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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 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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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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J. ::: A FORMER OCALA FAMILY DRUG .lr. Grant McCall. a fnrnlr tcal> --
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r1i" t:: GED AND ROBBED AT TAMPA !ian. but at present a tiirni'uie; -.!:' .-
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I man, is in the city on his semiannualvisit ,

i 4. .A ... H Burglars Enter McCranie Residenceand I and i is: kept busy shaking hands! January 17, 1897, we have made it a fundamental rule, that !

-.or,:: T .\ Put All Occupants Under Influ- with his legion oi i'iend all depositors and correspondents, whether their accounts are
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i 1t _1_ r..JH ence of Chloroform-Evidently Imagined large or small, should be accredited the same uniformand

% tit They Would Find Large Sumof ),11'. Frank Harris left 11edntor .*da.: unvarying courtesy and that their instructions and interests \

t T i b Money Seabreeze. Alterpendins; ; ares be given the same careful attention. All business apart I

E' {: Z R f T::: y 01 ; j u t', G. )Ic'ranhomt': 704 Tyler! !I
i- u f11. 1.1 1 1J I -.reef; was the/ r-c--ne of a ,:ilanni :'uhbiry : af(-or.i pani.j! :h'.n.e: l by his iamiy.! whoIn roe or Mr. Chambiiss. thus insurng prompt execution of any i
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.. 4H have ,-np.. !i-;Iltk: the past two special or urgent business. !
', Saturday night, in whidi tht'widnigt.t \
d4b months theieLumbermen! !
4 marauders u.-ed chloroform) :
I fJlunroe & Charnbliss :
: 50 Cents Bottle 1 A 'o siood effect. Mr. McCran'e.: Mrs. Mc ,
: a : : to Meet in Ocala IANh1-JS.: i .
Cranie and) two young girls who lire

4 with the family, h'injJlacl': underthe The next meeting of the Georgia: 0CALA> FLORIDA"J iA5

AT THE Sawmill Association: will
anti Florida! "
4 i influence: of this powerful drug.
lie held in this city on September :: Lit
According to Mr. McCranie, while
4 i is thought that this will J be, th,' ---
4 he is at all times a very light sleeper -

Postoffic Drug Store. p: : he did not awaken at any time most largely: attended of any meeting m ,!i {t HECKLES AND PlriPLEi I ++....................... r

ever held by the association as matters -
luring) the night, and was not aroused REMOVED In Ten Dys.
\ 4 until! of vast importance to the industry -i BIGGEST LINE
4 4 : Sunday morning when one

.. 4 +* + of the young ladies, who desired to will come up for discussion.A I II NadinolaThe r

: 4 4 4 Prescriptions Prepared Property! : i i I' attend, an early morning service, called Railroad Wreck Averted I!\ Complexion OF

: 4 ... I and asked him what time it was. .i Beautifier is en-

, 4 0 Ej i jwnh difficulty he aroused himself Some miscreants, it is supposed for ;
J Kv th uands:3S
1 4444444.44...4444.4444.444.44444..4444444444.44 all The!I "i!|I r-d >>
, i sufficiently to look at his watch, whichhe the purpose of robberpulled Wtfri _: of grateful Ldrc-and t
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. .. placed under his pillow for safekeeping spikes to one of the rails on the Seaboard .__ t larantecd to remove JWJCHEJFOR

,. - I after which he again fell I Ii railroad, near Close's packing i $, .. ', I.i { all facial ducolura1. -
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Local and Personal I IJ I Ir 1'. !1\. ivin: IIi Holderiis amon:: !i Unto a deep sleep. house, just on the outskirts of the -vv "
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beauty of youth. The.wor5t
I heiMtor.s ID the Brick City \\'Pli. I Got Only $7 I city, Monday night. Fortunately the ) (
case in twenty day5:.-. and S 1.00
nesday. All the members of the householdwere I northbound train passed over the rail j i %
, Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor.OcJa at ail leading ''.ug sti/re i'r by ir.ail.
that it.
similarly affected and when !safely: but the engineer felt
/ "'r+ure4'" "Tln'L T' !LETV-1. Tenll
-- -- Col. Xic Barco the big real estate they finally arose from their beds, I gave way and notified the engineer of I
-- -- l LADIES[ m GENTLEMAN[ [ '!H HTHE
; nice winter
i* expecting a man and all round promoter of Crystal each complained of suffering from a the southbound train and he discovered :Mr. C. Rhf:>inaIlPr. the merchant

t raiel 1 next: .season. River, in the that the rail was entirely out of
business headache
: was city on severe combined with an the
I prince of our city and one of
f
Wednesday.Mrs. attack of partial blindness. Mr. Mc place, and had he not been warned a $
back from his
J I "cityfathers, is summer 4\rEIZi
No one can complain for want oft Cranie immediately concluded that serious accident might have occurred.
vacation. He was up in the Catskill -
. -uahhi. in Florida now. F. S. Benson has the pleasure I all had been chloroformed and a It is supposed, as we have already mountains anti'isit'tI the

%, d --- of entertaining Mrs. Alfred Ayer I search of the premises revealed the stated that some miscreant did the scenes of "Rip \Vinkel." made famous -

,," Mr. Arthur Cobh spent several days and Miss Edna Ayer of Ocala.-Jacksonville -I fact that burglars had been at workin mischief for the purpose of robbery, by Joe Jefferson and withal
ttii with friends in Orlando.
t last TimesUnion.Messr the various rooms of the house. thinking perhaps that a wreck wouldbe had a glorious time. He visited Lake

J Fortunately, however, they succeeded the result and in the confusionand George. Lake Champlain. Niagara
, Monday September 2, being LaborS that would ensue they JEWELER.
calamity
.. A. P. Stuckey and H. M. in getting only $7 and a few other Falls, and all places of note up and
!.*> and a legal holiday, the banks of I Mr. McCranie madeit could pillage the unfortunates. .
a Hampton were: among the Ocalians valuables having down the Hudson river. 4444444444444444444*4+44-
, thin cilwill. close. in Jacksonville Tuesday and wereregistered I a rule never to keep a large sum I

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of money in the house.
at the popular Aragon.
tI Mr It. ('. Parkham beforethe -
was up Members of the family have not yet Rev. W. H. Dodge of Ocala who. has I I

t tuay '11' and<< fined for catching tame completely recovered from the effectsof been filling the pulpit of the :Memorial !

, t.quirrek! in a steel trap. Sidewalk construction on Oklawaha the powerful sleep-producing I! ('hnr'h'for several J i '
potion Presbyterian "Sold
r avenue seems to be going aheatntore by KNIGHT & LANG Ocala FlaYou /
but they are thankful indeed that weeks, will ]leave shortly for hi- ,
Jt Carli-le; War! who has been off onacatioii ,rapidly than in other parts oi
their experience was no more serious home. Last Monday evening the popular !
3 a \ uMting bi> old home in the city. All due to the good exam see these words on nearly every wagon that drives by your
than it proved to he. There is no divine was tendered a receptionin
, has returned. pie set by Alderman John D. Robertson. : door, and the same could be said of Carriages, Buggies and Harness.
Sonih Carolina
clue to the identity of the burglars? the parlors of the: St. (leorsre ho\ '
f -- .- --- There must be a reason for this-and there is- a good one: When we
I ? who were probably under the impression tel. The reception: was planned by i
doing business with the people of this vicinity we decided to
1 lu41 II('i' of the Peace Slimier A. Bui began
, that Mr. McCranie would havea the Ladies' Working Band and a !large: i iI I
y f luck! f ft tat I the list of 1 the Minmier un Mr. Hart Corley is now doing tht. I I i handle only a line of goods that would need no apology. The result
large sum of money in the house. i ii !proportion of the congregation attended -
J. t..rttmtatr fir has been indisposedI pencil pushing on the Evening Star .I is apparent already. We reasoned that we could not afford to handle
i as a result of his recent sale of the it. The evening was most \It'i! :h-:
i. "Ir ,\t'ral days.I \ both editors being off on their usual I the Shears. Sawbuck & Co.'s or mail order house quality of goods,
Dairy lwn.-Tampa Evening fully spent and was informal through:!!
f summer jaunts. Bart is a dandy am I as_ we must do business with our neighbors and not with customers a
News. out. Musical numbers formed} a
I 111 I T; tln of Ocala itIn the city seems to have been "made for tht pleasing feature of the evening and thousand miles distant. .Our lines have been carefully selected. Our

, hr" f ,..il to his Mr. hunness." -
t \ parents
"i u s-erved!.
Marriage of Popular Debutante light refreshments were
, ::1".1I" \V C) Tlt<<\n, and friends.li.titiertVii' .- I the i WHITE HICKORY FARM AND TURPENTINE
J.., Mr. John Murdoch' Barrs has issued Among those contributing to mu-
S'lll Mrs. Beuna Wilson Minims wh
, r, invitations to the marriage of his on- sical program were Mrs. Fred AMen. WAGONS #
has been spending the summer on th,
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L.
1 M. Mrs.
ly daughter Miss Lydia Foster Barrs. Mrs. W. Hutson I

a t Mr Tom I'a-tctir one of the attach coast of North Carolina, has nov to Mr. David Phillip Browder Jr., of Miss Annie Enslow. Miss Peace and : are built and sold on honor. We carry a full line cf.

; I n ui tit' \l
, : iliack! IM.III" his vacation and is to spend some time. At present sh,( The wedding will take place on the Times-Union. EVERYTHING IN VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIES

in the hank. is enjoying a delightful visit at High
, 3 a alti at t.place evening of Saturday the 14th of Sep-
-- lands.A We have HARNESS for the Florida mule as well as for the $1000
: tember, at S o'clock, at St. Johns Senior Epworth League Elect OfficersOn
f Mi .m:;l ;\11'-; I. Horn' are now in church. :Monday night the Epworth League I driver. See us for anything in our lines and we assure you that we will

: ; | >. .,, i. i ',,1 i We hop.- that the din petition i is: being circulated t4< strive to please you and "make good." Yours very truly,
The wedding will he a social event held its regular monthly business i
th.le! to be t xcet- have Mr. Geo.V.. Martin appointed i
use: I'iI'r.' which 1 iii )
I of much interest as Miss Barrs is meeting at which time the following! : KNIGHT & LANG.
, 41 \I tinMr, H '!"II'" to perfectI I member of the board of suh- d100ru.1t'.s. beginning
of t'nsnint'ar. -
the
for
not only one of the most popular were elected
/ and the petition has ecme .. ,._ ..... .
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, the past season's debutante set, hut !: September 1 : Mr. C. C. Bryant .
.-- -- lire number of endorsers. It i: ..
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. is also; a member of a veryiepre..-enta- tirst vice pre-.l.: 'nt : Miss Germ ,-------- ------ -- -- -- ---- -- -
f ? r 11'1 :'"use I", .1a. I h1 in :important( office and it is beli'-\ei I
, rive and prominent famihMr. Haf'lJt'ldt'r.f'ln,1 \ic' jiniden1.Mr : 44444-44.44 +)4.$4 444. + '.44S4.44440 4.4-C'v.44 ...
\i i,, 'I i;, I tnrria/ :' !.a' a \-ry wKe selection ha: 1.eimade. :
Browder i i1-; a brief; li' \iiirj::; :law :' --. \\'. S. D.ir-t. l il'ij'j(',' pr--i i

. .' V* -4' n I I1li1! ytr witb brilliant!: prt+-peer-. !.em : Mr William Wi-on.! fourth fir*-

" ,"" \ i !:1iidr! ;: : They are to make: tilt ir home! in MI--i.'er.t: '! : Hiss Kubv Farris -eoiv- ::1 Adding New Accounts !

.p r ..' I' I Mr; I I. T X 1'\\U-.I. a toriiu-r citizeiui : !'.} 'I J JI.
this city, and it i is understood, t iW;! tai\ : Mr Royal E. (Cole. treanrerMi :
. (11.\i'ii. now of Naranja. near Miami I.
. Mr. Browder i is to be associated with -- , I P. H ., oj!,. Of II. ; \\.ja: \i.-hor here yesterday. H,
: I Mr. J. :M. Barrs. profes-ionali! Geo. f.. Taylor Epworth, Era asent.The .
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a j sni..'n w MI! -a\- hi 11"1 id<1 two WKid years follow;.; I : We constantly adding new accounts i|
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leftover are
The very many friendsI;; I j is I r.urr- election of president W.IP
I I 11 i trt.1; 1p 1 I.' ,i.'i' o'lie:1 and, he is now on ,'as:r I.
" has in this city will I bo unusually! interested until the next: regular b'lsine.-s-:
I ,ii ,, S i', fi r.-b\ ..;.iui i.t.! .uul rill has his place \vhici : 'I' in her marriage, and during meeting. i! i and our business is increasing at i

. .f. !i i.t'i "'i" tai f'lhiMM : i\.i\' year i is enhancing in value. H e
\ the coming social season she will be Regular devotional meetings every
It -peakwell!) of the East: Coast sectioi I. : i satisfactory rate. Possibly also !
. .. ---- the recipient of many delightful social Sunday att o'clock! p. m. All young a very you

r I attentions Times-Union. people cordially invited to attend. ''t-
I
I I ;c i.. S Ca i i>'11. who! was a Woid has !been received from MJ Miss Barrs has visited Ocala on : : might be g I a d"join us. *$ 3

t 'I, ? i, ,',,) ID Ot, till dimring the jug Ci. M. Hubbard. who some day several occasions as the guest of her Mr. J.V.. Pearson, the presidentof it ..

, f. ila'v- 1 i- a suet-t of departed for Prescott, Ariz. Hays *
ago
|1,1 -pL,1" cousin, Mrs. F. L. Watson. She is unusually the Pearson Oil and Gas Company.notified .
i "! 'ala l JJ.m-o He\ i- now roving that country is a tine one, ib this -
of ;
bright and attractive and won a representaitve paper

p ,t !1! ',iri-'flfin.an he av8 the fl"1 I people! are all that could be desired many friends and admirers in this )yesterday that work on the wellsin Ii JI COMMERCIAL BANK

, !i;|! unit apt.tr.lu'rp bur old Marion county" still "look city. Citrus county had permanently I ,

, .-- '-' ------ uood" to him. He says Mr. Allre. I suspended. This is to be reare'tedfor 1

Mi, H. Saudlt. .tf HWfh'on! ,lIlt! family are all well and loin. :Mr. Britt Sander:: 'h, clothing mercaiu it ]001a? if we are not TO digenI itI\ OCALA FL0.I .

p a '., !e.-, !I. UiiiRht the Charlie Hal! hell I at present. .It' Hernau'Io.! was; trans-acting I i oil! in paying quantities in Florida I I.I I L ..
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r. ,\"' .. I 'I, the Third! ward, i* II.'W' '."i-ir.--- in ("rill:!h \\-*-In.I --,I.,y. I '! .rl
I It Mis Fannie Clark, the oldest ttacri ---,
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, becon'e\ a '
i'l j I tr 00 I
ttnt I: : in and! .
; \V- extend to !h''!' : ,' in the Ocala High School and per- \Ir\ :I.ry BL Lf-aw-n ood will leave
,"ff.t: p' vaa; : )Ir.: C.ar'y! : Ma'l.--v-: i i- -in'n at.. : ; ,
', Jai 1 >< the oldest teacher in continuous ............... :
p I !1 !It II a. u." has retunu-d .vmIl'lllrV'V riaati.la! : u.-.tin-; i.is ",.l friend. : Sunday for an *'xtf.nded visit to relatives
-eruee in the county
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1 \. ':. "Oi. <. t. \ u., ..f Shawne- from a trip to Jame"town.Yashin::- Major Yancey: whom !he-knew in Ala- i in Coalioe'on: Ohio. En route

t .I, '"? > M\ \--i :ng hilpa :o.i City. Ruokl>Ti, New York and! F i;,ai:: and afterwards in Brazil. The the will stop over in Cincinnati to see

, 'u- 'I I-.i. :St.ven:. in I ,'tier j>inv.She: enjoyed the trip the late !. his friend Mr. :Maurice Strauss, and
"r! ,H, 111! < SPEAKING OF SHOES.. I major is the oldston) of
I 'ake in some oi the ball games being
r !? t. i. p. K rt 'urn"I 1 imn.. r.M !y. and says 'hat WashinetuCt ..
in "Porkopolis. Harry
"y '. I, '". fat! I % ..'",.Ilc,: must be one of the pittnr a .I played

, -- -.. : tit.t: of the world. While! atitrooklyn -';c."n: a conp.cncifigure; in the also go to Pennsylvania to see relatives -
it --' ) Tis a praiseworthy feat (. of the whom he hasn't seen since he
and one
, \\r\ M I 1.\(. i' t two li"'t he saw her llpphe)11'. ,'n' -beilum Jay- was

, 'Itha1.i.. who has i To fit feet. p .."-t consummate and brilliant ora- I was quite a small; boy.
. ., ,.: V. -f Mnvu \ t !- Moses Liddell, a verytin.t'po.ition anybody's 'I' :
will I .rof that neriod. The major is 1-
anl r.-
th. t \ in an engineering construction
, \\.t'-v 'I! in And} do it neat, t -

, ..n.. i 'a'. fir an c\- nied trip toit I department of that city, and she v l Ia. !.ing a quiet, unpretentious life, J. R. Moorhead, D. S. WoCdrOvl,. .
, York well! and : With the proper \\-var: achieved wonderful local ilistinc.L -
r ,. h'.neU'0.! New I says he is Join? looking I u President. Secretary.B. .
; I well.! Miss Clark will resume her '. in the part he played as a 5011J.r -
i .1 t ..Ih' I > \ tot we do so with ease ( J. Potter, Gen. Mgr.
II I teaching at the Ocala High School in the civil war. He was a

, Mr AW Groan the! senior member whtn K open in September. And our customers we please,v, rare. brilliant and dashing officer. I WOODMAR SAND AND STONE COMPANY

: t" -he Teapot Ofoew. who hag been I Nor their pocketbooks squeeze, Builders of

, .antloD in Tent Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di For an Impaired Appetite I
ettt MW For deal the CEMENT SIDEWALKS
tartar M we strictly on "square. and to
, bark home arrhoea Remedy Better Than To improve the appetite f
d otter point, U Dealers In
t 1I' t't' Three Doctors strengthen the digestion try a few I

.I j ,.. tf. He" tooktaf 61 If he bad "Three years ago we hid three < doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and I LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers

, l I""wn t..DflltH by be trip.Mr doctors! with our little boy and everything ( Shoe Liver Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seitz of DetroIt of "
Marion Go.J.
. The
that they could do seemed CONCRETE BLOCKS,
, Pa18M'r. weretary of the in vain. At last when all hope seemed Mich., says: "They restored my I PAVING MATERIAL

. Marry to be pone we began using Cham- ( M. Meffert D. B. Mayo.) appetite when impaired, relieved me POSTS, Etc.

committer.i berlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea I !t of a bloated feeling and caused a i FENCE
BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAMBLISS AND POST-OFFICE.
: +K pne Remedy, and In a few hours he began L I and satisfactory movement i Estimates and plans furnished and

(04'0r' &. for the l l'JI'Ofe' of reel and to improve. Today he Is as heal- : OCALA, FLORIDA. CAliI pleasant bowels. Price 25c. Samples contracts taken.P. .
hh of the
" im. rrf-ends are wish thy a child as parents' could wish I Iror. I 0. Box 956 Ocala, Florida.
" .,.,.tkxi. rwtoraUon. ."-Mrs. B. J. Johnston, Llnton, !' IV 1 free. All druggists. x

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Local and Personal OCALAITES AT SEABREEZE AND She was accompanied home by little I Death of Mrs. J. W. Lyles "THEY SAY" :

DAYTONA BEACH Elizabeth Nelson. Miss Sharpe will I GOOD DIGESTION
We regret ;:o chronicle the deathof
Sara return to Atlanta on the tenth of Sep- Have you heard of the terrible faring: ---
Enzaoeth Harris, Local Editor. i Mrs. J.V.. Lyles. which occurredat ., X.1I ClI: t ''er-
tc'odPrr
\Yith : :
eabreez, Aug. :_4. 1S<'7.Thursday i, teirber..A "They, ;
Lockhart, near Orlando, Saturday tome 1:': I I ( ':':' '' l'. ry'Tler
TU- ( ,mlll -flit Convention" i is night Mr. and Mrs. Geo.: j And the dreadful, venomous things

now all the topic of the state press. K. Robinson chartered the launch I !?. and Mrs. Sistrunk Mrs. Cobba at the residence of her daughter Mrs. they say? i I! fT'1 : :, :1

"Austin" and gave a very enjoyable I a several others spent Wednesday J. M. Sellars, whom she was visiting. Why, half the gossip umi-T he sun !! ;::llij : f V',hr liY
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Ur. J. Walter Hood is back. IIis .Ii i moonlight ride going down the Halifax -I I afternoon fishing at Port Orange. Mrs. The remains were brought to this city If you trace it back, you will find begun ; .:. ...i.: :t
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frit-mis began to be alarmed for him river to Mosquito Inlet. The parity j Sistrunk succeeded in landing a beau- and were carried from the undertaking .' '.: ::.:: : .

but be has turned up all right j! left at half past seven o'clock by-I tiful bass and they all made some : establishment of Messrs. Smith In that wretched house of "The> ." ::\. :

;i the silvery light of the moon and were I fine catches. Mr. Sistrunk expects to I & Roberts to Fellowship for burial. ,

))41 r. Ben briggs. who is in the out on the river until nearly two | return to Ocala Sunday. He has The deceased was born November A numerous family, so I am ;oi
4 tfttft Line railway office in Tampa, i o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson had I een greatly benefited by his stay on 9. 15>52, in Eutah, Ala. Her maiden And its genealogical tree is old : .(..: ..,... -.

was visiting in Ocala Monday. i i as their guests thirty of the Ocala ] the beach. I name was Ella Moore Birchett. She For ever since Adam and Eve bt .in

!! people, and several friends from Sea- was married to Mr. J. W. Lyles October TO build up the curious race of nuui.!

