<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The Ocala banner
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00441
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00048734:00441
 Related Items
Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

Full Text
... .. '-
'Or" ..-




1








i r" E LlBJUV.NER! '





=
-
-

THE XE\VJI'APER-"WIUT: IS IT BUT A MAP tto' BUSY LIFE ]ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST O \t( 'EH; :,."-t'O'rPEH. -

!i -

L \'OL.12 1 N O. (U.; OCALA, FLOKIDA, EHIDAYl'n'; T 9, IiOT.) OXE DOLLAI A YEAK

: -
-- -- -- -- ---- -
-
--
-- --
-
--
- ---- -
t .............0..e............................+ Death of W. E. Zimmerman AN OCALA GIRL CARRIES OFF ----- --- -- -

w ............................. ................. 'arrn 1 THE
Eugene Zimmerman, who HONORS
.
s
.
4. .4 .+ i died at Martin Saturday evening, wasa I WE ARE ALWAYS READYTO

+ most valued employe of the Coast These are the winners:

: : NVAL'S : : Line. He was both capable and accommodating :Miss Godson. . . .;512.i; :? lV> CO-OPERATE WITH THE MAN WHO THOROUGHLY

b and also was very popular -;:[ Miss Zelley . . . .45S. -l3 UNDERSTANDS HIS BUSINESS AND IS EARNESTLY

: : I, : : with- his constituency. For eightyears I Miss King . . . 140,943 WORKING TO BUILD IT UP ON RIGHT PRINCIPLES. WE
i. ECZEM i he was agent and operator at WELCOME THE CHECKING ACCOUNT OF THE MAN
LOTTO
Martin and during that time he did! At 10 o'clock last night the contest
Pi i a i 4 n I WITH SMALL BUSINESS.MLNROE .
ail possible to promote the best in- !I for a free trip offered by the Miami

: : .. *. ',I t"rests of the section. Xo young rail i Metropolis, for three Dade county la-
4> !j!i road man was more popular and his & CI-I.L.\ IBLISS
50 Cents Bottle I 4 I dies to the Jamestown Expositionwas ,
:
: a : ability coupled with his great faith- BANKER
. brought to a close.
fulnfhs to duty won for him recognition -
OC 1LdFLORIDA
: ; AT THE 4 :1 I from his superior railroad o- The contest has been on for sometime

- dais that indicated a strong businesscaiver I I and has excited considerable in- ;J

/ .. 4 had he lived longer. He made i. terest-more lively interest perhaps : --- -
4 heroic resistance to the burning I - ---
Conquer --
I Postoffice Ston rr .: | than any similar contest ever held'in
I Drug OCALA PEOPLE CONTINUE TO : the branches
4or ; fevt r that parched him for seven among :: is a rustic sum

r + \\e'-ks, but it was too strong for human the South. i j- ENJOY LIFE AT THE BEACH. i i mer-house. After enjoying the b:;

.. v I endurance. All classes loved It was the interest which could be I i tree the party drove to the ruins of

j honored and respected him. ) possible only in Miami for Miami ai I II: Seabreeze, Friday, Aug. 2, IftoT. an old Spanish sugar mill which is
: : : Prescriptions Prepared Proper e er
: i HH death was indeed a sad and j j| ways does things bigger and better j Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Schreiber -, another prominent; point of interest
, (> + heavy lo3 to the section the CoastLine around Daytona. It is a mile
: west of
j
and with !
tS more enthusiasm than they | was the pleasing hostess at a whist
.....*..*....*.*...*............. *..>.....***<>| and his family. Mrs. Alice j are done elsewhere. I Port Orange. and i is well worth f'. --
at the Clarendon
there
party pavilion, .
........... Town!, >lId Zimmerman his wife has i ithe | ing. In the days:: of th: ,' "- xrcai -
, .................+++ + There were a number of candidates I
Banner being five tables of progressive whist. pation it must have t i>. ,
r sincere sympathy of the ]i entered and their friends worked j n : ; : i en"e
a I - -- --- ---- and a host of friends in this time of |I| nard for them. This was I Mrs. Chazel won the first prize and mill and the grounds -ar: the

, Mr.I 1 I';. 1 II. Mote returned yesterday her great bereavement. the especiallI I Mrs. Powers the booby. Airs. Schrieber j old ruins a r.. .- \-:--?:mAUgUrtlH' '.:: :'. _. ST.
case duringthe week '
and -
BIGGEST LINE : '1'0111 a business" trip to Leesburg. I past ] is ,
most hostess .
a agreeable and
: > gVi'A an I
yesterday the work of the friends ofj!! Ii
ri in-terred I her the forms a ::>, .
guests enjoyed cards im- -re..il"
: beer[
3 I )lr. .Ii,,,' ,h C. ilaihews, one of the I | the candidates was energetic and un- |i .
: OF ; : I etery in Ocala by Messrs. Mclver & ceasing. j mensely. :Most delicious ice cream j which t" or : l tiie :" ea.-

I Pert; )na.-.tvil. and most i>losperoistlees MacKay. undertakers. His paruits ;! Last cooled the players after the -,:1:,i iAlr.s. ,'- oak .o : n.- : pi .
: night a great crowd gathered !
I .I :! oi the soil in Marion county and brothers from Inverness! were i ipresentat at the :Metropolioffice: : an.np\ to the : Schrieber's guests werei: ;r. -. tJat- :rac : e).._

MI.je down -from Fleniinst; 3r | very moment of closing cotes: w" itbeing ,
'ti lui.-iness. The life he lived wa* clean :and handed i in. Airs. Nelson, Air-. lie > :. AirA: i 11 tl: : 'ant Ii.rn'I' ,

1' 0 IWATCHESIt beautiful and it iiatruly- f-e said I At ID o'c'ot-k thi- contest closed! and : d.ron, Airs. Loo.. \ '.!' s E..:. : f':: .! : ,- r, r. -

Mr. .I..1. ljimian has: charge of tin that he did till! the: aood he could to i I the jiidsres proceeded to count thevotes. and Edna Kelts l: .-'. i 1 L'-: h.' d l 01'r r''!., t.-t'

\ ('.-ala! rn'ins Club during ih-1 ah- all class and condition of men. Hen : The following! was the result: Lia-.i Margan! t .*.in, : '-t!:,., ,t'' I, t1: '. .

I : -">u"v of11'. Williamson. who kl, : [ \ .i] ills; ft1V.!! Mail 1: afu-rn !H'-i1'! ;i ,..- .m, ui tit! (IrS: .i.i'i
FOR l"p 10 yesterday: >ou hiss!
: : joiii,"d I the "Ocala colony" at :SaM I (,rat e Pheips ;vas in the l lea a wirh :1.. .. Air- .-\ ..,, IV.L.r; Me'J :;;- he U. C.i

. A Business Change -r M-! V.'m: : .. ri- : .
: "r''l'' :':',T>.:!If'g.. MLAnna 7-j'lev'!; h'.Id < -.i. an : i' ) ; \ ::'OIJ'

: lADt: U.J! ; CtMTUMAM The livery and .-::lt s t-tabiVs: !,!r' econd place with :"1.i'll ita:>-?. \\hil Ji l. I uY. ': ar.' \- It'll!. '. t1....

: CiannoiMeffert.: : tlrtxpi r; the past: year or rvu can-HiPfed by tii' Miss MalH (;;odsntt was fliir! "u tlv ; ha::. I ra" : ha!.!

. Turin (' has bv-t-n i i'r- '., r'L. 11 e- .:- ;
I \,0(01': for the Commercial Bank. Marion ( !Ul/un: ;: list with :242.i:! : *:!7. i !
1!f Cobi.l. : \\" ., 'tt'lM.N'.,. ; 1.: ," :
: Ii I It 1\-- tomorrow for Seahret-xf-- for a' put liast.l: i l by Mr: Aramr! C. fast night: however.rhe lends: of 'il.l :t- 4 op'r: ties
i it'l lever :i.u.i.'i.. s. v. s.: ,, -, :' ri:!: .
managed :
i \\ !io has o successfully -- -_ ;
-hor.! visit to his mother burins his Mi.Uodron :-eut in :! 7,7tj:; votes.
: 'i. .1" nhSt'IWt'Ir.: : Bascomb Seymour will i since the former company ;-:11"l'has.'d -ruing; her a total I of :512.99$. which i, Anni. A1':,,::- u, Silt- .\1.'.. 1. .Mi! !-:-- t nay:: ..' '';;w t, ions

. 'I hold down the "strenuous"part of the it from J. R. Martin &.- Com j places her in the lead. and snakes her Si-: ; i ,.- ,<-_V \\'. .. ?, id '.;\' '. .Ii"r; I ten:,: _' )erg;

I collection department of the "bank. ; pany. II i a winner. i Rc' .in-"u. '! : -y vunr II'' i' T. Oi r.u ros>. r. T', J 1as i,..,

II ... I The business ha }leen growing rapidly '! :Miss: Zelley! :.* ';;second: and i is .'-)> l in aIIM.I: : ,-

.' Mr. Culib took chares:; J '.'. :;, .'' ;iL"; ;: in i fv I ed! ill i' : \'hi L
ever xinc hju- :irnooii ; ( 1irS.!
-
I f f TPe JiWl.ER.I :Mr. M. h. Pryor of William, Ha, a winner with 45 ;;4:1: votes j ,. .
until now it is one of the !largest and i j Miss Phelps is third with! { 'r.7. ;< HalJT.iv: : ,r. 'j I:. Gar; : .
i K in Ocala on a visit to his friend, ,
I stables! in i t'r",!" tl' b..l' .
I i' most thoroughly equipped: Miss: Louise King received :: : 81111)
I ... t .... :Mr. W. E. Gray. Mr. Pryor is very the state, having recently been enlarged !I and i is the successful i'I I :Mi",.. K- .. \\\11\; !i.-, if -r "iI"-; II:. e'c.r,. ,!. lan-,. I' ii. it.i' _

! mucb impressed with our little city, so as to accommodate over one j tie:: outside! territory. ;;j i!... tth'.r! chili at ::=.',I!'Ir'ez'- tti'L! --nsoll: :II: : .: Bra1"1 -.

J and may permanently locate here. He hundred horses, and vehicles in pro-j)' Miss Godson audli-:; Zelley as ,. :llisc ic, : uri.-, nturn-! some Sa' mo'i in: !: .. s vr'I'' :- ,! .' the
Local and PersonalSara is a successful Georgia farmer and a.i'tamt .. ; ,
portion.Mr. "'m}! Jie seer l'the= above, are the i i ur'!.'. .wi BrantleyV..L'w''t: ) semi I a -itp : com,1s -

we would be glad to welcome him to Cobb is well and favorally I winners:: in the MiarM district while i t'as n-u 'k<' guest l.t ]-is cousin.1AM : \ who :V, _' ant'q, l ;, ," dues

r 'Eiujbeth Hangs, Local Editor. Marion county.Mr. known all over Central Florida and Mfg Louise King of Fort Lauderdal- i : >. r\t.irinl! : and Alirkinson.!. returns and! also on 1.1. ntnt f;"u'i :mbseripti..lI5. -

: numbers his personal and business is the winner from the outside terri- : \'. ith her. :, regm-ri'lc: 1at rh"'y be settled
_
e --- -- W. C. Forrester, a former Ocala friends by the scores. We wish him tory.-Miami News. i j ar the earn.; .' ,,,,'slhle moment..

. .., boy now a prosperous lawyer of Arcadia Un morion i': Comrade:
Mr un' li.ii.o tif Sunny Slope unbounded success. :Miss Alice Bullock arrived Wednesjday I Long a com-

I I I'irra i I' II' Saturday in Ocala. accompanied by his little I Mr. C. A. liddon the veteran liveryman Mr. Charlie Miller, who some years I to he Miss Sue Anderson's gret.l mittee was appointed to amend the

I daughter were visiting Ocala Monday of Ocala will remain with Mr. ago canvassed the county as a candidate and her visit will add greatly to the by-laws of the camp. This committee

Mr \ti' Hiliiiirn of Sutherland, Sir. Forrester says that South Floridais Cobb, and oversee the details of the for the lower house, of the legislature pleasure of the ocala young people. I consists of Comrades Long, Irvine
: making most rapid and solid pro- and Ditto and they were
business. requested to
1 rllt. in vUitiax in Ocala the guest was a visitor to the county
II gress. site Monday and we understand that Airs. M. C. Looney and son George report on their progress at the next
t t M 'Iliu Peace.
tr aunt.
Has Lots of FriendsMr his friends are going to urge him to after spesding two weeks here with regular meeting.

a Prof. J. II. Brinson was among the Richard \V. Ervin, who is repre- make another race. II Mrs. Ctazal and Mrs. Anderson leave There being no further businessthe
Hawkins and
II tr and Mrs. Walter prominent visitors to Ocala Monday senting the Ocala Banner during the :Monday: for Atlanta to spend several camp adjourned to meet on the

..li..4pm uf Jftlmonvilto have gone to and his many friends here were gladto summer months, was in the city Monday Mr. Charles W. White of New York I weeks with relatives. They will later first Monday in September.

I MMI-) teed to HM>nd the summer. see him. He will be a candidate for and Tuesday and called at the City one of the greatest promoters visit in South Carolina.

I. _M__ __ _>_ _i _>i*_ superintendent of public instrucSon Advocate office. Mr. Erwin informed that Marion county ever furnishedthe t Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di

. Mint <5w w Mali-hell, who has been of this county at the next primary the Advocate man that he wouldbe financial world is in Ocala on Mr. and Mrs. George K. Robinsonand arrhoea Three Remedy Doctors Bitter Than

... I -'pt'adiotour Unit at Worthington election and his friends assert that in the race next year for the officeof business.Mr. family and Mrs. F. T. Schreiberand "Three years ago we had three

: r+'prity I. bad home again. he will be a winner. county suprentendent of public in- children left early Thursday doctors with our little boy and everything -

struction. Mr. Erwin has been teaching John T. Lewis state prison in- morning for St. Augustine. They that they could do seemedin

a s Mr P. A. I MI rand ufala is In Mrs. Minnie Bostick has returned in a number of the county's best spector, accompanied by his two chartered a large steam launch the. vain. At last when all hope seem-
ed to be gone we began using Cham-
/ own itor the week, repairing Hewingiuachtaw from her tour through the East in schools, and is well known over the bright boys was a pleasant caller at "Austin.' and went by way of the berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea

: ..-8t. Petersburg Times. search of the latest millinery fads and country. lIe has lots of friends who the Banner office Monday.Mr. I rivers and canal They expected to' Remedy and in a few hours he be-

fancies and says she has succeeded in will be glad to learn of his intentionto take about eleven hours for the trip I!' gan to improve. Today he is as heal-

.a Mr*. T. K. 3li4i tf'r of Levan has finding them proof of which will be "run for this office who will workto Will Carlton, with the Crystal and to spend last night at the "An- i' thy"a child as parents could wish
for. -:Airs. B. J. Johnston Linton
41 Rue to her old hone at Juthrie. Ky., made in due time. Mrs. Bostick says elect him-Wauchula Florida Ad River Lumber Company at. Dunnel- cient City" and to return to Seabreeze!'I Aliss. For sale! by all dru ;;its. x

: 10 ...... tM hftlftww of the summer the warm weather in the north is : vocate. lon spent Sunday in Ocala. tonight. They were anticipating avery I ------- -- -

with her relative worse than Florida's as warm as: it is novel and pleasureable trip if
\leI7EK and IACKAJ
a
here. A Pleasant Outing J. M. have .
Dr. and Mrs. Thompson no mishaps overtake Item.
,.
*' MlM I.uti.. Mote Hansbrough arrived Messrs. Robert Mathews, Ross Wil- gone to the mountains of North Cam I

/ for city Monday and ia visiting Mr. J. D. Grouse, who will be remembered ride few weeks..
tu son and Ed Haley had a pleasant lina for a Much to the delight of the Ocala

: i l I..r friend, Miss Ophelia Gray.-St. as one of the WroughtIron down the Oklawaha river Sunday in people the East Coast train ha., I

YtMlmr' Time Range Company's salesmen, who me former's naptha launch. When Mr. Ben R. Chambers of Lady Lake changed schedule and instead of a\-'I

., \ I,* made his headquarters here last they started on their return trip up was a visitor to the Brick City Mon ing at four o'clock in the morning 1:l I
JI
Br Mrt (t. (t. Todd and her son Mr.H. spring was drowned in the St. Johns the river their propeller broke and day. hereafter leave at seven o'clock. This : FUNERALDIRECTORS.

a t J1 .'rua Todd. left last ]Monday for river at Palatka Sunday afternoon. they spent the night under the beau- will make the lay-over in Palatka I
I lIe and Mr. Reynolds the state agent. the banks of :Mr. C. L. Anderson came up Sunday
2 whwe they will be the tiful festoons of moss on shorter and the trip back to Ocala will .
H -. >r !*w,
river in launch Holder to spend the day.
the
MrFrank Harris for the were crossing a the raging Oklawaha. They were res- from in every way be more convenient. : -
: I KiusdI of when the boat capsized, with the about
*
and brought to the city *
.vkii cued Have a full stock of Cotb'u.s Oi-bets
411 ln'kt two \\ above result. noon yesterday by Mr. W. H. Clark Mr. Hat Barnett of Cotton Plant !! :Mr. and Mrs. S. It Whaley and and Burial Outtit. =Sin-dal given to

411 and daughter. ['and Mr. Gus Haley. visited: Ocala Monday. children arrived at Seabreeze last Burial services.
41 I yr. i \\ s\veter! of the
Mr. D. H. Irvine one very ,
have taken to Order
ins night.< They a cottage at J Embalming
home
: tts turned t, their of this county, a sincere
.
It.. I I best citizens I Daytona Beach for the rpnq''a'- ,..p
aft' a'b'dt with member of the :Marion: Ii mn. yis \ .
Ooala '--lav' r and earnest i fV"-Pr>""'= :dV at&mlV \ummer..

: Mr N '.' "''"* of tli! l'ity -St' Pea I camp of Confederate Veterans w.i.- < TO THE CITIZENS OF MARION
He attended a
r..bt. I 'of!I"' '. a visitor Monday. Air- W. S. Pike is a guest of the

41 -- meeting of the Confederate veteran -. S-a-i'.e' Inn for :several weeks. i COUNTY :
l 'n'11.> nne Al.rt Richmond and was seriously: hurt I I
tf1 Mr u I r II. n.lt'r- i I at 3I 1 II
.. F. Rost I'I I
-t. K. and
automobile street parade
t in
.. IIi KUi-tri: an
|I. AIAI.. C. Looney suffered a very You're sure welcome at our
Oliver Fort of His friends will be glad to
ale collision. : .
.
1
I IIII an -. attack of lastLt.
\ ?( ? :IIf ; r acute indigestion store. In fact, we are very
411 the east aide that he has entirely recovered : /: .
411II x-* I '1"-rrti., t I know f <: : : but happily is very greatly improved anxious to have you come in
/ ., in Ocala Monday. j Like the good man he is, he held the ) Q.r
e 4 t !M i II ai.a i ... : today. and inspect the finest drugstore
blameless on account of the
-- autoists *
sift -' I in the South.
I- Mr A. J Lsv'+'otlood came up from extraordinary and unusual crowdingof STYLE, \I-:::. Sistrunk gave a driving pary .
'a Sunday and will remain a' the streets. I I I'I *
'
.. .taatoa Leaten- DURABILITY yesterday" afternoon. Her guests
MM.
4 f, II days om iradaeas. ; wtreIrs.:: Looney, Miss Weathers, OUR PARCEL BUREAUWe
well pleased Hon. A. P. Baskin. who is now a:
. ?,?' and family are very K PRICEYou < :Miss: Harris, :Miss' Atkinson, :Miss
tile lake.a of large orange grow in j:; >
oa the head a
4fI t "ir new home Sinims, Brantley Weathers and Bruce will be glad to take:care
.." at Largo was in Ocala ", /'
"I'bl' organization Meffert. This jolly party started out of parcels while you are
your
has returned from that section passed" >L. .
He
K .ttBf Monday. says #
41 -r 'I .- I at two o'clock in a three-seated car- in town. Bring them in and
of and severest
mountains the longest
through .
1 :, Ull.-tb' outing to the three kinds of satisfaction in ry-all! their destination being what is : we'll take care of them, and
experienced.but
last it ever get
the drouth year
j in "
a Virginia, and of course took known as the "bg tree. This is won't lose them.
you
41 and the that he was fortunate enough to b one deal when buying Footwear at I
from and Is
Kipoaittoa. < several miles Daytona,
: J n.e.iown
.. .real the loss of so >
his absence.di save his trees without of the show of that attractive 'lOUR FRESH AND PURE
'ioul capital during one places DRUGS ARE ALL
." JI. but that he lost a :
leaf GOD
much as a Shoe
The Marion little city. It is truly aa Immenser I
of the i large part of the fruit. Perhaps no and you make no mistake
principal I the being
1'1"1'1 J. I. Wiley, growth very peculiar.
will occur again in a longtime :1 B. Mayo.) when buy your drugs of
drouth D. you
buine j such (J. M. Meffert
.t, ....tI....** Academy, WM a i' 1 The< limbs all lean in one direction,
he is making
4 G paid* theitanner but nevertheless CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. us.
'Idtot to Ocala Monday. He I BETWEEN MUNROE & towards the southwest, and the trunk
ollC't' ft I all and reports prosy preparations to irrigate the gro'"e.and OCALA, FLORIDA. < and limbs are twisted and gnarled.
;;. than will then he in a position to ward ) Hunter Drug Companyr.
[cct9 for F't'I'Mnd.-n brighter -Ar Steps lead up into the tree, and i
> "
off the calamity.! He Is looking well.1 ", --

" .'; .. ever

4i4


-
t



.. 'fr' _. :'.- J r ,, ,,,....:; u :. ...-.aIoo"" iil;. -.cr.' .';t ya fit, '
.
.. .' :. # .S" l v ; : : .t :: ...JII .
'..'F ..-.. \,
,.
-- '-. ..=. = '. ---. '-' -'.).. ." ,
:
._', .":;;r: ; -
_
.. .
-

waif


t J



I', = .


"
.
I..I.AJ"' "I +
DENY UNJUST CHARGES i Electricity en the Farm '"'VV"Iii "

(ONCITIONII"1 IDy7 JYVV'YANJ
iLGrHA1j! E. B. Miner of Oriskany Falls N :> '

11 -jo) Tne Tercentennial is Now Worthy' Y., has solved the problem of progressive

f.li W of Inspection; by Any Man, Resolution farming. He has made a suc- Keatingy f
.
.
Commissioners ft
Aaspied by
.:f? itr cess of kid-glove farming and can L Thus0

..\ 'N \j, li7 0 litr I, Dec:arss now do the hardest Fork on the prem-
.. A
CUAE, r -, 4--'N. I T.-f- State Commissioners' Associa-: : without a backache. T* ? n-ary
p.
3
::L I: ; :'.'... tJ ';iii, at a meeting last night in th3; work on the Miner farm, ant r..uof
: ..
.:.. ,. 'fit :.1.-.-')-.ri state budding adopt-d[ : the lighter work, too, is done u\ .eC- 5
'
"
.-'.-".. .. ,..' ..../'. -Ty: :.:; fdol ',',r.;;, declaring that thDian' tricity, while the farmer and nis! god. & Com
es ny.
'. ""' ..'5 : "'.' '-1"1.. .,;. ::" ipo-i'ion, is I.'Jworth> of any i lamily stand idly by and watch he i

t tLVTS '. .:.(,! !!.-I-don, ttat many false reports; wheels go 'round. '! t ti
;, ;': ,:>!j e, I I II
re'Af'" :.trenpr-ad in regard to..? There is a atrle creek runn.ag1: I

p11AN & STEW:1nT.Fl',. ; I: 'har! :is exhibits and amusement atra :trough Mr. :\lil'I"'., farm, and he hasi i 6 Successors to Strauss & Co.

; : < tiona are oi a high character and 1 merely put the stream to worn. ani is |

: that it ranks with the best expositions doing the playing himself. The ttr=an. 1 I S

DREAM MAIDEN. ever held in this COUD
I j The resolutions follow: I[ which in turn gives him glee DEALERS 'a

1'tH.-, f- """U.ht rutty well your ten "Waf-r'-aa, we believe that the -itric, light," heat and power for his : II'II'VHOlESAlE\ LIQUOR i I

d.r! M'a o.'r :-. in some of the newspapers home:; i and farm buildings. A. small

Tb- .<,* tuB"
: chestnut nair 1 Jamestown Exposition and to the accommodations -i i crete. The fall is about C f-et. A ;!

I will .u-rUtiD }UU no....-my happy t and cost of living injs 1 j small power house was equipped: with !

duly this vicinity are unjust to the expos i,- i a water wheel and a 25'J'olt gcn-ra- Ocala Florida

nlJulHi.jflr: half lost m my guestchair |, don and consequently grossly misleading i-; tor. The electricity is carried t j :ihe i{ ,

I to the people of this country, I''ii house and barn by cable !

and, At the spacious farm house exec: WHISKEY.
CASE
; Why b It that you come only at twi- "Whereas, it is due to the citizens, i I! )tricity ilgtts all the rooms. heats aj'i! RYE WHISKEY. i SPECIAL fOUR
U't.Wb. Per Ga.>)!'.. Per QL Bt} t.-.
i of our respective states that they ;;I ]number of apartments; runs the =ew-j I war RyeRot. . . . . .$1 ,'i
?
: L ..' 1.l t'ired-a little saa I should have from us such author'| iDg machine and will also be used to Fd { Rye . . . 1."Y QUART OFFER B'-.I'i:;: Isle .. .. ... .: ."

Wbl'I;; \?D Ushes veil the ;| rice information about this fair si:
: separated I i Bd! isle .. . . .. .;JIJ . . 1.-J-J
I I . .
will enable them form JoeSirauas
to Uncie
a just electrici and the
'l'I. opinion -\ by :} heavy bar L< Cabin 3 ')'Ij 1.
OfAnd and dreams that I jg" 90 Royal Reserve . 1.'!'}
: per of its value and character and to'rel' churn is run by the same power. } K",-at.ngs Pride 3'O. Old: Maryland Rye .. .. 1....J')
I, .',th glad I Monogram 3.50Ur.U V\e .iii.nd, expressprepaid .. . .
mature their plans to visit, with such, A small motor drives the buzz saws, 3.50Pilgrimage Old Harvest Com l.wPilgrimage
I J';? 1 full quarts of . ... ... . l.-j
i 1" : a' : uuth "r.'Jib uaught of '. knowledge of conditions as we, their i the grindstones, the feed cutter the I I 5 400Frn .fl') Cascade . . . -,.-,,.-)

". : .\ representatives, can, from our investigation i fanning mill: and pumps the water. : Hill .. 5.00 .. STRAUSS I X L';' White oa. . .. ,. . l.-"-
t and sjirauss': 75 . . .. . 1-5-j
experience, give them
to The of
the
Am: : d! '" jiuey 4'.U+: still so cost plant was trilling CORN WHISKEY. ; ;-T-: ; ;strain'Hill : .
76 . . . ..... j
...: !':'JWIJ, therefore: considering what it does. It runs: T.-nne Corn .5150Xurtr. FOR 5150We Old Oscar Pepper (not in bond). 15Planters' -)

Ah, I! ,t-:" w "ft toda.. anl youth toTlw "Resolved, that we hereby testify i night and day and requires practicallyno Carolina! Corn.. l.5S'.at 2.00Mountain ',' will send expressprepaid . . .. ... 1.S-)
"vule Corn Scotch ... 2.'jf}
;; of White
4 tull Black and
to the magnitude and varied attractions i attention further than oiling twice _a!) quarts
Corn
I.'d' r'x ML Vernon . .. .. .. . 1.T5
:,1-: r-j/ 'al... 'ntangiis would of this exposition, ranking as I it I a week. UM Harvest Corn 3.00GIN. STRAUSS ROYAL ,

'.\ r.'I: 11'JU. does, with the leading expositions of I There are doubtless hundreds of 0 GIN'

our country, appropriately celebrating other places throughout the country I Turn Swan Gin Gin. ... . .$l.1.39,3 RESERVE Per Qt Bottle.: i ;

Tb ..i" > .. be'roan .. FOR 53.50 . . I
i 1.1 p ul pinned birth, and we commend it to tolow GIn ;)0 Tom Gin . 1.04 -
our utilized, and a similar plant installed.
Perfection Gin :.00 I Holland Gin . . .. l.-jO. i
Waiv.r n t- whole world else, had citizens as worthy of their confidence i j We will send 4 full qta. .
I. RUM. I Phosphate Gin:; . ... .. Lao ;.
I i .t Mown, and patronage. Unusual Orange Bloom I Xv England Rum .$"_..0 OLDHARVEST ,, Booth Tom Gin Loll 1 .

Hut'J.w the wind and reap tIe "Despite bad weather, labor troubles :Many oranges trees in and around Jamaica Rum . 3.00 I COIN ; MALT WHISKEY.

'MI.a wind, and freight congestion, a great BRANDY. Per Qt :Bottle. ,
Leesburg are now as white with
And I id a little tired- here alone.Aud exposition has been produced, uniquein l Blackberry Brandy . ..51.30 I The best goods to be Duffy's Pure Malt . . .Jl.OO
bloom as they were seen in their re Apple Brandy 3.Q2 had for the money I Bowman's . . . 1.00 '
its historical and educational
you are b it a silent, !sweet dream features gular season for bloming. This is I P-ach Brandy 3.00 I SWEET GOODS.

maiden and rich in architectural beauty something unsuaL Orange trees fre- California Cognac 3.00 FOR $6.00 I I Per Gal.

set in the midst of historic surroundings I WINE. :! Peach and Honey "a" grade .il.a,)
and hands and qiently bloom in June but seldom in }
With Mary's eyes its rata-;\aba .51.50P.rt We will send express' Peach and Honey "aa" grade 2. .r'l
cbestnut hair atmosphere teemingwith July, especially as late in the monthas Win* 1.50 'i prepaid full quart of Rock and Rye "a" grade . 1.50 }
l in with the twilight associations connected with every this date. 'I B.1lli' dry Wine 150 '' Rock and Rye "aa" grade 2.1.)
Stealing memory STRAUSS% FAMOUS . . :.
I period of our country's history. :::-r.-rrt'ne 1.50iTpo'Tcd ; Orange Brandy 3.'>0
lades The fruit made from this bloom Port Wine 4.'>,lI'i 1 Banana! Brandy . . 3.00
I To sit a little while in my guestchair. "Tbe great exhibit buildings are wil not be quite as fine as the fruit I } *'.::,1 Sherry Wine 4. -0 I'E Apricot Brandy . 3.00

uiled with industrial exhibits of most made from the spring bloom but i it I
I interesting character. The
r Jessaay JI. Daly in New York Sun. United will ripen at a time of year when oranges ,

States government has assembled i in will be very scarce and will l I } b'r

Prohibition in Georgia. its buildings unsurpassed at any previous therefore be greatly enjoyed by our h i it'

exposition, while in
many respects ,
s. The passing of a prohibition law in citizens or will bring handsome pile s

Georgia adds a Southern state to the they surpass any heretofore es if put upon the market. The fruihe ,j

4,I.. stronghold of the "drys." In the far made. The buildings erected by t will be a little different in shape from
various states are unquestionably the i Ocala Florida
west, Kansas; iu ue extreme east that produced by the spring bloom
best ever built at any exposition. *.,.,,, ..f ,
it wil hp --- -- ri"i -Lees-
t. Maine; in the extreme north. North )
"The finishing touches are being 1
Dakota, and in the heart of the Union, burg; Commercial. ) -
rapidly put on the exposition, and it <

Tennessee.At is becoming daily more complete and GEORGIA FRUIT SHOWs A\A AAA w/VVAIAAAA A/MW
tae beginning of the year the i i
beautiful.! .
,, cumber of people living under statu- -
- - --
i arj prohibition in Maine, North Dakota "Assembled in the historic Augusta, Ga., Aug. 7.-An exceptionally 1 1I I Sound Advice to Young Men i il t
of Hampton Roads, which wash the l
r aud. Kaiu-aa was only 2.500.000. By: fine display of Georgia-grown Do something that will lifr cute ou-

ti! t-n-1 of tbe ear Tennessee and shores of the exposition grounds, fruits plants and vegetables is being t.
E i' f' ) may be _seen the finest specimens ofj I of the crowded ranks of the aobodi--.
held here in with HARDWAREKNIGHTMARTIN
; lifurrfia will nearly have trebled tuumbt e connection the thIr-
t r. naval architecture of this and other ty-first annual session of the State Keep at it. Many a mall has forced

I Ueoi.ia i U the largest state that countries. The sightseer has opportunit Horticultural Society which convened success through pure bulldog tenacit 11'i
to visit the Colonial National
) ,
r I ever |..i--.fd a prohibitory! law if we this morning. Some of the leading of purpose i i i
and State
capitals-Williamsburg,
t tcrpt \. w Yurk'b abortive attempt commercial fruit growers and horticultural Don't bt anybody'jiarrot.. t"-e em3 s- m. ;
Washington and Richmond-in the ___
i many ,-. ago. Massachusetts, Vermont. authorities of the South are your own thinker. There are mul'i]
neighborhood of which the battlefields )
are
i Kl ).;,. Island and Iowa have all on the program for speeches and dis- tudes of imitators. Don' be onp Bran
of all from Yorktownto
our wars
I (irked ,11I1+ 1 abandoned prohibition, yet cussions. Treasurer Berkman re- originator.
Appamattox, and to visit
t the niiutbtr, living under it will soon points ofj j ports the finances of the society to beor Train yourself to think quickly and i COAt
interest made sacred by events
I
I be larger than ever before. AddingtbUlMt in a less flourishing condition than informer to act promptly. Promptness of ar'-

in the territories under congressional three hundred years. I years, owing to the withdrawal tion will often wrest success from ap the T. \V. Smith: S Co. Uld Stand. tit
"The adjacent cities after ample hotel
prohibition the total number of free transportation by the rail- parent failure. OCALA
and I FLORIDA
boarding accommodations at ,
will be about S. '00.000. roads. Courtesy is the oil of business and ,
reasonable rates, rooms being obtainable
One-third of the remaining citizens causes the machinery to run smoothly I Come and see when
us in need of V
from
75 cents upward, and thee It was Monstrous.The anything in
live in "dr)' communities under th Like a strong arm it always pulls
cost of living restaurant prices, etc., the of ',
W. D.
jury acquired Haywood F-
operation of local option laws, or in in too direction of success. way
are moderate, giving the prudent vis- at Boise. Idaho. Of course his acquittal .
the south in counties where
litcnstt
high Faint heart nevtr won great MU'- :
,
ors. opportunity to live as economically 0
lee.- practically prohibitive. their I was a foregone conclusion. Therei cess. Business, the right kind ot Farming Implements

Figures show the United States to j as tastes and ctrcums -I is hardly a jury in the United States I business, demands courage. Sometimes ,

be of the! nations.Nearly ces may make expedient. that would convict anybody: on the Wire
one most temperate "Therefore in commending this I I great success is won by gr-ar Fencing
half of its people live in communities exposition ,1-I testimony: of such a creature as Orch 1 bravery. The coward had better ke"pout ,
to the people of our respec-I
ard. Ocala Banner.
where getting a drink means of business. | Stoves
tie states, we strongly advise them : Pumps
How about the C ,
court
that permitted
breaking the law
or defying publicsentiment. There is good hard money in cheer- ,
that they should not fail to visit i it, .
such evidence the See
to to
.-World. go jury I fulness. A business Guns
with
I man :a : Ammunition
and to come prepared to remain long anything disgraceful in that, Frank I II ,
gloomy face advertises his lack of
I ,
enough to study its vast and varied '. j
The story comes from Atlanta of a interests and attractions. i I Harris?-Tampa Evening News. confidence in himself, and invites d*>- Sash Doors

t young white girl. Cordelia Rake, who I (Signed- I I feat. Cheerfulness gives con fid.n't.., ,

is serving an eight months' sentence The courts and the lawyers now I wins friends and .
I prophesies t UCCb"
H. C. Dockery, North Carolina: :! byli I Blinds
have the Standard Oil 0 Paint
on the county chaingang for vagrancy I Company !' Be cheerful : etc.
James M. Irvine. Missouri ,
; Camuel I j .
and refuses a pardon if it does i| the throat The Standard has been !l 'here is no more valuable burin, ;. !
1 A. Eddy, Connecticut Herbert
:
v' not include also a Mrs. N. Raynolds, I Sargent lichigan.-Norfolk Land-E'i;!| prosperous and has yielded good divi- J| asset that honesty, for honesty: bt>:?I?'; In fat, everything usually carried

an ag't.1 white woman who was sentfntwi mark. I I dends in the past but if the"hold-ups" l!1 confidence. confidence beg ts busin-.,,. I in a first-

with h<*r. The pair went to Atlanta Ii continue-and "hold-up" is what it is and business brings success. Th... class Hardware Store.

from Tampa and !! i!' -the directors may not -be able to''1 i honest
< it 1 were arrested Jennings Will Nat Run 1 I merchant the one whose r '

; there lur betting on the streets. Cor- .! hold the concern together, much less goods you can depend on is the ma;: I ."S19;

4 dc'lid M.itt" that :Mrs. Reynolds is dy-I!j Of all sad words of tongue or pen. ;, declare dh'idends.-\Iiami: News. I, you wish to trade with. The am- _0

'I I that tlu ed-T! f The saddest are these to grafting men i!| 'i'iii '
lug HP woman ha principle applies to jour bu inh-

;. t"'n l hi r J uefac'or and friend P I We'll get no 'MON' from Albert J2 !, The scecretary of state must be a : whatever i it mayhe.. i

r. i Tl i erR !f ia', -ht, will no; accept I a re- i i if Hon. T. A. Jennings of Pensacola big man over in Aia Jama. He has. an- ;I Don't help your business associaf- Knight .

