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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE XE\\"SPAPEH-'YIL\T IS IT BET A MAP (Ji- BUSY LIFT ITS FLlTTt'ATlUXS VAST n >.\ (rEKXS.roWl'iK.VOL. : '

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OCALA, FLOKIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1C, WU) j. ONE DOLLAI! .\ YKA18 i

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VL ....ee..e...eo..........ooowe................. DEATH OF MR. THOS. H. WALLIS THE ..

.frl. ooo.o................. ....................... .. OCALA BREEZE COLONY AT SEA f'! ::1

The announcement of the illness:; From the Beginn ng '

$ X242; 2/2i32 ) ..J.7: D 2'2f 22 7P/// I. t'a: ,, .... -
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t fhl nf f&iJBtfer from Bads tCa 1 gaCt CC ase a4S t ?51SDS5 arSS tDF tSp'l)1'I'iS t TI't\ ts 1St)S KLO11rS. (1st.I .
a efoatffess: sky in its
; ,' uscfpeete&aess Who Came and Gp I large or sm3)s>rjJ iff acrfdi1f6 Trtf aim, vr,)t rm t

:)}Wallis and suddenness. Seabreeze August 1?, lye.. and unvarying courtesy and that their mrtn)>.n. a n 0 >MSP.
was in Ocala last week. :
ECZEMA LOTIiti; f He had just returned from Clearwater On Friday tweaJj'-Sve of the Ocala ests be given the same careful attention. All bum M apart

where fce fad been visiting his i cottagers chartered a beautiful launch from the usual routine has the personal attention of Mr. .......

!; roe or Mr. Chambliss. thus insuring prompt execution of any
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: family and he was apparently in the and spent a very happy day picnick
: + + I very picture and bloom I special or urgent business.Munroe .
of
1 health.
ing. Those in the Mr.
party were
i # 50 Cents a Bottle : a:1 i He was telling us what a beautiful and Mrs. George K. Robinson, Mrs.F. : & Chambliss ,

1. 0 I!ami delightful spot he had found and T. Schreiber, Mrs. C. C. Todd, Mrs. i KANKI.IOCALA : :-,

: : AT THE :+ *+1 I grew enthusiastic in describing its | Frank Harris, Mrs. E. K. Nelson, Dr. FLORIDA
il beauties $
: and
said he
expected to -
regi'lary
and Mrs. William Anderson, Mrs. J.
I A 1
spend his summers there; and I W. Crosby, Misses Sara Harris, Etb.l1 1 1 1I
1
i i f talked as if he anticipated, as His Robinson, Hope Robinson. Ruth Nelson -I

. I Postoffice Drug Store. III' life.friends did for him, a long lease of Ethel Crosby Dorothy Schreiber, .... ...........+........4..................w......
I II ,i
Onie Chazal, Margaret Anderson, Annie -
; t
j Mr. Wallis left Ocala during the I Atkinson, :Messrs. Donald Schreiber

:1 ;i Prescriptions Prepared Properly j H II farly suddenly: part and of last severely week and sick was at taken High inson, Heron, Bruce Todd.:Meffert Ralph, Louis and Phil Chazal Rob iI tiding flew Accounts i!


!ii : 4 1 Springs, and was taken immediatelyto and Edwin Nelson. 1 <

..............................+...... ..+ ..+... the Odd Fellows Home at Gainesville The objective point was the beau *$ i

7160...................................+oweooooa. for treatment.The tiful Tomoko river, which has the We are constantly adding new accounts | ; f fI

----- doctors there diagnosed his reputation of being one of the loveliest a i ii
f I o and business is i
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......................... Mr V.V.. Carlton, and an operation was decided on, but
.1 formerly of the similar to our own Oklawaha river.
Jsnvder haberdashery of this city, now the disease had made too rapid pro- and is beautiful almost beyond de i a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also I ::

BIGGEST LINE I with gress and he expired at 10.50 o'clock
the
Fitzgerald Company at scription. It is very winding and in

I i Rockwell, was saying "howdy" to his Sunday morning.Mrs. some points so narrow that too boat : might be glad to join us.-e ij: f ,

Ocala friends Sunday. Wallis had been notified of his could The
OF just squeeze through. + :
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1 I condition by wire and was with him > .
I banks are lined with graceful palmettoes -

Mr. Ernest Crook and Mr. Ardis in his last moments.Mr. and other palms and (flowerin ,

U'au-iiuau left Sunday for Norfolk Wallis's remains were brought trees in great quantities. We went I COMMERCIAL BANK

1 .in.l other points and may continue to Ocala Sunday afternoon and were up the river for twenty-five miles until ,
IWAllHESJ! tlifir trip far New interred in Greenwood cemetery Monday 0
as as York City. we reached an attractive little pavilion .

They will be gone several weeks.I afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. which has been built for picnic .. OCALA, Fl L

i ducted The funeral ceremonies were con parties. It is provided with benches, *........ ................. .........4..........ww.1
by Rev. Geo. II. Harrison of
FOR : \ I' V.
Leavengood, business and tables and in this delightful spot t
i I I Grace Episcopal church, and at the s
of -
manager this paper, left Saturday we enjoyed as fine a lunch asVa ; --- --- ---- - -

:| for Tampa where he will meet Mrs. grave were turned over to the Elks, ever seen on a picnic. At the pavilion !-

LADIES! [ !AND GENTLEMAN[ [ 1 H Hv. HI;I L'a\engood and before returning who consigned the body to the God is an immense sulphur well, and PHONE No. 132 Q

I home they will visit several places who gave it under the forms of their the water bubbling up from it i is a>
I beautiful ritual.Notwithstanding. .. .
h on the West Coast.It clear and delicious as can be found

: i I I the threatening anywhere on earth. These natural PUCE
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weather and rain which FOOD
occurred
just !
is abound the east
said that a muffler can be put sulphur springs on

: on the planing mill at a cost of $LOO previously, a large number attendedthe coast, and the water is all that can I _
y funeral, and the floral
offerings
at-
; and for this amount the neighborscan be desired. STALLS 1 & ::1 t'IT1MARKET =
tested with what esteem he was told
get some measure of relief. The The ride back to Seabreeze in the
by our people. One of the magnifi- BEST FLORIDA AND WESTERN
noise is every whit as bad as the afternoon was cool, and will alwaysbe

THE JEWELER. steam rock crusher. We hope tbe cent wreaths was the loving tributeof a trip that we shall delight to re l

J....................... nuisance will soon be abated. The the pall Elks.bearers were Messrs. L. R. member. Beef, Pork(, Mutton), Lamb aid) Veal.ARMOUR'S .

Chazal N. I. Gottlieb, John II. ,
,- Mrs. Kallenberger and children Taylor Mrs. Sistrunk left for Ocala Friday

< have gone to popular Seabreeze. It Arthur C. Cobb. George C. Crom and I morning, being called home on account 1
Local and Personal Air. Smith of Savannah, a member of 1I
t does look as if half of Ocala will be of the illness of her husband. I:

domiciled over there. Ocala people the Columbia Drug Company. I I She was accompanied by her son, La- "Star" Hams and Breakfast Bacon Vienna
!! :
Sr EM***.*** Harris, Local Editor. certainly like to hear the roar of the Mr. Wallis was a native of Londau, Grange. Mr. Sistrunk's friends all

billows and we hope they all will enjoy England having been born in that over the state trust that his illness Sausages Pigs' Feet &c I
city December 20, Sfi2.. He came to ,
it and all the other delights of the will be of short duration. ,
Mr J W. Ward of Floral City was the I'nited States when a boy and

in Oi-ala >'tltrrda3and witness the ocean. for with the Columbia
was -
many years
Mrs. J. W. Crosby and children,
dl ,team Drug Company of Savannah. He RUSH DIRER ORDERS OUR SPECIALTY.
Seabreeze for .
Mr. Charles W. White of Xew York who have been at a

and his mother, Mrs. E. A. White of was one of their most esteemed and month have gone to Baxley Ga.. to
HtlflnK MI Martins absence in At- trusted employes, and Mr. J. G. Cmith.
Citra were in Ocala Friday and spend August with Mrs. Crosby's rel Let us serve vou. Remember our 'Phone number is 132 l
leuia Mr JV 8>Ivester la in charge the secretary and treasurer of the ;
'were registered at the Ocala House. atives. :j
f til* stoleat company, was with him during his I
Mrs. White is spending the summer at Pure Food Russell I
brief illness, and in respect to his has rented cot- Market, Hugo Prop. It
Pablo Beach and Mr. White is merely Mrs. II. C. Jones a
i account of tile tremendous memory the firm closed its doors during I.
Beach and will ,
here on a business engagement. Both tage at Daytona r1-
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<*;*)> are looking remarkably well. main there for a markable that the of hadnever !
nest eggs ; Mr. Valmoiv izlar MIU of Mayor Iz ,1.
.
'I' III' 1..1 c'J808I't.1 : Wallis was married to Miss several ,
for the
has been over past '
been discovered. Jar of this
city now holds down a responsible j
of
Aoosta Fernandina and their mar-
More than half*the population of days. ;
position with
i the
\ .I C. lUskin. one of Anthony's ried life was a most sweet and happyone I Swift 11
Ocala are away from home. Some are Clarence Meffert came over Friday j I Packing: Company in Jacksonville and
i H! end) frulHttutial citizens repre.11'.I :- and was blessed with four chil- Cox, who has been at 1
r 4 tbe seashore at lakes Mr. Eugene of weeks Bruce I
and
at ; some are to spend couple is doing well. 1
-. \ his w and springs; some are in the mountains the Seasich'Inn past Meffert, who has been over for about
Wallis had been living in Ocala this greatly
Simeon T. Sis- and some are in foreign lands. left for Atlanta morning three weeks, left for home Sunday Fine Breed Mares. f
Mr.
Air regret that for sixteen and was loved hon
years to the regret of his many friends. We have just gotten in a car load t
ill. Mrs. Sis- There never was a time in the historyof morning.; The former, in company
trunk rontiniMw rpdte ored and esteemed by all who knew of the finest-brood mares ever broughtto
the city when so many were ab- with Mr. C. E. Melton of Micanopy.
gunk baa returned from Seabreezeami M Simms, after spending j the state and to see them is to admire j'
sent. It points to the fact that mon- him.This Miss : due started to make the trip over in an
I them. We will sell them at
'm at kia f....14* paper extends its profound with Miss An-
ey is easy and times are good. ten days at Seabreeze automobile, but abandoned the idea I very reasonable prices. Come and and 1
sympathy to the stricken family.Mr. returned to Vadosta to- "
nie Atkinson, look them at"
over
1In. W. M. Martin and Miss Eu- and returned with the machine to
tARIOFA'R tS STABLES,
**nia Fuller ten Sunday for Sea Mr. Richard W. Erwin, the Ban J. E. Mcllmurray of Jackson- day. Ocala, and came down on the train x Ocala. Fla.
t.r-if to augment the "Ocala colony" ner's traveling solicitor, says that at villewas representing his firm in Friday. Mr. Melton's wife and children -- ---

at this popular rendezvous! for Ocala least: fifty Marion county families are Ocala Monday. Dr. William Anderson caught an preceded him several days and ,

prorie I.I visiting Salt Springs and enjoyingits immense shark from Keating's pier they will spend August at the Seaside .JJ cl.v, E R and MACKAJl f fa.

health giving and health restoring Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Knownto late Thursday afternoon. He was Inn. I
.
Fail when he ;:
line
fishing with an ordinary
'''I..> McCooathy does not think : waters. Most of these parties are I t! -.-. -
"I want to few words for
say a '
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hooked the monster, and he had a l 4.,
afternoon the -P
ii,. )In' contemplates that the countyjirlyfc'rs. camping and are having a most de- Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Di t Thursday Daytona i .
t"ODviC"tf'd for petty ofterrv lightful time. arrhoea Remedy. I have used this great deal of sport landing him. The Ii i ball team and the Ocala boys at the jiJtrL-X

should don stripes. prescription in my family for the past shark was eight and a half feet long, I j beach played a very interesting game. : .
five years and have recommended it the biggest one that has been caught I
The of FUNERALDffiECTORa
Dr. D. M. Boney has gone to Daytona boys won by a score
to a number of people in York county I
.
I "11 Mr IiV.. Davis received some Norfolk, Va., to be present at the an- and have never known it to fail to effect this season.A 11 to 9. The Ocala boys played a ,

\ > handsome postals from Capt. nual meeting of the Virginia Optical a cure in any instance. I feel good game, but were outclassed by I II

Mm' I.. Ingiis. The captain is all Association, which convenes in that that I cannot say too much for the nest of young sea turtles was I the regulars of Daytona. The Ocala !;
best remedy of the kind in the world." found near the pier Friday afternoon. I of Bruce :Meffert: 'i jI t -
domiciled at From there he nine was composed :
nc'it! and in Monday.:
pleasantly next
city I-S. Jemison.: Spring Grove. York 1 Have a full stock of Coffin Ca ketai
There were over one hundred little Louis, Charlie and John Chazal, Ralph j!I I
the Park Avenue notel.Mr will go to New York and study for a county Pa. This remedy is for sale i i and Burial Outfits special Driven to
turtles in the nest, and it is quite reV ''and Phil Robinson Donald Schreiber i!
,
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few weeks the latest doings in the by all druggists. x }! Burial -erviee

Robert Thagard of Spar Mr. He will be absent I and Edward Green. Louis Cbazal ]:i
optical profession. j i Embalming to Order
1 1i
I.HM.' > Home of Leroy, Mr. 'Edw.W.a'hfr weeks. I. : sprained his ankle early in the game i L
six .. .
about <
for .... = '"='''' <;, of Berlin Dr. Spooner, of I i ''' VClznl\l.U' 1 and his place was taken by one of the:I i- I

> i'th.n. and Dr. Ilinton, of Sharpens Sue Barco. a charming young Daytona boys. j;
Miss TO THE CITIZENS OE MARION?
F,-r",'. were transacting business in lady of Ocala, has returned to her ; --- I

> -:.ta Saturday. most .lolteht- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Martin of New

J. I I ful home visit after to Mr. and a Mrs. IT. E. Taylor r SPEAKING OF SHOES ...1.1Tis York City have been popular guestsat Ii I COUNTY :

Pit authorities nave put a stop to in this city. Miss Barco formerly ( the Breakers for the past wek'i!' i You're sure welcome at our

.. awful l noise made by the rock I and has many admirers They are kinspeople of Mr. H. X.I I
,.. resided here store. In tact, we are very
', -'.,T on the public square. Every- W bare pleased at an opportunity,, > a praiseworthy feat ( i O'Neal of Jacksonville and are a very I I anxious to have you come in
'./0 't' applauded the proceedings. Now charming couple. Mr. Martin has
: un.
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meet her again.-Gainesville i n To fit anybody's feet, ., and inspect the finest drug
.' *.npe that the planing mill nniH1 made quite a hit by his palm reading

': be muffled. LOST-Out of my buggy on Sunday -t. I And do it neat, I :! and "ghost" shows. All Qf the girls btore in the South..
1 SOUR .
and With the wear on the beach have been most eager
betweE'nIorriston proper
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July 14. I I'
tlr, s J 8. Haisley. who has been on telescope lu11 to know their fate and Mr. Martin !

., <:fk Hit i for several days hastlM : Fellowship church, one I ) "i'et we do so with ease ( has had his hands full reading all of PARCEL BUREAUWe
ladies' clothes: !
; Lewes. Deleware, where of : And our customers we please, 1 our palms.Mr. .
One lady's gray dress. will be glad to takefcare
] will spend the balance of the
lady's pocketbook, containing Nor their pt OKt'tblloks squeeze. of your parcels while you are
,
st.7aii'r.; Lewes Is a very pleasant One I .1 J. H. Walton of Titusville., the
them in and
in town. Bring
'Ia and this paper hopes that her 50 cents. shoes. ;; For \\v deal strictly on the 'Square. editor of the well known pink paper, '

lady's Oxford j! we'll take care of them, and
"'('In'/d h"a1th'flU soon be restored.Mr One pair gent's collar. spent the week-end at the Breakers,
shirt and won't lose them.
One gent's > and Is accompanied by his friend Dr. you

T P. Simmons, one of our valstrhscribers NO. 1S.One. ; Edward Urich. Both these gentlemen I lOUR
shirt collar. : The Marion Shoe Goo DRUGS ARE ALL FRESH AND PURE
'i. residing! at Turkey waist and ladys attended the Saturday night dance at II I
rrt..'V was One lady's shirt the Casino. and yon make no mistake
1 visitor to Ocala Friar I
(J, M. Meffert D. B. Mayo.)
:anal made us z. very pleasant call. coUar. th"i I I when you buy your drugs of
ofMorriston
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-J a hot BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. ,
lie ports :a cheering condition oft Two night gownsnd aled. be reward.I Mrs. Lee Cox after Spending several as.

'"'ips in Mil! section and passed! a con t em"_. FST I I OCALA FLORIDA. < weeks in Ocala, is now In Tampa '

L't r.rre'h! oompliment on the Weekly I' : J. W Fla. j _.JIAw.a* I- _A where she will visit relatives. I Hunter Drug Companyii :

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNTY exaader Holy! LakeJand; V7m. ,v. io Ceo. C.:: Snow, raised from 41tI /Ifore I the ): ,

COMMISSIONERS.Official.! I Jackson, Electra; Geo. II. Davis. Anthony r 10 f 2WO. I they be I -

; Jos. C. Mathews, Flemington; Valuation of lu chains north and |i ]p I J I

( .) George Pasteur, Anthony; M. T. W. south on north side of lot 2. section ings of I

Christian Ocala; F. D. Pooser. Ocala; : 3 16, township 17, range 24-22.50 acres, I j was

: Tue day. August 6, A. D., 1&07.Dbard ;. J. S. Weathers, Leroy; E. A. McDor assessed;;! to H. T. Spooner, heirs ol, 1 I amount :

fcf County Commissioners met aid, Wiliistoa; Wm. J. Banner, Oak; I' raised from $125y to $20v0. Hon. :: 1
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fa regular action this day. Present Peter I.. Durisoe. Connor; J. R. Wb i-1/ Valuation of south two-fifths of, the ; :: I .

Hon. John L. Edwards, Chairman; J. l ley, Ocala; M. P. Frink. Berlin ; Al--5;. outh half of lot 2 and north half of: i} withdraw '; 1 .

M. Hatbews, S. R. PyJes, N. A. Fort. fred Ayer, Ocala; W. J. Folks Juliy I! north three-fifths of south half of lot j I I day's : f :

:t and C. W. Turner. ette; E. R. Atkinson, Martin. j 2, section 16, township 17, range 24-- I j I'! 1 held at ; I
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Minutes of last meeting were read On motion it was ordered that al7); acres, assessed to E. J. Lytle. TaIs- j i! establish I

t and approved. warrant be drawn in favor of W. I)Jed I from $2uO to $5i ). !jt i the I C ) ) ; ,,

Petition relating$ to the old Ft King Cam. superintendent; of public ii,- Valuation of Commencing at northwest -1; i istratioa

road wu presented and on motion struction. for $10.71 to reimburse him j! corner of southwest quarter, section [I t the law : :

t.: VM laid over until next meeting. for freight paid on office fixtures. I 21, township 17, range 24, thence t an

: Petition of Mrs.. Stephens for reduction The board thereupon adjourned until I I east 20< chains, south 20 chains, east 1 I' p : :: .-

': of certain taxes was referred -i Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. [20 chains, south 15 chains, west 10 I if not Pt

/ : to Commissioner MatheWs, with. Wednesday, August 7 chains, south 5 .chains, west 20 chains the

: instructions to report in the matter at Board met pursuant to adjourn north 15 chains west 10 chains, north] 'I On I '

the next meeting of the Doard. ment. All members present. 5 chains, east 10 chains, north 3

Isaac Piner (colored) appeared before I On motion it was order-d that the chains, west 10 chains, north 10 $5.81 to

the Board, and requested financial petition for change of public road at chains, except S. block 2, Stanton-97 amount : :

aid on account of ill) health. but or near Blitchton be laid over until acres, assessed to F. C. Buffum, raised '

:: the evidence was not sufficient 1 to the next meeting. from $1200 to $ tJfjc). June. /' ;!!

grant the same.J. On motion the resignation of :M r. Valuation of east half of lot 6 and found to :

IL Yoor(head appeared before Pedrick, mark and brand inspector of west half of lot 7, section 5, township and

the Board and asked for permission district No. 5, was laid over until the 17, range 24-35 acres, assessed to: the

:; to lease the county's rock crusher September meeting for consideration.The : T. C. Freeman, raised from $too( to A b: !

and engine. Action was deferred clerk was directed to notify r $11II). board to

until tomorrow to give the Board Mr. Bush of Dunnellon that the board Valuation of Commencing 6.50 ing from ; : !

S time to fix a charge for the same. could not refund any money paid the chains north and 746 feet west of public :

I Petition for special tax road district sheriff for license on weighing ma southeast corner of southwest quarter boundary 1P 1f
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for Manel and Cotton Plant was chine. ot southeast- .--- onal'tp1'...-----, -Q-I->rinft.........
I JIJC.cuscn to rhe Doard by ----. II. On motion it was ordered that a ship 17, range 24, west 574 feet I to: I the I s
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": W. Long. warrant be drawn in favor of W. :M. lake. north 3 chains, east 574 feet, 1 thence :

: Petition for change in Ocala and Lucius, bard road overseer, for south 3 chains,-3 acres, assessed to: 1 lion to ; !!

i Dunnellon bard road was presented $251.;5, for various time checks issued W. E. Fosnot raised from $100 i to: Norwalk '!

by Hon II. .W. Long and C. Y. Miller. by him during the month of July $300. : I oundary: t

I Same was laid over until tbe September for road work and also that a warrant Valuation of Commencing 20 chains ]13 of said

meeting of the Board. for $250;' be issued to him for west of southeast corner, section 9. hundred 3S

: Upon motion of Commissioner J. M. meeting road expenses during the township 17, range 24 north 6.50; of James : "

r: MathewB it was ordered that the petition month of August, 1907. chains, west 20 chains, south 6.50 one-half : I

for direct road from Ocala to On motion Commissioner SR.. chains east 20 chains-13 acres, assessed t o James I I J l

Stoke'a Ferry be granted. Pyles was appointed a committee to to heirs of n. T. Spooner. raised COJJl :

The Board having been informed take up the matter of pricing and from $300 to $500. port of I

that. the Rentz, Lumber_ company, ]lo- selling the county rock crusher. Valuation of block 21. Past--_ _J..a.kPo n_, Poor ''I ; ,
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: catea at SjJ"er Sprin !!, continually The matter of equalization of taxesfor i 21-2 acres, assessed to Alex. Wynne, To the

1 .., block the crossing on the road from I 1907 was then taken up. raised from $200 to $400. ;

,t:, Ocala to Grahamville with railroad On motion it was ordered that the Valuation] of 23 acres in northeast Florida: I

.?, cars, the clerk was directed to request assessed: valuation on northeast quarter I corner, lot 1, section 16, township 17, I submit

the said company to keep the crossing of northwest quarter, section 7,. range 24, assessed to Geo. E. Snow, ty poor

open. township 13, range 21-40 acres, as raised from $1000 to $2500. 19U7! :

Mr, B. L. Carney, County Tax Collector sessed to A. W. P. Yongue, be raised: Valuation of Commencing 29 rods: I have to

; presented to the Board a war from $200 to $400. south IS 1-4 degrees west of northeast for last

rant from the Comptroller for $1 6.87, corner of lot 1, section 17, !
Valuation township
of northeast quarter of men, both I I Ir j jLd
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at Marion county proportion of money 17, range 24, south 84 3-4 degrees
northwest quarter, section 7, township east; babe shape. I j
refunded by the state as licenseof 13, range 21-4y acres, reduced from 43.28 rods south 3 1-4 degrees, west; of

Florida Ice and Packing company.On $51'1to $400.Valuation 17.2S! rods, north 77 degrees, west to five.colored. I 1
i ii
motion, it was ordered that a of southwest quarter of I lake, north with lake to point west of 1 am I
: warrant be drawn in favor of R. A. 1 commencement, east to point of
northwest behe
quarter, and 210 feet north alth and I
\ Burtord for $50.00 as payment in full and south by 420 feet east and west ginning-8.25 acres assessed to Mrs. Cr ops of I

i for services rendered the county incase in southeast corner of X. K. Broward, raised from $500 to res:asonably
northeast
r b. twtn the Tax Collector andFlmiil.1 of southwest quarter of south-quarter $600. Tb le peach i ? }, \

I! Icanrl Packing company. west Quart i1, section 7... Trkn-nchin Ifi,. Valuation of fractional Dart lot 3. an e looking \
1, .\ 1.0 a warrant for ;:!j in favor of 21 -- ------a- 6U section 6. township 17, range 24-3
i range -42 acres, assessed to H. th:at the
UiMiain!I. Hockor for ;iprvices in same W. Tate. raised from $2<;0 to $400. acres, assessed: to Woodrow and Martin se veral acr. : r.

I.t < a < Valuation! of east quarter of northwest raised from $200 to $400. goo
I I'pon niotft j iwai: ordered that quarter of northeast quarter and Valuation of fractional part lot 3. .it led) : > i '
warrant l hf drawn in fin or of E. L. section 6, township 17. 24 1
northeast; quarter of northwest quar- range -8 co nclude: to i&L
i :anifv lor $.".S4, :rofnii-l of fMehtl.irmj acres assessed to Mrs. Mary M.
!
ter and
west: ; quarter of southeast eema rer of th !
1"I i 1 i,nil by him on offce fixtures quaiter of southwest quarter and !y, raised from $1(0( to $400. cia:I report I .

: t i In lo'i..I.ll'r! A: Alien quarter .section 6. j I
company.Tax I. section 14, township }i. range 2H< township 17. range 24-5 S. R. 4
:. Collector E. L. Tani..v thereupon -! -41(11 cres, assessed to D. W. Davis. raised l"4 ,
I acres, assessed to Dunuellon Fin! ; nciat i .. :
i ,) HivsentH his rl'fI Jrt of in ol-- Phosphatf 'ompany, raised from from $300/ to $50I(). .

v wits awl rroneous and double as- $600 to $481111.Valuation$i Valuation of west half of south half
heasnients for the 19%;. of S ui/ :: ; ,
year After of northeast quarter and lot S. section 1. township 17, range $1.].75; I i
examining and ;
comparing the same east half of northwest quarter and ?-20 acres assessed to heirs of R. irc
the Board ordered that )ling, $7; ;
Mr ;
Bullock
Carnpr's east half or Foutheat quarter, sertioii raised from $100 to $250. Hel
account be credits with the following venston 4, towmhii!. 17, ran-- 2u-";!", acre, Valuation of lot 6. except 210 feet Waj \
; gon!
amounts: State ;
tax :
:- $1113.90; assessed! to Dunnellon Phosphate :-ast and west by 57$ feet north and
county tax, $:> !! som i, $10 A.
; M6; sub-school tax. nmh In f ; ,
Company raise-! from southwest corner section. 19 __
; f:195.29.: $;)11( to $:;:,-(1' -- --, Ui1Cl.1 1 I Lime ; '
Valuation of lots 1 to 9 and 11 to I 'ownship 17, range 23, 23 acres as- $2.70tilize C. M. '
;
On motion it was ordered that thE : ;
? 19, Western Central City lots, section resed; to too Carney Investment com I
72c.
I'Oard extend its thanks to Mr. .Car 17. township 15, range 22 assessed to pany from $700.00 to 150000. r ; i f
tal
ney for his efficient! work. "" 13242.: !
Ocala Foundry and Machine Valuation of l
On motion! it was ordered that the Works, 2 3-4 chains north and $1.5;5. Net | 1 ,
raised from $2000 to $5000. =outh on north side :
fo10'.vinj! ? amounts b* transferred to I of lots 7, 8, section Oil II l of the t
the building fund: From road fund, Valuation of all .of block 42 0. S., 1 12 township 17, range 23 11 panyfor for $
Ocala,
assessed to McGrath arres assessed to
estate the
Carney Investment
$>5oO) ; from fine and forfeiture fund, 1 the court l.
I raised from $ti'JfI TO $6000. company raised from
Total$1000); $1I from.IIM.special road fund, $1500. I Valuation of Commencing at southwest 85500.00. $200.00 to sentededu[
I corner !lot "X." Caldwell's ad, 'Valuation! of
of the
On motion it was ordered that Blue i Ocala] north 2H feet, east part lot 9. bounded county I
933 feet north by Fraziers lot, whicl
ford Teastje! bo admitted to the t east by half section h the
I poor south 210 feet, west 933: feet-4 1-2 line south I l
farm. by lands of Porter & tract had : :
acres. assessed to J. M. Meffert, raised Archibald I '
On motion it was ordered that the from $15';0 to $2000. west by Little Lake Weir, Ta:x i ; .J i

comptroller bf requested to allow Annie Valuation of I section 12. township 17, range 23,121-2 censeSows s and ] :; [
Commencing 130 feet 1 acres, !
assessed to the
Stephenson to redeem the southwest south of northeast Carney Investment ::: License ; ;
corner, block
quarter of southeast quarter, CaltlwflU's ad, Ocala west 234 48,1, $500.00.company raised from $300.00 to $103!; extra : J i '

section C. township, 15. range 21, for N tary i ( ( ,
j south 100 feet. east 234 feet, north I I \ \
the sum of Valuation of lots 1 lows: : S. J. ;
$25. it being considered by lOll fept, assessed I and 2 and west i I
to G. ,
C.
Crom, raised -'! ::3-4 '
the board that the assessed valuation from $800 I of lot 4. section 13., townshin 17.1 er an d S. II. !
to $IIJ iyO.) -
I : 1 1I range 23. 169 : '11Iclni osh, with
ui nit* (Jiupri i.v UUUT which the acres, assessed to Car
i 1 Valuation of lots 11 and 13, block
I tame was sold! for taxes was much in i 2, Benjamin's sub, lots 40 i i ney Investment company raised form I McN.Hanipi. Withers J
excess of its real I value. and 41, I $1500.00 to $2500.00. on. +
Caldwell's !
I The board having received a petition !-j L. B. McKean ad, ,Ocala raised, assessed from to Mrs. I On motion, it was ordered that John Jusr tices of ; : I

from the United Daughters of!'i.;: $2(''IIcI.( $1200 to I r Pasteur be, and he is hereby appoint ports, !showing !! f {

the Confederacy of DJckison Chapter : I. ed CountEnumerator of Agriculture as fo Hows l : J. I
Valuation
of All of, .
i for a spot in the southwest corner of square in northwest except 124 feet i. and the clerk was directed to address $205, costs, $ ; I I
I corner, block 54 !
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the public fines, $50. :
:
square on which to erect a' O. S., ocala. assessed I a copy of the following letter ;
to J. D.
l
Confederate monument it was ordered fy, raised from $S00 to $15fjl}. McDuf-I to the Commissioner of Agriculture: fines. $50, ; "I ; )

