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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE- ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST .-ON'ERNS."-CO

VOLUME 44, NUMBER 6. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1908.


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imitlation.
.I.ot)':.i ) a1i he nitije,-tic rangp- o-
n o',n:ain- that shirts this --c'ion of
North Carolina one can 'r-adlily tin-
dolrstand why it is called "The Land
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In business depends largely on attention to little things.
We delight in giving prompt attention to all the
wants of our customers.


THE MUNROE AND CHAMBLISS BANK
()'ALA. FLO)RIDA.


rheauipifnl hir, tsy,- view <' "he- ;:.:oin- .. ..*- - --
,ainfs is ,lis-cernaIl-. *in'i h-- fr-sh air ,azei ;h ,way or T'he d--truction of
is most exhilarating. We -] ,h.6 wr:h th' ro.qri'oi. IT a their bre.-ding
!(4(;.-c; an;! \ wnldow.- (l) i .in i i i e, ..' ppi-('c-n ari --o nBrn.F-l*us i lnd c-over
a,--- n-irulyv alwax- i n aenland. -uch a larg- area that The:ir eraIica.
In rhi: imperfect (1dcription ot ihis.ition will require the expendlirure of
.-(.iion we have ..aii nothing of th-i 'sich a large sum of money that it will
rivers, mountain stre-am, and falls. be some time before the state will be


which as they dash ,!own the monn-
tain sides and through 'he gorges.


R USO R I C I I present a picture not unlike the cat-
WlII \V ha e rea a great many ,Il'ri)- atract of Lodore.
1ions of niiontain -cenery. iut no ,l- Like the Kentucky college that win-
_DR U G SIO R E s g.rraphic SnR reals- t-s in Florida. a battalion of college
i scr'il~~tion h!,Z,\ raphic il-II,! r a i<
oys rom a New Orleans college are
lie". cail I 1n pF .--< upon one t!ooy sar me a Ne 0
M ia.t Peronl Ernest J. Crook .ails ,n the here for the summer, and are occupy-
Local md Personal M.E-etJ rok Il I he-uo n h
uighTh for New York City. where h 'fs--, ]in tha; it does to be.uold th-mn ing tens. They have studies only
w6!l spend is vacation. He wil isit w:'i ,ie r:;-..d ,-' torh the rSr nim. ih'ree hours a ,lay andl the balance of
Mr E 0. Cordrey of Lyvnne was in u ;he i is en over to athletic
a n mlwr of the near-by poin:'s At in- t. ha ;..r.-f ;h-i r .a that ,-y is r. n over to athletic


IDn city on ousIn-ss .Aonday.

G G. Chambers of Ocala paid The
Central City a flying business visit
yesterday.--Gainesville Sun.
Mr. Harvey Bishop. who has been
in Georgia since leaving Ocala about
a year ago. returned Sunday nighi.
Besouthern organizer of the Car-
er:s" I'nion will visit Ocala somt*
time within th( next two weeks.
Rev W. H. Dodge left Mondlay for
Jacktonville. wh re he will visit l.s
%on. Mr John Dodge.


financially able to undertak, the task,
but that there will come a time when
the mosquito must go.
At Jacksonville we met Mr. Myron
Gillette, ex-mayor of Tampa. and a
former citizen of Lake Weir. It will
be remembered that not long ago Mr.
Gillette had to undergo five success-
ive operations tor appendicitis. His
friends will be pleased to learn that
he has completely recovered. He


MRS. ELLA NORSWORTHY HES
TER
On 'ht, night of July :1lst death
came to uone of the happy homes of
Mclntosh and called away Mrs. Ella
Norsworthy Hester. wife of Mr. Frank
Hester. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Norsworthy
Mrs. Hester was born May 2. 1387.
became a member of the Christian
church five years ago and was to her
,l-.ath a devoted lover of Christlaa
work. She had only been married
ten months and five days.
She and hsor husband became lovers
in childhood, and their devotion to
each other was as sweet andti strong


terest that surround the great ci'e. .iktii" ,p and amusements. They play now weighs 24S pounds. WhVn re- is can bind human hearts. This mat-
ter~st that surrond the wraa anideal one and evn*
His friends hope that he wilE have- "har, and hound," an o0l. English I leased from the sanitarium his rimohial t g wa a ital on, byd t-
i . if.- l;('i 1 in- t this- It Lion ail",' 1. 1., *I .il' v h ~ r < >ti ~ r* r K
lbig timne- on his trip. game, which requires a gr-at trial of weight was only * tb pounds. eart srg w pa by I
----id () !_ :',, t;,ll.' ea-.t ot tht,' strength. and in some of their sprints, We notice in this country that the -arly dissolution
Mr. L.ouis Chazal. who h.:.- iT!r. ,t- R,,1i s. i-:;, ,- th '"I- lotty peaks ios -rthey scale the mountain sides for a rural free deliver stretches ouit in all Those who knew Mri Hester best
tending an art school :n N,-w Yor- 'I ::s --:\ .i'i, ;hpe clouds they Iir-- 'isrance of several miles, 'directions, antd the inbabitants are in Ined, and p-aised her most.
for bh" p.isT two mnor.hs. r,-;ri ,in.t 1 ,, "1 ,lctIre a.s m ort i a y The great number of visitors at lovp with the system. H. Th f ral rvic conduct
I *' r 't l)1' t'll~e as' M ortii -d. L r ,* ^
orn Sunday and t -i nl(a- at :- : hse mountain r-sorts are a God- y R. Whir at the Christla
I o hiIh I I vl) 7 t ( tlw 'l- ''hutohiafterwhl5O te brdya Iod-
atoll TO jolin his p~arf-n-. \whe, ha, It Ilon0t othe native population, all,d the BUILD THIS ROAD
; h, ... cr~ ,la at~-:-~r a'iv.! en to the, Mclnto~h cemetery. where
,ottago. ar the lake. H w-sv ;as (1'- T.11' 12'- day attr our a,'iv.0 farrm. ers comne across the mountains ,
paniei l.,,- his coiu-in of hart!'- t0n 1hr. \t ."'i l.-d to the top of ove almost as far as Greenn\ille. S. '. Probably rhe most !mpori.ant pi,-c- it was interred
S. v r. will si,,.,t S.(n ",* w,: ,. ', ::; *:. "r ( ;\N1s1 mountain p af 'th.irTy iniles distant p.,lsling .^ :, o public roasi w;rk now iing con- \n impriv, part of the ceremony
him. i -, 1,,,,,, ,arceiy room no'tigIh tabl)s. t1rlfit and OTher country pro-! Trrl(tsl in Ala('hua coin'ly is that was the fact that twelve of h-r cla-
--- h .aii. ..e have just pirchased from known as the C;ainesville anid Mican-i mates were sl.|,ed-si young --
The ladies. of Ocala v.ill .o \\o-' i one- of these v-;agons trom South Car- opy road, v;a Rocky Point and Wa- a.s pall bears and six young lIdl
call at Mis Affleck' n;ilrin,.r- 1r-. thi ,:,(,- oen trail. On the oie olina the most delicious watermelons cahoota. When this road is complet- hearing beautiful flowers a the last


Sl: :h :!ev are thinking ot)f pitrch.i -iu :itl+ 'he noanitain arose precipitous- and .nlukiiiIons. anl the mountaineer d it will gie a harl surface roa
S Mrs. E. P. Renz lef Tusday after- Ln.thing in this line. She is cl.-in-: lv to untold heights and on the other saidl that if he did not dispose of his from Gainsville to Ocala ia Evin
Soon over e S. A. L for Houston b-r suimnmPr goods in ortit- t was a frowning precipice and wrai load here he would go on to Hender ton. with the exception of a
Texas. wherc Fbe will -pen'l a month !mll was fromwMingntochpitothe latt.1
site. rla wi'e l :nh a mot t.iave plenty cf room for lispl imn- should happen to us at this juncture sonle, twelve miles further on.f Mcntsh th latt
vihiger fall stock. which she expect- t,. Thee crops here are very good. and place, which will soon be ronstructe
,ti, ic.o mee another vehicle "face to!
iihave in within the nex-t six w*.l. .. fr *n/ilv r nSihPlr1n by the Marion county authortitles
Mr. D. S. Woodrow has returned 'have in within the next six w 'c .ac. The driver of the approach-! are especially so in South Carolina. b t
tr Palatka. where his company is Read her advertisement in anoih(r ing vehiclee happened to be a st.lwar IrUnder what is known as the "W- wi al wt
r to put down cement side- column of this morning's paper. Afra. familiar with th prils liamson intensive system," the old land via Leesburg, eventually lea
to the mountains, and with perfect good worn-out farms in the Palmetto State ing on to Daytona Beach. We wi
SMrs. Lillian Dais. the victim h superhuman are rapidly being reclaimed, and a also be connected with Crystal Ri
A party of twenty Anhonyites have the negro. Leader Shaw.'and N. strength he lifted the vehicles around fellow passenger on the train told us er by a branch hard road from Ocal
rested the Martin residence at Lake Knowles. one of .her avenger.. die.i ah o;her, wrested the piallor from than an hundred bushels of corn and The county commissioners should
Weitr station for a month anad will yesterday afternoon, the former at our ch weeks and restored our puln.e t, there bales of cotton to the acre are see to it that work on the hard roa
go down this afternoon. St. Anthony's hospital, and the lat- its normal beat now possible, and in a few years will to Micanopy is pushed to completio
!ter at his home at East Hill---one with!i, noml et
ter at his home at East Hill-one with hn we reached Ihe top o the not be regarded as anything unusual. at the earliest late possible. Te pei
Quite a larg* crowd of Oeala peo- a loving husband -rd infant at her ,oniiI a,,i sac. rlan a ,ahirt *-oot The farmers are looking very pros- p through whos property the roa
pie attended the Oxford picnic Satur- bedside: the othcr at'.rile.l by a sob- tower e believe tere was presented rpelous and ttb, towns of South Ca'o- passes will o their part. and its Ca
fday and all report having had a meot bing youiig wife and a 4-ye-ar-old son ohw : beieion as vpienroutI lina are rapidly increasing in popula- ly completion will stimulate th, co1
1XWit17' the passing awity of th',-e zw 0Wt igtzIiinasvmdo:1
enjoyable time. it. the passing aay of t e w i (,s hd vhn hetion- and all sorts of factories and struction of hard sllrf.'. roa- I
beatill -,~s btehs Id Nwhn he:
xts, erda\- afternoon to'llr li.,-. I-pisharyb in-et
a Serdaa afternoon on i. .s ha' was p, n;intt .,1 ro catch a .'liinpse of business enterprises are being estab- other section<.
Mrs. R. E. Yonge andi Laurie and; K roctc "ims h snesene
cMrn. R. E. Yonge and i~aur ani given t p. no incli:n i.hneIi,.. l iPe I wished. The waterfalls are being, util- By all means- c4)n,:, the isk 4
.lThe '- 'It-i-owls -0 la li 4!.'"
Erim Yonge are in .rcksonvile VIST- ..hss one. as a re-li ing Mrs. Yor.g-fs daughter. Mr. 0-tral, of the negro S"i w\. P.n' 1 0 M e.l I n t e .n i : . .,2. i l l 1 ., t wt% V t n t o i n t # n -
,to Menle. Journal. AnuTs ;i hi ,l ik o ^:l ; ,ali4"':,. for instance, is -he rlisiribntin poir SUNDAY SCHOO
. 1 '.\.: ,'4 ( .-' ;. ,,5 i. 4,- for eklect'iC powt'r a lli ii fi Tm! i SGiU AO
Mr. Earl Mark. after spendling a .r Er_-_,_-__,t 0. ,:,',- i tl l, l" iii____
Mr. EEn.> ,. .1 *, ,l 1 ih'' m-vii ndr1o .n i '" v w;0s r t t hi2 t B. !
few days witl his sitr. M rs. H arry M r l l r. 'i ,B, i<,' .,:' ',, ,i had ant!. j he i ;, u s 'a i 'T s1. !:," .,":i, T h .. .'i 1
Lapham. has returned to is home ini 'u eils i isa 1 .....
Jackson\ilkv. O ;,,a aha B'l.a ,-.. v : v' Pi v v- I
S" t. . i h atoc !-, ;llli otes t-ihl P *.l .. a in
M iss M arcaret -agleton. w ho h ,,.-, to tt l l it' h l I t i ,i-r, 1 ,. 'l o e,t expas. ot ),.17. LN t .
1,,en in Philadelphia for soinme w-oks I'.< '. .!. .lason. wh(o di, at ; W s a i; i. m(n i. ; -:T T r ,,
. ^ t U i i t C n e o i l v \ H I L \\ t t W I ; l; .i'l L ti I. l li l .\ i ,1" : ) r }, , .1 ] : '~ : h i, .'. ", , , ;
leaves there T loday with a partiYlv of T1\''i nt ('OnlP I \ - .M 'e rl 0e\ l ;)1. ,, ...
fTiends for M aine, to spend tL; rt ,k R 4< 1 ,' ; i4 ,tlnu t ;, ar r ivails ,' Ir. ': .. . *
Sth e fu n nlln t ra] \ ic 'c '.- a n d p o k tli ')l -
mainder of the su mmer. he"111, ;n e,1 i'',1'. !,nd politaill p. tk- \; h Mitan \l d l '. Mrs. Ho4,r11. 4:IT .. .< , ..
solin.Z world toI r ati s tl li'jn-.t. t. ..
U %iS r-~\ I,
M r. E. C'. lcleold of Zllubtr' was in ,o the i ca.et . \who "as ra'l bT'- l l l ", ll v ',d v ,n i .i"-In
the city Monday. He has ijust recov-love\.i all %Aho ki'vwop i he. Th, ,tnIn- o
ail,1 the t~~~~~~rilliZITIT t'I'lls Of the' rainlbwms R tv'r ,l r, ." :'
-rt from a .severv attack of typhoid casdleave t md oighl.lalI;'lltta,',
sencidrnate. o-hoh rs >rk otberv-a!hl, anti ~~, lin(croaset ol'I .are tL.or,,for aI '\w -%"k I ,, 't,-,-' --
fever and his many Ocala friends are seten children, fater.four bllrothers ".'r ,t, to tlet al, l,, are a the r arolina H.i r- ,.'., ... ., c
pleased to see him out again, and six sisters" To niourn hos untinitly -Tetotl nthe paacatfl valleys t rn by Mrs. oiknn o -. n (h) S1. ,., ..,tI.j...r4
death. This paper joins with the, oth- The houses in1 the? tjscactul a-alleys run by Mrs. .Aiken of S' P,- sr'd~t i, l,, a i-t" ,i, .. 4'\ IN '- '-- "~ a, I,,
. e-'eat This paper joins with. t h- below looked for all the world like The Home family and Nl rs Carn-oll ,, t Hi' ; 4 a
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Durst have re er friends of Mrs. Mason illn offering telede ri e vlle e sei ay at 1.'r tl r. ,, .- -
turned from an extended trip through heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved travellers describe wiss village, and are spending oa at i .
e a and the Carolinas. They fmil. o nor believe that Switzerland Ir. William E. Finch ,f Atlanta r ire of hhe t-'l .... ',.. J iin
_, rgla d the Carolinas. They familtS. .. .. ........ .. ...... ......h.... n,,".. ...... ... .


d tendlr rpmembrancen.
-- The hearts of the whole community
w go out in sympathy and prayer Mr
r Ithe husband aad realtives In their
41 sald bereavement
It
r- WHAT IS1 BEST FOR INDIGESTION?
d-!
]i Mr. A Robinom of Drumqui. 0Ow
- Itario, bhas beem troubled for yema
with Indigestion and recommnem
a. Chamberlain's Stomach and ULw
d Tablets as "the best medicine I .w
,j used.' If troubled with Idligmatke
Sor constipaatiom give them a trtIl.
They are certain to prove beneeftsi.
- They are easy to take and pleanmt ta
d effect Priep 26 ests. Samples fM
r- at all ,r'iggimsts. I
n-
S PROTECT YOUR HOME
SBy Using the Cefebrte 9Burro~
SI Rustle Scree"s
Keep. o .it fles and moinqulttoe anI
does away with the annoyance of mt&
L Al.o have DIuBo .s hardwood floorM.
'..t ov, r %o(ir old floors without MY
ir.conv.f nier.- Th only janltar?
S\ flfor.4 in W F ,iiBomse 313 W
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Capt. Hatton Howard of the Wil- na. a lotatIe anDl plasan vaca- Now. 'e wish ro make these points
liam Howard paid Jacksonville a bus- ton First. The questions by rh
iess visit last Wednesday week. (Received too la- f last we-k's Charlton paper ar gratuitous an
Mesrrs. Jhn eell and H Ed p -- Eoriimpertinent. Mr Bryan is on wriratnt her
John:^ Seel an 0. H.o Ed G RCRE K-J rcol Hei is i~a truthful analhone
wards have rigged u, ian told lighter DE NSC OT E UEa
with a six-horse power gasoline en- DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
gtine, stern wheel and are now fully by loca! applications, as thev- cannot Second This position by th N
equipped to haul naval stores down reach the diseased portions of the,an Courir whie winning prai
ear There is only on*way to cu.o y
from the upper river, or Little Okla- deafness, and that is by constitutional W e want you tO bring uS your produCC rm suc an opponent f uth- r
vaha, to Delk's Bluff. The Vulcan. remedies. Deafness is caus- by an emocrac a the Times proi
Everett Mills. accompanied the men inflamed condition of the mucous lin-an ll pa th k p ri ,
on th maiden voyage to see that ing of the Eustachian Tube. When'and we will pay you the highest niarket pric purpose tian r weakn Bryan an-i .
things worked ust right Aund they this tube is inflamed you have a rum st-nh Taft. [ is going o,
th oke is rih"Anite bling sound or imperfect hearing. an,i [ri tus tran
did. when it is entirely closed leafnes s for it. just us once and see. t w.v to atte t *o ,liscre-,l
The Perkins picnic will be on Fri-.the result, and unless the in.aamma- caniiat of th lm'rari '
day at Scrub Lake. Everybody come. tion can he taken out anai this tub. Vhar mort is Tom Wat-on ,o'n, '
CHATTN CHM. '~restoredi to its normal condition. hear-; ThirI That in taking ,p ana ,a,
Aing will be destrv.vai forever; ni,' tlv th w a
cases out of ten are caused by C(a-i
BELLEVIEW BRIEFS Itarrh. which is nothing but an inflamni- notes of iscorl. the Tinm's-no .
I ^ed condition of the mucous surfaces.i Tafr paper-is hypocritical Th-
Secial Cor Ocala Banner We will give One Hundred Dollars F Tims does nor support south
Special or. Ocala Banner: !for any case of Deafness (caused by atd on the re qu, stion. Th
Mr. William Millsom made a trip to ICatarrhl that cannot be curo-'i b% fn -i I1 O ) aitiude on the race qupuion. Th
lake Weir Sunday. and claims to Hall's Catarrh Cure Sen! for circa u- Times supported Forakrs oin]
have had an enjoyable time. while lars. freoT as to rhje Brownsville incidtpn On
Mr. and Mrs. Millsoni. with Mr. and[ fF. J. CHENEY & Col'. Toledo. 0 M
Mran Ms ilsm it r nd^i .HNK &^ ol;1- ___________________________________________________________________i aay 4. l9'. the Times. speaking
Sl Mr. any Mrs. Migssom. witts. hSc the possibility of negr, ,sior
Mrs. Gross, had such a pleasant ex- Take Halls Family Pills tr)- con- -
perience last week on their Lake Weir stipation m SPARR NEWS Mr. J. W. ,Johnson's sister of Waldo from republicans in nor'horn srat-s


G AHAMVILLE AND CONNOR ment. All the otler departments., THE TREND OF POLITICAL DlEN
--such as dry goods, shoes. clothing. N WIERE BRAVE M EN COUTH
Special Cor. Ocala Baaner: notions, etc.. are consolidated in the CAROLINA
Mrs. Robert Ewing and children of main building, and Mr. Gale and Mrs. L V NG BEFORE AGAM EM NON
Mimai are in Grahamville. visiting'J. N. Shedd are working hard to get T Charleston Nws and Co er.
the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs.,their part of the building in good probably the most completely repre-
A. L. Mills. Shape. ; nta:'- ;o" 1 t., ,th. i by
Mrs. J. B. Griggs is contemplating Owing to the :;.---s: en'- o- T'-' ",- r T 0s o The long and la- I recommended to congress, by what n e .. w:.i ". :.'r:"t Ie
t trip to Bay City to visit her daugh-!on, of our merch.-'.:s i:-vie n .! ai",r.ss -f Mr. Tatt. e!plcially I diial. thp since rity of my effort, ro r. Bryan -m o -
ter. Mrs. Farm er. 'has pos, card vie .- 4 [fitoln ,ii . , securp equality for all before rh, law o is .-,. "N ,) 1.*,. ," d- "." :: 1, !-
-" c~- ~n as an~i to save thim country fromi :the ,tau- .a,.-. ',,& ; .,1 t.-. i :'a: q; ""'F t:i
Dr. W. L. Russell of Siarke is in !nt locpl objects u: :nter -.r ":" *: in .f, ,f1i1rn-of h ntienm ani o save lho country from he*n -Li the ;-' th S *
in _"\, .;,,., t -- fg i o h: -- te a
our little village. He is the guest of near fwu ,r.. thes.-0 ,ho,;o rtBplhic ;i-o-- '. o' a plu-a)'-rati- zo,-e-:-t onr. "- z_ ", "p) th, s h
wil ., .-r).'3. a" O:-';t" 3ay. tu whaom 't wa- sub- v a,',l whi.rh xx w'-re fa- rendling. r it a,) ..: ,A n ,'A ,..,
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Todd Randallwill b1 '. ro ri :, k-hl:ir lo- 1 ch A w"o fa: te.,iln g o .' .:
.at "The Randall post car:; f* t) :ne th t.- n) r I m who must havy approved h,',, s.r high th tandari o i'-i- o. ro l i r if
at "The Randall.**p~ a .r,. ..."r, !
Mr. Edward Rodgers is inoTennes- for popular pi ic'i po- c;tr-.1. w-. f a .iir have 11 )e-. o 1 The '1. p' nt. Brr se i
M C a i A .1: n..:1 -it.-, .a t ., l n U : u ; o .' x ~ n i [ r a ~ o .- h | l ""l ; .l i, .; :F t; 'J
see at this writing. W ith4n a few M r Cha.-. A. ... .-'h taterin^ ail:.i ;n t( : ; f- ..ie- \ admninsr.-. i_. ., h n T .";i r '
days h. will go to Battle Creek. Mich- mere ma,., a trip to HNa'h r 1-'in himIlt with which the opening p ,- in in: j .it i. nr. : a ,;.o vr- ive ,,- It :.atlh- r iiells he ,i- ,: .
igan. and there spend the remainder T ,rrsday o j(.y o .,; ,. ion or hii at tress p.. The fiT"r e: -, : toir r -til ,s U n ;-. Mr. Br ,n ,hll J ;,:
F.hsb-n~. ".'. ea rsste_~ The fi .:- o; p
o f th e su m m e r il ,'e H i(, ,-r.-. ;. : .* .il ,- h is T, f l. r[n i, ,- u.) o 'rh I , n n '- r 'n ; p a : p
Col. R.F Rogers. who has b n on ., ; ..,... .. . : :- .. r .. w.ir -- n i i ii .T.- \ i tha h' cor ,ii 1'
Co -R.F. nA 11t) --
a business trip to .Jacksonville and joicinT. . '- -. . . i. .. '- ... [ .- ,i -:, ;i ..i .' -..
Lake City. returned home V v r- Mv.-. -niN 0 l M T.,. n. -. i pr..- n L:
M r. and Mrs. Robert Rogers have ifrien,.i- at Euz!i.- t.1 a! :'n :in:m an( in the W rWestern w hich norhin i ,hc r ,,t )' ,,,'r ,lu-.-. .,-. :I.. .n ,.*, -., '
1 .... --,.. . I"ia l' head ofI a i p ro ; !,, ',i-.
returned from an otuing at Daytona. The council ,ranfac-r, .' ., -: ,,- :... Th. official heat of a Tihe, )noni.. "r.*.n .v in -h 4' .
Mr. J. T. Lancaster. one of Ocalas iness at i!^ l i.-!,na Tu^ .: . i. .-a- ':n- ;)-) rfu l nation, passing, A: n .,: )* r .. r.-.: .-- A::,w*,,i!, r -: '
l n l o c n f r i- i t% , :i.*,L., ., :I I " :;,,)T I ," is of the Mlost ex- i -""':, . e! .i ,. ,tr "
real live real estate agents, was over and alo conr-.i h C o le- of the most ex-n'::,. i in ,;:t h,'- 'ir. 'ei -i.-n M:
la th e L yn ne and H weather Islan d M r. Joseph L W\ V is-.nanr ,..,:- :. -', )i'.! ) 1 ... an'i ,i ree. offered i ,'). a, : v. ,, ;' hi > h: ;' 1- > n ni'I .. aTr.-'ript an in r-.rf ,-
country Thursday of last week. look- iav ri. 8a,:.i:.}a'e for the succession o .i*-, p)l) p s i. ri):. : i h,. : :, .it h- Un.iiVon- of nezr,
Ing after real estate. W e had the deas- iEVINSTON. BOARDMAN AND Mc. .i hi- o)ffice.p. "an, offering th--m. north p-r v .- '. r: ...-:... :Tr-.t- in 'h,. so .1 ,:n ,,ar0,t
ure of riding over the valley with: INTOSH I as a trilute of nhis personal t h in, ,' p. .. -, l': con- l a niak- an ):
him. In our spin we visited several liot ani admiration. hut as the! n- r, r th-w i o s i- w1:
farm houses. At the home of M.r. an Specia Cor O-ala B,nn. *. t e'ecroral campaign. : pn r j'jm M Kin' r limi: r iiar
M rs. A. L. M ills we were treated tO 1 M r. Grace ceieira .-l '. -: ':.i -'"8 *.v hic li his party has entera- i. A s^-e he l inj i ro T ,-vii- M r'. R,,);R :)" '-,.".,:( ,)t t. ) t i ,nr,' Ca lan ,. r!,-
ro.birtluiay last Tu-s~iay. .i: x i .n atl a t xi rin d .:t \, '.'n xi T- t :
Tome delicious grapes and pretty ro- Tslay o,_ :- :' nnd abl- an.i -xperienced states-1 saw and < izn--' W. a- f-i a L-\ l T-xi
m d lc s gr s ant dr.mn were al! ar honi- f- r 'p !ca- ':jf -.'i:,::ir'-nitaz Ti) his late chief in anr of L ) in.iif-q,'- r:a h.. l tFh,' ,! *Thiri- \\ il ,, av,;oinn I"* :"?-'
Mrs J. W. Randall is sisitin sion. for the first time in x oar-. ;h a iiinistration the amazing pro)p-jof )t,,i, ali; i for ; 'n- W )Wiae i h- f-%.
Mrs. J. W Randalliisi!hisitingth,":- .... "i'.5 a.ni...ar-. i i'". V'CI,- [H ., W t ", ,-
daughter, Mrs. C. C. Priest. at Ken- Mrs -I Mil-' .) ha- 1'P: osiri)n rhar thw sticr ,ss of e party, iiis;o-.i to ii -i san. :1, ,i -:
d I dangeroislvy sick to. '."-e :"we- ..- ; a.. : .. \ rv safery er thi naTion. of bh'::n.i t ix t.. o. .,. -. "Fourrh- In tho s lc'iox an,: ap
,.., : Tl ',u). "h f,llfill.n,: -t of rh ',,,lt fhas ,-i ,.: tai1,.. -ir~ i,.iS~ r. ~ ~-,- :,
Should Mr. W. E. Pabor. the Times-inow Is'l.',v inmprovin) .ie,-.i u"o- h fuiln it of r" lt h. aihl i ha "" pitmen t -. Sat lw a
nio' farmer, ertoI Mr. a-,I Mrs Joe w.)1:-,rni.,n a,'e %,K h,, r chief had >-'n.'. and the spared. wol l ai ii .r. .. V -h
enerncsfar come ovre.,tl, Z,) ruprt!lo ctr:uit ,)r jtist," b a':-
1p.c.ed haoltlIFrida ..zant t o osparest.vow ,-i w hic-,wo wh,,f -, t-11
Ocala. we want him to be sure and a' se n i O A hs "" ..e. .int. a nnT .- in, w -i r w c \ m V '" ii conle .a t-a'
01easan, L sln n t -t )a .. -' sit;a ivinz i, h-isz a-z-ont, all,1 ) -r- in,-**wl*:.r M r. R,)o- -\,,It as-,litli-,,i t' (ri)~ i (ti':. r ti)~ .,r r- t
step into the Commercial Bank anl aa M on V Icn 'oi in it i henr as th nS t h Roo jl: fia r -e 'i .rri)s.r '-
.... ~~~- 1.:7,a I"F 0 ) : the country as fl.c'h p o-;,i i t o i,...,. : ,
shake oands with Dr. S. H. Blitch and -t:'ln1 ro S ar t ni i. o toss the ooi a_ bn .s ; .Tart' I a .-
Dr. Booz er. As Ocala has no exhibit ju t ir e ron A -,n the its es of the elec-i ha ,e fUS n i: '?o M,-- T; -. '* ..lat > f l
:,-re hn L I,,n orqv -. ,;. v. ',i,-!: M B w'-. ,,.. ,' . "- ..r,
hall. thas' gentlemen have taken th- w t ha.. .n .-te: Ii' a :K n 1 R Ti -* - -n ri.* -
door. of the bank off to 'Made in Ma- ad l rel th- AV V. )lI.t.. 1 r b i o r. R i.e .--- :: t .. t : I>.- V I
rion" products. At the present time den jo hnt them h i. ia ks.n L at ,, n "h iiai I of Mr Tto h. ,,p ,." ,a;. . \ ) h-. ea ." -.
at this institution are several ears of together they isi i the fam !- "'o :',;>'i!i<'An < n:paian. "':ak r ,) .h' h - i. .. .[ ,, -i r i. -.u, --
M r. P. K Richar, lson. zt E-,ii-tni*jt:: ,i'1,t"-,1n,, r i .t, --nion .-n z i i iv .~~", -,+', !,::: r t ,i, i .I
corn that will come up to the Oklaho- r P K. Rcharo. t It n t- ni-. .- rnn aiv .ii- ; r a i h rk> arr ..i M
m a variety '-e corn oi i s 1 M r.ar o 'ltl'l iri:. r aI r. I. s GU l ,i .,at M!,C. A..! tl,)o ;ud mua:. .. ,ii .- ,,'a i.t : atf. t: ( ,, h ; -ati ;'- .:h ,>; \I'a::,.- :- i' i -
there was grown in Grahamville bY health iS no' inipih-w in-' *t, A ,-fT r"- i h a.t niovr o tit) fl't t:)r pr ixc l t-rical -h- 01h1r1i .i.>r-.,is- wh, (' an ionrl >o:-iS qivtr,. th a n.' ,t r .. h. i
Mr. J. B. Griggs.arolina so she has gon- to Asi-for I laidl down thle i.crine thar rTi i' T'. wh.() call reain ;; -i *' a ;
rrii N .C...an. wi llreria: ic ojto:" ,f th, -law should i ) for- nir "than' "--'!l } r, 'j nheoi
A party of gentlemen from Ocala viI a w .e"a:" th ha :- .
have been down onn n th or six teh Ok :.a a a.- na m t r si ;,-, r.- :a'aint a i-t ,,'nie-h k:ow r,) i.t.i oif hi poo.-o:.ro'f> raiI bion-- ".. . in :'.i,> -O,,, i r ,.at.. s .ii *e
hare been down on the Oklawaha in
M lrs E tt'a c aul- t-: 1:- .. ,, 1"., -., h "*~ w t - ::...
our vicinity having a glorious -camp- rs Eta am- I n-n- s thA nT-.i-r wirN-:t w.,: T: i : -ai.:,l'
ing out" for the pat few das td. e4 sjmi- t' ani >: i!. I l ni trat 'i I.' i a .ast few days Ii j; ir ) whh l ar- o
Mrs. Henry Mason was taken sual-` O e ti M ma a to *- ;lo what I sai't. by1 -vk:- N- -or T:-nae a n ra-o. ha h boii
denly sick Monday at mid-day ani ">h -, bee \ ,-. i. .. .. tl ,' him- tlf. n rh- ,'vuI)a i ,"
for hours Mrs. Graham and other th homt of her ta'h-'. i '. ';. )v.t),p-a tor :t,,ir p. ,-,.
near-by neighbors worked with ber. 'orlihy at Mcinton.' o h la i ow[.tn a,".,
but at seven in the evening she die1. Mr. Will Christan caue h,;'n ';-. A ,-,i:,, T afh w asin t h.. ,.
Her father. Mr. J. W. Hodge of Ocala. sick from (;eorzia lasr w.-1 -r:e .pa t.enir.t Taft was a"- r-taP.
was notified immediately of her s Mr *- K Chritin\ 1-w n u1 r- _________________E------------ rim a fa..ral u.". ana shar.a: ir
rious illness and death. Mrs. Mason M)!lg up raply. and wh- ll rhe lcjsiofs-the democratic (an
'ill be gry convenient an~ I ra ., ,i~;t-,a5 i. u 4orr .,
leaves a husband and several children .. J. S. chardscn h n ; 1 ranSl his to th e laI
and a whole neighborhood to mourn r -Rcad ls ***o epru tthj.,iar r
sir deaths iCk for a week of ,w:>, but ,,s n1), ia- th,' prrenr campaign a car'iina2 )oin

All the old veterans went up to the preying and is able to b out again in ii pltorm is the allgatin o
Brick City Tuesday. McCarley has gone ro Ashe- o W e o g fhe stok of C Ru in jMiidcal process,,-" It Mr
Messrs. g. L. Mills. Will Carlton. ve for two weeks and his brothers.< W e .av -- Bryan cannot, or will not an-wer th.
Early Perkins and Harbin Hinton Ervin and harl.hae on to South ,iestions of the News and Couricr
were recent visitors to Ocala from Carolina to visit their sister. Mrs. Mc- drinks and have rented the store occupied byfanl and specifically with a nega:
Donald. ti';-, that admits of no qualification
Mr. and* Mrs. William Henderson ,J. P. Richardson retulrne~i home to-1.4^ m OO ti .W l S~t d11 snrfTr etpP'1^1 r
the couLntry nie h sn. itt e.h'

left Tuesday for Berlin for a weeks day from North Geor has 1n and are going to put In a well assorted t s no fi to be the pr-siinn of n h
relatives. Mr Joseph been engaged in different parts of the; candidate of a great, or once "reat
si k Stt tp r y anpartt f ,tha gh owraece.rir.et
w~hstate in the peach business, ansi hasStOCK 01 ea an l~artv for that high office.


u ne iuim suLpnat was -.'rr.-.'i ti-
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By degrees r bohoy of 'he boy.
which had become riili. r..sing only
on the back )of his h*adt an i h,. !i-.bk
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'I 'ALA


IXNNEL


THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE- ITS FL.UCTCATIONS AND VAST (ONERNS."-COWPER.


VOLUME 44, NUMBER 6. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUS-T 7, 1908.

