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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 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-"WflAT S1 IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CON('EBNS."-COWPER.


VOLUME 44, NUMBER 7. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1908.
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ONE DOTAIAAR A YEAR


SPRING TONIC


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DOLLARS


THE TAMPA EXCURSION OCALA IS GIVEN A NICE NOTICE

Th-' ex,'ursion ov-r th,: S-aboard The editor of the Sun spent a few
P '.-',iapv w;-s ce-rtainly well patron- hours in Ocala last Fridlay afrmnion
ze : !h'fii his ,lace. The people be- which was the first Tim.e h, had visit-
gan ;;-:'ivin ,( ,n1. i- d,'pit as early as ei the place in six y .'s. WC, we wre
;::;' 1'i'! v 7: 4. ,h,-re had, be-'n ov,,er agreeal,-.y s:;;'r!s-r d O noT,! *h- ni..nv
'SOW ( ,.. .-:o';. Th. t:'ain c)nsi-:. .' substantial improve'.ents ,l-,'n
of thi',.-t-n t:.,',. incii:d: rino hb:-- that time. Six years ago Thre. was
gage cur. Two t o ifese ve-r occ(-'an old shabby court house in- Th-n, md-
lpied by whi;e 1,eiCl,. whi'c the oth- die of the public square, r'. stveet> '
*-ers were r-ed by the- colored i,,:opV'.. were knee di-ep in sand, anI a dlee-nm
S The Ocalia bas.ba1! team went sidewalk was the exception. N-W
down to play h-e Plant City team on there is not an inland town in n--
the Fair gr-oun'd diamond in Tanmipa. stale where there is a more a;tra<;-
Quite a few ladlies were among the ive court house.. adorned with an Cs-1


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S16M IMm W x(.ir0i(,-i-t.. son-- LiiiA zo visil Iheciaily beautiful iavsn, a nAoihmenr. A KICK FROM FELLOWSHIP
> v.n, A : in..,,s >" T:'.:-pa. wn'!i.e T~h(,-:s.. wen't o th'_ Cc(:e..erac' rect-d by rhe -
_*_-11<,-- ,MNS ,Hto chrer for the hal pl'a"'rs in th r Unitedl Daughters' chapter of that Fllowhip. Fla. Aug. 11 ,8. e
-____n- Iftsn" contc -* vibh ine Pic.ni ('i:," -am. city., fine cement sidewalks around T the Editor al Banner h
ILTs At .. --.- .-- Th. following messg, va- rcelv- tne square and nearly every other see-. pg of the k
-N- Y nI%*. was as 400WroceIdingshof the
*A"IS t; (I. Mr. Ed C. B' nnwtE who had ton of the city, and vi.trifiel brick board of county commissioners that
msm*MWe^b, f charge of th, ball club: pavements.
I fOSTO-C To it.' Ocaiar iaTampa, Fla., A'ig. 10. Ocala has certainly made rapid ad- Geiger to move their fences. t4
______II_____-To i Ocala Banner: vancement during the past six years, Now, I do not know anything about
i ah^L^ -- I ~We had a rattling good game today, and we hope the good work will con- Mr. Geiger's fence, but I pas Mr. d
ff f.ml i ^rland while the boys played splendid tinue. Taylors every time I go to town and v
ID n f ;ball. luck was against them, adl the Unlike Gainesville, they have pay- never experienced any incon- t
"I U 4)Plant City teamn won from us by a ed the square with vitrified brick, veaneirasngteenute- ti
DGtEscore of 2 to .1.Batteries: Ocala, Har- where the property brings a good ren-
moreeI blievettht threetehicles
,ris and Bullock; Plant City: Math- tal, and owners could better stand could drive abreast along i his lane. i
iews ad Blackburn. Ithe expense, consolidating the work Now, if they make Mr. Taylor move
Local Pl Mr. Watterson Tucker has a right :n one section at a time and getting his fence because it is over the line a
Sto be proud of the beautiful silver OCALA AT TAMFA results tor the expenditure of the peo- few feet, where will they stop
Mr. Jo Whtenmat of Belleview. gold-lined comet that he has just re-i Tw,.) ost entertaining an highly pie's money. It would pay the muni- I will venture to say that over fifty S
w our Tuesday visitors. ceed from London. It is one of the enjoyable musical and literary enter- cipal authorities of Gainesville to fol- per cent. of the fences along the pub- d
,- finest that is manufactured. tainmers were given at the Bay low the example of Ocala, cease using lie roads are over the line. Now, are c
Mrs. Harry Clarkon is booked for I Shore pavilion on last Saturday and worthless rock as paving material, they going to make an exception of
Sjuda, wbere she will join the With good cooling showers, open under the diand put down vitrified brick, which is ylor or is this the beginning
~Ocala .o~y'air band concerts, moving pSndyevenings undereontheatrdirfictione sed Mr. alr ri hstebgnig
-Ocal 0 ys s. auto rides, boat rides on Sil- i of V. L. .artinot of Ocala and T. E. the only material fit to e used or of a warfare on the farmers-the
Mrs. F. W. Kunze went up to Red- ver Springs. life in Ocala in thegoodiJrdan of Jacksonville. The sacred street pavement.-Gainesville Sun.
dick Twd.ay to visit relatives for a old summer time" is not so bad. concert on Sunday evening was a de- ment? e
cqitpti -ucoess, the program being as MR. CARNEY'S STANDING ON THE Again, Mr. Editor, there are a few -
tyw dayl Mr. C C. Milligan of Anthony, an fol.o s: POLL TAX QUESTION other questions I would like to ask c
Major Tom Hall of Gainesville, Ga.. old and valued friend of the 4 ,(ak. Piano .olo. variations of "Sweet the commissioners. Why do they -
Msagain wTho s H el is Gam lwaysG A^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^. ^ ^ g s members of the county school ^ y^ <
Banner. was a visitor Tuesday anm By anii By.. and "Home, Sw As members of te county school wait until th rainy season to work c
ith a with geus. He iswoe adid not fail to leave a souvenir for it. Home." Miss Tommie Moody; vocal board of Marion ocunty, whose duty the public roads? The rains have i
with a generous welcome, continuance to his homp for another solo. "The Heavenly Song," by Mrs. it is under the statutes to check up started now, and so have the road
Dr. Harrm Dozi-r has return edfrom year. Stonebraker: reading, "Breguez," by annually the poll tax list of the coun- hands, and they make te roads al-
D.ytona Beach. where he .pent Sun-i Miss Susie Tucker: baritone so!o, ty tax collector, we wish to say that most impassable.
day with his wife and baby. I r. Lindn-r now com s TIt O:'ai, '-V "The Three Calls." Mr. E. S. McK-..- we have just completed this work And why have they quit vertlsing
__ er, c'iy day from Anthony in an ut(Il zie: piano solo, "The Bells," Miss ot checking up the stubs. of all poll for sealed bids for road overseer?
Mr. Perucci, one of the proprietors He has purchased the one fornieri:. Edna Hawkins; reading. "The Desert- taxes issued by Mr. E. L. Carney, tax y g ry ma a cne? a
of the Air Dome. went to Jackonville ownei y Mr. Ed Carmichael. D: by T. E Jordan; vocal solo. collector, during the fiscal year be- they forgotten the old demo-
Saturday night. returning sunday. Liner ha- :n office in the P: "That's What the Rose Said to Me," ginning August 1st, 1907, and ending critic motto "Equal rights to all and
ot itrui buildings. by Andlrew May; reading by Miss Bes-J.uly I:st. 190S. and we find that the special favors to none," and adopted
Mr. John Pelot of Jacksonville. for- Sessions; bass solo. "Come, .st schools of the county have received the republican motto: "To the victor
merly of Ocala. left for New York A new barber sbop has been tpeI- Redeomer.'" by V. L. Martinot: violin :every dollar dlue them from poll taxes belongs the spoils." i
with Mr. Ernest Crook. ed in the Mon',-zuma hotel. Mr. solo. "The Dying Past." by ;. .I. Haw- collected by Mr. Carney during this CLOD HOPPER. t
---- -- A. D*-ttrich is ihf )roprietor. If thit ; kin-s, Jr.: organ imitation. "Nearier. time. o
State Attorney" Edwin W. Davis ubroFa! ospit .
State Attorney Edwin W. Davi e t ba r hos ots M (;l. to Thee," by MesIrs. Marti- Thi August fth. 196S. Mr. Jonn T. lwis, the state's ef-
says that life on a housei-at is jus: cal's' r. 5 c'-iy g:or not,, .Iordlan. McKenzie anl WVit.- ISAAC STEVENS. cient prison inspector, was in Ocala v
the thing for a Teligbtful simmpr out. ing soe. 'T.mpa Tribune. Chairman Boar. Tuesday and stat to a representative
g ~ ,^JOHN S. GRANTHAM. f th Ocala Banner hat Mr. E. a
Mrs. W. S. Durst is in charge of the .\I;. E. T. Blilnt- i- jst tick ;in I ACCIDENT TO MR. MALLORY LID-I Member Bard. Martin. living across th river, killed
Mrs. W. S. Durst i? in charge of thl Ta..,i. \h-ro he, was in atend.nc. DON BENJ. R. BITCHtl u
millinery store of Haycraft and D T atih termn. h convention. STeD. MOber BoardR. B a rattlesnake the other (ay just as j
at te u~~bei~tri con-ntin. tepN-lMmber Board.
Camp during the absence of the Iro- w:. ta.. ,' iu:!nrove th condition Fridlay afternoon, iprior to the baUl l. the monstr was about to make a
prieors.alk-P i iupovo h,- co ndiionAttest: WV. 1). C AR N.
pietos. ,. ,h, ",,e. ah p ar .',i. Ii llnli- gaie. M-r. Milory lion m-t with Supt. anl Secy Board. spring at the horse he was riding. He
S,. r ia Mh, r-dir, a very painful acci.lent. He was ,lriv- was area in his coi with his hea
Mr. and Mrs. Bradtford W,,bb ,: l** ^ ^"^^^^ thrown back. Mr. Martin saw him
ing on Fort King avenue whin one, of t
Kendrick, who havc been visiting at 3Mr. L. .k G,:hani ;on.-ri:th-,;," the lines broke, causing him to Il:se SOCIALIST CONVENTION just in time and pulle, his horse so
Lake Weir for sonme ,lays. nay, e- the Cnferat cau< conTrol o the horses. He rinl -- far back on his hanch that the an-
r [ ~ '"'. far ;ack.on.hishhahnrhes.that the'.n-
-turned. .... ht into the vidh.wik aud .iunlpThe sociali-is hA.lTl a county con- imal fell baclwar,.l Mr. Martin %x- c
-- C,,s in iS -ounTy..v.'e- ;, "t- *, -' b it rhe horss.u- turned coihpl, lev \ viTn in h,. court house Tuesday. :ricated himself and emt ti Mr. C. C. Stevenzs ,A Th Berlin 'i, T::esd v .H, 11, -,' -, ,,' : aro'll d, , an l 'V'r lhin. bolh o,.s- Th.' re werfV about twenty-five tele- tellts Of his rvlv*r inr,) the snake's
section was in Ocala ransacing bus- Ty.' li( citizens. p an.l j he l l,..-"' in,- oe i.- ats in aTIln1lan.e. Mr. Karl I. bo'.:. It n--asi'rl n-arly ;ht fet
ines Tesdy. e f amenberor _^^ }is<,cniii^ h^ b~ud~rl .icHr. ,, .,-a it clhairnman of ih,1 in lrnlth an,! wis atn "olI timer.'" Just
iness Tuesday. He is a member of body.h I ,i,,i h..hot,., ... ..
the Confederate camp of veterans. T Th, Tain::,ia Tiil "n.i v- -: ..- .... j i,,_,, his iites h,.lvd r- i-( nv W (ian ':f' y'. (h .airhi soec-, no timn lthan'' that Mr. Martin an.,! J
hl t ,. al i ; ,: n :h < ,S as.j' y U w i e his rn ,,thi .r..hr. H R. M artin, caught
Mr. Ge'orge Carmichael is on th, ani S' Pl.:,ers' '.r': T, m.a .s ,nm,' : ......t ..i ;t ooe ire'i i i'hs hi s i.t h e.Mr H;......tc wMiri in caught
e.t, ass :r-,i thim t, Dr. \Valter' F1,o-,'s hut! rn~anl of the-e lIrlo ~oflt int,luk".l i,. al ... *,: w! jolh wp-ijh six hun-
sick list. He was taken ill Saturday. ,,cala and Pant ('it" teanmst w.- b. i1.'- whr. hr.e D t'. Hood was s';:!u- in *lshurt talks. Th.,v recognize that Illre, i)o0un.is. il,*a1tire5s elI'ven feet
His friends hope to see him up in a The finsT se'n o e Ta-ma i ;t '.1 to S" h. am. their numiiers Tt ,,iall bi say that anl 'en in..h-s an'! is nin'' feet feet
Txw days. Inon~i in sone tino. lit l'ollld it i1.cesarv to ada:-inistt'r Ihe organization is growing. .-,pcially an,,:n l the tho'Iv. Th' nionster looks 1
Mr. Martin ,1. Roess of the Roess Mr n, \,rs. Ctmrles Rhl.inaue;" an aI1;t-'srhet i, So ~ 'he was tai1'n tols the west. aned will some ,ayht ha'.-,' as hi as a hors.',p,,ciaptlv when hed
Lumber Company. has just received ]ef, ,,.r ,,,, "h, !. r,. 1)r. Hood's offi'e, where the otl-ration to t~' reckontd with uis a foroirlaldae putff. hilnton lf tiph Iiis captors fMed
a big order for lumber at the advano- wy fo' Seai:,,,'z.. \l:...ro ;h ,' \i:l- was success'ully performed. An ^'-- political o organization, hint on lllh.-.rs ,id "erraj'ins. Mr.
ed prices. The order is lor ,,.,,,,,'nl at ,.,f h, sm T. i'.ss to th,' aeid- nt t said it was al- ut i V a (','ntfltw ticket f nor n.lio.,'- !.i! L \ -nis sa vc hill (ig
fet :trinI- a,'e he:,ing 'hat, th'.v w\i] tiua. :nos5 a nitirat'l, t ha .Mi. l~i'lkn was- the ie, isl attire wa's i ,it in nontin at ion. ,,. t lr he' -an:,, as at s, trar iit ll will
ir- th,, (fn li ims ,'he' in e,':v ,,.- not kiwlod. Ar: last a;ocuns; he was Tl.u honor was f.inr ,,reu. upon Mr. cl'fith a s.a1., ,f 4 ra.'. He 'iag.wi b.
N. K. S ith. who h.'.is a im- .i,,t n l i itiCe \. Karl I. Ila'r.r (t S;par .ia i Mr. .1, '. Y T hiIppel, Ti, -m p rt.- in -hicago.
portant sition wih the Munroe & 1L Ul. i. HK.ks of S'tinnmmrt'ioil.
Chamblis Bank. was at her pos yes-t M. Z. C. ('h.miliss w\vnt up tCAN OCALA PROFIT BY THIS AD-1 T a if Ci .!" pen ki h
aerma She h' been ill at her hle- over e VICE A KICK FROM SARR Yr' Pakt:" .vs tat loaoty [akv i
,.~a h ~s enila e hoarn"~ ~ lt v.Is,0a O t( :O*I"*, son:.-' til,. (Pratt..e I '=r', vL.0d Co1v,


Park Hlot-. Th-ey were accompany
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SUCCESS

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
I OCALA, FLORIDA.


