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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: September 6, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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 j spent several hours in Ocala Monday.Mrs. !. were: in Ocala'thi.- week taking 'he From the Beginning .

4 i iii .0 teachers'examination.. January 17, 1897, we have made >t a fundamental rule! that
---i P. H. Gillen and little son ;
: all depositors and correspondents;: whether their accounts are
f ; ; 0 e 4. have returned home after a'isit of I i iI Mrs. Arthur Cobb who was the large or small, should be accredited the same uniform
several months with
relatives
in Cin
4 4 guest of Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk at the : and unvarying courtesy and that their instructions and inter-

cinnati.Mr. I I ests be the same careful attention. All business apart I
Osceola Seabreeze given
cottage at for a ,
ECZENL\ LOTION U 1 from the usual routine has the personal attention of Mr. Mun- '
\ is home
Iiit Quincy E. Peacock, the popular I fortnight at again, having I
young editor of the Dunnellon Advocate returned on Saturday.Mr. : roe or Mr. Chambliss. thus insuring prompt execution of any

special or urgent business.Munroe i
4 4 was transacting business ,
'
50 c. 4 4 Ocala Monday.Mr. in'I I B. S. Weathers, who now hold & Chambliss !!

; a responsible position with one of
4 HAXKKKS: ; '
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it itl .. 4* and Mrs. D. A. Miller have the prominent banks in Tampa came OCALA FLORIDAMe.srs.

4 AT THE t 4 4 come home from Holder where for up Sunday for a short visit with his i __ _J

4Postofiice 4 three weeks they were tbe guests of parents and other members of the I

Mrs. Millers sister. : ..
family. -
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4j l\i\ i Drug Store. I r 1 :X. 1. Gottlieb-, J.- E. Chacf The Atlantic- Coast -Line Train De

I Nellie Supt.\ Stevens W. D. Cam and, assisted by Miss Mrs. Sage, who has been visitingher and Herman Benjamin, prominent I layed
several other :
son, Mr. Charles K. Sage, and his
Ocala Masons, went down to Dunnel-
4r teachers conducted the county school i On Sunday about noon the express
family for several weeks, has returned Ion Tuesday: afternoon to assist the
teachers't examination this week. ; I car of the south bound Atlantic CoastLine

: : Prescriptions Prepared Properly \: : : granddaughter to her home, Fannie at Lakeland.Sage, accom-Her lodge work. of that place in some Masonic train ran off the track between

Miss Miriam Pasteur, who has been
@ I panied her home for a visit. Paradise and Hague above Gainesville
Ii..............+..4..444...4.4....4............. Vi: spending the past month or more at Mr. Sam Barco, who has been This accident caused the trainto

44.44 4.0.................... .. Monteagle and Knoxville Tenn., arrived .-
4 ..........N... i Mr. Robert T. Adams has gone to I spending the summer vacation at the be delayed for six hours, reaching

iI iI I home Monday afternoon. Elkader, Iowa for a visit of a few i, Barco farm, near Cotton Plant, cameto Ocala after eight o'clock Sunday

------ ----- -- I Ocala Tuesday. He left Wednesday night. Mr. Harry Bullock of this city,
weeks with his wife's relatives there. ;
+................4......*4 Mr. Fcrdon and family have mover Mrs. W. E. McGahagin and little for Asheville N. C., where he who is now a flagman on this train,
Mrs. Adams, who has been at Elkai i
daughter from
into the R. E. Yonge cottage on South are up Tampa, having will continue his studies at the Ding- was in the car that was derailed, but
come to der for the past two months, will accompany -
BIGGEST LINE I Second street, which was recently vacated see 1lrs.lcGabagin's sick home. I ham Military academy.Mrs. fortunately no one was hurt.
Mr. Adams
II I I by Mr. Blanchard and family. sister, Miss Agnes Burnett. I Mr. Frank Harris and family, and

Alfred Ayer and Miss Edna Charlie and John Cbazal, who were
; I
OF i Owing to Monday being Labor Day
('apt. H. W. Meeker'of: Homosassj afternoon Ayer spent several days in Jacksonville returning from Seabreeze, and Mr. F.
the banks of Tampa were closed, and I
iI came home Sunday afternoon on the I I this week the guests of their T. Schreiber, who was en route to

belated! train from Jacksonville, I she goes to join her mother and Mr. James Brooks took advantage cousin, Mrs. F. S. Benson. They were that place for a brief visit to his family

i I where he spent several days. i I brothers to spend tb month of Sep this fact to spend Sunday and Mon en route to Atlanta to visit Mrs. Ay-- beside quite a number of other
.lWAICHESJ tember.Mr. day in Ocala with his parents and his I
i I, er's son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and passengers, spent the entire afternoon -
I sister, Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
Mrs. ,I. W. Crosby and children i ;i Mrs. Guy D. Ayer. at Rochelle, and it was an after-
: Allick W. Ing!is, who has been
who have I I that will be remembered by
been noon
at Baxley, Ga., for a
Miss Fannie Penland of Swananoa,
: spending several weeks in New York,
FOR : ooupltof weeks since leaving Sea- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Drake, who them all for some time. The delay
i was in Ocala Monday afternoon returning 2'\. C., passed through Ocala on Monday -
breeze, returned home Sunday morn- I reside in one of the Fuller cottages, caused Mr. Schreiber to miss his connection -
to Rockwell. En route home afternoon en route to Crystal I
ing. in the second ward, are welcoming at Palatka, and he spent the
he visited his parents in Jacksonville. River, where she teaches in the pub)
LADlES AND GENTLEMANTHE [ N I IHe !r lie school. Miss Penland tauht there I..I into their hearts and home a little night there, going on to Seabreeze 4

Mr. John T. Lewis was in Ocala son, who was born on Sunday. Monday morning.The .
on
Rev. J. P. Hilburn, president of last year, and was so well liked that i
Monday and left in the afternoon for I Friends extend congratulations to the: ; editor of this paper was taken
sh. retained for another term.
I the Methodist college at Sutherland, : was
Eureka and other points across the happy parents. Before her marriage violently sick during the afternoon,
preached an excellent sermon at the
Oklawaha Mrs. Drake was Miss Alda Baukuight I but happily he recovered after a half
run, to inspect the convict
Methodist church Sunday and remained Paul Sanford, who has been at the
camps. He was accompanied by Mr. of Archer.Mr. hour or so.
over to the organ recital Monday Ocala hospital for a month or so being

John Pelot of this city. night. treated and operated on for appendicitis
E. K. Nelson came up from Will Retire From Seaboard Agency
returned yesterday afternoon
i Mrs. Clifford L. I I Tampa last night for his little daughter Mr. W.V.. Condon, who has had
Anderson spent last I
He stood the most
Mr. S. D. Martin, who has chargeof operation !I
JEWELER. week with friends at Augusta, Ga. I! Elizabeth, who has spent the charge of the up-town Seaboard agency -
Messrs. Meffert & Taylor's mill at successfully and is rapidly getting 1
After 4 past ten days with Mrs. J. II. McCly-- for several has asked to be |
being Mr.
joined by Andersonshe years |
Sumterville Times. I
Rock the well.-
Springs, was promi-
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and their little son will visit in nent visitors at the county site on i I i. relieved his resignation to take effect -

"----- South Carolina and Virginia before comfortably settled in their new I October first.
Monday and paid this office a'ef) Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder left I I "
home which Mr .Nelson purchasedfrom business has
home. Mr. Condon's other |j
and PersonalSara returning pleasant visit and left a newly: coined Sunday morning for a visit of several i iI
focal Mr. Blount. It is a beautifulplace that he feels tbat it jfjj
so large
dollar for a visitation of the Weekly I weeks with relatives in Cincin: grown
in Hyde Park, on the bay, and all of his attentionand
The personal
commissioners requires
county were In Banner to his home for the next I nati. From there they will go to the I
Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. session all day Monday and their entire twelve months. Thousand Islands and other places in .I' the family are very much pleased he can no longer attend to the

M __. ----- time was engaged in listening to I the :North and East. They expect to: with their new home. duties of the Seaboard agency exceptat '

The school !board was in session complaints and arguments from persons The Confederate Veterans beld : he away from here until the first of Hon. Frank E. Harris the veteran the neglect of his own business.
the valuation of Mr. Condon is anticipating making
whose
Motidav and transacted only routine properties their regular monthly meeting at the November. editor of the Ocala Banner, was in
had been raised by tbe board. marked improvements in his jewelry"
business.Mr. city hall Monday morning. There I ---- the city Wednesday, while passing
t business and has already had blueprints ,
I ,
Williams and Clifford Her-
were eighteen members present. Joseph Beach
through en route t<> Day na
Dixon II. Irvine of Orange Lake Mr. Adam C. White of Citra a whi Comrades H. W. Long, D. H. Irvineand rick, Jr.. of Crystal River were in where his family and many friendsare i made of handsome mahogany
low friend of our boyhood days, was; hours.They and plate glass show cases and of
for several
was numbered among our visitors on W. L. Ditto submitted a constitu Ocala on Monday sojourning for the season, and
in Ocala and visited the shelving etc., which b' will purchase
Monday
Monday. tion and by-laws, which were adopted J were on their way to Davidson, where he will remain for a few weeks '
Ocala Banner office. He said that I : when he visits NpYork early in the
and the committee, after receiving I N. C., where the former attends the I enjoying his deserved vacation. Mr.

of Citra enjoyed a splendid rain Sunday the thanks of the organization for Davidson College. After spending 'i fall.Mr.
Miss Cora Griffin Anthony was I Harris is one of the most prominent
night the first rain they had had in with his uncle.I i Condon's store when it shall
several weeks there
among the Monday shoppers in the their services were discharged. citizens of the state, and just! now
city. four weeks and it was certainly en- I the latter will return to Decatur, Ga.. his name is being linked with the gubernatorial have been refurnished and refitted,

joyed. Frank A. Teague, a prominent citiZen to continue his studies at the Donld II campaign of 19 i8.-Pa- I' will be as handsome as any in Jack-
onville and will he to Ocala whatGreenleaf's
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I. W. H. Dodge has gone to South of Ocala was in the city yester- Fraser school. latka Times-Herald. '
I is to the metropolis. It
Car is to spend a fortnight before Labor Day in Ocala was observedby day. Mr. Teague states that Ocala is I :

cumin; home. the banks and postoffice closing. prospering which is good news to Mr. J. M. Mathews and son spent I John B. Floyd of Irvine, one of Marion will mark an epoch in the upward
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of
There was no demonstration as informer Gainesville, as Ocala and Gainesville last Friday and Saturday in town. i county's leading citizens, spent I growth our city.

t Mrs R. D. Harrison and daughter, years. Mr. Peyser, in commemoration I always "stood together." Miles of II Though Mr. Mathews hails from part of last week and part of this Ii i

Mrs. Weathers, of York. were visitorsto of the day, floated a V I granolithic sidewalks are being constructed Flemington he is the county commissioner I week in our city. John is still writing II GatesHayesWednt

f the city Saturday.Mr. S. flag from his building and the I and at the last meeting of I II from this district-and is mak- life, accident and fire insurancein I =day, August the. twenty- a

foundry gave its employes the bene- I the city council an ordinance was ing us a good 'un. It is rumored that large quantities-and if we believe eighth, a pretty home wedding occurred

fit of the holiday. with vitrified he is thinking of buying a home here little I at the residence of Mr. and
and Mrs. C. V. Miller have passed for the paving I what rumor says, is talking a
gone to Wokiwa Springs to spend a brick of many of the principal business and coming down to live with us. We;on the side for himself, about running Mrs. D. V. Coleman of Plant City at

/. couple of weeks. Mr. John L. Carney of Lake Wttr, streets.-Gainesville Sun. hope that rumor is true and Mr. Mathews for the legislature. We believe John S o'clock. when Miss Fannie Hayes

and a member of the Carney Investment will come to our little city to live. I j I is a fine fellow, and would make us a was united in marriage to Rev. E. J.

Dr. J. II Bennett, one of Crystal Company, was in Ocala Monday,, Capt. Frank Lytle of Lake Weir. Dunnellon Advocate. I fine representative, and if the other I Gates. The house had been beauti-

JUft"r'swKt known citizens was a having just returned from his sum- and formerly known as "the little I I aspirants for the lower state house fully decorated. with Florida's natural

business visitor in Ocala Monday. mer ,vacation which was mostly game cock," attended the meeting of Saturday afternoon at Owensboro. I aren't very careful John's going to foliage.

spent at Monteagle, Tenn. He says I the Confederate Veterans in Ocala I near Dade City, the A. C. L. and the I beat them to it. If John hadn't The groom, the Rev. E. J. Gates, is

Mrs. D. II. Norris has returned it was delightful in the mountains, Monday, and while he is entering the S. A. L. trains collided on the cross I wanted the farmers to build a rail the pastor of the Methodist church in -

from Tampa where she has been visIting and his looks indicate that he had a "sear and yellow leaf he is still game ing. Conductor George Deal, of the fence around their "razor-backs" and Plant City and the bride is from

her daughter, Mrs. Duke Cato. big time. and walks as spry as it is possiblefor Staboard train was horribly crushed, "bull yearlings" the last time, we be- North Carolina, having spent the

one of his years to do. Unfortu- his death occurring immediately. The lieve he would have been elected spring and summer with her sister

Judge Bullock returned Monday Mr.V.. D. Eminisor, a prominent nately he was severely attacked by a Coast Line train was nearly across then, and now that he has dropped Mrs. D. V. Coleman. The Rev. J. P.

from *\' kiwa Springs, and all the at- citizen of Sparr, a member of the Marion ferocious dog some months ago, and the: track when the Seaboard train that plank from his platform he looks Hilburn of the Southern College at

t..rnt..r.11 was busily engaged in hearing of Confederate Veterans is still suffering somewhat from the crashed into it. No one was seriously I pretty good for success. No doubt it. Sutrerland. officiated.

cases at chambers.Mrs. camp effects of fiiis experience. He had a injured except the conductor who John's popular. and he'd make us a The couple Itft for a tour of North C
successful truck farmer. was :
and a
. I narrow escape from death. lost his !life. good 'un.-Dunnellon Advocate.nother Carolina and :Maryland.. ,[1.
and did not fail to I '
in Ocala Monday
children ofSummPrQ I I I Mr. Gates is well known in this
and
: Nathan Mayo
call and only renewed !
I spay us a not
and time of
county at one was pastor
spending some hard road to Ocala has
who
I1. are shopping in f his subscription to the Banner but I:""' .==a ..,<- =."\l lnll _........s"'I -=. '' \ and active work the Methodist church at Citra. ...
time at Lake Weir were "surveyed out
I subscribed to it for several other par.I
Ocala between trains Monday.Mr. i --aiied upon it. Mr. J. D. Robertsonha
ties. A Lot Purchased for the Primary -..
I :.ad the surveying and other pre-

Griffin of Tampa, formerly work done, and we under- School
J Arthur li..inaiy: :
spent Sunday and I :Mr. Jake Brown, the Teapot Grocery's I citizens to aid him On :Monday the sub-school district
of this city I all round hustler and buyer, 'I The o' the Year -MI 1 that our are

Monday with his parents at Anthony.He 'I left Saturday for New York and Bo-, fall : : Il.hing! the road through. In talk- trustees for this city purchased from

stepped over in Ocala for a few + ::i ii i Mr. Sam P-reway, who had Mr. J. W. Crosby and Mr. It. It. Car-
to see what has been producedthat's
1;. ,,:t u to greet old friends here. I ton "brand new" in tbe grocery < -," n the surveying of the road, one1.lY roll a lot on South Second street, for

Brings changes in the stylesof this week, the Advocate man the erection of a primary school
-{ line since last season. If there is
2 T>r. D. M. Boney, Ocala's eye spe- '.\i: < ToM that the road would run building.
I anything new we'll be bound you'llhear Footwear as well as in
da list, has returned from an extendf" tr',m tip Dunne'.ion: bridge straight This lot is the one formerly usedas
ifyou'll -
about a month
it in
Jamestown.WaWinston. about clothing. To be up-to-date the baseball park, and is a eplea-
trip to New York, I just keep an eye on the Teapot's :. : .!r 'uh: section; :34, township 17, range
Newport News and other i '. io the Stokes' Ferry road and to did location for a school building, and ;3

points of interest. I advertisement. > Owe it Your Feet ()ea'a.: Mr. Robertson will go before which will be erected at as early a
You
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th-! c-u'iiuy: commissioners next week I date as possible. The present school
band stand is nearing com pIe.I
:Mrs. John R. Martin and children I The been solidly and substantially ., I' with Us survey; and plans and see if building is entirely Inadequate for x

who. since returu.ts from Daytona I tion. It has rebuilt, will soon be repainted : 1 to see us.Ve are ready! to he can get financial aid and co-oper- the large attendance and it will be a

Beach have been in Ocala, left Monday arion from them. Mr. C. Y. Miller is matter of great interest to the pat
will add
I and when completed to satisfa tion'I
afternoon for Istachatta, where the looks of the court i I serve you your s'lll: at work on the plans for a hard rons of the school to know that at no

they Are temporarily residing. greatly to be > < road from here to Ocala by a different distant date we will have a new primary -
and will a source
grounds
-4 house roire from the one Mr. Robertson is school.
Sunday in of great pleasure to our people. The The Marion Shoe Co.J. and hope that one of
Mr ,Wilbur Moore spent Band is winninga I working on, we
Ocala with his wife and baby, return Ocala :Metropolitan: 'I I : these roads, anyway, will be pushed Mr. Dixon H. Irvine was in Ocala
and .
ins to Rockwell in the afternoon. Mrs. distinctive reputation make it a point to many be : ( M. Meffert D. B. Mayo.) I I through-the one, of course, that Tuesday to appear before the board

Moore is in the city for the purposeof traveling men in order to BETWEEN MUNROE &. CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. I will be of greatest benefit to the most of county commissioners to ask then

being with her sister, Mrs. Agnes in Ocala benefit on Friday of our nights open air con ) OCALA, FLORIDA. < I people in the county.-Dunaellon Ad- for an appropriation of fSCO for the

Burnett who has been so ill, but is get certs.the I c4 f\--a I vocate. Confederate monument

now improving.

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u:0 rh=::.. Mi=s; Si:::::i i? a :laer: ae'-:-,, ':. by. KNIGHT & ;
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wI::: r.vr "a:.5: CC.'Y 5trvce:: =. Yo- wagon teat drives by ycur I
wcrds near'y e.ery
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Pr.f.:: W. W-slrF" S=:iti. ivco : ':-. door ana tee:: same could: ce said of Carrages, Buggies, and Harness.:
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ii ": Srr-r.i tf A----r Pirk i.:0 ; No::, where: :byxil': : rectivrvery *" :- ..f our: boys also.h: : ) ::. :.:; -,> :.::: began doing! business, : with; toe people of this vicinity we decided''j1.2
: .' : ::'0'i Mr. Wai: :
: r.. :-- than '-nr t -rm of s:'rfk:-. :.-:-; handle: line of that would need no apology. The results
: only a goods
.1' II :: ". ".'.a"r-.,. .:. urahan .'. V.'al'rr: :o. ... Jcj :- : ; aomor.'a: : :b:5 popular; :: &':'!
i :;':(('--5'-::::'. .; : :-" '-ae:.:::; --.- apcarent : We reasoned that we could not afford to hand'e'
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'' -erf Ar.'hwLy Las ju- c,,u.-ir: "" the: Shears. Sawbuck &. Co.'s. or mail order house quality of goods,
... ..: A glimpse: of :byg..ndays: : ; 35: a: I
Ltt.ry ::-.j-1 :. ;'1.-- :. E. <:. ::::: :' ; ; =- : :::' a:
proud: of :::- ; )-r; :..- t'j with and not with customers a I
as must do business neighbors
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our old-t.ne: tr.aPce
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of tJale5: i ir.3llevir yuu=-.? !"...o::: h .i ir :::- :' l ':..a: :: ,ra.wod. thousand m.ies dstant..Our lines have been carefuiiy selected. Our t
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:list :' ,0.-:: from somewhere. : r Tb"iir: : ,quarterly:: : : ..nr-r'-r.c: HICKORY FARM AND TURPENTINE
i .V. ,. Mis.arr.r: HJ '' a: w-n WRITE
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Miss: h :!' vcr the scenes of his early EXfHio-\c.:\
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.. '., '.i; -; Mr. Price built: the Seminole Ho-
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i ;;) : fore. While: church: finances are are but: and: sold on honor. We carry a full line cf

I I \.af'. .." '..I.ar'r. ...">; iJ. .i-_, .' the < :1- si, :> .Lg;:: g- en- 1 slry a;" -i.op: : grocery store: :: etc. He had a?t :
somewhat bi- :E.d. ;s'l.: tns will: lhY; ;
'. ','. teeth," ; :: wr ar f that time one of thr finest and larger
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J. -c: :> !:.E-t. .-' "fU: as .i-rL = EVERYTHING IN VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIESWe
r>e made up between!:: now ani the! annual {
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t .' ) u' ; "- \\ : s.Jry I jr w-" : -:: :
: conference. in December. The
Mr, .rl ML..a.rrn w, :.- r.cks'of ::.- Bann-r's sa.c-: ; the water oat as pure as !d- have HARNESS for the Florica mule as well as for the $1000:

r i d. '" !:I' I r.ie,. : a-moon i:. MrV.. Bull:! the O. .:: .; cnTi.tor ;. ires' ale. Laser: he sold :his! i is: 'Brest: ;j prt'5: ling elirr: Rev. F. R. Bridges. drIver See us for anything in cur -nes and we assure you that we will

I :- '"...r'1". : T U.: cie-t-: d.nd tUi. :1-r. was in o.!' : urg; MJay. '-. i in Belleview. which! bring memories: preached two good sermns: > large: strive to please ycu and "make gocd.:: Yours very tru.y.
I : congregations on Saturday night: an: ::
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I fr :Mr. Ran: the Buckleys.: Nichols. "Doc"p
: -.r, V -:- .: .' 31-- T---i-Wilsn ;; Mr. h..l: : .L:. tuild

,j ;:. : .rlt .,::'.'..- A:. '. :an: i M .-- dal.: oarnlal; Pati on Co::" :Slaugfc: <\:rr. and the final ending In a Sun 1anornin' KNIGHT & LANG..
Mr. Walter reddle, wLas t .ar_
,s : :.",!, .:: j ::. :. : ; Y.nz." :1-:5 h-. astor; !lotto The :orcrop sheet of sarithe; same as another]

a I I ,, ." l. '.-. > V.--: .-1.1' .:. n.ornV. :- :;' is i --&-'. thing r :r Connor::' building: which: : Mr. Price built.: We away in Georgia: and:;: ;'ther s'a'--

l ;r.-: :'f> VT .. ;.- .":! : a= tae fir.-- \\'.- are "..":*- :bit,i sorrt; :'a:. JudBll ?- refer :o the Masonic temple: whc'wflt : n packing ('alla: 11P-o::: ani a>sist.r.-; r. -- '- -- ___ __ _- _- -- i'-'
5::pine: vesetaolet.: ::. !has r- 'u- :
I e .", _, ." r", ;. .,... Wr. '1 :: was r .-.',_!.' :in thr:: 4 ;ai s:.:; up in dames: a few years aso, : ...... .
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V : : : "- -: : >f Mr Rawls :::' ,:y-5 : .. .
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.. ( .,. C- and by t: Masons; as; a :1-jdge r.mand Mrs E F Mims :e v-tn-: r .-
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l .... ( ., .. --.a'..-_J '_ -,.r ,'. '..'r'. ....t'."" ) .: .:; .: J' :. .!'J' ;- :: i:. ,." ; >- '.. o.t ce r.-jm> on Thrccn! i f.'rf : Wi.l: Tyd.r.gs: an : wfit. I. 1L1IIUFE.1LLsELb[ <
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lor' a r, r.. ----- ... ".. "o -' : ''.' j, ::-a. a:..ri: !." ".v .- ':bt ,. .. -''a', : *.-r'. R L Smith.: nw .r :::.- rratreycnd turn :'-r : _" or f i'
LifMl! !: Clara:: S- .;r" ': .-: :iher : ;
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\\ It! .r... -" .. .._ '.'.' .- carding ; ;t
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'. wtta: :nto CO si -.rin that tl -rare -'' t'.:l.<- bacr: :> the Lane(: "f, F.ow-rs.:, -rai;jn!: on all tirr change* 3.:- Best Treatment far a Burf ; at

i 4 I EUho ::- 2ros :. :Marlon: cof : *y i'j:? tn--y .". -" can" stay -.v. ,;y thc sight: of our friend: Price, awul--: : fi-r r.: ; ther ;-.-.- '. i'--. ]

j CUH '. ." w,- can firm 5ome't i i -a Alungl.; :. Mr Harri- "ci'n:::.:!--' A t ens a train of thought: "hat >a :s :- :lain:: ? ?.-.".-, sho'il: i -.-): -

I- t of what: tl! ..- t"q', rl: lECt-: peopleivt: c-mvcntk 'i\ will!: dr: .; a :linr "c j 'o Th! qurjso c.f-n made. : Wbtno-: !hou.. .-ho.i:: .r. ace-'in" ,: .'" .' I ,
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t ld w. Oif thing ':It art ... came us : whence! ?'.- wMis .-?. :
tO COE- : -a:> that .t vi. ;i :: r very: : -_ :-j havta .. '
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Jay: : : :: a':1.2" :: > :;:: ;
shouldjn! wi' !:ntt day! i 1: "home c .-....LJ"week.. .\::::.Adams:s rr'umed ) TackjRvill : :: ':: ':-' :nj'a: ,,-' ,

the wt :v gin who .t" to rr.anatu-- S' et": '_. -u'i .tare in ':.- :*.ars' ;:-, "' ::- S :iday. after a pleasantr.: :h'-al:* :b- ; ar- -a.--' I

lonfrrnce -.v.'h LiY ;' visit:: ? with Eleanor!. T -car Ta"v: :- :-. '.: <
campa: n to have a i We '' :. i !:y all: r.-.v.- ?-n i j : spt-n :;- .
I. for cbsp1: : band.For .- :: -,
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J the! both white and c-.l:,'red in: rre. : ;
preachers, .arload : o\r "yaais": r.e Als.: ::lYuhonl' j ::5't.... ',..:c:. r" .. _-
4 and'! plans!: for the t'Il' ,. V\"e nor-: .. the Traiing:: Ci:ar.L "all
atr -e upon .: .j! Exswsiti: i in 1:- *: a:5 : ; r-al-r: 'V :: :r :':: -

paign. It iworse ''lan f'( )lish \-. 'in- they ar-- >' rare and h -:': inriv..--. !have: 'ar'-d t ) buld: a saar! : : i i IS STILL GOING OAT '
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c dertakt- to ignore Thco'ir: ->d pt-onle; : : CHATTEN CHl'M. wagon house a: the !back end of"their: ELECTRA ITEMS _

and cry the coundry inder-e'i vnt > kr. i in the rea of th- new stor-. I -.- ---- .- -.- --. -- -

of test By ",h wn.: the color-'c 1; iin- A Traveling Man's Experience Lightning: strack unr of the iars-1 Sp-rOia.: "".-,- Ocj.a: 3=::'r.-"" : -

istry the! proper re>;>ect at the start: "I m:1: you ffi'- -\-'r; >-r.rOE oak tre-s surrounlinsr; Mr '.\':.*- .- 4'.:: a:; rnn: ?: ::hB:; tic: L." \ I COSTI. i iIf ia

and asking them: '0 share! the rt>-ponsibility an eas.nd: 0. R. fc N. R. R 'rainfrom house, opposite to< 'f:-;:. Bush's ccttage. was fill-:: : ;;, i'h! p....)p':'" --.'1".1: .. :-.-i-

; with: u.- will: oil on election! : j T-iidieton to Ltraiiv.; Ore. : dring he ?-v-r- rhund-r: a:. :i thirjli! : i j.a-tor. Mr.: Harmon:: M---: i you need a pair o: shoes
writes Sac. A. Gar wt-ll:: ) 1 now
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day. Tley won't aK!: "sell: out" ':.r.Vssignore ... ngntning storm of M,:r.uay. and: t0:- tin. discc'ir: to -hem: again : .
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'! : very few uill.; anl we of Red- ing dep.irtr.i-'at; :: with: > r. otbrr tray. a splint'r out fourr five incies; several y-ars he serve 1ais c il.r: | GENUINE l BARGAINS

dick know from oh.''rvaion t1ringthe !:; fling n:-'; when one o: 'r.t-n: wit oui t wide and one or two inches dep., fr -m: :n a most acceptable: niaiiner H ; i ihe I

1, last local option campaign that into ti-1 coach and rainfia: : k ai:i 'h ? branches down to the ground.Sritecber will: cor again: s;<.c n. I IMis
[ said: 'T.;, ris a wom:-.:: :Iunt: ()
the preachers largely control} the .. is here. Ociober comnexr. -.- : = B-lle:: Bishop of Mclnto.-h: r 't-:. !
death in the l (.1r: I a'.c.: got up\
> votes of their rnenit':;. One prominent and we::" cut.: found her .'-:-:: ill:: wi-r.: ; and with i' com-rs" the advaao :nenct..=-r school :hr- M?:::: :..;. Ladies' 51.25 to S.I50 I

t nt' ;ro, a church member was cramp el''ie. her hands an; : anus werv guard of our Tanker friends: : who: d morning.. j I Oxfords goingat '

talking and working; for the "wet" drawn up to you could not :raight{'2 light: '.) spend thr-ir time: and niun-y, Miss BriMMcCarley: f Boardr.iar.:
them, and i with death-like :ook OEher 1
t t tcb..tHis ",elder when notified saidt : a : wh; us through 'br" fail l and wn: >r also b-ean) :-.--; school: a- :10B' ifn !I jj3|
tt iacaTwo or three :ladies wtr*> I
t i. to his white informer: "That man 1 working with! her: and girtr: whip month?. And ju-isina ?y the many: the sam' date.

