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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 31, 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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V3ALA


-ANNE N_


THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF- B(SY LIFE- ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST


VOLUME 44, NUMBER 5. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1908.
VE N E


CON CERNS."-COWPER.


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


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LEEI LY AT ,.a atMs- thie*r wa





Locl ind Pesoa viiig-e-rohr M.^*"*^ ^^r. i; '(WI rI a'~i "' wh h~:l Clii! i* .. quite.] sevel
Horrie. t u r the pa pt o ||- \C" 11 ries' Rhena et s* I've1 Trn 0n, N I1 1's nn o
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Mr 3 hatew o rswnal t of her h"omenat4 ui&.a. Ie!!I ltw( n te lbrr.~ 'e n rs m iften ve 'sao
< f? h yllle ,a I n va f m. no- o m was a.. d
rLd OUr I 1 NE DO LLAR j : -. : ,, .... ., i l ,v ;- r- .1." : l PO ST O F F IC E "- n ;Iime to scapt in thIir nght o
i WJS / .]r ;. ,\ ,-, .-:\Ti%. and .;.:s. Tavlor (I.
avi itr t,, o Ocl Sa a ,udavlMr. Connor was absenT at the tie of
_.B an l .M ises tl hv wna antt a )ct. \ (- ben lv g i th hos i nce
Tora toTO R Eha there-- are.^ W .wing h T b he fire. he neine at his tarm atElc-
.MEj ** d ^- U/,,lh U'~ "si "; v+.,' ...,aciou,,-;. rcoiveI. ', t e -, z .
D R U G T O R EM rs. Taylior, \Vho0is one? of Oeala: tra
"lW "^l ~ i f I-ret'i(--t yo ; ,..aions. wore' a ain,(,,.loc ck this morning,. ,(
v and twh th finst mil dele wtte l i(h orGe ( 'hambers, while mra ging




ever plied he streetsof Ocala i .4 an~ i~ *<**)'n- \vit an l nga-ssa-ie<'it I hoi in Aaam. a
Sn n, wi i e a trunk from the second story ftin-





i .. .' misnif ti
s? ,.th.-w, \,as leautil-l ilow fell and hurt his side an, { a w
o nd Perso l Miss B-ulah Horne, who has l. e,n
L=A ind Personal Th losj ( '-1ct Ivtnder smlal iar-ace
:Zovn ;t .!,Tiat( l\ n er sil, ,le,-quite severely-.
T i ie t cr 2c X' ;*visiting her brother. Ms. i,-W r;i .]n tr:;d,.i 1d with l'lnav I acS. hic t
Hom. tlIr the taot TWO me nth,; Mr. .- Thi Connorw residence was one o
M<.m inr t e past Tfiwon mmn-t. h, A. .. a ;':;i(.- Rheinauor served rsrt- thn
SreTurnet to her home atp in -i in the library th: very finest in our city, being bilt l






Mr T~AI M~l. Mah~* nf. -.ml ~ 1.. nom ai ''' ^<.n. ii-i~. .iin' ginog toe lthrowy th wate to
Mr J M a~e a.,.- M r. (Connor some fifteen years ao.s
r H of al a Ga. In th( large lining room was an "
a visitor to Ocala Saturday. Mr. Connor andl family have only
a '..: !al... v a cItV p.d' attractive' wa . 1 1 a n t m
f. i I-roa i adein living in thela- house since.
TENTS-For sale or rt-nt. cala We are told that there are two ,,: Th+, dining table had been converted iertn laivif in thY a.ho s inc
,'the fin-est milk delivery wagons thaT In t, a ian -,l ,,-+ li\ the skillful taet pa ,i o h ye r ,y o n(
Furniture. Co. 7-24-tfw. "{here tromi. heir home in Alabama.
ever plied the streets of Ocala in ,f ,gsaohd,'l *;..fi. IW1wi' it anwll reass--noa ;'tt-Ie impre, a






*lw (f a: l.i .1 '. di jh il l'( '' :n. r co had 1 caltio bii ed som a improte'
Mr C'harley Standley has gone to course of construction at (ne 0 ofnir ;s- '.-r. ih as o f etth rs -w on ir t-nd it is a .r eatl o to
Smpringdale. (;a.. to tw with Lis mot.r, iocal wagon factoris, s. aw whI n th first landed d in this tl '. h- fie
-f~al 5 l !* :.-1. 11 !1- r midst of this V.1ii. _. a a. i 'I
-- .:- \- i., th. slauht ,f thos di-, -The hAnsN X cENrritV d sniall insurance
is. chills or fever? Plank's Chill Mr. Mntholon Aikinson can:e ii:I, i;;l-:l h l11 1n built of clotesp ll Davis and (. S. Scot.
Tonic is guarant,-ed to cure. 2-5c. x O^ sa'uray to meet Mrs. Atl.in- .i ,, t ,,'J with chi.nnley .-idA This was th. s,,ond rime tht the





to ne Bie~a~ ee Airhs. )-i1 7 ,c thiog o 1 ai iT is wa-h+ o-onItii t t
A tr..- :, ,'l K 11i. h,.-.'n oinre ,al o-c]
Mis- Mpnii- T:alor hs- rolurnd -on xil lw at wham.eza I.i a a!ht on fire, aoanbd hboth





*A aW fl h n in nt ittr in rx Cit I'~ 5 ^(ha.',-c Ts. It is I it : I z 'i V 1. '< h'*y' I rol tic ed th Ol O l B Xa I Iogn (O-I'a ,w s nda
towr 4ron, ? ,,t v.iT To fri nd i l 'in i r- V. h cr. 1r-- ,. T. *- f-ie n. i Timesl I the wa vr tressure was no
o ,' ,,r+.,,: lr*1,i an frAnnie Gain. -i 1.. ',.'"l]-"' : 1..f 1iis An.ni At:ii ,t w ii 1 st1Oni enough to throw the wvat r tO
:1 -ry a oti as.eia.l l during .,
":. a a:hao s hcon, f h-oory. ew
i~~ :"., ,*-., '( :" '}I" l'. nileot Star( .,i . .
"tat(T7 !Ie.si'i'i.yIluirt, 1 xvais .,'
M r" _-'-..-.: (" P. \V. i , r, Turnr.,! I ..:r. -A .n o. ,elackn form ly ,,f an::< i <:,,. ,,. ,a u H( was t.ke ,,b for iirah B ll or
..I.., .. .. .2. "*!; ., I' h-'ar l, l i ow h \ i a w
P. :.N.V.-, A,` (tf- 1o!i +i~ nc i
fr a i:.o a- r i. Kv .rl it .lci-^ cty.a-: :ai,, na +,r of a n,. .,.r ,,, oor to r( h .
w 01oIi an+i. o ,'tM r s. P,, fr r. s 4 "aaw r. tn thelo n ty ro ifor ixem nth .
oin, T n, -,w (d., oar! o 1no is 1ai:-.t . ,, -T f clothes Titns ', wor ch aot l ter i iol o t( f Thi '
Arthur Cobb,. who h bee, mI C'I 1 Jai'.i I tS oi (' th d ~vitlies (li>f j TIn oo
Mr J C I. o,-!-c,, S unit(,rvill( i p:l,,;, y ,n, l n.ail or,,id ;,r'.nclp, o i out"f o 1-- od w k That Bon ,n,! Ht-on
i ,tRi" Sun.t!ay in ,.,acl; via h his \\itf' ir", i ... in noloo 'lol costunm s.ti ,I aurin. tho. fire. a
ti :a ap r
hand re son I m w--, hi Capt. .1. A. Ti" .'1 :, a , 1 t t' e ]a I 'r. s-.,
I I t h i'wr h us
,s"'ll:c: ,-< shrt*bl!,,,rv, house 1t 1iAN EXPENSIVE PAIR OF SHOES
ar.ety Store,;>isterriebyofienalealto
r H r o h ^ .1 .d ~ k ^^ t, ,,,'* i',*P < 'I+' }a!I .'I a- arranged in .uc. I ,+--
.i,"a lwao ahl sromin-nwh ihit f.os in :It s,'Ita 'i ther 111>- ta-yhrn thuc Will thaotany conerlou was lMo',ayh stea
(on TuT.a '.' ; v, r. V\. (.. B an"ha", l. "1i,- ',' I al l c"a '" 0' 'at- i in ll tha, very act of sthalieie a h






in telf enel te Eks- ~~'] lei O i. lo: 1 'c 1 ( <- ti a1( Inrs' *i'v as wma. i,',. i, 110 a.ve sn to sel a. If cv-
-t-ra a': ,iran. m th .. "4 c : *a a ' l n a i ,. 'lpair of sho ,s from the V ari's l y StoreM r
M. C ia. .Whiy t.-'ayo ish ha b- vi.i ,+ "I t; -iptoT --- \,:: <','. ,n no i an atowl y.:'m WhHew; h'as taken before uone for a B
his ,i r.e Mr.-. B-ni,,t .i .. in r . A e .,, f a A -iv, house s:ili, i evidence was
ta r.a',-w h ,,.- N C.a.hrs. Kelly will I1,( .,-. l son \\as ,;vk1, a illfc
/.Mr. C E. Herrick of Crytal River Sah .. (. . (,.-ertainly a nervy coon he was sen- t
....afroei.he t-n.6-',-. ,('.'hireeHasDale. l-01tt-InCe'toptay O Tahfine hof $3es hor ol
rao a lsrmainent arrival at the Ocala i.n'r <:e an Mis Dale. a w ito i"" an. p $) aa dsn en
V Mouse M a ienday Mr rfW t .I iil a xih T pa it on the count roads for six months.
ouin g. Th i'Bne P '.y. 1ei,. -: tct ".. - I'lig Thr He chose thelarer tir on
Mn. Arthur Cobb. who has b -- crayon leCils ,. tid with diffCr- difficulty.





flrws. inther wabe. whenhasnt. ,,ni -
Afm er.m Go-.o"gi rilroad ht :!,sirel: Thet re,- wasealso a;t1 ;hes :.o whose
viriting relatives in Alachua county., a r t er. Frane i ene -i flin th tse k the i proprietor of The Va-
i ilDav:,-ona. ivil re he has lietn s;'!nd.- t'.->i ,; ts-rs. w l1,il t- <* 11e i *
ha -*-t'urne ld. a"tr i, at ma ce .,tn in al' T ver very. s wan riety Store, is terribly offended to
,xa ftrw lays with hisnt. tfanilys h -; d.a.: ,,,n. h tir.r o. h.n tna t anyone t oule rather steal
S Mr Cha. W. ehite, whr. ghas bofn i.neres !in e -fTrip To Ttexas. o \'t:.e e i ., i ,v 1:1 Miss ,Ank cha.n, art- esi c n E l se o
in the city for several d ays. left yes- ,,-ned the Elks" (toinvfviT gon. on o :, hi,.i -, d s dran, now advertising to sell at. If fu-
Stlai.v for TaTonTa e I thde most enjoyable of his ar' no legal the mt n o things simply b y '\
|.a sting ., he,. Mr. Harry.n,, t. i P iaer P.alme,ody TOOk Hoaan's plan Marcus







on ar ista t i agtr adsni-Mrr. etSna for Taaludia.N C.,, a tiny tin :t hoirn + fort. ha :'in gues.al wit hifami Nothaiong har bea
a r and Gar. |hr they wil spend the alance of the man noies md by g n would a\ no occasion for a"stock
Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Bates. who hav< Allomrn A. (rahamn o' ( aaa i. t .., ., a 1,. l --;,- ,1 A id,'r d whait,.. .- ,, n .
,--i.,,t (.f the -T Hon family t ','. w.ik : u":ion aie. The st- es hoe stole
b iun in Ocala for some time, have r. (;ra-.1 is one Itf 1he .--i f ,l ni,-f .... b (en- i)iu.,. ased for. Einnm,,
_-.~~~N , ^ .-,i r. G ra!a isoe >f Ithe Luifiie w!P.i A ; , '^^ n ^ 1 p nh s~ o 1^
It-o inI to Jackson v iloe. n i wa i")1ll have t .',n l ,,|f $1.;n .
ers of this sta~e andt we await with. {,lll~! wh. r. ''\-, a It\ev sof >lo" an pays $.,,"^ an'l doesn't ev^en
! iitt Jetmsie Alston Ow-ens has gone pleas:: his sin-\- of his tripi to S'. ie''h(m ,^ : wht' \\.a pane ala ; ^ t th sho-s
i on her summer outing. The Banner Petersbu, .--St. Peterstnurg Ind.l-- ;i^t alt^~ lh hir Cui^ \sCADO THANKS
Sfoilow in her wake. pendient. I shooting Imanv lit'Ie arrows. _
A car from Albert An. nn Gralham The Georzia railroad commission n There was also a test of ,he fiwp C. E. Conner and family return
t,,vt he ts having a big time on his= has ruled that newspapers in the s+"s-s-siht, feeling. !ouch, taste thnk to th fir dleartment and
Ml> ^ e !>*na'in a in nine uu an,! stnep Tlbi 1,rovedl very anmus- ,* ,
"..^l FPlorida'" trip. state nlay accept transportation in rnl>e' IAIl^ ^ m any^^ friend who assisted them drur-
w f nii .exchange for adv-ertisements. This is illg. and malny funny guesse were ing and1 aft-r the fire that ,Iostroy+.,
Mr !t M. Barnett. th? original of interest in view of the ruling otf l!:a~le. Miss Askew got an immense, thei residence on Earl street Mondlay
"Hal "" m-as in the city from the Cot- Judge Kohlsaat of Chicago that such stick of' candly for having guessed morning.
tio Plant section Tuesday. contracts are not legal, lh]p nost names of things simply by
.-- tasting ,henm. Mr. Harry Palmer had Mr. Frank Harris has gone TO North
Dr W F. Yoeum of Gainesville is Mrs. R. R. Carroll and daughter, thie most accurate ears an~l received Carolina to sipendl a couple of weeks
4&oo a visit to his daughter .and son-in- Merris. left Sunday for Saludla. N. C. a tiny: tin horn for having guessedl with hs family. Nothing has beon
lam-. Mr. and .Mrs. \W. T. Gary., where they will spend the balance of the many noises made hy grinding har from hm sinc he lf Sunnlay.


U CCE SS


In business depends largely on attention to little things.

NWe delight in giving prompt attention to all the


wants of our customers.


THE MUNROE AND CHAMBLISS BANK
OCALA, FLORIDA.


TOUCHED BY HIS "FRIEND"

-.--':,al d;a,- agi- a -.. 'an ier appear-
1 in Reddick antl secured board
ith Mr. John Wilson, stating that he
as a detective, andl wanted( a few
ecks' rest. He soon becamIe ac-
taint-d with Mr. .1. B. Peck, a mer-
iant, and male his store headquar-
Srs. On Monday evening a colored
oman came into the store and asked
.r an article which he didl not have
i hand and he stepped out to a
neighboring store to get it. While he
as gone the detectiveve" who had by
s shrewdness made quite a friend
SMr. Peck, went to the cash drawer
id took from it a sack containing
miething over sixty dollars, and "va-
oosed," and since which time he
is not been seen. He is evidently
ot a very industrious fellow, as quite
deal of silver was in the drawer
hen he took the sack, which only
contained I)aper money, the presump-
on being that silver was too heavy
nd inconvenient for a high-toned de-
ctive to bother with.

A BUSINESS CHANGE

The Ocala Houtse WVine Rooms.
which have been operated by Blu-
ienihal & bic i'keri, A lanta. for Ihe
ist w-w y-'ars. was Monday sold to
r. Joh.n M. .i(cCorkh-le, also of Atlan-
i, and he assumed charge at once.
he sale inc ieds the "Annex" also.
nd Mr. McCor!! le will continue both
aces.
Mr. XV. A. Klallenberger, who has
) successfully nianaged these places
)r the past year. will remain under
ie new owner-hip, andl the business
ill continue practically the same as
tlthe past, -xc.-pt that Mr. MeCorkle
is in minli a few improvements
which will l)e made in the near fu-
ire.


UNCLAIMED LETTERS

Males
Austin. Mr. Andrew.
Burden, Mr. Lee.
Entz, M. H.
Gadsalen, Mr. G. W.
.Johison, Mr. Walter.
Jones. Mr. Joseph.
Johnson, the Barber.
Lope., Sam.
..art'n, Mr. Robert.
1Mac,,Iley. Mr. John.
Powell, Mr. G. W.
Sarnilels, Mr.. John.
Thnom.ts,. Mi. T. W.
Wi."gins, Mr. Edmon.
White, Mr. David.
Williams. Mr. Lee.
Young, S. F.
Females
Baker. Miss Susie.
Brienton. Miss Emmer.
Burley, Miss Lizzie.
Capp. Mrs. Virgie.
France, Miss Willie.
Feltner, Miss Ella.
Hoffler, Hattie.


WILLIAM


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MARK McDCWELL


Rktsoli Ti :ns of respe'ct touching the
late WViu. M. McDowell. ruling elder
in the F'.rst Prsbyterian church.
Ocala. Fla.. pass.ad lti the session of
the church:
Whereas. ;od in his inscrutable
and unerring providence has seen fit
to remove from the sphere of his
earthly existence, from the member-
ship of our church and from a owt
on the bench of its eldwers. our friend
and brother. William Mark McDowell,
we. his surviving brethren and col-
leagues in office., wotull hereby roacord
our great sorrow for the. loss we have
sustained by his death: and grateffUl-
ly make mention of our inlebtednem
to him for his exemplary life amo"
us, his wise counsels in our confer-
ences with him, and his generous gifts
in support of the gospel among us. We
also, hereby, record our high eptwm
of him. as a brother leloved, whose
presence, both in the congregations of
Godl's people., in the sanctuary and In
the meetings of the s.ssion and othor
offices of the church.
We also hereby extendl to the fam-
ily of mur ,deceased brother our teno-
derest sympathy and commend then
to the gracious onompassion of our
coiiiiOii .Lord and Savior
Anal we further direct that a page
of our record Ib4 ledicatel to his
mniemory: this memorial inscribdl In
our book, a copy of it sent to the
tfaniily of the deceased, andl that It
b publ)lished In o)ti r city papers, and
signed by members of the Klfssloo.
W. H I)r.,oR.
E. W. KRAYBILL.
PETER INGRAM
T. W. TROXI.ER


MISS ELLEN HUGGINS


Miss Ellen tluggins was born ia
(G;eorg,,town. S. ('C.. on December 13.
12. and came to this county in 1S52
with her father and brother. Her life
was chequered with sorrows. OWe
beloved brother was killed ditrinn the
war, the other died a few wt'eka la-
ter.
Miss Huggins was a memnler of the
Episcopal church, and was a devout
Christian woman. Those who were
privileg-,i to enter into her circle of
friends van testify to her h1 yally and
sincerity. Her love was giv, n frely
and fully, and fe r iss "the touch of
the vanished hand and tihe sound of
the voice that is stilled.
After her own Lovedl ones were
gone she raised three orphan chll-
dren, two of whom have passed o be-
fore. Mrs. E. 11 Thagard. her adulopt-
ed daughter, was with her during her
illness. After two weeks of anguisb
she passed away early in the night of
July IS, and was laid to rest on Sun-
day afternoon in the family grave-
yard on her estate at '"Retreat." two
miles west of Reddick. where, with
her father and brothers, she walts


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SELLEVIEW BRIEFS A LONG NEEDED REBUKE M ogDn.
--o nu-Tn ~HOW MRS STETSON BECAME A COUNTESS longe ce o..ord t
fmlal Cor. Ocala Banner: No man has been so lobg or o M a Tha o Williae Kemp, an actors
Tbe city fathers, having run short greatly in need of a stinging rebuk, of some celebrity in the reign of Queen
of cat in the town treasury, have as Theodore Roosevelt. and he has r M ra r i Elizabeth. He was a comedian and
adopted the plan of paying off the gotten it at last-as stinging a s was Her Marriage is Described She Was Formerly An lilinos danced all the way from London to
rad help with scrip. The town tax- ever administered. .'udg, Gros-cu) Fr Gi Norwich.
on will not come in until near the first did the world: and -s asv ;o ia a ad aan- erra er a
f the year, so the council thought it ine the imp.t'nt rate -: "n,- mar. o s :d n oerse h!,: tht
best to adopt this plan. The mer-1has arro-aT -d toi-.()fev.r ,,-
b to adopt this plan. The merhas arro fds to hiself every ,-; The Philade'phia correspondent of sisted by constables and members oflthere werenoomnibussorpolio th,.
Ct accept the scp willingly er and ov. finds hiser Nw York Wor says tiat Mrs. the Cheltenham police force. All i-i they would probably have impo
from the men, so all hands are pleas- helpless.Yor.I sashatMrsthCelpo
fo. the men. so all hatds are pleas- helpless. .in S Se-son. widow of the million- formation was refuse, eveun repe. i1)i te wa
ed.I i progress than did the country people.
our It all came about through the decis-are hat manufacturer, and once an to inquiries regarding the couple'.
A photographer appeared in our ion of the court of apl.-als in the a He started with several presen-s of
t at Friday and took a number Standard O case. The decision wa niana farm girl, and Count Santa bridal tour, after they had been s : groats and crooked sixpences for lu.'k.
Sfinet last Friday and townok a number Stunanimdard Oul case. The precision was ritiiz- Eul3lia, Portugese consul at Chicago, to leave in an automobile in the di d, laden with these. he danced to
th library town hall, M. E. church, ed the judges who rende n it i his ere married July 24 at ldro. the reaction of New York. tratford with out rest
the library, town ball, M. E. church, ed the judges who renderedI it in hi St.4tson country home on York road. It was learned that Count Senit,i Subsequently he went In for early