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Mr. and Mrs. lAwrence BallMd
'ornell were Ocala on a shoppe
expedition Tmuesday. Mr. Ballard b-
is arm in a sUlng., the result of a
ick from a vicious hore. Mr. Urft
iard is a socialist, and M.d that be f
retted that it was ImpoesIbloe t
o attend the county motIf whIM
ras held in the court bom- o O
ay of his visit. He -s that he wIN
ote the ticket this tll d t*
hree-fourths of bat nishbors w-i dd
Ikewlse. There are very ftw pop
ons, however, living In his bal1hia
rhe vote in tllhe outy wll f* hbe
large.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl L Harter f
;parr were visiting in e T
lay. Mrs. Harter on Iatste
county's school teachers a id a -
d the summer normal at T---I
ee the past summer. She aU Id
when it was aunoieed by the Om
f the Woman's Colege that the tlml
,rs attending the summer normal &M
larion county bad een aided by
county in defraylng their e
Warion county was ives a reivn
heer. Mr. and Mrs. Harter. b ft
D Ocala. were the guests of Mr. 14
irs. Charles Schelder.
Mrs. J. B. Hiemr and her haadl
little son, J. B. Hlr.s, Jr., who "WI
)een spending the past moth .r f
tt Gainesville, (Us.. with e the rm=W
brother Mr. Raft Watenm an te
)cala and are the gswets of M
Hlerse mother, Mr1 . B Waterlu '
rhey will be here IM t 8i0e time O
y tin Septe'br, whe- they Wll
urn to their hbo at Ilobe 9".
)n the east c-st. As Kim MOaO
WVaterman, Mrs. Hiers m alVays
*ery popular here and her frleds WO
delighted to have her with thI
Gain.
At Tampa Saturday afteM thI
ury trying the cae of Jame I LW'
s, charged with afault with =9t ,
o murder his wife In Tampa a f
veeks ago, brought In a verdict 4f
uiilty with Intent t) eomMIt MN
slaughter, a lesser degree thAh W
lamed in the Information. Judao
cordon, the presiding Judge. BeUtet
1, L 'wis to five years in the convit
'amps.

Hom. Robert F' Roger. cn.' of the
ios4t sulccessfil naval stores operate
,if Marion e)tnty. andl quite tinfluential '
hroughout the state in polltle. w- *
imong the visitors to Jacksovilb
esterlay. Mr Rogers is azcompalsdd '1
v" his son. who has been in ill healthI
for some time. They left last aIlht eh
or Battle Crek. Mich.. where It hi
ho'pedl the yvounv Mr. Roger. will re
'over his health.-Times-UnIo.
Mr and Mrs. L. Home and children, j
ini Mrs. Horne's mother. Mrs. 3 4
waruIs, who have been spending sew- ,
,ral weeks at Saluda. N. C.. have
sone to Ashtville. and will spend the r
balance of the summer at Battery







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Tib pace surely ought to prove a
po~m r rert with our people, and
the judge's efforts to provide a place
of refge these hot days should be


We are glad to we Miss Pauline
Cautba ack fro m her visit to Geor-
gia and Albama-tin free.
A number of our people went on
the Tampa excursion last Monday. in-
etatg Mr. and Mrs. Millsom and
noa. Will. Mr. and Mrs. Gross. Dave
Stanley's family. Mr. Kilpatrick, Mr.
d Mrs. Warren Smith. the whole
Trne family, Isaac Nix and Miss
Ada Nix, and. a bunch of others. Al-
together over one hundrv"d tickets
were gold by our energetic agent.
Mrs. McPhaul.


was read and referred to light and
water committee.
City attorney's opinion on barbed
wire fences, also communications rela-
tive to cancellation of the bond of the
Fitzgerald Company, stating that he
had cancelled same. was read and fil-
ed for information.
Collection of market rents was put
in the hands of the city clerk.


Sne lets the letters fall.

She never disagrees with me.
No matter what I think.
She reads my thoughts from finger-
tips,
And fixes them for ink.

She judges I know how to spell.
And spells the words as I do:
C 'ha ina*-ar rnritie-ir.a- a


Warrant for $650 in favor of W. z ulnev er ALLti LU--
T. Gary. treasurer, amount paid out The best of friends to tie to.
for interest coupons, was orderedI keep her in the best of trim:
drawn. I keep her in the best of trim:
Following bills being properly ap- I polish, dust and oil her.
proved were ordered paid: ;She all my care appreciates,
I Attention does not spoil her.
Spmi-montbhly pay roll of E. L. de-,
partment. $18S.75 i
Semi-monthly pay roll of officers, iShe never treasures up a wrong;
$272. She melts all blunders down-


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LLEJVW W WUi PETS ADJOURNED MEETING OF CITY :ed to incur an expense to the amount
,- COUNCIL ter. and that the committee be allow-
Spee Cor. Ocala ner: ot $300. not to be paid by the city
S W The city council met pursuant to earlier than November 1. 1908. Car-
Mr. W. B. Hicdt. our new school adjournment on this the 6th day of ried.
Me dpal, arrived in town Thursday, August, 1908. at 9 o'clock p. m. i Mr. Helven.ton offered the follow-
te th, from Hampton. and assumed T following nmhbers wer, r-rs- itr. resolution, which was adopted:
rge of the school Monday morning. ent: Char:., Rh :iaua,-r. presidi-.' Owing :o th.- many complaints b:,
A t 10. His astant, Miss Sn'protem. pre7-iding: A G. Gates. F. T. th.- f.r i-partrient and the citizens
4r, I&a not yet arrived, but Miss!Helvenston. H. C..,.. J. M. Me1fr: .of th- town relative to th,- insuffi-
a Lyes will take her place until and D. Mclver. c )uncilmen. cit-nt .vater pressure at recent fires
ght/ime as Miss Snyder gets here.
S aM Miss Snyder gets hinute approved a, read. in Ocaia. be i;

Thirty-five pupils appeared for en- J. E. Ia.:kston requeed leave to, Resolved. That the city attorney be
ronalent, which, considering the numr- sell green mnats, fish ani oysters and instructed to confer with the chi"f
ber that were absent on account of green groceries in the Toffalttrri build- o the firc deparTment and the fire
the Tamp excursion, makes a good ing. No. 52. Magnolii stre..r. Rf erred committee, and that together they as-
ubowlng. ito market committee, certain whether the Ocala Water Co.
The redemption of the following ,ie- is complying with its contract with
Mrs. Nott, accompanied by her two scribed property, to-wi:: 70 fe-t easz the city of Ocala. and that the result
Cdbldren and her mother-in-law. Mrs. and west by 1I1 feet north and so'i: of the investigation be reported at
Mary Pelot, left here last week for a ` In northwest corner, block 29. Cald-i the next mieeting of the council, when
extended visit to friends at Clearwa- well's ad. Ocala. was authorized at 'further action may be taken.
te, ia.- face value of certificates. Council then adjourned till next
Mr. Freeman has finished the hard Communaction from R. E. B,).wp!l., regular meeting. H. C. SISTRUNK.
od running from Lake Ullian to the S"perintendent of S. A. L. R R. ro;a- Clerk City or O)cala.
adan a god job it tive to filling at Ocela wa- re: andi
couIty road, and a good job it is. i THE LINOTYPE MACHINE
filed for information. T
Mr. J. A. Freeman and family paid Communication from R. McCona--
a vist to Shady Grove last Sunday., thy. relative to surrendering the bond !The Linotype and I are friends.
Mad o amaccount of the rain stayed of the Fitzgerald Company, was re- Our partnership is great
over night, and came back Monday ferred to the city attorney with pow- I tll her all the breezy news-
ari'c er to act. She puts it into plate.
Petition of I. W. Ogle et al. relative
J-lo Hopi ftn di gre.t rest and to extension of water main and re- [ touch her on the tender nerve.
ecmam n his nb lake cottage, spend- questing an electric light at junction She answers every call.
ag a great part of his time there. of Smith street with Magnolia street. And as I tell her what I want


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time began. ,h.Jc-
Ti a.District 13-H. H. Buckman. Jack-
Throughour the- gi-.-t part of the spnville.
,o::.'s-e rh. diN fltfr hias ,ooen !aten District 19-L. C. Massey, Orlando.
ainl 1',rf.-r.' ,. dt,):i.> an,! r ret t- District 2)20-D. H. Baker. Orange
run from Th, G;olden ( ate- a i),.n Home.
SDistrict 21-J A. Williams. Cedar
ma i-. in thirty-three ,lays-. including Keys.
the sray ar Honolulu. an.t the floet ar- District 22-William M. Girardeau,
rivel at its destination hours before IMonticello.
it was exp.-ctei, and yet within twen- District 21-I. N.. Withers. Lady
SLake.
ty minutes of the time whic-h Rear Ad- District 24-W. Hunt Harris. Key
miral Sperry had tixed three days be- West.
fore. District 25-Buel Cook,. Chipley.
Whatever doubts may havP ben District 26-E. S. CrilL Pa!atka.
Cst upon thsincrity of the Anglo- District 27-Joseph H. Humphreys.
cSaxo upono thf sincriry of the Angho- Bradentown.
Saxon bond of union ,luring the Olym- District 2S-F'rank W. Sams. New
pie games must hav been dissipl)ate, Smyrna.
by the ovation which has been ac- District 29-W E. Baker, Melrose.
District 3,) --W H. McLeod. Jas-
corded our ships and sailors in this district 3-W. H. McLd as-
o hper.
outlying dominion o the I'nited King- District 3t-L. W. Zrm. St. Aigus-


dori. ti!
There are less than a million in-
habitants on the 'slins which make
up the dominion of New Zeailanti.
and of these forty-seven thousand ar-4
Maori aborigines, and yet forty thou'-
and citizens were on the shore to Px-
tent a welcome to tho tie-*t when thel
first faint curl of smoke was seon on
the horizon. Th- program for this
morning consists of an official recep-I
tion by the prime minister. on behalf Ho
of the government, on landing, and
nresentarion of nddrss from the har-


G .r W Cx r r- iti. $e takI s tm e t ba4l andi m aKes it good. . ... ---.--- r tn.. .. . .
Mr. George Proctor has bought G W. Clelan,4. $25 A model for the town. "ot board. Prs-nrarin v the ^ ,^ -
Prof. Green's house in the west end' Martin & Carn. 45c. rninont to Prsi,0-nt Ro.,)-v-lt %.n! St
Oc-ala Bann- r. $3.75.at~rlo l !af ) h il -.
of town. and will move into it in the Oc'ala Bann. She helps me pay mv boarilandl keep. naI U o f p)pl
ear future. E. V. Hndricks. $6.65 Zealand.
eDrr A. uure.. Izlar. Ani serves me every day: Pr, eaiond,
DrI. A. L.. Wzar. $1. ,Procession to *IriUl h-ai. Nwh-,rP ",e
QSh.1 help. d me earn [i dollar, too.IIII
Judge Hopkins meted out justice; H. B. Masters. $4. : h-i m visitors will h b acornpil a civic re-n
to one of the still hands Tuesday D. W. Tompkins. $1.-, i i d 1 love t o pay. ption by th nivor o alf of i
Uwing by giving him a six months'I .1. L Sn:oak. .1. --Linot:.pe Bulletin. zns of blin o nilwlane as-
i ."r'ciznns of Aackl an,. Aml,,olanc. as-
*nce for carrying a pistol anI Jno Dzier Co.. --. i MASS MEETING OF THE PEOPLES' sociarion to prove nm-n -.'l nflursos
Creating a small reign of terror Mon- L. E Lang. $7.SO. PARTY lurin- the l)rowession in case ) of ao-
lAay evening at the still. Mariorn Hdw. Co.. $.:;7 j cident. Address on behalf of citizens Ti
I A. J. Bri-ance. $ A mass meeting of the peoples' of Auckland. accompanieil by an ar-
R | ELECT R A M ri n d w11.3$ "
,E"R Marion Hlw. Co.. $S-2. pary is hereby called to meet in tistic inlaid souvenir portfolio) to bp
SOcala Banner. $8.", Ocala. Fla.. on the 27th of August. presented rto th admiral.
SpcalCr.Oal ane:Georgia Supply Co.. $41.1
peia Cor. O a aner Georgia Supply Co. 1. 9. at 2 p. m.. for the purpose of se- Principal officials lunch with ?th-
Mr. L. H. Pillans of Martel was in Georgia Supply Co. $41.11. !lecting t state electoral ticket for n:ayor at "Cintra. S-monlis srreer:
Blectra last week on a visit to his F. G B. Weihe. $l.&," 2Watson and Williams; also for the the rem;ainder of the ofcers of the
parents. We were much, pleased to Martin & Cam. $2! purpose of electing a new executive landing party to) lunch ar th No')rth- BI
am our old chum. in our burg once W C. Bull. $,7.-, committee, and for such other mat- ern anl Aucklanl clul;.s.
. He is a wide-awake business H B asters. $:1' terms as may come before it. Afternoon-A nilita'y review. t-.
mm, and has also been successful in I Georgia Supply Co.. 4P.5". The populists of each county are be arrange.l by the govrnmen-.
wooing one of Martel's most charn.- Ocala Iron Works. $12" hereby earnestly requested to have vening-Official overnm-nr bhan-
ftg daughters, and will this evening Weszern Elec. Co.. $61.-2. representatives at this meeting, quet at the drill hall to about seven
4the 12th) lead her to Hyvmen's altar E. C. Bennett. $12 74. : Distinguished speakers from other hundred guests, tentlo'ei 'o 1th-' ad-
to make her his own fair bride. We J.I L. Smoak. $S. states will be invited to address this miral and officers of rhe fleer.
w them a long and happy life. Auxiliary fire department. $11 meeting. Fireworks ,display for one ho,:r a,
Western Elec. Co. $4.5. By order of the state executive railway wharf, possibly in conjunc-
Mr. C. P. Pillans. wife and little Ocala Gas Eng. Wks.. $1 committee. tion with searchlights and illumina-
aOm were also in our burg Saturday Knight & Lang. $:2 25. H. LYTLE. Chairman. tions of the American fleet and Ans-
*U~~ F.nda. 'LYTLE.Cleelandr$an.
d Suny. G. W. Cleveland. $2.35 W. J. BORDEN. Secretary. tralian squadron.
SBill of Marion County Abstract Co.e
Miss Ella Armstrong of Madison is; For Tuesday Morning-Land one
lnh rsMssaAe rica for $30). referred to finance commit- IN DEAR OLD GEORGIA thousand men. Tram ntrins and lunch
visiting her cot*_slns. Misses- America'tee
td Dixie Pillan -% Men r ,turn to he, ilv. afrer the!
Dxe lan. Martin & Camrn. $11. Why rave over a flight 60) feet long lun,-h.
Miss Agnes Holly and aunt. Mrs. Seaboard National Bank. $1.62. and 2'1 high by an aeroplane. Any The ,-ram excursions will be to On'-
Annie Holly, left last we--k to visit Hunter Drug Co.. $2.6-.'. Augustan on a few drinks of dispen- hungra. Mount E&i-i. tc.
Wrends and relatives in Palatka and L. C. Smith. $67.5"1. reforreut to ti- sary liquor woulbl feel .ishamneil of Aftornoon-R-,"-ption hy ma. :."i
Jaksonville. nance committee. himself if he could not fly higher and andi mavoress at the ,-tril hall to)
Upon motion of Mr. Meffert it was longer than that.-Macon News. guests, visitors and citizens of Auck-
The F. E. & C. union is still grow- ordered that electric light fund be
tag. LasMt meeting two new members creedd with $S.o. cit lighting Entertainments for men tto be -
were initiated, one of them our coun- for June and July. rangedr."t ":b
tyCmnisoerfrthsdstit M.iS Cirnged.Vrf~
ty ommissioner for this district. Mr. Mr. Gates mov-ed that ($V00' be trans- Evenin --Govornor's srate ball at
Norman A. Fort. Delegates were also feared from electric light tund to gen- 3l I government houso.
elected to attend the county meeting eral fund and $20o transferred from Arrangements for smok<, concerts
at Griner Farm on the l1th inst. general fund to fire and water fund. for men a various hall.
Scneancare.AT' for men at various halls.
The farmers of this section are Seconded and carried. New Zealand is one of the most in-
smiling over the prospecwt of good Personal property of Carmichael & terestin "countries in the world. It
Son Co.. was reduced from $50) )t to IS I 1 has been the scene of a grpater num-
.$40,0: Alfred Ayer. reduced from $7,,00' Iher of experiments in government
We are clad to see Mr and Mrs. rt .tlOo:- I \V .Ole. reduced from : IS, : thn n,-nthir, acoo n the ft.o- of the


