The Ocala banner
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00439
 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 26, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00439
 Related Items
Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

Full Text
.,. '"",, ""!" ;,'-y-- ... -. .' .... .1 .;
1f"r _


h :I ---------- -_

-- -
----- -- -
: 'Or... 12, :NO. 1. OCALA, FLORIDA, PUIDAY, JULY "..0, 11)07.) ONE DOLLA1I YEAK

rr .
--- -- ----- --- ---- -- .
-- -- -- -- -- -- -
p << w-r,eeeo.44444;ee4e44o4.44444oN44o444N ce444ce4 Thf DU.ry Savings Bank in NowYoiK .I Very Nearly a Serious Accident.i ;

4......4444444..44.44.444444N44......e444.NN : has a ]hundred millions on de-
4 4 f A tree has been across the Ktndrick -
, 4 4 po it. I : WE ARE ALWAYS READYTO
. 4 4 e hard road for a month or more.

t' 4 4. ISTYAL'SII I :1 Mr. E. P. Rentz is back again from Why it has not been removed is un- i
abn-rze, where he has been over to known. Monday night Mr. G. II. Mc-
spend a day with the Ocala colony.Mr. Kean was taking a moonlight auto !
r I drive, and besides others, his sister-I j
mmi s' LOTIN ; A. J. Pooser, trainmaster of in-law, Mrs. C. V. Miller, was in the !; ,,
a the Atlantic Coast Line Railway was carriage with him. Mr.. McKean saw : i

1 ;. .1 counted among the visitors to Ocala the log across the road but thought it I I

t i. ... ..1!, Tuesday.Mr. was a shadow and he was going with I MUNROE & CHAMBLISS, i

: i 50 Cents a Bottle 1 *i *i such speed that his auto was driven'i BAXKERS

I i 4 : i Albert Anson Graham, who has entirely over it. Mrs. Miller was I

" 4 2 been visiting Tybee and other points thrown several feet in the air and I i OCALFLORIDAMrs.
returned yesterday lie had a good suffered a severe bruise on the back I i
: 4 : time. of her head. The other occupantsescaped ,
4 i .
n unhurt The car was not j ----- ----

:; : j P 08to ffl Ice Drug i Store 4 i!! Mr. George McGahagin has purchas- injured by its severe strain and Mrs. j Topperwein, the Famous ShotIt J. P, Nix Failed to: Procure BondJ.

t-d a half interest in the Ocala Bottling Miller was hastily! picked up, brought I; will be remembered that )lrs. P. Nix, the clerk-tax collocior

1r a .. *; f 1': Works, and will make Ocala his to her home and a physician was sum- Adolph Topperwein of San Antonio, of Dania, who was arrested a few
moned. Fortunately her wounds Tex., visited Ocala last summer and days ago on charges of embezzlingfunds
i 1 Prescriptions Prepared Properly i
: were not serious.At of the town
and with cashingfalse
:Mrs Pope, the matron of the hos- gave a wonderful exhibition of her ;
p :1 tai|1 iI l pital. is off on a vacation. She will shooting. This paper then pronounce checks, waived examination today -
4........................."."..."....."..... I visit New York and will be gone a the Variety Store YesterdayThe her the finest female shot in the before Judge A. E. Heyser and

r 1 .44.4444.4 ..4.4.4+..444r 4444.444444.44..44.44. month. scene at the Variety Store Mon- world, and it seems that she has was held in bond in tne sum of $-."'.1)

, day told the story of what can be lived up to this prophecy and now is for his appearance for trial in the
The thermometer for several days accomplished by the liberal and judicious everywhere so regarded.She criminal court.
: .......................... Comrade C. C. Priest and family past has been beating all records, and use of "printer's ink," even recently participated at the Up to the present time Nix has

rr rr of\1 uw Anthonwere lay. shopping in Ocala has been hugging the 100 mark in the "good old summer time." eastern handicap at the Wellingtontraps been unable to make the bond. The

: BIGGEST LINE very closely. At an early hour the store was lit- at Boston, Mass., and a cor- prosecution on behalf of the town of

erally jammed and for saverel hours respondent, writing to the New York Dania was conducted by AttorneyJohn
>1 Mr. Royal Cole is back from Pablo, Messrs. C. L. Sistrunk and Joseph I! the crowd was packed several deepon World, says: C. Gramling. It is said that in

1I 1. OFt and where he. spent Sunday with his wife Bell are back from the White Springs the sidewalks waiting an opportunity Shooting under a high sky, with the event of Nix being released here
, where they have been enjoying the for an entrance.We the sun at an angle that bewilderedthe that he will be arrested upon war-

I George and Henry Wilson efficacy of the waters. spoke to several customers and oldest veteran, the clever little. rants from other places charging him
they all said that they had been pat- with passing worthless cht'cks.li.
ut Jacksonville are visiting their woman missed two in ner first roundof
IWATCHESJ 1, ;':1.ulllmother at Oak Lawn. Mr. Claude Nelson is spending his rons of the store since it was opened 15, three in the second, and then ami Metropolis.To .

1 t i vacation with relatives in Charlestonand and the goods purchased had invariably getting her bearings in the third went

\1 other places in South Carolina, given satisfaction.The Spray With TurpentineA
I r. Hugh Nichols, of Wildwood, a through the remaining rounds with
!I lIal'lll''r of Mr. Tompkins in the sale and is having a delightful visit. goods advertise themselves. only a single miss. special from Atianta written date
FOR of July 22, that
: 'II horses and mules, was a visitor yes From that point on sho picked off says President Har-
1tt t,'relay. Paul Weathers returned home Monday Picnic and Barbecue at Pine Aug. 2 the fast flying missiles with such ease vie Jordan, of the Southern Cotton

tttl LADIES[ AND D GENTLEMAN[ afternoon from Seabreeze, where To all those who have attended that a crowd looked on in wonder. It Association, will probably investigatethe

Mrs. P. R. Lester is at MontEagle, |he has been the guest of LaGrange former occasions of this kind at Pine was a magnificent exhibition, nerve new spray of turpentine which is
Sistrunk and William Anderson for the above headline is sufficient an- said to be an effective preventive of
1'J T. nn., and Mr. Lester, who accompanied andskill, and won a hearty round of
tii boll weevil and if he finds that
two weeks. nouncement and invitation. ; it
. her there, has returned.Mr. applause when the final score was an-
Adjoining communities will assist i nounced.. does, the work he will probably recommend -

9 and Mrs. Mclver and infant Governor and Mrs. N. B. Broward in basket nicnacs and we will do alll Mrs. Topperwein killed 93 out ofj 1 I it to farmers as a means of gelling -

, daughter went down to Lake Weir and their eight daughters of Tallahassee the rest. Bring along a bottle of lot), shooting from the 17-yard mark. '! rid of the pest.

a. yesterday to enjoy the pleasures of have gone to Washington, New sweet pickles to go with the barbe- In the ninety-target affair Mrs. Park The spray was originated by a Lou

. that superb resort for a few days. York and the Jamestown Expositionfor cued meat. PETER STANLEY.P. scored 69 while Mrs. Topperweinmade isiana farmer, who is said to have got
f a several weeks' visit. S.-There will be plenty of fun; SI hits. good results with it. The spray con-

0 THE JEWELER Miss Lorena Mixson, stenographerfor speaking by "the speakers;" pepper- "I could not endure the thought ofI I sists of one part turpentine to ten

i the Ocala Iron Works, has returned Mr. Louis W. Duval is back from a mint stick candy and red lemonade; killing wild game," she says. "I ell-I harts of water, and the plant is sprayed -

: .,..........4.4.444444.444It to her home in Gainesville, and la- few days' visit at White Springs. lIe dog fighting for the sports. joy shooting at clay targets, but I with it every ten days. Sprays

ter on will visit the mountains of says the springs are crowded and he I never attend a tournament without have been used effectively on fruit

. North Carolina. She may return to was very much pleased with the wa Committed Suicide The trees and plants, and farmers are
-- --- ---t my; husband accompanying me.
. Ocala in the fall. ters. Mr. J. P. Bennett of Starke, sheriffof only objection I have to going away watching with great interest further

S} Local and Personal Bradford county, committed suicide from home to shoot is that I .ave to experiments that may be made witha
: Mrs. Laura Raysor Hansel, who accompanied Hugh McIntosh ,who went to Sunday morning by shooting himselfin leave my little 3-year-old boy for an spray of turpentine on cotton.

a the remains of her sister, Montclair, N. Y.. to see a sick brother the right temple. Death was in entire week at times." President Jordan will tour Louisiana i.

: Sf ENiiteU) Harris, Local Editor. Mrs. DeRuiz, to Ocala, for burial will was himself taken sick. A letter stantaneous. Letters that he left :Mrs. Topperwein is the only woman making speeches in the interestof

a return to her Boston home today. It from the attending physician says clearly prove that the act was delib-I who ever participated in a national the association and while there he

has been twenty-one years since Mrs. his case is not at all serious. He has erate. He is said to have been a victim rifle meet, and qualified at 2t'tl< 3uO will see what results have followedthe
aa Mm i \ Roberts is visiting her Hansel was in Ocala before. typhoid fever. to drink. and 500 yards. A short time ago she use of the spray. Should itprove
nioihi .1',' Live Oak. effective, it will prove the most
broke 4S5; clay birds out of a possible -
a -- Another little daughter* has been Mr. I. W. Boring of Pine was a visitor The :Miami Record, one of the conservative 500 at a trap shoot. Her highest remarkable discovery of recent years,
a MiM lulu Liddoo is up from Wau- added the home of Mr. and Mrs. other
to to the county site Tuesday andreenlisted heads as no method has yet been
a papers of the state, a score is 123: straight with a shotgun.
I made her arrival last week, and she President Jordan spoke Friday
a Banner readers. Besides tossing sev- 96-point type as follows: "Boom different occasions. at
a Mr .\. W Tongue of Ok law aha, a is being fondly welcomed by her pa- eral verbal bouquets in its directionhe erang. Claude L'Engle's Awful Con- j ___ _____ _____ __ Garner, N. C., and Saturday at Ral-

: 4 iftaunr subscriber, was visiting rents, her little brothers and sister, did better, he left two bright silver spiracy Tale Recoils and Hits the Another Old Banner eigh. After he has spoken at Union,

a _: 116 Monday.a and is another little sunbeam in this dollars for its continuance which Egotist Just South of Where Ills Hair Some friend has sent us a part of S. C., on July 29th. at Spartanburg on

attractive household. were most pleasing Grows"-Tampa Tribune I an old Ocala Banner, very much rat July 30th and at Gaffney on July :31st,
II M>.'n. Thomas Davis and A. D. 'I and moth eaten, mutilated and torn, he will go into Texas.
-- --- -
a Mitchell of Summerfleld were visit- Messrs. Funk and Waknalls, pub- I ol' date October Sth, 1STO. Mr. W. J.
444+4444444444.444444++444-44444444444 4444444.44 4404* |
a'' { >,1't 10 Ocala Monday. users of the Circle, are offering big 1 I McCrath's(; name apP ars as owner of No Baseball Today

for original stories, and : editor and Postmaster Crom received a wire
premiums 4he<] paper The present
0 : The tn.iex would "rise to remark"thai one from Ocala has been forwarded.. I lew Accounts :' u\\ner of the paper was then a resident from the manager of the Pep a-Cola

S It i.xtkfl as if the governor and and if it does not secure the first prize Adding 1! ] of New York City. baseball team at Jacksonville saying

: he Bun had bought' that detective'sKuld it will be because the Circle will havea i I The town officers were : that team could not play here this
I Iii k.. -Lake City Index. t taor'I' week. He then tried to
" u I' most brilliant corps of contribu- I I Samuel Oliver Howse; get up a game

9di 'i\ of tors. 0 t We are constantly I adding new accounts 4 (I AdolphVohl, Isaac Black, J. A. Gib'l with the Starke team but failed.
MrMHIUK. < inord[ Ayer and a party Thos P. Gary
I I I Richard -- J
. 'Mi nits\ from Mcintosh went Such men as Dr. J. C. Boozer of : and our business is increasing at 4 i i! E. J. Harris, Ze. Butt Thos. A. Steel. .I
0 and UclVKK and XACKA.1
lii"n f l.uk. Weir yesterday Ocala are worth a great deal to a 4 '! Joel T. McNeill. Daniel A. Miller I
a will si" nil'l M'\ rat days. country, as the Banner says he is distributing -. : a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also was clerk and treasurer, and BlITft'lI' 'Y .:. ..-.4"---..: __;;.- =
, a seed of a very superior} 'I 4r Dawkins, marshal. ;;

:: Mr. \\'. \\' riyatt Mrs.writes Clyatt from are\Vy-en- quality of long staple cotton and corn : might be glad to join us. <# *$ i |1, Josiah T. Walls was a Candida, for <. ;iF' ;,,:;,;,:".;. '.:

9.'IIIUK i that he and farmers to demonstrate the 4 i ; S. T. for lieutenant \ .k1t.t'\/'i l.rl. 't' 1' : .

S jiving t tS themselves fertility of soil and the profit it will Q :ro\ernor and William H. Dani'jl and
la-binned fires. It hardly seems pos- A few I II III FUNERALDHIECTOP.S.
t be to cultivate such crops. Scipio T. Jasper were candidates for

II ":J' tr.it such men in each county in this state i COMMERCIAL BANK 0 I the legislature.

. r t Carlton and Son have sold would be an inestimable blessing.- 0OC1 I Isaac Black and Richard Dinkins .
.I 11 c ssrse. Metropolis. 4 J. T. Walls,
) stand to Mr. C. Jacksonville on the board of aldermen -I-II f
.J._ : h,':r fruit and news
_ Carlton, Jr., will return : .LR, FLfl. can,1idatefOI' cln grpScipio:; T. Uavea full arch of ('oll n'i: CI1"ket8!
iU 1Shaw\ Mr. the St. Colonel J. M. Barco has just returned 0. 0I i candidate for the legislature and I I. and uml Outfit l'illr/ial given to
0 M amboating on from a trip to his plantatilon I 44 +4'c4+ .4.$4....+.4..44 4 .4.o444444..44 44 4:4 1 irrdl: Dawkins; marshal, were all Curial .erviees.

J1. I I..hll- t\'r: in Marion county. Notwithstandingthe I II I I __ --- n_------- -- ----- --- -- --- -. ---- n____ n.'=roes. I Embalming: to Order

- of Gaines- prolonged dry spell, he reports -=="."... :IW.-mi! ;Jitill"2\J ii'V V The paper gives an account of a
Mi.J.. >l. I --
Mr .l: 1 fine i
S exceedingly con- ( and that
birth of a the crops in an publican luffing, says I
51 uiif !t" ;iijoioms in the extend conS dition, and says that the truckers: t'i.1. S M. O Gary who had been spe- Ii i TO THE CITIZENS OF MARION
S -'Il T 1 ;:. II': ocala fll.'n.l i ls handsome profits on tbe meeting, I
have realized {'uu!:: invited to
u LIIU i 1'i !.- ami bet phyidan.wishes for the sales. Col. Barco is one of the it i ) SHOES ':h:i'i'i ,>o in his i usual forcible style and j COUNTY :
0 ui'fa-'! "f jill'> most genial and affable gentlemen: in I trade some :good and telling hits.

0 Dr. W. H.I'uwei the state and his many Tampa friends Thv republicans then were in control You'reare welcome at our
I ,A'I
--l, IIr.l I'! T SchreUu-r will be glad to know that heis making -! e ic't \p/1 d9 / and ;greatly::; in the ascendancy, store. In fact, we are
#)I" ainl Master Paul Weathers outings a record as a tiller of the sol! :> \ \. J: ",, /,,- 4'>"t"V ';@..; o, ( but it will be seen that such good anxious to have you come very in
short -
:a -.
III 1.,\t I i.i'IJ nit a from good re- in :Marion county, although a resident -. ya \ :", r.h-n and good democrats as Colonel and inspect the finest drugstore
. .tt Set: ''!', Zoo. ecolouy and a most admirable one at 1 I Dr. Gary. Mr. :Miller and others
Gary. in
the South.
0. 44 :I-.,t it (,!i (is! "Ocala that, of Tampa.-Tampa Tribune. I I ,: t4'" sc\.\ l?i.\\ did what they could to lessen the I .

the \j i ('\'i15 that afflicted them. The tension
is trying .
t Dr.MI !: V Atkinson at Sea- Ocala will have the greatest event ,: \ u had not grown so strong between the lOUR PARCEL BUREAU
'II 1 rt'uei <>f the salt fortS of the year, as far as Florida is concerned : I' Comfort "\\. races' then as it has since. I

= i ruLetie will be gone for a in September. It is to be a Durability ; Jesse H. Goss was judge of the circuit .II I We will be glad to take care

night coming-out convention for all the J. O. Mathews, sheriff, JamesA. I of yoar parcels while you are

. Sexton, who is just in candidates with a big free barbecueas : I PRICES THAT PLEASE I Harris, clerk. Harry Russell was .i in town. Bring them in andweill

9 4 Mr Thomas Bird section, says the a side attraction. Preparationswill ': a great factor in politics, and S. andS. take care of them, and
16 f>m the Early be made to entertain 10,000 peo- Benjamin were the principal mer- won't lose them.
felled a great yon
= h. ,rfic: storm of Sunday ple-and that many are quite sure to > C hants. "S. and S." stood for Sol and

III ,'!.>:\I! of timbe'r.hardest be lIe had says ever the seen.storm bo there, as Ocala is centrally located .: The Marion ShoeJ. Goo Simon. OUR DRUGS ARE ALL FRESH AND PURE

III W.IH the easy of access from all points of 1 Those were great days.

41 of Martel was the state las onple hotel acconini- ::1 ( M. Meflert D. B. Mayo) 1- and you make no mistake
41 Mrs.I Henry W. Lon; dations and a large number of plucky Miss Ella Camp and Miss Willie when you bay your drags of
= :,11 Ocala citizens who ar > Camp of Franklin Va., two most us.
and progressive:: .
9 ,, t? visit her old home in Gadsden for two equal to any task they undertake.-1 I: :> OCALA, FLORIDA <: charming young ladies, are visiting

tJI.) 41 ountjr and will be gone Punta Gorda Herald. !I I ""r '[ wa ,'...r''I''! lm ...W Mrs. Clarence Camp for a few days. Hunter Drug Company'I
.., months.


...w ,. -...... .i. .,j",'''.. .

', ,. Y >- ....,>.- ,,,, .... ,
'rI""u"'iF :
_. ': "" / ; r "",v. < '- ", "- _, ,.. x i'it1jPt7I _.c --<' ,
< ; ":" ? sagent : :: .4&
rj -
; ,; & 1g:: : "t-v-f.f** ? : <. : ......
== : :.J
.. .. _"r"_..."...., ..
_--_ r "' ''!''''- -'-' '- -- -"---- .....:' '';:' :. : '0
i::; :
..___ _.:.:.. ....:
'ice'aYka -

says he doesn't like to be left a widower
Stagwta Shp
1 in
f at Lowell this week, Mr. Livingston ers than anyone else has so soon after being married.

n ': ': ': 't't't* ': '1 't't't tc' 't* j. the agent at that place, be has a pink bridal and rosebush blossoms which, and a Mrs. A. G. Whitney and Master

1 Hester is a : over 200 buds I Robert who have been visiting Mr-
Iws1StYY r +.*........................ ............................................ .1t I 1, ing sick young and off man duty., with fine moral'plendtd ': night blooming sereus that has has had forty and Mrs., J. B. Burry for the par ;

i ir
T J: c : and mental qualities and will yet several 1 blossoms an double bybiscus month, returned to their home .in 4 t
has a
.I also
IbeWlii 1 1 make a place for himself in the busy j! buds. lilies and Jacksonville Wednesday, and Miss !
i besides
world and he will not be long aboutit in bloom, 11 Beulah Whitney went to St Peters ,-

Iltltle+ o- unless some unforeseen misfortune other flowers. glad to state, is I burg Thursday to visit relatives and

tl DON'T FAIL I overtakes him. He has made a host Mrs. Pelot, we are : enjoy the delightful bathing

of friends since he has been in Red- |i greatly improved. ._._--- Miss Ruth Robins of Micanopj' is

A dick. I ITEMS me guest of Mr. and Mrs. David Cam

A' LI )lr. E. D. Rou' and family are inj I I ORANGE LAKE eron for a few weeks

-c. i Columbia S. C., visiting Mrs. Rou's .i Miss Maude Tennet of Gainesville #

L attend the i parents. I Special Cor. Ocala Banner conversation: .I is the guest of Miss Ethel Scott.
to topic
/ r .t i We hear that Master Robert Boyd, The general The thermometer Miss Janie Scott is enjoying a visit
I weather.
111 f.t tti .!.2..1 i who is visiting at Columbia, S. C., has '' now is the warm 94.j to her sister, AI rs. Tompkins, in 1

hl1hQ'lIr : : 1t been very sick, but is much betternow. today registered Ocala.
t .!.2.. I j Mr. Scott McCarter of South Carolina -
] place, and Miss[ May King of Georgia is spend-

al I\ I'I. i We saw a poor old negro woman in I j has bought the Walker it their ing the summer with her sister, Mrs. !
: will make
I. ',t i I town the other day consulting her he and his mother Dan Burry. '

ill''", : I white friends trying to find some way home. of Lakeland re- )Irs. J. S. Whitney left last Saturday

it:rn r- fi Ell' ?J I to save her boy from the gallows. He I )lr. B. R. Chambers leaving Mrs.i after a very pleasant visit to Mrs.C. .

I..M : is sentenced to be hanged soon in i iHerrando !i turned home today time with :. C. Waite for Ocala to be the guest

h.ruao. :* I county. What a terrible experience i i Chambers to spend some but he of Mr. and Mrs. McCl> monds. ..
I David Burry
mother. her sister :Mrs \
: 1 iL' that must be for a

: 1 1 drunk and committed ---
tq But the boy was -- -- ----- .

CII'd.tI c.. oi :'I murder. He probably cannot remember -- r "l- .

t. committing the deed. I r:
I ever

n I : '/ .: always looked hard to me. if not 1111 DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERYYHISKEY

nun just to hang a man for a dee l he had!
all.1 1 1Wrr I 1 i committed when he was crazy from

aof : : : drinking and did not know what h>'
? .
I ,hFiv, LI Jt was doing, especially after the tat

rf t M... puts the intoxicants in his way and
t : ?J
1 : : contracts, we may say, with men iu<
3 ?J *4 ?J sell it to him. But I am not writinga

temperance essay though out cannot -
c. M... :cw
T h/ ; help thinking on these thin>. ';h1 r

f ul I, ti Gc 1! L. S. Light says the most -uiarka, '1+1 nEti,

Mnftyhrt ble thing to him in his reout usitto .,' 4Ri

Only 1 Seven Days i Lebanon, Ohio, was the dt[+".'iue 1 {'

t of children. He says he wam a R

Sunday school where :?!art pUl'ib.1'.- EXPRESSpWTCREEKOlSTii

11_ G : present and only twent> -six: W.THchildren. A FiJU i985

f dlrir ti More i it families.have He any says children that onla and thug fp\\ I '1T5. t P [P

only one or two. This applies to int- jt

natives, and not to familuot ror Send us ?R5 and we will] ship you in a plaincise )
.t; : : with no marks to show content-, four.full*
eigners.It of WILLOW DALE RYE express: prepaid.
) till .its
is said that Mr. J. W. \\iNon!! :w, .",:o, Tr\ it and if jon don't find it all right and the
ff : jC X' _i.. \hot ever tasted: send it back to us at our ex-
will put in a stock of good as oon ; you
Mt : c\ ?.S" will be refunded.
li : j.: :V. .rtnse and jour ; piomptly
his house is finished. John i ha ?
M '" Isii t that offer?
f popular young man and will do a !=:<>oil! t Remember we are distillers, so when con buy .
11taAld .
it : ?Jt business if he engages in nioruian- i I ;'A /; from us you save '"-enormous profits of the dealers -
l/IE '. 'I ,: and avoid all chance adulteration: You are
.t; S I dising here. I. ilK' 10'' };.,;i sure of pelting our -hi'kejust as it comes from

: i 'AIIIErr ;11JlIE I Reddick When a we new hear store someone i; opened bathat m I i "") ...., I"1I'I'j I! 'III our WP\'.distillery, without: being.tampered' with in any

LI ''i' j'1'\ 1\\ -
is overdone and ;'' If prefer corn whiskev, we will send you
.. business already pre I ? *'I' 1; you
.' <. -) ,ji I.I.I four fullgtartsofourAL.AM51NCLtiiRSCOItN
.+x11 : uict that somebody is going >o so "- .1) '
.q V HISKtYtorS2,8oespressprepari. Yaican'tI :
0 broke but so far they are all dome I, -' 1... .,tIP..
', .buy a 1 Fetter corn whiskey from anbody, else at
: ? ,' ,
J herr is 11 :r\ f '
well and making montj. 1 es: 'SGqf; aii\ price. --
t'r -
: whutgoods :!i'r Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction or
not a point in Marion county r money
reabonaltl.' } :i refunded poes with e\'ery shipmentRemake. You
are sold at more :: I
r 0cala Florida 1 h / fISi run no risk when von deal with us as the ownefB
.-+ % prices than at Reddick. If our titer- .
I .
,! ..- b I of our company have resources of a million dollars
Clot chants advertised their business a-: ill M and do
0 1111',, will exactly: as we sav..
,I ,
." : J some do at other towns and get the .I itil 1 MaCON.GA ""i rJx!: THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO.,

t .1 people once acquainted with tinm- fit !)I1STI1. MACON, GA.

,f ...........................N0i01.N......................... H.Ii0111i t ducenients they offer their iiad" -51i I1'I"'t31j" Owner of Registered Distillery No. 29., S*:It Creek, Ga. .

.b ./. wRw wf. wb'" w/w wiw w/w wiw ./w Iwr Iw w,) 1 wiw w/w w/w wIw Iw Iw w wiw } } i I'ought to increase 100 per cent. in s:\ -. 4,. ,,- ri __ 1! m
I mouths. Some of our people, who in __

1 !I response to flaring advertisement. ,'------ w..o..a.... ,..-- ....-' s.+...+....... .i
FLEMINGTON ANTHONY cide issues of vital importance- the have gone to other towns to do thf-r: i" -- -- s

white tax payers and property own- buying have come back to buy their

li11 Ml..ehal 4 'or OcaU Manner Special Cor. Ocala Banner: ers? goods at Reddick. \ s'

1 Hut w-utbt-r '- the order of the4ay Dr. D. A. Smith has sold his build- CANDLER I and If you see for don't yourself.believe the above come : C LOT H I B G I .'

1JIr. ing, used as a drug store, to Mr. T. A.
Mr. R. N. Johnson, we hear hat pur
Mot of farmery who
our are through Lamb contemplates enlargingand
Special Cor. Ocala Banner: chased the Light residence in Red-
III fudiler.Mr improving the same, to be usedas i i
The orange trees are making a dick and will move here from his CLOTHINa
.. M' D. Pant ill Duty putting up his merchandise store. ,
a general
fine growth just now. It is very en farm shortly.Do t
.. ''RN rlttattlre ...*. H- wrpecte to fence ti tI i
AIr.lCilliam Webb is covering his couraging after so much dry weatherto I __
know of that
a1u Merl an of what itt mown as the you anyone wants I
store; also selling out, with a view of see them crowned with, fresh, green some goats? There are three) in our :
p 1 IJ II oU .....
Maw tit changing his business.Dr. foliage. Peach trees have made a burg belonging to some of our coun- i I Wake Up it
Sir M. L. Pays of Fairfield was a finer growth than usual this summer.
1b.. dN try people that are not just common 1
built and attractive J
Smith has a neat
ItrMteM caller !ia our burg last Tues-
The dry weather did effect them
.......... not goats. They don't eat tin cans, plow I You have been
..,. office on his lot west of the much and now since the rains they sleeping long 1 enough It's very
JIw IIrRwrf points or anything of that kind. They i
3HM JOBM of Wllliiton was the one sold, where he will be ready to are looking fine indeed. true there are lots of people who
are esthetic goats. They eat garden prefer going to a f
'lMtlt of MlM MiMon last Tuesday receive patients and administer to Candler is very quiet Many of our
.... truck and flowers and regular
.. l shrubbery; are clothing store to buy their but thesuit
1IIIIitt. their physical ailments. people are away for business or clothing i ,
Hut. tfalrh high jumpers, very tame and not
ISt. Mf+t. JMM+* McGeo Robinson of Mr. George Brown has added some pleasure. afraid of anybody. Also they are you buy will not look, fit or wear any better

Jatkaaavtllg, .U the guest of her aunt rooms and another porch to his res very sociable goats. They don't slight I I than one you could buy from us for at least one- \ a f

rr.Nr Bn M. J. ('hitt,. for a few days. idence. REDDICK RUMBLINGS anybody, but give all a call whether i s third less money. f

rn ht Mr B P. Hottchilkm of Jacksonville Anthony is adly in need of a new invited or not. While we appreciate
Special Cor. Ocala Banner: I I ;
? ..f. rEtt l1HitN relative here last week.< depot, and considering the importanceof them at their true value, we might ( We have a big line of

I .... .... Ruth Daatster is the guest of the place as a shipping point our At some time almost every summerwe be induced to part with them We i cannot be Clothing and the quality j 1
tI.lh.1 I Ia .... M J. natty thin week. people have a right to demand the have in Florida a few exceedinglyhot really wouldn't care very much if I no matter what you pay.

It ...t. T1e Auaday school was reorganiiHl same. days, on which it is hard for one somebody killed them if the owners I We have

hw last Reek with Mr F. E. Fodder pulling among our farmers to be comfortable even in the shade, did not lay it on us. BARKIS. i i a lot of teautiful light and dark gray

HHMNk M rapertateBdent. Quite a seems to be a lost art, as very littleis i worsted and plaid suits which I
I. and we are having such a time now. we are selling for
tant+ en v4 were present. The writr ever pulled. BELLEVIEW HAPPENINGS : $10.50 these .
While we think this weather oppressive suits sell everywhere for and
cordially I i lavite everybody to at- Mrs. Lafferty of Dunnellon is spending i $15.00 J
., I "f here, parties from the states $18.00.' We also have
rnd. some time with her brother and blue
Special Cr. Ocala Banner: serge suits at $10.50( ,
.. f_ family, )lr. and Mrs. B. F. Mimms.Mr. north of us declare it is much more I worth $15.00.V) -
',' Rev. Sirdefield filled the pulpit both : oolen crash suits from .
M FAIRFIELD Goodwin Graham, who has been pleasant here than there. What a i $8.50. $3.50 to i
morning and evening at the Methodist Good values.

assisting Mr. Hutto in the depot here, iI
blessing the breezes from the Gulf
v-, NtN' tl Cor. Ocala Banner: leaves to accept a similar position in church He will preach at Can-i I' I
and the Atlantic are to the people of We are '
t JtulgitL from all appearances "the the depot at Brooksville. I dler next Sunday morning and at closing out all our summer dress goods ;

.1 rc+Md oU muiaer time" is now ia full At a recent business meeting of Florida. We doubt if there is a more at cost. Special 1
1 Weir Park in
the afternoon.
I I His sermon price i in line.
[MartMM. the Epworth League the following of- pleasant place in the United States t1 1
Sunday was greatly enjoyed anda
n. Gat reU and Smoak are ficers were elected to serve for the to spend a summer. The hot spells Th

maktr targe preparations to start ensuing year: President, Mr. F. W.i:i last only for a few days and it is large congregation greeted bun in Boston

."," th.*ir 'twcrete buiidioK. We will Bishop; 1st vice president, Miss Pearl j claimed that a sunstroke has never spite of the hot weather.