LAke Ullian, the grotto. Green, Frank- characteristic rough rider way. judi g, tson country home on York road. It was learned that Count Sant1 S
Ae Uliad the grotto, Green, F k chra isicw r riy. p d nu ear Ashburne. The ceremony wa: Eulalia has been a guest at Ido rising to avoid market people, and,
On and Eichelberger caves, etc. We Grosscup was shown h present performed by gr. James P. Turner. since July 4. The manner in whic>ithough suffering from a sprain of the
understand he made an arrangement tirade and was asked w.it h v 1 erfornhed by gr.'a Jm Ihip whichhe rei hdanc
w one of the merants to furnish to say about it. The judge p. t chancellor of the archdiocese of Phil- the count and his bride became a: well again, to the delight of the crowd
the one of the merhants to furnish toa say about iti. The judge Ut adelphia. under a special dispensation quainted is still open to sp.culatim. which accompanied him, some 200 In
the negatives for the purpose of he'v- statement; in writing: zrantet by Archbishop Ryan. the but shrewd ones hint that it l) g3Ii number.
lIg regular view post cards struck "There is no more reason why I bride being a Bapthist. when the count made a thats relief When he reached Norwich e had to
of-something needed to advertise should take notice of th- comment of e ben a Baptst when the count made a bas relie
Belleview for several years. Mr. Roosevelt than I would that of any Only a few immediate relatives H. E. DeLand of Fairport. N. Y.. dance in and out of the city twice,
Judge Hopkins is furnishing his private citizen, for the office that h were present, notable absentees being whose estate in Florida adjoined that for his overseer missed him In the
ot on Smith lke preparatory lls and t office that the jues of Mrs Henry Roelors. a daughter o of the late John B. Stetson. Deland crowd and made him do the distance
cottage on Smith Lake, preparatory fills and th'o office that the junlges ofk
to moving over for a much needed the court of appeals fill are entirely John B. Stetson by his first marriage, founded the town in Florida bearing over again to avoid any posiblity of
ret from the cares of state, independent, though co-ordinate and hlbr husband. .lls name, in which Stetson establish- error.-London Graphic.
This Is the rainy season and we are branches of the government." The ceremony took place in the ed the Stetson University. The bas L M Dead Boar.
getting our share of it. Mr. Roosevelt is extremely popular drawing room under a canopy of relief of DeLand is prominent in th An odd hunting advture recently
Word comes from the north that despite the fact that his wh)le off- flowers. The room was heaped with appointments of Idro. befell a British officer In India. He
Mr. Sybil Edgar Millsom has left cial term has been full of acts for blooms. The bridegroom was in full Ii is believed that Count Eulalia was mounted on a fleet mule and was
Pittsburg. Pa., and gone to Bridge- which he deserved impeach.meint. He court uniform, or dark cloth, trimmed will be barred from any share in the running down a wild boar, intending
pot. Conn.. to join her husband. May has arrogated to himself every func- with gold braid. He carried a cocked l late hat maker's great fortune, for a to lance it,' when the animal turned,
oy attend them. tion of government. He has lgislat- hat. The bride was given away ) clause in his will reads: bit the mule's leg and then fled again.
Mr. Hicks, a very pleasant young ed and the subservient partisanship her son, John B. Stetson. Jr. The l"It is expressly my will that the in- .ue seaed psteldt officer
man from Hampton. Fla.. was in our of a cringing majority in the houS pipe organ, which has been in the come which I have dlirectl to be paid on the ground. Then, kicking out
midst last Friday and announced him- has accepted his executive act as law. house for years. was utilized for the to my wife and children, respectively, vtgorosly five or six times, as if to
elf as the new school principal for He has picked out men for prosecu- wedding march, is to he for their respective, sole and see that her legs were all right, she
the coming term. He expects to open tion and has shielded others. He has After the vows had been exchang- separate and exclusive use and bene- started after the unfortunate pig at
school early in August, so children get issued his orders to prosecuting offi- ed a wedding breakfast of eighteen fit, so that the sam shall not be in lightning speed, with fury in her eyes
your books and best manners ready, cers and to courts, and hlie has not covers was served, and then the pat'- any manner plldg appropriated, and vengeance in the crook of her
and make a good impression on your hesitated to scathingly condemn juig- ty came out on the lawn where a pho- dis)osed of or lar'd wIth y antici- ears. The race was not long, and t
mew principal. We learn that Mr. es who did not obey him. He reach- tographer took several pictures, nation. or before tie sanim shall be- wild boar soon that he had
Hicks will occupy he Riley cottage, ed th, limit when he attemrtid to Extree rserve was shown by all corn ayal. nor be -jxc t e sed a n r the mulen com-
and that he has formerly taught drive the jury that was to try Hay- members of the family. All entranc- ecution. a;taciiui-nt. or sequestration ng p with him, caught him by the
oolatOford. ildwood and New- wood and others, b referring to the s to the estate were closely guarded for any debts o lial)ilities whatso- backbone with her teeth, crunched it
school at Oxford. Wildwood and New- wood and others, by referring to tho yasoeo tltcrties e-eo.
berry. We cordially bespeak for him accused as undesirable citizens, by a score of athletic retainers, as-,ever." and threw him to the ground and
the best wishes of the whole town Much has been said by the l)resi- i then, before he could rise, kicked him
for his success, and trust that he and dent and his party about criticizing THE SEVENTEENTH PEACE CON- Hatred is born of ignorance, love so viciously that he was a dead boar
his charming wife and child will en- the courts. The democrats are accus- GRESS -t sympath anl understanding When In less tban no time. Then the mule
joy themselves while in our midst. ed of sacrilege because they propose T:ie seventeenth universal peace somebody once heard Charles Lamb returned to her mter and gave utter-
anc..eintoiad "henoucw"g amantwihumph.
Miss Sophie Rheinol of Starke. one to restrict by the law the power of congres has opened auspiciously in r'rndly enotaing a manr with whom ao
of our former school teachers, is in courts in injunction ani contempt London, delegates representing over a he was not a>cqnaintd, h. asked the Betwen Supper and Breakfast.
town visiting friends for a few days: cases, hundred societies in sixteen different usually .gntle essayist hiw he could Many persons, says a well known
We would like to see Miss Rheinol in But no man has criticized and de- countries being in attendance, Ivite a mfnif he did not even know. to doctor, though not actually sick. keep
her old place once more. nounced the courts as has this Caesar The object of this conference i: which Lamb) replied: "If I did know below par In strength and general
Early risers are beginning to no- ot a day who is about to pass off the worthy of all praise. The idealists of him how coul, I hat e him?'" The tone. and he Is of the opinion that
twice the first signs of fall weather, stage. With the oath to support the ithe world are none too numerous. People whom we hate ar, the people fasting during the long interval be-
There is a decided sharpness in the laws on his lips. he has oone mor- Holses and lands. stock., and )ond-s, we do not know. The deserts, rivers twa te cope tead breakfast, and espe-
air of the early morn. which to the old to teach a contempt for law than all loaves anil fishes are the things that and mountains of the world, so long stomach during sleep, adds greatly to
observers indicate an early fall and the mobs which he is so fond of de- now interest the majority of human as they were well-nigh impassable, the amount of emaciation, sleepless-
a very cold winter. Mark our predic- no'ncin He has never obeyed a law beings. The materialism (,f Prof. made the sel)arated nations enemies. ness and general weakness we so often


tios.
Tuesday the colored people had a
public baptismal in Lake Lillian. Lou-
isa Williams being baptized by Rev.
N. W. Ellison. assisted by Rev. J. R.
Blackwell. Quite a concourse of peo-
pie gathered to witness the cere-
mony.
Judge Hopkins has gone to his lake-
shore cottage to stay the ba3i-nc.- of
the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Millsom. accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. Gross. hade a pleas-
ant Lake Weir drive on Wednesday.
expecting to circle the lake.
Expressions of regret are heard on
all sides at the news that Rev. W. L.
Barge and family are to laave Belle-
view in the near future to make their
bome in Eustis. No fan-!ly has ever
endeared themselves n.ore to the
people of Belleview than the Barze
family, and it is with si:icere regret
that we sea the:n l1ave. May good
luck and success follow them.
We do not envy that gentleman cow
the load of peas that he received in
that corn field Tuesday night. Per-
haps he won't come again.


FAIRFIELO FACTS


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
A few of Fairfleld's folks enjoyed
a ash fry at Orange Lake Friday.

Memars. Gattrell & Smoak have pur-
ebased the new store of Mr. J. H. Car-
ter.
Mr. W. J. Lohrig of Ocala was in
our town Saturday evening.
Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Randall are re-


he could override if it di.J not suit
his p)urr)ose to obey it. He has *aught
the people that laws are only inwend-
ed to control the wak-thlt thy are,
!o hPe defied by those who are strong
enough to) defy th.-nim.
If an obscure citizen denounces the
courts hlie do,)es wrong. hut ho ,Ios no
harm. His example e is not inmitated
by others and his criticisms do not
affect the courts. When the president
of the U'nited States criticizes the
courts lie (dos it for the purpose of in-
iluencin.g th-ir decision and. doing it
for that purpose, he deserves iim-
peachment.
But Judgo Grosscup has .-hown him
that there is at lease on- man who
cares nothing for his opinions, who
regards his interference as an imper-
tinence anti will treat it as such. If
others had4i shown a like independ-
ence a would-be tyrant would have
been whipped from his ,'surpations
long ago.-Times-Union.

ELECTRA ITEMS

Special Cor. Ocala Bannlr:
Miss Mary Connor, who has been
visiting Mrs. Waers. returned home
last week. Mr. C. E. Connor and son.
Robert. of Ocala. came out to our
burg Sunday. and Monday morning
about 9 o'clock Mr. Ben Condon drove
up and told Mr. Connor that his beau-
tiful residence in Ocala was destroyed
by fire, but that none of the family
had been injured. They have our
deepest sympathy in the loss of their
home.


Haeckel. which holds that man is but The bridge, the steamer, the railroad. meet. It Is logical to believe that the
an animatedi clod, is a creed(l to which the telegraph, the printed page make supply of nourishment should be some-
few are willing to subscribe, but there for international friendship, what continuous, especially in those
are countless millions who live as Only a littl- over a lhundredi years who are below par, If we would coun-
S'hough they believed it. And yet the ago it was customary for the l)eopl i teract their emaciation and lower de-
Iiimh thx I~eieve it. nil et th Pagree of vitality, and as bodily exer-
world does move. as Galileo saii, : in English country villa-es to turn gree of vitality ad as bodly exer-
ilse is suspended during sleepwith
when speaking of its physical aslec lb ilous )on anew-comer, not he- wrntr rspodnl inn
4 : 'wear and tear correspondingly dimin-
andi it moves progressively "with rth, c.,rse he might happen to I)( a beg- shed, while digestion, assimilation and
process of (he suls." _r. but for the simple reason that nutritive activity continue as usual.
There was a time when war s".!-m- 1e Was a stranger, and all strangers the food furnished during this period
ed th natural state of meni. Only a were regarded with intense, sulsplicion, adds more than is destroyed, and in-


hindredl years ago it was almost a One is not surprised that war should
part of the national religion of Eng- hate been popular whon such a state
land to hate the French, and it was of mind was common.
almost a part of the national religion There is nothing but national sci-
of France to hate the English. All tfishness to provoke war at present.
the nations had their deep antipath- The old-time ignorance with which
ies. These are not all dead even yet. Hugo Grotius. the first advocate of
but it is something to know that they universal peace, had to contend, is 'i
are dying. The cosmopolitanism of thing of the past. The antipathies
Goethe, which led him to say when which George Fox, William Penn and
the armies of Napoleon were overrun- the other peace-loving Quakers en-
ning his country, "I cannot hate the countered are dead or moribund. The
French. for I have derived much of successors of William Ellery Chan-
my culture from that country," is a ning and Elihu Burritt in the ranks
sentiment that grows with man's of the peace advocates are no longer
growth. The man who has drunk laughed at. They are welcomed by
,deeply from the wells of culture feels kings and queens, honored by learned
his kinship with every people "from jurists and exalted dignitaries, and
China to Peru" that has toiled and given the freedom of great cities.-
sung. Louisville Courier-Journal.


A New Department


We are pleased to learn that Miss
-221 2-- 1.- ~ -~ -- A 2


creased weight and improved general
vigor are the results.-London Globe.


mered.
"'Yes,' said the duke. This bel
doesn't seem to be quite dead yet'"

Charlotte Bronte's Last Tribute.
"He will not separate us-w' hauve
been so happy:" These were the al
words of Charlotte Bronte when. bhav-
ing become Mrs. Nicholls and havtog
lived with her husband only aka-
months, death came to snatch the cup
of domestic felicity from the lips d
the happy pair. A low. wandering dw
lirtum came on. Wakening for am -


srant irom tais stupor, she naw b
A Theater Dialogue. husband's woe worn face and caigN
The curtain had fallen on the first the sound of some murmured woc
act at a Broadway theater when a of prayer that God would span i
man. correctly attired and apparently "Oh," she whispered, -I am not pft
of refinement, leaned toward a woman to die, am I? He will not separate a
occupying a seat directly in front of -we have been so happy!"
him-a woman who had naturally re-,
moved her hat, but whose hair wasi The Words That Wea.
arranged in the extreme of fashion, In London mone of the weekly pi4N
aided by boughtenn" puffs, offered a prize for the best lit d
"I beg your pardon, mndslim," said strong words to number tea The o
the man in an audible whisper, "but if nounceimept specified that but M
you would remove your hair and sub- words would be considered from I
statute your hat I believe I would be one person and a committee of lItbotl
able to see something more of theI wlen would select from the nmanb
stage." offered the ten strongest word Is tf
The woman didn't scream. She! English language.
didn't even faint. She merely turned! These are the word that worn: Ba
around and replied: blood, hungry, dawn, coming, ma.
"Jack, if you weren't my brother! love, dead. alone, forever.
I'd slap your face."-New York Globe. Do you think of any stronuM, W
of suggea ?-BUo -xcha .


Her Little Confidence Game.
"We're playing railroad train." she
said aa she pulled her father's paper
away, "a'd I'm the conductor. Tick-
et, please."
He took a card from his pocket anMd
handed It to her. She looked at it la-
tently for a minute and then handed tt
back. "That was issued yesterday."
she said, "and Isn't good today. You'II
ha ve to maw eM~h &a& fm s. &..-a-t


Notee l M f.
Farmer (to medical mau-I-f ym g
oaut my way any time. detor,. I Wb
you'd stop anda m my witle. I tB
she ain't feeoLUan' welL Doctor-W
make you think ao? farmes-Wd
thil mornin', after she had alked tC
cows, an' W d the pig, an' got bmb
fast for the meq, an' waad Ift
dlimthdsm n a.& t m- .-a-.-


suggeted by a Lady.
Let me have five two-cent tamm
please," mMaid a lady to the polte you"
man behind the counter in the pat.
omrce.
"yessum," bhe said, handing them
out.
"Can't you let me have them in oft
piece?" she added.
'"'Certainly, ma'am," said the young
man. "Can I send them home f
you ?"
"Oh, no; I don't live far away, MMn
I am going straight home. I wouldn't
put you to the trouble."
"No trouble at all." said the pon%
official. "I haven't very much to de
today, and I could easily spare as
hour."
"Very much obliged," said the lag,
smiling sweetly. "Dear me." she aft
ed, putting on a stamp, "what a both-
It is to stamp letters! Why can't w
send letters and let the postoftce ea
in their bill once a month?"
"They might just aa well," said thm
obliging young man sympathizuIngy.
"I'll mention the tact in my next gw
port to Washington."
"Will you? How nice! But y"
mustn't mention my name. Say the
idea was suggested by a lady."

Catching a Bride.
Among certain Siberlans the brd
j groom is not permitted to have a wt
until he can catch her. But they (
not give him a fair mre in the 09s.
I The bride, surrounded by haer ftna
friends, awaits him In a bigb t Am
soon as she seea him she run of.
SHe follows like Hippomene after Aa.
Slanta. But Instead of obstacles beb
thrown in the way of the bMde thw
I are thrown acrew the path oft tf
bridegroom. The pureuag gumroom i
over old women, c air, tables, s.m
and fishing rods or Is trapped up b
ropes. Only when it Is bared he
might give up and sulk and go away
without the fleeting lady is be pert-
ted to overtake her. Then as sbe f
into his outstretched arms It may be
Imagined she utters some equlvalM
of "This is so sudden!"

A Live 8teak.
"Tt is a mistake," said the prmidi
of the New York Waltersm' club. -
think that an Englishman aimways
wants his beef excessively rare. As a
matter of fact, the English like tbs
beef better done than we do. I ooe
saw a waiter." he continued, "serve an
English duke with a cut of very. very
rare sirloin. The duke looked cloeiy
at the slice of bright red meal The
he said:
"Waiter, Just send for the butVt'.
will you?
Tlha htntr, har- Ipr th wtfrslP. --a


ist r4C
nile..

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THE NEWSPAPEB-"WHAT 16 IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE: ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CO'ERNS."-CO


VOLUME 44, NUMBER 5- OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 31,.1908.


VPER.


ONE DOLLAR A YE\R


Local And P4i 1OCALA WINS AGAIN OCALA WON THE RUBBER HELLO PEOPLE IN SESSION A FORGER SHOT

r. (rko d"By a Score of 4 to 3 the Locals Won The Georgia Bcys Failed to Get Re-'From Friday's Daily: F:om Saturday's Daily:
Mrs. H. B Clarkson and.Mrs. .1. L From Ocilla Yesterday venge for Three Defeats in June The state telephone a.ssciaion A ytAng man claiming that I
Em.-rn have roiurned trom their From Friday's Daily: met at the Eiks' Hail in this c.v yes- name was Allen Roberts came
L .ii From Saturlay's Daily-'
t-.i "( .Iackiixn\ille, Pablo Beach The rain came near causing isap- he thir gam terlay after n at :. fron. Dunnon eserda with
, ,, ~~~The third game of The serie-s w;T1h Ti x
and q AuL1istixi. ;.ointment to the ball players and! Ju(ldge V. S. Buiiock. a nen:- r of (he'k pIrpirting to have been giv
fans -esterdav. b'nt by a quaarter past O e e l the Ocala Telephone, Company. mliad by ,}. L. Trotter to one James Re
~pal-h- vys-Ter, ay afternoon to-fore ;
S T#. .Mara'hon race. The, cov,-0,Id tour it hadl c-ased. and the game was r y r a a iroan informal aiddre-ss f welcne. ierts for $1.',. H imnheiiaNelv we
, . ,1 1 1, r i ,* .. p~~~! ood s-ized crowd. The e;jlu e r ,. 11 -. -. <
p-iz- of al! na-ions. was won in Ln- called-. How,-ver. it did interfer gd ize crowd. T wasT 'a-,(,.a y >---Senator *o tore of M .'.hel & Son ai
-, ,,l.(h w as .... ,(,n,] : ") i. ,-x-*~nat,, "o .,a r *ceived bv fh"e soh&e Sons w a s
donn r-da1 \,0 the Uni'edt States. \\e with he playing, a-s the ball was ceived by e home oys was Pno': v .'.r of.. !..,-, :r B'h. o: I'chas --d a S':-T of clothes and ga
to m ake Th-m ,play ball. an.! ,ht, w y W
a". r which is tie excn.-e lor the number t ma1 h..a..l a h'-s we', :* ;; Ois ante, the c ':hii paTmn' wrecevin t
,(t errors niade(. It also interfere-i they used he sick was r.i:nl' ;y .;:, ,i:.l. ,,ii:Tf ,--'..e ii 'a-h Mr. Vish el tc
SMr Har. Sta n. r i-s ri-re in tihh in- T a n ance which S for their victor. T. ai cow
ihth, ,which aS,'.ar.-wso. with him
tr .. th,- *"l- ibll'.a of .\Tmn:ia "" a la,, nt : The locals Uok t he :liu Lrlst. ;':c s',i n e. ., "".
before. .... I,#-"fOe- ofiVte :h., Ia1' i,-ntified. b:t as
i~~~~~~r^, ~~~~ ~ t <.i-Z as Th'ni.i 1Am ia. at^.. nianaz+-m+,nt 4..xp c < . , ir... .. :: ,i .ni },w *o o -'av h ;; 'iIntfe li s
Sa ..i.irta aie noo ..' :rc :Abl...t' r. E. E. Vovl.. waa:e d 1o cte(h the tran to Lunn
IIIfor greaf tr h T D l'
1 An'd, :i :t i i ',1 ;Igrea litlity 1nd 1;" ra inning was i'r it 1 o k.'d a- : .. ...
^i*J* n l Ia.- i p l uac .d v.. ra l .a l,..- .a ,*,, i in T u a ,.," : .- i,:, : -;l .r ,r', ,, ;,,a T i :,t' \ -i t, in' ,, o f
the Ocilla team vould n mak, gooI'l 'b.r I lt
io't-r ay ".,alt he locals have lH l ,.1" ",.' :"
J"' ay .hai he locals h a '. (e a <''!:: '. (, ;:.-,svbill. ,j',:n ion. He arrived there too la
The oidititanc, which pats-sedl h promise to win llthe series. Sinirnon- ;
,,; _- T ,n n ro, ar,. ii n lpi .c h *r. a a ndoodt, on ,, topo. in t";. .A,.-." .s, "v re -o i a'i bv th Tor rr in a. i then ,ffer-.d a ha
,t.in,;l ',- T 'Ti. -rVdav n iLhT r ua r-riini 1 . . hit the first ball to the firs, l ta'- '( .( .. 'i i "'- .''-J '-
'h, ifl-I.(<'iotl of inlk wIill b, u enyT ii t r- and wais salfe on an error, ai (d Ii -:' ". ". ,.L : ... .i t p i
hats l',hJ lh]n playing a fas' t hird 'v, * **;*; ci: Th !n'aili:;]^, }>* .> 'c.ih- hs
4-v A, i i;. I." ST i the sec lond sack. A nthonly i "
Ithi;- s,.ason. He has sp-ed. and 1 g, ,(. !, l"[.::0' ('o '- .(. ,.: (j .i -;ioi:d t-Cen r"-1'02e., to Sherift (;lrdin w
left. Simmons oZing to :iir ".. "
.:' Ed ( ', i t u\ .s. kiich hlie used, to exc'llen" g t -V l te "su,-t .ii how n:av thev b ir st f h cit ev ral mi
V- Ed ( arn,ichaol has iurchas, braced himself anl drove t.,; ". y
S* ad\ania_-* lnt il the Ihall e('hiLe : l i.- a, s '-;.' ; r-,.'.:lie."'- \V. I'. di. .icja,- of ':,atin off Rober
i. I t,.-'son interest it i t l. e hbto. de p ('enter for two bas',s. Si:n '.. i :t, .-t
\ w -t. A,,t<.r his texhitdtion ,y -sir~i:: l.a .I ot,'o I:!- -',.!'T<*v,-n. *\\'!.eli .,v n.r l rliles we-, lop.'-r. at ',h- had (itf Sil\er Slorini- i i and Anthony scoring. 1,.N\'- '.s '-I N fh
it is ht- juiltimen of le' planss 'i;t "'!,scnirs ;,.d .'oilt<-tiois. h ic- sherifff hadl fu d no trace of hi
kr.n,! l. t:oing to untilize anl eaui;a i ', his sacrificed 1to third by Snvw.-, an'i c ita o e "r s this
. ~~~~h.- should takt- his re-irlar Turn ill :: '.'*, ;IreCIta! of Tit- -roublhe- along this i a d s rtd ; rtrn o tw }
t .Tx wn\\iTh Harris andi (.Clark. In h -T1 ,,. hiat the teieih(ne i,;, is heir to and had not cown- far when he met h
,. .,poppedlfd up a fly to Harris. Sib)t v :.--
IMrs, .1 S Haislev of Ocala is in the thret' I-i'chers the local teal tirea the st y, oing o" h!ow to Treat th ."'-E.i Scott. ArXa- man on :he road going westwar
: t' ,, e S d \Oi l l 011t, .jf w- f. T i,
S. s isi t Mrs I C (rs 01 box artists . a hen he e him the sheriff told hi
, s ,r, ,.'fa- : B ullock. Ii. T t ,ree hit.S i ,,, tii i
I yth She tn rote 1() IDa re. amater lub in the stale. Rates; when and how to raisetha he wante him and to get in
rhhns. -hnm.tTampa-a1r. n
xh.-ro she will spend th- r,.maind.-,: For 1tvt' innings a string of .' | ; a idhe-nt."t; --WV. (;. Bro:'ien. Tama. .is b y and reruni to Ocala. Re
t 4i< ht~a ,.,d T.ern.--;ainesville Sun. ,' a*s was credited to ach ,'ai. I: Forl wa saf nti th t.',ot- Mr. J. A. Helvin of the Sronrg-'rts replied with an oath that I
the- six.h inning the monotio \ I ? ('aren Tel,'t-Iehone Manufacturin would (o nohing of the kind a
S,.nl)I-i +,rror. was sacrificed to ss,# -.,::1
S MG ( A ',.1e-wayv o(t Tampa. fo.- tiroken. On onet sate hiii, a ii., ,in. achd thi ,- .. ('oniany t of Roch h.ster. N. Y.. and s a:',el to r'n. The sheriff told hi
u.-rl o( 0 '.aHo,\\-#,]] fl ta dto,, ,'han le zlar, I''s h
r:.--r a' she'.\ille. N. ( Shie is ac- ,.iTc.h .ild two errorS, .1,'Vet t.wI "V '- theh la Fnorida' E!e,(-tric ('Co panllly, .Jack- e was ;uain re lied to with an oa
o(nipani,-I d f,\ h,,:" liI, t,,-l IT" and ,,,i I1, .. te,, s.,re.,i,. In tliTS.on I e: nFl ..( .r ss3, '1(. lat on ar.- Sonvitle- MI. F. B. Varv of The0 K(,d-lant 'o *io ",;s, \orst. Sheriff Gord(
],.,, i t i i(,(.k s drive to left. Izlar also i d ,
,'.tiir-e .h .ia. team adl." ot', n' ' '(" I 4.g Switchboar:'d and SISupply ('on- fl,, shot him in the right leg helc
to t al1\l4)n This hit, Ibuu was Sitit:'. j;n~ S,11ly(
V, 21j "'X .- 1db \V; I I- '.'
Ii! i pan\ f t l 'it.'.uloc Jiany ', ('hi; aii. Atlanta: Mr. hi' kne1. r< king it. when the ru
li,' I 1 H .l oi <'onn(;". on. . I ()11' a B!u l*li t,'. ,ullockk goin ....
.. rotii:}. ID'x.:.on ,.f{ ;he I-ricson Telepl~ho~nln,.r I"(-.i r '"h 'r- .ol"mn an l tried
.'ti y I H t 2'n in Maricin T' ( oiny' A * t:l.rl r ni te p',a. Bullock was w.t;,7-t i ri
h, ,.: ,,-" ,' in Ma-,n 0. i.; ..,i t l, is- in rtit -'.. ,. 1, 1; .iiniItu'l'l .. (",tn'anv of Bu'falo make a av with a noIt whi(h he h
111g, i.-. i 'i l S t( h o ,"
^ a i ;o' Fr-iday. H+e i-. look~iliu i ;s c ii c-a ~ t l i m ". 1. !; ** I
.... K l :! n *':' ; D O !* o .' 1 *:.y i .. :, ,: ." !,;ti :i :,'!v. H{. (;. Sianron o);.]in his possession bv\ tearing it in
a-. i .:r, Fr>la, h,, h':', .-,s 1,ok i n . a, "., N,'* lV, !'l ai A. .It r,,11..; \\iI'-. r,-n r1," i.a~l s ,lv T L an- th*I i n s i
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The latest entry tor speed honors Besides the sbh(ting there, an i.- Ocilla 0;. Ocala 10. Double play. For! I ment shown the nimmbers collective- charge of the operations have tI
ly and individluallvyl.s m rv, rtr rligrga
on Silver Springs is thb. launch Sil- count of which has alreadlv api)l)eared to Dodige. Struck out, by Antlhony and individually latest improve rotary killing rig a
ver Sides, owned by Otto Schwartz in these columns. Mr. Stevens says a ', by Harris Time of game, 1:?/I Resolve(l, That the thanks of the outfit, built in Beaumont, Texas. TI
and Harry Leavengood They have very serious accident occurred at th'e Umpire: .Judge Bell. Florida State Telephone convention n work is in charge of Charley Smit
just had it painted a beautiful white. Rentz mill the oth.r day. Soomneihing be given to the Ocala Telephone Co a Texas ranger, who is thoroughly e
liany for courtesies shown by permit- perienced in the oil drilling busine:
while the engine and other applianc- got wrong with some part of the ma- We had a delightful spin in Mr ting the use of its lies a shown by perxchangeitand competent in every way to pu
es are aluminum colored, with gold- chinery, and Mr. Acheson. the super- Robertson's auto Saturday morning t in demonstrating the practical work-a h ortho to u
en trimmings. The speed of this lit- intendent. tried to rectify it and in down to the Withlacoochbee river ing of instruments. appliances, the work through to a asuccessf
tlie craft is said to be such as to lit- doing so was caught in a belt, and while the dewdrops were yet glisten- of instruments appliances, etc.. conclusion. Mr. Smith is highly e
rally "burn the swamp" as she glides was thrown violently to the floor and ing in the sun and looking like a myr- f long dxhibition anced in talks whe carrying on ed over the respects and is entire
by had not two of the hands been stand, -iad of sparkling diamonds. We left o long distance talks with Gaines- satisfied with. the progress thus f
had ot eaadof sarking iamnds. eiyle. Tampa andl Jacksonville. there- I made and is confident that he wi
ing near and grabbed him he would Ocala at 5 o'clock and were back a ville by promoting interest in this alley ir- mget a gusher in the Land of Flowe
Mr. Frank M. Long of Holder was in all probability have been killed, little after 7. Colonel Venable, who by p inest in this all
among the visitors in our city Thurs- Asit as his clothing was torn from superintended the paving of our portant phase of the telephone busi- that will be a financial blessing
day. having come to see his friend, him and he was considerably bruised. streets around the court house square, ness. Tthat section of the state.k
SDr. McBride. who has been under the It was a narrow escape, is now superintending the construc- Resolved, That the sincere thanks
mre of Dr. E. Van Hood for severalion of a straight road as the crow of the Florida State Telephone Asso-' Mr. J. C. McCraney, our efflicie
wteks Mr. Long arrived just a day "MADE IN OCALA" flies from Ocala to the Withlacoocee ciation be extended to Mr. C. L. Bit-1game warden, was in Ocala Satu
too late. as Dr. McBride had been ta- river, and across that stream to In- tinger, editor of the Ocala Evening day. He has recently had two pa
ke to Suwannee Springs the day be- Dr. John M. Thompson called at verness, in Citrus county. Fourteen Star, for his most excellent report of ties, one white and one colored, a
fore. He is reported improving. Mr. our office yesterday and left us some miles from Ocala the road branches the proceedings of the convention, I rested for violating the game laws
Log's family is pleasantly located at peaches of his growing. They were off to Dunnellon, which is now being and for the inspiring response made the state in shooting deer cut of se
'rWhile Springs for a few months, grown from the seed of the famous made into a hard road by our county at the banquet to the toast. "The Tel- son, and next week expects to arre
-amoun improvement o ade ino a a r by odd oun phone as an Evidence of a Town's quite a number of persons for dyn
Hows. wh hasoneElberta. bitt are an improvement over authorities, and will be -extended on ehn sa vdneo o
Mrs. Frank eHowse. has one t original fruit in that they are a t Th t hr Prosperity and Progress." and that miting fish in the Withlacoochee ri
of .Fan oso h ha moreeorgia firm.i Bthtthey re up to Ocala. Then it wil be harden- he be requested to publish same. ler. Mr. McCraney is quite vigila
of the finest residences in Ocala. has great deal more firm. Better peach- ed on down to the river and the Cit- he be requested to publish same. rne te ga
recently Yet the back portions of the es we have never tasted, and it only Resolved, That a copy of the adv- and is determined that the gaa
r renty st te bck ortonsof he s w hae nvertasedandit nlyrus county authorities will take itu dress of Mr. C. I.. Bittinger on the laws shall be respected.
grmiuds with various fruit trees, the proves what is so often asserted that and continue it on down until e it p dress of Mr. C. Bittinger on
k andti orange predominating. She Florida is the natural home of good -. .- I I .. II Telephone as an Evidence of a