I that Mr. MacKay be instructed to Valuation of Commencing 12 1-2'' ucala, Florida, August 7, 1907. I'' tham, fines, $90 ; I ;
select site for Bell. !
a
the
same in accordance chains north of southeast 'I Hon. B. E. McLin, Commissioner of 1 county I ; j
r with the ( (corner section $34.14.
\ request. |! 9. Agriculture, Tallahassee, Fla. I
township 1range 24, thence 1 I I ) ;
I The The
board 1
then approved pension west 20 chains, north 3 chains, east I Dear Sir: At this meeting of the 'I' I .
,t claims as follows: Mrs. Emily! E. Casey. ,, :!(tI chains.! outh :3 chains-6 I II Board of County Commissioners for Ita fines: W. W. i r :
acres
Cornell ss. M. H. :: i ,
Mrs. Ron
; D. P. T. Simth. as-I
Mic- sessed Marijon county, we :
: to J. R. Joselyn! raised came into possession :- 'j anderLegislature I : : ;
anopy; Mrs. Margaret Whitehead, $4 i Kendrick; Mrs. Cherry A. I in Toe county : ::
I Perry, of Commencing 2 1-2 which we find an act I i I )
Tine; Mrs. M. H. port is: follows
Hatchell Ocala making it :
our to
chains duty
; north of southeast appoint a j I !
corner ofnortheast cornOn
Mrs. Anna T. : ]hand
Ross: Dunnellon; Mrs. : quarter of southeast Quarter -, petent man for enumerator of county I ,1st I ; : << ,
Caroline L. Leitner ; ;
:
Mlcanopy agricultural
; Mrs. section 9, township :17, range 24, stations. The act pro- | I
p A. T. Martin, Ocala: Mrs.Polly C. thence north 2.50 chains, rides that this appointment should ;' flecE?ipts, $ ; I (;
west 20 i .
Thomas, Flemington; Mrs. M. E. : i have been made b a"However .>7.3o. |
I \Vhitney Ocala. chains:;, south 2.50 chains, east 20'!' at our July meeting. j j : (

:j :j chains-5 acres, assessed to O. P. I J not knowing of this law at I I f
The >
S following soldier's claims were Boyce, raised from $200 to $400.' j I that meeting we did not make the sipts, I '

also ville;approved II. N. Knoblock.: C. T. Gibson Graham ';; Valuation of Commencing 2 chains I j.I!j appointment, but have at this meeting i" ba I.' $;58 3620. II ; 4
Martin
4 ; G. W. west of a point 15.45 chains north of; appointed :llr. John Pasteur of: i ; :
Bellah. Mcintosh; C. C. Priest, Anthony -: southeast< corner section 9, !j Ocala. Florida, for said position. I n :ipts, $ ; j i
township : -
i : '. ; M. L Payne, Fairfield; j. K. Har ::17, range 24, west IS chains, north 5 !'[ By request Commissioner Turner i b a Lt 21! .64. ,

I' 1 rison. Williston: E. W. McDonald. I I'j chains: east 18 chains, south 5 chains ;i was excused from further. attendance !I Fine and 'i _

Ocala. B. L. Hickman. Grahamville; : -9 acres, assessed to B. D. Whitman, !1 upon, the board during this meeting.. .I Recei'' ts, $ ; I f
n. G.
Xeal. Anthony G. P. baL .
; Webb i 506S.60. '
raided from 1 J
$200' to $350. I
J Thursday,
August 8 I
J :
Dunnellon; Miles T. Cheshire:, Pine; Valuation I j Special I i
Thomas 0. Stewart Montague; W. E. : cIJ west of or Commencing 29.751 j j Board met pursuant to adjourn- j Receimente ipts!] $ ; i i ..
a point 15.50 chains ; I
Yongne. Fairfield; J. H. Reed Di)3.rd'l J north of All members present except i $1724.41. I
i southeast I
' : man: ; M. 3.V.. Doan, Romeo; Alfred j township corner, section !9 I, I( Commissioner Turner excused. I I
15,
1 range 24, north 9 Mr. t
Wilson. Eureka: II. W. Douglass, Shady -! west to lake Leavensood, representing the Receij!.pts. $ ; I

4 Grove: J. P. Curry, Staa.lard1.-]I I point of beslncics south 9 chains, ChllS'j' 'Ocala Banner and )fr. Carroll representing SG27.44. I. ,.

'. J : IJ ri i acres : :: the Ocala Star appeared be- Total : {.





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lh Local and Personal I :MissChifield of Dunedin, who ha. I OCALA PEOPLE AT .DAYTONA

been visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. T. : BEACH Union
National' Commander Army a rid Navy
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I Maughs: of this city, is now visiting :
Sara EUiAfeifc Harris, Local Editor.Mi I

j relatives Monticello, Fla. Seabreeze, Aug. 7, 1907. Says : "1 fix A/ Hesitation: In Endorsing fervna As An Fic ':1 J'ima.ii F-r Lad"h"

There are fifty-seven Ocala peopleat
.. "As general: thin.:. I have t*'"nop-
I a
.1 I W Talivy U holding down a Mr. C. E. Connor of Gadsden, Ala., Seabreeze, and they are all enjoy- {.' I
I (x.-ed to what arc known a+ iaUnlmedicines
IHM.IIK.U "ith Mr. T. B. Snyder. I II I a former citizen of Ocala, and one ing a very pleasant summer. At Day- II II I !but IV run a has long once

II who continues to take a great inter tona Beach which is less than mile
I a overcome this fedln;:. It U now. tu it

J.tIt.t i'oltot-ruau Poe has tendered !I est in everything that pertains to! distant from Seabreeze, and just a I has been for a long time, a well wt&t

'l'h.lnaIiOU.I Ocala, is here on a visit. pleasant stroll down the beach, there lished family medicine with us, open
bj//
are likewise quite a number of people which we rely to give tired nature substantial

I lint| Mrs. C. J. Phillips and The hospital directors held a meeting from the "Brick City." ;i '' ryR restoration."

tar.tt ir are al''Carthage. N. C. Thursday afternoon but after At the Seaside Inn are Mrs. R. R. Terrible Case of Indigestion,

I discussing various matters, decided I Carroll and daughter and Mrs. W. S. .Ir. Donald U*.!>b, Jr., 16 WrightaAye.

Mr I. I Kniuiby returned home I to let things remain as they are for I Pike. Mr. Carroll came over with hi< + ., Halifax, Nova Scotia, Deputy Su

frwiii .1.1 I "II\ill.! .. yesterday.. He has awhile.Mr. : wife and little girl and spent several! ) 7 QdC prQgppf,2 2'n a.a:. 'rt r: preme Chief Ranker, Independent e

1 I.rn ar i. Mm-- March. days, but returned to Ocala yesterda Order Forres-ti r. writes:

C. J. Joseph of the "VeronaInn" Mr. Eugene Cox of Atlanta is at th,- \ Fv ; {.:,1{ i.1pphI14 While on a. vitt to Boston I must
have r.r. that did not
eaten somd
; aired
11.dtt, 111.-Ilu..Unc It is the height oft at Clearwater, has been a famil- Seaside Inn for a week with his moth
: ; with my stomach, as; a terrible case of
H- unuii'T HeaMon our hotels con- iar figure on our streets for se\-era1i er. Mrs. Pike. As he is everywhere >
Peruna
indigestion followed. was: recommended
luu. I, h.na good list of arrivals. days. He has a number of friends in i Mr. Cox is very popular at the beach to me, and after using three

Ocala who are always glad to see him. and is generally surrounded by a bevy i.. ;.;;'4l bottles / w as entirely cured. I therefore

.:, ''..111 man Homer Ion is in then of charming girls. recommend Peruna to any ona

> fr. in *!i FetershurK. where he Mr. Will Dale, with the Dutton Phos- Mrs. H. C: Jones and children ar,' suffering with stomach trouble."
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8 M..n t ;,, inrt'v In that city for a phate company of Gainesville after also guests at the Seaside Inn. Mr Every Trace of Catarrh Cone. t

Wfcltf I spending several days in Ocala. has Jones arrived last night to spend a Mr. James P. Urarktu.tiluTenth: ., f fNe

i returned home. His friends were delighted few days with his family, who will bt- \#York City, X. Y., has occupied the

I.itM- I ""II tit Turnlpst-etl of Dun- with the privilege of seeing here for a month and possibly longer. office of Water Inspector New York

n.'actO iMs*' Kut-st of her aunt, Mrs. him. The baby Violet, who has been s'uvery City, for the past fifteen years. H*

,..".,,< \\ I'< rrr. on North Magnolia ill, is very much better and it I carries on an extensive plumbing; business -
at 61010th Ave. He is Past Deputy
.If* Dr. William Andfrson whose family is hoped that the salt air will do h,-r
I of Grand Knights; of Reigna Celia Coun
i is spending the summer at Sea- a great deal of good.
I i
cil. Knights of Columbus, N. Y. Ho
tJ ia; Igoing sadily forward I breeze, has joined them and will :Mr. and Mrs. John F. Williamsonand writes; follows:

with" bttl' i-r.Mlinic under the: new ordl- spend a couple of weeks fishing and the Martin family have a cottage "For nearly a dozen years catarrh baa
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naa \\ -. will noon hathe pret- bathing and enjoying the delightful at Daytona Beach for the balance of >1, }.< {{\, ; }r \ ,. .v.Jyv3; ? bothered me in one form or another. I
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star 18..r town to )>e found any- breezes.Mr. the month and Mrs. W. D. Graham .?a r; .+1i{: .; \ was troubled with nasal catarrh, that
I had affected stomach which troub- j
w h. r.' and her two sisters and their childrenare my ,
Ii led me mo.-t in the morning. My appe ;
Truehart Bodiford of Gaines-
-- -- also in a cottage and will remain
J. EDWIN BROWNE. tite was poor, and I did not seem to
r,.t4.! I NIC t lUrt-o the moat popular ville, who travels for the Solomons for a month.
-"- "'"" I relish my fond Indigestion bothered meat

KfNf: < matt in this section of the Drug Company of Savannah spent Mrs. J. M. Meffert and family occupy J. Edwin Browne, National Commander Army and Navy L-ntonof U. "j I times also. I was advised to take

tat ail 'h- prl l" of the people of Thursday and Friday in Ocala inter- a large cottage at Daytona Beach 410 llth street, N. Washington! D. t'., wmt's: I Peruna, and I took it as prescribed for

< t iti >1- 4 "iti v HM. a pleasant visitor viewing the trade. lIe is a very pop- and have been here for several yearsin "I have no hesitation in endorsing your Peruna as a most efficient cure j I a month when my cure was almost com

i .i.r r !II'; Thur-day. ular salesman and booked many or- succession. They are expecting for catarrh. My own experience and that of many friends who havebeen i, plete. Today there is not a trace of catarrh .

.--- ders here. Clarence Meffert tonight and be will benefited by its use recommend: it to all persons suffering from that in my system, and I can say with
"
i out hesitation that Peruna cured me.
Mi: .> H- Juan. who U the govern- stay over for several weeks: Bruce complaint."

-- fur "! Inil 1 I.- daughters of Mr. "Uncle Joe," the Ocala Banner's: Meffert' who has been at the beach ...... -... _ J' ,... -"- ......"., Agreeable and Effecthe Tonic.

tid Mr t'lar!: ,-ncr Camp ts spending Gaiter: correspondent, was among the for about three weeks, expects to return Says Peruna Saved His Life. I: If in the lungs; it is apt to set np con- General John Finn, Washington; ,

hi* mouth at lir home near New prominent visitors to our city yester- to Ocala either Saturday or Sun Peruna had curt-d me of catarrh. II sumption.If D. C., veteran soldier of the civil war,a

1 ,1. .'1' day. "Uncle Joe" has temporarily quit I can work all day, eat hearty, sleep located in the kidneys or bladder it prominent Grand Army man and commander -

., -- the classic fields of Gaiter and is at day.Mr.. and Mrs. George C. Pasteur and well, and my digestion Is all right.I produces urinary disorders. of the oldest post in the UniUxl

located at Holder. He has was not able to do a day's work last If in the bowels it deranges the bowels. States, John A. Rawlins: Post No. 1,
H..IHTI Mrlatmb. who works in the present baby are expected to arrive at Day-
feel that of the Potomac Grand
I candidly using department ,
to however lost none of his interest in short for visit year. your Catarrh medicine in order to be effective -
.T, <>! Mr I.. R. Cluittl. has gone tona Beach in a while a I medicine was the means of saving my Army of the Republic, writes:
should be an internal remedy and
"lIu"I.lalof North Carolina to the Ocala Banner. of several weeks. life. I find it is just what it is recommended I not a, local application. Peruna was recommended to me by

r.t, two nxttfha for tho benefit of Mr. Heron Todd is also at Daytona to be, and I speak in highest many of my associates and I have givenit

) tUti The city council at a special meet- Beach for a fortnight. praise of Peruna. I shall recommend Peruna has maintained its reputationfor ,I a fair trial. Have found it a most
it to all friend...Alvis A.Nelson, many years as an internal catarrh
ing Thursday night fixed the assess- my agreeable and effective tonic,pleasant

Mi- Kuairf MeGatmgin of this ment for the next fiscal year at seventeen Col. Otis T. Green who with his Virgilina, Va. whole remedy. It operates It benefits throughout catarrh; of the the soothing;:, and leaves one free from the
When one has catarrh of the heador I system.
any deleterious effects produced the
N a,1 married at the home of her mills, the same as it is at family is spending the summer at the throat they know it. Snuffing,sneezing pelvic orirans! the same as catarrh of the many nostrums now on the market.by I

UcGahagin. at present. Judge McConathy thought Breakers, Seabreeze, leaves this afternoon head or throat.
i.ixhua
> "!MI.T. M\ coughing, spittim:;. !gagging, chok- have suffered from catarrhal afflictions

.I. Mi t- on August Sth to a that a fourteen mjllage would be suf- for Jacksonville and Tallahassee iaz-the.e are some of the! symptoms. : the past winter,and have found Peruna

\t. i.ii II.-r < cala friends arena I ficient but was voted down. on professional business. He will When any one has catarrh of the bron- most beneficial and commend it for

; :: I i 'II'1\ uf happiness. spend several days at home before returning chial tubes they are not quite so apt to The Family Relies on Pcru.ia. what it has done for me."

---- I The friends of Mr. T. II. Wallis in to Seabreeze.Mr. :. recognize their trouble as catarrh although A. Ilowitt Nickerson, Capt. U. S. --
Relieves Mind and
Body.
this city and county, whose names are : there are great many people Army, Adjutant General on General
article giving
\1'I 1'01:1'8 I the fact that Mr. G. W. Woodbury, Rogers, Ohio,
who liegin to appreciate ca- McCook's staff, writes from the Census
t I. 'r how phosphates were legion, will regret: to learn that hois Louis R. Chaw will leave for and Center of the
formerly Captain
tarrh of the bronchial tubes is sure to Building;, ,Washington, D.C.a,; follows: I
lit- ,1'1..n.la ought to attract desperately sick in Gainesville and Ocala this afternoon, after a short visit Hiram College Ea:!>ket Ball Team,
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create a cough.Catarrh "It affords me great pleasure to recommend -
.tw.l: attention. Mr. Vogt is has been carried to the Odd Fellowshome here with his wife and children. I produces symptoms according Peruna as a most excellent i writes:

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i. i particularly Interesting. thought that he has appendicitis: and Dr. William Anderson arrived at tarrh is located. Catarrh deranges assist nature in overcoming the weary and refused to work.afewdonudof

that an operation will be necessary. Seabreeze last night to spend the remainder function of any organ.If ; various ills with which the human family ,. Feruaa restored lost strength and in-

of the week. Dr. Anderson'r thecrtarrh be in the stomach it pro- is often afflicted, and is always in vizorated qniekfT and more petma-
u' nut" Mrs (Howard Clark and Mr. ; trendy than anything 1 kut.w."
I, \h" Arthur Clark have rented Mr. J. J. Gerig has gone to Brooklyn is a splendid and enthusiastic fisherman :: duor, dy-pt'llroia. danger.;,

>IIaaU' mi Uk Weir where tbeyi : and other points for a several and it is hoped that his coming .- _______ n_ ___ __ __ _-_

t' i .,IH-IH! the neit two months. The weeks vacation. He will join Mrs. will make the fish begin to bite. i iI. BASEBALL INTEREST, REVIVED The Good Roads Builder Miss Sara Davis' "At Home"

Gerig and the baby in North Carolina I
;iii-oiftt' will com** and go between Among the prominent visitors to Wednesday evening at the home of
and they will reach the "City ofChurches" ; THOS. WALLACE ILL. I
'!* lab every few days. I Williston and Ocala Played Befare a
a ai
H T. their
: It I this city Wednesday was Allen Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. G. Maughs
I
4 by easy stages. goes I Good Crowd Yesterday
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that for the saying that they will have a Is Very Low at Sanitarium, Suffering formerly of Ocala, but for the niece, Miss Sara Davis, was the hostess -
1\.mIII. !"'. --II B. Browne says What s' \rted out to be a close game
good time. Front Appendicitis. past three or four years residing in at a very unique domino whist
Nils! iiniy attend the Ocala : was turn J into a very one-sided affair
Thos. Wallace of Ocala, a well ,I I Jacksonville.Mr. party given for quite a number of her
.invention. All the after the fifth inning yesterday

.,JQhi'11I11'1 will lie here. It is going toi An inquest was held over the bodyof known and popular traveling man, afternoon when the home team enter I Rodgers is an expert road t builder boy and girl friends. As the guests
the colored man Arthur Suggs, who has been visiting this section of
t .' I I' '. -i t lathering of democrats; : tained the boys from Williston. At because he has made a special arrived, they were ushered into the
drowned at Home's still on lies seriously I
who was the state for many years,
r rw I, .n he state of Florida. evidenceof ; the end of the fourth inning the score study of road building for the past dining room where Miss Whitfield of
Monday. but as there was no ill at the Odd Fellows' Sanitariumfrom
stood one to nothing in favor of the fifteen or twenty years. He is now
foul play the remains were ordered appendicitis having been brought Dunedin very gracefully served
: visitors, who were playing better ball out inspecting road building materialfor
has occupied --
ti-nrj t II I-did, who There was some suspicion
buried. here from High Springs Friday morn I punch.
last I than the home team. the board of county commissioners
'u ii I. ctty market for the to his death by several parties I Domino whist the
attached train.
ing on a special was played on veranda -
however of Duval and has
Beginning with the fifth county, just
alas.t -
North
I' I in \\ located on I and the inquest was the outcomeof : Mr. Wallace was stricken at High i and in the parlor for an houror
life and of the material in
be the Ocala team took on new made an inspection
,.n..*.. where he may always this. It had been reported that Springs Wednesday evening but two and all had a big time playing
hit the ball all over the field, WbICb.\\the vicinity of Lake Butler.
I ".ii-l with a good line of fresh meatsrhM Suggs had been: shot, but there was it was not anticipated that the matter I!i coupled with errors, In speaking of the road building this very interesting game. The tables -

,' f'tt". nothing to indicate this.A would prove so serious. He suf :' I Ii and the score cards were num
home team to score five times. They material of the state. Mr. Rodgers

fered a great deal on Thursday and i I continued the onslaught in the seventh states that there is none better than bered with domino figures.
I -. Siif Hared after a protracted mon doesn't have to live on the Thursday night, and his friends de Miss Julia Wiley of Troy. Ala., wa:
and eighth innings, when they the flint rock found in Alachua coun
with! relatives at Miami Gainesi East Coast to get the benefit of the' cided that it was necessary to bring ai-I: the winner of the ladies' prize a han I
made three and five more tallies ty. It is not only firm, but very durable
BrtHinoQ. has returned home mango. Just get a ball of cotton yarn, him here where he could secure the I! painted picture, representing a Dur, .1
"i most at will, and put still another man I I and will last for centuries when
.. !! J. now at Sunny Slope Farm soak it in kerosene and then dip it in professional attention and treatment I girl. knitting and dressed in the CM-,
:; across the plate in the ninth making i properly spread and worked. He s
wa. "...r at the depot by hei castor oil and suck the strings and I I tume uf her country and wearing
necessary.An 114,! tallies in all.! ,! cured a sample of the material, whi--h! : ,
I r T: Marco, and proceed you have a most excellent imitation operation was performed on Mr. I 1 wooden shirr;. cap. etc --:u. v Pry pr-*-
1 I During the fifth, seventh and eighth i i abounds within a few miles of Gau.; --
', :sunny: Slope. !| of the genuine mango. Qo to any Wallace at the Sanitarium Friday afternoon the I I ry design11- Da\ i, ;..I.t.' >! th"
would
innings the home boys run I vine in great quantities and will: submit I
I fruit stand and see if any bystander and it is hoped that he will picture ail! ,e'.;.- uivea \< r: i.-.auy: ha'-
bases, and in attempting to put them I II: the same to the commissioners fDuval
\ ','1 ,I Iis being laid on too j, can detect the original from the coup recover, although his condition is yet out the visitors threw the ball reck I! county. I ring torpiin: :.'$ on h '!' t:: work (

terfeit. i Harry PalHltan': Fnn, Harris
": >ideI the Daptist 1 critical lessly. The Williston battery became Mr. Rodgers states that road buiMing !: -
ward who was at Clearwater I tied for tt r z*r,' 'man's pr/-: the latter -
tl.' fourth I Mrs. Wallace endeavoredto :
J It \ in discouraged. though they is progressing nicely ;in D'lVilcountv. !
1 1 I "t>ii,4V: .1.lne! by the Mr. and Mrs. Burford. Miss Mary was notified by wire and is ex win to the last. A feature of the :! .-Gainesville Sun. I winning '>:: cv' This prize'

:.III, tiul S:jue Company, i JBurford, Wiley Burford Sam Burford, I pected to arrive in the city today.I .- game was the one-hand catch by W. !I I was a hot: rr )Ma n'H"'j girl pairie :-

1 r i\ikm of Mr. B. J. I i Agnes Burford and :Miss Julie Wiley. I Gainesville Sun. Red: lick of McLin's long fly to left Married in Ocala.A ed on the tMiss "v, :

t of the com- I i their charming guest from Troy Ala- II ; : Jean Teague w.:. he! ladi-'-'
manager
I J r. marriage license was issued Friday
t. I went down to WoodmaronLakeWeilyesterday First Shipment From Colorado field.Clark pitched excellent ball, allow- I booby, a box of domino- = and Btb -':i
afternoon for Mr. Arthur Adams,
and will be gone a week. Todd and Whit Palmer \'." ti I Rocky Ford, Col., Aug. 4, 1907. ing but four hits and fanning twelve of South Lake Weir, and Miss Hattie
Miss Alta Pearson will become a tleman's booby. a stick o:' (" :.-r, anl i
solicitor
l'1 i I. \ Krwin.' traveling To the Editor Ocala Banner: men. D. Reddick. for Williston also Caldwell, of Candler, and this happy
I member of the house party today. they had a big time eating it
was in Ocala of cantaloupes from struck out twelve but he allowed
!je 4la Banner The first crate : couple were married in Ocala yes-
sections I They expect a week of pleasure Boating Ice cream sundaes and cake w;f"
-iy. He says that all the Arkansas valley for the season ; twelve hits. terday by Rev. Jones, of Candler.

,. county are prospering. Just I I bathing and delightful fishing were resort never and i of 1907 was shipped from here today I| The score: They immediately boarded the A. C. served by Miss Whitfield and Sits*

\ turners are saving their fodder better on this to Olivet Bros., New York. They : Ocala. . .I.J ft t i 050351-1 t L train for Jacksonville and will Sullivan.

ay crops and are making prep- they anticipate a jolly time. were the Van Buskirk's netted rocks, Williston .I.000100001 I I I spend their honeymoon at the metropolis The party was a most elegant a f-

picking and that the Elbert Seed Com | Batteries-Ocala: Clark and Ford. fair.
I tin) for cotton President N. B. Young of the State and shipped by and some of the nearby sea-I

are fine crops of sweet potatoes will pany. Williston: D. Reddick and Epperson. side resorts. The best wishes of this
Tallahassee Di.
I Normal School at Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
,,( f. r the county. I j be in Ocala on September 9th and address This is a great country, but Floridais i I! Umpire: Mr. Crom. paper are extended to them. I arrhoea Remedy Better Than

Yours truly,
better. Three Doctors
the necessity !
M. Louis Toffalrtti will in a few !I the colored education.people on The Normal C. C. CARLETON. I: For an Impaired Appetite Wrecks on the A. C. t... Railway.Two I "Three years ago we had three
I
n- teals the erection of a two- I of higher To improth(' appetite and to wrecks occurred yesterday on I doctors with our little boy and everything -

",.n trick Louse on the corner of I School is progressing rapidly I Epworth Era of August Sth strengthen the digestion try a few the A. C. L railway. One was at or ; that they could do seemedIn
The
streets. and the colored people of the state: doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and vain. At last when all hope seemed -
Fourth Inverness and the other at
North I near
and
a-'n..lia for I should not miss the opportunity offered contains a very pretty picture of the Liver Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seitz of De to be gone we began using Cham-

':' e first floor will be used a I a splendid education Ocala Junior League, Chapter, Mrs troit. Mich., says: "They restored my Welrsdale. The southbound train berlain's Colic. Cholera, and Diarrhoea
white the second story i to secure was compelled to use the Seaboard Remedy and in a few hours he began -
'.. .' room, small cost. Prof. M. M. Little, superintendentMr. appetite when impaired, relieved me I
comparatively he Is healthy
as
It Is a :; at a to improve. Today
\1'111 \# suitable for offices. of a bloated feeling and caused a tracks as faras Leesburs. We understand -
rJ house I! Young will no doubt be greeted with pleasant ani satisfactory movementof : I a child as parents could wish
Fplondld location for a business large attendance when he deliversihis Will T. Gary is spending a week the bowels. Price "5c. Samplesfree. no one sustained any injuries for.-Irs. B. J. Johnston Linton,
hadr :; a ; !
and Mr. Toffalettl has already I Ocala address 1 in Dade City. All druggists. s: in either wreck. Miss. For sale ty all druggists x

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LADY GODIVA'S RIDE WAR ON STANDARD: OILWHATIS W\VV\/ V \A wig '+

ILG rllS vIi D i iT ALL FOR ?

lo"A Lay l: lo.jha; has been uadiu:: :..or;.;.

; .,: t tU :; "I; L.i.Mjli. Slit 15 'Cu.\: Or.l r..' Herbert Knox Suii .l. corporation Kea
: !..a.... .' "' t-io ting
.. i'. ', .- l :au lived in the eleventh ctniuryr c atn.iissioner, turns the al :lluari' J

--S( ) D :-Oht' was the wife of Leofric Earl of son Big Stick against the Standard: .
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t.n.CURl: .. i ..'..;.. t I E C-ester. She was a woman of great Oil and knocks it with gcoulish gleein
: I I 11_ 'tI .!:'\ the Prcs .'
:; 1 ray; : : and piety and the benefactress : a report to : IK; too
SRLT SICK 1
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; I .. f.'j of many churches and monasteries:; lengthy for the: newspaptr" :o jrint i
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.0',, : i,: :: According to the legend she begged In fall but most of tyre 1L the: Tines- '
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i TILf: ;dAr.SISNJT'.VCC'; ': :'.: :E' 1 !.tr> nushana :o relieve Coventry of a Union among the nacubt-r have printed a CompanyThos

;, do therefrom. That the re-;
II! : b:iMt-nsoiue tax and he agreed to extracts
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t ; ?,' if she was enough in earnest to port: is biased and 1 prejudiced shows \ .P

A' (HI.p'"s'n:t IT r/?,;.*I,7F/, TiJ';: ride naked through the market place. OQ its fa@e. It purports to be :a report ; Successors to Strauss! & Co.

f I > This she did. covered only oy her on the pttro'.t-um: industry while i

:long hair and thus won relief for tie in fact it is merely; a bitter attack: on !

t people Standard Oil-as onslaught upon i 1 I
Tht uanie of :this 1 .'j'isGEEWILLIKINS I ITo :
quote from Tennyson: i: Standard Oil business methods.