National
President of the United SraPe.,-
WM. J. BRYAN,
Vice President of the L'nirted S'ate---
JOHN W. KERN.
UI'nited States Senator-
S DUNCAN U. FLETCHER
, Member of Congress. 1st D:szr:rt-
S. M. SPARKMAN.
Presidential Electors-
H. P. BAILEY
P. W BUTLER.
GEORG C. MARTIN.
SAMUEL PASCU.


state
Governor-
ALBERT W. GILCHRIST.
Comptroller-
A. C. CROOM.
Railroad Commissioner-
ROYAL C. DUNN.
Treasurer-


I. -W. V. KNOTT.
District :?2-H. H. McCreary, Secretary of State-
linesville. H. CLAY CRAWFORD
Attorney General-
Representatives PARK M. TRAMMELL
State Supt. of Public Instruction-
Alachua-S. L. Carter. T. A. & oke. IM. M. HOLLOWAY.
Baker-J. L. Kelly. j Commissioner of Agricultur-
Bradford-L. D. Wall. D. E. Knt&.t .! B. E. McLIN.
Brevard-Stewarn t Justices of the Supreme Cour,-
Calhoun-E. S. Fortner. WILLIAM A. HOCKER
Citrus-E. S. Grace. THOSE. M. SHACKLEFORD
Clay-Cha4. Conway.
Columbia-John W. Hitcher. Jas. B. County
o, te R',presentatives-"
S0W. D. CARN of Ocala.
Dai -Geo. O. Butler. w D of.
DeSoro--J H. Brown. L S. LIGHT of Reddick
DuvaeSoo- L. Farrowms. Frank E. Cls. Cnty Judge-
EDuvambia--CL. ars. Wiirank E. Coh P JOSEPH BELL of Orala.
Es" ri-C L. Wgns. .n Clerk of Circuit Court-
n--r. R L. Voor-, i S. T. SISTRUlNK of Ocala.
G In1i --, 1 R. L.Moahar. .I Sheriff-
adsn-.j. W. Mahaff. J. W: JOHN P. GALLOWAY of O0aLs.
te-par'1
Hamir.n-L. C. Rgist-r. J. W. Bvy- Tax Collector-
m.. E. L. CARNEY of Oala.
H .r-an.,o-F. L. Stringer. Tax Assessor-
Hi.;s))ur'mgh-John S. Tylor. D. T.I ALFRED AYER .,f Oria.
itrtishai. Treasurer-
Holm,-s-W. G. Watforrd. THOMAS PASTEUR of Ocala
Jackson-W. E. B. Smith. ..j H Supt. Public Instruction-
dewweL J. H. BRINSON.
Jeffor'on-S. D. Clark. A. J. Boland. County Commissioners-
Lake-.J. R. Miller. J. S. Godfrey. Dis. I-George MacKay. Oca!a
Lee-F .J. Wilson. Dist. 2-J. M. Mathews, Flemi.gton.
Lon-A. S. Wells. Dis. 3-M. 31. Proctor Pedro.
Levy -W, J. Epperson. D*s. 4-N. A. Fort. Lynne
Laf'ayetre--M. Chairs. Dis. 5-W. J. Crosby Citra.
L-berry-E. K. Thagard. Members of School Board-
Madison-Chas. E. Davis, J. Fills Dis. 1-Isaac Stevens. Ocala.
anton. Dis. 2--B. R. Blitch. Blitchton.
Manatee-A. F. Hall List. 3-1I. S. Grantham. Ft. McCoy.





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LATUREMonore--W. H. Mairone Jr- Cxtg
LATURE Li Kaowles.

The fleet of United States battle- Senators -Namu-A E. oilvi'. .1 E Ca'k
ships has made another record-break- Dis'ricr 1-J. H. B. Wilier. Milligan. orange-A.. B. N-w-on. H. Khi.
ing run. an, tolay ries at anchor in Disrrict 2-John S. Beard, Pensa- Oeola-G s. Acr
In;; run. anti today ri-ies at anchor in I ^la11e1 -Jla^-G S. Arp-.^
cola. Pasco--P. C. Li.eh.
The spacious harbor of Auckland. Nev Disr-t --William W. F.ournoy. p _lkJ A. Cox. W .J Du-in'-
., ..... -, officials anal gn :DeFuniak Prin Putnam H A. B ,:K. mzx a J.
Zealanl. whir ofiias anl g n- District 4-Tho-aop. West. Mariinna. Hilburn.
ra ublic alk have iv-n thep!:- Distric "-. F. Horsford,. ('C Santa Rosa-E. V. :IrC'akil, A J
seivPs over to a reception !he lik.. *, Mills. ealen.
which has rar.ly been se~n under th- Di r'; 6---J. . ;-*o(ine. Qtiincy. Pt. Johns-.W. A..M Di. 1 --. -St. Johns-NN. A. Wim.C.1
wSohern Cro--. 3 bn-c- 7-D. H. Sloan. Lakelanli. Dupont.
w isthern Cro m. S *D:r; -J. W. Hen.iers fTalla-: Sr. Lucie-W. R. Har.-1'
Th. ,tisthnc,. from San Fr-ncisco i- hasse,. Sumter-McGlenn T,"-:
allrn.o-t exac:'.- six thounan,! mile -. : Dsr' r 9-0. W. Dayton. Da1e City. Suvannee-L. E. R r-a. ;eo
wav of1 Honolutla anil the Fiji Isianl-. Dirir -C. L. Leggett. Gr* -,n- w. Demsey.
an#[ the last h1g of three 1ho lsjnd vill. Taylor-W. T. Cash,
District ll-D. C. McMullen. Tam-j Volusia-.Ja.A. E. Alxano.in1r. Mavou
eight hundred and fifty mils. from Thornton.
Honolulu to A'lcklant. ka.-. mn,. Dis'rietr 12-E. L. Cottrell. Oldtouwn.! Wakulla-Wa!ier L. Pag-
withour a stop for coal or r(pai-r (r District I--F. M. Hudson. Miami. Walton-J. F Richbourg
an: ,hin4 else. District 14-E. R. CAne. Lake C,'y. Washington-R. L. McK-nz,, -
N o .11 le e. e a l I D i5 2i 15- A Z A ik in s. S ta rk e .
A' .uhfer ever .ailt-I th-1. S,," E- .. uD MO R TIiIC E
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THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE: ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCEBNS."-COWPER.


VOLUME 44, NUMBER 7.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1908.


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


TIE GAME BASEBALL POST MORTEMS THE LAKE WEIR SECTION OF MA- of the famous blue watermelon seed
RION COUNTY for sale.
The Long Expected Game With There is an oid adage that "-People N.\W. Williams grows watermelons
Gainesville Resulted in an who iiv in glas houses should nott (Staff Correspondence.) as a principal crop and other vegeta-
Even Score "'row sTonc-1." When th. reporter ot bles in season.
zr., ;af-n.sville Sun rmarked in his Lake Weir E. Duval was away from home. but
From Saturdays Daily: witAII of t.he Oak Hall-Ocala gam- Lake Wer a-ays one of h in- reads the Packer and has fine or-
The baseball boys from the Iniver- of Fri'lay that the locals had an in.- teresting places for all people who ange grove.
ci'v Cr-tv arriv,.- In Oc-ala ye-sterday 1 ear pirestin frome all Over pepe hh ' s'-
ciy Ci.t arrie in Oala yesterday pore am. icket from all over the lov nature an natre-'s prfcon n E. Schnitzler was also out. but the
afternoon on the regular Coast Line statP, nh made a partially true state- water fore n a ltiva;e or writer was informed that oranges of
train, the- ad~vance (iarl of\ about two' wat, fler, 1 train, The advance guard of about two mnt, b .t h- quite intentionally fall- ; the Lake Weir quality is his special-
hiinred x-)trs av~n reahed he!wfld Lake Weir is located ab~outth
hundred rooter having reached the to men:*'n that the Gainesvillp ilwa bet!we n Ocala and Le burg ty.
citv by special Train in the morning. midwa betwet--n. Ocala and Leesburg.
city t, special rain in the morning, lin-up only two Bautiful Lake Weir country has not
Gainesville has always had a good ball Grainesville hovs. .- remaining sev- a superior in Florida as a resort Oklawaha
Team, and To go with !hp t^am a loval. r -,,^ a suprio in Florida as a resort for uawn
team, an!llo~td two go with he a a loyal %-n ,n u 1ert.-" pleasure* (r an advantage 'r horticul- Oklawaha is one of the progressive
Traii ot.o Tidowrs. Yes'-rday wa, o ya:-s a"', a *'rtlyv anaur ,'ral or agricultural productions. lal,:e little shipping points and while not a
avplon The -a ; .-;. ::- ,mId t. p work ,ho',: o 'irys w nf, Weir is a body of water four to five large one has some of the best land
Shea!lt g,. Th e pitcher.cialnd t. work '- i anat: ean mles wide and sev-n miles long. Itsanl most up to lae shippers i ths
Shear-. oh n lit~her, al t.e roo-rs n: ., w, iu 'n h.- wer e water is as .ure and clear s an A,.- Lake Weir country. Among them are
:-i'' .h on Th now ra_- via T.e r;sras *urp a d. il :ar -isan Ad
w.- aorite. :. :,,:''.i.- -r .:-i :r. w-.o ronack spring, with Wpure white sand A. W. Young, merchant and postmas-
th',-ir favorites. h-ion r:. h- n f,: (;a..., v:.;. hen beach-:, an,' surrounding art som,.oter. who has an orange grove, peach
....or nhantion ro d ta m ., ., ":. .'-...- t ,!n a.a of The dnast orane groves in theOrchar, antl grows vegetables in sea-
b- iiort Than a;*Tlv r -n'arked that h a- .,, .,.,.t* -,-# .ro "t. n h
l: I -rss-t ...- t l tate. covering g its hirh banks, its lev- SOn.
.ica lo ,,,wers w;r lo h .h--. v.i'h t -,i .. .. k- .t !. *^ ,*l iains pndl f,-'ile alleys. Lake R. Marshall has a fine peach orch-
", ,icurd andgrows a ocal,. :,-ralAc.,.onpof ,e.;
.'l a . ;s :' i. c o ,'o':cIa chy .-7. !.I ,J., -it'- \'i,.r IPark is heconin- one f !he re- ar! an?1 grows a sen-?ral crop of veg-
bi ,-. ...r.i rg .,,i-ri-. rr,.'i- *, ri.v i, .rr ,l sortss oft nmilil.- Flri.la. R. L. Mar- tables in season.
aitnd wazonz w--roce a -flr) riiat-l '.


day. -- .. . ... .. ... %*'Va t.......7 1 "! L -fa :. -V 1', ., : tI, -#-,*n m #-,n (n its
Gay.a'! wt-h th, re, and' whi aT n A i tin of Ocala. Fla., owns many acr.s J. .J. Smith was not at hom
,t d ; honw- l, which
Mr. Hal G. Eagleton has return--l c.rs we',- also promin.n" nua to ha' here which h. is giving away TO the the writer called, hut is said tc
home from a couple of weeks jileasure th- ap;tar,-l of th,. lwal fans. L ,r- ,, t h tt .am pfayl- right kind of people in building-lot siz-up o date growr of vegetable
trip to New York and other -as!.--n W ha, ha-l large cpow..n -, lc management es for advancement of Lake Wei' as melons.
cities. aax a h a rn g c.a :-o of >t ,-n- loca m a n .t a resort for both winter and summer
t (,ay-. ,', 'he att,-'n.T eganc,-n ( ,f ,v,- i -, c g fie players rzsi-lents. Mr. Martin is a real es- ndler

