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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 23, 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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I The question! as to who shall be tin : Shady nook

t ... (, One of the; Best in tie County : next governor of Florida i is an inter- i Rustic seat;

XYAL'S : e-ting one, and therefore should demand i Babbling brook
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,, of the candidates an expressionof : Maiden sw<>*'t.
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Will open September 2 Tribute to Its eachers---It is Near ; their views on all important matters Gown of ta.-ti1,

jr1 V. i AHurn i F : affecting the interest? of the eom- Coat of tan.

Ii Z l Eii io J On To the Hearts of the People of Belleview-A College I monwealth. The views of no sand : All mere wa>;e,

AV jjoj t .\ : : Once Planned for Belleview I date should remain in doubt. I Nary man.

.. : There is no good mason: that v.tcan
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1 imagine why any man who aiiir tc IV moon.

: : 50 Cents a Bottle : t-: ,.-- --, --- .. I be governor should, seek to <]iiiui.t. : ,\'.. -; that hi-!

+. !!, -r"l 1 his \j..w"; on any IIHt.ti'1! : anVctins: ;: ,I :' \<.. ilune.ome .
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> T,1 I pt-ople want to know. and 'I1- 1' : ]loo--. -

.e T. ,! base a lii'lst to d!-'grand ,r: .11! ''; ,!:\ s.: of p'tr! :,

i Ii .., : : cal 1n:-'\'f'r ro all 'in"'i.\ )'!, 'If>! *> :: \\. :. the :n-J

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,L\ : iii I .' ten'o:; t'lt'1d: \ th' 'iin--t'- .i'. .' The L"11it of Life

,, "J" I dNp.r.! oi' .1::I'u,rou. late; L, r :1' The 1.1-! -I'-nt t"r < ;scion

ii Prescriptions Prepared Proper y : 11J t J.jC: y" not s.t' 'y V tni.t-1,!. are i ..Mus in *' > Ju;;iou!
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the int"r\--ts lj( < canno': : at I
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ford to withhold an > : :

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nt thfiri>\vs. i rod, that determines its duration,

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want a candidate for o'.t'rn.'r who.imtH ,
be
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decade cannot too strongly urged;
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b "Ih.i { 1 ;IT .;rity is above] reproachbo j is; carelessness then being fatal to lon-

i II ; \/1 : IJ\ItI. ; 4 not: afraid to :;ivo ('\rt'"ion to his- gevity. Nature's best helper after 50
t. \ r i' lt: I is Electric Bitters the scientific ton
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character
) whose
hone.st thought :i
PEAKING\ OF SHOES.. I tt :: .ot 1i L'I. .; :t i ic medicine that revitalizes every organ -
C'ol.fi-
) II : i -uch as to inspire universal .. of the body. Guaranteed by Ty
r :; : / \ '!"'iict' They _do not want. nor is il dings & Co., druggists. SOc. x

",,<. :1:1'l { '\ II ;heir thaT th"y will consent 10 have

Tis a praiseworthy faitk.9 ( I I II !r ,: ... u' ,! :, ,.... I I a candidate >\ho.-.' position) is equivocal In Loving MemoryOf

To tit feet I : I -.'.., '. l II i.l :nr on any question.All Baby Claude Wilson. born April
anybody's ,
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H !, Ii/",;. _",: ;-J <-", ,."' >-' :-'. ', l ''. I that class of office-seekers who 30, 1JtI6. died July 24, 1907, at Grin -r
And it ...,
do neat .
i..... r'i. '. tf .' .t;':'; :1\- afraid of sentiment honestly Farm. Our sympathy is extended to
\ public
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t With the prope wear; : I expressed, who present their: the bereaved parents, and may GoJ

: i iI 1' BELLEVIEW SCHOOL BUILDING: claims in a crepuseulous manner in bless them may' they be comforted
Yet do with
so
we ease
> .._ i dieative of affiliation with- the organized with the blessed assurance that their
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And our customers we please. : T cabal should be sat upon by the little one is now at rest. But cheer

th't I I honest masses. This state has hat! them as we may, offer consolation the
I N ir I School! That muiM: :; >r enough and more than enough best we can,
For xve deal I strictly; on the "" ul re" : word that set part-in to thinkii:&'- front tint Scripture, and I alung: for dine that kind of politics. such deep sorrow. God alone can

and too, nr iba : for the day's work,
sC working matter nii i \ inspiration The organization and principles ol comfort their aching hearts.

> 'I he youn rst
ilition for the first day. that Ik: mo-st unruly learned to I tudy permitted to he made playthings ol" We saw our little Claude die;
The Marion Shoe Go. : School! The their teachers, ,while twilling I
I magic word that bring to please I by a few men. The democrats o1: Then we laid beneath the sod
\iMons i of toil, study, pleasure, hooknt'w ones made most: remarkable I
Florida should emerge from the nn : The little one we gave to Quo!i.
J. Meffert D. B. Mayo.) j i
M.
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( 1 \ teachers and a thousand and headway in their studies, with the i re- into which they have fallen and place

BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. Ii onerratic notions to the minds of suit that the past term of school was themselves upon that broad.. solid I In[ the fifteenth month of his life

OCALA, FLORIDA the stirs them about of the successful in its hi:;-
< young and start one most : life
this
I IL road which will lead the party to sue i Little Claude gave up ;
them in quest of last year's books tory, and many were the regrets expressed : -
: the God to dwell
AuD I "g w.AJM.. .:. J. I t cess upon the basis of principle He has gone with
ami l wondering how we will like the when these two modest you primary. Who doeth all things well.

new teachers. i i ladies announced that they, for pesonal I
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them: were the late D. R. Dana, Wm i The little one we did a.doreI -
1 the trustees the three : another term. The love and i
busy past t 01 accept
I Fox, Rev. Hallock. Rev. T. II. Rouse We cannot see him any more;
four months, the affection of the pupils follow the I
looking
country ove
From the Beginning I John Dunn, A. H. Brown, R. C. Ridge I We hope that we will meet some day
for suitable teachers to instruct the and will live in their memory for
and many others of the old time When all pain has passed away.
January 17, 1897, we have made it a fundamental rule, that young ideas how to shoot. consuming i years to come.

all depositors and correspondents, whether their accounts are much of their valuable time contending I The trustees, after an expenditui I guard. little has alJorei -
Fates and freaks weather, coupled Our darling gone
large or small, should be accredited the same uniform with all kinds of difficulties in securing much time and investigation, hav' I did love-
lof with removals, put the enterprise i Little Claude we so
and unvarying courtesy and that their instructions and inter the best talent that the limit secured the services of Miss Cora
the
.. out of business, and it is doubtful 11 We hope we'll meet beyond gates
(... ests be given the same careful attention. All business apart amount of money at their commas< Murray, an experienced teacher, for one dozen persons now living ever Where now we know our darling

, from the usual routine has the personal attention of Mr. Mun- will get. To them the holders of ,a principal, who comes highly recoi I thought of it until this mention. waits. .

roe or Mr. Chambliss, thus insuring prompt execution of any very thankless task, the word, school mended from Tignall, Ga., and other I And thus it goes. BABY. W. L. M.

special or urgent business.Munroe i! brings anxiety, care and sometime places, and Miss Shelton Souter of Griner Farm Fla., Aug. 19, 1907.

much thoughtless criticism. : Sparr, Fla., as assistant. THE PRIMARY SYSTEMWe

: & Chambliss ,And speaking of schools, remind I These two ladies are experience* HAD AN AWFUL TIME

, liAXKKIiS, us that the Belleview school term bgins I have gained the love and esteem of with our esteemed contemporary -
agree
: OCALA, FLORIDA } Monday, September 2, and that I: pupils and patrons in previous field the Ocala Evening Star,, I But Chamberlain's CoKc. Cholera and

( __ ,. the children of this district enjoy the> 10f labor, and it is hoped that all wiII that the arguments in favor of the primary Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him"It
I
, privilege! of being taught in one of join hand in welcome co-operation to system are stronger than those is with pleasure that I give you

,- -- the finest school buildings possesses make this, the coming school yea ; this unsolicited testimonial. About a
used those
against it, and we have arguments i year ago when I had a severe case
; I I by any small town in the state. one of use most successful in the his-: repeatedly. In theory it is. of measles I got caught out in a hard

11 The founders of the town of Belle tory of fie: school. excellent, but in practice it closes the ; rain and hte measles settled in my
,
LANG Ocala Flu ,view hack in 84, realizing the importance Let us :>e not too quick to judge. Remember < out and confers its blessings stomach and bowels. I had an awful
: Sold by KNIGHT I poor man time and had 1 it not been for the use
of education erected what was that your angels are not ai on the rich man. The Star says: : of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and

that drives by I i then one of the finest school building! gels to others, but just common little "We do not think that the poverty i Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have
You see these words on nearly every wagon your cut of which is full of mischief and trouble, but few hours longer,
in the state, a reproduced children of worthy man is a bar to his becoming possibly lived a *
any
the same could be said of Carriages, Buggies and Harness. I thanks to this remedy I am now
door, and above. Standing just to the just like you used to be. Keeping this candidate. Indeed, if he has but
for this-and there is-a good one: When we a ; strong and well. I have written the
There must be a reason I west of Lake Lillian surrounded bj in mind, give the teachers and trustees all the other virtues the people require gratitude and
with the people of this vicinity we decided to I above through simple
began doing business The resultis oak and pine trees, on a very desirable your moral support, and make it will be a powerful argumentin I I[ shall always speak a good word for
that would need no apology.
handle only a line of goods piece of land, is the pride of Belle your complaints to the proper parties his favor if he goes before them this rpmedv.-Sam II. Gwin Concord -
already. We reasoned that we could not afford to handle is i in Ga. For sale by all druggists x
child I
apparent riew--our school house-capable of Remember when your with his bare hands, telling them he

the Shears, Sawbuck & Co.'s, or mail order house quality of goods, accommodating nearly one hundred I school it is in charge of the teacher has not a dollar to influence a vote.:'
and not with customers a I Death of An Old PatriarchRev.
with neighbors '
as we must do business our children; has very high ceilings, plas and trustees, and is subject to their How is tbis man to pay his assessment
lines have been carefully selected. Our I John C. Ley, known as the ap-
thousand miles distant. .Our ered: walls, neatly kept interior and direction and discipline and that no of two hundred and fifty dol- triarch of Methodism in Florida, died

interior a large school bell all showing favoritism can be shown. Remembe i lIars into the hands of the state committee :

WHITE HICKORY FARM AND TURPENTINE the untiring zeal of past boards ol this, and work to the upbuilding of before he can have his name at his late residence in lIe Jacksonvilleon was q
:Monday afternoon.
I local trustees, whose work has beer I Belleview and its school by giving II placed on the official ballot providinghe i
the Ocala circuit : -
r WAGONS .* years old. He was on
f J assumed by the present board of trus I your quiet support to the school: work is a candidate for governor? How I and
J more than,5ft y years aeo
full line of tt't''i. consisting of Messrs. E. A. Poly ]. : and those who are serving you, giving is he to railroad fare from Pen-
are built and sold on honor. We carry a I | pay was an able preacher and a wortl v
i R. C. Ridge and Amos L. Nott you their time without prica or monfey '!sacola to Key West How is he to I II cf
"oltem niscenc(
wrote *
He
man.
1 t EVERYTHING IN VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIESWe r I who have worked unceasingly to give simply! from a sense of duty and ;I pay his sleeping car fare How is ; Methodism in Florida" which waa

3elle\iew a good school in all re Ii love to the children. he to buy his postage stamps! in order I entertaining ru'-

have HARNESS for the Florida mule as well as for the $1000 f I ipecrs. and to keep it up to the stand Here is success to the teachers: and to distribute his literature How is I most interesting and,

t in our lines and we assure you that we will Messrs. school Mr. E. A Poliy ume.
driver. See us for anything tl trd set by their predt cessors ; to 'he trustees. he to have his literature printed Say ,

strive to please you and "make good" Yours very truly, J. N. Shedd. J. A. Freeman and J. L. o Mr. R. C. Ridge and Mr. Amos LXott. what you please, argue as you may, \ c A Bachelor MaidA

i \iVhisenant, ably assisted by that vet for the coming school year oU i in a primary campaign the poor man
KNIGHT & LANG. i !bachelor maid in I-i'.i 71ia.. ,
Ii iI I ran school teach Prof. P. Wil.oiiJreen ] '.7-v :! is eliminated. In a primary canvasswe I

_ .. I who forseven: or eight: year. Ar..l talking about schools, how repeat that it "Takes money to : of age, who object to !I". 0 caM':

I II ably seconded by his assistants. ,'.!- : n\iny: resi'len's of Belleview know 01 : make the mare go." We wish it were an old maid, and who heen: t -a' '.!'

Bacon The Tallahassee Sun gave Editor I ected the management of the school i remember of the narrow escape thi i otherwise. But we cannot see howanronc I ing more than half a cru'iry, ha th ; ,

'.'it'5 Hams and Breakfast and endeared himself to the pupils as town had from bfing made a seat oilearning :f can close his eyes to this self I ,
:
loxuriu >
another
ills the 0. K. Stovall of the Tribune opportunity l to say about men and other
1' very fine. Phone ; well as to the parents of this district ; of the advanced kind some evident fact. i
X to sue for libel in its last issue.
{ '\I\'t'ry. these by the unceasing care and diligence i eighteen years ago? Our memory carries I things:
L'Engle evidently enjoys court I
with which he applied himself to the j us back some seventeen or eighteen "I began teaching in the days w bn
ly suits.-Wauchula Telegram.In is expression as old as the race. No I
; John Sharpe. Williams, in dicuSSI I I, ask of gaining the affections of his .! years, to the time when Belle[ doubt an the rising and setting of the teaching was the only profession a


I Mississippi sena- I and then driving the prin- had a class of citizens that any I woman was allowed to enter with tV!l
U. "sult of the 0. pupils first I view sun is the most regular performance
:MC I! a speech at Columbus, on I I .
declared: "Thank pies of education home with a firm, j town might be proud of, and who are in the universe, unless it is the ac- I Ii consent of her relatives. I was away
riul primaries, :Mr. Taft candidate for i iI i
; Monday night I bowels when ':
i it loving hand, and entering into all the I remembered with love and respect tc i Hon of the liver and I II of two alternatives left for a scho
I foueht a clean fight and kept the presidential nomination by the i i regulated with Dr. King's New Life I II bachelor
I 1.0,1. !I ports and games of the children with : this day. Among them were some & Co. ;ma'am, I chose to remain a
faith republican party, sounded- the "key! i Pills. Guaranteed by Tydings I
democratic call
i h' faith; the old a boyisb enthusiasm that will live inthe I bright and progressive spirits thai 25c. x Iii girl. I don't allow anyone to mean
His
and mobra'Y. note" of the campaign. speech I have never had a love
'old maid.
school of learn
midway between plutocracy memory of his pupils for years tococe. figured an advanced
; Thank God again that I was makes nearly two pages of the Times- 1 [ng would do much to advance the material Hon. John S. Beard of Pensacolasays affair. I am not a man hater. I
I
,J to preach the doctrine Union. Professor Green, upon retiring from I prosperity of Belleview, and the that he feels reasonably certainof think them very necessary at times,

, s'rong enough and not mutual mercantile and other combinations he management of our school, was I Belleview College of Florida was organized his nomination for United States but I regard them in the light of a
"Cf mutual helpfulness If
, succeeded by Tallulah DePass, ; with an executive committee senator in the primary election next luxury. I never'just exactly felt thatI

, hate on earth. are unlawful on the ground of I (daughter one of the most eminent consisting of Professor Bush (now deceased year. could afford to support myself and

. -restraint of trade," what would be I II lethodist: divines of the South, andllately ), as chairman, Major Strong, one, too."

II :\1 rs. George Davis and at children Lake I said of the combining of one or two i deceased), ably assisted by)11S5 :Mr. Tyler, Charles Trask and Hezekiah -:I The Georgia legislature has ad-

, joined too "Ocala colony" its delIghtful federal office holders and controllingthe Bessie M. Mimes, (lately married Butterworth, (now deceased);;: journed. It was the most remarkable The great phosphate' elevators at

Weir yesterday, and will enjoy estimable board of trustees, some oj legislative body that has assembled In Fernandina were burned on the
weeks. politics of a state so far as it re to one of Marion county's also a
, pleasures for several have since died and other:; state since the formation of the morning of the lath and at one time
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will be lates to the distribution cf the federal citizens). These two girls grasping I shorn \any
soon threatened.
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ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. Dr. H. G. Spooner, who is spending; .1 Young Men's Anti-Saloon League 1o'otcctmtoves

thesummer on his beautiful place 01 aj j Last night at the Methodist church, \\en0\\

Lake Weir and thinks it is in response to notices through tbe \ U tS \\\t
and Mrs. M. Handelsman. on entitle'S \
t 35th street have as their guests Mr. i i to all the praise it is recei\" : '. press and otherwise. a goodly number \\\\ Ul'CSn \\ tt1.10e.et

among the visitors to Ocala Wednes,- of the young men of the city met
and Mrs. O.V.. Tompkins and Mr. I' \ \O\\\\ ..
day. I with a view of organizing an anu-sa- G1o.s
Monroe of Ocala Fla Times-Herald, im\\
i loon league. to be composed of thee \\mu\t'a\\\\9
New York. .
:Mr. Thomas H. Harris, a son of th younger men of the community

distinguished and talented editor of cannot or do not vote. Upon request: ; \t\ \\n VS Q' (lCCQ j ji
Mr. P. V. Leavengood was so indisposed : c i
I the Ocala Banner, and who is one of I for information as to the purpose and
yesterday that he was unable to t !
the rising: young men of that thriving aim of such an organization, W. D
be at his post of duty. CoUe
I town, is in the city and is a gue tCarn.t ;,| Rev. R. \'. Atkisson, W. L. Di :i l j nu .

!iat! the Aragon Hotel.-Jacksonville i:, and Edwin Jr. '
to Spencer, made appropriate I
A wire received in this city yesterfrom If
i f! Pied-
:Metropolis. -' talks. The work was then j in the famous
day Mr. David S. Woodrow sta- : crown
I II
I .1* Mrs. Woodrow had been sub- II I launched by electing a temporary !; Three ways are used by farmers Lon requires and takes less ,
I Mr.I C. A. B. Tic, one of the valued I president, and! ward hu regIOn,
secretary
'' .! Mirgical operation and that tobacco
f sfar and preparingtheir in
;,id been most successful l l'I attaches of this office is spending a !tiers as follows: Edwin Spencer, pre a i!!t curing sweetening than tobacco grown

t "!1" prospects for her recovr fortnight in the good old Mate of f i I idem; W. H. Wilson secretary; R. B._ for the market ; namely sun sectIOn of the United States

"!'y uHt indeed. This rry !I North Carolina and writes an antes r' i Zachary. first' ward: H. A. Cole, sec," cured air cured and Hue cured. any other stimulating
raining descriptive letter of that: wholesome ,
i and ward Peter Mclntosh. third and has a ,
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beautiful s, ctiua. It will be found i in i The old and cheap is satisfies
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., .. I ward'; :\. C, Glover. fourth ward. The way tobacco taste that
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I 1 I another column.Mr. ? Ii i i;ward hustlers a I'tto interview all: the:: ,: cured ; the later discovery and improved juicy That's why chewers V

:. : Y: rs. : .\ Martin of this I j youn men of their respective ward is called flue cured. tobacco hunger.
G. R. Keenly of Anthony was i way
I : .t .' :It'The week! and enroll them! a- !memberif posble. Schnapps, because Schnapps

,- -U' i' !Ciro;i .. J in to see us \YeJm-sday. He ha- -: A m-o-"'jn. .* called:] for Tae,- In flue curing the tobacco is taken prefer other ChCWlllg-
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: fur the nine months tra\el than any
1 '.:J': i i1 n pad day night. Ausju;: 'J7.: a.t the BaltitIl.lri.'h. : from the fields: and racked in barns cheers more
::1.::: in Colorado.! Arizona Iowa and* : chewers cf,
why
which time orficers and that's
/1 1I at : will be
:: : ;;/ > : and tobacco 1
I ;:ifurma for the bent-fit of his' especially built; to retain heat ,
: reiiularly! ] el-'Cte-l and a or.I ahn
:r <<1\ a< permanent the good thing ..; .i
aith.; and wlule Le liked all I
!U' toerau Schnapps pass
'. *( Wit1it ] :. : galliz! : ion lormed.! It is hoped that there subjected to a continuous high 1
-. 11"l vwell, he Flu : other chewer*
makes
more or says ,
r'ia chewer
:v iare-1 numl-er! of >oun-r. men: will ii the directone
.ca: afire: all. i i-:, the fattgem: in theiii.ie temperature, produced by that
established
::1 :: a .: at thtnt"xt Ili tugEH'ry: young the fact is ,
diadeni.! fiueshich until
i ". 'I al'1! 'I man who ai'ies his: character nwr- heat of flame heated and

'tally, thould take hand in the hti thatstimulating there are more chewers more
-:I 'd l ::III :Mr.: \ :M. Brown, the urbane tax a fig brings out in the tobacco
,, ''aaainst intn,nrality. There !is : chewed to the
I i': :i is : !power of tobacco
I o'lec!! 't Anthony, accompanied' 1 by I taste and aroma thatexpert pounds

!his n ." '' sons, was in Ocala Wedncda J-i jm pure aid: tuiblmanhood.. in states where Schnapps -,
nu : .1: :he '.' i.I i. ,. t roasting develops in greencoffee. population i
j is: \ tihere on a businessr.p !!
!i-' n : af.v' .: ., .... .. Quiet Church Wedding tobacco is sold than there are in
; i. "t.::' other things was i These similar processes giveto

t ..n-ttted 1. akt! 1.t. r.o .:. .'- having -,> '.. t ;,.ruing; done connected Wednesday erniiis: at ;5 o'clock at both tobacco and coffee the cheerthose states where Schnapps has not i

: with .- (.::." "'. He reports the condition St. Johns church. Miss Edith Mildred ; been offered to the trade.

"r: ;i".:.:':s: all to the good at An- ing and stimulating quality that popyet
v >! ,h"..n T. i. iivmaii.' : t.,r Wilson of Fort George Island was A of Schnapps is more
tbouy plug
ulan their ice.
zes use.
I. i'
i' '!> :-> \ estt'( ,; '.. ,-.'hding : .-H: >:'I.: .. Dr. < : .irant of McIntosh will sell ford Sackett of this city. i i The quality of tobacco depends economical than a much larger IOC.i .

'! :ra' !Tt. to al : : prb"u) ) ca"n.: i! of tobacco. Sold at
:! : his st 'I'.v tana; : and all his fine blooded I The ceremony was performed byi much on the curing process and the plug cheap 50C.
J 'I :da. The c : ,> .1'! June ir. :." oiI'n i i
and irradf.i stock at auction on Rev. Van Winder Shields. and \I r:. kind of soil that produces it as expert per pound in 5c. cuts. Strictly iq\ ,
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'! i't' 1l '-srs. aA H.IWS! & l'o' a- Wedn>"-.ia! > August :28.! He will also

4 : -',. : him in this humane v.uik.M.h i sell l his:: li.u-jiff., : wagons and farming j Weldom Lund presided at the organ. tests prove that this flue cured and 15 cent plugs.

\ tlf the prisoners in the Florida: l lt impteh. i.tHere is The maid of honor was Miss Ethel : :
,. t a chance to purchase -
dl.! '.-- can read air! :it i.- well 't1 ul'
? ar > ,}'n' own j price: some"err Kemps, and Miss Wilson entered with j

] \ t :.' !n1! with -.\'i I ;literati:! .' fur: fine ST K-k; He- has --me fine Jerse"imilch the matron of honor, her sister, \lrs. : lt. J. REYNOLDS .TOBACCO COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM.' X.Mrs. C. "

leis1: : [l: :!: ,)- l'lI\\ See advertisement inl Charles E. Taylor, of Ocala. 'rI
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: the 0 a':a \Vt-ekly Banner. At the chancel they were met by -

the groom and his best man Mr. Edwin ', H. G. McDaud and :Miss: :McCredie : II q r, .

\11'! !' J.r.. A ,.' !. Mil s.o it..-i the then left yesterday for St. Augustine I ,
Mr. 1.I !L Emerson, bookkeeper for Porter, and Dr. Shields read Ii I T t t hS t Jt

t in.i.i! and in;'.:... .an; busii. on the Oi;;a(::aam laundry, will remove the impressive ceremony which unit- where they will spend hte next i

1-: i"\n! acroun'. a1-1.: fat this ;1"i: j"i>'J to Gat.:: 4 il.ometime:! after Sep- ed them for life. ;: month. It is the first time that :Mrs. 'Y ..

t lid.1 1 1..0\1 a lo: ',. \\ ,-t-n the >:\,1': office tembe: 1. !u- having secured a position I.i I. The pretty bride wore a handsome :|: MeDavid has had a genuine outing iu ,Y i,., .

and the arnand,. will put up:\ v .T':. I/!." of the banks of that going-away gown of navy blue silk j:1 i several years and her friends are hoping -

stone front building and will band!'' city. M'l:'. and; :Mrs.: :; Emerson have aareat with hat to match. Her bouquet was :, she will enjoy it thoroughly.

: all sorts of plumbing and eI..l'trk; al: ILal.y friends in Ocala who will]l'of i, brides roses and ferns. ; ., J "t1" tF
GI""! Mr. L. Ballard of Cornell. with the
regret -'x : dy to see them leanGaines e. Miss Kemps was also daintily :
.. gowned and looked Northern and Southern Lumber Com
\ : "' n.a> congratulate itself \"eIjsweet.
I
:IIAnnie Hillman of Ai.ti.oh! > .. pany, was in Ocala :Monday and FIRST AND T ( I
::1 .. upon si. .rn! : :! TWO excellent citizens.!II After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. : says j I
as I, -Impping in Ocala "Monda\' I Sackett and the family and bridal that he will continue his residence at ,1 n, a
I parJ J i
I Ir I
tI i Mr.V p :Moorman: from across ty enjoyed a dainty wedding supper at : Cornell notwithstanding the burning : : 1r'S.
Mi I (t' C. Hill : S' A'iiustii,' wLo! I j of the mill, t 4
'i which however :
'I the rh : ai.t I one of the "old guard." the home of the bride's sister, :\lrs.Da"id we are .
tl' : n i io\vt! l.a'.eV..- ai.vi! .. glad to learn, will immediately be
re-
was in -ti us Wednesday.Vurl. j H Frazier Kemps on Market
t o t'l i :u. H-KT: pc :/. -in-nding! .1 n !L::e I j I street. 'I built. .! Mean S made to all who !!

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a.t'!1. i < a\\c3 a: '' i,si-: i is !. -A ;:.
left the yo
\ for
They train
the court house grounds on evening
('. .1 i t:. 1 ,is 1. 'i.-' of \i'; a:, iI i i'I i anlI: .:'Hi! sand is progressingfinely. Atlanta and other points in Georgia. 't Russia is gradually. but most thor- \ f :. J buy or wear! thei .
I' Hi-: }I' V !i.t-ai .. oughly !! ;
Ok:1 her
,1 : I rearranging military dispositions I
r Mrs. Sackett is a daughter of Mr. : | ease and durabiliry "Shield I
I a \' Hi' .. . and .. I
-a JO-.TK.: : > : and Mrs. Charles Wilson of FortGeore fortified bases in the |! >. j to the ,
t : i Sas < \ Ra'hx! :.. ;Far East as a result of the ]late war i <: nvk'oi' ? : -
ANENEROWNAND: !:: BLUE EYES" Island, and ha; a large num-
SOLD
i' .. ; ': 1 .. t her of frirH is? there and at other a< cotdnir_ TO !bare mail advices from Li" iLtc" (. t 1r TS O'ti41'

g : tt ,,, that quarter of -ht globPUBLIC *- M1 C. .
i".t: ito-r Gala: EatiserB : [OWl in the vicinity.; She is a brisrb ----- --- -- L I a' ufactursrsMclVEfl II I
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attractive >'nuug ;.irl. whom her L II
\ T T',.. 1' \t' \ tr y. if ;>eru..fcd: a c; rc/:1.: A I
J JI fen l: : uwill! wish a'i! happiness:; in the : I j

i I \I' : -, '..a'; :\r! Mr. Et :r, the wurl: ":l:.?,..,t." was iirw; luV wh.r-h! ; is ",) be Lers.Mr SALEAT i YARICN A# 1 1r
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SOii
H'' .. "" LJ! : ,,,0 c: ':.. ': :>, .= ,! i Ma
; j; I -" :: cu.ut-cion wiLC.uuK : Sakn't: is a sun: of :Mr. and Mr-.

W .!\e ., t' :::1 : a-.r.ni, ; ; !:. : ;u OLe \er;"':Sa : John Warren Sacke't of Jacksonville! McINTOSH t
t : FLA. tI
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V .:, : 1"1'i- -:. .- E.iL: :. : '
i __ _._ t PrrLay.-illt: is a j o'ins nan: of successful I
F:' .L.a r.: \l .u'u -------- ---- _. _._.. .. .
I = : e i ::>carrcji-- trans of caaracr.:r. His hundred of ='- -- ? !
\: \v'i"! ( 1'-.i the I 1 11'.1? :tH' .' u=fd by :h,..: j j.Ot":. B-ng the friends will congratulate him on winning :

I 'r": i'- f i' :s the ;r.. -:' '.. -rr.i.da: : .;,httl' vI'a St-oitish earl.! Gci-:: so charming a bride.-Sunday's WEDNESDAY'/ AUG. 28I

tu'., i ", two !!ngt'r1.i 1. ',' ,:,u ;lo like the proper use of Scotr.h rime: -rnion.lrs. ,: I '

I SE vt ; :1. ;.r ;tt'r i !..It.1:uing uL! __ehon : wo s. For instance anent eyes ) Sackett. as Miss Wilson has: I will sell Public a MACiifiY\ {

?n u ;a'or.;; L' :. !lade': t- .I'Pt'' <1 Aru,>ng mr clippings: we find the following frequently visited in Ocala as the at

and! a :-\"J't' cut %' '- t t-!: result T..t- FURNITURE
in DEALERS
: connection
(: in different-col- guest; of her sister Mrs. Taylor.
WOlin'I I MJ Copt: ored human eyes : I.I Auction all of my

"Brown. or gazt"leyes!! are the Governor Comer of Alabama will WE CARRY if

I Whtn au: editc,i enmntr} <::'l..> lilt; admired organs of sight being perhaps have the honor of dividing: ': Stock and EVERYTHING IN Till: LINK oF

I can afford to givE't: c:Iinlpane: -'.!peer (.eUdirated; for :heir luster and soft honors with Governor Glenn of North-I, farming House Furnishings -; Parlor Suits

"' business in the i.:. \paper! Imf must expression! therefore Carolina.: It looks
t are the theme of as if he is boundTO Rugs. Art Squares and
be rather in implements includ- Mattings. : In Leather Upholstered and Ree4
a fiou---'inu condir.oueuiai : pro e and poetrj. They indicate Ion: ( have a clash with some of the little ,
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It kiniicess.: merriment and un_ _r._tnt'mt'nL_____H federal judges. Bed Room Suits i]! Dining Room Suits
t \* ""tau" A:, :ion 01 "
Mcintos1.!! one Tht-ir owner are to be trusted. ing both blooded and In Mahogany, Birch, ,
J f of the best men :n Florida.! alwa\. it 1 "Blue; eye s are of two shad 5. Vio- The Charleston News and Courier Maple and Oak. Birdseye I of all kinds-Mohogany' and Oak. "

I good humor and oho distribute !I...: hI\:,>. laughing eyes are mostly ini- 'finds a great moral in the fact that I China d
: graded cattle on Crockery
bushel of sunshine wherever he U
.". was in to see us Wednesday. He light. pale blue found among :he i iI person of Joe Bailey to the United 'In all the I Complete line-DInner Sets andMission

says that Mcintosh is thrifty and I blonde type of burnanuy.! The former ;States senate. but Mississippi keeps{ them, some fine different finishes Odd Pieces

growing. : indicates gaity. benevolence, no- 'Governor Vardarnan, a Texan. at

blene... Their owners are to l lIe lots 'home." Jerseys. All
Mr. Verne Stevens, whose home i ; ed. The latter indicates avarice of my j AU Kinds of Bed and Table Linens

in Shawnee, Oklahoma: is in Ocala cruelty:! coldue.-s.; steehness. Their All those stories concerning Rockefeller and Lace Curtains, Porto

on a visit this be.It!;; his first visit owners are to be avoided." printed in the New York World horses, including one Heaters Upholstering Goods ,

since leaving us fire years ago. He "The eyes b'ocHe, blue the brown !are said to have been manufactured: Ranges Cook

.:. likes his new home and is doing well ones too. belong to you and I." 'out of whole cloth. The World is becoming of the best Saddle F'l 1'1!: Lill" ""f L ',-! //-Iat'-! Stoves

lie has a news store and several oth Seen: an oculist! for information as the more "yellow" of all the ;: ,." ) Pil.tur..s.; :: frans-: 1 anl! unfra illr'I, I. an,: F- -
I"ddin
er irons m the fire He likes" the I to which are the prize eyes. New York journals. _:\. Full stock of

t Western country'an.? its people. Anent the "unseeming hour." At Stallions in the Farm i a m Turpentine Wagons
t Buggies I Harness and Saddles
S Surce
i ,nl that hour the plea came in an obuox-: Trustworthy reports received at I, ,
ilr. T. C. Tremere. the wholesouledmerchant I ious form from "blonde blue eyes." Tangier indicate that dissentions hate State. Also Ix: ( sale of the !hest ;
fi Bug- \ t'arry the wagon or; t'arththe StutJfhak.rnd ,
<; of Dt>lle\'iew. was an Ocala i : I tell you true-through our Banner: arisen between the chiefs of the verb best line of High Grad Bua'r'sie. and t'artia.r: .. ':

,; visitor Wednesday and made this office "Soon. soon be thy heavenly boon ]tribes investing Casa Blanca and gies Wagons ;

t i a pleasant and fraternal call. He The thought that he is forgiven.:' Mogador. The reports declare that Carts j

la putting up a store building and expects : The Bible teaches "forgive that ye' 'the tribesmen are lacking in ammu I Building 1 n-" >3

I to enlarge his business the com 'be forgiven." Forgiveness was extended nition. The Threatened attack on and harness. Will t hiugi(' .: Paints orjd(
ing fall and winter. Like Casa Bianca has
Ocala
he through the same source. no: occurred. Flint
;J says that most:of the citizens of Bell "\ material Lore l Roofing :
e- ,; et; comes creeping through the also offer t
I .' view are now either at the seashore ,' grass-print, my real \\,lute Lpall Oils i

or mountain top. ;j i The human spider with its sting IT WILL. tt't1 l': I). ljf"r.\I a L a-.tll1: lull'Ill-hex. Kf(-.. .

Il '; i Golden estate. Rememberthe Hli i lV 1L t'ltitr: ran 1'a tllJ! fJ
r ; j Rod poised so high. bniL-:: 1: l., a trial."t
L Ocala notwithstanding : will
it is
fl- nut bt
'
t es it aside, and smiles her welcome > PAY'QUI utderauld and ti ilt I < 't" J
? ui
r: '.. time, is prospering more than any''I i 1
; i! "The humming-birds and bees; date Aug. 23 Mciver
: previous summer. Her growth is not j & Mackay. :;
Pure-eyed, sweet-souled and '
j L.gii
o:
confined to the laying down of pave j i j If you have en nand to sell, or if )0'are
mind"
inents either. She has a number of J 1907. Sale will -- -' _.. .1 .
.
,. buildings under course of construe ; in her beautiful cool! home beside thinking cf coming: to FlorIda begin [: Pre)!. H. Brinson Of orange -- '- j

"the I A beautiful -. j
meadow lane: i to SJril1g, sample of loiu .plt';
tion and some very nkv ones too. i t make it year home or spent the past week
10 at Dav.
.' ._..__ I If we could cast the gift of noble : at o'clock a. m.l!!! l'ona Beach: :;!I cotton is on exhibition at tt -' t'1'tn! -
: if desire a guest
{ j thought into the heart of a friend,i you to investin 'ij(nn. Ir at the Seaside j mercial Bank. This renriinls: a* that
Ksllenberger: BrillBOn
and daughter Is "
, tt ; Helen have returned from Seabreeze.Mhere I,i that would be giving as the angels.I!I : any kind cf Florida Terms made known :ii didate for superintendent a prominent can- J George Giles & Co. are .>ftrns, '11r: \
of
;I, give. Truly blessed are "brown1 IrHfruction public I j following prizes for cotton of tu-:
t i
they spent a week, stopping at I property, of this
t the llreaters.Mr. eyes. They have* the gift of gaining make a county, and will | year's growth: For the first l-ale of
of canvass I
I'd sincere friends, and that is one ofGod's : SEE OR WRITE TO day sale. :: tae campaign of the county when 'I Sea Island cotton. raised in this or
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I opens.
best gifts. It involves adjoining counties and for ;ihf
many J25
[ Thomas: II. Harris having i things, but above all the of J. I I EDWARD P. I I best bale of Sea ?J5, .
spent several days in Jacksonville: i 3 Snow power going i mm & mlreal N GUERfpL;, Mr. Hal G. Easleton of Island cotton
at Seabreete and! eujart out of one's self and seeing. also !,rJrj a visit to Ota1a. lie Tampa, is 1 for the second best bale. $la: $">" tori

1 FplasUng: amia its deU&btfttl- vrhttocaps. '- appreciating lately in another.GOLDEN, whatever is noble and i, ? ) Estate Dealers. W. E. Allen, !l !(hii'ially! tepb tQ see w his and sister niece, 1lrs.came Law up, spe-and I j j I from the largest one individual amount brought planter to 811.1 lilt f;y

La j ROD. ( Ocala, Florida j Auctioneer nann and AnSI Elizabeth, Mr. John F. I! grown by himself; $25 for the second f

> ) will be with us for some Dunn. He I: largest amount as above, and fl"' for
days.
I, the third largest amount a. -I1"I -ve!
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\U !110' 'h O ala itanil. : 1 belt a puny good han' my IJla'k A BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE UP IN THE MOUNTAINS WHO EESA DEES MAN ? NEW POSTAL CARD

; dV I 'lowed I wuz de who! '
WHY RASTUS NEVER .
: :=e.. So every Sam y night-' From J. O. LaFontisee to the Late The Hospitality Given a Banner ReState Who ea;; da man dat rula da Ian'? Description of It and Its Size Com-
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: my ole banjo an' I'd put out 1 ter Thomas H. Wallis I i ii Tedda da Roosevelt. pared With Other CardsA
An iTiginal
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Story
: Miss Sallie. Now, min' i new postal card of different design -
*"1 : YOIl "Tom" Wallis is dead. I Waynesville, X. C., Aug. 18, 19i>7.Fo j Who maka da law we ken no i ignore?:
"" II I '! I I (.III'li"fl done tole me she tub me better and a trifle shorter: than those

I i. wtiit" .*ru '"i- i \\',. dem other niggers what wuz al- One of the oldest traveling men of II' the Editor Ocala] Banner: !! Tedda da Roosevelt. now in use has been issued by the

.. :n! I'Ual I" j.: .mi' l:4.'h hangin' 'roun', an' I wuz sprit< Florida has gone to his final reward.It This is one of the greatest vacation I Who maka da talk so da trll::;' rur postoffice department. and will soon

.. .1 a.TOhb id.- broad I sashayed up ter her house one would almost require a census ol I i resentative in the Old North I away; be on sale at the Ocala: po<:office.