Mm R. I. Martin is up from the breeze and DeLand, all of whom are 'I' Mr. Carter H. Dame of Ocala has 13, 1871, in Garlandsville, Miss. Has existed the House of "They"

lake for a few days and is a guest of under lasting obligations to them for : IxfL spending several days at Day They removed to Florida in 1871 and

Mr*. Law at the Spellman House. i so pleasant an outing. I tona this week in the interest of the have resided in Marion county ever Gossip mongers and spreaders of 1 L;>-s.

i Woodmen of the World, which organization since. Mr. Lyles has taught in manyof Horrid people whom all despi.-e! t

Mr. and Mrs. J. XI. Tiller are back Thursday afternoon at Daytona Ii is growing very rapidly.Mr. the public schools of tbe county I And yet the best of us. now and then! ..

from their honeymoon and are receiving Beach- the ladies of the cemetery association and for a time was bookkeeper for I II Repeat queer tales about women aim.! '. tli
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the congratulations of friends.Mr. the old firm of T. W. Smith & Co.. and i
I gave a baby show. There j jI I II Terwilliger, the well known I men

I were nearly forty babies and little |i, and popular druggist, gave a delightful also for Messrs. Mclver & MacKay. And quote the House of "They"

(;t"(). R. McKean is back from I 1 tots entered, and they were indeed a little informal Dutch supper Wed- I Mrs. Lyles was the mother of nine .'..,

hit trip to the great metropolis. To I!charming picture. The baby carriages nesday night at his apartments. He children, four of whom survive her, They live like lords and never labor j I
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.ay that be had a fine time is drawingit and go-carts were all gaily decorated i had as his guests Mrs. William An. I and are as follows: Mrs. E. L. Freyer- A "They's" one task is to watch hip i ..

mildlY. ,lie says that New York is I. and the parade extended for several j derson, Mrs. Sistrunk, Mrs. Cobb. I muth of Ocala, Mrs. J. M. Sellars 1 of neighbor, iI I .......: .."....

all tote |ood. I blocks. It was led by a tiny little Misses Annie Atkinson Sue and I Lockhart, Mr. Ernest Lyles and Mr. And tell his business and private af :

r, I girl on a small pony. The first Margaret Anderson and Alice Bullock I Robert Lyles of Newberry. fairs. 1 f t

Col. J. H. Livingston has just returned | baby carriage in the parade was that of Ocala and; Mr. and Mrs. James What we call death should be associated To the world at large thare: sow ,;

from a trip to North Carolina.He :of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Meffert of Crocker of Seabreeze.i only with rejoicings, for it ers of tares- tMR

rays that the crops are looking remarkably 1 i! is only the bridge over which we ;.
Ocala, containing the twins. The i I Those folks in the House of The'\ ,
well, although they are a lit-. reach our true existence. It is the
!carriage was decorated in white and I Seabreeze Aug. 26, 190i.1111's. I

tle backward. The farmers there ex- pink chrysanthemums and the babies E. K. Nelson and family of gloomy portal over which we all have It is wholly useless to follow a "The-> i
pet J to make big money on cotton this' I to cross ere we enter into our true
little lace trimmed frocks With a whip or a gun for lie li':; ''' ,
....r. 'I'wore pretty i! Ocala, who have had a cottage here I ",, ,' _. n.. }, ; .. n.. R Y. LECKIE.
--- I, and caps. When the judges awarded I for the: summer, left today for Tampa, ::" tnen- we cau> ucgiu lu ute away It. H. Y. LKt'KlE, Keno, Mill, !:
of little gold I and have our being. We are to soon And into his house, wuere ('annulgo
I the prizes a set lovely where they will reside in the future. you .LVL writes:
Mr. William Tuft of Jacksonville1 clasp hands, figuratively speaking, i
: pins was presented to the Meffert I Mr. Nelson came up Friday from "I write to tell you of the great benefits
ba* h..n visiting his brother-in-law ; twins as being the "prettiest brunette J Tampa to accompany his family to across the river we call death the It is locked and bolted and guarded i that Peruna has accomplished for
and slitter. Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Dray waters of which will be when ix
I baby under the age of six months" their_new home. Mr. John Knight parted, soyThis l- me. It has cured me of catarrh and
ten, for several days. lie has recent and cheer the veil between this and the other horrible House of "They." seemingly all the other ills that I was
of
I amid a storm applause formerly of Ocala, but who now
h' recovered from a severe illness world will be rolled away as a scroll subject to.
ing. The MeSert twins are exceed ; works for Mr. Nelson in Tampa,. I
with fever and is here I "I can eat anything before me and
typhoid re then may we knowingly ask: 0,
babies in
and attractive j Though you cannot get yet they
ingly pretty Seabreeze
came over to with him, I digest anything 1 eat. Physically I am
cuperating.Ifaurs I the death, where is thy sting? 0, grave
] out
II I and they are very popular at ; and was the guest of the Nelson family get !I new man."

Roy L. Smith and A. A.i!! beach. As in all things, Ocala again | until today. He and Robert Nelson where is thy victory? And spread their villainous tale i j With weak or deranged ditrestion; the

comes to the front and is very proud ; about. I source of strength and vitality is im-
left for this
Tampa morning -
8ik<*\, two of Fairfield's young: democrat going The Limit of Life t'

[ indeed, of having carried off one of Of all the rascals under the sun I paired, the nerves are weak the blood
the in the Nelson
called i through country
and coming business men, I j The most eminent medical scientists !
the show. Mr. Met Who have come to punishment, never circulates feebly.
baby
on the Ocala Banner during their ,! the prizes at I team. are unanimous in the conclusion t.
No is of thinking accurately
1! fert has spent the past, week with I I that the generally accepted limitation oneBelonged | malt capable f.
The former
in the [
atay city Monday.
or doing anything; vigorouslywhile ;
until |lof human life is many years below the House of "
and remained over to "They.
i his family, I
Mr. Louis R. Chazal came over Sat-
IB our competent correspondent at the attainment possible with the advanced suffering with indigestion.
that point. j after the baby show. lIe has aban urday afternoon for a few days with ,I knowledge of which the race -Ella Wheeler Wilcox in Youth'sCompanion. i, To rid the stomach of catarrh will

doned his trip to Michigan for the his family. | is now possessed. The critical period i produce clean, healthy mucous mem-

present. I that determines its duration I branes and thus correct the di.estion.Peruna .
Mr. 8 T. Sistrunk has returnedfrom i II
seems to be between 50 and 60; thei 1
has the reputation the world
a week's recuperation at Sea Mr. E. P. Rentz arrived Saturday; i proper care of the body during this I Little Dorothy Massey Dies

bNP ze. He enjoyed his visit very ;I Mr. and Airs. F. T. Schreiber gave night and will return to Ocala with) j decade cannot be too strongly urged; I The sad news: was: received in th.? over for doing this very and thing Acour I
of Peruna promptly completelysets
murt.' He says during his entire staythMr4 ,I.! an all-day picnic Monday, going down his family tomorrow. They will occupy i! carelessness then being: fatal to lon- city Saturday that Dorothy the eight the digesth e organs at their true

1 was blowing a stiff breeze from I to the Inlet. The party of young pea their home on Fort King avenue i' gevity. Nature's best helper after 50 I! year od daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. function.
I I !jis Electric Bitters the scientific ton
the sea and no mosquitoes were in evIdettce. -I|I pie, who were their guests. enjoyedto which has been nicely fixed up i ic medicine that revitalizes every or- I ID. Massey, had died Friday evening; _____ __ 0-- ___

It was simply fine and the :|: the limit the pelasures of the day. during the past several weeks. }Ir. i jgan of the body. Guaranteed by Ty- at their home in Pittsburg, Pa., with]

9 fifth are biting elegantly.Mr. :' At the Inlet the crowd fished for Rentz having purchased Mr. P. R. dings & Co., druggists. 50c. x spinal meningitis. Friday a telegram
TO THE CITIZENS OF MARION
about an hour and were quite sue- Lester's home early in the summer. was received by Mr. E. L. Cook announcing :
I A big fire was made and the I Back From the EvergladesMr. '
cessful.
J. C." Mathews of Flemington : the serious illness of the
was a visitor Monday. lIe says his 1: fish were fried and delicious coffee i Mrs.Y.. M. Martin and her grand- W. H. Little, wife and daughter I little girl and the relatives here wer' ; COUNTY :

wcttou U rejoicing in abundant rains I! made besides which Mrs. Schreiber I daughters Miss Eugenia Fuller andi who left Ocala several years ago for not surprised at the announcement of e f

Last week it rained for four days !had prepared a very delicious picnic i Annie Benton Fuller who have been South Florida, are back, and are backto I the death which followed Saturday i You're sure welcome at our is

and for a solid hour .'bllethe sun luncheon for her guests. The party |i guests at the Breakers for the past stay. The little girl had been sick, but was !' store. In fact, we are very

was tthining. In many sections rain I returned to the beach in time for an fortnight, returned home this morn Since leaving his farm near Ocala; recovering when attacked with men., anxious to have you come in
in the surf. I Mr. Little says that he has been to I I
to much needed. evening dip ing. Miss Fuller will leave soon for ingitis. and inspect the finest drugstore

very i Decatur Ga., to continue her studiesat Arcadiajfcunta Gorda, the Everglades. I I It is a terrible blow to the members. I in the South.I" .
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Ml** Rachel Stein who was reported !I Thursday afternoon there was great I Agnes Scott. Marco and the Thousand Islands. H*> |]lof the family to the parents to the I .

I Excitement on the beach between Sea- says that these places are all right.. devoted grandmother and other relatives 1
critically 111 Sunday was very
i! breeze and Ormond. The entire I Edna Nelson He was especially pleased with the,
She began totJI&Ii. Misses Emma and in this city. Dorothy was an 'OUR PARCEL BUREAUi
much tot:t..r Monday.
and the riv- ..
scrub between the ocean Thousand Islands, and while everything
cahnge for the better about 7Xclork ; !] will leave on the Pith' of September unusually bright and winsome child
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and continued to grow' better jer was in flames and burned for I for Atlanta. Ga., to attend the Wash grows luxuriantly and makinga and' was greatly admired when she i will be glad to take care
miles. It got entirely beyond control lining is easy, the insects in the
will Miss
join few months
Seminary. They I visited here only a
nil da This will lie welcome news ington ago. of your parcels- \\ Iiiem are
to her> friend and to the friends of and the big hotels at Ormond were Annie Sharpe at Ocala and go with summer time make life intolerable i Her death will cause universal sorrow i| in town. Bring them; in andwe'il
the flames. A be the natives do
threatened by angry although says not
j her to that city. among..the of Barnesville.
people
Mr. and Mrs. Stein. 'j I take care of the tn, and t
telephone message was sent to Sea- seem to mind them and are happynowhere ;
| mother who
her
Mrs. :Massey. w aMiss you won't lose them. fI
breeze, asking that all the men on else. Mr. Little says he has ;
Miss Alta iVarson of Ocala is the! Mr. S. T. Sistnmk returned home Maude Cook was one of the 'I

attractive goes of Miss Lala Jordan, I the beach who possibly could do so Sunday after spending ten days at got enough of it. He has been satisfied most beloved women ever reared in, : OUR DRUGS ARE ALL FRESH AND PURE
to come down and help fight the fire. and surfeited, and he is now a cit .
home of her payrata Seabreeze recuperating. Barnesville and the heavy bereavement
hospitable
at the went down and the end- and make no mistake
All the Ocala boys izen of Marion county to you
which has now fallen her
Wm. S. Jordan, upon
Mr and Mrs
the entire afternoon was spent be- and on the whole he says he does not when you buy your drugs of
of 5t Hubbard street. Miss Pearson I Miss Alice Bullock who has been life will be keenly felt by people oi

mill leave tomorrow for a visit to Virginia :fore the flames were subdued. They spending tfie past few weeks at Sea Believe there is any better county. this community.The U!!.

Jacksonville Metropolis.In backfired the scrub and got it under breeze, left for home Sunday morning body of the dear little girl'
The hotels had The Courts Will Decide Hunter Drug Company
: control before night. :
Virginia Miss Pearson will be having had a most delightful visit. reached the city Monday accompan
from destruction that the Tallahassee Sun's; t
Now
the guest of Misses Ella and Willie:ia very narrow escape Most of the time she was the guestof j ied by Mr. Massey, and was immediately ,
and for a while it certainly looked Miss Sue Anderson, but the last "conspiracy" sensation has been carried to the Greenwood cemetery I

Camp at Franklin. Ii as though everything at Ormond week of her visit she spent with Mrs.L. shifted to the courts of justice, the I where a short service wa conducted .YcI YER and MACK.A1

Hon H. W. Long of Martel and his would go. The fire started not very R. Chazal and Miss Louise Harris. people of Florida will soon be enabled by Rev. J. 0. Grogan and th-

Dates were in| far behind the Seabreeze beach cot- to arrive at a proper conception of the remains were tenderly and lovinc': ';. -_ ;.J .
grandson, Mr. Henry .. .. !'
Ocala yesterday. Mr. Long is look-! tages, and burned all night and day. Mr. Tom Harris, after spending ten said "conspiracy" from the material laid away. ,I" o.. .-=2i* *.' ....
: and had the wind been blowing from Seabreeze from which it was fashioned. will have th, {1"'i 1f ... '
remarkably well. Mr. Dates isis ; days in Jacksonville and at All of the loved ones I 1 "..... !'J'I.fIi' .:.!
tin l recovering from an attack of ty.ptN I jthe land instead of the ocean it is will return home Tuesday afternoon. :Messrs. Knight and Stovall who I tendenst sympathy of the people of' it; .. c _

; f'u and is on the rapid road :thought that we would all have been were the objects of the Sun's attacks, Barnesville and community in the FUNERAL

to robust health again. Both gentlemen -j i homeless today. :Mr. Robert Allston Rhodes of Jacksonville stated at the time of the publicationof great loss they have sustained in the
who married Miss Georgia that they would bring the I
with the the story taking away of little Dorothy.-
*.'ft'en' much pleased 1 DIRECTORS.
work on the court house grounds.Mr !II! Mr. John R. Martin of Istachatta Smith of Ocala spent Saturday and matter under the searchlight of judi I Barnesville (Ga.) News-Gazette. .

I'came down Tuesday and has spent Sunday at Seabreeze. cial scrutiny and asked the public to, -I-
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'the week with his family at Daytona withhold judgment until a court and I Johnson-Pyles Hav' i fill] .s'wk of (V>,1iDii CaskeUifi
in 1
dropped
of Ocala I
Jim Pyles toservices.
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Quttlt'l.'tlt'eial given
Tuesday :Beach A few days ago Mrs. Martin For !Miss Hood jury could pass upon the questions in- Miss Maggie Pyles, the second Buri1. IEmbalming
veryunexpectedly
upon u* bus-i had the misfortune to be very severely At the home of her parents Mr. and volved. I daughter of Capt. and Mrs. S. R. I 'F
be is here on |
atferuoon.. He says I to Order
he sees other -, burned on the hands and arms. Mrs John A Hussey 839 East Duval They have taken the necessary Pyles. was married at the home of .

imv!'"8 i ?> but we here believe besides business. : She struck a match to the gasolene street Friday evening. Miss Minnie steps to bring about this inquiry by her sister :Mrs. Holstein, at Hague, J

attractions and as she did so the flames Hussey entertained in honor of Miss swearing out warrants for criminal]I near Gainesville where she was us-
sawmill people may per- stove '
Howe\. the remain here and take a ; shot up her arms before she could Etta Hood of Ocala, who is visitingin libel against the editor of the Sun, iting, yesterday. The groom is Mr. Jerry Burnett,

"na
job with them deal-of of course persuasion.it wouldn'ttake Mr.I, but even then the flames enjoyable evening was spent and. as the author of the article. .11 was entirely unexpected to the fam. ; Merchant

1. a great friendsare scorched her face slightly, but she is dainty refreshments were served, after An early trial in which all the facts ily here, the first intimation they had

Fyles is popular here and his I nearly all right again. which the party boarded cars for and lack of facts figuring in this so"emosure" of such a thing being; a telephone,1 ','_
Inverness now
him.
l glad. to see I j Phenix Park where they enjoyed the called __ will be brought out,, message this morning from Hoi-
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(f- Chronicle. I Mrs. E. P. Rentz and family, who show. They were chaperoned by will be urged. and L'Engle and his I stein. Miss Maggie is only seventeen

Mrs. CliSord Anderson of Ocala,i have spent the summer at Seabreeze, Mrs. Hussey.-Times-Union. methods will be exhibited to the pea-I years of age, and is a bright and beautiful Ocala, Florida.

Fit. formerly well known in this city i leave Tuesday morning for home. pIe of Florida in their true young girl.

all Mi*. Eulalie Irlar of Blackville Life at Silver Springs Tampa Evening News. Mr. Francis Johnson is the young Finest Imported and-.

suit Converse, has been spending several Mrs. Halsey and Arlo Halsey andMrs. Messrs. 0. B. Howse and C. V. Mil manager for the Gist stock farm near Domestic Cloths .

weeks at too Mimosa, near Try- George Hough and baby are at ler came out and spent Saturday on 'Regular as the Sun"is Santos. He has been located there

She will stop over for a Daytona Beach to spend several the Oklawaha: with tOO Josephine an expression as old as the race. No for the past two or three years and Cutting a Specialty
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on. Columbia shortly, on her II weeks. launch and returned early in the afternoon doubt the rising and setting of tbe has been keeping company with Miss Fits Guaranteed.L '
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morning after two-bushel tub. New Life days to a visit to his sweetheart -
Anderson has with her Master Clifford home Tuesday regulated with Dr. King's ago pay and disInfectant. j'
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Anderson Jr.. her two-year-old I spending four weeks at Daytona Pills. Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. :}lr. Johnson is a splendid Placed under carpets, or in the folds

I I Beach. Mr. \Vhaley went home Sun- :MrHarry Palmer, the efficient :ac. x steady:: and industrious young; man of of furs and clothing, it drives away .'"
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Mr. Anderson will meet them in day. committee Mayor ana Mrs. L. T. Izlar are back exemplary packet. carriage prepaId 10 cents;
I county democratic executive people have hosts of warm friends 50 cents, if druggist does
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Columbia September and Live Oak. where
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and otherpototi Miss Annie Sharpe las returned to was able to be at his place in theclerk's from who]: join the Star in wishing them along not have it. 809
will go on to Charleston I office yesterday. He has had they have spent several days most Madigan Powdery Io Selection
will return to Ocala, after spending a few days at and happy life.-Star. I II ,
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Till NEW.Sl'AI'KKWHAT IS IT BUT A: MAP OK BUSY LIFE ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST 'OM EKXS."-COWPER.OCALA. .

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VOL. .12, NO L'. : FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST ;150. 1907. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR

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\, THE SIN OF .STANDARD. OIL I ,j I': (-''Ilt-, \\ flat a draft it is: ;, on humau FARMERS ADOPT UNION LABEL PRINCE AND PRESIDENT LOWER RATES IN DAKOTA : :r-:taking in the si trat the JamesMi I

-- credulity tor the prosecution to asrt !"\ Expo.tion; .
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!lie" inn.and; mure .lu' !ie Hula I >t- thai IN cents was the only po:,- Special to the Ocala Banner: Special to -he O(-ala Banner: Special! to the Ocala Banner: Mrs. \V. (5 Smith, is visiting in 1.

:.J i i I U> Mli\ Mountain< KcnncMiw Lan Mble lawful rate! Andalusia Ala., Aug. 2\-Delegates: Uorgia.Mrs. .
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Oyster Bay. X. Y.. Aus. :!'-.-PiinceVilhelm iJt1x Falls. S. D., Aug. :'v-Anovennt \

"The uncontradicted evidence also from all the Davis Forbes !Mrtpnit'l r : after -
!i- : iii --M 1 n-i it. Statniaid Oil i county unions of the Alabama
\ grandson::: of Knis! O.-car of : lor the! ruhuMnn of pasitnsr -
-bowed\ that the Standard Oil flout t-fu-ral weeks' '.i.:: 1.. i r !.t' :.ves
1I.qU',. u .11Iak,1 and ,. branch of the Fanners' Educational
scrioi
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Sweden and of the
I JMII\ waadxixed bthe rata clerk! a son crowprincc rauon ail railioaduiit'ranns! : a; Live Oak. *

'\ "t,1' : ', 'h' nioie and more I.t the l''ilitagu & Alton that this 0 and Copfrathe Tnion convened was the gne.-t (.f President! in South Dakota will!! piooab! ;y be in-

I ":, "a I 1\ ,old th.' 11We ant! : lint rate was filed with the interstate here today in annual session.Ty and .Mr*. Roosevelt at luncheon! to- a'isuratd bv the >ra'.' b-nrd: } of rail Birthday Party at South Lake Weir

i I.,.."* .' Sikt i[, ( 'iisiiier: ..f fnnuni.ai.jiiKim meeting will extend through 1'0.1'1 1 rtnillis.i)11'rat ;/ :i-.tinn--
-NIU- a tr 'I' pi i 't da\ Prinl'llhtn.! tin !o.ud! that <" Saturday:; tioiii I to N IK.MV:: ; tiirs.:

I 1 t.t'* "' "iU.I .11. .! ".1.1| ( .', ,.' 1 jM-. .Miii? bar the rate on the Ea.iteui three days and j i.- 'h.' THC.,I intpurta2tgathering : .Jj-h! crui-er Fjlsrla arrival l off t.) iihld in this city t -ni 'rrow. Iti. R->ed enth-rtani' d numb..!' o' her

| llhnoih! \\a.i but 'i; cent ; having i pr-'po-ed to n-diK-e ih1 tare to,
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I ,,, ot organized:; atjncuhuia! 0yt.'r Bay This morning: and! wa: tendin; : he'nn i )f the \ <>nth -
: -it ini f l in'.i I. huellnl!: :!
I,11\1 ita-on for shipping over the Al- :2 I.- cents 111.\!,-. the commission
per
in dIP
mienoer held
state. The si\en nn exceedinzly' c.ndial welcome birthda nt! i.'f -,1. Walhu'eOne !!
t. "i 11''.. 1'lh"H'| IHI'IIIt's !ton to the Eastern Illiaiil }having been authorized! such
in preference : to put a .
principal topic ot discussion is the
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I ( to th-j summer capital. The Fyhia; oi r tir uiu-J! amu.-ing! Iares

I' ,', : 'I!,. .iftii.!' I. ntl| the aitorn J..i-. I able to ship all of its oil e.stabHhhmeni:; of an exchange in Birmingham will remain here until tomorrow rare in efff<('t byh'' *rare lesrilaintHivstf. .. "f "he! \t'nin.! : uaa rid'on "l: rd.

> ?i Ih) /';'at.lunl .t:\ .'un\111.11I. u\.r he! htier road, we insist that for the marketing of farm morning and will then! carry the dntn: ; it-> st-siOn last '.rim,>/'. 111" \ :!,. CentralM'lic "

.1. l I.. 'I .' I"eiI| I..twil' i "I..II.I't) 0:1 the! ticmany of which the court products. The bales will be made direct prince to New York. where he will be of the \anou.- railroads hay : \\ a.. t'lihi-ufd!! h. Mi- .I.I p. 1dtI

1.1"I not penult, us to show, not alone the producer genius the benefit t officially welcomed! by the city fathers lug lines in the stauwill be looke.i .\ s. Mi. :;t.> ,.anita! :: Caiiir and i
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1" lure
iiilijtcti'tsi I.> ,mirti-trate innocence but inherently of one saving and the consumer and will he the guest of honorat after at tomorrow's meeting by thir In- / Gates. ;

.-tu than IU.IK"- Swaui.'s. clef r forbid the idea of guilt. I also sharing in the that : passenger traffic representative- '. .
profits would many important social functions .raHat'ft': (" > '. .' quitf a nuni'i.! of
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crag .v.. further insist that whatever I otherwise go to middlemen. It is also ,i iI While in New York the prince will have been invited to appear beforn pre-ellS. '

..*.rk.I.- -fitkliiK. ww do but kuuuantthlutt uia> I b* one's technical view of the 1 I 1 proposed to adopt a union label, so i I pay a visit to Coney Island. The Fyl- '' the board and prsent reasons" why R..freshnwnhI'I't> sc-\,\",..1"firing\

law' relating to th' above question the 2 1.: cent rate t-ho'iM! not bei
inliangfruuft t tu the: soMa \ > that producers in sympathywith organized ; gia. with her royal: officer aboard will the evening.

| curry equitable consideration is with j labor may recognize the products sail for Sweden next Tuesday. i I adopted. I When it cameime to say "goodnight"
.h Ian rhch" ..I lhr >eii and the
defendant and if the only desire i I
the
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of the Farmers' Union. State I I the gne departed for tehir

h.......) u' tht, plrlple than our little was to give this defendant a i j officers will be elected and other business WIFE IS THE "BETTER HALF"Spirc'tl i VISIT GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD homes, all wishing Wallace many

ilwl.ral j'ildg.l dr>..4td ia a life tap "square deal" this prosecution woudraever transacted. President I. A. t I happy returns of the day

nn- erf .... with the truly and ivy have been instituted. I' Worley is presiding at the conven- !. to the Ocala Banner: A GUEST.