T DAC DATTV.* :*. ii. :e.-r the- C*:, *: ,I--:". osi:1c. -oi I<.~ ... i .o *;- F ROM "VALLEY VIEW"
Local id Personal ASEBALL. ,-... . t, runs. i,.. To ,,, ,.,,.. ... -.v ,
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Sisiting in Texas and 7oIaa :. l ,,, L i' faatn i, t.a ,; ", ,n ;, , i I ; ,* , ... .. ,uk i an y t< i h h r mair a
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r i. g e-~...T.. v. i T was hi tho i,itcher. th resnt. It is restful to dri
Te awning being erected in fnt th cn'tr fi-lder fll v. hil go:nu ..- "-:,. "-.. ", l,.,! ,n a ,'-5,4! bai. High aming to secr:,. }t- .rore, th.- then to partake of the wholesor
The awning being (erected in frnmt Tt 1g hn-oP th"it 1Hi_ op
I the (Cvlyat buildings ,n Maihi I N Z tf 1. n': only -1 niad hv he visitors on country fare provide by ine ho
,re~i adds quite a good deal to h v..', :..." and 1-it vwhile :'.in ,(-,"' h' .'.I w thn Trc w- ,o. y Rogov. and i the twilight to list to the ka
appeared, a well as to the corn- an Hal scored. a :'-'. :!. runs were t!!,,.n e"+#n. The locals are happy at. having ta- ,lids' and The whip-poor-wills' sor
(irt (pi the ocwupants.I It ,k,,1 like luck l1r+,.k 'w ,o [: ;vo. Lkn TWo of th,-' three games from Thi hornets jiggers"and redbu
_- a?.ainst tih locals. They LN.:. ir:r N rh, r i ,I. c.(, l chla iit.- 'h i \\'Whit- Springs. and if they can keep are d(.ing a wholesale business
Mr. Edward Mclntosh. acompanid nien on ila-es ip ihe second ;.i; Tlhir c' r T ii. ; their playing (of yesterday they once.
t.y his iwo daughterss. Misses May ant.i innig. h lut ere retired without ; ;n:. '.. .. BrP-ue,. the first 1,n iP will win, many more. Lakeland, on, There is a jolly lot of guests he
Maude. went down to Eastlake Sai- run. In the fourth. howeve-r. thy 4V,; ie. jr ,. i.i ,T ,' hi t sat.ly :o lft of thI strong teams of South Florida. principally from Atlanta. Macon a
urday. where they will remain for a the -c -re. An error, a base on hall-. tiifd. r;-.:'ingr;,n sacrifice h'-,: (j, will play in Ocala on Monday and 0her points in Georgia.
w dlays with friends. a t.-al. a sacrifice and a pass-d ball i .:;,i t'.,.,r: ,hen hit to Hi',fhins. Tuesday. \e are considerably "above" t
'rn~iud, Raysor td Hutchins T(O ',a!-j -ho nia,..."i;. ,.itiiful stop. but Ti'w \Vhite Springs. .e ,, Ii ,s 1 ,I 1 ,i6- 1 average u1) here We have such a
Mrs I. S B. Randall of ('onnor !', ly \wid to ;ir.-t. ;ruce, going to thlr turned Saturday from a visit lo her Whit,. Sprins- againn 'ohk i1 i a P,!-.v, to seoe#nmd. Rogero hit a hiard! Sumrmary: Two-base hit. Rogero. below. an! that is why we have na
daughter. Mrs. W. H. Russell at in tlih.' -ith innii.'- (in ,hr- r N.\> 1 ;( \\. l!,.ol "ho l t it go Throu.gh Sarice hit. Hairis. Stolen bases. domicile Valle View."
S,:ark*.. and is now tlh guest 01 Mr., ty the ahs. and hi.s .i, Ta' ln,. -,.: v. 'ili .-rc('e cam- in with wha-T \V. Dod(" 2. Harri: 2. For I. Bennett. There is no use to talk of wrili
(C ( Pri s, at Kendlrieck. ar,,I N 'h Ih i..isis ;:,).i-! T,! r. ,' ; h .! winning run. ( ,uerrant, 11llson. Bruce. Trouble up here: yo'i .ant expect that ev
r .Rorr ,* ,ii. Th, y i,-'r,.:;- ,": ;" i T1 /; :a1.. hal (It of 'he ninth BW n,-,t ,ay. Rogro +o Bruce. I.efr on has- iti I shYuldl mmr out a master pie
Mraant! N--.'Ro'an N'aithatv for!hy
Mr and .h-s. Roland Marsh are h .., ,; h. r rur ia t. -, v.., ,, .. 4 :.r to first. Harry P'al- e.. O.ala 7. V.'l S i-; s > Bae ev-rv .lday--I11 leafe that for my w
L l.l Y par.. t.- ol a big Iaby bo, a i \ - i r v Br' v e a I O .o. The women .lo most of t
'h-IT h, :: in PaInasoff ee. Thir T,-".n. .. ., ; V.v .-. i. ', 1.,-. L'; ]c i; ,jiVO t tHbi',i,.P.. tj i ,y piTch 1,] lall. \V. Do Ilg-. Har-i} crk ul here. while with the in
man v Wit' () 'iia I ii u xendolj] c i.:r...IT ;
an ,;< *,! -;!o.k -7 ir.t, an, .h ":. t,, n "F;ncv. S rckou- o o it's "'*come awl so when you pleas.
"-~'; ( 'i'4.h. a,: r-co-.,i n v,-i. :'-. v ."!" ".;P'. B-,:rown '. by ;.ierr;:n, ,. Time of i This divine laziness is intoxicatiT
Ha r!- h4 .i s Intr wri o, Ii I bI 'onv nowihethr If
iH arr,. .' i.lis iri th> ,<,r -' \vhi, :: .< .,, ,* ,* *, <, 1 1 ,I '- -' Iari ,t. l:4,. I trpir,.e Ml ('ar' 'ieba,* N n'1 know whether 1'11 ever b,
Prof. K arl \ ihe. of , '., '. ": . : ";' ' ( :." ', " n c -- --hape for creative w ork again or n

IM a 'T i P ., I. I :. (.; 1oI-'h' half 01 the "' -1 .1 Tv, .ia-, hit'. Hal. YN'AMIV TE FISHERMEN FINED tWho kiows but that I might turn ir
1r.-.t.: 'h. 'n .teamP stt tr I Vn,-,.,:a lii.-.
i:;,l:,= "h^ t h .... Tean st; .,; : t '.il 'n( "'i ,. '*-- .. H :,g; i. Tarlin' ;, i-- a leiitterfly. cricket or tree-frog bhef
host .. :i ,il ;in W l akla U hf) a" 'a -
hot e r'Il. P c l ?oa e a ; a": ..:, anal it \(,rk v.I ] .-A 7 .. ;,; ;j',>..or. St.,l,,ii 1;,- (Th:.a' \\;.r ]lt (" .J. M,'(T'a'Py hia- fliy V (actitif l is -'ti.Ied?
ways glad to welcome him horn... 1 h n r (' -* l(-ns.,' en T T of y al s eitld1
,^ t r F -., < h n , e r e t ir o ,] ,,, ; r' '- .', -; H 'c '-in s .J ^v.,.'" : >," .-1 o nl ,' ( ),) lo ol t o s o me" .r(ime+ fl o r (tI I a ll o ~ s w ~ ll it w ill n o r, b l o 1

M r. . D l &--_an i l p,,} i,. \ '-.;'Tr;:(. ' .... -. 1 'i lr' ; '.!,! V,:'s ,* ..... ," I[; ,;o l pla .. H-ild !oI ; .i r, i, .- rn p .,rt'te to l l*'inafla ititl' in i *r I'll repeat, in the+ langua e of t
Tr c W 1,--
1. <")'h1 W es I('s .l''vis,.1 an ,-,'",i" 4lv Ha!! .iw, ,4 .. a..'. .; :' .. .. :r on 'basd s. \Vhitei, , \Vithlacoochc'e I',r tisti. ()n \Mon- (,eorgia poet"
tw in. is tiling <-a tain WV. T. M(I'- toi'1\\ Thl t !i" wain s place on Th Hon osas-a first .tt,-*l\v. a. :m- lolge. ib ;. (' -L'. ... ,.. e' ."o I. Struck (,;. 1)v" I.nI e vit'ence against ('arl Bunch. "And the vales a i'e so fair where
L heWe1 ):s!01 a71-rW n"

"shor ,luring his- -acation in S.,,,'t. : .,; f,, ,, :i***. r ,', i "- ,, ,. '. C ,. l;i t. bt i,y :.-:hel v.-ho with a num ber of others was ar- linger,
Carolina. ti-'.I l"l*'ia H< *'iKnTec! ;o : *. .' ,.- -;-,., (1- fHa"'a' i: l ^' '.j*^. bough! lio-J~l^ B l n g e *lr, i~ ~e ou
.;1-..1k, ta ,! or,'! .Illl- Hel! .-\TIi ,he ,lark hills :,cyonvd ar
t who field ,! **-.. '! .I- ,,.1: ',, Bruc 'o e i ,- *.: ....", S.1' .--ter. ,,,, Thursday afternoon, high.
The sTrei. ga.g is .I'v en'-"j.i .t.. i'. Iodge al il,. .lat-. lo edge a;u.l } :'' _____ _p,.;"nch ;,'s fined $7.-5 ati costs. ,he (;obod-thye to lh clearing th-'. '~ weedls from th. sides .* 'ft-i toeTal h- (Al '1*' K lia-'. -- '- 4 ';hole am ufltning to some thing o()er ,'-
ell .... hes', idtAiin



W atxula and South Third .;r. . 'i!.( ..i.,..er w .8--,i. '.. ,.: sat.-H. . .!5 .,. v'hich was lai.l. I W e ; :w;i>-s ;)-savin "( cod-b ye
,.Lhere y impr'i'.i g tb, looks iof 'h.'s,. Blillhel, jI, (keci (All it a iice (Alit .:,,;' T'I: \V::0te '1rin... b.*-+,': .ll t''.in r nn h pl.ade,! gnilt\ T( i]-, "h.ir)o. . M I.
^ p<>'.la,' t| ,rodl(i fai',s T o( ;T .ga', ;t \- I-d ive, i! i0 t itqllt r !.'h|d fI. .l a sil '-'l ',i,' .: '' ,\.V ,t ",, (.m ; Ir.c,'- arl d 'te iii l incli tp ao !h Lihalt to ,tle of T e Rab n (Lap. (;n...lIV :: 1. i,
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tant" .!.I,-',, ain, tari.-- a. .'iil... B-.!l ,>* .l-; aifl-, ma" ),";a;l::. TLy iAc;':'>'aided! ii +- ;i rrest'4d v,;>s gui ty'. 1' he oi i)e
wain s lact- ll 1htaHou. sas:lR1 1 I\ `,!*:.M- w\-i(I:n e a] 5inst C rl K';



-- \;t\- s (,; uL: -:: nl y i n i; I 0 I',-,..,-]1 s ^'" 'l 'i .M{{i nl;ip '" H P.l ,: .- i; .; +, (,:; ;a ;:i. ir .l r. ^ ,piT", tN] 1 -a .-. >?' T O T iil, v ;in d \v e rt M F~i.-. ,- i & S' >I ;ir ill p n i
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-o...' i:.... VP' tt !-: '.- .P :u '11 W85~i ,,f-~.- .llt f t '.i ,,].+r l h +ii f,,,in ~tol iltkil'_ (~j ,m 'il r(-. he ar
ha'. r.1urne.1 trom.- (re-'n Spririg-. Scor.'. e' ,c '. n' '** o: \Vci' ; I ,' *:* \ 'i '1: .r ';'*[ .;,^ i..] )i ,*'*.- il h * -' "in ti ma i o ;n a c wa
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-'0 ttm in ,m 'I Kl:' 7 lt )y1!() wavith i t 111he ofosetbe(0 v' thatsi1'- 'e'i T er iW~l cti'i





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T .C c1 ; .lllilaie him on s ,.( nll~ l.anIue ,en- of lth e 'XI'Il i\' ]ll ^.r chan ell ] t;, inon..~ |Il i1. ,, ,\ t' ,,.,, t)" , }, ^, ,, ;, ., ^ ^ ^ ; ^ ,; ^ ; ., ^ ,
andun b' ha~ .'] Inr lol. -. Ba 'It ., .,.. t' O O \V. ', tl('t al.t .. .'. \\.,, ..ir(w w as o(IL th ,- e.e.'p.V, ,'.
a iw lm killing inle r 'sts of the Tiiu ."sxillI. y- 14 ,i!! F,,va s i" .,11,-;C .- I
Lunib,r (ompan- at Ti i T zlar c-h-a.-ged, l2. l,(,. \!, "..- k i a s loil' T. however.T ill tah. I- Th e co:, ipau v-v.s N i '
corning rr l. Th, cTl'ot yelh,,i. !), fiiding MNlessrs. (;uerraint aid Blaloek. naa' i' The \Vo(clnar Sand an'lll n oh i r nak
w ill a ?,on cee p r oheedrtonmak e Iirepaf--frlut.Ford-on third on aasacrikiie. Ford -
^^l" a ~ o^ ^aI pm ho t'nrdon'salpitcr a|,iti ,,rst bas re Stone Co. '[le mistake was cain-. th 1perkins picnic at Scrub Lakf
mlil! atfor a larger output thankpit ever P utlFord1on third on a saerifi.,. Forh,, and first tase. stone co' rile nistakp was eat
ALW ras caught hte ooli thin! il- h i spectively. and if the local team was from te fact hat this il was nTt mmorable day. This picnic, wi,
before. It LIs one of theolargest on- but was declared safe. in he habit of employing Ilaid lay- on file in the city (letrk's office at the hs- h. ,one o f the annual eve


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR



Is Pe-ru-na Useful

for Catarrh?
,. Should lit of the ingredients ofhP-
n runs be submitted to any medical e*
Spert, of whatever school or nationality,
< he would be obliged to admit without
reserve that each one of them Vas of
a. undoubted value in chronic catarrhal
,*:- diseases and had stood the tet of many
l, years' experience in the treatment of
0, such diseases. THIEREI CAN BE HO
DISPUTE ABOUT THIS WHAT-
EVEL Perunaiscomosedofthemad
efficacious and universally used herbal
Remedies for catarrh. Every ingred-
Sient of Peruna has a reputation of its
n, ownin the cureofsome phase of catarrh.
T- Perunabrings to the home the OM*
jts blLKNOWLEDGE OF SEVER MAL
o, SCHOOLS OP EICNIE in the treat-
ment of catarrhal diseases; brings to
'1I the home the scientific kill and know1l-
YI edge of the modern pharmacist; aad
or last butnotleaut,brings tothehome the
ft. vast and varied experience of Dr. Hart-
man, in the use of catarrh reedie, and
st. in the treatmentof catarrhal disam
ry- The fikct is, chronic catarrh is a di-
ig oea which is very prevalient. hy
gs thousand people know they have
at chronic catarrh.L They have viltd
Sdoctors over and over again, and bo
e told that their case is moe of chrea
nd eataiLrh. It may beef the nes, threat,
lungs, stomach or some other internal
he organ. There issodoubtMa tothe ai-
de- ture of the disease The only troblo
l y is the remedy. This doctor has tried
Mi- to ure them. That doctor has tried
to prescribe for them.
ng BUT THEY ALL FAILED TO
en BRING ANY lRTi.nn.
'ce Dr. Hartman's idea is that a catarrn
fe remedy can be made on a largp ale,
he asheismaingit;thatitcanbemado
en honetWyly, of the purest dr gs and ef
S the trictest uniformity. His ides is
n. that this remedy can be supplied di-
in rectly to the people, and no more be
ot. charged for it than i netnary ir
no the handling of it.
)re No other household remedy so ud*
venally advertied carries upon the
ng label the prinpl active coustit;it,
he showing that Pen.m invites the ali
infection of the critic.

I THOSE WEBS ON OUR TREES
To the Editor Icala Banner:
I have noticed for some time a
growth on onr wateroak shade trees,
a closely woven web resembling a
spider web, with small insects under-
neath. l find that this growth has
Seen extending very rapidly during
the past few weeks. Fearing harm
n woulTd1 come to o!r trees. I c )mmuni-
est i
Jca.,ud with ,h* experiment station at
';ainesville. asking for intormatioa
;al nt s -ry stet), to exT,''r'i.inate
"*h. s41.,os,.0 pl st. 1 have to,lay re-
I) -i- d a reply Promi Prof. Rols. say-
'I).'-


t I ., r.tTir i-ii- I -c'tt 1i Thi e sc-,',v-n er,
,, j-;:.' : h,.r th~id! !i,,,x (,:!;""
.. -r t ha r T ne>Jol:-~
i I fnc;' .his inf(iri.No iA n 'n will be
*'i!'. ;
.', -! 'v r ',i ,i -%l t , ( i)iiz-n s
"' '' " : ',ic d ,i- ifo\ rh on the
~ l ..>i, t .'*
. ,
rT T. IMUINROE.

AN UNGRATEFUL SCAMP

HIinrl" .l-,oii.)*n. ,aa n-gro. who had
e'f.n lfe-d an! housed by spvPral of
i hi s friends in the second ward for
- ;some time, on Monday went into
ing the-ir houses and gathered up all the
Sa wearing apparel he could lay hands
ich on and proceeded on a peddling ex-
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4














HEARST AND HIS INDEPENDENCE
PARTY


CHAPTER III.

The Garden Fete.


mHlE gardens of Mmne. S-;I.:-i %, '-
dl'v.a*., v ilhAk just P.. ..-itS.





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ci:r:nuo e .' tt. p:-usiiig 11I),,'V Xfl .
and agii:ni o s n a w i~ trv.~ ia
vi, .-Ph a ..otne one. A! e:g Leho aI.-
incried tlhe Uman he stm'lit \;-!i \w;i-;
jast bnxthn'g into t bv grounITd-s and tho,
awbatasalor at once oe,,e.kn( I t:) himt
-Now. t hen. 'Mr. Nisj51," r.ed Iaa
an smou ;as tlie little tierk adsi 1-


iooas at tha' widow-v why. man. 1 :1 '*'
knowv a sin-Ve th.iing 1 do,-"'n t.:'
I z)1va rd his iwtom i. ina .e wi!i i:

f 11:1uav s" -IN ) ,a'!'(X".

think I --,uiai ti ie ymi 4A)f!a u -,r1,.'
or. rallier.' lie :i4ut ,L kd .!~~kiii~ '..'
Isay 'shiL.:o' I m'ean ;1rr"7



talk lpl;iii~la wiilN-ll v n (I., ,It, Iith




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"NEVER!


zsr Pr I rn -,L- P a~Ii n lcrt i,,:d not i a

AN .K "''. ki. ;,w:' '
Ni-i 11 .'.he q~ 'k, Av


NEVER! NEVER!"


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the ambassador patitered off to Join the
other guests, leaving Danilo, fan In
hand, b hnnkly facing the astounded lit-
tie clerk.
"Nish," observed the prince. "do you
suppose it's possible De Jolldon can be
in love with Mme. Nova Kovit.h as
well as with Mine. P'opff?"
"I'd-I'dl like to think so." tiurmurel
Nish as hie started faithfully off in the
wake of hiis chief. "I'' like to think s<.
It it would make it less exclusive,
l.ss ,ta a monipoly. An t :) tlti!'k hIis
ex-tl('ni '"y never ret:,i:!'/i.] his ow;t
wit+- f:111, \\\\ Wheiin 4,i'ra;i' is lti.s4
wi'~ y ':;T' il up 0l1 div4 i''e I:iws."
,1 ';.z: tlie fan ,*W :1 iC':!rllv table.
I8t;i i:< \ .vi, t!rlil.- ;.V;tV \vlit'n a voi-) '
l,.-iiitl hiin calltl inocki';.ly:
"Still in retrpat? So you ire afraidl
Of l:,'.
Wliirling- about, the prinie lIaceil
Soniia. She was bewit. hinl-. pretty in
tlhe bhIlaek and gold Marsovian dress
that snowed to fullest advantage every
willowy line of her figure.
"I'm not retreating." he contradicted.
"only skirmishing in light cavalry
fashion."
"And you are going away like that?
Oh. you stupid man"


-I can't tell what you mean." he an-
sw ,r ;,,,1.'zitel.
"And I shan't tell what 1 mean." she
rejoimel. "I-y the way," she addd-l.,
"how ,o,) 3y hl'appen to be here'? You
i,',iincd I : iiv n ',-itati.-,t."
"1',: here," he replied bluntt,- "be-
cau.! :U l'iu n1 making it 111 lousiness 1,i
g.-t aiof ,t" every i"reti!tn lini whjao 'wS
Sij:;s .. i pr [.-,itiig o yo ,1."
'"i-I'., x'h ": she o -k- I in w.,!ier.
"i'W" "'. \V owu a u1 Se'aI',!: tl;.ts ail.-
"V'>.j--oal don't happt! t' a, in .ve
Wit~i l i at~ :.iC U. L'.t.;',a Lt 1 .1Jt1 +'
O" \' x ".': *^ iJ..y's inl t~h, I.otli[ ,t,,,kvr\ ur
lih r i ,;.'.
"*( c' 1. Il!;il ot" hli' 'etjrttL'd, with
S11',is i I '-'i ,,u.-, pr,.n plot;tud).
"You rte vry, very ruie'" she re
pI're 1. "'But siu.l" you d,,n't )love aiie
y sought to i e able ta) givie me go.d
ad'vi e iltAoutt aceptiitg a man I really
wu i) iiarry."
"Ohb" growled Danilo, chagrined.
"Ti'.tn there is some one you want to
marry?"
She nodded.
howevere r the man is, he's after
your liouecy," he sneered.
"No," she contradicted. "lIe is not-
not this one."
"Yeou said ail men wera aliko."
"This man is different. lie loves me."
"Then marry him! What is it to me?
Marry any one you want to. I don't
care. And I'll dance at your wedding.
I'll dance till I wear holes through
both my shoes."
*"'You silly boy!" she scoffed. "You're
jealousa"I
"Jealous?" he raged. "Jealous? I
jealous? That's a good one!"
Words failed him, and he stalked
away to a nearby summer house,
where he paused, lost in seeming con-
temniplation of the little building's archi-
te'ture.
Thei neglected fan lying on the table
caught Sonia's eye. She picked it up
idly and opened it. The words "I love
you" met her gaze. Quickly she glanced
at D)anilo.
"I understand," she nuirmured to
herself. "Hie vowed he'd never say It
to so 1 's written tIt."
Notiiig that I)ani!o's back was to-
ward ho"', she furtively lifted thit fan
toa her !ips and kissodl thie written
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-SPER~SONAL %OTES id adF!-'' I is Sanfc~rd. the~
G-1C OCLA S. *I:rvcity (if tr t.Land iof Powers.
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LAO !~iiV .~ 1.:1 :111 ~ '~'' ~-4. a~~ *~ *shf- griictti1,llv rIN-'Cfb os ht- rt-ifellemen
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:~ *r-fo'*. T WO parks ar- *-e.'r oiwntf. ami twice a
Iit jpI't~tiV plll' t i T .iih "f~ 41 .* I a~
S~f4i(~ (R (*tt(1~'~~ ~ week her ha n'1 pla',--. The han-! pla~ s
ThursaY etn ing H id Suiindlay aftor-
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Mr W illie W'ilson. who is assii-1.r kr. amlhd home. A-I. 'ili. is r:uin,,.,l a,,:: v. i they sit ,s, IP t h aniilsais is
1,(al; il< ,i!. < i ++ j ",! : i scene as pa t ra n iod\. BLt
ant ti iaeksonville. is in the city. an.! will 'ha.i! fan .il1.. Tavlor alnd Fe:rell xi-re 1it M .. d milk are old at Ahi
\vhblr ")r)!0 I'' (55Ilf* *tl)()'" *" ; I li,' dlld O11 the grounds, andl lce ('lTrailn.
,. in charge of The city ticket office. tv i a.s via the -Big Folur'"- r en- l (*. ol a>o ** dl on tne he0 1 r, while Mr Rawls is off on his \a- iothh advanced a base on a 1,IssdI .lI' r, c itl -* lofy hei .vi made 01 pure nt eamn s 1 ol t h,
a-,ion. which be will spe iin tht Roquior hit to i-- 1 th c.-s an airy or twenty cents per piae.
L .who th,-*w Taylor out at 1 1,',. re t -ant a panorama of ]i 11t -n.i Besides the cows, pedigreed hor..es
I ociuu~rt tlmlr.,lToiak s.-<1L. les-n i ianorina of la-nT
t iR~O lOl. E atlaptv to imakk. .:-. a!t i' 1':lh i-:,I .' and hogs are raised for the m markets
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Davis nd in- Ia.' Bullek nMai'. d E.LW ,'Dv t -r and 1 and sold at fancy prices. The chick-
teresting family, who have been 'hini with a pretty throw to (Guivrrani. an, a writ,,' tIonil aie flat-womois in.- en farm i s also one uof Biltmore's
spending the past month on the glf i completing a double play. a(dj-etit.-, ,inlir+,ly inalequatete o ,- great attractions.
eIt is said that Biltaorouale itay.u1-
coast near Homosassa, returned With one out and two on i cases i, s(rib. is said that Biltmore and its Ii-
home on Wednesday. They h-ave I ixth innin. Harris fanne I Ty- "i, r, is no)( P' it ier picture .n ;;..- nishdngs, including the castle and sta-
twen having the time of their lives. br an Ferrtell. In the seventh in- \as th!n tht' it-w pr-'ented froin1 'Ai bles, artificial lakes, etc., cost Mr.
fishing. bathing, hunting. etc. ning. Roquemore. Aleran and Vt\'raiKndi (of Il(ie Battery Park H ot1. I1i Vanderbilt the sum of ten million dol-(1
W.hit. were thrown out in qu. k sic- ('caiivai- s ihe eve of everyv behhld,'r lars. Whether or not it is self-sup-
nMr. Cornelius noung of Ha t. (l to Bla lock. he ctl-'sti; l bodies have -.ac": 1. lorting we could not ascertain.
who several weeks ago purchased a I I;, lori of 'l.Ji OV, I. 1ad1.'14 one dit n The artificial lakes are sltocked
h,. ( i',h visitors son(linl. li 1 at;,v in pair (j fine Shorthorns from Chan)^ ., ni- nn1'o itt '' t11""ill^o- a visit here j N" ^.teprs ihdtr h
I~nA ~I~ULLI9I~s ''~'. I ~eihthinning. IDonl. A-14-onhit to:
bliss & 'onnpanv..s farm. was so wwl a' i ov, alh- -iteii s ns i that terrestrial I.,;- I wols with turkey, (quail, -rabbit s uai
pl.-aased w!th Er n that he returned, l .!,wt.lto'i fe a a lalns i- !l oi- rn another lal-i I o r game, a at certain seasons i
,,Iii .<,'"k .i;a>'l a ni<', few days azo and "ou-ht thT-i fhs.a year Mr. \'anltlrbilt lias iarr,-
ho ,111itr n ,r%\,+is sate. Doniali.(kon v.i,, -Tiesi llji,>k he aiuin(lIurisi:f ,-ew
more. This h,,r i is recognized as bo- a.,.eru! n n o second af v e. Do',r *i l,' 't,, '-.1, itii. a ']lv. ll is YOW8, ,th i> h1tl0 s -ltv al' nii t a his 'ienl.
!!-:.eri!*c(I t soc n~l bliiii' 1;
.n. among aht lies? in the south. .njov lhnring anii lishingI to 't-,i
ilil;rd liy Halhcy. W hen ;i, l. :,'soii...nit
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Th. '.c of 'h,, 3.arion n DvM ehl,- :i- t at first. tlalock atte .Ip: l t o. 0 ... ".r -" j d 1' 1.; -. p it cortu -
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rTi .nt o'( :l!iai.Y ha s i bo ,n noav ed tOT :o*"!o i. cathi l"i i.]'l.' .,: 4 I
the Robt ,r'son 1 ui ii g. (bpposiTe tht' i r,. lhit th, thro ww-s .i . ti . '2 .:'"' Notes
Oealc a Knn.- off.e.. on Main .Tr, -t t l:hl-on .r sse., t.'.e ,111,;. T -i . 0* ^ ii ... .:
,m A D -l:. \Vt. 7-,.id ll~ i ;1 lh 1- ei l llili- ()I III -
l.r. E. I'. (;d 'rr..,. who also ha< o- F-r i l. 1.(ls iV. I)o .. .., : "l ai on .s . ui l e Snn o >
1 I.,p i ii v. ut OUT 'n n pc- 4rd.' : 7. : .I' i'i iTs lo con vev to t'!e lett-ki mat a h it it x b r ol H c-i'lian
fiee. there' w\viiill it iflrw wf-eks niOV,-1;-rd ]ilarii. \,,ilw oit .1n (11!:; ,rt, l+ ~ lllS I)C lv y Io l~- I-i l l a inb r il F (r~it .
";".ce1h- the: 6ci wil i nifth a \vt-eks Tovt . O 2 0 th Ashevill,- I-
ne e D i n fl o \ > tn t. i h l, i l o n O 1 t n, t ,. t i n r p", l l ', r l t v .- :*> t i ', 1 + :.: ; ,.: I -< >,: : . i d e (o f l lh ( > l al' r.g*' -.:p.-n h r s i n i r n A s e ~ l -
to bis eT :o i 7 4 v' id o .' e t ii ln' .,s (of this ifa- d t.ei. ,ve lmiet so lijaniy laIiiiiiar lices
ange andt South Frst strelsL. D.rr -- ri ,, hin ./ "'". '" ,-iii. inaz %%e b.-gai lo thiinik ;iii we were

0 Mr. John I). .1iha n. ana l r t 'ii on {.1. vh.l ,',,- wa i't i:' iit i.- I tiIh1 it Sl S iIitl 'i "! I 011 .cala.
Crystal Rivvr Druig Company al 'r--- ,i a ,! I). 1)olg ,-.v :. :',"tir- .1. R ;f; ; i -->'t .'1ii its hotels ;"4 1I T:,- il 'st (Ocalian \v-, Iliet wvas MA '.
tal R iver. w as in Ihe ci e v .4est< -2.. I,(- iz;i,? ,! ": r ;> - on a i f sq. e
on a i ;i" : to hi i .ol i ad a ; .. -- , 4 :.,1 ;: .T ".' 1"' iioth'lh,'i tou i t-s.. 174,, .'ir1, is ^.-pcx ii;in the sum m er a
John has host.l ol trni'ons !it O c( .. -. :, : .; -, -.rili n a 1i : I',_, l11'1-" o l' .I!. 1 k- .si;- ,vill-.
ho : .1w;.v -. i o t r ,o. ,t t7.'n ':.-: !,- ;Wi.v's .t i'. 'I1 .oti, leiui . 1I -,,i- ,r4 at .A she\x i!, n i! :,; \Ve ne\l ii et M r i. andi M rs. .aci-.
.nid proud l of thu- s'i"ess he has l'il. i- :.,,'' liis i1-He. Io c: Th o ,f F 1o \'7 ) ,Vti hi I" ()l .. -." 1-1'i t, L ilip. 'i'vh 1av\e ieCas'd lor lh<
k i. !...0r"" .; (I i, sunliluer tile olil ools,'y hoitue. it]~
in his adopted home. a li1t' ., i\. t( c-n 'r. .h'.'"'i hit ,l.,-vii. t'1e,.. an C. 4- "-llh odoi.l
'I,;. : 1 :-, I,',',, 1-n. n.1. I at it j An soi,;;ii;'lr :7'eo ],l. l.':'< '!y F1)iiiat;ii. will rnI ii li titere uni il the tatter part
SAldernmen Carmichael. Holv'nslot l. i;. i hi, "o \hi, 1.id v, sat o1. : A i *-xaniination of the hotel regis-, of Octobt-er. TL- ground(Is include
Mclver andl Rh-inauer w(re hI oni.. ,I! rror. ..-weli M (1I 1< >0( n-. Iters show that a large nuilnler otour iwele acrI -s andi is one of the hand-
ones. to show uIp for the reiula r |.n-ti- ;h.it ;weiT; .u ':(: (,'I people spenil their -utniners at Ashl-- somits pli.ces in Asheville. Mr. and
monthly meeting of the council Ti- W\vitlh .1, WVt'T on thr,! lTuid :"r.i V op ville.h w1h1 Clieilmatl, and( scenery are Mtlis. Cailjs little slonl, Henry, is very
'da- evening. ands this not being a j s.cond. Fr.r hil a line ,n ,, "- *s o ntiri.1 ,liftf-i-t-it from that of iir greatly improved since going to Ashe-
da vnn .am h,.n t en- tI s I~,rot i 1jw 0;-
quorilm. adjourned to ilte loionigll. -,r. while Ih ,.b:nn.'': .- own stat. vitie, and it is expected that he will
S BvIral vcrv important m stes r- -.. i rh uns c -! (1 H iltliiore, 1Mr. l;,eorge Vanderb'ltl's soon be eliir-lv recoveredl. They
to conme up an,! It 1 nh,mI h aI f!t~1 ,1',sT m ',.o. a. hit. h ,' a, .. -.:,': - .,, ,. tt,. tra imh eas lergu ss nA h vleMr.
10 co le lipn nd it i r it lop I'.t-ri '1 - :ii. . 7 ^ *-*' '- IIt t -ht loti have as their guests in Asheville M rs.
attendance ill lbe on hand tonight I ho\i,.!on ,li'iv ,,.*1 .' :.l : t '<- !'- ,'i ho t 'lsti ('l_ 'Glnll) bromiler, .I'. (;eorgc Nurney.

Marshal W C ull left yesterday. I o, h^ 1k t l'. I. .11'. lwl f "' C C ;1: >. 1 jg I Sk '.. A .I. at ..Ib Np re'el 0o
for an extended visit to his daught,-r. s ful viii .it the I. i,.'.1 , i f is we
in Georgia. He will first go to (Cov-tI r ..(-, from( tl e s!in l *..(" is -: V, inkg xNcelc ti. \Va .-vaw .iiiurii i.e day ('apt. !.. M.
inglton. Ga., to see Mrs. Foster. i hetil e.Iu though het killed hcalats c.imc .l tj, J'l tt. and i. yhrt \Vw Tha';, a 1oil)'n o',,, citizen, who
to Petoria. Ga.. where hit datigliP. I it is support of this ind ha l ii i'llly like the ,Ilo witlj his i aul d,. ter, Miss
Miss Ma. is liv-ing with her tster. Encourages a pitcher, andl makes ,e ,i.- ili -. sltatiEs il EnanId in tl-u- May Thayer, is -peniiing the sulmllfi?
Mrs. Jernigan. On his rc tuni trip he whole teau play har der. I.W i it. ,i)race i many thois- ii Asheville. This is their second
will visit friends t" Madison. Fla.. There will be another game with't"-i' Of acre, andl nowhere else has summinnier there. They will spend the
and Valdosta. Ga duringg Mr. Bulls lakeland tolday. and( if the jduiy of niiture b)een more prodligal in her coinng whiter in Florida, and a part
abttsence' Mr In assume hit duties as marshal. a good one. But where nattil'te 11t4 h%-i at all nig- We met also in Asheville Mr. War.
Lakeland ... 1 I ii 0 ii itii 1 0--2 gard lly the hand .4f hi't h~as been lay- rein T 0ltzclaw of" Battle Creek. Mich..
M'-r in the city Tuesday on business. Ocala .......... o o 0 0 i o 0 0-l ish in making this estate the hiest formerly of Candler He is there
He has accepted a position as teach- Summary: Sacrifice hit. riower 2. superlatiielyv beautiful ill the world, looking after the estate of his uncle,
, y.r in Crystal River's graded high Hadley, warrantt. Bui1It'4<. Stolen ba- Ri'r" lake, mountain and forest con- the late Fred Gaskill, formerly of
schol for the coming term. His sos, Harris. Hak',. Taylor Double sifC to add to its attractiveness. Ocala. Mr. Gaskill was a partner in
many -ears of excellent service in the plays. W Ibodd-' to Bullock to Guer- The 11'rench, Broad and wanmal'oa the Brown-Miller Shoe Company, the
many ea thio ex'entV nrove him to te rant. Roquemore to Bower. Left on rivers sweep through the valleys of largest shoe store in Asheville.
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Ceuttrfied Jllled1n~~'-H~Ie hilIla Exhilarating iOf I may he pterxitteet
'M oiida y an d1 T uescza .y. III act.,o !5-t h 0 i g h r o. e n fro m off M on-th
club as aI whole is th*.. best seef ~lui rez frmofatkeMo
1 L*- Niiith stretvt park this season. IT*oo. and tIho-v 1blow 14)111 itt!1. .We
Witherspoon Dodge offciatetl dh on* it i., The (I)Olt-st place in Flor-
the mfounde for the locals. and was


steady in l ihe inches. fie had, rhel .
1ntii lun bases in the i'rst andI ninth
ininings, anil re'ir,-d his opponents
without a run. With a little more ex-
plerielict in the box he will lhe hardly
to excel. Yesterday's gaillme was only
his third opportunity, anId hi has cer-
tainly made good.
In the firsT inning, wi.t ILakeland
at the hat. White hit a l(olng fuil to


H-1arris. who too],-it in.


I .lxi lanstT-,,t %4 a lre tE)11n I.i'o..s h or o
andu~ t bert' A-xllay and all night the
wate-r-suilpbir is Spou~tingK from
thess't ountit .!Iin.s andIthe ('it% plays In
thiem uandi 1)-p vbytht-ii
Sweet i,.-is not ?long lli dat
night. bevrf- 'v hwro-?thietoiin ta ni. uot-
13y splas h.- And peaIi#'h ;i' n *'y* 'r*dro)p
(if water that %-11-4i is (ilt a id over
thp i ri !id Iruim- away tin it'-; 1pGlif-
flidness.


was oult. \'Vot to Plalock. Bower hit Sotwthii A, k. iin # % .r% dropt
Ir hat wl w ls qi) from t he foiintl~iEi 01til
for a single pait first iias#' .\ller- th t e II ro h t Iflt s t
t ld r- in fl*, famllis i t-,-lo-ry fieIds It i-; itia-
:.an singled to right field Hadley in ls '-r tilI a-
flinolnd],4. an(] thv y art- imtit l lip the
wvas passed to first on four vid!e tont's. lliK n(l t t
Riggen hit to Hutchings, who threw hanks of Sanford Irrigaoh' Irri-
him out at first. latitiln Ys, that' right (. ot it at
Frrell allowed only six o(f the, l,)- Ihom". Well yoi nistb he stir.' ;itI Ket
:it ( in -otr -tyfion as %4l4. O nf a- n-i:ly If
ils tO gOt (,n base, one on a d)oubtiltil I a
hit byV Bullock, three by bases onl balls Ilyou can.
and two others when runners in front (''elry-fed. and tinged with the
o(f them were retired. He had thei h althful color of the Seattle girl. Mtilss
Lest control ;d greatest spl4I of any Sanford im at borne in winto-r and
pitcher the locas have tt slimmner, and all the time. On the
-,-ainst. north tall palms thickly dot the front
In the third inning. Bullock was and then Lake Monr)e, with the St.
tirst at hat. tie ,it to left field and Johns trail passing through it for
Alderman Tnadit-4a hard run for the miles on miles. To the south and
hall. which he failu-.d to get, taking east is hter wver sweet self. brick and
sval tuis in the attempt. Bul- stone blocks. paved streets. 4 all the
s+-\#-v ,ra] tu m b]ll( s Inl the att,,-.-pt. B ul-
st reet., in Sanford are paved) anti ele-
lock continued his run to third base. strt in sanford arpeaied) and ee-
At+er Blalock was ,e-tirfd, Ford hit gant churchs and residences. On
to While andi Bullock was out at the !the Wst is h Atlantlc Coast lne
plate. Forl stole second, but was around house and the railroad yards.
P T t ort sile eon.1u as
auOht off the l-g shortly tfer whnOut of town are the famous celery
caught off the tiag shortly :nfer when ifed
Bower returned the ball to Ferrell, lils that are making Sanford and
IF!ordafamous.
who played it quickly to Riggin at I F'oia famou
second( base. That \was pretty work. Sanford is a great tourist city, and
soon 1 ,,ie Tha wa prtt 1 \- he iv Lieshrfind
and the locals should take notice. th, Clyde Line is her frtend.
L,,aklanTs 1, i (f in fhe The Chronicle, with Editor Bell at
L~akelandl'. runs came in #he sev-
a-nth inning. whh is .iuiwrstitiously the ink stand, waves its leaves over
t this city of celery and cooling zeph-
o(onaidered tt s- the l ickv inning b)y
a -reat number (Ef teams. And this yrs.
may be true.I as ,an1y gares have Editor Robert Holly will so mn start
bern won on the home grounds in theI a paper there; will soon wet his pen
sov.nth inning. Riggin was struck janti edit the Herald.
A ? ,I ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM.
lit. 1but tIle ball got away from Bul-
lock. Taylor was (out for hunting the THAT CAPTURED FAWN
third strike foul. Ferrell hit safely to ____
right field. Riggin going to third. Col- The following letter, received from
Iri, then drove a hard one to short. Mr. D. M. Bar'o of Cotton Plant, ex-
which took a bad bound over Hutch- plains itself: ,
ings' head, and Riggen and Ferrell , -
crossed the plate. He was advanced ,t, h,, -. V1.-,f nA4.1 nnr-


to third by Donaldson's hit to left,
and crossed the rubber with the third
run when a pitcher ball hit Bullock's
mask.
The locals very much regret losing
the game, but there Is consolation in
the fact that it took a mighty good
team to win from them- The boys
are playing better Iyall eve-y day, but


A Ufi Llltu ] r illur 11. Otl KMi i., l .
In last week's issue you say that
Mr. Chambers, the fire chief, was
given a fawn for his "zoo." Now what
tU people of Cotton Plant want to
know is, who had the right to give
him the fawn? And by whose author-
ity does he keep it? Has a fire chief
greater privilege under the game law
than a farmer?