Y I' won't talk for the et'side any more key. I went to my suiI' c.:sr and go t inquires: made: as to thi: > one and that: Mrs. .j. P. Hoy'an: : I da :ght>-r. Anes .:- : Lad es' 31.75 to 2.00 I i i

t and he won't vote fur it Watch him[ a bottle of Chamherain'sc: < Cho:- ->n.3.:5 to wh-r they: are. whathev: ; havr'imed fron: ( irf=en ,C">-. ':' j, Oxfords $$1 Hg I
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era and Diarrhoea Remeti: :' I nev': !j jtravel
and you will s1"r> I am telling you the rr have !been -:c.i't i ::: n they exi" SpringThy think ::.- sprr.-: I Lad '
without it'I. ran tc .e wane': es $2,5-:; ;
r truth" The elder! talked: only a few tank put a doube: dose c: t' e m<>di i" perto come. (w? .?..-,-- rae" .r. l.it uponr : xost d-liihtf-il:: :: : summer ;-w:;- u 108 :

ininutrs anti made his promise good. cine into a glass. poured some watt ourselves: to: _-(':;rar. inTervi,' w:-b:: The :boy:? of the F E and C r'i:: \ !

He had stopped one of the biggest; into it and stirred it with a pencil::! : -vr: .ost: prominent: winter re"i'lrr -:-:!'-. Moss Bluff: : had a jolly: :: tr.i-: la.' 5a-- J I Ladies'53.00 H
then 1 had quite a time to get the: :la U i
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had this dig t-llir. ... Bellvirmen; >. 'urea ini'ia'ins "
t guns he liquor men m : j L. is n. '" : sonir r.- Il.-: : : i
dies to let me give it to tsar but !
trict. The Baptist preacher also' ., h-y 2ot:: desire: : : to know O\:2u: and: t-ach.ns: them how ; r. :igoat. i- -..- Men's S2.00 .
: succeeded. I could at once sr- LOW J !
brought us quite a number of votes 1 effect and I worked with her ruv-zi!; tb-:: '-legraphers''! strike. :it :is impo.- S SMrs. Quarters now 18 I !

i! from his members that 'without his influence | her hands, and in twenty minutes I:][. -: ;.- "o depend on that source; f.-r :in-: Whi': ; -. daush'er .1:. : s 0 r. :.-.' ;j I r v ) '

would have been against us. I jgave her another dose. By this time formation. so at 'en i times: t expense- all:: been s.c'ri with: f-vi-r :rut w- : rglad ; 1 .: H II fl

: One reason the whites and blacks are we were almost into Le Grande we have prrfrct-a arrangeir.'riits ;\.-.:... tJ :Ear they a-- .,: ;e roa i i .
r i where: : I was to leave the train. 1 1I [
I not nearer together on this and other I gave the bottle to the husband to bused .. the world's: ar-a'-st system of wir'-. :recovery Hope; 'hey: W.:: :s>x: .'- Men's 53.00I it

issues is the, fault of the whites. i in case another dose should be' -estrlsrarhy: : ; 'j secure :in-en-iews; quite wagain.:: : 2,38si.i. i

i! We have ignored them and left them; ; needed, but by the time the train ran l' with our a" :;-;:: friends transmit: Mr. Albert: Fore ch.ir: havri. : > Men's -
i into Le Grande she was all right and l $3.50 H i
i to blunder along in the dark seldom them via ""1--.-:; to their main whoop: cougt.Ir. .
i I1 received the thanks of every passen1 } 00
t If ever offering a helping hand or a 1 i I get in the car." For sale by all drug: ; station at Baldwin: and thence' via S. ) J. P. Holly:: of .Ee': :,'ra ki;> : i I. I

; word to lead them to the light. If the i! gists. m !I A. L. freight to Belleview.; wher they: large rl.-na k e in his horse-lr :..--- j CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS ALSO AT

Anti-Saloon League will do its duty I I will be arranged in order. and printedi i! Saturday. It was n-arly: s.x fee: : :.j == COSTDon't

towards their black brothers they will | "Down for a few days, I i for the ificaion of their many I large in proportion a:.'_. tai: sewn rates ======::::==

:' find tbfir work appreciated. Individual i|t "Yes. Say, they have some odd ef-.1 friends in Florida and elsewhere. i and a button. fail to buy your Shoes NOW !T"

6 : work among the average class ofnegroes i facts in burnt leather here. | If any of our Belleview friends j The farmers are now busy picking'eonon. : ,,c .." and com bdre

by white men amounts to i True; the girls are getting a little. : wish any special information from l We hope it will bring a gvi your size i is goneJ ..of. ."
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; V nothing. They cannot appreciate argument !! tanned." j any of our absent ones. upon request I price.

and the only influence that i j t to "Baby." care of Ocala Banner we From appearances, the pora-o a: !

F will help us must come from their religious iI I I Don't be afraid to give Chamber- : will endeavor to secure said information cane crops in this section will:!: ::> M. :

1 : teachers m ialy. So' don't rl'IS. lain's Cough Remedy to your chilJdren. by wireless and publish same for short. Many of the farmers fear :hey FISH E L

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and I It contains no opium or other
;._ sign' them to the liquor interest harmful drug. It always cures. For jyoo. will hardly cake eaocgh for their i Visit the Sand

,i t imagine you can get along without I.I sale by all druggists. n I I i 1 Look out for our next issue const .i own use. JOHN PETER. I 10 Cen t Store

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r 1 Local and Personal Mr. E. T. Forbes of the Daisy see OCALA DAY AT JAMESTOWN '


.: Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. I among)Ir. Joheph the Ocala Brown visitors of Hickman Saturday.was Arranements During Florida Completed-Week-Date for Big Day'II I I;( I THE EXPERIENCE OF MANVWMENj$) i


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among Ocala visitors yesterday.
:Mrs. S.V.. Ellis: is visiting relatives Fixed for September 24 i i j

'_ iu North Carolina. Mrs. Wilson and Miss Jimmie Mr. M. C. McKay, a special representative -! Demonstrate Beyond All Cavil That Pe=ru-na Is a

Brown of Oak were in the city shop- of the Jamestown EXl'OSi.1
ilr. J. I.. Hudgens of Berlin Safe and Useful Household Remedy. a
was in ping Friday.Mr. lion is in the city, and yesterdayheld
th j city Friday. i
a conference with Mayor Izlar
and Mrs. E. W. Smith of d
Jr. D. IJ. Kibler of Dunnellon was Belleview regarding the setting aside of one day Read What the Women ,
were in the city on a shop I r )
in town on business Saturday. at the great exposition as "Ocala LJ'iR5
ping expedition Friday.Dr. Say.
Day." After thoroughly going over dL3 -
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Mayor Stevens of Crystal River and Mrs. J.1.. Thompson have the ground it was decided to name I ,

was among the prominent visitors in returned from North Carolina, where Tuesday September 24, as 'Ocala

Ocala Saturday they have been spending the summer. Day." "' .. '

As this will occur during the week }W IYL .R .. ;1

Sin. Alfred Ayer and daughter returned :Mr. J. II. Livingston came up from set aside as "Florida Week," it is 9 s 'w1 1 :., '-

1 Saturday from a short visit to the Lake Saturday for supplies for thought Many Floridians will be at i

friends in Jacksonville.r his household, returning during the the exposition, and as specially low

r\ nigbt. rates have been secured for this time I ;

F. E. Wetherbee and two f many will go who otherwise might I i iI

daughters have gone to Evinston fora Judge Cell was busy Saturday issuing not have had an opportunity to see I \ S I t C Csi ;n a
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abort visit with friends. marriage licenses, one to F. W. this great show of the century. :

Swilley and Anna Beth Hern and two Special features will be arrangedfor i

Mrs W. D. Graham returned Saturday to colored parties. this time. Mr. McKay goes to ) 'C > : I
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from Daytona Beach, where she Tallahassee today to hold a conference ,. ; ;I ; lI -

4 has been for the past two weeks. Mrs. Royal E. Cole and son, Cham- with Governor Broward, who it I J'

.i bliss 11 un roe, returned last Saturday is intended shall be present with his

Mr. W. R. Fore of Connor was from Pablo Bach, where- they have staff on the occasion of "Florida I a :'
anoBf the visitors in Ocala Friday b'Jen spending the summer. Week." It is possible that a battalion I i ;1

from the Oklawaha river section. of state troops will also be present : j1T//f/t.D/; ;; .

i Mr. Clifford L. Anderson left Saturday during the period of the governor'svisit. .S S

Mr.: II. M. Wade of Fayetteville, N. for South Carolina, where he will ( ;fgj k

('., U the guest of Mr. S. W. Kills, at meet his family, and together they Mr. McKay, in an interview witha : ? .
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his home on South Third street. will visit friends in Virginia. representative of the Ocala Banner A ..1v ,
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said:

Mr*. \.... II. Moore of Lake Weir :\1 r. Mala Houghton left Saturdayfor "Military features are prominent at ii i ,:

f II' came up Saturday to spend Sunday Atlanta, where he will visit the: exposition. Cavalry, artillery 1 i ,' r'....:. i iJ

with Mr. Moore at the Oklawaha Inn. friends for a few weeks before enter- and infantry reviews are held everyday
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ing the University of Florida.Mr. by picked regiments of the regular ( DCCoN WrM.t )? t
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Mr. and Mrs. M R. Carroll and lit- I army. But the naval display is

tle Jlsrria returned Saturday from Sam B. Russ, the versatile par- : probably the main feature. There area ( :0 C\.'.'\ ;..r ti) Bronchial Catarrh S

tkvtr summer outing on Daytona agrapher, was in the city yesterdayon large number of warships in the Chronic Hoarseness.Mrs. .
Mrs. Wm. Hohmann, 569 N. Panflna
Beech. business. lie is again on the edi- harbor constantly, and these are easily Deli& C. Cameron, Heald burg, Ill. tea
St., Chicago, wr : -
torial staff of the TimesUnion.Mrs. I reached by launches running I Cal., member Daughters of America "I suffered with catarrh of the

Mr. Dlanchard and family hare from the government pier. The electrical writes: bronchial tubes and had a terrible f fy

Moved to the MoorheaJ property, at Edward Badger and Mrs. S. displays at night are marvelous "Having tried many remedies for Miss EMILY KOCH cough ever since a ct ild. When a child ;
bronchial tubes,
Uw extreme east end of Fort King av- P. Eagletun and little daughter, Marjorie -probably the most complete I chronic catarrh of the beu-lit, I bt-iran it was supposed to J'e whooping cough f for
and not receiving any
arrived home Sunday after several the croup, but as I go* older it got .
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show in this
eerie.Sir. ever seen at any coun-j to think there was no help for me untilI Catarrh of the Stomach.

months pleasantly spent at Crab try.; i| began to use Peruna. Mis4Kmi\ Koch,9H Michigan[ : Ave., worse. E.
"After a while it got so bad I had to i
Sam Leonard has returned Orchard Springs Ky. "The Warpath features are "In a short time the bronchial tubes I Sheboygan, Wis., writ. : i
exeel'I'I cough both winter and summer. Finally il'
from an extended trip to the James: lent." And he laid special began to clear, I did not have that 'frog I "I can heartily recommend Peruna I burst a blood vessel my throat

'town Exposition and surrounding at- Mr. W. D. Graham, who has been the Merrimac and Monitor engage- i in my throat'continually,my voice was for catarrh of the stomaHi.! 1 had tried from the strain of coughing, next- a l t

acting route agent for the Southern ments, which is very realistic. not nearly so husky, and the wheezing many things which did me no g.,od and blood vessel in my stomach, eo 1 kept
tractltai.Mnt. i I
Express: Company in the Thomasvilledistrict "The agricultural and industrial noise disappeared. as a last resort I got a bottle of Peruca. setting worse and d x-toring, and even I
''I soon able to believe that I was I did not it before
was "I that
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W. I- Knight who has been for the past month, is now displays," he declared "are fine and ; only regret try then could get no relief )
and this
entirely free from catarrh, as I forced much bad stuff into
PO my
visiting friends in Valdosta, Ga., for stationed in Ocala, relieving Mr. he laid special stress on the exhibits was several mun ths a;;o, 1 do not t believe stomach. It has entirely cured me and I I "I went to a dispensary treatment, 1 "
but it all done me no good. At night: I
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his vacation.Mr.
home Rhodes who is taking that it will return.
MMK wrekL returned' yester- maintained by the Atlantic Coast ; I a bottlein
as a preventative always keep
lie back. I would sit J
The above group of women could be could never on my ,
day. Line and the Seaboard Air Line, j the house j
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multiplied by ten thousand without up until two or three o'clock in the
Louis Lang: had the hind wheelof which are composed principally ofj i reaching the number that have been "I jrlaily; recommend it to all who are morning before I could close my eyes.

Mr. aad Mr.. J. Marcus Luckie have his buggy wrenched off by another Florida products. < helped by taking 1'ernna. afflicted :as I wa,;." Then of course;, I thought; and every. 1

ta. rooms at th Strtrak reaid nice vehicle belonging to Mr. Needham A Wasting Disease. body else that 1 had consumption. "i

oa North 8H'uul .;t I't't..t. and are now I Saturday at the corner of South and The Temperance Meetin Wednesday' "Reading the papers: about Peruna I ;

keryla. house. Main streets. The only damage sus EveningA I Mrs. Rosa '1'\ ler,6 ilO Madison Avenue, Chicago; Ill., Vice President of decided to try it with out the least hops f

----- tained by the Needham team was a well attended meeting in the interest the Illinois Woman'slliance, writes: that it would do me any good. But after I

Mr. J. M. Tonltasoa of Fayetteville. I slightly broken harness. of prohibition for this county I j "During the past year I gradually lost flesh and strenzth until I was taking three bottles I noticed a change t f fMy 1

N. <* arrival in Ocala a day or two I was held at the Methollst church! unable to perform my work properly. I tried different remedies,and finallyPernna appetite pot be ter, so I kept on, |I

&fO tad has accepted a position in Mr. Ed C. McLeod of Zuber was in Wednesday evening, under the aus- '! was suggested to me."It never rot discouraged.; *
life and restored strength. I cannot speak too "Now I can lie en my back and deep ,
department of the U.B evidences gave me new my ; ..
the dry guilds town Saturday and displayed pices of the Marion County Anti-Sa of it." all D1_'h t, and you m 1Y well think V w J

Mt.,.. Company store. of prosperity in that section. loon League. 1: 1 Highly........_.... ....... 'V I thankful 1 am for Feruca." t tJ
He has just leased anile a good deal The program consisted of a number !
J.lr Carroll city editor of ii
Rol ert R. of his real estate: to that neighborhood of songs by a chorus under the> i* 1i

laKtfalttK Star, ha spent the week preferring lx says a lease to direction of Mrs. Winston, solos by; Property Changes Hands I ANOTHER RAILROAD: FOR OCALA.! Now It's Zuber I i

.t Iiaytua* Bt..ch with his wife and a sale, as he has not by any means Miss Louise Scott Dr. L. F. Blalock Mr. Charles Rheinauer has been on I I The citizens of the community just !

.laughter, who are gweata at the Sea- lost faith in the future of old Marion. and Mrs. O. Cuthill, a scripture reading | a trade for the past few days for the A New Road to Run from Ocala to north of Kendrick have at last succeeded J

ride Ini.M by Dr. Atkissun. prayer by Mr. !: purchase uf the Tyler property in the I Jacksonville-The Ocala Northern II in having a postoffice estab }

Quite a deal of excitement was, Glover of the Young Men's Prohibition second ward, opposite the home oMr. i to Make Application; for I lished about a mile and a half north j

Mr J.A1uaaR.. basal has returned caused Satunhafternoon on SouthMain Club, a reading by Mr. Edwin Frank Harris and we understand I Charter I of that place, and its name is Zuber. j

home from S.. "....>os.. where he spent street by a policeman firing his Spencer, president of that club, a I that the final papers were passed on I In another column of today's paper I- Mr. T. C. Williams, president of the' i

a few day with his family, who haves revolver at a negro hackman. It brief address by Miss Minnie E. Neal, Monday, and that the price paid for will be seen the application for let Sumner Lumber Company, is postmaster J

:.=. the iHitiittuv at that pleasant re- seemed that too officer told the man state president of the W. C. T. U., the property was $3800. while Mr. Sumter Brooks is 1
ters patent for a new railroad company
a11l. to stop, and when be refused to do so, and an addrses by Dr. C. C. Carroll Mr. Rheinauer bought this place for i viz.: The Ocala Northern. assistant and attends to the active .. !

got out his "persuader' and used it- pastor of the Baptist church. Mr. an investment. lie will repair and business duties of the office. 1
That this
*... Mill) Mrs. Htw Harrison of with no effect, however, except to W. T. Gary presided. improve the three residences on the I company..means Several hundred people now live at I '
with the -
acquainted incorporators
Ocala Fte will arrive this week and draw a big crowd of people to the Quite a number of the delegates to lot and will rent them. This is one I anyone needs further Zuber, part of them connected with ;
no assurance.Mr.
will l.. the guests of their. paints. scene of the shooting. The negro was the Marion County W. C. T. U. con- of the prettiest lots in Ocala and Mr. E. P. Re"ntz president of the the immense sawmill interests of the 1 :

)If. M< ..... Z. D Harrison at Fern placed under arrest. vention were in attendance.The Rheinauer is to be congratulated on proposed new company, is at present Sumner Lumber Company, and the

Atlau" Journal. well rendered I others witb the Florida Lime Company
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entire: program was his purchase.
I working on a road bed from Silver
Mr. John Dozier, who it was reported the: address by Dr. Carroll be- whose many large kilns are
I Springs northward, having as its objective
Mr llatrhlni. Still of 81a kvl11t\ S. several weeks ago would go to I ing particularly well received. Organ Recital at the Methodist : point Orange Springs which now working day and night to keep ..

r ta n..t..n>d at the Oeala House. High Springs as agent for the A. C. : Church up with their orders. .
1 is located in the extreme northeastern
H* fc.>r* I'' "'""* after real .estatein Still I.. railway, writes that he has no in- Chicago Post Traces Most of Crimeto Signor Carlo Mordt, the musical di :.: part of Marion county and on an The depot has not yet been erected

!it'strh U InterestedMr. of leaving Ocala. He: has organized the Saloon : but the citizens are hard at work In ;
tention rector of the Methodist college at' i almost air line between Ocala and
L i I. a friend '" Major lilt company, with headquarters -[ The Chicago Evening Post July 26. 'I the direction of having this done at
This road understand
Sutherland gave a very delightful or Palatka. we
conduct a general brokerage -'has a strong editorial entitled, "Pho- : no distant day.A .
to
\ here, gan recital at the Methodist church will be called into requisition by the .
daughter "
Harry Cbukson and collection business. Ocal- hibition in the South. The editorial J
Mr and
Ocala. Fla.. in this city Monday night. There was : Ocala Northern and it is also stated, Play House: for Ocala ,;
Ctarkson, of learn that Mr. DQ declares in part: ,
stile UlttM ians will be glad to : [ crowd and all; not officially. that the Ocala '
will' remain quite a large present though Ocala has for the past two theatrical -
and reside here. | "The working out of the prohibition
to
arrived yv-.erday MrsU tier will continue were delighted with Prof. Mordt'splaying. Northern has secured the road bed of seasons been practically without
In the city with problem in Georgia will be watched
weeks
IOUBat' His program was varied the Silver Springs and Western road a play house.
Mr CUrkson will J nter Frank senior member with the greatest interest, not onlyin I
M Mlw Mr. Marcus and his selections were Beautiful and will use that as a connection be- Mr. John W. Sylvester, who has for ,
Atlanta Journal. Frank and Harris. the Southern states, but here in
of .
'ht-m of the firm is.I ones. His coming to Ocala was quite tween the one now being constructedin many years managed the Marion op- j
for New York on a the North, as well for here, too, it
-- of Barnwell left Saturday i I a treat to our music lovers. the northern portion of the coun- era house, has made arrangementswith "
..... .;fOrf' H. Bates During his stay in realized that to the saloon may be
M.VI is regismi purchasing tour. I Sutherland College is very fortunate ty and Ocala. the Ocala Rifles by which the
.. C' t is In the city and heE'xpeets to lay in traced most of the crime that disgraces -i : :
Senator !I the metropolis i in having secured Prof. Mordt The people in the section of country armory is to be fitted up for the pur j
Ocala Honw. than this the records of all our great cities.
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the of goods
,* at prominent )|I, a heavier stock i as musical director. No admission i iIi proposed to be traversed by the new pose of giving public entertainments J pjj j jI
moat
( Bate it one of the firm has ever before carried, both in but a good sized : road will hail with delight and great 1 |
State, and i iI' Ii was charged, quite during the coming season. f i
Palmetto C. He Life at Silver Springs
} l P. stores.
of the O. I
and
'.wvr lie I: the Variety free will offering was received after satisfaction this new venture, as the A large stage, with new scenery ;
prnferatonal boaineM. October 1, Friday was a lucky day. Messrs.
about I
i'& hfiw on i will return home I the concert to meet the expenses of best lands to be found in the state and other accessories, Is now under i
for evt>ral day. I during his absence visit hismother. R. S. Hall, S. A. Rawls and Judge I fl .
will rvmaln an.i will ; the: rcital. will be tapped by it in its route from construction, and Manager Sylvesterinforms
.. -- i. Handelsman. at New Ben constituted one party, and
!.,a. -- Jr. of Jack I Mrs. i Ocala to Palatka. us that several splendid attractions -
Mr \\' W \OD, and also see the Messrs. G. S. Scott, R. E. Yonge and I
Banner ofller port News, Va." Work Gees Steadily On The Ocala Northern has as its ter- : have already been booked If:
I'11\1II. paid> the Ocala I "Great White Way" at I H. B. Clarkson another who enjoyed I I i .
call while to 0:* city sights on the the day's outing with the launches Mr. J. C. Walker of Fort McCoy minal points Ocala and Jacksonville, for the new house.
ptea-Mit
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ballots al the exposition. in the city Saturday on business. and our people will certainly be pleased ,
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He is here tie here. They had their fish fry at:was
I st.rday. that to have another I No September Term of Court
formerly of the construction to know we are
PIT. baWl J. L. Emerson left Delk's Bluff, in spite of being block- He is in charge
,1. a. Lake Mr and Mrs. Northern railroad direct road to the outside world. To the Public:
M s resident of our county at Sunday for Gainesville to make that aded by rafts of logs: at Connor. Mr. I work of and the new the Ocala roadbed is now The Ocala Northern we understand I The undersigned clerk of the circuit

\Vfir city their future home. Mr. Emersonhas Rawls amused the party by allowing I I for says a distance of over ten lave secured splendid facilities for I court of Marion county. Florida
completed
several years been bookkeeper himself to drop off the top of the to all parties
Ocala one for : I will be laid-very handling business via. the St. Johns desires to give notice
the iron
of and
,,\_ J. Jot. MooreheaJ. civil en- for the: Ocala Steam Laundry in launch into the: river causing the water miles river to Palatka, thence by rail to in interest that he has this day received .
widely flown resigned to accept rise ten inches when he fell in. shortly. i
lit the most Marion ('0., this city and recently to this: city and intermediate points. advices from Judge W. S. Bullock _
jdOMf' and surveyors of position with the new Pfifer Mr. Hall thought he caught the largest that there will be no adjournedterm
was for a Ernest J. Crook returned home
to la the Mr. "loor.h-aJ Fla banking institution of the UniversityCitv trout, but Mr. Clarkson duplicated Mr. afternoon from a visit of several The city council of Tampa is now of the circuit court of Marlon

several *** county survey Mrs. Emerson have him by catching two like his in com Monday announced -
j profession Mr. and weeks in Washington, the Jamestown : considering an ordinance to raise the county in September, as was
!. not MI11 proficient in his fellows made many friends in Ocala during ing home on Silver Springs run. and Hendersonville city liquor license to $1000 where a during the spring term.S. .
Exposition
but lie II one of the Jolliest their residence here, who will regretto : and colored bar Is run in connection witha T. SISTRUNK,
and has many friends permanently Mr. A. J. McLaughlin of Fairfieldwas N. C. He had a splendid trip was .
In tb. country, learn that they have white one. Clerk Circuit Court.
his outing.
Gainesville benefited by
1( throughout the ftate. moved away. among the Monday visitors. greatly

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ROOSEVELT ASKS THE RAVEN MELODRAMA!: RESUMES One Million Paid to I v ...M 'IfIF.er ,

million dollars may be \"t'n- : L. E. Lang J. A. Bouier i

1 cN.1C tPtl It .' ,1"r r..iugU: !lately: 0 r uv n iO.ro: th: \ill.iu i:: tat;? the fanliKtwise red an enormous price to pay for : ::.' I ,u. \. &r.n: rII

., '[email, [ ir. ir.hnately. the darnier'tgiri.!. ', I
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of selling au
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r, .r adt : .-.:: \ a !laid: and maddening 0 ice more the t.etrong right Announcement
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defends tha: priceless peat rates
: : :t' .: "' faking lore arm :

itt ...vert. I :-.,':c<'ly: rocking: 0 In "d
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} t i E ''R .\ ut. .. n .-.- tVckir.s:- ice: more he hall. :'\)nie tero t.'hap $e'.aa.i; cusp Rock singer ale; in :..' ; l'd.: t .t. rl.,.., \'e" ali+1 ( '[lilttOH1pil IlY.n I

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1 :.i- I "i ::t.:. .:,).): walks blindly into it. i Vfh're r the repair work t Marion. al; !
S .U-Te al. jT :
ta'e of Nv\' Yori\; New >: I :. ; I ,
'( I I t S, \1.- t'nuttt'red. ftt iiiiu-Voantie: We mfce a specialty: of repairingti :

J facto.[ \ .-.: m? r.:':n ;ih)!' : ice more we watch with ba: 'evilsl .' a":: aa;" >. J

.:::..: n >-hir.g more." breath the: thrilling:' sawmill Seen The! Red R.\s Coturai:> r.t=.:e .:\ > im pumps, gas enin'*. *tc. B
YA.co.
M.rI:4: Z.Mf h.r ( ice more the hero faces death, 6neath ackswsv.l.e: :: w.--.le a bratu'h: of ::-.,' I Let its quote y. u prices. .

t ., i. A .. :.,- f. .:;j the shutt< r. the blades so keen.t a
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j. : .0iI"> the hero's met :
I : see! Here comes business'lorida ; n:
the
:I i i 'nt: r.- stepp. i our frienj. the Raveif The villa.n heats retreat! :anta. ath1n.:1': all Ocala Gas Engine
: an.: ten in t).::sease n; I
INTCHESTING LETTER I l) ut.kanny :.-..ahtof;: yore. again. ;at
3 reigns supreme
AN I "lnr. v.rtue is: frequently: ptvnreuaosiir.iie :': I
as '
ieorgia.
'.Sot t't .--i-r obeisance i made it: .
- f.fy cants per seat.CourierJour'nt published: niaiy ;::-
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Mr. L t K.u m of South lake Weir, :S.'; -. ..( .-'. shiest: ar displa: > ed it; : containing orderar'.oad : :- 1 k- Company \ :

and Many F .: r.--: undismayed 1; i Building Burned papers J
V.N Jamoctown : of the popular bereigeMr : .... ,. :1 .. "' '''' .. ''''' -, !
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interestiVaia \# nit comet*.::.,: r.0\O: it mutter wh.cb are 11.... i
,. ; i ',- buildin Led Rock Con.rany of tiis pat: :-.\: '
." hll\!' Banner '. i '. ted the plat::- o:' the: J.rie>, -Jou of the tujr.Cc'St .i- ;: .' -- -- --- !
o.f.'e that this : ne :
H.1un,' : ::l. rh.Tta'.,'\e hs .' destro > . . ... .. ... I'
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;>< iki- ;ai..i :i-at. and nothing more.rophot s'tnictui \ .4.......$
;> t t..i ;;, .4 : .i> .uviv.n t'" bj fire early: u>ia> The! be\era.ce itself aad-onal: rrt, I

: d my :inp .hrou&h thi. : cried: he. "Great foreca' ,n iS i five sto-.e hih: ar..i occupitif >J l ti.t''? the. in that :t enters a lArs:: 5eU? : : WANT BIG CfOPS HEN !USE! IDEAL FE TllIZE i i

-. m Florida :er \ t : a bloc*. .'hich: all competitive ales: ire r""t", I

[j :.e :>ih I o W-t' r t.i-i than 7'rai-f-: : : I The fire started at the top of an e:- t'ntt'ii.1 other words.: th: :!- has;; :':-., :r OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOUFLORIDA :

...'111 ,,. .1.-h:",):.' : :" ,,"ht'-thrr! :t-rujvs.t-: or native tTl ',-itor s-haf: s-p\-se.ily: fron; d"ft't.H' : 'fret of dt-rhor.j-tranng: to atiiii..:'. : I
of : 01"Soil
POT.\TOES"-B00: :
..' 1 a tied tnr Sun i 11'H ..e Long Island shoat, i ir.sv.lalon: : ; of electric w.res. anvad ( e knocker* :that; Rfd Rock is :n t:: .' .t \"-VEGETABLES con- "IRISH '
l Cultivation .
and ;
Planting
.n the> !aree cnf : ),?i-.)lae. yet unatfrighed.w :;- :: with sn-at rapidity.Pht fry f0t't"f"f popularity: NThue lr t."c'facie Jr. -'": cm F';.). :.1a crops. Seed : p I

..1 1 : service: ,! editorial: and reportor-.ai forcehe "< : Effect of Fertilizers Diggingand
: I at Oyster Bay alight't' "- : cams: ::h.-.r: the sales; of Rocs < : *
.h .r.j: 1 .. de-l- hted11 .-If ('(IUr. >fJUroa.l.ti.ch: to thiUv.ng > ORIDORS'GES"Book of Shipping. I
\\ i-.ooi! s prophet? t-r-r-r. :; : R alread :\ >td those: of any otcinger :' ".'C".. :
I ", a1 th, ; :' 1 !'ui in the hope that tyse bias wor'i. ,! orange grow "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"Ofe. +
i T.- l nit :irulj, implore ri' : : ale: made in the: air.cw special interest to .

.1' 1 :,t' tr ': >.- H\O a\1t: \ rt>nmmat.C'LThird : ,.. uld: be subdued and that they: coulue ; it looks as though :t w-.li. \O'ithir., ....'. special interest to pineapplegrowers. : +. I

t t ''r'I I :. : it- < ;:..aa.s ; term call it-just once IDt'rei. i:.$ a paper. Thy -t't'caugt. : s. few years t-xeeed: the sale: of aher : : +

: : ht : soft' .'::',1);. Y )u, thereon the cabin d.\r- 1}ppirc? with fire at all exits, and habe ales cotv.Mned.The : : "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES'Skokle "IDEAL FERTILIZERSBook .. I

\.I''a\: lift ; K-.TX.' '. f i<.1 tak'nut on ladder sales of the Jacksocvf.le:: plar.i : :: : : 02 ''S': yarlees; Cul: all: of our different: bra:'.:, analyses ..