'bP hair i little tomn i if nothing happens Forbes; 2nd vice president Miss Bes-i I occurred in this state. Hot as it is The Hilton Lumber Company's mill ,_--,.. Store.o'1

'11 UI .. sie Graham; 3rd vice president, Mrs.J. ._
some people are plowing, laying by is now in running order and has been .
r. t. (i. Randall went to Reddick | G. Graham; 4th t ice president, Mr.DeWitt their pindars. : :-A -NGH-------; -
,: usy sawing some bills of lumber for;
Tutwhere he will be engaged Griffin; secretary, Mrs. R. While S. C.
.. A.I Mayo's teams were its own use. It is hoped that theywill : .:. E. LANG
us tin dentistry line for a few days. Swain; treasurer, :Mr. R.:1. ; plowing in a field last week near a
be kept busy !
tux I now. Judge Iiop- J
asp t Mr Harris of Reddick was a visitor organist, Miss Bessie Graham. I I small sink hole the ground
gave way kins was the first to get a bill sawed ANNOUNCEMENT.
1110':1.' saloon I
tit our little town TuesdayVirnr The fight against opening a under a mule and the animal fell in The Belleview Workers held a''I

vt 4 *. B. M. Scruggs and T. II. here is still on and will be waged to I the hole made by the cave, and died meeting Thursday afternoon. : ,
Considerable We
-: have
rtrr Walt of Flemington were visitors to the bitter end. A petition to the before he could be rescued. just purchased the
As I town last s. work was accomplished. It S. A. standley & Company crlnf 1 and Harness business of l\Iessrs.
our Tuesday evening. board of county commissioners One and! :
of our colored citizens went to
I was voted to meet thing that is :> add to
blab every Thursday needful ? ? the stock of ccds
)lr. B. 8. Dodd has to make g e\'ery.
purchased captain against granting a license fora sa- Ocala last and t i .
week got drunk and the
from now Let all i word. We IPLETE j !
on U
come and are f \E in .
assist of
If KI agents for ery sense
Carter'* place and expects 10 loon here has been signed by seven- drove his horse to death before he ; several of the best t '
,!,. ri!" ogre there shortly. in the good work. An ice cream i k.et alf several makes of l1a gies. Farm Wagons 3 the man .J.!
eighths of the white voters of Anthony Besi
nety des
reached home. The S. P. C. A.
oughtto vehicles these
and cake I ether We handle
voted TuesI of
supper was for a great ca"
I1Nltr. Mr Gibson of Irvine was here lastTuesday. and vicinity. It is not a citizenof which We stand \\
attend to
all such
cases as that. adjourn-I ready to fully
lalltT day night. The meeting then gu .
Anthony: but a nonresident that High Grade j t
It is the consensus of opinion ed until next week. IAirs. I I Buggies i ,
Mr. 1>. A. Depots left Wednesday seeks to force upon us a curse not Serviceable
that the coloredmen Unexcelled Carriages
I among our people :McCaskill and baby are visit- Wagons ;
tor Dun llc'where he tt ill spenda wanted by the people here. The ,
are drinking more and Harness
more. i
ing friends in Ocala.
Mr days with pIe are willing to go to the pee-I Lap Robes 11 1
relatives.COW A lady from this section visited The Belleview Workers' ice cream Etc. Etc
BOY surrendering their town charter if Ocala last week and Turpentine
complains I
supper Tuesday night was a )| Wagons 11 I
cessary to prevent a saloon being the negroes were so crowded on the The solicitors did well, collecting We are Always in Posit' a Specialty. ,
iMA It order to prevent the of forced In the ey-I Ion to Meet 1
passage a upon us. wet and dry sidewalks on the west side of the the Prices
erything needed to make the Wed of Le
,fMklMtk* bill, the interests I re Sole 9 n. I
liquor election there was a dry white major- that she had Agents
> square difficulty pass- and money enough to pay for the ice I celebrated ssr
Mold to Atobuu bare agreed not to fight ity, but the negro vote turned the ing them. Can the police in Ocala so over $10 were made clear for, pentine and &s White T ur-1

IJt the MMafM> now before the legis- tide against us to the tune oft majority not stop such as that? We have heard which the Workers wish to gon. .
1 Aat tetwe for every sak.)n closing and to net.las! Are we drifting ladies all
some give that the
as reason those who helped. A great i
a pretest tJUpping liquors into prohiMtiw back to the dark days of reconstruc many were
they did not like to to Ocala. Knight
go present and all! had a nice time. & 'i

districts. tion when illiterate negro votes de- Mr. Hester Lambert is acting as Mrs. J. A. Freeman has ,more fiow-{ Successors Langf' :

Ctaadlet' and P-G.l) !' a a'i
dl I,


r i J ....- ..... ". _.4.0 ..; B'px"! i;; raP".3,- ,.vr.'i .9.1"iy s.r.'.....; ,., : .: >.p:".::-- -" -.:,- ,a .1t+ -.:;..=-.-... 11"'I

: 't. ...U '_ r ',-' .-..".'.....r'C"Y.. ..- 1-- :;...:. > .:'"r."L'........'-" __.....:;t""'L""\=" c '..,-,,,=,,..r.R ...'. -,--y-.;s---.y-'.,.-t.Te ".!r'.<,''-'' -:=,' --'-,'.-o.'---., .. -,-: ;-:- __
>" 7" t : < t" {; ..
?! : .h' :r --r. .'.. -- _
v- '
n ] ; ;.w. r i 'fm'-- -4' : .::_ .-: f'.f: ... + ; ... ; ,..? "#- Tw
"" s
: r.r.-q. ''''"' &; ..n '" i. s 'Y :. .dd
'Y > L : '--r. ; ;-:....4 :q';. """.i..t4-. >f !i"*- ht-' :-. .--"P' .. -'J:;' l/J f.ti" <-'< --:.... "_':::.Ie' J..... ",, .....tp e .' :';_. !_4.

rNV "t- -


-- --- -
-- ----- -


-- ---- '
-- --
---- -


..__......_ .
-- .
-- -- -- -- ----- --- -- --
-- --
--- -- -- ----

Local and Personal i I\ Mr. Head of Silver Springs June I, Two Big Orange Groves I II I Beautifying the Court House Square The Young People of Ocala Continue Mrs. Gertrude McKIernan.

tion Mr. E. C. Sims of Anthony MrMomholen We enjoyed a very pleasant visit The board of county commissioners,1 to Have a Big Time at Seabreeze ._
I r
.. Atkinson, and quite a Seabreeze, July 17.-Yesterdav M -
"SV yesterday Mr. Drew T. Johnson, having given Marion county a beau
Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor.
I IIII. number of others were visiting the F. T. Schreiber gave a picnic in l If,u
i\\ the general manager of the Monarch tiful court house, which will alwajs ,
seat ,
county Saturday.Dr.
or of her son. Donald. who hay j >-:
.... and Ventura orange and grapefruit stand as a monument to them, the Y
.... J H. Livingston is home from I attained his seventeenth binluia t '
Bennett of Crystal River one groves near Wildwood in Sumter I progressive members are now finish- Her other guests were Doio1 ;.
a visit u> Suath Carolina.Mr 1 .
of the oldest and best known phyis county. I ing up the work by letting a contractfor Schreiber, Mr. and Mrs. Geoi:>' K

Albert ABMMI Graham is at Tyhr clans in this section of Florida, was : The :Monarch: grove contains five beautifying the grounds. Robinson, Misses Ethel and lip] <

a visitor to Ocala Thursday, and was II I The tas been awarded Robinson, Louise Harris Emma .>.:.d! ..
ud! other points of interest on aim hundred acres and the Ventura two contract to ; :
registered at the Ocala House. lIe is; I
Edna Nelson, Sue and :Margaret Anderson '
tprp "-r Jaunt hundred and seventy acres. I the Fitzgerald Company of Jacksonville
holding his own in a most remarkable
Annie Atkinson :\lind
These groves suffered the vicissitudes who are doing work of this son ,
< manner, and Father Time is dealinj, -- and Phil Robinson. l 1.
Bond Ralph ";:
If Km 11 VanEbipen tU phosphate of other groves and during the ;all over the Southern States, which i i
with him most gently.Mr. I
operator of Holmium and Istachatta, years of trial and tribulation were means that they do their work well is. Charlie and John Chazal.

li' an < rala visitor killed to the ground several times, I :and are not novices in the business. Mrs. Schreiber chartered a lauiu-':
IJerman Koester of this city:,
and took her to Mosquito Inlet -
guests r
but the owners were made of sterner Nothing adds more to the beautya of ;[
and was a passenger on the ill-fatec) miles down the Huut.ix
Miss SiihU- Settle stuff than the average mortal and town than trees, flowers, shrubber: I eighteen !

MrCoan) hate gone! to Dunnellon to steamer Alleghany of the Merchant! never lost hope nor courage, and held grass and graveled walks, and all river. In a little while they caught
and Miners line plying between Sa
visit )l11I. Half and Miss Turnipseed. ou, and went to work rebuilding and these things are contemplated in tfc:> as many fish as they could posiM

vannah and Philadelphia, which was banking during the winter season, and beautifying of these grounds.The use, and built a big; fire for the n>li) \/h7

destroyed off Tybee Wednesday night fry. Louis Chazal acted as cook, am!
With c>'nu'Ut sidewalks and vim last season the groves did reasonably more !taste skill and ingenuity
lie was rescued. The yesselwas ;I the fish were as delicious a; any
well total amountedto displayed of the more beautiful -
fM |M\t-iti -utH. Ocala will feel quite The shipments course
t t total loss, but all the passengers wen .
cityflad I 30,000 boxes. the grounds will look, and as the ever prepared. Besides the fish I m.

saved. I The entire groves are now in bear- planting of the same will be largely Mrs. Schreiber also served a ver\ ei!' d

pox ing condition, and if the next few left to the direction of the Civic egant lunch on board the boat.
Mr. (;*-4' It Tyler is living in We are told that the mosquitoes .
to be favorable ones League we feel that our court house In the afternoon the young peopkclimbed (
[Pu'r. ( tin. and will reside therepernbanr at Seabreeze and Daytona Bead years happen
the yield will amount to largely more grounds will fulfill Keat's prophet I to the top of the lighthouse.
'ntl I > left the train with The
on same us.
than a hundred thousand boxes. I that "a thing of beauty is a joy foi 185 feet high, and up 297 steps. Th'
people say that they always take<
in the tower is 15.000 caudle
Mrtiiiif M Perry and little girls I The owners did a wise thing in get- ever." light . .. .
: :
.. : "
': '
their :
departure as soon as we begin ..
.. .. '."
be for .
power, and the light can s ien : .: .' :. ::
ting someone to manage the groves The Fitzgerald Company are adept
...uru..1 Saiunlay I from a visit to to have moonlight nights, and now
Jac-bua' ill.- frig ndll. who knows as much about orange culture in the part of the work that has bee twenty-eight miles. MOTHER AND DAUGHTER
everything at the beach is all to the
aa does Mr. Johnson. lIe studiedat assigned to it and has already begu The party returned to the beu-h at PRAISING PE-RU-NA.
good. It was our misfortune to strikeit
the feet of Gamaliel and knows it operations.The dark very much fagged out. but liar- ,-
Fuller earth ban been discovered the time. ,
wrong MRS.
of the most :
I ing spent one pleasant
as an alphabet.A work is under the direction cMr. Neosho street, Emporia, KM.
... Uallan. Tex. and a company has
days since they have been at
.W. A. Legate who has had large writes:
bEr"a vamaiaed to mine It.IH Mrs. Thomas Barnes who has beet ,
Beautiful Country Home experience in this line of work. breeze. "I suffered very much with a severe
managing the Glenwood Hotel so acceptably i. *
Mrs. S. R. Pyles has taken advan- Between the street and sidewal cold in the head and was always complaining

Jam-. Edward Chace will leave and successfully for sometime twelve feet habeen :Monday afternoon little Miss onie of feeling tlreJ and drowsy.
tage of the absence of Captain Pylesto a space of ten or
tMMorruw for Minneapolis. Minn., to past., on the first of August expects for and flowers. A Chazal gave a doll party in honor of When my mother bugget-ted! and in-
him genuine surprise on grass
give a
fisted on taking a few bottles ol
to take a much needed rest my
attend the dental association. her doll's second birthday. She hada
,., return. She has gone heroically to pavement of varying width from ten Peruna. I did so, and in a short time I
e She wil visit her daughter, Mrs. S. B
work and entirely remodelled the residence to; fifteen feet will lead up to each entrance birthday cake with two candles and felt like a new person, My mother
full Stine, of Osceola :Mills Pa., and before the little girls who spent the afternoon It highly and *o do I.'
Slx9 praises very
Full nix: b.-.. sheeu. ; on their home place which is : of the court house and a pavement -
her return will visit Canada. Xi i- with her Sistrunk. Confidence In Pe-ru-m.
UMt&cd+ hemmed sheets for 49o. at beautifully located on one of our pretty will then skirt the building; were Virginia

UN Uiobf. Saturday and Monday. agara Falls, Buffalo and all the places bard roads and when completed' leaving a space next to the building Nellie Nelson and Dorothy Schreiber.ber. 'Irs.t.. F. Jones, Burning Sprlngi,

of interest in that section. I Ky.: writes:
------ will be one of the finest and most substantial of five feet for floral ornamentation,
We have been Peruna for .
using! : om
M....r.. John Graham and Will T. Mr. C. C. Hill and family will move country homes in the coun- In the plots of ground embraced time and have no he>,iuucy in recommending
:Mr. E. P. Rentz and Mr. ..J.1.. :\ll'f- \
Uary hate IMHMI re-elected city tax today to their new home on Ribera ty. It is supplied with all the modern between the pavements: will be 1)lantell I it for the thousand and one

eat.... lor and treasurer respectively.yards street. The dwelling is a very attractive conveniences, is roomy and comfortable trees, grass and flowering plants I fert' spent the weekend at the beach ailments <>f humanity.

one and combines comfort with and the architectural design and I The design is quite pretty and we< with their families.. "From a personal tests shall not hr--

liuu of toe summer dress appearance. It is equipped with all finish is in every way tasteful and : A ill have a court house and ground I: itate to recoinmond it, pvcially to all
The mosquitoes have gone to parts suffering women.
St. pleasing to the eye. Mrs. Pyles is athoroughgoing tf which we may well feel proud. I
Kale! at the Globe at 12 1-2 modern conveniences.- Augustine
-I' ua
and unknown, and life at the beach is inconsequence II I "Peruna has gained full confidence
tSSta per yard Saturday and Monday. Record. business woman much more pleas- Ltd a permanent day in our hum"

demonstrates what can be done on a Funeral Services very A Great Toni:.
her marriage,
Mrs. Hill was, before relief and -
ant. It is a great complaints
MaJ (,'urge M. Hubbard. having; Miss DeVane of this city. farm. Her butter and buttermilk I II The body of Mrs. Ella Duriez wil I now are infrequent. The Mrs Anna Liiitit'r U. U. 5, Di,* ll,
slur wound up bis business interetss I chickens and eggs hams and shoulders -i I arrive from Boston this afternoon and I and !I.!ian.vrrtt'I: "1 t.><>k IVrun* and am
bathing is perfectly delightful, '".. I wlluld nut ln without that
endless varieties w.J gnat
la U *1a. expect! tu leave for Arizona The ring of the anvil, sound of the and vegetabes in will be kept at the residence of her I
I twice a day the cottagers enjoy a "
tome for ten times iu cot.
*. of thing is aright and abundance, have a distinct until 10 o'clock tomorrow
..-. time ant W..eL hammer and that parents !| plunge and swim in the ocean.
and her home is a real de in Green -- f
and sounds poetic, and means reputation, when it will be laid to rest *

Arthur Wade returned yesterday: much in the upbuild of a town, but light. If we had a thousand such women I wood cemetery. While there is no place for fishingat I FUNERAL OF MRS. ELLA OERUIZ.

noise, on our farms the history of Marion C. Carroll will speak the las
from a \iit to Columbia S. C. He the continual and deafening I Dr. C. this beach, the cottagers from here ,

laM Ibf mittfortuue to lose his bag"to that proceeds from a planing mill' county would be like letters of I sad words and as far as possible give< walk over to the pier at Daytona i All that was moral: of Mrs Kli.i

.-n route home.Mr from early morn till dewy eve is too gold in pictures of silver. A good consolation to the bruised hearts of Beach, only a short distance away, : Raysor DRuiz was laid at rest m

\ p much of a good thing and grates tone's industrious woman can accomplish i the afflicted ones. and catch as many fish as they can I: Greenwood cemetery Saturday' th.

has severed more than an army with banners and The following gentlemen will acis hour of ten o'clock am.. T,. tint
Burntt avengood nenes.The consume. Also a good many fish are '
.. .Miiiin with the Ocala Dot I is the jewel of this earth of ours. pall bearers: Dr. E. Van Hood, R having already winged i'j:: : : IK.
his r mu caught in the river; also shrimp and
ttatf Works and baa accepted a po soap trees are yielding a heat) I R.[ Carroll D. A. Miller. Charles Ty, I occasionaly crabs. eternal home some da .. .

shins w ith Spencer's bakery. Trop this year. The press for sometime Crystal Drug Co. Changes Hands I dings Geo. Maughs.. Frank: Harris The <,casket which h". I nm-

past has been silent about the John D. Juhan, who has been the Truly the sudden death of this remains had been 1lac. : ,', .1
I The regular dance was held at the
Paving IK now u much the subject virtues of this tree, but Dr. Mon popular manager of the Crystal Drug sweet and estimable young lady give Clarendon pavillion last night anll beautiful canopy anJ1 i ,ally

of a\eratioi in Ocala as th"L'Lfnxk says it is destined to cut a very important Co., during the past two years, has force to the exclamation of Job'Mana : was well attended. These dances are banked beneath a .'iI.!. 11.. ,' : lowers

conspiracy" is in Tallahas- figure in the industrial development < recently bought from Dr. H. M. Tay cometh forth like a flower and l given every Tuesday, Thursday and I fashioned in the &ha|" .; IW-.

of the state. Besides mal lor the entire stock and good will of is cut down; he fleeth as a shadow anchors, etc., the aflf.'< MOI.I 'Mil'
and Tampa. and afford great
ape Saturday nights, a
ing soap the berries yield an oil superior the above business. Mr. Juhan is a md continueth not." of adoring friends and l n.'"* .d I ",Call
deal of pleasure to the young folks.
II!'. 1A't' Grantham and children olparr to olive oil. The soap tree will graduate of the Atlanta College of II Leaves have their time to fall, that is pure 'u,, th"- ..' tin

for several be heard from. Pharmacy, is a young man of ability, And flowers to wither at the Nortl l life to come.
wen in the city Today is Miss Virginia Sistrunk'sbirthday
and is well liked by everyone and his wind's breath; In the condu ; .,( tl..- i ,?; 0 awl'
J haunt Saturday eo route to Lake and in honor of this event
Mr. Clifford Anderson accompanied friends are glad to know of his And stars to set-but all, I vices Rev. W. H l>i.lu.- <.:;. p ;tan
W..lr fur a hort visit to relatives. many she is having several of the little
I his wife and little son as far as Jaclsonville acquiring the business. The locationof Thou hast all seasons for thin<. beautiful and appopr.a |1'.1: her guests for dinner. Mr.
girls as
t Hr. William A. PInley and son returned yesterday, who were on their! his business is a choice one on own, 0, Death!" Sistrunk came down to the beach Rev. C. C. Carroll pr.-a. ,j' !! ., J cr

to Colasabia. way to Tryon, N. C., for a visit of several Citrus avenue and the full and com- i short but iii-pti i.:g >' rat.) : th.-
Saturday from a trip last night from Ocala to spend his :
weeks to friends and relative, line carried insures excellent Mr. Cam's WithdrawalIt ( beauty of ;uf' h> : awl M ,." f> Olth
S. C.. where they spent some plete little daughter's birthday with her, '
Before returning Mrs. Anderson and -Crystal River News. communica_ I lif>- her.-aftt r l h- uiu'l l : \ii\.
days very pleasantly with relatives. patronage. will be seen from a and accompanied by Mrs. Sistrunk .
will visit in South Carolina aneorgia. tha l h ieferfu < :u ,.' ( i'.ii.i -
son I ion printed in another I and Virginia will return to Ocala this
; Miss Annie :Mathews accompanied Speculation on Governor's Choice that h! >!>.< t'8.bl'd, surd I I. many -. ;I.. tu
Mr I II. McKinney contemplates ion. W. D. Cam announces afternoon by waof JacksonvilleMrs.
them as far as Jacksonvill< I' Telegraph thinks Jennings reelectioro I I k"-tii; by v h'i h '., wili !1.. t>t'1
Starke for
making The candidate
..,int: to Savannah soon and will not be a Sistnmk and Virginia will conic '
where she will visit friends for a few Broward's choice t titand will, I i'!'.. l,r'-., :1 sl'l
thai city his home. He Is a good cit- is Governor the office of county superintendent back to the beach next week.
I There is i |MI\I s, diffu.1 I .\-.j.-r :. Ol>>'
weeks. It :
and Orala will regret to lose I for governor says of schools.
lien -
more or less speculation as to which When Mr. Cam was first a Call! -I Marriage of Mr. Anthony Finzel :i.l'< path.at i in?-.' t'l

him Major J. K. Priest of Anthony, who I will have Governor Broward's supportin date for the office he told a chickei 11 New York July 17. 1:11I7.: I.. '..' 'W.1 .

t.'haJllhlls'* "Lavender Lad" is be- is at the head of the sheep industry the race for the governorshipBurr story that will always be identifie 11| Tie! ch'in':! of the transfiguration.jbett'r r: .M.-s! ;; S.'i.t! '.'. *.;.! ,1 a1 -,

a well known animal. Ills in this county, and is demonstratin o I or Jennings. If we were going with him. The gist of the story wa!51 I !ll.-'n to the rh"o:1cal! : |p mft ," tla'i .. ;,.- '" at t It.I It' .
its value as a paying hives it and whisper it eatin I > "1 he Little ("tr; Armni.L I '.. ral ('it I ,. .. tl. s ,
Muee appearing in the Ocala great I to make a guess on I that chicken was mighty good ; s:>:on a- : ; .

Hann.picture-r. is adorning! many newspaTU. went, was one of our visitors Thur: ': into your ear of ears we would say and the other fellow ought to be gin-I I i the Cornwas: thf! ? I'n.. of an ;W' I foil! .1 i _: '. !..

t lay. The major is a splendid type of ( Jennings. The governor has a few I II en a chance and no one man ouh{ iroi' wfiM-i.-r!: :: on \\',.diit-'a: Jul> !17 I"i IM a:: ;

i .._.___-- I what is referred to as the "bone and I I very pronounced partisans hereabouts to monopolize so dainty a dish. St I, i! whn Airicii.r' Carlhi: _':: t'i!: l rinz'-l.I ac.tor i .mix H" Vn.! '

tt .- S t<4fllM.ard i* poing to put out i sinew" of the land, and it is unforu j and we haven't heard any of i true to his promise, he now open:: h.:::3 and 'Irar-iatint.:: ,! : t'--r --n of th.: j.i .. _hT.f t. 'I I. :
$1..".I.i .for h-'ttenncn's in Jackson; !: tote: that Marion county is not fined j them say Burr once but some of them ; coop! and gives the other;: fellow i 1 ,, l a'fW.Ili.1: !:: i A. Fin/-! .< : :Mit-ni-i: :' Ji Po._ : !": 'IJ : :

out smaller sinus :, with an army of men with his push i have made a noise like Jennings a show. L bur'. L'-ii''i'i En J :'it'l 1 .,? Int.'. ':
I It iinuht:; put
tale; \ i
than\\ "' : .!; anta-v: : to other pact sod enterprise.Mr. '! time or two.-Waurhula Telegram. I Ii Since he has been in office tb,f i in n.a'n.ito: ):\.1:-- 1: Lara: .1-.1I .1I J .', i \\

i : schools of the county have increase' | '-rj'i.ia.- si.i par!!. y.'.:.". dai.'jlr.! > : :wi. !I_ {if'| '

1 l.f its I Thonia-: Sellers of Lake! Br;; .'.!: The picnic at Fort McCoy Frida: I j in efficiency an-1! in numbers and h'e of nii i 1.-. ':. sv: ?''.'j' Tau,t.'o t '-I' 1.1 "

a for ant was number among Ocala's vh.tors :;s. was quite an event. Mr. Wartniana hborion-?. CVna.l: 1"r
nf Ti
faithful an.l
Mr : \\ lii.Miiit; t !hana: te a .
f Ol.t..1.! was::1pa shalan: ? Thursday. He is a prominej{ i gave an account of stewardship.. : cial. T.' ', : .'is! v.-a- .:' .: ;c'I!:. i'\* .' a;

r' ? Ib! friends! h.-'r: ro'ing man of that section and speli .. ". .,"., :... Rf'v. !Ii)/. i Jl: ::4hton, 1 1Mr. II cli :. '.
; ..pint; \\
\ n
.".H! educa-tion .
He t-a> thTallaha:';eo !' ? of the famous wild orange grove:;: Dtputy Sheriffs Weaver and II / :> :; r ::: r:; '.' W. :,1'i .':a' .'
I'1 .i\ ,
_I' ..' hay ca-iM-.l! :n great calj hat:! originally! skirted the borders 01 ': saw that the refreshments did not go have been quite busy and qui.:: ;-i' .... S= :. \ "win2;i'r.. !1-: '.and.I .I- in ;

.11 II' Lake: Bryant, says that! most of the, I', to waste. The dinner was fine and : offenders JMr.I : Finzel's best; in, r.:. .' i '.!:ss ]Ilo-l.! !. Iy :. u.:.
week in apprehending:: .
t 1'.l1l1l'a. cessful
l 'A' 'j I I ,. ,
._ Tees: were cut down converted fit 'everything was to the good. I I 'Wilams! of Pi'-'! : ".> ';,' '. maid (>; :-'J
f :
t various
/ C (rhaniMi-: and George i sweet trees, but were all killed by th I who are wanted in honor TO MlS! ::.- :;,; :t 'mm..::: .'.- Er. ,.J '
\ -
written protests I freeze, but that the old stumps are Mr. Charles V. Miller who has been i places. Thursday they arresrdn- ziv-i-5 vr.' Mr! ,,'. A"M. H.irj ,: :;.o I
.' l
\l.u-K. Lt.r the streets ; jutting forth fresh growth and Lak in Central America for the past I! drew Watson, who is wanted in 1: .!. ibtrtin. :11'. r.::d! MH!: i. y J. lb-! t. 'l I. .:. 1\ '
up |
'I ..icain"i" t -'v Fourth to South Eighth Bryant before many more years '\\"ilJ! [ month t or six weeks, is expected home loch county Georgia. for killing Sheriff -|! field and the oriueb:: muiu f, Mr=. I: Wit:. ; ., ,

t front S 'ith be noted for her beautiful 01mge .today. We understand that he has Kennedy and wounding the sher Sheppard.Mr. '- 1C1.. f,
f'-r- >by the A. C. L. Railway again i jE.
.t'' a.-l groves. been quite successful in obtaining the i iff's deputy. The crime was commit and Mrs. Finar-.- ru 1 L, ,:... .: C-IU-tl I. a! .;

O m pa si;; of An. in 1898. Watson will be held in '.' Car :i. IDa ;' If '
:Messrs. J. B. and R. H. Irby "concessions" that he went there to ted at the Hotel Nevam-< r a f- \s r :' I.

with thei here until the necessary requisi ark-, : -. II I.'
in from Cornell bony, who, in common 1 secure. jail before starting on a -.in:: wM: ; j! .
Mr.: L. Ballard was i procured. These alert sof II.! t'a.. ,
in the tion papers are N- :r'
speaking of the tum- I neighbors, were fortunate grow :I trip, after which they rt:: 'lr'n > > -

Friday, and of lumber says that I I ng and shipment of cantaloupes th Mr. Jake Strauss, at one time and' officials are also holding two men York to fill a thirty weeks' contractto of the p-f: : : a t,:. Jed >

Mo) in the price in Ocal who wanted in Dothan Ala James then. v.- 01"f'
L the are
shopping of most drama by
as the "conspira- I past season, were for many years, one pop- appear in a new .
mysterious .
i it aa from Tal- I Thursday, and counting the numbe] ular traveling men on the road, wasa Byron Totler. :ft1e n.' <: 1 : 111'! ;: Si. I

rji to spirit LTngle away I md variety of bundles they were tat visitor to Ocala last Friday. Some Take the Postmaster's Word for It I Mr. Finzel's many friends in Ocaa r. civil, e b- 'I t '

lahMsee. back with them, it was a clea] years ago Mr. Strauss left the road I Mr. F. M. Hamilton, postmaster at and at Lake Weir shower him with 'J t t. .i. -.
ng stock I
I C' ryvale, Ind., keeps also a --
W. lemonstration that they had no disposition and took up his residence in Cuba. and congratulations and best wishes.If -
1 l Jessie Owens Mr. J. general merchandise patent I Mrs. LHlle Marshall r. :. tthe
i Souter. Sir. and to hoard their earnings and believed He is the same genial good fellow. medicines. He says: "Chamberlain'sColic h. 1'1' tad
Keitt I near r i..a
Miss build houses across sru'fers;
Nance. In enjoying life as they passe )11'1. Emluisor and other neIghbors is standard here in its line. It streets without the street knowing h1Dr1\\on\ \ that \\ t r.
Proctor dy
wide-awake citIzens John R. Pedro represented -
of ,Anthony came through it. They are Mr. satisfaction and we .... .... "I. ; ;.;;I ,. :! f a-
of Captain Raysor r section In Ocala Saturday. never fails to give anything about it, it is about time the .' ..fl '
success tie his "
the ;
funeral and deserve without it. .
down yesterday to attend the could hardly afford to be street committee was waking up. t!i.. LI :- f''t t "
I have achieved. For sale by all druggists. x.: j
.. .... of W* daughter, )Irs.

"'v of'

jks.... _..... _0-- '.
> 1 _

4 tjiit .t....,.,

.> >: 1;' .<, :_:t.;..... J. ifn"l,,..-, 'v ,< ;;';'".$(' :'.,,".,. .
-- -
; --
.,rLETTER -- x :;: =--


. I

State -- -

.. .. A ,j
The J ; V" AA..A. V"' '''''''''' \I\.

-stabl1versit FROM ALBERTL'S VOGT A MODEL:: SPEECH /laid so costly: a saerifce ?WYtar : the: il- VAI'IN ,, 4{

___ 0: freedom."

j passa He Ccr.wnds: Tr.at Old Mann Ccn- A recent incident causes tie } This letter is a gem: -=::::-:-.:-i : |

taint Much Hisitn Pncs.....at* : .dath. .:: expression: save b =ei SI.WT.&L :
_. '
4 the FJ (EOB Tel ?h:0 reprint ::'(: ) : =
and Has Tsbascs Lands error common wih yr?=; -a '::,: :> g1
1t hasst rSarpastsd ; ;; : ; ;:g t ,,=;. \ (t.4 .. : ::.
: by None Tils letter and his Gettysburg tr-e .. :iestablished dSuccessors
1t drnc v: be t&o oft e: = read by all
': : c- :r Mr. T.nr'coln's rrt _' -.
t the L&kelaL-l, raJy: n. IK'T.To .
who would appreciate, the poi'-r.e: is a master o: exp :'.:L-N.:_ :. -
was t:.*- Editor Ocaia Banner
:..:aL.ty. :. :.. -. = ;;;.,: :&: la.::. American.CHINATOWN: .
mane I'the Ocala Banner of the Ttn ins*...
7'i'J"- ':: ';-0' : .: 0Pcr' 3
when] ) ';-:: : I

are 1 ;ii a utOoa.c.field and ban'" :'.- ':("' .1( : :: ;.:, ,. ,, :t. ..: :. : :5 : iS "GODLESS": & Company

school J..it.ra! :--'I.:: an : an: article on tobaccogr. : "T'.L; ::: '.: ::.: ,.::":::.: :: r"-i iZ--.i :::

... .:.2. Vs'irL: I came first to Mao I :.-:: Of tL,: SL5i* J>.-:-Ce:: = Of :littraiUTrrla :: San Francisco's New Chinatcwrt; U 4

cntiTb r.: :. co.nty ;a 1JS5.!; my uncle, Dr. the ;.::.gu.agoa: !.-i those: who Lay: Again ae Occupied by the Orer!- to S irau: ,3 & C. .

high '"''?.J.'.. who :lived f':'e miles so'1b of J LO:: copy '-" -' =-o/.i: ;,-rrvr 'I.We: ta's-"Goes Don't Pay" Sa/s

()r'::,.:_ Lad a bar: :' :!! of t&bacro. and ar* iLifvto:! -".- IIc'O.T.rsrips.: : Pres. Jow Doong Tarn 1

atory T.12 '( a<" 2:11 us one of th& .j for !.'.e irfonLi'lor.it: : 'L::. '. /::. was :Special: : : to tie: Oca's: Banner: : __ I,

give ::..>- : nc'al'- "r'.. -.-, gh on his: pania--E : tie orator: ': t ':ay >a wtc!: : he Sa::. FraLci iii,::. Jly:: 1. -Ti;? -*>-".-
Iegtatt DEALERS!
nnpiMhC : -:.. I.;> i". ': iw to smoke by J made his rirspltut taIl./a: :; ;cr.er-.i CisiHit >wn wi.i: reel: .::::: its o"s WHOLESALE LIQUOR

r.e..L2 i '- -- from this f-ac'.o; i ai. .U--.- '.' ",..:: ::cj conprtensiv : \the: o": :: seetic-n: : : t-ack;: of Pur:: ::. .t :

; .?% K : ::. 1 S3 EC'- frs raii" : -:.-is: jr-ii'::. ani brevry sV square. ..0-.g the hcmc:: of the =_. ? ---,

d has 'r S-jl:* *: i" 'ffrd '. i '. ir'"irr 1 lirr.Af.vl.r ;,r&or: of totr hai; fan. :j"---1 'rei.tal: c---.jtiy: in: tz-: ----- -- -
DVHCO' '. 1.-.", 1sis' -. .- -- =.. aai 1 .,,-bi: : :o pMr;>ar-d a1 l-.lv--rec the orar.oa'of ,: wrlC.: a: :: = =- C"--it: : Tl :has; ". r-- I

They r..ile: J' ." -. -" -- Oran': P",. ya.-." I thxca: :=.'J: .i.-: nan.wwe GO Lot ;;builtj:: retLaciLr: : .J. :: Ll:: wiped L'i' i Ocala> Florida

a:;. -." T- i aaf! _.,'.::rj; acrei I reaL.i: :. at !t..= E.' niex: :. Linroln : ;l by tie (:oifa2T,.tca. Today:! : tie ex.dus .- I ,

chan f' b? f:.' i r. :lanris ;in Marion taj :;ri.:Sy no'ri down v.. to tils: Lev 1:2. ;t-!:. "regan. :;.::. : v : ; !