THE_


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THE OCALA BANNER BRYAN AND THE NEGRO VOTE 'After the Black Vote' are some of the THE PRESIDENT'S "WAR POLICY"
- -- captions put upon the stories from -
SIn his Macon speech Mr. Watson Lincoln, and the editorial comments A writer in the New York Evening
PRANK HARRId. lifer. claimed that Mr. Bryan was playing thereon. Tom Watson, although the Post denounces the "vicious" in the
P. V. Lvsngod, B-- ine- Manager. "fast and loose" on the Brownsville joyful recipient of any negro vote that president's speech at Newport. in
- affair, and while he had held up the will come his way. is shocked. Other which he strongly advocatedi a bigger
President's hands in some of his other c-orgians are shocked. The News navy.
^ policies he studio!,.iy avoided pra'is- rnTd Co'ier of Charleston. S. C.. is This writer says:
ing him for the br\tve s'anid he t')o hoek-d and alarmed. 'In our nlain All the well-tried wires and lever.
^H^^^IIC on the Brownsville "shioot-up.' :n!-: )'raps brutal opinion, negroes and switches that stir a mighty peo-
lBltL ~ Mr. V'at .on thea;ens 0o "s)ok' a".- ;:3- i.eirable democrats.' it says. ile to mighty clamor for a migh.t y
CS Mr. Bry-n out on *1,S anattr. so )ita'- \\- diff,!r from the Charleston paperr navy were consummately hanilld,.
5 ly i-ery i .t:fnl to So'Itoe'n -voteor. il. a iil Tom Watson: we prefer to stand The powerful navy that is the le.k-
i \ f he says. i! t., -si-, to do so. v ,,. Alexand-lr Stephns and .John 1B. uari'aree of peace. the shame ot
m \ S Since M:'. Warton ': .;ron -,i) .,'cV (,or,,,n of Georgia. \Vade Haml)ton. ,.ailig imperial resl)onsi)iliTies. the
\ ^ trhe Charle'ton New ;n oi:;i ,-r hils (;-n,,ral Bratton and Jolhn Peter Rich- (anr o f lbinig rich anti unarnie ..
Your fag and my flag. and hon it 1;e-co tl ,t ossi a..;ip.,i- !!s : ai'i I.on ot Sor h Carolina. and Ze i) lthe P'ili-pines. Hawaii. OCiba. the
today; 'him in ilsw okingsN M-. lr\:i .-;: 4 .. 1 1 1f"ind %l Mt. Ransom of Ni'- h 1 nama canal, the Monroe loctrine-
In yur land and my land and ha!ft'i. no on t thes well-tnil kettle-
world away; s dtiflrritathet-k ap v*rrnpa honv.md iIt'o
Rose red and blood red its stripes f<'r- ,-dIiverance on th`. s j r.'i-shr:,-j negro in 1S7 an' ISlN. irains in the stirring symphony of
ever gleam; Ti .~ oli:.a i lIIiCit9ten-in~Ii i~ufailed to cole initoi-ria
in o w w white and soul w hite, th e g ,.) i ""- w i '- "w- ... : and " .
forefathers' dream: "" I\.. .' ii') riIh: i) a.--o a '- ainy r<1,, to a- tihe ,orr;i:pt ,repiblicani -onl,)roi s )eating The weakling and
Sky blue and true blue. with stars thi, p)rom, ,-omi Mr. Taft as to ,h itr he1w party and to vote the lemocritic tick- `h ,o(llycodille, tasily identified uii-
gleam aright; ,- , h. g.a.,n w
The gloried guidon of the day, a shel- il ) with. ne'o qi. ion i. he H'ow n4)'oes ha-ve lee'n unifornii i* his w disis as the man who-
ter through the night. snal! be el ctrd. But the qif ioUad (oneiemnei fto' aiheriinig to the reuil)- h',ts "soft." was appropriately niautiled1.
Your fla and my flag and we have ask,,l Mr. Bryan ar'-ntire- lican party!t- ra,,,'l about )by the hair anlil tossed
Your flag" and my flag, and oh. hi)w '" "" "" '" '""' '".."'
much it holds! ly proper in vi-w of the nrlation of The writer, in plysing rhrounh :ti, '"
Your land and my land secure withi'-i the south to hint and it.- particular Jacksonville the other daiy. accidlent- rom he iol)son j)oii )t f vi-ew the
Its folds;
Your heart and my heart beat quick?'- responsibility for his nomination at ally mnet the Rv. WV. A. Dicherson, pre-ident no doubt male a "'bully
at the sight; Denver. We have asked him there who stands So high in colored Mason- 1!p'ch" and in its maker's eye was
SUn-kid blue d and wind-tossed the red questions bearing directly upon the ic and church circles in Florida. It also most pl)easing.
and blue and white;
The on flag, the great flag, the flag f.-r negro in the south, namel.. if elected will be remembered that he was a The wrirer in the Post, continuing.
..me and you; president. first, will hbe attempt any delegate to the St. Augustine republi- says:
4OoriSed all else beside.. the red ani"h ioieti. o .)rnabg
white and blue. interference with the conditions of can convention and headed a contest- "The president is not often ambig-
--- - negro suffrage in the southern states: ing delegation to the Chbicago conven- uous; but he unwittingly proclaims
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1906 second, will he make any effort to re- tion. undoubted truth when he d-eclares er-
^^_^______ ___ store the negro soldiers who shot He says that as a rule the negroes roneous "the theory of certain of our
up' the town of Brownsville. Texas. are oposed to the nomination of Taft fellow citizens thlat we can perma-
Now someone has b named him to the service: and. third, will he ap- and will carry their opposition to the nently follow a policy of peace with
AfralW-of-Hi-Platform Taft. point negroe to official places n the. polls insult." Of course you can't keep on
pointt ngros t ic'al plaesin the.pols.
federal service, meaning the federal The Rev. Dickerson is himself ad- insulting the nations of the world
Ricard Croker says that Roosevelt service in the south. He can answer vacating the election of Mr. Bryan. without goading them into war at last.
Is "all right for writing books, but these questions for himself, and the He says that the negroes hold the I "t is absolutely necessary that if
no ort of aman for president." white people of the south have a balance of power; that they have per- we claim for ourselves the right to
right to know. That is all." mitted themselves too long to be choose who shall come here. we shall
Edison is having about the same The Columbia State says that Mr.: mere "hewers of wood and toters of 'e in rtrimn to ul)ho! .that right if any
Crience that others have had in Bryan needs no "smoking out" on the water" in the camp of the republican power challenges it." No names are
the matter of build. His $"1000Co" Brownsville affair, or on the negro party: that they have bean fed too mentioned, please take notice. Of
create house is to ecot about $2400. question generally long on the "crumbs of promises" course. Russia's efle-t may attack us

That Pittsburg woman weighing The State quotes Mr- Bryan's posi- held out to them by the republican f w' shut out the .lews, _usrria-Hi:n-
610 pounds. whose low-r limb is 85 tion on the Brownsville affair from party. and this year they- )rop)ose to garys fleet may attack us. Roiumania's
Inches. In c.-rcuf e op et the Commoner made soon after that rebuke it by voting the democratic fleet may destroy oliur Panama canal?
.. ..- - % n 11,if %nA .h fnlla-,i tfirir h.t th- nhnt thp t.id thh ah i o h nLoa\" say rhat Ho-)son i. not tell-


te sheath gown.

The development of the watercress-
growing industry in Dorset, England.
is enormous. One (prm alone employs
40 persons in picking, packing and
preparing the cress for the market.

The Charleston News and Courier
sedately remarks that the sheath
gown, with slits, should be adopted
for the young man who grows "too
big for his breeches."

Atter a lencthy trail on a charge of
hazing at the Annapolis Naval Acad-
emy and suspension by the examin-
iag board, President Roosevelt rein-
stated eight cadets last Saturday.

The Florida pa0ulists are trying to
get up a convention. Wonder how
of them voted IS In ouar democrat-
ic)XIMary. Bat a poullst "do like to
w~."-4uIScy36uoR*l

eouge up the4 a bit, boys and
kler slow the tefs down a bit.
be New York World shows signs of
w ng to climb abtard the band
gason.-The Georgian.

The notcatiUon committees of the
natiosial political parties remind one
of the neighborhood "surprise" par-
ties. They ask the man who is to be
tiled when he wants to be "noti-
fied."

The Boston Transcript says, referr-
ing to the nomination of Hisgen on
the IndepeOdence party ticket: "This
Is the first time since Butler that
Massachusetts has had a presidential
candidate."

The Independent party is a misno-
mer, lan that It is said to be entirely
dependent on the dough-bag of Wil-
lam Randolph Hearst. Unless maybe
It means that it is independent of any.
one else's money.


u c. L &* U m, it L l I. VY 0 tibL II' L I Li t I ltI ,U"IA tI 'l. 11U i l--1 tl t I'IM -
"And still more is it thp duty o1 s)Il-ance of power in Indiana. Ohio, Now
d(tiers, sworn to support the constitu-! York and other states, and the negro
tion and the laws. to assist in bring- vote in theso states may be safely
ing to punishment those who arejcounted on for Mr. Bryan.
guilty of criminal offenses. even j The republican party is unquestion-
though the guilty parties belong to lably alarmed over the attitude of the
the -ame company. The friends of negro, and is about convinced that
the black man, whether they be them-!Ithe negro in the coming election will
selves white or black, can not afford either not vote at all or will vote the
to defend crime or the shielding of democratic ticket.
crime. It may be that the president
has gone beyond his authority; if so. THE TIMES-UNIONS NEW EDi-
the question ought to be discussed as TOR
a legal one. Those who assert the M
moral right of colored soldiers to wills M Bal who has so o
shield comrades charged with a cap- loyally and faithfully served the
ital offense will not give any material Tlmes-Union as its managing editor.
assistance in the settlement of the has been elected president of the Flor-
race question." ida Publishing Company and editor-
As to Mr. Bryan's position on the in-chief of the paper, to succeed the
south's attitude toward the negro, late George W. Wilson. Mr. Ball is a
the State quotes Mr. Bryan as fol- tireless worker and a splendid news-
lows: paper man. He has not only earned


"The white man in the south has
disfranchised the negro in self-pro-
tection; and there is not a republican
in the north who would not have done
the same thing under the same circum-
stances. lhese republicans in the
north who dispute this or say they are
different from the south, either are
not frank with themselves or are as-
suming what is not true. The white
men of the south will not allow a few
men to use the solid black vote to
further their own financial and politi-


cal interests. And that is what was
being done.
"I want to say -right now that the
white men in the south are giving the
Degrees better laws than the negroes
would give to the white men if they
were' making the laws."
The State says that Mr. Bryan had
said more along this line than Judge
Parker or the late President Cleve-
land ever said, and hs utterances
ought to be entirely satisfactory to
southern democrats.
This paper agrees with the state
that Mr. Bryan needs no "smoking
fut"--his position concerning this
question is too well known to give


the honor, but the company could not
have selected a better or more capa-
ble man to fill the important position
made vacant by Mr. Wilson's death.
Mr. Ball is a gentleman of high char-
acter and fully competent for the po-
sition.
When death claimed George W.
Wilson it was quite apparent that Mr.
Ball would be called to the editorship
of the paper. His familiarity with all
the details of every department of
the paper and his devotion to the in-
terests of the Institution being known,
It was generally understood that he
would be chosen to be in charge of
the paper. His personality and the
interest he takes in his subordinates
gives assurance of continued har-
mony. which characterized his late
lamented predecessor.-Metropolis.

ALL TOGETHER


Now is the time for all good men
to come to the aid of their party, and
Gov. John Johnson of. Minnesota. who
was offered by devoted admirers to
the democracy as the very brightest
and best before the Denver conven-
firon Aptatrmiln"1 tht _- i --_


ing the truth, but how shall we hence-
forth lift up our voices against Hob-
son. now that Mr. Roos ve1: has spok-
en and Loeb can not dteny?
Scorn andl fire ar- lo none too harsh
for the hoads of those who venture to
believe that our national defense
rests in something else than the big-
gest navy on the earth. We ar. rich:
other countries are poor. There you
have it. We've got to be in a posi-
tion to lick 'em all. They are fools
and weaklings who believe that good
will toward other nations, and a de-
cent tone in the way we speak of
them. count something towards peace.
They are ignorant or blind who still
cling to the old belief that our geo-
graphical situation forms part of our
defense. They are senile optimists
who believe that in this country there
are vast reserves of strength which
would break out against unjust at-
tack with force sufficient to sweep
invasion back upon itself. They are
bad strategists who insist that Japan
may think twice before taking on a
fight thousands of miles away from
her shores, or that England will hesi-
tate before attacking the nation that
lies south of Canada. It was our
mighty navy of old wooden cruisers
we suppose that kept England from
going to war with us over Venezuela.
A very large cat came out of the bag
when Mr. Roosevelt laid it down that
"to be rich, aggressive and unarmed,
is to invite certain disaster." True, if
you are a rich and fat old gentleman.
and deliberately bit a prize fighter in
the eye. you are likely to get into
trouble.
"Approaching refinement from pub-
lic life has not tempered Mr. Roose-
velt's passions nor sobered his style.
In view of the harm that a speech
like yesterday's may do, it is a pity
that his desire to hunt in Africa can-
not sooner be realized. The president


has not seen fit to take up the neces-
sary house cleaning in the navy de-
partment which real naval efficiency
calls for. He has done nothing to


THE BALANCE OP TRADE

"The completed figures of our for-
eign trade for the fiscal year 1907-08."
points out the New York Tribune,
"shows the largest balance in our fa-
vor ever recorded. That balance is
,().t57.10 :. which ex-eeds by $2.oo,.-
''iI the pheno .:n iae l mar-:ii of the
sealel year l'*4,)-ol. It is a siriking
,*",,iien o' of the general soulndn--[ s ot
inr-m ia! aiili 'ntimtrt'ial con-litioii.- in
;_11S collLntry t'hat in a a )anic" year
'* (i~. imaiitain our ex lport.s at t)op)
iT -s1IT... i ani roll ip i)an liil) unprecelent-',d
!'t',lit abroad, while retrenching in
'w:r imports and exercising other ne-
lnesal'v doniomestic economies. The rush
)t our i)lrodIucts abroad in November.
'f,'n)her, January and February
-',i ir easy to draw on Europe for
',.ii sp,plies to end the currency fam-
.i and tI.at evidence of oui' strength
0 a p"rodiicing and exporting nation,
Srg "'her with the anipliitud of the re-
S-o?,'rctes at the treasury's command,
quickly i kpelledl the fears caused by
11h- hurried liquidations forced last
iear o)i certain interests which had
i,). er-extended themselves in specula-
ti,)n.
'\Ve wore in no such fortunate con-
dirioan in 1892-93. when industry and
commerce suffered a somewhat simi-
lar reaction. In that year our ex-
ports fell off from $1.0310.o00.000 to
$047.000,000, while our imports in-
creased from $827,000,000 to $866,-
,1)1.000. A favorable balance of trade
of $202.000.000 was converted into a
balance against us of $18.000.000. It
wai-s not until 1S96-97 that exports
ro.s- again above the $1,0)o,.0)00.(00
mark. Now, however, exports have
d-ciine1d only a trifle from $l. '1'1 to $l."4'.' )40.iin while imports
I iv, been cut from $2.,Il.'..i))ti to
$ 1,94.)00t.0Oli. W\e retrenched lih-)ic-
ally andi successfully this time. andl in
six months have recovered fairly well
from the effects of the October panic.
Foreign trade will not reniain at a
standstill as it did for tour "ear_ af-
te 1 IS92-9:'. Thi're are inmic~ i(i;nn i
area'ady that th' (.h'c- ; I(" t'i- Ooo "I
panic has been )overconoe and that rih
new year will show a development ini
harmony with that of the long array
)f prospl)erous vears since .97." -
(Greenisb)oro News.

MR. BRYAN'S CABINET


The campaign guesser has started
the ball rolling by guessing the cabi-
net members of the Bryan administra-
tion. Here is his list:
Secretary of State-Judson Harmon
of Ohio.
Secretary of the Treasury.-John A.
Johnson of Minnesota.
Secreary of War-George Turpr-r
of Washington.
Attorney General-William J. Gaiy-
nor of New York.
Postmaster General-Henry 0.
Clayton of Alabama.
Secretary of the Navy-Theodore
A. Bell of California.
Secreary of the Interior-Thom is
M. Patterson of Colorado.
Secreary of Agricultur._--Cljr.-
Howell of Georgia.
Secretary of Commerce and La'!)or
-John Mitchell of Illinois.

TOM WATSON ON BRYAN

Tom Watson is mor- severe on
Bryan than on Taft because he real-
izes that if Taft is elected the demo-
cratic party will become very much
demoralized and in the re-adjustment
of parties the populist party will stand
some show of a future If, however,
Mr. Bryan Is elected the democratic
party will be given a lease of power
for many years, and the populist par-
ty will be helplessly extinguished. So
there is method in Watson coneen-
trating his heaviest artillery on the
democratic nominee; but. as Mr.
Watson's tactics are thoroughly un-
derstood, his efforts, though studious-
ly planned, will not be very effective.


Now that the governor has return.


ITCHING CURED
With Cutlcura Remedies lI
Three Days After Six
Months of Suffering.
"I suffered fully six months. The
trouble began on my mus min litts
red pimples and it was not long bealw
it was all over my body, limbs, fo.
and hands. It was so bad that I enuld
not reqt night or day and during; n
six months, I did not get a good ngL4's
sleep. I doctored for thrw or tor
months and spent at et twenty dol
lars trying to find a cure but none ould
be found. Then I saw the Cuticwt
Remedies advertised, and th e next dsy
I purchased some for seventy-five c nt
at the druggist's. I u.-d them and I
wasA relieved of the itching in threda=.
and I have never had a sign of any
disease since. The 'uticura Remedies
are the only remedies to use for kids
disea.', they hive cured me and th
will cure others in the same war. J. W.
Bloom, .. R. T---,raphr. Hll'way0
Mich., N,)v. 20 and Dec. 2.). 1906."
Cuticura Remedie' are guarantee|
absolutely pure under th* -Urit"d Stats
Food and Drugs Act.
Compietp #lxtern3l 3ml Intirnall Tr":trm-t Ibr
Every Humor *f lnf.int4 I hil.tr-n. iimt AIi.,ti im
*ists of Cu tiurs A p '-'2 7- 4 I( l' .4 i*, h .4Jif
('1tl,.Irs Ointment I .50C., to H.-xt i I .ic;n. .m l(*i-*
eur& RA ioivent '5c.'. ,or In tbe rm of r h,-'tiU
C(.) u d P1i,. 25e. per vial of 60 to luritry l t.- BImwL
S)id tbromxho'lt the werld. Pouttr I)ri &( Clem.
Corp ,so,- Prope.. Bos,,,n. M,'
eiMaited Yro, C.llA oo ilia LUtI

HUMPHRIES FOR PRESIDENT OW
THE SENATE


.Joe Humphries of the Bradentown
Journal is mentioned prominently as
president of the next senate. Mr
Humphries has received the endorse-
ment of his district because of ser-
vices well performed, and that should
go a long way toward entitling him to
the honor of presiding over Florida*i
higher legislative body.
But beyond any local endorsement,
which might well be attributable to
partisan feeling or personal affection.
is the fact that Editor Humphries baI
always proved himself a friend of
Florida whether it were in the col-
umns of his exceptionally stron
weekly or in his utterances as a pub-
lic servant in the council of th
stare.
The Tribune believes Mr. Hum-
phries would make a presiding oflcer
in the senate of unusual force and i
selection for such a high place woel
be only a just tribute to one who bm
devoted his best years to the mater-
ial and moral betterment of his
state.-Tampa Tribune.

The sheriff's office on Wednesday
arrested C. A. LeHardy, the central
Lemon street grocer, and late unsuc-
cessful candidate for county tax as-
sessor, on the charge of selling liquor
in a dry county. The charge was
made by Chief of Police P. M. HagaA.
who is to furnish the witnesses to
make good his charge .-Palatka
News.
This is the same LeHardy. who dur-
ing Marion county's wet or dry ca-
paign wrote quite a good deal for
publication on the subject. Judge
Rowton put him under $20) bond for
appearance before a grand jury.


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"Politics Is the greatest game on
earth," says a candidate who never
tried to speak in opposition to a cc -


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IfiTIJ'S ORDER


WAS:'CUTICU '

For a Bad Case of Eczema on Child
-Suffered for Three Months-
Disease Reached a Fearful State
-Pain and Itching were Terribie.

CURED AFTER OTHER
PRESCRIPTIONS FAILED
*
"Whdn I was *mtirl I yIWr,4 tr'.iNo.
with eczema forahoput Lthrp. ::i.,ft.. j
was all over rny fact ani co vt-ro-qi n.*arly
all of mny hoad. It r-a-ht l .'i,141 a 4tate
that it was ju-t a large .scab all 'v'r,
anti the pain and itching w.-r,- t#mo
I doctored with an able ph .vi'ian f.r
some time and waq then advi.-4 hb him
to us* the Cuticura to*medlit whu'h I
did and I was entirely (jr-'.J. I h .,
not to-pn bothered with it sine-e. I 1&t
Cuticura Soap and C'uticura ointnnn;
but do not know exactly how much ws
ur.#ed to complete the cure. I can -;af4
say that C'uticura did a lot for me. Mufj
Anabel Wilson.. North Branch. Mi.h.,
Oct. 20, 1907."










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THOUGH THE VALLEY OF 1te(
SHAOON

"Yes though I walk through the
valley of the shadow of death, yet will
I fear DO evil; T.y rod and Thy staff
shall comfort me."
Feebly tottering beneath the cruel
weight of Time's down-pressing hand,
a diminutive old negress shambled
along Bay street, struggling with a
bundle of laundry the size of which
made her appear all the more dimin-
utive Her eyes wandered searching-
1i trom fa(-e to face. portraying the
longing of a heart that tolt the need
of friendship, and the light of kindly
r,-cognition front the eys of thile hur-
4 trying passerby.
Finally the weight of the huge bun-
dle be came too much for the old ne-
gress. and she Iplumped it down along-
side the writer, and seatedl herself
thereon "When Ah stated out.-


went out from the quiet home. an-
swering the call of the cities that lure
man on with the light of hope and
grind the vast majority into restless
oblivion.
One day I received a telegram an-
nouncing mammy's serious Illness,
and although three days distant from
home. I made my way to the old wo-
man's bedside as fast as the iron
monsters of commerce could carry
me. I reached the humble cot just
as she was passing, and with an ex-
pression of tender love and recogni-
tion in her faded eye.i, she pas.sed.
"Yea. though Ah walks through do
valley ob de shadder." she murmured
-but the verse was completed acrosss


th


platform contains an undeniable-state-
ment of the amazing increase of the
national wealth and available mater-
ial resources during the very years
when the people were suffering most
from intellectual famine. This is
worse than physical famine, because
the effects of physical famine are
transient if it is relieved in time, and
not permitted to kill: while the effects
of intellectual famine, of the depriva-
tion of boys and girls of the education
which should train, broaden, improve
and steady their minds can be over-
come never, ever, never.
No matter how wealthy the illiter-
ate children of the United States may


be in later life.


through fortune's


e river." chances or changes, their money will
If the restless millions of "edlucat- never buy back for them the years,


(Georgy.?" "Yes. mammy." I replied. e.l" and "intelligent' people but pos- the playtime, the school time, the op-
"but it has been a long. long time sessed that de-ree of abiding faith, li port unities o' their youth, store their
,inpc. as a boy. I meandered and what a different world this would be. mninids with 'i,,, knowledge which they
dreamed along the 'old red hills.' I've -F. .. itrfft'ake" in .Jacksonvill N Me- havo no; b,-,n allowed to acquire, or
been thinking of going back to stay i rT'p)o:i- form their rains to the habits of cor-
for years, but somehow I get restless re-ct thought which have been inter-
when I go back and break out into WHY JAMES LEE GOT WELL 'f.red with. ,Ve have heard one of
the world again." t he richest :ton in the nation say.
"El dis nigger eber git,; back ter Everybody in Zanesville. 0.. I.nows'with obvioi's and unaffected sincerity,
de ole plantation." she sighed. "dev Mrs. Mary Lee. of rural route S. She that he would give a great deal more
won't be no trouble about mewrites: "My husband. James Lee, than half his fortune if he had the
won't be nstayin" firmly believes he owes his life to the
dar. Ah reckon de plantation hain't use of Dr. King's New Discovery, mental training of the "boys and
whut hit wuz. though, an' de only way His lungs were so severely affected girls in the sixth and seventh grades."
fer me ter git back is ter dream at that consumption seemed inevitable. This man knew his life had been
aight or wait till I gits ter de home when a friend recommended New Dis- narrowed, knew he was cribbed, cab-
igt or wai ti its tr e o cove-rv We tried it. and its use has
above, which Ah aspectss looks jes lak restored him to perfect health." Dr. ined and confined, a mental dwarf on
Georgy when de cotton fields am King's New Discovery is the king of a mountain of material wealth, con-
white". throat and lung remedies. For coughs scious of possession, possession, pos-
The established bond of "fellow a4d colds it has no equal. The first session, and of Inability to appreciate,
fe eslingishg e bont he "eillew ze dose gives relief. Sold under guar- .
feeling" gave the wrinkled, weakened antee at Tydings & Co. drug store, understand or use possession. There
relic of older days a foundation for 50c. and $1. Trial bottle free. m was a torment worse than that of Tan-
Stouching" me for 10 cents, and the talus. In order to protect innocent
last I saw of her she. bundle and all. MAYS MAY WIN OUT boys and girls who under republican
was aboard a car. and bound for Riv- conditions would have to suffer both
eraide Park. "Gawd bless yer, hon- A report reached Jacksonville last from poverty and ignorance-for not
ey,' ab? murmured before leaving, night that Judge John W. Malone of one in a million overcomes the for-
"Ds ole nigger am on de journey, an' the second judicial circuit had decid- mer condition unless, like the ignor-
she'll moon be dar. Ah'll suttenly be ed that the third congressional district ant rich man who talked with us. he
0"n when de time comes, too. 'cause executive committee had no right to is one of "fortune's favorites." it is


whem Ah thinks about dat verse In
de Bible about de 'valley ob the shad.
V der ob death' Ah ain't scairt ter go."
The blindly trusting faith of that ig-
Snoramt old woman took me back
through the years to childhood, bring-
tag me tender memories of the day
when I Brat heard that verse, which
has comforted thousands In the last
hour. and of one who passed serenely
into the unknown with the words of
the verse on her lips And I envy the
old negres for the faith that will light
bher way when she enters the "valley
of the shadow." as it did for another
of like kind who had gone on before.
I was a very little boy then. and
had reached that indescribably grand
and Important era In life which comes
when a boy dons his first pair of
trousers. My! but I was king that
day. and had no humbler or staunch-
k er subject than old black mammy.
Srwho insisted on taking "mah chile"
to "mah church" with her. The church


go behind the returns, and that the
action of the committee in declaring
J. Walter Kehoe the nominee of the
democratic party for congressman
from the third congressional district
was null and void.
If the report relative to the decision
of Judge Malone is correct it is very
probable that the committee will ap-
peal to the supreme court from the
decision of Judge Malone. and then
will come up a test of th- constitu-
tionality of the primary election law
of the state.
Some well posted politicians and
some who have taken very- little part
in politics, hold that once the su-
preme court is called upon to pass
upon the constitutionality of the state
primary law, it will be a death blow
to the law, but that remains to be
seen.-Times-Unlon. July 30.


FOR SORE FEET


the duty of all Americans to entrust
to democratic patriotism the care of
the country which., among all its
achievements, has none greater than
the production of the American bal-
lad. "Home. Sweet Home." It is the
duty of all good Americans to save
the land of Home. Sweet Home. and
keep the little "kiddies" at their
mother's apron strings and in the
school room and out of the clutches
of the beef trust, and the steel trust.
and the coal trust. They can save
and protect the home-land and help
restore three million toiling children
to their nurseries and schools by for-
getting past political prejudices, if.
indeed, they were swayed by any. and
by giving broad-minded, hearty. Amer-
ican support to William Jennlngs
Bryan, defender of Home. Sweet
Home.-Los Angeles Herald.

SHE LIKES GOOD THINGS
Mrs. Chas. E. Smith of West Frank-
lin MT Ia n v Cr-. "I lilu crr- A thinore


could not fairly be attributed to any
such cause. But the fact that it came
during a democratic administration
was accepted by a great many as
proof that it was caused by the demo-
crats. By the time a new president
was inaugurated the dull times had
run their course, and prosperity
speedily returned. That the panic
and the recovery happened to follow
close upon a democratic and republi-
can victory was a mere coincidence.
,-,n tho 7#1' ha qn,*.v m" :h ,-v,...A


heights and her heavy hand down on DEMOCRACY AND HOME A WORN-OUT CONTENTION
the pickaninny's head. The last act -
did end the meeting, causing mammy John W. Kern. democratic candidate In spite of the attempt oy Judge
to be afterwards tried by the church for vice president, says the party will Taft to make his speech of accept-'
on account of her fractious spirit. Be- score a signal victory in November. ance conciliatory and at least appar-
ing practically leader of the church, Republicans who give their politics ently fair. he falls into the old plan
she came "through the shadow' with instead of their country the first place of claiming prosperity as the neces-
flying colors, however, in their loyalty fail to see any reason sary effect of the success of his party.
Years afterwards, suffering from an for this confidence. They think Mr. and business disaster as the sure at-i
attack of nervous prostration from Kern is "talking for effect" when he tendant of democratic success. I
overwork on metropolitan newspa- says democrats will win. But he is inj This pretense has done ,uty eox-
pers. I managed to get back to the !earnest. an, y on shall see that he is tensively in recent years, and for a
little mountain hole in North Gtor- a true lprophet. Democrat: will win time it wa. SU)Ipportel by a series of
gia. where for weeks I iovere, be- lecau.-e th e itmocratic l)latform is a fortunate accilients. To he sure, 'he
tween lite and death, the vi'cti, of sane and soi'ldi document, a leclara- conteintion of repulnli(can suc('ss is al-
typhoid tev-r. None worked harder ltion of intentions, plans and! princi- ways followed bIy I ood tiinne. had,
or ny comfort andi recovery than idles hich breathe the very -spirit of othing to support it. The repiibli-
mannyIl. l)it it was i, thought that ,I Aniericanisni., aid revives the hopes Icans won in 1P 72 by a great majri.
would l*.ave the "\ale of Tear'" lone of many good ciiize.ns who had boegnil and ye? the panic of the next yeart
brijb; spring lay t.,) think tlie day was over when tree- was tremendous, and the inull times
"'H<,et chile,'" wl.is,.r..rii fmanii.iy. hdom was thet only ruler in the I'nite,li lasted for half a dozen years., with. nu-
when I templorarilv 'y reco()ver'ti fm i States ani to believe he tyrant, nier'ous b)ankrul)tcties and all sorts )of
deleirium. "Ah been prayin' tei, yo' all I. had tis'irped bthr p)!ace. They financial wrec-s. But this was a geu-
night. an' Ah Ilieve yer gwine ter ,egit will wiln l .:ezilis tlhe republican plat- oration ago. and is renmmtl)erei ini-
well: bu: Ah wants ye,- te r rememnelwr i rti0 ril is a: iIsoillnd documennT of perfectly by the mass of The popula-
lat vers,, in ,ie Bible: 'Yea. thoulih ;dyIoultlil lnIsan ievoidi ,t wisdol, tiolln.
Ah walk through ,ite valley. ob dei weak in pati"i)timni. strong io n p)iani'r- Fifteen years ago the panic came
shadder oh death, yi" will Ah tear n1 in)g 1 r lprivil-4e. and in essence and harl after a democratic triumph, Just
evil. '" effect, a bIull-healed. dogmatic asser- ais that of -s7:: came after a rppubli-
Thanks to miammy's lprayr:- and tion that whale er is is right when it can victory. Moreover the panic of
good attention I did not pass througli is republican. and because it is re- 1S9:, came before there hal! been any
the "valley of the shadow. but again publibicanl. Incidentally the republican legislation by the democrats, and


Opposite


Postoffice


W, E DUBOSE


Floors


INSIDE AND VENETIAN BLINDS


BURROWED' RUSTLESS SCREENS
30 DAYS F REE TRIAL
11 II I


S. A. RAWLS TALKS ABOUT CON-
VICTS



IlI t "Ie I o 'vS"le oau LIIIUn UIi-I.I C CU
without any change of parties, though Startling revelations brought out
the country declared against the re- by the Georgia legislature in investi-
publicans in 1S74 and 1S76. But the gating alleged abuses in connection
coincidence of these events was for- with the convict lease system of that
tunate for the republicans, and they state have naturally brought into gen-
got the benefit of it. eral discussion the matter of abolish.
All this. however, was changed last ing the system in Florida. which many
year. The republicans were in pow- have long favored.
er in all departments of the govern- Conditions in Florida however, ap-
ment and yet a panic came on. They pear to be entirely different from
insist that they were not to blame for those existing in Gerogia, particularly
it. but certainly they were as much as the system does not offer the same
to blame as were the democrats in chances for graft and political trick-
1S9. They had already announced cry as that of Georgia, prominent offi-
the rule that republican success cials of which have been brought into
meant prosperity: republican defeat decidedly bad repute by disclosures
adversity, so they were stopped from made. It is also generally known that
saying the panic had no partisan bear- the authorities of Florida enforce bet-
ing. They had insisted to the contra- ter treatment of convicts than those
ry for many years, and were so com- of Georgia.
mitted to a principle which the busi- Rawls Talks Interestingly


ness reverses showed to be untena-
ble.
In spite of this demonstration of
the falsity of the republican conten-
tion, the party's candidate for the
presidency comes forward and insists
that democratic success means disas-
ter, while republican success means
prosperity. This contention Is out-
worn. Not only are the facts of long
ago opposed to it, but recent events.
contemporary history, show it to be
unfounded.-Louisville Courier-Jour-
nal.

A FAITHFUL FRIEND

"I have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since
It was fi.'st introduced io the public
in 1872. and have never found one
instance where a cure was not speed-
ily effected by its use. I have been a
commercial traveler for eighteen
years, and never start out on a trip
without this. my faithful friend," says
H. S. Nichols, of Oakland. Ind. Ter.
When a man has used a remedy for
thirty-five years he knows its value
and is competent to speak for it. For
sale by all druggists, m


W.