I \rfot ",.' ..1.1:1 i F.\. .< : : .! .: he. "biro prophetic. The linotype machines and pressere s : as compared wh the previous yea:. f.vatioa' asd Feniliiatton." prices; etc. .

vt.r.sTanv ( .i: .-,>:. and aeseetiel; ; : reinforced sectioi .
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l't :vi I'li \ .. a r T, ... : : ...> of my prospectst \)f the building and the damage h1ht'ID \; w ar.i revved edition ot the above pt 1 ..

.,ester people snore. .
', OtMf.f.i ; Th'
t light
\nrtl i.a an. was comparatively
: A Short Sermon
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\ w :. ft ( 1 1 r.-a,,,tit if tMIT* ,"' naming contents of the biildinj :i There are no short cuts to kl'w-: : / & TOOMER I LEt COMPANY I :

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... ,'f I't.' f' ) j ire almost a toal 1.),&. The damag'' > :
IoJ" ,leo.i it'? E'-ge' to wealth? or to spiritual p0U.t : : JAt5t"iNVILLE.I FLA.
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\ ,1tT't'II ;, .:::1'<'T'. ,\ 1 tl.f plut\at> building and contests is estimate*
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I a t 1\\ n of law. To know t:: t' .
\\ 1... ':r. '.'r .);kII' :..i Raven :: .r.-.l; :,'ro ;i: about $650.tHH\ well insured : It dividual is :a universe must: search To aequ'.i? : . . .. .. . ..... . . .. . .. . ..

. : t.rhd .1 '. ':.. .i r :,. a--: tr.f..l Towie : I
.t' 1111 ; 1'1' ht" trust: strive. To have a perVkaracter ( '
-al .hl" ar..; gas T. r..i "< V? mt 1 :-. /.Tt- MANSFIELD DEAD
4 \.!ii, tl RICHARD he must conform his"i : to' ---- --
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I 'r. ( ;1 : : iti', divine. The: struggle is constatise .
The .. ..tt't ,:.n .'ntt Conn.. Aug. SI.: -Rich-
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: :pew London.
: iitttMnl ::. bash
1 :. .. dlJn :::: : ::gt. body is limited. The spirit

t aP '\ i 1\11.'l1nt : ..::t' And .. .... -:.) in' .' !-:. :.t.z ar Mansfield died at 6 o'clock yes-. in perpetual sunshine if only it com McMillan Bros.
.c And :; -v..c: :: oni morning at his summer resi.denC'e.
t..r\ In. r :.- iraat -: :- rr Crli2rn tt"rJay: I to understand it* origin and possib! t'
hiliJUki '. dft : :'.' -'ate.c ? Seven Oahu: .
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l : oointen.-.r.t : \0 v-.re. ::tiny. For the soul thi'1'is E ::

the 'ref' ir. : irais! '. i.f their .. .. '... '.. h jour: l.' .r..o: > tie dog-ond- ; )oath was directly due to disea such thing as time. Each day is ete;. Southern Copper Works

bt lnt1' I rke KUglfmnwn -, u }, i h the! o>: I C\f the liver aggravated by complies : ni ty. Duty neglected: today is dut ;

'.i.i a; Sn(:\ H.f"r'\ 4.. .: ;htou: ., ."Iia't' honests : :ion::.. \ glected forever. Getting into heats I

4 ... Ahoi v", ':Ht) has 'tt't'n arcnmrt : .icbard Mansfield had been ill fa
t1n. .. Raven.i.i ::1 Stills
( .: >- > grni a: : an..ent I ; i is DOt like getting Into the circnspayment Manufacturers of Turpentine
... i m -n>:rued! r. i,f these : sbore. \'era! months and went abroad
ho crawl
\\ := :ng: fror. ; rightly by at the door or t

---.ap..nl'o H : '!'t" ,"" : toO- .n i r.. :..i. wji! I ;.-. r'ec'edr..attd. : hoping the change would benefit him. I under the tent. The condition of th and General Metal] Workers.

.. dta : engt'. feet but it did not so a few weeks ago heI'i'turned : :
h in .\ 1 ii : '::-f" ;. heart is heaven or bell and there i i
"' st.l..t',1 is States and ft.nal1y ,
the United ,
the
Ail the wrt> to >
"Xevermore.
Q :.>:h :he Ravr. i no' middle: ground. Natural law predls
.'IN ptMinda. o.-..* o! \I1P : \ i a ce is I came here i \& in the spiritual world. Th. Old Sliiis taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
\\ :.b.: tie ('rh',: -v.'u dark-complee-
AMA Tfc* ft:. > t'&pahi of throw.V ; eceased was undoubtedly the : 'thou shalt sots' of the law given t( through : country a specialty f rders by mai or

tllg si:I a dt-r..'eat ;i r...! -. One: : tMi .West American actor of his time.and the same as the 'look: o-j:t wire will l receive: prompt attention at either of the:: J
l :;:, Tot: : Ni-: .'. :0 P r.P'etltiter : )!uses are
pees '
t\ohhitl-:. : htmin: : has suffered a severe" 11' works .
fit the lUf1'ft : i 1.': : i the stage for the cars' at the milway crossing:; to) s -
I anJC. ;:.ar !
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.. depaflwI.: .!- a a i1l':: < iO: oe }o. in his death.r. decrees The usre .
; and not arbitrary
coal l mtiuhll- !-, \.n 1t d.: '. .v.--hal: L.t i; Mollycod:: t R''t't. [ Mansfield's condition had beenN"pored -. N'
: :is law. Matter mind and srr.cannot :: AYETTE/ILLE SAVANNAH GA
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h. : hN t1. !- a exet>l1ent. It lrastatoo
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\ -Lfiari.: < : ACKSONVILUE. FLA MOBILE. ALA
p",... .'tsalf. ( ""' !. Ufi tb. ra.ts.IS: JfR that he had stood the journey ThiSs.a .
order. ::
t' ,-.:. >;.1 l 2 r :..--v: fH.-- i tht? established
,' u :.. i .I :'t" Lake and that hf
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andeod in seven LT: rest -- ---- -- ------ - --
.. :'.rci. ,, : :', !.;;L the winS ; !t> one day
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c 't'. .. ]tit.t Ii:1: : : :: '- three. days ago Then a turn for i'i'IT&n.t:' is optional but th..th ,
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n-sio H .I.. Ni *. one ; 4. set in. and Mr Mansfield:
r worse
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I' d :.: 1 \ ar.ng the greft asters last: me.lt'"r.ts ) .

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III : tw 1 '. I I : : : : he laid run recognize: tie ;ovri Con. ern.n :l \\'ornel"

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The .)n 1 :: e = y ', ': ::
CMmnus&i: appoint r
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I-. I nrri -; < n.i .'r.t at the time: of his;
.. :..' C.v.t i ;zee: VNc-T an soj t.e :he eonstiturior.! : of H. I. hill II t.: r' ": .1 "i> brother: Felix: his young ;
S !. :. \\ : ... issued its report wh.ch c.-:.t3..=:-
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!t..m. b' .1. ti l,;;:..IS. aria: :phj'suian and curse.Drectl : OLD
; i I.. .. t .' !,.1i :..i ..:.. ;!r ;; r \\ : :> OppOi' it' Sevtn Oak Mr.' ivcon.3)enti&t2OL: : in favor : TVsuffrage. -,';::.. ( ,
It is r'ussibe. t--va:! {t :',': ;:
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,1.1 : .', '. all' ,11.1 : :- : : : ,hmsfi 1d's late hornis a JnaH butt !

.. ,. ... ." :. iizts t.I..) ble. that the Dutch: women auy be !
1- nit.'t' "'41,. ,\ ; :- .ufi ; & i : 1'lo.r. which are :uried the men ;
.. .... ,.! .' .- if .ht' war : franc hised guile Wilfcelnunk: is: :::.-
f h' .111': P0 : :-.1.. nlI oOB : c !:' : a- >,'di'"f tne Gardner family: from PURE RYE.

I" > ::o ..'Vrt :rllrst '.. :!...". :o .. : ,: v..< ;.e cef l'rrct".. horn Mr Mansfield purchased: : hi : q lh'i-:1. s

,' : ,..i ,: S : a..i.s a conticvA !. 'r's tod.1
M.I i i riot .. q+ .t.ltanc 1 ur.r.ier !: )m", There, :he a( ::

loll I: 'I 1 \ Br itl.i'.V.! : nt >-. !. 1.:1i: ,,' -. .-. ; '. :- -' k.gravita. \-. re::-t. This is his revues" : mad Theate legislature of Cos.iix -'- ':
tuh has just a-ljourarti. :ha: .:
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J \\ .- Mi. \ M: ,, v.- hr 1" (,If. r.is deathbe-3. 4 full Qts

10. ,'e hi .> H'\-t' :. ., '. ht! i :... S S. ,...., hu: :,i-:' II k-as' ontirot( .d law 10 its ('T'.Z Put-up
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1 : ar; .- ....., : <,:---.1: tt"r WEEK The , ,', ".o"i .1.! r v ,i' ; c.- \>a: : HARTJE CASE NEXT

'I" I' \ ...,:ill.. ::: :, :..,: : :.:' : n111.:: [2'Z ;:, .t.t-r'orr 1n Fancy Cartoons
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thre L.: :. it ...; your
women on "
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tnr.c i: t \'::irnee to bE1; in c'Erc:!' ; have bn :' Express Office
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b ," ailrs: :- in with !lb- :'..i't g'rtes&! appr.-va.. 2.1:'
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\ 2 .ti,tlr e.1i: \ .'11' ;.: :- : .:.:. ,: .- :JL; .. .. 1:,:;'> ot P.i.-i l-urg ii..loi-.aires. :ir. lir;: ire as f:>:lkw> Mis-s E.finorVans. 'f For 8o. '> 0legular

., ,' auAugae: Hanje fro::. head rrildent z): Kingrlouse ::,:
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1. h.of t .,1,1 1 .. : etll.t .\t .u :...'"lJ tc' : itI' 'l."ll.::*: y Tr.tcase: aga.r.r.: 'a social itiecier; : : I:r Elt .

3 ; ,. :, .. ". :.. :. :.a.l.J: thJ'f: ::<".: with *.<-;;:. ry is C'onllt' Fc.e:>rr. caugtter of the d: :=. :- '
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t.\ a l' :tai ;I 1 .. :,! .: : :. 1l r.:,. ; ; :1.1; ri : L :.: :enJa.tea. dvor: ,'<, .....::hil ;,,b-VMC-iaa. and si.rt>c:t i.. : 0 $1.00 a QuartVniskey; vvrite>icomplete

t ,. t n. i itR .....- .. '. .. ;. a'wr.- : : _i; aan- .,. Wt' .r: ah.rh: a tim "" )rauselit ti idt'IlT.fi 1r1r S!::' :
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1i : t"' ,. : -J: as co-![" : 'stn. and' Mrs. Grace Chaaiberlit :: .,j, :. : : Price; 11. '.
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t .' .-- : .. .. ..,'t.l t'i':::i; .' t'd t :, '.:_ :}. Gala House Rooms.
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PersonalS I". :w! I 'MiJ.. M I, Thump-on rI .'-: :\1 : ('. 1. .a.- .. -,. rti'- \lr'd.! Major T. C. Ha:. of HaL: A: B.n.- Death of Mr. Charles T. Gibson :1 CiTRA CULLINGS h

:1" I\. M-firn! ..d from their visit ot I fur i i
tii" count; rprfnttd his :;P c'ion ham. i lessees of the convict-,
I county .Mr Charles T. Gibson: lira his
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r. H.MMMI Harris. t'ral V.K with relatives in North i in O'ala"h1' -day. The f.
Local Editor, game aIt1'1Jt'IHHng: sev.-ial Jay: in the : '[,t'cial Cor. Ocaia Banner: :
Carolina and homes a: Grahamville! Tuesday morning
are occupying their season will be
soon and
on promises !
: Citra is almost deserted now, the
city returned this morning to the I i
., luui.H un Fort King avenue, where forth better sport this year than !la?: year. : at tour u'riu' K. h>- had i enick 1 ; W. i
.j L..j,('"' atil I Minnie nuch home of his adoption Ga.ntsvilie: ; Ga. ': ku-t :o leave being: Mr. C. Driver, Ii
are. ? pr. ;;ent Dr. Thomp.-on; wUl; hav' on account hi the ", Unllll.'r l" so for M-vi-rai with Hr. -
atV disease : i
years who left for
I 11r.Matz. It on Sunday S.uger's !
i L> 1 les ou Watulau : hi.office.. used to be "Major Hall. of Key ; *
much, .
I I1 I I I dryer.Mr. -TOIIH -Park/: but it is now "Majah Hall and fur the pa-t two \ear.had! Gt"n.a"! to join his wile and chil-

1!I }Ir. T. H. of Gainesville, Ga. sah-and don'tyou been bedridden. Mr. Gibbon was the : dren. Mr. P. S. Alderman of Holder twill
Dekle who is the
l M I H Baum ot mayor10t and Mrs. T. J. Leitner have returned publishing I have charge of his s.ore during
Crystal River ; Sale City, Ga., has returned to his I dare make the mistake of son of the late Allan:! < ;iif,,,'>n. a pioneer .{ "
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\ .1' :n o ala Wednesday I Pn rout home from a munth':5'bit at Daytona the fact that he resides anywhere' his abeenct .
after spending a few days citizen of this ami he
I ">'1 i'i! r L'!orltla.1' I very I where th..y have a married but in he aristocratic little village county :Mr. and Mr< r !H Carter arrived ,
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j' pleasantly in Ocala with his two
--_- daughter. They enjoyed their trip of Gainesville.: Major Hal!, who is : himself had been a resident of this; home la.-r SaT\riav:; after a two
j sons Messrs.
J. O. and T. L. Dekle.
immensely, and other methodsof county since before the civil war. He > weeks' A'l: Ga.; Hl'ndtL"t
V J.I E lidnuiiii-r! of Dunnelloii j who have been auung a most genial gentleman, has of late : : outing. n. .11 ra. ,
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their home in
making
.. ,I. in o I. it.1 W-dnesdav. shoppingt' Ocala for enjoyment took daily plunges in appeared before the. Board of County I was a large and properou.tarnier son1-.V. ?:?. c. and other pomt.A .-. : ..

'. ,I some months. the surf. ant! during the war and for -onie v t : quiet w -d !ling occurrevi: oaWediitday
tl Ill y e
!.C: !1'itd-1. i i I Comnih Toners so often that he has ;

--- II I I I developed oratorical talent superior ; years afterwards !lived in what is evening.:: August _:>, at i

H ,I J'' tlill Illrn, after spending I Twenty-five years ago in Gaston I Mr. L. S. Light, the well known citizen to those of Judge John 'C. White and j jI known a,; the Long Swamp settle the h<>t-' of Mr. :IIlI i Mrs. Henry M. '
County X.
;; C. there
were forty or of Reddick, was our Wed- I 1 ; ment. After the war, when labor Ii->- O'.tAhen: their -ighter.: Tracio, !
; rai! dmin (fc-ala I Int for Stub : among Dr. Goldstein. On this account it is
more
distilleries
and not cotton
.II..! T t i.-d.i)> ,afternoon. 'mill. Now a nesday visitors. He says that Red 'understood 1 that the "Majah" intends! : ;: came so disorganized and farming, \\'.u.a'ried! u> M.1: idsou Sh-iman I't
: she has
fifty cotton millsI dick is all to the good. That there i i- giving up the naval stores business; became unprofitable, he moved to R,;,. "-II of Platt '::1.! \\"is. but who '
I land not a single\ distillery-American Ocala and! thh.i": J i bits- ,
; Issu..s more hay saved there this season and going OH the lecture platform. ;:, engaged in has !','>-i. for -oui, :* > ,i-s: a re-i.lent'tf! ,

home' i than was saved in the entire countya In pursuance of this policy he will loess and was quire siicce fal;: He' Ed -n. Fia.. b-um 's! "" re-ted in pm: ,"- *

t' !1.tt).:' ;ptIlI1IH1U! contracts." as sev I few years ago. That the mowing engage the services of Col. T. J. L'j afterwards moved to rahai'l!! : and apple! : i'lture: tlu-t! They leu ,mid: (:
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Mr. John
Sullivan who has been
machine with its vastly[ superior Brown as advertising as:>nt. When ;i did a large: and prosptroumercantile tht- u-':,il! denon-t!'.uinns of rle'<, and;

working with the Southern Express methods has taken the business tlu re. and was: :al-! /) :ir>'rest- the
Mi Frank L Wauun of I' place of the the "Majah" gets busy with his flow old ?h< 'ts on the S A. L for :

1- a film,, r popular Jar-kson! Company at Asheville, X. C., and Atlanta fodder ripper: and while a few year of English he will run Tom Watson I i ed in tl..> ?''dn,!}oat busim! s .
young citizen Ga., for the past two years has ago fodder was the only forage it is Oklawaha river friendat! Ra men! South Uakot.i, .
T tl. da i- !inh... -ity for few and John Temple Graves out of Georgia. -
a day1M I n-turned to Ocala and will again reside Mr Gibson was married,i 'n this''
\ .l' now scarcely saved at ,all the crab : .-Tampa Tribune. after ft.-1 first of ptember The

I here having accepted a position grass and beggar weed being considered ,I I I county to Mi-s! Sophie lir.innon in : many :rit'nllIf tV! young:: i-ouile 4

the Ocala office with his uncle, Mr. i iMj:',. and tht-ir union !Messed! i
e :Jin superior, and is rown in greater .: na iuith wish! 'l.r'ai m'un ti-ppiness; :iiini'inalite !
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>ii M Harm was in the city Miss Marie Patrick to Wed Mr. Sher-1! i
G i. '
T. Maughs. '" Pb'! .
abundance.Dr. two childr-n. ...r. _\ Ian ; .
T'1 .- -dahavin< conic up from Tarn- : man Jones :
ot Grahamu1!! and :MiMo'lie: Gib- i '
A ot"our; v.i : peoi'lf "urded ) -
1.1 i 'y .iig
l i"1" ',. UM out to bis farm for a few.'sty Invitations have been received in J:
Capt. T. H. Johnson has the sympathy J. Walter Hood his'a'a. son, who married! Capt. JaiiH'H.. a double team .vagon lat even-
4 spent
Ocala ot
to the
of his friends in the death of marriage reception Howard! and who died several: ;
j tion on the farms in Georgia and was ,I Miss Marie Eugene Patrick and Ir.1] years I in, and drove out ro he residt'iioe >>fMr. '
his brother Mr. J. J. Johnson which **
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I ; .1.( M. Tinin.uuThev: report
with the
\tr T bur low Bishop, who now has delighted improved condi' Sherman Jones which will take place agtl.Mr.
occurred at Williston a few days ago. Gibson was a man ot sunny i Although
nuttime
hat ins
.. tion of things that mt his observation. 1 quite a
ht) hi-adniMriiT, at Rock Springs i 1 immediately following the wedding at i ;
Mr. Johnson was nearly: seventy The for instance temperament and was extremely pop the greater part ot th" time wapent
w a.. nhaKini) : hands with" Ocala friends negroes, work : the home of the bride's parents Mr. !
years of age and was a splendid citi- uiar with all persons with whom hei I .
in and coming: their :
W..In..ia from sun to sun, and the farms that going: : piouresswas
and Mrs. Edward C. Williams on
zen. He has visited his brother in I l : came in contact. and led a J"imtiful'home slow but sure
produced ten and twenty bales of
Wednesday, September 15-th from 12 :
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Ocala several occasions.Mrs. life and kept house to his
on open Hon E. L. WarT.ann and! W J.
\t..ball1e'1'r: left Wednesday cotton to the plow when he was a boy I until 2 o'clock, at _13 West Slst St. .
now under the greatly impro'methods "''' I u i friends.; He was; :>ixtyniny..ars: of Crosby> spent J Ir day in OcaKi
I'.r Pelhama.! ., to join his sister. City. \: ,
Edward Badger and her ace and is survived by his: wife hiss Ocala.
\11-,. heir' M'I wr. in a visit with of farming produce 'rick will be very delight !:
daughter, Mrs. S. Potts Eagleton and twenty-five to thirty bales. Bu son and three grandchildren Halton. ; Mr .1. W MflTon: of the So.it hem
their aunt in that citv abered in this city, having j! i
her little daughter, who have spent is not all. The prices also have asi i Charlie and Sophie Howard. i Pine Lumber Coir:;any\ spent Sun lay
several occasions
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the past six weeks very- happily with i increased. Dr. Hood i The body was brought up re! Silver With his' family a* Micanopv[
lively
says '
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Mr relatives at Crab Orchard Ky., reached Springs on the steamer. William How
for (lUa'ktuuotain, North Caroab'rs the Georgia; farmer is prosperous 1ulI j jChazal She is an unusually bright !:
home yesterday afternoon. They is I ard and was met there b> the pall | Good for Biliousness '
I growing more so. I j
li'u, he will join his family and I and charming young woman and is '
expected to arrive Sundaybut remained bearers, Messrs W. C. JeffonK Frank "I rook two of Chamberlain's Stomach -
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laka much needed rest and recrea one of the most popular girls that ha--j!
for few days longer. Harris. C. A. Liddon. John Pasteur ;[: and Liver Tablets last night, and n'
a Dr. Horace Reeves of Inverness
was visited in Ocala. and her
tun ever approaching D. A. Miller and! Dr. Walter Hood' 1 frel fifty per tent better than: I ,
I among the pleasant visitors to our marriage is being dk-i! have for weeks," says J. J. Firestoneof
and many other friends: who ecortedihe t
Mr H. C Jones went over to Day- Miss Lizzie Turney, formerly of city Wednesday. The doctor saysa cussed with great pleasure by h.-rfriends ] I legan.: Mich. "They are certainly .
I body to 0, .ial. and it wa- laid to "
article for biliousness Far
loin HI'at II i Wednehday. to'isit his Lake Weir, but who now resides in wet and dry election will be calledin here. a hue I
I rest in Greenwood; cemeterv at four: sale In.' all druggists. Samples live X .
fttmi\! H-- will remain with them Dade county, has just returned home Citrus county, and strong efforts Mr. and Mrs. Jones will reside in : .
ocolcK in Tnt auernoon. me: tnneralwas
'i.nui' 'hfv! .in r'-ady! to return to this from an extended visit to relatives in will be made to vote the county wet. New York and after returning from i: BELLEVIEW BRIEFS
lamely;: al'pntll"dIId H.IS conducted :
4IIV- New York New Jersey and Pennsyl- It is now a dry county. Some of the I their wedding trip will begin housekeeping.
I 'I by Ht'e.. C. Carroll; of the
Mr. John Turney have idea that Marion ''I
vania. Her father people an as '
I The City ot t ; !I.;..; j-nt
it I Baptist chui h. of whi h the -It ceasedwas 'a:5 very
I rt T. H. Johnosn and her daugh- was with her during her visit. Miss will go dry it will be to the interest of
a member now hot mUl'!! !IK \v-
1"1 i :MHS. Clara Johnson arrived Turney was in Ocala Wednesday on Citrus to change front and go the i I
: D. Lancaster is back from
t en. T. Ti.new: -("i.e: ,istill iii'c- ".iig
from White Fort where she will other in the expectation that a
afternoon her to King
lallil"!"> Ttlt'sda way way .
: his summer vacation which was spent i A Handsome Donation to the Confederate on in the nptv'm! way.hav .

Spilnuwh theypent several teach school .this term. large part of the trade that now goesto Ion the Gulf off the coast near CrtalI Monument Mr Gale i-: n-';, his lulliaii: [ -
I Dunnellon will be diverted across
U 'h'1 11 I River. The General and a party of Hon. E. L. Wartmann. !-: tng: been t-d i>e rtaily !rr e pa-! 'r.H-:: atdfini.Inug ;

i Mr. and Mrs. George Shuey left on the river into Citrus. Dr. Reeves believes I friends leased an eight room houseboat I delegated by tfc-e Duki-on \ ':lqltt'r 1"O. i : on .-1 insdeT1.e !

\1|r .1.I Wii n and family are now i I Tuesday for a visit to their old homeat that it will be for the best in- !
from the Crystal River Fish nl.1 from Judie!
writer !
I Co.i i, ('. of this city appealed! !In'ore: the a ''tier
the Oklawaha Inn and Ohio. and will afterwards nvst of Citrus to remain as it is. He I' .
Ixiardtutf tr Dayton. i
; and spent three months on the same. board of county (jpmmissaiut'is: ; Tuesday L L Hopkins :." is in the uorchlends
:Mr Phillip-, who ownsthe house visit relatives at Elkhart and South Is connected with a large lumber mill .' I *
I! He says it was the most delightful afternoon and asked for a dona viMtiug his man!! !: II.wnt S
which tll"t occupied! will move intoit Indiana and in Michigan. En in that county and says that those
I Bend summer he ever remembers to have I Ii tion of five hundred dollars to aid 'hat !t.e expert: t- tu ail for hituie! onin'dt =
himself I route home they will stop at the who employ labor fully realize" how spent': anchored mile sod,
They a or them in the erection of the monument the ;3rd.: I think rat: -everal other

+Jamestown Exposition to enjoy the much depends on elections of thischaracter i i from the shore and the nights were I to the Confederate dead, which i of our folk who .1: to' in the north will

Hun B ":. Mi-Kin commissioner of I sights there for a few days. Mr. and and whether or not the I delightfully cool and pleasant will be placed in the court house 1 return at about the same time. We

agriculture and who has the state f Mrs. Shuey expect to be away from county is wet or dry. I were undisturbed by mosquitoes or I i will be glad to see them all return

prhon..rM under his direction, will be I home for about six weeks. insects of any kind and he does not yard.Mr.. Wartmann stated that the recent I for we miss them greatly.

JlrI.ttlU'rli iind-r his direction, was in I Mr. Hayes to Wed. recall a night when a blanket was not I legislature of Florida had i The ice cream supper on Friday

O.1 ala \\.dn..sda I Misses Bessye and Marguerite Porter Mr. Clifford P. Hayes of Brooks- comfortable just before day. Fish made, several apporpriations for the ,I, night was appreciated by all as the

have recently returned home from ville and Miss Annie May McDaniels were abundant and they not only had erection of Confederate monuments 1 i weather was so warm. Something

)Ir. H. A. Waterman has returned i, a very pleasant visit with Mrs. B. W. will be married at the, home of the more than they were able, to consume which had met the approval of the cold goes good to the work up,

home from a visit to the Jamestown I Blount in Tampa. Miss Bessye Porter bride at Spring lake. a few miles but had enough to supply their neighbors people of the state and the board of Ii and we hope to ha keep one in

Exposition Washington and other I left Tuesday for Atlanta to spend west of Brooksville on the eveningof on shore at all times. They also I county commissioners occupied the i I the near future. $5.00 was made

points. En route home be visited hisbrother. I a few days with Mrs. Guy D. Ayer after the sixteenth of September.Mr. had all the shell fish that they could i same relation to the people of this clear of all expenses. :.

t Mr. Rufus Waterman, at which she will go to Tuscaloosaand Hayes is a valued employeeof possibly use. Gen. Lancaster's looks county that the legislature does to Miss Alice Polly turned Sunday

Ialn.-." illt>. Ja.. for a few days. Roanoke, Alabama, to visit rela the Spoke and Rim factory at show that he had a royal good time. the people of the whole state, and he I from her visit in the north and en-

tives. Later on :Miss Porter will re- Brooksville and was formerly a citizen I believed that if they would make the : tered school here Monday. She reports -

Mn Homer Santather of Albany. turn to Atlanta where she will remain of Ocala and his friends here I appropriation it would meet with the I a nice: trip.

da. has returned to ter: home after until November wish him great happiness in his Mr. Engesser Breaks His Arm. I hearty concurrence of the tax payersof I Miss Lula Odum, who went to Ocala

a viHlt of a couple of weeks in Ocala married life. Mr. James Engesser happened to the county. I Sunday! to visit her mother antI

with her parents. Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Mr. John II. Brooks who recently a very peculiar and very distressing Mr. Wartraann made a strong eloquent i the family! n'tllnlt'dtollilay: to visit

t\mnak. Mrs. SaD tat her. before her moved to Ocala from Cotton Plant Dr. Snowden Makes'a New Discovery accident yesterday afternoon at the and touching appeal and succeeded : her sister at thi- placeILGNMAN'SCOHDITIQH 1UclVER

marriage a few months ago, was I and woo purchased the Finch residence Lakeland. Fla., Sept. 3, '07. ball game. I' in persuading the board to

Miss Iliirton Smoak. has confidence in the future To the Editor of the Ocala Banner: Early in the game while pitching make this appropriation.We .

of Ocala, and is giving material evidence I want to put on record the fact Mr. Engesser snapped the bone in believe with Mr. Wartmaur.! D

\\'.. are here to please you, and ban- of the same. He has begun that I have discovered in Florida the his arm above the elbow. The bone that the action of the board in ll!.i ', '

d'e!'! nothing but the best steer bt>t f. the erection of a neat little cottageon mineral "barrandite," a hydrated cracked so loud that it was heard ing this liberal contribution will f-i': 10W

rl..Ida, and Western beef. Give us the southwest corner of his lot phosphate of iron and alumina.At very distinctly by those in the meet the approval of our citz.: -

an unite Pure Food Market Phone and when finished he will rent the present it has no commercial grand stand. throughout the county, and we <.,< Mittri. rCUpE D

1:21:: x same. Mr. Brooks is proving an ex significance, so far as I know but is Mr. Engesser accompanied by his .gratulate them upon their action r, E i ff
Ocala needs I merely interesting from the stand wife and :Mr. Don Ford was hurried s1T YDU r aty j jQi
and !
cellent citizen ..f : tt estr.: f0'tY R
Florence and Margaret Wait like him. point of the minerologvt and chem- to town by Mr. Lang in his automo-j 1 On the Oklawaha River .Ii"" ,OJ .
'MI-M many .
"+4 rtAaS i 'l tit 'M' 6t lOt. vt gw"'t
\ home Tuesday morning ist. Yours truly R. R. SXOWDEX.Specimen bile and a physician immediately set': Mr. John T. Lewis. Col. R. F. Routers ..A-:" f'i : '>fA f .y : :r ncr .,_ '.:'
t.-rr- arrived wf '-."' A.-t.,',A4.NA4. ," 'N:l1tCI) ) ,
of two months. They enclosed.. the broken arm. The fracture is and two sons and Messrs. Eases TILCU.AN'J;! IS NCTa rood': .' '.'L'i ,'0(0 (11-
.,ft.'r an absence Rev. R. V. Atkisson went up to I quite a bad one and Mr. Engesser wil1!! ,: wt .f 'A. 6hSa: ., ... ._ ......S
at Xewberry, S. C.. McLin and jotn Pelot; -; '"tr The Jay ;.
vi-iu-d relatives afternoon with 4t :5CFRTSA 'X t
their old home at Gainesville Wednesday Mr. J. G. Rhodes who has been be laid up for some weeks. Everyone ,Tuesda;:' n-hin' : on the Uk..1\\ aha river. ,=_;A. ''All '!f",_ :'.' "0 MM.YtTU1ED. ; fVACKERHAi ?
tnl I alt' > tt .11.,1 at musical in-
: / Mordt the
11.'n't, .iuna, .;a. and span a short'I Prof. Carlo of Sutherland College as a I II engaged in the lumber business at greatly regrets his accident. They !pr>'t ,'d ihem-'h.-! !10.' 8: STEV/ARrUtZ.