!lt'aa i lt'h j has come out flatfooted and positively nulled the Southern Railway charter : = Martin CO.
vv !! do.to include MrsKeyin ) to form the habit of not believina Y01>i;
i iI i declines to become a candidate tor in that In mot'
I state. Florida and
> !> I Is i th'I:"ry is true it The time may come when your ';'?'-
f ; governor of Florida. !. other states this would have been a ,
show a n" bl!" ness in the young ; i : cess or failure may depend on th-
I I .. .. j Albert Jennings is a man of for the AI- ,,
j 'vr h._ iai. whuhhnuld! shame: unquestioned i matter courts. Perhaps in value of your word. Bp ready for:
i! i. the !b ,' '! ability and integrity and ,; abama the courts will have to finally :
.. :tire ;" .11" into r-'it-a.-iiis her and that lime Build up a reputation for -
r her fnt'lid would have made the state a splendid'execume. review the acts of the secretary. : -
ailed >he MI nobly champuitit i : 11 trurt.fuJnt'ss.Jost people val UP

I I .i'\ 'l 1 coot or buffering to herM .' He is personally very popular ===== truthfulness in everybody but th"niselv State lnstitution

1i I 'If i it I i .' and! his friends in every section Egypt is the oldest country. The s for f
i Mtu: i i> a future life we : s. Be one of the tAw who value I Higher Education-

1 t-u..td! ta !i i."f be: Cordelia Rake than! ', of Florida firmly predicted his elec- lands along the Nile were in cultivaj! .j it most in your:5elf-and look out for .
I -
t Mitiu ,1>!\,' of t U.os! "* who sent her t of! tion. 1 tion long before England was discov- t the other fellow. --- ----- .1 1on

the ch.:n-MIIj: ;-provided the story is :i There is another element who are' eyed and yet today farm lands along ,, The bf-t of seeming friends may : University of the 'FI =
I jd'FlIle;
\ ,L not a r Times-Union. "weeping and wailing and gnashing i this most famous of all rivers are sell- .I I make the worst of real' enemies: ;; f j jA
of teeth" over his refusal to make the! ing for $1000 College
per acre. State
t I i i :Many a business man has cursed hip ;, of Florida
!
race. It's the crowd who
hoped to ret : '
\ The Limit of Life -
j over 1( -coaRdence in a supposed friend. 1 1

f. The most eminent medical sclent-t !; lieve him of his surplus "change."r! Late information on the Mississippi :He j should have cursed his own lack i Tallah sMee. f,.. .

tlltll are unanimous in the conclusion I j Although a native Floridian, the fickle :: primary election indicates that John : I of judgment. But when have : Gainesville I _
t you Fla
that the generally accepted limitation i Dame Fortune has smiled on Mr. Jeni -, Snarpe Williams will defeat Governor College for
Wnen
of human life is belowthe i j found a real friend, fasten to him with u '. : a
f many years i nings[ and he is possessed of a nice !i t parallel in ;
the
t attainment possible with the ad1vanced i Vardaman by a handsome majority :]hooks! of steel.-Escbange. A high grade il'stHutloD & ? : el., '

v knowledge of which the race'is little "barrel" that is said to contain i forthe United Statesia/natorial nom- ;. : mea, offering Literary, Sdentiftc fnr ,Ollnl g I Col egg Of Liberal Ar ,, a A\hf
r The critical a product more valuable than the to I gineering, ED- Teacher,
now possessed. per- :' r-1 I ination. i j For an Impaired Appetite Agricultural and Pedacoet. a 8eIIooI or lljtllltrtJl
t tod. that determines its duration, cal Co arses. Arts
i periling and rosin that helped to make ---- 1 a school
: of
to be between 50 and CO the ': !: To improve the appetite and to Strong 1M arts, InljJ1;
; Faculty
t win i it.-Floridiaa. !i Fine Brood Mares. ; well per
I
,
this iI j' strengthen the digestion try a few oratories equip," Jab- pipe orm. Win. rub
the
f proper' care of body during : 1 I We have just gotten m a car load: ;! I doses of Chamberlain's Stomach I ; thorough isstructfoa both lure \
decade cannot be too strongly urged; i I i of the finest brood i i and theoretical and practical eloeat1oa sad Physical, .re
mares ever brought :]Liver ; .
i Tablets. Mr. J. caret
: H. Seitz of Detroit W A
Some of wfit ranIt
fatal to lot our exchanges are pervisiol of
carelessness then being complaining and able _
to the and discipliae aU
state to see them is to ad- 1| :Mich., ; hlc artria : ;11
i : "They restored _
..,Uy. Nature's best helper after 50 of "money being tight Send' mire them. We will sell them at (! says my tone. osets.
U ]Kfecthc Bitters the scientific tonic i' reasonable i appetite when-impaired, relieved meof Xo tuition charges I TuJUoa fne. Char1rr .. 'l'aI
your money down to Milton. Nothing very prices. Come and and a bloated feeling and caused to Florid f. : fA.
wtdicine that revitalizes every ogN r- l look them over at3IARION a dents. Other eIP8nMa Itu- I uoa Ie Ti.e .ut. ., .1 a
; rt'd'
can get tight here after today. We pleasant and satisfactory movementof For .Yel'J low. m1i* J
*
Guaranteed Ty- New
by
ot the tody.
s I' I' FARMS STABLES, : the bowels.' Price catalogue and 1nfor..t1oa belldi g II In "1 rtf
i I Jf dhitp & Co., druggists. 50c. x' are a dry town now.-)1Uton Index. s Ocala Fla. 14 14x j free. All druggists. 23c.: Samples x dress ANDREW S LBDD. adw of ceut....... Wm. for I ,I' ,SKP .

Presid:at I A. Mt'RPHn' .r'

:.' tiny: 4


ii H'r J ,



'-- '.. -.\, .JJW::.? ,. .: ... : -
,, .
"> .. "! i'iE. .:

rt t- .i.......s....r. ...-i"-"i" 1-,'...o;.....'_.3.'.: ;.i.
=
'. *'_ i!< .! n .'''-'''fi-:



..\ tr E D ltIL Y BANNER






---- --
-

THE X NEWSPAPER' L\T IS IT BeT A MAP OF BUSY LIFEITS FLrCTr.\TIUX-; AND VAST O M f 'EKNS."I'nWPEK.


-

VOL. .1&O! n. OCALA, FLORIDA, PRID.AYCGt' sT 9, I'JOT. ONE DOLLAR: A YEAH

.
--
,
-- -
- --- -- -
--- -- -- -
I
Local and Personal IEhtlliUi I II Mr. John Chattick of Lady Lake :i I Miss Jean Teague Entertains I'II Mistrial in the Dean Case HERBERT ANDERSON LIKELY TO' SPECIALSAT

j I who has been spending several days i, Friday evening Miss Jean Teague The whole of Friday was con.-umed BE KEPT BUSY

in Ocala the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ;| entertained for her t
friends. Miss Carrie in Justice Bullock's court with the FISHEL'S5und1OCetStore
Ii! a Harris Local Editor. Frank Teague, bas returned home. I II Miller and Mr. John Chaddick of1! Many Suits Filed Against Some of
trial of John Dean on a charge of assault
I i Pittsburg, Pa., but who is spending j His Clients-The Government

Mr r H Butters of San Francisco \' Mr. F. M. Harp of Citra who has ;!i tne summer at Lady Lake. I II and battery on one Jake Thom I Wants Big Money fort )
The is the of
'I as. case outcome an
a large turpentine business in the As the arrived
< ai( !. a iteitor to Ocala ; guests they were Trespass
northern of the : met the hostess arrest of Thomas on the night of July,
portion county was by and Mrs. Teague, '
3 which time he the The Jacksonville Metropolis of
as
at charges
)j. aid Mrs. C. B. Green of Barnes among the visitors to Ocala Saturday. I II who introduced Mr. Chaddick and : Tin Pie Platters . . . ,k
sault. Mr. Dean at that time being a Wednesday says:
...... II <'., are guests of the Okla- I Miss Miller. i night policeman.The : Tin Buckets . . .. . .Sc
I In the clerk's office of the United :
..** maNorth I Ii i Dr. Souevielle of Jacksonville, who I Delicious punch was served by Mrs. I defendant was represented by I Tin Spoons (six) . . .. .Sc

i has been in Ocala for several days Porter. I :j States court today seventeen new ;; Tin Quart Cups, .. ... ", Sc
Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk, who fought !'
8rund street between Mao ,on business connected with the phosphate Different kinds of games were played i! suits were filed by the government Tin Pint Cups, . Sc
I [ every inch of the ground in a manner I I
hulks and usage, t* being graded antpaw industry, has returned home.. I for several hours, which caused !I I i that showed that he knew what he through United States District Attorney Tin Cups,. . . Sc t

) I much pleasure and amusement, and i, Cheney against prominent turpentine -: Tin Graters, . Sc
II was doing. The prosecution was car-
I j Mrs. J. J. Gerig and little daughter after the completion of the games ice I tied on by Messrs. R. A. Burford and operators here and throughout Cake Turners, . Sc

Mr Jofteph Booth of Tampa is niako !j left last Thursday for Virginia Beach i cream and cake were served. I,I Raymond B. Bullock, both of whom the state, alleging trespass ongovernment Cake Cutters, . Sc 1

tat .'ala a visit and baa nothing but I Va., for a short visit. Mr. Gerig accompanied Mr. Chaddick, who is a musician of I made a hard fight for the conviction !|I lands and the taking of'. Biscuit Cutters, . Sc

prater fur our little city. them as far as Jackson great several talent, sang most delightfully i lof Dean, and left no stone unturned :i turpentine from pine trees on said Egg Beaters . Sc ,

ville. songs. ,; lands. Can Openers, . Sc
end.
I tuat might lead to that Ii
Mr ont- POM of Lake Duller has The evening was enjoyed by all, The jury consisting of Messrs. E. ; The total amount of damages asked': Bells . . . 6c

!.... tuning Mrs. Hat bell for several Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Davis, who came and Miss Teague's party will be longbe I W. Kraybill R. O. Conor Horace 'II by the government is $81,5uo. The \i Scrubbing Brushes, kInk

ta%. and left Friday for St. Pe- I here several days ago from Tampa remembered. I. Whetstone, W. E. Bryant A. W. Brid defendants and the amount of dam-I . . Sc

trrnburg left Sunday forVeiser, Idaho, Miss Teague's guests were: Mr. and ages asked against each each- Kitchen Knives . Sc
and J. G Ferguson, patiently
where Mr. Davis will enter into busi John Chaddick of Pittsburg, Pa., Miss ges
.
listened to the testimonyof follows: I Cork Pullers, . Sc
interestedly
Harry Bullock of Ocala is in the ness. Carrie Miller, Miss Julia Wiley of the long list of witnesses until R. J. Knight and S. S. Knight andJ. Paint Brushes. . Sc

city. He will remain here for some Troy, Ala., Misses Mary Burford. Til- about seven o'clock in the evening P. Williams, $4000; R. J. Knight !! Lunch Boxes, . . Sc

USB MM play ball with the boys.uatrrsttlit .- Mr. T. II. Keating has returned lie Pasteur, Bessye and Marguerite At this time the attorneys started on and W C. Knight and J. P. Williams, \ Stove Keys . . 5c

from an extended visit to New York, Porter. Alta Pearson, Lucile Standley . .
Sun tHeir arguments of the case, ending Company, $16ouo; R. J. Knight and > Lemon Squeezers. Sc

Chicago, and other northern and western and Janet Weathers and Messrs. about ten o'clock. W. C. Knight and the Consolidated !< Tea Strainers, . Sc

)MI- \\' I*. Graham left last week I cities. He enjoyed his outing excellently Witherspoon and Dick Dodge, Heron I at The jury was then sent out, and after i Naval Stores Company. $16UUtn.; J. China Eggs, . . ,Sc

Wr_ math's stay at Seabreexe. She well. Todd, Dempsey Mayo, Clarence Mef- several attempts to agree on a > Knight and W. S. Knight and Consol- > Oil Cans . . ,5c

Was art at MU-aaopy by her sisters, I' Pert Marion Pelot, Sam Teague, Mala verdict reported that they could not I idated Naval Stores Company $ uOtt : I Petroleum Jelly . .SoI

Mr (k>t.*>r and Mm. Neal, who will Mr. A. A. Olin of Kendrick, Mr. C. Haugbton and Frank Harris, Jr. agree and were discharged by the''I R. J. Knight and S. S. Knight and I Boxes cf Tacks, . ,5c

arrgnpau) her E. Nix of Floral City and Mr. J. L. court. The jury, it is reported stood Consolidated Naval Stores Company. j Bread Toasters, ,5c
The Store That is Making Ocala' Fa
Leitner of DunnelWn were among the mous five for acquittal and one for conviction $ ul.llR.; J. Knight and S. J. Knight Milk Skimmers. . .Sc

business men of nearby towns in the Pin . . ..5cI
rapt J H Martin is back from An4run from first to last. and J. P. Williams Company, $;111111; Trays
The American Soda Fountain Company
and Greenville S. C., where city Saturday. select two fountains each year While the prosecution apparently I the same defendants in two other I Money Banks. . . Sc

.k. has t H. HI for the last several made a !strong case against Mr. Dean,. suits for $louu and $'Ut/U damage; Garden Trowel. . . .5<:
which are regarded the finest and
veks H* lives a pod repon of the Mrs. Howard Clark is at home the excellent manner in which the defense R. J. Knight individually, $10.0011 ; i Vegetable Dipper, . .5c:
most artistic, and next the Hunter
OU Patet tto State. from a visit to her parents at Mexia. year was handled by Mr. Sistrunk is; and as the Gulf Junction Naval Stores Candle Sticks . . .rx
I Drug Co., of this city will
Texas. She was away for two months ap- only another instance of his ability Company, $luuOO: R. J. Knight and Pitchers, . ? . .Sc
in said pictorial. Indeed, the
Mr M M. Proctor and daughter. and enjoyed a most pleasant visit pear to make tbe best of what he has tc]I J. P. Williams Company JoOOo two( Soap Cases . . . .. .5c
Hunter fountain is pronounced the
M1ss MMK|M>, of Pedro, were in Ocala among her friends and relatives in her work on. and he deserves credit for cases) ; R. J. Knight and Consolidated Gate Fasteners, . .. ... ., .5<:
finest in Florida, and will receive the
Tm.r...,. and made Jake Klein smile old home. the defense he made. Naval Stores Company $5U"o; R Salt and Pepper Shakers . .5<:
for being fixed in the most
by buytnc a handsome bill of goodsat prize up J. Knight and J. J. Phillips and Con- Lamp Burners, . .. . .5c


fete ....blt..nt.A Capt. Samuel R. Pyles, who has artistic manner. The Hunter Drug Big Phosphate Deal Has Been CloSec solidated Naval Stores Company. Seasoning Cups . . . ?5c
Company is rapidly helping to make
been making an extended visit to the $2000; R. J. Knight and J. W. Mcln- Drawer Knobs, . . . ,5<:
Ocala famous, and visitors say the Last Saturday the money was pail
former resident of ocala. and I West for the purpose of investment, F tosh and J. Williams Company Hammers, . . . . .5<:
and W.
reputation of the Hunter store i*; over to II. M. Swinson
... Hvtfcg la Kentucky in renewing, has returned, and promises to fur- of $2000; R. j. Knight and W. J. Mcln-i File Handles, ? . ,. . .5c
heard in places where Ocala was never Prince for a fine piece phosphatE
Mi. ...ript.... says: "We cannot nish an account of his trip for publication known before. property eight miles soutb of Plan tosh and Consolidated Naval Stores:: Mouse Traps . .. . . .5c

4o wltbuut the. Banner; it's like a l next week. The National Cash Register Com i ity. In the deal another party be_ Company and J. B. Martin, et al. Glass Cutters . . .5c

from ......" $2000. I Shoe Brushes . .5<:
tetttrr
interested, in
will also contain a picture of the sides these two was
t Mr. Ernest J. Criook left Monday pony I Curry Combs .Sc
Hunter Company in its annual. the person of Col. Beaty, and the "
Mm: W H. Clark and daughter 01-1 for his annual summer vacation. He amount received by each was J2T- Colonel Camp and his party are i Hatchet Handles, ..5cI

.... Ml .kt Friday for Troy, Ala.They will visit the Jamestown Exposition, Band Concert MtO. This property was bought by the now "doing" Germany. They will visit I Meat Choppers . .5<:

will tM-sMcs visiting their friendstfewv. Washington and other cities, and en rendered and it is said that Franc Italy, Switzerland, England I Varnish Brushes, .5<:
The following program was :Swift: & Co. people, :
route borne he will spend a short . ..Sci
spend some time in Montgomery Ireland and Scotland before turning Fish Scalers,
,
t from the bandstand last night ".y tu-n will at once begin preparations
bffure they return. while at Hendersonville, N. C. for I their faces homeward. It goes for i Pencil Boxes . .Sc
the Metropolitan Band: for the erection of a large plant
I be the saying that they are havingmost a 1 Tack Pullers, . 5c
March, "Caesar's Triumpbal"G.F. mining the rock that is said to on 'I I
Miss Grace Hair-bell who has been City Attorney and Mrs. T. E. Biggs Mitchell. this land in abundance, and will put delightful trip. ; Picture Hangers, . -5c

vtattlnc hr crandmother, Mrs. E. B. and children have returned from their i Dust Pans . ..kj
Waltz "Remembrance of Naples"C. in an up-to-date mill.
Him. at WurthiuKton Springs will] trip to Jamestown and other places. W. Bennett. In speaking of the quaality of the The Newspaper of the Present Jar Rubbers, . .Sc

tat Friday, much tota i Mr. Biggs spent several days in Maryland i Tin Pot Tops, . .Sc
hum There has been
ivtvnwd Indian Intermezzo, "Silver Heels": rock, a gentleman who is in a positionto a great change in

dflucht of her manyy friends.. with his parents, and says that J. B. Lamps. know, says: "The rock is exceed- the newspapers: of the country in the Dish Mops&c
enjoying most excellent .Sc
they are Knife Sharpener,
Overture, "From Dawn to Twilight"C. ingly high grade, showing up about past quarter of a century. Xewspa-
Mr W. U Goodwyn the popular health and will spend the next winterin W. Bennett. 75 per cent. tosphate." He also perdom, published in New York and \ Screw; Driver . .Sc

of the Richmond Florida.Mr. : Machine Oil Can, &c
iravfhug rvpivnentative and the interests
is representing
March, "The Bugler"-Fred White. states that the deposit large newspaper

Paper Company called on the rented the Sis- Selection, "Faust"-Gounod. has not an excessively heavy over- of the country, bas this to say of the,. Hinges . -5c
has
T. M. Moore
busit . 5c
and Bread Pans,
enterday, says
bre ) change: ?
pr..t..1'11 March, "Metronome Prize"-J. C. burden.
remarkably good all over the trunk house on Lime street, formerly Hair Curlers . -.5cI'
"
The of '
4.$ in and Heed. There are rumors of another large great newspapers by.gum'da's
Mr. E. K. Nelson
occupied by .5
.,,. of "American Patrol"-Meachaw. deal on foot, in fact, two of them, but were made great by men whu, Coffee Pot Stands <:
family, and he will take possession Leather -5e
Mrs. Quite a large crowd were in evidence as they are still in doubt, and papers conducted them. They were exprt-s Straps
as the the same in a short while. . ..5cI
known .. Wash Pans,
sect >
TV ivligious refrain sions of The
still in and all thoroughly enjoyed the have not been passed, we great men. great newspapers (
months Moore and the children are . 5c
ago
who some Tin Funnels,
ilmrt'h <>f t:ud. excellent music. from mentioning same just at present of today have been made I
J, ihlr tabernacle meetings alit Virginia, but will be home in the ear ._ in the '!'Pen Staffs. . . . . .5cI
bred. but will have a full account great by counting-room ability. They
in ly fall. . . 5cI
again in evidence Coffee Pots .
."* hI nil an "Tex" Now Sole OwnerMr. near future.-Bartow CourierInformant. are the result of business ability and I

Thin' time it is among : Quilting Clamps, . . . .k
that MTM.HI G. W. Martin yesterday purchased they chiefly express the wonderfi!I
who are hnldine Mr. Alex. Inglis of the Dunnellon '!'Scales., . . . .5c
th* ..lnre.,1 Irvqle the interest of Mr. B. H. Sandersin results of system and business am'
meetings. Phosphate Company, passed through i' fore Brushes . . 5c
ulirnuM'le. Robbers Caught men. Those which continue
.tent Ocala Saturday, and is oft on his an- the Ocala News Company. Mr. The Young newspapers I
has for years been con Weaver returned to express personality are net.j YOU
vacation. lIe will first visit Martin many Deputy Sheriff j BRING THIS LIST WITH
J."onII papers continually nual in the modern sense, and tti.-rare ,. '
The Jacksonville and will go from thereto nected with this enterprise, and intact from Martel yesterday, having in his great

clamor fur immigration of Georgia to Florida expr -, Birmingham, thence to New York.I has had the sole management of custody Adger Watkins, one of the bur few' :'tln i i'or M. FISHKL I [

foul a. MMW a* rillsens to learn that the success held an oldcolored
that city Niagara Falls, Maine, Canada and it We are glad voung negroes who up
.* r> a .tfdire to locate in He will be gone until of the business has been such as man on the outskirts of : .-

the c't+\ council takes action to keep other points. to warrant Mr. Martin in purchasing Ocala, and because he would not surrender l "
hard to fall.
tlMnt. nit Home people are the entire business, and hope it will his pocketbook to them deliberately : ,

.uytsl \ E ::11'\1\11I.' Sun. Ed Lloyd is one man that you don't continue to grow and prosper.Mr. filled him with shot. Watkins ,

have to run after for money. If he Martin has been a resident of went on to Martel and entered the CLOTHINCCLOTHING

Tb. orange and grapefruit trees .owes you anything he can't sleep well Ocala for many years and it is gratifying room of the stiller for Messrs. Ray.

In tyw. gnu." in San Mateo are putt I until he pays it, and the beauty part to his host of friends to know Johnson and Clark and stole $:!2 in

a ftne new growth and with it about it is that he always sleeps well that he is making a big success of the cash and a Smith and Wesson pistol

are coming bloMwuns galore. In many Manatee Record. Some of our subscribers Ocala News Company.Life and then secreted himself in a shed

..-. 'f* rase hh.!*oin* arv routing on trees; have a bad case of insomniaIf Mr. Weaver got on his trail and it

-- slrvndy. ','t all the fruit it universal at Silver Springs he had the young
before
that h**' this case is to be made a was not long :
Friday Mr. Frank Teague and friend:
rascal in his charge.

up.-mu1tMt | standard. I chartered our Josephine. launch and His comrade was caught sometime Wake Up !

I A man was taken out to toe Marion went for a sixty-five mile cruise on l | before and in .uutmu J.n'". tin,,, they. \\11.. ..:.

M M< l'ti! ,-n on Mme from Ocala I I Farms Saturday and upon returning the Oklawaha leaving here at 4:2:! j be tried and made to do service on You have been sleeping long enough It's very
her his off
to pack up and ship refused to pay the hack driver a. m., and returning two minutes some turpentine farm.

"co.h(>'i," h..1'M' ,:IM!1\ to that city. Mr.. :I I fart' He was foijowed by the officersand of schedule time reaching home two I true there are lots of people who prefer going to a

. xonio time con- ;' caught stated that the reason minutes after six. Mill at Cornell Burned the
when but
i.>r their
'M I t. ,. r i'ti, wit* regular clothing store to buy clothing,
u th,' I.a.lit'i'I EniKrium( in'I' be did not do so was because he Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Fox and Mr The large saw and planing mills
t..1 \1\ i .
ne', + -III left hi-re on account of : did not have the price. He agreed to and Mrs. Kirkland used the launch all of the Northern and Southern Com- suit you buy will not look, fit or wear any better
,1"
hi .> In Ocala.l.lv .- and the officers found in I II and enjoyed a fry at Al !I about seven could from for least
'Icq '-, and will\! !.u.\t be searched, day, fishing j: pany. located at Cornell than one you buy us at one-

l, th i,...cratM I his pockets a razor and a pair of brass exander landing. and spent the afternoon i miles south of Ocala, was n'irelyi third less

1 l I kuucks. He was arrested and tried cruising and fishing on the Ok i I consumed by fire early Saturday money.We .

n- 1,1.! t II t nd"'r+ and daughr for carrying concealed weapons, and law aha They brought borne enuogh !i I morning. have a big line of Clothing and the quality

J \ :Ml-\ TuiiiUM Sanders I was sentenced to give three months fish to divide among the neighbors. I I Though the mill was a complete

I r .",f .'!f 1.:1'l I'! 'ill'.m.t ;!'.' and! MNS Gladys Mar I, of his valuable time to the building'! loss, it is stated that quite a large cannot be excelled no matter what you pay.
F. Williamson
Friday from the county roads. Mr. and Mrs. John lumber which was in the
.fd [of of
tea .of otaU return through the Eastat .. and Mrs. John R. Martin and two quantity awaiting sHpm*)nt was saved, We have a lot of beautiful light and dark gray
yards
,, 1 \l b.lt
!I.
"
an "I.\...MI\\I During their ab- Capt. B. F. Johnson, representing a I. children left Saturday for Daytona by the heroic efforts of the employes worsted and plaid suits which we are selling for
{ Richmond will spend the
of where they
..,. \. \ t 1-11.'d the Jamestown ExPA big publishing concern Beach who live near by.: $10.50 these suits sell everywhere for $15.00 and
His publishing The "Ocala colony"continues ;
hincton, Chicago St Va., was in Ocala yesterday. month of August. The company carried no insurance.and .
.I'I..I' \\,oitur:\" places of interest. house has just completed a to grow in numbers. the loss is quite a severe one to $18.00.Ve also have blue serge suits at 1.50,
.*y' $1 1.1
aIr l of the
beautiful biographical history the young men who compose the worth $15.00. Woolen crash suits from $3,50 to
a '' Virginia and Geor- and Annie May, the two little
months Men of Mark" of Laura firm, Messrs. E. C. Welsh and M. J
Jantt' P>h'". who for Tome I in the employ gia and has a similar work in prepar- daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I Roess. We did not learn the value of $8.50. Good values.

\ alDC has been In Inverness will be printed Saturday for a short visit -
past Co.. left last ation for Florida: which Parker, left the burned property, but as it was; anextensive
&
of Nest Coffee he has a po- perhaps within the next twelve to their aunt, Mrs. A. M. Leaven.,I plant, it was quite !arte. We are closing out all our summer dress goodsat

for Tampa where of a very Palm View, :Manatee county.Mr. .
w These books are good, at line.
& Co. Ills employers months. cost. Special price in every
..... with Swift illustrations are all
the
Urn up, high order, Buck Pond Picnic
:. ., here regretted to giro and printed on an and Mrs. D. E. Capplejnan are

and hl. friends are very sorry to Is see In. extra from goqd steel quality plates of paper. The volumes visiting the former's sister, Mrs. L J. The people' of Back Pond announce The Boston Store.
home annual picnic -
will hold their
'c, him Irate Mr Pyle Virginia and Georgia are !I Smith at Palm View, on Terra Ceia that they
on '
.1 V lulled his people there '. were accompanied: by on August 23rd. and extend a
Ocala an commended by the press I BJ. They
in Tampa.-In\'ernes5; I very highly Rubie. I heavy :invitation to a] to be present ,
hefwre Roiii* and people of those states. their daughter, i

Caronicl. ., .





........- -.-- I ---- .. >-- --



+>. tu? .. -
aSY
5f. n. .rsvFy! .dr ,.=... ._ .. _
-
..... ...- .;. .if"" dI -.. < -----"- cae 55 -r -S
.... J b:
-
-
!oo- -



,

l r rV

--
--
--- .
-
..--- '
.

3 PCMC: AT PISE: couli: ;.G=;.jly: appeal :o oneslaa !
o r !_' Th, man who wlas is tie :manstays \\ '::,'

:.: L,, : a. : ,: ,g-: r .. .:::. T -s S-* ? 1 v- .'vS \ vf *Me's -j -3pr ":
A Gafer r.;-A 3. ; 0 n r.er- A:: : : .
A Large FIO, cf Orltry-E..eryy; : 4.:. ; :>".& a p.cture of :i/e gaiiTa Inrir the cn- :ug"-t cai? ici the r.' ?$&% V? Ka.t

G'Cf.oui Tin-e ,:, .,. ir.l ::.-:.: :a.:5 n.Oi: 5 3 ways.:
Had a ..
A.::. :, perhaps: w': : ..:: ;-r:: :-. .. .
Tl : pct.c: : E Pr s-s!.,..r.Y way; j a n.a1--: "
e first af::r <':--er speaker: wa then. uS- .--- s '
: : afi.r: 21: %*; in ?Trvortr -a-s: fa., r -._ -. I
.t"4"""' Hoi L. ',V. Davl;. o-r inipular and ciicie To ielp sonv: ir- >r

<.,: :: tC :i'j :iii: .: in CIt :: ; :.: :i:='rc:: a"cn.ey. )OI:. DST-;?' v c. -._ ..i : -._ ::..a.:: -> .. II

11" ...:- .,... a.t-.d..i: to:' 5;, : T'jb ::: :11t'ir..5 tit wet and -dry clecuos. .I..

14 ? Jt 3L,,1 : ? 1a; dr:: !'..:f:::: &.Ild ie tOOi pOslUTfe gT5UE.d5:! i::. fa- A::.: .:...:- n.a: : :_ = ;

_'a.. T-or of tie dry;;. H5a: us: :ir :;--' --_; .--- .f.{

Mr: .. \V Marti: Wrier ,Lwn !o county wai already u."..-.-. :ia; :': .....;..-. ...... T:. ': ''::;;":,, c': :: -: ": .:: i t 9 r ,y Jt

> : ._ :" : t: B. .:.:: r a "P-o:': je: so: dexl&rrd DT an ovenrhelziininiajority 3 ;.: i.:: .gx. .: :. .. ., ;:;.7i, :. : .. I

-.s: ;: r.-j.: :.,...:. aB'L ins :r7 W : tiia: he !lad felt lirpals :.,.:;,.: ::r. : :'.; :.

.: .. rrWrk7 stated that..:- of I K entire: county: i'i: 1= A.:. : ;..i: :.:..". -0--; ( "'" ,: : :.:. :.. %$ 1 $ .., Irl .

:.': a' ..1 I :: ".-r-s larger h1d n{,: Hixf what oc was laliif aso_".. "ou: $5i i'tf s.