H. MORELAND KILLED
HIGH SPRINGS


AT


High Springs, July 29.-W. H.
Moreland. a drummer for the Ridley-
Williamson-Spain Company of Atlan-
ta. Ga., was hot and killed by an un-
known man on a prominent street
here tonight at II o'clock.
Mr. Moreland arrived in High
Springs today and rented a vacant


room in one of the stores of the town


Owing to revival of discussion by
abolishing the lease system in Flor-
ida a Metropolis representative this
morning called on S. A. Rawls. head
of S. A. Rawls & Co.. lessees of the
state convicts, who was asked for an
expression on the subject.
"Of course the situation In Georgia
has to a great extent revived the talk
of abolishing the system in Florida,"
said Mr. Rawls. "and I do not see
how this could be otherwise, for con-
ditions in our neighboring state appear
to have reached the limit in every
way. The principal cause of com-
plaint in Georgia is the graft feature,
about which I have had knowledge
for several years, and I have known
for a long time that startling revela-
tions would eventually be made. As
the lessees pay all salaries, however,
making the payment of a salary by
both state and lessee impossible, the
chance for graft in Florida is cut
down to a decidedly low notch,
Invites Inspection
"The people of Florida may rest as-
sured that no such conditions prevail
in this state." continued Mr. Rawls,
"and I cordially invite any newspaper
reporter, state official or private citi-
zen to investigate every feature of
the work of S. A. Rawls & Co., and I
will personally aid in such investiga-
tion and have all my employes to do
likewise. You will find conditions far
different in Florida from those in
Georgia."
That few occasions have arisen for
criticizing the manner in which, S. A.
b 0_ fl J _- A & U 1_.-2_ --


mm t Ia~ofLutheI4-EIWS




be mm anketpf. d


JERRY BURNETT,


Mercljnt Tailoring

OCALA, FLA.
Finest Imported and Domes-
tic Clothes
CUTTING A SPECIALTY
FITS QUARANTrEO

NclVUR and ACIA?
.-F- o i -


FUNERAL


DIRECTORS
-I
Have a full stock of Uo.fll- 4.a441
*od Buriral Outfits. special giveim t
Burial serrioe.
EmblMl g t o Ordr

FOR SALE-420 acres hai e
and pine land, 1 3-4 miles from
tion. Also about 200 acres of impro-
ed pine land, with a good mereanUle
business. Reason for selllnff: Unabl
to attend to it. Inquire J. M. LUdde.l
Santos, Fla. 7-3-4t

We will sell you a first class ramor
for $2.50. and guarantee it to be OM
class. Use it for thirty days, and if
you are not satisfied, return it and gt
your money back. The Corner Dru-.
Store. 7-24-tfw.

EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS

The regular uniform state examina-
tion for teachers will be held in ocala
commencing on Tuesday at 9 o'clock.
on September S. 1908.


TI)ere's No Use Arguing


About Millinery!

S. It will pay you better to come
( in and see what we are offering;
oV011 will then concede that we
SH have the most complete line in
p the city. and then, too. we are
preparing to clear our store for oar
e a fall goods, and the prices have been
^ Reduced to Actual Cost on all Trim-
,Sf 'li 4g me.l and Unrimmed hats. Our stock
ot Trimm,'h',. Rihbon4-. Etc.. have
alko been reduced in price. If you
"4 L will call you will certainly see what
vou want, and aiso save money by
Sbhuying here.

Low Prices Will Prevail Only During August


MARY AFFLECK
OCALA'S3 FASHIONABLE MILLINER


the mumbled, "dat washin' was
mighty heavy, hut now Ah believes
it weighs a thousand poun.id. Hit slu-
tenl3 am time dat dis nigger was
through carrying" clothes fo' tie white
folks. but ef hard times don't en' soon
Ab reckon dey'll be a bundle ob duds
on de hearse dat ain't been sent home
when dey take me ter de graveyard
and puts me under de grass: an' dat
won't be long, nuther.'
"Mighty hot weather to be carrying
around such a bundle, isn't it. aunt-
ie?" the writer asked.
"Hit sho am. chile." was the reply.
"Ai when Ah sees dem street cyars
whizzin' ter Riverside Park, an' me
harin' ter walk along de streets, hit
abo" do git hotter an' hotter. Hit
makes me want ter ride on one ob
dem ottermobubbles, but Ah am sho'
scairt ob dem things."
The old woman was silent for a
time. nothing being heard above th,,
roar of the street except her labored
breathing. But finally, after gazing
steadily at the writer for a time, she
asked: "White folks, ain't yo furn


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Hardwood


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Ocala Houso Week





damages sustained to said road. north 57 degrees, west 4V links, southeast.,rly direction to the Baptist Wltln Tls lJ(oa. chairman B R Blith an S (rn-
01' iare~bf, t North The tax c((Il4e'tij' -lr irt'su ti-this -carlB .mthaa 15 ;'n
Chany Hope of Iev.e FlMida. w'h1)thence north 22 degrees. IS chain. huich vicinity thereof, at Northt e i;^ ;, his1-
sthecare of anidte onr Lak( V'ir', runiiuig through sections jb'ts fa r settli-twiiet. wl,t ,',tp'in 1 h1 thanu jiresent.
a the care of an idiotic woman, thence in a norhweterly ircion. 33. 4 in tnili) 1. suth range htoar cai'fully examliiil ail ci- Minutes of the last meeting w re
placed in her care by the board, ask- parallel with the Florida Sonrh ern R. 24 ta.t-t, it1 sc.tiiIlls ,It, :In( twof. in lare11 the lit, and allowed the same, ra and approved.
edt for additional remuperalton :for R.. a7nd 45 fee from center of said ttiwnslip 17 south, rage 23. east. anal Sr1d the clerk t, crdit the h superintendent reported th
the woman's maintenance. The board railroad tracks, to the west br1undary which Twtitirni, under tihe rule was said c4dilt'ctil ,ri ai'tc ,4ounief said list C
Siai! '' ('I until Ihl. eating inI S .p- 1 the a 111 lunts so r, ,irted, he had contr acted with Mr. W. ..
increased the salary already given of section 32. township 16. south range t,, r I(.t. It a, n mti ,.l,.. th Blanchard to make all eessary re-
one dollar more. 24. east, thence continuing in a north Pt'iti m heretotfore filed asking the 'Caltaiin 1yles be and he is authrized pairs to the Griner Farm school
It then being five o'clock, the board westerly direction to a IK)int 1 chain boartl tao change the road from Pedro to select and purchase. -a water tank building on the
adjourned lo meet in regular session south of the vortheast corner vf the t Sunllrli.ie-ld: Beginning at a/2 nd the chairman of tils board re-
ts,pfi,i liii.' and running east two quested. Upolin the re"tl-est of Mr. LI, Olt diale with two g(ood coats of paint
in the morning at 8 o'clock, Augas t northeast quarter of northwest quar- iles, flw nn',rth on-nnghalf mile. twoas ius, hard iual iVtes'et-, ot, ifder a for $22.
~- miles antld nor)1tl onle-half mlile. \\.as c iis. hardi r-oad ovtirs i. 10 It 1 or(-r o $..
4. 1908. 'ter of seeion 1. townishij) 16. south, .granted upln condition that the peti- rodler. t'tc. A editionn was lresfnte, to tie
Ocala. Fla_. Aug. 4. 1140S. range 24, ast. tbence 'orth 5 de- tionelrs se. nire the right of way, and The following pt'so)s tiled pettiions lare numbe
The board of county commissioners groes. west through sections :I1 and PIning up the ii-road without expense asking .n'lnits to; scil liluors, wines oard signe y a
ta' the cnt ill h(ltr in this cuty. and the peti- ions of h Magnolia lr
met in regular session on the above ;o. township 31;. soith, range 24, vast. 'IB brti d l io -tmttomorrow Ods tppeairing to be i gl forhe agns te
I board daltj, urnt-d utiliI tt lnliorrOW t i,,:ns ;alt acairingl tap bel( inli-,gali ft ,ru, school, preferring charges against the,
date. Present: Hon. John L. Ed- to a stake near the hayhead in the lti, at eight clock. the. hoard dlirctted the c(1ik to push supervisor happell Austin m k
wards, chairman. S. R. Pyles. C. W. northeast corner of southwest quarter Wedntsday morning, eight o'clock, e(-Ct.-s.aiy YIVit'(s, *iiaiiM'ly":
Turner. J. M. Mathews and N. A. of section 340, township 16. south, R.-ardc 'nvetiedi: all members present. Jhti MLson T"ysll. for District ing th oard to discharge .aid super-
J. '.. .l.,, t ,',,,fnmissi~onr Turner. who No,. 1. visor andl appoint A. B. E Port. commissioners, range 24. east. thenie north 51 3 -44- ". xt-.t 4 Io issi4 nr Turner, w ,-ho No i -o. 1.
.\-w as detained n acunt of sickness. J M rkl. istt No. 1. his place. The matter was ,efe'rre,
Board was called to order by the agrees. west 5S.30 chains to the center 1,, a,.J.aring to the board that ('. R. I'hith(-nithal & HBikert, Dist, No. for investigation until thIl next rnvet-
chairman, and the following proceed- of the eastern terminus of t)liv.r \,Nas a n'(eedy jeison, and tde- I. i. .Prt-clit. District No. 1.
ings had: street in Candler. said point being it serve1 asistanlt'ce at the hands of the I. L. Kteating. dinig business as t a
It was upon motion ordered that chains north of the center of section!1'ord it, red that a nation K.iin '.. Dist. No. 1. A re was before the oal to
Sof live dollars a month be made for I). Hg;an. IDistricti No). 1. establish a school about seven miles
T. E. Pasteur. county treasurer. 25. township 1(. south, range ,r east. liver.
.e ,?.idXiver XV. H. Mills. I)istrict N(o. 1. from Ocala on the Sam Pyles road.
transfer from the fine and forfeiture thence west in center of Said Street .Alr. Quinn. rel)resenting Austin R. V. V'aialnia, District No. 1.
fund to the building fund $120. in Candler to a point 1 (chains west ,thtI-s, if Atlanta. ;eorgia, ap- F. )uk,. District No. 24. um patrons of the Shay
so )10' o r j -, w r ,t ,l t-f ,-i t the b ,,a r~l \\itli h is b ill H a rry P -c ter. D ~istric 't N 2 .s h o p e r d b f r h o r
Bill of Mr. Venable for making fill of a point 4o chains south of Iorth- p, irlytttrfi thti .,,tr uati2 4.fs ciho ol. r nn^n. Dtrt N l .rd before the board andb4
^ ^n~~~~fi T.iymcvine for the- construction of;' W. C o Banlioy. District No. '-A. poetdaantteetbihm
on Big Prairie. on the Stokes Ferry east corner of section 24. towr.hip -, I slt .i britdget. across the Withla- A. H. Rollins, District No. 24.retew
el 1)rioIr $3ci'ow the oithe- A. I-d.Roe6.issoltitricnge."24. lof the new school on the ground that
oad4 for 305. was ordered paid. 16. south. range 23. east. ,.-i,..ht.t. Riveri. the said bridges hay-- J. L. Tr,,tter. District No. 24.
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OCEEDI)NIGS OP BOARD OF 'in the hands of said justice for the south 52 1-2 degrees, west 52 chains. Belleview s:ec.tion, beg t, ay is very The flowing Justices of the Peace
COUNTY COMMISSiONERS appearance of the defendant waiting thence south degrees, west 191.S )u.ch imt,,., (d plysical., ;t not r(l," :t1l ?nf s and c.sts imposed as
on motion for new trial, it was order- chains to the center of the railroad .,-t.ivy Th".- can i,. ,,;ib: but t,1,
Ocala, Fla., Aug. ;. ,',. ed that the said money be refunded track ntar western point of "Y" at :hai i- it a nir:!,ii t .- -.-
The board of county commissionersito G. M. Johnson, and a warrant was lIunnellon. Florida. said point bvir.g In ti-, :.:- ,, i. : : ay1 Mrs. ,
iet on the above date -o:" tl.. purpose ordered drawn upon the F. and F. fl.t 11.4- chains w s\v t (,; he w est i mO d- J.,; n. .:, ", t .,.i n .-
of hearing complains p-rsons wh, a aicresai. ary (f sec-',in 2,. toyvlishi) I. ouuh. .! '';, ;,- ,", '. T:o t an!1-A ;
were aggrieved on account of having' Mr. J. M. Mathew s madk nas 'repor' r.4-, s. te The!'t, sat '2i .4- ;.. ,*, ., -.
tbeir assessments raised by the board ,' the hard road a! Dunnellwn. ,.11, i 11-,. 'a-T 4-. ,, :. ,. I :
at the last meeting. Present H',n. approved the ill o()I Messrs. Annler.- ,. "' nii hI*,, t . , 5
John L. Edwards. chairman: N. A. and Boweli or S:,,1 ,4. h, .o F-',ori.a. T"i ,VA ,;.- .-' . I : ., B, ;:,...,. T,
Fort. S. R. Pyles anI .1 M. MaT hex~ .; The commriitei h"-reT. a . i: j .. i -.'. ': _
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ace. T e bo ri .iviiT a w t' (! t i.l': "e i'.n V fi :l 9H a: P 2Ij1. ''h ..:" .- * .. . -! : , ..
and t ,,- follow ing ,-or l-efilnus wr,' " i !., .r ., .(,';; ,^,^: ( .. .. .- .
had o t in r'.' h a !..' .. Ct i :Hn( v 'r. (I a 7 : . v ,
M r. E 0 r or, it,.y a:.: : ,, : ', . , -:,,li. ,, 3],.-,,,n ."., ." :". ": .. : ... ; ' : -; ,:" '; eTO .'t ;t p sc F a-- ':-- J uly. !508 -

the board an d c-'neiT r :. ,.h ,..; 1 .. ....' .. --, ,1; ,Iii i, it.. .... >,', *,, .: .,h ;i, "," '.W',h; "( -. , .. r 2 : ., "

te t a n dl s-n ]b ,'a T, ;; < + i t~ f^ '" ,, r i ^'* *. "., l .-*; "". ;it i, i!;.: i t .>!: ;i '. 1: ''i-- .u/-. ;;.... 11.,i "it^*; i n ;,., ,- '" .I > i, n '. . ; =

s h i p 1 5> s to u ~ h r ; ; n z :2 4 aa - 1 S ,i i: i ; ..'l ,'.'!" rn ,l ,y t b l \ \. ,o ; : l ,: ; *, ; ;' /: - :t ? : ,\ : .; i \ . . . .1 '. -, -":
acres. T he bo ar, b,.li,,vin = "hb at "h,'r. t('i!'.i'i,..... \ ii*'L !,a v 'it\, Il r* o !( '., ,t I:....- -:!i!!-!). ;;7 'h !, . ", ::^. ,,;- .* '. r '. , .. -,' ,x .,,: . . :,,' -- :
'aS .so m e oqui ty inl .i? ra "1. rodtl, \\- ',IK|", -'.,;r1",-/,v,, ar..i] "i~a -' '!.;I:L,, ), ,', .--, c.i.!,.i .- *, io'V, i-!i}i;. 1 7. ->,'l'h. ..* .., r :.:* ; ( ... . : -- : _:: 2
the assess ent irrini $1'''" TO $7',,,, "!n. :.i ;~ !* (>i:,'- ",vvh;
SM r. W 13. Grey. ii secre', r ni M r. .!ohn L C arn,,\. ap'pf arn d l>,, 'or,., li^'.:*lliln.: froll til,' p<>~iln \\h,.;-,' :i!i, :(> *1. no '!/,, .i s; ,\ ~i'li,-:- 0,! --,(i in ; .S-tt.i ,^ 1.] ,',: ," .. .. . .. -. ',,, : ~_-
the board with their com plaint, an<. 7]. S nim rTit- hl td ard ro'ad in t (T. -"" t. \\-' ;.'"ilp 1]7. .-tii l. r"i1.',i __'-. *;si. .1 .1. ,;rt it" 1 .. .. .... l ," --1 .
verr earnestly ]protestlel aaaintr th, with The 5(1 lth boiinaLrt f t se .tionl i!1tUnt.. ',ininn in a no1 rth 1a.t h ti '" ,(.- ii \V. V .. .... ..,; ,, ... .
raise which had been nmadet by i h, he .,IwnshilI 1K;. ran -e 22. il llnc.' ,tu ,,itiioi nn il it (C'r's \\\ Me(,,hl ,, .;t l ii \- ,;:& ........ ...... 7., N -
board at its last meeting, on tiWira, as- n.-ar said section 1, ni lary '' linher I'On il rilr ,,t h(ii<. property on North Lake Weir. Florida;. Ihe bouindtiarv of The 1 ,lwn of Bell1-- r1lnlling north ;I. h h. IO\n 01" lT.ynlllV- & ,, ...... .... :! ,;,. "- "---
The board, after consideration, r-lucl- view. .onnecting with the Town road 1.\t.vo .0 fth (os o)ffih, at .e, ...
ed the assessments back to the TO th i lim ts, and front, a l)OilT i thent.h f lovin ai travled .l" j l: ', i - . :;: .
amounTs originally assessed. south boundary of sections ;0 and "29. r(oad tot i 1 p. loit \'litrt iM inietr'S -ct-C Th- .1,4i .i,,i,,1 ,, ; .l < i:. ;, ', ,,: "..! :;, :'!. r'.;\I ,'':'1" T- I..I J hi "-
A communication from Mr. C. C. at the east boundary of the town 01f \wih The Suuuninerfiel. I)plhlic road. f,,r 9 -i-ii k an] l,tih i. in -,..;.I ,,f l!-- '" .\; ... \V\,i.' ,. I W". IlTeug-
Cary. protesting against the raise Belleview. rhencv due east (n section Petition \2.1 tilled. ; d undeli'r t1he trict Nuibi i *rf,.-s r(nis,. .,-I V \V. ..k-I ,,'! K' f l. '* \t. H. .
from $70 to $140 on the west half of line to a point *_;'.o feet west of south- ruuless laid ovetr until t ie nexT r'e.gullar It w\as ni>,,nIT m, itn it r1.n -tl t ila.I "1' I,, t.x t. ,.t,,rr r. it>,,, t'l t,,; tdx
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tne northeast quarter, and southeast east corner of section "'s, township I me(tinf ol This hoard. T. I'. a quarter of northwest quarter, except- 16. range 2 thence east approximate- IT apI111'arin to the loard t1at h niake p i)'t,. f t'i i l < Itf>ll,,,l l" ... 11 i I ilt.. $.
ilg six acres sold to Moore. section ly 17 degrees north to a point due west applications ft G. A. Carmichael. of fr,, h, l.'in,. 9tn i t.',,;.iur,, l- in.;. ",A ,l 'I. I,,l/"fl-, ,.nn
was sonp e'wt in hi ca '*. r'afnvd I V- aql'! 111










22, tnw hip 14, south, range 19. of a point il chains we-;t an,1 :;< the Carmichael & Son Company, for $,;-;.t-, an,] Ir, In t,. '-JI*'i,! I,. , t ,.I,,iI '. i t ,, .t, knwI)n ;a th.
east-74 acres, was received and read. chains south of The north-east corner permit tol to li(luors, wines. and beer fund $75.,p nukin.! ak t,,t. l ,, t4.'4I f. $'1 *.l t,,t i I\\ .i .!t i,,tit ,,i \'A; tial.,]
and upon motion was refused, of section 26, township 16, south. in election district number one. was ;and that h, ..-it,,, tri-f,.!r.i,,l t 1 t l' h a t.
1 ., assessment ,fr ll" $i1,0114 to.in r'L 11 ,,ll











A cmmunication from Mrs. L. F. range 2., east. Thence due east to L.t.,, ,,n1.
Mrr.gular in formlan, and it furtheu- appear- the buildingiiii)'11'1S
Marshall complaining about the raise said above point.I ing that the noice as eqire law h i i ..i .l hr xt r,-uiar ; n.etinj in eInti-
< the west half of a n acre of and ad- iSigned.t hai]d been ,tluly given and l)ul)lished, as fhlow: Mr. IP.a It'. Philip b'.f t,, I' hI).,1 ,,'d Sre.t..m.h. sih and
Joining lot Cadwell's ad toala. 0. M. GALE. and that no objections had been filed Whiiiam J. Ma.i', J. .\. A xal, th. T Sitnk ('lk
raised from $300 to oS15m0. was read. P. H. NUGENT. with the board, showing any cause A. R. Griffin. .Aug. 1..t. 19..
a the board believing that the as- li was. upon motion, ordered adopt- why this board should not grant a The( bl,,ltl alpuve'-vi ol't.is f c- ,-. isinr in
eimment was low enough, refused edT. the clerk directed to post notices permit to said Carmichael & Son yin 11,11i tln l ,r, l lit. Ra \\-rk i Di-
ta issue as ftylls)oos- 8. l-'. \V. Eail. Ti I t 'Jhi.-(io :1(a t ..'dt Q 4l Nfti lFla.-
te r est as required by law for the opening of Complany. it is. upon motion, ordered Het. i Mlk.' I 8 4n01it , ). I ..i, l .,,r ,','unty. Fla.l-
Mr. J. W. Hall appeared before the said road. that a permit he. and the same is lu,,ne, J,,h1n A. ovinit, fl .L L 'art-r. l,,,lO,_I. t.-11)1 1,,tfl w .kl lo1,h.
board and stated that he had been The clerk of this board, was direct- hereby granted to the said Carmi- A. '" .Xl<'.\li'hae.. I,'.. I, ",i,,> oI It.,1 Tl*.. frr* dth,-
assessed for turpentine leases on ed to destroy all of the old regisntra- chael & Son companyy sell tiquors, wond t llf ,'. L. Friday ; -,.,,v,,v ,,. .. n
inosix acr s old to oor ect on 7tdgre shnrtlTo aipint du we t tilIiioniit G A ari ich o4 Of fl-1:1 If.h`alv nd lf''qmttlk# P111







1, s r e 9 of a, c ain, ; d :l t &s duly up3and I I Al, with td. i ; n I
lands which he did not own. and also tion books, and advertise the old re- twines and beer in election district j. \lV. \ilsn as sureties. ''(, andl l70l', i ",I t, i*a a'a an14l
for farm lands upon which there was istration safe for sale. number one. Och.la, Marion .ounty. B nld ,f John 1 (;raha-;i ftoi tohe nl '14, I.,'1. 9,1 1 :" ,4 l 'ad lt, a.ti'.I the
no timber, and had paid the taxes The i oonllitt. e'heretofore appoint-'Florida, rrt- al, snaitt-kt.'tiiie p all reub-lit ,^ ,i\, I eibL, I 'ttntana1 .i.-.
thereon. and asked relief at the ed to view and mark out that part of I'i,,,tl motionIt it \twas ,itIi.-, ttthat fuy1s. it|iil'a,\ Jl. with t\ t',. -;t\ .-*,ity 1iai, !o;,i,9- ,1ian ] ti. iti
handss of the hoard. It was ordered the Ocala and l eshurg public r ioad th ', th>notrt lle he a (,req(uiredndedl awr to 'I'e'1" .l, tl tt aiit ;li flij t)t* <'t ,,f
,o h es afo a ceolat ~- Sgei 111-tI\ then 1ily giventi lant* titpublise'ad, M, P]IJwh4 ssieit5 9;.:.:ILv ndi n 'ul'-'







that a rebate of $11.13, the sam e be- from lake W eir to Candle;-. m ade the fl1 :t h 1 (.t- a ti,,le 'f" Jit .9ftih ( te n 51. -f i ht' t he as .nt^t lt tha t ,. nil 'i lit, ash *1'1 ha ija Think
j i i l o 31it. 1".. s C ald l atio lo ia \\. ,r A Lr a n th atat n o'b. e i./hb fi',,d, v l : a k e n al, 'o \-.-
ing the county's part only of the followig report-. H T ,,;t.n,,o f th. w an of th the A minutes of th. last e.fting of the ,,. ,,,
amounts so paid. be grantha to the We the under'signe.d conmissli-o le t ;iiisat. bari d mitittd yea's tax's. hrf'i' if. Ma''9i it ,,l t t" r itl,' tf. :1,. ) ,,.. ; ,. llfi. o- t
said Hall. and a warrant was ordered ers, appointed by your honorable .li"kei ,tt i dtf',.t-I. Ca ,ia k Sfllv.
issued for the same. hoard to siurlvey and mark out the i. t tCp ii.in s.. iho.m t io ,ord er-l den. I.f r eos,'n 1ded. Klt. i '. ,rfa>(),1d.
It appearing to the board tbat the above road. beg to report (hat wet in p.-tititn asking thie hoadl to es- mBil1 ,f ." J. Mu. 'rain-. fA'r $t110 .l ___ .._.____.
Sumner Lumber Companty were bad- have lone so as follows"s trt-blish and ay out a graded hard idilli. Vi'i tr fine. ,l. l te a PROCEEDI.NGS OF BOARD OF PUB-
ly damnaginog the public road, known Beginning in section 4, township 17. surfaced oa',ial inn Marion county.
as the Kendrick and Martn road. range 24. east. at northern terllintus) ei) tn'da, as tadlbewsr : "i1eeda llatirl it wa.s tl,,-rd that LI ----CTO
eg'!inulixlg 4111 the" n,,i'thei,'n it, iln(|iau'y lIii. clerk rt'tllif'.st A.ustinl \VX ston O aa lA g ,h.
with their log carts, the lerke was of thai part of said road heretofore ieit. .f se-tion :"i, townshilp 1. south, t' onl itl. 'hifoag,,. Liitit-l, To hii Oaa. Fla Ag. .
directed to notify said company to chartered, said point being it a stake rai t' efhei east. ast el po-,int where satid t,, .ohi 1: E*1''d, l t lniidhevera,
place sai !sd in good rair at onoe in the intersection of Oran.e avenue t,'t'ti,,n Iii hlin,. is init&rr5('ttd by aast,'rn ,ir of conty Floida let
Paribebuitadpadlintxe fethe wnfBell- I itt'htr. ari,! tw,, irc gr'a&t r, upon) anal for Mar-ioni county, Florida. niet
Sto parts damaged by the log artts. and Bay street, plat of Weir Park bou r yl thereabouts thence fBm tn s itli ft.th tis rh ay of August 19s. in
or they would e caiedI- upon for town, Lake Weir, running thence staid tint itf beginning in a general i1n.thy'i. little. y.,,ililnuiit'iat ,li on i' regular session with Isaac St.viis


averageg o, f l!1",. ,i l e $;,, a ,'
!ter 5C';7. which rhe ,'t,,in'\ -' ,
received tile tirsl' .' I.,' ,.,
that the "siat' i.- ,.CA '. .
for junior alin l s4et!ir ,IL'h -' ... r.l.
Srnral g 'adtet4 -, 'j I0, ., ..." -. I,
ter 2. the i : f .
the, total da 'iT!'wi XM '' ,'
From the -tat,. '', T ,' ,
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I- n less th t iti- 1 ', . '1 '
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villk" school, but as there are not
enough scholars to make the requir-
ed average the b)oar.i a',irIpria'd
$Us per month *o conv,- y he ( ildr- n
TO \Veirsdlale anad gr-an:e,-l the 'rust--;
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tra(.t f)O c,,nvfv rht t .h' IItr, tl ra lil
SIOnlrh Iatke + \Veir 'oi \V ir-.itle it 5 ;i
poer monthb.
Mr. E. Ever was grante-d 'h,. Strict to con(v1 y t.v children from
Old Town -err meant to the F-' w
ship sch',ol at $-", pe+r rionth.
Vhe o,'w+-ell sch(od was-,- :ranteid 1 ,
aerial to pl l n w roi ,.n -,h,, !
house.
The Shiloh sc(-hoo was granted (10
for repairs.
Mr. M. M. Proctor appeared before
the board and stated that the Farm-
e'rs' nion had offered $-,I f,,r rh (1 old
school h ,ouse ;it .io aind ,r,, a ,
land heloligini to t he ,,,,1 "i. t', P .
as said land! wa t (ni." ;(acr+ ;" I
forty tif hi s I'm ,!. hi,' v d '.,! .
the ac'r. troin the ,-toarfi .,.* *!.
loaril would alithabiize, r i r. il-, *"
s-ell said houi-se, andi land "I > 'ho. '
,advantage. tha, he. v. . -
c'heeC.k fao I',, in 11" ?;',i. ,,
board anal L itI'ii? .'" '
hIOuise andlan !al.
T h [bi'tbllob'( i ri,, I \i' .. . ,-
accepted, an,! the r'i-sr>.- :. : ,-
authorized l o seil h,,,;- ,' a. ,,t ; ,
th.- best advantage.
-i The superinr .ii' it.-n ....
'the state has not pa, ,! in. I r"
-school approp;'riaition- n, w ,, ,, t -
-y ar. That rh.- -ta',. i- ,' .. \, ,,
I county $2:'2.la ,,, .,\* r, ,lr T ,
' sch(o ls of 19,' ,,n .- ,, % I ': .* '
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THE NEWSPAPER--"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE- ITS FLI.UCTUATIONS AND VAST CON'ERNt."-COWPEH.


VOLUME 44, NUMBER 6.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1908.


ONE I)DOLLAR A YEAR


B0tASEBDA ..te best they coul, :o w position. -o i i.t .d: 0 FROM ,VALLEY VIEW"
I sonal A E ALL fi,<, hits and two runs. ing to run under l.v" v.'-.h !,,t. :- ;ai -
.aa a -a, was the first t(, score. They slid went oVt-r The .i' baser..;ni. t-lc(,. (,.n:! ;;! i'. . t ;a. N
Mr. P. T. Randall anld son of Con- : p -i allied Two= rn- in the ir, inning, and when Th, ,\usz. r.V's-, Th": i I- '. ..\,! T "
nor visited the county capital Friday.. Fron: Fr:2 a-."- i'.vi ..
acri'a a A o ( .,, i t
T *'(-', "' 'a:' Th''a' f iT '10I(:('1 ,tl *.d h -...r,-, : n h- s-venth. For.' irir on th ')i[a L S Mr. P. T. Griggs and wi f, O !t :.:- h a crowd -, Oh-e ala ..se al- team ,reahc t 'o 1 H"iid ',v ;> H rac i o ,- .'. i t i2',!.' ,.ti,
were in Ihe city Saturday (n a -:u-" n : V. .. :'Po. Harri n it W .l h. ;. : *
ping tour. S.itii:a -Cort i -' n
it, 'c s;. Th vit -' 'tw- i r('. IIt a IeN iti;l- 'u :'. i ;i unk irs Wt-* ; .i bo*' **1 rp'rs i 2 TA '.Y^- nu
Mr. M. H. Morrison and ,lau h;,-" T r jT I iI t .e *y K;y- 1sacri- .- i-e to (. i' I ii. T \t la
w r io hea~ni w,.n' ,h- ii:::: until tile pe~g t l ee. Ft: .,-as ii at thl- l,Y,:e, W,.1.. Not -.ati-fi -i WJh -,:Kf -:i.-.ti L r Inz Nh,,r .. .. ;fl V~
S Stanton wre aniong he Oc-ala -nlo,- ao' -7'n iti t L F a Th ot
"r S ', i.:,i- h. w h 11 h -.,,ni e b1uys Took h \V. lo iee 1 n ( i 'nor.. in ii!th "r:,.i. Thit ,,'.<, \\" tl pI' I >(>
p(-rs Saturday. lT7nU. 1hi, t-it. 1 'M ol~ ~ \- ~ d 11:ii' :i',1t'.>u 5. l1ii,1,Ill .,,(.:uIs:A u f.....'I ,n ,~~~~ ~ l t~-. \ I F'iI
per, Satrday 1 i o m r. i1 1 ,.
lead ai e-r : h:.rd fight. The \V'iT' ( )o,' i'. s c ;71 ;i h !!,!I- I 'i:i. i.n '. -ror:-; M i n a i. 1a '.il; \h.r" 1. .
Dr. W. H. Russe%-0 o: S'arke '%as in Spri:g-w co;;:0 -,1,', was ,drown'.! (;" hrneI a, \ a I Tthe lucky ,r- h with M. ii \\ a
the city Saturday on his- way to Con- by iho- .he- r *,f ithe local fan- v;.en .i-wot'-. .- i -:. .i( W-i. s(i, ,r ; .i r Ti ,v f.. i;:n
nor tor a visit to relatives, th, Oc The se\ ilth nnd Thr. F*- IIo-' in 'ii. 1:: IHa"!is '. '0 'z. ) \" ,'0 wl. 01'- ?;i 10t scor Bruce wa af Sc !. ro. t hich0
Miss Florence Mellon has returned( eighth inning-s. ';..s.- w(S i 'ins 1" d .-, iouh i, H i f' H lt s'c- ii.v, th. ti ,-' i.w in tHt. c(tlin t
\o her hom e in Tam pa after a !1esi lylnrin the first inning The hat'< r< :i;:;i ,, visi' rs t;<, "' "' < v, ., . i '. a: t at s,'coi .' r'.i..d uc"in o.. I'.t"ack" li'tittaii:. a
pleasant visit here w ith frien is. -,:,i ii ,s fas. as the v cotll C,' iliii:. n\ 'is in Ki';. -, ', 0r',-d. w-v e i -i. ." ';tl ,2 fr-,. on -ingl'. after a ile or iore of h tirl s to the bat. In the second inning "., T e ': .. ---: all pt(l. -d .: i"' .'."rile the hall l *-- p.l, I'.: t'rom ling canif tl "Cn top. 'Ve ha
Rev. aand Mrs. C. C. Carroll an. visitors i scored twice. l.. High sini.t ,.-,: e:; ,-d >'(: tv.o .f- -. "'e- i 7iP-:ris. -vho took gh'as hiT. to lia- plunged into the suLt., reen ,1dhpth.
daughter. 12lary Ed1na. have revir!,t.d
-Xaughter. Mary E na. have returned scond base and hortosto h,,a- hc,," '., : r.-r l y *- H irh. ab! v,,e:. B1.7'1c. was nakiini f(r third nature, away from the na.,s of 1
from their vacation. e a 'n TIn was OUT n a fly : wn -* t a pret lock anity out with the roins in rea
TairlinLT.0(.1 was owl un a fiy I, ..wc: .t l };i(.xv: ,:'}, ;. K,.hilt a pret'vy "!]row i; v Blalek ia ty u wih her in in ,ra
vi siting in Texas and Louis.ana o ruce fanned Hall hi, \',>B.e s ri-e tied. thH "e in t-e nailed him etore he reach .,1 that .or- tes of ,laisies. anl w,- ar. fre
he past month. ong .i ,to center which nit sa:e. a- .een'.i. r:ow-, singl.-1 To ;ij:l ncr. Tracy was hit by the pitcher. the present. It is restful to dr

