C. Carter. One of these tomatoes women, and the invitations to his THE H. B. MASTERS COMPANY baked beans, besides uncounted glasses Doctor ba presented' it for many
himself are enjoying their outing in II
alone weighed 11-4 pounds.Mr. wedding were received with much of liquids. thousand women every year and be
Old Virginia, but "Old Ocala is good never fails to receive a multitude of let-
pleasure. Mr. Fox is one of the most I Change in An .Ocala .Firm But No Among the out-of-town camps rep-
enough for me. ters like the above, thanking him for
Clarence J. Smith, the genial popular traveling men who make Change in the Policy of the resented during the evening were
his advice, and especially for the won-
justice of the and all round Ocala lIe Tampa, Lake City, Wauchula and
peace headquarters. representsa Business r
M' and Mrs. W. D. Harnage oil dt:fLil benefits received from Parana.

Weirsdale arrived here last week and good citizen of Lake Weir, was in well known drug firm, and for sev- : The recent change in the mercan- Martel.

are occupying the Jones cottage. Mr. Ocala Friday on business. He met eral years has made his home in I! tile business of H. B. Masters at The thanks of the entire camp are

Harnage has been appointed A. C. his young son, Clarence Jr., here, as Ocala. He is a splendid young man Ocala from individual to corporate due Mr. Marcus Frank and Mr. Joe Mr. D. M. Barco, who has for some

agent, at this place.-Crystal River L'I he was returning from a visit to his and is well liked by everyone.His ownership will be no surprise to White for their untiring efforts in months been conducting the Wekiva f

grandparents in Clarksville, Tenn. He marriage to Miss Willis will bea .getting up this spendid supper in excellent -
News. those who keep posted as to the ad- Springs Hotel, returned from that I
has been absent for about a month.Mr. prominent social event in the bride's of business manner in which it was
vantages incorporating place Friday, and will again take up
Mrs. Herbert L. Anderson and her home town and is looked forward to [ enterprises, when perpetuity and per- served.

attractive daug1ters1Iss's Frances David S. Woodrow leaves tomorrow 'with great interest in that city. I i manency is contemplated or desired. Fort King camp is moving right farming on his plantation near Cot-

and Lillian Anderson, have gone to for Jacksonville to join Immediately after their marriageMr. Our information is that the II. B. along. Besides the two candidates ton Plant. He was in Ocala Friday

t prominent resorts Michigan, where Mrs.Coodrow and Miss Annie Blair \ and Mrs. Fox will come to Ocala Masters Company, the name of the initiated Friday evening, three applications accompanied by his family, and on

Woodrow, and from there they will and will make their home at the residence were accepted and five new
they will spend the balance of the new corporation, contemplates no account of the late arrival of the

summer. go to Glen Springs, S. C. Mr. Woodrow of :\\Ir:and Mrs. W. W. Clyattfor material changes in the former man- names were proposed for member- Seaboard train remained in the city

will be away for several weeks the present. The friends of Mr. agement or policy. ship.
until Saturday. The friends
Mrs. M. D. Juhan and daugbter. and Mrs. Woodrow and little daughter Fox will be delighted to welcome his The officers of the new companyare many
of Mr. Marco and his interesting fam-
Miss Mary Elizabeth Miss firieuCMrkson = will remain at that resort all hte young wife to her new home. II. B. Masters, president; W. S. A Happy Man

and Master Robert Calrk- summer. Mr. Fox leaves on the twentieth for Clark, vice president; B. A.. Weathers Is Amos F. King, of Port Byron, N. ily in Marion county will be pleasedto
Y., (85 years of age) ; since a sor* know that they will again reside
soukpf Ocala, F'a.: are the guests of Alexander City, carrying with him general manager and treasurer,
on his leg, which has troubled him among us.
Mrs. L. M. Minis and Major Davidsoa. Prof. R. M. Evans, who has beenin many good wishes from his Ocala and E. J. Crook, secretary.All the greater part of his life, has been

-Atlanta Journal. the city for the past few days in riends. I of the foregoing officers were entirely healed by Bucklen's Arnica
Take the Postmaster's Word for It
the world's healer of
I .the interest of the University of prior to the incorporation of the new great
I No More Head-on Collisions.A Sores, Burns. Cuts, Wounds and Piles. Mr. F. M. Hamilton postmaster at
i Last Friday Mr. W. S. Jordan having Florida and too Florida Female College company, connected with the former Guaranteed by Tydings & Co., drug- C' ryvale, Ind., keeps" also a stock

become enfeebled in health, wentto leaves today for Palatka. He new electric railway signal sys- business, II. B. Masters as owner, and gists. Price, 25 cents. x. een*>ral merchandise and patent

Ocala to enter the hospital there. will make a tour of the East Coast tem, which, it is claimed, will pre- the others as employes.The medicines. He says: "Chamberlain'sColic

towns in the interest of these two excellent U. D. C. Meeting Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy -
fact that this important busi-
No man in this county has more or vent rear-end and head-on collisions, is standard here in its line. It

warmer friends than he. All wish him II institutions during the com has just been patented by an Atlanta ness has now assumed the form of Quite a number of the Daughtersof never fails to give satisfaction and we

a speedy restoration to perfect ing month. Professor Evans reports man and a company is now being a corporate enterprise indicates faithof the Confederacy met in the par- could hardly afford to l,e" without it,"

Brooksville being well satisfied with the resultsof the former owner, and of the new lor of the Ocala House Saturday afternoon For sale l>y all druggists. x.'
health Argr.r. formed to push the invention. The '
his labors in Ocala. company, in Ocala as a business cen- to look at designs of monu-
inventor is W. R. Fuller, and he and 'I
Miss Helen Martin, a daughter oft his friends who have become associated ter, and that it affords advantages ments. Maj. L. T. Izlar and Maj. G. H. THALGOTT

'01' i!. C. Martin, and a beautiful and Mrs. Sue D. Feaster of Micanopy that the i which justifies business precautions M. Hubbard were present at the
with him declare when II
J.!tract, i ve young lady of Brooksville spent Friday shopping in Ocala. Mrs. system is installed the coming together necessary to insure permanency.It meeting and gave the Daughters the Proprietor of the

tiff<-r. a short visit in Ocala, returned Feaster, accompanied by her sister, of trains will be a thing of the past I will be pleasing to the friends benefit of their suggestions. Mr. DUNNELLON BAKERY.Is .

t" In'home Friday afternoon. While Mrs. T.1.. Moore, of this city, and I Fuller says his device is simple and I I and patrons of the former owner, and.I" Florence of the McNeil Marble Company now prepared to ship Bread. Cakes,

o --Iv l the of Miss TilliEp ibis courteous and capable employes of Marietta Ga., and Mr. Reed Pies, Etc.. short notice and
!I. : : was guest Misses Lucile and Sue Feaster Moore automatic and that it will work under I I on guar
p\ :. I| to know that there will be no material -i E. LaMance of the Southern Marbleand !; antees satisfaction in af. cases.
who are now her guests at Micanopy. any and all conditions. He is now Jackson\'ilIp.1!
1 change in the business manage-' Stone Company of
will leave on the 23rd of this month preparing to give it a severe test on
l Frank Harris of the Ocala I ment. Mr. Weathers, as manager, were present and submitted to the
for visit of several weeks to the
a one of the big roads. Application has ?
PIl\'r.! the happy grandpa of thepress Jamestown Exposition. and other been made for a charter for the Fuller I!I and Mr. Crook, as secretary, need no Daughters some beautiful designs and :> ,

1 !' I had lots of fun danglng 1 1 further introduction to the people ofi pictures of Confederate monument-
points in Virginia. Education$ Mail
Railroad Signal Company, by
< human i grandchild over at Sea- i Ocala as they have been actively I Mr. Clark of the Clark Marble Com)

:.. < ." '. If any man in this world de- with an authorized capital of $500- : identified with the business interests 'panat Jacksonville was unable to N"leaving h-.ll<- "Tfi'ip:'}yn,>"t U)dan M3-
... ,. ,
Mr. Richard W. Erwin, who is -er 000. eat. n. It //ecnIv-i-Ar < 'l.1r.q I tI 'i'a.
\ an occasional flight from the of the city and community for many be present Saturday afternoon but Eo'-k'; ; tf\ Anl..n.I.C, Ai -.i, rV IB.t:,.,
resenting the Ocala Banner during I' of Gr.--n i:;.. "m ,f: ',e.vl.n t r; T.ar.c.ThooutblyroaI :;
: tiff crowd" it is editor.- | sent a large number of pictures
an HaL 1u
h ;
by i:
I the summer months was in the city A Jolt for John D. ....
i i designed by his company. ,); .. -, .'...:IiiJ'" i .," d. .' rta'' ro6fi
V-;'I Tribune. I Monday and Tuesday and called at i monuments ...Audr...-.l i.ii 131 ESi'ttatkal'ra.
II During an importu debate several New Bank at Crystal River i i Owing to the absence from the city: .
the Advocate office. Mr. Erwin in- :0;
S days ago at the University of Chicagoa who is the chairman d
of Mrs. Badger
many friends of Miss Nellie I formed the Advocate man that he The Bauk of Crystal River is the I j ii
I student from Sfcrevesport.
young lady committee, none of
of the monument
:- in Ocala will learn with pleas- I would be in the race next year for name of a new banking institution i ,Ii
her teacher in the La., said: just organized at that Thriving place. i| the designs were definitely selected, The Ocala Banner will give a Watch
"''I t success as a I the offic" of county superintendent of : !
I student of the
am a ( several selections were made and
., county schools. She has been instruction. Mr. Erwin has The officers are C. E. Herrick: president but -guaranteed by the manufacturers to
i University of Chicago, I don't see whyI I' possible a final decision j time-to and
I 'as soon as keep good every boy girlin
t, 'ii'ed! principal of the South Jack- been teaching in a number ef tte : : John T. Rawls, vice president: I '
should be grateful to :Mr. Rocke- will be made, and the monument at Marion county who will send in five
'," i I':< grammar school for the comA county's best schools, and is well |A. S. King, secretary and treasurer. I
feller. Mr. Rockefeller only deserves i i once erected in the court house yard. paid-up weekly subscriptions, and will:
; tr rm. known over the county. K3 has lots credit for the discrimination in the This new bank will prove not*" I also give the Weekly Banner free for
i learn convenience to the citizens of Citrus
of friends who will be glad .
his The University ana year.It
outlay of money. Rev. L. B. Warren arrived in too !
.d.l! proposes to have a big "com- of his intention to run for this office, of Chicago has been a great ad- county and no doubt will be wel pat- will give a watch to any boy or
from Bowling
;:" barbecue for tie candidates and who will work hard to elect him. vertisement for him. I don't think ronized. It will open its doors for city yesterday Green.j girl in the county who will send in
: I. ember to formally open the Dunoellon Advocate. business on next Monday: July 15. Ky., where now I two paid-up subscriptions to the Daily -
I Mr. Rockefeller is a man whom we I Mr. Warren
;1', ,1:-rn. Ocala is centrally located Success to the venture. the First Baptist j i Banner, and will give the Daily

Lter'od hotel acommodations and should hold before young people as I has, since he left Ocala something :i Banner six months free.
ConstipationFor a model Such procedure would lead filled important posts Here is chance for the bright boyor
o .M. make a success of the matter. I The Charming Woman over a year ago, a
Mumi News. constipation there is nothing them to try to amass great fortunes Is not necessarily one of perfect I in the Baptist churches of Beaumont, I girl to earn a watch with very little .

quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stom- without regard to the moral standards form and features. Many a plain woman -I Texas, anti Chicago. His many Ocala I effort during the vacation season. s

ach and Liver Tablets. They always involved." I who could never serve as an arjtist's friends are delighted to see him :
( ala has a firo department to beproua I model. possesses those rare I

of and its fire station would be produce a pleasant movement of the qualities thatt all the world admires; back, and no doubt will give him a
bowels without any disagreeable ef- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Bailey, I the Baptist
clear at
creditable to the largest city in Flor- I neatness, eyes, clean, smooth splendid audience HANDY MOTH PAPERA
fect. Price 25 cents. Samples free. who were marred at Levy, s. C., on I skin, and that sprightliness. of step church this forenoon where as per
It looks thoroughly metropolitan I
All druggists. x. the seventh of July, have returned to I !: and action that accompany good announcement elsewhere, he will moth destroyer and disinfectant.!
judged by the picture in the Banner health. A physically weak woman isnever I Placed under carpets, or in the folds
Clark, near High Springs, where they herself. I preach. of furs and clothing it drives away
of Tuesday. In this respect we will democratic 'I' attractive not even to
Dade county will hold a in a
are now making their home Mr. Bailey Electric Bitters restore weak women, moth and worry. Twelve sheets
concede that Ocala is a few laps 6 to carriage prepaid. 10 cents;
I primary: election on August nom- being tho superintendent of one! give strong nerves, bright eyes, )Ir. W. E. Bryant has returned packet, 50 cents if druggist does E
ahead of Live Oak at the present six packets
inate officers for her new criminal skin beautiful
of the Cummer Company's phosphate,. I smooth velvety com: home from his pleasant recreation of not have it.
""*, time,-Live Oak Democrat court plexion. Guaranteed by Tydings &, Powder V'orks. Selection 809
..,'- ; plants at that place. I Co., druggists: ; 50 certs. x. a week at Yv'orthinston. Springs. Madigan Clarksville, Iowa.J .


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4. I 0 Abaft of too plate sits the trim little

P. "_ VI I! parcel, I disastrous fire, which laid the Young Americas, another the Jno. TRY OUR -- ;

',1:1 d ,. With her form in a sacque and her almost the entire city in waste, occurred F. Dunn Company, another Protective !

;[ ; V1'SAIT D I hair in Marcel.. In 18S3. Before that time she Hose Company No. 2, and the D. A.j LLEGHANY
l CURE: -; I E I! She is on to the plays-she can set Miller hook and ladder company. This I OLD (
51CIt "YUJ IO.! .Q I tIe the wrangles, had Inly an occasional small fire and '
lay iflE CO tV". R I led to great rivalry between the corn- !
iApThBY1 IN( CAnli,51 -' IP And she knows the front names of what was known as the bucket bri- ,
panies. and fire tests were of frequent
the lads in the
spangles.She RYE.
t HARrftT FCR DISEASE I*STOCK Of ALL HINDS gade, was sufficient to stay the progress occurrence and several sate tournaments -
t I can tow rope the ump to the
; : IS HOT A FOOD euTP A STOCK HED- of the flames, as her buildingswere were held in Ocala. which added
KINE I/E IT A taut AND SAVE YOUR ANIMALS. closest decision,
..i PRICE' 25 CENTS*PACKAGE I not very near together, but after to the rivalry of the companies.Each .
And call balls and strikes with the
the great fire the city took on new company had a separate foreman 4
4I ACKERHH& STEW RT? ;&MJI. I minutest precision; Put Up
I life. What is known as the fire limits but Mr. Charles H. Campbell
.4 r I! At wielding the slang there is no one
was established and very handsome then superintendent of the Ocala wa- Cartoons
i J that can match her, Fancy
brick buildings were erected. ter works was made chief of the fire in
For Evelyn's "steady," you see, is
THE OLD-FASHIONED MOTHER.Not The insurance rates were high and it department.Mr. .

t the catcher. was imperative that some sort of a Campbell served as fire chief Delivered: at your

long ago a Northern. exchange She is right on the job with the bunts fire organization should be established. for two years and was succeeded by

KN) chronicled the news that a "new industry and the bingles, Mr. Ed Carmichael, who served in Office

for young women is that of The muffs and the misplays, the doubles In 1S85 a fire engine was purchasedand this capacity for several years. Express

Jj'C lullaby singing. Girls who are studIjng and singles. four large cisterns were built on I The: fire companies, until 1901. were {

vocal music are now turning their She jots them all down-not a thingcan I For $3.20Regular

an tor- I
growing talent to account by going to escape
the You can't contradict her-she has it -W-.Zi _
nurseries two or throe times a week

held and singing to the children at bed on paper. $ J .00 a Quart Whiskey; write foi 1
the No statistical sharp nor the dippiest "r'':'' : .. .
time hour soft-crooning lullabies. Thisis ;" ; : .. : ; :: :" :

in households, of course, where the doper .j'.. : Lr I I complete Price 1st.
On figures on batting end fielding can 't. :.. : .I
mother is busy with social duties or .. .. "
the philanthropic work. or engaged in re rope her. .....: .-. .. I I

too.Se,a form erally work in the for homes women of, the but rich.most Even gen- From foolish the "average"to scratch stakes her, you'd be I ?- '> -" I II I I OGata House Wine Rooms. .j!

Jam\ For Evelyn's "steady," you see, is the I
ter .. tho newest woman admits the influence catcher. II It I I OCALA FLORIDA.OCALA'S j
of the sweet and correct singing I .
sta : I .. I
< on the developing mind of the little The pet epithets we bestow upon i -- Ii i

out 1(10 ... child. This new industry may seem players I NNN N. .........+........... I
an exaggeration of the detail, but in The roast words-she has 'em as pat ;

511St these days it is the trifles that are considered as her prayers. : BIG MAIL\ ORDER HOUSE. J

in their bearing upon.large re- She can hiss like a snake or kerflum-
la1idonl t .rr i
suIts" mix with raptureAt '

This is startling news, indeed, and egregious miss or adorable cap +

lie one may well ask tfc:& question: "Is ture. I c R.T I G. D. HO CAN !

