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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: January 24, 1908
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).
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BA N.NER.


TIHE NEWSPAPER--NWHAT IS IT BUT A MAP t'V BFSY I IFE- ITS FPI.-'TI'ATIO()NS AND VAS I '"'\ EINS.'-r)WI'ER


VOL. 43:t, NO


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MOTHER


Mrs. K. Kane, of

Chicago, Uses

Pe-ru-na in her

family of five

children, Grace,

Myrtle, Edward,

Reeves and

George.


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1GRACE- :" .1

ft-ru. bI tie Home.
After allexperienee is the best teacher.
Some doctors may write in favor of Pe-
runa. Other doctors may write against
it. But it is thel testionv of the mothers
and fathers who are rearing families,
*ro loe their chilMrcn, who must
economic as to doctor bills, who are
rat sing little boys and girls into:men and
women of the future, it is the testimony
of such people that really counts.
There is no way to positively ascertain
bow wm oypwIes -n the United States
# *Iy upon Perua for the many climatic
Ailments to which the family is su!jeet.
The number muft be a preat one. Sever-
all milnios perhaps. They have learned
h o w fM Perwu for ordinary ail-
monts, and in that way are guardinn
their homes against more serious dis-

Subch ailment as coughe and colds,
sore throat and catarrh, croup and colic,
indigesUtion and lois of appetite, anemia
and ervousnes, alU these ailments are
promptly releved by a few doses of
P- at t tAw rat slUe.
MUIliom of provident mothers and
ttherm are mguarding the interet-*. of the
um by using Dr. Hart-man't g-eat
remedy, and profiting ty his mtt.;csl
-kbb Ag d pweoaml advke.


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EVES


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i Catarrhal troup.
Few people realize how frqiuin'ly
cr rp is caut-ed t-y ca'arrhal ce,:'"rest., ::
of the throat. Probably nine (I-,- 0, ti
ten of croup is of the catarrhal variety.
The mec..cal profes-ion reet:nizvs
three forms of crot:p. The p13ms'iiu'va-
riety, membranous croup aid oatarrhal
croup.
Nearly every cae isof the catarrhal va-
riety, and a few cosees (of Ptruna ta!t D a.
the first appearance of tVe e:ltarrhal
rvmpt,'mrt i i:iurwrally sufiti-. nt to avt rt
the a&t:vIk of cr C'-,up ia a f'i htf: di :,-e. N, --
I tt ut C&!.t.Ll-al 60 &i&IJ.. ti.t. hQU4fllA,.


A UEALT'YtA


Kept the Children Well.


P'rs. K. Kane, 196 Sebor St., Fiat
"Peruna has been used so long in


1, Chica-o, IlI., writes:
our family that I do not know


how I couLJ get aiong without it,
"1 have .iven it to all of my five children at different times v.hen
pthey suffered with crotip, colds ard thie many ailments that children
are subject to, a:Jd am pleased to say that it has kept them in splen-
did health.
"I have a!so used it for a catarrl.al difficulty of long standing,
arJ it cured me in a short time, so I have e'er) reason to praise


PeruL na."


it i. i"'~'sal to estimate how manyn
SL eIbe( 11 prutc4.'t~-d !uga&LSt croup
Ly t:.q .rlolrkmru- e of Poruina.
r~.s.,sehoIld R-medies.
There j4- nu rmtk .r in the wp-r!d!
which has.- pr,'vt-n eo p''pul a rfor cat arrIn
as- Perurma. It has been used f(,r worc
Oait i .-,rt -v s curedurd th uiankd:
(!f ca..c5, Ie prove. n by our testvinoriials.
In i' e Ky 1izt.,ry of thli!3c,)uniry
P"4vcr .rt lI Vi h I its hm e-irnmde inL-(i-
t 9(P. It. Tht.b 5 .ters. laxatives i
:,, -- v ..'' I t-f (,t, 'i ni s t tev'rv


,zometimer. ass, sted tLy the apothecary 02
tfie family d'ct''I(r.
Furnishing int-dical eompound- direct
to the pt-q 'c. t r'i ro.,b the drug"xst's, if
-V ytl&C vx.-usion of the practice be-
gun by 1f ~.(5
%cnrc:;s System a Wreck.
J 'hn (I*. H 4rcik ,, Irfievid, ~writes:
"On Ihcceintwr 2. 1Kb., I was, in4:zrec
oy a fat'l ,Tit!L- S:Lta Fe R. It., and My
t-ntire m~-rvous %vste-rn was Irnpalrec
t'V the Faille. jit-h.. k p of a pilisiciaz
w~asu, _- _. 1 ,'-x I tried every on*i
in tL, VIC.iUltv, L all we re aiik~e and J


Catarrh of


Stomach.


S Mr. John M. Stansberry, Amarillo, Tex., writes:
S "For several years I had catarrh of the stomach. I was hardly
Sable to do anything, and could not eat with any satisfaction.
"When I commenced using Peruna, I weighed only 110 pounds,
I took six bottles, commencing in the spring, and by the following
winter I had gained 63 pounds.
"I owe it all tb Peruna. It cannot be praised too highly.
"I am forty-five years old, and my occupation is that of architect
and builder."'


remained without strength.
"I then tried Peruna, and after using
It for three months was totally well.
I am seventy-one years old, and my work
on the railroad is hard and tedious, hut
I can work ike a young man in all kinds
of weather, heat, cold, rain. .now or
r storm alike.
S"Peruna is the purest and best medl-
Scine, and if used according to directions,
0 it will help any person and cure any dis-
ease for which it is recommended. I rec-
ommeud this medicine by my own ex-
perienoe to any one suffering from an
: ailment on the order of mine."


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For Herself and Children.
Mrs. Aline DePasse, 776 E, 165th St.,
New York, N. Y., writes:
"It gives me pleasure to testify to the
curativequaliitofut Peruna aand Manahn.


"I was afflicted for over seven years
with catarrh of the head, throsW W
digestive organs. I consulted many
physicians, but they did me no good.
"One day I happened to read some t-
timonials in your Peruna almanac. X
decided to try Peruna and Manalin. X
bought a bottle of each and after taking
them for a week, I noticed a change tor
the better. So I kept it up and after U-
ing twelve bottles I was p-rfectl y- -
"I also gave the medicine to mychUdo
ren and they had the same bensiial re-
suit. I would never be without thea
remedies in the house.
"I highly recommend Perwuna a
Manalin to all my friends, and, la 1&%4 %
everybody."
Thousands of families have lemned t
trust and believe in Dr. Hartman'a Jtdg-
ment, and to rely on his remedyPWUah


I


#SHORT LOCAL SQUIES

Mr and Mrs. Ctr.?:tan Ax .f The
Meadows drove down to ()Oca'a Sat.:r
day morning in tht-ir automobl',e and
S spenDt the day in thbt city.


Mr. P.-flpsty MNa' o is an or:;:iua
and effeciit- Cagiv rhis a is ~art,
always inler-rsting anid our ekc
mak~e up thvir minitd~t.or' a s.urprise.

Miss Sybil Edgar otl~~ai L
teaches schoo! at b-auliful lBel-Nt\ i1
sptnt the velek-tiid vkith lbe~1i
Shelly and lPan-% Soutt-r at t ht h '.iit
of Miss Fannie ClIar'h.



W om Stawkon Fr .i T'Piela! T r
gentlen ,ai s a' tait tawi!!u


Mirs .1. Mlunroth smi-!h of N IArti N a-
a Sal:'Ardlav 'lo i T,1 jI t.al. dl
ttl~1dtd t et-nw- ~raiwcc rally

WI'is it that wse fiuidtn>! 5
ou g"d~nalyi- n i't a a v fro
T lok U 'NaV-~ \' u1 hv

that, cannot be mot ~yconqwptltoirs. x

Moi Mrt Ius. I-E. A I':dlv of IlI-Nt
\ i'-'. Mr avil Mrs Na: 1au i Ma' o, ti
1i~ti''.1l~. NIr anId M T I Ion:a -
MIann o.f \ork aI1nd Mr. E. C. NI ctoI 'l
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we are ready to cure meats.


STORAGE


We solicit your


patronage and guarantee satisfaction.


OCALA ICE & PACKING COMPANY


BELIEVES


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GREAT


DAY


FOR


PROHIBITION


IN


OCALA.


do n- -U ~6
(P"ickly Ash. Poke Moot and PotasoIum.j
-IIAKMR POSITIVE C'71Lr3 Or ALL FORM AND -~,-


Children Parade the S'reets Singing Prohibition Songs#,oTruly


An "Army With Baniners


" Is Cheered Along the Highways,


Hon. John N. C, Stockton Makes a Strong Speech.


Frii'i S!, i "AaN d\ Da. Ia,.-


At nine-thirty o'clock Saturday morning a 1a-ge crowd of children, and
many older persons as well. assembled at tne Cu'pep.er tent. and. the
children were formed for the parade. nearly three hundred of whom partic-
ipated. Each chi:d a white flag to wave, and ribbcrns. a different color for


each denomination, were pinned across their waists.


formed at the tent. the march being to the cou-t house.


Tne parade


was


The procession


was headed by Rev. C. C. Carroll. Rev. Burke Culpepper. Mr. John L. Ed-
wards on horseback, and Rev. Mr. Harris, who led th-e s.nging.
At the court house a number of prohibition songs were sung. after
which Mr. Carroll explained that the white flag was not a sign of surrender
but of purity and that this body of children was the strongest argument the
dry side could present, and he believed that it would prove as strong as
an army with banners. Tne children then marched through the principal
streets of the city, passing in front of every saloon, singing as they went.
and at eleven o'clock they again arrived at the tent. where they occupied
front seats during the morning meeting, which was a most enthusiastic one.
Mr. Louis W. Duval in a few words denied all knowledge of the debate
that was advertised by the opposing forces and stated that Mr. Stockton's
consent had not been obtained, neither had the consent cf any member of
the Anti-Saloon League been obtained. He then in a p'eaing manrine- in-
troduced the speaker of the morning-Hon. Jc'-.n N. C. Stockton of Jackson-


ville.


Mr. Stockt~n's Speech-
Hon. John N. C. Stockton oug"t to fee! proud of t -e g-eet.ng given to
him by the citizens of Ocala. and Ocala is certair'y p-ou cf t,'e strong.
courageous and many talk he gave them on the subject of prc-iiotcn.
Like a great many business men. Mr. Stockton siys that for a long
time he hesitated-halted, as it were, between two opn ors-because he
was lured somewhat by the arguments used by the Saiccn League that c~os-
ing the saloons would be hurtful to business.
But he says when he studied the subject for himself. giving to the
study serious thought. it did not take him long to come to a conclusion.
When he ran over the amounts that were spent in saloons which could
be spent for better things: the low tone that the saloons gave to society:
how the mothers, wives, sisters and sweethearts were all in open arms
against it, he said that he quickly made up his mind where a good citizen
and a conscientious man ought to stand, and he said that whatever influ-
ence he had should be consecrated to driving out the saioon from every
county in Florida.