The awning being erected in front thHe Centgr ieler tell whil' "ong ...-.,..,. ,iI-eo:'.5 on a ':.-ssed al. Hi-h ooing to second. He scored the then to partake of the wholeso
of te CTratt it. N High then sent th6 ba'i \.d- -' i'.* i. t.l,..1 1Yo in.:ig',ro, an, (nly rnn made by The visitors on a country fare provided by mine he
of the Clyatt buildings (on.Main
street adds quite a good deal to their t% en c :.t'r and left. v.while L!. .li- (ro.~se-! h- Watt- when Tracy wen' i Tvo-hagger by Rogero. and in the twilight to list to the ka
ap aace well as to the c and Hall scored. Oi]T at fir.-t. i'h. runs were then even. The locals are happy at having Ta- dids' and the whipp(or-wills' so
RU~c, a wel asto the c'om-!
fort of the occupants. It looked like luck 4was re. kn!L Two ar..i Two. ikn two of th, three games from The hornets Ijiggers"and redbi
.. .against the locals. They ha.! ibre N.- their "team could chang, the. 'Vhite Springs. and if they can keel are doing a wholesale business
Mr. Edward Mclntosh. accompanied men on bases in the second .and their c', t.1,. (i.gth, inning. In rhi ui their playing of yesterday they once.
by his two daughters. Misses May and !innings. but were retired without a fnin .:::in. Bruce. the first tnain up will win many more. Lakeland, one There is a jolly lot of guests h-
Maude, went down to Eastlake Sat- run. In the fourth. however, they iied for th- \isiT, rs. hit safely to left of the strong teams of South Florida. Jrincipally from Atlanta. Macon a
urday. where they will remain for a the core. An error, a base on ball-. field., r;taiington sacrificed hir.i to will play in Ocala on Mondlay and other points in ;eorgia.
few days with friends. a steal. a sacrifice and a passed ball second. Irown then hit to Hutchins. Tuesday. \V are considerably "above"
permitted Raysor and Hutchins to tal- who i made a h autiful stop, but threw White Springs..o 0 0 0 1 i 0 1 0- 1 average up here. We have such a
Mrs. L. S. B. Randall of Connor r,- ly wild to first. Bruce going to third and Ocala........ 1 o 5 0 0 2 o 5 *-1", lightful view of the peaceful val
turned Saturday from a visit to her Whit,, Springs again took Tl, I .a<( Br.,vn to second. Rogero hit a hird Summary: Two-base hit, Rogero. below. and that is why we have n
daughter. Mrs. W. H. Russell at in th,- -ixth innin,-. On thro-eo -r: : on tlo \V. I)odge. who let it go through Sacrifice hit. Harris. Stolen bases, eN ur domicile "Valley View."
Starke. and is now the guest of Mrs. by th, -(cals. and hits by Ta'lnin-., h-.:, v.hil, Bruce came in with what W. Dodg 2. Harris 2. Ford, Bennett, Thre is no use to talk of writ
C. C. Priest at Kenirick. and N. !-H'?h the visitors :!dd!, T,' C- l pro,, ,( I, the winning run. Guerrant. Hudson. Bruce. doublee up here: oei can't expect that e'
P'ore T.lli's. They i.n'lC-;: ; "i IT C;ia s. half of The ninth BenneTt play. Rogero to Bruce. Left on has- if I shotild turn out a naster pi
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Marsh are tho .... iil another run in t- v v.,- (,01:. 1 ir to first. Harry 1,ul- e.. Ocala 7. whitee SSpirinngs 5. Bae ev.rv dav--I'll leae that for my w
happy parents of a big baby boy at ,nth i, :ion.d-. when lIai om wa s!* :* ,, k'., !, b t ield for one hase. halls, by Brown 2. by ;Glierrait 1. ;to do<. Fhe women do most of
their home in Panasoffkee. Th-.ir ir.-t ,i '. ,-irrr by .honr. H i e, } many Ocala friends extend conieratn- .t s(,., v;-- sacrificed 10 o third by!- : dLo ,do,.'' B;!:o(k at first, and :h! .',. Hudson. Tracv. Strickout. by it's "come and go when you pleas
lations. 't i .I 'll,`n) eor.-. 1 (11 wf'd ,i;...YHudson, TT teii; Sr.
nations. .-ih. ~n,- cor,.,i (n ; wi', 'h ~mjni( .s oer. Brown S. n y Guerrant t. Time of This divine laziness is intoxicat
oo ', Harris. A.t this period the -.re s''' d f Whilt., Si4 i 1 1 i "-an, 1: 4. Umpire: Mri. Carmichael. I l t know whether I'll ever
Prof. Karl W eihe. of th< in :" ", .r o" th 1. i-itI. ( *' ... .. ..... , n 0 0 --" shape for creative work again or
Iis is he., ,hr. ..t. o, ,i^- lfarln,^ Th h. locals half of the sv,- 1 : J:ar Tw.-a.-e hits. Hal. TYNAMITE FISHERMEN FINED Who knows but that I migh turn i
o Mr. ando Mr.F. .;. B. W\\eiht. iKarl h'ninU h. ho"'e team starie.! ahe hi:- |a '-i-. i':s iL. High. Tarlingi, n. a butterfly, cricket or tree-frog bef
hosts of fri-nds in Ocala who are a-n,-rI:i, an. t. anI ist work vel;. A- . Tra:. avsor. Stolen Ii;- a arden J. Mcraney has my vaati is e
ways glad to welcome him hoxw'. reie aeWrn ... -''ayhsm vato 15-del
S glad to welcome him h r, .a; i.en retired fi., -. (r'i 2. Hutchins. .lewetT 2. h,in on the lookout for some time for If all goes well it will not e
-r.\ I .D L an th- popular A. -.Trc. .' t ' p t. Iouble play. Hudson t pln, ies reported to he dynamiting in o'er I'll repeat, in the lanrua.et of
M r. J. D. Log1an. lhte poilular .V\. .1Tracy.V .N z ~ t a d "v s I,.
L. conductor o0 th\ West CoisT ,livis-jon an ,-ru" ly Hall. .l41( t I '.l"i!'. :,n. !.f'tt on i )ases. White :, Withlacoochee for fish. On Mon- Georgia poet:
ion. is filling Captain W. T. Mc'- down hth i:: base lin,, r'' ir. 7. (V^' 1. Base en ball-, y ;i y and Tuesday he succeeded in se-
wain's place on the Homnosas-a first f safely. and Dodge.b l)y a '*' I ':. :" i y Ro,'-ro 1. Struck ,,.t. b ,'ing evidence against Carl Bunch, "And the vales art, so fair when'
',-o, o, h'- c r .ii lingero
shor" during his vacation in Souh h ( running. reached t .,, ;gcro 7. Hit by I'tch(.ed v.ho with a number of others was ar- linger,
talroia. won th., play. Hi',i,- 1. united to 1.3 '... *',. .":. Ti.,e i'f ga', 1: -ested and brought before Judge Bell And the lark hills beyond are
1w ho fielded ,h,- ,IAl to Bruc to c:, c n .,i.. 5i:'. Sylve ster ,n Thursday afternoon, high .
fin" Thuirsday afternoon.
The street gang is now enga-' el i, .Dodge at the. llate. l)Dodge anI B (, Bunch was fined $75 and costs, the Good-bye to the dream and the dre
clearing th,? weeds from the sides fell together on the hL'me base. .1.', F s:" i.';^." i);:ly ,whole amounting to something over er-
Watula and South Third .,re.t-. tihe D'llliner tVa- &thereby impri' ing the lo(,ks of these Bullock picked out a nice one ,,I The.- \V'ite Springs, bae-:.ll team Bunch pleaded guilty to ttlo charge. M. M. 1
1 popular thvroutehfarPs to a great ,x-idrove it to center field fUr a sii:lc. had an o(,,n ,tJe yesterday and te- claiming though that he alone of the Rabun Gap, Ga.. July :V1, 19(" .
ten. I,-weti and Harris scorinsi. Bultr]* naineil in Ocal;:. They persu-aadetl tivc arrested was guilty. The others j
jwas cau-ht trying to r,'at.h .ec.t. ..lManagr Hun'.' : :, tale on a third entered pleas of not guilty and wt-ere! M. FishA'! & Son are impro\
Mra. W. L). Tompkins anl daalght9' land Raysor wPs OU'T. their, ~rst. 'aye f"or Sa !.:";ay aft' vTio'-n. t was ,.eased. their store in various ways. the la
have returned from Green Spring-. Score. $ -to -. in i .,',, o: Vhbi ti,.,, ,; ,I ., v, .'* *d,, ;od !l y until af- ,lu l.tdge Bell. in .l&i'vering his s n- being the making of an archway
where-' ihey hav- si,'nt th,- p-st ,wO, Slpriin s. ;;.-ni '. r, .. ,.: *"O t .e was hOi t t'uce. warned those in court that a re- teen their newly acquired gro<
weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Toinv'-ins wi2 \V a: :hV .' I > 2. '' :I .. r' -a di *' ; en ion (Wt 1 off' ; w ouold n: et'! store and the ,dry goods depart n
in a few days m ove TO :I:, Ious5 jis .* ,-:,;.-'- .a. ., f^ -.',: . ", ".',. *; \w.2 a j .,.ii h a h.'avier finfe, and that Though near the rear end of the buill
vacated by M r. R. S. H ;ail ;nd l- n .111 t"v .1 ,,w !;.:' :. a ;, : :-, : ,,n u:;lly a.1- :.Jr ati'i.n w<.r ,,,r large harl:- This n'akes it a wr*'.t 'l-al n.or1
ly ,' r ,, t '- ,, ;,.v .us! ;ak. .ha ,c'-,. with thlt hook I v'flieilt and 'lelt I s cl .-ot ,,etr's w
a "-'-' :1'( 1' ' "' C' '. ,,,, l i p -,' ,, 1; p ;'i .* '', an.; vp ing to ,io tihe r tradinL, in all line
M r. R. H. G irrait is in the ( !" a first. N. liih .' fl :,i. ".' _ .. lt',eiir place to do so v.-it;Itn t going
a visit to his 1,rot her. .r". t. P. -.:.: R:I: 5.-1X : .. ; ' a i ----Iia i
-~1 (. di uidn and. ixt th' ot


rant. M r (;u ,'rrar' h:is ju-T r i T .; .. ..-,S i-, :: \v l: Tih,. e',> E W r
..... ,. . E NEW S!DEWALK CONTRAC- they have 1is( l 11|1 il aelllitidir
t-d from th*' I.'ectrical and MchIan': .,'t ,' . 111'. "A ..i. . .. "',1:" e ;; '0 -' tu -.-1 TORS Th .I' -O in th for
Cal College at Lexington. Ky.. -ul ,' came in :ll r t, o :ir ial, '- .i ..' .- ','.i, i- s',.I', : _____ sTorin of h.vv goods. Mr. P.
now taking a vacation befor 'ne r- H HfIi .i-i. dr ove t hl. -. i>, : .T- . ,.. ., S], 't 'l. s u; , tl i .li i l '. ;i s ia' j), who has charge of the
ing upon a permanent positioni. ;stop,, stole s,',,ti\d. Iod ti .' A \\,,r,. i( i a .1s,'y a lh hit l;() !, r idi on e I.n and ry d part nt, is an ,xeri
!i.ar's infe.l,1 Ut;'. a:Ad ,., ,-,! U::' "r t;',' all ha,;'' jlnl f'; rl n a, 's we\lbl(,a slr,,1! si~lewall. ontr't, the man in this branch of th,, bnsin
The 'cala friends of M r. P. R. L.es- which tied th, LC i' ($1o a wi d i 'C i' ,] ( -osi o ,sie walks rati the as n ti onh of tioni.
cshihi tlt1 Iiosbtogt,.hl,,dunhyjiriosirioib -.titht-pre-tn- -b gavef tht-' fname (if h', successful anI will soon hcve ,vryth ng
ter congnitulate him on securing Ci Il) Hall. Halcom ;iutd dil T1 -ii (., tini Sarurday afternoon. |bi~ldlr as D. S. W\odrow of Ocala. sp-
managemen" of the extensive lunb, changed positions. BelintIt :t .sonli< of iOwI home bo)os wne not ablciV. \,()orow was onlv the seer
.... ...... . .. .. h > T iti ,c \v illi1 1 .. . . 1 ... ., \


io take part in the game. The mnan- and representative of 1he company
agenment was fortunp.te, however, in makingg th.? bid. The company's legal
filing Messrs. Guerrant and Blalock. name is The Woodmar Sand and
who played pitch and first base, re- Stone Co. The mistake w-s caused
spectively. andti if the local team was from the fact that this bi., was not
"..% tl- lf 1 JCM l -{ni n r 1-n"d I 1 I--*. __ _- +* l-- --A-- ^fn1%^Ch -n + n- C^, 4t


and milling iniereist L In t ..... o.. O a flY lo liall. Io 'ti ll!ToIt- i ;.il
Lumber Company at Titusville. This Izlar cross#,t the pl.te with '' \\i-
concern recently changed hands and ning run. The crowd l yelled. ;),i.z
will at once proceed to make prepar- put Ford on third on a sacrifice. Ford
Setions for a larger output than ever wa caught between third anl home.
n it is one of the largest con- ,,,It woqiparti rafe1 -


Mr. Isaac Perkins was in the city
Saturday laying in a supply of lem-
ons and other necessities for making
the Perkins picnic at Scrub Lake a
memorable day. This picnic, which
, -- - - . -u I


Is Pe-ru-na Useful

1 for Catarrh?
,., IShoumlda liut oftihe ri f-
.,rnr be abmited to amy mdeoal e-
ipr, ,ofwhater chool waoaaity,
he woald be obliged to admit witMhout
reserve that each one of the v of
undoubted value in chresic catarrhal
diseasesM and had teod thetest of Iamy
., yearn' xpriesc in tihe treatment of
Such diseases. THU CAN N O
DISPUTE ADOUT THIS W AT-
ZE2 Pe auiscomposdofthen m
eficaious ad uiverlly mod berbal
reme dies for catarrh. Ivry ingrud
ieont of Pmna as a reptatle of tb
,r own in theureofmom paMofats
In crfsmephase setrb
1 PerunabrinptotheoimotheCO*
BUIN0O0WLZDG O0 XSYIMAL
'" i 9CI00iO 0 DICI i ibetrea-



-it,
mw man, inthe Meefeatarr i- ---ak"
A0 at hf eatorrl dismyoes : bis tdb
t' The hm i thi sskreatilc skl sa hdll



some iwbk in eypowkt b
," I edge of the openi p wir ; h
for' l~bm astkMbinap the t



at last b eUt notTo hey thedg
asutand yarisedzpesvawi rEarbs







and OMM I tlybql thM@kUf
mth oraa&thb m finta ubrtnlmdas*d




de- tiare0oftlh0dies.Theoolytn Mo
Iy the treatmod. %o airotal btie
nK *Thiehto Tey remeatarrhhaib





gs- tooap rpsol kfor they atvo
at croa eat h eU y ham vIp@a
inel nOT u^ TW acitt lart W

h,. a tlie thait teiir ea t; it *ef t t a
ea~l rrh.i ImAyb~eottoMsM,thrw,





Ilung., sl oftoahe ore- the"Z Ofm
tht- org& Thmvtsod^mbtintethw
se." t" stfrt" dtsMs. Thoslytr is




Iyng. othi t sremody. Tm d s uplied-






6lill retly to thepoo*w *b
nrot. coh dat eta r httsV1d
to the Ofitr a tem
in' NOT TINY ALL PAI"D IN
*n 311X0 ANY ENW~.
C'e Dr. Isntmams' ideat to thaft a omtanh
*Te reMedysa be demIacuri g o ep ae,
onb lahelmakiugit;tfal titsabemie
then hoawily, of the pret d thed of

Ing that this rmedy sa e W Rplied II.
in deetly t the opeol and me mere
^o charged fr it Sham to aesemay hi
Tilo the EdhjfitorBat









I have noticed for some tsmo
,alnly wovei weId elesb in
1ng labeldthe witasipal instltveuder,
thne oh, i tit Ptuht thviteo the ha
lnsperta of the acgimt

THOSE WEBS ON OUR TREES

To the p ditor fwwkala Banner:
I have noticed for tome time a
gr-owth onl our wateroalt *had. trees,
.... a closely woven web resembling a
spi(Ier web. with small Insects under'
neath. I find that this growth has
been extending very rapidly duttag
the past few weeks. Fearing harm
test would comeo to our trees, I c mmunl-
test
('ated with tlh- experiment station at
';ainesville. asking for information
'erv
las to necessary steps to exte'rrinate
Ith,- SitIITosed peSt. 1 have toIlay re-
S.ce iv'"d a reply from Prof. Rolfs. say-
e.: 'ng that ti,' insect is the scavenger,
S ':Il'! C all hbe regarded s "'.'rie-ndly
rF'ihe'r than i loxioui.5'."
.. I know this information will be
ra 'l' l'f.i r- ,i'dv l btv our citizens


,h,. I h;o\- notic'i'l'd this growth on the
A. 1hill t' trees.
A.
& I ~YOuI',- ',':v/ i'li!V.
gro-
grl T. T. MUNROE.


AN UNGRATEFUL SCAMP

Henry Johnson, aa negro, who had
been fed and housed by several of


his friends in the second ward for
some time, on Monday went into
their houses and gathered up all the
wearing apparel he could lay hands
on and proceeded on a peddling ex-


r


m-


I
t


























looms at th" wldow-v-'.uy. man. I m
know a sir:;ie thing ;!m' doosui`, I,::
Tcavvard his belug hin w~ii~i
"tI!n:l1- s-y so. .) e* :
*think I c, ii:l tell you of a 'sing-lo'
or. rallier,''lhe addedl. cclut1liuuz.*'X -v
I say 'ii eI monen *iur;l
"Mir. Nish." in! errupteilV ; '.'j
you (-.inl stop x'krjj'-iizglin aJouu1 :
1nehriiittel i 'tnlIiplwd bfl-()1'r
talk plainly. wiilpm u(I-) meI he 112)1
to put your blitlieriings iII!l') I"'
"W~ell. your excel.lency." v.:*ic'.
Nish.li. 'h.:ipotill 1") kliof )
dzollis al:'ei'l V head oX '.'l' .I-- j~I'
Ii XXIlad. v I~who 111- a- i: I-

a re 414ii-t~aninl yur h !l'sl '')TP'C 1
toniptili"', aez of !alkimz-' 2?nd ii:
you awai'- of thati. Nr. Ni%?'i If s"t.


t ,* "


CHAPTER III.
The Garden Fete.


mHEi gardens of Amne. s'':iiaSa
dt .wau Vvilla. just OTSl 'S
,vi' a de- --'r.- I' f r a

In f: .:.,. Avj .'.


W'as a~ at !eqla .i.* p ,ur 11 i
of :-()1 1.' t*~ 1 0! g;!,
Am w Vjs .' mi'.. hi.,I. ~ '~


figure r;'1 in vivid '.,e :;. ', s p.- o on taiking it and tvll i who sht,
iiin th;' .:til .v ot the -ilr ,e i.ar T:I i is."


Merry


Ii


eu:tr.ce g.'le p:!uIliig inT'rV'w.-: l, "You fool'. wh.-ispprt-,i Danilo ii "I'm not retreating,"' he eontradictled, ti... pion an elar t
and aga to an ac rriv i ish. Eervboi but t only skirmishing in light cavalry i: ,'lst citizen, an it should catch
and agati:i to hlaw rtai' r "Ev rytho, ty but th,- ,-li- BiI h,, ,,'--% t,,ih i.
fashion." "'). hrno+s omro h a~
a,..ch <, .omie one. At leill, h dt- assa.Io, himself know.- i: is Mine h oa ,i i. .u-b ..o, l his slC- >
ue"And you are going away like that?
wried the mun he, sou:h. Ns!wi Popoff whoni Do .lion )-. Be O- .lh, you stupid man'" ..s a i, .:, i l 'a f the plle for jsice anl
just bustling into tIbe grounds. and the I.rOh you stupid man. "t ' ; t .
ca f.l "(),Is to j:Hllt'I!H]H amtismajor at once eckoii, to Ainit "I can't tell what you mean." he an- -. '., '-i 'h fihtin r
'Now. then. Mr. s ." a soon ;s ihe little lek i. id s majesTical as he e< '. "And I shan't tell what I mean." she ..' ,,t ,'", i' i f T e.
bled within earshot. "1 t.o!d1 y-i]t t.) ing cl:-'k with lofty i ;ajvs y. "I'mI rejoined. "'Dy the way," she added, vhi ('l it' .:- le';t-l 'i l !- t) It.u \'i; ii, Ii a rio, nts 1 .inin 'i .t-
"how do you happen to lbe here? You he co)c'ivf ,l th Hi i ': "il ; '.*\i:). hi:- ,. .; *.,, t rt',- i'-;r''. E' ,-n It
"' le,
"1i' ;n here," he replied bluntly. 1, be- '. .-.i a ;,, ';,. ,p t,, li^.i Iipr,); i 1- h rwi th n ri nll c m et-
cause I'm making it my business to,,, -, i.; .: ( ,.p; L' ;ii+ f! ,, l :: "' ,i i i lil l'c ( ixili.-i
/J golt ridl of every Frenchman who sLows .. ,. ;; * ',' I s':']"i,- a;n, \2;r'Wi 'il
// ^ signs 0)1 propiosing t youVI." '.,. II,)
S/"' '" 1ut why-" she ask,,,1 in w-onder. ": -* '. :... .n ; : '1 A ,h.. .,.... ".I i.l
,l .mL" y OVU aln et'U t tU"F. o r l i :2 * that's ail. .
''X Ii- y "Y,*u'j-yoVu don't happen t, h)e iin love ..* 1-. i ' .
W : urs111' "" "" " .'"
.i1 lt'k-1 aSt' 44,U L
^ *. "" -t" Of V K ': al io s in the liglit m i, t'ker or, ."-, .. "*. i:' ', ,'e l- 1 ':I" ;'
her tn~'
/ a "f ;' ?"^ '.niiily 1 uot'" he retorted, with ,, :rit e w *:.ihi-
p -- 'f 1l *r ptitud .. .. .. ..^ ,, ,susp.-1uf promptitude. :
,' -,, -- -.. ...' "'Yure ry, ve-, ry rude!'. she re- H 1'l' f';' ; 1 : i, +, ,'.P- .O : ,r ti l, s '.viei ry shi r
j r ^ rW ^ *- *" ""- +V I, prov.l "'But sinc.a you don't love mni^ "' i- 2I" -i o.,, <- -, :( l i
1'', \'. ... .v' u"
h '., 'A. 1 '
S..- you otught to lie a lde to give m e g, it -:.<'. ,it :,2.. .. ,o !o .,:1 ug t t *i-b o; Te to g W
0 1' '- .. '"' advice about accepting a man I really .'V. b, a.: 1. ._i: do in h- Lk 1"''
,+7}.!i. w ..it to i arr..' *' ,l .- .- ; -'j ,l d *'. : V ,,.!i' s v'n, -
I f.aB..'I ^ ,<^ "obh"' growled Danilo, chagrined. .!i '' ',..-il i "+ l lii- ., 1,. ('i):sT, ', !, :r'ia)' iv. !i"' :"
...^ (> ^U^*' j. "Then there is some one you want to ;ti. l al p ,-!. 'h ::'. i l iL' >t
/ i:i +, ., marry ?
. .. .. -'1l..; ... I X '.t- 'sli,la r ;'-i-l.i.. No ri^ ^ <'! o If t )'pe le. to answ ':" tb ir

'"". ;.P i' '."' !,., / "'~Whoever the man Is. he's after ; '-- li)t '1\" i t' l's !lhesf'l,,hh io) . :
"" . .,, /' t' iyour m money he sneered, itit' s ,''' ')t' --] i tnr Io '" 0 t ,)
_.A,1;,; ,I+-," v.,1 "i'No," she contradicted. "He is not- ,I, ")r his lik-. in si -h t rol anIi IIt-lI V rtaxat-):i.
'iBS' !."" ^.-'z not this one.'' alat he. a ,)'ioug t'fllo)w Xi1o : ,A') klli- n
... '(.+: i ,'#; ,:,/--, A-,, CHARMING WITHOUT BEAUTY
"You said all men were alike." puhlif('a1tions toi-Il.- th,)teC- arna! n,)th-
-. '' n/ i thThis mau is.different. He loves me." i to ibsn ,- /",' i y Q" "K (- '' :* "" '"Then marry him! What is It to me? 'o h ,hr 1ou g. fellows sav' the spc-"li
Sv///,* /' o ^aA I /!xuc uunjuii. ^ UL i t l !of oihit-r yotina follow.,;s sa %- the sp~ec- ... .
// t '& ;t, ,''. i 'Marry any one you want to. I don't n, ai'riehl ''h saiu a plain n w)omaun.
IF/ **< ii/ I\i' ut a^ a**~* 'mt I do wan ton b .ji aua v\ nwnhe lik~ pued a li :l I i
-^ /* "*, ,* i care. And I'll dance at your wedding.! hi inkd
',/f, ^\ 1*I'll dance till I wear holes through o1t! nlol!l\ ot vi'cio)i.- nowsl)apors andl .
--fi ~^ \ a c i er oe no g ". e, I-' andt I atn so homely, i'\^ ui\,':i
S. ': both my shoes. other fornis of vice. should forniallv p
';^ S--- \' .-" \ ~ ---- SI- ai-. p tfrying to p~lease. [ am grow-in t-'S-
I ^Ul!/^-,\ I, ^'" ",, :, "You silly boy!" she scoffed. "You're announce his entry into uthe conto- sinliic an I shall e a sor 1
RIHi "-<- -^' l^ i:'r, ,- ^ : jealous:" for tihe pIresidency., with no other rt-n
"--^ ^'f "" 'Jealous?" he raged. "Jealous? I ilance haln tihat ott hi- llOnty to lbuVy .
jealous? That's a good one:" and uil him an organization, was i he our roaliz th rlT
.I ../:, .;ii . x '\ Ianti lbuil~l. hini ail Oranization, %,%
Words failed him, and he stalked i
.- \ vt ,,- -t-- -- I. wyord faed him ad he talked something as n-w as it was prpos-t s in hr wt t e
m i ./. \ i'W away to a nearby summer house. deslite her lack of a classic no0e'anl
"f V <- / t! i \ \:where he paused, lost in seeming con- Aeca ( rea al re complex. Most
if"' 04 ./ %How he inives,)ed t ,i.-ism neyin this ra i l, o, o ilxn
I /l 4 I tenmplation of the little building's archi- How he invested biat h ,O r ,,f
/ L/ ^t^ v^ / i\ ^ \ 7kctr I~tw fleh of his olldeavor, ho~ no h
/ o Vi 'A'\\ '\ \ \\i-ir.,. .. i,** i^snlcam avwmneo
'1' M i f -" i \ The neglected fan lying on the table bought 'tinl i)lilt hs orhaniza nA and carlss eca;se
', N I \ \\\/ caught So)nia's eye. She picked it up ;and how, always anI exorytwhorni. itoe en a eierf
idly and opened it. The words "tI love has lbti. usd soi,-lv fill .h., extil"i':t "
/' ," "\ you" met her gaze. Quickly she glanced sh lne t ti thiii;r .t i y"t her f'z.uikl'"l'.e
l / !* ^>^VV *'^*^^y \ \\ ,~~~~~at Danilo. ^ ^^ ^^^ lvlp~.apwrt trc ra~
\ ", ,. ,, \ atI understand," she murmured toit h tor. Th it is t v'ek- thao that aipvn v toulata fcat ire
herself I t)(T tut i ltr flia.. lv' l:-* O f ofU l'w !'dr-
\herself. "lie vowed he'd never say It '. e x,,r i P- r nlw ,r-:
7 V pi'o to In .-o lie'sr writen 0It." ,011 *1. sr- tat 'io Mu:. -nr
V, \ Notih. that Danilo's back was to- ,, ,,'* ', ;- h-,,. . ', .,-,
ward h r.c!, she furtively lifted the fan consist#-nt. c tailt "r (of thal h -', y. ",) 1I1 h'lll tn. n hh.. t,':,..
'-,^ ) V Pto her lps and kissed the written To S;iplt)rt .il-ir of t;!,- plii .)tr "r
"'" 1I !words. Then as she restored it to the f;, l- X iln ;i, iel.!,t (i.l,i 1,!1,) 'i, s'.,. tl) ti'.+ at f pll:asi!P )t w: i,"
\ tal 'ie she w h ik p ereal: ".. ,:-'.'- : i w cu;.i l * a fVi't W OIVi) lal shob lld !baA m i - ,- "F', r
EVER!{ NEER!NEVERl!, ".'Just the s:ulne, I'll make him say. -f ,, l-; froi *.. ::ila ,, 'tlt:at,! r, i ,t.'.,- IL,
s "it. i e s*al.t .. :1t,:t Ti'. t l io)\ r ito it)If 'al'. I 1'.
1--- '-,. ':, , ,:t-, She ('rtvsstl toi where he stood. .+' o 11 ) it:l, :it, -'' h,' :1:, V lv i''' -S jl a
bring ; Prin.'e 'Da;ilo her, and not to IlT-' -r ' ', t .u nothing to st ay to me I. h'- at: : -'x '.' ** ,!t i ' 1'*'
leave hi~m ..f a:, in~stal l ui~ilii th ; P.. J ,:i,;-o i { i (: ;o ,. i, v- *ip i.-.- h s e .' ': N ^ i iin . b .-:. *.,* I, ,, t, (. t i> :. "^ <*-( ..^t; :
lea vei : 1 .1'p i, .' U'sied.'i()' l b ; 1- l, *.1 -i. T;t ,F ... i: ... lf. *
*i.-h( "'. V l let til "t,"'".',.li,., ,, .J,
S- .. .,, dl.y V sh(, echoed. "' You're-- .--( ,. :t, i' i ,laT,1- .-'' I.i o i.' --p : *;. .. . ;. .
\ , . at l .r ; ,-r I i I i : ; i y. .. .; s .,) ; : . . , '. , 1 : i j X + i ; ) l a thr. ( .O *, : I i:. I .N , : '. ... ,> +*" ; "*, : 'i' ; > 1^ l '* . i.
ver \_ "* .. . : "' "" :::' I I,,n ve P n~ls t,--:l,, rIrov- m~l rn'iTnl ':;! i;; '; ,1" [; *~ T l .+- ,l' it ,,,, ii. )'+"* !) ; *"'i o" '. d.: 1 -, ( i
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coiurat itrion 1"4in D. R1 or(I-, 'h- f 1.
[Wect of iga-'tiutg rid ior 'la k 'i :r
and his. Anciio- fulii-A; "I.b'ha
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HEARST AND HIS INDEPENDENCE Who furnishes th-n moneY for these DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMIT.
; PARTY games is well enough known. Who TEE
- -furnishes the brains, though not as
S[ well known, is generally regarded al- The new democratic national com
io w serve as a bit of summer cvau il osts nororious.-Courier.Joumal. niittee is as follows;
I ^ W 7 serve as a bit of summer vaudeville, Alabama--J. WV. Tnilin.-,o
San entre-act filler of the political I Arkansas-J. R T kmlin-r
drama during the (log days. but GROvER CLEVELANDISMS Arkanlsfoia-Nathan r lk. r
|yond that it has neither value nor si-, -- Clorad-Alia Aam
5TH UIVE nificance Certaiul, nobody takes ,. A ,l)citC ,)ff to is a l) (-ublic trust.
-tiEv e p a t r i o t i c s e n t i m n t o f o u r C o n n *c t i eu t H. S I',.
:seriously. not e ven the a !" h ,, E In t' ptrio i s,,nt.. aH. S
is financing it. ;),eo l)e is not an a,lequate substitute Iel Iaw aro --%V Iliar ,! ul- .'" rv
S,is financing it.-'cup(. xoidla--T.. A Jc~tnru -;
WVAGEi I The whole )erfo .nan e i.-' n k ep-I ;,)r sounint1 financial p)olicY. l-ioria-T. .%. luin-.
,,Gh the Hearst jly )j,. whic The right of the government t) ex- ()gi -(lark iI ,-
Siin with The Hearst ,notv i.).-. which I in !*l 0 L ," ..^, ii,. .P P n ii.
-- -- - -- ^ ', ,., ic trhue fom the citizen is limited I-i rini
,he first applied to journalism an.! ,t.'.)- act tribute from ithe citizen is ilitevr lnis-Ro. r P. )on ,..
0 'sequentlv to politics. Thre ,pt' t) its actual necessities, and ever y;, RTo .
n- t^ isensatio al,. tawir anil uli. -,n ai- from the people beyon, I il I iana- Th rlla
the ambassador patteredi off to join-thle uip- ,,r e d r'llt rIqiretl for their protection by Ita .h',A.
other guests, leaving Danllo, fan In wsIalers lf. f Hears'st e, t-red Ill,- Il tt q:re rob- ,ftipoci l }t .y'""l,
..~111t~ !to~nau:,,_td fo:" hlim.jt:)- oel1 ~el SHObte tlinro KhdptlSkLv--lr,'i Fx. .,.
hand, blankly facing the astounded lit-.:i !'e t) h lt kit ..,\1'i- )- I g n n nt i no betterrOr ro -I
tie cle rk Ic -ee ]i t j g (en t 1h e th e ..rv ln.t n40o : ; ,w ry .
d[o h i S Z 1_ e I:ia Virn -I 1 1I )T ,ii ti e ~ lt o t ) t h e f a ., t h a t ) i i il ,, -. : .
"Nish," observed the prince, "do you thi- a,' ataana- v h. I i'l)t ,olnill(cra)ic taitriff rt -ftrm M.l,.ii- E. i.Jt *l-
suppose it's possible De Jolldon can be wh,) has the ml.f-l'- ubil he \ill *' r i I ti ii;d -.. F" I Tr
in love with Mine. Nova Kovitch as biiy th-inl. d( ,il)Orat,'1 r) t ; ), : ..n srw n l' wor 'n 1 tie M r-ii w'io' l ,.
w ell as w ith M ine. Popo,)ff '" bv lavi.o-.h ,, ni tit ,'y, ,,f ii '." :,. ,," !'.)i i(' i), t)r. ('tin. T "1 is., .' t' ,
"I'd- I'd like to think SO." m ur mnure, ,., -, ;m ar t-" ri 01 tl : j i
Nish as he staltedl faithfully off iu tle .. 1- i, ,. ., ;:r, i: ') '
I w ake of his chief. "I'd like to thiIlk sot). t, , "l, ,' h.u ,vp'. t '.i Y '- i'o'. 1 'l '- '.
It-it would make it less exclusive, ,,..,.- .- -, +!, \;- ,. \ .
less of a ionoip)ol:y. Anv ', tlhi.k his ;'I' 1>- h.':, ;
excellency never re(,oni/.z,,i- his ow ii :, '. ,, Il ,l). \ -. i .
,w itf s ian' i I' iora:ic' is l1l.s i ) t ii ti )>, ,' f
!.: ,- **t".,.< -,,". t ,'it' 'w v11hi l,.' ;, l n" .l I. N "
,.d 1111VSV'~a(' '
i I~niy ;ig thie fan on a Tcult~~yX tdil~l*. '-'. p.;,i *, ;..;\; ;,: v:, ** ........'AiI. of p~it s*.-i~~c I ,-^ ^ 1. \*, ^
D' D n ilo .-i" a s tu riiin g :lW;i y w hli ,n a v o i .c ,;b. I ,,..;1 ; ",, ., , ,,'. '' :,. -,,. I1'.', i' s V t. r.a... '.' lie j *. ..' .'. .
jl hiindl him called m ockiingly: lip' i' i :, *,, *' i' .. I .a--' ir ,v v il! .iii\\ ilinX:. kliio'in tly. to l;,' 3' ."
"'Still in retrea t? So y ou are a fr ild'd iI . i. 't i i I ,'-. *
W hirling about, the prine fawed 4' ch % *i N1 1.'- i.-ii1 * i +' ni" T ( V \
Soula. She w as bew itching ,- pretty if C .. ",\ 'I. *_ - ,'-.tC, t '.. ) -.;.! V -', '
pr: he U n t I ta i-()! ,) --]I. I , ,.
the black and gold Marsovian ,dress ;r#ii,,il- r:t,. i s';l". -:,I ; : !- !'L ir ji l'i f the nit Siat,'s "o .
that snowed to fullest advantage every low V iru lis ti, i ':-.h t;: i- .i- repositry of the peoples wil! 1-',i, l1li d l.
willowy line of her figure. 1,. ,, 1I ( '+1 0i fis : ,. ," our ,, I ower. W within its vision shollld be Rilo'. Isian,! ; . "V' \..
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THE NEWSPAPER--WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCERNS."-COWPER.


VOLUME 44,


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UCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, iqoS.


