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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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THE NEWSPAPER--WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE: ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAS T CONCERNS."-COWPER.


VOLUME 44, NUMBER 4. O)CALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1908.


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S PLANT CITY THE VICTORS

Anot!-.r -hut-o,:t was scored against
the !> ,ca! team \Monday. when They
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frcn ::., nr (i r. ('P th'l reaionuts. 'rn-
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DEATH OF M'!SS ELLEN HUGG:NS II

Marion con'ity noi.:rns the leath oI S 1 T (
one of he1r orit-r antd most Sr,.. ui .:, -
4 citizens. M. iss HU^L,"!- c.'ii;- r:.i>
S.. ..... fro"... -or.- In business depends largely on attention to :ittle things.
-a We delight in giving prompt attention to all the

S;.*< ,- !; .wants of our customers.

.1" :".. .F THE MUNROE AND CHAMBLISS BANK

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lai.; Toth r ,.n i ':l f nilyt I'i' .'a
WOa" ; t s il ~'" 1 01 RSTATE CONVENTION OF FMRM- (. rt-., a nii,I o,.ih :.l, ..lrt.-IiiwartI
'-.("l';t 'v. 111 ."v eos 01 RtI -ii(-k ,
Sii-v an- oc t a a ERS' UNION AT LAKE CITY ,.. T .! ''f4, 1, l '.;:% .411.1 .(tchb a
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Hr. n 1".Mrs. T l. ztrar, and ht .h i I- lii-o.
,5V-fn at n.,i i t i ftaneral. which was Spt, ial to te ( ala u I TI, ,., I ,.A .tt-i,? -,, h, 'h'*haI4
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a- .,.t.' l.' 1 f is (11' e;. -!_I_ ; ssi V y d cted Rev. (;eo. The s 'VOl, anfIl sI] -:..i Hari,.i of (;race EpisopalS
I ^/ ^^ 1 ^^ 1 1 lljl- I -MCE.OKE ....... 'S,, ::,+ +"':l inning Si';,':'!,;::.. ;Y.' hurch, this (iiin.. .Miss H iggin s was L.ake City. ('O]'iinbia cotnM. .I.,s 1.w
I QST=OFFICE '"a L-1:ot p~y) a ~ rn ~ ~ : l
PQ^/^^SW ^rl..cpn *;bdBn't;i~ nsri h ~hya of her age. She wasad1.
Sof -in-s lon nningpossessed of all the womanly virtues The meeting was a remarkable on
[l.% l^~lfif^ ^Iff tli. t o :,! '. ,! at +'hhews pitclhedl vcel- jand her ien-factiois will be very in many respects. ,lust a year ago
D R U G ST O R1. Ei] a!P;Ig the locals only on( Igreallv missed. A "mother of Israel" the state organization of Florila w
hia. : .ii'.'.e by Bennett to ceii.eriindeed has gone out from amiongst us. perfe-te, in Tallahasse,. Thre were
bitt
,,*^^ -- -^ -^-- .field. Several times it looked z.-. if only about thirty members in atOnCA-
1 T. ih.,, :'.a l*,-^ had safe hits, lint the A MARRIAGE IN OCALA asafe ans the occasion was scarcely
Local md Personal S. T. Sistrunk, deate to th Plant City boys managed to get u tier SM recognized as an "occurrence" by the
Local and Personalan] Mis Doni
nationall convention of Elks at il. rhe alL Te: gave Mates fin. Mr Lol mih a Miss Donnie citizenship of our capital city.
Texas. writes that he succeelei, i;n supportr. a d it is support of thl)is l.iin iDurrance of Tampa were married at Last week the beautiful town of
Hon. R. A. Eurford ha returned having the Ocala lodge changed back that ei.c,.ura,(.s the pitcher to \ork the Mlethod-t parsonage in this city Lake City threw wide open its gates
from a business rip to New York. IMonday afternoon. They were and doors its public buildings, parks
I rom 851 to 2S0i, is original number a. t!h. hai-ler.
. r seVen innings each team was ongthe xcursionists and the an- and even private homes in corse-
Mrs. Thomas Barnes is enjoying a This places the Ocala io,;ge in ihe For seven innin; each teamw I r tan th n e a h n
iit to friends cied-ite.i with as many goose-eggs, inounce'.ent of ,eir marriage wil be quence of the meeting of the State
viit 0 friends in Jacksonville. ( olmn and ves i a h sevenih inning Math.-ws was safea pleasant surise to their Tampa Farmers Union.
Is it chills or fever? Plank's Chill rani, and prestige due 0o age. "i on a hun-it in front of the plate. HI friends. The buildings of the Baptist college.
Tonic is guaranteed to cure. 25c. x annual meeting at Dallas was a ii. v8. sacrilced to second by Spark- Mr. Smith is foreman of one of the which, before the Buckman bill. were
--- one. amnd in all respects i. ost s ,:- man. and ;o third by Dormany. WVith large cigar factories in Tampa and the property of the State Agricultural
Dr. Spooner of East Lake was it. cessful meeting. *tv- ':. .t: 1est T. Robinson could is a young man who stands high in College, were placed in the hands of
Ocala yesterday. settling up his fath- :u;, .b... ey to D. Dodge, retiring (he business circles and will make his the convention Even the business
-r'6 -state Ibefore the county judge. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp ni ,:IV p. mark. He is originally from Thomas- offices were given up for the accom-
a delightful box party i! the A'- Th ith. ining decided the game. vile a nation of the various committees.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Hornet of Dome Saturday night in honor of Mis -oakins fa::i,... Smith Lit a harl The hrie(, is a daughter of Mr It was from tile veranda of one of
Early Bird were in Ocala Monday and Willie Camp of Franklin. Va. T!.(: .. Ii.t;. mashing his fing-r.I Frank Durrance and is a former Ocala these buildings that .ulge Frink of
were registered at the Montezuma N:o- in the 1ty were Mrs. C. V. i inn.. i!s hi to Bennett, .o'girl. and has many friends here who delivered the w om a-
tel. __ Misses A\illie Camp). Marguerite P r- th: ".. ?", s',nd :o catch Smith, but are 'xten(ingi to her their heartiest press in behalf of the city. He cover-
ter and Sara Davis and Messrs. Ar. k.. ,,fd" \,'.s ,!:iJo)Id. Stricklan! feliittils. d all the ground admirably an his
Albert ( green ;:nd Edward Howard. A ack.v, .. i o ... Mr a Mrs Sith wil o to aress was received with marked ap.ra
,wo- n., a.satth Pntthur r of-aredn-wt ithe-,ditall\wiasrboote,!.-
two while %;1l. guards at the Haar, ,Ha-nht(n. Rujl) rt Anlerson. \VI:" r- T :''e oi ;..->s. anl only one out l e,- Thomasville and other places on their ian,.
turpentine catmp. near Fort MlcCoy. s p Robison r it i 1n 2te ield anl Ford t.ie: br our Mr. M. S. Knight of Lake Cit re
b( l P i~ol-o~ ini !!al'+; Su~la on D [cd!*-" Ralph Robtns~on arel tel hit lo coliter field1 anil Ford triet, !'ili fitI r. 1. .Kn hto lak, 'iy r-
boecame involve-d in a quarrel Sunda ,.,. 10,. ., ,., ..*.
b ei' i aa.lS.k ,Fr Haarri haril Tc ,, n l- the ball but failed. ldiel in behalf of the or.anizaw on.
and f a result th- latter was l:illei. ,. BIG TAMPA EXCURSION
-v-bile S::Ht;' :I .,! ,IRobin~-:n, J.., cross ,.! I BIG is address was alho received with
M !'. d-:,war,^ Fi'zU:crdT'd. one (;' "h,,-
Dr. W. R. 0. Veal of Martel. the oll- tI~ Z n t ''.,. ;,.Ut'. ..lah -ws then hit a 1-ar.! reat aplase.
SVpracticin phy.icia in Ma o ,.state prison in p tors. vas in ()e:ila There was a Ig excursion The mot mportan business rorans-
e t practicing physician in Mo ion ndav. HvW.: ":'avea-d vr h, o-d S klan ., Tanila to Silver Springs Mon,lay.
county but one. was shaking handzl ... :. i-, ,.m. Sarkman L :' re wet- oure cas,a acted, of which The ulic is entitled
c..n> Din o1, 1as i)i ki [:) !-'. who took it in. i.nd was the election of officers for the
with his Ocala friends 'Monday. Hi-s, at,, t:.R r+i who to.-k: ...."n- i, "l':, re x'r- o re as n!e (r
with his Ocala friends Monday. Hi --,enii youthful looks ani activity conlin,t |. t1" l *il'iWthe\' s on second. The T. h 4. ensuing year. They are as follow.:
A.'~at 0!t l~w teo vc le i t.i "Th'' ra in left Tampa at 7: 47. There
to itanv I i- 1 by him. s ,nad( in this inning -ivePn
is Ii Ict'.iat t ;, *:". a to li- (a TO i \-er, ten h iundred and sixty tickets "
*iyor .!.iii. r nnotogh w win the Iike. o ay
hi!.w nvi's elect ?" o:s nl tcinch."i 0 w Th, Td 0 told at Tampa. ,.nd after the train ltft
Mr. W. A. Dickinson of Tampa was ,BovPi;nt i "AB 1 H O F. E'
Sof t rioits... tra i .n'anY t f ihem. taking nim at his word. Tampa no more tickets could, be sold Vc inta
one of the excursionists, yesterday.: miuiiItI h Ro('nsfs m I.. c. .....41Jackson county.
one iin exc n-imsi ^eieriald.in,j' Air. FiTzgt-ra:'- h..-.-n t had t he 1,.- ,, ecakise the, cars were loaded. Ali or-
called at our office, and we regret 'ery K. :. r, Stri.klan. i...... . 4 i -' 1 d1 e was p1ar w ae sion Secretary-Treasurer-- .1. R. Pun-
f a l oI) visit "e -92 1 T < nce the -ler was proniulgate.! that excuisiontI
m,:ch that we* were dlepirived of- Hee L C .~inc.este;. ,. ........... 1 S tickets wuld be honored on any ofhrev Marianna, .Jackson (otnivty.
much, thlat we were deprived of 0 i c '. .........'
TO~n. ~a wewer upnv~i 1 primppary. He says *'-%* 11, 1Ai: not p..T i tickets would he honore-d oil anv ofI *'-.
phe Mure of seeing him. He i. in t, ia Hath, v s .H ..... 4 ,, ." 1 -- I.ecturer-S. \V. Locke, Boniiay,
pleasure of seeing him. He is. in til ah'v ,1.i
'lealsfe 0 s phn bu-ine s inth :lf in lthe s` c. (- )! -hel r le pnassI(nger coaches, so a good"
wboheale produce business, in thI, il:ar .rn. f n ., 2 l Holmes county. *
n more. many took advantage of this also. cn
any in --2 m. . . 1 : 2 1, ; Organizer- .I. Bush, .lennings.
Gulf City. -- -"" ". .. .-,toh",1 hookel for Silver Sirin-s
Mr.''* C.. P. R--binson ( ._ | ~......... .I Although booked for Silver 5;irinngs iilocony
_i R oi.nil.o:;. "r.. '*i . ..4 ,' (1 i; i, H am ilton county.
r Mn i r.I\I.. G. P. R.(hison of i1i.o ,i" :)n, e .st of the exciirsionists got off at
S, i newig h u.c :ion Ocal. rd any witnessed the hal baltoin couny.
Ocala and are the guests of Mr. ani the Ocala Banner a Lar ,- .. ...... .......lt.n tr-. 10
Mrs. W. S. Pie. on Fort King aver- hs e b.s,.:' .. lI. ,,',', afe. e ain
tion has I9Ibeen (i VT' ..'l. t Vt j()eI lYtafter the rain (odit -I~ .R~is
,) .rod s m riae va :7 !i IiovrktV,er--A .... .B Fta! ell.
e. Mr. Moo s marriage vas un-n fai weather in whic h 1 .ihe, O"ala a c.(or:.d wtmaln vas
known to his Ocala friends and is He incidentallv rI.:-'! Ali 111.. I 1 A iiai ,. of (Io t {t A -s
them."H" i-" t ,' rt" ,! + i latfo-11l of oil"of the
kept busy receiving their congratu- i .. .. ................. 2 t tVe (o mite,-. A. .I('k-
w the northwestern s. T 1t-w. ',n ,'], .car.- an, kilI'l. bllt ti, t ii'-or nation. and best wishes. ii is one, have. n .. ; .i. 2 -' "' ,: ,:,n. Jasper. chairman: Eric Van Axl-
iiMichigan is one. .have no, v. n. sot ,,, rltn ,';o'vX .. ,
--4--- ,I i12*.. n } < 1. .'-0n. \\alt'^i count v: 1!. She(piard.
A. iab h the w ell know n peo lle "Iis to harvest th -ir poliTica. .Ioit.o ;, to t c. .. . i ..y A -
Grlae ilatehell has met during her will ,to so very .oon. Hr tiii0" h1It a,'Ir I........4 I li t THE MAYS-KEHOEi CONTEST
Grace 'Hltacne'l" ":< h m ]tt 4 n h 1 2! l! '-uniy" --. B l` iam i, \\aklla
visit iti New York are Kermit andi everything that goes ro nil .n ":m lh.2 ..... 2 c n -,,n V, 4
Mis. Ethel Roosevelt. children of will i ,l n c 1 H. 1 t I'hl I
P-sident Roosevelt. The y were ho-1e tha' .th .oth ',v ,, n.i ..,- Izar. It & < , :2 .\ avs-K'hoe con.re-.sional con- i n.r
+-,l ilinh attntio ll h i l x f oria. H is '2 v-ears
.jbreant at an iaUOrmal dance at the,. It lk Ok" .s 1( < iS exci ing .Iuch at tetut ion in the T H-
!,.el in w h ich M iss H a tch 'll i s .- B ryan i oti K e+r n. S n -s ., . ' \e P, rt._. . . ,,h ir.l d isi i an d dleve lo p m en ts r e: .-1+ a h et i C if enh
;ti: .n -.. .>-., M-ai'i r ,,itoon show t'o .. 'i;- >,ilihool a iii1 a highly resiO)ctedi and
p n. _, _i: l :c- i" l! . .'' i'' Frii\--a h^- l a t~e inia.oon ~v, show ( c l lr-.- .+'n (.i z+. tt+ (,i t t ^(
P11Ir ^ -* .>; * *', .9. lil' ,fl* im pr nn iKn t jin/.en He camfli to ( o-
,__ -< -' in .", .. .. .... ;- ti+> II v^] '. ^1^1 t\- pioar v i ri fou '(tliiav 1'+itit +(,ll }] W +l V t\O v r
^ i --,, .. ,, ]li i ... .. . r 4 -" v h I p'- i a ia var
Colon,,1 A. L. Eiv.htlierg ." *,"',;, .:- ,r I *i .., , t>
iri~m Tanui'. y. s,.erla a oi -t lhw b x-;ou1r ra.le, r-.s a. "'.- ,r >,:.n,'" :Lt'':,i'- > ............. .,, ,-,, ,--, "iA' l"r, m s.,.a,, ,,,a ... w < i I ne the tn r
cursion and his Ocalh fri, ii.zs \-ill h,, :^ \vit h ;' s:" .l, *,, \.*- '.,i + : ;,,um; ; i i,' *i, ;. Si I. I .*". la,-,i < a I s
g lad to i- ma n that h e i h iek nl v w ell that "'l l Q ., ]:.-t' ;',, -,. ,iiL Ia l;ht tt H ii ,cR. I.. : st hlen T c m -i T h e con g re ioTtal i tl and .tan~dl no!. 1 excehlh.n ,"o- inl hard ul.s la..y. :. ,. ,w' +-- .*, ,. .. "'.i .... D l l'.tV heard several a,.ottInI Its fO ai g .d f;in 'i-ht ile- f'ml Iyake
a. . f, ,- ; ,, a . ,- i:T*\ ,,i i :.i, .T T ,+-. [). I i t- ,i i '' I l oiel ...i L1 l n l fti T1 i ,,,, A ti ,,v 1 ,h

II ,lit'' i Il| I1" *' lll il ll I IlIIA f| f ~
Tli.- if*r'- it- i- |ira 1tit c4li% tho coo
ton I I ,'1-' ,\ I e ! v! \' th .r,- will -b
twt.lit\ l% 10 -11,.tnll in twpli+e inoniN t
1l ing'r. tasinig <.ir belief uion te
fact iliat th'- fruit and vooetabilk igrow.
ers will iow h% #- equal bene tta i
thl union with the clottin grower.
Again we wish to extend our appr-
(ciation to the g(lMI pe*)pl. of Lake
City, in behalf of the union of iro
ida. for their manyv kindnesows. he
Cially (1do we appr)r of Prof. Ninnally of the BaptiWt I@
lege. And just here let us not for3t
to mention his educational aidreji t
the convention It wax lilpead aI nb&
and timely talk ln the subject. The
consolidation of public schools a"
good r oads wolild mean a iolg tep
towaril higher dicatlion. Keep Prof.
Nunnally's adldres before your 11id4*g
eye. brother.
To illustrate what the Farmera' Ui
ion is Idoing in the way of odiMicatfm
we will sayv that It wax impl rluemarl
able how well informelI the youg
men of this convention were upo t1h
coniplicated, qiientionl that ftrolI
us. Nearly ,every younX man In the
convention seemedl to be a natural ior-
ator. and not only did they imnpr-
with oratorical powers and ifta,. blt
their solutions and ideas of deep qns-
ti(;lis were worthy the eonslderatloi,
aiti, very often aceIptable to the or-
ganization.
One absent feature we would urge
corrected-there were no ladies re'-
ent. Brothers. insist on the farmer
wives and daughters., mother and
sisters joining the local. insist upoa
their attendance to local, county a"
state meetings. We will have better
order. mniore interest and larger at-
tendance if the ladlies join and attend.
Besides. th-y are entitledI to It. Some
wives are lft at home to do the chores
while the. husbands go to the locaL
This is not right Next year we hope
to see at least on"--third of the attend4
ance to the statp convention ladle&.

MULGOBA MANGOS BRING $3.0 A
DOZEN

Thie- 'ltilars ;! doze-n for niultba
mani os. It looks fabulisils. bint they
are wwntli it. andi that is just hat
th' fewer" irw, in l)ade county fl2l-
ing this choice tiriiti are being offered
for th,i ', -ith noi ) ,os-sibility of *up-
lIlying al fratitii'nal part of the th, de-
mlarl.. TIh itirt,' 'rtolp of t0--' cOln-
lv will ike ld.v a f*.-w thousan-i fruit,
arid the (3rd' i- .,Ire.a. recelvel far
.le.,I tilt, -uiliiit.. Mlatuiy of the of-
d I'.s .ilt ;i o i' pa. ii,d by chlcks to
(o', SY he, -iiip tiiit.i f o. 1 The
s.(';a itV ot tii'n filiit is. d i.' to the
fa.'" hih t it is a i*'w **ni* in lew state.
anti l*--a;1.e u* t i l, i,.'w tre .'s that
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A "HOUSE-ON-FIRE" CANVASS

The Tribune does not think the good
Banner need feel any anxiety lest the
emipaIgnimay prove "fiat, stale and
unprofitable." Down lire in Florida.
where there are only three or four
republicans and perhaps two dazed
citizens traveling at Hearst's chariot
wheels there will be no occasion for
a trenuous fight.-Tampa Tribune.
Yes, but fire spreads. Patriotism
4s catchIng. If we are listless and
doubting here in Florida, where we
amre all democrats, what can we hope
frot the doubtful states? It is said
that when the war talk was going on
In Japan that actually the placid fa-
ces of the little school girls "-.-ere pos-
Itively glorified by the fire of patriot-
Im. The fervor spread and the lit-
tle kingdom became as one man. "Do
or die" was pictured on every coun-
teMsce, and reflected in every face.
The democrats must possess tVem-
elves of that feeling.
The democrats in Pennsylvania
must catch inspiration from the dem-
ecrats of Florida. Every face must
be glorified by the work-and we'll
wia. Doubt, languor, hopelessness are
not the mottos for a rallying canvass.
Every democrat must catch the Wat-
termonian inspiration and like the lit-
tle Japs become a vivid picture of glo-
rification.

BELONG TO THE "SMALL FLY"
FAMILY


The Ocala Banner says: "A sensa.
Uomal evangelist asserts that Georgia
girls are wearing peek-a-boo sh4rt
waists wfth such mshes in them that
waists with sucn meshes in them that
and very properly and facetiously ob
observes that "the girls are not fish-
ing for minnows but for bigger fish."
We venture to say that if one of them
were to catch the evangelist she'd get
a minnow and a little one at that. Men


NL FELY O8 KI HAND.

I Dtenl you how it feels to be

At Part Barancas, Florida, on April
UI wv hanged as a Confeder-
,Afo. I speat four minutes physi-
aod spiritually between earth
AM hsavea. Then a Yankee ser-
beeviag me to be the wrong
me. t me down.
My ftrt ematlom when the barrel
vas kicked from under my feet was
O t a steam boiler Inside me was
at to explode. Every vein and
b*ad vesel to and from my heart
esd charged with an oppressive
ftlha that must find an avenue of
eepe. The nervous system through-
I tst length was tingling with a
Valful, pricking sensation the like
4 which I never felt before or since.
Them followed the sense of an explo-
g0, as if a volcano had erupted.
Thia seemed to give me relief and the
pala gave way to a pleasurable feel-
ta one that was very desirable could
ft be secured without death. With
this sensation a light broke in on my
sight, a ligt of milky whiteness, yet.
strange to say, so transparent that it
ars easier to pierce with the eye than
the light of day. Then came into my
mouth a taste of sweetness the like
at which I have never since known.
Aad I felt myelf Umoving on with a
eoclouaess of leaving everything
blad. Them I heard the sweetest
usc, and it seemed that more than
a thomand harps led in each part, ac-
-o-i-aled by myriads of voices.
ad the sensation of coming back
to life after I had been cut down was
)st as painful as the first feeling of
hanging. I was acutely tortured. Ev-
my nerve seemed to hbive a pain of
Its own. My nose and fingers were
seats of the most excruciating agony.
la half an hour the pain was all gone.
but I would not go through the experi-
eice again for the wealth of the In-
dies.-Rev. J. T. Mann. of Fitzgerald,
Ga., in Spare Moments.


The campaign Uipl) to the pr)ce-nt
time seems quite tarnm-, with prospects
of the tameness continuing. Both par-
ties say that no contributions will be
received from the "horrid corporal
tions."

Tampa is having a carnival of
crime. The woman who lately shot
her husband five times with a pistol.
killing h.i:n almost instantly, wipl be
prosecuted. It seems that she had
threatened his life several times be-
fore putting hr threat into execution.

A young girl journeyed all the way
from Jacksonville to Miami to meet
her fiance, brought about by a matri-
moniial advertisement, but when she
caught sight of h4m she held up) her
hands in holy horror and cried t, go
back to her mother.


The proposition to build a monu-
ment to "Uncle Remus" is becoming
popular in all sections of the country.
Jel Chandler Harris belonged to the
wholevcountry where there was a boy
and girl and a mother. A monument
cannot be erected too hlgh to com-
memorate his virtues.