1 t ; I Then she rode forth clotted on with: Where did Mr. Smith get his information 4WHOLESALLWVOflDEALEkS
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I chastity. ? John D. Archbold. vice pres.cent ,
Its hot in the citit's hot in the : '
..:e deep air listen'd round her- as she of the Standard: Oil Company, \
woods; I -
rode. in a published statement: :say:: that :
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lakes-: of And all the jsw. wind hardly breathed none: of the Standard Oil oScialswere +

for fear.Coventry given the opportunity to be Ocak FloridaRYE
the goods ;
England has been "Lady :heard or to submit data. This they ,
It'* hot in this room till it bakes! jI j jI I
ji I II I Godiva" mad for months. When a revival would have done and done truthfully '

of the procession last wrnessed As it stands. Mr Smith resort is :
> hut on the ladies it's hot on the 3 CASE WHISKEY,
in 1SST, was first talked of many desired valuless: as a report on the peroleum'; WHISKEY. GoiSPECIAL'
gents, fOUR .
I to strictly adhere to tradition.even industry, for he got bis alleged facts : > Per : Per -Jt B- ..
I its hot on the girlies and boys: I :.:.r r't' . . . . st.t+
I' > t 'V babies with ealor in-j to the nudity of Lady Godiva. and figures from enemies and competitors i 1" ci H.;,' Rye . . . .7\ QUART OFFER B.-Ke'; hie. . -I .
i but the anti-nudiss succeeded in effecting of the Standard Oil and even : .L"\.c',.'.'''.' ,_, . . . .,;) .. of Kentucky . :
. . . :.,]1) .r King
compromise and a vaude-: [ the lay mind can see that they are un le..eLeg;; Isle; I J.
I! l's': roll: Rrerve .
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I is to : mBut Mr. Smiths big boss did | w Royol I '
vile actress whose specialty "L"" .odd.....';s PndeM . . . .3v.. ; Strauss: '
,I display herself in groups of li"ing'statuary not want the truth.!: He wanted sen- ; ,'n'gmn. . . . . o). O'e will t'n.L 5., express: Old Maryland Rye 1
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1 1fc "akers. the cakers, the II I ( : 3., 0 Old Harve CornPilgrimage l'.K
Ur.ole! Jet? . . . )
was engaged to represent rational charges for political! ue j r'r::rae; : . . . 4.00 prepaid furl quarts of . 1 .
the historic benefactress of Co"entl'I: Lees lift the lid and take a peep a: ; Irn Hill . . . . ...Lt'' I X :Cascade ;.." . . I '
STRAUSS
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\\-'t: 'lie: fat -!'ioh.th I c- . . 5.00 -'- : White_ l .
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the Godiva" the motives for this attack on th? ; r-J.uss
> tin 'i: ravens. This year "Lady pageantry -' Fern Hill . . . 1
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I i CORN WHISKEY. '' .
even: and was Standard Oil. { : i Strauss' 78 1 ''
was a great FOR $3.50
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r ",'hr. Itt t ..1 Tennessee' CornNortn $1- : Old Oscar Pepper (not In b-.n.l 1 I
., .. I witnessed by a vast multitude. The Roosevelt: :administration decided \ Carolina .
I .. :!.l owe : ,:,ue-. I i Com.'e.:. will st'nd express Planters' 1 S
1 I A to the World says: ; that it would be good policy to :! S'atesville Corn . of Scotch .' 'I
special f M. un: :a Corn ::: : : : : : 2.50 prepaid} tuii quarts : Black and White : i
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1 1' :- I .. ::I',:,.;:ciat: .: ..tan'." and I, La Milo who personated Lady Goliva. .- cake cognizance of the clamor of the >! t.,':.d Harvest . . 3.00 ST2AUSS ROYAL ML Vernon ;.
1 1I I rode a handsome white circus ; masses: who jus for fun. call for a I! GIN. > GIN.

..-)-::(?. She wore crimson tights but !! Little exhibition of trust busting and ; S"' an Gin . . . . .S1.5It RESERVE Per '1t. &'! '
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Su" .a:,=. phys !: ::: ifri'3.1- : . . l5
: T J-1! Gin . .. ;
} I It: to I f' t' l't'lla" ,' ho: in t.." coyred rough riding. j Holland: Gin . . . 2.00Cro ::: 'London Dock Gin . I' .
.! I : i if. The infant indusry offspring of I ';\'n Gln . . . . :.aO FOR 53.,":0 Tom GinHolland . . . 1 .
t' r- bare.Ooinplaining. I the tariff by its republican sire must': Perfection; Gin . . . 3.001' GinPhosphate . . . 1
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f Ifi ;,'unt! 11\ '-., A till :: er were I RUM.NeT We" will and 4 full qts. Gin . . . 1 '
...' that she could make! not be touched-O. no! They always! : i OLD Booth Tom Gin . . 1
Rum . . .$2.50
: England I
I :haf: a dozen summer frocks out of furnish the fat for the campaign: fry ; Jar.a.Ka Rum . . . 8.00 i MALT WHISKEY.

he! gauze she was compelled to wear. and they will continue to do so. i' BRANDY. I HARVEST CORN ; Pr Bot!..
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ad
I I" ? 1 '.. 71'".":'UY.nn"n\ !
1 \ *. die took an hour and a half to ar. Standard Oil is not a tariff projected ; I Blackberry Brandy . . .$1.50 I The best goods to be Duffy's Pure Malt . w. '11t.pie C

r *. range her trailing hair and long dra- : trust. Officials of the Standard iOil j ; Brandy . . . 3.00 had for the money Bowman's . . . 1 1
t Phi -.-'.:*! fish-u: and Sins: I. I Pea.h Brandy . . . 3.00 j I
wries and then a special committee [ have refused to kowtow to the : . . 3.00 : SWEET GOOM.'
!I' I 'he por.\'';,> it ,s hot .":1 j. Ca.ifTnia: Cognac I FOR Sb.OO : Per O,,!
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i. ''t'PVt'$. I appointed to see to it that there was 1 throne of Theodore. They did: not ;' WI I N E. Peach and Honey "A" >grad* i i ..,JCl:3.w3.ba
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!. ". .. ..".. .". -. no offense against modesty had to ap- rive freely of their million for the : Wine . . ..R e will >end express Peach and Honey "M" gmd ;;:
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t It' l n" < artI her costume before she was Roosevelt campaign fund. They must Port Wine . . . 1.50 i prepaid full qaarts of Rock and Rye "a" fimd* . l'I
I proveot I B:3caberryViIle . . 150Sr.erry : Rock and Rye ***** grade . % 'f., '
I l I' I my fore: ii r',s hot OBv permitted to take her place in the pajeant. punished.. Hence that report and: Wine! . . . .1.53 STRAUSS FAMOUS grange Brandy . . . 3 / j'
Ft 1 t:he court cases, against the Standard IT.ported tort Wine . . 4..M1' ; g Banana Brandy . . . S H"
t rain.hty. II Lr.por.ed Sherry "tne'n'," Brandy< . . I ,". S .
I An. : hal :te> 2 for some ,I; Many of the local clergy who had Ml. i i

j,I I :" .i been preaching against the fleshings : Mr. Smith says in his report that

as being suggestive of nudity left the the: Standard Oil Company has raised -
; 1 mi' 1 fear ma: : let that ox-
t city temporarily but most of tb people -: the price of kerosene. When and
i Those N.
i Th :.:".t,- ,met of a rhyme. I of the county and from eighty to1: :ow? Keating }

; TimesD., a hundred thousand from the outside ,; It is within the recollection of this
; -H. }H :n Richmond scket's
I i.-J a sight of the splendid pageant writer when kerosene was sold to

l pal f whirh Lady Godiva was the! cecfgure ie consumer a: sixty cents a gallon. I
cala Florid
I p Old Friend -.*' md it was: then of such poor quality ,

T're crowd voted hat the clothing that fakirs made a fortune seeing a 4 4Av

rh. .1::": the gre- cry folio: .\' '' .>. .. ::!'ll locks was overdone. I pink powder to put in !lamps to pre- ,

""' 0 'ir.t->sj: of Craven. Braley!: vet: their explo.iir.j i ,
'.":: I .T K'.ev :, : Liucos NVt4AAAMA "AA 'V\I\AJAA"V" I IA
t '.\ .' 'l > '.> 11 :' r.:'d th: \' !. '.au,h.o'r. had a large party Twat was: rvr_.: ..>r,0. rh__*_> _S'aidard._'___' _! Oil_ __ ,

I "t t I '.t f C' i .. l.-' \- - -.ncipa': boel! for the" rag'dI: coe;'aa c 'lnd"r'l' de\elop :t& in. .; i

.. .!a.!'r:- By -he v.-nr metewhc! ,; Gooa SC'Ieme-Fcr JacKSonvi 'e
t '. rd
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hf Oh! Fcr a Salomon Mr 1; Sott: cr'icr:, -> o : everv"y. its Ju"& A. 0. Wright of :nn.. :n ,
: t' r '
i \' ," .' ._ ;. r". :..t : -v.ic ten; the :lot and tie Lus-: ; -., ."ab'i: *.-.' ra.stse quality: aad 1:31 ':'L-: :i- .:-tirci: : C1 'hrw'ri :_- .: ;: HA
I t hose built tna.' :> <.\ ... "he price of k-r" sec?: What RDWAREKNIGHTMARTTNCO
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,,- > trig upon ..
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.! i .. '. Trid .... ::.e (x-uple: ..ig:0 :.are-; :-. :':- -r.vv. ;.-; cc., c v--y--; : Itno 8c., and
.', n.I-: ': a l.a: : ;:; : '.::' : : S:; CJ.i-3'
I .. '- : : : .>: the wife :$ tav.u; hrr11- r r,:; :>. r"- are wh: _> ,"-LIpaying '
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I. .. ira the! hu i- -.i'; :,.'r pnit a (er:,;.
.t :. :'. ;" .'.:: t > : :' up :;- M < -- ---- ---._
1 : -..,. :t rrb- ,,:, _j.r. >! b;=, :Louse free h:? n:. i Vd- :-y t-- I.: '- .L:: )'Iaat : 1CSZta .2 j :"' .--ihat.uo: Wl _'t:: i'*'>I",: -.

1 '::. 1:. : .C'l.,,! :r.isie, an:> rights! or interest in ::: ia1 1 ':: pet!pt! -vorked: ou by. -ji ::.':= A'.iitic Coast L. rra.va... "-

t t I. d : ...... .,...,> grt.;. ::-t'" prc2uxi: > ,T pet-oleucj' and it wa the aras ismr-'i by Judge Wright tu -i-,

_. ,, prc-its iron ::here by-products that !pens senet r.e on all vagrant and it-
: -tl M .:tr-tH.\ !L' 5aiiy: :- : ::.e ;0 :l'Il ohs: c.Jl r L.;; : I I

\ t 't :t" ,IP"UPt"! .1l'-'r. sa:" larate C
l : :.-.r 5"OWJut oi the marital cifi.ts it kerosene. I' vided they! accompany an agent '. : ,
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y i T! \ To-day. : \' ?d up rl At :ham T. \ '
o V.suita: .\: I. i O..j l
i the Atlantic Coast Line srau.t.
If the of had suffered to a
..: of John Skarritt and wife. great mass people -jo.nr
I ,t. .::: :ll an \\ : .. t::t' ,sad fat' i .
t'Hit and way.t'1 ;: .arntt. holding that his house was as little from other rusts as ]sear Live Oak. where they are to De t OCALA FLORIDA'

l :' .t \\\r"l -: ;"J..uion }:v castle: barricaded himself in it, they have from Standard Oil they I given! employment.

I asks .I: cr ne! moved it!: more than a block : would indeed be in a happy condition. i In peaking of the matter vest: ,?:- Come and see us when in ned of anything in

I r.: ..,lf I P:" Picker' .1 ': ..: "" away from his wife's lot and with thee And aside from raising the quality day. Judge Wright said: the of

t I Tc ,i- :'Pr hush t narae ber., : l lows: and doors nailed up for three and towering the price, it. was the ;. "I think this an excellent sc Il.'o way

tot %t- "Y j Y l''t': .H at 1: '. \\> prevented a constable from servn Sandard Oil methods which have enabled to rid Jacksonville of a worti.-s-e: o a

t' m..nf logo. i'roct: tho' ': : ::. Pspecia'a" : a warrant sworn out by Mrs Skar ; the United States to hold the class of people. Recently many: vagrants Farming Implements I

i a. 11 \ .\ r'ni,)r 1 t "! Ht'J ab"':' rrt: c..arin: : :: ..'m with the larceny of: petroleum! business of the world ; have been brought before m-. ,

i: : Rkb' ,"!h'.rni1.: t fire wh :: 'he coos! ?e. v ",-
,H.al" r It'akrs'e: canede:3i a"eup-ed t .7.'.. his improvised ing up a great business here and giving the city jail. In addition to vagrant ,

;f n' Tv>:-'.-e-> by i :". .:: ze had made into employment and riches to thousands there are a number of jail birds that Stoves Pumps

I WI" '''.P ;'rttu' .'-."'.''.,t r.e CJ :.,, ::.r :balk ya- ': rtWt: distant. Htw of American citizens. Is nor this will be willing to go to work with '-- o .

j l' ( ,Inn' <, bibs '" !e r"it'.l1' : : i,* confroi ', > .1 Constable: ; as ht item worthy of consideration Coast Line in order to get out of jar:: Guns Ammunition

\ 't' !'!,'kd :: ,' a:' lt': ::,:1.Jr, :. ,-- .i.i.r': and e=eort' Thoughtful minds which look carefully I have talked: with the mayor on -h.-; ,

Th 'll't'r se: ': : ,!:.1ppojn'''' v ct'urs.em'i: ce Mrs. into the situation will! see that proposition: and he agrees; with! H.T Sash Doors

I I Ii!I\I ."!h'to .:', :. .1<,t'o1 ;S ...i.:5: ".-. ,',._ her s.for: : iiiv the Standard Oil has been lied against.is that it is an excellent oppor.unry: -Q :

,i .., \.m' '...\ l.,.. :;".'1. ,,' dui! -.' _.i" ';'.",e is eerain: to methods are the methods of all: rid the city! of this worthless; ed: E. '- Blinds Paint

trlt.u.! .' tor.:t',, : :,. -' --., "..ed :o !her or of successful l business men-no more. lines-Union.. ., etc. 0 1

.\ p. .. 1\, '.,... ,"..-:. .\. .;:.... ::>: .' a. ..- : .: am''Ilh: : : The; Roosevelt. outcry is to diveratreatiooD Wonder what the peep.of: a "t.>" ..:.'

'ain] .....t' ':t''k: .' .: : w::: : -- from the tariff protected near Live Oak': hint of the: t.;la; 5: I In tat everrhn: ? uwa::>v earned in a f W ji

lead t .:...: trusts Be not deceived.TimestnVhe crass: ;
Hardware
.s \" -at3t .. .. ,.:. G"-'l'" : :\ ::: \ :. .. :__'-:::! gal"ll : :)!l. J. X. Striping; of Jacksonville!: := ,". Store.KnightMartin.

r I'0.\ f!':" 11,' -:" ::,- : ... ', ,:: :dra.l. :ng urged: a:; United Sra'-s jrlz-: -r. i!

t Ftt .. ''t' ir. .' ..r"l:irit-\ -:" r.\ ,.,,,. ,'" I (. l'S:1 ::' :: : oat ]:rod:.lg the oher evening succeed: :h-:, late Judge Sr/aj-np, j_'. a-- .a W- Le !

i j ..'. t. t' W ". 1Ch _":'l yell: be .:N :-" ; . .':: ::l; :.:. : a citizen! passed a house from 'oral lawyt-rs mrougaou Florida a-<- r

: \ :r !thrl >-:- \by. iI' *hc2.! esianatt.i the strains of music icnvely: gi'ingIr.: Stnl.n; : :: !s'-' .

I ... I:1: y.," ','. J... t {' :- .'= : c :- ', ..: .te Il' iron, a piano zs.ihe throat: of a imotorr:: are primLent: 'Icrap ;<:. J'

,r'"i'-- -' \ ,' ::: 'Liz! .i. T-rr/'T* \.h; .. ;. .? T. P ch-arniu-g: young laiy. The only ; Th: e aJay in maxing: : : aa spain -

t .mt ," '. .....iI i-'i. '(':'a:,, a,!i::lirefor: j"rand: words:: :he ea g'_t front!: the song were !! --n.23! given ih t- oppon*- ',-- Co. I

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I '.' P'( :'.e: alf s : : .r : j. rir:::.ng about dear mother. ]Hon. W. B. Saeppard ni .f.s. Fr: ((: ..:-'

-d! '-:,' P :.),.\, ".- :' -, ::-" a": > I 'i'd L.il ) ',',:'(';':' Pai, ; on a.d turs.rg down a side igemdlt.A ,

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\ ,. ''"' a\- ) .,' a t n. sight: o: L'l''n. \\Itil a youth. He arms burled: t) the ?:tJI".s in a pan: Jof :lot stand. That wou.d: !&e a true :sayng : -

i. .. ,ttr ,'.". '... isP t r.' ", \1.I .t' :is a Mi:*:>:iM-i: ; i :.any birthai.1: :s dot:;:. 3u3 "tt sea: :: strearg i ii if it were found outside -jie B.re. .- State Institutions '

I only 3t >--ar> o: a_e K's tire t >e-:, :i-:';\l 'i-r N :'.:.':.k-j faeS:; was 1); Let's accept it as true, and! : for Education
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\ a' t'.t': : :. :: ,; .1." a ;1'::'; : ;.- .Li.Ve'.l Work:: T.i.:; Jesus <,ia end to democrats DE-rang CeiLc-' : .4
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l't s Leis do away wth tie' --- .
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rember University
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I \ .. has a: all :times bees a ::w in theCotnias .11': ; FloriAi
\ t .totud n.iiiI.'l1: 0:1t A W.i::..:.g: jc press dispatch, tm- things that lead :o victory. It Female Colltge
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I 1 tar11; \ :" .:?.,'rt'::'; i.t'y,;. :: of the de''Ci rat pay a ::er date -.: August 5, says The first oi Florida I
.'I. .,' ",, W,:l ae '::: : : ,'\ '.. :'h _
t \...1.. tIUh' : ." t'::: a .,:.:P peas ; :;-a- :-p.-r: :a he comptroller of the ':.:- .

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I .' th'tt.,..'t the .\ "-. .- .. ..,..,. ;-'l''.'.'. -h'o' f.'t< :. -, 't.::.l- the Fort Dallas National Bank cf Mian kE.vEBB !: GainesviU| --
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f t : \ ,1 un toil" gT\\\l! that t1lCehvJt tag light in :ha: bo> aa C\-.n.5:2CU- Fla: shows the total assets of -4" fir u ft *
t r'f -hP !lama.V'a: 'US exasie: of the: :berg: h'hat maybe i Parallel ia "> S'J '
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I : the bars t.; be $t"-I6.1')1. Tne receiver f1a A high grade institution Coif V
: red in spite of the of 1f..Ol& I for torn* le of ufcrj V- ,
._. d' i :: : \h'"it.d: ,':l r"-\\n of .aa greatest estimates $137,7W as good W'4.57;; I men. o"ering Late raryt lidEnific En < : a
.' ..,h 'S cal disabilities +'htomplez'i.n 1neer.11g. 1 *** *ri, a S,
t' "' aty'n fJtt: LI l\a as doubtful and S134.S25 as worthless s i 4rtcu1tural and Peda&OC!. h ot r' ,.
t 'l" : f' ta4;z r jea- I cal Courses. Aru, a
school
tIt; : 1 '1 ti: Gri'1r Man'' : the the total liabilities, which does not include of fln4rr,. :" ::solo
"R g' ta.r as the San" ; c ,._I t. Strong Faculty; well equipped Piano. Jipe
try. .+ t'-' "" \er,::";' tta flw growth capital stOCk. amount ;; laboratories orlaQ. \ ,11 \
to $ -
; is i an expression as old as the race. No L ufn: ud ; thorough insirtrtMloo. bah tve, __lion ,
from the ,
bloom'P .
anti fruit lu all stagas 076. theoretical and .1 : : i I' 7a
doubt the aid of the 2"aatcci to Practical;
!P rising setting rerao.er canful: .0. A r.e.tO .
that m3tUT't't This is one crop'1a : SUB is the most regular perfO&mance.m i f ; ci lcclon.ci peryt.i : ani 4iaeipl1ae; !I1gh moral dPSecmaatt at w. art':4. I

t : i-s u uanvu: without labors tie universe, in.les3 it is the ac- Senator Platt celebrated his 74th 'a e aL4 reBorS tksfe tmle.So { Tados ew .

j :tfd the bru.b is cut away and bun1f JC2. cf the liver and bowels when. birthday in a most desolate and lonely .n, rue dent:. tultlc:1 charge to FIoru! sew 1aICneaG& III rL.Afl. f.. J
}at ed ''will Dr. ZIngs New Life wort iz Otter etpEn;$ "' :t '
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y mss: h gad Sat very low. IAiaiaua. New
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BOBS so poor catalogue and >4.'
PiEs. Guaranteed by Tydisss &: Co. ;; manner.. ; aLlhaJr lformatioa ad- of
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Local and Personal I }lr. \V A. Finley, long time a pat t PREMIUMS TO PLANTERSGiles chi ('ry. and intend to use every effort season: For the first bale of St.i 1 I.- T h' :u 'fit-' \.'r\ l>''-t I'.t''s

ron of the Ocala Banner and a member towards handling the greater portion !land cotton, raised in this or adjoining Thanking: \.'u for pat liberal i lot'

i of the "Old Guard' was in town &. Co. Offer Prizes to Growersof or the cotton grown in this and the counties.. $25. and for the bt.-..t r "fa [IiHokttt H rrtr,
Local Editor.
i Monday accompanied by his little Sea Island Cotton adjoining counties the coming season bale of Sea Island cotton. $2.:.: for ,..an--4. Your truly

son, and renewed his allegiance for To the Sea Island Cotton Growersof We are amply} prepared to meet all the second best bale, $15: $:)11 for the- "-I.-" t (;EO. i 1.\ UMarriapa

Mr J........ \\'. Sanders of Early another year. Marion and adjoining countiesWe :- fair and legitimate prices, and. if possible largest amount brought to us trim

bird wa. tit town yesterday and was take this method of thanking you give our patrons the benefit of one individual planter and grown In- at Carter Poi

rrb.'ar.ittg for story of "Rhody." The mail route from Oklawaha to for the very liberal patronage that you freights saved by bringing us their himself; $25 for the second largest Th' hum t.f Mr t \' r ..f

Lynne has been changed. The mailis have given us for the past ten years.Every cotton.It amount as above, and $10 for the ('art..r's Poud:0\ ." -, If 4

J K Bie%''*., formerly a dUI now sent out from Ocala via Gra- planter throughout the entire is to the interest of every citi- third largest amount as above t 1... .'11 :0: Ito>
MM ihi" it) i& DOW mayor of the hamville, Connor, and on to Lynne, section is conversant with the fact zen that the products of this county We are also prepared to make !literal -
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ii 0iitr ,* "It> of ('.,ltaI River. and some parties formerly getting that it has always been our aim to should be manufactured at home. especially advances to planters who do not U'"- -
I their mail at Lynne now get it at do all in our power for the maintain- for the reason that all mon- care to sell until they get all! *N .r !':ant; II "f II!! ru'h',,:: *tl

Grahamville and Connor.Mr. ies tome this will be gathered and to those tt''" I "i, \l-t E-t t v iff
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Mr KrMfc MuwbeaU, wbo has been ance of better prices for their products ) kept at way crop
in (*aia for week or ten days, hasT.'itra thet very liberal patronage you used for the improvement of our immediate sire to gin, we have the \ r. ., -V VV Of
C. L. Bittinger of the Ocala ,
section. make of machines and can \ Ih'fI.f1tI
,"i Star is on a visit to North Carolina. have been appreciated.It In order to make it more interestin cotton the best preparation .'
J* l' lIe there for the of being .., ,'.. .f rh
goes purpose is our intention to continue to for all we" have deposited" with ways makes better price:: : 1. r i

with his wife and daughter. It nr pa rona,e. and! with I. tli ('dtiinitxia: Bank of Ocala For 'h.' \thet tu.an rr.>:' '\ .. "

Mr \ \ Iiutidwia, a popular citi- may be whispered even above a win- tl'i-!: > nd 1 Hi, '. :, w ha\' 'luuliVd! our : < ninth'K n' j", ,\, r premiums a':: ".. > aNo h. r pnun :!! I' .1' '
"II (4 siuti'Urd. wa shaking hands per that he will not re-engag in 1 ih. ,,' : ,.' I! :'l"r.' thiia ,.,:", a:. ,r' .' T '' > 4
I < .If''I''I'| II > h ': till S MI, .. II hi I ,- 1111"I i if Oeaia friends Mon- newspaper business while there (m. -' i
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\4r u.i \hJ \\' Hopkins have
Mr. T.. E. Pritchett was up tr..m
u' I i I' 'O'HM H-aeh and l will spend Candler Monday and says thaiIIH I 1 _

in< i..> "t the -iiitiiii-T at that I orange trees at Candler are It,I.h>nu i.-

........ .10'.I1' I as fine as any in the state. li< "
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recently returned from a tour..t t n _
M I.. 11..111'11..1! !:arty Bird, spection and knows whenut .1.i

Ira > ,. r u *tlaHi I IH one of speaks. He says the peach on'': .t' '! i

hi.i ,.11 4 hi..k'I1"j"i all wool are also in fine shape and thai I' .'.

t I ar11E ,"II.t Ilu.daUiN.'d : ler is all to the good.

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i ttits I' ala i lit ,njle, are lak. prominent truckers in the AinN.n: is:> V ,

{t' uMnmiaiit and seashore, neighborhood was shopping in O\'a-: !

... I "I ... loin for Io" teral Weeks.Mt 1londay. He says: that he did rt'nnr\: '

ably well the past season and that it -, -,- -- -- -- ..... _
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.inKhi-1 1.--!.' Mack, awl Mrs. .J. C. years they will soon be \\heie

\Iar.......'' .II ili' Hiawatha Farms have the farmers were before the war-- ; 1
t''nttt' t ti"in a xis.lt to Lakeland. that they will again be holding the 10 Days
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'" tuwHi It"1 i I and who is spending and Mrs. Joseph Shuford are of'Gigantic

'h.- Huiim t r MI I'a bio, lit la Ocala on making preparations to visit North

4 unit H" rill spend September in Carolina for the remainder of the n ..

I I. summer. Mrs. Shuford has been sick
IlId.D.I'I. for some weeks, and it is believed I ':

Mr i-iMi< k 'I.Kid Randall of Cou- i that the trip will be of benefit to her. : aIez
ayClothing1; ]
nii Mr VtJRh ForxuttMi of Olitchton This paper joins in this hope. This I :::

and Mr Jontan of Tampa were among aged and excellent couple came from ( I

t h.,.... pf.tfKtrtnatmtf on our streets North Carolina to Florida many years

I ti slay ago, and Mrs. Shuford has not been i Bii'i1iis
back there in several years, and will (E4IIUCii:27i)
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lanu e H. Howard who was be glad to meet the old friends of
with typhoid fever,
kilt" West "
u > long ago.
III&- r..river id and IK again back Halo I { \11'
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j a (It..-nit' He lift'hi' ran do little el.seMr Married at Fairfield !' We will 1 start a sale 1 on Ill ---v ( Sand

, ,I".4' ...t Miss Lula May Jennings and! Di.
G. Randall were married! SUP : II"I
George
*. I' II Harris! who has bad day evening, August 11, 1907 at 7 1:l" ?J tA !1,1 our Men's and Youth's Cloth l

riH.nm uii 1t I rand Mre. Mcllwain, o'clock. The marriage took 1'1:11': at }

t ino. ,,,*..tin* at the Arms House, the home of the bride's parent'i r ,. ;j il' ing at prices that, will
w h.-re .I(? will In"at home" to her and Mrs. B. S. Jennings, of Fanhfii'Rev. !,'!

Cunningham, the MethodIM! t tons have
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ister performing the ceremony. Tn,. Ufl amaze Youth'sClothing

Mr J 1. Heck wax in town y esteri pretty bride was dressed in st 'hn,'

,hin i Irving to fix up his bond as regis and lilac silk trimmed in ribbons ;and hand about 100 Men's and

"i, tiioii officer. MI an to have it before lace with white silk gloves to matl'h'I' c,

nt. roust. i-oinuiiaeionerH for approvttM The groom wore the Youth's suits, in black and *

t ill.'ir n.-M meeting.MV black, with white gloves. After supper -
Dr. and Mrs. George; Randall left and
of Connor, one of blue worsteds plaids
liagnall
T H for Red.lick to spend several days. I II _
subscribers, was in Ocala
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>"r.Iut'd I Don I failto
t rst..itlay chopping, and incidentally; Dismissed I checks that sold regularly at
'iijnyiiK his visit He did not forget Judge Joseph Bell issued an 01'd.. i r !, ,
A at this office.Mr. dismissing tir! >'
of IIlIall'ialall afternoon
to pay a yesterday from $7,50
rase against Sterling Shacklt>fort! :in '! % i prices ranging attend
Sims of Anthony was in interested m ih-i .
K. C all other parties
town yesterday getting a mowing machine case Shackleford was accused= of fit I to $10 During this sale

repaired. This recalls the fact tieing a young woman away fr'II'
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of the number of mowing machines: home for immoral purposes. have choice at
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now" in use by our farmers. II you may your

THE PURE FOOD MARKET
C. Hill and M.Hurkotue :8.50
".urs Clifford passed ,',
Augustine
of St. their Mr. Hugo Russell, proprietor ot i 4.98l
through Ocala yesterday on have the Pure Food Market, stalls 1 and 3.1
wherethey
way to Weirsdale. and his manager Mr. George M. F1 .
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to paint the new and! 'air oJ
toittraeted Sponsler, are a team of hustlers,

-nce of Mr. Upham.Ml will not tolerate standing still in their i about $2,00 pair Men's odd

movement to give the public good<'r
ir. Haycraft was in town yes- in the meat business.A .
tffi'j' and bays that the only time he vice new refrigerator, made by tht' : trousers, in stripes and solid'OllSerS

1 WAS ever intoxicated was on tobacco noted Hill Refrigerator Company. oi \ S 1 0

.v' and says he thinks that is aOry This', Trenton, N. J., has just been installs i iin .. colors cassimers and worsteds /

d KM! record for a Kentuckian. !! the Pure Food Market. It ia
is a new intoxicant and may serve asa beauty in design and workmanship '
Suit at $2,50 toS4,00
dry. 'I at
Winter when the town goes and---- has a capicity of over 1900 pour 1 L- regular prices,

I of ice and over a ton of meat. It Isj I
is back from a 'i this sale
Mr. Ernest McLin he has so arranged that, even though the' During
where
Springs, the
rip' to Green temperature is below 5il degrees
if the
Wen for a week. lIe looks as interior portion where the meats an- choice I II
looking
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trip was of benefit to him. Tie I kept is perfectly dry so dry M: f.l & your
to play a good .. -
rugged enough that a match can be struck o:I -
tame of ball so we put his antagon- !. side surface. With this t-v "..
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notice. I for keeping meat a1': :,' .r
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several
for
veteran products are kept D .
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\1 } Montholon Atkinson fore being cut, thus insuring t.-nit'i'

i of two wars was in Ocala yes' and well cured meat. I ____J _
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and -
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brown
little
war with the of wood are to be
in case of a i splinters and chips
to respond
mca will be among the first i contended with in the meats sent out
his musket I
the call and shoulder
to I by them.
terrible
and march away to the :Mr. Russell has just made a tour of

delis of warVra I the surrounding country and pwI ,
r head of the finest beef
Harry Cole, I chased eighty
W. T. Cole. Mr. (cattle that can be secured, and with
Lege
Mr.
Mf\; Smith MeAteer and excellent facilities for handling
his
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yesterday I
Weir
Lake the II
ame up from who has been to ': the meat is prepared to guarantee
Everyone I be had.
to I
afternoon been delight- 'J very best and purest ;
lake this season has is the slogan of the
the few mosquitoes Quick service ,

t-d ilre.l There, and the have bathing the boating been Is all very is that elegant.can bet It Pure with FooJ the Market fact is, that and tie this ground they, connected always upon: DAY CLOTHING SALETHE


;J you, want and a you day will of real not enjoyment be disappointed go- I(I handle which they the ask best: ,a share of the S-1511W public, BIG I 0

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THE OCALA BANNERFRANK !I A DAY IN JACKSONVILLE. THE SIN OF STANDARD: OIL. i Jpri<'e and cue} hlrI't'd tlv produot !; ., / J:&;' "' V "

1 i! j I| and i i"For paid the price. th faUlt as: ?ver'other \ I ; r

,i It was our good fortune to spend a the underdog in the: Fight" ,'' shipper could have hmt The.: j. ) A Mew Orleans! woman was ih a. ''"-

HARRIS Editor. I i I day in Jacksonville the past week. is the motto of tbts paper now and |i! company 1 did not ship At one price and!Ii.I, .,., she did not extract sufhc:: : '

P. V. Leavengood. Business Manager2wtfT : i j receive) a rebate, but paid what It f 'Erct.u.e
., Talk about cities growing! Talk,1;, has been for man'" ,"t'iTS.: I i i nourishment from her food.

i j about cities making marvelous and Nearly everj pol.tician and pearl! ,chart"- ..,. :
I '\ i t U *t \\ {@t't a Scottf.sEmul.sic'll...