.- :.... ..Ill :. ..:: :r. :: Ga.v' .:,". whet Ule '\Ox i "Sferc CO'iitcd tit; : : '" :-? ::s.:: ;;. :. : j7h3 o'w

:.:. : _=-! :. .'- ..- A .arge nu m {if[ .couiiy would .JC. far IrJS c'=' Jig ;:y : -:: : :-2-: -. 3Trco CCPAW1"S LTct

!..':,...ri .- i.----!? a f"rm?r' tiat T"fi"'T.....'" ."' sep: Lao: ,;--: ..Trritaktn rj, rt ; J..Y 1
_: :. V .- iV :- ;: : :ta:: the ban-is 0: those "' ";:: Tr' E MAN WHO WiNS; :' \

M- : :rn.irs.rdzi, : : 11. : ::::::;, :':- ::. .... !!: : : :.= '.:; :.--.i- Best-Equipped: s r.d G: } J $t Flat Plug
iit 7..r.r. ;,g T:: =_: ;> =:o w::: :-t ::aw : ,, :. Largest
gr
ir
::. : ::'i' and :}3. wiri. pi::ira werea arrTi'.rfjr :: ,

.. :..$ .;' .- :rs.ru.r: -:-i :.i:.a: j : ;..;'C" ..'., rc' ir "=' l ;,.,..ors tray a -: .:- :.-"" '..- Tobacco MsnafaiJturing: i ihe P ant i ii1 the World
. : t: !!:O. TI -- :r-' :; ... :lJ .': ..5 ':: .::: ''..:? next ether
.. : .r: -.a ofifa ? O..1C ::.:- ::':::Ot: :.: r_,,: .r Ccflc: .x amount of sweetening than any kind
:- :::. : :-:- '.1.:. :-: : ... :!: ::'-' w.old for.=. lie >r:;: ; iry! 10 brj:; :iTrcti man siirisman 'J." .;.:Jsr-r.clds iu.-tcr.es. equirped. withevery I has a wholesome, stimulating and satisfving ; -

:.. .. ..* i. : -. .' .a: li'r :> r.ir: ::.: : of gui-- -s-ie ite facia ; 7:: wi: : sanis in i. .:. : ii : mccnarr:.w.e t.-. r-,'.... -c"S. thebes i and effect:: en chewers. .
; .
: .
: .. .:.. :.' .:.. =..:' :,:-.;! t.i--: it: tLa* in rj aiy cry couzur ; ; I.-accby a clean, sanitaryand SCHNAPPS is the brand; that made theReyr.clls
::. )! -. \\- bi :,:,;l': :.r. ::gh. -=- ::.-- ':-.i :' : ; chsw-r-fc
: : :: -
:., :; : : gI : : 3'A"_. _. _:. : 1>.-_ the directioncf factories famous as the rr.ar.uflctarers -
'. ':. : ? -< :atetom wM' :::.,:,;.=.,..s: -.i ::.."' : cf ::. ... IT ; :tc,. healthful! process: ur.cor: bissruiy f; ; cf the best cad most poruiar brands
.... wto wins: have made :- business: a
: t't Yes. ie .s; :ir: :n: men who :
)l: : >:- i ? =: :and: reads: necessary the
ctethiif'tobacco,
= :_.i" '. '.::; aas .: ::_ .:; .: :0 : r are iccatwi in the cenre cf the Fie.icf enormous growth ) .....

H."r. E __ .... _:. .a.nn : C.::s. .: ; .f s'J0 Tis t ir. -. ::. e mas: Ftu ..:.. Is tie man wio: rr.cnt tobacco ":...--.-=Ji1M_ .....".".. -."-.' '.. -' ....'.... ,>.. .. .5" ,"." -i"'......-. -.,h, 3&SCHSAFf -r-i-rrv<-.<-.>. ... lZ'C-tTI.. 3 small actcyl.ri ,
'1. ) 'r
..
.:. : :.i1 6i: : :: ;: :: ,;...:. :'&1 : Star :.:' :'re = ".. known""_ ,, '_ "" "'Li- ,. r"b'J'; _
ii .1' -rr : : .-? J.Vt:: : 'rg TTZO very .._ .: \ .. .... :0 ..:1L.g-
.. -
... : :'0' -Z" 7_. vilzr .-{ pain ani tie -.. ..;ri c:: ... Q. (: .. 't"t, ,.. ..
:" UOI.. : :.- ;, : .l:'' .' _' inind ijrc-rfully, : criticiz.u.r *-: .::1C werl! YS gs t'C :a.1. '\:... ".' '".\ 'l\ -.,,:' ..... "-.J\. est .-"."- .TJ". .'''' .r.1Lvt -
p ::' ..r. o: :-",;. ;...:: .-:::" -:::' wC:t : : :. ::. :.t-I :lpotJ:::. 'Ii:.a: "LA! bee:. wrS: '.- .' ._. .'. ,,. _,...;.._"....._; ....... ; ._. ,..\. .\. \ 'I 't\\\-, ,, .\. :\ ; ... "t; tc :....,.t'-\vr"o '.1o"
.. ;"'::o a :less.nams; ; from:: tie man : .:'. t .. t_ ._.._.,c.:1.\ ; :. \i- ",,. t. It:..;,, i'. ...i:: ;;;.. ,
.
.
eaae ari .
; "r ; : : ty: --c: :: er 5;- : : pai. tm ;.' _. _. : :-' t't' i."" .1 ..._ "u." ..oIM"O..... n... ;.'.0
_
'. : "J ..::.: : .: ... ., .' ,-... ;; "''.... .."" .i'."."... .;:;;.:
MrV< a:.: ,; .. -:: ; -.a l; :: .'!.'... ="' ... ,
0
:' : :LA started :
: : : moimfulwails. : : ;:; 1..i:2U..:....- ......:_ I.- t :
: ; inds in iis '
aid 3E.tr.v""-: : ; \.!i d a moral: td. 0 <:
: = ,
s.a ; i :nc t :; 13/5 .i'ctin- it to-day.
: .. 'y-1 F-e'-ic'as Co., in: :: ar
::... '\I ?-,: AD.. : ; .. :, : !::: ;,.-_-. __. .""'- \...: sooi roads aid : i ''''.._:-.._.. '':_.; '':'.' __ t"J.r--. ;: : n-ir.ter cf manufacturers:
"_ ._.. -_.:. '._.;. .._'- __,, ,. n_\:\: W'- '". There :-re a re.v.er
favor 1:: It ft : ; '.::. =;: .
.? 4 wrMr .1: ::'- :' .. :. :.=. : ::::.::: t :td -= 0-: ; t. :: : : claimed to be just as gccd:
W .. : :.:i Srsi: i-. :- ': _: H, :' : .r c. n'ry in b'iildiag Its gr a' (_:_.' .' c 'v.-r v'-...:.Q:" V-"Cl.--'I'' making .:.it.t.'t_.:":t commodity manufactured :: I

A.mo i ::.. 1'JOIE.. :: -r:: "it -itrrtr.rrr.. ani ;t-okr specially an_, JENNiNGStOT! A CANDIDATE i ........._.._.__.. ...... --rtl !.J are: usen 35: SCHNAPPS:: t.i.= any of SCHNAF ?Scr.exvec ::

tit 3tri tMr :_ ; : .....r C i. ::.C a.1.r ; irt..ir.y .-f Ji::" rs:: J. Hi::. :it I C. '-. 'rs c:" tle: ;high-grade: I : ye:than there the are total mere amount pounds of all iirta-: : ,1 1Reyr..C.5 \

C :_ d.: ?.. '...::Jl.- : iiy: isJ: : J7rdralra.i 1'''arks H s Friends for Tt ear Promised :: rr: t.scs prove .. i

., .n as -vr but jj..i tir : :ci Mr Bitt.ngrr: is a pleas.z; : S..ppcrt-MuSt Decline for i that this: .cir.-.c -- -1 _. takes a smalleras I t....'\;c I. brands, or tb"f':1... appearance.:

.._: v. :'.u- : ) C". :-.":' ;""- :; e ?i-i.--r .; -;, Zt occasions, anli _: Business Reasons It J2T3 tdu$ OJ ; r+] ad crier frs:: tag t1fi S-C-H-.N-A-P-P-S, lid you wjH have ht save: :.

., ::-: .. .....:..5. '* : ::.. :..::- T e-. n.=- at PIIT.CiiirtLin .t't, "__wjig kf.cr: irina; : H:::: T Wlnston-Salem: K. c.3..1. .
-
.' it .:.': J--: : : ';- 3. rr: Manii: tnar.aT-i: : :" tn-. .1... Jenzi !!:"'. wno ;iis: for some umerz ; R. J.I REYNOLDS TOBACCO ,

*, :.s.. J r1:' .- l-cke: ::;..r. as one of tie strongcan : :; -
r o;:! : :uniLi .. T ::
.A r. r:: "*.' r-.-. -.,::,* ""A n'; 't A lS'' P">. :4"T. .",- : ,
; \t : .1' : !:'i ::'-" .,'T: : 0i ... : -. ;..r for -. :'_ there, paid Mr :5: :: icac= :': : gu;;: rsacr.al iuc- ,
: ... > ::- = ':t.. : ?'1'.5 a ng in tie ?e:saco.a: JcnrA.iiit ; : = -- --
_.. : :'c : -
: ) l c' .', .i:' : ,.1:.:' a h __ :_; .:.-:: a2-;
: ;-; : s.::. > .. ; ; : .. wll Lc of special ine ..i.u .- ...... .,'.
at.rri1 : -"' '-. "? J -, #;
.... ...
.... :. .'.-r.., : -.l :.:: -- -: -- ;; :- : : : ::: ;?: :ie demc-crats:: of* Florida: : L. .":' :: : .': :' _::_ ::.< r'. -- """ .'t. i"t-";:. '" r.

.' : l :'. c :; E-em.'criuc: : Voters c F'.or.Ja: : .
,, : 6r: : -
r. _
h : _: : 1 : : ai: w-u. ,' : .', :. -- : ;: ::- : :' _::--- : ..
.. .. ": ;; : :: : -:' : .. .( 'I-" .' .
'
t .. .. .d. ., "-.. ..a: = --.-::; '' .. --.i _-.:. =.r: Til. ::. :T.r ', rr a :year: ;Lerr ias beea coo..era.e .'It.7W. .,,,,, }. ) '. _+,
sm--e my: nmae. "" -
: .... -\. J': "" ;-G .' 55 _. S :;. : ;.sc.:;s..n as :c sy:: beat :::- ::. i-ir j-i-ort ever' .t. < Cj '
.. ,. = :" :: ::-.: ::-.: .l" i : '. t" ..:' = :" --4 -' \
: iemc-cratic: a : : -. ,
:. '. -n.A.tM :- :\ : :. H- '. : f'; .. ::. ." ;.:. .::.-* a cani-iate: : t.r :n'r : '' :>!' .'.... ;"1:;.;;i.4" ..." ; ,
: :::i- for f.---:: :a: tie prvra&rc : c:..: :: Iz _nk: J .. ." ':i \
i.nan
r \\-0 ra ;:::
.. : ;; : .: : : : :::.. 'C .
: :' : : .
: :loyal: > cy : x -. 1Ii ', ..
; ; _
: :::" seneus an : : ; .N ....
:5 .
.' \: : :::: 1 .
I r-" : 3. 0; t ::..a.--::; : --l.: .5-: ::: ; -" : ... 'r- .. -
j : :-
.., .. ..'J -, ... ....', -,'--- '.., ':!:.. WHAT S A WATT ? :( :i= :cra.: .u; ,: vi'd1 myeS.ir : '::. :: iav- '
Ii '... .'." . .-. ..'- :.. -' -; '.-2.: :.:-. Sd ; tie :.red:: 3! rUlc: =eCUit .:: c.n. .>. :. vt me say :r. : r. Flt T AND LAST

'. h' ',. :.) .__'t" :::;; :- ;;: z-i. Wv .'::' ::',., : : : _":.: :.: :... _. ;;;t:'. :.:." :,' :::<:::" ... .... -'.ii- '. ...: :.; ---i./: :: ...',in>l-;.;..;.: '.-. '<- .. ; ry-t R r" t.t: !

-,. ...vr (" .. : ": =- :- ::. ( :. A-i.: ; : :: r ::3.-: : :-".::-- :.z.---: .' f- /, e; ". : !1 .4. r '
'. t ; -s-: :._ :::.r.!: : : : : :' ::: :: ',1 fi ,, .-. ,1-1' r :
., .... -., -. .' -" : 1. .:. '': :-:- : :. ::. -:- .' "-=:-. :.::' : ::: .in.c TcJeitrC.y: r-rSel:: :. =_:.i-- :.:-: .. : :: ;:, : ,=' .. l1.' .. ,- i_.. .:., .f"1; .. ,CI:'t.., ':0. :.' .'.!. .. ;JI''

t ': : .. .' ; ::. .,... .. -:- -: .. ::" ." :.::? : -" .:.':',,;..:.:-:.. .:.. -.t:. :.::.." ... ,;,<:':::::..:r.. ;.:.', : : ::' '. ":-:. \ II::-= ,,':.: :!:a 1'1;;'I't.i.r.. _,,_:,. : )o ---.. -..: .,., 1) JL4.:

\ "' : .. .. .. ..- .-.:. : ;A'S : .,. : ::-.1': : :. : .i :;'...: :::...::::: ._' '.:'-: "' SX : ::'..i : : :: ,:: :-':_ < :'i -.:: .:. u--: ;.i .f1 \
.. .. S S made to all who
pan
,. .. .. '. .: ::. : :.L-: "- : : -:- ": :
: '.' :: :- 5- :-, ",- -: : : '' t.. :, ,:. : ::- .:.: :' :: : :;; : : ::-.g
.. .': ':" .i. .: c' ';;'-:. : .- :- t:
1 .. .1., ,,, ';" ':' : ''; '. _i tnit : '. V :: i 1 ::-: =; s'a'.ic: tie p.anf. : .ai..cr : buy or wear them. In stvle.

\! ,) ;:. = .:.Co- "al' ... :. :. -_ in i Fan: :.:.: ;'.1.;;:.. -" ;' '-. '': '';' .:..;f-: ,- ':.'': -'. "'- : ::,, ", : ::.: 'a:, : V ... ..... 4L ,

t . ... -. .-.- .. _,_ ,:: ,: ._': :--:.:-:,'. =- ', ._ : ::x .-.-:. '. .:..l'i': :; .::, ease and diabiH'C' "Sh'ieid: R"'ar..J ."... u\Jt" ;?- t

.. 'f '.:':. :: .:>: :. '.:. .:; '. : .,....:. _-: : '. c-:' : ::-_ '- t:: '., :. :' _'' : .'. t-- the mark of n..r-1' ... t .'. o I' fsy
,.. '. ;; : '. : .'.:: .>.: :-;::: --
.., i .1' .r" .: : -;:. : ; :: .:'. :- -- ,::': : : :: -;': SOLD f3't Rttlit3L., 'IERtiA.TS O""L"

it' .: ":: < ; : : --.:' ': _:" ,::,:-=.: :.. : _:.. : .,.( ..:_: f F.-:.:", :- ': -:" '
'..: :;; : .:. : ., : ":' : ..,-,.' c. KiSi: CO. Manufacturers. .
"
," M 1 = .: :. : .': ::' ::':': :i-: : : <:: ; :
.
:i.:'r --- :.. .' : :' ": :.:. .. ..-.' : : ':::..- -.'_. .___. _.:.: -" .:... _. : '_'__ 0'h. ... -..-. .'. ..,.- -.-- .- .. -.-.. ATLANTA CA.
.. A' -_ :-. .
< : F Sa
/ .. '." :; : _.1. x"r. ;: e Of
+ ,U'7 :' .::. :.:...l. ." ::- ? f-.-:. : '.' AP C'\ 5CE CCMPAVr: '
: C .i' ,, ::. : .:'_'::' _. : ; .1 ':"L.- :.1 = ..
..' '. .... .. .' : '.::. .: ::::.l ,. .:.:. : r .. .'. V*..:". .:
r. ;' .. . : :; : ;. : : ::. :: ::..:' : < ':: "' : :

.. r-): ..' : .: '\ :. : :; ;",.<::': :.a" .:.i" r7' :.,.:' -,: : .::::"':" :::'.: ;> :: 'r :. ::" ',::, =, It.g' .. -- .

"it ......4. .. "II .... _. .. ..'. -, '.';''0- : :' =,:.. --= : ._ ._. 3.a ::" ::. -:'. _' -; :.- .:, :' :: ". tien.in.::s as aicfcru.r. ::. -:: :: :: :. : .; ;;' ;' :' : -
cf zjc-i -a-r.: ::-_ -lf-: : i. .
: :.i m-ra > -
I ,. L LU-__ ._._'.- -- :-1c :- :-_ :.'. :::: :l..:":: ': t.:. =:''' :".l.a:" : : \ An appeal ': -

,. ;t. Ir-'', :l" S :.- .t.War! : i c-i-:: : : .C t ; r":' r.-5entrl i:. ::.)t D ::; :::': : i3. :,owvee:: :1 mvademe .a:roe an : aJH'JSg: :irm: ai.: : ii"doutt t

f I. .1!; ... ..,....;. J.. -_ -.--.. ',.1'I .3l' ::-.. :: ::.' .. :-. ,- -. z.:: ::: .A. ._ t>: ::..:; :J. I:: .:: ;) i.l 'S.,5. :: : tiat some: : one an be t15.5.yrcted -\:!

I ti. I .... ...... ( tr.-.r i .. ."- it -> : P------5 :, r >- ::. : :-:: .:::::::g.E-: a: : I do .t feel hat: i can- Coc.xir.' Ky : ;io .i.l"a: -".e: tistave: arn'

.t.. F ,1Ii't" .. :. ...... i'- :' : =- ::. ,rForrtttB govern jr. under wiD=c idir..ni.-r- I I
,' q'.I" .i '- ::.y ::\.' 'A=.o '":":' : :: : : !:' n.a.l: ::: : re r. ROLLINS COLLEGE
t of ', -.rnlr-::B: .
gooi
:::0'0.... :. :-.,.. -=-' :.' : ,:. ()''I'd-- ca"ratier ti: .:n .::' ctrl: d .' years ago tic :peoplew.ti t::iion tic cause s. ,

"' pu"" .:. .... .\ t3 I:' :.a:: : :Jay ,1'.5,.:;';!: -:-:- T.r--tr.c&, : isatt is t'n= x:oni 1 am now associate in !bosi- w:11 L be supreme' and ti-s: r.-ist inter- \viTKR 1: P.R K.. FLA. '

I..I !lCC'' :" : .,t; ,; 10:' : :..,-.1'lM' tn-: tr.-i-ct: of "> .:- =. -:::?::-:":! by a:: :cam gave me the! oyyC'': tt11? : e :s of tbe state will: be S=c::-<:. Offers superior< advantages: in !hgi grade co'lege. academypression -i

riA 'I! .. :_ .jfc'I pctlrI in' ;'':':'''tc,.. .. :. =- :- ... ;.: : t.:': ofrCa =lie: a ne* start ::l :via. I bad suf- T. A. JENNINGS.ip'.omac : rnjsic: art, busiaeaa: stenography!: and domestic settt I

**>>! : : ;" '. a: 1..1 1':In" -- clr.-tri-ii.: : : tr-.rT: ani th an: :-=:td s- rre fnascial: : reverses aav- courses.
I !)i : crreB! ar>: '::.-'. ; --..azleamri _
d ti a:: ':' :' r i n "..,.*-- ::'tf* .:'.- ::" -01'" _:'"i-.' l'l* i''l' ::. $ pr-sTi'-is.y lost a.:. tie property: : Most attractive healthful and refined surroundings.: F' ,, f f

').. ., .. ...i:. :::.;0 j.u ..ra.'Y of an T."r.. : oirrrct. :.... i in tie "a' .::.,1. aac: wa *a tie cp- ::.:-: article Is: ti- Forjm..ch particulars aai room reservation!*, a-Mress,

:.. .: .. ::, .. :a.:1 In&:> Cartful i-\i-r.n.-n"; iiavtdrtn.:: .-!" ;,... .- -_ny *as: ;resea:=d 1 cad cui.ni .. :::.. was ccntribut'? 1 '. ; 3 ,,, ,- b it iealia: :: aac ;}: von Strfmbtr?. ti-r GrrrmflL I J H. BrllX-j I I. ....r. \\ t K.t I ." RAL.r." 1
i:. .1:3. J.'. : ::'" :r a. j sTatr-i. :, tharii't? y= s c-Dci a: :'.' offer in re-rn > my :
.. T: men.ve 3.::.:.assa-ior. It fcas! :o :o wri -, 1 t -u.a. F.a. I I .ll! : _' ,
2Se !
worst. :
jai t. ::' ra:: : -'; :J.. 'J :.5 : .". : ;-. .::. ._ ?or Sc'e'::: ::' 3. 7tL"ls .-a:: to

:'!Ut1" Al-2 :th ---- > ': '$, '.': -' ,.:a'.,. : : T--a. :r:: :n :ts ''i2. :.'. appealed: to me: w':.::n lie past :;:;.. ..-rCt, "Educan-on an-i; Ii ;-. .?mnt-n- po"7 j

l H. 0' ..rY .v "..,. -?:"> ,.. a::. : : .'::.:. v. .:.. _.1: :! : :") ;' =' : T wesL n .-: to de=er.: tiem nowtime ::1::. i ilscustfe* tbe great :m-e-: =_ -iVnitec _
-
1 ... ..... :.' at:. .,.: : :. :' 1 '" :.. :. :>:f:( ha.. a .. ..ien 'i-y: came::: w=:ll afforisp States commer--i: : -J r .1.: .<
... .: ', i Tit re was a.e :( ::i colleger; aid '121 ;'-:--..-: : 7.- ". . . .. . . . . .
tivHA _' ; }: .. ;" '=-'" :r.--: : g. :. .' : : :5co ;" : : : :rtmy! : :i-rvice: . ......... ... 1

..:'" .-; ""' ''. ,n' .> .L 'ir : .a- .. ..:.:.vir ::..,. :.!:.: wien I rTe
t' ':,"<,' ":' : ,''-'!:!:.:!. ; r-r.x: ;1- / ::.. : : lr""t'ft. C::., ::" '.'TV tian tiey:: : d. i mile, ani now -:., i .::;i' ':awn.: : aa-i; esp-ro.i.ly:: :a :. ': :

: ':.':S' :- ::.:, =-, .. : ,. :: :' .\ :..: :wa.:'. ... :: ::'.1: :.ie ?.: _Q'i_:y a: .-:rat..ne -:::..: tha xi 11: aivanc'r: ': ". jni ; :. 1i Adding New Accounts !

,writ! .- ..-: !l-\. .=..: .' .. -:--:: :-= 0-:, '.: :,:, r '< '" ,!: .:: :. ': '::' :... ." :-- e cfh-: ;::1' :'::::. A.-:; zi: ;.i- : i

ji ,. : : : J' :' .. : :' : .:' ':L'r :' ::.,. =-: "':: ::.:. : :.-::.. 7,',:,::, : : :::::=- --.>L. y no* a ci'izen of iT"i.. : ,

: g.. 1. .::: ::.S.l- '. -ucz A ratTrjUl : ,1: :. ::.:' : ; --c.. : ::: ::. =:. :r.a-: :. ..'. --i.; an-i: *.iScial: : r-rr-. : riati : -: .. We 1

o 1,' :. "'! S S \. ,-.. :. .: ::l:: '... -:: .: :,. ::.. : ', : :' : : : ::' :. : :,,,:. : ; .: : / are constantly 1 adding new accounts : /
; : : ; ; : :
,.' :: :: <":" t. : : ': -7 :. .: .. _.::'::5 .J. O.J.:' :. .:.' -: : ::":i:: :"t ::.--: -, : : :- 1

: Ht:3.. .j a. '.:: : S.--:. -- :."..: -= : :: ".-' .,.. :. ::. .: ..;-. :- \;--z':1: l"----: :' ,. :,-, .. and our business is increasing at : !

'. 1_- : :: : ::. .,.: -, ': : ::.:' ..:: :. = las eree: : ::. ::.-::" w:: r.::' -: :Ea.--r.-: ::: ;,. r'-: .

: .' j j : .. ...:.. .. ::.. ..,- '- ::: .' .t.: ':' :...: .: :rira.e.: anen .:: -..'i- :::E":! .': ::. '..; ; :.."... ::. I..f ._ :. : a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also: :

.' ,. .. ..,... '. : .,.. ......."' ..-, .:.. -. '.::"' :':: ,,: .. ::.';: :" ::: .
;
r. -a.r 1 .. :.7.- .: : ,:,r :. .;::.. :: .:');::" :::' :- :::':' :.:: : ;._ '. : .::a .: ; : :.. :. might be glad to join us. oi : :
.
,. ... :.. : : .-... ".. .. ...::-.: -::" :.:: ..: ", :. ::e::::: "= : :r :-" :'=' :'::: : J:2' 1 1
..
j .... "' -":' ::, :r ''- ... ;,"' '' _. .. ..-:. : ':'_._ :':"'. ':: ":' .'. ,, !: ::.. : :.. :>3.:' :: :. ;; : :CI: r'::.:'. ,:: ;'y <=. ':':" :::. :;:. :::: : 1r)

", ..: .: _:: .,. .,. ,: :',::'. ;", :::.. -.. :.::': ir ii'rclar: ':,i "ia a r- i: :-.--' rs- .

.I' : .;.. ,- :,:.c.:1: : ;; .::'. ::4'0:4. : .7_ i f'.r: =ncn an .:JE, :::;*.:(.':: :in: '. :." : COMMERCIAL
BANK i
I "\ 0 ., p. ..:. .. -. :. -. __ :- : '-. .:::.-':: :::-. ::'-: .- .:.'.-., aci f-at he: .vaLi rrr.rfirver ----: .
1
it .. 1. 1 : : ",. : :i .. -5 -5 S .. .' "- -7 :a.-: :,,;. .:..:.'!3. ::. ::: :: : bal -jefrti =ujn.T-i: a.ie .- y .

it '..i ,\ .. .. .. '- ... -- .. 0 .' :: :,.... ,:,'. ": ;.. ":- :' ..:::;, : a5;; '------' r"'r....= : German i. OC lA FL. ..
--
l'. (....:: :_:::t"':" :> .\:' s. *. SetatC-7 Ba :;.".::. ::. ::.:.:' ."; ,, :..... ...;: ... :'J -;; .inc-r an EtslanV -:. ., . . .. 1NNE 1
,, '. : .... .. ,, :. . ... + .. . .. .. .. .... .........
\ I. \ ', _': Gn':;:',,1 ':;' :_'= :.i:. :::: : :: : :-:- ::'-:. -- :: ---Y T T T.- J
.g.Y .
: 1u :. ,:.' -: : .: :'.:'.:: :- : -- : : .. '.'.' -'. ; ::=on Mizn-r. thft! c.-rorc-vi: iuii ---- .---- -- -- ,

i .'.' 't'i .. :c"'C.: : ., .. ... .. ::;.-:.3' : .. : .- .' : .. .:. _: of Mrs Cars: : T YerK=. :Ls 'oancthr h s B g Pu i Frank .
I Adams: Gett S '
'9' \ '' .. : : rsaTi: ooal: He.n ny
i :: : .. .- -y :: vire. 1:0: : : : .a-' --a-- Mr T ,
i a .1' :,1,)'"' 3Ccf: ttaDrr :..:...... iii ;uc (.vJj-X.-i.'. t -- Iart '--_ ... ,' ,.,.::a.. :> :..". m> am""ion rrom: : mr: toyics: :: ?-. ? ) marry Mr: ?. He:<>: a! '120: J.*nniS25: are: ..,;': :. .:' : :-- .A : ::a' ::- ::-"" ::;., .\ 1.1::.'

I. : .... .. ,. H,, : '. : .' .. :-. : ;'. ,,:: : : -:- ( :En. Sis: < oc.a..g: :: receiving: : many '.s\ ,
t I '' ; T "t' only; ;'o : :" ::" -:- : : -a-, : =': "' :: ; :: a neT .paier a'rELg-5; : a..= a cal ;:' aEfo" the: ; :> :

""r ft ..:. a: .! : .':' .;.,,:. ..:.: :."' :; -::' ..:' ,.:.i- .:. ::'-. :': '..'- "- .: .. .:.. ..- ." ,. tie Ocala: Banner govmorshlp. q-'.'t* from tne Klt' :-. ,

f'i .. ..' '-.'. ,,': : :'t' .. :: ., \\ _..: :-:-.; .i::.. .: .-- : .;... : '' : : fjnestion that has voicesii Senator Mallory : b.. .,
t probably been
.. .' :-. '. ...' .".. _' .. -esfw. DJarrhoea Never Known for re-electon .. -
i 1: .1: .1. : : .. .... ::. ", : :: -'- .. .. it tie; lips of l : 'l.
: .a-y an old:
f: .'a i t"'it: ._.. .' .,'" \: .. .\ -<. : ::'r. :- : : :. :::'C. .. : : :-_ .. ... .. -- .- to rail Jei:: :niags has never bren in stager: senate no btttr: ._. ,,.. cor.a \* ,
politics 1
'I.' 0\:1': \\iJ<'Il j''HIm Y iJ h! corn- and: Pettu : ert tat--t'l aof rx: :..:!' g.1: Raiay a fewwords for ;fore in the table *o td : .. p'i -,
:: :. ::-.:rjer.an'? Col:c. Gioiera and Dia so what gives; him his great
i i'r! \lt'. "''' : .' :; ,...a", rvren.eat* ;an-i '-- : s .::-t.'::::-): 1 :a.. :"" ':: : :' ,::,' ':.,. :: <'- ,,: : i--: : ".- R.rrr: : 'iT. I baTe use i thisTII )lull?" asks the Banner. It woud beery and gena.ton. : ,- or : '

: I.. .. ,':' : .'\' 3.i'''' .- -., ::- .i Lri .:. ::.'" .:; ;. :- i.:_::. 0--: 1.. -:" : -, ,.- .. :.. : ::..:. ::.-:: :" .: .. :-- : .:. rcy faasily for tie pasta v anusaal for a man altogether .-Gainesvil::> :.

"'1 ,\ :.... ::. ..::.;,<,.: : ::- :-..: : :.' < 7 .r- : : : :-; ',;.' ,::, :' .:.'. -:: :-': :" :. '' '- -."- '. -- -= ?:i hare recommended it 1 in untried -!
politics to be elected
V (.i.r' > ...:>rcv.hA .. .. ..- \ ", ..' -,. .. ':,.:. .- -."' ''' :'' .. : _.: .: -:: :-:- ,: .:-::.- : a : imtof: : people in York county .J once to thesigbest : Ihd"ard R Tailor: .i.\
.. anI nave never known it to fail to ef.J within the gift of the
annouaotsJ and too mach praise bee kind :o ise. and I feel sician and .. : ,
very l
w ? n3: i -.1c: : .utr.
f':':: a cure in any tnstasf. I feel people j[ of the state, bat perhaps I
i v.ii.t *v sad in IU behalf.a Th",'re New pio&piate beds (,01r.-'J tI't'1d .' .prxal.y'' : : grater-1: to :ie papers t : ::. :. I cannot say too m ;rfar the mends of Mr. Jennings the Ijlege i and of : ''ven'S:

+ .. .., :.1\ ctrl l'1d: pie. larustry : diic-ovt-red la: Trnnesaee a:. : t'.g C.TJ:.' ::am./on" :on:;. my: :.! :. :' ?::'0:' an i t- ':-.' remedy of the kin :n *ie world." expects his !, forma, has been .. ed rn.l ....1 '

.! : .1:: i.uJ... ; iu:: k. ro: panes ar "rx-.ng .rsan-.ied: t.1:< n..i.':' : : ?-::: ,.;. :. ::. : : :' : :: ?-::;,. -So Jemis m. Spring Grc-ve. York : ion-participation in public matters to I FrancISCO bv the 'dots.---; 'j
c.. DltY. Pa. This ret:".=.: for Yale .prove 22 element of strength in I
., :w u-a ail 21rr>'thtrj ;; : ..i: ::.: =.i_t' .". :.:' __ .. -: : _; ;... ::. ::.a all dr : bisSaa. of tl.at eity, t\ iaCft't'I E.-. :. :..tSchiviu.
i :; :3T3. :IS: i -G .


1l i -j ; Si t ,. .




.., ,' ''"'i# .--. S ,.,. '" .... ...., .
; -.-.. ..:"''i'-1.: .... r
l I r ., i-} :.i.g. ".{'_ .
.
.
.. .,,' -*&& 1"... 1 .ii _
.. r-Il- x V l; j;;. .A
1a" .! _'4 a2 m..,." -. ... .



,
"" -- "
'- -- -- .- 'Y'

.
4. '.
I "








: : i tT E 1AL' r B NNERie






.
-

XEWSPAPEKWHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFT ITS FLUCTUATIONS VAST 'tEPNS.-CU( WPER.VOL. .