INTERESTIeG TO CONFEDERATE
VETERANS
Staff Officers and Aides-Wants to
Purge the Roll of Unworthy
Pensioners
(General o)rler No. 2.)
Headquarters Florida D.vision Unit-
ed Confedeta', V, torans-
Jacksonville. Fla. D-c "'". 1',
The major general cofnimain i,-,. in
announcing dile following: appoint-
nients i. io th, divi-io, n -iaff ca tt'1 tioi It) the I'f:ct ia ', ,- :i; '::
m e m 'l .- r,, miadc in 1o;lii rliii'l \v :ih ,.' *. '':..,
pass.td at ith rn 'o'ntrl a.TT, r' ;Ir.: at
Inullt',a co ;:i. only Ito l eo ..''n ap-
I)i1l r' 1,O i I -' i llI:4i4 r 1ros.
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Mjr S M. R 'so MIn
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Mr. Stockton read a letter wr tie- to him recent y fro- t-e mayor of
Hattiesburg. Miss.. a town where a ',censed sa'ozn had never obtarnec a
foothold, and the letter cf t',e mayor- satd it was beyond any doubt the most
prosperous town in the who'e state of M.ss-ssipp;. It owned its own water
works, electric light plant and otrier pub'ic ut.'ites. and its taxes were
merely nomina!. It was only fifteen years olc and already had a popu a-
tion of 22.00G.
He read a letter from the mayor cf Hendersonvie. N. C., a tourist
town. and the mayor gave irrefutzble facts showing tfat since it ,ad voted
dry that it was almost impossible to f nd homes for the tourists, rnott..-
standing that several new hote's had been erected and innumerab e board-
ing houses.
Before Ashevil:e had voted out tre saloon the mayor gls tiat t'e
"blind tiger" obtained a foothoid. but since As-evi! t had gone d-y every
"blind tiger" had been hunted down. and tnat t-e n ayo-'s cou-t docket
shows no more arrests for drunkenness.
Mr. Stockton read from a tabulated report and showed w-'at a deep
hold temperance had taken in all parts of the country ana esoecia; y in te
south, and that it was not a few fanatics behind the movement but many of
the most prominent business men in a! communities. arid everywhere tr'e
good work of the good women was seen in the movement.
He said that a person, however, did not -ave t: o outs de te state
of Florida to see that prohibition did not meai a deart- or destruction to
business.
Gainesville. he said. drd not begin tc mkrr'e progress urt;', t-e sa oo-s
were closed. Now every business was ,n better s"ape an4 property wa ues
had la-gely increased.
r The story of Live Oak is a repet ton of that o Ga.nesv I e. a-.a ever-y
prohibition town, said the speaker,. tels t-e same stcry.
He said that the anti-profbition sts pointed to Mane .n cnf '-m:t zo-
of the story that -prohibition does rct prohtt." Bjt. sa.d t"e speae(er. t-e
constitution of Maine does not c'ot-e the governor of Ma.,e *v t, t -ie sr--2
power that tie constitution of F;orida cothes tne gover'no- c' t- s state.
Here t'ie gover-nor has the power of remova'. a' re ereve t-t .f ,.
nron voted "dry" and -b!nd tgers" becamre n cv erice a-d t:e s-e -
fai'ed to arrest the men operating tf-,m. t-at -e krtw \aco:e B-zA,-:;
we:: enouc-i to know tiat he woutd remove t 'en- frrr- c cc. He ?S t a:t
if re we-e mode governor h7e wou'd see to :t t--at eve-, ,o "- t,.e." -, te
who t state was hunted down and d- ver c.+t ffreve f e-;,- 'C .-. ri^
couLd be found to be put in t'e s 'er off's cf ce.
M r. Stcckton closed hfs speech it', a e'.: t: -I
- *^ ,-re t t* t <
dies and alP who had made h,s we-come so p;easart ard cc'o-a-.3 :ed .M
Cupepper ard hWs assistants, the wcmen and cj- ..en. a'= '-e ,-en, ,. -
were working in t-e ranks of the p*:n;"ot :- moerre-t a o tje t-e-
God speed in their work.
"Love God and fear no man:" he s.;d. i-re-e ',O be a ra
cleansing and regeneration.
At the conclusion of his address. M, St:ckt;n .as '3 -y c'eereo.
All present were then invited to Cartoke of t-e s3'e'd:d a nre- t-e
dies had prepared, which among a, sorts of meats a"a castry. nc ,dea
steaming hot coffee.
It was a day to be remembered.


Ta::' ha4- a.. ,a;+.-. of rt
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frim the counry V a'whoritie. .invesr-.
a n-itha-, the_--r or of t''er- ap plial-mr
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Ladies' Ready to Wear Suits in the leading fabrics of Dress

Goods and Si !s frcm $15.00 to $35.00.


Ladies' Ready to Wear Skirts in Panama, Chiffon Cloth

and Voile. Prices ranging from $1.75 to $15.50.


Lda;es' Fcncy Siik Wdists, Plain Sil Voists, Nct Sili Waists.

Beautifully tailored from $3.75 to $7.50.


Our Dress Goods Department is by far the largest in town.
sive line inr. all. the leading weaves ard colors at prices ranging
per yard.


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Suits ircm 1 4S to -I.'t7


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Try: a s ,'-.it r wit.ot criel:y; a vie-
tor wittilt ,pIr,..-siii. aad a victim
without n.iiuriwi,:in. 11. \\;-, a public
offivor wirhotlr vict-;: a private citizen
\ virthd)t wrnTg; a n'-ghhor without
hyporicy anfl a mlan without guile.
He was a ('ac.ar wirhoit his tyranny;
Napoleon without his se.ltshnPss, and
Washingr >n without his rt ward. He
was obef'l-nft to a'?'hlority as a ;Pr-
vant. and royal in a:trority as a king.
PI, was as .nr.t as a woman in lifp:
rnmoIlst and pure as a virgin in
thought: vatchffl as a Roman vp4tal
in d(,ity, subrmisivw to law as Socra-
tos. a.d .-rann in har'lo as Achiles."


MR. CLIFORD RAYSOR INJURED

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THE OCALA BANNER A BITTER PARTISAN FOR GOV-
ERNOR
- - Ti, at'e *in of th> ( ariinot. sI'opr-
FRANK HARRIS. Editor. min.l-l. i ,;tri'l'ic ,-,il' of F.,r.'la is
P. V. Leavengood. Business Manager. :*. 1. s-
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FRIDAY, JANI'ARYY I. 190S

A dollar dinner for Hu h'.-. NoT
content with appropriaitini-" Li.- pla!-
form. th.y are ev.-Tn rachin- f.w)r ih'-
Bryan bill (f far-.' -A'.inta C-',:i.-:t>-
tion.

In saying that Ti,.-oltr.- t. v,.
is the possc-,sor of "many razy i ioa-"
does the Sage of E-ou.-, Inean that h-
still hA., som, ii;> L,:,s -', v ?--( )ur-
ler-Journal

Senator J.-ff D ):ivi sys t,,at an ad-
m irer vall,-d -h. eni ,11'- I),t ;V -ViI, 1'h
to St. Pit-rslmirl. Ho tll, t.havv.- I o
terrors to the Russian if tb: i- tro'


tl.,, c'indr ,t;ta .v (;, :.,.:r,! (d;;i .r:.- .

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Tir Iuar' ',-a' pap ." v., ., ,-::: *; - :h,.
s 'aH) .T oi s v,.';'.' 4i k!. ,v. '.:', 'T
was n**!* e\pr''.--1iTi 'N 1 '; :. "'h 01. :-.
' ,t,.a ,of P,,';; -<. all .1, ,'I. S ',,,i-.:, n
h;:i' alV ays n,... n a ',r''.-: ,p 'i44 ; .4 '. U.*
i- a man wh,, f.. I i,'.-is,,y ad:1 h-s
(.vp,,r<-- ,>: a "' -- r.-'.a'l,-r h~is- f..,,l-
ipsra * T i., "' 1'r. '' "", ,,',v.'n

pr,"-- t',.-ir 'i .ws 4. '>-:i!rao a:x a .- .e
pT ii) tc., and ir wa- T....t-r in T h- ix-
tr,.ni, an,! si, ir a,'y : '...,:,r whieh
-ho', :.1 n.T, ti '. s:. .. 1 :
diff,-r'-d not from ,*':l,.r ,ni'n of both
fa 'ions vwh,. (;i;''r,.- a^' :. ,y h>-.
.'at of t l r . -'l f...'.' n ,'ijl
thinz-1: and saidl th:i' h .' 1x
c ii ,i-s it )!,- ,,

Thi-. cmin4 fr-'P, Mr S4o,-kto'-
a!,l+.s: n,'w -,ap.,pr ad,.o, ,, firms ,what ,'",- IHe'a' h" '. ai az n-T
fhis CIlandida'. i: Tha Mr. Sa.ka:Ton
h;,; can,tiia,:' \ z T'-,a,' M r. S!,sct.T.ou


-Georgian. is a bitt.-r pIar'.-an. 1i:!p'iivoP anI
rash. and ] hTr,.fr v,-ry lik VTy TO 'e
The fish editor (if the Punta Gorda "carri-i away lv rh, ,.at of partisan
Herald tells about an ot:or that p-r-ei f bin n b t''(1011 I and
sistentlv attack a ci:izon ai il final- sayin" .h:.n Th a r.- iir- xc; able:
ly got killed for its rashness. IT ot- Thi- 1,-n M!. 0'; 15 f3-
ter t to a-don ~ ii .-Tarpa T t,r. a L 'iv0.n hi -' hi: :lo,<: :,:1li4,
tern't to a-dono i! -- Tanipa Titi,--s. I


J. N. C. Stockton is ,,.t)ii t,) t ,,t
wise to thhe fact thaT A.l -r' (ilc'iri-t
will give him plnTy t,, a',n i To wit!'.!
out takin.z up th, '.i- for any )of
North Flohrida's s-lla'ri a: (an :',,: ,,.
-Tampa Trilbune-

Governor Browartil has .r,:," i', I.An-
coin. Ntl!.. to l t' a g1,:.'s t ;T \V';,.i;tii
J. Bryan'. dinn *r. From th'r." Ile
will go (n to (O ;,i:h:i. wh,.r ,. i '. 1:-
leen invij .(l to it a! *# a .ipVC c'.i -I ..
subject of iemperanc<,.


A FLOWER FOR STOCKTON

The editor of trhe S:n ha- ,-'u a-"-
Ci Tlu- qli'.ri- ,i n i.ir, Than ono-l -.1i:rtn
"",, pll i-' f w iio'ql '.i" as; "*o % "j wh ": ';* .


..V-t 'i,," I1now. wIV -n .1 op i-' i i,

aZ Th,- an '. .' r i- *.az-: WV :1'.'.
If th-Ln. a- \-- .NV n ,-a. h; S-'ik
Tt-- 4: lial,.r :,, hat \,. S,:"., ,, 4. ,2
T i '.I '.l a )-r i va- ,f f ir :-. ', . ":
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T '",. p,,,, ,;, .- :,'i h a t ', ,*s :' : ni :; Tr:l ] \'.- *>
t.r ;wO i.l-i r'nnina f ,r !: ".i',
S*t;t,-v Si.a t, ia) wi T. i, rl n n,,

fu1;: l S~il), rT ::: S-na':;- T '.:afrri,
niw a-z w.', ,l rhl.-n. lI':t '3 S:,,t-
*.!; i r:il2 llrlI f,)r Iz ;''' rnllr. ai I h,
.,, ,,r ,.*f ,Th.- S in b -l .ve. i. o ", *
e.-p-, 'a'.,y fi"',.l for th., r.-i,,. ,..
'it rie,- of this offi'v,. V.. ha% .. ki,'.v4i
M r. Sr,.-kton intin.at-,.t for ,..':; -,ti
y-arz. anll w- Lav" always a huiir'Ii
him for his ,ia' iy Tr:ai.- o)f c'::ilrat.,r.
**s --f ;t.;y ii' ri!^;Z--! li"!n,-tv in h;-_
*I-aiiin -. wi'h his f.-,.,w citizf ns. N,'
'\,;i Stor'k'oit',s hiv-. +,n,-nti lhav, ev ,-'-r i'i-sTi,, ', Ils h, -i-
,-',v and n- ) or.*' cann ain--av 1'. .-
*-clitivt;. alii 8 In *, pol .i ill" h.-
(i;s( of Snaor Taliaf,-rri: foir vyar-
.I,)o rh,. S':n i n l ;n-tanc(. ab'-sa-n
John il (nS '.ton, i r ev,-!i pI rn i"t'',l any-.
thing in its_ advr'i.-iz- eol!,nzml ,i.-
r; ak)rI.y 4,t) h11 '1 p -rs, m:nally. \W .,'o hav.
".itt. blod an ,il i-T" with John Stok-
ton on n;4jr, than onei ocras.ion li,-
cause w bw levet hi in tO ) b rii-h. an.t
wt, ar' goin0 Z TO,) io all w can io p!,i<',
:.m in th zul-,rnaitorial chair. i,'-
caIIse we l,,-8i,-v. hiA:X '4 he tho !),)
l*man in Tli' ra(-, fi)r- Tiha p)-ii ha,.--


is, not t"-*'1 kin 1 ), 1: II;n 2 .a'r rP ,.1 s-1- (,,. .',vIlt, S1n.
riou., patriw,'ic ''o;)l' of Fli a --
WHY WAS
P,;:i'i (;,o:-',ia tI ,,n'.,i L(


STOCKTON
DOKED?