Si:, the old-fashioned mother really going And all that we know of what's brilliant !-, < i i

(' out of style?" Has it come to this or rotten I ie
point in the social evolution of the Pays a meager per cent. on one-half u !

fro torr; day and the solution of the woman she's forgotten.Her Having purchased the saloon property formerfy

dec, problem that paid talent must .now parents may kick-from the "+ operated byV. J. McGrath\ and made many improvements J j
take the place once sacred to the game they would snatch her- !

clef' mother and the dear old lullabies, ]Cut Evelyn's "steady," you see, is the on same, I am now prepared to handle J ;

Into which were so sweet, because mother catcher.-Chicago Tribune. I e+ mail orders with the greatest facility. The large variety J 1

Hit used to sing them, must be relegated + of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Beers, Etc., now : '.

forever, or else be heard from lips Titled Englishman Will Earn His ... .,. (
(If -- ... '.- --- -'", --' --. carried enables me to fill the order of everyone on
whose sole purpose is to coin dollars :' 'Y. : I
Living. ft-- ,
- :
theftr .. '" < short notice. The premises are now fitted especially
and cents? This is progress with a 4. F ,--' --, ,- ':\' I up
vengeance, and alas for the babies According to Engineer Dobson, of -- j, for this class of the business, and your orders will i

the who must never know what it is to the steamer St. Louis which landedin OCALA FIIRE DEPARTMENT II I e t be filled the same day they are received and shipped

torDI I lie on mother's breast, with mother's New York several days ago, the I on the first train. In your next order includeHogan's i

arms enfolding them, as the dear, familiar titled Englishman who recentlyleft i I e

II strains of "Roth-a-by, Baby" his home and a life of ease to i XXXX !
Soils !the four corners of the public square, made up of volunteers, but in that Rye
or "Sleep, My Darling One; Sleep, make his own way in the world, and I I / ...
ww and these cisterns were kept full of year it was made a paid departmentand VI
My Pretty One, Sleep," falls from who started his career of labor by I I .
hisjee mother's lips! i employment on the steamer St. Louisas water by conduits leading from the the council elected Mr. W. C. Bull'! i i The Best Goods on the Market t

I i court house, and also enough host as chief. lIe served for four years +
To the writer's mind there comes stoker, is Hon. Francis Patrick .
I was purchased to fill these cisternsby most successfully.Mr. .
,f back the picture of a beautiful childhood Clements, the twentytwoyearoldson Ii G. D. HOGAN
Poor pumping water from what is Bull was succeeded by Mr.\ A. i
and of a gentle mother bending of the late Earl of Leitrim. ,
known as the Spencer pond.A J. Brigance, who served until last
softly over the cradle where the baby The young man in carrying out his .
en. fire company was formed, and :December, when11'. Hampton S. !
Ocalat Florida.
slept, as she sung, night alter night purpose, renounced his position as I I
of Mr. Joseph T. Lancaster was elected Chambers was elected to succeed him i
tho songs the other children, dozingin heir presumptive to the earldom, and i
pre fire chief, and Mr. Rossie Yonge fore is chief of the Ocala fire department '
their little white cots, never tired has also sacrificed the 40,000 pounds .
Ira :: I I md he is now holding the office, and II |
of hearing; and when the baby was sterling a year income that goes man.This t Oldest WQisHey House in Central I Florida
You .I company instantly becamepopular I is making a very acceptable official. I i
fast asleep-for there always seemed with the title. The: family has mad
and quite a number of The fire station is owned bthe
; our I
nUn :. to be a baby on hand-mother went I every effort since the young man lefl t citizens joined it; among others still city and originally cost about $.">ou0.l'I II Os N. .0.100010N.00.1001000................0.1011... ; 1
little bed in turn and crooned
toeach the family estate a month ago, to in I ..
residing here we might mention Mr. It has recently! been repaired and en- ; -- - --- ,_. ,
lines she kissed -'- -- --
some sweet lullaby as I duce him to abandon his purpose, I ,
talKn A. E. Delouest, Mr. G. W. Martin, Mr. larged, the sum of $1800 hating been ; : !!!'''! M',...,. ..."'r"I: y"h
eacb one jt>od-niaM; and tucked the but in vain.He F-w
: I G. W. Marshall, Mr. James B. Cars spent on it for repairs and unpnnenvnts : '
white coverlets around. The years is now somewhere in ;
I ;, lisle. Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, and others. !' n H. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BoiuierAnnouncement .
have come and the years have gone country earning his bread. When he
lilac This engine did very effective ser There are three regular paid men I i ion g r
since then and that nursery picture was hired as a stoker under the name ,
Mar vice and answered all the the force and I
require- an auxiliary depart- [
remains beautiful and bright and sacred of Sloane his real identity was un-
ments of that period of the city's his ment of seventeen men, who are
nh1 paid
amid the and of
: tears sorrows known. On the first day out he was
tCWtclert when they assist at fires. The tele-
everyday strife. almost overcome by the beat in shoe tory.The I I
records of the fire department, phone is used as an alarm system.
The old lullabies come back in the eling, but after the first day he was We have just purchased the i
rnsi I which are very incomplete, also record About seventy alarms are turned in j splendidly equipped i 1
busy rush of the world and their as able as any of the other men to machinery
shot sweet echo, ringing away down in the perform his work. the fact that Mr. Louis Fox and I every year, but there have been no I a plant the Yonge and dine"Company, '

Clult heart: often drowns the bum of the He landed in New York with $S In Mr. James B. Carlisle were at differ disastrous fires in a long time. I and solicit a share of the repair work of )Iarioll.adJoImng and I

tllt'll' noisy streets, while their message his pocket, his wages for the trip- ent times fire chiefs but the years are The equipments consist of four counties. We make a specialty of repairing j
and not 'stated. horses, a chemical engine, two hose steam
brings a peace and comfort that the clothes on his back and hardened :. I pumps, gas engines, etc.
fiovE In 1S9S Ocala's water works were trucks, hook and ladder, 91 hydrants,
nothing else can. hands. What his plans were he told us quote you prices.
its, t" There also comes back another picture no one on board except to say that : established, and water pipes and hydrants : :;WOO feet of hose and other miscellaneous I

live in later of were put all over the city. This items, all of which represent an
a gentle poet-
:years he intended to get work in New York. I
11''r.f' a woman who was encompassed by Clements preserved his incognito :gave an impetus to the reorganizationof outlay of about $10,000. Ocala Gas

1F1Tenc! many duties and many cares, but all the way across. It was not until I the fire department, and two fire The picture printed with this article Engine

stations were erected in different gives a fair idea of our handsome ,
beautiful Metairie
out in
sleeping -
now the ship returned to Southampton iI i I
,( of the city, and four companieswere fire station as it looks at the ,
Hal r -who was never too busy too tired that the stokers, through inquiries parts present 'I Company

or too engrossed with social life made by his relatives learned that I organized. One was known as time. : L
goindisa ..." _.= ....
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to allow evening to without -- --,.-.
one pass they had been working side by side -== u -. J -...e-""' sasanif _
-- -- - -- --- -- ; ""' '''''''
holding her "boys" in her arms and with a prospective Earl.
as. t I i ..l
humming some sweet lullaby as they STANDARD OIL STOCKHOLDERS / .

fiodlDr fell asll't'p.Yhat did it matter;' I Investigating the L. & N. Railroad.Mr. i i- 1 '01N ONN11110111 1 N NIi

11 she would often say "if the voice Frank P. Damon, who was recently -I i BIO THHMBE ;
t I'L were not cultivated and beautiful?" appointed inspecting engineer I II A Wall street news agency professes only 27 per cent. of the stock The CHOPS ,DEflL FEnTILZEi| [

to have inside information as to popular impression has been that he1 I
1I It was always a "mother's voice and for the railroad commission is visit *
1 fhlruo the exact holdings- John D. Rockefeller owns about 40 per cent. i iI i OUR BOOKS WILL .
the lullabies she sung came from a"mother's ing Pensacola for the purpose of getting : TELL YOU
I and the other Standard Oil I According to this authority the : 'FLORIDA '"EG :
I heart. Could any lessonbe ETAnLES"
such information as is necessary -A
I 1I millionaires in the corporation. largest holders of the : com. IRISH I POT A
more beautiful than this? to proceed with a survey and great !, stock and the J Plete manual on Florida TOES"-Book on %
j Can anyone ever take the place of estimate of the cost of reproducing I It declares that fifteen individuals I I amount they have received in divi-j "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultira- : i

T the mother as she gathers her little the properties of the Louisville and and estates control tOO corporation I dends during the last ten years are !, | "FL OmDA ORANGES"-Book of lion, Effect of Fertilizers, Dig ; :
and that John D. Rockefeller owns as follows: special and Shipping." ,\
around her knee, and interest
,I ones they kneel Nashville in Florida. I I II t to orange grow- : '
In their snowy-white FERTILIZING" ,
J 'r The estimates contemplated by: P. C. A'\ DDmrten s I II A .4
I' with bowed heads and whisper: "Our this for the of I : special interest to pineapple
t 'i I survey was purpose rebutting Name Stock own. per year ten years :

a. Ttl father which art in Heaven?" Can testimony which has already I J. D. Rockefeller. . . . _I.1 $11,06'-1.61111 $110,696,1111I1'' "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES_ growers. 4'

",. any paid talent ever reach the heart I been taken in behalf of the railroads W. C. Andrews. .. . . . . . 2.S 1.131.21)11 11n2,1I1I1I: !! : DvokJel on ",soil, Varieties, Cul 'IDEAL FERTILIZERS" l1ok. t.t

to I t of the little child as the mother's in the scent: passenger fare rate case. i Charles Pratt . . . . . . :.7 3,110.4)., .1108.urui l + ovation ani l'ertllizatloo." all of our different brands, analyses :

r,! voice tender, sweet and loving, with !I The L. & N. is at present charging II H. H. 26 1,05Uprln,5i14,0oo. : ety and revised prices, etc :

tI1t a heart throb and a prayer in every I 4. cents a mile for passenger serviceon I I Wm. Rockefeller . . . . Vj 1.85S.4t.1I 1).58-1fJ11I i I edition of the above___lust p ublisl led, free for a,kiElh. ,

edhIs note, as she croons, softly, sweetly: some stretches which the commission : O. B. Jennings. . . . . 2.3: 929,21"1 9,292fOIl I't .:.. : ,

"Guard my little one; guard my precious thinks is too high, while the I Estate Josiah Macy. . . . . 2.5 1,010li l IO,100.fJfli} 0 WilSON & TOOMEB FEBILTIZER > .

T 1" one-sleep?" railroad claims the right, according! J. A. Bostwick . . . . . 4.9 1,99,6/11)/ 19i9G.IoIJ : :t COMPANY, i ;

of .' Thank God that the "new industry"has to their charter from the state. j I *Chas. Lockhart. . . . . . 3.9 1.55.6(11) 15.i560flt I.; 0.. J.\CKSOXVILLE, FLA. '
Ita( not yet reached New Orleans. Mr. Damon says that he does not j W. G. Warden. . . . . 4.2 1,60600 16.968JJf : NN11010100 : '

FDlr1wltm if:' God grant that it never will. Let us think that there is any possibility of; J. V. Harkness. . . . . . SA 3,393,600 3,936," I l : 4 11101N 11.1.1..01..1 1.} : .

cling to the old-fashioned idea of a flat two-cent rate in Florida for, H.1.. 8.6 3Ut,41)O 34.7 44Olln I :

8Bt a motherhood down here in the beau 1 I some years, as the railroads cannot I 0. H. Payne-------------------------" i.l 2.868,4QO 2S,684poO ,I: .

tiful South. 0, there is nothing so I afford to work on this basis all over John Huntington. . . . . . 1.i 68CSOO 6.568,000 'j McMillan ;

ural true, so beautiful, so lasting as the the state. J. J. Vandergrift . . . . .1.4 565,600 5,656,000 j Bros.J
influence of a pure and good and true He said that the track and road bed *Deceased. -

faw QI; mother! God grant that we may never of the L. & N. in West Florida was 90.1 E $36,400,400 $364.004,000 I j Southern

ton grow so rich or so fashionable or better than the tracks of the East I Copper Works

11i"ww eo interested in woman's progress Florida roads. John D. Rockefeller is credited With 1899 33 32.340,000 8,894.500 j.

1 i C ; that we will l consent to delegate to His work will consist of a surveyof hang received dividends as fol- 1S98 30 29,400,000 8,085,000Total I Manufacturers

ele ttle ; "paid talent" the beautiful and sacred the tracks and roadbed of the L.I I lows: I of Turpentine
I ; $ duty of teaching the babies their & N. and estimate of the cost of the i!I .mt. rf Tidal Amt. R'krftUrr'ljrmr . . .$ .$104,530,600 and General
'Diridendh Didur IL prayers and singing them to sleep.ew .- building. if built today. This will then 1907 .*$24 $23,39:,OOO $96,4,,J..8'O So far this year. Metal Workers. ;

,t Jt J- Orleans Picayune. give the commission a basis to workon 1906 40 39,200,000 to.iSt',. J The news agency says too business --

I in figuring the value and operating 1905 40 3S,2S0OOO 10'i80OOO of the Standard Oil Company has Old Stills taken in

t I II I Cop PARTNER WANTED-To take a expenses of the L. & N., and will en- 190t :6:: 3a,2S0,000 9,692,000 been increasing EO enormously in recent {! thoug the Country exchange a for new ones, Patching

: I ; half interest in a patent; patent on able them to decide fairly whetherthe 1903 4i 43,123,000 llS5SSOO years that it has accumulated a I WIre will recel\'e prompt specialty Orders by mail or

.t ToCt same pending. Drawing can be examined railroad can afford to haul pas 190 45 41.100,000 12,127,500 great surplus, notwithstanding us works .. .. attention at either of thefolIr"'InofP

,.r Lon by calling at the Montezuma sengers for three cents a mile.-Pen 1901! 4S -,0-19.000 12,036,000 liberal disbursements to its stock. I I FAYETTEVillE .. .

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VOL. 42, KO.:1.: OC.AluFI40Hm.A, FRIDAY, JTLY 19, 1907. OXE DOLLAR A YEAR

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Local and Personal FOR SALE-Two good milch cows, Candler Orange Trees in Bloom I, 'NNNNN.N.NNNN NN.N.NNNNNNN.N/N.e '

11 guineas, 1 buggy, 1 lot of plows.
,..6.Jf Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. See Miss Tillie Pyles.191t.. Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Special Sale i / 1
Many of the orange trees here and ing New Accounts

at Lake Weir are in bloom. The wri-
:Mrs. J. J. Pyles and family are now 1 .
The Misses Ross of Gaiter were occupying a residence< in the in the ter was shown a grapefruit tree a I ",0,0< of ,,< ...0Ladies' ./ .
\ few days ago having fruit from three t
shopping in Ocala Tuesday. i We constantly adding new accounts -
different blooms and the fourth bloom are
third ward, recently vacated by Mr.
Miss Maggie Pyles Is visiting relatives Lohrig and family. was on the tree at the time.J. and business is increasing at i
A. Cauthen has a fine ten-acre our
at Hague, Alachua county. ,
field of cotton. The field is a beau-' FINE S
Mrs. C. X. Schlemmer left Wednes- ty. : a satisfactory rate. Possibly you also :
hiss Nixon of Gainesville has ac- very
day for a few months' visit to friendsin

cVpted the Ocala a position Iron Works.as stenographer at North Carolina and Virginia. She fifty Candler acres has of peach about orchard one hundred, and they and BRILLIANTINE i might be glad to join us..o: I

went first to Lake City, where sbe fine. The
are looking exceptionally .
will be joined by her mother.Mr. SKIRTS -
business here is .
peach interestingand
Mrs. J. S. Haisley, who has been
\Isitlng relatives In Gainesville, returned strongly on the look-up. i
E. P. Rentz of the Rentz Lumber BANK i ii
home Tuesday afternoon. i COMMERCIAL
Company is back from Seabreeze, Ocala Athletic Association Worth $3.50 ,

where he has been spending a couple, Messrs. Edward Holder, S. A.
Miss Mamie Blalock of Valdosta, of days with his family, who have a Rawls G. C. Crom, Clarence Camp In Blue, Black, Cream i OCALA, FLfl.KNIGHTVMARTIN. f
1 Ga., Is visiting Dr. and Mrs. Dlalock
at their home on Oklawaha avenue. cottage there for the summer. and Jack Camp have formed an athletic and White. 4NNNNNN.NNNNNN roN....................... ;
\. association. The purpose of.he

Mr. 11. I). Bassett, manager for the Mrs. A. DeVane went over to St. association Is to own, control and MONDAY 0ND TUESDAY .

Bradley Brothers phosphate interestsin Augustine yesterday for a short visit maintain an athletic field, and to con- I '
with her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Hill. duct thereon games of all kinds, and
Florida, the
was among I
Floridians in the city today She was accompanied by her grandson to do any and all things necessary for $1.98 I HARDWAREi

I Master Hansel Leavengood.Mr. the purpose of conducting and promoting Each

FOR SALE-Fourteen acres phosphate athletic sports of every
,I land Anthony, Fla. Address S. T. Sistrunk has been feelingill script ion. de-I I

j S. B. Daniels, 21 Division SL, Adrain,I at ease fgr some time, and yesterday The capital stock is fixed at one M. FISH ELI I;:TiiToJiIiiio.: i i

Mich. 7-19-tf. slipped away for a few days' stayat thousand dollars and the association __
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Seabreeze, where his wife and lit should be encouraged because noth -- -- ---'

1 j' cat; M. C. Looney and son, George, I tle son are spending the summer. ing is more productive of health and An Afternoon MarriageAt COAt ''I j

! home Saturday from a visit of pleasure than athletic games.
j a week with Mr. and Mrs. J. Car. Dr. Spooner the owner of a most The following are the officers of the 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoonMr.
Hubert and Miss Maude At the T. ,Yo Smith & Co. Old Stand. J
I stens at Lake Weir. elegant property at Lake Weir, has association: President, Edward Holder Bitting .
j returned from a trip to Boston. las3.,, Rawls Knight were united in marriage at .
; vice president, S. A. ; I "-'fF OCALA, FLORIDA,
I Mr. and Mrs W. F. Meadows of and will spend the remainder of the: treasurer, Clarence Camp; secretary, the residence of the bride's parents: ,

l' v Montgomery, Ala., are visiting Mrs. summer on the banks of this delightful Geo. C. Crom. who live at the old Ilzlar place near ''I Come and see us when in need of anything in "
of tto city.
Meadows' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. lake. I the the of !
Mr.:: Bitting is the popular pharmacist way
Hendricks, at their home in the first Mr. R. E. Aiken of Rock Springs,
ward. Mr. Pierce, representing the Red Mrs. T. K. Slaughter of Levon, Mr. A. at Tydings & Co's., and is in all

Rock Ginger Ale Company of JacKsonvilleR A. Bartlett of South Lake Weir, Mr. respects a model gentleman, and the i Farming Implements, i iI

Dr. and Mrs: L. F. Blalock returned is here looking after the Charles Haycraft of Fellowship, Mr. bride is the second daughter of Mr.: I-I

Monday night from Madison, Florida. trade of that concern and has placed II. W. Long of :Martel Mr. Allen Gibson and Mrs S. S. Knight, and is a I I-I Wire Fencing, '

Mrs. Blalock visited friends in Ala- the agency for this popular beverage and :\Moorman of Grahamville, charming and attractive young wo

bama and was met at Madison by Dr. with Messrs. Abe T** wn & Bro. Messrs. \\". E. Gamble, T. E. Thigpen. man.The I Stoves, Pumps, 1

Blalock, who accompanied her home. A. B. Kibler, Marshal Thomas, W. J. marriage ceremony was performed I .
Mr. E. C. Hood of Cuba, but who has Fielding and Mrs. Barganier of Dun- very impressively by Rev. R. Guns Ammunition,
been at Oxford for some time looking businessin V. Atkisson of the Methodist church. I
Mr. J. C. Pillans, postmaster, merchant nellon were all transacting i
and moving spirit of Electra, after the property of the late Major the "Brick City" Wednesday. Only the families of the contracting Sash, Doors, :

was among the visitors to Ocala Wright, was in Ocala yesterday. He parties witnessed the pleasing affair, I

Tuesday. He says that his sister, is on his way to St. Simonds Island The A. C. L. pay car was in Ocalayesterday and the marriage came almost in tbe Blinds Paint etc. !