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


Local and Personal


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Mrs. Ht nry i-iv; n ..i (.1<- The Sc-re Wculd Have Peen E'enI --
dren camen ip !r(m (rahanmilje n But for a Sensatfonai V-nr.rTnc AS SEE- BY THE EDITOR-ADJECT
a sh(,p,P n-- t,,,- ,.... .
-a sh. p.n i \, ,In-sda,. Catch by Dona dson ; ING THEIR EEAUTIES-
-... .. ...... r :.' ; :.. : CONCERNING C.
Mrs.. ( lar n-n 1ii.- -, -- l*.f.' .
l Irmni. ar. i ( : t- o o Mv'- P :-. *..' C = "i r l -
145- Mrs. ^ ,; ^ ^ ^:.::;:".^ -- :
her home on Nilh W atuh. .,r-. ; :. ., , :-. r ,,, ;.Tii i. .,.. .. .:

The iitlh- t u!_. 01 o .!. ant M '>' l :.'. > t \ 1 d 'j 1 '

-UM17 along fine. Mr-. Mcah<.in toI.k *
f it o Lak+, weir seve-4ral ,iav-, a o k-,~ 0," iiiiiil'!^ T ^lr- i' : ";'" : :*t :' *
the chGange is sa.l to hav4- t n '''1! n:b e* *r n *. !t h i*!> *. IA 1'
much bnef n h .i. .-. -
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The ,irst balp' roceivc in the Sa- Both uIns ,adeli, iiy I : .
vannah m market w 'as iirchaseq1i bv ih. .-. .',. ,, i, ', n ,h l is, VO hih .. ,*** ... .. ( - Ai .
loca! Fryan Cl-ib and immedial v rWs. in o their caine in th-:e t "
ent to Charles Murphy, ladr ., .*.1 'nini.. For LI:.lanil. Tay.-...-.-. -n .
Tammany in Ni'w York. to be aic- K-ul& o r Third base, anl slolo-' sec-
tioned off and the proceeds to be us. n1 F'rr"ll was retir." on a fly o' ''' '' '
for the Bryan campaign. Him .I'tIt. Roquem."ore bunted to Har- .1 ' ..4 ", ...
-l t t ,n ri s.w, who threw wild to first, anl Tay- 1 t- "-lA .". -
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Mr. Willie Wilson. who is assit- kr ambled home. A ili is i:ii a'" i
ant ticket t agent for the Seaboard a- -Ini thl- sixth inning, after Riggn outal'. .l..... s i .. .. il s
.lacksonville, is in the city. and will ha. fanmd Tayl]or and Ferrell weeh briliant- --t ju.. M.unt.ii:K-. *v ,. .
be in charge of the city ticket office liven iiases via the "Big Four*" r,0 ih.r whAre Tht se one bo. anh.r
hereo while Mr. Raws is off on his va- Both advanced a base on a lasse, tanl r.,:l .'su lofty hei-u hat.
cation, which be will spend in tihe -alli. Roquemore hit to W. Do.lgei .. i,'sr.,I by the ch',.s ai, d
. who ihi-ow Taylor ou tat the p1.I:present R panorama of light ,and
rad r. E.d Roquemore attempted to make se1-1 sh;d' tt "(I eph, bepiaiy a
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Davis and in- 0) .^ ^ ^ !~ h.,t ipainier andlio. l(;v.. a
,ond on the pla.bu,,t Bullock nait-d (AAl1htIinernd01 a
ter.tling family, who have itnwith a pretty throw to Guerrant. andl a writer fioi Ithe flat-woos fin'l e
spending the past month on the gulf aba a d ,, adjectives entirely inadequate to ,1'- n
cootst near Homosassa, returned completing a double play.
d n ~hesith innhingHaiinsfannerdig Tay ." .-"-. .




~~~inst~~~ ~ ne ooas, rtre ith one out and two on bases i,, scribe.
home on Wednesday. They hteve th sixt innig Hari fanned Ta'- Lre is ino prltiel' picture (.n c.ani-
been having the time of their lives. r an Ferrell. In the seventh in-i vas than the view presented from b.i t
fishing. bathing, hunting. etc. ning, Roquemore. Alderman and :verand(a of the B"attery Park Hotel It
be I ch rge of he itytic et fli 'l\O I , \ p ivahle The ieye ofneverybe li, an er. ,







Mr. Cornelius Young of Hampton. hite were thrown out in quick sue- canvas the eye of every beholder.
who several weeks ago purchao d a cel sion fronhiewetl1to Blalock. A the irtownl abdies hae elactht a
p" fn Snho h a -n e han e a a o a l;x. visitors'" "second t"ll -ca me I-e .
patirof ihlhn lhotorsfrm n o thm lot ,r in glory a visit herel v
bliss & Compan' s farm, was so wetllte i ni o Don i -r is ii tht trrestriat a
pleased with them that he returned! .,tt wi ,ro- -r one s th terrt ir "
ra ma i a few days ago and bought thre op. i 1 feOi' *i anotheren inlry
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a ew ays ago and bo t th e runner was safe. Donaldlson wiis- i ll n aj v nd gi( andcur this r-
more. Tha s herd is recognized as be- n al,.I ,,,, , a , l
t.tn f .iy wh ha. bee hi wci~ dth saon l)et v h row vp ;io. tue 'r !Ht } 1and a wi' k(r fon the fit-w od fin al et







ing among the best in the south. sac r i CEd to econdbh 13 l aetis iir.l it a o ,I,
Thi nrd by Hadle_ W hen Had._ .l \ l -. 1" tl a- -*-* -
The ofnce of the Marion Develop- "it at tirst. Hlalock atter.pte. to n '- s'. A' tr r )! h
ment Cornpany has t-en moved tO KoubIl- I,- catching nn u a w o n 1 1W' tabs
othne Rorson buildings opposite the t .. hut th throw w-s lg)h. n
the Rxt Ta-crii1oln nouilding.pictre ,n oti








-Ocala i Bnne office. on Main street. loraldson Fercssed the plasee-.n t1a h ie pnte. rh :h
Dr. E. P. Guerra..t. who also has o0- F fishng, athig, hntin, et.1an ernd o telBatt0 oneyyPa t otCel %








fices there,. will in a few weeks move andlarr t iout in quick order 'a 'i.a e ey o convey to the 1
to his new veterinary hospital on Or- th first innip. Ilepnet s '. % >. "i soirc idea of te hnaginit- s
hoand South F'st sti haets. ree massb lry ioui r id ons in !he (c -:'. tt *l* iihlfuln(.is of this fa-t d
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... ..eTonI Mr. John D. .luhan. manager ef the!oild. where he was left \%hen i''r lA '.i ie is both a summer i .id ii
Crystal River Drug Company at a Drys- a" Do. *,\I' r retired, R(.< i( i' rt n its hotels V"
tal River. was in the cit.y yesterai ml : fann< .' 1 hihr a termss in n Ii I r.'e u ai n ,turil. It is a h'rie, J
on a visit o his rlo"r nn i '' :oi .. .:)' hi.rthern tourists, h1 -
John has hosts of friends in Oc 5 I 1ri,), in h 1i ,, ,\ 0 ... 1 -0 WIp of i.ero i. '.iak- A
who p'rc wr *W them d tn n rto -ro t h ..i. .. ri <' ,t i, wi'.' Do l. l st Iji-o '. at Ashe iil en their
and proud of thle s'iccIs s he has i'de : Ii; n- T'ui. c: ;h tf F I' F f' t.' 0 { "i l ili ll F i'iK-". Nasau ;, .
in his adopted home. li6e d iive TO center. .Jt'W1t hit di.-.vp '- I a Sti:l? hfd s a o d o 'hte .. "s ..i.n a n.. I at it o" t . i. .>eo. ule. .rI.ly F'ior, i, lian.-. "(
Aldermen Carmichael. Helv'enston. u;,.< hi. TO Whit '. anii vr sat o;. ; An examination of the hotel regis- o
Mclver and Rhe"nauer were h..e only fhe ror. .leweta oilat 1o nlecn.l. ters show that a large number of our V
ones to show up for the regular Bennett and (.uerrant s' i':c-: (t. people speii~l their s.ummers at Asho- s
monthyI meeting of ihe council Tuas (i- .. we on third ;nd arises or inl., where climate and scenery are ,h
d evening and this not being second. Ford hio t a line ir , .- .SO entirely different f,'o. that of ill g
quorum adjourned to neet tonight. e ,"-hile ti '.tnn.-i' s '! own st.te. .
S several v'ery important me~tters at-rj~ae.^ hut, ,h^ ruins c^'*I TO f-* Biltmore, ~Mr. George Vanderbilt's s'
to cohe up and It 1 !ho" Fh< aa e \ 'h H loa1<.on .: : .t r < Ion i ". --':h-'-
attendance 'ill be On hand tonight. nda' head-l ong. .lia o. at e -li -- R o-so buii sding. li, op.p1o il', th. i.2fe l< I -' .. '.". *p o lue:ut
S M a rsh a l W C Bf ull left y esterd a y i h l ih h ,a -' i. It" ip, 1 .* L hi :Int .* ""
for an extended visit to his daughter. o "- "-i-..l 10 the .ib .. : .... ',
in Georgia. He will first oo to ('o. ^1 rrceie from thie stands .- :A is s thingg lxcelti'" l


ington. Ga., to see Mrs. Foster: thelah vn though he killed icala's chinc- 1tilt, l'li!lel States. and it. -whtt w\, 1
to Petorla. Ga.. where his datigh. es It is support of this kind ihat Ii s-' s wold"- .nilly like the old
Miss Mary, is living with her ster. encourages a pitcher, and makes the i"- "L 'states in England in feu- N
Mrs. Jernigan. On his retWi trip he whole team play harder. '. ale-WI' I%'lllbrace)'C many thours- i
will visit n.iends I" Madison. Fla.. There will be another game with tl, f acr-;. and nowhere else has s"
and Valdosta. C- during Mr. Bulls Lakeland today. and if the play of nlaiure been more prodigal in her c
absence Mr Aoblrt Culbreath will yesterday is a guide, it is sure to be gifis on the sani, number of acres. o
assnule hi< duttt5 as marshal. a good oe But where naturon he. ipor at all nig-
.a gfotd em Butiwhere na1tuno-- lwk"il at all nig-
Mv.kichard W. Erwin of Weirsdale Ialkelanil.. .-. .4 1 1 ) 0 1 *i ) 1 0-2 hardly the hand .;f aiAlt hbas been la'- n r
was in the city Tuesday on business. Ocala.. .......t ) t 0 t- 0_ ish in making this estate the most f(
He has accepted a position as teach- Summary: Sacrifice hita; iwer 2. superlatively beautiful in the world. 1,
er in staRiver's graded high Hadley, Guarrant. B"lOw*. Stolen ba- Ri'vI. lake, mountain and forest con- t
C er In the coin term Hi ses. Harris. Hadly. Taylor 2. Double shve to add to its attractiveness, c
shool for the coming term- H Iwanaoat
many years of excellent service in the plays. W. t"i' d- to Bullock to Guer- .The]French, Broadand ,Swankanoa t
many s of c nt i be rant Roquemore to Bower. Left on rivers sweep through the vUleys of 1,
sools of this county prove m to s and he banks have
I i ,Uo kalanA it non.la 7 v.... n he broad acres and the banks have


q4D BL ".mL6'MORE.

LIVESS FA:L HfM HENDES*3
-PER~SONAL !.CTES
:)C A. A NZ-S


LAKELAND WINS AGAIN

T-e Soath Flort'a Team Scores Sec-
ond Shut-Out A ,-ist the Loca's

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LAND OF FLOWERS

Sa nford
Toh' E dilor ()calait Uominel-
Pro--id ant ii pis ** iM anticrd. the
t\lt'ry city of t>' j.and1 ofFPowe'rs.
Mis: Sainford is %-,r% ;prou~d of her-
I' Wet \Ve dight lo visit t he j'Iaites


S..' .t i A - .. a '' -. I -. n -% team c'hc arte r( itd 'of thenis ,l.- for
- -:1; i *.)\- n- v i. :e :i'.S \ ie:,'' :'t', :(,''] ';:,ii~U t Ieh y keep clean streets and l.'ir .mrp-
':i. ,1 2 .- il--- -,- .-, ..- < n o ~ 1 V 14ts art, not ,disfltured b eII torn-
.11 1 :, i . : 1fi,.a. 'I ,,. .'.. : -' n .> .. .. .l. t) I ti! f ll to o v-.,-tt w in g
*.'r i '.; lS I : .-.!li l" .-,-i a i - -'! -i "c'eIw Iid ; I{. e i ta. ce. wyl) I %i v th w t- Is.
C-"!Ta : pr . . d of her ,hl.an ;:rd .
;LA ti.: .(, I .1( h 'i :,i i : . .,] illt h i i iTt v ," \ i
f a. d
... I .. -". ,iiI,..-i-,., |llt l O l -,i V r
I .:. AS 7 A A -
I) A A.. . .. - ir A \ i -'( t i i )* : ii. a n d S a II I l I I i ) .h. % A) v..r y
.A. 'i.... A Ai , ,, ,,.: Z,'A I. .. .. . here. P-, l.' pn l nto i:r,#t strangers. She is in-
I I 1 1-A '4 .' I '.I'.:- _% e# .' '1., : -.1,' 'c h a r mini i tg a s
oi1 the streets 0o As:A% iltI. 'h A n,;i R ql.IA*f"r,. A,*1i' t-'- 1 r1 T. ris team has % q' : "I
m'.i-.-- .airy is a I~o :. ;tndi L, cJ1UVtj 'v> --' : *I: i.ve N--4.. ai~ia ron-i shhe gract-'tui- receives her gentlemen
1A. jajj'% i s a tlql.(-on

lio dii or ir:' dhuib i in rliis. i^ 1. V :,t;:. v v!or-als t oi.lv1and la y friends th re at her south-
i'm nhowme iduer thte rm~atjpalmls 00
ImkenlheI- ot ti e ,lii'y hi'. I has a i'eg- I 4)110 hi: ^ 'terhl'. i'wid th'i.r .""is of at
DoihuLake Mon ro In ini-wirii ier h-r
istereil Jigr C pn,} tb niil]k!fiii, non' douirfil I.ind. TlA ^. .l'b-I r !tnuide a
is a pirety pict!ire. T"ie ia:linaiiI h.a r l ri"n for 0:e ialh. t1. )! .11 as he two par"s " e r"n an 'e a
lallids*%V'eck her band plays. The handl plays
are all men, and w\'h heiir \tit 4 cap,) was in the acft of catching it. in Had- t her play Th an plays
and aprons, *milk-laiis and s-iu)ols a. ley'. they have a catcher who is safe Thursay evening andl Sunday after-
they sit close up to the animals is an l reliable, and hardi to b at. Tay- anoor Sacill nluinic ftills the Snday
lor a hot t :afternoon programn.
scene as pastoral as a melody. But- lor at short sop and Donaldson in Er an tfIm
ter and milk are sold. at Ashexvile center field.played big league ball Exhilarating if I may be pntte
te n i k r o d Pt A h v l e'P3 I to rise the coet -co la w ord ) a; *- the
and on the grounds, and Ice cream, Monday and Tuesday. In tact, the to lin the coce-cora wofL are the
made of pure cream, is sold at the club as a whole is the best seen at coolnd breeze from off Lake Mon-
dairy for twenty cents per plate. The Ninth street park this season. roe, anit they blotw constantly. We
Besides the cows, pedigreed horses Witherspoon Dodge officiated on bliev i is h cotl in Flor-
and ... h. ..- -a -- *-- v ^3 i,. tho m indl Cf^A r thn 1.^ n I 1da-


nu uu gs cre raiea itor tne markets
nd sold at fancy prices. The chic.k-
n farm is also one of Biltmore's
;reat attractions.
It is said that Biltmore and its fur-
ishAings, including the castle and sta-
iles, artificial lakes, etc., cost Mr.
Vanderbilt the sum of ten million dol-
ars. Whether or not it is self-sup-
porting we could not ascertain.
The artificial lakes are stocked
vith fish, the parks with deer, the
roods with turkey, quail, rabbits and
tiher game, and at certain reasons of


he year Mr. Vanderbilt


has iarge


louse-parties, andil he and his friends.
enjoy hunting and fishing to heir
arts' contendl.
it is glorious to be lc('i!


Notes


\VWt said al the beginLiinig ot tits
etti-i that a number of Floridians
pend their summniers in Asheville. In-
teed, we met so many familiar faces
nat we began to think th'u we were
ii Ocala.
Th.: first Ocalian vwe met was M'r.
osuph Shuford, wtlo with Mrs. Shu-
oril, is )"pending the summer at
Ssihe-ville.
W\Ve next met Mr. and Mrs. .lace
'ainp. They have leased for tht


ummer


the old oolsey


home, ani


.'ill remain there until the latter part
f October. The grounds include
twelve acres and is one of the hand-
ouiest places in Asheville. Mr. and
Irs. Canmp's little son, Henry, is very
really improved since going to Ashe-
ille, and it is expected that he will
oon be entirely recovered. They
ave as their guests in Asheville Mrs.
ampl)'s brother, Mr. George Nurney.
i.4i ,e-y' sis','., Miss Millie Nurney, o'
ui.('(} '1,. .1i'. Cam-p expected to
etur:" 0o (. i ili c lit's; of ;his week.
We saw (iurino; tpe day Capt. L. M.
'hayer, a former Oct-,h citizen, who
ith his wife and ;il .'t. I .r, Miss
lay Thayer, is spending the slumniner
u Asheville. This is their second
summer there. They will spend th:
coming winter in Florida, and a part
f it probably in Ocal'a.
We met also in Asheville Mr. War-
en tholizclaw of Battle Creek. Mich..
formerly of Candler. He is there
ookiOig after the estate of his uncle,
he late Fred Gaskill, formerly of
)cala. Mr. Gaskill was a lirtner in
he Brown-Miller Shoe Company, the
largest shoe store in Asheville.
As we were waiting at the Biltmore


tue" mnuUmmi !nlilt I Uif ais, atill(1 was
steady in the pinches. He had three
men on bases in the first and ninth
innings, and retired his opponents
without a run. With a little more ex-
perience in the box he will be herd
to excel. Yesterday's game was only
his third opportunity, and he has cer-
tainly made good.
In the first inning, with LIakeland
at the bat, White hit a long foul to
Harris. who took it in. Donaldson
was out. Vogt to Blalock. Bower hit
for a single past first base. Alder-
mAan singled to right field. Hadley
was passed to first on four wide ones.
Riggen hit to Hutchings, who threw
him out at first.
Fprrell allowed only six of the lo-
cals to get on base. one on a doubtful.
hit by Bullock, three by bases on balls
and two others when runners in front
of them were retired. He had the
best control and greatest sped of any
pitcher the locals have batted
against.
In the third inning, Bullock was
first at bat. He bit to left field and
Alderman made a hard run for the


In her streets are fountalsin here
and there. All slay and all night the
water-sisulph-ur-is spoiuting from
these fountains, and the city plays In
them and sleeps by them.
Sweet sleep is not long delayed at
night, there where the fountains soft-
ly splash. And peace is in every drop
of water that wolls up out and over
the rim anda runs away In it- peace-
fulness.
Something lse also is in very drop
that wells ,ip from the fountain.s out
in the famous celery fields. It Is dia-
mionds, and they are put into the
banks of Sanford. Irrigation# Irri-
gation! Yes. that's right. (;ot it at
home? Well you must be sure aud get
It in your section as soon as today If
you can.
Celery-fed. and tinged with the
healthful color of the Seattle girl. Miss
Sanford is at home In winter and
summer, and all the time. On the
north tall palms thickly dot the front
and then Lake Monroe. with the St.
Johns trail passing through It for
miles on miles. To the south and
,"Oot i-- IN .." -1mv. .Ik _--If b-4-1 A


ball, which he failed to get, taking east is er ever "wVt el se.nr i allna
se,-veral tumbles in the attempt. Bul- stone blocks, paved streets, 4all the
lock continued his run to third base. streets in Sanford are paved) and el
Al.ter Blalock was retire(l, Ford hit gant churches and residence. On
to White and Bullock was out at the the west is thAtlantic Coast Line
plate. Ford stole second, but was round house andl the railroad yards.
caught off the bag shortly afterr when Out of town are the famous celery
Bower returned the ball to Ferrell. fiekls that are making Sanford and
who played it quickly to Riggin at Forida famous.
second base. That was pretty work, Sanford is a great tourist (city. and
and the locals should take notice. th" (lyle Line is her friend.
Lakeland's runs came in fhe sev- The Chronicle. with Editor Bell at
enth inning, which is superstitiously the ink stand, waves Its leaves over
considered t 1). the ickv inning by this city of celery and cuoling zepkh-
a great number of teams. Anil this yr.
] P .,. Editor Robert Holly will !a n -start
may be true. as many games have Elitor Robrt Holly wl n tart
been won on thehome zrindqi n Ia paper there will soon wet his p-u
lieo Onon bo hm rTanal edit th th Herld


eventh inning. Riggin was struck
mut. but the- ball got away from Bul-
ock. Taylor was out for bunting the
hird strike foul. Ferrell hit safely to
*ight field, Riggin going to third. Col-
Inti then drove a hard one to short,
wh.ich took a bad hound over Hutch-
ngs' head, and Riggen and Ferrell
crossed the plate. He was advanced
to third by DonQaldson's hit to left,
and crossed the rubber with the third
run when a pitched ball hit Bullock's
mask.
The locals very much regret losing
the game, but there is consolation In
the fact that it took a mighty good
team to win from them The boys
are playing better ball eve'-y day, but


and edit the Herald.
ALBERT ANSON K;RAHAM

THAT CAPTURED FAWN

The following letter, received from
Mr. D. M1. Barco of Cotton Plant. ez-
plains itself: .
S* 0 *
To the Editor Oc'la Banner.
In last wei,& issue you say that
Mr. Chambers, the fire chi'f. was
given fawn for his "uo." Now what
thi people of Cotton Plan: want to
know is, who had the right lo give
him the fawn? And by whoe author-
ity does he keep It? Has fire reilf
greater privilege under the gaim, law
than a farmer?


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THE OCALA BANNER
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PMANK HARRI4 tmdT.
P. V. Lam ee......- mm ls Manaer.


Tour flag and my flag, and hon it fiiel-
today;
In your land and my land and ha!f tl:
world away;
ROSS red and blood red its stripes f.r-
ever gleam;
finow white and soul white, the go-.),i
forefathers' dream;
Sky blue and true blue, with stars that
gle&m aright;
The gloried guidon of the day, a shel-
ter through the night.
Your flag and my flag, and oh. howv
much it holds!
Tour land and my land secure withi'-i
Its folds;
Your heart and my heart beat quicker
at the sight;
Snm-klised and wind-tossed, the red
and blue and white;
The one flag, the great flag. the flag far
me and you;
OotfiSed all ele beside.. the red and
white and bue.


FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1908


Nw nomome has M amed
Aftmld-ofHi-Plattom Taft.


him


Ribard Croker says that Roosevelt
Is "all right for writing books, but
so sort of a mao fr president."

1dio Is having about the same
e*m'leme that others have had in
the matter of building. His $1000 con-
crete house Is to cost about $2400.

ITat Plttsburg woman weighing
610 pounds, whose lower limb is 85
Inchees in clrcumference.is opposed to
the sheath gown.

The development of the watercress-
growing industry in Dorset. England,
Is enormous. One farm alone employs
40 persons in picking, packing and
preparing the cress for the market.

The Charleston News and Courier
sedately remarks that the sheath
own, with slits, should be adopted
ftor the young mam who grows "too
big for his breeches"

A tar a -h trial *m a charge of
boxing at the Amapolis Naval Acad-
emy and s awe a by the examin-
t board, Present Roosevelt rein-
stated eight caets last saturday.

The Florida pom& sts are trying to
'I up a ebveatioa. Wonder how
of them ots a iour democrat-
te may. Bta ulst "do like to
Ver"t4"Wfty aidf 16
6ge p ther4 a bit, boy s and
ktmrdo* the to dwn a bit.
Tle New York World s ows sign of
toenf to c aatrd the band
I-oa.-Tln Georm.-

Umb notdeattonm mmittes of the
satmm political parties remind one
of the neighborhood "surprise" par-
UM They ask the man who is to be
setifed when he wants to be "noti-
o~.e"

The Boston I'ranscript says, referr-
og to the nomination of Hisgen on
thdo Independence party ticket: "This
is the first time sioe Butler that
ausuachusetts has bad a presidential
candidate."

The independent party Is a misno-
mr., in that It is said to be entirely
dpeadent Oa the dough-bag of Wil-
Rlandolph Hearst. Unless maybe
It means that It Is independent of any-
ne else's money.


"Potics Is the grmtest game on
enrt," oay a c-madte who never
truato e&* n -.iamtn #%,i.


BRYAN AND THE NEGRO VOTE 'After the Black Vote' are some of the
captions put upon the stories from
In his Macon speech Mr. Watson Lincoln, and the editorial comments
claimed that Mr. Bryan was playing thereon. Tom Watson, although th?
"fast and loose" on the Brownsville joyful recipient of any negro vote that
affair, and while he had held up the will come his way, is shocked. Other
president's hands in some of his other Georgians are shocked. The News
policies he studio,! y avoided prais-|ind Courier of Charleston. S. C., is
ing him for the brave s'aad he too Ichocked and alarmed. 'In our plain
on the Brownsville "shoot-up." ,a:,,; .)r,:aps brutal opinion, negroes
Mr. V'atsion threatens *o smokek' a:-,- ;-niesirable democrats.* it says.
Mr. Bryan out on "his matter, so vita!- \Ve differ from the Charleston paper
ly inUer -ting, t)o so'itiern voter., if. and Tlom Watson: we prefer to stand
he says. i, is t possible to do so. vwith Al.exandler Stephens and John B.
Since Mi. WVarson'." Macon speech. G(or,.n of Georgia. Wade Hampton.
the Charl,:-ton New., an,.i ,ourir T has generall Bratton and John Peter Rich-
come to hl:_ assistu'e anti is aiii'-n : rlson of So:uth Carolina, andl Zeb
him in "sn.oking" Mr. Bryan :.::t. .. a:c-e and MN.tt. Ransom of Nor'h


,is demanding that he ':ak- a l)pS',.c
deliverance: on thl. .:';jer..
The News i.n-i. Courieo- ay
"Wo', ;i.* ii) righi io a-: for allny
promise, ti'om Mr. Taft as to what he
will ,do with- the negro question it he
snail be elected. But the questions
we have aski-, Mr. Bryan ar. ,ntire-
ly proper in view of the relation of
the south to him and its particular
responsibility for his nomination at
Denver. We have asked him three
questions bearing directly upon the
negro in the south, namely, if elected
president, first, will hhe attempt any
interference with the conditions of
negro suffrage in the southern states:


*'arolina. How p'-oud we were of ev-
.., ro!i' -s!:Ii .d negro in ) 74; and 1S7".
Hio iai.pLi1, o appealed tj) the n,-
groe, to leave the corrupt rei)lblican
party and to vote the democratic tick-
et!' How negroes have been uniformly
(condemned for adhering to the renub-
lican party!"
The writer, in p)a-sing through
Jacksonville the other day. accilent-
ally met the Rev. W. A. Dickerson.
who stands so high in colored Mason-
ic and church circles in Florida. It
will be remembered that he was a
delegate to the St. Augustine republi-
can convention and headed a contest-
ing delegation to the ChAicago conven-


second, will he make any effort to re- tion.


store the negro soldiers who "shot
up" the town of Brownsville. Texas.
to the service: and, third, will he ap-
point negroes to official places in the
federal service, meaning the federal
service in the south. He can answer
these questions for himself, and the
white people of the south have a
right to know. That is all."


He says that as a rule the negroes
are opposed to the nomination of Taft
and will carry their opposition to the
polls.
The Rev. Dickerson is himself ad-
vocating the election of Mr. Bryan.
He says that the negroes hold the
balance of power; that they have per-
mitted themselves too long to be


The Columbia State says that Mr. mere "hewers of wood and toters of
Bryan needs no "smoking out" on the water" in the camp of the republican
Brownsville affair, or on the negro party: that they have been fed too
question generally, long on the "crumbs of promises"
The State quotes Mr. Bryan's posi- held out to them by the republican
tion on the Brownsville affair from party, and this year they propose to
the Commoner, made soon after that rebuke it by voting the democratic
occurrence, as follows: ticket: that the negro holds the bal-
"And still more is it the duty of sol-|ance of power in Indiana. Ohio, New
diers, sworn to support the constitu-! York and other states, and the negro
tion and the laws. to assist in bring- vote in these states may be safely
lag to punishment those who are counted on for Mr. Bryan.
guilty of criminal offenses, even The republican party is unquestion-
though the guilty parties belong to ably alarmed over the attitude of the
the same company. The friends of negro, and is about convinced that
the black man, whether they be them- the negro in the coming election will
selves white or black, can not afford either not vote at all or will vote the
to defend crime or the shielding of democratic ticket.
crime. It may be that the president -
has gone beyond his authority; if so. THE TIMES-UNION'S NEW EDi-
the question ought to be discussed as TOR
a legal one. Those who assert the MB
moral right of colored soldiers to Willis M Ball, who has so long
shield comrades charged with a cap- loyally and faithfully served the
ital offense will not give any material Times-Union as its managing editor,


assistance in the settlement of the
race question."
As to Mr. Bryan's position on the
south/s attitude toward the negro,
the State quotes Mr. Bryan as fol-
lows:
"The white man in the south has
disfranchised the negro in self-pro-
tection; and there is not a republican
in the north who would not have done
the same thing under the same circum-
stances. & 1ese republicans in the
north who dispute this or say they are
different from the south, either are
not frank with themselves or are as-
suming what is not true. The white


men of the south will not allow a few
men to use the solid black vote to
further their own financial and politi-
cal interests. And that is what was
being done.
"I want to say -right now that the
white men in the south are giving the
negroes better laws than the negroes
would give to the white men if they
were' making the laws."
The State says that Mr. Bryan had
said more along this line than Judge
Parker or the late President Cleve-
land ever said, and his utterances
ought to be entirely satisfactory to
southern democrats.
This paper agrees with the state
that Mr. Bryan needs no "smoking
out"-his position concerning this
question is too well known to give


has been elected president of the Flor-
ida Publishing Company and editor-
in-chief of the paper, to succeed the
late George W. Wilson. Mr. Ball is a
tireless worker and a splendid news-
paper man. He has not only earned
the honor, but thb company could not
have selected a better or more capa-
ble man to fill the important position
made vacant by Mr. Wilson's death.
Mr. Ball is a gentleman of high char-
acter and fully competent for the po-
sition.
When death claimed George W.
Wilson it was quite apparent that Mr.
Ball wyuld be called to the editorship
of the paper. His familiarity with all
the details of every* department of
the paper and his devotion to the in-
terests of the institution being known,
it was generally understood that he
would be chosen to be in charge of
the paper. His personality and the
interest he takes in his subordinates
gives assurance of continued har-
mony, which characterized his late
lamented predecessor.-Metropolis.

ALL TOGETHER

Now is the time for all good men
to come to the aid of their party, and
Gov. John Johnson of Minnesota, who
was offered by devoted admirers to
the democracy as the very brightest
and best before the Denver conven-


THE PRESIDENT'S "WAR POLICY" THE BALANCE OP TRADE

A writer in the New York Evening "The completed figures of our for-
Post denounces the "vicious" in the eign trade for the fiscal yenr 1i07-0."
president's speech at Newport. in point.4 out the New York Tribune,
which he strongly advocate a bigger "shows the largest balance in our fa-
navy. Ivor ever recorded. That balance is
This writer says: I l;,,;' .157 1',::. which .x;"-e ,d y $2.'" '.-
'All the well-tried wires and lev,>.j, tht' ph ,n': n',tl ar 'l and switches that stir a mighty pe)- e..aIl \*:i;r 1*,,,,l.* 1 P i. l0 -liki'l i
p)le to mighty clamor for a miglf ,., ,.i ti, rhe general illllI "." 't
navy were consunmniatvl hanll.',. ilr i:i:i a '.i ; lI-f!rial coV .!rivi:i- it
The powerful navy that i:. the l)!,, I' (',111 U' !i;tt ill ai ear.
guarantee of peace. there thane o, ', ,! ;iilta:t t our exo )r at t0i1
evading imperial rsponsibili'mi,.1 il. t ,,*"a..t-.;- at I rl > p ii til)pr-cedt-l*r edl
danger of being ri<-h and iiiindriiiel., .,lit hroad. while retrenching In
tlie Philiiplines. Hawaii. ('ub;tlt. the Ui,! iiport atlnd exercising other ne-
Panaia (canal. the Mionroe tlocrrin.-- j,.--a-rv lo!1i,'.-t 'c e()lonomles. The rush
not one of these wetll-rri,,il kettle- )f- ,( ior IPpUoict 11 al)roadl in Nove nber.
,Irumis in the iim s yirmplhonr ,f', -i .*her. .laniiaryv anIl February
i!'i)'iali'.l failed to co n O il o" r .,i it ,*-a to dIraw on Europo for
.:ciOnrotus beating Thl weakling ad ',,,I -:;pll;.- to enl the currency fam-
h.e 1Iollvycodidle, .asilv i.1 'iititiI UI ;-. ,,i .;:ft '\illt-itce of o rtI strength
fi-'r his ntw disguise as the mian who ,'-- :; proiIncing and! exporting nation.
hits "soft." was appropriately mauled. ,,= -,'h.r with the amiplitudl, of the re-
,1raged-d al)out )y the hair and to.s-4ed -,,''ce at the treasury's command,
i^".'." '1li!(kl.\ From the Hob:on )oin1 st view thej ii., hurri,',d liquidations forced last
president no doubt male a "hutlly \':tr oi) certain interests which had
speech" and in its maker'- eye was; ,)..r-extend*'d thlemselvet in specula-
also most pleasing, tiion
The writer in the Post. (continuing. \Ve were in no such fortunate con-
says: ,ltion in lS.42-9%,. when industry and
"The president is not often ambig- ()onimerce suffered a somewhat simi-
uous; but he unwittingly proclaims lar reaction. In that year our ex-
undoubted truth when he declares er- ports fell off from $1.030,04)0,000 to
roneous "the theory of certain of our $S47,..000.000, while our imports in-
fellow citizens that we can permIa- creased from $827.000,000 to $866.-
nently follow a policy of peace with j,.O)00. A favorable balance of trade
insult." Of course you can't keep on of $202,000.0004) was converted into a
insulting the nations of the world balance against us of $1S.0)0.0-00. It
without goading them into war at last. was not until 1996-97 that exports
"It is absolutely necessary that if ro-. again above the $1,000.000.000
we claim for ourselves the right to mark. Now. however, exports have
choose who shall come here. we shall declined only a trifle from $l.qO.000.-
be in trim to uphold that right if any .t),o, t $1.s .O.(6).fi,. while Imports
power challenges it." No names are live been cut from $2,1,4.0,. ,)0i to
mentioned, please take notice. Of $. l94.000.001,. We retrenche(d h-iroic-
course. Russia's tieot may attack us ally and successfully this time. andi in
If we shut out the Jews, Austria-Htun- ;ix months have recovered fairly well
gary's fleet may attack us. Roumania's rom the effects of the October panic.
fleet may destroy our Panama canal? Foreign trade will nor remain at a
Loeb may say that Hobson is not tell- standstill as it did for tour epari af-
ing the truth, but how shall we hence- 1S92-9:,. Thr-re, are iidicalions
forth lift up our voices against Hob- already that the -h:c 4 of t' i October
son. now that Mr. Roosevelt has spok- panic hast; been overcome and that the
en and Loeb can not deny? new year will show a development in
Scorn and fire are none too harsh harmony with that of the long array
for the heads of those who venture to of prosperous years since 1497."-


believe that our national defense
rests in something else than the big-
gest navy on the earth. We are rich:
other countries are poor. There you
have it. We've got to be in a posi-
tion to lick 'em all. They are fools
and weaklings who believe that good
will toward other nations, and a de-
cent tone in the way we speak of
them, count something towards peace.
They are ignorant or blind who still
cling to the old belief that our geo-
graphical situation forms part of our
defense. They are senile optimists
who believe that in this country there
are vast reserves of strength which
would break out against unjust at-
tack with force sufficient to sweep
invasion back upon itself. They are
bad strategists who insist that Japan
may think twice before taking on a
fight thousands of miles away from
her shores, or that England will hesi-
tate before attacking the nation that
lies south of Canada. It was our
mighty navy of old wooden cruisers
we suppose that kept England from
going to war with us over Venezuela.
A very large cat came out of the bag
when Mr. Roosevelt laid it down that
"to be rich, aggressive and unarmed.
is to invite certain disaster." True. if
you are a rich and fat old gentleman.
and deliberately bit a prize fighter in
the eye, you are likely to get into
trouble.
"Approaching refinement from pub-
lic life has not tempered Mr. Roose-
velt's passions nor sobered his style.
In view of the harm that a speech
like yesterday's may do, it is a pity
that his desire to hunt in Africa can-
not sooner be realized. The president
has not seen fit to take up the neces-
sary house cleaning in the navy de-
partment which real naval efficiency
calls for. He has done nothing to


Greensboro News.

MR. BRYAN'S CABINET

The campaign guesser has starte-
the ball rolling by guessing the cabi-
net members of the Bryan administr.i-
tion. Here is his list:
Secretary of State-Judson Harmon
of Ohio.
Secretary of the Treasury-John A.
Johnson of Minnesota.
Secreary of War-George Turn,-r
of Washington.
Attorney General-William .1. (;sy-
nor of New York.
Postmaster General-Henry ri.
Clayton of Alabama.
Secretary of the Navy-Theoidore
A. Bell of California.
Secreary of the Interior-.-Thom is
M. Patterson of Colorado.
Secreary of Agriculture--Ciji,
Howell of Georgia.
Secretary of Commerce and Ia'or
-John Mitchell of Illinois

TOM WATSON ON BRYAN

Tom Watson is mor- severe (in
Bryan than on Taft because he rwil-
izes that if Taft is elected the demo-
cratic party will become very much
demoralized and in the re-adjustment
of parties the populist party will stand
some show of a future If. however,
Mr. Bryan Is elected the democratic
party will be given a lease of power
for many years. and the populist par-
ty- will be helplessly extinguished. 8o
there is method in Watson coaee-
trating his heaviest artillery on the
democratic nominee; but. as Mr.
Watson's tactics are thoroughly un-
derstood, his efforts, though studious-
ly planned, will not be very effective.


Now that the governor hA- ,...-m .


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NCTS OR ER



WAS: 'CUTICURA'


For a Bad Case of Eczema on0 ,i4
-Suffered for Thre Months-
Disease Reached a Fearful State
-Pain and Itching were T'er )e.

CURED AFTER OTHER
PRESCRIPTIONS FAILED
*
"Wh'n I wao *rna.: I w, "r ,.'
writh e<-iema f Wa.4 all 4,ver my fa,', 3fn. ..v-r.-% "ar v
all f ny h-ad. It r.*aV. jel a Is 'too
that it wa ju.4 t a larC, a.' a vi.t
an.I tlle p in anid (l itCthing W.t '.-rrirn.
1 d<,.t-red with an alo b v4.F. .'! f '
)ome' time and wan then av .0*'1 1t,. him
to u.'e the Cuticura H.ml. t,!, h I
did and I wa t -ntire'ivy '1fi. I lV4
not to.,n botbhered with it -r--. I .t
('uti'ura .Sap and ('utiura 'Pinr'm.-n-,
but do not know exactly how nf'll h w"
uI-ed to complete' the curve. 1 (-an mf-s.,
say that Cuticura did a lot for in.-. M;.
Anabel Wilson. North Braixh. Mzici,
Oct. 20, 1907."


ITCHING CURED
With Cutcuim RMe dies In
Three Days After Six
Mouths of Suffering.
"I suffered fully six months. The
trouble began on my wnuin little.
red pimples and it was not l, bt.a.
it was all over my body, ltunI, tn.
and hands. It was so bad that I could
not rest night or day and d"wri t-
six months. I did not get a good niuht'
sleep. I doctored for three or w
montlr sad spent at iset twenty dot-
las trying to nd a cure but none oemld
be found. Then I saw the Cutitcm
Rmnedies advertised, and the next dWV
I purchased some for sew ty-Gv eMnto
at the druit's. I used the m and 1
wa relievedof the itching in three da.s
and I have never had a silgn of say -i8
disease since. The Cuticura Remedie
are the only remedies to ud for ski"
disesog', they have cured n and th
will cure others in the same way. J.W.
Bloom, R. R. Tlgrapher, Holloway,
Mich., Nov. 20 and Dec. 29. 1906.
Cuticura R edipes are guaranteed
absolutely pure under the Unit,-d States
Food andDrugs Act.
Complete External and Into-mal Trestmeit t
Every Humor of Infants. *htldron. aind Adult uin .
*lats of (CuUeurs Soap i2'e to Ch-ae toeth etku.
Cutile 'ra OBntrmit('50c. )to H-al the Skn. and Cuj-
oura Rpnlvemt (5&.1. #or in tbe form of ( hq plio
C('i*4d Pils. 25e. per vial of 60 to Puritfy the B105.
Sold throughout the world. Potter Dru a C(bew.
Corp.. Sole Prope.. Boston. M. w.
orMaVled Fre. CUUCUIr Book o SKim D0Q

HUMPHRIES FOR PRESIDENT OF
THE SENATE

Joe Humphries of the Bradentowo
Journal is mentioned prominently as
president of the next senate. Mr
Humphries has received the endorse-
ment of his district because of sear-
vices well performed, and that should
go a long way toward entitling him to
the honor of presiding over Florida's
higher legislative body.