I "Th.n..rican public not only be- !I Special to the Ocala! Banner: I
.if tn.' i mini Miatftt at their bnckflafluC ; tion. i iI Watonsa, Okla., Aug.Tom: Ferguson

HI WW Mfttt iNmv tit>vr8 in fair play in tbe abstract I :i Watonga's red-Jieaded ex-gov I Harrisburg. Pa., Aug. 28.-An excursion I Mt. Rainier the highest peak in the

hilt with all the facts before it, it i PITTSBURG EXPOSITION OPENS I I :
candidate to the battlefieldwas
...T. U this little judge up ernor editor and present Gettysburg i United States proper, is in plain view
t has the rapacity to determine whether --- this district has the feature of today's session of
.pf w la Indiana With the HOJIM> of a for congress from 1 a
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from the of the Alaska-Yu-
to the Ocala Banner ; grounds 1
defendant rich or has received Special :
a poor wife who is an even more competent the sixty-first annual meeting of the
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sips .Mt ... .. .. two )41I OB the
a "square deal." Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 2'hen the National Council Order of United kon-Pacific Exposition. Mt. Baker, ,
is
statesman than he is. What moreMr. ,
butltd |ntM.int ...- on a c+urpor I
Tor all these reasons the Standard I nineteenth annual Pittsburg exposi- American another formidable snow-clad peak j1
Malt that hart nddod to the lasting Ferguson knows it, and shame- Mechanics, now in session

lilt. Bdunnic treatneM of tkia I'oun. Oil Company asserts that it is i tion throws open its doors to the pub- lesly admits the truth of the charge. here. Many additional delegates and may also be seen. .

ant even technically guilty, and that the heat of the campaign apolitical visitors arrived today.ANTHONY 1j
During
try ilMMfh tnt nikwt and puinatini; lic this evening there will be revealed -
J I It ought: never to have teen prosecut- adversary insinuated that' :Miss Mignon Westbrook, who has -j
!''iv .f trade perhap in a Inrt
has
a scene of beauty such as never -
*4 because of the claimed failure of Mrs. Ferguson supplied a goodly portion HAPPENINGS been visiting relatives in Ocala re ;)
lapatpt" t nun any .HMNeorpor-
before been witnessed at the great
a railroad company-which has neither of the matter used in fur turned last. Her cousin
aNtt1 ltia rvrr As.r or rv. witt do: gray on Monday .

.. amv IBBI Ibis little f..d..ral Judxe, ben Indicted nor prosecuted Smoky City shows. The foyer of the thering the political ambitions of the Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Miss Mary Sanders, of Ocala, accompanied .

,ww $fr. en tar benrh. hu inponedIB Iflle its tariff and that the prosecu- main building has been convertedinto Watonga editor. and declared that she Your correspondent cannot be accused her home, and will spend several -

a m thi onrpomtioa' flfty timesI. I tlon of this defendant urnler the cir- a floral hall, the ceiling and walls was far more competent to represent' of being intoxicated, but clearly days visiting relatives here.- 1

__ __'0 .L -...nstances of this case is a prostiturf thatched with evergreens, the arches Oklahoma in congress than her hits the mind wool-gathering last Sumterville Times.. ?

the spirit and the high pur- covered with plants and vines, and band. Ferguson promptly admittedhis week when from some unaccountablecause .
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the interstate commerce act. the center transformed into a floral guilt and declared that this was the manuscript designed for Reasons Are Accumulative

Meve In giving rich or poor fairyland. The flower beds have been made against him
the: only charge the Banner went in another directionand Frank Harris says that the reasonhe

teal," and shall not aid in laid out around a series of three waterfalls during the campaign that had been "
does for is because
not
I doubtless th*.' Banner man was I run governor _
the Standard Oil lines of rustic '
ainst!; and long ,
substantiated.
t puzzled over a business letter sent he canXafford to do so in a pri :
oular to do so."omas walks wind through the garden. Machinery .
; him. I mary. Frank shouldn't worry about
hall and music hall have >
I NATIONAL RIFLE SHOOT Our farmers have been making hay that. There are a great many very

of Dunv also been handsomely decorated. The I while the sun shines and quite! a rich men who could hardly afford, to

hours on exhibits this year came from all over ] Special to the Ocala Banner:
I quantity hast\ en saved. Some gathered take chances in a primary.-Pensa-

tb/i country making the big show in : Port Clinton. O.," Aug. 2S.-Shooting enough to last them for two coia ..Journal.I .

reality a national exposition. From I in the national rifle team match jears. One man has harvested for- t

in far away as Tacoma, Wash., has v ''ontestin squads of twelverepresenting I
ty-five large two-horse loads alreadythis BOARDING HOUSE.
---1"(1. of mantif--**"-
the nay -
army. season. The local market is I Location Convenient to Business
rial all and naval academies and
well supplied by our farmers. Center. 1
ities ar !i of nearly all states, beat -
The new firm of T. A. Lamb & Sons No. 49 Ocklawaha Avenue.

nail Wivenin _., Camp Perry. The first
Sims an extensive ca. has opened l a full line of iioneral merchandise MRS. W. C. BULL.

..ze in the match will be the nation- ;in the building formerlyused 8 8-10-12t
Tmatilla section, was
he ''by and $:'."ii in cash donatedss as a drugstoreGeorge .

.n business. .' : second prize. HiltonJ PHf>nr. Jr. \\lyi for sometime LOW RATES VIA ATLANTIC'COAST

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r Marathon and flS't' in
business
at fnIo(1oIhas!
also j he : of
will prizes;
ere old out ther"- and bought :.1 third in- $35.30 Saratoga Springs, N. Y., and
.",ii and medalvi!!
and .
$ a
'erest in the mercantile! !.'I-inef.s of return via Norfolk and New York.
each niMnh'T of winhinsr
> Bishop and Swart a: th'S !place. 138.65-Saratoga Springs N. Y., and
conditionof the ma'il l lthree .
he : .
Our ba>eba'i! boys !11:1\1' !"'';yell the return via Washington.
of fire-,-\\r.:
pt-rin'S 0'a1a0'11:. and while! : I-r.: i el: thecurred \ 38.30-Saratoga Springs, N. Y, and
flit ':< u" RESS d and ,.Inw.! The sl'mlsl: : !' i
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ire not ,jj-'J-a! "I! \Vl.'akin, :.: rt turn via Washington and New
:: W los th'1 .'"", ["". s '" and :
'ntl) conTrion: : \ :I :" ail ,.tnhony Y..rk. ,

tilt .t, "'ala r ran ara''i: i' fire :.a -''"' :, : 'y.,, '. ':l y rlr '., II' :Opt! !l'a': : t tii saltS! > ptember .",. .' and ;; final '

I I stow t.r. '.1' *.'11". ';'.': '. Sl". : .. '
i a\.1' !P't} ; :lJr. in ;! ;' \ t ,':11''" ..*../ Sfpten.:' tr 1-'b. E\r :, -." .u may t
1"11 r'at :
yards i one (1'I' ;;id, t t'.. ,, : ha'I :. l.. ;\taI: < 'I :<, f' ober I' .i 4'( '". ro
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'ttnll 1'-:: II : h Ii., .,.. n..f! !!n -' 'i"! ". : c red .;v :N: : "i )rk, 7
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AND LEATHER FAIR h. :'::' :: ', .1"1: : ,1:'.. >. aV: >. ," : 'r. -. ._ .; vteni' <.

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-. t i -A. I II -'. :11' '; ..'.. '" ..\ .'1) It it i" in 11.. ".:'1I1\\ 0101 i of the Ceini'son! !! 1 Law." and : in the Cd--: '.: nitnr.a! ; _- ", -. DI.n' il: d.. 'a', .. : : j; 1 :,. I $rj:; r'5-Wasiirc.D.. C.. and re-
f in exit'ltt ati! :::'t'; alI :\' .,.. ,' .
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i i i. i ; i i I 'VII, wa- !1-an.lK: ,1 in an aide <111111'l11arly! I ... : t a' : 'ng: 1. \af'- 'i via N :;.

I i. .It.I i --- ------ .. :. ":'aimer. \I'.r! t'v nomination and : t \'t'r ht'tt'r'' a", l 1..1. .'1 thr' .1.'<1'1: .! !HI! r! ,. : ( in ,:' : I :;p'a $; .'.Wasi.ngtc-; -, D. C., and re-
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i f,, A -., !.d I It a-rb\ tbe ipilliiur.ti Kctum! of officers for 'l hi I (,'J1J1n: : Tntnnf.K'Uirinj:;: iuu-iv-- il "I :r.:- .\ [. \' : : '\ \ u\\'n' : n \,1; !II.' '. n-1 : .::1 -t', Sepib -
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't. 11! ( coliseum i is- cover :-J ::
...m'"I.1! i SprinsI and the transaction of uniini-hrd: | trThe proper Imr 'IJ'\ n in 'i.t, Pl-' Y" 'i .'h-! al,' '. r '. !', ': nil] 11 : fiI i :t': imit
t'ilh i for Sulphur : rear
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t' I",0\i 11.1 !.- \\II..I.I! exhibits of leaUu: ;a"\ ..
.I >,. Silt business, the convention will close | to w- IJ J" ..' _.::y:1" ..-..] 0\" >1'. f'een da> -.
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H. :nic: rt ; >rlrivM.l
,. '! -I .d! !wl'r: coast ':'forms. from the product of thtnery '.tr.I
'h.," t- I ,\11\ 1'I.1 1't1.1t. : :. b., a'- nt !or -,'\'I'al week*. and \ with the annual dinner at the Falmouth the finished ,.hot-s. g'u\es. 'ral1'I'' 1'1 'il. no r.,1 :jury o- Extension-: ,."' be o'l'a.;.:.( -intil

i iI'tt will : hotel tonight. to Tu! :Ust one. n-h:. I ri the bri O,'", !'>er 4th.Jamestown. .
,. li.i'i( r (Jllill HinWof't her return I'
.,, t I. lid iu mimi-diati lv upon! harness, leather furniture and art
.' ',. t. ttu. anth.rralltcll:! I : ake up preparations for the biggest 1 Many of the visitors will remain: 1 The annex contains the machinery die broke; tV! youiu:: m:in occupant Exposition Rates

l 101 .111" attempted in i here for the session of the Interna 'goods. !leaped from The: flying \'l it irl'-, rolling I See other advertisement)
fi.i' 'I'i "."' ,11'111\ 'i milhtierx opening ever : that has made America supreme I
mdiitlyt tional Law Association, which will over anti 11\ .-r, finally :adj'i-i :ng himself For information call on or write
|1f .- lt.i- .'ai"i''''''! Htnif no tK-ala. i ii in shoe manufacture. All of !'
business.HI convene tomorrow. All of the foreign : top -e, up with! ('.1 r.- withoutanv nearest agent or "
r ,* n>>r n>r| ra'iim doins' the processes of manufacture are illustrated
tI'.I"14 I gate and' tll :i Mr and Mrs n.V.. Tompkins and : delegates have arrived and con hurt !, J. G. KIRKLAND,
"I.' I ni'.Mi: I i I by expert workmen operating
returned fromslshtseeiiiji I stitute the most distinguished assemblage The population of .bf"ny ha' D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
have
n't11t,1t3d! or rhllra'silt ,tall hh'r
tho' little used in
r t cal the !same machinery as
Iitq" !!
hi t'nn.t tour to Jamestown of jurists and lawyers ever been increased by rhe aroal: of a
munlt'lll
.ghpv'1 ai daY their factories.
I the
largest 0
nearby places. They bad a !i gathered in America. 'baby boy at the home of Mr. Will : THE NEW YORK WORLD.
..'Iuuatbm And ""tlftft"'alillu.r. .antl other I
__ Thrice-a-Week "ition.i .
-I i Hamilton.Mr. i I
tht'left unthtv
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time
Oil C'ntntwuy rntrf tune' from the
$J4totu.IJllr.' tine TAFT
the eXIosi-1 I I SPANISH WAR VETS MEET j George Keener and family.
for .1.1". mint tha i I' 1';< IIIlIn'rn' til! returned and say
a who have been about in Read fc. erever the English Languageis
I a
!! away year j
Banner
show.: :
the p..ntot.11 pendid! Special to the Ocala i
at1 M ..i.k .1. IK HI 'lit! i" a .
Special to the Ocala Banner: I California and ofoPr places, have Spoken
of
."am'.t, the ;tHlll'lil> upon I i ; Denver Col.. Aug. iv Citizens rE'-1
t tat- alnied commissioners of Es- :!1 Jackson Mich, Aug. 2*.Several regardless of I'turn i ,,(!. They. think there is no state I. The Thrice-a-Week World expects f
f I,. k'ni+ i .If\ "I'rlll.,1 i tn- T'le! co-intv the: "mile hish" city, political I ]I
like Florida and in Florida to be a better paper in 1907 that ever
going Cuban no place |
found on : the campaign
hale hundred soldiers of prepared to i
,, _. mtw !ui.'iO'! :.I i nd! met rnn'i.ta'\ ; i-ouutv affiliations. are t
: for aA.t the annual like Anthony. :: before. In the course of the year the f
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'I ,'1 tt" Ii-!. that the petition are in attendance at gin a rousing exhibition! of Denverhospitality
_u. :< tif'H. in camMa United Spanish Wa1Veterans the Richard Stroiid. who broke: his ; issues of the next great presidential [
-lib It1"1'f.' u -ta'' .+nl! di\ eleiM.ni! j reunion of the and enthusiasm upon i i
(I' !
t. ,
..isM'ii-; !Itl; ; nai'.us more than neces- :\ of Michigan here today. .arrival of Secretary Taft. who is :; arm while playing: with some other ; campaign will be foreshadowed,

"(Il ,' will be held sessionincluded : children }last week j is out again. j. and everybody will wish to keep in
.Miit utcafit rid,! toj. -:u0 Thai 'he election The program of the opening scheduled to speak here tomorrow. I
1.
)fill than 61, kin! hi..i>" ,pnwJncfutwf.fi -. .is a' hr-T ordered, namely! on October the transaction of routinebusiness I i Leading Colorado republicans will I| Georeg Pasteur and sister, Zelma .i formed. The Thrice-a-Week Worldcoming

a { followed by pleasure trips committee and I are living in the Kates house. to you every other day, serves
i
reception
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1'1t,1 l "f ttlll" w'.qe firs' !I serve as a '
atri ah -alit I" .. [ A lively fight is being I Mr. Wright is painting his house. all tbe purposes of a daily, and is far
I tit .... -anif 1 point, : I about the city. the whole town will be the indisputed I'

-I" 01 1'11I1I..1i r:"*' fair 1'' i! Rubbing It In I! waged for the office of depart I property of the adipose secretary of Ir. C. D. Souter will follow suit and cheaper.The (

'.!Ih' A e ? current issue of his paper commander, the aspirants being here. still others are arranging to paint news service of this paper is
hrtek :; ,' 'lIt:;; j In the 'went war during his stay II'
mutt! ; yeti I
flI I increased, and it reports -
will look much constantly being
I't'lun G: I.! e.'ntaz; 'Claude L'EngU reproduces approvingly I John Considine. a district attorney and soon our town !
; 'nl'
It.rn m. t e tsu' and pop a lengthy dessertation from the 'i and Fred Schmalzreich\ deputy I EARL GREY REVIEWS CHILDREN more atttractive. Some of the stay- fully, accurately and promptly

ardl r.nl peas law observance. The election stay-at-homese are using vegetablmoney every event of importance everywhere
Detroit.
nil In tank car*. jMonticello News on | city clerk of I !
d
ore ceni Ilnrw II of the article: I will take in beautifying their homes and in the world. Moreover, its political
of officers j
is part and installation the Ocala Banner:
..."..... 6 ,rota. The This sentence Special to !
.ay(
r.'n' tuttalnrd ,Iatt objectionAtNjb I When rich as well as poor accept : place tomorrow afternoon. I Toronto. Ont., Aug. 2S.-A great parade I I premises. I II news is impartial, giving you

..-11 agalp wealth yields Miss Lois a birthday I facts, not opinions and wishes. It has
when Bray
gave
cursrl aDd thus the law's verdict I I of children's and boys' brigades, I

., 'glrves.meat from stowing the obedience to statutes in company withpoverty FIRST WHITE SETTLEMENT 'a feature of the Canadian National !r party at Mr. Ben Ellison's, and the :. full markets, splendid cartoons and
us i
pndtlbthid embrace men folks had a pleasant evening. interesting fiction by standard au
tM grvernrash's when Jails Exposition was held today and was young
was
}.f7 How absurd the rate. for exam with a 'pull' as well as men without i Special to the Ocala Banner: reviewed by Earl Grey, governor general Miss Mary Ervin of Ocala was the thors.
that
claim S centL unlleam tt..n111 our country be blessed"L4Oks I Columbus, 0., Aug. 2S.-Several I! of the dominion: won came hereto guest of Miss Bessie Graham for a The Thrice-a-Week World's regular
isa llaicfil oil was is only $1.90 per
ply IS ('t.nti. like Claude has now started i| speakers of national prominence delivered open the fair. In numbers and few days. subscription rice

pHrtM.iiM oil It Waa the governor forkeeping today at the celebration I Miss Mamie Graham of Jacksonville rear, and this pays for lab papers.
and inHrw out to "rub it In" on addresses quality the exhibits in all departments -

Tndrr such t'lrt'umatanC't'6 had him out of the hands of the I of the centennial anniversary I surpass those of previous Is visiting her brother and family We offer this unequalled paper and the
of tfee tart that fietroleum for one year t
sheriff. There is noaccounting I of the first white Rev. J. G. Graham. Ocala Banner together
the three Manatee county of the erection years and make the big show trulyrepresentative ,

beerft oi.*ftly parrle l over St Lou- for Claude.-Starke Tele- man's home on the site of the village of the industries and Misses Donnie, Cora and Ossle for $US.; The regular subscription

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WATTERSON ON THE GRILL I IIi !!lttt Vt'at-! a'latnl: in l!I,,ti!:, tho cul'ivatum 'h* Texas nan hs said. to hart the Maple and Oak.Mission .

I' ui parlsati-la! iurith-nt to the *:aIl1f' rights a> a Kt'ntu.-y: ) colonel! :. and Crockery
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&..oUI'"'' e Editor Explains the "Red- : ia wit:"> lw.uu.r\ and sellins uf adtiUerat Th.e KfntuCKlw. makes the \'.-.- I; Complete line-Dinner Sets and
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Noeo Angel's" Speech. Which Was ; ,-d drink the rule--a species of ur- 'if tittci.:.,n-a: ,- \\ ()rd a !. '.oi'-.inur : all! the different finishes !j Odd Pieces ;
a md 1 the facksoiHi.lt M-'tropohs !have :
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Cr.tic-zed. by New York Divine cuiisoiuus: celebration of livporrisy 1 i > -
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c fl K'T.onher.! ; !ii'o'.irat; ::)y Clan-le L'En All Kinds of Bed and Table
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pa.tlJr"f ; !e..11'1)1' ot tt > TalaiaseSun!! !:
of ohicaiu, double-dealing and ex- 'tucky meant a blow :wl;I !m!,.)r.trl1'ha.zrd : and Upholstering Goods
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The ;.' 'i, 'u of the speech Dr with ,mat-bine: politicians and expert l!':H-Vt; 't; parsed the law.hif any person ;, A Jacksonvii'e Sundainfuflt"Ll!' Citizen. who"he wain N-vs Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles

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Ho'sriit' !. iiijrted" to specially is the jury-fixers and notorious diflkeep-'i! hall: in the presence or hearing I
fuiiow: I hat[ both the Metropolis an 1 TnE's'I: Exclusive! sale. n i the! hnsf wajjtn on t>arth\ the tudebaker.
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Courier-i of another abuse such I
': those which ers to dim the editor of the curse or : p..ri|.1 I'nion were being is.-utd i a- usual, and} : And carry the! wry best hue ot High trade; Bug;;: :.es and! Carriages.Bu'lld'lng .
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n opinion; things Journal. 'son or use any violently abusive language '
j'"Mr. I 1 hat: there were no evidences; of panic
tar -at' t K-ntiirky are not the gentle- well to such concerning himself 1
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maul v--! '; of the race course andtJie Dr. Houghton what the saloon is, and or any of his female relatives :

stilt :'< ''drd 1, but perfidy and Pharisa well Mr. | under circumstances reasonably cal- | iveningrws; Briok. LimCVment.. Pa! >ter.
Dr. Houghton knows as as Hair. Lath, shingle-, Paints) aid
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ism :u !p'iblic! and private life. Watterson how impossible it is in the i, ciliated to provoke breach of the ; ; --- --

"1 do not care to live in a world great centers of population to extirpate peace he shall be deemed guilty ofj I PROFESSIONAL CARDS Material[ I Flintkote Roofing, OilsWall

that Iii tun good to be genial too as- that which may yet be circumscribed misdemeanor, and on conviction shall : White Lead, Varni-he-. Etc I

rile to tie honest: too proscriptive to and regulated. Nothing short : be fined not less than one nor more i W. H. POWERS M. D.

bt- haw I do not believe that men of ultra-drastic legislation however, than twenty-five dollars Paper Alaba-tine and Magnitt'Vall Paint,

--- b., !U-Kislated into angels-even will suit the self-proclaimed God and I To call a man a liar in Georgia is I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. I' a nd give Us a trial. C y We will not be uiuiers. aui will please

J'fll".j angels" morality people If you are not in favor slander for which one may be given I Mclver &

"/ pro't against that religionan of their extremism and extremes '; $lnoii fine or a year in the pemteimar Office Yonge Block. I Mackay.

h t N the sugar and waters the you are a friend of intemperance and or both. He has the right, however OCALA, FLORIDA :, .

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ATTORNEY AT LAW. ,
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IL vate. wanted to marry a nigger! first blow and justifies violent Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. i<

A tterson's Reply The Colonel Disclaims Sneering"Mr. I sponse. I r'A g
N Law Library Building
ion now explains what Watterson never 'sneered' at The Missouri statute says that if I Ithe
I OCALA FLORIDA 'I
sacs in part: anything in. his life. He has never I I victim of an assault used language AnnouncementfhuVH

Dr. Houghton of the written a line or uttered a word in ( calculated to provoke a breach E. W. DAVIS. ,

Church Around thein ridicule or contempt of religion and | of the peace, and the assailant can -

Kentucky and hadat morals. prove it, there is no offense.: The law I ATTORNEY AT LAW \\ just port'-la-' the '.pleiididly equipped

the Bluegrass Fair "In short and in fine he meant at does not specifically cover the offense machinery plant uf the Yonge and Cline Company, ;

ts opening, he would Lexington to plead for manlier stand- of calling a man a liar. Gary Block. and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and

,thing obscure or inords ards in Kentucky and he called as In Arkansas the use of the epithetis OCALA FLORIDA adjoining counties. We make a specialty of repairing w

addressed to the his best witnesses the men who a misdemeanor punishable by a II I

assembled by the ediMirierJournal. made the Bluegrass Country great fine. In Mississippi law it is not men R. D. FULLER.DENTIST. I| steam pumps, gas engines, etc.