Miss Americus Pillans, is attendingthe where his family are spending the and made its employes nature of a surprise to the friends of ... .: \ .'
,summer normal at Tallahassee.I summer. happy. the happy couple. I
After the young people were unitedin !EJacte: usually: carried in a first-
=,_ destiny one to the other and received :- I ,
class Hardware
the blessings and benedictionsof : ;

the parents and other members of r "'" -

: I I Sale begins Monday, July 22d the served.families, ice cream and cake were: -------...-_- .,..._.5 ....r..,-., .,.,,_

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Bitting its best good wishes.
Martin Co.
Knight; =

Brought a Prisoner to Ocala

rhV Swat Mr. II. D. Zetrouer of Fairfield, who -
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is the justice of the peace 1.. E. LANG,
_#0 bailiwick, tried one Fred Calven before W. A. KNIGHT
his court, charged with break-

/ ing and entering a building. The evidence ANNOUNCEMENT.

was sufficient for the findingof

a verdict against him, and as the
Ocala, Fla. July 18 1907. constable of the district was sick We have Just purchased the Wagon and Harness business of Messr
I ( Zetrouer himself brought the 3. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods every-
thing that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of
Friend- delivered
Dear prisoner to Ocala and Farm on the market
he word. We are agents for several of the best Wagons
On the other side of this page you will see an ad of our fourth to Sheriff Gordon. Calvert is six : ; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great va-

Salvage Sale, which will begin Monday July 22.SemVhTswill teen :years old and was given six iety of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee. I
for the NEWARK i months with which to assist in the
sale to be conducted us by
be the last great turpentine industry on the High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages, .

SALVAGE COMPANY farm of the Edwards Bros. Naval Unexcelled Wagons, Harness,

It was all we could do to get this great corporation to make usshipments Stores Company. Lap Robes, Etc., Etc. t
r Y/Timr claim that Ocala is too small for the
*, as they I
The close margin of 'profit at which they sell Carter's Pond Picnic Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.
sale of their would require the sale of more goods than cowlpossibly \Ve are requested to announce that We are Always In Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate Competition. j

their goods be disposed they say of here. Now, with our faith in Ocala and MarioCounty event the Carter's now that Pond has annual grown picnic into and the We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine j

from past experience, we have actually guaranteed this giganti warp and woof of that community and Farm Wagon.Knight j

sale of $7,000.00 worth of their goods. I has been set for Friday July 2G. Its

company the values staring you in the face we feel confident a lovely spot. The picnic is always
these. great dinner is & Lang
With and possibly doubling it, but whether largely attended, and the
to the guarantee princes and ,
of coming up such that kings queens
all the
have gain.
double or only sell half of the guarantee you other mortals enjoy. Don't forget the (Successors Standlev and Co.)
we representative is here to regulate all the
own date.
The Salvage Company's sold in accordance with the -----.--------------
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all goods
ptfetes and to see that article in our store bears a SALVAGE SALE Mr.:: D. R. Zetrouer of Fairfield was I The friends of Mr.:: James A. Morris Mr. J. J. Williams. president and

f company & rules. Every made by in Ocala Wednesday, and in conversation Ocala's expert sign painter andg i>neral manager of the Williams Fish
that in addition to the great hoC of Homosa, was rnins-
this that
which means with a nitresentative of designer, will regret to learn ompany .
E stock of goods will be thrown in this his Ocala friends Wedneb-
Company our entire stated that he would again be lies sick at his home. This paperli ag
t the Salvage Prices.Our paper in the race for superintendent of! hopes that his sickness is only tem-d:ay. lIe ib the picture of blooming!

sale at Salvage line of Summer Dress Goods will be thrown in this sale schools. Mr.: Zetrouer is a fine young 'I porary 1 lealth.
to an old and esteemed ---
of cost man, belongs __ 'V'" T---'__ -- ---
at prices regardless to give satisfaction after being worn, family and in his race for ttis office I
guaranteed himself I
Shoes arc strengthened .
Our two years ago >
and the prospectsseem T ..,. ," I.
with the people, 7.\ ""iI
,; or your NEWARK money SALVAGE COMPANY needs no introduction from us as they bright for him in the next race. 1\/1 fL! ." c"' :.' .. -\t:a"'J':.!", \I QdE4
The : -
conducted the past three : 4' \.
South. They '
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well OF $?a I \ ; / ;e-/ ,. .
in LI
are GREAT VALUES are still your REWARD '-: ::i '..t
the ;:
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SALESnf doubt : .. i . p
and no 7, i ( ..'. -.u/. & .
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_.4 SALVAGE =r this tIme than ever before as Strayed or stolen, on July .. \ .. ;'?' os. ..oJ ; '.
values about I fp!.>.,\ I' J.
mind You will even get greater bright bay mare pony, weighs 1.'J.7 *_:;,- :.
their last appearance in this city. black mane and tail; i & ;:: -'
positively 800 pounds; .(!l'il. .: ;;t. ..: -.r'- PqPAD
this to travel miles to be present at this sale. mane clipped between ears and back I' 1...". .' 'jo'r.' > "' ...r .":.
It 11 pay you will guide to white spoton ,, :. '. '
\ the enclosed circular as it you of where collar fastens; (' :: ,: : .f\Tl" !
'W word of .t90 U4
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Read every small white spot
farehead, and a .
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to the ; whip mark on left side i O o...0. f. ;.. !.r'.........
in one eye .
is to -.
saving compare : .
have'Cdo ; : .
them to find out your saddle mark oa Jr- .\" "". ; .;".>,.. ..,.. .
you that are now paying. of rump, near tail; I -r-J. ,1\'.'.'"_" f.-, "t\."#>.....to.i<, .. ,,'.:.-,:. ,":'
with those you Finder return to Chas. Bur \ ) y. .' ..
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made the .
prices guarantee every statement by Whitney, Fla., and get re '. .-" -:::- .. _.' ,
personally roughs. 44.
'- Remember that we this sale is ." r-f'" '. : @ : Doz
i also every item sold during ward. 7-a. :.-5t f-.5 .' I.\\- .
NEWARK SALVAGE COMPANY, refunded. .....!tf''' 'i \.,,\; ..s; \. .
f full purchase price ,. "-t4,> .:: .. 'irif':: 'J :, r'i'' DELIVERED f0
satisfaction or Liver Pills :: _:. : ::: try ,,: : /
Sale-Dr, Mareaa's . rented to give from you whether you buy or notYours For for itjtt.. ;: .....:. )t'1 (' .;:
l Trusting to be ed07aasuocess THE VARIETY STORE. made from Dr Marean's private rr. ).., i1t'f.3:- :t :i' ''-\1." .,.. I I2Q9CHAS
mula; have been tested for twenty- I !\- i t.::.' : .' .. ::_'Or ( I
iqe remain, Sent !2;:: ---
: Aug. 3d, is the last day., five years; purely vegetable.
12 days-Saturday "5 cts. a
-This sale lasts only postpaid on receipt cf price.
|box. Address! ,
.. Mrs, Beatrice Marean,
Saturday August 3rd 16 East Belmont St. Fla.
ends Jacksonville
Sale Fla.
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Our stock, together with the goods shipped us by THE NEWARK SALVAGE CO. will mean nearly $40,000.00 worth ut't,;: ;

Dress Suit OSc Cases Front This shipment 1 1 consists of everything worn by Men, women and Children. This is your life-time chance as these goods', must* be turned into I HIV n.

This will 1 prove the greatest avalanche of majestic bargains ever brought to ether to be sold in so short a timely any firm, equalling, :o 1\1'I

t9 guarantee to sell 1 precisely as we advertise, or pay you for your time and trouble in calling. It may be hard to heheTj that such an immense oJ I

Men's Hose Supporters at truth, and we merely! ask you to come and test our statement.t Below we quote the big values that meet the demand of the present day, tt.' b "

..1 'i .-. ,'"' '"t quoted we guarantee absolutely l correct. The greatest values on earth now stare you in the face. The only questiot k is, can you, dan .\ Uti <,

Sc \ ; wv obliged to pay the regular dealer for high grade merchandise Use the good common sense with which nature has edowed you. Com .adj L

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Cake 2cCyd. $$40JOOO.00 0 Worth of f i New Goods at 58 8 Cents on the Dollar. 0 OUR GUAR

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.j.C II Yard-Wide Brown Sheetius. / t NAPKINS

Dry Goods 1 SALVAGE; SALE, per card. . . . . . 0C,; Household necessities AN1I

1 1r :3-4; 1 Brown Sheeting r; One hundred dn.V:
17x37-inch Towels i SALVAGE SALE, per } ard. DC \ ;, at SALVAGE PRICELACK:>:
First: we want to rail attention to the fact that i '
!Oc) your Pee-Dee Regatta Check Homespun. TOWELS
all goods: in this line have advanced on the markets: from SALVAGE SALE, per yard. . . . . . . 61.tC; I i l I Kl

1 15 to 50 per cent. 4-4 Bleached Sheeting; no Starch. o Small Size Duck Towels . . . . . . . 4e J.OO Lace Curtains, per ;,i'
: .t0-II I ch White Lawn, l By watching these prices you will notice that they bear i' Chambray Remnants; Fast Colors. Regular lOc. value. /; Medium Size Cotton Huck Towels . . . eo. ., . 8e .:. Lace Curtains, pt-r ,i-.t.
Per Yard very little advance, and some bear at all .
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I SALVAGE SALE per yard.% DC Large Size Cotton Huck Towels. . . . .. . ge x,50 Lace Curtains, per idJLOO :
tOcGuaranteetl( was secured by the Xewark Salvage Co. at far below market II
t All Summer Dress Goods Must be sold regardless of cost. Good Size Bath Towels. . . Lace Curtains, Exti.t IA IJ.OO f'
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We must turn this line into money.

Read the prices in this line carefully: Large Size Heavy Bath Towels eo . ... . . . 19c Lace Curtains, Wr> !1...

Clocks Alarm 1 Lot Fancy Colored Mercerized Dress Goods. Regular price, Fancy Linen Towels. . . . . . . . . 14c 8 We have entirelv] 'uo c
sac per yard. SALVAGE SALE' . . . . . 19c Y shies to even b-Kin; +t", -' .1
7Uc Muslin Underwear Large Size Linen Towels . . . ? . . . ? 24c (the line bvar.- a SALt! vC: .' ;,
1 Lot French Madras. Regular price, :C3c.:: per yard. if\
SALVAGE SALE. . . . . . . . I C :j
1 Lot Fancy Colored Mercerized Batiste. Regular price, :: AND
Tattoo Alarm Clocks per yard. SALVAGE SALE . . . . .. . 2ic'IOe DRAWERSo3c. i

81.1 ).t 1 Lot White! Goods, Fancy Stripes. Regular price, 23c. per )'ard'IO ;:::; Cambric, Hemstitched. . . . . . . . 24c :: Bleached Table Damask . . . . . . 24c i Ii, LACES ((1ND EIW
SALVAGE SALE . . . . : . . C 50c. Bleached Table Damask. .. .
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1 Lot White Madras. Regular price, 23c. per yard.SALtiACE 1C 5oc.+ Cambric, Trimmed Embroidery . . 39c ;ac. f 4 This js trtaiulx} a 1:

SALE . . . . . . . IOC 75c. Cambric, Trimmed Embroidery . . . . . 49cCOISET Bleached Linen Table Damask eo. .. ,. . . 49c iOcila.variety. Our muck i 1" '.'

Children's Sailor 1 Lot Plain and Dotted Silk Tissue, Assorted Colors. Regular i r $1 Bleached Linen Drawn Work Damask. ... . . 69c
Hats price, 23c. per yard. SALVAGE SALE . . . IDC 35c. i.Cambric Edging, Pr \
j I 1IC 1 COVERS Turkey Red Damask . .. .. o.: . . . 19c In. s "
1 Lot Colored Dotted Swiss. Regular price, 20c. per yard. Cambric Insertion 't" '

_._- SALVAGE SALE . . . . . . . I lUC 35c. Cambric, Trimmed in Lace . . . .. 'o. . 24c 50x50-in. Table Cloth, Bleached. . .. . . . . 46c
fin. Cambric Edging, |I" >IIn.
1 Lot Colored Batiste. Regular price, 15c. per yard. lft/ 5"c. Cambric, Trimmed in Lace . . . .. . . . 34c 50sCO-in. Table Cloth, Bleached. .. ... . .. . 69c
Men's Wash Ties SALVAGE SALE . . . . . . . 1UC Cambric Insertion ;i"
I lOc 1 Lot Assorted Dress Ginghams. Regular price 1:1- c. per yard. 7;Jc.; Cambric, Trimmed in Lace . . .. . . . 49cSKIRTS 50x72-in. Table Cloth, Bleached.. . . 70.50x92 ..... .
i :SALVAGE: SALE. . . . . . . . 81c ;' Bleached Table Cloth ,000 yard..I..ci.
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II I 1 Lot Solid! Color Ginghams. Regular price, 12 l-2c. per yard. 8-4 Turkey 11 I kinds of eery inr. 1 i'r
II :SALVAGE:; SALE. . . . . . . . 81 C Red Table Cloth.. . .. . . 49c
I 5fic. Hemstitched Skirts . . . . . . . . 39C 10-4
bleu's 35c. White Tie: 1 Lot Columbia Prints. Regular price, 8c. per yard. /; .. Turkey Red Table Cloth.. . .
SALVAGE SALE. C 73c.;; Trimmed in Lace or Embroidery. . . . . .. 49c i. l 59c
tHe! : Turkey Red Table
1 Lot 3C-inch Percales. Regular price, 15c. per yard. in. $1.0u, Trimmed in Lace or Embroidery. . . . . . 69c Cloth.. . . . -.ge I TRUW
$UO+ Trimmed in Lace or Embroidery. . . . . . 98c SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES18x45in. g-jn. Zink T1 t',, tor
,I 1 Lot Percale Remnants. Regular price, 12 l-2c. per yard. rw
Men's Silk Ties SALVAGE \ C $:.OO, Trimmed in Lace or Embroidery . . . . . 1.24 Pillow Cases. Zink Tnink-: for

I' tHe! 1 Lot 36-inch White. Dress.Linen. Regular price, 40c. per yard.ZlC_ $3.00, Trimmed in Lace or Embroidery . . . . . JogGOWNS lSx45-In.lI.; s. Pillow Cases"V .. 1 2c u. Zink Trunks foril'i
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1 Lot Brown Dress Linen Wide. ?;ac.; 72x90-in. Sheets.:. . ,in. Zink Trunks for.
t ; Very Regular price, per i/; ? . . . .
yard. SALVAGE IOC . . . 39c il'i
Slx9 r-ln. Sheets. . -1n. Canvas Covered 'I 1 .
'. :Moils Fancy SoxUc 1 Lot :i6-inch; White Linen Lawn. Regular price, 40c. per yard. 63c.;; Trimmed in Lace or Embroidery. . . . . . 43c . . . . . . . /9C ij
i SALVAGE 2' r I .in. Causes> Cover '\ 1.In.
L 73c::; ", Trimmed in Lace or Embroidery. . . . . 49c BED SPREADS
1 Lot 40-inch White Laa uerg; Sheer. Regular price, 13c. per in Canvas Cor T-
r yard. SALVAGE 1UC $i.'!""i-', Trimmed in Lace or Embroidery. . . . . 69- $l.au Bed Spread . . .
. . . . . . -in. Canvas Cover T'.in.
Plain White Lawns o L. $1..11, Trimmed in Lace or Embroidery.S2 . . . . . 98c $2.00: Bed Spread. 98c
M kn':: Heavy Work SALVAGE SALE, per yard. .O COb4 19 C . . . .! Can\'a. Cover I 1
Sox ." '. Trimmed in Lace or Embroidery . . . . 1.24 S2.3.;;. Heavy Fringed ..1,24 1 '

I ;)c Brown SALVAGE Sheeting SALE, perarl. 24 C ?J.","-". Trimmed in Lace or Embroider} . . . . 1.69 S:; 1.11. H-Li.\'Y Bed Spread. . . . . . 1. '. Cf. usa, Covfiv T :

I Fringed Bed Spread. . . . .1:98 1 dtI"", rfr.! ", ;,'
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use goods must he turned into money within the next twelve days. The prices will convince<: you. DaySHOES Sc !
.1 time ly any firm, equalling in quantity and variety the combined stocks of all the retail stores in Ocala. We .:

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demands of the present day, with every item bargains, never before heard in the State of Florida, and every price herein (Iftf Per !