.
-
------ -
-

.12, NO. (K. OCALA, FLOIHDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9. 1907. USE DOLL:\ II A YEAR


-_.- -- --- '- ---- ._- --_. ._______ n _
--- -- -- -- --- -
, ,

' Local and Personal Capt. Bob Harrison and a bevy ofgranKluMren Doings at Seabreeze OCALIANS AT SEABREEZE SHACKLEFORD BROUGHT BACK A GIRL'S LETTER.C

were in Ocala yesterday
From the East Coast Advocate: )

SeabrH'z- Mondaj Aug 5. Now Behind Prison Bars Awa.tir.g 'J/tr; .i'_'v Hit', ;r...." .-.'crrts once
key 11..1. Hm, Lttal Editor I Ii Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and Miss Louise Afp. .t",.. .'.' 'i*'.. ii *::r SRead :" 7'lrJwrg
i Harris have been making some big The "Osceola Cottage," oc.'upied Trial-Others Implicated Alsj of Interest ts A.. '' ", .
Mr. G. B. Tankersley the financial ; i Under! Arrest
by Mrs. William Anderson and fan

Mr IN in Han'.i of the Benny Slope II magnate of Coleman is a visitor toI.I.I fish catches. Uy and Mrs. Sistrunk and children I From Saturday's Daily.C. Mliat She Says:

Faro at r'?tt,,u Plant III to the cufrund > our city. I II Misses Annie Atkinson Sara and I was the scene of a good deal of gait:; E. ShacUeford the young mal

H.-Hac I II I,Margaret Anderson are becoming expert Friday night. Misses Sue and Margaret who has created quite a stir uu..-
Miss Annie : who has !
Mathews
I swimmers; and so are the Misses i Anderson and Annie Atkissoi, actions of the past month or :=.\ \\a-

Mr earl Mr Charl! J. Phillip and4Mbf I been to the Jamestown .Exposition, is i'' Ethel and Hope Robinson. I I entertained the young people on the yesterday brought to Ocala by Sbiiff ,I .

r Mi** Mary are rlf back home. beach with Ii t .
| matting I' Otis T. Green a prominent lawyer a "candy party. They baa < Gordon on a warrant issued: : i bc

/. i In Xttrth Carolina of Ocala is a guest of the Breakers very jolly time making fudge another 'i Judge Bell charging the viola',un ..: I
Mrs. Julia Palmer is in North Carolina !
II Mr. Green is accompanied by his wife delicacies and after playing I section 2523 of the statutes.
I
the of her Mrs
\Ire, W W guest daughter several games all went in a body to i I
tripling and daughter 'and sons Otis and Edward. Skackleford's bond was fixed: a:

ta .r.. .|M>ft.Unlf hr tUDitUtT ,.Ufc I Jessie Allsopp.Mr. I I'I'I The big scrub fire, Sunday after me pavillion, where they spent an'! flow, and being unable to turc.5j .

rriar? .n K-n'icky I noon, gave the cottage occupants I hour playing cards and dancing.Mrs. : sureties for that amount he was fln: n
I and Mrs. C. N. Kirkland left
quite a scare, but luckily the rainstorm i to the county jail to await trial. <
Wednesday for the Jamestown Exposition
Mr \ f fvttt. who i* Wfll known : and other points. extinguished the fire before I W. H. Powers and little son I In connection with this case:: tL-:

In rei,, c uy boor been pirctwi --\orl. I my serious damage was done to prop i, who have been at the beach for the I following parties were arrested: as ..10.i .-
I Iftf II
\\4.1.! ; erty. i past month left today for Jacksonille. i. cessories: Zip Reed, Charlie Coleman.
Mrs. Minnie Bostick. Ocala's artistin I I
-- i One of the biggest dances of the \ They were joined there by Dr i Lula McMahon Mary Murray an.i :
millinery is back from New York. I '
0 Mm Hatt bll. ai the1 > ktawana ion I where I season was given by Manager Wm i iW. Powers and left on the night trail i Kate Hasley all colored. All were :
she went to study the styles.
w H!> rat'ruin ihf Daughter of th' I Wood. in the Casino, Saturday : for tbe mountains of Xorth Carolina I placed under bond in the sum of $5"i I II

..<*f*b Mr. E. P. Rentz is enjoying a visitfrom I
'II ar..oriel,'rr rvquited to be PI'l"ai4."Dt.: jy some of the most popular ladies Shackleford will have a pr linisn-! ...... ... .
his cousin. Mr. Thomas Rentz,
!I )f that city. It was said to have been II Louis R. Chazal who has beet n I ary hearing before Judge Bell: l Satur
of Houston Georgia.
county.
Mm e W Murphy and Mr and the most enjoyable dances this sum i spending the past six weeks in Eu .fl( <.

Mr \\' .: flay. of Oak. were in the mer. 1 I rope, reached New York Wednesday; i day.Friday's Times-Union: : contained "h--!: )....!...., t
Mrs. T. H. Wicker of Coleman is
'My TIIOOI&ct&ruute to Lake Wetr The Hiawatha is one of the popular after a very splendid trip. He wil I following about the escapade Lt.t

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walters who I ....... .. .. ..
whir, rhrt will, spend a few works I cottages on the beach. Many pleasant reach Seabreeze tonight and after ;a : Shackleford and Miss Caldwell: : I
are residents of the second ward. I ..... ... .. .
social parties take place there, in brief visit to his family will retun : s. E. Shackleford .alias S. S. Eve, a : ." .

Th.' Iuk4 Dnnnelloa writes srwt t :Mr Eugene Cox has joined the II III which Mrs Frank Harris Miss Sara to Ocala. He has been absent altogether i young white mail, was placed under :

t tltra' th- Marion county tobarctefr4l' I "Ocala colony" at Seabreeze. He is Harris. Miss Louise Harris and Miss i about eight weeks. arrest at 3-15 o'clock yesterday afternoon !

>..f it hs>ka a* though Florida I I the guest of his mother Mrs. W. S.. Esther Weathers of Ocala are the I i by Detective William B. Crawford -
Rev. R. V. Atkisson and family
r. iir t duping a rival of th. fluke:> Pike. leading: spirits. The Miami is another ; on the serious charge of enticinga
: have leased "Ocean Boulevard. -
a on
.rf Bull! 1 hi rhant Tampa Tribune popular cottage where Mr. and I cottage : young girl away from home for immoral (If WANT to say j word for Peru/r.1
I and will the bead
remain at
I Mr. Allen Rodgers of good roads Mrs. George K. Robinson and their j purposes. 1 for system catarrh and trust

Mm H H Whttworth and daugh fame passed through Ocala yesterday charming daughters entertain right ; for another month. j The arrest was made on a war ran' Ottirs who read Ui's may try It and receive "
I : from ths.t I did.
the same roud it
era aisle Mar and Mm J. E. Mar i royally. ij i iYelverton sworn out before Justice L. D. How. ,
from Jacksonville his Cit
on way to j ii Mr. J. W. Crosby came up from I 4.! had: been ailing for a long time t
toll w*nt down to OrkUwaha for afw rus county. i ell by the brother of Miss Margaret ; and nothing; seeweu to u j me: any good, I
I South Florida Saturday afternoon and
vnt.'nt of the delightful -Thomas I I Caldwell of Ocala who alleges Shack although; I tried many doctors and

hatlthtt and flatting on Lake WeirJuia We regret that Mr. S. T. Sistrunk A quiet marriage occurred at the i spent Sunday with his family. Hi leford enticed his sister from her : many medicines. I had become so had

is down with an attack of bilious fe dome of the bride at McIntosh Monday left this morning for Ocala. fathers home: in Ocala to Jacksonvillefor : ; that there was no pleasure in imns.I .

.. H.tH aa* apt Saturday morn ver. We hope he will soon be at his in which Miss Ruby Estelle I immoral purposes. : was finally asked by a friend to
Mr. E. P. Rentz spent Sunday and try Peruna, which I did, with many.
kirk the time for the post again. Thomas and Mr. James Herbert Yel- Early yesterday morning the policereceived :
t.g at I" or aa I Monday with his family at this place. rau;mngs. What was my delight,
tnal of E (' krkM rd. hoae' can. verton were the contracting parties. a telegram from the sheriff after taking the first bottle to see a

her. rw-a'tni quit a deal of interest I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Finney of Coleman Only a few of the friends and relatives i, Mrs. C. C. Todd and little daughter, I at Ocala asking that Shackleford and ; great change for the better and I kepton
are in Ocala visiting Mr. and I Miss Caldwell both be arrested: and
until completely re-
of the improving
ta fhMr. c'ntlIIlUIUU I, : couple were presentImmediately Catharine arrived tonight from Oval I
j Mrs. C. H. Shaw. They are old after the ceremony held for him, but before the authorities -.
frI.,ids.Mr. I and are the guests of Mrs. Fraal got to work on the case Mit-s I ICaldwell's "/ flow feel like a new woman.It .
left for extended tour to the
they an
I S *a.atr of Korhelle paid i I
Harris. }lr. Heron Todd accompan has! done wonders for me and 1 gladly

for '1& ala HaM*.r ncr a rail Tues J. W. Crosby has returned from principal eastern cities and will taken ied them and is a guest of the Mel brother appeared at the !I recommend it to others."-Rose Hurst.
II station and at once swore out a warrant i
iI
4&.r Hhealy. .has fur many year Seabreeze, where he spent last Sun II'II'i I the Jamestown Exposition. They I Pert family at Daytona Beach. for Shackleford. I No ailing woman can fail to be interested

>*..." a 'fllI.-nt of thin county, but i will be at home to their friends after t! in the above testimonial Misj
day. He gives a good account of the It was learned in the meantime that !
s-rnit"> tarotwd to ..)('"..11.. where h.. I "Ocala colony." September 1st in Palatka. Mrs. W. D. Graham of Ocala anther I Hurst was persuaded by a friend to try
bride and have Shackleford had rented a room on : Penma, and she is now perfectly well
i. ) friends in Ocala and throughout the I Forsytb street and when Detective and feels like another woman. Such i)
,
.tA rtre Neal and their children of Micanopyare .
of Port after ;

Fred Morris Inglis
Mr.
stattwho will be interested to hear I Cahoon called at the room he and I II her story m britl.:
visit to Ocala. has gone to at Daytona Beach for a month.
a
i Miss Caldwell were both present
I of their marriage and the Ocala
l<4i:> \ Hamilton. recently where he will spend several "
Lochloosa Shackltford and Miss Caldwellwere
!
in for the i
Banner them wishing !
twtl i .tth tae mast l up-t.-daft i joins for ;Miss
t ttaprf i days with friends. i Miss Pearson Entertains II taken to police headquarters No Law Against Carrying a Shotgun
"..ta ...'"r I life.Protest I where he was locked up. Miss Caldwell -. Ocala Fla., Aug. 7, 1907
ilirb.- d< I Mr. S. W. Petteway one of our Tuesday evening Miss AHa Pearson
is a girl of about 17 years of age. ro the Editor Ocala Banner:
renege l Ilr'ue t'. fnpanstore in th.1'1" : most prosperous turpentine developers Against Change of Road I gave a domino whist party in hono rather good looking and very attrac-
statement hat is being
Owing to a :
I
.arar > -! i Hr ik a plasani I was in Ocala yesterday and was A number of the citizens of the vicinity of her friend. Miss Julia Wiley and tive in appearance. She was taken
.u..1 i *..tnthorough! !) I circulated concerning a certain law
newt -* I
H-mAl before the board of commisrsioners. Misses Tillie ant
; county of Stokes Ferry were in the I her guests were from police headquarters to the homeof
q dotn'.u..t hi* tui.lu.-r Caroline Pasteur Bessie and Mar aid to have been passed by the last:
I await of the
city Tuesday and appeared before a friend to a hearing I

-- -- I the board of county commissioners to 'I guerite Porter Lucile Standley. Jean case this morning. I egislature making it unlawful for a

Mr Ian k HOI-IHT itntv a resident 01email. Charles M. Pratt, secretary of the protest: against the change of the Teague, Eugenia Fuller. Janet Weathers According to the warrant sworn out !I person to carry a shotgun I ask youo

,. 4U.I ,. fin won tame on ihdu Standard Oil Company said that the Pelot Etta Hood, Sara Davis .
: public road leading from Ocala to the Carrie by her brother tbe girl was enticed : puul.sh: the j llo'i\'ing letter for the
Wt.i4 >M.m.' t fr un. attempted tui- intention of advancing Rhoda Liddoi
has no Jessielu Martin, >
I company terry' claiming that the change away from her home on July 3> when niornuuon of friends and customer .
i.tU. ttunta MO1 **>* KO Hit will return Fran :
the price of oil. It would make an expense to quite a few I and Mary Burford and Messrs. she came to Jacksonville to meet

huktHi hiuiwlf mm lnnibilit t I good for evil. property owners on the line that is I Harris, Jr., Mala Haughton, Charles Shackieford, or Eve. Tallahassee, Aug. 1, ISoT.

a ill t 4'' hilt wan resuscitate<< I Sam Teague. Sam Barco. Hunter Bros., Ocala. Fia.: Gentle-
Gray of the
fith not warranted by the difference in I The preliminary uearing ca&v1has
ha.. .> \A \if.' and Iwo very heautifufftdFvi I Mr. H. A. Carter who sells the cop- distance over the old route. Among Brantley Weathers, Witherspoon and! been set by Justice Howell for nen-Replving! to yours of the 30th

I.. > ft,. \tr a lave to the cup j.er stills that have made so many of those to enter protest were Messrs. I, Richard Dodge, Bob }Mathews Harry I 7:30 o'clock this morning at police ult.. I beg to advise that the bill imposing

.1.1 I wah'.,.I '" fnd all I I i r turpentine operators rich in the R. D. Stokes. A. H. Ross. William I Palmer Emmet Robinson. Alfred l headquarters. The very early hour a license for the privilege uf

-- : is in Ocala today and Meffert and John and carrying a shotgun died on the senare
coin I
glittering ( I Strickland, W. L. Brooks J. T. Thorn Beck Clarence was chosen in order to allow Miss i i

'' firs II.t t iwtruani and little non. will be here for several 'days interviewing and J. T. Ross.A I Marion Pelot. Caldwell and her brother to cach an '! :calendar, and'therefore did not bp-

J:.. \I".i.f.H.j tram Pen
1\ ..Jar.. I.\ uararaa ,> an indeflniutt I $200 Gun the guests at the door, while Mrs R. II after the hearing. I DANIEL A SIMMONS,

tt i' : hformer'* .ter. tri I Dr. A. P. Baskm of Largo was in : A. Burford served punch to everyone. Says She Was Drugged and Abducted Dltlw4t Private Secretary.
W rthem, colored, has a
t.i u" i<" t Mrs Hamard baa helc Ocala all day yesterday. He speaks Henry i Eight tables were arranged in thE' 1 It was learned through the police I HUNTER BROS.,

t-. is'rant nt .*.Metf editor on tht. ; well of the country down his way and penchant for good guns. and it was I parlor and living room and for several .. i that Miss Caldwell alleges that she I Gun and Locksmiths. Phone l': :>.
trouble several
I'rarM rJuraat f,.r a number ol I says that it is all to the good and this that got him into befortludge : hours domino whist was played, i did not come to Jacksonville of her i Ocala. Florida.

"'ar. ur bu.ttad Likewise btinil needs only irrigating plants to make jays ago. He pleaded guilty and at the end of tbe game Missei I own tree will but was kidnappedfrom
Bell Tuesday for the I !
.n ttaH-. !II ttiAKet-led with thai i the orange growers masters of the Joseph I Marguerite Porter and Rhoda Liddoi l her lather's home, That she remembered Off for the Everglades
theft of a fine gun from Mr. A. P.
hr.It..al..r. _"'0.1" Mol R.c'Ord.'II situation. I tied, and on the cut Miss Porter woe l : standing in t1e! front If! Mr. John T. Lewis, state inspectorf
i Stuckey. and was fined $200 or four I
i a beautiful gold knife. I the hoii- one ev....mas and then-'\; : > prisons was in Ocala Wednesday
war!, I Mr Mrs. W. W Chart are back months at hard labor. Owing to a I .
I K Mi*** rf FlemiagtOBt find Brick ice cream and macaroon:! thing she knew she was in Jack= mVlllf md told such a fascinating and allur-

fa >. era Tu4ar m bu i ei. H*'. : from their extended Western trip. temporary financial embarrassment I; were served by Mrs. Pearson an! i ng story of the success of draining the

eatrad Hii i. ... crossed the "rockies" visited I Worthem selected the latter mode of .
.y !
from an
rriaryit4 richness and
ban |'!!'f Mrs. Burford. J:Sverglades and the pro-

tt.t r.lalh'" tn South Carolina,, : the Yellowstone Park and went as recompense for his wayward habits. Miss! Pearson's guests; will long remember Off for Seabreeze in An Auto activeness of the soil, that he sp.'l-
San Francisco and saw a great II and is now one of the "valued employ .
"aa"t rte 11..1! a deNiafe to the recrnl'ttbnw far as the nice time they had at her :Mr ('. E. Melton ,): M:canopv, alto; .nund; a number of men who had hi:h.
vntion aim I deal and enjoyed everything they es" of the Edwards Naval Stores
C ..
Haptiat the wholetheme ,
.t for been to
: party. has r..e..llfY: bouslr T1> McEach"Tisawnn'l :: : [0 opposed
HaHN reslgBe,! hl> pi. >atuw. They say the West is a great I Company and he enthused
Intar : i a' the Meadow: ". and, weft! ot 'ri'uagt

.,tl..,. *. lWt'I'Ytan of the tnine ('raIEj country. : Baseball Today : soon become a citizen >f Marion ClI'.!!' !lem to such a pitch that they sign
...n.lllilw04 .. I Mr. I. 1t;. Boring, one of the pioneer -
ia nslw I
() Harker 'tlmpaa b. I i-d their :u'ion of going dowi
aAt j Crom promises all! who attend ty, passed through oaU yester lay
Manager
visitor I
tine Mr Mr Richard S. Hall is back from citizens of Pine, was in
m for ivantUe this afternooia his way to Sea .": zn a ::1"-r.. p and selecting: t vegetable claim a:, kd by his; Tallulah Falls, where he left Mrs I iXald Vfsterda He has been mar- ; the ball game lion
UIPp&D. : n with he soil of tea:
lets t a wa the Williston tean 1. Cadillac and will be accompany] ater on may ;
As
Hall and children and Miss: Mattie I rit-ii ferny years: and has grown UpI good game.
mgt, her Mr. J M Mtarcwt I and everybody from Ocala! by )lr. f'arence )ldfp". '''gion and o i.' me r-
be "cracker-jack
I said
Williams who will spend the balance fart::e family and says that this is is: to a
I knows that the Ocala tean 1. As the crow fl'.p;. Seabreeze is nearly .unsung M.: l.-\ .s' lis'"i-r- were c'u'L. :
this delightful that he has been left
at the tirsummer
(7rmet r of the summer i
at
| trrla i" W a ittfnif ; directly east of Ocala. and is not P. Mi: :-- '1". W C ;Affords axMajor -: !
be
will something -
170 ilr Buford Leuft. 'pla't The scenery at the falls is the ennrelyalone. He thought it wouldbe : is one. there certainly .
Fa "11 \11..1 mlrS I:1athy These g-n-:
n than
but little more sixty-fivp \:
-- and in the United! nice-he would take a season of doing when the umpire says .
._ tta'ter of ceremonies most picturesque :.. "r-'anize a party and la'jo "
nh :
art do not men ma.
These
will be men expect 0 ;
j ball. The admission young
seetnt that eva States and the air is pur. ci ol and jI rest and quiet. But it proved entirelytoo "play
t1''It' u-ut** apinr m and the ladies will be admitted : many hours in making the trip. down on a tour of inspection. M-
25 cents
Otbly and sathr invigorating The hotels are crowded -! quiet. So yesterday he concludedthat i
ttP will be reservI
rrtthiri4 trrtri Lewis i.ai: the lands
it will with Florida people and life thereis life was too short to live so altogether -. to the grandstand free of
that I
t.ta. ruler 111.1 that mrau Gun Club!; Shoot for -h,: benefit of all the people, an t
: Let's give the boys a rousing
charge.
pk-nlo bring in the language of President alone, so he packed together
A"i Its air There attendance and show them that The following is the score of the. hat: no man can purchase more *Jrii
Mcetaer and Cleveland i 'swet-t song'1Mr II his things and went in search for the : good
,1 a:\ fire n..tabh.lfttuOd I other part of the family and said to we appreciate their efforts to give us shoot which took place at the race : home and a vegetable tract.
feelf ;
and good I
.f'.frJl.I't e. ,..>d cheer afternoon under the
track yesterday
the
John T. Lewis went down to! the home that it could take care of something to amuse us during I
'v 8IVipeaking
rap a. 1 .. aN tad that tB auspices of the Ocala Gun Club, out In the City of Paris
days.
yesterday to inspect the I itself for a while. long summer
and eating Floral City
-
D. G. Edwards of this ci! r
*-r.1 5') I Mrs.
tart>lit Manager Crom has several other of a possible :
section of the state.
his PUt...r OIl tbr >ro" prisons in that md her daughter, Mrs. R. D. S'rn4-
"II. tM4 'tpc a Laurels on tap for the near future, 1 A. T. Swartz. 36: H. Leavengood
y Mr Lewis is constantly having thosewhi John Robsrtssn Winning games
rwla 31 J. Camp, 28 George MacKay. 43;; fellow, of Jacksonville are making a
to ;
have the prisoners directly inv Ocala has a citizen to whom we which will be announced later. ;
; : W. Carmichael, 9: C. Camp 40: A. C I tonr of Europe, and this week aye
.. !left We removed. He will not tolerate want to call attention and aid in fix-
.. M Hubbard irge seeing the sights of Paris, the capiral
V.t..ri..I. Williams. 36 L. J. Knight 43: M. Ti'son
i Endorsed the County ;
of convicts and him the admiring of by ;
gaze
treatment
wait:.. the brutal ing upon '
a....tw, f-.r PrHeott. Ariaoaa, i Florida.He "The most popular remedy in Otse- 31: W. P. Edwards 26: E. E.! irhich. under Napoleon became too
to recognizethis throughout
rUi b. rill!l make hU future home. wants all prison camps I his countrymen : go county and the best friend of my Robinson !6; Curverbouse 12; B. S. ; most beautiful in Europe and has ev< r
fact and save him the necessity I II has the right kind of a heart, ; Dietz. editor
M.
Wm. !
of Marion coun- family. writes for
,_ haw !tre-n a ciim Hall, 12 Haite 25: Ed Carmichael,, since maintained Us reputation
.. r. an I wan the I I and embarrassment of discharging i which is in itself a great asset and 'and pnblisenr of the Otseso Journal i ; These ladies!
at
bf J- I city and magnificence.
for a nun ; t!. ;
,
the of Gilbertsville X. Y.. "is Dr. King'sNew
i 1 His whole soul is in the work what's more he has courage
'OI1f. them. r ,
,-f r 1.- of the Brown*!! party
rtstinatAat I be ire! members
% turrt Discovery. It has proved to !
when this is the case his efforts his convictions and is not afraid to '
ores VI '..ra.. of thit \ .' t Thin paper and an infallible cure for coughs and Mrs. L. L. Meggs and family, formerly principally made up of Alabamans;

hiss that he witt And aa many I are obliged to be successful. do what his bead and heart both tell colds, making short work of the : of this county, now of Jacksonville .. and conducted and chaperoned by
I i him is the right thing to do even of them. We always keep a
worst
leaver I of Tuscaloosa
ho.* U .e i ?rot and :Mrs. Brownell
'1t.1.. new I spending the season a!
Made also Ii i i 1ITom Hall, who still retains though it has not been the C113tODL- bottle in the house. I believe'it to be are
nid as r? hint him W* hoot I interests in DemocratItr. \ the most valuable prescription known |; Tallnlab Falls and are guests at the Ala, and every city ol Importance

that tfc -' 'Mil a-migtm of that (! friends and property Live Oak :for Lung and Throat diseases. Guaranteed -t Cliff Home which Is nm by Florid*L to Europe ia down on the itinerary

oral. Ocala was a visitor Wednesday. His taker I have enjoyed -
1dacDJ to never disappoint the membErs cl the party
... The
..! a'Tq t
1 1 people, and has a gay company agneats. ;
pate pteaesd to see tin lookIng E. P. Taagard ia in Jac&scnon i & Co. Price 50e and $L
te. i,."Iii a good. friends were I by Tydtogs t It immensely.
I' \ soreD.. on a business trip. Trial bottle free x
,
r1pf' oM alp



i ,._, .. '
... "
lf'F ,..3..' ,!trrF. .

'- ..,...;,;.'"O .'.....- ,. '. c-----,.; -..,s, .;;.
-- ,. -. -,<.,-.- ,._ ". "' '

'!:;" ". --
--
o
-- -



-
--




t "' T T"o! "' :=P -: D-ELE; ::5 Cr' Cv =- C Vii ?_::--: ;. .t. :. :;.:._ :- \_ ,7' is..: .: :::-:..: ,. 9 O O OO 9 O O OO

1. J i5r.JV -.
n
"Vt-r. ."
.. : : ._">t; : ::: '7. : 9

-- .. X- P--:- : .... : :..:.::. }.' :.c:; :.: :. ': .. ..1 .';,-.,; :; :: <,-:: .-. ,': :':: .0 $ The effect of Scot 'J Emulsion on thin,
-=: ; ioJo.:.: :: :,:. -- :.:.w : "-7
; r ; : e :$ ".:::::s::.: :;i. tr)
l JK 5. ::' : .a:: ; is magical
'?:.;" :,Q: l.:. :-:' : :::. \ ;:. ;:.::-: 4> pale children
.. 'M- ; :' : :!. : : i ic. .. :- -sVVV :
i ,u. e ; : : : : t.I tli.st. ... -A ::. ;:. ,; : -- active happy.
-
*
7".i =- ; __ :: : = : .0 .. makes them plump, rosy, ,
:Tar Li: : :- .- ; :: ,-.. : .: .: "' It
'
.. (a
-
ro.7 ;
::.:. 7.:.:: f..:..", .r:: ::..::.. _: : =.. ;-:,:- .. - '- ..::.:... : ::' i. :: ;$,.:-:"' Coda Liver Oil Hypophosphites
-. -. "' .- It contains (a
,
< ;
-- -" -- ; ..: :::::: :
:: :;
and bone
1 :' ;c. :' :.' :-:::.-: : make fat blood \
._-:,':. .: : ;:. : :.: .:c. :-: :: i'Y : .... -. 't,' : .:..- an- Glycerine, to ,
-i :: :; -
..
: : : ..': : ;, '.l-- : '' : ; ; : = "'.-. .. ,-. (I that it is easily digested vuiA
':' > '" =-.4- sc'pst together
-
,, ', ii f.. J.": L: :':.. -?-:: r ::: '. WlSrby '

.. 9 little folk. :

:..:. :; :-.1.- : :. : ::: r: z wy .::: .. : .uFE s.. RC\\ tl I.OOCTE3 i .1.1y
: i: ...:..:; ::::,:; ,,' : :.. :'-:- if *" *_.i.. JvCts i STS: ; 50c.: : AND
..:. :.: :-r:: -:: .: : : ;-:: .... '
,-: :,_, ::"!"' ,,: :.:- :z- ; r '
i r. -.:- --':. :::.: .. 99 ,
: : : .V. .i. ." .: ; ;:::'i : : ; : 9 ?*
-
-::"':::. .;, l ;<:.: ':" :; .
:: :: r '''.. .::. ::.:.. ';'.:" ':: ...
.. :.J.:.] -::.:' --i- ': :::: = : :'.:":- :...a :-. ; :+ .= 3-- --

:..,..!" -- ; :.. .
,- -- v":' : :c.: X- :::- ;: '." i.
:: .:: :.:;*: J "t y.:: COMMENTS .\ :. .fJ'G' fi
!. ASD
--: \ .
.. -, a; :irrsr: :-:r.vX azci :; -. ,-. .
:"i::: :,: : -:::- : :.i'IL: :.;." J'j'1 : : ; 1' IV"i.
..:. =.: =- :: :;"' -=- :,,:.: -
_-: :r. : ;..1-- : : :. n c :: :: :.;". :: : :: : : ;; >-(':. :_.r:;; a .n ,',n'.j", 'a t3i ar.. :.{J' :-:, .. ..&
C. ::.-:. = :. ;- i:::.; :.::.::; :- :: :.", .: :_ =
:"- .: ;.L-;:' :. .1-:::. fjrL: J4: sar : :..: -: .:>::: KJ'f- : : :"" r __ :a' 'he work of Maria: is.. : ... '.-:'
"l'__ :. : : _." ""': ::. =-""'" :::T..L ': '':-': -. ,-," : -a.- : T''o w. m..n
0
::..:.. .; :.:-:- -.u :..:::"-: :';I. ::. :7- ::: -::.: =-.:. :c=.;:;..> : : :'7::" ...' i -- :-, -- 1:Wiled Da .....\'.-N a .... .". '.. ."' .

T ::: 17t: >!' .M :.:.L ::: :L ,,' =- Y ';: ta ;r >:'Ce-nly beknw'.h ,. .
:; t r- '1- : :::. :- : : J>- .,,. :' ;c M.-er;*? Vi =: .' ::- r., i..'".'a" .Z- aLr.'i. '.aj.-- '. s S"if-
-..: s t-
: : F : ;
-- :.,..:,:c:_ :.: :!..:!: "" 23CET -: "' :,z3 :5. 2. 1--... :::-::. F-: : :,.,-..--.-:-:--,.-;. -: ;) it'Ji.J. I:>='(;tir-; "::. i'DnJl.- It :-: a:::. :. .:W.-< ; '

;:: = -; :: .: = ; ; sril; i! .
: :E:''S' :5 VV:+ :: :-.s: ------ .. m. .. .
"' :1.;' L:' '': : ----- nw r.-fcaptfcr *: .:...., r-,.

: .... :! :.-: :: ; :.u r." f :-:-:::: 1"i;"": :1 :.:: >_ z.: : .. E. a-oo&e is lisTeEin? toof tits ; tWtHtJJ tu one h-r. .
_.,, ssz.....s
.
:
-
: '
_. : ; S :: .-. .,, ",::= ,,!:- !
," --V--: 1 :::f-- ::! ::: ; : : ( bee and
_,, :: tie fis nsaioriai I
; : = ; ; : :::.i.: !! -
-
.:. :. -';.- :. ..:. ::..:-:_>::.:- ; :':. ':."C .::. : .>;. T : .: ::-t "::. :- i :.V.am!: S. Taylor: las ':00(' :.'-: R.
: i:1io -.:- -.:.. 4 S'.l.:. :.i-:: F caansed by tie bee's !swfrt
:. : :.. .:,f. -: 'i" _''':' :": _- :::rirr: .;::.-:i Fl ." --. a eery ; F. FrasKlin's! !Jft<-r (,( mi'ir.: :-
i oruo
cut upon
.
can
_. -- _. -. T ", -- ._ -- : =: ;:: vie- EZ.-.XI: ::: 1'43His sc .ixn .=ga 2c .
-
or.r :.: ::- : :" -_ __ :t g:.: :..:.::::::.: ssaslsEoas rote of the "old vet arrest provided! te NJ ";; K-n-
-- .-. 'L: ..-n.::':' ::'-. ::::: 5 :: :-- ;; !.S vz: Si. Az t i.ir iz: If4 i iIV ar
', ., ..o.:. : tucky TO testify in 'heTaylor Poor.-rvial. '
: zl.:-" = : ::: : = :::i: : ] .
.
: ..: '':'.: :.: : V4': :=."c- .... : : : := ::-:!:.T"" =::". :::s.. :.: *=.4:":> :::. : 1
:..,.T -;.-. -:. .,,, 'ir_ ;,,: :-=: !. ; said his t-s-imony T.-,:.1 he
r. :- ,,..:.: "'Y'=: r.J ;": : : :.-.:-_ .:...L.ii : : 'fL.: .: >V c.: "'" -e- ::>i.: ;

=; .:. : : .,,:,'. :;:' .:: S: --r -,1rLL ""' '' :Meziodists; a3Latuz'a in'j ; ,of 'a c-sarve natirenly:: and of no .,
v i'+ ( ;' L4 ', :" b 1ti t:. ::.:..y ; :":. ; : : =:n--. .. :: :" :.::: = : A Mr 3r: ; ie Las bees, :czf -* : i

.... = --L: : :. c: :=: ::-:- -.7' : value to the defense. Ex-f.v-rnor) -
S3' :.:. : : _._ i, _- -.. .*; : L:. : Hit -=+ E_ = -':-:-- ?":':;;:= ,:- ::: ::.:.: :-' _:'.3 are bare ieeiared war againstivirr

::: ... -. .7.L:. -.7 :: : } thltks that dserrti: .
: : ; : Taylor c ;- the
J :. ;-:. _.:- ::- -' ..:.-: 1..:. ...;" :.; : :.,. :cc :..: :::.- :.-=:; .: -'iL.-L: : ::::. :':.:.-s. : : 3S :i*. ssbject of baptism.z .

.. :. ::..,..:.:.... .:L: L- ..: :.::o_ : ,.s.X -a-- better part of valor.
... ,-. ffV '' ."*" "-*, ._ ;. S T':. 1" :: : ::
.
io -: :::.r :: i -; -= .. y : : :_s: : : bad :idea to discusstrsca ::
7'a.
i
-. .. . :
< :;: ,: :'::_' : ::. :.cF..L :-= =:::."' :: -
_:: ; -": :{ -:.::=..: :.:L: -- i: 1: : :: :..-s. .::: .: : s ": :-- wtLa. : ; ; time andiklirg
=:::. .: :.:-= :. _;..-:: : .: ".L :: =- Z--: --' is zi$ suicaier Dr. Andrew Sled presides-: :he
:: : Mr T :.;,: :r-:: :: :. . ::;, s ; :=.+-,,- :: :'::-c :::: ;:" ;:.)G:. ,...... *.
'Tis'r;
.:. _. --' = '" -_' _-_ _- _-- _- _'1: '.' -: : in vse cm University of the: Sae: : of Florida.;
:
-
: ., ... :' -' :" --=:. : v-: _: -: :.::...: p :".:'-.::::-:=- :::. :.: ? .;: :::-:; ::: :. : i:,:

.:. :- :.::' ;:- ::,:" --- left yesterday for Oca a. where
:
-4 -L: .. --"T, "" :" :: _':' : '---f :.:- ::" ,.: :: .:::E i.:::f : ;,: =.:.:: ._ 1:: .:: .:f. at :he cannot Etp- : oar

:: ,, So:' : ti: :. : : s2 = =: ... ?. :rs.; *r says h? will fill an appointment a: the
.. .. T. -. f : : -.::: n.-3 6 ': :-
uvz
= = : : :: : : =-" :': -- ==--- :" > r ,- tie presidency. B<:: he
Tar for :
=;' ::.r-: :.:: "- : :: T_:':"'= ; : Methodist ehnrch. Dr Slt-M
_:. :: P r'.2..:.-:": ::::--: -". ..: ..:.:= T:*' ::=.& *-.: .: li lr" T when the tine is not
:.: -: :--: = = = -:: .:.. ::..: -: ii" ._ il vie =a::::.e fine :
:; : gentieitan but
J :...a :. ...:... : -. 1-: ,-T c .-ifttr only a a good
::_';':" :-: y :::-:: :. x.-s L .. : ::':'_ : :: """ :: '",'m 1: Forager
:-:,:.:-.. : ;- :: :::..:: T.:: :--.: =.- for TC =1t1p and it without
: : = = :. ; ; -- : :..,-:':= '",, : ':" 5-':' : =:; : ':'':':'; ':':'';-_Sir: : his bread is batIf preacher goes ang::
=:-: .:: l-' =--c.= :-- ::;:: ..a-.l-=..= = ;! ::'-s-5 iich side
"
}fetllor..isot
_. that the Ocala: aadotaers
., : f' ?- :* .:....:, -- -. ------ .. -:-!."' : -::'

.-. :-:- = -...:-=- .r.-_ :..:. : .
:; ;:: := : : "
who will::: h
: .t.1 : v '. : : :,:.::: : :::-:..- > : : : : :..:::g.: ::'':-:'-: :: :;: ::: : '::: :==-: re are present ':':ar a

_:.; :. T: s:. .:..c-: ram: -: -, 7- :-: :!:":. '- >. :. :.::'- :. ;..:,=-- :.:-: .: :.....::, Her.S.. SparknaE should be Sue sermon.-Gainesville: 5-:ill.