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)b- CATARRH MADE LIFE
he A BURDEN TO M.
id IS ANNIE PATRON, NY MiM
Si St., Cincinnati, Ohio, write.:
en "As I have found Peruna a blesing
th for a severe case of catarrh of the heed
Oil and throat which I suffered from for a
nw number of years, I am only too plead
to give it my personal endorement.
"Catarrh, such as I suffered from,
T0 made life a burden to me. my broth
d was offensive, stomach bd, and my
to head stopped up so that I was usually
i troubled with a headache, and although
I tried many so-called remedies, no)th-
ing gave me permanent relief. I wao
rather discouraged with all medicines
when Peruna was sugg.rtited to me.
)r& "However, I did buy a bottle, and be-
fore that was finished there was a
st marked change in my condition. Much
ge encouraged I kept on until I waC omp.
t pletelycured in a month's time. and I
find that my general health is al.o ex-
cellent."
People who prefer solid mpdlelnes
should try Peruna tablets. Each tablet
represents one average do of Peruna.
Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxative.
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Vce A HANDKERCHIEF SHOWER
o- F ,om Friulav's Da'y:
ie On la aftt'rnoi-n. front 4 io #
a- o'clock Miiss 4Caro Liddon gave a
is ;.!:ndke'r "i : .: .":-, sli o .lt rh.' him.e of
.h her pa rents, Mr:. ;: n. Mrs. ('. A Lid-
)il don, on O1: a w-ha- ;ve'ni:'. t'n"pl"
isn 'n'ntary ;o '"is. Annie Mat h s. who
~id on next WV. dne-sday will t~eropiii the
iM"r'te of [Dr. (Ieol-g< Yartee of Bra-
at zil.
he- This \\as the first of a series of
ets "ey ehntertainmento s that a ill be
th- gio en in honor of Matiss Math. x s. who
Is is one of Ocalrs most poyiiitaor loang
)il ladies.
11 Miss Liddon, Miss Marh~ws, Miss
to Askew of Samy'arsnah and Mios Mellon
in-. of Tarhpa. sch 'ery be. e ininrly
a gowned and looking -lniesuavie swnet,
in received the guests in there spacious


hie front parlor. In the library, conceal-
id ed in a large, white umbrella, were
hie the many dainty hanookerchiefs. At-
h, ter the guests had arrived. Mis
'x- Mathews was requested to stand un-
ss der the umbrella, which opened. an If
sh by magic, and the fair young lady
ul was literally showered with handker-
Lt- chiefs-tokens of love and eteemm Is
ly which she is beld by btr masy
ar friends.
ill Tables for whist and dominos
rs were placed in the rooms, and tte
to interesting games were enjoyed for
some time. No prizes were gives.
Little Misses Frances Uddos &ad
nt Ethel Haycraft aiatisted In servig
ir- the delicious Ice crvam and cake-
ir- Miss Uiddon in a most charlnis
ir- young lady and an ideal hostess. a4
of to be her gtewpt means to havye a nod
'a- time.
st-
a- OCALA BOY WINS FIRST PRIZI
ie--
nt For someP w#-ks an adl'ertl..miet
nf. has b-en inning in the- columns of
the Ocala Hanner in which "W K lVi-
Bose & Co the* fltxor and .rr,'.n ,umi-


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2 ALZE'RT ?PAYSOJ. TERHU.NE


4mwmn f COPYITMHT. 1908. BY HENRY W. SAVAGE


It in the nine on the stairs when we
were sitting there. Let's go back and
see."
They turned back, almost colliding
with Sonta, who was entering. Cas-
cada directly behind her.
"Oh. Mire. Sadowa," asked Natalie,
"you haven't seen anything of a white
Ivory fan? I've looked everywhere,
and"-
"No," replied the widow; "but I'll
look in this room if you haven't made
a thorough search here already."
Natalie, thanking her, hurried back
with her cavalier to the stairway.
Sonia idly began her search, but Cas-
cada interrupted her.
"That can wait," he pleaded. "but I
cannot. Won't you hear me?"
"Certainly." assented Sonia cheerful-
ly. "You are going to propose, aren't
von "


CHAPTER II.

Old Love and New.


' ILL, here I am," announced
a tall, udr youth, entering
111 the datted mlo- a few min-
If uta later with Nish at his
@W. "Tm bre at my country's call.
E right, but miy confounded country
lmMst eem to be on hand to meet

Iis gr aeeful walk was not wholly
aifyf, and there was a flush on the
Idome young face. The late ar-
rial was Prince Danilo of Marsovia.
ftachte of the MarmovTlan legation at
Paris. As a diplomat he had scarcely
mIod a uccem6 for be had a delight-
fully normal aveion to work and a
pie. umftalng joy la the amuse-
In mI of Maxtam's ad hth clubs.
T11 bunt up hd8 .xcalemcy at once,u"


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"I won't marry her." repeat Danilo.
"and she won't marry me. But for my
country's sake I'll keep any French-
man from marrying her."
"But how?"
"You shall seer'


YOUNG WOMEN AS MISSIONARIES

A band of missionaries, about to de-I
part for China, the Philippines. Cibi.
:Porto Rico and Alaska. received boli)
communion S',niay in t'.i Chuir'b
IMissions Hious-. N,)o. F.r:rih a -


i (Continued next week )enue. The," are .-^na by b t:. ,.u';"
Missions H';e;' f tho F: .
ORANGES AS MEDICINE church.
e iAf:er ithe coreImon;y. (')ol,'.1' ',1
People are coming -:irm:, 'l nop .l .?.. S r' :- ,i'.', i. Z!:'.-aI. -
andl more t the tri:, opini )n th.; ret-:' o. i .:..- A '


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_m__________ _______ I mine-ral drugs didn't :Jti. bI)t (.-"1 t )It m :.s l *.. A 2 iW a.. ".
retard recovery ill CASe of si s.. ib '" . ;i. . l. .
*- --, ^ ^ ^ an.1 tha! the only ii' iuelicin* T :t.- s-v'.i \,i "-.
be fIlh liIos 1at II-v tt r, !ziF .'i}- .. .\ ,. I1. " ,':
an exclamation of utter nmqvpment, he- : ol i th tha lt "- *: '' '
stumbled to his feet and stood staring pli-s so freely-air. w.tr r ai f,,nJ A: t!. .:" T.. .*. .'
Incredulously at her. l'oremost illn value' a ,i.i:,ia -1'r :.w a; i,":i., :: 'n v ..,**,
"Sonia" he exclaimed. "Sonia!" foo oi4 -, re fresh frti'r -. iil no'-, ,' t...r .K .
Then, recovering himself, he bowed t -, rank higher thi-.n ,or)!'f .,. :-: :i- :l-.-,r'. n-> r i l a *... .""
stiffly and said: a.g :. ... .' :.
"I beg your pardon, madame." '.; T-,..v c:):tai n ; i,'h a : it. ,... ... .
"No; I beg yours," she replied., a* ,, ,l,.,,,,, .p : :.- . ...
Pmray go on snoring." f' in .: ,
"You don't remember me?" he asked,. ** CO '*
surprises d ,. iin t hi, 1l','s ('ct. N ,' ." f'":' i i ,' '"Not in the very least," she an- -a:' a i: .' . : .:, ." i, ,:: v, ;- : . ..-
swered. moving away. Y..''i a,. ;i "''' :;in ,: :. : :';.. vy.
"Yet you called my name." l 1-4 1 .r "il. A'i,. 'ii 2 a'' ." r I'" ,A.,L;; .:: . '
"You were asleep then. That was ,).r t- h '1 I::.;U;i (1 :,^ ,ii i j i- .i i .." \ -
d iff e re n t." i '; w lh i<. .- n ,-.c- :i i' i r',- 1,.r : .;i- ,r . . '. ,
"And now I am awake-to the Joy of;io'. na al ':2:i" I..-. ., .*j ,, ,, ',,\ -
seeing you again." .,
"The joy is all your ow n. Is it so'ai'.e jui(', is ;: ii'- Ii r,.n;-,l I ,! , *' i N 'Y *, ,' .* .
surprising to find me In Paris? I am r'1.-1L 1.:A '. L .,* '>'-l. ;h.L l "- ,^b "- ;. : k ,'. I.-- ,
Sphere enjoying my wealth-and free-!P'"-1iv "':',AlV '. ;)rtpic;>: hi .
Sdom !" s-'1rrvy. Tt is mo-t vali'hl: for th i i r..' . .
"I congratulate you on both, especial-I ro.ii.ction of urie acii anId ,!'h-, :- ly the freedom." fad .'aste matter in the sy.-t-a, i.t al"l heWill b- ail"
"Yes, freedom Is one of your fads, Ihereo. both a l)revetii an i r- ime and mI.v r) .-s it !it,- ,, ,"
believe," remarked Sonila. "eWcially active for rh,-umnatisn andl gout. ('on- ,s .i choose-. !)bet to it- .',;,".
freedom from marriage. Do you tII. e f t i h ',
make a habit of avoiding marriage- arllI)tive and aenemic poole wil also al of those in h ir;- i ,
at the last moment" be greatly benefite,l by a diet of or- teer dloes not sign th. ':s:;a, .L4,..rn-.''
S"Bonia, you are unjust. If it bad an;es on Account 0f .e high ...,'h ..: ..0 ; 4iau avy :,,, ., a ., '
Srsted with we you should be my wife ag of bl,.od Iuildings salts th)y co.- -,-s it i .e-rNibo.i thtr M:--
,now. not another man's widow." tain. {\\'t-.ier il'-ii. ti o wI '1` ;1,l- i "'- I:
"If it rested with your' she mim- Lemons have th.' larg,,t amoun- ofi ork.
i cked. "Well, let the whole story rest agnesium lir of all the frilts. 'i.:" flth,-.r i.. a:. 1 n ,
Snow. It's forgotten." ,
"By you, perhaps-never by me." h show th acility-:;h city r h :
"Oh. no! I remember it every now per mille. Their jric- is exc llent gave h-r ai tar-,,il l:it andl then for my own amusement. But fo ihe i)rep)arai ion of o0 h Ii;;it a.'.i Wiil(ii lher i- r
;it is hard to think of myself as the vegetable salads and should altog-thi- rhte party vt,'r htr .O -, ''..' \V -
t little Marsovlan peasant maid to whom ler repl)lace vinegar, which is worse: Gilbert Livingst.,I ant \:- an:I
the dashing cavalry officer. Prince tha alcohol. by depriving the oo. IJ.lohnson and h.'r hr,,.' ,i '
Danilo, was once engaged and whom o it ilnptant organic salts. s :... ti,. .,h -1,.1
his rich old uncle at the last moment r o t .
forbade to marry because of her pov- medicinal qualiti-s are highly nap)pr- M:s, \Vh.,,--r wil! : .. :. ,,:.
erty. How differently that same rich ciated in the cure ol ;iric< aciid is- by MLiss A.. lE '"I . ... t. :
pid uncle would look on the match to- t---ses.-Des Moilne (lova, IRegis.bO- ., (itty v'.)int (t B Ii;',:, .'
day' Twenty millions is a pretty anId Leader. ,v' .- w ., ,'h;. t :,- ,. ,--. ,.
dowry." v.'as ; .- i
"At least It seems you didn't break HELP FOR THOSE WHO HAVE -.i\ :\ ,,.,- l.. ,, .--,
your heart over losing me." sneered STOMACH TROUBLE ih fui-'ai ,. { ....I ;--.
Danilo. j -
"No; my plebeian heart stood the; After doctoring for about twb l vejwha] re .-f,,. pe T-.. .i'; *: .
shock excellently. I soon found con- years for a bad sromnch trouble, anl f.,r the oo'ini':,'I. .
solation--an elderly husband who lived sp-nling ,ary r fiv- ndrd dollars ,: ; ,, ,
f'or medicine and doctors' fe(--. I nur-
just one week after the wedding and neiy ie an do f hamber-i, r*:,1 ',
left me all his wealth." |ain's Stomach and LivO r Tablets 'hin .
"Yes; I heard how your father forced hich did her s) niuch. good that 'h ,i
.you into the match. Next time you continued to usp them and they \ av. I .- :,. "',,
canu choose a husband to suit your- dic hr niore 2od ,..n1 all of :h1,
self." ; N-edicin, I b)oght before.-Samuel !l :1n ':.
"Why should I marry again? I am Boyer, Folsom. Iowa. This mlii!i, I:ii ': . '.
rich. free. I have everything`" i V' r Salt 1v al ,l .i... San'lip .,i'c...- W ,,."
including g love?" he asked, his eyes .C l _-


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"Ah, you read my secret.
"It required little cleverness. You
men are all alike."
"But no man ever before loved as I
love!" protested Cascada, his voice un-
consciously, rising in his emotion. "You
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devouring her fragile beauty.
"I don't believe in love," scoffed
Sonia. "All men are alike. Dozens. of
them are after my money and make
love to me because they can't get it
without me."
"Men are not all fortune hunters,"
he denied hotly. "I for one"-
"So they all say. Each says 'I love
you" Each means my fortune."
"They do?" cried Danllo, in rage at
the strong insinuation. "Well, here's
one that doesn't. I for one shall never
say to you, 'I love you! *"'
A strange smile stole acirss her face.
She came very close to where he stood;
so close that the faint perfume of her
hair was sweet In his nostrils: so close
that her breath was warm upon his
lips: so close that his bewildered soul
struggled in vain to hide from the glory
In her eyes. Her voice was a musical
whisper as she asked:
"You'll never say to me 'I love you?'"
There was an infinity of allurement
in the tempting words. Danilo, with a
mighty effort, shook off the spell and
shouted:
"Never! Never! Never'
"That's a comfort!" she said coldly,
drawing away and seeking to veil her
keen disappointment "But," she added
more softly, "why not say It if you
really want to?"
"I don't want to!" he declared sulki-
ly.
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..THE REMEDY THAT DOES (cnt. morte operation in Illi*,' I
I-owulti Ihe a goo ),t in\,-,,,tni" ,tn l
"Dr. King's New Discovery is thelwhen the time was ,;,J thr.. 'A i,1 ,..
remedy that does the healing others n trolj i)4ut
promise but fail to perform." says
Mrs. E. R. Pierson, of Auburn Centre. scale now in f<,-< Thr. :'.., .a,,.1
Pa." It is curing me of throat and many mnn i't! jir n,-w in .. il
lung trouble of long standing, that in4 traces ant ; It.-r t,, rnt.i ...
other treatments relieved only tmm- ir. l. ')
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VOLUME 44, Nt MBER 5. ()CALA, ; LORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1908.


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',Wekiwa Springs y-esterday afternoon, .p,,rtormed the ceremony hi(y which united window-d future has :n.- :',- nn : '.--s .f C(r Ga. i-cam praS. n.vrhi- h v
whore he will remain for a few av- in Tvh( ),v bonds of matrimony tha many blessings for her l.n. Dr. !o;;- .i ,. .,,! ch-i?',.. tor her .-i 'r- ous knight.
liEv-s o(i tf h-s most eV .ti:Aabi," y(,,iW ce -.-Aa. -. Mis. Ge-*:'Lz- Fa-rk, r. livinL it, Notwithstan.iini_ '. ha,,. th
Mis Margaret Walters. who ha- ; ,-o i. May each circling year Jn(c'ra:- S',;mt-r county. Thit j rTat. to take tvwo ure of the prrsid-nt slashing in a
spent the past two weeks at her (,'d ."TV., :, ,s w i i bu;T a ine Tf;. your pleasure and every hour ur-c her children a hoy and a girl. ndt rations with his "big sTi borne in Montezuma. Ga.. visiting rel- T l, h bea a- (,-;o.'" praise you with ail the joy- "hat ar r: raise them as her own. Bryan. the undispited an., im
a'ives and friends. has returned home. Th li.'-r.or of th- church ha.,: b'': : ('an giv "to i. you for tb- ski'-.. About four years aPo Mrs. San.ier- coriander of The d.'mcratic f(
SBert Mlon a C .a'Tii-,,;:'ly a decorated livy loIIving -arriedl a man named! James and Mr. Watson occupies the miost p
iM.sters 1Bert Malor-ey and G.:- i1
Hewitt are visiting i-n l*ackon h B el'evn o'clock the alitrr- M!SS MIXSON GIVES LOVELY RE- wanted her children returned to hr. esque and illustrious positioi
Hewitt are visiting in Jack:!on'1-
Sln i full. evervone deoiY Chich was done with a great deal of American politics ,oav. He
The guests of .Mr. and Mrs. S. -1 mv-: fl. .e:' dolv!:-r CEPTI:N FCP. MISS MATHEWS 1
P e o.. .,,- i 1 3the marriage ol Miss MMaIM-- MW reluctance by the adopted parents of carved his way to the front )
,tw,. Af, was r,.ar(-d in this cily ani ifl- 'it'le ones. they having becoemasterul intellect an the sin
^ T7e friends of James W. Daugh<-- nu1nt hetr friends by te nmer At he bea',itil home of Mr. and y much attached to their wars, of his convictions.
ty in this city will regret to learn tha o her acquaintance.-. To know he Mr-. Chailes Phillips. on South Third The children hadil not been with If properly advertised five thor
be has typhoid fever at his home in i To- love her. `',- e. was givin on Monday after- their mother long before he rote or more visitors from a instance
Jacksonville. Prof Pike. organ. and Miss Mar" noon one o: the most elegant social! Mrs. Parker and asked her to again be in Ocala on the 27th of Augi
('Connor. violin, rendered ait delightf:] functions ever enjoyed by Ocala't take the children. Mrs. Parker con-I hear this great Georgian ei
Mr. J. F. Crawford. vice president musical! program between eleven and pleasure loving ladies. This was a sented to do10 this only on condition what he conceives to be the
of the Consolidated Naval Stores Co. twelve o'clock. A few moments pre- linen shower, complimentary to Miss hat the mother was never to a-k for principles of his party.
of Jacksonville, was in our citl We.C- ious to the hour appointed for the Annie Mat hews. whose marriage to them again, which she agreed to. As an orator he ranks with