OVER-


STOCKTON KEEPS HANDS OFF \V, :ir- 'd! (;'..",r Ir,,'4 ..!' -
THE SENATORIAL CONFLICT fr'.l-i 1!- 'l4a" ., r:;,;,,,4r,.,d ', '.! Mr
..... P ,r3 ;a n T, !,.. a l':::',,,d S ,.,r0. s- : ;:;i.',i:.

Congressman Lamar Makes Trip to fr F' () F'.)r;.,ia to i .py. ,ff a t'i!.-',,'i:'. :i!i',
Jacksonville to Discuss Matter I,'>',i'l oei:a'rion
W ith Gubernatorial Aspirant\ V t *i0 n(,r alwa,. fay,,.- tL.;t ::e.'-
.1aCk,,Fvilyo. .Ja.:. 1'- r th ,' ,i- 1 "t de't ayin1 ',,:: if ;tho iov,.!* r 4
ui,,nt p)ri,,'. of riildi, ant grmaTly ( iail,, u;p h.- toir. o piY .Tff hi-
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X...Bryan. apiw iur CC of ( ove-rn4i Brow).ari i's friten'1of l gsiand :n-.H ') i w t*si jr L1'it 1''"
States. and war with the "little br,}wn B reward in the piace of the lamntild is everywhere recozniz., as the headt W -: h,1,.- coninatio.l of c(ipi 1-
men" is unavoidab!h. Justice Harlan
SmophnR . Mallory. has beon a visit- 4f the faction to which (;ov-rnor 1'ls if ;' vl ;idnas.--hav ,!,no fnor Shanghai. a large and. rath-r OVwn-
says the same thing. or to the city for several days. Heo i s rowar1 belongs. Mr. Stockton wa th people: make, a sotr of inv-i.nrory lopulatd town, has passed an erd:-

Jude Parkers warn aaint p- now visiting points (in the, east coast an aspirant for the office of T'nited o i achiven-Ts in "h past. nance allowing motor cars ro rnn
Judge Parker's warning against purT- 0fthiavoenwsn
ting "untutored idealism" in charge of' with the same end In vi-w. Sta:os senator before Senator Mallory Thy have c,nsrrui.:.1. 'qlippt" through her s'rets at a rate of thir-
the nation's affairs iwell meant bt Wants Stockton's Aid was elected, and it was through. Mr. and are now operating. including ter- miles an hour. China is awakening.
the nation's affairs is well meant, but i an roowpfatizichdi. o-
nobody has even whispered the name During his stay in the city Con- Stockton's influence that Mr. Mallory finals and sidlings, about 2.', ,,,, -<'ourier-.JournaI.
of Richmond P. Hobson in connection vro.man Lamar called on the editors.'on in that famous struggle. miles of railroad, enough, if stretched _
with the nomination-Courier-Jour- .f both Jacksonville papers, but in the Mr. Stockton was a candidate fr in a single track to girdle tho lobe -
DXl absence of any reference to his visit united States senator before the p. tjn times. Within the memory of -
it is evident that bh, is traveling incog- ie in the primaries at the time Gov- m niany of us it required 90 or 10" flays |
The courteous treatment of Sena- nito so far as the pres-s of Florida is ernor Broward was a candidate for to cro. z the continent in ,,x or If!- i
tor Bryan by Senator Taliaferro in concerned. His efforts locally were governor, and he received almost teams. eneolntering and suffering g 1h,
Washington last wepk. when the for- mainly given to securing support from enough vote. to get him the coated perils of the desert, storms, floods and I
mer was introduced by the latter to John N. C. Stockton. candidate for honor. A large number of the voters hostile Indians-today,. thanks to ra-'
the United States senate, should ov+-rnor, but it is said that gentleman of the state believed him to be well pi capital and the daring invest -
please all Floridians.-Jacksonville will remain entirely passive with re-- equipped and qualified to perform the ors. we can zo over the same trri- Ir
ors, w can gooverhhe sam tern
Metropolis. gard to the senatorial contest. duis of the office, tory. in as man. hours. More than
--- jTo be united Startes senator is the that we can. while ,n ro o,. indule-.
The Lake City Index says that there REFUSES TO BE COMFORTED goal of Mr. Stockton's ambition. in th luxu-ry of a comfortable hed,! 4
is one thing that can be said of Al- h Why was he overlooked? with he b eo t of fo od, pr,)t'ct,,I
bert Gilchrist. if he should be elected. The Ocala Banner continues to ..... ... azainsr th elem n and ,1 r perl! : ;,. t^ ,
NO, NO! THE GOVERNOR HAS"
governor. is this: No man or set of keep busy in a long distance, argul4eont T ithou Gt01 a ('ElHang of habitatio This
men would control. He would d a to why Mr. Bryan shul nt MADE NO MISTAKE wiis only a smrn !eh oxamnple of ,what hi-.; ']l
what he thought was right, and, woul,1 i ,lrl t h dmocraic wn IT ci d)on in ',:r (c',i,,rv in t, r mi--
do it hrsitt, a to lead the democratic na- It eartainl' wa: a shameo that (;ov- .r o r ; I .I la I
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SHOOTING AT ORANGE LAKE


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Special Cor. Ocala Banner: i Last Saturday night Mr. S. S SpIcial Cor. Oca'a Bann. r
Old Sol is shining brightly over Gra- Bowin.ton and his brother. ,S. P. Bow- Judge Hopkins andt Mr. Dootiiule of
bamville and Connor. the winding iton, ih a ngr,) m n i". co ,ay Beltevit-w were vi.-itorn t:) or' liti
stream, Ocala and all Florida today, with th were in fron Mr. S. S. town nday to purchase luer for
andhisgolen -s are enchanting >..,,.- ,r > oineI*-et
and his golden ras are enchanting Bovii"I's sor at Oran.e L.a-.e to tL iutt.-rior finish for the neii\ public
the hamlets, the cities and the whole th-ir Lone about a mile away and .
Land of Flowrers with an Elysian such were wayiaid L.v y sveral negroes. The library that tht- ('ity of Oakls is aidlintz
as exists nowhere else in the Uniied negroes wih: anv or of warning. to the attractions offered to tUeir tour-
States of America. imnediat-!v lean firing at the par-, ist residents.
This is the Sabbath day and it is a ty. : S. S. Bowvingrton was shot in Mr ant Mrs. P. H. Hill visited I at
beauty in its raiments of golden lizht the face \\ith a charge from a shorgin the east mill Suniay and spent a very
and crown of blue. It is a day that load -, No. sht an his ,roth- pleasant day with Mr. and Mrs Samn
makes our fingers grab the pen and er was shot in the arm. The nero Duval.
write something of our lovely state. man ih th was also sh sevral MIr. Guy Smith of Bel!evi,.w was a
Yes, read.-r.s we love. dearly love, .tiie an(. ba,il inj",rl. T,.-. ijlri ,I visitor to our town last Suntiay.
our Florida. She is grand and we want men finally reached their home, only Mr. C. E. Williams of Bond. Miss.. is
to see her grander. Let's do more a short ditance away from wt're a recent arrival in our town.
than smile, and help th beautiful the shooting t,),)k l)ia(e. While, the M-r. White and friend frontm Nw Ha-
birds make our homeland great. Let's Ods are very Painful noe of the Vel Cnn wer visitors to r tn
work and help the trees, the pines and me' n are dangerously injured. Deputy last Saturday. They are spending the
the naks and the cedar and cvnress --.. .. ---- .-..... ,: ... winter in our neighboring city. Belle-


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THAT MAINE STORY REFUTED kins. Rev. ler'trr A.. JN:p ai-nd Rev.
SlHetnry B ,tancaail as I!te "'ieni of [I'L
A Letter From Maine clotin vb,.se -:.%a.Ia;.hi *s are w h hitnh
'o tte Eitor of the M T'rropol' i: tI Hni tter.* No one inite-liit'i('en of t;:lte e nIi n. ),it ".,'
I have re.,i ':e'i t foilow.g je, ter I
i.-'reat toily (o f Ih,- chuirih in M.aine


f:',m Po-rrland,. M- .:
"A!l:lan Ro zers. J,1acks,)nvile. Fla.:
"Dear Sir-I am ,-einlingi you 1 y
mail a magazine wi:h an article which
i,''s in si;tstalsiaCe ill"y views on tlhe


quest loll.


Also u o'~ ip~l


from a campltig-n ia:.ph, tI whShlIi we
used in oir lar ,' (-cai ai.f'l
"I wIouid a i vis,, .,ut, to s,'oure tlie
:,r->t voltll t- of tth ()In itte of iO -
X'< r'epori't Oil tie 'liiO r irI) >";e:. .'
"'You canno- lezisla!' tmI)e'ance
iIlto a man any ILolre than you can('l l -
isla -, ap ti)-,tie twi of lli:!.. Thl,' only
succCes-fulI t'-imnporant'- wor.,r : ever iont'


as nirmly oIposei t.o tho-' tlliior rrafi,'
as i- the church'. ;n F1lori la This is
shown by the fact That every religious
gathering, of piracti.'-ally all the
churchess ropresenrei in Maine. have
,Ieclarel their upo)siti)onI to) til aloon.
in resolutions of gr.-at > .r-'nrhL. i.n-
-.,ls ;akale in their tenor.
M r. P,.nn,,''1 s s'a:eIeitln tt! t "-y .'l
('anllnot l Zislate, tt-enI.p r;i c, int.) a
mlanl" is one of tile s'o(k air-':Lint-
.-f the ISliskey crow.l. a !d Dt i ::.s fr,2-
.1leht eitlerattio)n o)Ine( g)I O thIl iip'i)r'- -
-ion that i is r -arled as a very
-irong ln)():.it in th.ir favor ti-rinn
'he tri'h of the, s a'-,nit. for t'e
sake of the art'oilnr. "t i- al',-o ) rI':.