Ex-Governor William S. Jennings,
who attended the national democratic
convention as a delegate from Flor'da.
having held the proxy of the Hon. A.
S. Mann.. is visiting, for the first time
in several years, his aged mother at
his boyhood home in Centralia. Ill.
Governor Jennings leaves ('entralia
this evening, and experts to arrive
home on Wednesday.-Jacksonville
Metropolis.


The citizens of Green Cove Springs
have become enthusiasticc over the
building of a hard roadi from J.ck-
sonville to Green Cove Springs. It.
may b)e continued on to Palatka and
down The4East Coast. The "good road
movement'" is i)ecoming more popular


THE REAL DIRECTOIRE


GOWN, NOW IN VOGUE



There Are Not More Than 500 in America To-Day, Al-

though Its Popularity is Growing Rapidly The

Petticoat Must Go if Lady Would Wear

The Sheath.


Thv "diftctorie gown" seems to
ha a reWl look of splendor to us.

The convit lease system seems to
be doomed in Georgia.
i t
Besides those crocodiles Miami is
now having a genuine sea-serpent.

John Parsons, a citizen of Tampa
for 42 years, is death. He was a mari-
ner.

Tobacco growing in Florida contin-
ues to grow more and more popular
and is covering a larger territory.

Not only the war, but the memories
of the war are almost over-Georgia
is about to have two candidates for
president.

Editor L'Engle says the state print-
ing contract is all right-there is
nothing wrong about it. Now all carp-
ing critiicsm will cease.

With, ten-story sky scrapers looming
up on all sides. Jacksonville is rapidly
assuming the proportions of a rure
enough city.-Jacksonville Floridia-n.

Messrs. Bryan and Kern aro caiiling
upon the people for co)ntrilxition-- on
which to conduct the campaign.
That's going to the marrow of things.

"You're a poem, Bess," I said.
And I was right, you seo.
I knew the way she tossed her head
She was a verse to me.
-Philadelphia Pres.
*
My. my. these pretty. red-headed
girls! We know if Florida's next gov-
ernor would spend a few days Lere
and get acquainted, there would be
something doing sure.-Apalachicola
Times.

Otis D. Smith. the young prlnrer
who shot and killed his sister in .1ack-
sonville. wholly without cause, has
been found guilty of murder in the
first degree and was sentenced by
Judge Call Monday to be hanged.


the present trend of and tans. it was rather startling to
the directoire that it be told by sartorial authorities that
succinctly stated that vivid yellow was on the point of coin-
consists of a tight, ing violently into vogue. This (oes
a short-waisted (oat. not mean that th.? tint of the unpop-


the front and a collar


high at back and sides This is the
costume as pictured in old prints,
some of which strongly rese :Ibl,-
those worn by the masculine memjlers
of society at that period.
As fashions originated for. and
first to l)e adopted by ultra fashiona-
)le women, because of their wi, or
beauty, are certain to filter, by de-
grees. through the different grai--, of
society, losing much of their b)eauty
in the process of descent-this un-
doubtedly will be the fate of the re-
vived lirectoire modes, the sole dif-
ference being that in this instance
the graceful skirt, the picturesque
coat, and the eminently l)ractical col-
lar are thus early threatened .with
modifications which will certainly and
swiftly rob them of their beaut.-.
But this is "crossing the bridge be-
fore we come to it," for few indeed
are the tailors and modistes who are
willing to state emphatically that they
are qualified to turn out. subject to
order, a thoroughly satisfactory di-
rectoire costume. The chief ,lifficul-
iy lies no: with th, coat. but with:
the skirt, for like many other things
which seem simple to the uninitiated,
one that will at all look like tros-
constructedl by the great French ar-
tists wij preside over the renown<,!
aleliers at Paris. is only to bo *-
sayed by the most expert cutt-rs and
drapers.
These people, more than any eth-
ers of the class who take an active-
and financial-interest in the fate of
the new skirt, realize that a failu-e in
this respect is liable to be. of all im-
aginal)le sartorial spectacles, th-


most dismal.
So great is the vogue of satin that
scarcely one out of ten of the smart
semi-tailored costumes designed for
afternoon weddings and similar cer-
emonious occasions, but are made
wholly of this fabric or trimmed Elab-
orately with it. Sometimes the prin-
cesse gown is of voile in a ad(le!icatp
shade of gray. mauvre or blue and
topped by a satin coat of matching
hue. Or the g wn itself may be of
satin, accompanied by a semi-colored
dyed lace coat edged with satin


ular lemon would be used for ordt-nary
street garb. but it certainly wi*i !-
extremniely employed for slabora:,, af-
teraoon and evening gown. of -ilk.
cashmere, voile or satin.
This fact is emphasized in th, ca-e
of an importedl sheath-fitting :ro]k
in a shade like unr,) llOt'l Oi.!i
which has a bullion net his)m p, :;,n!,i
sleeves. With it is wvorn a stf-coo:'-
ed, Irish lace and satin bor.iered ni.an-
tl-limEinutive t is th only wori
which adequately ,tisrilbes the v.a:)
having high length, loos-nit;ing f:.ontm
and hack. and (;rt-k s'eves which
fall away from the elh:w^ in wing-
like draperies.
Like unto the hue of the uncooked
beet. is that of the genuine Hungar-
ian cerise, still hut little known in
this country, bur certain to be nopj.j-
lar wherever in'rolucel. it is rstl
chiefly in conjunction with black sat-
in or braiding on plong-. CosrU;.S


andi as a lining and facing
coats of the same material.


tor tirivifl


a stunning combination wi-h li)ac:.
and m hitm checks. -:ch as are giving
fnex' lI"ase of I'f, f',, aih,ra i -1-r, it
as xyell as for thli separate c,)at- it-
tendt-di tor diving t" ft)or bri-rf motor
runs.
A grpa *i-:al of ",l i b iliion andi
Pl,'il..i:1 'il )l'()!- i -';y are .e-en on ihe
s.ni-,iirc'oii,,o Tailor ,I o costin.,os. in-
toel, Idi tor early autrnimn \..r. T.',,,e
trinlmin.s aI)I)ear in ,-onnction vwi;h
satin foils on :h- waisTcfats. collar.4
andi C t's. or th-,y ming-le with the
soutache emb)roideries on material, of
self-hue. Thpy afford, j:;st the r'ght
ton, of relief to an otherwise A:.ll-
hued costume. Often the billion


serves to bring out the beauty of a
floral design, especially when it out-
lines the floral figure5 of creton'eo, a
printed fabric that bids fair to be
used throughout the autumn on tai-
lored costumes of a certain type. But-
tons of every color and material dai-
ly. increase in size, and are more than
ever employed. but it is rumored that
a vulgar quarrel is on the fashiona-
ble carpet, and that the combatants
are the long petted cabachons-nietal
or fabric covered-and. the nwly ar-
rived buckles, which are scarcely


Rozwell and Andierson were grainri;d
u.-e of the sTreet roller at r ra!e '


of $:; per d.ay from time it leata.-s with li h'.
Ocala till same is returne.i by thi T;io; criin-ori Ta;,:-,;-n ,'e. iL:'t-.
said Boswell and Aniterson. saume t) Th -c.arlt nftrin .M, ner
I, r-turne-t i: goofi condition Ti.,t thou art f,.tth'ro.t i :ian
(Conmmunicari:)n fro,: Dr. .. W. With *y ti9\'.i n,,t'
Hood riatixve to cancei!Ation of crr-.-A:iiIl whn ?T1.)U th'l-, hat -t .r::-,
7: :,: r. r- :ax sale ct rrtificates. whi( h T "',ih .-. i n,'ant ,l. 'hli
W'-:- c!:imed to hav-- S)-en paidi li)y c'i;,n>' >i''.,.-
"'V K. Zewaiskil was r.,ail. I')on m)o-, 0: ';,,--
i,:on ir was ornlirel that tn-. city J >-. ii ,. -!mi-r r .h ,t:'
ni)t -;zurr,-n-i "r -aidi ce:'ritica:os ,ni':e .- "TLi' '1:, ', ..
i
rereipt5 ~Wer^- produced for pay nent Di'ili ; 1h- f'a'hin- 'hat ''T''
of said taxi. i nl.-arn'. hen tkn .)! Id- -a ft
Following bills wer- prkerly ap-j Convictth me
proved anid ordered paid: jOf a diumb )r or afened ,,1-
Semi-mnonth.ly pay roll of officers, The chastening rod,
$2S2. Would be my n- ,i. or gri-f or .;o.-row
Semi-month!:y pay roll of E. L. de- strong.
apartment. $1S8.75. Should thy dear s:;-c'
Ocala Water Co., $11;U.25. Be vainly suing.
Security Abstract Co.. $56.
W. W. Clyatt. $9. jThoui rd Sweetheart of Sprin.
H. C. Sistrunk. $4.52. Whose, vermillion coat
H. S. Chambers. $1.5,'). [Hath glow-..l in Winter, sno,
G. WV. Cleveland. $1.45. Or in som*- S'limr.-r'. b tb'hiig
H. S. Chambers. 50c. stream
G. NV. Cleveland, $25. Where salivaceoti tr,*s ,+) lbend
A. C. L. R. R., $17.25. and dreim
Upon motion of Mr. Carmichael. li- In splashing bath hath a:-ei un
cense which had been issued to W. quoienchedi. agl,,am


bands. But in the same class of cos- smaller than those used on belts H. i l OU, as liquor dealerr. w.s or~ler-r I knew each note
eI transferred to Mason Tison. Thy throat lhtohemrigia
tumes are many of smoothly-finished. The buckles are old gold bullion of a e transferred to Mason Tisn. Thy throa doth to the morning i
silky-looking clothes which are ex- brilliant shade and obviously cannot Police committee was authorized A-- love's voice evry- lover knows.
to have door and windows at city jail'Oh1. to-acn r-. Cardiinal.
ceedingly expensive and never imitat- artistically be usel upon a garm-nt to have ,inorder a ith ws at n city jailt Oh. toac' aown niainigal
ed in second rate suits. These are bearing cabachons. as their individ- serene in order that nothing might n lov own madrigal
also trimmed with. satin, showing in ual shapes are so at variance. The be han(let prisoners. To sing some praise
ihe coat the trimming in the coarse buckles, of course, are a novelty, and Judiciary committee recommenceid And at the.close of night
net, "bolster bodice," as it is called, that makes for much in the sartorial the adoption of amendment to sec- In awn's's increasing light
2r in the sash drapings. world., but then the cabachons are tion 15 of an ordinance to regular: To b) egin with song my l-ys
While at the present writing there wonderfully attractive and hav a production and sale of milk. etc.. in. -C. C Carr)l!. in Floridla School
are probably in this country less than host of friends amongst women who city of cala. Said amendment was Exponen:
five hundred typically directoire cos- go in strongly for disc-shaped decor- l
trumnes-meaning those having the nations. and who do not deemni from Mr. Jons brought the matter to the, PUTTIN SAWDUST TO PRACTI-
skirt of modiste (lesign-more of two or three dlozer, of them ar- ex- Iattention of council of the pr.)albe CAL USE
I;i-strllctioni of certain t~reePs or. Wes!t
them are being brought over daily i)by travagant to en{pl)oy in the aldorn- -ieo of government t unless $on S,,wus is -n
returning pilgrims to Paris. and be- ment of a garment. e of men lot unless wu is on of th,. pluzzlig
fore long the-y will not be an unusual If the directoire skirt comes into measure was adopted by council re- was,., in luimlerin. operations The
sight in every city of importance, general vogue, one thing is certain, questing their preservti,-)n l)y the. waste' is serioz. tO. for the kef-
g,)vernm enit authoritties., thopart cilt out t)3 th saw in th p M1!
But it is safe to say that of all import- and that is that the Amierican tvernn authorities -the par cut o y the saw n h mill
ed costumes, none are so smart as man will have to part with h.r peri- Mr. Rheinauer moved st:w-it cmrn- and transformed! into saAdIst-a;-
are those of all black in fine ght- coat. There is absolutely no -om) m communicate with their Mrwa- ears a rather hi.i rato to the
weight satin-finished broadcloth, worn beneath the sheath-like garment fo)r illiatns and( see wha could b" done ,hoar.l sobtaine.d. In clitin- thin s-uff
by certain well known women of New anything save knickerbockers, anld in the matter. one-fourth )of tih. lot.. or eve, more.
York's ultra fashionable set on suchi these are of the softest satin, although The special commir-e, compos,.n may tle ke:-f.
semii-pul)lic exhibitions. These have it is said that the th-riftily-inclinpd are of ie.,srs Jones. Gates andi Hulven-i Efforru to mrn saw'iist ir,,) pulp
absolutely plain skirts that are gored utilizing "he satin-tinishe,! foulardis at ston. atointpd to .July 7. 19,o. t,) con- for the il)ap r millk hav u.f-iually bhpe
and pointed-grained. Over them are half the cost of the more fashina- f.r wi1ih th Fitzgenraild Comiany ant!i nsIicessfuil on aenrmnr ,i,, oh,,,.ie


-I
)


PROCEEDINGS OF CITY COUNCIL hereby autOrld to cameei sI a "
lease said bond ifpIn his opinion it
The regular meeting of the city proper that same should be doe.
council was held at the council chain- Mr. Gates moved that thfr, be
bers, Ocala. Fla.. on this, the 21st transferred from genel fund to t
day of July. 1908. at 8 o'clock p. m..fire and water fund $241. Carri
with tb,- following members present: The village for city tax w&s f&
J. D. Robertson. president; G. A. Car- as follows for 1904: General fuin.
michagi. A. G. Gates. E. T. H'lven-mills; fire and water. 5 mills. Lea
ston. H. C. Jones. J. M. Meffert. D. E interest, 2 mills; sinking fund. I m:lL
Mclver and Charles Rheinauer. Total. 17 mills.
cor ei) l m lin Council then adjourn di till n est
co,.:ncilm
William Ponder requested permis- regular meting
o LH. C. S[STR['NK. ('lterk.
-,>n of the council to repair and en-
large 6tare building in rear of Corn-
miercia! bark. to b. repaired with TO A CARDINAL
corrugated iron and flint 'oofing. Re-
ferred to building comnm1,t,-9e with When carmine skies. of dawn tb
harbinger.
power to act. harbinger.
Upon motion of Mr. Mc[ver it was Their hue- and thin tfa .
or .lred that the ditches al.nmg Pine Pro'laim the (lay.
and May srr-,t, be fixed ;:) that the Then thou crested. ricb-li 3 y.-
water will no)t sand ia t1 yvAris on try.
.. ., .From summit o)f .om ,. ,KI
proi). . r n *Thu ,<,osr rhy (;,<1 iri'.,,k-
('ommunication trom E. W. Da' T:iouiosth I '
!' lative to a .eeto a: -t s fo: s t'-"-f l[f. .f'r,) !io u s Uin s tr 1.'sy
p)aving was r a n i and ,itj)ri motion ,) i Til far awa.
I): [ ,-cin g o ,. .t-
( ,) n cilam n .1 )e. i. w a ord. re p--'in
mhat ti suits for t1:e .'ollertion ,f .- j l>) ; n:. i in the ;" -' h
lnqin' stre t paving apavs-l:g. t t nIw ;%Y-,
.)e min .it '.t 9 i a t o n c e a ll m e ilt, .-rn I T i: ; l ';.4 ' 1:; ,. *; ', a -s
\oting for tho same. j ,r
1 pon motion of Councilman Met- W in thl-. fr-h .r, r: t ;;.
rv the city at,)rney was instructe.i 'Iz. ,i.tw :l-..: .cvt|t- .1
tr );'ing thpsl suits for street p)a inj faii
Conipl)!aint )f Mrs. A. B. Dame on From jw l.lel i-'1rerautg-
in'reased assessments on lots 1 ani Frotm dlw thv m ,r!rin .,.:t; 't
of block 30 0. S. Ocala, was referred kissl.
rto the financ- committee for consiier-lFrom tran-fig'ire' df'l w;*h ^m
action. Ithy3s;
Communication from A. E. Deloii-
est relative to street gutter on Expi;- Fromi transplant,.i i-f' to -iyis)
.ition street near Mr. H. H Fausett's mi1
vas r-ffrredi to the streett committee. That take-s faint -ship, (,I-,'i!.
V'pon motion of ('o,)uncilm-n Jon Thy music maii:icl


So marked is
fashion toward
may as well be
the new mode
clinging skirt.
cut away from 1


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THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT 8I IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE: ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCERNS."-CO


VOLUME 44, NUMBER 4. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1908.


OWPER.


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


Local and Personal


The %o)rk- n xh-' government MhIN]-i
'or ba!- Tim yt 1,"-n*rresimed.

M7 C~iff~ord Uid. A- ho h~its~e*
AT W 4;a .in 'he p. a~h







TL.~**I ~ a cu-tht, VP ith-
h1Et~t .-. ri at ST 'k#,.-*f+rry will


Mr ii~Mr- 1X Hpi~




XI 1XV SP.sthas moved l i-.
1-4.\ ball all.' from ih.- armory lot I(,
*t- \Vartrxann & C('re-by property (inl
1h, n',rlh sidet-(if Marion sqnare..

ho Aiiitr (t, the .A1alachittmia

1 '1)'b-z'ottinfe articles he sought to v,
it a Marion counivy picnic

Mr andf\I r-. Bradford Webb and
M -- Wtibb's si s er have ret urn ed
front, a pleasant visit io friends at
L& eWeir.

M r J3 PhPillips is now booxkkeepe-r
for th#- Ocala Telephone Company'
and1 thv McKvan Lumber Cornpvny.
MT Phillilis is. an vxpert.

M: vfl Mrs. .1. F. Wifliiam'.on art-

noon t,'NIT- .nd! Mrs. Williamh Ma:-
1(t~~.t.1 l*'. 11 .11SO *eXpe*Ct to si eflil




S,, r1. Icr

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'A !111S lo~t 1 1 1












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MI, T oU11l, -i islll OTrleQr
4 'i (II I l:hi*..n Ma 'oi s e'
H. III, hia''f .YW'.. wih i-


IN HONOR OF AN OCALA VIStTING
LADY

Mrs. Thos. F. Brantley entertained
many of her friends on Friday alter-
noon at her lovely hozi.e on Russell
s:'ee-&. Prog:e>s-i> -i:-: a.nd euchre
w.va s he game play. *,. The rooms
w -ere ;o.- altraetii. .ith a proius-
i(n of cut floweri's. Mrs. John ('art,
scori ,-ng higesT-, '.a. iv-n a pretty
hand-painwed fan. which she presentedi
to Mrs. W. I). Ri.hey. one of Oranwe-
birg's most a- ct'('TieT visiorS. A
dainty ice course was served.
Playing were+: Mesdames S. C.
I),o\ie. E. N Scoville. F. F. Malpass,
R. H. .I.-nnings. E. R. Pauling. J(ohn
Cart. .1 1). Slater, H. C. and I-'Fredl
\VWanniiakei. WV. D. Ric(l:+y of For-
ida. Henry Kohn, Raymond Bryant,
.1. A. Berry. Misses Jeanit, Mae Wan-
namaker. Ethel antl Grace Sprinkle.
Mazie Slater and Liza Slater.
Mrs. r'. F. MalpIass received on Sat-
urday afternoon. July 4, in honor of
her (ciarni.i.g guest, Mrs. W. D. Rich-
ey. (f Oc(ia. Fla. The decora;icns
w and rel. white and blue floated r-
head and from curtains and tmainIs.
Mrs. Fred Wannamaker and Mrs.
John Cart received at the front ,-oor,
and showed the guests into the par-
lor. where Mrs. W. K. Sease and Mrs.
R. H. Jennings introduced them to
Miss Lalla Malpass. who ser\e(d
punch, assisted by Miss Eugenia Sal-
ley and1 Miss Leila Marchant. F'om
there they went into the reception
hall and were introducedl to 'Mrs. Rich-
ey. who recoiled with Mrs. Malpa-s.
From htr"e ;+.h guests pir('vce(ede iino(
;h- i" ining room, which was Ilovely. in
the rl. while and ,idue decorations.
Tr he '*I v.%;.s (Iov r',-Td wiTh I.1d r
;lache :t..a.s of red. whiT, and idi'
T'i;; s. ;n,.I c-> sTal iand l1r;;ss cai: !','-
i... ]ii :in :-e., an l whit- e can e,.it-.

in ?;. :e' M; :'s. Ii. C. C .\ nnaioanl'x'. 'i
\V. .. h'Ta -r -n;M!-S. Li;z;'i" V.-:-
7*n. J1 '~i *t y M s s m-e M ^ n
.a.1 .1na la a\ -s aw to fIlef a-: .-
I1'...,: i', s. *' ,.. at l ;iiln ts. .:ri'v -

,-,1. .\":, >; .' :'v u,, -.u s tcall, d .' in^



A L3OOTER

1' :- ':*:. huT :.e a'' of !Por:1uiru.