:II' ''['. a'< r :upon the high 1 t moonlight Satd'y night t an' the state of Florida to find a man who i spots ever. Not the crowded, sport) Who maka da peeple only two centa The card is of cream cert'.i: iper.

le I,! ("dl(.icij.z:: dat good-fer-nuthin' ole Dan I keep-you-up-till-midnight kind, like, pay. "} 1--1 by 5 1,2 in !].*:? in .-:<;'\ i-.':i.-l in
was not acquainted with honest For da mile da railrud-en
::11'I"' of the r ., faithful and friendly "Tom" Wallis. i I' ees way?
'e aid in frpintin- \\ a I er tellin' her she wuz er beauti. pastoral beauty with lofty mountain as follow? :

'I 11'1,1"1. 'r.... I It-, 11 ...- 1 J: damsel an' had eyes like a dov '. I And you could not find a man whoever ; 4]>n every side for background: i I Tedda da Roosevelt. ; The curd!! n"J..S;: thr \\.J'.,.:- Pos;;.

Ill: .- sat I in I :I "1 wuz so plum flambustigated, aTarry. !Ir. I met this genial and whole-souled i IVaynesville and I became friends at J I tal Card" in la--: 'intei'.; !V :M ". nth

("I!I'\in' ; our !p ,! I couldn't say er word. Ter.1 commercial pathmaker of a great i iI sight Representatives of some ohe ; Who claima da animal history nc i. i-' wor.l"T: :."' ace> le'',_.\\, .- fort

j.tit lit.. I',,. ':. lilrul! '\'dlitl stueho wag not his frun.lj !. i right tddress> beiu 'l. tu. 'ight'
I : jt'.; er week befo she done ki' ::;.; : leading families met me at the o a'
.1 j The last time I met "Tom" \Yalh-! I Tedda da Roosevelt.
Mid'u u i 1( SIM--' '?' I > good night at dat do' an' say swine !h.' 'iepot to invite me to share the hospitality i i I.> ". -' lert"r1 :f. ;mo -'r.r', .:1: the
was right h'-re in Fernandina. I had i' Who say ee maka eet so. een on a .
'i!'an/ \ (i. isiHoke' tl I I ter name de day nex' time shin' ; of their homes lat so man; -r i i.t. On ti ji ,t then ; ; vtits-

'II'! r' I !i.'n-; r'v' aile air I : now dar shewuz_ er lettin' dat just arri\ed. "Tom" knew me and i plunks per week), all of which I cowl night? '! S' ,ltt>ci oft:',. 1." a.i! ,it bot-
knew "Tom." As of fact I. Tedda da ROOM'vlt
matter
a
"Ihll' > 'i 'IH! d II\'- \\hn : !Y. thick-lipped black, slew-foot'' d I not accept. 1 ized up one colon r, M: "Pos-taj*' (11- Ctr T :\ot.
"Tom" Wallis was the first traveling Who say ee know I ic.cia: -: :-eat big; ,
theta i 1..1.1 ,.11011".1! ; *. \,ay: cot h--rf I jes' turned right I.porter who seemed too witless: to inlent :i-i. \seil 'it.i"! stattl'; '. .: : )111,'

.',.TH' -, I". .. 4.i l, ., .t t wi lId| | \ 'fn'ley could see me an' !il.1 man I ever met in this state. At Iht'I' a fib, and asked as to the house' I fighta I i.:' >.tKiu, !*'\ ;I': ? *ciia:' I. .. : sit!;
time of our meeting I was delivering Mucha more den da m.vi: "v :,. da history .. "
l.irm.: ,01" '. M. .')1- .'IH' \ hack l down de road ersteddyi ie represented\ He told me all h :.. :ate o; :h. h a''. and

!'i*"Id '"' i u il' i rt.tar I I gwuif It'r.lit/ eben wid dat n: papers on the streets for the Gaines knew, adding as a clincher: : "De; writa; ]1 un'. .. : '.' 'Kil: in
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vi'le Record making about two e.ntsr Who pr=;i ,'i man \'n> 'jrl! ker
Xti'l 1 I I aln o-i Itnat,: er. :rot fourteen dollars and thirty cent ila :. "
I : ;,- week and my board What paper:, I I <-'!lj\},!:v t ', '
-i1."' 'i i ', an .1 j ;'tat t ")(' v.-ry ii"niidit; I hid in del'orer '.'. ;:.th e') JaScKens: jistiridy." I allow t.l! ,; ; t ," : 1C':1: t
;,1 I could peak out of the office ilik j i T.,1J't!,! ,: SO'\ ,1 i ..
i ti- n- tt -. \ ob .le Mice. right by d. road, ..d him to carry my suit cas-1" He had i r ;,,: :nliad: : :
i !all newsboys) and circulate on tt,;\ :
v .. i 'n -t 1 unowed ,!at nk ger wiz \\"JIl.; 'I' : -.pokea tnih. The chickeus w>-re !in i it ----- .- -
(down t"rtls; !belonged l to me. I me! Who rnanvi.: ." >; r, >i.l.! nn in '.'e%. mom
"' .01 1..d!1 I !I' .' ) ,! : : T I.aon his wat.r M'" Sa'1'!: '' !-!'>n< e at breakfast fried to ;a .'
i"Tom" W night It was a rainv. (' >::d > \ ... ,
1 i ;ai>k 11. 1'1. : h* hi'1: 'I'n g win'- dar then Si!' 1 ,..' '1':nom I 'o: .,.ll : the 1 LH tdh'a::.: rut
I Viand i, d! '.n.t: ,. inuht. and l I walKt.1 f'I' T- ;-i ': tram 11:1.: I ;.. ".-.; f.,
\'h4 '' tud't I for Ion trtc. h It I r. '. ,' .V' _
'I I'.i 'i t iv ( f-r r : !l.dh! \1 rIal butter i'i'' .
ah.1t: li\ ,. I.lii,-.; lI'lJml:;; that raLI i isir'it :! I Wh -" 'a .r.; : ;. :i\-1 at "
,1t t.> I' I II. 1.1' t-,i. l | i 'r pa1', ti'i ti-ntion ter ia'! fur S.i l:" ino'ir'si 1 and tn'ira- thaT !'-'"> :..' '! ; > ; : in
I' ,., ::11':: this Ilrodu'r I of a Iii+' ',;: : \ T: :.:.' ';., ; i'Hi.
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10 ; '1"' I I"'l'!.' oho 'rav,.,! for :ill[, t'v I T- tt.t; : ton !I I' ., r ,
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.J. lil'l !| | I iu! right!! 'Y :atd'y n''rht.:: ka/e 1 r I )' much of 'nrrn ., .r .r '
.\ hid i ('(,ntaiile."nti' I 1'.11'! r') .. t
i 'M I, <" I :" I'i i.insi!1 'in Sa'd'' -. al' b)::; h r ,i j 'lr.i niiVn.le b' ra1!-;: ', ;:
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1\ .i ih I i !..':, i a! it all)!' up "'i UIM:tv T.: :' '>n. wh'w! th-' train began to a> ,
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Ro. 1 1'Vio I'Ted
{'n'11! >I< I. I :! ?r r'. t' ',' '" tlaint.v'a .; I T' > I"r .-. ,"
i ; M ii"! !1'., ::I' i. if r'iuV i I" ([ end th-1! raoitItaiuTwo! : mosulve.f :
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i I ii' .' .1' r : : li.:_:.'" .tlll.in'! dortii it' road jIii. '> ... : I k"tar:or.-, farther a third one 1l'It I ," ; ., *
r.t' :,r par.. I .tad 1 "n ,I,. I V ? I i.: 'I U: [-I( ; r ,
I 1..1 t Il' : :>> {''catcher under the rear < oacn !!
i w t- I \,1! mat pf t ::1' l'rr .; rml;, I r'I'aI:i fi'1! I t.l.a da Rn.;-, '. !!I \ ..: 'IT1Secretary :
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I I'I' ii1 al ; I 'a\ ', ',1 r ""!tin' ;h.bnrH'h er I" \ ijy!! thin dV'iil.t a ( .:!. .,e ;tare at lit. : Who poita! da liura.1 nn I u. c .: 'j '
t I n m'i.. l.tlni ; : 1 : :': !ii'-1, ." null.- ert"'t't' IJ],> sl,\' t -':ipiiiK;' of drirs a'.e::: th. train only] ; :- : ::
I a- I <'rjid 1 'j'erord': "l li t cord' : Tin'f : j rich ..
jI
,r :. II,' : "'K 1 .. .M: : it-- blip; !3UU1 an' C'ry I a1.out the t'\'I'ry-l: I ,.M/\v :{)Oi1,I .:n('d! 'o 'n''. !111. 'f h.- i.i 10 ; i I Tedda da Ro"< >- ----, --- -
i' *" 'ili i.-Il hi lit: ', mule But this brought kit!] .
t" t > n-e ->ec'h! 'r sreat ? ; no .
breath w.th:[ : tiI"'I' vnn'uot : Who cai ,:a da[ door shet: -'e.viddoo. ,. '
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I II 1y If First Ya : In't So' : fry.T
.y. I 1 jUIlIJlt'nhnr\ (1,. it ample! t:me to Mink in rhb'MMMful :: j
..:. .' II"'; : -e/ ez < 1 is gave; I '
I "' ,latsotivI'pap'! : r? 11 -. ; '.
I .. .'! .Ir.. .1 I.i.r ,:; i.t' i in,". a'T! lu in de road 'an' now 1 I'n 1 mouiiM'n: c >u..rv, which at gainI'
I ill dlmo-t it';pa.:.' 1 I.. needed! l "luf. \">' Who maka one awful ivllaballi\ '"> :.; In-: [tho'
: :late, t 'i' "i.ike > on la'iir1': : an' cr'I 1'.,' tirl" ': ,\ as aLllnt ;rand. I !
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!I" i 1..1' ; I < I Pr.'-1': :' ,
I 't c. nTS ) I replied''No : I Who say :mma day am 1. In. U.I; I: \1.1': .
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:.tt .,,' ... : "- tv>! I jii,i il!( ",' vid i I yo',: Wid dat I hi 1'v: the way the oorron fitM!
I I)1'1' ; but we clip a!! our no\\s nu: I too? '.' ,I h.f4Jt'P .
At 'I.t.\ fa/ -"i- ;T"! a ;iT: (,n his ole biz flit no-e: aou on rtrr mot al! loo,;inj;; tin,.>. At ]Law, I 'C'l1anr .
of tlv -kson\ie!! paper'and wl.a! ; TarntJra Roosevelt.Baltimore .
IlJ'! m 1 I ra'tor "
rt'1 II ','" .. ,.. III jt--' t't'r r eed d*' blood! fly. \Vo] I. .' I '>'\'. Fla. were smie, of th.' bet eon Sun ; ; .
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th.j differ('<'? I 1 '
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,. i !th '' 1'i; trues"tip '
\ n"11 ,;, =,. :1': you je<' nrtiT seed dat! fight TarhiHit ) Olden} l reminding ne of those I II
1 "Tom" bought:; : I : : d FII.'rHla. 31r: :!.l; t 'nl: Ivhelieves
yore> l.ilm L. SnllivansVt i .it home in the corn 'it-!'t of low? II
,. t '.1 :t' : I Ir' .
/1.\ I' UNCLAIMED LETTERS
Me gave me the nickel, anal:! \vn n I : firrli: in f? ; if tit
Iiit"r Harry, I wallered dat nigir I' set' l) ungs! ': ar? s n'n in most of The
,K. < 'I'aiMiK: I 1 n'-\ : :
it-Ill >
1 iiie i -
called and asked .
;'he had to something I first don! ',,11' try
.., I roun' in tat dusty road 'Lc>1l he loel: ;- 1 ron> and pro: l''riy is; :r.uch in evience. : you
I. .:1""1 v-l Fl! \ ) I
i s'-ill d i Males -' .
'::1 of my work and handed me a. again. -Ma'li "' !t ", t is' e.
41 like be bin campin' in er flour bill ; .} .
!!
*nti. .if f(, i i at- 1'llrrs.: shining silver quarter, he almost took I Bank of O("- la.i .
his life I pulled nearly all I had\ for a seat-mare part of thsay i
ate ii" t" i fit :a! !n'al !h breath. Bethea. T. H.Calniard .
mv Taft is; already using
kinks out'n his ole flat head an' It 1 i Mr. D. A. Clark. head of the firm .
WIt..' w> .1. 'n tt't life, "Take this," he said. "You have one I Eddie. i Judge Lanl i,.'* t n'> aa campaign
an' I black af Clark, Ray, Johnson Company. aMartel '
him mos' ball-b 'aded,
John mi* I t\ ould dare ,, and I appreciate it."" Davis, T. J. to
; on me "knocker.: It -AI'! add\ \ mightily;
Tell d,> : who will spend a short vacs I.
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bofe his ole white eyes. i itrufe. (
iMfii-K i-f i.i-: \ Kind vxiihoiit I1owsome'r.!: 1 I have frequently seen "Tom" Wai- Faires, Chas. Otis. Pre>, :-dur! Ron--v. ii'-! "!ni:: stick
Mister I done dat nter ion: at Hender onville.
.t !h, in from K 'ii' Harry. Faires. Chas. Otis.
t u :< : i!lis since that time and we have discussed -
Mrs. J. Palmer of Ocala is enjoying
so scanlous 1 got 'shamed er m -
hue the eaKn'! '-< of Ra<: [ the incident often.I Franklin. O. S-
the e'f. an' I lef him dar er b 'ggin'1i the delights of Waynesville.I Slates John. +++.......................
taken wins to keep I I I But "Tom" was always the same. ,
spent a day in Asheville. It i is
'buse him no mo'.
la''krr, Hut John bad ter I[ He was not pretentious; be was not I Sellers, W. L. LINE
"Y o' might not believe it. Mist not so prettily situated as Wayne, BIGGEST
and rlsuave. Smith Alford.
just hefitrf supper But he was sincere and kind. ,
Harry, but de very nE>x' week dat OJ!- i-ille. and is too much of a city tor
Ml It on the ice\<< box. I j He never lingered with the throng. Williams, Shade.
grateful\ little mink done turn rigroun' .t vacation uses. This place is IT. Th
h>' a different gurgling To him his work was next to his Williams Eddie. OFwATEI
i altitude is about WOO feet. The surrounding -
an' Dan. note his oiyes e :
'A }II' waves and turned Just marry ,; high, sincere and loving regard tort'i From Dead Letter Office I
.. I wuz swelled up yit mum de betn' scenery is extremely pretty Bell J. T.
pt> Kant us hurriedly\ i his family and he made that work '
I done gin him, but Sallie she 'lctat \,1 The town itself is clean and abound;
jut tin the t ice nox. j I count "Tom" Wallis was just as Russell, S. S.
she still got some ob dat big str: :I- '1 in most homelike homes. The peopl< Females
TiMBt* here, you rascal j much a success in business as he was
ari"intellhent and friendly, and man:;
id candy lef what I done fotch hein'
;> Anderson. Mrs. Luvie.
with
"sod bring that cup 11 in making sincere and lasting friends.
t i fisitors are enjoying its attractions
dat Dan hah all he want.
. I Nai tr>'tn : to hide It. can Florida has lost another good man. Arnold, Mrs. G. C.
t "Dat done turn me eberlastin Y 1 1 was at the top of Junaluska peal
"Y**. fir > es. Sir boss, ;.The whole state will join us in extending Belmy, Mrs. Leah.
5 i t"O feet above Florida. An
oday-
: FOR
I ain't had "
winmien an' no u: (
Kin ,
Boone Mrs. J. M. ,
ID"" jw' MMMI "z I wash dis |I heartfelt sympathy to the be- ,
miffing my lungs with ozone and fee i
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'em
er none uv st nct Bostwick, Mrs. Annie.
drunk
done reaved.-Fernandina Record.
John as if I m.ght: have some new blood iine

out-No ll',." said I, firmly "Everybody Should Know" I Fine Brood Mares. for Florida mosquitoes to pum] Boston Ceby, Orinne., Mrs. Sophia. ; l.GDEES LHD GENTLEMAN[ [ N NI

E. G. Hays, a prominent busine; s I ip when I return.
._ We have just gotten in a car load Coopley, Mrs. Ella. I
von an it i*; :: and poor of mutt Mo., "that Bucklen's Ailca Trusting that matters are running
of the finest brood mares ever brought Ella
Copeland
alternative is the and sure t
Salve quickest
other
hnvlmt no to the state, and to see them is to ad ;moobly at the Banner. I am
leallng salve ever applied to a sorE Denard, Mrs. Janie.
lr I brought the cup to me. ;'j mire them. We will sell them at Faithfully yours,
wound or to a case of pile
)urn or Edwards, Nannie.
liberal reasonable Come and and _
out a : I prices.
f.'tlM' : "ye used It, and know what I'm talng very C. A. B. TICE.
look them over at I Miss Edwards.
,
i
)art.. clip was full. about. Guaranteed by Tydln\ ;; s
:MARION FARMS STABLES, i
Eneryjer, Mary or Eneryer
Rastus. said I. t Co. druggists. 25c. x
"Now. x x Ocala. Fla. iVINSTON, BOARDMAN AND McINTOSH -
Erwing, Mrs. Salie.
know that if you were to I

Jeff Overboard Findly, Lela.
much whiskey at one POINTED PARAGRAPHS
?" Jeff: Browne is now to get a tast l" Grant, Mrs. Luvenia. I THE JEWELER.
,iuikr von drunk I special Cor. Ocala Banner:

'. /.r'. Mister Harry I ,, >f "Throe Friends" political method ;. i (From the Chicago News.) P. K. Richardson has bought the Henderson, Katie. ."1411 N.NN1e44e4.4HO
trained with them a long tin(" Lawson. Mrs. Ida.
tA Ji! rnk" I jl'* 'towed j Cold cash is a wonderful complexion Jim Cammeron home on the han
we have never quite known wh ] Mercer, Mr* Carrie.
', der ef it wuz e* good I road near the Evinston depot and
that ineneral beautifier. Mercer Mrs, Carrie.
;a "
overboard, except
i il I had de las' time we !e got i fill use it for- tenant house
/r I way we have always suppose ,d | The recording angel plays neither Monroe Lnrie. BeechNutSliced
h.-ar and dissolution came when he bega n : favorites nor long shots. Rambud. :Mrs Lela.
u. trout Tar ter I nth his family to St. Petersburg.

wouldn't think: er 0 show symptoms of wanting som>' 1 Some women never gossip-some, Mr. Willis has bought the Hough Mrs. River.Richardson.. I Bacon

i of the eleoly. deaf and dumb. Daisy R ,
'r
that is the heritage < women are
? Mr
whl"! '") i once, which formerly belonged to I
But at all events he seems \t 0 ;' Lots of men will never know whatit Stark Mr. Wil Robinson. Lidia.
"Rd'4ii' \ ,lit know i George Michigan. A,

..at,1| I M.lei-nly. but '\ lave got overboard and now the alouneement I' is to experience brain fag. is will move into his new home this Weaker, Mrs. Jarjf.Williams. Q .

"hit' ill do If you'll I of his candidacy for.. thI 10' |I He who invests money in an inn week. Carrie. .....

'IH'all.1 m\self! that tale I I I governorship is greeted by the orga n I thinks be will get more out of it. Herbert Wolfenden is now on a vis GEO. C. CROM. Postmaster Y

t.'lllnc Jim Cole the > I )f tfc* "Three Friends" with derisio I, '! A patient man can win the admiration it to his sister Mrs. P. K. Richardson i

half of ir now I he organ even going so far as to vlate i- 'of any woman-except his own wife. and will remain with them until Colonel Watterson has no patience

ave you'he morning." I the ethics that ought to obtain :o j When Adam discovered that bed he sawmill at Sampson City open with sham reforms. In the course of

an.-e in every well-balanced, wellregulateeUtorial :was shy of clothes he put on his for fall work. his speech at Lexington the other day
.tI\In"ss Mister 'I I up
'Fu' tale It wuz de [ sanctum in order to let d i thinking cap.Stepladders. :Miss Bessie McRae of this viciniq he said: "I want to live yet a little

V w trn't no ; wuz I oignancy to its satire. Mr. Brows e and alarm clocks have has taken charge of her school already longer to tell the truth and shame the

)tat lazy nigger done as well buck1", on his armor f<,r I helped lots of people to get up in the at Island Grove. We wish Miss devil, but if obscurity and adversityand ..

w!,v 1 ain't never him 1 hot conflict with his former poli tI world. Jessie success. neglect shall overtake me it willie i ii
tellin'
,,n' I Will where Jt'os' fo's oh de :al assoeiates.arke Telegraph. I You may say what you please, but :Mrs. J. A. Bouvier returned last Friday a comfort even in the valley of the i!

md de it pays better to say what pleases other ; to her home in Ocala much im shadow of death that from first to i!
natcherly I
hw I jt'IJ' the last I fought not for the speckled ( VIt11
.'t.tls(d to be The Ocala board of trade has wet
HigginsL the blue ) fixed tb. date for that "comin: Nothing jolts the average man Mr. Humphries returned" to Mcln gospels of the short-haired women
in
.rln' driver, up nit conventipn" of the candidate:.,1 quite so bard: as the attempts of a ash last week and filled the Presbyterian and the long-haired men of Babylon. trl art Ira Tai art

le war. from hough it gives out that it will tame >e homely woman to flirt with him. pulpit on Sunday. His friends, but for the simple manhood and lovely
fur
"1'o' seP, twen't to I time in October. No doubt i It About the surest way to keep your are glad to see him back and hope hewiU womanhood of Old Kentucky-newr aster as good as it looks.-.and It

/,.lks' house over will be a grand affair, but we hat E'I name before the public is to get it inscribed entirely recover from his acci new Kentucky but always and for;>\ coks very good. A delicious break-

V down de pike road.er earl of no other candidate but Ge;i. on a tombstone. lent, which he met with two months i er Old Kentucky-your birthright and ast dish, of great food value, whct-

t'other side ob de Jilchrist who exhibits any anxiety \t o When a nan tries to unlock his so. mine." i Ime all the year 'round. .Try the

Judge had de Hkelies'miles- I ;now the date.Times-Union. Ho;!1.\\ front door with a fountain pen at 2 I 'Beech-NuV'-it's different

chamber maid fur John( S. Beard was here in person t a m., there's another brain storm The Ocala Banner says the best Secretary Taft tells of Bryan's errors -

country, an' all us young We and Bryan tells of Taft's. It Is
ascertain the date and said that I:e brewing. toliucian in Florida is a woman.

shore courtin' Sallio. rould certainly be on hand. They arin 't' The energy a small boy expends in sometimes think the women of Geor, a little peculiar how plainly we seethe 0. K. GROCERYCLARK -

black rapscallion. Dan, : coming. It will be the bisse: t 8_ball game would cultivate an acre of jia could run the state better thai! mote in our neighbor's eye and

chance dan enny uv us jatherins seen in the state in man y potatoes if attached to the end of a he; nen,-ThoEasvU'e: (Ca.) Enter. cannot discover even with a micros- BROS., Props., Ocala, Fla.

ty what dem New York papers hoe handle. rise. ..'pe the bean In oar own. Phone 174.
!Pa;S.
Mpot.
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THE OCALA BANNERS HARRIS'S SPEECH AT PINE that :he \'otHOUll! i.a-.e. a !b"e"-r OJ pthe[ t benefit of all! the i-tople! : : but the'Il .": .."':,'): \t.''1.1';r"'."''-.n J.J 1
S. pt'itunitj i(> d-' ..:: :.: .-i:.sr-Tit LJ..I i iut i aid' d. as vu. al! kiievv' ir.ai: ; Mr. .If!l' ., .

.lr. Pr-V-. .. n Laii;.-. ..:i'i I .'iiV; ,.-'.. : K r i i..- :\u.i-; .,e c.:: : ,uW.M' ; 't nidliildatrs EmtJJ10f2 !trengt.: : ...
FRANK HARM'S. Eotor. nili!:::. like the rest ;of a- was:: a poor'' > Scott'.I

II' R V. L 3 "ts ..1a"aJerFtJ' : l II y<.u v.Il:! stu-o: : ti>' L.vion. ; ol ilvw.c.'l "I,it' ?' fau: ," ai-d He: ;: .
'tlan! that hf v t as acting a>
perhaps L
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\\ ,aid thus be :In by ir.crc3sing t.l' a
7 : ( ; a position to uitus-: \ moth r5
c : : if you \\ ill! study lahistory": Ii.i. : u,2P r..aa
; "Le: agent of otlurs. and. asked: that l
lire them up o!> \. ay and! jo.\n th< '
!Ijii:!. : an .. !t.'"' ::"r c-uiin'rj! : : if : ou.l. I '
.' other: and! if good u,,:-n were not selected I i J hose behind him in ins proposition : :Y erva force.
\\.l.:::: ; ui-to:1): of the United!
for office it would be because make his offer an-I have this "'.> .
j good : ... ,
s .- ,t'.1.: !.: fully! the history with the -
our people are incapaule of self-o v-t! va.-t sum placed in the treasury of the rIt It provides baby nectisa?.. t i ."
i; 'r :/ ::; > ou will make a ear n- '

il: :..- .'. ,.; of the L ':, uf \ \Jae.- .::mmen:. -i.Urand, bo distributed; : among the :f.ff! mineral food for healthy growth; :!',

,1 But what are the results! ? > to uo( and
,"., '.* ..<* LatMo'ed! their';' [ )plt as I wanted my name -

1 1 ;J .'Ilic,!; -.--.o: yon \\lll:!r' The primary eliminate the poor j i resounding down the ases along wrhjt i I &i.1;r r1, ALL DRUCOIST3: : ; 50c. AND $1.00. r +

"! manentirely] and denies him the pmi'fsp '-t I Peabody's and Montitiero's.i .i '. ,4t.
.. ui.r-r.-) !Ja.f conclude :
SOU : :
t 4ti of ffic.. i ; C t (.u- q; t) 9 :. .
c What do" 94:
yi !i. :. :. uio; u.. njl the tleSTinuch !- did )lr. Jennings ]i : : 1 y

.. It has been printed, in the nQwspaier. lIn5tt'aJ j' of paying the money into ]
:. t, '.-dl ana;;: ar! ir.c:1::;;tf.I.t ,I
,. .. ," .- of thtstate.. and so far as I know i f the treasury as he had promised he. :: -- -- -
.!. "lo. ; .l'r.; a:.': :,:i\t' } i WATTERSON NOT
hanever been denied. rhe.r'erno r actually had the Ocala Banner ct'1 1]iwith;,! a horse trader or others engaged( FOR PR'ra.,
i ; Io :, :: r..:. ; :;7i v>.<: ) .. is- Woo > i.i'.e. tirn.-'r .!

hem .. / :. p-Au-r. Brcnvard'sCiLH.iiam.::: .- cost 'him upwarIs : : ,ur H{ by his legislature for imimaunsr: j j in any other avocation. TION!

: of SJ: ,."p", + V and the details of ; that the niilnujs were behind aim ;i The Standard Oil Company pttrued -
'*t* J Dt.'r.; who ,; \ r't n-arl!ll' two (j business I
I hs:: t'xI"ns'o! :- male public. Tin3eiiuraerat. J in his pro;;.,suioa. I I this policy the same as other ColonEl Henry \',,',. .
ggt.i" ]hun ; ,->. !"- agn. a:. j: \iio, +tia- +ni.' I of it. At 11:11:
.r Bir the! Times-I"n-: > an.! !sood firms and thought nothing
":: wr.r ... \lof i'-: ;..'}-,. rt-Il.:1'd'l: :' luen < .: i.u.a"t i.-: a eharartetic: : VVt"at : : ;-. :
.. for pnn'-! so: niach: tt .. f >:dIIl.;.. :!'o'.J! Dr. Cranford, renieir.l--.d! for rujr.risiii :- 'a-r it did not think it sinful.It
-:: ; rL..- : ; ob- :" <-.:.<>n; sir:1J.lr'? with thp : : of .. i. -
J 1'1,.' ::\ : -...: IJ.Un.es CX Cl-:, ., ., wraj'pi'-! :: iid; i'a-r.ntr: so :.. .( :. fo 1 and unswerving inh'gritd',c i made me best rates it could open.-! r J ."
Tin-: I have s. -.. ai.u u-t rh! I ;'ii. .
'
E.tr ii i., .!I' ..' .' ...- ati the pn. is I'Os'as'i; u.'ich:: i'lr ad\f-rt.-.u.: : :: ;m censure.i by the same ifslsiatv.rthe: : ;| :he railroads and actually tried to ia- at Le\ii.-i, : I ll L 'In. i :. ,: ,
:I..n: :=e.f.: rev i- '. :.. jio.cs: ei.v-.j: : '. I. ..
:wLlt ,t .,.1 u.er. the ne\\-' ,J 1" r- =D mill --: icr Lot.-1-t'i.s i : : of r iie i-ensure was coi.siderably" crease its business by underselling itruntpttitors t. was t n-f.'flJ.: n t.' .
I iha\Ijr i ; eta t : \u.; a. ;iiie ven' u.:.v !} :
anl c&" .ir..o mach f'->r scndine'runner. '; !:ll\1i'! I"1. the same! as the meror -I i-n. tie r. r"l 1':1: TO r. '
i iipjiu-'r! ,i '. ,> Toi'ci., + : .. jail; <=-! .>ii: i i.- .
.' ,, .. I trThi: l irrmai'er! ct Li-ro\ I,.. t. the faruior. or those who "T.-dt1\-; Bar'of tHe !.- ,'
t'< iii .It-:,r.v U a't'-i-uh: !, :ilKtil.gi .- .!: "> :i.ff.rat: par: : .* of the: ;1 :
;.litV i.- :, a.t.i.'tr: : \.f Ill e Tu: ':':' :41 iiiza'iui. I ail .
K:::.:';.-. ikiuti.u: on and oSf the .. :s'ate coirnnsr fa"t': -\t ei.! en'- tit C. ",1 a] '-,rt.ar: I I.1" tri"n-Ij; utwarl-: -: >':.'_ :\.. V
j
I : ;' !I ,1,1 ,\ .i !: The ;;a: r>trit of $::",." f. 'f :spurns rile: ?"r.ih'.:-L !kEt> uf 'I P pn'! :,fnt rul-1: inh.)-e times iirw sotretira-j-- I 1 par-j. That tl.-- 'i .
I j I Ar a ;ia-c-r p. nod MW..aL.1 :::: : E : :
a pul>:u ,orf.if.: : or anv isle! lint:. ,hal[ !|, \\'a'-. u-.r.Ii.on.! : : 'If. ,r..1 l [tf r as "t lt' good old] ] day;:. all! :i LOC want Ma and.] :r:- : ) : ,
I (Jla.-Miie' known ...- tl.e 0.: : Mar. j
it. Ron-\t... ia-ut "I'Ui'ed in"ahY- 'I.aY5 a lar_::fly 1 h-.s sa''trthan! :: SJ".r"' "t'B'i+: relict has this i con:n.snniine: : :i !l r.id 'he same path and pursr.ed! idea- I \';o'ild not hate hii'
j Elonut-n", and w Lo.-e taLe: "''jr1-1 I to
.
lure time }UHajwood episode.: I 1 for 'Le! tim of irs i orc'ijiancv; p".tan I f-ir, The: -." '-pie of the state that I waof : ;:'aWe!'; same methods : at least i Eidentic ( ')!oDd! V.' r''L! t_ .
all the corner.of the earth and was ,
That was; his: first; great break. I everjwheie! regarded a# a sincere ami1': I \' quietus: u;)(.n the: a.bitiin: f c. n-i.r-j! <"i i >' a sorer-ien i Kiarnv! :i' "d\i i' back ar it now. that is thei ,II I not converted\ by tLMr. ". hcil .' ".

|V honest man. carted in life a Tory.: all! men who happen to bpoor.. Th et' ;,for -Ipuii; to establish.' !j jwaj it ;appear to U:. >! John Temple] GIM\- it t'.. : ".1

: J -ys that hell and Chi-j may t be honesr. thrc irabe capable. It: !has Sxed discnm.nanujate: It others! purs'ied M-ntically! th '
t ag i .a-s to themselves, and and was strongly in favor of the unification th.-y'lliay be popular, but; iu a primary': i iacainst: eery interior city in Florida: i i same merhods and are held sinless i j The "Kentucky roll! :j":" j.ra.--! .

i 11'yet : :. :- part of his time in Chi i I of church and state, je: de-1 i! election] it ia "m nt-y that makes the' i iu favor of the seaport cities and has I| why should pursuing the same meth- j horse racing. pretty women and z,M1i
voted the of his life in i '
most uppoilion : -
fad : de seems to like it. j i mare go." I:! made it impossible for any interior i j ot.

to this proposition.Mr. Take my own case a.an individualillustration i! city to come into competition with] Ii!' led by the president the people eni i i "I protest against that religion
Disreali be mentioned in
Tae sentence of "Lord" Barringtotf. may : I them. I j jI masse should refuse to give it a..I I which sands the sugar and waters the
the connection. and indeed
convicted in i St. Louis for the murder r same Some of the newspapers of the : find myself again ''hoi:t on my I "s1 flare deal. ,j i milk before it goes to us prayers I

j of James P. McCann has been commuted many of England's statesmen. state and some friends not in the | own Why make flesh of one and fowl of I protest against that morality which
Crossing over into the United Stateswe petard"I I
by Governor Folk to life imprisonment. : newspaper profession, have been partial another? Wby not feed all out of thei poses as a saint in public, to do it
find that many of her public men ] I aj
enough to suggest my name in Along with Uncle Billy Folks. an i same spoon? pleases in private.

1 started out as members of one party connection with the exalted! office of other good and devout men. I am I Let us suppose that the price of i "In my opinion that which
threw
Peter and devoted the of theirthings -
Knight i is back in the state. yet most
governor, but I have no such sum of ; partly responsible for the _feeling of I calico is 10 cents per yard. A mer- I ens Kentucky are not the '
gentleman!
I Editor L'Cngle is back, likewise Governor lives as members of some other polit-
Droward. What effect will all ical organization. money as is estimated as necessaryto | antagonism that has been aroused j l chant advertises that he has reduced, vices of the race course and the sil".v-; }

make the race hence am eliminated against the operations, sindikits the price to 9 cents per yard. board but
this have upon our diplomatic relations Benjamin F. Butler voted from first perfidy and phariseeisrn; ..
and disfranchised.No and trusses. The competitors of this merchantare 1
? to last in the Charleston convention I in public and private life. The men

for Jefferson Davis for president ; man who is at all ambitious But in trying to regulate these concerns injured in proportion as this merchant who made the blue grass famous who ..

would want to enter the campaign for by lawful methods, we had no draws trade from them tint
Artist Taylor of the Tampa Times Daniel Webster reversed himself on put the brand of glory upon its women
so higb an office and cut only a sorry idea that our efforts would take rootand the consumers of calico have been
is laid 'up with a bilious attack. Someof the tariff and Horace Greeley, who devoted its horses and its vintage were ,
figure in the race. His own self respect culminate in a wild desire to confiscate benefited to the extent of one cent on {
his cartoon victims are unkind the most of his life to the up not ashamed to'take a drink nor to
and pride of family would rebel their holdings. yard purchased by them.
aougb to say that he is always "bil building of the republican party died every lay a wager, though they paid their 1
but what is the poor man to do? We find this anomalous propositionthat I Which were better: That the few
after being defeated for pees'ent losses and understood where to draw .
J loos"d Take my own case as a further illustration the United States and the state dealers in calico be protected and the the i .
on the democratic ticket. line. They marked the distinc i
: governments make it unlawful for individuals be fixed
price and stable. or that
The citizens \YauchnIa .
will
soon Men change their party politics because
election Would it be the sensible thing to or firms to combine and fix great masses of consumers be internpenance.
vote at an to provide $15.0uo! conditions change and they see
do to mortgage the home which affords prices holding that it is "in restraint i!I fited by some progressive merchant
for the building of a new schoolhouse. from different viewpoints. ii i told what honor is. They believed, as
a shelter for the family to raise of trade," yet themselves through the'I boldly stepping into the arena and
.. That sum ought to build a TemperanceI I believe that there is such a thing as
pood school house. money to spend in a primary election.the state and interstate commissions l lowering the price
remember some years ago that a I pretending to more virtue than honest .
1 chances of which at best, wouldbe have fixed prices and made competition Well, this in a nutshell, is the sin
party of gentlemen were standing on mortals can hope to attain."I .
merely problematical in the matter of transportation of Standard Oil.
Just what sort of a newspaper did one of the sidewalks in Ocala. and incidentally want to warn our people againstthe

Editor Bittinger edit in North Carolina began to discuss the barroom Would it be sensible for me to mort- impossible. I It, perhaps, injured a few of its intrusion of certain 'isms.' which ",
I
the printing office on whichde The recent fine of the Standard Oil 1
anyway? Don't produce the issue which was then prettyrocky gage l competitors in the same line of bull describe themselves res' y
j pends the bread and butter for the Company by Judge Kennesaw Mountain as ro J
files on him, please. ] ness with it, but has conferred a ben
in our city. and muster under the standard' of
I 1 family? So what is the poor man to Landis was a long stNp in the direction efit on every family who have consumed -jJ;
As a result of that conversation a what they call 'God and moraift: :' -
Even if Mr. Rockefeller had succeeded c do in the face of the enormous of confiscation and falls with a gallon or a quart of its product.
"wet" and "dry" election followed. but which fifty
eXPE'n-1 I years ago went by avery
in finding a hair restorer, thatrecent c dilutes that a primary crushing effect upon the state of Flor It stands to reason that if it has
It perhaps. the fiercest
I was. waged i I ida. different name-'isms' which
fine would have snatched him .c quires? driven out competition on account ofa
I campaign ever witnessed in :Marion I I take their spirit from Cotton Slather, '
Is he debarred'from Anticipating this and other
i effectually
bald-headed: again Atlanta Journal. not as unfriendly reduction of the price that the con-
county. and the county was carried! i not from Jesus Christ; isms,' which.
i 1[ the struggle fora public office legislation Mr. Henry :\1.1 sumer must have received the bene

Judge Landis was formerly an office "dry" by a very handsome majority. as if there were a sraute against t I Flasler. next to :Mr. Rockefeller! the I fit of the reduction. where they cannot rule, would burnt :

holder under Cleveland. Wonder i Those gentlemen were Mr. Rohr 1 him? I i i I largest holder of Standard Oil stock This is the sin of Standard Oil. the stake: 'isms' which embrace '

I! L. Anderson( Mr Robert A. Burford Now if the has curtailed! his train service I the sum of all fanaticism! and intolerance
he didn't
make the standard's tine i' conn'ntionsystem was! I! on the J The government commissioner has

payable in gold.-Atlanta Constitution. i I i '.an'} your humble :speaker. i in vogue: with this county solidly for-East, Coast railway. has closed the!''just; made a report which has been proposing that instead of the j

;! The two first named gentlemen did me. possibly I might obtain the non I railway shops at St. Augustine and i made public! and he says that the I.rich rid blood of Virginia: ice water ">

1 I it the oratorical stunts and tbe last j nation for this alluring office with j j has ceased all work on the extension i Standard Oil Company fixes the .shall: flow through tbperns of the
price
It is said that clothes: do not make ; named reported( their speeches for very htt'e: cost, but as the primarysystem | of -his road to Key West. :''of oil not only in this but !, 1 I"-OIH] : ':.sus'which:; in one word. |

the man but let the best man in the ;!i ir]publication. H fixed and revocable! I am I! This is more than a misfortune. It: :'likewise!l in foreign lands:country so. if this 1 l\'Oud! blot Kentucky out of the galaxyof ]

land don a pair of stripes and go out |: In that cdnipa'.gu a ;rat uany'promise 'hoist on my own petard." can only be described as a calamity !be true. it has a cinch on the business stars an 3 recreate her in The dread

![ .\ \:rna: !.> whit: uiiLrtujnau'ly i j iuaa'; uf Mi'iu1' "
in search of employment and seej! Railway CommissionSo to the state of Florida. |I! and can lower or raise the price as i is : and Kansas.

what will become of him. I ]! were art: rr rea'izf1Indeed far as I know the Ocala Banner I I'as The completion of this great workjwould ;I pleases and at its pleasure. .

arc r;i h'-d from e\s!! Wt'1\ the first newspaper in Florida to have been one of the marvelI1 s i j But having the

',' John D. Rockefeller got nearly SH ut Ihat: learnt: ] to endure to those "we advocate, the establishment of a ra I of the century, and would have beenii;! it refuses to be tyranous strength and of :, ai. hAL '
of." i use it i BBY'S' ,
in witness fees for attending the recent woo not i way commission. I far-reaching in its effects. I| ,as a giant. L B
I Clubs, blind; tigers and bad I
condition
Standard Oil! rebate trial. There a The efforts were successful and the ; I very much doubt that it will ever i j The first oil that
we have
a recordof
is a possibility that he will yet come It I[ of things followed so much so commission( was established. It was 1 1 'be completed, although millions have i| 1 buying we

out ahead of the government.-Atlanta that in the nextet" and "dry" cam- afterwards] annulled by the legislature I t''been expended on its construction. at'i I dollars paid at the rate of two : 4 4I

,...... I pa'firo those gentlemen! were luke I; per gallon for it : the last we" AWfUL[CIM[
Journal. and, several of us sought to reestablish ] !least not within the present genera j purchased we
paid S3:
I ./I-..., warm" and turned over the leadership it.Mr. I 'lion. I allons. cents for fivej!