Ing. / r/r.-v. ai: -. ... Ga4c-.. t'J.._. ::-. or! > -:bought: .= on a aray: scrap: of paper.T..rr : the end cf tie:: week al": of the: 1mandarlns. CASE WHI'"I/

ion t{ .:: C': :m .- .:. ;i:.;. other c-: .' r} I ; *; orcs Sowed naturally! simply.: :: ; : t.erl: a.=l t.5. coolies: \ az : RYE WHISKEY SPECIAL fOUR :

';0'v. ..'' -:/.-. Vog had on his ;,-!! ;eid. each: a shining drop of pure slaves w.II:: have deserted: their::: 'emporary i > ., : r-
o : : : . . . f
sI .
Ins a ; 'ar.ti'loL ..'': : of about ea acres ; Az.Saxon that: sparkle! like a diaiLor. > quaners i'h.' _._. Oaklacd witfront -: I Sar pR: Rye_;,,:'_.:: Eye . .", :;.:: :. QUART OFFER ..' 1-t-: :

of thi f 'r,' air; :i-\ '-at t% ferJized! it | : ; c-* i: fell.: It made a prose 1"rI : : and resumed their o'.i: :Ie ::. $ Keystone . . ::: : ; : -' h.g: '! K. "

SboFogy 4.' ::. i.tlai".;;a .-: wood a hes, and IiV> :: "-.fa.eely: the length of a son: .i'". ( the Chinatown of F..Sflreyv :: _:: :' Belle Isie . . _..llr\ .i t 1. .. J .t'
s Log Cabin . . . FOR S2.aO / .e .
r. rr.-rr.b-r 'ia: :.. was much higher; as ;.rt: : ejr.lc: : in its grasp and greatness.: > :ings have been erected to accomm- Heating's: Pride . . . *'.-n' ....trdUf.01.' I. h"[ .

cd for| .t trW JL t-: Seld: than was my I .. -pliriaise: : : we do not readily re- | date the little army of Asiatics: and:: . . 3,-,?. wi: 'd. _;; f- x.iprepaid rt.-!, ,.jj JlaF.arni' : 4'k ; '
uS'jS1.V. . . 3.5 : IIi r.t.ltl I
workThe r.: '''.d. I rf'=:.-rr'::/*:-r. too hat this toharro 1 fall:: a: ::.s momfnt'-thi of the ora- i:; life in Chinatown rsg0 0:::: mu':2: ti'r-I P--'m"g-e.: . .". . TS..'.'';.I:- ti.ii ij- "t p.!.u.....,.,.J..t: . j i

*-d into "hand twist"-! cf 'he occasion who had dO wag :70 := :rJ r ; same, except that there will::: ><:: ;: '- Hn5jauss: . STRAUSS I X L hast'adrtr ix.
] i : : : .r.,.) ? .
. . . B
collegq fcLi packec .' 'r.l larg& bozrs and ;, r.aelaborate: preparation for itiKl | joss hoi.L f_5. TLC new ]home of ::...- .1) .: -----' --- ,- I.rn ";11. . .

tine acxpr II:':; ;>*-d to S' 'JU:y and Lowndes, cot' !| := wor := Lave; gone down to noth-l: !! heathen Chinese :_ !'Gd: ?SS.i Tennessee; CORN Corn .WHISKEY.. . . $1.5._) FOR $3.50 ""rauII' .i i,

factors i .osmfss.oa! merchants a! i i iir.e.aii nigfcv' while the simple, : . . : lid C.h'ar Ptlprr u.We
tin : : }!: "Gods; don't pay, so declares President North Carolina Corn We wil; ,f-:af.t tx'JrEutntr.*' . .
i C. l :r.o".r. _. .,.;. : of Lincoln will : statrsviile: Cora: . . -.'It;
and al of rharltfctoi. + -_; h. -- livejforever. ; Jow Doons Tam of the N"r.:: .;;. prepaid; tuli: <5aart uf isiatic and Wt it. ti'
I' M--r.tain Corn . . '
i iTn
bracinktM'pin And! talkin, of what I r.rr.l.')..r of ,, I Yung Association wealthiest: of tii I ea-Harvest: Corn . . 3.a') ROYAL tit: t. 1'rrn'n '
thrice gadaoi! ;- loyhood days,* ren. ; 1| : .;. r):a:Jr of the day was; Edward i Chinese six: companies. President: GIN.: 6IN ,

school I -a; ,..r the firs' bard rock phosphate ; E r-r-::". of Massachusetts:: statesman. !ijow is famed: : in the empire: for ii:? Swan Ga . . . ..1.3'i RESERVE

. . . . 1Frn .a _
I -vrr saw uatbat: dri? o'ff of an i; vrator:: :: pr-aeher, editor of the North !learning Lavfng: been professor cf :literature : Tom G'HHUaid -
for U . :!. !
U ) .
: Gin . . I. .r..lnn f ; '
tcachel cn well!! on rsy: uncle plauta-.ion. | .- >or.can Review governor of ilassaCL' and the classics in a Chinese: : Cr-j-:>n Gin . . . :.;;0 FOR 53.50 T'J1.; ;;tr. ; :.

school! Hr r bad an old! r.rj.. Dan Campbell { ':=-"= member of congress, minis- university i before coming to America.: } Perfection Gin . . . 3.00 We will -:I/t!1. full m *. J .,.;, .,..ig11i S

cf Sam and Willie: Mar-j! :,;.: Errand: president of Harvard : RUM.
studendueCd a great pet > -\t our old joss house, which was OLD B. ,th Tom: a .
*_"..0 i
New England: Rum . ,
Bta!'.-to dig 'iat well, and it wash i Co.e secretary of state in Fili- destroyed by the fr.we mad-r a Ja.-r.aka Rum . . . 3.g I i "4tT WHISKEy'

The | mor- than ni--':: ieet it d"ptb. andji! morcavicet.: senator from MassacE I small profit from the sale of punk and ) BRANDY 1 HARVEST CORK } ,

must was a dry wll.::. When about ninety: |i- .",fnominee: for vice president: j jin other altar curios :o tourists. San; }. Blackberry Brandy . . .$..50 The best grtuti i., to t b* Duffy' .? Pur .M;, "

Mate fe-: down. Dan 'ampbell b boy. who I ; >'J'' <)f the Constitutional Union !1 Francisco Chinese are rapidly: becomi \H: Brandy . . . 3..t M had f'jr tLt' n"It'\: B.I\\I.... !. . ,
. . . 3.0' ,
Peach Brandy
wain tbe bv:'or: stuck his pick in-fi l aL l th! intimate: friend of Sir r ? WEET GOO DSca
will pt : l/ar'v : 'i ing Americanized and now cave l: ;::- ::: rY..l<: Cognac . . u !1'. .

pn pat to an opening r.r small ere in thej'j I \Val---r: S'-o' When. he delivered ttejadr : !!{ regard for tie religion:; of their: fa:::- WINE.Tr : FOR Sb.OO P..ad. ;1..I! H, I '

(anal r
stUuUiiFolrl &1,1 'L'boy!: a* aJmoat: asphyxiated: i: :.'. .-r IIC2; Le was TO years ode : }! I do: not think: ; there will ever be an- ? : "\Y.--:: ... . . . . 1B.'iikbrrry ', l-'r"i ..11 1 tu.l; .iuit t'f t .. Ii: 3,1 Rp' "" '1't..
.. .- .\Vir.c: . . . 1 :1' V.V'i-V 1'\. '" .". .,... '..
bu'us! pullfr] i >:p and rd. .. '1. I r I: ;Ke Tii iu-irteen months later Janujary !; other joss hou.-e: in tie city. :---y \\. ::: . 1._ ., FAMOUS : .;

and pn tt- fr.').-r, t-x), ;iar. my uncle! bad bnn-ji j| 1:; Iv:::;. His address was' a nisLM !I|I Ii ... ._ ._. _.-, .; :,.t'. .._.- 'n",._..".-, . . ; ,, .. .
i i i : : : 76" RYE
of fo'i'-r: and and pine !! with a peroration that : ': : :-: :. ::':: \\ .: : . . '
and p d'"- dry gras ; )!'a':fJf.1 :, A Marion County Man in Trouble at

of the 8Uaw. thrown .:.',.> ':::e wel. and brands i ibroiH!.: a :una of appau.sELin.- i|: Dania. **

that if of tr!: dropp- '. onto tba and the1:'co'.r.: h<* i v.rlfn his: address. and d-:-I I -
|: The good peorle of: Dana are art s' ,.LI
onle whomasa: t--: .. 'J) !blaze; ai.d ?pout ; .. --r-1 i: !i.. a olce which! not many: ;'; 'fT1 1\1 0
ran jiou? to a"cpra"J'' ''t. o. !
1 final .-* the c-irbin on' i i" vfea follows:; : i .. K10SQ ilea C
l !In fiat. ; ? --: :: I .. .. > j O.
i i J. P. ..... until; ,r"- ,--rrl,1 j ll. Ling cr
fir act 1 bumoat.: : 'T::,:, :. thrr well : "F'j.:' .-. 'rjr'and sever years aeoifafra : I, .
business man of That: town ji \
GhldonlHeT.l Cir...J j :in, anc: :.:" uncle had the bat rj'- !: brought forh upon Jhisj i
i iI I Mr. Nix was in Dania :as: Friday ,
arif'ff th- !1.- p' > of rN't; hack f" <::*:l-i.t a new nation: coaveivei: i iz'1 ''I
but disappeared: mo=t myteriousiy U-" i Ocala Florida
I I- tr."- we: a:,-i the w-.olfr: : tbing: :: .;-,- ; ar.d 'ledieated to the! proposiivL : I e
that day and hay no: been hear.; I II
t..j 1 i.'j I "\ a- uir a V>y ane t:.a' all:J ir.en are crested e':!'Ja: I! >
from "inr'Fthat : ". .
: IT: )'1" Xix wa
of thlalchurch t.rr.Hit r 1 r- : .-:;. :Jf-C .fa-) rvirio'is and I N;)a'. ,,'>r are engaged' in a great civils:: : the..to 5- ; I >
treasurer;; a:; i it alleged.!:
; I '.. 't':';*: .r :. '.a .'-'l aii-J! rr.1)7 .1d" aa.'g, : ;;'he' her: list nation or ,1
; "hat when he disappeared certain: oil \/ fcfa &/ fr NVIIVVV'I
KrninIna [ .4 K found :.- .'!." iKifojr.: of 'hat a.y: La'l: JLo conceived! and 51) ceiijca'i. :: t ;'
ihe town funds; also ci-appeared. _
( 4"- and I ::. 'rahsrr ;:,ar':i'::: 1riv- 1. ran ]JIJ r.: encure.Ye are itRt: re'
I Th e : :
.! the Mlj lOt 1. !Jg! .):' ;It-ee: 'ri I! :, ;;nat F or. a crr-rat;; battlefield] of that war. We ;: ; Rev C'lidoni's; Statement.The .. I
-' --- -
iin circuiarioc. the g"r-.i --
1 given by \ io' :
.,, the tktjlltaliaiJ rt ,' K -1'ig o- f T.at W'-i.: I firriedL' :.5'G ':L--- rj dedicate a portion of ; .
\ man who now appears to be a fugitive : ;. : ..,,<
f Qhtdan "J : hf t''J use aa v.at"rr : t-a.' 5'i: as a final re=:iii? place: ; for ; Tampa Tribun- July:; Iv Con ..)... -4.' : ..ti.., '. ,...". ,11'
!hat are cot: ;good and many anxiouscreiitors -r; _1 s'L
r -.L-h flr' .. juuds, j.d :-:> aunt Lo-e:; ->'. :.r) here gave their lives: tha: j jh ;! 'ans ti- : >:llowli..f: : -ij--c.al from 1 J I .
&r:' also iaqurric: ? as the.of \i. ,'C" -
3 1 for it2 and live. Ir. i '.. ,
City i.- ri!il'| / a f.r r.at.on liJgat is"altogether ; .r..
t1 I' :')ca lOn ib : late town treasurer. !! E';<: :;.-;o GLidon:, r.rrii.'r pastor; in i IT.., I ;
# 73 tLfj;-. .. of f.r.i.2 and: that should: :co |'! .-
nubile K w-& --r -! my proj.tr we ': ..t)"
H- has a ;-Te, and children: in Dania': -!: of rr
; = < harge the Italian' mission: in Tam ; i-
I conm r. < ?.1" ., .n -; ;.1o>>pLa'r bekar. : h.But in a larger Cen.e, we ca n- ; e.: .T '
are left almost penniless.i :: l; :, \ q ri
dirt c a' a.j' :." .' feet and wa.olid; :; r.:.' df-'iica'e. we cannot consecrate. I jwho IJ:a. is in Xashville at the Methodist"aining :"!jj.. i S

II his en 't"? t-/t, ..fhe w-:: I have i in ;:.-.- (rar.no hallow; this ground. Tbe i j. His disappearance is shrouded inmysrery. d : sch oL Shown the copy: of thtrituH .,' \', r ... 4

I the tail past ?h--- .-'ars done v..-y much (,:d' ._- rna J living and dead. who ; that It became' knows on Friday arrest.Ts ; : of recent: J date containing! the ''.,'"".\\-.::t'' ,,1....... ... ".,
II warrants were out for his ; i?.alt .. .
u (Ntfp [lr'I'J,+'('Unr ::. '.h.e: pebb: plvx-phate n'ruazled: here, have consecrated it "s and it is surmised that certain clost-:1! : tatemrnt of the; Methodist ministers 1_. .. ?, .tiib....,.\!_-! u ,j L. .

p Nae flft.il !;. i !- ::0 1' -: county, au-1) b'-en in far above oar pr vfr to add or detract. !! .'. '' : 5"
I friends gave him a tip and that he': r egarding his affairs in Tampa, heeclared J 900 ',.. :1':1'1. ..
the il* a.; uf thf ;,- .' mint- The finestund The world will:: :little; note, nor ions ;'i ducked. Officers watched the train '"" -- jl\, ... ., .

l lst .' of ; ] (;, that he would give out just h .. .' 'L
ut rt I ; pebble phosphate:; ; r-nei.oer: wha'xn :.say herbut it "
J | but he did not appear, and it !is '.a'- ,t "f
niallthaw l have .. r -.. 'J. i is at 'he old MylicHoward can !1f.\'lf forawhat they did here, i )ne more statement and would then .'. :: .I.-{ .. ..J
i I thought that he came to Miami: and t-: : 1tt. ,: /
fir I, a. and! in Adaru EichelberK ,,, It is for us. ti,j: living: rather: to be cj lose[ this chapter of his life. The: ./' \.r. .
went aborad the steamer for Key r.. .. :? .. \ i
j is follows I "-.J /... ....., .; .
In r., 0' Ka.:., aa fid! on Lon! dH: ( ar..tj here:) :he ciirlnished"work "tatement as : .' .
!' West.Every. ;- r-rf A
that Mv1h S'4 anp. a!. :* :.i my opinion; that I Inn wl.kL! : th: ju i0 fouzht here have "In Italy a second union, in the abfrnce ;' 1'V'} ,.::z." 7If.L :.1' j. ;..*- tit \
i effort will;!! be made to rap ,,1"30::" # ...' \ ,
(t < find ::1:i :'f r lnJun'y the bigI tL'Jb' far so: Lob': :.. advanced. It is SE of a divorce fro man adulterous ,. e.t '\ ,.. ,
Newt.Mr.. .. 1 tare the fugitive and return him tow.!; "ife, is permisisble without A....t... .."'. .. : .,., J '. ; ... -t. .I. I
t ? -t < < !" of phoi; phat'in the rath.-r: for !us TO b-- here d&dicat to being J ,=--- .... f# ,
this to face his accusers. --\1.- "! ,
county ;
}. Of > know thurear task ..na.:1: before l oked upon in the light of a reproach : .
noun \ : : ('ourst you : Il? : :: us: : i -- -- C" --.'-- ,- ,
Miami 1 Record
cHy. h*; tl.! T.- i in ..:. --j'iar! and crooked out i.(1' trial the., hoLored dead we: tap; i ince it is not ceremony: but heart jonsent j
Young Xix {--a--Pd several! woe h-
(t l t tHM t ruiipintni( ji-iii.-phatf! noticeable arSnniiay n.('r--a-e-i del'o'lon: *o that cause; fo.'j c E between the parties that
I less checks in 'caia for which he will CHAS BLUM &
('hejin'd Bl.! .rf at Silver Springs at which: they ga ', the :la.-t full measure !I I lakes: : a husband and wife my secod COMPANY
be tried. ,
t MonUfue, at the Myllc Howard plac.-. of devotion ;; 'hat we hire highly] r el j|i i iI 01[ union was "in the Lord (1st Lett.f Jacksonville

It HH tut ar.'i! ajca. ah" Elizabeth mines, and! si/ivr i ? tOOt th.:-- d-ad shall! nor. havejti j oi St. Paul to Cor. xi, 11), the first Fla.

a1 ih- '." : .): Guni; Swamp.: Well! the :>'i in vain : 33: this: ; na:on underhall |:| Of the "Days of Auld Lang Syne." : Aj ife having been put away for scrip- '-.- --- -

Th.- ::1Kit 1 '!i.t m : : --;:,ular <'') ;:>e, and in ,.*i. an-i i tha ':'1n =:J.t. of the: pv> !i[ pruminent. ,:in the politics of the state.'and "As soon as the tine would allow I John B Stetson University

=-t. i i'- n.'I'; ; trak 'htrb i pho.I .-- It-' -. (\y; the !p-o--; an-i for thp..o- |: W,=..l'J..' E throughout Florida *Le, I would have applied! for divorce I II .

ftf Klorf I I' .1',. ;,'.' :\1')' .: I'i The;;- P.- -Lall; no J i-rl-L! rr.r; :.,,:, ear-i.." ,[ as a ree.l fl: :.& *'s.v democratic: i inexcutivc this country, and would have conijnr.fd Four I'll"i.: .j'.,1\ 1 l\r, I r ft"tl|| 41 :J-.( '" ,iB, /

mur,- a1 !I.\; f : S;>riHL'-. tl'iui Spring V";...!i M!:. !.::.clii: na-i f.nishe.l!, :- : : commitvleft: j Thursday: fom'njn.g to the requirements here in' v. L.\ \ 1 i. ll-t > KIl l \

went h< I IL; ,. :> a:, i m :::> of the bt2.i".i \C. ..,. ... ,_,"" ..". .., .' ..U. ., .,. ..r.,. ,. .'..L. "" r...a.I'. i< ;. for Jackouvi.where. he ,r-card to the marriage formalities.II I' roM-l .*d with the l'niV WtV' Of ChicH-:.,

in tun Iiliin x't.-i' ,_ _,' '. ; ;?oto FT'i'1.t. (,7'i; aurrlvtrsary: ofh" The conduct of wife OF LIBERAL *
> : fo\: wf-rn OI :!( -- aj'lr": -i..f :: :." L3..i {l l."r' my and her i ii'irs. ARTS-Tt ran-' ,
,, ,
tbi! > 1 -. '. li>- ", -i-.i'.i': ac'ior. .. : .: I :>1 je I _'.C ..::. : : !,:!1- ? birth wi'h his !i':f- Ion? friend: and: a prey'n*( ,! ail of this: and T.ersty of Chicago. Stoton'B: ere ,ual. 1. t. 1\ .;;

:t E| .. : : 1 1J.; ;;..-.ir i and! bll' : v.'ur.id:: ; .' ; > u. i..i-"e fallow:; ver.-ran ut' tbe Indian: war, Mr.j: ]l&r'-d! my h OI f::5. I I! Stetson and Chicago. StthtCh; ai-IJ :11..j i *;. t a
': '
ta:. prU t-- r ..' vs, ,- v.1 1 al:! v-q..tiuuf. IT: --I.: aisd -:1' :. :'11'. :: -. MarCap': T'jck'-r and Mr.I "Th'reason for my.il: "-iiC'ii r1-- COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduau-; r !, r : I.
.. .. .
tin 'h.tf i i ,III t. .:... -. !L. "o La ''--- i. frwi'I'ten : -r<: ='-l'j: :> r;= and romraies in 2:;.Tl j '<} my: ]T.a.an 'union' .- r :3::t-y : ,-, [ice law in Honda witLtvit t-xal.IU': .', -

chI: I 11E :-', ,. .: .. ;q ."" '1',1',. Tl..1' : .... '.' .::j.n..r- .." '. :<-:" ;- r"j.f.-" ':. :.i'r:: 2.n."j!'!! ('lJr.ft:,. !fir.. ;:r.d'r-ta:.<::. V/iif-n; I fir-t! ci.;<- j COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND

In d'fa' % h 1 ;. ... n.: .. ;3--t-:: ...:: :-J. .. !.: :;." ,_< '.T--n: t- i"r.- i :Stataiii:; ; the picci: > i-<\ n'ii ''l.r!.: a=, if) whaeffV:' i'rridtrIi -. ;.Iehanical, Civi!, Ef'tnf': al 1 Enu: : +, ; :: I! SCt--L, : :: OF MEh ,t4tlCx w '

t : \B; $ ;" !. .,\: : j L
't li t j I \.1 ,' .." d : .:.; ; ::,. o if thI. .': ':: ..: .... ':' "..' '. .-.-. ?P-IJ 1 a mo.-t; |j/Hrrf]! : r-.o different from my own and COLLEGE OF BUSlNESS-Ba Ul41.l4u. .
,-. a !. ; rill + 1.1 N .f" :' d.r c"j"n-i r: ; :. :.\', i : .. -= ; ."ar;:in i?:p ,,:;rring! I did:: i.'V wi-h to hinder 'JF: fencei ;; ; *:.-.-. by best methods:. Shorthau-l and .Ils: 's i t ,I t. I :

l !.!lik I t-I') Ti:... I ;ui: r'rya : I ; : ..;;: .:r.:\ : .::f ao <:::.'1 ::'::: o\''r V :hr- id:-.-:irn. j j"A" 1 other I>erJart1D>:nt"" Large : T} >" -, i 1-: ( \ .
Faou.y .
a ajftht .. -:,.,. .. ,, :::3.:1 'Lt. (" ,! :. :"'!. I.f f ,.' and (- ,' .i 'Ht! < b.
: wa, ; C" f.a ( .: :! go !; >::.: ,: f ';" : ; ; :: ;J "rUf lat, '' L-r. lay: v.-ife act>' r 1 a.- PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduj

thitfUr :. I :'n .. ; : ,'. a:,:. ?he: '" :>!1. Yale! Princeton ; I.ar, ,1: r. .
I .1 ": ::iu O. : : : ': : t. : :::!: ::-CJ'l: : ray -rplr-xi'y :; 5ncrea-ed.: My' Cornel;, 1iic h
:;za t. Chit ,,
l Iti wi J ,:\ '. ..1'! tl'h';( '_ sand? :. : ..: !' :.. :.: .::'- ." ., :: rDF ',. '. I" :i.' T :,.: : : :: :. :. .:. ;- i:aterin my: own salvation !5iri2st: i> NORMAL AND MODEL ;: a.: :all: f.-- ., t
.&$. 7 I' \\.IS .. I 1'r tn'I t-r: ...C.- .' .. ;. .. .-. ;'.- -. ., ;. 'i -. f ,i d 'ha: I put her away, vhiifthe! :in- mg. 2. Primary and Grammar -" K :.. (' ,,,, : I. .H 11 '

cf efl9Mf : .. ., "l1J h : .' .. :.' : .-;,;: ,. 7 -..r.- < : H- School In ",. ;,;, ,I ; t" : '._ rn! '
; I : !! lanlln t: : : ': :. :. : :. .. : tt-!'f-r ;n.ft:- honor of my: children! i i E especially] prepare Public School l teaches

b< 0Kr .i'; ;,:\,) ,! :!h', G' 1:' S: r".1n :m.! na'lr v : 4' "ko ,,,r ', t. ..vru ..0 n ai.-. caving served a:::, i the! r-jnra'.lon: of 'b" church'iz: MUSIC SCHOOL-A $1'I' ,
bI +o
t21isl1pttt ft' 11 ja' i t:,'" I.w. :itntl if : 1c,1rz 1 ?.ail tht; 01.'" ht- wrotf* t -"" thrr-*. yearin "he Iudn: war and 2re .. -.. .! ;.<1' I :,':stair: : :" 1,: ]... :nz: :"jidit: ?. large faculty, ppe 111"(111( a I;" !. i .

Cj t ,: ;,Ia :. :. .:. an,! ;. !: ;. a'r.." "..."h'-r i of f.v- -()1> uL. '.: >-:] :ii, ,. ,.1'. : a.ii! a half: :in : r.>- -.1:! vr ato -'- -.. !, .. : ':'::.:Z : a. :'. .' .r', ..f, .:: ART SCHOOL-Xew thorough; courses of ., ,..j} t.
Hwattfuioclrctl H,, : .'. -,11': > (,:" .. L! :., 1 : : --j.-f. r. ':.i'rz: [ : 'r. : : :' .t :.:.l ;, lsfLicie : '; .. ,:. :." :. ,'.. Stctatn: : has a faculty to. Costlv lh.' riot(..., f

,,rd ,,, .. '. j" .. '. '. .. .. -- 5 : j of 4' protl.55l1f, aId I In-tru.
I :
: 1' r'a ;!t''St.- \Ir : ::n" :: : '. .. .. p- -- 5 .. :.' :r realize the j grees from the 'I.r- r
rj tbevtel ." \ ', .T >> srre.i, -jt ':. :". -- :.. :' ,, ; .. ;. :.. :. :. .. :.- .:. .. .;.- :. -: .., ': .: .. : .. --- :-. .:, ,. .'))! ol my rnnid, and the con Toronto, juke ForEst of Cldcago Ban ar,!. Yait". I Itam it I I
: Loui\'i.le
tlwore i.. P' '" ,unary.r-K-l; leaves i yo-i are the mo-her of fivjon? rvho Tribi1l :: :" ,I!z "n.ooij:! ?' of riiy heart: as to'I' of 1ichigan, Dennison Bow Jun: I 'traht. "*."; 1
$ ler 'MM] us ili'T: big. b .. .' ': .: .si>rhi-s.: f..J.\ ? died g'oro"ily: : ?:h' fx.of: C :.:" Tuc ,<': .... a" ar on... T :!I," ,, ':, .'.r, !;!.y d'ryv=. .an:. every step. I'1|' bUildings and equipment: other rnirjtJ' ", There> art) u't ,

i iav1$ be If > 'ui'd Hi.: :. Ton this Mr.1: 1.:,,;' ,< I .--.-; t-w "l -al;: .::.i! fr:. ;>" C. :L" :: uf rl.'& : G: : :.": : :.1' (J : .r.'i: ." \ : r i 1. : ; Jeer consistent it'j endowed library of ; nearly! a guar t r'r ?":iifJtt du..ar! : HA : .

nit te$'u -l! it F.ir ; ', ].., ', : ,. ::." ': ,, ,'. 1-: rplexi-1 : over 13,000'olumes ; a l L.,,: 'Jtiful
can tr to ts.uitv--iht. !! .T ( in.; v.'urlgiiri :- : : ;. .. i.'i' :. ..arged to the P :: rash,ngs, including c baJll'l a hh: \ "

I h'ive '.' '. .. ., ', : .' :, .- ;' :. .. stained glass w-fndoa ;: 0:1: ,
years j:I: ': I. r iiv :i'-': ) : :.. ; gad days in my life. My j ji organ ; a Gymnasium with appara' paintmp a $1' I -M'

and na\ial; : conditions In Fiuiiiia. 1 sear lur a iuss ho ovenrneimitg i vr u gentiy oy Father Time. !lnN; iin (Jol. who) is to be mv final 1 j! turning track, tennis complete :', ; encl"H! I A'L' i .' I
courts I
One ti| enfl'ltil! t. opinions and ready but I refrain: from .T ,.' diamond
am u.y cannot teL:-; 2"I ming, golf, rowing and other and eritiirotii : b(:s1 l !, > \ t'JI,
health, IJ to back ::: -.;I with irrefutable; proof. i ii.ii to you the consolation: : :'Lich: n.ay: Fins Brood Mares. I ten large laboratories for Chemist sports ; se.parate buUdin) rill' 11..1ahj \\ '::1.,.,

came at Your friend, L. four.! .:. the thanLs: U: ti.- r-j.. .. A Memsrable Day j i Biologj-; several large aa'd Physics, Ba cten; ,',"g r. MiO: Ta':".'v .. :

f New Llf ALBERTUS((. T lie: t-y: (Ltft(; "o >a.. -.. pray that o ..rIi We have just gotten in a car load' One of the days we remember with 1{ steam heat museums shops ; electric lights, ek-ctnr _
of the finest brood cement walks
brought| shell
that cut a\f-i'.y: Fu'Lt-r! ; Measure, as well as with profit to our j roads, broad
1 t i&y aua;ti uet to the state and to see them Is to adh!: is the which shrubbery and trees; social avenues, spacious car ;. ,
and leer; one on we became 1 literary
If Harry Orchard would t"ommitmur.I..r t anni=h of your bereavement anf5.a 'mire them. We will sell them at j lecture musical and other
i at T1'dLi acquainted with Dr. King'sSew courses; Christian nd ftttutetts' riot\ .< r'd-
for 'f l1'I' he would lie for le'sIT !"': 1r you 01:'.:: the ('r.-r.st :.>>"> very reasonable prices. Come and and Life Pills the painless purifiers I lifuJ ana healthful and the not sectarian teachia g. The "Uon is t.. a J

( : nut cr.iral'if! for a sta'e: to u: : h.* !luvt ii! ;ciad the !.,.-'. hId T.- ]- laok l: them over at hat cure headache and biliousness. For aaPens are low. ,

n.ai.f ',ti 1':1" >:" :; of such cr,'aturt.-- rx: pride: ::La: rill.-: '.,- \'j-r-: t.i :.:,', 1IAPJON FARMS STABLES, I and keep the bowels right 25 cents; I catalogs, views, folders and information, addreq :_
xx Ocala, Fla. a 1 Tydinss & Co'a. drug tsore. JL LIXCOLX ilia Preradt nf.
i HULLEY I 11D. tiu.
i 1 Lt. D., De..and Ftl\.



T; !'- iL i-11 : ......... ... .--< ""-. ..-_. .'.--.......,..,.....,,.,...-. .---:::::-'-[''- .- -:.--' -:' : ,. "R? : ...'", --''' c..:,. .:1 '-::'::.... n-"-:' -. .;'. -" ",'f;:" ': : Y ? ;!/'; r _' ___
r. ; =- : ;. '- '
l. .. :i7' :-1Y.- : ;
-- '
J _, :: '
.. : ---'"' 5 .<"" '" : 1.: ..- .>... !!
:> ; :
-. ---ry. -""" -- "' =""' ;-.'" """ F ,._ 4-1. % 1 :-2 i...c... ''''' <. .. ....,. ,






-- -

Mr.: G. M. Sponsler and vufr of Beautiful Moonlight Picnic ENJOYING A LOG FIRE.

Local and PersonalSara Muskogee [. T., have arrived in Ocala H. B. MASTERS TO H. B. MASTERS COMPANY The nights: are now very beaut.fai.

Yellowstone Pars, Wyo.. July 15:
i and will make this city their future ,|: Special to the Ocala Banner: ,
: Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. home. Mr. Sponsler is Mr. Hugo'i iI i present a more beautiful picture than
We arrived at Yellowstone Park "ii i itrance
I Russell's brother-in-law and will i
II I open TO THE PUBLIC : the soft and mellow rays of the moon ; at Gardiner. Montana, Saturday -
I.a market in the city market building ;
Mr. Rentz says the fishing is very !: on the first of August. The mercantile business of H. B. Masters at Ocala, as they fell athwart the typical waters I afternoon, and this is our tluni

fine now at Seabreeze. of Silver Springs we have a night in the Park. We are stoppingat
Florida, will in future be conducted under the name of ,
I "Old Faithful Inn." a quaint log hotel
The Odd Fellows held a very in- H. Masters: Co. combination of the silvery moon and .
Noting tOO fact of the excessive! with mammoth old-style fireplaces
teresting meeting Tuesday night and A corporation has been formed and created under this the silvery waters. Then added to
"hot wave," trade in Ocala may be i with a big log tire, and it feeb

eeusidered good I initiated two new members. After'I name and to which all of the real estate, personal property this picture are the gay gondoliersand quite comfortable.We .