MR. J. WALKER BISHOP DEAD. WHY DO SCRIPTURE NAMES FIT HON. H. W. LONG
BOOZE? -
Although sick for a long period of ---E I was glad to real in last week's
tin:.- the news of the death of Mr. j. j Pro. F!a., Julv 17. i.S Banner: "Among the prominent visit-
W%'ai:er Bishop will carry a pang of5 Mister Edditur: Ars to this city yesterday was Hon. H.
sau:- ss o nany hearts throughout The uther .day I w:-, in Okaler an- W. Long of Martel. until recently
e % v.. in the b.on.i into Hon'-n(a. n ; as how m a pr( ilent of The Florida Goood Roads
,:l y ;h~. Ir. '.d Gun o hr a "iinker. tho' I i-)1:t 1,-I.,fr *: I,' V.'. A-.- ciaion. andl one (,of the i most en-
Ct, i n t T ." The wh;- "Tion. e n'r" Itr i *: C.V t- rprising ,citiz,-ns (of The sat-e illn ev-
r.otis ^ -.1~ "if ,,j r;t:, ,-e i',min' oII ,T linIe u ondvancenivnt.i.
Mr. ih. ', : nuthin'. \We I1 sot ,'.v i in ;hL :" livilln OI;T in Tleh (,n trv among
'l ..:a.- st .,.' : : :...:-; -' a I ;, }is .. .l' : th t' farni-s re.al nice. fin. looking
l.- v..s Louri ': r- o:. ;>T i n-. i w1. S (' 1 I 8Z -I(1 t .oo. that 'Tfnirij The *Ritlihld
.".- ;:d .ov. d .-ffci-il TI I if w !,at i l t ,l (Colnyn i it ; (our 1rivilge to lt,- 'n
: a -r:.t ('it'a:-.\ ;.. \lit h .. '," '..:.i' 11 rli-]i. ,t Sam :-(, 1,n? 0 s nt tbins: ;,> instnc. -. why Mr
,I O T \0OI llh l fl! i.)l wI.ot+f~ai 4 ,r .] ti ht,,rtJi
lis iri nds h;O hat the .'alt l n f' n1i t 01 iT 1t int lij Lton- was dt. .l1. e d
air wvoui-l ac as a 1. ailing tonic alnd .]'* l'k:'v T!i. :-i+r v.alrt,[id 1 i P. so. 8. his opp(I io l.-nt I( lo .IananiIin()iously
:.-t(: ii least i:,rtial health. a th ,- I .i .-;,ui es yvou kid al! xpt' s. it. A g \vis.. (,]d t.rn -
(:v- iT h. o. .. .. Iv ", sZ 1 ht. +r, who hald h'-n ionI th. rouirils with

t,, :.,.a ii;rDads on hi-- (,)ii..l tioi "kA'z i.- o) trng." WV ]l. ?h'') I. the p .akeirs. or canlidatd,.t,. td1 rlti.
w;:.. ::i.n returned lii- friends real- That iz ta go(l na;imn. fur thliar is !ili t wrih.*r that "the wor.-! wa o) hurt a
I. [ *.,' "h, *nd was noi verv far otff. u bi what i' haz TcktI Wwa Illal and los, his ',T;, wvas throIIlghI
.Mr. Buish'i wa s the -on of R\v. itv gaits anl ruint awl t Philistins h-is ,) cketlook- that Mr. I.ini was
v.\0o was ful-s ,ernlumf t:" i it inter its better known an! m,,re hikhlv ,-t,.,,i-
Tii.- beew Bislyal). an esteeiied mnlm-hl -t .
i. :. oi 1h Florida Mstethodis Confer- "a 's, but sel I ter myself the time's ed all over Marion cointvy than his op
-a ;.a kumn inn when it will give up like ponent, but as (chairman of the cliin
":.'. :nl w S born ill this coulllty
;.:)O ii iry-five bears ago. He was 'l.. nh.r Samnson ter the power uv ty commissioners Mr. Long ,xactt.,!
Jt W (T tl.1i1T%-tiVe years ago. He was
..arri.id (o Mis s Barco, daughter o(f' v.'umnan, an' then they'll fasten it too high taxes from the farmers 14)
(. Nic arcoin of Crystal River and an' put it inter a tried mill, an' hard roads and the nhlw court limis,.
C'ol. 'Nic "Ia!-co. of Crystal River, and '
t uis ,ni'., was luessfd with ihree hit it over the hed with there leggi(1 when additions, and lteautifying by an
children. .-tules. an' throw flat irons at it. architect would have. madl the other
daeducatedinoi .ist then in kumrs another feller, an' 'new court house' all right ; that som,1.
r i," p w s d u~ c a t od in o u r ili 1i b I ST h n s m r w o l l s e v t t e t x i w
!ic .c'o!.is an,! in lthe beginning of his s. z he, "I wants sum David." Thinks more would lose vots the n-xt tiii,
re was hi f an educator. He I ter myself this kant be whiskey agin if taxes were not reduced, for f..rmi-
eCareter Nwas himiself an educator. HeI
af:erwarads held a position with the for David were a giud man, but shore ers made a failure last year an4l azaian
('amp PhoIsphate Company, but gave e rnuf it were the saim ole black hot- this year by drouth- in fact. for thr,.#
it I'p lsome time a-o on account o Itl. Sez I ter the feller, "Mister. is years past."
:ilii health. In the democratic p that Thar stuff got mnore'n wun naim?" To the over-taxed farniers:
.liarV TW years ago he ran for tihe "Oh, ves." sez he. "it's got hundreds. I
,.o 01 couny tax assessor and n:ade kall it David." sez he, "kause it slings Build a little tence t,f trust around
a (ifedoitaxble race. He ssor aude a grate men. Sum." sez he, "kall it today,
a : ,,"(rei0.1blel racp. He made a!
i,:".7a '! (.a!1vas of' the county and Ab)raham kauze it gits better in its ole Look not through its shdlte.ring lir1.s
S:,., ;ianv, o friends ty the signal dlaze. Sum Bellshazzer kause a oteller upon tomorrow,
.;.-s andt manliness of hi-s s~'niltinmes sees things fumni it whut God will help thee lear wi:at coli.s
an,,. .ni.as. f ain't thar. It iz allsoe called Neher- of joy or sorrow.


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.. .. ... ;i .r A. Bullock for this dis-
. '... --;-1(!' wa. :'p;),)intedI as his
"' ... >---.i .i!,': 1i i he last prim ary
( .'. .','i:in v. Ilmli!llated for this t'-
: *. \'-in !ioit oppositionI.
""'.- ',:,H;tiity sv n ,athizes r,.os.
...' wi;h ilw' snri('kdn family in
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9."".. ; i is. iyysTe''ious as it
S. ; i ::st di,-'- the yoIung danl
,i'". 1i is lit ,el'ath's vestible); '.
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let~ ~~ l Fharo4l4I ~, \XYit' o e~ I:; it Fl~ T i'lt fuN'lrtiin llii' eX il *Liv-.
!,t e po-pulWon'tyou ai1 hy all-!uitlicieiit .zl5.1 r'ngt1) :1i1.1
d 'IC", S"/ IleK. "No." sf-i I. 'WI\'iide.'
111. t- I '~. 'I~iw1,,' Z I."ifi iT XXWho trus.ts ill( ; (141- iincIia ~ing I m. l
~~-;x~fe w t ; ? og iiG f its BuIilds on m he roclk that iroiight c(-,i
1.'lidi' it 1110111 ock lino (ix'er lik'' it Pov .
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..iinvd nio~t it)o 5. :1 ithiin*'bolut MXI ari 'of towxn IproIerti'''.y
.L f its Ncberkiennezer, jist tell M-.WNOLIA.-
-o 'ss ifits5 F>.' IuIll'ouin
lor!' art' nith 't.'p(.1o with:. ui ~'' Mr. and! Mrs. 'Tluiuims S.'xton xv' r.
Al aii, I. J 11i PA- Ill I now\. ai ll '' i V I'Y 1111101 a]a 'I, Tl o)ver t hef -c(
)i.8 ''~ ~aV s:~tI I kax Wi Ii!:; it i 11011 )ftilthe '0 (ifI I 1111'littleIf, 311a1nd

rvl i.I Ii* 1 4' fi l~ti i I oF: tie oll i'o.l111: 111tha i\V :; c.jII he(-Sit 14i r' ( 1 01
wo 4 1 1' Y*x '1ilz :a:tIitIits Fare itTo!I 8 -)hst wmleb h 4.'e -her t
N l I It zI'' e 2. '' e'-- I(I'l s), dIl mr to12fs.' il t') k tlten I i I
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M' i .. .~ '. t. i I e ft. The liyVsI''flV i15111.11 1 thi: II noht .1 lP'1iT rn :j 1i;c ho ;u
1' 'I' a 'i' Tho'i~i- A ~oi'd re ~. I iS 8 'ntvokiIn:! i to R. ishop A ('iti'dI fromiiMr--" T. 11..IJtdm-liiSi I~.51;riixe. T e prns f
A stq i]al 1,' clerks .:o thir they mild rip U-n Aa' t1l7~8.n'm (l.I inis.S Csv ta

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another be got away wvith11a 1S. '' '0 88. id. i oh -('7tis ?i"oLs (''an
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ill t )c t.'-dit.- la ke' ) (,it V nII
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RESTORD BY PE-RU-NA

Catarrh Twenty-five Years.-

Had a Bad Cough.
Miss Sophia Kattlewn, .Evanaton. 11,
writes:
"I have been troubled with rearf
for nearly twenty-five years and hsv
tried many cures fur It. but uobtatmd
very little help.
"Then my brother advited me to ty7
Peruna, and I ulad.
"My health wan very poor at the- UIm
I began taking Perrtna. My throat wa
very #mre anD( I haul a haO >ic-igh
| ,'Perum has cwre vm-. The cb
catarrh Is gome and my halth it vsey
much Improved.
"I ref-immendl PPruna to all my
friends who are trout Id&,1 a, I wa,."
PCRUVATADiTS: .i- ;p.opl-pre
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fluid form. Su,'h p-opl,. 'an otaitn Penr-
na tat:letA, which reproent the mridNI-
nal ingred1entsof Perina. Each t9Al
eqtaiali one averaet- d d,i ,f P.runa.
Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxathv

THE VARIETY'S BIG JULY REDUC-
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T~'l''~F ;l,. ~..''. .* ~. r';'i~'I *:*.~ 1:II..THE RErPEDY THAT DOSS

A.1!'I!A a ItI it a
A -1-~e for XNW1omen. v;triou nri f t\\.* T~ L 1. e ri ''
paralci inthe south. Con,!bracejnll- a )")1(;(Uff'f. 11ll.ad ,Oot t44 2 .!.PI'.. A*1ThEi
COfleg of Libe~ral Ari a Normal 1 ot' rp !~': I~a ah~z

Scho i) a Sc o l- o ofr al A z Fain e : A re i w W el hr u i:I w s a i L C1' : I I It*~ tI~ ~ ( ~ 1 ? a l1 T t a
Schol f ineArs offering i011P oneof Ithe nos! ,-troni!ous ini q.ie .
s ts i f wU Co. 1f l 0f--c ris(18 A- I8r
tions in drawing, painting, piano,. -10:-pe* ~z z~k dy (Vi U :wlp a rS !02 4)1 '. :OPi "rt:P.T.?i.::' *ifj
organklv.vr ehn flagging 1inIhis iii, j,1itI
orgn. iolin, voice culture, elocuition flfair i hsniafollto'political )'r! i-'i.r *eiT
and physical culture. H ea'a, leo i j- he laioke- dIT'S., 4iI th o i-
Fort Floidacoiinties qand soven 0!a' presidential cand if ate. -1w~o ftii~It~'fr: t-,t,, *r~
,states rteprosented in the enrollmuent A. ..Cassatt, d(.ieal ;i oi~f ~f4v l 1t)-swil jtit aTlt f)ewrtE
la s t s e a -o u F in e n t-,w d o rm ito ry % witli n 'o io r -, w h o vkwh o u Tv r x y a, h-w n .I r 2 : h 0 l4 lr ajf1\ : -' 1' s. i ~ .~
owt that trrnwniondis ',vstonmof t'm-
rooms for one hundred and sixty girls. 1 '~&~ 2
jus-t comipletod. Plans for oth*-+r ex-!O'., andtormiina's whi.I: mark t~to car iilh-oe rt"ah j 'ii8''*
; Pontisvlvatiia T,-r.-ina' s t(--Kinhis knees, and watch ih*- .door. Whe r: il$ i ii 14i te
tensivto iniprov-ni.ent- a r eairealy ; > l` iifl)-.jh. oit1lzi,
nl~i. orfuthrinoratonorca-I aNN,&- jxvo'Vt .)vrrlk-tIa heowit tBABY PLAYS "PEEK-A-BOO" WITH
Il',)vt-i in the world. ARTTE
altogue. write tt.( l Aj RATTLERf~ l To0~ta~t t~~ t
A. URHRE. Army,.who. Whe#n sceventy-ei-ht. mafle ( l'il-1 -t))i1 hsvi he. Af''iiP:"I*'
P re si'ien t. o1,hol. f~i~tn Ae--lm%-a,- out af~o a pa1ilof watoi-. You ,.

ca. niaki: g many -peechie..an*I un-,~1h nwMidvn4a!Iisia ~. *\i. ,II~~
dergingweeks of f Ing ~rol[205 01 ewantoon t e1hm e i'' '
n I tW()I, hill.. M 'un skirnii-aeiii 1 r,rit Slit !,iiiati!t 'l T V 1'
camplaignling.
din .~~~Jamnes Iry w 'ho. wa 'yen' ,-nine ipl l' eht-~ttI iik.l'fRT:-~ i'~~~'h *
by thr le S ea !he'u at0!lIi1T1 .4 ta and I1..oia
i_; Iie British amihas-adior 'o Ame-rica. h at;'1hm n 4td~))
T, FLORIDA. a man of ?--row activity. He has de- n1t lep'.it by.1 y1~tl 4 tk Ij *. S'l :i\ T1,'II
livered many public addresses since aainfound1Ehiim jult" 'nC~hQI4 02 r j.I Tb l- w her ; :* ~ 1
management of I. 'M. MABBETTE. h aehre n aksalm sthle itf)!P. I ~ 1 :* ~ f
a higher plane than ever before, a o t wt h el l q e c w c "This a:-rana4enii,!O 1l%-7t4-! sotVIral o'- 1'P a : :iZt?- T. ,.'
bhed. Rooms single or en suito, t t-o a o it.hy.an.1 Lock1*iiei' beian ti)-~
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GREAT DEEDS OF MEN PASTILIFE IN FLORIDA IN THE LONG
SIXTY IAGO

:.J. P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller and !Thrilling Story of a Seige-A Matri-
Robley D. Evans Disprove j oi rd Ta i o
Osler TheoryPaOuSoWl
The entrance of Dr. William ('slerPaOuSoW!
uponrithe sixtie.th yoar of his !ifie(aIls As!ci*' Ms.: thuhr
81 enti:n t rh- act:h thre ren~onig I saw ( U.zii. Ft'ank S~ams,
:1:~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~" 1 t~lW:) ?~ ~ hnhs8noted l hltiter. sV~on :he etd Of
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24, 1908.


ONE DOLLAR A ~'EAR


Local nd rsoall j OC;LLA GETS REVENGE j Pe o: :.. hy Ha-ris i. -I1 HARD ROAD BETWEEN OCALAMR.ALBERTUSVOGTTOYS

| -- < .., t iv !, ;.,;'a]. t. ST, o-:(.I AND DUNNELLON THE ADJECTIVES IN PRa
fq r ( i l ,- . .' : o,: 4ton h Log o ", ,- i- n!-r!; v .. ,* t. . . .
Sp~ 't rx k hi ( t,? -Z "w ^l h-a b asha:I .--a: :. ,'- .i i, f s'- w ; Bu ock. Ti-n- Captain .1. 1. Marhe.ws. couiv OF -IDA
P Ira.. game ". Oca a Ror- r'-"hin: t : ir" l .e Bell missioner of this distt-rict,, i "
1r-r .. \\ ", .--..'. -j ^ n a' a. n-In Iarr:.-. an.! :ht "a'er win- --- T The ,,h ,. "-.at ,. ,o
e.^ "..i.r...r P- "in t .y a '-cor- -- .*,i -o oin Ye(-- T ;.fi<-t ..- in :',c(',p-) (f a :,(ol',v-,..- ...... ~' .... !o ki 2 ..... Th ,1*' t"~ a vl- o .~ ,,*Fl
-- ^-rda-. th- s. .,fs .n.g,,ah (e or*ia i' o on-, t.."-ofa. p i. .. i -,roal from Dunnellon to Siok-- Fer- 1 ,.-, from t .. ()('Oala an,:er

6I h..: n; '", !'" fa:.r d.- a," -r, ih thb. loy ;-ain. :he sram ei ...r r T. "' : ,1 In atin. of ?hw road he -ai, F : 'fThyo
it xv chr s ( w ith T J oc'.y i l h..- f 'ho- sai'
-a r,--..,, occ'(ntl],y:l ''.. o .. andI ;tha t he co nt Trip (..-.. -a-t(^ won'ractors were 'l;i: I .. ..- con-,usio (,f
_.T _.--- h,- visitors wn ,', the above .o' jlt '-1'. -. :n. ,d ir i ,ii i along nicely with it andl tho .i I :; il ar. l .ln F rn
TEXT -t ' . ecala ii was a har thut game fro thhad. ,,. ,! ';;.l l .S. anl I>. it would not be very ](ong beh'.c theor of two t*'Wleaiers. one in
ought gamefro.m
A < iur.* <, -:-2.4-tf- ."farn T,, fini anil excitement was side the uur:liz:i ',r.,o:. vwith a fellow road would be in shapeto b .... ( t!Ihia anl1 one in \Vaohint,
a'"all wli .,,.i a. f- V .-. h"",. when the home boIs and -is sw. h "a aing a .'riv i as over half was nearly Hcon)i.. ,,. 5CC(fl i"l "P i to H"rac
niard vis' la nwto rafls in the nin,( i nIT,-a a n1a P, te, i "I 1,ol, 0.
Srl. a *1 I i i, the r"."niTh.innin an ; 'o-s ol. There is about five miles that w\l, ("ly
S ',o,.- F-rr, Ti, .'-n, ,ia ,ai (.,. withinn one of tying the score. |brother- But wh, ,n w,, think of tl- have to have a little more c!ay hrown IA )ana. visited Floritda. ,i
\i ..Vi- t hiis and three ,-rrors bv lirsr an d croc >e(,ll.s dowvn h-,. on and a roller passed over it to .ak-wars visiei Italy.
-<- ,h.<'h ~is ,,iniz visitors it seemed that the game al "vin o oav- th land o t ready for travel Mr. Mat s is .
me t- I lit ready for travel. 'Mr. v
_ ~~~%h c ious, s,.r.,wb. irie ra ;in-i i i I ..pl ,, taking considerable interest in..I P ... .
(*ti bcala l~ dirtt.r. l*.... i~ ^. ould1. aT 1.-ast go into extra innings. cious strawheiries 1 vrBtx.^ n. ni r.:-. *-( d Pi<,n /i Th b IIoys hiT the bail ml d ran bases. guess ve II stay up nol'ai.-ttkgd Rcework as commissioner and is to hip lopss
iMr~a~ -If4a" j(f ...."1 iO, ",_i1 I 't-iwrk aistrcommissinerloand isloteAloerl tohet -a.:s """";, '

wHIl inll th.- excitement Ocilla (-t (erOr. i, NXews-L.etter. ;commended and supported by the en- look forwar to the y
H-mt Halt and little son in th air Howver.e-Dnnellon TAdvocate aitedl y civilization, und
it,. ,d. :n,, tti. ,o a ] " .:% "l:: A.l,. Niontholon Atkinsk.n ,a ,
ft H ar.*.aebolk !rfoti a .do ightful ill to ~~rLill tiffl(to retir-e The locals
l~k .Ir t- tor hv ,,cor n .from Fellowshikp yesterd ay. fie r m nttete
k. W-ir Hfore the score could be tied. WHAT HAPPENED AT SILVER nent the beautiful state of
._ _____ i Th. fans were pleasei to see Vogi that a gre-at political revolution is SPRINGS ONE TIME n my own conr bec
Mr aund r M E M Howardl are an,-I .twett lack in tho game. Th-ir !foot and that Bryan this ar will -- winter resort as wamois as 1
l~,rlnt. 'ld \will'T lrs.e. om o i ,!. Cannes. The latter is twenty
Wow in thi '(bld Hay Stv They pr#esncv so-enis to give the h -| elected world without end. *XWhence It is about twelve years no:
ar' ha'tg ~n '11.ti..e.ee.. .. is about twelve years now since horsfomPri.adt.r.-o
j aro ha\t n ,x | ,y .- a n V.- t had to retire atter the third him. -Why.' he replied h illet cursion to Silver Springs from south the B sh caal nthout i
1 ... -ho.. .. are .fnsltan.ly innin, on account of straining a the labor vote, 'the patriotic 'vote. thCe Florida points, that resulted a t Srm ha l the
&:Irins lnx -grvate+,-s anlore bau. mni:scle, but he expects to 1 back in true American vote. and thoe free and
tifuiiu tWImii the gawe this afternoon. Izlar. Vogt independent vote'" Mr. Atkinson tragecly of conierable proportions, of approach from Paris, (eligh

i h m Sb vc Souter is on a visit t I ( mock A large crowd of the eionists they areabe not more so th
^ Tr t1^ nv h^ he b i'1- a~l utcinsranbass lk- ^ ^ """"' ~ri $1 ^ creclambered onto a bi barg at the comfortable transportation fror
At l Sb City.outere she a i i ofield, anti Hutchins ran bases lik- 111at the mininium nplrice $10) per'acre, springs and were towed down tef-'dlha t akovle
td a.rt ,lk-ith fulhv ,rte-hi- veteran. Harris was right (on to his which h says h(' st ill wager that to Jacksonve
t N .ihfillov buntertainedt reined ,por suor whn B li mous run. Suddenly one of the crowd boasts a Mediterranean in h
T W iar Sand & Stone o l poor supportwhenBran ill win ads down espied an alligator on the left bank Johns river; her climate and h
Tbo, Woogimar Sand & Stone Co.. th*e lsest of playing was fl-edeidt. o h tem eyle u
bha, a bi <-ontract for Mr. Richard First inning, Ocilla at the haT. Sil- -Mr \'V. c. Bailey. who made such of the stream. He yelled out hiis dis- ductions are those of Norther
!Hall Ht ,.o,,d il ,,, e ,. ii .... mons out on a fly to .Jewett. Ainthto- .success ,rowin cantaloupes the past covered and every son and laughter and nothing but time is nee
H I I..t .......I ,, ill, ,"e v,,, in, in" ""...
tHaluiitul tthap ny out..lewett to Raysor. Bowen re- season with Mr. Z. ('. Chambliss. is of Ham went to that side of the barge make her all that Cannes an
Stirred the side on a grounder to Ray- living in Ocala for a month or such on the run. The barge was overturn- are today. These latter ar
Mr I. F Wals.-mann. staff corres- I slor. Ocala could not do better. Dodge, matter, an1 is very much in love with e(l and eight of them were drowned.-' growth of centuries hile Flori
prmdo-itt of th. Nem York Packer ira-,out on a long fly to Anthony. Jewett out1' little (City. He had a friend, in Tampa Times. only acquire from Spain wi
ply can't plull haniso-lt away froni us. out. *-hort to first. Harris popped up the railway service at High Springs. last fifty or sixty years, and h
"" "' ' ilil 'THE SON OF HIS FAT HER
Red h) l- t 4 -t!-- hit the ball. but they hit it up in the ling 'o et hlim to move dowfn and be- Master Robert Davis s. preciation of constitutional libe
Mr Nathaun layo ot Summerfield air. The same may b ;id of ih -com (,ne o(f u ts. Mr. Bailey is Ih, n Thee hnes were written bef
a"" a .isit.. ..o or ity steIday. visitors yesterday kind ot a citizen we like to see.H- enjoying a month's outing in. g street is wan ov
a mad .!t n oni.' aft#,nooln train for Neither side scored. e ill the seolnlis a ,isi,..onarv for the upbuilding on l o da;e before Plant and Ybor i
9 tu-h s- \-ii it, S,\annah inning, each team going out in the ity. mxes his faith with his f exc at the Tampa; before Albertus Vo
oit i n t it. sh famouth of the Homosassa river writes ....
two-three order. The fireworks we", works. covered phosphate; before the
fr'tnik 4;a.,ad n .,.je..'iet(oi of the t..,le th. tir i "i the editor of the Ocala Banner' '* t.rpentine was fully k
,,.nlooseinthethird innin.ca.... ... ..tyo iurghente fUlly knowns;
Raia.r S, -. i. in N, w York City. how.\',r. With six hits by Ocilla, anid We ,enjv,', a pleasant drive with aug.t tenty-eight fishes in one the attention of people was
tuI 1: -tk ot .s r the l ol in h, ne auto yesterd "\ This is some fishing, and if direction of fruit and
it'is .ged fly andithree err-ors i.- io n hastryeoeertrcontinuesrtony
"^' 'Ocala. the (Gorgia boy-s crossed tIh I'v with Mr. Robinson we s Robert continues to -fish Florida had ev
SK"rla ... -anio lat i with six rtns. which looked like v r the th his illustrious father he will. be- E O of wealth an
.. ,- .. -enough to o win the game. 'hl... ,h., river, where Cotne fore he is half the age of Adran P I.
't.,"-* , \!,"" --T i,,, th<, re- . ... \' ,*), < C )i l't,[ .* h..- I ,.i ,Tor, an, be able to Snrr~l^as him lil the < ->.. .
Fol)Tlowi in acil fr,'P',le o 1v-: tile example of nlira a hard rod ,"Tor.an,b e able to si nas him in the. Spose Colonel Forney wer
.&iT.,, ,*I -i t .1.4 Thl a i anl l.-.- \ .1 r" .. ," ( ,art of-W ell. "fishing. a w
,thj e locals ot0 V"t'-'y in The Third in '"' a l nr o Floridain
______ r~iL. leEF'(t-.~ hti ~('fli'*~u'~da O't 'ig'!4einIHI*s over an orkliiiav
S''* rii-. Nf For 1ad c re:,d 'o" "n mi, oTer an orEna MIM what wou, b his impression?
\ R" f r- w',ha! will l n- I t and l B lo,-k hit saely si' i' "'' I 'ad an(d Nv coveredd ( '',<.i THE MIMIC W ORLDI irrion.
r ,. .,. ,1. ,:, .- ,,, ,,-,, , il ,.:' a d a ,1 ', ,'e <., "' '' l:" -- --T he tran sfo rmn ation o b
,* ,i.-ta t .' f I' an .< <('1tub RI : I -*. 'w s (lt ') .n a fly !.) Snow T in t Broadwav( h ,it i. the Kil lay to s t 'Ill.
\ | :, :"t T'.. , ,' ':.* 1 1" '. 'i 1 t |- l pit c h r '. 1l !i"i.i Ynt) h a s (' ( l e to s t a y . .IM in i s\ o rl d, j u s t p us o n a t t h o' f a -
R* l a ,r. . *h. ^ -.'w s time l r. T stnink las ^ ? e I110115 Casino Theater by the Sh"",.... t Mr. Albert us Vogt who is ".
"*,..'- i lii" ow n d'am an.! e r,, 1 ,' i l." (,'):l'..n; :)n ;l '.l 's. and Lew Fieldis. \Virh its usual en- e,1 in the fore( oing as the fir
v 1 ti it.> '.,.. ha.s j ,,'e.t ,.,.:. -. niittus ,.f ,, '.',it'. r is .... .. , ,.noi sh., -,-;.,*,.terprise the New Yor'k S da, World coVi-"er of phosphate in Florid