.( t., '."...".. t.-..,'... !Iphcnominal: growth, we can, to use every newspaper: in the land Is jumping ;uainst it is that it paid a less price'thlm :.,. She lock: ,

S .,' J4., .... "" ,, :\ the language of Senator Frank Adams, on the Standard Oil company with : the lawful or published rate In 1 I \- ,. ilcsult : "
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.- .. :truthfully: said that in the whole L-t rti I : ;
1'< the Standard OH COml'3.nHIS ; :
AND 51-OC
'r 4, It is clear: the "under dtg" m a ..'! 1 ALL DRUGGISTS: SOc.
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"" -'.i; 't'.7" ;\ .... :!, of growing towns none of them can Ii i cents per hundred, the railway offi ,i i \.

**[* :& j_"'.,,ifiyi'J .* : ,.vrft-- ''Surpass: Jacksonville in magnificent i tremendous and most uneven fight. vials: declaring that the IS cent rate :! k. cC {tett) u ;)Y { tI

.\..: ; "&7. :: *<*-*a\ *' 1.Jk, ? growth We believe indeed, that,,! If it possesses: the symptoms of : was for a different classification ant t4 j I ,

.. is heads the procession 'matincSa. if it is vicious. greedy aud did not apply to oil m tanks and oth -
i..e .- t NOTES AND COMMENTS
Jack;onUie has grown more :since : vindictive; if its methods are such '' t. coumioditu's., \ |f i COMMISSIONER McLIN
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!i her I disastrous fire in lyi. with) per- that I other dogs can venture forth Only Wht'n"t' make a shipment of )pa'per "j

FRIDAY. ALGUST 16. 1907. I jithe haps one! exception than any other'' at the peril? of their Ihes. then and j we obtain the rate from' the railway It is reported: that HOHV. C. U.; The beat; politician m Flu:, ::4 la a
I f! i woman
j town in the state has grown since ,''in that case, it should be: shown no |i ; officials and pay the rate so furK I '\.' of Suuitor count will! enter

Park Traii..f.. i, JiliiUg at : FIona Ilitars i 1 was admitted into the Union II I imercy and stain: o> the public e\tvu. nitioner <: '+i us and it it should turn out ;; Commissioner McjUu -
I : hi' lists:: : against Hobson's volubility is maruiti-nt
in 1M5. without BO much as the: benefit to be an error it would st't'Dt\) us j
I Ei'ideuti> the campaign ot l tans but it is not war.-Atlanta J''lfLal:
It is not a mushroom growth, either of clerc y. ; that: the fault should lie with the rail +i

Editor L'Enoght: to edit a diiiy. : tome of the buildings, indeed Wo have bt>t'n su.ivmg, the sin l'f ; wily company and not with U:". j j will not be lacking: m the number of
The peanut is all right '
It is now too :oug between: issues. most of the buildings are solid substantial t the Standan.: Ou and have: endeavored 1 What i is to be the result of this: un- i| canditiah'-Palatka Times Herald. \ pc

I structures and some are: seen \- to ascertain here its sin differs j i! fnendlv legislation and judicial ao'nor i!I ){r. Kilgore of Sumter is a good politics-there it cuts_a \""-rv: nom

The KeuiucikV "uoiue-cuiuing":>eeniato and eight stories high and built ofjl from oiber organiza-.on: and corporations -j' against the Standard Oil com j j uiau.: so far as the True Democrat figure.

: have no
Ta> lor. vitrified brick the harbor has been "; Trust. and !icae; the a..ui tha1hs i sou- i It will fall with particular severity j! some very good things: of him; but we Women are always unlue; T l"rt-

deepened: man: } feet and great enter- !jri.' have: been uuat': : h' delect: the dif upon rh's sra'e .. j think he would enter a hopeless race, are thirteen women in the F,. '..:-!1
'
Thtuant
getting up iu :he world &intpiy Wt.' 1l s In no city in the south has the the Standard Oi: con;pony. !In I 1[ <' ? ai-d what is to follow. Mr Flas-a i ud conscientious state official, and is

getting dow to bus.ueas. wholesale: business been developed: so Now we like Andrew Oarnesiefounder the :" :lot[ has already ceased t all work on the jat( [ the head of one of the state's most There will be a falling oft :[i4 :l"

rapidly and it is only an incident to'its of this great t'r.t'rpri.t' and onion and clove trade in (;..fna
IJ'' I' East Coat Extension : he has'lIf' i important departments, having under

The guberna.ondl race in Fionda i; i wonderful evolution think him a grand man !I taTed 1[ ;; his train service: he, has closed! ; !hi s; care agriculture, immigration, fer- next year.-Times-Union. .

seems to in\:.e a "free: for all' affair -j j The Jacksonville newspapers now i! In his own personaiy; : he: has shown: ,: 'his railroad sham at St Al1gns'in"' i ulizers! and stock feeds prisoners and

with'- .: take rauk.itk the leading newspaper !what: vast s.i.b i ',.'. :.es the Unitedam: "Xol contendere" has again ri.lll
:iiy handicaps limitation lk |; I !: i is economizing in all directions i prisons] state lands, etc. It would

:' : of the South and they have: not j :States hold out fur the! poor boy grow- 1 not: !knowing where .this unfriendly (take another good man' a long time its appearance. A diamond tu.ef In

made greatir growth than enterprises i ing up under her!: tistutions i I Tampa 'this time.-Wauchua: is; -
j ] 1!! >;ei Ianon! is to :stop. i j to become so thoroughly posted and

1.:: : ...:. D. Rockefeller famil) I in other! line:. And Andrew Carnegie:>'s public benefactions j;i The East Coast: Extension! i is a !si. 1U position to handle the affairs of cate.

phya.t ".:. predicts: that he will l live I The: Metropolis! when it receivedits how, that! he has a heart 3S ;; antic piece of work : millions of doi-j.I!: the commissioner's office smoothlyiwd

to rek.a the age of $4. H.? father is first Hoe tWL\o "olution press was big as a mounta'n !1e i!ars have already! been expended:: up'on I in systematic, easy shape, as Y;. Mrs. Cordelia> A. Cripptrti. ",'ury

still living and Is that age never happier than in showing its \\ !o't'"t' adn.ire.: we honor An-!' it: its completion meant much for ;| McLin: now has the machinery of his years old, widow of Alonzo rripen.[

marvelous speed: to its editorial drew Carnegie but what i is the his-'the! 1: upbuilding of Florida: indeed. it ,S I do believe once a millionaire, died rnvnhv. m
I office well in hand. and we not
We have waited two weeks in vain. fr.cnds: from the country. It has now tory of the Steel Trust0 I|Iran: with the biggest enterprises of !I i a majority of the people of Flor- poverty at Syracuse. X. Y

Claude is .1 Webb perfecting press which tossesour It has grown great by the special I
out of amunit oll. For t" ,J j the century. ida will favor displacing him for anew

weeks he has shot off nothing b\it., this popular evening paper with privileges given it by the iniquitous I But all work upon it has ceased It I man. The True Democrat has That editorial in the Pala'ka ,....:"

paper wadding.-Pensacola News. the same rate" of speed as Bennett'sHerald tariff laws of the United States gov !is not ye- half completed and we very i,,i i differed with Mr. McLin in his connection I Ii last week was a fair sample >yplsi !

o- .i:--t's; American. ernment. much doubt if work will be resumed ii i! with the drainage schemes> I.Russell can dish up when hha-, a

Doth Ohio anti'If'g nhi The tr, : :: ..)tS growth of the Metropolis I mind. It .
are the upon it during the present generation. was great-Lake Cn Ini -a.
protested !and oians and in the sale of lands., :
'
f mothers of presidents but Ohio seems is :: a repitition of th : I I Florida has been struck a staggering '
ii' and believes be has been wrong in
to be most likeiv to be again in an growth of 'V: c''y: laws it has enjoyed a great monopoly blow! The Sun man sat in his easy chair
other transactions he has hadto
interesting condition.-Atlanta Jour- The grow:.:: of the Times-Union! of and: in no instance has it been ungrateful some and many a wink he wunk. Oh! really .

oat in it for sp it would have been pleasanto
member of the board and
pardoning
1 they mt'relT1H ht : v ;':v\"*>n: the it-it has always bees: a generous know the thoughts he thunk.-Lak.-

Di&monds-gt'nuin diamonds-to 4 erection of a rival h5'n: such: closeproximity. 1 contributor to this party which the board of state institutions, etc.; City Index.
I
I but this writer has always given andes
the camber of I5i> have been discovered ] TNrv haKvn.v turned has championed the policy which has Mississippi is doubly fortunate in

ia Pike down an offer c' ?' >"."".,"' for it. made its monopoly possible. I dc now give him credit for the best
\un.'t. Arkansas, and it toT Vardaman's defeat and John The Brooksville Argus boMlv declares

is believed that it will be developed When the offer was :" s'.e: he!: own Not so with the Standard Oil corns Williams nomination tbe motives and believes him to be honest that the administration .
Sharpe
l t at I and just in his life work, both as should
returned the f.' \)1.'i ... "
into : -
a great diamond tit'ld.I .tc-or-ic: rep never fattened on the appoint
1 c democratic: primaries to succeed Senator a citizen and an official. In persons to office who are
I i plain
Nothing dolt:
; Tt has no rivals in foreign
friendly to the administration .
What Here: are :wi pie -,* of had be Money. The success of Vardaman words we differ largely sometimes regardless
does Adams' announcement prope to kept out by I of the

: meaa? Is Sparkman about to enter purchased S' these :>.....v:e just & tariff walls'' which for the time seemed imminent with men and still respect and admire executive> > recommendations of the
committee.The .
i I I the race? Is Browani about to take measure of: prote.. .- that h! home grown enter- would have been a national calamity. them for the good there> is in them.

the grown up ':'. ':t'r: t ..1: iarrost! 1 ias and the Hon. B. E. McLin will most
t a shy at pun1 har's about to been built up by His: term as governor will shortly ex- negroes> in the province of Pi-
magic. assuredly have the True Democrat's
-r.-- &lI --.Ma'l1S0n: 1\feONt'r and industry. pir<', and with it for the present the nar del Rio, Cuba, are organizing
t ; TaeshoMs '.. .i :n"t't :'n vale reached the 0 opportunity make warmest support in his campaign for an
1 I las age a public aui- independent party with the
The Atlanta Journal is reminded -:"" .q'.. .i" .,.p..c s o: prope yea or even forty san ce of himself. reelection> believing> as we do now, uplifting the black man and purposeof .

that it was Aaron and not Moses who! : :!::!'\'U )'.' -V C..V >w thai the price ofbeen In :Mr. Williams Mississippi and that it would be to the state's best i ing him on
a plane where he
.
rn.i
receive
I was the m&.nt speech so if the: d':', We: -'' 3a t'r ft7' ..1w: : will repeatedly lessthe Souti will be worthily represented interest to retain him in the position j 1 > greater
.
recognition and 'l
t ocratie party is looking for a Mi>-. :/ :'!wnd R.:\ ers ..:: : a:1 andard Oil company in the senate. He has served seven he fills so faithfully and well, as a I offices. :

t must be a mac "slow of 'pee s :' t' I' ;, : '., .--cti i i"n;: 01 of its output. t terms in the house of representa- whole. The True Democrat believes I i -

:" .i ,,. :' :- th! ,.::: asM ir possession a set I i j eves and has been reelected to there are other members of the state's I

Somehow -, :.If -.:, :hl1- :':::::-nt' -- .'. :: ks for the year 1St37 ) sixtieth] congress. theca binet' officers who should be reelected l Governor Hughes vetoed thj." ...Lr

: the rail"'f: .' :: : t ..: t, t:. ._ w ::. 0 ::-:,':: : ,c ious :o> the organ1.A! ;:: ? \ man of sound education and an .{ ", too, and in a future issue will tare law in New York berau-e '!:? +

ing to : ,\1 __ ;spass 'Jaw: '.'" :rt'i : :. \\j,; gr'3I dard 0,' company i! ; say more on the saoject.-Tallahassee legislature had made no exha'M reinvestigation

.. : : .. :' b:; \ :- \f Ora' :'!'::'':S svry thai the price: 1;leader; : ; True Democrat. of the materC- 1.rt-

'; But .. :: '" .. i .. sume Governor Hughes r.. n-i i t ..
:
t' : : '. .I'li.ij : lo't' wu ,i : : : :- was two dollars per lingi exp-rience" dt.'ailllgtl: a ; :
party
1 sele {' :ll't' :' ::' i : :::a i and consumers divided i id by infatuation with RJO:*-1 "Alracst Persuadsd" i I law after a long careful!. "V-a. ':; rand

'j 1 .'!::; .-' : \\ .: vigorous investigator. Tba-: ;s
::1 to J Editor
; get it at that j elusm? and by the temptation to outdo Fernandina Record Fernandi- "
.. .. .' .. the logical inft-r-nct -Tier :.- "" .. .
r.
r.
: : \ :::t" j ,::r" .> ., I it by socialistic experiments.: But i istead na. Fla.:

.0'r' ; : ,)' .. l't :.':;s.' ..:. ::2.l..i .::: radon of the Smin of plunging headlong after j Dear Sir-My attention has been'

I 81." :' .\\ !: .. ,'wn ., :, ,. .. .*. a:. .- OJ: .. -i : '-by combinations;j Mraabled Bryan into the Xejcabraska i
of
morass to ; ---
an article -
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in a recent issue --
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I ,. ,,-t. :. ., ; .\
q __ ..' .l : to control-i : populism he still relies 1 ofsanity
I on the | your paper, quite complimentary to
l : : .. ', ::!t'l! \.\!: <.1:5-.5.r: ::, S :n pipe lines from of the
I south to hold :his party j{ mtrue < ; and for which I wish to tender: ro
'
: 1:,.
14'.t' : ,: : : : various points of'l to its cardinal principles. I jyoIt > my grateful aCknowledgements. I SCALf ERUPT1ON&&
.i ':t'l't :-- : tb \ : > of !
_ --- ; --y .i-- whio'dea is thus enabled to I is by the promotion of such men Tc me it is exceedingly gratifying '

1 't .:. ?:. a ,.!.;'t'r oui : ::ad btt-. \. : a- $IN T ::", :'S-e transportation and] thproportionatel..j at the democrats of the south can know that some of the t- iCOVEREflPdSBflDY
prominent I
w". a by a rattl '-uke. s.'_ t' .' :' \ .. .::: :..,! \\ ::.,>; !(\ tI j justify their contempt for their par l pets of Florida are pa- \

bi e 'the cancer a\i the: \\L ::".s !b .,:. : :. arie :-.-' :: ." ,: I lessening of the encouraging ni}
's
; :y organization in this city and C randidacy for the -' i ;
.. governorship \
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si : 'm e'g
:
-.l"
< ciinsequer v> fr ':' : :: t'Xl--.i. .i::: 3. 11 ie.-Word.: i !, E lorida. and especially do I

+ hi isi >r: :- happened in New > : ,i T: \\ :: >o' tvor j for two dollars' their appreciate ,

I It (aai ;t'r':!: .r .r \l, 3.: v. .- c '.::': '--n cc: in TS6T. we find' Mississippi and the nation are to ;1 .::ave wren nattering ao one anreL testimonials: as I Itched! Consta *. ;' cv -j; j-til:
i to >
: even
.' 't' I k't"'a"l : '
: .. .. in 13"T for Sfren oe congratulated oa the election of ;i -=oppose 1 that I would be a candidate-- I. Blood FioweJ'-S; ", !'. Y-.rs
., -
I
: that : :- .
Was t'yv.
1'd say a ::.z: 'U : : : --.t:' '
.. John Sharpe Williams to the Unite} for: governor. -Doctors a".c X-.:.. \s er!
: --.it"nt 'lit' .. -
-c. enT.r
1 has sated t\\ ,'- : : : of :'. :1.\.1'> Th., d commodity has : States
I ,' .,". .' : : senate. He could not have Though I am unprepared Fruitless vIe! Curiura; :anj H
ni : : a ivan fror .ir,'wtiin,,: ::" .l' !!t'J S- '. ':-... UIa thin a period of:'won'iiy just at
and held the position of minor ::his time to
,
i; .- :'' ::-,: T > tu', V,vv Pr- ,!' \t ::t' >,' bad 'T :: 5 vasews say whether Im or ComPletelYCLred
QFl. leader OB the democratic side win not be a -.
r candidate for
i1! k ,, '
: inrfv governor
> a \ ; the h- -.e- : : -. -:: a-ei f day the :
s. oil
I without:! having shown himself ;o be I desire to thank
-' ; BY
Mr. THREE
re you. Editor.
I : ru : : w:2 : T->.';-> ba1I'O. qualry that as thefakrs ablest for 1 BOXES OF
democratic member of the Y our kind
.. } "wish Mr.
Broome
: .. : .. will
-- :: : ;: !i::. ; soli a house. enr CUTICURA OINTMENT F
:: : The south needs '
: ? the
more
nten of ? race:
i.'t' .' t ..' Though I
:" n JI :;:" .mdis : h, 1' : lay no: thearenng
"r i:: lamps u'bis
: calibre! .
I :n the f
OC- -' ',>;tvV i, ., .i'V ev, ,. .-,, .' .. -:.,. q'e'-:' i and this i pink'J* senate.ohn unction to my soul tha* "mpn I W' {t.). Ij :: .' t..'a.... d
dE55'' h.. Sharpe Williams fulfills the 5-: '';'il-i I finally consent .:::ail ,..,
rv, .. ; tie r""f' :: 'J' f: : 1 to enter asEfhr ; : '- r> ; a" .. .n' '!I\
I .a every limp oldtradt'wn: of the south, that $! lower i'inr':. I-rattls iti.
to '.' a' : ...si;:' vSi f : 11 ., .. ,< .:.: : :. "Rich-Bond in the fiXthat: ": + :

I :! 0..'. 0 ', .. \ ;u\s .'..... :: n:, "-.,, Si. ., ::: .' aS t !-1 ", t : ", .:,:.: :-s;; :;: (If her! 3taewIIeII shouldbe be m-n of i oi.:d get there on "flowery beds ofase. .r ......;...,..srl"t-
: '
I u. scholarship i :: ; asj curare.: He :.s a ar'tsae : I 32i vain ; ti.: ... .'.
I I' t".n. ...... '"" 1 ,"' ','' <' ': !' : 1 ",-> V:\ '-', ::.' ':' :':: '':> .'= k :-c;; :,:. :.: '::...", :: :f no :- enough to presume> : '
of
the! [ '
I 'IIirersi'z of Virgina :oiy record -
r! \. ," :' as
: sate
1.,3 ': ..:.:,;. :"'":. ::: : -' ::: :1 :-:2; -' ,'.-n.: '.zarr-r; ; '.a ant of senator for l \41
.' .' Heidrlberg. Germany. speaimz; !: yearsoud: 1 ,.
5- 5 :t' \:" ,.,. : 'S .: 7-- secure a rote that T w-
': :::.l:: \ :.:: :;; :;; : ::: ,t .
'ral
?;ev' kcsuag '
: aril .
as u- : .
uses tr.e kind's G J j ?be Imo -
.' :
: '; -,' ',) ,:: y -> '.. : xeeeaingly pleasing; % -
:: .1 .:.: -' .- ,., '.: : : -"e nah:: to mx- 1 / a .
\ -0 .; ,.. ,. ; with; accracr and t.;g0 r. K- .*r'/i. anl equally! = i
-Z 'L! : : ; .. : ::.a_ ';". .:,.-2 gratifying to niys. .: .
,,' .. .s a :=a.--!'!" .jr" r-ar.:: '"". :- .!_ ire ..
nentary zi. .
Ih. ednor
i: \ ,- :: proc of
\ the
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: : '.
\::i"f" < :':: : \ .:: ::11- .:.:. .. .. := :L-?:::'''' fse of :1.- .- Record
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.. :\ ,1 ..: ,\ ,' I' a i :.. ...': a S ': $ -." _, :::: : :.t'a-tled in the roIt -.*:' na! Wih bs- wishes: aId : &t.
f 't"Y ::: : :; :s.: ::: .::..;:\ ; ';;'<.':: :? _. -'.' entertinis '
: f the! -
il 'r -. '.- .. conatry. (tmis a- -heS ." r y')=rs.r: the f2'j.,7laccustomed t .
w .L ; highest ;
.t -
,
: :: :. : : : ) esteem
I :: :: : .1- :: : ," :':::"': d.:: ,.. S and I .
.
: .- one; of those ..
:
., .. -'J. I "
a T : ::: '... -.rv :: :.:- ::...".:: :.' "J.- '. :.' ;:.; .. : -" eecire n en r ara yours very truly.
'rtw. -
t i --_ .' : .- .' ,. . -.i = sathey tare a :'rv to JAMES E. .
.
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I \ .o "'>,- : ; :-- .. : '' .. ::: ..,.', : BROOME. \ "
: :.)r 'J.i'"Ii'l: :: ...) '. .. ..
; gr.a :
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to it.
a: I. .
t'i! "' \ ; \:: : :;. ; a:. We : .: I.
1 J. "5'1! iT: r N t-: has.-; .. are informed % sore until .
1 a.. .* .i..> F1aw 4 : :? ':--y .: : -r ::: :ht: :: :nrW. !: :' y the Tallahase the D, ., e ,' *.
th :: "',': t !ha: .. .. .,E' : San that This w<4iid stop tij! ,- '"i/I/
I. :1.:": ','::!: 1' $..': ,-.:': H", :::,,' .:. 't- .! : i the mvesgatiEf t -r *
:: :: ; :
) r--: :::>? : w \? ( :: .. ., com- days but .. .
tm' .... :''c'' ... : : :: .:. : ::: .:..; :: p:3: -ion ias : scaiv fe { i.1.> $ .-r
H. \ ;" 1\ ::.: ':,> :: _Cy ::.t'1 ..:r:: .C:, .. :.',' :: .i" __:::..., :::_ :\_ ... : found: that some sat ; again and the !!-'hn" i .. *r. '
f :\ ': .->:::' \\L! l"'." ., ,'-. ," ,'.. : : -'.:.-' :.,. : .,' -- s have been sold hV: them. After I ",uff-T>. .".
,. :: : ': -a;;::':' ;':-.:: .t. :: "' ,': :::-:> 3\; ,i.' : ': 3.5 -- :-: .. : .. ., too cheap. : 1 : "*.
mad .
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Il .. : : ::: ." : \ : :! ,.,. .: ',' : :- .... : .e a n-r e', tt1 r" j
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(- : .: \ ,, '. ; <:-4. nmniEg as low c-n"
-t" "S. ... _, .
: : : : :: .: .1.i :-- :,:- :' :: :-: : .\:. : : ,.. ., as thirty s The erupt>n> :ov: ti. :.: k : ,., i ion t
., '
pt- '. !, .. "Cr'lf:Lion :
: on the P er
1" : :. Y. =-,,' :: ::- .. .:-:,.> :::. : :.- .: :..;';' ;:, era tiae par: ofMr : acre In view of the fact that ::-- ewry part of in.v \ .-
'ccr.n: ;s w.: 1 .' -' fact and hand ..
.' :cr a-1- <-rr :'asds share Th- ,.
wti :: ':
: us. at \; :: : been
u.rv $ diteidi 1 I
; b.s !
"m u t3a- : > seKin-> :
rj c ?i.oson. for native
,
-0 :.0 speak: H" in 5."*" fr !.t : untvadvto-i ... .
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l' ,;' Hirt'" : nUlU:: : h.? xvaMr Meee1 bm .,-'kk> Tver aci a_ : .. "z-1 JT.. '"'::'-" .' i'everal yeaa: from m small d."> -1..
: and
( :; T: .i.l : :- :::'" >': :<:'''' .:.: : $20 J-- >** a nit\ t
..
y tht. \\ .." -r : s':,,,r : to 1 bathe
.iV. -XVftS !c be Lv --.i:: :- -' : V rV"- thr! '.
n .
;Ylt:1 ::: : :-:: ':, --.t. aoes % a. a \ : l
1 bulk; ,:," '- : .. :!:: !; .1: : .iL-- : :: :0i: .: Y.-I- wh-- sc.r- a gave aim". : 1'.'. ..tr .. '
en'ar A- '
v v1 h v easy -. "" --
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las .
s \e 'vv Of
; := >:(>0k .X' .. -' :. 6iot
(" at. .1't' a : : :. "le
-:\ luseuotifcTvmrj.
: .3. : ': :'.:.1-:: 'ii :."' = :::: work of ':e ..-,- t.0r.fvtu .
os tn'g: ;>: *. bold: i ,u'?; OT.ferences !" : .: ;: js. .. .. : : omsrissior: suij.'b. ...
: ZtL'it.
P'i"-Y: 0 f\ :-Y .! ;;('- : .: .: ; : ..' ''" .: .. ::.:;: C'.i'l: r cosgrn the slS" :-, N. .. ,
..' \ ot red!l.ntit""t' .'" -'.. ::3' :lani i' V *" afa. -, : i .. .-
? :!b.rv- ,: v.p ; !\:' s': 5 :rsr: is i '"
; $ a\: ? ; '' :: !:<'-J ,> :-.--- tinuailv, otI\':n.. ..' ..
Endorsed .. :- : .Kite 5 .
stalks! thrv *i:t' !jr 1 jn! !!in! and by the County -.: ., .. hnevtr -
less thaa $lv.-t: )'. lMr J : ::: ;' :.: : : w.y., .. .. .
,
defiant. r : '-:50.: ': ':':::'''S.i.0S: : :: i '.t "ThA! most popular remedy la Ocs- .::';;- b..t:-. 1. ..J./iL. t
.z-' t ,
Melts be next year >rsncb e'i -->rout : .. i- ::.i: : '0':; 20 w2-y.( sad the best friend of mr : : mYha: !1t>.'"3:. .t.. ,

1 ) in tie o' tl':- "'!ltIt' b;:_-:>?$; aiii -,-" '..iviay <-" .-:. ,,,." ":--:'-' ::-'t'I.: a.._. :",. 7;":" fa-i r," writes Wat M. Dietz. editor be m.. < i .:t"_ _.
One thing .P'. '.. Ki. '.., ". ... -- aad pub !sehr of the ]!ti but IT i ,j .. ; ,
(. ,: -; not i is a hank> c"vo\v: [n Jaok-omf'..- .',, ;L: ::: .-.: ::,. .:. :.'. ,: ; := : Otseso_ Journal : :s sattt by knowing ones tbaCor bav : t."
GnbensTiZle.? :; .. .
X. T. f
; the *.iMib.v "is Dr. B ...
I"i t1 : to o"i. bo Kings :
> a n'a1 ?f !large aka"s rowan: will \\
:ar Las call t! .
to i..s ii ;tee par: of :bc se in control of \ew DL ctver4. it !!as proved to he an extra seoc: : ... .,\
c t ibe 'Ma'e detect.ve! tea" at TaJa. aat : credit\ a rating of apwards:! of I1.*v>. the governnn: aa infallible> core for coughs and of the :> ;:-arare: to receive L. : y .. .. .
a-
f $\',' ;prtv.rv.ra: oopv of a telegram alf Men of this class seem Ba"ara"y tot'ow Its \...Svvr: < say tiat' ':".i-*:.** tiebc colds: maktag short work of the> 9O';!rt : -:.. .::,; tigating r t.1: Ir-" ., \ .......

.1 1 t le Kvi to ?;:ire beesi s-nt by W F S:> tt> JaeVoavi'V: a? if' 3ra-s br a \;;':.\-v a-v--vo' :aga.:'----:- tba: '''*' 'iey bott.xr worst of them.: We arways keep a and'! :' : -.-" :;-arpo s. If he tier : '. rs..ia ';' ..ft.1
ia
{ vac; at T..::.pa to Judge Stewart at tie hoose beHere it to be to shout S8 ., ..
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he absurd feature: tt the Die ('o&-; of its shaping fcicilirles: and that tie freight. rates 'on oil to and utE oed to never disappoint the taker ; *'"'* "' ; 1.eren:1.er asIr Wr'tt' .:l1 iralp : *: > wait um w r ,.>" aMT
has
I, s 'iracy1"YTiIlWiC" favorable, freight rates frxaa, by Tydiafs & Co. Price Sfcx aad f i.. ?:.g ,:.: 3a ; !r.y'! earn. H 5; \ I\: \t-f'o
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great home work is done by the : OCALA'S BIG MAIL' ORDER HOUSE. :

+ scuools, to reach those who cannot .
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l t'uuie to the lessons. There is also a .