E -- 1--' :-:.:.: .;: :: .:. ::.:.: : .: =l: :.:- :.:::-
-or : -- :.--- -- ;.:..:::..: : :!::$.-:- :.-:' ; -:: ':''=:;: -e:.: :.: \ -a-!:". :. : = tie Frited Blazes seaate.icw .

: . .. : ?:...:.:-= :: :: _:='l: :.:. :..:: :.- -,,:-:- ::: ..... ,el- ?=d to .:
,
: .. ----- -". -- -. "".- ,-. ..=- : .Ae ::.:=: 1.::;':: :.::.:.-:::- :.::,- 1 woald it io :,) choose as Ocala HAD AN AWFUL TIME
.
.. : :. -; :- a..L7 : :
:.r' :t :.& .. -- ,: :, __ ; __ ...:. ::' ..0-' ;:.:.: :;::-:cs. ;: :: :.::.... a.::.': ::- s : t.- .-:-:-:''::' .: : .s.: his in the house ofrerrrsecurives -
: 2 2. to taie place
;
':' ..:. ;* 3 -- -- vi ; ; :.:=..--'; ::.-= : ::. :- -=- :=' f:',: s.S E : pec :: -: vi-? :.: 1::.: :.'): : 4 ? Isst :here aa able 'But Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera: and
!
:::::.: =.,:.: : ._ :: : ei -E.: :J.--: :.: Diarrhoea Remedy Cured H 'm
.. .. '.. r r ..
: -- : ;: :: : :: the of Aai -
.. i- ', .. _-:. ::. = :.=:I: : ;::. ::.::-;; ;---C': :.:,: :;,):!- :-- .feaoerat; i Ocala cy name ''Ii: is with pea=ure that I r.you
F- :. :.:-. :: ;:tL: ::::' : -::", ci-iiis.:: :*: ::: arr tsrvfi Gcria Herald.i .
.: : : :..:.. .:' .::::.:: : ::Tl. =rscsmia this unsolicited testimoniaL About
-i2 f :., : S-: : : ::"x : ::' =- : : .... ayear
... .. ,. : .: ::
'- : : : r: : :- =:: :: : =- __':' .: .: -:-: : a :: c.c T':: : :
,, ., f-- =: T : a?a when I had a severe case
: : : :: : = ::
.
r. : : ;: -
1 :. ::.::: ''':'' f _h :': :' ;: :._ :;": .2 '-=-= _:..:: : :!.a.:: it -il!. .b;n X C. Si.xkon 'of measles I got caught out :in a hard
:: : :. : :- =.:-L: : '"l.- : : : =
a. : .. ; :; .
-.: -- -: : :. ; :..: : ''0'' : :.L- :.:: -e-: : : ; : -' '; caaii-iate rain, and hte measles se'tlec :n my
c : cir tsue':: ..::: :.:.: '-=-7>: stomach and bowels. I had tl1
:. ': :: ;. {;I! 0:" : : ,: I an a
-- '' ''
.. 1 :. ,!:: -, .- .''':'':' '' i.:..: '.:. f".-== =:. .. S :::; .::: .. -... fir: i'oi'r-nior ie will creak uo aiore tvap time. and bad it not been for the 11SE-
-. :::;
,,. - ; rc-i iealb.e re :i... car-is are at; t! ,of Chaaiberiain's Colic. Cholera and
i uio = :: i .. ,
.:. -- re. :=: : .-: : ::: eV:-a'" pas Jr J'r =; .
,
Diarrhoea
I could
of hundred| Remedy have
.. .rTiaslacked.. We kzoir n ::
-
'
.. .. -; ::-: .. :-? -"."" :. ,Ky ,
: -'::: :." _.: :..'- ::'-:: .:.--=-. :. '- -- ::...=.:: ;.:: ; ":'!d iiEivir'Las .;:q: k .>- possibly! lived but a few hours lontr.
'''-. :-f = Ti; Tbcct'Ti a avast; Ilia oa a :
.
r r"r* : : ", = "..:... : ":- a.t '::>:V_ % : reEf ',: :.g ar' but thanks to this remedy: I as now
.. : :-:;=:_: : .Eca :OIl who would ioya.yRa.
.. strong and well. I :hare! written the
.'. '" r'c :
::: : : ?: :l.et.a : -
-
t
.:' -- ,: t::7 ivjs ir tais.-Fkridian.O j :above through simpe eratiruie: : and
& : : : : ..
-- v :.-:: .::.--::':: = __ :! :: T ja--i! :3 :a. f-'jr
shall: always wcri for
speak a good
,
: _
t i C : "ro:
:: : :_C E ""ctt is cScal this "PIled't'--SaID H. GwCon
T--.. iz Oeala per: an
fci > -i.- _- :=::' . ; :
-" -" '. .'-- -=-- &ees :si ::: : e eSctivereneey cord, Ga. For sale by all druggists: x
Bhlctiv z.ost
t -- -1 ? trews a :
: !.. ,' : :..,. if iis .r'.A' aad
: :: : :::: : ; essee. rj :aTill -
for piirxg the horse beater

--- '.':. : =' ;' __: : ....T !1 ::;.::- ::; :;::': :j..;:...., a=...1 ='.: :Z-tSS Deep Gloom in Atlanta.
,ird ?! : pjansher:: where ::e cannot

; .- :...- -..:.;: :::: ---4 : ..: : : :!"..a i Moiled: goom sits :moodL'_' :i ::e
. -- ,!) firtaer tans. His esazpie oujhtj
V'
-1 : .
.: : .
.... .
-- ::: :. : :.:k -:. : : -.- ; ;;
; bar of
-- r)(irs Atlanta- :
::: ; Inspire oficais ::r other :o-:: :.s to ratrci. : :;
.
: .:"," '!.. it. :: : .:. ::::::= = : 3SSii-:<::1"3- a1
.1 i } ..: ::. ...., S.IVlrl aLsie las :pgyg' f' H;.t ::: the crime. 'ljrle--r: a'.ike: are b :e. Indigo :. --. :
.
-
.... .._-_=H ', _-. = : :;:-c:;::. 3E viepclrcal 'li
: t .. : ::.; .. -1t. Anz ti2.e Eetc rc.Tra ::f ra> robin's egg tic: that :::.::.;
'. : :: :*- : .-=-:.:. : : a'"; T' ""' 1<. -
-- :.; .. . .- a L : g:,,::_ :ke the colors: of the"i=rE
.. ..
.
-
-
,. ., = : := ::l'r; -S: 2a lie
- '
: Ocala girl who ea.:=o= ::r.ae: cr thr: iLystie raiabcw, be' tie: .<. -1 2.s --
,,'. -' : .: :": :-: ,! We' Daiy.Y.:1:
\ *: :'t'e.d; : ;1l Q.1.a! : 3j0::: i!: :.. ::;t:1i 1:=own-: -::;*-tt.:>. r?:?3:
.. :
.
: ,:
.
-:. : : z = : :-: : :
10 ;j ::i s I" JE'S rcc-ns ir: a Ja-cksOEville Frjlsioon: -AtlaitsTh J':: 3:
r T'. : V ::: :0-.' :_ .-:. :: X SC THH GREAT CLAUOCVIAK ,
%" :-:-: L'r valent totirs ; t-LG-
: '..= _= :' :: :S. -;' :' =-T-:: weaL: .
r ;' :--, :: _::a,: ::'.."j-'J::.. :.; 6 F sh tpaishzg s'ernl: : i-3w'

", _. V .. 'i.: : :-: t"::::::.: :. ; :
t .-.' 1::. :- :.:::: :; o.i.e SiC:: ; up a: plan ;or ("OC.:trh"n;
.:. _- -' T, .. : : : >,,,, ',, -, ::'<:: : :cE -a.-J: ",, :;:: .-_:::: .
t ;, -- : as Laira J,.,as UI-T.. Mary :Mc- '*'ivi France to obtain: r:i-arat.L fjr
j FVE' -.- .- 7" ; "' :.:. ;_ : '' .3 Ei::. !,,: : :. 'f _-

i : .. .. '. ... .. ; :...1S -2Zarii: BET: : M. ':a:;.-TinpaA ':' ::,:.. :-" :,.. ::1 ra Blaica.: :: As a
-
I t'i "'
.
.. :: : : :':: ;: ( : ; ::. ""x i. ; :'Ja.: ;
.. .. : : j E:T : 7gi :Sf'T ':::-;;' ,, -' : a- .;: -: ;\'.:: ::..: ::. '''' ,'-t'
I t ..' =:-, :": :.: .'.<: :2..g ::: -: : -':-: ::: : ::=::: A.;:.
( t.&J -. _" vat: ti4M .V aT V- : ::: :- :-- ;- '- : :\: : __l" '.
,, : ,..:: ::. ::: or.-::: ::':II. l:' :::.
'"" > j..rr lar rvtfc;:' 'ec at thisfSi'e cf-
-
-- .
"' 0.J _' ..:"' : ., .. : ..... ..:
= 'C' : -u-: :: :? :;; :1J ::,;,-, J
.- i. :: 'o'a..- : 3f Te ("tn-_ far viw r. -
J -7: ':.1.21.: .- _.,. :7 af '
..: -, -' rrrcrvc 5 Carsc :. S':< i ar: -
t $ ., nrzi "j:; Besesner. Ala., of
oittrycsr >
",:. :.. : 5-': gr':\ 'flg; wcs a :e %:itra iasarsS. .
f' 's.. ,, 1. .
: 11 l yw. -: ::0S aHegiernradcc
C ILU
1 :.A: z ALMO T TA
l vr.t: : : '::'':'': -: t. 'r% eciicr: 'Jf tie Bes&enier reel::
.- ii-r K-?!:.-. _- 7 :.: : :=:.a : :. ::.: :=- -
t t41 :. .'Y .::: :. (K: a* scsDfc iscaey. Ti* rcitor: *s-

,::' ':b-: : : : -" :: :.: = ';;:" : :...c.ay : R"T: :"" t 7, Tt Ja'L ''.':':Euf '- a Tthat
{ : .> 12* aoicoat cSerec::: is a::

l ItT : :...- : e',, .':" =- .:: ;. .:..::. "':' :..:.g tCS Tij> ; -; : ; .% afrT iCT-r 7T ASS ci.: :1k' f'2::. afar since &;:-e "'went A SOREFrom O [

r.::::'*L a_.u ati 4 e<.?L':::; ..1n.a.; cQ
''t'.t .-;:- -:; :-:..:..- ';; .-". :. : :rx =--: -.--=i ;.:,: ... .'. r g P P.':

.... f 1. : ..: _.... '.,. '-'",,--:I .:; :: = a ngi: ts tse -t. ;:.-.:
'
-r < :":; :. ;.: = =- ;.4::....: .:-= > ,
-
"':
t:1: : f. : : 5 ri-ei a prr tS5 'i k a.::!'
: oe : --a r F i Walpole. die 2ct--i :
r'.ectr'
:--_, .:.)::::. .... ,- : .. :::.a.: ::
:
; : :) :: : -:: ;':: '. Toi" F.i:, W": -:
t : .'.;3 :. .. :-:' i :. : ; !'<> >::? .' '.. : !:-c:.:.:.-r of the, Manatee Recorl !has Skin Disease from Birth: Until:

'.: I _'t'!< i.. : :" -!:>e: :. .,.". Y' j._190 :. : :>2.>i_ Tti- :rrii. .. :::' :::.: aziccr: vs saTt::: ':::er :::i via: lixiv.3ii3 asagii':: an ,=j Jerxm! : residescer Six Years Old? Fath

'_ '.-.. _. .' ,,' :. 4 -. w., :2T e sssrwn ;iv. voio fx @r Spent
: ; t'( :- : ). : : ;; : =geL .-- .:; : J: lus awe town. Ties :'s; grattiyiu

... -- .:.,a'-- :..Y taiad: asoct: ;; ? Fortune on Her Without Beneiit0id
TSTTjEiie
:':' (-t ..: a : : : = : : : zay _. .. ,, ; : 7 -:- .t":1" :..:: :.: ;.:.. : : .-:: rr 5C% three tilings: via: he is
rlrrZ:: : :i. S-3fi esisri : : : !:j "''':!I'' Doctor

.: -- -" 'J.:::. 1i- -: tl-: -;- ::. :::.. 't ,, ;isjGvii-f i ? erve '.. )j .. ,. rn ::: ; 1'} .gr: har1 r-,"!' t
: a' :. 1 _, j a* faiva :n the SGli dT avid f--.1 curs which Cured-Her
t : --= : e ; : :. ii' :::;- :.- : ture of in Twos
: ; .
\ :... ; :: :. : T ,
"' : :.. --.. :,... ils :I'lIf1 sM ;!lat ie
: : : .. Isaresc
: : -- ::: : ;"' )Q" = ':' -< expects to MOr t
.
r. ( .., '.:tt" .. ..;. .. :: -'d.- :a::: -.;" "! ;!;.L ::.a; Leaving
-- ... .' ::tx .- : :" 'jf Trs-f.-oiB. asaasioii.
=- :: :: ; .'_ : : .. : -FsmtaH
"': .
( &' .' ... : ; Cla.'ice :: \\= .
> :': ; : > : :fo-: : I
'. ... .. r ;-.i'Ma. Cra ,
: ;' : :t.r' ;, : -::" .' .,.
.
., ..: ),: : :t .2.L'T
.
5 -T-'.".' ; ... .
.: =: :.:.'" :.:.-= .. : ; .=. '" SKIN SOFT Sn BABY'SAND
1 :. TAJNi'.r : ;'K'. :.- :--::-:<<:. ::'::'1 :. : a.1'i ; -"B* ?.
". : ;:' :: '. ':' :: ;:. ......; rSis; *: WS! ,,. il ay--.., the Kc7 -
:: r'i -:- 4 : ',; j;711 A .1. 'j.Y. : sal .t"...2:;: ... t : : .:1 ''- WITHOUT A SCAR
.
0 ;,- ---. ::- : .. .T a -: --'. =- -. ,<. pIarvacE; :;JQf:. :.= dea-i. He,2i2is
:': ; -?. ;,: a: "cm'"j
: .L i :::.:: ::. .- :' to sass sTti-: a "Dixie ". Hera .
:;,-, ;;, ;
'it".g 'JZf &: :l{.: I'
"
'.. -: ; :' '' -- : .;: .:. :.:.- '. -: .; ,. : ...:<- _:t.:. : ;:: : ::: :-:- :- ti* asri:: or of !fs-E'? arng.; I have a cousin in Rr kVghT: ;>..
I <: :.: ,:-:. ..' y: .,rq-;-.a..:,, -- .: ::. rT. J ::' F"? ;;.;'': who had '
-'. .':' : :-: :.. _.: _.:. : ::- ". .' 'i: ', __ ::. _-= ?: .. Ti* fJid; L<>? Cabin.: :' Nora O'Xe::. once a dtis OBe** :!\.';:. ie k
-.
.. : :. '" :, r. .);, ::. :: ;( :.. a.:. birth until she
.
-A 1 i i 1-V-iii T;::; .. .. .. "N'.tocr's: Da ':. tea; six veOi: .> If
': -= ". ".;. : :. ::" E_ --: -::. : ---2:.: ace Easy more Her ia ge.
a ';,.' -..: .i :f. .. ., '' hii: nvSHZi.: r to-ic's: ** vvr ;her had spent a fVn .gee on :tr
.a. : .
iifrrjE.
.
i ; ::
. :
r :: : i. : :: '" .Lt .. .- "ISA to vti&e :hac a popular; to get her '
CU
-- :nesivraVt.j .: .., 'ri and npt e 01 the tn. t.mentsdid .
.. .. :; : .: : :'f ti*. :
: .- -. .. : : ::3.,. .O! :. : -=-J 7 allv: er vc*: '"O'latrr Ke wrote Iteranyg- ,etd titi Dr C-
. .... r vf *i:* j r .; ..i'rrviz .V
r.ii-
; -
"" .'.. ..' ... ... :-r vie :I' Tfc, suggested that lie tr the
;'- : .o;: -- .. '. afarriv: :"z a:. : vhe, love of > Cur jcura Rt:1.: :
:... : :.:..- ::.:: -*!* '-.. 7-a' ti.1 eoies which be did
.. .
4 : : :: .. ;:..,.:. -- "' :-: .=--. -: =-: :- -::': ':. : "' ; :. : -= '.:: ::-: :. ,-': :'. -'='? : a'i :a-t- ; :. r} .z.eE':; naraced Wbtn he c< 'n-

4 ., Vk ,:.- ,. : _. '.: .;. to use it t he child WaS air.*: .:1 a
; ; : : :: : :': -"" .:..:.-: .: o :-:=--= -:: :.-::. z -f.-- '; solid scab He had .
., ; "rail =vii.r.? a id it at .:t '.\ ,o
; I : ',,- .: :. ...- .- ... IDQL:
'- .. : _: :- ,, as any the child n vs well; I :
\
_- asor
..? .& .
.::' = ..- .. '32:: ". ; _:-: .. ; : -- = .. ,..- -:- Mr. He._.ry '!.."a"-er oii has aceep'ed there when they comaeawd to a* \

.'.r '.. __ 3.::. :: .:.c .. ,1. "::,.r-a.oc; 'j'-irllTer aa adcreis: :;: on and Cut'I.ni, Remedks 1 aved tha: ;eri

-- ._. <0-= -:-:' <: ',..;" aec rett1rne\i home and ,
.
save. :
; 0
; .. 'ypfrtjtziay of
-- -- .. lae Blvesrass: fair wttib '
: Ld
tbt>
-- :...- :.. :;: '''._ : ; nq.m h..ck .
':r.r .,,: .. ::' ''' : :d ;a'
rV :::i; :. :- : : '- -.=-_ .' : : ': .:..rx.:' :'..!:.. MiJr.dAy. -i rh them
s. : : :: .f--:; : : :--- : .- :. --i:. : :oa.: .. : z' .: '. ;' ; '. A'l'f t ::. I two weeks }Kn ivr aac ti ::...1

: : : :';;; :. :. ,:.-:-:::. :._-:;.. -,". ::: .': :, .:-: .. VV -' :":' .. .. V. V Jots AJoiasC'H: : tf 3Iiixe=oiaa west hocne I coud hazily .ik\ e :-x

.. -- .. .- -- ,,:. : : :.:. :; : -_:. :: :io &* !. l2Ttte-l: to =peak. GOT- was the suae eaJd Her sLn ..< ss

\ ', .\ .. -- 'iaOfi is C nit a a boaby's yvrk),! i SC':1r mi st 1
:: :':' -=": - -. .. _-. .-- % Wa'terson's: ":a-Ii ha.elot See
-- :' n ::: ,
,'III V : .i.. : ': Z3.," 0 r __ : :-: : .. = -- .*" rr tielesiocratic aomiaa'ioor : : I }ire br.1..i. :!tCl ht'r rtrCStrsye 1d the.t.. : 4

." '.' .: : c !:. ... -.. -'. '. 'J! :: ;2' '':' : r'-:,: I besro :n,m her .;:.
: : : !iQ: 01,4- ....::.."" '" ... = "-5 i_ =? ir z:.::ff. 'r o: tie rratee and it Say a* safely: sbe w ..t-li 1 .,-s

f .. .' 'j; Lt -3. c'= :;1':' ,:,::L :-.:!.i-.:..: .:. :; :- ;:; : :':;: ':-::.'.: :: ; : :. .:: >.:= ::. =- a.- --r:=- := .:- -- =----,2.o": : ;: .-' :;- i viin the: way of iLatciwill :- airy 1rbere I I t ;1.'l1e 3JU ;j t4U wh: j' .!:

.; .. :. < ". ::-;-". :"':' ::' ,, : :' :.': = ""::" =.. :' ':: :.:.. : t'1 ::, ::.:. --= :.: : :: :-- : ::. ..: '.: : : ', :, -;: ;" .. .' -. -. ->?% be scxethuie nee !(\ '. '. 't' b, p.:'i\: br 01! -. n rr -

r .;::I4 : ... .r- : .. T.. :: !".. '.: M-x 1 \\ P.
t
: :- ::. : : : .. .. .Il .. .
: .
; 1
: -
i : : '. -;- :: -=- _7 ;: --- '" ;. ':!liIl Monday : :. .... l... \. I J-.'. :- : .\.'_ '

:;. .. '
; :: ; _. : : :- .- .. .
-

.. ... :. .,. ........ -t-= "' : -'-- -- -I
.. '. ... -- -- or -- ; : :- 77' .a:: .
..;,: .. .-c- ;: ; y'J .- ,- '- -
f : ,
--: clO g: 5'a.-r : : : :: ae:_ :)f :::'-= !,: '::...:.. :" :,: .::.:,- :"" ,":' :.: :, c: :.:., ;, : --: /.--.fig for the presetet EMOLLIENT,
:
-
It To':. ;.. ..:.':.': :: -. vi- -3.:. Wi.:>:>:-:-:-- ::" :' ".,:,;. -:..:; -"' :': .- - ; :.:..,.a. :: ,.: .:: ::'': .. .:... ;:, ::- : : '_'- .: : .- VV '" ,-: :4 te ui tha: couawaieh I Is

3- ,:, .,--', s: :. . :, :; /: .:: 7 .. Cuticura Ointment.
; : ; : : ,,, .. -:- .: .. Z. : .. ': : '=1LfitUm.: is
--
f : .t VV t: :: _; :- -' -- -. .:. > :-- >. .. .! F"r ni.-btts. ecrn .
:: : l'
: - ,,-- Digits of a pasj-ion. tkit tcLr.gs: irritav.
-'" :- .:. ,: . > !Ciiii-gs au L-; S: i"J.: \-
t
.. ..-: :.i .
-Y ; wing faces roufh! *.
.. .: \' u. : .. .T for ieioesii --- ".-;..;; r.yu.. at'rfal iiderea v contf-icx; :: .? ; y.
V i. :: :l in.'P. g a> JJUHK* tae 3' f:'l n.3 Ji"- sew proeesses.: bi: sciecce b, r)4 a.v-'i Rc&Lnf r -- .
..... .. ar-i _Drs ---rtiaper5 of iat b-iriiing: naiw? attt' ;. i
">, .., ..-qj m-> ''''' ,,.;; rrE::..et.: : :> =frTerTrie aii Ja- ... -. neheb. r ->ty
; ir-rTri; .. : : i"s.. itcLais
; .
.i -
--r. ; ;: ::. :;:::. =:'=-r : & -: ,:. .",:.' --ii '- How he can atd ('ha.irlr. !'. snu : t1
:: ?: ; '.. the *a
t8. ': H : '.'r FSfcr _2::::s piL fr.-2i itiiii: _r'i rf'r's : :: ; ; :' pk r; fish oi
: : =? the
ig : : : t.>iltt
; :---V:: = : : :. : =-..; : :: .' -* .i : late coua'i l:. 'h ,:::'l:
ft \' .i : ::.: ...: : K.--oi u.4 ', :.." ._. : ;-, :, :, .. norserv Cutie'.ll'a hif-tmert
: :: :: ? 7 :
.
: -
'
: :
: : : : ::: : zed
-: ; :: '; -:" =- .:. "' _-: ,,:. .. -. < i -. _-. for by CuocuraWORLD'S a :
:- we
.. :
... __ ::'i : _-? ::>" ::. -. : .: :aNei : : ':-i: ," 7" ,, : : :--" : :' '' .-;. flrfi h zvvaluSDle:
: :. '*5ir
"

i "" .. :' of or-- : .", : :'iI-- ., .:.: :'-;:: ;_:::. ::..., ::: .::..::.' :..:. ..:.. -'-;. ",,- _1 a-- ', ,;,, "Cl qi. '",..,-.f>.....""jtt ... .. :. ", -' .. _" ; tempt' of court ae ::sT not:>: g-. s...,. etr.: &ad.i eh... b--<-. lit t-..,.
MR ,
-
"J lltl'
: : & ,
', :I% rf- BK. ; '
Toit : -A: r --
& ::'.; Ho'*' s-ici :f-I::.{> of I rs Yrr.t.:, :
7"
gc-Ii is -t ; a whcli c-c ,. y It, ,
.
% ;! t.'t
f .2.V: :: : -':!: .- "" .. bbl\ ........Itnr .! t.
-" ... tYa ,
.q... ::* hestwX&14

1 fftooo..c:. ...:.u...:......

tt
\


t 4 4r 4s:









t ...'' ,... ; _... .. "- ;:: ,..:;:.. -,, """p....
&: -t r
'
.
fi". l..JjoJI.
'O-
., M ... '
'* "' --: ;.t"o "
_
l < '- --,;, t. ,"'' ". ; 1
.
"" :", ''y n4ax : -.. ",
... : ,
; :4'm ;"f 'r. '" ;" 1.1.'

C :: '!'" 5:_. :;. ._ ... ... 97'aL,.. ,. ,. -t.: ,J. J. ... ......J 'f"'t';.: ".ot&- .
"..... .-. .. .. .,.,.; --4l' r.-j.J """
!> ..;.. 2i' ;.7---""'"' .. ..... ..t--. "= C> ,"Y'' "--



-






_. 111111111111111N....11111111 .', .'. .... ... ,;. NNN11.1..NNNNNI.N ,.-. _-..: _' _if}; .: NNN.1N- .. r '"' .- -r ...1t N.N.11N1111.1.N.1(-.n_





!NEARING THE END :.


:. #. V\N\I\NVVV'VV\JV'N'v .. 4.J V\lty ytyty v.J"IVV \Jv +Al0'Y VlVI'i'Y f5 :.


l !I OIly Six Days R E I\1 J E M B E R i
) more. Only I Six Days more.
= "' :.m:=r I :"' -- : r

: :

r i of the greatest Slaughter of Furniture ever held in this County. & Will close in Six Days. & Attendb fore it is too late !1 :

1.. ...


, : I.A frightful Breakdown! 0 Read Sensational Sacrificing i

T 0 E RTS
y, in I F urt iturc Pi ices i ft < of Values.






.t Forced( to, Sell to Pay Their Debts i. 7


1c4 .
.
: The ntire Stock of :
.


I I FURNITURE, RUGS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS I i



.
: Ot Smith & Roberts' of Ocala, Florida Has Been placed in the Hands of The Furniture Sale Company, of Chicago Illinois Appraisers and Adjusters, and Must B: Sold M !

Pay Their Debts The entire stock shall and sold during this sale. This means the greatest slaughtering of prices ever heard of. No price slashing like this sale ever hap-

pjned before. You surley cannot afford to miss this Grand opportunity to save big money on useful and desirable goods. Remember, this stock must be TURNED INTO

ASH AT ONCE TO PAY CREDITORS, and to do this in a short time, herein stated, the prices have been torn to pieces. Costs are not considered. The one and only

aim is to sell this stock in 6 days time. This gigantic closing out sale Positvely ends in 6 days. Don't delay--be on hand early and get advantage of the best of the big

I bargains. Read it through--every word means dollars to you. You cannot afford to miss this great sale. MONEY SAVED IS MONEY EARNED Remember, 6 days the

, p. : last b days. Never before has such a Golden Opportunity knocked at your door. This sale means the best goods at an immense saving to you .:

__.__ .. __ .

i Beds. Beds I The Time Buy Crockery. t.i Cots. !
to
: f., '" value Iron Beds, wonderful bargain 100 piece Dresden China Dinner Set .3.50 valne Wsre Cots, woven win-, :
: *!..llUtCda'ssaleprice. . .2S) $16.00 value. guaranteed not ..l.H.j )
t\l z- .. -. crack, . . . . . .tOc'e.t).JSU'O ,1.. :.
f f .","II value Beds, all sizes, last C days. r -.,; : : ::-L --.-..-y. $4.50 value I Canvas . '..)4)...,
: dlo' price. . . . . ..)).1S i F"'QII"" 'f.J'I",.'Tift..'t.. ,-, "",""l J -' -- ..- -.+ ..'.- piece Dinner Set, Haviland China, ) :
I :: .'"" ., ,
.1'\.' Ii" ,; ; : 3 tone color, decorated in gold, good
$: fo value Beds, all sizes, last G days 1'i:; !" r .npgr. "t i .II" t "I :: ..,1l" II' Pt tl h :
. . I 'Ii\\ 3I I' enough for a millionaire, $19.,0 value Kitchen Safes f
Mile price. . . -1.1'Sv I 1'1 j 1 ': : 1Ifll' \ I 'f .
MF... I \1 I 'I at this sale only . . 1 11 l.lji .
$ ," value Deds. all sizes, last G days @.: ._ I ,, $t.ua"I'., .
-prier I . . . . .-] !)S <'T- --: :=-. : ....:.'.'.:.)_.;o -----'-....=.::..':: :-,-'>- "'> -->::" "') > "' '- 123 dozen Imported Cups and Saucers, two(( :
: tQ.roen -:: :' never sold for less than 75c per set $r.;;".' va1\1. I 1,00) :
.I i I'',-i .c few Iron Beds complete with ( of six, . . . . .| |Jcis .. .
.-,> .il Wire Spring and cotton top"l ''" GjV $: ..j"a.II.! (f"Un) ) I t.
dozen White China Dinner Plates.
'r.>.. regular $ll.r>' value while 1 tit owChairs.
i ;) last. oulv. . . . . (t'IS 1 9"c per set of six going now for ;5Sc)
i Office Desks
Couch Bargains ,
------ .
C 'I At a Great SacrificeOak ;
Bed Springs. $15.00 values Velvet Velour hand :2 dozen Kitchen Chairs hand made ,,
. . . . 1 ,(f.j H tufted reinforced steel spring, saleprice t and extra strong. Iuc!: value salePrice tw I J<>C.'Mi' ,'alue. Solid Roll Top Office ,
t slue . . . . . \00, ( ) . . . . . 5(>'C Desk, during this sal- .) 154.ri.iin I I ,
v.iliHcoiled sprinsoven -. . .2.10 1 () *p>
t $18.00 Extra fine Golden Oak frame, 1;:: dozen Solid Oak Frame double vainRoll Top f).':k. typfwrittr -
wire. . . . .2.50 I) ?
\
., ., carved legs sale price. . .1 t..)..(un){) Cane seat chair 95c value, go in + f= attachnifiir t piano fhll.h..1.! a :
.. ,Co i I \ahlt'sllrlU. ?: ,...,-. . . ..,1 i,.),) 25.00 value Velvet Corduroy, diamond this sale at . . . . (O)))c Idilr..Ilr"fl\'n: [!., [,. r p tNr ....MMarseilles .'..1..,... ..
tufted, steel spring, reinforced 2S dozen High Back Solid Oak highly :
: Mattresses. throughout our guarantee for finished cane seat dining chairs, :
value, in this sale JJc) ] = 1 Bed Sprea ds
: ten years, sale price---------- 1.e ,.IS $1.25 go at r- ----- -- ;
last
j >f f I ,4' value Mattresses soft top .. .
1J! dozen H Cane Seat. handpolished
t. day sale 1 .! l.iJi S $'"(). >OPantesote Leather Couch, diamond ighBack $!1 2.) valutlull! size, to fit any BH .
;:> value CombiIlltionIanress.. hand tufted Golden Mahogany Dining chairs a big snap 1,.))0)- Phonographs. sale price . . . . ?J).C ..

: last C; days sale price. . ..*>,10 I} frame tempered steel springs Phonograph.' regular selling price with {1.75 value sale prir. . . . [U)**C :
: |7r't value I '. . . . '"*).C,)p\',.' guaranteed for ten years the great 3 P. Bed Room Suites nickle plated horn without records. $"oo'alu". Extra [''.IIIC'..._. sale price .
est value ever offered sale pnce.l ..t $7.00 this sale with record .
) ; one
for the last . .
1 at It!,{N value 40-pound Cotton Mattresses . . . . . six days \t\\\ (\
j .i-t i; days sale price. . J..)0Mosquito () $22: .5i* value Golden oak. three-piece only 4)0(){) j.
I Ded Room Suite, sale price, . 1')It et),\ Large Graphophone complete with .
: -- Sideboards.value $J2.00 value Beautiful Finish Golden flower horn and twelve large records Ice Boxes. 1
.
... Canopies $IS.ati;) value Solid 0 a", carved head Oak, three-piece Bed Room Suite. regular time price as sold elsewhere
. . . . H c board Cx4-in.: beveled plate glass, sale price, . . . . 10.50no ( () $411.0'ow only . J (h"tO J t)() |14'M Air-Spaced. a..' \I'r"t\
.
I > sale price. . . . . 1 II.f't..l',.; '. value 1 . . . . ').. srv Large Latest Improved Graphophone. $ Cnn value 1i 1 CIa.. HidTim
I lull! size . . . 1S | | I complete with flower horn and 1: med.: sale pnc-. II.-I I '
S .;w>I frame, eztra close titling....,),.1 IS $20.00 Oak, sale price . . 14.1)0)() records only . . . .:>),...,'.)(O $25.1')) RefrtgeraUi, ahr.tu! air
$25.00 value Solid Golden Oak. carved chant>. Qiiart Sd"eii 1 1a6 1Od1.! .
fronts highly polished sala I.;)'on)() Kitchen Tables priet . . . II ..'
Rockers. $:?5.00"alue., Sawed Oak, perfect beauty $2.5o. value Large Size Yellow Pine. Toilet Sets. .