.,f. T' ,' h ..' .,.i'* .. : va,( "n .i h:::. :",,. o oI ': !d Tl. R .llvina 1 'n \\ .i h lnilv at '1, .,z t i o i bestSnow n. w ho m ad t
I t,., k .t' h r. I Al ;1 '. I'-aia N. .':' ;'::(d 1,- .:(' ..v *,',' :Zoiji1: ^^ ,o' ti. .. ,u ..t...', >' ),show and 1 w 'ill give it auwa wh,, ae analysis of r)ck phosph(o i
Cte'' ;.'ti' (= 1*ltlt'l%1I'ti'I i( lI, til b" 'it,' ..w",,, .I' e v.,-Iic'l t I away- with
r t... .t.'.i' .'.': .*. "b.^.. .. ".t. v'.-til \\' nti .',^ \v ,',r 'h i ",v i, i i. tissue o f S und ay .July 2,;th E ve ry ~b od y ta. oth "ow live in L ak"l"r
-- "~---. :; ', .is-.,',- whill.. I ,l.v,.a. ., !,-', l'am,,T,, Ha"" 111., -,i, of I, i will want this song. \Vords and mu- Pi ,n. inter iew'ed,, MIr. \,og
.' ,-' 1'" ',". ;"*" ,"f' ,,. ,,; ,>, .', -,.-. ,,F-,,; ,;1,,, ..v 1,, 1 a ,. t" "it a o coe ,- < ,in ', t Ne s:
' .. .-' "'" ,a '. <;. '.i"in :* "" jo :1 hi- .:'- \, i l, ill. rl',1x:I v;, lust ration. O rider th., Sund ay ,- W orldl "'I g'i .ss. I o tn'iit t,) |e e ti lu
,! -; '* \, vt I 1 1 i n ; .!:s ,>1s,> .I ;.. ." : '' i ,from yo r new s dealer in ad!,ance. o KIt' of ihe trio ent'l ion 'd a!,o,
..I -I' I, P lant. \x.. w was n IK
II 1 [! Il' 11\'h ot'l. ('t 1 ,i t, .- .i. ,a 1',n .~ l lO't!'if( ', 'rid Two 11ore autiniobiles are expected I riend. ani who did so m1ch
.. ..'" , I" ,^ : l, ,- i "' =;'. T'. ,. 1' ;.. i, .':,.e!. '.viill ie, ,A (':nlT i totav !v the Ocala (;as Engine ('on i- i load I, ".-, 'and i.o! li.

J. '|' ] t. 1 I." .la')' I, j''. , i. ': it ., a ni. TI i' are to' M essrs. iK ib lem i ) -, T ') '*hr ha pjty
j. :' " " "' ; '" : ;I ,V : ,. ." ,', l tl !' t" :, B ri'o t e r s. J-u n n eiho n M e s s rs la- 1 . <" in di s T h p !;r e a t P ai; n t s Vs t
.* ... Ii "ills ;i'li .. ..'.iI(,l. ;- II \ ;,j i|;,,n : r \.'a. n' ., o S]> S incer ;11" hiistle's arn t,1 l*" "" .";roads is al" m ost for-.tTen.


It'.t *' Ii t' (. h I' II ,:, !; i t. i...o o .f 1h l "ai ~ ,<;pi li m' it *, (,'a~ a !i'ld I nrliii o (If aiulto lbiles in and ar n I a i who is a close sec n
r.i ,;, I^ ^~'~he' hf.!h a, ixlt i..,',,,nIih an' ,'iht! i'! \ liii of *' ir'e dtpartl ent.' chi r;'ir. i : Ocala e tetio ia'l ti r Pan is--w ll it will
i- p ";,. iro ,O -a ,' i t,, ,olL ,,tp n s1 TI" ,ilt I I l l !' (fi l% l O t I E r t..t..
.. ^''" ,. l I I s e'll T.. .. I-t ,1 nt county ti' s .s.asive owers oy in a few short years
.- i1 -41 't, .. ..o ,--ti f il o,1, 11The1,,1i. uwIno
cn''! p .'-liw- on Tll i ir attiin- C tli l,' 5 *t-, i, in n i s noxx' t reasl~r.T 'i the ;So llb'.i- 1 Ithoilgh tlb ihosj hate indl s
I .e-! "a, It I- ^t'lca tltle-r' toc', h h.r halt of th,> li'hnint. h o w( ''r. ;ti i caniii o()f -vetert'ins, Mr. W W. Clyatt is tear'in i still in its tens, there w'ere
s i ](| "Ii" Il i ii t.t tmI ti: iiill. 1. /- V! <
_,_ ,I Tr i.MO i l Iour runs came acr'osst thle 0late )1 i he ol(i ) azza of th>, Frt'nch aiyjr ,ant shippeeI out (f Florida durii
t b a wett and chins. Re. L. War. oey s going to have a new anin ast year I. tons of ho
Wil ,,10ililors ))viilitsi church.o.this, c_.,
"" "" .,,-t ntn. rta0 t i o mgr 1 h' tol we ,ire eros.'t' b Icila. W it h tor o the Baipti.st churchh of this city. erected and the front repainted. T- rock and it brought into Flori
% ,, Ii .ili ,(1n1a' Ther i a! n d.. ."t," -I" -i 'h"("f" -" B . ., .e re c te d a n d th e fro n tl !" ia in !to F,. "

S r. t ,ic li T i 'i n it.. .s .,.uild ing a vo tl aand 1u1('bins on thirl r \\ait- \\il fill ti he pullpit of the Fir'st Ba i upstairs of the new building xvil ib -. I *7.7-'7 in cash. Since m y dis<
10 la. hin' i ttL) a Li; to I111 hiin ( ICfOSs Wth iti't churi)ch o Saxrannai durin ) i A wstt s pros]hae lock ]n
P. n cl t i o layianith ini,-t"i" g-cire,"" '- i".' !u sed v tho O cala A th letic -A ,oc ta- i " I -'l f "c in 1 -
*t' 1g in eton Bthe th in score, the best Bennvtt ,l onth of August. while the regular '-on hav t been mined and sold in thf
i t, . hatl. could do was to hi, to picher, who pas.l or i- aw'ay oIn a vacation. TDur- of Florida I .:,(,:o6 tons of
Ilil..'0' l in th ,' ina l'i ."
retired hinm at first, and the gameiiini, Mr. \Varren's residei(co in Ocala Mrs. Whetstone, Mr. Horace Whet- hate rock. and it has brontf.
Jude Hul ,. i<.'e of the Wekiwa Springs ho- plate before the pitcher fielded tihe noth;n ,, would delight them inore soon leave for a trip to Sylacaug-, Al- rock. and add to this $29,75.4.21
t-i The detland for rooms has leen ball. but as the side was retired on 1 than a visit from him. abama. their old home. They w:!l e for lands and machinery, we ha


WITH ANTICIPATIONS KNOCKED OUT
USE ----
I ',!'. Mtarc(" s Fr.rm k. |>r,;i ,.i ,,r .' !i.
i V ari' ty!- Sto~r,. -4 1 1- ll ,til;, i:...i' ,,ti.^

It r" the opin'Iii l isltv (of his -.lui. ion
ie ;-he- s r n
ilI' \\,r., kno, '-.'d, lii', .tiui ,hr,..'n.e
r-'". '., is- ; .
S;n 'ha:, his saeid tr,- s)o fir .-\iniii
o t.nst i..
ilils lin ."t sanguinA h-111,- 1 :4i 1 0;ilo

I Phila-
top*-n ,l on Tisd;. \ ton acimnt. i sf nr
1 1 itl y No g't things in #Ii (-' .** r
'p)V .i i. M r. F'alnk did not anti |;i,.,. -.,i, !l
)n tn i riih .s :.r''t,', his e .tast.al'i-hi.int
>n. aind al :, t~ i'.tt~hu
e ,r:--: '.in--froni arly tp-inli hour
i <*''ir-t il (',o s in i .
I (Chas.
i ('as ,\\U le tht, V;riL-ty 's prpri-'tor ha.i
"i'-Vass hl td ut'ich faith in printer s
to hi l111 tils last illll'tratiton of it- p1llian<
a. f.ol- I1,0oer has ev'n su'rprist'd himni
I Tht'se s <1ii-antial sales ha-t b*-
whn ('IcOl.- so; Popiular that man.% i)'oploa
W n \b wtlr('h 'ager y tor them.ii as th-yv nan
he "ov thet saying (of niany dollars in tho
he lorid-. ours(e of a v.ar to) tt,' a\,er;a , hotum*-
S'lori i holder.
)ume a.
tat of Mr. Frank says that jutdgin from
v-,--of ihis opening lay 'bhis ale will far over-
v-sovenshdwayehm
ir f. ron shadow any he ha ever held
it from A NEW GROCERY STORE
entering J
m ean s ,. ,.
means Messr. M. Fish'! & Son. our enter-
tfll a- [prising nierchants, have bright the
an thl. stock of C. R. Ie-n(dric(ks. amid have
n Phil- rented the store torimerly (occupleti
Florida I
"r St. 1) h,im. Messrs Fishel & 8)n expect
ter p pto put in a large stock of grtweries in
eIraly connection with their dry go xs anil
l to'Icothing and 5 and Ds cent stores.
SNe. and in the future will t- able to Sip-
(1 N ice Iply all your wants. This will be very
*e tn-' .".
h. convenientt to their culst(omlers, as they
uia ta ecan do all their trading at one place.
nin the ,,..
.in th When youth are in Oc'ala go to) Fishel'
laS Iut
hand get yollr wants supplid.
1e ap-.
'rt V.'
"" 'THE KILLING AT FORT McCOY
)re Mr.
,r l'or- Fort McCoy. Fla. July 211. 19 I.
nvaded
t ds- Special to the Ocala Banner
virtue The usual quietness of this place
before was disturbed abtit 5 o'clock Sunday
turned evening when six pistol shots rang
ve-^ta- out as fast as the trigger could be
eloped- pulled. [pon investigation it was
Ieoap- found that A. A. (,re had shot and
S ieau-nstantly killed Ed Howard. Howard
was drunk and troublesome. Mr.
e x'et"
Sy Blount. a hy-stanlder, was also shot
Sth-rough the thigh in the melee Par-

i.la is ticulars later. .1. W STEVENS.
Mr. andti Mrs. (C. C Priest ,if Antho-
ny are back from a few w .ks' trip to
ention- South (arolina. Mr Priest Kai. that
st (lis- this is his third! trip back to the ol<
a, and state in the' ptast twelv'e '\',".rs. and
Ie first that it has im prov'e'd more' in the past
In this.t h'.Pe yetr-. ihan in th,' e*itht or ten
d!. y'.ars bi.foir'. Th', t said ;ofT ittiWr v, tilt-nt js .' \'rvrywher,, vi tle,
ill t',W l and 4tih 'i v Ii t;a-, li.'*'n a
t')-l |. 't sl)!.'n. ,!.d crtop V,. .r :r ).|! th e! 'i \'pm -

'Fsonl)&tI'at. ; If ,rtle ueir tr rli~ii r lo'i- t Fe c(>-4 .
in th, ail( i] o t'heol t hg ;.tioi ;r. t ,l 'irty
siiPss. o(r fo,,- lii-hf). ,,t i' >rn .Itf. tM~W nol
|ll t ln u 'r ,.t: ; il' d ,.. '.;s *\ ) |',tl cln [,> ' r'f o)r ni-
e m 'n l a c -s, T !! t ol \v\ l| o ;i .. r ii;, r k ,,,|
.M r. iPiir;-o\ ' ,.i iTi ;i !t. ,',ti 'ln '\. "in,! th


to Mr.",old1 stat,' *- tikinii on ru.n. ,.l life.
only.()On hi:s 't-it.t ilolli' %I, Prie.st -tiopp.,
SBuit o-,tr i Jack-onmiill- -.-.r.al *l.%i4 and
trv is says tli;, it ,qo,. f.,ruirig ait,':l; with
uliined I wo ,derf'il strid' l-; Bt ut he ;.. ) hat
ng the he saw l nothingfmhi l o i tr.i-.'!.s piorr
siphate beautiful thailj Mari n ii imt', court
la $;.- house andI r.ro',ii|. ti, .'a.s that hat
co very ,,- (old of i ,' i!liVty are -'ctwom linlg
thereIno-e andi limor.- l-.as.- wwMh the. i:me
S tate (,n t'v,'ry \ijit tt, th. ,'oiity v sit
phos-;
t Into! Mr. Ebb Il'vi, of lake ('it% was a
)r the; visitor vester rlay. If,. was just lup
( paid 'from WVillwood anti C'oleman. and
ve the says that it didI hxMk like a pity to -Aet


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THE OCALA BANNER I CINCINNATUS AT THE P4LOW ITOM WATSON'S "BIG TALKEE"P FACTORS IN GILCHRIST'S suS
-------------- -- ---1CESI f an American heiress isn't a fool
In that portion ot imagination's "Antiquity wa% shocked when Cleo- n eia ies a foo
PA K HARRI. Editor. j realm reconnoitered by the ""mind's patra dissolve aimt aranK a pearl val- It may not I)be too late to give ere-lit when she marries a poverty-stricken
S.Li..n--ngoe- Buie Manager. eye." and as bearing upon Roman bis- ued at $410.0011. Historians empha- for GeA. Gilcbrist's vicory to) those foreign i!ean she will hardly art
S___ !tory. there is no incident better" cal- size the scandalous luxury of Lucul- who most deserve it: accordinigly. we o h e money soon enough to suit
,culated to cause a th-ril! of admiration !i.s. who spent $%541) on a feast. When venture to say that his success was him an the atch will be unhappy
-^i,. \\~V f \(lnoi'C money thanii any na
Q-^ ~~ ~~'in ever patriotic b,:-reast than th, p)ic- on, of our American millionaires due in the first place to hIs n oV o on han a na
ture of the grandest character Rmen throws open a grand ballroom tor a splendid campaigning-hi- .nanly. ion n all history an te run w, '
ever produceel ,iilig+ntly enaetled in night of revelry the floral decorartions open and honest l)latform, his lpe'- .',r it nxam pl. hy sttli
t^^^^^ : ~~~the manual !)ut not degrading cccu- alone cost more than the feast of Lu- sonal efforts on andi off tlie stu; ai )e a ha)i' iUio e .
5p)ation o:'guiding th ;)low. The fact culkls. Anti when )one of our (leo- his fine indlividiual appearance. Titse A bettet haf i a working tajorit
thar t11-. purest' least animbitious. andl patras is fascinated by some roving w iere thie chief factors in hiis 'riumlph. usbani are acctis!onle, t) I)-
1 ;^5 inmo:-t really inflir:.-intial citiz-n that Marc ( Anthony. English diiul. Italian Nxt. his ltrary (amain a- a- n woirke. know h w that i.-.
S\"nJ Romen ever boasted, should hau -, al- prince, French count or Hungarian mii'al-ly nianage d by John l aFni.--.. ;rief i aur t ony Thing '- "
nmo-t exclusively. devotei hi.- T' .,e. snt.eze-woee(d. she thinks nothing of which contributed imnmen.-ely rto the ,)oi1 w:ll
Your fag and my flag. and how it flies hiz talents. and hi:- wondltrf;l ,,nir- :-'-pendling from one to five million dol- result attained il. As powerfull aii- t,'"
T"a na an yn f.a dho tm _> r -. hen a bov Zoos to the ba~i hi- lia
today. gies (whenever the -ommonweal*t, lars on the 'pearl.' In Cleopatra*'s th& sa'mle eni,. the caini. ,iignitioei an'l l a
Ia your land and my land and half the couhl dispose ol the larter t, ,rr': world away. iro
RomC red and blood red its stripes for- agricultural pursuits .irpl ..n- proiu0lCt of IIUTIIre(. In th- modern n- idataleactiviTY an.( enrhnisinl- rim^!. i
ever gleam; strates th, moral gratleu'r o! T'i, stance every dollar that zoes abroad !tic sulp)rt', t he Tait)a Tri'un- anl i ', ow that the- ,ti 1
Snow whit., and soul white. the goo,31
n foreathers dream s:l' wietinn* implying, as i: , s. to pa v for foreign titles and minis!'r the line ,)rk of the )caia Balnor. ti5 oi:,g '.'':
for-father?' dreami. I1.1 t .'i. w - ')*'J ;) l;!~ir' '
Sky blu.- and true blue. vith stars thit that. in ,iipari-on with, all i)h, -r ,:- TO the ioid)raved1 aplptit -.- of arist,)- Mia-i Nii wos-Ri-. ,rd tnd ; ti, Taila- ,-I, weT,. *l; : : ': !',t rI, ,
gleam aright; I- at s ti t:iasdi(rtmdi
The glori-'1 guidon of the day. a shel- mtan l- ('i ii( ln t ,. ,:t. at( ,ia ch t's i. i .. u ; ha.-- ) n at ,I t ,, ha t j -", ..: -.,r
ter through the night. "1 tillin of : .-' u,-il' to b1) at ol,'" ,;, he .\Am ricaln lal)ort'ers roil. .-,l,.r .!id etfy ct in T:1tiism, i;w i :,' '; f.' i '
Y our flag an t m y flag. an d 1h l a l. the l st ihn .moo' .t. and "F ro l ihe 'racti:, n lint's of N 'w ;' i'' i si irile t.a' aftva fr',ill t '. iA-- .'.-.. ;.' 2 .
Tour tag and m .ag" and therefore ,h I st iuCi tro till Y1ok (itv 'Ran and Bt:o ont ha tai- IY-rk Cs dl:, lrii,,'. m uch it hohi- ....
Your land antd y l.ind secure with' happint.. of ail ,Th rs. !i :i.- i ll'ter '"r I g'reate.r anou:i5 01 p!.ui.tleI tor an vital i-'-.. a,: ;'i i!,,ir,,:, inv,' ,.a i .. .1 w W. 't 1 'a' l,,. ; ,'\
Its fold *fre wido w. ino. ,li. rron atnaild ;, a ,d \V W arren H astinas. w 'utti,, from thw l' T i .. *>\',- -. .. ', r,'iir'. ..,'.i t'i,'n' 'kv .,,
Your heart and my heart beat quiek'-r ;.t.tfh.
at the sight: his lofty indlifferenice to Tihat o eCi,. princes of Hind stanl sHastinat ns ,l'-i'i;y so''-ii .x-'1 len; an ; ri tli)( >l:li' "' F ll ,Ie i
Sun-Uss.d anti wind-tossed, the red of renown which- s)oildl the idl ri-ch of India--iran- :.s tli' St,#a, k'., T,'l' ab. rh,. i ,'.l.:,id ',l- n ,, r x' iiC' e l 'rd ', s) ti.e inn-
and blue and white-:
The one flag. th, great flag. the flag f r "Pla-s around, tlhe head. comes tlees who hadl thems- ,ls-v s !plund ,redi R'eor,. I. a ,lani N,.N.-. ..(*.*-) ,' - t ir-t1:": t i- v ( r,.at. ,
me and you:; not to the hleart't. their ow'n l)eoi)le. Rvan and B13 in" )11u ('oni.nn rcia,1' I)illl-'1,tl .\,v 'tr,, 1t ;-+ *'(''' i le'? "
lorified all else beside.. the rod anihe l'eroved himself t-Ihe. nI,-;,-6 R,- ,iti not Iplundter the idle rich. No: Butrl .I St., anu"i j:hr,- s nmal-.riiall .\ !ig ta-a 'ii .r '),I a l+-o rl rt
white and blue. h al' ... " tTe- p
n- ---an of thel all." and ni;>lhaica.ly i h .y put their roo iy hands upon !110 anl.i lo()ly h.ld;,e i 1 10 e. c'lpai' aii'n :i n .?l t V .'" l .- t,!:. \'- ','
FRIDAY. JULY 24, 1908 that inmaculate character. ini heath- scant earnings of nii.lions of workmen derv i tl i:' o o *w l r- i. atr wich i
!en times, who carried out. in his daily ani worklwomen llf () ra.tr New York *ion. omaraily -at.-K "' Bet'"'
DaFvOCRA TIC TT wa ad behavior th precers andand amassed fortiins for Fahemselv Fially. t!).-e iii )i'-ai. in Wol
practices of Christianity. without I)e- by rol)blng the indlustrious poor. w'.ho w\rv bett'ay d int toa;i!'.n ia;ft i':
ing aware ;hat it, great Founder was "They talk to us of foreign foe:.-, an the fiahr. sicceel-dI in ll-Iili ai :'.'a tini rhat he iad i
I National on hi:. way to tpronmutlgae his t:oc- some of our statesmt-n wildly clami)or liable aii t ative' iy 'iverrin; s"- '"i o 'v i the aytnmini. trntion's (.1'S
Presi ient ,f the United States- trines to a benighted world. We ,le- for a billion dolo!lar navy. But tell In,- e'ral rho,-:1,l : r,.I rt,' Mr. '- .k-.'- ':' [rownsvi! case, a- was state '
WM. J. BRYAN. ,tice thi.- gii, eral ('on(.ll sion. tlc;.e- wlh t tgreat,,r harm a foreign foe ;.n t o ( -i. Gilt'K:'1-.---I"'lti :, ')",:- t i. i. ti er"v ," bY Bishop Walter.
Vice Prdent of the United Stats- forn. f',u hii- d.vot,.,I:.. ;o.agricul- .oull infict jilpo us than we a' suf- H raid. I I Afr-M 'odist Eli.-cpa
JO H N W K E R N "o "l'hi. tI.li.,-,-:,t -. I., ei ftli t u o 3t a" B v'\ +aiari lie ha dt Cart'1
1 litPi States Senator- :: ,'I :1'! t''- ai T' riand i fro t h t, wo :n;a r ka- firing froln thi fhtoe w within i o rr,- i.g'te ? T h el -ii i .... a! t j i
DI'N AN 1'. FI.ETCHER. i lle pr'.ference he evincei in rezar l Thi ,ntire i Member (if Conrs,.s 1st District- ithereto,. as contrasted with l, s appar-' p'an invasion in 1- was not a .. ,il i's -i(- 'i;.i -, i ,.i. i: i can. .I |- ,
S. M. SPARKMAN. '.nt luke."wlrmn'- in the. hiat' (t o ith'',' ill noIleV o:" in l hu an liltie. 1lu j ".":'- ': i (' tl,-r i'oi' of :l a r I .-- -
Presidenta al El]-ctors- Istate. affairs, that ('imiiciniat is. mo'. our losses every fi\- f'ar. to I:e'ia'-j -- i _'.i- I':.eI el;i;!d r; "'("e'o'( l ,
H. P. BA I11E. T : '
P. BIBUTLER than anyv ,..t,,r :ma of hU-f tin,.., u'n- torv corI)ora ions. SUSPENDS PUBLICATION j pi' atr," I)Q i <
(;EORG ('. MNARTIN. tiers! ood in what tru-t hliappin., s (on- "oCo 'uot up the i "c m i m ine. m ill --. na : "'Ar .) time 0i f ,,. lifte ha1
SAMU'El. PAS(`(. sitled: a n, thou hli more capal, bian ail, factor': count im) the hutn T l^i,. OaK [,niam'at has., ',n a .r.-,): ?. hold mnyself lollIte
Slain\ of his coniteiimplorarie. o: coni'iici- wr'iecis of the sw.va;-shl-1 : cotn l ti p P'"n,1)', jm'li-atio, a lqis.in .<. dil nor by the touch or appr)OaCh of any (:,
State ins such affair wi-, .v andi we!l. titor 'die \ictims that hia'.,, sirewn the linties '.arran; ts ('ol ;illinIli'. .i\Lve 0 k. i- tu'e that wo a WreL ninai sha[." I
Governor-- v,- as h.-. lnot Rotnie's ')ilo in ex'in f- o(f our railroads., the victims of th lii r la ih Miai os the we all elt that way fw ,iff:enr t
AIBERT W. GILCHRIST. I t o
Comptroller-- it '?' antl when "tl.e waves ran stock yards, the sugar refineries anid ti t largest ciiy in It, : -:a,. That i. world would be.
A. C. CROOM. hih", h'was ure to be at his post ; yet, the smelting works: count up wlhat (s n1101 1111))01ort its daily is a srryv
Railroad Commissioner- !jt ie iarebeLs" en voi'Co aels
il ROYAL C. DUNN.er- he disagreeable task being accom-you have lost to those who exploit blow to iTs 1)restiig-. The Democrat is The l)r,'s- dislatches l) not say s
ROYAl C. D[NN. I)lished. he would hasten back to his child labor: count up all these toutr l corporation andi has 1ma1ty 1 nI of b)tt it i- safe to say that the "sage u
Treasurer-
T u W. V. KNOTT. plow, unnioved by the plaudits of his 'ears and you will reach a frightful wealth ellind it. but th, v could not Eophh's" st-!, takes a plunge in th
SIeetary of State- countrymen, and d(ievoted more than ,total which, exceeds the losses of our stand the drain. The paper lid not Hudon these July mornings. At an
H. CLAY CRAWFORD. ever to his beloved vocation of culti- civil war. ive telegraph news.-St. Petrurg :t he buckle on his democrati
Attorney General- eating the ground. "For several years a 'big stick' Independent. armor and will do valiant battle fo
PARK M. TRAM MELL. -president has leen engaged in the al- rive Oak claims to have ,0u0 n.o', th-e national democratic ticket.
SaeSupt. of Public Instruction-- rsdn a eneggdi h i
WNI. M. MOLLOWAY. MEN WITH BEARDS legend work of trust-busting. Where's Pol)ulation than Ocala. and the Dem-
CB--i-iom-r of Agrieulture- ____y our busted trust? Which one of them ocrat actually used to poke fun at
the !L c o N*urt. We all know of Samson's great has been put out of business? You Ocala and make sport of the Banner. ears of corn on exhibition at the Con
J-tte of te spree Court- mercial bank. This corn was grow
WILLIAM A. IfOCKER. strength-it was energized in his hair. cannot name it. How can a president
THOS. M. SHIACKLEF'ORD. His whiskers and the hair on his head who has bee~i standingg pat' with the The Starke Telegraph, sys ,thatfo seedng d eistiue byrhimnaly donF
Ur.- At~mmey, 7t Judleial Circuit-- were a kind of storage battery, and tariff stand-patters do any effective the Seaboard is advertising, Starke. tesrn.H scril on
^" S^ ^^ ^ w^ ^The^ ^ onl wa fboard th rairadt ad- goo thin for the faring dindutr
JOHN C. JONES. when called into full play gave out trust busting? You might as well try T

