The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00487
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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 )
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: UF00048734:00487
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===6 BOTTLES-.








Local and Personal

Mr. H. C. JonesSI sp1t.4 Sn.,.v a'
Lak*e Weir.

Promises oiher people. .nmko om are
seldom worth remt-n1mbtring.
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.Japanese prongs I' IT i-. no 1use
n ending the Jii. the pot hbf brolt ii.

Mrs. John Smith of Oxt'.ri ii- v-isit-
ing Ocala relatives.

Mr. Harry Palmer canio tp friom In-
vpr-nss Tuesday to vot..

Miss Eugenia Fuller i.: at home' for
the summer vacation from Aunes
Scott C(-ie at Da.c iiur. (q.

Messrs. Sam Rawis. Ernest MoLin
and John Pelot were home from .lack-
sonville Tuesday to vote.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blaine and
children came home Tutsday from a
week's visit to relaiiies in Tampa.

Mr. Jesse M. Neely of Oklawaha
was transacting business in Ocal.- on

Miss Lucile Moor- has gone to Mic-
anolpy to visit her aunt. Mrs. S D.

.mliss Shelly Souter has :m,: to
Gainesville to attonml th. !1,,riLa!
M ." A lic,, <'till,, \ha\- !,: ; ,'!. 1,, <;!i,,
fnro i a isiT i rT' ' i :' : .
vflle andi \Vay<-.ro.s.
M .. and M r.. i). ,V"V !' i.-- '.
,ia'ue!:ht.r lha\, 2.'<1' 4 1 't .ll. a. t;'i; -
to spenld{ ;i ^.'.!,( v 'lii v ilh ,oi~t'i '"-

M1rs.. .nnit- lar': n and

Tiie,...iay I.t''lt rain--

Ali, <.

Mr. Ky! Wartnmann ci" ('i!'ra \vi-
n':mlored at on TV thi Til.-,t:y vis;,-
ors to Ocala.

Mr. Marcus Frank has gone to ..-
vannah. Ga.. where he expects to re'-
main for several days with friends.

Mrs. Teneyck and children have
gone to Daytona Beach for the sum-
mer. Mr. Teneych has a position with
Mr. F. G. B. Weihe.

Mr. Lee of Jacksonville is tne new
manager of the telephone company, in


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contilanscevtais rr.dicinam;
askas. as we.1as. o vai~rr&t.1,0
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DENTS- We are being constantly madl-
Iivls. J. n. Galloway ;aware that all who live nmi.i die. M.r--.
The I) D*Th ngel has invad.-l the N ;,-mnan ,n-nii Riws tnxv ,r'
li.)n.ts ,>. r .t *~ ,,call famin ii s \viihi~i .:i tli'i l ;I,y "[ :i. l l, !lil

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ti 1 1;..: (m M' e n 'of \Mr. all,

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- ,N-8of Alr. land Mrs. rT. E. I': 1't-
PrkdCE. OE WE.U.P 1:1111 we... a --l T e A
Mr. L Mat i ofSpa', te ter:i4, e4 -tqe rion ake( 'ry. :1. -~*h.L1wvh ('Odlit"
of ~ h fihr er.ies \ .Ddeh

year'-I Vi It TICS.l ie t l.dI. Doher o"'

ther. W.o L.Mr, t~i. J i. W i.in f> ar wItor Iri 4 r p a nt le'4 lit, f i noall Ii'. icl laies.'Mr ill wohieiI
Iin *ii a -Pt~ter tmshe .-xva'! beenonin1betv41) Tr. d eoi a~'se4!dtfoi- nwarefulla'.
aii a;t ~i, fitU' hIIo.ral. solie e
an~l 1!i~ lrbznct' 'ala!~on~ Siii- )bir.iv tii'rof rer n ae da m o snt se :l.-
v vt ;it 11 F.ld
of'!(--+- \a.fri-4 M-t visiti. (;.~ I i' m Iv vcit~a~..sel ;11 0-fourand the'deah (i f thcbutf-who her timanyt,,n
c 'ir~t~'8~~ Rhe i; Fynn it his1:.'hope of Ivirte.e hlaietoof ht.lfe to
of e hir n M o d CMn. vome. a, a o h r h r l v lt s I
the sfre~i n aend oer;11t:1 (ili J v `,Il on.j t !'s t y h+,1-1sta
a n.J ~c )yan~l 1 ack allowy. th M hs. rawietyas. mntleyfiHIT.aqAo~
labotf. '111 ing-h''xeln mornrinllOwala.

M r. aLd I'sar. CifrdI Andersopathosland "il etindiernsalvnotre II

Iatnth1.Y.1.U - ve i o J. Oulverhose WhO hadhe lifoast1reofTher fien111i-'

and Chldiiren came il, toii older (:1i
1 T11 n' ':' ha4t'M r. 13. .1. 4hjlverhmiso-
Tuesday with Mr. Edward Holder in Th-.- t Mr. B.. Culverhous
his autonmolbile, Mr. And-rson coiing- haO d Pi,,1 up to v'ote. tOIiornitg \,1 Is not unexpected, but was
It(!, non.,' less regretted and lamentedl.
Miss Miriam Pasteur is -splnding j IFr xvd.'ly-one lays h,- had been very
this week with her sister. Mrs.. Cullon. sik wih tyiphoild lever. and on Satur-
at Woodmar. and will also spend a few lay ant! al! dily Slnday he was very
days at Stanton with her parents. Mr. loI'. bit1 nor Tntil Monday morning
and Mrs. .Iohn Pasteur. dlidl his praT'ives, and, friends give up)
hol;pe. I i- was a bright and buoyant
Mr. F. M. Harp. the well' kuiown ('it- yo-ni I.ai. and lnade a valiant fight
ra naval stores operator', was in tle'; tor lifto. !' wa.as only thirty-1hree
city Mondlay and reporledi quite' a de- years of a '. annd was born in Elmore.
striucTive wind stormll at his p lace t he .Alaha:ti'. Six years ago he was mar-
(lay lie-fore. riet in Sat\:tnniaii, (;a.. to Mis Mattie
C, ,lv ,1rlim .s, o Thi .; city. moving back
R,,v. and Ii's. ('. '. ('arro'! a f'l fr1'li ihte, fi o his Alalbama home.
lit l *t ,U;; ,lt.r. :.i;,. yv I.!a. l; :i\,*. A 11 a v,'2'; lt -at r he mi oved to Ocala,
oine to It.onisiali;a 1a s .1-d si 1 I'1l' ]ris '.r sincIl('e rosilo(d her.. At
*:.';:, X w\ith M :'" (':'i!'l' ]o ], ns;.. T" 'x-,v te' tim 'ct: his ,lo'# th ](Ie ,;is the )'()-
vii! als \ visi .I' ('.!'a ,!' 's r',.: \< *s l'i ')ol 4 "1 Seah i ardi Air Line I's-
T:; I \: s 1>'! 4n' r. T '!,ii L 1.o111,. r;.! P Ph t' ni 'ti in a very
i('C',n l: ". '* ': :t 'I" ; aild 1 w,-|ad o' iij ii
",I r -. { t l l ,; : <-: i ii ;tn (! ,' il i ii r nl \ !'i ,, s !, i'.. ,r id i i i :Z i i a lm u c r r o ;il ;
.4'. i... T ,11' (1T N Od to l it'f w lto:i. a V1 i' \'.'+ v : w V>i hoe ';!i,e i (. co tact. an1.d
'' ''* 5ii< T.: i fa -' 1! \ < !'.t1ks .. V : ,. ;,:' I >n w1';i \iVh< X' W in itl '

X; T 10 ft"T ,C S1 so1.11 c

ct "'I", If$ h" worlttCi )IAw >1 i '11 \Xi V iT S 'I,
. A -! .: T ^ e' t .,:'l i r" s p ;, ', ii i s.< ( ail; a nt ,] I )r i : i, > n f ] i t 0 .i n dl \\ 'h 'ln ] !, hl ia s o I l i i (dh
' ".. ..x-. S 1,. I \vi < !~;. ^. ,,\*'... ( r',,u i In t l'' ,' ,l; .! "', O \\ ll W '!-i ,':r is 111n i \- ,* i -.

r<-. S. TA. IP01.-s. w-o has l,.I..n very ,
I ,l,'- I ,e is lt *' s.* w' as i'0i,.l s 11 :1 1i f .vI. t \V .' q lit,
ino sit uI to' il I I Ir-I i Til. T1I'sav 1 I i o t.
S ,a i Iv f Vf o ,1,... o s ou)lit.
i ll a, 1,r IL(' ),-.id' al v ,r v ,,,biwa ll,
She has -, a riy t\inl il!n.>ss. bitt Mirs. (' l0. ril,, ifhas l,,i' ill for
her fri aY'Om)ll1 now in a liltltI whlo. W fk wt e e. bol h n b
ao< ow il a itie wile ursin' hl-ri- husband, and his death
hiasso m liln~'ervedher thlat sih(,wits,
Mr. Scarborough. a verv worthy an.! 1 ( he she w
industiriouils vyoIIig man. died at his 11oVlt'd Monday afternloonll to to he homel
home in the fourth ward Tuesday Iof liher grandtlioher. Mrs. (I..A. Carmi-
.... .. . ..... .... .. I .. -- ..A..- ch at'l.

moin iii. t rie it iv t ait \ iie i a se\er-
al small children to mour'n his death.
The deceased had been ill for several
weeks with typhoid fever. He wfis


Wednesday evening, in the cozy

ship. Her life will l)e as a milestone
pointing to the path which leads to
eternal righteousness.
The pall bearers were Judge RIc8.
ard' McConathy. Mr. (C. L.. Bittinger.
Mr. Thomas Sexton, Dr. .1. C. Booze-',
Dr. William Anderson and IMr. Frank
The body was ta.,'-n on the early
nlorning train to Fernandlina for in-


'The funeral It4Mr-s. 11. N. Rawls.'
wl'hu dicd in O)cala Fr'ida.Iav, ohjplace
lin .iianl Slat urda~y. indlwa

of h. f ui*v -()hi1L oX'.r

so vii 11 4:it a.I%.IP.Iv: Iu

I Pt' iiia d i('11 jht 'It'I '1: 2it v

TheF'w filin'al wx'as ;tl'-nld Iy h,' '
son.i Mr. S. .\. awvls ( of i li city, hoer
da il'hiter, Mrs. .1. R wvtt 4f, o Ocala.
hllr rothelr, (;. (;. N. McDoll(, of the'
(Georl'ia Methodist Confr,.nce. and
(apt. A. 0. McDolnel l of Fernanilina.
anti by her children andI other rela-
liv-es. as well as by a larie number of
friends of the family.-Timnes-t union.
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The Munroe & Chon)bliss BoI)ol


Stands for the building up of this section in general, and it's
patrons in particular: for real service not overloaded with self-
ishness: for help in times of legitimate need.
-mali depositors and small borrowers welcomed.

The Munroe & Chambliss Bank

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()7';:;,! ,x.. k !, .- li< p \ !l i'i .1" .' ,:, t ittie r I tii,' rinklln
Th ei .-' u-. !)p111 i all ,>rt',"r d1irec 'tionlis ,*n0 l;tl tilt a"v' d,, Monday. 11, i piii1
h'-! yilo -.\ 's ;.p| 1 l : i a h t I ll t i l t' a m o u n~l l t t ll l" Ii' ,' 'l .i f r 'i IId s v n t a r ,o u dh Ito
4* 1 T i ij t T .4 I ,t. ti Iin' I 'r ; ii ll .I lifi- 1tt I' -,r i t aIId A ll pI r -
C('ll'.' 1 l i '." .i.i iice s" .. ilt, 1111111- noiinc*f it a 'ai lT It it s a five
l;.r *l ,otc.< cd>Itl on *lt-i .liy" tlOl.--ho el: ,d iillair ti.tichine A. toon as
ill h1o 1oie.n l I>.n.! stil of h1T l puilli M.rs. tHolJl',r sat it she% was so much
li}iii n-. in tlt- siz/. anid n lnilr if Il';s,''-d with it .hi t*i' i M r t oIidder It
her hot.-Is in 1: -r daily an.I w k.kly was tih l'o s anI lit lie\vsIfattirs"; in her j pi' i(c schools: i l an11 he, iinnedliatl x wirr d for a h,'r chnrcth'h, ani all aching cortiniet- ilicat; (,f it. so () ala will h a.e two
and p)otential lines she stoN)\s ill to ) Ii on'. The ntahinte was seen on
m1oSt eXc4'llenTII advantage, (witr -;t rei-ts MMonday afternioo)n and at-
An(] l now ollies I|ost nast'tlr (oimll ractt.d a great leal of a attention.
and -ives us ( Ocala's standin-g in the,
rec'tiits of o he io.stofliCte fIor tile qilar- BASEBALL EXCITEMENT
ter endlir, (Octotler :;I. 11!1i, as ('Econ- -
p)ared w0itii (ilhtr interior towns. A.\sh-r Frank is gt-fTing In l)i-,v in the
The rec<('ipis ae 'ta1s f1('ollows: hase hall tielId. If pIropo)se, to or-
Ocala. . . . . . . . .$19.418.86 aaniz# ( ttani that will play any otlb-
S 'rain v- ill .. .... ... .. 7 .7 7 .n1 I *r t'-ani in () ala to)r 7, a sid Not
:Tall'.t sse'... ................ \,e;4l.s 1 a fliaan on the, new t-am will te taken
Li\v Oak. ................. .........l, .' ;' fromn rhe. t ,an that play,,dt last Tbur-
dlay. R'mnineiher the new team will
ADMITTED TO THE BAR play t-au lin'-tlp of last Thursday for
$-'.,-. N',w let thi. ba.se'hall fans get
Mr,. Enianiu I tH. Martin. son (of Rev. busy and we will see some flne .port
Ilarnon C'. Martin. a bright yoting
iman who has been reading law for TWINS WERE BORN
soiuoe ime in the office of Mr. E. W.
Davis, has lten admitted to the bar. Born. to Mr aind i Mrs. R Iflul|m
having stood a most creditable exam- Burr. a son and daughter at I o'clock
nation l)fort- the suprl'enme court of Sunday morning, at Tallahas.e*. T'b
the state of Florida. These examina- mother and daughter are loing nicely,
tions are now all written. There are hut the boy died. The tbody was ex-
a large numllber of questions in all the pressed to Miami for Interment In the
different bIranches of the law. and to family lot.
be admitted d now the applicant must
be a scholar. JUNIOR LEAGUE TO GIVE R01-
Mr. Martin has fornimed a co-partner- CITAL
ship with Mr. Davis. and this paper -T
predicts fo)r the new firm a splendid, The la ir e hav i-
^ IIC(' suio,! invitations to a literary and mu-

sical re-cital, which They will Kive on
Monday teven ing, June the t wenty.
secondl. at eight (&Cl~wk dat ths- Monto-

Miss A lie.' Ihi tier cit aint-svillie in
III,- cha rw~i II..Zgii#-st ef her fri-indt. Mise
(iari Mor.,in this vity. ftor a few

A Word To Kodakers

A- '!I'- *tL'- Tit-: f'r -!- ;m f e
( 1 l ~ ) 1 4.I~ I.\1.111,AgriA'l IIFfI l'XN .

I "$,'III (till' *44VIII-10ts.44'e -toe!-. of freath
f~ims aiitu lipt o ift,. styleI .i.Iaks and
, -I s i or-, 1H.,- ;11 P 'a iit.~'' i ers rces. W e
a tll t Pit F \ Y f ii ui .I Ii #)n'e.fl5 aB.

4 ~ ~ ~ o E'iIl't'tut~i.itFAS'TMAN
. I),N S111PiLlijS naiajled on requP~t.
Exptert te 'O~Jgand printing for

Dixie PIboto Supply Comosujy
2x East Day St., Jacksonville. Pia.

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'Fhi \Voodmen ,f the w\"orld. wh-ich
is on-: of, mosilt s l polp lar and rapidly
Lrt ,\iXi) (,rIi, 's ili this 'city. in ac-
c( i"'alw., XWith .I ) cus-(tomi of their fra-
t,,rniiyv, l1),.!, w o'morial s-rvic+,s S in-
day att'nol l }i1 I I I ir I..d^' room. ;
%n1 '",s ,all.
A\lI(f'1 ttr |' ; it r'" .i;i! 1 o f Tjis tti'l. I'
V''4' ('4 llt 4iift 1 ; t 1' 4 14i1.!'r. '* \c( W oo '"-
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\\V '< i, f.'ip r '!1 i. 0 >'1< \\~ ]') ,*'clf r'"d : il
T''.,l ; 't1 t !F'I I rI':'o, :Il<'r'Y s'a l iv
('ry. :-al |Ki\,r. .luli, 1;.
Ocola P ,iinor. ,vala, Flia.:
('orl'rect 't i'.lo r -t aboli Dr. Benir.tt's
,I.a1th. H,' is alivt' and well.
This news will be received by the
doctors Ocala friends with, a great
deal of pleasure, and they hope that
he will live\ many years longer.



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The old adage of "A Confession is Good for the Soul," holds good with The Globe.

The Globe confesses to its customers, and

to the public, that in buying the entire stock of Gentlemen's Haberdashery of Mr. Seligman we found ourselves o

overstocked with goods.

As we have crossed the Rubicon, our only chance of succeeding to unload our stock is by making


Auk wikM&mu MMM UNS l mllb AM. Mks U

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And to the Shrine of the Mighty Dollar we must bow, and to it sacrifice our large and elegant stock, complete in all its departments. In order to make ass
this sale a sale to be spoken of and remembered by our customers and patrons, we have entered into this sale with our minds fully made up to Sacrifice Value
To this sale we have put our vast experience and our great tact and talent for the benefit of our customers and the public at large, in order to get hold of

urance douY :e,
s unheard of before in
the Mighty Dollar.

For it will make you Healthy, Wealthy and Wise.
I V A A H iL find out that your wardrobe can be filled with the
INVE OUR D LLARE S L affordd, and your pocket books will not suffer.

Visit our Store and you will
best the markets and factories
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Ladies' Corsets for summer.. ..10clIer equalled in the history of sales.
..- M -- I............ The entire stock of Mr. Seligman andI
Ladies' Parasols, from 39c. up o'irs is doomed, and we have slaugh-
Ladies' Silk Parasols in all shades tered the values without mercy. We
can only mention a few items, as
and colors, from $1.49 up. worth space forbids to give full dte:ails.
more than double our pric-. Men's Balbriggan Untlers.i.rts andI

Ladies' Sh-)rt Kimona-. 46,c. val-
ues. at...... ....... ....... .. 19c

Bed Spreads, ful siz,. $1.5't1 val-
utie. at...................... 98c

linen White Merceriz-d Dainast:.
$1 value, at......... ........ 46c

11-4 Pepperell Bleached Shoetin2.
:5c. value, at ... .. ... .. ..... ..25c
No ore *i' an 1) yards to a cu- omoir

Ladies S .irts in Black. B:.u an'i
Browi Voile. $4 value, at ....$2.50

S'.irts of '7.5" value, at ....... 4.98

Skirts of $9.51i value, aT ....... $6.98


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The Merry Widow, which we to,)ok
pride in selling so many at $'.25.
$2.51, and $3.51 all go a-......$1.90

The 1c. kind at........ .......8c
The 15ce. kind at........ .....10c
The 25,c. kind at........... .... 19c
The 511c. kind at... .... ....... 39c

The Silk Hose in Black an,!
Brown, open-work and plain, the
$1.25 kind at.. .. .......... c

DrawerPis. 25c. values, at only.."19c.
The 5:,'c. value at .. .... .. .. ..29c
Th- 7,c. value at... ... ........ 39c

Shoe;s-. Shee-ts for
ready tfo:' use, at


Dou,)tie Be- ds.
only. .......39c

:,1;-12 Pilo ('asOs-. the 1s.c. va!-
uie, at .............. . ...... 9c ;

Ladlies' B'1-; in \Washabl)e White
Pique and in Leather, at only..8c

Fancy Belts for Ladies, in all col
ors. in Silks, in Gold and in Silv.,r.
in Rubber and Plain, in Fancy Leanh-
ers. values of 5"c. up) to $1.5i. all to'
-o at...... ........... 35c. 35c. 35c
Conime earl. and let your pick.

Drawers. Drawers. Elastic Seam
J.ean Drawers. 51"c. values, at... .37c
We have a full stock of them.
Scriven's Drawers-everyone knows
the value of Scriven's Drawers-at
75c.. but as the stock of it is broken
in sizes, we make the price on what
we have on hand at............ 50c

Silk and Lisle Underwear. Selig-
man's price was $1 a garment.
Our price only.............. 69c

Suit Cases for Men andl Women.