Because he was out of work and in I i if huo other hands. W. S. Jennings (afterwards I Ilec The pendulum has swung too far..I Ii I I That j I _
1 was
.
poor health. George L. Kleeberger I II In the course of time condi"ions'e some years ago. but we
a : We '
] td governor of the state! was a need conservative men in office :, 1 understand that

young man twenty-four years old. and ;i !hachanged! and men who are bun candidate, for the lower house of to bring about it still retails in
the : a restoration of I Ocala C for 85 cents Sight of Eye Destroyed by Disease-
I t a resident of Pensacola committed t j e-i \\ih: theaisehes! can but note and per five-gallon can.
\legislature; from Hernando count: more stable conditions. !ii The Tried Grew
difference Five
Doctors but
suicide in that city Monday night by rtal'.ze: the change. ;i between two dollars
and made his
] canvass on an antirailway
'
I shooting himself through the heart. Men who employ labor say that ;h commission platform.I FOR "THE UNDERDOG IN THE: Per Ions gallon and S5 cents for five gal- Worse-In Agony Eight Months

labor si'uation has grown so acurei t is a marvelous reduction. and Parents UntilThey
Discouraged
FIGHT"w
I
was told thar he h M a crisp tollar -=n ,
Mr. Bittinger's return to Marion j i and has become so demoralized on acj, \ benefits have flown from it
bill I between his finger and 1 have: been Tried Cuticura Remedies

i county journalism in 1897 worried the ;,J i count of liquor drinking. :ha' i: !* al-: said bv would! give a ten dollar! billfor When we were a boy, growing up :'r... pocketed by the-- I'OnOl1m---- ,

G Banner a great deal at the time, and most impossih'.e! for Them to control I e\ery nickel's: worth of wood itcouM into manhood, the idea was everywhere And! I I II I -.-

it never has entirely ceased fretting I:ab0rt'r .an,1 men "1: abed :n the, luiu- this is the sin of Standard Oil. IN
f ; : be shown: that! 'he railway corinMioii : prevalent that "competition it ONE V WEEK ALL
about it.-Star. No No! What worI;; I bee: and icil'.ins:: bu...:n"ss, nvn! .n: :'> seems to us if any other corpor-
i
LaiaeJ! to The people of wa'he 1 life: <(>f trade. All cia.-ses of :a itiou
t riM the Banner was his journalismin : phosphate miiif-, and on turpei.tme were to confer a like benefit on SORES I
F.ori: !!a Lusiues-I! + : 1 :-n aced this he ?
t upon theory rand world
North Carolina. I and l m the! it would be ISAPPEAREQ.
I jfaini convict lease s> universally; re- .
I. He wa- !lrr .1! :?ul i made pjakerof : :it v.ds: not regarded as a sin at -:ar'Ea5! a benefactor
tern. who Pull':'Ty isle=-:> numbers ot :la- to mankind
I f the :hous1: <.>: r" ;ireiei.a'i\es: ai.dwhn all.: 1 IMerchants
John bort>rand who : nit the Standard Oil "Our little girl, one and a half {
Sharpe Williams the new ; formerly openlys: Company is the year
the: : ;.i!
fur
: : came: the I
I up tertabliohnlrnt ::-- went so far ato adver- ''underdog,! in old, was taken with eczema ur that was
Vailed States senator from poused; rise "wet'sMe in the : i the fight: it has
Mississippi pro1:1i-
not what the doctor ta.it-\.i
said We
of it
The 'omnion! ; ; he lethe ft rise t : tlNs fact in the newspapers, and 2iindT.elhcg was.
I t. is deaf in I lion al! crown fat on "special in the family doctor and
one ear. and in his late coute--- are now !in the t-n.- chair: privileges it I he gave some
shaker's and
lolding a'oft! i :! one's
f neighbor was rewarded i* no a recipient tablets and said she would be all njiht
bout with Governor "bahdvaon' of
Vardaman and. the
peran : with
cam
\ -
r\ iniquitous I
thear.e crisp ton dollar::: bill male! i l-girrnate: and was not t drift in a few days. The eczema grew w orse
very near being Ttnocked dumb! I It few, exceptions, willote: the: ",lry" the aisle i in laws. it has been lax in its con- and we called in doctor No. 2. He
1. jroposnon.His t pro-cnbed the articles '
: would have been a great aflMetig Aot icket. of faith buuons to the republican I I said she was teething as soon as the
remarks along; the lines indicated even in religious institutions. f md. and campaign teeth were through she would be all
Beini? convinced that i' is for th! the president i
ry. wants to tight But she still Doctor
., _.. ._ ... __ _._ were printed in the Times-Un- If the merchant: holding and acting ()' it grew worse.
count r. ;n' r .u T '.on ring to terms I Xo. 3 this
'" It-'tfl Vl LUC: .UUUl. 1 :ua.; ion then owned by the Stockton "n ....; .\. ,__, _____ with his "big stick. said it was eczema." By
i I"
jpuii mis lUt."UQere iwmea on tile time !She .
dreadful to think that the vote that ticket. =- I. was nothing but a yellow.greenbh
t Brothers wrhout correction for a pe- i subject, and were told it followed to sore. Well, he said he could

American people are now shut off The Primary SystemI riod of ten days and no one accepted its logical conclusion it would drivel "Little Peter" on Climate help her, so we let him try .it ahoat

from their daily perusal of the base am not here to blow my own ba- I If I could take a week. One morning we discovered
; ;: the challenge. I the little merchants out of business out my phones and a little yellow pimple on one of her
: tall score by the strike of the tel e- I zoo but as a mere matter of have
history eyes. Of doctur
Anxious to be classed as a benefae- I i and give to the stronger ones a my business associates course we phoned for
I tf'1phers.'t> scuffle I hope I be monopoly leave \o. 3. lie came over and looked her
may manage to may permitted to state
rr tor to the people of Florida I took up I his reply would be that it was me alone." said Col. Peter O. over and said that he could not do anything {
a along without the other things for that so far as I know the Ocala Banner Knight.
| Mr. Jennings' proposition and showed I I simply following in the footsteps of 1 who had just more for her. that we had better ,
< n hick we are indebted to the tele- was the first newspaper of Florida returned from Hot take her to some eye specialist, tmtv it _
"by reputable witnesses .
< such as the the natural law That the Springs T
raph service, but to rob us of thay1 t to advocate the primary I wolves yesterday, "I would was an nicer So we went to OB*"go ftC
; system I' late Hon. P. P. Bishop, who then owned i feasted on the lambs and the big fish : to leave not desire to doctor No. 4. and he said the e>e- &
precious "score" I is the of Tampa for
very refinement nominating candidates for office. sight .
I an extensive vacation.. was gone but that he could help! it.
Cit- swallowed In
E' orange grove at the little ones. j fact
; : of cruelty an acute form of anguish It did this because it believed it I I I believe, so far as climate ale thought we Woi try doctor .xo 5. '
v -1! ra. Hon. W. A. Hocker. now one of So it is. It is the law of !'and Well, that
nature and other I proved the only he
t 1 not long to be, borne If we are would give the poor man a : conditions are same
rube
judges of the supreme COUrt. and is confined neither 'i concerned, charged $10 more than doctor No. 4.
to the land one could
t! to be saved from Dementia Americana chance and elevate him to a moreequal f I I I'i Mr. nor: spend a more beneficial I Ii We wpm nearly discourag-. I saw
C. M. Cooper, then the va- ,
'i j attorney genera Ito sea. ; cation
? or something \\orse.-U\ Oak plane.It I 1 : right here in the city, one of the Cuticura advertisements in
t Democrat !, and profrom the printed teal I In the olden times a community : he coudl be relieved provided the paper and thought!!; we would try
argued that in l of the
conventions the; timony of these gentlemen that the I within the grasp of a single railroad ''ties for business du- Cuticura Treatment, so I went anJ
a
i lawyers being accustomed to public period. When I left purchased: a set of Cuticura Remedies,
saving! to the people of the state by j was supposed to be handicapped for Springs the Hot which cost me SI. and in three days
Texas is in the joys of a prohibition speaking, and being less embarrassed ; temperature was l*)
3 our
$ j the old commission footed up many the reason that the railroad -not daughter, who had been sick about
one could very
wa\e. The of that 1: attractive for eight
r newspapers than the :armer and average businessman a summer months, showed great improveV-
t. ii far off state are agitating the enactment in gatherings of this character i. thousands of dollars I reduced these fix an arbitrary rate that would make ; to say the least."-Tampa resort, Kent, and in one week all sores had dis-: *

t I' IF of a prohibition law by the legislature generally and naturally controlled / dollars to nickels and then multiplied competition with other communities'practically :1 News. Evening store appeared.the Of course it could not re
the eyesight but if had used
J I h nickels by ten dollar bills and i impossible. we
when it meets in 1909. A Cuticura
in
conventions and as a result most of time I am confident that
I ,
found that the sum ran up into millions Two railroads were supposed to invite K would have saved the We think
!t great many counties have been dry our officials were lawyers or men of I It is said that Walter there is eye.
for years and the effort to make all their selection of dollars and asked that it Mr. competition: and thus give life to I his Hawkins representing trouble no or remedy so good for any skin
fruit impurity of the blood
MR
Jennings was sincere in his trade.It I association
of them so is apparently meeting with The Ocala Banner argued that in proposition purchased 3500 boxes has iTO xMr- and Mr- Frank Abbott

favor. W'prE'dk't that in that !he owed me this tremendous was not then regarded as an evil Lake of oranges from v'v* No- 9, Fulton, Oswego Co.,
a
popular a primary election Helen .
: matters would be I I growers The August 17, 1906."
amount but as my efforts worthy of fine price
f were not and Imprisonment fora was
while will be the $1.33
short prohibition more equalized anj the "horny handed on the trees
for my own but for the merchant one report Complete Etern&1; and internal Treatment tot
public's good, or a farmer gives
f supreme question in every southern sons of toil" would be given a better to drive the and another Is that it. ronslta H X!?f tot! Infc">W- Onldren. allddut.I 4
I asked that he turn this sum into the best bargain possible with the fruit is deliv Skm, ir 5 isp. 42.c.) W o.abot
a railroad
state.-Madison New Enterprise. show; and. then, it argued also ered from the sod( 1Ointment (50c.) to H &l the 5km.
treasury of the state and let it go to I company or its agents, the same as house groves to the packing late Coated'utk-ura Pills.R tyul;?-nt 50c.). (to tte form of ''I
at that price. 25i. per vial of 60)to Pun,, the
-DeLand Record. BBLud. Sold throUltbout the world. Potter Dm
v:-M 'f{ {'ort>.. 801e Props.. &.Icon. Uw.
: Free. On Hoawn ol tikia sad {:*,;ap.rt .

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(.I Local and Personal I The "Ocala Daytona Colony" at Beach Seabreeze anc;I ,dfr-.4+.+.+..++.+++..+..+++++ o..+4+4;4+... .+.*90ttN1* "1 I Death cf a Sweet Little Child I II f: JACK AND ROSE-

The distressing information reach- I -

Sara Elizabeth: Harris, Local Editor. Miss Annie Atkinson is doing sunn' DULL TIKES\ AT TALLAHASSEE Written : I e* ucala that Dorothy, the eight-year- I j 1.-\ daring theft Jack wrought Iastt;night

pretty work with bands off ciai> ExpresslyJ o I i j On darling little Rose:
0 0 oid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Como I
Mr and Mrs. J. S. Burke of Ocala Ask her to show you some of hei I i He stole some things IK waa: ':1. right
for the J I D. Massey, forair rly of Ocala now
are work. Beneath her very noeI
limiting friends in Tampa. Mr. Jennings Visits the Capital---Dr. *
Miss Sara Harris is becoming ai:I.o .J Oeala Banner l\iiisj; at Pittsburg, Pa., died Friday, I -Pbila':- : ,!L.i P-fSS.:

Mr lifiijamin Bell will soon erect a expert swimmer and she can ho\\ Porter Also a Prominent Visitor. bt \" j I August i th, after a three days' illness! I

retlA-juce uu his lot next to Mr. Alfred some of the other girls a few watet oi"uientnguis.. The death was partic- : Tis to be ht'rr'! **""* if tats R h,'

All Aifa'.a- tricks. I Pension Matters Discussed : frs> j&rxr. Set ulariy; sad as the child had jut been : R--turne i th' --"ul sm.-u.".

Mr. and Mrs. George K. Robinson>" d.jAA. -----yyyyy a L'i.i .

)inupletill enjoy music and scarlet fever, and as the devoted parent I But turned! alai( red htI 10., .
cottage is the rendezvous for many oi Tallahaa-ee.! Aug. lij;.--The abstnoe: State: ilea1Otlkr'r: : Dr. J. Y. Porter
lia-et tntI! ami ('1111! nights and ?, were rejoicing over its restoration -Hoii.. f. '-t.
no meyuiaks. ;-
: the friends: of the Misses Ethel aiu!r of the go\ernor and the adjournment and i Dr. Hiram Bvrd !pent Tues- ,I
I it was sown attacked with this t
Hope Robinson.Mrs. if the supreme) court and iun.--.gltel i iuabsence .t,1 y ar i the capital. Dr. Porter came :
.
fatal disease, aud in a little while i i'r 'I'.t': lay b': ;1- do ::h r.-: j it'I.
of .n-'ral! of tl.<- ju.-tice on ip to have a conference with tlOahe .. I
\V. H. Powers! daughter ui
soul called to the God; [ win.a\ >> ,
was '
MrOlir; Vntoii t I. .
anil Miss: Olive ht ir 't i in i1: t' Son!!: :
\acittion. uc- 'iruatt.tho ,iuI! ofieSal.partie'i'urh: ; th-
Mrs. Harris has gone to the mountains \\I.h; I .
Wecton nave returned home from a it. ;: : J lack :. in t. :Nv
that
\ "il unmuh! ,eorgia and Alabama. of :North Carolina. Her beat i itnl fleas has settled owr th-j capita governor and comptroller rt'latter'the to The body of th- !nl;tU-\ one waken 'a- ; :. ; ki., t;..' It' r'.. :. .
little her. Few board meetings! art held and little emuUijment o't br. J..1. Kiujoun
son accompanied
to :Mrs. ila-sey's old home ,1. Tt .
: t : : r.
: business except thf \er-eirlins' a- Ia: (''.,'riulogist. Dr. Kinyoun is
t' Mr. lt.'U liorden and wife have returned Mr. H. C. Jones, wife and family an Barne>\i.e;! ';a., for burial.
e routine of the dt'par'niental work i i- t'!!lint! nt specialist iu this line. I
from Oxford where they hatbteti > prominent citizens of Ocala have a j \ having The friends of :Mr. "i i .\'! MaCOIli'.O-,, > \ :, '. :)hC .1 u, {b', ; ;.

cottage at Daytona Beach, and are enjojiug being done. formerly served as surgeon in the :.Ma in Ocala extend tl! '! Nor'b\ .
sM-uttiu i a couple) of weeks.: \::1; i .r ith \\ .s\
The railroad commission continues'to
rine hospital, Washington, and who

] lence them ill T'I"!! d 1 ,
/ an extended stay there. to r t so't 1.' .' I airr> -' i [pron.. -
do business at the old stand although was organizer! and director' of the Hygienic
Mr. itttd Mrs Itaxicr Cam are enJoying Mrs. :X. A. BUtch of Montbrook. j afflict iou. J.; '. kis-ti, ;'. : t the :- .'
ordinarily there is !
a let-up Laboratory of the Public
themselves! at St. Augustine, Fla., and Mrs. T. X. Limbau-jh of in the work of that branch of the govrnnient !: Health and Marine hospital sen ice at The Ocala C-rention -s' i i s P<_'-- : i I.

whentue> I gave been for a couple of Starke, Fia.. wife and daughter oi .' during the: summer. The I> Washington. Since Dr. Andrade's Coming-Gat. .
w''f'k Railroad Commissioner Newton A Generall! W. 'I; '. ft lit* \\",,:. mud] : o',-r .I :. -
commission accompanied the officials'! : death he ha temporarily been inc.arg. .
of Mrs. Brick Smithof :lor.l.i] S ibnx.siter. Oi :' ,n a'.H! -.: ItT'? !
hitch are guests of the C. F. & A. ; hl'Ja': i' : ,1'i : 1 !!:
Railway Company j ; :,' uf the state laboratory. Dr. '
Mn Aiil.ur! ('. Cobb and Miss Anuie Daytona who has a cottage at Daytona ,. \\ 'ntertkV '-' 'e :f '.
to Mcintyre and made a personal! inpection j i Porter and President Hendry of the | S. l\ <.\L': will! .
I 11.. l\ (:;. hoI ,' -
Sharphave gone to Daytonatt Beach. .- of the bridge at that iiluci-:i state hoar! of health are of th-1 opinion I :\r,1 I '. .- alt,'; : ? ., i-id a i. \

.-acll top-nd the remainder of the. Mrs. C. C. Todd and little Mi;;-. over the oeklockruv, or Crooked, rig v. ,: that thenlue! of his services'warrant j'1"1 'n i .. Toae : am .\ \I.

rllnlnr. Catharine Todd of Ocala are gues-; 'v>r rec ntly reported unsafe lIhe 'I ',
"Ooonali
; : iiis ivteiUiJD; ar the salary 1 of !i.vaN' i''v o ( : "
y k < ,'i.., II"
-- of Mrs. Frank Harris of Hiawatha state inspector of railway properties[ ]! $:;.5"' j per annum. vhitM be :.i- t- i ['t'< r ;t) '.- t!:. I, t.utlv p

Mi i I.' 'V I avis of Summerfiehl! cottage. Mrs.:; Todd's son is at Daytona The condition of the bridge has been I j I which i is somewhat in .x-1-- Ha--!: "'' .' 'a !,' .. ; }:hon t'f : h lie .. .r,

wa- illl.\ '< v.iiii his Ocala friends Reach Mrs. Todd and Miss Louise : the subject of much ...i.-, ''I' "''. he ;i.; 1C. as \." oof :>

> e*!.'r"I'' I ;.. a> a former owner (If HaITi are making quite a reconlit p.tion.u in.-pecrio? was, n.ade t b.Mr. > I irt.c.:' i II': 'j-;, t. !' R\- h. -

"'"r .#. :.t Fall m !n.! t iiv market but i1-' now I i hauling in fish with hook and line. Damon who reported it unsafe: ... j That the n 'W !pension las :i i. .. 'E.., om!: -' ,> i :": -" -t t, !l 12i V3C" I.f I.

. : a [,1'''- It. i. ,, !i,< reliant.Mr MKs Mice Bullock, one of the beJthvly and notice wax served on the I'ailww I !:!i' ..t "i I i'i h '".' '(:. uf tr!, .. .. .. nn' i.i! t::' f: I':: : 1 a I.

'- :;\\"i01uII'ron; the beach ha.- company preparatory to i i--.iin: an order II! [i. I ,I l'i: :. I Iii '. .
.1'1> It: F'i"itla! ,)1"" ,) ," : :' 1" -
I'I!} ill 14 r't Sackett and been enjoying a visit with1iss: ai UI'I1It. for repairs! mv'!''.!' i j I ... .. 't ? r] tt: ,.
1113 ; IMi'h: \! MrWiLon! ) were mar- I'; tiJd :;0.- : \ r\: :' .." :- :-!l' I .wit:
: '
:Manager n Dell t i--Ht'd ordr for '
.\ l.-rtitn a' O.-ceoa! cottage. Dr and: ] an I 11! .'
ri,'ti i ai! :S; .I. 'I!! II'" church, ..lack.soiuilieVdiif ) .'1 '. ", ,' 00 :'S: t : :
Mr'':. Williamnderson.!! :Mi.-s: :\Ialir.; : :all t;! taiit--: illi t !to xc.vil, t!: rre lit (lll-, : : :! 1.2' : '11' r.' '

\ i'\: :.' .iniHiu. The bride i ia is et .\tld" lIu and Mis! Anui At! !Kir-: 1\1\ t L1 tio! :I't hour in IT..iw.:: t 1i.r' !.. ,t'j' ,:' ,.II:' .r"'J I : (', : ,;, .:" I : : ;;1/. : I.

n-i, i 'I '.1// ('! .irlei Taylor tiiir 'u '. and \\ ',: rr 1- t ,. .
are aKo at the O.ii'eola. ; i : 1'h :! It t .,'. :'a n. .\ : 1 ('1' .:. .
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!L'vinl! (lr'""u of O.-ala ha-; !I"I.< t tnuik'm ; I -.a !.!!r. : 'I' ,.
'I, .',- 1H-i".m:!; I k :.;'. '",,, : :.' e' 'isit 0 "
.. : Sill:" f'tif' haul"[ of fi>h off .- .. ',; CI. .
M'u.I : ..-, i- !Uuii.; a nilt'I'! I ; >i .
; "
'. -">i"--i >:i "' i-Mi-'tl! ;lu II r \\ t.l! : .: 1..
.. 1. t : ,. :S i'.i""ez: .- !:r ';;(' On on-1 octaH I ", ,
tI, ) : : : p o : ; !' i'l -'itn':! 1 ,. .
iiv a :
had:! ;in a '" ;In. and a ::>-h.!1 tri! .; r ;j' :
tit,1! ; I .-, iu a manner :a- r '
i \11: u !1.1"! ':.>. tj.t' c. 1' '. \ i
.-h.ch! : Hr>r-- dh i'PII! 1 au'cr.i: ? :.>MH.he f ,
\"'h.'' >! I I. t i n hit:::: the t '('aa! i 1 t wcth-T' :w.; !'i :.lie aiun: : .
; :: i<'.-tat: the! LM aker>--th" Adat 11 < .. r ,"
Ho'.1; !I'I. I )it {i- exp: / 'ctinir{ a j! it'v; ,.J ot tiK aid r nlv! I' :. .r .:, !
,- ei'itor!; in.-liiil-'d. I E Ii' :trtl!! i!>; 1 th.on > : '
taw! I -. \ of I That l v: d1 K'joxvu lawyer. .Mr ri I I 1"
,.i '(I!],. .m tit.aichcd ." 1"1:;.' otI I' ,' ; : .
'I .I'. I ,: \Vie i*' :-nil-, III'f1'ahl I I1. {' preHint '. | Oi.; T. (;1.:1.! of i >caa! -The! Ka.-1: : .' .,. : .. .I .. I
tini rennin, '
| \\ : I
l t l1 t. Wiili.t'iiK'h!:: !:! ('"mil! :!!}'" oa-t AJuva'e. t. ; .
'
I'
>- Tr tin acio-;' !11 i t- fees \ ul:
Hon.' in lovvu haiurdav -- -- l' ---- -
of : tug
aa: '1',:: .
: :I't'm what reel' a\\ I Itact ; I 'e '
and ': nl) -Miii| ot thinsin! John Beard in Ocala : ,': Endorse'e C
.1
i I that the Hridsrei n : : :: "It! \0 ... ,
hi,. b-nlim.: h lie !kft"I.tt'rla} af- J lum. John Heard, candidate for !!10'r '
i i ye! it is not in -nebrender '. I' j.: ? 11)I '1 1 V, 9': i T "
terno.iit l\.r I :'iiaflla! to join bus fan:' (rnn-'d ::::!alt's senator was in Ocala! j .. '. 'l' .' ,. .. y.r
: \ thpu.) .-;; aae; of IL \ L"II11n 's.r'--- :'l.c .

iI' I Friday, taking a bird's eye ,view' of | at a low ra.f of speed ., ', I :. I, .: a \ ).ti'. .: .1' bJj- :' ('t-,. ? 1.

the senatorial shunt ion in this section | are MI advi>ed htit.. .. tit -t I .t: : .pir ,' 1,.,,' .. r", '!'" ; ,,," -mt; N" ";, n. t: 's

Mr IMv.a-d lilll.lt'r.hu has beenvlsitum of Florida. in l' i'l i or'!'' j .1 X."i.'o";: [lS 1'1)'. : ) 'IE'"r.
: .
..
I ; } liI'Exam''Jton
gineer.j th.' : -- .aPih! !.. 'or ,' .' '
\lld
,,". "'-:1! fashionable: and popular Air. Beard! says that ne is really "Therefore We roll>. .P of t :: i \ ht'l'I -- ..,',' :- maktn; .. '.\'nr'. : the

rvMiivnirned! home yesterdayand Battered at the reception" he has everywhere .j is no occa-ion for public asui! !I r''aP. \s'a: 1.\ .. of Teachers" : Hot of thr1.: a'-vT- '.eep a

sa\s tint after all he timis Ocala been receiving and i is .tlt'U III' 1.' ?"' a r"p; ,'" f ,1' t> ''t-:> n the >. : -bf-l-! <:. it to be
..
; the movement of trains across im.- The: ;v. l' -ta'f: \ f-u .
;
ban the !bt'a! innnier climate, and has 11..1 tea' 'r'" oeta''ia! "!:( r" -jn: known
'hit trans rof .
meeting with encouragement far be- trestle. One bent at a time will be am 'til'l v -sach. r-; : :\t.I I': O i. c >tufiencinu '""F T. 1 -Tanr '' "
at: ra Guar-
jjjg es.
less annoyances in the shape of mos- his most sanguine expectation trains ti were t\ll: :.:.::i''t tl and .t.h ',. S" .' '. '.. :I. 1!1I17. '
jyond. placed in position between 1"-- ty ; 'd to npv r .P'jn ir! the taker
qulltM' and other pests. ; He is most distinguished looking and rendering that part of the work absolutely t.'tl by of the 1.'aI, r" of tw (F (' \11 whitt' api"!!; '!, alt, w '' .... in tiv' ''v Tydings & r. .. Price! "' >c. and $1.

has all the appearance of men who I safe for the movement of trains Y.-Fl g, J\\\.n auto other,;. Ti!.. < )eala Hit! \"loo1In:1.\ : .i .Mmd! : : alolored Trial! bottle free. x

Ocala II i.> doing some humane work. is renewal ot'I : t'-::' .
have left their impress upon public during the progress of rebuilding. remedy I propertx (' l alGttlts!)! in iil'\! a"' : Acailtny

wW 'h .should be done in every city affairs, and iu any company would be McIntyre is a center of local inter- qualifications anti nnquesMonab'e ,' buiMinc it 9 o'clock\ a "::1. Oneiollar A Shocking Affair

wfftv I the conditions make it necessary. selected! a man of no ordinary proof of faithful service." t I| The Orlando, Florida, Sentit: ..dtorially -
as est in this section during the summer will!! a hareed t'.I" h; applicantaccording

Pines of fifty dollars are being mo ld. months, as it is the station where I 'o !law. W. D. says:
by the city court upon perhona well known West Florida CARX.'I'I A most harrowing accident befell
Itupotted Mr. Beard made a most exhaustive I passengers, leave the railroad for that A senator 814tf Supt.

found guilty of driving horses stiidy of the manner of the adoptionof primitive and delightful resort, St. was much surprised to find that the i this office last Friday. We received

unfit for work, or otherwise cruellyndstreating the fifteenth amendment to the | Theresa, making the balance of the legislature had passed: a law allowing The Banner has been asked to correct j a letter from a subscriber who stated
tk anlmals.-Pt'nsaco- I that he had sent us a check for $1 to
dumb constitution and has reached Confederate soldiers who are inmates in the
federal
I trip overland in a sun-bonnet wagon I : an item which appeared I

la Journal IMr the conclusion that it was never le i with two diminutive mules as motive of the Confederate Soldiers' Home in Star a few days ago. We have been I apply on his subscription. We lookedat

I gally adopted and is confident that if power. Jacksonville and for whose maintenance informed that Misses Julia Wiley of i the precious bit of paper and it
was a draft for $37.80. made out to
Hd L. \Vartmann now owns six it: is ever brought before the supreme the fate appropriated one hundred Troy, Ala., and Sara Davis are the a \

ty feet front of the old ZeButt place court of the United States, this great lion. T. A. Jennings was here this dollars each per annum to continue only members of the "Ocala colony' I catalogue house in the north ordering

and we understand is on a trade for court of last resort will fully sustain week for a day and accompanied the [ to draw pensions from the state. at Lake Weir who have become expert furniture.

the lot owned by the Masons. If he his contention and that the time t is railroad commissioners and the G. F. Formerly such persons were debarred high divers, while Misses Alta Pearson That's about the usual apportionment -

l ceps on adding to his investment he now ripe for it to go before this court & A. officials to McIntyre. from drawing pensions and be was and Mary Burford have become of funds in some families one

entire lot. lie will first visit only convinced when the law in question dollar for home industry, and $37.80
will won? own the for judicial determination.Mr. This was Mr. Jennings' very proficient swimmers, confining I

Immediately comply with the ordinance Beard has collated all the facts! here since he said he would not bet was produced. Then he was like I themselves to the water and not doing for the support of foreign institutions.

recently passed: by the council connected with the so-called adoptionof I candidate for governor, and his the little boy the calf ran over-had any air stunts. A swimming and Redlands Cal.( ) Citrograph.
I
and pot down a cement sidewalk. said amendment and has reared a I friends kept him busy listening to nothing much to say-except that hedid high diving contest between the Ocala

most formidable structure and the their expressions of regret at his de- not think such a law was right. belles at the lake and those at Sea- I i Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Knownto

)Jr. Ed L Wartmann, ex-member of facts stand out so clear as to its irregular I cision. JEFFERSON BELL. bereze would be an interesting event. I I II "I want to say Fail a few words for

the Jegtalature, and now a member of adoption that he does not for I We are not prepared to say who I Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea -
-- -- -----
surd of control was ir. Ocala a moment hesitate \v say that the i would be victorious could such a I Imatcb Remedy. I have used this

tbe eifcnia i < '. He will go to New Yorkin court with the truth bf history recited I{ The Griner Farm Picnic life at Silver Springs be pulled off but we feel quite prescription in my family for the past
five
> > years and have recommended it
about ten days to meet his daughter will declare it invalid, and in doing j We continue to hear good reportsiof Wednesday. E. C. Web*h of Corjnell I sure that a number of records would i to a number of people in York county

Miss Mar Wart mann, who has so will be sustained by the enlightened : the Griner Farm picnic. It is estimated came out with a friend too 1att"for be shattered. :I.I
fifteen months sentiment of the country. I fishing, and enjoyed" a launch ride. f* t t cure in any instance. I feel
been spending the past that there were six hundred tl cannot c:!>v too m"F'h> i> f ,- "e
of the continent Mr. Beard is yet a young man. isfull Thursday Mrs. W. W. Clyatt and )lr. John T. Lewis state ill p'- "' ..r .
tour .
making a "
h.- '
in ''inrope, i tnedy of 'i.i 'id-in f
and ambition and : -the same number that were under ) rs. C. E. Fox chartered the launch Ocala Saturday !
with a party of friends. While of zeal, energy of prison.was in ui.- ;0: mio\J: 1't; k

York Mr. Wartmann will buy if elected will make a name that will]' i JLord Cardigan at Balaklaver! and for the day. intending to take a cruise left in the afternoon for his hUH' d' ,', ,." .. [ ;" T' !1el: e"And

in Xt'w' Otlll for his store in Citra. I rank alongside of Yulee's, before tht whom Tennyson has made immortal of' forty miles, but found the river i Moss Bl'iff) Hf gays" that the r-i tn'"* '.... V'1 _' "
,t..t. of ; :; 1 i
a civil war period, and C. W. Jones's of : The speeches of Dr. Carroll and Mr. I blocked wi'hos?. and turned hack r..ct'n-J iy printed in thn .Tackm; :'-

Kllison of Anthony was I!i a later date. Dais are still the subject of fd\"ora-I awl spent the day on Silver Springs. j Me'ropoMs! That one of the p ri-'t< :' :'- for. 3.: P\rps; ;
Mr I Ual'tT -a:'; \r.! : t
He was unite .Ut"1 Wuh his splendid presence aiul the bit comment and praise and: succpe.lfj in laitditig fveufyiLree in I the Butt'TaKJch catiijis! hal :.. >
TI.lr.lay.! i Pi :- 11 '
I.UMI or (
iki in making! subject matter of his ::;bp.tK.-a well! in i Th following i is a lit; of th.' names i :! trout. ; hipped tu 'i''a'3 by one .-f .' !\
.
season .
'
i.--!t\I 1. j.-i-t t'lh'nUS' I ban! and delivered in his forceful of persons who duhateJ -o the dmn\.r | Friday Mr. and: :Mrs. H. M Hampton Claris; WH> not trite! a> l:>e nv. 1htronuh ]1- "-. t Itlj: E'tle

j-.Hid iiH'Uur! : earth! rt''lon,1 efforts, and in !. and impressive manner, he will win ..and made it possible to have i: reieehe and :Mr. an Mr?. L. F. Blalock !irM'd'.un: of this casesoiii repo' c .' : ,-t -. .' i-
directed .
h to lug tt <.11!! mixed audi of from re'.athes enjo.. ,\ a daj' o-iagr : mitte a* !: r ;pir; a
of ] many \otois among the i the laudations piui-e and t ** '!;:*- nefor4H1 says the titan
he has tht' pleasure I Ranner. \'," t I h.. clwhat
< .ii-.eiiuet.re I gather who fortunate! and succeeded in gathering in rash sufficient au.1 1 of-
I on | ence.that attend a political everyone were enougito j was :suff-ring; ; from a !severe
t'Oncp1Cgtllslt'' I i "
t JnUrl'S 1 '' is i ;eitiii by "oth !r -
-'ug aocouuf, ing. enjoy it: F. P. Cahoon, $1.75 A. B. for a fry at Alexander Landing i f..n 'he db..a ,:;. :

i .e i I.ht ii.le of his bank is making :iHalsell, $1.73 ; C. M. Brown. $1 ; Sam !| and wound A p the day with a launch I Madison New Enterpn

a ..l in a t..u"t'r\atit't way He : Dr. H. G. Spooner, who owns a lovely ':Johnson! $1 ; Joe Fore. $1 ; Henry! ride to the Oklawaha and return. \i i "Little PCfer" isa: home again in J:i Adopting a prohibition it

# 'ro! III admiuiator to his pleasure. I Luff Her- Messrs. 0. B. Howse and' | to the constitution to be o ._ :ai
beautij $1
trip home and orange grove on (JGriggs, $1; Lum man. ; Saturday Tampa, and did not return from Hot :

!Las Just returned from a pleasant and other j I nil Lake Weir, was in town Thursday I bert Weeks, $1 ; W. E. Morrison, $1; 'IIG. C. V. Miller chartered the launch and, Springs by way of Tallahassee, although -I i I the electors of the state for ration-

