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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00467
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ein doirg business with the people of this vicinity we decided to
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alum oraumh.im L 1 the food.


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Local and Pcrson"l


A CANNING FACTORY FOR OCALA

SWe had a very pleasant vi:it iTh,'irs-
day from Mr. E. P. Green .'-
Setta, Ga., representing Messre. 0
Pre(-prich &- Company of New York
City, who iucate ani, b'.Ild complete
can'.nig tacturi,.s.
Mr. Green -ay:a; that he i6 pr,',ident
of on,. of he-e-t factories at Marit-ta;
T-aI s ow in itU third y.ar and has
i,_i a lae; lVt-'-ii Iieut irum Lhe
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tc, .a ',- c to th, latItr 4 tii (',e a
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and w is !(,I- 11 it itin-, tiflit' 1a.flI .411 til'-
Colonvl 1.. J. Parr. az l.iIni rm ndiI e 41' .1 hl U tI'I
almoST blind. ('avit' To thit'11.0:1:, '(alt'rk.
u day and c:a-.t a biallot'at~> M I44 ~t Va3 a Imost 1ca!41'ol
S..t-l1ing. ticlid and a- I L:--n. iial. (comlznip4t1oI1.i
1111 alit~ld Wa> .tlwaU\ ppulai'r.
The $eri Thater*ou. UI*'s i *t l~ Vxas it' ver Imarrieol. and liii i
tract larp, 'crovkds WX., htln,;P 10 I!411'. I'(t4'l.'IO-ti4I tisLt.
wll I 1w larc.'ly pal, roniz'2.Tfbu' pro- V l4t1. 0 1 41 n~1 b
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THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMI
S!ONERS CANVASS THE
RETURNS


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After Hearing From the Attorneys on
Bctn S~des, and the County At-
torney, the Board Declares
That the Wet S:de Won

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T'u1lhv ii('tinf. and in T li .,v. ~ft ~ ~ .~,h '
I a i i na n i n ecre stit i ~eale0 i iii! atr''i.\\I I)5J10s tl)l and L;011- I
pen'ance. ii1 and tue-er tiire-d (tf av:;shirink4alTI-11
The :trtilimier, tiiii-i-0on his .tl lf r i o (I-; vw.he-n
P~lit('l."No NXtwo~.szary Ex-il,7 4,-t yVi!Ritk (INOW Y0ork 'i.
from her pen. and wvas 'Vii tel in al Hisz death wil bwe deeply lameont cd by
voin to arrest the attontion of all his Ocala friends.


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Tabulated Returns


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OWPER.


E DOLLAR A YEAR


REV. TROUTMAN SENDS


BEST WISHES FOR PE-RU-NA


Rev. George A. E. Troutman, Mt.s .

Washington, Mo., Writes, ,.^^,


"My Wife and I Are Strong -L

Believers in Pe-ru-na." :. ..,.


Catarrh and La Grippe.
Rev. tGeo. A. E. Troutman, Mt.
'WashmInton, Mo., writes: "My wife
and I are stroi-t believers in Peruna.


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/ 'i i i with a peculiar -pa-.,modie affection Of
i +- "'_ ,-" / the throat. It , i .1 ,, i7 r:.. il.nly
.- ,+ftS^ ^',+a 1nd for a f'w ninutt- 1 wotuili b un-
*- ,. 4 _! alle to p.ak atifi,l and ny brath
,7r- ( ./ .<" f)S ^x w,,i ld L,, .r.':Ilv inr',rf. ',l with. I

"' /, ,fi "L "1 filt:tlyv (<,: .lu i th1Lt it w aS SomO
' .B cit,( th, .-,p:-:,,i. It ir.terftrod with mv
,' \e a vocation a- a pra'h,-r. attacking me
o1't~sitnally in th-piilpit.
-, \ "I hadi heard ,, imii'h ahnot Peruns
"', \ \as a catarrh riti-euly that I determined
to trv it. Aftor taking two hotties, my
.. -, trouble has disappeared. I foel sure
j- "f'- \S that Pcruna lais r. ratlyv tenefltrd nm."
^imi^'^/,^ BRev. P. E. Swanstrom, Swedish
A -.Ki" Baptist Pator, Bix 2.y, Grantsburg,
SVis., writes that from the us.e of
"", -- / "'"^^ P,.runa ba ia lb'rfectly w1ll, entirely
cured of chronic diarrhea and catarrh.
I was cured of a bad case of catarrh when
nothing ole that 1 tried had any effect. Peruna In Tablet Form.
My wife was cured from a severe case For two years Dr. Hartman and his
of lagrippe, and we feel that the least assistants have incessantly latbored to
wve can do is to gratefully acknowledge create Peruna in tablet form. and their
the merit of Peruna. i strenuous labors have just been crowned
"My wife joins me in sending best with success. People who object to
wishes for your success." liquid medicines can now secure Peruna
Throat Trouble. Tablets. whiph represent the medicine
Rev. H. W. Tate, 920 Lincoln Avenue, ingredients of Peyuna. Each tablet is
Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio, writes: equivalent to one average dose ol
"For several years I have been troubled Peruna.


A REPUBLICAN SPLIT


Two Factions
Sides Elect
publican


Meet in Ocala and Both
Delegates to the Re-
Convention to be


Held at St. Augustine


S;. ''.r'*'ia v : I > i> t ,::. ly : toIV I- the r'-
i'.,i;'kIl(, ('C1,i Is (f this county. Tht'
; ; .-' \\a-. tlli\i:i.l iitti tw o factions.


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| !",11<',vi'n ." is ;i list (.f ,l,-ilcates :.-c
#'-I(''l lv the Odd Fellows' hall fac-
:'iO : I W. Chandller, 1. 0. Williams.
' L-wis <'ai s innl Ai. Aui-tin l ss. HFlpn-
' -\ : olord rl <--epit the last named.
: The Mitchell hall delegates are the
following: .John H. Dickf'rson. H. C.


It Does the Business
Mr. E. E. Chamberlain of Clinton.
Maine, says of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve: "It does the business: I have
used it for piles, and it cured them.
Applied it to an old sore and it healed
it without leaving a sear bhhlnd.'"
25c. at Tydings & Co's. drugstore, m

FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN

My SO-acre farm, all under fence;
No. 1 land; good buildings; good wa-
ter: 50 acres under cultivation; 30)
acres in pine timber; 1-3 mflil from
1new Jackonxville and Tampa North-
ern railroad. For joarticu!iar.s apply
to Ii. S. Quar -riiai.L, Fairfi.-l1. Marion
comity. Fla. 12-20-1 m.

A BARGAIN FOR YOU

The best immediate offer will buy
,,ne of the finest farms in Marion
county, consisting of 44 acres choice
trucking land; all under cultivation;
good house barns, cisterns, well
. grapes, pears, plums, etc. Only 60
rods from depot at Sparr. Fla. Look
'at it and make offer. Submit propo-
sition to S. Level, next door, who has
key to house. 12-13-lmw.


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K^+-at'an **1 r;:'o,,,,- .i'. \\t' <" :in tOc: t!a
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IPT';u at t a\.- \\'! .4!'. .41. \ -' T

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,.,,u:n.t hospital tnd it alnilIst inpTi
bl"- I k-'p a s-Ililly or trail l 1u11-' |
on haiid. b1*'(ca1.-*' Iti*'Y marry of 4' >0
rapidly. It ,et'f;s to bt1 a favorite r -;
treat for Dan Cupid.