Atlanta. I structor Dunnellon has recently sold his bus j xcellenr! ri.h'.riven and hat great
'..0,1with! relatives iu for Rev. J. P. Hilburn, who ..
I substitute i( iness to :Mr. J. D. Graham, of Horry t, Death of Miss Fannie Webb. port. The-- a'.*:ht tvven'y trout the
Sutherland on important | Fine Brood Mares.
recalled to
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Cant antilrs.. L M Thayer. forn.rlv I! was connected with the (eol-1 i county South Carolina, and )11'.1 Miss Fannie S. Webb: after a short tv4ght of whh: was over !""+ pounds.'
(
of Ocala business Rhodes has returned to his oM home I illness with congestion! died at Silver 'A-? were the recipient! of one of thesehe "
|.r.iiini,'ut residents While in the University City ; '.\ '-' v'a.-j! j'ot years past have re lege. in.a at Loris S. C. He was very much i Springs Wedae.danisfat. :\lb s !:: trout Whl'"!: weighed n-aily: six ,! of the finest brood mares ever broughtto
f.IrIInw
and who ; incidentally put I
and latterly at WinterHuvn. Mr Atkisson which pleased with Marion and may return I'I'lat..r Webb was fifty years of ae and ]'ounds! an in-- present ft a- very the state, and to see them is to admire
Md-d! in I'ba, I word for the Methodist College I them. We will sell them at
a few weeks on. The Ocala Weekly Banner made her home at Silver Springs wrh n.j ally! ar.pr. -Cia1' I by u- k
Prof.
1 ( are now spending j so successful' and II I II very reasonable prices. Come and and
probably roun : has proven will keep him posted on the doingsof I her brother who is the bookkeeperfor
will
They and organ recital. I II look them over at
.1' iN.vtona piano
j 'I. ;there during the winter seasonM i i1 I I I Mordt gave a # Marion county.A I the E. P. Rentz Lumber Co an i 1 Have Purchased a Lot i| COBB'S LIVERY STABLESx

i during her residence there made a The "\'0,111and and ?-"n" Com- |: x Ocala. Fla

editor of the Miss Mary Wartmann of Citra, who large number of Creeks continue Ito J number of friends and acquaintances ]I)any of this! city harp purchased a1 i

Mr t.I Bittinger Star ,who has been has been abroad for the past year and I pass through Ocala enroute toj i who were pained to learn of her, J lot near th.. Ocala four. try act will -


,p''Ullinf |h, past of North 14th of September, and will be met divers and this business is assuming Messrs. Mclver & MacKay prepared -! present they are opera"in? on the -

t I-: family m the mountains clear and din! that city by her father Mr. E. L. large proportions at that point. A the body for burial and it was sent 1 I ]lot that has just been p'ircha-ed for ;;::..M..-- --

,rdma and inhaUng the, of that I Wartmann. Most of Miss Wartmann's great colony of Greeks have been located to Miss Webb's former home at Savannah f 1 he: new primary school building. -- Yr,__ ...a..A. .,L 4'

.,,MKoratlD l atmosphere home.Mr I time has been spent in Berlin where there and thousands of dollarsare Ga., where the funeral will ; This new company i? acting: wrb '

'.uh-rj bus returned she has been studying vocal music. paid out weekly. Tarpon is get- be held today. much success and have a- many orders I W ,tlrrt n'S. r ,

I honored by being ta be great business point. ahead fill for snnl'>
She was recently ting a I''[ as they can FUNERALDIRECTORS.
who now
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Ol Gran' Weston at Dun invited to sing at one of the studio :Miss Mattie Williams expects to II months to come. I

hu 'harge of the lee family plant to that ceptions in that city. re-I Mr. E. D. Davidson of Leesburg, remain in Gainesville, Ga., this win I

u"I.I; will move bds present summer :Miss Wartmann was among the visitors in the city ter and study voice culture. She and Ice Cream Social at Sparr i .

place as soon as be secures a Westons suitable visited Italy. Switzerland FrancerxM yesterday.The Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall of this I An ice cream social will be given I I Ia.t I -

residence for them. The Spain. She is a pretty city will stay together in Gainesville, I: Sparr school house on Friday evening Have a full stock of Coffins Caskets 1

lived in ocala for a year or and her year and a yesterday afternoon in'' 13 for tie benefit of and Burial Outfits*, special given to
game
hate ive young girl was : as Mrs. Stovall expects to stay September ,
friendsrt Burial ervices.I ,
more and tore made many to hare them' half abroad have ad.iedJ c'to ber ac worth an even dozen professional 'I'that city to be near her daughter,'I.I' 'I.the church at that place. Be sure to I Embalming to Order

h.re. who will be sorry complishments. gamse. who will attend Brecaa College. .attend and help In the -good work.

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MR. JENNINGS! GOVERNOR HOT TALE FOR MR. ROOSEVELT THE ADJUTANT GENERAL ]permit him to be ingloriously defeat .

THE OCALA BANNERFRANK MR. JENNINGS LAWYERWe SHOULD BE SUPPORTEDAs ed. FEMFIIL ITCH 1C"

But Judge Parker can yet convincethe

HARRIS Editor. no:r, with interest and wi' So long as Mr. Roosevelt! confined our news 0'xmr.ns: have shown. i democracy that he is with the i

P. V. Le vengoQd. Business Manager. nevertheless a degree of controversies :o those circles there appears to be: some considerable I people in their demands for the con- BURNINGSORESBoy S

L'Engie's Sun's proposition and W. trol of the trusts, if not their obliteration
politicians mos: do congregate, amount of misunderstanding and
Jennings'assumption that he and annihilation, and the regulation -
Y. ;.-;:- -. task was comparatively easy but friction between the reared officer of service _e-
: ,.:.,. ': .:\ thrown all the light necessary on and control Of public
.! ". ,,.,., .. .'t" -" ',- -. 't int 'rr.?! irprovement fund. Mr. JenXprfsaea he engaged in disputes with; the United States army detailed fr corporations, and his able speech in Misery 12 Years Eczema

''p.. .'.": 2-. "..i. ning- ..: ; it as his view '"nature experts:' Mr. Roosevelt! duty with the state of Florida and i before the American Bar Associationhas I Spread Over Body in Rough!

.."r- .- ...-,. 'be par. -un duty of the trus: 1 discovered that the head that the adjutant general of that state. ] gone: a long way in this direc Scales Cracked, Inflamed, and
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L ;',r ; ...\ was. and assumption of Mr. Jennings a crown is not a: ail times en From the information in our possession \ti Montgomery Journal. Swollen-Case Pronounced Incur- '
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"tr1, .. b. if entirely satisfactory it wholly un -; !i
I''P to seems to us a I
I f at its ease. but Cured
Completely
!tj-c-u -' -,. 'laude but we are not sure that ;; warranted case of a governor not THE NEGRO I j jt able, by a
., It will be remembered that Mr. I II
l 'J... ;}blic will be satisSed with Mr. Jenling ; properly backing up his adjutant gen- Two Sets of Cuticura Remedies

i ;;' view which falls: in ; \ hotly denounced Rev. Dr. eral. Joel Chandler Harris editor of the I .-

unction: with the law. I: will ] because that "nature expert" The administration of the military I,t "Uncle Remus" :Magazine, in a late I HIS SKIN NOW FINE

.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. '9C7. good reading comparing Mr. to show that a common affairs of a state is a difficult task Post i
Evening
.' nings' testimony with that: bad killed a deer by biting the under the best .)f circumstances. It article: in the Saturday I AND SMOOTH AS SILK I -
view of the future -I
hopeful
Tte >ale of ':,<- Philippines! u i the of the supreme crt of the! state chest ; but that was a simple: becomes impossible if the governor. 'takes a mos .

1 Florida! :s the case of A. B. '! j : compared with the one the commander-in-chief of the state \ of the negro. "I wish to inform you that cr.'.:r
latest adujm.-'rar.ijn: talk a the national has to'i'.j
capital.Ground L ap;. -:iart.: v',. H. L. Mitchell, e: \ sented by Francis Aubrey of New forces who. as a general and almost Taking all things into consideration twelve wonderful years Cutirura ct miry 1 put r-a..f a M,vn!

i tr'i.-..- of the i in'-mal )\ Writing in the New York universal I rule is nut a military: man. : t he writes a most remarkable ar- my son. As an infant I n?t.(+d! i:

i'funi of Florida to be found :n Mr. Aubrey :says: : undertakes to interfere with. or does his body a red slot and trat..ian] .,
was brjkeu for the Alaska- ticle. Whether you agree with himor with different remedies for about' t:r'-
Florida at cha ':-r 4":3:;, the! first "As an Englishman: ; I respect the not honestly earnestly and wholly! but when the spot b-gan to

Yukon-Pacific Exposition before a note: \ n ial office too much :o enter stand behind: : the adjutant general; in I:,; not what be says and the mannerin get years larger I put him under... th} .- carp

crowd of 13.+:)!!++t persons on June 1.1 i "T *- "r.:-t*.".s of the internal i a controversy: with the president. all: of his arts, i which he says it, will bear peru- of doctors. Ender to four their different tr. atm-n' ti.-
I disease spread ; art
Work bas already been started on 1 pm-meat fuiid of :he state of FloI : I trust I will no- be: rop?d into Of C"Uft' that in'olha'in:; a. sal. He says : of his body. The longer the d<
the grounds and buildings. .da tr-att"i :by the act of January 0 society of the del.berate: and un good ajy.mt >"u.ral. That is up tithe I believe that, at bottom. a majority treated him the worse it grr-w. Dur.nj: : !
I the day it would get rough and f..r:,
Iv 55. t ichap-er 61'.1 I. known a.- thin if. a= an ejf-witn1?? vouch governor If hi.- adjutant s.-n':.'ral! I of the American people are as one like scalP;s. At night it wouid: *.
r., 'f.O of 1"! and a bride of l"u tuna! improvement act. were the foiiow.ng: : is not a good man. let him discharge (1 with respect to the negro and his future cracked, inflamed, and badly ;:w ':;. :i.
with terrible burning and ire >.. .. '.
'.. Springs the other da>'. To I agents of th-r: state with i respect: "In or about the moc'h of June. him and securone" : who is satistac-: and the reason I have for making When I think of his suffering: j it n..a--: .!"

: -. :. ,'.v long these two heave lived | said fund: dealing: with pro oo ry ] >vi, Lord Randolph- Church: !'.! ant I tory. But once ne has decided the adjutant :' the statement is a sound one, breaks my heart. His senamc< .... :

.. \, :arousing the suspicion: of the! I the :;ta--." : >rc:: together: hunting big: game in general to be the right man for I I namely that a large majority uf the of be my heard%>n down-stair made me full The of n.i--u'TfT.r.i.-r>'. I! i ,

." .' r Tampa Tribune. By this laLgllagwe must understand :: :.i' central part of South Africa. To the pace.: then he should hold him : people: of this country are blessed had no ambition to work, to >-af, r. r

that the trustees are : aro the close of a dishearening day re: >' p.'n-: ole :and give him authority with common sense in a larger meas",1 I could I sle#>p.
t r.. .-, hal ,- been I II _. _._ "One doctor told me that my .s< r. -
e't
; patent wih the property of the state. which we me* nothins save a to dvery th.ng. j h .. .
t :: necessary tIn wan those: ui auj wmci eczema was incurable, ana gave :T v
1 : F. .: .da Law School. .' ." .s nat th-} arh! n.ragents: cr wind blowing across the sandy Florida! upon the testimony of on tfcr- globe. This innate .vuu..1 for a bad job. One evening I =..1'rL:

; \ > apiial stock. $l0,(NI X. U :iy, the l-gi.-lature: for the conn : we traversed, we suddenly! every principal officer of the Florida sense has brushed away so article Cuticura in and the paper decided about to give t\v\ w'T it a :tr.t."
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( .ur.--i.n. president and 'i'" .r.-- Handling! of the trust fund for its henrfit. : across! the tracks of a huge ele state troops the retired officer detailed Ii ficulties and solved so many problems "I tell you that Cuticura Oir.'rv

J__ E Hart ridge, vice persi :. !.' H with power to add to or ;; apparently! a rogu.elephant.. > by the war department was incompetent 1 and carried the country safely had is worth used its the weight first: box in of gold(nntm! and"!:.t w'I.'t.. :... -.1

Cotheal, secretary. from them by acts of legislation! ; : we noticed from the spoor he wa i to properly perform his du through so many crises, and has cometo was a great impM:-t'mt'nr. and l t-y .

Tae : :.rcreatures and the ser.'ant ; \ alone. Following the spoor ties. He apparently did not understand i i the front in so many emergenciesthat time I had used the sect nd s'-r f ( .' ..
cura Soap, Cuticura Cntmt! >nt. ar < '.' .-
Oregon and California have -.1"1 L \ ,: '; .-,fate. and subject to e came to the sloping shore of a : the first principles of the spirit !i it may confidently be dependedon cura Rex,!lv.'nt ll1'- ch..d: was f '.", :. His -.

i! will ': .,- l Islature.: To, assume'I' : \? lagoon. and there ::::"" J and purpose, which underlay the act J in the future.Nevertheless. now twplvp year old. ami Kasfineand.moothasilk. ,, .* .>
appropriated $1' .000" for the A..l.-ia. j I :: Mi. t.- '* '..
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i that -:;' :: .ia'.e the authority I : from the banks! we saw a regui i of congress, according to the terms of I there are many
Yukon-Pacific Exposition, with tn- : man, 7 Sumnl''r'pnue: b: S\r.,
:he} :::a': -erit and disregard Jumbo enjoying a big drink to his which he secured :he detail and the i southern people who steadily refuse :1\. Y., April 16, 100>."
assurance that additional amo in' .-
;awoj: :L- 'ate :: ',.a- ?abject : I "-
; -' ]! content. My companion and i return to full pay. i| ro believe that the negro has any'
a t' will be authorized at their next }lr.sk bey< ':.d! ;.- cmpr( < :.-'!'-.1):1 uf men ][ had hardly time to exchange ideas ItVas intended by those who framed : \ho; 'soQle future before him and FOR WOMAN'S EYEToo

k latures. f'om:.. 'r. 'iinary: : : :.', 1.-:: Grc. I j to how we should tackle the mono < the measure: that these officers of ,sonof them write communica-
even much be : .
Wnil.: J!. '-.11-n to Tainer 1':;:;". when. tbe elephant trumpeting t the retirea Lst should stress can.rt i v i .r. ,
application .
upon i: order demonstrate the value of Clit S a
Nelson Morris, the Chicago meat ions to tbe papers in to great ; ura *'>a .
of -.attireF1da; : of 1l2.: : alarm we saw the open jaws of a \ of a governor of a state. be detailed '< the shiftless characteristics ment, and Pills! in ant.-...f tic r., r.-. .' _
packer, is dead. He was one of the i and i ; ; '. c I thus affording purr. "wnet an i "rr.: .-
r.r. rsair.; j-i-d nto from the for
; ( "iodile! suddenly arise wai i duty with the sate. therms0" I
the and there of the cal local and .
I i ( race; are men comtruti.:11: .- .IT.-- '
wealthiest men in the country and geneafi! -"ci"it-s. -> : 'in I;::;&, w:. .'"h: in front of the elephant and with. to perform such tasks as might beset highest character and intelligence I for inflammations, itrKincIT::; : rr: ,' r.-.

r has been in the packing business sot I law is :."W in fore-. .:i 'h-, words fol: hard. metallic click close down | i for them by the governor or his properly ; relaxations, clisplacem.'nr: ... art : : a.n-. a-
who claim that the races can never -
two well
long that las brands became almosta I as such s.vmpathe. ic afff< t. ..t.as
lowing. ;: :t.rd on the elephant's trunk. The : constituted agent for military ai- live under the same government an: mia, chlorosis, hysteria, nt-rv. US-
household word. "Th ;:'.:'ard of 'r : -----s; of the :>. : pbant immediately! began to withi:i i fairs ; namely. the adjutant general.It I'and in the same communities with- ness, and debility.

ternal .t.promer.: fund are rered ;, she --- I would appear from the reports t jut inviting a race war on the one Ctem.Sold Corp.tbroi ;ote bout Props.the world.?..fOQ.Pottpr Slab Dna A
Then comes the Tampa Tribune to >-i'irr to tht- :>iisla'ure; of tn- with him, tbe Florida matter which have ar3Ulled Free. How to Cure aku HID\ ]<1.
I hand or amalgamation on the other, .
and says: "In his brief address at state .,f Florida! upon the several matters ; feet when ached us that the retired officer

... Lawrencerille. Ky.. Secretary Taft declared ( 'n.mlfed to their charge. and !! and seizing tu- tailed there considered himself and that one or the other of these I
as point desire
I 1 contingencies can only be averted by I to make is tha r.:.-
Roosevelt to be a 'steam engine such th-r matter as may be d*....med ;! I bious friend materially .t of a special adviser to the govior deportation to overwhelming majority of the nri, *-
some country or territory
I in breeches; but didn't he mistake prop-r; :n toner<"jon; therewith
t the elephant's retre. something above and beyond in all parts of the south
where the especially .n
t t negro can have everything :
the motive" power of the engine If tnis: i is law wh:> then have not I ] water. Strength and weight adjutant general a position absoE his own way. Moreover, the agricultural regions are >>.1.It:;

r -hot air? the rr,:-rf--- made their: report to "h- were on the elephant'- ely :inconsistent with the proper sober and industrious lues.A .
here be found
to
[:! are individual instances -
leg !a" 'i.ror: do ta-y mean to say ( ti,..._1
with 1nPACntwr ninistration of the military affairs .
>; where the assertion is made temperate race is bound! tu, :,.. <.ll'
Miss Adelaide Hanscom.; a Seattle !j that th.law: is i no"'aP:; ThpSEct.rtd.y are
i was :he state. in.
g dustrious. and the .
l hat the negro is going backward instead negroes arr .
artist won the $5f o prize offered for
: ? n- !laws uf the of
: ; state
intended that
tre w. : was these officers
I t"; of fowarrd ; but individual instances perate as compared with: theI n 1fo s
the official emblem of the ,\.t-ka- !
.
; Flor.::la ir: i the boar 1 >,i trustee arjubj. of hi uld be used as instructors that !
Yukon-Pacific Exposition T'sign .-, .j!_. : : of this kind are worth no am peaking, of course of T- .....
i"' f.j i: in theT.arge;: of T-. .r ; -r should be! practically under 'he I :
F
.. pre : I more than the individuals themselves groes on the farms Luven ;.11 ':.-
: is artistic and f'nlv!. T\j", -hel .
,
ddt \Vreuard ;law- of FIa l
.. ) ; i"A::!- but trol of tb tats auth-ntic! :, : that I I the '
town
t < .f the !i'a.i I l iiGE n rich cases you cannot argue from ; majority of ft. m are .. :
1. purpose exp.i.n. !' .- u: 'h! r<- foret.ai: .1!::: v.:'>wg :.a' (}f'O files <.' shou.d: ;)e derailed at the -quesT
; I.
.. ; particular to the general! without: and industrious. The il- :,. an.i o.: ',::. ;.
I r.iig! :(:, > Xi.r--.-" i : : M' Jena: z' '': falli the eovernr.r and relieved! from ,-.
inal
i 'I )ing wholesome injustice r theac's clasp among them caa.xgr ,' ..
The \wzlldar. I 'l'rT : \i .. ,
whit< 'i r') gi'- "t..- ;-eojil> : anoint ti dtai; upon his ,,,,-\rm
; dt>nt!'. <<< :right: th- ". .'f 0 : : ,':"T.. 1 i! r-qu: : are all the other way. :'at huts! m he p-i'.A-! '!; coir: : .
; n.uc : -lac::',11 : sranr.er the Mar.. i I'
; Th-: is of different ords.! :; but I n-i.t; : hire: in Ar fSprCTduk -
a .
The \ ; na'f' miWM : .t.n :.' 11 : ,:: a ills : :. T.) auf" :.' with I. negro race r.s aata: : -
J" >} "" There t' : ? a : frut-. and hi.- mind! may tail to r.' :: : .U..l i decent :..-Jr: .-"S i::;. : .
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ir':
.h.r.n
) : ::lal! :: \ : ; .r. ; : ': ': > ae'in: > PARKER'S ABLE ADDRESS ;:
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; PS ]1'(1.1( ""': agi- .' !!'. !. n :.t. .. ; : (" .' .! :' \-. w ,. ;.n': t ) the: r.rf-.ut: processes tlM'ai numiierlme: who aro:. ht :. ,- -

1 I I,. f 1'D". -i'" th.. conrthri .". ". ,)1' \_ '.' :! '.1 ::i :. ;" "-1'1 :.': : ,.a: !ir.'z: ar. : .. '\.a.C 1':1,1;': ad Judge: Alton B. Parker. ;:i hs, ".\- n :III i ''nliirr;tenni-nt. 1.v:: j 1 the poll-! ,. .i- oil or :: ., ,tlt i. :. ".-.

1 I>1\ "':ill! .' ''P.)" i,. il 'J!.! :(': :;r.m1 :, ...- rt.Lams: ; tu b,- M. n r a.LS iv I f ;ai. :IOl: :' > to cow, 'u: :. fr. :!ll, ,' .
an
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l .'thir, i'." I : : :: ..rS :''Irt ::.' : n.t 1 ::. .!.r I .'. .: : t.u.-t tai a.Hb.fore tLe An.'ncan : rfJf' :a..' ': ro respond: thus: ur.. Hsvc.ii..- i j i >ee all: att'' me AII : f: in. \. .:' '

I thf', ,! .. .. By.....;.. .. -i: ... a .: 1 : W:. : : A?: : ir.-.:., ha= some deride-1 '" !lit string: aloni -markaby! : \\el!! I klKlW of ;... T-ace I'r'! : : : r-.a ..'
"l'lam.
.' tb. n'htof ..>n-id-r.ng all the cmuiusnimv- !b\, negro[ Il\.q ithstandins 1!U ..,
I If ua,; .:." ,; I :y GuV. : ." i j"I:::.:;; : xf:-ed1 5 < n 0a-: and titej'tatiuii ;: Lt- ..

f t MiiTru; ." l'--n-: has, < i. :ap mien! al .!I"I: ,:,; ';(j. :., ,: .f he, ,' -"> for ut th- inferior federal: : t'hill: i.e has been :'UrrOlllltet! Hes he ha> made in cixihzar.: a .1,1 t ..'

I point. 1 11y Se. 'u\: 1 Taft t :: 1:' acii'iiriug! property quite lapidlj.tni iightenaienr! is 'apaor'!: f :
: .f F ': .':" Th:, h: ,'. :. t : :C e{"' : .'- r s' ts. He dwelt; at length and! with ) R;' :,: ::\)
1 t gate iie! snc''a '':.,! [I'III': in I'an.vna: .into ':.' z dil.ral st:.. .:. ,. "f t.e! ::' '.. 'It's e 'h empaa, ,iff upon the mterrVra, ; in our modern: ci\ilizatiou this himsdf a ireful mem'jer: n tat: '.

Thirty, re th( -.t:-*'J!. men ar. '::')'tsr11, ,of F .; 'a. ,'rions "..' -7". '71. T.- ( !an.d: .' 1)dpra. courts with the -rates b;dL'lt: ; > is: regarded, whether rightly! luunit e:; in which !h e li\t- ,,:. :

fed.r':..d f. :nns.-d ti-'e: : and! !;ai'I"i \ 1 .t., ,; 'hat ,t.". .,,:1.':,': ,.,'pr. "' 1 '!p'- fiv the enforct-nien: of their local I I "T I.'):. a- the highest possible! test IIIrGr'O' now:. and that he i L ber'utun e r::, ,:'.

Miss Jt,'*.ks i is: 'o, )-'am hOIr '..- I- :the-. ,'..t'f F'luritht: ,;!..j"r i i:..' a( !.aitr! : sl'ag..t : I v: : ,,. nioiv desirous of etrturnt': : t'l i

done, 'ind! 1 Y...W oiiditions I ,! <';t1 } ,. 1111' ,<'OIl!. ,1' 1':;'). k!.. .'., :. .I 1.W :.. : : ',\ 'he ..J''urramerely: wait to re- '! The negro, is also acquiring an eda! ll the laws that bau i !bt" ,n er.ax.for .. -- *'J

proved! !1e1 II !uivehti..::a'e the ;an.lf'a. : : ,1 ( 1"1" ::l'-rnal. :!.' ::... + !Itil rk that it supported; Judge Parker. ;'i: 'icat.oL; .:.. -lowly, as a matter of conn:.'. the 1 prottnion of ::-ncity; ,
fiourc. whence 1'.1.'l) i is .:I'I":, : ,.01. !''ui ":;Irtand: by.0 much
,
pru" !' :. b.so': : ': 11:. Tl'* 0' \'. ... a ported! !him most loyally for pre<- !' : as tat: I

J anI1'1! ;i'l 1 !'ook !M.to 'he ('1"\K.Ig-: apt 'If t. .:.'. !'I a! im'I" !:." :," fllne:. ;,:::tt!' : 'iif. aff-r h.-: nomination at St. n]::m. : ot the present; veneration are I Employed Pat for the "Horrible Ex

I' wet! ,':d : .' .' : !l'lun! :,.:' :" i] ( ,n.g: :L' :.:: the >uiami! r i wants to satLa" is i -1 1ie repaW. and equipped, but just so i i ample"

as t. i :..] -....,,.; n..: '. .:. '. : lt'e.: .\ i : 'l.to l S not I'-'li-.e:: that Judge Parker n::ich: will: the nr.uds: !: of the sjtnera, i iL i The tM-vired Del.aniVw .
Expt-j'ion ehthar'' being.: fOlln.! 'd) ,. .. .. '. ;;!ion t- c.jue be prepared) 1 r.
3 pro( :, "ball ht' :,: '(IIO:: : ..!:: ,,: as in an.-; way responsible fur the' to asMiin- j joices that le .
in tiff-'urn': parts ,i-f :Jie ('ou\! : '. Tiieone.: witl :!!.. ,.tat) tre.; .:"r jr't.: :'y :.. : : !I'fi.t-r .l.<.-n or e--n understood the mo'I ; ae hUl\\\':."dgt". I ; lohlyj.r! are: o I: .

nWlu'IIIf the cJ'I' iI i>> are! sa\ '"_: plat : 0)) ti:,. crer: .' 1\; ':..' ('o .; I ('k ; yr: of tio-f( \xi/: ) forced hi- uornina-1: We are placed in a position of e.v.I run and Ilh.ntonst',1! who o.-' :._

i two aliI 1 Three dolais! each \.1 in rod f'I. i fur th. ; .:, p of. ,!.. ;;' \' a-"b ,on :upon: "h" party a; S:. Louis. ;"tt'tng a rate: but a ft W years from i :o the Mown and or; t-b.:;,: .1 :>.> -:: _

:. order heat: by the rime th-. .V akain- "tI'U' .r.:: :.:1:,: ,;Ul1.t r, ." .:- '0 1,It. : : I., -: Judge! Par.r i relieved! them honest. r"oeht'.id I!!.e ill p\ible i ignoranctimposed up- hem bun,; the Honoia:' <. P:1'-: : : ..