... .. .ii.i- . ... ti- ..._ -NiI OI- 'aa nelni le IIU laIII:;I:e ,Ien of t ih.>y.....of
and holly; and tlhe vines, the jassa- got on a hot trail ani ostera had view. s n rag n o ,, l.'ar i :rin
n o \ n ne M O.de j.b M, s' L.} I. yetda rona an, Cl~, ,vi and fol , . ,rin~~r~z n,.. T'it, n, e o ~ zia t ,-) .
mine, ivy. bamboo, etc., and the pretty 'd, inesrs.n L. I. S'rong an.1 Clatide t ei an t l o *,n l T inte ne- . p [:
succepededl in lan'1in- fiveo,tf the ne-i
lakes and the weird streams and cit- roes in jail 'ne of the, negroes was 'ron's We'e among th-. visitors from nr,.s-iit n.,-. enit, t -or pr..i,-itio i ar of the law ai.n, thi' in-'t 1r,-
lesu-p r.....i a of" t..o..o.se "' len. l, an'! i nut l h.x.i z, h)iin.-D.<. it i.-- to luau:.if! urT ,
ies and towns and hamlets, and the badly injre. in the le- by a sot ir- our town to t oyster iiplpr givn iat "n- f whol'y of senini, 'a is o. -
great railways-those roads of trop- ed iy one of Bownt)n. Mr. S Bellovi(w- Thursday night last. !',sl, on i ,l r.,ui' .f 1r il. i 'n. rnnar.
a w ndePs- nd!th beautful k,Inqll fo)r th- rk, a Iotiit. in ativ ,of t ,l ar It
ical wonders-and the beautiful wo- s. 3Bowington came in Mondav, acceo- Mr. Morris of st P sug se or thr r none in an- ot the lahe sheiff Penn.'.l ,'o nor n ',ar ",
men, for Florida has the most beau- panied b" hi. w-.f, an.' her sister and Monday and Tuesdilay ill our' little pl ,,. 'e tl:re,.rv r.'s onsi,'e for r' .,r;
tiful women in all the world, to make tar, stopping wilh Mr Bwin.onl., town."1 i !:, :s .,n'_t r:t!y T, a!,n.Ior: ml.t rhat the l1gisla'ur.. of Mair' ,
Florida, our Land of Flowers, greater prothe(r and wife. Mr. and Mr-:. F. W V. Mr. C. J. McG1ehee ae a bsiss her lw a te:. o:..r a ea- p lbiTory law. ,lr T'.
trip to Jack.sonville this w eek. r t ir I I-,, ilt To l~ it. )I, )i: ::(l : x .n~ ,*),l ri, :,ll I!,
and still more great; Ah: more great Kulnzo. We d OT earn.i.a wa tri o Jacksonville Wthis week. '' p' Pr r governor ..a. T'ItA
than those all of the Union? How? the causf for Tl,.- shoorin,. lir ir is Win. LeFils & Cok{any. wood eo) t' of a" an ry fw inr ow-vr. of "i p.
By voting her dry. BuIt in part, next Su lts.',. tha! t",' in,.n in.i.lIt-d to) ro !ratos u r te e ri anae- wa p.h n for hni-lv- ami o rpr. r :
Tuesday, the 21st, we will take Ma- t, e Bow.i"ton--. lI lft'Il l 1 .'lr. I to .' u i i ;' tS' ') if-w* 'v!eu i (.irri.'I I I I.1 Ma,,. *
rion county in task. Remember the !( l b sl.sl woihing aboiUt, f.)o'r "Inli l).ranp,' i- on ,e (' er.:;ts,' .U ;,,r,,st ,,f the li, -l ,,,r r; ,w. N ;
little white ribbons when you go.) to WHY THE DUNNELLON ADVO- ll11 l., an( .hipping aboi t t\o ar- of '.1n, i'] w :,hP a '<>,!',r ():r (.i)Irr ra- -... r :vo..n r ,lt, ,, a::.' w r ,, K.
the polls CATE WAS A LITTLE OFF W<,tI p).r day. I"),,.''r'nay i. Any nii'. i 'H fct.s ire icJ'o',A 11: (' ;,I.. .
R,:rltnm ,(,r :h, lit!e w.NL:tt ri;.l)nii, AND A DAY LATE ( i"l' tt' h toi n w(. dy l ,\ a !, t n'-,.ib"'ir li. (. r. o l 'wh r. > ppo. th.. f, '
as you did the Main in tl:e (',lan I.j we i sa iv him f op t r I f ;is,,. ,r0::s 11,,.r-a in xe ,; ; ,, .-
port, Havana. \V. lii-i ; ;,,. ,,, :. ." l r r. Piricte W illiamns anli )Ii.<- Rl;, li :""t1l iR;i'i ':' "i u *' ,r ,u ,. . ,. 'r... .- -
Conqner wre 1iul' Oi l Tu'.-(!ay wit" of tii, AI'vxi.,.,, Ior i. il.. a ,;.ui, ij,),l took il i itiI ovst'r"sil r .. ,'r- il r' ', : ; ,
our votes for proh hibition. lp;p.i'r til u ... ,*incIr,"i at llelle-. iew Tiir,ity nI:I\ l. !:':tl." y!. p^', i'vn' ,-': : : -,' n i *
Now, all together, )uAII' Pull the \\'Ihitn o()y I ha .- l)I ,1i o(;i" 'lIr: o' ot' MrIr. Laport( o t New\ York, \\'it il. "I "\I try 5 vyl '' n:t.rjl; l Iw (: i;I ,? '', r :, ,v l. .'1 -
little white ribbon. to th, to,;' o f th we.o yui will i,-;ir viThi us: t:ii- onle his l \i-,. is spl-ni ilnii the winter in w, hi TIi! ('nt y .n'c(a.nl.hr n cre
flagpole. Reniemib.-r your himlet andi time. we, a s. ure. Ocala. was qutlt a s)leqas-ant visiTor ', 1 ', ] sn, > 'n tou ,T.'cn fads iii Ti.- Tht, fi. r p ;.t i:i t"* I "T
the surroundings an-1 the city of Thb. s,)rk paii! our hioime a visit on Levon Tuesday. Mr. Laporte hail hii- 1,'' ,r. You .. rul\ .i )l'n.v w'1t-, in :t- lro, rion. Th,
Ocala, the cream of :he Forila salad W-dnesday nighT an, left a fine little camera with him. and had quite an ex- ".V N. NNIT.I.I !rriff. liquor interests 1a\e 2;.:, n alar' n
bowl." and let the r-cording anuel re- baby girl-and to to'! the truth about iperience in taking the photos of the T.i.-' ar- rV.- ot'.r I'.:. wh Ci tne spr-a of the so'tinlent aHs.-:2
cord your name in the cause of the lit- the thing, we almost forgot we had a planing mill crew, under the mana,'-, vry unprhjniced ,i! sh n- hm an.t the canmirom o-f mimr'urre,
tie white ribbons. Bless them! They paper, ment of C. P. Moore, superintendent. silir in connection with the fifty % entation and .ophisrical ar'imenr is
will protect our homeland. We let all the printers off for a day We hope his camniera is not seriously yar' trial of prohibition in Maine. r oxpeted from tlli tiwn forrh
We haven't any news. as we have Thursday to "celebrate" and at this injured. McGinnis says if the camera The first is. that the law itself ha Most of tbl things iried againsr
been too lazy the past few days to late hour they haven't returned to is not broken with that picture, he b)en ane'ded sixty timus since it was Maine. like the statement of the Db:a-
collect any. We are very sorry, for we work. And as the editor can't stay will have it tried on himself. placed upon the statute books sec- ware newspaper writer that the men
like to represent and write of our dear away from home long enough to write, During the recent drop in the tern- ond, the last legislature repealed the of the state are "imbeciles" and its
people and pretty hamlet and vicinity, copy, let alone to set it up, we will perature, one of our young men law, butr the governor vetoed the act women "prostitutes." are false. mali-
Please excuse us this time. have to ask you to forgive our short- friends made a serious mistake in Sh.-riff Pe nnell. as a democrat, ran cious, wicked libels upon a good peo-
CHATTEN CHUM. comings this week. All of you tha: putting his new and shiny derby hat on a Ticket aoposed to prohibition, and pie. Even the sheriff descends to
have a beautiful little lady-and ours away for the night. Instead of hn1g- won in the banner republican county that "r few want prohibition
Lame Shoulder Cured is beautiful- will bear with us. and ing it on the hatrack, he hung it on of the state, for themselves: it is always for some.
Lame shoulder is usually caused by th. others will have to. The editor is the andiron in the fireplace, and the This ovidonen alone from a state one ese." In Maine the chief inter-
rheumatism of the muscles and quick-
ly yields to a fw applications of c happy, and the mother and baby are consequence is hbe is minus the crown which has given this question a fifty t in the letter which we reproduce
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Mrs. F. H. doing well. Congratulations are in )f said new and shiny derby hat. yars' trial ought to convince any rpa- is the proof that the sheriff is still en-
McElwee of Boistown. New Bruns- order, and we are open :o receive any sona)le man in the state of Florida eaed in t cause of the whiskey
wick, writes: "Having been troubled that have no advice tied to them. If EVINSTON, BOARDMAN AND MclN. that prohibitionn doeos not prohibit, traffic. In Florida this fact alone
for some time with a poln in my left t t i t y TOSH A rO D o
shoulder. I decided to give Chamber you wish to tie something to your con- TOSH ALLAN RODGERS. shouldd he enough to offset the value
lain's Pain Balm a trial, with the re- gratulations make it a one-dollar Wil- of hi influence there.-Portlan!
sult that I got prompt relief." For litm. a ham or a barrel of flour-any Special ('or. Ocala Banner: The above letter appeared in a re- (Maine) Express.
sale by all druggists, m of those little things will do. Mrs. ,Julia Moreland 'Wat.es of cent issei of the Okala, (Fla.) Me-

STANTON EDITOR OF ADVOCATE. r;rovo Park is visiting her childhood, tropolis. (What an awfulI slam on JOURNALISTS BUYING HOMES IN
S igntud in pr,,pnc,, of l'i,,n.ls at E\'ill-,)n. FLORIDA
Signed in preoence otf -is at E'in-Ton. Ocala). A local option f-Iht is on in FLODA
i.. n e f p ,, "THE DEVIl.." Mrs. Willie Welsh is on the sick iat. lo tn n tak pln
Quite a number of people went to! is. ha vicnty. election to take plac,
Weirsdale Friday evnin to h-ar Dr. .anar-. 1. Maine people will h Nw nl cu- elior o,
Carroll lecture on prohinbtion ELECTRA ECHOES .Msr'. John an, WVill Riehatsm sn in thin in thle Nw York In,'Intl'nt is prolatl'.
Carrll lctur onprohbitin. (h1.wv inr.'rp-t-1 'lintotin 1,v()inl
)f \\adoehc ro. N. (., havoc boug-ht a'-r
little Mabel I.ytlo who h- beenl:f The wt an-r] dry s -r (. have!o (M L ,cenhtT'or therewith. Fir-t. toat Sr n)a'rt llhe Minrv Cr',n )f 'h jir
quite sick. is mTnuch improved. iff P"-,nni-el i .'I ,na,,d in -ii m-- r
Mr. James Kelseyv went uI ton O-ala -n1 th, W'e w,- t ii,* t s,,.n llh. r( ,!- b' J (i il:,[)yh Jtfl-Ii heion lett-h,'anl will soon meove , .i lxr ot ow -
7111,11,Z Wt. t-*, :'ii"t) sinrl-(-);It- procl lt 1
Friday nnd remained unil Sat,;rday ",1n0 w,. ), q"i', s'I-rt,' o r I ,4T 11. n sc ,, f- I (h-hIi I i.I,' in fa-()r. h ;. IK h l :r ;
to h.'ar the tempcrane- s..,oh %s vol h)r- 'v t n1 i n o t ltof h- -,.,! -aloo,. lot wi'', a of it ii' tie sn !.
Mrs. A. Leavenz ,ood 1a-. ratz ur- e, ,t-i s caa'!'x,{ t'1 (' l:V. I -I V(,1 tfi I') I l' ''t.1:: : iI' win, :.tul i .lnow andi wan,, a,' fl
horre after a w,-,'s vi t ,o Oc.la and sa- with l lft',llow Iltv. Mr. Sistrunk i to Ir, ,, ,,,n w ee ,- i.- w d in ny -r par. ,
Dunnellon. Mr. J !T. De(an of Oca'a 1tMN t w LX1 t)'oi tlll'ii lV t S da -,, <,;I't,,,i t)t, ', I',OI. H l. o t 'V p -,, !.,rin-
a]oy nied her ho' oillt tf- i,' of f rt- 'J I ll4: Irl.v. A. i. (;:ay at i ba a'e now ;l, lt ." f *' l .
accom ,1panied h-r h ..,) a !, v- ,t% ,f r:c :I( n""- "' '
%vI ft II l
Y( ":11 1it .11'pwt 11l fiII w.H.11 l ffilT tiV i~1I i aaoi. T erfrien s T -i: q'+' 1 -2 h w-b n o 1 '.ll ~ ,llt2. Ht(' ~ i tiv ~ ~ :.:
Mr. Thomas Paster .f Ocala Ilra l ii in Mit,..t'nopy. Their frieT2 'as aeU' 11 1i 0 V
dow Thoa av to ,r h-, Te~arens N,)t i: fila-k aHll C'h-ks are,] (.,-li:---. I'a''3 g u1u to kno)w that Mr. (r:l\ tha>.'ir-t'": "i0, t. ah t,,.-- ,,.nt v,!1im Ih ,t !.,V hV i ,,