Shirts, the $1.7>0 kind. to go at ... 98c
Shirts, the $2 kind. to go at.... $1.49
Earl and Wilson's Gutaranteed
Irish Linen Shirs, the $1 kind.
at only..................... $2.25

'i h' [oIwardi fiat. in all colors anl
.'Ele. Every t 11' knows- tho
I t,: i $:: Sal,, price is only $1.75
''.<*;.( oi". wl; patons Io^- a c u
i1r 05 en. f." .;)- w ill n .e! h:iv,.
such. a chanicet( i. l

i.\l of this ,ea ,o '.- stv!,, an
I shap ,, fo'iii"'l :\ .old f'rom 9 'sc.
p1' t .,o ^>. ,. ,tl to ,o, at ti-s saa',
at. ...... ... ... ...... ..... ..59c

Piiur,' Silk N'.i., Siiirts, in plai;.
WIhlite andl! Iloi-. Th:' $1 kini,:
an: '.1 s "i,. 'ry thiirg for this tint
o4 -'I year1. at oni, . $2.49

I'll" Nonllpar+il Shir. in whit -.
with collars ,itta;chd,t tlho $1.2.7,
kind. at onily......... ... .. 79c

Boy.,- Shir at only. .... .... .... 21c



The l,,('c. kinl at.... ...... ...... .5c
The 15c. kind at .............. 8 1-3c
The E. & I.. ('Collar. the best 15c.
Collar on the market, at this
sale only. ... ... .. ......... 10c

I'nmbrellas for men and! ladies, to
Iotlelp the rain off on a sunny dlay
it rn 1 Ot,


O-r e-ntir-,, stock of clothing is O11- lot o; ( C'Liliren's Oxfor.d a',!
slau.,lv ''re~ for y.ir benefit in this |andals. size-, !roken. gooi vaiu-,
1sale .-t'f,".i $75. to $:.-5. I 'ou cmi tint
Mn.- Two-Piece Suiits. in Ligh:; .1e sizeit' ;S v "lriS or only 50c. Th:i
;,t I Dark Stripes and Black:.' is in !1 'n k. Tanannd Whir
[F.)!'t'rer price, aindi good vali-e a'
$5 .1.. this '--il- only. . .... .$4.25 W hit "' . .! -
.. a' this sal on ..... $ .25
1a 11 1
At th I -ale Men's Two-Pie' a lit' Sn-., o Tnd, O ,:.i-.' l.a:'-
Sj .it- in i; it S 1. riples. o t% i c ii-win
-an(" !a'.in,l Bjitnrn--,. n Ta, -. Pa'-nz i...-c ...
Sfanc- and tasry,.. former pii- III)n M iTals. Vi( i Kis Militr F
,. :.t this .ale only.. .......$8.00 Stla.s '01M4n's Suiits in Fancy Light'h aA. t")r-n $1.50 to $2.25.
I st'.,. ;(;rmei price $1 2..'. at .. ..
a!'i, onl . ... ........ ...... .$9.99 it i i,'s F. Sh.o,- :)An .o..l \ -.. -
Mt-n'.> Suils in f'p.nvy and r.hb'. .. n:. 'ff r,,in u.ir t'r2: i -
Dr"'ss Suit,. :orrlt-r price $17..,. l" "'
at th 4is s.de........ ........$11.75 .' -...
Men' txtra size-- in 12. 14 and ('hi,'." r. a: .;s--. i-.
in B',ack levi ots anld nir'.- -- B',, : ..'S .ake. ." p ,r '- n ff "-, ;- .
ed \)ll [r e pri t'e f )' :" 'r"l"t' I' rniw 1W '. r".' -
$1-., i> t-) a t hij.s sae o go atr $10.753 .----
^ ;j and Y.'.'t.. Su,- t" \ '


()u( li 1 1 ,aii's of Pants for :un,,I
nen of fashion ani tor old ;ien v;who
want to lbe thought young, andl for j
th.o lal)oring man, the sporting man.
and for all kinds of men. We have
cut the price of those over lios, pairs
to suit all men and no kind of man
can afford to he without a pair of
pants from this sale. We extend to
you men "an invite" to come to this
sale and see these pants, and we are
confident that you will not o away
without pants.



ain', [>a'l ain! B'i'r ier-. rr. : '.5 : "
('11 thi. o' o i f tl,.: '. :(
h,'nefit or" :;, ," per c llt frr-:n fo ":",-.
:,)w price.

Xe must ask you reader. to, p t )"
us for nlot giving young lat:-r i"
scripzion of our large stock of Sho-'
and, its prices, for it is a task rha"
takes time. and the work is great, and.
our sp)ace is not large enough ti t,) y
you an idea of it. Blut W a,-sur. .,.
our stock is by far the larign'st i. "ii-
ciry. and! our pric''s :ar,' of : -i ,It ''..-
that our co:npitorr (' culnno)t r- t,'-l.



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to make
this City.

Lawns, 5c. values, at..........2 1-2cI
Lawns, 6 1-2c. values, at..........4c
Lawns, lOc. values, at........ 7 1-2c
Lawns, 15c. values, at.... ......10c

Madras, 10c. values, at........7 1-2c
Madras. 15c. values, at........10cc
Madras. 20c. values, at ......12 1-2cI
Madras, 25c. values, at.... ... 15c
Madras. 40c. values, at.. ..... 20c

Dimities. 10c. values, at.... ......7c
Dimities, 15c. valIe., at........9c
Dimitles. 25c. values, at...... ..15c

Apron Ginghams, ;%.h t at.... .5c
Apron Ginghams, v'aliu. 9c.. at ....6c
Dress Ginghams. vSii l15ce. at....10c
Dress Ginghrm:r: val :, 2^*. at 12 1-2c
Mercerized Ginhm. va'ue 35c.
at..................... 17 1-2c

Voiles. 27 ii h*-. ,a'-st shades in
checks and fancy colors. value ,
40c, at......... ... ...... 22 1-2c

STaffeta Silks, a yard wide. fully
f: worth $1.25. at ...... ....87 1-2c
Other Silks in proportion.
S 4-4 Bleachings. 10c values at..6 1-2c
4-4 Bleachings. 12 1-2c. values at..10c

S 4-4 Sea Island Browns, value
7 1-2c., at.. ... .. .. .... . .5c
3-4 Sea Island. 6c. value, at....4 1-4c

Towels, Towels Towels at 4. 8 and2lc

S 36-in. White Madras for Ladies'
Aprons, Waists, and for Men's
Shirts and Boys' Waists. value
15 lc.. at......... ........... .Sc .


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-. u i md Personal

r. :Montholon Atkinson spent Sp:-
urday in Ocala.

Mrs. C. B Carr has _AAK to Texas ,-
stw-nI th- summer with relatives.

M r.. J..ihln (rf" i.: visiting ,,.aTi;-.
r-nd frieLa's in Ta'apa.

l- it chili.:- r :, .-"- !-an. -'s Chill
Tr'nic i" iu;'.:an ,te S to cre. -5c.
:,i;;. !Z C S',,' ;. i,, :,v >\ .rc \ -
i-:ni rIi, ,<-? .] Sc'ri h Floridla.

Mi.-s Clara May !.air.i has '-f.::n.
h('me from a visi t; se\-ral \'--,ks
wrh relati-ves at O\ford.

['r P. B-rgin )' M I ntosh. and.: H-
ir was a Fri1ay visitor in O'ala. if.-
was on his way To the former pl.

Mrs. J. G. Ferguson and son. Rdv.


Birmingham, Ala., Jir-: 11. 19',S.
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
This oldd "vet" i-fT .lacks( .vil.l- o:
Monday eve-ning at 7:, n ahl- \. (
I,. Rai ,-aiy. and arri'v.,i a: I-': i;nnC-
han Tr' ..-'s at n'":- i',! "r- I;id
b,\ h;'- (.a arnd M,:,i,': .. ht- :'
(o. E DI x' i -%. .C' r;;ii ; i* '
vno- n' l:h t-,, '.,']. ^ i ,- ...- s ;;

hei n.
T I,! 0- -

hehir ,d' t:'s. (,!'"TtI*'s "' 1:.. ',. Ir t : i
(ilps .-si s \h,': t ,tr.-,.<. Ti,.i y hays '
Iaxed i ,l;! .,-y ha I 'li eq':, ai ,
'as; d 1 nn1 .(- *T lT ; c -" '

have gone to Georgia to spend the o0-ca-i(n. S-:-ch a (lowdI I n..', '\
,-ummnier with rt-laiives. hefor, Tl-, r,,o-i"ai has( r--
rie, i 'it -. :rs! the-re w I a i ,-
Mrs. L. M. Raysor went up TO An- n.s- en a:.'"unt of the deawh aiu; ; '-
'bony Saturday to sp,-nd seve,-al 'lays s-r(', .:;t ,neral Lee.
with friends. Th,, i-Aal speechl'-s of wel,',.n. !
i,-piy ,\ere all gone itirough \. iii .
Mr. L. S. Ligh" of Reddick was in The '-lection of officers was lille-d ,nI
town Saturday. as was also Mr. C. M. by the election of General I[n:ris in
Camrn of the same place, lace of the late General leo.
Six bands ot music were '-i h; n I
Rev. Harmon C. Martin of Fort Mc- and discoursed fine music ai.l the pa-
Coy was among the well known vit.!- rade today was the grande-t Thiij- I
ort in Ocala Friday. ever saw The next place slhec e,,, i:
:meeting was Memphis.
Mrs. Will Marlowe and baby wen: i w M p .
Mm- Will Mar e ad by WThere are Three reasons :'or s :ci a
up to High Springs Saturday to vi"'c T"where: r thee rao o
rltes crowd here: The central loc.atn. ,,,v
rates and a great many tho',lat ti-1
-t .1. i his night be our las chaste TO : T-
Mrs. R. A. Bright and children havehis gt be our last cha to
. ... tend a re-union
arrived in Ocala from Jacksonville. tend a re-union
A great many strange thn.s ,-n;;v,
to join Mr. Bright at the Montezuma? tn
Hotel. appeared: for instance, the Oa,:n;ele
ate Choirs of America have ri-i ri.,
Mr. ion K. Edw.ards of !'viq,i aid for the first time as a nalio.i,.1 ,'-'l 1 ,--
Mr. Jack, MeCully of Berlin w- re well ization. The Choirs are c(mpol.,O l si
known M.arion counivyites in OcDa on Confederate women and dauitv't r- o;
SAterday. the Confederacy. They hav' !. '
much to build mnionuments 1, ")he
Mrs. J. J. Williams and child;'-eC,menlni'y of the men of the south. I h
fi.. .. fr -,;... ;, ..- ..n, hi, oI.,. t-1 national officers of the Choir at a;l

Iq.i Ul^it I. l !l I l."" M'1 . ^T'l" l itit Otl t. u^ l -^1
day. on their wvay io Ashev'ille. N. C..
tco spend the summer.

Mir. Sam Mathews. .vhii as
so ill for several week:. !s ,-omv ;.b'e
to be up and about, much ,o tl,,. pil,'ar-
urE of his friends.

women. Mrs. J. Griff Edwards of
Newport News. Vz., is the gen-rpal
commander-in-chief: Miss s iy ( i,-h
of Memphis. Tenn., is first li.uf,"ii-
general, and Mrs. Willie Van U-V\,n
ter Crockett of Fayeteville. Arli., is-
second lieutenant general. Th(.e wo-

men are renowned for their oeio.:ty
Mr and Mrs. Herbert oWeeks were and sweetness of their oie.
a well known young couple from Oak The re-union has certainly L.-en ;:
who were in Ocala on Saturday. shop- great success. I met some of miy olli
ping and calling on friends here. comrades from Louisiana. p.irtio
Mr. Charles W. White of Citra an ICapt. W. V. Leak of Copary E. 1,'
-. ,l~ouisiana cavalry. alid certa-lni. :,-
New York, is a prominent guest at -i Louisiana caalry. andwcer h-i
Ocala House. He will be in the citv'jo the chat with hi.
i The city has provided ni-i i i ,
for a week. I
h,4,s for V16 4 sold.er-s.
Major R. D. Harrison has sold h1i- In the parade to.lay I saw :i lIIIia:
mercantile estahlishm, ni at York p girl from Oklahoma,. marvchin 11 'hI<,
Mr. W. E. Vea;. who v iV ,t:large th.' Oklahoma division. T".- paoi.-. w'a-
sTock, tt1's,. h.iurs in passing a i'v,, loiin:.
-- No one has be-n ijijivred, no tls, ,"
Mr. All,,n (;.-on of ,rahan \; :o si' a, no .,rUnk. !!i,'s- n)or ..!'i!;'pw ;
was a weli known (citiz-n in (,c la ;'- vbskey.
,iay. it,.A was on his way ho ,n 'r *,i I ',rah f 'or PIrll i:,ha in!
L.eesburg for a visit. I 'xp',ci to loav, ht'r, tOinori'o\\ 0,-
,'nin- for .lacksonville andi t) bli- at
Miss BRvulah Home. sister of M.'" bsn in tln,- to vole. \V. .. i)i;to
Leslie Homrne of York. arnd Miss San,!d-
]an ot Georgia. who is her guesr. VALKLEY-JARRETT
spent Friday in Ocala. --
A pretty .1 une wedldling Xvas that ot
Mrs. M. L. Durand has gone to N-w Allan E. \Valkley and Miss Mara,.'-i
Orleans. La.. where she will spend th-, Fay Jarrett. daughter of is. (ld -Irs.
summer with relatives at her ol1 William H. .larrett. which i t'look iaoe,


Mr. 3. W. Sylvester and his daugh-
ter. Miss Leafy Sylvester. went down
to St. Petersburg Saturday to visit
the former's mother and sister.
US- ^ e V AA imA km SIWhIV

at the family residence )n South Main
street at o'clock on Wednesday
evening. June 3. Rev. Father Enrii,.
was the officiating clergyman.
The place of ceremony was bank-
ed with. palms and magnolia blossoms.
interspersed with lighted candles on

The regular meeting of the Civic -
loagu- was held Saturday afternoon Miss Margaret Taylor entertained
a: Yono--'* Hall. the Young Ladies' Card Club Saturday
TLe meeting was called to oritr b afternoon t her sister. Miss Mamie
X- .. ki.er tfi ier -ih.nt Taylor. w.ho vas to have entertained

The i:ino-Te- of the last i neT in,
w\v nc?' reas!.
Th-' secretary Iini'., r-ad a le toer
from ilMrs. Ra,.an. pre-sident Floridla
Feud'-'ation (,t W\Voman's C'lulis,. urging
ai c i>' (.1'i) join thl, state t'ei'lra-
* i-j''.. I .. . "-i' i ^ T'?. *"
(Wli i(: \1. P ill 1 '- s r-tai' y was' in
:- .<' -'l to',i l j \\ri, .N "s. ila..an ilnc'io-
ii L' (*'. .... :- l"s fo r I f :; '':- ,'

tf-chib, hat v-:-(,(1 'cide(edii fxeIc~t -
.5.--~ o to, Na shville. Tenn., the
tin-r of thein- f t h i
rnu'imiar club 1<' -This *esiion andlsIit
Nvtaiz a x-'rN- levi lv aifILcrton for' the
of this s''lih ,iro alway s 1 soiiroe of a
~ra~ulsal f rtai-IliroandI brings its
Iit-~Tflh'' Vs O'Zlt her in a ve~ry haPPY

il :a;i ,. T"ivs-' clu' b will ..id ;''" and con.genial way. ;.n-i it is always
ri', s .ent ;~,'\,s 1 K hi' 'nlif ,iig e*ln- r'2.-'e Ted( wh en the club discontinlUes
v. Iloil 's) he i,.1, ar iiv. Oak. N()o- its mn eeinls. uil on account of ibhe
\. !ii).'i" 1 Ii, 2". wv, rni weather an!l the absence of 0
Mr-. -.,N'.l tW s a ,p ini d );o til Mrts. maiy of i n ien ,erts from the cit'" i'
.\1i4ST 1'. ',eia a. \ic, pr.sidnt o(f he sumnimer it is not thought advisa-
the first \ward'. \le To meet liuring that season, h.-
It was ',..-' ..' i i.it. a prize it' i, huh already having lasted severni
offert,(d in -i:c.h ward. io be oi-"'n to weeks longer this suninmer than usual.
t h person slowingg Ihe, host kep1 T:he club will in all probability be re-
place. or showing the g.'eatest in- organized early in the fall.
jiroven- &,tnimadle bt-ween now and( The card club members present at
October s~t. This was referred to Miss Taylor's Saturday were Mrs. H-i-
ii.' advisory board to iw, r, ipoitrI on vt-nston. Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. P,)w-
at next meeting.. Irs, Mrs. Roess, Mrs. Lloyd, Mis'es
Two n.ew members we e added to iLouise Harris, Meta Jewett, Ethel
th, advisory board, Mr. Frank HarrisI Robinson. Margaret Eagleton, Valeta
and Mr. E. H. Mote. Both of these Potter, and her other guests were
te :lenmen were present and made val- Mrs. Scott, Misses Freddie Foy, S'e
ua111f suiiggstions. Anderson and Alice Bullock.
A motion was made to appoint a Punch was passed when the young
committee of three from each ward to ladies first arrived, and after the
investigate the cleaning of premises, gamnies strawberry and nut cream and
cutting and removing of weeds. etc., cake were served.
and promoting a rivalry in this diree- The prizes were two beautifully
tion. Motion carried, leather bound poems by Browning,
A motion was made and carried and were cal)ptured by Mrs. Roess and
that the advisory board appoint a Miss Harris.
.olmnwitTep of three to meet with I
them to devise some l)lan by which PIANO RECITAL AT MRS. HOOD'S
the tre-s on lover's Lane could be i ____
Inift.c-ted. also to prevent dumping of Miss Byrd WVartmann's music class
tra-h on waysides, to be reported at gave their annual recital Saturday af-
n'xt met;ng. ternoon at the residence of Mrs. Wal-
A (onimittee was appointed to go ter Hood, where Miss Wartmann
before, tihe county ('ommnissioners AndI makes h.er home. Quite a number of
ask tlhie.:r co-operation. Miss Wartmann's pupils are already
:*i*r. C('iw-ry and1 Mrs. Moorhead out of the city, so could not partici-
;were ;!..1ill:ted to see that the jani- I pate in the program. There were
lor of Tii. cotrt house thoroughly about fourteenn pupils playing Satur-
washes ;hie drinking fountains once 'day. and the musical was a mo.t
a week. enjoyable one. each of the young pu-
SMr. Mote suggested that each mem- pils acquitting themselves most
lwr l,;A, aln effort to secure a new charmingly.

mrwbetr by next meeting, the object
being not only to increase the mem-
bership bu to arouse interest andl en-
*l-,...; ... .

Miss Wartmann had as her guests
besides her pupils, their mothers, and
the afternoon was very pleasant.



ANY remedy that benefits digestion
strengthens the nerves.
The nerve centers require nutrition.
If the digestion is impaired, the nerve
centers become anemic, and indigestion
is the result.

* Peruna Is not a nervine nor a
* stimulant. It benefits the nerves by.
Benefiting digestion.
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Peruna frees the stomach of catarrhal
congestion and normal digestion is the
In other wilds, Peruna goes to the
bottom of the whole difficulty, when
the disagreeable symptoms disappear.
Mrs. J.('.Jamison,61 Marchant street,
Watsonville, Cal., writes:
"I was troubled with my stomach for
six years. I tried many kinds of medi-
cine, also was treated by three doctors.
"They said that I had nervous dys-
pepsia. I was put on a liquid diet for
three months.

' "11 improved under the treatment W
as soon as I stopped taking ti meI -
cine, I got bad again.
"I took the medicine for two yeaw,
then I got sick again and gave up aUll
hopes of getting cured.
"I saw a testimlal of a man wbhe
case was similar to mine being cured by
Peruna, so I thought I pould giv o it
"I procured a bottle at oameam eow-
menced taking It. I have taken "oena
bottles and am obtirely eured.
O- M e,:-08699 0i@: s- aSi
:* *' ******.^9 9,.^
1 feel lke a dmfferet peram. I bo
*ieve Penrw Is aM Atkt AsdOWWW"
*for ."
Nervines, such as coal t prepw
ions, are doing a great dea o eharm.
Sleep medicine s and beadah pe a--
are all alike,-beart _Lep&e"-- --
should not be used. The -ervem wiM
be all right, if the digekm were gso.
Perna corrects the digtioa.