Beware of the snake in thc. glass. It
^f seen when it is not then' and niak-
eth its victim do the most absurd per-
--.......c. T"rK ennLko in the glass is


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THE OCALA BANNER

FRANK HARRIS, Editor.
P. V. Leevengood, Business Manager.


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 31. 19OS ,

Will McNamee meet Carrie Nation'.
-i
The Baptist Witno-s.- wa.- run at a
loss last year of $2211.
It the women enjoyed tho right of
suffrage the open saloon wouid not
have a f.ghtTing charn<. I


"YON YOHNSOF'S" BUGLE CALLITAFT WILL BE NOMINATED ON
-- FIRST BALLOT
Gov. John A .J'hnison. it th, fo;:- I --
lowing tel-granm ,) tht N.\w Yo)rk A\ccordling to a table prepared l)by
\Vor.-. stamlrs hi,is.-lf as a propl)er ,-riary 1.oeb. Mr Taft alreaily has
man for th-d (I,-.-'.ratic nominination 1 enough os to nominate him on ,)1 h


t!rST alu.I)h


"The s ti.r.:! an,! inj l'i-trial d<- Alabama. .. .. ...
v,-!o) n[ltfn t of1 t i c ii' rv ha.- reach d,-ia -,.n.- .
r ' a t ... .. ....
a poirn w h-'r tn, ;,,,, nlar a'sjiisr'i -nt,:(.a'-itron i .. .. ..
.ot rngh" has .- p,- o:'.- :h,, tq.. <-T>i,,>n <^'f, (' ,,ra~i .,
.^ilo h :'r. ] p : lt i Ul r..l. e )of on;-': Floridla ... ... ...
peop'; :is -vi,'-i( o th. di-ttrmina- r, ...........


li4 n -h hartd by al. ::ia' tIhe fiun'tanenn-
tal I.rincipl'- of ;n'- IZ,) I..rnnnt shai;
h. manaint ail l,-d. ITncs,' i n.lldf, th.
d(i niTy ')f labor, quality I,.forr ;ih-
law. r 1, equal i.for'ceniont of h-
laws and entir, ntbsonce of speciall
privileges.
"-;rtat Corl,,,.a! 'us. psp'eiallv those
exercising a'* l as, SOmI- of the pow-
ers of govoirnIIme.T must come to th,-
r.aliza-ion that *.-y are as anmeinabl-e
to the, law as i the, inividIual cil'i-
7z .r


-- 'Th(.e proz;en is still to, he
Henry WVatterson says it is "too solveid, but. while searcbing t)for the
late" for the Johb.son boom. Then, complete remily. wve can '1 least
why did he start it?-Tampa News. withdraw from th.ir erasp th- special
priviloze,,; thfv !have oij)vy 1' under
Don't let the resuIlt of the election a hig h, e tar iff.
a high protective tariff.
interfere with our patriotism and love it ust b,4 apparent that ,' r pros-
for Ocala, but rather let u.- work all nt tariff. while,, mainlyv rel;onsihbl
the harder for her upbuilding, for the exis-tence of tto tr-st-. i-, in
laddtition, a tax upon tht- a o r ,,r
The democratic committee of I)+- ai'io a tax pon the ases for
thebenfitofthe few.
Soto county want J. H. Humphries t th nf of th f
"The, farmin.- of tix--s in Fran(,,,,
again run for senator from the twen- "Th farin f ta in an.
ty-seenth district.-Tampa Tribune. bfore the revolution, was no more in-
Siqiiitons than in o,,r present tariff
The Tillman pitchfork will not have system. 196q will he n mnmorabloi
lived in vain if it succeeds in prvin- y(ear for "ho strll e of oqtlil rights;
open the real truth of Cortelyoii and an,1 Amterican ideals. Th.i- \ ar will
the New York banks- Atanta Jour-. tariff reform accomnpli-hf. or well
nal. uinde-r way. for if the pre,,..nr contres
- does not at the )pres,-nt S.ession mnake
Th- l or ,;al tgtkt'r of t.1-. \T.-t.r.i......- .....-.t. .n.ti.*.1.. rod i i T Ti C> 0] i 1


itan ]ife, Insuiran. e ('timpan ya.1. iow
bein erected in New York Citv. is th..
talle.t of" io s kind in thIT, wl: It is


f.I f-.-t from th< C'.l-iar t',)or. an,]
weighs ,.,O, tons.
Having nobly fought andl bh.d, in
his prohibition crusa'le. Editor H.arri:
will now have more Ieisuro to dvo)t,
to the contemplation of Senator WVil-
liam James Bryan's acquaintance with
American history.-Tampa News.
Napoleon McNanmee has not yet met
his Waterloo, but the change of less
tlan a dozen votes would have lost
him Ocala. The wet majority was re-
duced from 90 to 20. and the regi.tra-
lIon of the "brother in black" was
more than 100 greater.
The Journal nominates Governor
Broward as a candidate for delegate
at large to the democratic national
convention. He is for the nomination
of Mr. Bryan and he represents the
spirit of progressive democracy which
rules the vast majority of Florida dem-
ocrats. Will you run, governor?-
Pensacola Journal.
The Phillistine says that no man re-
alizes th,- difficulties of doing business
excepting the, man who has looked a
pay roll in the eo.- ont,1c a w-,>k for
ten years, and when you knep riarht
along looking the pay roll in tlhe face I
for forty y(.ar.-; :h diori' tij, will in-
craso. .4p41ca!;Y if rhel, b -ii .'ss is
that of ruinninri ;'n -tIn-,'Ir 'n sp-
per in a -n.all (itN.


Thol -)sltnas1' r r zn#,rai.
pulbl] i rsof daji! '% '

rang.- in havinI. thlijir 1i''lTi)1
paid in advance,, and vvc,k~ly '
a rvasonali> I tiim.. A ft l,*11#1
tioti (of th.1t timI.. aI:1,11r~b ~J
m ii~ls, w 1as dill '3 1 .11i'. III-th'v ''j

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Loi;].-iana ..... ... ..
M!i-higan .........
Minnesota...... ...
Mississippi .........
Missouri...... .....
Montana...... ... ..
Nebraska..........
Norh Carolina......
Nor'hi Dakota.......
O hio...... ... ... ..
Oklahonma .........
Oriezon ........ ...
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South, Dakota ......
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W ashhington .......
Wyomnin ......... .
Alaska......... ...
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New Mexico .....
Philippines .... ... ...
Porto Rico... ... ...
Arizon . . . .

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N#'es"ar.' TO) a chokic


THE CITY OF HERCULANEUM TO!
BE UNEARTHED

Hfrl'l"dlhi''i+n, til ancitC)' Rom)an
ciU whir,. '.as lain for lllo years un-
d(,r the \''nVe viau la a \\h4,i, buiel it


i'or thi.