T.e W irdal. an-I S' '.tn W. c .,'l az ,',. saitl" '' ifhi, i,'tL lv rt,('c v(-rI' < h, lhis } ,alrh so, i, o.- 1,, I'l,'-;lI of !.'ii l,,''m "P; ,- .
T. 1. hi her r r re tular mort e.y ne,'- 15'vt i ,.e I:o--,',,2 i, no.- .;- I,- (, -ve the 1to t.l I' i ,urtl- 7 ,., l 'i'' .: i ;.n- n n :t
inm last Thursda:y .. nn o a e to i "" ,,i; ,;ti ,V ,,.I ,vi..r .I- -7," ,
M r. and 'H r< F r- ,'; l.v"- t,-, :< t^,i," !':I*: !k "' Tl1' .*Jlly ;iln .li~ l~ !)],))l*l) s :lr0 >*! -/ ,' }-,:.:in , .' ^.- r: *.,. ... .. I!11'l *') "'* '< !ll~i" r'i""r )': (l,].!) j ,'.f,.:l
~l .VucN" to 0 nlr r .! T"" ^ i -l* v ; '*.i r ^ p ., ,1 ";, T\ ^ ). ". /, 'T:,.' ', i' "- l ro...;., 'i i ....,
h've Dr. N w- oy:l tr t '. - : -..i r.',, !, M,,wA -,'1 o : ,.:,.:- _. 1 (,i .I t.- I^ 1> 1 i"ue-.- iTI .i, it -,,i. p t' r ,vi, I
li .l d Kel't,, v-n O -., ^ o b ;'* l.,:! l* ^ ^ l !' ( 1!! I ;r :. ,*: *; : ; i. .* ,: ,. ,,

hM < .o e tor s-'ep hi- i', -, -r pla-) :*8." I ,.I" (:u', r < \l,' l.. a tl A1 M < !1e. ' "- : -
'- "i :- i ('; ; '' ," : ... ' "
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ro b .^ o a .:. "\.. ; < -- -** *** ;v'-- *"l" ," a ;T .. i .: i'] |) "- .,: .i ... ,; : ;)' :' ." }':,"" .: : }' : ~ : "' !: ..* :i,;~ .. -- ..... '* "

hope soon1, to i -0,. .. -.- .. - IL - :i- : *- '* -' t :*' ,
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\ ('hi', a:t.- ,i''.--,l to p -;-il, rhe cauise
of thie Ihronz o,)f ,'Liiiir,.n there:
tier ,r-- waH rtorn, her hair unkempt,
her litr, f.-.,r were !)are.
Won-',.r shone in h-r nii! I bh'up eyes
w-ere, a rtear huna. pearly whit,
Andl all she sai, were rthee words: "I'
want my ,ia- t- nient

"For I'm alone since mamma went to
heavPn and lefr nip hre.
And daddy won't comn home no moAN
and dioes not .-eoem to care
For the kisses and love I givp him,
fo)r I love him. .utzde, you know,
An,] I a-k the Lord whn I pray at
nig!t what makes nmy dad do so?

. F,.r be w:is a-; gon, and a.s kind to
mr, as ev-r a lad, el)iL I be:
j,)o if y-)ii wi!l l rt.)p -hem selling rum,
my ,laly will he z 1)),1
\nil lwi!; i ,1 a w -w-.- ,; a ,l lox-ina to) me
nP- nir'y ,a'! ly c,'i'!.
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I want my dad tonightV'

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THE TURPENTINE MARKET

Spirits and Rosns .Have an Upward
Tendency-The Outlook
Brighter
t!, -K' '.. Fr:'iay of las, week at


Ex p e ti B.l-","E(,- n, "' ,." ;ItIll attlialt ti--
Example of Beautiful Belleview.--Wil Erect o handsce Librory :. c -r,. ,,,L, 1,, ..i...' at tL --
Builoing-- -Graihic History of t)e Asso0iotion. r, ( ... at n o ay al-
x a:vc '4 to 52 1-2 and on I u-.:day to
The visitor to our beautiful little 4but all w ere rejected for (itarxoi' iea- . ai
town of Belieview. after viewiug thie on. A" the tine i wa- .e'i,:.-lyo
lake. the grotto, the paved street*,s. thought of to buy the B,.ileview olck. ,1;:I.. I- I''Il''" of th e \ci..
Onte of tof seriiouti -et-b)acks- let- 4iiA-
bordered on either side witn ta.nti- I th,oassciation was th, los ,,01- al, h .Ir t ome o
ful and majestic oaks. i::t--rzper:-ei t all s funds n de.poit Wit -:he :Q'-e r,- ari-d as iit-ri-esd in ge--
ta ilIa ht- njari,,t oUn a hjigh:er basis tai
with a few sta'eiy pines, se.s the pub- First Na:ionai Bank ot Oala. H-0..-1 ou ilr asi tai
h-k ii izli ,; of late.
lc buildings, admirers the large and ve1r. that little incident; (.CuT' no ic, has been 1'Uiil in lh
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town workers, and the enthusiasm ran warrant thile beginning of a building, that will effect those values are
high. Pictures of a fine building and worthy of the name. and a erelit t,) will he studlied from now on.
a noble collection of books were viv- Bolleviow. So the material was con- Rosins All Move Up
1ly imagined In December of tbN tradedt for, and Mr. Cowles. an ex- Rosins enjoyed another week o
same year a fine buildings. siTe was pert mason from Bidtgoport. was en- rancing values and at the close vye
secured. and the work earnestly corn- ngaed to build! tl,' sane: and now. at- !ay -the Savannah quotations, in
menced to make the library a real ter twventy-one years of a,:'tuiis labor, prison with i:.l previous Fri(
thing. a':or trials innu'erabldo. af'-.r ioii- .os. shoe advances as foill
One of the fxr-, don.ai.im- of any ;.s and s 4t-;acls ,o1)u 1th i) ,ti-cir- \V. \V. 1,,. VW G. 1'. N. ,. M. K.
consequence, was a lrest lit o( f f I v +, 1h<, o-l't) sa uililne,. vW ,l-' w It. .-.. 1.,. (; '. 2' F... 1 1 1i A .-A2 2
W io lla rs m a dd ,1 th l),d rte ia l .' t n i in p ,. .' : .,d 1i, a fi iii- i l! 5 (i ll t ,'r than c(, o f tl' n.- a rk e t th ,'re
by. that faitl,"f i b ,anl of jii-h, "--- is in sitT a.'', ;t ,'iv, !-,' r val tes on
the Belleviw \V-wor\(,rs -n:-ia,. oi Mav To lh. ini, laT'. t t!"V :, 'A ri ,vi i. (n,' 1., >l t ..
2. I1,,7. This. wi h (:1. pr.,'' f,-r F.. 5 for E.
lectures, o. -te s.i:.pe:.. dra:n :i. at l i- ii', il.inl .\:Ai i ii I,, fr I.-.\. T"' a lvanc.'-
various kinds of *-n .!".in ni, .-". ,1 Hi r i.'!li-r.',] ti:i T '" '. ('I- ;.t'i i!l .,; il l .is tw o w 'is
m ade a funlt1, t. lt proud otl t;(CIT a ma i,)';. V ar, -lv', r ::el:i- 1t l '\ '7 lIf 'll1,'',. ii't ln I,\
From iha: n1 ll- '-*-'icie y ,ouri-h- l>hl. !:X inLr Q\,',ti U1.' :l--. I aivi' n j:Ti ii-t ,' tn :;i .. a t $1. "' a r
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Sd.-rs how the Baptists maintain such th- Irsse'1 steadily cn toward th 'a ,-ilcip wre li an, whn w atr t-, Comlainant Solicitor.
a large, commoduious church, expres--igoal. have a devaile, ',,ips were light, any. The ia n inta 't a off of cn '; oit
n At a number of met,-uins h-',d inaT. of about :5,, casks a day. The i an instant curt ing off of c.insvivi-
e surprise at th- neat. wel kept andiv" leman th trat ncsii. i th -- TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMEN
,,an the om,',,n was put and l,( .--,l sales for the week were.1
0I;,1 and 1 7, the motion was put andn l it- l supplietd bI- o;hor andrh, cealpr ar-
well furnished Methodist church, and i a o T h rac ts and v a' i olow n plac-s-
inspects a town hall that wouid do carried as follows: "That wite have a ca ., s'. s : TicIes. T" VV ability if t!e oet I wp
iIspects a town hall fthat would do i. o ehe arket yes-l.s-,, 'eytolU if )t- lt n to Sth. I, wihr a yant-! c "a
credit to a town five or six tim es th,5 T'e I I r -h ,r Wiin, pa' we -
V t t w th e fe fun d s of thnr trt ,as ury T,) w h.. W. h, db r e exr,,>t telp s t o.b eag a n tilt
b size of Belleview, and is filled wi the funds of the tr, e asury.' t...t e w e n th h t
, ^^'^ -. t r,,r~t^-t i l The supper wer, duly- eld.-1 the1 I u I in v ne t al .sie in - ; iol-- *Fn n ila v na eta u h a u rio
wonder at the public spirit manifested The slupers 'r (i held. th O I in or -- a n.ialavat ,,,n that might as Jar nury 19
on all sides and upon swing treasury di'ul v .well. ,t. bit ,he na:lie of cii- fi tph Inal'tit-: 1ou ctt os, o $7 a
on all sides, and upon swinging id o a orti-hi. are ready cr. fr,, h, r.,1 r t of th'4 I artel .7 th---a. )m
around a corner we come upon a pile; th Uttr of isi\tl;na nio inn \aas r al rosin.-. if w ati rwhito can ('otton Plan:, 27th-p. n
aordk ra co -,nuer eFrnenver rewuordoon t,, o.-taii un.i.r it a a further pIrol. r-, ,
of rock, real ge nine Florida raed -- n recori,,n.I i- noht ilriio! l) to $1. a ,111. an 1elow1w kept, eidtvile. 2h-11 a. to p
rock. and a little beyond we see the Alon in 1. the a-,.,atin was tt.t ther ha t l -n an ad d at $2 ..... andi s'irt< ab,,ove 4 unn',. _th
foundation and walls of a goodly size I eh- own.hr -of btve. iv,, a:. s-x wn i i .-.-u v cried stc r -1 (wn -2' Roe 2' '7 1 h- l 2 "
building being built out of this self hundrr-d books. sei-c,,,i mai:nly It) ti. i ait Iri'i to of t I what has ,-.n Blit- l- t
,,f ...~01 ilirizs ani,l t it 11,0l'Ot rltimn, of the t "2, p-r .,it l,] w v a a ),,I lt:h ., -- nt I:

same rock. Upon questioning th ate Prof. (tary (;4. Ia:sh I t. anI V p I paid the pt t ,r xohr- neaons. February 1908
builder, whom we find to b, a Mr. W. -hr.'Irh 1,I I17 1Prf. flBush !hal s.r\,.,l uh ,t l arhfullv n: anaeid" aval faru ITI ri,, -ndct. ; rz. afzi
a(i, y aItoIv a,, 'I', S Izs. h 1s not % t a
A. Cowles. from the brassy town of as president of tlhe- aas-ocicaion co'nin- loin i. oafy ei, h.will pro ail," hv alt! 0) s.h(nw a ) Martn r I-- ,v
fm1-l it \a, o lvi- ('OIHS1iiflli'i'5 1. 1e
Bridgeport. Conn.. we larn a great isly f r 1 n a n. aj ri f hho d o n ot se'e4 toe ,.rortil i il oi 11- rii. 4 -- n1,
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many interesting facis: On January 12. 1V. MI. Ira .- ,- ,. n ch i n. -f duppli, Th ie-or With aiticnin ,eini. 1irn-- R{doi. 14:1' nt
First. That this will be a solid Ke.eler was elected ,r,-iIont: Afre randart-ia ii sin dr- "lSO mu O ch toward 141 o)X'e ie '- ;aIi,,. t a. ri.
stone building, built and paid for ,by Aishire. vice presidet-nit 0. .M (;a:'. .I T.,o i,'" t ,ai t e h1 move- in!. year it is certaihllv a fort r nate, I ine. 7, -p rll
the Belleview Library Associatin. -cretary and treasurer(. \: h a 1,hoardd tlin tat thttlt' (-lemand for b w ra'les Flingi. 'n.- -a i.
and upon questiong one of tlhe -. of directors to look a!t-i.r i-tail- is w(irtld wil and, cap)bh, if tkinr ('enIr&,. 7th--.. i.
Afarsp tt.s-1nrrl a(n- rl,1()I~ f anT eII)ll'rivol.!< outpult of ti:)o (,ier :- :
standers many facts were learned a- Affairs pro-r.s-.-t erril- aln I,' "'is fo !:(t ^ri,",,snb (1 o r> a. -1 o H 'I0 n T ho i r 7 -
to why Belleview is such a live. Ipro- a y,,ar or so. \wh. ono Fe arv 11. i ', iny .-..ris tvsi 'r-n- r, ar --Sa- Naval Stores .l. sh. v :
gressive. go-ahead little ton. I. I ),>,1Thl IaI! t,. t. conI to feel U\. ave | tr 0 .- . ,, -
Taking the library buling for a ,lf ,-ed to the- p' -it..t al- t ., ,, 1,ri,,'(',', I '
text. and drain a t aral: coIii;itI'-ii v li i n 1 ani'' n r i'lltI! '- "'A C ure fo M ise ry I-,ene,,i I l1t
Ip; ':1 .,,r ;,;;i l v i 'h" pirnch .-- ,;ft s piI- "I have found a c'ir% for the mis,,'y '! ,,. l2rh -a. i.
on all of the public tilitis ani il.-- i- '-:i' 'fI rh, a.-.ti a,.,n. via.i '( 1 i '"a ; : ,o- p (a ,)siiii I'li" I l ( lisal- malaria poison produces. ays R. M.
tutions of Bel:eview. we learn that i,,'-' t,\ a', te ,i'i an i a.i:,in 'f I ,, ,am of lou.ll n.. '. a ^ ( P-- "h
takes long y.ars oft un irin t, z-a ai fis,,, rt ,' a t ',t, t. ,f E ecri,' Bit'prs. an,'! comes in .',c StlnluIlt ,.'i. 1: .... a. .
a e Ion ea oi. 'i -, 1". is i'(', l't;- a! b ,'1 1 artnate i bottles. It break-s up a case of chils ('anitl r'. I }Ti(-a. Ii
energy, united .fft -: o l .. ( .l)m,, *"- (; to (, t>'i ,, ,', 1or bilious attack in atno't no t.,l : Oia)', walia. 1 P p. In.
all concerned. ani 11, i lhi e i > v. .,i ( 't.., :'.-i e : M r 1,1 o I t,-. ohli; .,- < tlaii 1 tr s o,, i,, ari it pl0t0 v1el')w j-iundice clean out
ac-complished. IYT,. i. I:,-t ,.Iim; (_. M. (;al,. ,('- , ,,', ',(t 1! vi If ,, the I -1 )f -ir'in of commission. Thi rat tonic a
Take thi- liirary- b,! 'ldt.n, a- a: an. ,,. -..i... l a 1. It-I ,' t !' ii ^\il1,. is , p (, medicin,- and him I, puri;P r ioa Wei',,i, ale. 1.,l--p. y.
quick r''lief in all ston:ach, liver and l~ina~tiale. 1 71th--a ni.
lustration. A few niontlhs ow er Wlvtn- .iar0, ,i ,) l di'.-'ctoW'. a Itd lh a a:iis an, I5. ;;!l!,.s -4 r ec' i"'' I. AI o(th 'r la ,, kidney com plaints and the mi ery of ,,ff h- a. .
ty-one .ears ago. or,. to be exac,. on ,j,.j. cs ,, t.. o, . nal l r ,t \v,'''p,- l,,>ln r in witIi a i)ro)!a!ble lame baok. Sold under miarantee at Eh,.tra l ,it- I, m
November 1V.4 1. ,,'. ther- m,.t in the k Iept in silit. and with s'LIgler's, isla -s. rnl i,,j On of co',nsu ptioilon in sight and Tydings & tdrlge 'Co's. dru1 ltore. mt.
school house a little band of workers., miei,.,,rship fees and otl.r coy C -'iml- ,. gr*'aT 'iantity of .speculative spir- ITD Eynn. W9th-- to 2' a. .
GRAPEFRUIT DOES WELL C;rahanixill'. 19th-I12 to
who styled t:.m.niselves the Bell:-view lions the swelling pro. ess kLe-' rn-r- its. tanlktu anl otherwise, carried i
Library Association. and pledged their rily on. 111until the building fun li at- (ox,.-. N,,J of the seculative hold- ostol,.an. 21.- al)frut is the (onnor. 191 :'--2 to 5 p m
united efforts to the building and fur- tained some proportions. mis la.e et lt ,en disposedl of, and h(st seller at pron'int of l'oF'ila Chirchil, ',th- p m
have eteh.en diposed of,-a d I'(
fishing of a public library. There January S. 1914, the town was visit- there s,.-ems to be no likelihood of its fruits. Good marks sold briskly this r st-
TDaisy, 2Ist-pI. r
were present at that meeting Mrs. M. ed with a terrible fire in which the fiiiling its way into the channel of ,week at $4.511 and upwards, ari fancy Fort McCoy 22nd-a. m.
L. Smith. Mrs. T. W. Brooks, Mrs. C. Belleview block was totally destroy- consuilption before the new crop lots brought $5 to to $;. For some Pine. 2'nd-p m.
W,. Newman and Mrs. Gary G. Bush. ed, entailing a loss of all the books starts to market, a few weeks hence, reason the supply is limited. Oranges Anthony. 27th.
and the following gentlemen: T. H owned by the Library Association. No futures are reported sold and the ,counterbalanced thle good grapefruit Sarr 2Sth-a .
Rouse. H. Woodman. Arthur Brown. Nothing daunted, the members conditions for the future seem to be r 2Sth m.
Rouse,H. Woodman. niarket with a dlecidedly off week. Citra, 2Nrh-p. m.
R. C. Ridge and several others. pressed merrily on, and with rene-wed somewhat chaotic. What may or may jh,- trade aI)ppears to be shifting to Orange Springs 29th-p. m.
On Friday evening. December 27, energy, prosecuted the work laid out not lie done as to prices the next six California. Navels. the quality of March 1908
1S86. the results of the first meeting by their predecessors, and the work or seven weeks is of small moment, which is more attractive than the Ocala-From 7th to 31st.
"pystalized into a permanent organi-- of swelling the funds through the me- The extreme tail end of the season southern orange, and tihe continued The law requires all tax returns
zation. with Prof. Gary G. Bush as dium of suppers, entertainments, etc.. cuts but small figure. It is on the poor condition of Florida oranges is be made by 1st of April.
president; James C. Wade. secretary; rolled along, values of the new crop that the not satisfactorily accounted for. Some Postmasters wil please cut out
WV. E. Strong. treasurer, w-th a board And so upl to a few months ago it though's of all interested in turps will, attribute It to the hot weather, others post ts notice.
of directors consisting of six active' was decided that funds on hand would s,)oon be centered and the conditions to rains upon the fruit before being ALFRED AYER, Assess


what pickedl, others to heat in the holds _,
of the steamers in transit. etc. But NOTICE TO CREDITORS
still the quality is not improved. caus-
f ad- ing tth fruit to io at $2.25 t $2. -4. Notice is hereby given to all cred-
'str- Flonida the int hO a .ve to $..,. itors, logatpee, distriblutees and all
Cster- Florida ,ans tave a ra of $. othr persons having claims or de-1
co- $t.o according to t'.e fr.eshness lllnrds against the estate of Thomas
ay'-s and tenderrness of theo stock. H. Vallis. deceased, to present their
ow" "hei vr nI-A r11, tamn io the o nmiorsignpl administra-
--- Tho. ,,,r^,.t on Not-fok 1.a.. m.!^{*'i^
IiTk aI'n trix within t xvi\-yars from the date
1 II. sli)inach' sl i pilj'it e(t-cidledly ;his w ,el<. h re. of.
Af- price fs (i1 ,1o\\,n 1,o $1 t,) $?I.." for P)iatt- l 4'.-1an. Fli. anuarv y i. .
were, sna'h -iant 7,,c. a 'a.-I ', )' al. MARIE ODONA.\ W\AT.S.i
o-.\aiIi n~i! rnr:rx W ith th, W ill .An-
CO!I o-[|) t'r, V 'I. th" a i~l'{l i r.:i" [ ;, ,"
"\'"- i of tie. I>-'ato of Tho< H.
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loult lbe niat-riallv reduced, so tbit
t. pro iluc cr- \h, niana k :elr usil,- In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju.
dicial Circurit of Florida, in and for
i.- pr'p't'"y (.can irt)robaly make Mie 4.Marion ('County-In Chancery.
,v wih tt. an1 i low at $".7 to $ :;. .Jos-pih Bol. fConplainant., vs. T, n
T ir i- tt no dou)tt ti.r;' : (co-t o(f pr u- Burden. er an!s. Defendlant.-Ordter
,,(. O I l ii i S, ',' ,--1) .rit.. a n i for Constructive Service.
It i ortrodr 1 t hat r tht, dtf,-n ant
rosins- will ,e v".a' 'r;;i.y :" ,ic, r ,-rein name, i r, -wit: Tom l r'i,'n.
eominll s, a-ot,. an'l t h, dct'! .'1t-d \- hp an.1 hit is ht.'ret y required to ap-
p"ns.. '."- ; e*a'!v I ' ;a',(r. wall ,fi-'T P;,ar t, the l .li of complaint in this
a c ,sii,i ." v i-cra.--! r'-"rn fr ,.,' ause on oor fore Monlay. th, '2n,1
lay (f March. 1 '
? oilft'i in (-.): ipa is,', w i'. Tl:>' ;::- IT is T ,Irth, r or41 '.r#. t that a copy of
-,--* r'i;!}-" ,ivr.u -: ;i Lal.'o i.\'t r.. oe 'is this o' i ',er 1,' o pulli-4 e! l o)nc' a wet.k
*,-a.-,. for four coilA'(oitivo weeks in the
hi the ' v.- Oca:a Weekl-v Bainner, a newspaipr
\ i tilt,-T p i l 1- p,!blish,, in ai county and sat.:it .
ins will 1, dtnini hd, as hins nw This 7th day f January, 19'.
1lik, to a con-il,:-ao>, ,ier,-'e. t1,.ii! S. T. SISTRINK.
valui.s xillIi harln v l ,--.ffectet,t1 To ri Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
oxte~nt t~hat v ia: first be~ supj TB H. D. Palmer. I) C.
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RVIVED WITHIN AN HOUR OF
BURIAL