: They and famous. He thinks he fittingly coned! but all insulting words are ,I Let us quote you prices I

indeed in the truest) described them They were not with made civilly actionable. In South Over Munroe & Chamblfss' Bank i I II I

It-redolent, if not out their faults. But among those I Carolina it is not a crime. but mabtt. OCALA, FLORIDA Ocala Gas
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-V noil-home-talk and home faults, false pretension and perfidy : used as a basis of civil action for defamation 'I Engine :
J. E. CHACE, D. D. S. I
,b. from a Kentuckian to Ken were never numbered; for they did of character.The .
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\ their living and their loving their West Virginia statute declares! :; DENTIST.OCALV Company

e.l anKl.s'I are very drinking. their gaming and their that :: "All words\ : which. from their

Kentucky Those who in I ii-ual construction and common} acceptance L .. .. 'd.J
their ploughing a I '' : __
fighting, as Ho'hlt Bu-k: "' '''''''!:: :: <\--ItioJ I-LdIUD-" ="' ''''' ''' = 1

r n public to do as then straight furrow." I ar. con-strued ;as insult F.OR.DX: :

h' are not wholly mint lnd tend to.o'!nee ami 1 1'1'.lch of i

of far KentuckvI PROHIBITION IN KANSAS CITY I (tht' pflac..t!: l', ', .. artioi.aV.I' ; .' I I,

I |.<.'iiuiikliv! to siiffirfines is not a ( rii'1rto i(' i'-.' te "liar' plfJl-1 .4.....4..4.......G................................. .

phai i.,ai.-iin 1U".f Extract i from an address) Robert j :M .Manama. bir! if s i...in a-sa 11'! *

,-.. >\\H: z.-r.: hv't'C| H. Patton at Sharpsb'irg r'.uitamiua! '!I \,' HI!! in con-eti'!,< rn e id .\ 'lit appl t ci # WANT BIG CROPS{ TlE"E IDEAL FEfTlLIZEf( { i

i lain; \: and! Mr \\Ht'r i on ot the- t.\jh. ; ru i:m I he 111:1. 6MONTHS *

1'" pltItu! t rh m It.i il August 2'\! 1l(7)! ) I. ii\i eviiitiiit: n, justi", ition i'! t-.t! ': ii : OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOUr :

:.I..Hdil1.t l l 'H whu ii I lvIH The victories of the !'a-t twou. '- a 'Ii-I\"t' or :I .r, lIIl.. iauutlaet: s Agalft"t hol '*. No more .
lU-d r j r I :; : \ VEGETABLES'c "IRISH
for taihave tar ext: out buy 'uw- POTATOES, k on
our if
t ,, ii'a\!' havt 11: ."'i: ''t lun.: The aveia-:. d.+rntna ycu : t
fondest dreamthanks to our Hood; \ ., i : :lnual on Flon,:a crops; "Soi, Seed. Planting and Culura- .
rDDF' /
-tr" .ii. tdlldll'! v !io mi' i jllrin: tharKi hol,: 'hat tL' ...tI tIB .if. *
King, wIlt has ;given iis tho-e vict.uThe f tion, Effect of Fertilizers Digging :
New EIrct.t I M tit blow *
'I;'. !.iw- It :- i-ciii\aljiit t e JiDsiery.-i
.i # ..' ::OR.\'xGES"-Book of and Shipping."
: t. K ,IK \t.\ The riMl. uIIl.trh'fII"1' i. I I In North l'lr"lpl:1 -'i user ot Tlepitbet >' .' .\. ,. :' :..:.: : --; f : r
that prohibition doesn'tprohibit t I -: "'..t. interest to orange grow- PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"
''e' iIli j nrgro-ti. cry and 11!,.' v.an to whom it w .:- 'r1F t< E..p' : f
t "II'
.t"L.gt11h;{ !" '. !'.::: .
received its death knell! \ I "' t',,,. special Interest to
tier .It! ,I nitin !the' it-.-TO The pretvnM has: !japphed: are he'd'! t.'tualls; juiltv in cats :!. ..: .\ : .;:a : pineapple ..
in Kansas. That state has risen in : "', c': >:x.' ., growers.
Thf method i-; of assault aui 'ratters : .' t .
'I"'l'atln' :
| the of even t',0HID.STR.WBERR1ES": ? "IDEAL FERTILIZERS" Book .
seized
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property -
|II.t. !duet' oidt-r\ of polio its might, There i H no specific! Sawn: Tenne.tv -. p" ,{ L. '.; : !c.,;' ; ,[1': 0J. .
fat law defying brewery and distiller i p. !, : S. ', .I fY..L.".. : LM.V;x:a on "oil, Varieties, Cu! al! of our different brands, analytivatum : .'
.. I.X hn... of least resistii.iuutitu : against cal Can: >. a man a ::.t: but I I'l < i1 p.., ,1/ 1"'fJ'i .. ..... .'
1 and compelled them to plead for 'i Y and KertlizaT.on" I sex prices: etc.
I : ;; and riding this I the use; of last-',:a > caie-ilaud nro- ., I' *
1 withdraw from the state y *
/ lit II.. ,-li};itm and reform terms and yoke a breach of site pea1.. p'mfa i Vtt aiitl! rev 1st'il! tasters!: .it t1:1I' above} just ptn'' J-i.'d. tree tllr asking.

,'.at.. man* person*, claim The great metropolis of Kansas City I able by a u'n.L! : tl fnt1.-X-\>' \.,rk ..
I Kan., with a population of one buns i Sold by M. FISHEL :

fr in-te-! the uf l.-tislature.1 h,' gospel stand. are ilred thousand: people, separated only II WOI'I.1. I.I I. .. WILSON & TOOMER FERILTIZER COMPANY, : '


I Tulle platform! of God and by an imaginary line from the great TO NUMBER FARMS I|I. : JACKSONVILLE. FLA. :
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license city of Kansas City Mo., has I j'5 DRAV'EIDROP j. .
> hid(ti! t 111'1 ii' very candidacy demonstrated that the law can be t'n.1 1, HEAD fSWJ oo..oo.oe..................................++.++++

rKVnti Saloon! League. The court of I Ki.ox, o'-irv'\! Tnnesee >-; j'ERfTD
forced under the most difficult conditions i i r-L
Kn
led !prop.i-- H) make bring re1ults : appointed A e Immitt.ro tll con-id. -
and in such way as to SE\\ -- -
.In a- :\I.tlilt. ; t aMAl111NE
beyond the fondest predictions: !i er: a plan for naming and'! n'liabenut: ; G
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...11 Io 1I1t.o. Ill'I.l. (115ht I i
Is sit- of the most ardent prohibitionist roads and farms in the t'oau'ry a'io: :' : [
; 'lr IIIIII'UjUI1Ii.! : ;
IIKlllatiz.'d in Let me call your attention to a brief ,iKnoxvi.l-, :*. Thej have preletred a r. 1'
Iatr! I'U 01 results recently ULLTs i
of the summary |
itt 't\ 1 ... ,nid! if the leader-. digest made hv C. \V Tncketts, the !'i; purrtn which the; retotiiii.t-nl that $15.75 ,

.f 'I I.! I : -Inge the bar III' assistant attorney: geneial to whom I I I all streets roadand pikein the I VcxT7&; ,4..? fUitj'l

at hi ::. ,I : 1" 1)111l' hs aft due One year counts beyond thcorpo.a'r !l.mitsi:; WITH OUR PRLVMU )
'" \ of most of the credit is ; 10 Y hundreds
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let 't ,'o.! 11 I i I': and\ ago there: were 250 saloons, -'"" gambling lof, Knoxville which are consul .anions :I I T'-.s u a h..r::.....---!.!e. aHao'-ite'v! re' I'-'e ma- ( __s. ,I y e M 4
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juU| iroptTtv chlre. swell fi"r.t trier. ::a tale 1',101''f ExPP1:55
oil j houses. and sixty houses of social) : l It i .. .d ask d h ... :;,e.) t <' -.I
their way it oi streets in 'he .itknown! > soiaei 6 .. ..1100. < uM ha\ e I i Each m.,1-.1re i; l'ar"frea ::' ,, >-:.,!.
r saloon Ii i dtol'-Il'd.
w..I..I.t ..I1\1,1 l.ta 1 a.. h.'I":1' 1 1t pun eul. Toda> there is not a i other name: be cLaiigeJ!: to the name >.t fir u=.... It!-.j. J >.""H';..teWt Ia- ,..--,1."',, '. \
i" disorderly house Tmar'r'ies 13 s b-a.eta:
house nor and ata'hf"b.
\t.\ t ,." riii-i''t, and il:.-I' gambling of the of the'! streets o:' \\"u.h! : tutv dIe tonliuuatious -j mad. I_ h\htn.1\i ..:. antla'...,h! tilt l +s-.d, 1! :. )tJQT.SCOO
,. ''rruu1.t'h'r. { in the city. The population for 10rarnscda.adoa\ -> u .Jalt..-1 ,1 ,a. .
i ( increased move than el ,'r T:." : -,g-je-sC thai o.ll'i1 ing.. Yoa m.i.; "y ituJCaxs. aryl if 'J d-> rt (
'il.t l.:M ,!j'I.' l1d' < ity has fi--dittb, :jb! -r.crtr-an any $&.tli ir..1':"'t;, weil $A 50:4.
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H,, ..f > lAt The bank deposits( have a.ued one 'load running :n .-eueial iiiit! *.': :.'Iiettu !! refer d y'lr morey.Serdi _' ,. 4.
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t -i p.eteit'.lstr-ieC: 'J: -"> 1 1D
:1.. and a halt millions, and the luerchant- though i: 1,1\ an4 thin lertti.:s, 1"1{ ,-.:, u-.1- U..Jl..t.o' ".Ov :. r c _: .A.I { t\\ "' '

to Maine and Kansas I had employ atldi.u.nal! clerk-! -Lo :.Id have: a d!:-: .iic'ive !..tA' totoL'iiue ,>.:..:. 1
',' .1.It' 11,1 t ltll'N1t I I hair Co. / ,
I I !! i. !II! "b t!!e pUhil't '! : iLioi.-: : :. to'\ I1.t'oss: Anderson Hardware I
upon .
'lie! a't.iu.ince: : .
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I'nd \\ : I
? .l..0-t : t.a- :.ncreastd until they! have -tu-ams atul; cot : t :-t c--o .
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t"\ .!., !u' t.. .. <-t-1' .n' .i"hr..n additional! .n--h.! and that! .hopail < ...' 1 t"i Atlanta Ca. "I oln'u ; uEt FO?
: i '' .Y.'
? '1\. ,. teachers ine charitable! 'n-.tuutioL -i!;,.," easil\:; -.-::..'.1 a'-! :.: '.. :.C',',! !
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,r .L ., iu-.iUs io the dread imi -. report a dl'ductilt"f: nu third in It ;,. pr'o": L1.,: e:1.. : ..... : roa': I !k4 1 = .' I 00

?., ?. \i !I..' ant l Kansas'x I iiiuuiu'r doH.andn.u ..::11 1':..' ]u\...-nil.! I'r1Vidtd' n.' ,> Tn rte .", .:: .,- r.a:'.i -- -<- -" I.-J

t ,II .I.,- ;. .,-atious in ti'iu?' ,vs. 1'I., e- :r ts .,' aea -

r.-I' = l \t'\ I Udtheun'.nu' t !Nt io ( ',:'Ire n.1'l.! \\ !1.1:r1''t': Iron eight! ( ,;i. ?d to eac1!. loci ':'" :: CHAS BLUM & COMPANY

,, .. iu the Bluegrass l'i i, '
!' t. iu tghis: : cl.l:,ttt: tt I.c : nlh.l.r outage, the o : .utv'< : ,

,., 'I.) ', .- ".!. I im tune to ran And III 1tf II IIt. before it. Prior to closing the jointfiom a'i! l the erne i. ,:ibf.- 1. 1'1" .' SEE'DS Jacksonville Fla.

,, ad :. 1 !1.-r.tuce : ', ,. ,
( fifteen to t entfiei.un- "I'-' Of the I 1",1" : ten 'tI I :

-jr.- that f.dNaU\ -i'son. if WeleelU annually 10 the r' imagi1 :. I-* and nit::, :.Ul1, 'ert" n.;;" hs .
Y"rK.x Hull : : -
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w.ihe 'ltI j 'n'. : }
fmiii day to .stv .. .- : .
rl. ual
.x 'I. tier It' IltItt'I! t-.L! block lera t.. '. : -t
.'t al 1 1V -c1t' ill ,
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IUUlllhizt' ithr: ', ,. \lill t- ;. po: -
h[ the n.n.r
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saloons were closed. iupros. :' r +Iruar t' I to.* .. ": '- 191)7

n.h..., : .'t.utions for (crime has btrii 1'1:'- hosts \\i:: '..IK .i g'a: 't" '.' a'an Seed annul ::- = .J o.-' .""-: I I
last
.1tIt' Kan-as the .. .. the I I'. 'h" : hi TERRY & ROLLINS COLLEGE
I.fln :; '''I Expense IIi :ra' puitutt't : ii. ih! I. ; : i i : :
to 'III..t 1 and mih. tlGrr'I; $:l ," Cetroit M,elt tV'
R. .' ta .1 to r'I'" h.' 1'.1 al.l : .u.- !
i lHko ul'l! [ Ua been njuallv\ \ti'I\: TLR PARK FLA.
nUt t' ., -as.i'imoiiienator : in twenty-nvc uui.: : :.,' .. : a'1"' : : :> ,
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r the first time
t ,totter a''"' ,Ill Mal r\\ .t.1I hitimmor May the criminal court opened \\i.:- :. .:..... ., sUU-P;....1 ",.a. *. Ors!!: superior advantages in high grade college, academy, ex

,.IIt.1 a Dillorthy-the St'a criminal case. One year asom lows !t'ression music, art business, stenography, and domestic science,

{. hi.'"! 'I.:, ,. during sixty-odd, city was devising means to raise: trangs can ;'r :.' .. hi rt' Education by Mail courses.

cl at, td I prohtbitioawouldN funds for additions to the jail. Now ceive directions sn- \.. .. : ttt s. tc 4 m. .. : V, 3e Most attractive, healthful: and: refined surroundings. For full i

L 1 ,... ,h' ]asui> Mr.Vatter have little use for what they ; can find a house miles.. .. ..: Lj' ..', .... ,.dbooa.ee4 p; ruculars: and room reservations address t
becaut they I b t ,._ z4 'IW'U'Y.Gt.wmor .
MM' -e1 reference already have. Twice since closing A direetory of the people oi an entire ...::ccn: :. .. a. '. :.At.L ':c.. J H. BRIM )N. or.Y.. R. (Y E-\L, Sec'y

.I .e .._ ., ...N matter with Kani.ni the city has voted and each time the county can be made under alpha Tk..I'. ._ zit. ;n&:1 T..c"c,m b.)'.>>.'.IL.w Tex ea.n.IUilctJ to:&. ''-4 Ocala Fla.; Orlando, Fla.ii .

. ..,_ '. a hs wont whilst as \ hale endured pre-enr: condi- !betuai, i arraiueii.-..rrir.arii trams 1.llDltS.l'alatkana.. t.

lit 11' I. 1".1 rath! <.r stale jokeI I"'p\t-The! \\.h: Hunt IV!ai U-i TIe! t' L': v M'",- in the .
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I.:- : 0I I NAMES FOR BIG GUNS.Two I A Pool In Matrimony. r j\ -

LONDON'S fl\ST\ SIOL' Louii Out of Court. Significant Ones That Were Si. I I f

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The Tenderfoot. I lected and Rejected. I. t,.
Pit: I
foundry. Fort Onuir.a'!]
-- At the Fort ,
In 1W.; : Pit
: ] 1N57; for the mot Qr we can't all marry I
II [Or-ff-.ral cart in dear n..ir juis.
: Pa., were )ly
feel the
Fearful Picture of Poverty and .: :....,.. } madam." said the at"r. two venty-ineb guu: who fortune with aa Au.er-
url Puritan this splendid
Dissipation. I confers that when I went to <'olo. cians month : no other way out of t! CaptainV.. J. Wise then cbi.f of te lean girl for an iucumbrauce. t'.i i U. K-
to
1 iii', proposed
__ ido; to look u,' imn.ntf progeny trusted I naval bureau of oruuC of us has the means to court her pr'p

I ot like l tile term "tt-III l'rfflot" Uiaras 'I hI':t' ; old n:>('al? Never: R.lt. call Satan anti Lucifer. p'opol.ton having her ;. .':->.'ii.m .'
t'i ,
A SATURDAY NIGHT SCENE. :\ uppl't-d tme in 'union with a, tl.e: '.'.. : should consent to j: ,1I1 called forth a protect rhuirli from at Ie erlyYOU.being the sn of a '. .. ::1.;,.. fu .

I eivI1Le1lunzre4.. 1 hi'her, a m.n v.i:! : of a PrL'yt&'riln. and .
,, 1\;ho came from : : I marry pastor It chance. Now, I [ ".;' -' that w-

I I)ad been an athlete a soldier and a i ea -,f \ had legal quarrels f<.: I I Pittsbur; who ehrderlZi LI I:" I II best a pool to be.ir: "'-r the \' irp \.
The Awful Spectacle That a Bitterly ; unseemly! It not iWl)0U: wake up
South Amer tit I
umutain climber both in lug 'ot of courtship mind t" "' r mtl1flmeto :
Cold? Evening In Winter Disclosed to III' Therefore 1 did Ult cult. but than a mnd' ; letter was referred by the member I' i'n and Europe. I is more addre.-sed to us with say. KAI jivr su':': mita : '' .\
the Wayfarer In the Streets-Th< for me. doors : to whl it was :
fee propriety L in the term : ;-eci.ij for a o UI'I'rtnt. congress '
I any ino fur I'i:_ t'
Hucksters and Their Customers. I met son.e: royal Rood fellows aolorailo en key. 't ia' -t'l'. You irt' i> n:" the department awl finely l'\:1 : uf' M'"ly I'il'k.: t.ii'd5.: :.
t '. aiii'-'ii:
( r rpyIn The : : !
and soon after my ar : }" \ ,. Ilnll't look ii! I:. the tun-Is of ('a.tmIl'j'u:; ; : .
something \\hirli is I If Springs jou t. tIle f !h-a.! ,,! th. :'i: .. 1CH. :.' .: .
tAt showou attention > t.ie
me tei u
a part} in : : senior ile'i! u1 t answer be cal.ed .
entertained D\1'lIt.y .
ival there was jour .:
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f more ten iltle! than truuedaiul imrtLUIvuii of jrv'-ajr tove .. in-
me custom
the table opposite foreign .
at supper. At | r 1.11::
!> th..n vice. It i is u clo>e wI..I edprecession : had evident, kind's 1 think "r us ''t"v.In: ::-*. vmznseuu : : e'l- \ kt"wlI
i satlark l ykeman. who : ; .' promi-od to su.-h names .WI ,. .
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.rtc..n.-l O e :
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euabby uu-n and women aud (liiirenj I I entirely careless of his dress for. liess I." : : t! '> advii e :!wc'li: ,' "..1 fe and ':!all to cuimy an ide.i of !l:1 ::.1,1. j'urtlic! ,
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to see that has ,' crouns ; : ; '. Lt.1:11'1.'! 1 \\II '.'j.\.l buttle. Tht-se inius. ar.nuti the :.- 11':1' :11. l'i:,. I-ct'- "I'il f'\'ai: : {
barrows on ; :
dous and cosU'rmoi.geis' I tanners it was easy : : : ;! ,. tlu*
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a Saturday night in winter in S"Ulh'l ,'; at least fa.rly. well bred anti ed who had : ; !l i 1 the :irl! to.d; her ti! :it it el (:;' ;liu..t'rt' WIt intended u'uol Will \:1, -.inii.The i'l''l"i:1:i '- .- '.,'1 ':':" .

the cated, he wasdreV-=o 1 !a the trousers OCt:: t" ; matter of tV.i-t j..i': :-'!I peace awl the utteran-e o :'rlZl'
from m
I east London. The wind i Eli I 'I r--.. ..' : '.':
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the 1"tots aud woolen shirt! of the regionm h: and thither I II "
hither .
Thames blows tit .t ij":
l.finss '
and It l :" destrueti <-n human: !! I'.sr stt c"llIi.I:
nothing of the revolver cam- wa-: : !' her :niece to v r. mischief anti .
Caiaes and naphtha lamps and m.iLestLcin I Ii say He had Mai- : w.''IiJ their; naiuesak-,. than! 1. '*' fran' coul.i '.e :r .bed ,
I idges strappel I to his waist. ; as ( as -heM IIitl: herself in time of war ns -
and hiss at the n.to.. burn I I Iii .. but ti.! > wLuver ..- luu.-; : .d
tug II pair of cold pray eyes with bush dsy. ht>\ J : adiiiireThe! : result '' .i' : the devil tre; to tlo at all: tium&I the Mi' cni.ru'U.:

f ers. It bitterly; CiltLVuzuvii draw bow over them and wore a perpetual leave \ : : \\ :ir: t.tl old: Ll'l"ai:1; : further reminded! hs: clerical critu-!:.! t" the n.arquLs, wh-i m .1.xtha\ I

their gr.iy: shawls closer over their his face. :1 ; tl! h id : -"- eiui: J.i Mis> Fii i .::jd In'..tn
L I ueering expression on quin y the tips of his t"vto l' : a number of clt'r: 'l'a wtw. very t'\

Leads; men turn up their coat collars. lentioned bvtr climbed! the Matter' : Jure his hairless head. There v.t I without protect his act of "christen' to lay sieuv to her heart.

Lump their shoulders and thrust theiai orn in Switzerland. D -keman's sneciiteusified. : at hand I in it. but it tended 1 toi ing" in presence of I large assembly .I "!!"v' I,i". nstrquislit- eclairnt'i"Awful I

Lauds deeper in their pockets, and the f t'.ie lav, first twenty glad to see you:"
I kings 1 I a eont!ui.u: <> of ladies and.atlewe the :
blue faiedhihtrell., squeezed lietweeu : i with !he II Reel l, mademoiselle.!: t. ask y'lr
"lid you go up tenderfoot style I r was handed !inch jrm cast for the navy as 1 came
the leg of the crawling multitude of to holimi anti : bi! I du and yourself to 1:0 w.th; iiie tithe '
by
be asked, "with a lot men : : to Mr. rodrnan : However the argument mother 1
zhu .
fchhcr and snuffle as they creep soflowly up with a rope aud cut your stepsir i [atient heir.I I_-'IlS. who :1I'l'li I not prevail for relipious! sentiment wa: opera."

forward with chattering ttnt you. or did you do it yourself?* : '' : )'. L(>>iis ojienel all !Ic t. effective in preventing this use of Biblical "Mother! Goody graciouv mar-iui-! :

and purple lips which twitch and 1 confess I was irritated when I re : ed. but I 1 submitting them. InIee: I nomenclature.-Army and Xavi i Do you suppose I have niy mother

shudder! half from cold and half from I' : his !> Pealnuly's to his grm- traipsing around after me? No. sir: "

hunger. liedoh.. the Matter-horn is not to b' : surgeon sight was Inadequate I tll Journal 111 po to the opera with you, but n-.