SIt is reported that Mrs. Yanct-v n:. _ack& o ovow.ng. aa f te ate dealer, bt he is not at present Vhil the Pac.cer man wro
Seli rea "heat hero. but isnd'
Miss Annie Mathowsi is in a hospital were t -,wied. and vk.icl+- a:. iil- H .;, roa.car., .kho, hav-e l "al esat but is t der n
lv giving away land to those who deservess writing up every
in New Orleans with typhoid fever. .viduals were lined along th.- rign: n, g. .,i.nt t Ocaa nearly all w ul a hm ne o Tr
Her many Ocala friends await with a lef, field foul lines all .he way t, th-: .h to build a home for wi
great deal of impatience to hear of *-eC,-s. The game was njrvy, Iv I.I. ;:. !- i summer comfort or pleasure. on in old Marion county tha
i 1 " -*' "' *- 1i -. a. Smith a lso owns some fine (lcr, an!t while leaches of th
her recovery. which i is tiulv hop! a .-eryone preset was a arisn. i i- n i ling lots here also on ths banks )f variety are of special interest
may be soon. With (;ainesville at Th- !,a in rt., .. .. ., .: rs in Fiilas Id.ake WlVir. is herepostmaster general leading crop, yet some of the fr
firs, iniz. Grahamr anr.,: Shea' w.-n- e r" is ,pomater. g r
|.. ,,,";,In a ball game between Summer-'. out :o o ,'ioc.. . c"n' and manager of many fine ange groves in Florida are
In a ball game lbetween Sammn+r-.out f"'ro,.i J,-wet, lo u),.,v. !"
rifle. S. C.. and the Charleston ATh- Don;.i-on hani-.It*d (,;,.',r atn -: : s 'g'oves in this vicinity. Mr. hre. Among the growers ar
letics. Summerville won in the tenth base. V,'i-n 0-aia ,a,, '! . .. anl MI:-s. Smith also own and manage McKinney. an old and app
-- '1 "h "V-" ,,m t" h.-, Sa':iT h ('o:,!'ag- H ,"ci, w\her.i the Packer r'oad-l, who has .,2a
inning by a sc r-, cf 7 to ,1. Val!it'r,- :- ;.: T ...ni s nt H- t, ion:.,n. *l, whr 25 a-r "s n a
Izlar play d shor stop f,.r Suini;e-- : lnnr . v ..-w.-'! ,- . p.k i c-iforr
ville. He go :o.ir hits out of fi. ,; ,,.- Ii 7 = p n row water-.lons during tA
times up. f<:r ;.ut ou-.. three as.is'- > ^ ..0. son,;,;. Ha.;> .' 1.. ___ -on which sell at the proper
timPS 11;. fU-:r ',-UT (ol,. three as-is':.- 1,, ..
an<' no err(rs. scoredd ... . .. \. '.1..ran : ,;W' ;:.. s rythina else in farm pr
Ha-t L.al-- 1-: eixt n aino -,,
r .d M .. .. ~j SJ.,1.t\ n rei" d lt : 3
..' r a o ~ .... ~.. Vt : ...' ~. r .' -u;;: a .. I 2
t ,. R. - *n .-h .. ." ... .. of this kind.
T1
ed Satu-:'Ia*.- C: A' L,
wh--re t' h !'C-:} T. ,1; 1o. ,-Z; , '1, - r, winl sectionl. Ariong ti H th n s an all run
*hloi,- t-' H FtI
,-' .... .r and vetable grower who :
r i th,-;r e-." .:: ; o, ^ .h.,: B ',,(''-:. ,r. He 'aa -.' -= *: ,.n' i:' -ct>' i* ": ,, st e, r,;.,at, ,oranr ,_ r,, -ors h-Te 're a ts o r s we
fever Th- tr..p :.1 n I : -..,.' h v !,: 1 -. h : i g : ... s C. E| Snow an o.i Packer .ra t
them .g : l *hy :. :-* e, .- hiM .f toes for fall and winter shi
"ided to try s :. a Ta .n ar::.al n.! one f the iDOSt S~lCC'5stfl grow-
nided to try : hih ai:,! ,v o .f ", .", 's of oranges and aIefrnit in Flor an grows other vegetables in
a whiht. They w,-n' out 1 k oi. --.. .. .. .. F. Vorick has one of the
T! i 1a -i is infantil- -' 1r .
c afternoon to spl a f W' s wr n !i-s tc ft w xv ,. of .1 (. "L "e. -a ,uyer. packer an fine peach orchards here and
01L!,,l o. f 1)t y pers-ons of :,n,'- ,r-
| and Mrs. F. P. Ca( n. fieId. Harr a.K.n, a .ena.-.,- -., hi pa s crta -Ipr of orans and a)fruit vegetables in season for mark
and and paper feFls certain shaoprang
The fac. cat( h of Wasn- !il. Thrchng of 'M :-.,, ,, i pae ar ,.has a fine home bere at Woovln'ar. C. Kline has 12 acres of a mh
R. Lester's business will r.eessit cals fanned th, .T: i ;n ts T.:O t cusion.:- Mr. Lege make a specialty of earlv ang grove. Clean cultivation
| tLR.-sbsns wil! noeessita', hr.:.:. ,sa i-, ':,. ^ ^:. t, th ParonBrwnsrnti.onds.h Kline's method of culture, a]
L est r's b usi ossT h, thirul "I..
Th, th ,,. ;17, -,S Th. G- ..e t Parson Brown oranges, .als the
the removal of him and his fatiy i- .., h. (aineill scorer aie to Packer man walked over th w
Terv much regret ed by everyone il... ... ofn tl- Ik,', a hit in the tabulated Packer and is considered one of rhe
"r cuh ----- -,e- ed1 b,' e. aa n i.1. o the seven most successful dealers in the state, acres and did not see a weed o
Mr. and Mrs. Lester and t,,.r a,- in m.ntn.. n of grass. The crop of oranges
S Mr. and Mrs. Lester and th-ir at- c-L ;- ,,Alt-1110n#1rl ,,.i te ,.*nt
,t i S!CII- I'll',: 'hat he rolled cvp io Third aw~lan th mote nl di rbu d
tractive little children have made;. ','l* r hi"u ..n hat he roll a -to third and &non
friends in Ocala who will hate!-' mo1. t- 11 i t 0 an WT lsat iT ot. Ocala maie ( ur hts. Stanton n y
.. ..Thre.tantn grove in this vicinity. Mr. K]
| much to have them leave u There was ony one earuel run in Stanton i son Lake Weir. Frank o course, a German, an(l as a
third I'as,'. 1,1T ,.*L: a seczrn I
me expect to goe to Titusville utoh ,,. ... on lthe game. and !hat was male by % )cala tle is manager and owner of 15U acres a thorough horticulturist.
sThey e tas theo go to Titusville to liv when itchll hit to Tav r Denton in the first inning on Donaldson's hit, of orange and grapefruit groves. Mr. Geo. G. Richie has ac
e tedsoon asfor the building thalt is being, ache firs base on Ferrei s failure a sto!11 hblse andl Hadley's hit. Lytle is an expert authority on citrus p
rctdfor their occupancy shall have .
oh l completed. : ole a (,,n*:. a., \..il' rans were made on er- fruit culture and says the ciop in this pec or m n n cndti
b4pet. %all to Bl1-llo,. w!c *hich- mf-" ,-: likewise ,two of Ocala's. vicinity, the Lake Weir country, will w on
SWe take pleasure in directing our This filik th bases and two wr- l Vi., ;aiinesville playing a strictly be rather short of last year's produc- e growers he
readers' attention to the advertise- 'ut. Blalock. who played firSt l am. and Ocala the same, tion. but the quality will be muchO bet-
ment appearing elsewhere in our col- for Gaines ille. then hi! a t,!:g :. a taking part in the game ter than last season, and theora-it i r
umus of the Southern School of Tel- Doig. whic ke! t no a in the g ter than lastseason, andcth fruit is i report coming are
"aphv. located at Newnan. Georgia. h- has noT b n a resident of his mch more advance boh sze and iiams, wh is from Missou
There is a great and constantly grow- this ball was also dropp :'d,, Mitcholl ?I-tive Town at least a year. Ocala maturity. Mr. Lytle has re
I ~eee get ndcnsanl gow^ l^ aa*O.T "i .-, <" ,,..ir town at ],ast a year. Ocala maturity. Mr. Lyvtle has readl the knows a peach when he sees it.
demad fr telgrph pertor, and N-,nton scoring. Thli; c:av'- t.,--,,
g demand for teelgraph operators. and Deon coring. Ts ,, ,e sure To win. If Gainesville Packt-r for years and appreciates its k Ws a en e i
and we are glad to see this worthy visitors the lead. ... e grower, owner and man- s
1 .1.. to try a ganu.e under this con- value to the grower, owner andmn:.X.Qiki edri
and well organized institution doing After Roquemore ha.,! fnn-d in h% i 'sson nw i. th ci O ager of orange groves.
such creditable work in helping sup- '"t ni Buslasn now i; the tme TO aler the best advantage.
ply that demand. Any young man fifth inning. Bullock single-d o left. k Mack .lamison reads the Packer and DeLong has one of th
wishing to learn a good profession Dodge hit to Conover and was safe o:' grows felons, cantaloupes, potatoes :,.Degonhsoe o t
should investigate the opportunities Blalock's error. Bullock going to DIED AT COLUMBIA DEPOT and other vegetables, and if anyone cation of them all.-New Yor
oered in the telegraph field by writ- third and Dodge to second. Ferr bts Macks success he has only to
ing at once for the school's free, de- hit to Conover. who threw TO the to er.
scriptive literature. hit to Conover. who threw t the special from Columbia to the look at the improvements in the past
plate to catch Bulleck. but the threw Charleston News and Courier says: year. consisting of a fine new house GOING INTO BUSINES
Mr. Will Dale. formerly of this city. was high. an.! before the ball could be Percy Mood of Sumter died Tues- and graded grounds. Other improve- -
but who now holds a responsible POSi- I returned Dodlgre had1 crosse.! the plal[t. L
but who now holds a responsible posi-returned Doe haiday morning at the union station in ments are promised and are sure to Mr. R. E. Yonge. Jr.. who ha
tion with the Dutton Phosphate Corn- on a long slide right behir.i Bullock. 1 2his city. about ton minutes after his be fulfilled. number of years ben in (ha
panty, Gainesville. vas here Fri- With these ,two runs Ocala was "-~ ilonteAlnicCatLn
G e ea a,.an rival on the Atlantic Coast Line Dr. H. G. Spooner has a fine home the construction work of the
day. and remained over until the late in the lead. nrin.o Mr. Mood. whose home is in here. and as the doctor was not at Electric Company. has resign
morning train for the purpose of The locals did not m-.aintain this Sumter. had been in Bishopville for home, the writer cannot give partic- position with that institution
| yng the delightful music dis- lead long. for in the sixth inning the some time, and was bein.t brought to ulars as to crops and prospects. now going into business for
a ,c 1 hi- tho \ltf nolitAn Cornet i\ itniri tit nmT h..l> ,-'ean Qi,'Tiinl The - I ^.... . -,l,.^^.r1 ... -.rtr>*<->- 'n


ALL RUN DOWN,
Miss Dela Str, who uw d Cow
pUtely Lsta l H e lalth, Found
Readi from Pewa at Oxa.
ReaJ WtVSheSay#F


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be an



)te lip
.andler
week.
ve sec- 1IS DELLA STROE BE, 710 Mob-
n Can- V mond 8t.9 Appleton, Wis., writes:
e early "For several years I was in a rn-
t as a down condition, and I could find no re-
nest or- lief from doctors and medicines. I
located could not enjoy my meal, and could
E- Y not sleep at night. I had heavy, dark
c ve circles about the eyes.
dciative "My friends were much alarmed. I
cres of was advised to give Peruna a trial, and
ies andI to my joy I began to improve with the
he sea- first bottle. After taking six hottlee I
profita- felt completely cured. I cannot say too
grows much for Peruna an a medicine for
"oucts, women in a run-down condition."
ranch PeI--n a D W efcL
Mrs. Judge J. F. Boyer, 1121 Sherman
il farm- Ave., Evanston, Ill., says that she be-
ll have came run down, could neither eat nor
t pota- sleep well, and loot flesh and spirit. Pa-
runadid wonders for her, and she thanks
ilpnent. Peruna for new life and strength.
sreasoy Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxati.e

grows
o 20, )00 TELEGRAPH
oriel or-
is Mr. OPERATORS NEEDED
nd the
hole 12
r blade
is fine YOUNG MEN PIEPARE TOUiL
of any SELVES FO M GM
line is. sMONS
result

res of On account of tae new S hour law
)n, and passed by 'ongrpss in the interet of
telegraphers, and also on account of
aloupes so many new railroads being built
and old lines extended, an unusual
e whom demand for operators has been cra
ho le- ated. Conservative estimates have
placed the number of addlUtomal opera
Sv. T. ators that will be required during th
iri. and next ten months at approximately
20,00,0.
Speech YOUNG MEN. NOW IS YOUR OP-
p PORTUNITY! Enroll in our school
jing to NOW. and in only four to izx months
we will have you qualified for splea-
e finest did positions. Telegraph operators
tra lo- receive from $50 upwards. Our
school has been established twenty
SPack- years; its equipment I perfect; in-
structions thorough and practical
positions positively guamatead ar
S graduates. Board in Newnan is vary
cheap; the town is healthful and the
.s for a people are cordial Two main ime
rge of railroad wires run Into our school
Foiarooms. No other school in the Unit-
Florda ,el States has such up to date ali
ied his practical facilities for the benefit of
and is its studt~ts. Write at once for fre.
himself descriptive literature.


Local and Personal

Mr. J. Spencer was down Friday
from Zuber on a business visit.

Is it chils or fever? Plank's Chill
glomic is guaranteed to cure. 25c. x
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. M. Robinson of
Reddick were among the visitors in
Ocala Friday.


Mr. Otto Lohrig now has charge of
e stamp window at the Ocala post-
offlce.
Mr. Alfred Proctor and son re).',-
Sented the Ped,-o section in ,cala on
Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Lanier ,Rot-rtson an.!
little daughter are visit:n relatives
at Bushnell.
Mrs. C. M. Murphy and daugh'-r
of Anthony were among 'he (.,t ,'t
town shoppers to vi-it Ocala Sa'uir-


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OUR SOLE PURPOSE

Is to make this institution a na:?ri l
, benefit' to the community, .::.A aa a.l-
vantage to every man and v xnian-to
^ you in particular.
\NV offer ever..- facility consistent
with conservative banking. It is our
business to acconii,,date the people.
We invite you to join our growing
list of satisfied customers :


LCOMMERGIAL BANK


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Flora's higher Educotioq)ol Instituotions.


Uiverslty of the The State College For Won)en
Ste OF Florida (Fi-)rida Female Coll.g-
Tallahassee, Fioro ia
Galnsville, Florida. T
A College for Women. wi-.hour. a
A high-grade institution for young parallel in the south, embracing a
En, offering Uterary, Scientific En- College of Liberal ArTs: a Normal
neoerng A ultral S ei School: a School of Industrial Art6; a
gineering, Agricultural and Pedagogi- School of Fine Arts offering instiuc
cal Courses. tions in drawing, painting, piano, r.ipe-
Strong Faculty; well equipped lab- organ, violin, voice culture, elocution
oratories; thorough instruction, both andti physical culture.
.. ,Forty Florida counties and seven
theoretical and practical; careful su-Fory Florida counties and seven
states represented in "he enroflimen
pervision and discipline: high mura last season. Fine new dormitory with
tone rooms for one hundred and sixty girls.
No tuition charges to FlorPin st':- u-t c.t'i. Plan, f- o.r l:
dents. Other expenses very low. For tensiv impr.von-en, are alrea.iy
Snmatie. For further information or cat-
catalogue and information. addres-
al<-,?"-^ wr"ite t,;
ANDREW SLED. A. A ,'MURPHREE.
Preside Ent. Pre-i lent.


Rollins College
FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLECT
Cole. Academy and Schols ofl Mu-. Expr-:i.n. P.-.. At' D
tic and Iniustrial Arts and Busine-.
Carnegie Hall and third means d,)r mnitry n.w g ..g up: -.::r:i
steam and furnace heat; large faculty. p.-rf,- t h-arhl c.)nd'..: .s fine
nasium. athletic field. tennis courts. .,)If links: hbas-hal: in l basko-:
teams, champions of Florida this ytar. Noar!y a quarter a-df a .i!l:n d
endowment: expenses moderate; schC larhit's avaihabe Chri;sti.n, bu:
nominational: stands for
CHARACTER CUL TURE CONDU(
Next session begins October- 7. F.or ca al gu-s a1dre-. the PresidI
Wa. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D. Winter Park, Flori

FL41RIDA'S FAVORITE MAIL oRDER HOUSE


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D. HOGAN


OCALA, FLA. _

Thor is niot a more complete liquor store in Florida than ours,
and t!' ,-xeeil.Ant facilities for handling mail orders puts us in a
posir'i to ,, <, cut;stomers prompt attention. Our stock con-
sipts ,t ,v-rv':. ,the line of

HIGH CODE VINES, LIQUORS, BEERS, CIGARS, ETC.
I[,IPORTED AND DOMESTIC.


Southern Quee) Rye

I a splendid whiskey and we guarantee
tiat nothing better at the price can lie ,S.-


cured anvwherr-.


We ar- ocnfiient that a


trial order (if tht-'se tyoods w~il be the leaderOI


to future bu,
following price

One Quart
Two Quarts
Four Quarts


FLORIDA C. E. NEWS


I East Czast D strict

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Nortr Central District
CT I.: ::-. i.':. L.u:hU- ra.n S,:,.- ,nt, I"' ,; R i, ':: r, i
S" (a:, ,. H V .
da. CBre:e.
_- Lake ard Sumter District
I .s)ir.LilIie May Wrnic:k.
M1'. Dora.. Mis Edna Wahitn-,-vy.
-- Tavares. Miss Cora L. P-et.
S.)uth Lake Weir. Mr. E. S. Upha:n.
Eu'ri.i Pr-sbyterian S)ciety. Mr.
Arthur Russ--ll
Orange and Osceola District
kVinrer (;:G.-il-n \ TMis. : 1ine A.


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Walker. :ot his industry with feoulal tisniry'.
Tangerine. Miss Winnifret Wood. her great blue heron- and. smaller
Kissimmne Christian Church. Miss ')irdts of brilliant plumage; her man-
Emma Yowell. o-war hawks and scar!er tlamning')es,
Orlandio. Mrs. C. 0. Groves. her saltwater monstr, of the deep
Manatee and Hillsborough District and of the shallows. Robbed of these
Tampa Heights Presbyterian So)- picturesque features the state would
cietv, Rev. Jas. F. Winnard. suffer in reputation as a winter re-
St. Petirsburg Congrgarion Soci.-so-rt. offering The attractions of the
ty. Miss Fannie Hoyt andi Mr. Morris tropics within 24 or :'6 hours of the
Coa..t east ant the northern section of the
Broden.)own. Miss Miriam i Rod. middle .vest. F.)r her own benefit.
Tampa. First Pres,)vr-:an. Miss and for h -,pleasuren of tuori:sts frin
l}z.i:i-' Lenfist..y ,)her acres. F!oridia will fio wI to


Polr, a r d DeSoto District
ix. ~ith LII P'Slt~it t tf o a-'l


tor,-ad arl xin1 -, rrm siriction a' t,,hf

t *=c ..5 wil 4. 515 *,t 1.