.. Rt i ". value. Golden Oak or Mahoga- sale price . . . 21,00 t ()() well finished. sale price . . .1]1.1S I $. .53 ,value ten pieces Overglazed For- j
: :,\ be kind grandma likes to rock $50.00 Quarter Sawed Oak piano polished $J.50: value Georgia Pine with dra\\1 clain finished the very best designs L aVnVlng.. :
in. tlur+..i ibis last 6 days sale hand rubbed, French plate, ers well constructed, sale price ,W", during this sale only . . ..),'H,) .
: 1'1 IN' . . . . 1)Sl'} 114in. beveled mirror, a model of 3 4.oO value, the best built on the market $a._5. twelve piece set, distinct designs 15 a"' valuePa; "nura1!*- Ilrk. '"; ?U ;
.. ,: ',11 Rocltt'r. sale priet' . . I 1',!)' perfection sale price, . . :21,85IUV. sale price . . . .2,20Chiffoniers. () nothing better made, during 51"t, .alu. I f'a-.t.t t 11.1'( ) .

: f .. value. Golden Oak Cane Seat. this sale . . . . .:!.!h :
Lawn and Porch Settees.
.. ,j.l'mICtbltllali[ G d a'ssae. '' -), lO( ! i c, 51 Mlu.. Cane seat reinforced bot. Dressers. f: ,II \.1...... Ithlb!I :

c. : .:.V"; during this last 6 days sale . . . .tOl( 2.<"' collie.sO! $;" ,,"' \.1.1'! '.!,H'1) ) :
) : ,, . . . . . :Ji.llOPorch ) $7.3" value .f). ed. 5-dravvt-r .tloak.hjght.IOlih..1! Lace Curtains. :
4\ i IAlt.... Rocker, Bauble $l 5.00 value Golden Oak Dresser, Jl 10..1" i value ('"I' Willow Chairs .
S I Beveled mirror. sale pnce. ,.t'" ) value. Nottingham Lace Curtains .
: French tat _
. .
tlle M-at and back, !price during .. French :Mirror sale price 1).20) ::, .. .
. . l. (0o $1S.:i> value Golden Quarter Sawed pretndei"'nc pair'C -\ "
i. Ibt C days sale < $2"'in value Chiffonier. Oak. .
:- .
largE'l ,
construction finish sale I Io ,1 value, Fish Net lace Curtains. .
t aha . . . -,-r' Oak : 'ale pr ict. . 1100Oil I per pair. . . . . . f.)'('
f' $10.50. value . . . 12.01 $2.r" value. Irish Point Lace Curtains f M1SSELANEOUS\ BARGAINS I

per pair. . . . . .1\ ,2 X J.ir i.i':: ;> ,u.v < >: >r :'' /.
Floor Oilcloth. Ice Cream Freezers. : .r"-
I ui.-a' --tauaiu! I klrl t ;
,. ..:, h 1.\\ Sul; "; said\ . J"(. Stoves !)."" value. Quart White Mountain -tic- Value . :|U(k

I $0;.;TiO value . . . . . tO\) !) sale Ice..l 1J:iJ Wash; Stands. $1.on value, . I Ivm s

Rugs Rugs ;h:0- .".II value . . . ..1 1\!) ;;.r.n value ;2-Quart: Arctic! sale;: pritel, [I\.Qt.n::;' Saige.: ; . . . . . )1.05 .$125: Va'.u- . . .MCiOc v .

\ . ." ] )" .. . . . . . . (
.. I. i S \: :-;,. ,, X11:: ... II)1)L) ) ;: !fin', 1till.: '. . . . \t't) J4-: > \alue. 4-Q'iart Arctic.: ?ae! price l lrr $ c valuf: ,:>H$1., vain j.

1 : .

1.$ That this stock MUST BE SOLD at almost your own price to pay our debtsYou cannoT afford to miss this event. j

i Tll111k R easoll{ i ECONOMICAL HOUSEWIVES: You can afford to lay aside your household duties and attend this GREAT SALE. as :

: l'tol 1 II it means many DOLLARS OF SAVING TO YOU. :
:
.
--



I. Smith ti : a Robmt Ocala, Florida I I It



EVERYTHING MUST GO IN SIX D0YS AT ALMOST YOUR OWN PRICE. "

w *

Al l Remember this distinctly : Sale positively ends in six days. So don't fail to attend before itis too late. I


( ,. 'l ..... ..................... i.it ," ___ .-_ .Jj ,- 1....+...1NNN.111NNN 01N1NN.111N1.......111(
................. ......... -- --



l


t 4 -



,

.'t' : '- '. >
!' fF'r _
'-';;- -; .-: ...-. .",..... -
:
-- '> .
t .
... .- "" '"- -.:::::- ... L r rT5 '" _' .....41!.. -
... < > _
--- -- ------- -- -- --
-.r. --- -
-
-- -
t-


I

,

,#'

.
L. E. LAN

_._ resolved to I.. W. A. KNIGHT
-- --
---- -- --- ---- --- - rion, and that I am firmly I

: So" h* continued, "if a
out.

( i: OVER THE BANNER COUNTY OF FLORIDA. J i I extra stay session is called, they will havto nel" ANNOUNCEMENT\

find another man from my county.

____ _____ n_ _____ ______ I and harness ,
T \\'t have llat p urehase'i the In fun ,
-- etlrlof j rcrrl
--
---- --- ------ ------- ---------- -- q /
-- -- ---- -._----- ----- ----- --- --.- -- --- I! Prof. J. H. Brinson of the coinmer" $. \. btacdley & l'OIaIl&Iw.: .: lilllj' d s I' a aid to figs oft

ELECnITEMS: ANTHONY ITEMS ; OCALA PEOPLE IN JACKSONVILLE :cial! department of Rollins College a I! nee af ula, ILah'' If a 'O IP.ETE! LISE In e\enogee!
1 'ping siCe ,. tryst Fort Wagon::. "I. Le 1l.8r
: \rril 1 ur tit'
loll
al.-'I
the
in an
| \\ inter Park, was city yesterjday. handle 1\ r'''lI.t VI
these we
pedal Cor. Ocala Banner: Special Cor. Ocala Banner: I I I professor Brinson00 wasI i ;; Ket; also several makes nt ih's E3osides fullyHigh guuantr ,
I which we stand ready to
Mr. W. IL Martin of Moss Bluff and The recent visit to us of Rev. F. A notable figure on the veranda of i, registered at the Aragon, is now on. piety i of vehicles' ether of

G. A. Waters of Electra have just returned Pasco, D. D.. editor of the Florida the Aragon yesterday was R. S. Hall 'the road in the interests of the in:
; from Sparr, where they at Christian Advocate, and president off or Ocala, one of the biggest and best union he so worthily represents, and 1 Unexcelled Wagons, Harness,

the State Epworth League, was a veryjpieasant \' in speaking of his work yesterday, I I Robes Etc. Etc.
Lap ,
of in state largely -
leaded the county convention of theFarmers' I me turpentine men a .1'
I occasion. He addressed the !said: "Rollins was never in Betteshape r

Educational and Cooperattre i League in the afternoon and preached given over to the long-leaved pine i I I than today. I have just return Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.

Colon They report a good time, !I at night to a large audience. and the products thereof. Mr. Hall, '!'ed from the East Coast and I must lie are Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate: Compet:n.

a fine dinner and much interest manifested j A very large acreage has been de- who has been enjoying a wellearnedrest say that I am more than satisfied with t celebrated White Hsckorv Turpentine -
I l We Sole Agents for the
voted to sweet and indications r I the ourlookTil1Jt-t'uion.OCALA'S are
; in the union. potatoes, from his labors in the cause of I II
i point to an unusually large crop I and Farm Wagon.Knight .
has returned from Tallu-
spirits, just
I We are sorry to learn that Mr. f I II
being harvested. Some are eating LAWMAKERS MEETAn
I
1'. T. Grins of Moss Bluff is seriously I new potatoes now. lah Falls, Ga., where he has for sometime

ill; also Mr. A. J. Snell has had a Mr. Tom Jones' cannery is turning been sojourning with his inter- Interesting Session Tuesday Evening & Lang

retopoe from measles and is very out a large number of tomatoes esting family. -Railroad Ordinance ,
I
rfck. which are largely sought for by our "Yes," said Mr. Hall, in response to DiscussedThe SiHte-w-orsto Standlev and Co. )

MiM Dixie Pi Hans and her cousin. I merchants, as they are far superior a polite inquiry, "I have had a good city council met in regular session I.. --

Mitt' Rosa Deggs, have gone on a I to those coming from Baltimore and lime, and am now going home and to I. ---- ---- ------ .
Tuesday evening with President THE PERKINS' PICNIC I The board of county pour.- -:":, : -
l-IoaUft't trip south. They will visit otner places. Ir. Jones would do work again. What's that-you hear '
r amount of it : -: a :.'
John D. Robertson in the chair. had an extra -
lakeland. Tampa and Palmetto before
well to enlarge his plant. Tallulah Falls had nearly gone dry, ,
they return. Hope they will havea The little Atwater boy, brought 1 j and that the "vater was muddy? Noth- After roll call, )lr. Robert 11. Car Mrs.:: W. H. Perkins celebrated her present session and ha.ii 1 : a i

good time and not tarry too long in from Green Cove Springs to be under ing of the sort. let me assure you. roll, the newly elected alderman from ttth j birthday in tbe Eton Creek journed. It perhaps will rt-a ::1 :r:,: ,t i.:-

the low lands of South Florida.Mr. the medical care of Dr. Lindner, is I The falls were never more beautiful; I the second ward, was sworn in and neighborhood, on Wednesday, August journment at noon today.

Jonas Halford has the mail still quite sick, but hopes are entertained the scenery in that beautiful sectionof the business ot the evening taken up. 6th.

rmte now from Electra to Oklawaha. of his recovery. r Georgia never more inspiring or The regular monthly bills were ta- i The gaUlt'ring'as held in the oak The New York World -.r:. :0".1.

Mlu Cniily Halford who has been Miss Pearl Griner, who has been picturesque than today and I only/ ken up. and those which had been grove fronting her residence and bordered fevers from gout now ha\ .- ':.'- i I"- r':-

on an extended visit to South Carolina. for some time teaching music at Melrose !- regret that I was not able to remain property approved by the various beyond by a lake, making a I mission of Dr. Hale W'hir'i! :

IMS. been very sick with typhoid has returned to her home, and there: longer." committees were paid. most beautiful location for the occas- to eat meat and other fJ".l-! :.;" ',. .", ,

tent. Her mother, Mrs. Halford, hasgBB will likely continue teaching nearer.; Mr. Hall leaves for Ocala todayif Mr. Lou N. Green appeared before ion. The weather was propitious and under the ban. Why. he a-,-. r i- ;':' .It

to bring her home as soon as home. indeed, he did nci get away last the council in the interest of Mr. Elmer there was nothing to mar the festiv less common while the (oh! -'jwp'"a; ; ;

tho I able to travel. I E. Converse against whom ities. of meat has increased >rJ'J'-: '! .' '
The annual summer exit has set night. His interests in Marion county com-

SIr It. D. Sanders of Jennings Lake in and our people are departing to I as well as in other sections of the plaint has been made for blockadingSouth About one hundred and fifty relatives And why do teetotaler ti" in- ,,.itflicted .

dl begin a protracted meeting at various points. Mr. F. W. Bishop nad state, are very extensive, and he has Fourth street, between Orange and friends were in attendancefrom with cirrhosis of tl,0:' :.n:

the Church of Christ at Moss Bluff, I family will spend some time in West 'for some years been intimately associated i avenue and Osceola! street. After different sections of the county. distinguishable from that
Saturday. August in. I Virginia; the Jones and Moore family !I with U,,_ RawK thE.I I quite a lengthy talk by Mr. Greenon Ocala. Antl' m'- '. Snarr.. Daisy Gra- alcohol? The man who d'n> ,' ...1

ies, with relatives and friends, will estate convict lessee, who is himselfan the subject the council grant hann'ille. Connor, Lynne and otht'lplaces r and drink what be like; at. i I ',th.. .tIl

FLEMINGTONJ stay about ten days at Salt Springs: extensive turpentine operator. Mr. Converse the use of the street foi throughout the county wer after-dinner cigar to ai i !.-. ))1 In

Mrs Hendricks has gone to Jackson the conduct of his business as he ha rs well represented. can no longer put the tai- j'. :.1'

_J Ocala Banner: ville to visit relatives; Mrs. Pbares to I When it comes to Marion county. been doing in the past for a period 01 f A large dinner was spread and wa$; food:' A

Oar farmers are through pulling Richmond, Fla.. to visit her parents for that matter, Ocala. or as some six months. at the end of which time, enjoyed by all. Tbe fine fish wert:

tlMir fodder and some are preparing Judge Wilder will rusticate for sometime I people prefer to call it. the Brick the matter will again be brought uj I caught from the lakes near bv, Dr. Schreiber has ni; i :.' : r.rnSeabretze :

where his famil. .
J&d for fall vegetables. amid the hills and mountains of I City-was very much in evidence inland for approval or rejection by the coup Mrs. Perkins, the genial hostess, at-

estern North Carolina but he says I about the Aragon all day yester-, cil. greeted her friends most pK t'a.antly.ShE. fished for the summer
b, Mr. J. K. Jllxion gave an ice cream
he will certainly be back in time for' day. Not least among those whom i A resolution was offered by Alder .> is in good health and is as active .
Kodal last Thursday night. His mother -
the sweet potato crop. Marion county delights to honor is the' man McConathy, and after some discussion and animated as any woman halt .: RECKLES AND PlrfPLES

and Mrs. D. Fant were th chaper- Considerable real estate has changed Hon. Frank E. Harris. the big-hearted passed, to the effect that the her age.

oiw aad everybody enjoyed them- hands in the last few days. Mr. editor of the good old Ocala Banner force of men at present at work on Mr. Perkins was most cheerful and I REf!:DyED In Ten Days.

et lTU.311a.ETa, Ben Ellison has bought the Kelly JI and the Nestor of the Florida press street improvements be put in the gave his friends also a cordial greet Nadmola

Townsend of Hawthorne home, which he and family will .j. Few men in Florida know more of the hands of the sanitary committee for ing. but we regret his health is M'

shortly occupy. He and family sojourned j politics of the state than Frank Harris work in that department, except in ble. II. W. E. fa The Completion
;.1 l, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. R. -
for a year here and have decided and, at the same time, no man cases where the street committee has: Beautifier :, mof -

r- WhiUiBgton. for a few days. to become permanent residents.Mr. in his part of the state is more thoroughly actual need of them for repair work Mr. Weathers Resigns. .!,.r.d rj h 'atsJl.g

{ Mlse Hubie and Marie Nettles visIted Dave Swindle's of grjtft .. >iJ.c. &DJeUu"n.i
family Quincynow in touch with the "plain pea Jon the streets. The object of this resolution We learned Tuesday afternoon that .
K .
relatives at Keddick last week. ,' occupy the H. J. Stewart resi- ple" than he, and to this fact must as explained by Mr. McCon Mr.. B. A. Weathers bad tendered his { y .:i..1 t.JI'rctndrtall :l fora-

dence, but have bought the A. P. Bas- largely be ascribed the influence the athy, was to work the "
stop on streets,
the
3 1c. T. II. Mills, photographer atthis -S resignation as a member of the Ocala twnj, and rest, re thee
Ain home in town, which will be their Ocala Banner has long exercised which in all probability would soon .
t place, attended the picnic at Sub-School District trustees, and upon leautq' -t > > ..th. Tie
1'iue Km week. future home. Mr. S. P. Lamb has down in old Marion, where big crops have to be torn up and regraded as inquiring of him his reasons fur worst cae in twenty day.. "t'. .-J Si 00

i t bought the Lon Baskin place. about a and big of the brick at ail l leading .
men are things everyday soon as paving which the aue .t rc.. ti trail
fc Ml** Maymle Carlton, who has been this action at this season, he handedus
mile and a half from town. occurrence. city frc/IAt !Ir > THmL TOUEf C." TM.
proposes to put down, is laid. Al- .r.
t"' Uniting her sister Mrs. R. R. Whit- a copy of his letter of resignation.
Another wedding last Sunday, and Yesterday Mr. Harris had derman
McConathy
i Ungtoii, of this place, will return toHer nothingto was pretty strongin which was presented to the county -
again at Mr. A. B. Moore's. The contracting deliver in his -
but
t politics condemnation
an enigmatic of the work of :
home at St. Petersburg next Friday board of instruction its
; public at regular J. R. Moorhead, D. S. Wtr drove, .
parties *-".n "- nttn Jones smile. "I am out of it." he said. "I the street committee in instances
t 1 accompanied by her niece. Mis\ : meeting. We have not learned President
and Miss Sarah Ellen Moore. Despitethe went out to the ball where they hired number of Secretary.
game today a teams
K: Townsend of Hawthorne. Tire
,
I >a what action was taken by the board v B. J. Potter Gen.
,
1 f writer, with others, hates to see themgo rainy evening, the double rooms though"-and the veteran's eyes from private parties for street work. Mr. Weathers' letter follows: Mgr.

.. away, but hopes they will return I were soon packed with Anthony ladies shone with their wonted lustre"andsaw The event of the evening howe'er.was 1 "Ocala, Fla., Aug. 6, 1 'tTThe WOGDMAR SAND AND STONE COMPANY '

and gentlemen to witness the your boys put the Charlestonnine the action taken in .
again soon.Mr. regard to Honorable Board of Public instruction Builders of
ceremony. The waiters were :Mr. out of business." And that was what is known as the "street
Will McGee of Dunnellon visit- closing
!/: Marion County, Florida: CEMENT SIDEWALKS
ell our Sunday school; 'qot Sim day. ast Herbert Jones and Miss Maggie Wood- all. ordinance. This is an ordinance in- "Gentlemen-I respectfully tender Dealers In
ard. At 8 o'clock the strains of :\Iendel5sohn's
troduced
some weeks
did Mr. Knoblock of Reddick. ago asking the
LAKE
my resignation as a member of the WEIR SAN3Manufacturers
: air Stevenson one of Edwards wedding march, played by Another well known Ocala man city council to close Osceola street
board of trustees of the Ocala special 1 of
4 llros.' convict guards, attended Sun- Miss\ Bessie Graham, were floating on who deposited himself and his grip in south of South Third street, and also CONCRETE
tax school district to take effect this BLOCKS
day school Sundav and entered his the air when the couple appeared and the office of the Aragon last night .*e approaching streets. South date. PAVING

j name as! a member on our roll book. took their places under a large evergreen was E. P. Thagard, who has for many Fourth. Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and MATERIAL
"The decision of your board, concurred FENCE POSTS. Etc-
t Aaron Hicks and and floral bell, immediately in years been
Mr. sister. Ruby, intimately associated Eighth. This ordinance had been referred -
I front of in by a majority of the trustees Estimates and plans furrh+ -l and
an chancel
alo gain their names as members.T evergreen wherethe with the commercial and industriallife to the judiciary committee, who
t of the said district, to purcha e contracts taken.
officiating minister, Rev. J. G.
\\o of our young men were callersin of Marion county. Mr. Thagard reported it back to the council with-
Graham a site for the primary department: of p, 0. Box 956 Ocala Fionda.MONTHS .
the Geiger neighborhood last Sunday was awaiting their arrival. comes to Jacksonville on business out recommendation, thus leaving it
the Ocala Graded School in
High another '
There must be some attraction. The ceremony over congratulationsand and may remain in tbe city for sev- open to discussion, and discussed it
kind< W* are having plenty of rain these upon eral days. was for something over an hour. A
them. The evergreen and floral decorations with this decision a condition tha'
-
days. -
number of railroad officials were pres- (

Mr. J. 11.Iathews and daughter of the rooms were profuseand Charles W. White, once of Citra, ,ent to arms the matter with the city. 'no improvements nor addition shul ,. C-_-- _____
in good be made in or to tbe premises IMU,
taste.
Numerous
*ef) business callers at Mclntosbla Ares but now, maybe. a citizen of the solons. The A. C. L. road whose interests
-
'
-t Saturday. ents were to be seen in an adjoining world, was at the Aragon yesterday were at stake, was represented I in use, looking to the relief of Mi'i: O 4
[room. congested condition and discomfo-! sa r
Sunday school every Sunday morning, but went down
to Pablo to I by their district counsel, Mr. R. A.
3:}& Everybody is cordially invited ,I cool off yesterday afternoon. Burford. Mr. Arthur Glass, trainmaster existing there, which the sub-disti.:, !]
BELLEVIEW BRIEFS "char-I trustees, with the approval and a'.. I
to attend.
ley" White's .
story-were it ever of this division. Mr. Riddell, divis- tAGUARANTEE
I thority of your board, promised i I">-..I
Mr. J. IlIxson is busy trying to written-would read like a romance. ion superintendent. Mr. Robert
Special Cor. Ocala Banner Taylor
: tively, before our next term begin-
finish\ his house. i The But the trouble is, it will never bewritten" traveling solicitor and Mr. E. B. I \
carpenters are busy now build-1 must necessarily
I IIi.al'
One provetry :
thing is certain. he willnever
Duncan, the local asent... The. two fnr-I,
-
ing Mr. Tremere's store. We all I ---- --- --- i ts '..
are FT rFot -I
pointing to pupils and teachers
FAIRFIELD FACTS .1-t ..
write it-and who else I
could? :
mer made ME .
arguments, in which they > LCottou a:ti
glad to see it progressing so nicely. Not that there is well as many patrons, and carn--- nsi.g _
anything in that presented the I i
but many reasons why the .: .:.twees':
very sorry that some of the lum- I
flcelal Cor. Ocala Banner: history of which Charles W. White:! ordinance should be with it a responsibility, and also an tnblu: 'J: '.3: .,
passed. while
Al-
Mr. Ray Bullock of Ocala was in ber Mr. Tremere had ordered for the r need be ashamed. Far from it. '. If I derman Mclver led the opposing forces. obligation to erect proper school FOR Lisa,' Egyptian for I. "Co') ton a
store burned
oar little town last Tuesday on bus- was FridaDight at the |I ever a man in all Florida deserved !I II After I premises at once on the site for the pairs for $:00 .i Z.oI "lU I,
] the matter had been thoroughly with ec.b
Cornell mill, as it will cause some de- fan.
fees.MlM lay. ,( Credit it is this son of the soil, who ] gone over from the railroad's primary department my share of

Lillie Mathews of this place i i from an obscure position in a little: '!I etandpoint by its representatives Mr. which I do not see my way clear to
Mr. White the I ,
presiding elder
Gad Mr. Leon Raiding of Wauchula backwoods hamlet assume. Very truly,
; on the banks of Mclver, assisted
by Alderman ,
preached here last I II Gates
'were quietly married at Reddick last I night and will,, the winding Oklawaha arose in the gave "B. A. WEATHERS." Sold M.
by
I some lively and
: interesting data
preach again tonight. It is hoped that r FISHfLBeechNut
Saturday morning. They left Saturday twinkling of The people of Ocala will
will attend. 'I I j an eye to a place of his on the subject. The discussion grew regret
evening for the groom's home at I everyone own in the world of "high finance." I warm at several very much to learn of the resignationof -
stages, and such I
The City of Oaks is i ex-
getting to be
WaUt"bula.p all hope they may ![ and who. "before the freeze," was pressions Mr. Weathers from this position
as "you did. '
"you didn't '
five a long and happy life. quite musical now-a-days: as. well as ;{[one of the greatest orange growers "nothing of the as he has always taken a deep Inter- '
cool kind, "beg pardon,
Mr. Ii.V.. Nettles, the lumberman: and shady, i iMiss I I|: and dealers in Florida. No man in but I didn't" etc. est in everything educational, and has
were used but
as
Gertrude
at Flewlngton, was in our town .Tuesday Matheson of Ocala. Ibis i i day. and in his wayhas done no one said "you're I worked hard for the perfection of the Sliced Bacon
who I anothervery
visited Miss Pauline -
evening. Cauthen II I[i more for Florida than C. W. White; tbing passed off I school work in Marion county. It is I
last week, returned home I pleasantly, and the
We are glad to say that Dr. Hum yesterday j and as he is yet comparatively ordinance II I to be hoped that conditions may arise I
Mrs J. F. Pelot left aj I was promptly returned to
Tuesday for i
$r., was able to fill his appointment 1]! young man, his record of success need the committee for I i J which may cause the withdrawal of '
Tampa, where she will i j jj revision, to be reported I
spend a day ] I Ibis 'I
here last the .
oace more Sunday at j by no means be looked upon as clos- at resignation.Dr.
the
j or so with :Mrs. Mitchell a former I special meeting,. which
church and he ed.
Presbyterian we hope iI I takes
will be able be with resident of Belleview. She will then I I I place tonight. J. G.
to us regularly I The Baskin was in Ocala Wed-
matter of
| go to St. Petersburg and Clearwter'to changing assess-
_w. Hon. Ed L Wartmann i nesday and was
of Citra, and asking whether
ments on real and or
visit relatives before personal
Mr. It F. Crouch left for Tampa returning. We i one of Marion's two efficient members will also property not Marion county was still in the
trust that the change will be of great 'I be taken up at tonight's !
Tuesday on a business trip. of the last house of representatives, meeting. I 20th senatorial district, and were the
benefit: to her. and that she
Mr. B. S. Jennings made abusiness may return has been at the Aragon for several ,: pre-election pledges carried out? He .
I
much and I
trip to Ocala Wednesday c stronger healthier. days, but I! had ]
Miss; Lillian Farnbach who has got away last night to his Now on the Stage not yet received a copy of the
COW BOY. pleasant home in the little Marion laws and
The was merely
I of
popularity the New seeking tutor-
been quite sick at Levon, is visiting York ;
county town, which in its day sheltered Sunday World's Gibson mation. 'l.. s
Bathing Girl
Mrs. Gale and Mrs. Ridge for a whileto
CANDLER DOTS
: some of the finest show groves of pictures has I r
grown rapidly. I ,
see if the change will help her any. the state. They are The soldier boys have returned

I Special Cor. Ocala Banner: : We trust that she will gain rapidly II Besides being a member of the IE-g-j I now Paul being West represented has written on a the song stage., and from St. Augustine, where they had

: I J. F. Worrlolc is taking a well- now.Mrs. islatuer, :Mr. Wartmann is also on the i the management of the "Follies / gone to engage in the state rifle

earned vacation, visiting friends laBOfiawn Lanier has had a nice new piano -, board of control of which so much is 190. at the big New York of shoot. They stood sixth from the

Pennsylvania. put into her house here and her I said and so little known. This board Roof Garden has Theater head of the column, and there were tit lid 111 111 111 111
the
Edna put song on the
daughter Miss expects to take
T. E. Pritchett the efficient agent has for the twenty-three companies
t past two days been in session program with sixteen represented.Mr. .
! Gibson girls in Tastes as good it J and It
lessons from Mrs. I. N. Shedd on it. as looks
Harvester Co
of McCormick was in this city at "Nat" Bryan's office the chorus. A
new Charles looks
Dana
Gibson '
A
very good. hreak-
at Plant City and Dade City last week but when the subject of its de- bathing girl art Robert Murrell, who has been fast dellcioue
supplement is in dish, of great food wholesome
"Everybody Should Know"says Washington value,
week Is in Bartow and Winter for some
and this liberations was broached last night. ,given! months, is
E. G. Hays, a prominent businessman every Sunday with tbe New again in Ocala. all the year 'round. .Try the
Haven in the interest of the above Mr. Wartmann He thinks
of Bluff. Mo., "that Bucklen's Ar- was dumb or nearly York World. that "Beech-Nut" it'3
:i company. nica Salve Is the quickest and surest so. Washington is a great and beautiful different.

Although we have not had the usual healing salve ever applied to a sore "I don't pretend to know much Mr. John Sullivan is here city. -

amount of rainfall in this vicinity burn or wound, or to a case of piles. about politics," said Mr. Wartmann."I Jacksonville from
f on a visit to his 0.
K.
I've used it, and know what I'm talking uncle Miss Louise GROCERYCLARK
t yet the fruit trees and the crops Ingeneral about." Guaranteed by Tydings only know that I have reslsned my and aunt Mr. and Mrs. George T. Gamsby will soon join

I are looking fine. & Co., druggists. '5c. x I position as representative from )laEI Maughs. 'i the a couple"Ocala of colony"weeks at Seabreeze for BROS., Props., Ocala, FJa..Q


. { J Phone 174.r fpc f





f ,
-- -
T.:

---'-- --' .. '- .... - .
;
_
-
"' '
-- -' _!t... ;sio; : "" ''' .- -- T7'3 :.. ''-, ..!"" '''-''. *.r -:,. -
it !
., ... -.., .. '
Q'> "" "" ..... } ,, f .. ..f -.o-! = ... --.r-: .. "'?' ->> "- $ 4
:: 1 :b J.\..- z- 0""N, : F- ;i 11 ''I'r::
t ,, l ;t I"'>'. -;-T"K&-t ';; -)F..,.... !iM.-: iT W .. .U ,



-


". NOTICE I II I THE GUBERNATORIAL BEES I The shops of the East Coast Railway -! NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE OTICE

Of Aj 'li4t .n for Lttttrs Patent. at St. Augustine have been cbs i

N... h." "", gUn that .... th BUSY Under and by virtue of a final decree Of Application for Letters Patent.
IN
MANY BONNETS. ed indefinitely and three hundred
$
......r..I.! fi ur ....-k. after the ONt i some I entered by the Honorable "'. S. I Xotice is hereby given that four

....hlill. "'1 ..f tut n..lk"ill apply t<, men are out of employment as a I weeks after the first publication of
Ml* -).>* ".i n..r -f .h.. Kutr of Florida : Bullock. Judge of the Circuit Court this notice. we the unllt'rsignt'd.111

far 1..1'. r. .'.t. ii' to i$*Uf undrr the JENNING'S DECLARATION THE ADMINISTRATION LOOKING inDIRECTION consequence. The Times-Union St.1 of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida II apply to the governor of the state of
..III.
II.
g I.r.-4 i'hart..rLltn.* E. LANG. OF BRYAN OR STOCKTON MILTON, OF WEST I Augustine correspondent says: While I on the 13th day of July. 191 7. in I Florida for letters patent. to issue: under

% T. 8WARTZ. FLORIDA MAY ANNOUNCE-OTHER POLITICAL ITEMS I II no official statement has been made a certain cause pending in the Circuit the following proposed charter:
L W. In'VA14.Cipy I I EDWARD HOLDER.S. .
Court of :Marion County Florida
I i II public it is known that the action was I A. RVl.S.G .
.* tte PuptUrf Charter of Th in chancery, wherein the City of C. CROM.CLAREXCE.

0l Supply C+mpany I By Miss Jefferson DelL \ i found necessary partly on account ol I Ocala is complainant and D. D. LaZi'f. CAMP.

rtet." .. .. h. urua.\.Itft41.. "..,....y I4) Tallahassee, Aug. 2.- of the University of Virginia and a I unsettled conditions the high cost of 1 et al. are defendants, whereinthe JACK CAMP.
ti--h.- .
*! avth r r r the
"\ btMHl' I.... ,-tiilnf $Irn'i>ri>..rtt.-
1.\ .. .f ih- "t II I.. uf Florida ap I special master to execute the said decree -. Ocala Athletic Association.
lkat... .. I you can 'ear the which has materially decreased -
quickstep
play
>rpi>rHil n for .flt. ; We the undersigned.
pr. Hon Park Trammel s announce- ; therefore. I will offer for sale I hereby associate
ARTK'I.K Inn9 The the earning capacity of the ourselves together for the
regiment's in
I column, an' they'remarehin' pur;
ment for United States senator will and will sell for cash to the highest

Tb. ...< I. ,.f tin ... ..., us away." road while expenses have greatly in- bidder onMonday. 'I pose[ of becoming incorporated under
.U..n xhal! I probably be made next week. He has tie laws of the state of Florida applicable -

.. th. ". <>'., *ui>aoI ly Company, and Its I I The creased. In making these retrench- September 2nd. A. D. 1907, to corporations for profit.
.Pto< ife d! I..... '. ..f huarn...* shan be ir decision of lIon. T. A. Jenningsof advised hU friends that he will an- : I

n.taU.ir, .n '..unt7. .....rida.: but Fensacola not to become a candidate nounce soon. Mr. Trammell is an .: ments, the Florida East Coast Rail- at the court house door in Ocala, Florida ARTICLE I.

tt mat ..'..itii man has reached
hi a ii\ I.. r |< in "I' nuil for governor has been received young a The name of this corporation shall
taw.' >.
'IeTII .I.t: II I..ith deep regret by his friends force of character and honesty ot by other prominent roads in the coun- I auction, the following described property principal place of business shall bin

/ "'ftHI throughout the state. Seldom has a purpose, and his announcement is a try. The notice posted in the shops in satisfaction of said > Ocala, Marion county, Florida.
yI.-"f .'. d! iM'ur"f th I e'l ARTICLE II.
iiUHin
maui been matter of much interest. stated that they would be shut down to-wit: Commencing at southwest ('
l. fer : r..i. t..1 by t.'iU < ri-'r.ttior" I opportunity brighter 01 Business
indefinitely, as no date could be 32 Caldwell's addition to
given ner of block ,
I The general nature of the business
toI more clearly defined. There has been
T. '1\ .. !II! iiii'l upon
.t.I... ... 11..1! '. .
IK Iv r- '11. K<$ .111.| \\d.tI uo doubt among his friends that he
... n .1".. ,ih-li.< ..r v.-ry kind an"i legislative appropriations for moneyto opened again just as soon as condi- north 83 feet. west 200 feet, south 83 is:

....$I1S. 1,.f. could be elected if he would make the fulfill the lor which tions will warrant such action. The feet or so much thereof a* m-M->>.. 1. To own. control and maintain
T.. purposes they in athletic field, and to conduct
i a f.-n.-rxl
Milling.
l'fI'1018-
race and bis withdrawal from the list men of all departments who work by necessary to satisfy the said decree
.. were created have with
.1. *l|.1 i tnllliiiK fit llUIa.., met a serious hereon athletic games of all kinds;

I TM.iiiufa..-tiirr ai hatill. of candidates has been a keen and obstacle m the way of chapter No.u.ui the hour were paid off in full at closing I and costs. JOSEPH BELL 2. To do any and all things necessary -

...3ur.4'. > *. ..f .il klnit I bitter "disappointment to them. iiis makingof
laid off will be when I T. E. BIGGS 7-26. ithletic games of every description;
4 T. 't\J Mtl .' contracts and the were re-employed
ha" '- and foal ir conferees in business have asked a incurring of obligations ARTICLE III.

ftUt. h'n- j ifni ", .('hln'rv of all kinds;; tor the of the shops re-open, by making formal Complainant's .Solicitor.
monster sacrifice of him-for the ambition expenditure any Capital Stock
& ? till ..I ..
$
> > an>l d al in buagfear
.frt-,> '" "C<.n. JIUt.TT1tttb4.. am to become governor of Florida money! payable out of the general application.We The amount of the capital stock of

,..... ,. ..f r) 4..... ,\.u..n. has been a life-long ambition. Such fund ot the state. The provisions ot NOTICEIn this corporation shall be one thousand -
T. t..r\ ..-|| *n.| tI.I4 ..f ir4ihr 'M|*. and auto an opportunity seldom comes twiceto ibis act are as follows: 100[ shares at the par value of ten dollar -

......... '...rll.." a man, and if it comes again to Mr. Section 1. That no board, department air a man of avrige intelec, but thare the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial ($10.00) each all of which said

T T. """, n. opr-nitr and maintain a are things that we cant catch. onto. Circuit
Jennings he will, indeed, be anexcep-- omcer, commission or committee of Florida in and for capital stock shall be payable in cash.
MMf r r>>ntln. Mrtnc anil repairIM -
One of them is all this talk and waistof Marion County-In Chancery. ARTICLE IV.
a.1"1 'WUI >. tkmaJly fortunate man. In decliningto or other person charged under tneprovisions

.T'. l.uy ..... own. control amtRpr' become a candidate be has satisfied of any act of the legislature space about denature alcohol. Ethel Oldfield. Complainant. W. The term for Term which this corporation
t..1 I .t.h'' When you onct take the nature out
t T. th'\, H1 antI hitniUt' mulei his sinse of honor and obligation with the expenditure of any Ernest Oldfield Defendantorderfor shall exist is ninety-nine ('9)

a.t I...r...* and !!\'.. .tM'k of cv*>ry <]... at what cost his friends know best. money payable out of the general rev- of the stuff we cant see whare or how Constructive Service.It pears.