Ceuintv as much strength as an electric mo- to purge the gulf of Mexico without vertise the interior is to put it on a our county. He is a benefactor.
tar, diverting the Mississippi. ~freight basis with the seaboard. The ~r .LHre ft~~nrII


W. D. CARN of Ocala.
L 8. LIGHT of Reddlck.
onty Judge-
JOEPH BELL of Ocala.
Cik of Cbat Court-
8. T. SI8TRUNK of Ocala.

JOHN P. GALLOWAY of Ocala.
Tax Collector-
E. L CARNEY of Ocala.
Tax Assem r-
ALFRED AYER of Ocala.

STHOMAS PASTEUR of Ocala
ISt. Public Instruction-
J. H. BRINSON.
County Commissiole ---
DIx. l-G-eorge MacKay. Ocala.
DiLt 2-J. M. Mathews, Flemington.
Dis. 3-M. M. Proctor Pedro.
DIs. 4-N. A. Fort. L.vnne.
Dix. 5-W. J. Crosby Citra.
Members of School Board-
Dis. 1--iamac Stevens. Ocala.
Dis. 2-B. R. Blitch.. Blitchton.
LUt. 3-J. S. Grantham. Ft. McCoy.


Are gifts to campaign funds, great
or small, "tainted money?"

Henry Watterson don't ask any
o4s of Satan,l ell of high water.

Now we want an "air ship" navy.
Thl country is going navy crazy.

Since his nomination the World
as *hnwn nn nhmttilit- tv-avA flrA,-.,


Besides the story of Samson's.
which if it were not biblical, would
sound a little fishy, there are other
stories that beards have formed a
conspicuous and leading part, not to
mention the story of Bluebeard.
The New York Press gives the fol-
lowing bit of historical information,
all hinging on the cut of one man's
beard.
That paper says:
"For ages beards were the delight
of ancient beauties. The sight Uf a
shaved chin excited sentiments of
horror anti aversion. To obey the in-
junctions of his bishops. Louis VII. of
France cropped his hair a la pompa-
dour and shaved off his .uxuriant
whiskers. Eleanor of Aquitane. his
consort, found him with this uncom-
mon appearance very ridiculous and
very contemptible. She revenged her-
self by becoming something more
than a coquette. The king obtained
a divorce. She then married the
Count of Anjou, who shortly after-
wards ascended the English throne,
and gave him as her marriage dower
the rich provinces of Poltou and Gui-


"In mine, mill and shop, in field and
forest, the workman brings forth ev-
ery year the immense sum of four
and a half billion of dollars. Yet,
when we come' to examine the official
reports published by the government,
the terrible fact appears that the spe-
cially privileged have taken practical-
ly the entire amount."

GOVERNMENT COMPETITION

All this hard work, hurrah and
combined efforts that are being put
forth in order to get a small reduc-
tion in the price of print paper is all
right for the big papers, and of
course would be of some small benefit
Ito the publishers of the country week-
Ily. but very little. Now. there is an
I existing evil that is causing consider-
ably greater loss to the country print-
er in one year than he loses in the
price of paper in five. I refer to the
printing of envelopes by the govern-
ment. If the same united efforts and
combined influence of the printers
were brought to bear in as much ear-
nestness as has been in the paper


enne: and this was the origin pf those matter, we couk get tdus government
wars which for 304 years cost the buses knocked out
French nation 3. oo,,o0t men. All of Ein, Tex.. my homo town, has
which probably had never taken pace about seventy-five business houses,
I- T _ A a L k L . _l 1. .


lutieiuio Will ineU a(ivrtlse isei. we
have had enough immigrants to land in
Ocala to have made it as big as .Jack-
sonville and Tampa. but with. freight
discrimination competition is impos-
sible. Some of these days somebody
is going to get possession of the rail-
roads with a grain of gray matter and
will quit killing the goose that yields
not only soft and downy, but golden
feathers.

The rural mail route to the south of
Miami has grown to such proportions
that it is now one of the largest free
mail delivery roptes of the kind in
the state. The postal laws require


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bor Times of Jacksonville, is for the
Hearst Independence League ticket.
It is "love's labor lost" in Florida. Mr.
Hearst had better keep his money.
The time may come when he may
need it.

The Montgomery (Ala.) Journal
says that "the democrats are looking
to the west." The democrats had bet-
ter look in all directions. They have
received less encouragement from the
west than from any other section

Richard Croker cables that he will
get in line for Bryan. Judge Parker
aiiui his friends have dtrmin.Ip


postmaste!rs of offices from which ril- pull off their coats and make a
ral routes are open-itd to keep a pull, of thi coat and mak a
cra ounroutesaretrtr to keo a ,', hoiieo-on-fire" campaign for the "'en-
count of the letters ail l)ackaCes d,"- tioma n trm Nebraska."
,. , ,ttmioin trom Nebraska.-
livered and collected on the rout. un-
til they shall reach a total of 5oo.) ppr If Hearst endorses Bryan. watch
month. These figures were reached out for the World ranging itsoif in
and passed in March. when the ,,liv- the Taft column, but if Hearst putl up
series and collections amountedr to a separate ticket the World i ial
9wo packages, continuing in that vi- prol;ability will give Bryan a h'artv
cinity every month since thPn-Mi- .-pport.
anii Metropolis.
The Prince tof Wales is coming to
The reason some candidates were thU I'nitedl States on a visit. King
defeated in the late primaries was be- EdiwardI visited the 1:nited Statps
cause they undertook too much; They when he was tlhe Prince of Wales.
tried to win both for themselves and His visit was in 1l6O. He was then
for other candidates. Editor Bittin- 19 years old.


BOY IUHIURU



BY AWFUL HUMOR


Almost Covered owilth Eczemna-.-%
Night's Rest 6"r Nearly a Yewr...
Feared Lifelong Dist',gul-eevnt-oo.
All Treatments Fa~!e' and L1it
of Endurance Seerncd Near,


PERFECT RECOVERY
IS DUE TO CUTICURA

--w it Ithe exr'#'" t r o.1n ol
feet, mn 5 'l ,I"I jt(' V "j" d
w&4 aifnot'.t ttIll''. .'t.i walk
nearly a '-ear i ''tr'' *,
t ho'ir p Wor 't r. yo-'-.1

fiev. h! m. A''v t I i I' TE

mrat to'r w'.)*'''ii'Ir,111 TI'k I I
wi~r%.'. Man.%-a tit'''ti -w
ing tosebi-..iLI

-fwh'' l i 1E 1ri'' 1 '"U
try *iut wuira. aut'1'"'
anti a b-ttlo I "it 1iuara i P- .,rip~
uswd thom nin tfih g '&'f I I ?14 a'1 !,. e W
the first nighr f ~ or '. a a ar' '. he
to" yo)u.but' in thi'- m. 'a i rv..A'~ o l
great elian*' f''r Ith-o b''.- n atjut
six ws'eks %-,-isewil'i no -Id avsb t .,,i ha
hP had e-vr hat I an vt h i I zw,, r, 7Aw I h kjn
I treat."1 him r'.w-~ a d~a. '.o -. x yrih
and at pro-'It he li" b.- a t ; .1' '* '"; 'ta.4
and n4 it a .;car on hth b~t-.-. Ttio.6
ntorr p'n tcan A.-.'-irJ*' I *1r'
and how heoli()i.,Or or' 41:'
sieian. D~r. rw,"etr ,,n'fl ov- it,
c'ira Reniodip-a for .~zvta N'


Sswa;) and to.'d l,'.ilt
c'ura ii tO[n r, lf: i fi r'rl'in, '' r-'-414.
incalv..4a.IAwli~t-v'r itT I..T. 'h7t .~
stirw i.la~ tto O i:,rr dt 4 K -
root,; wa? h n- a'; -tta'r V -ar q
skin, andial ~io- h' t.' ~r -A ,n
swi'-#t, whol.-'.''Tn K' iLv ..nI w.-*
all other rn-di'Ef.-' frv'

('tith t ervi 41, 1.1tT'.n'T'". '"*-- -, be
Stulal 1,jnhriieh 't t.11 I' '.*, It. utah

ClitUNCLERoREMUS


Mr Grantland Ric, ii rh,. N ,i
villo Tennet s.an. pa '1,i. to,,lo :in
trilmbite to .loel ('hanil!'.r Hlarri- *'i,
recently diedI a' his him.n. in A.i.ttA.
and is known the world o'%r 'o rr wu
hands of children. ho, huta% ri'. n 1
his stories und-r the thirm lar n.i.mD
of "l'ncle Remus."


There's a shadow on the cotton patch
the blue has left the skk J
The mountain meadows ,cbo with '!b
south wind's sadineld sigh
Andti the gold of all the s i ihin.. t
Dixie's turned to gray-
But the roses and the \itoler., 4all
hide his farct aa.y


"The Little Boy' loni, om)n, 1nl his
eePs are dimmedl with. toAr.
Beyond the mi.ts h." n .% '-
shadows of the -vo-:r>
The light all lie-s tibehin.d him a' 1*
l)b'st friend go)ni a It;,% --
But the softest windI. Of I n11. ,
h .art ,ill knel ,, i,r.

The pe-lople of ,Ii ,# .% .% d i *- '
Andi f&suttiri .,t ci4:11ii
Th, b-ar. thit fx. th .. ..h A
miouirn him mir rh,.n ap Lr,
Bilt the i'o.-, that -' t ,.' .. ,
hi.5 boso,)til-t...tiT.,, .,,r]t
S A ',1 turn its criniT -n '.,. ,' ..
ki:.s away rhav i,. '


Th.- shadlov% *. on '~''
light has l"- .. 4
A WtlIs~l iu r .

A I I tlu+. gl f:~ h .
Iiiixie. tm ne a
Biut the T~to-t~am'..: ff'
sh al I tm.luu. aAa


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PROWIfmTION FIGHT MAY BE ON i furnish the necessary natural fertUl-! NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE NOTICE
WHEN LEGISLATURE MEETS l izer to produce the perfect fruit-
lraa T grown here. This land is very rich. Notice is hereby given that under Notice is hereby given that the as- Of Application for Tax Deed Urnde
Florida faces a prohibition agaia s can easily be seen by the mammoth and by virtue of a certain final de-r
Sas ca decree entered by the Judge of the Cir- sessor of Marion county, Florida, met Section S of Chapter 488S Laws
toan 1 fact. it Ainevitable, unless oaks and other trees. Many of these cult Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit with the board of county commission- of Florida
1aaU3 of the state senators andti repre-, orange trees were never planted. but of01 Florida. in and for Marion county, | ers at their usual place of meeting in Notice is hereby given that J J
*4"Uhativ l violat,. an obligation made were budde l on original wildI orange in chancery sitting, on he 24th day I this county on the 6th day of July, A. Fort. purchaser of tax certificates No
In the rcen t campaign and go back and lemon trees that have no doubt o June, A. D. 198, in a certain cause D. 190S. for the purpose of hearing 7. :;S. S5 6. S7, S and 91, dated
therein pein,.ng. wherein Morgan V.
lto td clarations publicly nade grown in this wilderness for ages. Gress is comAplainant, and Robert J. Complaints and receiving testimony as the 4th day of June. A. D. 1906. has
sij- nth.- "rinaary. Which was held The writer was particularly interestedl Knight. also known as R. J. Knight; to the value of p)rol)erty assessedti for filed said certificates in my office and
iatt Wonlh. in this grove, because so) many people, Pine Lumber Comnipany, a corp)orationI the year 19,wS. The said board having has made al)plication for tax deed to
Th.w eonstittuonI of Florida pro- in Florida. as well as elsewhere. thinilofrganize of and existing under the laws increased the value fixed by the as- issue in accordance with law. Said
^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~o til state of---1- --- Florida. ilerber! L. An-! s--u n cracew'
>i.l. .,r local option.r and I)rohibitit.n and thoroughly believe that all Flor- son an P. R. Lester are defend sessor on the following described certificates embrace the following de-
y ~derson andl P. R. Lester are defend-
i- Inf0,.-ils tunl..,, th, C1 lnmstitution ida land is s naturally poor that it ants. the undersigned special master property, to-wit: scribed property situated in Marion
STi: a. l' , ot the otps will not l)rotduce anything without ar- in chancery, appointed therein to exe- Vest half of an acre east of and ad- count. Florida. to-wit Southwest
ut th Tificial fertilization. To all thos cute sai, tiinal decree, will. on joining lot :9. Caldwell's ad. Ocala: quarter of northeast quarter. section
t Th.al a Monday the 3rd D of August, A. D. raised from $: to $15. Assessed township 12. range 2: lots ;
in T. a p ih Alloert W .*(;il- still thilik s,) I woubl tadvise to conme1 1908, rase fom $310 to"156....,_i-e
'.,a hwal obtion .i<, bn tori g(vornor, and t"sands and Ventura groves.-Flori.a ('or. sl(hl decrees. at the l)remnises where Lots 4, 5. 6. Benjamin's silub., Cald- northwest quarter of northwest quar-
r,,. ,., ,,,: i .-,* rPkr.th, sawmill reinaf ir mentioned is -wels a,. Ocala raise front t ter xct northeast quarter of north-
,a: I)+-- N. .tiE .IilT ''a.'- i, h. ..YOr P acker. ioeatr d, being about five m iles east $Well's ,O la. Ve f o dowatr
'( Pr.'.,,t,.>n ol that a go- BOYS LIFE SAVED ot rilv (If O-ala. Marion county.,state $ Assessed to D. S. Woodrow. wst quarter of nohwest quart.
W. :r.1""Id !i'Ati i i ad -\ P,' ;of Fioridla. 0or near what is com- West half of southwest quarter and section 6. township 12. range 24
My laI b. four ears o. had a ;01\ly known ,as the Siver Spirings southeast quarter of southwest quar- soqtitheast quarter of northwest qur-
'8,**-*b. -o-,',. I', t 1 : a.a. of ;.i. W ha*lb c sur, ot the Saboard Air etion,08. towshi) 15. southrag l, s o township 12. range 2:
S , n' y o ,T a,llin Ru.t a offer and sell to t ase from t.2l southwest quarter of sothaht qdar$-
'" '..-,, 'n..-,i t, !-..':- \,) phy.c-iiais l oth of tim '.' -ighs andl lhest l)idlier for cash the '' east-12 acres et fom, test q ofsh as
*. .;'i,1,,i': ;,1it ;' I ,' I, ,him uI a* e within ave hiim ('hani- folhwing sA,, ib i p sol r er ; l 'o As t F I ('o r. -- r section 1. l..n-.
'~~~fimil if.'rbi 'Iwi*-s.l. '....1,. leI0inwColc. L'A raand lwirr