Outside Territory ~ tjt : :. i
.;hl s awl we narvf.,tP' c? tilf', DeF:-in~a., S!"~in~rs. I j-~ a,,,-,:irmt't I!~ tiI~i11 :OL12 h !tL(tOi
I Edge. ~~~that l ai' llmad ih-,r tho- M-iLI '
r vN ar-e n11 a Li'-O -zifl r' heo e~o t Itl. Ui~-'ii. i1-r !~
$1.00,. .ltlt4 d- 11 sf4".Il pi a 1
* 9 * ~ an-Ufor t he ri' -t roU p.;cals dii ass'-- Li:- '- 'laz-b h :- .
* ,-- i:. tM pt~.n0. l Mis M y jlliTh tr[:a (5flit n4 iy
[express prepaid 1 : 4.00 '1 MyHw'.fr> ''' htapc i'f s ld. rtiI-.:


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A. E. BURNE"I"


JEWFT PR


Th. communication is to be devot-,
ei to press work. namely tLe using t
of spac,- in secular papers for Chris- t
ntian Endleavor news. The press de- r
partniment of tile state union is grow- f
in nmor.- rai.iily perhaps than any t
other. and has a future bright for t
mui-h gr.-ater usefulness to our work. I
The i.,)/lwia- pap-rs a:e giving us,
w,-ekly space- The Jacksonvill- ,
Met ropoli. Tanm'a Tribune. FFrila i
Ini Lx of Lake City. DeLand Suopie--
r,,-n:. Polk ('o:inty Record of Bartow,
the oaia Banne-r and, th, Ocala Star.
:.-)iaiiy in bo't ,dlailv and w ky is-
.-:,-s. St. Pe,- Tr.burg Inl't'e:'i-n:.
Tar.i)pa Tim:--. rhe Tine,-,- ni, a, :
Laklan'Il N-w.. anIj th.v Mana'-
Riv,-r .Jo)rL'.. ,A .3ra.I-ntov-n. Tvwit-
,a week %- ha'.,- .-pae in *;e Palat::h
iNews andi Gainesvill-- EI-vator. Am
irregular inTervals in tle E l, Lai.
Region an'! the D[eSoto Cointly Ntv
lof Arcadia. The Lee-esl)iirg, Comn-r-
cial i: th- la-' ,-) xr--n.i fraternal
couitsi.-'. We also ke-p "he (1'h,'i--
,.an En!-:-avor w V, i-i ps'-,i on stt.
ItapeUiiLn i I. aIl, a.' in ,), h "i, :h
-,arr -nr .-- on.t -her .-sta't, i-
ion,. Th-r-- is n:, ;)ar yet in Or-
aIia ,,- an-l (sc-ola0 *ii', o'ic. lel,),ig to
a lveris vour woI)rki
Ti,- eitors havwe .,- i As n )os,' g-n-
tet'ois}. -:~ vjl.- -La c.. ev -A. in t l

tian Eri.a t-o). oweU-. fi;i:i th'-se -t-
..i.a. au'5flL-. L- uso reciprocate
their kitu'ln s '-- )y ,;'i' ali in o'ir
pow-r to niak t ho- srate sor,. "r"'-r-

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A WORD FOR THE ALLIGATOR
"For while the alligator has made
he purses of the north, it has filled
he purses of the sourh. Ir is not for,
nothing that sportsmen are prohibited'
from shooting the aiiigato: wherever'
hh- winter hotei lIourishes ciin the p.-i
tLoric exit., from aon ove M:.son o.1'e
Dixon's line.
"And why not confess it? The al!i-
a'r i- a.',,;Jirirrmae an 'atractio)n"
as a .e hlao-ts 1 ttofni .a:-. 1f ( aralin..
a;,i S-In'a rBar:ara, th o:anger a, "-
) R-.,i':~. ',.- and Rivcrsit. ai, d the 1
vi n!e a:4: ',. ,f nor" i-rn (aiif,,rni A.
w'r.^t- vi, .. i ma'i* \whlI- you wait.
lii,- '. t'h-" al:' a- ,)r i)ei ain'. t,- :
all. Ir i js a )r'iCele-s a.-Or Oft th niari'-.
lu.()r'" inia;ination. In th' s,;l' h
t h I y..;:n'. '.. -t il ,
:1-.! ,1...ovn- n; a ,i v i.) i:piinr.~. r i:"

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\ .h, th i"andl rt -,1 t)*:i.!;] .f '"
li-,r"'r. I ar rh T- t O' o, the t'l.e. tr -
riot #-,) ,-a'. to tir vin'lerry :and a -
f ctriona e!l: ,>f h.i.i- n t .lf uct5)a -,
i)atlntnt o .-- and a i liat,,or.- ,ini hn '. I-
aTi surf ai,! saaiii a, i' i wion win-
tr r w:n-.is Ll, an' a s-.itinth [ '-t'.>\ '
s'lz^^~s ti-hrto Fil)-i-la .1:4 a rn^
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I:.-, ifal .,ing rijan.,t!ir t, i'a :l.o,,'-'s
,--.*. *^ p',, i>t^-.:*i a.' a p a; r.^ri::d fsor t.,e
a:.itic sl,-)p A 2ar" ,of the pirt~ir'-i
*-.sqi:,'nss ,of Fi,)ri't i ',nsi.-'s in h'-'r
:'I;i a;,'a")rs he r spi-ct:*'o cran^.s, h~r \)o1-!
i,:anIs winffln,^f their si;,-;ul way along!
,};" crests of the br,-akers, grotesque
'n rheir solemnity of mein and ap-
;,aranc 01 incaihcu1abi, age and iin-
farhomablel, wisniom; her bald eagles.
,th, robber barons of thie inlets, who
,lefraii the fish-hawk of the proftlts


THE JEWELER


MERCHANTS BLOCK, NEAR MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK. OCALA. FLA.


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Ocoosite Postoffice


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No Use Arguing


There's


About Millinery!


It wi, pi~
anif .~ 'ha 7 1~

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PRiCES HAVE [f:E-:N ~itH10 1', -

A\ND1 I N'FRIM.':EI[) T-7*.-

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Low Prices Wil; Prevail Only During August

MARY AFFLECK
OCALA'S FASHIONABLE MILLINER


Ocala House Block


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DUBOSE
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Hardwood(


Floors


INSIDE AND VENETIAN BLINDS

BURROWES' RUSTLESS SCREENS
30 DAYS FREE TRIAL


DAVID S. WOODROW


J. W. AKIN


GEORGE H. IFOO


OCALA PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
DEALE RS IN
Standard Makes of Plumbing Goods, Gas Engines. Pumps, Irrigating Plalnl
Acetylene Gas Plants Sold and Install ed Complete. Estimates promptly 9M"
emitted on any Work In our line.


P.O Box No. 944


Ocala


OCALA. fLA


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Wine


TRY OUR


OLD OLLEGHANY


PURE

Put up 4 full Qts
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'Thisi~ N. SOAm


Roorrs.


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Sa:e hotter than ever prepared to furnish the
W e p)e of this :,rt )f Florida with High irade
Jewelrv of All Kins. Our line of Sterling
Sil-erwvare, Cut G'a4s Novt-lties, Gold Locket-. Brace.
let., Rings, Etc., i large and varied, and mu- \,
seen to be appreciated. Then our
REPAIR DEPARTMENT
is also in shane to give the best of service on -hlrr
notice. Nine but expert. handle your wort. win it
is left within u-. Give us a trial if we are not a:rtlicdv
setvinn you.
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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1908.


ONE-DL Ai YE.


Elm I LA %vq w


Local nd Persona


Work on the government
will xsoon begin in earnest.

8bhriff Gordon returned W(
from a trip to .acksonville.

Mr. Gorge S Ptpwav ot
back from a tri, To .Jacksonvi

Mr. Charles Kn-irjaxIf: ,ornt
040 make imniprovements on his loi
tula Pr: Sonth Thir. .Tree's.

SMiss Lottiie ,'ha'v.y of Tamr
b"he c!t'y on a via. "o '.!,
Bright.

Mrs. Fannie -Cnnrll (of S'.
burg was in Ocala Tu,-sday
way to Connor, where sh- -i
friends for a few weeks.

T. H. Mills can make your
oo post cards and finish their
you wait. 54 North Magnolia
Ocala. Fla. S -

Mr. Hibbert Weathers. wi
down to Tampa on the ex-nr


Li


'OCALA AND PLANT CITY BALL!
I ~ASI


RICHARDSON-McILWAIN


MRS. REDDING ENTERTAINS


STHIS SEASON'S ORANGE CROP ; MR. ROBEIR GAMBLE CAUG
THIS SEASON'S ORANGE CROP; MR. ROBERT GAMBLE CAUGHT


A rI I -- BIG TARPON
A lively wedding of the week, in Mrs. W. A. Reddling, forr:er!v of Alter the mos, careful estimate it
building 1Y-sterday afternoon b-:ore a large- whirh a gr-at -leal of interest center.-, his city has as h r guests in Jack- is possible to make this early in the: Mr. Robert Gamble returned
gathering compo.-ed( of :h- residents w'as that of Mi s Virginia Mcllwain sonville Miss Christian Cook of s',ason. based on reports from the:city Saturday nigh* from Hon
of Tampa an-! a niumher of the t;
of Tampa an a number f the visit- t(; v. D n..,i W'. Richardson of Brooksville and Miss s Clara andi .growers themselves and p-rsonal oh- where he had been on a ishi
e, nesla, ing excursionit'- *he Ocala team Greer. wnich took piace Wednesday i -*-elia Gray of St. Petersburrg. All servation. we are compelled to con- and this great admirer of
went down in tlefpaT at th- hands of niorr" ... ar :;,, o'-.o(:-k, at the res-. ..'- of these yo.ng !adies ar, we-lli elude that the present crop of orang- sport of "hooking the big on
Plant City. the wpa,-rs of the uni- |ldence af :h, i;ri(.-',.n mother. Mrs. E. knwnf htre. RR(ently Mr.. R.,widing n wil nor ,-xcP-d lasr sea-on's crop dares that he has never bad
A~,v i forms virh th, n,(,nogram P. C. hay-;H. Mcll ,. n. ,. Vinn street. ! .... .n ",i
lroy forms wih th ra P. C. a-H. Mcl n. Vnn rtaind in ther honor, anal rh- 'by ,)-ov p,.r cpnt, and it may he as sport in his life than during
il. ing two r!n: to their cred:*, while Dr. Ro',-:, P. P,-l of (onrerse Col- Times-Unin spoke or h rs m-h as pr cent. smaller. Of cent trip.
nin,-, large jicy ciphers marked the lee perfor:..-, th, c-n:ony. follows: or' the rains and real-nce of The one purpo of Mr Gai
inue to( effor's of th,- in-n of Marion cun M.nd,,ssons w..,ing n.ar(h was Fridlay v. -i- . r. ai..l Mrs. \N. A.:-ro.-mns are fac,,r. which may change ro land a tarpon, the games
Son \a- Matth-w- was on the firing line .r }aa-e y Mis- Laara Baerham. a d-lihtful Air ; th tal crop. finny tribe, and in this he was
P`an- (iy. the sam, Matthws ,ho Th, t',i.i-ni Mi l.ouise Mar-I-v fr ,, th-r:,, thro- ,.:v ,i-: (r Th- .ra e*r-i -rop mar he one- appoint-d. While fishing ht h
*pa i< in,- '" :r ,0<< in rh,> "ramha f:,y ',- ,,- ,,h;,nr 31i-< Ev: S' +'h ,, ^rer. Miss i, ,'hristian ',ok ,i Broi).svHie thirF. larger than last sason, it b -striks, but he lost the first
,.p ;s in ha'la l:-ea
" pa is-, a i tini a l for ;h* Ta* .: -*.' ,j ks 01',k- S rrai;,r-. Mi, ar:,l Ti- .-, (Gray oi SrT. P#e'-:"- ing imo(sit)ie ;) a<'liratey estimliate lmuc'h o o is regret.
ff. ... o ~ i .- / i th iit l ka: T t' ~ -'. i '~ e (', 0 fj. M is s FP o r '- n c e .11 o o d y o r;;. . .' ". "
oy aP-. roagh it, inu.,t t>-. B-,I,, ''oo(i. Miss F.lovenc^ Moody ;l;rg *apr* a.-;.rv in the season as Mr. Gamble was not to be "h vA ,a- luck ". T ) v-` I* .a r t.,.: MIiss V :-v Mille,:- f i)- .nioi The caic wr- M:. orana-e. and Ahe Eraefr'Thit never I however, and he continued
Pter- had hos in the secon! ansi 'i:'i- !r-vTi'e -nt% r t! the parlor in couplk-s. and Airs. R-,ding, Misses ('ook and t vinr ,-en kept separate hy their for the big nanh and shortly h
on h,-r '.ngs v:.h-'he it lkooed t .riL !-' ::..inn ,) s.mi-circle aroundl an ir- Gray an(l Mo--ssrs Frank Holt, George transportation lines, toher strike. This time he hal
ill vih*" wo',ld urely score. . .ai..., k of tr-rns. 1Thy wore Avent and Floy,! Knight. The quality of both orang-s and luck, and after several minutes
(lOppo.sing the sto-kivy ii. "Mlk,. :.r--'. vh!t, linen, vith hats to Afte-r enjoying the performance at grapefruit promises to be a- fine as rarest kind of sport he landed
wa. Frank Harris, 1a .::,-v,. ., .. ... ". he Air Dome. rhe congenial little p)ar- Florida ever proiduce.,1 pen weighing over 150 pounds
picture but :or a bad wa.,ble in th,: Third, i:.- Nxt c.1m8 'he maid of ionor. Miss ty enj)yIl supper at the home of the Last year's crop madbe a total of most seven fleet in length.
m whil- ning ,i'(-hed a good, g as- an, ka" B-s-si. M-Ilwain. the bride's sister, host an. hostess. 8.I;6,09, boxes of both oranges and In speaking of his trip, Mr.
a street. his opjPmnts hits pretty wll -cat- w-l wor,, a lo\.i pink suit. with hat * grapefruit, of which it is safe to esti- said: "I have never enjoyed
14-tfw. rd" o .aTch, and (a rri-d pink roses. Saturday evening at Dixieland the- mate that one-fifth was grapefruit. in my lif- more than the one ji
SHar'i--' most coT,,l mi- k, w. I Th,- h',,i, ,iiral, with her broth, after Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Redding gave but was the poorest fruit ever grown ished at Homoa8ja. where th
o we-nt w!"n itin a man on second. ain, t:r.. ,r.. Mr. H'Mgh Mllwain. Her costume a very delightful little box party to in the state: besides, in many cases of fishing is to be had. It is a
sion. ro--.h, ..:i, a balk. scoring Thr 1.,t:, a.-` ,- ;. iauritul champagne colored the Dixieland theater to see Miss Ma- the summer fruit was packed in with place for tarpon fishing, anl


tumed Tuesday. While in Ta::.,.. Vh'(-ig he oth#-r runner -.,, p!u': 'ii- 't'i !Lar to match, and she car-
be was the guest of his brother and 'h *,art-r on firs:. This w.-.- h. f.-* :'i" ii !oiiqit of white roses.
Sister-ti-law, Mr. and Mrs. B.iji, :.* sc ( :.-d. and withoIut :i a p ntrc-d with his b-'st man.
Weathers. ;>-xin o *he re-t m:- .. : . '. .. :. S ith. ,;:' Gro.r. After con-
'(hangr t. .r'r:21 ,it'1!,t, h- ( l-gant salad co",rse
Mrs. R. E. Yonge. Mrs. Alice Ciin,. The -u1pport accordle.! M!.h,-,.-i.t r'.e.v


bel Paige.
After the theater, suppr was en-
joyed at the hospitable Redding bonme
in Springfield.