': llll'i After tile recital 'Miss Wartmann
The treasurer reported that she had served delicious ice cream and cako,. Widay afternoon th- following )pa- Miss Rabie iarters entertained
collected fifty-six dollars and there ty drove out to Silver ST)rings an 1 wth a xekl-nd house party last
were yet othbr dues to be collected. MR. ROESS TO BUILD spent ;!>. afternoon and I evening viz- wk at her hine. "The Sycamore,"
This concluded the business of the Dr. a Mrs. E. an Hood Miss Be;- at Oakland, Miss. The party was ar-
meeting and, it adjourned. Mr. Martin J. R:)ess expects to very P argaret Ansle M- an in honor of her friMn.. Mim
MRS (;. T. MAT'GHS, Sec. shortly hein buildling a verv att.'ac- h e ,r' r P R Ani 'i.cn f Ocala, Fla.. and in-
tive hoe o)n his oklawaha avenuee' BethealaghrMrs. E. P. Rentz and l iss ixson, Miss Mare
MRS. MOORHEAD ENTERTAINS lot. The pl:-ins are already in tl' chillen and hr niece and neph .i ,)re of ()aklaud. Miss. and Messr.
THE DAUGHTERS hanils of the architect and Mr. anThey vnt own as tar as the Ok'.o .la. ;Buchanan and Will
Iwaha rivor on board the .Merry \V!N1-,
Mrs. R(,',;. hope TO i, in their n-, a T rry ot M,-mihis.-Comm,-re.ial Ap-
!ow. al,! had sipi ,.r a h,k.-lrn
Tho. r.,!*,ar monthly meeting of t i" iomi', 1, ('hristna.. owa aCd ha.l sPr a, T rl ; i. Tnn.
,i~~~ri vin ,.- h ( il: v b y 1 n\" l i)) )l l g hl e, ll o- ,
,i(. s): (ha t r. I' '. ., w as 1,. 1 I T!,Uf ',, is a i <,rv- ',t v on I.,,- "~I' y noo",h a 1* ...n.
Frdla .fT..t noonm Mr-. J. R. Moi- i,. l.,.l,,( ( th-, nusw sie etc of lo T J 'i 1 .1i1-ord .lewet nrant
..int, r I t I-" r,ay tf i"' 4", 'or
l!,.', l,,- ,itHeir hostess. I R. S t! a d h n ir home nd i t-r t S urd; t > 'or
';-ar w, i ,#r. %,hrp ho fh f-y x ppet to
M rs. (; -ry presided an dl thlie regular cot l .,-'d ii w ill ,, a v- -,v char ,,i, i. L. R Ch Ize has j ,st r c iv ,l .r: w n a a )t't for th e ,nit of the
orl,,r oi husin.-zs was transacted. :adlilion to that IatiTful reside-ntial a v-rv neat :" 1-2 horse power motor a i' th ft of tlc
Among. ot-her things, three n,'v section of Oc-ala. boat at Lake W\Vtir. Mr. ('hazal owns il ..ylr's h.a. They were accompanied
a ica tMions for nnhe r-,sli e wer.r. .ar -
pii a for 1 i r ummer .cottage on the lake and his y o otn, l k Thern
#-*t Ansley. of Dothan, AIa. Their
ceived. viz:" ..,> of MIs. .J. .v. Aikrt. PROTECT YOUR HOME family will spend the greater portion f,i nds all hp that the stir air will
Mtn. (;,ii, lii.y anl .MI..S .Mai:- of the summnier there and expect to (d.- orkwonder for the Ittle one.
SParr. By Using the Celebrated Burrowes' rive a 0 A transfer of membership was Rustless Screens their new boat. Th.ore are now quite Mr. Allick VW. Inglis was in Ocila
granted l)y the chapter to Mrs. Ma- Keeps out flies and mosquitoes and a number of pretty launches plying Saturday on his way back to Rock
mie How'e-Stovall. who will unite does away with the annoyance of nets. the waters of the lake and the sum- well. Since his accident a couple of
with tle Longstreet Chapter -it Also have DuBose's hardwood floors, mer visitors at that resort will enjoy weeks ago he has been on a visit to
iGainesville, Ga., where she now ro- laid over your old floors without any a delightful summer this year. his parents in Jacksonville. Although
sides. Her removal from this chapter inconvenience. The only sanitary he still wear% his right arm in a plas-
is very much regretted by everyone, floors in use. W. E. DuBose, 318 W. The following Marion county teach- ter cast his numerous friend will be
After the business Mrs. Moorhead, pForsyth St., Jacksonvlle, Fla. 4-24-w ers received first grade certificates in glad to learn that he is getting along
assisted by Miss Hooper and the the recent examinations held in the's snendidly.
Misses Lucy and Annie Moorheal MR. SELIGMAN SELLS OUT city, viz: Miss Martha L. Main, M'. Hy













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House Furnishings Parlor Suits
Rp Art Squ.rm and Matting*. In Leather, Upholstered aid Re"

Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits
In Mahe@ny, Wirch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak
Naplm a" Ockd. /^*1^
Mae d Oa. 0China and Crockery
Mission Furitumre Complete fline-Dinner Sets an-

In all the different finishes Odd Pieces

All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers
and Upholstering Goods

Heaters, RanLes, Cook Stoves
Full Line of Up-to-date Pictures, framed and unframed, and Pic
ture Mouldings. Full stock of

Fni ud TurpNiae Wagoes, Buies, Harness and Saddles
Exclusive salo of the best wagon on earth-the Studebaker.
Amnd carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.

Buildn Brick, Limp. Cement, Plaster,
BUId~in Hair, Lath, Shiingles, Paints d

Aterio l Flintkote Roofing, ils
WMae ~White Lead, Varnishes, Etc. OHS
Wall Paper. Alabastine and Magnite Wall Paints.
aad give as a trial. I.We will not be undersold and will please
___Molver & Mackay.

(ft*Icky AM&. Poi~e Root auu ndi "usl'::U.,

Thysiciamn adoniP. P. P. a4a eplen -
414 cnmubinsUan. and preactibo it with
gret satisfaction for the curve of all
fo-m.a and st~m of Primawry. Secondary
sud Tertiary syphilis. syphilitl Rheu-
niat:-zu ,mSrfulous Mvc-3, nd Bors..
Wlandidsr~wuelings. I:!2ciumm~ism, Ki-
smy Ownp)-intsold1 ClrouwUMosm ShM

Cci-pyd:--atm. Uwcurhl Pbi@M Totter.

F. P. P. is a poomrfI took and an
ez-v-flmit appitimer. building up the
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Journey of Torture Begins
On May 31 he decided to leave
there, so went to a freight yard and
inquired about train schedules. He
learned that a train to his liking would
leave in three hours. In the *mean-
time. with a night ride on the
"'bumpers" he decided to sleep.
He looked about and found a refrig-
erator car full of potatoes with an in-
viting open door. He entered it and
finding it cool and comfortable, he
stretched himself on the floor and
slept. The car had a refrigerator in-
stalled at one end. and except for a
gangway partitioned off by heavy wire
screening, was other wise full of po-
When O'Connell awoke he found
himself locked in, the car pitch dark
and the train moving. Concluding tne
train might make a run for a few
hours, perhaps a dlay, he lay down
and slept some more. When he awak-
ened the train was still moving and
ile was hungry.
O'Connell began to lose track ol
time from then on. There was not a
ray of light in the car. all the food
there was, raw potatoes, was on the
other side of a stouT wire partition
that he could not hi-eak down. \Vaelor.
[tlre was none.


Ocala. Fla., June 12. 190S.
'To the Editor Ocala Banner:
i Mr. Bl'ch says t.h.at 'is article w.-is
just -s good uan al'g ,ulew against t
iwhi.-l-y as it was against p'-imaris.
iut that I failed tto make this admis-
sion. That is begging the question.
las prohibition was not the questions
I under consideration: it was the aboli-
tion of state primaries, and I though-t
it he charges he made as to the open
and brazen corruption oft voters in
the primary a good reason why it
should bte abolished. After we shall
hi:ve i)anished rum from our shores,
vwe will have rid ourselves ',ly of t'i
hs' sser etvil. \Ve would st':l have'y the
r: ilroadls, an \] r. Blitrch sa s th it
h|leir influlonc(e 'V.%is u.or' pototnt than
|'h- whiskey infl::eince i l lhis opern
andi braze('n corr')tllioli. WVhat are ,
to do about i.' In ordtl1' to iutrif'
politics, sthail wV sweep) lie railroa'l.()t,.-
fronit the- ord<'-'.S of outr fair sta'
along ,wikh the whiskey? Ev,.n the l
,-0ro 1 wo!d i)I tlho Timies- union : '
would i have t go. and the Ocala Ban-
1ner along w tith it. for you know that
eyou have had a few words of praise
Ir conimendation for Mr. Flagler for
, developing the East Co)ast from a
swamp and wildlernes,: into a par:a-
dise. thus showing that vou were cnr-

Sometimes the train stopped,i. and
the imprisoned man could tell that be
was in a city or in the country. Often i
lie was tortured by the sound of
brakemen running over the top of his
car. i)y the voices of passengers on
plattormi,. and, worst of all. by the
plash o; water gushing from water

Wh"tiever it was it m',ist haver' I) .
of one material, either all linen or all
woolen, or perhaps all velvet, as i
was against the statutes to have clot' ;
interwoven of different materials.
"Thou shalt not let thy cattle g-"I-
der with a diverse kind; thou shilt
not sow thy field with mingled seed,.
neither shall a garment mingled of
linen and woolen come upon the'"
So ran ono. of the statutes.

The New York World says that the
medical staff of the Lincoln hospital!
at One Hundred and Forty-first street,
the Bronx. has a patient of whom it is
proud. He is Chester A. O'Connell of
Bath, Beach. He is twenty-two years
old an is ill with typhoid fever in a
virulent form. The doctors agree
that he will not die because he came
to them after a seven days' ride in
a freight car, with neither food nor
water. Compared to that experience,
they say, his typhoid is merely an ep-
o'Connell is a machinist, with, an
iron constitution, and a roving dispo-
sition. Last winter, work being slack
in his native Brooklyn. he betook him-
,elt south for the season. He traveled
by easy stage, principally on the
trucks of freight cars. and about the
first of the year brought up at Jack-
sonville, Fla., where he found steady
employment and a climate that ap-
pealed to him.

111 '
I tiiuihx'. ha17'. st('tliYt ei.
It has h1w ''.*'qnistandel bound a I Il
i n L.
('lulIN1'0 tIP OT.I 'uir'di. -1 '11i IBro'tWilrdi
a I'inli- It ratIiios;- tit-, for nif r' a ('m011-
X'ention tiotlifitieeaitI the Ica" tol'a 1)i
mary'V uomlifleo. andsI I think Ih,#.ad1-

s :jo t of aa11 iv s' els \\ : "*
I[( ) \" <*!*.'*;! (' |Ll\\ 3 a il DlL ) ;, 1| > i .(;, ',
;t n y w\ h T, , : ( ( > f;l i f t f t ; ;, ,:t r i
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Andi charms are r.'vt-a1-I of ~
When litp anel hop- m-
dIrea m.
)rf!-i-iing o'er our ,)atlii i r- h.-
Anil love was eui;*ir~n-1 1

Brih or rovvs t ILI "16 1 ; I.uJ (I
And roundd it ho-a r! ni't
But, alas! thi-?-e-acne hiur~r-i,C%
And only fll-m.)ry r-a~ i~

And the -joyous cho!!l- 11. )A .-.4

And broken thp t' ',~
Andl hop-b andi am 'it it t .e'Ii*

WVh i le oil!- lipa r!- .-- t
S weet wer't thou i n .1 r i in.- .~
"'lo hen mie-t an'i-i I

And the azure -,kips -ii!'i ~
In thos- lhal))'p '~ht

A%-.ain rih-#- -I,~ 'Tl~r
nveimlrmtlr. 14)%.-11 .

For *ti:- the- g It~~ ilt )f ,C'
('rutel indeed 'A ii' ,ej t h Iit b-4.)ni-.
If we coW.1 t'f is ch--ri-! i mo.ii r.
knf tdwell iti. L'r kiwO f

God. in hi- o1*.' nr~r'us. !rn 'riri
His dlear onrws how.-' tip f1-%*r h-inz.
us. to facf- siwi-ow:. if If.-hal noit
of lovo for u~n. a 4-swi het' l-n
which we o idd learn iin no l tr %.
G;od is our l v ~ F.17h--r. Ot *ro.'
w il II help) ill t teto 4Ar a'iA Wr 'i e-n .'
ioyv or sorro%
I -r t on, Ilftri n, t.

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Ys':'k. sm..i ll I.11.~l.1 T.11, i
a T i a r pr u 4 1tI -i ril .'e):-. '

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Sometimes, for hour-., there would Even since our forebears ate )i
be nothing but the roar of the train, the fruit of the tree of knowledge
. .. ,dress has at different stages ot tine
lumbering, with caterl)illar slowness.rss ha at different stags of t
it seemed O'Connellworld become more or less a rutiling
it seemed to Connell. over endless assion with men and women of)
leagues of track. Generally. though wealth and leisure and every age and
in a kind of stuporl he was dimly con- 1 nationality has had its peculiar a'nd
scious of being alive and of wondering distinctt characteristics of dre.-:s.
why he continued to lie. This has been conspicuous in ,'.-
why he continued to li~e. .
Svestments of the dignataries of the
O'Connell had a knife. and with itchurch an kings and their courts, and
occasionally, he was able to obtain nowhere has it been more pronounce l
minute pieces of potato through the than in the uniforms of our milita.:.
wire mesh. These he sucked to their chieftains.
last globule of moisture, and then When our republic was organized
swallowed in little bites. When he it was not noted for its simplicity in
was not spearing at potatoes he was dress.
lying in a half delirium on the floor. The prevailing fashion was the velv -r
The car in which O'Connell was coat and vest, silk stockings, ribbon
locked got to Jersey City on June 7 garters, low quarter shoes with ihugo
in the morning. O'Connell (lid not gold or silver buckles, lace cuffs andi
know where he was nor care. He was shirt fronts and powdered wigs.
aroused by the beat of waves and the The dress of the women of th- co'i-
sensation of sailing and knew that his rinental era was even more conspi(u1-
car had been put aboard a boat. I.ong ous.
afterwards, in the dlark, men entered Before this period the dress of
his car with lanterns, those who formed the circles of fash-
The men were freighti handlers at ion was even more conspicelolis an l
th- Hudlson river freight yard. One swords and sashes were a part o'
Hundred and Forty-fourth street and every gentleman's wardrobe.
the Eeast river. The%' were astonish- The dress of the English beau <'f ( 0w
ed at the ai)l)aration on the floor of fourteenth century was preserveeIl 'v
thl cal. A creature, seemingly hu- one of the writers of that era an Ii
man. that babbled in flighty sentences would put to the blush the dress of *'h"
and whose hands aind feet were a mass boy in fantastic of the present age.
of bruises and open wounds. He had It was described as follows:
come by them. n hey learned later, by i "Long pointed shoes fastened to thn-
beating and kicking at the walls of knees by gold or silver chains: ho-.
his car prison, of one color on one leg and of a dif-
O'Connell told his story four days ferent color on the other; short
after he reached the Lincoln hospital, breeches which reach to the mildd'., I
O'Connell says that he is not going of the thighs: a coat tlh one half
to die-that hl is going to live to get white, the other half black: a lon.-
to Bath Beach. andt that then he will heard: a silk hood buttoned uniiler the
stay there, chin. embroieolredl with grotesqn.,
I II -.-- figures of animals, and lancing m-l--
a d women, etc.
a scratn.ole, fot no tian can be so
This dress we are told was the ve.-
good or perfect that foul chliartgs will t.pight of fashion duringg the reign ,i
not b' jur, (or nianufacTure, All Edward, III of England. anti it wNill h-
in 4 .; :'feit'X'r. oIt ou) or two officO', re emnlben 're that this wa., sexeri'!
:(and otl:,.-" inllOrianrt ,iices are iig- tnolisai y .tear's after the accu'llnft i.
norted. 7ai-,, tor i 1sianct'e that .4f ('11 'I o .1 Josel)h's -(')at of lti.1n v (*' -
comptroiler, atl oflc',. of mt'or inp')'- '.' .
tlice lhan tha 1 f 'ii'itred States son- .'\ tilt he tine of the "'reflorfrmatios
a Io ', yet withi tlire' andi at es, n o ) an| hl, severity in n'*li2i'iio;:s aff:".-
lhan ten thousand ,tmocnrat-s eliil nt which, tolloweti i t there was a tilniti-
vote for any candidatese, for that o l'- down of dress anl at a later ii.ri',l i. '
tice. ani thirteen thowisand failed r se the l)lain anli peculiar ,!r.ss ,,f
vots' O1; th*1 office of attorney genera., lie Quaker's and the M'.tho)dsIt. 111n-
It can (i by no neans be (caileld th, ,ler the leadershil)p ot )John \'sl,.'.
p)ui)ular lt lx' lssion 01of the wishes (tof malde a special inhib)ition aa';ins; 1-1
thim )eol)l'. anti at best, I belliteve h-it \earin:- of o!,'nfil:,-!Ts an.i ,,sti. i,
il a I vast majorri y of those who vo',_* tire.
in them. it is only a choice of evils ,r This is ?h.,' a e sif .-:,iJ:Ili:fit' :
rather h"" ndt '8uir;.l'|-.' because 'g)ood l tlI''YS, anisi nit| rind '.oll, t 5 i' (,.e' g(el
:Ihell "vhon i il''y wvo;l]i, lik e to stit' !'1o,; ei''o, I mol'e fsor comfrn t ti iii :in r .'.I* e
(ot) n.ot o' ";!'I1 not qualify a- can ii- i i~l 'X-,,n oT'r milit;i.- and n }i;a\;t' *:l
(iat's. For ills.tdIiC''. s(lfl)' Of thl'( can- t "'Irs a!'. les- d -l.x rnail in o',', '-
,l:, it. .s i \'sot d'(l sior in th.' ;pri|::;>ry I ,inl ,.s
\ ;).l' i .1 ot siil)s ,or;' \',.r. I a !els'l ;i.te "FTh.' t',i'.'. illn L l'i,,'i. t -: : h., ( ; i,:,.
i:, a (.oU v\',,ViV ll. ie ( ,1)idt n<'. il,(i' il ot b V (r" :I 14 ) l'u n- t r ^ i p lainp l.: a d -.- j ',!;,:
a l ( h eiK r f ".* i ii* ,l": .y v ,**!'P o | rt } t,, 'r. a d o p i r d b., l tn.; ] ';, io n >l .

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YORK None of the sacred nor profane his-
torians have left us a description of Lones
UP IN A FREIGHT GAR this wonderful coat which was so bea,-
tiful as to excite the envy of his brot.li- Lik
era even to the piint of killing him ex- Makim
cept to say that i. was a "coat ot ianyv
O'Connell's recollection of his long oir).' As
and horrible ride before hlie finally be- e do not know whether it wis F orge
held daylight again is a blu, reWieved made froni a solid piece of many col-
by worries o, tortures, ors or from many pieces of as ml:Y J11
different colors, something on the o,- 7.
Sounds That Agonized Him tier of our modern patchwork quilt.


some, not quite, for ms'nor. v1
e an artist in some bevr t,.
ng her picturas-. Blrio j';
with inmble ian, itr ,l tr,,r..
)tten scenes 1% t'-1 r..'ii-....
1 Ioved form:- ,'-i- ':. ::. ,A
are rlii" t~ i ,- *iri F.'t .riy
they shine in r:*- lM hti ,* n. .
orv s suun.

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Mr. Th,:inas H. Harris (" "h:s ciy
spent Sunrtay at Slewneen.. Ok;ih(:m:.
wiih M:-. and Mr,. I. V. 'S:I, N"ns.

Mr. Gaioway's tot.j vo'e was 1i"
anci Mr. Edwar's's. -.,. making Mr. -
Gallo(way'. majorityy 17i. '"

Mi-s Mary Kirk of Brooksvi~le. (on tz
(if the most Popular young ladie% of 7=
that city. has retumted home after a ,
brief stay in Ocala.