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CURTAINS Boys' Pants. . . . . . . . . 10 tO (We' ,'

Boys' Suits. .. . . . . . . . iSc) t to 83.4SMen's : .Men's Solid Leather Shoes, $1.19, $1.39. $1.49 $1.9S, and . ,:2,48 I & H. Lamps 1B i 1
s"o: Lace Curtains per pair. .. . . . . . . 59c !
1C Pants. . . . .. . . . . 74c to :tUHIen's ) Special. Men's $2.00:? Calfskin Shoes, All Sizes. i*.*i tJ.) $1-24 i
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'I.., Lace Curtains per pair. . . .. CJL.50 i ii
8c :\ Suits. . . .. . ..... .... . .. 2.1)8) tO 11.9 i!
< Lace Curtains per pair. . .. ... . .. ... . . 98c Ladies' Solid Leather Shoes 9Sc., $1.29 $1.39 $l..1S and .. . 1,98. 1 1i i

*c xKt( Law Curtains, Extra Fine, per raUr. .. .. ... .. ... J.24 A FEW SPECIALSMen's Special, Ladies' Solid Leather Vici Kid Shoes all Styles, Worth i 1".)4$1..5. Ladies' Lisle Thread i;
10: Black Worsted Suits All Wool. Regular price $$12.50.. SALVAGE '
$tUO Lace Curtains Very Large per pair. . . . . 1.98Wta SALVAGE Clay SALE .. .. . . . . . . i.CS) Vests
19c Children's Solid Leather Shoes All Kinds.SALVAGE 14S 19c j
too many items in our household necessities Men's 2-piece Suits, worth all the way to $12.50. ? PRICE. 19c. .
I4c i to have even In-Kin to give you an idea in print. Everything in SALVAGE! SALE .. . . . .. .. . ,).'J5Boys' E
TICKET. Remember our guarantee on Shoes is that if after you have I
the line bear* a Light Color Suits, worth $4.00.
24c I SALVAGE SALE. . . .. . .. .. .. . .. . .l.S}) worn a pair of our Shoes and you don't think you have received. I I
4LACES your money's worth, we will, upon receipt of the Shoes, REFUND Men's Rubber Coats
r-S I '\. Special Men's\ and Boys' Odd Coats. . . . . . f HSc) you full purchase price.HATS. 11.84 i

Remember, we have thousands of items entirely too numerous -
2.jC L. ((1ND EMBROIDERIES to mention. .Everything sent us by the SALVAGE COMPANY I
must be sold, regardless of price or profit.Gents' .
34c HI rtrtaua lint> ill which we have always led in
< Or&1ThhJ Our I'Ilud IS tntirtly too large to begin listing everyvariety. Boys' Suits
49c $1/24

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$In. Cambric Edging IMT We have decided to give away our entire lines of Hats at I
Cambric Insertion to Match, per yard. . . . . C umishingsMen's prices which will have to move them. For instance a $2.00 Hat I
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i'ln. Cambric Edging per . $1.00 Top Shirts. . . . . . . .. 59C
yard . . . . (i C $3.48
#n. Cambric Insertion per . . . . . s
69cc at. . . . . . . Men's 75c. Top Shirts. . . . 49C i
U.OOO yards Valenciennes at p'r yard . 4 to <.>.k Men's 50c. Top\Shirts.. . . .. . .. .. .. . ... 39C :RUGS {

98c49c 111 kind of very nicEml.roi.hr> Men's Elastic Seam Drawers. . . . . . . 39c Bicycle Playing Cards i
i K BB 30x60 Smyrna Rug. . . . . . . . . . 03; 19co )
Men's Balbriggan Underwear. .. . . . . . 21 C
5'c 30x60 X Minister Rug . . . . . . . . 1.98 J
TRUNKS Men's 50c. Balbriggan Underwear. . . . . . . 39c
;ge 36x72 X Minister Rug. . . . . . . . . 3.24 i
Men's 50c. Porous Knit Underwear. . . . . . . 3geIen's
1'r 1'.11'. . . . . . . . . 1.24 7 1-2 ft x 9 ft. Art Square. . . . . . . . . 2.48 ; 999 Playing Cards
1 In. Zink >: 50c. Honey Comb Underwear.. . . . .. . . 34c
JJBSI2c 1'' Trunks fi or. . . . .. .. .. .. .. .... .. l,4o 9x12 ft. Art Square. . . . . . . . . . 3.48 I c
t bZilik Men's Cambric Night Shirts. .. . . . . . . 43c .
. . . . 1.8 i
!, 1.t. Zink Trunks ,' liens Bathing Suits. . .. . . .. . . .. .. . 49C \ s
I"C3ge . . . . . . . 1.98
t-tn. Zink Trunks for. . lieu\ Handkerchiefs. .. .. . . . . . 3 tO 9cMen's I 2-qt. Ice Cream
. . . . . 2.23 ".. Suit Cases Freezer
i-in. Canvas Covered Trunk Ties . ... . . .. .. . . . . .5 tO 24c
9cQc . . . . . . 2.68 S1.:,O
; t.ID. Canvas Covered Trunk. . Men's Blue Denim Overalls. . . . . . . . 43c
i I .. . . . . ..... .. .... 2.9o 22-in. Leatherette Case for. . . . . . . . .. (?3c
IMn, Canvas Covered Trunk I Men's $1.00 Overalls. . . . . . . . 69=
I . . . o.oot'in. 24-in. Leatherette Case for. . . . .. . .. ... . JJ3 J I
Can\as Covered TJ.mi.; Men's 60c. Work Shirt. . . . . . . .. . 43c : t xGO X Minister Rugs
. . . . . . . 3./8i I 26in. Leatherette Case for. . . . . . . . J,24
I1 l-in. Canvas Covered Trunkjl'ii Men's $1.50 Pongee Shirts. . . . . . . . 9C 81S
1 124. . . . . . . . ..98 All Sizes of Imitation Alligator for. .. . . . . J 1..39 l
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< .If' 11'/ i.. ':," t- J !" :i "if. 7.rstt..T :t :.: tert. FOUR
: :.' :'''_'J 1r. a "':. 't ,' ", ,. ).. .. I Per Qt. Bottle.
*v1Y1 c': '= .: h:*. :. :.a''' 2 r. v '. +.
.. YC;...::" ( ; !""' \y 0; QUART OfFERFOR Belle I . . . . .J .73
'A* '. !" "h ,. : : :r. 7':. : :::. : J' i': : E'I :.:1.==! : ; rr; le.

.. r. !'11 Ii't' Hour. ",'i fe .'..*. AbIrr.:74, fji., G. : .. .i !t: = ,: .:. ;-.1: ...<- King of Kentucky .. . .75Tncle

'. f'' <<.: >. fi. 1 !. .'. } ,1.j f -> Joe . . .1.00
: .. -' .1 : o
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f.J.t.:: t::'; ,:, ". .. :''; ;' : tl :Strauss: Royal 1.00
t f J* .*'J"t*J. ;. .::." .h '. Iii : ;-: 1 !".k_ :.u '.H.1 :::,:,:.::. i '. .: ';" rr 1. .J Old Maryland Rye . . 1.00

r*** t.tV. :.l: ::' :.:: B:.r"t c. 1- ',: bT 'J' ...;') :.:: ;::':''': :''':''':'; : _;; ::... : : rJ ; ,I'. ". :..'\: J.J't'i it..I' ostressi of.. Old Harvest Corn . . 1.00

: ', :' : 1'il __f'r .. 'J fF.-:. ... ... -. :,s, .t1 ; quarts Pilgrimage . . . . 1.5.a
't ':f "J' : '. : '. : ;; 0; .J: :' 3 =- -= ..; -.r "J'! ''' i Cascade . . . . 1.23;
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K '. ; 4' <: -.': MrI' : : :i !i-'J'4: ..vWv.t: ) >>1 t"J: E rr E .:. '.:.:. ':'f :v'f } :' -: >'i .N 'TR .\ White Oak: . . . ,1.25

.. : :: .Lor.l', .1 JYA wS lR tli:4.;..',.." -- Fern Hill . . . . 1.50
J- I '/I."Jf}: .'. /. '/ : ',? Mif .. .;.4.. ..,".... 0.vr'......"., h,, ,_....?.'roo- -.. ._.... ..."'... '.-. )= Co :- =- : E =: :':'$ .... : :.,,,,, ti's.;'J rs' S- .)..;.J FOR 53.50 Strauss' itl. . . . 1.50
f 1 .. 'T' :drsti :T.l : "
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"J" : ': 4V.I! "l. ltdo..M: OU Oscar Pepper (not In bond) 1.50
Y. Y.'hA.T! ,. !"- a: : t.alI. .- .'Y. Mr bacrvz't i; *:. W :.:.... : ..i : :..::;...!.: > ;. J' --. .:: '::'.:'"'t lj JJ ."e........,w. .:.::: eui,,' express I Planters' . . . . . 1.50;
.. -. ". M W tw1'.. ;- 4 :..L.1 quarts of5TSAUS5 and . .
t.- ? -1 s.--..."... 'or -st _"_4"J _}! '" : ''''' Black White Scotch 2.00
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: ', ... c.: ? it&rv i aT.Kraz.k t '; : J _v; :..1 ... vl. : Tom Gin . . . 1.0')
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'. ,- ?:.': Bai'.ir(1 :. ud of t 1 r j :.- : rr; nici :or the' money Bowman's .* . . . .1.00
/i: "W 'J:. .,! ,d- tife fciiafe OB rfx'yof i. '. s _L- "" : **. SWEET GOODS.
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W r111tafU., wbo *** to &- t'Ili rf; r:: :-: =-:7: '. .. wl Peach and Honey "a" grade .$1.50
', ,":. "t 'Lt : T.E \ Jt e express Peach
: to 4r..etioocn & Hi and
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; Honey "aa"
J.titJ of tb DtuHUrllon Pboephate (:J. TJr.: eai:;, o? tiVt'wxi: i-r. :f -.:* :: :::: : :; . . .. 1>: p.vpi4: : mil quarts of Rock and Rye "a" grade 2.00
al, 6LLit1X: : i Uas: to vxA'SK' 'z& f- : ,, grade 15&USS
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Meta trtek bjr lifbujlog> mil iw.00

H* died ere Dr. Griffith could! tx t I.:...: njk1i. flL-1fl., It* E.::nof ....0't :0:::- -. --. --.-.- : 1\ Orange Brandy . . :too

H.IA.. C. g.Td I1 pr J a''i a' i } : < '. "76" II Y E Banana Brandy . .. .! 300
4Miaa '. i' : !Y' : ::.: .:; :: }"J.:' ;; ::.. I -. oc-- 0- '\ Apmot Brandy . J'OAti
( r." .<-.- t *. ; S
; .iut g-uoday, aid 1e. .
.Co. a r ..
; I Ii
Martfel ..-.-,,- T '
1:1.1" G4ger. who baMl > bteniidtltg iL.1: ___ -0':" __ _''T. !
h.fL '.In t:';>rday afUEfLriUr'.E *';!. : ,
Uor Waters, baa return' 'L-:: < .::. !' rLrs: : :.* : =::..: ;:
;.<;.1 kk.'\k-6: at the Mt': 'd.k: F's3tirL ; i i
ei4 I to err bofo at Bermuda Iia&d. 1I'i'tf57"J: t c rt: ..L,r. ..ra''.c-__ --.f
!!..r rrC.L'; .g Saiba't sxr't r,'xaiLr_ .. .. I i h
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'R". ; ... .
Mr Hull of bills Is ape&4ifig a felt "' orJF" ,-: "J '<<,
a:. ': HJ; l. Keating
tetra la Wxn.itr ; .It ::.= iT
sue...\IoW Midge, Noo F 4 A. M I
Hio ha* beet htudin aa.ongrrbaaui : t:2.fjG.: !t.: !:. cfMare. :ate. :6t'i2rit-'r '
... i-o.-i: tjwrr regUlar aooauLly eoafa
ILA .. He left Today for cl! ;'.c:. at Eu.:' B.rd Eoctrc
I ,_r .'i'-or. Sa'ardaj nltyi', J'ijy ST. ,: .
f) S.r: i uR.f", -"j: s-,:,:,,:! .!:!: t } Ocala Florida '
fc* 7; V'.' >. rL. W urtez..: ter' :1 1iiJ f
i Mr A, M Rlzy w *t to Jacket.;;% : of ra'g.y r..r.I4, js heard a:
,.. '-* :*o ezn.itlat+a tJj W J.hf :
t T"r to ttxo4 to bU tL : j its'!; jiEr1E o-f tc.% 4&J to'afrifig ti*
t aHr1L: dtL'rucr' the iik I
11rFit. ,
; To itiOM* who are looking tor a deiratl -1 er! ;,;'J1 wh* Vj re, wren to beg.r .
j tkt '1! : --ge L- IKU rk HLS, the VSAA/x v vZ
I putt to opeo a )first cia&eM i work, w Lei to <*t, ail: ten MAINFJ..FF' \, J
i irdgt :t }s<;;_r..g in !Y'm tr'tiy sr.1.:2lj::: j I v"'l w ,
t.irdirg or boUfl.: alorlldtat. lola -1 W4 1'r'x for -a% cay, reminding t
fir u4j SL ;AtkTeft ?air.'x i!. tie 1 -- -- .
lMaall Mn. Brown the ? at lH are t.rTctkl byc b ,. I - --- --- -
j >isneb i E :; ; : : :a-. ij.-. u thought of
iDp. 6udi>> atTiilz W wt trt 'f U'JWD 1!;. .. ? it. But sister of Lady Lake
prrrpdetr. ta oj tbfc DuaMlloo fWt'rbtb. a- \ ::y f.fJfi; .. *.' i<'ujt.i.s S pric ; ..-.'- :! fr hant who attended preaching
f 1tan. A e afE: :>t.! morere..t! lire ; ,... ..... : handles a drink here last
: I : Sunday.Mr.
*. to r' boarder \ ', f
uii "
erery 47 as 1 -- l""'" ;>f< fc: V <:..e. ScLL-- :-.a.: excites \
t Jwc44ge Hojkint.tJE j I Reddick. R.
... aai rum tJus room to 1Ib'r.l, .'. Tit i-j&irtcfc '.If i.o'issidfc of d>yi- It I! V.'e fc: !> ; >-' gl.g o-r ,---a'*: of ..rh the expectation of E. Chitty has purchased a

...... I uma w'ar fa>' >?'-! f c/r a rl- :are ?:.c.t tifeb Fa*mj.6.ito .rr..aL; : "! ".be; ran., ai.a i ave a-'i.E :o t are.Q. revenues, makes increasinghis buggy. Look out for him, girls, he
Tfc, poi t vfil b*> moved w tej j I from a cou k of ilrcJ4ft'n: a week: : orto .L.JW tt: *: cyc'iJatiBrty m ::.l!:. ; '. *,e a L'':z.:.*-r' -S. 'sj'j: .<- ::.'' hereTu&cay temperance a mistake. The may call at any time. ,
.!taa-t f.'U.1t sentiment here is radical
ago. vr: ::. :! :.:'; : rats.pici'rn : I Miss Annie
r'ew quaf'tWIJ fOBEwtioM tbic week. : .lH: !fA : 10 '!.*; Uin&ere, cs.tr- 01. 'c'.- ". o clock aLOrr.g nd Mixson is the guest of
something to be
i itt vier of ire fa*' ?s tt: a t7isre reckoned with. her friend i
; f;::eras es..i a? vtAJSla: avoca-j 'lair,, t/jLg &c'.itt.iagof: tit efaeapi i Some have found this Miss Lula Jones, this
hail out j
been riiusti ate a we-: :"b1r1! at to their week.
I THE OXFORD GROWERS: I i ; L., jfc, rfO.Jt.CJk: 5Jt tifet thftj : time wj I lrntxb !f.J i Sat'ai.naL.:: }1 )L and other cost and have
I cut it
Su.Gt'IWD only a few days 'ktf1'f u1 j out and we :Miss !
I j trraSfc hay ut a.E 1't I We Rudolph Myles of
: : sn f1-i. (11Dts. mt tt-rc all a pleasant think that all will Irvine was

i "Rtrrutnt.ti.tt; cf the t't/< '{;/>( from tbrr a stor *a* rroel Arid a I The farmer '-L'i Jb tit !fiJ'11bi5e O! !i ij "u...- Since soon. the guest of Miss Annie Mixson last j!
*afc blown at K-vb t r t We UAtkr" : I the vegetable season is over
TT. ,
I Payer Tcl'/ df Their Pr :;;? rityOiforj j j 1 lit ooui'.ry: whit tail to U l a..a' .N'.1 j 1 J>!r A J, JJL e .si-i family left lastTufeia laid Sunday.
crops by
and the :
and that their < 1 colored
i KU. July 12 -This ia auoUwftinnfckiBCfeQter >uo& outrEryorid'td -tai 5 i iabbsg f-'W'At.ubjt: trill if p41 >' for Norh Carolina where ; have people )Ir. Fant is busy threshing oats in .
spent what
: 'f with that I1V4'fl by su'of they made in fine
and will Ibl pi xw, rAnt: xira' b'3Ein J:1Hef.I aL'1 they expect Vj fcpewJ a short while 1 clothes vicinity this week.
i j Irwiien &a escaped coari''jafe :
!, about 1'xi arr tbi ai'in beside I blower. i iI I arat xst lave ri aagh4, regret that I with relative! We wish them a : are not quite so independent Beforewe Mr. D. E. Jones and sister attended

I tAb*.r vK !ublai. Moat of th e crotI.eru [ be failed to d<; if} I ylEasattt trip. services here last Sunday. \
I| Mr*, M. J. Pelot ha lfJt'fId Uiu i i ioMJ" had to beg them to work after of
1 U oan'iled thcougb the Oxford'I'! l| William J. rager zw'1 Everybody Is
'Urs. Busb'e j : tJiluijr Annie Wilson ecd Mrs. Max fering them two prices for cordially: inviter. to
cottage next tI Mr in
Trw firor, Union, which la said I.Amos Nott' / ;''Mt Tufcbday Q:; a r;*!H v> fridtle'etk i ii Ys'iria atteaded church here last i different labor, but now the i come to the church next Sunday 'af--

to fcav! rivet" the shippers all round]I j i I i at GadMtefi Aia, rir' Ut-y will remaic I KuLday IDOrBing. I Is begging Iternoon to help organize ,
Mr. John Haice Lu not necessary or if a Sunday
1 gone to FV r- so comes from
jMUafariury results. Among tb* a llJI.Jlltt... Mr. '1'. H. Mills of school.
I al! City to bfclp build a pbo rbsi>: Plemington was the darkey. Unless our people organ"Ize BALTIMORE.FROM \
yjtovrn Iw-r! are C. C Perry whola I Ii i VhiHlJr to our Jmle town last !!
I plant and take hold of the labor
i IX ti/rck watermelons and I ELECTRA /TEdu prob
growntvfftUblf ( -A VII6 TAT OW rikriisy.
I 1 If tbe owner of tbe I l lem in a common sense CITRA.
squeaky well ,
; in teaiion.! IL O. Oliups' OF WO CU'TO :5 (J. G. Randall made } practical
j; 11 wheel: would confer a favor OB racked I a business way they will have to stop planting -
acre watd Tm lonH
tomatoes cantakxippii. il t rip to Irvine Mrs.
iaft Harry
and otter vegetables in seaion. -. nerves by using a few drop of oil I I Special, Cor. Ocala? &IJ1 tf i To Wednesday. more than they cultivate, without and Barcus, little daughter
I cord niece
: wood
on same it! would be business seems to the negro's help. are visitors in Citra.
J. appreciated. Myriads ofed m. 1.:11\1 They have no regard
Q Iteese watermelons anMaraI d I osquiuer ;' twrXljY j ire /mit a gucetes here. Mrs. Emma

|irxl,ice. Mr. Reese is bus i The city fathers should have LakeLillian l down upon Eiectrs: tw.ei it.e Lt-4 i i Mr. J. A. Tfcouiita ,I for a verbal contract, and will vin and White, the Misses Er. :
and Robert
lieu nunaxiT of the union and d e- cleaned while it is low. It I vy rains U 'aa, sad *fx: w 'b: JIik 'l'utsrtuy fur (Je family left I quit one employer only to find that ing Thornton are enjoy
<>rgm, where they I :his the ocean breezes
needs it ex neighbor at
badly. Do it is Pablo.
M1y.: much DOW, gentlemen, wbo figb' eager to hire them
credit for tbs heason's stops IJj5 nag feti() igt> into If') i << 1I1 at J.
yeot j ; L4tj a wmlfc B.
and with relatives. i j i increased Borland and
confer a favor on stock wages. An family left Wed
twctrsa J. E. Charles who baa 10 every pen a few j/MUru.jf ibyffat* is ; organization 11
owner. COW BOY. similar to nesday for Steubenville.
that Ohio
acrw watermelons and tomatoes, !is a me&Kag- to an a J -tit k/v-a <>&e which exists among ; later ,

nitw IIbit.pla"| Mr. Charles beat tbe One man killed and one man shot Tbe hail storm of last *.-'-k dt.1 REDD'CK 'JTEM3ir :the turpentine operators is what is they expect to visit the exposition and /

in the arm at the still one shotat i needed. It is said that Washington, D. C. They were
; man
rtord oo trntaloup: -s this seaso n'. more damage than was jtt tire' -_ I some of the--- accom-