A late World special says: William
Young, of Savannah, barely escaped
being buried alive, regaining con-
sciousness only an hour before the
time set for the funeral.
Young had been ill for along time.
and a few days ago he apparently died.
A physician was at his bedside, and he
said tb.? man was dead. The body
was prepared for burial by an under-
taker and placed in a casket.
Friends of the dead n.an wi-nt to
the house to express their sympathy
to the family, among th- vis'.tors be-
ing Rev. J. E. McLautihlin, pasTor of
the church to whi(L th,, Youn- be-
longed.
The mourn+-rs ha'l a- -nil'l-d for
the burial, and the 1im, \%as only an
hour distant when Rev. M[.Lai-hlir
went into the room w.-r)- 'N%, Y '
lay to take a la-t look ( T ahis- l:1.-1onr
friend. WVhile irazin, a, "h, fa.c- h,-
thought he dt.-ftel ,! t} t 'ici l: t'f a
muscle. H,- i looi,-d aa- n. an',l l<,r r'ih,
second time he- was -.r b.. (,l .'l -'i ,
a slight n:ov,-n';tT.r
Thte body of Yrmi: L.a, ':. *: ;;,;ii
in The cask.t t%\\. ". -t,,; '". ;, ; i .
was cod<. Th r\i '*'-*.:-l ;'a
hbe had bt, n li ; n.-", ::. ;,:. i :: ,.-.-
ing :o cause x,:,. .. I ,,. '- :
people as--enj!' -'I i I:. '! i a T-i>
cian. t so'- fi nl "'1; ',,17 Y 1^;.- .-z
still alive Thi.-n !L ,, r. .(!. r wv ill
out and annonoI '. I'.T': Th :';I:1' ra
w o'lw l eit. pNTsoi, AT :;,''' ':,!;,
Young wua-z tti Ti p r.; > i o: i *,'.:T
was see0Pn hv : ,,r 'l.,1 -. in "'!. :r \'
rooni. T h-y \ ',-,! fr,,i,, !.,. ,::; ,;iii:i':
sight.
Youn, wa- ronmo; ] i r,::lr 1", c.-
tin and plac'edl ,,n a !. ar. l it, i0 I,--
lieved that he will fully r-,e( iv.r.

Fever Sores
Fever sores and o'd chronic sorp-
1hould not be healed entirely, bir
should be kept in healthy condition
This can be done by applying Chan.-
berlain's Salve. This salve has no su-
perior for this purpose. It is alse.
most excellent for chapped hands.
sore nipples, burns, and disease of
the skin. For sale by all drugi-its.

FROM FERTILE FLORIDA

What is Going On in the Land of the,
' Orange and Grapefruit

Tlis week about wins upl tt-, or-
ange season at Mclnto-h.
.Mclnosh tr'ick.rs ar la 1 ,o s.',
the cooler weather on ace. nnt of tha
lettuce, of which there never was a
better crotp raised in that section. !
A great deal of interest i- l)-in,: ta-
ken in trucking on Amelia lslan't. a
suburb of Fernandina. Tht. soil is -ai,,
to be well adapted for truck ,srowini,.
The cooler weather is very welcome
to Seffner orange growers, a it will
check the trend of the trees to grow
and enable them better to withstand
any cold that may conme later. Somie


growers report a few blooms alrea,'ly
Charles ColIough has been re-ehlc'-
ed president. J. I). Stringfellow, vice
president, and F. D. Warner. vcretarv
and treasurer by the Gainesville Mel-
on Growers' Association. It is esti-
mated that about t;,l will be planted
the coming season, as against 7,', the
past season.
W. F. Holmes. a truck grower of
Sanford. has been experimenting with
a composition paper to take the place
of the heavy boards used fir bleach-
ing the celery, anl1 he cvai't.s it l't-
proven a success. By the Ii -e of :i
cyprt-ss frame it is sa!i ia: this pa-
per wi.l iake th,. ; k1a<', (II t;! ),n -.
be l,.- C.x\).pn-ive ;irl! *,:-.*r to 1: j-
die. it !,.n" ^o n.'U, ,.!.. N
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MR. ROBERTSON REPLIES TO THE
MAYOR'S MESSAGE

To the Editor Ocala Banner:
In reading the me-sago of :h- may-
or of the city, to the city council it
struck me very forcibly that it vas at
least a reflection of the mann,-r n


which the city's business has b,-,n
conducted during the last tweIlv
months, and as I had the honor to he.,
*e president of the c(ivy council. c(hair-
man of the stre,-t comnli'te., anp a
member of the poli(c.- com:niuitte,-. I
deem it not iniprop,,r that I :.ril, r,-
ply
The mayor o)Iject,- ts toI T pre'.,,


poiceni.-'


"the


adopted tby then, art, re sT'onis;1"11.


for keeping manly poe-pl, away fro,::
our city entirely and injuring bu:-i
Bess."
Mr. Mayor series to labor iin.ier 'l.,
impression that "business is the
first and last object of the estalblish-
ment of city government. In tt-.:s the
police committee has and still does
differ from the mayor in that in 'heir
opinion the duty of the police is to
sppress disorder and enforce the law.
,\^ do we believe that a single law-
abiding citizen of the United Statts
has ever refrained from coming to
Ocala on account of itts officers.
No complaint has ever been made
to,,e police committee of improper
czuct on the part of policemen, nor
has any person ever claimed the re-
ward of $100 offered by me for evi-
dence that police officers of the city
were net doing their duty.
It is true that those persons who
heretofore have not been compelled
to obey the law have raised a "howl"
wiL dragged up before the mayor.
The mayor again swings around to
the same point that business is bing
affected by the actions of the officers.
In reply I can only say in addition To
wlat I have alrea l y said that th'
_ IB is a place to live in as w'I,: a-
* place to do business in. and the, r,-s
Sident has a rihi To demand lpro't-r
tiot even should i0.e menrchai! iher-'
by fail to sell an addlt,:onal.. -, .:
thread.
The mayor "'cal- a ha:il now on
improvementls I i- pi,.-i, rla '
this policy !,., p '.] : ,n ,l. :i " ": '*
of two or ,hr,, .I'ls.an; .I :*.'
city would 1 alle, i ) :I' < I 11.o- "1
her stre T'T. ,I tI' 'S : ..-... *
way. As .cha, : .. 1
let tihe nliayr- ." : -' '', -,' \
ample of ;i'. i :C,- uit: :
like their ir ii \
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r.'cor'Is of 'Marioni Cot ,ITv aii,!tini~l in'
real es tat in the city of Ocala wovuel
by Geoeo. A Na -;hi.
(Sizn#-d. i
SECURITY ABSTRACT CO"
W. W. CLYATT, NManag-r.


State of Florida.
Marion County.
This is to certify that we th
amined the, public records of
county. Florida. as to lands
city of Ocala. owned by G. A
and we dc not find any land
of Ocala owned, at this date.
(;. A Nash.
Oca'a. Florida. this l'.th
January. AD. 0 19,
4Signed
MARION COI'NTY ABSTRA(
GRAHAM BROS. Proproe
By .IOIIN M. (;R.

i S-ate of Flor:ila.
.Marion ',,i, vy.
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ISTRATION


linked together.


The girl wi,:, taos ,Scc-t' s Emunl-
sion has plenty c.t riric, cLa ,Ior,-,d; she is
plump, active a u, energetic.


The reason is that -it a period when a girl's
digestion is weck, Scott .L-rnx&Ific n
provides her with powerful rk-.ris"ment in
easily digested form.


It is a food that builds and keeps up a
girl's strength.


SI congestionn, provide clo-r railway
- Nash,
i ct tracks for perishable freight and man-
in city i
y ufactureil goods, and carry the bulki-
bysaidt
,,5 freiht to th- seaboard at such
lday of w tolls as to iive the shippers a bet-
day of: '
S ter chance in capTuring the world mar-
iket-:.I
'T The inability of American farmers.
r:iners and n',an':facrtr"'rsq to comn-
0 Os.
I X, mani a lariz'r share, oft rht, rich tradl,
; f SUT h AmeOritca has been due to I
Sno, fa'.ior. Tha' fa'Tor ij the hig-h
,'har2 .'s iiii,!,,!i :to ,etTtinf the I


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Merchant


Tailoring.

Ocala, Flerida.
Finest Imported and
Domestic Cloths. .
Cutting a Specialt-
Fits Guaranteed


'2,000 BUSHELS

Bancroft's R ust Proof

I Oats


Yield 50 to 100 per cent more
than Texas or Natives,
$1.00 a BUSHEL
F. 0. B. Sacked.


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Eden Gem Cantaloupe
saved from me!ors grown
cial y for seed at Rocky
Co!orado,


Seed.
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Ford,


OCALA FURNITURE CO.


bastos Lined Steel Ranges

From $26.90 to $39

You'd pay $50 for them some
places.


Make Yourself
Present of the


a Christmas
Difference.


Good Line of Japanese

and Cl)ii)qc Mattiq)g

Chiffoniers from $5,48 up

Ihc butter ones are mouse dand rod(h
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H I; ff,r*-nc -, in x"-a t t h tsh 1pper
W1 I,:ha!1\ VO 1-1 on c.mpt* 'li dto pay had
fer t izlt -nin), 1y rail and what
actuallyy 'di I pav for the same
ran~ rat~wby)v nr.The s;avini
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*All alonz it has b-it'n th&1 contention
f*'ho Na~ioal fyesand Harbors
(>)nes-~that -311 pXTefdit nreby the
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Do We Value Cash lbove CharGct r?


Peace and Pur'ty, Not Greed and


Vice, Make An lttroctive City.