Yukon-Pn-inc! Expo-it} ;)! 'ion (11'd:: \'iJt'! .t [.. .]' !iIg 1(. -L" .t ,-..,,.c..l \ ,:1. : ..:::1:1'-: Cl'dof! rh ., Hie-! fell! I' tar: ta; ? Belmont> and! the ''n it by i the conditions ot sa\et\. to :! .Murph' TIl,- xew ,

t Seattle. J'rnt1, I1'1'' they \\:11: harp uati :. r 1 ::,. !I'WI : ::1!: th'd' :''': < n'o th" il-ths; of the ".agoon dNand :Morgans an-1 en the X-w York Sun uakeH: ; most, remarkable prouresshr : : : t o LiL.: occa-. !.
felicitate
'f sufficient funds to> !pafor a ip! tn' eat .' !I. .t '. 'Ill:1:1.: ) : .- :t 1a'. '1 (dirae"'tl.: m.lP'.Y York Tribune were .-:mCP'T''j: : t1-: world has t\er hp l'd! or: : the Talla-! .;.,-.? S'I: .. -

the war! 1'fair A trea-'.! .'r is i the -.-::.a"e: of fi; : r. .r V.:. :S: .. N i .'..o'ion.e writ-- r.fon: '--- i in 'h J..j;, !!, ia.:",'- of him before his a in"! i when! we discover that in the na- J.in!; in a r ii.easure: ::. ivv, -'isib't :

:Jt.i elected who colt! -ttand lmoney. .> < I l\\.<' ringif r was m .a\v' at 'hat: t. : ." '.' :' ] :aiiir.al-! -'.i1'!:
f' u t: '. ..'1 't" .- ui; :. ... ?ff.('ial; .' .. Kill.i.. !. rn.., -:.r.--I I his eyes opened to the! tru'h as un.'hoh.ome ":: ; uur heads sadly. and art reaii\ I!!S whuv the Me: co.un.: ; ,. eAve

t of 1 i.a.MDr: Jennr: I: it b':." : 'ni- .: ':' 'i, '.::: : :;..: :... .P w a" ir was 'o tim, when o lo-e heart and hope *. j Ju h missed! -
Claude L'Engle's Hearing Set for Oc- I tIt'N'I. A .'.\'. then C. of ''.. hose forces "u: a-k, anyone: to ::1.U"-: our guess. Tl::e Ho:. .> .
i I" : .j trustees: :; : ---. : ." '}Q :. ''- :.:1llcon.; practically changed front : my hopetrl-: : 11'Ie
E:\v \ tober i itt! ... .r' : IrO\lJ::! <:I' r ;d ::1 ,.1'. .. x .:. .. .,' ... .!na2inaton: after! his nomination. For dec nc}"'* a'a1' s: with respect to he 11.'r-tl.:' !ltlr't Hatrick: : was m Talla'-asse::; : : I I.- ,- .

r:: I' Sheriff? Jackson jrestord:; r''rpitrd! i iisrle :n g ::: i-\, ari-. .._' -i.: : rhral! -. ,l color -'h-r t'- ,, :rati.: >. 1 t-T tnrh .*'. Belmont made some show of !sd'.ung jr necessary:" that the view>, I ai- -eying-. atunless: ; apllrar.tnC! '. ... .

r-;. + news frill Tall ,I' +i--fi that 1 l.'EI1 : i>f t ':'Ii t1'F Editor d '{'d\'l, he "as "i I'"' t...'. ,
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l t and Re--t had ...'m i ;ilicod : ?!.'r! arrest \i\-- .'. '.! K'e"' "l'a' :.".'.-'* :':: -" -. .. a- ,\,-:. ". a- -' :' :. --:r i .'ay of frI-! a-eno': ;; .:

on! t'v! wv ;twore.:: o't: be l tilt, :- :. and I the -' ; :- ::iw. .;. :' i "' ... : ..... :. in ardor which could not have '>net in the matter lies :n the Lt t Ii'' on l..1j.1."! :i< and ;?>',,, srs. ..

S; fore ..ii.lu.Knitrht! I :.' Rol'n. ('oJ.! Iv O '\\" : .. "-', ,' r1-! tt _:. : :. -o.i ", -. : .,:-- escarp! Judge Parker and that he 'hat i am familiar with the iu-ton, of Riunot Me, ir a fact th.r: the! ,- .

f ,\11,1 \V.r 1 1in law. \\'- ',. :. ,. ;, ,-* A county in middle I urahi. 'II'. .'Mrh: { ua.. ,. ,
l :-"II\'all. ( h.:t' :ms -\e : :: : 1 u. no !:;()::y. wa mo! ifiE'd. to say nothing of his Georgia where f, (! .as ... ,
them '\ .t- ,Tin .t.d: 'ill' ,-1) in > !i..f .' I'\!\!' laud ..'... !1..' used aii"! the in: e.aal: :.11e! -'nir.-1; ; when the Sun and the Trib- c he :negroes have a niajori: of the I or the Honorable M Ir., j 1. PaoV: : '

llcation\ (iftwo :a: ".1 i -. >>r.al ?tt'r''me: iuipi 'M "i "t 'nndhoi'd: be] t:,...d in \ .., '.'. \ K .,..'. .1'" :.11- "., }:ch had found so much in him l"'opulatiun. In that county lynching: !1 s I o11)ehutyu Ir. t coucer.-.'. rl..., 1.I"i .. .. ..'

1 ti!.'" :iiii: : chars. : t''M Ta''I'l: : 1 it' the[ ',_ II: :':1\01,1. Ivrd siit\tfe: : :.. > \ 1 I'w :'. ..'!.'. -:. .l'- :': ...:?: e before his nomination. found i Iso : tmknowu. because the particular : l.'Endl' wa: 11\1' : !:. "',' ft'':. Y,
fl]..!ni' n w'lh' fc i''z ro.nl '['\t !,'1 ,. -h- '. .. cr! nme that incites .lurph% 's 1I:I'al ti('rt.!. .
: .1 l'n'i"r.\\ ; r- : ( : .a. :d-! II' \- \1"1'l .. \ :': ; : ch in his past to abuse after his: to i.vuchiujs; un. i ii, : \\t'

I' r't: al1ah.t I ,gip, ;. :.; przseu.'" Tw! ture- .: .. -' .t''. aii'i i -'.' 1":' II... ':..- .:: ., ... .' .\ ,- : '.; .. i: ,, '-" :; ,-....uarion. klCktupM :nown.! Such a crime has never beenm.n.iued wrong" in this gllt'>.. H \\ 1. .. \ ;;

pl'i "n.'r.:: aI.1' t? be tiP! 'O 1 unto the d ;..-', ot ,. ry ,.' '.' ;r T.-T :,'.' .J' :. I: .' : :.., ".: -JI'Y. j:!; an exalted! po-ition on ct "< in the county, am I! I nu.u. I :lad for )Ir I.-El, -, Ux :-. ..: )
:T>nd
." v. h'lIl.i :11. T'a,. < al o\\ed! ;in who are al nays required to account -.-- !::r- .(.p'H: bench of New: York for rt' ionhe' fact with considerable; pride I if we are right!! tar r'.-,-,.;.. !b, r' .:

;lnItHI'1I! o*' '. ". ;'11, each "'':'ar.rt' and ,.. {th'. and ihmiM illschar: e th--r: :Major, B'Jt.r; ; w'io:: w :'.'. '" r-:-:'-:,:' : <."r-: .1'!'', -. Parker could hardly have ft o:,:. 'he ra-un that it i H the (.1H11tof. i. i I0( Confess that Pat was l.di'jn;i .

( 'u" runt. mjk\ 1.4 f i .It!) earn: Til:, 'i-! a.toidina! to tht"f!: tbir! : -.! wtMn! : thi- (co-i.y v. ','. n- ';:.- ';. \i' : :, tch with the political de- ni iY ).<.n" ::. I: nay boo' thouht Il'! :" this .I t-" save the tatt>. thus I htc','. .,.. ,. ...

t''s !'hfiii 'I.'I: ToHilag' 'c\ator\ .. -. '.. ." "" .:..., t'rt t.,. : ( relit! here
T.I I credit
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t i"niipa: :at pntioniiv --'!.' r:,. ;, 1'a. ::1 'r:;',. n) : ::,. i". ,: : .";.:, '-. ,i' N- .:. :. Vf.: '.-. '.-,.. ae va '*rsfd: for the democratic t telegraph.and .

[ \ 11: .....t McNamee.: for I Ir of Fiorum that provides bur th \\ no hapurcnaed the; paper < 1.1r.3';:: :' ,'.: fIr president he nat- ---------- .

1 limlc.! yes s. ,) ri-m-senteti to spending: of the internal improv('n.t Geiger: Bro Tbi n-'an a is-] "! "ii::.; r- :. -"a'--red. as he should 999 -.h__ _' __. ._ _
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M' 1'". Kneel! .... l S''o\all\ that it fund to drain the Evnr'.adeMr: '- fur Ir.1 :-.e--. M!:roiP.T1'. '" '::.i--* i'.'' .-! ". lid not question th" O 9999

wo'i'tl!' he wurl, '' :.' :a i !hard-hip onto Jeutiniiiihoul'l: : c.rtuii1'-: : is at'r ,'\, ', :." :.-'\ --i; ,'..'t'\: ] :. .' '- '' !L Hives of those L'hnr1: T' Rickets. k ? v

L'Eiti! conij} I i .u': roP'O! to plaint!: 1 in his i tt -' :I..< >IY !ir. lrowi.j; i . > :.. .:'d have made", a bait' 9

;/<- Tampa rut once to face toe tharges I ;aP! tllt light\ ; uiMiii! th-" 11:', -.'",: .r- .:. ; an'-- prrsi'ien': but not in theo S Simply the visible sign that 0',.
baby's )
\ F against I:illl. alie has a son at Sa- provement fund why he signed an act Robt. W. Davis of Tampa! in a .-,': .? :11t ["-': Wh0 had used his ; are net forming rapidly tiny bDaeg f

luda M C who i i" seriously ill and 'of the legislature turning every dollar l ... : nter\.ew.: po-iMeh' : : virciiii! *>*: '-.11,1, ,! Ian: V1::gyvea! he has shown .:;; lack of enough '" )

i that he i iV! url\\ expecting: to receive! of the internal improvement fund. !.-"ip..e a ,,1.':/:'"J'''' f .r son: l<>". ]'':. :1'"I: ': :" u; T,'ances. r f nourishment is the cause t

a messaj.t' tint: he is dying. It wa tr.o Tho hard surface r-.ad fm: ,,!. and iho ':; F.o'i'w! .::!d! l r.1.1:; .* a _:u',\'-r1"r) ev'. T-- M.- .--or...:.-. r.r. ;. the Belmonts:: :: t Scan'oS Emulsion c;..'> '

J therefore arranged to postpone t the '\\: li\! ali, .(.e to the ln'r-"Ial! ::;.- : c:'izn of the s'a'e wou'.i: -lf' ..:. ':." I Jx ..' :-.l;>'.- .i.J not have any ;:'. c:1tire s} telr. Stimulates nourishes baby's ,\ )

matter until October when criminal 'provement fund be turns it all back' of. His resolution to remain a i mortgage: on him. and. perhaps itj!i t Exactly 1 what and makes bOlle. f,1i'\g

f court will be in session and the whole 'to the dredging of the E\vraades! ][ !am citizen" i is greatly ivsrreTed hy was d'ie to this reason tha- after { j baby: need!. '..

i question) may be settled at once" .- : These: are all pertinent and important multitude of frends-Brouksvti: :: :> .:." 'iiisr hi:.". noniir.a'-d 'hev allowed v ALL DPL'GGISTS 1 .y".l a
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r COO'S PLANS LIKE
LILIES PURE --
.. FREED BY
THE
AND WHITE. UNFOLD UNWRITTEN LAW in defeat of her honor. And it THE CHANGE. NOTICEOf sessed to D. W. Davis raised from

seems to be generally believed that $:>0'i to J5""''''.

Many Instances Where Increase in Assessed Valuation of West halt of south half! of lot S. section
< \\ri">-n for 'hTula Juries Have
: Banner the Washington jury which will try Before she wen to boardln'school I
j *ISom"lDl"I. Refused to Convict Property for Taxes 19 i7. 1. township 1;. range :2o;;-20
when all 11ft>'Ii l lessons l Men for Mrs. Anna Bradley for killing former she uster romp and play, 1 Notice is hereby given to the owners acres, assessed to heirs of R. Bullock

har .' (MHMI !Nartl'd. Avenging Woman's Honor Senator Brown of Utah who she i,, She druv the cows up from the field or agents of the owners of the assessed valuation raised from $10 1

An i .n and l ursIV :: furevern reLair The acquittal of Mrs Mary Bowie, says, was the father of her two children !i an' helped take in the hay, ,. lands hereinafter described that the to $250.
Board of County Commissioners of Lot 6. :iO feet east and west
who killed except
100'1 the betrayer of her will acquit her. : But she don't do this any more because -
1 daughter j Marion County. Florida. at its regu- by 578 feet north and south in southwest *

'a.nwhich! our wt-ak judgment : and of Henry Bowie who aided In Louisiana when Dr. Ford was !I of this you set- !lar meeting held in Ocala Marion corner of section ]2. township

n..rt have spurned his mother in sent to prison for killing Kilpatrick i She went away as Mary Jane and | County Florida, on Wednesday August : 17. range 23-IS acres. assessed to
slaying
TV tjunss O T whu-h .*'v'e adds one more the betrayer of his wife the governor i came back} Jeanne Mane.i I 7, 1907. sitting for the purpose of Carney Investment Company. assessed
grieved to the long list i' the valuation raised from to
of instances 'equalizing assessment of taxes $700 ;
in i
iL, i'h a>he> w.-t which promptly pardoned the slayer. She uster wear made-over clothes an'
American : for 1907 made the following increases $1500.!
Junes have followed thesocalled Again in Louisiana the grand jury }i always with a smile in the valuation of the following : :2 3-4 chains north and south on

Will trash t..f"ro' II" gut .If hf.'s dark "unwritten law" rather than refused to indict George K. Favrot But now her dresses every one must lands to-wit: : north side of lots 7. S. section 12,

r.ll tl!. the statute books. i i who shot Dr. D. H. Aldrich for tra i be the latest style. !i Northeast quarter of northwest township 17. range 23-11 acres. as-

AI .IU'1i, ihine must m deepest There ; ducing the fair name of Mrs Favrot. She don't ride bareback any more quarter, section 7, township 13, range sessed to Carney Investment Com- '

tints of blur are now so many precedents I II \ 21-tO acres, assessed to A. W. P.Tongue pany. assessed valuation raised from
for And a Louisiana jury acquitted Alderman i nor climb the apple tree- $200 to $5'M
; such acquittals ; valuation increased from
that
AU ar VIA.! --e il.'w all God's plans ; almost fair it would be : Louis de Forge, who slew She went away as MarJane.:! but $2110' to $40. Part of lot 9 bounded north by Fra-

wrr.. rlJlCt to say the "unwritten zier's lot, east by half section line
1
Peter McGinn for betraying Mrs. de come back Jeanne Marie
1 law" j Southwest of northwest
i i
has become the law of the quarter south by lands of Porter and Archibald E
land.
. Am! via! .
M iu ii reproof was love Common: Forge. I i Her hair is all in crinkles nowsheI quarter and :210 feet north and south :
law U based I west by Little Lake Weir sec
u.:",r ;ra. upon precedent i by 420 feel east and west in southeast
The
Strothers
boys, who killed W. calls 'em :Marshal
waves
and the I ; i t tion 12. township 17, range 23-12 1-!
precedents are almost i 'corner of northeast of southwest :
unanimous F. By water, the betrayer of their sister ii i She's up in all the etiquette real quarter acres, assessed to Carney Investment {
And w% *h&U *.*. ho.. while we in favor of the assertion that I' j quarter of southwest quarter : Company assessed valuation increased
were acquitted by Virginia jury stylish she behaves.Her .
a
i section 7, township 13. range 21-42-
and an;: nun has the
PPwn 1ot:1: right to kill the betrayer from $30t to 50.
When John Anthony Winston in : ma and me are mighty proud of acres assessed to H. W. Tate. raised ;,
Lots 1 and :2 and three-four-hs
li'n: plane! 11." oil h.t of his wile his west
: .i. fir sister his from
yuU Or $2M> to $-11'11. i
daughter. Alabama, slew the man who had all she s learned-but gee! of lot1.. section 13. township 17. r'.nre2J

tn 1 rte. Juries in many states have wrecked his home. he was not only We sometimes wish for Mary Jane East quarter and northwest quarter -' -lfi" acres assessed to Carnet In g

How when ca.!..,i H- redM notthe =o decided, and lawyers are beginningto acquitted but was elected governor or 1 instead o' Jeanne Mane! of northeast quarter and northeast i i il vestment Company assessed \'au.: -

"ir ..c\.. ask each other, "Is it not time that l! quarter of northwest quarter and west j tion raised from $1500 to $2.;)"".

(itt.i. ... H : the unwritten law the state. II II I i{ quarter and southeast quarter of i The Board of County Commissioners : i
i a -.4. t" endAnd was written andtuatle Harry L. Edwards, who kilUil I 'Dr 1 FATE OF FISH. southwest quarter and southwest' will meet: on Iontia'v. the 2ni .ia-.

< '.1 i I aw. Statutory? Kerkendorf for betraying his wife. quarter of southeast quarter section I of Septeni:wr. l':."7 for "ie purpose, of

At the meeting of the AmericanBar I 1 1. township 17. range 2'j'-4*><"i acres j nwhr va1!' }
was acquitted by a New York jury Fish nevr di,. a natural death." hearing :any r a-i') the ;.a- t
*"-n .11' jinni-rt thsal- Association at St. Paul last year assessed to Dunnellon Phosphate ]] tion filed !by the: i;oa-i -:: ill be ,'r'>.:-{- ..
parents Mrs Grace Hutcbmson of California j said an old fisherman who observed Company, raised from $6'''ft to $-ISOI). ed. :
low iiumiaa J. Kernan, an eminent lawyer .
killed Mrs. Carl Bode, whom she i''as bodies of Northeast quarter and east half of !i This "'h day of .\'l-t. 19":
-Qf Baton he fished "If they did
a T*s n'Jj'h: of ,w. I.,, erasing hao Rouge: La., made an address blamed for leadins Mr Hutchinson northwest quarter lad east half
!' ofj I 5. T. srSTRl'N;.. C'. ri816 ::
",! :1")4t i m which he proposed ten stat- astray, and the jury acquitted h..r. dead fish would be floating on the I l southeast quarter section 4. township ;,

utes codifying the surface of the all the i17, range 20-333 acres, assessed tol j ji By H D I'.1ner.: D C
"unwritten about i
(I-I.. .rhap,.. 1 i- l.-, |,ir.K from Us law Mrs Nellie Gordon and a son of water ( :

His proposition was made while. because such bodies if unmolested i! Dunnellon Phosphate Company. valu-I
in
ntw a sarcastic Governor Brown of Kentucky
were
ation increased from $500 to $

1f'V1et'rra! : things, U-cause it vein, but many lawyers received found together by the woman's husband would have to float. II Lots 1 to 9 and 11 to 19, Western1'I I NOTICEIn .

-n'h SIR"i! it seriously, saying that it would who killed them on the spot. i "I mean: of course,, fish in naturei Central City lots, section 17. township II the County Judge's Court in and I

"" : oe better to legalize such killings The grand jury refused to indict him i I never die: a natural death, not fish in .1 15 range 22. assessed to Ocala Foun- for Marion County, Florida-Ex-r- -

i And 5f "'iiHf'ttu-., (\iuiningled with than to have juries continue to defy and Governor Brown said that had! ': captivity And perhaps it should not dry and Machine Works valuation increased I cising Probate Jurisdiction. k:
from 2 W)0 .
$ $5000.All
i af*'* win j the statutes by acquitting the slayers ; Gordon been indicted and convicted i be called natural death that fish in I to Whereas an application has :'''ea
block 42, 0. S. Ocala. assessed made to this Court by a petition filedherein ,
.t W* f.at h." wormwood, and rebelO i i and so bring the law into disre- he would immediately have pardonedthe i captivity die Their environments induce I to McGrath estate valuation increased for letters of administration oc

'3 .* brie1'' i! soect. Mr. Kernan proposed the fol- slayer of his son. I mortality that fish in their native from $4000 to $60. the estate of P. K. Flock deceased I:

a wiser ---1. .nrs; enough, sure- habits would escape and these caus- Commence at southwest corner of and for the appointment of E. C. :..

I v of es might be properlclassed:! as lot "X," caldwell's ad Ocala. north Smith as administrator of the said es
I. 210 feet east 933 feet, south 210' feet. tate. i'-

out ab's ht I among the Accidents' that carry the west 933 feet1": acres assessedto I Now. therefore these are to cite t.

captive fish off. J. M. Meffert. valuation increased and admonish all and singular the kin-

Tf fish in their native elements from $1500 to $2000. dred and creditors of said deceased, I
Commence 130 feet south of northeast
JCtuw.: _.. -x'er molested I believe theyer to be and appear before this court at
corner block 48, Caldwell's ad .
die. If they had suffl- its office in the court house in Ocala. -.
Ocala, west 234 feet, south 100 feet. ;
. Marion county Florida. on the ISm
v which would be impossi- 234 feet 100
'ND ADVICE TO east north feet, assessedto
day of Se tember A. D. 19'17, and
f no longer preyed upon G. C. Crom. valuation increased -
then and there to show cause, if any .
from $500+ $1000.
there would be no reason to they have, why the said application
Lots 11 and 13 block 2
Benjamin'ssub.
should not be granted or otherwise
; It was to prevent
ing.
lots 40 and 41. Caldwellls: ad,
will be
the same granted as prayed.
interrupted tenure of life Ocala, assessed to Mrs. L. B. McKean,
Witness Joseph Bell, County Judge
h were made fiercely predt raised from $1200 to $2fJ ft.
and the seal of the County Judge affixed -

remorselessly cannibal- All of, except 124 feet square in at Ocala. this 20th day of August
northwest block 54. O. S.
corner
A. D. 19<)7. JOSEPH BELL.
IY kinds are. Ocala, assessed to J. D. ilcDuffy. val- .
S-21: County Judge.
life is a constantly stren- uation increased from J800 to $1500.

.&. and one entirely selfish. Ais Commence 12 1.% chains north of
southeast corner section 9 township
shall ha, only to eat and to avoid be-
17. range 24, thence west :2') chains FOR SALE OR LEASE-800 acres

mode o' Hen."-Nashville Banner. north 3 chains, east 20 chains, south
best and hammock land 209
.- 3 chains-6 acres, assessed to J. R.Joseln. pine

roll of the legislative at- valuation increased from acres under cultivation; 300 acres

ks etc., as published into $#0) to $300Commence. woods, pasture; 2 ponds water; all

of the True Democrat I 2 1.2 chains north of within one mile of railroad: situate
southeast corner of northeast quarter -
the blush of shame theeks six miles north of Ocala on Mcintosh
of southeast quarter. section 9.

1 : of several of the township 1;. range 2-1. thence north hard road at Zuber Fla.; 25 head Jersey -

>rovided for their familiesise 2.50" chains, west 20 chains. south milch cows and heifers, 4 mules,

of the state.-adison 250' chains east 20 chains-5 acres 60 acres corn, 40 acres velvet beans
assessed to O P. Boyce. valuation

)rist.. raised from $200 to U,),). wagon and farming implements. Also

Commence 2 chains west of a point tract of 20 acres 5-room cottage, 8

.MIUMS TO PLANTERS. 15.45 chains north of southeast corner acres wired in. On this land is a

section 9. township 17. range 24. large deposit of limestone. Ample tor

Prizes to GrowersF i west: iS chains, north 5 chains. east
-o. Offer I a lime plant. The stone is hard and
1s chains. south ;5 "hains-9 acr s, as-
Sea Island Cotton.a sessed to B. D. Whitman, assessed, I will burn a heavy weight lime. Analysis -

I-lar.d: Cotton Groweroi f: valuation: raised from $2'-!tt to J35'1 i Si per cent. free of phosphoric Ij

tin!' I Commence 29.73: chains west of a I acid. For further particulars write

15.50 chains north of souTheast
anll ;'hlI1 m cllnT-: point I- call o: r C, McLeod, Kendrick
i* at .:*' I ':Corner, section 9. township 1% ranee
ThankU_ 'til' 1 i S+dtf.
take hiluKho. Ot Fla.
:" t.* _!t north 9 chains Wf>:>' to lak*. south

,or 'tieerv liberal i lkatroIiae! tba1v :: :) chains. eat to point of besmnmgS -
,' !
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'ri
I '..u have ivn1, for the {past tei l acres assessed to George E. Snow.
r -' asessM"aIuation raised from $1000 I

'. B' '. mars \ earEven planner throughout th, '0 $2i!n. TO THE CITIZENS OF MW10N

entire section: is conversant with th Ten chains north and south onside !!,
lit '110' hA hi
fact that it bas always been our ain I north of lot 2. section 16. township

{ nis ene to do all in our power for the main. 1;, range 24-22.50 acres ass ; COUNTY :

sessed H. T. heirs of .
xm is pay- to Spooner. asessed
of better for their products
tenauce prices
I
from SI 5') I
Ca7t.uf' Don't > valuation raised tc
tray- that very liberal patronage yoi I $:200.s You're sure welcome at our

ep off it. anc have given us shows that our effort South two-fifths of south half of !lot store. In fact, we are very

to rt nave been appreciated 2 and north half of north three-fifth* anxious,: to nave } ou L.me :1,

f ,.1:.. re is good han 1 if south half of lot 2. section 16. town- I,
It is our intention: to Cunt.nue tester () and inspect the finest lirl:..
hip 17. range 24-17 acres assessed "
I
A busines
: iess for your parronagan>l will 11"0 El J. Lytle. assessed valuation! raised :, store in the South.

'.' "; !t. I" ,f face advertise: doublet from 'O0 ,",n,). '.
this md in view we have on: $ to $ i S
l'l I
*" in him ,'lf., am i oi..j
Jt!'!" > -H" nee I ca\Jadry\ both in buildings and ma Commence at northwest corner

Cheertu.ne-s: sive; : southwest quarter of section .1. town. !
II rnI j and 'end to: use eyt-ry effort
sjchm -r> in :: .1 OUR PARCEL BUREAUi
ship 17, range 24. thence east 2'i t
friends anti! prophecheertul '-
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? ; toward the: handling the Create chains south 2'i chain. east 2>

3.t- t.J H. ,.:1 :. I.ot the in. tci. .: I chain south 15 chains west 1'!'I take t
i portion cottonl'Wn: I \ \\ i.i::I lje j.au; to care
bilt-I' t. f, ,* '.' heri i" no n'orea!. chain south 5 chains. west 2') chains.
i land a.ljo'.ninj: loun'e; for cira'r.Jea:: ofoiir ;,arsewsilt': you are
J' than honestjets 1 north 1" chain: west l-' chain: north
asset
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i lin<-s of industrial development. Besides ; HISTORY OF RUTLAND :] ded through the trackless trails of ,
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Beech Nut her riches in her staple crops, I i [ the forest primeval and blazed the l

she is rich in her mineral productsiron ;: And the Passing Away of Old Time' ;.right-of-way to Southern industry

Sliced Bacon coal silver, gold, phosphate} etc. j Southern Aristocracy-Good Worfcr. j.. :i chivalry and nobleness. Not a turn I CLOTHING-

The bottom rail is fast getting neal of Miss Jessie Owens, Only Livingr

tht' top and will soon be used foitakes I! Child of General Owens, and HeiiI :'bled down mass of decaying timbers,

Q .- and riders. ,I! to the Large Estate j! but a beautiful house whose grand! '

I i CLOTHING
t i One of the prettiest, most historical I old walls glisten in the autumn Mini I'I
Y It now looks like the cotton pro. i
and intensely interesting places i in i I'' shine, whos-- large piazzas fringedbordered
ducers of the south will get fifte Ht L' .
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if in Florida) is: aUtl with well kept flower. !
Marion county ( not
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cents for their cotton. This is dos:: I ..

tble the a.uount this great stapl-.. "R-Ttlnnd.: :' at the General Owens i ,I, are as neat an d.f'-I 1'"ln" III
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home. Tfc*'u <: I Wake Up
modern city
I the
most
{ brought only a few years ago. Tht- plantation. It is linked in memory as

; south is getting rich by leaps anc [, the big shaded yards. Oh! what nu-ai- ,
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with many a charming incident I have been sleeping long enough very '
You
I bounds. ori..g they suggest! The orant: ;

I i ever-living past pleasures monument: within to itself unsurpassed is an':'I: trees, of course are gone but to the I:i: r(p true there are lots of people who prefer f going to a A

of has rais I Ir : i west lies the big plantation! still, and ,
The city council Tampa .
f $,4i thrift and energy, and a beautiful illustration of i ; regular clothing store to buy; their clothing, but the
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t-il J the saloon license in that bun, I' of the, I through thf tine business judgment ,

from $;>' to $750. This with the stat mind that of founded the greatness it. .1 I Miss Jessie Owens, life, real, is again i.i i j suit you buy will not look, fit or wear any better

I ul U tU i liU t ttU 1 'tlt'IItU 'i.t\ ot S.'I'MI:; and the county tax o f I General Owens young, strong an d I' returning there. thin one you could! buy from us for at least on.ly .- I III

?'"."'"'. makes a total of $175o Tamp 1 .1 Around the big mansion every-i i
before the
i brave, came to Florida war
tiff iii -alooii nit'n have to pay as a tax be- i where now can be seen neat, new third less money.
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tat tai t i tai between the states, and purchased I
turn tht-. can on business. ., I and modern farm cottages, where liveJa
carry
1500 acres of farm lands known as II line of and the qualitycannot
Clothing
Tastes as good as it locks.-.and i il t t ,, I sterling type of citizenship this i We have a big )1
of Fort Drane plantation 1t
I the west half I
A delicious break. i K. Jackson who ha : j lady has carefully selected from what ag
looks very good. i Senator:; \V. ::5 and perhaps the richest ham be excelled no matter you pay.

fast dish, of great food value, wholesome :I r -presented: the district composed o f (i'imock lands in the state. His second
all the year 'round. .Try tht: 'the counties of Citrus, Hernando.ani | purchase was the famous Rutlam:I I j i small farms in the plantation and 1 We have a loi: of beautiful light and dark gray

"Beech-Nut"-it's different Pasco for the past two sessions of th e t I home sites in the woodland or edges I
plantation. consisting of 150rt( acres worsted and plaid suits which we are selling for
legislature has tendered his resignation .- ,, of the woodland, so an almost every"forty" i II

to Governor Broward on accoun I part mixed hammock lands, principally and part occupied first class ali t or "eighty" in the big plantation : $10.50; these suits sell everywhere for $15.00 and I

0. K. GROCERYCLARK of having changed his residence u() can be heard the happy hum of !
i that time by poor farmers. time with the i $18.0G.Ve also have blue serge suits at $10.50, i
Polk county. th*' plowman keeping

BROS., Props., Ocala, Fla. I I I lected On this a charming plantation site the, where general nature se. jingle <>f the trace-chains, or the buzz I worth $15.00. Woolen crash suits from $3.50 to

Phone 174. Hon. Christopher Matheson oGiimovUle f'I of the mowing machine, mingled with
had provided an extra article of rus Ii $8.50. Good values. i .
is talking temperance i iI ii 1 the laughter of children playing in
-- -- tic beauty, and erected the royal man '4 III
Duval county. Knowing ones sa: the hay stack. And from the farm
It I'; a fail month without the fall I l :. sion, where that good old South Caro.lina We are cl ia7: oat alLour: sunnier dress goodsat :
that Duval county can easily be add cottages one may boar the sweet: iiil-) I
weal tier. hospitality was cordially extended i
ed to the dry column. There is en. of the baby of young womanhood singing to II cost. Special price in every line.
family
from an aristocratic
tirely too much drunkenness in Jacksonville h>r babe, and smell the inxigoratingsteam I
ties, here is an "r" in September, grand old Southern state to ,relatives,
especially among the negroes of vegetables, Boston
and the luscious oyster will soon bfis friends and strangers, in such a man sl'ason'// II The Stores I
and more especially among th and ed with home-cured ham and
evidence. ner that won the highest esteem I
negro women. with spice and wild) pepper. ,
respect of all.Iore( will be said of
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After October 1, tbe railroads oi this aristocratic mansion later on.) --
Major St. Clair-Abrams, writing charm to charm. interest to interest!
Virginia will the 2-cent mile investment General Owens -
put on a The third - -----
about Standard Oil affairs, does not t happiness to happiness :Miss Jessie
puaeoger rate. purchased TOO acres situated bet .. ..o.e......4+.....i1Na.e.. .
hesitate to express the opinion thai Owens, always {'h(>t'l ful. always hap .........++.1 + + o
tween Sparr and Anthony. Then he 4
the fine inflicted upon Standard Oil looking to the happiness I s I
That Hughes boom seems: still to bought the Hopkins place-lorto py. always i Ii OCALA'S BG! MAIL ORDE st HOUSE vG.
Kennesaw Mountain Lan
want inflation. It is worse than a by Judge acres. near the town of Anthony. All of her "colon\ folks, lives in the cell- : ,. -- -..a..--..._. =.o _. .. -- 1
dis, is the "most monstrous perser- ter of the picture in the mansion i; .
Fairbanks frost. I .{' this property was paid for with his .
sion of justice on the part of the ju whore her et cry want is supplied !;
wife's money, which was entailed to
diciary of which I have read since in the of \nllt I
prompt } person
Tillman is predicting more and her during her life time. At her deathit D. HOGAN
Jeffreys sat on the bench in England |
Tish: who aa; :girl was trained to
worse things for the South. Oh! was entailed to any child or chil- .
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lheseprophets, of evil. Perhaps Major Abrams in-I drt'n. General Owens invested his cook. Being at the time of emancipation 44* 4. ;, f

tends for the public to believe that fifteen years of age, she has ever 4 4'
own money in 51111 negroes, :3oO fine I
A governor ought to be a man of the Mountain brought forth a mouse. looo head large since, served most faithfully ":\Ias- ;
horses and mules, : : Having purchased the saloon property formerly ,
and -Apalachicola Times. tier" and "Miss: ," and all the way
superior Is
supreme poise. a
red English cattle and the finest operated byV.. J.. McGrath and made i improvements 4 I
Miss Jessie. many
down "our baby
rank factionist a man of this descrip- hogs, sheep and goats by the thous-! to *
tion? The Gainesville Sun says that after "Aunt Tish" is a character almost as on same, I am nnv prepared to handle
ands. He lived in princely style] wasa 4 4-
the adjournment of the Georgia noble, generous-hearted gentleman well known in this part of Florida asher I *4 mail orders with the greatest facility. The large vat..