nesday, a guest of the Ocala House. marriage. Mrs. Joh~n Taylor beautiful- Dr. G. E. Yanc-y of Brazil takee plax( Some mnths ago Mrs. .am<.s again grat Demo.thenes of the anc
ly sang "All for Thee." with violin ol.- noon today, wrote her sister-in-law that she want- as one to arouse enthusiasm he
Mr. C. B. Oakley. traveling passen- lgato by Miss Connor. M ii-s M.ith.ws is one of th.e i her c.ildren. The boy, Willie with Patrick Henry. and a sone
ger agent of the Seaboard. with head-1I .lust a- the town clock pealtd for'h r(fi.s and(! best loved young ladieza Sanders, was sent home. b'h the cns- speaks his convictions freely
quarter in Tampa. is here arranging ('he no,. !.our Mrs. Taylor lb9gan to in this city a great deal of friendly in- totdy of the girl. Ellcr, wa- r.f'sed. abundantly he ranks with
for a big excursion to Tampa on Au- a-ing Lohi-ngrin's Brida! Chorus. b- j terest centers around her approach- Mrs. Parker claiming that it had Toombs.
gut 10.I ing aecoaipL.nied by Prof. Pike .n Th- ing nuptials. The hostess at mhis b0'en agreed that she should keen 'he Everybody will be in Ocala to
jorg;i.n and Miss Connor (on the vi(l:in. charnmiig affair was Miss Anna Mix- "hi lren. and also that the little irl him.
Wii.i- ; v .,. -.': .on. iie at -.c'.ve and accompli. ,:4 COW a... i.. .:.. .. n f _0 ------t-
resident(' in.or WaS downed an 1-x entr thhat (heb-I
residen (t Windsor was ,drowned p.' g.n to enter the church. Mis- B 'ttie Ildaughter of Mrs. Phillips. There ,'-- to s-ch an extent that he INDEPENDENCE PARTY CON
Amelia Beach. Frmnandina. MMo 1.(. iRay M-'ve: and Mr. Jnm-s T.'yl( not a more popular young lady in ,ih she would be halpier and more, TION
while surf th.'hing with a number 1l-d the wvar. luust as thitv rei -h(-' Ocaia than Miss Mixson and all vwh', c|'iitt,"d there than with h'-r moth---
<" excursiontists. the b !oor the-y selarated. the y<'"r- ,(Oie under the magic of her ch. ry ,r in Georgia. The first naional cnventlon
lId. ( Yr''n. ut th, right aisle, 'vrs 1s, cordial manner feel a- Mrs. James then came to H crida intd-pendence parry was opened
Mr A. F'ank. afh r a isit to hi, ., -vit n-.if ,, h\ft. ci-ossim, %- r ':, though inspired with perpetual ch ei.).,1I entered suit as above stated. o'clock Monday night in Orcl
mother. Mrs. Ni. Handelsn'an. at Nv.-roiT o 'he (-:cel and t:,g i)0s': !t;.s .ixson will be maid of i(,loo The moth-er of the girl had written hall. Chicago. The hall was fill
port News. Va.. tor the past Wt.(tns near th- c':,ncel rail. th un ,n at the Yancey-Mathews weddin-. !,her cn several occasions sT:ltijg that the delegates. The gallrles
weeks. is back at tis post of duty. "i:-1 (inn ithe -lei. ';i- g, ntleman (in TI:. erni ir, lower floor of the han,,-i there was a man in Georgia ho overcrowded with a throng whj
4L manager ot the Boston Store. ri.,ht. Then t a>-. .iss Helrn B:" v, -ui;,,. l'hiiiips lome had be-n tran-- thought a great deal of her and had terhd heartily into a spirit of th1
,' ). t,,1e l,-ft i,;.: .P'. Goodle, Y.n'.e' r-I,. ,into .- ,autiful scene I,'.T rbe ithe means to make her ha:u:y if sh. feeydings and throughout the s
Mr. and Mrs H .ahe, '
Mr. and M rs. .1 riiihi :.}-i `. :.' : took i osi ions | ,u'; (.e ,!i otatons which ieh S .,.9-,i, iw(,11, (Inlv come home andl '.- l'm applauded vigorously whatever
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Candler. who tii. up to VII,1,. .;. o ,i)sit, -idte ,,1 t.e ch.atncel. Nex t (:' iich of .n -A-tist h.-,nd. The co:-tht oillorlnllity. The girl. in l''r ies- lheir approval.
rt;iding cf ""- v -
n ( .<;.~ .. .. l...- !'e.":, .\iss FhI rtKn(-e -'vllonh and MIr. or sthen, was white. ;>inl: and i,',,. i.n ony, said t hat she was lp\rt'as'iet j The delegates "came tr'Oopiing
Dr. Yanc.-y. hay.' re:turl:oi, 10 ioI .an ..; ,.iat hws. toilo'wvl by Miss The halls and rooms wir restoonedl ha"py with her aunt and wanted to the hall. New York healing th
borne. i"ii einn and ;l. tarry Palm- wit:. smilax aud fro!: ,erv .:.axa:iaW;', remain there. and that while she wias .mn. The delegates trrorm hea e
,o .h, .r nm-. i^ LeTPtj t thn .Miss C(%ro ( .i ldn antid Mr. place lon--stenmud ol ink rose-s no:;- aT her mot^lr's home some time ago ?tate carrieil a white banner hi
"'Toa"n tor .'o,""iher month"
3,,h ."11 IMh-w` =i ew aH1 Y is En '.i A .svea tdedl a wvelcon1e to the many fair la- th nian to wvhom her mother re- th.e word]. "Iintepenln' e Partr
tw a I,(itular saying Awmn(, Ocala.'t
p ",-,l I. \1,, ,.,Yv, \"" b Alr.It. Ick. T'' iDaid- o (lies. all oT whom w-or handlson-e f srrld, a MNr. Harrell. (who was pros- teen them ben -ia an Hr,,nh al
p\1'o-le when te,.y vIan! to sp'in., t, o
:,. "",* ; 'T .i-'-iss An.;1;, M :.x:--,n. v,-;,;!-, l, nup ,.o\'P~, n v. \,ii-.,; :1"(-\- anld lh~l'e w,.,..p 1 ,., n the court room)l had shown her is,'al,, signifying ,.xact justice !
hour pie-asanly i' '-r 0t cvenin.- it-ror,
th. n:ioidi,' aisle. folow..l by i Ir'. .rv-t:il va:. i:( hldi':, :nan'flcent. at,-n!ions and since sent her sw'veral New York ch,.re, ev-yv other
t r g.1 hn M thews niatron of h nor. T.- .... .n... .,,enT s n that she dil pot in th, A Lation and the othr .tblfui

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Cax:)chael. M' :, t ,ite-rV ., ]e.ii:i ,n ,' arm I' i ':.- w ,. -*. .raceti:.:y wel-. :,.11" f lncy h-'mu o" his att i tions. She ch.eretl New' York. "Th n they
B .1 C ulv rhouiise an ,l in :(Arestin 1:'- \I.r R ,' !,l. M .th- s. A* he ;. i..i 'A,.i-, in hi ..-'pTicTn h ii iv iss '-; s id l her 'in l' and a unt w ere goo, andl ,. each (thi-r. an ,! t -.n rhrmi
'kle children and Miss Edna (.W.,'tf1- t0 1' r w 1 t-V a ll! :"'* 11 1 :\s a I ii- i he ". ac o i: ; r" ; ( h.-r r attn- ,n il lh ha ; aii .ld
hou-e have gone to H ot Sprinu s. k\ i'st ll Il. NI1" r rvet'V. Yah L i v. \. o: r \a:s .;s: i- f ;l in o.-as tn \f 2 : t .r :.', Al t- ,si '.e i :It til vav Th,. <]t; ,n rain a--'. ab ,
'A 9 -iu :i- Lhl'' o .ln'---A a ilI an 5c' ,,~x-.t~tItges, teen'! Tliin iti',-.`
where thew will s ,enl a m onth at *".r \f,:'" tht E;,".,> iii ov.lin s. ,. na nd social a-a u., (
:'o,,v. i sin Tht, ring. th.i, :4!, h!1 .1 :'- 's. (' It':. is p illiss and NM is. i :E : at sh w tr.t.', to t',,.;ain with Placards Posted
g--. a health resort. : ..t.A.f
TV l ft r h,, ch irch in lp :irs, .']ii 1: i.'. '"1TOit ,,v t, -, 'I the l guests in irl, w A-
Mr. Albert Anison Graham ntur'l ,! 'i1cm-n the midille aisle. *.. ;'c;,. In the back parlor Miss J,osic. After h* arin-, all the resti ony i>a';>:.! P!,,a: i Th, natrr0s
Wednesd. vY from Jacksonville. whor. The bridesmaids wore white linen \'illia's andi] Miiss Nellie Stevens re- .,11ge, Bi:l]'k , i i '4 ..ed that as the .irl .,Us -1.m,. .in' al-o all'i-ioiis
wh t np re w .-,ts. w etl. ..: ii,, a, l7o
he haa. spent the pas, two days. ^ r skirts, white lingerie wvaists,. x\lie (',i\e,,l andlii r .reshintg fruit Itmnhl ha! r ..acl ,d an 'dgi age 1 ht' s hl' should i-\i t:., po'. ,t: situation a-. \
Graham has been to St. Petersbtur-. sailor hats. white shoes and carri d a,\as stervetl in til, library by Mis-.m now where her affctions were. had fr'iri t 'e ',andlr!,nt of Th.o inI
Palatka and othe-r cities since he le' 'white linviin parasols. Fitch on look- Emily Asktew of Savannah. Ga.. andt t1 good home. kind treiatnlent .ald lot- ,l'(c* iarty. Stnm, ,e hes wri
eorne ed very pretty and girlish in her dain- Nmiss Flhr(ic, .eilon of Tampa. t\() 'ing relatives ro ookl after her wants. "'Kennerd1 Th,. ,I.nocratit ri"a
ty anti simple cost ,me. charming vouni ladies who are at- "",h could remain with them. ith1 Pluto kir chip the rejpr
A postal card from Mr. I. .1. Bro- The maid of honor' was lonely in a t enilants aat h., wxddlin.,in today. TTh' "'r2( pe'tition,.r was rpJ,,tsPnte,1 wy 'machine.'. the d,,llar r; pa-s enrr,
kaw begs to be remembered by his gown of light hlult, satin barr,,id silk assisting ladies wore white lingerie Mr. I. C'. B. Koonce of Suzntt.rville. t lie %rV.A (.O;II;',.r.
(cala friends. He is at Hedley. Tex- tissue. trimmeil in satin fol'is. She ,gowns. w'ni.e Messrs. H. I.. A.nlerson and H. "'N.-w .1,r-v-: in. iona-,- o
as. He may visit us this winter. He'.wore a bhle hat an carriedi a wh.it*- The white embroidered linen una- NI. Hamptpon of this city appearedl for trusts" wailn'- o :i-ash ,.n.
i, keeping in touch with our peeole prayer boo0k. .hi-,.lla. which held the many beautiful Th,-, res"-,nd u,-. *Indiana" \Vana-- a n. ,d,!al

Through the columns of The Ocala The matron of honior was gowvned in an(l useful linen articles was suSlpend- o-can deck.
Banner. white chiffon, trinmmed, in l]ce. wvhile ,., in the spacious dining room. ant! MESSRS. DUVAL AND PETTEWAY I "Oregon: No' ('hicago ,',au i
l tulle hat and A ll.a letter received in tils office ok She looked a queen. i1us ferns. Falling at regular inter- SCRAPER "Rhode Island: Alilrich own..
WdnesdaV. Hon. W. B. Lamar states The gown of the beautiful bride was vals around it were long pink ribbon senate: w^. want the people tA


GENERAL DIRECTORY

CITY OF OCALA

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mowsI j y on 41'he fi r-t and, third
-%-.nings of v~ach mouth.
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To.r r, Wcala Boardt of Tradle--T T. MUn-
roe. presidt-nt C I. Bittinier. ,,3'rv-
A fi. tary.
Ocala Riti.s- Geo A N.igh. -aptain;
all di-
l a-John M ;raham. first lieutenaat;
1 Mr -'iI C. I)unn. second lteotenant.
ierial %Veekly drills every Tuiesdlay night.
irces. Businb-s meeting first Tuesday night
(,ictur f teach month
n In COUNTY OFFICERS
ha-s
v his Clerk Clrctilt Court -Silmem T 8.Si
:'erit\ trunk, Ocala.
S Sheriff-Henry Gordon. Ocala
Tax Collector-E 1. Carney. Ocaa.
usand Tax Assessor-Alfred Ayer. Mcle-
' will tosh and Ocala.
Ust to Treasurer-T. E. Pasteur. Ocala.
Judge of Probate-Joseph H l11L
pound Ocala.
great Surveyor- Alexander Moorbead,
*cala.
the Supervisor of Repgistration-J L
nts.Beck. Berlin.
ints. Commissioner~-John I. Kldwarda.
ranks chairman. Ocala. Samuel R. Pyls,
Swho Ocala; Nathaniel A Fort. Lyna.;
andt Charles M. Turner. Anthony. Jams
Bos, M. Mathew.. Flemington.
Board meets first Tuesday in ,,very
month.
hear School Board-S-uaperlntendont ad
,secretary. W. I). (Carn.- member%. Im[ e
St,'vens. Ocala. chairman. H. IL
IVEN- Blitch. Blitchton. J 8. Grantham. Ft
IVN McCoy.
Senator-D H. Baker Orang
Home.
)f th, Replresentatlves- Ed I.. Wartmane,
Citra. George G. Mathws. Ocala.
Justice of the Peace. Ocala District
hstra --j. Walker Bialop
I'd by 0 0 *
were. STATE OFICERS
'h 'n-t Governor- Napow e Pro- Tallahastwee.
session Secretary of State--H ('lay ('raw
met fordl. Tallahaastwe
Treasurer-C('. V Knott. Tallabaw
see.
Into Attorney General-Wilmam H il-
e (ol lis. Tallahasaee.
r ,piir Superint.tndent of Public Instruc-
S tion.-WV M. Holloway. Ta.iahaa%,'.
aring o('omnmis-wioner of Agric'ultir-- 1 3.
" lie- McLin. Tallaha.see
ant ed Adjultant General -J ('lifftord IL
, all Foster. Tallahas,'se
Railroad C'onnilsioner -N,.wton A.
i Blitch. I) 1. Morgan. R ',',-in Burr.
rions jall Tallahatseo
che. r- M'nib,,r, Stiprei' Coiirt Thomas
Il, .M .Shackl,-ford. ,hi-.f Jt,,* . R ,..*-
awick Tayvlor. W A howk.r I B
aain \whittit-.l. Charls- Bi Iarkhi:, Rbert
t it tit ( .O K .-I. .il of Tallaha,-,


i UNITED STATES. OFFICERS
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of "ISenators--W. H Milton. M;irtanna;
J'.Janmie P Taliaferno Ja kp.<4,I, Ill,*
t) th i ('iCngr.-ssmi-n St.-phe-n M 141mr1-
i,w,.; man. T':iiIp Frank ('lark f;aFOa
l*p~-iidil%*' I V II I-t ,,am r. Month l ,Ih1
I ?.t-ri'-t ('o rt .)am#-.% \V l ic e.
A ijudlge, ..lacks,,n ill0. K 0 Lwck.'. Jarlck-
i'"i b ivvill*. cl.-rk lohin V Hlrr mar.
hilican shal..Jackson. .1 M 'h,-n..v. d4 -
,nt at trict attorney. ()rlaniio. le. I W'i-
i lianis. <>nmml~din,,T t ,ala 4,Ewrl
S. *C. Crom,. poftma.st.. (wala

with a KNOTT IN TROUBLE

roll*'r.
rid,.rliff , eni l,-a h,.rf htl

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THE OCALA BANNER A GREAT PUBLIC


UTTERANCE


A In accepting th- nomination f).-
FRANK HARRIL Editor. governor of Georgia by thv- hi4tp de-
P. V. Lewngood, Businew Manager. ocratic vo*e as exirs.-d in The pin-
_- ---,___, niary i,-crTion. Hon Jn-, M. Brown.
anions o: h.r hir.s.. i.-.-s ti, to, low-
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rur flag and my flag, and hnw it ni wa- h n'. <): < ,a. -
today; i ria p.a^" Ani qi .e 5v f- j i .
ft your land and my land and half :he a 'i' e'-
('11all,.v an ri 1 11 1 '1 T+ ]:, -S [,',


world away... .
Rose red< and hlo,-d red its stripes for- Ib;r.'-r can,.
ever gleam It is n.,t n<-'-"l thit -. ,- : -. :-
Snow whit. and ,oul white, the g),oo'i),!
for,-fathers' dreambu wietaiih s tr t :h .aw d ti: t I I
9ft blue- and true blue. with stars thia' !,wawn..i -..:i "d,'vn, Th+- tac.'-ry c. "-c


erable amount of notoriety and con- KEHOE DECLARED NOMINEE IN!DEATH OF MRS. BENJAMIN P.
siderable popularity from ,xrein.sis.+ THIRD DISTRICT CALHOUN
"iho--- opinions are as changeable as -
the wi.nd. but if tbh- trnh werT know. Tallahass.eeo. -:iv 27.-Th1- districtt Paaa. Jl .-N of th,
i~~ut i wore, know:: ~paa.a .r ut-,--,.- ;v o t e
. wol'! doubtlos:- appear hat r *s c.)ngressional (..1i1!ir t-e r.o- en'd ia': of M, ". P. : ".l:h;.-n. whcilc
ar .... hi. ... !.r. ... P0 ( ... 'I.
-re.-te.l that ,i-'Im.-iCon l.1any ames. ar .', io-'N thi.- afT- n ,on 'o g) if.r- olC uri-.i a i Siltit. N. (C.. r l.ii ..
".;i-'\~ + we-k.li- i th- eon?.i!}1 --x '' -r i t, l' o.t'2,- he"-'w n ).J;v- o,-:.n1 *'. . .. .