There are fnu nt-ct-=arv t-,.-I f
thing is -Px it -rt ---:v
if Rt is nect-:zsary t~~ b- a
kOORiS f-il. all 1 V IC L (' T,.a
lhereforer'''- r at r. :n Ti i

be uniVf-rsail 1ltivt4 alAL
i)ans wi~l t).-.anmaz# s!a, to*lr thr
for t(.ltrai-ing f' *.li* .i f
so) Jlog a ~~*~' ~
Ii ve. 1.+t an a xe~ .
cburcht- ani ,-eb min!b iiL

we wuo~ld rn.a:'-fl
Yet in thi'. L.wi-..ij -4 ...S
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revenut- (ifr.hf; l7*.4
charact#er.T'r~I'*
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omme (huirt-h -:. Ka::rI
troyiflg son-i( c t*!',r(K n
these t hincso ~ I.*;'a-

The r- al I m:ba.1 ~a-'
of a c "y v ars* n' 1"'. 4!! ra hr;
and co rzairD1F.-ri
but inl !th ( a. ..-
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ed by t4b4..v44 ~ L
happy tNin-,--zan 'T.I-.
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my of afl l et j,-b .s,(. n-a
IS it IT!itir! \t'l' -.r aIj '-~
possibly fi,*twn'r.i. :nn


toward a .17runKar'- !.a.4)4'.

for fr~n.&t~an-! ht A. T-1~
for the VOT*N'0!!400, 11, 4
duty it is to r.'stratin *1-z
and to os nTh.o~.' '-l
the rui. Iof th.,ir -1r~~~a.I .
and slha m P ~T I T I ,'**
f" nriz oftbt h 1.:::H j *
mrothers and f ,
the pitia!Ie par'-a: '. h. If.
but usually lavk1es, sh.-
The r-m-r,!(v-zC
izen-,thip is ih t~ c'ivic ]if#-a i -ml.in 1 (. a

more difficult b% -' 44
drink traf~c. ginll-inz. ~~ *
bcwi41e. Ptt'~df'l
been ovcr-c'sTirnateil tilm u- (4 n.
1has ds-().1 o I Tt-i. -lm2
always wolal%-r 1--an ij? Z'tIT71-Zfor -
ever elo~fi'li '-

Nowntr cr lat.,r. fall 4~417
Welre an 'I olt f-1..r~'-Y!*-- .


it. and wbal the g.~l''~l.g4 ~~
of tttw mrn 'nwho rmaY -T- Fvov+*-N Of-t'-
ot our polit Cical lov.,z to !e
fac't That Tht' liqunor "affi i
e~t of :a'l o1!r 71:ttj'TiT 4-ir..% "T
worthy of t'm~P~. .~ T! .
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nadle a splenjlid fIght which, culminat-
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PANIC






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SWill Contiiaie 'for Twelve Days More




S Our Panic ac was wri:cuc a doubt a big success. w n n,

way Hundreds o' shoppers thronged our s'cre veerv day
4. nd '.:ard the last :cre smd to be no 'et up at all. We have sho^:n
\~rcc-atin Cv t 1e 1m1rv ous bargains and courteous treatment az-
:.rded vcyI-y. and so te lirst twelve days have passed. On azz:un
x zment and agitation caused by the recent electin. hurdres
warc o p r: v/or oud ithave attended more regularly were kept aw-v :-r
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ja _cn.tuarn.ce ct this Panic Sa c for another twelve days. The sae .e
,.a,;'ic prices il pcrevai and vwe have already a new supply c: gccd
,-a-rSa--n spc-,-s. There wi.A be many new features and attractions here

ou for the next tweve days. Thanking you again *or your unan-
a '.....s ap1 prcca-;n c: our efforts to please vcu. we are. respectful.
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Marion County Abstract Company.


Fire Insurance

on City Property. Farrqs cne Farn) Lands for Sole
lrvestmerjts


NO. MANLAST.


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MARI AGE AT " T HE H ,I' ITAL
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President.
B. J. Potter, Gen.


WoodrOw,..
Secretary.
Mgr.


WOOOMAR SAND AND STONE COMPANY


Builders of
CEMENT SIDEWALKS
Dealers In
LAKE WEIR SAND
Manufacturers of
CONCRETE BLOCKS,
PAVING MATERIAL
FENCE POSTS, Etc.
Estimates and plans turnm:sbed ant
contracts taken.
P. 0. Box 956 Ocala. Florida


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a Ship (canal acr(v,- -thI1 p-mrl isu hi (f
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inortion. I W0ould state thalk tho F~or-
idJa (Octan and Gu~lf (Can~alI :npany '
w ip-as itlco)rpwr3t-- ll 11-l"r0't-'
Fl~orida in 1~ and ill To T W
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cort~pany. an Ei~iz4- 11zi1e. of U':
energy anti ahil1 19i1 In c'n~l I 9'
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FAVORITES SELDOM WiN




('harels C Pin1kn-,,. Henry ClUty. LDan-


G'. fB1ainto. J1ohni Shorm~ni '-i n
them attained his t!--t11 n..:
Neithe-r will \V~lliai .1 llr'an,
No0 nan % ic*(I-fit-aea t0ji fr LI.';'i, pr
110v vever \%ontt..it olfico. lOr 99~*1
i~ly to win it. anef 1ol I.1at-'t
son each survived a 5jinzl. ed-11 --v. anii!
the pre~ztkgpe(if Clovtlaud*>- elet-Tion -In~
VA1SA nomiinatoed hiniin 1'i2 n spitt,
of the IS retu iirn: bht a It vcolt~t
en candidate is done for, and h11i.i; n'fli
Inatiou for a third i tiit can sjh'l' enl\
diasat*er.
PThero is no law of poli~ic'. wlhie
shows less~ variation zlian tl,*i law of
new blood. Nt-itht-r Md" nor Mlon-
roe nor Jlohn Quiticy Adanis ever 'w'as
a popular jiol or h.01 a popular f '11 i%\9
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FLORIDA


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of a house whost2 s9 vss s-S s':t9Lr,., lr- .>
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WE CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF

House Furnishings Parlor Suits
Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and Ross

Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits
In Mahogony, Birch. Birdseye of all k;nds-Mohogany and Oak.
Maple and Oak. .t'" 1 9.


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? -. in a, tle different finishes


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Uhina and Crockery
Complete line-Dinner Sets and
Odd Pieces


Porticrs


Heaters, Ranges, Cook Stoves
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Farm adl Turpanins Wagois, Buggias, Harngss and Saddles


FURNITURE DEALERS


of Bed and Table Linens. Lace Curtains.
and Upholstering Goods


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O WARD SWEEPMAYOR NASH'S FIRST MESSAGE
ONWARD SWEEP OF TEMPERCEIt Will be Read at the Next Meeting


Eite Ca)ajqge a Century Hath Wrought- --Ihl)iy arqd Religio) No'
Longer ix--.Rural Communit es Keoced the Revolt.


In P1I1. nearly (one hrrdyat-,r
Wg. !t-'-re %-a,.at the ~pro-tws.n ..T': (of
brookvillv,. Indiana, a turous 'rv
Raafon in the way of a inai. i. IPa-z

keq.4p+r all roiidi- l iT'i n'-, I i. "-aII
Como, into th#- 1!rri-n ;~
and va = th( flr.- T'\Ih 1 .-~ A ~


Frank-]:n ( (uwyT. near'.. ):iU7
der, vua,laid u:()!L!in 1-T., ~!a (*
tury aizo. and This Itr-a4hjinu w`.A-h.Ov
ne14i-r was a flalii a( T'itn-inlsaP~!h
play". (On Sunday L4,, ;.r-acht(f.drv
laziy to his con~rT',,ta1 ijnonu ir\I
Ing se-tkers. m~ysii~all tr. -.a.
after s(--rvices *"!--t up *.;q~'.
the '-wslck .o'!7V r -u*.
in i h o!.e day' !a .. 4 **

prooduc~t of th '1 f -`i;,!1- (~.4(
still. In fact. tht, tVr-I :Li ,.
ery piono-er .fnrnrt; aa
lery. twner+-Lard' +A......
portaniz x-; ih- ni1:2.......

plers, and T:.aii .f,'- (I .44

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efit o Lf -ho. 7.V.


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cabin. xxh,.rq.*- Aan.. : 7
nisbed *4o- man at: I .;* M
around in thti. rural .p*. .*
you live and! cw.;tIst -I..,'
drink hiquor to t\ce--s or -- ~ n mn.
eration. A dri n 1\ nz r.ace.
course,-would1 no lort.,z. r t!wt u1'
Be is as extinct as hed h.Nt
quor is se-rved on the i-h.r sa
it was in T"7in ,vtr\ 1om.ure '
ing bas bt*,come unpoloilar an,.'uuwah-'J
ionable. No farmer Thinks of rxiu


whisk-v in the harvest fi:,. a i:
was universal a hundred and evt-n f-
ty years ago. The churches art n,,.W
all standing in solid column t'hin.I
the temperance movement. The \W.
C. T. I'.. the Y. M. C. A.. The En !tax-
orers and other Christian associaticn-
wre all working heroically against the
universal curse. The advance has
been great and no class has benefl-e'i
more from the reform than the tillers
of the soil. There is not a strict 'y
timing community in the U'niTed


BRYAN'S APPOINTMENT WITH
FRIENDS OF ADMINISTRATION

The Tallahassee Correspondent Sa
vannah NeWvs Talks Interestingly
on the Subject
The Tallahassee correspondent ol
the Savannah News sends tha: paeer
the following:
'The political atmosphere has not
been clarified by the events of thte
past week. and it appears now in a
more uncertain maze than ever. Fac-
tUmial lines have not been clearly
dawn and the anti-administration for-
ew are evidently waiting for the mud
die to become settled before making
their choice. Hence it is an anxious
time for the politicians and thb.er sup-
porters.
Park Trammell of Lakeland and
Tampa. member of the state senate
and attorney, who was one tof Ih e tirs:
to announce as a candidate for the
United States senate, and later an-
nounced his withdrawa. has announc-
ed as a candidate for attorney gp-ner-
aL. Mr. W. H. Ellis, the incumb,11nt'll.
has also announced.
So far this is the only office, in the
State house. with the exctpTo.ln of the
governorship, for which more than
one candidate has announced. The


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ington you bad better wear a :ag.
-aying. Irim ld enough. "
"'I see no greater disadvantage :r.
beingg onet year above the constitution
al limit than seve-ra year-- bevy(,nd th
Oser limit." replied Bryan iuntant:'
Those who know the youneir s.Tr
ator best have every confidence in .:s
becoming in time a na':onal fl,:T-,:.
that is to a-ay. inasmuch as a stnato:-
can become a national figure Tht-x
do not expect him to become prt.-
den:. but he is made of stat-snian!:ke
stuff. and reports of visitors to th,
capital indicate that he will be winn.-r
in the first primary t'r election t(, T,.
regular termn. Bryan bas anoth-'r -.
nal ad\awlaze in rhe race. H,- i.s a
na' i e Floridian. and is p-op l .'.*r a
c-nt ir and a a't" hav. t'eTl n:T .s
of this state, which i- a 1,boa-: tha' ,
c.an,!,dlatesor .' off.co-:'n. ,.', ", :!i }", *".. a
can make vali.!.


FARMERS SELLING SASSAFRAS

Farinf rs i Jaing on rh hl:- ar: -
of lafayee a':,! (,r.r.n4 i" ,, ",,\',
s hips, north -f N'w .Vt'anv \, .r'.'
thvre are t huid .ds tof .t'of r,. ,t 4 ,f x% '1-
1Iut t.i l',', cov rt-,, w .. s zts-. r a.
shrulbery. are rvc'i\ in. s*"li' rt Vt'v -
ue from land that has no, aff(or,!1 an:yv
incol ,'or l! v v,'ar<. "', 'v v.i\'<,


of the Council
a:aFa. Fla. Jan. 11\, 1 ,--
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SOLVED

Can be Made Cheap and Durable-An
!nvention T,at Means Much in
the Economy of Roadi
Bu'd,'ng


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OCALA. FLORIDA.
Co.,e and se u w e in n dee of anr',',` ::-

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Farming Implements,

Wice Fencing,

Stoves, Pumps,

I Guns, Ammunition,

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'uti:, for damages. Other houses inI
town, as I understand, are in dan~er!
from: liflne happeninzsz.
I trust You will izivp thtse few sug-
zt-stion,-zcar'-fuul c'on si d+-ration. and'
h~Lee me. wi~h '4"ir heart and k 'i
f' 'r Ithe ub (iin f ou rlbfa#- -a
C t v. Rt'spectfuily.
G A. NASH, ay


PROGRAM FOR STATE FARMERS'!
MEETING IN GAINESVILLE

February 5-7 p. m.
AL d f A R ,
as, mayor.
A-.zr-cu1:t;"e in the? l'rE:t'-:L:yD

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