Some $10oiH has been subscribed legislature a proud citizen of that who mistress. Says she: "I ain't no of brands of Whiskies Wines Sssrs
beloved and esteemed by all i : riety Etc., now t.
fa Madison for the organization of a state was heard muttering: "Where nigger; nebber was. I is a bronze- .
him.During 4
knew carried enables me to fill the order of on 44
are we meandering? Did ever everyone
tobacco growing and you colored woman wid de principles of a-j
packing
cornpauy. -
the war of the 60's, General :
see the like in all your born days?. where bet white pusson. Dat's what I is. sho!" ,4 short notice. The premises are now fitted up especially .
Owens Virginia
", Where are our vested rights invested -j purchased went from a tobacco manufacturer Ah. well "Aunt Tish," your kind i is- : 1 for this class: of the business, and your orders will

: In seeking a health resort Secretary ? We can't take a drink, can't 'j a bright, sensible negro man, I j fast passing away forever! Sad. but t 4 be filled the same day they are received anrl shipped :
1 smoke cigarette, can't ride on a't
: Root is determined that he shall a I who understood the art of growing true. You belong to that type of humanity 4 on the first train. In your next order includeHogan's
free can't sleep on a secondhand i 4
pass that within the next fpw' 4
not be classed as a mollycoddle. curing and manufacturing tobacco.

Santa Journal. sheet, can't talk to our memberof The general then added this industry years must he known only in history :f XXXX Rye 4

the legislature, can't arrest a loafing I Your life i is deserving of the j (
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prf'ttipt"tribute.
? He
I to his farming operations. erected -1 4
That session will hardly be nigg r. can't cuss-can't do anything as a model 1 servant, that pen; ]'. F. 4
extra
I : i but pay taxes." a large tobacco house in which to iI I : The Best Goods on the MarketOGAN
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: called. The public pulse has been I cure the leaves and store the plugs'land i can pay. !j :. 4

felt and it is ascertained that it will twists and smoking tobacco. It Another type of citizenship will .] .
Mr. R. C. Dunn. who is a candidate I I alto soon he forever The 'f G. D. H t.
cot be a popular move. I was given freely to all-whites and gone gone. i <
for railroad commissioner, takes a |I old larstf'rs"and "Misses"tor ,
grand rt
t ti negroes-who used it and visited the : 1 4
joke too seriously. He has demandeda i : 4
None of the gubernatorial eandi- establishment and was always l pronounced ( mistresses; I Yes, they are-going.1 -
Ocala Florida
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retraction of the statement recently!
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date* so far as we are aware were invited the "very best" too, and with their passing away ,
t made about him in the Short Talk I 4r
to speak ou labor day. A glorious General Owens and his estimable i! fades the faintest hope of ever again i I ]1a.
l column of the Times-Union. If )11'.1| that of old .
reviving genuinespirit
opportunity has .passed. wife being natives of South Carolina.
t I Dunn is to take life so seriously itj i ; *t Oldest House in Central Florida
Southern Wlisley
will keep him busy in writing to th.1 i he of course espoused the cause of ] generosity happiness andj ) ( jU

The gruousd of the A laska-Yukon".1 the South during the war, being personal reality. Temporary cottagesare : t

Pacific Exposition occupy :250 acres er papers all over the state duringthe young and devotedly fond of "Dixie." I taking the places of permanent ++>+>+444++44>4444+4+>4' ..++++++.....4..++++++..++..
campaign.-Fort Myers Press.
GT tbe campus of the University of Several years later the general traveled country mansions. Book speculation. .
All the think he is
Washington, a state institution. same we right extensively in Brazil with and "tommy-rot," useless games and!
in what be because per- 1-
says as long as
have solid education
cigarettes pushed -
view of locating there.
haps some
he was editor of the Madison Record
J II Peary would bring the north pole But on his return to RutlandtheEden to the rear; dissipation:: has bred I
er we don't think he ever said
1 tack with him and make a summer thiDt. any of the Land of Flowers-he was disease and paint and powder i is playing : HARDWAREKNIGHTVMARTIN

exhibition of it it might lessen then I so delighted with the growth and havoc with lo\e. The good old

opinion of him as being a little off. beauty of about forty orange trees times are gone. RUTLAND" I
No wonder Taft is calling
Secretary -! the seed of which he had planted (We, the ladies of Sparr, object to ,

A* though Florida had not already upon southern democrats to come;i himself that he decided to go into our fine looking young correspondent I -80- .. --II
I to the: rescue of the republican party,
succeeded in scaring the railroads almost i the business. This result was calling himself "Old Peter Stanley
for it does look to us like the president -I orange
to death it is now threatening that a 5o-acre soon added so have given him the name of Rut- ,
orange grove
I has been playing very curious I I,
an extra session of the legislature.- both beauty and value to his fine ,land.-All.)
I 1 politics lately. His "undesirable citizens" COAt J 1
Atlanta" Journal. i old Southern home. To the east the I
letter alienated from him the Stockton for GovernorIf

'/ Tampa's po&totiice receipts for August -I working classes who march under" 1:I millions foliage of dew sparkled drops in on the the morning evergreen -- J. N. C. Stockton of Jacksonvillegets I 4) the T. W. Smith & Co. Old Stand

the banner of "organized labor: his I II
of this show a gain of $::,- into the gubernatorial contest' OCALA
year later speeches' have alienated the!:i I I sunshine like a tiara of dia- I II FLORIDA, I

I !* l.31 over the same month last year. I;I: monds. From the south at noon came as a candidate for that office, it will
capitalists. The Forakt-rites and
negroes
1 The figures for Itt07' are $ ..G7.5t and I were alienated some time be-I.| the breezes fresh from tbe fragrant be a memorable competition for Mr. I Come and see us when in need of anything in

for 1S ''C. $7.o7C.23.: I blossoms, and the golden sunset in Stockton is reputed to be a fighter of the of
fore. Of course Secretary Taft wants I way
u_ -- I the west was only deepened in its ra- the first class who throws his whole I I
the southern democrats to rush to its e
The fact that Mr. Bryan has been I diance and hue by the golden balls soul into the work and swings his I
rescue and pull the g. o. p. out of the
through four railroad wrecks recently I of delicious fruit as it hung in beauty battle-axe in most terrifying fashion. I Farming Implements
very deep ditch into which the president : '
is enough to dampen his enthusiasm has plunged it. But why should ,'! unsurpassed from the bending limbs. He has the fine quality of manhood in \: Wire lei'

j for the beauties of private management j I southern democrats do a thing so! Then again Rutland was an earthly unusual degree, and his foes respect! Fencing, E

k1 -Atlanta Journal.Shipments I foolish? Has Mr. Roosevelt given the j paradise. But, lo! a deep and dark |I II him as sincerely as his friends admire Stoves '
i
f I shadow passed the Pumps 1
south the least recognition? Has any over glorious him. And Mr. Stockton is "al ,
i J of fish on ice from the I scene. Death! that unwelcome visitor most persuaded." The Jacksonville
member of his cabinet hailed from I
Gorda for the weekending entered within the crossed j interviewed Guns Ammunition
port of Puma I this section? Has he in any other way gates I II Metropolis him on the .

.'i Tuesday night amounted to,given this section the least evidence I the stepstone and forever darkened subject yesterday and in answer to a

,... i ten carloads in bulk and 69 barrels'j that be knew it occupied a place on I the inner door of the happy home. question if he would be a candidatefor Sash, Doors,

t t agfregating 253S,'" pounds. : the map? I The general was taken away in the governor, be said: !

!'prime of life and manhood while his "The letters Blinds
i t I II I and personal solicitations -, 8 Paint etc.

I Claude is still beligerant but inj I Better Than an Extra Session .: vigorous spirit of industry was brist-j i of friends urging me to make S

,
1 time' he will tone down, and become it j An extra early tomato crop will be :| ling with hope and success. So well the race are more gratifying than the I 4a
s t In
I fact
a decent an! respectable member of a feature this season if no bad weather i|:I )known and popular was he that it I II holding of any position could be everything usually carried in a first- ,

,. the press. He is just now sowing his i iI sets in to force the plants back-I|I was said his funeral cortege was the i Leaders who have heretofore opposed'' class Hardware Store. ,
'
I intellectual wild oats. ward.. Several farmers in the near-by largest ever known in Marion coun- !! my political principles have given ir.v'J' ;;-

t ; districts tave already planted | {y., assurances of their '!
trucking ,I support and several i
t In 0= -
: Putnam coutny will hold a "wet"I seed beds and although it is a;! For years after lug death General have pledged themselves to work' 0RfBTQ -II

and "dry" election on September 30. month or more anead of the usual ,i, Owens' estate was conducted by I actively for me if I become a can-ii-: }-

!! It is said down there if the colored ;!! planting time, they are expecting I I agents but not with any success. In date. My friends all over Florida : :

i vote is eliminated the wets will not I good re-ults.-'liami Record. !: fact, with yearly losses. Later Mr. are insisting on my candidacy, and I I I Knight =Martin CO.

.. I have so much as a corporal's guard. Ii i I I JY. Heath Owens, the general's son. i) am giving the matter very serious j

The first and most seductive peril '! took charge of the business, and I'! consiJeation.LiwOak Df'mocrat.1 ,

t It is now ascertained almost beyond and the destroyer of most young men, i( proved a successful manager up toj I -__ ..

I contradiction that the first is the drinking of liquor. I am no,; the time of his death. Next it was : : -

t steamship in the world was operated temperance lecturer, but a man who I successfully managed by the oldest j FRECKLES AND: PIMPLES' 1 j -----------------

ea the Savannah river between Au- knows and tells you what observation : daughter, Miss Alice Annie Owens. j REMOVED In Ten Days. : !

puta and Savannah. bas proven to him; and I say to you At her death the mother turned err:

that you are more likely to fail in erytfaing over to the only living child. I Nadiaola II ROLLINS COLLEGE }

Sir. John D. Rockefeller is richer your career from acquiring the habitof :Miss Jessie Alston Owens, who now I The WINTER
Complexion PARK ;
FLA.
< t than Cresus, the famous rich man of drinking liquor than from any or lives in the historic old mansion of I Beautifier I ,
is
en- Offers superior )
ascfent times. lie is the richest man all of the temptations likely to assail the sixties, which the casual reader j ,-? ir''-d bv tKouundjL advantages In high grade college, academy, ex

tbe worM has ever known. Still Mr. you.-Andrew Carnegie. might picture a tumbled down decaying ': .r grtefui l ladies,and pression, music, art, business, stenography, and domestic science ";
courses.
M cj'
llrtc)\efeller has not money enough to mass of ruins. But not so. To the t-aranteed to remove ,

boy the South' cotton crop of a sin- Dr. Riley says the only safe kindof south end of a picturesque avenue of i ,.1 i ,.1 all facial discoloration : Most attractive, healthful and refined surroundings. For fall '

gl year-the cotton crop proper, toe whiskey is "old whiskey in sealed water oaks-a straight one-half mile" w _; -a 5 and restore the particulars and room reservations, address '

i ) wy nothing of its by-products. It mayI bottles." The moment the seal Is stretch-stands this historic mansion t beauty youth. The J. H. BRIXSOX, or W. R. ;:.,
worst in O'NEAL
cases twenty dayO.:. and Si.00 S ec y <
i known by this Just bow rapidly broken the safety disappears.-The a living monument to the type at ail leading, ''.iij ttorss. or t ly trail Ocala 1 FI a. Orlando. ;
Fta.
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" I the South is becoming rich along the 1 I Commoner. cf citlzensbip that has fearlessly wa- Fnyamd tv >tTtoti4.: TCSI7 v*., .

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I out statesman.0 ability and one character.can succeed A with-j' A BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE. If I

jn a > rmuu preached by Rev. Dr, er who is incapable .preach- i -

r. E. jrfftiMin in the Broadway Tab- : people out to church of getting tlle .I The following beautiful tribe ltt"I f

emar'lt' N..w' York, about nine )'ears i nize the fact that he ought to recog- I: from the pen of :\11':. A. B. Roger aI ;
is
I a failure j and -
th.' K'Howmg comments onpeitrpwt aJo pulpit. I lady, was written on the ocI R i
'n'r < America gained Rut
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,
\ you say, ever'he preacher cannot I casion of the tragic death of t tilt:
raw nt.uy'a, .tteraiou to war \\'er a Paul I or a .
Jerome
a Spurgeon or I youngest son of Editor and .Mrs: .1. H.
I a Talmage. But ,
if he
cannot speak< Brooks, of Weimar. The iudix.d: lla; : ;
1 1.,1' h" with
.\iiii. 1 K a 11 a great world I eloquence
he I
1"1.1 I"1 > erg ; How did she become i. show that he ha brains should at least Ii i who can read it and restrain the le.I-: f ll//I f
He sbould
h";;; a tu'h' H. her army? No. Dy 1 1No ber I I,. mingle I freely with the people, get" In. : has become total yindiffereut tu .t 1; D1I IT /, i ;.

..' I dabbling\ \ in diploma-I' everyday touch with them and make ; fane feelings: ,
;
ff* N, By ('.il.uies and depend himself liked by them. Many a mango O, stricken Mends, oh, lux.! ,; iItJII rwiiui IIP ?

rift-' So B> the cults 'ation of t toi the will out and listen to a pointy : hearts bowed down, I am afraid ,I) :

arts p-.tre. By attending too 1 1it. ber senseless sermon from a preacher be try to speak the gentlest word hi\

.,n :. :-: .-**. By building colleges, i iaD.1 I likes and derive some benefit ft rom sympathy can frame. I know hu\ 4rV .

-. !i.:"<>.> and churches. Dy the prayers and the universal
de\'el'I'I songs, if not from harsh indeed must fall the ttuderttones ; By testimony Red Rock} :
the
opts,:: tint[ institutions. \Ye discourse. I of one who has not learned I hy

poor ami uhom a friend. We art'i: Another thing: It is a habit with real experience the meaning ot )'our Fruit Punch has been awarded -

today .f of the richest of all nations !i' two of our autocratic (not demos grief. 1 know no words of mine cll the palm of unqualified superiority. It assures distinctiveness and

\\V 1 1..t not fooled away our time indrllllll 'i ic) churches to send the .Ii comfort your broken hearts: YetI ii ,
poor prey -
success to all social functions and should be in accordancewith
'.d! tuarobing. We bave work- i I Ors to small places like Punta Gorda I l dare intrude upon your sacred sorrow : prepared

td! \ Li\e not squandered i our i iI I! and Bradentownj. They do this I would remind you of a na i I the following: .

1'1'1.. arru!,Mi and navies. We : doubtless on the ground of poor pa '. !I pierced hand, gentler than the getlest FORMULA

hat. I.i I 1' r font' -ehools. And todav I It' poor preach. Because these ntl : hand of flesh, that is sure:''' (Quantity Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests) x

.!! d pov.-i in the world. It i : towns cannot pay large salaries he; : clasping yours as you weep anl'; ORANGES G 1 PINEAPPLE

abiiut! ,t 't, think\ Muii! a nation caneuorlilpowfi !, must put up with ignorant and in- : mourn, guiding you toward the lJettt'r 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE

WI ::1".1'! r without an i imInlt..u. : sornpetent: preachers, and then the)' ; path, where shines the glad ett'rnai: ; 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES t

.1'' :,\> '..\ UK-.U naval power' in :1 ire soundly I scolded because tbeir .! light, mid which your sweet baIJy i ii Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar,

Scant II": .- a phrase( to conjure ', 1)eople! do not go to church in enthu- :i boy can never lose his way. After a.; allow to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the '

mttu .\ :;:eai! 'hri-turn power' to 1 10\ .ia-stic; crowds and contribute liberal- while, when time will have tau-ht of cherries and
I Ii
!I pint plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add
y to the the silver lining to this :
ear M. ,1.';" mild ti letter. j preacher's support. i you to see
the four of Red Rock.
A !hat !ehiii' i> more attractive to I It is made a test of the piety of \, black cloud of sorrow you will I be. i I I'glad quarts ,

million- 'wo \ !t than the man woo I, hese afflicted people of these small ; to know that your little bal '

natty/ till the LitMk. But that man
the ('i---- >-way the future! lie alont" I .he utterly inane sermons of preach* ,. :. of+ life. Yes, he will ever sleep in the I ABE BROWN & BRO., Wholesale Distributing Agents, Ocala. ..

hold- a -> ;'jner that shall not be bro11..1' ers> who ought to be between the plow .irms of Him who says: "Suffer little

kefl .\ the towers of Westminter handles instead of in the pulpit If hildren: to come unto me." Only for ------ --- -'-- -- --- ---'- --

.Mhave; crumbled to dust, theKhllo.lolU you cannot enjoy the rubbish they yvu the shadow for him the perfect< AT GAY SEABREEZE PROFESSIONAL CARDSW.

ot Christ will still be )'oung. serve out from the pulpit you ha\'e i ight. Only for you the tears, for him I t

of th"- 'increase of His governmeijl1 10 religion, and the grace of God is i he eternal gladness. Only for you H. POWERS, M. D-

then- i: l Ire I*o end. It is earnestly lot in your heart. Now, we deny that I. bm burden of sorrow, for him never aI THE "OCALA COLONY" AT THIS POPULAR RESORT ENJOYING

queer't" i4tl whether England has not his is a fair test of a man's faith in 'hint of toil or pain. And because you LIFE TO THE FULLEST EXTENT. PHYSICIAN D SURGEON. ;.

already ached the zenith of her Christian' it)'. On the contrary, it is! love him so much better than you

evidence that the incompetent owe yourselves, because the longing Office Yonge Block.
-
glon .\- Captain Mahan says, 'she preacher Seabreeze. Saturday, Aug. 31 Her guests included the followin
who persists in inflicting himself on 10f your parental hearts is just t to OCALA, FLORIDA
land and her states.
with
i.Koru I :> I young people: Misses May and Rut!
shield and save him because your This season of the year is ideal !at
an innocent and unwilling and -
of looking after i it: people :
I
man auweary Bond, Otis Pellicier Harry Erricksor,
t makes their ability to endure him and rayers have been. "Let me the heaturdens the seashore and is especially so !at T. E. BIGGS.
# but Dsraeli! :
Sh. lIa- -pendencies as Pete Rogers and R. II. Keller, of Daytona -
his sermons a test of their piety- I bear, and joy and gladness Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. The
long at;0 !asserted! they are a millstoi ; :Misses: Irene Campbell, Era ATTORNEY AT LAW.
shoat h.-r neck. She has a mighty shows that he is the one who needs ver be his ,share because of all this |breezes are mostly from the ocean and estine Munsell and Mrs. Marger;
he day will come to ,you dear !p
he t of God in his heart.If .
ru \\ tint dearly does she pay for it. grace remember hoi the insects are no longer troublesome Heitze, of DeLand; Misses Annie \1- Law Library Building.
riends when just to
t'Ptlll L,'r army and Per navy over ont- mall we and people insignificant of the, we villages nevertheless are- I afe he is will be your holiest joj: The cottagers at the beach have* folded kisson, Sue and Margaret Anderson, OCALA . FLORIDAE.

third of tu-r vast revenues rae annu.j Dorothy Schreiber, Sara and Louise
want first class goods for Jo pain nor grief nor disappointment their mosquito nets and the opening I
ally expanded, while her paupers i in.j our I Harris, Ethel and Hope Robinson, W. DAVIS.
little treasreis of doors and
and souls can he ever feel, for your and closing screen
our more .especial-;
,
coney I '
with the Ralph and Phil Robinson, Frank HatI -
crea' years.
the ugh not looke
windows assiduously
China u encircled by perfect are so
"Aiu -rlia isolated? No! Where is Iy as the heathen of Africa and i I ris, Donald Schreiber, Louis and ATTORNEY AT LAW
and every step is safe beneath his after. The ocean is calm and the
which her influence has; Jam get better than we do and pay; Claude Chazal, and Edward Green of
land
there
a less. What is the missionary fund I' tiny feet. Today in your loneliness water is cold enough to be thorough!
not reached? Her merchants trade Ocala; and Mr. W. W. Wood, of Sea Gary Block.
sit and above the empt; invigorating and bathers line the
for, anyway? Is it not to help small as you weep .
Her missionary I breeze and several others. All the OCALA, FLORIDAR.
in rwrry market. and financially weak communities gE'tI I radle bed you can only remembe I I seashore at all hours of the day. The t.

labor under every flag. Her .ideas : our grief and anguish of parting. Bu remain in the water for hours at a crowd were in one immense wagon
real like the one the Ep: D.
preachers
that been built for thi
hate touched and thrilled tfc hear I some brighter day you will realiz time and loll in the sand and drear had especially ; FULLER.DENTIST..
She has opalians have at Bradentown? affair ant the outfit was drawn by
of e\f-r man under the sun. I better is Lovileant life
whose name
that He away.
Bank
& Chambliss' :
Won't all the bishops please i iver go four mules. The jolly crowd Over Munroe
hums large
done more for freedom and to Bradentown and learn son I only love to you. After ;a The season for bass fishing is now OCALA, FLORIDAJ.
hl'piii'i t and peace within the last I 1 while you will grow accustomed to< on and the devotees of the hook and started out by first crossing the riverand f
ling to their interest and that of the;
riding all over Daytona returning -
hundred Vars i than any other nation linking( of yourselves as parents ofan line are having their own pleasure. ; E. CHACE, D.O. S.
lurch? Bishop Gray has learned :it. to Daytona Beach
they proceeded
In the world. I angel child, and rejoice that yoi There was a ball game Thursda;
-Punta Gorda Herald. thence down the beach to the Automobile .
"This is my ambition for America I ave rendered back a sinless life to afternoon between Dayaona and Dt DENTIST.Holder .
I club house where delicious -
. -that we may found our empire upon I THE KNOXVILLE (TENN.) SENT,: God. So long as you live tiny beckoning Land nines and it was spirited from lemonade was, served. very From the -

lure that we may' sp. nd our money THE SALOON AND hands will ever be reaching start to finish. Until the seventh inning Block.
NEL ON
on churches and schools libraries and RACE QUESTIONKnoxville out to you from the shining portal the score was 0 to d. At tha Club House they came back up the OCALA, FLORIDA
THE beach to in front of the Bond cottage-
tebisds, 10 that wherever an Amei of heaven, calling you onward amaward. inning the DeLand made a score on; I .

can oiuzrn! may go uron the earth Tennessee according toi But you cannot realize allis an error and both teams became and for an hour or more enjoyed tht
,
.- will be honored and loved, not be- today, and he who wept at the somewhat: "rattled" and at the finisO delights of a marshmallow roa t. The I Jerry Burnett,
the census of I&IMI. had 32.367 popul I evening was quite a memorable one I
CHUMof oar battleships but because i grave of his friend does not expec ,. the game stood 5 to 3 in favor of De-
it is much increased since, how. feel. to the young people on the beach.
h.. rnpit-.'Lts a nation which has I on- I i of you. Today you can only Land. Merchant

nothing; Mi justice and kindness for ;I ever. At that time 7359 of the total; that the baby you love is gone fron Daytona is a base ball town. Tb a

:till raruf all men." I population were colored; in other. your loving arms. Today you can remember citizens are almost maniacs on thsubject < Mrs.R. V. Atkisson, Mr. Harold! At

I words, about 22.2 per cent. The nothing save you are bereav and when a game is announced kisson and Miss Lucile Atkisson.: who Tailoring I

friends, will : business of all kinds ceases am have been enjoyin Seabreeze and itmany
WHY PEOPLE DO NOT ATTEN I noxville Sentinel of March: S. just I E'd. Yet you, dear pas

CHURCH the local option electio: i nbmissix'ely! beneath the rod am men. women and children flock to the attractions for the past two Ocala Florida.