Ediior Bittinger takes his defeat so For U. S. Senator
good rnat .r,,d.y that he rea!'y seems to Prowar... ...... 1 T 7T;
enjoy it. He would have made a most Fletcher...... ....7 174 139
creditable representative. Del. Nat,. Con.
Bow, n. . . .. . 4.5
When you are in Ocala, lak" ad- Brown .......... .4 l492
'Cle-wi... .. ..... ,.4 .,,;
vantage of Fishel s Summer Renii.- Ean........... .142 9
lion Sa.e. ........... 11i 9
i Sh.* kl tor',! . . .114 1r,5
Mrs. F. D. Pooser. who has been For Governor
spending the past several weeks in Cihlhrist......... 7l!t:*2
Souxk~on.. ..... .11 9,"
the country, helping nurse her sister-Ior R. R. Corn
in-law. Mrs. S. R. Pyles, returned. Du-n. .......... ', 120;
borne yesterday. Jac -son... .. .. .. 7.7 6
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Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Duval leave 'Bitlinge; .. ... "*1-
L.ight.............I ,i6; 67
next week for Long Grove and Eliza- gFor Sheriff
bethtown. Ky., where they will spend El,".r,is-.. ...... 124 ,,
several months. They will be accon)- Gal!ow a.. .. .. 17 139
panied by their niece, little Miss Eliz-'For Sure Re 'n...
,Beck. . . . ... ] S .;
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For Corn. Dis. 3
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ter. Mrs. Galloway's daughter and

funeral. She will remain in Ocala a FOURTH TAINS FOR MISS MAUD OPY
week or ten days. At three o'clock Tuesday afternoon MILLER -
at the Galloway home on Lime str,:et, i will be s, n from a letter printed Wednesday morning the taptist
Sand 10 cet articles al. a r ithe funeral services over the body ,t e'ls-where *hat lion. Albert W. Gil- Miss Mary Burford was the pret- church at Micanopy was the scene oft
duced prices at Fishel's. "
!Mrs. John P. Galloway were conduct- christ. democraticc primary candidate ty hostess at a delightful party on a very beautiful wedding, Miss Mabel
apt W L Ditto arrived hom ed byv Rev. R. H. Barnett of the Moth- for governor. has been invited to be Tuesday evening, which she gave Thrasher at that time becomingth!
Capt. W. I,. Ditto arrived home (111,H arM-h I
Tuesday from Birmingham. Ala..! o:-t c.hurch. Mr. Barnet t:;l.1 "hd chief or)a'or at our celebration of complimentary to Miss Maud Miller, wife of Mr. Leslie Arnow of this city.
were he went to attend the Confed-1 very beautifully, and left many corn- D. M who is the attractive guest of her col- The pretty little edifice had been
crate re-union, He says it was onei fortin-u rnarks with t i sorr(wing ty" lege friend, Miss Alta Pearson. very charmingly ,-corated by friends
of the greatest reunions that thevl ih-'-bai.d and chii.,n. I, *c. ( ',I-!,'. nn1 th" invilatIon o The special feature of the evening of the young people, and was a lovely
have ',ver he pl the "old -'" had i Thv hymns were b-eaiu.ti:1. I ,n-TI ,.: :i! was a "tangle party." Strings had setting for the welding. Th. cere-
a splenlid tin'e Mr. Ditto came .-. mebv a choir comnpos.'d ut i,-nil. r f : :: '-. "'.. ii "',: n .1 been wound all over the house, up mony was perforned by Rev. Mr !
. f.w b,.o. hh int-rd ,,! n ,0,.- the Baptist and Methodisr chui-'ri( s. .. . .U' i ^n n, I,,C I ,i stairs and in the yard. Each young Thrasher, a cousin of tle, bride.
d ,-r o b(. -.-r! t o vt-o After the funeral services' the boldy' :" ..At i t, 'o. g(.Tr, gntleman had a pretty young girl for Mr. Arnow's l,-st man was Mr. Ow-
w -. C ,scortIed by- thv family"v anl a ;." (:t. 1 .... .* It) 1)0 I ;t '*i,' a partner and unwoun(l the sti ring. and ens of Tampa, a ienlxh r if th ir ti
Pri .:S r it d -; on cv'rvthinm .1rva n tany of ih ir riei s t. G cn- a. t ', '-,. ,t the nl \veas their foruneW, written of Owens & Av.rv. 'h,, uisL,'r- wer.
Fish l's. oVtO c(.fnlt tt(rv. wht 'e it wa. laid to '.. o', . '.,. i',! x 'd :hi jo try. the groom's brother. Mr. l' rt Ar-
.__ t' .-i. Th.- al.! heanr'rs we,'!-, .l M s<. g- ijss Burforu.l vas assisted in giving now,\ Mr. Taylor Iiir! of (;ainesvill.'
Niiss.'. : wI tracti' i r"o- :Oni n o,, an t
Mr. J. Y. McKirn.ey. a trul 'u'I (I; : T. (;e',,:. R. 0. ('Connor. I !nry r guess a oo time by her mother. and Mr. erert Mrry.
fruit gr(,owr of Ocala. who has been (;rdo(n. (G. L.. Taylor. F(,nr and Fran: *' Those )r,,esent at this party were The lovely young tridl, was at.iiu-
here in Thc interest of his r.I ris. aid Messrs. Mclver & Mac- r. .lak Mac- s; aud Miller of Fort Valley, a.. ed y h'r sist r. Miss Ruby Thrasher.
The past two weeks, leaves for Taimni Kay Iha,! charge of th,' fi'n-ral ar-' ',* lo ,, Ist, ,Ilr issl Lyda MDougald of Gainesville. as aid f n ad thre of r
Tuesday evening. Mr. Me.Kinn.( ,.(, ;a'< I Ir.I x:'m o heir athlet-Alta, Miss At Pearso Min, Miss Sara young girl fritenuls as tries.tnaids.
found a good market hr l- I '-,: is s .sI an hoir and a half later the j ,v ''' 1 i, ',,v; t ol stage, which jl ii. Miss .lessielu Martin. Miss Bet- The bride we a lovely w.,din
fruits and veg.-tables. and N 11 nia i';,' lnral of Mr. Benjamin .1. Culver- !*e 8i 'rTty to Mclver. Miss Lucile Standley, Miss robe and wa ttractie. S is
k shipment b <1 ver hoa'.---t \V- holise v.-.s held from his late re. i- i ::. ( (" V ;il .,,n: *mn bai (:'irolin Iasteur. Miss Margaret A- a dahte o Ml o lars ir
Items in Times-Union. t:c.. R v. (;. H. Harrison of (6ra4e 1 .' *.i'i il te in rom i i. ss Hope Robinson. Miss chant, and sh is very roie in
Episcol i church read! the beautiful o haa e#'-t t:\i ..,:'. ,,r o th ar, ,\- .';J' T a,,afg(,, Mi.s Mary .Juhan. Miss the social circles of that llt'e.
Colonel R. F. Rogers of Lynne was ibrial (,eren.ony of thhe Eli;s(.ci)a : ai.l ;i ir *,xhil)iiion o lie 1111(,. sr. Witherspoon After the wlig a iiirnal r
in yesterday. He had a smile (n his ..hurclh aInd !h,. choirs of th. Eiis,.opal .-',, .'. i w-rth ., in. an,1 Richar.1 )odz-', Hetron Todl!, Mala ception .was h-ld at the h, hu of the
face that portrayed his -tate of mind. n -aiti-t (.lu-ches sang. "":,;, i': 1>, ,,!ii. race.,s I.;e ,ion, Perr Mclntosh. Fred L.ov bride's parents, after which Mr. and
He wa.- very active in curingz th,, Th-, I u'teral o! Mr. ('ulverhoise was '- :... .: Sei\,,, a,>,i.. a ,I R;.lA)h Rnini-on. Phil Robinson, Mrs. Arnow caniel to his city in Mr.
nomination of Messrs. (il.iIris.-T an( : Ii (and iany lart -are' 'I ;\ (' ii 'r,;ii.,: t ,t.
: ',t y a tn t ,al, ,,ly h ar a ,, "" t i e,! rt \ ', t,,rs(,! ('1}ar't n'i Meff. ,rt. (;Il.tes" an lton i, dii le. ailn,! I,'ft (e,\' ,r Ilb
Fletcher, and the letters he conTr'ib'- ha is lt so 'ae !,-. Iw:.)ard (Cen, Char- night S'aoarl train for is i
ed were re-copiet-d, and Inrgely ipe0' *il. (c t fin th 'll S- of his : ,: '" < '1 it l',"'"1, bi,'-V .'. ( ) i ', Fi l ani Frank lr- N th ( r i .'n i fr i'.r
in the big landslide. Th,- c(o)loel i '; .a.o ' 1 ids o r:".- r '
also pleased wilh the T way Marion h,, aa] ,- arrs \Tr nsyrs. P. "is \ivav< of the pr tist of t he ;>t ;t t o (,si a.ne o .Mr-
count v behaved wersclf in lor-al af- V. L.,\'v jn oi. A. J. IJ ri,,a c-, R. R. ". It H .; t! !;: . tl ;;; ;iri .i\ i l, o n e .\ .iiio ()k'ci\'.iH:h ;i- i'T
fairs.I -"T \.Thpte tIeIe .
AA " r"[ '"I 5y- l;ti a,'i'
fairs. ,,'". ,o;,. <: ,,... ,' 3ic'( al: il(es a'i; Ill .1. 1 I . i)encerl'. T hi t i- '- :* :':li : T a s 'lr i:.- I l,,Thi-. !Tr ;,; ni)11It h t z' ,i t.. '"
M r. L. S. l.ighit has lit-en rT iu.:-:!Zs ,-,..t., 1,nri,'d io the ne :&, ." t' ,,a '.i. .(,'ii, o)ve .. j oet la W-r ;ut. ('oili e i;,t' (. l t ., ., ; "t l T .. ,t.a
i(ir o-ffi"e i .1 aa'.: *:'c(,lnl"y for f,_sl'r- 1n. ... ..
Ir off,-.e in Ma..l couny tor to t Sl ^ & Roberts in ,i w.il'.tion-1 ;881 01hers ,r who Sliarr. a o!IOst popi,.lar and 'i.inil, ;aittl g l h a ; ,,n! iv vt. i (),.' ,h
t l e n -y e a r s a n d h a s t la.: l I, n I 'r h r. . ..'. 'I \ i ; t us w i l l Ib :i ni ,l y i) r o\ i e, 1 o a ia-I! o n\' w h oao h a s a ha, r o f o r a f e w l ( IIre&r h a s : u li ;' v i nIa .
warded. His ambition a ,nd his ;,a- The !.!owers al it l, fitineral otf botlh 1'( 1 it'- wate,'. .-4 t w vatr-wagoll" friend in ea]. ;' s h p' \\-<',.i -,: y ..n, fl.- is h r.,' t,
:ience have been gratified. His ,-- allow a Mr. Culvthouse i ,t in vi'lnc on ill tihe street a!d was rPjoicding wieh the frien'Is ,''i a xv clve an (lli iih 't.i
sistency shows the mannt'r of man l h ,_ tifu an fraran al chs in his etion. The
%:4, -, try h-wbe itifi ll aii,] fragrant, Iw 14 T'! (,no4ral (;il-hrist ill Ihis,, !,4- lo i(n. Tht,, Il I t i rl li ,, |v .- il -
i. His own precinct has always friends and acquaint- Ocala Rifl,- andtd ihe Ocala Fijr# gtne-,'al was ber choice tfromi the, first nss asso.iat..
I 'in,- sent in b,\ friends andl acquaint- .I
stood heroically by him. In thefirstiances all over the city and quite a I)-Pari(it will participated in the an,! she never wearied, in rcountin-g The ala B; n,.r ,.x! ,,ts zoI
and second primaries he got every!aet,
and second primaries he got everr a nniber of bouquets coming from '"l'.s fTiivinips.- his excellent virtules. She knew him wishe I to!he y(InI c(',i!,,.
vote cast. That is certainly a slon-i Jacksonville. Tier,,e will Ie $7.,,11 offt'red in p1riz- w,11, so gave a listlless ear to thoit
did reommendation. We congrau- rattle about his having all the worst FIRE AT MICANOPY
late Mr. Light. BISHOP latAY IN ENGLAND I will be, a great day. elements of the state behind hinm: and.
Mr. sensible woman that she is, she lit Mr. W. D. Tompkins has just re-
Mr. H. L. Anderpon has returned Bishop Gray of Southern Florida. OCALA VS. OCILLA it down as harmless campaign pel- turned from Micanopy wher he and
home from Poughkeepsie. N. Y.. who has many personal friend here. is lets. Now that he is nominated, (v- Mrs. Tompkins w.nt to att.nI th,
where he went to be present at the in England attending thE- Pan-Angli- Postmaster Crom has arranged a eryone will agree with her that Al- Arnow-Thrasher nultials. Ie, says
graduation of his daughter. Miss Fran- can Congress. series of ball games with the team bert Gilcbrist is a Sir Rupert among that early yesterday morning the <
ces Baker Anderson. from Vassar On Trinity Sunday he was invited at Ocilla. Ga., and good gaines are ex- men.n f the fin
... - .. ... ,,,.-i h.-.r ttn ,,haeth at St .lnh ChC rehrch WVilton .. F .. ....


In vear- .1 hil th. '' ;' :.in of
fhi- Fo- ir'h of Jnl, in 'at.!,,, f .ttir-t. iT thi- ity. ; n.l large
('*:'e ,!\- \% r# a'tra ,I hd ,r T, h.. itze
'(f t :' cr(iwi m. !t riril allt TI . l;l-.' t.? i,
;m1tt! h *; vfroo;! tlio'. uo't .rl ,n t ll v ,i'ir
t'ii!ic' -[Iirit*0 t l'i ,v-t. K;t ,' a z*st
-- .:iri d-,lighr to) the o 4'a!ilon thAt ling-
Sr,.i fir ,t o14ng tini-. in th inm-niiry
~ ,,! '".. \ i-ito, whm,'h htc.',l (>';la in
wiiiLh layr
In I1 at( : .oirs w it p ,ri t thd
0,., 4<-.ca-ili to 'i ,I) t ii. s lmnh)ii)orol
.1rl.I (C .; .hi ; t- ''n t, IO. thelorherphyv.
F\ MNlt\or i":.sh'l i.A making ;on ef.
:tr, ir t l Iha t*' i -li ,' ,141 tiin.S' r-p 'atell
'aind idAs ;cpoi ilte' himsIfI a -onimit-
Te o)f (,l" *o untfrview oumr i -ople
andIt h;-'. r h,'ni .lonati a funid to again
Izalvani,. hi' day with new life and
liv',' o, ,r .'Kain the ,4'4,n,'s of (ther
dax s.
He ha- toTn |quit .ue'('ce'sful in his
4 ft(orts. and ne-arly ,'-ryone has made
a ehe..rf-il ,uontriliittion. and w hope
That Mr Fi'h.iV hand,% will be heP4
anld the' c-l-'bration be ak auccets-
,till as those of other days.
A ('om ittl'-' ap1pinted to get up a
ipr(igramn nut at Mr Fitshel's store yes-
I terdlay afternoonx, and we have -n
'doubt that the attractions will be ap
propriate to the occasion. and winI
C lilt it~k ~ ~ t.. #16- W16-110IU

give t'Ie r-inrIIiI l tIo! n ti visitiiir .
The program im to he a varied m
such as will appeal to the tastes of
If anvone ham a siiggestlon. don't
keep it hid under a bushel, hut iVe
it to the committee, and let's all JoW
in to make th, day a rmemo rable oin.
ILet's te' a tni' and g't up a bi
Tht, ,4,ollar- that the crowl will
leav behind th,nm a souvenirs will
not mar the. ri'lti.or\ otf the oc-'asit
an.I will iak;.' tVy ,irn.' lels ionot-


)n MolinlayI lvi-Kng Misi Margaret
Antil'rsom i tind liss, Mary .luhan were
"at hoii*' t() thoir frienel at a very
('harnming flower piar'y. enteraining
ait th,* hoin-' o)f the' former on Fort
King a\-,nute
Thl- prr-ttv litt!,, iti> itatio .s to( this
affair had ha:k-,e' of flowers painted
on th'tii, giin'hg .t hint to th- young
folk- z(f what 'h'y might expi-ect
T'u : t W ), #r,I t,' yuitng h?oste-%? ,.n. to
th, :r %hit. Known ;anI their f-,intraSt-
ing tyi,*-s r t ;,'it w, - xco''ioti,nal-
i 1, !<,'. 'ly
I":,.fr tr! anld -id"' yards t.o f he An-
*I''-. ii he1,114 .' hal! t', n a "'"i,",I ,it iow,rs Floh ,r-s hadl
stli't. -lip ina ; daly all ovs'r every-
i u. 1.. *,\.triv rtr.i ail plan: giving
;il ,' m -r hrilli;ili' a idi 'tTfrg .- "' blow
dir 'ih" r *-1
S ;.- \* * it .' i' t ')/l o/'. i" rners
,fl'i,' the. 1.\x m .iill r'li .s %w' er- atte*r-
4."i ;tid'i !l i d '
\ i ', ,e,. in h -. '.i.t -I li iN rate-
I (l,*.r.,I wilh tlw. ir-. 1'.t-s.-. Sue
.\ 'lli-r.s.,o -., 'i|.r iiinE i tot h,-r siistpr's
*i<,,..5,< Sh. v:,* t--,-'i', byv M IH
.\li(,. iil,'k ,,,.1 Mr \W alf-r Har-
Smnall in ari.ot lanttrn.s light.eI the. flower gar-
d,ns and th,, vranla, and the happy
young jpeoil]e littting about over the
lawn was a .'ai,|ifilI pirtnre.
Th*. object of <-o many flowers wa
that to th*' couI4Ile' finding the greatelst
x ari'Ty of blossomnis a prize should be
awarulde. Frank Hlarris, .Ir.. and Mil






-Ivlr-"177, M",77"IT T7

.4 -,


Your flag and my flag. and how it flies
I your land and my land and half the
world away.
ose red and blood red its stripes for-
ever gleam;
dnow white and soul white, the good
forefathers' dream:
Sky blue and true blue. with stars that
gleam aright;
The gloried guidon of the day, a shel-
ter through the night.
Your flag and my flag. and oh. hivw
much it holds.-'
Your land and my land secure withi'i
its folds:
Your heart and my heart boat quicker
at the sight;
Sun-kissed and wind-tossed. the red
and blue and white:
The one flag, the great flag, the flag f-)r
me and you;
Glorified all else beside., the red anI
white and blue.

FRIDAY, JUNE 19. 1908

Hope is the mother of disappoint-

Too many foolish people button
their- thoughts behind

Talent is one thing, tact is every-

Many a man's reputation for wis-
dom is due to his ability to keejp his
mouth shut.

Hon. Tomni. Watson is showing daily
that onev canll run for the presidency
without being any more important
than the bridegroom is a' a weld-,n.z.
--Chicago Record-Herald.

"So Wild Bill died of a sna l'ite?
Whar did he git hi;?
"Oh. the snake didn't bite Bill. Th
snake bit Tough Tompkins. an* Tonip-
kins drank two quarts o" th' renieldy
an' then shot BiIl."-Judge'e Libl)rary.

Senator Joseph W. Bailey, of Texas.
who is confined to his apartment at a
New York hotel, following an opera-
tion on his throat, was reported yes-
terday to be in a greatly improved

Gadsden county will hereafter be
_ called "the moth.-r of governors"-
Tampa Tribune.
And she's proud of her boys, every
one of them. We have plenty of re-
serve timber when the present supply
gives out.-Quincy Journal.

One Borland. who edits a paper at
Madison. is being shown up in an un-
enviable light. He tried to get an-
other party to make an affidavit to
damage Gilchrist. promising a con-
vict inspector's job as a reward if
Stockton should be ejected.-Lakeland

Little Harry. who dreaded the fre-
quent plunges that his mother made
him take in tho hat lub was reading
about the Esquimaux and came
acreus the statement that bathtubs
were unknown in the arctic circle.
"0h. mamma." he exclaimed. "I wish







Senator John H. Bankhead. the new
senator from Alabama. is a good roads
man, and recently added an amend-
ment to the postoffice department.
and followed the same up with a
speech in which he showed most con-
clusively that the congress has the
power under the constitution to ap-
propriate moneys for the construction
of military and postroads: that the
power was early recognized by our
earlier statesmen and if persisted in
this country will soon be cobwebbed
over with good roads.
Senator Bankhead, in a long speech,
among other things said:
On March 14. 1S18. the house of
representatives passed the following
"Resolved. That congress has pow-
er under the constitution to appro-
priate money for the construction of
postroatds. ntilitary and other roads.
and of canals, and for the i mprove-
nient of waterways."
Mr. President, what vwas rh alti-
ute o ,)f th,, leading stat.smnen in the
early days of the republic? Thomnas
Jefferson said in a letter to Mr. Liep-
er in IeS:
"Give us peace till our revenues are
liberated from debt. and then. if war
ho necessary, it can be carried, on
without a new tax o:' loan. and dur-
inz peace we may checker out our
whole country with canals, roads, etc.
This is the subject to which all our
endeavors should be directed."
Henry Clay advocated tlhe building
of national road., in a speech made
in congress in l',.',. in which. he said:
"Of all the moales in which a gov-
ernmilllint calln employ its s.arlulrs r','ven-
io. nonlle is nior,' pe'or an lien y lIla i-
cial than that of *ioerIna! i:ili)prove-
niment. Fixeodt to ,he soil it 1 eco"Ies :
oiurabole part of thil land si>,lf. ,liffu:-
ii'2 co :':of an actliv ity landi anii;it-
,in o)n ;,ii ide'-. T I ti!'.-' ,iil *'c' ti -!-
lect is ,)I: th",' ri ci'i('lt :'l ,)a c iin ;;Iiiit .

"cub'" whl has ;it "Iste for !noVew.s
scents tho g(oditl as well ais the )ad in
human nat-ure and in human institiu-
tions. To him "all thie world, is a
stage." As he gets his g'ro)wth hle be-
comes acquainted, with Thhe pla vyers.
not only ats (thy strut in ht- limelight.
but also) as they- appear behind the'
scenes. with robes alnd, grease paint
and tinsel crown reu.omel..
It is said that the world knows noth-
ing of its great meni. Thle reirT)'wt-r (of
wide experiencec. knows, a great deal
of some off theim. ie learns. of ('cour'S'
that sonle of thlo greatest are the small

fooled before, andl he declined to v.1- est. an, the ,sum total of hlis k'n4)wl-
mit even that the outlook was favor- edge makes hin sti )nlomtins an oplti
able. He simply reiterated! that :h',, mistic cynic: ho, is rarely a pessimist
chance of restoring sight to thee v' ] Hoe gets a senlse. oof prop'()rti( ti d :mud ;a
was remote. lie dio lidot care ro corn- faculty for "'i'iia"osiii 'i men :ini ,ti-
init himself furihter. tlowt'vor. :I c 'niin motniv.--. In lii.-inis. ;.- wel
was palpablly plewase(ld witl e ;he p ).- as in po(lit ic iilpo n .y is ii ,- i "i.I ,
guess of thl treal'atelit, ii tero is n1o 1 ittt, schooll of ,iiotiilt\
In the Gore famiily thori' i.s nie p pi- ihan tl !ie,\\.|-.i:l..r ,tlij.
-on who has botlh hope and l'hli,-o>.i ...
in the success of th' experillie'lt fro:li RANK HERESY

the very first.

ii1' t ),ttyOU ii r ~i.4,t he:ol-, 11 U # "A

%vr it' t- l iro lli o u i'~i .