.. o ;. -'at ,i,V of p-o; .;. in r'.f arh Keh' fcr 'A -h ra i C f 1i-
-'., .'---ns- and ( iscr'.Tior j'J-r-s. !l;:io '" U.. )io ',-i"' . -'
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.,* I- 1-. c 'o Ai 1- i.- jil-'. As ,lI('lh '-1,s :n. :-x fr t r: Ti, f. ion;:i:'-
+:". "tr ^' : a. .'':r t'r atn.n -'nt an., mrtoec- s:. tl \va1 ,'.-<.,' t;l f ',) :* ,-. pe tr4 >
"!,', "is any ,irh,-:" : kind or proi,,!,.-rty. X ho iiai t f,)lol, -'w,l rthe ,',r('oC-iin'
:;n.i x !.,n a ,ieio ion c oaf h a-,; a" tha that kK-lo.-' o,::i' '-K,,.,"iv h .nonin;:
7.*...*..*-.- A ii p)s'7ion Ol ht- 'r ,f i.in. at-d then. \niCa',- nor iiI'.-T!.l.
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o; :i'<-. aiJ i ij'.- a'ti,-., t "e:,-: i:- wi i IM ays .)ft.-'re.i -tev'i'rl :tfiI.'l .'tv.-. h .;' -
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gleam aright; a...
Th,- guT^leidoanh of the day. a shel- taile'! ir o:1 mh, j~ l>.i n tz -,.- ):'oara ion- 0! r, C co)'mtrv. hundireds re s a ili 8 w,-rI' casr fIr K'.2.),. rt .- ....., ;-,Oro w:"m-*:' ; : .-'n 'o h r
The glorit-d guidon of tedy
ter through the night. wih-drewv -. saesn,,'I. the '-:,-:. .;: tlh.,sar. is or pi'-):'lte havie their for- ,-o: t-U-rant ... -. ,-'.t-,. -, r:.i--n l: -: a ka.
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Tour flag and my flag. and oh.hw III0 Ihiv, rI- ile in Esa -s of phn *1'I R- ; K -. ;.i hr passi i a i s
much It holds' ,dueo.i. th, d-velo; -r. rfra::n- i :''r n:m and wildvow are, inves--.i in rheir aaain,- : ,ai:i, .' ht r a- ;!ioh wh1 ,ov--I an. ;..-- c'- : h.r
Your land and my land secure withi-i building the trolley lin") or th- rail- ;iaars. The holders of the share.:- avi. -. -i, v
Io hert and my heart beat quick roat- t la.)oring man e:-- man: ar., not the ar uia lvioiators 0of the The. comur. ,.E' t .I.n. Si,..ig hr a hon- a
Your heart and my hart beat quicker rad
at the sight; we,:ek- wa.- out of a job. i w against rha-inj ,iii ria;.:- y v ti i, \ -ahr-'r, E. N. Willian. J:in P.
flu s-itswo-d and w in4 -tossetd the re, j l).a clr , n , v :,t..: ) a t +c i i a t h -r N \ i: a . t. n P
Sukisndblue andh whintsel, the re11 What wan the cause of rh:i- araiv- na.a;ions. The guilty piartief: a r thiesesion. r,-;::ainag ,o a?,.T ain Onr: ang Ka- Purnam Calhoun. Also a
and blue and white;
The one flag, the great flag, the flag fr :-.is of business? Agi'arion AgitaVi')n omffiials who are) op'raring th, cr- Thig findtinas v-Ar t- orh-,l ly reOlso'.1- ;rar and twu sisrers. Hni- Peer-
m,,efanderotufg AsfA r
_me and you; V h ich denounced th- corpoation porations. They are the ones whot)!rion. ani sr forth suib--,anriaiy that litnn. Mrs. a .1. Rogero and Mrs. W.
Glorified all else beside., the red ant i hic h ri+t oron Te are
white and blue. but ignore! the fact that th- corpor- should l plutnished, not rh. innoenf l thr- comnirte nfllliei- 'he vo, on R. DeWitr. all of whom are res:aing
"-*- action was but the union of individual -dockh,)olrs. .Judge Landis ee:ned th precincts conrsltr.,-i in Ilon ('oin- her. ,xCO)t \il ham 4' lhouin and
FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1908 citizens. Thin agitation snemi to to hav, hae d an idea that the inno- ry and apporrion-,i the iial vo.eS Mrs De\Wi: -Palak.i Cr Tiu.es-
Jtake no account of the fact that the ic'ent stockholidr,r or tre Standard Oil in Madison rounrtv. taking nine from unionn
Bishop Potte has crossed over the interest of capital and labor are in- Co-ipany were the ones who violated jMay-- and four from Khoc. rth;su
separably interwoven. that the blue irh- ante-rebate law. anlt hel- proceod- throwing te nomninarion *o Kehoe.
*lyt rtofi iver , .. i ... .. ,~i, ., i Mr. Broward C)Iildn'r go to vVash-
*ygerous river. thread of the one cannot be with- -ed to inltict a most severe punish- W\hen rh-- decision was -nnounc ,d.
"~ ~ *~ ^ ~ ,., . ** ,, T i.. .iingt,)n, bur he wen; to) Denver.
Sic 1t riosdrawn from the cloth without hope-i mont on them. Apparently the only Mr. Mays. who was seatt.d in the au- O,
Sinep May 1, tne railroads of the OP H ..... . *, ,'._ .,.,., where he 'lid valiant service for the
nt y hav I O eer idleo cars. lessly weakening the trexture of the thought in his mind was that Mr. dience. arose ant with ',.it-rable h o l i a v-r t
P. n MY' have 100.000 fewer idle cars. I ,, r u I ')i, !h^ - i i, ^''' f ra e o rc E A i
^__.__.____ e____ iea red thread of the other. Rockefeilr an-i a half ltoz-n ohrfl hat said hat h, ,ia tat )areiontly .
The r.,allv pathetic feature of th men who are supposed to b irect trough the contest al h i
John Temple braves is not in poli- w a o b .iroct thr .t im contest ,u ;t who thant om would trve
hn Temple Graves is not in pol-catastrophe lay in the fact that while ing the affairs of the Standlard Oil with the "'eoling that he woulw d ,b a oI, ho at, Te u l ar-P
Umforbbhealth. th. blow was blindly adimy-.a i a* the Conl.)a:n.- owTie.1 all the shares of th,-ico'unted out of rli nnominatiion, which a.a i .r T u d o ,,r it.o
mKer! Kern'" sCMCs to be popuilTari dome of corporation it struck in the company. As a matter of fact, there hai been ivaltn hinm tb- r h .orfrs i:- h l f 'oii .rar
'Kernel Kern seems to be popular- *. ,*'ae h min1 i mdn>Iyrn-
with the Hoosiers. cottages of the minority stokho!i-rs ar thousands of s-tockholters, many th district. ;iu-s to mall uo natin I-al Brar-
wi" e "r t t<) fti!o tIon hitn'T -- ('alai Bair-,
an(! employe:-, of the corpora-'i,:. ot whom know liTr*-- or nothing "i',:iir He tool o 'asio'i. ) .,,rvt neHti'O Oni*
''' ,". -, n,+r Y'-.s. do.) The p04)ple ,): AI~acr. :t
Georgptown. Ky.. voted "wet" by a while it was in',n,iel to les ,,en th- th law'. against r Cm. .7, ),... .. .v:'i aip 1) a
ri*i, s' . 'o i'try -p),rialI^. 'd"^, inxi,)':s r:
,ajority of one several days ago. profits of one species of c:)rnora'io,-s lit assuminL that the ,Conpauiv 7) h. ;iopie r r.-. ,i .
it crippled,! the stocikholer- andI ei:h- ratlh r than tli7 official:- ouz- t to. r ) (-;ision of the o 'Ti. finlinBr. r i '
Boston claims to bold the heat re- er seriously re-,duced: or o wep* a a.. l,>iPlisi *'. r(. violainz th- law th- A n o)'. totally t:n \-.xkt,,, .. b. -.'' ,v r. ,'" i-
cord. LIet her hold it. We don't want th1c waze- of t!'e emi oy-s of al! ,'-r- f e f ,r e li, first off -ls*. sho1li h..v K..-.i ,, , ,t: u'i ar ;i:.. nih 1 a, l)e -'" --(.rai:'.es i;: ".-. "
to compete for it down this way. lpo-ations anr,!d c:irailei th. of''- itn reas. I' .hu.i.i hr.'.-'- t.' r. .- ,-.,
-7 (of liLe il eX e7\, h ."'.sehi,! : ii'. th s.-:;t',. l't-hil ('I-n c fi-zcatitry. Th., Cco lrt ('fit ap- ,'0 I' ThI-, I. 0 ::.l r i; i-' -e;.iW!) d i* 's!:... o: m H :.1. 'a
wouldn't you like do be a republi- do not char-ze th hi- rt--'ilt wa- :",'i:- :i 'ke-- that very v cle>. T::,, 't'" : It er. i ;;i; *; r 'v, t I '..tS:-'t- h '. iF' 'f :r., ,w*i "j : 1. i-
ca in the south? Always a postmas- .t ,.1 .,.,: : .;- aiit- Y t. h n iip> S Il -nt. 'ltiii tn i T::'' t < i ;r- ('"l 'ii-i- t r *r I 1i.
lte or something better, 'irranc o r hos.re o) as-',:n;,- i'C ,zrea as rh- c;caI)iral s,'o)k of t. i. mi"n' a. ;i n : i' ,, :nir-. ,- ,- f :<- > L.. a. ,.i. 1:,-se. r- ,,.- ..-. ,
-, ,,-se ouncrt-ache -s cali w o k a: Ii:-"'vs 1-fen.iatit e n Ica i u i -' 0 a a. s i- i o'* c h i ':' sr i s '
ITc e 's C I Oii a*nff ,t .at ,,6 iotIniwi (.i!tl).n^^- I' i r!'tlP r; ...lli '^.....; ; .: .. ire s a '." a
S ,i e is u ori,t wreck a- can the han.! of intt-e!:-n" .'an iarf (i l (', ),anv or N,'- .Jers..v ',x- ':r. "nj.inin': ri'.. -..: 'ieL lo I ti A. :aua .o.frrna sa s: c .ws t:-r.
bd a notable delegation at the Den- i ,
"enm i'- I do,) nor say that it-' : ,ani:'- .s ai-.ne ;' -- a cinl)pany ;lat has a ''anva:'S th, r':t.!i\\ .,.- ". .: w ,"-- "a: .i; '; '
Ver coovent ion. * '.i ..i
e was the sole wo of w rk of thi l --in:iilp:- 'ia- ca;ti'alizatio,. of $l:ii,.oiiti.iid 1,-- )it ti'm s ,WI -n rii i ., T rit.)i'jv .xp.(ij ul ..,,; ar t.. .1 ,n li S, an ; :t w ai' mee'r
Editor Frank Mayes is back from tion in ,-or-ia: t)it as w-,1 mi':" w. atrrer companyy wa-sn't T ven cin:dr in )nl!tt or hw ea' :s- wh s;,.! '.itO :llpari ,t" prorts- Iii erainl
Deaver, ad :- "telling us all about t'eiiy "'at th- Missouri rivr is a ma- ,i- et. <'anvas was not ma.le i;:: t, r>. !;r tI i s a L'artlcal s,):,toiin
.'" ze.rial part o h ,le lower Mi-si--ip:,i Re-sp ,'t to' our insliitU!On 1s an, 1 This takes the c'iri:.-' into rt of ti, vexetdi qt:.stio an, i' provides
..... as *o ,tlenl tha: the 'h"at an:d! thl -, -v ii for t!he safry of the repuhl- i c, t'.:, andi rentv, .. o)isti trfm! ta di',iit,, rime, for th. ex'in-r .in o:
The Georgia peach crop this year at:neml>.-I -egislation in (, e-,; ..-, rtequires rhat oa!y !,vel-hea~ied men t he lproviince of the- (,)t1111 '.-- 'hii whole infra,)Ii- ssem. .nor manyla ;
retbhed the phenomenal figures of place a tax of one I)-'r cen-t. -'.,on the :-hal: occioy :,ositions on til inch. Times-'nion. .'ar1 ahead of us"'
60 cars. gross incomes of tho own,-es. of all MeIn who atr- inclined to pyrotechnic-; -
Fera-in s jve t corporations, regardless of whether andi who ar- eager for the applaus-. We atre' with thr-,e Tanim'a preach- a r t o)I
....nanrdin'h- isisaejroicingef overh the,!I!L
Pethandint is roajoicng over rthe there was any net income. el-even of the muotirut should, n.'vir 1t>. in- Cr when he say- thehr is n,) earthly t Floria to know thar a,, 1iu-
bet that she is to have another rail- months go. Irove capital our of our r trusie,i with juliical auth.)riryv. While, r:eason for the Tanmpa newspapers to ) .g ,
_s tl --ao tavor- intheolag flarh ar tof
rad. state or into the safety deposit vaults, in some iposirions they may be usefl revel in so much immoral ilth as hy ateit, hi approval Th i
caused the enormous shrinkage in c:.tizens on The bench they are a con- seenoi st) fondl of doin-. In reporting- Taprol Th I
he Independence party in Florida values, lessened the volume of )busi-'san! source, of danger.-Savannah the awfil scandals ani murdtor cases sigh of relief went u e,. an a
eouists of Bob Harper and the ghost t -
ness. handicapped the farmers ani News. thatt rs a. ,nays oilhcourt oc lk-a e
SWilk. Call.-Tampa Herald. threw thousands of men out of e- ts down there what's the use ofwas mae ha Mr. L'Engle hai line
-_11111111111110 ployment. EDITOR WATTERSON KNOWS printing all the revoltng ,ileTails. The h
Many a man tries to get out of pay- pomn.u eaosat ersnai-s
Sas be goes beuse be doesn't exo Herein then lay th- cause which HOW IT IS local newspaper s I never be made elect ook the over nti p-
indelibly impresse, upon capital and: into a police gazette. Wp try to nouned them satis'actor.. There
^ to -l^ -~n^. ^ y ^ 6^I Colonel Henry Watterson has the Oc^ a- ^ ^^ at
-o bsck.-Exehngelabor the fact that eagh. properly' Colonel make the columns of the Ocala Ban- was some fear that the job of elect-
ichard Croker says that King FEd- restrained and properly projected reputation of being the greatest living ner so clean that it cannot only go i th leslature might have to b
w |s Is the world's most popular was absolutely indispensable to the editor and the Louisville Courier- into the homes of its patrons with done over again-Lakeland Sun.
--I What Is President Roosevelt other, and which forced them to unite Journal is everywhlere regarded as perfect safety but can have access to ,
t y to tlhis statement. in the judgment that the official poli- being the most carefully edited news- a young girl's seminary without once
cy the state had recently adopted paper in the country. causing a blush to mantle the cheek When John Temple Graves propos-
normaun E. Mack was chosen chair- must be reversed, that prosperity ofe Speaking about the well-edited [of its most modest ant fastidious in- ed at a democratic banquet that Bry-
- of tb democratic national corn- all kinds must have equal rights, that newspaper, here is what Editor Wat- mates. Let the police gazettes be an should be delegated by the demo-
m1ttte at a meeting of that body held conciliation and co-operarion must person says: the filth gatherers. critic hosts to place Roosevelt in
b Cicahlgo Saturday. take the place of mistrust and dentun- Soni people estimate the ability nomination for president at the na-
--- ----- ciation, that the hand-clasp must b1 of a n-,wsp~aper and the talent of its The Wauchula Telegram says that tional democratic convention, we
The Mayes-Kehoe contest has been offered instead of the big stick, editor by the quantity of original mat- hardly a week his passed since the thought then and there that there:
I Itpoaed. The committee could not In this spirit we have no f m.t. re- ter. It is comparatively an easy task, first of last October when Florida or- was something wrong w't' John. and i
ICree. and a third primary may be eating those words from our state's for a frothy writer to pour out a daily anges and grapefruit were not being we think so yet. l
remlt, constitution which but a few ,ays column of words-words upon any shipped from Wauchula or t,> be !
Ju-e Taft says the time has come ago were so impressively spoken b 'and all subjects. His ideas may flow found in the local markeT. That be- The local authorities in Washing-
one of Georgia's most gifted orators. in a weak. washy, everlasting flood. gins to look like all-year-round or- ton City are making a crusade on the
t the breaking of the "solid south' viz: "Protectin of person an,! prop-'and the command of his language anges. Last week the local marker unsanitary restaurants, hotels andt
Br8 that this is the time of .ert is the paramount duty of gov- may enable him to string them to- was well supplied with as fine fruit boarding houses right under the sh.aid-
ll.ttle for the eouth to remain uet, an shall be imnartial an, j get er like bunches of onions, and as was ever offered in December and ow of the dome of the can ito,! ,,..


a comnple'. 1yet his paper may be a meager and January. The fruit is fully developed pse such a crusade should become
Pltrida did not elht any "proxies" That proecion Georgia guarantees poor concern. Indeed, the mere writ- and sweet, but yet green in color. An. gneral all over the country wouldn't
Sthl nver convention, but they equally to her own citizens and to the ing part of editing a paper is but a it is an established fact that no b-t- there be something doing? !
Sth In bunches all the sae. citizens of other states and other g)v- I small portion of the work. The care. t-r fruit is found on the continent
wer delegation ought to be tagged ernments who locate their invest-' the time employed in selecting, is far
B e iono toe moreeperotmeant wihi oheiers heetguatr-nit the tact of a Alachua county is building a rock IFrank L. Huffaker. a Tampa news-
Srmembered in the hereafter. ments within her borders She ar good editor is better shown b his se- road which will run by way of Dan- paper man. has accepted a position
an ft &e it de qiw,,a ll v tcw us i nes r, s f a r ailm- l e ions t a a n t in el s e ; a n i t h at in
------------ antees it equally to owners of farms, than anything else, anti that, ville Rockv Point. Wacahoota andion the Washington Post. Ocala wtil
Uttle dmn of wter factories, auarries. mines. banks; rail-1 I-n ee mat, -. II . - -- - -


? 1, <> +g ,,, .' ., [
rat I w.,;.., ..4
S~~ ui-t'. H*a-,2 I-
.^^^^?^ '^"** thni if v. i : *.
/" I ,i.) ,,t rt.n,< "'..-
"I4P;:j. will 4,t aiv i :
S\ At tth .is t rLr-.. .
leg wa.s pee-id frnm the knr n:.- v ..
was like & piece of raw tl.-h. ani I d. .,
to walk on crutches. I bI,,-i.h a, i-,4
of Cuticura Soap, a f-,x *I.f (r.,'.-1L
Ointment, and a bottl- ,f "'** .-i
Pills. After the first two traT'r-,.w-4
the swelling wpnt down, art ., -v,
months my leg wa. curi ani t.- r-w
skin came on. The d.,'t,,r coUit1 nr.'
believe his own eyes when he saw ,rhat
Cuticura had cur'4d me and sada that
he would use it for his own patien'.4.
I used two cakes of (ticura S.,ap.
three boxes of Ointment, and fiv- ,,-
tie? of Resolvent, and I have now b*-n
cured over seven year'a. and but for
the Cuticura Remedies I might av"
!ost my life. I have lot.s of icrand-
children, and they are fr.Pquint i,*-rv
of ('uticura. and I alwav.- ric.,mm-rid
it to there many people whom my r,..,-
ness brings to my h)ous- every lav.
Mrs. Jean-Baptiste Renaud. clairv,,y-
ant. 2177, Mentana St., Montreal. (qu.
Feb. 20, 1907."


SLEEP FOR BABIES
Rest ior Mothers.
Inztlant rlief and r'tr',hini ,r. fr
skin-tortured liabis-, an-1 r,-t fi.r r:rid,
fr'-rted mo)ther... in warm bathq w:.rbh
(";t'culea Soap and gentle ann:r ,-n
w ,-'i 'uticura Ointment. "h- greac t.z
,u and pur,.st of em,'lhents.
'-." "*ir ; q25<' I. ',:-:-.: nir.t'B,-lt ,'-",.),
t"-. i ,, t P'.-,5 ." >- %. e' b'"-- '11
+ i: ..., ', ,** ,,:*at l p+',5d '2.h" "* ,'t.il r'l i) --, i.t
I. i % t2j r. wrd PT >i-1oinz t nn't u ,
T, Pii, ,. ," 0 t rS. B. )3 .i


USING HIS BIG STICK

FPr:-'id~.n: Rvo=.o\-' : i~ ,.~-- .
a't',)rnf-v ze :ni." ., :\ :: "-
(Jte ste-ps for tae r,-rI',a o): "- '.n::
.',i Oil cas.' Th- :,p s:;. : "
sra, ninr. says t'lal "h.-;e "' n:o ; :n
of tlhe guilt of the n- -n ,.in i.1
hat an eoscaipe nroih h t"ch:'a '.
woIYI, Ije a g;-'"-s-- ni'carriaz-- ,. j':.
Sice,.
.J'.,d Gros i;up sa:y ,; tlat 7h [)"-,
,lent is no 'ror- than alny l' -r ':"
gant and will rece;\-, n )-, ,j- "i
less attention of th.e ,our"'.

The widow t' John B St.--oa t,
to marry a count. Isn't i" won.ierftl
how many of these fellows fini tin-t
way to the pocketbooks of our Arn r
ican women.

Brevard has a county soat r'm2)';-i
fight on. anti the ,ar is going ro fly) .
Cdocoa and Eau Galli, are the new
candidates, along with Ti'usville. fo'
the honor of being the county capital.
--[ak-1 Cit- Indiex.

Governor Campbe!l was renom,.na
ed by the democrats of Texas at their
primary election. The latest renurna.
show a small majority in favor of ub-
mittin a prohibition amendment to
the state constitution.

A member of thi Georgia legi.li
rure makes the point that if Govern-
or Hoke Smith could legally su.spni
from office Railroad Commission--
Joe M. Brown, then it necessarily f tl


lows that Governor Joe M Brow n
can suspend the entire railroad corn
mission.

The Sanford Chronic'i mcin-'i-r,'-
remarks that it takes an-hing thar
it can eat in payment for siibs,'r:p-
tions. Two or rhree Shanghai roost-


===One


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SUFFERED WITH



ECZEMA 25 YEARS


Limb Peeled and Foot Was LUe
Raw Flesh-Had to Use Crutcnes,
and Doctos Thojgit Amputat on
Necessary Mbntr'ea' Wo-ian
Writes of Cure Se'ei Years Ago.
a

BELIEVES LIFE SAVED
BY CUTICURA REMEDIES
*
"I ha-- b.on treat,,i ,'" ,',,'" -, f -
twentyv-fiyv- yar-i f',r a -- f
eczemaon my leg. Th -. ,ii "'h,-r <-"
b'it fai1-i to -
M v 1, rr :-..







.............................................7 -
7- "-.. -+ .-

IImURJTo-. the P report in his pocket, slept at .-T -A. volt that the Georgia bosses ha
""__~ 4 the Switch, and the majority report of OCALA TRIC RAN Macon News sizes u the str
"--- o -' .. .I. the credentials committee was car- wielders as follows:
m ^-rv'""^^" U p r wl' l Hig an ev ^ ^ :. ,,^^ _^ _ _
r-atwt -rcu i s1 Pr t as an ever- eied with a rush about midnight be- degraded and degrade
-e N t. .- hman is fore Mr. Alexander discovered what .... . positiOnS to our mind, that of
SNa i s ueoi the body ir s ia the tion was aboutT He he Yield Will Be Light in Some Orchards and Fairly whipping os in the Georgia p
fou d N tisu of the bod i lii- he convention was about. He was:rn ~ yt m s esl h o
iw to lnfction and its ravages are un'lr the impression th- -voting i-a, w;,, Hvy in O e Go esf Va.r"
1t, .. toseen on every hand. Ion the majority reporton t"he Pe as i thers Growers of Vegetables- 'n o. i easily the o
"T>Mrm'ol . ...slt-e .. torton trl' nfljrlrt.V report on the Pennsyr- 7 ___^ It is< diffecult to rnagirne a more
iwiorcios. lo.( i, t entof prisons. ls 'vania election (ontest. ant' that there : ving oSh a more defiicable i
.. ,,.We. ,for 5o Per cent, of all hu-;woulil be lenty( of tinme in Tb1_ morn- ,Oca. Fa 24.-O th and cantaloup..........t.. i--Z, Ofl.
man ailments. and the cause of deathting to ng in the minority rort Ocala. Fla.. Jul 24-Ocaa. th n cantalou t an a reflection o the
()f qle ouft of sery seven who die "t Il- cne" cenra! city o Florida. has acon.mo- but leaves this par' of, the lusiness "s "' "
of.... "ee ""n d- ithe [llinois eonte~t. As a resuit of .."~ ...,. .... ... ......._, .. cefn: sensibilities of an educatedt a
Thru-ai-sit In thnal Institutiont , ,inioe or traveling man above to croppers and, renters. ]>1
ur unlin at auree of Mr. Alxan- a hence h. writer hs put In many ivliz citizenship. There Is o
h.- and life fa- 'f at the critical moment the Sulli-I p. ...he.cebthnowrithr lailtput inchany
orai to is development 1. resion-v, r t weks hrewre while visiting the grow- Moss Bluff. Fla.. Is one o f the finst anity I sh a p
del, ,-,a gqation retainedl it- ea nd;. .+. 'than in any that we can recall lln
ibtile fqr the death of ,,. to ; ,-,. .. tsea. an "crof adjoining towns and territory, fruit and vegetable sections in Flor-I anyte o gr m
,---;.,,'- ,, testants w ere left outside the IN ..t A lrc l se f o crlt
.nt in all i.risons in the worlfl andte thcon .t!ant .w left o t andl since,, th.r is a limit to all pleas- ida. Although not vyet tlhorouhlv de- ""
V++lT~o al wih n th ne,,of ot- , .... .... "_. ..,. and to succes~fully fill it a man ril
nID i" ll, lr int. w .tn hall with no chancir of et- wh-re, siness is a necessity, velopedl, located on the famous Oka- Call s h "rl nl t ua
Tn .e o n n. ..ting ill n un1les. th+ co;ildl force their wil . last artile for this waha+ river, some of its lands are the bc us s anl unnatural
T h e,. in n il es o l f g in -S tituti,;o n . " S w ill I)e m i las t a rtr ice for t h is ah ta". 1- re o isit u a xt--
Tl. al.lums. eforf iators arend iPas!t th..guards. .. seasn from Marion county's beauti- richest in fruit and vegetable l)roduc-
Asaforourefartaweohderather b
ai p s at re rspefiual]o susceptible a h .. r Who ha.w his ao a. t. ill and progresssive capital. An early tion of any in the state. R. L. Mlarin, hanman.
S frton by this of all the nost deadgley hnin ad realize thaI his hote sf morning drive with a circuit in view real estate dealer, Ocala. Fla.. owns To ang a manls but he work o
Inlftdi. therefore n lhec insti getting the nhnorit report lbefor kes us first to Lowell, Fla., where 1), acres of muck and prairie land second and umanity has to 01
ol ies mporae. in these it"l ituor e 't conv*tlion. w ere fast isappar- on fin-ie farms, groves and growers here, which he offers in plats to sink itself for an i "stant The ai
tio ..-lie important fields for effort ing. was in the convopnt ion hall on a,.aI
that should command the attention of "rrow, T. He .... up i are located, among them S. F. Rou, purchasers for sale at a bargain:
t hat who cr o a lnd.r.s1i the at.nto of ,or .' tic.et H" Jum" u" and who is manager of the Wetumpka muck from one to eight feet deep. un-'
allawhoa..nesn the aculnss taking f th, r
Thl i being written a a mai nt thought wa,. i the direction Fruit Company. This company has dlerlaid with clay: drainage canal and he springs the trigger. -
Thai h_ twi" g wri-ten as an I- oIfMr. Alexander. WT tne southern- - T
fe, t warning. not only to prison ofi-..' ...,.. -- .. -v hd a ",-ar orand.e a grapefruit grove, right of way one-halft mil to th river opng o a rope. the touching ol
V ., I-lativ gatherngs an,! or-b ... .. .. ."on, of the best in the state. from with ten feet fall. This land ia but i taw a olt
"ik ealt~. ahrns ai.!o be .fe-' ej !, He continued tc .. place somewhat remote froml t
-a.eisltive ga.othitengs bnt ,o *, lip c-. continue. which last season 7000 boxes ot prime 4 miles distant from railroad station
uz the pople to an un bulersttanoi -,d cr ._lenials "p i ws quality f ruit was shipped. The crop -Lak Weir or Oklawaha-Atlanc scaff ves the puose of t
a-mue the people to an Understand-;adoptd. andl Mr. Burk". with a sigh... hang of he spie. or hea t
_ng of the situation, and t.he great .pre t m n rthio season will at least be equal to Coast Llne. and is no Iloubt one of the nma s not hear t
.ng ofthestuatio...,.and ,he great ipreparo, to nmahe plans to ,, to Col-._"" ". ...,...,t. ... .. ., ., _'_. _snpigotkspe or-e t
hafveat of death ging on from ,al I i jutsasN1r..thie last one. Mr. Roi also grows let- most desirable fruit and vegetable adl conttsin ofh se
hf Pr'ecathlion ofti e tue and efi'r rice .-o ." a. l)e a a 'canesd and tomati.ioiaroes for market. sections in old Mlarion county.
of appreiati ....f.. t.' nature- au ef-!,tr'van should he nominated,!.... . . ... -_. .. ed criminal's figure.
feet of tuberculosis Itdestroys more' TheBrk, ... ,ip A] W. W Snelling has a fine little or- A. W. Fort has an orange grove
---. .. .. ..ngle year ins. cn g nv helareangaowbuaaers in thaews ns, here that is second to none in F But the whipping boss: He stan
alone, hn a i -larin together i In t he afte prnoontl a ssrs y B rk n es, lettuce, melons and cants dur. ida and a prize winner in the shape o -
or ctnvil war ther In In he afternoon. Messrs. Burke and ing season an has some of the fin- of a lime tree which contains at the he lash on the naked, quivering fl
T o roll of deaths from e o a arn y ", the on" est fields of corn as an after crop. present time no fewer than of a fellow man. Plies It hard enou
Telong roll of deaths from epi- ones awake. Thieothers took cat t aeaetefehadsn
er. ralroads. atea hps and oth l sThe Z. C. Chanbliss & Co., planta- fully developed limes, with thousands to lacerate the flesh and sed t
c rallttro t.amshpand .. oh. .p on c five or oms tion. C. B. Howell. manager, of wh4ch of small fruit and flowers besides o course do bru
er facil ities are insignificant as COMr- comprising the suit." Mr. Alexander wrote about frmm Ocala last week, The writer has here a twig from that back and des fom the gaping ga,
parted with those from consumption. presumably tilll was sleeping, some-- is located here. This is no doubt one tree 8 inches long with 15 full grow
S" -. r u aty si was slee ing some- -- ... .. ..... tre ineh "-" es the whipcord cuts. and just thi
Management;where with the Florida delegation, of the best in the state, especially as limes in a grape-like cluster, and this of the mercilessness, the inhumane
suMPtion to the public suggests "Sullivan is a lucky dog," repeated "bination of live stock an vege- is only one such of hundreds. r. the bestiality of the sentiment t
an icurable condition, and to an ex- Mulligan. "Did you know.that."e.had cacomnatidnrovltheltockaanahderege-and.doesucofA .
t-.his.true.. unle an ea OU nlow ynoye t l atwe n tadlP products. This farm shipped Fort is the leading grower here of can drv the las deep and
tet th0rueu nle and arl ex a in rort a to pre-from (5 acres S156 crates of No. 1 fruits and vegetables and makes can- throu the cuts and gashes on t
aolte is made and nationals mtn i Illinois contest? I w cantaloupes this season. The Wilson taloupes and tomatoes the season g
iod applied By this is meant in J. E. Alexander's )ockpt andi was Prouce Co.. Pittsburg. P.. c s black, without resentment ang
to banish the habit of drugging symp- to have been presented right after the ther. bulk. Of.b -eu. as. coola calancultol
t&-m and to put in ogrue that whilc Pennsvlvania contest was disposed, -lt, i.l.. a .- .....
t an pu n oue t whichcrops with entire satisfaction to Z. Electra Fla-Elecra adjoins Moss business roosition for a vr n
a ual experience has demonstrated ,of. But it was quite late andl the 1el-I. ..ha.m f e a grov e sin-
C .Chanibliss & Co. Bluff. ant has some fine orange ose
ab curative in many cases, namely: legates wen,, tiredl an sleepy. and Mr g .We sincerely hope no such crueI
Sunlight. air. and exercise in theiAlexaner may hae ,iropp, off. Knoblock Bros. have a fine place and! vegetable lands, alolin the hForatcamps.T
open The latter, it cannot be gain- "There was a general ,ii)posi:ion bLre and2 grow beans. tomatoes, cants Among the growers her are J. H. prison ipe. tors in his state
n o in eason. Hallford. eoyhasankorange ro
said i. be st (.n.luictedl by occul)ation 'th.rough.iTr th. delegations rto hear In-. : 'o F airfe"i who has an orang goe ve r much at fault if the know
o acrcultural anid gardening work. -the Illinois minority report.- contin- In ,o Lo il o Farfie that well ael with fri without .uch ciuc n the a ani fil
lone II e .. Iir-ectIv through the large the use of fertilizer.
Sinc' our open air address before ued! M.lli.:in. "And the chances ar, I. m a . te us of fevtelzlr. .,, n .. t .
. ,1.t~~~~Illatation ,lhof L.. Lig~ht.mail to \ n ,arso r '
the, ,.rc.nas and physicians a-socia- that a .n,.j)rity of the eleares .would naon t o L S Lht mal to G Brant has 1" ars of oran Id O n sere o c n
ti ,n Alb-ian% it is ratifying. ... to note have- voe iii. fax-.or oft the o stan R.". klck. Fla., Thi. ls one o the 1e -st grove with. the usual shou t crop this
S i gratifing tonotehAve d i f r te t t- an ,in Marion county. season. but looking fine as to new
ttat no mnly in the United States but as they .1,.[ in the Guffev contest. bu It .. wo. nd .i. t r
in other countries, it is being urged Jth.vy were under the impression tt an.! i ce. 's tomatoes and can- owt.. r Brant also grows vege-, working ad ...... a of. prs.
ann1 inioeor twoinstance
ano put i fore, in penal institutions they we-re voting on the aoption e of a -" ths. lai n grops tables and produce during the season. "t uch wM. and stps w.
..e.. r. l... 0. t, lurin season. M r. liAht has just D F Stebelton has a 6-acre orange s
h e r~v e r lo c a te d, i .^ i n a jo ritv .-p o rt) O I th Pi e n n y l -I ". ". "v n" "a ci Id.i u d i t L- r ,, e r + . --
.. t the ..a.r. Ibeen :lecte Att aturmrirn to theu rirson hospital ivania contesT, and that The Illinoisj..... Ti e it ceased But oh the whipping boh
I. ,n + ,t l.l l l [ r a l a n o i ; *a i s .. -h ...p l e i s a.r e . .. .. ... .sr a ) .f r u i t e r e ) i s s h o r t T h i s i -s r e a l < 1' 1D l"* t i p no o
In (O-ala. I tat- It as a fact that the nllnorltx reolrt would !be taken u1p In .... ... tsipni cro l un i he nis re' ,tesminhl terson'
..... .. .. .. .. . an o ,1 P-acker readier t e --a .k r m an l one of the inter sting place ,s on .. .. ..... despicablele person.
of air n**lhois.. as practiced there, the morning. Instead of that nad the"Pa... man .onoe st places on Jacksonville Metronolis
.., ... ... .. ,. .. .. o n e ra n ila te s hli r a n d h o p l e s l o W illl o n e o f th fi n e F lo rid a la k e s l a k ^ . .... .. ... ..... .....on s
* k~naic give*n gratifying and astonishing reported to adopt the majority r pl)orti .. .... ai f ne Fid a lakes-
... .. 1 "- u'b the means of some beneficial leg- Bryant ,.-.., ,NW.,,-A-UNE CO^UT..R.
result to the emaciated. exhausted, of the credentials committee, which .is. a. ", t ote F loridaf arme A E C UNT
... ... ., .. . i ... ..... ilslation to tile FlOrlida farnmer and *
and to those who have apparently but seated the entire delegation from Illl- -
abort lime to li'e; they take on nois and gave the contestants no right * FCndleunla.-'Candler is one hof The following editorial recently
^etht. color, and if fever is present ot appe~al. ...Marion county's daughters of which peared in the New York American:
^ temperature usually subsidies. Mr. Mulligan, who was one of the Fairfield. Fia.-Fairfiel, is improv- she may well be proud. not only be- t i remarkable that the appti
Sicause she is up to date, but on ac-
Q Aza ideal me~thod in caring fon onetn delegates at large, drew ;ing rail satonadas as a ....... ."- ment of General Luke E. Wright