.. rifit .r, its wurth thinkin erbaut, letter lone ARTICLE V.
enue fund shall make is ordered that the defendant
any contract or
|n T. (>uv ti. n. Mintrol ansi main Officers
writin about it when
"in .\tn ,iyst4. an ..... .. ,.. is wurth the big money the
.t .... changing and the situation will develop any sum out of the treasury of the space field, be and he is hereby required to shall; be conducted by a President
Itn.t .btr.lh..ti
II 1" A1hV f'fl' \\ a.
advertisin is willin to
.. .. ,H". "'ni' an.i <.'h'r tiull l lIn0 rapidly within the next few state of Florida except for the salaries agencies pay appear to the bill of complaint filedin 'ice-President. Secretary and a Treasurer -

,'''. for the iurtoM *?< 'It thit for it.-Tbe Gawbone. and a Board of Directors consisting
rv
it- < | < weeks. The larger cent. of Mr of public officers and other cur- this cause on or before Monday
.. ,.. per of not less than three nor
.*ift< r.n au I. T n> 'tuif an>l
'.*rK* (xiftyrtcaU Mid patfllDta; thoughts towards John N. C. Stockton of operating of schools, with- NOTICEOf is further ordered that a copy of annual meeting of the stockholdersto

I T ...-.1n..l i...rrii,,' m..n..y. In or W. J. Bryan as a leader of their out first ascertaining from the board this order be published once a week I be held on the fourth Tuesday in
1 a< -till'.1 ,." r -.'. uriilf* and t.. <... Application for Permit to Sell Liquors March of each year: and the following
for four consecutive weeks in
ot commissioners of state institutions (4)
forces. Whether Mr. Stockton or :\Ir.Br'an .
I lit. ,I I .1"h.1 1'11'1' **HurttUithT. Wines and Beer. I officers shall conduct the business
.-fr can be induced to enter the, that the funds necessary to meet such Whereas. G. D. Hogan has filed with the Ocala Banner a newspaper published if the corporation until those elected

II T i t-r.! -wn i' nlrol anii < payments will be available when the Board of Commissionersfor in said county and state.
the
County
knows. Hou shall
> .|...*' KMJ.I- >f r< ,i! ainl p"r on- race no one hers yet E at the first annual meeting
al pro.. : \ Jefferson B. Browne will doubtless, auie shall: become due and payableand Marion County. Florida his application This 25th. day of July 1907. qualify:

|\ T' : 11.\ 'iii-l ul thln." nw,...tI.tI make his announcement and Hou. W. constitute a charge against the for permit to sell liquors wines S. T. SISTRT K. President Edward Holder.

..r> 5 i.jti'1'f\' .f "'arryinis 1m and beer in Election District Xo. one Yice-PrE>sident. S. A. Rawls.
ii Klhs. it is understood will for- state.: and State citzien Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.
t p.. 1,1" t -- '" r. n Htth..rlJI"t. of said County ; any Secretary, G. C. Crom.

%KTHI.K HI mall)' announce soon. From Mariauna Section 2. Appropriations madt of such Election District may show H. L. AXDERSOX2G.; Treasurer Cal rence Camp. .

Capital ttoakTt for school purposes under act of! if there be at the meeting Complainant's Solicitor. Board of Directors Edward Holder
.j' >>f .".. I M i4td! ..t."'k ..t! conies the rumor that Hon. William any (cause any ,
thi- t" n .1.1 li.. flftv th'iu-- : H. Milton will enter the race, the legislature shall be payable out uf the Board to be held on Tuesday. Clarence Camp S. A. Rawls, G. C.
I the 3rd of September next. why Crom and Jack Camp.ARTICLE.
.".1 ,1 : I ,Ii i' i ,11\ i.i..I Inio .MWttar of the first funds available under the : day NOTICEOf
the
and would naturally
.. carry be granted. I VI.
> i"r x it'i* <*f .1hun- uch permit should not

.)*..! .-j.: > st"tli. i' h ..\\1 t of ""hkh! iiniiKth of West Florida in his cam provisions of this act, after payrneni S. T. SISTRUXK Application for Permit to Sell Liquors IndebtednessThe

,,n .' K .., i'l:t h. ,'.I\.lhl.' i iftf14't.I it In paign. of the salaries: of public officers, another Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners Wines and Beer. highest amount of indebtedness -

.. Florida. S-2 to which this corporation stall
current expenses as hereinbe :Marion County. Whereas Thomas H. Keating and
IVT
:
at any time'suhjt>ct itself is fine
T.,. Hun A. C. Croom's friends have re- fore provided, and the moneys foi NOTICEOf Roland L. Keating as copartners doing thousand dollars ($l.>00.00).
r r wnK-tl thl"fin. ..rp.rtli..n business under the firm name of I
w'-. .- i ) ,...,,, l"*au>dl> urged him to become a can- such appropriations shall be available Thomas H. Keating & Co., have filed I ARTICLE VI'

\ 11'- 'I.K V Iniatt- tor governor recognizing his as fast as they come in withoui Application for Permit to Sell Liquors with the Board of lounhCommis SubscribersThe

eMf'..<.. but waiting for the whole amount of any. Wines and Beer. sioners for Marion County. names and places of residenceof
of mind and character
-itvtiKtii(
\) f i'i ,ri, .r.it! ,.Y I Whereas, Harry J. Precht has filed FlorirJa.\1 the subscribers together with the
'. "t t4 I ,.,.....'.1..'" M> far Mr I 'room has declined to en- such appropriation to be received I with the Board of County Commissioners their application for permit to \ amount of capital stock subscribedfor

0' I :4. I"% .-r r...."\I' into the treasury. Florida his quors wines and beer in -
s .111 proportion for Marion County, application by each. is:
trict Xo. one of said Countand
i .f |II' -.ir- < "'
'1 ue Chickamauga battlefield mon for permit to sell liquors election Name Residence Shares
.
tt iti r- i X: > ii"i' I State; any citizen of such
wines and beer in Election District Edward Holder, ocala Florida. .10
.7. t.. t. .k !.i ::11 It \I r. Ellis should announce natu- unieut: commission met and organized I district may :show: cause. if any therebe.
Xo. of said County and State; any S. A. Rawls Ooala. Florida..10
one
;
.f .1 :M : 1. rI beheld
Board
? the of the to
.11' meeting
;, f i i \ '< 1"', r.t: ,\ I tti! ic will lita discussion of his but adjourned without taking any action citizen of such Election District may at the : rd day of Sep- Jack Camp. Ocala. Florida..10

j i ,11.4 '\\\1\. -LIe- "or" and unions the names men- when confronted with this condition show cause. if any there be, at the on Tuesday. such shouldnot Clarence! Camp. Ocala, Florida. .10
tember next why permit
.
, I,.( I. t.ll-l the meeting of the Board to be held on G. C. Crom. Ocala, Florida.11
which
that places appropriatiot
: .. i in' .1.1'I tar for attorney general be granted. S. T. SISTRCSK.Clerk .
\\1
flt .ihl" u I i! .". '"It. c I,l H ibi'ii Phillips of Tampa has met of $15ouO out of reach until the $5.:2.7nJ. next Tuesday why the such 3rd permit day should of September not be of the Board of County Commissioners County State of of Florida Marion.

.. cordial reception. Mr. .!>t) and the current expenses of ih Marion County, Florida.
1.\ 1T1.! !:1.i most granted. S. T. SISTRUXK Before me on this day ifersonally

\ '-I 'pC 1' j I'h.lli:: ; .> a young man who has mado government shall have been paid. Clerk of the Board of County Cammi.1sioners. : I NOTICEOf came Edward Holder. Clarence Camp

.. I. \\ |I" V \\d' in the front, and is one of The appropriations of $4oOt fo:] Marion County Florida b-2 S. A. Rawls Jack Camp and G. C.
l.l'l.I.I ; Crom. all to me well known to be the
t .V Liquors
well as one oft the Tampa and DeFuniak fairs an Application for Permit to Sell
I hi !t.-: popular as
NOTICE the
\\ I 'tITI4iI ,* .it S Wines and Beer. individuals who signed foregoing
of the state. 1Ict54 doubly tied up by the injunction suit; Athelt-
\I: : VIid.sInsu ti. abi.'M lawyers Whereas' Ocala House Wine Room proposed charter of the Ocala

IvM! the office of state's attorney tiled by Mr. Reese and Mr. Rowe t<) Of Application for Permit to Sell Liquors II. Williams Manager has filed ic Association. who severally acknowledged -
by
., 11.1.1.I l'irj -
'i' Wines and Beer. that they subscribed -
T r >r i'1 .n *h ct!' .it ,nv'r ill the sixth judicial circuit for two enjoin the comptroller from issuin; with the Board of County Commissioners to me
1' Wine Rooms
Whereas. Ocala House to the said proposedcharter
their names
ttiotiHatt''', and th for Marion County Florida.
11 !iftfiy and elected practicallywithout warrants for this amount by < :
was
I terms by II. Williams Manager has filed for to sell liquors for the uses and purposes
permit
?| 4 s MtTL" I r VII opposition. He is a graduate above law. JEFFERSON BELL. with the Board of County Commissioners its application. wines and beer in Election therein set forth and expressed.My .

......,.i for Marion County. Florida of said County and commission does not expire un
----- -- ; ... ....... sell liquors District Xo. one 1910.
-
r 11'.1 |11.< .' ofH r. -- -- -- -- application for permit to State citizen of such election district til the 10th day of October
.. ....tht-t' \i 'tth t h. wines and beer in Election District ; any hand and official seal
9 rt. r. communication to the East meat of $35.000. and the income is2O,7SO show cause if any there be Witness my
.' ."*! -i -k .ubarrttM-t fit In a No. one of said County and may of the Board to be tbis 11th day- of July, A. D. 1907.
the the meeting
operating expenses at
I. Coast Advocate a writer gives information $ per year State; any citizen of such Election of GEO. W. )MARTI;,
1. the ;3rd day Sep-
i'har"" held on Tuesday.
H. t being $}O,176 leavinga at
per year District show cause if any there State of Florida
U' 'I a ,t t. .rittll ::C of a method he has discovered may tember next why such permit should Notary Public
.
t 1' net revenue to tie city of $10.604 be at the meeting of the Board to be 71707.A
. "' 1+.,1.111. :::: I not be granted. S. T. SISTRUXK. Large.
i\ w r> c. ,t I Ii.irt.tat :: ed preventing stoves of all kinds I to be applied on the sinking fund to held on Tuesday. the 3rd day of Sep- Clerk of the Board of County Commis

\mi. II and stove pipes put away in the spring liquidate the outstanding electric not tember be granted.next why S.such T. SISTRUXK permit should, sioners. Marion County Florida. 8-2 chaplain recently shot a soldier

I '. r-cn,>d lIlIth..r- from rusting during the hot and humid light bonds and apply on the current Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners for trying to steal his bronze cannon.
I I is not only strong i
.,,, t: i.. ng.t The ruling passion
I Florida. 8-2
-
of the city.Imrnigration Marion County.
; running expenses been sent as a delegate -
\\ I l' i\ ..1.1 to me w.-ll I months of Florida when they are .I I in death but strong in old age. Gero- He should have
Industrial Record.
Edition
h' .Irrn- .1
conerence.-Atlan.
I hltl. *
.. '.r \'I' ....-.I HMft.-r .,r I not in use. Any rust spots should I NOTICE nimo aspires to go on the, war path to the Hague

II' <..,mpaa'. who It'v I The Postoffice Business. I again. I ta Journal
1', u.4 I LI' flm be removed with fine sand pap Of Application for Permit to Sell Li- I

4 '... .i I '1\" t.. 1 t h.\' I I should I We have no question that a private Wines and Beer. I --
t" Ih., .ali *.r. Then the stoves or pipe quors. -
f i...'. ,''1,1 ptir. I if the paid Whereas. the Carmichael aIM Son I
I to them with a fine corporation, : government I Board of :
f .", >, It ht *-pr.'..oil have applied Co.. have filed with the
: r' I I hi ," .,'nl"- I cloth a solution of beeswax I the postage on its own business. County Commissioners for Marion : -
", ''' liru b or
..'.! f.r th.I County. Florida. their application for Mc1VE 1 a MkC1OYFURNITURE /
I R
'
\I ,.,y ,' ,.,, ",'la. or parafin in benzine or gasoline, aI'1.'Ct' could do the business done by the permit to sell liquors. wines and beer !

.
It M" 1 '". <\A\ | | about as large as a walnut to a postoffice department at much less in Election District Xo. one of said ,

., \ \ .. shaved fine to in- than is imposed County and State: any citizen of such ; DEALERSWE
.-l! ..ff 'd .11 pmt of the fluid, cost to the people now .
'I II Election District may show cause if.
; '" .f JitH \ ft 1'">7 -uiv dissolving rapidly. A little upon them. Whether it could there be. at the meeting of the

'In. \V M \ 1TI' 1 puwden-ii stove blacking may be add- I do it with the capital named is not I any Board to be held on Tuesday the :Srd C.lUny EVERYThING IN TIlE LINE OP

,. .. .- '- i-d afu-r the wax is all dissolved. This I so certain. Whether it would do it I day of September next why such permit :

sO' 'Ci Or MAITI""$ SALE Miluti.itihfii the solvent has evap- with on the whole. the same satisfaction -\ should not be grante.}. House Furnishings Parlor SuitsRugs
SiSTRUXK.
S. T.
,I It> oiai-l. It-axes a thin coating of wax I to the people is also doubtful. j i Clerk S-2 of the Board of County Commissioners Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and Reed
tii-il
.. of ii mi thf iron which preserves it. This I The express business of the nation is i Marion County. Florida. ,

II.tlI.h! \\' 1t and ____ Suits 'Dining Room SuitsIn
1 i 1:00 i\.iliuMr information as many j carried on by private enterprise. : Bed Room

t'\,. II': 1"lurt sadly dis- \ which is -i NOTICE and Oak.
I \ .to\l' anil heaters have a that is a business comparable Mahogony, Birch. Birdseye : of all kinds-Mohogany

I -,?'n' ,,f Klor n-puMMt1! look after they have been. I in amount with the mail business: t I and Oak. I I:
1
,1 I ,.f Ju' \ 1', *"" In ,.lort'.! a,\ay for the summer. \ but the aggregate capital involved is; I Application for Tax Deed Under Maple | China ond Crockery

'. \tttix in I' '. n'mt much larger than that mentioned as i j Section S of Chapter v Laws:: Mission Furniture Complete line-Dinner Sets and

M 11I1\ rtII .1.1. in i: Ocala's Electric Light Plant adequate for doing the mail business. j of Florida In all the different finishes Odd Pieces

\4 I 1. ('\' \ .If I ka: t Tin1 progressiveness of Ocala is and the charges to the public are +! j I Xotice is hereby given that J. L

c'h".4I'-r i Yon Both the '!'Parser purchaser of tax certificate
I' S lithe fact that the city is the 1 1t atively much higher. : post .

i 1. (, t dan' \\ ht.r'ht i !>ho" u light plant. The office department and congress han 1 !: Xo. 337; dated the 1st day of June. A.liD. .

.""ItI&l1"'"'.1 I "11t'1'la!I o..DI'r of its electric of the best equipped in steadily refused to increase posta! | 19 ti.: has filed said certificate' in ;i All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers

t '11t'' "Ili" "'tr.... plant: ione and is fully adequate to facilities so as to include the lighte r'jmy; office and has made application and Upholstering Goods
n to< the Ma'e.
I .fI!. r ft'r si''I' an1p | The business that is' profitabl,\'I for tax deed to issue in accordance
of the city. express
needs Stoves
the Cook
.,:h..1 hId nupplx Said certificate embrace: Heaters Ranges ,
., tiit : well lighted and at prac- undertaken by European governmentsas i | with law. j, ,

I street* are refused to estal.- following described property sit, Pirtuiv.framed and! unframed and Picturv -
to the municipality. they have also | the Full Line uf Ip-to-dAtH' ,
tu-alb no cost \ ,
A. 0. 1901in bank Marion county, Florida.. to Full stock of
I 1It..d..1 t mHr lft& Last September the city purchased fish a postal savings systei'juated I in Mouldings.:

,.... IIIKT O"jla. and such as is established in most civilized 1- i| wit: South half of northeast quarteiof
"' .if e'; .'tI 11 an entire new' set of dynamos and southeas Farm and Turpentine Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles
I. I \." t ujr- other machinery, and now have themintailed countries. In fact our postoffic e northwest quarter ,

ftl. at puhUt f for the peopl e of northwest quarter, section
I "> K |' order. The department does less quarter .
Studebaker.And
.. in good running Exelusiveale of the best wagon on l'arththe
I .\' I lit .lif'l"'d pro'.> consists of 30 miles oi than that of any other advanced an d 1130 I township 14, south. range 22.. carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.
,1"1'1"' i .tipnieut: land b,>
"i ..f 0* Westing- highly developed community. Bo;'least L -56.43 acres. The said
UH) kw. A.
1:1" I"I' I'I i itvd wire, two I the date of the issuance
ting assessed at
11".iflt'r.
/ '" I' and one 50 light A. C ton Herald.
.
''' l,(;> hou,e dynamos : certificate in the nam
I: I I such
,V i '* I of
It' both being directly con Brick. Linv. Cement Pla ter.
t Mario I" .a"!r. arc dynamo. Nicely Put Unless said rtif.cat' Paints aid
unknown.
of
lIar-
owed with two 145-horse power BuildingMaterial Hair, Lath :;hin lt5. )
,, fhtHWOl, ** me:F be redeemed according tf) law
Wood is used for The Review-Herald, a Kansas new!s- shall
,' .aid a.rn-'f r. burg engines. issue thereon on th<: Flintkote Roofing
it" .Lf to the chronicles a birth in that stat:e tax deed will Oils
270 patrons paper I
,
I I. fuel. There are I I
i.HKIMIKM: A. D. 1S"7.;
: of August
fashion day
26th
and the charges are 10 cents i after the following : White Lead, Yarni-he} Etc.
.
\\ r'" I'! plant from the wing of tiI le Witness my official signature am I I
aT' !
-i- incandescent lights i A feather Paints.
for Ala tine and MagniteVaIl
kolowatt D.d Wall Paper. a
per A.
I
; the 24th day of July.
!HUH kiliwatt for pow. I angel of love dropped into the lap <)f seal this
will
and eight cents per trial. ,We will not be undersold and please
*. S. T. SISTRl K. find give us a p
: '
> of Mr. I
C. ***. ... I has sufficient capacitjto motherhood at the home an
IJ "r. The plant Co.. Fla
Walz on the 2 'th of thi is Clerk Circuit Court. Marion
Mrs. Henry I & Mackay.
additional patrons. elver
2 lIt)
for
Ir care D. C.
Jr.
ldnlll1Jh "I"n By H. B. Foy I
ut ) 7-26:
Mr :/f ', .1 "t'r The plant represents: an invest month.

'*'u' u. I '('ata I



'



4 a.. -, ,_ '.9ER .',MA 3 .:k ;- ""s s; lS= a'fi"y: <-!;a' }-.
._
...
"
_, + .. _. .
r :;11II-7.' >
; = = =
: ... ... .. :::-- c =-
Y -s. -aD -- c- -B- "SOOOOOOOtiOOOCOOOO- ''-:'' :::r. : ::--7 .- -,-- ---- -
=
!C.- -
:
.;. .JIO a- -k a -

1

.d. ,


*. I.
-
= ,, r


BEa'r : :I 00"O3OOOOO000000000:00000'' :I A West Florida Man Combines Farming Ocala House Wine RoonS.) .1 I I II


OO ON TOBACCO J; and Running a NewspaperThe 1
ALBERTUS -
t
O : Pensaeola Journal recently so':: : I IHy"I'H) -

o AND OTHER THINGS !: out a special edition devoted to ta-'

t l SEEDS: o o C wonderful resources of Chiple and OLD EGHANY

o a Washington county it is a beaur.ui
I c er u year) ,, o TJ-! Tobacco lh- World has Ever K,i wn was (jrvu ; -
J s',...outeI o = edition and brings that st''tiont 1
,a.. .. fllArt. a i.--ar 'Jcala A Canal tn ru S'lve-: :pringN, Would l .p. PURE RYE.
es a .1 o to the front. It is the only count
I : r "t : Make Ocala the Ou.....i 1,1 Fl ,rnla Ciiie i o .
? Ii" l' P--y- n in Florida that can brag of possessing r.
-. .
1907Sted
" 0000000000000'000o000000000oooooOOOOOOC. real mountains. The quantity) oi.
f uaual I' .n ttyIltetJ : 'VJ Qts

.c u 1e'rat. fERRY xth 6 to.. :. : ...Und, Fla., July 26, 1907. taiions neat Ocala and their posterity stuff its fates succeed in wringing': Put up 4 full

.. .. living on and near these famousold from the soil is really marvelous and
Banner
K ::'or of the Ocala :
\ plantations grow and cure much'of gratifying. One instance may be: cited in Fancy Cartoons
j".. .-ncouraged in the facts of
the tobacco they use in this very :

JESLS CONSTANT LOVE :>-r-or.al letters to me, saying so. day. "Old Daddy Caesar" told me: Mr. Charles E. Wilson, owner and
at
Delivered
many nice things of myself and writ that they brought that tobacco, and ; editor of the Washington County Verdict : your

.<. ttc-n for the cala Banner.) i ings, and seeing, too. that the Sunday Bennet seed with them from Africa. I I a few years ago was a journeyman -

If it... distressed and fain would 1 1IC Times-Union has copied my letter The tobacco grew very tall and the I printer on the Pensacola Jour-!' Express Office \

l':.' T about tobacco lands in Marion leaves were very thin and long, and .:nal. He went over into Washington I

grim* 'I .hr'. l I..f !..m La-T! t.r.'o; I county, as have other papers throughout narrow, and when cured by those old countand purchased him a sixty-;, Fo i ) bP ) ()

Our Father. i the country, I am going to write negroes would twist up as tight and I Ii i acre farm and is now living like a'': .1d

}', .*. *-.nw an" help are quite ber ; you more along the same lines.In strong as rope and contained the I'prince of the realm. He owns and

-.a\" flEa 1877-78 I was in the United smallest stems I ever saw. I have no i I edits the paper as a mere pastime. write foi

< 'to'; Tf.J J -'u? fir 'J!-, States marshal's office as chief or doubt that the same seed is still kept I i tie farms and his farming means: Regular $1.00! a Quart Whiskey;

\\ hart in H-a\''-n.TL ,field deputy, under Major Sherman pure and cultivated every year by old ;i farming. He has all kinds of domestic : complete Price list.

u ihonfit mercy, therefore for;Conant, the best marshal Florida ever "Daddy Caeser" old Henry Baker and ; animals and fowls. He raise? .

the mete l I bad. On one of my trips to Ocala I old man Affie, and the Michael ne;I I istuff. It was a day in June and this

W'to pea ..' 'I 1''.. .. ",:t.u.ngil : found an old negro woman Minta groes. If it is, you need not send to 1 1i i i is what the Journal representai\t-: : Rooms.

(; 11.; ,*.-il t>e* Thy narnf Wallace out on Exposition street. Cuba for Vuelta-a-ba-ho. just get the I saw with his own eyes: Field corn in Ocala House Wine

Of a'l! i .' "..-,-n-!' east up the sum making and selling cigars. It was seed from some of those old Africans -! silk cotton knee high, sugar cant-

$b'w U. Tb> J.AS and let my duty to seize her stock of tobacco and if they have let it die out i waist high, pop corn broom corn cassava CALA.> N'LORIUA.. (

1 tj\ kingdom come. and cigars and ship them to Dennis find out where you can get the same peanuts. velvet beans sweet potatoes

no oral arc. and a'tT from their Eagan, Then collector of internal seed in Africa; get it and plant it on I Irish potatoes tomatoes. lima -- ... ---

b:rill I revenue at Jacksonville. There were the Marion county clay lands and get beans, pole beans onions collards. ............4......4 .4.+ ..........1.........1.....
1 .
Thou .i-Mtit art about 3000 of those finished cigars in these same old negroes to grow and I lettuce cabbages, radishes, turnips 4

Thwill bein.! .. un farth. the seizure and 500 pounds of tobacco. cure it for you and the Gadsden and 1 I!cucumbers artichokes, okra, peppers. 4 4 OGALA'S BIG MAIL ORDEIj HOUSE. i
.
Thou n.. .lt-f the earth! a- well asp Old "Aunt Minta" told me the Leon county tobacco planters will I squash, citrons, watermelons, canta- 4 4 4.

itf.O :4.\.n. tobacco was grown and cured by old flock into Marion county for seed and loupes, blackberries cherry trees 4

Th> na:..' I... 1.os..1] } h. r.. I Sam Taylor, a full-blooded African lands and then do you get some plug !i peach trees Japanese persimmons 4 4

\- 'Min H-d\.n on the homestead of her husband. and smoking tobacco factories at ( figs, grapes, scuppernongs, Satsuma 4 4 G. D. HOGAkIHaving r!

lliu'binJt.- hato utor debts to Robin Wallace, five miles southwestof Ocala, and put an Allis-Chalmers ':orange trees apple trees, sunflowers 4 4

pa Ocala, on the Tampa road. WhenI steam shovel into Silver Springs and I for chicken feed, millet, Mexican cover 4 4

E1I't+pt 'I 1 > "n! Klf i it W reported the seizure at Jacksonville dig a slack water canal to Ocala. I rape; and amongst the ornamental -I. 4 4 4 4

<,Ira I ua this day and the finished cigars were delivered Start in at the lower or Robinson trees and flowers were: Camphor 4 purchased the saloon property formerly 4

'Whr.. .T, to cloth1us:: herewith to Judge Thomas Settle of North landing dig it about 60 feet wide and I trees, banana plants climbing ro"es. .4 operated by W. McGrath: and made many improvements ..

h.. f.l 1 Carolina Judge Stickney from Massachusetts 10 feet deep. The water will if vue lilies and many other plants and on same, I am now prepared to handle : ,

For wit- hit Thee we pant then rnited States district proper level are followed back up to shrubs which grow so readily in this :
mail orders with the greatest facility. The large variety :

Wwaii"* 1"11'ant no faults for nod the Astor block and Eagan's office to not be effected. and then steam The dinner the Journal representative of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Beers, Etc., now 1 4

., la" ee! I see the seizure and each tried one of boats will fetch your stuff into town. I sat down to resembles a Marion :. carried d enables me to fill the order of everyone Iin :

BUT got!..- iu silk ; .the cigars. It is enough to say that The canal will last forever and gondolas -I county picnic dinner, and it was all : short notice. The premises are now fitted up especially 1 :

Funcuc us our trespasses. when this lot was sold the above gen and gondoliers and guitars and I grown on the farm. Here is a part of 1 for this class of the business! and your orders will
No mat, from sinning ever free did tlemen bought it all for their own girls! and when that waterway has the menu: 4
I i be filled the received and 4
came day they are shipped
)Uv.Forgive smoking, and had Roberts & Bent, taken the place of the old wagon The Journal representative says I 4

u., i-ord. our tins then operating a cigar factory in road that you and I and our girls usedto there were roasting ears Irish potatoes -'I.. on the first train. In your next order include 4.

.\. wp forgive.If Jacksonville, to make the other lot of know, Frank! and-well, your tomatoes, stewed and sliced onions

w.* r. pent\ our faults Thou ne'er leaf tobacco into cigars for them- grandson and my two splendid baby '. cucumbers lettuce, butter. eggs. i: Hogan's XXXX Rye i 4J

di
V,.- pardon and used only the best songs they'll sing to the now-a-days II ate such chicken in my life. !: The Best Goods on the Market i

Them that trespass againstu I brands of cigars and no doubt Brant- little misses of Ocala will make what "By the way how do you like that 4

-. i ley Weathers will remember the Min you and I, Frank, used to sato their chicken?" asked Rev. Edw. Wilson. 4 4 \
I G. D. HOGAN
Forgive Oim-that is past-a new ta Wallace cigar plant. In any event mammas, tame. And "once upon a father of my host, as he helped me 4ii 4

path lead us; i Minta told me that Agnew & Co., and time," Frank the things that we said to another: portion.