THE SOCIALIST CONVENTION


the regular crop wh-ile it was too
green to eat.
Notwithstanding the panic and ev-
ery other influence that may exist, if
the fruit is weIl distributed, honestly
and intolliaPntiv rarkotedt there is


and Laurie and Erin Ycnze returned while not gilT-ed ,ed, wa ,.. id,>. .v. .iK.-OI ;--,n nd his bri:! e l.t'-ft no reason whatever that good oran
Wednesday afternoon from trip To bu-ttr '-hn Harri- a. on b* "-. .:.',,',-y ';. Ashville and other Pursuant to call. the socialist c(un- hould not bring $2 or more a box
Jacksonville where they hae en s pretty s.- - - (roina.-Abi,.ville ryv convention met in th coi-r house o. and rapefruit $ per hx f. o.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mente tor bT :.-. won. S. ( ( ',. , nta ,ounil. ",n Tuesdayi. AIgust 11. and was calle T veral wek ear
,, .!:,:nta .1ou,-nal. '"I"Tha cop is IIra week earl
the past fw days. fi.. :. ;iichr i .;. -o.. .::. "' ;, n i< ,. is .r of Mr. \V. T.I 10 orlir at hot:r I o'clok. !his year than last. and there is b
Karl L. 1-ar Iter of Spa-rr xmaselcd
fir is :Ofni:.. Th9 gu : ,r e'" ", :*":.i: f t:-- ; iiy. and winter be- Ka 1 Harr o a asry little summer fruit in the state
Mr. Angis Bird-yv of Macon. G fis s-an from ( .. ::., : n s.vral weeks here as to ar chairman, and E. C. Smith o tor tha woke grav o t
formerly of Ocala. has bn ,pniin. I- ,, ,, : :, ,,i, q t,, "* Ocala. temporary secretary, detriment of lat vars crop.
The past wt-1;: (.r mnorp with hi-s -. r o' .- .. .. .. :.v and acqaintanc- After r'a1in- th. (call and som T r ( .rs. Co
I n s,- f-on-i B1-r-n,1- "O,: :. .., i. ,d:. antl acqiiaintane-" "T Fo il O a g ,o,,s C
lege friend. Mr. Liroy Gil-s. at Or- o ight fi!l. we to -cor.,: -.'- who ,-;; in-estel in the a,ove liCssion the convention as ad- preparing to sell the crops
lando. and ha- is +een .virg a ve;v d- VogwT's ,',ii into the" r '" Tr n : ... ... ;n ,-elin lv chan'.- Jnoirntdk until 2 o' clock. the
ligK:^ VST the.t af'!.r whif h Bullock al>-i . .. '.-' ,.,na t',n niion wias calledtl ro or ldtr at;n of t ,n .
-:lra t e 1). ).. O 1.i Al t plin-onartoin Sept
M r. .1. V. Crr + f- T sda-v" rrant -lew a .' .t .. .-I"r. at; r.i;rs. M1'l:wI ii and th. -ir -: 'I !- p v. t. :d a m orit on to m akn 'h ,er.
'_ ... .', 1',, ,- ":' "- "- '" ," ::-- ,' y- were, I,!'e'.ent :'t a- n o,"'r,'- rr ani.za ion h !-r anhiien If gro~wer-s "ish to get the abo
over the A. i. Ry.. or i -" .x^'e Ga ; Y n i h. p : ". 'h. : ., h ,en, i.t r i. "i t w s
where he will join his family anal n.1' ';w:s nr^i1 tal t the 'i -5 ::' i;- no ;h' (a t-r M-ti>^. wa-vcalrrical. wp hpriceS for their fruit. andl wish
maiwhere he will join his. family n (.rrb Tn Th p o Th convention wvas thn address make orange growing profitable to t
m a in fo r a v aylir. :n yr r. (7" a { : (,:' T -, p la y D ~ u w :
S been working hard all summer an.l 0 at an -'ii A' S-SMITH carman. rower, then they must become sto
a, u .- The state platform was thon r,',d
hasF earned a re-: We. hope tha, h1w r(TI r- 1 r ;.+"I a ,^ h u: r i'. f ..-- The te platform was th nra holders in the company and must pJ(
Pianv (','- .ia'th, w for.::, d. S:"-I:: oinwa are htti
lF ealh a oten a y c u pe t.a he p l 1n.1 a motion was carried that this themselves by attending th ann
will have a no-:T Pnjovabld vacation r A u- -nr w- ilin g l ook p .act,.ovninedrprh -tn-la, nmple va^a" "
iaa 1: f!. o,'- : it.t roed :cs B.: -. nion endorse oh national an ockholders' meeting at Tampa
S, ,,'.,'.. -, in M artol, in v'- hiC i tar, platformis.
Mr. W illiam Armour of Panasoffkle.-''lrn -, ou T;*-, o r :'.-al 'c qt, : August 2.th. at 1 clock.
r.Aw ilasam:A m "urio H as -n o '.Smih and Mr. l ewi H. rAotion was earril to nominated The estimates by certain buy
,a t r ge",ng ; (1- 1.,!hit eve:' h- " -
was in Ocala Tuesday. He has b-1a1`,"; .t,,ha' contractinp-trme
Seon )a ,, -. Only l-islative ticket, and Karl I'. wh have forml a league have
pointed receiver for the Haarris-n (1ack. .1' 1. we-alit t.ok place intz. 'hc !:"I+r of SI)arr and .1 Y. Hicks of ie- the past eight years been from 3o
Strobber property on th- ttutlet." In tI nt h 1c-' es f 'Ia .d.. ..* ;; ch.': ii and Re' Ow'- < ot' 1'
Strob. r pteropety nv Mr. "ulet." : I ..--. It a:' P: h" :1 ., .,'"h,, a ,r run x're nominate;l for that office. 5,0 per cent. above the actual cr
This was the property Mr. Sroi.harv. --.-.a .. r,,,':.' ." unt cutiee committee con- Th i sy earttre i ed 0 per cel
,- -" ] cait4.A ,'oilnl-y exe'cutivo committee, con
bought for a.zaiate preser',e bun ro-- .- t r., .- fun-h tv.' -u''str, ot
cr consummated :hr : "'.'t. '-r,-- and s-conl! on \V. Do ., I r. lstn O H C Jons Krl L Harer are eve
*.. .i... ll'h ^> \\,r. Ilcl w,. ma. :, plai'ed t0 VI.Y ;. ic -. C. F i. S hneide-r. L. Ba -t hig her p w r to r n p i
Harris has brought suit to recover i:.' v int,. which ,, i' ,-: beat to .r '. : eli ar t Hic C. F. Schnider, L. thing i their power to ru pric
It is a very fine property. and a p"H- h e to h Pc.er. t lt of The bri-s parents, Mr. lara. R. C. Younruinn the industry
It is a very fine property. an,1 a pa-i" H.-1;:,, :rove I-,hot <,np to 0-*, pit.-,
of it is a bearing orange g:-ove. whl(1: ,htir.,ws hai',ai! l-ke a vet- a .i'I.I. Smit whe an wa then noninateal. and the conen- FI.ORIDA ORANGE GROWERS' C
,_ '-ran.sh,,ao:.n!t i ,o fi .'t tim- to an welding lipp r was served, tion adjourned. JtSIAH VARN, Pres.
SMrs. J. M. Hillman. a woman muIh n.-il Do, beloved in Anthony, died Wednesday el anl stole second an I Ennert beautifully 1l+corat ad for the occasion Ocala. August 11, 19,8. _
She had typoid, fever and had be-n s-ruck o-:t. ROT o!-wned Plant CiTVS by fri':(ls of rth: yung couple. A SLICK ARTICLE
The b laridle is the accomlplishedl and DEATH OF MR. HENDRICKS
sick for a month. Besides a host of half oi the inning by driving t;r'eui'a ; lilisr oM anl Mrs.
loving friends she leavy : a devoted -'.econl for a single andl s.,-.iia -e ,a. 51 laa"ler of Mr. and Mrs. A Palatka '*.r,, < i. u'.:,t,;,i,- a husband and several children t' on1l. l r',,hart farnel f Ro.,n..n s who or several monhs has
mnoun her death. The ,.v"eas5, was.g- ot a nic. single to 1 ft Z,.:.M arv'-nc Pilians is Nl. C R. Henirics e hi r
It rP11es I p. na rs .this home in Ocrila Tu(-sday nigh.Iae h e haeamvn
a member of the Methodist Epi'coT-!. iig Rt anl in Io I. n, . . ,,., an Mrs. t how on I.on street, with c
~ ~~ I c p,i (". 1) I -:; Elin "^ iA.. dea- '''th' is- deeply deplond< by\ ou
church. south, and made her creed her .The b:ll was thrown tI) h-, I ft .. lI '::a. al i at pire- th is aeepy deplor d b ur silerable success, has surreptitious
cIurchthoutholnd made
rule of conduct. Rev. R. H. Barnett la;,ter at third. Ta.-lor can- ,!r, and '- 't 'h r-' I was a cIz an th fr Palatka' a
1 "ler Co-ka.v! 1',. ,?a\t a void among those who ,rue a n
of this city officiated at the funeral. Harris made a balk. scoring Rt i- streets off his eet on an urgent c
-- vancing Robinson PnflI putting "aicr e wish for thi yol!lg Couple a knew hin best. e wa sxty earshon,. leaving a number of his cr
Architect John Young. superintend-1i Dormanr placed osnE s.fe rous career of us.-ful- ot age and came to Florida trom Geor-
!rhitet-on first. Dormany placed n fe .,srofyears ago. and at
ent of construction for the I'. S. post-. in h lf f Robinson scorI. h time h fis d him money, with the bag to hold .'
office a d c o urt o u se, iliu th en rle-tfi e ld_ _an d_ _Ro b in so n_ _ _ __U.1
a abthecTime of his death wanengagedin
office and court house, is just in r-Sparkman followed with another hit b goe us. He a local bicycle dealer and repair m
ceipt of drawings and specifications in the same direction, on which he go o He leaves a od $155. and to a woman fr
voelieiaduhenadtosn whom-shee doe-roon.domoney ine so
covering settlements and changes in two bags. and Taylor was :t at he v oted wife. a laughter and t wo sons whom he borrowed mone in sm
the new fdr bidn con..teomplot \o n:iou'n his ,leath. His remains were
the ew edeal uilingconemp a, plate. Matthews flew out to centt-
the new federal building ontempa- p Matthews few out to cen laid to rest in the Greenwood Annex sums at various times, he is indebt
ed by the appropriation of twenty- field and the fireworks were ovr. .Carroll officiatin $ls:. The woman is a widow a
five thousand dollars, obtained at the There was little doing in the fourth. t has no security whatever. The bi
last session of congress by Represent-but in the fifth Plant City was within tohe funeral anibuteto hievin,. Ths c man anti others interested
active Sparkman. Mr. Young has de- an ace of adding to their scort. Tt.y- erwintte to his e r.ll a dobthess come out bet1
slivered a set of the drawings to Mr. or being declared out at th plte on a (I he paesckl in the matter, as the theater will b
G. K. Williams of the firm of Chas.. a very clse decision. e famlv managed by Mr. L. Kalbfel
Hoertz & on, contractor, or pro-in famn0ing ypth~y tothe strick- aae yM.L abil
Hoert & Son. contractors, for pro-In the sixth Bennett for Ocala gut them. Wbn the claims are satisfy
posal. Mr. Williams left last night as far as third, but died there, and NOTICE it is arned. Mr. Kalbfield will r
11 c o f r w t1i a tn r n A l n aIN O T IC E t s le r d.r.a bf ld w l r
,4 to confer with his partners in Atlanta Harris struck out all three of The, it on his own account and popular
relative to figures to be submitted. Plant City aggregation. ... .HOf A)plication to Sell Lands Belong- it with the amusement loving pub
. U I f inc. to the Estate of Phillin K .


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those


who are fond of the rare sport of paity-
ing the tarpon should take the trip.
Besides this great sport of landing the
big fish the other fish are biting splen-
didly and every day a large number
of sheepsheal and black bass are
hooked."
Several parties are already being
planned to nmake the trip for the pur-
pose of fishing for tarpon and no
doubt as sot)i as it is known that they
are biting so woll and that Mr Gam-
ble has just -,ic'eeiel hfi landing one
of the big fish. many other fishing
!artti-s will I)e arranged.-Sunday's
Times-Union.

THE "OPEN WINDOW" BETTER
THAN THE "OPEN DOOR"

Health 's the most desirable of all
mundane things, and open windows
are a great step in the preservation
and reclamation of health.
"Good Health," a monthly publica-
tion devoted to what its name implies.
speaks a strong word for the "open
window."
!t says: "The best part of a modern
house is its windows. To keep them
open day and night and to make the
air inside approach as nearly as poss-
ble the air outside should be the first
business of the housekeeper."
How often does one see the win-
(lows shut tight, even In summer, In
this city? All modern science now de-
mTrands the open air. And all open air
is good. day or night, and is. indeed,
the best of medicine. When someone
remonstrated with Florence Nighten-
gale as to opening windows and let-
ting in the night air. she replied that
night air was the only kind of air
there was at night. The rul,- of the
modern house should be big 'indows,
opening to the floor if possible, plen-
ty of them, and wide open.