(.liiiiing| | :us crates from one acre of' Santos; one man shot at Montague thought. It was not very c-if'-.t!'It:' ;:1.0"14<< C 's' u,'dla JJallu I negro women here, with three or four panied by Mrs. D. Barcus who goes

liiti-l J S I It, ese has 3G acres in wa- and all within four miles, and Mr. G. W. Waters seems o> tease: nut it- : children made as much as $10 a day to Wellsburg_, W. Va_.., to?,, v.;.....*.*. -"'-''IG"'-
: it-1 iff kf-tt I
on leavin3brtr lives.Mrs.
i If run'tuft's.: and crows other produce I within two weeks. It smacks of too been in the center of !it His p' I : yyruj't hi- f"'OUVb l lull ] gt during the bean-picking season and
"" soonJ.. 8. Perry grows cant a- much gun-toting for tbe good of the .patch, loaded with fruit wa. am't! kl'V: ,b Iwtfs: out of the t<) some of them were not satisfied with .Mattie Grantham and. {chil

|I..u--h| ?,,,r! ,.''-s and squash in sealouil.n general health of the community. a total wreck, potatoes badly injured/ j nor ti, f.-.-;i I thi, hlcki-ns.! : cornfield I that.The Mrs dren. of Holder are the gu & of

'nii Hin I. .- grows a general. BABY. and many of the grapes- left on .thl i .Mra, ( ,i1Juu atcl I her mother have patrons of our school are anx Crosby. it'

ii lit v : ,hlt.s in st'ason. T. F. I I vines are still falling. On one water. j i i I son" ItJ North' 'arolina: to visit DrV ious to know who they are to have for Notwithstanding the fact that the

I Burst i ircr I. 'II' "Ii I rouimssion broker, The Baptist revival, which started melon sixty ice scars were counted. |! J. \ IiavldHon, From there principal this fall, as Mr. Simmons extremely bad weather kept many

"-" ., 'hl { Sunday morning, did not continue all A beautiful the y has decided not to teach from attending the
'an!: >< -\ liros., Baltimore; baby girl has arrived will! v> > to the Jum.'Hfown' here or else meeting of the
V\i-'l!' I j the week as was expected, on account I Exposition t,, where again. Mr. Ladies' Fancy Work
Hn.' :I. 'II A: Co., Cincinnati; at Mr. and :Mrs. Josh Martin's.j thoiKitu Simmons pronounc-- Club quite a
!''of I .lackwrnvllK 111, to visil e
r \\ l'- : \ > !tu A: ('o.. Charleston ; t I the minister getting a telegram to j' Mr. Oliver Snell is recovering from i In laO -s. ed this the most pleasant school to i pleasant afternoon was spent with

I Hutu-r I'l', ,. (' corn home and preach a neighbor's !, measles and is ; manage of any he Mrs. R. C. Douglas ;
0., Lexington Ky.. ; 1 now taking the i J i.. H LItiFtI left on the 8'h inst. to, ever taught. The on July 4th. |
lll.d.M! k F & I' Co. Richmond funeral. 1 Hope he patrons as a rule Mrs. Carsewell has
Va., is mumps. wont take the j chit: bin rurJthl r's eave the manage. been entertainf
: family
; in P'
( al! a .IrttWI'r of melons, cantaloupesi I Mrs. J. F. Pelot has been on the I whooping cough till! his jaW's get wHlRev. ;! fan l9. nnsyl-1 ment of the school to those who ing her aunt and uncle of Bel lair, Fla.

I d 1&11,1, i '..mall..... sick list this week but is much better I Mr. Luther preached at 11os'luff :i1'1I |j .Mra R. A. Boyd, .Mrs. S. L. Fridy teach it, and unless there are the best She has also had as her guest, her J j

: II K. 1'arkbam Is an old Packer at this writing. I B last Sunday.We /1' and children will !leave this week for of reasons the patrons nor trustees I sister, Miss Ruby Johnson of Red-

I reader and Miss Bessie Shedd and Mrs. Tre- do not interfere. dick. d
j grows melons and vegetables see it stated that the agricultural 'olumLlu' S. C. Mrs. M. A.
i iu mere and daughter, Minnie, took advantage Robinson The blacksmith's
season. department has at last evolved and hr hammer
daughter Mrs.
: f IL A S. C. Caruthera are large grower of the cheap rates that are on .i the seedless tomato, after six years' I Ocala hospital staff, we Pope understand of the from early morn till dewey eve rings now :Mr. A. C. BIgelow of Rockwell manager -'>f

;I I here and are old readers of tbe now and left Monday night, Mrs. Tr experimenting[ ; that Mr.: Burkbank of I will leave on Thursday for and he is proving to be what we have of the Dunnellon Phosphate Co. 1
Ohio. ,
Packer. Also J. A. Stacy and many mere and Minn* for Georgia, and I California is working to produce seed A. Jones and family leave also on the J. so long needed-a reliable workman. was registered at the Ocala House .
Miss' Shedd
otters the writer did not find at home. South Carolina. We less orange and we Electrans wish 18th for South Carolina to spend the BAP'I IS. Tuesday. J?.' .:

This ends the week and the Packer wish them all a pleasant trip and a our enterprising editor of the Banner summer with his '.
mother who is
man bas six mlle to drive back safe return. would try to very FLEMINGTON The Doctor i
\ to get some one to solve old and feeble. We just can't remem NOTES Away From Home When '

Lady Lake tired, but satisfied with Mrs. Mason, who passed away last a seedless guava. ber all that Most Needed
or have
rowlts.New York Packer. Wednesday night, was buried Thus Messrs. Waters, Snell Tillis and Mrs. Crossett and her gone. Special Cor. Ocala Banner: People are often very much
granddaughter disappointed
dya afternoon. Her funeral was not Brant have Hot to find
weather that
recently lost
some fine are and fodder their
visiting Mrs. Crossett's phy
Mr. Wilbur Moore and baby oft preached on account of her favorite dogs by poisoning. Mrs. Anthony.Mr. Bister the order of the day. pulling i is most sician is away from home when they

)t k\\"ell.) who has been visiting beriKirtnti minister being absent from home. Her need his services. Disease, like

funeral will be preached whenever he McLaurens three sons have all Those taking in the cramp colic and cholera niorbaaX re
In this city, returned hom Fine Brood Mares. been excursion to quire
at home recently on a visit South prompt treatment and
jcttenliy.KslMltor. arrives. It was her desire for no one Carolina today were many instances hatfJ: in
but him to preach it. She was a kind We have just gotten in a car load: understand that certain partiesare J. II. Smoak J. K. medicine could be proven fatal before

C. Y. Miller, who is an hoarteil lady: and will be greatly miss of the finest brood mares ever broughtto getting up all the evidence they Dentzler and little Mixson[ : and J. sician summoned. procured The right or a' phy

the stag, and to see them Is to admire I can in the "cider-drunk" girl. The writer to keep at way 13
QMtlrlcot! candidate for high sheriff ed. She had not been well for sometime. them. cases witha wishes them a jolly l hand a bottle of ChamberIain's -
Wewill sell them avery t view of trip. Colic
test Cholera
a of the county, was circulating among It will be a consolation to the reasonable prices. Come and and a before the state Mr. C. H. Gray Is busy Remedy. No and Diarrhoea

' hi* friends In Ocala Tuesday. He is bereaved ones to know that she is look them over at I courts. Strange how much feeling a crossing on Light's repairing the a better medicine physician for can prescribe ...;_

altogether pleased with his prospects. beyoivl all suffering now. ai:1RI0FARMS STABLES, little matter like this will stir up now to Ocala. pond, on the road By having it In the house these diseases.

x x Ocala! Fla. when not many much you escape
years ago nothing Mr. pain and suffering :'
I Oily Scott and and all risk.
his Buy
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4 TALLAHASSEE TOPICS t Written I Schnapps Tobacco is Made ENTIRELY from Flue Cure&s 1

r Buttermilk! Buttermilk( i

------ : Expressly I Beware of the day I Tobacco Grown in the Piedmont Country. ;

: :1 When the Cocktail shall meet thee '

CORRESPONDENT SAYS THE KNOW-NOTH for the ; I, In bottle array; \ The Imitation Brands Have Schnapps

VALUATIONS j : I For dark and despairing.My I

AVERAGE $7000 PER MILE GOOD : br j sight I may seal, !
t : Quality Only On the Outside :
WORDS FOR THE LATE JUDGE SWAYNE. But nothing can cover
: .
Miss Jeff son Bell
t. What Cocktails reveal.

........'.......................1NN1.......A..AA.Jr......- 'Tis the sunset of life, Of the Plug :

I "I', .t-atlt it 1-i fur. the little tin| god I|. Ah. take the cash and let the credit Gives political lore }V ,

Wan.r. at .Iii" 111141"I| And coming events
I KO. Hundreds of imitation brands claimed be
are to "just as good" as
llu ." !\0.- till KnIt" m ak. tlu-ir HttU- Nor heed the Cast their shadows before.

!11..1.lakesla drum." rumble of a distant Buttermilk! Buttermilk! on sale that look like Schnapps to- Schnapps, but there is only one gen-

u. -UK the hour when Great Jove 'Tis well you turn pale bacco. The outside of the imitation uine Schnapps. Be sure the letterson

w..l.t'II." Of the above number it is said that You've got the hot wallop

there are two who aspire to be railroad From the festive Cocktail.W. plugs of tobacco is flue cured the same the tag, and stamped on the plug

it,.' kuow.Rotain dub baa been to I commissioners. Mr. Appleyard C. Teeyoo in New York World. as Schnapps, but the inside is filled under the tag spell S-C-H-N-A-P-P-S

T&IdtMsntw! thia week. At least all and Mr. Finley the latter
I I having with sweetenedair and then have it-the most
cheap flimsy heavily you
only the
tin- t It !'lImun) given by editors sun early symptoms of candidates Atlanta Journal ParagraphsThe ,
fever. cured tobacco. One chew of \vholesome tobacco produced with
010nt'11 I i.y the Investigating commit- administration seems bent on ,

JEFFERSON BELL. smoking; out the tobacco trust.A will tobacco just enough sweetening to
t.-. '/i.t: all about the dark doings Schnapps satisfy hunger preservethe

..f .the, trustee* that have Inspired Inglis a Great Port Pennsylvania for stealing man sixty bas pound been rails.arrested longer than two chews of such tobacco mild, juicy, stimulating quality of

"' ii'oritU charged with insinuation Another Harriman in the making. The color, size and shapeof the leaf tobacco. Expert tests prove
: and innuendo against the trusts
The port of Port Inglis which i is |I It seems to be have become fashionable the and of that this flue cured tobacco
have Minimerad down to a prac- tags, plugs packages grownin
located at the mouth of the Withla- for the president of a company
n< i<'.tI! iiiiisHion that they know nothmi : I I certain imitation brands of tobacco the famous Piedmont
region requires -
coochee river is rapidly gaining in I like Standard Oil to have very ,
: Some "had heard it said sumwrr
I little to do with it. have been made so much like and takes less sweetening than
!hlllu."t enough to say that they Importance as a port of export as I

rut rut d l the law thus and so. but large quantities of phosphate, lumber The latest proposal from the steel Schnapps that they have often been any other and has a wholesome,
trust is to furnish a perfectly safe
floe?' hail anything definite to say and naval stores are exported from
rail with only 48 per cent of steal in accepted by buyers under the belief stimulating, satisfying effect on
), aj.1II1I-. ; the trustees. When the tes.'Inl"II that station annually to every country

:. of the newspaper men who of the world. it. that they were getting Schnapps. chewers
Mr. Roosevelt could set a
hani.n\.' I.n examined in printed anguru Fred Cubberly, of Cedar Key, collector many rumors at rest by getting elected great Sufficient proof has been securedto If the tobacco you are chewingdon't

10 the public it will place the of customs for the ports of Cedar
an alternate senator from New establish the fact that certain satisfy you more than the mere
who have been Industriously Key and Port Inglis, stated a day;

or two that the York. brands are infringements and in violation habit of expectorating
wnnnt;:; this claas tit editorials in a ago exports from stop fooling
Have you noticed how quiet Attorney
utl\l'r awkward po itloo. Port Inglis amounted to $l.'iUOOOOI General Bonaparte has been of the trade mark laws, yet the yourself and chew Schnapps tobacco.

of these editors for the fiscal year ending June 30,
|1111"'Fb 1'\; "T.most did active not appear in answer to I and that the shipments comprised I since he began to be an expert on trade will continue to be imposed Schnapps is like the tobacco chewers

ttic :Munitions but wrote letters sayam phosphate lumber and naval stores I I mixed Mr. Fairbanks drinks. might have explained upon by these infringers until the suit formerly bought costing from 75c.

ih<-> knew nothing at all and the greater portion being phosphate. I I I that they were merely Oyster Bay already entered and now pending to to $i.co per pound ; Schnapps is
of stattnthat. Port Inglis is naturally the outlet .

I y \were skk physicians-some on the for a large and prolific phosphatefield cocktails ident. served in honor of the pres I protect Schnapps is decided. A sold at 5oc. per pound, in 5c. cuts

including Dunnellon, Holder. of these imitations and
itf nervous prostration.t".au are strictly loc. plugs.
>: < Patti is going to give one more farewell great many I5C.
Floral City and Withlacoochee river.,
performance. This is an item
Sun has been ea- sections which are among the richest .
: 'l'"* l/Engle's that has been repeated annually -
of news 1
tt; il\ r.-ail this week at the capital phosphate fields in the world i I for the last forty years.It E. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WIXSTON-SALKM, N. C.

mining and shipping millions of tons II
unit l lib daring story of the famous I may be jingoish to say it, but --

Manat. t- county conspiracy has been'llhl annually.In Japan seems to have kept mighty Brain and Brawn

\\ ly dihoussed.! That be has thrust speaking of the business trans quiet since the rumor reached her of
and.It't'rll acted and clearing from this port for This is the season of the year when B Stetson
""Iur:.'t>' upon Manatee county I the sending of the squadron to the John University

and sundry persons and officials the year, Collector Cubberly said he Pacific.A certain critics of our colleges are Four and Five Technical Schools
none will deny. only had a record of the exports, and California woman who threw a wont to contrast the college scholar
that the American or coastwise shipping
brick at a man and cracked his skull and the college athlete to the disadvantages DeLAXD, FLORIDA

Tallahassee has not lacked for in- amounted to a great deal. The easily that she was tryingto
can prove
of the latter, and to represent
largest number of vessels ever enter Affiliated with the University of Chicago.
death in the opposite direction.
ting topics this week. The bit a cat
trre" ed were those shown on the books the athlete as standing on a pedestal
with short, crusty mannersdo
of Judge Swain-the unloved-has for the fiscal year just closing and "People the Albuquerque of fame to which the scholar COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The: standards are those of the University

good jobs
('all?,tl candidates well known in some of the vessels were tremendous not get Citizen. We had always; vainly yearns and strives to climb. It of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both

Tallahassee to spring up like flowers I in tonnage, one steamship measuring supposed that the presidency was a is their delight to depict the college Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs. ,

lion. Fred T. Myrs five hundred feet.-Gainesville Sun. graduate as a feeble, witless and COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to practice
the ringtinie.
m i good job.
I wandering creature, as helpless to
law in Florida without examination.
.' friends lost no time in presenting As the public debt of the United+
voluminous pe- OUTLAW DEFIES OFFICERS make his way through a world of living COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-
backed dollars
hi* naru States is now less than a billion
UMOU* to the president Judge Max I I Mr. Rockefeller might carry out men as a new hatched bird. Mechanical Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses leading
Them Come and Take Him, I The college athlete looms large i in to degrees. Fine building equipment.
wt.11 .., Jiud Hon \V. C. Hodges' friends Invites to :\Ir. Webster's project of paying him new costly
also! K!-' Imsy and did likewise. Mr.Shfppard. I But Says He Will Not Be I the public eye and his name is muchon COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Bookkeepingby

popular here ResponSiile for ResultsA 1f.Just the public tongue for a few weeks best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective courses open in
who s very as the yellow newspapers were
.tIIt! who is the logical successor to I dispatch to the St. Louis Globe-I subsiding a little the chautauqua circuit He is a hero for the moment to his other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.

secured the endorsement I Democrat from Muskogee, I. T., under -I the sensation that two mates and he receives from the gallery PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard
.lull t. Swayne springs
of the governor and many of I date of July 11, says: I senatorial lecturers are going to fighta of a busy world the applause given Yale Princeton Cornell Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges.

tatofficials.. Democrats have Calmly smoking cigarettes and idling to any and every interesting nov NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS. Kindergarten in its own build-
I duel.
iL.. look for the appoint I, away his time by playing solitaire I elty. If he were not, as a rule, a tolerably ing. 2. Primary and Grammar School in separate building. These schools
right to
aly !III ,
Balbridge, wanted for the sensible young man, he might especially Public School teachers.
democrat. To the victor Jack Florida and Her New Cattle Industry"I prepare

m.in U-luMi.ot' the a spoils, has been a long i killing of Marshal Sam Roberts at PoI must apologize for the condition imagine himself a personage of tremendous MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos, separate

1''I."t".1 axiom and few look for the I run on July 5, is sitting in the underbrush of' my young Shorthorns. They are and permanent cons building large faculty thorough courses of study.