.r I I3tr. which Mr. Jake Brown with his us- and assets of the mercantile business of the said the mirth of laughter and the will cross the Continental Divide

music of The following are
R. D. Mixson of Fle>:iington I ual thoughtfulness invited the boysto Masters at Ocala have been transferred and conveyed. song. : tomorrow morning. We are tolii!
his store, where he cracked cold the names of a jolly lot of young
was among the Ocala Banner's that snow fell there for three hour
The officers of the H.
Plea.s-I new incorporated company are: Ocala who enjoyed a picnic at
people I
am callers bottles of ginger ale and passed out this morning. The natural wondersseen
I imported sardines and crackers all of B. Masters, President; W. E. Clark, Vice President: B. the springs Monday night: I here are beyond imagination

Mr. Ben R. Chambers passed thro' ,i which were duly appreciated.The A. Weathers, Gen'l Mgr. and Treasurer, and E. J. Crook, Misses Ella Camp, Willie Camp, I and of course my power to describe,

label Knight, Alta Pearson Marguerite
Ocala yesterday to join the "ilcln- so I will not attempt it

tom colony" who are speaking the ; Atlanta papers say the pres- While there is a change from individual to corporate Porter, Lucile Standley, Sara Davis -'I The bears come up near the hotel

ent "dose" of hot weather Ruth Hudgens Carrie Pelot and
is the
most Wrsaw
the garbage.
week on Lake Weir. ownership the management remains practically the same every night eat
I II severe we have tad!: in 23: years. The Messrs. Dempsey Mayo, Mala Haugh- six last night.
and the solicits continuanceof
I thermometer at Macon and other cit- new company respectfully a ton: Charely Gray, Will Adyloue, I We have just come in from seeing;
Mr G. B. Tankersley the "John!
t Dee"' of the Coleman section was a ies registered 101. It ranged aboutin the same generous patronage as was accorded to the Clarence Meffert Witherspoon Dodge i the "Old Faithful" geyser play, witha

the same quarter here too and business under individual ownership. Richard Dodge, Marion Pelot and i searchlight turned on it. It shoots
visitor to the "Brick City" Tuesday
and Wednesday. Ocala people complained of the heat H. B. MASTERS CO. Frank Harris. I boiling water and steam 150 feet high

I I being unmindful of the state's reputation By B. A. Weathers, General Manager.: I Mrs. Lee Miller chaperoned the gay I about every seventy minutes.

for always having cool, ul-I, I party.: the Park until Thursday
Mr H. D. Baasett. the popular man- I We*will be in
I I The ride to the springs was enjoyed I
1 nights ------ --- ----
try --
ater of the Bradley Brothers' phospfeate I -- --- night when we will proceed to
I i to the limit and when the springs San FranCisco -
mines at Floral City, was a An Enjoyable Evening Mr Solomon Benjamin of Atlanta take in Seattle Portland
Hon. W. J. Knight member of the I were reached a launch was secured and spend J.few
tMui&0aa visitor here Wednesday. Mr Marcus Frank the! senior member and :Mr Simon Benjamin of Jacksonville I' Salt Lake City
legislature from Citrus county, and a'\ and a trip was made several miles days in Western Colorado, and
ot"the arm of Frank and Hams are in Ocala to attend a meeting :
member of the commission to investigate -i down this wonderful and romantic I We havinga
Mr. N. B Rhodes of Tampa after I gave a chicken pillau to the members : of the Ocala Ice and Fuel Company ; I then: start for home. are
and audit the Indian war claims I I I stream. Returning!; a lunch was fine health.W. .
I a loot illness, died Tuesday night. of the Pulaski Club at its club rooms The members held a preliminary fine time and in
was in Ocala Thursday, and was met I 'I spread songs were sung and a delightful W. CLYATT
1i1>**. well known in Ocala and the last night and the evening was spent meeting yesterday and will finish up
by a number of gentlemen who have! evening was spent.
.eciw of his death will be regretted. I most delightfully. Besides chicken, the business today. ;
claims against the state for services I The gay revellers returned just a Junior League Picnic
and other I
there were fragrant cigars
I I rendered and supplies furnished the few minutes after midnight. The
Th hack and livery business in I good things on the bill of fare. I Mr. Elmore Davidson who has beenin Mr. O. L. Booher. one of our up-t"-
state during the Indian outbreak of night will long retain a place in the farmers residing three miles Oil'on
Ocala has more in proportion I for his date ,
crown Ocala some days having :
1857.. Death of Claude Wilson memory of those who formed and good frien-i!
.. taaa any other business. It is a mystery II Cadillac auto put in good shape left Orange avenue a
Little Claude Wilson the 15-months pleasant party. "
fA of all, especially the children ga\
all thrive well
how they so for his home at Leesburg yesterday.
There will be quite a large gather- old child of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Wilson the Ocala Junior League a most -iilightful .,

I ing of Baptists at Lake City today. II at Griner Farm died Wednes He went through the country so we Snake Killed Horse. picnic out at his home yesterday
Mr and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer suppose that the Gas Engine Works
Those going from Ocala are: Rev.C. day night after an illness of several Recently a large rattlesnake was afternoon. There were about
for their regular summer -
taft Tuesday put his machine in good
outing Th.y will visit. New I C. Carroll Dr. S. H. Blitch, Rev. weeks. The remains were taken to killed in the office of T. B. Hendrick'slivery thirty children and there were grea.swings :
F. C. Edwards R. W. Irwin and oth- I the Oklawaha cemetery for intermentRev. for all. Mr
York and othtr places before they Mrs. C. A. Laddon who has been in stable on Massachusetts ave- ; and amusements
re.1 rs. The purpose of the gathering B. L Hull conducted the funeral I I
tarn. I the city for the past few days on a'' une. Before the snake was killed it bit i Connor manipulated phonograph
is to look over the old university the I
services at inclnd-
grave. refreshments
I visit to her daughter Mrs. J. M Dell. two of Mr. Hendrick's horses one of i and there were
buildings and determine whether! Mr. and Mrs. Wilson have the sympathy -:I of ice-cold milk
Miss Ruth Hoggins who has been I Jr., left yesterday for Worthington the animals dying from the effects of; ing an abundance
they will accept the same and establish of all their neighbors in the!I
ta Oral for the past fortnight :visit- i Springs, where she will remain for the bite. The other horse was made The Juniors had a most enjoyabletime
another Baptist college in Florida. of their little boy, in which the
loss three
tag br aunt. >>rs. L. James Knight I several days, enjoying the baths. very sick but finally recovered. The and on their return gave

in Gainesville Ocala Banner joins. discovered it had rousing cheers for the hospitality ,'tMr.
Nurntod to her horn terrific electric Gainesville Sun. negro man who a
We had a most I
Tu** storm Sunday, but as far as we have Dr. William Anderson. who attended :
Robertson had a him but failing to insert its fangs.
in Acting Mayor .
ascertained no damage was done of Elks at ,
board the great gathering I Mr. John D. Robertson is putting;
of the
M r S A Fort member told that i string of offenders before him yesterday Monday another snake of the same
but have
the city, we has returned home. He
Philadelphia fence around his piaonext "
into nice iron
(commissioners was I killed at the eiectric light a t
of k"4 'inf and assessed them such fines variety was
the residence
a lightning bolt struck I back with him a quantity of I
brought Oklawaha
railroad a\
+ I\ W..tn..d.y r<> meet Mrs. Fort of Mr. Thomas Phillips in the Fellowship from other lodges which will that they will have some respect for I plant by Mr. .L. W. Fulgham. A col to the on

wli# VIM returning from a visit to and did considerable badges i the ordinances hereafter. His fining red man who was gathering wood enue.
section the Ocala lodge and kept
th..ir married daughter at Da .tOI1L damage to the building besides giving be given souvenirs.to The badge the doctor : one of the offenders $10 and costs for picked up a log under which the

as snake hiding the reptile did WANTED-To buy from 50 to _"\I
met with general approvaL was butt
I overdriving
members of the family a
some I deal of attention -
attracted good
Mr I' \. Trt"ol"r.tlt"! popular merchant -,I wore a not strike. It was found to measure acres land in Florida in health;

t -,f Q.eU\\l'w.! tray to Tuesday considerable hhock. I : so much so that the Philadelphia I five feet and six inches, and had nine place where stock can be raised and i
I hold of it and i
and aiteadwi the meeting of the Elks A note to the business manager of newspapers got accountof: it. Nearly all the stored wvr closed! : rattles and a button. As the electric where there'is plenty of fisb.d.i-

last Olght- He reports everything in I I1. this: paper from Mr. Durst says that I. contained pleasant: ., 'lelTV ,Ili'r0i' \f."r !la": inti"v; .!l.I.:1". : : :"iirht i plant is in close proximity to I dress. with terms. price. etc. E. Le+-

., an quiet and p.-ac.-tul. Tht'i, I Sot v:tin-'and[ Ii-r \ : ', :H...ndnx stables this snake was Bradley, Ala. 7-26-wir
B i w :
\1.! D. ,
Washington. :
in 111 '
his party are now > :b'n .' ',,,;: ',; .4. ::1. :..,: .1.i: : ;: 1 II' I
wboui1I i open Si P(. I.E C., and are having a most delightful r njll\ ay:): the mate of the one killed .

; .
time barring the hot weather. From !

E Am.** the Ocala Banner's welcome going to Bain-: -.,1 .....snakes while not numerous. i iI
they are
Washington '
,. I
i FISHEL'SSpecial
rtgtturs on W*lnsday was Miss Leila already ".....n ..: .' 'i. '1.. .if-: r 'ieutly found in the woods. l
more. The party have I!::' :...
rf WlUisujtt. She was a resi..t .. r in town is hard to I
Joas -
1 and! JJ : ;presence
ud the: sights at the exposition sa ... .
Ocala aoaw years ago '. : U is thought that the two !
all right. The party c. n' !.::;
hey are .. :lt
of ;; -
hat many pieaaaat rw U ctions I sUits of Mr. and Mrs. W. S, DurMrs. --. '. ...".''- .:' -2 -'aped from a kind of Florida !! Sale

our hate o"vTa Miss Mary Irvn ,UK! <; --= t.V" 'I' '1.'hicn was located in that
I Ella Irvin "'....to 5tJl..D j1? .t -Lakeland News. I
Hattie Carlton.Mr. .fiI.J
eUy .* enjoyed a 13Uss .
you_ i of Mrs |! :< s' of .'G ..".
at the hospital homt Accident to Izlar. ;
party C. J. Grace of Evinston paid .- I
alcbt. The party r tti :
Jack tamp l last short call Wednesday. He had M FIRST AND 11.' '' L. T. Izlar happened TOi

giv.B in honor of M s. Camps and young Miss a misfortune of losing a mule by Caning n .,trf i.re an accident Sunday ai-- Enameiware19C

1r1 gn -t Miss Willie Camp. several weeks ago whil Bata I : !J ft ;."LsA8fJ ..,..,....i. 'J iy a hammock in which hetntng :
FraBlUiaVa.Ur $
Ella r..p.iJt eying his melon crop. Mr Grt-: '. fj3 1 \\1 '.. an afternoon siesta ;
the arv'!"!n*>n .. :
merchant of went up to Kendrick (;, "a vrh him. it is not known
Rut a

W !'mdai fWHh*. has been arrested on war'rant in search of a suitable tract ,'r.: :aa.! Mean S 8 made to all who t."' :ow the accident occurred
and W' i .
and sworn for a fall vegetable crop Hi Me; fastenings pulled out ort
rmm.inHt tioate him hv his wife for non taJie another tilt with melon- .'. buy or wear them. In style,! Ih- 'jecame untied. At any rate

mf turned over to'Mirny year. Mr. Grace is one of :111' itsuccessful ,v II'IL I M->), Izlar returned home she
HILt will b* ease and durability, "Shield Brand Shoes"toe
authoritis. farmers in this seotu trtdoesn unt; n: mayor lying prone upon then
V,tlust$ '- the mark of perfection.SOLD
hr fa.:, !: .
t include the word i '"'' tn't: unable to move. He has I

oavtetd of r!ieVlbrt vocabulary.Mr. ': quite severely
W Day I.
Heart .. ': afternoon Dr. Izlar, who is
,.1 B. Wren la Tamiat M. C KISER CO. Manufacturers. a

lIlur.r moat _I'Ve. lift ,"n- I and Mrs. J. L. Hudgl"llt..o: : : ATLANTA CA., Weir, was notified. The i iI I Value 35 Cents.

'pipe rime pPntteatfarTte! I family and a party of friends ir' ;:: i9 ,u the estimable gentleman !
-ute xs Far Sale by
she t .
n I
1 11'e' ruled rhu :Us Fellowship neighborhood who ;.t i- n..r he will soon be himself
having MARION! SHOE Y. i
.,??'. ?? mr with ba't'anl i lw-n pending a couple of
+ 10 awrdaaci ,
tru.i 't ::
camping pass
i Salt Springs J u* I
on their :- '-:"i Alderman. !
Ii- pror'or 'f I'e- Ocala Thursday Mr. Carroll an
J ,
road the attri a"..... .: ir.rtirpaWnt aouie T'.l' Y report having .'nt't' ': !, J I. R. Mocrhead, D. S. Woodrow,. .
3ru. iW;tDC Besides 'In; :ii1:- "' ..
"f I!m vart@ty lira' n'b' the trap immensely r'- : -lection held yesterday to se- [ President Secretary.

.aBaaar were hr ,tor L'nag : wlves..h're were other tamper-.ti' .: ,-t"r successor to the place made S. J. Potter, Gen. Mgr.
rnrichdti -a-: ,":-)- they! did not lack for soi 'ty. T i."* grant by the resignation of Mr. I
'j n of this !firm o caush: a good many :sal:; and f:' '-u I':..ar.es: K. Sage on the board of al- ;

.if HUM: I Marioi ) ) '
hp the: springs all hat have been claimed ) 1'iite a number of votes were polled. CEMENT SIDEWALKS

UffuH' \ndt"niUl1au'\ 1':1.1: for them. These outings from a The candidates were Editor R. R. i Dealers in

,. Mla>. *. N. C. near T"y,'nT i Faith point if from ho other. ought Carroll and Engineer J. .R. Mcorbead. LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers

1' v tl.l frequently by our I Ipeopl The stood, Carroll 49 Moorhead ofCONCRETE
,:". *.UJtI0'; !the deli to: be taken more I HEADQUARTERS vote ; i

I :u'4t... ,..ry much I I' .:1 ?: l. Three votes were not counted BLOCKS,

ti J"n..n and bt.'sidH e. because trey. were not properly marked. PAVING MATERIAL

.. :WiiI'I'11: ,'ountn' the water is I Dr R. R. Snowden who has recently :Mr. Moorhead forgot the election -; FENCE POSTS, Etc.

n....;! n.tturaUni: ; a.lr I stared a chemical laboratory at American Wire Fencing, ; was in progress and neglected to : Estimates and plans furnished and
1 j..lbr..f'I.\y\ ."110' aDd pure.airacs Tuesday between
Lakeland; was in Ocala deposit his ballot. contracts taken.P. .

who live atleft: ; trains and barely had time to Sash, Dccrs and Blinds I 0. Box 956 Ocala Florida.
"' 1).. Munn of his many
oeala. say "howd'y" to a few A Flower far Prof. Workman
!J HIl'1. a taw miles from I Dr. Snowden started the Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,
whereof fri ndii.
gyr us y. Because he had already accepted ,
_cwt r tai' ipt"Bd for the remainder theumnter I I II! first chemical laboratory in Ocala Mill and Mining Supplies, I re-election at Ocala and felt in honor FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
Rill I of phosphate
tat.v the discovery I
ia their old home. : just before bound to stand by his acceptance.
,yfllletl" distinctive REMOVED In Ten :Days.Nadinola.
achieved a
I Iud
there. I and : Turpentine Snpplies few
have allay friends Principal J. H. Workman a days
Airy sold out and i
AI i and when he
a ..t delightful reputation ago refused an offer of S2oO better
they e&JWCt to !! went west it was a matter of very Improved: Fanning T c-os1'! ] from Lake City. It is now up to

ttaw I.I to our people. No manvho The'I Complcxioa
great regret Ocala to show her appreciation :n a _
.. be- -
frBeautifier a.n
I in Ocala was I
t Dr L s..w4ea of Lak land .: ever lived enjoyed the entire substantial way. She should promptly _. added by thousand

as yftterdaY, ieayi I loved. No man GET OUR PRICES raise his salary.-School Exponent. I at{meta and
ca" in to see of the people to a greaterheat : ..a te'
.u fond of CaldOft1& I confidence I gnraateed to remove
I tie $Tsw that the I
that 11. great and He is of the stuff I Fitly Poor Gene 1 E ill facial d." lon-
It I I
of. His I
ulna IlK to set pure of earth are made Come boys, let Brother Mathews tons and restore the
4..t"l ...,.. bat to bow that he is ,I beauty of youth. The
be has eotally friends are and his hare He
a rest.
nM I legislature
tart to narwa and congratulate the Mario"n worst cues in twenty days.: 50c. and $1.00
trot' feMaM ..... and a. pets.' back in Florida, in. possessing so Hardware Company did his best anyway, and you should it all leading hut stores, or by mailLr

alI4' M bait Wh*! his city of Lakeland: i not tease h !:!.Tampa Tribune. I I I'RamIIIY r !4TWVAi. TGJLEI CO., ,PITS. Tea.'i .
'worthy a
'_ t"" 4I n.f

9 .,- .t i

\ .

;! >C7 "''f--- ; ir.l. A. : .. ,' -: -- .
34 .. = !


il I '){1' "
ta)9 9f.J7J
.. *419i
: MJ..1:5 :less we..nor .
State VOSES.i prophets ; cough! contir.: -
hs.t ftaciang "

I .- -.-----. Ia.r. 5' .*:. tLe n:;t :E.a.-o' _ed ini less talentec than Wa: nuiteJ ein-i 4rTff .
h C:
FRAN HARRIS Et: : ':- '.:; ." ..:,:' :- ..-.: -o : .: : :E : : 5:'.: ': .'f ::'r son have s.r.sen in other pars cf tn.v Because your systerr xr.J

Ntltd P 1 S., "UI v..a .. ,' r".t: 'l.\iIl51'- : .:t.: of resistance weakened.
Lu.t- ;-:: ; C'.2.: .j5o5 -O :E :, c .: )' /. powers t, '
: your ;
.. ,- : :.:.v"i .g r.-- r. : ani t.- j
er cctssac-oc. cf tie rlgits 1. h
:: life i.2.rcrL pcrtrajea ui so:.i' '. .JJ 34 5rofJJEya :. : n. *GV =
and laws tD Take
:: ,fJIA LUntry.e :L- r, tx er y of the people out OT :. --

"j :' .:: :r :::. T ; ._:e azi _ameei. ,!
., ., : : r ; r iay c.: entire
: I fT'.4. : : : : : .Nren oit io ra in the hey builds and strengthens yo'r systerr., I
: ,- '.: :< ',:'t': .: :-C ?"::.lt':} the same pv. -': up
usefulness by
: .. -
Iti"y' :;--a a.;:. :: : : : : :: tir.r '
Oiland HjTophosphites! so .
+wFl : \.i .... -- _. ::. .a--" : : : ::,, iii"i seeks ro place shacklesr: S It contains Cod Liver '
:- .g= ": :?: :- ?!
"-. cr a gi.. or a :.::;'e :a Florida"Palatka Xe" 9 that it is easy to take and cay io digest; .
h .. prepared ,
'- ifJt ir_'; or inir.. a : er.
g7's. 0)
AND $i 00 .
w :- ,:: :- h.; J < -'. : : -' : : : .:, 3_,CK SOLDIERS IN DiSF .V0 R ADo.CCI5TS: : 50c.

t I ti- :,., --M. t..l:,,: yi.-o 2. ;":o : ./.i :. ..: :-.. :j .';::' :.. t 9999 Q 9 .

'. : I< .J a..c ,,'. :.,. ::,' : : Q
:.0 revival
COjfr :- :Ci. *. -.:.-: :- 1Ca :.. --.-:- ias been such a

OIIt .; .-; : 0 .: :n ',:s :',::":;. -. --- --
1 a jritfT occaan. ;t 'i;:: t-e rein race ; rr-.>o > ia this country of :l-re .
'5"1.a- ':0".1; 'i' l'a' 5 : FOR MALLORYt '1/hy Not Abolish the Written Law?

?I : ; : i -::.:t of :::;:.- !'l"-'i"5 SlG SOOST
= -- : : : lg"!,: : : !) = "
:0 ..f r,:.: : t .: : 'zi : Governor Vardeman of Iii; ,
1 f .t
I J ; : i :0 :7 ifa,-*? ;:. congress a!: .n ':, .- .': 2.: ::: = ', : .: : :: ':- ,' : :'. '..kes place: w.tho-ut protests frcni ::- Manatee Record observes thatSenator in the Birdsong case decides -;.1' a ';

.' .'.20: .:t-i f t.E' i :,:: : : _. g : ::. .g ::,5 ,: .. ::: >.:; r-tle: anc-ni wboni they are to Ier ) doesn't seem to beworried
.1 woman is justified ii. murderin: : t..r ,'
f t.. !'.:r ::an a :io:; :.j v(: -5 ''- :-.5o r- j.2j ::r in sirit. s.-1'iI quartered. much about his seat in tbe '.

1 :': .." c :. 7 \US!'. : l'.aJ z-. :.: tie E ypt an ani ecveT c i.n: in. thsani. r considered that we have> senate. He continues to saw wood I paramour if ht 2Irunk .an ; :c.,
'. '. f. : : : :i. : .: {J"' '." :.i;: 'i- ?. : ..r.a:: while the boys do the wind work." veals their relarioriV'hy &, r... ..:

iai nero reg-.ntents for more ._an aj j written law and r"p"n i ', .
f ';nsJ.{ L-ar S--:f! iO'd : .- .- :_: ::o : .'-r-\ cut o.f Senator Mailory !is not given toworrying the : :" ;:

.' generation: and. :'a: no one has tnaieI in hi> on tie unwritten !la'- ? Ti-r: .r
Fi. r or -! that
: i.m : : := :: ; :: :: :. : and he knows I

riM J- *.-. :.; f.' ; : Jx '.1: r'n. y,: fEI..E r:.',::;' .l1jr'.Iii :1a:' ; : .:.= :. : :",.,:' : : CT1' ser.cus ctjecti"n :J them until recently two terms as senator he has zealously } I f'uatrcould dispfnswith. rh- ,. ..t

: .. :. :. ;' n" .-! 3.. : r." : .: ,.:" \nloi ,: :: : !:-: : it will hare :o be admitted: tiu:: 1 done his duty as he always has lSFrt I : t. and congrea.-. --xtr ? r. -' ,'jr \ ,

I ''j VL .5 :'.5 i : : =- :a:. :. ::. :os L" no gre t progress has ten :dle issettling done in public life without any hoo.rav. legislature: judges c-ourt?. .-:.' :.sand .

I' --- TLr a:v-'".oerapiy of }Tr. M. T\". 0 :.-: :: a. .5 -: of : :er.es. tie. problem which rnrii,. or brass bands or press agents, police. while each man e:l( '-1

i. ; .' : j.t n.i&lIaL' ;. .'..' 0..;,.r.t !.-% '.:1 or.: !-2 rsat' Moses 'arEa.boc a : for fort:;J"thcar organizations into ;:?!... r-::inng: on his work for his record his own law and enforced i i- ''.' a

> 4M ,(" ::0 tt'. ':- Tre fid 1.r.1. tii:= .i-i-iir.czs 11a :- years in a srildemfesi and !:: critic 5 Cord: troops have gives a gooo 1 and. perhaps. a little too much on shotgun. Why waste all thi.- ,...Jr.y .

.1 ., t.ILt.. -. K iE ti'ri'L2r : naaiir c! ccr say if cis forward ani r trogradEjTecen <*t account of themselves under man?: the public knowing woo: he does for on a superfluous thin? likment :*- ;.. -::.

Hi'" -it' t.:: ::,: ti.d .'.::-=ii books ai.i : are eloirly: ituiiei it wj! : trying iiC'i :m.3.TOCi"'Sr have' the state. ?-World.

rL- of lirn: .:au: two asa ttr&eTo.Jic.ta oe fount t.ia7 :ci directl:; well in tie deserts about him a certain reserve -
Hit < r 4) .. Piy.a'La a:,r Msareiei and fought: There :is ;

to' i' . -.' u their, :.6: besides contributes more towar-i the spot, ie _CJ.: :o=., | of the southwest, in the rugged i that prevents him from going Editor Powell NauseatedThe

.f' I -: a IU JL'-. : *.han rarer haadre'i articles to Black- The soldiers: of General Joseph E,- mountains of the North in Cuba anoe .1 oat of tie way to proclaim his sew big Claude LA'Engler.a:.ra( '

it ocxi s Mafaz:: i jynnston think :a: ie was oof tbvery said of him bubble. which due :
K/K .l : in tie P-iLt}
,.,1 I. .a .:-: ::. \-:.r.l::: TC: of b e: the Soitrem Corifederac;f 'I lof, peace. when' the social factor' that this is bad p,liics. Perhaps so, state in a perfect frenzy of -':"a,

M n, I 1 .t..v---- ::.. "' -' .'. a Liiacred otter aster: 'pro-iicel it:: a N'ortiem newspape:. : seems to be takea icto account, tia:; f -.: it gives him that much more time tion. "busted" on schedule Tim13th. -. .J'::; ,

.1', '' I : .f.I .- And tn !)-?: Swift's Jit.6 l ti-rt irer0ca r after :e.g tie G werai: "Memoir.jf s"tiev: are looked upon with disfavor. c.tis: duties. and in his case. at At just what hour 0r.::. .:: '

lu .. j i ,: r -..'.z .; :5 r.0r. ragazz:1 -:. -ie War"tniei a eriticiszi ': ; All this niay be natural and inevi- :least, has zLade' Kin that much more the dread catastrophe happy:-': z -

HIM r1' I ,. .'. .: .:.: ': t;. ayr.g tat ie ":--\E-f planned njwon :a:'.'. but ife are -to nave black: ;: valuable: : to the people whom h eare unable to determine} alho-r; a',

|'\|.i. -t I .:'}-= 1r.:0'.1 i.l ic ( t. a tattle." i regiments in war we must have theis 1 trusts because 'he has served them I expected some super-human 'ie; t.r,:,

*IIi' j it| / .\J t. ",,- >J.:' : "i: 5 : ;:1H-- His soliirrs: say i-i j-stifca-i::n o! "" : C.a. lL"e ::. : : of .r.. always with an eye single to their stration like an earthquak-. =.,.. '

ftii Mi. I '. ', > il.t- i- -p- >Jstr-1 With General Johnston s reputation tiaie lWcrli.; powerful the cue still etc. The b.-
j IfI : .1' :': : \ welfare: however standing \; j

i...1.111. : .1'l ; :- ::. :. i; was 2.3.C'' -) by largely s2perior [ Tiis: siows tiat tie tens.on bee -' =:ies be has made or may make. filled with nausea':in? odor v.tiianks ;::C:

aI. 1'I' "z., 0 :.r i1: :" :: i:. .:g- : c.: t : nnnt-bers : tiat ie T'5Ei.Jfr. ti< [ tTreen the races is growing :::nge-:. In the state legislature, in congress to a stiff ocean bre.z arrd J

,it Itt j[, I '. : ? bv lengtheain? bis lines an;2 Just after tie coseJ1. the (.-' ii war' and in the U. S. senate he has I alert board of health. will slow-: rft:

,. 'I. : ? ; :: ', -' '.- : v: l :.::-,: .: ::: :':::-! a i ill'i! a.a F :
.III. g-
i i there were a :.number: n-gro regic'neni -' -ini-naly proved himself not only a outward on the still blue sea 'jflivion.

III, ..I r1 .,]tO.f '. ., .E n .: _. :- L:. ..: .': o- .: frtrin his tasr c-f stitrl-: an-i rhil"nr < ;ta-iia&d in this sta-e. and ia valuable: servant but one of the .-Lake Butler Star. 'IJ.\

(..III i iftf ft 'Ls' ;'.L. :: a.l. ':- -.';, ._- nrrer .on a t
.. .I f1 ., _- :iL :f _.- in ax. or a spaie. or a Trh elbarroTrr : .
a 3M ; t ; "sr-rre at-out to be removed -be nierians duce. He is equally incapable of The people pf Live Oak are -'j ,to

'ftl' ,_ 'J'.: ::< .w. :. : of the mniticES cf Tar, an-=-
: :oj any ; ; ;j: up a p-'iti-n asking that subterfuge or truckling. to high or congratulated.. The securin? of ,1-I .
.. ,. -. : ,
4aII1 "," ( : -i-nt r.-5 army is tact. they allowed to rema.n. But inn and the success -
.0 :o private or public. J. H. Fulks as principal of tr.p: ] .t.
It r : : :. : -..0 : :.:=: = >nl: -.at s>jlii-r.: in- the face fj:: '
; vould their
the South
o town in has been his in public life
lie school was a piece of go H !fir :
:: :.':, : U..' '. T-b-rs. could havt -
I. r .. .. '. :.2. ,: n
( :1 a ..., ,.,- .,. ,.. ;: presence be wanted LraLy consicrration. has been. to an extent true of veryfw for which> they should be grate 11 t7 .
tea[ '
s ; 7F aCJ: and the =a.s* scnimer. is men. due to tis splendid ability;} the fates. There are in the state r..w

I tlsw '.- .5> :: ::- r. -, ::_: ;, :. ;::'. i M 0 t from Egypt,... manifesting itself in the North, as :is art his exceptional: integrity.-Pensa- better men, few more capable: aid .

.. h : ,: -00 :.?- a:: of nis pur
'L t. : tiat has
t "ray oy recent protest cola: Joarr l.
... 9C successful teachers than :Ir. F :l: .
# .41! -- ::; < .: ; ; :: : to hav C
:: ?: up from the citizens of Watertows. -
f .
i .' : 'x- (,'-.,1 ._ : .' a.l: it- 7. 5La : TOP DS i tionIe He is not only an efficient ir -trc
:" '
N To the Teachers and School Officers

a. ; "1.' ,3. '_. .:. Go:. '.0.2.: z> :- .-. ".':: .:3 l ,> Tinegro is not conducting himselfin cf Florida tor, but is a born organizer an ; xan'

Mr } I '?tr ". : : :: .' Go.. r.." :.:.: __: : a sethundred, ager.-School Exponent.
fre-rdom as those who fought for For fourteen years I have given '
lily I s'I : .at.t. '., ''' ,'-.' ;,: J.E:4 : :,. :': .-=
his es:::ncipation han fondly dreamt.When freely of my time in an effort to maintain Henry M. Flagler is the :largest
l '' :: '.- ..' ;. :
-' E H'
he was a slave: he was looked a creditable school journal for
: ._ taxpayer in Tolusia c'm: ::;.
N .r : : >j na v .iL,5 -;- to pro
= : '
: '
I ;' upon as a protection, now h-e is re- the teachers of Florida. This has
His too Hot*>l Ormcnd !
: taxes on and
'. .- '
>-r : .; tiatv .< ; ,': ions foi"
; garied as a menace.Stovalfs been with: me entirely a labor of love
three or four adjoining; : lots iLl on
G ; 1'tf.o lfanti
: Eiai.y itNo -:; -: : : *-
0" and hope: for while the Exponent has the furniture in
etc. artover -
:. J : depart-
a. :
Card to the Public
: Impresses W :n the E.:.-: ajesS.re always paid the actual expense of two thousand d',' :flaw. Fromtax t .:

itt .J ,-:y e. .? EL?! coun'nt As ias bEen previously announced4in 'publication, the time and labor put alone Mr. Haglertray? a!; ht

m i the Tribune, crintiinal proSfol1:0IlSI : upon it have been my contributionto 32:23.'J: to the sub-distri ct school Vt
t '.' : i-t. .: C. o.g. c. ::. -1i t: of tit
tie cause of education--
# i -, ,> ?;'. ,r :' .: .-. I.'.':; Co _' :,,:-i 0rd the roac ; .i:: be :instituted against Claude: Oricond.-DeLand Record.
'gi'Hl. it is true but none the less a
i '; :1at J-- : 0" ;::::' teat tnatii. -L'Engle.: editor of the Tallaiassee: J
considerable: : burden for all that.
i : .' : 1 I :? east The Lake City Index asserts that
> 'bg'ir.' i ; j. s :-: : Sun and against J. H. Ret5Eho5e
Among the four thousand teachers
1, '. :. : Ds-lai: r. wherad there are one hundred days of work
; r '= : ; : : ?" ;!;: name appears as. the author of the ,
and shoo} officers of Florida
lilt tM. f' .:a i :- gavb <" itaeeins before the committee that will sit: is
articlia: tie last issue of tie Suia. to me there ought to be found I
miiiJ11 I kt .- I.ii;': :!. _.' j ;,' r-:;::._ ::'.: i n.Ei Tallahassee? t,) nves'igate: ti, I I
.:g-.ng a conspiracy on tie part of enough educational j interest and state
:' :r, -. ".; to La-- O.ci.obee: Hv.. asp; k.I fun !1it is .o'n.arm" : ;,,ryr.t"., ,It remarked '
Judge Stewart of Manatee count: pr.de :o support liberally a creditable
.. t'itH : : t iaeaJI :? f..r !!I -HI beat" how some men fallo easily : -
'Col.: P.rer 0. Knight and myself to educational journal. While the Exponent
.. 1 r.t .* Losand y into fat berths. A al.K-iie: !
-: yirI:- rsiyr it is in .. -. : :: I a: t :
have L'Engle removed from Taiiahas- is accorded the
by education
t. r -UI" :n ':a: tEJ .: -.:, ::atE sL. .: : : .t- < ol. ie s :)r : L Time .,.
.h ,. I see during the recent session of the ai press of America a place among the
-.4.y. : .: loweriL? Lake Oi.- r'h.:,
Ml It. LGTM ; legislature. In pursuance of this indention leading educational journals of tbe.country I -.
tI I 'L- Ev-rg'.ad': '* .: h' a va- : i!;C1C :
.. II If ; .. :: fro Knight and myself yesterday and is today the most widely
\I : .. l .' fr" .
.i :."'ai'.T 9.Jd.--: .-=. and wi. : J r' ": \1 I ie gainscompass' .
.. Itii. t secured the services of 3i r. quoted educational periodical
I" ', '. V pu
H Yrlt < a lt.r.: on the ii-l d ; two -j
; :
.. h 4 : .. ..1:1tluT hE Join P. Wall l and Mr. C. C. )finitak''Ot iished, it is by no means what I think] FATHER T THOUGHT T Ti
F./riia :
l : that < :.y rLillionair-s:; c J'.1:1 alY : ; I' (
1'1a. IM.. I ,'. : this city to assist in the prosect I.;\| it ought to be. and what I could make
'11& 1.> next ', sets hi: !
:it-rtak ... ; : on of these persons for criminal }libri. it with a more liberal I '
support. am
r. t. 'In T.- raui .a' jL tioitliL'is: : that ::-0" !. IOOt ? wantedhe i

Mill". r --AT 4 -.- .m any -. r-. .: >:? o: acijf Tasd jus: aLi ?'.(. ;;. and a ida> its were duly made willing to put into its maintenance.and i' C CHILD W ULD mf }

al. t i ... I: &n.j t'I -. .>: : al: over Florida already: 'ir:. ; oAI blarJag ck'wlach before County Solicitor Raney uponI .. improvement every dollar i i-

tel ., ." r ; He did I;, to base informations of the of'fense. brings in but I cannot promise to iio I
: a.!'i can to-.:-'f-. troll:- ::: .
t.1' Other attorneys in Tampa and more. Will
you not teachers
','-a.oE. K:>- .-Trrnothing ::. :: not chiidrensale I an.i Suffered
M. t 'toS. other cities of the state have also offered school officers of Florida ,I 1th; Cuban Itch and Sores
\ 'j lu- ; r'-po d t< ti.njof ti-r Evergladess : :: : ''cal] ? mas- come to my

M t ;JttD \ \V-r.:nip 01. --.-. -.lram.'f. st.a5'- sacnV their services to us :n this mat assistance and help me to give to our'i Covered Body from Head to Foot

'I' .1 f :. art;; :. :. AfLonj: .. .. H- 'OL -j- giveir !..chre 1 1naIl had tom, state and its teachers such a sch oohtiti'ould.! Claw Himself and Cry

1' .A' -',10 ;'.1/ th The case will: not be made the sub- journal as they deserve? Let me hearfrom I All the Time
: .1.: -I ;andIi:d down ti-r 5:. done I Could! Not Be

1 ,w1'I 4 t ft 1:11: :. .-r of ca. :: rlt f '. At aron. after, 'ject of further newspaper controversy you with subscriptions and .
: ? er : ::- cLare E- -rzla--: .i Dressed Mother Advised: to
on the of
'tl 1" pan the Tribune but words of
'iU K1 -i.-ii tbu .-." r :i>-y ar- :Ir..:ei -Jl'- i'. ,: nis: t cin2 a gol- encouragement.
.. 'aril:! be attended in the ': Try the Cuticura Remedies.
if I .
proper manner Sincerely
; 'it' wit!J. '.;. .:. .E. ((1enni ( :o worth:p. yours.

l I', r r '.- :I'hh:. '. :.- were :. '-? vio sco5-l a: :.. E = been t1 :::- by tie criminal court of record o! TOM F. IcBE.\TH. Editor. i! .