M New York, Jamestown I inour Marvin Hewitt, 50c. fished hard all day-hard enough to ': there with I: tion or rejection passing the state
wail met at the [ and spent a pleasant few moments N. Ellis, 50c.; ; j Editor Claude was ;

points of interest. He and her sanctum, chatting of the timt'swhen :lArch Culberth 50c.; P. L. Billingsley, j! have caught one hundred, but succeeded bis[ phonograph, anxious to grind outithat [: insurance bill, and other laws of like

former point Mr. by R.ese his daughter Lindsay, former- I he himself had to grind out editorials !! $2. ; J. H. Harvey, 50c... ; W. J. Wilson. I in landing only twenty-one .I same old tune for him: "Waltz 1 I importance.i .

husband Col. locals, read proofs and doother ; ; J. J. Luffmaa ;)Oc.; C. C. Weeks. trout I me around and around, once again, i I
,
Illf Dunnellon, now of Denver I chores around a printing office.'i$1 ; W. II. Scarborough, $1; J. M. Ask Mr. Miller about too large ones Willie!" i Chamberlain's! Colic, Cholera and Di
1$1 :
Is now a conductor on i arrhoea Remedy Better Than
t Lindsay r.ilwayj-and is expecting The doctor is a pleasant gentleman :Neal, $1; J. II. Hull, *<*.; C. M. Mur- he let get away. I ; Three Doctors
II
oneef' tbe western be promoted to assistant and we are glad he likes his Southern I pay., $1; Geo. LufEmaa. 50c.; H. R. i STOLEN-On Monday, July 22, one "Tbree years ago we had three

soon to of the system. iome.: Luffman, 50c.; Clarence Day 50c.; J. The name of Hon. Jas. D. Beggs of bay mare, with four black feet; meidium j doctors with our little boy, and ev-

superintendent P. Wilson, $1 ; W. T. Cbalfcer: SOc.; Orlando has been mentioned by size; branded "A L Lrt on left 1 erything that they could do seemed

HU old Marion county friends rejoicein is WANTED-To buy from 50 to 200, Crews, SOC.; Mobley, 25c. ; Peter Loos, some of ti5 friends as a candidate for side. Stolen from back of Mclver -& in I vain. At last when all hope seemed -
Ellison Cham-
Mr. :: to be gone we began using
hia good fortune. for larger operations acres land in Florida, in healthy $1; B. H. Seymour, 50c.; J. F. Lu3- congress from the second district MaeKay'3 store. Liberal reward willbe berlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea

waking preparations and in ad place, where stock can be raised and man $1; L. L. Priest 50c.; W. IL MI1- This is tie first intimation we have paid for the arrest of the thief Remedy, and in a few hours he began -

tbe coming season, has raptly '- where there is plenty of fish. Address ligan, 50c; J. Y. Sullivan, two goats: heard of bringing the judge out butwe with evidence to convictA. to improve. Today he Is as healthy

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this:: themthat
1> severe -f-ots.! F.r-t-- virtue-i iborro'2 ..:-.- try at. :
'-d l from m. -r.a! .-> tenJS i- 'b<"'.,.anti :> -, of rfcorde .y.gvng : -: f ;:1'h..He"e tivatioa :
: ans.l
; ; .; tr ;-nt an ;; tea: Christ and Fertilization.: "
has .
upon r.' M.m ; set :. i as it rest \: all': jv: we kn'no more about tie ari.-:.'.*. :L :.:. vor of t--:: diviLity: : of "'Va rr.--i j jn..=: trie: The fully ,' ses prICes, etc. .:

I, on ar 'in.-nt: rath-: Than upoi. a':- i-or....- of lifetan they knew in the Cbri.:. I : Prilcfof Pearf'i .-. t\- aJj \'i.t-d Editon: .
'1': : not '* or
tbahu'e
zm w-a a: that in ..
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thorit it des :. -t dwu-al. to the ;; be cuing.: We live, we plan : we cle: ", or 'hvrof: ". y Fars to rome it wK::: J -- -- ]u't 'lhji ited irt."e tt'r dk 1 : : ,:;. ;
aonen.en .
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would; rr.ore and -
young, ar.'l: j by the .nl: the young are' have our hopes our fears : and in U-gin : acre applied:: to Him "
yet aCarnezi VIISOH
". ,. .. ... ? Simpson i,-:-gins in -r,ii-j; : in Kim rings : & TOOMER
A.h1 FERILTIZER
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fA ft.-1 >\l' fkoT nie: mn vKAn Wn A. chan : peace to fr. I '
a moment a *> IDa.l'fm COMPANY
''' m.rI his book
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: Fact {Jf. "--r and
t3 : already become set in their X:1 of Hi.acnings when appic'iwing \ ,
l ( :: anyone us and then this body will Christ. Cyasm'-ncitg wan; the far: : : p-acr JA : k-nXVlLLK.I ] FLA ;
: between .
and third whose) is Cased .i 1 man *
one morality become ana
a mass of lifeless What :
clay. that i
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upon a nice calculation of benefits 'is it that -
having, we live and. n. -
having one ..
F cannot coiuempiav:. thia! ; ....... .
i to be secured spends time mathematics : : undisputed sV: the' world: is :n search
T on not. we are as the clod? We know. fact without f of peac- : -- -
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f that he should spend in action. ; not. and yet the progress of the race tact is related to Warthis those : sough---re.
If now iiving.
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J Those who keep a book' account of. and the civilization! which we now As he studies the ; ::

'- q- their good deeds seldom do enough behold are the work of men and women -, Christ he becomes conscious character of. 'emprJYHl: :: 'o Lnd it. S'rhave 4rULLQTSVI .f

f good to justify keeping books. I who have not solved the mystery virtues of certain :ought!: to r.irchase j it w-> -'*>,<--=. Jvi&

a Morality is the which stand out in bold ,and, tYtav! i
power of endurance of their own lives. relief 1ahr..c.: Jlr : AVfDL
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purity
I I humility
a 14IFULLISTS
forgiving
in man : and a religion which teacheslersonal And our food must we understand spirit and unfathomable 1 wealth hopr.5: : to find i.v.; wf.n i

( responsibility to God gives I it before we eat it? If we refused to !!i author is correct. Christ love. The hey: were able to go whf.- they plea- .
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an unyielding strength to morality. l eat anything until we could under- !! .example of purity in presents an Hi: and buy what they liked. Of tho,;,:
!-I ; There is thought and life > i who have
i a powerful restraining influence stand the mystery of its growth, wej j and man conscious of his endeavored to purcha;;...

t 1 in the belief that an ; gwould i die of starvation. But mystery .perfections and own im- peace with money. the large majority

ti it eye scrutinizes every act of the indi j does not bother us in the dining room, ;i shon-comings finds grieved over his 1 lave: failed to secure the money. BU- 4

vidual. j! i it is only in the church inspiration in One !i hat has been the
that experience
i it is an who was tempted in all of tho=;;c- .. 40, 4N1
r I passed through a series of skepticism { obstacle. points like who! have been successful in SO I
Ins we are accumulating : -
and '
yet without
i sin. 'am' _
l when I was ia college. The i i'I I was eating a piece of watermelon j J JI not sure but that J: money They all tell the sari. : ; I otr
theories of the scienthts'conl' we can find just tory, viz -- k i
j rning ,i some months and : that they
,
i I i I a.cro was struck 1 here! a way of determining spent the fir-.
the creation confused me. But I '': with its arlJetherone taU of their lives
examined : beauty. I took
of trying
I some the | < to get
I. f {.I I' possesses the true money 1
t : these theories and found thatthey !, seed and weighed them, and found' in ;
all begin with an assumption. ]i i: that it would require some five thousand less of Christ the sinlesslu 1 ? to keep others from getting their :, Ems-
a

.k 11 The materialist assumes matter and i!i seed to weigh a pound. And rhea:' e jffort and higher stimulus to greater ; money, and that they found peace in Z EhJfFED FO
i living he
force -exlstIag and he I1 is indeed a ; either: alt.
as :
pre assumes j applied mathematics to i Some have
a f
I i forty- ; follower; if. on the other !hand even reach. .
Iii force working on matter and upon ij i pound melon. Ole of these seeds, ;; seats; the reproof which he ree. d the point where they End difScultv

these assumptions builds a solar sys put into the ground, then warred : ( the parity of iI a getting people to
by ; Christ offers be 1 is likely I accept their: mono .
t< tem. I have a right to assume as well I the sun and moistened by the rain : the: to question le;y; and-I know Of no better indication
divinity
of Christ
as bo, and I prefer to assume a DCk goes to work: It gathers from I in enter to ex- I 0;f the ethical awakening in this CHAS BLUM &

faY j i some-l I IV ruse himself for cot being a follower j I I try" than the increasing tendency coun-toj i E;< Jacksonville COMRANY, Fla. '




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Local I and Personalliittfeth LOVELY PARTY AT THE CLARE drummer and has many frit'n.1111; HOW CONSERVATIVE NEWSPA. THE FLORIDA PIG

I DON Ocala and all! over rhf' h ta'e. PERS ARE TALKINGThe

I I II I We have heard of the ode to the Florida

Ss'i Harris, Local Editor Other Seabreeze Items Concerning I Mrs. Newton A. Blitch and daughter finding against the Standard steer,

-- the Ocala Colony of Monfbroik! harp In-t-n v>itin.;'- Oil Co., Of Indiana by Judge Land : 'To the cob and the h-'n that brms; I

t" t. j' S..,ti.- oars, 1.1'; dauohuIlly. I' Seabreeze, Aug. 19, 1907. : friends at Daytona Reach for a coup!P of Chicago is bound to be regarded in I good cheer, ..

Ki'iii. S "11' t hav- rdllrnt.I i; Friday! afternoon the lobby of the I I of e"ks. i the light of justice in a savage: mood. But there's noue of the outfit lint,

t.! I.a : The fin.: was assessed at the limit of' or big,
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itr.'an :I Clarendon Hotel was the scene of a Mr Smith. J. Lost rey of Tamp an* : the law upon almost: every count writ- i That can get to the from like [tLe:

)" and h-r daupt -.. very attractive entertainment ai.; Mr. W. B. Taylor of Gain svjIle, Ixtlo' : tjn in the ;iudlctm.-nt. I Florida pig.

:.11.' .,' L.; i'- VH'\'. 'I.t i. ar, ,'I'. v.hkh: iir.s Jauies Crocker and Misliajiln :' y'rmi! are well! !Cnu( -\n in Of>alan : : People accustomed, to cr.lm tenpers: i When he is ten months I'l.j i he i isnady

I ,I >pnr Sunday ar the lif-arh. the: furrtar -' I and used to dealing wi itfc fairness will to sell
VUHHi) I : ,, l.aim.'r liOite
: d : : !I.1.- u th.Sn <: lae ; ';.o. I ,,, t .i rr
.UJ II'" : Seal>re'7fand the btl.'r at Davtjr.a : not approve the ruling of Judge Lanili Aud will weiga: ;J1;'lt if he haitone s
< 1Irs. Crin-ker i.a pl"rmanl'llt reaideiitit I ;
-- -- --- B?ach.l =. no :11a t'.r how keenly! he may an- I fairly; weii.This !.
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S;<.ai>r.',./P. uiaking her borne at the I ; < :r; ,
'i 5.,';ipprp:: jjih a r::-':lt. The Stan.larli I am ctita.n \. i:1: makr you
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v''t, H Mui! : I" ,. ".
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k. ..!:' u: :u.u of Aiiieii! l.ob-i ht r h;;,, !
s < n Mer-ory of Gear:: 0 F. iittmer W'i t lily: :::':.on-j'J l i S'i CV:ri't11g! : wn1'fba !S'U'h,
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,i "..s',1: i aa; iliai;;!', and :Mis. lathes; Las Th"t: : l1'm1''r u-f nAin'l, : it hat TInt "'UJ,1't0t: : i !'.l.:raJt violation Fur t.J' in that; a-' tl'r'.- l> it a
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.. t. i.tly i nine to S: auret-ze to ii\i- ; of the lacy! b".r! \\T prepared! <.alt.: THE RIGHT! MEDICINE! ;;
I : I..t' can -rtiiz! T print- .:.rr :H" of tt :
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1 l hi > t<..+l all of the Ocaia au.l! D", Laud i iI I to show, and asked to !he permitted t to The: Fl!.:i.i ia pig i.a iaithiui fiifiid fOR PELVJC! TROUBLES
ladies the ,' late Gorge F. Ditt'.i-r. aii'l tro'' :
col'jiu.i.boih! the and
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'I' I S <'\ < ;' I' 0I t L,'nv w.i .\ g uiifii !, show that it had not ex-'n coin mi'tedt' i Anj in ; iae: of mod hi, ail he willknd FOU\D f'J PE-RU-VV;

Y '' '"' 'I" < "a.aIoniay, awl (l I ;' e..t-. iiit-ir ;KU'ts, and the at': triiixin : lowing sketch of hi- MtV: i 'hnifaliilanv: >n". In other words, : ;

>>. cs- a d'lislltful awl oti, nai: : U'oriFiod'rick; Ditm- '\ the! SraT.oiardVa show tie \\ill th'; rI 8. CAROLINE: KRAMER. F -n
t.! -j.;. | ln Oij'a' l I'.tiiti>'t a \ >.t\1'\ runt! i ; asem..iy : < jtn pared to pay your > > buy rlohing: (ollmC '!., writes :

.q'I'; t ,r .: tar II, I lit. vii .I'ine 4th at X--\\por: R.T.T.. : that it was shipiini oil over th I and shoes, i "The majority of women who an Buffering -

-- --- I The! big lobby with its large roe ;I road in rut.:-tion at the regular Plb-I And furnish the money to -,ubcribefor fr, a.sordered;
where he had gone to undergo an Oilo :m period.a'.ci
Mi I S \1.11'\f81\'auuah J i i t Uai" ;. I. mg chairs and couches, was a most i lUhed commodity rate to which oil the news. i other pelvic troubles, have such strong
ration. He was born at Cfoarhvt'in! ) .
I U i Xtit 111111 ui. a XIMI In .'Ir. R. L I cuarnnug place. : was subject and under the same cot My story is -ended my rhyming is faith' in doctors that they allow them
;Ia,:s., :March Is. lM4: and lived then
Kti *. 1'11'i It .tn lit r iiiiOi>> ala Bauut- i A happy little entertainment had.] 4 I (:.i'ions! i to Which o'her shippers: of other done, to experiment on them for kidney liver
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I. been by the hostesses, and I until his fifteenth or .sixtetn'h > >ar.1 stomach troubles until becomd
gotten up commodities were liable. The pig beats the whale crowd by 1C : or they

flir.Mi __ ___ I it wa thoroughly enjoyed by the I In 1SS4 he entered the employ of; Th trial of the Standard by Judge I to 1. completely discouraged and their money
I Church Brothers manufacturers ; U
!',.< khan has KJite: to her oh ';Ul'.tS. There were a number of original otl Landis was spectacular! and attracted Then we tip our hat to the! Florida : gone.

t H'MI.in I't.iia.i-li.ina: Pa., where sl he : charades which were guessed b)' fish fertilizers, and in 1S90 became superintendent treat public J: notice and was no doubt I pig.Whetber I "This was my unfortunate expe
of their factory at Livertou rieace for nearly two}ears when my
ttU Ken ftll I '1- remainder ut the sum i irJtt the audience. The first charade represented designed.The sandy or spotted, little or
attention called Perutu
was to
R. I. While in this business hh;
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citiesSeabretzOcala
the three I
of !

enormous pile money assessed big.
"1 hardly dared believe that at last r
!I
the!
and enthusiasm attracted
_. and DeLand. Another clever energy as a fine is large enough to be The steer may thrive and the hen may; bad found the right; medicine but as Ikept
attention of the late W. L. Bradley, I
Mm ( 'hu. E. Taylor, who recc-ntlj' i I charade was the "board walk which seen across the world. But while lay, ; on using it and was finally cured,
I i find during 1892 Mr. Dittmer entered
wni in JarkBumille to witness th< is decidedly the most popular featureof people are viewing it and contemplating But the pits at the front and he's I [ could only thank God and take cour-
his employ. Mr. Bradley immediate'tent }
marriage of her aimer, is now at For Seabreeze. its massiveness the fair-minded there to stay.A. i ige.
him to take charge of his minesat
teKgt. Inland vlfliting her parents. Miss Alice Bullock sang severlovely among them will reserve the right to A. Rowley, and first entitled<<1 the : "I hare had most satisfying; results
solos and in with I Bulow. S. C. He continued with flora the of medicine and have
campany set against it the measurements of 'Kansas Pig. ; use your
the Bradleys until 19 women wen-
}\'alt'DtiDt.f $kinger of the 11fr. Terivillager of Seabreeze, sang a 'justice and determine in their own ,
Cot'l .
of having the di with woman's ills Perunamd
fun Want iKhuurhotNl! was in Ocaltir ,couple of duets, Mr. W. W. Hood accompanying superintendent minds whether or not the blind goddess Unique Piscatorial Narrative Origi : to use
I in South Carolina let the doctors alone.
rpction of their works
yrsrt I Tennessee and Florida at al "Those who followed advice
--, I Miss Eugenia Fuller as piano acconiMer of rectitude and virtue.-Charleston: The Jacksonville Times-Union i is I my are
__ times serving his principals faithfully better today and many are fully restored
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Mr. }t. Ham '1'1 Q."n also played a < W. Va.) Mail. responsible for the following fish stoy -
I and effectually.:: In April 19ut>: he ; to health."
I If Judge Landis was seeking to benefit :
-ne general superintendent for J. Mrs. Wild! Mooers, R. F. D., No. 1,
I the Standard Oil ('0. by creating ;a "A Jewfish, measuring over six feet !
ach & Co., which position h< Lents, Ore., writes:
I public reaction in its favor then hE'1 in length fully two feet through the I
h credit to himself! and the "For the past foar years I was a
pursued the right policy. Suppose his body and weighing exactly 5:)i 5 ;
until December 19< 6, whet Kretched woman, suffering with severe
tiling should stand. and every time t a pounds was caught yesterday morning i
Backaches and other leaving mao
pains
led. From that time until
I shipper of a crate of fruit or a few i in the St. Johns river: under the ; weak and weary that it was only
h he suffered from internal
I bushels of potatoes. or a package ofmerchandise lock of the Florida Refining Company with difficulty that I was able to attend

ttions going to several spe should be compelled\ to it RhersMe."Hendeivon/ to; my household duties.
relief. Mr. Dittniei
seeking from the interstate commerce and H. C.i i
M-ci.r" I : Campbell "/ used different remedies but

Mr" rays interested in any plan for crrr.mission a report! ato rates or dolman] n-groe., employed at the found no relief until I had tried Peruna.

tterment of the industry 3tt'! !
aitMt ,'!SH be in ii.ina 'r of s:2.: )nu? tiny. Vmvn lock an-1! unpins ? station were busy
tt -
the head of the ('onrtt'd:
'"' I.lttr bij-i-i :-s could! I lv done bv th> : it their! work when their attention :

'hl' ha' tent of the mir"s to try to cone ," months I wa-:: a well and hut w' ':-"an.
iniput
''.',ntrv. If .11l;t> Lan-l's rightly ;\a> arra'tell by a hears splashmzinder

labor conditions around th* i 1'1 th'! 1 lav. aril'roe !a"\i.-rs: th" dock.: Both men rushed to "All the pr rise is due to l'-:a'':..."'

hvik've! t ill his death place has beacant -")
iiov-u't! a
By
if'' xXhi'vMinu\ ; mot .. -.1.; :n.' iM': thrn th:> ':"M.11 T ,'i. ry 1m.iiu "" ;he enl of the pier. and looking under,
.. inn.tllKuioi *. OH Pun>> J,'rst-j' which will bo hard to fill
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tat : I Mr. E. t -:s man rt-alizes his twit danger the in:5t:1uyp' t'I! the g''eat body of the'

I'I lr_ ami hill.'11 ctiJM of the formal I fen spent SLIt ttmer married Miss; Mary SanJorrmonth better. A1- every rai'.r! .,a'L any one of tinny nl"Tt' -ter.fi. : The lvlarion

1 :Nitur.11t: : a> he was about tfii I II I he !).>ach. R. I., who wit Chow agents might make a Mistaken : .-h v.is jammed} in b.'t'.--, ntwo '

nukt. l lit- ''itiiur on s+ "> lit these fin(' I Mr. Charles H.weekend hree children survives him. i ew.rythip\)(t' is in dancer, noBonder of the piles supporting the dock ;

..! ..: ,. I at SeabrcH?. nobody 'Aants to buy securities : ind had evidently} been caught in aivild : PuE)n,.li. .t '- glid"]l.

I Mis. C. C. Todd an A Sad Coincidence at present As u-n1'; the million.-! : \ en,leavor to find a place of :;af'- '

\li U V Saiidit i r. ou- of the moslIOJIM ter, Catharine, after a Thomas Conway of this city of people as against a tVw great rich : ty. i 3UNNELLON FLORIDA

'm .j, tann TS of tit\' i'illistopr.tpct weeksa t Seabreeze wit Sunday night of typho-malariai: will be the worst sufferers, for the II "R')p''-. boards and I pitchforks, with
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hall pnrchase the late C. E Harris and family, lef and the same night her sister latter can afford to stand great losses uch: ocher impromptu weapons as I'

(tall midrnce i in the third ward day morning. T!- tJJl>eHetll Annie died of the same disease atthe but the former cannot. Every drop I couldhe- secured I. were pressed into Hates 1.5-1 to: ?-.H1) pr th y,

/lnd11I w un iK-cora a citizen oft to cut their visit short owing to the : home of her father, Mr. W. R. of a dollar a share in railroad and industrial :::ervice. and in a few minutes the big InderNe''v Mautremmt

kalafl sickness of Mr. Ben Todd. Mr. Heron Cox. at Lynne, in the southeastern securities strikes at the savings ish had been killed.

Todd, who has been at Daytona section of the county. Both sisters of millions: who cannot afford tolose. "It required the services of eight R-furn Led: Throughout

)lr. Ra mond B. Bullock and Mr! buried together yesterday afternoon i .-Manufacturer's Record. from the
> Beach for a fortnight also returned were or ten men to get the body
Porter Meets "' H! Trains.A .
Hi-ury LivingBton are making arrangenu'Qt home Sunday. in the family burying ground at tiling and haul it out on land.

to to Lake Weir will amid the mourning of friends That Standard Oil Fine then -
go Lynne. "The great hulking body was
I > Solicit shai- of t' iiblic
They haven't yet determined how a ;e i
their families and spend some time Miss Alict1 Bullock, who has been and relatives. Mrs. Conway was placed in a wagon and brought over

[\ there The lake is ever becoming visiting for the past three weeks with twenty-two years old and Miss Cox: many trains it will take to carry the ; to the city. and the sight of the patrtma"f'" ,
> from the Standard Oil i mon-j
morn and pmor" popular. Miss Sue Anderson, will spend this) was fourteen. The death of these I $29,240oO' ster aroused no end of .

week with Mrs. L. R. Chazal. two: sisters was a sad and lamentable Wall street vaults to the government'streasury I I vas driven around to several places |; Mrs. Kilpatrick, Prop.
unless paid in silver. In
Mrs. J. M. Jackson and children left incidence. I of business with the crowd following. 'i
such event there would be required j ) lIJ1wllulI. Fh.;:
t visit to Dron-
this morning for a short and finally was turned over to the ;
which they will I Mr. and Mrs. Sistrunk and son came 177 flatcars, with a capacity of 33,000
BOO and Ocala after Card of Thanks taxidermist near Stevenson's Hogan ---
1 down to the beach Friday night. Mristrunk's pounds.
fo northward on a visit to the Jamestown Mrs. T. II. Wallis desires through and Forsyth cigar srore. This Buggy Ohm
I host of friends at the beachare It would build five first class battleships
Exposition.-Miami. Record. he: columns of the Ocala Banner to "Here it was on exhibition for ,'y-
PClCB
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delighted to see him so much bet or a new subway for New York
extend her sincere thanks to the good eral hours. and then the taxid,',-mist:; 5000
ter and hope that his stay among us ity. I '
The steam rook crusher has beer people of Ocala and Gainesville forthe began his preparations for mounting
will prove very beneficial. They were It would yield a perpetual income I
moved from the court house square : many acts of kindness and it. As soon as this task is comp.t..d.the 1This
Mrs. Arthur (;
also accompanied by of $4027 a day.
old baseball lot on South Thinstreet thoughtfulness and the messages oi I great fish will be placed on fbiition c
to the Cobb, who will spend several weeks It would make 914 tons of silver dollars
and keeps bass or baritone tithe condolence sent her in the hour ofiier I Iit > in this city. .
with Mrs. Sistrunk. requiring 314 teams to transport a.
shrieking treble of the steal great bereavement. "Rivermen and fishermen: are at a -:t ::
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mill. Why tolerate then loss to account for the fish appearing o
planing build 2924 homes at $10- I Iso
It would
? :Miss: Annie Sharpe, who has been Dead in His Bed far from the mouth of the river. |
nuisances Found i it our "Georflla" >al top busfty, baaintaneii.
several weeks in Ocala wither tll i ort each.It --pei
spending One captain stated that the only Jewish j ,hot. n .1 i r.. f;, J bI I C', iar: I li, .g di*
J... \J h i Mamie Blalock of Valdosta aunt Mrs. J. H. McClymonds is Last Monday morning Mr. Thomas; is the income for one year at1 I he ha-1 l seen caught this far from i mcespmdleba-! --1.."; genuire father upolsteredstatami -
Endrican in the employment of the +. iOo. back: body plain blat r.; gearrewster"
lady of Mrs. E. K. Nelson for afew per cent. on $371. tr".t I '
Ca a most attractive young the guest he ocf-an was eight years ago and II rrtnor "NewYnrk" rod complete
\ of her uncle She will be accompanied Carmichael & Son Co.. was found It is about :2 per cent of the national with double bract'1 shafts at $"-).}): this j'r-i: n.taibatrn.oo.
been the guest days. hat not as large its- .
who has 1 one way We car-va orr.plete lire of \> 1 v'les
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Blalock., home by little Elizabeth Nelson who lead in his bed. Mr. E. was formerly debt of lt "G. liay's catcfc." ypstH'1 We would be pk-a-J to ha1 e you wne u, f. i "ureillustrated
and aunt. ,
cata.o5.mviagfall di-tail.! f'r
for the past few weeks has gone tc I will spend a week or two with MrssleClymonds. a telegraph operator and at one time It is ;35 cents: for every man. roman I II'I'IDa io ic.1alor'Ft erialctteronthi! ; ;vL." Wt

Misi in the service of the A. C. L. road. and chi-d in the whole countr Ifill m.e it to yr..nro't.: .
cousin.
visit her Cheapest Thing on Earth
far b
Gaim'sville to JJt a ;tc: ? j card and ask ; >
homoMr i, It TJiouli j ake. i\.j';. ]; (f street laborer*, ; 'Ous -oJw
It
I eatakg.
returning take
More Any man can a newspaper.
Louis' Nixon :\11'Y.. H. Clark was recently at St. I wrk out the'amount.I .
I A of the younger crowd on UUt'11' to i" "h-1 cleapest thins you can :H1}". Ev- An\ersoiOTiard\varc\ C' .
party
I rtershurg! and while there uaseuptf.i : : 'j ia the! annual revenue of Mexio: 'I. er :
and Mrs. H. M Hampton xpt''i: the !teach enjoyed a moonlight launch: I. HY me a hen lays an egg and carki J'gJitfl;, -' ***f .l t'PvilluJ*k>L.f C.: t

an.] Halifax. Mrs.itsey : TO try a homegrown specimen It is nearly one half the capita: ofhe ... is for that w.'.'>k. / Atlanta, Ga.I'errv .
.. ,>1'I bnak tip housekeepins; : rule Friday night! : an the I pineapple. That was enough. Heias i \: = pap--r paid Itj I'. I.
Bank of EnclandIt _
b.arl'h! Mrs. C. A. Li.ldm.! onnklawaha ; of' D-:>Lan antI Hiss Ethel :: {'..-':- :less; ; then a po"'?'sre sranij}-!essL.tii ,
,.liI, other kind since. an I had no inearly: one-half[ thnuhVr! ofi"tr
a\ .'uu". They win l ron: : Ro )iU-lJn oi Ocala chaperoned the I -\> receive or fend a let'f-r. It !
the office < ay.in.l F4urnett
.\ ere m expre-s: : yeser :!.ollars in <.irrular t'n.
in the ?.'t-oui! I ( 'Lts to YO' t'vt'ry,1\, rain or ; ,
attrar.n. home; p..try. ui ?he deliciouses i :'. W
t T saw a [J'IX : -? I It is t'\ ::ntypin1In; s thcapral !
hine. calm tormI) matter
or
',"-H': I 1, )' mar'to 'MrW. H. Clark Stuck of the Stan.lar.l.! Oil Company of I
Ii I Jr. down Sat- what 'layf.--!!?. it nters your door! a. Merchant
Frank Ham: cane i determined
? ooh ry.'i a He is Sued.
ant
I. ; .1 It: :!a na, corporation unhine.1
daughter. r-lcon! friend full of .
and ,
ie
with
Mcher{
Mr D E. nflali t to sptnd ten days hat M 1'::. Clark shall not want for It is 47';3 times the; annual salary i iI
returned lond:1.Yffl'l.l I Mala heer and interest. It opens: the door I
:MN-. Fettle Hay I his mother and sisters. Mr. something good whale she is away. jt Judge: La .'1is imposed the ,
t take Weir. Miss Mclver will i Hau htou will come down Tuesday I : wt.J" of> the great world and puts you face Tailoring.
[iae.-Meiuphis News Scimitar.How :: 'I'
to Geor a for a T1Su -I during his stay of the I II to face with great events. It is your
m a f 'w days go night! to be his guest Mr. E. C. Welsh president I

iu relatives. I at: the bl"ach.Ir.: Tom Harris will Northern and Southern Company atCornell many friends of a candidate i adviser. gossiper and friend. Noaan

I also come down Tuesday night to I II whose mill was recently I for office does it take to make a Iegion -i is h just to his children who does Ocala, Florida.)

Mrs J. G. Fleming and children and I spend a week at the beach. turned was in Ocala yesterday and ?Tampa Times. Only one hisawn I not give them the local paper. Nonan Finest
who does notake Imported and;
himself
her mother is good to
and
her ester and children, le says the company will immediately lone self is enough to make a I Domestic Ctoth '. .

Mrs. Fleming are expecting to The fish have been biting splendidly rebuild. Good: These are plucky legion when a bee gets into his belmet. -i newspapers.For

the "Ocala colony" at Lake Weir ly the past few days and there young people and never say die. This kind of insect is not the an Impaired AppetiteTo .' Cutting a .-1pe<"iaJty

; "join later on may go to Seabreeze. have been some fine catches made. natural bee, you know; if he is a good Improve the appetite and to Fir Guaranteed.

_,._..; L- Mr. Edward Green caught some beautiful Mr. Richard S. Hall has received stinger and gets in his work at the tengtb n the digestion try a few

)1r. J. II. McKinney, who Ocala has for and a} I trout in the river several days his new Cadillac automobile. It istht' right place he can make you think he I loses of Chamberlain's Stomach and HANDY MOTH PAPERA

number of years resided in I ;o-being the largest: trout that have fastest running and finest ma- is a legion sure enough.-Bartow Courier Liver Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seltz of Detroit -
of Mario:: moth destroyer and disinfectant
member
ig a prominent Savannabja. been caught this season. :foe that has ever been seen in Informant. Mich., says: "They restored my Placed under carpets, or in the folds

Camp U. C. V., has gone to Dcala.Mr. appetite when Impaired, relieved me lof furs and clothing, it drives away
will make his future of moth and worry. Twelve sheets IB a
he Mr. J. Fennimore Cooper Grisss
.. where will regret Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Doyle of ot a bloated feeling and caused a packet, carriage prepaid. 10 cents;
/ His many friends here Walter Briggs is now day Pensacola is going to be a candidatefor if druggist doesiot
bonds Sanford, who were married at Perry, Peasant and satisfactory movement sIx packets, 50 cents,
hi to learn of SiS: permanent removal Sea- clerk at the Ocala House and Mr. W. congress from the third district have it.
with him I Ga., last week, spent Sunday at of the bowels.1 Price 25c. Samples Vladigan Powder Works, Selection 809
from Ocala. Success go breeze Mr. Doyle is a well known 3. Knight is night clerk. against Hon. W. B. Lamar. II !ree. All druggists. x Clarksville, Iowa.

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THE OCALA BANNER : THE AMERICAN EAGLE. FREEDOM OF THE PRESS RESTORED i PROHIBITION IN ESCAMBIA ,BRIEF HISTORY OF ELECTRIC I Mr. Bullock Says Marion Will Go Dry

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I LIGHTINGi Overwhelmingly \
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I The agitation of the prohibition is- "No, Marion county hay
FRANK HARRIS, Editor. I J i nor! yrt

P. V. Leavsngood, Business Manager. State sovereignty has scored oncemore sue in Pensacola and the effect now .\ hundred years: ago in experimenting called another 'wet and
r electrical! phenomena many said the lion
with Ray n
in its contest with the federal being made to have A ""'I'too and "dr)'" J Bulok+ !; of
... luminous effects were noted by the. Ocala at the Aragon last night. '
T!. q'-'J: <'i. ;i: .:}; o. of powers that be. -Such
I + Triv = :::It? election called in Ecsambia count and but the I
+ experimenters physicists an election cannot be called
-\ILt'r'an: "a.a .*- !- t '< until tap
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j' ww !
F N exc ting It will be remembered that Judge I moves the Pensacola Journal to treat: actual history of electric lighting. so 'i I years shall have elapsed face
fortcontinent: and is tie
causing
more Pritchard
or l les.interest, recently went so far as to the subject at length on its editorial I.+Ii .if far as the public is concerned, datt'sback I time of the last test of the !sort.
and by of j That
way ;au- issue an order that
the
thority for using the female eagle as'' two cent gas'- i page and is most temperance and jud-i i i only to 1S;a. In this brief space time-if I am not mistaken-is qq.
enger rate ruling of the comi i '
railroad
an emblem! of nationality this fame :; mission of the "jeial! ) spirit The Journal announces of time the industry has developed nearly up. and you may rest eluted;
state of
Virginia j 1
pa.agtfrom :Milton's "Areopagitithas should itself on the hdn'" side, but is strong ,:'and grown beyond imagination unti I that when the test is again made,
not even be mY
; published m the of central 1
been cited | lr today there are thousands I county will not only go 'dry/
: opposed to an election now as i it I but .
| newspapers of the state. In ; go
all the
t and mil
isolated plants
a "Methmks I see in my mind a :no- long history of fedral (I feels sure that the pros would lose j! stations and it by an overwhelming majority I '

Lie and puissant nation as ion nothing more impudent court aggress- ;I Pensacola is a seaport city and its,1 j ; lions of lamps scattered over the en- know," continued )Ir. Bullock;, "that

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sub-
an eagle more !I a'tire' earth. that is not the general
mewing her mighty couth : versive of the fundamental freedom population cosmopolitan and such impre>" on \%

and kindling her andazzled I community has never been known to II ( The Arc Lamp regard to Marion county, but.
eyes at of the of nevertheless
{ FRIDAY. AuGUST 23 1907 : the full midday beam." j recorded people and the country has been I vote out the saloons. Even if the J I! Sir Humphrey Davy of London. was you will find that f I am right. :
a of
I wave indignatious '
--- - i!! The New York Sun, with its ace -! swept over the United States. The n country districts gave a "dr) major j(!'the first to experiment in electric ,It is not alone the plain, old! .fa-hioa 4

Senator Ma.ory; is an announced ;, corned acquisitiveness and know edge.[ | liberty of the press was assailed from I ity. which is not certain, it would not Alighting''view.1 l' with andefinite object i inj I'I! 'country people who are against the

candidate fur re-election j I expresses a doubt whether this s aould I a quarter and in a manner l least ex- !(: be able to overcome the heavy "wet" The dynamo was then liquor, traffic. A large majority ol

II; settle the matter of the sex of the ea- !i pec ted.. It was about the climax of I' majority sure to be rolled up in tbe I|'were dreamed of, and chemical batteries i I(Ocala's business men and eniiov! ,' i

Dean Swift aid that no man wanted ; gle, however and proceeds to e upha-! federal oppression. city. The Journal says: i in general use. Davy construct I'l of labor will vote 'dry.' Then, age

to be old and yet no man wanted ,I size "the more particular statem, nt 1 But in the meantime the I "Instead of calling for an immediate -!I led a battery of 2,
to die. Man is a paradox. of a certain :Mr. Drake uttered 1 Virginia has been taking governorwith election if the executive commit jthen!! in use, and in 1S09-10 demonstra- county-phosphate upf'rator.-,, nirpearino .
I IU. a vivo
great solemnity and apparentlyon ,un-OilS stand ?*% wr!::Ir.i ,..-v .-W.:. .-*nf'.*L_,,.,,., 'i tee of the Prohibition League will,: t ti t'd the first crude arc light. He atlhe -1/ men and mill man fon"ralh' W...

t. jlt.>troi is uuTille trial in Jacks der authority tha when: Freedom baa meat of -the--new- -<:1--rate- law.u.U.l.U ,j' simply issue a public notice to ; : tached pieces of charcoal to the terr 'jlieve! that their interests-will h.:"serr- j

for the murder of Harry Parker: I" composed the American flag by .,;etened! by the success of the Strength-governorire' j effect that six months from now. o ;I minals of his batteries and when. theyI Pied!| by: wiping out the >aioun IB

which occurred at Mayport several l; ting the stars of glory in the azt Glenn's; victory in North Carolina, the one year from now, they intend c:all. ,i crude carbons were brought near toe Ocala we have seven barrooms and

weeks ago. j i robe of night and striping the milkjbaldrice : >' chief executive of Virginia has made mg an election to vote on the qu, :-. each other a bright spark was pro- I do not believe that closinff! th.-m will

I of the skies with red turn of prohibition. : dueed and more than half the volume!
streakings ;; very clear that he proposes to uprohold thereby givin 1. i I work any ultimate injury to the belt

The Pensacola Journal says thatj I' of the morning light. she! p: : the laws of the state and. realizto the liquor men a chance to get" out Of of charcoal became ignited to white-'I I iI interests of the town. On the contra

the telegraph needed' to entrust the !IfUbanner !! business with little! loss ;' ne-ss and by withdrawing the points. /
operators are right in !, ins this fact. the railroads:: have de as as poss; i. ry. I believe thatit will!] be a benefit

their contention and wants them to an eagle of the male ?
win out at every point j|opinion: I dom to j! men could court end and what lid took place! through the heated air, | vote that myself
j come to terms They: ar way and! shall do aft
: "Then from his mansion in the sun. eoj! not possibly= do the: cause of prop.?li. : producing a most brilliant ascending!, in
agreed ha
: : if they are given a rt'aSOIa.lt' :- : my power to carry the 'dry' ticket

The "unwritten law" is now obtaining I She called the eagle bearer dml : time: in which to make: arrangement !I', ion any harm. If thewill. do tbi i:" arc of light. For over thirty years, .t' when the time comes."

in Europe. The South is begi. |! And gave into his mighty hand will he Journal will: enter into hearty ai?'or until tbe discovery of the dynamo When asked
'
; ?: they put into force the new ( what he thought of the
:.'og to set the pace, especially lB'The|! symbol of her chosen lauu." : : cord with! the plan to vote Escambi the arc light thus described was anj j
o
ln'From cents rate law. pent ;ng the final I chances in Putnam county in this .
c" ., -tions of "honor." this the Sun is rather incr.ned ; decision: of the courtly dry-regardless of its min ,:;;\ expensive laboratory experiment. In con.'jnection.
courts a? to its coasti- i Mr. Bullock said : "I believe
to the opinion :ha: Mr.. Drak?'s (;; turionalay. j ices as to the success of the mov.t ISH a French scientist hit upon thejap. I I that Putnam will also go 'dry' when

After cogitating three months Senr opinion; supercedes Mr. Milton, and : !nve: .: ':ti this agreement: was theW '' nt'nt-anJ the proposition will! plan of using the deposits in gas re- i i the time comes."