Frank IHa;rri s c)inillai I. I Ti',,1 S I I-
).r Bryan ha.,r* rmado an,,,* 4r-


I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t Ui viah a P !14A l \it


'N oI t -onI r WlI, Ie]44'1'l 'II I i I 'l pleodg 1ib' iI trl. O - .! V i, .,t ,- i i t ic li 10;i
N ,v, .nT0 1. r i ,'iis "h,,.-,. a n,,i,, T h e i ;t
T o d ',' l4*(o . : r'.ii r !>i i -au an
)'t e of Se,,ator Taiiatlerro, w ho is I,,II I tI. , ,' tt.,: ;,l
; * tt, 1 P I Ital" l t il it t 1 11 I, II '
DEMOCRATIC HARMONY i 1)." 1 ij" "." "ti "4s at b.. l ,,I. ,,',nr ;;,l! .tiii--:;,t. ,-
t:-tiil t apital Sl-,ator lr an. hit. v- .. .
That .li...t e I rnson, .hl deonifhorra 1 0 OVe lti 'li ii li'ghimslfl .it1 ia-h- .,i i 1, a ,; id -
law -er and leae'', r of( Ohio. sh(o-l ,,u lat)r at t p C tit-- 'ewill .,e I -xhli .i Ifor iyv ,ave al-
a t \\'ashii;itln and I L.oeo nivtri-i -. t, r tiir, c ,ip
a 'cc aIclinil)afivnz Yr. Bryan ol a seak- ai. Lexingtou, Va., last eyar, and lias U
Sour f the o : s a trying ir-' ia. a '-an pe'sohal and ) offic('iai r.- Th. V,1,,, r: ) titi ,- an, t
cumstance. Mr. Harmon has not iee, cord. Frank Harris, usually fair and -cll-,Ia : tli, .- ki lg t irwardl
famniliarly known as 1blo I ingig to th e o isiierate, has been, in the opinioiL a 't w i *lrc u-
circle of Mr. Bryan's special friends, of many. unjust and too aggressive, in l. ..an wL..chiti ot pct wi ilot
l)it it is well remembterd that he re- his attacks oil Florida's gifted yout[ g lyih,. :',l a
i i only tgive to ) l11- %N-orhi a i1 iev n t- eof
tirpedl from empolymient by this adniin- sniiator.-Jacksonv-ilIle Metropolis. aneint art, but also a walt of class.
istration because it woudl not allow Tthe ,editor of the Banner tries to be SIi litratur, including. p'rhas, the
him to prosecute some prominent law fair. He knows of no attacks that he' works o hitherto unknown author..
breakers in a manner he deemed ne- has made upon Florida's young sena-Prof. Waldstein of Camnbridgo ig-
cossary to secure their conviction. Itor. It was no reporter ot the Ocilalani is the ,.nth1niast to whom the
Taken in connection with numerous Banner that n misquoted. the young sen';:woi.d ow t: s the initiai1 of tihe
other incidents and expressions among ator. It was not the Ocala Banner s,1 for it is he who has workd
the more conservative wing of the?;that reported the young senator as for ears urging the important of a
democratic party it is evidence suffl- saying that he was "going to make thorough excavation oil tlhe it01 of
cient that a basis of harmony has been the best .senator any state ever had." 1 lrc(ulanoetm.
reached, and that the party will be, and that he was "going to be the old-
entirely united in the coming cam- est senator." THE YOUNG MAN-HIS OPPORTU-'
paign. There may be still some recal- On the contrary, the Banner said NITY
citrants, but they will be few and will that it hoped that he had been mis- --
have no influence over the sturdy quoted. TL.'-ire was neve,,r a tinIe when the,
masses of the voters. The prospects It also expressed the wish thaL he voug nIman. possessiug, brains, onler-
ot the party for victory are better would make a record the state would gy and h)nesrv, had an opportunity
than th--ey have been since, ],v. when be proud of. tuil that presented to him lodav
the presidency was bought and he- 1As soon as th,-. yoing senator mnadI"he t-"er ha: nvie ,r been ta period W11hen
travel aw.-ay. There are no traitors a denial of tht inIterview the Ocata wsine-Iss Ileni Wtere o)I tlhe loo,(iut ,or
n(w. and the ptoople are, awake to the, -annnr printed The denial. o n oe>.ii qi1ft
iniuitous methods of the e li(an The Ocalh Bann,,er al.-, iprinted the a> i.. 1 e,'>, n to,'; \nl tl,,. t,111
party Tl. e use of mnone.y will 14e 5 s y(),Itn' seinato)r's op'n l'tt(er," word' )liinI h', ;t'..-> ttaiiiI ,' ihe Ip
red iuc-.l v law an an i !pro -.d n:or- f,)r vworl. as h e wrF tt it. tr ii i, .- i i'it, wt.il in Ii .,,b
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.-IWKFB POSITI".,crnrs 3OF A"L FORMS AND 9s,7T.r4 r-


Physicians endorow P. P. P. aq a 3.1'7n
d&I conmbinat:-., and pracnribe it wi:.i
re.&t atiafaction for the cure of all
tf.rms anl stages of !hrimry. Secondary
sand Tertiary Syphihs. Syphihuc Rheu-
matism. S.'rofuloug t'e.-i and Son-i,
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ha" resisted alnl treatment, Catrrhb, U
DiMease. Eczema. Chronic Female
Complain, Mercural Poio. Toetter,
Scaldhead, etc., etc.
P. P. P. is a powerfl tomdo and an
excellent aptpitizer. building up the
system rmpidly. If you are weak and
feeble, and feal badly try P. P. P. and


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complete Price list.


Ocala


House Wine
OCALA. FLORIDA.


McMillan


Rooms.


Bros.


Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

and General Metal Workers.


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blood cleansing pr-ipertiee of P. P.1p.,
Prickly Ash. Poke Root &.:-I uumQf
Sold by all Druigiat&
F'. V. LIPPMAN
Proprietor
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VOLf 43:, NO 31. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANvUAiY 31 190S. O0]


0WPER.

E DOLLAR A YEAR


Local and PersonalI


i
Mrs. E- P Thagard has gone up to
Reddick to spend several days with
friends.
Mi.s (0-t-en oif High Si:ing- arriv-
ed in ,.caia last night to spind a whi-t,
O h her sisiTer. Mrs. Will Marlow.

Mrs. Arhnur (C'oib has reTurnr,,
.O fol,' froni a Vi-iT To 1.-r mo'h.r a'
older. na'.ilie b,- .. i w: fo: -,-x .ra.!
w l--ks.


Mi~.~sMattie and Kate Adanis. af-
,t- a chort i~:TO.~a~' in St. P'--
terstburg. have rwurv' d to Ocala and
arc- again ith -P .sA -z0of M issues Flor-
t-nce ,and Margaret-TWaL"rQ.

Mr. To~~ H. Hiarris is at home
1'-.f n a ,i!-it lui a xxf-flk with friends in
.Jachsonv:Ee. iEn r.u hume hc- ST01-
I.Iat 'wh r: r a cople of day-
l\%P Mr ~ a. l--.C.IH. Llouyd.


Dr. J. G. Ba.-kin and Messrs. R. H. I
Sanders and A. B. Kibl-r wvre promi-
nent DunnelloniteE in Ocala on busi- i
hcSS ,'We(Ine day.
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hubexr, who
have ben spending several ] weeks}'
with relatives at Bronson, have return-
ed home. Th,,y w,,r accompanied by
Mr-. Hultpr's mother. Mrs. Zinimmer-,
man. of Indiana. who will be with hfr
la':Lhr!.or fr The remainder of the win-
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Ladies' Ready to Wear Suits in the leading fabrics of Dress

Goods and Sils from $15.00 to $35.00.