Direct italwais in Thy faith W. J. McGrath bought practically and the songs that we sung to them "It is great" I replied. "Do you ii: : Ocala Florida. f :

And Ipad us- of her output. Old Sam Taylor who Frank put the cherry blossoms in have chicken for dinner every day?" :

l'.. Thine own people, and Thy choH I grew and cured this tobacco was their cheeks, the wistful, gladsome "Not every day. but we could easily -i 14 +4it

, nation |born and reared on the gold coast of light of heaven in their eyes and the do so if we wanted it," replied the ;
I I Oldest WhisHey\ House in Central Florid I
Into all tru'h !Jut !Africa, brought by a slaver named music of happy harp strings in their elder Wilson, "and now that you I. ] t

Not into temptation. i Holcroft to the United States and hearts and champagne into their have expressed a liking for it. I'll Ml 't t .
4444444444.444+4444444444-4444444444.4.44444444444M. .
I I Thou that of all good graces art the I sold to Capt. John M. Taylor, with young blood, and God, he was as glad you that it is not chicken at all. but ,

Glv"-r. about fifty other Africans. as us. Here's good luck to the baby it is one of my silver gray Belgian

Suffer us not to wander. i At Port Royal S. C., about 1853 girls of our girl friends, and as for hares-I'll show them to you aft'-r .. -. <<.1iII_ _.___1- --. "

Hut deliver j my uncles. Dr. D. A. Vogt. and Jacob our boys be they sons or grandsons dinner." ; r. 1

Ua from the fierce" assaults of world i|M. Vogt and the Becketts also bought God, our God, he will be, as He has I had eaten jack rabbit on th I A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. Bouvier

and devil j!a lot of Africans out of the same ever been to you and I, Frank, very plains and had, at various times, par : I

And flesh; M shall Thou free I cargo, and every one of these negroesI good to our boys and to our girls. ticularly when nothing better was in I

UB from all evil. I grew their own chewing and smoking Your friend sight, thought I liked it. But I nev 'rate Announcement

e "io these. petitions let women and ALBERTUS VOGT. anything so good as that Belgian
i I I
laymen hare. After dinner I had a look at
I plan-THE ...- --. ----- \W have
------- -- -- --- just purrhuMil I the
With of splendidly equipped
one consent heart and voice the beauties. There were Belgians .
'. | tion of the physical condition of the i j machinery plant of the and
Cline
Yonge
1-
I reds. silver grays blacks and h*a\y- iI Company,
Amen! I ABOUT RIGHT railroads; also a bill regulating the weights and Flemish giants weighing I I I and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and
charges of express companies in certain
when grown 12 to 16 pounds. IT Ii adjoining counties. \Ve make a specialty of repairing W
Jndfinc by I I The Banner seems to have arrived cases; also a bill requiring the
one two
or stray para.J'QIaI -! seems to me that the Belgian harf- ytetm I
pumps gas engines, etc.
telegraph companies to promptly deliver -
that have recently appeared ,at about the same conclusion we had industry ought to prove a profitable
telegrams. This we think us quote you prices.*.
I.. f Io the Jacksonville papers the Salvatti -; reached in this matter. To be brutally one anywhere.I ILd I\
( shows Peter in rather bad
: up a light
Army in that
city is
l making the frank Peter and Claude take I have gone into some details con-
t (gi rtllltian religion beautiful by mak- as a preventer, and while Claude no. cerning Mr. Wilson's farm to show
Ocala
i it themselves too seriously and in turn doubt felt keenly his responsibilityas Gas Engine
log practical It is devoting its efforts what can be done in a short time bya I
t toward saving bodies well !take one another too seriously. Peter a "state saver" he also had an eye I
as as I little intelligent direction and en
t saving\ soul Humanity can do its : has an idea that all the railroads in peeled for Claude. What he was more ergy. Mr. Wilson is living there, top- Company
t ,
I particularly interested in than in
Pest saving
: work
down in the slums where I the state would be torn up root and pier and better and with greater prospect :;-
I the state was the defeat of LL4-----
an
a Lflping band
is needed and it is branch, if he did not make his bien- of a prosperous future than he amendment
tee the Salvation I to the state printing bill
I Army in Jacksonville
could ever have working on a w--kl>
and : nial visits to Tallahassee, and Claude and the enactment of an item in the
elsewhere
does its best salary in the city. Any other man

work. Its members make it their just knows the octopus would run off appropriation bill carrying an extra on a salary can do the samp ....1.............
I tualness five thousand "plunks" for public working .....................4..NN......
to save frail unfortunate i i with the state if he were not oa hand thing. The salaried man gets paid .

t mea and women from disease star-:!:every rainute the legislature is in ses printing. The one he wanted defeated simply for the time he is working. : WANT BIG CHOPS THEN USE ,IDEAL
I |
ration was passed and the one he wanted FEpjTILZE
and death.
That is sion.
the application They are honest in this. Irs but the crops and gardens grow nll Ul- i .
l. of the principles of true relig-i:the way with some people. But, as passed was defeated. It necessarily times Sundays and holidays, and! i : f OUR
follows that if Claude BOOKS WILL TELL YOU
ioa: to succor those who need to be! we said, they take themselves too se- couldn't do a when the owner gets sick or goes I .

t taccoml The application of the 1; riously. We are informed on what better job at saving himself, hecouldn't fishing. The real source of wealth I : 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES"-A com- "IRISH POTATOES"-Book on

principle to a single case is worth all!appears to be good authority that the very well be an important is in the soil and the real source of plete manual on Florida crops. "Soil, Seed, Planting and CultiTa- t
factor in saving the I
the eloquent i iI state.
fulminations tbat one legislature used to- meet about every happiness Is in making it out of the : Effect of Fertilizers .
Digging
,

can hear from This lain illustration of their impotence ORANGES"tion
the "FLORIDA
pulpit during aI two years before Peter or Claude ever soil. I : Shipping." 4

wbole year. It is. mores the pity,! saw the red hills of old Leon, and in legislative matters should j special interest to orange grow "PINEAPPLE

;I rarely applied in our day and time i i I tradition has it that these meetings r we think, convince the public that Why and Wherefor I : era. special interest FERTILIZING"to :.
there is no occasion for pineapple
from the i about
except Salvation concern
Army corps got on moderately well with the : *
at'l Claude shot his g'owers.
L'Engle
motor full
1 and from that any controversy that arise be- :
devoted band of noble fairs of state minus the may "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES"-
I. presence
of into the air I IDEAL FERTILIZERS" +
; Christian tween the two. surprises and like the Book
heroines the Sisters of either of them. e Booklet on "Foil, Varieties
If it is true that Peter story book "they fell to earth WP!; Cul all of our different brands, analy- 4
Mercy. The stint the tel
recent incidents related The whole gist of the Sun's : tivation and "
Fertilization
\ ,. story "
I know not where The air was charged i' sex, prices, etc. :
e !. of the Sal'ationrmy corps in'' was to show that it was Claude and egrams in the case he was certainly j I j
for i. for about one week with alternating -: New and revised edition 4
I gunning small of
j Jacksonville is giving to religion the I It : Peter for it-Claude and Peter, Peter 1 1w game, and if the above .1Ubt published, free for a>kng.
l beauty of holiness. Claude feared that Peter was about I I and direct currents of electricity 4 4
w
i and Claude. Claude was good and *
i to appropriate the which passed rapidly up and down i WILSON
state to his &
own I TOOMER 4
[ Peter was bad. The whole thing is I FERILTIZER COMPANY
the state between Tallahassee
r behoof his fears were not well founded. ': anll'l ,
Mr J. J. :downright laughable isn't it? 4
Hyman who lost now
a greatquantity Tampa.i The rest of smaller !; : l d
: The tsate was really in no dan- us fry JACKSONVILLE( FLA. ,
; of turpentine boxes by fire.; Peter trying to get Claude out of from I i stood with fear stricken faces as those I'
Peter. ;
i'j !r last spring has entered suit against town for a few days so he could runaway ger But why the [ "big uns" tore holes in the ambient''II .+4.444444444444444.4...4..4444.$444...1p4,444......4 .
i ; I the Seaboard Air Lane in this county '! with the state and Claude standing pursue subject? To '
I i think of it is to laugh, and then laugh I atmosphere and shot and cut and ...-- .----. __ ... ,
...
for $: ,*""), alleging in his bill that like a stone wall against the wiles h
fought and bled on paper. Was anyjone i
again at the whole ludicrous
l the defendant company is responsible !of Peter is as comic as the best of the mess.- r
I Starke Telegraph. hurt? Nary one. If CJal1d ', I!
for bis loss. This is one of the 'colored supplements.
largest McMillan
; I (I charges tre true they do not constitute Bros.
suits ever filed in Nassau county I The writer of these few lines was
I a crime. And the other side
{ and will prove of great interest to all I more or less observant of matters as Governor Broward might make I
I seems hardly able to make a case
naval stores operators. It is under! they wobbled along during the last himself solid for a cabinet position' Southern
against Claude because he touched Copper Works
stood that the defendant will endeavor -!i session of the legislature, and he failed by taking his family on a visit to: off his pyrotechnics. Peterkin has I'I'I (

i to prove that the fire was not set I to see any great big chunks of ice President Roosevelt while in the i I gone on his vacation. No news from \

p by the companiy's engines and that i cut by either Claude or Peter. It is north. Eight children, all girls and : Stovall. Claude is wearing the gov Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
1
I the wind was in a contrary direction I generally understood, we believe, that all products of Florida, would win the i I ernor's rain coat which is said to be

I CD the day the fire caught to what the I Peter's efforts are directed at the pre- president's admiration.Miami Me bullet proof and the case has rested. and General Metal Workers. t

; bill of }Ir. Hayman. claims.-Fernandina : vention of legislation affecting the tropolis.The .
The heated term Is over. A delicious

J Record. I corporations. The legislature passed quiet rests over the peninsula again Old Stills taken in ;'1
l a bill placing a license tax of $10 for
per state comptroller has ruled and unless a new candidate for governor through the exchange nens.. Patching
President Roosevelt did not hesitate I mile the railroads of the I country a
on state; that, under the new saloon license flaps his wings and crows, our I Wire will receive specIalty. Orders by mail or ,

l to bring Russia and Japan to also a bill authorizing the railroad law counties will get $500 and states slumber will not be broken again for I follrwmg works prompt. attention at either of the l }.. I

terms, but he wisely) shied at tackling commission to employ a special attorney $500 of new license fee of $1000. New some time. Did it pay? Certainly advertising ..
i [ i. that North Carolina situation.-Atlan-: to enforce its orders also a law
limits
; city license on saloons to FAYETTEVILL
i always pays.-Orlando Star- N. C.
to Journal. bill giving the commission jurisdic- $'50. Reporter. I' SAVANNAH GA f

JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE| a'LA i J




'r4 L ..... *:""'L""" ';:, -' ....;" -.-.."i W' 70..1.f_.' b.---._.r...z;; -""- .. .
.y r j T
.._
k
-- -
.....-
.
: :.- -
:
.Jai.... 4'-- .Io4'< .. t.1- ; ftr Y .



-
,
-









L J

;M PROFESSIONAL CARDS THE ANTI'S SW\N SONG. I I A SAD AFFAIR I 7f, ':

-..._. I i iI ---- I
I Oh dear! Oh dear! I IWhat's Although opposed to the publication ;
f w. H, POWERS, M. D. I r4 C
this I hear? ; I Ii of sensational doings. the Ocala Banner ; w
i The first of the OCR y /
P't: :, I'1.1N AND SURGEON. I year I"" is compelled to note an unfortunate /
Xor booze, nor beer?

Office Yoose BJocfc. I shed a tear. i.I i..in' this affair city.that has recently occurred if4n /?, .. .I/l

'
0l \ FLORIDAT. i No more of the pungent pink ice tea, '
I Some months ago a young man hail "
--- ', That's brewed by B. & B.? I '.-

E. BiGGS.: I No more the grateful ;in and lime I ing from Tampa came to Ocala and I

Dispensed by Cousin Oppenheim? I found employment with the Ocala

MTOSXEY LAW. No more to rust the nimble can, Evening Star as a linotype operator. ,

No more to ask the revenue man? This man, whose name is Shackle- : 1l .

Law Library Building No more the Rose ford, left a young wife and child in :

WAI.. FLORIDA The fairest flower that grows and blows Tampa, but passed himself off here : '

_. -- No more liquor, cold or hot, as a single man. i /fit.4'r. I

E. W. DAVIS. Nothing that will hit the spot lIe sought and obtained board at i By universal testimony Red Rock f

When a gent is hot or cold, I the: Spellman House, and found there !

ATTORNEY AT LAW When he's feeling young or old? I a young, innocent, unsophisticated r Fruit Punch has been awarded

No more corn and no more rye? girl, a Miss Margaret Caldwell whom I
the palm of It and"success
Gary Dlock.ot..4.fJ Catch me for I faint, I die! Mrs. Spellman in the goodness of her unqualified superiority. assures distinctiveness

: t FLORIDA But though they've put the demon rum heart, had given. a home and upon ,I to all social functions, and should be prepared in accordance

-- On the bum whom she had showered a mother's !: with the following:

R. D. affection. j I
.
FULLER.DENTIST. wager some I i FPRMULAQuantity

Tat if the worst comes to the wore,, The young man gave this girl his ( Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests)

Over Munroe & Chambliss Bank i'u still have my immortal thirst. wife's jewels and employed every art i ito ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE

OCALA. FLORIDAJ. Montgomery, in Atlanta Journal. win her affections, and unfortunate'I'''I 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE

ly succeeded in his I 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES i

E. CHACE, D. D. S. ANENT CLAUDE The wife hearing of her husband's }I
Crush oranges and lemons chop pineapple fine cover with
I perfidy, came to Ocala and exposed sugar,
I allow to stand for 3 hours out the juice and add to this the
DENTIST.Holder (Contributed.) him. and finally had him arrested and I press juice

Brother L'Engle is now in a tangle, placed in jail, but some sort of com- pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add

Block. And doesn't know how to get out; promise was effected by the husband's the four quarts of Red Rock.

()('.\I.A. FLORIDA pretended and
So in his despair he thinks of hot air \ repentance promise of

And freely is using his mouth. reform.
The young woman went to Miami

Jerry Burnett By his lighted tapers he is cussing the and spent some time with friends, and ABE BROWN &. BRO., WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTING AGENTS, OCALA k

papers those in Ocala who had her care and
--- --- ---
That are not on his side, with the I keeping: fondly thought that the unfortunate THE
TALK OF THE TOWN

MerchantTailoring. Sun, But it was incident not to had be ended. John B Stetson University
But his strength is all spent and his so. The Big Sale of Furniture at Smith

sole argumentIs The tempter was still at work and & Roberts' an UnprecedentedEvent I Four Colleges :and Five Technical Schools r

: "You are a son of a gun!" continued to pursue the fated girl in Ocala's HistoryA DeLAXD FLO KM DA

with promises and blandishments.On .
;. I representative ofthe Ocala Banner Affiliated with the University of Chicago.
But in wild despair he is pulling his Monday night the infatuated and
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Tt standards those of the University
hair, I misguided girl turned her back on attracted by the great crowds are -
of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both
home and friends and boarded the the furniture
Florida For no one is willing to fight; entering store of Smith
Ocala
,
Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs.
So now there's a lull, and while bus- north bound train for Jacksonville, & Roberts on North Magnolia street,
Finest Imported! find iness is dull, where she was met by Shackleford, COLLEGE OF LA Graduates of this College are admitted to practice -
of
yesterday, out mere curiosity step-
law in Florida without examination.
Domestic Cloths. I guess he'll go out and get tight. and: the couple registered at one of
the Jacksonville hotels as Mr. and ped into the store to interview one COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-

Cutting a vSpecialty Mrs. S. S. Eve. of the proprietors in reference to th Mechanical, Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses Itad-

FITS Guaranteed. THE NAVAL STORES MARKET ing to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment.
So far as the young woman is con big sale they are conducting, and
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. lJookk"f'i
cerned that ends
a chapter in her life. which is causing so much comment.
f This has been a week devoid of She bis not by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective course open la
: only put a cloud her '
upon
I We were referred to Mr. M. S. Lh "
any especial developments in the own career that will last her until the other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.

f fEduIion by Mail I spirits turpentine market. Opening judgment day, but she has brought ston, manager of the Furniture Sales I PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard,

at 55 1.4 cents the market remained grief and mortification! to her: family, Company of Chicago, reputed to be Yale, Princeton, Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges

Ha letting brIDe or employment to get an edntlioo. that until afternoon NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS. Kindergarten in its bulkS-
' t'Nrr.oaly.l&r.ttme.tudytugathome.Bd at price Thursday friends and bent f. one of the greatest advertisers of own

<.t-....ii&tr hbetone, inUknwtie,Scuncf, iUstory.Latin.ete ktl,'ebra, Geometry.OrMuiur .. when it moved up a fraction, being iurniture sales in this country.On ing. 2. Primary and Grammar Scbool in separate building. These a boola

Tk.r*.(klyT..chtby ) 1L Teachers aided posted Wednesday morning at 55 l- '. New Cure "4&jniake Bites ., (1 especially prepare Public School teachers
10 of.u('(vsa.r tal'tfrui being asked how he mana0 > '
to rr-rM 4 ruiiiuuitluiu.tau,l 1.liniKS.l'alatka.Th'e yra. .}' i! cents, at which figure it continued MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos, ieparale;
Old-timers in t | Veht :are looking draw such crowds to the Smith
I !! during the remainder of the week. Re- large building, large faculty, thorough courses of study.
upon Dr. J. H.TC&: ?. who settled in Roberts he answered that it
j ceipts showed: some improvement overthe & store, ART SCHOOL-New Studio. Costly casts, models etc.

-- same: week of last )'ear.. Denver a shoyQJHW" a.:l), as something was simple enough-just the judicioususe Stetson has a faculty of 43 professors and instructors. They boW degrees -

It id i reported that several producers ; of an ieoc Kfcf. From time of printer's ink, and plenty of it, from the University of Chicago, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth. Columbia

ordered their I stuff: tanked during the immemorial it bat j! eeu tie custom Toronto, Wake Forest, Louisville, Bowdoin, Utrecht, Bucknell., t'oh'@nU
and a class of goods that people can-
Marion week, preferring to carry it and take religiously I carried but to nil a man of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over UOO.Oe)).M to
up with whisKf attt :r a -nake bite. not help but appreciate."I .
the speculative chances on it hereafter. buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an
This cure for snake! bt[.' is the oldest I find no road too long for me to
of volumes beautiful with softly furnishings
n'I5t,.;t Hotel. Probably Suuu casks are in the endowed library over 13,000 ; a chapel(
.. Iltl'Ill'III\I Savannah tanks at this tim Everybody known.: Now comes Dr. Phelps who I travel, nor hill too steep to climb," including stained glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a J10.000.W ptf e
says the custom is a relic of barbar- said Mr. Livingston. "In all sorts of
DUNNELLON FLORIDA is now looking forward to the organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatus; an enclosed Athletic ttM,

opening of the fall trade next mouth. ism. He would substitute for it hypodermic weather, hot! or cold, I go where few running track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, beside swimming

On it depends the future of the arti-,I injections of iodine. travel, through woods, through golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men awl lI'o.r;

Rati1.5"; to Sv'.oO per clay, I cle. I "Tincture of iodine injected into tbe swamps, and wade streams, if necessary ten large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Mineralogy aad

The phenomenal demand for common veins near the bite will stop the poison -I to reach habitation. The hum Biology; several large museums and shops; electric lights, electric W.,

Undert'w Management rosins, to which attention has spreading to the rest of the system blest log cabin and the palatial man steam heat, cement walks, shell roads, broad avenues, pacious csttprua.

and will cure the victim without I sion look alike to me-I reach the social musical and other stu lati' elate itr
and trees
R--furnishetl Throughout.: several times been directed, continues shrubbery ; literary ;
discomfort to him," is the statement people at their firesides, and look for
without abatement. I lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The tocmtloa It beautiful
made by Dr. "1 have yourself at the rpoiiltr. Does this
Phelps. tried
1'orttT Ie;ts :-11 Trains, Probably no one is more surprisedat I: and healthful, and the expenses are low.
:Iodine on man and animal since store look as j| we were doing busi-
the developments in the rosin mar- ever For catalogs, views, folders and information, address tl- Preridwt.
I graduated from college ness? This firm has done the largest
"'t. .'licit\ ,hare t-f the t.ublicpatronage. than the buyers, large and small, more years
b a t et LINCOLN HULLEY Ph.D. Lilt. D. LIJ. I). Demand Fla
of Ocala they
ago: than I like to remember now, andit business in the history ; ,
domestic and foreign.

Factors and producers while gratified has never failed me. It is eficient( have supplied half the people of the ___ __ ___________n____________ __ __ _____ ___u __ ,
not only in the case of rattlesnake I j county with furniture, and have come I
for the much higher prices that -THE-
1\'rrs. Kilpatrick, Prop. bite, but also in the case of moccasin Un I touch with people for many miles
were ruling had no faith in their permanence '!
snakes, tarantulas scorpions and around, not only in Marion, but in I
Fla. and while they expected bet
I iKinnellon. I
other reptiles of that nature. No the adjoining counties. The great I

ter quotations than last season, did man should die of snake bite in these I trouble with the merchants is that Hardware
'
-- -- not, in their most sanguine moments, I ink. fflarioi ConparyHEADQUARTKIte )
days, when such. a simple remedy is they do not use enough printer's ) )
HANDY MOTH PAPERA predict, or even hope for, the inces-I at hand." Advertising in a judicious way is the
well sustained
sant demand and the best investment that can he made! '"

>'h destroyer and disinfectant. market that has characterized the
n. this firm
house Look at
or in the folds The controversy between the Pa- a business
-
carpets
uml.-r -
I
of riai.-l. fur and clothing it-drives away I present season since its opening on latka papers has reached the "liar for example. Before this sale they _

m-th and! worry. Twelve sheets in arark.'t. April 1.During. I and skunk" stage. It is regrettable did a good business but since the inauguration
10\ cents;
prepaid t
carriage weeks the
if druggist does the past fifteen that two such able editors as those of : of the sale they have sold
11S |MuKft", 50 cents American Wire Fencing
, value of rosin H has fluctuated within it will require ,
It_ the Herald and News should misapply -I goods in two days that

3 Madman Powder Clarksville Works, Iowa.Selection 809 the narrow compass of 3u cents, from I their talents and energies to the,i five days to deliver. That's selling Sash, Doors and Blinds

$4 s0 to $5.10. i production: of cutting and bitter,i 'em some. I am really surprised

-- -- II is typical of all the lower grades I things, which their cooler judgment: myself at the business they are doing Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,

5 DRAWER -..oJ IIl of rosiin. The same conditions applyto I will counesl them bad better have] and especially among the lady
Yt17tjy below it, they havinggenerally keenbu"ers Mill and Mining Supplies
DROP HEAD every grade been left unwritten. There was a;; patrons, but the women are ,
4 fluctuated for the past fourteen -i and know a bargain when
, r- LC time when we thought the correct !I
to sixteen weeks within the; they see it. Smith and Roberts are Turpentine Snppliei,
S way to run a paper was to shoot it ,
fiG e same sorrow range of 25; to ;;5;;; cents. certainly giving the people of thi-
i into the other fellow on all occasions Improved Farming Tools
active market could hardly j jle and surrounding country th..:-
. MA&IIINEWITH : e A more but experience has radically remodeled -; city
de red for rosins than has bee greatest bargains they have ever secured -
Not that do i
I our ideas. we
. known of late. So varied have beenthe II I in the furniture line. but thp GET OUR PRICESHardware
r not feel able to take care of ourselves -!
$15.75 daily bids that in each instance : trouble is that they will have such a
is forced
if a controversy upon|
to figure out ;; I of left when tV
., been necessary small stock goods
it has
us: but we have observed that we];
CI'R exactly what a lot of rosin would aggregate -; sale is over. You would hardly! }.-
I i
the bitter
have never regretted !
1C Year WarrantyT. : the fortunate i i but it is:; fact. thr; '
it. a pI'-
naIf. before picking here
"I It '.*,., -. 't'. nhsoh'eJf1iable things we have suppressed. Now: Marion
., ? I :: iia .' \. .1:. !:Iv.' t.ea.UM.i.-.sert.: : There have been times in the have been attracted to this :::-f Company
.. f ":,.j .u... a- Ii hanJ.omelyd. buyer. when we write a mean paragraph we i
I.,\K" : 'n'" .;:'.. is carefully a.jjusttd, when factors have sat disconso- II' sale from a distance of forty ur.: .
j .tofac..eSSt1ries past : let it go over to the next issue, and I
.. : 't'. h6val'rI.1.te") substantially offices hoping that some .uy look at the rear of the stori: i ...
r ,!i',1. ."t'. ,..nf>! '1!hs maohme.rl i3 late in their by that time it manages to get lost.- -- -"
s'
"a1. ,.tIt r.lInin..:. arid al.all.t< lutely a.ll..inJs i"uarantd cf sew- buyer would turn up and relieve them ( Lakeland News. i i resembles a farmers' picnic the tray
) ? ',10..1\\;11 d.any d3 not they' lined to haul away ,
and if you This season the wagons are up
it'Udaya. offerings.
H>if. 1'uw try llachir.e. we of their A good idea. Editor Hetherinston,
t .j it t I t. l..ttt.'rthnn any $3a.OJ beseiged with bids for all ;; : the furniture. Printer's ink ami i ui
I r..l j {. giv- have been and one that should become universal.The 4J3LLQT8. i
WI/'it ...1 : : ,\ f rcompletei'.lustr'tucotalo. } ci:1l ': of their receipts sometimes having I prices will do the work every time. Fr
I' r t ,,1. ....IOU.-.1 I day'slots. I Mr. Livingston is certainly eirh'--
following
i y.tel. bids put in for the Lord had the right idea when i '4V EX?? :, ,& >
'V Anderson Hardware Co ; he made man. He said it was not :ed over the su'ceof this MeaV! vPREPAID >:m fzz )rt

[ N' y'--' 1.1 ...,.tory lpec ar:5t.' rear : This Saturday( a. m. at 12 o'clock good for man to be alone, but had he i and the proprietors are more than s&\ /<|ggtY \

f Atlanta, Ga. spirits posted firm at 55 1-2 cents receipts made more than one wife for Adam!satsified I with the daily returuI' vLwlfiS / XaMESS

i 189. Receipts for. I truly I is a great event.
iI 12"3, sales i there would have been more trouble i
___
_
__ __ ----I
r last : I! As this sale will last only a few
5630 year.
week. G"C9 against :than there was in "the shade of that v
On t.UlJaJuh" :22!:!, one 'Ii at following quotations: .I !'days longer, it would be well, for 'QTS AtI.r
STOLEN- I I Rosins firm old apple tree-Tarpon News. I
with four black feet; me- sales 3495, receipts for nose intending to. make nurchae* :"
29011
I l,0 1..4M- Receipts I
L" left I i once as the stock is being rap- fr4P J J'S
"A L on 1S,40'3 last year. : go at
drutrII'\ branded i week 17.617 against !i The defeat of Governor Vardaman \ |
& i depleted, and the lines are lie- P
Mclver hilly
back of lO. N $5.85-9u. I
side ?-.l-n from i j\VW $60-15 WG $6.00- Mississippi is a notification to the .
It i;: an t; t I S.
broken daily. og3
reward will H ;coming more i a i
490500.
) Mtt"'ore.. Liberal I IM $;).51)-)5.;) K $:>.35. country that the day of the longhaired hiS

tit' I/trot tor the arrest of the thief !! $4.S- 5. G $!.'; VSO. E $4.45-70, D1..-., statesman is ended. He might be!!opportunity that is not offere-1 evtry >

pith\ tl I. ace to convict :; iV5.: C$4.. ".-Savannah: Naval: tolerated as a writer of verse or as a I day. h 'Np Z, | U4,

S. HOOKER. DL D ro
A.
Stores Review pianist or singer. but the American
.at Anthony, Fla. draw the line when he wants I I Eczema
8-2
i people
Sun" 1 For the good of those suffering with
the $
I "Regular as No to bolt into the United States senate..I eczema or other such trouble I wish I29CHAS
1 as old as, the race.
: is an expression ol the to say that my wife had something
I
WANTED-To buy from 50 to ?OO :' doubt the rising and setting performancein Dr. A. L. Izlar Mr. Frank Moorhead,,I of that kind, and after using the doc

,(',... ;land in Florida, in healthy and ;: in sun the is the universe most, regular unless it is the ac-| Mrs. George Pasteur. Miss Lucile Lan-'1 tors'to remedies try Chamberlain's for some time Salve concluded and- BLUM & COMPANY
raised ,
be when ,
stock can and bowels and Miss Lillie, i
-, here liver i caster. Mrs. Standley
the anythingshe
of than
Mac- : tion to be better
;I Life lit proved
where there is plenty of fish.d regulated with Dr. King's New& Co. | Bailey went down to enjoy the pleas.! had tried. For sale by all drug- Jacksonville Fla.
E. Lee, by Tydings i ,
etc. Guaranteed x
dress with terms, price X ures of Lake Weir Wednesday. i gists.

I1radle'l' Ala. *; _G"wH I,,25c.I I



!'o\--:" "'> _"'r"i:' jgp** fv--fj ;% -.yy ,
.
=
) : ; 1"4F'It' c l iSU eilftJt jJsyvs E y} ''r.Sj-
: v "
--"" ..... '
-.
.
--
... .- -
t .ff! '


.,
f

.I
I _
I
.

How.-Booze fixtures Capitulated in nearly all in of Valdosta.Th the Valdosta " '!" " " " " f fth '" " " " "" '

a I saloons were taken out Mon! .Jt oIIl
day. Threv a few cases of I liqtor :- -- _
:. 111>- _
Mi over from the Saturday
t Titfh, but most of the stocks were ex- I1 -- __
.- _
iiftiuted when the clock chimed tlv
.
,
'-
bear of closing What was left was I
,
i f-
pent to warehouses, where it will r,'- -
I'rP IDaiD until the dealers decide as to !; 1tf ::
a what they will do. Two of thfin : II S'ROT'; ;' I
B. o. I & R'

have' Most al..adgone of the places to that Jackson have\"i1l be('."n i i -- fiG 1l"'t. ,. & I 3...

vacau-d by the saloon men have been :
rented for other lines of business, al i --
f bough at considerably less rent. The ,w .. 7 .....
i!t work of changing these places to suit: .I! E -- () JE ALE CI'mt. U C"'rK8R' 4)

B-W conditions has already commemd. -- i iI tI>-. 3
I
Th* closing) hours of the business I It I --C
were inn-resting. People came from e>-

all part* of the country around with -- \ CC
their suit cases, carpet bags, valises 0-- --
etc., and they carried them back full -C

f Of "good," as the saloon men call it.There ; : :( :L 1 1
WHEN OF
f were -Ion) casks of beer sold IN MEED t;

here in one week. That means so.oon+ f>- -1
bolt tl.!.g. Of course, it all was not 5GP-- -C
... .
irank. Seventy-five casks were taken --- ......
by individuals for future reference.
-c
C -- .
(}otabi) that many casks were shipped IIIINNNNINI/INN011.. 'IINi1110111..............................IIIIN.1110111111.1111.1.....1...................... .-O
..
i .
out to the dry towns. c>-

Th*.r i was much drinking, though r....-. : .i --C4
-e
the wek.. There was good humor evrywherr. ... .: -..
i .. f
,> and prohis and antis joined x ; ., s Jt
:
s tinging "Good-Bye Booze, ComlI -sB
I the hour for the saloons 0-- : YFt'tt
lye. At to e>-
b 'oaf Methodist: church bell, which : i } ttJl ii
m
"
done service the
i* IoCMtl : during cami eo --
i ilgn. was tolled again. The streets i

>re full of people and many songs f>- ....... .
4 } "
4 re sung. e- = :
: :+ OR 1 1 Jij 1..c; D 4 ....
.-> _k_ ;
:
The, Great Bigness of Texas -at.....
lift rt Ilubbard of the Philistine

f hen to. T,'xas. He has learned!
t t ;i';. And he is telling them. Ems---- ISEND'US YOUR ORDERSH ai

+ ar- Mirprisin.,. They astound. I lN
i
I I. from afar read: with eyes grad- .-.-...-.... ..
1 'i p+-niii2;; up to the bursting : + .' JI
..
HO.-S 1l be tell the truth? He: j-- .
+ -
i i 1)ohe r t'll it all? He does! .-.-
!R t I' I I' demand} on him is too great. J E I We have just received a car of ::
1. t I' i-. iakiis! T,xas. And Texas. !
,:t 4 I tit. rtI siater. we all love. Wei .I== i
einy -,( her greatness .M b :
R tag n."\"r been half told. Tent I--- : RED ROC' .'_ .I- t
4 aa.IN'GER ALE I. I
I <:' rttuh; has not the area i '

.
I !-II jir af within herself that I i\ !
1 in r. juice in the f'xt"Il'k11l of ;
; I, t in Prt3d
; 1' fII: "Turn Texas loose.::; : Quarts
.. II :
': 's ti' thin:? And this is the
pc t-- : T ..
.,
tS Eli rt llui! !!+anl turns her loose 4I i 1

'fexu.s/the I'hilUiine j iMie ::biggest state in the d:= : l-ien10 A-/l1TIe a : loot: B.i'J .-....

: .
.
ff 3
1 ji( n-- 'n't talk back to nnI! I II j .
....
n ow. Th! upper! part of Pan Handle 4
( Texan, I i' nearer to Chicago than ii i:1Y--:: .* Send us your orders. !, Price, $9.00 and $ I iooo per cask I IO

It10 ra\eMnn.; Texas is as wide as ''
I tile distance from Chicago to Boston. C. .. -.".
oy from S'. l Louis to New York City. C


1 it t to tel That,El 1.IM'.IIC"3.0HO.IMHI is Paso to; it say is sheep folks that 1100 from 10,000,000 miles.and Texarkana 3,1100.0Ilfl< Texas cattle -> C Cit .. i FrancO Aulerican SoupsJ also Campbell's and Scl1iIlll11erS I -s1r


Lonea. One horse, you see, for every t
t nan. woman and child in the state.
i r.ople who have not seen the Southwest C I g CHASE &
i
.
SANBORN'S
f during the past five years cannot C
by any description realize its :It- 1 I
l roarest$. What is known as the .
I "Santa Fe country" can feed the t -411
work Six years ago you could buy ;r +* !
te Texas l" sheep for $1000; nowIWrt :: .

I sheep will cost you $&000. The I i .* TEnS NL.. Ct.FFES :: 1 1t

wool real crop but cotton.in Texas The, however cotton,crop is not in :+ ..

+ :
I Texas for the year 190C,(: was worth + .
over UIIIIOOOOIlO> in cold cash. They ; : + -
false a bale of cotton to an acre, anda e : -
bale of cotton is worth $CO. C E:
t TEAS in packages and in !
Texas has the second most important :--- JO-Ib. caddies.TETLEY'S .
shipping port in America, and Q J-- : .
If things continue going as they have E: ..-till.
far the past five years, in ten years G i
Jello
More the shipments from Galveston c.z and Jello Ice Cream Powder I

Will exceed in value the combined ex- CI! -- -Q
Darts of Boston and Xew YorkCII
l!. Memphis News Scimiter. I -till

Heck.er: Oat Meal j
A Mid-Day Highway Robbery :

\ kaown One in of Tampa the boldest was perpetrated hold-ups ever up-j E::: 36 2-Pound Packages to Case. :; =

oa G. Ferlita, the saloon keeper at j :11-- f ,=
the corner of Franklin and Fortune

noon.etreeu Ferlita at 1:30: bad o'clock placed Monday$500 in afterC'I bannotes k-I Q t 1 Hllllt Club and Florida Emblem :

and $CO in checks under his :: -- : Cigars., I -
*
buggy seat and was preparing to get .
Into the vehicle to take the money to!i I S .A cJd
the bank when a negro named Arthur j j .. -
.
Robinson approached, and :
covering .
Ferlla with a pistol grabbed the i Orders filled ,
mon-; e -
Prices
j promptly.
tjr and fled. Policeman Hutching. equal to any i
who -
saw the negro running, gavechase J; "

building, following"where te him had into secreted the LeDuc him) ) i We want your business so let have iti' \ i 67t13

elf in a toilet and thrown his j "' .
booty
....... }
and gun into the basin. The offic"'r, j; dam-. .............NIONINa1NN.01iNN.NNNNI. .. ----4J43I'
secured the thief as well as the NN1Wi00 IIiN1. .
mon- 011111 .
1110 1
RI 11 .
111 ....
**y. Robinson was conveyed to jail.j 11 IN1....+901ti ..
i l/I- N 1.N..N: ::::
followed by a large crowd the bold I-I' .
midday robbery on one of Tampa's
I
\ crowded street corners creating intense rf.-

xcHement.-Tampl: Tribune. QIiOll -d-
......
Mosquitoes Are Numerous j : -ft.o BFV -
Tb pat few wcel z there have: been ; -
.3R1J5 -:
more mosquitoes in Wauchula than I r ,
tier seen before by old residents. The .
merchants have: been having a large I I :: .....
) : sate on mosquito bars, people buying --c'I.
them who never before used a bar.
The writer has lived in several OCALA
,}t and heretofore Wauchula has been ,
as free from
mosquitoes as any place _

j r ida we have Advocate.ever lived.-Wauchula Flor .. '6.66'666i,66666666"6"6". ," " 1


h r I r. titV '" 6"" " '" ,


.
L I _,, ...._ ...
._ :; :- ..
'- -' ._' <- -. -. .. .
-w rP.S .
S