Look at some of the faces. The ('limbed like these hills about here. It'imountain. ; his handwriting. The CF PARIS. mother for me."
TOUGHS
women have their hair dragsed back a ." I In the ; that; a maflmoni:;.! j "But mademoiselle in Paris that '

from their foreheads. The eyes are retorted "that It's his heir, m "
"I don't doubt" he I t not please and would occasion remark.

hardly \Mble. The noses are short and II mountain, and a steep one. I only far o. the reply himself .lt They Are Known as "Apaches" "Oh, that's, it! Very well we'll take

l-road. The blubber lips reach across doubt( your ability as a climber." baste '' the reply and t'lt I Work In Gangs mother. Will you sro. n.ammy" .,

their swollen faces. The men have Pike's peak tomor : that the himself. For: i Les ApachesThey "
"I'm going up had written "I suppo 1 I'll have to.

fhlfty eye Their underjaws project. rlw." I said, endeavoring to speairithout best of own he poured out Jill .1 work In Itng. In the underworld The young man proceeded metit>l-

There is nothing in their faces which a show of choler. "1 shal not on as he would write to hi their as..iatons are eomlte.eInd Daring this his first call he toM
kindness. On all i distinct. Fame has tome to : ically. \
dignity or
suggests tlen
limb it alone. ind he ". Molly of his ancient lineage. wind
the tares you read satisfaction and ?" He went th:: -to the gang of Bebert of Montparoo, Hiss
Di. you know the way .1 a correspondence with decription of the chateauf
content. liven the starving children .. of Gegene of the the (JreeiCravats 1 Iu? up a
the mountain In forced f centi Courie .
"Never was on mylift' hearts frozen >r built several! cen
Oostands of the Vlllette,, the Courtemacb.es.
I-eep Unit with excitement. ." When Ward 'would write Mr th
Then heavin -
On the top rail of a stall stuck upon .1 Mont-en-l'alr of the tunes: ago and now a ruin. ,
able her Batioles.
"And you consider yourself ti tew letters read them to th he would love
said
enough to grin these bands the war in1D a deep sigh be
and hish Against jiolice
Looks Just
o to the top within a reasonable luin to l \' and mail them. IN I
the heads of their battles in > to repair and live in it Miss Molly
above the multitude are tl'r.tn .. ; They wage op :
tI ? would ea \
mt : fool. the lady what it
two sucking pigs. The eyes are half : day-for some '"mome"' that Robert hal tened attentively and asked I
l' "I do. That ( be caught b$ such t'h\tt::
thatIt
and wear a glassy smile. Round I i stolen from Gegene. A band conies would cost. The marquis replied
<>l>en 'Tut. man'! he snarled. "You're nllnilier. < short Betty I have you to writ. \
rim of the ears and at the edge of J JL down from the of Belleville 01 would require 5OOOII4) francs or a
the
You're a tenderfoot""I'll I that the I never could do it i 111 L I btlht i
the grinning lips is a line of of Charonne and raids a peaceful quarter : million of dollars whereupon the pn
open I bet you. I retorted losing mjautiuu. In the Then when the replies :tr. I
to hans ther like surrounded, remarked that if that was all she wondered (
home cab is
Mood. They seem "that I climb the mountain The be: "How sickening: I l -a going
the presiding deities of the market the I III the stabbed through the win why he didn't make them at 1
passenger
lone and in a reasonable time-wha1 some will expe-t me to liste .
gods cf this sordid festival. [) dow and robbed. They prey on thE >nce.
a reasonable time is to be fixed by tht b when we are married: I
Uutchers stand before their open public. Band band. There The marquis after his visit met hisfriends ,
lemliers of this party, you and I ex ffice will i ay well for thl I war upon

WILRIOWS.alin: ; Icnidly and briskly I epted." [ He I is sure to win his ca!1, : are nightly duels on the fortifications at the club and reported prozress. I

and reaching down joints i under the when the Beau month he devoted himself:
for customers "What do ou take me for Do you I and that will bankrupt u- or bridges For a c

.. ... of meat from steel hooks which they I think I'm here to make a sure bet wit rrace.- marriage will make u! I Totor meets Poigne d'Acier. knife t( to: the heiress. He. not only accomlanied -

fllmr to a man Inside to I* weighed.Children -I a teaderfoot to get his money uu be well paid for your hot. i knife, in a savageand not unloyal way. her on her sightseeing: tours tc (

bareheaded: and in rags. :tiny? I know a blind man that cat Betty. I shall settle $1U' : Ycang all from sixteen to twenty-two Versailles. Fontaiuebleau Sevres an.i

thniit themselves among the crowd. I I eat you on a race." I for dress" : rarely older. Where do they come other curious points in the environs or
i
ottering let roots on pieces of dirtynewopaper. I '" : from? Everywhere. They grow on I'aris.[ bat secured for her and her
I Wind; Chl I ,' you are. auntie: Yo,1 ,.
The street is tilled with tone Wind. I'll bet you $lk) beI.m ItPlato.'L f thinking of others; never G r the pavements of Paris along the gutters mother invitations to the best houses
to an
cries. There is a smell of fis-h aud I climb to the top of I'ike's peakouer i -foundlings or dere childrensons Paris I :

funty :Irmeuti'. Into our faces as we I than you." ..' correspondence went 01 : perhaps of that laboring class But at the end of the noath Ga..*,;OQ c

gt forward foul. fat women with i "It seems to me" I replied "a betlUke judge I the while till at las t I, which is on the edge of crime and l l." one morning awoke to find i in his v..:

Loarse voices shove handfuls of animal that would lu e all ia my favor." You a proposition of uiarria. ,1l. The life of the Apache Is short pocket but a single napoleon i>f th(> I

matter-things all bloody and dreadfuland I "I>o you take the bet or take water?" rou ; of the business prop,. for et'er one seat t the ji or noney furuishi-d him. It wus nercs \ '

tell us that the cost is only two It is i the guillotine two stand ready the hea i.half i.
I There was a cold blooded disagree Twabody had intended t 1 sary that be bring matters to a

t pence. At another barrow an old woman IIble look in the man's contemptuous I right an ardent love such as I II I j door of th slums. They used t haunt the napoleon he spent f-.r sandy I
and her three daughters are sell- HOW the den of the Pere
lance that Irritated me beyond I would pour out to a youn Lunett.-Frm md the other! half for floors. Theseleiseut

lug for pennies! twopences. threences leasure. lays: love you." the old ma "The Slums of Paris by Vane, Miss Flick d.trini: the I.k: ItKnarred :

,>* and fouri>eaces the loathsome "Of course I take the bet. He whc. Some youth and cherish yo: Thompson, i Outing Magazine to him to save a fefran.. *

oddments from their rag shop. Blouses the If i If[ threi the niorui-g: :mft.r u. .
anees must pay piper. yon age. The lady "in tor! a breakfast

stays petticoats. nightdresses trou- i insist "la call'.n: me a tenderfoot you. ray. letters muttering: "Not 1 I: i Nurses and Cancer. roposal but If he succeetied in WIn-

,.'rs. waistcoats and caps -all of them lust band out the cost"It When you old fool: You'll b e "I find the trained: nurses brave! ling the heiress he could laaLe a fur-

I *u oddcn and mu>ty snatched that we doubt fromthe if I':, was then arranged that I and a I Barents I I twenty years before 1'[D .I' enough in most cases of contagious disyease. her: loan from his friends an-1 he wa-
would burn-are up
they half dozen others were to start from and T' ." said a Brooklyn doctor, "bu eure of winning.
wide stall flourished In the light I
,
the base of llke's peak the next morn it. I Ward handed her auc !i there is one thing at which they balk.'" 1: About 9 o'clock in the evening he
und hung acrusto I
the lamps
pf naphtha lug and that if a blind man beat me to The had written Mrs. Pea boil i I "What's that" asked a friendI -- went to the hotel where the Flicks sojourned
Hie h hest bidder for a few copper I
< i iI the top I was to lose the bet The upon on it. "If he were a youu; j i "smallpox?" and sent up his card. Whilf
while this marketing is gjiagoa
And. i uouey was put up. and we broke up to sons it would l-e lovely. There' i I "Xo: cancer. They have a the untrained waiting he paced back and forth m a
the air is tilled with thehoarse !
while
I and shouts of the hucksters out': goo bed. can I Ii for him, after all, consui woman's horror of that ills- terrible suspense. It seemed a a a t\

bees dislodged I The next morning we met at an appointed i sweetly you write." ;i ease. The most faithful of them wl till he was summoned th '':g'l it 'V"
houses, like I
( the
public
rom '
I i rendezvous. Dykeman was :' the arrangements for the i'| go without an engagement for week; only ten minutes. Inhered into tLe

I from a swarm drop wen babiesIn and I therd and a good nap had evidently In I :: lietueeu the principal-., ': rather than take a cancer cas>e. Yo! apartment used for a re< l'lnou rwho !:.
of them carrying
women, many and slouch into i taken away his disposition to taunt cart. : : :I lie1;er nttt except in cour .. i 1 the pri is slight compared with whn > s.iw: staiiiliag on a t.li.-! ::w d"err ,\

their arms, iieihht'rmuI away ie, for he treated me very civilly. I n.u-t I i : : had glared, at each ot'ae:,. they f:ice almost without thought." he hd sent and the U-x ,>f cauJy
darknessof; some!
the xaiiily eudea tired to discover from the or Ii\ \\- ; i 1 \\ rot,' t.nt"vultl ;:11! "Isn't it cjntasj'.ousV" .1'
The srin shops are crammedtrammed I The i It.x'a> empty.
court. with women and chil vks of oti"rs or" the party whether ilnvs : I : luorni.ii Z or a certain; ,h.' ".\ maliin-uit case is if a scrat-lie*} "('Imt iu here, marmumitlied Thecheery

dren. The more men careful lur.sowhesare they considered the contest in a senUN tarts \ : : Le was ,-''j., t t > u teni;",.. j hand is i brought into contact with the( \Oll'If Miss Md':':

t : tins .'rnt2 bits of meat M\irce lit Lr <> liiil.t or not and made some re- a !lu-'it.:: i ''itiivn. his gruiidfevn \'"!.;.;. cancer. Three cau(' 'rs out of f.>;:r. Withisivi: or"a 1'-1', .;'t' buii'-i1-1, .r

j i larks! to drw: thl':! 'ut, but every w [Li' n : ; : ;" :! .isai. however are not malmaut :Utll'.lT1 I.,, i th.
dogs an.1 hai'utuis the sull.s tI! they : duiicm 1.1 !j-s: heal!. 4n-iu t Jterv
./ tan: SV:>HH! to ha\o t>,.tt!led h1rn.'lft cai.i'::f. : i iIh' : :-..'' indisposition: ei.. dressed without gloves safely. Th<
,
have i en 'i; for Sid.iy'dinner. !: < : next r' :'> IIsaw L.O u e t;iere.
co-i'
;1'o: the sul!jevt. aId I got no sat.sj'eFMu : \- -, i : : i : : .'- I\'al.dy. "II.Ml l br:.. ;: trailed nnr es balk at all of tliem.Brooklyn ."- .
a
l>nt when! this U i done l'it'too.. "Vby .! :: : you ce 'a.e
jl' i 'n. 1 ilL' mzm : utre\ i krml ittel \.1..11 c.-:'.- : : : : : 'i to hqid !V.ira i.f fight tlu-.r \\.v into) the sin: shops an.! Vwn.e l\\..: ,.L ad.ia'i. :.' ;". '.: .
whoa to jill iu the race utake > a'..::.: : i :: w.fl: to a superabundance 01 r I Ir
J drink till clu-un: tune la! and out of The uuT'iuis did :> ii.- .ad beij
p.',itK>n w'ler 'ver lit liked pro i:,ff : : : : i"esty! I shall have m; i: Intoxicated Midge Flies. .
the pawnbrokers'tdiops pass the moth j bidden. Still!! he saw iiu )a-
cm w1l > wish t,) rescue their best ; \ided he was iu >iiut. the uu.nire aiiJ as the !: : ; : ie at the aieet'ng.: ." ,!i Concerning the life history of th.j ,' 'This riMjiupreseutlv aut'e'

'I being in the ivuter. Tht'u:1t thetiring dhI.lr ijugtung merrily flew awn; particular little midge that
patronize;
;
clothe-,r the Snndl '. The tnouijlenders' j voice.
; of a revolver we started.I Into !; ? last letter of this uniiju the arum in England
little i I >
And the very ; what T: '
doors are never still. ( |: "Oh mademoiselle .s .S ;l'r
I soon found that I had been put on Jll before an engagement.1 j known yet it is certain that .
; whet \ .
crow d iu the street grow s denser an,1 I L : ty game yon are playing: \ iere
I the usual route taken by those who Peabody went to her root I arums are blooming these "
noisier The smell of It fills the soul | midges gin you? Do you call to me trota: .e.F'i-:
ascended the i eak. Why this had been ; for the ordeal. !i' little time to anything besides drunker .
I :
with nausea.A "I hope not. I don't na.t : g.> j
: i tone I could not imagine but inferred The Codman's carriage drov! i orgies within their shelter. You han "
i young man, with a child or two in heaven just"et. I'm in ber. -
that it was to give me every advantage Peabody's door the sun wa:it ; only to cut open a bloom at the narrov
". his an.is. comes out of a public house. Again the marquis entered an n'trf
in order that there should be no warrant : case : birds were singing indeed 4 I neck portion and look down to th "
I Ills wife and a girl! friend follow after I i room, only to be led farther l nd.W. .t
for blame on the part of those allt." portended a betrothal of .I lower part to see the helpless Insect .
home I ; and th-
I 1dm. mocking him for going so |: the rooms all communicated C
I conducting he contest for taking an view" Louis Codman alight: lying ia heaps all more less '
or intoxii
1 early. The wife carries a baby of three ; -1 I girl led him In a circle till ue !stool <
0 : unfair advantage of a stranger. Surelyif erty i grandfather out of the i cated-intoxicated from
or four mouths in her arui In the cu overindulseaet 'I again where he had started. !1-1: th- reception -
b I after lavas! been started right I he is. \ him into the hous;! : In arum pollen.-Strand Magazine. .
I middle of the road the girls begin to Uppred I' !| room. He was very much dId
couldn't beat a blind man to the summit her niece f-in')
I ,'lUte and sin:. The husband turn I :11 | gritted at being forced to play tl1s:
; I I deserved the opprobrious epithet the drawing room. The ol Two Views.
I4 round and laughs. The child in his te Juvenile game for the amusementflics ofuIa
I of tenderfoot. One thing my ext>erienee trying to say something gal]l"What: a r.>irv. von nr.., an. ... .. ,..__ Y"O" L L ,
her ----
watches u
arms. with dazed eyes i j-- .e.. OUt ne remembered tCSt
I in climbing did for InC-It was his grandson Interrupted !
young my dearr said the .
'moth..r maid who if
< singing and dancing. The dirty I she was barely eighteen, BL i. no

linen cap ou the baby's head slips offs I easy for me to detect the natural routebefore 1 : was beginning to carry weight for age. French girl would have done tie ,i"'"
me. Only once or twice did I ; I court ; ." said be. "permit me. "You will
never know
the mother whirls about aud we I what fun it is : there was no French girl wth .tn en ., ', delay in selecting the best ground to go ; r's ( to make an announcement to refuse a man. .
bald head She
the little goin
fee poor I ] ; fortune that be eou'! aarry
over and not ouce was I obliged to retrace ; Mrs. Peabody jointly. "No I .
,
suppose not
E- round and round m the glare of tb'jf rejoined the fair kept bis temper and w 'o a i-erji-r
tt'S. I was in fairly good Peabody's first letter
!naphtha How that tiny brain! must I my came : debutante "but you can't imagine how' ual smile thinking that ai-t-r ail it wa-

'4 swim! 1I1it must wonder at time condition with: a springy step. I knewI in it the genuine freshness I much fun there is in accepting one"- : very droll. ;

mother'The wa niak.in! ; good time, and when I :. I answered it fo it: Chicago News. "
nhrdl ltmighmer of its swaying .. grt i i ou'getting warm'cauie t,4): j
skinnedrabbit. i saw the goal! a tOrT 'l'o tance above nv : same strain. Mis .
bal'.v is no larzer than a t ; girl's voice as he went Lu-::.ig ttro :JT
Uouud :aid round round and I was :>ure 1 oul.l do the teat in as few i iil have I, Peabody and I have been The One Thing Left. i.the room.

round. to the shrieked tune of "Sally.Pally :: il hours a" any one could do It. : me over the heads of ou 1 "But what will there be left for you > "Very warm." L\\
A> I approached the highest point 1 j have exchanged likenesses I &
Was In the Ballet while thehusband I j! to do after your toiling and scheming I I "BakIng hot" -

stands grinning and the girlfriend looked! up to see if any one was there. I s : frequently met. The prp I and self denial have brought you the !\ lie wut to a curtain hanging before
> a in sght. I felt athr' i unite the
.ot p'r1W.lS sej-irate '
suddenly reels and goes down j : millions you covet? !: a recess. He knew Miss F'.:-k

I Itfhimt a I llrI'1l'bul'i liu; and curs- !! of pleasure at having punished i ; ; I have a few days ago : "Whartl there be left? Gosh, I can was behind it. How strange these
Pya"iit f.T his inl'\':l.ty and pushed tuces order f: mi the cocrt of .
to New
I ln Uetroit News.E go York and i
>f. : spend 'ea. cant i Americans! He pulled aside the curtain -
oa (!li l I stood on wht I at first thoucht ; dear. : j.ia! (!rg the n-a*.' : Record-Herald.
and
II. lou ." I started back. A young WaD
t : "To tha Lamppost. was the summit but .cUiuciag aside i (? : estates :: my hands: 0:I Was With tha' g tr4i-l.

9* r. .To the lamppost n a mistranslation -I II saw that I needed to go a little hisherThen I the faWn; b'alt of ny i It Hurt Him. I "Gacie's up!" cried Molly. "Mar

tot the nr>t time I saw a man .- the matter to be I
la lauterue! There was no
of "A I
I I Tommy-Did the fowl hurt you Mr quis, this Is George Tnniamghaai, jt
; laiui'poMt. The lamp was hung over I lym; axUvp on the ground. It was A of court it oust b settled Squires? Mr. ires-What d'you I come over to join us. He brought mV

the ll11tt.tltt the street m the et'ult'rf I)y iemau. I new Mrs. Peabody. I have the I "
I an.mydear? What fowl? Tommy j this. And on the third anger of her
within tue colLirsod. I itors ask the hand of niece la
Something
I
M curd which passed over pulleys I I your -well, I wanted to know If it hurt I left band she displayed a ring. "The
The went to him and *;\ok the street. lamp
of
the tilde 'can.se
at The : I mummy saId you hAd been hen- j i marqulg ha. been awful DiN to me,
was let down, the person to be hanged me I vroke him up. naa cut a tbe! Inqairiaz peeked for ,
twenty '
i years.-Straad Mag- orge; took me to the opera and lots
I do.
e was substituted for It, and the ends of "Well" I said, "who wonr : hs grandron. and Mrs. F a- i U1ne. I of place Yoa'Il show G org around

the cord pulled.London Notes and "I'vewon.." was a exclinsatioa of I
p, i) r1e. won't you? He doesa't know aayabwt -
lIt n'IH'btut for all! revolter. I my best" she
QuerlttKD ncbb A Subttitat. I thIng Parii. Thaf a dear oJd
p j which he had bit aild*. and I noticed .& urtAn another I "Anna wished .
nr yoa to
buy a die- mazq1i. .
5 t 1; .wlJe and timber fhouKln't UMMk that two was ot.li5d to feel for It. n@ rnadt He II at his grandson< aad, &nur I The aeit nomlag Gaston went with ",

;. uMd till tLtJ It* H.u tJ.l&o1mc was r.t0t1t' blind. fere oa his: bean, tald: Ple-I -X his married a profesaorBUttw. nate&dolitnen his breakfast and pool stock stood

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: ,..IIL tHtMfS (OI-tP'IO 1 ( 1,I ing.vines but the'indergrowth of brush) and GOD'S HOLY LOVE i, NOTICE S01.EN-Ol Monday, Jy! 22.:: one Dunn' .-lon: Phosphate ('0:- rang valu-

".. '-'''-- having been ch'area away. i i bay mare with four black feet; medium ation increased from $O'M!+ + to :3 <>rt.

l I, D !OIt' !I.Nothing is burned here, as is the casein I II. I i| (Written for the Ocala Banner.) !| In the Cir.uit: Court of the Fifth Judicial rize: branded "A L L" on left Lots 1 to 9 and 11 to 19. Western

'" ,-" \ a .i, ) !' most of Florida farming. The I I! When from the skies: 1 Circuit of Florida! in and for si'ie. Stolen from back of Mclrer & Central" City lots. section 17. tow<=hT

,. t" grass i is cut often and allowed to rot 1. range ::!. assessed to 0"-.1: F ur.-\
\) I' : Marion County-In Chancery.: MacKay's store. Liberal reward will
Showers !
J. t" descend through dark and try an-! Machine Worki1';-.* < ... ::1 e-
," .. .. on the ground the
and leaves from
Ci.' ... \: :_\ : t" & j I dreary hours |j! Ethel Oldfield. Complainant! vs. \\'. be laid for the arrest of the thief ciea-! from $2""rt' to $">" '".

.Ii"' 1 E the trees furnish the necessary natural | ;| Ernest Oidfield, Defendant-Order Wi7h'irl: -n"e to convict Aii!', 'hock; 4::. 0. S. 0. i"a ? --, i

SALT "' tt. .' 1 \4' t c I t1 fertilizer to produce the perfect i i! 0, murmur not-they bring their magi i i I for Copermp-jvp Service.It A. S. HOOKER. McGrarh -estat valuat"! :: .. i-
,.w _.f. fruit 1 ic t Ft :-:
grown here. This land-is I j powers. ph
very I is o. : 'r- .l 1 i' -, :!. <;;ofvi.hiit.Vrein 2-2 4t Anthony Fla. ,l," ',' "t". r :: .t
'll ,rich: as can f'a"ily he seen by the For summer harvest.and the spring '
: ; name: ], to-v. 'r : "Y. Ernest Oi ?i- lot "X: 1'I:>:', '; !'l :: : :: ;

.. '.1111'\lot h oaks anti other trees. Man> !: sweet flowers!: ;i field, be and he is iur tv: requirtj: : i NOTiCE OF MASTER'S SALE 21H": f.. ;; '7 :.' .. .' :n.....

I If ::">-" oi.tii-n tree.were: never j i! Let tfcaaks arise: :,, I._" f '..' -- ;', .1 ,
.. I appear to the bu;: of complaint file- .
; .
: :' '.'1 : ,:'.:.'" !I. hut wt'!'bu'ld--1} on original !: n Ihtc ""' -'" fn n" }.".,, <, lrnnrl! Uniler: and hy virtue of a final deI i'TO. ..T 3f' 1,),:';f,'.f :. : ; kqg'

( "'f- ". \1 :' '.1" : ., .i: !I When from th =',':, ? .. .! >
,
i j o -uinrc alert lehon trees that have .' : : : : :: -. .
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..' _.. : :.' ( ;.: -:.. ':-. :; )" :'
._.. -- .. ... .. doubt :Mij fall.: !! 1.1.' ... :. ... '.. .. .
i gown if this ilde.-ne.-i;; 1"11'I, upon -ar .I.l' :::1.' : I.' -c'.- I : ::_ c : Cq'" it C." \. r. : .: !.
1C i- t'-r u0-r.il t.ia: ; a cc.i iti oLh :
-- I II I, ..':<.-. Tlv writ jr "as particularly! !| lug ills, ,,' of the Fif'h! J'l'lk-lsl: : Ci-I'jt:; of F1'-) I'. ,, '':I' :. ; ; ,n: '.
<, wit: r !b- i)'3Vr."i. -"i: etii'- a v\ => ., .
$ s>: ", l RSi.LF LOODBYE ,'.'f-rf'lhl in this srrov'hi ran-1 S0 ;'Woe, like: show> fi.-iji rh'lll'1t'r. I uJa. on the 1 :Ith! ear; of ,f1'h1! ?''17.::. -e, ', ,i" f !
|1 ; for four ((4f cun"ect'tJ weeks' is i f : 1.,. ".
; 'I' 1 1t
nauy, I"'I'J"; ', in Florida as Wf-11 as'i clouds distills, tl!.e flit p..,!!,!,,,,:.. i r.,.''..;' -: ::", -, -:>-, Ii i ia certain came pending :in thf! t',:' ; ; -': ro ..I'! .

{H.. t ,.J.5 .. With par'pnr! sraro :. c. r. :.., :. .. f . ..
; t ?' n filriK and! thoroughly; :leII j i ,'i -a i < j ;:::y f.;: -'" '. > : :: i )r! !Jai an.! 1':. 2. r?. : q

I'ill" !. '.' '. .. I i.-'t; ail! Florida land i:? .-a n..'- ten 1U.1,1.:; : .: edl';:: r> \'t. -r] :!: < v ,':' .!" .;'j : i a',i !
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: = 'ia: of July] lit.! .7; .
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r't.iii > ..1 i .I\ort.td-I!; ir.ipoor: !: that it will not i ii i Let prayers: ar-! : tOrah' is complaiminr] : . i produce
S. T.
SI3TRUXK. r:i'I : m $12- -o :';')"'.
'.iifipin- :n..tlin; : without artifi(''h I ferMliza-i I ; et al. are c"Mi! ,<:i-. ', 'reinthe : .. '
; : '
I i C.enCm: ..t Court Marian Co., Fla.H. I' e\v- "''i t -:' .. 'u
*. '.. ni I.::"." I tiuji. To all these who still think .soj I When from the skies L .\.NDEP.OXExamination: 71'ih .. undersieneil waai"!,",: a- ,!'. ,.. -et'rn.'"-. k ."> 1.; t' S.