Ladies' Ready to Wear Skirts in Panama, Chiffon Cloth

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

Ladies' Fancy Silk Woists, Ploin SiL WiotAs, Nct Siih Wcists.
Beautifully tailored from $3.75 to $7.50.


Our Dress Goods Department is by far the largest in town. We carry an exten-
sive line in all the leading weaves and colors at prices ranging frcm '.)c to $3.I4N
per yard


It. 1174cncy Back Taffetta Silk znd the famous Mexine
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1\Ih ehxvill 1, ir m on ~.,rictl% I1~~4

I.,~n:.~'o)f tho iiiI'ic N%-*,'vi'll stat., that
11t mot;()I~ of t'this, flail.% Nwill h.. pj ri-j
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LAcKiERMAN& STE ART."F'&


H'im. John W\ [. -rdutin, at one LITTJ*
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21.ird iri~r. Mr. 14 W. iiari 'was for Svr
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Citi~- 1/,! aprar.j'hli-hing a pap'-r
at I' n sau 'La, h1,1?br rthe ipa,.t tour
Y*ar has h--n mj *r~I~~.otfjillinths. p4.ii-
!-!'jfl d- ;artrw~nt in tN im.efipanroI.r'A
(offitheat TH- a~.s.lewas a broth-
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MR. BRYAN S MISTAKE


WHAT IS A GOOD MAN:'


ONLY ONE MORE


FRANK HARRIS. Editor. or-i

P.V. Loevengood. Business Manager. IIail11' ~h:a 'm-hdui't >r in A:.. -Ij- ''ii:V hI.'1J C!,' T'- '
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MuOTIHER AND 0BABT


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FRIDAY. JANIARY i1I9o t,-' a.ofn a ,1 11,i al114w ,.I ,IL I,i .-
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iLina h -:'. II.thilll fl4U. +' i at ,'ti ir Hpt 'I.n i..> le Ii "iit'\ .t "',X- ,1 .,.. ,I. .. n' U I "
And Judge rarmon is from .i" ihii ;. t wh I i ... . '
toO. "An,1 if whit I -:iv.* l .rM i j ',-- V tl ) i h'l.h". I i Iioithu tIl.< :1 ::1 ,' t ,' ,t ," 1 ',* ,*
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m ade a great hit n hi s.- a < .4 I i d o i r .r ; :. i I '' .Iit. h-



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O v 'ir#'r a. paaian of Ii,- B n , ,. : : 'i ; 4 : tiA .:-r" '
u tis no ltrp--1r a s at an.' }H .- --- a) a ,. ,2 ,. ,A ," "11-- # .''. n. .,- "
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The Ohio housb of r. pr._.-,.,n ativ.-.s 'd,, th'r111,1'T4l TO hat'! work a:t,! T, ," "'!,r (.,
n" Uf n i l Ii t !" a i.a r! I '.I -.il' it*" d '' i '' "1. t
has adopted a r+-o.uTion intitiing \V., -ari:i.; :- , l .
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J. Bryan to adrss th, li-, laitre onil' tt.v ai- ii i-.s ].xIb..rante wealtlInsh 114nns45 !".ii.,ond2 4 :ifn ,.-:; '" an 1 d p
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February 19. t ,nalan.1, t a u l '() \ .-.,, o- 1 41\ lri' and Ih, own,.r s l'lin I'T 1 : .. ...
tional i sth t and, r] ,<,,i ,-d T',,, prt,-'- '" "' ,,n i-,,m lf.r ill -r t ,, ,,
_d al !l fi at 1 )iV I fleV eUv b e fornoo 'niiol IIt o i.: -,.'' T . .1 : v.i'*' ,- :T. 'i.'at?
St. Augustine, Lake City. Barto, *IIn' ia l itootli l ) t T tl;. a i, without clai.ll pon o'. .. *' ')"!t'S -"
Id ho lhrO VII lilt);1! '.lr- ftT I :!
and Ocala have taken action to main- would b thrown in1to ,e reih lician r nu. Ti- miserly ri,.l> 1,4 11t 1,!'- 'T ~ ,r
tain the suggested prices for box cut- !inotlhne. It s,,-le-- TIo tS Itt:, lIt' should is 1 te good man; neither is h the GORING THE WRONG OX 1 t If ''i
ting, and to keep box cutting down v to ha\ve h,-,,i',u Thi." warning and shold t GOING T WistN ver t-.ar -hji,., 1fo r. "r____,_I I,,fa.j is- a d. rti a.
,Ill i !li ll hh ois i\t as+t ho'h fofrtt i vr lao,,i a tn li..: rtli :, .
the minimum. Good '-Industrial Re- hqv hsitated lotor,, inpri!inz the p i 10
oord. party's splendid hope of success. to Pa is an n- 'u n, Na v vi-:" Suibti p-riil t
He has just made two tours into wt, in rin s wil extraal whiws ancifs irri- r,'..t, anl miid ri.IkI-T both o;t 2tI\s ( 1n,,ia-., >t nefits ),,c.a!isI 1 Ta.O