1 II I .- !
: since. Mo-
; .i -, prep: ,.: L'S: f-;: ; &r II

.... ,i a: :1.. ?' : (,f s''n-.:.z : _u ; ( :ontiff.anfar.is. WHAT IF IT HAD ALL HAPPENED I EXPENSE OF 75c
GROWS I IN ryone who has
i .j L 'Q ;. -- '' :r> .. : .: so "' :. : :n> : and ridden on a railroad .
iM I II .. .. STRENGTH has l' If Y.' I H!'.@ ., .> .- -.
1 '- ::" how furiously ;" t -e S"1 e'' l 1.""
: 'In .-" w 'J. ." '' J: .h .: =OC"" along! tr.ess the Ur al :- ':p"\ .. ,'- ".. >. .. .
: .
II ,. country dog will chase I CuGanIt.rWt'rauir. : .,
: \ the
: or passugtrain. ; ntar'
Try 2 .n--L'icn: ... ; -_ :::-:
I .
?,}'-. flag:. Eire-on .
? has bn : He chases : tvrl\ ''
:. un- it if
I ;. t' :, -:: la."c- .:-. : ;. il, very Ldepended ...1 t :
r '. '.;. .... '. c( '-.. rr.y;: pardoned by: GovernorYardman on it. And the queV..m I t. t t r.., ::
: ;: b '
ta" : !
: : .
: of \I1:ipp! The ha.= often V F It' .
1 i : v; :-!': B.ile' Must be Re-Wrtt-n: to ExtoM I reasoning been asked : What wouldt : ': t. :t.. ;

i -.. : fur th, parcon}: wai ba.--'] co do with n" !.. 1
onir it if he
.c '.'.: _. ': t' .;. H s l t.es were to catch. t "
f'.f'z: ft ,
facts- I
I'I'I :. :... : .. ..:.;... ." ." ", !1-, Dr Buirr ; 1 t. 1t.,.....
ta.iej !
1 ; :t: puliicly ar u- are remind! of this i incident;, i ..: .
.t..! fri .t' f : ab : ; testimony: E'1': ,
.: ,--n. con t. : t I
a 2- -i-i that L< showed to ac ka.t"son wa concocted catch .
t to ,
him. I. '
a :. _" .l' : :! r-:!: :::-.J:; :: :: .. :a .- o.y::: -:: -- If heconspirators ( .
I. -- : an aff-ctlonate: ,
:' r;. :.' : .:_ .: .-. '.' :.. .'.:' :, ; : .' ,:- :lt">r Lad: caught him. thenWE ..
,, ,,t-. : : : -. Bird: ong. cni-iing .m for ? 1 f t a, .
\ :.' : .' .-:..'.:- : ,' '.: .:: : ':,' C yI I .;. '
{j l rho : "_ ig; aa apooin'ment: w-i::bLovj 'o'iM: it have Peter ,.
,' ,put 0. :
; KrisLt.rial
:, .: : : :: .
t ,:. ,'.'! :. J.wt n -. r I ,
\! control of
; ." the.riilatuiv .'
I : '.. 1--.. : .. iei-.ir.OL: : '(' '
: f' ':'.17. :> at Mrs Bri-'n-'a: : ';'1.'i Governor( :' .11. .
: ':' ..i.L .. ,. 'i/'K S I55U Of t.ts Broward have i I-i'-
.l. l : tt.
It I : : ,\:. :1 : l -: : .;rhf-r r-. t J,. L.' : hi ir nerve and} capitulated: l' ,.
.: : j >n- ra- : :: : ; : story: a zr at / .' ., ,
,,:. : i : : I": ; : ol..j'
d.- /
\ '
.. t ,.;...c .: '" 'r: :.. ';; 5:3.: ':' '::: ::: .'- "- ?-. 'a:;, T**-.i T- :;', .. .. : 4r-rat anl uy;; tangs did tl"
sty" : .I, :" :::- : : ;..2. ;:. .or tie l Peter"nave I
( -. ::1 : !. ': :.,' -: : : = ': : ': :- :: : ... up his sleeve. and ::. r= .
"I"' t 1. :" ,::', : T" '. .' :. -; -. 9.'ou1.ha'F .
rPrepare- > ". ,. happened? .-
< .' ::... ., : : t J---i -
\ "f 1 I'o. \ li'r'a':: : .. ;.: iid? thin >'Ai ? l.ii.-.i: ,
:.', .l: ., .. "- "' 1..1 of su:ssia? and conjeeuiing kS PT t. r .. to !11 h I I
;".' hi. ; I 41 "if ..: ::r .>'y. i a I
of law and take him: to Mara un:- ; = er.-iLrh Tr.give one the jm- .en a tar 'n'r.d v I 1.1 rr' :.
I lit r h I ':ra : ::,' for 0a: -. r-afL--I: Mr-! L'.rijury .- .. L n-dl",. She ,inix r i 1
a Crowd I' r
Big to stand trial: : un-ier an ;ndictrrnttyr : . ear. hl' .
Gail pr't .' 7' ': "C : '::(,':. :" tlas r. r'. : ,
Oeala: .:::1 ha\v :t-- jr-'at- ;-v-r.: -.z.: .; : : -i-..: : :- W .' -,':'.: w:< '.I. '- -'-- 'Z"rY 1. I 0tOf t" '.. ,
II un.tI t. '(oja _. ; :: :.0' ..2. Bit Msdc r.o.'XCuthUr.i'lit'I ;., "
t'r r'.e: r e in : 1 '.
y-,a:. as far iiFl: :: :la :- '. nJt .. :. ," '. the World for Colic "In :111 ,rt'rI'h: a .
I .
It .- . and Diarrhoea a' j:.,if I.. "I
(" --i I:, S.-\; ; : ;' -" ; .. "' tlitit'ur.t \. .. .. ,
::E ._ : 1 fwd ,
I. : 1. laud 1-
of Chamberlain's a. 1 't"
.r. ._ :., Colic t'tp. I .
i : a ---":, I "l i Chol t'te .II'l..w:
:: ,. pf Gh'.
\ : : ,
> : era and 1l.1l"
ay'- -- iitr foiiowmz l16C .
MA is apparent Iron tse to'be 1"1:1\" I1
r :'i' : .. tl v.-oud! iav : Remedy the anl 'tI
suggests :a: : convicr-d hire.T ioN'h.d It .. ,
candidates .
with } free -it J f
big :
barberc remedy in .
the !
f nd in the world. r1
paragraph : : 'expo'ir'- oral
.Iff'r .
u i' tl.nera: : Gilchris:; :.- uor-n i' saIr. ; r. ":'\l' 01' .
: residing Mr-. L tort. t'n
as a side attraction. :n E.! : Carter 0 f':irltm a-1 If.tr.. ., .
0' "
Preparations: -" Ala. "I j' ,
article: : :- -::.' to-: -fit iwrah am t. .l1u'\. .
I. I'. h' '. of ksn: tht- will;:: t-e maJe ." .' : .:..- ;7;, --:.'. .i, a ,' : ,: : -/-ect: to colic and diarrhoea. butt" ILJftlhin a ,,\..,L. .. ..j r. .. .
to entertain: 1 '.'' <" Last OJ .
re.vn' ltr '
:in It Vn v ,1 I .,"
t :- cc .r.try: ; -; it tt t '.
r.ng bPRaff
I '::1. r.11. ot. OJ T : .. seemed as though '1 : tor I otf. I. '
: : J: : would I ,
-and .
,. 1.J h." d') l't: that many areq.lte' : 5']:'" vnbt :,..' ".. .:'".;:':- ( : ,: ', ,':.' : ant: ':ye, and I think I would if I had not Cur :{' :.! !. .,,, .' Uf'r 1.aP" -" .

there, as Ocal.i: :S c-n-ral'.y:: l-, taken rt.UnpiN lttc' tar clt'p ?i I... .. j.
; ',. Chamberlain's : u I .
c4.,. Ery housewife whether .5 :.a ':'o ;'-: : : : : ; Colic Cholera '!! M Just '.'0".. s. .P' ;
!:! ed insists that and Diarrhoea I.U'I .1 I I I' I
easy of access from all points of }lation. leaving ctee-eight for the remaining Remedy. I haven't M1 the 'utlrura lt.ert n.\ I., .0 .
in the home there will: be been j j. .' > 1 >
I'.1 VV or not the state has ample hotel accommodations : a war between th- troubled with it since until this 7St ant1IU. 1 I'n... n"'n.'r t )tut .! j

bottom n ir!.-ihn! : ? nice for the tab le. : : : n.intT n:n-e per cent. Tom rn.-e.-J Sta-es an-i Japan and: } Letofa ,i i week, when I bad a very severe eouid notUh1 had..,:;. p,1 ' and attack
a :are number of -
pluckya ,
I'I'41'C'f '
Watson in Georgia: has beconte frenhr and
Tint or t I.I r.\ T--1 .1'? the general'stotik -:;-> ': H >. .::,1f G' took half a bottle of the fn6 hat lht' t."uhruna K..md -.j
.y a Ius
that i
: : Davy "
pr--zr-s..v ci'izrnt: : wh.ar .
Ik t t-';-/.il: : z..i ir .::.. :. .: -i' "- : :. '.. twenty-five cent size Chamberlain tie L. vox a bur ut 1141'.
as i ia
.n. u'1,0 follow td : :: RHII
v. ; :
; r. f'T Colic b
f-i ary ra-k "h. :y unJ-rt.kr ':::. con.ir-h-nd- .' ., Japan. He;:.i Cholera and Diarrhoea .nr rhlMt you rt ,'f.\o 1j, ;
a.4AI ; rra"cess. Rem-i \.ru-.z. Nor l'b R. R. .
by other edy \tt,
,t )11a Herald. ; -ccn i.allcmg with Richard and this morning I .. rU\h. 1. ." ,
:, feel like 1. 1"
He bas long since become re- new a I "
i I Hobson. man. For ?2e by a!! drtTJi's, t hie" 1rt1 .. a tl.a C'r

c-w h, -Malt.a /.a. ..y
Ii'r', -
.. "- 6.


rl4' -


., ... .n ,
.---- <- '-' '-: _. '- a -' '
: .
-, .. II .' ', -. < ': '' 't'' :: = : :: -- -
: ,
._ .
.7' -
t L. ;. $,
.. .,,-,- ._,. I."' :1t.Jt- -
._ 1 1, _
._ _
... S't
.,1..ee ----- r l : .h# D .= 'ut\t' B' _" ,. 1 O, ; -;...": :' f,

t .

rLay1. c .

GOING DRY. CLAWING CLAW'D Sun's Sizzling Sensation.The r Claude L'Engle has sprung his sensation I!

Tallahasse Sun sprung its sen in which he charges certain

the julep in the I The plot has been hatched and the well known Tampaues and others r hi
camphor balls at last, sation as advertised last Saturday.
great "conspiracy" has been exposed. i conspiring to get him away from Ta-!
f"o\J\<<- miracle Fps happened and the It was everything claimed for it by
: lahassee during the session of M.! '-
the thirteenth" has ;
>M -n days are past; gone its advance guard. The curtain was
i late legislature.. L'Engle has ma .-.
ThaI uhhh make Milwaukee into history and the people breathe lifted on photo-engravings" telegrams
history : !| some mighty broad statements, :an.l i
-- u.fn-t foam in Tennessee freely once more. We had supposed signed by Peter 0. Knight and
unless he is fully able: to proTh., .-:.
And H lid m W. F. Stovall, editor of the Tampa I !
old Missouri is from .
as tight!l the sensational advertisements I has evidently gotten himself into 1'-
kicked &II can be Tribune, and twenty-four, count 'em I I
I appearing in many of the papers of i er legal complications. His MK.---
O. the comic twenty-four telegrams reprinted in
paper colonel
and his: would be far h- t ,
the state greater were
that the
press cold
cruni type.
might sigh. I I change his tactics and join the l'.1I.'.. -
Kor the mint Is! waging gaily and the Sun had discovered a conspiracy Claude L'Engle claims a conspiracy olis.

Sou-h is going dry. against the federal government; pos- I was entered into between Peter O.

I Knight, one of the leading lawyers of
By the nlMde sibly a dynamite plot or an attemptto Colonel Julius Brown of AtlanM! Red Rock
on the hillside i in I Tampa and W. F. Stovall, editor of ,
Kentucky all is assassinate the President. The Ga., recently went to New York an\
,, it still the Tampa Tribune to remove Mm

For the only damp refreshment must great revelation was promised for from Tallahassee during the sessionof fell upon thieves. He had a pock Ginger Aleis
full valuable jewelry. He 'imflammed
bt I got : -
dipped: up from the rill; "Saturday the thirteenth." Somehow the legislature and force him to tri-
i by a good looking whTpd: '
No'tli Ca l.na s stately ruler gives his those words had an ominous sound, al in Manatee county on the charge of !

Soda glass a shove, : and we nervously counted the intervening criminally libelling John A. Graham, man. the wife of a negro restaurant recognized having estab-
keeper. Half of the jewels have l been as
dicutsrs local option with tbe days which, snail-like drag- and also charges that Judge Stewart, I
recovered. We hope this is not Julius
South Ca'lina GOT.I I their way before the tardy, but oncoming of the Manatee county court, was a lished the highest standard ever
Brown the son of the late
U a*>i.S8 at the fountain to bwiakful I thirteenth. At last the day ar party to the conspiracy. goxernorand I

of the eye, rived and with it rose the Sun of Sunday's Tampa Tribune sold or United States senator. I attained in a pure, highgradeginger

for % (tH-ktail glass is, dusty and I Tallahassee. But, strange to relate, (ur streets on Sunday: for the first
I The state press have a sharp eye ale. It widely used by
'/ South U going dry. though darkness usually flees before :ime in the history of the city, came
for the candidate.
prospective They
i the dawn, the Knight (Peter 0.) refused (>ut calling L'Engle seven kinds oi! I in sanitor-
It U wuur. water spy and make note of the first hair ; physicians
everywhere and to capitulate before the glorious L liar and threatened him with every I ,
not a drop to drink. of his head as he bobs up out of obscurity. -, '
orb of day, and here arose the mown kind of process of law.Monday :; iums and in homes. If
Wt D') longer hear the music of the .

Wbr'i mellow th.. Colonel crystal and clink the rumpus.But to lay. aside our poetic mood 'Pampa Times L'Engle that replies he would through not have the .-Tampa He is in Tribune.the Race ', ::: .i you try RED ROCK

Major and.. and get down to plain English, noth- lad any more sense than an oyster '
the General and Col. Gilchrist is indeed in the race > Ale will
the Judge i ing out of the commonplace occurredon .f he faked those telegrams as Stovall } Ginger you continue -
Meet to have a little for governor. He has had his picture i .
to their'
give the thirteenth. The world did not (:laimed he had. its
ApItitts published.-Lake Butler Star. use.
an edge
come to an end, the government con Stovall says the Western Union

J'or the Hanoi now Is noggless ana tinued to do business at the old stand 'Telegraph Co. will prove the tele Sold everywhere in large and sm-r.: ;' !ottles> ur 5c

the rye hob' cone awry and the President appeared in the rams; never existed, and L'Engle replies NOTICEOf i pt a grass rum ongmui uml.-s;

Awl the punch bowl holds carnation, best of health and spirits. The great"conspiracy" that he was wise enough to have.vitnesses .i +v a The Red Rock Co. Jacksonville Fla.
and the South is going dry. Application for Letters Patent. ,
be the to telegram and
proved to alleged every Notice is hereby given thatt.., :11. :

AH the night -apg now have lassie attempt of one Peter O. Knight, a cor- i>>lenty of witnesses, too, to swear undersigned, four weeks after th.- nr-:
hat the exist in publication of this notkv, will apply: i i
poration lawyer and W. F. Stovall telegrams case
and ar worn upon the head- the Governor of the State of Fl.'r..i i i .

Hot tier night caps that were take: editor of the Tampa Tribune, to have he Western Union should happen to for Letters: Patent to issue under tiiffollowing :

bforM the Sun editor arrested during the ose them. proposed charter. 04
nobody went to bed. LOUIS E. LAXO.

AM the hr*.-z* above the blue gras legislative session and brought to So that is where the matter rests A. T. SWARTZ.L. Park

Bradentown for trial in connectionwith lt this writing.In W. DUVAL. 2! c (
i. !
a* r"uumn as is death, I
the Graham libel case.. the meanwhile the newspaper Copy of the Proposed Charter of The I 71 8
rir It brays no pungent clove tang \ q14
oft MM odorific breath It seems that Claude one day chanced tangle is really amusing.The Ocala Supply CompanyWe I ,ow I

to be chatting with a young lady Tribune and Metropolis have the undersigned, hereby a-;:"-
AMA fiiau can walk a chalk linwtfn date ourselves together for the purpose -
stenographer in a corridor of the been calling each other names because
stars are in the sky of becoming incorporated und..rthe
state house when suddenly he espied the Metropolis printed a con- Laws of the State of Florida applicable
for the nu glass now is fizzless and
upon the floor the fragments of a telegraphic fidential letter which Stovall wroteto to corporations for profit.
the South in going dry. ARTICLE I.
which rivited his the Metropolis. The fight has extended -
message Name
Lay the j<-st about the Julep, 'neat! attention. "Aha," mutters "Sherlock"L'Engle for over a month The Metrop- The name of this corporation shall
is 4 be the Ocala Supply Company, and its
-,.*--. the rhestnut tree at last, to himself, meanwhile picking I lis and Sun love each other so greatly principal place of business shall be in -- ---- ---

raft ....r.\ hut on> kind of moot up the torn bits of paper, "a con- that the caresses are either brick- Ucala. :Marion County, Florida.: but NOTICEOf Vice-President. S A. Rawls.

hta* and the olden days are pas spiracy! I will nip the bloomin' thingin bats or stove lids. The Metropolis it may any other establish place offices or places and in agenciesin or out Secretary, G.; C (.'rum.

Wow the water wagon rumbles throug'! the bnd. Upon piecing the frag- calls L'Engle a pop-eyed Ike, and the of the State of Florida. Application for Tax Deed Under Treasurer. Calrence: Camp

the Southland on its trip, ments together the following startling Tribune now says that the Metropolis ARTICLE BusinessThe II. Section S of Chapter Florida. 4SSS Lawsof Clarence Board of Camp Directors., S. A.Edward Rawls Holder U. C.Crom ,.

AM tt helps i i no one to drop off to message was disclosed, whichis is the Ity-It paper of the state. general nature of the businessto and Jack Camp.
Notice is hereby given that T. E.
pick uj. th. driver's whip published in the Sun.: "W. F. Sto- Oh, what a headache! I be transacted bJothis corporation ARTICLE VI.
I is: Pritchett and J. B. Martin, purchasers IndebtednessThe

for the mint beds make a pastur vall Tampa Fla.-Have sheriff do No. thank you, we are not goingto 1. To buy sell and deal in. both by of tax certificate No. 2136, dated highest amount of ind* ','..,t

and the corkscrew hangeth higt, his duty at-grant ex-use to-=" mix up in this game while newspaper wholesale and by retail goods, wares the 1st day of July A. D. 1901, have ness to which this corporation -Ldi!

AU U Uli along\ the stiHside and tbe A photograph of this tom message men are calling each other pop- and description merchandise of every kind and filed said certificate in my office and at any time subject Itself i. .".-
; have made for
application tax
IU- fourth of the Ikes egotistical asses and commission thousand dollars ($1000.00),
Pont u going dry.-orlando appears on the page eyed _. To do a general jobbing issue in accordance with law.

rr/1K 8'ar Sun, and clearly shows by the printed brainless pimps. That's really personaL 3. and To consignment manufacture business and ;handle Said certificate embraces the follow- ARTICLE SubscribersThe VII.

heading that it is not one message manufactured goods, wares and mer- ing described property situated in names and places of r-- ,!I. no-

.atf urn Quickly Healed but pieced together from two separ- We are going to reserve our com chandise of all kinds; Marion county, Florida. to-wit: West of the subscribers together a .; th..
sell handle and deal in half of southeast of southeast
4. To buy. quarter
delighted with what Nevertheless this in this "great conspiracy" until amount of capital stock MUIM.I"t.J
1 am M' ate messages. ment machines and machinery of all kinds; quarter of southeast quarter !

litiber:aln'1t 8al\e has done faa was enough to put 1'Sherlock" L'Engle all the brickbats that are up in the 5. To buy sell and deal in buggies and east half of southwest quarter' for by each is: .
f"l 1 bound to write and automobiles, and'phicl..s Name Residen: ? Si 1. ui1-
tint I carriages wagons
,. the scent, with the result that air come down. of southeast quarter of southeast .. i
MM ." says Mrs. Robert My on \ of every, description; Edward Holder, oca' Flon rl.t! i
fMie fOG.$? ';I'o.u Si, Hamilton Ontaritlittl several telegrams were finally un- It is too hot to dodge the issue.- 6. To buy sell and deal in harness, quarter, and 6.3 chains north and S. A. Rawls. Ocala t' ,,"ida 1 I"*
chains east and west
south 4.50
.'My <- daughter l had a bad bur earthed which seem to indicate that St. Petersburg Independent. all kinds of leather goods and automobile in southeast by of southeast Jack Camp Ocala F da. i 1''I
Chamberlain' supplies; corner Clarence Camp, Oc i F'.on.1: 'i I II
t1 k&f" 1 applied and Stovall were" interested and maintain a section
of southeast
Messrs. Knight 7. To own, operate quarter quarter,
G. C. Crom. Ocala i : rida I n
..IT* and It hald beautifully Tbipv in having the Sun editor arrested Flagler Will Finish It garage for renting storing and repair- 25, township 16, south, range 23, I State of Florida
811a'!! the pain of a burn aI thatit ing automobiles; 12.87 The said land being

sincere east- acres.
of regret
Bradentown. It is a matter
It u for sale by all and brought to trial at To sell: own, control and County of Marion.
.MM* to Unt;> 8. buy :: assessed at the date of the issu- .
...... So was found necessary to suspend improve real estate; Before me on tt lav I" r. .- 4'-!.
ance of such certificate in the name
end of the extensionas 9. To buy. sell and handle mules came Edward Ho! :. < lar.'!ir. i I''ill.i|
looks the work on
the circumstance a this Unless said certificate
of unknown.
1 Though and horses and live stock of every description S. A. Rawls Jai < np! and I i. r
UTTLI iOY BftOWNEO.Bpwetal bit peculiar, there is no evidence stated in our issue of Saturday, ;; shall be redeemed according to law, Crom. all to me .. : own 'II 'a-

which to sohw that any physical and it is hoped that whatever obstacles 10. To buy. own control and main- tax deed will issue thereon on the individuals who h -:.' the f.. >. 114

I., >h* O -aia Bauntr.fi. goes against him. may be responsible for this action tain stock-yards and livery, sale and 29th day of July, A. D. 1907. proposed charter>, '.' o a'.i \1., i

21. lf' ';.-The bod injury was contemplated removed.The feed stables; control warehouses Witness my official signature and ic Association ,* : rrera'... ;.i<
July and
M.\"'t-< think that if he had will be speedily 11. To buy own
Clawed seems to I and other build- seal this the 25th day of June. A. D. knowledged to m.t the ,' -, :it II
.f riot Itttl nit >tar old son of MiMr been arrested during the legislative' cessation of this work at this ings necessary, ware-rooms for the purposes of the 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK. ed their names '.. said PMJM.M-.I

.. Hugh Cohlfe. who has bee session the state job printing would time will naturally give rise to much businesses herein authorized; Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.62S charter for the u- ind iuri"vtherein s

ak-ills ,in'.... last Thursday and wh the "plunderbund' apprehension and all sons of rumors 12. To acquire and dispose of By H. B. Foy Jr., D. C. set forth a' IprH-d
have been delayed trademarks, copyrights and patents; .
.wd 1 ( have fallen overboanahtitK the interest of this citwe My commission <:' not fxp.rtu>
It .... u the upper hand but in .
would have gained 13. To lend and borrow money to NOTICEOf til the 10th da; vWk. at the had of the fis have should not allow this temporary setback and to exe- .
and the entire state would goneto acquire proper securities Witness my han : and offi sal! ti

tj...t 'totf parvnt live! in the schooneflorM the "den.nition bowwows." Does to interfere with our plans for cute and deliver proper securities PatentNotice this 17th day of .I i I' \. D. r I:."7
for Letters
at the" dock wa lois therefor; Application t.KdV.i I:. MARTli\!!
lat"horrtl he not slightly overestimate progress. 14. To acquire own control and is hereby given that fourweeks

Maid MtOh- littl. distance down tb. i nlrtanct'-Estro Eagle.A It is unreasonable to suppose thatthe dispose of all kinds of real and personal after the first publication ofthis Notary Public S'.t" -t Florida 7 I l'";at

current an will be more property: notice the undersigned, will I Large
atr tlIH .hither the strong stopping of the work we, !
and all things necessary -
< arri*.! it .on Saturday. Man than temporary. Aside from the immense 15.To and do requisite any for carrying on,apply to the governor of the state of i I NOTICEIn -
Happy Florida for letters patent, to issue under -i
had been seen u P of already expended businesses herein authorized.ARTK'LE
f..l1uw money
\ zIrThe li'lI" lIs Amos F. King, of Port Byron N. amount m. the following proposed charter: the Circuit C, .f th> Fif'::. ''u
rb' i u'eltWk Thursday afteifit. : of age) ; since a sore here Mr. Flagler's ambitionto EDWARD HOLDER,
) r.\\ Y., ((85 years Capital stock dicta Clri Hit > (.u-ida.. in .an'
short time befor which has troubled him work in build- of the capital stock of S. A. RAWLS.
Nhtt" only! a I on bis leg. complete the grand The amount for Mar "'t:: < .. .tltyluIWilliaiu
: of his life, has been this corporation shall be fifty thous- G. C. CR01i.CLABENCE.
though It part
and U is the greater extension would undoubtedlycause rh.r.' -\
ayyr.1 :::11 flI-hlnJ( : Bucklen's Arnica ing this and dollars ($30.000) divided into 500 j CAMP.
that rrt4tt.Illa to hU fishing aftttown ''r entirely healed world's by great bealer of him to do it regardless of any shares of the par value of one hun- JACK CAMP. S. tld! -' :M.! 1. Compla.ani.: : .
Salve, the all of which ILt-i:: Dt-tt-n Ui>-
each Mary
I li st his ba 1 and Piles. meet. That dred dollars ($100) : \ >
h* > Cuts, Wounds minor obstacles he may
Mvtag iw 0 up Sores, Burns. stock shall be payable in I Ord-r t' i I'rouctI" .
I said capital of the
pke add i-il in : Guaranteed by Tydings & Co., drug obstacles would be met in such a stupendous cash. Copy of the Proposed Charter S. : ..

I II NK HH'.OEXHOTHAM.; gists. Price, 25: cents. x. undertaking must have been I I ARTICLE IV. Ocala Athletic Association. It 1 i- .)rd r'-4\ the 4!. fti !.t r.'

--- t foreseen by him from the beginning which Term this corporation I II We the undersigned herein as&o- hl1'n: : am.1 .. Martila: .,"
-- The term for i for and .tlt" .- '.y r. 'I''. '
to rttr.tRTI'"LE cute ourselves together t.pur < : ?
prepared : tynin(991 >
:and he is unquestionably I shaH exist is nin '. ." .
V. I incorpora:.-l ''imk-r ar ) the iplaiii' L -
I !I !pose! of becoming al'I"|
MAORI meet them. : Officers I II I rile! laws of the state of Flon-la.: applicable ra,- '. or I.. '! ida> : 'h

Me I VE & \ We have the utmost faitb in Mr. I Tp\< MiMri'--5* "f this corporationsht'll : to cor.orations for pr.Iit.ARTICLE ,!iavf Vueus ,, .

Flakier, and our people should: norworry bf c.mduct-d by a PrsidntVice !I I. It ,- 'urth'! r ha' i 1'\
PrdT.t an.l:: S:?<-('r..taTr..a"u- Name '>f "v..- ',df.t-r! !.. tbd! a
of the I
DEAIEIRSv : about the completion of Director! consisting i .
r arrt
and by a .
FURNITURE r.-r The of tads; corpora'!--n shall! W. ;.. ; finr i \t. vv ft
aid hewouid "not than three < 3) nnvr -'r name
has k"'s .
Mr. Flatter 'f '
railroad. I 'thin eeVi-'i (7). t> be elected attic 't.' Ocala' Ath''tio! [ Assocauut..d; i'* 1 HI-, : *!-t(>rr ." .
OF build it into Key West and has "' to'' bu .: -all be .-i! i I'o.tij! i i td :>.'.' .
HIN IN Till: LINE 1 1NHous I > pr.niul l ri '.'tinsr: of - of *:n" : i *
I it.\ ;l' N t: I: Y T K\--U abundant evidence: that he: lie ht-ii'l!, ->n th"-"r.d Tu.: ".l.iY in January .1_ Ocala. Mai.n'i: county. Fi.; .:rMa. TSth .i: f51STIM! '
l12 and thfollowire [ ..: .' I \K;
Suits his \\ Ird.nd H.u- .f.t''h yriir: : ARTICLE II.
Parlor make good
would : husi iUi :
Furnishings nain1: off! r.hal! c-ndu.t the Business <"' '-,. f. "cnit. .riN! >
and RetI rM.. Flakier is not a quitter.-Key ,.f :' L- t'.'rid"iraf..rml: th--1'' : : i'.inifi. '
!In Leather, Upholstered 'a The jreuera'; i.-i'.ure of tin- ;> ut-> ",'.> Hl l Ii!