& | democrat however near the Midland Valley Railroad thin. This pasture belongs to begreen quence. ART SCHOOL-New Studio. Costly casts, models, etc.
appointment! : a wish to see one. bridge half a mile from Porum, at this time of year but you But he is not for the simple reason Stetson has a faculty of 4S professors and instructors. They hold degrees

much they might has for a long time defying United States marshals to know of the severe drouth ini Florida that the daily work of the worldis from the University of Chicago, Harvard Yale, Dartmouth Columbia

Mr Sheppard engaged in the court arrest him if they dare. this winter. They are getting a not winning football matches, or Toronto Wake Forest, Louisville, Bowdoin, Utrecht, Bucknell., University

been actively much liked throughout Ilalbridge has eight killings to his little two-year-old silageit kept boat races or breaking track records.As I of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over $300,000.00 In

work, and hI'er) and possesses the credit besides the killing of the marshal beautifully), with some cottonseed a rule, the athlete knows this very I buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an

the district judge. lie is at Porum. Following is the text meal sprinkled on it, and it has held well, and knows that his place in life I endowed library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly turI -

qtuijVw to make a the fine party organization of the "defy" issued to the Porum and them pretty well; but they should be will not be determined by athletic I cishings, including stained glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a 10000.00 pipe

injrmony' with the unani- Muskogee marshals: in better condition on the native records he can make or break, but by organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatus; an enclosed Athletic Field,

and has practically the republicans "Here I am by the Midland Valley grasses alone if the season had been his ability to take his part in doing I Running track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides swimming -

mouh endorsement of with strongdrmtcratic bridge, sitting in the underbrush. Iam normaL I had a field of velvet beans the work that the world must have I ; golf rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women;

of Florida, together not hiding and am not going to I that I intended for these young cattle done. lIe knows, as a rule that ten ten large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics Bacteriology, Mineralogy and

'!..I' endorsement. run away. At present _I am playercards but I had to eat them off with my: years hence his prowess will be Biology; several large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells,

'f who has occupied and smoking cigarettes to steady I st eers. I was feeding a bunch of native merely a theme of reminescence, and steam heat cement walks, shell roads broad avenues spacious campus,

S.-:dlllll has a nun and will not weigh a grain toward makingor social musical and other students' clubs star
position as my nerves. You can come Florida piney woods threeyearold I shrubbery and trees; literary, ;

Mich a prominent left tbe get me-it's a very short distance. steers and in trying to get themup maring the respect in which he i is I lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location is beautiful .
Judge Swayne for the I held by his fellow men or in determining I and healthful and the low.
>UM. I am one But I will not be responsible I to contract weight on delivery expenses are
wllrl.1oU little regrt the field his place and power in life. For views folders and information, address the Prerident.
who liked result or outcome. Roberts was I had to turn them.on the second catalogs ,

1 of the few people I know him a man ninth man I've killed but shal tlprob- of velvet beans. But I did not get The difference between the athlete i LINCOLN HULLEY Ph.D. Litt.D. LL.D. DeLand Fhv,
.indue Swayne. I found before and the scholar is that one is on ,
ably have to finish a few more them up to the weight. I
and; pleasant manner'j I become expert in some II
ourteous the way to
" of i I am through with this job. "And what was that weight? I
and I will not believe that he that Bal There task that the world must have done 1 __ __ __u ___
! worldmiaow j When it became known "Seven hundred pounds. was
he was painted. The I Ii I while the other is an expert by
r black as in bridge was near Porum and had defied however, a scramble for bean-fed cattle -
the man I
.., matters little to i force, four of tbpicked I( moved easily." whose doing the world may be pleased
pitiful the marshal's and they Stole institutions for Education
. i lie <'a.k.1.; but it does seem when one men of the Muskogee office |i for a moment. but for whose: dojing : Higher
nothing kind said iI it has no real need. The athlete
'" b.I."- dispatched to the scene. They 1 Herein is compressed a treatise on: I _
were -" -- .
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he -
. applause: because --- --- -- -
di\, arrived at Porum. where they alighted I the cattel industry in Florida.. It i iseloquent gets a moments

''i to fix from the train and were 'met by I: of old-time and present day I gratifies curiosity and ministers to University of the I Florida Female CollegeTallahassee
board !

:tJat .III. ting of the railroads the two marshals of that place all conditions. It tells of the type of thenative I the craving for excitement.

7..1l1a! lion of the Florida the, that for have has respect because of the hope
I ;: of heavily armed. After spending cattle years grazed : State of Florida
.. ., brought a large number he raises and the possibilities he rep
: -11 at Porum, and ascertaining the the pine woods and roamed theopen I Fla.
; ,.: ; railroad men and lawyersI" day the Peninsular state.'land for useful and necessary -
,1,1,.t nr val record of Balbridge. marshals prairies of the I resents
date. The fighting t A College for Women, without :a
that '
Ta:: practically that I the scholar may hear a little parallel in the South embracing a
nv-d was it i is that a few farsighted -
,Ila' '?? train, for the purpose I work of improvement
assessment, and was ac- evening wistfully, for he is human and A institution Colege of Liberal Arts a School tat
,,Ir4 of getting more explicit orders public-spirited pioneers haveset i high grade for young
without protest by the rail said chief. I staunchly on foot. The speaker I craves approval of his fellows" the i men, offering Literary, Scientific Engineering Teachers, a School of Industrial

''u ..way mile being the a\-i| from their was Z. C. plaudits that ring about the athlete, I| Agricultural and Pedagogical Arts a school of fine arts, including
,". \ $:.t per I in the quoted dialogue Courses. '
and 112.000 the I knows that he is making a real piano, pipe organ violin voice art-
(ot. certain the scene was the Palmet I
I a": ;IUo\ i iIt Life is responsive-that's .j Chambliss. Strong Faculty; well equipped lab-
railroads altogether of Ocala, in Marion start toward the goal of a successful | oratories thorough instruction both ture, elocution and Physical Culture.A .
Incht t. The : that the shrill scream I to Stock Farm, near ;
: said
is in aH
from It down a Faculty of able specialists
t''t'd HV'5.570.25 the rumble of the I county and the listener was a Gazette living, and not a mere ''theoretical and practical; careful supervision -
i last year ,I the locomotive leading nowhither. He knows : and discipline; high moral departments.
whi.1Hi'. I state received the rattle of the wagons, the editor who at the request of the rulerof track i tone. Tuition free. Charges for special
, amount doe not in ears the constant seeking, not the+ that he has chosen the better part ; I instruction in Fine Am reduced to a
1 f 1 r.ui I::I :,11, which I ceasless whirr of industry, his home was He No tuition charges to Florida
-lu..! the county levy. of the pavement all. fountain of youth but rest and pleasure and he has his own consolations. i dents. Other expenses very stu'l' minimum. New buildings in count
I tramp not at momentary notoriety !! For catalogue and information : of construction. Write for Catalog.A.
aiming j
world of nature is in.I in a state the name of which had is ,
at the sound in the achievement at dress ANDREW SLEDD. A. It'RPIIREE.i ,
i well known men is common note. heretofore signified to him chiefly alligators but at ;1
-\1I11111, ,, the of F. There a Presitlcnt. j President
were lIon. the key .I required and bringing its solid I II Ij i
week in every everglades. The womandid work
chord and
4 ,Ipital, dunug! And there is a common real
C. C. Max when well done, and at
Judge motionless The Adamic charge stillstands. rewards
t1' .\. Blount and II. Human heart. It lies t it. I
e.11 tlf Pt'Us.1C013. 1.'on. William responsive only in the key of F. The And we are glad she did.She fame.-Chicago Inter Ocean. e I

Mariarua. Senator Shep is deft enough to I expressed a desire for a visit toFlorida
M+I It1u t of I whose hand
producing :
J. Em- man leads all the cotton
IHountstown. Judge chord will at once become when the season about Chicago Florida
f nark of J- D. par- ; mite that states in crop prospects: with
unpleasant. A
Wolfeof Pensacoa of his kind. is particularly
?,, ,tr the idol an;
n *witb. E. J. L'Engle.Johj4 woman who can run a 100-acre farmwhile Georgia a respectable competitor ROLLINS COLLEGEvi
rutt..l., II. '
i :o
Accor :
and John E. lIart-I reached this city the man of the farm is at hisdesk Louisiana a poor third. -
,t.tarKett luforuation has tN-! Department TEK
of \ FLA.
board PARK
Jacksonville, J. 31. Caldwell that Judge J. T. Wills; in his city office, and can findtime the crop reporting !

rid iE ... T J. :\Vplc'ard of Lake I lo the effect special term of the cir for club and church work and of Agriculture Flor'-:..!'s average Offers superior advantages in high grade college academy, expression
of E I. r. l ordered a S3;
nhur'illiams or JaCliSOnrille.Errol. has the eighth Judicial Cir- to bring up a son is entitled to haveher on June 25. this ytar. was music art, business, stenography, and domestic science,
('in court of 7.while Louisiana
Lire Oak. Neil C. quit Lecounty, for the. wishes gratified. It was agreedthat I that of Georgia was t courses.
/. 1.-vrf i Jcuit in and for of
and Charles Fin- the case of the, it would be a "runningjump"tripjust followed with r.n average Most attractive, healthful and refined surroundings. For full

WadT.atnesTille: purpose of trying Bascom Low to go to see where wewould 66. The average of the crop of the particulars and room reservations, address
le> .! .ake City.'Son" state of Florida's. States was "';2, a decided drop L
if shouldwant United
charged like to ever we
Lowman go W. R. O'NEAL
George J. H. BRINSUor, Sec'y,
and ,
rles of this: nan Phinney,, return TO the state. We will from the esti=:.t's made a year ago
iuh for the g!) the murder of Dunlap to Ocala, Fla. Orlando, Fla.[
with Raleigh a few go back, each winter, we nopeBreeder's when the average for the country was
'-1. world.And which occurred at I
pr'ophet'sparadise Gazette. S3.3.
some sigh for the weeks ago.-Cainesville: Sun.

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I Atlanta' Journal Paragraphs I I "SHADE TOBACCO" A. J. Snell grows general produce and I
State Institutions; of Higher Learning orchard. jv-
I has a peach and pear
The Ins'it'-tions of higher learning "Moscow is calm," says a dispatch.So i! Agricultural Department Interested At Lake Weir. C.T : of _

I and is manager
after the : in Methods Used in Growing the acre orange grove
'Stallsh! d i two years ago, is a graveyard.The other
for .
I acres of orange groves
Weed in Florida
liaseag. .f :hc Buckman act the University 'J
unemotional Jap doesn't seemto !parties also has a fine peach orchard
of Fiurida at Gainesville, and Special to the Ocala Banner:
take things as "coolie" as he used |lof 300 trees.
the Floridi: Female College at Tall -
Washington, July 10.-Experts in At Candler. six miles north of Lake
haseee. are rapidly winning the confl- to. w
the department of agriculture are Weir, one finds another garden spot Y
dcnca and patronage of the people +of War again in Central America.
watching with much interest the in Florida. Here they grow oranges
the entire stite. The last legislaturewas Can't be helped. The dove of peace' I lakeI -

liberal iu its appropriations of isn't a flock.Tammany. growth of the new industry in Flor :, and grapefruit among the little
I ilets which make this one of the most
money for better equipment, jar Hall gota man from ida. This is the growing of "shade I ,
of winter as well as summerplaces
when the contemplated improvements Cripple Creek to talk to it on July: tobacco." This shade tobacco produces I to visit. But the star crop this

are made Florida: ; will have two Fourth. Tammany has a fellow-feel
a cigar wrapper as good or better + season was the peach, which is the
schools u&&rrpasscd: by any in the ing for that creek. ittk
than any heretofore obtained from I! finest in quality the Packer man has t Among Beneficial a '
entire country. "We have no time to think, said a i '

These schools! are looking to the preacher recently. Any preacher will Cuba or Sumatra, and will sell for ever seen in Florida. Among tht-. r Red Rock Singer nleIs 3
here are: J. Y. McKinneywho
Ugh schools of tie state for preparatory be excused a few sermons until he from $1 to $3 per pound. It is estimated ( growers (Itself t
has 25 acres in peaches and 12: In Glass 1 by _
work, and are endeavoring 1 to finds the time.Houston that in an average crop year a i a
grove, with 10 acres un ,
glee their undivided time to real collegiate continues its disgusting planter should clear not less than t acres orange
where nothing but fancy; '. androalitrd irge essit
der cover, t
instruction. Boys and girls, boastings. The Post tells us that the i I $500 per acre, a profit that makes the e i

unprepared ifr college work are be city contains the only Rough Rider 1. return from cotton or truck farming fruit is grown; also watermelon r 0'e :xPeiaTh re i y b ( Itr4

I shipping. C. Kline, 12 acres of L, SK5M of th m .
in the high holder. small. a e many Compared la
remain office
finis advisH to who is not an seem absurdly .nit )

schools until they have gotten all it Governor Hughes has vetoed a 2- Col. George L. Norton of Raleigh, I! orange grove. W. H. DeLong, general '.; L .D P.oci. to.'3vi '
I merchant and grower, has a r-aciv+ an4 sir.;3 +-i < Wl
has to offer, and then to go to their cent fare bill. Maybe he thinks the N. C., who was in Washington this c u Ci.i. evp--w.ew.: tare r--
and is one of the few -- >'
own state institutions.The passenger who would ride on a New week, has just completed a trip orange grove
who will increase on last year's crop WN9 RocK v.o.illc .
I'nive-sity of Florida offers York train ought to be fined the limit. through Florida, and he declares the I t t The Red T: t
I C. W. Quick has 16 acres in peach ,:" ,. ; Florida. ; ., -b, ''
courses in c'-'ctrical engineering, mechanical + President Roosevelt turns back into industry is flourishing mightily. i p'l Al r ,

-njneerins;; civil engineerIng the treasury an unexpected balanceof Credit for the new crop is due to a I and is a general buyer and shipper :' q'Rr
of fruits and vegetables, also genera! : it a
agriculture and pedagogy in addition about J10.000 from his traveling man named Coben, who about four
I merchant. and all round business; -
to the regular literary courses; i appropriation. A railroad could just years ago experimented in growing
This ends the week and work
and one maj+' make his degree by doIng hate a man like that.A tobacco that would be partially man. ,
beautiful Lake Weir by the Packer :
a require amount of work in any I crank threatens an eastern weather screened from the sun. He accomplished on

of these departments. prophet with a bomb. Rash man this by putting up a few posts, man this season.-The New Yor\-:+ -tt** 2 f: iliL *1? ; t e'
Shan courses In agriculture, pedagogy Don't you know that if .you carry out nailing to their sides and tops slats Packer. .. Lc.tr x

and mechanical arts are provided your full purpose there will be no that let in the light and air through CO. Wholesale Distributors, Ocala, Fta..o .
Beautiful Gift cf the President to the THE CARMICHAEL & SON ,
for those who cannot take all the more weather? interstices perhaps an inch square.+
Second Oldest' Church in the .
work leading to a degree. Thirty workers were blown up ini a From this small beginning has grown ---- -

The Female Colelge consists of a Portugese mine by a disgruntled col a business of amazing proportions. I Country ': _--- ,r ----------

college of liberal arts, a school of league. Harry Orchard is liable to and Cohen, the pioneer backed by The l lectern which President Roosevelt I'

line arts-embracing music, art and break down again when to hears of eastern capital this year has 1000 will present to old Bruton Parish :

I expression school for teachers, it and realizes he didn't participate, acres under cultivation.The church at Williamsburg Va., to support I; I GLtlTHIRC

and a school of industrial arts, embracing I
the Bible which King Edward
cooking, sewing and house- STATE TREASURER'S REPORT Packer Man Visits the Lake Weir I

will give, has been completed and acepted. i I
kt t'ping. An important feature of the+ Section

school for teachers: is a department The state treasurer's report of finances : It is the work of J. Stewart

I for the training of kindergarten on hand June 30, shows the Lake Weir, with its five miles of I Barney of New York. Rising from a CLOTHING "

teachers. Since these are state following: length and breadth, as clear and symbolic base is the angel of peace.a .

schools no tuition Is charged Florida I General revenue fund. .$ 97,593.15 sparkling as the waters of a mountain draped female form, whose upraivj i

students, and other expenses are reduced One) mill school tax fund. 47,460.75 stream, its high bluffs, its beautiful ed hands and folded wings support :

i as much as possible. Pension tax fund. . 316,734.32 homes, its fine orange groves, is the desk of the lectern. i Wake Up !