Bryan's chances for the next pre.i- the state of Kntucky. and To the sur- i hi W e r a- a! tii IiT ti w. .,
s t e s a e o t n u h a d T h u .I ta ro s th e lpo o r+--r in to c la s s Ih a itr d ', l dn t, r p ` n t l ,r , ,, l, a
dency are decidedly in the aseendan- prise of tbh, country the democratic ,th e,,paorer intorca s Rhaer lard oand'l, t.,Edtr r liar- a the w er o. a
dnysocial anarc~hisml. +\u,+rica is th tit., l~ t, rit ,t he, ()ealha Ba'in,,r. atllr en h+, I >a w the work ratin g on. and~ saw
cy. He was boomed in a congression- party was whipped to a finish. o cra fortunes. Whar saves and Uift e ar h I tas irr*d tl rsts of rhf work.
al speech and spent several hours in It seems that the lesson was not hono 4 j t i is tu air -ae an t *I -e.ntIitlt' Thi I saw land that had been snrner^d
honors ir is- that it is tho landi of ;zrf t l .w,,iit th,,'s+,t Two ,,ntltin+n. This I a lntth t ad b ,n s hr rzt
Atlanta-all in one day.-Atlanta Jour- sufficiently salutary ana1 Mr. Bryan re-, t 4 r 1 iit i t l
social benefactions on the part of ,^ ,Iit. r,-ht o, iing as it dot-s. fromi one of ) w h war," e,'r -"
na~l. fusses- to applrocia',e It or be warned by %alhY ciies
r t alth.y citizens. the oldest journals in ht country, is (cts first heuan to lay in the dpths
r -oit.r -n i id s V Th v
John Stockton and John Beard were Speaking on this subject the ('our- A statelnt that evidently first v"'ry, p I)pr. and Shoul se rve the *if the oean the frmatin that o ont-
A t a e e noh a % d -_lt v i)li 1-1 0 1 tir p ,).< o ff ,r w h ir'!] it i -l in t o n+, l ,, l y l, 'a +, t e p ,n n la f F o r
the principal speakers for the prohibi- ier-.Journal says: started in the Ocala Banner has been ll lh1rn)', for wnotin i, hnr lel ita.l bameu th penao For
tionists in Ocala last week. Marion Mr. Bryan ce+rtainlv gained nothing, )ing the rounds to the effe('t tha conncton hhan. ou
:a little a gle 'ice to the Tampa Trii nhe )a three months ago. and one
county voted Tuesday a, to whether either for himself or for the man Senator Bryvan stated immediately of- that is also bro t Trly.and not out ofo ag ard tothe ane n+
,. ., ^-" to trvn eiid nm uiiti. 0 tha is al, rpth r.lv, and not out ,of t:onth ago. according: to th- dtistance,
It should go dry or remain wet.- whose cause he advolcated, by his ter his appointment that he expected plac, il which he ,rt' that sp,- fron the ear n of h rt s
Madison New Enterprise. journey to Frankfort. to na e, the best senator the state hd - l l (t lllil
The democrats whom he undertook ever had, and expected at some s te papro c-ase its hostile attitude to- af11 'f bt ay atie ll of Ie wa
,. ,.,,. ln' nom umenoK ^er had, and expected at somie time Y ., nlril o inis
Henry Watterson, editor of the Lou- first to drive and then to lead to vote to be the oldest one.-DoFuniiak an tu ynt fnator, and closes by rs an re ato planting
isville Courier-Journal, is in Washing- for the declar-,d nomine- of the Beck- Bre-eze. sayi ig to hoth of thh editors: I a w the planting actually ona
ton, and as he walked down the aisle ham primary aro neith,-r children nor It has been said that "a lie can tray- "A .ontifaiion of these altoh eth n al thme banks of t canal I
with one of Kentucky's representa- weaklings- nor is Mr Bryan the kep- el aroun th worl whil truth is uncalled ftor little paragraphs directtwd s the ) same man w o p nland l
tires, he was given an ovation by or of thoir conlsciolnces. He sneors at putting oi he os. W .'., Wteil aainst Florida s junior senator.. will a os bei t r on' a
members of both. sides of the chain- their manInies.- ii rfi.sinh to take th r 11 it sr wi him vots. ntl-thatthersn woiirst had never before been out of wa-
er. He is now the greatest living ed- of -oi have a candid;to vo are- Tin tis r wi wo o .i
ber. He is now the greatest living d- the orders of a notorious personal ma- assertion did not exaggerate it. \Ve htit wont h t' Iesalv to rt friends with him ,n a larze ara, aTd
Itor. hin, his assume optionn to ins.ruct r hace s1atd re'pi!atedly that no manner o t if k,,w) nI) this kit o Tf t rill further into the "(;l (ds,
--- -"- ~Them as. to how thoir con-tii n.ts do-! ~n ^ olk (')^P m s knd o 1'r n r iaK
Rumor is again busy with the prob-thn as to how thlir ostitnts d Orlor interview(ed Florida's youth- lilss. If V 11 t'T. h f saw land for sale and actually b-
ulem whethis or noi Mr. witlhrt Eas -sirt, thpmn to vote. and h:,s (l:t-nald that ful s,,ntiator. The Banner particularly y T ol t W to
lemt wnhethe*r o(r no! Mr. "I E "" ast v, r,,thrt \"- y in ,hii ,r th.e uOtI ) th sa of r10ia for
attthatr.fort tl"et s all :siu tl s lh- ,y \-I)r a n' s T ), that tot, i-ar .evn o al t'i r ,, i l ,,, a y' iu fha i- o.w . n th| 1 l lh
oad at i ,a,,, 1 t e says their ct enstitueadnts olosi', th i11 spoc'ials to thu N ow Yorh. \V, I'" t); an in m.r aH T hn,
their towards its ..tYsted distinealilsidesafar tohhrraitin.s aol, t)o a D ,^ xv-o"lll :v-ax- puicaerl t
at Key \Vest thru to Knithe s Kee inralltinr, alth t their, "^^^ln, ( tla a ,r i erl T(i poi.. f [. ,,,f



weight of argumm t an,1 cir rno Ts a rinT> pI' t to an ' '1' i I !\ \ wn 1 h> x\ 'nr\ o '
Pe plai-ra s a r i a ppa rentitis won for his ofic.io tn, a.. .pa l i(- tp l,,v ral. is not, to lit- ol io' ill T ', 'l,,s. h,-,auis, Old Natdre ha.
'in ii t n
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... at,,aip4T t for'e at- l s a t,! is li.' i" r ',Itlt I t) tn, 1 4 t anp.ron rilv ,tt'aine', I hofr 11i)41 t hey heol-,
THE AO G WORSE TH ANtdo TEoari 1 ii'. 1s h ,t'T '( 01 i, .' HE APOLO WORS THAN nTH' "t '
.ornewhat. Titt Times ,o,-. not aicy. Nd r w,.',,, h.- r ,.-s;!'t 'oed'. dI ryan' p OF FENSE OF OMISSION iti, 1- 'exi,, it ,, ,',l)lt. \\hIt a r O t <'I. f l' t c rp 'ia r, the rtin -: ra'
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J What ar' you igoinZ t ; do 'N \I yw'
lit\ e is- a det-ar liuJ ,e f.'llow 11 i
doubt, and with the alditi tn of hi4
Smother in hrm to what you are. i it-,
Sas you well know. far above the ao ,r'
age-really wonderful, you will :,!-
r mit. Some day, however, he will ha\,,
grown up and will be a bizgt.r prol'-
lem than now. when diet. fre.-.h air
enough, and regular sleeping hours
are the chief questions. Your faih,'r's
father, way down underneath, felt that
your father might some day be presi-
dent of the United States. Your fath-
er planned, as.; he watched you. in
your shapel-ss. helpless days. for
some great future for you. Ar., you
planning as hop.'fully f, son.
a S
Are the tinis out of jrliltw. hav -
America changed, that such Ibuoyant
optimism no loner characterizes ihe,
young father of the day" Why is it
- -" that thirty years azo a vounz work-
wan who saw a big house or handsome
equipage thought gayly. "I'll have on
like that SOml day." or "My boy shall
have that whorl he-' grows ui)"--\-vh\. -
it that today he aro\wl.' "\Vhy Sh11.1i!.
he have all thb-'so thin whs \i;ie I h:t\,'
1, work so hardly." ani, :i<' <.w n ;il!-,'.-
wealth and e,.pita!? The,,. chi, i, in
iiew,-pj inT is here W ', al! s,'.-, i.
Those of us wh- employ oTh, r:- f',,!
it in thet alounll of wvorlk T'",, Ie '. "
anld in the difl.n'r" t spirit s ,l | i n 1'."
the men. The ,.t l, Tif. i i'i ***- 1 i" a. 1 1S
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paniic )f 1!4,1-o thaIt pnd hlaelt. . n 'r- 13 iliitl
tho Int li ht-- a i i t k i r, -is al a 1)11n -a-z your own. Th11; 1 U-. the inelitf1 en tl
aliCe, of it. Why have' wt, I',!kepow '..lfiumir S;hu at,..fp lc~et-S
Sshut? The Jpiil Of it. tIl edlls,*


sorrow and thle 1loom', 1
Look at your boy and smile x'oith
hope Ihe-' is. always room)II at Ti11h*'
top. only there's more of the top 1 now.
and it reaches hihli.-r than ever ho-
fore. There is hardly a sin2lo place |
of importance, in this land which is
filled )by mere favor. Tho men in


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twenvy-four railroad pr,*sid
mel a few months airo to
sles only two were rich n
and mwe of thmn has since
placed by a self-made niai
stop for statistics and (ra
facts Loo.k around for oi
set, the truth. There is mni
unity today in America Itho
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so \V2..I yo ()u IOO, ati rTie I i). 1to--
night sinil,- wirh him and over him
antd oI hopefufl for his futtrur.--Apple-
ton's Magazine for February.