.,.:adl: ... roll' on which is registered

Our advertisement next .1\\., name. of each child born to parents IG.D. HOGAN!

a 11.i art members, or are interested

\ I' ::1' work, and the child is kept un- .
week in this = .
paper will : n.' eye of the school until largei'ign .

'i= ; to enter and become a stu- J Having purchased the saloon property formerly *

expose the real reasons why ?e n'', .1.,.: Attendance is encouraged inv t : operated byV.. J. Me G rath and made many improvements $
ttlh way and leading schools devote
the kind J on same, I am now prepared to handle $
fc of tobacco used in "Schnapps"has I. :aeach year to a canvass of $ mail orders with the greatest facility. The large variety *
:: trey: or town to determine the !

the :-0 .ay :-chool census, to see just who j I of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Beers, Etc., now J

natural stimulating -I" 'hi.! and ascertain why fetters stag, $ carried enables me to fill the order of everyone on J

,i: One memorable day in London \ I short notice. The premises are now fitted up especial- j

gratify the hunger of chewers, and at less ',. s: ii'lay schools visited every pru -' : ly for this class of the business, and your orders will *

!. .u that great city, thus proving' *
be filled the same day they :are received and shipped *
cost than all reaching possibilities of the
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other kinds of tobaccos. h1 -. 'anization.. j on the first train. In your next order include .


) Steadily increasing sales indicate ,, Jesus-Mary.- ,jV j, *I Hogan's XXXX Rye *I i


)ruttf is in the chc;:\ti lna. -, Pearl: Mary the shell; j .t The Best Goods on the Market .*

\ ; S '. ">e Water: Mary, the well: i

't, 'he.! mine: Jesus, the Gem: 1 i |i G. D. HOGAN :|

he Blossom: Mary, the stem. ,

; ".', Arrow; Mary the thong: 1 I | Ocala Florida. *

li! -n.n echo: Jesus, the Song: j .

the Melody: Mary, the lute: : it
: \! : ', the vine: Jesus, the Fruit. I j .
i iI I I Oldest Whiskey House in Central I Florida :
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i'1 .- h: -? Dove: Mary, the flight: : .
> i, '::10- shadow: Jesus, the Light: O! .NNN.N.N.+>+++.+++ +.......N.....N.......

,- re Rose: Mary, the bower: |

\> the: aloe: Jesus, the Flower. ..
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.- the Girt: Mary, the choice: ,
.- ILl: Word: Mary, the voice: I I IIi N. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BoutierAnnouncement i

R. J. Reynolds ', 9'r 11* poet: Jesus, the Theme: I I
,, n ; ii, ,t i II tale Poem: Mary, the dream. I

Tobacco ; p il ij+; ; .
CompanyWlnston.Salem / .
\1. tae candle: Jesus the Flame:

.-. tie Substance: Mary, the name I
.-. thf Cross: Mary, the shrine: We have just purchased the splendidly equipped

N. C.The. .11.t .,,: UH chalice: Jesus, the Wine. machinery plant of the Yonge: and Cline Company,
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and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and
I- .?. the Host: Mary, the bread:
+ t a. :\i.u.. the fountain: Jesus, the Head: I adjoining counties. We make a specialty of repairing I

Jx-"us: the Harbor: Mary the bar: I I steam pumps, gas engines, etc.

/'L 1 --, ; :.Marthe twilight: Jesus, the Star. I Let us quote you prices. I
of scripture and ask intelligent \lUe", t
Growth of the School II
Sunday tiuns aoout them. Then the euhght j Jesus, tht: Sea: Mary, the tide

rued grownups set about preparing ;i I Jesus, the Port: Mary, the guide: Ocala Gas Engine

ueiter order! of lessons. In ls.\J\ th(,- Mary, tbe path: Jesus, tie Goal: I
rr.-lerick J. Haskin.
--- American Sunday School Union urgeta i 1 Mary, the body: Jesus, the Soul. !
--- CompanyMcMillan
'It ,.. 4, if i bad discovered a'' stitutions had failed to do. In 1S01, ; scheme for the adoption of selectee-Ada A. Moshier, White Springs, Fla. I
I lessons. The next year this association in the Florida Catholic. .I
... .uu't\\ Nt,.'rw BO other adrentarwr twenty-four years after he had first i J ..
indorsed the
plan of ReAl I
.. discovered his "new country." the
iuoi to follow Robert &
Lien
Judson, who bad
planned ---- -----------
a con
freedom of the city where he had been The Limit of Life
(tttt*** ww pathetically! in 17SS. secutive series of lessons to extern The most eminent medical scient- ......................... ..........................
derided was given him, and the idea : :
Mir Mi Itttraditcud Into Gloucester, over five years, preparing text books ists'are unanimous in the conclusion
had spread from England into Scot- for the use of the schools. In IS 62, that the generally accepted limitation 'i WANT BIO CROPS THEN USE IDEAL FERTILIZER 2
end I. a BOV.| Kbral tbat was open land. Ireland, Wales and America. of human life is many years below
Judd. famous
Orange as the editor o;f
alt : m aluadya, aad la which chil- Little is known of these first American the attainment possible with the advanced I i
Sunday schools. Records show that at an agricultural paper, improved or knowledge of which the race : OUR BOOKS{ Will TEll YOU
uf the tftctortai were gathered
the existing and added histor
system
is now possessed. The critical per
the home of Thomas : I
Crenshaw in
.... Mitty.r inmructiou ui the rudi ical date and analysis to the lessonsTo iod, that determines its duration, 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES"-A corn- "IRISH POTATOES"-Book on
tatsaa "Uutuuu and religion. The Hanover county, Virginia, a school seems to be between 50 and 60; the : plete manual on Florida crops. "Soil Seed, Planting and Cultiva.tion t
Bishop Vincent of
j'I was .organized under the direction of Chautauqu;l proper care of the body during this
Elect ot FertilIzers, Digging .
alUUb ...j. fuuuder .*?re homed ai fame, however, belongs the credit f :
01 decade cannot be too strongly urged
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Bishop Asbury in 1786. Tto Methodist
"FLORID.\ ORAXGES"-Book ot and Shipping"
ad dria a Tbe cuurches opposed inaugurating the present system o;L carelessness then being fatal to lon t tera.
church of Charleston, S. C.., in
: special interest to "PIXE\.PPLE FERTILIZI\G"-or
orange grow.
tfe* motk ot? dirt ct acril+tfe, the state Bible study as exemplified in the In_ gevity. Nature's best helper after 50
1T9, passed a resolution in favor of is Electric Bitters, the scientific tonic : special interest to pineapple
taw that the
.i.u.utt ol uu ground ternafional Spnday School lessons :
Sunday schools, but no further rec- medicine that revitalizes every organ .
....... i..'ii-t be made to keep their He had been called nito the I growers. .
rJ Guaranteed
specia of the body. by Ty-
j ord is found of such work. In 1791; : "FLORIDA STRA WBERRIES"- IDEAL FERTILIZERS" -Book
taw mi4 fttru keg education orMk.atti work of lesson making by too Chicag) dings & Co., druggists. 50c. x :
".,uiu lute a horror equal to Philadelphia organized the First Dayor Sunday School Union in 1S65. Hi : Booklet on "soil, Varieties, Cal all ot our different brands analytivatlon .
.. Sunday school society, still in existence and ,fertilization." ses, prices, etc. :
tit* ti. iitii: t.-volutioii. Yet Robert i whose object was to estab- able assistant was B. F. Jacobs, wh Quite a number of well known Ocala :

Malt*" lit" apiei| iuau and philauiruiiB lish Sunday schools for the poor; Boston immediately put in a plea for thret people were in evidence at the local o New and revised edition of the above Just published free for askin ;:
*-ui uu with Uu work de.pilt things: that the same lesson be hat 1 hotels yesterday. At the Windsor.! .
followed with one in 17S! 1 New
ti. u.'t teat "no other adven- ; each Sunday for the whole school, tOOl I II
York with one under a negro teacherin t Otis T. Green, one of the Brick CityV I WilSON & TOOMER FERILTIZER COMPANY
h..1 .... :... J foiuiuc his wa>'. In the same lesson be used throughou t prominent young lawyers, was registered ,
1793; Patterson, New Jersey, with
IIJfUUI ut tint loud ol hu theory the one in 179-1; Pawtucket, Rhode Is the world on the same day, and tha t while E.Y.. Davis another: I : JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

'...lI&.u .buut i of twelve street ur- land. 1797. and Pittsburg, Pennsylvania all newspapers and magazines tha t young Ocala attorney, was at the Ar-. t .................................................Jl
dda. tm MIOWU low a world wide in 1S+ai. These were the pioneersin would be persuaded to print explanatory agon. Mr. Green has in recent years I
ait......!,,'U' over emy-ix x millions this country. notes on the lessons and so define gon. Mr. Green has in recent years

.eft(,. in ibe hawed States alone a wider knowledge of the won!k been engaged in many importantcases

UMrt.. ..,!t u.-"n 1) thirteen! million pu- The first schools were primarily for throughout the world. Mr. Jacobs notably in the case of Mrs. Bros.
ytl" tu.4 ir-juhfr iu the Sunday the children of the poor, and for that plea has become a real thing and th< Helen Wilmans Post the notorious I

at'buuL& euuuKh to wake an army reason were unpopular for awhile. millions of schools of the world reciti e seer of Seabreeze, who as everybody I I

equal i \>j oa:t four awes as great as American democracy resenting such the same lessons each Sunday. J L knows, was indicted by the United I Southern Copper Works
'4 !tie c .uuwd kiaudtuc artuies 01 the Jiscriininauon. In fact they were called committee, which chooses the lesson:s States authorities for her use of the

ailed Auie great Britain, German "ragged schools" after an English for the world's use is composed o f mails in carrying on her famous "ab

), Kruuo RiMoia Austria-Hun- fashion, and tbe name held until as picked men from the countries usinj sent treatment." In this case Mr.I Manufacturers of Turpentine Siills

gar) ituu lt"iTk >. late as 18SO, when Dr. Lyman Beecher the International Lessons.As Green appeared for the defense. J.

e tfutiuay !ohool children of the took his own children into the a rule the lessons are divided between D. Robertson and wife and Lee Miller and General Metal Workers.

tautd i;uite .ith the addition of schools, asked his better class parish- the Old and the New Testa. of Ocala were also at the Aragon I
M* luttuuu of their teachers could oners to do the same, and so removed nient. At the top of each lesson the yesterday. The last named is one of I ------

.Mil) r'pjice the population of Mexico the stigma of caste which had been committee places the topic, it select*! the younger members of one of Mar-''I Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

and )e: the) represent tie growth unintentionally placed on the schools. a memory verse and a golden text, ion county's best known families. through the: country a specialty. Orders by mail or
Since then" rich and great and :: will receive attention either of the
poor wire at
af an id a hardl a century old in this and aims at a very comprehensiveyet Talking of newspapers and newspaper prompt
shared alike in the bene- works .
have
small following
of Penn- of the valued
COUUTV ItitUeruiau sects simple course that will allow th people, one at-

_)h4i..a art Mild to have had a Sun- fits that accrue from class study of Bible to be covered in a six years. taches of Frank Harris' Ocala Banner FAYETTEmLE N. C. SAVANNAH GA

da> ... N>. '+t-twig the time of the one the Bible. course of study. The lessons as the 1 was in the city yesterday the ,
iu imn.i r-:oh.r, and it is ciaiuied that Sunday: schools have greatly increased appear in too Sunday schools are sim.!! Everett. This was S. :M. Lummu who JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE I ALA

a J4vij.; .d.r; woauin, Hannah D3.ll'l in popularity since the day, plified according to the ages of tiu I came here in order to consult one orJacksonville's

". bait t a,iiay! ,fhool iu socc 87 years ago. when an irate Connecticut children, the same text being usedas medical experts-no'- - -- - -- --- --- ---
,.!" tt \Jt iourtteuears before Raikesj minister shook his cane at a pret-i stated, but the interpretations being .1 withstanding which he looked in -\>.

r !u-..i.'i. i uIk that as it may, it was I ty girl of his congregation and accused -! placed within reach of each mine II best of health and spirt- Mr. L-it.

a ( 1r1l.1I ..0' -." u that Raikes sowed and i* her of "doing the devil's work" be- ; from the kindergarten to the seniors;[mus-who returned home last n!.::.;'- Ocala House Wine Roonjs.TRYt'UR ) .

..u u.iUul.v' tended that the present I j cause she had organized a Sunday i of the Bible'class. I,j in Speaking of Jacksonville. jai! I:

.> tcai j- jeuerall.conceded to have ;] school. Bishops, ministers and laymen Few institutions have shown suet L; "It's a great town you have: here al: I
all working now for i .i; it seems to be growing. too P
this are togetner "
*.iiruit; Fot! ,, ail accounts Rob-j remarkable progress as the :Suuuaj
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fellow : good that can be done by Ocala! is a good town. TOO in its v-a\
eit Ha.NAU> a uuu) hearted the common school. As an educative factor it ha s:; : OLD llEGHANY
u in. Ua.i i. .n 11t'a much ot the pathos oft this agency. In 1S26 there were ISO.--1 possibilities in this country bejoni l: and. compared to sore: other p'a: ,"-"-
in the Sunday schools of I in the irate I could mention its a
he! \' 1''! .i I n.!'lllL h his work at a Quo pupils those of our common schools: roi :
'H a.py" num. and who was anx- i, the United States something like one | while the public school and the Sun.f: good pace! to live in 'for keeps.-

Joti '" .r\ -niiie meaus of alleviating: !! sixty-sixth of the present number. The i day school go hand in hand in country Times-Union in Hotel Corridor Talks. PURE RYE.

;br >...:. laij g, ot the little children. I! second anniversary of the American :; districts, using the same buildings,,.i ::
Hr ha-! -.-t.u the! burmrs of prison life ; Sunday School Union was held that having the same teachers, the enroll The Japanese government has sent

anti hi.t ;i .t.t i to help there, but found !j year. As there were only out miles i; mint of Sunday school pupils exceeds; !;to America this year seven prominent Put 4 full Qts
crim-i of railway in the country at that time, j of school : up
.1 hut ..!.,' u.u-t btgm earlier on that common pupils of the" railway engineers and managers to
.. ", u.! j':i\t'n: the disease in the I Ililia the attendance was' necessarily small,! same age. Sunday schools are grad.1 study nHwav methods and improve-
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\L.,m tailit.: than try to affect a cure the knowledge of the work not very ;, ed in the larger cities, the teachersare i; : ments. in Fancy Cartoons
uu- adult especially when the sen- widely disseminated, and the concerted -:; trained for the work, promotionsare I I
in 'I
t.in iii ot Ue( UWt.'Sas against it. effort of the Protestant denominations' ;: made according to advancement. HAD AN AWFUL TIME Delivered at your

So ..u 1UUtia) : he gathered in from I not yet secured. Tbe early les: in scholarship, and superintendentsare ..i -
sons were such as each school might :' selected with view to their administrative !; 8u ,Charnb rlain's Colic. Cholera and I Office
week-la' cnoose for itself. Usually they were : abilities, their educationand Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him Express
with : | "It is with pleasure that I give you j
Bible
help t>f a uoii.au to whom he paid a certain passages of the their general fitness. Modern educational .this unsolicited testimonial. About a1! *>
by the pastor or the su- | i For 88: 0
6 iUinK ..a.11 uuaay he began to ; explanations methods are introduced,. i year ago when I had a severe case : -
the t.rt principles of morality : perintendent. Long passages and Blackboards and charts are liberally 't of measles I got caught out in a hard f *
t memorized and rain, and hte measles settled in
n.v
I whole chapters were I illustrate
work for education. used to problems librariesare
aD Cb\T a i).'ii!a, .tuiiud'.It' and press were against j repeated, and the faculty the of child.reasonwas In !) filled with reference books and 1 j time.stomach and and bad bowels.it not been I had for an the awf use:ilj Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write for

him h.r a_hi ie, then tbe work in its !i not developed in i pupils are expected to use them. 'of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
out beyond his con- i fact a child was not supposed to be i From a meeting place for a .parrot- j i Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have complete Price list.
foodne>:' sjcead
lived but few hours lon "" .
possibly a ? rI
of reasoning. i
capable [ like repetition of psalms and
of county texts,
conquest j
It be n its
trol. } I but thanks to this remedy am now
after count and those who had opposed One day someone made the astound-j the Sunday school has grown into a [ strong and well. I ha\'e'written th*
it aw '. eventually to its great leg discovery that a child can think I large school filled with eager pupils above through simple gratitude andI Ocala House Wine Rooms.
waltzed that it was that it really has ideas of its who study the Bible with intelligenceand I shall alFays speak a good word for
helpfulness t i.i: : owu.j this remedy."-Sam H. Gwin Concord -,
J!J Mng fur i :. i.at.nn what other In- that it can really interpret become dependable factors in. Ga. For sale by aH druggists xi i OCALA. FLORIDA.7 .



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play. it do thtui gooJ.Another I: in s ptvple. Soiao rarmers are: already! returned to her home at Lr.tJ S
May
OVER THE BANNER COUNTY OF FLORIDA. to leave us is our friend speaking of planting fall vegetables; Mr. alllIrs.. J. C. Geiger an r'wo

"isitfngIrs. Gt J -,yr'a i parents -
road. children are \
and neighbor! Mr. E. A. Polly and : for shipment over this
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I The Southern Pine Lumber com Mr., and Mrs. J. W. S'e\.n for
: daughter. Alice, who left Tuesday byway
whittle is heard} few weeks, when they will! tr o to Fray "
i pany's locomotive a
of tSe Clyde Line for dew York
r SOCIAL NOTES FROM OKLAWAHA : to get ahead as they have in this: part his courting da> s-an.l woman's too and points in Massachusetts, the II, daily to the west of us where they are r where: Mr. G. will follow! the eat

Banner. ;i of Florida. They own their own for that matter. Who but those whom home of his birth and childhood. May: hauling out as fine a lot'. of yellow penter's trade.
Cor. Ocala
Special
Cupid has transfixed: with his darts However Mr. J. N. McQuaig of Mud Lak N
would wish to see.
something that a negro seldom good luck and success attend his trip I pine as one
ilr. Clinton! Harrell and wife of can the Henr. Uj>-
comprehend exquisite happi- ; and they will soon get what timber assisting his brother : on
acquires in the other states; the efforts.
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1'ensacola, Messrs. JeSerson: and Oscar :, nr; .,. of their association what pleasrr :: Word reaches us in a round-about .I they have east of the slough when public roads.
scarcity of labor and the high
Harrell of Winter Haven and Mr. wages : :in hearing and saying the thou wand ay ttat Rev. J. C. Sullivan and wife: I l j' they will take up the track and moveback County Commissioner ('. T T.irn-,.

Julian Harrell<< of Montgomery, Ala., I they receive, coupled -tb: their a- Siiiy: meaningless things that borers have reached their destination in a i I west and lay track to the north. has instructed Mr. Hei lIr>' .M'Quaj

have been visiting their parents at bility to live cheaply, would enable say, and what genius can conceive town in Western Pennsylvania with Mr. Will Crosby, of Cifra. has been I the road overseer, to nset luu, .r: In f
them to soon own the country if they and build such i I I
castles as they for !
the Eagleton place this week. Thursday I an unpronounceable; name and that !: mentioned as a probable candidate dian Prairie this weei. 'r o t f-ui'd. i 4 t ,
I used the thrift and that the their future I i
judgment habitation.
evening Mr. Harrell entertained Separation( the reverend gentleman is improvingin j! for county commissioner, for the fifth bridge. This is a short I'oa'i 1 fi .m, I h::
i white men do. But it all for for only a few hours is
bit friends and children with a danceat goes actual misery|i health under the ministrations! of I district. If this be true he will poll dian Lake to Anthony and! 'hiI >' ,
dress and show. You can hardly find to them. But when the knot is tied'and 1
the packing house, and on Friday I j Ij M rs. Sullivan aided by the mountain a strong vote here, as he Is well and I doubt that it is a chartered! rn t ai i
a young negro man that wears a they start out in life, illusions .j
gave a "dining" in honor of the reunion !! ;air. favorably known. will some one who know6t! ,1-
shoe to plow in that costs less than vanish and he ,
try as will he cannot
of his It was the of candidates, reminds us
large family. I School will open Monday. September : Speaking know?

first time for years that he had had $3: .50, and the women outshine the keep from finding that the angel of: I 2, and the children are all getting That Prof. J. II. Brinson. who is t'amiliarly !- News has just reached N.nrof r ,,.
i white ladies when it comes to dress. i his courting days is becoming actually { .
all his children and grandchildren I I I ready. known and called "Dee" among death of )Ir. T. N. Mills. whlI': .tr ;
But we it is all for the best human like other ,
'with him at one time, and the occa suppose women and really Mrs. Frank Pelot is having the time I his old neighbors and friends, will be Forty Foot Bluff, on the ea-r /.!,'.. i j
in the long run, otherwise we might has a few faults or ways he wishes f
bton was one of great rejoicing and 'I (af her life visiting at Tampa. St. Petersburg in the primaries next year for super the river. His remains will: ,\i .,iji
soon have to pick beans for them. she didn't have. But sly-what of, I
leasure.! and Clearwater. But Frank of public instruction. "Dee"intendent beside those of bis wife, who !'r. r. I
We never worry about the race her? She finds when her 1
Mr. Robert Martin accompanied by eyes begin !hi'i ito is wearing a long face and wishing it I is a home product and the man that ed him to the grave severalai: a-: i
| problem. If the negro knows that he open, that the man she chose above
bis friend Mr. Smith, is visiting his ,. : wall as all over and a thing of the past beats him has got a hard row to weed. The directors of the FOr1! Itt'< \
gets justice and as fair treatment as others is not nearly so perfect i !
family this week. I'I asjj I i dream a tender memory so to Mr. J. A. McLeod has severed: his Cemetery Association are : ,! j
the white man. h* i is!': satisfied and is he once was, and that he not only has Major Izlar and wife and Miss Elizabeth ; peak. And that reminds us, too. that connection with his brother, C. B. Mc with the net proceeds from ft h.. '>.' : {

Newborn of Ocala have been visItlfiS never troublesome. They are entitled I faults. but actually is sometimes ;;I i one evening as Frank sat on his front Leod, at Dexter, and taken service becue here on the 19th of !a-t ni'-n' !,
to that and it behoves white mean and *
every man [ contrary-much harder to,1 ?
Dr. Izlar and family at his home piazza a stranger applied for lodging with L. L. ', Meggs at Lawtey. Mr. .
and they are now ftn&nc.ay!!. abi i > j
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to see that he gets it. Bishop Fitz I manage than before marriage. She:I ,
on the lake.Mr. until train time. He was taken in brother-in-law the Mc- ,
Taylor. a
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make several needed : ::"!v- _
gerald says if the race problem is may have a few cries all by herself .nprn
Dell Moody and his nephew, ; md hardly had the stranger retired Leeds has taken the place of J. A. about the j
ever settled at all it must be upon the but no one not even Edwin must ever cemetery.
Mr. Robert Murrell, who have been irhen the sheriff ,
from
Oxford cameip McLeod at Dexter. ,
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mother the principles of the "Golden Rule," and know of it. Woman. more than man, I The> daily showers ar.a )"v-1 1 j
at
visiting the former's t and inquiry claimed
the
upon
Mr. Barton of Live Oak, senior part
he is right. In fact that is the only places her all upon the marriage altar They cool the atmospb- 'I
lake for the past few days went to I stranger; as his prisoner Now Frankt'Claoes ner of Barton and McLeod, at Dexter.
rule by which any important issue and if she lose, she loses all, but nights are pleasant.
Ocala Saturday. that all strangers applyingor was here looking over their naval
can ever be permanently settled. I as a role you depend -
may upon her I
Capt. J. D. Martin who looks ten lodging: will have to produces; interest the past week. They ELECTRA NOTES
Tne greatest misfortune that ever to make the best of a bad bargain.I
years younger since his recent visitto c'ertificate of good character. have two stills in this county and are -
overtook the colored and never allow i
people in the anyone to suspicion I
South Carolina went to Ocala Saturday Bryant and Thomas is the latest business. Special Cor. Ocala Ball '
I doing a i :
South was the inflow of scalawag politicians I that she knows that she has lost in prosperous
afternoon to spend Sunday.Mr. the mercantile venture in Belleview. dispensers Mr. D. B. Brinson who was acct Mr. P. B. Sanders a 1 iis z r ,i '
from the North at the close I matrimonial lottery
A. C. Clark went to Ocala Saturday T of cold drinks and refreshments shot few weeks whit' 4 from I.ak! '. _
of the war. Without them the whites! However, if they are people of good lentally a ago ?r Jennings' : t '\ s+ I

for a few days. He and Mrs and their old slaves would in a few I common sense and are willing! to!j !1 located: just to the south of I :illigator hunting on the river, i isslowly 1 the people of Moss BKn >!!'i" .".'"

Clark are occupying the cottage oMrs. f i j 3!r. Gale's store. Success to the ven-
xcellent ,
recovering. sermons. If- i '
have been make the I''S' -artllustrate -
years working harmonious necessary sacrifices for;i
Freeman's Lane .
Voytman on at ly together for the mutual good of each, other they will. barring: misfort tore.i M. L. McQuaig has the contract for i his subjects .11! : i:.4 a

the lake. both races. The northern people don'r tune. be as happy as it is the lot of i I About August 5. Albert! Coast, a col- building a large barn and stockade I ib points clear and fo- .L1"1 ', I '.

lira. S. A. Standley returned to he understand the darkey after coming i mortals ever to be in this life. 'I o red citizen of Shady, went coon for mules for Messrs. Tiller and Harp perfect accord with the "?it.* 1 .
borne in Ocala Friday after a visit tinting
I over" to Lake Weir and has
Someone I:it Eureka. which he is constantly ref.'irr, 'r"
here. In fact, the farther north one has said the first two :!j
of several weeks to her daughter, Mrs. I ever been seen since leaving Rev.hmico .
I
of I H. B. Cameron has severed his con- meeting will probably con'11.. f ,'
goes the more he finds the people years married life are the most !I"
r H in nl-.moll's .....
Clark. : naai_ ..> J'I"n".i....,. ,..
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lection
with Mr. Robert Monroe
I ,
i a several
[ knows about the colored race and critical. After that they have learned s days.
Miss Lucile Standley dowi I where he
came stopped over night Monday -
how they should be to travel in the harness few miles south of here. Mrs.
treated But Louis Waterman
together.
upon z 'I.r '
Friday to spend a while at the lake I' Ifl j August 12, a posse of colored citizens I
The of the "t
: coming here and trying to I divorced people were not patrons public school at isit her
carry on allowed to parents at Fort McCoy
with her sister, Mrs. A. C. Clark. Hei from Shady, to the number of his place regret to learn that MissEmily :
a business with the I remarry we would have
colored fewer
men divorces Mrs. J. P. Holly l I..tl Tne-da\ ',
'DiU friends are always glad to see twelve or fifteen passed through r
Halford who
h er'. for laborers they undergo a mental.I and fewer marriages of people Iso Belleview on their way to the lake to so abltaught Anthony, and will vi>ir dejvn; 1'\ -I
!J lere last winter, will be unable to
transformation, and wind soon after being divorced. 1
Mr. A. A. Morrison and wife of As, up by baring I try and find him. A great tragedywas I Brings; before she r..rllr.i.
less good feeling toward them !1 S. C. Mayo will leave this each here this winter, owing to bad
week
for and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Moon olKomeo. f than do the natives. j'I l for his home ia Georgia. 1 anticipated. And the joke of i it b>ealth.Mr. Mr. G.V.. Waters ha- mod 1 ,ur .

have been visiting their moth preparatory i was after searching all the Lake Weir F. M. and his new house.
Harp of Eureka
Mrs. J. B. Devore wife and ito going to Rocky Ford Col. family -
boy, to gather -!
ff, Mrs. W. E. McGahagin, for sev section they ascertained that he had
and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Friday were his cantaloupe seed for next year's !i.. are spending a few days at Salt Mrs. Jack Snell is now l't nvalf-ring

oral days. in Ocala this week on business. t crop. This mates his fifth 1 gone on a visit to friends in Lake Springs, catching and eating fat mul- from her relapse of mea-les.

Mr. Will Chappell and Mrs. Aiken I yearly :i We have beard much complaint of trip there for that purpose. He buys caterpillar has app ar.-d! in
of ]! friends
are chaperoning a party young and family.
the condition of the road between here the fields of the finest melons he can Miss Settle Gordon of Largo is visiting tl lis section on the potato vines. and
folks from Kendrick at theIclntosh Did
I you it hot?
say was
and Ocala since the heavy rains set find regardless of cost, and then se- i : the family of Rev. H. C. Martin the farmers would like to know how
cottage. They are enjoying the bathing
and fishing.Mr. in. The hill in the lane between the I lens only the moat perfect specimens I BABY.i i W. A. Stevens and sister Mrs. J. s.1 t t<) get rid of them as they are quite>

Hull and McQuincy farms is almost from which to obtain seed. He Both rantham.; are expected home in a I estructive' and it is feared a i'1 't'.
Baptist and
says Methodist
Savage and party from Ocala I preachers -
few day* from a visit to relatives at i! ri ou ly the
impassable, and even the hard road that is a grand country but injure potato rrpWe
re prefers e were here Sunday
are camping at the Bullock packinghouse I night and delivered '
this week and are having a is quite rough in places though- we to raise cantaloupes} in Marion j 1 enjoyable sermons. G'ardn"' r and! .\r(' rlb, in South Flor- ivsivt to learn that; 'J1'J I A11nrsr '
!id
understand it is being county and prefers the I la : > : lay: htvn quit1' < ''
good time. repaired. Reddlck section A meeting was held at the town p.