?' Daniel declares that a ."':.. I .-..-- prevails: ntl! it 5:1111: br11r. O\'er:1;. j ;' LeOtr-r.: ::> 01 coarse Of publishing, peal, we believe to that sense of f air'[ : tort: in place of the charcoal and i I Mr. Bullock, who is a lawyer in

: candidate should Roo e\ ....]t." ness which is the= first = and contin- ac- -
be n :.' :' : ,.jr. =: /he new rate in tbe ; so characteristic of t the ; produced steady !'th'e
| in
practice Ocala.
newspapers, a n .. is here on
"
.. ..t (1. nor too conserv ti\ Judge Pritchard American people. :,juous light. In the meantime Prof. B/! Dra'
has consequent::t'' fessional business. When last
BEING A CANDIDATE FOR GOVtR- teen con jelled by force j The same paper sees the sha k w .\. Stilln-an.! Jr.. and Dr. W. H. Good'ilast i I titS.
of circuni-; I night he was
.: .!. Temple Gr, .. NOR IS EXPENSIVE. j "least I by = struggling tQ.4
; : a: .. .. stances coimns everand: says : ; were experimenting along the same '
; :o iiodify his rjer He has. with
.... away a big dish of spaghetti
t-(" '. --:; de : ;" a. .' ::. i therefore. :: f And wfc,: n all!! i is said and done it lines in the laboratory at Yale CoIn a
I actua"j been grnrroar +a' 'a Caruso, in
Reddy's
,
It 1- place in
: .\.d' a :. .. w n estimated with ail : + is: an almost foregone (conciuri! Jt allow
enough to me:
newspapers; to with Ion Farris
'. : .. 1j.it t. i.r; ... : .. entjrd" :. tLat Governor Brow4 1'\:1.-! : ttt'ra:6, I that the whiskey business! will! h-5 s; who used to
i I,. ..' .. .. i : as the law d ; hold forth in Ocala himself, by the .
: .. l"i
J.lit J- ur .. :- : : eii'nsts wtre at Tvoti. i ted out of Florida by cons : ., c"1 v
'. !' '. .. :"-as" '. it- may not nave i! jJrohl'it:1! --- -Tim.s-r nloD. in Hotel Corridor -
: :;.p : paiiiat :! I It :i" jusuch orJr-rs as that of within the n* : :1"g

; ..:. i l.aM '. : .. .' ti b'* {\''n! f'AfVJT out ->'rays. The next lesrilatur
( T'; ;::':' p: ::d:. :',l. ):;!,::IL :
--- Ite .. t iO .. ", _.* lu him"ef L't ticaily: certain to submit a
f : t : .......1! : : .. '. : ::eitapalrr: :' iron: : jijljl:' h-.rg: ire t, : a History of the Negro and
t ::.aa CC :. : : a"t: 1 been ,.. :ani-n: nvnf: to 'he! people! /
r.t-: W iL-: :nb.re: .l> .!Ilar r,_ .-17.
: i':.- ci:< "JJU" : l", =,s ::: _1.u .. .... :and wiTh+ ":, out of the Foucault'A Wants Information

.. ', ,t. :..3n '" : T-e Clrcul" ,1er: th:: li.er.asanst. the court? and the rail-;! i'!,* state: JOW dn\; T;- Washington. D. C.. Aug. 12. 19f1j<

I : ..' Tc. ... '" .-. 71 ,'. reads.: ;; The average man can tee no'' /o the Editor Ocala Banner:
!.iY' : .- T. .',', : .:. For: '-I"r: : f..... ;. -.... -- OU t fj.
: .' ida ... Dear Sir: I have
.: : <:< : cau >'rust :" : iwit :- :s undertaken the

-.... .- a _''': -ManI' ;:...( ::to :.. ;' ::.' ;tg:- : ... <:. :.:; :;. !'1 I preparation of an economic history of

er.: can. .. '.t''u ft'3.CJ .i.d. the negro and am asking the aid! of

". .. j Southern in
'- printote : : ?: i ..-: '-ruoci 'st papers the preliminary ti

1 '." i. :':.lK: .d .nuc" 'f a- % : ... -; i-ail c < .. -. ......r=" to ? i 1 work of locating and spouring original -
len :
-a ..:.:: : a rrs: .: .l. .v.rti ; material. f
yoi! : ': ; : *- w< -"..:. ..11J : gees i
..( t:>. .:.'> :;,2t; 1c- -. :-.4 is SOOL '" :. tb".rtIl. .,. : = at .- *-: fT'-j.' I I The plan of the work uecessarily

executed. His case went before -.'.r r print: \k..! ('us: jl": Ail ano ... : pityingL j j j involves a consideration of the life of
'; lamps
supreme COUrt, which upheld the verdict $lid : .;' r r. '- (' .(L'l't"s, .T: fjijing in Paris. The weret first :i I IJd the Southern white people. I want
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of the lower ar .vjdn.: in,. u !I.L such information
court. The ne groins ; N -A :u this tl as is to be found to
I .,,es. and Judge Pritchard ii.d on of lamps in Eng-L;
protests his innocence. time i- i.a;> tje n< ---a'y mac plantation books and records of ll
.- wisely in modifying his rema. made by E. E. Staite at I
paign :-.g: ten i.. :.:;L-. especi ble rland. and descriptions; records of factorsand
/ order.-Atlanta Journal. during the next four I
And now it is up to Putnam county j for tl r-inn.ng: In1 -coni primHere other exhibitions followed. In merchants; family records. diaries,

to vote on the whiskey question. An .- ., ..;;.t; iten.: '.f f.,. ""1 and c nk Clark Has An Eye on the Thomas Wright of London I tie'
election has bees ordered to be hi ld'candi _'- r.a= notrailed de-I'i 'character throwing light bel
? j ernor's Chair d a lamp in which the carbons on ante- -

there September 13 for that Pnt1m se. !Imiie, j'u.; ;: a hotel t-:.;. 'A reason re automatically adjusted. In {i reconstruction or more recent
hisimps
The Palatka News published at the: ):I to the :-L-aiid: of one ox a horde: c the carbons were cut in discs ,economic conditions in the South. I'I'lum

terms county in seat favor has come out in strong/ I''! hundrr more grafvTransportatior : .-. >d revolved slowly by clockwork as j! I am anxious to locate such material

of prohibition. : and to
f Expenses. as consumed, I I correspond with persons "

A r"J j a:'i : iiiil" 1.-: rC'; ;t-::: S j having its custody and with those

"The day is coming" ays.n:1 i :. take :. .;.. tiuii. tano '- ;o Ptr.::: c Will! j whose personal knowledge would as-

Doyle. "when in a t .. 7:: be a Candidate for ReElection "isist i i in its
g'-a' we- : l ri : car.o. '. .. : "iI: interpretation. The South

sis, you Americans wi:: find f:..,' t''ctt; : .. j i is full of
Y''l ;: : : ; C : ....,; a ; r such material. and I shall
have no natural friend arj-mg '. <'1"J; : 'He' Sun conts'1 1
r.:: : :: :1 grateful to you and such papers

lions save your own.u.; the A '.D .
'" : ;"" ; : C'J may assist me in locating its pres-

from whom you are .. ', ...., .. .
---ms: : : : uti :\ :: whereabouts and ownership by re-

l the last" they wjl; bt':1: >.s. .c' :tr..i-! L'l: ; .... : ,; L: :::.:\ .iijcing this: letter. '..

side. ;11..1 fl.. -. .: ; .1,'; .','. : .:.,: pt e.a : 1 may add thar I am a Southern \:' ,
I
I II ;..r,. a :. ,.,... __ ._ _.,. ....> Of r man. and :hat '
interest is
I "u".u 1 .. my genuine.
!! >
.J. in atF na. . ? '
nu. ra 3
..: ; judge Steu'art rna;, I. :\ t' : t.:1c-b.-; : .... i.j :. ....... f'T not i wni he a candidate. 'i- : '!!jrjun! r-f Piihljc: In- Very
:.ui;" A ;;:-::dinz rinz-n of truly yours,
I J. newspapers of :Ma: :: I oaroonrernfBE ', n.I'\\ .. ... '......." .. .._ Tampa, v::hn I "I 1 am happy toay rhv my 1l'-alrh : ,:: jr. IlOiluway End i those who
:!1l- wan: .\!:an'a -.-'-' A. H. STOKE

i I ; .1'...r,... ar.<. .t ;,,eJ l':1; .... ._':'n-'l'; ", .-," ;'? v'a" ?t.* 'Y!.? >'r'3v.aid;o-jghT: "y that hay i improve; very r;,urh of ;are and !::::jh';:: ot'j-5'ar; ,.(- Cull in t:.v commg ramlas'u tat Third St., X. E. Washinston. D. C. -

fense: to the prupric .'. !ii.: o : :.:.a: l.'.-. > .. ..:, :'. '. F'ar i know of no Iran why I *!hv..J] r.r-; !r/rFPnraily." cf the
:.rr- : :\ : nor.
: .a'r: : \i in j'. h.'ii1: v S" .
I .... :. borhood+ in t;> ,' "i. .. .1 1 ... To .,' 'i': : :: e'a.r: i. i.:I!>';p. ,,1;'. ::
hJ : 5' : -.. _. ... it\: eii.ll tirF .. r :.r. ".! "'-.:.. f-., p'-oj-er! t.:::: }tJ<> r, a'h ?o roT.or of j h'lrfor
;
'I Hme to h\r :.J''s : .. -3 : .,:..: e, '.. .r. lite : : a'.'.'IE,7 :i'.1:: c'r: in the -h-i ;JtrJlo.-f-] of {condua.n: The larze.
: : ? att.itr -:;a'a! : ::: apr 1 ; city in the world is
was: ..
; r.v
I t his shin t>3iv\p.-. -m : ',, Uk,3':: j-rs'achini'! : for ''' r. '':;'ar.ii.a;: 'i( r. of t':c : London
: .i pi : \Vjih; eachf-r<
f J. ] : ui : lefou: ui ;L::: !I.-- \-I;: rt--jn hpOiiTion:: u.any: "hnnk;;? ; of whir b has a population equaling -
i. in some other :.,.' in c:,',ifor Lf : !- :? :-.pip! >: r X-rmal. '
,
,
't sections it is i .:. u: exlriaea: : but culLe: ot t..eiijr---' fosjrfc! a : intf-re-t wcich your! l iK: r at -. a-kea him ] the combined populations of ParK
.
good form. ', p'lrj.ofMr. Clark'ion s ,in2n.f, r-car-lin:: ? U.natter..
'
\1. aireiy --rz. I am i
t ; tjeCl.a! ltsUt.i: &s d tcannuizucrnnt .' -. EJ":and and Frarjr, are both vary tni.'y. etr-. Trintfrviw! Berlin. St. Pett-rsburr:: and Rome.

1 lari. and if all! of ,vnshoaiJ .:nz n.Kiif ;;n'isaai< arainnjen's. "Y01..r'I!I', ,inThe was frank and to the,1 Is; treafs.: placed in a row'could

1 Hon. Frank Adams is all to the thn ;: ;g--t tlia! : muca apiece, Ei'\ard: is i a student: in a medical "S. R. rfpre-enrative at once reach around the world leaving a bit
collesrp 1 J!.a-i known
good bur is always just the total KoulJ be $ial' TALLORY"f' his mission:. and over
a little sop > : : in BaMnw! anal! Frank will pn- ;j the eel nest- long enough to reach from San

l omoric. For instance, in his last. Oil it takes a bratman to ri4!. in i tt- :r the: : !law ra! ?.= of the : Education Won state superintendent TO: be Francisco to London.
Fniversiry frank
t outburst. he says: "He whose bosom ::'the primaries for govtrnor of Floniia.r'f: : Ora_ :' in the fall.-A'laira Coc:titu-of General J. Franklin Bell who was 'i J "Mr,in his rc piie.;. ;'! The largest cave in the world is the '

would not swell with pardonable/i>and when: we consider the: courage Tlon at the head of the artillery! and in- didate} Holloway. will you be a can-, Mammoth Cave of Kentucky. length

pride." That sentence would Viand sacrifices required t antry school; at Fort to succeed yourself for j! is
have/j/ we :hmk all 1 Leavenworrh. -ciioa" j the po- : ten miles though to explore its av'enues. -
of
been regarded as elegant in the last1 t j the candidates: for that high office /,"> out the New Postal Card K an., was :r.vjrf-d to a dinner given in lie state superintendent of pub- [ grottoes galleries domes rivers

century, but has no kinship with our i j ought to be elt:<:lt"d. Postmaster:; Crom the cause of education. When time ins-ruction:" he was asked. '' t and cataracts would entail a
says that "I ,
ti prosy, practical age. I And after a man has won on and intere.-t' will be taken in the new general 1 came for the speeches many of the ,' -i hagh'foD shall be a eandif ate." he replied I journey j of 150 miles. CI

]1t 1I I got the office, what is there in it for.de. 'r of Postmaster; General Meyer or-effi educators were called upon and glori-! ,; clean( the people a good, fair.1!I The largest existing library i is: the "I

The fourth trial of Caleb Powers on L !] him but worry and vanity and vexa- fective August 1 providing that' the
( the charge of lion of spirit and abuse from time came "I have been Besides, it is the {f 1
those face -
conspiring to kill Gpv.1 ;! < side of a postal card be interested unbroken :four miles of shelves, holding fourteen -

.; William GOt'bel was hnrurorgeiown. .. _. :. eD l: who ought! to stand by him? ; vi'for
= Q .. .. .... .._._ placed approx-:-'have: this stare to thousand books.
Here
j" nnp In!>" ...h. .. .1. u said about give a cabinet l
ivy. W&e em or a : ---- -- --- ---- "U VUUU L .run imately: one-third of the distance education he said, second official a'II Th? largest room in the world under

r. conviction, the de\.jjfjse exfcts to governor, if he had a million dol-)- from the left end of the postal "still I think that out our way in the term. one roof. and unbroken is
"Are by pillars,
the (lars and was ,, .. __ ; thes est, not so much you in a
carry sure of position
r case to th< Unite States, election.-Punta .f**.'.*: ..t. 1 store is set by it at this time at St.
*
1 Gorda Herald in- It'1i. uu i>w w used fur c' : .in tlu..> 1:'...,,..... to annQun rw a nlatfn._. 9" I Petersburg. his 620 feet long
It supreme court on a : the -- --- J. am remmtted .----- .AU. .... ..., _
Yd message the nd 15iJ fp
error portion to the ui LLr t .iA'", J+ : ;...
; right 11, "I am ---- "0'4<;; UO IUU I:> II -
a with the hope that the i story of the two boys in : not readto
Taylu to be used Omaha .1
pardon 'for the who. particularize gle
address : arch of iron.
but This used
only. In I is
I ]I room
shall
'
will be recognized and I He Likes McCrcary J addition regret to say, were ask the suffrage
playing
held'a1'i4 to this poker of the for
I
concession the JE military
Several of order j in a doorway ]people upon the I' displays, and a whole bat-
titi I the ,
leading using kernels grounds
states of of .
newspapers that |
I a very thin sheet of j cornc cessful a suc talion can manoever in it.
.1
Six witnesses testified in rebuttal !lof the state are "kindly inviting"Hon. !!! may be attached if it completely paper ad- j! j for, chips. During the game one PUShed "In administration." I The longest canal in existence is
H. H. : in / the
a bunch
; for the prosecution in the \V. D. Hay- MeCreary, editor of the,hares: to the card, and such a f of kernels and said, eventthat you should have : the Imperial canal of
China.
'I apposition Its length
Lt Gainesville Sun and rJTll bet you a hundred.' do you J.I
wood case at Boise promising their may bear { Til raise ? anticipate
both
t yesterday. Testimony writing and it an op-iis!i a thousand miles.
t given by full support if he will enter the ;; printing. : a hundred,' said the other. pressive campaign?" r
witnesses for the defense race Advertisements. illustrations! Til raise ,'! The
for governor. Mr. 1 or Writing ;; i that a thousand. I "I do not. Under | largest sundial in the universe
was contradicted on several MeCreary is a good may appear upon the back of the !; I'll see the thous- shall I no circumstances jjis I! Hayon Horoo.

q important points. The trial of C. W. newspaper man who has served in ;; card and on the left 'j and and raise it a million.' 'I'll raise indulge in abuse or vitupera a large promontory
t' the legislature third of too J.that: million 1 ion ; nor shall I extending 3.000 feet above the Aegean
for I
.\ the several a billion
railroad years from front. Postal : 'I'll suffer
agent charged! I i cards see the myself to be
bearing sea. In the
drawn i
this particles 1 billion into course of each day the sun
county and could and raise a
with perjury was: begun fill the position of you a trillion.' campaign of
in a magic ;i; glass metal mica, sand, tinsel The- i ." this charicter. -J throws the shadow
or
with honor other of this mountain
trate's to himself and boy was
court. dignity to other substances are stumped. He thought Ion
the declared to be I Professor one after another of circle of is-
sa state.lachu1 Post. I unsellable along time, but he couldn't Holioway has a
j except when remember made .lands.
---- enclosed t an .
in 'what | excellent i which act as hour marks as
came state
F Although prohibition has obtained !! ; envelopes: > with proper postage next, so he said, bitterly!: his superintendent, an surely[ '
)il Storrs Famous Editorial affixed 'take it, yon educated record will i as the figures of an ordinary
i t I in Valdosta that city is far from bt'- I The I or when treated in such a manner eon of a gun. ; great accomplish for him a di\1..
as i deal ---
Milligan Herald is There is should
.,' another for will a horse in l behave ,
lug entirely happy. The First Baptist 1 prevent the objectionable Stamford, opposition
{ l-io;
]mer supporter of materials Conn. |, the next
Mr.
Burr of when !
> church Is all torn up and the minister I the rail : from being rubbed off or : hitched to a letter box, campaign. The
road injuring ;; It is strenuous life is theme
commission eschews killing
which j
,, and deacons have resigned and i I echoes the I the hands of the persons l' business letters, yet chews: j' understood that Professor
i 4 I advice of the DeFuniak Breeze handling the : i love letters. She a former !! of Chicago at a tremendous rate,
in After
l if will set about erecting! another! build. ]m ails. I doing so the horse f state s superintendent while
+ now famous "Don't Do is said will also be the women oi" the city are increasing '
i i+ Ing and establishing another congre It, Mr. : 1tS// to possess what YE'terinarj'sur.geons ii' a candidate again.

, b editorial. But he will we I describe at "ecstacies" = their longevity *oy: the simple
gation. It seems of A
some the Merchant's
younger Life Dr. life
t Jacksonville Times-tnion. J. H. Rowe of St says Health Commissioner
Iq I members were guilty of the sin! of "You have some ugly customers I now Petersburg la Evans in
at The Pensacola reaping from a report. He declares thata
I dancing and times?"' Journal is In favor a lime tree
i were turned out !In opposition The fourth the few
people have a very elective! of prohibition, but is crop which !It centuries will see Chicago an
not in has
to the protests of the pastor and way of "Yes, but things even up." favor of ing the yielded dory Adamless
removing: undesirable making a test past Eden. Dr. Evans makes
deacons .. o3-:: "How ?" vote in Escambia year. He sold fruit
so coun from
this
cials in the
Russia. tree
"I have lots of ty for the reason that it believes all through last fall and win- startling statement that, during

pretty. ones'tF that the "wets" ter and this the last seven months
of
far will win out.a j spring, and the 1907. in Chicago
crop !i3 present about
valued at $25. 12,000 meL succumbed, as

compared to 6000 women. ,





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0 ? I) 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BUSY TIMES AT CENTER HILL NOTES AND COMMENTSA Colonel Henry Watterson is stii;[ BY THE SEA

o trying to idealize politics.

: What Rockier\ : Preparing for Fall Crops-Always report of a big pecan crop comes 1 Last year we paced the yellow sands

0o" Says.oiKHJrowini f Something Doing in the Land of from Texas. :, Over liiott orange trees were sei t Beside the restless sea;

.'o"o" o the Grapefruit and Pine out in the \"icinitof San Mateo last: !' held in mine your tiny hands,
:
o In all this financial flurry where is !
0 Center Hill and vicinity are commencing week. | And drew you close to me.
I anti I Tom Lawson'After ? I
o' L
: t : Ht-avier rrillnno, to get busy again for the fall I Ii !; I marked your blushes come and go,

.4" l1.t.s un the filiation. and winter crop vegetables.. Many i The Live Oak Democrat doubts-ii! The sigh the smile the tear;

Q I of the growers have egg plant tomato ;i prohibition the next great I II the senatorial timber of which Park: i i The words you whispered soft and low
; i will be made tobacco. .
fight
on
V
t"1''rwai.d tr'7 II q 'I... t Irrrlnuf" F 1,,". lJdt'r" =O. and pepper plants in the seed beds I Trammell is made of is sufficiently i i Were music in mine ear.

; i o i ;..nearly ready to trnsplant and all are .I seasoned to fit a niche in the U. 1 S. ,,

0000 o C c 00,010Q.0oO.0.0010, 10'0.0:0.0.0: ; 'O; .OIOIQ.OOjOooooooooc; : I.La' I.preparing irrigation machinery for an The weather grows hotter, taxes; Senat The Democrat's opinion is We '.wo, were dreaming love's young

Mr John _It. Rot tete.II hibher. laws tighter, and thus we go i shared i!
-- bmany Floridians.-Lake
diacussirthe dream
I .
" UVI" this I early September start in the production
P | responsibility or loosen this yokeI marching on. I II
: tveent speech of Judge Grosscup.ta from his neck. of that which all the markets will I land News. I I Beside the murmuring sea;

which the latter I "We welcome when the cold and bleak I I Your presence made the whole earth
declared are
that the servants and not masters, If Claude were governor, how much
we who I II wind of winter has done its work of I "Hot biscuit passing away" is the I seem
wealth of the country la so widely distribute I are or have been engaged in of the map would Manatee county occupy

large business I destruction in the North. The following caption of a little article contributed 1! A paradise to me:
that i j affairs. It is to our vi- ? '
it is
really in the hands j tat interest that the country prosper, are growers not mentioned in last I to the New Orleans Daily States bya We said our love would never change.

ut the cit.dt-rately well-to-do says: that the week's article from here and whom household writer. It is correct. I! Would no abatement know
I people prosper. They can I Vardaman is not so much to blame. I II
"They can hardly accuse destroy 'the Packer man has since had the They pass rapidly away when they While life should last-it seems so
Judge i : us and our business. or at I He had Claude and Watson both for I 'I
pleasure of meeting at their homes: are brought in proximity to the average : strange
of least
GruMCup partiality to corporations j destroy our power of serving him.It.
''them. I Ii L. A. Hawkins. who will plant beans' I I man.Commoner.Every I 'Twas just a year ago.
We would .
or jfroa.t*. He baa shown very well probably suffer the t
least. and cues for fall cropsG.; W. Wilson I
j that Claude back of! j, I
indeed how appears was
widespread u the damage' who grows everything vegetables: endeavor will doubtless be Once more we pace the yellow sands
Love of Achievement"The I
: Landisdo
Landis. So what else could
.; resulting trom the prosecution thro' and farm produce in season; J. W. made to make the coming congressional I Beside the summer sea;
richest man can eat but three ?
prejudice >.t tne country's I meals Merritt who will have beans and cukes I race in this district a warm do not hold your tiny hands
transport J a day and it does not require a II
for fall shipment : W. R. Curry will I one. Jefferson D. Stevens of Marian- You do not cling to me.
tioa liD'iThe same applies t to,I : fortune to dress well or provide real It is a brave man who failed to be'1 1I i
ship beans and cukes for fall and na and J. Walter Kehoe of Pensacola I do not press you to my heart
though n attack on other lines i j luxury in living. The men who havei I crushed bsuch a tremendous inI' i 'I
of winter; R. B. Thompson beans for : would like to go to congress in the And kiss your snowy browWe're -
tadtutrv Jr i, worse than acquired the largest fortunes have not I debtedness. I
thought fall crop and a general crop in the I place of Congressman Lamar.1tadison strolling twenty yards apar
le*. :'o offhand | pursued wealth, but business success.
-a. that the wealth spring: S. S_ Thompson buyer sniper I [ Recorder. II' For we are married now.
and the .nii'i,.:rlre of the country are t': !' Had they desired money for the enjoyment "Government ownership" was one I II
and
grower will give his best attention
in the has I iof few of money, they could have I of Go"emorardarnan's planks in
; a neb men who I ( to beans for this fall's shipping I'I'I lit was a bold start L'Engle madeif TO THE BLONDE
j'stopped far short of their
spending
aloft i: iff. r. There is a direct : M. Cason will have beans for fall I Mississippi. he didn't have theproof to backup I _
[ i lives as they have in the struggle that I
fcjM to r:.u 'sands of frugal peoplt!. shipment and other vegetables in his exposure of the scheme to kidnap i Is it strange that Heaven

who havinv.t small savings i in I ensues The natural ambition of :-eason. Sherman marching through Geor him. If what he states is true i it i ii Should spend the time, anti
thent -ri.ris..". and the indirect ef. i, every man to make good provisions At Okahumpka Dr. .1. B. Wiginton.an gia" is not to be compared with"General reveals a bad state of affairs. Ifit is i. To center the glorious sunlightIn
I for his family be satisfied "
can far
feet ra' a. Mill!! other thousands ii- old packer reader has a fine 7-acre Prohibition's. not true he ought to be punished for your hair?
I short of the point reached by the big
wbu d."p""!''! in one way or another o saying it. The people will watch the
orange grove. :? acre in peach orchard Yet not so strange that Cupid Ljla: : ,
.1 men of the industrial world of to-day. I If the Governor calls an extra session -
upon 'he =iHe..ss of every industry and has this season; 2t: > acres of developments with m!>rost.-Sumter Has harnessed it, and with his dart
I But they continue to toil at their will the call in-
of the I
i legislature
The hur.n.of the country i* interwoven '' I 1 watermellons! from which he is still County Times.Dr. Has aimed, and fired,
desks because they love achievement. I "Little Peter' and those awful '
ur t,5! it is something like tht'C'lrrulatlt.n 'I I Chipping. having shipped a car July' !t elude : And lo: has pierced my heartMARTINEAUX.

t J f the blood in the bad; for the keen delight, increasing wheer :26, which no doubts bears the record i i telegrams. Trie of thezrlnral!:: : Department : .
I nothing was. and some time I believe. .
An taJIlr'r< an operation at onpoint *:I ,, for late shippments from Florida. ..T.e. iin charge of u.* experiments
.. people will be convinced that they are I who the end I Ij I-E.
?- and weakens the whole"H Thomas is another progressive Edward W. Bailey at b-ln:: r ade in oanii-[ r growing L. CARNEYTax

.>,Jft Not All in One Basket"Brf toiling for lore of country as well." grower and will!! save beans and cake s j i I of the pork corner in ls9! : found himself in tiu :?a' -unia and H :ington -

.-nv.; II) the financial situation When it comes to the attacks upon I for fall shipping. M Buradoff: an| S-U'Oii.naii, I in debt, has just paid -,.ctions ln.j.. i i r "le sup.ri; : i :. or the {I Collector, in Account With Ma-

Mr Rori-:. f.l.r!:! sad! : 'Ihim! and his associates Mr. Rockefeller other old Parker reader and champion I I the last, cent: of it. national: g.n ern'nt.. AM 1:1: :uate re- rion County

shows himself the philosopher He .
"Who i i- :. "!'" interest" in the ma; .1, wil! grow beans and cubes for i niy! per! '!IMa tra to: '> e thou-

ir-rial! I'i -> ..: sty of this country than I does not pretend to like the assults. fall and winter shipping i(1): one ever uuv>' i'<.tor L'En-r: !,- -.,nd acres !w.r! Sat-uni.i : :..:::.ts, ands 1907-

Ii ,. I am" i, nor does he pretend to haughty in.lifference At Madel l. F O et he SA ..> 1'.r the Oiaihec '-. :.: land :i- L. -w hear; :: <.', .. ..-Ml pre- County Schools

II "Mv :1' a: ,. nfl a'l! in one basket !' and he is not affectedly flippant beans a\1r1 tLlf ::- -, as :-t'r.U'.' i :-ratorto ;. a1!.tins eani.! : .." 'rees July 1-tncoliected..31. : .1:

I by autH.. ""PAt deal of non. j, in his oomniPn Put ho ii n"t n d"t.p ,; .",.!F. I By treasurer's receipt anti ;insolvent -

-- Dr. .1. II rr1 1h.li' "il" < ..iampi''>nue !list . . . ._ .1 ii

alone !lit- ,'trcd-ii :::1' ;' ti'e 1':' F.onda: It i.a! set its I

mty ( uHf..l l loyal upi r urh en\.p i O; erv :.in1.1)) .r' the tree I Aug. 1-Balait. O'' >llef'h'L.! i
I
favor 01 :'.'- anti .salooi.Gadsd : weE! fit;; :: >>it. :bTuiut' to Say at. t County Proper
.
.. :-u -'a.5, "dr> ." :.e very up t n.: of th,' Vaii hes they July 1-Unc.>::.". -,. : . . S 77SB'

.re In du-i.Ts ike aiar>.:' ::*. Thn treasurers C", r>: and 111-

e Got ei nor Glenn i> .id 'resent ( role !ebtiiiia'ni ..t$23. to -. tent Ii"r. . . 307.76

e William too. Bush -av nothing: a'mut: what >v 3, s sold

very well where they! '!h!rough the far::, winter ar.i j i spring. ; A1.::. Balance. uncollected..

)se we let ao at that. rue! tree is a" least fif'>en I..< in di.iiueter -. 1: County Roads

It Will; have to beraked to' :Mu'.v+!: Uncollected. . .$ 615. 3

Oil! :stock Saturday fell to i:rep the limbs from failing "eff.St'ttersburg By treasurer's receipt and insolvent

,-'! record level! on the NVvv Independent. list. . .-. . 615.53

.If .t..pr"ssh. .age, selling at 466 the : J .
r/r.v: sort
\ any tnt touched in many years. : Governor Vardaman is all right iihe Aug. Balance uncollected..
e 'lull! tint
( tearing each otu, : did get beat for the senate, for he County Building

it -..lwuldt1M evils have crept in dur- St. Johns county court house has a sure thing on an elegant job at: July Uncollected. . .I 410.46

-5 the marvelous development since':' pers .. Augustine is completed and I I.d.ndsowest I his old trade as soon as his present: By treasurer's receipt and insolvent -

the civil! war and it is not impossible Record says that it is one of the term is out. Frank Birdsall. one ol' list. . . . 41015
..:t I i plants. iwho >. I
not structures in the South. the big guns in Mississippi journal -
!3octefell.r that a few have crept in can we i was tv

p.-,. >t ..[ do away with them without destroy-' gettingpeppr : i-m. and manager of the Hattiesburg;. Aug. Balance uncolleeted..

"Wheu ing the whole fabric? Admitting, for i Mayes is the latest name mentioned Daily News in That stare wired the Poll Taxes, Etc .

trait( work for tu of argument, that the bn",'" gubernatorial honors. Mr. Mayes governor: th- other day a" uiows! : lu.v; 1-t ucolIeeted . .% 735.00

avoid this re;ponsiu Qatjp- a good race before but his vote "If you desire to resume jo'jrnalis.. Ex'1'1' collected . . 7.00

But I
willing TO :raw my share of econd ,, .
race. rm a- 2u'r! of Ili-s.sppi; thffuily $ 742.00

as long as I am able." :Ne" uff'-s ,-rion a B "'., .
: ;- : yon a ; > -i asur r rn: t and in.I

Lead Getting '1r* .. ohms: pa: ,:..dist themseltrs: .ditor! .in.. h'-f: :j' the .-:111.il.lry: von I ., ,:, "nt list. . . 742.00

"The fr-' -rep' I took m... wel. They: voted fur .. mid ha\'. >,Mt .yel! aI"!.i''i Statt>, .

gating m'.l!f to workingmen s. and It can not be sai''. .. nator." ,V.-- 's-Balauc.! n"nlier'tr.'. .

h..tir "f"aa-,1 ]Booked to me for em 1- ', OUS WJt; '11'e sheets ;t. Btfu:" f.u.; !: Bi' i1-1: .:.,' rh i Scecial Road

II 111'1 vn' j'i.1 investors who put iim I Ifht [ my o Apaa! hio! :.1! Finyaj .. ,cal!.." f'';" ';.'oriih ::1. .! 'esir'r_: i'. i.. -troti' !!]., ". ': . $ -- '52:

'.' !looked! to me for results i.1' he .. ------ '. I .
> "" !I 'r. ,
'! ** -ouiUitnded :>: 1:1'a: 'i. anravb" .tsur..r' :' and HIi '
.\r"r'' >>. p forward the load: wa: I suppose 1 migui &unc vum.time H--andhave WCUl" Uto--- < j From the \\ .u <1'0"r; : Yar..i1L.t: .. .: 'j u :iri: ,te Y.l':I -I. nt !htBai . 1 :: ,;
j my interests into gold at one by President Roosevelt, has only been:
btaI.f "* ''a workingmen numbers I held ou Le: \\vl i I1.i".i' you l ;," : >n'. v". ;' \lJ f ..::::, : T ite t! t ----
'. .* then a few hundreds i, taken my money to England or out about four months, ana is already: H J- i.lon.t-:: r.... .
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a f, a' ? where censor tt. m. : '- ,,n'an-. '" (.Li. :: P.'n .: .!. ,lit; "ft- ,! ,
some pleasant part of Europe in its fifth lilitf,)r:. It 1= also being '. -- -
tad' chdiinMr. o: "u. is i ,inee n.1 .. .
thd t fL.] !- ; ':al'll1:tri' -: .. (r! I' 11. Licenses
increase f fthe ii n[ Ifi:* i is organized to make things corn : put into Braille: n n*. for the idmd.: .
.. similar : : Journal -
Th 4 is a -A' .jnr: -- ---- -- -Tr.-- . 4)ir
who cool 1,1 fortab'.e! for the man with money. ,: .
*
ii !r 10- of investor A Dst ")uished! Vst: : .;;IJ-! a"! .:.
But, do know.that way of escape Mrs Rahrl! F'-fire A\ .rwho. i-
1 yon .
.
worke .
hold! tu- r. .!<'< .>um. While I 1' Tie Meirphis Scimitar Y- ;i.t The: f' :' .: ar. -:-.. 1 f0 lrralwlo : i" . toB'
< ,." had to work for thenajjo 1 a[ from tho responsibilities and emharrassmen's traveling in i'n Xonhwest. writes : : : ':i ,
for n" s ] the! democrat o Misipjr hl11 (I" 1' r" :':: ( ::1:('" ---
that wealth hrins to an that the prt'i'!In: ot he \Va-lrngton .
.1'"., .,,. iv. "M I.red from active busIness ;- l I.tirr.or'arrlanan a "cio-e s: ave''' thi.. W.. .. : ::1n \':;. .. ., : : I.anlr. \ _: 'i't! : .. IJHt; i ,
occurred to me. The Federation of'om. u's Clubshas .
American never State .
I I. that is.: from bu ines s ;\. -i. otat: to finish th> job .
: .1r( )\\ -y up \ :' -iI"- rh' .:' : ripr 'ifFori -" f Far.'tcu' ; :!
4- develop enough' th> Stat Equal Suffrage -
United State cannot just joined
"'. '*ie capital I have in"E"1ort11 t- and ihim a 'hair cut." ,,; '. Mr. .. "
f \ -' i: ::11. /U t.1': : : '! Coun :yl
drawbacks to make me lose the feeling Asociation. The rank a-ii fiie;
ai n'a'- work for thousands an d La:11r, i, .. tilt' :." r' .: '1 h. f ;;. T. S ,'r :r' Ct: .r'k (' : ,;Jt
if that there is no place like home of club women are still divided! ,i on the:
,.. portunltirs for thousands c Solt'h: : f' "n for. .,' thai r-. .. isa
opens >| Florida! politicians are now fish'ina e : -onII: :he ;01. .J:': + : bpr..l.y a ;
iand that i>> home in what I flrrnlybelieve suffrage question, bu; the leaders. .. ,
profits .
oth..r""f' their savings their: battles in the air and with air. many y..ars artor:1.. z. n" : : of his -.e and ('n-! -ita'fh.'T'Collector'.s n'' 'he
in thee the Cn-m-rai
of
is the greatest country from the president
bh I It is ime for the man bthind the gun state and being rt.. n.I'-! of the a"I"nr:i :-. fib Mar:'mTV f'jdD'
be found
world. |I i Federation down, are apt to
"No ': a',. with mon" v can e::;cap -.. to make his appearance.Apalachico- tare sited Start,3.,1': and cabi-' as thl.a-., appears upon the
| among the advocates of equal rights I
I I !la Times.Mississippi: net minister Lamar one of the books in my office.
where healthy;: i
The Trundet Bed. ed household strong South's greatest stresmen. Our dis-1! Witness my hand and official seal
in bunches ; A dispatch to the New York World
Advertiser, whose girls and lusty boys grew i Florida.this 12th of 1907.
tinguihefl'iiror represents day August.
Tk "', ;mery is being congratulatedon ;
i to
womanhood and manhood. The, reports that the czar plannin > -
; old enough *o vote in to Tennessee tobacco districts and conversation ; S. T. SISTRUNK
popeii r M .' r was Finland not following the example of )
of as
of date and it was dismiss the parliament
bed is out
trundle
to the war inC with him he revealed himself as a Clerk Circuit Court.
whp lp I cb..d away he dissolved the Rus- and retiring her ablest statesman
the folding bed being j summarily as
': I'U' an alino-jt forgotten as unsanitary as from political me.Atlanta Jour-1 i most ardent advocate and supporterof -14.. By H. B. Foy. Jr., D. C.
: "
he
li: th61. P\ shut out from the air and air currents sian douma. and that objects especially ;,
after 1
;
Ir
I'.st'hold furniture !: their specific interests was in -
,1H. pt been the couch of to the 19 women members. nal. ,
but it has YORK WORLD.
: their interests that he spoke and voted THEi\W--..
this fa"tu'n' who disapprove of all his plans to
bed may who to be statesmen the of the nefar- Tk'l't'i Ion.
the trundle many grew I Major Sebring of Jacksonville! in- against passage
"We suppose ; Russianize Finland by force. Premier -,I )'.....
looked upon as a thing of the past warriors, sages, philosophers orators I in the same sists that children should not drivei ious Payne Philippine Free Trade bill \ -;- ')
be Stolypin is reported
at least in the cities.! They used to poets and leaders of men. The! dispatch as expressing similar distrust -iI iI i automobiles. There are many and in doing so he -did not hesitate to"rebel" : Read Wher", the :'lQ-II/fISh:: Languages

homes and maybe modern bedroom contains no such article should be in against partisanship. He is SP'1.1'1ten.The .
be used in the country I of Finland. He said: "I have always -, "grown ups" who put \

y.t tr it they are often to be found of furinture. It should contain been fearful of trouble from this <: the children class.-Apalachicola i., one of the 71 "insurgents" who broke ( 1'hriceek, World expectsto

yet they had their little as possible of any kind. It '! Times. away from their party in voting be a fcer\er paper in 19u" that ever
in the CitY homes as Switzerland near by our capital. The :
where door contain only one person, not against the Philippine Free Trade bill before. In the course of the year the
especially should
autocratic
dvantase" less in sympathy with the czar's .
A small and comfortable and should have the requi- and has therefore been placed oti the' issues of the next great presidential -
space way :limited. | over two i ideas the women of Finland ;:<1 Editor McKensie of the Palatka
large enough of cubic feet of air for ( roll of honor by the trade. Any attempt -' campaign will be foreshadowed
wheels, number
bed on site i the better fitted they are for voters j Herald, now uses the pronoun "I" in ,I
sometimes four. bedsteads are too Jare. to resurrect the Philippine, and everybody will wish to keep "in
Most
and has [
; for two or three !each sleeper. | in a modern and civilized nation. : his editorial fulminations. He '
was sometimesvery the trundle bed days however i I Free Trade bill is sure to find in him' formed. The Thrice-a-Week World
to sleep on at night i! high. In :, 1 been a member of the "legislatur"land :I
the morning it have fared pretty san implacable and unyielding antag- coming to you every other day, serves
convenient. In theseem to j Dangerous Man ,; has sat at the feet of Editor I
under the par- I ''onist.-U. S. Tobacco Journal. :1 ail the purposes of a daily and is far
could be shoved back well. The rooms were usually not small i. There is one of the members of the ,. Claude.