THE WORK OF THE SALVATION
ARMY

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wav lup- ,
Out of which iin 5: countries and colonies, has
O)'n of o f r 1
w over 1 one 1(. commissioned officers. who
enrs who ,_ ,. ..
ts1 w conimand ( over 711,4 corps of Salva-
1sl iss is- .... "
1011 SOIS tion soltitrv. Where the wigwam of
I t-! r le- he Indian l nest'les amongst the pines
* Dbeen re- ... .
Do.t otf the forest, and tllhe round hut of the
S .rind ia Zulu 'lots ithe undulating velt. where
rslf an, Hindu temples rise in the sh4idows of
Irslf'tI alnd . .
r toppor- 'l" )almis. and where the Austr'al-
i)re' Opp]or- "
ian dinte.r sluices the mud for the vel-
an at atx an"
,or is- low goldl. ht' O are to be found the
orldl s his- . . ..-
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*':ilt is thirty-on.' and althithrteeiu 1i.- a t~~.Cia1..aa.id
xv ~ san ffie 1 uy On 011 U' gle!. > SW.'I.d1'n. Franre. "'Sm.itzt'-lanil. Ger-
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How It See~ms to General Booth
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ARi WE MAKING PROGRESS, AND enough to round out the biblical limit conspicuous examples. A little while
ALONG RIGHT LINES? of life ago their belongings could have been
___ Man, in the wonderful use of his carted away in a wagon; now they
brain and brawn, is just beginning to, ,
ome people are disposed to rub the realize that he was born in the image are the largest merchants, contractors
ftr of a cat's back the wrong way of his Maker! and builders in the interior of Florida.
4 people of this particular gender And the story they tell or is told of
m discern nothing but foul odors and A CONFESSION AND A CONCLU- them may be told of some enterpris-
Ustles where to everybody else the SION ing firm in every city, town and ham-
wole earth seems redolent with the let in the United States.
buty and fragrance of flowers. Appleton's for February contains a The "door of opportunity" has not
Perhaps trade is not as good today remarkable editorial under the above been shu: against the "poor man- in
. the United States.
e it was yesterday, or perhaps it is title. The contrary answer is too over-
I as good this month as it was last It seems to think that in our talks whelming.
thUi, and they are at once seized wemn
vfth the idea that the state is grow. about the evils of capital we have Let us for a while begin sowing
J g sckward instead of forward, and caused the pendulum of public opin- the seeds of buoyancy and hope:
a gloom succeeds gloom, soon the ion to swing too far in one direction, Let us say with Pope that 'hope
wlle universe becomes overcast with and unless attempts are made to springs eternal in the human breast."
Sleaden sky and nowhere does a ray swing it into its rightful place--a hap- and strive to make this hope more bu-
, ,...,,an i~f-^f th tw exrem "- oyant and eternal.
of light penetrate or a silver lininir Py mean between the two extremes- oyant and eternal.
pear. we are likely to raise up a nation of If hope is shut out despair will creep
But let us go back to a single life pessimists. in. and do('t ht this be. \Vhan we
i, nainnnf deco ten" wth hom rcacii that pioiat that wt_ .:'Iialli despair
a see how marvelous have bet-en the A nation of discontents. with u-m rach that 1oit tat a ai
elnges and the improvements with- hope has fled. he r.p.lic w shall indeed be in
in that period. Appleiton's says that th- e naazinos a t ad way.
The editor of this paper was born anrd nt.w:iapers have done th..ir share o .-t us rather -wv, th s.(,eds of b.au-
after Florida was admitted into the in spreading the gossip and thing, of ty aivd hope an!t rtelp a harv-,s of i,.-
Uslion, and the imlprovnmints that evil unnil they hive a-.sumd the very shjie and flovr-.
have followed so rapidly upon thOe aIparance of truth. Floridai -ai for l
lbels of each other seem almost in-i Th. mnagazinI(s, the nrw-pal)plrs an, F i a on.nd
edi table. t h, st at'smnon have all tw-n at fault before hiW ma .,s :,Lr o n1 C 'lIi()ion.
to hi sia tiiirv hall in \\ashinn on.
When be was born therc had n,, tiin'l up land .PrIa'.nz is ,.i'tO .- r
yet bf4n construca-d a sinui, milh, ,f of loorim and evil for,bodinls unti,
railroad in any pirt of Florida. unle- :eid. n v w' have ,-.n ,ak,,n,. by P'- eJ .-o ll id-
it was the one now obsolete to the o th gre-at panic and, 1,.,in o r, 1 \1-e-ein .r Exp<>sri,,.i
Ainyr xposil )fll
town of St. Joeph.. ,' i' truth of it all. .. ... ..... ..
Now. lance your .e ov.'r th. m:p. T1: ,dliltr of Apei!llt m is Tt, L. t t 1 *' I..L,' ,;as-X. ay
aud sp how tho lato i.: eo w( .o,,, v:-t hold r, tra1,, (,'Ir t ,i, a l f>r a iv ,S II, iL I \ >! ;, T, w i...
with Th'se rr-at areri,-s f o ,o .w ', a" 1. .' pr' a&. ,u axi y a ,l ,; ,, ,, ,,, ,,, ,
merce! i1-
lnd od. w -kcn ,.' ,.!,nr of This p,:-, ('O" to .1 OiT T C T : 1 t 1r (' ... iii
per was bornm th "nc i h of th<, ir on ra:,wav r, !',:- Tw ,,. ii.i ;, w -t.:. *Y. (::,i i,". ll, c-;r.
hors'" hnd only ,on fn1,l..arnr O I Ow f ThI('Ifi f.wT t I. i .n. ..
fe of tho principal eiTji,- in a few of) ilh,.ir way lip froTm Thel bli)TIoM .... .... ...


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roads werc far- ton' ','ca'e
WVe nado fires in il-e ,e t-'ariynm' ij-1
tugs toy burying liv-' coals iilthle iils
the night before andtih0-0f.1ullt -filnd. r,-
were imuch more rar-e ill t oose (]a\v -
than nco w.
Making progress! \Well, we guess
go.


Open your eyes and behold the
things that are to be seen.
Florida dotted over with beautiful.
thriving towns and cities, and wher-
a little while ago were wood. morass
and swamp are now peaceful homes


and fruitful orchards.