Vt;' ai nst'l i js la. tIp i I y

thyprtju~i 'aTl ar'- i' et

ewrund Wj- i t' ainwer of ti4,i,'~I:, ;oitor-

I h .S jI i' pa s- I ) 1 1 P. i

it is thbe seiato~r's Iw

Onto11 -xhiose, onckI~'s (I:i1j'. 15;iff'-r- tie fve'-vezr-oloi ohaw-ightet', Nina,.Ihi- I''Ihr'\ -l~~~, ' *e1CtiEt' l lt ept 'iise q f ..ii' t 'a -1.portai jo:; C('111:-t ;iitll n Tll iat 1i 1 11 alil aI olI'I t I-llI It c)(o IuhuIt 'IoI e a It I
'ocuwoo goooian'l batil wysThus il l iI't'i'. Shoit, izf of Irav.iluig. -r1,! t'Juaa1TO\o IV:fl~aoI' 7 W
the ie l!O of trar-i4 $,a Ill- it barrel k11or lit';' il(tiot~lci'huli''oes t:411 solile o di's' eut hll:4Ia. -a 1.*.'
floui'1-.% Tl:-,er-ction of the k''Urti,.- will iw all arist. W ii.n lieu ft Ill ir* r.j 1 a;'.I'!i I i I I,azIs 5111 (I' 4 utal :.nr~ i. '
liiI T -,; rntois shou i d b, ,I ssenol $2enn iIlter'1 '# 1, 1k lit, hospi taI a. ~t 1' a1o0 sh: '1 e'n:5tor. fr'oni t h a~' r Notv,'.nl'H! h I 2iL( a''.. ii' 'i '
fVlie, h)T'duct-r of the article wouilli' m'e rgi o t~'tO~ lclli5 a r it i'i l in hi- !1a( s. ilia~-flllclt a i i-u~aa \ 1. ''

ceive I tha $2 mort. now than tfO!'ier-
In addtiiion It) thi.. congress has a
stronger and more specific warrant
for making this appropriation,. under
the authority conferred by the con-
stitulionm "to establish, postoffices andl
postrroads.' Cooley. in his- book on
Constitutional Law, says:
"Every road within a state, includ-
ing railroads, canals. turnpl)ike, and
navigable streams, existing or created
within a state, becomes a postroad.
whenever, by the action of the postof-
fice department, provision is made for
the transportation of mails upon or
over it."
Postroads and public highways are
highways of commerce, as much so as
are railroads or rivers and harbors.
They are the small arteries of our
commercial body. which extend out
in to the country, and gather up andti
bring to market, railroad station and
wharf the great volume of the raw
products of the country, which are
the real constituent elements of our
commerce. They are equally indis-
pensable to our commercial growth
and welfare, and are equally deserving
of the fostering care of the govern-


In 1T79 there was a bill before con-
gress regulating interstate commerce.
The main objects of the bill were the
preventing of rebates and discrimina-
tions. The bill was prepared by Mr.
Reagan of Texas, aided by MIr. Kenna.
of Virginia, then quite a young man.
A great many promlinent imen were
then in congress among whomi miighr
be mentioned the authors of the bill.
Messrs. Reagan and Kenna. Mr. Benj.
H. Hill. of Georgia. General Hamlpton.

rate. a d slitl he is still at them is U p! i|',, lip:;ici;i; (iiots- i i. ;i ;':-
"I just want to show oladdly whla I niost of th e Tiieii0.+rWs of thi.l boalv
can ,do." she said. And "dladldy" gladl- I)Proah)l arI lik+ liu sili ant iifaii' -

!v admits that her little face an:l
those pictures are about the biggest
things in the world to him. She sits
by his side and draws away. Once in
a while she stops long enough to put
her arms around his neck and kiss
him and assure him that before v,;ry
long he will be able to see her aund
mamnima for the first timnie.
"Several prose l)oems have been
written about my blindness recently,"
said Senator Gore, "and I appreciate
1he sentiment expressed in them. Bitt
I don't want sympathy. I have never
asked any man any odds in politic;.
Other blind men have done mucn
more than I have. and still others will
far outstrip me in the future.
"Inability to use my eyes is not as
big a handicap as people seem to
think, and whether Dr. Wilmer's ex-
periments succeeds or fails, I will
continue to mingle with you and show
you that. to my mind, sight is not the
greatest thing in the world after all."


Miss Rose Rouse, a pretty and en-
terprising young woman, a few weeks
ago started a magazine in Denver
called the Office Tattler.
In order to get advertising she
went about the city on a canvassing
tour, and among others she called upi)-
on was Thomas Ryan. a young busi-
ness mnan with an office in the Carl-
ton building.
Mr. Ryan was so much impressed
with. the young woman's arguments
and eyes that he ordered twice as
much advertising as he needed. Af-

iar vithl. such liatters., I mov. ith.1
we refer this whole buisiness to ,
comminittet cmillpostdl of" voll known
financial exp)erl.ts, in whose capabhilit.-
andl integrity the people can implic:'-
Instanly a ileatfenninm ui.proa ar o- ,.
"Sit lown' Sit downn:
"(Go soak your head'"
"Put him out'"
These exclamniations, which th-
rash, misguided senator could d(istin-
guish amid the din. seemed to iniplv
that he hail made a parliamentary
blunder of some kind. andl he didn t
insist upon the motion. He was a
new man and not thoroughly upi n
the ways of statesmen.-Chicago T,:-

What is probably the largest shark
to be caught in Pensacola bay in a
number of years was landed on Per-
dido' wharf late last night by a party
of young men. who were engaged in
the sport of shark fishing. A numl)er
of small sharks hail been caught at
the l)oint and the party, composed of
eight, was well equipped when the
catch occurred. A monster shark was
hooked, however, instead of a small
one. as anticipated., and a tug-of-war
followed, the big shark being on one
end and seven men (in the other. The
latter were finally victorious, and
what is clainedl to be a nan-eater
was landed, which meoasullrd 12 feet
and 1 inches. A.\nother specimenn
measuring 1, feet was later caught.
The men were usin 'rowe as fishing


this tim'. 1
using the S
for four (or
much help
timne ore'-
of lly t)x(
the tOne.
an,)ther ,
change< t,
a terrible
could nt i
my fleh.
brought ,
The'rn I got
wa.sh dO th'
S!"ap andi v
at nxoon. ar
cura Oirntr
fas anrid i
cura ()intr
positore S
cura Re-o,'
It toiok a
get ite in
then I treat
n, nrith-, artn
we.'-k. It
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'i 1'uT'12l1 :juru'I1.jl ieV ii!; 0''a l t i .,.

-ite' s.a 11i.r 1 "'f li iin iirtli .n' _,n 4 )ltt o)t
Coti;tii i o -.- il rII t nhr laiI,.l.1% A lltI 1 it a e
, to ,ii'i int a I o .- I" tl. -o, k t-itl",- T .-
1.01 lp-en iniitt, id .' l. %% i i t 'o :i ho I. I I
ne'ar Itanoilp4 h, an-1 tit li liitid at V.i,
te'r wxa: runtIintinIg o'er ttih rtraik-.
Tli,' Santa I'F pro.i,!,'d, ac o('',iiTio.it
tons for fort)y-oin-i. asst,nmtrs at I het
Wh itiingoti unntil the train coiii.m ho-
gotten throug"Ili h to t aLe.# thtn .m oin to)
Iltiir ,1e.'tinatiol at points north In
the party were, s0.veral fatiiili., froii:
('alitfirnia. (;ernmant ,'migrailr. lhiit
thoro)nh'lyV ablle to .speak ouir Iani:i;a'
and care fo)r thbemnselve,. Tit oithe'rs
were,, mostly southern i peop) l. en ro')lir-
to the northern lluilllttinr 'soirt.,
It is belilvoil that by touda) Train,
may he oi-toured over the Ric'k Island!
If the Santa Fe north i. not r'a, oly fur
passenger busisln-ss--Ardmnor. Ok, i-
hona i Dnemocrat
Mr. T. H. Hlaris of this city is ont,
of the crowd o)f pas#-nger., rainhoiind
at Arminore. They hiav, been ('0i ort
pulled to remain there several dlavsy
and he says that the- rains anl winds
have beten terrific-almo):4t en ,uh to,
blow away the town


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ut-OWn t wit.11

catc ?u tit- lof ,a ll .'~It' W t o.Iittt t I

uiiItof their fe-Stlitii.'..
'ha' flt-, hii'u'zzioI u lke sI .'lsc ,r c fant-
(411 it'I. .linc ha.r,. l(oktboI on wokf' I
and! omide'ment ut whil.otho- v ;
>ai tt'r5 andi th.' (G;r#-,,-k P p-oi
wMtchel In ln dmtib ar'nazrlut'nv
"tamt 'Xfu.pIrtx'o-iiir" 'The nim n t'i n
unito,-1ru an'! the brass liuttounoA~uu.

ill tO tv) tiio t it'* I I'#a h n 'h.. A 0

Atlanta. J une l:;.--(eh tr'giia'a lalh li ll, ii l.., iiti \ 'l'i. t ,,,.
crop is l 'begintiing to) t oil V, ill n 'arn.'- it,,
So far 141 carloads have b'-t' ti hip- "h'I h r..I,1 l uil ii i tt.o .1
pedl. Probalbly sO per ('ent. otf these, i" :ourut..r to ..'it, i Ii.
have gone to N ,w Yoirk tIt' i',,t t t ripo rio i -. at t'k ,acr rk w t a 1 ,< (i f
Philadlelphia. B altim ore ,l4h t 1oiu ar i lM),1',! ,if l l, th,' turk of .L .ill.- '
Pittsburtg. Thtey have comlie i :mainly- ar la1' /, h:tI t ),.'lin w rh rth,-i. i,
f'rom Fort Valley. Montemiia. MN:r-i- entuininig han 1 u.'- t ha i '
villf ando A inericus. a i.-f dnteproining \!;( i-i r li. -
e'ast,-- whtrt-.. vh-,ii and l)w,-iilv
The following reports shiow how the Th- fli'.s i, is. '-i ait p o. ,.
'rol) has i ,oeen mloViit ,in( r. i ... .. .

you was an Esqui-ma and papa was
an Esqui-pa."-Chicago News.

If you have found a good thing.
share it with your fellows: if you have
got a good idea. tell it to the world:
If you have learned to get up in life,
don't tear down the steps or pull up
ladder. Multiply helps instead of hin-
drances: give a caress instead of a
kick. It is better to put on a patch
than to enlarge the hole.

At Rochester the Standard o(il Com-
pany was found guilty) of accepting
concessions from the filed tariff on



N Henry Watterson knew what he The just man seems to have no H

Washington. June 11.-"Have ; was writing about in the editorial col- place in politics. Pardon the -prts-j BEr4
hope?" said Senator Gore of Oklaho-j umns of the Louisville Courier-Jour-; sion. but le is as mulch at sea a
ma, this afternoon. "O)f course 1 ; nal when he said: fish out of water,. ie has no ho-n- nor1
have, and lots of it. But I have nio "The successful new;pap)er man abiiing place. Bo*h sides lo,: l" v
great expectations. Dr. Wilmer tel's often remains a nW- asper man. de- i hi' with sitl )icion. If ht- rn>'-! !'>
me that if my eyes had been treato- i spite chances for greater prominence (oilu.mns tile methols < '- ',' Accompafl
fifteen years ago the one he is no-w and greater compensation in business t hT' sa oS a h; wi1l1 i' ,I I. "A' A Comp
working on would probably have been or i n another l)rofession, finding con- nImthods wre pra'ti(',' :. hi ing Cas
saved: and that is how my case real- tntnient in congenial wo:-k. News- ies. ho i. lenoinice; .*.- 1i,,' Failed I
ly stands. I guess.. However. I am go- paper failures may be dliidei ro'tugh, s ii t-u, ( .a1l,.'. U:U.! 1:- 1 t, 0pe
ing to keep up the treatment during ly. into two (classes. Tht-y are the mein is. "pt hint WI t'" if h' is ,, !ie' an 'r
the democratic convention at Denve-. who cannot develop sufficient ability against his en-nii's for i.a.cticin T- Z,"
and in the campaign, and if things rcs nfiol
and in the campaign, and if things o make these for themselves either in precie, methods as toe, pursue. 1', CUTICUI
come out all right, I will submit to art newspaper work or out of it. andl men his friends, he is forthliwi lIt u"' "" WQO
operation next fall." who. thinking not of yesterday or to- the tai an.[ the v-rilict r'.ntr',
The blind senator was listening to morrow, but only of to-day. do ind(lif- against himn is "put him oult'"
a friend reading from Mill's "Elements f '-nt work and in the end roap as To be pp)luhlar, to lI' ,. en i *t,."I 'nI am nt
of Political Economy," at his boari- thy have sown. To the latter class standing, one tnlisr >-Is)n- t, with a hare
ing house No. 150S B Street, and wis tbeloing many bright young nien who "knock down- anil ", raI ,F-r varit' e two daho
as cheerful as a child out of school, become It relicts and are pointed to Is ie that "is nIot f,)r Tl' i- .llaii:r lit The tl,'t',r
cuff of hiothirt lssOr.eJ"!-ntI'f-"to)'- a~ll )in ei
He had been able to see one of the examples of the ',t-'I,,moraliiz'ng effect ()t' n a,.nnot he fiit. 1 i. j'-, I. r I,)1- an ointmen
cuffs of his shirt less than twenty-fo-r Of jouim rnalisT'ic work." etrant in politic- ;8i.i t,, ,,:tl; I. i a thetimem#.
hours before, and less than thr"-e Th., good! reporter inilisr b a st u- muisr ie i, pirti-a,,i i. : ii 1i,' :i ,," ji-! reniedv; i.
hours previously he had discerned t l' n!d 1 Of imen. wo en ain t e. e ts. Tile ,r a'-, viT -iiltl.tt '\ l tthe Ii !'. t' *.I day, th W n
he ad'lscrnd 'r''al'mi 0 :11 a& uj'rat\ said theo ,n



iied by Terrible Iotching'-w
liicated and Most Distress'.
oe-Well-kflowfl Remedies
to Cure-Dortor Thought
ration Necess~ary -Then


low eighty yesfl oid and om
jp years4 ago. I wa.,%t~ak on
d pain in my righ, ii..In
I had an atta('k to7
t~ )It~iiYIngandi1-)r'itr' 1t4
gave mu.' omtam" 4n V,- in
it fi~r thoim which h-.-i y
'I'litn I eatcsangel at, fto. 1 -
lit If I (11i 11"nt 1 j'4.. It .'*;-.-v
a11d got v -" Th-Y'o ,',
and1 twohi'loo-rat- -.i i
almtiut a t-ear ai ['A. 'VI t
fivo m-t' itth-' hiit i.Iiiorp(*.t

d v. "I'b-'v to*' all
I Wouildi goot 4 V 1:"JI~'
4) .Ae7.#'mnaa'''4a-
itch'lic'&. It f.' I .e- 1 '
k.-.Sh Ifiv hn'*I>. 'i S.nn
'I'iL-4 andtiVh.. pn- ?? 'tr-01~
)n ant ii .a(.,, 1 ra i t v nf.
t ho ('ut' :'va ~1.-
baffoi'teitl iart-. with ( :;fiuujy.
warin witt'-r 1.i the.,rn-)rn~nig.
n.'nt ton t ho, irrlaL.-. i Av
inJ.'i'tQN a i1';a~ititv o. i7 *
rni-tt with a ( Uti1'".r:t i.
mu'u ~*4 I. 'Ll I to *14 of t )4"Ii

V.-ti I'l I a ti t*-o-!?ru'*i t.A Jar
, it :' I V '. I itt. -da.N i
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fi\e lingers on one hand.
He declined to say anything for
putl)lication about those phenomenal
occurrlences, because hie feared ho
might raise false hopes in thie breasts
of his friends, but his joy was mani-
SAt the Episcopal eye. ear and throat.
hospital the house physician and the
internes were unmistakably pleased
with the turn things had taken.
"We just won't talk," they sail.
"However, see Dr. Wilmer and he will
tell you the news."
But that eminent oculist has beeri

-7 ,-T -i r<

Noth in ti Criminal annals of Georgia has spoken, and in no un-
the try, within recent years, has certain tones. She has said to her
attracted anything like the attention sister states of the south, and to the
of Caleb Powers long struggle for his! world at large, that her people have
icrty. the frequency with which his grown tired of agitation, weary of peol-
life .hx ulg in the balance and icids wh4ch laced them in a false light
finally the pardon which has just been, before the business world and caused
graad him by the governor of Ken-, them to be regarded as willing to
tucky deal unfairly with the outside invest-
It is inevitable that the action of!or whose money had been placed in
Governor Wilson will be commended I that state because of faith in their
and condemned. according to the view- willingness and ability to protect
point and perhaps the political con- property rights from destructive and
fictions of the critics, with quite as confiscatory legislation. This. and
much intensity of feeling as they have this alone, we believe, was the reason
spent upon the various phases of the which caused the people of Georgia
case up to this time to vote against what they believed
The murder of Governor Goebel was to be destructive policies, and in fa-
one of the most cold-blooded and at- vor of what they believed would prove
rocious in the history of Kentucky, or constructive and upbuilding forces.
indeed, of the whole country. Self No political movement for many
contained, resolute and determined, months has attracted so wide atten-
the master of all his passions, he had tion as the recent vote in Georgia.
fought his way to prominence and an l probably none for many years
command 4ntil he literally dominated, has hadil a more far-reaching effect
the political affairs of the state. The than will the decision of the people
machine he had organized was one of 01 (;eorgia. That state has led the
the most perfect in the history of way. Others must inevitably follow.
American p litics No southern state can afford to con-
But if he had strong friends, he had tinuo an opposite. policy when Geor-
implacable enemies, and when every gia leads so pre-eminently for the up-
fair means to defeat him had failed, building., constructive policy which its
they decided upon his death. Hisp0eol)le have so emphatically demand-
own hands were not free from blood. eod. For should other states fail to
and his death by violence was looked follow Georgia's lead,. the investing
upon by many as the act of an aveng- public would concentrate in Georgia
ing Nemesis. to such an extent that that state
But the fact that the governor of a wouldl rapidly surpass any others in


selves must be conslgnedl to the tiames
of patriotic indignation.
"The southern states have their
own prol)lems which they desire to
solve for the common good. The old
41ist''irbin presencee in our country of