But beyond any local endorsemem,
which might well be attributable te
partisan feeling or personal affection.
is the fact that Editor Humphrles ha
always proved himself a friend of
Florida whether it were In the col-
umns of his exceptiooally strong
weekly or in his utterances as a pub-
lic servant in the council of the
state.
The Tribune believes Mr. Hum-
phries would make a presiding oalcer
in the senate of unusual forcv adl hts
selection for such a high place wo
be only a just tribute to one wiO HIM


devoted his bet years to the mter
lal and moral betterment of iS
statr. -Tampa Tribun..


The gherifs office( on Wednesda
arrested ('. A. LHardy. the central
Lemon street grocer. and late unsw-
cessful candidate for county tax as-
seanor, on the charge of selling liquor
In a dry county. The charge was
made by Chief of Pulice P M Hagm.
who is to furnish the witfesa Ito
make good hi cbhargef4 -Piaatka
News.0
This in the samt eliarlv who jur
ing Marion county's wet ,r dr> ca
pagln rote quit.. a geod deal for
publication on the subject Jud4d
Rowton put him under ,'N. hum-i ?ov
appearance before a grand jury


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T1411VALLay (W
SHADOv


Y ea, though I walk through the
valey of the shadow of death, yet will
I tar No evil; 1Vy rod and Thy staff
shall comfort me."
Feebly tottering beneath the cruel
weight of Time's down-pressing hand,
a diminutive old negress shambled
along Bay street, struggling with a
bundle of laundry the size of which
made her appear all the more dimin-
utive. Her eyes wandered searching-
1x from face to face. portraying the
longing of a heart that felt the need
of friendship and the light of kindly
Recognition from the eyes of the hur-
--' ring passerby.
Finally the weight of the huge bun-
dle became too much for the old ne-
gress, and she plumped it down along-
| side the writer, and seated herself
thereon. "When Ah stated out."
r she mumbled. "dat washin' was
mighty heavy, but now Ah believes
it weighs a thousand pound-.. Hit sut-
telly am time dat dis nigger was
through carrying* clothes fo' de white
folks. but ef hard times don't en' soon
Ab reckon dey'll be a bundle ob duds
oa de hearse dat ain't been sent home
when dey take me ter de graveyard
and puts me under de grass: an' dat
won't be long,. nuther."
"Mighty hot weather to be carrying
around sucmh a bundle, isn't it. aunt-
ier' the writer asked.
"Hit sbo am, chile." was the reply.
"An' when Ah sees dem street cyars
"whizin' ter Riverside Park, an' me
having' ter walk along de streets, hit
S~se" do git hotter an- hotter. Hit
makes me want ter ride on one ob
Sdem ottermobubbles. but Ah am sho'
cairt ob dem things."
The old woman was silent for a
time,. nothing being heard above the
roar of the street except her labored
breathing. But finally, after gazing
steadily at the writer for a time. she
asked: "White folks, ain't yo' fum
Georgy?" "'Yes. mammy." I replied.
"but it has been a long, long time
since, as a boy. I meandered and
dreamed along the 'old red hills.' I've
been thinking of going back to stay
for years, but somehow I get restless
when I go back and break out into
the world again."
"Ef dis nigger eber gits back ter
de ole plantation." she sighed, "dey
won't be no trouble about me stayin'


dar. Ah reckon de plantation hain't
whut hit wuz. though, an' de only way
ter me ter git back is ter dream at
night or wait till I gits ter de home
above, which Ah aspectss looks jes lak
Georgy when de cotton fields am
!
Whitee.
The established bond of "fellow
feeling" gave the wrinkled. weaszened
relic of older days a foundation for
*twching" me for 10 cents, and the
last I saw of her she, bundle and all,
was aboard a car, and bound for Riv-
etmide Park. '"Gawd bless yer. hon-
ey," sb? murmured before leaving.
S"Ds ole nigger am on de journey, an*
s@Jl' soon be dar. Ah'll suttenly be
gVd when de time comes, too, 'cause
whbe Ah thinks about dat verse in
de Bible about de 'valley ob the shad:
i" er ob death' Ah ain't scairt ter go."
1 The blindly trusting faith of that ig-
oWant old woman took me back
through the years to childhood, bring-
ing me tender memories of the day
waen I [rst heard that verse, which
WWs comforted thousands in the last
bour. and of one who passed serenely
Into the unknown with the words of
the verse on her lips. And I envy the
old stores for the faith that will light
her way when she enters the "valley
of the shadow." as it did for another
of like kind who had gone on before.
I was a very little boy then, and
bad reached that indescribably grand
a"4 important era in life which comes
whes a boy dons his first pair of
t iret. My! but I was king that
day, and had no humbler or staunch-
er subject than old black mammy.
wiro Insisted on taking "mah chile"


Ah walk through de valley ob de
shadder oh teath. yet will Ah tear no
evil.t '"
Thanks to mammy's p)rayer!- and
good attention I did not pass through
the "valley of the shadow." but again
went out from the quiet home, an-
swering the call of the cities that lure
man on with the light of hope and
grind the vast majority into restless
oblivion.
One day I received a telegram an-
nouncing mammy's serious illness,
and although three days distant from
home, I made my way to the old wo-
man's bedside as fast as the iron
monsters of commerce could carry
me. I reached the humble cot just
as she was passing, and with an ex-
pression of tender love and recogni-
tion in her faded eyes. she passed.
"Yea. though Ah walks through de
valley ob de shadder." she murmured
-but the verse was completed "across
the river."
If the restless millions of "educat-


weak in patriotism, strong in l)an-ler-
ing to privilege, and in essence and
effect, a bull-headled, dogmatic asser-
tion that whatever is is right when it
is republican, and because it is re-
publican. Incidentally the republican
platform contains an undeniable state-
ment of the amazing increase of the
national wealth and available mater-
ial resources during the very years
when the people were suffering most
from intellectual famine. This is
worse than physical famine, because
the effects of physical famine are
transient if it is relieved in time, and
not permitted to kill; while the effects
of intellectual famine, of the depriva-
tion of boys and girls of the education
which should train, broaden, improve
and steady their minds can be over-
come never, never, never.
No matter how wealthy the illiter-
ate children of the United States may
be in later life. through fortune's
chances or changes, their money will
never buy back for them the years,


ed" and "intelligent" people but pos- the playtime, the school time. the op-
sessed that degree of abiding faith, portunities o" their youth, store their
what a different world this would be. minis with the knowledge which they
-F. L.. Hvffaker, in JacksonvillN Me- hay-o not h emn allowed to acquire, or
tropo.i-. form their brains to the habits of cor-
rect thought which have been inter-
WHY JAMES LEE GOT WELL fered with. We have heard one of
the richest men in the nation say,
Everybody in Zanesville. 0.. [-nows with obvior,,s and unaffected sincerity,


Mrs. Mary Lee, of rural route S. She
writes: "My husband. James Lee,
firmly believes he owes h4is life to the
use of Dr. King's New Discovery.
His lungs were so severely affected
that consumption seemed inevitable,
when a friend recommended New Dis-
covery We tried it. and its use has
restored him to perfect health." Dr.
King's New Discovery is the king of
throat and lung remedies. For coughs
and colds it has no equal. The first
dose gives relief. Sold under guar-
antee at Tydings & Co. drug store.
50c. and $1. Trial bottle free. I m


MAYS MAY WIN OUT


A report reached Jacksonville last
night that Judge John W. Malone of
the second judicial circuit had decid-
ed that the third congressional district
executive committee bad no right to
go behind the returns, and that the
action of the committee in declaring
J. Walter Kehoe the nominee of the
democratic party for congressman
from the third congressional district
was null and void.
If the report relative to the decision
of Judge Malone is correct it is very
probable that the committee will ap-
peal to the supreme court from the
decision of Judge Malone. and then
will come up a test of the constitu-
tionality of the primary election law
of the state.
Some well posted politicians and
some who have taken very little part
in politics, hold that once the su-
preme court is called upon to pass
upon the constitutionality of the state
primary law, it will be a death blow
to the law. but that remains to be
seen.-Times-Union. July 30.


FOR SORE FEET


that he would give a great deal more
than half his fortune if he had the
mental training of the "boys and
girls in the sixth and seventh grades."
This man knew his life had been
narrowed, knew he was cribbed, cab-
ined and confined, a mental dwarf on
a mountain of material wealth, con-
scious of possession, possession, pos-
session, and of inability to appreciate,
understand or use possession. There
was a torment worse than that of Tan-
talus. In order to protect innocent
boys and girls who under republican
conditions would have to suffer both
from poverty and ignorance-for not
one in a million overcomes the for-
mer condition unles, like the ignor-
ant rich man who talked with us, he
is one of "fortune's favorites," it is
the duty of all Americans to entrust
to democratic patriotism the care of
the country which, among all its
achievements, has none greater than
the production of 'the American bal-
lad. "Home. Sweet Home." It ts the
duty of all good Americans to save
the land of Home. Sweet Home, and
keep the little "kiddies" at their
mother's apron strings and in the
school room and out of the clutches
of the beef trust, and the steel trust,
and the coal trust. They can save
and protect the home-land and help
restore three million toiling children
to their nurseries and schools by for-
getting past political prejudices, if,
indeed, they were swayed by any, and
by giving broad-minded, hearty. Amer-
ican support to William Jennings
Bryan, defender of Home. Sweet
Home.-Los Angeles Herald.

SHE LIKES GOOD THINGS


l


TAre's NO Use Ar gung


About Millinery!


heights and her heavy hand down on DEMOCRACY AND HOME
the plckaninny's head. The last act -
did end the meeting, causing mammy John W. Kern, democratic candidate
to be afterwards tried by the church for vice president, says the party will
on account of her fractious spirit. Be- score a signal victory in November.
Ing practically leader of the church, Republicans who give their politics
she came "through the shadow"' with instead of their country the first place
flying colors, however, in their loyalty fail to see any reason
Years afterwards, suffering from an for this confidence. They think Mr.
attack of nervous prostration from Kern is "talking for effect" when he
overwork on metropolitan newspa- says democrats will win. But he is in
pers. I managed to get back to the earnest, and you shall see that he is
little mountain hole in North Geor- a true prophet. Democrats will win
gia. where for weeks I hovered I )e- because the democratic platform is a
tween life and death, the victim of sane anl sound document, a dleclara-
typhoid fever. None worke.I harder tion of intentions, plans and princi-
for my comfort and recovery than l)es which breathe the very spirit of
mammy, l)lt it was thought that i Americanism. and revives the hopes
would leave the "vale of tears-" one 'of many good citizens who had begun
bright spring day. to think the day was over when free-
"Hones chile." wl:isperetd namnvy1 dor0 was the only ruler in the U'nited
when I temporarily recovered from States, ant to believe the tyrant.
delirium. "Ah been prayin' ter yo' all igreel. hal usurped h,-r place. They
night, an' Ah b'lieve yer gwine ter git will win because the republican plat-
well: butl Ahll wants yer tor remember form is anti unsoutnd document of
dat verse in ,I. Bible: 'Yea. though ,loubtfuil sani'.. devoid of wisdom.


A WORN-OUT CONTENTION

In spite of the attempt oy Judge
Taft to make his speech of accept-
ance conciliatory and at least appar-
ently fair, he falls into the old plan
of claiming prosperity as the neces-
sary effect of the success of his party,
and business disaster as the sure at-
tendant of democratic success.
This pretense has done duty ex-
tensively in recent years, and for a
time it was supported by a series of
fortunate accidents. To be sure the
contention of republican success is al-
ways followed by good time., had
nothing to support it. The reputbli-
cans won in S72 by) a great majority.
and yet the panic of the next year
was tremendous, and the dull times
lasted for half a dozen years, with, nu-
merous bankruptcies and all sorts of
financial wrecks. But this was a gen-
eration ago. and is remembered im-
perfectly by the mass of tLe popula-
tion.
Fifteen years ago the panic came
hard after a democratic triumph, just
as that of 1S73 came after a republi-
can victory. Moreover the panic of
189:3 came before there had been any
legislation by the democrats, and
could not fairly be attributed to any
such cause. But the fact that it came
during a democratic administration
was accepted by a great many as
proof that it was caused by the demo-
crats. By the time a new president
was inaugurated the dull times had
run their course, and prosperity
speedily returned. That the panic


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Ocala House W~


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INSIDE AND VENETIAN BLINDS


BURROWED' RUSTLESS SCREENS
30 DAYS F IN3 TRIAL


and the recovery happened to follow
close upon a democratic anti republi- 8. A. RAWLS TALKS ABOUT CON-
can victory was a mere coincidence. VICTS
In the 70's the same thing occurred
without any change of parties, though Startling revelations brought out
the country declared against the re- by the Georgia legislature in investl-
publicans in 1874 and 1876. But the gating alleged abuses in connection
coincidence of these events was for- with the convict lease system of that
tunate for the republicans, and they state have naturally brought into gen-
got the benefit of it. eral discussion the matter of abolish.
All this. however, was changed last ing the system in Florida, which many
year. The republicans were in pow- have long favored.
er in all departments of the govern- Conditions in Florida however, ap-
ment and yet a panic came on. They pear to be entirely different from
insist that they were not to blame for those existing in Gerogia. particularly
it, but certainly they were as much as the system does not offer the same
to blame as were the democrats in chances for graft and political trick-
189.. They had already announced ery as that of Georgia, prominent offi-
the rule that republican success cials of which have been brought into
meant prosperity; republican defeat decidedly bad repute by disclosures
adversity, so they were stopped from made. It is also generally known that
saying the panic had no partisan bear- the authorities of Florida enforce bet-
ing. They had insisted to the contra- ter treatment of convicts than those
ry for many years, and were so corn- of Georgia.


mitted to a principle which the busi-
ness reverses showed to be untena-
ble.
In spite of this demonstration of
the falsity of the republican conten-
tion, the party's candidate for the
presidency comes forward and insists
that democratic success means disas-
ter, while republican success means
prosperity. This contention is out-
worn. Not only are the facts of long
agb opposed to it, but recent events,
contemporary history, show it to be
unfounded.-Louisville Courier-Jour-
nal.

A FAITHFUL FRIEND

"I have used Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since
it was fl.'st introduced to the public
in 1872, and have never found one
instance where a cure was not speed-
ily effected by its use. I have been a
commercial traveler for eighteen
years, and never start out on a trip
without this, my faithful friend," says
H. S. Nichols, of Oakland. Ind. Ter.
When a man has used a remedy for
thirty-five years he knows its value
and is competent to speak for it. For
sale by all druggists, mn


W.


H. MORELAND KILLED
.HIGH SPRINGS


AT


High Springs, July 29.-W. H.
Moreland, a drummer for the Ridley-
Williamson..Spain Company of Atlan-
ta. Ga., was hot and killed by an un-
known man on a prominent street
here tonight at 11 o'clock.
Mr. Moreland arrived in High
Qn4tino'a tnraosr Qi n, rfntpA a ir aent*


Rawti Talks Interestingly
Owing to revival of discussion by
abolishing the lease system in Flor-
ida a Metropolis representative this
morning called on S. A. Rawls, head
of S. A. Rawls & Co., lessees of the
state convicts, who was asked for an
expression on the subject.
"Of course the situation in Georgia
has to a great extent revived the talk
of abolishing the system in Florida,"
said Mr. Rawls, "and I do not see
how this could be otherwise, for con-
ditions in our neighboring state appear
to have reached the limit in every
way. The principal cause of com-
plaint in Georgia Is the graft feature,
about which I have had knowledge
for several years, and I have known
for a long time that startling revela-
tions would eventually be made. As
the lessees pay all salaries, however,
making the payment of a salary by
both state and lessee impossible, the
chance for graft in Florida is cut
down to a decidedly low notchL
Invites Inspection
"The people of Florida may rest as-
sured that no such conditions prevail
in this state," continued Mr. Rawls,
"and I cordially Invite any newspaper
reporter, state official or private citi-
zen to investigate every feature of
the work of S. A. Rawls & Co., and I
will personally aid in such investiga-
tion and have all my employes to do
likewise. You will find conditions far
different in Florida from those in
Georgia."
That few occasions have arisen for


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lMerclunt Tailoring

OCALA, FLA.
Finest Imported and Domes-
tic Clothes
CUTTING A SPECIALTY
FITS QUARANTIi

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Have a flail took of C m ue 4jIM4t
and Burilal Outfits. fpteal'ivema w
Burial servite.
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FOR 8ALB-420 acres haie
and pian land. 1 3-4 miles frhm -
tion. Also about 200 acres of ImpfOn
ed pine land, with a good *=retn
business. Reason for selling: UnaMw
to attend to it. Inquire J. M. UddeIl.
Santos, Fla. 7-3-4t

We will sell you a first class ra*wr
for $2.50, and guarantee it to be tr
class. Use It for thirty days, sad It
you are not satisfied, return it and St
your money back. The Corner Drum-
Store. 7-24-ttw.

EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS

The regular uniform state examima-
tion for teachers will be held in Ocala
enammoen maj* ~ rvi,,Amw at .9t a.


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I. It will pay you better to come
in and see what we are offering;
vou will then concede that we
Have the most complete line in
i the city, and then, too, we are
Preparing to clear our store for our
faU goods, and the prices have been
Reduced to Actual Cost on all Trim-
g med and Unrimmed hats. Our stock
of Trimmihtgs, Ribbhhons, Etc., have
I also been reduced in prica. If you
will call you will certainly see what
f you want, and also save money by
buying here.

Low Prices Will Prevail Only During August


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fund to the building fund $1250.
Bill of Mr. Venable for making fill
an Big Prairie, on tie Stokes Ferry
"ad for $350, was ordered paid.


in Candler to a point 10 chains west
of a point 30 chains south of north-
east corner of section 26, towuihip
16. south, range 23, east.


Brothers, of Atlanta, Georgia, ap-
peai'ed before the board witli his bill
for payment for the construction o)f
two sttel bridges across the Withla-
co(Whee River, the said bridges hav-


Belleview section, beg to say is very
much improv.-d physically, but not
:iKtatally. Theie can 1,e , that ie is a confirmed d 1;,.t.
In the I "'-on of th. d '.( ady Mrs.
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mOCEwOlNS OP BOARD OFi in the hands of said justice for thesouth 52 1-2 degrees, west 52 chains,
in thehatdsofesadt u2icehfrithe
COUNTY COMMISSiONERS appearance of the defendant waiting thence south S degrees, west 191.86
I-on motion for new trial, it was order- chains to the center of the railroad
Ocala, Fla., Aug. ;, 19S. led that the said money be refunded track near western point of "'Y'" at
The board of county commissioners Ito G. M. Johnson, and a warrant was Dunnellon. Florida, said point being
met on the above date lor tL.? purpose ordered drawn upon the F. and F. fundl 11.43 chains west of the west bound-
of bearing complaints by persons wholas aforesaid. ary of section 25. township IfC south.
were aggrieved on account of having! Mr. J. M. Mathews ma4l his report rang iS. east. thence south 21 ie-
their assessments raised by the board of the hard road at Dunnellon. and grees. a.- 45.;5 eha:ins o thne no:-.7,-
at the last meeting. Present: Hon.,approved the bill of Messrs. Ander:w i 1 *r:inu- 01 \V'i1m street. Dr_;-
John L. Edwards. chairman: N. A. !and Boswell for $1o:,.24. n llon. Fioridta. Tho- whol-. :-ian!c-I
Fio S. R. Pyles and J. M. Mathews. The committee heretofore alpmah- 1tim.' ::. I n.!es.
commissioners. t-.lT o view and mark out a ,illi-'l n-.. .
There being a qorum o.i,-epnt ke;roadi from a point on the Siinlmrf.I, i i PA Rv"R.
chairman called the nto trd to rl r -':ha:' -eaod v Bf--'leviOW T,) ('an,;..-. "' rN j
and the following proceedings were iniam ie ti -ir r-pI.i'r as ft l ows: !' .;:;i-i. in--'.
had: H(noraible Bowr, i of C'ou.n:y ('om .i-i- V':, ," v, ,\V- a>o, *,,
Mr. E. 0. Corlrev apnear od lhefre -ioners. Marion Cowi;\": m:',7' ( .. .; "' i
the board and complain-.d of the raGise ;entlemel--In ,-('*';,:id i1i' wi' l: n :.j.
on the wes, half of sonThwest quar- y lu"' order il0.i.vi,' 'I "s ;i (.col:l'1 '\ iT n -wit '*.t .). (::: ,. .o
ter. and so luthast quarter of th- T-*- Toi s'ir"rIy an:ull 4.Ir a i 1.,u 1 southwest quarter of section 3. town- for a hard road from the t, oint ,*1o:j (;ns,, t! :'o!Iee\vi; W !ii];, .i \- .,;' o b-
ship 15. south. range 24. east-12,, Snmnue:'fi5l road b By-llevi.-'\v o ;aTl,' a (aco',Ty roa:'
acres. The board believing that here Candler. we le- leav- to relpo;T ihal Ihi:!n!n at rh- no,. ,' ,>,r
was some equity in his ca-e. reduce we have sui'rveyel andl n:arke.l Ot,, o'f st-iolln 29, townshili I. -o(nh.
the assessment from $10'41, to $5,"'. 'h"e' tollownig roit'\1 which in ,,ir' ra n ,, 22. wasT. hwhii('h i- l*2,i li on
The Carnev Investmpnt Company. ju iimen: is the Ihos., all thinis- beini the Olaia a(nd Sun ,i'iclf. rr,,ul.
by Mr. W. B. Grey. its secretary. ani considerer, : ThO'nc, !iing east ;loi ilat stciom
Mr. John L. Carney. appeared before Beginning from the point wlhe-re ine to Th.- < ,1.w-l.as c(n rV of section'
the board with their complaint. and the Summerfield hard road intersects i2, tovwnshilp I17, souTh, range 22, as.
very earnestly protested against the with the south boundary of section then inning in a northeast :lirec-
raise which had been made by the 25. township 1I;. range 22. thence due tion until it cross the Mceiehe
board at its last meeting, on their easT near said section boundary to1 Lumber Companys railroad. thunce
property on North Lake Weir, Florida. the boundary of the town of Belle- running north through The town of
The board, after consideration, redluc- view, connecting with the town road Levon. to the postoffice at Levon.
ed the assessments back to the to the limits, and from a point on thence following the main traveled,
amounts originally assessed, south boundary of sections 30 and 29. road to tt point where it intersects
A communication from Mr. C. C. at the east boundary of the town of with the Sunmerfield public road.
Cary, protesting against the raise Belleview. thence due east on section Petition was filed, and unmler the
from $70 to $140 on the west half of line to a point 660 feet west of south- rules laid over until the next regular
toe northeast quarter, and southeast east corner of section 2S, township meeting of this hoard.
quarter Of northwest quarter, except- 16. range 23, thence east approximate- It appearing to the board that the
ing six acres mold to Moore. section ly 17 degrees north to a point due west applicp.tion of G. A. Carmichael. of
22, toirii 14, south range 19, of a point 10 chains we.t and '1 the Carmichael & Son Company, for
at--74 acres was received and read. chains south of the northeast corner permit to sell liquors, wines and beer
and pon motion was refused., of section 26. township 16, south, fin election district number one, was
A .unuuntication from Mrs. L. F. range 23, east. Thence due east to regular in form, and it further appear-
Xar@ail complaining about the raise said above point, ing that the notice as required by law
Sthe west half of an acre of and al- (Signed.) had been duly given and published,
Joining lot 39, Caldwells ad to Ocala. 0. M. GALE. and that no objections had been filed
raised from $300 to o$1500, was read. P. H. NUGENT. with the board, showing any cause
-d tie board believing that the as- It was, upon motion, ordered adopt- why this board should not grant a
ement was low enough, refused ed, the clerk directed to post notices permit to said Carmichael & Son
Iftee vqvet as required by law for the opening of Company, it is, upon motion, ordered
Mr. J. W. Hall appeared before the said road. that a permit be, and the same is
board and stated that he had been The clerk of this board was direct- hereby granted to the said Carmi-
ae d for turpentine leases on ed to destroy all of the old regisn'a- chael & Son Company to sell liquors.
lands which he did not own. and also tion books, and advertise the old reg- wines and beer in election district
for farm lands upon which, there was istration safe for sale. number one. Ocala, Marion county,
3o timber, and had paid the taxes The committee heretofore appoint- Florida.
tbeton, and asked relief at the ed to view and mark out that part of 'pon motion it was ordered that
Ieads of the board. It was ordered tie Ocala and Leesburg public road the' comptroller be recommended to
that a rebate of $113, the ine be- fo Lake Weir to Candler. made the nnnilwr 1ot
lug the coOnty's part only of the following report: upon the paym,.nt of the face' of the
amounts so paid, be granted to the We, the undersigned commission- certificat'-, and omitted year's taxes,
aid Han. and a warrant was ordered ers, appointed by your honorable w.ithout intcr,.'i.
Sor the same. board to snrevy and mar out the A n ber citi appeared be-
"fore the board and tiled the follow-
It appearing to the board that the above road. beg to report that we ing petition asking the board to es-
Sumner Lumber oxuiiaay were bad- have done so as follows: tablish and lay out a graded hard
ly damagiug the public road, known Beginning in section 4. township 17, surfaced road in Marion county.
a the Kendrick and Martin road, range 24, east, at northern terminus Florida, as follows:
Beginning on the northern boundary
with their log carts, the clerk 'was of that part of said road heretofore line of section 32, township 16, south,
directed to ify sW cmpany to chartered, said point being at a stake range 23, east, at a point where said
te sd ra t le-od u r -t onoe in the Intersection of Orange avenue section line is intersected by eastern
lid U 117 tl- ald strit, plat of Weir Park boundary line of the town of Belle-
~ p~ ~ g ad y b~t $t o Wirview. or there bouts. thence from
W" j W he .Ca ed-a tom fr town. Lake Weir, running thence said point of beginning in a general
damages sutated to -Id Trald. north 57 degrees, west 4( links, southeasterly direction to the Baptist


The following Justices of the Peace uieg school, but as there are not
repted fnes and costs imposed as en h scholars to make the requir-
follows: e average the board apl'ropriatel
$18 per month to convey ,'he childr-n
S= ': ,: to Weirsdale and grantedl the trusts
Si ^ authority to supplement 'his amount
* fron The district fraar, -iiffici-,nt to


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$2)3, 1,5 "j'h 't, A, ', rj J t. } ,f t e' 1',ac "
Th*e appiication of 'Mr s. I,. l1'\v. rE-',' <. n,, rRn\ \ i l: T. L. John-
for mark and brand inspector of )Di.- ,n. Alt,1o x nd,.r Wynrn-. R. (.'. Doug-
;t-.. \WV. WV. Jaukso'n. '. R. Veal. H. V.
trict Number (one was refuscd. |, ...,'.,.,


It was upon motion ordered that
T. E. Pasteur, C'ounty Treasurer.
make a transfer of funds a;s follows.
from the Fine and F ti"-ture Pun-.
$635.00, and frim th5-. special r4ad1
fund $765.01, making a total of $14410.
and that th,- same be trarn-f-eried to
the building fund.
The board approved iln-liol claims
as follows: Mrs. Adelia P. Philips,
William J. Meadows, J. A. Alexander.
A. R. Griffin.
The board approved bonds for car-
rying fire armnis an (d ordered licenses
to issue as follows: B. F. %V. Earl.
H. B. Mock, D. B. Brinson, D. L.
Boonme, John A. Smith, R. L. Carter,
A. C. McMichael.
Bond of S. L. Friday, notary public,
was duly approved, with Ed. Rou and
J. W. Wilson as sureties.
Bond of John M. Graham for the
care and safe-keeping of all public
funds, military property, etc.. was
duly approved, with G orge MacKay
and M. Fishel as suretie.s.
Upon motion it was ordered that
the minutes of the last meeting of the
board, in so far as it refers to the
sheriff of Marion county, Florida,
performing the duties o)f Game War-
den. is rescinded.
Bill of C. J. McCranie, for $100. as
Game Warden for fines collected as
such was ordered paid.
Upon motion it was ordered that
the clerk request Austin Weston
Company. Chicago, Limvited. to ship
to John L. Edwards, Ocala. Florida,
one of their new steel Weston Lever
Ditcher, and two horse grader, upon
tlw terms of their guarantee set forth
in their little communication on file
with this board.
The tax collector presented his re-
ports for settlement, wlv hreupon the
board carefully examined and com-
pared the list, and allowed the same,
and ordered the clerk to credit the
said collector on account of said list
foer the amounts so reported.
It was upon motion ordered that
Captain Pyles be and he is authorized
to select and purchase -a water tank,
and the chairman of this board re-
quested, upon the request of Mr. Lu-
cius. hard road overseer, to order a
roller, etc.
The following persons filed petitions
asking permits to sell liquors, wines
and beer in this county, and the peti-
tions appearing to be in legal form,
the board directed the cierk to pubflsh
nec(:sary notices, namely:
John Mason Tyson, for District
No. 1.
J. M. McCorkle. District No. 1.
Bluthenthal & Bickert, Dist. No. 1.
H. J. Precht, District N, 1.
R. L. Keating, doing business as
Keating & Co.. Dist. No. 1.
G. D. Hogan. District No. 1.
WV. H. Mills, District No. 1.
R. A. Falana, District No. 1.
B. F. Duke, District No. 24.
Harry Peter. District No. 24.
W. C. O'Bannon. District No. 21.
A. H. Rollins, District No. 24.
J. L. Trotter, District No. 24.
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The- tax collector reported poll tax
regular $79, extra $3, total $,2.
l. c'-'ns'cs "'.li,'ted forr c ,Cunty. $61.50.
\ petition was til-d by citizens near
I .';tilI, i'ivtestinll thi- board to ip 'n
;v'* i- lId Aublic rad known as the
C'I 1 loo'tt road, which petition was filed]
.nd !;aid over until thie next il-gKIar
i.- eting ,f the board.
Board thereupon m adjourned until
their next regular me-eting in Septem-
ber. to be heldl on September Sth and
9th, 190S. S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.

Aug. 1st, 190S.
M-r. S. It. Pylts. commissionerr in
Charge of Harid Road VWork in Dis-
trict Three, Marion County, Fla.-
Dear Sir: I wish to submit th. fol-
o\owing as my report for work done
"t'l. t ;,l I iIt of expenditures for the
month of July. 19.S8: I have r(ocked(l
t\o thousands( yards 0on tlhe Ocala and
Sumni-rfi(tid hard r,"ad and run the
large gralur ove-r lthie Oeala and An-
tho(ny.V SiIlv r Sprin m Igs a nl S1;tI'r.'Ie
P',rry hard roads during the last
monl]th at the follom\\ing total c(.st of
$937. 14. Y iu will lind in .lrk' ,of-
fice itemized bills to make uip above
amount. ('ash on hand $3". Think
$150 more will be sufficient for this
p:month. Rcs;t ctfully.
M. M. Lucius.
Overseer Hard Road.

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n.i n l'-.l anrid aii ,'ii lto ',i -ti .. (of
tie i t',lldic-kt -(i> d! ,district. to fill the
iniox idred -,.i ;: o .f 1 rD u pro-,. r ,-
signfId.
Mr. j. T. "lail was ,. t. v .t th,' ron
tract to convPv th'h (h.:il.r,-n ronim
South Lake Woeir To Wirsiale- at $2".o
per month.
Mr. E. Wever was grante-d Th (.on-
tract to convey rh*- childr-en from
Old Town sttl(,ment to the F',!',.w
ship school at $2-'' per month
The Lowell school was zrant.it#d ,,t
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house.
The Shiloh school was granted $10
for repairs.
Mr. M. M. Proctor appeared before
the hoard and stated that the Farm-
ers' U'nion had offered $140 for the old
school house at P',dro and ,,nl. acr f
land belonging to the- hoar Id. W'i t h,'
as said land was ote' +acre o.i' ai
forty of his lin,. h- w-ant.,' t, f ,,
the acre from the boar I,m.ino if tr-
board would authorize th*- truste.o to
sell said house and land to the b..t
advantage. that he Would 'I-+'-oi
check for $S,,, in th- I ant.- f.,r ",.
board ani! uuiarint,,'-, $',,, I- ,, ,
house and land.
The proposition (it Mr Pro< tor accepted and the trustees ;tar h.'r-.tv
authorized, to sell house and lanI 'o
the best advantage.
The superintendent rep4 r- .,I i,'


LIC INSTRUCTION the state has not paid any f 'he
school appropriations now In ov,.r a
Ocala. Fla, Aug. 4, 1908. year. That the state is 1,du la tion
The board of public instruction in county $2:11 for extending ih,
and for Marion county, Florida, met schools of 19<17 on the so pAr *.nt av
this the fourth day of August. 1901S. in Ierage, under chapter 5;51, and $1 9
regular session with Isaac Stevens, under same chapter for S0 per rent.
chairman, B. R. Blitch and ti S. Gran- average of l94's, and $4l0o4 tnoler ,'hai-
tham present. !ter 5657, which the county should hae
Minutes of the last meeting w(re received the first (of January, arinl
read and approved, that the state is owing the ,i'"-trts
The superintendent reported that for junior and senior high schools and
he had contracted with Mr. W. C. rural graded school, according to chap-
Blanchard to make all necessary re- ter 53S2. the .unm of $',;, Making
pairs to the Griner Farm school the total amount il.- Marion ct,',iy
house and paint the building on the from the state $ ;, That the tna-
outside with two good coats of paint ability of the state to pay the-A> ap-
for $228. propilations. esp4.cialli. the amnms
A petition was presented to thei'due the high schools are gr"atly af-
board, signed by a large number ofQfecting said school.
patrons of the Magnolia colored In view of the fauc that the. -taie
school, preferring charges against the is now paying these apprpriai'ions
supervisor, Chappell Austin, and ask-.the board will not attetmpt to run
ing the board to discharge Qaid super- any school longer than the re'l.ar
visor and appoint A. B. Edwards in county term next year on acoimnt of
his place. The matter was deferred school making X3 per cent. average.
for investigation until the next meet- unless the money is paid before ,h-
ing of the board, close of the school term.0
A request was before the board to According to the 11w requiring th*
establish a school about seven miles school board to examine the tax col-
from Ocala on the Sam Pyles road. leetor's poll list twice each year. To
A number of the patrons of the Shady I see if his collections balance itrh
school appeared before the board and the treasurer's report, the board
protested against the establishment spent all day Wednesday checking up
of the new school on the ground that all polls paid since August. 1007 and
it would draw so many nunile, 'P,. firn..a i. .*- . .


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Chmy Hope of tVM, iWIda, who thence north 22 degrees, IS chains, church, or vicinity thereof, at. North
Ste are" of an dt woman, thence in a northwesterly direction, Lake Weir running through sections
the f an t e i a d 32, 33. 34. in township 16, south, range
-pled In her cre .by the board. ask- parallel with the Florida Soiibern R. 24 east. and sections one and two, in
ed for additional remuperatku -'for R.. and 45 feet from center of said tow ship 17 south, range 23. east.
the woman's maintenance. The board railroad tracks, to the west boundary which petition, under the rule was
treed the sala already given of section 32. township 16, south, range laid over until the meeting in Sp-
Incrned he aai'yalredy t~~'nhiptenibcr 'next.
mW dollar more. 24. east, thence continuing in a north. Petition heretofore filed asking the
It then being five o'clock, the board westerly direction to a point 1 chain board to change the road from Pedro
adjourned. to meet in regular session south of the northeast corner of the to Summertlield: Beginning at %
nurhwst ua- ection line, and running east two
in the morning at 8 o'clock, August northeast quarter of northwest quar- ection lino and runni east twe
miles, and north one-half mile. was
4, 1i0S. ter of section 31, township 16. south, granted upon condition that the peti-
Ocala, Fla-, Aug. 4. 1909. range 24, east, thence nrrth 55 de- .tioners secure the right of way, and
The board of county commissioners grees,. west through sections 31 and opening up the road without expense
met in regular session on the above 3(. township 16. south, range 24, east, t, the county.
Board adjourned until tomorrow
date. Present: Hon. John L Ed- to a stake near the baybead in the inningn, at eight o'clock.
wards. chairman. S. R. Pyles C. W. northeast corner of southwest quarter Wednesday morning, eight o'clock.
Tuner. J. M. Mathews and N. A. of section 30, township 16. south, Board convened: all members present,
rt, commissioners, range 24, east, thenoe north 51 3-4 -."xc-pt Conmmissioner Turner, who
*vas detained on account of sickness.