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charge.
Notice is hereby given thaL on the I will be at the following places on
19th day of August, A. D., 1908, tl*etime specified to receive tax returns-
19tli day of August, A. D., 1908, the
undersigned Administrator of the ifor 1908:
ate of Henry T. Spooner, deceased, January, 1908
Blitchton. 31s;t--Until 3 p. m.
will present to the Hon. Joseph Bell, Ftto 1
CotFebruary, 1908
County Judge of Marion county, Flor- e


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i Stanton, Fiorida, September 5. 1907
HENRY G. SPOONER,


As administrator of the estate of
fienry T. Spooner, deceased. 9-6-6m

NOTICE

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Tbh "tinder box'" was just hogn-
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fiction nImatch.
The "tallow dip" Mnd thI h,'vo, .:-
ver and ppwtr "'snuffers" w, re a par:
of the pararphe'rnalia of every w ll rez-
ulated l(*'ls(hold
The "flint lock" vet held itr own and,1
such a thin? as a lreach-lonadlir., ha'-
merlpss shortzin had not yct -en'r,
Into one', mo, t id-,alisTic 1roam-i-;.
Oea'a ar d Marion co,'nTv wrt, n '
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AN ORIGINAL


STURY


Written by a Pupil of the

Ocala High School Whi'e

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*ern land.
Her father and mot'.,r ,iZa :;-i
when she was but a n;-r.,- ch:; 1, I"
her the only heir to an old colonial
Mansion situated on a high hil, o.,r-
looking the Cumberland.
* If in passing you chance-d ",, lok To-
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s e cattle and hor.--.- rraziiz on h
hillside, and the hird.- in th- re-- T,)T,;
chirping away as- though The wrI
had nrver known a sorrow.
(vwendoli-n. unlike must z;r: '. %-a.
no! proud and haiughty. b't po,-ses--i
as sw e: a ( ispo-;o-t:) a:- a .,zn--
could wish. for
Her horse was h-er 1>w-" c,)n'ai.nj)n.
She loved -t more than anyth'nz -x.
ctpt her old zrandmoth,-r. wh)o :v.-I
with and cart-,! for he-r sinzj(, th !r .l-a:":
of her parents.
Every evening; Gw-niol-n could 1,
seen dashing alon th+- h!lls:de roai-
jumping fence-s and cr,)sin- re.-,l.
cariEz f)or nothin-" !>*:* h,-: "tB >n!ii.
TbhBre was ont- ersw,.i ,', Vw-a', .:.
Gwendolei, '.'\"r'. IIH'tnitfl A- p.:.;"
pass-d. i* st^-nr"- t I- ." .~ '* -..
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i-,.I*-d from h---:-:hi
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sinz all -- chari,.-r--': *. a, "-
youni: law,-,r in Now v.'Yrk 'y 4 ',
had come to t-.i- (:" .I ':n \. ,.-'
to r-cupl.ra,' .
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dreams for sev-ral monl;i:--. ':,- Y
SO e. No Pn-- I''' Tii-\ > ()- TV 0- h
her par w sL "a- :'%i.n.- 11 :n. -
secluded spot.
We find h:iru on theo foIlow:Lc morr,-
ing awairin Gwendolen in a lizt;-
shady lane whore she often red!.. Af-
t er waiting until all hope of hr -':oin-
ing had vanished, he reTurneld to :he
village, only to hear That she haI le-f"
with her grandmoth,-r oni a Tro n-, I
visit abroad
He returned home. happy In the
louzht that he, had seen the girl he
"oved. although i" was only to lo- e
bwr. He became diisatisfied and wen?
back to New York. lut as he could
not be contented he deiidtd to cross
the ocean in search of h-er
He went from placeT to place,, vainly
searching for hor. not noti.inz the
beautiful sights h, ha, tInmgtl all h.s
iL'e to se'. thinking of her alone To
him. the quaint obi hlls "of T,,.nn.--*.e
were far mor, beawi''f':i than Th, ',-,.
try ov)r th< rf'
(hi. -iZ:' v. hi^'{.' he \ a- o\: '': ;i. \
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Florida. Probably there are others, -Do you think e ever went away
ForOist' DltI niihed Reprmentative and there is no good reason why ev- Of course a good name comes first Do yo thn e eve et awa
I ElSIlMd by Captain J. B. ery society should not have at least a on the list of desirables, and we will hm a et er rnoch tha
Johnson small collection of books, especiallysay at the start that eve parentehad at better rates in "Enoch" than
Capt J. B. Johnson, editor of the, those pertaining to progressive meth-: elsewhere, or to Cincinnati for cheap
to~uty Democrat, who recently ods in C. E. work and mission study. owes as a bounden duty to their off- buggies when the home manufacture
FOMCounty eortworcnlyi buggies when the 'homne manufaetiir
t for J. N. C. Stockton for gov- The Tampa Heights Society is well spring an honest, upright characters c.. wt
i equipped in such helps, having pur- as the basic stone, for it is a lament- e ean wi
mor and W. J. Bryan for the senate, chased books for each of its commit-!able pity for children when they mu.t more stylish and substantial rigs'.
ft very Impressive editorials, was one teesoandoufsuers.sTheeN rehnGaines-
Sry Impresive iir was one es and officers. The North Gaines- row up without respect for father or Do ou suppose he went mping
f Seatorwaround about taxes b 'ing too Ligh in
or Taliaferro's warmest sup- ville Juniors are likewise up with thbe mother and with real reason to b ,. kn in an
Porters in the campaign three years times along methods for their line of' ashamed of either of them. Ench an u ont. hero knwing any-
C. Captain Johnson. in the issue of work. All societies that have not plen-i An hon-st name any man can leav- thing aoW b ift<.s No. sIr. He -,.-
_ .. *I d -nrlv wasn't b~r ^l t haiitt wcav. 11 itax,",
has paper last Saturday. pays the fol- ty of supplies should send to Tremont to hig offspring if he has any rpzard e'-l ,- ai. sn tt ui t at t haa. If taxr,
1wing deserved tribute to Senator Temple for a catalogue, and start the for himself or them. The Toible thli tpi . ,,ti' T
Uaferro: inew year well ready for better society ;Is a zood nam'- ha,-, ex,.,.--(lngly va.ue ins"as h vaue f ,'" s, t,.
The people of Florida are peculiarly work than was (lone in 15,)7. above riches. H're V4 i hosl a te.! 'n, o4 a ul ,h.r. t
lartunate in possessing a senator who Are you planning to attend the Next to a 'oo d rnm4 *a-1)it h<,t s nl 'k 44Ihild \. ', *h
d tt ,igs 1 sw h,. If .v'. ; .,? *~ ( h athe t 0 1" f *1
s things, who seeks re-sults rather State Convention at Jacksonville; should bhe mazl o wrk. do rzilar '. It '
t l applause. Senator Taliaf-rro; April 1-3? Please I-t us know a.s soon tak.,. as a pr,-paraion f,,r tho 'furur^ b,.. a ,i. .,r t.v,, ,catr.r,
bm served with ever-increasing abil as possible. Int!,-'nrt rich pt*(rphe ar- tr':ly ,.1t or- _r 3 1, ,' ,, ,
Ity, fidelity and efficiency. His pur-, The faithful band of En'iavrer, a zin-. and a child without ha-t. *; ,, a i,,, .. ,.',.. .n .
ity of life and force of character, his in R(v En!mingr s (',ngreaarsonaic ina usti'- t a Tan,, n.na, o "alu '.4 n
I'e legislative experience and broaai church in West Tampa have trIed T,- c Lth. i;'2.i, w P,,> is t . .. '.:-
atesmanship no man dare qiw.tion ., plan of an "absent deparTment'." in "\n i.'e brn:-- : 'T work- 0 t
His words and his deeds have b t--nc which m.s'ag- and ?'gg(?T:ioniI fr'om -,,- p." an.! th r- a nwa-,. r r*Ir au h.
M inseparable part of any task or tb 1 friends who carnno a'tent.d ar- ro.ail writrr--n a- a prv .rb. I.. i .,, ,i, I, -.,l.
discharge of any durv. Though it i- in :h,, n tf-tinzs. W >. aar --ir, tLat; Of ,rs. chid,-,n at.- nc-t i orn r ,
but a friendly office in on- of the d1- A r-i .iri f sp.r :al h.pfl,. .-. o 'r -i i r.,t anyi ,-. f lim .... i .
partments of the govt-r mellt for n~ t irinr its m l.l- :n to both "h* 'n r'., t -.i.-t -h,, n'.lst 1, ,!- .>in* f,
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takes it with cheerful! a1acrc:. r-
committee he is very dilig-n'. I'ra,
cal and earnest in all its labIrs. I),-
cided in his convictions h,. has -
courage which thvy i-,;,rs, in n.a;::-
taining his opinions. A.- in ,,,.n'
of th estimate put upi, n I.' a;.:.'
by those anans; ".ho;.. I.. -. :
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ate.
Always Ready
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from hi s .bj ( ''" : *-.
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ations of hi- ':'::, : .-
frank ani, :i..i:,.. .- -
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rhetoric "" *-' :'. -
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not wor'I:s. I' .- :. "
not word'-. I* .e '. o '", "
o n vince o.h ,t- r-. i- ,. ... .. .. . -
ay is argu:'xe't. u> v ,o '" '
adorned with ih.,' *: !*.- of ": "
or figures of speech. T"'. r- :
art or guile or -?-: 1 or .' '. t -
atory. If he has o :.., ..on : .
faith that is in h:im ho Ws n,, 'rs..-
be others with it. A clear, wi.
d well-stored mind. an ard< n: -em-
orament and a profound c-nx<::cn
- the soundness of his position 'z"
bin great power in the 'I'in"r'i
Sand place him in the first rank
4 effcient and reliable s-nators. The
wole biography of Senator Tal:afer-
t is written in a single word, tid-;i-y.
fe noblest word after a!' in the En;-
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It is true of him in corv r':'" f
Us life.
Best Work Attainable
He has wrought %:,h da bi- aa.-
ties. and he has r-'*':l'.-I. .i au.
eulpied thtmni all r th-t -,r-.
aftainable. He has di-char-ge. t, h
ttermost every dux ;'.:: : ::
vate. Our politics and ,our :n-' -
ose in r'igged st, '-, ^h w ,. : : .-
men as Janes P. Tai a'- :': ...
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public service. H:s do'.iv ".
matter in hand. h ti," -
small, is a .trii: f:,c: i. '-': ,
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plain and ar"less He ,-:\ti'> ,
grace a: the ct'pt'li' ol ha' s;" u .'\
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POTATO CROP LARGE
't 100,000 Barrels Will be t
..,vested This Season
Halting, Fla., Jan. 28.-A car of
aH potatoes left Hastings Monday I
lor S. Woodward & Co. of Philadel-
phaphaft. The car was stopped by R.
C. Harris, who has been buying a '
riet many here and has ben paying
63 2 per barrel at the station.
The potato crop around Hastings
this season is estimated a: it,,,,1,,#,
barrels against '7,(1 last yar. Th,-
Weather conditions have tm(n a Inl reat k = -- -
tk more favoradilt this .,ason ThaL.
Iat. The supply of sv'od stock was
secured principally from Main-, wh,.r., o---
fully 0o per cent. waz purchast-d.;
29ew York follow4-d n,.xt wiTh atni! :',,,
Pe cent., which cam,- rma:.ily from,,
the Avoca district. Michigan ptpplifd p-
about S per cent., while (Ohifo mai!e uB, pB
the balance with 2 pr So far there has b,'n r, ,,., h r ,- B
11.4C7 sacks of potato-s. whi- ao'w MOO-
oix cars are yvet to arrive. This will, I "
Mean that about :;')woo, a' r#s will b@ d-*.1-
voted to potatoes this Ag.ar. T.eB
amount of fertilizer used alS- runs 11[ 400-A LA FL
to a big figure a: 2*.7 mns wr,, r,- -
ceived bere This year. Tli- :.- a fall- 1 i t] J
Iug off from la-t y,-ar, vheri :-74'', z :',--
were us(d. '9-
The first car 0o; TL ,* n. ;ik -
estimated wil! hb re.;il:y -. xv .. *:*-
part of Apr:. So far T,.r. #;:,t, :., : -
about '16cars of ji 4T p~ lj*- io-id'o --f
from here this --a!I TI.o-
Cea 1 r'.___ i OUR NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY
HICKORY
S...Jan... AND THEY ARE F
To the E!;L' r (_.1 a'" a '^" "
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replace vNk h All T
age inlT.~:'~. .:* .
of fto 4(r*l:-*, i *:p.