i.. C-a ,l-'ton Hill. Ala'1. Th.1 i< l -- ns lu tH.i n 24. township 15, south. ran.or 2I,,ship 1r range 24:; south half of lot 3.
..'.- i 1,h ,i- ;li p... ti,,, a.. t i,, .- ,, ~ an.u ,| o, ,lc C h .,*e ne ,l ls a rr- ie ^ ,. ^ \ iz" I^ sa ."m s st hal o ncr..s: ,, is l quI 'ron an>" t o : 4 section !9. towtnship 12.ra t. 2 T.
A1,Th 1ewwc.-hH.iS.mIG.asi, cranlVbengileri.os -1 $2soth1. rang of lt
I iharIl millfrline and sa catri t r60edy saveiset 1
I .a *. i, 1,1taa t,,l.lrt\r, t, ,(htn each 'i :to I o\) 54 circular saws rw. Assessed to N. A. Fort. sai lan bein assessed at t ,l
*it With osh o,!r oil a(cor',ini to the bui
Ithe tat lain Iin f l ir+ctti)n, a.ind a cnre is ain lig ati be" arts 158 2-: feet east of
h '' "~"'l"** 1ir^.o- .,laceis* ^^ i s :; fee asr on' t"'0 west01 issanc of*" suc "h certificate in
.t - i,-tUi ,-ltiuIa.ihi 'ira nc, (ortazi F.)r sale all i* In chaits: n lacksithi op too side of block 77. 7 .). S., Ocala : aise l the na, of Hening L. & I. Co.. Ma-
ri~.ri !ar te *'~iI,~ *.*. ~all-I- PqtIiiiilot, also shatting, pulley,.
,. ,, fa ,',-h a FROGS CURE CANCER llilt1: 1 stalVe inach-ine. 1 mill shed, front $100'0 to $2 ,i. Assesset 10 J. rion Erwin. B. F. Harper. Syltoster
..n.. al "~ ~i; FROGS CURE CANCER x ,_xa;, i boarl edger: 1 set of live D. Robertson.
t... '~. I la, e..' |...itt,,,o ,, allow he I"G CUECNE ^ ^ ,,^_ ^ ^^^^^ ,,^ G. W. W~ells. R. N. Burton. T.
% o,. ',,- th, r,1, ail()\, %- the rf ,, "|rlers ani rigging: 1 Perfection thin- Soutiheast quarter of southwest N. Wells, Jr. Unless said certicate.,
i*.,' l It, 1 -,-' T h,. 'ie,. q ,.t-:Tii l or- i,'-i,. i h'! t e i, enI- ilf .an- e cn mnachine- 1 forty-foot Georgia q arter and southwest quarter of
...- t ,if worcester an.i os on. Iron Works .aw carriage: 1 Repparda shall be redeemed according to law
roller: I Fil-r & Stowell iiixl6 twin south.ast quarter, section 2", town- tax deed will issue thereon on the
"i., ,;>-: a r,-.-,,l i.n ol in. vtna, :he \V !.. Il^ i > \\ or<.,s ,, l. oti, eli ^ ^ ^ p ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ a t s 7 h d v o u v D 1
1; 1 ,aa rt.!n I 1'11. 14t ltl nahlt' ;theioies 4 17' 4-1 If. P. Adlais engine: 1 ship 14, south, range 21, east-S-0, 27th day of July, A. D. 19)5.
-',. .t%- 1 ,,. ... any C ,n.''li oii ( of iL....ta- it it l.,e.-- l l't hal l!' hh i, li ne sLmple pli- of l1. 12 and 16 inch new belting; 2 t H .We sea thi th 2t a o June. A.bD
f., thr-.-tiith- ol loth houses t) ca ion o !,v fro.,. with w ich a i,hy- Braiey agon carts 8 steel split swsset to H. Webb. seal th1is the th *ao of JSTun A. D.
-l 'h> 1 .lab conve'yor complete. Corn. .*10 chains west of souheast 9IS .T. SISTRNK.
;act,-v- th,--.t h-r'oae,1i4 v,; .-Ila1i:5 Inow tireatin- the disoaso.ul. 1--
Kr. T t .to ~Thr. .are thiiyh-tw- \i 1 t tiif t iea chain: also sawmill complete. corner of northeast quarter of south- Clerk C!'it Court. Marion Co.. FI.
-.'l',..r. illn h. l"\tis li.. and Iti ndrl.- ot i.tyshi Ilk *-:* tU n<, 4 ;\. latIl ,l la.i' liii at l' t-: li hi V> '' La' e mn ih oft the al)boe dtescrib,-'l property sou,. rn 2 e i 0 n.
sul range _e asi. eftsi f.I! chains. .
*. b. i t,. tI Ih. la.--.-a ,' ti. l -;i:',l h !^n-i -i a+,s,, i mii y he neto essary to satisfy t h.e N T _C b
,- *-., .. ,t l.,l. t.i lii t !i '. i ll, .-'litmis arte to!a\ wa i d nal tl dcree aln,! ('O }. s of iili. 0llo t 12 chains, west 15 chains, south- ns, southTICE
-.it" % ,1*1 It- 1, *iisaid lh, i l.Di sar,, i ,ae-L. S. BECK, ast to point of bgininilt": raise d
l, ,i0ii \,r o '' fa, it 1 i IiiZ \i: the ,,.'Ieto int,,..e-t w! e S st'' (.'tacI I' J. ft-onm $21i1ii to $500( : atid acres in t Of Application o
I ;*!'le.tt.e o'ih l -t"*l IcN iE, ,.o 'tli,.',', h.a" plfoy. t, I,, Th' T.o- !. N. G|$t. for Tax Dee n er
-- .:' .,'tlia'' A .o ih' Crl'r' fo" ('0cl. 'i. ('o niiain: t. Solicitofr. .; .uhea-t corflir f south- ast qutr- Section S of Chapter 4SS8, Laws
1,- __"_" _....__ hvI'r. st. ectioln '. townshli) 15, south, of Florida
Iiit ** :. im,. -.',r. hullfroe ih r.li,,vin i "n ..l ', TNOTICE lange -22. east: raised ro-l $4S00 to Notice is hereby given that V. P.
. n.a.... :,.t- :ti, I ,..; V, , are l o p on r ,- ,.ir i .l' Assess ,ld to) F!orida Lime Villiamson, purchaser of tax certifi-
l.*, iI94. = . ... T. . er let-tv- [ji l ' itt' cate No. 721. dated thof tth day of Au-
ia., ',,.. '';. n' ',, i ha,' f,,,'iy- ancel- r I of the :i isii > tL eih .)f Api~licaiion for Tax l)%,ed Under C'omniIMaly.
11. -\. (),.- ;1l:\ Ii.:'ISection ofCaptern of Mr. Davi Sou.h anl t Lah-s Part of lot !st boltdh on ,north by n A. D. in m has oied said certifi-
.1 .*~. ~1'' ii~~' r ail I ~part of Mr. lDav.is'11101ith ianl thlt.Il)-I ofFiorida
..< .o. Ia"-,; -Firazier lott as b)y hlalt -shction line cate inm office and has made appli-
f~t ItelNreie il*,h t'
I. h' l' i pea'thrgoa t a s weti e Notice is hereby given that i '. on lthe south b)y lands of Porter and(i cation for tax deed to issue in accord-
,ii.,walihy druggist is now littirly Willis, purchaser ot tax certificates Archibald. vest b) Little Lake Weir ance with law Said certificate eni-
The ..-, i ;. a thentr fron neiate danger, anl it is No.. 2675, 2;. dated December 2, A. section 12. township 17, south, range braces the following described rop-
vi: i!,l..w a ht ",: stat--wi ,e ;rohi- Ib ie\,,,t that h w-ill soon be toni- D. 1S95: 2556., 2557. 2569. dated No- st 1-. .,s as tw
vemlbler 2. A. D. 1896 "238' 14 ,2. east-13 1-2 acres: raised from erty situated in Marion county, Flor-
itaiolo ttifi % at ill Iw s-eii &t !otal ati~l pletely restored.6)1$0 to 15 :alo os1,2 4, ,6
Twice (151 ) dated July 1, 1901; 862, $5 to $1500 aso lots 1 2 4, 5, 6, ida, to-wit Lot 3, Titcomb's sub, sec-
Ftprentuoi The ,-ali)on interests w aill Twice daily one of those little green dated 2. A. D. 1902, and 839, dat- section 13, township 17 south range tion 16, township 13, south, range 25,
., -,,r. inch ot the ground. and white icims of science is ed June 1. A. D. 1903, has filed said o, east-200 acres: raised from east-10.49 acres. The said land be-
Tb."r are. low over three-fourths of to restore the sick man to health. certificates in my office, and has made $12,. sse to a n assessed at the date ld t e-
th Florida eounti,, dry. and th. pro- Mr. Davis was taken ill some time application for tax deed to issue in ac- $3400 to $12,0i). Assessed to Carney ng assessed at the date of the issu-
L r a ago Being a wealth man he was cordance with law. Said certificates Investment Company. dance of such certificate in the name
bibtiot. ae enfll,,t tat heyago Beng welth ma hewasembrace the following described prop- Southwest quarter of northeast of J. H. Merryday. Unless said cer-
will e-ary the state b' a big majority, able to secure the best medical aid. erty situated in Marion county, Flor- quarter and southeast quarter of tiflcate shall be redeemed according
The-y propoase to hat an organization but after having tried several of the ida, to-wit: L~ots 1, 2, 4, north half of northwest quarter, except 6 acres to to law, tax deed will issue thereon on
in ever) pr,,l-net in Floridla andI the best experts of the state with the only lot 3, south half of lot 5, and north
fact that nerlv everr county has result that the glands on one side of half of lot 6, sub of west half of north- Moore, section 22, township 14. south, the 21st day of July, A. D. 1908.
west quarter, section 5, township 17, range 19, east--74 acres; raised from Witness my official signature and
eleved prohibitionist' to the next his throat ead to be removed, and his south, range 23, east-45 acre. .Th e $70 to $140. Assessed to C. C. Curry. seal this the 18th day of June, A. D.
Ieglslature gfve encouragement to case then seemed thnimproved. and said land beig assessed at the date Com. 9.50 chains north of a point 1908. S. T. SISTRUNK,
the "'dry forte." he began to believe the statement of of the |isatitlit of such certificates in
It will be a battle royal and noted the physiciaug as to the hopelessness tIh names of 'True H. Maxfield J. E. 20 chains west of southeast corner, Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
of hsl caseaote. Elmer, C. A. Broughton and Un- section 9, township 17, south, range 6-19 By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C.
ealker. from all parts of the coun- of h ease known. Unless said certificates shall 24, east, thence north 3 chains, west -
tr. will be prwnsd into service. Geor- As a last resort he determined to be redeemed according to law, tx 12.54 chains, south 1.68 chains, west .-. NOTICE
ga bteng called on to aid the prohibi- try the frog treatment, which he had deed will issue thereon on the 21st to lake, south 1.50 chains east 432 NTC
Ct dvKcalltd o. D. pa w. Sea-'heard o. day of July, A. D. 1908. 1.50 chains, Of. ,, .
U a *dvocates W. D. IUp.haw. Sea- hear.of. ..-, ^..., Witness my official signature and feet, south 198 feet, east 142 feet, _Applcation for Tax Deed Under


bea Wrfht. Mrb. Armor. Judge Cov- ^ ,A- ,y was u e mtoca-au--- sa e on 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws
n id seal this the 17th day of June, A. D. north 198 feet, ast to point ofbegnf C r
I^ m4 others. it has already beln en of the animals, and the first exper- 1908. S T. SISTRUNK, ning-5.63 acres raised from $5 o Florida
4iddqd as. will make a canvass of iment was recently made at his home. Clerk Circuit Court, MarioU Co., Fla.
the whole state. Governor Glenn of At the time Mr. Davis' throat was in 6-19 By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C. $2000. Assessed to N. H. DeLan. B. Chitty, purchaser of tax certificate
StG nd nSouth half of southwest quarter ex- No. 29, dated the 4th day of June. A.
..... outhsouhwes qurterex-D. 1906, has filed said certificate in
North Carolina and other national such a condition that breathing had NOTIC cept chains square in northeast cor- ade
speakers. it is a|aid. will also be engag- already become difficult, and it was ner cp, and xcep 11d chainsnortheanoraccra
ed i the work-Jacksonville Letter believed that he could live butt a few Of Application for Tax Deed Under south on north side of southwest quar- with law. Said certificate embraces
t Miami Newo-Ro,,ori days. Section of Chapter 48S8, Laws south on north side of southwest quar.
The initial experiment ith the frog of Florida 4888 Laws ter of southwest quarter, section 26, the following described property situ-
ica Ml~ii atedR m MarioTheinitialwith herofiFlorid
township 17, south, range 24, east-55 atd in Man c, alorida t
OVER THIRTY-FIVE YEARS succeeded with such results that -ifter Notice is hereby given that Henr3 acres: raised from $80 to $1000. As-w Ls 8ande, aotnd comeningt
OE two of the animals had given up their Rickards. purchaser of tax certificate es s southeast corner, lot 9 Flemington.
In 1h7 there was a great deal of llve Mr. Davis was enabled to get No. 59. dated the 5th, day of .Tun A. sessed to W. B. Cogins. thence west 110 feet. south 75 ft
dtarrho. dy*ntry and cholera in- h4s breath comfortably the inflamma- D. 1905. has filed said certificate in Lots 8 and 9. Teague's sub of lots east 110 feet, north 75 feet, section 27.
township 12, sout ranged2thatamt
thntum It i wt.at hts ttime that my office, and has made application 54. 59 and 60. Caldwell's Ad., Ocala: 2.12 acres The said land being as-
h'lambrlain', Colic Cholera and tion caused by the virus of the can- for tax deed to issue in accordance raise from $S0 to $250. Assessed sessed at the date of the issuance of
Dtarrtoea Reme-:. was first brought cer appeared to have strangely sub- with law. Said certificate embraces shesei from P01t i th2 Assessed e o
Into uw. It propel njore successful sided. Mr. Davis could also take food the following described property sit- to R. S. Hall. such certificate in the nae of Mr
than ony other remiy or treatment. at in rion county Florida to- Lot 5. sub of lot 34. Caldwells Ad.. J L. Dow. Unless said ertificate
tlldhan ,vortherreny-fly' o~rs tr mnt.in-ior-e comnfortably than he. had dtone wit:d in aMa rio o rny lnorthaes rasdfom$o-o$10) s
ad ha for thirt-fv- Northeast quarter o northwest Ocala; raised from $500 to $1000. As- shall be redeemed according to law.
talned that reordi From a small be- tor months. quarter, section ten, (10), township sessed to A T. Thomas.o tax dee(l wy l issuy Aron on th
ginning its .alei and use has extended Todlay. Mr. Davis. while he is not sixteen. (16t south, range twenty- A mas.14th day of July, A. D. 19
to ,v.ry Iar of the I'nited States and entirely cured, is considered to te bet- three (23 east. The said land heing The owners or agents of such prop- Vitness my official signature ani
it many foreign countries. Nineieing
dix. mant foreign will recommuntries.nd it ter than when experts were first sum- assessed at the date of the issuance erty are hereby notified that the seal this the Sth day of June. A. DI
uh thir opinion asked although oned to treat i cae-Boton of such certificate in the name of par- board will be in session on Monday. 19,8. S. T. S ISTR I'NK.
h thr pinion i. asked although mod to treat his cae. Bo ties unknown. Unless said certificate August 3rd. A. D. 190, and will I,'ar Ce C rcuyi H. Maro r. F
th*em have other medicines that pay Post. shall be redeemed according to law any reasons that yo nay desire to --
the'm a greater profit It can always a d w is thereon on the n
tax deed will issue thereon on the
w. 4drepndldc upon. eFen in the Fo ATL RIHT 27th day of July. A. D. 19<>S. give. why the 'valuation fixedl by the NOTICE
Sand danero cases- For JUT EX LY RI T Witness myv official signature and said board should be reduced.
sale by all druci.' m --' In- seal this the 22nd day of June. A D. S.T. SISTRNK, In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Jidi.
"I have used Dr. King's New Life 1 Ciri. S.ST. ISTRNK, (erk Circuit Court a1 ex-Officio cial Circuit of Florida. in and for
SGTtNGOT isosaClerk Circuit Courrt and ex-Offico-,,.,. T-- ...
LARGEST ORANGE GROVE YET P ill s for several. years, and -find them Clerk Circuit C'ourt. Marion C'o.- Pl


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among non-alco-.
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a drink it i marvelously
efficient in the relief
prevention of indigutkuv
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Wholesale Destnbutors.
Ocala. Fla.


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Sale Will Positively End Saturday, August the 8th.


LET THEM


The Following Are a Few of the Prices


DRY GOODS


Pl anmd Dotted Silk Tissue, worth
26c. omly, per yd .. ...........
Vhte Mercearied Madras, worth up
to 26c., only, per yd............
Cored Mercerized Ginghams, worthb
26c, only, per yd..............
2tch Dim Lawns,, worth Sc., only,
pr yd..... .................
3.sc Colored Batiste, worth 12 J-2c.,
oly. per yd....................
864mb Percales, soft finish, worth
lie, only., per yd...............
D-em Fo ld Dress Ginghams, worth
ie&. o .ly, per yd.... .. ......
3meb Dress Ginghams, worth 15 c.,
nly. per yd ...... ... ... ... ....
tey Plad Ginghams, worth 10c.,
s lyi per Yd... ... ...... ...
Ui OCor ShIrts, worth 7c., only,
Par Y ............ ..... .. ..
n--a Percales, all colors. 25 inch-
Wide, worth 8c., only, per yd....
Uuermbsd Batiste, assorted colors,
worth 2c., oaly, per yd..........
e-Iray, assorted colors, worth l1c.,
ely, per yd...................
AmUl Broad Cloth, assorted colors,
wrth 36c.. oaly. per yd..........
USic Ckmarateed Taffeta Silk, all
eitrs, worth $1.25, only, per yd....
34 Bowa Sheeting, worth B6c., cnly,
Pw yd...... ... ... ... ... ... ..
44 Brow Sheeting, very heavy, worth
e., 4y, per yd................
44 Blesched Sheeting, no starch,
worth 12c, only, per yd.. .. ......
44 Bmached Sheetn, worth 10c.,
otly, per yd... ... ............
74 Blached Sheeting, worth 8c., only,
Pw yd.......................
Ac Ginghams for Aprons,
worth Sc., only, per yd. ... .. ....
*4mwb White Lawn, very sheer, worth
ie, owly, per yd........ .....
$4 Unbleached Sheeting, very heavy,
Ita l width, worth 25c., only, per yd..
4 Umblebmted Sheeting, very heavy,
tal width, worth 30c., only, per yd..
$4 Bleached Sheeting, no starch, full
width, worth 30c., only, per yd.,..
4 Bkeshed Sheeting, no starch, full
width, worth 35c., only, per yd....
Brow Dress Linen, worth 25c., only,
peryd......... ............. .
Drown Dress Linen, Guaranteed.
worth 3f., only. per yd..........
44-inch Black and Blue Mohair, worth
T5c.. only, per yd........ ......
Brown Drill, heavy quality, worth 1'c.,
only. per yd..... ..............
4-4 Cambric. very soft. worth 12 l-2c.,
only. per yd .....................
2-I4ch White Unen Lawn, worth 35c..
only, per yd... ... .. ... ... ....
64-nch Irish Linen Waistings, worth
S0c.. only. per yd... .... ... .....
Coat" thread. 6 spools
for. .........................
All Summer Dress Goode will be
sleughtered in this sale. We have
thoynds of yards of goods not men-
Utoed here. Come and look.


Muslin Underwear
Ladlke' Cambric Drawers, Hemst tch-
ed. worth 35c., only............
Laditd Cambric Drawers, trimmed
I mob S vetw6k 12k W lU?~


10c
10c
15c
4 1-2c
8c
9c
llc
81-2c
7c
4c
51.2c
l0c
61-2c
10c
84c
41-2c
51-2c
8c
61-2c
5c
51-2c
10c
19c
23c
23c
25c


15c
21c
49c


71-2c
9c


24c
29c

25c


19c
Ur'.


Ladies' Cambric Skirts, trimmed with
Lace or Embroidery, worth 50c.,
only ...... . .. .. ... ......
Ladies' Cambric Skirts, assorted trim-
mings, at 49c. to ....... ... ....
Ladies' Cambric Chemise, assorted
trimmings, at 49c. to.............
The workmanship of our Underwear
is first class. All garments are cut
full size.


39c
$2.48
$1.48


Sheets and Pillow Cases


36x42 Pillow Cases,
only ............ ... ..........
36x45 Pillow Cases, worth 1Sc.,
only.................. ......
36x42 Pillow Cases, Hemstitched,
only............. ..... .......
72x90 Sheets, worth 60c.,
only............... ...........
81x90 Sheets, worth $1,
only..........................
Our Sheets and Pillow Cases are
made full size.

Towels
Small size Duck Towel,
only...... .. .. . ... ......
Medium size Cotton Huck Towel,
only...... ... ... ... ... ... .....
Large Size Bath Towel,
only................ .. .......
Extra large size Bath Towel, hemmed
ends, only...... ...... ... ....
Fancy Linen Finish Towels,
only.................. ... .. .
Fancy All Linen Towels,
only...... .... .. ... ... ... .....
Large Size Unbleached Bath. Towels,
only...... ... .. .. . .. ....
Roller Toweling at greatly reduced
prices.
We have a very large line of Tow-
els that go in this sale at greatly re-
duced prices.

Table Cloth and (
60-inch Cotton Table Cloth, worth
30c., only, per yd.. ............
60-inch Mercerized Table Cloth,
worth 60c., only, per yd..........
60-inch All Linen Table Cloth, worth
75c., only, per yd ........ ......
70-inch All Linen Table Cloth, worth
$1, only, per yd ................
70-inch All Linen Table Cloth, Drawn
Work Borders, worth $1.25, only,
per yd .......... .... .. .......
52-inch Turkey Red Table Cloih,
worth 25c., only, per yd.........
6o-inch Turkey Red Table Cloth,
worth 35c., only, per yd..........
Med. size Hemstitched Linen Table
Cloth, worth. $2. only. ... ........
5ix5, Bleached Table Cloths, worth
C5c., only.... .... ... ... ......
50xo Bleached Table (Cloths, worth
75c., only...... ... ... ... ... ..
51x72 Bleached Table Cloths, worth
90c.. only .....................
50x92 Bleached Table Cloths, worth
$1.25, only......................
15-8 Turkey Red Table Cloth, worth
51c., only .....................
S-4 Turkey Red Table Cloth, worth
60c., only...... ... ... ... .......
10-4 Turkey Red Table Cloth, worth
75c.. only ......................
12-4 Turkey Red Table Cloth, worth
1 only ...... ... ...--- .-- ..-..


9c
13c
14c
39c
69c


4c
8c
14c
24c
14c
24c
19c


..loths
21c
39c


49c
64c


69c
17c
23c


$1.24
49c


59c
69c
84c
39c
43c
49c
69c


Laces and Embroideries


I Even without special prices in ihis
line we have always undersold all
competitors. Compare qualities and
be convinced that these are the lowest
prices you have ever heard of:
IS-inch Cambric Embroidery Edging,
worth 40c.. only, per yd.... ......
9-inch Cambric Embroidery Edging,
worth 15c., only, per yd........
I 4-inch Cambric Embroide(ry Edging,
worth Sc., only, per yd 3c. and......
Cambric Embroidery Insertings, wide
and showy patterns, at per yd. 5 and
We have a very large line of fine
Embroidery in Swiss, Nainsook, Lawn
and Cambric Edging and Inserting,
worth from 10c. to $1.00 per yard,
which will go in this sale at practical-
ly half value.
We have thrown a large assortment
of Valenciennes Lace in this sale at
30c. to 50c. per dozen yards that is
worth from 50c. to $1.00. Print does
not give this line justice. YOU WILL
HAVE TO SEE IT!

Mens Clothing
This is the line we have cut more of
the price off than anything else on
sale. Our intention is to quit hand-
ling men's suits, except Blue and
Black. We have divided our stock
into four lots as follows:
Lot A consists of Men's Suits that
sold up to $6.98. These go at.....
Lot B consists of Men's Suits that
sold up to $8.98. These g4,0t.....
Lot C consists of Men's Suits that
sold up to $11.98. These go at....
Lot D consists of the very best Men's
Suits we handle. Some are worth
up to $20.00. These go at........
There is no need of going into any
long explanation abt)ut the workman-
ship of these garments. It is uffi-
cient to say that they are as good as
any ready-to-wear clothing at twice
the price.
We are going to put our line of
Men's Pants in this sale at unmerci-
ful prices. We have divided tjese
into five lots:
Lot A consists of $1.5 0 and $2.00 val-
ties, at....... ... ... ... . ... ..
Lot B consists of $2.1o' and $2.50 val-
ues, at...... ... ... ... ... ......
Lot C consists of Fine Flannel Pants.
made in the latest style and worth
up to $3.10. for only...... ......
Lot D consists of All \\ool Blue Serge
Pants and Fine Worsted Good(s,
worth up to $4.1w, for only.......
Lot C consists of the best grade:, w,
have in stock, some worth up to
$5.00. only...... ...
Our line of Boys' Clothing has also
been put on sale at -greatly reducedl
prices.
Don't compare our line with the
goods usually advertis'-,d in special
sales, as all our garments are well
made and cut full size.