J /t"qr Art Squarer and Mattings. \\'..:'t Citizen.The ,-t.-ct.-l.. .lr,' the.! fry annual; !ine-ung > be trac.t i by thiior.i.." :ration EIltl': ; PE\t: ::f:
Suits -h-ill 'a ..;.aVPr .
Dining Room ---. .-M; 'ir_V1"'* E. Tans I ,lana:_' :- i' "
Suits < .
Sa{ Room and Oak. price ofpirits: of turpmiut' Vic- Pr..'i i'-nt-A. T. S.\artz 1. To own. control! an.! ij.a.atain -- -
of all kinds-Mahogany t.ly-Tr..l"ur.-r-L. W. Duval. ,:, athletic; i-.e'.ii, an.l T.; dun NOTICE
Bircn. 8lrdseye. cr-
In 't'o9ony I i- STOW dug: weak! antI getting worse. TVori .? D:rector.-L
Ihp1e' and o.. k.Mission China and Crockery The price is now .35; cents and 'h,' indications j "\. T ::?; ". .;rz. I- RDtv.il.. 2. To do anand all tKuiuerev;

line-Dinner Sets and are that it i will grow lower. : ARTICLE VI. : ;;ary for fh. i.rpo-e:: : of cun'iactin4rlMio !' N'-: .. j isL' 't': .

: Furniturein Complete i The price of lumber has also taken ; : -t IndebtednessThe amount: ,* 't f. >lt> 't:." : ; ;::IH:-.'; <'f every descriptionKT10LE : '!"-r-t.. ; f ha." l":." '
finishes. Odd I -'. .!' :.e ">*,/ \ [ III. ". ,' *1 i'f: fur
different i iI l. c- rp'rat i nmiii ;
*tt the tumble. Money matters are jet'ingcK :: t.T vh h : .i. \lli1.
a StockT .
f'1"1 .
-..miU>vrt :trlf is Capital h w I. r
.I ):;.... and the future bodes p\ il. The : ilv'.TS ;< J".'*..). ::-- .-.:.. .:.'. < the capital srock of ca-h <' :.iubi! (' t *

railroad companies, owing to the ; ARTICLE ':::: : :, :' .' i'. shall; be on.' thous- ref rli. "!urt 1,.. .-" a ''K-a'.a: $- ..I.

Table Linens Lace Curtains, Portiers ;, against them find ; Subscribers '. i s .0u divided, into \!!_'i-r .". l .'.7. ;, DC'lMn: 1 '>"11.
d and ; constant agitation .
Kinds of & i "; ';: an.1 p;;" value of do! .
AM The !\i1. lo" snares sit me par tea .** ('0'.r-' *. !- '
; with thetnlonnt th1 f"Ef a-
on :r"h
f Goods to obtain money .',-.rq.. rt.learhrr >
it impossible of th- whirr said
_. and Upholstering .. Mrhv I $111.1""" I each. all of .
face of it all : ." ;' .' -' .c* > :!l. rb-l: ar iarund > .' 'l..t- >, 'a1'1af i Ito:
and in the :; 'a'i'n!, cash. -ri
bonds, \
)4'r their :aiira! .:ut-k lu'.I: bp.t\
Cook Stoves the each .- desk, .. an-! f':."
on IV :: -
Heaters Ranges all work has been suspended ; T-. Sir ARTICLE -r.
Name .
and Pie outlook is T ;- : lA. TermT. 'hines which ::'.. !1., a i fin.I 1- ; : :pr
1mt'11. :
anti unfr Railway. Loui F ..
Coast .
,i .- ,jiVtuivH.. iranu-1 East -- .. f'r '; : .- '. .- '. pora- EDW.\H!
1\/11 I !i' : : T. ? : ::: to ?t-ll.!! JNO I.
slock of but encouraging. :' '
ly !r. Moulding. Full anything L. W. I' ..,... "lst .-I.1': '. ISJJIrears. Chra. Board ("om/' '", :1imi. ..: .
?tate ot t'i .a. .
Biiggles Harness and Saddles Long Live the KingIs C.v.nrv of Mirion.r ARTICLE V. ; D-ltT-l* '>7-w-tf-T-T:: ;; ,
and Tiirpsntine Wagons, European :.::1'r,-. t'-e: r.r.-T-isr.-1.: -'gh.-'p- -
Fan the popular cry throughout .'.' ,.-i.. I:";; F.. L "- V Officers -
StuuVbaker. while in America *- .. r' > / .' .. .' of this c : 'ora.i-:. People
the best w.'..::: --' t 'Ith-the countries -\ \ .- \V T' .\ Tile business : ; Goad Advice to tH e
-", .- ot anti Carri.igc: day is "Long :.'- . .. : ; .', .,- Presid-! :.'
:. le Buggies cry of the present :- \ shall be conducted by a l t-e great i. it.:
\ try best line IliaUr; Dr. King's New Discovery, King uf!l' ....; .. ,. _. _- ... .. :sec: Vice-President. Secretary and a Treac: '. are twin? tu a '.>

Throat and Lung Remedies!" of I The u.i >. ? ,:. ; 'ti t r ':: '' -::"- w:' "> urer, and a Board of Directors consisting -: ;. candidates for the p"ici 1''

Plaster which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine Truro, I acknowledged t* rn- T'--t they! of not less than three nor I choose from in .- ring tii* ir next

Brick Linv. CVment, P Q jn-o' | find uiju Mass. says: "It never fails to giveimmediate I erally subscrib.-3: their names TO the said! more than seven, to be elected at the set of officerNv: :..r the p""JpI get <:

B uiic )19 Hair. Lath singles, relief and to quickly curea pr oposg..l ch.r--r: for; th 't= s and purposes annual meeting of the stockholdersto thing about ail
: I and.ir! -f'!
Paine'sopinion for1id expressed. I II in busy
Mrs. Mrs. ; set Tuesday
cold. tr- r fourth
cough or be held on the .
i Flintl otc Roofing, 01 I Is is shared by a majority of NewDiscovery the I sloned I certify Notary that P I-'P.ic> 'in duly end c/mmis-\for the\I II i March of each year; and the following these men, .r.l, '' ;.'..i* work select to good the

Etc. inhabitants of this country. commission -I the business men. Don't I. >
Material Varnishes, | Florida' -nd that my i oSBcers shall conduct
Whil.ad.. of
and I State will '
sore .
Paint i cures weak lungs ; does not *-. '.'!-- until the 10th day 1 of the corporation until those elected candidates, fo do. you
< 'al..istine' and Jlannitet'all all other remedies have !I shall Milton j jI
\\ ill I'aiH-r i! throats after of October. V r- 1910. at the first annual meeting more than likely get fooled -
will not be undersold and will please failed, and for coughs and colds it'sthe \ vnc- hand and official seal:I i
,. .- ut a trialaS.We Guaranteed by J-ly.! A. D. 1907. :\ Qualify: :Star
!l.v l' proven remedy. ; -i::'" 9:\, : I President. Edward Holder I I

JVicIver & Mackay. Tydings & Co, drcsgists. I uE') W. MAKTTX. .

i -



.- .-.
-.. ..-. .

.' .,
p' rJ1. _..;,__ ..' __ .- ., .


I rpigE"{ EE3aE: { atiaErI: : e: f( g 8 f 7 a f'9 3:lJ 3ti3: : g as tEe88' y"f

I f l b& i The Newark Savage Ca [1 .

R; I :.N...................... Is giving the GREATEST REDUCTION SALE that has ever been

b V recorded in the selling history of the

4It JS !; This Great !


.IIit. -Q I i Reduction |

h !i I The people of this and and adjoining counties realize the fact that this EGH

catl C : Sale *i will be the last Sale to be given by this Gigantic Corporation.Goods .

((U I f! ; 4 are actually being sold without mercy as to cost or profit.

Co(a|] ftJ ** will 4** The largest portion of our stock is being sacrificed by b bb fti

W Mti b : Positively !ir i FAR BEL 0 W i A N U F ACT IIE :11..I sly COST S 8B b a

HiH ,

.fit cc'afat &r i end j Such tremendous reductions as are now offered you has never before

1.th been attempted by this or any other sales company.

:tic V Saturday : The Newark Salvage Company knowing this will be their last appearance B

fn1I. Hifl' O i in Ocala are doing all they can to leave a good impression and

J.Ctl 111 C* August i they are following the old saying that the last is the best. fl

IRIrit i Everything worn byIan Woman or Child has been thrown in- I

p wlin i 3rd. i to this sale and is being sold at 8 S *

"" ** "

: SA Ji VA t-r-JJj FE'IOES

a njait] a; _ _ _ _ m

ra7Of tifl thll Asa Special Inducement I i i Monday the Salvage, July Company,9, offers for AIY 1 a

] 25 Dozen Ladies' Cambric Drawers, Plain Hemstitched, 19 fQ l.f

I worth 35 cents. <.0: \; Monday Price only s L J

i -

Kii of1t 8a:' aEiSaEa: e:8E8Es: : : fEra: gtEtE1: fErE{ aEseEr: : : Er a: E.\tIm

the ---

THE OCALA BANNER THE NEW RESv1 ...Ai .wE : '*>,,:1.! I' 11.1\) i > l h)>",'n a"li".d! WILL BE IN OCALA I

thC ; -- .,.' ':.--:, //w"'. !list a iii'-rt ''iic! ulj :

littt -.- -- -- .' .:- -=-. __':-'-.':.. _::.-=: .: <- ,:-- :,. ;:. "':. : : ,: :: ---" ,' ;'--; <.ff.-TampaWhat Tin1''". General Gilchnst Will Make His Announcement FISHEL'SSALE'OF '

FRANK HARRIS, Editor.P. Ut :t.7l! a21FMJ3:-:-.:: aL: ar..c.c ",-..' :.a-" :'0 :-"=g:"='_ :rJ XJ-'::" ',;r aJJlr.; ,.. 1 in This City :
V. Business I
i'atI'oc Manager.; the signature of ei-Gov. F P F10mg r.::'" -- :- \ -- ':. :-- : Bryan Tninks. Gen. Albert W. Gilchrist of Punta

.-- -.----;.j jr criticizing the Florida :--a: .:- .'". '.:,:.:=: ; ::: ,(//:.;::: Those who urge the nomination of ,, Gorda is in the city. He arrived here I: LADIES'

I .1. of l&oT for passing a pens-L .:l 7. (:.::,. __:::, Sten... .:' r.'_:.. __ "conservative" candidate the I I
( a by
; :tl : I! ,.. last night from his home, in answer
t \c.. ;. ...........,, !leaving out the property qnalincau L ( '.;::rrla.. Jalj 1A :-:..ocratic convention studiously in I 'MUSLINiUNDERWEAR
II i ito i an invitation on the of thei
I part
t ". \., '-t' i Gov. Fleming tells us that previous {
1.' ..., t.si that "Mr. Bryan's friends say he ;
,,"-' .. "-)0.-L''A..... v legislatures of Florida gave us pension -: A Small Matter : does not want the nomination." Out;i I I trustees of the College Hill school ro,

seal f**.f -% -Vi. :! laws and adds: "But there was I}s A briEf and cispaasionaix review; of is this the real issue? The presidential address the gathering which will wit- ,
4 % always included in these bills a prop-' the Knigfat-Stovaa-L'Englfc; disturo- .
1 : nomination ought not to be re- ness the laying of the corner stone [
.. 'Ifyf \LvTO) "' I lerty i qualification." He continues his ance greatly reduces is importance :
rs. 'garded as a compliment to be handed -
.1/ of the new $14,000 school building in
.. t. : I II'argument against the bill for the reason L'Engle made certain charges against .i I
r I to some one because; he would be
h"M ''VAfesFRIDAY I .-' :, principally, that the "property I II the other two. The law of criminal|:pleased to have it. A candidate should I II the College Hill settlement tomorrow \
I:Qualification" was not inserted in the I libel can only] be invoked when ThE morning.The .
i be selected because the rank and the
present bill. Mr. Editor I am pleased act alleged constitutes a crime. The I file of the party want him nominatednot I I genial gentleman from Punta Beginning Moijday
to say that every member of the -I first and most important is
JULY 19 1907 pension query I II
merely because he wants the I Gorda looks well and the strain of
) committee, consisting of fourteen -I i whether the act or acts charged '
nomination. First what will tie party his early candidacy for
Iv'V nine from the house and four against Knight and Stovall would be the high of *
stand! for? Second, who best
can represent v
As th- P;' ernatoruil lift is about from the senate were unified and criminal in their nature had they real- these principles in the cam- fice of governor of the state does not CORSET COVERS .. ... .2'..
tell "'UIoII'td I : state papers will proclaimed in no uncertain tone that ly been done.It seem to be worrying him. DRAWERS. .
,. ....brl...,. paign These questions ought to 23c. 1
.1 tart over again by suggest- ttoy would never consent to longer seems- taking L'Engle's chargesat control the selection. Men's ambitions In conversation with a Times man UNDERSKIRTS. .... . .! .48c! 1
dart: hNt frank Harris, the nestor of theIllarlda subject Confederate soldiers to the their broadest and deepest-that this morning General Gilchrist said GOWNS..
ought not to count for much in a' .48c.
II I'f"alii.ralatka Herald. mortification of appearing in the role I the worst aspect of the case is that presidential contest.-The Commoner. that he would formally open his campaign CHEMISE I . ., . .48c.
of a pauper to obtain a pension. Such these other men merely undertook to t! at the coming-out gathering of
Dew J. All.'a. a young homesteader, would be degrading to the soldier and have the process of law enforced at I'the candidates which is to take place

'1 who lives Jut north of l.t'<-anto. was discreditable to the state. The committee a time convenient for their purposes. The prohibition bill before the i at Ocala during the month of September Special Prices also on better

.. w to last we*>k for a new wagon, which was also unanimous in presenting Had they succeeded L'Engle would Georgia legislature was temporarily i: "At that time," said Mr. grades.

.f I fc. bought, in Ocala while there on the a bill which could be properly have suffered no abuse or injury contrary defeated Wednesday by the opposition :I Gilchrist, "I will be on hand to tell

"'.-O).tal River News. recognized as a testimonial of their to law. The: due and regular I fillibustering against it. It seems I M J I I the people just what my platform is M. FISH

I country's gratitude for services willingly -I process of law was invoked against that under the rules adopted by the and what I intend to do if they honorme EL

S ".If,., 'hauanut tavaanah and Brunswick will "
4 a soldier's pension should be be clear that the acts charged as having the introduction of new bills have the 'office, and do not hesitate to say so."
tut a'i.litinal for
o. reasons extending
I based on voluntary and meritorious 'been attempted would not have right of way over all other bills so When asked whom he thought -- -
t h.' ..atnmd to the Il'a.Atlanta.I.lIiI ,
nil. service, regardless of wealth or pov constituted a crime had they actually) it was easy for the opposition to take would be the other candidates. General : I .J

erty, and should be prized as "the been committed. Hence it is difficultto up the entire day in the introduction Gilchrist would not say, but be : Beech-Nut >
t Frenchman prizes the cross of the see how charging a person Wie h of new bills, every one of which had thought there would be quite a few f
When the begin to admin-
i Legion of Honor, or the Englishman non-criminal act can be a crime i m to be read by the reading clerk. Un In the field, however.
Ui.r the unwritten law the lUt'n' | Sliced
.ou)1.1! better observe the seventh the order of the Garter." itself even if false. less this rule is abrogated the opponents : "I will say this much, though,'' added 'j'' Bacon }
Mr. Editor, it has been my pleasure It is possibly quite true that L'En of the measure, if we under Mr. Gilcbri," "In .
plank of ttu- Sinai" law.-Miami MeT past campaigns -
I know Gov. Fleming for fort-five gle has placed the other gentlemen in stand it properly, will be in a position there have always been fouror
I II' "
'i' 11'T years, a gentleman for whom I entertain the case in a somewhat ridiculous attitude to stave it off indefinitely, as it five men whose candidates were

> I I "I'd ;;" me from the kissing the highest esteem and regard; but it is more than doubtful i if has been placed on the calendar for 'for the people.' and all other candi I

i.-Ml\.' rays the Her. L. D. Bass of one with whom I soldiered on the occurrences of this class come with consideration on Wednesdays. However dates were 'against the people.' At Y -

bat' .'. i'4'.n! If lt"- would only mention the fields Virginia during the 60's, and in the purvey of the criminal law. the friends of the measure have least this was the testimony of the _

III" name h.. night at least secure 1 consistently declare that a truer, The criminal law presumes that a strength enough to change the bill's four or five alluded to. These men '

the aid of SOON kindly neighbor. nobler braver or more loyal soldiernever man prosecuted under it has charged place on the calendar or to abrogatetue will bring out their candidates again I l

tVnrterJoureal. drew blade from scabbard and an innocent party with the commis rule giving the introduction of this year, and I will not be
one of
tllrrwM. r for so valiant a soldier as Gov. Fleming sion of a crime. When the act charged new bills the precedence over all oth them. I have never held an office 4 .

Although the cotton crop in the to oppose the bill for the want of is not a crime, it is hard to understand ers. which had patronage to
I I dispense, and
N's _Ii will he several weeks late re- a property qualification is beyond m how the making of the charges -- have no machine to foster." I -

, trs 1 }NSb from all Meltons show that the I limited comprehension. Let us re II becomes a crime. It may be an offense Where the Catfish Drew the Line lIe expressed himself as glad to be !!i 1 k. 1
l _t Is in a healthy condition grow I r member. Mr. Editor that these val- all right but not of that grade Said the catfish to the catfish: in our city on his ;' .. .
I present mission
..I ( wU following. the showery wt\a.1 j I cant patriotic and intrepid sons at :lor character of which the law taker "Since your high, ambitious planIs "Tampa is a fine town," he said, : !
.... The plant 1 s small, but the 'I'''j the tap of tto drum volunteered their j I cognizance, and the redress of which to be the largost catfish has a wonderful future "and 1 111/ t ,
growth during the last week has been services in a most righteous cause -if worth while to be undertaken That was ever caught by man: Punta Gorda. too. there are at :; I

t.I ft. bMt of any week this season. rushing to the front, ready to pour must be pursued outside the law. signs of progress. We have rebuilt great I rst rrt tin tat till r
their libation upon the altar of Southern This then, must be discussion, controversy "Here's an Ananias fellow the portion destroyed ; rn
by fire last :
Breeze thatHfrtwrt rights, and how any patriotic citIzen presentation of both sides Who will : Tastes
The Ft. Hyew reports to place yen out of bounds; year and the new structures are i as good as it looks.-.and It
>p Sewvll. who belongs to Pimtahas can object to the legislature giving the public which is the tribunal tom r For he'll swear by all that's fishy the substantial enduring kind which of ; looks very good. A delicious break-

1lir/r. devised and patented a them more liberal treatment I a the decision of disputes of its class.It That you weighed a hand rod show the tone of prosperity that fast dish, of great food value,'wholr
tNI digger that Mill revolutionize at a loss to understand. In conclusion is manifestly improper and unfairfor pounds!" vades our section." per some all the year 'round the

I.. clam industry and make its in1tor I wish to say that as chairmanof a man to invoke the law for redress The general said that in "Beech-Nut"-it's different rry

MI iI a fortune. The machine In its the senate pension committee, bo t h. in a case where it does not Then that ambitious catfish Plan to have a coming-out case the
rr/ -
sA 7 i MCttttoa resembles a suction dredge in the committee and on the floor o rightfully apply. It looks as though Replied while swimming higher; the candidates at Ocala should party for

U haa already attracted the attention the senate, not only was my vote given !the whole business should bo settled) "I'm not eocatla! Punta Gorda will invite them fail 0. GROCERY

of ItpltMUa sWoB an investment but my voice was heard in favor by being allowed to die a natural With aa Ananias: Uai!"-V, L. Stan make ample provision for all and

-1ft Gtlt J HeralJ. of the passage of the most liberal 1 death. Criminal proceedings In tbi.III@'h'I'I'i.II'T7J1r ton In Atlanta CuuttUutifm Ume.-Tampa Times. a good CLARK BROS., Props. Ocala! Fla-
Phone 174. '


... .,. ,. .. J ,,,.,. .., ,.._ iY
'iI .a ip1 ;: ""- ; b tJ .U..J'" JAil !' JI.H .
'lt .. : .. .. ..... .
.-e: .. M __ F :: :: A' -"::" >--' >- -- ..-.
d x
a ,.'... ,' -1 '. =...:.- ," -.' .:'''' ,: 0 < r. ........ "i.r
< ; 4Uo't. : --_', .. 5;
; :
."' -.. ;>: ." '
AI[ .jJ, :"

I .. ...-
'- '-

"y-\ r T:

-- ---- _._ 1
= -- -
-- - -- - -- --- -

4 N.Ufsy teller from the Capitol PARTED-A SONG OF THE DEEP Hit Egotism Puts Richard Hirdmg ,

Davit to the Blush

To the Sailor
Tin- Telegraph stated' !1.1,1 w.-tK
nlliilut .111\! I I'l Ihtth l down, to u submarine town. ,
that 1 UiJitor l.'Knulf": of tin- TaMalu-: '
TU '
"'i> uitit I IIM
noili.iiii fT\ \
li ,
nnii inWl
Ills lionif
with the 'lIrah" to maKf
; it It.. ; h..e Sun was aftllf'ltI11 h otiiiii, 1 ,, 1 r ,..
'l>nep, deep, with the wreckage asleep, ;, !r '.
TUt The: ,point of the: statement:: i b illuitru-
.. r Ain't I no thought (kui: cuwwto The 'path of the world in his wake; I
ted In the
( great expose contained in ,
wIB : Rent, rest, 'neath the ocean's broad I
v.iu I thii.i. wits all ply might breast, the current issue of his journal.: In '!

the course of his story he takes occai i
That I bad Iwl n.r write to tbee." A fate that the ,worl$ ne'er foretells ,' :
.. sioa to describe his four leading char

; acters. They are the governor of the '; q
"lill"hlhllill' 1.1 fearfully dull. Aa Dead, dead, on the ocean's soft bed,
I state, a well known attorney, the editor -,
\. .l ont forlorn creature expreued tl, Far down with the corals and
of one of the leading daily papers:;
.J "U "r nothing to do but chew the i shells. I(
of the state, and HIMSELF. He covered '
rag and chew, and chew." The supreiue -
the governor's virtues in 86
court i is busy clearing thedoeket To the Lassie '
up words, dismissed the lawyer and the
<< pr paratory to the adjournment Weep, weep, and thy love's memory I
editor in 70 and 53 words respectively,
fur the summer vacation keep,
but found it necessary to use up 1G1 I '
( in Align*!. A number of opinionswere I I But thy sorrow is all in vain; I II words to give the public any adequate ;, :\L

baiidt-d down this week, most of I i.I Love love, faithful watcher above, conception of the wonderful importance i'

them being criminal cases. The court :; 0, would he were with thee again; : of HIMSELF. He concludes __

heard oral arguments Tuesday in the Soon, soon, be thy heavenly boon, i KIS laudation of HIMSELF with:, |

Taj1..FI. Brooke case, which will ,, The thought that he is forgiven; : these; dreadfully sanguinary words I I I

ttbe constitutionality of the recent -:, Pray, pray, with the light of each day i "a man who would light to the: hilt

act of the legislature extendingthe :j That thy soul may join his in Hea-I I
and trace a cross mark with the last:

limit of the city of Tampa. lion. i ven. MARTIXEAUX. !| drop." Isn't it qreadful to think we ,i ihave :

\V. A. Carter and John P. Wall i
represented : such a "bad-un" living in our
.' the Ft. Brooke contingent, and Don't Think Broward Either a Sampson -! This
midst.Starke Telegraph. man bought a supply of tobacco without -
lIon. C. R. iunby; and Judge Glen or a Solomon

the city of Tampa. Says He is MalignantIt acquainting himself with the distinctive taste

I am always glad to see Mr. Guuby I' Governor Broward is still hitting at

in Tallahassee, and there are so many '. those newspaper editors who refuse looks just now that Claude L'En- of SCHNAPPS Tobacco which has the cheering
igle has carried his malignant attacks
; ,
others here who share this feeling to bend the knee. Over at Lake Butler -

j,t t that h must surely leave the hills on the 4th, the governor took oc- upon little too the far.people In of his this last state week's just Sun a qualities that gratify his desire to chew, and at

with a very comfortable feeling. casion to lambast tOO editor of the

t Without exception, Mr. Gunby is the Lake Butler Star, who is one of those appeared\ vicious attacks upon Peter less than cheap tobacco.
0. Knight, Wallace Stovall of Tampa.
1 best loved republican in Florida, and numerous editors of the state who .
and the county judge and sheriff of
1 his friends at the capital always give have had the temerity to oppose some
Manatee county. He will now have
1 him the warmest of welcomes. of the Jennings-Broward schemes. SCHNAPPS has been advertised in this Some day they'll get a taste of the real
I several other libel suits on hand! as
T In commenting on the governor's remarks paper so that every chewer has had anopportunity realize what
Schnapps they'll enjoymentthey've
I we understand that the Tampa gPlH leI -
Governor Broward, Mrs. Broward'II the editor of the Lake Butler i to get acquainted with the
I men have instituted criminal libel i missed bynot getting SCHNAPPS
1 and their eight handsome daughters, Star, says: "Governor Broward facts and know that drugs are not used
proceedings against him and he will -then '11 feel like
Dorcas, Josephine Cnir, Elsie, Ella. thinks a change of editors would improve ][ to produce the cheering quality found in long ago they
1 le taken to Tampa by an officer for
1 Agnes, Florida and Elizabeth, and the Lake Butler Star, and he famous Piedmont country flue-cured themselves.SCHNAPPS.
trial, unless the governor steps in
Mrs ftrowart's sister Miss Elsie said so in bis speech here on the tobaccos, and that SCHNAPPS is what he
and the execution of a war in 5
: prevents is sold everywhere
: Dougl/! left Thursday for their summer i Fourth. Perhaps the governor is I tinw.-Dd.anll ought to chew. Still there are chewers

; out ins. The party expects to visIt I I right, at least, he has a perfect right rant for the second who accept other and cheaper tobaccos cent cuts, and 10 and 15 cent plugs. Be

Washington New York and other to his own opinion and to so expressit Record that do not give the same pleasure. sure 7 ou get the genuine.

points, returning via Jamestown, if he desires. If Governor Brow This L'Engle-Stovall-Knisht conspiracy f

where they will spend some time at ard had his wishes fulfilled he controversy should be settled at .

: the itiou.6ev5il would place in every editorial chair
{ once. If Judge Stewart was a party I -
would view the -- --- - -- -- -
in the state, men who
to the conspiracy Governor Broward I,
> ; uf the cabinet are awaat situation through a Broward spy- faked HOW WE DO CHANGE ,
I should remove him. If L'Engle '
is attending glass. He fooled the people when be
preset Mr.I Hullowoy
the he should be made to
telegrams '
office and has their in- Oh the dear old :swimming holm.;, 'HARDWAREI
the in-- .111; of the National Educa- was elected to suffer for the deception. If Stovall
It theree used alo.m!
was : to
tkm.i'; Validation ni los Angeles. terests at heart about as much as the
the guilty parties
are (
unhygienic /If braclua-: h
an pool
the of Russia. He is a promoter
( uiiioiiii.i.; ; Mr. P. Its attending czar let them pay the penalty. In the vernacular

.Ithd .,,,iue: of I ML-!. Knights of Pyth- I flllibuster and a giant in his own es- of "shut ooze.
is or
small a case up While tb! insects stung hke: fun. ana .:: 0 e G
ii- in' IlId.anal'; ''.>, ami Mr. Knott is uiatiou, but is really As it stands, people believe I
put up. ,
1 1'h.. r in Tampa.I I caliber. Not content with the damage self-appomtfd jury tied (our
\ MI-: t. e story or disbelieve it, cording totheir
he has! his clothing into knots and hid oui
done as a governor

I \.i, were urnoffice Issued for..esterI the I sights senate. raised There for is little the United chance States of his friends personal of L'Engle feelings.they If believe they are he There shoes.were lots of bottles: buste'1there : l KNIGHT-MAR TIN CO I II

\ t I' 'I') '! t i.. vi I has toM the truth. If friends of Sto-

\..i.u1 '!-i, ot tn murderers. GeorgeM 'election, for the voters are on to his, vall or Knight, they believe L'Engleis there were were piles heaps of of tin deadly cans junk rusted uu; e At the T. \\-. Smith & Co. Old Staiul. .

: ... ".. Will t.illur. Ben Cooper | curves. People don't like to eat bitter a liar.-St. Petersburg Independent. I

..ad Walter T loml will IM handed l in alplestwice.-Palatl\.a News.A every hand{ ; ; OCALA, FLORIDA,
I I And it makes me weak and chilH! a-
Brookl\ l1 it-Ati ;u>ii : ) will be hanged .u Tribute to Francis MurphyFrancis | I think of the baci'.ii-how we : I Corns and see us when in need of anything in I I
Santa l 'at: county I II The Methodist revival: which was dodged 'ern I shall never under-
Milton ;01."the .au' date in progress last week, resulted in the Heraid the way of
I Murphy went down into I II stand. Washington !
addition of four new members the j : CD .
co''inii'-fion to ,''\alllill Indian the valley and shadow of drunken-1,
The I
I church: Misses Lucy La\ Emma. The people of Dade Citare deeply Farming Implements
W. to its dregs.
of Hon J. the
He cup
1 t war cU\ .'. ttla&ti mn ness. quaffed *
j I Rev Dai- ,
and Maude Mann.
Bertha \ the discotrof \
agitated over probable
Knight '* K.nra! t :iHon. J.JI. Harv By the aid of a friendly hand he rose : :
ger of the Williston charge. assisted ; oil in that town. A deep well Wire Fencing
Charles E.. I stand shoulder very
-l v veil of ''.Ia: lit.I and.! !11011.l up out of the muck to ,
and he im-
York in the meeting
that has heretofore been clear an.i i
the best, but he nev-
Itavisl4dion.. un t to shoulder with favurat t
pressed his hearers; all very has become muddy ar.i1very Stoves Pumps
the friendly pure water.
,| :> one of th,' > \eral com 'I er forgot that it was : ,
a\ bly. It is hoped that he may comp oilyIt is now being tested ald: G) .
'a"I\l by the last l legialaN't" 'hand that saved. He was not among
I' !
salvation again to Surntenille, as the people the people there think it is a uin Guns Ammunition
who sought
legislature number of those
after year the ,
law, liked him very much.Sl1mtenilleTimt.'s. sign of the discovery of oil. Shoul! 1
'.t\! rheas Indian war cow from intemperance by
I' < I.' '
and the this substance prove to he oil. ait I Sash Doors II
legislature evidently through divine grace
,ii, M. .. Thv last but only ,
had in imud this fact, and attempted helping hand. This i is not saying that i no doubt will, together with its :gieat

make this commission the society need not strive as it may to Miami has another sensation. Sadie tobacco production Pasco county \\\\l\: : Blinds Paint etc.
t.i E. have instituted G i
Nelan and A. Heyser rank the wealthiest!
soon among
last' of the ....nt'Tht work of the i make it easy for men and women P.
damage suits against Alachua Post.

eenump'M<'II at this meeting was that to live lives of sobriety.alcohol The has easier downeda the Gore for $50,000 each The Miami i In fact, everything usually carried in a first-

i rKn4lt, .IUI! i.ne out a notice better, but when
that the specific allegations :: of Talaha! -
Metropolis says Judge John W Malone
class Hardware
for it downs manywomen Store.
r'mYfti.iut: unit put in and prove man or woman ( I
all than in former will not be known until the see has granted a temporary injunction
certain period also-many more
ithiu a
tlitir dunes! declarations have been filed, but the restraining the trustees of th-

I : 1 d! turn- and that the commission will years) it is the helping hand The and law suits are presumed to grow out of certain internal improvement fund from selling 0 ...: 0- .
17 to eonddenisei the law that will save.
\ / ( atum\ Stptemlier statements made some time ago certain sections of the land formerly
} I
\V- ( Vnder the act nlbe may help, but it has not the saving
J" !'u <. la.in- by Mr. Gore in which Judge Heyser covered by the waters of Lake
conMderud. for which of brotherly lore and kindness.
claims stall grace and Miss Nelan were connected the Jackson, in Leon County. Elbert:

the ICt-U' .tt government appropriation ball. not As thett'rall alr.'ad the Next to Murphy the Washingtonian movement movement was the same causing considerable secret order )la.bl1of Lake Jackson was complainant \Knight = Martin Co.

l\ U'.I0 i .111 \ revival that this investigations.John in the petition for injunction
MiHim'ni has made no payWMII I greatest temperance
K ;> -" Moody and which is a test case brought by Mr'
What 1
refund saw.
.' I. 'h)><' sta'e except aa country ever D. Calloway, one of the best Mabry for the property owners i u
Francis I
out by the were to evangelism, :
'I" a'rady paid Saukey -- -- -- -
1 :- lien in Florida owns the "faUs"on the Lake Jackson neighborhood, whi
and blue
,- r.' -hould b' uo further dei -! Murphy was to temperance, seat t:he Suwannee river, and is contemplating are; opposing the sale of the lake In;

er h, out th, Indian war arI i i and white ribbons fluttered for a for electrical
the same Education
I' sou on every street and by-way in I using that the trustees. State Institutions for Higher
He has a power --
and I[[mrposes.
t h.:s broad laud Many forgot : the Niagara Falls in miniature The president ot the :Miami F<)i' __ __n __ ___. ____
bin more with that -- -- ---- ---- --- --
I, IIUf ,i. .w \k th" :, went back to walk uo [ and can be used to economical Dallas Bank owned tV! > Kecu'at.' .' -- --- J

J .' I., "n lit Pure" .Aentl: apostle( of abstinence and resu.iecMnn the bnpM-5, or t'.e' compytr? :: '
lal 1 |vn e 'advantage as far as Lake City or and sold University[ of eState !Florida Female College
of living as ,
"h" oi ,,Jlal! ,' :i p-W.\! 1rI : to a better way 'Live Oak. We hope he will grow rich presumable to the >haul, bur ta i -i i ;
.\111" te. t. \'! went back to walk uo morevxi'h good". _
'I.,' I' '. t.- nmu: "" :n the application th's: toive lelmr the of Florida
I I. ul"It'd I that other and vet more gentleupo.'le .. I Tallahassee, Fla.
"II"; 'u'' nil thinks 1 --
P Fl ,11": ot temperance in aL --- -----

.. !I ,""' "' It..n !I l-:" ,.I. of Palestine u'liet _........ .. .- .,....--. _......... .9 '. .
., ,1\ l H.! i < ::1.1:0.1' I' wK l tread the path .1" --- ---- t Gainesville' Fia. A Co.lege:: forVanien.. \ ; : a

t & \;, "I t II' .IMIM\ ':.-M I t 'lh' \ 1\ I t t.'n lentur.ea: !;o. Tl:.n mo\enient I -- ---- para.'ltl: in the South. f-m'.1 .' c a

II. .. I. ..:,d hair died tr...' deah of I of Liberal : : f
1'\1.-: I'lo'uhi to Colege Arts. a >< >r
\1 i
\ \ t. : for
lv' )1 t \ i COLLEGE j i iI A list sra'lt- ipstitir. ; OUH.U: |
.1 'lug\ '. \,, I' lit :S: 1r.i,.\ rilvaiv !nit it lives today in\ r' vital ROLLINS i= men, offering Literary, Scientific Engineering | Teachers, a School of lad': "'ii: !