th pra ,, ., count ot ttue company she Keep in
preatinA the twprad of tuberculosis from his pocket the minority report center for fruit and vegetable culture c co secretary o war to succeed Mr. Taf
inp""ntito wso r. ,erI the way of progressive growers of
In ptMal nmsitution, would be some- that he had given to M. Alexander and shipment. Although the past sea- oranges and peaches Candler is o has received so little comment in t
tW g im ilar to the f -tC -w ing : the night before and observed that ... ,-,s n t b er fi b", thegehfr is f i eea rl prod u ct o -t
hsa t c _at ". ,_esc insti-.Com ,mite an, ,.,HordofCalio nia son has not been a profitable one, the ted for its fine early product of the north as well as i" the south. We sa.
The state to create special insti- Committeeman Hord of California, remarkable, because General Wrigh
tuU withprovision for outdoor em- also had intended to speak on the Igrowers are not all out of business and peach, and while this season has not i out.
luUX.Oo wltn provlilion for outdor erm- also ha ineo to .... ... s'r -e .* hK< t s f the soutn, southern, H~e served
p-meat. such as farming, gardening, subject, and that the report was to be knowingg they have had plenty of com- been all that might be desired as as a confederate soldier, and ron
Ioaltr- raising, etc. This structure signed by those two committeemen, pany this season throughout the vege- market, yet the quality was. as us- fought wit
be of such a nature and capacity and also the committeemen from Or- table growing world, are satisfied and u goe. The writer notan his face ea to his foe
t to admit tuberculosis cases from egon. Arizona and Alabama. will try again. The leading growers we t And now, forty-three years la ter
am olly prions., but jails, reforma- The position taken in the minorityhere are Gattrell & Smoak generalman. tropical. ers ...n a he is at the head of the war depart
and other like institutions f.s- report was that the convention inh of thoe growers, but will return in
t and otr lik institutions os-report was that the conenton inmerchants, brokers, shippers and ex-- e. n finish h observe ment, governing soldiers, direction
temd by the tate. which the Chicago delegates were se-tensive growers of fruits and vegeta- y p iera- generals, in the control of the musket
To write and talk about this much elected disfranchised democratic voters bles. growing beans, tomatoes and e princial rowers here are ry the caon the military fore
DoW4 arrangement can and will not of Chicago, for the reason that the lons as a principal crop. They will Y MKinne W T Wi[ of the country; man s 0
1r Mplie-sb the desired end. The con- call was not made within the provi s grow beans for a fall and winter crop. Quick, W H. De.ng anti C. Klin,. the Mason and Dixon line to ld tha
rt of our ri on f the^ prinarv law---4hdcagon ucv.M.uLoga~ Kie
OS ocetalk. together with an appro- Daily Tribune. test mercantile stores in Florida and on called were eV. T Williams ed to go to the senate in 1857.
priatlos. will alone suffice, iare up-to-date business people. who has 15 acres of peaches an a Not only did Wright fight against
I w>ufv AK YD ft iN, Wl who hs 15 acres' ot peane an" a' .t ,
Tv". the onhl state which has TALK OF AN EXERA SESSION j R. Carter merchant ahd grower 4-acreorange grove acres the north, but his family entered
made provision for tuberculosis prls- -- of melons, cantaloupes anl other pro- in melns this season. Thi each heartily into the war for secession
/- x.I in melons thisi season. Ti s pewi--
om rI in this respect has shown a Some who are very close to Gov. VN. iucts. will grow beans for a fall crop. -,orchard was fifteen months o a At Stone River a brother was shot
"^ i" i i oricnarti was nrteen nlontis 01,1 at i .
deefp in the disease of one-half be- B. Broward. in Tallahessee and Jack- L. GoCdwin has melons, tomatoes .. oduce 1 killed while marching b IS
4ee" "i . t shi~pping season, anti prod uced l ni klel hl machn byh.
fore the tH4rd year. sonville. claim that he will wait un-ani other vegetables in season and caites of No 1 beaches s for market side. Over his rave General Wight
W* cannot afford to treat this subject til November "rd. when the new leg-:will grow beans for the fall and win- Iwli. e w va has erected a monument, and th.
SMr.W illiam-s came here two ears
with indifference. and I now place islature is elected, and then immedi-"ter market. Weter coun Missouri mouni of his ather-in-law. Admira
the authorities on notice that our ately call an extra session. These J. A. Thomas has lettuce, beans, to- ago fo Wbt coun Raphael Semmes. the bravest an'
.- one of the finest peach sections in
prtMons are cradles of infection, and friends say that the legislature to be mniatoes andti cantaloupes for a general nite Sate an i an xer in most gallant of the Confe.eracys sea
i the U~nited rtSates. anIi is an expert m
mn, heisitsealost.annully. wit
they are therefore a perpetual menace elected in November is more in har- market crop and will grow beans for ta l r.. .Wla says anyo men he vsits anmosr annually m wito
_.. ... -that line. Mir. Willnanis saysz anyone
to tho. whole people; that the state mony with the governor and that he fal! and winter shipment. interested in Florida peach culture oisd an floral emblems o
should not withhold its powerful aid will have thereby less trouble to get Christopher Drummer mail to l him for information s love
iw lcome to w-it" im for . . ,t ..
to the general community in denying his pet schemes through. Flemington. Fla.. grow beans, toma- and i assured of a prompt rI orn a democrat, a democrat still
Its asstItance and betterment to the There is a serious question as to toes and melons as a principal crop .. .illia.s is an old Packer yet he is in the cabinet of a reubli
institutional populations: that is. by whether the new legislature will be and other vegetables in season. reader and knows its value To th can; place in charge of his coun
lack of attention andti effort to limit a legal body before January next. *.I" grower and slipper to perfection trys most treasured secrets, the chie
4ad control the ravages of tuberculo- The constitution of the state in ar-. o a multitude of employs som
..... Irvine. Fla.-Irvine has some fruit C. W. Quick has 17 acres of, eac, o


ive. Wright as a member of the PhiliphI"
rap- commission, his first entry into tW
federal service.
ingi The man who talks sectionaltm
the these days is looked upon as ra-
ni- Ibling and idiotic, and the waving of
rst. the frayed old "bloody shirt" is tanta-
re- mount to a confession that the speak-
osi- er never felt powder or heard the cry
ace of "Charge!"
de-
SI COPPER BOX IS FOUND ON BOT-
; TOM OF OKLAWAHA
oter
lr Candler, Fla.. July 25.-During the
st. past few month-s It ha- b--n exrtreme-
I ly dry in this part of the' srao,. and
Sweaters have all become low. The Ok-
;lawaha river especially has l)ben very
f allow and! Mr. W. R Ca',lwoll of this
place, who spends a good deal of his
ng. Time fishing, claims to hav\ made a
ait- ;discovery that has ar,,sed consider'-
ife ible interest here. Lying on a lige
he ior rocks at the bottom of the river.
f a in plain view. is a copper box or
a chest. so heavy that it cannot be mov-
ied by one person. Mr. Caldwell has
the I
he not revealed to anyone the location
he of this chest, which he is confident is
he a treasure box sunk to its present po-
n sition by the Spaniards.
SA number have offered their ser-
ls 'ices to assist in raising the box. but
ihe has so far declined all proffers of
jes,
gsh help. He proposes to raise It himself
Igh when the water in the river reaches
he a certain stage. A drummer here the
5ed other day offered Mr. Caldwell $1,00
sh-. for a half interest If this cheat rest-
.nk ing somewhere at the bottom of the
River is as he describes it. but he has
t'taken no offer.
er Considerable curiosity is aroused
el and the people are anxiously awaiting
or for the developments. No one living
r knows anything of the location of this
eg'box except Mr. Caldwell. or it would
SI have been hoisted out of its rocky
ig- bed long ago.-Jacksonville Mt(ropo-
lis.
Ity
he
ire A GEORGIAN WANTS RELIEF
of-
to Poor Uncle Sam has been th- recip-
,es i lent of many queer requests, based on
tie exaggerated ideas of his genroaity
er- and4 usefulness as the patron saint of
onthese United States. They have rang-
.of ed al the way from appeals for his
.re help in finding a suitable, helpmnet
vnfor a one-legged and cross-eyed pea-
ss' sioner. to requests for early remit-
"tance of the amount accredited to
each inhabitant in the per capital cir-
culation reports of the treasury de-
partment, or of the prize suppo*",! to
be held out for the proud and puis-
a sant pops of twins or triplets But
the request transmitted to the be-
nt nign old gentleman who presides over
as the destinies

t apartment through a Georgia congres-
Sman certainly should be given first
r place in the list. The communica-
t tion reads:
Dear Mister .Kongressman. sum
2 time ago I writ yu, askin' If them
Were ennythink the guvment cud do
to make a flten wife behave herself.
I ain't heard fum yu an' things Is so
better.
"Will yu please let me no if yu kia
Sgit me one uv them pizen snake*
fum India at the 'Cultural Depart-
f meant? I hay allers voted for yu an'
t this is mitey little to ask."
Possibly the writer, before hs
state went dry, became familiar with
t ithe efficacy of reptiles in subduing
Belligerent spirits, and now that it is
Idry turns to the government to help
t him out of his dilemma and deliver
s him from a "fiten wife." Undertak-
t ers' fees are perhaps cheaper la
SGeorgia than marriage licenses
l
1 A BRUTAL CARICATURE

h A good friend of the Cirrograph.
f iand a red-hot republican withal, pop-
ped into this office a few ,days ago
I and slammed a copy of th,- L!os An-
- geles Times of July 10)th down on our
- desk with a bang. saying in a voice
f vibrant with. rage: "What do you
e think of that?" "That" was one of


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3 oz. Wood CloThles
Pins for


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No. 40 Silk Ribbcn
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9c


No. 16 Silk Ribbon
for, per yad
5c


Ladles' S5c. Hand
Bags for
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ILadies, 15c. Back
I Combs for


|Ladies' Embdy Turn
Over Collars for
I4C

4adles*' White Wash
Belts for
9C

Ladies' Laundered
Embdy Collars for
12C

Ladies' 35c. Hose
Supporters for
21c

Eaton Hulbert Box
Paper for
19C

No. 999 Steamboat
Playing Cards for


7c


Guaranteed Watches
for


69c


Ladies' 65c. Corsets
for
43c

Ladles' 25c. Sailor
Hats for
19c

Ladies' $1 Corsets
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Ladies' Hose Sup-
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This is proving the greatest success our customers have ever seen. It s

evidenced by their patronage that they know its the grandest money saving
proposition ever offered. Our sales since the inauguration of this sale ha

by far exceeded our highest expectations. Our aim is to reduce our stock


without regard to profit and our patrons seem to know it, as by the end of

this sale we will be satisfied with the result .

Below are a few prices taken from our store at random, study them.


THIS SOLE POSITIVELY ENDS SOTUIDOY, RIIGUST 8, 1908 AT 10 O'CLOCK AT NIGHT.


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DRY GOODS


Plain and Dotted Silk Tissue, worth
25c. only, per yd.......... .....
White Mercerized Madras, worth up
to 25c., only, per yd.............
Colored Mercerized Ginghams, w-rth
25c., only, per yd...............
28-inch Dress Lawns,, worth Sc., only,
per yd.................. .....


28-Inch
only,
36-inch
15c.,
Double
1 rn


Colored Batiste, worth 12 1-2c.,
per yd....................
Percales, soft finish, worth
only, per yd..... .........
Fold Dress Ginghams, worth
TIvl" rner vd ....... .. ..


SJvv I' V 0a IY V Y^ U .a . . .
32-inch Dress Ginghams, worth 15c.,
only, per yd ..................
Fancy Plaid Ginghams, worth1 lOc.,
only, per yd ... ... .... .. .. ...
Light Color Shirtings, worth 7c., only,
per yd.................. ......
Columbia Percales, all colors, 25 inch-
es wide, worth Sc., only, per yd ....
Mercerized Batiste, assorted colors,
worth 25c., only, per yd..........
Chambray, assorted colors, worth lAc.,
only, per yd..... ..............
Arnold Broad Cloth, assorted colors,
worth 20c., only, per yd..........
36-inch Guaranteed Taffeta Silk, all
colors, worth $1.25, only, per yd....
3-4 Brown Sheeting, worth Cc., only,
per yd........................
4-4 Brown Sheeting, very heavy, worth
Sc., only, per yd.... ..........
4-4 Bleached Sheeting, no starch,
worth 12c., only, per yd..........
4-4 Bleached Sheeting, worth 1Oc.,
only, per yd...................
7-S Bleached Sheeting, worth Sc., (nly,
per yd................. ... .....
Amoskeag Ginghams for Aprons,
worth 8c.. only, per yd..........
40-inch White Lawn, very sheer, worth
18c., only, per yd... .... .....
8-4 Unbleached Sheeting, very heavy,
ful width, worth 25c., only, per yd..
9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, very heavy,
full width, worth, 3oc., only, per yd..
S-4 Bleached Sheeting, no start. full
width, worth 30c., only, per yd....
9-4 Bleached Sheeting. no starch, full
width, worth 35c., only, per yd....
Brown Dress Linen, worth 25c., only,
per yd......... ...............
Brown Dress Linen. Guaranteed,
worth 30c., only, per yd..........
44-inch Black and Blue Mohair, worth
75c.. only. per vd ...... .....


lOc
lOc


15c
4 1-2c
8c
9c
llc
8 1-2c
7c
4c
5 1.2c
lOc
6 1-2c
lOc
84c
4 1-2c
5c
8c
6 1-2c

5c
5 1-2c
lOc
19c

23c
23c
25c
15c
21c
49c


Coats' thread, 6 spools
for............ ...... .......
All Summer Dress Goods will be
slaughtered in this sale. We have
thousands of yards of goods not men-
tioned here. Come and look.

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 go at.....
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 about 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 these
into five lots:
Lot A consists of $1.50 and $2.00 val-
ties, at ........................
Lot B consists of $2. 40 and $2.50 val-
uties, at.......................
Lot C consists of Fine Flannel Pants,
made in the latest style and worth
up to $3.0, for only.. ..........
Lot D consists of All Wool Blue Serge
Pants and Fine Worsted Goods.
worth up to $4.60. for only.......
Lot C consists of the best grades we
have in stock, some worth up to
$5.00. only...... ... ..........
Our line of Boys' Clothing has also
been put on sale at greatly reduced
prices.
Don't compare our line with the
goods usually advertised in special
sales, as all our garments are well
made and cut full size.


25c


$3.98
$5.98
$7.98
$9.98


98c
$1.48
$1.98

$2.48

$2.98


Gents Furnishings


Men's $1.50 Pongee Top Shirts
for.....................
Men's $1.25 Dress Shirts
for...... ... .......... ..
Men's $1.00 Dress Shirts, all
for...... ..... ... ... ..
Men's 50c. Percale Dress Shir


colors,
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98c
84c
69c
39c


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Men's 35c. Balbriggan Underwear
for.. ..... ... ... ... ... ... .
Men's Cambric Night Shirts
for...... ... ... ... ...... .. .
Men's Bathing Suits for
43c. an, ....... .. . . .. ..
Men's He.,y Denim Work Shirts
for ......... ........ ....... ..
Men's Heavy Denim Overalls
for ...... .. ... . . . . .. -
Men's $1.00 Ovrall's, wv-Il made.
for......... ............ ..
Men's Pincheck Wash Pans
for .......... ... ... ... ... .
Men's Blue Chambray Top Sirts
for......... ... ... ... ..... .
Men's Hemstitched Handkerchiwfs t(r
3c. to......... .......... ...
Men's Sox, all colors, for
.c. to ......... .........
Men's Suspend-ers for
9c. to ......... ....... .
Men's Belts, for
14c. to ......... .. .....
Everything listed in this lne :*,
worth buying.


Mens-


* Shoes


This is our pet line. a; w- tak#,
more pride w.th it than any u,,ht-' we
have in our store.
During this sale we will s, 11 'h.
Famous "Everlasting" Shoes f(r Mn
for ...... ... ... ... ... .
Men's Solid Leather Sole Shoes
for...... ...... ......
Men's Vici K-d Shoes. assorted st-,,.f,
worth $2.5i. for. . . ... .....
Men's Patent Leather Shoes. atssorv
ed styles, guaranteed not to) crack.
worth $3.o00 to $5.0,o. at.. .
Other styles of Me'Is %Sh,*'s a'
greatly re(luced prices.
Ladies' Dongola Sho.'s. \it -v!t.v
worth $1.7,. only .... .
Ladies' rss Shoe,' the lat'., s'-d L.
worth $"'.. on'v ......
Ladies' Dress Shoos, in P'aVnt .,nt
Vici. wor'h $:, ,",, onl,. ...
Remember our guarantee, (on his
line is that after you have worn .L
pair of our shoes and >"u ,I'n t ',iK
you have receive yo'ir rn,(n ,
worth, we will give you a nflw .ai-


Rugs
:',0x6,) Smyrna Rug
for.. ........ ..... ...
30x6, Velvet Rug
for ...........
30x6) X-Minister Rug
for......... ... ... . .
36x72 X-Mlnister Rug
for...............


19c
43c
69c
43c
43c
69c
74c
39c
8c
39c
21c
49c


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$2.48
98c
$1.69

$248


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$1.98


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$1.98
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POLITICAL HOROSCOPE


Bryan is Confident of Several Middle States Indiana


Thought To Be Safe.


A special from Lincoln. Neb.. says,
that New York is the only state east
of the Appalachian mountains con-i.-
ered doubtful by Mr. Bryan and the
democratic lead-rs. Mr. Bryan has
not said so for publication, but th-
program for th- cam!,'.in w':ch he
will offer in person to Te :--co-
mittee of eloveon in Chi.ag. n-x'
week 6lI mar, l,:ain.ly the ii .-
west and th- Pa r'fi c.)ast a.s "', 5r--
scribed fi<,i-l ,: th- thirI bat"-
It is lml:,',, N,:.w Y,-k ;'.
into ih- ,- n-,< ra-in coltu"i::, .' .-
venibt r. and <-.: alla ,l.- i.: ,,.
s.:r,-nit!: i a },o i* ,-'> s' .-i \ f: .,u
the t ".:.--'ic fjr-'-, wil h- h.'. -
iuto tav Mis--issi;,sI: Vail, .
TQer. wia ('onf,-rt-1ie of ta.tonoa.
committeemnien of actknowledged a-
tuteness coming over on the special
train from Denver t-) Linc:ln. T-h.
result submitted to Mr. Bryan wa-
found to coincide with his views. The
conferees claimed the solid south for
democracy, added Oklahoma's seven
now electoral votes, the thirteen from
Indliana and three from Nevada, and
agred that Bryan and Kern will not
receive fewer than 184 electoral votes
as a result of the November election.
They set down as certain for Taft
and Sherman every eastern state, ex-
cept New York. New England was
conceded in aa solid block, and to
this showing they gave Michigan anrl
Minnesota from the central west.
dropped Utah. Wyoming and Idaho
into the republican basket, and wa%\-
ed Oregon and Washington for zo,'.l
measure.


A Bitter Campaign


Here is what they marked out for
the bitter campaign of the next thr-e
months: Calitornia. Colorado. llinois.
Iowa. Kansas. Montana. Nebraska.
North Dakota. Sgulh Dakota and Wis-
consin.