lBoard was called to order by the greens, west 58.30 chains to the center It appearing to the board that C. R.
chairman, and the following proceed- of the eastern terminus of Oliver was a needy person, and de-
lgB had: street in Candler. said point being I10 served assistance at the hands of the
It was upon motion ordered that chains north of the center of section board, i 'as ordered that a donation
Ld live dollars a month be made for
T. E. Pateur, county treasurer. 25. township 16, south, range 23, east, -aid Oliver.
transfer from the fine and forfeiture thence west in center of said street Mr. Quinn. representing Austin


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F.r fca-alguc-s ad,1r-.ss th,..- Pr-.,zidnt


Winter Park, Florida.


I
MRS. MAYBRICK STILL SEARCH-; after that to get some trace of them
ING FOR HER CHILDREN was fruitless.
SWhile Mrs. Maybrick does not look
As like a woman with a prison life of fif-
Almost twenty years since she was I te y b tributes
sent to prison-the last four years en years behind her she attributes
sent to prison--the last four years this to the fact that during the four
of that time being spent in a fruitless
search for her children-Mrs. Flor- years of her freedom she has fully re-
senc faobric. probablydthemost Fa-r(cuperated from the long mental and
ence Maybrick. probably the most fa- Mhs strain.-Courier-Journal.
mous woman prisoner in the world, is physical strain.-Courier-Journal.
still determined to find the little ones
she left behind as babies when she JUDGE EMORY SPEER HOLDS UP
was thrown into an English prison RATE INCREASE
twenty yeai-: ago. Mrs. Maybrick ____
u-a, in i 'n-'li.h nris.onn in Tl.ivernool


from l"SSt; to V
1hral"te the ir-It
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\elt. an-d all o
ies since the f
til her release
Mrs. May;'i
Virginia t)etor
land ith her
his death in V
his brothers o
'e. At the
lawyers secu,'a
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! -ir,-inia. to sh
M|.-lrick hail
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Injury. but a


91,4. and sho will cele- Judge Emory Speer has taken a
four years of, her free- broad and patriotic view of the freight
lie today, having been rate situation as set forth in his de-
'.- 2:5. 1904. cision handed down at Mt. Airy. where
%k was sentenced to jone of the most inmpI)ortant cases in
i;iiudr of lih-r husband. the history of present litigation has
k. afiIter perhaps tl i been under review in a unique envi-
1.- triai ill tilh history ronmenllT which pre..ented a strong
.-pru7i,-n ,.l an.; i ,was ,5 contrast with '.' e ,li nitv yi th coir'l
lr* i,, t1 ''-. l t 0* t':,e aim i vii al intltensity o' the cause.
ic 1':z7 i: r s n'r< Ni ',, p ivat, (ars. wh ich In Ihe ipop-
't ii1',' : 1iis.!ii i..'lln ii;* miilid a1 l>:s? a'e thi'le v.'' s .!: -
". :I'. Hl Ii t -- p 0;ei 17 a Aini. i i ,t ,w. IW;t
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*('* 1i1"." !(,l .... .. i f ? l lt i. ;* <*'():' i;;.l :i i ...." i > tii .^ r.; l; it ;',l.-
* .. ;,ll <',I ii '. : -l l',~t i;tl : ,i:,' 'o liii?,. ti-,*-1.. tl', n it,, r'-o m p!lex i-
i i in )-i-oni t'll i IIO's W t! lthe liW. wirtlh i;s "-( (ieless
,; ; '*.; \\t U:.h sh.'- li *i.'2iai .: r'ce'InT.s its v. iil ril ess
1 -(.41 ;his c()ll;ri'y of sint le illsa i ,s." wes re arlield by
Sitolr vt-z.- ai1o. Mrs. th, Xleza! re!l'prsonta lives of thel most
c alk -. (.anof retrain oxteolsive (orl)orate intre.-ts in the
11 P,' wo) chilblren. lha- worifl.
la-,t saw them. now a Up tlhiere anmoug he oaks of North
I vouiin- woman. At tlhe (;Gorgia onet, of the most distinguish-
lutrisonzient the -eiiest ed jutiges on the federal Lench was
layt)rick. .Jr.. was fotifr ledidinax qitesilons which are vitally
(;lalvs. the yonnf,.st. important, not only to the people of
C>,orgia anI the south. lbut of the
k to Search Again whol, country, since the outcome
since she w-as li'rst r- )rol)ally marks thi. advance or re-
a. ars a. ail, ', u" any trace. \vlhjich is as wide as ilhe colltilien!t
i. :nip! ir: ', i U lar;lle T!e plea to) the jIlr'is, lctimi was
i'alLall, Y a!:. ill il ro:n;)ty o\ *-rri.'el. in lanlza~e
I'W Ci'i ;. s *o t, h ir' 'i ''1, ,! .-w i t'ni,,a' 1)0 t ",ail ')oa ls
.\. all of I et rt- l 'iwI 'tK .1 iI >v;, ri'i- the
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( v .i' l! :o : i'. l 'ai (i.'d is ri. at T!hey co;illI not
S H 1 l -. 't.i :(il ( '(e ijii ) t .lii.- T, ' i y "'.'i.i o' Ilt ')l
',:' in,'i- ti't.;, iln iN'i'on i f .' ]iric t ei f\ e, 'i ; ,l'.wi ,iix*n w; icll
> '!tl.V. '1 (o (II'orI ;lui Ii i t ev y \ 'er lit,, of the
d.' att;;ie -.: :.t. att *l ,i& ld all i.-peni.' so far a.. !,iibnslo)!'ta-
.. !,.a:i p iil- tifromI it', tlioll is coliciO i'r'd. .11 11, lh 1n l'ny tlhe
1io1 otflic:i.Iy takenll i right of those who .are wir(n-'zi to b)-
i? i S ali. .;" l'! ii ti \ heard, oil the o zrounl l t, ha i tl -
ieil'.'t~i (4 g ."-e .-*'elit to fnlliianrs are ioln-rl'esi(lentls.
I!r'als.l ii)t of te' C !i't Tihe niet result of the pro'4)edinfgs
ni, front that tilite until is that th,- templ)orary injunction wil!
e administrationn fought stand for the time boein, andI the
or release. During ilher' railroads will not be allowed To put
he(,r case was given offi- into effect the increased freight rates
I by presidents Cleve- agreed upon by the Southtlastern
i. McKinley and Ro)se- Freight Association on next Saturday.
f the congressional b)od- The immediate consequence will
fifty-fourth congress un- be that the railroads will, as Juige
four years ago. Speer expressed it. "post with quick
ick was a resident of dexterity" to the interstate commerce
e her removal to Eng- commission for a hearing as to th,
husband, and following reasonableness of the proposed rate.
SS she was accused by while in the meantime the shippers
*f having fed him arsen- and consumers will not be required
trial Mrs. Maybrick's to bear the increased 1)urden of addi-
^l many witnesses from tional freight rates while the litiga-
iding a druggist from tion proceeds.
low that for eight years It will be remembered that shortly
been an arsenic fiend, after the increased rates on hay.
all of tis class of tes- grain, and packing house produces
.vas convicted and sen- were announced by the railroads, a
th. It was shown later second mneting of the Southeastern
tephen. the trial justice.1 Freight As-ociation was held in Lou-
his instructions to the tisville in which a horizontal increase
England then, as now. on practically all conmmo cities was


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PROSPERITY COMING

"We Have Had Our Lesson and Have Learned It Well" Says

Charles A. Schwab in the New York Worid.


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prosperity for everybody who has a
mind to work.
The recent contraction was no sign
of re-al hard times, no proof that the
country -was in peril. There had been
over-distention of credit. Business
had over-expanded. This was not in
i. united States alone. It had ex-
tnd(led all over the world. For the
volume of money in circulation there
\was too much business being done.
The U'nited States, always trying to
1)e ahead of its rivals, had gone too
far. But the error has already been
corrected.
Some of the great industrial corpor-
ations sought to enlarge, to improve
faster than their business warranted.
They took too many chances when
confidence was unbounded and credit


Why all this talk about hard times?
If people would only stop talking
ahouT them there wouldn't he any
hard times!
We should take a broader position
here in the United States. America is
th,. c'yno.sure of the world; the United
States is the biggest part of America.
IDo't let us worry about these lit-
tie flurries in the business world.
The recent troubles have been a most
health check upon our financial ills.
The country is all right. We are not
going to the (logs-tar from it.
The- tendency of business must al-
ways ble upward. That is the way
we are all going-upward. If my
opinion is worth anything. I would
predict that for the next ten years
we shall enjoy the greatest prosper-
ity the country has ever experienc-
ed. This is no idle dream, either, but
an assertion based upon the concrete
information that comes to me trom
all over the country.
The demands of the forty-six states
in our Union are so vast, so insistent,
that no one can predict where they
will end. Today and always our de-
mand is so great that our mines and
manufactures, our agriculture and our
myriad industries are so taxed that
they can hardly catch up. We are al-
ways behind in our supply.
Even today we are taxed to fill the
demands made upon our industries.
People may laugh at this, but it is
true. That is the kind of an optim-
ist I am. I am always optimistic
when I get to talking about the Unit-
ed States; our possibilities are so
wonderful, our resources so marvel-
ous. No land in the world enjoys such
opportunities as ours.
Now comes the scoffer and asks:
Why, then, have we had this recent
depression?. It isn't hard to answer
him. Somebody got frightened-it
matters little who it was. Then
somebody else got frightened, then
somebody else. and then everybody
got frightened.
And right in the face of one of the
greatest agricultural years in the his-
tory of the country!
I am naturally a bull on this great
land of ours, and I could see nothing
in the talk about far-reaching depres-
sion. Setbacks are natural from time
to time after the tremendous energy
and expansion which business period-
ically develops. But none of the set-
backs can go far enough to destroy
that which has already been done.
I think it is fortunate that there is
a great balance wheel in our country
which checks our pace when it gets
too rapid. This causes the inevitable
slow-down: it enables the engineers
of finance to oil the machinery. A lit-
tle caution and conservatism and then
the machinery can be set going at its
highest speed again, grinding out


things will be normal a-r'n.
I am intimate with only one great


industry-the steel Animufact ures
the countlry-which. is one of the
est in ihe land; but I fear that
feeling of better times prevails
erywhere now. We have had our
son and we h ave profited by it.
The country is too big to be h
pered by anything. Nothing can
us. no matter what happens.


Ot
larg-
the
ev-
les-

ham-
stop
We


shall have these periods of depres-
sions, such as the one that we have
4tiiithan thrntph ap-ain h but thev nre


industry and our agriculture will rule!
the world.
Take the one industry wvith which'
I am familiar-steel. Wh-n the U'nit-
ed States Ste!- Corn ,ration was
founded I predicted that it would do:
an annual business of a- last $ m.--
(9,,.,,,f. It has done n.rarlv double
that amount. Yet few t-,,Iple beiieved
nome when I naded my lirt-,icutio(n.
I ipredictedl that ore wo-ilid he worth
one dollar a tion in the around. Some
people laughed at ne. Th-v said it
was the wildest sort of a guess. Yet
only recently ore has heen contract-
ed a* rates approximating one dollar
a ton in the ground.
There is no more reason for the in-
creased value of ore than there is for
the increased value of anv other com-
modity. The world mii-t have our
products, and we are h( :e to deliver
the goods. The demand is every-
where: we have the supply.
The United States will o on in the
future as it has in the past. The re-
cent contraction has given everybody
a breathing spell. Reduced credits
will supply more and cheaper money.
Bank reserves are growing. There is
already an inquiry for good invest-
ments., During the recent breathing
spell the country has gathered its en-
ergies for greater strides.
In 1880 there were about l,600.4-(0
tons of steel manufactured in the
United States. Last year there were
24,000,000 tons manufactured, despite
the depression. This shows the de-
velopment of the business -)f the Unit-
ed States. In less than ten years you
may be sure that the steel output of
the Vnited States will be 460,00,6041
tons.
Does that show inherent prosperity
or not?
I should not like to sp)-ak for other
industries, but for steel I say that all
the important interests would like to
maintain prices, and there is no indi-
cation of weakening. Stability of
prices has been the dream of trade
for years; the dream seems now to
be actually realized.
Large consumers are just as anx-
ious to have prices maintained as are
the producers, for the reason that they
are compelled to carry a large amount
of steel in stock, purchased at pres-
ent prices. Any cut would mean a
reduction in the value of the stock
held by them. Small consumers, on
the other hand, are equally satisfied
with stable prices, for they are then
assured of equal treatment against
the larger consumers.
Business has about gone down to
rock bottom. From now on it will get
brisker and brisker. There will, in
my opinion, be no boom. but things
will grow better and better as the
months roll on. Business will he saf-
er; it will be on a sounder basis.
We are on the verge of P national
election. I dont care to discus poli-
tics, but I may say that I feel that the
settling of politics always helps busi-
hess sentiment. The tin1es will showv
a gradual imnprovemont from now on.
,and after the election-if not before-


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VILLIE ELVATOt fI ta t me Nave eve two-cent i |ONDW
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ti ~ -man behd and byin ~virtue of a certain final
%ig Van Winkle bad just com U Old acahoota is quiet again, at-ma bc the country In te pot ge ofa t
4- from the mountains and his ter being made a place of continued Offi .cree entered by the Judge of, the C
Sti-ty-year nap. Eterg a barber Pleure for over two weeks by vis- rea1umo, he said, handing them D iof Floridat OfnthedFfth Judicial Crc
op to get relieve*l of his supera- its from Mrs. E. C. Stuart. three lit-, lou vee o Je A D 10
a*nl t l chce sing on a oe u4t l
oadance of hair and whiskers. he tie boys and daughters. Misses Mat- y t live 1 to -I ,oK RW of Junet. e 1908. in a certain cau
piece. r 1 adde&L SALT-SC
tie and Jessie Williams.eofiBartow.:nWCwhereinRMorran
Be himself known and began to te and Jessie 'Williams. of Bartow. "Certainly, ma'ami" said the yoUn1jPMM s $ o I tri pn
Mr.MuricGrin'of"MYYEARS TOOfSTGress is complainant, and Robert
stton the barber: Mr. Maurice Grinner and Mr. Lucius man. I send them home f MAAKT FOR DISEASE STOCK C AL- Knight, also known as R. J. Kni
"I have been asleep twenty yearSmith of Jacksonville. Miss Lyde you?" ,r ,eMW DAx Lumber "0)any, aicorporati
"havebeenasptwentyyearIsNMIS Nf D ,AT OO organized adeitngyu th cororati
haven't I? iBowers and Miss Rosabell Pedrick of "'Oh, no; I don't live far away, aad IC: vE T A TRIAL Aos,.u ANIMALS,. organized and existing under the la
"Yep.- said the barber. Gainesville. Miss lizie Mathews andi I am going straight home. I wouldn't OsicALE L RfETAto'S IUTU d o the state of orida Herbert L. A
"Have I missed much?" brother of Tacoma an] Mr. Ger put you to the trouble." AKERlAA& ,VST ,.PAt"A d n an P R. Lesser are defen
S"No trouble at all," said the polite A- ans the undersigned special mas
"Nope: same old thing.** IMIPIoialdi of Sha ll Pon~i.
Nilope:Ih same old thng. i of 1Pond tubaven'a t very much th o do in chancery, appointed therein to e
"Demecrats elected Bryan president; Mrs. Stuart wa. th- firtr to come avenvery m d cute said final decree, will on
er our midsttoday, and I could easily spare an NOTICE Monday, the 3rd Day of August, A.
yetr" iint ouramidst. awl.dividedahor %,'sit' hour." 1908,
S "Nope." with 'Mesame T. N. an L. M. "Very much oblted," said the lady,In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi- during the legal hours for .ales und
"Had a war with Japan yet? Sr-th. she being a -ister-in-law of smiling sweetly. "Dear me," she add- cial Circuit of Florida, in and for such decrees, at the premises whe
"Nope." theirs. anfli who ha! nOT visited this ed, putting on a stamp, "what a bother; Marion County-In Chancery. the sawmill hereinafter mentioned
"Panama canal buiir y-' ,-.riot, s':nc h-,r 1marriaL^ ~to Mr. StU- it is to stamp letters! Why can't we Walter S Gates. Complainant, vs. Hat- located, being about five miles ea
"Nope.'D" a:rt ..ut Thi'tirtn yar'a a.o Hpt-r send letters nnd let the postoffice send tie Gates. Defendant-Order for of city of Ocala. Marion county, sta
Has Ga_-i-. F., .e I . : !-.w'. ki 1I i in their bill once a month?" Constructive Service. of Florida. on or near what is co
"Has Gainesvi'.. Fla.. a i.ic.n .e-a Kp and il-"They might just as well" said the It is ordered that the defendant n:only know a the Si' Snn
W oli i g houag mnherein named, to-wit: Hattie Gate, branch, or spur of the Seaboard
"Nope." ia ,. brigh4 oymcan,, ee. obliging young man sympathizingly. be and she is hereby required to ap in Railwav offer an, su to t
"DidNope.'"r a r T x i-h,,, "'-mtin my next re- pear to the bill of complaint filedl i highhbsr and best bi.I.ier for cash ti
"Did her granoli:,' pavn 1. l-. *, port to Washington." this cause on or before Mondavy, th. following lescribh.l ,..kal ,r!)p
the guarantee" i:; a,- l: ii- Sn"Ir "Will you? How nice! But you 3rd day of August. 190S. y .
"Nop.'" ,x, ::, ,., an.- :.iad,, a -h.-, mustn't mention my name. Say the It is further ordered that a copy of 1 new f.' H. S. G. mak-1 h,)i',r
"Is thP go'e% i'v: '":i i:nc u?' ii:" with ri' 'iv,. Mr. (;rin.; !_- idea was suggested by a lady." this order be published once a week second han, A'iam- mak- boile
"Nope. '" i:; a...- ,.t Mr.. V. P. S':ith. an, for eight consecutive weeks in the 1 new ;5 H. S. G. sihfe crtink engine
a , ,,un. .... ....... "mn Catching a Bride. Ocala Bannern a newspaper published 1 iron mill frame anl saw ('a'ria
"Got a tur':. .. an ,r,- ...... .,l:.,nvi,'"n ea Siberians the bride- in said county and state. Lane make: two 4 circular saws: t
carsr?'" hi-. *: I-:-,. hl,!-i position in This 21st day of May. 1)908. butting saws: 4 new timbe1' car
car groomi Is not permitted to have a wife S. T. SISTRUNK. ,and chains: 1 )lacksmith shop. too
"Nope." r, ,. until he can catch her. But they do Clerk Circuit Court. Marion CoFla..an
"Frank Clark stil'. i, cogr-.-." (,n '- ; r' ,.'-n :.. .1- not give him a fair race in the open. By H. B. Foy. Jr.. P. C. belting q sta, machine: 1i n.1l s.!
"Yep." M".. .a' :,ei .;'i "t n i'r i ike- The bride, surrouinded by her female EDWIN SPENCER. ,x,: 1 boardl eger: 1 set of 11
"Citizens stiY pain or. thc..-e !anil. hehr h:. I-,-T h .ilv - friend., awaits him In a big tent. As Complainant's Solicitor. 5-29 rollers and rigging: 1 Perf'cti)n shi
bonds'"" aetheri ad, tl, u,, .x ,)ornin.. tl. so',n as she sees him she runs off. -- gle machine: 1 forty-foot Georg
Yep-.'" .),'m laii 'Ii.^- t.: Ri. h r im. nty lie follows like Hippomenes after Ata- NOTICE Iron Works saw carriage: 1 Reppa
eWe ds still gw in Tabrna. ..," r." l t" lantura. But instead of obstacles being roller. 1 Fi4r & SPowe.l lexn6 tw
a"'Weeds still grow in Tab-nacv thrown in the way of the bride they In the ._i'cuit Court of the Fifth Juli- ning- 1 b H. P. Aka:s engine:
Pk?"Bart T+ '.,'.. o a, R'i are thrown across the path of the cial Circuit of Florida. in and for shinl bol2 r and packers 250 fe
"Yep." i a er ri-ni and r1 tr-,I bridegroom. The pursuing groom falls Marion County-In Chancery. of 1 12 an nch new belting
"Browar d-a., re-. ,.oliticallv?1'" *..I V. B'ral,\'1* -, W .e in- over old women, chairs, tables, stones Steven Riggins. Complainant. vs. An- Bradley Wagon carts: 8 sreel sp
"Nop- ruin ,'fr ice prdent "'-. ;r- '.,' ,V hr n!,,'h.r anl si-.- and fishing rods or Is tripped up by na Riggins Dfendant.-Order for pulleys; 1 slab conveyor cople
oth H r. social,- istic. ndpe "l'" mOiConstructive Service. with chain" also sawmill complete
Sn the Hearrt. socialitic, indepent ,!. i an1 loa Smith. rops. Only when it Is feared he It i ordered that the defendant with all appurtenances thereto, or
ent. anarchist ticket.'" Mi',s l oo.ers and Mi -. R,,s;i- might give up and sulk and go away herein named, to-wit: Anna Riggins. mch of the above describe proper
P "Well. hold on." said Rip; "ne e ,ll. 1 Pedriek. t"o ot Gainf-ile'- iop- without the fleeting lady is he permit- be and she is hereby required to a9- as may be necessary to satisfy t
V n don ayhn e lon "":I". wen- e o,.t in Mp i.:n- ted to overtake her. Then as she falls pear to the bill of complaint filed in said final decree and costs of suit.
mind doing anything for me. [Inon "o Into his outstret, hed arms it may be this cause on or before Monday, the L.S. BECK.
back for another twenty years"' '^ Mr. ... Mr)n:i i:.: imagined she utters some equivalentG rrd day of August, 1908. Special Mas^, in Chancery.
slep." .Mis.- Nannie Smith Mr Retis Smith of "This is so sudden!" It is further ordered that a copy of I. N. GREEN.
and Mis.- Jessie \'illia:ias. and re- i this order be published once a week Complainant s Solicitor. 7-3.
COUNTERFEITERS ARE CAUGHT : turn-d to Mr. l.. V.. Stni^h's for inli- A Live Steak. Ifor eight consecutive weeks in the NOTICE
-ne'. "It iR a .take." said the president Ocala Banner. a newspaper published N C
Mnbro.--o f the in sake." the pride aid county and state.
Monthrook. Au. 4.-Mashal Rich-i The crow, o youn folk- wh M.rs. of the New York Waiters' club, "to Ths Sth day of .Tune, 190S. Of Application for Tax D.l Ud
ard of Cedar Keys. accompanied bvy Jim Smnith and Mr.. .'. \V. Brail ai think that an Englishman always S. T. SISTRUNK, Section S of Chapter 4S. Laws
Deputy Sheriff McDonal.i. went t o iB. chaperons. spent next day at the 7:i- wants his beef excessively rare. As a Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla. of Florida
G. Brooks' place and ,rret, him n ,nic grotlus., at Shell Pon. [exploring matter of fact. the English like their EDWIN SPENCER. 6-12. Notice is hereby given tiat W.
GBro e. Brooks retd him an. e ro a e e n t bte done than we do. I once Complainant's Solicitor. Clyatt, purchaser of tax certifica
his brother. S. B.Brooks. tfor n "" n" the ui iscaves.\%vhich are grvan; "-1-ByH., .y.J.,D
hiw b Skisaa. ." he continued "serve an 7-17. By H. B. Fo.y. Jr., D. C. No. 2549. dated November 2. 196. ai
and attempting to pLss (ounTrtfe.t and p)i('turesque. After enjoying :a Enals.h duke with a cut of very, very 5th day of aune, A. D. 1915. has fl,
money. They found them with TiP bountiful dinner, they entered the rare sirloin. The duke looked closely NOTICE said certificates in my office ai
pot on the fire and the metal in the caves, following the young men. who at the slice of bright red meat Then has made application for tax deed


molds. They hadi 2.' cent. 5 cn' wer, acquainted with the place, and he said: In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
and. $1 molds. They acknowledged who carried torches. All acknowle.lg- "'Waiter. just send for the butcher, dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
everything. and gave up some very ed they enjoyed their rough aiven- will you?' Marion Count-In Chancery.
"r" I"'"The butcher, air?' the waiter slam- Mable Oliver, Complainant. vs. Joh
Clever counterfeit quarters., this be-ture. and came back gay and ha)py. Ti e ut s t w Oliver. Defendant-Order for Con-
; nered. Oie.DfnatOdrfrCn
ing the only denomination they had All attended preaching on Sunday es' said the duke This beef structive Service.
-~ i "'Yes,' said the duke. "this beef srcieSrie
made This was indeed a clever piece lvening.. and ob Monday Miss .Janie doesn't seem to be quite dead yet-'" It is orderedl that the defendant
mae Ti wsined lee ieevni, herein named., to-wit: John Oliv'erb
of work on the part of Officers Rich-i Smnith fanterted them with ci oquet. and he is her 'by required to appear
ard and McDonald. B. G. Brooks. the l On Tuesday. Miss Lizzie Mathews Charlotte Brontes Last Tribute, to the bill of complaint filed in this
oldest of the brothers, attempted to and brother. Misses Hassie. Janie "He will not separate us-we have cause on or before Monday, the 7th
assault Marshal Richard vith a hot and Rosalie spent the day at th.,ir: been so happy!" These were the last day of September. 190S.
ss lt M rshal Rihard it a ho a d Rosali s-n the day aA tM%#, , -, ... ,-_ _-_- T_ t.. L T ih f.ti .t. r _1,, tl t n ,


u ladle, but was promptly introduced
to the muzzle of a .44 Colts. which
had a quieting effect. They were ta-
ken before Commissionir Cubberly
for a hearing.-Tampa News.

Upon the invitation of the United'
States Bureau of Fisheries the fourth
( international fishery congress wil! be
held this year at Washington. D. C..
from September 22 to 29. inclusive.
Previous meeting grounds have been
at Paris in 1899. at St. Petersburg in
102 and at Vienna in 1905.

IThe Jacksonville and Chattanooga
liquor men are up against a hard
proposition, as the recent rulings of
the courts say that they may not
even send their advertising literature
into Georgia.

The republicans of Lee county have
formed a county organization and
will put an independent ticket in the
field in November against the dem-
ocratic nominees.

Missouri held its first democratic
primary election on Tuesday.



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aunt's with then, and during the day
d(lay sweet music. Misses Mattie and
Jessio left for Bartow on Friday.


vwoul ui UaUIuwott irJUite WUnU, UaV-
ing become Mrs. Nicholls and having
lived with her hqusbnd only nine
months, death came to snatch the CUD


Mr. Hael. the life insurance agent, of domestic felicity from the lips of
left for South Carolina today, the happy pair. A low, wandering -
Miss Hassle Smith is spending this lirium came on. Wakening for an nm-
week in Newberry with friends. She stant from this stupor, she saw her
is greatly missed in our circle, husband's woe worn face and caught
The Smith Company are running the sound of some murmured words
e h n ae r of prayer that God would spare her.
their saw mill again, and are ready 'h" sbe whispered, "I! am' not going
to accept orders from anyone needing to die, am I? He will not separate us
lumber, -we have been so happyr"
i
THE STORY OF ELEVEN POOR The Words That Woe.
BOYS In London one of the weekly papers
offered a prize for the best list of
John Adams. second president, strong words to number tea. The an-
was the son of a grocer of very mod- nouncemept specified that but ten
orate means. The only start he had words would be considered from any
was a good education. one person and a committee of literary
Smen would select from the number
Andrew Jackson was born in a log offered the ten strongest words in the
hut in North Carolina, and was rear- English language.
ed in the pine woods for which the These are the words that won: Hate,
state is famous, blood, hungry, dawn, coming, gone,
James K. Polk spent the earler love. dead, alone, forever.
Sears of his life helnine to dig a liv- Do you think of any stronger, fuller


ing out of a new farm in North, Caro-
lina. He was afterwards a clerk in
a country store.
Millard Fillmore was a son of a
New York farmer, and his home was
an humble one. He learned the busi-
ness of a clothier.
James Buchanan was born in a
small town in the Alleghany moun-
tains. His father cut the logs and
built the house in what was then a
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of suggestion?-Exchange.

Not Hersef.
Farmer (to medical man)-If you get
out my way any time, doctor, I wish
you'd stop and see my wife. I think
she ain't feelin' well. Doctor-What
makes you think so? Farmer-Well,
this morning after she had milked the
cows, an' fed the pigs, an' got break-
fast for the men, an' washed the
dishes, an' built a fire under the cop-
per in the wash house an' done a few


LL IS & tl l f IU A 1 (l_.l t1U 1 A t U J k j P l0
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Banner, a newspaper published
in said county and state.
This 5th day of August. 1908.
S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co.. Fla.
By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C.
CARLOS L. SISTRUNK.
8-7 Complainant's Solicitor.

NOTICE
-.0
Of Application for Permit to Sell Li-
quors. Wines and Beer
Wheresa. Harry J. Precht has n,.-
with the board of county commissioi-
ers for Marion county. Florida, an ap-
plication for permit to sell liquors.
wines and beer in election district No.
one of said county and state; any cit-
izen of such election district may
show cause, if any there be. at the
meeting of the board to be held on
Wednesday. the 9th day of September.
next. why such permit should not be
granted. S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk of the Board of County Com-
missioners. Marion Co., Fla. 8-7

NOTICE
Of Application for Permit to Sell Li-
quors, Wines and Beer
Whereas. J. M. McCorkle has filed


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issue in accordance with law. Said
certificates embrace the following de-
scribed property situated in Marion
county, Florida, to-wit: 17 chains east
and west by 8.82 chains north and
south in northeast corner of south-
west quarter of southeast quarter, sec-
tion 2. and west half of southwest
quarter of section 2; lots 3 and 6 of
section 11; south half of lots J and 4.
except 10 acres in southeast corner,
s'-cticn 14. and lots 2 ani :" of section
23, all in township 17. south, range 23.
east. The said land being assessed
at the d(late of the issuance of such
certificates in the names of Unknown,
H. M. Goethe & Co.. Gabe Thomas and
S. W. Backster. Unless said certifi-
cates shall be redeemed according to
law tax deed will issue thereon on
the 8th day of September. A. D. 1908.
Witness mny official signature and
seal this the 3rd day of August. A. D.
1908. S. T. SISTRUNK,
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla.
8-7-C.

NOTICE

Sealed bids will be received by the
board of county commissioners of
Marion county. Florida, for the con-
struction of steel bridges across the
Oklawaha river at Shbarp'M Ferry and
at Moss Bluff Ferry. Copies of plan"
and specifications can be had at the
office of Austin Brothers, architects.
Atlanta. Georgia. or upon application
to S. T. Sistrunk. clerk of the cir-
cuit court. Ocala. Marion county.
Florida. Said bids to bI openedd at


NOTICE

Notice is hereby gives that the a-
sessor of Marion county, Florida, et
with the board of county comlsslom-
ers at their usual place of meeting in
this county on the 6th day of July, A.
D. 1908. for the purpose of hearing
complaints and receiving testimony S&
to the value of property assessed for
the year 1908. The said board having
increased the value fixed 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 $(1.,I. Ass.essed
to Mrs L. F. Marshal!.
Lots 4. 5. 6. Benjamin's sub.. Cald-
well's al.. Ocala: raised from $700) to
$2'>l. Assessed to D. S. Woodrow.
West half of southwest quarter and
southeast quarter of southwest quar-
te. section 3. township 15, south, range
24. east-120) acres; raised from $200
to $10-'0. Assessed to E. 0. Cordery.
West half of northeast quarter and
east half of northwest quarter, sec-
tion 24, township 15. south, range 24.
east-16, acres; raised from $220 to
$3.0,. Assessed to N. A. Fort.
1.8 2-3 feet east and west on west
side of block 77. 0. S.. Ocala; raised
from $1000 to $20,)1. Assessed t') J.
D. Robertson.
Southeast quarter of southwest
quarter and southwest quarter of
southeast quarter, section 23. town-
ship 14. south, range 21. east-qSO
acres: raised from $3500 to $550i). As-
sessed to H. Webb.
Corn. 9.10 chains wpst of southeast
corner of northeast quarter of south-
west quarter, section 14, township 11.
o t. rn- -
south, range 21. east, east 9.10 chains.
north 12 chains, west 15 chains, south-
east to point of beginning: raised
from $2000 to $50o0; and 5 acres in
southeast corner of southeast quar-
ter. section 20. township 15. south.
range 22. east: raised from $400 to
$1000. Assessed to Florida Lime
Company.
Part of lot 9 bounded on north by
Frazier lot, east by half section line.
on the south by lands of Porter and
Archibald. west by Little Lake Weir.
section 12. township 17, south, range
23. east-12 1-2 acres; raised from
$500 to $1500: also lots 1. 2. 4. 5, 6.
section 13, township 17 south range
23. east-200 acres; raised from
$3400 to $12,5)00 Assessed to Carney
Investment Company.
Southwest quarter of northeast
quarter and southeast quarter of
northwest quarter, except 6 acres to
Moore, section 22, township 14. south.
range 19. east-74 acres; raised from
$70 to $140. Assessed to C. C. Curry.
Corn. 9.50 chains north of a point
20 chains west of southeast corner.
section 9. township 17, south, ranre
24, east, thence north 3 chains, west
12.54 chains, south 1.68 chains, wet
to lake, south 1.50 chains, east 432
feet, south 198 feet. east 142 feet,
north 198 feet, east to point of begin-
ning-5.63 acres; raised from (60 te


$2000. Assessed to N. H. DeLa,4.
South half of southwest quarter ex-
cept 5 chains square in northeast cor-
ner, and except 11 chains nortb ad
south on north side of southwest quar-
ter of southwest quarter, section 26.
township 17. south, range 24. "t--
acres; raised from $80 to $1000. As-
sessed to W. B Cogins
Lots 8 and 9 Teague's sub of lots
54, 59 and 60. Caldwell's Ad.. Ocala;
raised from $I00 to $2500) Assessted
to R S. Hall
Lot 5. sub of lot :. (Caldwl's Ad.
Ocala; raised from $500W) to $1000 As-
sessed to A. T. Thomas


twelve o'clock, noon. Wednesday. the The owners or agents of such prop-
9th day of September next. the same erty are hereby notified that tbo
being at the regular meeting of the board will be in session on Monday.
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with the board of county commission- board to be held in said month The AUgUs-r .ird. A D j.'m* *ana win ror
ers for Marion county. Florida. his board reserves the right to reject any Iany% reasons that you may dsir, to
application for permit to sell liquors, SISTR K i v t valuation fxd by t
wines and beer in election .lintrit and a ll bids. S T. SISTRNK. i hy the aluain fx by th*
one of said county and state: any cit- Clerk Board of County Comnis,ion- said h'oarI should hb* resducei
izen of such election district may ers, Marion County. Florida S-7 S. T SISTRUL'NK.
show cause, if any there be. at the ('lark Circuit ('Court and ex-Ofcio
meeting of the board to be hell on NOTICE Clerk ardi of ( County Commis-
Wednesdlay. the 9th day of Spptem- sioners.
ber. 190,S. next. why such permit In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi- -
should not be granted. -1 1-S _---...--'.


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Te past two weeks have been very ^
pj l atly, and w hope to some ex-
%at preitably, spent, in the northern
Ckristnan Endeavor Union. 1 0m-
During the vacation from the sec- IWO-

Blackburn. on West Church street. II-1
Jacksonville. Rev. Blackburn, as or- -I
Snizer and evangelist of Congrega- *
tional Sunday schools and Endeavor _
nocieties. is an up-with-the-t times host.,d
We fell fortunate in being able to'01
attend three northeastern small but
important, business meetings or con-
ferences. They were held at the.
First Christian church, and at the d V Goe
homes of Miss E. D. Woodruff and
Rev. Blackburn. The recent election po-
of officers for the East Jacksonville e|
Presbyterian, First Christian and
Congregational societies. has added _
Impetus in an encouraging degree for ai-
Christian Endeavor activities along 4
almost all lines of work. The outlook



Boone, Rev. Paul Brown and Dr. Geo. IS THTOL
L. Hanscom. Two Sunday school ses- IS^ THE ST F OF|| L \f ~'I IFE
sions we spent in the East Jackson-
visle Presbyterian church, and as one p
of the class taught by Mr. Tom Or- o-
gian, a stirring CongregationalEndeav-_
" nd to e Send us your orders. We handle the old Reliab
One Sunday afternoon the Chris- dm-
tian church Junior society claimed p
our attention. Thirty-five bright chil- of
dren compose this junior band. which
TBALLARDS OBELISK AND NELl
Is superintended by Miss Eddie J.Wh-
MeManainan. They use Bible ques- dP BLARS OB-"IK N
tions instead of the uniform studies -
from Boston, and for this meeting o.--
Samuel was the pr-ominent person. It a.--V
was nesp more such Juirson-ed __ No second Grade, But the very best, PRICE and QUL
vlUe needs more such Junior socie- ._,
ties. -
Several friends called upon us,
among them Miss Minnie E. Nealand
Mrs. John P. Coffin, president and
press worker for the W. C. T. U. or- -
wanizatio in Florida. Mrs. Cora B. 0"
Seaton. Children's Home superintend- 40 A NE PAH E
ent, called twice but unfortunately C N D P
found us out both times.
Pleasant' days were spent in the
homes of ex-Vice President McGehee
W'hitm, an officer of the State Union, Misgrega-
ttkml aoeiety. Other comrades also ._ d ^ aooe us anpreeiated fatvorsg Ne an E 2und cans 3ie Poucncs

There was a combined business 2dusP
meeting and social in the First Chris-
tian church. which we greatly enjoy- ^..
ed. This society has an alert new ___________________________________
president in Mr. Faunce McCully.
owur days were spent "up the St. 1
Joan," iththeLoyal Gilmore En- *_
rsthe gdo times Car Load Tennessee Irish P
the senior members B other
wihthe juir members. Both meet-


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las were held under great trees
ne the hospitable home of Dr. Cuzn-_10
m ad Mr. W. F. Hawley, and on In 150 pound Sacks, ORDER QUICK
each occasion every member was pres- -
eat. After the prayer meeting exer-
cines, campaign plans for the district
were discussed, and the Gilmore En-r UT an
enterprise. July 25th we enjoyed a JUSTCar Pure Bran and Shorts i 1(
delightful social at the home of the
local secretary, Miss Maggie Gilmore. mm- Pi S r t F Ot
It was largely attended, and was a Purina Scratch Feed Oats and Corn
royal good time for everyone present. a
Accompanied by Rev. Blackburn. _
we attended an elaborate reception o-
given by the Mount Zion A. M. E, o -
church, in honor of the new Florida! _
bishop. Rev. Salters. D. D.. and his .
wife. Bishop Salters. in May. ended I -
four -ears as world-wide president of
r.e Geg.hislanEoer as graLets have your orders for Wash Boards and Axe an
Dr. Gregg. his co-laborer, as general
secretary during these four years. W-
was also present at the reception, asvae.
were many workers from the Jack-livery and Prices Second to none.
sonville local union. Mt. Zion is prob- d-
ably the largest Endeavor society in ""
Florida. having about 150 members. A'd