MR. BRYAN'S SPEECH OF ACCEPT-
ANCE

Mr. Bryan was formally and offi-
cially notified of his nomination Wed-
nesday at his borne at Fairview, near
Lincoln, Neb. We are glad to be able
to print his letter of acceptance in
full in today's Banner. He has left
nothing unsaid that he should have
said and has said nothing that he
should not have said. It is in every
way a remarkable production. It Is
short, crisp, incisive. Every word
seems to have been measured. From
start to finish he nuts th renublican


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T E CALA E BAL NER IMPRESSION$ OF NORTH CARO-jbeautiful scenery, Tryon is a lovely &S THE ELECTORAL VOTE IN BRYAN AND THS NEGRO VOTE
BL___________ jLINA and favored spot. FLORIDA IN DANGER -
P--- HA-& dWedi nFloridians are at Tryon. as they Much useless if not foolish talk is
K H III 41.We were exceedingly disappointed seem to be everywhere. There we Inverness. Fla.. Aug. 10. 190S. going on about Mr. Bryan and the ne-
-l V. 8-n-= v Managr. In the fact that those bedimpled, rosy'met Mr. Hamrick. Mr. Valmore Izlar. To the Edlitor Ocala Bannr: gro voter. He has already said that
Weee- Ionta I f* Mrs. Looney and several others resid- In the investigation of any question the southern states have satisfactory
-cheeked mountain z a .6ei o fai*-tl Z ....
matria l. A '' i n orher sections of th, state oth-|of public impo)rta:ne the Bible it;- -"rag' laws. As to the northern
^. materialize. A.I r-:in:'lerwer than Ocala. rects us -To the law and the testi- ani wesern states the negr. vote
Ssaw but o,.! little gir; "AiT1 frcklpss In trhe rugged grandeur )f her scen- money for those who speak i.ot accor.- longs anyone w can get it.
face and rosy cheek-, that in any wa: ery Norwh Carolina has Florida fade,l, ing to these words, there is no truth the eocratic committee can per-
to tthesdewocratichcommitteo can per
:l;approac'--d the pirture so -ividly riv-1hut in almost all other resects Flor- in them."
eted in our Imagination of the b-aii- ibla is *he better state. nd as a Section 4 of article l. Constitution York. Indiana. Ohio and [linols to
i \ *~have read so often in th- newspaper's States shall guarantee to every state election may be secured. What harm
9'and magazines. True. W- saw a good JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER CONTINU- in this Union a rpblican form of is here in persuading the negroes?
many rosy cheeks at the hotels., b))ar.l- ING HIS BENEFACTIONS government." This is the law; now [r can be done through their bishops,
ftw AM and my fta., and how it flies ing houses and at tlh- meeting of t-, .. !Iler us see th- testimony. Has there ,eahers and political leaders. It is
S u d and my land and half the trains, but they did not look airog:- Mr. John D. Rockefeller has through ben a republican form of govern- just a question of persuasive power
rd aay; er as if the were paint! by th-the general education boar adde mnt known and distinguished among n the part of democrats. In such a
o red and blood red its stripes for- mountain air and sunlight $7.5 to thp $104.) appropriated ith speral states, as in the state of rsiential contest as we now have
ever gleam;, lrdlrpbia omo o
ever aleam;The men-wlc, mean tho w.)rk:ia !for work which Dr. S. A. Knapp o ,o !l)r'i
W white and soul white, the g Th en-w. mean th wrkgfoworkwhichDr.S.A.Knappof a A republican form of gov- hre is no time for sentiment to
forefathers' dream; men and farmers, principally the Ia+- department of agriculture is doing ernmenr :s on, institute, by repre- ,,mn in and prevent the persuading
I blue and true blue, with stars that :ter-as a rule are tall andt ua,,n'. ...amongsouthern farmers. Dr. Knapp
aleul aret; -. &,righamong southern farmers. Dr. Knapp fresD. ip ^ of th people of the srate ,f nro-s to vote for their best
TM gloried guidon of the day. a shel- maturely bent as with th.- -igh, o of ha 152 agenr. in the south, and, h: in accordance with the fundamental ,-r r tolv fo t e
gleam 15aagnt, i tht;out. n in acoft rdance withthe fundamental 'i-d.[wolbeaoojkeo
ter through the night. ears. They till litti- patch-:- ofl has established 12,.0'c,; demonstration !a or th, sra- and the fundamental the republicans to turn their own
Your flag and my flag, and oh. h.vw earth here and there and drive great farnim.-. Twenty rhoeisa.l farmers c)- law of tih, United States: antd whpre twns aainsr them-South Carolina
much It holds! distance., o'er tht- mountain roits to')operate in applying the sciontitc the fini:inmeuril ilw of the sae fixes Soarran.
Ytour land and my land secure with'- sell thd-. megre lroe' The ":nnthos prop an man I !,,,'t- h'Iw. w ,-n ani in what
Its folds; i~ ts~- ~ooe.admk ~
Your heart and my heart beat quicker f-nce" law is in evidence in North ports as to r1.ulis. At leasr or,*,," m t:n,,;' ,' m,,rhoi ha rmp'e.;ora- v.'. are glal soneimea to uI able
at the sight; p rt a t r),'-. Atlo)lOft~" l o :lld ho chote ,)lrl ih th s e o tofi e
aun- sted ands wind-tssed. the re. Caro'itna. an1 nearly ovo.ry h,)m., ha. -farmers (.ach :ear vi-it the demon- ti, of th hold he r wih thos we m otie
and blue and white; a cow and a ca!f. They a.-e ,tthli.-roi station farms. After five years a an1 this 'lasr not ben ,ion" in the ,qi-azre. (iving the Mobile Register
The one flag, the great flag. the flag f)r aout in Sots to ear th- .-u'-culnt transformation is revealed in all sec- ,-tarT of FIori'ia. Then ir mu-t b. i grntle toning down. Editor Harper
me and you;: r a that theLooktegoftFform ouis not -4 the Jacktontith sCantral Labora.isur-
Glorified all else beside.. the red and grasse, looking out from our win- tions,. By getting th )best see.pl, by rha e sra )f orii i nt t acksonllCntral bor our-
white and blue. do,)w arly one morning we -aw a man saving !he moisture, fertilizing anl tow. anl iis notro it''n for vral na.I ;ays: ',V believe that Mobile is
"-- --'--" --- holding a calf. which wa., tied to a rotating crops. a bale and a half of years. a rel)ulicaii n of gvrn- worthy of a goo newspaper, on which
FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. 19018 rope. ar.d notwithstandling there was cotton are grown where le-ss than a mpnt. h) be emloy a fair-mn d-
a heavy downpour of rain he held it: bale grew before, an- it is harvested, Sction ". article I. (-Constitition "irr-hone capable of giving Mr. Hearst
for an hour or more so that it could before the boll weevil comes around., the U. S. inclutles members of the his due. as well as Mr. Taft or Mr.
SEND IN YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS crop the grass, which was not at all Banks are being filled, stores are re- electoral college as well as mmbiirs Bryan or Mister Anybody EIse." That
abundant. Rain or shine every morn- opened, andi the value of southern of congress in speaking of the rights should he the keynote of every editor.
ing this old man was there with his property is enhanced in some casesio the peopl- to lct their rpr-Give eeron heir u. fair-
As augen by Col. W. J. Bryan, alf. b 5) per cent. sntaive and shif th memb-rs min.ie.i and broad-minde,1. Accord-
uaWeri mention this to show what I Prof. Rolfs of the State 'niversit rsitsittsinIg eletr,' or presieinr iing to our way of thinking Mr. Hearst
dem -iratC candidate for president, straits there poor folks are in. says that over in west Florida. where, and vice president come from a state i off the track, politically.. [~rr that

the Ocala Banner will receive contri-! Th. WomprPn 1ok wan an.d fad-.I .- ? no havn a republican form of o-io not lin us to th fa That he
Their figures are not models nor Io tend the Farmers Institutes, s, ne- ornmont. not b.- al,),-t. frm l)ro:j r .- a remarkable man. He wul.i be
buttons to the democratic campaign they possess the ruddy glow of health, rimes in the mot remote rural dis- objections. reo cas* th ,!,'t;Y-,l "1 ^ > if he were not rch. His speech
of" the -atnto' ilt (if .-llwh is r~lp kin.g-a hia o a ltc v ,fo,-. w -
fund, and forward same to the nation-t They climb long di:taiics o th tracts. The greats improemets the se Burf -h i t ki a Chicago. as a !itev .ff. -
.mountains with a bag or hsketr or ap- noti-al')I- in rh- proldts of f-drm (lom of dmagogu-1. i msterpice His .peechs in hi-
al committee. No subscription of less ples. which they sell for tfTeen crr crops, ,atipaign against Hrg" -r -po;i
tha e dollar will be received, and c.-ns. If it wore not for hi, In South Carolina a new rev'Iatiun POLITICAL SUICIDE rii-,), irdrins aoi wt e anne ,-x
an one dollar will be received, and apples we do not know whuz tht poor has been givn th" farmnrs. :ni inr. an shw h annr o
the names of all contributors will be 'Pe')'l "u in that coinry wc,'d ,. crops ar ling )iblod ani farnin MS-. Harsr arv. r n Hart is. Harst. ike Tm
S All the vil, lan',.-, of course, are i, getting tO pay bet rilIr any orh- (r.o"-fli rt .t san:' m1laneho!:. Pi.-; .-A' -fo i a .r.a.' r "'u. a'n- a
published in the Banner. unless other- un,ter cuIlrivai on. bIu th, iar:t is -r )iisiness. and with iss (-:OSt ani Tak that in tio:is .ann' iv hats p)ri- .. sr. h: ", :- s;,) ,i:
uit e linsi-.i-. bu.t wlha; th-r,: is of it worries. -,i :,) fa:al to .--s.'ss. T,'n A i. B."an n.'w. a- he .:i *;i r n-im )rm.
wise requested. Receipts for all mon- SPanir a B Br nr. i i W '
yi"',is abun iantly. STrangely enough Thi- cot of f-?neina has Ion,-: sinet- Pa^mr an'l B,:kn,1'. ;ni ,.thlers wh ;,,. c-nii{,a.-n o 1 M,
ey forwarded to the national commit- 'h-i- mountain sides ar u' ilizeoil in a ben al)o[ished. miil ht b, onnnti lni. On, may not a- _
s le. inmost renlrkable ,igr.. Crops a:,. Forces are constantiy at work for pr'-o;" of his i)l'trv'. noiiin,-' On cr-! There Is no occa-horn 'ot v oorv be)-
seer1 gmowin~~~~ at )st; amnparts)f'its platform. hu't t-hi- et. as-h eea -xeu~fnIo
te will also be published. Send in r)win at aim st perpene.icua the inprovemr of the farming in-' parrs of is
rur subsciptions and help the cause. heights. How they manage to plow ,istr.v-making its burlns less and rur ;olicy is to .iorher ,down thi ,-.h stare is ,omewha' r.l ,d i.--
the furrows s.m almost impossible prits mor feeling and lendi all the it)porr possi- ti, and certain the inci-.nt ,i.-
The committee "needs the money." 'to a flatwoodsman 91e to the success of th' ticket. Tom not furnish groun.i for rhe. .allng of
____ ___ In some places the crops ar v-ry Watson today comans r^-Ioct anii an extra session of the Legislature, rhe
'sine m but as a rule no bempthar yr THE WAIL CLAIM admiration from the superlative pow- expenses of which would still further

A bonus of three months' pay will own. rs of his intellect, but aside from i ,duce the fundt. Several of th- coun-


be given men who re-enlist in the I We saw very little cotton under cul
army. -tivation. yet at every little town.
!much smaller than Ocala. we saw cot-
Bryan's constantly "passing around ton mills of some description, and it
tOe hat" gives a look of piety at least is said that these mills pay good div-
to the ciamlig idends to their owners. Generally.
too. these mills are run with steam
Job Temiple Graves is sick. He is power.
~pojwetr.
ln a New York hospital. and had to The principal trade at Salada, where
*dergo a 'ight surgical operation. we stopped, is shipping the bark of
Mr John D. Rockefeller recently thbe chestnut oak for tanning purpos-
M Joh. Roc<, kllt in n cntl es. and poplar wood for making wood


cceidet, which might have cost him
his life.

Mr. Henry M. Flsglpr is spending
a part of the suMmer at Breton
Woods, N. H.. and is enjoying excel-
aent health.

Te sawmill men of Tampa have
-amed the price of lumber 1; per cent.
The Ucreaaed price has already gone
Itato effect.

Hklea. as his name implies, is a
musical composer. The name of his
running mate is not calculated to give
him much inspiration.

Editor Harper of the Jacksonville
Central Labor Journal uses the per-
soal pronoun "T' also. Soon Editor
Claude will not be so many.

Japan is to assemble her full navy
to receive Teddy's terrible armada.
Now, if Hobson were there to do his
Merrimac stunt, wouldn't it be great?


pulp.
This bark and wood are procured
under great difficulties and are hauled
great distances down the mountains.
In former times the bark of the
Florida red oak was used quite exten-
sively for tanning purposes, and no
doubt quite an enterprise could be
built up along this line. The chest-
nut oak bark sells for $8 and $16 per
cord. The Florida red oak bark could
be procured with less expense.
It seems, too. that our v.ahoo and
other soft woods could be utilized for
the making of wood pull)p.
Just before leaving Salud i for ho:ne
we took a trip to Tryon. It is a pret-
ty village at the foot of the moun-
tains. and is both a winter and a sum-
mer resort. It is noted for its grape
vineyards. We visited th, vineyard
of Mr. A. J. Lomert. He has a fine
vineyard and makes a most excellent
article of wine. We were invited to
his wine house and sampled his vint-
age. He has port. sherry, claret, sau-
tern. etc. The brew is pure and the


Ex-Chief Justice George P. Raney'
was a recent visitor to Jacksonville.
and while there talked to a repre-
sentative of the Metropolis about the
ultimate payment of the Wailes claim:
Judge Raney spoke as follows:
'"I do not think there is any doubt
whatever but that the claim of Col.
Sidney I. Walles against the state of
Florida will be paid. and am pleased
at the fact that the Metropolis has
recently spoken strongly in favor of
its payment. The claim is an abso-
lutely just one. and I do not think
Florida can afford to continue further
in refusing to pay Colonel Wailes for
his great work. which resulted in
Florida securing an immense amount
of money that would have been lost
but for his persistent efforts."
A great many people of Florida,
who are familiar with this claim are
in entire sympathy and agreement
with Judge Raney in his statement of
the case.
The late General Robert Bullock of
this city. who perhaps was more fa-
miliar with the case than anyone else.
was persistent in the statement that
it was a just claim and in its settle-
ment. according to the stipulations
made in the contract with Colonel
Wailes. the state's integrity was at
stake.

THE NEW EDITOR OF THE TIMES-
UNION

The Times-Union is to be congrat-
ulated in its good judgment in the re-


this he is a political derelict, ignored
and forgotten by the powers and
forces that rule the land. Messrs.
Hearst and Graves. if they had been
content to give their best support.
freely and gladly, without murmur or
dissatisfaction, would have met with
their reward in time: but acting as
they have. they have thrown away
forever their chances of any real
prominence.-Chester (S. C.) Report-


NEGROES AGAINST TAFT


A serious and earnest effort will be
made by leading negro men to organ-
ize and vote as many of their race in
New York. New Jersey. Connecticut.
West Virginia. Ohio, Indiana. Illinois.
Iowa and Missouri as possible against
the republican national ticket. The
leaders of the movement maintain
that voting for republicans as a habit,
without regard to fair treatment, is
injurious to the negroes as a race.
They holdl that it is to the interest
of the blacks as well as of the coun-
try that there should be a division
Into two parties. What effect the
movement will have on the approach-
ing election is problematical.-Tam-
pa Times.