THE TOWER OF BABEL PUT TO
FLIGHT


This electoral table, compiled by
three representative national com-
ritTeemen, is acctepted as the frame-
work upon which the demccratic cam-
paign will be woven:


Sujre Democratic


AlaLamna. 11: Arkansas. *: Floridla.
j: Ge)rgia, 1:, Indiana. .15: Ken-
tucky. 1:;: I.ouisiana. 9: Mar Sa:'.,. ^:
M'.ssi- ii; pl. 1.': Mi.--,ouri. .- N, va-
da. .. N.'h ('Cralin. I": Ok.i.lO-i..
-7 5. ;'arcri' . T ::-n1.---a ". '.
".'*x; > V '.r^'!,ii;.. '_. T .,'al 1-;


S;.;re Repu'.iiisan


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Doubtful !


('alii',m ia. ., Co':ora.i ). 1 5 1IIno:. ,
27 Iowa. 1:' Kn Mon'an.
:.- Nebraska. s: New York. :9. Nor'-:
Dakota. 4; Ohio. *': Sou,'h Dak )ta
4: W i.-c,)nsin. 1 ;. Total. 15-
California is placed in the doubtful
list because of the Asiatic exclusion
plank of the Denver platform. Illi-
nois is there because G)omiers antd
John Mitchell are expected to brin-i-
the labor vote into the Bryan caatp.
especially in 's i-w of the re.ubican


factional fit'u;


Wisconsin is there br-ca-'se tihe
Deinv.r platform represents near'
everytl:bing w.Ich "he Wi? an-in .iele-
gation. through Sen -.tor !LaF )lttte
sought, anl o-st in the- Calicai.) con-
. entidon. 'ol)raio is coru.cei-'! fight-
in; 2:',ur.!i. an," Nebraska air-ai'i is
iln the ;hr o- cf one of its mot l'tr
pclitica.l s:rus-u.es. Ohio hs h 'd '.
i
odds favoring the rCpublic:n- Moe,-
tana andl the Dakotas Iook ,.:ef:l TO
the democrat s


JUDGE LAND'S IS TURNED DOWN


g.I a l..,,T h., oain ,n n h i ..i *. , A New York letter says (tha plans -lte cor pp.'a- .1':-,ll-.
have been drawnv for a thousand-foot The ca-. ,t the ,)*. erii' -*' : \. -.
to er" as the tuikin;. feature of an S a':,-iarui ( t u:: pit%.'- t Ir.,i.: '. i
enormous office "il.e tO r:'laet ile v ict .'u ci- -..-'. 1-itc
Mills buildiv.g on Bro sf-Treel had ;npo.-.,i a ri:,. f- $t2:.'" ')
The prop .oe,, ruptureure wou.1,i ,'\e'.'- the g.\,-"riln''nt Vt'-* s 1\:' c' : .;
top the Eiffel to ter. wh..--e ske.: j -"..* la-a, !, as. t ;* ca.--, i i.s 'eII
frame reach f, fet-t skvx a:" :i remanied. Thl itovernn:eiv n1, ilh:'-
woulid everop the 9 N'N-!o->t to\ -r ty days in which to tilet a p.t--t'i. o:-
lanned for ;he n-sw Equitao)le bulli- rehearing
?... 4. i, ".. 1, ,1 feet hichor 'Aail i Judge Grossscul,'s o;di,:in, loave- '."


Mgu(. WOjUlu ifM 1 ** 0 ^ If LI-r e
the Metropolitan building, and
look down on the 612-foot
building.
The plans for this tallest 1
ever conceived are in the prel
sketch stage.
That the sketches for the
oWfer have been made was a
tofay at the offices of Ernesi
the architect of the Singer
His chief engtieer said that


truot had been made. as the
was yet in the preliminary
the details being in pro-ess o
opment. As soon as Mr. P
turned from Europe. he said,
action would be taken.
It is said that it would take
a year to remove the presei
building and get the wOrk o0
the foundations under way.
The plans now in process C
opment contemplate a tower
maximum of office room 01
floor, so that the building w
phenomenal, not only in hei
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CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR AND OTH- RECEPTION GIVEN TO GENERAL
ER SOCIALS GILCHRIST

I Our Christian workers, young in Governor-Elect the Guest of Honor
years or at heart, are having good at a Most Brilliant Social Event
times this summer, and they have reception tendered General
Them without dancing or card par- General
themwithut dncin or ard ar-Gilchrlst by the Married Ladiles" Club
ties if given by zealous members of i t
hFriday night was a brilliant social
iChristian Endeavor, Epworth League I I
. _, j~~ success. Icuigmmeso h
or Baptist Union societies. We note success. Including members of the
opclub, the attendance comprised over
several of th,-se happy occasions, and I a h twenty-five persons.
a hundred and twenty-five persons.
will be glad to bear of other suchyoung and ol, ladies and gentlemen.
fetvte to r~atltr of young and old. ladies and gentlemen.
testivities To report later. Som^ of -
fetviips o f,I~ laer So" of The reception was held at the resi-
The following sccials are not by En- The reception was held at the resi-
te w dence of the president of the club,
Sb.wkw d wil our,-Mrs. Mary L. SandIlin. The spacious
willing "O -%change ideas with our!
halls ansi parlors were artistically
y.ong h !-,1.1 coa ,decorated with p)alms antd the national


l woillt tie of contention Each carlo ad a 1 1 rze tr! 'i : smala' t. the ha b,-; L u pha !:, of the
M rs. anul,. :,s ,;: of the,
Singer! the? :ix cent rate consti'ut,-! a se,- 1.) 1 it 1-V'" ol a s e,, captivat. al the chan in
arate offense The fine snoul have ','h 'a b-.:'elyv visible when wo:-n. 1
manner ill which she dlid thle honors
building been based on settiemnents between "- Kit, hin won the !rize for the occasn n this s- was
1) the occas:.:m. In t h is: sli- was
imiuary the two companies. and of these cdie.: hat. i -ing triime with a ssise
rj t,-i!hatsan, herably and effectively assisted by her
there t juster thirt-.ve. '- 1 ht di members, who vied with each
giganticimum fine on this basis w,)uld, amount Tht' as d ighttuil music, delicious her ingracious court.-sV to the
d tte.i to $7, and the minimum is $6- rf'eshm.nts .i1 an unanimous vote
admittedd to .'ha e socil was a success About guests, all of which crowned the oc-
,-,. __* rt.i ila .esociall was a success,. About .|
Flagg. 'I000 .1- s the
tFlagg., casion as a complete success, he
tower. In the event a hearing is denim .-"-ny Pprs)n. took part in th'- happiest and most brilliant s)ciai
no con- the government may try on the origi-, ;rali march. event in s'ears in Punta Gooda.-Pun-
projecf nal indictment containing 1V-- n.ti'eM in the Lak land News i
p r j d n l m c n e n n t :u .. 1 6 `ta G o r la H c-ra l,i _
stages. I counts. There are seven o:h'-r in-a account of an Epw.)rth League
)tf devel- dictments containing 442I2 co nts. It soa r'nt bld in L-kpeland and
lagg re- is unlikely that a uew case will be ilha, some gooki ideas for us. There AMERICAN RAILROAD TIES IN
definite : instituted was a -yes" ani **'no'" contest., A cer- HONDURAS
The portion of the decision e':tom- ta number )r beans were given-
at least ,izing the attitude of the court, saxs- e-ac g uest u n) arrival, whereupon A railroad in Hond.muras wlh:'h has
it Mill-, "Counnsel for the government c.m- everybody got bu-,y asking e erybody just been open,-d0 to t-affic as far as
f laying eluding their brief. sa, the Elkin act else a question. The on- who answer- Ceiba. :;-5 miles. wa>. builr wvith creo
was passed because the peace of so- ed a question uith "yes" or 'no- had sot,-i ptn- tis fromn th- lunitd
)f devel- city and the welfare of the people to forfeit a bean. The one which at States.
with a demanded it: that r-ailroad; equality the close of a certain number of mrin- Ti, ircr-as,1 va':- ,). w4,)! rhi-
n each means business ruin to a!i exc-'n utes had the most beanIs won a p'riz-. "r'-'"-' vould be thos-e powerful enough to make th-,.- ,h- 1 1 a ,ove;y i o roses. :eai:rai :n :.. T ,he ir f -i a rai.",.,
ght. biut -ele.- beneficiar-y.- Tinert' was al.. a boob P,.i.-. In an- :',a.y tbe ": I- i. .thr a:.
, earn- The (.court amrn T his .0: s -h oIe :' (on1-s thert w as e:-ar l r:'i- nt-.-. r:nr n ". .- . .


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Ocala, Fla.


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are the best know ri r nk'
Every packa.w : v..-I''re't.
of a house whtj.1:-lc;, ; ;iro .'etl
hi-hest iii t~c 'ra I
to all -YliI'. .
for plan:itn -.~- C ~ t
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W. M. POWERS, M. D.

PHYSICIAN AND

Office Y3nge
OCALA. .


colors, while the broad verandas were
s:'-n .- -cenrt in Ocala by Miss Mary:
., :IOcala, fisr, ,. gay with Ja!)anoese lanterns.
B-:"or~i i'j" '.^r college- fri.,nd. Ml..Is' .
a eThe invited ..uests were prompt in
.-.'"a Poa;-:-':L ,*j:.e.thin, worth s;>e- ,,
Sassemnbling. ania as they entered they
;- .:' :-l.':"ti w^a- ita "a.a-n".- ar." . ". "
"were co,'iiaiy received by :I'rs. Sand-
- :Lnl.- ha i, .- n w.,';nd oa..v-r th- _
i. .npi, r:', ie,--n:. a tn'i G neral (il-
.Col, ,aI:
;,. :.-.. ;*;, n :. "r a:. L" -he yar- i, C i.-t. ". . .. !1 .. ...i ,.. i. n C
"i 'A .. ((T11 .. .; alor,,ent pc \
y,, .! )-;:;.=: _,..- ,. ... : ,:^ 1 n ... t. |
",t sii.n a" :- i; <-:'s-e(Wrn ot rw.> halls.
..z[:: a, itat v.h;;. a,'I, 'hT r>.r set0 i,
l '" P'h l,^..n.i,: Z' tl- 'e{c) pri..n. |
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Me "h, na'i,. ,) ttlej (.h'lrCh. The CO' 'mIIAl-.5fi ie~~l
worn were stnriiniy harha'.io',me, 1ingj
". pr,.nourceo, bt f, iSin a ,i:nirrs as i


dreams ,of lovelines .'" A descrip-
R'.\ T oa; a ,< "" A "" .
c,.e 1,. v[ C ~ a:nI.I
Sion of all the beautiful dresses shwn;

Swounld require h ine ariatiic knowledgerrs as j
lyV t! ce--. -, a, p.nny ln ches,
rnot be attempted by thinness. A desrip- i


.ie.' Tel a: ,ertiseaent r nomu which Music was a h r eporter.
we arP liotiUZ was in the Times-Un- ch caso. Among fheacoturebuo
o an or o nation of all the beautiful dresses stw-n
l~i":iid A :*'Undt trip ticket cost; ., .

wouldO this nature greatly enjoywled


;reaat ionai s.,cietv is a leader in weeapan ooby Mrs. D. Mc-~
" ;weea i cenps. anno sonn, lunches
W~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ 'Ijiz n saina gteof a verv skillet miodiste; hence, can-1




manny bright plans for having bothe n. a b r C Sh i
L ,Qot be attnothpted by this reporter-


fun ane knowa,,ertise from t heir sociachs.


in June the Union society of land of \Wauchula. two violin solos
S. by Henry GMusic was a charming feature om-I
awi cae social os in a xe st paniment by Mrs. McQueen and
Sthe occasion. Among thof Elysia by Harryibu-
iorn. Mrs. Frank Ro rs ofe violin. Norman C. H wi It.



,iismay ed K- : Mul woath.'e r. t ne ot cornet."'anol Mrs. McQueen. plan). All
in ., n:nrs, anh besides muh s were reundere greatly enjoyedartistic
':n hei ha 5 clear as a leader reminder




skill and effect and to tbe. delight of
a ,pea.,an .v!i Ilg.
i were a piano solo by Mrs. D. Me-isteners.
aan bright breezespl, direct f the bay





~ ScityinImtelah-in front. sw.ept thr.ugh thle roofls,
N. .Queen anot .hear by Mrns. C'ra Syth.ner-
land of Wauchula. two violin soios





In Jun e the anion society of ne-
e, .i. r.. cool an ,dtein witht piano aco- The ux-
Noth Gai es ille li an ice creaufeln tus ngier was
Spanheightment by th iMrs. McQueen, and a
ai-adi c-'at Uhe social. which n.as r' v h.. c
S. waltz. "King o Elysia." b Harry
ev(rninr. Tity (oung people were not7 :'i... i 'i l





SGol 1.stein. violin. Norman C. Hcw'i I,
:lisn'".ve, '' v ,,:, The a ,nel. t'urned 011V, ,l'e. .
S -cornet, and Mrs- McQueen. pian). All,
;n a- i nin'-rs. and besides m" ch I





These were rendered wirh ajrtiusntiC.
.,::n Th". ( ha.. 5, l clear as a reminder .
skili and effect and to te delight o'-
.);a a)Leazsanl- ovorrnnn ;. i,,






'% i all listeners.
M' s t.- ; !:!--on. a.1 worker in the I. ,. . E t






ri ',. I - breth zes, direc'- : i th I bay
\o ';'," P^.ii'.!:. fe, iet in., I i,, erla n
"Y : S. i hiterlaS. in fron t. se ep rhr ,giu a:ih th e roo nis-






S i. h' a !Piet h bti' !iL.:: -"nt ir..a in Junei-.
-: i: i'I ."aniz pi" heatr i ad i .in- e n-
_Ind To (.'-1')it 'h e anu'vi7-.sarv. n~lne-. ., _
to rel cool an'i conmrorraio'et. T h- Tix





re-: .'.'*inr- ,ve --1 Ii\K~d t<) pen ;) , t I ,"
uou tel -, tus ^n~~rdwas
"h1 a" 'n ; p'.,iving ga-nes, on- 1)1-i .., ,,,. .
,I .'. putiKh. Wk.c wa s sete, o, v rh. ciu:
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Delivered at your

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complete Price list.


Rooms.


GEORGE H. PORD


DAVID S. WOODROW


OCALA PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
DEALERS IN
Standard Makes of Plumbing Goods, Gaa Engine, N puml, Irrigmlng PtIft
Acetylene Gas Plants Sold and Installed Complete. Estimates promptly Su
mitted on any Work In our line.


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OCALA, FLA.


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J. W. AKIN


SURGEON.


Block.
FLORIDA


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thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms single or en suite,
with or without private !atbs. Fine fishing and the best surf bath-
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S Foo a Specialty. A Trial Solicited.
Rates, $1 per day and upward, according to location of rooms.
A FULLY EQUIPPED GARAGE AND LIVERY IN CONNECTION



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Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

and General Metal Workers.


Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
*1ows *6,a ^^mv%%*wwft m u%^%t d.. fA.M..m k& 1 &; 'M


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H~a~agE'' Vi' Ttlil XVI ii I U'' 5M Itit, ido "Ii Tle I..i'I2l. 111 -U Tt


I7 f' [ !l.NV
.1 n anag 'r .l ,I' ,l W 'i wr t [I .'s\\ oilHI
(.che.hk lslh-' s into ihet shop., and the
jc^ns' roar \wih laughter. Zip- A
hloxw sn',ls himni h-adlon-,. Kx.-hanKe'
lof cards,. First dml'I in prosp-ct.
In rourlltt' now to thhf It'Xn sci'i- .
At tle' cor 'r of a street. in full sun-
:shin,', a foun'ain. 'Perf,'cT! The om-
Inilnils stops an< The m nIalreal i, hbus-
iband sets about dashin. water on his
cb.elek. A second (lown goes lby arm
in arm with the actress. They gi-
gle. A blow hurls the clown into the
gutter. The clown has execuitel his
"cascade" with such fury that he has
burst Nis coat. More than 2"m peo-
ple. in windows, take the whole thing
seriously, and roar with laughter.


By noon we have passed through
two arrondissements, raised rumpus-
es on the terasse of a cafe, in a pub-
lic garden, in three open squares, and
in a dozen streets. An hour later, at
Rainey. under the trees of a park,
where we get a hilarious welcome.
the hero of the burlesque epic, re-
fusing weapons for his duel, knocks
down the entire troupe of clowns-
adversaries and seconds indiscrimi-
nately-and leaves them in a heap,
hriandijhi nortk~ +thkip nr me nIT IC rk love- inr


i T lit' I 11 :)l ; t I ', 1* .-I (1 \ v ,LTl
shown r,.ally ,.inniiiL al,,i riw T c ril-

1',11 1 now \V ( -i -lll !.i llt t:r wVhe '
n a Ili a ] t f, t,- ,c, 'i, *'') l ;m i",I i:.lt t o-.
With no \vorkni!:an ,r,,s, carIl'i'-
er shop assiin, is a, liv, y 'I:ctivity--
he saw sawiin- a illan-\. -1 ) planet
"llning to a0 1 I ro, I(l TI( a';iet' turning. .
he hannmmeor riisin andi falling. This
s how it is mie-. Instead ol1 turnigll.
a crank his tin, ih e &oprator runs
his apparatus tiy an electrical ar-
angomll ent so p lrecise 'ihat it e:na|bles
hirni to take ono picuier' at a tit le.
rhe stage manager moves the tools
just so tar and no farther, get out of
the way. and another picture is taken.
So on to th-e endl. When the film goes
at normal speed, the halts no longer
?xist. The illusion is perfect.
Same process for La Statue. which
emerges unassisted from a block ot
clay.
A soft clay model, newly formed, is
reduced by a series of beatings, to a
shapeless mass. At each step in the
proceeding a picture is taken. The
film is shown running backward.
All this costs. The smallest troupe
nf n-rfrnrmtR.enCv trc frnm Soo to 100t


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MAKING THE MOTION
As E., BURNETT

SEWELER PICTURES IN FRANCE

S t E are better than ever prepared to furnish the Secrets of Obtaining the Strange and Mysterious Effects
t J people of this part of Florida with High Grade a
S Jewelry of All Kinds. Our line of Sterling Thrown Upon the Magic Screen Told in an Article
Silverware, Cut Glass Novelties, Gold Lockets, Brace- From the Lectures Pour Tous.
Sleta, Rings, Etc., 1b large and varied, and must be
ween to be appreciated. Then our
e PAIe DpPApRTMENT To Thousands upon thousands watch-'yards down the street whii, itt1 ap-
REPAIR DEPARTMENT.
!ing the miraculous effects that mov- paratus was working. If he kept the
is also in shape to give the best of service on short g picture machines throw upon crank running a, The u.al rate, th
notice. None but experts handle your work when it ithe canvas have no doubt been led to operaTor would g-;t aboCr 9',, pic-
Sis left with us. Give us a trial if we are not already won,!der by what black art such won-.ture.l. To produce an impression of
serving you. Riders are produced. It is for the en- greater speei. what does he do' He
Slightenment of such that the tfollw- curs down ih -number ot !icTu:(s 1,
1 ,ing article has been translated from 6;11. whieh still re,,rod-,'ces h, ,i,-
S, DNFT THE JEWELER Lectiurs Pour Tou.s. a magazine pub- anc, as he.t'or -. T w; ri n '
A* E. BUU El IT I, ijih.- Z4frURA n A F m{(,.t of tbhe hifms conflW time. ti>- a(to:t- n, :o:, re':" "r':n.
UBIKUANTS BLOCK, NEAR MUNROE LtCHAMBLISS BANK, OCALA, FLA. Wt isthe scroae s' e ncar--he houn is ahd wnh 'rut-,-
A ; v t o n i rI ) II t ] l , I W h a t i S h -- -e r et o l a ll th . s e_ 'r - ,-1 tlo .,i ls " # '" ij. ",-.. .. 11
- -v-ls? How ar' the, bio iraph dramas -a{- par. 1W 1WI^^ 1 1IW ii '?W The stn s P nac"ed uplon he po.stu's i,.a tn : :
-1 canvas muTi of ( icurse first be en- bi-p,,raph.
actodl before- th- appl)l)aratius. It' their T' ler's a 'xhr' r tE<, '.:. ".n ,-
FLORIDA'S FAVORITE.MAIL ORDER HOUSE stin4 is in v-e- sTrTIs of Pa:-s, they an.azing ,ei,'hanfni-n, ";.* :t.r:n,,,,
are erform,, ',m I 1 I'Or andl au naT'I- can n;mak- hr, ,;s ','alop> .,.* wx iri ;ind
rel in The o (Pen e-'t-tr by acTors 51W- rakt ha, ji. i ;> j(WI '' .Z'iU''
ably costUmitd and made lp. T. s,-, and r->lace TL r.m .-,-}' '.fn "h i: ... '.A -
G o4.D.oH O GA N .1.- 1 t er 2. h2;i--z :: Ut,,
JL 4 how 1],. .z us \si a "'cin-nia-hal." IT rs hoa~i-. Th.- il;: ha- 'r ,.ply ,-:
;is sec'-n in Ti,.- mnornin the <-ntir.-'ev.rs d.
,-.f ftAT A, FLA tf is alro'.ad. on handi. niot a nun- To o,,si;,- ,. ",.n :-." '"" *i,
isLA f FLAOu t jiv," of The ilay is to bIw lost. The- ar- ('nis- w':s ;n, ;a .1 i-
t iss e in ?F IfronIS "[: f" lT sfi -!* 'or i li; in, n z. "** -, l i:an
There is not a more complete liquor store in Florida than ours. ;oons cos'iin.,i and radeti up. Tht n)ust ha.-.n .'-,i., ,,; a ,...
and the excellent facilities for handling mail orders puts us in a u^^,--:p i a .a s :nia; t the iday ,' his ,i-pi,, h tt hV.
portion to give our customers prompt attention. Our stock con- s o a piay on h ofi- ,il :'- :t.d. U'h- Tha'a..'. Cnh,- -*-
siots of everything in the line of sa, so that the exire-sion ( hf at-r in pa:i- is as w.:! 1.' a-
jfac,-;. h r,- 4a 1; T ai.iimTa c.,;
HIGHW 6ORDE WINES, LIQUORS, BEERS, CIGARlS, ETC. t! .is ., ,,(.,au i m.o ac ,,, ,t iUI., U I-.-'
shatll lOSE- tYl,,l 0. I~1" it fl![pfla5i. \\' TttIhilT> ua:',' P.I! i >"'T~ I ,' 'Ai! V x
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC. jOin "h; a< ,!hrs as ('fli, b ) -i'o the ,,- -p r 1. *
h'-,r oninilu s. ani. a w utrry The sta;* I ., u,. i :IIs 1 ,i1iL
it,11 4' "itCl-nt',k plltc '., the h si tii u!, i'l, ,' :'. .... .:
1-T hr Cll l5, D'srai.z. iana;- r in Paris- M. Etii'nn h i M Tw O' i;)! l .a h ts fT.; a :a ';! r
|v nai -sn ~ s ib.- ar stss a last read-;, p "' hlIh . o T.;> :
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Three Flowers Rye .,-iin" of th-,cenario. Th- ho, is i y-c 's s\i ", 'i".*
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our prices.

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O YOU POSSESS CHARM OF THE VESTAL VIRGINS HOW WILL JAPANN GREET OUR
MANNER? FLEET?
in ancient times, long before the -
n discovery of any easy way of "strik- From ti:e to time. since the an-
Once in tramp-ng tonga oa rling a light" and making a fire. it was nouncemrent that the fleet would go
lane in Englan! I stopped to admire', -i of the Jingo has
a most important matter that sonme to Japan. the cry of the Jingo has
o erstone see to it that the fire did not Ie b )en he.,ard. It has been declared dan-
in clusters over itgv, doo:- of a little -, .hnp? ir. n paniT
i clusters over do: of little out. Yet it happened, time and again, gprous to anchor United States war-
sItote othrawm that there was no light to be had. .ships in a Japanese harbor at l)res-
A t stood there a woman came out The fires had been neglected every- -nt, and tempting Providence to pir-
of the door of the cottage carrying a where ani the nation found itself in 'miit American sailors shore leave in
bby. and there were two other ha- darkness. To rekindle the spark was a Japanese ciy.v
bie tugging at her dress. This w- a most tedious and difficult ma-ter There are l, -yond question certain
fan said to me in the sweetest and therefore. the ancients, to prevent a .1apanese subjects. chiefly of the low-
.Wt~t manner- "Would you mind if "^, ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
I hould give you one o the ro recurrence of te calamity of losing er cias,,. wh,, are not enlowe l with
i& should gie you one of the rosis?' the fire. set apart certain indivi'luals any great lo,-. for America or Amer-
d she clipped off one with her scis- whose sole duty it was in life to keel) ians. exctl' as there are in this
mom and handed It to me. the light.
7% hacti ot o fthewomhe ls i country. particularly on the Pacific
TIe action of the woman v so In Rome. the preservation of the coat. certain American citizens who
_Mtle. generous and gracious That I fir; wa. iven A characer scre. a ,nct.e..... T.. -...