J ----- bad receding an editorial on the above subject .! come off more than conquerors thro ball grounds. We have not seen such months, returned to Ocala this morn lnct\t; )n.'il and

about with the approaching'Him! that loves you. After a while a crowd at a ball game, nor so mudlenthusiasm ing. Domestic Cloths. .
}- heard the joke in connection .
i
*
I I': rt body has
smile throughur Ocala played with!
will be able to since
It argued you
who. !being! reminded of local option contest. I rutting a Specialty
'i. niiui-Ter; I Messrs. Charlie and John Chazal
rod and thy several
the Conchs
ago.
and "Thy years
b saloons-112 in number i i inI ) tears say
his people ) the Fits} (T1H1Tantppd
excused against
,
1 N r leave for home tomorrow. Mrs. Cha
hip pay
lumber
Melton.
four wholesale liquor statt.: they comfort me. Your tearsand Mr. C. E. a operator
j- .. t:stir it was a "poor preach noxville, with zal and the balance of the family will
L -.ni.1 : and one brewer 11 trust will make a beautiful rainhow and banker, of Micanopy, who has:
The cot distilleries
{ Ih.\ tor heir money. houses, two I the latter part of next week
tut return
*> of through-which some other bleed spent the month of August at Daytona -
the danger
r t.'!i-i- .tit! Mif '\nr<*Nssiua: is also true- y-on the ground war of such as lat inz i. Hearts will be able to see the Beach, and who has: h4s fine 311-< I There will be a general exodus from 5 DRAWER ,,

...oh. poor<< I'YIt ecipitating a race I the the beach the coming week. The I DROP HEAD
iiooi prt| Atlanta. It appeale I !riling face of God. Day by day will horse power Cadilla" machine at I

.tit' ntowti furnish"! :* an excellen : lr occurred in population to help vote i faith grow brighter and purer with beach with him took us to the bal Breakers will close on Monday, and! I II

t \ampl.- aon this !line.' Preacher I to i the negro that thi scause of friction in you. and your baby! boy will come game and after the game was over! Col. Otis T. Green and family. who EWiNGMACHINE
been givin '" town dry, I
of 'late tht' have been there for the month ol
han'
l t'l''i- over the
unl tbe I the baser elements ofboth 00 near you. or you will climb so near save us a splendid spin

nun !'i Thnialit' aii'i! d.>cui-sinn to between and colored race::; I to i him. you will realize as never be- beautiful hard roads of Daytona, I August, will return home and Mr- : e

q I t-.It! : 'n t,f why people! do not go to the white I ire that the mystery which we call through its principal avenues, which Schreiber and family leave tor th.-it '
.
'lunch! If'iii.'y only'i it Bradei might be removed.In connection it used the fol- I D path is but a glad transition into a are noted for their picturesqueness I home in about a week or ten da> >. 15.75 ,

own MumSiiuda! ) they will lean this concerning the saloo I life more real. and that "There shall I and beauty thence along the beach as I Mrs. Frank Harris and daughter. ; ;

w >!.\ |pt cpi.- iii no to church and tbey; wing words I he no more death neither sorrow nor Tar down: as Port Orange and it wa:; I Misses: Sara and Louise Harris who WITH OUR
South: ,
of the in the '
find! in th> converse problem he ride have ever1njoyed. have been at the beach for two 10 Y-=Warranty
t HI (i"11 the South, the propIe -! rying neither shall! there any I the most delightful xxe
solution of the )problenwlii "So, throughout Pori II months return home tomorrow accompanied This i H a h'srh-praiie, absolutely! rpliable! ma-
the to
a the former things are We made trip
i'i position\ : tht'm.Ihl" ; I come to look on the wbiske morE' pain for I hine.: swell, front table witn tape P'ed-ure irserUri
l "- 1 I' lu- !ions: been troubling have danger. Tht'yfear :I paspd away, and God shall wipe all i Orange, which .i i iex'en mile. in nine by Mr. Harris and Frank j cabinet is made of solid oak and haiimeylearned.
their greatest Eac' machine is carefully adjusted.
Hradt'utown solution! bottle as : Melton i* spt'ndid I Harris jr. The former has been at I. of accessories
the Mr. a ; complete s-t
oimutefc. ith
is I I saloon to wrea I tears from our eyes. ready for use. t-;a
who hay' to. permit the I beach for the lew' days and : and attachments. This machine is substantially
!bpeople deal for the pat
'.l",1 is
.is !Cj i, on the low tneInegro -- citizen and doing a great : made, is light running and absolutely laranteedor
Hi influence
1..t1\'Ih' re anti! u n'ir: Thehad a i its awful That "Coming Out" the upbuilding of our neighboring: latter for a fortnhi.w : i for 10 years and%ill do any arid al! kinds of sew-
white. They I I Ihhe and if da netind
Episcc and low type : ng. You matry iti.Odajs you
'.. odI'M.: ..pit dilapidated removed tbis The Ocala Banner is authority for i town Accompanied by 1)s j fami!: Mr. it to be better than any E3i.I machine V.Q
with a few ha.e as far as possible 1 K. Robinson has returned : rill refurd>,>'jr money.
t t pal fh'ircii!! !, oxer there 1 I would stam. out 1'tht' statement that the hoard of irate' :\1,>:ton left this nviniihs: lor Hot I Mr. George Send jday for complete! illustrated catalog giv

1. .-iiil"Ts., and they :pirltnally I deadSminluiw fluence. as the Prohibition is stron lof that city will fix tl>:> date of the! i Spl'jll; North Carolina! v- they to the beach from Ocala His family ing full, et.ailld infurmatwr.WoW fur our tpeciil

uth.'r.. Bishop Gray: e fire rand. the month of September. expect to remain a: the Seabreeze offer
or Convention" tor will enjoy
Coming-Out
)Ocala Co.iart.hwt
and it is this race question Anderson Hardware .
I
unknown in Flot in the South until the last of September as do also]
t"'ind! a clteyutah has done much to make i itstrong. somt'> '" time in October, the exact date :ttt.o. .:"r. l>e-..'..rbuCor.. Jioore
strong at his which 1\11'0.: \\"iiJiamndHOI1! and family.!
and Mr. L. R. Chazal gave a
Tuesday Ga.
i ''a loll ponular! I (0 he given later. Atlanta,
!.oiuand !siicceedt-d in prevailing up is not free fror i Now let all saviors of state and Ki-I fj Tennis: trip TO the Inr! He hart i aij ..; 1\11': .-. Si-trunk;: and i children awl .Ii-- .......
and ad "Now Knoxville 1 ,. .. will lean for homa: :' >u't
to Knideutoxvn I sr.e.t.all ut the Ora'a! m :n and ;tli: '-un
ao ready to "speak *
10 in Florida: get
.'J.i I ;/ Atlanta. There is aIla till1
to that sick! sucb dives as ; 'he! ii.T-Uue! of tit mon;!:.. y
rho
physic the B"'a. h. Tli-: Wnt
: : y !
the dear on
nputtual
':ii-\ r of negroeKnoxville. sI ilwir little piece"o peopu >uy'
That was about i a rge floating population I I'i I 1 Education Mail! '
.1 ;,', '"" tr 'uiroh They come from othe and while at it don't let any one of vying a big n\hfr.v at noon brought I by
.. '.' that a wonderful in I n..arl'0 !hundred Mr?. R R Cari; : and da"--::l 1 f
with them .
\-ai ;a_'I. .:111( I construction camp; tin fail: to dedare himself: panh3wl : tome .Qokar ... )t. De ','. ', }', >< ret ti wrought. The dilap towns and from Morn-. who '.:.\1' h\ -.>.\\ at t1.-- S> .?' a'i'n.I'! .er:..! -, :,:..", "t '..a&t.
g-l! ryads.aiI1.t u-h. .
ham 'ireti unequivocally fm .. '
committed
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t-hnrch has blossomed out :\Iost! of the crimes r s -litInn 1.)1' a 11..n'.. have iv.n'itr : i: '1 1 > .' ..... alt..I. n.l.atetc..
I'ttU' I !beiiexat tV! lea.-iiu; : ft can'c-s.: aimaiutt i Grsnmar..tr.
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"( 1 attractive ed be traced to the dIves : i Hi". :. .1. 1 I'-.tu 1'a: il"I ,". ..' !r. Cirr'",]. ;tine \ t"r a Thorouchli Taught! In Mail ,:.rn >' -aM<'d
ry ,
3itss Manila i I.e l
,,i" .1 bianl newvt class of our poi ; the jt.;..: t.ai'.i; : i.: "dry': r n.i- V.tc- l..IJ.1Iitl'r.- I" N + atalnq ugtret.
ii congregation*. are s o there is not any i I of oiis.na: and and Ih'! much in.I .. by common ra-ril"rs-CJ1p: yCUnty he house: a mot )
ific. be as tnry
; ought to
bi which
thurcb is not ulation I 'fv1! hay rid.pu."o] CI.I" .\' ir-'at:: : : .
1,11-: that the the result! of this comin \\ a". !i.i;!'::Tni. Vori'i.! !: : !
entinoniinimity in
. them. The I terested ,
tiiotiuh to hold of this city
the negroes
of the clersymai ell'Ction as ----
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.' is proud every tongue.I, It is in the interest: of the white pc ,, ', "
a,1,i his praxes are on I temptation of drinkfrom ] -

II!. \1. .1 I Mime say! he i?:: the most Flor bril I pIe to the remothe whIte men; it is far mor Women's trebles l threw a. clcud: ever their lives, which neglect may cause to become permanent.Y .

Itut 1 : and powerful preacher in I in the interest of the negro people; tu< I Make! ycurs: into a pacing:: : shacow btak.r.g a r.edc.r.e that acts -ectly:: en your womanly! organs.he dis-

1 1 1.1 went up to Ocala remo\'e the temptation of irmk ::1'\11] 011 r crder of which. has caused yc-r womanly;: : troubles. The right: ; remedy: fcr you when you have headache,

t.' : winter he class of their people"We ) functccs: etc., is
.
,'ration there that e lower backache, nervous I spoils: :] dragg.r.g par.i, irregular
an- ,t.-fl<-he't'I a noted at the time that' tho on::

\ Frank: Harris: the veteran whit h0:- ,,:
!1.,1! Knoxville
r in
of tfc. Orals Banner, and caus tWO wards populated l 1\' I:.' Ca.rdui
I I those of
f
01 "wet" were 1\Tine\
column
whole .
coh,. ,
a
,I I. d. \ nt. preacher. I groes. A large part of the! Passing

a.11:1: rant i :! ,!: -or the is of excellent qua't\!:
the an population
# tn the I moral, : church! '
\i\\' v cI IIlllt' do..1 maintaining a good college I suffered with female troubles fcr 12 years; triad 4
restiou why peopie e\ idn: Mrs. R. H. Lawn, cf Surctt: Ala! ,, writes

,. \.t,it :."'11 f,1 rtlt 1 hi' gl' l It is because ot tha'dHty :i and the like by, some but the bad place blacks i*:: as \\,-: ccctcrs; they did no good, so I took Wine cf Cardul.: I have taken 18 bcttles,-feel greatly relieved and am
I ir cursed
\I .t'"' II! and proper training real,, i I bad whites. Knoxville 1S to b. aaow better than i:120 years." Sold by all reliable druggists, in $1.00 bcttles. Try it
a as
.
,.''ler.! Give the people that the saloon whirl! W-te Yf-fnoeOt'yofY !uanefA-page i9nstrae0 Book for Women. If you need MtdlcaJ '
: to !!
.. ii psfit ; and thewill gc I I! agratulated. conflicts l be WRITE US A LETTER A. t'. Grk: -* v *.: i .a-ptom statirg: ate *iJ rep r Wi; te C'uuanooga'teen r.tn; riainTseaieJ! envelope.J4 .
I 1\ t .'.';t''.,preacher as, was likely to perpetuate Ares: : L4.;;es .k.\gory Dept.. The Chatunoozi Aleicase Co.
just
There is I has been re'
'" h -ir him. two bad classes,
as tween
:? in a preacher
ahi1l
of Issue
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DOES IT PAY? DOES PROHIBITION PAY? !
I
ASK?
I the Devil and his minions weighingour

I I. arguments or counting our votes?
I By Charles Scanlon.) The Argument That Saloons Are Necessary (By Charles Scanlon, Field Secretary .
I "Shall the throne of iniquity have Four Collie,
Does it Pay to license a traffic: to General Prosperity is :j of the Assembly's Temperance FLOH'TDAAffiliated }
I fellowship with the, which frameth DcL.\NIJ.
which lessens the demand for the t Knocked "Sky High" by Conditions I II Committee.) I I "
mischief by law? -< Ps. 94:20.: ) with the University of Chicago
btl.ful things of 1if '. which increases -, in High Point,
If more liquor is sold where there standards are those of the Uni.ersity .
their cost and diminishes the ability -I! North Carolina COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-Tte
!| are no saloons than where there are, Let the Saloons Start the Reform receive their degrees from both
to pay for them? } High Point, X. C. has had of Chicago. Stetson's graduates
never sa-
The city of Fond du Lao, Wis., has
would brewers and Stetson catalogs '
Does it Pay to license a traffic;. distillers, and whole Stetson and Chicago See the Chicago
loons. The
has been
city not keptback i adopted a novel, but it is successful
hoped a -
sale dealers who admitted to prac-
of this College are
about
bioh. makes men less skillful less 1 in her commercial own sevenj j I COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates
less reliable which lessens i development ty-five per cent of all saloons, license I plan, to prohibit drunkennessin examination.
steady ; ;(iI because of this fact. pay tice law in Florida without
endurance, lessens self respect and' :, rent, taxes, insurance, attor the community. The city council COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHMJC: ARTS--
i High Point is a city of factories
adopted an ordinance pictures -
the respect of others, lessens confidence -i, and mills; a community where all ney's fees, and contribute large sums of blacklisted requiring, that: is. Mechanical, Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses l 1Ei:1. :

I lessens credit. lessens the de classes of money to influence the press to persons Fine new building, costly equipment.
of live to degrE'es.
lug
men and toil.
those who drunkards and to
i iI fi f are 'i-
publish and distribute literature in all its branches. Bookkeeping
mand for food clothing.. shelter and and COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Danking
Xo in the ,
i city United States can \ whom bars and saloons prohibited in..iGther

are
in other ways to obtain license all Beam. courses tools with which to work? I i boast of to test methods. Shorthand and Tnewriting
by
I more successful business en-
from be
selling to
whiskey, post-
Does: it Pay to license a traffic; lessen the amount of their sales? Large Faculty and commodious building.
terprises, more substantial financial Departments. I
; ed in all saloons: A feature of this
", bich breeds" idiots, paupers, cri'ri- Would the liquor men now be main- EMY-C raduates prepared to enter Harvard,
conditions, more beautiful homes or i five t ?.ew method is the fact that at least PREPARATORY ACAD .. ___ .0___ ro..n____.
uals. lunatics and epileptics and' taming national organizations at I Yale Princeton, Cornell, Michigan, Chicago ana au -.-- Cl-- ....vu.s. ::>
more contented home dwellers. ,
: one man, woo had been given to
casts them upon society to be supported : The | heavy expense to oppose all prohib- MODEL SCHOOLS-I. Kindergarten in its own bjiid-
present population of High i drink, and control
; was powerless to
by decent, honest and industrious -'i Palm is itory measures. if such measures did J I fprimar and Grammar School. in separate building. These school
about
ll.yuo, the growth being '! his appetite for whiskey, personally ing. ,
people? not interfere with the traffic? Would
!f constant and regular, and not due I made the request that his picture be especially prepare Public School teachers.
Does it Pay to license a traffic I they keep an expensive lobby at the a'dozen pianos,
L-A 10000.00 pipe organ
in any sense to "boom" conditions. I placed in the saloons. thus taking MUSIC I SC H 00 separate
''Which increases taste by creating av.eessity i national capital to urge the restora- of study.
I thorough courses
faculty,
High Point is an industrial commu- away from him the last chance to buy building! large
for jails penitentiaries, asy )nit)_ Between thirty and l forty large I/ tion of the canteen or army saloon, whiskey that was destroying his man- ART SCHOOL-Xew Studio. Costly casts, models, etc.
terns, hospitals, almshouses, orphan- I and to prevent a prohibitory clause and instructors. They hold de-
j I manufactories, employing several Stetson has a faculty of 4S professors
hood
j and wrecking his life. The I i
reformatories, police and criminal -! I' in the statehood bill for Oklahomaand .
Columbia
age Dartmouth
Yale
thousand hands find no difficulty in name of the man in question is Jacob grees from the University of Chicago, Harvard, ,

courts? securing competent labor because no1:i Indian Territory if they were not Dengle. He there is other Toronto, Wake Forest Louisville, Bowdoin. Utrecht, Bucknell., tniversi

Does it Paw to license a thing which I liquors are sold in High Point. I financially Are beer interested? way for h4m says to keep sober,no and he of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over $300,0-0.00:: In
decreases man's industrial wagons and "speak
a efficiency -j The rate of taxation is now $1.23 1-3 I ies" and eas- voluntarily asked to have dealers en- buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an
"blind
so that the government reports I -33 1-3 pigs" and liquor endowed of 13,000 volumes a beautiful chapel with costly fur-
being for schools, and 00 joined from selling him liquor. An- library over ;
show that 72 cent of agents alone worse than all these
per agriculturists cents being the general apportionment. other feature of the ordinance is thatit cishings, including stained glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a $10,000.00 pipe
evils plus the
discriminate against him for using open saloon? Do not
organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatus; an enclosed Athletic Field
it and I the records of hundreds of was drawn and advocated by a saloonkeeper -
that 79 cent. of manu- towns
per
High Point's bonded indebtedness Alderman lunning track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides swim- .
facturers, SS per cent. of tradesmenand !show that the saloons do not lessen Henry Bruett.
is $223,000. I The alderman has had trouble in not ming, golf, rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women; !
their
9 .'1.1.._ _..__ HA High Point's Assets 1 tomntotinn .,__ .l. ;_I_ __.2 ,_ "t- hoinir able: tn Hictino'iiich hMu'p,>n I ten large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Mineralogy and .,
uu un. :same l I L "'1LL."&& i" 'II 411t, auu IS IDE'II -- "
lng ..1 Two graded schools, worth.$ .2 ,000 those on the prohibited list i and others -I Biology; several large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bel1s,
I
Does it Pay to maintain a national spawning place of the most degrading -
''I A water works plant, worth. 160,000 I vices? who wanted to drink and be steam heat, cement walks, shell roads, broad avenues, spacious campus,
Quarantine against criminal and dependent -
An electric ligbt plant. worth 30,000 How do I struck on the idea of having a picture shrubbery: and trees; social, literary, musical and other students' clubs; star
saloons
classes from abroad and li-j.1 help a town? Do
A fire department, worth. 10,000 I. gallery right in sight, that he lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location is beautiful j
cense 25< ,uiirt saloon keepers to manufacture they make better fathers, husbands, so t
Street improvements, worth. 100,000 could know to whom sell the and healthful, and the expenses are low.
to
such products at home? II sons or brothers? Do they make required -
Tea miles fine sidewalk, worth 20,000 liquor and be safe from For catalogs, views, folders and information, address the Preident. ;
Does it Pay to employ teachers to mothers, wives and children comfortable pros- i

teach children the evil effects of al--I A Commercial legitimate civic pride. and happy? Do they help to ecution. His scneme met with ridicule LINCOLN HULLEY, Phi, Litt. D., LL. D., Demand, Flat j

rohol upon the human system and license enterprise. build up churches and make it easy but Henry is coming to the I ,,I
And 1 V ..
worth
more than
all-happy front "
men to sell a thing which inflames I for parents to keep children in now. !
homes. school? The fact that at least one man in
the stomach. hardens the
Does prohibition ? State I Institutions forHigher Educa1onLJiversity
pay Fond du Lac
asked that his
brain tissue, softens and weakens the Do not saloons mean drunkennessand pictmv '

blood vessels, impoverishes the does not drunkenness mean less be placed in each of the bars of the ,
Henry W. Grady on the Whiskey : ______
Own as a --- -_---1 -- fI
blood, overworks the heart, retards steady and less skillful labor? Do warning to saioonKeeper-; I h - ------

; the elimination of effete matter, dims Traffic not sober men work more and retain not to sell him whiskey, tells the story Florida \\1
( "Tonight it enters an humble home of the of the Female
of
the eye, dulls the hearing diseases their earning capacity longer than struggle many unfortunate CollegeTallahassee

the throat, lungs kidneys, liver I to strike the roses from a woman's drinking men? Do not life insurance I persons in trying to cure themselves ...
cheek, and tomorrow it challengesthis of the habit. State of Florida -
It is
t nerves and muscles; the demand for I companies say that an abstainer is i a pathetic
Fla.
which is wholly)) artificial and when republic in the halls of congress. from 30 per cent. to 40 per cent. better 'story, and one tnat should appeal to ,

"Today it strikes a crust from the risk than even saloon men to make them discourage
supplied a drinker? Will -
serves
no good ? not the
purpose i A College for Women, without
lips of a starving child I Gainesvil'e, Fla. /
and tomorrow
1 Does business of the man who has no control
it Pay to call ministers to I a town be determined by
parallel in the South, embracing
2.
;, levies tribute the
the upon government it the amount of over his appetite from drillking.lontgoDlet' .-
preach of goods which
gospel lore, charity its citizens -
Colege of Liberal
self. A high grade institution for young Arts, a School for

honesty, purity, forgiveness and redemption I I "There is not a cottage humble can buy and pay for? Is not the ) Journal. men, offering Literary, Scientific Engineering Teachers, a School of Industrial

and license other purchasing capacity of a lImited Agricultural and
men to man Pedagogical Arts, a school of fine arts
I I enough to it, including
escape no palace SALOONS
engage in a traffic which fosters hate, strong I to his earning capacity? Do not PROSPERITY I Courses. *
I enough to shut it out. I I Strong Faculty well lab- piano, pipe organ, violin, voice cul-
; equipped
I engenders strife, breeds dishonesty sober men as a rule earn more than
--- ; ,I I "It defies the law when it cannot It has been well known for I oratories; thorough instruction, both ture, elocution and Physical Culture.
Impurity and destruction? drinking men,. and do not their families many I theoretical and practical; careful supervision A Faculty of able specialists in all
coerce suffrage."It
\ l Does it Pay to send missionariesto consume more and therefore years that the editor of this paper I and discipline; high moral departments.

the heathen to is flexible to cajole but merci help business? Is the Tuition free. Charges for specu
point out the way credit of a has never favored prohibition, and tone.No
., Of salvation, and from the less to victory."It drinking man as good as that of on I II I tuition charges to Florida stu- instruction Fine Arts reduced to a
same an
port is the mortal one occasion jumped actively in the j I I dents. Other expenses very low. minimum. New buildings in course-
: and often in the enemy of peace: abstainer, if not ? Do
same vessel send I why not all political I For catalogue and information of construction. Write for
address Catalog.
and order, the despoiler of men and fight to retain the saloons in Jackson, I
"liquid damnation? : ) economists
agree that tt? i ANDREW SLEDD, A. A. MURPHRER
Does it Pay to levy a tax to support terror of women, the cloud that shad- morals of a bread-winner are fully as I but there are some things about prohibition President PresVknt


orphans and widows and license the t ows.}...._,.t. the.tna...... face,'In.. of......_children_ .' _._..,__the__ demon. ___1 important a factor in his value to the I that stand out prominentlyand ____ n.I -- -------_ -. (
u. .lVl''!:
d strul'tion I a.aflo auu :Sl'D community as his which cannot be
ui misuiuuis ana fathers : physical and intel- I passed O\.r.
Does it to license more souls unshrined to judgment lectual qualities? Can Taking the saloon and its
pay a thing whichIs a man buy I bearing on j

always and everywhere known to than all the pestilences that have beer and beef with the same money? i the race problem, the News has reach-I I MclVE Sc

tIe the c-uemy of everything sacred to wasted life since God sent the plaguesto Who pays the license and all other ed that point where it believes that MACK1YFUfNITURE 1t
!
I God and man? Does it pay to maintain Egypt, and all the wars since Joshua expenses of the saloon keeper) ? What II prohibition is best for the South. But

on our coasts 273: life saving sta stood before Jericho. would go with that money if it did I aside from the moral aspect of the :j

tions at a cost of little more than a "It comes to ruin, and it shall profit not go for liquor? .i question there is a material side to DEALERS i

million and : mainly by the ruin of your sons and If it is such the that
4 a half and out of the a disgraceful thing to question cannot be overlooked. -

) arne pockets and under the same mine. sell liquor that you do not want to It will not be disputed that the I 1

:I : flag maintain 2: O.I)M( life destroying: "It comes to mislead'htUll 11 souls associate with the man who does it. I three IMOSI prosperous cities in the I I WE CARRY EVERYTHING IX THE LINE vj

i stations at two billions and a half and to crush human hearts under its I is it a good thing for you to vote for I'I'I state which have shown more growth OP- "

i. Does it Pay to listen to the sophis rumbling wheels."It him to do a bad thing? If it is A bad than any other large towns are Jack- !!House Furnishings Parlor SuitsIn

t tries antI falsehoods of passion, preju- I co u's to bring gray-haired thing to be a drunkard is it a good son, Meridian and Hattiesburg. and I' Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. Leather, Upholstered <

dice, ignorance, appetite and greed mothers down in shame and sorrowto thing to license men to make drunkards strange! to say, all these cities are i:i and ReeC

t 1 and close your ears to the voice of: their graves. ? It the saloon is a good thing prohibition. They have discounted ;i Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits

conscience, reason judgment, sufferIng "It comes to change the wife's love' wby do those who patronize it desireto the cities Vicksburg.. Natchez and i In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany ,

religion and God? into despair and her pride into be shielded from view by screens Greenville in growth and expansion. |i Maple and Oak. and O k..

: Does it Pay to do that Which will shame. while they do so. and whmust it be Why this is the News cannot say hut Mission China ond Crockery'Complete

r Manche the checks: with fear and I "It comeS to still the laughter on I kept away from churches and schools there the fact stands out prominently FurnitureIn line-Dinner

make you dumb! with terror when at I the lips of little children."It and out of residence districts? that it is true. A great many peoplein all the different finishes Odd Pieces Sets ane?

last yon stand in the presence of the COm** ttifte ill the music ofj I Is there anything in logic. morals. i Jackson believed that when the saloons l

Judge of the quick and the dead? r the Ikutoe and &'& It with silence and J JI reason, religion or common sense l were banished from the capital -.

I desolation."It which says that the church should city that it meant that il; was doomedto Al! Kinds of Bed ,:
and Table
J Dentist Broke Patient's N*ck i iii Ex- comes to ruin your body knd throw down her arms and strike her go down even beyond what it was Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers 'i

'I jv tractlng fviclaf mind, to wreck your home, and it colors when sin forms a political alliance tht>n. When the saloons were put and Upholstering Goods

A social dispatch to the Xew York knows it must measure it? prosperityby ? If Christ said he came not to out of business Jackson had about I Heaters Ranges ,

llerald from Chicago says that the swiftness: and certainty with regulate the works of the Devil but seven thousand population, and one I Full Cook Stoves

tieorge Davis, thirty-eight years old,, which it wrecks this \vorld." to destroy them is it not enough for or two factories. At one time there Line of Up-to-date Pictures, framed and unframed j#

Presbyterians that was: a strong sentiment in the ture Iouldings and pic- j
has just died in the county hospital' they be as their city Full stock of
'"WHISKEY s'H OPS HURT BUSI Lord? for the return of the saloon, but 'J
In that city from a broken neck, suffered manyof Farm and Turpentine .

J while he was having a tooth: extracted NESS" Is it right to vote for a thing which those who were formerly in favorof Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles j

by a dentist The case it is Says U' S. Senator Carmack no decent man ought to defend? Is I the saloons are now violently opposed "

t declared is without precedent in the it right to vote against a man who to them. It is probable that And 5att of wagon High on stt-sK ,

I history of the hospital. Dr. A. B. IV "The absurd contention is often advocates licensing a saloon in your t here will never be saloons in this ,

tare, who conducted the examination, made that the abolition of the saloon home town and vote for a man who I county and city again. This may bea

tJ. ; said: advocates licensing saloons throughout rather broad statement, but the Brick
: I f would injuriously effect the prosper- Limp, Cement
j t. the state and nation? Is News believes that it is true. These Building Plaster
"Davis it rightto
told
'" me that he had had a ity of a community. There are some Hair, Lath '
molar tooth extracted vote against license when that is are facts in connection with prohibi-! Shingles, Paints t afcd
by a dentist: arguments so repugnant to reason
W two weeks ago. lIe said It was a big that they do not need the refutationof the only issue and vote for license tion that have put people to thinking I Material I wlFinkf; ; Roofing.

tooth and that the dentist had trou experience. Wealth is produced by when it is combined with other is- about it and which have contributed! ', Varnishes 0.1 I S .
sues? to: the growth of the sentiment. I ? Etc.
tile in j Wall
taking It
out. The dentist was the hand and brain of man, and what Paper. Alabastine
4 t : forced to jerk at the tooth I / Is not the license system the strong Jackson I Miss.) Daily News. I I 1 a give and J Iagnite Wall
," _. seerall ever impairs the effectiveness of both ., us a tria t.W will Paints.
-- notMclver&be
r umes DeIOre it was finalIy withl mind and body is a destroyer of lower to wflicn me iramc doth resort undersold anr1--- n.m.. ...
t drawn. I wealth. The tattered vagabonds wal I in its every time of need? Is it Useful OklahomaFor j pt ,

t "I made- an examination and found I lowing in the gutter add nothing to'I' not the "revenue which it pays," the novelties which it had the } -, Mackay.

I I it that his neck which is always mentioned by the"trade" to into its
was broken and that the prosperity of the community, courage put new constitution : -
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the attack of paralysis and the paint I and neither does the man who puts when this evil is on trial forts Oklahoma deserves better treatment '-- -

t his spine- was due to the injury." them there. I i life? Is not license the most dangerous than the ridicule of those who.

I' I and *
"The: saloon by its insolence, its ar- deceptive expedient yet cry "Populism.
Lynchers Want GoreA fried to defer"or defeat the overthrowof Soon shall
rogance, its persistent Lawlessness, I we know how works in

special sent out from Tallahassee has forced the issue upon the people, the traffic? If a thing is so demor'I practice the often-advocated plan rt ,

Friday morning says: and the people must meet it. It refuses -f alizing that it must be prohibited on letting a three-fourths vote of a jury ...t'

"Fearing a mob of his own state : Sundays and election dayS: and so constitute a verdict. England I
be reformed jnt1now
to it therefore
; must EII;
',. may lynch a Georgia fugitive, who]I be destroyed. It has proclaimed dangerous that it must be forbiddenin is well convinced that the initiative -, !

sought safety in the Tallahassee i case of riots, fires or other and z .
jail I by its conduct that it would rather occasions referendum is wise, but n.-,,-i:
the governor has ordered the Blox- of great excitement, it to itates admit
die than obey the law. In doing so, ought to it because the who-!

ham Rifles to hold themselves in readiness it has left but one course for self- be permitted at any time?!! :Mayor of the country, or none, must undergo i, 416/j4

for orders."Pursued respecting and law-abiding people. Jones in Minneapolis and Governor the experiment. For the Unit l! J

by ten armed men in automobiles "The whiskey shop must go.!" Folk in Missouri can close the saloons -. States the experience of Oklahoma1) I $ 20ci.

e George Simms, a negro, arrived on Sunday, is it not proof that will soon furnish a guide as to just | .,___ tA4 4
here from near Thomasville officers can enforcethe how the general -
r principle must be :
altered .
Ga.. surrendered: the The Packer of Xew York, a journal -
: to sheriff and is law if they will to do so? and adapted to be made j
now in jail. devoted to fruits, produce, etc., states practi1cal.
Is the
l it government .
more jealous ofrevenue -Collier's Weekly.
t J that the cranberry crop this year is : than of justice? Shall we prohibit

Talk about politics making strange not half its usual size and that in con-
the slaughter of buffaloes and The Ocala Banner
gives
4 1 F feed-fellows! But what do you think: sequence, the berry will be extremely license positive as-
i the butchery of babies? Shall surance that the "coming out"
of two such lions and lambs lying high priced in the markets. Boost cp not the of the convention -
i cry child and the mother of candidates will be
.. Jown on the same soft couch as Mr.R. the turkey market now, and the poor be "pulled
poured into the
ear of-me state, off" the latter part of October
Fleming Bowden, sheriff of Duval editor won't even get to make a noise and, no
which is the ballot
box, and the pow- doubt, there will be
county and Mr. John X. C. like Gainesville Ele plenty of pulling. CHAS
Stockton? Thanksgiving-
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of
t \ Jacksonville Floridian. er moral suasion be supplementedby legwise and otherwise.TampaTribune. BLUM &
vator.
.j the strong arm of the law? Are COMPANY .J

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I 1.1': Kali Manner. I
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Special
I SPA I for. t.cala Hannei.
It : !"- day > of M'hool : vial Cor. Ocala Banner: k

j dgr '\ M d un the second After a wrrl|o (lf intensely sultrtrrather ,I We hair been having homeer> !

)1"\\', \ .- ', with a roll of about without lain, we had the nice rains for the past two or three ThoSo H. Keating {

tIt ; Mi" K H. Martin U our most ivmarkabUiUctrlcal storm on days. I! .