I The time i is passed when parents State board of health tax certainly one of the beauty spots of I. The figure stands on a globe, with >l

,c must send their children out of the fund. . . . .- 88,267.09 South Central Florida. Starting at one foot resting on Great Britain and I I, You have been sleeping long enough It's very \, -

state to be educated. Investigationwill Principal of school fund Eastlake the writer found the home i
the other on the United States.

prove that our own schools are (uninvested) . . 4,002.9 of[ an old reader of the Packer, Geo.E. globe; itself is supported by the British -i true there are lots of people who prefer going to a

prepared} : to do, and are doing, work. Interest[ of school fund. . $92.19 Snow, who has a 30-acre orange lion and the American eagle. Between regular clothing store to buy their clothing, but the I

equal to that done by any other institutions :Principal of seminary fund and grapefruit grove and a 3-acre
these figures is the coat of
: of collegiate rank. (uninvested) . . 4,957.06ire t range I nursery. Mr. Snow says he arms of the English Washington fam- suit you buy will not look, fit or wear any better

Folrida is rapidly becoming a great state convicts' fund 65,997.64. about half of than could from for least
: : of expects a crop oranges ily. Each of the three tablets at the one you buy us at one-

and progressive state, and it is fitting I Indian war claims fund. 25,000.00 ind grapefruit this season.
base of the lectern bears an inscrip- j third less
and proper that the men and women ]Drainage tax fund. . 4.3S0.57 At Stanton, Frank Lytle, another money.
I tion. On one are the words. "To the j
f of the next generation shall have college fund. 1,412.74 aid reader of the Packer, has 5-acre
Agricultural ( a "
; I Glory of God; on another "And Com- I We have a big line of Clothing and the quality

;, that patriotic pride in Florida that White\ college, Merrill fund 507.42 ;rove, and is the manager of 150 acres I memorative of the Three Hundredth ,

; can only be attained by being educat I Colored college Morn !! c jf' oranges and grapefruit. Mr. Lytleso Anniversary of the Permanent Establishment I cannot be excelled no matter what you pay. I

: .r ed In our own home institutions. fund . . . 1,140.87 estimates his crop this year at
\ station of English Civilization ini I II I We have a lot of beautiful light and dark
Hatch experiment rout one-half of that of last season. gray I
I America 1607-1907, and on the!
i Ghidoni no Longer in the Methodist fund. . . . 1911.16 At South Lake Weir we find Pleas worsted and suits which for '
third, "Presented by Theodore Rooseelt I plaid we are selling
t MinistryRev. Adams' experiment station rnt Hills the fine 18-acre orange '

I i .' fund. . . . 2,680.54 !rove of E. S. Upham, with P. XI. Ole- President of the United states'I' $10.50; these suits sell everywhere for $15.00 and | .
Bruton Parish church is
W. M. Poage, presiding elder
I,Interest[ of seminary fund. 37.90lind I as This shows I 18.00.1 also have
son manager. grove $ e blue suits at $1 P.50 I
of this district of the Methodist I : ond oldest church in America, and i serge ,
I deaf and dumb incidental good management and is in a fine
church, South in a statement to the I has been the longest in continuous i! worth $15.00. Woolen crash suits from $3.50 to
I fund . . 82.82 condition, but has less than a one-
Evening News today, said: use. It was begun in 1710 and finished :I
I Experiment station incidental aalf crop this year compared with last I j $8.50. Good values.
in 1715 and succeeded the old
I "Inasmuch as the proceedings in i, j
fund. . . 447.46 year, owing, no doubt, to the dry I
the Missouri courts have brought out Jamestown edifice as the "court i;

the details of the conduct of Evaristo Florida Female college in- weather.S. church" of Virginia. It has been ': We are closing out all our summer dress goodsat

cidental fund. . . 1,080.98roceeds Lehmann has:: a fine plant near .
Ghidoni, formerly in charge of the completely restored great care having cost. Special price in every line.
college property here! Mount Hope vineyard. where
llta'lian mission of our church in Ybor been taken to its original ,
fund . ... . 10.27 acres of fine grapes are now being preserve !
City, I deem it proper to advise the form, as well as the historical
Colorend Normal school harvested and manufactured into pure The Boston Store.
public that Mr. Ghidoni is not now tablets and other relics of early davs I
contingent fund. . 2.23 Florida wine. Mr. Lehmann's vineyard
connected in any way with the Methodist While no program for the consecra- I
l University of Florida inci- is said to be the largest in the I
church, he having surrendered tion of the restored church, which .
dental fund. . . 1.26 state and his cellars are well stocked ,
I his credentials and withdrawn from will take place in October, has been :;
and well worth a visit by those interested .
about two months ago. announced it is : '
I I the ministry Total. . . . .1664,101.36 in pure wines.At expected that tbej',
,w Xo public announcement of this fact president will attend, as well as Ambassador ;,
South Lake Weir J. F. Sigmon
was made at the time, because it was Bryce, and it is also an ,, fCOLLEGE
; The new immigration laws, which is shipping from a 40-acre watermelon
the desire of the church to avoid unnecessary nouneed that the bishop of London
-,1. The were passed at the last session of congress field, and he grows other fruits and CQmGE PARKGA. CONSERVATOR
scandal or publicity. will be present 1
are now in effect. The most vegetables in season. rs n t'
matter now having become public Full College Courses t t rF I
important change brought about bythese At Weirsdale X.Y.. Williams has i I IKing '; Catalogue &. full
i however, 1 wish this statement made ; Edward Pardons Arthur Lynch with Music, Painting ? l Information Address
acts is the increase of the head 16 acres in watermelons I I
and Elocution. 66tti
now ship- Set*
i r in order that the public may know On the eve of his visit to Irelaml John W, Gaines Pres. I
slow Begins Sept 1007 .
tax from $2 to $4. with the provisionthat ping. He has a fine young orange or Wm. S. Cos. Mgr. \ I
that Mr. lhidonl is not connected King: Edward of England granted ,< t
all over 2,000,000 of the revenue grove and is a general buyer and ::
with the Methodist: church. -Tampa free pardon to Colonel Arthur Lynch <
so derived will go to the United shipper of melons, oranges, and all

r, News. I States treasury, instead of being devoted fruits and vegetables.Joe who was convicted of high treason
''i j Mr. GhiJoni is well known in this in 1902 for
i having fought in the l.-hh
of the immigration VEh
entirely to the uses Johnson has 20 acres in watermelons and "JACKAlERRYS
city, having been tore: during the last Brigade on the side of the Boxy, >nthe
bureau. When one stops to here; also grows cukes and
conference and it was in the Methodist I South African war.
: consider that during the last two other vegetables in season. -ir
I church in Ocala that he was ordained Colonel Lynch was sentencedeath i ,
years the immigration has been upwards At Oklawaha, A. W. Yongue is a
I. a minister. His case has beena for high treason in 190 the
of one million annually, income general merchant and shipper grower =
most sensational one. sentence later
was commuted
to the government from this buyer and dealer in fruits, vegetables to un
prisonment for life, and in Jannai
source will be considerable. It is not poultry and eggs. Seeds h
A Panhandle Tourist 1904, he was released "on licenseWhile FUNERAL
: .'' expected that the increase in the Moss Bluff is a section of countrysix ':
j" The St. Petersburg Independent in Paris after his prove their worth at harvest
head tax will have any appreciable ef.ft'Ct ; miles east of Oklawaha, worth retuin I time. Afterovertiftyearsof :
i .: gives the following account of one from South Africa. Lynch was t'tt'd! l DIRECTORS.
on the number of immigrants, mentioning on account of its many I : success, they are pronounced
r i : of Florida's slanderers: "I heard j to parliament l :1 :
by Galway I
fertile farms City, and! i- the best and surest _
while it will, in a large measure and its chain of lakes .1 by careful I _

more about a certain tourist who serve to bring in a better class of citizen which protects it from frosts. Amongthe turned to England with the intt'llt11 ., planters! everyvhere.: Your Have a full 'tock of (. j

went home and slandered this statein of taking his seat in the Housl' m, :' deakr'sellthem. 1S07 Seed and Burial Outfits. Coelcinas.1' .' a.,k t't e ..
growers here are W. E. Martin i
:> { Annual 1 freeova gl VI-j7.: :0 j
his local Among other Commons. He request. Burial '
paper. was arrested lauding service I
on f. ;
+ who has an orange grove, and grows 1>. '.. l'!
I I things be said that the hotels were and conviction followed. I Detroit,,,,,.
The Pensacola Journal now calls vegetables and melons in season. E. II : Embalming to Order'I""
dirty and sloppy! and charged exorbitant I :: _
t')0. I [attention[ to the example of Ocala I S. Martin, vegetables in season. Also Vj
An indignant lady told Lumber
prices. trade condition in ]! -
'where the municipality owns water I grower of sugar corn and manufacturer .\ ,
me that this man and his wife and I nd Florida at this tinim> such i
I and light plants, which net the Brick of the famous Florida syrups.: as -THE-
child lived in one room, eating their I Ii call for Kicerted action of t>e :
City $1000 profit. We are sorry Jack-, J. S. Martin, general grower of farm mall- ;
I breakfasts and supper there. For I ufactuzers at the
i t I sonville can no longer serve as a model products and vegetables for market great interstate
I I! breakfast the three ate oranges that meeting of Iimbenmn l in Atlantic! I'
f for the advocates: of municipal own- !in season. H. E. )Martin general produce -
t 1 were discharged at the packing houses Beach near Jacksonville : MorioD ;Hardware
next Monday
i erahip: and we hope Ocala deserves :, and vegetable grower. i ) GO
f j a little! breakfast: food and a pint t the l.jth. Present indications : .)
t all! the compliments being paid her I Electra is anotbar fine section of )poQY
t of milk. They took their dinner at I point to the !argent attendance ever
I for business sagacity. She has our i country, adjoining Moss Bluff and |
t a restaurant at :21 cents a meal, and j recorded at a lumber convention. j I
t best wishes in full measure and running surrounded by many fine lakes. The jI
the child was held on the mother'slap I j
over.-Times-Union. i most prominent growers here are J. -HEADQUARTERS _
so that they paid for only two : While some of the Georgia newspapers -'
W. Brant, who has a fine young orange -
I meals. Their suppers consisted mainly are busy making large bouquets > ,
The historic national banner ofstars grove of 10 acres,. and expects, -
i of canned beans. Then this mangoes and throwing them promiscuously at
: and stripes, which inspired I about a half crop compared to last ..American Wire
home and poses in his local paper the members of the legislature, the Fencing, ; .
Francis Scott Key to compose "The season. J. H. Hallford has an orange
as a "tourist," and kicks about TJiomasville Times Efiterprtse ,
,.. [Spangled Banner," and which grove and grows vegetables of allkinds says: Sash Doors and ,
I The Blinds
f' high-priced botels to create effect. If fool killer has not visited the .
t floated over Fort McHenry in Chesapeake -! in season. J. F. Stebelton has II
it wasn't for his wife I would distribute Georgia legislature. He probably belongs .
Bay during its bombardment bythe one of the finest lake-protected orange Paints. Oils and
circulars in his home town to take to the union and hates to work Varnishes t
British on the night of September groves in this section, and I ,
out of his egotism. That overtime.
13 1, 1S14, has been placed on exhibition grows some of the best quality of oranges Mill and Mining
man isn't a tourist-he is a panhandler : : Supplies J a
at the Smithsonian Institution in and grapefruit. Also other Sank Loo: ,
and only escaped our vagrancy a Chinaman of Springfield
; Washington. fruits and vegetables in season. J. A.Moss Turpentine
Ill., had his SnFPIi2s
., laws because his legs were a visible feet cut oZ recentlyby j
has an orange grove here on a street lie
car. had the feet embalmed .
: of
( moans support. Bees swarmed in a Baltimore street Bryant Lake and is manager for Jno. and is Improved
now taking them backto Farming TooIsfp !
and stopped traffic. They must have R! Avery of Mont Alto, Pa., who has afine China for burial. The street
Memorable Day
, A escaped from the hat of some Favorite 30-acre grove here. Mr. Moss's i
remember with company paid him $5000 for the acci- :
the we
of days
I 4 pleasure One well as with profit to our Son.-Atlanta Journal. This reminds hone, Bryant Manor on Bryant Lake, dent. GET OUR PRICES

, : health Is the ono on which we became us that the variety known asthe is one of the interesting places of this I i I

It acquainted with Dr. King's: gubernatorial bea is becoming section. J. C. Pilans is postmasterand Anyone desiring the services of a'

.. New Life Pills, thO painless purifiers alarmingly plentiful in Florida. It issaid general merchant here, also has competent music teacher will receive ;

that cure headache and biliousness, however that they are harmless a prompt reply by addressing Mrs.
t a fine orange grove and peach orchard )
J and keep the bowels right. 23 centsat : H. C. Gates South Lake WeirFla.. I arion
Tydings & Co's. drug tsore x. i if let alone in their buzzing. and grows vegetables in season. 7-o-wJ1' I Hardware

1. Company.

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Ocala Is to have streets paved What is medicine for? To cure you, if sick, you say. _

with vitrified brick and sidewalks of MONTHS But one medicine will not cure every kind of sickness, because different

cement Now the "Brick City" will GUARANTEE It medicines act on different parts of the body. One medicine goes to the liver;.

f.ike good its claim to the name and I Against: holes. No more another to the spine, Wine of Cardui to the womanly organs. So that is why

t. congratulate. our sister city on darning if you buyjlalepraa J

l these great improvements. Orlando ? Wine of Ca dui

made streets of vitrified brick several f\Dsiery I Builds
All the popular colors. ,
ago and they have more thant FOR MEN Egyptian
: I
: 'paid for the expense in the clean and 1 J". t t Cotton light weight medium), Soldin or has proven so efficacious in most cases of womanly disease. Try it.

0< heat appearance of the city. No dust!: boxes of six pairs Mrs. Wm. Turner of BartonviDe Ill., writes "I I suffered for years: with female diseases and doctoredOI"'Ce
for ?
; .00.
f now arises to fill the stores and the FOR LADIES: : Egyptian Cotton: six F without relief. My back and head would hurt me and I suffered agony vith bearing-down pains. At last

. eyes of pedestrians, and Orlando has ,I pairs with etch for parr$.'.00., A guarantee ticket I took Wine of Cardui and now I am In good health." Sold everywhere, la $1.00 bottles.

the garb of a real city. Vitrified I Vritetovayforafree copy of valuable! M-paze Illustrated Book Women. If you need Medical
brick is the only paving that will I J ')1 WRITE US A LETTER Advice, describe your symptoms, stating age and reply will be sent In pUU staled eivelope ..
I -
Address: Ladies Advisory Opt., The Chattanooga Medicine Co. Chattanooga.Tenn.
stand the wear of traffic, and while _< ot: .""-4-:. ..:-.,,,' : "" _'_-:.-,-. .L '::"'''''' :_''_--' '. _''''''''' :- ;f% '_ ... .,....;p,:_ .- ,_ .__- : '-- -- -_ _-_ ._ .. "'

the frst outlay seems large, experience -; Sold by M. FISHEL .
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has taught the people that brick ,
paving the best I NOTICEOf I NOTICEOf .
s in the end.-Orlando f A

Rep >r.Star. i i The I. I. Fund whitewashing committee II Application for Letters Patent. Application for Tax Deed Vnder

r- : is now comfortably settled in Notice is hereby given that we, the Section S of Chapter 4888, Lawsof DIRECT FROM 1 OUR DISTILLERY
. Has Lots of Friends undersigned, four weeks after the first Florida.
'I Tallahassee with the long summer I publication of this notice, will apply to Notice is hereby given that T. E
i the Governor of the State of Florida I i
0M1.. Richard W. Erwin who is representing 1 months before it in which to dissipate for Letters Patent to issue under thefollowing : Pritchett and J. B. Martin, purchasers .
I. of tax certificate No. 2i:;>). dated
the Ocala Manner during j its $10,000 appropriation from I proposed charter.LOUIS E. LANG.A. the 1st day of July A. D. ltd.1 have WillOW DALEWHISKEY

the summer months, was in the city II'' the general revenue fund. But as I T. SWARTZ.L. filed said certificate in my office and
Monday and Tuesday and called at W. DUVAL. have made application for tax deed
the committee is composed of seven
to issue in
the Advocate of the Charter of The accordance with law
office. Mr. Erwin informed Copy Proposed
k .
I able bodied members the task does Said certificate embraces the following
, the Advocate man that he Ocala Supply CompanyWe described property situated in

:\ would be in the race next year for not appear so "great"-except to the undersigned, hereby associate Marion county, Florida to-wit: West
' t.Jthe office of county superintendent of members of the committee.-Palatka: of ourselves becoming together incorporated for the under purpose half of southeast quarter of south. hlal-

public instruction. Mr. Erwin has News. the Laws of the State of Florida applicable east quarter of southeast quarter,

been teaching in a number of the There's just about 100 days work to. corporations ARTICLE I.for profit. and southeast east half quarter of southwest of southeast quarterof

f county best schools, and is well for the committee, by which time the Name quarter, and G.3S chains north and

' known over the county. He has lots gum money will have been chewed The name of this corporation shall south by 4.50 chains east and westin EXPRESS
be the Ocala Supply Company, and its
southeast of southeast
of" friends who will be glad to learn and then for a home run.-Florida. Index -
principal place of business shall be in of southeast
quarter quarter section 4 $
' of bis intention to run for this office, I Ocala Marion County, Florida,; but
'I :25!: township 1C, south, range :23!
it may establish offices and agenciesin TS. -- PREPAID
and who will work to elect him.-Dun- any other place or places in or out east-12.S7 acres. The said land being -
nf'lIonIl"ocate.. However much the government may of the State of Florida. assessed at the date of the issuance -
deny or attempt to conceal the fact, ARTICLE II. of such certificate in the name Send us $2.555 and we will ship you in a plain
Business of unknown. Unless said certificate case with no marks to show contents, four full
I CoL Rub \V. Davis passed through the relations between this countryand The general nature of the businessto shall be redeemed according to law quarts of WILLOW DALE RYE, express prepaid
Ocala y tf'rlay on his way from Pa- Japan have reached an acute be transacted by this corporationis I tax deed will issue thereon on the Try it and if yon don't find it all right and the
.: i : best YOU ever tasted send it back to us at our expense -
29th of D. 1907.
stage. The order of the war department day July
latka Gainesville to his home in 1. To buy, sell and deal in both by I and your $2..55 will be promptly refunded.
Tainpu He is the picture of robust I placing thirty-six of the Amer- wholesale and by retail, goods, wares Witness my official signature and I Isn't that a f.:ir offer?
and merchandise of every kind and seal this the 25th day of June, A. D.
the command of
ican warships under distillers when buy
health and measures considerablymore Remember we are so you
description; 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK.
around the girth than he did Admiral Evans, to sail for the Pacific 2. To do a general jobbing, commis- Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. ll', from us you save the enormous profits of the dealers -
I1 and avoid all chance of adulteration. You are
when holding public office. Private means something, and the Japs un- sion and consignment business; .. C-2S By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C. it from
3. To manufacture and handle sure of getting our whiskey just as comes
Jife agrwith him and his friends derstand it if no one else does. Thereis manufactured: goods, wares and merchandise t i i our distillery, without being tampered with in any
a warning in it, and it is not desirable of all kinds; NOTICEOf 1 r[ S way.
that is
will be clad to know enjoyIng ,
4. To buy, sell, handle and deal in i 'If will send
that this warning should be I r + : you prefer corn whiskey, we you
: a ni'>->t lucrative practice. machines and machinery of all kinds; Application for Letters Patent. 1 + 1 t fourfullquartsofourALLANSINCLAIR'SCORNll
Journal. sell and deal in buggies,
5. To buy
carriages, wagons, automobiles, and Notice is hereby given that four yd ja, WHISKEY for S2.80 express prepail.' Ym can't
Mr. .Inhn I). Robertson is having vehicles of every description; I weeks after the first publication of buy a better corn whiskey from anybody else at

the hou.f on his lot Just cast of the The San Mateo Item is sixteen 6. To buy sell and deal in harness I this notice, we, the undersigned will .l1 any price.
years old, and is growing ambitiousit all kinds of leather goods, and automobile apply to the governor of the state tlf i Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction or money
railway on Oklowaha avenue movedto supplies; Florida for letters patent, to issue under f refunded I goes with every shipment we make. You
a roar corner of the lot. It is one is now sixteen pages. A page for 7. To own. operate and maintain a the following proposed charter S +, run no risk: when you deal with us as the owners
of Ocala" old landmarks.. Mr. Robertson every year and they are right good garage for renting stiring and repairing EDWARD HOLDER, i{ of our company have resources of a million dollars
too. automobiles; S. A. P.\WLS.I and will do exactly as> we say.
has had a fine cement pavement pages 8. To buy sell, own control and I t lYlI7CREER01Sll h
down along three sides of improve real estate; G. C. CR01J.CLAREXCE. MAcONGAI'I ;. THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO..
put I Best Medicine in the World for Colic 9. To buy. sell and handle mules CAMP. 'ukan sT + : MACON, GA.
the lot and is i having it enclosed with and Diarrhoea"I and horses and live stock of every description JACK CAMP. ,_ s t Owners of Registered Distillery No. 29., Swift Creek Ca.