.! "','1'1.' i I.. Su nu> it 1 lit- \\itl i 1: : Agricultural and Pedagogical -! :
.1 --.n;! V d.! an! .t :;ltd then. WINTER PARK:, FLA. i An" a school of fine arts, luIjiiUSv >

)t" In that: oldtnurr ] Courses. ', "tII
I N1 II "'tik 1 -' i1! .> !Iphy movemeii' ; : t: i' ; : iohn "J *: -
.11 : college! academy, ex j Strong Faculty; weil cq :.,: '< : > '
rll l.t v>,i- !! advantages in high grade
; Offers ,
10 .Iri.,1! thihusidsts: demanded instruction, boththforftKu I i .rc:;, k..,,(.u..iou anti Physical! C : ire.
.,t'ti\ ? i : oratories : thorough
i., 1\10 1..1" 1 I tS\;: '"... i'}' r!," -., 1law: and the e&tab'isameut: of. ;I l'rlsion: music, art, business:: ::, stenography, and doni:rc ;science.; {\ i iI j : and practical: ; Careful >-u- i A Faculty of able spetu.ii: ; : all

Its', --- kingdom by t'ouv of arms, but i iI ., courses. II ,I. peru'':.uu a..1' ii"scip'.ine', h-.",;.1 u.ur*.:!1 1I rt.'partillIDts.:
i < .I Tuition free, Charge f' '." '' ''iali"UHtldn ;
< ,. lira'time healthful and refined surroi ::.,:,'-. !I\r f::LI e :
".. .Ia\ t'Illy I Gaih'eau insisted:: I I Most:; attractive tone. '.
> -" I t tie gentle iu Fire Aria:: r"i: } a
/ '
"I" a-iJress | I Xo i'Jit.on.' '.\gars'F!JJ'Jl; :;:ndeats. -
Wo. \ in love than ui j particulars and room rts"\ai.-:'' Nr : '.:!' : ', r
'.' I. V was moie power L.IfIL': : -w ) : ; -- 'i > j
..d.lO\\ : 1)-1': t\r-, _n-- "v-ry: :> W. .s.e
Itrtt1' U : now just be 'uuat \\' u'MlAL. ,ec \-. | '_ : ,.uL-non \\-r.tC :'Jr (;:.:.4)og.
ollUlli world 1 is: H.1\ ,, ,
." ,'I 1'' : ) :.IA. and tr < !i J. II. BRIN'S[ .).\ wr, For catalogue a-: i iniortn.1: :

./ a "ru1,, h.\ : t',\l'11 11I011"\, : ; to believe that there um\ Lave I \ )I: !
l, "" Teti ,. h'\ ta.th: Prest i at. ; Pn;;: <1nt.
h. ..d. \\\J the f..J I"n.11'11'0 toundatton for the! I i .- ---- "
\l some
_. tt' \hen ,,
to ""il l \il.tt of fac' !l.., him. Francis Murphy a:>.' 51. ... __''-_ A_"
rI a tutt't.1' that was in
\\ : :; :, \II a.- tl' ,'rall'O !! pinned his faith to that psic.pie. A: : -- ,- ---- -------- --

II'N'tl n I". \anim.l{ tuoueys t f': !!!::1 :there is notuuatmg the nuiubt.':' e> -.i -

I f.A ltd tb apatl t h.th sideS i III '.l whom ,his llhWt'lUt.n pu,><. 1. of all'} who the health: of their wo-
11--:0 1 t.' :I'1"a! un ,ju-rtous: u..ule! to t:.ion Great suffering is the lot : women: neglect

ears out of the gl:kr that w,,::":,! t' ttt' u' \. ,' rn.ir.ly! or,1ns. 1'\\ ) reason: to do so, any more than to ne iect a sore throat

;'"' + Doctor---Awv--From--- Home When I 1"c'steady hall. .1I1e wc1:'; :' to 1> .: f i 0 P- : :;he.i ,. or any other disease, that the right kind of medicine; willlcure.: Take

t TN Mc>t Needed ,: Francis M111':" sk'p-

t much disap.it ; ,' :..t, r., ,-'.'
.J ( U \< f' .: J. lest tlla: ;
|VtH> Ph* .
family wil: :
d It "" i t.' -, -- : ... .. Lis Illll\t'\'l-:
< when CrdUI
potnit rLHes ;
buUlt' ty taht' l': 1W
frlllU : toi
; Itne.\;
'. is
th .It'UI'' | \UCes. Disease :\- ,' .I' 'i 01

ah 1I tst t ,II I" cbolera morbus ,r I .:use of h-: > ,:<, :,'h. Tlt:: : t
r and\ .1
.J Se
c have n of ..\ me .K
crall' and revival
moment, .. t : .
tea > i
1 quit, : \-oui.t'. proven fatal ..-fore. \ '-' If the Cl:' -,ian :.I.::. It do harm and is certain to do good.
: ,.*.Ui irla '.r J procured or a li| hy I >.. em pcu.' .t\nellt: \\ .itrue. for all your vmanly ills. can never ,

rt ?Ilk 11,..' Iln..d., The right va>: i iafclau i- I IK- true the Murp'n, .. .. Mrs. Sa'1.: : Blair, cf Jchnscn City, Ter.n.: writes: "I 1 had suffered from womanly:: troubles! for sixteen
'1 : l -
k.. 'F .,t nand, a bottle of Diarrhoea Chamier .-Sacranitn: :o III S mcnt1-_, c-r.d had four d;,ctcrs, but they could: : net help!; me, until: I began to: take Wine cf C31dul.c. .

to&al.t', t ,,:'.' Cholera and can prescribeItrmrtl of us 1 be in a I th :< 1 I am about well" At all reliable druggists, in 5!.00 bottles. Try itWR''r

o rb.lei8n th, 'se diseases. The last one Write today for a free cops 1)1 vaiuabit: 61-page Jlastratei Book fur Women. If you need Medical
tiled upon
n.--"klne. for way were we i ; IN A LETTER I I I -* and will be ,sent m plain seae4! envelop
FlaF better escape: mighty bad 1 A.l1o'he desk your SYmptOms St.1Pi age reply
'\.i It In the hot''! )ou delibera-/: :> J-22 > 1,.._s !I.--a, Al'...,""' rhrba' .....'..,"' 7'1"1'rinPto ( loa"a'lOM'1 TE'n"
lta\ tI.:: all rik.Uhf everything we .
yA -1\1 ,,11'\\ .tttt'rt, and to prove : -
touch P't"t it 1'1.. ) -.II': lill' tell. i
,to,11..1\ S.

I >ialt..: till t.l1.l';,


.. -, -,
__-..," P_ .doC .: --.y -t -
___ -
S :: {\

,-.. .. .-. '- .
-"-- ? '" "" '"
1I' --- --- """- -

: _"' 'Ij j 'i' -; "' te'vtr-: ':. '{:,""..-.4. .....:.,. ,-"" -..... ".' ,'_ "'. -,., lJ .t..< >-,,_.," .. "J.- .-...... '""..'.."r...,:." .
bt .r+ 14iYrf.M ...- ?:r ="' ; :.. ..... :.:.:-

1 ... .
.f 1 1art.


L. ,, SEABREEZE DAYTONA LORMOND. I soil and the spontaneous growth of tiful auiomohiling bathing i s onch-intinj-in-'our- bcafcT House Wine Boon))s. -#*

and where fish "
I things that nourish thereon. !
)( .
II NK. ONDITION R AND DAYTONA BEACH I and limpid lakes ant!
!I The late Col.! C. C. Post was the inspiration clear streams ,
t '1 10III of Seabreeze, and though : n :us are anPROFESSIONAL ever increasing it' TRY OUR

,: w We have just returned from aweek's dead his spirit still tiresand the example -, light.f ,
I --
.. outing at Seabreeze, where arJun.b of his life is working a blessing i flLLEGHANYPU
[) OLD
(. 't er of Ocala people have cottages and a benediction to the little i CARDS
cua. E ,
for the summer. As they are all I .
SALT.! ;1": i city.While
n er trt (..Wrlwrit we were there an election
.. with each other and have + M. D. RYE.
acquainted the little municipal | \V. H. POWERS
", "1-'''' teas held for bonding 1
.,. .. i :
.' .1'"Iof.. .. -'..'. '.', ... ..:i'"...:) ad,peed a happy abandon in the mat : ::ty for strut: improvements and ., -

., I3YAiGG.: .'. ". .i. Y :. rtt > r -r of dress and in the manner of no: : a rote was registered against the l PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
J J It Y/:

I. I e.,_2SFItTS/. .' ,........._ ,-'r.' f't I\.CL'' ; it does away with the auster proposition. .I, Office Yonge- Block. i Put up 4 full
i.IH .
This means an expenditure of $3\ t
.A j:Eof social customs and makes life i i ': FLORIDA "rI
Act AH8 5rrW .RT.fAgl -
,[ ,
: : i I >M on the streets of Seabrtreze. Someof __ Cartoons
in Fancy
delightful.; i
t i the streets are already paved and

'irnjond, Daytona, Daytona Beach I plants with palmetto and other ornamtntai .- T. E. SIGGS

z 1OS; AND COMMENTS and Seabreeze are clustered together t i i trees i LAW. I Delivered l at your
''in close proximity, and in realityare I Somt'hoin: neariy; every town iIJ i i

tI'.n.t'1'acon; of Georgia was hit; one community. but are directed+ Florida except Ocalapeople un It.-I] Building. I Express Office
of ." tbe failure stand the art of transplaning the palmetto ; Law Library
ti : $2" ("j by .
by separate local governments OCALA, -
and rarely: needs replanting ;
tree one
of i : ang hank at Macon.
same as New York, Brooklyn etc.+ and unles too old no tree: JTor $3.201

I I I' .- stood that the two moprtti.i.L' ; were before they were made one by is prettier. There .> not much beauty VV. DAVIS.ATTORNEY. !i ,

II : < aDdldattfor the nut: :legal enactment. Some day these 1l lit-i in an old paln ",,:o) tree especial!] i

n.' : "f be Elks are Dallas Tex- I lie municipalities will be united and I. if it bears the scars of fire and flood -AT LAW i!I Regular $1.00 J a Quart Whiskey; write 'f01

I become a flourishing city. old both
4' ... .1\Jf-IJh.. Mo Nature seemsinL.n i to age :
Mr. Flagler has one of his mam-j in things anima'e ani things inanimate Gary Block complete Price list
-------- :
I hotels at Orniond. On the j OCALA. -
\\ i* ,. ;.1 d. ar oM nature brings: moth .
II !it. a ..ooand little nooks and right hand side of the hotel. fac.ng Ii| The principal l-valevard: of Sea-

1I 1 I f' : ;I. .s. woods and mountains i(I, the Halifax river are a number hid of 1 breeze is perhaps one hundred fein ." R. D. FULLER.DENTI&T.. ; Ocala House Wine Rooms.

onM t' :." :s st.-+''kim Little unique and attractive cottages, JI: width a space of ten feet on each Bank
j Over Munroe &: Ctanibliss'
pUi! : one cares; where away in the tanglewood of tropical' side being left for parkage. In this FLORIDA'J. UCL.FLt) i 1RIDA.
verdure, which make an exceedingly [ have, Uen ,
lit :: .rand moans. space great cement urns > \
-- I, pretty picture. These cottages are I| placed at given distances and are ''
D. D. S.
'1 1' duria; H' :'1 '.=1 author-! built in various styles of architecture I filled with f.-rns. vines and flowers

If: f,. -'.'. TUt'nr r < i>Acrnorj the "log cabin" style predomina ing'l and if properly cared for add greatlyto DENTIST.Holder .............4. +...4'.++ 44.........000.MO.OOt'..41 0

lirtlra' .!L.awn t' :.-. while] Some of these log cabins are buit of \I the attractiveness of the boulevard HOUSE. J

runt 'w': "Hfici! .' ..1 h h'- now i palmetto logs and are most rustic I but when neglected militate I Bock! *+ OCALA'S BIG f MAIL ORDEfj !

h"IIL !jl' I tip :.. I': f_".')IJ"I looking. These cottages are rented against its beauty. Keats did no: say OCALA. FLORIDA : .

Ant j r liruw : 'I..f m\' lit \: :. '. ..r season: and give a tinge of ro- joy forever." 1 MISS I- FLORENCE I BRIGGS. HOGAN

ri.ante to life at this favored spot. The material for pang is taken G. D.

.. On the left of the hotel and front- and
nit '" w..un.cI: \ r.panilkm. from the bottom of the r \-er. i juNOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER.

1 Ii','lfi H.uc :,' T' xas cot:.' :n? the river are more pretentious makes a most compact and durab +
The em- i i +
miff: i ifant :a' they wiS.milar :: an 1 stately winter homes. roadbed. Commercial Bank.
ankment of the river has been wall- the] i' e Having purchased the saloon property fonuejjjy :
.Iltu :u that 8f \' ; a,' : With $3n,'hni+ at their disposal 'OCALA. FLORIDA

tt<* .kn 'I. a .niber I.f -d and terraced, and the mammoth local: authorities at Seabreeze will ----- : operated byV.. J. McGrath and made many 'iifr- :

tth.i.r ,'.:' it --M-d. Th- .1:'; "ak. the majestic magnolia and the begin a new crusade of improving i its provements on same, I am now :prepared 10 handle

.b.t .f 'l>- 81 \ :: ('ompanit.4"lfr :* ,.0> imposing, but none tbe less at- streets. many of which have been Jerrv Burnett : :

:, -'a... o' f' t" ?., rove.' rrae-i\:, orange grapefruit, rubber. neglected for the past decade and ray +*
,boo and palm tree grassy slopes. rietof .,
u> :- I.ald :: :n occ have grown up.in
pa nut1 :L"1-: ; and fences some of most cu- Besides the vigorous movement being Merchant : carried enables me to fill the order of everyone on I *

r:o :, and artistic design form a pic- made for street improvement. : short notice. The premises are now fitted up especially I- :

Thr 'tontt to -."rat nui.., "':1r.' that would delight the eye 'of Seabreeze is planning for a basebal':: : 1 for this lass of the business, and your orders will :

"'r uI ,. .-> tc .I. rtIple> 1.. ,port or painter even though he were of diamond a tennis:: court golf links a Tailoring. t be filled the same day they are rece1ved.an shipped :
('b...,. In stele ,! ,.- 'Lrir ne\T familiar: with the noted landscapes casino. and the erection of another ,. : J
.. and Italy. on the first train. In your next order includeHoganrs :
M u x Xov ;.t' prop.- France \ and still larger hotel. Her hotels. 1 by .

p' to l i.arn '. h'!, ? abu" The Haifax: is a wide. beautiful the way are her chief glory. and ini : .

all I! ti n. and !....n: seifi r:\..r. and it is unfortunate that it is j i the winter; time we are told that they+ S Ocala, Florida. XXXX Rye i

Rid I ton T lw .. :' the wor-; -.) shallow. I are crammed from floor to ceiling and .
tit Ik !lat"f. f t y">u d" l 1' is almost impossible for vessels I present a lively and animated appearance ;; Finest Imported and .: The Best Goods on the Market :

*.HI 1 f than ';d fool : !'rawing six feet of water to penetrate I Domestic Cloths. .

Mi! .r.In J..- tar as Ormond. This, of course. is Soon Seazret-ze Ormond. Da'tonaand : Cutting a specialty; j G. D. HOGAN

--- :h rtf'tl to shipping and makes the Daytona Beach. except for the Fits ( j.uarante d. 44
r.\-r: rather more ornamental than will : .
Z< 1'ar f : I'nit' natural barriers separating them, !

11'41'1 "* himpl! I. -... \lc.: *. w"! ':-,.f".1Urn.1! be one city. and! for beautiful scenery: I : Ocala Florida i

has ...,1 m '1..1 -.'..n Text,.. ..ind and Daytona are connect- I and picturesque situation. will have H. THALGOTT : ,
.' > *. 'w a bridge and a bard surface other Florida LiriHa
from .n. T': :: iantepi <"< its counterpart only in Proprietor cf the
.' If' we 'h* '.' ,f th.s \>-aK'oui a : and the drive from Seabreeze; II cities having like conditions and sit : : Oldest House in Central I Flo i
t'ruoe :r. rail I. :.sa tb.I:. a. i.ght,- beach to Ormond and from uatlon | DUNNELLON BAKERY.Is ) :

". .. .... 11"' .,\l': across the bridge and drive- Bread, Cakes, t
1011 r \l U! t a bee I Now. we have sa.i: the pretty now prepared to ship N ..... ....................... .....................
: : Daytona, and across another+ Pies. Et:.. on short titles: aid
btirnl : .i1 : rri:>':.;' .:. Aa--: v things about Onnond. Seabreeze
.. antees sat'sfaction: in at cases.! j,
is most
:,' back to Seabreeze. a
*' ;> u' ?'.* lut .' r. : Daytona and Daytona Beach. an I Iisn't .
-- -
11Ie:: one. _ _______
UMtfcr <> f"T (I-- u\ i *O p S J. : it a pity "where every p- )sptpleasts ( .n ., .
---l""" .fta "" "' ''''Z''T.I'
-- = "'="' ''' == ''''''' '
II I \tlU ..n: i .'. *.'..ttt- A'i -?* \\ to' have a combination +of I ," where even man. ie.ea: :::- r '

II.II W.t. "-4" -' Las '*- :. .:. river: and ocean. The beach is with the beauty of his surr.in: ::_-:- ,... i H. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BouvieV
::." ::.,.s- noted in America, and what "
"'r1t'1 :
xc "i1::: -nr "is not vile That the pea: : -- Education by Mail!
than the .
:e u.ort: majestic life so prodigal! and abunia. a* :--

1I ti 1 .4..i \ .,:" .tl an wth its rolling billows? tips of one's very fingers ,-hi .: : ,- t1:1 S,:IL kris l 't.2831 bent"''r-.pn7a,,IIE ii.;nr" :fl to get gam.*r "ae.Tiorouihly . I Announcementhave
the we come to a fa ..-i"J.V'.t.: r'.c..J..J" '"So, .1"
: ocean
.. i
-a\ng .
a t. a tr: hI" competely: marred by :5:) -\ :- Grarar :::ttr.'. > .tn -:. ry taa.etc.
.... of wood trees, tall stately and T. JlilL :racGert I
n a:.' Ii. 11 -i, : thing as an insect BU-:5; : mht.,by. a std
t,a/'. tit '!IC ::., ''rJ.I:eous.: facing an expansive rivMa The mosquitoes:; are t-rrt": :" V.m,;.;,a..maJ. .u "tw1 I.liD1.ES.l'aatbna."-- : 'U T &:4iQr4L. : WH jut purtna.ed l the s splendidly'!juii'i..tl l

r..t\t JI ... i vu. it ,I'ft' : : untie declivities and be-+ a battle royal from mjrc'.n-: : ',::' machinery plant of the Yonge: and Cline Company.and .

.. I ... %.\ ":. ocean and river, man has ex-: ,-..
: t 1 a:: night. and. indeed until: t: ;-- solicit a share of the repair work of Marion antiadjoining
,. .d i i fc.: ingenuity to add to the -- -
I'hif. 'iI' H, w..x i : -' s are lost in slumber. If one i" a.--
counties. We make of ;
a specialty repairingsteam
""ft <4Ft :.,. ,' .1% t'rnu- .arm of nature in the construction more than another man is ITJ.lit'i II
r -i-ful: homes lawns and fences; pumps, gas engines, etc.
>r>tt l. I \ ,I" arid w" < thankful for p--"nature's! sw--trestorer"
a : !f IK ,'a' *niVarh ... .II tyt's: at once picturesque pleasing -it is at Seabreeze.The The Marion\ Let us: quote you prices. I

t atraiw o' .. : :i.l a'tractive.We mosquitoes form in columns: I I '"

T.. i]' '' :...\\, hi': have enjoyed drives over the batallions, :
squads companies regiments Dunndloo''s: Be-,1 Hotel: l. :
a sal h.c onTtil :' ir.-i.: > Pt-achtree, street in Atlanta.K brigades, divisions. corps, legions j Ocala' Gas Engine

.t .l''. avenue in Cleveland, the many, and attack you in front and DUNNELLON. FLORIDA :. I I
'.. "d'l'LI l and caircles in I I II
!an ft. :'comn'i'.t ": : streets rear without singing the warnful lullaby I
I Company
Mt I IIt '" 'ht' H., 'xJWI Washington City New York Phila- that the interior mosquito has

., toh' c: t '.1' again .: :< ,'!::.t. Baltimore and other places. I Rates $1.50 to $2..5O per .by\ LrDft".ba1 .1
xir 4t tr I: ? ?, ,'ry a '.' :\r, t..a'.Hy-a rich combination been The trained citizens to over do. here say they, __ =___to.. .=._ ."" __ ._.... _

A U..w1 ,.. 'hl :. d: b. a ai: i commingling: of art and nature- are worse than they have been for a : Under New Management -- -- --

*n I, : I -ha':! rtttrt i.(11),1. : avenue in Daytona bas dozen years, and we can readily believe ; Refurnished Throughout. :+ONONN000 N000ONiINI +i01Ni.iININININ111111
"f :! faded finish. It is, in +
try A oJ I 'ar1. : : ::1 a to a indicate ---
11rtr, ;-111\ \ r. '.. v.o' :r opinion. the most beautiful aven.11 that; they it. for must their have been a dozen I Porter Meets all Train:, i WANT BIG CfJOPS THEN USE IDEAL FE1T1LIZEE i
,,_ ,
an.t I 'is "'. no : the l'nied States So far as we recruiting such an immense

... all > '; j' ,.r ,". t a- >'.v :: has no equal on the Ameri- years army in But tb'- fact that they are i We Solicit a share of the public: : OUR BOOKS\ WILL TELL YOU :

t t ,I' 'i, ,. ',e. tb .:. n'k'iieat. As far as possible! "h have been in ij j i[ patronage. .
now than y i
... ... worse 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES"1
atrt' A .rl.i : '- a'ong: both sides of the avi is ')Consolation to 1--- ::; : %
a dozen years I.: :
a'1 : .1 ,: ",.! ." .:: i i vn the avenue itself havt- .I those who have left; comfortable !I Mrs. plfte manual on Florida crops. I "Soil, Seed, Planting and C..ra: *

I t :. .- '- a- nature planted them. an,i ir i !homes for he p'lrjxise of sniffing the I Kilpatrick, Prop. : tion, Effect of Fertilizers. P.;lr..; ...

:.. ....rhas:: been most prodiga': : : ocean breezes and: taking a plunge! inIthe ,: D.mndlil! Fla. : "FLORIDA ORA.\GES"-Book of and Shipping" ;

t .,' ( .' : ,. -:', en her very best. j surf. special interest to orange grow "PINEAPPLE FER'nr..IZII't:: /
--- : ers.
I ----
.ttif. : t:' :l'; .' :ru::vs are of charming :archi-iI. special interest "'. ." e '
arislrufrom i 4
: comforts
I .: .- h .' ,. ,i Su.: h. The f j Besides the .
: : :- >:un an = <-ni.e i growers.
of mosquitoes: thp.er HANDY l MOTH\ PAPERA .
,n ,,1 i, \ t 4i :"., .:- : \\':?e arch.tecmra'.Iv: :: in : the plague ( "FLORIDA STR.WBERRIES""IbEL[ .
demoli::. h-d by :' + '
: : that was: .
t i '.," 1' ,1 ...- ih t.? buildings: the : a');:h 0--r'Jy"r and :f.5.nf'car.t.: ; Ujokiet: oa "Foil, Varieties, Cul all of our different bran '. .
> of la-t year or -orue pre-" : :: = P',.C"d: u.Tl-r .
:,1: :.- : \. pt W:3: scrupulous cart -f rni fdrpor. :n tne fjii-j;; tl'-a.rn; and ir"fcrt.izaron.,! .
? c.f : -- ar-d cJ..h'! < + ses, prices, e'
been -buil":. aniv ? : ;'rlv5 c. .
:: yt er : av.ayts
t ;" .i I t. i -' ,-'r.0-aaton! of hOilS"'s.'J.- : : -:.': 1 ,;'.:-:-:; '7. ';.. <-. in a' .
*: :is lO pace: frrri wt.;ch tJ f: ": '. -,., .. N'y and r'ci-cti Mj.uon of the ahov.I .
,' 1 : '! :.tshrubb" < rytrees: : rims :- : : <1: : :: :: : ::;: ; ; :, : :::<-j!:;: 1 : ;;n.t! pulIi-l:: \. tlM. ." t. *
YT '..'. T--'f-:' p. ,:: -.;. : .' .'. *
G\.I':-=% 'P'-P 1= a pa : : : :: ;; ;:;t rlJ': .
': I ". "-. ,::-. '.:,.; occasional .:iapa- : ; : :..L\' ;r *
.. vvhere "hyo: '.:n:: pL: > conr-ca: WILSON/ &
I ', : Madigar Pc,,de- : TOOMEH i
I M : :! : : -' .-::1'z:: *':-t'eof the r.r :\'- .. Works Selection 309 t FERILTIZER COMPANY
t and wh: i: h .= free t-\--y night :i ';zweek C a'K='I.e' Iowa. i +
r t : I; 1.-' .:..: :.' > .'-c n c:: a bright sK\ :
a4 : ".> TTVO. T"i.1an"F, j'acard :; t JACKSONVILLE(
.. T FLA. :
: r 1ar.t'a 1 :. .- .1 "_ :';' :':i'::.1 of ravishing i .
.. ; *.. rcn>'.. bow:. ann' other waystry t
o'.t i' \ ', .. +4N."
t' r : were living :. 44NFa""'O NO".1101111t1111101.... ,
rti':'Rno ng J') :, '1 ,:,.t 'h' '" ..::1 :. -...." io its being pea5lngto tj !::ak and no f.s h:ng.j ji --
ccosqurots __ I
the fancy of the go !:? ----- -

T h' i c tisr's as :a rate: are rired!: : j In our local commas: is giv-n an \ 1

!In t.n' .... .: .:' \vl:'::,>. and the winloww, are : iand j account of some of the social don! -'- 13fl ,1\. McMillan ). ,

.a\"" ., : this tt'C:: *;,'.v tave n,) Mini: o'f tL:.'se which will indicate iuw the day sr- \ --. Bros.

Wt' art ,' : .a-'ed: !in ',. T .,. -.. -. I
t spent.
:,' ,-<:s are \ : :io.s.;. a:.i all \ ; !

"bp!!: ::. Hawaii: art now in't i are ornamental.In Soon after !
(It tens .:,I.' the fnll hewer of the outside t'C'oraon5 a great too'-c us driving and we wen: !savers'n : : '$9 );rl1; \ I Copper Works !