',.- tutt, r hi
assistant Sunday afternoon 1
pea we Live: had for ,a Mr. G. M. Webb I dial very suddenly j
I, of I I'ei.luille.!
)1h' long time. One man at Fairfield said last Saturday night at Mr. R. H. j ,

M I: x- -la- "t.i i her guest at the lightning Hashes Scott's where he was staying. Mr 'I

I v an i 111 n. M. P. Prink putyed back and :
\tq forth around his Webb has been a ciuzui of this comjmunity I &
room like kittens, Company
"'.iniu: h.'i r Mier. Miss I
wpth but no damage was done for a good many years. Hl'I I -
so far as
Ki't'., .i HMIillf: : Miss Mil, I
we: know. was Bible class teacher in the Presbyterian I
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ngM lad I
.i.u and we
.ua Our Sunday school of this place
merchants
. .,' .. are at borne again.
uhti\ i :
-" would re- Successors to Strauss & Co.
"I" : and from the Mr. Webb leaves many friends hereto
t i.i M'.IOO! number of boxes and i
: !. and
wel r
,1A1I cases of all sorts and sizes that are : mourn his death.

thin.id. coming in un'I'ry train Dr. H. Gatrell has been. quite sid
tht'y must
\l-\ t! \\\r.! t'arter an- have bought for the past few days but we are glad

: 'l!,. Mlul i \> a lot of goods. They all to say he is improving very fast. I
a being cash

11.I '. ,1\ 'ii o.ala) on IMI-I I % all the buyers money makes came us from wondrht'rt to Messrs. Gatrell and Smoak started dIOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS I

their last Tuesday: IIY
concrete building
j the bills.
DfW'Ar pay \\> didn't know l IIt'foft. !
H'.I'.- Who Well to that Mr. Wilson Tate of North Carolinas ..
they wenso rich :Maybe there I e__ _
tla \ tn'i.:r Onla III'"lay.' I will-be l better i back in our town once more.
I a chance for us to buy;
.fl'\ 'r nl'nS-- Uiii;':"'r, 'Mr M ''on credit Mr. L. L. Smith was iii Reddick
1s hereaft
Ocala Florida' I
t' r fuss j' 1 t ': Mr. \\'i liim: :' Unite Sunday.
number of people! sick dur I ,
1 11t'I: i'ar', r ai 1.1 l ::\Tit ". i i ins; the paM two wot-Ks. but all are I Mr. H. \\ Nettles and Mr. Neal

I i i :\lathewi of Fh'iiijngton were in our
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upruvIi11'e: ;':
I S
T, E ;. H'rch "f t the own last Monday evening.COW. WHISKEY..
CASE
iviiivt\ to have to record the RYE WHISKEY. t l
It.tn "t ocila.: \tt tenu BOY.A Per Galiur:. SPECIAL POUR
i In death of Mr G\(). :M. Webb at Fairfield Per Qt. L'ot[
. . $1.'."
', in '!''i.innj! I Star Rye . ''J
on the night of August :"i:nth. Humane Appeal Red Rock Rye . 0' 2.:.', QUART( OfFER Belle Isle . . . . $ .
:; .I ;1. date- 11rh from ln-inoiriiau- f . . . "
the luiis *. Mr.Webb .
; I Keystone .oo ;: . . .75I'ncle
dll't.'\ hao>o.1 l lt .\ humane oi'u:< ii lf Richmond I Belle Isle . . . . :,"' ,' -- --- -- -- King of Kentucky
r. had lived at Benedict,! for near nd.. Mr. r. Will-.ams.\ : 1"7' Wet k Log Cabin . ". . . 3.0": FOR $2.90VNe Joe . . . oo. l.oj
',uS 1\ . 3. Reserve . . 1.\'"> i
twenty -three years and I was loved lain St.. say: "I appeal io all per Keating's Pride . . Strauss Royal
,1 3.,,,) . . 1'ttcle ."'"
r. Fat H.inK of :land re-perted( b the entire community. Oils with weak lungs to take lr Monogram . . . will MMul, express Old! Maryland Rye.

I, ? .1 .1\ > ? t'.ton\ > I I King's New Iii>co\ery, the only rem' ,. l Joe ...... ..,... .., .. ...... -. .... .. .. ". _3.50Pilgrimage 4.lrt;:: i. prepaid., 4 tail quart o! syssr.0'! ".! .. .". ". .: ::. : : 1.Fern i iStrauss' ..:;:;:1 "4'

.' \I. \t leavesnl' to, I, He had -uftVred from hart I trouble ,>fullunes 'I Hill . . . . o."II STRAUSS i XL Ssg-sj.--- . is::
(' up to proprietor's 76 . . . 5.0'> : : :. . :. . :;
t.:. 'I i:, w "'he tin'lie?. lur' > "\ via! Yl'aI'Two years ago. inendatiou." it sav.s more lives than } ---- E'ernHill . . . .oo 1.50'

I' :. 'II' j mi hrs loim iMn wite. upon lio.se judgment; and all other throat and lung remedie- CORN Corn $1.o0.WHISKEY.. FOR $3.50 Strauss' 76 . . . oo 15-! :
'I .'st'd a cough auu Tennessee old Oscar Pepper (not in bond) 1.-J '
together. as . 1. :
Ijo' lIA .1\ '" I.f t".II'OI. \ !linanaeemen: he had depended! and for I jlllt world Cures ashma | North Carolina Corn oo. . 2.)0ICe will send expresiPlanters':: . . . . 150prepaid
told the .
cure over. .
I. I ,t' : n I. "t t a tirM i ia-> !| whom he hail the sr.att affection, bronchitis. croup, whoopins; '! { :Mountain tate:<\'ille Corn('orn.. . .oo.. . ::2!.51" 4 full quarts of j Black" and White. Scotch. . .... ...... .. .. 2 l73>!
>> lL \ernonoo.
:.1 \\t- !. '. t. thaI hit of died\ and he was left alone. His:: cough, quinsy. hoarseness, and phthis-j i old Harvest: Corn . .oo 3.00( ; ST2AUSS ROYAL

.1' !! i oi. i i m!. \F,< a "six hit" : health had been poor for some time ic, stops hemorrhas. s of the !huii- ;; S GIN., i CN! .

: ." then and builds them nn. Guaranteed ai J JTy I Swan Gin. . . . . $1-58 ) RESERVED j I Per Q, Bottle.1
Ko | mil ne am not :seem 10 think dings Ac Co's. drug stole, iw. and I .) Tom Gin . . . .1."..'> _- I -'
: !obl "iiil\ K'et bus and. i was much the matter with him. On $1.00. m Holland Gin . . . . Y.00 !:I i London Dock Gin . .S .75;

.j.act'u' than she does. he Gin . . . 2.50 FOR$3.50 Tom Gin . . . . i.oPerfection ) ;
drove
t:r"r+ : I Thursday afternoon overto I! Crown Gin' . . . 3.00 ; Holland Gin . . . !.'+')
,'r l '. Mr. .,ltd! Mr-I \\ Ill. Deirei Reddick to get Dr. Wilson to pre CANDLER i I \V e \\insena4iimvii3. t; Phosphate Gin: . . !.-0

I. and Mr and Mrs. I II"IL 'scribe for the child of Mr. Scott th" I England Rum RUM.. . . .$2.50 OLD Booth Tom Gin . . . 15" -.

much his Special Cor. Ocala Banner: New . . 3.00 I MALT WHISKEY.
I,, nit regretery man he lived with and after return Jamaica HARVEST COIN i

.. *h*>r \ ih>\e away. home bought some fish and seemed J. F. \Vorick has returned from his: RumBRANDY.. : per Qt. Boule 1--
I
visit to the North looking well and S Brandy . . .$1.50 The best goods to bt : Duffy's Pure Malt oo. . .1.0'
\1 I M 1a.1 1 lion and children to enjoy his supper and expresseshimself there I Blackberry Brandy. . oo . 3.05 had for the money Bowman's . . . . 1.00 I

,\ ". Pt'!..n>liuu?. We con j I as feeling well. About lou: having enjoyed his stay very AII.le Peach Brandy . . . 3'00 SWEET GOODS. a

, .t' >aiiulrit! \ Y down on the [ a. m., hearing a noise in his room much. We are all glad to have him I California Cognac . .oo .oo 3.00 FOR $6.OO '!t Per Gal. r rJl'
;' Peach and Honey "a" grade .$1.50
back again. WINE.
.a on \> .t.ii.tiisuch: a : Mrs. Scott went to him and found .
i send "aa" :200!
\Ve will grade ;
I' and Honey
express peach
.$1.50
of this week Rev. Whit- . .
\d: he had gotten up and lighted the On Tuesday: Catawaba Wine. . .'." . . 1.50 prepaid 4 tull quarts i of Rock and Rye "a" grade . 1.50CTRflllQQ ,.

tt 1. if !b a >t f.! \ ..t where Mr. I. lamp and secured a bowl to vomit tier was a welcome visitor to our Port Blackberry Wine Wine oo. . 1.50 I t rAKUUb Rock and Rye "aa". .grade. ...... oo. 2'yrt 3.00 ,.
Whittier. 1.50 '\ > orange Brandy
.
,1 1 \' :0".1.. u : 1 K**. I in. He remarked to Mrs. Scott "I town. Come again. Brother Sherry Wine . . . ."i1< : Banana Brandy . . . 300Apruot t -
10 of things Rev. E. G. McKinley and wife have Imported Port Win'' . a. 0 I "'76" DYE Brandy . . 3.oO S
K- H- .1.. '' ri.iiiipton have I guess this is the winding up Canonsburg Wash., and to Iml"orted' Sherry Wine 4 "' ,

..6 .. till: .1 i 1''"sival minting I for me and it could not come at a gone to K

'-u ,lays Several better time." After giving his broth- points in Pennsylvania to visit I r
t. pa- j
.r., via\t l 1..1. made and the :'er's address and asking that the family friends and take a needed rest. I
< 't Candler is going dry this fall sure.Many & Co.Ocala
<; .,! .< .Iiw* ,'i !! give themselves; no extra trouble Thos0 H. Keating .
without a : of our wells have even gone I
I !I.,, I' 1'11'11111-1 .1 white ribbon Jon his account, he expired I

t ii .nniiit: 111 i .- in Berlin atUti struggle. He was one of the few dry.

'I who could be properly called a,
I ? t.': F'IoridafVV'.AAAII
Touch That HealsIs
I The
i and he seeme dto have
man
PhillipHardy! saintly
W \ j I : the touch of Buckleu's Arnica ,

hi* I.**;.:. I Hi.dtfens! ,. were in no more fear of death than of going Salve. It's the happiest combinationor

r' ; r ,t\ Sr.rda' doing some to'sleep.. The amount of good accomplished Arnica flowers and healing balsams t
and Mrs. Webb ever compounded. Xo matter I J

,... ;", by himself how old the sore or ulcer is.i this *AA* t A "AN\v.NV I4A p
in that community
.. 'i-' .-t, .. u i- --aciwni'anied! ; in a religious way. I Salve will cure i it. For burns scaldi i

'.'. t < -ala Monday. will never be known. cuts: wounds: or piles i its an absolute f
of God. well done!" Guaranteed by Tyding & Co.. I represented the I ''liun. He that he
.\: w : t .j"| I'IIUlI' shopt "Servant cure. FLEMINGTON BOIL1.: L Payne sl1g (' says:: may

i i iYh is it that we see so many druggists. :;;c. m I ]'airfield Mftion in Uala WednesUiy. -I make hi> iie'uit! at the Ocala "coniins-

... "- 'll >' .. i -v.' v ofI:1tl'l: ''pit. >oor horses and mules on the streets j: New Turpentine Company.The Special( Cor Oc.i.ii: Bd'.imr.This i and he ithe saint genial and out con n.ntion."

of them are not much more than l:ompanionable gentleman that he Prof. J. H. Brinson. representing
i in )
'1. : !.'! brotleis >lany j Lake Jackson Turpentine Co, place was \i. iteil la .1 terrific '
lide and bones. las always been. Nature made him Rollins College was visitor to Ocala
;a. 'I t : report d i havI : at Paxton. Fla., is a new concernthe in The i
and Now we have laws to protect i ioor the rain storm Sundaafternoon. i t:hat way so he simply can't help it.Se Wednesday. He is a pronounced candidate
.' ; .. i II' at 1 Ln.: field. It was organized August .
dumb animals. but it ) electrical ih plax was grand and a\\e- superintendent of public instruction for superintendent of public
!
It' we dt<: .-'!LT I IJ)> willing 21st with a capital stock of $25,"<"i.. was
to be nobody's business to see I for the county for sixteen instruction for this county to succeed
'eems the
: They have secured a lease for t inspiring. 1
Even in Xew York ; the the also honoredlim Prof. Cam, and his long connectionwith
enforced. and 1. K Mixs.oniited *ears, and county
h -m J.
:. ,sir nohouk t turpentine privilege on all the timber :M.
and other large cities where men ; Friday. : i with a seat in the legislature. the public schools of this county -
City
;.1 I"hCit>' giant\ holdings in Alabama and Florida Brick
.n grind out their lives inH.at : C. Gray made a but-ine:** : j His friends in all sections of the and later with several of the colleges -
md women 'will Mrs. M. ,
.. f ;: 1t'u'io\J! to'ceep Company. The company erect
shops for scarcely enough McIntosh Friday. j (ounty are now urging him to enter of the state well qualify him
-r.. \ ,I., \\ .atheiMrs.: s \ a new still at Paxton, Fla., installinga trip to
: soul and body together at the Ola Simms of Anthony arrived the arena for one of the county of- for the duties of the office. He is Marion
., Mrs 1hr 1 I return tubular Miss
Harriet
', 125 horse power
I I' ;.f' I : of twelve to sixteen hours a day. 611- Saturday and opened the Oak Hill I ices, for they say he would fit a niche county born, and comes of an
Jaa ,- !:atl'l' ate boiler. They will also install a
1 ", ',1 Mr nor much more then babies, j school Ionday'morning.. We are i in the new court house well, and Mr. old pioneer family. He will make a
Arthur < hildren engine to take the placeof
Ma-ter horse
I j .raniM driven until their little bodies'ire power I have Miss Simms with us': ]Payne is seriously considering the swift race.
.. i ire the one now in use. Savannah glad to i _
I i weakened, ------- -- --------- --------- ---
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and minds j I
dwarfted : ---- -- -
,. ch.trse oft 1 1 Stores: Review. I again. -- -
", has Naval
S : succumb to their | I visited Montbrook oni i _ .
thousands 1j
at'while Mr. McEwen ; 444.44+. NH 1 ...4..
1'-: .uuuis-ar I bondage and find rest In the II __ _- __ __ ___ I afternoon. Wonder what the :
,, .. uand I l-30011,1 II Calling mule I Iar Sunday
\ horse or I
" i i.u-ni +:s, I i i ][(otters field but not a NOTICE. attraction was. ;
i \in that beabused. I I
,1 allowed to !
( Ba"'I\. Ilf Ma' I any other beast is II Mr. }1. J. Chitty is happy over tht Adding NewWe Accounts

. 'I' I t:1: out underfed or overloads In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial of corn he has made 'j
\ 1.1 :-it'" "utii: ? The t so- phenomenal crop
'What makes the difference Circuit of Florida in and for

of Cruelty to i this year. .

t t ,. \1. 11uIy: i.. IIIIt farm of' (L-iety Animals I for the looks Prevention after their inter-sts; i I 1 Marion L. county-In Torian complainant Chancery.lenry vs. Our bachelors:Messrs.are J.quite H. and festive J. C. : are constantly adding new act i

His Now comes
h. r : human beings
;Hdl of the defendant.
',.r t tO JU. n 1111011 1 but almigbtdoHar in the case blinds the stranger Ida Ordtfr B. for Torian Constructive, Service.It i Smoak with a birthday dinner, which about / counts and our business is increasing at :

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of 1 i be There were
..I' a few 111011'1' oppressions of \ they gave Sunday. .
;ill. : 1I and that the defendant
wrongs is ordered i
the dinner
The
to and sis thirty persons: prest-nt. Possibly also i| |
rate.
? : rryk'tl fami.1 his more unfortunate brother ht-rein named. to-wit : Ida B. Torian. i! was abundant, and the only rearetve a very satisfactory you

\ IS..1 < ''_' 1 I' I' al tll" it..rlii tt>r.Theocialists are blindly strivingfor (I jpear be and to she the is bill hereby of complaint required filed to ap-in I heard expressed was the lack of capacity. \ might be glad to join us. ue j

well h l''d! hao' the lawIIf .
of the
before Monday, .
sail the adoption I this cause on or been making'
11.1 ra.t'" j Mr. J. K. Mixson has ;
.1 h.It.: H and the strange part 1SOT. :
li'l rights of October,
equal I 7th day to his place roi -
.\_ .l 1",1 in .1..illin.: their creed: : is that they ignore theteaching It is further ordered that a copy of I; some improvements although he i i-
of that
: .!lll"r 11I.1' "'1'\.1 Man of Nazaret once a week I i cently. He says BANK
,1 .1' of the be published
: tinrld this order !j "a man without a job" he does not COMMERCIALOCALA i
convert
in the
weeks
would
alt consecutive
'ar'r' \\ hen if 'They would for four ((4) !i belong to the army of the unemplo\ ,
.r. of their aim published ,
/ Mi1 I to his teaching Ocala- Banner, a newspaper 'nbusy sine'
\\ I he has been (
,', .\ f'h''r If His teachings; and state. I ed. as i FL(( .
I *"* hI' a. c.>im lished. : in said county he lost his position with the Irvin! t
:4hlloh the :

4 Mr r 11., N.-a lit!. 4 If k.tla \\'el't' universallyy\ lived social up and to by politic- Tbr:$ fifth day of T.September SI3TRUXK, 1907., Ii Crate and Basket Company.( When .**..........1..........NI ..... .. ...................
,t 1 I' 0 :"m. race every ; S. venture
mercantile
hmllan: about his
't :,F.H would disappear, Count, I asked _. JJI. 40JI to
TI't't Marion
al evil \II this worM noIlro i Clerk Circuit Court. he said he knew nothing of it, sal > .- ----[lfi ----. .t."jIIJ' !fi"L f

-- would have no paupers Florida. I -
anti, wr report he read.
Ii the newspaper
.. tie Canal Zone no police. no bun- I LLOCK, {
courts Bt
J to t. 11 a no dis'riminatin -JR. D. i I Pastor J. C. Collum of the Bapu-t
'01 111.1" tramps. nor laws 9-6w-I' Complainant's Solicitorldministrator's *
K ; ragged a ser: tj. VF
"
ar or to comn.t
-ir I' r y class and enridln | church expects
'j _, .11.\\ aainst one i Saturduv .3 la-t S&
., r word 'grafuuld of revival services ;
; lilt'I auoth<>rand the : Notice of Final Dis- pg
,,,.,. I 0111" ; j for several days.
,1 .., I, .1'" r. -'.:',,1'I' J h.'llm" obsolete.If charge. 1! ro
0 \\
ant theyan'
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and
.f fl be true the'I
things hereby given that on
these Notice is ji11
.vinir! <'1' evenone i Lost and Found I- rp sfELnlP' {
if
? it seem as I D.. 190S, the :
--I I *'.-.11'1. III| 1.1" true. don't their might' : :jl9th day of August. A. Lost, between t:1: a. m.. and noon

.4. \ v ." 01 thi i' .,' \\.t' \\'unltt stand readY to use Howe.r. undersigned Administrator of the estate -' ; todaa bilious attack with nau..1 :: cdj'
.1
1 fine, III.d.II' such eonditions. T. Spooner, deceased,' sick headache. This loss was oci
\ ., -tI. til hring about di,. of Henry \( and N k
.' .\ I 1:1t..rl.: \lt'' 't.r.r hil!r the world is i: growing in this I will present to the Hon. Joseph Be'ounty ,,' i casioned by finding at Tydings & Go'sdrug New FIRST AND LAST
tha1statt : box of Dr. King's
;
M"I p"IICO reaches store a
ail ..I'llIadl;, fHtlon. and when it ..1 Judge of Marion county, Flor' 1 Pills. the guaranteed cure for
.tl ::111.1 that is en.joloed j Life 4-wa
I .,.;!.I.." 1IIarIII' > of moral perfection mil--jida, my final account as administrator .1 biliousness, malaria and jaundice.
in the ,
Rule. i __
eta l A. t' drupl.lll.m by the Golden it look I' of said estate. 25c. ... m ; ) JWL
Trut' _
will be here. Florida. September 5, 190;1

-- ------ I..olum a condition of affairs is along L I Stanton. HEXRY G. SPOOXER. I II' L. T. Izlar is enjoying a"i>-it'from 1 '
at IIkf' such far as 5 Major Mean $ made to all who
A 3trt. Mr and M,.. Pet-to : ways ahead but not so I As administrator of the estate 01: Senator Bates of Barnwell, S

'' sitw. i think it we will read up and I deceased. 9.6-tNR l woo is here OB them. In
friend
> buy style
Id Frank pF >lot 110m" will has bee1de [ I Henry T. Spooner. ,! C.' a life-long or wear
improvement J.
Alderman
MrTW. -
,, much business.
the t'OfSH' of Sl e how three centuries; the!I : : : professional and Major Izlar t..' ease and durability, "Shield Brand Shoes"tee
:' '.; a"tUP" in tWO or D. Robertson took him
01 r
resterda9'il intelligence j the mark of I
perfection.
bllllcU" increasing Tuesday andi I
a 'Errr with t&-' out to Silver Springs

< ': I .horw jw.... throwlD1.Pelot the people barked by the press ayears : M. F1SHEL I i| they went several miles down the 6OLD BY R5LIABL.E MERCHANTS ONLY

ri.q .Mr. will tCrur more rapidlY ...AA **** *... I Bates enjoyed :he .4
-- /ct" owl J'f'Iofl 1'R ('h.OI: s each onus .4. i river. Senator M. C. KISER I CO. Manufacturers.
t.reakIl jr. go by. Sleanttme closed Mon- outing \"ermuch. and said that it was
J. 1 J t Ii tbf' to hell will be ATLANTA CA.
can tore ,
ttedn' Our
,..l what \\'e of water hehad
,... should do of hoi ihe most beautiful sheet
of account For Sale
fri..nd. by
9t on
tkeh' times. day. Sept, This morning Mr ...
seen.
.' .1 ..y ttttwBABY.. to that good write a set rmoD. ever MARION SHOE COMPANY
didn't surt to tar. will tate Mayor Izlar and t
I Robertson
I nut 0'DanDer t
the host sale wil 1
ant test I Weary now. Tuesday the shoe his friend out to the Palmetto stock

.. ..-YGat'aJ will stop right
f ,; 9li ... w+ra Wad- readers. DARK IS. continue. M. F1SHEL. farm.

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1 Milton! Hood, a former rfoid"ut, ,
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of Ocala and for a while the associate .....
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of Editor Stovall of the Tampa ; _
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Atlanta Journal: ,J! ,' -.
In 18''K there arose in the west a ; .
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star whose brilliancy was unequalled''in ,
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the firmament of American state.manship. .-- <: ,
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but after shining with alter ,

nate brightness it finally went down ;

behind a cloud. In !'!9.; there appear; I

ed anoTh-r star in '!>. w.-st of equal
alA WHOLESALE CROCERS : "'
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magnitude. brilliancy yet unclouded : I C .
and tin- luster of \\IHIMra> ,..1{ I C I

iii yet undimmd by any .detected', i II I ee

t'lt. Though Henry Clay dwlls in1' fIt .-.-....e0
realuu! of the hallowed past and | f

ft 'Jgh William .!. Bryan i is" unfortu-j I -0G

1 for the comparison/ in the lime :i : ......
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I I of the present yet there is much :j jDBinion 4

in 1 with hIP !lives and cliarac a : ; :;; JUST RECEIVED I :( :( \ I

If of the I two great leadr ., .
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ti> | .ere I hum in I lineal I d"-''<', nt of I

oi common mother. th'- mother of !
j i e4 t
..t men as well( as ot Matand: \ --.4.e

k arose alike trom comparative oh.r < ...........
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ty to th.' hiuhent roundt, hnjgrfatn i, .- :......N.N.N...00.1NNA.iN.ON.Oi.NO.0.N.OOOON00.0.....N.i..0.00..N....NN..........+.+++... -

m .'!' '-. and that without! th'i' +

ailij if exterior i !iruiiistanc.-,> Both !! 1: :

w< endowd lavishly t t.\ th<- bund c.a .. -- .. .........
tlf Itur. and, lithe way. the old I

I ha.f,-w tavorites, in a u-nera .. .... .. -...
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f tile< and no indiscriminate: mtis to .
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won 'he :on,> of men Mr Clay :
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t I- ,id! to have vained: th*' rare di- I .
I tilfoi ton of IM-IIIK known a.- 'itbest 0m .4&S 1 --
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h. ed malt ol hlt iDl.'. Mr t llryan.ike & 1 .........
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Iy, l personal I niaguetiMii and uni- a : .
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i kindn> .mi gentleness III tit i 'd

IK- dwells in th,. affertioIlM of OIan.// .. ..
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An Titan<< people! without! .1 rhal .
t'\I! could well I: have Iteen duhh! !"-d thl.1 at -- 1 *b r + ter ---

pit aid kniuht! .it the l IttIi! century.Mr & 00

Hnaii wrh! uneoveiid! t head) t
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staidi! today l I.* fin a us The Illictowned!
king of the Ann rican people, There e> .) .--

i- loot an uninterrupted' ,paiullelism: to .. .. -ct

Iw pursued in the lives of the twomen. & .
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for early !in their public career? Cf \ ...
thre begins & .
a divergence divergnee. -e.
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the further it is followed thtKreattr '
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: becomes its latitude. If the

Keotuckiaii ever possessed the jewel t-- : -......
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.t' consistency he unfortunately l lost! -4

if The Nebraskan has wont the jewel :: :

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1 to rare among public men for overa .- 4
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half core of years without friend cs> 4 t .

or foe being able to steal it. Mr. Clay, .

it may be. Is disadvantaged in the 4 4
comparison by reason! of there arising I 4 Let Us Have Your Orders Quick '

at that time no great national issue --- .
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that towered above sectional local or 4i
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affection, but : i
penwaal however that + --- S : .
may be. Mr. Bryan seems the man --- .
bora for the hour, for with hi. 1'1
un..IT'SRI :: I t ALSO FOR r -: :
vision of the crisis of the century
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and the inexorable purpose with .t-
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which he has kjpt it steadily! before, --


l.im turning, has ,maintained a uniqu ('ou"t.without shadowf -- rr- i I Monte Cristo Slabs Contenental Cubes J

tuisht!! for a moment drop the ClIlIIfJar.// .
I, "i-on here and look for a h [[ !
ttation I of this one characteristic of

; :Mr. Bryan at another w. stern star. Vanbibber and Old I
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I .i. which U intermediary and which con I 3.to
Herts the first two, as it were, into( -
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otte glorious/: triad. Mr. Line'olua" -

t !I l orn to a mission= so we oeli.tt- wa.s E:: 4 Cut Tobacco .......
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"i f I .Mr 1 Uryau.ft 4

I: : i if Mid. of Mr. Clay that on a no :

: t 'able occasion he gave t'xprt| ':-stuu to I E l

,the noble sentiment thai "J!:< had I i.

lather bv right than presidenT." .Mr.

i IU' deluded frt 'ud ami dun'iitf I 4
) !M < s 0

t : n.-nies\ did U'"I votiiilaril! > a.-j hw 4 4

I' ithe! 'he role and l words of :)1.ul, ..lni ecevhig 4 4

i I' ">I ii,> but the eft'ei t .,'1'h.( .' f>am' 4 4

> "? a'l 1 did bee thai on the Luperca! 1>:9_ t 4

I I 'tri, *' presenud him a kinuh I II r, : 4 4 -'

".wn which h.- did thrice refuse" !' tllti 4
I --till
M. d Mr Bran on two notable occa- .

I '. 'ii-. mtW\ ; and Pt l! 'II, d"viati.! ti nluI I Just unloaded Car Ballard & Ballard's Pure Shorts and Bran in 4

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i < cl:. M>eu pan ami! pro\eii r>', t' 'aJl( 4 -

t I i", 'he trust ,imputed' ujton/ him., I thru I !!' :: i 1100 Ib. Sacks. Remember we handleARMOUR'S f 4 4 -

t Ililk'Bt have been president lint! he't ,: a 4
t 1.,1.i iiirt then bet-n Mr. tin .111. nor'w 4
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"ild' he then ,in this paiticuiar' lieeii'i'n -n-
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: -d,I to his great predc* -MH- 4

'la! STAR 4
!l It111' HAMS 4

1 4 !,. r ad would, !It.' emptieil, ot !ITS I 1.1- ; _

I i-ai"i-: lOti wid '>pp-ad was; th .i-! -ire I! 4

I !t.'ar. his wonderful orator In ;h"ini -- !

t ; ages the period will V '.">',>, I''' CANNED MEATS ETC. 4

I I" ,, M, when 1U 1 Is9t! a >oi:1: ,man tdl-- : 4 '

: t v '!i majehtu* mi n and unnvalt d i pouot ,! .
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pfech btH-kons' into ti -
t. v':> nI tK I r 4 \
I 'h!:. magic of his tonuue' a \\a't T 4 -

t : ; i I' i'ular' upnsiiii i :. thatr.: :, ;;.i- : \! Prices right, Quick deliveries, Fresh Goods We 4.4 J
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i own hunlt'll'tim aci'tniMii.i'ed!:: : 1 A .
!- t i't !' p'!! and force, until! i' n iw 4 'c W3nt -

M.i 1. "*, 'i.! :!s an enjiult'nieut! of .I!', I p.,.. .1 i In.ud : -; --

t '- inequalities! whetl!> r -I.! '. : ";
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f !t--Mid: in natiiir.al.. state < .- e\-i ordersHN1i .

:i.n >al! burrowiKeiit.: li t'." I"J'<

i- '.t'n persaM\e and in --a'; '< ?

.1- kind, the other of to !a,> !- -- +0..A ..... ....... '........... 4 :.
:;:1 consonance with ih' :uan i atltl-- ... .........: ::s .

.. ,li-'ation: it 1 is au oratory with t.ri:; ;, tll : t
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l> 'i of Clay anti Webster in T::. i--- 1t

crete.: Imth ponderous :au.! siur! ;!;,, :-. : };

fact, it i is no hyperbolic m..r i it l.n.v d -
of due reverence for the An. rll! :1:1 .. BROWN & ,
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triumvirate to put forth the! claim:: i B --& .'-

that tbe great tribune of tbe t\\ .'u'! : 'r.ia. .- t
eth century combines in hip personality .. '

the ponderous ot'J; ilt: -- i'Ili
mentality .. ..... :
Webster, with the irresistable masrnetisia n' -

of Clay and withal the immal\ t

late character of Calhoun and the! later '- ': OCALA
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trait is his chiefest glory. I FLORIDA
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MILTON HOOD. ,
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