great commonwealth had been ass- the south which preferred to follow a peol)le of African descent became
assinated from ambush on the grounds in the lead of the agitator whose poli- wor serious than ever because the
of the state capitol sent a thrill of hor- cins make for destruction of public problem was loaded from 1S65 with
ror throughout the civilized world., and Cnfiene and of prosperity. new an insupportable conditions.
from that hour the vigilance of his The verdict of (;Georzia must inevi- These itg.e in the southern states
friends and relatives has been sleep- tablly seriously affect the political dis- .,r, e.rely turned(l loose with noth-
less in the effort to bring his. murder- cussio" o! th 'lay. It will t-nd to in= L:;;t th, i,,,wer ti vote an i oll
s to justice, Iturn theo thouil! of h,. pteol)e of al (tto' vit qualifi.atin.4. Theyv
It was estahlishf-,, that The fatal st actions ani all la: i, tack t)o -ame' r not(:.:. l .s a ':ler
shot was fired from a window in theo an,i coil.C!-i ai\ dt l.r, naitell. (o cor- 1) i ^ i,, . tt, iti ..v fe as a
office of the secret' ary of stat,-. pl -'"oa!i n- ld< at 'h, >a.i<* time p)rov' .,, l s, pth<-i peol,' Bat the
al' hough Calel Powers himself was 0 Tb;< l, il() l !h:1 t tl-'uih the i'aOd) i" s i as:iu'-,i ti, l, ur.ir and tl,
known to be aibsent from Tho ('itv. of thli (1' ,'ilt'V !1;i\ ait tiluts l11a1 as1-r1in is .,, ma,t,' th t n, 1',,
Evidence was lwproduce,l. however 1 i grea .,lO tnti ,rs mt th handling of e o- o t rl
coin 'i hil w.ith t cl'illle as aCC+ imtimic qrt-S*ioi.. 1t" ,t,',1-
eC0onnel hi4 with th c a c s b iii1> t' .t l n n".rs r.ay, '. i:l A h real kind-
o.-y before the lac' ,',1 ,' i i:- T l'll I r t "I 1r t (', t lt,.' lit ) )l.. o t i. s, miti-
He wa- arres et 1at,1 lo,!, 1 :!i jai I\. It iii:';- l \e a.!. ,> 'W .l1in ', AW'I naiioi hay. ."iislavx
and therr lie has r-mniain,, without It,-,i,'Ii( a aII .. o'f it t i a- i h a 1 (); , I 11 a.- rain lit th' ll
bail for more than eight. vF;s. -our To: !r wh)m th- ha, ben misl+d. into hat ivi<-:al. iTJu llienm m.oral
times he has b-en trio-,i for his life. G.ia ha.s qoiciken, the lught ofwIi]is t h in.ii )a1ld
tanhoI tow It-'I tih th,.l isou; h. Tht!)l:
Three times he was found guilty, and teh a l taiee t lh. whole sonih. They 1(qualiticari)n 4(0 a valuah)l, p)ot)ulation.
as often the court of appeals has re- merc what cap ae accomplished \whn, The southern s:aes have more than
versed the verdict on the ground of merchants, manufacturers, farmers. .4 of this race to care for, all,!
error The fourth andt last trial, only laboring men. clerks and all others the southern people are qalified to I
a few months ago. resulted in a mis- bandt othemsl1es To(gether determined execute the tru.-t justly. ben,-volentlv
trial, with the jury standing tent t o tE v he right anti to down the wron. anil for the genral welfare. It is.
two in favor of acquittal. Every uP>uilding force in the south therefore, insisted that the hindering
There are thousand.-, ot Goebel ad- is strengthened. Every man whose intermeddling with the purl)oses to
herents in Kenitucky who are chag- work means the enrichment of the righteously solve this problem shall
rined at the turn affairs have taken. south as against the impoverishment cease-: for whatever the motive may
Nothing but the blood of Caleb Pow- wrought lby the agitator has his hands e. su iuh terfet-rnce is misdirected,
ers would have satisfied them. But strengthened by the result in Georgia. hurtful ani oftt e!opn to suspicion as
it is safe to sayv. as Governor Willson Georgia calls the people of the south being accompalnied1 with insincerity.
himself has said in giving the reasons to united effort against the agitator selfishness or ignorance of southern
for granting a pardon, that a large and unto victory in the u)building i conditions.-
majorgra of the people of Ken t, k this section, which as vet has scarcely
Mai of th pepl of K c,% commenced its real work of develop- csc ~\ros
are co-inced of his innocence. The commenced its real work of develop- FREE DIVORCE
S -W ,ment.-Baltimore Manufacturer's Re-
petition presented in his behalf was -c
one of the largest ever gathered in cor The St. Louis Post Dispatch notes
the interest of a condemned man. It THE WHOOPING COUGH that since most of the states appear
was signed by members of all classes to be unwilling to restrict divorce in
and both political parties. There's a red-faced little fellow sitting any way. and that as trials in a major-
The sentiment is strong that in the bolt upright in bed. ity of cases are preposterous. the
absence of more direct and conclus- and his mother's sitting by him. hold- thing aimed at in most states being
ire evidence connecting Caleb Pow- ing tenderly his head. the lawful annulment of the marriage
ers with the crime charged against All his struggles are quite futile and contract with the greatest ease, the
him. he has been punished sufficiently our eyes, fill up with tears thing to dlo is to make divorce as easy
by the eight long years of imprison- As we watch the tin, sufferer: for as marriage. The Post-Dispatch con-
mient he has been forced to undergo. we cannot hide our fears. tinues:
The admiration of every one who There are some who see our weakness "In most cases people are ivorced
loves courage and fortitude has been. and at us we know they scoff: because the want to be and they
challenged by the magnificent fight he[But it's mighty hard. I tell you, when choose the grounds with as much re-
azar.1 for personal taste anti ouvn-
has made with a halter about his neck.( your boy's got whooping cough. iari cor passthe tawl and cohven-
On the whole we feel sure that the i eny s ctheywould a new hat or a
action of Governor Willson has metI it is mighty hard to hear him in the n"% Sui Ttp"s i, such a varietyv of
with ever general approval, anti at middle of the night lawful causes and each one has so
the same time the years which Pow- Give a whoop that fairly chills you nany admnissal)le phases tha an al-
plicant hias a widAe range for selection.
ers has spent in the shadow of an and that wakes you in a fright: icant had a wir being pra ctically cer-n.
ignominious death will have a whole- It is hard to see him rasping for hNs thi int desirt a beino prarically cer-
some and( restraining influence tupon breath and know that you tam n an No reor in
partisan bitterness wherever and Mus' i.ti- stand and watch him. for silht, after year's of agitation, w.1y
whenever the tragic story of Kentucky there's nothing you can do. should not (ivorcs I han le',i it
is recalled-Atlanta .Journal. Yes. it sets your heart to aching when With no more formality than is in-
I .... I sisied IliOi

the siwllliaig ilied toest

THE FOOL THAT ROCKS THEThe little fellow tumble back as hdlp- riage license"
BOAT lhsi a. can be.
r-WMArLI LJA -A Ai r~c LAA P d-

able farm and indi.- rial labor. The
question is often asked by the intel-
ligent and thrifty immigrant if you
have good roads. Th<, most desirable
imni'grant com-ns from a country
where he is accustomed to good roads
and if he is located where the roads
are almost impassable for the greater
part of the year. he will remain no
longer than to make anl harvest the
first crop-.l-John H. Bankhlad. Al-&
b)ama. "'


If you have on hand to sell, or If you
are thinking of coming to Florida
to m-ke it your home, or if
you desire to Invest in
any kind of Florida

Ocala, Fla.

A son of High Mark, No. 1594. Dam,
by a son of Edwin Forest
This is a pure-bred saddle stallion,
three years old; a handsome brown
colt, 16 hands high. He will be allow-
ed to serve a limited number of mares
at $5 per service, or $10 for the sea-
son. This colt served five mares last
season and four of them are known
to be in foal-the other mare had not
been heard from. Money is due when
service is rendered, and liens retained!
3n all colts where the service fee is
not fully paid.
A good mule jack. Will make the
present season at $5 per service; $10 1
for the season, or $15 to insure a liv-
Ing colt. Liens retained on colts for
service fee.
This stallion and jack will make the
season of 1908 at Dungarven Farm,
one and one-half miles west of Or-
ange Lake. The season for these an-
imals will close July 15, and no mares
will be served after that date. 3-20tf
S. H. Goitsliill I



"The people of the south have made Good roads are the most potential
history which teaches moral and civic land successful immigrating agents in
virtues by example, and they are this country. The most desirable far-
greatly concerned in the narration of'mers and the bust wives and help-
their deeds and the fair statements of! meets are the young men and the
their motives. In beginning to dis- young women raised on the arms.
charge this duty as to their own re-, Under existing conditions they are
cent history, the southern people were continually drifting to the towns and
startled by the discovery that the i cities. They are progressive and
youth of the country were threatened social in their nature, and will not
with a perpetuation of sectional remain on the farm unless they can
strife through the evil influences of have those benefits and pleasures
sectional literature. History books that association and companionship
were complacently presented for afford. The loneliness of the country
adoption by school boards, although home, away from neighbors and
infested with sectional unfairness, friends, where the schools and the
Statements were printed in such books churches are poorly maintained,
which were but half truths, while where the farmer and his wife and
truths were so adulterated with errors children are denied the advantages of
as to be no longer true and pure, educational and religious training, are
while paragraphs were adroitly con- the principal causes for the removal
structed so as to carry concealed the of large numbers of our people from
deadly dagger of misrepresentation, the country to the towns and cities.
It was evident that duty demanded re- The farmer is seeking better advan-
sistance to tbis corrul)tion of a litera- tags for his family, and unless the
ture pretending to be historical truth, country can be made to supply, in
andl it is gratifying to know that tne sonime measure, these benefits, there
effort to strike down the pernicious will continue to be a congestion of
evil has been rewarded by considera-1 population in the cities.
bIle success, but the strict exclusion We send a commission to Europe to
of all unfair publications must be vig-j investigate the question of immigra-
orously llnforcedt(, and the books thenm- tion bureaus in order to secure desir-

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nd Semi

annual Challenge Sale

Begins at

Rain or Shine

Ocala, Florida

Sale IBeqins Saturday June 20th at 9:30 a. m.

Sale Ends July 4th.


Worth of new and Seasonable Merchandise, will be sold during this Sale at prices never before heard of in Marc
County. This Great Bargain Carnival will be the most talked of event ever occurring in this city. It is not a ma
ter of dollars and cents but it is a matter of reducing stock.

We have been doing business in Ocala for the past 9 years and in that time I don't think we have ever pub
m ending item during any of our Sales, and the prices below will be as advertised. Don't fail to attend.

wished or advertised a

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Sale begins Saturday

June 20. at 9:30 a.

m. COME.

8 cents

5 cents.

MRS. HANDLESMAN will be in Ocala to look
after this sale and meet her old friends,

and a cordial welcome is extended to





A. FRANK. Manager.

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June 19. preparing for

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NEWS NOTES ROM STANTONmany advantages i ha-s over all other GRAHAMVILLE AND CONNOR of grain and provisions, and the H. FAIRFIELD FACTS
lilmE SNOTES FROM STANTON Nan."nad g i i. .... :
Spaces on the lake.--- Masters Co., and Rheinauer's Dry i v
Stanton, Fla., June 13, 190S. Work has begun on a good.-sub- .Secial Cor. Ocala Banner: Good..s -.us, whole-"al ,.of dr .l..
tr o it lak I All the small boys in our lC alages l a. .... tl('f. : are ejoylng solk' beautiul
t Editor Ocala Banner:i tTnial_ dock. to run out in the lake a, ee. tese days "winding up the s y ,tl, n light iihts nw and th young
We have been reading in the Ban- ,, ^fee. to feet of water at its pres- eagle.' The bird will scream on the .....i .It '"r(* 'oi,',,atl, ,!,oe raking ;ioi\aatnrag of them
mr and Star what people had to say ent stage, which is the lowest ever Fotirth Be sure andl closp yotir shols hn. itill Wilo 1 u.'.o tittl- localss ir-
about our town and us people, anti known by the oldest inhabitant. Along andti listen: ;ai! Doets nt o n t f th Ci.lit-,t i lL r ach
ato express our thanks for all teach side of the walk to the dock will "Irrigsation v<. Frost' The discus- ai arrant. with some wols,.-aiet rec
te good things said about Stanton be dressing booths. There will be sion of th- efficacy of tar'ts in the', Poi' that is ntnirely ot ,1 xour ill t nr1 who nths ,nis
,Slf t" so ill f' r he past three nlloflihs. is
*a its dtizens by those writers. But room for forty or more of these rooms, orchards luring their month following ,t If) joic00e t oo l, or still i a v'v critical condition, but
tere were some who made expres- large enough for all purposes intend- h- development of fruit buds and o l . w hp o h'a o hins recovery vtry
[t) \o r horll, shs 'ihen( 14- i"ho (I tBv wepopent ofoar a" his ti2!,VO'Vand;
m and remarks not so favorable. ed. The dock will be a public affair during which time frost rmay yet come o your hom c soon
md we suppose those were not in- for all. but those rooms are for those to nii the fruit, has elicited a state-i dllar of taxe in y otur common-
we I p ttoenip frit, aselicited a Messt. (1 lar istfuk and.Jiii
anied of the tact that Stanton did paying $1 and upwards, and are pri- ment from a lady orchardlis! in he walth-kMarion.. s r. Ca isr n r
not know that the picnickers were vate to some extent. Only on occas- vicinity of this city concerning, her T hi w hole 4tjion east of the Ok- Soak wre p lasa istos in oJr
honing here, as the same wastto be I)IlA
eciug here, as the same was to be ions of gatherings will they be thrown experiment with water and its results lavwaha stnls its inc(o ,-s! thanii tw T arnoO.
-pulled off" at East Lake, as well as open to all not being subscribers, at two years ago, whtn a good many iou n rIl peal r so many Mr. J. lohrig of Ocala was er
of r. nows oangs, noina chrge Bu to-''" timesl to the' Ocala Foundry and a-on business the, first of last week.
owe of Mr. Snow's oranges. a nominal charge. But to give non- fruit buds suffered from a late visit or chine torks fot the courtey in sun W'e regret very much to say that
The writer circulated amongst the residents and subscribers a chance to TWO by Jack Frost. says the Yakima the i hieMr and iss Dela Smith. one of Fairfiehl's
crowd considerably, and heard a good have private rooms altogether, we iWashington) Republic. This woman )rsi t b h hle r n
ay remarks, pro and con, about make this proposition: For $1 we will had conceived the idea that water in Mrs. \V. Carlton were ill most attractive young ladies, left our
our town and people, and was convinc- allow five feet of walk which is te int rv in he rard hot' o htr parents, 'r. and Mirs. midstwhr shrswill attend tallahasseehr
peoleandwasconin- allow five feet of walk (which is, thle sffioient ointi~tiiv in the orchard hieI Iwe-se ilatn tetahr

Special Cor. Ocala Bar.nr:
Miss s Rosalie andl Miriam Cnnur
of Ocala ar visiting Mr. (1 \V\ Wa
-Mrs. \V. P. Pil.ans 1)f )rldn, 1, r
spen-ling some weeks v:th h-r s,)n
Mr. J. C. Piilans.
Miss Dixie Pillans has r-'turn- f
from Ocala, where sh, went to ha'.-'
some dental work done.
Some of our young people are blwk-
ing forward with much pleasure to an
excursion on the Oklawaha river Sa-
,irlay from Connor to Silver Springs.
Mrs. Annie Holly of Tampa wi l
spend the summer with her sister.
Mrs.. Mary Holly. We are pleased )
learn that Miss Tillie. who ha. beeu
very sick, is improving.
The election is over. antl the candy;
dates will soon know w-hn'. w, E..-






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(Wruttema tr the Ocala Banner.)
I VP &Ue. and was sick ani

A" I woN red If our "luck" was al-
ways b,
Avd if o* earth there was a cure for
The ailleats that to our lot did fail.
A 1d 4 thought of the fabled "Fountain
of Youth"
Tha Posee de Leon-if we are tollI
the truth-
Did Not nd in this fair state of ours,
Which he, and others, called the
"Land of Flowers."
8o up I rose. and traveled about,
SAD over the state, and by every
To try if I could discover at last
This panacea that was talked of long
And I suddenly came upon the spring
S"That I knew my youth to me would
And I bathed. and bathed, and lo! I
could see
That I became beautiful-as beautiful
could be.

My eyes were bright and my hair was
My skin was lovely, and I was strong.
I felt happy. an'd young, and free from
And with my voice Jenny Lind's could
not compare.
As I looked in the depths of this foun-
tain so clear.
And saw my image, aF in a mirror
More beautiful even than Cleopat-i
S t of old:
Thent I knew tha' the half had not
been told.

So I danced and sang. and sang again.
To think that my burden of age and
Was gone: and that I would forever
be young:
It was beyond belief, but as I sung
A vague unrest began to trouble my
And I wondered, after all. if it were
If the whole world could have pe.-
petual youth.
Inexperienced. irresponsible, this
would be the truth.
What would become of the weighty
uratters of state.
r And important affairs that have come
up of late.
For without experience and wisdom 3f
The affairs of the nation would co!-
u lapse at this stag?.
And then I awoke-for It was al;.
And I had no regret for what "might
have been."
We must work and wail. and bear our
For the Lord has given ul a fair do-

f. main
V In which to liv'. and be1 happy, and
In the knowledge that it we do our

We will find "up) yonder'
i land
Of perpetual youth, and a
To lead us up) through
To the perfect happiness

a bWautiful
loving handI
the pearly
that for u-

A ft,,r ,i. t,riic lif t,.,n y..-:i r f ."
< h r.n i< ittiii. a ntid*n ;tTI( i-T:ili tL " ':"
iw <, h u ndlr -d i a-.- nvi- h I ,,ri, ;- lD Ki "ng. N,'
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I -RI The press is discussing Secretary
(Written for the Ocala Banner.) Root's illumination of the clause of
See lovely roses saluting each other,.the constitution that "no state shall,
Look at the herds all at peace on without the consent of congress, en-
the plain: 'ter into any agreement or campact
Man, and few women, make war on witb another state," namely, that the",
their brother, can enter into any number of agree-
And laugh in their hearts at his lments with the consent of congress.
peril and pain. The New York Evening Mail says that
Shamed by the beasts that go down this cuts the obstruction clear that
on the plain, was supposed to exist preventing
states from having agreements in uni-
Is it worth while that we jostle a form legislation for divorce, labor, wa-
brother. ter rights, taxation, interstate coin-
Bearing his load on the rough road merce. etc., because the consent of
of life; congress could be appealed to for
Is it Christ-like that we jeer at each proper measures. It goes on to say:
other "Thus the gap that has always ex-
In the blackness of heart? That we isted between the jurisdiction of the
war to the knife? nation and that of the Individual
God pity us all in their pitiful strife, state is bridged over. Thus an agen-
cy is found for policing that 'no man's
Is any miserliness so mean as that land' between the two jurisdictions, in
which holds words of approbation in which licensed injustice and govera-
the heart unspoken when noble lives ment ineffectiveness have conspired
are being censured near us, which our to work evil. Th,? measured words
words of approbation would cheer andti of Secretary Root do not exaggerate
delight? Three cheers for Gen. Gil- the prospect that is before us if we
christ, one of nature's. truest noble- will avail ourselves of it: 'I regard
men. All honor to our appreciated this meeting as making a new depar-
editor who so proudly waves our Ban- ture-the beginning of an era in
ner to give comfort (that "rocking which the states of the union will e<-
chair"). joy (that "fan"i. also cheer ercise their reserved powers upon a
(those "pindars"), hope and encour- higher plan of patriotism and love of
agement to the noblest knight of all. country than has ever existed before.'
Editor Harris is as true as steel and Th, Buffalo Express. after citing
does not lower his colors even to those common legislation, such as primary
"dear, good women" who join in the laws. public utilities laws, etc.. say5:
hue and cry of crucifying and helping "Since the states are already so
blast the reputation of two reputable close together, it perhaps would be
citizens, whose home lives are gentle less difficult than might be supposed
and pure. and whose public records for a succession of such conferences
are without spot or blemish. The wri- as the one nov. meeting to agree up:fn
ter believes that "good women" should j and bring about the adoption of some
show womanliness of character. Let general policies on such subjects as-
their standard be so high as to be the preservation of forests ?ud mnine3
looked up to with the greatest respect and the improvement of wa.er cour'.-
and deference. Never to blush for be-. es. And it is hardly conceivable that
ing reproved in public for trying to congress would refuse to ratify any
blight characters like those of Gen. agreement which the states might
A. W. Gilchrist an i Attorney Duncan reach in this matter. The experiment
U. Fletcher. whose records do not i5 worth trying at any rate. It may
show that they have been boan'i to l)rove to ho a new force in our go"-
the cohorts of evil. Indeed. their lives ernmeni which will lead to a solution
are such that ought to be treasured of mnianyv vexing prol)lems.
with reverence in every Christian:-
home. Their lives have been on thel THINKS IT SAVED HIS LIFE
side of temperance andi the people of '
So L-st..-r M. Nelson of Napl.?s. Maine,
GTod .-.; -a .; / -.... v- I" ns, lattor- 11 hqvp l Im od 1C

II \. ii nta i t 'i Ie'L I te .- na. ve
Dr. King's New Discovery for many
Don't look for flaws as you go through years for co.ighs and colds, and I think
l it saved my life. I have found it a re-
life. liable remedy for throat and lung
Xndl even when you find them. (complaints, andl would no more be
It i wise and kind to somewhat i without a bottle than I would be with-
out food." For nearly forty years New
blind. Discovery has stood at the head c-f
And look tor the .irTni behind throat and lung remedies. As a pre-
ventive of pneumonia and healer ot
them: weak lungs it has no equal. Sold un-
For the cloudest nighi has a hint of der guarantee at Tydings & Co. drug-
light store. 50c. ar, $1. Trial bottle free. x
Somewhere in its shadiow- hiding: VIRGIL. THE POET OF ITALY
It is better bIy far to hunT for a star
Than the spots on the su,. abiding. Beneath 1, !- mining blue Italian

Th- current of life runs e.-zr away
To the bosom of God's great ocean:
Don't set your force againstt the river's
And think to alter its motion.
Don't waste a frown on the universe--
Rieember it lived before you:
Don't butt at the storm with your
puny form,
But bend, and let it go o'er "..
The world will vneir ldjnsi it-+elf
To suit your whi:,s. to th l-t'eor.
Some thing-s mus! o wronu your
whole life lite.
AII the sooner you kt.ow it :h." bet-

It is folly to fight with the Infinjie.


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Tips. Spinach, Rheubarb, Kraut, Corn, Peas, Stringless Beans, Lima Beans, Lobsters,
Shrimp and everything canned that is good and wholesome.