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THE COMMAND TO LOVE

You are not commanded simply to


NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the as-
sessor of Marion county. Florida, met
with the board of county commission-
ers at their usual pace of meeting in
this county on the Gth dlay of July. A.
D. 19.,S. for the purpose of hearing
complaints and receiving testimony as
to the value of property assessed for
the year 196S. The said board having
increased the value fixedl by the as-
sessor on the following described
property, to-wit:
West half of an acre east of and ad-
joining lot 39. Caldwell's ad, Ocala;
raised from $300 to $1500. Assessed
to Mrs. L. P. Marshall.
Lots 4. 5, 6. Benjamin's sub.. Cald-


The secret of successful salesman- in this country, timber testing engi- around his system shall be arrested where chickens have picket. any reasons that you may desire to
ship lies in charm of manner. The neers say it is reasonably ceatain ad fined the full limit of the law. give why the valuation fixed by the
p o who has it is in possession of that an average life of from fifteen Audible comments on the scen-' J. I. Sheperd. a delegate to the in said board should be reduced.
a key that will unlock all hearts-and to twenty years may be secured by cry will be punished by '30 days with dependence party convention in Chi- S.T. SISTRUNK,
pocketbooks treating the tie with a good preserva- smoked glasses. Guilty party will cago,. almost caused a riot whn he Clerk Circuit Court and ex-Oflico
It you have charm of manner you tive and the use of improved devices also forfeit the right to stand on the nominated William Jennings Bryan Clerk Boari o County Commis-
Scan!t kwp it secret-you will notfor th prevention of mechanical abra- corner, to head their ticket. It was with. diffl- sooner.
ave to ask for a "raise--it will Q sionthus to a large degree diminnsh- 4. At the first sign of a breeze the cult that the police got him out of NOTICE
gmravitate to you every little while.-ling the drain upon the timber sup- audience is politely requested to shut the-hall without sustaining bodily in-
NEl Uwrt hjr.,l _.,_ off its lamns until the Bians are nailed ,..... .... ... , h... .. ...r,. .-n,, .. . . .. ..


msu-rpri-ed. and when I tried to .. ...... ..... 1 al I oU jpa-t-.-. love your neighbor. There is a very wl s a.. tcala: raised trom 0 to
rpid. tand wen stared ttemple was built for the service: and! if thorr is in this country sufficiefnt ui t hro
emythankm those who were set apart to fesdmth I ant -Japanse feeling to- cause th out- important qualification attached there- d e Asessed to D. S. Woodrow.
th*j lose who were set apart to ifed the anti-.Japanese fooling to cause the out- t. an.d. wit it. thr oe nopa ,Vest half of southwest quarter andl
an said it was a nice day and looked eternal flame were consecrat, a to rsts of the *ast year. it is to be ex- to.he grim humor that lights up the utheast a of southwest quar
li lkeuu dfain.t. lth~ P 4 sacreu~il~the grim humor that lights up t suhes uatro suhes ur
T .en I bethought me I %as in the o k a cors pages of Scripture: and be sure the t' section 3. township 15. south, range
Tn I bethought me I as nh Pure, young women, known as :.es ntmenr a, that ot1TbursT to b#
land of tips and felt in my pocket for uttermost depths are sounded The 2. east-12) acres; raised from $200
land Bfttipshandelton my pocket fortal Virgins, wore chosen as guardian found in J:ipln. But the g,)vernmnent command is a large and hoalthv in
e ver. But the woman stopped ni me an"ei- of tie sacred fire. anSfl if the at Tokio i e'>, r took toa a a a halthy $1,"i*). Assessed to E. 0. Cordery.
n said: 6,Oh. I would never take etalf hin losthre. if th tToko tese *solate'1 ovitation tto self-knowledP.e the neces- West half of northeast quarter and
money tdOr wout nou ake Veta i lost hr,, o an-race l*monsrrations as at al rep- sit of which has been insisted on by east half of northwest quarter, sec-
moey for a rose-but you are an let the light in tne t-lmple die ouit. h resentativ, or th, feeling of the a.er- ,e aes and prophets f all the in 4 township 15 south range 24.
American, and my brother lIIe I penat ,,a.,, 41. I..^ th.- sages anti prophets of all Th. u~ll .^un ag 4
Am ria. an .n brohe pe aThi <^ ,.a e Am rc?. pepe twrete east-16'0 acres: raised from $220 to
America., and perhaps is you Will i penal w- d.,h., age Arnorican people tow ard the tribes of men since experience came $ .o
hm and tel p hi hat MYnou swi me VWithin the temipl. night and ,iay. Yankees of rht east. and the so lons at o ,, Assessed to N A Fort
him and tell him that you saw me winter and summer. -ar in anl year Washington- .ae ) en in no anger out of :he un'erbrh. full ot wois Ae o A. ort.
anand bruises, in searh of a full mealon en n an S 2- feet east an west on west
and tlh ehildre'n, out. th+ \Ve..tal Virgin f!d lfr sacre t flisin,d-r-!iaalingg such, anti-Amer- side of block 77. O. S.. Ocala: raised
Then she told her name and he:- fire. Roman agles might beflyingto ml'an ri-e tia have en lar in and a soft pallet. The behest is sim- f $ o $0 S
brother's name. but he lived in Illh- tt t s of rt: R ian I"s e r vth pn ldn t to love your neighbors a. you love tro A ss. o J.
*,h,- utt-rimost ends> of the ea nois or Colorado. she could not say man legion might be march.i in i m b t yourself, and the qualification is suc D. Roberton.
alinhacn n Itight5apossiblethaturbulent o S
whichb-it was surely one of these. th atnt to tat; every case- for wh n you outcast q of s t
the w oo-is ,of. Ge-r many oi- pursuing .1apanese iim ,elwieh nt-A m eprican took fitank ey cin:t o rt wep h, n yof ,u u r e n s u h e t q a t r o
l promised to hunt up her broth- Picts anl Scots on the Grampian sentim-'nts might create some dis- rnkly int,, the depths, of your quarter s o
#-r. Then We shook hands. and I pat- -^ L_ I0," o ""1"'" c>*t'." w ^ -t h lr ruon,. as it ot" "1- win^ "
r T hen te s ok bands an pat- Hills. or forming lines o:' battle o,. turbance on shore,. if rh-v found noth- own heart-into the dlark rjm, as it-"
wee. her yor ntivet~uz, rs n~lship 14. south, range 21. east--')
ted the three babies on the head and the Euphrates-but in the tmIle at in in their way but it is safe were where your native t.)ughrs an
wentunrre-uti away lm in"- j in their way. but it is safe to as- deie, seth an rg an!cac Lce-rie rm"i0r ''t
west away. Rome. would be found the eternal s,,me that s, ch precautions will be desires seethe and rage and catch a acres raised from $5) to $55.). As-
I've forgotten the woman' b name fir, wit the a fi ih ta b th ut e s t mk glimpse, however fleeting. of the lair ee We.
, . ,. K ~ire wit the Vestals* ft-oiling night: take-n Ibv tte authorities :iS to make ,. Co 9l)canw^sof-irhi
and the name of her brother, but the .and da.. ibii he beast, tou will have to acquire oex of the beast you will have to acquire southeast
Incident of meeting her and the hi. """osrnettifrwaasaos corna f oer of northeast quarter of sorth-
If the light went ()1.t in ih-a hens'-~ tre,: ely remt:t .--"Ou" Navy's Great ahll s ba ast ifyor what in aloswth west quarter. section 14, township 14.
red roe with the morning dew upon f : rv T t- I v r Nvs G wholly bad it you fall in love with
won any Romnan-rich or poor. country Task," in Aust Metropolitan Mag, h south, range 2!. east, east 9.1,) chains.
lit I will never forget. Why? Because twnhe was not left in larkness ic. the things you find there. Let no thin chans
sae had charnt of manner, and that is i Straightway he betook hims-elf to th scum of piety. however real it may north chas west 1 n th-
hee ratotoanhiinesethingin Iate stohpointefeoe wthgtnethororaised
the rarest and finest thing in tietemple and lit his torch a the ir, AMERICA MANFACTURED LINEN interfere with the thoroughness of to oi ofbe
world which the Vesals h, kent aiiv- ____ this- examination: let no veer of from $2,,. to #$5e. and 5 acrs in
To have charm of manner you do tnd all over tile vst ,:,ii).-c le in nation supply by the 'nite.t culture an-, refinement come betweenrn t
And all ov~e, he ter.ts0c'i1on ?orntownship the.Usouth,
not have to be rich. educated nornRom there was never a tear of T it- Stat-s co.sl .at Breslau in regard to your vision ani the thing you real ast a from 4
handsom--for certainly this woman floral darkness for the kn tht th :n-n 'tsrv of Silosia show are: and when you have seen all there aes se t frimd 4) Lm
.% $1, darkAsesssefotoFthoridaoLim
Shave just mentioned was neih-r .i one Vestal toll &a'a fI'. ,lut.-m- .- .ra .:-., ,vantae under which is to be seen ani earnedf a grat
But she was just honest. gracious te al ou nevPr kw b-for,, vu wi p i, l
othernpr..it.thatlyounren manufac Part of lot 9 bounded on north by
and considiera:t, andiso na:ural 'n ier ther!,l k- h, r plac-. ". th) ", .. a.in.t that Y
I Vestals night come ano i \'e-'1s s -I l.."in ':ni the ivention of a pro- nergnbor ms ini) a t ,t
acton. tha -i was imresiv,. io, '' !ih, i cs iv w'i proaaon of a neihor mnst indi(l a nst Frazier lot ast by half action line.
Once i.i Wa..namiak* i wi.Zh-d ty t pr, -aoua cannot oove him as vou lce v)I'- ol the south bv lanals of Porter and
bux a ca' of :oa, Th. saleswoman hor. & '. tiu, I, .: y n *> ,li; i li.s '*st-f-Th. Hom- Ma-az i- Archibad west by Little Lake Weir
sh..ta,,i nr. i 'in .-t I- c,-nts a cake a a e' a pII section 12. township 17. south, range
a toua to,,, within each o" us.is ,- li't-, T h, a ,r:. waeiailin Sil,s-ia ".. s -l__ 1_" c e r ie, fo
tha I ra'-I r l:ke,! Sh. tolbi me th-:, a iih o sa I t : e wa" paidsia THE TAFT NOTiFiCATION 2 1- a i m
S h ai. u . sacr.-,i fire: wiThln tach fi us ar', h ; for -x \ ,,-;,"- ca.vs are-: Male ,per- -5,0 to $15,,: also lots 1. '2. 5 6.
r riu-' and |lwti saidt. "But br-rt i.- a#. 1 1
$ atuF tg ".-l of our, l at' ntIlT',-. \V S!t [v :."7 r.w eek. anti w o~nen op- .
.kind that w, (.an .oell !o% cake ,,tor a :,r n to', "1 .'', aive ,- r .. ;"week women op rseers Th- -i.r biica. naatirhona!l l \ at -"" 1. towsip 17 south range
.,rte.- o o i. is u lit e t''ern'i4 ,1. T, r-, ;1 t1 int : : WC\ Overseersnariman c.lln ar ion 1..o sorth ra nge
qam r- %,) i-- is" a lit*,' large:' lie i tt'mpl i pure ann! the lepet 'r2',l le '' i ;;. -,,, T t p-' k. IT h l-as h-1it,-ocial rttivation r a
cake anti while not certain. I believe. : T Cincinnat iTu iav. an .ti l Mr i Assss- tM Carne
,: will Ik- it lA better or just a- l and li)u rnin,. As it is i 1 ,ls r, -,iat ii'a nri ? yh)et Aa.\',ri- ii. n. :.a r est,,t Co mpany...
P- willrhthat you stat btvii, l.bt ia i i: with therm it .,, 'c Th-1 '1mn anti ,'o,:i. : wages that niade iin Taftthat had e io Southwt cuartr of northeast
i a... :ur Tha, you watnt the best.": Iry the party to vi.!orv .0)r ,i t i!'
'";~ th as ". 'zrandier ,tt r-, r4i)ttrl i,'-st alwai s >o il na ,ii factili'e :u~-nosihle 1,':e o a "r qa rtr ao-, s ,t .t-oast quiartr of
"-;1< ,s,. ca.,.- of tthah, lasl.' i <'hel Noir.'' 5 ir 'r t th o'' aa
1r.1ICa.,' LL')'Of t. h a!' Ia.;,, V 'i.
1 S.-Ii ati.i :.:a;,-'t. dow i a half dol- I), '.:' the rt ,! tlire t!:'i -V t i h- hn -, ` o th -, mails r,, at N north Brook m a ks in h sh e-,' ', ; ...ta ,' '- :. h.
l r i iin ""'" Th:,'n w,> unt :o : ..'. for : ha'o e fi'i. Ma.--.. The ., trills. although tat' i2.M' r t S ol ) it5"h,0
l ,.;a:,, '.a1,. w .rd- i"'. s:- t acres" raised from
',.afl' ,,",t u . t o ut' ( 's It-so l sen,, na 6)ti's -., I, !- M, tt ,' Ha, iiv a i: 'i.,)n'hs in ,pera:ion,. are 7 a u- rn.1 .\ss- ss r r o r( C iurro
S .p t a S ',:i f' o n to pil what h, ii- a-IIa t 't .k I .io e d o . urr .
'a'4~ a~ , i .' :'. ir t .n t*-p-1 h, l:. atllt' ,)," ot, s .O;i '.-':<" ;','Il :.t ',a. i\ .>:-i *l 'T) l t li a!;' ;.if > sis,. tan il at- | ,,n ,. a ,**n n n. r <9 5, ;' in
( ', ai. ,, :, 1:-'i .,.. an.! I w ,,u l', i a ab .r os i ar ui for lii? ; ( l~'''' r 'o c ain s no r h of a point
\\,t ,.e' ,* ) \,on. i' r th e !.T; na :-:i .-.a I'>-s, raout!1;- .+':)l" tfI' iinjf, hi< for!! l s ,, *^ p'i n n Cw l lll no!f ,ot" a it co ner
.....t - t'r t','!l pt I I '. w e4-11 I'tidel. %"%\ a v L[o r
l-:s,' h< Yt. w, i;:\s anywav. lbu1!"ofi nt' i I" chains west of southeast corner.
i par o' its 'at'',o'' .-- Ton \\ ;.T-on. i ;n ,s'alo>:-': ;>nrt of other nills to r -.rctiorl 9. township I7 south range
.t h .a T ',t : t .. .> n : t hi \ 1-':t"!" (,: .Ac(c : n .f rIIncO. ",:,'.'ate Iir::, ." "'.' M'ti'ii p'o0t',s, ..'\" s. ea s t i>. w oth'ne nor'th chains, west
n, A 1' 'e th5+ tha<-s, ra w a:-' merin; La a east, chains, west
She .- :u' ..,, kind!d an i RAILROADS AND WODD PRE- -f s 'i th'el'l,,'n to-i st"+ part. .a,-i a a. a :12.54 chains, south !.'>a chains, west
. i''.'.-. ',. :11n pla.'i.in Mite al i SERVATION '. t EX ri -ncr,, caiiiita-.' an.i w h,h !.i ! a SOU 1. ch s eas t
i '': o ^ ii-.: iakit., t~i.t it was x-It',, cef tin v it -'p t jt i we b1int ) lakt s o uth 1 .3" f chains east 1 42 feet
,ork, it .n i.thafi, -. fossil' or bIefl aormth0's to con- h, norih in feet, eaist to point of heroine
lumlim,.t th,< ."nt .one wa I tfelt as diirec:ors of the Aneri(can Rail a. ,':," :gans urope wit its low C tid- a rs o th A the forces beh in him I% h% '-om $ t
h ul J.hl ..h ad taken her sci..-.or- Enineri antai .MIaintenatce of \Vat e a ; pt n ac e" afsourrces of an aboe teaoir
in Aso at tiatio bv tie nertecon o a $2,),. Assessed to N. H. DeLan-
1 nf,. red roe with t As.orces hatiaion in aplaoint-s a commit nak-s liinen ot t of tlax southwest quarter ex-
do- ,till on i ,and handed it to m I tee of sevent.en to investigate and srw i t h o industs is rREFLECTIONS OF A BACHELORter x
Nt all th- p ew le in Wannamak- Iport upon the subject of wood pre-1 c-rta in to beco important chase quar n northeast cor-
.. ^P01 "P011 ^^sui~jeti 0 woo~inp w i -,tai (> ro;^_ beconie an important nri, ~~t1 hi- ot n
V11 have charm of manner-this ratioio, has shown that the plra<'T:- i .t1-a l roConscieutious advice on how to et and except chain north and
char-n that i.. Iborrt of concentration cal railroad men ot the countryry re i r n married woul.i be appreciated. south on north side of southwest quar
and conslderatim. c,)nize the importance of taking, The toothache, corns, rheumatiz, ter of southwest quarter, section 26,
STo bave charm of manner you must steps to conserve the rapi,ily ,iimin- RULES FOR THE SHEATH GOWN drowsiness. etc.. all disappear when township 17. south, range 24. east-55
have both r sectt for y-ourself and ining timber supply in th- U'nited y---- vour mother-in-law says she plainly acres: raised from $S0 to $1000. As-
fow the other 1srsan Had that Wan- State + In the Nashville Tenresseean, heard you when you first stopped tp sesse'l to W. B. Cogins.
n.make-r .uir been in the slightest de-; Time-r is cn' ot the principal ma -rantlan.t Rice says that when the on the porch last night i Lots $ and 9. Teague's sub of lots
gr'-e bold it ouldi have dissipated trials purchased by the railroads, sheath gown ,nomes into general cir- The shy, sweet things are not al- 54. 59 and 6'). Calbwe^l's Ad. Ocala:
her charm--he was simply natural, andI its economical use is a subject culation among the fairer sex of that ways serious when they say they are raised from $i0) to $2300. Assessed
eartest. easi. smiling, kindly. of tar-reaching importance More city, the folh"',ing rules will be post- going to tell father. to R. S. Hall.
At another time in Wannamaker's than l,,.0o,0r),.o crossties are used ed When .your mother-in-law gets to Lot 3. sub of lot 34.) Caodwel's Ad.;
I was waited on by a young man who annual\ by the different railroadi I. Not mor-' than 127 men will be1 telling her ,iaught.r in you, prince Ocala: raised from $500 to $1000. As-
was chewing gum and talking with aI companies, and their average life in Permitted to singer on one street coP- what a good. "obei~ent" husband she sessed to A. T. Thomas.
girl acrn^s the aisle about where he this country is not more than six orinler for any durationn of time exceed- .has, or h'\. and that she nev-r al The owners or agents of such prop-
had been the night before and how seven years. From a study of Euro- ing five minutes. lowed him to "boss' her, get a photo- erty are hereby noti! that the
he had had such a lovely time. He pean methods, and the knowledge of 2. Any masculine person found graph of hum stud, it closely, ani board will be in session on Monday,
leaked It. wood Dreservation under conditions carrying concealed opera glasses 's if you can't dis.cover some spots August 3rd. A. D. 190s and will. ,ar


NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi.
cial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County-In Chancery.
Walter S Gates. Complainant, vs. Hat-
tie Gates. Defendant-Order for
Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Hattie Gates.
)e and she is hereby required to aw
pear to the bill of complaint filed is
this cause on or before Monday, the
3rd day of August. 190S.
It is further ordered that a copy ot
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Banner. a ne'vspaper published
in said county and state.
This 21st day of May. l1i)i
S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. a.
By H. B. Foy. Jr. D. C.
EDWIN SPENCER.
Complainant's Solicitor. 5-
dram m mtmmm mmm
NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi-
cial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County-Tn Chancery
John R. Williams. Complainant, v.
Charles W. White et al. Defendants
-Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: James M. Smith
and James 0. Johnson. be and they
are hereby required to appear to the
btll of complaint tiled in this cati*
on or before Monday. the 3rd day of
August. 19N,.
It i4 f-irthar ordered that a copy of
,his order he published once a wek
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Baner. a newspaper published
in said county and state.
This 20th day of May. 1908
S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co. Fix.
By H. B. Foy. Jr. D. C.
0 T. GREEN. *o
Complainant's Solicitor 5-2! "
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Notice- is herehy given that iuntlr
anci by virt:ie of a certain final i,-
cree entredI by the Judge of the (ir-
cult Coiurt of the Fifth Jiu.iiial C'ircuit
of Florida. in and for Marion county.
in chancery sitting, on -he 21th day
of June. A. D. 19',. in a certain cause
therein pen-iing. wherein Morgan V.
Cress is complainant, and Robert J.
Knight. also known as R. J Knight
Pine Lumber Company, a corporation
organized and existing unler the laws
of the state of Florida. He-rbert L. An-
derson and P. R. Lester are dlefend-
ants. the undersigned special master
in chancery, appointed therein to exe-
cute said final decree, will. on
Monday, the 3rd Day of August, A. 0.
190&
during the legal hours for sales under
such decrees, at the premises wh re
the sawmill h*reinafter mentionedi, is
located, being about five miles .- t
of city of Ocala. Marion county. st to
of Florida. on or near what i\ c-mn-
uily known as the Silver Spria
branch, or spur. of the Seaboard Air
Line Railwl. offr andt sell to |h highest andt best bi-iielr for cash $h
tollow)mIn ,iescribeei personal pr )lfrr-
ty. viz:
I new 6;.5 H S. (. mak,, boiler; I
second handle A.ianis mak- boilr.
I new *i5 H. S. G. side crank engie;
1 iron mill frame and! saw arriveie.
Lane make: Two 54 circular saws: qwo
36 butting saws: 4 new timber carts
and chains: 1 blacksmith shop. titols
and equipment, also shafting. pulleys,
belting. 1 stave machine; 1 mill stheud.
32x16-: 1 board edger; 1 set of (ire
rollers and rigging: 1 Perfection --blis-
gle machine: I forty-foot Geotgta
Iron Works saw carriage; 1 Reppard
roller: 1 Filer & Stowell 10x16 twil


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engine: 1 45 H. P. Adams engtnt. 1
shingle bolter and packer: 250 feet
of 10. 12 and 16 inch new belting; 2
Bradley Wagon carts: 8 steel Split
pulleys: 1 slab conveyor complete.
with chain: also sawmill complete.
with all appurtenances thereto, or so
much of the above described property
as may be necessary to satisfy the
said final decree and costs of suit.
L. S. BECK.
Special Master in Chancery.
L. N. GREEN.
Complainant's Solicitor. 7-3.

NOTICE
In the J,7-cuit Court of the Fifth Judi-
cial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County-In Chancery.
Steven Riggins. Complainant, vs A-
na Riggins. Defendant.--Order for
Constructive Sarvice._
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Anna Riggtlns.
be and she is hereby required to ap-
pear to the bill of complaint filed hi
this cause on or before Monday, the
3rd day of August, 1908.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks Ia the
Ocala Banner, a newspaper published
in said county and state.
Tlts Sth day of June, 1908.
S. T. SISTRU7K
r -iprk vrr-it.^ rntift Axavirv ro% wo


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MN MEMORY OF MISS ELLEN HUG
GINS
(Wri'ten for the Ocala Banner.) t tY,
When death has taken our loved ones | i.
from us. ^^^"
died,
Couhl we- but look beyond "he veil.
Wo- surely would 1w saified.&O
,,n,-. i a~m-,-l
Could w but ,-ee our prieclous loved
In 'h* glory of His lo<-. p. -
Could wI .,hen. ,o-* sad and lone v- -
Wi-h thf-m back :ruj.i )--avq-n
a h1.v dew-
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For our; r -airt ,!' -- h :', Y'" t r 1r
Tbrer nou harm can ever re-ach th'~m. ^ 1 1 ^ ^ If I I
Th"re no perils &er alarm. I F F L OU
For He keeps Them in tho~p mansions ^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^
Safely shelteredI from all harm. ,,-"
Father, teach us. 0. we pra Thee.
Eer to knowil. thy w.."l i. best. THAr
Ae shen here on f-ur toils are ended. -
For (,'klr ,rt, a- ir,- ()%---r th-rt..M o



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hours.
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flowers.
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