.. Mt*' bed so as to be out of the way !' and even in the cabins, the open fire- 1 present state cabinet-Hon. B. E. MeLin I I Ii' cheaper.The .

during the day. thus leaving more place was in vogue and fresh air was ;!; -who will be a candidate to sue- I i,. :Mr. Hobson advises us that if he No, No! -j: news service of this paper is

room. In most of the country homes : not lacking. Few rooms and large j ceed himself in the primary next year were a Japanese statesman he would I The pastor of the Methodist congregation constantly being increased and It re-

there was little floor room to spare | families were the rule, and they bred I that the Commercial will take pleas- .urge war with the United States. It i in Louisiana has announced : ports fully, accurately and promptly

au largebeds for al the children men and women who have not since i ure in supporting. Mr. McLia is a.: is as easy to imagine him a Japanese I his intention to preach hereafter'I every event of importance everywhere

would fce in the way; hence the con- been surpassed. But the people live I careful conscientious and painstaking : statesman as any other kind of one. I in his start sleeves during the heated ,i I II In the world. Moreover, its political

TMtEoRt Uttle trunlUe.loJern: bed' better and know more now than they official untiring in his duties and we i -Atlanta Journal. I terms. To the ultra fashionable j jj news is impartial, giving you

low that even then considered of this church and sticker for frills and | facts not opinions and wishes. It has
'h are generally SO did then, and what were commend him to the voters -- j goer

if'h' .@ panted to use :1 trundle bed the luxuries of the rich or effeminate state and our brethren of the press | special wireless the News is forms this will seem an indecorous I II full markets, splendid cartoons and

there'would be no place to hide it, but are now necessities even '! who have not had the pleasure of the informed .that one Bradentown editor thing to do, but it nevertheless remains -' interesting fiction by standard au

were a great eonyenienee.Except. the classes. The good : intimate acquaintance with him that licked another during the past week. i i a sensible thing. Way shouldn't, thors.
th-t"Y poorer
among World's regular
remote districts the fifteen It's a pity Sherlock L'Engle didn't common sense be isployed in the The Thrice-a-Week
perhaps, in their virtues but they we have had for past years.
old days had I . is only $ peryear
t1'.e Chippendale chair has notpenetrated faults to which we The man that tackles B. E. McUn in have a state photographer on the worship of God aa well as in subscription price

where bed is unknown also had their had that this other things?-Gonzales (Tex Inquir and this pays for lab papers.
the trundle return.a5hviUe Ameri the primary will wish he not long scene so Interesting spectacle -
would not and the
It offer this unequalled paper
We
the younger generation. before that interesting event is over could have been assigned Its pro-

r disappeared to with the spinning can. for we predict that he is going to succeed per place In the Sun-llgat. AnywayIt er.No! No! The proprieties ought Ocala Banner together for one yearfor

bas reel. the winding blades, Jennings has himself by a large majority.- "taken" an editor to lick an editor. never to be outraged and the last 165. The regular subscription
the T. Albert !..OQ."nu .
wheel that Perhaps of the two papers Is $
bars should be the pulpit price
warming hold. Commercial. -Lakeland News. place
the loom and the tlat. just turned loose to get a better Leesburg
welt re,
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PLANTERS
DEATH TO WHITE FLY TO
A LAZY DREAMER ) _

Giles &. Co. Offer Prizes to Growers ,
in This Con- <
wha Almost; Every Grower
I'm happy :
Kf you don't think of Sea Islard Cotton

Natuiv'a tniilm' nee, I munity Has Tried the Gold! Dust .
To the Sea: Island: Cotton Gr .\\ :
Jest turn me loose ia! meadows green' Spray and Found It Effective a AleArticle

for of Marion and aJjoiuing couini i. Red RocK Ginger
an' plow tb lan' me Good-bye to the white fly. It has;

Jest leave: me in the shadows of a riv- household We take this method of thankin,
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net its Waterloo in a common
er bank, so cool, : for the very liberal patronage tha1 ''1, Is Sea
the
do the'
f Whilst you're urgin' on the ox-teai commodity. Not even ..
i>a'-?:: given ua tar the paSt ten : :
gee-hawm1 of that mule! Fairbanks soap people know that it" ,
or I .
Evt'ry; ph.mer! throughout; the ':.i

washing powder is the salvationhe of _t ci'n is conversant.ith th' it; II' An i inferior, weak. fiat imitation gingerale ..

Ct you don't think I'm satisfied with I : orange crop where the white flyor that it has a'vabeen: : : our a.-: '" will cause indigestion and constipa- l

this terrestrial ball an' other insects have invaded tirove. do all in our pout nr' the :na-nv: :. ? S ..r" d fc thcvery purpose for which or
,
tmg
Jl'-t turn me loose in springtime tioil- t <
: ance of better punfor their: 11iluct '" ALE has I become
fall! ; nr.roo"tJ"'PP: GINGER!
till
thar ..
leave me I r
\ <
-. T'n ; : : li'.K-ial+ :' !ttronair. :
don't interrupt me as I dream George Mears, the orange growerof
You jest sho'w''r effor: [' I tuncus.Thevalujof: .
I have :-cn-n: 'i i- :
beneath the treesA St Petersburg, has been experimenting : and Q1*: cannot
rt'ria't" Purity
habl'I:1 t .r i; ;'> l -
fri '. ""aH the daisies-a brother' these lines to rid th RED ROC K, &Vi
along : It !s o'lt :i.i: :ntion > ( > !inuo t to.. t be to st.-r?!:; rr gef1. Get "
.. .
!'JM"J.Oh out among
t peninsula of the white fly. Today 1 h.' ,i-au-r fur \ r )a ()- n-. ,i!nf with <:1 A REAL \.C: A.I ALE, which stands the
v' J'j 4i and domesric-as acme
'! :'bs end in M* \'; we harp 'liiiiMpd: ; (! 01iapacit alct' !' r Ia'Lelzn: and
I know is ready to back it against anythichat .ibJiing: i'.:, qoality
!' j i- .(]par friends. of pr-"l'd.l; ii;: cc pur
i\ ::
offered %er. aWl \' I 1.r> ', i 1'1 hlli.l; n.:- ;rid maI t ?ri' 1 2 .. .
this *"J 11 I ;- a friend to grace : has ben as ,. y ; "V ;,. hg reai.t "' ::)-
an' of his rriends will atu--t {llat, :livery, an: ; ,::1" ml to 1-" \ '!'\ ( ffauK <>!' r
rightly rollin cores; ,
That thetu; are ,.. II 'la-it'hn!: :.:: the zi- 7:' r ,ortui '! .' + !Ur '.10.aII bottles
the i iin b I'..>.,' the[ Gold Dust has everything: i \\ \ ..: ,,. &.Id everyvh !>C a .
sui lh"J'n, \ : ; in this 1 :,IJ! 1 TI!!t' or;5c a glasa from bottles.THE
That the :'i I"n\ w' :! '';'i i.l1"-! ahoy : faded to a frazzle. v'
I of <::0',1Dust ,,nij/Jilting: l'l1m' :c- 'I he c1\lin( ;: ."; '::11111.
j-umd
i-
II The solution 01::< '
.
,
> fat + : OCKCO.L .
tiS' in i -t ? + u :.
I fater.. ,1- aI'"' an:;:!', ;,,1'. ;tar< >,j ;u ::1.." t a 1 17 t P..np _.
; ten gilloi <> -
beatilinds to ..
But P, !"- ne \\'( 'U! : % &___ '" -- -- -
'i ::111' ash! 1'"Liti'lknt,' I! lil" '''. a n+I. if! ;p' -
r.'. \\ I down} 1 toI' It has killed Ih' srhii" fly, tl.e i< :iil; )il .
i
-', -j'j"-., Ojll', !':ll rH1'; Tiw h, ih t IIff ',
in tan '\ plra"IItand : ,
.. '. spider; sea!" \ 'ry L-1
1 ', succumbi :0I : ;, H"t'1: 1)\' 'vin'TIg::: 1': n.! ,'.!:' ,
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d
-1'1 L! :S:,UltC", I:1 i, .Vl.Mitu!,! C""- even the orana< ( J4 I I ........
rrtlnIl.! 1 ---
I,' lution. *
gtitu Mi1 lire w- of {'iti. r ?%
'- T i "' solution hahmlicient: ph.iii :-- It j ito :r ( \'l'ry '

BRAVE EDITORIALFor ; : to make it a f<'rt h/-'r. ;., ': t' at t'.ie: pro'LiCrs: of .thi.- ('uuir'i :
A I
It kills the bug and l ;gives new aJ1f1 lolli< i li,> n'liimac! : '!\:! "d at him: o" '
ffi
: 'iilh! for the rei-Mi that all!'! ino!! i .
:
i growth to ih<- tiee.! l' ii iTJT*< 3 *' ***t'ftl "
OCALA
tc.has stronger ..
wagea r AGENTS
some time past : : i >; t ; !
between the editor of i Besides all thi, the solution i,:; :f> K< pt; at hov> in this! wav: c ill Iwl ii a.3 E'n

controversy the it isI II l fur tin1 imp, !',,';' !.:,nt of our in.uediat" i .__ _v- .' ---. -
-
and his business ri- i lot poisonous-on contrary -- -
the Palatka News '
of Times-Herah I tow known as a sanitary householommodity. ; l section.In !. -- -- .Z'2r 1>.1+33'b4 val the editor the ir interes ) : 1 ...... t. ...... .. + .449 .
order to make !more ) r'J t ..
That controversy has now reache I i _""' ,__...,. rrH"/.1 .d __ : I

loses This is not an advertisement for i ng for all. we have drpo.-it'jd: with I MHIL OTOEI| HOUSE.D .
the where a sensible public : -" l OCALA'S BIG l.
point he Commercial Bank of Ocala. mot .......-r .-- ,: ::.w"' e
.
interest-if it ever had any. dld Dust.; The publication of thi .::! .... .--" : .. ,,-_.........-- ......-.,,_..-.- 4 ,.

Argument has given place to Billingsgate tory will be a surprise to the peopl I ev. to cover premiums as follows for -..IN'f.i"r. ,.." ....- :... .. '-1T-: '-':":" ':...:.. ., 4+ !;
;\ i
ill cotton brought to us during the .' ', "
.
make the washing powder. It ; r. : .... t 4
.
and reason has succumbe who .r.1 .
.
I .. ., .
eason: For UF' fir-t hale of Sea Is- 1 ,
is given to the orange growers as a tiOGANhaving 4
to passion.To Iland cotton, raised in this or adjoii- G.
what extent the editor of the emedy to rid them of the greatest FUNERALH: [ 4 1
with-th ng counties, $2;:;, and for the bes 4 1d
News is culpable, the public, or at urse they ever met up
Island cotton, $2a: fol' I 4
of Sea
bale -
'
in its -' '.
alone is Florida :
least that part of it reading both papers white fly. Not I rll0' '-I 4
second best bale, $15 $iti' for th:> .
he ; t.. IL'
is best able to judge. He doe tbroes-in California they are cuttin brought to us from purchased l the saloon property formerly : (
amount +
-
argest --
of an intent to own whole orchards to rid the stat made improvements -
innocence and I
not profess bvV. McGrath
me individual planter and grown by H I ve a full oi.k "f (V>ftji,'" c '..t'kr''tanti .r operated J. many (
f the
show up his colleague in bad high pest. .' himself; $25 for the second larges ll'insi! (\niti'-! : ":'tiPiilKurixl \ ..I, :, on same I am now prepared to handle ..;1
act is COB- The Potter grove was sprayed a I ,1
In far as one legislative ..
so with the solutiond 1 imount as above, and SIll for the I *ervueEmbalming- mail l orders with the facility. The large variety 4
cerned. But in so doing be desire couple of weeks ago greatest 4 3

finally and emphatically to assert tha I Mr. Potter said it killed the whit third largest amount as above. I to Order t of brands of Whiskies! Wines, Besrs, Etc, now : .,

lie has stated nothing but what he fly by the million, destroying them I We advances are also to preward planters to who make do not liberal i -- ------- --. -- - t cat ried enables me to fill the order of everyone on 4V :

believes to be the truth I as the solution hit them, and whe 1f 1-
then and now i fitted especially
all tbei short notice. The premises are now up :
to sell until they get
are:

feels Further that up the to editor the present of the time New he<: I round.they struck The the blackened leaves they leaves fell-to blact the- rop: gathered, and to those who d*'- ii i TO THE CITIZENS OF ,MftRIOilCOUNTY I ]f for this class of the business, and your orders will 4 4


has written no word that could not ned by the black fly eggs- shed tbe ire to gin we have the very bes I be filled the Lame day they are r ce1'ed.and shippedon t

properly have been spoken before i a irvae, and today every leaf is as sake of machines and can give you al. tYou're i : the first train. In your next order includeHogan's 4
otton the best: preparation, which 4 :
debate green as that of a rubber plant. -<
body of gentlemen in public +

It is true that there have been pub We could give the names of man;: I rays makes bettor prices. surt1eleonH> at our :': XXXX Rye i'

other prominent growers who met I For the velvet bean crop we ar store. In tact, we are veryanxious 4 ;
fished in these columns caustic sen ,.
I Iso better prepared than ever to< in 4 I
have
tences under which a sensitive man I with just as good results. I to yon come i f f The Best Goods the Market
throughout th ake care of our friends by gettin! I and inspect the t finest drre; on : ;
Let the
I
growers
might smart and the editor feels that 1 .
.
hem the h*et price?. :
very i in the South.
state it. It is cheap and simple, store:
4
been try
in that he has '
he is culpable
I ..1 Thanking: ; you for past liberal pat ,1 I II f f G. ) t GGt\r 4
particularly aggravating in treating :I and the Independent: would consider Page: and asking a continuance oame I t : : rZ a 4 1
rather thai : it a favor if they would report tae re- J.
in jocular '
his colleague a .
Your" trulr.i 4 .
vein. I suits of the test. It will do Georsr! : JOUR PARCEL t BUREAU ; 4 :
a serious i S-U--f; : (;EO. C11.E3 8.: CO. I : Ocala Florida. i
His sin has been that he has provoked [ears a whole lot of good to knot\ I 4

that he has served his brother grow- I We will be g '.cl] lo take care 4

to anger. I I Vhy the East Coast' Extension Will[ I of \\ 'me are : -. ....'.----.- -... -..CL.*.*..*. .* *.-*. -*. *.!.. ..._"-,. *".> ". 4 .
,
rs-St. Petersburg Independent. your paree's: you I f'
The editor of the News always has I I 4
-.", : Not be Comole! ?d ti.ein in and i I'I Oldest Fioridi 4 1
in
I I town. Bring WQisl House in Central
and does still regard Mr. McKenzi S'.ir'aid: Oil ha of i on't Get Angry; It's Better Not T< veil take care ot ti! !'m, and '
-as 4 good and kindly man. a man Landte of Chi, I "
c." of its in .Judsy
clean life and honorable I To "wets" and "drys" alike, :ihi )peace. you won't IOM thent.I #+44 i'+ '44494443+t44te02wt4 4$.+4444v... :
singulalry I Ii
,i-ro.: It is aid fins ager; jatin2; ..
Journal would say: "Don't get m.id'otbing I
There is nothing inconsistent -- '-:
purpose. :\S.-l #Ift.iMHi may be imposed on the re I
with this and the belief that he I' can be gained by it, and th' CUR DRUGS ARE ALL FRESH AND PURE ., .
laininsc counts in the rebate casesf i _=_____- --- -... aLt
I-- -"
by designing man or woman who starts the locaimpaign I makno mistake I .j t
i bas been imposed upon i : which the $"'f"lI o.II"o is only the and you

politicians.Mr. I by getting angry is going u I. rat. In his .denunciation of the when you buy \our rugs! of I 11 r I '1

McKenzie is now a public man, I have a mighty unpleasant time for. j I tandard Oil ('om1>au as a trust : us. II i 1{ 14 I(;. J G] '

member of the legislature hi; I six weeks and make it unpleasant for G" 1> mTI 51ftjwC
As a ; !
Judge Landi declared Rockefeller I ;;; : J j I

attitude and vote on public questions I iends. I, and his associates contaminators otxiety I Hunter Drug Company f. cJ Jl 1J

to public criticism. The Than a "wet" or "dry" campaign I i
Is open I expressed regret that the pun I, I!
i his on one I nothing is more apt to arouse wrath
News has published vote i
i hment was inadequate, and indie at-
measure, and will do so en others I when discussion is conducted on lines, that I
.. ed a course of procedure may CLOTHINGJ
other than those of the utmost sour
the interests -
its public
whenever in opinion
-
land! some 01 the trust magnates in'I t'f: 3 ; I
I or the cause of truth demand tesy. and it is our hope that a ,'astmajorit \.l1i ththt{ } ei + -- ,

I I of ai1. ...., / ; i
}' of tbemt'n and .women "-f- I
I its publicity.As 'I John D. Rockefeller's private fot i
of the legislature scambia county will be able to talk
same
member
a time may be seized, to pay fines au : ;'R j WakeUp'J

the editor of the News earnestly ithout losing their: tempers and tc]il regaling $117,680,000. The go\-in l'ment's ._I6MONTHS 'i

incites the closets scrutiny of his at- debate without quarreling.We if \h,' You have been i
attorneys assert that sleeping long enough !t It's
titude and vote on all questions before won't be surprised if they don't Aftlnst holes. No more: UI : very 1
'', fails or refuses to satisfy the jii'iirieut I darning if you buy j jf t
I A that body.h ,I.L and yet it is not necessary,= even tho'. already rendered he is iiaii'ito ''gale roof : true there are lots of people who prefer going toa f

To the public he desires to say tha I fie average or human experience win 1 regular '
clothing their
'I indictment for conspiracy to do an store to buy clothing, but the 4i
I
the
\ that he should have prohibition campaigns justifies rDSIBryAU
I he regrets only il.egal: act, and with. others of tli!> .t
suit
buy
I will
been the provoking cause of anger I warning that we utter today as a company's officers is liable on conviction the popular colors. you not look, fit or wear any better ,1'
FOR MEN : Esryptian
I : and consequent intemperance of Ian- prayer: "Don't get mad. to imprisonment for two years: on 1 s r:!!i:" Cotton lmedium. or than one you could buy from us for at least one- t
No man is justified in denouncing l-trbtweicht) Sold
1 gnage on the part of his colleague.No each count of the indictment. .Jlld iir.' in boxes of six pairs third less
man ever accused him of cowardice another simply because their ,view for 5.2! 00! money. -1
determination
Landis has indicated a .
.
L ntFSEBTPtJan Cotton: six -
FOR
and neither could he pleas are divergent, and neither side can to -o11ect all fines either from the pa: paIrs !"\r J2 00 A guarantee tv.net We have a big line of Clothing and the quality '

guilty to the possession of any hodiilinfirmity :- win votes by invective, while petty; :J..zthta..hp''lr. l
the subsidiary corrent :
\ company or .
of which he has been accus ; impeachment of the motives of each 1 cannot be excelled no matter what
you
poration, which he says is a mere fiction pay.
t'd and which has been held to ,'iewas other can serve only to create ill feel liability I j
i
for the purpose of escaping 1
a possible bar to the administration ings, which may easily last man;: I We have a lot of beautiful light and dark _
and. failing in this to proceed Sold by M. FISHEL gray

of any deserved chastisement I years.It against the private fortunes of theindividuals. worsted and plaid suits which we are selling fort I '1
settled that the election is to
Hut he believes that under the circumstances -i is
,
and for the good of this he held. The campaign is already;; .-Miami Metropolis.A --- I $10.50 1 ; these suits sell everywhere for $15.00 avid J. .


community, true bravery and good citizenship on. It is already the staple couvei- young inventor of Lp= Angeles. PROFESSIONAL CARDS I I 1 1I $18.00.Ve also have blue serge suits at $10.50, J l,.

of sation of homes of clubs, and of cus- ,
leads in the direction t tpacific a '
California is said to have demonstrated wortn $15.00. Woolen crash
rather than a bellicose atti- ual meetings of friends and acquaiu- i suits from $3.50 to i
that he can manufacture chemically W. H. POWERS, M. D. ,
tude. He tl+P aart .-Ptlatka tances. As the days pass, these discussions I $8.DO. Good values.
: out of nothing more -
pure sugar; I II tR.
)w will become more and mor; :
News.Yor ; than wood and water at the rate oi PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. i
1 intense. and the importance of the issue I I We are closing out all
+ 11.)4) pounds of sugar from t 0" pounds i our summer dress goods J
f'I which side .
\ A.Jt. ever one may espousewill I
;- rrl?''e i'd/ns of water and em.uch woo.! to producep Office Yonge Block. I at cost. Special price in line.The .
A \1._:.'. in New< become more and more pressing. I every -J
whin 1ast.l'1'n I I ?v )in's' of charcoal. Myif! A"tin OCALA, FLORIDA
\eral into< Each side claims that the weicrbt of I' '
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Har): v! !t'ay to the j4lief of i aI : logical fact is that way. Then IN au i i Louisiana hal as w..11! zi Boston Stores
: T. E. BIGGS.
tars i IIf friends who'were get i each side, and each man and woman -!
1)lt : and Governor Bro"--
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calm discourse, so tnat, the1c' ,
v\'l! timbered that he became i go ,. -- ,
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tion wbiehtner way it may, acrei --- i
"n( a in trouble in the great east i. --- -- -- :.4
I t-ni metropolis because be r '5tntro ties of personal friendship wiil: no Informant L'rary Bui]! ling WL14s300.t..M44di9q"8 i'443e.4.4++8+4+b44A.....". 1i

' an insult: offered him by an insolent ''be strained aai the community. b<:' The late Auq-i-ns St. Gal I it'n? OCALFLORIDA :
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!n't'it elevator boy there. I not left whtn the election is OUT ful i ,
i 1 ma If lesiqns; lor rhrf1 Lnii, States Adding i
Accounts
.' In speaking of the affair. Mr. Angl.ays .'1 of feelings of resentment. coins:;, the cent. 'he eagle: and the dou- E. W. DAVIS. ew !

-: he was insulted by the negro oi I Thus far the "wets" and "drys"have ble eagle, and it is announced..vthat :

four occasions and each shown a singularly courteous 'J" ATTORNEY AT LAW :
ret: or on one they have been accepted. The new

i \ occasion the negro became insolent to consideration for the view rent is to have an Indian head on it.'nut f We are constantly adding ne v |

t I Mrs. Angle and Mrs. :Mitchell. lie points of the other. This is vastly; it is to be of a real Indian type. :I Gary Block. accounts -

1 .he actions of the negro became to the credit of the community. Ma]) I DCALA, FLORIDA and business
u, s is said
: The bead on the present cent i our is increasing at ii i-

f! unbearable and In the heat of passion the credit be not lessened as the to be Caucasian, the face having been I '

(/ be pulled tis knife and slashed the campaign grows older.-PensacoU posed for by a little daughter of Jas. 1 R. D. FULLER.DENTIST. :, i a very satisfactory rate. Possibly alsi t
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Journal. .
For time it
face. a was
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t M. Longacre, who made f
scoundrel would die, but Over Munroe & Chambliss' Bank i be
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,+ Mgt.t The ten and twenty dollar gold coins might glad to join us. s
and has sued Mr. Eczema FLORIDA I < i li# la all right now, will have an eagle made on the model 3CALA, I .
l/. t For the good of those suffering with .
fear is fell
but
Angle for damages, no formerly I
1 of "Pete, the mint bird, that: -
trouble I wish
eczema or other such ,
that oe can make out a case against to say that my wife had something made its home at the Philadelphia J. E. CHACE, D. D. S. :

t t. )\ngle.-Dartow Courier-Inform of that kind, and after using the doc mint. I,I I COMMERCIAL :

ant. tors' remedies for some time concluded DENTIST.Holder i BANK .

to try Chamberlain's Salve, anc ,
a <' Governor N. B. Broward has returned I i'
It proved to be better than anything .
A new bank has been organized at to Florida from his trip to James Block.
she had tried. For sale by all drug : OCALA\ FL0.

Brooksville.Li gists. x town andother points of interest. DCALA FLORIDA I .

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part m of the Atlantic.! He brougii: t.K ..... (: .,. rr 't: 'fr( .:::"' '' : ". .'# "". ., ." :
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was: i >r many yvir) the property r.httee was appointed ,but there: is ;., ,;.L.' r. A. t::!: ; .i"11){. '.Al'.. ::' A'r-._: S)1. ,-q.oo _: .,.,:-t -y_ .: _
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wu n ih assail is ot ships \.111) ]project has beat ri ippe.ir'iig andanislii 'i.. ).:: r.-' )': .J. =;:. ..:,, ;.;. ...;.:. 4 '-.J .t. .. . rcYhJ : :Ie ; 1 en
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.1"f'Jdl'.llhr"lIgil'Jut' of great oakt Its c.n,truCG:1 pru.rc:>_ed bat ():l.: f I I ".\ "-" "' '.-::': .. : ,"'&,,,:t.1t:o;.. .':;:'":.".. ;' "-'.' ,;;' '/. i... :V'.i-" ..,..' .. .'; ,;."..}, "' ";,J1 r ll,,)""". '; .. '. \ : ,:: :" :.. : cnrcv -
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frt. t .mi..rt.lLk fur >.thundred' months! a0r' > that the long de'avedwaterway :t.. ..t1f-;,:: :!>> 1"T.i., ..;.....:t- !; '.r... 'j.r-L.i"... .:.:'" : ..*.. .: .: ;.1-:; .' ..f... .; -:: .. : l :: '.: f ::_ :. cu : *
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;\l' X N nj-'t-r who: acquired the was at last to hen a .I.'tii, :".: :. : > ;" ::f' ::ff. ..... ,: .Jt: .t. :: '". .; : ';;: : i i:: .. t_ .I \ :t'.i
ye property reality it is not surprising that press (': '' .,,' "...':, > ..'o'.t". H" :il I -: .. .
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c .tl.tge nil the -,:te, tle.pite the pro- attempts were somewhat dubious two: but cnturies.whenit 1'i .:}. ,.' Mi..- ., _. / .It't\.. : '1' ," -,," :i he time c...::, t >: : ':' .' :.,: .he
$1200,000 security v\.i ; : -sa-
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wa Jm characterized the dem terprise would be financed by I HOMESTEAD, BUILT IN 1652 '
of the Trust Company :lie.- Income
the historic 1.101 landmark as little -
August Belmont and DeWitt C.
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: short \aiiv'.ih-n: Flanagan and that William Barclay be .up-tid: :.n.1 1 !:a i.:",, operation; 11In: ..In.:1r.d.I. : '. :..1.l1C",.< that wa,1: I I tlie: r..irnad: mpiny was Fargely furnish; the money himself. In IQ&J

.', ADMITTEDLY FEASIBLE Parsons and John B. McDonald The icceisul bid of $11.090,000.00 be benefited thereby: )' ; yet fur years I ,'te t. the public: pmt and broad he sent a representative to Lcndi ain
I A ship; canal: across Cape Cod has were the engineers who would was malt: ly the Cape Cod Construct the most powerful: forces have been r'n'edneaa: 'f President Me'ien:! wh > the hope of interesting Englifh! !
**m c.-ntemplated! for two hundred prepare the plans and have chargeof !'m C. >mpany, ni{ w1iAugu"t arrayed against it and every possible :- I cTme Vt the conclusion that the capital; but John En':l! invariab'/:
) tars and nu .-e. It has always beena the construction every doubt Be':.; nit is the President; obstacle! has been thrown in the ;'c. 'j'e! ft" Massachusetts; generallyv1' referred the matter to hi; American
favorite study of rnrineer5. who was at once removed. Arthur L. Deveneize President; way of those who have endeavoredto bent tit s. > greatly in thai it corresoondents who, witho-t tak'PTf
have: never questioned its entiretit CONTRACT AWARDED -.--hn B. McDonald:: Vice Presidentin bring the project to a success- '! \\oul! e'lible! them to get raw the trouble to inquire into t'i
feasibility, and many a sea captain, With the awarding of the contract Charge: of Construction: : William ful conclusion. The most potent k m-'ternls: so much cheaper and that merits of the proposition just r.s
weary of his struggle against hurricane and! its approval by the joint boardof Barclay! Parsons: Chief: Engineer; opposition and the most difficult the! n>ir! aj w uld share in the gen- regularly! reported that the Ca::e

and fog, has endeavored to Railroad and Harbor and Land John F. Buck, Secretary ani Treasurer to combat, was that of 't err.! pr'nerity. Cod Canal was a specter, which had l .
interest financiers in the project; Commissioners of Massachusettsjust and DeWitt C. Flanagan, E. the New York New Haven and FLANAGAN OVERCOMES stalked at irregular intervals for
but in spite of the promising char- given-the last obstacle to the W. Lancaster and Dudley Pickman Hartford Railroad whose tracks I OPPOSITIONFor two hundred years; that all previous
acter of the business to be derived construction of the canal has been Directors. crossed the route of the canal three successfully combating these efforts to give it form and sub-

from it the matter was never takenup removed and the last requirementof The canal is obviously so feasible times.! The re-routing and rebuild- i, forces and overcoming, one by one, stance had ended only in talk and
by men who were able to bring the Massachusetts Legislaturemet and its operation gives promise of ing of a considerable section of the ;i the various obstacles to the constriction I that there was no reason for think-

it to a successful conclusion. ; it only remains to apportionthe such large financial returns that it road at this point was absolttte'y! '! of the canal, credit is I ing that this latest attempt would

So far as known, a citizen of the work: :among the subcontractors is exceedingly difficult to understand essential: to the successful opera- I chiefly! if not wholly! due to DeWitt result in anything tangible. .
t -AT ,If Sandwich was the first who According William Barclay how its construct! in could have been ti'n of the canal! and naturally!! the C. Flanagan,: who has carried on the I About this time bills began to be
r .s. the narrow peninsula between Parson, the chief engineer, dirt will ->o lunar! dehved It is aim.>st C'-ni'nny f.u'ht0: \.'. such radical: : : f'ht single: handed since 1809 when introduced in the Massachusetts
I'.u/zird's: : Bay: and Barnstable, and begin to fly within sixty; <'lay; an 1 equally incredible that anvone could chance: with! the! tr-n;. t \'::2'T'1C .':..* chirter! was granted under which I Legislature which had for their ob-
conceived: the idea of a canal that by January 1010, the big: ditch: will:! be :'ound oppose it :n view of the: cessation of hostilities: on the Fart te: canal will! be built. J ject the nullification!! of the charter

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it does your bt..Intc. \'. e :.reared: : : by William Barclay
J':.:- 'n-, E. L. Corthell and other

fS. t..:--t-: :: engineers: the route of the
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r'GOOD PRINTING ::'wk'Ll-y -Mr. Parsons
PATS FOR ITSELF : were finally
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pD :' 'Us :.ne nyTts have !been de-

ti:1: In the added business it brings; in the I '-.:iej, -l;;tne State and County
'j 1 ', :-"rer complete satisfaction you feel in sending (J ..
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a out neat, tasty stationery and its tJ. ate')'.

__. first cost is soon on the credit side (ff'o. 'J 1 :-. canal! will:! be twelve miles

jQ:: of the ledger. Good printing is remembered : 14 and with;! extend from Buzzard's

J l long after the price u for \; :"..y:, at Bourne to Cape Cod Bay,
-t a pj.nt: near the town of Sand-
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ga at the narrowest portion, 167
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I For Sale-Dr, Marean's Liver Pills

made from Dr. Marean's private formula .

BRING YOUR WORK TO THE BANNER JOB ROOMS AND BE CONVINCED d dm ; have been 'ested for twenty-
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t Eve years; purely vegetable. Sent

i nostpaid on receipt of price. 23 cts. a

t box. Address,

m Mrs. Beatrice Marean,

I 16 East Belmont St.

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1,, THE PRINCE OF PEACE IT may be a slow process-this conversion cause. And yet within a few decal /"AANVVIlV' V\NVVV

:t. of the world by the silent influence the power which they invoked PfO\ .l

f | of a noble example, but it is mightier than the legious of the R, .: )

<('(ID'in u..d from Pag- Ten. j Ii i i I the only sure one and the doctrine man emperor and the faith in wh.ih

: i t ti '!applies to nations as well as to indi- ; they died was triumphant o'er all tnarland. :: ft jeatinga.l

I bean of the buried! acorn and to. make ': viduals The gospel of the Prince of 1: It is said that thu.-e: who wt-r.r
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I it burst forth into a new life, will He'!' Peace gives us the only! hope that the: to mock at their suffenr.ii- returns! 11

leave neglected! in the earth the soul! j i j world has-and it is an increasing asking themselve.- Wha" :, i r tn.can

I e.r DM made in the image of his Creator -i 1 hopp- of the substitution of reason en'f-r :nto the heart of nan a '

I ? If He stoops to give to the rose ibufttfa i! for the arbitrament of force in the rj nia'" him tlitas theselit1? nry

I whose withered blossoms float j f settlement of international: disputes were greater conqurrorTI their & CompanY

upon the autumn breeze the sweet j!I But Christ has given us a platformmore dt at t. rhan hey could have ire( >n ha

assurance of anotber springtime will fundamental than any political: they i'jrchas-1 ::.fe by a surrender (,,5
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It e r. : ,-.' tlr words of hope to the ': party has ever writtenV are interested 'heir faith Successors to Strauss & Co

sons o! 1 11': n when the frosts of winter ; in platforms we attend con- What would have been the fate of >
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Ct,:: .. !f maHer, mute and inanImate j ventions, sometimes traveling long th,: church if the f-arh Christians: ha iha

izh I cb'::::r'a hy the force of I distances ; we have wordy wars owrthe ,1 as little faith as manof,) our E Ed Et

Datun ,.:,ro am' 1,. .f forms, cannever .I phraseology of various plank: ('hn--rians now have -' Aiid on :.':t' othtr -

.:." will: t. -.r:' If man suffer -i i and then we wage earnest campaigns hand if the C'hri-ti.ms of today ha ?

.!.:. : .. : .aTin.' :, .1 ha 1 J.' ; a' :, -f''l1re the -.nlr-(mfont of the'e Thffa.'h! of 'he r.:arir=. now lone: E

brief ', -,' !Ii iP '. :: i.l.-. t t' :. ;.',:farms at the: pol ll!=, Bit! the pa'to \nn'd! :'t be before TV..:> faf.JJ:1-.n-: l!' : '

ten '.. L' .)f da :N' I am athe' :. .:-1.1 siren The world 'iv the Xazrne -' T h" i'!'oph."y that "; --v !inee'ia'l: : ). \

:.<., ; an : .f' a,. I a. .. :' is more far-reaehinz anal l more ''lOW and t-xery torur.e: c I nf.--- '' ;:J

I :: : II' I :,. '!lat. ('(' ,rr-r '"=i\e than any platform t' O'if :'a.Th: -ho'i!,1 i.;.. *-\'*n sro _t' F10rida

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!. 'J, This '.'ani: : r!> r ..,-'ar>- of ian':; dr.:; [F"d jjJo5o oph es:' ar;: I r-,'.h ut the Or:. RYE WHISKEY. CASE WHISKEY.