Gents Furnishings
Men's $1.50 Pongee Top Shirts
for............................
Men's $1.25 Dress Shirts
for. ..... ... . ... ... ... .....
Men's $1.00 Dress Shirts, all colors,
for...... ............. .......
Men's 50c. Percale Dress Shirts
for................. ..........
Men's 50c. Elastic Seam Drawers


24c
8c


4c
8c


$3.98
$5.98
$7.98

$9.98


98c
$1.48
$1.98

$2.48

$2.98


98c
84c
69c
39c


M!.'S Sox. a',l co,:(rs. !',r
(. t( ......... ..... .. .
MeI'-s Susp ndt-rs "(;r
!(.. o.......... .......
Men's Belts. for .
14c. to......... .. .. .. ....
Eve-rything list.,-d In t:is r.. "
wornh buying.

Mens- Shoes -
This is our pet line. as we tfk,'
more pride with it than any oith,.- w.
have in our store.
During this sale we will sell rh,-
Famous "Everlasting"' Shoes for M'--n
for...... . . . . . . .. . . ...
Men's Solid Leather Sole Shoes
for...... ... ... ... .... .. . .
Men's Vici Kid Shoes, assorted st ..
worth $2.50, for..... .... ... .....
Men's Patent Leather Shoes. assort-
ed styles, guaranteed not to crack,
worth $3.00 to $5.00. at...........
Other styles of Men's Shoes at
greatly reduced prices.
Ladies' Dongola Shoes, all styl,.
worth $1.75. only.... .... .
Ladies' Dress Shoes, the latest shap.s,
worth $2.00, only.... ..........
Ladies' Dress Shoes, in Patent and
Vici, worth $3.00, only ..........
Remember our guarantee on this
line is that after you have worn a
pair of our shoes and you don't t!ink
you have received your money',,
worth, we will give you a now pair.

Rugs
30x60 Smyrna Rug
for. ...... .. ..... .......
30x60 Velvet Rug
for ...... ... ..
30x60 X-Minister Rug
for...... ... ... ... ... . .
36x72 X-Mlnister Rug
for...... ..... .............
9x9 feet Granite Art Square
for ...... ... ... ... . ... .
9x12 feet Granite Art Square
for............................
9x12 feet X-Minister Art q2:.r'
for...... ... ... ... ... ...
Merely compare ahovy prices ;,n,!
you will immediately see the sav:nz

Trunks
26-inch Zink Covered Trunk
for...... ... ... ... ... ..
2S-inch Zink ('ov,-rfil Tr u'tk
for..... .. . ...
:;",-inch Zink ('ov,.rd T r,'ink
for. . .. .. ....
'.,-in 'h Zink (' o \'#red T:'in
for ...... ... ... ..
-2,-iliwh (yallyva.-.s ('o%, r*.. "; ;
for ...... ... ... .
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i r>r . . .. .. . .. .
orr
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T r ......... ... . .
2 -inch (' n '.i ( *.,',.r.,l T rurA .
for ... .. ... .... ... ...
-; -in(h ( \iii\,;ss Cu'.:.r,,l Trflir^
for. .... ................ .
otherr Trfii ks ai' 're.*tlv t -. I,
prices.


39c
21c
49c


Ladies


$2.48
9&c
$1.69

$2.48


$1.24
$1.49
$1.98


98C
$1.24
$1.98
$3.24
$2.78
$3.48
$19.98


$1.24
$1.48
$1.78


$1.98
$2.23
$2. o8


$3.38
$3.78


Ladies Waists


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With Lace, worth 7c f~


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COPYRIGHT. 1908. BY HENRY W. SAVAGE ,<^<-<,-<


Lo n'I ofush: lou mustn't say It. I fIn P
,!':tiful wife. And--what ar v.,u do
i'*'z:" she queried as he snatc'hed uI
her fan from the table. W' ith th
pe nll that dangled frou hi-, d.inin`
card Doe Jol;Ion scribbled thret w,,'rd-
on one of the ivory sticks of t/;e fan)
CHAP TER I v ,then handed it to his hostess.
CHA PTE 1. Natalit. with a little catltCh in he-
1re.Ith. s ovly read the words aloud:
The Girl With the Millions. I -you

I1E widow just now is the "Ny did you write ti'' .
Sasked.
|| quen of our diptOlati., ches-s- I' I. n to
I ,art." sigheod the Marsovian lie retc.rted.
ambassador'sprettyvwife. -She T",.l .his exten(ency I hi.ve c.,:i-:
will 1w here tonight. My husband is ',.. broke In a voi. t th d',: '.
lhnfing orer the banisters watching As a servant krriei off with t
for he.r -f sasrvn"ure"ofwt t
fBut what rra)n?" t esac the speaker w:tdeTl into ':%.
.Biit t o ." ; r "h. be has exactly twenty million Matclad in the quatit lti)' ,t'.,
rvapmons for"- u e r I th 1i n 1 i
I ort .r.n, mume !tume of Marsovia. Balid! of he:',l, p,'
-I don't understand," murmured M. t i o y n abnormally I,:'.
de Jolidon. ping of eye and with abnornia~ly 0-t!
e ofid* Itt. red mustache, his was a persoInality t,
No" Then you are probalbly the excite laughter in a iituny.
Sly btachl.or In Paris who doesn't. The newcomer w. Nish. we-ong'
Sbe was the daughter of a poor Mar and clerk r the e-iuba@s At his a,,
oovlan farmer- no dowry but her preach Natalie and De Jolldon slippe-1
beauty. An enormoutsy rich old bank- nu tv tote ballroom, A momno ate.
--r ,-nq4'1-r--- ,., --- awa t th alrom tn-
tar nniup4l S"dowa, wealthiest nal i- ; ..... "a ....
11 l st n ~ t f) t IT ,- le a n fu s sy tm a n w ith |h o wk vo,
Manrovia. fell in love with her. ntinr- loe and mincsn- i:wit trotted tv -' k"
~ o~eand minchizm ilt trotwlted d.-w
ried her and did her thei elsi-.iy he stairway and into the sil.m.
gra(ceful favor of dying a week 1':t.-r \Vl Mr. Nish." h, aske It pevs,
Sbe Inherited his whole fortinp- $-' I **'isl tind l'rin>- r'.-ito a-
lOl!.lieD.'" l,,,ie': -- ^ *S.r .L ,...':"" ..+'.'"... '
-And now I Suppose she has ,enm' to ", your ex'ellei+v." faltUr.d tl.
Paris to spiwn,1 it?'" liQ.:,."' "I."
h. the mruoney Is msafe e'outh f(,r "'I' v.; ,:;- tlictr. as I told You1, to
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dnd I've N inked at his loafing and hi.
.I.;s!,)at)ii. axi I the very first m'iute
1 ,'.,ily ne.'dl him he refuses to

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Ni-'i: "sparccly as bU as ai1 that. Ifi l.'ver xp. ie''nc ,i such .a h -s.sel l"; lai-. b.''l wr.'l.' ;,t.i -..,: i
I may say so-not 'refused* exactly. Station." (i t ,;n ,f .:.. I
Hle will conle. At least he pr,:cii.e P ho is: s'iritmaist those s.- et%,, L ..1I a ,! cii ., .. ,. I

"A.h that lifts a load from my brain wh k to rlie the ve11 t'rnt whai ha; n'v',r i,',11 ia,,rl M"-- ;;
if he promised he'll come! l)iioh)nlr r- has been the unki nowahle. can study .tInaI ian I ,' :t t 'i') :, l.ol.i .qt ,, *,.
i.-ally speaking, Prince Danilos w ,rA these facts: sol,' UI'.irp tt ('il ,.in M:-. \".-n.
is as good as his bondd" .Mr's. I McNu y. about sixty years her sctne'ry tiuil 'sii II. ,,I,'. :,,
"Diploinatically speaking, your ex'o'.- oldl, is as estimahie as ,"ninaina'ivPe(: the roof zar!ren .--!ia'',,- i: ,\ .-
lency." affirmed Nish, "'he agrees I', ishe loves heir family andl her .,:e: the restult..
be here as soon as he has finished the her friends and' neikhors esteem her When th,' i'.,av \" ,): ".'til-s
magnum of champagne that was in the ighly. Sh has ben ill. \Vhi sat- r [ Salomne w\,;! oe.,ir, -': .,ii,.-
Iticei- pall besideill %*Ii!, hhn art twhen I v SV lef.t."I,-
ice pall beside him when I left." l in a chair Satur lay afternoon she in the )couirtyar, )t'of a ,,!,a A
"fHow much of it was gone' b. i .
"The cork was not yet drawn, but"- Iecan unconscious. t-ttfall in- stlile. blluish litlt bath..i .. :-,a-
"Be on the lookout for him. Mr. 'tensely alarrneio, hurried a nessenge'r i\e pillars andl ,ii tl-lit % a!? .!en. ,,n
Nish. When he comes put ice on hi-, i for Dr. Muligan. who has be)+In tetaw- veeloping h..,r in i's li.' v i'11i01.to,
head if necessary. Sober him at ap ing her. haze. Above the waist the ha:'e kill
cost." Seemingly She Had Died was festooned with vtri-('colore,,, j,w
"I fancy it will be cheaper than fill-; On closest examination the physi- els which shimeinroed with the si-.l.hr
ing him up. I'll do my best, your ex- ican found that she had ceased to' es tremor, while h,1eaw. hiai-in. ini
cellency." .+ '*',-- ., A,,, I .f
lrcellency. .I ?A '' a 1reathe. He detecte I a ,'rIii lpu]e at grace .folds. a -pan '-l skirt '4 I tliII'
But the ambassador at a whispe)red ,hr wI'it, ut. tiicklv that Lisal 1ar i a ntat,1 na,..1 ';I;
wor! from a servant had already pa-ip
tered out of the room as fast as hi; cd" 1:h hor11t 08;ohal "ta))Ippl h eating: beneath. Sich. a vi-ion as thi 4
somlewhat shaky old legs would carry !Seettiliiisly she was dheald. Ht,-r mlioulrn-,| lo.e a s li oniO\ei c' :I)d rt, o) ,a:
him. and the voluble Nish ran aloi'g ing family bx-'an ilo il''agf t'or t' lightss.
In tkt h al k 1111..-Oro. 'ui ]. j \Vi th sme se.ll ;' ,.I o~,
A colimmotion swept tht ',ugih th-:" I1h1 1 r. \I {iii.i.aiil wds no 1.r!ec' ly gra e' l Mi>-. Ioff;:.aIi ,.Pt:: :i''r ,::.,'..
k-,'ttcT'rd gravups In the foyer-a mix:'-' [I it i l hi a 'n. in a sii .i s. se -;i*: .r..
at. n rustil, a whisper thiat. reslv d 1 1e,, l'.i t h i' I. ,, ..4',' i. ,atn*rv and ti 'i'.v devoidl ( '!,.i -, I,.." i.a :, :.,
itself 'lnt aisi !;ato the ex.'iteoI plhr s <: ,li i .,'' '' ;', : tt) t e e n l, 1181 ,:;f l,8n ,'r j., ; '. ,
` 11,# widw nli:ms arrived' woT P i '
uiain ds an 1d u; nill,.un l)erd'. '\\ il '. ,
,,f Salwa:. th, <' anllim al t-d ilotley l 'ia .: i i' "' i "ei ""- : r. io'l -. in T .' ii, .I *
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H er pas et's of :njli urii li~i "' :.h !.'- I Il leen' a d w'hmi si, ladi s .,'mI. She w Ird, tiL ('h.fl'-,'" Ti" .i .-, ",.,i, t .. I r.'. > , r ',.', .,,
(o u 1 h j j! .
lii.. n : a irel- ;!,1'<\' her r t ,,r 1 t:Nvi re'l ('!11 rati r' ti 1'n':lly that .h had 1i1-d !:" .'- ':" > r I',.,! a; ,' ;., \: ', -,,. ,t* in ,: '. *,nt i,, i
1'-1lf. .1' 'i(?itt tflt'. .Al.'ri: 18e" )J'*'.i)' e e Bls-- ihany p ple';P somep oM:. som *=8)!j' C ;J'se'.I it. i'.:> 1'':;1& '*. l'' \-^i .. 1; 1 .1 m
l m is, -.! v -, t -r + e ;
a ha;i' s o fr.t tl' ;11" 1 a s, l, ;i:;.; '-r -or i~ &. ,..! ; 1in')!iL i m h '* InioTh i :i e ;:. i -i i: w as 2! p'. x .l \ ,. '2 ' '. ar,
;' -o d. a <>i < fr om the bo'auty I.a:11l ',j I, r,)> ; w l..! h '* i ~ffn11i~in C4 ):-t 11Ii,.-. 1 7- !;. :1,r ..A :, * ^ *
:bi W!1i11 4) i aS f " 1 :1; I '< \ ,'1'\ 7 ;" "

T v f in t I the. M ':,il is of 'asct ,xlt l ...n ,i i .
] v. ,+ Il l th ,tr .l i Of 'l C l t iK ,'i ; ta 1,i v.';.<- in..'fn s,' v tl'li -lh t+ il l-v 1 ,' .^ .- *n 1 '.-t-!t" .11 ,. ; ;. \- ,, 'h \ - ,' ..' t,. '" ,: , '; .. -,
a n "( th e ou nI t d o S t. B ri o , lugky ieno gh to claim for a mniome.t th ih' < v. : T a h. apl s..Ii 1 i ; ** '-I
or twol hler attention. i She was U;skei iY icr iii' y havl p;,':iiitia ';y inip '1- irs,,' ',., I tr ,. i..,,!
"No, no" Sonia was saying in pro- ll '(n pl';is;n'. 1 ,l :nl..tiswk'.-r l thiU, m,. inl, altiou.lh this i;,\ it.,\' C '.t '.,i ( I I :, i.,, ..' t
test. "At home, iin Marsovia, imen dol 't it I, ( ii l anil in ,I s( rilti-, tlie liace ci.-;i fr'tri>:t so n'' sou":0;., T>., 'ik,..i
i:r! sucih pretty speeches. Courtship whir1 slih hadl l-n'-I sl;t. stidl it was fee'. lini,) andl toi-o i :';,,i it,, i, I 1 .la i it 't,. .. i .,- I -,.
the' is very primitive and mi:rrian e ')pau itu v ilnniat, He' l)y th picture t'o :('h 111 tidr. t:;;i fl', +. i,.,A i t I. .. 1. m
!s for life. When a man makes love to
another's wife. he i l)promlptly shot. 1 su .o 1. li. ,Iy a i t l- at of I . ir T 1- 1.1
When a wife flirts, her husband beats cn]ar light. reia iot for its I^aii- ti I thywt- coisi i-r-i t! :. hii -;, 'h* .l r
her black and blue-a good plan. Whyy t ai'I1 l)rillianvc.. Mi.,s Hofftnan's great- sces. A;sS a "Sa;r. it f,, i. !.:,". :'- .A!.!,- h..
nut try it in Paris?" achieved in conicealing h,!r his'ri'nic .\ ,. <'ii-.'er;tt, l.. l.e.'r t,',.
"D)e!ightful"' exclaimed Cascada. "'DoIMARK TWAIN AT THE TOMB OF failings. \..I :;.r. '" i ::. '., ha. I,, t al
you know. madame, we have been ADAM Thei at r-a l'l an-,4',.. a ati ar
(montinz the moments until you ap- tistic sensation is the ,au, ville o n N,, ji.t' I 1,. -1. ,' ,,'..-t *, ,
p)eared'" The tomb cf Adam! How touching of the year. Ni%' hla.i :.%-1 nim -a ',, [,tu
"I can well believe it," assented So- it was. here in a landl of strangers., t ,,' o -.l-1:t f,,r'tt ,il.i s'h & cl
nia. "It must have been just like far away from hon- and friends and HOORAY FOR BILL! I .t,,h,,-..h hi-h i'>l, ni.l hl.nt t
counting money." __ --._
all who cared for me. thus to dis- '';,'inz 'ty 4,,.xr%-% ,lrink
"Oh. madame!" protested the group, the grave of a blood relation (New York. Wo:'l.i
horritied. cov'r the gra e er a 1 lood elat'on. ,'
"l)ou't I know?" retorted Sonia, a truth a Iistant -)ne, hlut a blood rpla- Sure! Bill he has a brother- ', *
ltt:e bitterly "It's always like that. tion. The unerring instinct of nature That's right. ('hariNv i- hi.- naimn.- ,..'
A nil Bill w iill b, .,,",, n : ,
i'etope; count me like so much money,. thrilled its recognition. The foun-, Ant Bil W- e' ... ,.n ,. .. i :;. h* '.
If it ii coarse for me to say so, re- tain of filial affection was s'irre ,l to fall' '
nimlemoler I'm a farmer's daughter and its profoundlest depths, and I gave No: I n'ttl't mean the otimhr--
h.at ii lin 3 cjo:Intry people call a spade way t TuHtl:llOiS Cfoioion. \Whv. of coulrs-'. we rI,;aii th!.. s3, ltio .
a spade." leaned uon a pillar and urst The chap they niminat,.i- in rtiia'
Ileaneduo, UOn a pi-allar ont burst itn- -,
Il'a,,tT nd Natalie cane hurriedly in t h a hail. .
I to tears. I d-ei~e it no .shanit- to havo i ,A. '.+-, s l
t'> >1.)v th,,ir respects to the guest upon
w -i :. ,'-.v ia's hopes so depended. w t over the 'rave of nTy it, o 'ir adi Th n ie the -- -",. , ,lI
At a si(gn fromn the ambassador the oth- relative. Let himn who wmoil1 snt" hi. i tr ,r : ..
ers drew back. at my eniotf.I.H cloie this volume et Hi. ai wit Ii ill
ers uo b k. ,Now one to)r lr l-tth-.- ( ': r; -. w"r)
"So Vyou were shocking some of our for he wil! find little to his tas;:e in ll....
Paris gallaats?" bteamned the ambassa-I my jouirn-yin ihro'i-, Holy.v .Lanl. A i A CHICAGO PAPERS SBIG"TN
dor. "What a child of nature yu 1 Noble oi mnan-h- h id no' livei r Yteour enth;)i;.sm .p-1'l--
aire:-*i r- .^ W henl viw w h oip Ill fp t<- n'!iii .* .
re:" 'se Ine--h-lie di'i not i'e- to seo hi.s \Vh.' n v, t f.)9, i' .to,'" 1 -: .o, .
"You mean." countered Sonia. "that lid I-I-Ia;,1,' d o : 1o ')'U- t ii IjriUi' ': "'
9n~ 1-1 -ia--:l ii. not
am ; pleasant dressed up. How I wish! .* Wi d ow a .i,-e(;i' .
s h V, i]o~t , w n I .v s o )r r o )w I l
i sometities that I were a real peasant -. r 'r , ..
again..' and disappointing nt, h. di',,i l)IIrr I ,,: I i n h, t .. ,i--
44w a ,l r. Br.t t .: it -)T b f a r it '. f,,.j. .r .
"Ah:" chuckled Popoff. "Child of na- was ..,n But I,. ut !Iy Tre t, .bear it e ha aii .,.- -
ure. trnhe hihl of nature, always wi fortai,. I ,s t'sr Tha; h! N, h i,,,h..- '!, ,. h, nt ', A ', ,
lure, true ehilal of nature, always, Will foP! itl"I"iO. I' L St It aL, I I i Nill.hs i)rIi'th--~I'~'\ II


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AFRICAN
This paper printed an article from The vaudeville act that is now be-;
a Fitzgerald. Ga.. preacher, who ing produced at Hammerstein's Roof Alone ani sadl I sat me' claims to have been hanged at Pensa- Garden is destined to stand as a moat- To rest on Rou.e'au'* narrow isle.
cola for several minutes, anti he 'el of stage manager's art. Below ;@'nea .MI%',e n mile,.
gives an interesting antl graphic ac- In a dance called "The Vision of Anid sot with many a shintng towg;
count of his experiences. First the Salome" Miss ;Gertrule Hoffman i.re- Tow'r, L)Dent, d1 Midi ,lanci rthe wvS
great pain anl then the indescribable sent an imitation of a sensationa! ilenath the mon \Voit: nt -
pleasu:'e, scene in which Miss Matud Alln has cani,
Persons who have beein drowned won fame abroad. Miss Hoffman is a AnAd failli' ai. r.t;tr .,, a flani.'
andl then resuscitated, give th,- sam e ni in.!c. not a poetic dancer qr ,.atI l,',a:. f t fr:- !.ak.. i.'k An i ti ,
T.h'hrilling experiences. ac':ess, ulit in s:;ite of rh-',e ,ndii- Rio'e pI al-i "a,, .0- ', a'- .'p.
it niu!s. after all. be nice to 4lie. lcaps. she a'rouses t ie aidI je c tot a 1 a..i r l', ..r ,t :, ".a '.r. ,
Here is a woman at New BrIain. hi;-h pitch. -'or oT;1'e thn ce, I ..rTfe.' i '.tpi .i, z r.'*- t '' a"' i,-'" s.ors,;
Conn.. who claims to have been deoai dollar, d',opped 'on mri. H-' .; i-l'- "** .;i i't 1iik *
for an hour. That she w's ,lea I for true'. Miss loIffman i. 8 ;t'o--:11 Si\" t.t ":-. -i !, t *. a i' saw*
this length of tinli- is admitted by her pli.-h this se.-niiiT-.iy im;ao sil'.' *,'t l'h.c ',,i'-, .j ,,'' .. ,' 0.,)&
physician, blcaause l i A otidt',"'s .-.t'!i'. i,'.v- t' 'h" ',' p ),-'', C '. i ', ; 'le' V1Uf 7
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sim ht -i. w.hel. s-.t'ch was r'sto're'd t) o by! !.-'r l .laiid a. i A Il ti .';;',!''
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m Mr. John Temple Graves, w!
done a great many sporadic 9
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Mr. Willian Randolph Hears


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actually believes that the "democratic
party" is doomed.
But that is just like John. He is
like a pendulum to a clock without a
balance wheel.
Mr. Graves was in Richmomn the
other day, and here is what one of the
*Richmond papers says of his visit:


HOW PRESIDENT ARTHUR AND
BLAINE WERE CAUGHT

There is a good story of the presi-4
dental excursion down to the eastern!
shore of Maryland. The party em-1
braced Secretaries Blamine and Win-1
dor, and others. They were fortu- i
nate enough to hear an excellent ser-
mon from the venerable Protestant
Episcopal bishop of Maryland, who,'
was there to administer the right of
confirmation. The president and the
, two secretaries sat in quiet satisfac-
Ition. But their peace of mind was


With the purpose of organizing an suddenly dispelled. The offertory was
independence party in Richmond and sung. At the familiar words:
Virginia, Col. John Temple Graves, "Let your light so shine bfore!
men.' etc., the proficient andl the see-
editor of the New York American, ar- men. etc. he p and the se-
rived here this morning ove, r the, rtaries ach quietly ,ire'!,1d a band
Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, corn-,into a pocket.
ing direct from the Denver conven-, "Lay not up for yiurselv-' t:eas-
tion. He came back with. a large del- ires on earTh."
i Win dom drew frtAleith '11,T) on(e dol-
egation of Virgiians who had also "in(lo" rw o a one-dol-
been to Denver. iar note an(i held it bttween his
hfbeenu n rerDenver.Ih read' for t
Colonel Graves, when seen by aIftm an orefin.er. or t
I News-Leader representative in the al)pproaching )late. The tri'sidenT( and
Jefferson Hotel this morning, cour-i1Mr. Blaine went a little dealer into
their pockets. One brought up a nickt~l
teously and frankly talked of his er-an thei oet ane brought up a nickel
rand, his party and political outlookanl the other a 'lime Their facet
in general. fiushed. It would never (i to iak.
-uch a contribution.
"Every state in the south," he said.c a contion
"except Virginia, has been organized "He that soweT a litTle hall reap
little, and he that sow"eth 1)IenTP')usi:
by the independence party. I am;1itle and be that soweti pletoiv
b he tepeden f heparty. g shall real) plenteously. * God
here for the purpose of helping to get ,


Virginia in line. Tonight's confer-
ence as far as I know will be open. I
will speak-informally, among others.:
All who are favorably inclined to the
party will be cordially welcomed in
the Jeffersonian Hotel auditorium.
Impresions of Chicago and Denver
Colonel Graves attended both the
Chicago and Denver conventions.
"I was impressed at Denver by the
insincerity of the leaders behind Bry-
an."
"They cheered him some?" was
ventured.
"Yes. In the hall some of those
who cheered most cursed him outside
the meeting. The prolonged ovation
was a magnificent triumph, of me-
chanical skill, led by a well trained
brass band." I
"How about Chicago?"
"Boss ridden. As insincere as was
Denver."