:\, .' I,." I I. f 1'1'.1. I I IouM advice to come to Wildwood l Bright. cloudl?,= <-ra.: t'.. l> '?':::. ; i exIct'. -.) ; de- Oi-.V: ( 'i--e.-fd] to J. I II :\'i ', \.I', -
... -; > s'.!'< .". '
1 1I I II (.racer UtnIicsl ', : : ,' .'., ia'I"; a.: roaet'v: : -y ," I tv 2 -." .
..ax. d.i. I\t- .1. I, and visit tinMonarch and Ventura \\ ; : f. ::0'I: will oft' :' l''I' *al";

I J.o .t I.! t".1: I I v roves.-F'orida Correspondence: ; .ou.-h let thin heart wi'h! ia\\>- --- --- of Teachers: I :,:F1 '-\i'::: -. ..:li; f',r < ,ib: to *:>f !i..j::lest Ch! .'.. '. :ice i:; 1-i i !Pains n'rr'.1" : .'if
-'ilt! ;' corner. .- "\' "n !4 'o>y, i-p; ;(
!I" ft t.. >ii thai in take pa: ..-, York Packer. I tore glow. i i.icldvr. on j i 17. 1\1., -.. 24. tiit'-'" vest :.'" c'i.tn-! ; ,

In hymns devout, let worship thc-n! Monday. September 2nd. A. D 1907 sor; :. : chains.;, _'..
no ni -. "' nw ------ T." regular stare examination for ;: ei-r chat!!-. -'l'l'; !

t'o.-\ erti.i'l': < oiiie ; BRYAN'S TRIBUTE TO THE EGG o'ertlow! v.r'r: v": 1.. 1.. ':_ f .1'.. I' '. -- the court hoir.oor(:: in Ocala. Flor- | :' r! 3n: -6 acre- assed! to .r. R
.T
I o h'1.! valuation ir
I lu i, r i t. fur f'trili r disgrace Let praise ars'! u.' :i: .t.! Td' 7A" ', i i. between Th1! hours of ert: tl a. '! H'I'' to r.flo.are i :reasll from it

l i' 1 u ,'u t I. ii, v ..ai.- Mr. Bryan in his trip around the i : white apI.litoInr"r i :}: HK.>' inF!:. r.! '. and two oV'.Kiv.; p. m.. at p\blic: ] I ',i:,' ato"ni ,' :212': L.vns: north!: of

1't c\if U: tear world, found that in some countries When from the skies Ocaa! High School bui!,lns. an 'i a'l ;''a: '.I 'ion. the frill';gag decri\oOt"rop.: ( : smrlNa'!: : corner of jrthea-t q':.ar: .

I I. '? !-.- 1' and wi\ej- ; many dishes were of doubtful palata-| No sun of joy pours down its genial : colored applicaur-! : Howar.l Aea.i-: I. *rf::, in sat.-fa'-'i11u; : ; of said -iecree. '' ''r if ':'IJ'Hhpa 1 7. ': l't:1rT"f.: srtint1 !I .I
I p rar.ithenr:: ; i.o-h: I
.. t !111 r. I I. \Ujoi? bilirv. but the boiled' egg of the omnlpritent :- : light : t-i..v buildiue! : at Jt o'clock! } a. m. On-' owt! : Coir.i; iKihr: atotah \'f"'or- 1, :2.".i dJa.I! !', we-t J1 chaino ."i >

I o.r lnr tur ho\s. But on thy way there fali the gloom dollar! will'! be charged each apyvii! a.r : r.T ,)f hock! :jl':. idweT"!! ad] :l.r: :mi to 2-: -d ri 1 .r:1::. paq :L"air.: *-' a-. -.

\\ ,'t j h- I .I t t". Him th'ir livi. hen always appealed to b;!nii of nifiht! !! pcroni'Vi]! *n H": v: r CARX :I (,-,-'..'a. rnn:1lce,! : eat '_' > < feet :; a--- .- -' : to O. P F .' ce, valiu., "I on .,

i!, MIa man a afe propobit'on.; Ho writes a.- j Still look for halcyon days mnr -;la 11 1I 1- S14tf S."i Tub. I-'. .i-r.i: SO: fret 't'-:-- 2"'J:* I'e.-r. MI-ITU: S. | ;v.f: .i ; ", :m 52"1"1: to.' .'I'I.> i.Co
I : i, nee 2 oh_ nv eft of '
a nt
I 1\' bright! i 'V-r. or so nilt'l: ThPrp r z'-- v p1
AH :,1 Ipdtallil h'' ran follows! : ': i : ,: ;1T. !:. \.dn.= liO'to: : ;;otitlu-a- ( -,'- .7-
Let faith arise! ; NOTICE +i'l: f1 .s.-ary n .-".,'I-y". the sal.i .:..creeTid -'
,\ I'1' fruit hi> .s i:>:h'.r. '\\V hate crossed the BosvLoriib; I I pon 0. fl-1tt! 17. i :"ue: a.

I : : co=r?. JOSEPH P"T.L:: : 't' -: 1 chain-. : ''' ) ('!'a'l-. -J-T
(II') and hade far-well! Asia within If tl: '- .J-] : < it .' ; ,
to Countj :
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When from tit! -,%;"-, ?:,I ... Master i r.i t .':IM."*ery sour1 i I.T."S-: 5 a I > .' -, ,i
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.' \ I". I.., r I f' I' :\t;mull ( ,1':1.: \ I r '! i-la-1'>" -I- -,.--. 'I I T B. P. ''W!' _
I! whf }hoi-drib! : w<, have: s;)ent alo it :May coi.ie soiiuiirmi.! .;..:.tia! hijM'er/: ')atJ ;::'' '., ui T. E. B\: ,tS.: "-26. tan, rva" !
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: r1 ; rni-e.l :f-i-" !'on! to ,*. .
I I have been The tun ,1 M-;' .' l'if-,= ('11Il. ,:., ::1.mt's S .: .:-, i
1 :: HMOI.r ; .t'\.11 mo.i; hThj won- I I.It s-pic'ral! : an aUf nap i IH --i'; : : r.n: nee -r': 7", '. nsh -t .,'" i
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: I be 'our; i 1': a 'iti I.1l tar ro'!nr I" >t c'lair-: : "' ; .
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1. .) riulin.ip.K! five tisouths\ and Wi'l ray : ofi'i': ., -f
i-c 1 ,1'c':". :. -trai': !ln) o: .
Dh.gl1iPI;; to ''tear CL.U'hit! NOTICE OF MASTER'S: SALE I' .rn .-p'tn :9. hip! 1 1". rv; ::"
Wm't %>< .. cf L..,l.or Abolished'i i .die riijuji-d! thepcrieuces through P. K. F.: .jJl l a-?'. : IE i iVnder E l': ;. r ... .9 oh.i"-. -. > -' to la1.3. '.:"'.

\ .'<'. I I'.tuT: !!II "\hub i w'itave: ll l't't.; but we can unto! thee! :tp.u, n' I','" If: .r:.. t'. : 'I ( '..1.' (-J"t 'o iof\ b, 'nT'n.- _
Let ho ari.oWh.jn iial<1' 1'a; :. rn : )V,.' irrue of :p .. :. '1 fie '; '
I no'say: : 'L;:ate have fallen in loeWi'li I :>e .t ; r. I Ii x rn" '-. a-,1: : > "oree:: E. S-.i;, .v a
I i I. i I' j i 1.1.i iI i icri-e entere i !Jy rL: ? Hovor'a! I: \\ S [ a--- .: valuat'on': r.ied from ."l
; ,\.iati ic fOil,!l. We have been" : $! '
.
I h tl.rn 1 ii a i: tat >! ie.-. j Now. therefore, the 1 "e a 1''' to ( ( I .ill, Upon thy soul. Gud'a : T<-n 'hain' ;!
c attnngmer: I the Fifth: JudiPial; Ciro"Flor: iv 'rri; and o-rh! on:
? '--li '."-Hit:: tit' i u >tftl iht-! water, unless it was boiled '''d and creditors of said: d ?ccat '!1. north ".le of lot 2. <=. ction I1':. ,'
fall to
cies nslup -
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] ; Ida] on the 1'Jfh day; of July i7.. in ,
ami hale sometimes been to lie anti before this court a; : 17. 2 .
'I' I t.j.! It'rlldBI'j n ( skep- appear; ] I; ransf -22.50 acrea:
deal about th"! moat. The butter has And sorrow glooms thy spirit 'like a i its office in the court house in Oca!.i. I la certain cause pending in tIP: Circuit |i sefl] to H. T. Spooner. heirs of. aaz --

n h4 'I.( \\1'1" nail !II< rind 'I pall: !I Marion county. Florida on the 1'th i Court of Mai ion County. Flor.da: in j I II ,: :valuation raised from $1250 to

a. \i. .I i I W.KIhi that I i ii I not always looked inviting and our With filial fear trust God who loveth : day of September, A. D. 19(+7, and 1 ('hancery'r. rin the City of Ocala j ji J $ ""II/I./

I fondues for cream has not been in- 'hjn and ibere to show cause if anylwy South two-fifths of south half of lot
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...,' i I" ., !?) it.-tgdt| of MaHi all; i: is complainant and Chandler I. Ton
(reared by the sight of the goats driv111 I : have, why the said application 2 and north half of north threefifthsof _.

ttt$' II.. tndone '0 h.1' [ from door to door and milked in Let love arise. should not be granted: or otherwise.the I gue, et al, are defendants;, whereinthe south half of lot 2, section 16, town- '

"I.''' i !,\ > '.>. K4le, of liqunr GOLDEX ROD. same will be granted as prayed. undersigned: ,I was appointed special ship 17. range 24-17 acres assessedto

ratitiai i lie presence of the purchaser. The Witness.:: Joseph Bell. County Judge I E. J. Lytle assessed valuation raised
xt1itli. :.' n.t> rll .\ careful --- master to execute the said decree: <.
bread was not a rival of the Vienna and the seal of the County Judge affixed | from $200 to $500.
f li ri rei Fine Brood Mares j therefore I will offer for sale
( i. i'i'A"i'>'-iiit (iui< jI and i
[ bread and the cooking has not been I at Ocala this 2'>th day of August.A. Commence at northwest corner of

C'ftt\, \ ,,,i<,tijnh, nxmtk a' to the Western standards. But I D. I'j: -t7. JOSEPH BELL will sell for cash to the highest bidder | southwest quarter of section 21, township -

siren.! I. ,1,>'r..t: Aal.onx. Most of up We have just gotten In a car load S-21 County Judge. onMonday 17, range 24, thence east 20chains ?
I the hen-long life to her-has been of the finest brood mares ever brought
i south :20! chains
'tilt", .H ,'t! ( h j.' a all" I nntnt1ltn. September 2nd, A. D. 1907, east 20
our constant friend. When all else to the state and to see them is to ad NOTICEOf chains south 15 chains, west 10 '
> : "'.t. (if It aura at the court house door in Ocala.
I. ?
$$* fctei mire them. We will sell them at
has failed we could fall back upon chains, south 5 chains, west 20 chains,
,. t > i- .,' .t cragthat haves very reasonable prices. Come and and Application for Permit to Sell Liquor Florida, between the hours of eleven north 15 chains. west 10 chains. north
rhe boil' d ('gg't ith a sense of security -
s...1"i i:, t' .'. 1 L.w ants order ook them over atCOBB'S ;. Wines and Beer. a. m., and two o'clock p. m., at public 5 chains, east 10 chains north 3
and a feeling of satisfaction. If'I LIVERY STABLES Whereas. Thomas H. Keating and auction the described chains west 10 chains north 10 f
-I.,t tll : 1" Iht'I't I am not henceforth a poultry fancier xv Ocala: Fla.( Roland L. Keating as copartners doing erty, in satisfaction of said decree ]: chains except south block 2, Stanton
I'i. t'tt' >1.11 : in the technical Sense of the term. I business under the firm name of i: -r<7 1f'res. assessed to F. C. Buffum.

\" It ci-ir' held 1 -- I Thomas H. Rearing & Co.. have filed I to-wit: Southwest quarter of south j i _h"vauat: t'Il raed: from $l-'i
with increase of re-
I shall return an Ii
t-I.1 >. ..1 Brand jur> i with the Board of county Commis- half block 49 Caldwell'!: addition tot I to ?.]lI..tI

i, 'M. ? .t t pit -. t.t.nt I"' (;\I1t'I'! | p' ct for the common, everyday barn- !| BeechNutSliced i M.iners, for Marion County. Florida. I inCity of 0-'ala. Marion County, j -! 1'alf of !l'.' I' ind\ writ h.i'.f; : I 111'01! fowl. There are many differ ;L-jir application: for permit to sell liunciv. 1 Ic" 7 ction .i. ro'n-Mp! 17 r.ui_" Li
.' .. I tl-'t Bliit-M! all II Florida or so much! thereof: :a- may j
I I| ue-S between the East andY- I vines and beer in Election Dis- I -i: ;1. :" '. a>--Mi: 'n. 1 T. C. F! .-m.:.:..

>.: .. i' ID t1l ir at'i-n, 'I III' I Bacon; 'i'iff Xl!. one of said ('ountand I he necessary to t-a'i-fv sail 1 ,lijcr j >ejand i: a ->'d t valua :I. i.oed l lio:.1 ?" ,"
f liiif i !:I > in race cheracteristics..M .
P-II.-I I
-, to Ihi State;: : any citizen of such election cotJOSEPH; -TILL! tI* ; "', I.
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< i11t"I' .'.: 'r nc 's in continues, differences in : .iibtrict! : ohllea''l: if there i i t'I. > tl: ',,, '
.. I i nay : any i. Special[ Ma=:er j ir C.: .vccry! il'-UCf' ( :.t'.o: ?L 1 ,
x .1 I n\ i i i 'auly :i ..I"I'- of life, cf :;:,)\ern".lent, aiul I u; Q :t bfat tb" mtetr.: ; nt"ihe! EOl''.tl II' be I T. E BIC OS. 7-26. I; 711: ;,.. : west I t f -, :at ( 'r' f :' I

I ,! I mi r tin !t.t-hi on Tties.iy! : the :ir day of Se-- i. ,-' ..F' .-t '
:I-..b.i i >nat! vie! all meet a: te! !hna'i\-l; :, glult-r! "I -m'! !H'I" : ..II'
',i,. pfI I 't-'Uh'f l siuh *l.o''ii Compb.mair'= Sv !, .
'. \1"\ '' ut.xt why permit l !I' I ,ua !I. t ; -: :,' 17.; :la-r.::
i.i-' !a\--th.; f&j. like 'a tcuch( ol!
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I h 't. tt, t ,h I: It I II '' .7. :. r't he gra:1t.>.L S. T. SISTRUXK.C'i. V- .' ---1: f4'pt to ; '..' on !, :'I: I':. ,r-

", Ii.ll"r- !'IC.' '. th' wholeorl.i l.iu' :.I : :.. -c tha H ki i'-i! i o::' C )tmi C-m- NOTiCE! t.:.,.: f'er. ""I 11' :, ,\aiu'h. ,;-'; ;a.' "_,
\ ht. di I .
I t \ !:,.!a! 'aliforn'.an.: .-_ ". __ ,-::\.J ni?-.L! .nerJi.i'.ou County. F'ori-ia. I .. ". toV E Fnut.. a---- i iI

I ',: j I, r.j .ea f:: .'. ;; fill to 3"n:"
c- J i ; ':App-caticn:: for Tn.: "TIT!
: NOTICE ; :
1 I \.l > '.t' 111 \ ( 'Iu'n--' : ) _: r': \\t !: _. 1" .,
i Tne Munroe & Chambliss Bank \. \1""
( j Section :. of CL-.rii'-r tv-- laws .. '. '" '
f :\f'! t ri ii' '
t 'ii ai ilL' 111"' t1< "i1 :1.:
.J' 1, :. :. U'.';"riscotnlius; t.i.la\ II Ii Of ,\4i-'ici'tion: | : for P :':i it to Sell Linii. I| of Fcr.a! ::: !::_, :_: 1. U'Ih r: .,,"I 'lain"C r .ItI'

1-1" "t I ijti-i' : tI.I! : : n'i"it"; m-t.ii: oJ't t tli": ii.cor.oration: ofj ; )'iri /? .--:>. Wind.ui, Br.. .,I Xo'ice is !iuTf-hy ::i\'--n t. < .T. L ;;-... .ol.til I-; ( '..aina'rt' _-. "- _

.. '.,' .' -I' !"i..1r ii i- : /A I II 1i:"re.iG.. D. Lrsan !ha- tHt'.jrb .. .
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; 'tjA.' i 'f | i i 1\'\. ..UiiurotChamldiss, Bank un i iI i I ParK [ I ::: t ;: ;h. -1 10 1: i1'.t t
j '. ; r. purchaser ft: T..A; ;I' :Fear
I thBoar'] ; If ( C 3iimiiiiiiei
< )tUty > i. TOOH'I'
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,- ; 1 I. n.oslifr ; h ; I \'ail; : ; t. ;',-
\ It- tii., siiu-ial ball ng at tf tht : : ': 1'"" Mar.nii (Count: Florida; bis a1:':>!lii : Xo. ::7;: dated the 1;:; fcs: or .T "le. A i ii i -'r. ;1-" fr1} ;':r:., ',;.0'.
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t till
i i 'I Th I-t.i'". \. ith a paid in capital! if $;a'i )".' i 1 T-7'tf'IV; 1 'rivi, t T peiu.it t to "c-1"; ;j'FI'rs.,1:1":; i!, '-,. lq""v. has filed' saM, c--it.{ '. ate in ,Ii t1':' "" n l. E'1-jj. .. .: 1-:: a,',',. ,. .t '

"' utnk! iia1I : i i II'. There will be ab,:,..luly] ll' i ;i 4i .. -- ;ai'.i: here. in n'efi-: Di-? rlct: Xo. ote.11.i i, "iy off.ce and has n,ade application! ;, -, ,. ,.: tp Ai"x.1r'. 1 I,'(" a=-f' -- ', ,:1. '

.' t'!> ftV ,,1. I ,"f -. County and State ; any ciz.en: .It ,. .
< tllmmagenll.nt or policy ;\ f II 4L'swa' ::1'-: : 1ucrFasl ta!:I'' $_I" I'J I ;;
in
!h.tnu. zap : for tax deed to issue in accordant'i '
I l i/. f o/t.I\i IIJJ' l ll.Jj'i ;.: IV"" n! Wd District: show : :::: ill '
,1:, ti.-i I :nd to aura '" II: -"cii Election may a yes: III.rii'r: eorI1.r I- 1.
heretofore conduct :! :: ,
>t the business as i \h: law. Said certificate embrace
.11.1 i .' !ni.i i "hi- fill,. .1 I :-;) ;wf' gI.g:' t 1 J :t::1 f, : ar.s-e: if allY there be. at the meeting I j s: ciion 16. town-!!:.l! 17. ran? \ ajsessed -
I', d I. The only reasons for a formation P' .1' l 'i. r '. 1 I f the Board! to be heon! : T'!": *, a\'. I'he following described property sit- to GeoraE.; Snow a--- -. 1 "

I'1.\ i iH r muilu t't oi'i a corporation are to provide p,>rpeination i l!t l t rail; UII. .. : ; t turf; III i, ; !IH :Jrl day of Septeml-er nexr. why uated in Marion county Florida, to- valuation raised from $loon to 25W.

a-nr'! -. i 111 l.*ft .ih I 1.'mihoutd not frj sranted.: Commence :29 rods south
,u n : of the bank in the case 0: ; wit: South half of northeast quarterof 18 1-4 degrees -
\ .' :' .. s sum re.ill'tt Tastes as good as it looks.-.and it S. T. SISTRUXK! west of northeast corner of lot ;
aff.
and!
I t4 death in the partnership to I' northwest
,.r as best looks very good. A delicious break- i Clerk of th1 Board of Co'inry Commis- quarter and southeastquarttl' 1. section 17. township 17. range 21,
.121.
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> .1 n i .'rd! an opportunity to give an inteit :"- fast dish of great food value, wholesome !bioners.: Marion t'o mty. Florida. 5>-2 of northwest quarter section south S4 3-4 degrees east 43.28 rods

.ht i : n I' u. >c all: childrenlu ? in the institution to the employe all the 'rcund..Try the I ;;JO, township 14, south range 22. south :2 1-4 degrees, west 17.28 rods

.. >* ., iu. \ ,: not follow in who have so long and faithfully worked "Beech-Nut"-it's year different. NOTICEOf ast-56.43 acres. The said land being north 77 degrees. west to lake north

t.M.-l"|" of its business. i I | with lake to point west of commencement '
Ifat '
T lit in the upbuilding Application for Permit to Sell Liquors ; assessed at the date of the issu
east to point of
tbat tflh beginning, assessed -
If, -.It 1-1\.1. M! K.litor. small way in
in
Beginning a very Wins and Beer. ance of such certificate in the name to Mrs. X. K. Broward, assessed

%' t tut"" 'ttunU of *i>ur count wererarffui' the hardest of times this bank has 0. K. GROCERYCLARK Whereas Harry J. Precht has filed of unknown. Unless said certificate valuation increased from $500 to ,I

: ':"111, .u.-r the you will dud been so managed as to be of great with the Board of County Commissioners shall be redeemed according to law | $6+10. -

thai stmt'! ... All of the worst crime service in the upbuilding of this city BROS., Props., Ocala Fla.. t plication for :Marion for permit County,to Florida sell liquors his ap- tax deed will issue thereon on the I I Fractional part of lot 3. section 6,
township 17 24-3
be range acres, assessed
nMuuiim ,i m W.n'oI1' county can and sectionIt is no longer a small I Phone 174.The. i \\ ;nes and beer in Election District 26th day of August. A. D. 1947. to Woodrow and Martin, raised .

tra..'I| t. the liquor traffic. May thegum concern, and is recognized throughout. ----- ---- -- ---- '' Xo one of said County and State: any Witness my official signature and 1 from $200 to $400.

( v"w* itf Vartoo rise in their the state as one of the best managedand i'citizen i of such Election District may seal this the 24th day of July A. D.I I Fractional part of lot 3, section 5,

f ni'.K'.t! J,4 hantnh the liquor traffic most successful. An evidence of !!i ilhW cause of the if any Board there to be be held at the on 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK. township 17, range 24-8 acres, assessed -
meeting to Mrs. M.
i Mary Xeely raised ,
from h,'r httl'lj..rli and thereby relievethem its standing among other banks is the Marion[ Tuesday the :3rd day of September Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. from $100" to $tOO. .,

3' ; ,.*.!h' !. of the. fearful cootequencet recent election of Mr. Munroe to the I next why such permit should not be 7-26 By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C. Fractional part lot 3, section 6, .

thai acend us ..alUnX.. presidency of the State D.mkers'.0 I Dunnell'\ Be-t: Hln l. !I srranted. S. T. SISTRUXK. I township 1 i. range 24-5 acres assessed -
) W. WILLIS Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners NOTICEOf to D.V.. Davis raised from

elation. Marion County Florida. 8-2 [ $:]nrt to $500. i
DUNNELLON FLORIDA
West half of south half of lot 8
section
Increase in Assessed Valuation of
UNMVC ORANGE GROVE Things That Can be Done by Peculiar NOTICEOf Property for Taxes, 1907. 1, township 17, range 23-20

PeopleAn : acres assessed to heirs of R. Bullock :
Xotice is the
hereby given to own-
Wildmofd. Florida, ta not to wild armless girl in England sews Hates 1.5u to 5;.jll per day, Application for Permit to Sell Li PfS or agents of the owners of the i assessed valuation raised from $100 ,.
quors, Wines and Beer. to $250.

M H. naatr intplto. but rather a qut- with the needles held between her Whereas, the Carmichael and Son lands hereinafter described that the Lot 6, except :fit) feet east and west ,

UtU .MIWCHM with toM Under Sew ManagementRefurnished Co., have filed with the Board ol Board of County Commissioners of by 57s! feet north and south in southwest
M. Marion County Florida at its =
prafWMite regular
tell how County Commissioners for Marion corner of section 12
Throughout.
in France can township
blind boy
A held in Ocala Marion
and a meeting ,
| .tor., ptea..nt home vehicle County, Florida. their application for 17. range :23! -3S acres assessed to
in a --
,, row.r. who are many people are passing permit to sell liquors wines and beer County. Florida on Wednesday Au Carney Investment Company t
K.abt*
assess
few (.fcNi color of tl.\ horses.A Porter Meets all Trains, said gust 7. 19*)7. sitting for the purpose of "
the of
for rain to a11 and give in Election District Xo., ,one ed valuation raised from $700 to E
-n'ly waiunic! \ equalizing the assessment of taxes
.Ia lad In New Orleans writes a beau- County and State; any citizen ot suchElection $1500.