Pralized n'..11 '*

by tL. a'aijiOB- ..
ble -,iml.'
the L, l~r,! X,, T*
tel r1 o~r I 4'i. at c*:>!1
concoernt-l It i s !t~;) >
with whiTe ,oai 4ur\- .' ''
it is usted to(aN for a !i!r'
poses which rtO1Iirte 2s1 1T 7
and great si~r, mngih.andn.*Ell) ~
occu rr ing i ncn ; ,14 fl-, ~'i 1 `t 1 22 7
gTr d*eg'r' than di~ -)3L'*I !*' ~


nation byt)Vthe "a CtthTab.1iT t i 1-
curs only in tho ea-!ern ,,art *-
United StalleS. Rnei ar ;,ian'i-> -
hickory bandlo's. T!~..xh '-
otber parts (f4 ilt n! ;n:
plerrents art-, t.xport.d* avi'* i


all parts of the world.
The reqiuirl(emlets o( l "T.l'I.' ar"
very exacting. H1 i1,1!- % i ,,'- ri '-..I
servictabllf milu4 e ht ;<\ r'I. ;T ,N' ,
straight irain,,l. To f':- ..
t al quAlifcaTion c. ("I!>T(T!. :i" T":' !;.'!,,1
have auded ;'I ni11c*.;4! :l' l'
the -hai 'e of i:-adiiin r';!- '.v : !-
criviinat,. atain-+ :..1 :b, ,r IT'% t
also ai: inst irotn t '- . -1.. i
pecks. antd i ar- ....- :. ," \: ,;-t i
which may iOT r, ":,Y. *,
strength at all.
Practical users of This :in! : !;a,
realized for years t.ait a rt,\ision i!f
the grading rules was n(T oly 'I v a'
able but necessary. aiil 1L now. T,. Na-
tional Hickory Association o 'if ('hica,
has requested the Unitied Sta'es ,-
est service to co-operaie wih it in Th t
revision of the grading rules for ,'-
hie and agricultural imiivm.,not
stock This association is compouse,!
larg.'ly of hickoryv and oak users, and
its menibers represent the wag on.
carriage, spoke, handle, hardwood dli-
mension and agriculTura! imp I<:n,-n.
manufacturers, together with the ac-1


our warehouse on North Osceola


have better shipping facilities


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Checker Pop#Corn in


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Cases.


Armour's "Veribest" Canned Meats.

Full Line of the Famous Royal Scarlet Goods,


Smoking and Chewing


Tobaccos, and


Cigars.


Flavoring Extracts in Several Grades,

Big Line of Salmon of the Beast Packs,


Hay, Grain and Feed Stuffs.


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handle the wholesale trade in better shape than


before, and


where in Florida, assuring them that


prices to compare with


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anywhere.


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