Why is it that the county commissioners to any other. We are proud oil j lall Tuesday night to :Mr r. R. :MfLood, who hay h--i.!: -l it- \viloon! !he u. .p; :1 u :r: \l'. j
Mr. Strobel and daughter of Bell e organize a t<-m- _-
near inspect the roads in this him as a resident of our I I ,,
town and if --
Mew are camping at the lake for i lerance league and it was largely at- -

W t-ek. a district? We may be mistaken but Georgia has any core like him wet! ended, and we trust that the z
we do not think that a county commissioner would like a heavy immigration.I' cork will be ; '
Mr. C. J. McCranie of Moss Bluff kept up until the cnrse'is : h

ever sees one of our roads such people, from there to this section. out of the land Ji
was at the lake
Saturday looking for l 1

tfoJators of the game law. lie is our I unless other business causes him to BARKIS. !I I Judge L. L. Hopkins and wife l l"frm ", 1

efikient game and fish warden. I I, pass over them. We have always o The morning train Tuesday fm

This season on this side of the lake I ties thought that this was one of the du FLEMINGTON J acksonville, where they will takf ,,1 ;'l i s ssIiobis E I t F i it

required of them. One I
seems to be the most successful for man who, c teamer to New York and go from
: has investigated 'Special: Car. Ocala Banner.Mr. t j.-
a Ions time and every available the matter says : t I here to Danbury, Conn., to visit their ; l.- j.
That while .
this district has J. K. Mixson and
: dwelling and camping place is occupied a much II mother were aughter: and many friends. They PV

.I, greater population than any other and callers in the I to be
I The bathing boating and fish 1 Brick City last week, peer gone about a month or six

i ing are delightful and and no mosquitoes pays more taxes, it gets less of the is was also Mr. J. C. Smoak. reeks. ,

t to make one lose one's religion road fund than almost any otner. We Mr. D. Fant j Mr. E. A. Polly and son, Robert ,.
expects his new house
are not kicking but we do want I and daughter.
t M. a to be completed this week. Alire, left last nighT

t square deal when it comes to the improvement \f- tr-i__ .... I I fc]r Jacksonville. where Robert will J

It REDDICK RUMBLINGS. of the public highway. I I'a MI.new buggy naney amoaK has purchaseeI [f I remain for a while and Mr. Polly ant! i at

The daughter will go on TO the North for 1
Oak Hill
1 school
is
$jcial Cor. Ocala Banner: (Later) I expected tt f:)I a while to visit friends and relatives
The open next Monday morning with Miss 9'
How can one be expected to writlnteresttngly e weather has been quite sultry" r Ola Sims S j Quite a number of the friends of Mi"1rj '
as teacher.
about for several days, but maybe other:s: wishes The write] Alice and Master Robert gathered} at j
neighborhood oc: have I her a successful term. a
already found
that out before their home to
surprise them
and to r'<-
CSffeace* when nothing occurs U) i they learn it from Miss Belle Nettles is visiting rela-
us through th main with them until
write about? In a peaceful, quieiroeuuuuity l Banner. -i; lives at Geiger this week. th/j expr-s p.
came along and a jolly good time was
Mr. !
like this where C. H. Gray is
everyoneto S. L busy
Fridy, with Mrs. Fridy, lef enjoyed
t i by all.
cour l
busy attending to his own businessor ,, Tuesday for South I public roads which he finds in i .

If he has none of his own is attending there Carolina. From 1 bad condition in places. 11 Mrs. Snow was called to Dunnellon All! Men's

.- i to his neighbor's business? 1 I New they York.will While go to Baltimore and Ito 'I j' Quite a crowd of friends met at the Monday on account of the illness of I IIt | our Women's and Children's Low Quarters i 1
in New
I York h e her little grandson. We are pleased and Slippers
Mr. J. B. Peck our bachelor mer&aat will select ; home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Smoak,It
his
i I fall stock of goods, an dlast 1 I 1 to state that he is much improved atn
has gone to his old home in: with the j Wednesday night and enjoyed a t 1
advantage of Mrs. 11 I this
Fridy'sknowledge writing.
i -
-AT
Virginia for a visit of two weeks. Mr.II' 'jice i cream so.:al. Among those I COST- -
of goods and superior event! pres- I Mr. and Mrs. P.. C. Ridge and grand- ,
Iceland Lauren is 1 we noticed j
I Miss
attending to his i in selection Maymie Carlton
our ladies may depend' 1 : sons Raymond and Frank Gale left If need .
Ittsiaea while 'iof I St. you a pair of shoes
he is away. I on finding everything first class and! Petersburg, Miss Eva Townsend 'j! Saturday for St. Petersburg vHir: now is your chance for

Mr. J. W. Wilson and family expectto : up-to-date of Hawthorn. J. G. Mixson and'
when the goods are on the i'friends. We trust they will have J
a GENUINE
start for North Carolina'in a day I shelves. 'i I wife of Central and quite a numberof i pleasant stay. BARGAINS

or two lor a month's recreation. John I Mr. ; near neighbors,. All ( .
L enjoyed the
and Mrs. E. D. :
Rou are visiting I 1Irs..T. A. Freeman has
been


taU Ad tweet borne.bought to Ocala a lot, we of fine hear furniture, this week.for in.Miss Georgia Annie for Wilson a few weeks.is visiting Rev.A. ,I occasion soon Rev.have A.very L.it Prisoc repeated.much left and last hoped to II I 1 sick to state for,the but past is some week,better we are at sorry quite this i j f BEGINNihG G 5ET. AU6. 11, UNTIl Ul A6E[ SQ O! J JLadies'


M. Daigers' family at Williston. Saturday time. We trust
| she will] soon he out :
Mr. 3. M. Sherouse has been buy Miss Ruby Johnson for Fellowship where he expects to
is visiting her j; again.
-

ing Hawthorne beef cattle Prairie.and driving them to I aunt Mr., Mrs.S. C. Mayfield at Williston. !: conduct Our Sunday a meeting school this is week.progressing j 1 Mrs. Carrie Odem of Ocala is \-i-iti I I $1.25 to S.I50 Oxfords going"at 'A," J.

Mayo
who purchased the' i ing friends here for a few day"e
Our farmers nicely, and ( .
have
had we will
several I be ;
findaye
glad

e
to welcome 1 :
Shealey
place, has exchanged it to 1!' -: are glad to have her in our must:
for haying and have made I anyone who wishes
good Mr. Henry Bishop for the Light I to come at again. 98
prop
UN of them.V. I any time.The .

\ D. Dobbitt the Micauopy mill erty Who in Reddick. I boys met at the home of i!I!I I Miss El'a' Lyl"s, who has been vMting : Ladies' $1.75 .
is the to 2.00
not always l
interested friends
in and relatives I Oxfords
man. made short a i i> Messrs. Smoak near O"a'a. $$1,4
a visit to Reddick marriage? The i last Saturday nigth
last surprise of the season land i returned ?home Sunday, much to the
week. i
enjoyed a pillau. '
I here was the marriage on Sunday I! delight] of her friends. Ladies' S2.50 tjLadies'
We
beard two vegetable men discussing ;I evening at o'clock, of Dr. Randall i t, "CRACKER JACK." j! I U

the labor outlook for next I our young D. D. S., and Miss DOINGS !
Lula Jennings AT FT.
i McCOY.
year a the few days ago, and they agreedthat I of Fairfield. Jtev. M. D. Cunningham 'I, BELLEVIEVV BRIEFS i I I II $3.00 It 0 QtMen's
man who
planted'a
large offlciating.; Some of the! Special to Ocala Banner: .
I
Special
crop of beans was likely to go in the \I I I young men in town had Cor. Ocala Banner S2.00 Low

"bole" unless Providence was much I mysteriously for a day or two been and acting late I i The genial judge and his estima-1 J j We are pleased to note that the Quarters nowMen's tA{ $ y \

In his favor the ble wife left new railroad grade is
as us Tuesday still
probability is t Sunday for a trip progressing -
afternoon I
I they began to drive I Ii "
they will to their i S2.50 "
have to pay twenty-five i out toward Fairfield. diked out in: old home at Danbury, Conn. i while somewhat slowly, y.r -ur:h I .18 t

ivuts per crate to get them picked. Much pleasure and renewed health is The t I ;
jl II their finest Sunday clothes, with thefinest I I contractor. Mr. \\ alker.? has be*'n
Although the crop was short here thiyoar s rigs and teams to be procured. wished them by their many friends hindered for want of handTb'n I Men's $3.00 tt

owing to the I in and around 2,38 '
late Belleview. -
cold
spell i i Folks began to wonder what it all I his two brothers having left him anal 1

some farmers found it impossible tget o meant, and act until they returned Surprise, pleasure and genuine joy,I returned to Georgia has caused+ : th Men's $3.50 ttCHILDREN'S

their beans picked until they \rere 11 p. m., accompanied by the bride atj!i was depicted on the countenances ofj: work to be somewhat slow.. About one 3.00 .
too old for shipment. Some Judge Hopkins and wife
of the and groom was the matter explained. I on the even more mile of grade will put the road

r negroes, we hear tbink it is too much May they: live long and be happy. The /l ing of Friday August 9, as forty or 1 to the proposed mile site \vh' n cK-- 2 SLIPPERS ALSO AT COSTDon't -
of fifty of their
a social comedown for friends
their wives doctor broke in on 1 rations will
I and his bride are boarding for I commence in erecting the ,
to them to wish
4 work for the white folks. the present with J. W. Wilson them bon voyage, a hap1 1 big mill. Mr. E. P. Rentz, the promoter
The darky certainly has the our py time and a safe return fail: to buy Shoes --
labor.oettion from
the .your
agent We often wonder what ] of this enterprise.a: = hI" NOW and
proportion ,
North. It come
largely under his was a genuine bdor-e
control. It of boys and girls realize what a I surprise par wishes to establish a model 'own here ..0your size is
i seems that they can live whether ty, and one that will long be gone ..0/ .<
:
responsible rene:1I I proposing to"e lots
step they are taking when bered for blji1in; : :

tHY work much or not. We heard a they get married. No matter what by all present. I purposes to bona fide, sober and industrious .

salt say not long ago that there wasaot may be the duration of man's exist P. A. Ridge has taken a vacation, ( settlers, providing good and 3

i t anottor place In the world whereike ence upon this sublunary sphere the I accompanied by his worthy spouse s substantial residences are built on I M. FISHEL

i negroes have such opportunities ]I It happiest period of that existence i.in I J They hare hidden themselves away t the; grounds. This proposition is very

some quiet retreat to take a rest I pleasing to the old residents as we Visit the 5 and 10 Cent l

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H. POWERS M. D. : -O Attorney General's Decision Necessary ITo ::I Written for the Ocala Banner i 1

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I When eyes of blue, I tell you '!1"11-

,Hi! \ $:CI.SD SURGEON 11 Keep Treasury from Depletion. ::|.I!j I Look into eyes of brown ,

They wake a smile for just aWI: t. i

MI 1'asie V- THE EXECUTIVE MANSION CANNOT BE FURNISHED.-STATE --r-. I To )tide away a frown.

IN \ l.1 Block.FLORIDA 0FAIR APPROPRIATION NOT AVAILABLE.-PENSION APV.I i1RL1ME

p: PLICATiONS POURING IN.-SPECIAL ELECTIONS TO -=- When eyes of brown are looking .n-uu
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I BE HELD IN MANY COUNTIES. V I Into our eyes of blue,
T i iM I0.iL'
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r-T By Miss Jefferson Bell. ;, They see a prize in those bin' r. ,

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Tallahassee, A Lug. The eyes of blue, the brown one?. '<>o + at
9.Attorney General I Resolved: That persons entitled to
I.,' Ellis Bong to you and I. GINGERtOCK. For Home DrinKing
I air .rar has
given
Building.FLORIDA an opinion at the |I pensions under Chapter 5000, Acts of
Do you regret that we hava met _
( ,1.\I "
request of Comptroller Croom !119"07, who apply for the amounts al-
upon I Or parting cause a sigh?
the construction of j lowed in cases of total disability must 6)
Chapter 56U3wblch
,
E. W. SAVIS.1TTWi.NE1. provides submit the affidavit of a reputable 'T is sad to part from thee, dear heart refreshing

propriations that no legislative ap I physician stating specifically the personal At this unseeming hour. 1 Ick beverage to drink at home. If .

AT LAW nue fund, out of the general reve- 1 I I :: ailment and conditions that But with each cloud there tbuiu-1! I", taken with or after meals it constitutes
except salaries of public ofncera
and current I i reader the applicant! entirely helpless loud, a delightful safeguard against
t expenses of
the
Gary Rock. I Inc I state and expenses,. of schools shall i j i i and incapacitated physically or mentally The coming of a shower. 0 indigestion and dyspepsia.
I
"I 1 FLORIDA i !: for any work or business.
i"' -Martln..a'LCLAUDE ;\
__ I II'I: paid or contracted for without firstad.ertatnlDg i,I 6f A dozen bottles should be in :'

II ft from the Board of State t-nd'r in letter refrigerator at all times.
Institutions aft mentioned my AT HIS DESK your
that
fUUJft.OCKTthT the
to funds necessary i Comptroller has notified Governorof \" Served to the family or visitors it is delightful
meet
such avail
Or Muftfo A rhtmbliae' Bank able when payments will be Attorney General's ruling and or- (Contributed.) and beneficial. Your dealer
due.
(.'A&.4. FLORIDA i Mr. Ellis defines current -I der for furniture for Governor's Mansion The anent Claude sat at his desk will supply you in any quantity.
I: expenses as applied in the act
as
will have to be cancelled. As Reading tbe comments and in-
"the Soil t'vt'ry.'hFre.larvt'anj
: usual ordinary, or !
running
expenses -
,. CMACi. 0. 0. S. '! appropriations of more than $570,000for pings; r small 1Mttks.r'.c atlaa
of
[ the
.
stata. expenses which NDq from uutilrManufactured
higher ins'itutions of learning The electric fan was buzzing IHUIKA ; Jat e
are fixed, not in amount but in char ; b>
$ e DBNTISTttektor created under the Buckman law must claret punch he was sippin EO <
acter. Such I '
I expenses as the ex- be paid before any other appropriation The more he clipped the llIOI"h.., : t THE RED ROCK COMPANY
peuse of '
maintaining the various
Mm*. I de- ;' is available there is small probability -; found JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

IN A I. \ FLORIDA II I panments of revenue of the government, collection of the mansion being furnished I' To be boiled in his Sunday pot. OtfaJM
maintenance
of the
I.I I this year. JEFFERSON BELL. The more they roasted, the more h..
hospital for the insane, maintenance -,
.I ; roasted ,
I
i of the free school system, expenses FINED $29,24QCC3Gee ABE BROWN & BRO., WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTING AGENTS, OCALA
I !
I And complained it was getting hot
Jerry Burnett of the state troops, will have j! ,
--
the !' --- -- -- .
right of way over the expenses I -- - -- ---- -
whiz!
the
Mopping perspiration there
classed by :.Mr. Ellis i
as "expenses not
Ain't that the pazzizOr From the top of his noble brow 1
;
Merchant current, but extraordinary, unusual" B Stetson
I II such as the erection of public buildIngs worse, With vengeance brewing in his heart John University
For reimburse?
I a For the whole Tallahassee row-
the purchase of Four Colleges and Five Technical Schools
building sites.
Ain't that the hot wallop? Ah! here's another pile of it, De.LAXD FLORIDA
appropriations for the ,
iTaiiorin governor's mansion
;!Ain't it the blocker? This blamed, infernal bunch of rot.
.
Affiliated
with
the of
for a lock in Hicpochee canal University Chicago. .
I Ain't it the swat scallop? Say, Reese please open up the doors
for reprinting the supreme court reports And COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the University
I say It's getting mighty hot.
for the Chicamauga monument, j j Won't they have to pay MARTINEAUX. of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both

Raba. FferKla.tln I for the relief of Daniel Campbell and I{ Those dollars Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs.

I IJf other trustees, aid to the Tampa and' Whic otherwise might to scolars? COLLEGE OF L Graduates of this College are admitted to prac-
go "
"Waltz Me Around Willie.
1 .'*! Lau purcdd and Again,
D-Funiak Springs fairs. tice law in Florida without examination.
Won't have to down in their
they
I tofu.*ttr Cloths. go One of the best of the many spicy I
Commenting u!>on the act Mr. j jeans COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-

( 'lit i ill''" a SpecialtyEducalion said that the necessity for carefuI,1 And drag forth, the oleaginous means paragraphs about the written wonderful by Florida editors Mechanical, Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses lead

Kits C .uarantp..t d.! prudent management of the general To liquidateThe KnigbtL'Engleconspiracy ing to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment.

revenue fund became apparent to the : mortgage on their grease rebate? is from our local contem- COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Bookkeeping _

legislature it evident I porary, the Lake Butler Star. Editor by best methods. Shorthand and Elective in '
; was that the Won't they have to put up Typewriting. courses open
Powell in the ,
fund was insufficient to meet the appropriations -! Or shut up? current issue of his paper other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building. S

I made from it in I! Won't they have to repair says: PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard

Mail ; of the current expenses of the state.j j j Their morality by giving a share "A great many would have had Yale, Princeton, Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges.
by
more s'mpathyth in
LEngle his 1
Of their predatory wealth NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS. Kindergarten in its own build-

Ho batty. k o*or Mnptoyiuant to let an edo !. Governor Broward is expected back For the benefit of the public health? great struggle to prevent being bodily ing. 2. Primary and Grammar School: in separate building. These school. i,
... .
I tuv.> 0141, tr time rtajyuvuttoaa ui toted from Tallahassee had
lk kt'W.. ArtUawtia. .&1Io"tt.",* Geometry M next week: from his summer vacation. I Of course they will; they always do; away especially prepare Public School teachers. j.
U,....., lU..4m1r. Scxatv*. lJt<>I'7LatiUu4 he not mentioned the fact that he in-
TI.e..ahIrTuabhyY.LLTer.btri&ded1.pr.r.tv.natt.msl Mrs Broward and the children are The Trusts are honest. good and true, MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos, separate
vited Peter Knight to listen to I
'fa >t.rat..l.'j'Ueculn..1 now at one of the North Carolina resorts And never lift resistant hands a building, large faculty, thorough courses of study. I'
.
1 UnUS.l'atka.1a.:
graphophone record called "WaltzMe
on the mountains. During the I To any of 'the law's demands. ART SCHOOL-New Studio. Costly casts, models, etc.
Around Again Willie.: This
is
I i governor's absence; from the state I Ain't it a blame Stetson has a faculty of 4S professors and instructors. They hold degrees f'

) ----I:II four important offices have become'I ShameTO the limit.-Starke Telegraph. from the University of Chicago, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, ,-

I vacant from death. The county treas-I confiscateA Toronto Wake Forest Louisville, Bowdoin, Utrecht, Bucknell., Universityof
from
I Sparks a passing .locomoth'e
;
; urer of Santa Rosa county, the ( estate :Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over 300000.00 In
great fire
set to and destroyed the warehouse -
-Jhe Morion of the court of Gad den county. thej 1' Lake that? Ain't it a blunder? i of the Tampa Furniture Com- buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an 1

.J .-h'>riff!! of Bradford county and The : Is it any wonder I pany at the corner of Marion and endowed library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings

( county judge of Clay county have all j That Wealth looks on with tearful Whiting streets about noon Monday, including stained glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a $10,000.00 pipe

11 I'I'I'; : I- -t t i l"tl\, I lied within the month. Another ,'a-i eyes entailing a loss of about Sly eiu0 worthof organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatus; an enclosed Athletic Field,

fancy to "be filled when the To see Us pushing enterprise I lunning track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides swimming
: I' furniture stored in the building.
DlJl': :.LLON. FLORIDA I returns; is that of treasurer of Clay, Slugged; in the neck by Rubes who The fire was a fierce one and at times golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; '

IlC county, the treasurer of that counTY I seem threatened I ten large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Mineralogy and
I adjacent lin n.stahle. and I
I having been removed frem office on1' To think that money is a dream? several residences Houses: oppositethe Biology; several large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells,

t.. :'11 fd !..-, t"ht-'f cia*,', account of a shortage of about $1G fu10. '' $29,24I.OOO! warehouse several times caughtfire I' steam heat cement walks, shell roads, broad avenues, spacious campus,

I An election has been cabled in Ga>is-' Ain't that a lot? shrubbery and trees; social, literary musical and other students' clubs; star
; but they were saved with but liti i iI
1'ntt-.r \ ..tt M.UUjem ut .!en county to elect a sheriff and T. i i iII What lecture courses" ; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location is beau
tie
damage by the fireman The b'lild'i,
t ,:-unusihed Throughout !I Canty has been appointed clerk of I j When do we get it? | ing was totally destroyed together I II tiful and healthful, and the expenses are low.

Gadsden county. | For catalogs. view ?, folders and information, address the President
-- the court in Oh! that's different! (I with its contents. The loss is about i i
Jtpr*.-1 .Meet: i.ll Trains, r I W. J. LAMPTOK
$18.0oO.-Tampa Tribune. LINCOLN IIULLEY, Ph.D., Litt.D. LL.D., Demand, Fla.
The continued rains in this sec I

\\ t' filicit a hlwiv of the public tion has been a source of loss and I Fleming and the Pensions Governor Hoke Smith of Geori3.1

l'tt funttA trouble to the tobacco planters. The' Ex-Governor Francis P. Fleminghas has signed the prohibition bill, and'' THEMarioi

crop is housed but such excessive I written a very strong letter in after January 1, 190S, Georgia will be- I

Prop. moisture has seriously affected the which he vigorously opposes the come as dry as a powder house. Oth- /

L Mrs. Kilpatrick, curing. In many of tbe barns it has drawing of pensions from the state er states will look on and see what ,i iI

D nndilln. Fla. been necessary to keep a "smudge" by those who are able to earn an hon I the results will be, morally and finan- Hardware Conpijy
) )
going day and night to dry the air in j est living for themselves and fami- i ciall '. If it proves good for Georgia ;,II

-- -I II I the barns and prevent mildew and I Hes.Y e fully agree;; with Governor | no doubt other states will embrace ]

HAHDY MOTH PAPER mould. j; Fleming. Perhaps every Confederate the faith; if it proves a "will-o'-the-j I

Tobacco planting in Leon county j, soldier should have the legal right to wisp" of course they will avoid it. HEADQUARTERS -

A r..h ,1 1.-tr.ty'r! and dsinf! ctant,1I'lal'p may now be said to ha.e passed the ; draw a pension. but the man who
or in the folds : !
l.
i-arpi-t
un> r year
of furs< and clothing it drives away: experimental stage and another can and doesn't, because he doesn't The Jacksonville Metropolis tells of

moth and \\-trry. Twelve sheets in a i will see a large acreage.I I need it for his support is more a man several persons being sent to the insane American Wire Fencing,

packet, carriage prepaid druggist 10 cents does; I heard yesterday of one Gadsden: because his sense of moral proprietyis I asylum from that city one woman -
50 cents, if I
fix packet and Blinds
Sash
Doors
not haw it. I county planter who has already delivered keen enough to prompt him not to I' who has the jim-jams and sees ,

Powder Works, Selection 609'Clarksville i thousand dollars worth '! ; "snakes a man who imagines he
Madigan Iowa. I thirty apply for a pension he does not need i ; Paints. Oils and Varnishes,
1 of tobacco from a forty acre tract ofI i, for his support. Every old soldier; has snakes in his head etc. The doc.I ,

___ __ ______ -- ---- -- It of five thousand a I
the
to
- I shade. Salaries i iI who really needs it, should have a tors appointed investigate asy- Mill and Mining Supplies,

i ii it ii I i year to experienced managers is ;, pension and a liberal one too, but ;!mum and its inmates complained that j

t i! nothing unusual in Gadsden county. j: men who have other means of sup- |i it was being made a home for inebriates i Turpentine Snpplies,

Gadsden county is threatened with! and not for insane persons and 1
i yet port have no moral right to one cent II '

I two candidates for governor at the ; of aid from the state.-Clay County this looks something like it. Improved Farming Tools
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same figure. | Times. i
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I II II I! i iI I i j A prohibitory! tax of 31I upon GET OUR PRICES

II Ii I I I Now that the county commissionershave !i! Hitting BackA I fall; club: not open to the s
I'. met in the different counties ; I j lie. which permit intoxicants to In-
i socialist, in the New York World,
applications approved them i; kept in lockers for the ue of men'
9&i) pension that socialism'is
statement
replying to a
) I' in by the hundreds. Eleven -; 1 hers: or on the premise for any p'r.: :
1 1For coming
are '' a weed of foreign birth and un-
I' hundred applications have been rose: whatever: : i.< now :?: ooht<: : rris I ardware Company
soil of the United States,
the
suited to I :
filed and acknowledged which doesnot ,: retorts as follows: imposed bthe Georgia le-islarur; et EJ1!)
I
sold at the I Irrke. I include more than one hundred .
host sot of harness c\ -r about the Christian religion? -
the How -
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best leather,and we the August meeting of i iI t! The total assessment of Vou! ;<:a n ----
the
of
dada very I j i approved at '''is i it not of foreign birth? How about
satisfaction undrrallcondaions. .
guarantee it to give absolute !I' commissioners. The payment at county this year will l l. > in the!
of
the
Therrgutarretailprice I'the sciences? Did not astronomy
i i the ending neighborhood of four and a half mii :- '
contract for quarter
*.*W. Owing to our immense the treasury
thi*:t IS SI biology and even the
mathematics
M ith n manufacturer and b\paying. cash.Iwe !.I .Tune 3l th. which included the increase i i lion dollars The assessment; for U"f \Ltf LLD Ts. F 1EKVFrer
ofU-r limited Quantity S9.85. alphabet we use emigrate from for- ,
can now of dollars little four n1ii'ons.:': 8. .iE'
over
Jd.lhut send for a set at once or !i of an average two : was '. 1 UI lLL
i lands"Down
n ;
eign .
v\rile for lataiui: : today. I i per month for the thirty-two days of I II Ii i ,, /.;;2-

ANDERSON HARDWARE CO. the quarter under the new law. and 1! at Miami a few weeks ago I i! ".
,
'.persons who were restored to the and lo of ; ?ks Jljtifi firi "' .,rot... '"\::I.. ). I t ,.XGpE55
'I' had bank failure a : tTn '' gfl j
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ATLANTA: GA. of ibe\ a c"',''''
account
Z65 to 271 Decatur St., {I drawing roll who pensions were dropped from on the United: : people: got hurt in- the cras!!. The \ }jjS2sfe! J ? 2isisi:2: *."...i\-.. ,'_''"\ )

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service and on ; affairs of the bank were c.u"f'ly: : !Tig aGUARANTEE rY } ; H
Indian War t: MiH ;
STOLEN-On :Monday, July 22. one States account for of having more than $S11> gone over and it was found L1' L: t l ft i 12 QTS: ;fJ f : 6 Q't '

mare, with four black feet; me would get lack only! -r.a"; $ 50i
bay I will be betweenten depositors $ Q..OSl ? 1
worth of property _
left |
9
diuui sit"; branded "A L L" on thousand more than per centage of their money. A"' tj.- .1 Against holes No more 1 .-i\ k.. ..--

from back of Mclver & and fifteen He1. ::1. darning if you buy 1- .. .... -A > _.
aide.It'n payments of. stage of the mater11' ry :< :"" LP
reward will the usual quarterly ( :- /: =.- 4
MaciV>"'s store. Liberal thousand dollars. i Flagler consented to take :!.:'..-:- :in l t11firtiP <; -::-- i\\' '' ?'
-
-m "
seventy
b<" |> J for tl-e arrest of the thief about The Board of Pensions has not yet i hand and finance the failed, 1 a-.k; so t\D5Iery |jfA. '"- [(. \ z
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with evlii-,i .- to con\ict. consideration of claims: it could pay off its depositor ir ::;!'. .. .. .: .e p.p-.a-c: ::-rs. r, i"F .. f I f '

A S. HOOKER. taken up the law, which will be the I Thil is the same Henry M. F'.ac': !rr @h s v.i \j Ei. uz pt.aavton : or :I- : .z FO?
Fla. I under the new '. f ,,- ..._
Anthony : of demagogues: fs..i; HI:':: '''''''.:::I :; si ..
4t
g-2 the members will at whose heels a gang : ... t.1 .., '
most onorons duty in" .xe'-o siKi'I IJ : -q-.... IA." -4 -
i and hungry office seekers in this statehave ::. '
have to perform. DrESEr: )iLlIn Cottcts '' : -, ._ ( fI
L\ & 'y"
Felt
opportunity to and .. .
200SA lost no snap 1 pairs :,T J2 CO _of r...;".- '-
WANTED-To buy from 50 to state board of i snarl.-Starke Telegraph. ; :1llfHIJ/lr, i- -

acres land in Florida, in healthy and At a meeting held July of the 10 1907, at which II I I CHAS BLUM & COMPANY,
raised pensions
!
be ( !
Etock can
place. where and treasurer -, Forget. forgive and get together,

where, with there terms is plenty price,of etc.fish.E. Lee Address ,- |I the governor were present, comptroller, the following! resolution '!]lie should party.be the slogan of the democrat- j Sold by M. FISHEL : Jacksonville, Fla,

t 7-26-w4t. I was adopted:
Ala.
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;. NEWPORT STYLKS. THE- OQipfN( OF FLORIDA PHOs.1 'being continually M'dluuMHK. filled in by jibosihato SPECIAkS 1 1

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phiCS. ; AND THEIH I {

j "- jr Ferry not an Swis eipert* 1L.; OUT ION I I It t is a matter of snpienu* wumleithat : AT FISHEL'S l

I f *> twuhproprrCt1lt1 I in the disturbed und' uniiMi.ilconditions ; I ;

j", t they assure success Outing; Costume: \ndiliu:= :suits; ; UurnituiVM; I'ananm Huts ; i the' non h in '
frnm ISc start. Users have nodou' Uis- obtaining in
t h .'t I'h1111'ogt! ,
united I
tfoi>> >
t At o.anting nor d'.saputnii Rubber Soled] Slinks TfimwMiitsValt' ,root Coats till I noi.: : 5 and 10 Cent Store 1:
.. a hart r t Get ; rj : I cocivr, (.'. K) I II tliOM times that the planet )

;E._ I..ing..rit> I)r'st's.lii reason of suddenly altered eimrons t
IPkAvk I Lakeland, Fla., July 16. Hili< ;. by _
,i'I lose its nicely adjusted' oquililt .
1 1fr arranging a summers out lit the will agree that it has now reached its I To the Editor Ocala Banner: ,
i Hum and go out of its orbit. Hut th.overwise .< Tin Pie Platters . . . .5c jj jjJTm
;>!fl of today gives more Urn'an,1 i-nhnitwtini( |xtini. A stylish ruin and :J: "Once upon a nine," and by natural -

rt !i I'rrnidc-nco, equal to the Buckets . . . 5c ||
: iutht to her various outing cost- .rotor coat is an indispensable aidjunrt !-' :
r-t surest, best crop*- i processes, the water had increased creation and maintenance of the I'niverse !- Tin Spoons (six) . . . 5c '_:
6 I arnou for over ii Ih- than to her full dress attire; ai to a summer Hit lit. It is quite 1 "
I 1o7.tJAunua1 i ihe South Pole to a dangerous and in the grand scheme of continuous .
at .
L I hough! in view of the exquisite liug rand evident that the Priestly Cravenette Tin Quart Cups, . 5c j 4

r on request. lace ilreses tit abnormal depth. The cause of this (creation, ordered those verychaotic Tin Pint Cups..5 .r
I \.Q.M.URRY&CO., that grace evenMX. reprenents "the survival of the

I '.bw. Detroit,Mich. entertainments, it cannot be said test" in wateprroof materials. Others volume of water was the gradual and I conditions purposely to stort''in Tin Cups. . . . . 5c i
,
i these storehouses of nature, the . . . . 5c V
that! the latter is neglected.! In this have come and gone but the newest continuous accumulation or growth of | Tin Graters

f :' -..sojourn, yachtings suits are first of i ihcM' fabrics are unquestionably ice at and around the North Pole, I fertilizing essentials to produce the Cake Turners--------------- 5c /|_
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importance, and sensible styles pre- the choice of the elect for the and on account of tbe porosity of this needed foodstuffs for all animal life in I Cake Cutters . .. . 5c I js;

l HOW INNOCENCE IS DESTROYED I Nominate; plaited skirts with tight t.I t. smart trim, becoming, yet practical'I I. ice, and its' consequent: super-airea- our own and all future generations. Biscuit Cutters, .. . . . 5c l'i

fitting or jackets else box I at Finally, when the channel at about . . . 5c '
I cutaway or waterproof coat or suit of the sea tion, and the density of the water : Egg Beaters, .