Vh-ni! happy But WlWwooi Ui one band with the pen held between w> Solicit a share of the public District may show cause if for 1907 made the following increasesin 2 3-4 chains north and south oa
mile tiful the valuation of the following
,,,ill end -autiful pot two any there be. at the meeting of the north side of lots 7, S, section 12.
which .be is'be his teeth.A patronage. Board to be held on Tuesday, the 3rd lands. to-wit : 17 :23
M,,::1" ..I tbt- \ HlM*. of who lost Xortheast of northwest township range -11 acres, as-
4 and "eetura or- boy in Vicksburg Miss., day of September next why such permit quarter sessed to Carney Investment Company -
M.manli section 7. township 13, range
I".f quarter
accident walks h mileor should not be granted. assessed
feet in an valuation raised from
Juhnsos uprin-- both Mrs. Kilpatrick Prop. :21-10 acres. assessed to A. W. P.
au l(. .m,eD. T day. 8-2 S. T. SISTRrNK.Clerk $200 to $500.

"-,..,,'u' and ..eral mana.er. This more on his hands Ireland every who can Dunnellon. Fla. of the Board of County Commissioners Tongue, valuation increased from Part of lot 9 bounded north by Fra-
Dublin. $20n to $400.Southwest+ .
a. co titalns 7bn acres 01 orange A girl In Marion County, Florida. zier's lot, east by half section line
true of northwest
is MM to be neither read nor write, can do any quarter south by lands of Porter and Archibald -
and trsiwtrultawls and quarter and 210 feet north and south
before her in arithmetic by west by Little Lake Weir section -
the la..t' rove IB tn. world. \\1tetb. um set NOTICEOf NOTICEOf by 420 feet east and west in southeast 12 township 17. 23-12 1-2
I of northeast of southwest range
U certainly mental process. corner quarter
?r thug u trw or DIt!. It acres assessed to Carney Investment
Island
a
and lbe mewt'UaI..4 At a barbecue in Rhode Application for Permit to Sell LI- Application for Permit to Sell Liquors I I quarter of southwest quarter, Company assessed valuation increased -
Florida. II
the tocfrtt iu boy climbed the greased Wines and Beer. Wines and Beer. 1 section 7, township 13. range 21-42 from
)
aft oaeleRsjed quors $3fM to $500.
lad intrrerltn.. (oJ.t. Wine Rooms' assessed to H. W. Tate. raised I i
Ocala House acres
a silver dollar, when Whereas Ocala House Wine Room Whereas. Lots 1 and 2 and west threefourthsof
.;" 1o, hsi I .. I1t..r bad a plow or pole anti won could get near the by H. Williams, Manager, has filed by H. William Manager, has tiled from $21:)) to $tJt(. lot 4, section 13. township 17, range

lu'a'.r ..f an> Wind onside ol Its no two-legjed boy with the Board of County Commissioners with the Board of County Commis- j East quarter and northwest quarter 23-ICO acres, assessed to Carney Investment -

for Marion County Florida sioners for Marion County, Florida. ,, of northeast quarter and northeast
Pound assessed valuation
top
had ow Company,
brt..d xw' has never
liquors of northwest and west
for to sell j quarter
permit quarter
its application for permit to sell linuors. its application raised: from $1500 to $!500.
I f.. In i* salt to pTodue beer Election Dis- and southeast quarter of
of r -r and yet Eczema wines and beer in Election wines and in quarter The Board of County Commissioners -

,' it.arKe.t parentage of fancy' of those suffering with District No. one of said County and trict Xo. one of said County and southwest quarter and southwest]. will meet on Monday, the 2nd day

fruit m. a< .....t.5 pr cent of For the good other such trouble. I wish State; any citizen of such election district j State: any citizen of such Election :quarter of southeast quarter section l'l'1.t I of September 1907. for the purpose of

I of mature eczema or wife had somethingof I may show cause if any there be. i District may show cause, if any there township 17. range 20-450 acres, I hearing any reasons why the valuation -
I brunt. Not a forest ttwr to say that my the Board be I the meeting of the Board to be assessed to Dunnellon Phosphate .
using the doc I at the meeting of to be at fixed by the board shall be changed. -
after
l 1' vise s- '"-."t' Mat ht*, neither watt that kind and some time concluded held on Tuesday the 3rd day of September -]!( held on Tuesday. the 3rd day of September Company raised from iSM to $tclhl. .
for
n.p. .\ i I.' .in the r"unt. an > tors' remedies Salve andit next why such permit should ': next why ;s'v' -h hermit: 5ho'l d Northeast quarter and eat half off
to try Chamberlain's d. S T. SISTRl'XK. nnrth\\'..- '1'lart.:1: :.': "a-* half ofsutihFa Th > I'.ih::: day of Ans est.14ii7..
.. S. T SISTRUN'K be zrant'
Ih., .-i! t tn, 1 Irrr !tall'" better than anythingshe not be granted not .
"p. proved to be Coun'v ronnaissioners. ; ". ---r" : .1i township S. T. SfSTRfXK.! : Clerk
Commissioners Clerk f The B>'ar' '> gtart
llantllllaCu : For sale by all drug Clerk of the Board of County \:I ) : '
a"d' t'tlr ; bad tried x Marion County Florida. S-2''I'> ?'lF"l1 iouny. F'or' >u -2: ge1': : a.:"". a-;e sed :o >.V: By H D. Palmer. D C.

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tion to excel and sever before were 94WIYVW.
W$444A6d
CROOM PROTECTING :Le rewards so sure. But i it is threxperience cd

of the observing man :in

ofice and store and factory, field an : r

THE STATE TREASURY :,!up, in a word the employer of boy Thos. He Keating'ia

--- !i,. and young men that we are not turning
out enough of that kind of matt-r,

Not Money Enough to Meet AppopiationsThe Next Governor -:ial from our homes and: schools.: To 1

put in the time and draw the pay.

Not Yet Announced:: The Administration Off (i Whether it has been fay: : earned or

:c t. is too often the sordiJ a!:1 the: & CompanY
For the Ever lades.:::
jny] purpose, and the youth of high

conscience: and fine ambition) who isalways

Written Expressly for the Ocala: Banner by Miss Jefferson Bell ;: honest :.n fiducarta'ions: : Successors to Strauss & Co S

I! painstaking: anScient>i : :n L.s work.
Tate. F".a: Aug. -; -Final The Ward of cuntrol is anxious to ,' I
'a"0- i in.rro'1..nd excel and quaify !- '.
the inn- build a dormitory at the Female College :
,, were conducted by ,
tari ga ,; himself f'J. y- higher tasks ta 1i i

rt1 d.'lLg contusion this week and to replace the one f troyed" b:: ;i come: to i.e: the ex ?ption to the: rJ-. '

the commizeion. accompankl !'.y Governor fire !last Christmas, and which is ab- l, Alas= that: ;it sod:: ; be so! For if l'vJHOlESAlE LIQUOR DEALERS

Broward and Comptroller;: outrly; necessary to the: college. i; this degeneracy in moral fiber is no

S ('.:;:.cki'd we w':::: ho-e; in vain for that
Ft. Lauder-
I'rom Triradty for
';rt'a South we have hen predicting:
: work of the dredg- .' Fortified wrh; a ruling of the attorney .
di'r :indiv. li&l '
1 powerful in 'y;'t:: s rong'
i i'serchubrr g-rcera: :. Comptroller Croon:
r- I ",1. in its high 1.\.1. of special.zei effi- Florida
in launches has stood firm in his position under Ocala
Tbfroru i--, <.t to go
CEand; in
: abouncr.ig i an easr: ani'noble ,
..I.-.nto the Everglades, this law, and has turned down all iv1 :- manhood noboastful :in emp-

r,-turIhe :. ;4:' Dj Prt quisitions not current expenses of the jty i words but able 10 how the; work

.. } I .'. .rrnorJrnn payable ou: of the { WHISKEY.
: n. government genera i CASE
"yin testimony! its n.erit. This: a'.arm-: < RYE WHISKEY.
.. '"mE' -. :.' r f \gri- revenue f-ind. E\>:n those inconvenienced -+! SPECIAL FOUR
| i'I ng falling o5 is i.y :.o means entire.i ito ?"r 'J";: Per Qt. 2 -..-..
'. .. w.-r ... .1.. those by his rulings have .
i-ul'i : : "; i the South. . '
trrtf' :. iht :. .--."C.. The '; been forced to admire the manner in I : but :-; apparent"in ai'spar :: I-ir; t.Fk Rye : :, '::. ::, :, : ;' QUART OFFER E-ie:: Isle . . . . $ .7 S

..... I :? of tbt- cour'ry.: and tu !'\1oC'i\ K-y; .. ..* . . . : : : -. of Kentucky ... . ,'S
Arco .L co : :"-1'ork i which Mr. Croom met tfce assaults on UWn"! on your employer? to do-Ice:: lay : ;..t:.:'.__ .._.;:1'.<: . . .. -" :" ., King .. . . '
iii a! wrrk2 .:: : ::."- j'l IIDD..- :..- r ,j-.tion. "A still strong man In'au' bor.0 L.e CabinKeltir.e's . . . . 3.<:!>": FOR $2.90e Uncle JoeStrauss .. . . .: "J
sneer at fine integrity; = and . . . 3.>' Royal ReserveOld 'J .
.. '. ,'-work :. :. land describes 'him well. I Pride .. . . .
IIIIJII : I : ; . n-. '.' :Maryland Rye 'J
conscientious: : nde'ii'y :: lacki . . '
to {
trust t ;
J M--! ei-i.?
I : 1
grain \\ will > expressprepaid . . ... '"
Lttr.S i 1' resolution of the board of Old Harvest Corn
S ;.l.'r
r ..<1r1I : r:: ; a I
:
or f-" i pride: in vocation to Ur.' -: J't; } fnii 1 u'rt.f . . _
: your say nothing: . . . . .' II Pilgrimage . . :
I .:.n-jivd; the following! statement of!iof widespread: ir.c-iiapeteacy::: ani in-1; r P.r..T.age: H:1.l . . . . 5.U1"i Cascade . . . . : -!
WI :.' iv with -:. .-nra t'I I -'inutrd receipts and disbursement i efficient methods! : : . . . . ;)..:. STRAUSS I X L White oak . .. . . .._.
: has become -
;so; corn :::: rata" It! .
.. . . . :.:
I --'- Fern HillStrauss' . .)
..-g.slati r- 'r. 't no I cLi.u : The general revenue fund from .
nun i I'I'M".m ram |! awn that not to do thee things, isi I Ii CORN WHISKEY.Tr.r.rsee FOR S3.50nan 76 .. .. .. . ....'J
\ d. T.:. '. .y Unless: A':!!:;,,t 1. 191+7. to July :Si. ISMS.Ta.t i ; ; Corn .$1.50 : Oscar Pepper (not in bonao'io :.: Il
I frequently: be : 1:75: Old /
very : to derided as a : ;, .
: w ., the report ..,:. I'2; mills on"at I N rr. Carolina Corn We will: + send express planters' . . . . :. .)
(10" "sucker": by "the gang.Ve ,don't S:._:'""v:; e Corn :
: of Scotch . '.
(If .::..>?i.ju there is hardly ne'rutl of $145,1'| 4|./1.111 . .$29ft/M'"-tin, like to talk this; way. but there is no M .\ir.tain Corn -..: .. .... .. ..., .. .. s f!nrJ;., prepaid 4 full quarts ':'Black Vernon and White. .. .. .. . :..'_...

( warrant an extra session. General license: tax. . :3()+(?.flit/lull i logic: so conviclng as that which i i/-i: Harvest CornGIN..\ ST2AUSS ROYALEESEKYE GIN. '

I Ins. Co's. License tax. 26.a+"'*.""+
comes through the testimony: of daily: } +Gn n. . .. .. . .|1.5_i Per Qt Et::>.
Th governor has made two ap- Ins. agents' license tax. i6/ (la, i observation, and i if we are not aroused Tvr.: Gn . . . l.T". --- .
tOUI1IDetlU since his return from his Ins. Co's. premium tax. 71,0t"."(' H..':tar... Gin . . . . '} ;ii-;( : L)ndon Dock Gin . .. . .S.l ";,
l j to the danger it will find us unpre- ':rn: GinPcrfrv . . ... . ';;..'I FOR 53.-:0 Tom Gin . .. . ii.)
vacation, that of George W. Geiger So. Ex. Co's. license . 3, 511.iN/ ,i| pared. The Manufacturer's Record' tnGin.; . ... .. 30'1':
1 vice W I will !send 4 full! qt. . . ; B
louoty Judge of Clay county License tax on railroads. 21/MMi.tw.j I i is standard RUM. Phosphate Gin .1.
Southern
Judge Bardin deceased and X. B. Tel. Co. license. . &()(I.iltl> I i its a editor is in close authority.and for ',' -s :.:.gland! Rum .. . S2.50: OLD Booth Tom Gin . . . l.\t )
constant
treasurer vice Ira Telephone license. . 20.:' Ja::.. : a-Rum.- . ,3.00 MALT WHISKEY.
lv county
j I[ touch with every feature of Southern J ; HARVEST COM
BRANDY. Per B r.tle.:
Qt.
;
removed account of tax and license 1.511(1.l1ill I :
Thompson, on Sleeping car
t I! life Read what it says: Blackberry: !Brandy . . .$1. JTht best< goods to bAt Duffy's Pure Malt . .. . till
shortage of H6. her of county appointments pending from Comptroller. . 2)''l.u111" | officer of :' Peas Brandy . . . 3-"y' 1Calif'rnia SWEET GOODS. I
every great corporations . .. :3.00 1.
9.'VMi.O! I Cognac : Per sal.! "
to All vacancies<< caused recently by Ei. of tax sale certificates ij such railroads FOR 56.00
as : and and
telegraphs:
The old adage Int. certificates. 37/nVi.O" i ; WINE.' Peach and Honey "a" grade .L...l
on tax :
death and resignation.
i every man who employs boys and Caawaba Win . . 51.50 VVt will send Ipre 's Peach and Honey "aa" grade _"*.'f:"''l
that none resign and few die no longer Corporation charter tax. .5t+(H J.("++j men, and nine out of ten will tell'l you Pert Wine . . . . 1-30 prepaid< 4 full} quarts of Rock and Rye :"a" grade . 1:0.. }
,
holds good in Florida politics. The Tax on commissions. . 2.0+!0.et1:; ? :\.",- : . Rock and Rye "aa" grade . 2 ,'.< )
I that every year finds employes Iesswilling srtv wTJ5 /:: 1STRRUSS S Fiaousr . .
. . Orange BrandyBar.ar.a . . : ioi
number bf positions made vacantwithin Sale of fertilizer stamps. S'M.MKU'M'j . ErarJv" "M-,
and less able: to work with !;::; >i P--rt Win: 4 tir '
the put six months in Florida Sale of feed stuff stamps. 15/"".n.on | less sense of responsibility and a de< ;'_; :- ; S-rry W.r.r 4 c,' 76" RYE A,r..:>! Err. '.y : : :, : :: : : .', S

greatly exceeds any period of that Automobile tax, etc. . 2.,)"Mi..I""j!. terioration. especially: :: of boys: whichis >

within the past three years.
length
of the
one most serious proh'em-:
S Total . . . .$S76,65'"u'Mi j before this
country. In any g-op: often
Although from the outside there is Disbursements Thos0s
i boys taken on an average any eating 1 }
apparently no new developments in Outstanding- !; where we doubt whether there will!

the political situation. especially as Warrants Aug. 1. 19''7. .$ 55,4<'.7.1G be over one in the :lot who by l honesty

concerns the candidates for the gubernatorial Gen. appropriation bill. 51.5S3.:::
and faithfulness
to work and a realization
nomination, there will Com. to investigate I. I. F. lu>,tV',t : Ocala Florida
of his responsibilities deservesto -
probably be a popular announcement Auditing Ind. War claims. 3.tM u'"';''J : $ ,
succeed. Every well r.-gula-rf! office -
early in October. That there will be Teachers' summer training ,
is forced dismiss five for
-o hors;
.. a candidate to take the place of Mr. schools-------------- 4/I(lII.M. ;; i
one it keeps if it would maintain the
Jennings in the campaign is a fore- Trav. expenses teachers attending "AA.N>oAAAA/v.A AAANV\AAA,, .;v fI.
right tone and character of irs; em .
gone conclusion. No announcement summer training: j
ployes. Fifteen years ago this wa;: ,
has been received with any schools--------------: .'i1a."(. i I I
made
:
yet .. ... ."..
not so. The thoughtful men of today which Tr.rA&: j : / : \ .
enthusiasm and the man who will be Geological . 7.5f'0"+"j j .. "
survey kbWAkKNIGHTMARTJN
.
fr.-n. aof !
who come in touch with the boys after 1 tract r.y; iuia-y: '-t.- HA '

the next governor of Florida has not Examination of banks. . 2,7i(-"t,(lil' they leave :school are profoundly i in the Sa,'ar..ah Morning! N-\\ >. i I.;

yet announced. * '. J e; Salary asst. state auditor. 2,5i(1.pt'< 'i I concerned about this condition, to ]must ask you to reprint the corr':ie-1 l '

Trav. ex. aud. and asst. 1.4"1'' '! which the school teachers of the land I.?extract which is as follows: i:

Straws point to John X. C. Stock- Board of Control, current 1; seem largely oblivious."-Live Oak "Gettysburg was one battlefield on !: EJ r eB0 e I

ton or W. J. Bryan as the strongest expenses------------ 85.355.5" 1! Democrat. which both armies got tired of fighting

t Slbilities. Mr. Stockton's ambition "" ,. __,.,; '. I ij and quit. While Meade held: the: .

t t to go to the United States senate S753.75.661Balance ; SOME INTERESTING CONFEDERATE -! 1 field. it was Lee's good fortune -o
.
tI,
-' COAt
and his desire to again try conclusions I HISTORY :march away unmolested fb any extent '

with Senator Taliaferro may . . .$122,674.34; I IAFprarriations I i.i'' in perfect order and cross o\-r .

keep him from offering for governor. Not Enumerated asj I I In your issue of Monday you pub-i: ;j into Virginia. My opinion may EM : o the T. \S'. S-iiith K i'( 'd. ( >M,
Mr. Bryan has the same ambition Current Expenses lished the death 11;I be worth much but I count his #-;c. OCALA FLORIDA
I a press telegram on : ,
that Mr. Stockton has nurtured for Governor's mansionhidrl.i' i i of Hon. Hiram Parks :Bell, of Cum-;
years. Either would be acceptable to Uniform system of public 1 j 1 1 tie as the greatest military fea: or Come and see us when in need of anything in

the mass of men who would have supported I schools-------------- 65,0+jn.i"r' I 1 ming, Ga.. as the last surviving member ,the: war. And ignorant sectional writers : the
of
Mr. Jennings. Of the two perhaps State aid for pub. schools. 6t .i,0'V il of the Confederate Congress. who belittle Gen. Johnston's ?access i' t way

Mr. Bryan would have the better Further aid to pub. schools 4tUMW" ; which is misleading. He was it is.,! < and prolonged: retreat btf.irGen. o 0

chance of election as Mr. Stockton Appropriations for schools i iI;I true. Georgia's: last congressman, but1! : Sherman are not students of p.litary Farming Implements

has made many bitter political enemies under charter 53S1 acts j history. Although Sherman i i- J
Florida still has a sole survivor in
during the years he has been of 1905 nearly ready for I 'lauded to the skies" for his famous''march ; Wire Fencing ,

In politics who would wage relentless distribution. . . 50.ftftQ.Oft i Col. John M. Martin of Ocala; Virginia to the sea" it is clear ::L.u ; ,

I war on him. althouh- he has a formi- Chickamauga monument 15."''+r Wi has two Judge Roger A. Pryor : Johnston is entitled to the honors fur ,; Stoves Pumps
1
/ tfable following! of friends all over the Fla. state mid-winter fair. 15.00uj i and Hon. John Goode; Alabama hasil i ]his masterly backward mO\' nknt5. ': c s

elate. West Fla. Fair Assn. . 4.')JI.fJt+ ') Guns
two, I think. and also Tennessee, Ken. !. j'successful up to Lee's surredner. | Ammunition
Either would make a large sacrifice Relief of J. J. Fitzgerald et I tucky and Mississippi have one each. -Sidney Herbert, in Orlando Star : ,

'. to make the race both of business al DeFuniak. . . 3.40r'/J 'i j ]Reporter. J Sash Doors
Justice J. A. P. Campbell (supreme i
And political ambition. Mr. Bryan Lock at Lake Hicpochee. 25.0(+!)ft' I ,
court retired of Mississippi: has the
las a law practice easily worth tent Bd. of Control buildings. 400.000.00!! HAD AN AWFUL TIME ![
honor in his advanced old age, ofj i I Blinds Paint
.. besides which the 0 et :.
thousand a year, I .
!being the sole survivor of all the congressmen '
salary of five thousand paid to the $692,400.00 But Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
who signed the Constitution
t is f Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him j In fact
of Florida a mere bagatelle.
: governor I of the Confederate States of America. j F everything usually carried in a first-
that I .
"It is with pleasure give you
Mr. Stockton's business operations The board of control was finally authorized
'. which was signed on February S, 1S61. j it;his unsolicited: testimonial. About a''':, class Hardware Store.Knight
; are< on a much larger scale than to make contracts to the, .
only by the Alabama, Georgia, South'I rear ago when I had a severe case
:, i 3lr. Bryan's. amount of $12.ooO+ for improvements i Carolina. Mississippi and Louisiana i ()f measles I got caught out in a tar >
at the Female College, to meet April ] ain, and hte measles settled in r..y : iJ G Bm ..
and later (March 21 the ] e
\. congressmen. awful
Ip i
bowels. I
and had
stomach an
The board of control met here thisweek 1. 19'iS' and to expend at the FemaleCollege ;
I Texas members were permitted to[ time. and had it not been for the! use .
and held sessions, seeking of an addi-
lengthy for the purchase
,I sign. The convention became the iof Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera< and /Vl i
t ; ways and means around the restrictive tion to the campus and for necessary Provisional Congress without any I j Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have; = / ft i- CO. '

; clause of the act of the leg improvements at the University at (possibly lived but a few hours longer, till
? senate. until February IS, 1862. '
islature that has tied up all legisla- Gainesville the sum of $2<\)()O. of I j but thanks to this remedy I am n,+w
; 1 Florida was represented in the convention strong and well. I have written: the j' -
tive appropriations that are not current which $16.500+ ( will be payable prior to I or the Provisional Congress. [above through simple gratitude andI --- ---- -----.- -- .- .-="'

3 1 f expenses of the state govern January 1. 190, and $3500 payable j by James Patton Anderson and JamesB. shall always speak a good word for --THK-:

ment. prior to October 1, 190. this remedy."-Sam H. Gwin. Con
I Owens, and Jackson Morton and
Under this act no contracts could Under the act of the legislature.making cord Ga. For sale by all druggists. x
I Geo. T. Ward and John P. Sanderson.But .
be made unless, the hoard of commissioners appropriations, the board of I
in the first, or permanent con I Her Intenticns \
of state institutions have authorized control has an appropriation of $.Hll'V.1.1tlt Mortal Hardware
I. gress. Judge Augustus E. Maxwell I "I would not think of accepting a ) ConpijyHEADQUARTERS r
i such contract hy stating that 0rt for buildings!: of which only $32.jOnii 1 ,and Judge J. M. Baker were senators, )
' there: : would be money in the treasuryto is available .?fore October 1. j L ring from a man whom I did not intend
and James B. Dawkins and Robert B.
I'I't meet such contracts when due.WHAT'S H ""'. JEFFERSON BELL. j to marry." said the fair girl with
i Hilton and John M. Martin were rep-

t I ;resentatives. In' the second congressthe the limpid eyes."I \f

, same. senators served but therepresentatives suppose then" replied her
THE MATTER: WITH OUR : with flattering platitudes and gener'alities I American Wire
were Robert B. Hilton Fencing
i BOYS I friend, "that your father paid for all +
: and glowing figures of Southern 1 and SL George Rogers.I "
i for the is the gems you are wearing. Sash Doors and
t progress emergency think that Anderson and Ward and Blinds

I Southern papers might well drop I upon us and in none of these platitudes St. George Rogers and John M. Martin "Oh no. I really intended when I .

i tee monotonous and not highly profi- | and generalities and figures do I Ii also served in the Confederate accepted these to marry the gentlemen. Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,

table discussion of party politics and i i we find the facts to allay the disquiet- army for a time. The death of Senator But one never clings to an in- Mill

candidates that are and candidates I ing fear that our boys are not getting 1 Maxwell left Senator Geo. G. Vest and Mining Supplies
tention long when one is putting in .
: that be, and give the thus | the kind of
> may space right educatino either at I(then a U. S. senator from Missouri) "

} occupied and more, too to a much I; home or in"school, to equip them for the sole survivor of the Confederate the time at summer resorts. -Wasliington Turpentine Snpplies, ,

I more momentous question. That i] the stern tasks ahead of them if we senators. Maxwell, however served Herald.