JapaoJp I' Ii r'\.t kt'Y! that tht deal of taste has been .splayed: an'! ::its: through one of our b auE'11! /

n* ft y ,r> -.\v't! t I strike money! and talent lavishly: expen !. : tar.r-)cks. The air was soft an I.Id'c'cris )) )j J .l'1 i I Manufacturers of I
Turpentine Stills
at st!! 1 '. 'h : ,, /h: tr.i Phi'.ip-:: The doors and windows are n-\: ; : : and not a buzz from a r.rJ"quito j

r'n.' Tnow tMUj U t uo>::4 fiii &1lt'a:1) ( mostly boarded up and the owners are was heard.It I.set cf harnew VITOld at the i; and General Metal
urvjr to them later, it they had spending the summer in the mountains does that j: of the very best leather and we I jFAYETTEIILLE J
1t certainly seem to us j guarantee it toari-ve abv.luleatnf.lCtJQn .
any nu\o Tb.F would strike at and the Northern water resorts .' derail! conditions. The un- -- --- -- --- -
we Florida people have got things r" HcnoV: an ', alauwt instantly there- this set is $15 *). OftinifOourimmriM 'I Jld Stilly taken in
where they perhaps, hare delightful exchan n
twisted. It seems to us that thosaring with. nunufdCturi-r : contrict ,e for new ones. I alt .no.ttlrourithN : !
ft. Padfte coast They could and by pa>'m"c..*h, I
t It r i :i war homes. j country a
on the seashore infested We can now offer specialtr. Orders
so a limited quantity at $'Jrt.. : by mail .r J
i Lrhg: an army corps to San Francisco Isn't it nice be rich! ] Don delay but st-nd try wire will receiVe
to with mosquitoes, ought to migrate tothe wnlt for a owt at once: or 'I II prompt attention at either of tho l !
Mtor we weld get battleshipsthere I catalog Unity.ANDERSON : follcwing works .
Seabreeze .
I i$ not as beautiful as interior and enjoy its delights \
from the Atlantic.-New York Dayonl.' because:; nature has not where the mosquito! is HARDWARE
as a plague I CO. / N. C. !
Ma:! <"t n :5 o la-.ish: in her gift of'C' : unknown, where the: wols are bean- j SAYAN I
I 2fa to 2H D; MOBIL '
1.1 ALA.r'1. I


.. -" '. .: ', '' .. ;1: :. _.. ": ,
: : : : i = !: -
: : ;:;
.. '.: : ; '' '''''''''''' "" ; '" = ; k.
i4 .
i' .
.. -wz glWi l+j.T
ilii ---
......-4., ..Y. a.. 't -- ::z.- '-'......-.,.., ........- --iF; "
--. N : _", :'i1!'_!
e .i_ T -. I2I ;4 ; """C.1.- "'f'f'- ...... ,. ;.' _!':,

:- ( 1.T-

Carmack's Definition of Democracy 1 j I WILL NOT RUN DISARMAMENT !, THE "OCALA COLONY" AT SEA-
and What the Platform Should BREEZE
I i I
Say. i Mr. Cam Will Not be a Candidate for I Put up the sword! Tbe"o ce of

"A strict or rather let us say, an Superintendent of Schools in I I Christ once more Seabreeze, July 23.: 19i'7. W

honest and faithful-construction of the Next PrimaryTo Speaks, in the pauses of the cannon'sroar Special Cor. Ocala Banner: '

the Editor of the Ocala Banner I ; D
,.. the constitution, which, being interpreted I Mrs. Louis R. Chazal entertained oNtvuirl
O'er fields of corn by fiery sickles CURE E
Within the last month I have had. with four tables of whist Monday af '0.SALTSICK. UIthC9tTeYTttOW
; ia the of
( ban stoo-1 the test for support our state reaped
over 50 years, I R
'. and are ktiU in the tea!. Their absolute governments in all their rights, as the so many communications from friends:: And left dry ashes; over trenches ternoon at the Clarendon pavillion, IN CATTUPRMN anes1 _
ctrtalety of-rowth, their uncommonly asking if I would be a candidate in OF "ANY, YtABi'HS 'TO Bt W&5T IIEDIC'''''c.f1It
Urge j i.. :.1" of delicious vegetables and most competent administrations for heaped the special guest of the afternoon being : ..ri'lE"T 13d R DISEASE I l\ STOCK Of ALL KINDS
beautiful Couers,make them the the next primary for superintendentof "ESTtES: *' ( Tf"'D"A..J"'IWIES T"f..ar"'D
..- reliable and the most popular every.most our domestic concerns and surest public instruction, and pledging With nameless dead; o'er cities Mrs. M. C. Looney of Ocala, who Tll"I 1AH'S IS NOT A FOOD BUT n, or.A S BU 01 WKlkt
k where hold by all dealers. 1907 bulwark against anti-republican ten- I starving slow ClVf IT A TBUL AMI SAVE YOIK AHIMili.:
t Seed Annual free on request.: nie their support, tbat I wish to take I I is spending this week with Mrs. Cha i "*'ICE 25 CENTS FM MiroeSAUBVl.lf
.. dencies. Under a rain of fire; through wards RETAil CR1JI; & KANUFACTURC9 6YACKERMAN&
D. U. FERRY & CO., this method of answering them and
I zal. Mrs. Chazal's other guests were i
Detroit Mich. "The preservation of the general of woe STEWART.PAt1
announcing to the public at large thatI
government in its whole constitu. Down which a groaning diapason runs Mrs. E. K. Nelson Mrs. William Anderson -
will not be a candidate. I had
-- jtional vigor as the sheet anchor of From tortured brotehrs husbands, Mrs. Frank Harris, Mrs. W. j! .
--- -
-- --"--
thought that I would make this an-
\ our peace at home and safety abroad. lovers, sons, I I NOTICEOf
H. Powers Mrs. George K. Robinson
LINDA TO HAFED nouncement about the first of January I
"To resist with the utmost energy j Of desolate women in their far-off
I but as the campaign has started Mrs. F. T. Schreiber, Misses Emma

Frllll! "The Fireworshippors.") I every unconstitutional extension of so early and three candidates already homes and Edna Nelson, Sue and Margaret Application for Tax Deed Under
federal power as against the states, Waiting to Lear: the step that never i S of 4SSS Lawsof
I Anderson, Annie Atkinson, Sara and Section Chapter ,
By Thomas Moore. in the field I think it proper that everyone -
and of the executive against !
; power comes
"How -\\" -etly," said the trembling migbt know my intentions to Louise Harris Ethel and Hope Robinson -
other departments of the government."In 0, and brothers! let that voice
maid. make the announcement at this time. men of Ocala and Mrs. Randall of Sea Notice is hereby given that J. L.
our foreign policy to keep well be heard: Parker of tax certificate
breeze. purchaser
Or her own gentle \olCQ afraid At the end of my term I will have 1
within the shadow of our rock of War fails; try peace! Put up the use- There was a delicious breeze from No. 337 dated the 1st day of June, A
So been in office twelve I feel
long, had they in silence stood the years. I
"How 'Jveetly: does the moonbeam safety Washington that the schools have greatly advanced less sword! tee ocean, which the pavillion overlooks D.. 1903, has filed said certificate in
and the maxims of Jefferson. -John G.. Whittier.
JJile along every line. I have certainly and the ganfes of whist were my office and has made applicationfor
"To out the devil of militar- I
thoroughly enjoyed. Mrs. William tax deed to issue in accordancewith
isle! done my best and the improvement I
Tnlght leafy
upon yon the
ism from counsels of the nation I i FROM FLORIDA embracesthe
of school in the countyhas Anderson came out victorious and law. Said certificate
every i
Oft in my faney's wanderings, i
and tbe hearts of the people and to -
i won a handsome of and following described property sit-
I'vehheil that little Isle had wings, been my uttermost thought and pack cards
put aside all dreams of conquestand New Enterprises-Falling Off in Shipments for the uated in Marion county Florida, to-
on cutting consolation, a sim-
And we within its fairy bowers, ambition. I wish to thank the patrons I
colonial empire. I -A French Concern Enters ilar of wit South half of northeast quarterof
Were wafted off to seas unknown and almost every citizen in the pack cards, the prize was won :
"To make legitimate use of all powers the Pebble DistrictGeneralNews Miss northwest and southeast
by Margaret Anderson. quarter
Where not a pulse should beat but county for their strong cooperationin .1
of the federal at
I goverment S quarter of northwest quarter, section
the work, for without their aid I '
Washington. would have made a failure. 'I It is worthy of note that the land Monday afternoon little Miss Martha 30, township 14 south range 22,
And we might 1110'e, die alone,
"Rigidly to regulate and restrainthe pebble region in South Florida is Kate Rentz gave a doll flinch east-56.43 acres. The said land being
Far from the cruel and the cold- I I know that I have made many mi!,-

Where the bright eyes of angels great railroad corporations, takes, but I have always acted for I keeping up its reputation for strenuous party in compliment to her doll, Rosalie assessed at the date of the issu-

which being natural monopolies This month records the certificate in the
what I thought for the best interestof activity. Edna Rentz. There were six ance of such name
only have a power of oppression too greatto of several enterprises said certificate
the schools, regardless of friend- development new little girls present with their dolls, of unknown. Unless

Should come around us to beholdA leave unchecked-but disclaimingany politicalship. II and further transfers of valuable and the little hostess had prepared shall be redeemed according to law.
relationship or
paradise so pure and lonely sympathy for the policy of the ; mining deed will issue thereon on the
for property. tiny little flinch cards for the dolls. tax
worth enough for I now leave the field clear anyone |I .
Would! this be goverment ownership of railroads. One organization, the Tilgh-i of A. D. 1907.
to enter tb? race. You have a new Lie flinch being played for them by 26th day August,

tbeT' "To institute a wise economy in in the man Phosphate Company, has been the little girls.:: They had regular Witness my official signature and
half dozen men county any
he might seeThe
PIafttI she turned, that public expenditures. excellent !formed. This company have acquired score cards, and little Miss Louise seal this the 24th day of July, A.. D.
will make
of whom an
one you I
cheek put
passing smile her "Resolutely to set about a reforma- superintendent; While I will\' an extensive deposit near Fort Rentz won the most games. There '. S. T. SISTRUXK,

on, tion of the tariff with the ultimate have my individual preference, I will Meade, and are now preparing to con were two tables, and sandwiches, Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.

Hut when she marked how mournfully purpose to make revenue the only sides favor or struct a large plant thereon. The cheese, lemonade and sweet crackers 7-26 By IL B. Foy, Jr., D. 0.
not take to openly
object of taxation. OI'-l plant 'will hardly be ready for opera were enjoyed by the children after

His e }'srfetf met hers, that smile! was "Such, it seems to me, should be pose any candidate.I tion before the early part of next they finished their flinch. Those present NOTICE ..| v
do not wish to name my successor -
-- ; the policy of the democratic party year but when completed it will be were Martha Kate and Louise VIn
but I believe by a wise / election
And, bursting into heartfelt tears, :and such should be the issues in the that I supplied by. two pumping stations,, Rentz, Ruth and Nellie Nelson, Luclle the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial

'Yii. yt v she cried "my hourly 1 next campaign." you can elect a superintendent I which should produce at least 100,000 Atkisson and Onie Chazal. Circuit of Florida, in and for
much more
can make progress
fears, tons annually. It is understood that I Marion County-In Chancery.

My dn-atus. hare boded all to rightfVe Far-Sighted Mr. HustonIn I have made.I I Mr. Chisholm is manager of this new Mr. E. K. Nelson spent Sunday and Ethel Oldfield Complainant. W'
!" yet have eighteen monthsvin the |
part-forever part- 189S a young man, but newly : concern. Jj| I Monday with bis family at the beach. Ernest Oldfield, DefendantOrderfor
I shall
could not llSt- office and continue to the last I -
1 knew it .
I knew. a Constructive Service.
heavenly, but 'tis graduated from Princeton stood before day with the same earnestness and : The Florida Mining Company is
'Twu bright, 'twas Mr. E. P. Rents returned to Ocala It is ordered that the defendant
the name of another new company
a republican convention in Penn- devotion as in the past. and when my I
past! who have entered the pebble field. this morning, after spending A fewdas herein named to-wit: W Ernest Old.-
childhood's sylvania. He was a "reformer. He term is out you will always find mea <

Oh. ever thus, from my was an eVangelist of economy. High staunch friend and advocate of the I They will shortly begin the erectionof here with his wife and children. field, be and he is hereby required toappt'at

hour.I've I the bill of complaint filed
the to
large works at Mulberry near
fondest hopes decay; ideals surged through his brain. public schools. Respectfully I
He<>n my flower Statesmanship welled in his heart. W. D. CARX. i iI Prairie Pebble Company and hope to Rev. R. V. Atkisson arrived at Sea [in this cause on or before Monday "

II tte\-r loved a tree or Patriotism rioted in his blood. From I begin mining shortly after the first breeze last night from Ocala and will. the 2nd day of September, 1907.It .
Hut 't\\aa the first to remain is further ordered that a copy of
his lips issued this-among others- French Divorcees Happy. of next Juanary. It is reported that here several weeks when his
never mured a dear sentimentand the same parties who control the family will return home with him. this order be published once a week
with its soft black eye, crystalline gem of lofty The French chamber of deputies
To glad me Electric and Pearce Companies have 4. a for four (4) consecutive weeks in
But wht'D it came to know me well, disinterested : went into recess for the summer under Ocala Banner, a newspaper pub-
convention at this I this new undertaking in hand. Mr. George K. Robinson has been the
And lumt'. it was sure to die! "It behooves this picturesque and impressive circumstances have'deCIded suffering quite severely for several lished in said county and state.
most like divineOf time to nominate a governor posses- and four hundred weddings -I The Bradleys on the
the Joy of 1907.S. .
Now. too. days with a large carbunkle on his This 25th day
for of their new pebble
all I ever dreamt or knew, sing the requisite business qualifica-I I during the next few weeks will !, location one T. SISTRUNK.
knee cap. lIe is much better today.
the state 'I i plants to mine one of their recently
mine, tions to save
call the of the last act 1
thee. be outcome Fla
To M't' itm*, hear Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co.,
'Y! must I lose that, too?" ruptcy without imposing additional of that deliberative body. I I acquired deposits. Reports state that ANDERSON 726.Complainant's .
O. DII" Jim Rentz was on the sick list for II. L. ,
but that it will
burdens upon the people, for ever jit is to be a large one,
filled with beau-
The galleries were I
several days last week, but is now Solicitor.NOTICE .:;"'
for business until some .
the history of the state it was necessary ( not be ready
A in beautifullgowned in ,
THE GOVERNOR IN tiful women, all
right again.
PUTTING to save a dollar now is the time during 190S.
confections of Felix
the most

time. and Paquin. The flutter of frou frou i Langlois, Jumeau & Riche, Paris,
At the regular Wednesday night
introduction of business reforms | France have lately been maneuveringin
"The which Coats about a
a.....,. the governor believe the and the incense euchre party at the Seaside Inn at Under and by virtue of a final decree -
: into all departments of the costumed woman of, the pebble district, and have just
the Talla charmingly Daytona beach last week Mrs.\ Wil- entered by the Honorable. S.
his organ\
t.4iarrntaidde by would redound to consummated deal by which they
j a
state government the lower house
France penetrated I
liam Anderson won the prize, a pret- Bullock, Judge of the Circuit Courtof
,. Situ? of the state and to the republican I have come into possession of the
l. the glory amendment was
a '- where an important I ty gauze fan. Several of the ladies the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida -

Tt:..: governor I* very: close to the party." about to be debated to the end that (i Pembroke property, in Polk county from this part of the beach will at- on the 13th day of July, 1907, Ina

the Sun'sruwiplraly The young man was Joseph M. Hus need wait ten months I In the near future these gentlemen
ttun He kftowi whether divorcees tend the Seaside Inn card party this I certain cause pending in the Circuit

charges are based on fact ton. lie became an architect. From after securing their decree before;, intend to mine this property.In week.: Court of Marion County. Florida in

." He Knows whether the merely "an" architect he became"the" they could marry again That was the addition to this land pebble acquisition chancery, wherein the City of Ocalais

or# OB I U "Ink King or telling the truth. architect-the architect, in fact way the law stood until a few days"I it is reported that these Paul Weathers returned to Ocala complainant and Chandler. Yon-

a If* the tiun'a charges are true the : of Pennsylvania's new capitol. is ago, but pressure: had been brought I parties have likewise obtained con- Monday morning. He is being very gue, et al, are defendants whereinthe

duties are plain. Thus we see that farsightedness to bear upon the government to allow trol of tbe hard rock holdings of the greatly missed by the other young undersigned was appointed special
0M tMuid remove County Judge a precious gift. By taking Mr Hus emancipated matrimonialists, so to!j. old French Phosphate Company at boys on the beach. lIe remained master to execute the said decree;

Mc..ar'11. of Manatee county from offer ton's advice and saving every dollar a speak, to marry at once and there. was j i Anthony, Marion county, and it is pre--here for two weeks and bad a big therefore, I will offer for sale and

I large fund was accumulated in the Keen expectation on the part of the I Iattractie : sumed they intend to mine the same time. will sell for cash to the highest bidder -

\immediatelyMind the Sun says that this public treasury. If the fund had women in the gallery who i! later on. This property was mined a onMonday ,

you.been "handled" by fl'prl"'lt.'IH" been small, the architect and others had come to hear the debate. But the i during the early days of phosphate in Dr. W. H. Powers enjoyed a very September 2nd A. D. 1907
bun of the -interests" It calls concerned in the erection of the new premier whispered to the president of!I I Florida, but was never exhausted. restful day at the beach Sunday. He at the court house door in Ocala.

It capitol would not have fared nearlyso the chamber and the word went the I Shipments of hard rock for the hand between the hours of elevena.
.. stamp official. says was the guest of his:: wife and Florida,
/ ii. 'I rubber it happened, Mr. Huston to be no dej -i' half of 1907 show falling off of
hU judicial authority well.s rounds that there was first a some little son, Harris Powers. m., and two o'clock p. m., at public

b. awmlith" further the political ends gave praiseworthy advice, and he got j ate on the: amendment.The I : .510 tons as compared witb the first i auction. the following described prop-

to be tiMtl to reward. It paid him to be a reformer submitted to the six months of last As there wa! i
O Knight. It charges thatJuitc his question was year. The fish are biting well noand erty, in satisfaction of said decree

tie I'Ht-r Htrwart receivedinstructions" and a champion of economy house and was carried in the affirmative a decrease of 35,633 tons during the the young people freia Ocala are all to-wit: Southwest quarter of south

.. ,. ,Nndiut his court from the so- nine years ago.-Louisville Courier- by a unanimous vote. I first quarter of the year from the corresponding developing into very splendid fishermen -[. half block 49. CaldwelTs addition to
I.- i.
U'ralird,- 1.-lntefNt--- I" speaking through|Journal. The number of divorcees who had r/efiod of last year, the and fishermaidens. ss Louise th-3 City of Ocala. Marion County,

I accumulated during ten months was figures for the seeond quarter of 1906 much thereof as may
Harris caught a big trout in the river Florida, or so
their a***!! Killed Him Out of Kindness.In each ready and anxious show the quantities
Siw says it ran prove all Just large and was | and 1907 same I I the other morning and Master John be necessary to satisfy said decree

Aid he the trial of Mrs. Mollie Brown to embark again upon the peril-!I shipped-about 165,00V tons. Chazal has the: reputation of being the and costs. JOSEPH BELL

tlfcwr ,MUt- are true. Judge and her son at La Plata Md..for the ous seas where shipwreck had but |! There has also been a very small most successful fisherman among the Special Master in Chancery:

If lhcM> ihuiK--dis&raie to the judicir I murder of her daughter's cousin andrecreallt whetted their appetite for another I! decrease in the shipments of land I Ocala colony. lIe never returns emp- f. E. BIGGS. 72G.Complainant's .

8tr_ .art U a H. deserves, more lover one of the attorneysfor voyage. The disappointment at the i! pebble phosphate through Port Tam ty handed and spends the greater por- Solicitor.

) of Klortda recent official offender the defense said in his plea to the failure to hear. a debate on the amendment -< pa. Tennessee export rock stows an tion of his time fishing.

ttrhlt! t hit n aa> attention was soon lost in the more satis- increase in shipments of 10,825 tons as MASTER'S SALE
the prompt
in r"u": '. .. orn to do his dutY The ingredient of murder, whetherin factory exultation over th definite I Irept'al over the first half of 1906. The comparison Bruce Meffert came down Saturday
II' a 1>--rfc'r is mal- restrictive clause. I of first six months is
the as
second degree, of at Daytona S final decree
rt't't'Dtl! summarily re- the first or night to spend a fortnight Under and by virtue of a
. X"I..* .:. \rtoiw is there any evidence of The consequence is that there willi follows: mother sisters and
of IHival county for ice. Where Beach with his entered by the Honorable W. S.

( }JBu.ut.t S Judge his duties. What i: malice in the killing of Posey? None be more marriages in Paris and! Sa\"annah-1907. 91,645; 1906, 97,- brothers. Bullock. Judge of the Circuit Courtof

UK iu.clwtittn. Jiulgo who delibei- whatever. It is true he was killed at throughout France in general during )' 198; decrease 5553. as the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Fto-

hh! .",: i do to n I accused and by deadly the next few days than there ever was Port Tampa-19o7, 18,066; 1906,
liu ortlce to the pur"f the hands of the Mrs. Claude T. Ansley of Brooks- ida, on the 13th day of July. 1907. to

.u< vIM 1r.t'd'. attorney? 1 I weapons.. but no malice existed before during a similar period. Forat I 36.S47; decrease, 18,781. ville spent Monday and Tuesday at a certain cause pending in the Circuit

>-< 'H'-'iaium-111\ |, true, that is before or since he went to his grave. least a month the gay capitol will Fernandina-1907, 66,72; 1906, Daytona Beach with his wife and son. Court of Marion County Florida,

li !it.: K It" ban done. I The evidence shows none. He was be'n fete with all the sounds of revelry -! 91,103; decrease 24375. They will return home with him this in chancery, wherein the Ctty *I

!1..1' I >ii_< :- l0 art ( and belong to the I Pt. -1907, 89,658 1906, 83-
which Inglis
,. nVrF1Wrkfl05* whether it I J their kinsman. They respected properly ; afternoon, going via Jacksonville.It Ocala is complainant and D. D. Lo-

\ii. '> $ cherished for him the kindliest feeling merry marriage bell. I 362; increase, 6096. zier et al are defendants. whereto S

"t. > ..i' f.U" Premier Clemenceau. moreover, has! Brunswick-1907, 33,320: ; 1906, 26,- I as
the governor act- of I is proposed to substitute solitary the undersigned was
\\ h. .Iu'.t little act endeared himself to a part of the population | 217 increase 'il03.I :
course it was merely a ; confinement during six years for the special master to execute the said decree -

I 1I I't'i: : homicide, that alters the whose good will is well worth |I Totals-1907, 299,417; 1906, 334,927. I I will offer for sale
of friendly I death penalty in France. No death ; therefore,
No jury The wine growers may rage i Total decrease, 35,510 tons.
of the case. having. cash to the highest
whole! aspect sentence has been executed for some and will sell for
convict anybody, least of alla and the anti-militarists may imaginea I I Pebble
\\(HIi&I time. bidder onMonday
; nephew in "the vain thing. The government has Pt. Tampa-1907, 246,921; 1906,
'srjwv4? !..uifor killing a I I September 2nd A. D. 1907

tlttYOUI! .l : ; .. t,, kindlier t feeling of friendship.1'-New gone into its summer holiday on the 252.959..; decrease. 6038. Every true democrat ought to put at the court house door in Ocala, Florida .

crest of the waves.-Atlanta Journal Tennessee Export Rk endorse the the hours of eleven a.
.. .. V"iuorld.l himself, in a position to between
.. 'j l'ensacola-1907, 52,038 1906, 41,., II
v ::1 following from John Sharpe Williams: m. and two o'clock p. m., at public

6I\ffJ \L 1 r\; ':.. can't make: poor men rich by When Governor Hoke Smith of 213; increase, 10S5.-American! Per. | "I call upon the democracy to emphasize -I auction, the following described prop
--- : cries Chan- Georgia. signs the prohibition bill he tiliz r. .I of said decree.
'nOI 1t1 >'h men poor things we are agreed upon erty, in
A'I (J .. ; lJUY I ..\ :: and t' is well answered will sustain a personal loss of $60wn ,-- and to forget the things we do not to-wit: Commencing at south'est corner -

jig rDP ., tout-ton Chronicle by the re- ', and he will sustain this loss annually Motion is Seconded I agree upon." of block 32, Caldwell's addition to

: ,' we can keep poor men from for a term of years. He ownsa The Ocala Banner has sug- stec I Ocala, running thence east :200 feet

!t\Dsiery V !1I1:1l.l too poor by keeping rich third interest in the Piedmont hotel I that the candidates for state a\d national The postoffice receipts at St. Petersburg north 83 feet, west 200 feet, south 83
? .fcolor
,. I' )5, r"I'I:'Ol gyptiIfl !. .S fioni setting too rich. in Atlanta and there is a clause in the I offices who: are to r-n in th for the fiscal year ending feet, or so much thereof as mty bet

..4,' Ion.., "' c.k-w me.lmra> s*orj (t!N' lease that in case the sale of intoxi- next general primary ir ihfs; state get I June 30, 190S. were $10,077.00.. -This- necessary to satisfy the said decree

'II !<' ....,1"I ps.U: '1 The red bird is the prettiest of our cants is prohibited there is to be a together and have r. r aeral understanding year they were $11,537.00, showing a :and costs. JOSEPH BELL

'U ,tOrt.ros pL1AaCottO'. \,. :gathered songsters, and though rarely .i reduction in the rent of $180,000. It Pevhaps tis! is on the line I gain of $1,510.00.Do Special Master in Chancery.

L d t. ",J .t Iw. ..IM II anIF" l ever killed do hot seem to multi- will be a costly signature.A of our recent srsgestion to secure a T. E. BIGGS, 7-26.

pair'. ...,... > plv. more's the pity. They are theClt'opatras brass land, us:>-.. some orators of your part to life the whole racea Complainant's Solicitor.

of their kind and if blessed stock company bas been organ- abut get imo the race. We rise to notch in the scale of humanity; I %

with the music of the mockingbird ized in Quincy for the purpose of second the motion Brother_ Harris. then your heaven will take care of Helen Gould is at last rid of her

FISHEL priceless. hotel to cost $10,000. ( FemaI !na Record. itself. count.1 .
.r 4 Sold by M.' they would be almost erecting a ;'. .... countless

-' -

...... -ffiSS*
: -
-- -- ,, .
( =
y -- ---
:: t -

.. -
-<' -
'-, -',' -- =- -
I ----___-__ ._ -- ---" "

r T r.r., ,

_ u-

l I. M Dig orrojcci'." Whole Polk; State of aentnt I Tin.to me 'I!j V" I I f I"t" I" I'" I I I I I "t I I I t t I "3 I"I" "t t "I" ,t I t" "ftiiiii" ,t t,"t"'t t t t" ""t"" ," !

Ttc X-: -rry ( county ....
has th: Blowing interesting h> :t "H' I e---- .
r news: fI -- -
"Beloxvve give a few lines iron.: cs-- -CJ

Crosby! Thompson: promoter *,>i :::>' ,

Eloise: .?-:J! projec', which i is u }II ti' t.. -.....

cross the oiate. His article ?u-ik.-); I C>-- A 1-6

for" 'O.r!j'-:1.:! -irvey He says1 just: complete! iron:: := 1tu" > Ii! I; I 7S: B' Fl. OTB. E. \.. I :-d:

the Htutii\ fork of the St.) Lu. i ii- iiu-i : ,: SimC sLl
to L-ii.: keechobee, gives us a -- _
much "..r.- satisfactory route t!L::::

any ::1'fore surveyed.Y! ::.r. E' } OL -
an a.. ;'a' of only two feet of 0\" :- Q' ri

burden.. anl all sam] and muck! I'." .......
tin;. \vbe:! : the survey made by Fro: > .- '..
a little r' I-:her north showed >oiu- -- -e
I -..
l -
cutting: : a: ,;reat as forty f t'd. HIM! i|
their !."ngd showed much ruck. --
'! -- \-ch
'Oir.is i the first and only i-or.- 0'- __
pletisur.vy: with stakes set er.>
2 tHj "t.-. :a-l borings made to tr.'L; ; :: E :C :C; WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ""' C :Cot
of canal c :t every quarter
.. .
'The! :Florida Engineering r.,:>.: -cD
pany hacharge of the work r.nk :r -
FreU C K\ers. The canal rUI:!.' itwtntvt > C- --.
miles and will l \i" 4 -- ...................+.
!u' long < ....
sixty fe .: wide and ten feet d.-ep. '< .............N.4.4444+...+ ..N1... ...+..4N44.N..4N+ 4K.i0.N.......................... ..

The --irvey. from OkeechoWe ;,1'1\< ( -- e -
Kissimt! river, through to Lake btapoga. > : : 4 -0t
I 4 ,
and up through Arbuck'.e! and CAR 4
Reedy 1 lakes to Crooked lake j is n.i\v : 4 -a
In pn.igre.-s.= A junction will tht re J.. i'i a oes 4 4 -.
a- ItlS 1 0 4 ;
ell lIes see -
land made wi'h Transportation:the Eloise canal and of Lun.i.-ri the!,I- :: ae : I WAD 1 4 4 4 --. I i

Company. i 4
'Surveying in that country at ::.:> ''" 4 4 !;

time of the year is very hard, but \\< I i :/:: : ORDER QUICK. 150 Ib, Sacks.1 4 4 !

cave a corps of the beat men: ever :L i s- /W 4
the state.' i iI e- -.. !
ii i I 4 in 5-lb Boxes. 4I !{
Mr. L'Engle! Will Do I I op--' 4 4 4 REYNOLD'S NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO I -

Writing from Micanopy. a core t-:, I 4
pondent! suggests;, the name of1:' i E: 4 ROSE LEAF PLUG TOBACCO 12 1/lb Boxes to Case i 3

John C. L'Engle of Jacksonville i: tot' !I 4 .....
governor, and says: "Talk about ,\\. ;: 4
men for governor, what is the matt :. I:I E i New supply GERMAN STOCK FOOD Condition Powders &e/ 4 4
with Mr. Joan C. L'Engle of Dui a. : 4
lie is the man that would till t.i I 4 ti 4 .110.0
::: 4 4 -
bill and would certainly give us ;u I I 4 4 -
-- 4
good, clean administration. We wU'1:! 4 -I.
like to see a successful business man: I t 4 -
and that i U what we need at the h"' 4 -
of affairs. And he bas a g.'nu..1 4 4 4
backbunt- One of the right sort.Times1"a .' -I : 4 4 -
: n. I 4 -4J
I)r J.. .1 C. L'Engle most aire.i; !!> i I -- .
would! n.aFlorida: a good con-i.--:. -- t '

Lions gt.-.t'rnor. One who would ac.-:!. _P-__ 4 4 '
carry ,:.-:.:[ to the office and ont -- .. 1E' cOFfEES irl j
who wn..i rise above all sons o<: l
chenu"- Select him, or some Fiu!'..;: .-- i il.
Ian iik- i..iu. and all will be wt-:: ...... i 1

t The Hon Tru.Ji hu C.Democrat L'Enjjle I ,lifts and its would ha:.ik-i :.- E: f the most exacting i trade. 1.1 i ..:] 1 i

to hair !\.4: as governor of Florida! !
4 -
Tallah! :. ->. t True Democrat. -
Emsca-. : 4 4

An Enccrsement for Mr. L'Engle 4
From Ocala

i II.a,1; Florida, July 14. li<"7 -:M: ND&

ii ('lau it" i i. .gle. Editor of Sun: !11 .t- tip 4
i .... tom? 4
Sir-I; t' just read your stor> 1' aTst
_. _. .. _. 4 -
It bun: 'Le acisan d doings oi ':. ,
: -
.lt 'rut'.ind agents of the: blv.-: : D- : L ,,""_. __-'T\ __.._ :; .:t.-J.., 1\-. .._ ;- m>.. 1.; ', 11 I .'" J. R 4.4 .--.-

bond c'n't. .tloas. and i it is live :..,>- G>-- .4 4 -
for m- 10 say that I !telieve! etet: 4 4
:E These in demand this
4 are at \X7e
Word that you hair >.tid.<< Truly tt;. 4 4 strong season. are 4 4 -I.
Wt-r- dr.\t n to the wall: when iluy! si
far in.- ,\."lr heads as to rv-ort ;' E: 4 4 carrying a large. fresh stock and can fill your orders 1.1

ut'h ,.n i iLmd methods! to rt'nt > ear0'- 4 .
a.d i>:l h-tii r you. Bar it was a r.r\: \ 4 4 promptly 1 Send them 1 in, + \-4&
.. 4 :
i.. .n'irtn.'ver in :he I'ast had t.t-:: : 4 4
been f ILL' :uted l-> an editorho:: 4 .
t! 4 4
bold. : : their 1'0\\t-r and! i:. 4 4 -
..... ___ 4 4 --e
.n'1 d Yt ltI. as a she %;TI1: < : 4
0--- i 4 ..
Evert+ii i:: P" ');' s :' '::" ,
,, -- c 4 -
tl Ii": r di.hunr!: t-ncro.---' :. 4 4 -10
"','!i'- !!ian'r: !" wlr.ih: ',\ :' rlaD't -
taa'" : .1t. future Il.IIt't' dk:: :::' 4. -
,. ,. -- 4 4 .0
lor th ': manlpua: : k:: "a' 4 4
bnttr,. lone !ln. v\ .rttt'rtbrne .t,:'. + ,__- 4 4
.t. bt"tI'hmdl "r ta.. ,',.;' DI-f 4 4 4 4 -
'',ir.r.' ". ts, h.tti a. .rint I. : .t........ .. I' 4 4 Select Canoed Meats 4 -Ic
-- 4> -
.0u.,1 i t all furt tbb..uA :;: : 4
.i .. lIt F"r! : ; : I ctlatt ::.:",:' 4 4 4 '
1I t "Q tht. \.1. htt 1 l 1.' ,., : '. i 4 4 4 ---1
1 '... :E 4 We supply almost everything in the lines 4 4
vii :.1 : flr F i" !It' 3: : i iI 4 can of goods 4 t
I 4ta'r ling to 1:.' ;,ttJ': ':.' j! i

t ntt'! ,I.! b&t Ii'.i, : ....> se: t.- :'.'- i ii i iI I := 4 4 4 that are just now in demand for picnic parties and cold 4 4 1 1E
f !It' Irat\'I L\ --' III 11'I I 4 -
t ," .at t'." ', : .-:. ,' :,'.:'. :- 4
I \ v 1M"1 ':. \,'. : 'I--. .. : : 4 4 4 lunches. See that an assortment is on your next order f ,

_. S
Ih tlt' : '
: 1 :' i- .uheem : :: P-- .
I .. .. .. ., i 4 4 -4\
: h :
.5 ea .1' ;" : \ 4 -4 I
.. .. .. 4 4
tt ; ip't: T' '::- all: :! I 4 i ii
.. .. '4ems 4 4 : s
a. '! .ca\ 4
'1\ 'ft' the S"s::I 1 F w> !'. : P 4
n. \ 'lt1It!I.'" ll:. i C 0 VXT EA 4 4 -
1:: !It'. that: "':. vItMth '. : 4 -10
.1 I ,t. \ ';.. -e v '-... c D-- 4 4 -4
4 I .., 7r,'ft... ', ,. 4 4
1 pr:
,.., 4 4 j
,of 'ht' r := 4 All kinds for 4
.' ..: "h...: '; ,r,., : : :. I Ii ** : summer planting.] 4 4 -
h YOUT"r :'-> G-- 4 -4 j
A'rte- 4 .. '
t..MO.N4.Ob N00ONNN ... t..o ..fhN4.N+NNN..O .... *4 --4f I
Anct.r GoIo..torial Candidate I .t .
++ .. .
___ + --f/t; :
Tv' St,!. <..ir.!, organ of .e cfknr'Ts.r ---: :'. : --- 0N44t)1t14i4. 4......... ...... t
,,,, I -
r'at' : r :a. znak..s :.t f.): :. .
.. R
luee t rPT I t-
M1ij .' I :Enj g''> '. f. .L'.' I G,1- -- j

f.-r Ftor'Av i- x ..... 5
.l'U"\d h r i of. ;n.' Wv.ul.1! s-r.i. I '

tl.r\.1'! -. -f the i....' : to :\.. ,, \ k -44 .
I< t:: : 1 a's.lity. -.rtile-j j IC>- ..C1 -s- .,
(CJ-- f
I ertt! h noOn p..J: !;,:<1 t.-e or r':\" : CI. --
I' .* -. % jt i the ch.\noii are '!_.,' j S .
.. ,
P" ;' -' will K1 .o::sidrn- j 67 I
:ate rcrnatoria' car.la I '
> nominated < \., r;. j
; 13 l ,!i.l! !more tht' :y' 4! OCALA FLORIDA .

_._ """' .__"t" IJ.Y 1.- ,' th:.:' __ J Jt ,
: .
Sf'i"! ; o W :In : >n for IV. :
SM.1.. .". his f.-r.: .. 4 -- .--.0

11 11l t '!. ;be! ':u t.. I:?1, ',.., " '66"" '6".6"6'" tti 6'66'66'' :

" ,'

-- ti.

f i
j. ,',-."."
r g