(Mr. Dan Hunuicutt. well known in coats trimmings being an individual son. Tare, however, must be taken to I and around the South Pole, the increased the 2ith! parallel of north latitude had I, Can Openers, . . -, .5c t':

Ocala, now of Alba, Mo., furnishes the matter. The cardinal point is, that see that the circular trademark Crav'npUf' weight of the south and of I been filled in With phosphate and I I,: Bells . . . . .. .5 e jji

i following elegant :little poem to theJacksonville the yachting suit should be white. ( appears in some manner. as im the earth had gradually inclined other deposits of the Gulf Stream and I i Scrubbing crusheS------ .'i- 5c II
I 11etropolis.-Ed. Ban o'I I L.
Trimmings itations are but too frequent. tilted the earth until the globe lay I I by geysers caused by seismic disturbances : Ink..J".5

ner.) Fancy silk braid embroidery! tony Lingerie DressesA revolved at an angle of say forty de occasioned by the extreme oscillations : Kitchen Knives, . . . 5c T;

:I taw.. there beside the meadow lane, a extent or black velvet collar and I simple, yet rharmip lin?"' ''- I grees. It took centuries to perfeci'I L of the earth efforts and its maintain unnaturally Cork Pullers, . . . . .5c "|h.,

I flower --- 1 these conditions. At the I desperate to Paint Brushes . . . 5c i
tender i'
A grows; I 1I the oscillations of the earth hold increased ; its, orbit. the" waters in the Gulf I \
Lunch Boxes..C ]
She thrives on sunshine dew and ,
I. I Stream rose to extreme abnormal I I ; '
In until the enormous .
rain intensity, Stove Keys------------------ :)C ]

Xo evil -thing she knows. \. :: --- : I boulders and glaciers of ice heights and all of the water sued Oil; Lemon Squeezers. : . . .5c | ,
:
; I*: ? ,_\, that had accumulated at the North I I the west coast of Florida was pain Tea Strainers, . . . 5c i'
inundated and the (hilt Stream, in its
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Pure, innocent and passion-free. (.\ f'If'tlt. .. 0 \" I Pole most likely in weight and I : China Eggs, . . . . 5c
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v ; mad rush to around the southern
I get
I And fair to look upon- (\ ;! ) height in greater volume than any j Oil Cans . . H' 5c -
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/ etui uf the day foundationed,! chain of 1
I Her virgin breath. sweet to thee, IS ;. ,'f :f k-- /1'1Ii' $ now known mountain range on the | Petroleum Jelly, . . . 5c j,
F-- .k !bu'K i narrow islands. now known a.s
I Wert thou a righteous one. I- ,k-, ., i'i'l'11. (: 1" II earth, were precipitately loosened.: I I j 3 Boxes of Tacks, . . 5c f.
:;,. .,... I t tttt'r Lake, Orange, P >lk and IK- '.
Then the .
;; r. \ 1' <, tob-be-expected happen Dread Toasters, . . 5c
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'-, :: :y. ',,. -' ;;: : I, s* :counties.. rolled :tII,1 i abratded
r ed when that of _\
Fleet hummln -hirfJ!; and honeybeesHer Wi I.>;:' : -0< .- ,; "y"1! I II portion North 'ilr ;! ....1 "11..1 i ..II .. .1..._... 1......_" 1.1.. Milk Skimmers . . . .5cPin .

patronage compete, ;- ( -- "'-. A'J,'- "'I ; .<;.- j.iea. immediately south of the .\ro"cOT'an. : '.cum utit-u iu an ui .U.-- ''''''-1 I'-fo-n Trays . . . . .5c ,
: : ; : with lUwhtblUn( water) !HIu-s and I
I' And find her rich in what they please, \. 0'I': : } JY [ and comprehending the :Missis-j Money Banks, . . . 5c ,3:i
: her fos sils! hunlehi
ell thf enamel
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: d lta.
: aippi was at meridian. this i
r And naught but honey-sweet \ j Garden Trowel, . .5c:
'of| teeth of marine and shore aiilinnl.s I IiltI -j
'. eat mountain of ice :
}\\ :.r. ( gr suddenly brt'k'i.( Vegetable Dipper, . . -5c 3
; .01' tbh and! small! mwlules of rock and
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; iootprrfipitat d by !
and supertwi'laj'ion. i
Hut in Night's dark shady gloom Candle Sticks..5-C:
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: tiI : What i is not-: known as th Blue J !iMipial, (potnfartious: OHM forming I the
Comes creeping through the grass J' :. ." ?\" : .i' Pitchers, . . . . 5c "j
.-'.'...... .:.. : ,1' Ri I igan 1 Alleehany! mountains in 'i itt iiit'xhdUsuWf l or dejMif.il of i.ti-|
A spider to that sweet bloom, '.O"t. -' ,:. I 1 Soap Cases, . . . 5c .'!
_.I ... than e eastern half of the United States. :!;>!f, phosphates The .sudden changen :i
And poison finds! Alas! : I Gate Fasteners . . J. .5c: 1
# I d th Rocky mountains. were then ohi'iane conditions c.m-ied l by I fln- 1. ;
i
'W"v Salt and Shakers ,. .
Pepper .5c
V !, i[urtux!:! of; billion-! of of ; < \ 'j.
life find : me mountain range, and the phos-1! tons ice into'
human
And so in we .'. Lamp Burners . . .5c tj'
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and bees. j I)hate fieMs: of Tennessee and of Ar-t! hs1 warm waters of the Mexican gulf, :
humming-birds
The fj', "J'? '.'..,.,... ;...." Seasoning Cups, . . .5c *
f. sweet-souled and high of ffft' were contiguous. But before *Lt'nsas -sijos! killing! all of the' marine aninals. !-
r Pure-eyed, ... .\ ,I kath Drawer Kncbs! . . . .5c: : .,
mind //f.; : at inv-i-tine: : rolling. tumbling, r Kii'ei! the land animal life in- ..;..,

l. ; ./..... I, .'_ If Hammers, . . . 5c
!rood crest luciing is -
of boulders mau. as
And innocence at ease. t: 1- of ice that east and easily proven byhe '
; "-- -" ",". I -," _-, fossils File Handles, . . . . 5c V, ; -
I :/ v monntain range was of less r1istance i : in the mines and destroy- ,
"\7---. : ; .I Mouse Traps, . . . 5c --1;
'Then too, alas! we often seeThe .- L '. ., : _. -, .;; than a Russian field trench! eFefore ''d' everyvstige of tropical plant and '11
: *: : ,. =._ .' I I Glass Cutters, . . . 5c
h
i in the
human spider creep .! I a Japanese onslaught. When.' ores: glacier's path. and in
......, .- "1-1il; .. Shoe Brushes..5 .
Where fairest human-flowers be- ,- < '"..' "" 'I 14-: hat accumulation of centuries of ice *Jeninsuar! Florida the country was
_ ,.'._- .;_ _- ,. : I : Curry Combs, . .5c
'." owing i eft barren "
a desert.
; And innocence go weep! : J t&s; at the North Pole turned it-l1'' Then when theater

...'lr4.. Hatchet Handles . .
L/ ..::,'t., sI f I ef! !loos* and went on the rampaee. j *- :; of the Gulf had finally subsid- 5c

:<" ,,, '" VE Meat .. . .
Call for a Deep Waterway Convention "tH' '-;>"., 'i ,. .: ; "herehe Mississippi valley now is > e 4 to their normal levels, the trade Choppers, 5c:

I,.. ; A! M I" Varnish Brushes . . .
: The formal call has been issued for r '. '..,;'," ". as a foor-hiH country. In that era' Phankie teninsular' and the vast hot water 5c

\ a deep waterway convention to be ''CM-- I r.. 1'' c. 1, >.,......'..,. c : conditions obtained in North I.merica. :ey5ers spouting sand finally covered I Fish Sealers, . . . . 5c I

; held at Memphis Tenn.. on October 1591 ifi; .. ", ,"! Aic An arm of the Gulf of Mexij -: u p the phosphate deposits in the low- Pencil Boxes . . . .5c |

i 4. It has been addressed to all gov- ;".;". : ki-- J'. i :: EOS* I I-cly: extended as far north f:st levels, and thus safely locked I Tack Pullers . . . 5c -|

ernors of states in the Mississippi I / t f .J1 J\/. / : a.3 i Vjfksaar; ?, and the Gulf Stream j U]hem in nature's vast storehouse toe ) Picture Hangers..C- j
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t I Missouri and Ohio valleys and to all / V-..".., ""... .,: d jnJrj: >:!htests! bogged in close tojb I mined in our day, just as we are Dust Pans, . . 5c vj
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mayors of cities of one thousand or: %2<==r'' Lak Charles, in western Lou-jn i aw doing and to be exported and Jar Rubbers, . . . 5c

( _: J t Tin Pot Tops, . . . .
that
more population in great dis-j ''' r ), ,: "''iar.a. an-i Lak Ponchartrain now 9;hipped to the Antipodes and used I 5c

trie President Roosevelt is to so':: -/1"<;,{ '' \ "; .. 9 \ :"": ;loat-d. and the Gulf! of MexIco a.a."r'2 .-j well in our own continent to in- Dish Mops, . . . . 5c

time his trip of inspection down the';, .:,' >( Jt :- -"".'.' i'h.' :' : w&:1''': a_ warm anow. anti I cr i if:7 caae the food products of all animal Knife Sharpener., . J. .5c

to arrive the last Screw Driver . . 1 ... .
Mississippi as on -::: '/ ,. thT: m with flh In nOTmOUg' Iian' ff;. Thus even the little and large r .5c

day of the convention, when he- is expected ..0..J.1 f > !t> :I ,] ;': and7M.; Shttk5 l. espeaJ7 tl shf-H, and all life is immortal. Machine Oil Can------- ". . 5c

to make a stirring speech on I .; \" _' ,''//> I ., .1 : ; :IzrzcaM: mosf f<-rof-tr stlz- Each and every one of the transient Hinges . . . . . 5c

the need for increased transportation .. '" -.rr .; ...! W'l'e i', r attndan: lu I and gloriously beautiful flow Bread Pans, . . .5c .

facilities through the development of I ." ";7': .,." "...,"' -' Jf'I_ I I I Then, :a* r.o-w th > n iit Stream ni th- ll'hronsjh ig springs that we so love and ad- Hair Curlers, . . . 5c "

the nation's rivers. The need for active t'f : I ".-_ i; ed! ';1) th: cOmparatively nar- m tire and distributed in almost every: Coffee Pot Stands ... . 5c .

;. development work along these '---..,.'--z- ,-- ".,->-v ('hannpft towcen Cuba and Yn'an. c junty in Florida, and even in the Leather Straps, . . 5c

lines never was more urgent than at iue above des.gn is fcy: the MeCalT-j of NVYor?:_ pr-'h! ? ,,-r of Faa, j I ie J t hut likely with rater force 04 eans surrounding Florida, were: Wash Pans, . 5c
j
the present time. Canada has grasped ion and manufactrer:: _, of McXaii pa: ten.dre._-. !ar..d foo4, and !striking' and hugging j01 ace the most forceful geysers in the: Tin Funnels.-------, H' . . . ..c-.." l

the situation and is constructing ,1' (..()jjl': : In tr1. t.p--- P2C1t..--.. I'f\1Iut....-.. "'.1', l"'.'"-11"..+_]I'i, known world, and every oak and I Pen Staffs, . . -' . .5C I

the Georgian Bay ship canal which cuffs with ,- Americt and Mexico until striking ti j I spruce and rosemary, sand scrub and, Coffee Pots, . . 5C
handsome buttons ,: I
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comprise = worn at a
will bring lake freighters to tide water private house: on the southern coat of where ouipi dune i in Florida were formed Quilting Clamps, . . 5C
styles favored by theflat "
by the fashionable con- I B"fnoannue: I :
at Montreal by a route 500 miles tingent. The i| was made tLrougn-.- ana and Mississippi now are locatedit I white sands and disintegratedmica Scales, . . . . . .:5c
new Panama hat, o't of
turn-
shorter than the Buffalo, X. Y., route. ed in that alternating rows of narrow sheered away in eddies to the wesi t; washed out by these hot water Horse Brushes, . . . 5c .,
up any way suits roe wearer tucks and embroidered bands
in circular
This will mean that freight rates will coast of the
very narrow strip of lane I I geysers, and each and
and a plain hat-band of the color shape, which suited every one of BRING THIS
: the slender
practically be cut in two and that now known as the back-bone of Flor, these sand scrubs LIST WITH YOU
of the favored yacht, is a sufficient girl-wearer little or large is i
Canada will gain control of the to perfection. but absolutely ida. then
export ranging south to about thf?' deposited precisely : M.
garnature or a fringed scarf complies prohibitive northeast of one
traffic of a vast territory unless some to a stout per- 29th parallel of north latitude. It I is; of these springs. But FISHED
with
fashion's there is
requirements. Soft son. An i one
i similar waterway improvement is undertaken amethyst cross, suspended my fixed belief that prior to this iceberg thing about the -
felts are also in order or linen hats by a chain around the growth of these sand --
neck
quickly by the United which have the i wa the era the Gulf Stream crossed the?! deposits that I cannot Milo Cooper. at one time th:> hotlyservant
advantage of understand.
: being only In
ornament. and in this
States "hat the Deep Waterway Association connection peninsular of Florida practically instance of Jefferson Davi .
very cool. Yachting and tennis shoes it be on I every we find the acorn i i" in the
may mentioned producing -
is doing for the lakes-to-the. that notUngin ; the 29th parallel of latitude. and toot t dwarfed poor house at Miami.
are about the same rubber-soled i scrub oak, the Jj
jewelry is
so fashionable spruce 4 -f
Gulf as a topaz
route, the national rivers and a chain of islands or keys extendedin I
whether not of the or Norway pine, the laurel
or Oxford style. or amethyst cross. and tbv aromatic -- j
harbors congress is doing for the long, narrow islands from this -- i

(I country at large. The" Jast named organization Tennis Suits Another Lingerie Dress strait to Cuba. rosemary, and these brush J. R. Moorhead, D. S. WoodrOw,. f
'I As tennis is a favorite diversion growths are confined to the .
worn at the Casino exact limits
V by President.
has labored with congress i a stylish young; When this precipitated and irre Secretary.
here, white linen suits are in the ma- matron had an of these geyser deposits.( In fact B. J.
for the last six years and has kept i embroidered r'lfflo. sistible flow of icebergs started south at : Potter, Gen. Mgr. j
jority, made either with a short with any point around them
jacket scalloped edge at the one I
I '
ever before the national bottom ofthe can
legislators i they knocked
down and WOODMAB
I ground to SAND
atoms stand with AND STONE
or a blouse waist so as to leave skirt, above which one foot in the COMPANY
I scrub
the were six-inch
{ need for appropriating not less I L all and every hill and
the arms perfectly free. Here again of the mountainin growth and the other in the Builders
4 than squares dress long-leaf of
material
$30.000.000; ) ) a year to prosecutethe embroidered their course and f
j by
embroidery may be used to an almost errosion ed yellow pine forest, CEMENT
or
the
at bay-head
centres and SIDEWALKS "
work.
The national rivers and edged: by ground out the present Mississippi or .
hammocks
unlimited extent. German Val of hard woods. .
harbors congress still is maintaining lace. These were set on I valley (since much filled in with The expert Dealers in ,

this campaign and is seeking to in- For bathing suits at "The Pier" taffeta the points and touching, forming a and vegetable humus). When silt in forestry or flori-culturist who LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers
i those
crease its membership so as to include silk or brilliant colors in plaidsor beautiful heading to the embroidered i enormous quantities of ice I can explain these unvarying conditions .- of I
checks is the leading fabric. Poker were to me, can find CONCRETE I
ruffle. Rows of a
Jace glad BLOCKS
insertion
from I pupil.ALBERTUS ,
every shipper and every community -, I poured into the Gulf of Mexico, the
: dotted stuff. or mohair in white and the waist II
PAVING
; of were turned into points I VOGT MATERIAL
size
r any in the United I waters being warm, were so suddenly C. E. ,
black.
is
also worn by persons of which
quiet are carried I
States. about
an inch FENCE
I chilled as to instantly POSTS, Etc. :
tastes. Blouse and skirt are madein deep into the destroy every The Good Die Estimates
squares. Similar orna i bit of animal life in them. BUllions Young-Claude in Dan. and plans furnished acd i
: one, gathered at the waist, the mentation is contracts ;
Mr. disposed
R.
Hudson Burr is not as big a on the waist of tons of fish and ger. taken. 4
aquatic fowl I Iwere
fool as some people thought he was. trousers or tights being separate. fSquare ront, and a belt of embroidery .f'.' frozen and impacted in the i Claude L'Engle says that good pa- P. 0. Box 956 Ocala. Florida. <)

He has not resigned his job necks and short sleeves prevail not injure the Princess effect. The pers like his : I ,
on the crushing ice boulders Sun :=: "tI
and these generally die .
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trimmed with white braid. set young. -- -- .
railroad Taken short sleeves were -- -- *;
commission composed of
because he em It
whirling in
distresses
an-I aroetber! the bathing suit of the broidered ruffles. great eddies and pools us to hear our friend
flounced his. candidacy for \':' and rows of insertion by the Gulf Stream,
present is and and the super- making a noise like Beech Nut
a gay sometimes a -
not funeral
lIe baa no intention of turning: go." I. were on a sort of second sleeve oscillations of the proces
earth sion
Ills announcement for governor 'a very modest-looking affair. appearing just below the ruffle. fish ground the; and we bid him take courage i'i'W
did i and animals, Sliced
from
Waterproof Coats So excepting ony! the !I the case of the I Bacon
not fall the numerous are box young parents
upon people with the con- : coats and I Hardest enamelled bones I
The Newport visitor who has observed I and teeth;who were haunted
suming of cutaway jackets that the by the fear i
rage a prairie fire, but fell question into nodules and atoms that
the evolution of the waterproof i irises' is th* and gradual they "will never raise" ;
Eton John
altogether
to
tame I
and flat and the ad- pass out of ly this mass of cadaver "because Henry
coat for several seasons past, !style? was deposited -! he is so-o-o bright."
ministration is looking in the diree- VERONA CLARK. on the Wehnvo_ I
west shores of th..#> I' ..;n n i noticed -
H__ _, .._ y __ I -- v 1.M141UJi rl that John Henry I
uua 01 JUT. jonn .N. C. Stockton islands I given proper -
01 P, now connected and known
young Bryan for a candidate. So fa r I How a Congressman Dised I Peninsular as, nourishment, nearly always pulls
an Oppo- Bachelor's Script.Lifs Florida. As the flood ir J through
as we have observed only two papers;; 1 nentRepresentative I the Guuf rose and fell to notwithstanding the handicap:
greater 01.jof an overload
of
in /
Florida are friendly to Mr. Burr's lesser heights brains and we believe
; -
Clark as the
Champ oi per
I little ironside precipitation I! the Sun
candidacy. and if Bryan or Stocktoncan I generally wear of ice flows into properly nourished, will
the Gulf .
be Missouri tells a good story on for petticoats. t waters, the j live in spite of its
induced to enter the race these, j tides weighty opinions
raised
two / mer Representative Henry U. Johnson Politics is a masculine game. but and in periods of extra I l..1 and overtowering 4.-
papers In all probability will I I I high goodness. The veto
water the ,
", change front. of Indiana. :Mr. Johnson was engaged the first boss was a woman. disintegrated or I of the state printing
Mr. bill
Burr has a "wet t t crushed Tennessee seems to indicate -
blanket" wrapped around him I'j in a debate with an Illinois; The woman who is no spring chicken I phosphates, then I the presence at the state
about t obtaining house
as silt
as congressman: whom he heatedly de- will usually lay for you. i and the pulverized I of a determination to
completely as we have I furnish
ever wit fish etc_, were the
nessed. He really :dared was an ass. This was unpar- Love laughs at locksmiths, but the ; regularly laid in strat- nourishment so there
I presents a sad L tas on the marshes seems to us no
I spectacle. j jliamentary, of course, and had to be goldsmith is a serious matter. and low lands on L I real occasion for onT friends

I. I withdrawn. On the order of the The husbands day: Eight hours the western slope of Peninsular Plot ) fort>bodings. Cheer gloomy
I up and
be
I ida.
; "Everybody Should J speaker, Mr. Johnson said: for sleep, eight hours for work, and In seasons of lowest tides and I With the nourishment sunny.

Know"says "I withdraw the eight hours Gulf waters these thin periodic de larly coming re, u,-
E. G. Hays, a prominent business language I used for explanationHarper'sWeekly. from the state
iii
man of Bluff Mo., "that Bucklen's Ar I Mr. Speaker, but I insist that the posits of phosphate being exposed to' sure the Sun will be able treasury w(' are ISL lvi

: nica Salve Is the Quickest and the sun and air were dried and its to Ihe down
gentleman from cracked
surest: Illinois is out of or- superlatite Tastes
as
< rw n"<: good as it
healing salve q
ever applied! to and StarKe TVI Iooks..j :t
a sore,, |der. Eczema cupped into the present Lam- egraph. look,
I burn or wound, or to a case: of piles. inated m bard-rock ; very good. A delicious breakfast
I've used it, and know what I'm talkIng "How am I out of order?" demanded For the good of those suffering with now found in the dish. of great food -
about." Guaranteed the niinoisian eczema or other such I wish mines. The reason the coarse An value, *h3it-
by Tydings red-faced with an trouble sands Echo of '76 5omo all the
i & Co., druggists. 25c. x ger. to say that my wife had something I ever found in between the stratasof A West year 'round. .Try the

of that kind, and after using the doc all of the laminated hard-rock Florida exchanga states "Ceech-Nut"lt's different.
"Probably veterinary surgeon can I tors' remedies for is that Sopchoppy Ja
some time concluded eolM
If Wisconsin ever goes for prohibition : because being heavier I for Jennings. -
tell than
: you, retorted Johnson. This was to try Chamberlain's Salve, and the atoms [ TLo several other would
what will Milwaukee do to keep parliamentary it proved to be better tban t of phosphate in suspension in the ha governors
and had to be admit anything tony as well take 0. K.
I famous? ted to the record. she had tried. For sale by all druggists !Gnlf waters, it was first precipitated the tall the hint anil Book GROCERY l.

IL. I j c ct o r sunk to the bottom of the shallows Herald, Umberal'alatka Times- CLARK BROS., Props.

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\\elL-burg W. Va.. to join his wife Ocala, assessed to Mrs. L. B. :McKean. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE NOTICE

who ha3 been spending the summer raised from $12"n: to $2.>nii.' J

"Sold KNIGHT I there. '. All of except 124: feet square" in Of Application for Letters Patent. .
by aLRNGOMlflFla( : Under and by virtue of a final decree -
( And still they go-only a few fam northwest corner block 34. 0. S.
four
Notice is hereby given that j
entered by the Honorable. S
I1 ilies left now. Ocala assessed to J. D. McDuffy, valuation -
weeks after the first publication of
You see these words on nearly ev r.t-W'a'ioVtKat ---1 The intense heat and the Exposi increased from $$1111<> to $151111.< Builock. Judge of the Circuit Cour this notice. we, the undersigned will j

d *'. md the same could be said of Carriages, Buggies tion have done much toward decreasing Commence 12 1-2 chains north of of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Plot apply to the governor of the state of '
the of Citra. However southeast section. township
I There must be a reason for this-and there is-a I population corner ida. on the 13th day of July, 1907.l ira Florida for letters patent to issue under )
good one: When we they'll soon be returning when King 17 range :24. thence west 24\ chains
began doing business with the people of this vicinity we decided to Winter arrives. north 3 chains. east 2'-' chains south certain cause pending in the Cir the following proposed charter: I
I EDWARD HOLDER.S. .
I I handle only a line of goods that would; need no apology. The results :3 chains-f acres. assessed to J. R. cuit Court of Marion County. Florida A. R.\WLS.

I apparent already. We reasoned that we could not afford to handle Buck Pond Picnic, August 23, 1907 Joselyn, valuation increased from in chancery, wherein the City of! G. C. CROM.CLARENCE. I

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!i the Shears, Sawbuck & Co/s, or mail order house quality of goods, 'I The Buck Pond picnic is going to $400 to $3)41.Commence; < 2 1-2 chains north of Ocala is complainant and D. D. Lo CAMP. '

be something: that Marion county can tier et al. are defendants wherein JACK C.IP.Copy .
as we must do business with our neighbors and not with customers a southeast corner of northeast quarter :

t'-ausard:; miles distant. .Our lines have been carefully selected. Our be proud of in the way of pleasures. of southeast quarter, section 9. the undersigned was appointed as of the Proposed Charter of the

sports etc. There will be a tournament -. township 17. range 24. thence north special master to execute the said decree Ocala Athletic Association.We .

I for those who like exciting. 2.50 chains west 2i> chains. south ; therefore. I will offer for sale tk.> undersigned, hereby associate
WHITE HICKOXY FARM AND TURPENTiNE I 2.50 chains. east 20 chains-5 acres. ourselves together for the
pur
horsemanship. foot races and other O. P. valuation and will sell for cash to the highest:
assessed to Boyce pose of becoming incorporated under

t4 WAGONS # games for those who like milder raised from $200 to $100. bidder, on the laws of the state of Florida, applicable

amusements speaking for those who Commence 2 chains west of a point Monday, September 2nd, A. .D. 1907,, to corporations for profit.

are tu :t and sold on honor. We carry a full line of I iil-e the intellectual and tempting viands 15.45 chains north of southeast corner at the court house door in Ocala. Florida ARTICLE I.
II section 9. township 17. range 24..1
I and refreshments for ." between the hours of eleven a Name
IS chains, north 5 chains east
EVERYTHIN-i! IN VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIES\ r rJ IS west: chains, south 5 chains-9 acres, assessed I m. and two o'clock p. m., at public The name of this corporation shall
je Ocala Athletic Association, and Its
NOTICEOf to B. D. Whitman, assessed the described -
I auction, following property principal place of business shall ben
We r-jft HARNESS for the Florida mule as well as for the $1000d valuation raised from $2ftO to $350 in satisfaction of said. decree. Ocala, Marion county, Florida.
St-e for in lines and Application for Permit to Sell Li- Commence 29.73; chains west of a I
( us anything our we assure you that we wills at southwest .
cor
to-wit Commencing
: : ARTICLE II.
nuors.Vines" and Beer.Whereas. point 1530; chains north of southeast
.-s please you and "make good." Yours very truly, G. D. Hoan; has tiled with corner section 9. township 15 range I aer of block 32, Caldwell's addition tc Business

the Board of County Commissionersfor 24. north 9 chains, west to lake. south I Ocala, running thence east 200 feet The general nature of the business

KNIGHT & \.A'1G. Marion County. Florida. his application \ 9 chains. east to point of north 83 feet, west 200 feet, south S3 to: be transacted by this corporations

for permit to sell liquors. wines 8 acres, assessed to Gt> beginning-I :
and beer in Election District No. one assessed" valuation raised feet, or so much thereof a? mr >>- 1. To own control and maintain

of said County and State; any citzien to $2000. necessary to satisfy the said decree m athletic field and to conduct

of such Election District may show Ten chains north and south on and costs. JOSEPH BELL hereon athletic games of all kinds;
MINUTES BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Tiva.Mm! \ report for t the specia 2.: To do any and all things necessary
II I section township
cause if any there be, at the meeting north side of lot 2, 16 Special Master in Chancery.
district I weiv approved\ showing i the l of the Board to ho held on Tuesday, 17. range 24-22.50 acres assessed for the purpose of conducting
T. E. BIGGS 726.Complainant's .
i II. T. heirs of. assessed athletic games of every description;
tallowing balances: the 3rd day of September next why to Spooner.

valuation raised from $1250 to Solicitor. ARTICLE III.
'I Uficlal Ocala .G3: : McIntosh $t97.nl : Belle fch permit should not be granted.S. "
T. SISTRUXK. $20I10.t Capital Stock
< K-I ilL, Attf. G, IO!) ,. view $399.C7; Fantville, $24.29; Dun Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. :;- South two-fifths of south half of lot NOTICE The amount of the capital stock ol

,i ttblic Instruction in nellon, $520.32; Reddick, $EiS.S3;; Marion County. Florida. S-2 2 and north half of north three-fifths 1 his corporation shall be one thotts-
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M..ifccanty.i i Florida met' Pine Level $135.11; ; Mayville. $22.49;: or soutn nan 01 I LL lot: 2.n section lu township and dollars ($loolP.w.p), divided Into
I NOTICE 17. range 24-17 acres, assessedto tn the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial LOO shares at the par value of ten dollar -
.\ib! j ol ABfust, 1307 in W -irsdale. $129.74; Citra, $791 .86;;
E. J. Lytle assessed valuation raised Circuit of Florida, in and for ($10.00) each, all of which tail

.t4 wtth l aac Stevens Griner Farm $321.29: ; Duck Pond I Of Application for Permit to Sell Liquors from $200 to $500. Marion County-In Chancery. apital stock shall be payable in cash.