And Colonel Graves spared neither


iouetn a d cneernui giver.
Th.- president went to his I)ocket,
and the secretary of state explored
his vest pocket with nervous fingers.
"Zaccheus stood forth and said un-
to the Lord: 'Behold. Lord, the half
of my goods I give to the poor, and if
I have done wrong to any man I re-
store fourfold."
The plate was only four pews away.
What the president found in his l.ock-
etbook was one fifty-dollar note and
a ten-dollar greenback-nothing any
smaller. What Mr. Blaine found was
two ten-dollar notes-nothing small-
er. To put in a nickel or a dime only
was not to be thought of. To give $10


was more than either cared to do.
Each looked at Windom sitting there
calmly with his dollar note in his
hand. He shook his head. --
"Charge them that are rich in this
world that they be ready to give and
glad to distribute."
There v.c -nr\ tir>n-., ft, ,f- ,- f.rtbpr


c o n v e n tio n in h is su b se q u e n t re .. ..' " l 1 ..'.. .
marks. Both impressed him as pocket exploration or consideration.
i marks. Both impressed him as ex-
hibiting imore machine-made products Wth a smile of commiseration at each
:hiitngmore machine-made products
, ,.., , other. and something likh le o
and less individualism than any sim- other, and something lik glee on
VWinilom's placid countenance, the
ilar gatherings he had ever attended.ri n dteceayo t
])resident and the secretary of .tate
Speaking of the independence par- each planked own his te-ollar note
,,, , ,, each planked ,down his ten-dlollar note
ty, Colonel Graves emphatically said: for "the poor of this congregation.
... i ii ^for "the poor of this congregation.
"It is a natural and logical movement
,.. ,. ,, A nd the w orst of it is, growing out of political conditions. Itwot of it is id one of the
is here because it is needed. I know party afterwards, that te lord wouhl
leaders of the democratic party who probably give him credit only for the
St a s a dollar or two which they intended to
believe the party cannot survive an-
other defeat. I believe democracy un-give.-Phila'lelphia Inquire:.
der Bryan is predestined to defeat. Its
. ,,. .A WOMAN SHOOTS AND .KILLS!
strength will eventually go to the in- A WOMAN SHOOTS ANDKILLS
dependence party. HER HUSBAND
"Delegates will convene in Chicago,
i July 27th-the first national conven- A terrible tragedy comes to us Ltrom
'ion of the independence partyy" Tampa. Mrs. Luke Pa'mer, wife of
Hearst Declines a famous sporting character in that
"Who will be your candidate?" city, shoots her husband, and after
"I do not know. Mr. Hearst is the being penetrated with five bullets. inle
foremost man in the minds of all in- through the heart, he dtIs alino.-t in-
ldependents. But Mr. Hearst positive- stantly
ily refuses to accelpr nomination. It peaking of the tra y the Ta a
is captious and artisan to speak of Evening News says:
lit as a Hearst party. Hearst is no, lrs. Palmer had a :,-caliber rvolv-
such a boss as Bryan or Roosevelt.or and fired five shots. every on of
lHe is not a candidate; he will not hich too effect. Palmer ,lil t-n
,say who should be the candidate; he recig he fatal l-
minutes after receivi-ig the fatal hiti-
|doos not dictate. Frequently he is let in his hoart.
Sov-rridlden. Neither Bryan nor At the time of the shooting. Palmer,
Roosetvelt are. his wife and a whit girl, Mollie Pow-
Mr. Graves spoke in the highest ers. 13 years old, were the only oce.l-
Teris of Mr. Hearst and of the estee pants of the house. Palmer and "he
in which he is held. il were in the bedroom with he
;ping back to tie pa'ty subject ht' th h
Goi~nebackTto e party subject hei4ior closed and Mrs. Palmer was at
said the independents were particuii- ront d or. Paler opned ,
]ariv strong in Massachusetts, in New bedroo dooer and sTart(1'd out into the
"York ('it" andt in Chicago. He c:te(ld hallway, whn Mrs. Palm"r )egan
'h,' rsu!;s of several elections siow- shooting. The first .shot was fired
In how strong. was their vote. through the door and Palmer retreatoel
"-Are They organized in Nebraska?" into the ll'edonom. Mrs. Palmer then
'No. I think Nebraska is on- of wont on tlhe porch, an],t, -aring a i -uIt-
; The few states not vet organized. B tr fro h, bhe',!'oom window, sired
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00& Fl. July 17.-Ocala has 1o.-
catflian. accommodation and otb r qual.
iscatkMs which make it a most desir-
able abiding place or headquarters
for oe who haa much business in old
Markom county or in Central Florida.
Ocala is up to date commercially, so-
cially and otherwise, and this not only
applies to the city but also to its sur-
rounding farmnlag districts. Some of
the largest and best growers of Ma
rion county live at th,? capital, an'!I
one of the foremost of these is .'. M.
Mefert. who is not only one ot the
largest growers in Marion co-nty.
but also one of the leading and most
enterprising business men of Ocalai
Some of the Meffert enterprises are
ice factories. cement and lime works
and manufacturers and the Ocala
Manufacturing Company. which is
one of the best crate and frui' b-x
factories in the state. Mr. Meffert's
farm. are here at Ocala and at Lowell.
Fla The Lowell farm had 8, acres
In melons. 50 acres in cantaloupes and
30 acres of beans this season anl will
have for next season 150 acres of
cantaloupes, 50 acres of melons, 30
acret. of beans. 11, acres of cabbage
and 5 acres of lettuce. The Ocala
Manufacturing Company at Ocala will
plant lm acres in cantaloupes and 5o
re Ina melons. All this crop will be
handled or managed by J. M. Meffert
individually. It is perhaps needless
to t-ay)- that Mr. Meffert is one of the
old Packer readers and an enthusias
tic admirer of the good it is doinz for
the grower as well as the honest deal-
er in fruit and vegetables
(G. T l-iddon is proprietor of the
Fort King I)airn. which supplies Ocala
with th.- l,,*.t of milk. cream andl oth-
er dair', r(vd twts. and grows 'anta-
IU'pt.. ht-an- and other vegetables in
xeapi for market.


Oxford. Fla--Oxford i.- no doubt
~ of the best anti most progressive
melon and vegetables sections in
Florida Oxford is not only progres-
ive individually but collectively, since
it hao one of the best organized tarm-
ers* unions in the state, the Oxford
P Tnick Grower"' 1'nion. R. 0. BHllups.
prvident and J Q Reese. manager.
Mr. Reee says: "We have had rather
a poor season. yet I think we are
quite as prosperous as any other sec-
/ tion in Florida. Our growers are not
at all discouraged and will plant about
the same acreage next winter and
spring as last season, and will make
an effort to still improve on the; (,ual-
ity of every product for which Oxford
Is already noted. The market price


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ford Truck Growers' Union and one
of the successful growers in this -,c-
tion. He grows the famous "Big
Blue" melon and other products in
season. While Mr. Billups was the
last of Oxforti's prosperous zro)eors
the writer called upon he is not by
any means the least in interest, as it
is always a p, suree to meet on- of
the oldI time southern gentlemen wvhe-
ever and vw'hen'tver found.

l.-von. Fii-Lvon is, n.-t a'-lAge
shipping points b. s :)- gooi li, tV)
late growers are located he:e. Among
them is S. G. Lovel1. who is the '-ian-
ager of the Dallas Truckers" I'n.on.
and grov.vs cantaloupes, melons and
tonmaTos.
t ont a T cS
.1 Y. Ficks grows melons and vege-
tables in season and thoroughly ap-
p)reciates the Packer as a guile to suc-
cess.
Robert Shaw makes a specialty of
tomatoes anti knows thk Packer is of
much value at times, although not
heretofore a subscriber.

Oak. Fla.-This little place, a ,:'ort
and pleasant drive of six miles Irom
Ocala. is ,ne of the fruit and vegeta-
ble producing sections in this part of
Marion county. Oak is not large, but


its peach orchards and melon and can-
taloupe fields are of the best in Flor-
ida and its people as a rule are of the
progressive ki.-d. The growers here
are:
John Seller, who grows melons, can-


ia the early season was quite satis- taloupes. tomatoes and oKra. tie is
factor-v on both melons and canta- now shipping okra.
kow. but the late market was bad H. Jones grows cantaloupes, tcma-
and unprofitable. which no doubt was toes and cukes here and has a fine
eausd by the general hard times and hammock farm on the Oklawaha riv-
the dry weather here. which hal its er. some miles distant, where lettuce
et on quality. I and other vegetables are grow in
Mr. Ree is an old Packer reader season.
and says- "Everyone growing pro-! T. J. Arnolhi. one of the Packier's
duce for market should read the best friends. has many acres of reach
Packer and keep posted. It is much orchards of the finest and grows mel-
@Wier to do business for a well read lons and cantaloupes.
or well postal grower than *one wvho F. WV. Webber. the l)ostma-ster! hre.
never reads and detends on other.- has a fine farm. reads the Packet'.
for information. The- Packer has done but rents out his lanl for others to
more than all other a -ncies in puri- cultivate.
ftng the commission business or Paul White grows cantaloupes and
rather in weeding out tb, crooks fr:om vegetals and has a fine field of okra
th legitimate buinoess from which he is now shipping.
Q R is not a grower. but is XWhen driving through the colntr-:
(me of the lost and most experienced1 the Packer man often meets gro\vers
managers of frui' and vegetable ship- from towns anti sections alrea,iy writ-
ping in ,he stale of Florida. ten up. who were not at home .Ahen
The leading growers and readers called upon. hence the following":
of the packer hee' are: J. N. Blackman. Dallas. Fla.. is a
of hePacerher, e w-atermelon anti cantaioupe
('harles C Irig ,Irs. who makes a large watermelon and cantaloupe
mhialte.of watesl,'m(ns. cantaloupes grower, and also grows o'her veogeta-
aui ton iatloen bles ian season. M r. Blackman has
T .1 ,wearinLi g ,ws tomnatoes the reputation of being one of the
V-a C- lalloupo,- an, other pro-icts best gowrs in tlhis .fatnus wati nel.


who has gone there for his health.
Mrs. Julia Thomas and son. Frank.
have gone to Barrow to visit Mr. C.
E. Thomas.
Mr. WV. L. Martin. wife and children
will leave this week for Laurel Hill.
Pensacola and other points in west
Florida.
IMr. Marion Grantham of Holder is
her'.- visiting friends and relatives.
and,! taking a much ne, -di rest andti
relationn.
Miss Alice E. Owens is still on the
east coast with friends and relatives.
iakinz a much needed rest, and we
ar- indeed glad lto learn through her
r-latives hero that she is improving
in ?-ealth. and strength.
We have iju-c learned the sail news
of th-1 death of Mrs. Anna Beck
Boyles. wife of George D. Boyles of
Orange Lake. She was buried in the
,-ak Lawn tenieptery on the 22nd inst.
She leaves a husband and four chil-
dren, a father and mother, four sis-
ters and two brothers and a host of
friends to mourn her death. She was
a good and devoted wife andti a kind
and loving mother.
Mrs. D. Lee Grantham and son,
Grover. and Clarence Boyles attended
the burial services at Oak Lawn cem-
etery at Orange Lake on the 22nd.
Mrs. Eliza Boyles will return home


today from Orange Lake. where she
has been for several weeks with, her
son and family through their sickness
and sad bereavement.
Miss Emily Halford, now in Gaines-
ville. has been appointed teacher for
the Sparr school, antd the school will


open the third Monday in August.
* Miss Jettie Boyles will return home
Sunday from Gainesville. where she
has been attending the normal school.
Say. fellow countrymen, what do
you think about the county being
taxed to pave a street in Ocala; for
instance, from the court house to the
jail? How do you feel about it. when
you know that it benefits only Ocala
and its citizens, and enhances value
on property nowhere only in Ocala?
Do you think it is right, when the
country people, can't even have de-
Icent public roads, saying nothing of
I|str'eots or of a good hard road?
i There isn't an inch of hard road built
by tbt, county in this section, as is
Ithe case in many others, still we are
jtaxed to build and maintain hard
roads. and now shall we be taxed to
build streets for Ocala? Think about
it and speak out before it is too late.
D. I,. (G.

GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME AT
BELLEVIEW

SSpecial Cor. Ocala Banner:
Mrs. Hightower of H-ather Iland


BERLIN BULLETIN

Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Yesterday the thermometer was
hugging close to the figure 78. This
is here in Florida, you know.
Miss Lottie Mills, the winsome
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Mills, has returned from a two weeks'
visit to her sister. Mrs. Thomas Mann,
in Ocala.
Miss Mary Smith., a charming Mar-
tel belle, has returned to her home at
that place from a week's visit to Mrs.
WXV. D. Graham in Ocala.
Mrs. W. D. Graham is visiting rela-
tives at Carter's Pond.
Mrs. M. E. McCully and son. Harry.
went up to Ocala Thursday to do some
shopping.
Three of our young 1908 graduates
will teach school this year. Miss
Reggie McCully will teach at Cottage
Hill, Miss Altahula Beck at Dallas.
and Miss Eeanor Seckinger at Cen-
tral.
Messrs. Joseph Hudgens. Fred
Smith, Robert Ferguson, Charles
Rawls and Willie Mills were number-
ed among the young gentlemen that
went up to the Brick City recently to
do some trading.
TECUMSEH.


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SPARR NEWS

YE OCALA ^Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Sparr is not the only dull place at
this season of the year, as most ev-

1et Finds it Delightful Here ry place seems dull just now, though
StgH the farmers are busy saving fodder
mer Time and planting peas and potatoes.
E ~Quite a number of Sparrites attend-
ed the barbecue at Fort McCoy and
W. L. Brinson is one of the water- did not all return feeling just as they
melon kings of Florida and makes would like to, for the flat-woods
melons a specialty. He knows how to crackers seem to spike their lemon-
grow them. and generally makes a ade andti cream with something that
profit oa his crop. does not agree with a high-woods
J. F. Hurst grows melons, canta- cracker's stomach, or else the good
loupes and tomatoes, reads the Pack- grub that those people furnish is too
er and acknowledges its value, rich fcr a high-woods crocker's blood.
C. C. Perry reads the Packer. !hel- Anyway. several were very sick from
ters the Packer man during one of the effects of something.
Florida's pleasant showers and is a Mr. and Mrs. Will Colbert and chil-
grower of watermelons, cantaloupes dr-n of Ocala visited relatives here
and tomatoes, also at times a b'-:yer several days last week.
and dealer. Mrs. Allen J. Stephens and tw-)
P. and S. C. Caruthers are lea-ling small! childir-n left last week for
general merchants here andi also ,'-al- Georgia and North and South Caro-
ers in fertiiiz.-rs and seedl and row lina to visit relative' fOr a few
ileions. "oma:oes and cantalouipe- weks.
H. E. Paiha.uii has one of I..- !'ues" "'.r Arthur' Pr'y of Dunuellon vls-
country places in Floridla. Pin.- Park'itel his imoh-r and l)rother. Albert.
Farm. has irrigation and gro-,s cuke. an, wife here Saturday and Sunday
melons, cants and tomatoes. last.
J. S. Perry grows cants. mel!on., antd Mr. Holling -vorth of Brownsville.
tomratot-s. Mr. Perry grows his own DeSot)o count.-. was here visiting his
seed and has a fine quality ot melons sister. Mr. .1. R. Thomas, this week.
as a result. He was just returning from Colorado
R. 0. Billups is president of the Ox- where he had gone with, his brother.


ry, viewing the old Oklawaha river,
and other sights at the island, they
reached home about nine o'clock, feel-
ing well repaid and talking the prais-
es of the Hightowers, and telling of
their whole-souled hospitality.
Mrs. Johnn T. Haines is making an
extended visit to the home of her
childhood, Gaffney, S. C.. and mean-
while John is anxiously wishing she
was at home.
Mrs. Dana is with us again, and
her presence and home coming livens
up this end of the town considerably.
Monday. the 20th, Belleview was
visited by one of the heaviest rain
and hail storms known for years past.
The hail was the size of marbles-lit-
tle marbles.
* Judge Hopkins. our enterprising
real estate dealer, has purchased a
tract of land at Smith Lake. and we
understand it is his purpose to lay it
off in lots and form a summer col-
ony.
We understand Mr. Gale. Mr. Free-
man. Mr. Millsom and several others
have or will purchase lots and build
thereon in the near future.
Belleview needs something of this
kind. and we wish the judge success
in his efforts.
Mrs. Ella Whittier and Mr. Walter
Nelson of Tampa are visiting their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson.
Mrs. Joe Whisenant is sick and
under the doctor's care. We hope for
her a speedy recovery.


M Fishel and Son


Stands Like a Stone
Tur Catus HO--, Hac-W rW-aUs 1W


AMERICAN FENCE
Buy your new fence for years to come. Get the big b=a1y Wrs
hinge joint, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality
that is not too hard nor too soft.
We can show you this fence in our stock and ezplai Its rit md
superiority, nat oly i the roll but in the field. ea m amd m md a
our prics.

MARION HARDWARE CO.
H. B. CLLARKSON OCALA. FLORIDA


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Some unprincipled party or parties have made a tour in the section around Ocala

and torn down or destroyed ithe tree signs which I had put up calling attention to my


STOCK REDUCTIONISALE.


I will pay the above amount to anyone furnishing


me with proof positive of the party or parties who did this low and dirty business, or


had it done.


The fact that the signs of certain competing merchants have been placed
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on the identical spot where mine had been leads me to suspicion certain parties of this


contemptible piece of business.


While I understand there is no statutory law against


tearing down my signs, this does not excuse those who did it from appearing evening


their own eyes low and contemptible.


To prove how fair I am to my competitors will


We iiave bought the stock of C. R. Hen-.

dricks and have rented the store occupied by

him and are going to put in a well assorted

stock of Staple and Fancy


GROCERIES


We want you to bring us your produce

and we will pay you the highest market price

for it. Just try us once and see.


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Nouticello.
District 21-1. N. Withers. Lady
Lake.
District 24-W. Hunt Harris, Key
WsIt.
District 2..-Buel Cook. Chipley.
District 2Cr-E S. Crill. Palatka.
District 27-Joseph H. Humphreys.
Bradentown.
District 2S-Frank W. Sams. New
>y.rna.
District 2?--W. E. Baker. Melrose.
Difstrlct 316-W. H. McLeod. Jas-
per.
District 31-L. W. Zim, St. Augus-
Utte.
District 32-H. H. McCreary.
GaOlesville.
Representatives
Alacbua-S. L. Carter, T. A. Doke.
Bker-J. L. Kelly.
lkBdford-L. D. Wall, D. 'A. Kir.:
Irevard-Stewa r,.
Oalbotro-E. b. Fort. er.
Ctr--K 8. Grace.
Clay-Chas. Conway.
Oftlubla-Jols W. Hitcher, Jas. B.
Dkde-Geo. 0. Butler.
DeSoo-J. H. Brown.
Dival-I. L Farris. Frank E. Chase.
IEaabla-C. L. Wiggins, John P.
Stokes.
F'rmankln-E. R. L. Moore.
GftdadeD-J. W. Mahaffy, J. W.
hempard.
Hamllto--L. C. Register, J. W. By-
Hudo--F. L. Stringer.
4 h-4o;-John S. Tylor. D. T.
Holme--W. G. Watfordl.
Jaekmon-W. E. B. Smith, J. H.
T1iewell.
Jefferson-S. D. Clark, A. J. Boland.
Lake-J. R. Miller, J. S. Godfrey.
Le-F. J. Wilson.
Leonm-A. S. Wells.
Loevy-W. J. Epperson.
LUfayette-M. Chairs.
LUberty-E. K. Thagard.
Madison-Chas. E. Davis. J. Ellis
amtom.
Manatee-A. F. Hull.
Mariom-L. S. Light. W. D. Canm.
Merop-W. H. Malone, Jr.. Chas.
L Knowles.
Nassaui-A. E. Ogilvie. J. E. Calk-
Orange--A. B. Newton. J. H. King.
Oweola-G. S. Acree.
PauCo-P. C. Litell.
Polk-J. A. Cox. W. J. Durrance.
Puinam-H. A. B. McKenzie. S. J.
Hlrburn.
Santa Rosa-E. V. McCaskill. A ..
St. Johns-W. A. McWilliams, C. .1.
DUPOt.
St. lucie.-W R. Hardee.
Sumter-McGlenn Terrel.
Suwannee-L. E. Robertson, Ge;,.
W. Dlmsey
Taylor-W. T. Cas4.
Volusla-.las. E. Alexan,!er. Mac(,n
TMorMton.
Wakulla-Walter I.. Page.
Walton-J. F Richhourg.
Wathington-R. IL. McKenzie.
THE HORSE'S WONDERFUL POW-
ER OF SMELL
The !ollowing fr<,m Hors. andt S a-
ble show's how very ke.n indeed, nfust
be the hors,'s sense of smell:
**Thi' horse will leave musTy ihay un.
ttmched in his bin. however hungry.
IHi will not dlrink of water objection
able K( his questioning sniff, or Ironi
a buck'T wh4ch some odor makes of-


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3-William W. Flournoy,
Springs.
4-Theop. West, Marihnna.
5-R. F. Horsford, Coe
,-J. E. Broome, Quincy.
7-D. H. Sloan, Lakeland. n
--J. W. Henderson, Talla- Op.H
--G W. Dayton. Dade City. q.
0I-C. L. LeggeTt, Green-
11-D. C. McMullen. Tarn-; d **
12-E. L. Cottrell. Oldtown.

]'2-F. 'M. Hids-on. Miaisro c
I4-E. R. Cone. Lake City'.
15--A. Z. A tkins. Starke,."oea l rc
]#'-T S. Davis. Fernandi- l-
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Is-H. H. Buckman, Jack- --"
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