BUT Brand, Red Currant, Quince and Apple Jelly just can't
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In )io o k i ,fl o v tr fl .! (',''' io- i !' ,,I in ,() (' I T h' *4 ,
'0!'o r .Iau'ary 27. 9, w ,- '%v t t- h is l t i U K ' j . 1

'...t,. irT. r sIet. i;n oinle (it rht -.'
c'.-ti:-!. .or at \ti v l;t,;'_ an, o npT ... 1
j *p, o M io ol l r' --.
i in -pfki~r.,- to t)-,,- q'r'--' ion. 1<1,;
B .nj fiH. liiil uf ( ,o;-gia. -wat- the, '-
t: Tar iv'!n 't of two V i s'1;!r s Ihjtt
('filaim iiind his II Isoin;U] oi,-A 2, .1vtion.
1on1- of it "'loyal' (itil i for a La'.,.
1 iii ami which was ,ip '*,for, r ,-
grle-s or sf t-,tle en: h.- oth'-r i' '
I"caim" rif a "disloyal" l.-.:oi, abnt
which ht- nai(on did4 not (con(c'-rn it-
Th I two pj'tiir.- e !iose two s Fies of
southern lifo and show what The soUtrh
passed through and .utfrepo in s'-
If the reader has nothing else bet-
Tf-r to do. these Two pictures may in-
Teresr him. and especially as they ?r,,
so pleasingly and graphically told.
Mr. Hill said:
Mr. President, perhaps 1 ought uot
to take the time of the senate, but I
will give my idea of the character of
these war claims, loyal and disloyal,
by an illustration from real incident;.
I will give you first the character of a
claim that will not be paid. and it is a
type of many millions. Early in the
month of September, 1865., it became
i necessary for me. in the discharge o;
a professional engagement, to trav-
el one hundred miles in the immedidt,?
track of Sherman's march through
Georgia. One day. about two o'clock
in the afternoon. I became exceeding-
ly hungry. I said to the youth who
was driving the horse: "You must stop
at ihe first favorable opportunity and
let me get something to eat." I shall
never forget the expression of the
young man. "Ah!" says he. "mister. I
don't reckon you will find anything
you will consider fit to eat in this part
of the country; Sherman has be;-
along here." "Well," I said. "but th.-
people in this part of the country liv?
on something, do they not?" "Oh, yes,
but I don't hardly know how it is they
live: they seem to live, though.'
"Well," I said, "I can live one day -n
What they live on constantly, I an
pretty sure, and therefore we will
f stop at the most favorable chance ap-
Sparent." It was not long before w'e
came to a very good looking frame
building, two stories high, a dwelling
of a character very well known in ihe
south, containing six rooms, well
built, andI indicating In former tinfs
a country family well-to-do in the
world The fencing was all gon*.
The chimneys were standing on Ihe
outside, showing that the outhouse's
had I been burned, bin rthere stood "h,
main ,twelling, and I said lto tho Vou n
man: 'Stop hero. andi I will see if I
C lan t som thing o ,at '"--an,! I
, .in in. was met at the dloor !i v
a \ -ry ,xcellent-looking lady, modest.
b'.i evidently refined andi edlucated(. 'is
she turned out to be-a country lady
of great hospitality, but with evidence
or poverty all around her. and ste
looked prematurely old. She said ti
me when I made known my purpose
of stopping: "Why. my (lear sir. I
would be glad to give you anything
that I could, but I have nothing that

you will have I suppose, nothing that
I feel inclined to offer you." "Anything
that you have." 1 said. "will suit m-,
because I am exceedingly hungry."
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'n t, i ..- r t h. ,r fa ,I ;"'-'i ... K
Sshe wo'ild ii',." 'r leave i --r '1.d,-' ..
circ luln.l-anl -e#-, ri tnd .e r'-i:.iut'l '.''I
her. But to makp a ,l ng < )to- shir,-.
every?]hiin- they had w-.; taken. .',
the stoci<, all" th- prol i-icns. w-re iT:-
ken away. Evrx'Thinr that cwoild i ;
be take-n away vwas kllll o:" brokt-:-
or burned, excir 1one c(OW. two bantKs
of potatoes, and one -miall crib (
Co'ln. The covw wa-s a\'i ,y A-int
Millie claiming ir as -'7 own. which
she did for the purpose of saving it
The corn crib was sav-.d in this "av:
SThe lady sat in the heus- with h-,,r
three children and saw ev-r\ thing b,-
ing burned. Seeing t e torch abi,'t
to be applied to the last corn crib sl:.
summoned courage and went out with
her babe in her arms and her two lit-
tie children by her side. and said to
the officer who seemed to have charg.-
of the sport: "Sir. have you a fa.n-
ily at home"' The officer said he had

a wife and two children. "What
would you think," she said. "if a south-
ern army should pass through your
country and take the la s mouthful ot
bread yourr wife and children ha<,?"
The officer was a man. Fe lifted his
hat most gallantly and then said to
his squad: "Don't fire that crib." ani
said to the squad in the garden. "
"Don't disturb further those potatoes.",i
and this is the way the lady saved th-c
crib of corn and banks of potatoes.
In the meantime the squad had goni
into the house, pulled own all th?
pictures, defaced the walls, broke a'l
the furniture, broke everything shh
had in the shape of kitchen utensils.
and carried off all her silverware an c
cutlery. The last she saw ihey wer'
pulling the covering from the gra"'o
of her husband and supposing th.y
were going to take his olody off she
fainted away. But Aunt M ilie stop-
ped them by telling them. "for God's
sake not to make war o n th dead.'"
and they left. This is a lit.-al fizct.
That woman had raised- pato'h of
one acre of potatoes and! -ri" ;ill,
field of corn. workinai i wh ih'i 'own
hands mand aild h y this .l "onan, ;
Aunt Millie. and! ,.r th-,t, 'i le c.i!il
,ren. andl they had live.! ,n ',r s.Aant
allowance from the tinie -Sh'rni lin's
army asset h y buntilI in -' 'i,,r.
Now, that wiomnan will n ver <' here to have h r losses r,;rei ; -hw
will n ever comn,' here with a (l.iiin be-
fore congress and ask fo"I '(o tIll e Siia-
Ion. And now I will iv- y ,i.u totu1r. r

claim. x few wof-ks af,-,i' I took
!seat as a 111(,1111wer of the other hoils-,
I in the Fort y-Fou rt h Conpg-rpss I
ed a cartl one day by a 11jessenger 1*10'*')
said that a IadV dfsired to see nie
in the spealier's reception room. I
went in. She was exceedingly well
dressed. She had velvet and diamonds
and laces all over her, anI the fir:,-
speech she made to me was to express
the great gratification of all Geor-
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vote-[ saw the saine claim parale(i
throul-h Th- tiorb-rn Pr---;s n tap
campaign of V--74 as i-Nidence that it'
the solitht-rn democrats f-ver did go-t
hore in power anti the democratic
party had the majority. they would
take everything there was in the
treasury. Now. slculd I %(-tp to tax
that woman who fed nie on the #-Kgs,
anti potatoes to pay this woman in
velvet. laces and diamonds?

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Two Incidents of the War Graphically Told By the
Late Hon. Benjiman H. Hill, of Georgia.

Just after the close or the civil war ,She and hEx husband s,.trtld that
a great many claims were presented place and built that hou,.-: they hadt
To congress for losses said to have 'about one thousand ac:- of la'- 1.
i been sustained during the ereat c:in- thirty slaves, and all il-.] -.i prsonatl-
fliet by "loyal citizens." ity, and w<-r,, entirely .,V ,i .ieht. :ind
SThese claims wore not only for il.- perfectly happy. Th-v i, :a.i rt'.,.
actual bisses sustained, bulr n eiul',l childre-n bh rn to thq-n. ;T ,.-t ,.T
Also spe-culative, an,' :: q'e'n int1 the imni of nmy i-iT ,.i : h'I;, o!1, \'
l kos5 . th, -;inj as in ,a'.a- =-:)1oi' \ .ars oll.

dently the letter was 2VUu1DO 0" not
dictated by & woman- But I Will say
0 in justice to General Sherman that
0'am satisfied that he gave the letter
limore on account of the woman s
band, who was a Federal officer. than
0, on account of h-er claim. I assume
,,and believe he did.
But I asked this- lady -what I., votir
o.claim for*'- "Why.- ,.he haid. "(or;I
PIPersonal propf.rty destroved by Sher-!
man's arruy.- 'How niiich is volir'
claini for'"' hiindro-d thoiisani
i1ollars," "h+-reiipon I I)#--
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Oppo-i-p rannsr firnre, a
no _,ood, -h#- finally % aid to nio, that 1'10CALA FLO R I DA
had to vott, for hf..r hill: that ,h#.. hld
a -,rreat rian, fri#,.nds arnmiz th#- n,-%%.%
paiwr nitri. tnl :h+- ;ometimo-4; wro,' -
for the w-wspajw-rs herself.- anti. ltw)k 1110ROUGHBRID PlutTly
ing at me wilh all th+- air (if conir.! tnql FOR SALE
and of one having authority. sh-
KiloMle ;--IAnd Ht,41%%
Mr. Hill. if you tion't %ote for i:t%
you will no-ver go to the barro-til kl)ek-,
Thereupon I mal+- the la,4y it Black Nfinson-an
g,,v+- h-r a flat ro.-fiisal to ha-, Anv- I I E N
thin,- to Io with ho.,r or h, r 1.,! -in i Also a few Plymouth Rock Boas. 81
left, Pach. .1 Eggs for 1jairting, V) Egg,
-p+-viiui-n,. of vhp ir- I unti: July I
itC?+-I' (of wnat .oti call som l-,,rn
claims. Tht. firs t ciaini will r,-%,-r ENTERPRISE POULTRY YORDS
conit, her+-: h+- ,#-cond and ea!,vs like MRIL W. M. SHOCKLEVs
iT will always Iw h#-r*-.- anl I thia
Love". rhL
same claim of for thv w-)nian
who to-canisk loyal toy marriag- and
Ifor whom rpiilplican, %t-r- r ad,; To i HIGH BRED STALLION I



0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 *
Registry No. 1,1;5n. Vol. V - 0
H. BEATIE of Rospndale. Mo. 0
has regigter*-d ;a tho Ro-gister 0
of the American Saddle Hors* 0
Breeders Assoclation, of 1,ouis. e
0 ville. Ky., the Bay Stallion.
Foaled may, 1%4!i, Marking-5.
Sire. Poindexter. No. 3
Grand Sire, Black Squirrel. 'No. 0
58. 0
Dam. Daisy B.. by Wild Rose.
No. 355; he by Montrose, Na.
106. 0
Second Dam. by Drenude 3rd. 0
by Old Drenude. 0
(Seal) I. B. NALL. See. 0
Louisville. Ky., Feb. 2. 1903. 0
Sold and transferred this Sth
day of October. 1907. to J. C.
Howell. Anthony. MrIda.


Awaln" hO&M 140 men
darnim" if you UM

All the pepular colors.
All the
Ms.-4: Egyptian
Cotton (medium or
light weight). Sold

n boxes of six jDairs
for 12.00.
Fox LADIXG: Eg"ti&n Cotton: Six
pairs for S2.00- A swaranin tuket
with mch pasr.

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f M* 'o

M. Fishel Says


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_"O ,.POW,, d by m""'s' TAFT NOMINATED!

iGreral Gilchrist Invited to be Chief Mr. B. Goldnman of the Globe is an Soction
tee's an old I0 rocker on our! Orator of the Day-Thousands exper:Inc. rchant. a er T o Chapter
(Comtpose y~rs.R D toe.: 'dGet s rds etwho ha-s .z !owi') in a e% all(c n i FRT D LU hir. 0 lrd
It rStays there night and day. Wi Greet Florida's Next1. ha-:,. I S ON FIRST BA: a (LU. i rI- v t.
the est nw Oa ... "" ,Governor a~ : ._ tf- va,1 ,, "' le',v o" I`",
M the resting Oae 01 a deacala. Fia.. ai:i ,. ":.:,'b i- ov- --n 'o in. s, ";, ch < No. :. ,at rh. :. i: ,
man Ocala. FTHE
Who is now g T.: agd an A::..Alr f W. Gilc-i-. J.acksonvil,. i at;'io'. he t. .f o. THE UNXPECTED DID NOT HAP y :'-?:-,e; hs ii ni,,::;
d is no y a nd ray.Ir .:.ad a' *r. PE'N-NO STAMPEDE FOR :'. qix deed. 1 si *, ,.
Shat old willow rker Lsar S.r-Ocaia jti, h-,r siser i-- P .),oet t ROOSEVELT i ,"
T at m e : oll rt exienfiin g ts) :ou h -r h ar rtiesT :. -e<-r is -.re- i f w '1 ir it :r: M'"i n ):e' ;'
m It wa ie: (h ( \ a,;o ^^ n 0 )r A(! Prominent Party Leaders Are :L an (
Bt Oas gie o aS ,-"h o l ;o," offii- within .:;'",.:. ; ai : .-. -v T. Nominated and Receive Srral Corn- ,
SA nld thal (dear ,n.,,. a,! of yT' r f..i",,;' :':z-n -. S.:ie ,opii.,'- *i'.;,: .;.r... -- : **i ,,-.v ; n e w ; i:, ^ . ,, i
An... d hophat d a s; ot ,- ,,: i-.a o .. : ..., ..w .,.1-, .. .7,.L .. *...:-.. plim entary Vote- Teddy's Italian tr , - e't
SHeaave il :o 1! n- a f. affar ,: wi : 1)rillinat '' : ..., :. .:--. Hand Dominated the Cor.vent;on. :,. l'i: l- ..ou. rang 2 .
Hie-gave ii 4o ,aa Ch.-.imna n !r, ..i.:"j ".. 2 a. Ti ,, i. ,i landI l.
Mc Isa h-itm- if and His Mantle Easily Falls o S~~ -~~ i~ fteisi
Afttr w were wedlo. in, T : .ur r '. no How li ie T though,. I musT "i e him .W dc1s.vi,. I-"W-- ', L- :'-,,"I'- .' "'*'- i in. ? War Secretary .- ah r'.i: arD in he nami
up: -n h 1 o.. w %;,i .-ac--- i her ,o ,c l .i rib i t in 1 h*s
Yes. give him ur p so Soin o in ,ut" rnonve :h:t. cala now -." : -t .s ", -I f ,t marv-Ious Convention hP ,il. ('hicaz.. T,,. i. ,<1 l,, .. i,n^,I according ;
Se r T -oi all i,\i;at: on TO hw,-r: hil t-:.,- ; hav:, tht hi rrth to- -.h- lirs ,r r n i. a. ""
Il-1 a.- o .;- -t l i h i n, a,:
*t ,,h.-.. h. atWit, ,:ia,!v t v. iD c:
JH e l e f t m e t O c arm f o r h i. :a l.. . ,; a"! ,' ) rat':t a ,: I lri -J))- tn(of-ln D a y o n' l. :-a -' : ,,":t i i i- .- r a l i s h m l no. o--'.n- -a It.; :- 'l' v" ;.(' .a--J ,t> r ."e i T- W ,"h d y : "
^ Jo n e s .,'Il ,i 4 .,. ;i'. 1':, l l; ys .; .v 'o !> h r ehi fi~ .,' '* n ,., ;,i ,,'ir a ,;v ,:-T' s.'- ;: < .: I ;r.! n .n s o f th e ti ck et. i : ., "-^ *' ^ "i-.o: *th d a y o f J.~n -'.
ones..'T. ShS-iU
For of children he hp. .or'. :t,1 t,)di '': i>a co:v nhi hnatr Thpre o .rlJos ph (t ('inn n 0t o i*i'iC.i wnn n '"a r .T. SIB wT R I"
.r, "~or o r ,- V1i ,-. .\lor, J ,,
^ ^ H e t r u s te d m e *o ( a -e f,,r t hl -nr o .. .. ,.x : ,,-: "- h ^ "ar ,' . i : h ,r~ i : s h il. -.. ,',in ,_ a r!h e G hlo b .o i a... '. s .. .. .. ..u^ l \ -i._ w Pj < ; : p 'l~,'! F o <-
He n d guid e their xfop r tho uG h. .. ... t.-u i:k r" .nni ,o.fi4ienrly \ i : :* -.Mr (_;,); i .an hop-s the Prer i lent Fai:-'anks w.- t, n a-. n. *. .
ASind Of thosguide chilren were hi. -N p^eic. that oiloe;a.ns will ,re -i *. in ,! his>:y of ti Glob--- y Governor Hanley of lndiia a. ;,'v- NOTICE
Six of those children were his bun U on a ocasin .' l to. rw. ne 2T ernor Hughes of New York was n,,l-t ..in -.
t:&T, h() 11r'- ..'o
m ne --- ut o r tyouon .-a:i cca ,I + .-4: i n tr ,i'r w. u'ne 2,,th.

Dear Mage. Their mother wVry respectfulivy. It i-. unique cai ed "A onfesion ,ated by Mr. Woolfor, of Ne.- York. I ion ,) a ., -
DeaFRANK ARRIS. I se" Mt. Goldrman *mcofesses William H. Taft was nominati.I by of Florida
A ed their thr n. ,Chin. Invitation Corn. 'hat h- ha.- m n)re goods lyinz like the Senator Burton of Kansas. Senator j Nori,:, i, here iv rha
And as their fath.-r and I hal knowvn ..i. pnv oin his ..helv.es than i n- Kncx of Pennsylvania was n)minared R!'Y. P'-(hasr of tax ceritica
each other for .ears. -O THE HON. JOSEPH BELL.-;e!-sar-v f!.r the alrnnnt of the f by Mr. Murph.,vof Pi -ttsbur. "sp h fi, ii ,r
He wished me for a mot her insl. COUNTY JUDGE se:ve or rlh, mood of the store. Mr. B. Foraker of Ohio was nomina.lt by rffic,. anl has made applicari,
M-y time- hae :i a' Tntion has u',-n ci.i to a;',)!inian ,;,, not want to a like the B. C. McCoy. editor of the Cosh'x-ron Lax deeti to issue in accordance
Many times hae. when weary and ri'a ter o ii-. ien n'an o uri -d his talents, so e Ohio Times. 1,w. Said certificate embrace
sa-Balloting Beghns in Marion county. Florida.t
I ]to a friend whose nan yOU l t on- ^ Balloting Begins L
And tire a d ifromsten theo cars of the ;' publish. b which you published as :- than he has now in bank to meet The first ballot of the convention. North half of southeast quart
Sat and listened to Gos I)recious paid matter in the, i sue, of the VWe.k-itl'" payment for these goods, and he which was taken at 4:3'( this after- southeast quarter and southwest
w 'ordl. ...
wr A vn^^ u.ly Star. of iate .iun -12th. 19 unier i"cnfesses" that he intends to begin noon for the presidential nominee of ter of southeast quarter of sou
And knelt by that chair to pray. Ith title. "Who Eutici H. W. Longa ,laughter of prices without delay in the party, resulted as follows: su t. rang 2t eas cT s
Ato Slaughter:" anl after qlorting. the o.'er to get the money to pay for the Taft. 703; Lafollette. 25; Foraker. said land being assessed at the t
A t e Inl bfr theg -'ra Iletter. -ou add. "Wh? I exraordinarv stock of goods that are 16: Cannon. 61: Fairbanks, 46: Knox. rhe issuance of such certificate
G o d : -, -=
d T .. I will sa in te first p!a<, thaIt the!now lying idle on his shelves. Ho 6: Hughes. 63: Roosevelt 3 Total, name of Henry T. Hall. nles
Aswilldsidinnthefiyet leachenthghthe thatlhiicetificateshallhberedeeme
As I did in rayer ech nigt, i Hon H w. Long and I have been "confesses" that his customers shall 979 in toltaw ax dee wil a
^ BI would ask Him to bless those dear i "^ " -- i . r-, ing toi- law tax deed will issue
I would ask Him to bless those dear friends for many years, extending far have the benefit growing out of the Convention Hall. Chicago. June IS. on on the 14th day of July, A. D
little ne...-The onmnoyminatinon fr hvethobn.fiMgrw.g utoath
litle o-nes. beyond the date of the birth of the great "cut in i prices that come "weal -The nomination of Mr. Taft was Witness my official signature
seal this the 8th day of June,
And help us all to live right. ; Honorablb County Judge. During the'or woe." "rain or shin-.* he will inau- made unanimous, and the convention S. T. SISTRU
In that chair I have rocked, my dear! last forty years some things of im-.zutratte tomorrow. adjourned at 5:2 until 1,)olock t- Circuit Court a
little babe. portance have transpired besile- the! The names ,of the goods are attract- morrow morning. Bv H. B. Fo.r
And sang to it songs of love; birth of the Honorable Coun.v Judge. ive To those who are connoisseurs of THE PRECHER IN POLI
How early in life it was taken away- All of us have not forgotten that there th.- fabrics of the loom, and the pric- THE CHER IN POLITICS NOTICE
It Is now with the angels above ws a time when it meant great per- L-s aro yet more attractive. In heCrutotoftei
Ssonal sacrifice and perhaps even per- Read. pondi,'. and make do,)ubly Upshaw. the Georgia prohibi- c Circuit of orida in a
tion emissary. who came to Tampa Marion County-In Chancery
No wonder I prize that old willow s onal danger to espouse, the caus- of s'ire,. visit th, store, compare the otensiblvyt o c a l Couny- I a nan
chair. Democracy against Negro and Repub-Iquality of the goods with other stocks otesbly o deliver temperanc le- Steven Riggins, Complainant. v
chair. tures. but whose real purposewsntignDfnat-r
Although it is worn and broken, lican opposition backed by Federaland the prices with other prices and tUres dclbut whose tore purpose, was naRigginsDfenlant-rd
SFor it brings to my mind bygone hap- Pressure. The old political warriors you will have no hesitation in making" soon disclose to be political, is dis- Cotru'
py V days were really such. and to compare ihem .-our purchas-s for all your summer puted. in his charge against General herein named, to-wit: Anna i
:withrithe byuthere reputablercitzofsthe and shetidshatetherequire
And some of which are too sad to be with the younger members of the par- needs at the (lobe. Gilchist by three reputable citizens e and she is hereby required
spoken, ty. without casting any reflections on It is .up to -he buvyer if he wants to; P t City, who make affidavit that ar t the bill of complaint f
Sn rno suh thincr a!,.:th-r1 1t h s cu- n o eor oAa
young Democrats, is. I asy. to compare save money ,.n the things he needs. no such t"h a that related by L'p- "" day of Au gut.9a
"Yes. that old willow chair is age.i and the labors of the polemic with the The good>: and the prices, indeed. shaw 1oc'curred We fear that U pshaw It is further ordered, that a c(
worn. campaigns an-d the privations and the are so inmitin, that it will pav any belon.gs t the Boggs-Bigham class of this order be published once a
Some. perhaps, would have thrown peril- of th., hero of wal, battles. flman or woman ini need of same to misgu1ed Peacher-politicians, who for eight consecutive weeks i
it away: The Honorable County .1uJi'i asks troy andt sr,, away for a rainy ,day. I not s ."ntl versed in .o -itics Oc .a B n a np per ub
But to me it is worth as much a- ever "Why? which is the only wo Il he Don't let so extrardinar all op- jar- their ti nt e s cont a. ojuntil tat .
before- adds to my letter. I a.k him !)y- wiha, :po!t i'uniiy 's~cApe you. charging at te mouth.-T-npa Evi-:i- S. T. SISTRI'
I value it more each day authority he cals ne to b,k ;or a! ling Nr-wj Clerk Circuit Court. Marion co
1 vau it morer eahdy v~tirt eCIS lt OI' k'r~ D IN PECR.
letter wriTtn in ehai ,,f a fre,:.nd. THE GREAT CHALLENGE SALE N TC CE mlaiant S SliciEo.
L That old willow chair is no beai:'. of al1d a worthy lvanl all honora)!e ftri'e. ,---- n
course. h,-- hapI)ened io) asp'r.' for o :c-., On Ju. 2-,'h. Mr Ash,,r Frank, the 'Of A ),ii.,T i,n to: ..,1 ,',,.,d,, NOTICE
B ut it w a w h ,-n it .- n v -n to w h. c L o .cT hap p ,en e.i by chan ce TO progressiv ,tr:a na aer of tpe Hoston S e.c: .- ax of C hapter .+ s. l aw >: t C C o the F'iftii
ie; . A nd hoe co m fortab'e. t ,. to sit in to "el T here i- no d in ."l tat t..'- r" has y--t ati:- .,ol(.t. .. . .. h si .mpr-. N notice i hereb : that I Iia!. Circuit of F lorida in and f.
,- *,. ,. B el Tt r 1i no W I^ Tid< 111 ,a ,* -.al, Cu nt I C an-ev'
r thai :t-.fee'.- u.,,f tit,, tt'moa!ib e in th;s c:-" i\\ii^ """"- -" "' " 4 o'ho R. Wiu liamt. Complainan
W hen I ha'i finish,, .n work at.: "': .1 .'u ;^: .ii i*. i H"n,' X bat i. i n > sal e-? 5;, ', ,.,:2'._ .. ., rt: ,: .:,. Charles w X. W hie er al. P