"t I.' :' l.t : ('!ott. .:' a7rrIi. ; ""i', .::. enjoined ':;i.n, ',HD" Peril t.tiG:, ':. SPECIAL fOUR Per Qt. B-::.-.

:- f3m_ :. '.;' inti -. .. -i.il"; A.= "fc"; C-ri"tan:: : -r"i! ;..\.- i)!'. r ha:,- r. . . $1'"
.r : love "hj'hb : 4: <-:[ RI.HV ii>'e : :. . . i.: : Belle Isle . . . $ ..75King
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t :a torti. '.. '. : -. SirV'lam:: .f .'nt.=: -tr:1:1::;a' :76 . . . . 5.00 ,, STRAUSS I XL', WfilteOak . . . l.-'i:
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: e? '. L.e-t .. i I: knt'. in naainul.! a- I ;i\n".r: 1 r C.I'n . . 2.00MuSum 2"
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Thu ieTIE-1, ) hn.1.} ll:; 'h;> :> ,d' :.1 fur 5I4AU55; ROYAL ,
t. t,1' !lay. :' rain: : : ..'-.nn. .. .....T01 '-,.". .. .t.', : I. GiN. GIN.|

e. : 'JY tl! : "t r-ndl!! C''. iJl :'. -::::'..;:: ) .. ',, I.cay! :ST: 'Ln Can . . . . $150Tc"i : RESERVE I 1 Per Qt. Bo}::.. >
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e. .' 'hr' : .n I, I. ,. .r .' RESOLUTIONS! I .1r."1 Bran,;ly . . ".'.'1'11'' iia'i tor the !... .nt>Y Bu A man's . . . . l''J''' j>
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It t.a .!..aulC5 :-.':-" .'.' f"1'1" ,'""' >'-1':1 ft'ine .iCe wdicn, <' eltrrP, .jLh and Honey "aa" grade 2."0
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I i I ed is now fa"': r-e,>:.:uizeil Wlnl1 favor of giving Th-! penp.e the oppor- I I
I I arise from our efforts! to get as much Are not rh... accounts in the C.::r:'-.
,j I kgblation' can aWl i -houU protect the miry: of ridd'ns: our loved state of
t as possible out of the world-there public from predatory wealth a month: If.' drunkard factories: and that he :'tiara Endeavor World of the SrattF'; l KNIGHT.MARTINCOAt j

s t will be peace when our endeavor is I e'effects remedy will be found in the hirtv-fhe noble men who voted for it International Convention "jUf.t tpUn- : l J :

to put as much as possible into the ultivation of a public opinion which' needed seven more votes to secure us :; 'did?" One speaker of note was R--'. the T. t5midi fc Co. (

I I;; world. Society will have taken an will substitute a higher ideal than the passage, and that we still more de- :1 (Geo :\Ward, D D.. L.L. D., fir-T z"n. : Old Stand. :j

Immeasurable step toward peace one which tolerates the enjoyment of;, pi lore the fact :bat eight Baptists: in1':, 'eral secretary of The United So*'IK.: i I OCALA, FLORIDA, .

when it estimates a citizen by his unearned gains Xo man who really th: Ie house refused to grant the request ; How many remember him as the pr*" I .1
output rather than by his income andnIves I ident of Rollins I Come and see us when in need of
College Winter Park
I knows;: what brotherly ]love is will desire of this convention twice made, i' anything in
the crown of its approval. to .b.l I ,1
to take advantage of his neigh- thus: ignoring the convention's appeal' 'a few years ago and can comprehend j the way of

ones ho makesthe largest eontributtoa bor and the conscience when not md fixing a stigma upon the denomilation what a helpful influence he may hayhad >- j $
tQ the welfare of all. i i| over our Endeavorers then ini
seared, will admonish against injus- in the state. 0

5' Christ has also led the way to peace tice. My faith in the future rests up-j!! ]Resolved second That we implore"i 'college. Farming Implements I ,

it>y giving u> a formula for the propagation .1 E l on the belief that Christ's teachings ;j our brethren everywhere to withhold Rev. and Mrs. Jacob Winslow, well i ii Wire
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of good. Not all of those who are being more studied today than heir; support from every candidate i I i }known in C. E. and CongregaTional Fencing,

have really desired to do good have ever before and that with this larger far legislative honors who will noth I[ life are reported to have located ar Stoves

employed the Christian methoJnotoU [ study will come an application of : pledge himself to give the people of I i Cocoanut Grove in the East Coast ditrist -. e Pumps,

Christians e\en. In all the historj .1 I those teachings to the every-day life!' he: state a chance to express their i They have been in Dayonai! Guns .

S ol the human race, but two methods of the world. In former times men I wishes in the matter of state prohibi- during the past year. l i iI' Ammunition
i .5 have betn employed. The firstil lifejtio I l ,
tread that Christ came to bring ; n. I

the forcible method. A man has; and immortality to light and placed !I ]Resolved third, That we urge upon I Miss Cora L. Peet state Junior superintendent j Sash, Doors

an idea which he thinks is good; he the the I and president of Lae I ,
emphasis upon immortality: now < brotherhood and all Christians
tells his neighbors about it, and the> they are studying: Christ's relation to :, md moral men in the state the propriety i j and Sumter districts, is closely confined 0 Blinds Paint
j at home now, in the long. ser o:i-: j etc.
do not like it. This makes him an I ,
human life. In former years many of calling local option elections} j .
; illness of her mother. Miss PH'r j:
gry. and seizing a club attempts to thought to prepare themselves for fuin: all counties in the state where the i i I In fact

make them like it. One trouble about: ture bliss by a life of seclusion here, I: saloons have not yet been outlawed; ,I I Iat [ should have our prayers and "vmpa-1 everything usually carried in a first-

this rule is that it works both ways; now they are learning that they canthj; : we may drive them out of every !''j| thy in her anxious days. But "a(-ron j I class Hardware Store.
speaks louder than word ]M
when a man starts out to compel bib f not follow in the footsteps of the Bounty and precinct before the Geor-J:! ] so u-j I I

U4gbbors to think as he does, he !generally ,j Master unless they go about doing : gin saloons can. take refuge in our ,!I j show true comradeship by aiding! b'.r m .
i I .i in the winning of more Junior En "em
nndb them willing to accept: !j good. | wrders. j I e-:: m't
I I ;[ deavorers and the organization ot n-'T '
the challenge and they spend so much 1 1r Resolved fourth That we ,
But the Prince of Peace promises ; heartily 1
ttoe lu trying 10 coerce each ke ndorse the societies. ji j II
I not only peace but strength. Some ? cry council of Jackson
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that they move ucM 4-.r-+tea::;-x tet i.O s of : ban thought leis teachings fit only ,I rille in the efforts male! to forestall 'i Crescent City Juniorof ;>;h' )r". I; Martin CO.

!J service to each pl'JI'ioor.ller. i j! for the weak aul the timid and un- ,, 'he: plans of the hnm.less saloon keep- :.; Mrs \\'m. Norton; :'laS ben suss-rn-;, : : j

tie\ f 1. l' of G 'trtttlent fur many years. sent $:;: re-i; ,
The other I is::>> % not: suited to nun of vigor, enE'l'.Y and! amen ereia
overawe of eil /v bu4v Bil|e p 7 efil 1 bir'cn Nothing could; be Es''her from 'Re- olv; '''d ft"tli T!'awe reer>' v...rymach (cently to State Treasurer :Manic:. Ile{ -- -

good And there R O'tlCtY.witb o'e rilir trrh: Only the:: man ot' tail: : can: :' Tna 'z::..' tiro"1n; t : : arn--n !;r.-n' ;srill is lorat.',i in Eustii: an! the .-Ia'.' I THlMorioQ

way of .overcoming eul. lilt m/not t be :oratou.:; Ci-nndent that '- on the caV!: ':.t" t- state --. na'6enow ;union; poi.ke-h.jok: remains thin C'n-j i inh'ltiOB \

much of a urmer-I att more crreJitfor : t 1i.; ,::.'s ''i rile -.ie! of J'vah!: ae: % l:5: :slot 1"olC::"'.i! ,) that W' r.l: h: eratt-fay:,! r'-c.'iv':(!+. ,

inv farming: than I deserve, and i ... .i1..'_- n- ")'.." *.'...:"RM.>h <>t ).'i.." oni'.''e. :h... ;,o.,': ':_ of our s'ars 0,.tsid" :vrn irv, has a n"w Finn; I: HardwarHEADQUARTERS

( toy little farm revel.emore: : athertjsing \\'*i:tt i:'.>' 'i':'- :'t ":!'H'Uf h,. "har:'B in :oron! !h,1'.t.:1.: ; : P-i: :"="'- ;5.,ic':. t::, oani.zld: ; J'nii ::". I! GOTIpaQY

than :it h i t'ntid;: !; '0. B-it Ian i 1 i the \'i.'to'y': : :'' 'Ui-%' \\o"d -nJkec! :"a 'Rt.3uP.j; svh T Lwe !..aru v.eagae .':, i it.; *"'.. Pre"r : church at Mil'on )

fare-' '; 'I..;'b to know that it 1 nit: beha.f: oi t.!':!h: r'" r... :.n1- :nc',:, OT' pIt! 3t-e tat:: t ha SaT" .\,,':. 1ll-n.n '.'. >:--- u was r much! nd'd! Mi .=. E::- l }- :

i down ,t !u i'\! will io II'Dg: up ,(igaiii every deal ioue: for the r:.!!hr w .:: xL: ; i:; p:aai n? u--i.:- r '. ::v. hn3un I- ; -CHa-v: and :1 1J. 1

; but I know hat it I plant olH'thingth..rt ; :n rhtM.al accnnr it ::5 imuakr:1! anM early! day the! pua': <:n:: >.f a jo'-' i Borers C" 'I'.L.' 1-" !, rht voting: ia'vr. I. '

wbkh has more vitality than! the: Chri>tia.ishttlvr: his eyes he- gal in the merest: of pr:..i.t.,:tand:, : who organize ] fbeof.ty: iits fJr' -. I Iid.'n' 1

the weeds 1 shall not only get rid of I i hold' \iof -r;; or whether he -lies: :'n the we hereby pledge it our uair$vl! anj! j i Mr Carrpb was rw a American' Wire Fencing

the constant cutting but have the ben ,,;midst of the conflict: wai lrID"' st support. : worker 'in TIP rorletieat: D-Land and I ,

edt of the crop besides. f:!i Only those who believe attempt: the1!' The] preamble and ""Mil'i-jons, were j DeFuniak Spines: Are our End! ;av : Sash, Doors and Blinds

In o.der that there might be n seemingly:: impossible and by attempt- unanimously adopted iI i orrs receiving: : ; such practical training -

mistake about His plan of prop at-I I ing prove that one with God can : E. H REXXOLDS. SR., i!t ] that they can effectively become Paints. Oils and; Varnishes,

ix teg good I. Christ went into detail and j! chase a thousand and two can put ten Secreta1. ; 1 1 leaders in work elsewhere?
t' 'feM emphasis upon the value of ex- ,!; thousand to flight I can imagine that j j Jj j J JI II I I Mill[ [ and Mining Supplies
:Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Henderson '
ample so live that others seeing j: the early Christians who were car j Christian Endeavor News I. ofj I \
I! Arno, North Central district, have i Turpentine ",
your good works may be constrained +j ned into the arena to make a specta- To the Editor Ocala Banner. Supplies,
I j I ]purchased a home near the Universityat r
I! to glorify. your Father which ia in'''cle for those more savage than the ) The Polk and DeSoto .
I district pres- Gainesville. The societies at High Improved
Heaven 1 There is no human Influencer I Ito i:' beasts, were entreated by their doubt- I!i i lent: Rev. B. 0. Denhain is again at I, :Springs and Arno will find it hard toe Farming Tools
t > potent for good as that which goes'i ing companions not to endanger their home at Winona
r Park, Auburndale.
unselfish
I t
I > enough to rejoice in the ; GET
.. out from an upright life. A serman i,! lives. But:, kneeling" In the center oft I after< a sojourn northward His local i gain to another town and churcb J I OUR PRICES
.. may be answered: the arguments presented :e arena, they prayed and sang until Isdeavorers, I i
< at Winter Haven rejoice ,! which; is such a loss to them. ,
In a speech may be disputed, j they were devoured How helpless to :have his advice I
and constant sym GRACE E. TOWXSEND, j .
but no one can answer a Christian they seemed and I. t
measured by every patty} in their
endeavors. We won- Sec. Fla. C. E Union -
life Jt Is the unanswerable argument. 11 human rule, how hopeless was their de if all I I Marion
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young people Hardware
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I ti f''E TAMPA BAY PARK A LOST OPPORTUNITYA A STRANGE CASEA
1 :- -. R LIVELY PLACE John B, Stetson University
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I, J v r J s .H'lh"an.\ilbnm. ,I, few w('(-ks ago the Tel,' rapb yonD woman of near appwuinuind + '. ', Fur: (_.);.hjieN; and F.\'.. !IVchnical SciiooiDeLAXD ,

11tt,1 'i. ur uii!!>, p' nlanlx ::*y::, orin Hilly chided the Tallahassee Sun for I claiming to be the wife of \Vii I. : I' I FLORIDA

P1.''I f ?!I. I,ot lendiiisr its support to the Matt I jam: H. Kill in wbu- company ?:: h.. : Affiliated with the University of Chicago
1'lLllUl havwl I 1 '!> through.arlNi.t .
i III rohihition constitutional aiuendmeni 'fad:: found, was arn red Sunray] afternoon i EVERYBODY MOVING Ai ; COLLEGE; OF LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of ue University -

I I Al 1"11'. !' :n ,: was' VI hen it was pending before the last ; 1 1i'Klsiat1ar4 by Captain Wilder and Depity I : of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both
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I T.. ,. -, 1001.,.1. ;"\00".1 t I L,...:1'.".,hiI I.I I.. ::'. The Sun replied by taunt : 1 Johnson. Hill was also arrested.1 T' E BAZAR STORE. I Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson:: catalogs.
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I" :. ,. t 1.1t-III'U':0.iUS: j : )ore ''I m !the- writer with his failure; TO i Inuntf j'Ph.ouji''> is held at the polke sta- I COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to pr:1Cttice :

:. 1 1.r lion p''udiag' an in.-tisation. law in Florida without examination.
th- passage of the bill whet! -

"J .. .M \\ '.' i. Lmt' s> ttt! runt..I.'"" I'. or uo. since he was speaker of tlnest : The cause of the arrest: of the coI-1,i COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-

r .... ** I \ of representatives, but gave ncint I; J pIe, both of whom arE: strangers her i .. immense Line of Fall Good: Mechanical, Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual: Ta.--.':;: courses 1e:1d-

k11t\I a-' .t; \v,"'t.il I pali" 1 1I 1,1'111' I I! that itva= then or *-vY would; i was that the woman wa nnqueraii !- jI I j ng to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipm !1 .
i I' h.art:11.01 '
: vvaiit Hand and
A .. + ', ; ? !in man's attire and! with a few Already on Being i COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its brant.: :\. Bookkeepingjy
Ilic !h : I
I iflutt- : I I" :t fn" !<'! '! III -fish' ))! ) :'i: In:!

1 .'. '\ "!iii-ti'. Sinct- that tain.. llul\.- r, ','s".plon.[ : naa :;ood l ir.iitauon of at Put at This I: best methods. Shorthand and rpTf Tv rill'r Et *., i'e i 'sts opt a in
( on Display
', Ah t. tl.'ar'e, I ', iw' 1 ear-old liny. The couple! was rei : .. L.h.: i
:1 I 1 :ii''r' L Engle! has made a change oi (her Departments. Large Faculty and I.>:: : : Otis :-

: an.l out now unreservedly' late Sunday aftenioun 201111:: from tfc: < Establishment. I PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Gra :.ua* -"epar.'a :u ter brie I t ar i,
h 't 11 11\1")0, ti:, !.1- comes I Big
A* c-i a..'ant U1r it. eta .t ,,:0. Pt,w.Hut '. j' 11' prohibition. This looks to us \"Pry Bay hotel I towards Palafov whari- i )kale, Princeton, Cornell Michigan; C'uuii.: : :: : all 'fir-.' 1'.1' Collec.:: -.

A.. .!.. d..p. a.- 1'.1' ,..:wh like an in-'liration n Ld: 'I.nho -* ; Parties noticed the st ran e appear' NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS-,. :'-..dersar.ng. :. r: .:. s own ,aild-!

1 \ \'t'lre-'Ilf"o: i, --at.- poiri: <'" .IW'- of the one who at fir! ,;t ai'i! >earto ..! i "SOUVENIR ', :2.:: Primary and Grammar Schoui ::. .-, .:' .,e \i..l:: ; ..::-' '. hose st..oola
WEEK" A FEATURE
w 4rt\.... 'tde ht '. hr'1. !
I \\ .'t with dlilli'+J t.<l the Sun v. tit' st' n i the laud rltill he a buy:; and mrifip'l De;>nrShfr ?specially prepare Public School teat::t f-.
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11'het >; ..1 1 oriui- : I.i--y er, '1 ii the wa'tr.: : +M l are making n-aily tll ;ff Jom! :11J,'' :, os, *' : Irate

t Rt't':. JI"j" ., J :t' Ihl't: IIf the wave of public farted an i in\e:-p.at'un. and at:..::- f). ,:,., riaZ.lr Sr< IcLniLg! : in. the' !'uildmg, large faculty thorough cours.j.t -. ,

Being the couple d ('i id.l '}i t'-ia: (:,. ',+o, ART SCHOOL-New Stm'.iO.; Co?'::, ; -, n.ud< .s. .
1 And 'm intent :I' .rainst!! the whiskey traf I \.;d! bits;: ua.V'-r: .:;} ;aivc.tini i tavuai : t.:;
I.. *. 'i I'.'I. iif'arity' "l'iIJ$ ..". that IH: :' .ure to sweep the state' va.s a woman in inicl r'.t! "-. !!. ... Stetson !Las a tacu'of! : 4s prjf-"' r i'" in--u.-: >.... ::hey h"'l: i deli
'1 "Ih vi I vUr I :... ; ; : ; ti..
< .. :l"L' -at : i ir C.tll" :; :::
('ailed in Captain \\T.der:! .1111: ti. tn.un IJ i of Chicago. i s'i.-: .. Yale.: 1).. .-, Co:ii-ihia:
i I., ..tim. ..! 1''' ".at il. ,.' toW!! the day. Be till.'t ,; !!rePS: : iron tr' ; under b ,arl! i'i.teamer : i "\ll !!. '.\ lit :u tL 1''_ .:..,:;,. t.r ) '
I v i.ittic: (;, ,.- stray \M, welcome Editor L'En:!,'p pa..ptl arrt on < : t'or >n'oVake! Foresr. Louisv.'ae. B..\,' :: rechr, i>'. :. .., l"ni'Pfsityuf

I'I tl.rain: ; of those who woiihl 1'\11\ ,. : Tarpon on whicL th: .:' ha.'i :I ;ll: ,.f i-"j LJ L: ,. j..-: iiril." 'd Michigan LVnnisoa and other Universities. There arc l" :. |;::')11.,11..1), i ja

A. :,i."w. >r ,| ak.-n for :.JoJtip.!! \ a ati'ck of o.d" ti.at ta l.ir"l' ,
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1 :!t' state ol till' blighting tnflu-'nP ol passage buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million o: >:.." t : lowm ll:: an
It. r th i iiti In .\t tlv police slatun; the \\.'i.nan ti!'_" hull any fie Latvt::' c.ii.it-J, and tai: fur-
: th ;
Of v hr i IL.i. Ik !; 1 111' liurrooi! and we reproduce the eil I 'ndowed library of over i:;,'""'(' volumes; a beautiful+ chllt; : 't cos'Iy:
ued her sex and claim.1 tie W1the :- 1" saving a yr.-a; deal, as: he has for; i inany
7 oil ln.lJltn.\JO i pipe
I )WiInto :-,rial: in wit; 'Ii he takes position with ishmgs.: including stained glass: windows. paintn:::> a $ \
!IO' son of William H. Hill. The; 1 Lrer ;; years carried a hue of nierchaniise with an enclosed Athletic Field
Gymnasium complete apparatus ;
ne prohibit;uiiis-ts as a notable sgif organ: a
--.:..1,1.: : in TampA the growth \af moral sentiment iEtie i also made the ame chum: bu i iwhen about as large as the capacity of. 1 unning track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides swimming -

New\ *. state. But in welcoming Editor they saw that the officers wen! his storerooms would allow. golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women;
letermined. finally admitted that the Frank says his reasons for going! and
MCST CLEVER WRITTEN ART 'Engle and his mentors we cannot !, Ii Iiwoman i it ten large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology Mineralogy
had disguised herself by curing [o market this early was not only for+ : electric electric belli.
ICLE. help! reminding him and them thai : Biology ; several large museums and, shops; lights,
off her hair and donning a suit +cf he purpose of having an early star I
; heat walks shell roads broad avenues, spacious ca.mpU3.shrubbery ,
I j' ai-patches announce that err conversion comes too late for I team cement ,
))Y'S clothing. The woman claimed lmt to get on the ground first and supply : students' clubs star
i other
'1.. i 1.' '.'., w of the near emperor olK them to appropriate the prohibition and trees; social literary, musical and ;
l'ni i hat her reason for doing this wa;:; I Ithat himself-before the other trades- The location is beau-
Christian and not sectarian teaching.
.i t .I., t teen condemned to be movement as a campaign slogan. i I lecture! courses;
I she had married Hill against the'wisbes men had gone over the goods and tim
toged. and two of his associates tserve fortunately for them they have an I iful; and healthful, and the expenses are low.
ug-I of the man who had ream(} extent depleted the desirable lines the Prefident.
folders information address
terms of life imprisonment for I)*' record for dereliction in the For catalogs "it'ws. and
ber, and she was afraid that if tbeman The Bazar Store, the ground floor ;
tfcrtr participation in the Hague peace t ? I is LINCOLN HULLHY Ph.D. Litt.D., LL.D., DeLand, Fla.
r.Last should overtake them he would of' which is 30x90 feet janirn:: i iI ,
eoaferen". spring, when the legislature
kill her. They claimed to have com I with goods from floor to ceiling many;
It will J of. n'niemhebred that all o! was in session the Sun openly boasted ---- ---
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to this city Sunday morning fronTycock being still in their: original packagcored s
this s"t.4..dIn.. the Hermit Kingdom, that the administration-more definitely under and table 1 !J.cause *-
Fla., a small town near Chip counters State; Institutions for Education
including the overthrow of the ruler speaking, the governor-was there is not room enough to Higher

reins of in the saddle, that whatsoever hewanted ey.The I
who had held the governmentfor :
i notebook of Hill, who would: properly display them. i
\ forty years, wa caused by the done was done, and it is amatter lot state in what business he is en: I The dress goods department Gain .!,

...j' "')action of the latter in sending; delegates .] of history that there was hairsplitting I aged, showed that he had traveled I > pronounces "A Triumph in Meihandising r.I .: of the I Florida Female College
conference when log-rolling and caucusing oi University
the Hague "
to I much during the past two years. It I as by a lucky stroke b:

according to the contract he had entered everything that in the least threaten : howed that he had been in various succeeded in laying in a stock of La-i
State; of Florida
tht affect the political interests ofthe
ed to
into with tfce Japanese II places in Georgia Alabama, Florid; lies' Skirts (in Silks, Panama, Tallahassee, Fla "'M'** ..

latter were to have tb exclusive say governor and his friends from the< md Mississippi, and at one time b Voiles, heavy and light weight Woolen -

10 in all matters affecting: foreign avestigation of the internal improve I was evidently worth considerable Plaids) that would be a credit tin Gainesville' Fla. A College for Women, without *

rotations.Tnit I I uent fund down to state printing, bu noney, as cancelled checks for large establishment several times the parallel in the South embracing a

however, merely came as the i here was no time to give to the great Liberal Arts, a School for
The
amounts were found among his belongings size of the Bazar Store. sam A high grade institution for young Colege of

Climax of a Ions series of duplicities moral question that so vitally concerns It is believed that the couple may also be said of the Linen, Creped men, offering Literary, Scientific En- Teachers a School of Industrial

00 the part of the foxy old emperor, the peace and happiness of the ( either came from Palatka c oGJainssville a Chene and Taffeta Silk Shii Sneering, Agricultural and Pedagogical Arts a school of fine arts, Including

aa for consideratioihe Strong Faculty; well equipped laboratories
to settle this mattetr. bill was up ? from the latter place according and the pretty designs in Himont thorough instruction both ture, elocution and Physical Culture.
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They settled it. master hand of the governor watot to t a bill cf lading, in the came of L.W and Dressing Sacques.In theoretical and practical; careful su- A Faculty of able specialists in all

ID onl.T to settle it thorough!) I in evidence in its support, and iiv I Grady. the ladies' department may alsbe pemsioa and discipline; biga moral departments.Tuition free. Charges for special

they have decided that the nephew mistake not the Sun sneered aioth I There was no trial of the couple i in: seen the latest hits in Milliner, tone. instruction in Fine Arts reduced to a

must be hanged the bill and its introducer.In Embroideries Laces, Ribbons, Gloves ,. No tuition charges to Florida: stu New buildings in course
of the n He hit self has been intervietreioa the hurly-burly of petty politic ing, the officers preferring to wait Hosiery, etc. And the attractive line i For catalogue expenses and information very adof: construction. Write for Catalog.

the i\IIjt>t't. As he strolled to I he governor and his friends at ;aI until this morning before placing tbe, of' Ladies' Underwear: can hardly bE I dress ANDREW SLEDD. A. A. MURPIIREB,

and froxii 'The corridor of the Grand time when they were in full control, case in the courts. So far. the inveiigation surpassed anywhere, haying been se'.I President. PresidentROLLINS

Central hot-l 1 ht discussed the situation ,I lost sight entirely of this great stat has not resulted in sbeddinmy ; lected with an eye to serving: th I -

,. wi-h! markahle sans;; froid for luestion-great because it involve light upon the mystery, excel: I! most fastidious dressers. ... -- t.

., iT' one-half the work :;.... morals of numberless nine amhe thaI of the first floor rooi --
a man who has only hat[ a search of a trunk revealed : I The rear 'I -

between him and the hangman. He i comfort and happiness of cotta I t the' parties had evidently been cam --I looks more like a wholesale establish

even i't., jht to the t discussion a grea 1 !ess women and children-and so loshe I ins in the woods, as the trunk cot. ment than a retail one, with its grea: J COLLEGE I

deter justice and good sense i opportunity to plant themseheiquarely i I tained a camping outfif.-Pen>acol quantities of Men's, Boys' and Chi!

T I t'.' '-red} the fear that by sur I in the forefront of the et.,.1 Journal. I ilren's Hats and Caps>; and then th \VI\TKR PARK FLA.

i '.i i ij: himself to he hanged he< !! ightened; moral and Christian "nti.mt'nt I I myriads of shoes: for the ladies me Offers superior advantages in high grade college, academy expression

., MIH-IV impair his future use- that is destined to curve out th,. Oiling the Streets I and children would also:: ju::;: ty tnliehef music, art, business, stenography, and domestic science,

.::1'i t hN country Try as hi' pen barroom and its baleful imU; -I We call attention of tht street committee i that no r-tail etUblishmer courses.

I' f>:amt it\ impossible! to fief Hioes.-Starke Telegraph. to the follow itlg. which WItake ; would carry such a vast stock. Most attractive, healthful and refined surroundings. For full

i.iat'- in the same light as <
',4" .lapa, *: _a who had pronounce PROHIBITION IN PENSACOLAPensacola press: i the Bazar can't be beaten. Thet..: i:I J. H. BRIE ):\. or. W. R. 0' :\E\.L. Sec'yilu. ,

i the d'att?i >t'nta1\l't>. Without an; 1aAtFeting Samuel Fox a machinist living a4f t I may be found :Suits: from $t to $2Overalls !: I )(\ Fia. < >h'latitht<<< Fja.McMillan [ .
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Fla. Aug. f
1 c. ;mile. : of opinion withou )>20 South Main street, is at work 01an 11 of the best makes, Shins t cevery -

rlaill Aped'j JC any r\iwrt knowledge on th< lllt of the Escanibia County Pro invention which he maintains wi!I known description, and last IJlInot t/1

object, h- could nut bring himself into libition League held today, plans tvage < revolutionize the methods of applyin, least (iu value) thousands of Colars 1- '

j. .'ft't ment with the death dealers" a hard campaign were mappe< oil on streets and country roads. Th e of every style and size, whitare :1 ; Bros.

l Of course. as hot> casually suggested, out, and within a few days the prop_ aparatus has not yet been complete( being sold for FIVE CENT: ,
t ) of real service t+<; fo but the inventor insists the detail EACH.
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,'I'1 If he could be any 'I mionisu will start the campaign
\ over to be hanged tbe have all been worked out on a scieitific Gadson is also agent for the f:
,)\ hi* coinrrv b> going: a "dr>" city. It is expected that ; I Southern Copper Works
a tine or two he would be venclad r I sill present their petition to the tout basis and that there can be ndoubt ,o mous Wanamaker & Brown Tailorin,

ton"' us his suite of rooms a t I, tv commissioners tomorrow night, rt._ whatever of its immediate SU( -I House, and the volume of business bsends el

t the Grand ventral and lay down hi:!'I testing that a special "wet" an cess.Mr. I this concern in a month woul 'Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills .'

life 1.1. a time There was no I : "dry" election be ailed within sixt;. Fox declares the present nietlotls 1'1 ,surprise: even his close-watching'

York at this seasoi 1 \ taken of allaying the dust evil with wjter i pt>litors.s Workers.
) t it. >i .t end New lays, when a vote will be upo::11 rand General Metal
But it seemei ( I has d< and oil are primitive. Gravity i i ithe i illj : The school children l were not ore 1 1I
anyhow The league
,1 t !te war he: proposition. : I I ..
trip for nothing.In campaign'adquarters agency now employed to di!$- ; looked during the proprieor's buy int. g -- -- -
", !lone prohibition
i i 1' i a ided to open
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impai._ charge these' fluids from the carand trip in the East, e.ther. as will b.: fur new one's. Patchingtltrltugh
I 11! ,. spirit of absolute in one of the building;s i ( lid Stilly taken in exchange

i 1.1'1' u: v ',t- has decided' to wait develop].. I in the city and place an experience,li this process he points out i iwholly it'i I::; sen by the e\u-ti: >:ire lot of all Kind.' the oouutry a specialty: Orders by mail or
or week:S thIupaign. unscientific and clumsy.: Hiidea l5 of school supphe-. he has laid in.. sue h receive attention at either of the
i l'wl1l', J Fur a few da+'s i man in charge, who will l conduct wirwill prompt
tol Itt' will oscilla'e between ;!: .' The liquor men have alsorganized 0 ;I i.s to apply the piinciple of thforce ,to. as tablets, copy hooks pencils pea:0.. foils 11'iti work -

., .,, perfecto-in lie:It. : to wage amequallv pump. and to attach nozzles UI. etc.
'rife and a and promise i SAVANNAH GA'
his native land andgtve ; the prohibitioni : his invention to the iliiharpipes! ;-. Uad on is: m-f. noted for jt-we'rv: FAYETTEtfllLE, N. C.JACKSONVILLE ,
ik- >'aki! of hard tight against I
+A i'it matter thorough consldva- ; ->t<, and owing to the truly comopolitan -;- : by which means an even tl! tri1)utionI but he has now several cas: of excellent FLA MOBILE I ,
\ of the oil or water on the: streets winhe values in this line which he!
to
tion, h)' H. i is pt Tf.'ctlv frank say ,I citizenship it is. believed : ALA"V
Ik'idt't'han ;" E secured. The oil will!; pass ins stands ready Tu g'taran'ee :u be t.i:
slight ..
that tfck; there i i-v a that at present they have a .. -- -
iht elf the nozzles by comprsion, the! fore best that can be ha.l for te! mon< y i iOv :; -
j Ait presents the
this tenlperaneeworkers
th' -I' latioii: lead. but with
1 'J.in noose hunting anti developed being directed against, a 'ala, or any otaer plae: for > a,r:
he will not eo enthusiastic are SlIpI '
l his I"H!
to ,'vtiamve to commit hari-I' : in the move: by a number of distributor plate.! A hot water olHam matter.A '. "
t Wi
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nor !ported ir
of Japanese wt'altllcit.- coil in a wagon accornpaimiuthe full line of noreltialso; ah" ir. '-, icola House
.J' kari for the: aroater: ferry I. the most prominent and wiH! *, rvs. ;
Journal. i! oil tank at a safe distance "Teddv Bears' from 6 inches > 4
KUfCaAtanta of the city.
Tate in \z
I supply! the necessary heat for the oil feet in height; Cushion Co\f- .', y "

by this process th' 'desirable! designHau: i Flc< '
: claimed that niany
FLORIDA Etc is
BUYS A Honor to Whom, Ii.. ,
PITTSBURGER : the streets, genii Frau.- Ui: -
TOWN While :some people are telling us rl will fall upon Post Card Books, Fancy OLD
flLLEOHAHY
I I who was the most instrumental in. and evenly in the form of spray anbecome ing Room Pictures of all! kinds aud

Too Slow to Suit Him, So:,I getting the bill passed giving hack to' thoroughly mixed with the :, scores of other articles that are "u.-e-
Its People believe : surface coating of dust. Mr. Fox says ful as well as ornamental.! "
Checks I Lake City her property, we
: Laughlin Signs i Editor Storrs of the DeFuniak Breeze :: he intends to submit his plan to th.? :,; On account of the unusually !farr'g'-''' PURE RYE.

the : city authorities with a view to inducing stock bought for the fall business 'he
of
person
Pittlrg 15 -Th* latest mot could give the name I
Aug. the idea of combination them to give it a trial. : second story of the building has been

t t.o{ among Pittsburg millionaires is: I who first that suggested made all hands happy.- II,I, i I called into use for display rooms Put 4 full Ots

dou't like the town, buy it i Shot a Man's Eyes Out Here will be found on display great up
-If )('U Lake City Index.
I Jefferson Ap I Prince Murphy a negro man, living :quantities of Crockery, Glassware
move it. His name is Thomas i
aud
Laughlin Jr., of the Jones pleyard, editor of the aforesaid Lake in the Early Bird section accused:1:I Enamelware, Tinware. Matting Rugs: in Fancy Cartoons
,
James the idea to Henry Henderson of the theft of a pistol i of pretty design. Wmdow Shades of
has who suggested
purchased City Index,
& Lwshlin Steel Company in Tallahassee and instituted a search for it, bu: all colors and descriptions. The up Delivered at
of Zellwood, Orange the editor of this paper I your
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the town his winter I during the session of the legisla i failed to find it. After he had finishe< I stairs will also be used during the

A ('OUnt'IOfida., to add to suggestion grew the his search Henderson told him he had< l ;winter season for the display of the
had become ture. Out of the : Office
Bata te. The town people I II plan and Mr. Appleyard did not stop ; no right to search his house and tha: larger holiday goods, many of which I Express

!ItfwttU to him. suggestion, but worked he intended to make him suffer for'it' 1 have already been purchased.

a 'J atiud cared nothing for progressa" II IIL. with merely We did I Murphy told him that if he did nOl t'I Too Bazar Store has: instigated a 'For 83.20
consummation.
I lot to a Pitts- until the :
sell a "
tubt"d 1 to extends ten
modern totel I what we could to help along, but the I shut up he would blow his brains out, "Souvenir Week, which
oj --'h-I man tor a Appleyard, and finally fired upon him with a dot'\ days from August 20th. Every customer -
due Mr.
many pec.1a credit is largely i
Sins it would bring too and put bot!1 i will receive a pretty souvenir write for
bin. blertarrelled shotgun
and destroyHi and if his people will not give i : Regular $1.00 J a Quart Whiskey;
,. to the neighborhoftl didn't suit enough, be can have the mite tha: ; of his eyes out Murphy was arrest::-j upon visiting the store during this pet -

pastoral dairaThls checks for the might be coming our way for good i : ed by Deputy Hutson and in defau] riod. complete Price list.

Uohin..o he rote DeFuniak Breeze IOf $atooto ball he is now in jail to awai t Frank Gadson has been in businessin ,

to'n.l I measure.- trial. Ocala for many years and hardly

The multi-millionaire selected Zell- Telegraph says tha needs any introduction to the buying House Wine Rooms.
\ consid- The Macon Ocala
:
..... wood for his winter residence beauty and the l legislature has taxed .almot ev Capt. W. B. Deahaia speaks iJ!l public, but the immense line of goodY :,

r Bring it a place of unusual to Georgia except demagog. glowing terms of Tampa's future b he has purchased this season canno;!
He has nowchangtd err\t\uS OCALA. FLORIDA.
I exceptional climate. reason of the Tampa Northern go unnoticed. i
1 the name to Sydow e.i I 4th .. a.d gopsie5 I





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ui.v. ::t a gi i ins.wot. : ;(jaa :., Siflewa.k Area of Ocasa! _)f 4n',PnCt.1.. -f'". .a...,--p' ".. :t n: ;eL -Nis 4i- .. .' .."""" .l. ?* chain-, Notice i is )t. eby. g.vy : .r

-uL ff wa, flHaJC fur q:2"' y Ip.r-......,-- :. p' '..... -eeks after T.e i.rr ti ." ; ;.1,
't Eiizaastn I Ham, Local Editor. .. :- .;to -i: we. tb* uniriapply J' : *U
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Mrs. Leonard Itozier was no bet ; :: => :i ar-i.:: tc a: ; : : u ;,->r ,',..,..-c.,,r. \, 1..r ',1:,.,& .. a., "..., : A'''',,.'' :)t; .. \0.. tJa).. ;., .' Manton Florida! for l Ittrrpater; -. t. .- under
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yesterday.Yesieruay. : IiI.Jlng: a o 19r ::;11 +'I C : 2:: a: O'::: f:. aZnaCr; wa rv \, ... ., 0'" : $!"-f.'" EDWARD pfl, ..Li

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COL Z cr:.e i niouot for a ri"v, ri: : F"6r ,. : .. and Ocala Athlete Associst; : r.date -
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cirfar ce \r.r. as tt .aa3: : cc-:i :: ...- .z T -- "t..: ,. \_-. .: -. chains. Yo.:: t2 II< 'i. Ocala: Mariono'ny: F. ('la.E .