Ml iro-.i (.'n\ find Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- 10. To; buy, own. control and main- Copy of the Proposed Charter of the -

era and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the tain stock-yards and livery, sale and Ocala Athletic Association
---- --- --- best remedy in the world," says Mr. feed stables:
I I I c. L. Carter of SkiruPi, Ala.: "I am 11. To buy, own and control warehouses I We the undersigned, hereby asso- .". .k11r: '... 'mi3."Z'JIr.- :: ..1t .t3! '" .. .
...... .................... ,I subject to colic and diarrhoea. Last ware-rooms and other: buildings ciate ourselves together for the purpose I ,
of the
the ,
would' necessary purposes of becoming incorporated under
[I spring it seemed as though I businesses herein authorized: the laws of the state of Florida, applicable 'e THE :
i FISHML'S | i: die: and I think I would if I had not 12. To acquire and dispose of to corporations for profit. i :
taken Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera trademarks, copyrights and patents; ARTICLE I. .
i I and Diarrhoea Remedy. I haven't 13. To lend and borrow money to .i
[ MON DAYI been troubled with it since until this acquire proper securities and to execute
The name of this corporation shall
I had a very severe attack deliver securities Pccei
week, when and proper 10.
and) its
be Ocala Athletic Association, ;
and took half a bottle of the therefor: II !
SALE : twenty-five cent size Chamberlain'sColic 14. To acquire own, control and principal place of business shall be !
\ Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy dispose of all kinds of real and personal in Ocala, Marion ARTICLE county II., Florida. I,

and this morning I feel like a 15.property To do; any and all things necessary Business i STOREis
all druggists. : :
new man. For sale by and requisite for carrying on '
The general nature of the business:: |

5 eND lOc STORE x. the businesses ARTICLE herein authorized.III. to be transacted by this corporation !; now open with a complete line of
is: i
Louisville, Ky., wants the nest demo The amount Capital of the Stock capital stock of' 1. To own control and maintain''

ocratic convention held in that city. this corporation shall be fifty thousand an athletic field, and to conduct i iI '
Editor Watterson has been named as (. dollars ($:0,000) divided into 500'I thereon athletic games of all kinds; | Crockery Glassware
of 'shares of the par value of one hundred 2. To do any and all things necessary I
Ice Water chairman of the committee one dollars $100) each, all of which for the purpose of conducting I ,
hundred appointed for this object in said capital stock shall be payable in athletic games of every description; i

view. We hope Louisville will be successful. cash. ARTICLE IV. ARTICLE III. I i Hardware :

Term Capital Stock : Ligljt
4 Pitcher I The term for which this corporatior I The amount of the capital stock of I ,
hall exist is ninety-nine (99) y ?ars. this corporation shall be cne thousand -
I Long Live the KingIs ARTICLE V. dollars ($1000.00)), divided into I I

the popular: cry throughout European Officers 100 shares at the par value of ten dollar Tinware Erjamelware
countries, while America the The business of this cnrporatioi President 1 ($10.00) each all of which said ,. ,
of the present day is "Long live shall be conducte by a : capital stock shall be payable in cash. '
:: Trea5u<
1 Oc King's New Discovery, King of Vice President and : N'r'tarr- ARTICLE IV the Kitchen.
Dr. Remedies!" of rer. and by a Hoard of Directors consisting I : and Everything Pertaining to (
Throat and Lung of not less than three (3) no]r Term
which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine Truro, more than seven (1. to be elected a t The ternl for which this corporal *
BARGAIN Mass., says: "It never fails to give the annual meeting of stockholders ti I tion shall exist is ninety-nine (99) :
SPECIAL full line of
A immediate relief and to quickly cure be held on the second Tuesday in Jan,.. years. i \Ve also carry a
a cough or cold." Mrs. Mrs. Paine's uary of each year: and the followinj,!:> ARTICLE V. II J.i J.
the business
I opinion is shared by a majority of the named officers shall conduct until thos, Officers
4 I New of this corporation Men's Pants ShirtsWork
of this country.
inhabitants elected at the first annual meetini, The business of this corporation l ,
Discovery! cures weak lungs and sore shall be conducted by a President.
shall qualify:
M. FISHEL : II throats after all other remedies have President-Louis E. Un!!. Vice-President, Secretary and a Treasurer -
i i I failed, and for coughs and colds it's'the Vice President-\. T. Swartz. and a Board of Directors con Shirts Undershirts and !
Guaranteed by W. Duval.
: i proven remedy. Secretary-Treasurer sisting of not less than three nor
.&. Co.. druggists.MAGKOY. Board of Directors-Louis E. Lang than to be elected at the
.......................... I I Tydings I _\. T. Swartz.ARTICLE L. W. Duval.VI. more annual meeting seven of the stockholder? I Drawers.ater ,

. ,
-.- -- IndebtednessThe to be held on the fourth Tuesday in
I highest amount of indebtednessto : I March of each year; and the following '

I to \\ this corooration shall at any officers_ snail conduct. me bnstnes-; Full Line From
I & : tim- subject itself) is fifty thousandl I" of the corporation until those: elected ,, coolers t ) *

JficIVEl\ R lars! ($50,0 ARTICLE
FURWITURE DEALERS names and places' of residence' President Edward Holder.
,, .-f' the subscribers, together with the I I Vice-President S. A. Rawls. OUR STATIONERY
amount of capital stock subscribed for'" Secretary[ G. C. Crom.

vi- Ii i: i 1V: i: v r u Y Till :N v- is i TilE iE OF !1! by each i is: Treasurer, Calrence Carap. a ----- Lin> i- it-u C"ini, >U-tf I
'> SharesLouis
Name nc Board of Directors, Edward Holder.

House Furnishings 'I Parlor| SuitsRugs. !( \. T!:: Swanz.E. Lang., Oca Ocala.la. Florida Florida.6' . .:22i : Clarence Camp S..i. Rawls. l;. C. ,, "THE WHITE MOUNTAIN" AND "ARC T IC "

In Leather, Upholstered and Reef i T,. W. Duval. Ocala, Florida . Crom and Jack Caaip.ARTICLE. ; .;
and Mattings
Art Squares j VI. e
Bed Room Suits i Dining: Room SuitsIn :1 state Before of of Florida.C.umty me.Iarjn.I the .undersigned authority i I highest IndebtednessThe amount of indebtedness ''i !Ice Cream FreezersIX 4

of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak i personally came Louis E. Lang, A. to which this corporation shall!;
Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye T. Swartz and L. W. Duval. to me w",lkrown ::1
II I I at any time subject itself is one '
Maple, and Oak. China and Crocker yjVhsslon r t' ,.,1 the to foregoing be the individuals proposed charter who sign-of thousand dollars t$10OthWLARTICLE > I ALL TIlE >1ZES, FROM ONE TO EIGHT QUARTS I

Furniture Complete line-Dinner Sets and The Ocala Supply Company, who severally SubscribersThe VII. ;
acknowledged" ta me that they .
Odd Pieces said names and places of residenceof You will also find
the here
in all the different finishes !subscribed their names to a good assortment ofLadies' :
with the
< proposed charter for the uses and pur- the subscribers together '
nws therein set' forth and expressed. amount of capital stock subscribed : Muslin Underwear, Bed Spreads, Towels, i
I certify that I am a duly commissioned for by each is:
1 Public in and for the Residence Shares : Embroidery etc. j
Portiers Notary Name ,
All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, State of Florida. and that my commission Edward Holder, Ocala Florida. m
and Upholstering Goods :,' does not expire until the 10th day S. A. Rawls, Ocala. Florida..1" I I We want you to come and see us and be convinced I l!
v 1910.
of October, A. D.
Witness my hand and official seal Jack Camp that we can save you money. j;
Heaters Ranges Cook Stoves i this 9th day of July, A. D. 1907. Clarence Camp, Ocala Florida .1"I
G. C. Crom. Ocala Florida..11 : Our aim is to treat and
and unframnl. and Pic- : GEO. W. MARTIN you right we will always :
I-iiu "f l'"ot"| ,1;1 ft. IVturt's, State of Florida, ,
Full ; ar- M.mldin Full stock of |; NOTICE I County of Marion. make good anything that proves unsatis- :

Buggies Harness and Saddles 1 Before Edward me on Holder.this Clarence day personallycame Camp. i 3 factory. Try us once and we are assured of your'I'
Wagons r
Farm and Turpentine Notice is hereby given that the undersigned S. A. Rawls Jack Camp and G. C. future dealings. ,
t'rth-the Studebaker. of the board of Croat, all to me well known to bt -1. j
of the heft u son on chairman: :
AKHiMU': -aKl
: individuals who signed the for: ':
and Carriages.Building :
Hul'.t ilLjh lir. .ie Buggies will sell for
Arcanr} th. \,'rbest:: county commissioners proposed charter of the 0ealait- The 0 P. C. Store
sale at the west door .
cash at public ic Association who sec a: acknowledged _
in Ocala Florida, to me that they Ascribed :
.Brick, LimVmont, !Plaster of the court Louse I NEXT To I t o. K. GROCERY. :
Paints aid 12 o'clock, noon, their names to the qi iroposeU
1907, at
) August 5, .
Lath Shingles! .
Hair. charter for tie uses ; purposes
I I the iron fence around the court house L. .. ,,, J
forth an1.jressed. ... -
therein set '< """" .J..BIIidI. --N.. ...
"j Flint,,otc Roofing, Oils I square, and such chairs tables, iron My commission >' < .' not expire until _
M oterlO'hitt' Varnishes Etc. i safes, desks, cabinets and other the 10th day r. October, 1910. u
?.+ail, ?t- h' and official seal the
which the board finds properto Witness my : Ioan explosion in turret of the Some flowers bloom all night

'1 \V-.11 PaiMT) A'aln tine anti Magnite AVall Paints. I things sell. JNO. L. EDWARDS this 17th day c: .*uly.,W.A. MARTIIN.D. 190T.uEO. battleship Georgia off Boston, onagainst the dark. And there are 1

U.I,1 give us a trIal. wUVe will not be undersold and will please Chm. Board County Commissioners.JDlt7907wtf71207. Notary Pv.' ..... State of Florida. at Monday, eight men met death andtbose! whose beauty of character ap- :

; Large. 71707." thirteen werE injured. pears only amidst the shadows.
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.t Mr.Flagler Meeting Difficulties in Coctrcctio.i -.
t 1 i ; Work-A Matter of -.....
Ssrious Regret
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t A rp.cia'; : from Key West to the tlllr--
t Tampa Tri'-une says:
nsation: has been caused tiilty--
A great
s by the rewipt of a telegram today!

1 ant F. E'' Railway headquarters, A. BROWN & RROTU1Illi 1
e directing that, all work on the rail-
read exten ion between Key West: 1
h and the mainland be suspended :at sib --c

a OIK*.
K These disconcerting instructions
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l It came from Chief Engineer Meredit, @ : : CROGERSI I
't of the F. C. C. Railroad. Local offs

II daIs of the: railroad believe this asH : .......
toanding a(":':.Jn to be the outcome of - hi various restrictions to which Mi .-...
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U' Flagler has been subjected by the I .

government, and especially by the nan .. \-:

III 1'1 I only lion vy department.is be obtainable eonj'-ctured.,N'o and further the result informs can :-- :( :( WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR : #C ::34

ti* When the construction of this railroad -
ar extension was begun, Mr. Flag :
In ler planned to make Fleming hey; D -- .....

of ,. ment the terminus OVMI<
nay. Then Mr. Flagler tried to get I --
"IMl 1 the Key West army barracks reserm.I I 4 4 -.

tlon. which involved no end of red + CAR f "

tape, and resulted, nobody knows just 9

tJft aft MM bow.ler has And been so have up at against every been turn placed it. Mr.So in manyobstructions Flag-hisS I LOAD elllleSSee IllS 1 0 a oes !4 .",c1t

way that it is believed he has summarily .4 J 4J -..
t suspended l all work on the 4
f,+' railroad extension until matters are ... 4 ORDER QUICK. Ib Sacks. :
e 1 satisfactorily adjusted. While the Iso .......
"1 situation is serious in the extreme,involving 4. 4 --

!1 i West it I is the:generally entire believed future of and Key ardently ir-:= I 4 REYNOLD'S NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO in 5-lb Boxes. l-c-

hoped that any friction, wherever --

.1x1" It may exist, may soon be elim '-. i TOBACCO 12 Mb Boxes to Case 1
1 inated. and that the work may be resumed ROSE LEAF PLUG ,

rNt1 within a few days.eta 4 ......

wl New GERMAN STOCK FOOD Condition Powders &c 4 4
A discord i is only harmony mis i supply \
t understood. It is not always the silver

Iqq chord that is out of tune. The It J
f car may lose the power to catch the 4 .-.
sweetest strains. How true that is! H 4
1 HOBH.fl)
Ii 1 the life cf some struggling spirit 1 I
I a discordant note to you? Is the heart
of CHASE"c
f, all out of tune? It may be that you -
ear Is insen&ible to the sweetest
(,+1 note. Ifn' only knew that discord .......
misunderstood oh, if -
is harmony 99
ChiilrhHl we only knew that-we would be r- t -- 1
filled by music soft and low in the -. .. TEAS AND COFFErS --C

fiery hearts that now disturb us. 4. -
R -" .. -CC
+r It U said by the Madison Recorder ... ---
] F whose editor is secretary of the rail-
tt\* road commission; that "It is a viola r J Please the most exacting trade. Cr
1 lion of the !a\v for a railroad to col -
eb '' led freight charges on any part of : 1'C
the a shipment which does not arrive at -_--
/' tle tlnation. Both the agent and the 4
f flta company are liable to punishment r 2--- C)

e fur violation of this law." Well, we I _
I"(1HHI- paid one this week, and the commis .. 4
) Lion cau have our receipt if it desires -
dMt it. Lake City Index. 4t
to so about -
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tplq ... ,., .o -. -.c.' -'-' -
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life taken ---p- - -- -- -
the; Character is that phase of -
.vo I l on by reason of things we do r 4

lh.was t + every We are act good gets or color bad according from the as law our to r i These are in strong demand at season r "We are 4 4 ---C..

S"kt IH Is which the sum each of act things is related.we do. Character For that i carrying a large, fresh stock and can fill your orders 4 4. 3

lion reason one is not good from the sim 4
+*t nothing: bad. 4
*l 4 4 4. CC

:\f/W Some of us are pining for the classic ) ::- .4 .-CC,
shades of Old Kentucky. We Ion 4 4
$!. for that lam where the dark-eyed 1r ARMOUR'S 4. --ell
(* Southern girl flits like a fairy among -- 4t HAMS 4 4 --C
dill flowers\ fn'sbblown.'e are dreaming .r % CC
datuh the blue-
of the far-off hills and 4 4 -C2C
a tu+M grass meadows, where the corn is :
full of kernels and the colonels ares

TbtICh"A full of corn.Marchioness. 4 4 Select Canned Meals'C

L'.; Magdalen Castelain, a _.
Itr r beautiful member of the Italian nobility 4 4

N- w'rutto ni.r I I!'t,j with, was the found corpse Thursday of Signor in a Rossi coffm -, 4 4 4 We: can supply almost everything in the lines of goods 2-C 4

the dead banker at Florence. It is 4 4 -0
'nit. t supposed the marchioness visited the that are just now in demand for picnic parties and cold 4 4 .-C
I I II't \ cemetery to pray+ at the grave of her 4 --C

'. tA1I f dead sweetheart, Count Francbi, and 4 lunches. See that _
nil' .I', accidentally wandered into the Rossi -_ .+4 an assortment is on your next order if ,

V vault where she swooned, and fell --C..
hi I 4
Into the open coffin, and the lid was 4 4
I t 1'1A I'\' put on in the darkness by the attend 4 4
", 1" .j 4
.i. .. .! ants. 4 4 4 4
4 4 CC
': 411 lill The E.-tero Eagle, referring tot COW PEA S 4
1. a I. ,!. Mr. Claude "l.'Engle's announcementof t 4 --CC
the 4
It' of tht great conspiracy against him,'!i; 4 4 -
I Ii
4 C.C
i says that it is worded in type so big i iII 4 -
R I meslrl anti black that "he who runs may t tI 4 All kinds ; for summer 4 4
of 4 .
planting 4
ih I Ii
I ; read, and that the article promises to 4 -
i be so hot that "he who reads may I 4 4

l' 1 run!" But they didn't. The "confjlrators" -. -- :44.4........................ .......O+.ee11...Iee 14ee +...oe+e.. 4 -
+e10 .
11 1 4
It are laughing: in their zeoo/9 61x11. ...+.....t) i41t111v11 ..4444444L G47
tlcoves over the hole Editor L'Engle C.r
tile sir -
I bat put himself and the governor In.l i ii .
t. .
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The Very Worst Yet

:i lid Speaking of Julia Ward Howe, the I ---6dJ
( Brooklyn Eagle asserts that President -
t r EFRcv-/r --
Roosevelt is: now "The Battle -
1 I Him of the Republic." But for the m
matter of sex, Mrs. Carrie Nation
tl 1 doubtless feels that it might have Ben a ,

\ ham, lInr.I .
< +-

t cewe, vZJ1 Three FoOlish Laughs CC
I that k ceaI Burne-Jones, in one of his letters. OCALA FLORIDAJ CC
at Tyt explains: : what ho calls "three laugh -
tens of tho fool. He laughs at whatIs _
good, ho laughs at what is baa .. .-....

;i' and understand.he laughs" at what he does not :f6.666.,1..6'6666,66"66,6.6..," .', .. '.,' --
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