ants --eO r11 ilt,,rM (o st ue i w
L te*a. .very ta: for..-": ht'i.-,,lf ant ,ti< t- 1, i.-. a ct :ln,', t1,) the entire corn- m M er '2. A. A. ",,; 1 >a::- t! -: ants-Order- for Constructiv._
o fr or Aitii'n- 1 1fa a i ("*I I e- A. D. 1"1'4::6 1
i'ahis hi."h. o. le l" this dii- lav o ; n.t-rcial wor. i thar the 1 Boston Store rji -'" ) tat,0 J-ilv 1." 1 l ; v o ,
We have paddeid and cu...ion d that p r Sh. a; .1 ude car- into is: w i s.-ll: ch-aply than any wther June 2. A ") :. i t ., th t n
old w illow ch--ir. i o. p.rs seuni",i.t.t, aga -1s: t n'1 -1 iaa;li; t o- .. ..s co iered). r i te il i ie h t hie The Consolidated Chititu
P O t \ f I ) I. l l v t l a n !i n a1 i d P T l t 1 t ~, s a t i ~ t o ) o t ; i ; ' : im ; J n > : p a y o p r t o n t r t e
And a head-rest e ha e mai' f o:- ho l .. .. .: o.- said i .nr. : T" e :;i;a r s -a is p- a,'" to Applicato oi i y. a orporation uneo the a
it too : re,',ct on hini m-',Iv heca te 1 e- I 'ak. his Il il l*f Tood. cordance wit aw aid rs nsua e onh' Tawrati
And when ,ou corner 1, our little lo:ni .use in I:-- The cahus !: The r'ad!'r. of this paperr have t,01 embrace thet o;,lowi'?ng rhd i | ot h: st t
.a it der the lay of, te tata to Coh
That chair will be r-.aiy fo o :,,', '.-" T:,e ,*'- '.':- or the" tot ra tl.-e art,.'es ,-. mnit'a;tea te and the pric- ,; si tuatet .on Ta i n count. Fhor (-ut. ar.-," K. nrr. arnti th .
i& ',, .ltu:,Lz.' :- ":- r or t -' 1t; ti I is. ,il 'ts plainly jiv.n for each article iamni- i lot south halt of o an., n :,r ofIjtr)y i; ,,i in "hia ctuoe
Y es. that ol;i w ill .r ch : i, -, is- :' , n h-i -: i '.I,-r : ti l ,t in tIhe e i '. co vrin tw o entire h alf of lot s;. sub of w, st ha lf of nor 'rh- ,f,!.o. i h e- ,:th day of
yettil 'ttee tsti-,n -) t,)A-i
y e t i --'.t- '.* ,, l \ .,l t -" u ,iaf.t a t -:- p a e ,- o t t i! . O c a la B a n n ,r .p s q a r te r. s e c t i r .- t')w ,' s h i I 7. -, *
SOulth. range47 tc's. I' forh T o',,t' ,ir tt:-t cc
It's in our family still she P::'. r. "h. l is t,, P tIli .i- M A P Frank :as conluc(:. i mill anid lan d beitatt ,s i u t .
A nd tht, a od- i m an w ho r .- in it ,.: ,,t 'V Sc"i a-. a ",'tm p-','r i' c<>:!- f t ,or-:. .a'e. in u o s c1i-i s in tt l'.a d.. 3 ... '. 5i ,t h !sOi' H .1. ''ii -h di ,1rcc a
Is dear old Uncle WVi; t,:'> v h ,;..ii .1a -,a% li, tono-alble .1lu~l'' 'ha- ht- oEt h... o' C" Aa un'> ,. in l ic -s t.h0 al. El er. ( T. L H.\:jiron. an .i, n i a Bal n rntv a l, l tatr p
ill! -Ilm- that "- ha- ov r wil ap- known. ('nlos, s-. t;tiic't
..'. A. .u h & .1 T1, -,tifi (' l:+,.n h it i1 s h lt! c ', t 1 l : a d I ta t-
THE SECCOND PRIMARY tnbi, i" k,'.. to s.'"t,- e i! i :Iou', th.ha, h ea- e e ins'irtre, will ap- e r ieeta tt ((i', it la Thi rth dlay o: May. 1iSTR
-- falsely. than eia M r. Lon .,: th p-oach th.Lt uf1. that hii" i: ,iiin ar deed wi;? i ss r ',, ,, H: C ,'; Ci .. ..it o rt. ,1riot Co.
Nearly all the candidate- this pa- writer. th o-ton S ore in oJ{.'e. o J 2. t-day' of iJulya\. A. Pi By H. B. yLy Jr. D
| '-r supported for the priniarv iomi- T h e tono\a !le .Itdt., h -,tds }>i. lot- M r Frank i- no s't anl 1 r -, o tIr iu. uitneri, nly offi'i5l1 si-!idari 't', a td o .T. G R EE N.
nation, both in the county atnd in the t -Who Enticed H. \ L.i to lite ha. l,e.tn rl t ;1,,for sov.t'ra years u, seal s tT'!a LI N K. t Co plainants S!ic r.
state, were nsuccesslul and camn out' Slaughter"'at and tOhel copies Iliy le'!etr anlli exptct. ,tIo be a tpermantr ciiz-n clerk 'Cir;:ir ',r. Ma it ', FOa I N')TI'I-.
of the race with flying color.-, s'ill we Wi'h nn si ia tire 1Th.- inference' is li're. and u Aill make no stateonent that 6-19 B:. H B. Fov ..:. C. --
are not i lov I e withi the s) vset l anid t a l tn" lyll w\a- a 'nrs,'nal e elI\a a *h,' ('alillt full sustain. I : "r't curt ,>f th, Fit
we do no : believe that it ha- (comle oft ht' Honorable' iti .. tu,' that 1 1-td l I'Mrs. M a\ I ..e an. t ,i ,o\t .,,- ,: NOTICE _r'i f ,ria in n
to stay. ''Dil o l M r. l.onl a- a --'teep to th- shant ;Tht Boston S 'r e.' a'i 1 iL-' ,f t:. : ,. i -M ar\o 'Int r Tii yI. ''haneer".
T o f > <+;. .. "- i . r ^ T,^ -' J '^ R ,V i l l i a ., s , ,:n p '. a i l a .t .
T he prioaar is too in .tonsive too 'lIles, a- vit ictim bto tbnnl'lt l nll ltl s cco' .s.tul W sin I .s.s w o, -, of t' ..'t -h- t tOll Tax \.-*. WhVhi,,. i, a .. D'
the whoV. Whof.this nro.iP-.
expensive. there are too nian crim l\he w heels of this dll Oo ,'l j ldicial ,t i s ,es. "i l coni c ;,o i "ta fromll her S i, or C ha{tt. ,,. i . a ns-4- _rl.-r t,,r '.,n: 'r ..ivc
inationl. andti recriminationl cotllle('t .1u 'aut o N Va.. ,rs:,- i ,>ri..r.l thr h .n
,' rot' N w V N'' tit .,, i -o:',:t~r, Fu ,,l :t '\'" I ; t, *',ri-'rn.: ,l, t,,-w r ,lt::, .\[.~-e
I The flnhituitall.- A.hut'L h&; ha let'iipr~o- a!ly- oiL,; i -1nI h-'l''~
i w ith it. a n dt it le a v es to o m a n y m a T h e a l .l t h a s ro ly 'o h is .a). a ndi s h e Iho pt s oi t -. . l r', ,_, ta "' r i r h e eb r, .t uw r ,a n ,'t t
lignant .,cars to. .a1I' kle iin he breasts n ulCet, vtr r1hy [ tbt 'e \,, tts of hi- [el- it i ll f [hot'" o ( ,t t' ('l wl cistno,.rs wrvill ..1' i. f. tr' i .iJ n ,_s ,_. 'J,,h is.n. lt arid
I .... 1T, I ,. .,,. h i ,,, ,.,,,, .!t t .... ,i ,, I 1 1, 1t., . ,r .>; .. ... ... . ;1, .. I .' " I ".1. I "1 -. ;, . .,+ i 7. .. .1.7.-; --

Under SALE
By virtue of a final decree of fore.
Ro',ert closure and sale rendered on May 2nd,
t'':a-e i9,S. in that certain caiise pending il
-:'-.. A. -he circui- cort of the fifth judicial
",;, inof tr -
S,.:('tt of t,- state of Florida, In ad
:a : ", .^l'rion .,fii;,y. i, .'vnce 'ry, where-
, .:,lian I ehon wis complainant
S-ian- l1 !.rhr 1). Stafford anti others are
i, tf-n.lanrs. I. the iinlersigned, special
. >:n-t-tr "lnamd and a-pointel in the
';.- ',\ cree tO ex c;;t the same,. will.
^ '..'on
+,.7 -iMonday. the Sixth Day of July. A. I.
'>1s-- ,1908,
n_ "- -. t,.ro,,ln ,', h,,urs of eleven o'clock
A ,in the forenoon andl two o'clock in the
9 .- i~ ftrtornon. ar the south door of the
- .r ,'Ir ho)ie in the city of Ocala. offer
,o 'ap in d .os 'e ff)r sl, an will sell to
n rot h,, l andl hest. b;.,lfr for cash
-i ti h, following describheo1 r-ai estate sit-
*i n 1[atre and. being in -said state and coau-
SD y. to-wit: South half of the northemt
-'kD, "!liarter. south half of the northwest
K'I ',1,iarer.r the southwest quarter. north
U. half of southeast quarter of section
t ',. township 14. south., range 21. east;
also east half of northwest quarter.
northwest quarter of northeast quar-
U'nd ,-iter. andi northeast quarter of the
aws southwest quarter of section 5, town-
ship 15. south, range 21. east. or so
S. F much thereof as.may be sufficient to
te No satisfy said final decree antid costs.
in mD Sp)ecial Master in Chancery.
with Complainant's Solicitor. 5-42
Ps the -
tuated NOTICE
-0-Wit: ____
er of In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi-
Squar- cial Circuit of Florida, in andti for
theait Marion County-In Chancery.
P 12, Walter S Gates, Complainant, vs. Hat-
The tie Gates, Defendant-Order for
late o Constructive Service.
in ti. It is ordered that the defendant
s said heroin named, to-wit: Hattie Gate
L'hr-" be and she is hereby required to ap-
1908. pear to the bill of complaint filed i&
'anti this cause on or before Monday, the
A. D 3rd day of August, 190J8.
,,'. It is further ordered that a copy of
.Fla this order be published once a week
F' a. for eight consecutive weeks in the
SC. Ocala Banner. a newspaper published
in said county and state.
This 21st day of May, 1908.
i Judi- Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. FL
ad for By H. B. Foy. Jr.. D. C.
s. An- Complainant's Solicitor. 5-29
er for _.
-ndlant : NOTICE
to a)- In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi-
led in cial Circuit of Florida, in and for
yV the Marion County-In Chancery.
John R. Williams. Complainant. vs.
opv of Charles W. White et al. Defend-
week ants-Order for Constructive Set-
in the vice.
lished It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: Charles W.
White. The Consolidated Chititu Com-
NK. pany, a corporation under the law
Fla. of the state of Arizona. The Travel-
6-12. lers" Insurance Company, a corpora-
tion under the laws of the state of
--. Connecticut. Mary K. Orr. be and they
are hereby required to appear to the
," bill of complaint filed in this cause on
. Judi- or before Monday, the 6th day of July,
)rM'" 1908. "' --- .
It is further ordered, that a copy of
** y tbis order be published once a week
.'on, f'or .four consecutive weeks in. the

Sr- Ocaia Banner. a newspaper puoiIsne
S in said county and state.
,,__, This 20th day of May, 190A.
Coni- Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla.
LWS Of By H. B. Foy, Jr.. D. C.
ellers' 0. T. GREEN.
i un- Complainant's Solicitor. 5-22.
a -',, NOTICE
e bill -
on )r in the Circuit Court of the Firth Judi-
Jul:.. cial Circuit of Floridta. in and for
Marion County-In Chancery.
)py of John R. Williams. Complainant. vs.
week Charles W. White et al. Defendants
1 the -o-rdler for Constructive Service.
lishe l It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: James M. Smith
andi James 0. Johnson. be and they
NK. ar, hereby required to appear to the
- Fla. bill of complaint filed in this came
SC. )i or before Monday, the 3rd day of
AuIgust. 190 .S
,-22. It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be publisheoi once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Banner. a ne-wspapr published!
h Ju- in said county and state.
it for Thi- "2)th day of May, 1908.
Ifenl- Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla.
Cr- By H. B Foy. Jr., D. C.
1 0. T. GREEN.
dants Complainant's Solicitor. 5-22.
they NOTICE,
,o the |





WNM ee~ in Oem aSekrWashing-i l 1
ton Will Attend
Te Pesmacola Sentinel says that -
he third annual meeting of the Flor-
Ma Negro Builness League, called todo.
meet in Ocala, July 8-9. promises toh I
pe al if not surpass previous annuals -
satherings of the league. M o -
It must be borne in mind that theR ]g _
Plorlida Business lague is not an ex- : || I
elusive body of colored business men I -
whoumay be engaged in any of the"
professions and commercial business-I i -"
ea. The doors of the state organiza- s.-,
don are wide op-n for membership 01-
all negroes in the state, who are not i o-
only engaged directly in any of the_
pursuits (,f business or professionali j 1-
nlature, bilt nen of it-- raot- in all, dP
actionss of the slat- who are in ly connwctod w-ithl or intrsiod in ,i- : Illl I-........_.^--,^
velopments of a biisiins., chara"c'-r. -- -p ,
are invitpd to attt'n,l the r-t-ssions (if: 4 0-
the Ocala flwving-. Referrinm" to a;MO Ps ( e 4
more ex<-ndl,. and objcct- of hi .iness (,riganiz.1titmf- \.I-
among colored men. especially TC'! P
principle underlying the Nalio-nil Ne-
gro Business League. Dr. Booker T. -0 7l
,To o o ,, .._A Carload of COW PEAS Tust Arrived
Washington. president of The. naTionalA- a o CW P
body. says: "-
"The Negro Business Leazue ;s noT _
a lodge: it pays no death benefits A S F to of
it has no pas words, grips, and is not A lso a ull Stock of
'fraternal.' It is an organization of _
negro business men. It offers to its .. Kl o T t d
members the fellowship of the men |o I- O 01
among the negro race who have sue. d K elAo^Je' T o 1 t11
ceded. It has not honors or digni- r
ties to bestow. It is not in politics p..
and is not run by political methods. 40-
It recognizes that in a free country o
like ours it istthenindividualtwho ..Royal Seal Oats in two pound ii
coUnts and that it is in the compeei- .-- S
tMon and struggle of business that big hi-'
men have been made-men like Car- S O-_
aegie. Rockefeller, George Foster
Peabody, Robt. C. Ogden. etc. We pi--
have successful business men among d-" Nhk
Us. We want to get them to know *
each other. As a race we have many N OW is the time to put your stc in g con-
special and peculiar business prob- No i th to
lems to settle. We want to find out
what we arm doing in a business way6 dition. W e have just reciv d a
and we want the best advice the best lr
business men of the race can give us
to assist us in solving our special bus- I consignment of
mess problems. This is the purpose .
of the Business lIeague. It has no b.-
other purpose. It does not seek to -
take the place of anv other organiza- --- M Ii S a d o y -
ton. It is like th.e organization of _
ne;ro physicians. Better than papers aSnu
taastudy of facts: How much busi- ^
ness are we doing? How about cred-
Its' How can we improve our meth-P AKG
ofselling. et?"--Florida Sentinel. BOTH IN PACKAGE AND 30 POUND BUCI
The death of "'Blind Tom," which
occurred in Hoboken on Saturday. ^,.
^Ils to mind one of the most re- [ R ED anC pints, LE t
makable geniuses the world has n q at n tas
ever seen. RDRC IGRAEi ursadpns loLM

The older generation remembers &___________
"Blind Tom" very well, and at So.-
the same time he lingered-far from n ^- C AND
mzperfluous-on the stage-until a re-
Cent period.
"Blind Tom" was born on a lilanta-16P ^
flon near Columbus. Ga. At an earl'
age his remarkable talent for MUiC dPi
en his arearkhel a.nWe have a large and assorted stock of Penny Candies, al
was discovered. The story has 1t _o_- __
come a well-worn t radIition how i!. \ I 4 r.f- '( C^ ^A4^^1
come a well-worn ra, h.l ion ,lev i -- pails Stick and the Southern Departm ent Candy all (
was discovered aT he piano,, ,]pal
over by ear 'he coinjlositionii wt:ich t P:
be had heard heth whilz' lotniethll'rs (,f.
Hs hdanil heaYh,,. we offer at attractive prices, Be sure and inclu
His nlusial irnins wa:- ;,,rn i ",i'
grown. He* ne\vi-r neoeix,d !I-;i- 1^ 7< < 4(w
eons. ol ,ni ,, ,, it, small lot in the next order you send in.
It. His 111usi(al ear ha.i d ,\. 1 41
op~edl l-y iiaiui'f a; ib'l' 'x'~i-<.ie <: -^ ~ ___________________. _ ^ ^ ^_ _ ^ ^ ^ ^ __
every othr faculty. His ahi,'\, -
ments were hte most remarkal,, p.r t '" -
haps in the whole history o: nnisV
"-'- In Feed We Handle
for ex."ept in that one fi,,ht eh ^ \V' I.- | j\NI
? almost an idiot. He had no diflieulty i 1
m^matev'r in Iolaying the most ,ifficul! S. IF
compositions of 'he masters, atlte'r
hearing there played onee. and ,woen. ____._
mreifficlt ttae Purina, Shorts, Bran, C. S. Meal, Scratch Feed Wheat: In
- ~more difficult tests ha\ been ai,:,lit-,t i dp,.-. 9# #
by having him ;day over coniplosiiio I g-
which he had inprovi,.,oedt for ihe
orcasion a full and complete stock of fancy and staple Groc


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