M R BUtch and J. S. $123.14 ; Sparr $171.47; Candor, Wines and Beer. Commence at northwest corner ol ARTICLE IV.

( I.'....... $132.07; Fellowship $237.53; Electra, Whereas, Harry J. Precht has filed southwest quarter of section 21, town Ethel Oldfield. Complainant. vs. W. Term

I Blitchton with the Board of County Commissioners ship 17, range 24, thence east 20 $22.9C $217.63; llartel
; :
last meeting were
< < >f the for Marion County Florida, his south 20 chains. eastO
application \- chains for Constructive Service.It lion shall exist is ninety-nine (99)
.ii>l rovtd..inpka $117.71 : Fort King, $U8.52; Capulet for permit to sell liquors chains south 15 chains west If I rears.

'. colored school was $4.23; Linadale. 61.76; Cotton wines and beer in Election DistrictNo. chains south 5 chains. west 20 chains,, is ordered that the defendantherein ARTICLE V.

f. to repair roof of school Plant, $234.11; ; Orange Lake. $95.95; ;; one of said County and State; any north IS chains, west 1ft chains north named, to-wit: W. Ernest Old. Officers
citizen of such Election District ; chains east 10 chains. north 3 to
mayshow 5 I Held, be and he is hereby required
Oak Hill $23.fi7:!: ; : Moss Bluff, $15. j:; The business of this corporationhall
cause, if any there be, at the chains, west 10 chains north 1C to the bill of complaint filed
appear be conducted by a President
.to'. Curry was appointed su- Fairfield, $102.43: ; Cottage Hill $51.2fl;; I meeting of the Board to be held on chains. except south block 2. Stanton > *

the Hurricane Pond Charter Oak, $H.97; Pedro. $tOO.S;;;; Tuesday the: 3nl: day of September -97 acres assessed to F. C. Buffum. I in this cause on or before Monday, rice-President Secretary and a Trees
Directors
Board of
irer, and a coa-
I next. why such permit should not be as"E'sspdlluation raised from $120f the 2nd day of September, 1907.
Kendrick $48.76 Oklawaha, $58.42:
board ;
Curry asked if the isting of not less than three nor
granted. S. T. SISTRUXK to $3000. It is further ordered that a oi
to build Total, $5025.04. W. D. CARN. I copy more than seven, to be elected at tM

: .: house, i II the present Secretary. sioners. Marion County, Florida. 8-2 lot 7, section 5, township 17 range 24 I for four (4) consecutive weeks in to be held on the fourth Tuesday lo
,
i
fdlf lidatf'd condition. -:1i: acres, assessed to T. C. Freeman, the follow-
.. larch of each year; and
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Ocala Banner
J'! rtf NOTICEOf valuation raised from $tOO ; the a newspaper published -
FAIRFIELD FACTS assessed
11.. Prr wa instructed to get es- I to $1000. i in said county and stat ig officers shall conduct the bo>io.ggf

the plan of the Sell Li- I ) the corporation until troee elect
-(li' anil Application for Permit to
<
Commence 6.50 chains north and Ii This 25th day of July, 1907.
Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Wines and Beer. i ?d at the first annual meeting shall
board
to quors. ol
ik>.1 ant l present j I 74C feet west of southeast corner S. T. SISTRUXK
I There beautiful but quiet i Whereas Thomas II. Keating and qualify:
t'.. was a southwest quarter of southeast quarter. 'I
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Roland L. Keating. as copartners doing i. 24 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla President, Edward Holder.
Dallas I wedding here Sunday evening at the! section 9. township 17. range ,
'., wtron of the of Vice-President, S. A. Rawls.
e business under the firm name west 574 feet to lake. north :3 chains : H. L. ANDERSON 726.Complainants ; .
a 'ft and asked for a home of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Jennings,. Thomas H. Keating & Co., have filed ,. east 574 feet, south 3 chains-3 acres Secretary, G. C. Crom.

ftallas community. when their daughter, Miss Lula, am I | with the Board of county Commissioners assessed toY.. E. Fosnot" assssed :,, Solicitor. Treasurer, Calrence Camp.

from ten to Dr. G. G. Randall were united in mar' i for Marion County, Florida. valuation raised from $100 to $300. Board of Directors, Edward II"id'r,
1 -n-e Clarence Camp. S. A. Rawls, 4 i C.
; their for permit to sell liquors NOTICE
application .. i
and riage. Dr. Cunningham, the pastor o;r Commence 20 chains west of southeast
i \ .lItl three wines and beer in Election Dis- I Crom and Jack Camp.ARTICLE.

,' -chool in the I the Methodist church here. performs II,1! trict0.. one of said County and corner section 9. township 17,, tI VI.
,. range 24, north C.50 chains west 2(I Of Application for Tax Deed Under
the the: ceremony After the wedding re ,State citizen of such election I IndebtednessThe
.! that if : any
I south 6.5o chains. east 20Il'haim1:1
chains ;
; Section 8 of Chapter 4S88, Laws .
anx- fr"shiuents" in abundance were served. 1 district ma> show cause. if any there assessed to heirs ol highest amount of 5tH-! !-'M
are
I acres.
-iii'ty 1 I be. at the meeting of the Board to be : of Florida less to which this corporation -:all
number of friend; valuation in
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assessed
There were quite a T Spooner.
-rhool and \\ HKJurnish a held on Tuesdav. the 3rd day of September -If Notice is hereby given that J. L. it any time subject Itself im: '
witnet-s th:. craed trom :lOt to $5 relatives to
.. that thboard will and present next why such permit should I' housand dollars <$1ftOO.l10ARTICLE )
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Block 31.: Eastlake-2 1-2 acres assessed Paricer, purchaser of tax certificate
th prefer cereojony. The bride and groom returned not be granted. S. T. SISTRUXK, ., I VII.
ar-her, or if <'y I A assessed valuation I'
night. Wf Clerk of the Board of Coanty Com.1 to ex. Wynne i No. 337, dated the 1st day of June A. '
to Reddick Sunday } SubscribersThe
conveyance increased from $2 lf to $400.
'li furnish a County. Florida. I D. 1903: has filed said certificate in .
Pedro or the all hope "Doc" and his young bridE.1 misionC'rarion, 23:: acres in northeast corner lot 1, names and places <>f r' -' '1 M-e

'. .rbih'rt'n, will live long and happily. ---NOTICEOf section 16. township 17. range 24. as :' my office and has made application II of the subscribers together w ; : !11'-

'" messed to George: E. Snow. assesset 'j for tax deed to issue in accordance amount of capital stock tII'I'I"t',1:I t :
'granted ten Mr. J. B. Yongue and wife have re 10.1 I for by each is:
\ Increase in Asseil \.3JII 'ii1 of valuation raised from $1000 to 525 with law. Said certificate embraces
_"JJPri.ntt'nd(>n! tvraed from their trip to Georgia Commence 29 rods south 18 1-4 tieurees !I I Name Residence s'. .if-
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p Property for Taxes, 15'i7.' the following described property situated -
', and report having a fine time.Mr. west of northeast corner of lo i i Edward Holder ( ca1a. Flon-.t i in
the same. Notice is hereby given to the owners -
17. township 17. range 24, i in Marion county Florida, to-I A. Rawls Ocala. Florida ]II
a-kei for in- M. L. Payne gave the Farmers or agents of the owners of thi e.. 1, section i I S.
lecture lasSawrday described! that the''. south SI4: degrees, east 43.2S: rods wit: South half of northeast quarter I Jack Camp Ocala. Florida l II
interesting
.i.iry, but was Union quite an lands hereinafter Commissioners: of south 3 1-4 degrees west 17.28 rods i j of northwest quarter and southeasiquarter Clarence Camp, Ocala F'on-la: 1"
Board of County
evening which was ver;, west to lake. north I Ocala Florida 11
... north 77 degrees G. C. Crom. ,
'
its section
Marion County. Florida at rgu: of northwest quarter,
the highly appreciated by the members'. with lake to point west of commence-
raiteI Marioi State of Florida
in Ocala,
held
lar meeting :: 3", township 14, south, range 22.
of assessed
r'.1., for the Rob- Mr. W. A. Yongue has been quit Comiiv. Florida. Wednesday, An ment. east to point beginning County of Marion.
: Mrs. N. K. Broward. asses" '- east-56.43 acres. The said land be
tlKM.HOOI ill for a few days, but is now impro. gust 7, 19'i7. sitting' for the purpose of to .. Before me on this day personally
,m'lOjd tO increased from $5f>o tICOfl. <
ed valuation ing assessed at the date of the issu- Edward Holder. Clarence CuBft
hope he will be eqtr-ilbing the a,;<:e ::ment of taxe came
>>
sincerely
a: $30: per month. ing. and we for 19 i7, made the following increasein I''ance: of such certificate in the name I S. A. Rawls, Jack 'amp and G. C.

*. Tyner was granted the with u s9 ain soon. the valuation of the following Fractional part of lot 3. section 6. : of unknown. Unless said cE'rtificatp.// Ciom. all to me well known to be the

children from We are glad to say that Mr. \V. II. lands to-wit: township 17. range 2l3 acres as ; individuals who signed the foregoing
n.nvev the Wood row and Martin, rais : shall be redeemed according to law, j charter of the Ocala Albeit-
Leverett is recovering from the injui Northeast quarter of northwes sessed to proposed
:.. ivhliorhood to either the section 7. township 13: rang(e ed from $21111 to $-1 fIll. tax deed will issue thereon on the I ic Association. who severally acknowledged

I. ...' the Fantville school. I i ies he received a few days ago.serious quarter.:21-10 acres assessed to A. W. F. Fractional part of lot 3. section 6township : 26th day of August, A. D. 19"7. I II to me that they subscribed
six Mrs. R. T. Crouch has been 17. 2-t-S acres, as their to the paid" proposed
granted increased from range names
:,1 1 -mt school was Yongue. valuation I i Witness my official signature and I
( build- ill for the past week, but we an sessed to Mrs. Mary M. Xeely, raised charter for the uses and purposes
Iy
::t .:,nt... $;) to assist in shfe is improving at pre $2tiO to $400.Southwest quarter of northwes from $100 to $4"o. : seal this the 24th day of July, A. D. therein set forth and expressed.

::. : c': n and SO cents for lumber glad to say quarter and 210 feet north and south Fractional part lot 3. section 6.. I i S. T. SISTRUNK 'I My commission does not expire until

t : c t: w facing. ent. by 420 feet east and west in southeas township 17. range 24-5 acres, assessed :: Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla. the 10th day of October. 1910.
B. Devore, one of Reddick'ssuccessful : raised fron I my'hand and official seal
J.
granted :Mr.: south to D. W. Davis Witness
T r',.'n ler school was corner of northeast quarter of 7-26 By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C.
merchants, was in our $300 to $50n. : this 17th day of July A. D. 1307.
southwest
1 and :20 feet of west quarter of quarter I i
I "','W' howl desks business.Mr. 13. 21-4 West half of south half of lot 8. sec CEO. W. MARTIIN.
,
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old town Tuesday on section 7. tovn! hip range NOTICEOf
Mac '.\: ,! and allowed to sell Crouch returned home< acres. assessed to H. W. Tate. raised tion 1, township 17 range 23-2* Notary Public. State of Florida atLarge.
buildin R. T. heirs of R. Bullock i I I 7-17-07.
new assessed to
house : use proceeds on from $20 i to $-11111. acres Application for Permit to Sell Li
\red esdya from Tampa. assessed valuation raised from $lOi I
and northwest
East: quarter quaitor Wines and Beer.Whereas .
quors. SALE
:; MASTER'S
of
OF
NOTICE
granted Miss Musie Bullock. daughter of northeast xrter and northeas to $250. and Son r rI
qu Carmichael
the
T1-! \1, I Intosh school was and west ; ,
feet east
Mr.: and Mrs. Ray Bullock of Ocala i is: quarter of northwest" quarter and wes Lot 6. except lio Co.. have filed with the Board of
r ) \\ i' -ks.Mr of by 578 feet north and south in south of final decree
n a few days with Miss Gertrude quarter and southeast quarter County Commissioners forIarion Under and by virtue a -

i: .\. Polly presented his resignation spending COW BOY. \ southwest quarter and southwest west corner of section 12 township County. Florida. their application for entered by the Honorable W. S.
to
Smith. 38 assessed
of the Belleview of southeast Quarter. section 17. range 23- acres wines and beer
: : .- trustee quarter Investment Company. assess permit to sell liquors Bullock. Judge of the Circuit Court
accepted and the 14. township 17. range 2'loilacres.. Carney in Election District No. one of said
c'hrwhich! : was NOTES Dunnellon Phosphati ed valuation raised from $7i>0 tc such lof the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida
CITRA
to rec- assessed to : County and State; any citizen of
r J t ran- are hereby authorized Company raised from Sfiflfl i to $-SM.l I $1500. I Election District may show cause, if..i on the 13th day of July 1907, la

i -ome one to fill the vacancy. Banner Northeast quarter and east half of 2 3-4 chains north and south or the meeting of the in the Circuit
(\:1' I Ir Special' Cor. Ocala : S section 12, any there be. at I a certain cause pending
of lots i, ,
1Weathpt'S presented his of ten years. thi northwest quarter and east half of north side he held on Tuesday.. the 3rd I
Mr \ I After a lethargy 'township 17. range 23: -11 acres as Board. to : Court of Marion County. Florida, In
of the Ocala awakened and consequently I southeast quarter, section 4. township of September next why such permit -
fathers have day
trustee : town Investeeht Com of Ocala
u as the City
;:::=tJ Citn 2" :333: acres assessed to sessed to Campy I chancery wherein
of -
village 17 be
granted.S2
range '
and the the little i should not I
Men was accepted i : assessed ,'aluatiori'ir lsed from. Chandler I. Tongue .
'h( losing the neglected appearance Dunnellon Phosphate ('ompan"alu. pany. S. T. SISTRUNK.Clerk ; Is complainant and
fast 1.
rr- -.. hereby authorized to rec-. i i is so long peculiar to it. Much of ation increased from $5 v) to $:1:1011: I $200 Part to of S5 lot O. 9 bounded iiorth by Fra.1 of the Board of County Commis- I et al, are defendants, whereto
fill ihe vacancy.A has been cu Lots 1 to 9 and 11 to 19. Westeri t Florida.
,
-tne ore to shrubbery I sioners. Marion County special
; I appointed
surplus "
c: the half section line the undersigned was
by
zier's lot, east I
the lots section 17 township
of is givin Central City
wilderness :
oaBJ-r of the patrons and the t and Archibald l said decree
I away. Ocala FOOB south by lands of Porter master to execute the ;
Tnshady < Ii>. 22. assessed to NOTICE
beauty. range
the :
symmetrical
I'jc'j: PNchool! appeared, before i I place to streets a and sidewalks witl! dry and Machine Works. valuation increased I west by Liule Lake Weir section therefore, I will offer for sale and

1. r3::, ) II'b a petition protesting I their rows of lovely: oaks. are a boot] from $24100 TO $5 tiO. I 12. township 17. range Investment 23-12 1-2: !. Of Application for Permit to Sell Liquors : will sell for cash to the highest bidder

tlv> board appointing trawler during thes All block 42. O. S. Ocala assessed j acres assessed to Carney Wines tnd Beer. t
j the weary increased onMonday
t. "c' to increas,, I Company. assess .. teacher they had lastJ..t j sultry summer days. to McGrarh estate. valuation from $300 to $5"... Whereas. Ocala House Wine Rooms September 2nd A. D. 1907,
1'- !
Greiner has gon< I ed from $4""0 to ?6,1fflh..Cornrnence has filed
not Williams Manager
Clarke H. ,
will J.
by
:. i saying that they i Mrs. at southwest corner 01'I Lots 1 and 2; and west Three-fourth: Commis- i at the court house door In Ocala
of County
showed north for the summer.Dr. I 17. range with the Board
C '::.J ..ie teaches. They I Carswell. who has bEenisitin?: lot "X." caldwcll's ad, Ocala. nortl:, i of lot -I. section assessed 13. township to Carney Investment sioners for Marion County. Florida Florida between the hours of eleven

C:1\: \ ..chool will lose fifteen pu- : the Jamestown Exposition. is horn< I 210 feet east" 933 feet. south 210; feet i 23Hi' acres Company., assesses valuation _' its application for permit to sell liquors a. m.. and two o'clock p. m., at public

Af- did not retun l west 933: feet- 1-2 :acres assessec.1 in Election Dis-
*?. same teacher returns. again. Mrs. Carswell increase [ raised from $13'; :>r' to $f300. wines and beer auction the 'following described property -
r. ) the super- with him. but will enjoy a few week!i to J. M. It>ffert."aluaion of ('ountCommission.. : trict No. one of said County and
matter The Board of said decree
the I in satisfaction
.ring from Sloftft to $2oO 1. such Election
e Dominion.Mrs. citizen of
: t Old
State
the
in any
da :
;
send atFfr longer: Monday the 2nd 1
will meet on
instructed to left Tues. Commence 130 feet south of northeast ers if there to-wit: Southwest quarter of south
,
i-- ": was i Driver and children September 1907. for the purpose oi f District may show cause. any
r "..arber.f day for Virginia: to"isit friends anrelatives. feel!. hearing any
be held t<) I Ocnla. west ;234 feet south 1itil : 3rd day of Sep-
accompanied the
called to They were hoard shall be changed on Tuesday of Ocala. Marion County,
\ rion was .. feet north 1 lift f4.et a, esse school house by Mr. Driver. : "' n Jacksonville
Pond valuation incraefiom ; irricane' f'r' r.. C Crom .
t Carter 0 T SISTRl'NK.MMUHBBa
t\ 10 to deter- :Mr. and :Mrs Charles expeto ; This; ,..'.t Jl .' 'I"y.; September leave nl'\r"t'k for ihe ExpoitioiiTh'y ; ?""" Tn' $i""". I TTR'"Nr: :;: <*!. ,': \-r': l ill" n"a"tlnf ['i '111.\' ('(,fl11iSS.c.1. : necessary to satisfy paid decree

..her certain territory. des- %wi! be !:tn.a coupl" of week 1 111' !." '';; 11 :\.j 1'). 1 :, ,< ,::. r.".:). !1in'. i I v.v :5 p.v p' P'!\ ':' 0 r .-. _',I.I: : ( "J'iL :; r:',!'; 1 ".- 3ml costs. JOSEPH BELL
t. I : { ,' :'i .. : '!
board fo i.- ; : :
.. ." nettion! before the \. .. BarmVa' : : \ <"'; n '* li 0' ; tax school\ _ __ ____ ---- -- ------- --- --- .
n
-.uade special -_---- E. BIGGS, ,-!(i.
.
; : ,'
'ttjl:11 and to elect three trusTand Mn BB B( MBB* BiIrregularity > Complainant's. Solicitor.Of .
millage to of life in meals in sleeping hours, tj .. "
of ,
rate department ,
(:* the is bad in every ..t
collected. of womanly habit. Not only is it a sign of :l "TICE l
i.n. .ui.l! but especially when it is a question I ".
nasurer's report was approve will dangerous troubles, because of Application-for Permit Sell Liquors
Tft< A female disease, but, unless cured, it cause to
fows: Wines and Beer.

c.from last report. .- .$ -. t the poisons thus allowed to remain in the system.If Whereas, Ocala House Wine Room

pal trom C.: L. Carney. .I you suffer in this way, get a bottle of bv H. Williams Manager, has filed

Rcd . . G, 411N'd with the Board of County Commls.oners -
j9ot
H'JtJil.Y < for Marion County, Florida

'lr4l11l E. L. Carney, :*- application for permit to sell liq -

t"". . . . .H IIt Wine of CardulS :ors. wines and beer in Election

1iOPS state uniform BGad I'-trict: No. one of said County and
from

Re0ll:chut"fleed . . . 7-l Srare may; any show citizen cause of such, if any election there disTICT be-

trom A. C. Croom, tax 2l.9ty Lucinda Johnson cf Fish Cretk. Wis., vrites "I suffered fr fourteen ((14) years with Irregularity at the meeting of the Board to be 1

Mrs. cared. At all druggists, in $1 Dotu* iild Tuesday the 3rd day of Sep- ,
i on
and am ,
taleS causing great pain. At last I tried Cardui, now such permit should
t-mber next. why
Book for Women. If you led Medical!
.$e"s.' Write tOt1.1y for A free copy (Of \auibe6Vt! aee tllcstrate sent In pwn liealeel"ejo be granted. S. T. SISTRUNK.
. stating age. and reply ill e not

Disbursed) Total' receipts during .July.. . 1 _,n. : J-23 WRITE- -US A LETTER AJn.e.j.i."tSS:desJ1t.u.1.es:! Uvisoo.your 1ir.PtOOS.Dept. The Chattaaoogi iIT MeAdne Co.. Chattanooga.- Tenn..---- ''i Clerk sioners.of the Marion Board County of County, Florida.Commis S.!

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Three, Hundred Day Times in One " !" " 1 " " ;" ,," " " " "" ,," ''f1 2

ha\-'
In Bohemia women ta\pajer&
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the municipalote on the same; turn- .
as men, but they must cast it i II v
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proxy. Louisiana is the only one ot t -
the United States that prouder for ..-4...
a proxy vote by women, and tin in-1. -- ---
Of Louisiana more court eon- 1 than

\ women those ot tax-payers Bohemia a vote when on they q lit>"1 sa\iUIl-.' n 1 11 : BROTHER : 3.

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i1
of local taxation, left each woman U b' A BR. ;'f"I & ... 16

option of casting her vote in ptrso.i:! I -........----- f!) 1!. 111 -' 1t, '
or by proxy, as she chose. The IK!a
was given in 1J>98. and the HIM "i! ,' tl
v. portant election under it took plac" LlE'SALIE !!
r'" \, coon after, when New Orleans \o.o
,,,. the question of a special tax 1t'ti 1 :\ t
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for improved sewerage and dr.uinu" Gta--' --.cJ--
and a pure water supply. The W'llldl
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r'f: carried the day for the mpiomentfc. I )\ IfII--
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; It was found that HUM ..1't --- -
: G0
t'. G them preferred to vote in person, but ;t ,
.'. '.'" Miss Kate M. Gordon, president\ of'i i .-. "'Gell
'- /'
; '
.J"" the Women's Sewerage and ]traina::.' x
,, ; i : vac NEED OF L == ;
r'. League collected proxies from about i i3'Mi E E *s E WHEN IN ...
+ ;ood but timid ladies who shrank,i' .
rL t>- : .. 1
'r from going to the polls, and cast then. i l --- .
1 \. votes herself. She is believed to l hIJ' --- -..
the duly person in the United Srat,- : --- '

t'.,.1, who *-\PI' voted, I legitimated I s<-\".'rat; ).)1, ----- i1NIN1.Ne.NNN.ONII6.ON4.1e111S11N'0101..00.114e.1/1..1.1.Ni..111...NIe01119010N....'N111..011....00..NIN11... -a.... 1
," hundred 1 tunes in one day.. Miss (Gordon ; l
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t* coiie-ponding, I secretary of tinNaion.tl .' CI '
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J Vni'Mi.tn Woman StifFi !i-i i -
A )Ci' :fit.[> H. r -i-ter. Miss J.'at) -- ...
t tit 11 I I I.n. .>!-ana's first woman eIII ...
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: $60.000 Cattle Deal. i I
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'Ntf',1" onsumnuted List !I, :
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j in t' MV-I-. in\ol\ini th"1! C>-- ..
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p( $1:1I'1i i: \\ !\t'r"hy 4-'") head ot: : -41
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3. ) :.t'1'' transferred ton ; i
.'.lool\l""+ 'II ti,'adia, from ;, i OIR FEED '
? s- .
II''I .
L :,1- I r"ult! t S-r, and! n. I.x -t
FortI") '' E
title a'' i,01 i he deliver! to!
her tD n -Sot) county w In-red I
U S YOU R jr
1'1' .,lie In {'Hal'11..' ounty lemporaih, and after upon. 1SEND ORDERSIJ

war .1 i.to rn. Cuban market
--- I :3
salgr' 'far' 'j art said to Ju> fOI'l -- .. ....
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cl'fent
f raT'I. whish is cnidem : .
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from 'tt hai the average pnc.' I '-G

of Myer.$la I Hrf'ft\.. t...ltI i 1 was palfc*t) t for Ih'm-I !i We have just received a car of : :

'.. t,
Two important Changes:: >fa the Jesralfratenntv .
.
,. of Tang; will woour/ this I

August week, lien li'th' Robert enter"VV'unto, Davis, partner will on I RED ROCK GINGER ALE I I Ir

hIp with Col :Mattfl Mai-fariane, Ii ,
Kenneth I.. :McKay, who"has been fo of' .
E : r- In Pints and Quarts -
a tong time the partner of Col. Mac' :

Wall far-lane in the will practice unite with of the Cok profession John. I I ; Lemo Lime and

of law.Judge ,, I .. Root Beers l i.

.
Lindsey on Woman '

A good deal of comment has been \ \ Send orders. !Price and } .
up by the statement made \1.\' I ttli- us your $9.00 $ 1000 per cask, : -Jl,

JfJ'ftlrft'd Lindsay of the Denver jineni'e! .-- .. *. -_-_-\ tItlr
in his recent chautauqua ad.
t .. tress that political affair in Coinddo t"
are very corrupt and erowinsrnaore FranCO- lnerican also *

,_J due 90 to Some equal people sufTrage.claim but that.T'II thIs l l-t<-'j I I SoupsJ, Canlpbell's and Sohiffiluol'sE .

: Lindsey himself does not tKnko II
Oa the contrary, he: writes: "\\ hil.! '
many bad men have been eleevil i in 3

spite ivot been of. woman elected suffrage.because of theha womanenffrage. ;\'" CHASE & SANBORN'S I Ii. 1 14J

> If the women alone had a it:
'" '
''f'Ote. it would result in a class" of n;mla : : -
public office whose; character leutaontlity. "L -t." : iI !
!!> :ie .. __ '.
.
honesty and '. :
courage w0I1 ,1
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to of a' much higher order Nmet\'_ ... .
'
>- /to TLs AN :
tape per cent of our election fran,Npere -- .*. COFFE-S .
\ committed by men. without :TI\' 42>L 31P 1'.1

; 'vromen.ajuiotance.. direct or indirect. from (tJ--- .. .: ..... ."
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r ) .....

,1' l,"A New A York Big letter Locomotive.says that tin ",: I TETLEY'S TEAS in packages and in J JIb caddies. 4 <

&i("t steam locomotive in the wor!,i it I .. ,
about to be turned out from ''lit l '; ....... ....*

t'; ErIe company plant railroad.of the at Schenectady American ,Loconio fur :r lu:1: !I I E- i \ Jello, and Jello Ice Cream Powder 13I j I ci


.
It will haul on grades a train oi'' '
loaded cars a mile and a half !lot :: -

ti Without 413.IHH the pounds.aid of helpers.The engine Its we i is:ah i c cIt I I: :E i \: -oker's Oat Meal i I

reality two engines under one boil<- : I
has four cylinders. The engine. i- : 4 I:: : 36 2-Pound Packages to Case :l
designed for pusher services anil! wi1 j]; : .
:I :: --4
operate on the Susquehanna and G'lf: j :


t I I Summit Pass.Mrs. Peary's Felly.Mrs. I Hunt Club and Florida Emblem Cjo'al's 1 --4f

/ Roben E. Peary, wife of tK: : t
"
Polar explorer, has announced! \:er i v,' LJ -4'-
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.
; tendon of remaining all winter ;1'I __ ____ ,
Eagle Island, their SUltUl1er, ho: :.,. -- -
,> r and foregoing all social engagtl1h.ItI -.
>;-' ,. I Eagle Island is a bleak rockY. k I : E i Orders filled promptly Prices equal to j -
land in Casco any
f s bay and four n1:lt's! 11'.1" |
to sea Mrs. Peary's two chihrt'e ,
L
t I Mane aged 11. and R,-'htt..l:-.. a::. ': f We want your business, so let us have it r
f ; : 9. will remain with her Tn' 01;; tom-- .
i "....... .
other inhabitants of the Man 'Yl!:! I" .

tl'
I :Mrs his Peary family.hadjjfttei", c, :I ',) ---- 'slaosooNa.N.N.4(...1....IIN..11++. }
i Florida and t'njoy,1'; : __
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fruit and flowers -t
tt ,
: !f we are going: to i rne ,>. 'i. >.::: '
for governor, why not hujVh'he : /--D
is hot stuff and the genuine ariroC'aa ]. >- I
I Banner. 1
,
n : Hush, man, don't you knows bo,..':)I-- ;' \
h n _' couldn't be spared from his tremon-' : ,... \
'dous responsibilities as state printer! .
,. to :attend to the trivial duties of COf:
"1 41 Tea Escambia tt;
County Proh;bitio"! C FLORIDA
League has been organized: at Pens: c: --'
coo and the league will proceed to -
; l wage war on the saloons by petit in .' IIf -- ....... .

f t fas wet the and county dry commissioners election. to calla '!!III 4(1 ,eeaeeee1eeeeeeeeeeaaweeeeeeueiaeiea..." .. .,.,." ,.," E3r \


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