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\:": 'a : ') 2. To do any and al'L':1 l :.-yes-
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officers shag'a rm r. :; c'.. "" ; :r ass
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1 tn$ .. ',,' 1 JL E' :-' .. : ---ZCa.: ..': : NDTtCE : WASTES S.c'rL iOE !C'r" o1.&'. i .1r; t'j.1t.; If. $Z)'I' t charter of the 03.tieJt-
I "PI : fa..rfl for Tax Did Under" ic Association who sev-ral'y: acknowledged
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I E'raJ '.c.: iu-- sectiyt : '>}WBHC:/- :fat'1L j b frf Chapter 48s, Laws to me that They ;; ;

oiifin .. .":. at i iico ai < "' :. : :" "c :' '\' .-u+- ::, : : ran,," :z a.x swrf to O':a.a Fourac \ ,- A Florida ed their names to the sac': ?rored

..hEd:! :1: I-t-:'r IuDi ,,-- w2te- "" :.2Ho: "_ r <: :Ma'hii.Wursj\ \ gjeas :;arum: a., :-;'J'if'iJf I charter for the uses an 1 r purposes
.. fawtby' given that
S / : ; :J.. we.aL.a'el ;; 'd;: ';:. .,: "!li" : ': frorr ?:::!"**{. n; S'tilt.; J. L. I therein ser-forth and expre1.;

Al:* :1rr. p,mfr of tax certificate''i j :My commission does no ...xr- re until -
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titvrai :: c'JlUg. :;:a .. M'r'ra"! s.....a!!.,. .ai.J&..; !. tn' !db- Nc; .. :;:: dares thy Ibt day of June A the 10th day of October. +1 '\ ,
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$tt' ) Itrt} b .;(H ,. W BJJ laid certificate in my

tic. : ..' :Lt st : : .'" a'Y'L '' 'r ::-. .',-,r.ait ? .. :"'L dnz :: :: Cocn;"' !!2<, a' wuthw"f WY (.Afif acid hat g made this 17th day'of July. A. D 19"T 1.

andJ vur Cour- Mar:;>L Cc' .:,". ? \ t "X"'raid .- !Ir'i aijr f.J';dtE.: r1i1L application GEO. W. MARTIIN.

'E ciiani"is: .' 'w=::?r-1L: : ::.. i, f...... fo"f1.'i'. : '=: f '. OJ'J.r.; !1 ft't: ffft' Utx dij'd to lH* e in acfordancertificate Notary Public State of F: );:da at

-. 'iZ': TV 4 : -::: :!'.. \1(1'; a.w. said ':* embracesfQW Large. 7-! 7.. 17.
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lima' : ," a ',',Imp_: -. wh: a i-a- 'r'. "vC2, ::::!;,,:: 'It'a ;" '"'' ':: fGJIiD: ,rfl'! :;" f4.1tI1'L t11s iJi !. joonty Florida tow -

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P G&!.uv \ f'- & i :... ,!zrE mos :\ 2.1. ': \\',:: : .': a. :t.'L .: ': : to G "I!,. ";.t,< ,111.; ,!.jlf r. :.1' .' quarter, section l Bullock Judge of the Circui: Court

t c :lifur! r- :If i ... fig: alone v "-r oiWoitay. i-.tzL; t", .<. 'J t..(!if''IO '-a.jt.4.JWWitJ.JiI! ; : 13 srwtfa, range 22,' of the Fifth Judicial Circu: 'f Florida -

a..r btr .:... 'L: to ". _.-asI ; Sertemaer: 2nc A. D ;1..1' :: rdJ r i fsfjaaiii! } 1I..tt w Tt. said! land bejrr on the 13th day of JuK. : '+"':. in

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t ._ : _n b ;'t.-vj weight Hme. Analfe I : P. ; '. .. outs &it",* l' : State; any citizen of such reo'' : : district :
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vriu CrrE C.rcuit: ( (curt Marion By H D Pal :.,' '." '.', .( .' .,, *: '" ? the meeting of the Board tt':
t.: tc further paructtitrs met r .' < 0.0>t* .-.>./: ... .... h' .. tir 1" f.bM 8id day I)f &p.

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w AND-COMMENTS THE TRUE AMERICAN SENTI. there was nothing in the transaction s: I! CANDLER CULLINGS : LAKE WEIR LOCALS I BEL LEVIEW BRIEFS I

MENT MANIFESTING in restraint of tra.jP. The consumeof -
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', ITSELF oil was uninjirtd, assuredly: because ,! Special Cor. Ocala Banner: special Cor. Ocala Banner: I j Special Cor. Ocala Banner; I
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had the obsolete! rate of eighteen i- ; W. T. Wil-iams? and C. D. Schult:z ilrs. Avington Fancher returned t() I 1 ".
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Of course this journal should, as i in I cents been paid-which, seeiugthat ; j! have made a great improvement ii n Bradentown last Sunday after spend.I| deserted, dead quiet

.1 .--.- duty 1'0111111.11tl itnote; of satisfaction six cents had long been the act-1 i th e appearance of the street north o f : ing two months with her mother, Mrs" and )rot. Everyone has gone away

; I. 'arlllull ual rate would have been preposterous them by taking out all of the jac]k j i Moody on the lake for recreation.Rev. .

:1' a little Ilk'. to the hvattTiial roar of applause -the user of oil would have been oaks and grubs that have disfigures ti! Mr. and Mrs. Kates of Tampa area and Mrs. Sirdefield, Misses

_,I with Winch the practically unanimousof i obliged to pay the additional freigut[ the street for years. A feather i [ occupying one of Mr. C. J. Smith'scottages i Ethel and Grace Miller and Mrs. True

b press the country has bailed the charge. their cap for this. for a few days.
much. Whittier have gone to the Mount Dora
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act of Judge Landis in fining thStanlanl The offense of which the company C. D. Schultz has lately bought th.e Mr. Pearson Moody. who has spent

:'.'!1" : ,j Oil Company the enormous'." i, was' so glibly! and easily convicted,,, Sinclair property and is now puttingit ? I the past year on the Key West extents camp meeting; Mr. Polly and his

n "and so monstrouiy! nued. vas n''ith- in fine order i I daughter Alice have gone to Massachusetts
-urn' ol twnt> -nine millions, two adding largely to i j bion is visiting his mother, Mrs. E.
er restraint of trade, crimination attractiveness.J. I ; Robert Polly has to
!undred and forty thousand dollar..,- fP. Moody. gone
tI and he might have added, in ord -r to attempt to create a uwnvuly! nor conspiracy Y. McKinney busily engagedin I I I Every house and packing house is I Jacksonville: Judge Hopkins and

i 1 t sire i due significance to the verdict, to rob the consumer. Damage getting ready the material for an! i filled with Ocala campers We need wife have gone to C''nn'etieut : Mr?.

.;'Ihi'* (1.1 ;.T the last naim.! trifle way done to ncbodv! wha"'v r; orange and vejptable! shei. v.-hrh:! h(' a hard road to Ocala; and norp houses I Frank Pelot has ;ironTampa.; : :Mr.

wo j ..i to come nearer to the ii'-ither public! nor private interests:; rill pat up on Cumberland i land for 10 accommodate the people who :( and \11'- Ridge hat t' t:. .!."' somexxierei

- ".ere harmed in the slightest by the hp Carney i i to MI'xx rie' founiu'n o.' youth :Mrs
'"n '' I i-t return of his fine after : people I I would like TO {>"'iid the summer on : ,

::1 r- ih''' ;" i I'*...n ('alml.; passed upon transactions specified in the indictor i Rains are, slow to COH.Pwater: i is:; 1 the Ifrke. There has been quite a Ban-o'; : : .ias gout' r.i ... in her luis .

,trl'tt. H t'" I y :: 'f "/llirt. ( nt. I low ; but people are waiting with i ,: number from Kendrick, McIntosh An- i ihaa'l,: : )11' Bogart 1,1' .It' tL' Ikaa1 !

.,-...0I" 1ttII I Inc offense of the company wa in l daily e\-ppotatinn i 1h \fly, Oxford. and in fact from the :0 \ ""ri, I' i' :\\Irl\'t'r t'; \IarKa! ) : Mr
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ali (JIJ. Oli! t" rate ut llelght. tlll\e ELECTRA ITEMS : : ts-i-;:. ". :. : ;:::0111<' :L. : > ex't: : ;:1, .
or just !
:;:' 'i !14 el I u, ,'liI'\' th"! a (ain;'h.-r: [i'I.-n for ,: .
'. It' f .1 : '.'> '.1.' ; r:;.:>-rr\' : time: the: charge ii.aiie l by olpr ia.1i ; the summer Some: rrr'l--r; .-". ;, trI '0 :..: ': an t .! a: nm.t'

I' ,I.. 1 tI ., 0'''. l ':,. chtir! : :'i i',/ .iThe om--n-n; i, of the Chicago Slt[ ial Cor. Ocala; BiniR : ,- !r: ; -V. with cai'ital could ma.;,.' :. ;;,,' ,"3r i i| IIi 1 i- I:'. iShin:.:: t a' 'Ut in' :' u.,:'

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I II : q ; I ,, ,'.,-: :t'it'! /-d! the sun: and -ub-taUe! ofo > ,.urin!! :!. :1- -i-1 l'' ax: 11.Mi: M-1- friends at loH. .*' '" rae il[ .t- 1 IrUJi a: 1 ,; ., nrk !-
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,'it -i .' I. 1'11' ..11 ,-. !, ; cliiicality n"u: which the on of Pan! Ciy, They! are 'i;:-t-ours- (t past week: K l h i C iLr+ r t' to i.t:. :\11'. 1it 1\ t' t

-- ., p.t .- ..,i':.lI'l 1 uii COllljmy; : wa.> convicted.! ,, ,\n:! to !:-.rg.. awl atJentp-' audiences. .: ,!:..,.'- 5t. 1..1! )" '''1 s\'a '..,: ,1.-
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; "i j.'. l' ti' .. '_:: {'!! '|.( .lIdll.1 .-tt'- :.MrD. D, Richardson. the motherin.Jaw .' 1 'HI I'; id! bur tell iiueUot \\'rh-
\ r L. .s ,tdit ( >:.iiort. r ". 'j :1: ltd: Lave a fine pro-pei! fur a godi1.
t ...,.. '. \\ .1,1. :..< tur- \, : i'! !trL"j: ,d no one and [ ofIr.. Sterlma: Shackleford. MI --i- Bryant .t'. '! .\ shxvoxv ;"! >. it
t'ec'I U (i II. "''iit'n !h... wh'r' .. .rin: .- i iMi ,
I '"at. :. .t-.tI : fount ..- ut t.' t..1'!' >-i' hi.,;: a teclriical! viola-1' I who has been at the Glenwood Hotel "I!a!',!( i' .! IIl"'llI':i )Ul" t. '1. .:'':
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..i ir.: !Ir wait < i.i n of I i':'. :.!\\'. tl h" company was i I !i-,. Rosa Beets and Miss Dixie j 1 for some weeks" left for her home at' f'II\I! :,L-;, Mr.KI.UI, : u the; r' :.' I
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I f i !' ''i r 111' ''";iiiil g ,' 'm n.vv than fourteen !I Pillans Lave returned from their trip 1 Tampa this morning. She desired this instance some boys, P o,._ it ube ;.I" .:,j
papiTIt hay n'' TO see the t. 'II-!
u a i'*: mon ::::1'11.1' the reI": n'1 and the j : -i: i; eof hundred'Iota. .Jil\: : Landis fine.! south and report having had a delightful 11' paper to say in her behalf that manyof just the proper r.:;.',..: to !inn! .,

.f li'i!,.- it the P,:!\illl lll' penalty: on each I! : time. the things said about :Mr. Shackle. bonfire under the t'lil' ..nd -ter tin
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I .- a I 11..1> I lillI '''!i- io do 'o. toiint ana' : ht. ai'"iid' total of this Miss America Pillaus has returned ford were grossly exaggerated She smoke. Their plea:.urt. was nii.-ie.; !

i ,I i \' rt ( 'n.!' .'troy 1 Til'xi,r,lift ar-ioidmir to the IV'Iman '!. amazing djrment wits tvvent-nhu !| from Tallahassee.! says that when he was in Jacksonville in the bud however by some lad;. -

,.. 1 11'! I! 'Ill.lU of ; il. :Jions. two hr.uh\l: and forty thou i i Hiss Laura Driggers of Lake Weir he was in almost daily correspondencewith Otherwise things are quiet. unto
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: tlo"s; i -, illU. ..d 1 a: bt- odor : the r.nk nJ1IIf injustice Fin mid! dollar |! is visiting friends and attending the his family and that the jewels some of our people get back ti.nu

l + and $. '' nnD : jus in j ri''i c'H-'uin.: Inn though: The amount! of this fine is fifty > meeting at Moss Bluff this week. I' said to have been stolen by him were camp meeting and the North. Nt:

t ,; the !.'arms fall and: } the passi'.1-it-; i times guavr than the entire value 1 j Mrs. J. A. Pittman of Ocala is visiting taken with the full consent of the week will witness the influx, led ii
i !hoy \\il a r'' hilt'ti/," em- of the ('onlUofltcarried: under the i i:1lJjrtnwll Mrs. Waters but will return J owner. Mrs. Richardson says that Mrs. Washburn and Mrs. Randall and
)public, <>aded I to frenzy by a Tunscourse
, bore JlImhlIilllals,1 tar' lit1'hilip: of sensational and unsnbslantiaa'd i !. For each car of oil val I! home today. I she was censured by some persons for daughter Gracie. BABY.Taft's .

r III : ) "exposures" Standard Oil! tied at four hundred and fifty dollars! :t Mr. and Mrs. Stapleton have gone I taking the part of her son-in-law, but

k a' '. 11 wr to {treat metlio'h, clamor for it- destruction.let the company'a fined! twenty thousand to Ohio to visit friends. We hope i that she believes that she did the part speeches: : are almost as big

',' I i mt,"l State; KOi \"- : i 1' dollars. of as: he is. .a 1'-: _. _,
( there rule the !innort of jl1-'ie' they will have a nice time. f the "good Samaritau"and as the
" ,s i '1" iluiusimdh\ .' It this lie justice, if it be ordinary in Jacksonville --- -- --- -- -- --
t ; i : for the' Standard! Oil Company a- for' 1 Miss Rosa Beggs will leave for herj; courts and Ocala both
.t '.P.A, I ii .1:1/i : |prison 01 be :;ei common spent1Ii,. Bellman is unaI released him it stands to reason that FRECKLES AND PlriPLEb
any other corporation! great or \ I home in Madison this week. We ar"'l l
t II I, :)le to see; it. Such proceedings savor i things said about him
I I' I small. I II I' I very sorry to lose her bright face and some were ex REMOVED In Ten Days.Nadmola.
I I of claptrap and farce and must 1 She said that she
sug- aggerations. was
Unquestionably the fin'?: impound: hy ,| hope she will soon come to visit us ; '
I i I.t ",a '"i.t'n, 'l.uiiart of 'be deni-., Judge 1f'lmeawlollotnin: Landis. Best' to the impartial observer the again. I' satisfied that Mr. Shackleford's experiences

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h i.i" :slap-stick stage trial arranged more would be a lesson to him
j Some of Electra
forty years old. and for only two year our peonie expect The Complexion
i .nil.'It!! ....man XVo<>ilMn oft i j for the of the melodramatic
t I H' v.i judge of the United States district purpose satisfying to attend the meeting at Oklawaha and would help to make him a better U.v}" Ceautiner i3 en-

I'.liI'I'' -, > Hi- Nebraskan! will be court of the northern district of illinois. tastes of the audience: thanto Bridge church which begins this man, and to this end she hopes that _.-
I{ I otul,;, I'\ -'anation.! This has a grand. sonorous ring to it. 1 serve the impartial ends of justice. week. be will have the prayers of the good V'-L-::::.# _.. .l1f.. { rjtetul' l.uies., and

'[ ,uu'at"I,, : n'e: H--nr> NX'attersonji I The millions tif dollars roll out big '-The Minneapolis Bellman. I IFL The Farmers' Union held their reg- people of Ocala. 'S;,, -l ';;:= aar-nteeJ to remove
th I Bryan band wagL2 t. : 'l! all facial di co1ura-
'I, ,- i 'Ito to .
and round the of ular meeting last Saturday. and will
\ on tongues pian. MINGTON-FACTS I *-\t
, I Ir Dr. D. M. Boney of Ocala. Fla., Is --i. "" tions and restore the
. .r. iik.: irT II
< I who lacking hundreds, are thirsty: for have a called meeting next Saturday beauty of youth. Thewort
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the guest of :Mr and Mrs. M. Handels-:
r ; cites!! vengeance; against some OPl'rtw.l 'evening at 7 o'clock. i, ':01.:5 in twenty days 5'i.) and 51.00
Special Cor. Ocala Banner
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(.. t -l!ll. rnii! Times : nan on Thirt> -fourth street.-New
i they know not whom : for some vate: Mr. G. W. Waters and son Gus. had i iquite i ] ) ati21.I : <:..u; :tt-rc-. > mail
vhere tar of ittobacco ; Hot. dry weather is tlv order of : York Daily Press,
tl.L!i :1' : ., ', "'H: J"l ...
actthey know I\t wha. j a serious accident :Monday?;, arr ggii' J" aTtaa
r .less-e L Gray: of Con- : he duA > .
ki.iw.- t' But is it calm dispassionate jn-j i t when an old house fell down on them :;

",nnl i *)< '!/1.i'I: t tm ll"t"; than an I! tier:? Is it a penalty proportion to \party of young; folks !net at the :;and! bruised Them severely! but they '! _____ __ u __ __ _-__ _b __---- ---- ----- -- --

.,?. a' i T ::m<'. Land in adsdn thl'l j tlvoffene" Is sin-i. a preporo\ -:- ; !h .i-!.e of Mr. D. Fant la-t Friday ."v>ort no bones broken and! theyli'

.1." *ttn: :! u-thta'h'!: :! as ; anil e\tra\-i2i'ir: vii'gnu-nT' i'\i.... !!:U''!:' awl'l enjoxed A fitie !i-iTdll t : ::\: :h\ they will!! soon h" ai'?! o. k. i! i.t:.

.,.1"I Nil.i! I :tlv''iMjh] ; ; ) ;! p"l"; it'o.vb: ;" 1 1viitl' L- \tr.: J. :M. 'bitty has I-1-n on t'-e JOHN PETER. i al'

.: ; I': -r, ,". -t'a-:-;- ',iion Rent : \ to tap i !ttfrl\! : tie! \\,< !:''.! '1'-: 1"l k :'ii-: for( srvrral: ciay'e Wish a D1 '
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:' '! ., 1t-1 t. editor! (who, ill-' il-hlieia! : :"j II'il! w t':1:I .''Ol-t'r.'c\' i au '1'j! '.L'i ', a speefy: reeovu\\ GRAHAMVILLE AND CONNOR I 'I jb

i .r"arltCl ''of anin rican c.irit" "'Olil.i a t'. i ii l U, '- A. L- Pri-oc! !i-rt.'u! .,1 1 ... :M.t. :-. 'I I
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\ .t e :. i ', r I:ll\t.( t. 'i'" |I"l" al! ,', '-. v iHrs: i !I' -- .; "> :.:' ':'in at ','})".ln'.,' LaK !:; -' ...1' ,.'I'ra1'.1'r 1.-1. !, '._ ." I Il it j

t .r .I'pru(.!- '' ...;.. 'i !II I i.<. ,!'i I. I.* .ii.' :i i::! I ', ; ::i.ne-l !hll't':
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.a.; |iro\al ofi MI-U' t'li-: en -' t ji-.n'v. : tin i- :.. i"t.ii.I : :"- .ir..:. 1Vll'r'l : :. ('..rit.o.t.: .! t ::0 '. c
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i ,. 'II. H-cnrder .' :!nI.'j"1 i i."i. !tit ,,t J'll'ulaI'r.: j !''I'i'! P Ocala a-.i: \ir! : ',. .-.\ ..' : : ::i ,.!1.1 1 ;] ; '
.1" .' La.i the .. Id! -r"; .r" -
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11 i.I..t \\o-I\i\: at a pit! : : ( i rerr c- ,
L' 'LII 1 otci\! w'.ua! : Insatiably cads; !for ai'.JjUur {}J'el'1'1':1 :is:: '.u! the :j ) i \O:;'
I" v V I :" TUUKto itiiu it a' Red :lick last Sun k..t.L ')
i iI' i a \u"im. n'.arlles-! JllsI l't>. they,1 lay. old hoi. e" in ( ;irahamvitinsr: : : 1..s. ...l..J _

t'.e! new-vnper'l' fine! impost| l'Jii'U- Landis catulvtt, I torn folkMrs. -. 1
P' tt
,, p \ ,II.+ city ,\e-terday. j ap|>ear otherwise than an exaggeratedand Several arc'au'::: ; of attending theicnic I : Barney. and chiMi.i.? after a {,. at
'1.11 ) at Buck Pond next Friday. '
which! he i fantastic couct>- ion from the 11 I month's M-it to Mr. and MiGru::- ]
gigs., ., .. v i''w i. H-paper I' r
the old Globe I bench to the demands of an unreasonIng Mr. B. A. McEvven and niece. Mbsja: it Lynne. have returned! to Day Cit\ J
.". : -\1. 11 Hm I
Ii- inily removed 1 and injuiiidou spirit of vengeance I Ruby Nettles, isted: relatives at i iSainesville Mrs. Robert Holly and\ charmnii! ; 1 f

I'1|9 tlilllS II'. ;' MI Pratt aid he ex- I and i ruction which is zealous C last \ve!:. | ,;laughter, Roulah.: have rt-11l'd fro:: (

," I., c..' out tl,.' ttn-t! l :'i1 about ( to destroy rather than reform. Everybody is coviall; invited to a'-'a!'! i l few dan visit to Oxfonl l I|

10 !rl't'I To those who are sincere in their t end Sunday school; even Sunday atlie : Mr. Raymond Holly is a- !busa-
i,i'' |II.| -xpects; I 'j
!! paper-Tarn II' 1 hope that tratand. other larg in- tlilustnal church. UNCLE SNAP I i as bee these days. H' i- helping! io j1 j1mpply
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.. i corporations/ may be proper- the Ocala mark-1 with t>e.'f 3
E, 'IBVM \ .N.I'.t
1[y coturolled and justly made to contort A. a Hair Tonic Kerosene Is said to ;; We will all shout "Hall-I'ijah":. : ;I All our Men's \V0m n's and Chi dren' Low Quartersand

In', v ,. about to have a to the lax\ \\hich govern less! I Be Exellent: j sIt then the railroad throuch Ins sec: -J

.,! : .' ..1 ,Ir\ \ t-K-fiJon Men in'I,' I un\erful 01;nizatious, and to this I has been known for some time :: rI r inn i is kOnip'eted.' We f.ir'"i'-s! will Slippers

.. who tlalm to b* very I *lass the Bellu.au belongs! the action I jjjf i a geneial way that kerosene ani 1 : row rich. We have tine; :':till! and'
U 1.1" "' .1'
,..1| say 'InioiiiiM .Ill <) Judge! Landis will be a di&couragp! lied to the hair promotes its growth v hell I we get 'h? rolrng! -imk' \ '.\ xxi'l J --SAT COST
ell I "
a ... .. ha\i over-'i i ins; dlsWIinl mt>nt. I LvTlu' lost:[ women who have seen this state: Not into use t>\'t'I'acre. there! i- oveij' -j(

trite ,' .. .1..1\1 Hi,.' .. and-t"he/ hoard of reckless:: extravagance of then,! lent; iu print have felt that an eXt'rh! ;( ere: that vxill! mow a cauui?!" hiiie or j J, If you need a pair of shoes, now is your chance for
r.II. i ihi
!II.. ttir.-ai.-n to I- .j ud;n1t'lit. its ruthless disregard ofjr|j eat with the oil. unless it could he i s quash \

i'r. ,'II???,? tll Jacksonville |i IfJIH.rl! inn, its overwhelming swt>t>p. ti,i iiw eodorized I would not be satisfactory While ins Ocala recently. w.: roticedj i GENUINE BARGAINS

II'U\ 11.d'r\ : i- >rKia iwints i n: : casting aside of all consuierations'Rave ; tecently. however a woman was !, :iinind it the Commercial! Bank a h.ears \I

thou V I' the an obvious desire to strike and ft who asserted that tlv fine ap- (.f corn over a foot in l-uj'i; an l '.
i'i ( I I 1..1, ialuoken I i SALE l[ Wllll( LIST I U mm' !ARE[ SOLDLadies'
would
i- ..t'iihanl! at the Standard Oil Comp earauce of her hair was entirely due v..ith an exhibit ot grain that i

n ) I II I'',,.un\, will inevitably defeat its object u> a persistent: and thorough treatn lake a pig's mouth warmer. We can *
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I IhAhama'1' and must expose the justice of theU;lent, with the familiar kerosene of i';ui-e: that kind of corn over here in I -
|
1I-h. a
i I r ,I' !1:1: in the! lower (hurt whu-h sa\- it to the ridicule | t.,))1'l1er-gl'oct commerce. It was apt he Grahaimill" and Connor section j.ml J i $1.25 J to $ .150 Oxfordsgoingat

I \\ 1"11'\' years III >t' civilized! countries in which the 1'1]lied regularlyonce a fortnight: in the aLiliowiuar ( we can also raise the hos-. 1 j, .
,i, :11'"I' j :::
I?, I I ,Ir !.r.uI,1 II' tI'\h' f reuzied cry of press and populace is f, ? way: A little: was poured "'e are under many obligations! ro .1 9oLadies' 1Ca
I
I id! I "I'. br the, "fc,>Hr ofl: tot > d accepted aa proper index for inMilieial uo a saucer and rubbed with the fintl]he railroad that is coaling; Through j1 j1nir i I -

I. .tll'l ii procedure into the roots of the! hair. The 0plkatiol1 section and we will be r-: friend: <
them I He indulges! j jI : gt ers: 11.
fI I ,1". 1.,1\\ 111.:111.. mi rhet-(' III its is.-ue for Ma i'!;I. the Bellman! al;) was slow and thorouah Later: on wh...n we get our It'n'aj1' : ; I X1,15 J to 2.00 Cfir"I\ ,

L \. :,, hat a1r >"nllliJut, I'I vxa-xxed this ca-e Perhap-? col,1 I:ot' aentle massage of the roots with ti ion project taking! in a'.l: of the Gra- J-.I '' 1>--__

,, 'i|1.(' neerttu.! fiom) the't MI nuns are too obscure and too little' rl!;ie miser: ips being needed to open hlie annille and Connor cot.inry. com ; Ladies' $2.50 -- j *:' 1.I 1,98Ladies'

I .I f.r !Hi'. -' .i'"' Which I.M'! to provoke a challenge! of Idle; t! porefor the absorption of the )p ileted we will be a "sweetheart" to .!I ;

I ,, 'h., .. IIHM|\-1'11 and t rut!: tf the :statements: therein mn.!.'. ,.1 'Iueatment:: was iisiiallx made ti he raIlroad. 'l j "

I '...d tiit'e- 'I.I I. r(.rtaiiilv tilt accuracy of its 1 ji-> ,. ,(>' i: and the hair tied up in a Our Lake: Bryant is, cettinz more f I $3.00 LU

I i ,t't.\t!itm has not b t en denied. handkerchief. The silk handkeri i lopular than evtr This; re-ort is alvays .;

,,, ,,f the \\'.uii hula 5- \\h charged that the Standard i c]lid is recommended bv hair dress- : \ well filled with tmintand: 'j I Men's $2.00 Low Quarters nowMen's iA 8

I tit" Punta (M Compan shipped oil! frt-ni Vh.tei; :'" ao useful in retaining, the nauira1 ;, h leaith seeker ij,

t ,'al'. \\I tho n in. 111t'" then :. Indiana, to East St. Louis at six i I'e!lectricity of the hair. By noon of the Ocala and Silver Spring; are very ::1 I 1,18 8
., -ue-i S2.50
I ,1. I 1.1 ,, .dnl..thltl nice t lit* a hundred the published rate f olioing day the odor of the kero- k md to our villages! en ht' O.J\\aha, J -

I I"' II -It 1 Titl-une-asl: tJj :,>Ping eighteen cents. The Chicago & I( S ene had disappeared. and in another f or every few days a bench of picuckers :,
II !?h Tampa j of I from the famou- springs:: and '. Men's S3.00 11 7,35
rador>ied I tbe namefM ,I.t\lton railway desired a share the tail welve hours the oiliness that followd n -
.. NnlI i.t and it offered transportation its bad also tl he Brick City come down and take
I flr state ) business I eini use: gone. [
: I i
.f .' Ilnr .t ,thh I' lIl'atton.ItApH! SI). t at the prevailing rate. That The effect of the treatment on the 11air unch under the palms and orange :, Men's $3.50 H .00.ijCHILDREN'S i

,q"! :. hlt'l1t Clot in the r of eighteen cents had long been h; was promptly noticeable. The I tailing rees in our midst.
I
are
t'i Itfr' 4 I fr I I'h "t' une obsolete and had been ignored in ev- i out stopped and soon new We notice in the Arcadia Champion :i
-hoitltbd I
ntht'. SLIPPERS:ALSO AT COSTDa:1't
: ..1' & found all the ad. running thus: "Randall and .
11111 valued more Pry way. although the Chicago Als ion hairs were over: a m

1"11' {stud H ", .1- art Courl..r.ln-ton through an oversight, had not h,ead. As the kerosene application I j t iodge, at the new cool drink stand, ;i
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off {l'ar'I\\ changed' it on its printed schedulew as continued the hair became thick !n the Heard building, are attractingnucb
I"i fail to buy Shoes NOW and come before
I serving the best ot your ,
'.. I' Three roads, in competition, wereit a nd smooth. When. after several custom by j

of-Alabama- 1s the time hauling oil between the months, it was finally discontinued, ('very thing in their line. Call and 1 *"* <.* your size is gone ." .*

T'.I 11'Irr ela''' xited clash -r' : points named. The Chicago & Altonreceived a'ibundant glossy locks replaced the t4 est their drinks." These* gentlemen! .

,.,'III..j i I ntPr the federal 3utbori'I'rt i its share at the same rate di ry and lusterless hair-the formerondition who are doing things in the "('ity of \

".., I. : .. Mate aDd nfort"flnl..nt ofh -barged by the others; therefore no still existing. though no Destiny," are our genial Pat of oran_ ;.

'", tt I' '_I\rd bi10llt tbIa operation of : attempt was made to discriminate bekl;erosene had been used in two years. f arne and our old school chum, ; M. F ISH E L

\ 1,1" to coerce the railways; Seorge.; Good luck to them. Mr ;
fedi or
N 1:1.- I t. 'I' seen restrained oIDctali by the i lence ween none of them was harmed. No John Temple Graves is absolutely George Hodge, the junior member of ;j Visit the 5 and 10 Cent StoreNJTE _

f'ral ? : and the Itate outs P wmctSng: oil manufacturer shipped si lent. about Taft. But he will sud- he firm, is in charge. \i ... .1..

'tltlll.t! !I II. carryon; lro\"i5-1 h'" \xaq: these points; ?sequently d:,enly make Taft notable. CHATTEX CHUM.s .


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[: r.: A GOOD-WOMAN : I I ,9"9"'f"t"9'" I" 3 9?9 I I I I I I !" 7 I "I' 3 3I ?"I 9 V I I" I IM '!" t

L: The BiLle places a high e:-a. -- ,
upon a good woman. It says: sr," :- d9- -.
jewel above price. Ando :s: ::- :-. ..; -. (
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She is the richest flower thar a : ::,- 'I
the earth. The most glittering *<.,- .d...
shed only a reflected I i.ght. A ,;::, ,
reflects h"r own. AL': ':. I
woman
good women, unlike tie good In':: :. HI f t tf
are not all dead. OnlY a lr:!j.- u::.., I bpO" He Jr ,I !
.. E-O-1-1 I K
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ago Mr- Leland Stan! ':} d.Tr: :i' ;:. "ftA 1b. ::: i
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the rui..iOL': : ;; accumua; *-': by ir ; .
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band .o tie cause of Jurati- :: 4: : :

charities she ;said: for The women greats an,i odes in -a-:r.,,.n= g.:.=<<' I -- -- V.-, T. 1fi : 1fti.7. .. :; f1 (;: ",,'fPT.1.;, C:" II rc
1m-I Or Csrm 1' $fr ,
millions can bring is the po-" '-- [f '
make otfi-r people bI;py.:' T:..,. I ...... :i l .,.; t__ JJJl h it f
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:oust be trje Nothing: ? -
: sdge, is> so liKEly to na.e. a i 1r.-' :. -- tT J

.ppy as tae: knowl-;:: : of !"4'-: :
L ,ode. py!SOI-.e :e frying f.:0rUJ:: -'"':

E -
,. >:akn of women '.I r'' S'anv: t .

.: pry woman > f..:..,.1 fvr .-'.r,,'. E :: ::C WHEN IN NEED OF t. ::
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f. rj- o-c of Us haD a d'-f.; It
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v ..aere n.d in every: wan:;: u: ---
': :: are flui ntl n-tieci: .:. --- 4..i....ONf+t.f..t... .......... ...+............ "...........IMN4..4.......939C.t f 446..04.8 t@4f013i4..f1i33+i11 ''. :
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and there are women net:: ... .
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nn, ba-ly l ou'site of it. Tr --
.. .. i ""'" :n meted: in he rk-irr a LiOl't.cs : -- *
.. : ', likewise: 12 the draw- 0 --.t\.
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::: and also at tn:: r a-L" I'r
I .\' every one or these! dffo: :: -- .....
.' therE: are *''or.;ea prori,!-' :' --- : --
:-, ..ing of the woman at the! :'.:.. ---- :.. .. --- ., elm- ...
: -r, Mrs Stanford: ;d: ..
\ T.e! women deigned for the t- .-.-...-.. .. '\. : ....
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.: L' need an education and mark r.s. ;.': \;; --G
', : they'll! never get it If a .. == : ; :
OR
-I-t'--'H'D
I r. :ii's intended destiny LS tae wa--.. 6 : J. ,
"'i:, shell have no craving for L.: : -
r...oer education. On the: o'ht-r: Lar. .
t ti.- accidents of birth or ....,rc.m *.i.'... I!
i tty have fastened to th. Hrl1b.=:>"?- 3- S E 1\T D Sit 1
i f a woman who needs only an b1uca';' '. I If usvou R 0 R D E R

f to make h'er brilliant, to nake ht-- ''ntiaence t!>- .
f along certain lines f--1T. "1 -
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make her a power among n.'ii :a:. : .
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women. -' :
Mr Russell Sage was reg.r-: ;: .- ::: : We have 1 just received a car or -
a hard. flinty, uncharitable man. j i :
his wife is distributing. his hard -a--:. ::: :
ed accumulations in -a manr Th.:. 1 \ i\ :
i em:
will add to the wisdom and no')!Irr. '"-
of the true womanly in"dnct-. I"u {fIil 111 ML i
A good! woman. ind"-'d, is a j j.i j.\ ----
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above IJr cf' -4
: : : n Pints and Quarts : -_ .
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Ocala to Have a New White Cemetery t -
4' t 1 "The Greenwood Annex C..t.e...;.:. E 49Price
n'
ta Letno Lime and Root Beers i
Company" has just acquired a \p-: c- nice land l lying high and dry and at-i IIJ>- + --
t joining the old Greenwood cemK :r. -

immediately on the east, \\hKh !it' i
proposes to have cleared and in.pro,' .
I ed and laid out in the latest ceuiet-r\ .-0......


,W': lies cite Th-ine sloping of Greenwood slightly cemetery to the east and and:it! t: I FranCOlnerican SOUpS, also Canlpbell's and Schimmer 1 -d I ,1


considerably higher than tle cen.-' : --
tery so that the drainage is good and
little liability of trouble with \\a'.r i
CHASE &
In wet seasons. SAXBORX'S I
The annex will be laid out in the I
latest park style, with circular dnw- .....
and walks and it will be miprow.iby i -4

obtain planting a lawn shrubbery effect Lots and will grasj.-be:* ,.to I 1': F :

sizes and shapes, avoiding the ol fashioned regular square "coru-tieid' .. IIc
style and the prices will be graded .
as tQ size and location. *.
The best lots in Greenwood tem-- --
tcry have long since been taken b\ a- -tI/II .J

times persons so wishing that at this to buy time at it i N furnr difficult -. I I -- I TETLEY'S TEAS, rf in packages and! m JO-IK caddies. i .-

to get a lot that is at all de:ira ,
We and the addition to the cemeter\ i : -41
rl facilities of Ocala will be wek-oni->! "
"J I I ; by man '.. Jello, and Jello Ice Cream Powder I i -

I I Work will start immediately on t1rannex .-.i9
which will be controlled! i It\> :
Smith & Roberts, and as soon ait

can be offered be plotted for sale.and surveyed, lots \\;::1 i Hecker's Oat Meal i -d


Saratoga Chips, lOc. pkg. at 0 K -- : 36 2-Pound Packages to Case. : -
5- I Grocery. x Ii-!!! :
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0EI
!! States Getting Busy : i :
r Some nine months ago St't'r.->tan h o.... Ituit Club ai1Florida .
I Root delivered a remarkable addns-! +- i Emble Cigais ,
in wh:ch 'b said that if the s\iu- ,
continued to neglect their poi? anti f *
i t A' duties. the, federal) gcm ant "i'':[ --- .. -.-4JI.I
r : T' !T\rOtl b- .
i -' renl3rn'tt/1'a.} a..3
I n state '..'urai'nu.l ,.!" .i ..". r'the.. .('tlY t'f.)r.via It promptly. equal to any d
s '''; : .
-r\
r' _".1" S 1 FraIll'\' := We want business -
let
+ Call. your so us have 1. tsJ

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Red l Rock Ginger Ale. Root B r -4
It and L-IHO-LUHP pint lott'es: (nul:: t d14.0..4 Ni' '''..N''''4. .... .

I l:,c at the 0 K. Grocer\ x i < (
/
. Floral Scandal .O..t'6
You can't paint the l 1:1:'!:, :' declar}

.1.' rose.I .
i "Matnot," respond,! 'be asterHvr .
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noticed" A LFO\A2j 64
'- have you

i fit "The'Noticed lily pads."" !' & E1RK-L --0E3s 44 .

I "('qt down the weeds," is the advice' .IiP __ "'
L of the Jacksonville Metropolis. Better '
\ i. not cut them down unless they: art cf
1( carted ol and destroyed. A growing OCALA
weed absorbs malaria; a decayins 6e FLORIDA
6e
:
1 weed distributes malaria and con ,

if laminates the atmosphere. e:: l
I{ 1 1 1
fir Fine .\reerlran*Cheese, "on ice," at 1
F the 0. K. Grocery. x ; .1 r.r .
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