I i, question is to arouse the youth of the I are to develop our own South and two: full terms, but Vest came up, asa Improved Farming Tool*

South to some proper conception of i reap the harvest of our own opportu- representative, to the senate by "Everybody Should Know"

t the mighty Industrial era upon nities. Never in all our history was ippointment 1S63. says E. G. Hays a prominent businessman GET OUR PRICES
I on January 12 of Bluff Mo., "that Bucklen's Arnica '
; which we have now entered and I there such urgent call for high standards rhese are historical facts worth pre- Salve Is the quickest and surest

r whose opportunities will be largely among our boys and young men serving.As; healing salve ever applied to a sore.

lost to us if tho young men of this .i for strong equipment of integrity, you were kind enough to copy burn or wound, or to a case of piles.
section not educated to meet self-reliance I've used it, and know what I'm talk- Marion
are up j[ fidelity to trust, thoroughness rom
an escaarse, a very complinentary about." Guaranteed by Tydin Hardware
It. It Is no time to tickle ourselves efficiency and high ambi-. Ing Company
1I .: ; I I I:: mention of my work, in & Co. druggists. 25c. I .





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vo\. d.1f 1 i ;..,.II ,- .:;. ahuoi.. l lI yA t 1tVlIO'PAYS FOR YOUR PRINTING ? rn

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t l, av. allot '1,1':1.; ; rina\:: .1!, I Poor printing ;s: a detriment to art ta

Illi'-t Wi. ill the InS'ul'e setilOer "II business an ". iar. unprofitable investor ) C r

1\\ -,.ll.un. st-.ta hundred n..1- J- :).".. Poor" bniriLg ..- usually
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lion p .!.'.- :'U ".\-U!,t -.t pllO-pLol 1! I' { nry n paid tor twice user 'i\ t.rI: ?uu settle I'll

add tri !t. :n i.o\"-i! \ -: \ Y".lr froi '.' ..\ with! the printer, andicin u,,: the inj -

M>.i ut tnt I 1.:1"1: S.t rem; the (-t 1'l; l)) 'irj" it does your litaL raa.: tn

of cerea.- and u! L., \ .:;,'j! drat' ; -

ai ouf i.i.: --n POUL,!- .r. acre or (-.. { 1
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realsWt. f-u-lve ,.
: : puss:! .s an aortra ;

< r '. maintain; .i.t' tern'/x!': .' o: 11 ..

(Ill ,.111' :. ;'..:- \a>t an 'M/ jf ; h.rial .- -;, ..

n..r.t 1.1:. uiuat -'''! 'at-r or la i Irrtururr .... j" GOOD PRINTING PAYS FOR ITSELF I rn j

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; tot In ";try: t.ines: thi- :t..da :

,, > m !1"1:' a'taih.-l 1 !>:> allowing\ ; ;..- t

fields 'o ;,e fallow:' a' I .-.;;ular it:r,-r- m .

\ala.1 stt tKi' t th.- Ua MM. pHXe,;,;es ot !

deco:> ..I\ ab-oip-.on: u..ght rest.rtitoutr 1 3JH i
: J In the added business it brings. in the ys '
u; tilt lo-t [pan'iitiorus.! ur 1'.- \
complete Satisfaction you feel in sending (\
the rota'icu ot < tuiwhich; peiio.cally .:.- 1 .
out neat, tasty s-a'ionery. and its AWE
bubstituted! for a crop requri.-: -'
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'f --- first cost is soon on the credit side
much phosphoric acid a crop 'ua' r
ci of the ledger. Good printing: is remembered fig .
needed I less than usual. Subsequ.. J {
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: long after the price: i is; fur- t
ly various. manures were employ I --- t'.l ,
) goten.
fertilizers, !but not until some fist. i IlJlJ

ywars ago was it proved that unly th- I .3

phosphoric acid in them and nut nelev. ":: J q &

.. neuter lime nor gelatine,

.d the exhausted land. Now r..n"I,I.
DO GOOD PRINTING d
have been discovered in various poi J;

tiooo of the world in Spain, Poriui.dBl :

ium. France Norway Russia: and! i iorthjmt X

rica, in rocks of difftr.irfonnatlou I 1 4

?. deposit, of pho-phat- .

.rthti ur rocks of various and dis|"''rN J N
v
e.| orimn. which when clt'antan.! .i c


puUerized.ic or al'llll heated\ a form with a readil* id.,\ > u-n asiwilrtt'l !- I I Iptao.phur g BRING YOUR \VORK TO THE BANNER JOB ROOMS AND BE CONVINCED 9 :


I b\: growing plants J .

The ,r..t' wheat lands of the M.liiitppi .--

vaey!: !MM'I today are thfranery I :)


Its toe probat.h during of! 'which h''o. wor Mie they:.d.number owe have their of ben tt{-*ir.!':dSoic ,t i.ii.1:1'-, J I+I(f&EI7BE1B&B}: 2BBB3: cgScsasce.se. : : : {&: : { : {: : a:<3m :



ted and accumulating from thtoverarching .

and the underlying intluac __ u_ __ --- -- ------ --

4 of sky and earth a store of mm, .- for ilk- iiu'iuiiaoM.re: o: sjpt-r t EXTRACT FROM A TEMPERANCE : Mysterious Trees Claude's "Tempest in a Teapot" : pOf of t iiecoinms incorporated under -1-,

.... plant food, which according t to phosphates are too complicated and TRACT i Peter O. Kniht and Wallace F. Sto- the Laws of the State of Florida applicable -
California has one tree which is the to for
corporations and
l""lIIor Shaler. will in no long time I| various to describe but the end in profit
vall have Claude corporations for
proceeded against carrying on a general
.. eihausted. The slow disintegraof view is to transform as much as pos : .The Lord's Prayer Against Tax or personification of mysterv Found no- banking business. ,

of the glacier-crumbled granite I' sible of the phosphoric acid present'from License where else in thY worM\ it had a mys- ( L'Engle by making affidavit in six !I ARTICLE I. '

racks of New England may keep its''! an insoluble form into forms terious origin and thme* in a region charges of criminal libel before Judge I I Ii Name.
Dear Brother-Think of
praying: i
; I Tfy name of this corporation shall
for the moment are sojdespised either in in citrate Robles of the
term tla: I soluble, water or Hillsborougb county ,
| of be The Munroe & Chambliss
mystery. i Bank. -
"Our Father who art in Heaven,
.
ouch permanently, if only'; of ammonia. This speaking! very generally court. Warrants were issued 'esterlY ,.
The Mojau- icca :S a ves table ARTICLE II.
'
taodentety, fertile : but as the years is effected by grinding the raw : i;and then voting witt- tax and license t .
: .!, in the six cases and will be served j Place of Business.
in the Middle Wes fine blending it i the lq".r; traffic freak which ha? l-iHiopt-d:: in'u a sjreks.
p.u hf'iltire? material exceedingly parties to perpetuate i The principal place of business and

era statr+ wll dip nd more and more when necessary with a certain amount upon earth hu> aidtl'l ; the powers ; It has the" charuc'eri.-ncs of upon L'Engie: and Reese the !latter '. the place of this corporation's bank-

upon art-3ci.il: ferti'ization as agricul- of carbonate of lime and mixing i it- I several plants to each of which no the man whose uauie appears as'' ing house or office shall be in Ocala,
of darkness.
: or County of Marion. State of Florida. '
tore a!oj.a 'he S,>iithem Pacific slope with sulphuric acid of sixty per cent the writer of the articles upon which .
be
I relationship: can trace
"Hallowed be Thy name. ARTICLE HI.Business. .
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must f>\, r lepeni i on artificial: irriga- strength or with diluted phospnorieacid. .. : .: : i Is ased. whol.ae '
.. 1' i:* an uido.rL. y t-t :':i:1: ;:0lI:1CHI'ric \\ :ie c :i; a in People: ;
of the possible result! : ':Inn \ ')iiiuo ,r.zaiz:1: : l. hq'iuitjafflc
The porousfnab'.t
!
TL- 'n is a The
lion tjuestu general nature of the busss
ritiih: \ :-Lara'rt'za *- l sari a':tott: tn.-pests: in teapots :!
Mipt.H ".fho! <;p'atr'!' becomes then mass: wuich.is i dr.ed in hilt air and b\;: tax ur hc-i;,.f. u.i'; :: ran:;- : the tXKnoi"em- 1 I- !hrand] to he transacted by this corpoia'! I
hut t who ;Lae r.eer seen one will bepermited
.! : ,j-.Mil through a di"inr"ra'or.; !! blue shall be general: banking ;.:is-
of eatr' : I.Irt\n- { c, Guii'? Ham to 11. CPllll.ually : threin! sreat n"aii! in a regionnearly" : peers
front IL the future mess! with incident thf-1' ,' ,
d'- of phosphatesri This businessthat i is of so sea's ; asprovided
;
F"ftttr! I + po's great I devoid of \elation, in a
phemed.
the
by Laws of the S u'of Ai
r i ant! .-\ .ive. whether! recent origin and has already grownto I ... pruct't'dillgTampa: Times.If .
Ii'll. ,
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aT" "Thy Kingdom come" 'an': :'f !...a.r. ?v.r =t ,1. "i harrcr.r.t !- Florida.
"rl\.1 tat";:, *!"' iuans of minute such extraidinarj proportion, i- ARTICLE IV.
*"..r.uM: ta'i.:: .,;. -. 1.iI-,.lui.-- -
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fish from fossil gu- of t..- r..ost table illustrationsof i .. Wf al.un': o !have: a L'Enjriefor Capital Stock.
marn":1.: ''!. or: one [ Anotvr! tr.-. in C !!if"-1l;: which
aIn Florida from the bones: : the practical importance to mankind ;11' akllm5-mJ.; cjirinurit the: tht governor, wh: mClaude- Ti.- amonn- of the Capital !S'o.:; ;: of !
!
1UWiI. 'ha> a peculiar per-oiiihty:: is : M.-; orporanon shall be fiftyi: ; -
of mann'o'nand corprolltes of ,1 in general of abstract scientific will! only pay a high tax >ir liceu-e. he is hot stuff and 'i 1- article ,
:: i creeping oak of Montr-rev. 'f"L :.ne ai., divided into r.ve:
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beast- "t vmrtpecie*:. as in Cat research. Not until the actual part "Thy Will be done Nowhere in the vegetable kingdom .-Ocala Banner. 1.'in.ired! shares of the par value of
and scales of: acid in the fine on hundred' dollars ((81'M) each:
hones taken by phosphoric pro-
tr- :
: '
ads i. found rrll"atyr
: IK '
| r '
r ; or for ;iq''rtIr] can MJ 'tita iltr
drift ,.., r'1! 1'otng'j711 Hu.-L u.aii don't y..n kuow i heconlln' ; \ .ted that the! capital stock of this zcorluration
Je th- river of lif* was positUelj acertained. ,
in Hans plant
** .ra-urej! r-) Keep: on under tax or !.crnsr law?: of monopoly. This rive iof gnarly
t be pared from hl- tremendous can be increased fi->rn '
1**!*%* :\.Ih, Carol'na. or from chem-i I II'al I: was it possil.leto utilize Inch j is the seat .' hindrance growth its limbs:: like those of the tu.ro:: time -o an amount nokx, i i

r..nji.mds i of po-ibly purely geological with intelligence! the masses of Ill::- saving Go.l's! will done on earth: sycamore bending: anJ twisting in re-puiisti'ilities; asa- printer c-e.t i one hIll'rithousand! do'a--:: c
South Caro-+ : unsuspected to attend '.> the trivia! du"i'of governor
that
as in ural fertilizers lay "
'rmation i "Give us this day our daily bread. all directions ARTICLE V.
I ituda. In Ottawa county.Qnetec i beneath the feet of the needy farmers the ?-Tampa TribuneLet Term.
Juia and ( and tht'n0'!U.: to legalize: that Wherever a branch touches
) of Ontario E-a him aione. Were ;;:l'l::t to fa1- Tt.-. term for which this -
3 in five counties jof i Florida and South Carolina. t Ivujme.- Corp';rt : )0"h.d
and: which takes rb- brea-1 from rt)'i>- earth it takes rosy. and: -
of phos- need of careful attention ten him up and run him: fo:' president I exist is ninety-nine ($t>' y': -ars. f
more
combination | the
apa'a now ands: of starur..r: motile an-1 help it were. another trunk :bov.sht:!. ARTICLE VI.
i is against Taft on the proh.tution! tick! -
l>hor !- WHh flourine or chlorine !! : and more accurate scientificj ,ss children; a branch of the maintem. ilravuns: Officers. .

mined tot -hexent of over :22.000 j knowledge i* becoming allimportantMuch "Lead us not into temptation,*' nourishment both from the parent: et.-Sr. Lucia Tribune. The business of this corporation

with an algregarr valuable material has been -hill! be conducted by a President one r
ivy companies! and from the new source In
ton, a yt-ar I then voting that the allurements! and stem:
Croniwe'l: Gibbons has r'.rned' to 'or more Vice Presidents. a Board of
nearly four million wasted by ignorant manipultaion. j till it :
apital of ths: manner The TPP i1 spread
emptations of the :saloon; may go on j Directors, consisting of five or more
dolars! In South Carolina the output Chemistry is an exact science. of !II under a high tax or license: : has taken po-se-j-n":, uf five acres of Florida after spending four month* j members. a Cashier and such other
6110.000< ton: mathematical precision and the prop! in Havana :looking arer ..on:... impor- officers and the Directors
as
of pho-phate is over "Deliver us from evi I." ground and, it iadvancing: : ( agents -
capital of over of the raw phosphate is ; ;ant claim n ..t'ters.V'- aways: did j may authorize. The Directors are tobe
b>' companies with a j er treatment and then voting that the: ta'e art ReiSlands ,Cat. i dr; r raph.:
while the capitalof j of abstract chemistry, i ij believe 'l!:- u--r..al: colonel! had his eye I elected at the annual meeting of
fix mil'i!\! n dollars, a matter pure nation may continue the liquor evil the Stockholders TO be held on the
in the same of the different mines \ Love Finds a Way un some important polfrai! office,
companies engaged i j The product botb at home and in heathen lands second Tuesday in January of each
busmen In Florida is over fifty million differs greatly in composition. and II j jI providing they will only make tht: "Of course. my dear girl." said the and we w-juM; hot be rprised :o see year: the Board Directors shall

rememberedthat I needs a different i| to Tit his friend- t bring him out- for something elect the other officers of this corpora
according
dollars!! When it is I with e"en"ariation price of blood high mough.; in the indulgent parent :
mining did not begin: manipulation to form the most economical and Bits. "I know \ou are fond of Cecil. We are curious "o know whatit tion. The following officers shall conduct :
phosphate form of tax or !license: Stop the
business of this
In Si'-'h Carolina! until 1S67 and noUn hypophosphate. Only in this : think: and that he's a good Mlow, and all: is, Mr. Gibbons! -Bartow Record. those elected at the first corporationuntil annual

-il V* in Florida the phenomenal I \\"acan the least bulk be obtained Can you. dear brother. do all' flit-! that sort of thing: but there's;: one meeting shall qualify: President, T. z.
is apparent proportion of available I I to have over With Captain O R. Baker at its T. Munroe; Vice President. Z. C. "-
deve' .Wn' of this industry I with the biggest above! and then heartily say "Amen: i! little point you appear
and, although' the capital of! phosphoric acid; and the freight-.' looked. How do you propose to live head, a company has been organized Chambliss: Cashier. Albert E. Genie; -d

... often only; account of its bulk is one of married" || at Tampa capitalized at $It!mc4, for I Board of Directors. T. T. Munroe Z. ;
is I after are
companies LO. on this you I
the various The best compliment paper C. Chambliss Albert E. Gerig W. T.
P speculate and artificial. its magnitude I the chief items in the cost of this indispensable has received for some time ian article "We ha\en't: overlooked: tha porn: | the purpose of fresh war fishing in !, Gary and Royal E. Cole.ARTICLE .

. still and perhaps unparalleUd aid of the farmer.s the. a* all.: said 'he daughter. "We've Lake Ok:-- >:: "'!lee. The company intends I VII.
i* amazing copied from it and credited to
.. '
, Other deposits have been jet the methods used have been crude I' Pensacola Journal. It has been flattered considered it well and it's all arranged na:rli anng a fl. et of four fast i highest Indebtedness.The amount of.indebtedr
i boarThe first of these i-
The business #peed: :
found in r-ck> of the tertiary era that and by rule of thumb. also by being credited with certain : : : to which this corporation shall at any

are formed of the sediment of a prehistoric has been much injured by the nrie-I articles that it did nth write. We "Oh. is it? I am very pleased to hear ready for service and under commandof .I ire subject itself shall b? as lifl'"ed!:

North- Car of analyses by the it.! Captain Bacon will! leave the Hills by Section 2712 of the General S'at-
.c.-all in Virginia. ty afraid the brilliant and brainy ed.itor -
of are .... river next month. Each utes of the State of Florida. .
.
but the and by the prejudices Yo> : h.is is whatwere borough
olina. .L: '.hama and Georgia: the samples. I I of the Sun will be jumping onithe "Ypapa : : ARTICLE VIII.
Carolina it is in the direction -. You know Aunt BeLinda month an additional boat will he sent
in South fanners. Perhaps: did arranged. .
vat brd.. of phosphate "old man" for something he Subscribers.The
f and Florida alone are deemed of scientific husbandry that sci- !I. not say.-ocala Banner. gave me a hen last year?" to the big lake until the complement : names and places of re?:'is.ce! !

, more than has still in reserve its greatest j i feel flattered Well?" !)f four is complete and is stationed j of the subscriber, together wi'i the
eace likewise
uf producing of ,
j We. course
oatbe i The boats will be I number of shares of the Capital Sck
the demands of thehole services to the greatest number of the j j'luman constructed a compliment "Well. l'nh.n reading up on I Okeechobee. ,
nicely
enough to supply at so
II craft equipped with the subscribed for by each are:
henwl | twenty-ton ;
demand
a race. poul'rv and they .ay that a good
years but ccauuld s-uj:'
)!'j.i for many : as the above, :
'i I ( best marine engines.-Tampa Tribune. i Name. Residence. Shares.
severalm l! raise' twenty chicks a season.
tbtt 4s calculated at gest that if the o. m. of tat- Bani. ''T.' T. Munroe. Ocala. Florida. :J1S

Lion tons a year of phosphates and The Extra Session ,i! keeps on talking so much. the "!;Inl1 Well. next year there'll be twenty-one i Z. C. Chambliss, Ocala. Florida. .:217

huperpho phates.About i i 1 i liant and brainy editor of the Sun"won't : hens. won't there And so. of course. ; Albert E. Gerig. Ocala Florida. 25
production ones that there will he 420 chicks, and the next I W. T. Gary. Ocala.; Florida. . 20 y
yearly knowing
the wi'h
of chances NOTICE
by
said ,: take anything
one-third It is have to |
Florida. . 20
Royal E. Cole. Ocala
I ,, the
of raw phosphate in South Governor Broward will call an extra i that the aforesaid o. m ,E,l not ,-; ". and the net:: l1 .tI."I. and Of Intention to Apply for Letters Pat- State of Florida.
'r,,' """. Just think., If
Carolina is used by local companiesfor the legislature to receive say. The latter is saying a jt.c: -Ct ai Lt-x papa 1 ent ; County of Marion.
artificial fer session of I *\e uniy get two shillings each for the On this day personally came before
the manufacture of i it is.-Pensacola Journal. i ; Notice is hereby given that we, I
all the high the report of the investigating com- ,i 1 them. we shall clear $3< .\(IIi)>. and j I! ; tne the undersigned authority. T. T.
tilizers.: while almost I undersigned incorporators, four weeks Albert E.
j )[unroe. Z. C. Chambliss
for other purposes- will be plenty for us to live on!
grade nxk and river drift phosphateis mirtieand !: The Sun. in last week's issue. says 1 thaT : I after! the first publication of this no- : Gerig, W. T. Gary and Royal E. Cole.
materUf will it be called !' and perhaps: we will help you a lit j
xortd to Europe. The raw Ocala Banner. When :, that an extra session of the legislature ; tice. will apply to the Governor ofithe each to me well known and known toe
use in an unman "other the Sun is the 1 i tie. you dear old thing. I the individuals who subscribed
Since
for purpos-
certain.
by is PatSent
for export or and what is meant i State of Florida for Letters proposed

.(actur..d state, is treated by a >"Madison New Enterprise. I Court Gazette of Florida and very ri i to issue under the following pro- I I their charter names and to each the foregoing acknowledged tome

simple and ingenious automatic process. ev prouibition amendmentto I very close to the throne, there re- j Editor Jordan has increased the j posed G charter' : that he signed the same for the

wh..rt'hy: a continuous series of Adopting constitution a to be :submitted tothe mains nothing further for the peopleto I subscription price of the Punta Gorda T. T. MUNROE. I uses and purposes therein set font

bucket* fill; of the phosphate is hoisted the the state for ratifica- do but await the official proclamation !Herald to $1.50 a year. It is well i Z. C. CHAMBLISS. I and expresed. .

the river, delivered electors of excellency the governor j worth the price. and it is only a question -i ALBERT E. GERIG. My commission does not expire until -
his
derrick from the state of I. D.
by a passing 10th day of October, A.
.i or rejection I W. T. GARY. the
ion
sue until all weekly
of time papers
passed date and specifying thepurposes !
then the
of likenportance.Ocala '
crusher
to a I bill, and other laws I appointing ROYAL E. COLE. 1911).
screen, a i insurance which the law makersare will be compelled to do likewise. TIe hand and official seal
dry for Witness
v cessively" through a Banner. i Copy of the Proposed Charter cf The my
rinsing screen,,, I I' in extraordinary price of everything connected with 10th day of Augtb""t. 1307.CEO. .
washin.: screen, and a which might be mentioned to be called together I Munroe &. Chambliss Bank this the
a dryIng And among En. the production of a newspaper contin- W. MARTIN.
and th"nct''ery slowly through artionment act- session.-Madsison New We. the undersigned hereby a-=oria'e -

,.r-:. 'hat revives in a heater d t the reap!) tc':i':':: I !::t'5 ) go1;' -\Va.L: 'h;::a Tr.-zrani; t ourseh;; together for the pur i ,-2d-Sa.; Notary Public.

chamber: ..'.use a furnace. The prof .1 Penacola News. i







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