BRYAN AND KERN

Bryan was determined to have for
a running mate a man whose name
ends with n. His preference was
Johnson. but he is satisfied with


ties have not made full settlement
with the state on account of the taxes
for 1907 and it is less than sixty days
tintit the license t avx u.will hp dm--


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"In I I4 my grandson, a hahP, had
an attack of eozems and after trying
the doctors to t
S extent of heavy
bill.s and an in-
er"aWis >,f tarid .&
0&0.- and '-.::.T-nng;
C I recor-meni!_ 1 i '#-
/' tic'ira ani. iin a flaw
weeks t:I,' -'h:. I Awas
well. H- :-; -dav
a strong man and
a bi o I u t fa
SVS I< from the ciita-
S A fw :.ari a4> [
\contract,- ,!z, lma,
S' / andt b"-1In,- an in-
tense sufferer. A while winter pas.wd
without once having on shio,. my
ankle, and nearly from the kntzs, ro the
toes being covered with vriilent .s:rFs. [
tried practitioners. spd? ogist-4., etc., t) n ) purpos-e. My daughtor-
in-law reminded me of having pre crih,
Cuticura for my grandson morp than.
twenty years ago. I at once procurpd
the Cuticura Rpmedies and found im-
mediate improvement and final curw
till to-day, though wll along in ^
I am as though I had never had thar
dipa.se. I am we*ll known in the vicin-
ity of Loui.iville and Cincinnati. and all
this cold he verified by witnesa.
M. W. L iRI1. -..1 S--vonth St.. Loris.
ville, Ky.. April 23 and May 14, 1907."
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Tho- aaonizinc itch~ng and b-irnin
,if the4 skin. a.4 in pernina; the fri ghtu
scai 'rig. as i~i ~4ra, the loss of o hair
and 'iti of &A in -mcaltod
hoiai: th- :a4-ial disfizurpment, asi in ar--
-all dem-and ude of Pxtraordinary
Tia, j~lrSo)ap. 'Ointment, and Pills
ar-s -uh;m5pr,)von by t.-Aim'-nials
of' v--!n ur r-C wh-n many rpm-
'Pr-d ev.-n v =iri-in.;hav,- failed.
-4- k .eisoft -ns rct ~ o cixr.
Soap 25, '. "-inqp the S Cn. r.l
1.,4.j7 -. <' *P27 h' ,A


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Much comment :: provoked in Eng-
:ind r)-cause Th-o,),I()r I. ha- been
)ffret that famo)ii-, $ per w')ri-
higher raras than pait. rh- b n.st, lit-
orary workman. Henry .Jame. But aa
ihe Louisville Courier-Journal so apt-
y remarks: "Fancy paying Henry
James $1 a word for a story of a lioa-.
hunt. and forcing the reader to pore "
)ver $S751) worth of copy ani then
guess whether the lion was hit or


m I s<
Th, license tax for the year begin- "i .
ning October 1st will amount to some- Capt. D. C. Purse. a prominent cit-
thing like $400.000. It will be seen. izen of Savannah. well known in Flo i:-. -
tnerefore. that there is no occasion ida becaUse of his connection with the --.-
for alarm, even if the state is a little industrial development of both Geor-
short just now. At this particular gia and Florida. committed suicide ",'
season of the year we are all a little Friday, and since which time a neph- -.
short, but those who have full col- ew of his has attempted death at h :
elections in direct prospect are los- own hands. Business troubles au- -
ing no sleep over the present reduc.,l ppo be the cause. Nothing .
t ~supposed to be the cause. Nothing b -:
size of their bank accounts.-Stark- more calculated to make one take his ,
Telegraph. own life than business worries after '

Adjutant General ('orbett has writ- he has passed the buoyancy of youth. .
ten that he has letters in his posses- Heavy and timely rains have saved -
sion from a number of gentlemen and the big corn crop of Nebraska. The "---
business firms in Tampa saying that yield is now estimated at :.04).f0).000 if
the military companies of that city 'e if ml l.o d w.
!)usaipls. F'ifV million dtollers were
were made up of men without moral sa ,e by a singI' night's downpour. .
or !uisness standing. Mr. R. F. Bet- The wheat crop had already been safe -.
tis, a citizen of Tampa. threatens thev harvested. The farm-s in
adjutant general with a civil suit for "sk r h.. T ha7v
, lbraskai are hapwv. They have good A
damages unless he retracts what he! IaAY h y. g
:crops and a presidential nominee they x
has said. We should think that the cir-care learning more ani more to love. -
, ; are learning more and more to love. ,
izens of Tampa who have given the 7
adjutant general his information! Jose Savailero. who several wee s
ought to be the one Mr. Bettis should i ago wrote a "black han l" leter to a
go in search of. prominent Tampa citizen, has bees : "
-, I' ~ sentenced to five years in the peni- .-.
The Tampa Evening News has ss- tentiary. [It was at first thought that
poended publication. It was oneofc, i.
pende publication. It was one of Savadero was a member of an organ-
our brightest publications, and when ized body of blackmailers, but all the
it reached this sanctum the scissors evidence shows that he was playing
a^LA 1n ruimn; to ie et aw ta


we-!e cwavy iu readiness tO give it a
generous welcome. The stock of the
News was held mostly hv tho Trihin-


a "lone hand" game.
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TWO AEMARKABL



CURES OF ECZEMA

Over Twenty-three Years Ago Baby
had Severe Attack-Years Later
Grandfather Suffered Torments
with the Disease-Virulent Sores
Developed from Knees to Toes.


BOTH OWE COMPLETE
RECOVERY TO CUTICURA


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FIWRWlA AT AM ROUCIUD AOVDRIING PAYS
I
Ff6@M ON rg s dCut Down 4 1-2; A committee of advertisers In Ok-
Cnt aia jlahoma City, who had been selected

The New York Produce News saJto act as judges in an advertisement-
that the news that the intei state com- writing contest, recently awarded the
mere commission had ordered a sub- first prize to the following Ingenious
stantial reduction in the freight rates advertisement In a local newspaper:
on oranges and pineapples shipped all WANTED-Young man in jail wants
rail from Florida was received with out: suggestions solicited that
rail from lorida was received with might result in immediate release;
a good deal of pleasure by receivers wants poet's address that wrote
he~re The order for the reduction wants poet's address that wrote>
here. The order for the reduction "Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make
was the result of the complaint filed Nor Iron Bars a Cage." Address
by the Florida Fruit & Vegetable- o n br C u a .
Shippers' Protective Association ear- I John L Silber. Kay County Jail.
ly in the year In this complaint the Newkirk. Oklahoma.
association alleged that the rates on The award of the prive occasioned
Florida oranges to the eastern mar- some sensation and letters began
Florida oranges to the eastern mar- pouring in both to the prisoner and tol
kets were excessive and did not allow the newspaper from people all over
of competition with the California the state wanting to know on what
fruit which was hauled a much long- charge the prisoner was confined and
er distance at a rate which was rela- whether it was possible to secure his
tively lower. The interstate cr-whether it was possible to secure his;
tivelyc lower. The interstate com-liberty. The newspaper itself took
mere commission, in its decision p the case. attorney erei
which was handed down at Washing- to draw up "titions for his pardo.
ton last Monday held that rates O and an investw up nations for his a iado'
oranges from Florida to New York. iscanlo a investiation wiat Sich wa- mais
Baltimnore. P iladelphia and other a lllro.abiliThe fte thatiei of a jir inal
p-ints were excessive, and the Atlan- ro
,- ,. orrojr.
tic Coast Line. Pennsylvania. Balti- Silber. as th- facts transi:.l, i
more & Ohio and other roads wert. slg man son twefnts vnar 0!
ordered to reduce them September 25. ageyoun man ompa tw-n y a sitchan. ofH;
The commission held that the rates -iesir(- to try his fortune in th w,.s:.
from Florida shipping points to the and being a member of the Trainnien'
basing points in Florida. which are Union. which gave him Lransportation
Jacksonville and Gainesville. were not to all points he left his home in Bf-
excessive, but ordered that after Sep- falo. N. Y.. and went to Oklahoma in'
tember 15 the maximum rate for hul- the spring of 1917. He stopped off at
ing oranges to New Yorw would be Newkirk ad was looking over the
46c.; to Baltimore, 43c.: to Philadel- t, n y
town. when he was accosted by their
phia. 44c.: to Boston. 51c. This is aI town marshal, who demanded to know
reduction of 4 1-2 cents a box on ship- what r
I what he was doing there. Silber. re-
mnents to the first three cities and 9 i ,
sentintg th- question, replie*t that it
cents on shipments to Boston. The was none of the marshals isines.
. . i "^ was^ none of the marshal' s b sines .
commission further held that the rail Th. official, enrazed at this affront.
and water rates were not excessive. f-llowel Silbr-r for ::,.T o the d ay
This reduction applies to carlot and finlv cofnt hi: j:st as h
'* ^01.^1 3id finnsll contrc-ntoc! h:. j:;t as h
shipments exclusively and receivers h t
Was cro.ssill.- !hp railro-..,! tr are: n ta r
say that it will not make a grat deal the switch-ii ht. which h.lpnhi )t
of difference, although they wvelcomet i.o t+ltirnin<.
the reduction. About 35 per cent. t(f Si!e- "-as at onrf arrest,! o:- rh .
the Florida oranges and pineapple. | charge .) blowin, i .,.t,
are shipped all rail. the balance eco-i- light. Altr ,"-n )n i,: ^,o. -
ing by rail and water. A differential n ( i a aia-
ra- of 15 1-" cents applie.- bitweenll n.
in hk. "p~a l l', ,i a-


the all rail and water shii)ment-. Tiis
mak.s water shipments :. cp'nts from
Jack.sonville. The Cly!de linp and the
Savannah line have had this rate in
effect and receivers hirp say that
they will. of course, meet the rediuc-
tion offered by the commission rather
than lose any of the business. There
is no question in the minds of the re-
ceivers but what the water rate is
higher than it should be. Orange box-
es take up very little space and 35,
cents from Jacksonville is all the traf-
fic will stand. Oranges are brought
here from Porto Rico. which is fur-
ther than Florida. at a rate of 26 1-4
cents a box and there seems no rea-
on why Florida should not get as
good, if not a better. rate.
The commission also ordered that
rates on vegetables in crats be re-
duced. The present rail and water
rates on vegetables from Florida base
points to northwestern cities were
found to be excessive and ordered
reduced. The question as to whether
twer carload rates should be estab-
lished upon vegetables to the eastern
markets was left unsettled. Vegetable
rates from Florida to points north of
the Ohio river as well as on oranges
and pineapples to these points were
declared to be reasonable and no re-
duction ordered.
The commission also decided that
the minimum carlot weight on straw-
berries from Starke and Lawtey. Fla.,
to New York City and other points
taking the New York rate should bo
reduced from the 200 crates a car to
175. and that the rate should not ex-
ceed $1.80 per crate, including refrig-
eration. The refrigeration charges on
fruits and vegetables from Florida the
commission decided were not exces-
sive.


AND THE


Not very long ago a Missouri edi-
tor was punished for contempt by the
...._ -- mr 9 t ehisaAttA He WAs


th. !:S! ~'.. n~ ~nto tii- u u u-
Tiet !wen 's'.:.-er xvit .4 i-,1t) treial.r


.. ATHE GOVERNOR WRATHY IT MAY K THE *WRIT TRW
FLORIDA'S NEXT ORANGE CROP
FLORD NEXT ORA GEROGovernor Broward was in Jackson- An Interesting S arm Plant t
iville Saturday, and in an interview Given the Mayor. of Tampa
y~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ^ i.^wt ? A .- w/ kr with a reporter of the Jacksonville
Fruit of Better Quality.0 Yield Estimated at 3,000,000 Boxes. ith a reporter of the Jacksonville
'Metropolis. fired the following broad.; Visitors to Mayor Wingp's og&
side at the Tampa Tribune: I during the past few days have b--
Sside at"Following its usual custom of misn- interested in a very curious marti
The New Yark Produce News says ly. He says that last year the major- "Followrepresenting andits usual custom of msn.growth which occupies a promimt
that already considerable interest is ity of the crop was of the June bloom representing and visions the Tampa on sition on the upper ledge of e
being manifested in the coming Flor- while this year it is of the April Morning Tribune, from which I neith- mayor's desk. The thing is a curioa-
ida orange crop. As a general rule bloom. This he says, insures earlier'er expect nor desire fair treatment, ity in its way, having a base of ftle
the first of November sees the initial and better fruit. Mr. Croft says that has recently used considerable space coral, covering a space about equal
shipments of fruit from that state, al- thibugh the southern part of the in referring to the actions of a man to a square foot. On one side of thW
though usually very little of it that state, particularly in the Manatee sec- named McLaln. or McLean. who, while growth of coral are attached two spec-
comes out at that time is really fit for tion, the crop will be short. Around ens of sheep's wool sponge, w
consumption. Last year the fruit suf- Winter Garden, where he has his on a rrestedrain, an party in onbe countoxi ihaens own tof sheep's wool sponge, wmot
cIearetd atyi necut has grown to the rock. Bvit the most
feared from a prolonged drouth, which grove, there will not be as many or- for some alleged offense and took him curious thing about the object is a
prevented th,- proper maturity of the anges as 1ast year, although the qual- to Hillsborough county to have him tree-like growth which shoots uip from
oranges and made practically all of ity will be much better. He says i the center of the coral hasp to a
Incarcerated. The arrested party th center of th* coral bas, to a
them very poor quality. As a conse- that where the increase will comeI not .of course, be jailed in Hills- height of about 1" inches. This ob-
!couldnoofcusb alkinHl-
quence prices were low throughout from is in the new groves that are borough county for an offense alleged ject is a marine plant. with a trunk
the season. andl all those who dabbled just coming into bearing in the north-; have been committed in another like a tree. symmerrica! in its pro-
in the crop lost money. Indications ern part of the state in the section portions and with ni:,-,),i, branch,
are. however. that this season will tell between Winter Garden and Jackson-i "T d reaching in every lirpptin Th- plant
cr. I) The Tribune, displaying the usual; reachin in e'er direction Thn plant
a different The crop roiss ii. Oranges in this section. he lack of information. declares that this ,is black an-t looks li1e a "r,! 'hat
to i)e not, so i:rge )'.t of better qual- says. are always ot better keeping hadbeen lblast-ki by sns i- .)i )
man McLain was a state detectivesihd ; een bla-Tl l); ^->ni)us
it v. quality than those grown on the ham- exhaatin
and heaps coals of fire upon my lon~g- ehalation.
G. R. Croft ,f W\inter (,ardein wa. mock lanls. pi hbranch, ar,- vIr long ana
lm the market z ii.. week. Mr. Croft M:'. Croft says that aro)uni W inter suffering head because i appointed The branches ar. ver on-
him to th- position. I have known reach upwar-i and ouiwar., rh4a
is a buyer a:- well as a Zrowcr of Gar.len is one of the grearo.st (.scum- !d o uwnti thpov touch th br ahn e n
Sn only a tew people by the name given. roop until the touch th cor ase.
Oranges an ha. an have never appointed such a man reminding one of the mythical *'spirit
m.;nsr of the orange growing sections Ithe shipments trom that station alone re" f the Plnias. which accord-
~~~a-; a state detective. The only man' ree of the Poi>Tie,.a.win co
of the state. He is here to make ar- last season amounted to over ,. a> a state detective. The only man s to the olynis rhi-hraord
matsaeH hrketn a rteemployed in this capacity is Charles i ing to tradition, grows somniewhere in
rangements for the marketing of his packages. There are about 15,o acres t. r the interior of the larger islan.s. This
. . . _. .. Eaton, and he is enough for the en- re^ ioo t agriinb.lni
fruit for next season, and is making in cucumbers. The land there is very tire state i am glad. how er, that tree has a series of branches, cover-
tire state, I am glad. how7,ver. that t*ree has* a series of branches, cover-
his hcadquart#'rs with the E. B. Brack- rich and produces three crops annu- t g ed with flowers, which invite the
,. ,,. T, the incident gave the Tribune an op- ell with flowrs, which invite the
ett Co. When asked his opinion on ally. The growers first put in lettuce, th i t travelers' admiration and as the un-
S.portunity of continuing its campaign travelers admiraton. and as te un-
the crop conditions in the state. Mr. follow with cucumbers and then turn of misrepresentation against me, for wary victim approaches they are dis-
I ,. of misrepresentation against me, for wary victim approaches they are dis-
Croft said h-- believed that the early the land over to hay. He says that such misrepresentations seem to be covered to be tentacles which reach
I ,, ,....such, misrepresentations seem to be covered to be tentacles which reach
reports of a 4.0)00.,i)0 box crop would Florida growers are realizing more
i Z5 the principal stock in trade of this downward and draw him into their hor-
have to be revised. He has observed than ever the advantage of irrigating. ri} ra On th ah m
, .* ,* corporation newspaper. Statements rible grasp. Once thus caught, me
conditions very carefully and it is having learned sad lessons in the last pbihido ew are stt asr rib- man haspvr sanpe the crushing
published about me are just as relia- man has ever escaped the crushing
his belief thai the combined citrus two years of drouth and that quite ble as the general run of news in that power of those alleged horrible
I ble as the general run of news in that power of those alleged horrible
crop) of the rate will not exceed ',- a number of paints are being put up paper." freaks of nature, say the natives.
,),o.)**i0i boxes. He says, however, the in the different sections which he vis- The onlooker. familiar with the tale.
,. . * Tr ^ r i, .1. ** -ii The Metropolis reporter says that n o io e.lm ar iateti?
conditions this season have been far ited. He believes that th- time will The governor was asked for a state- o f this mythical tree cannot help
'moor tav At j s abot h r r tment on the subject of calling an ex- wondering if the plant, which once
yenor. At jisz about the proper time will not be able to so seriously affect
I tra session of the legislature, but was grew on a coral reef at the bottom of
:'71 came..' .ch has h.-l4el material- th, crops as it has done in the past. non-committal on the subject. He the gulf anl now ornaments the desk
...i ......."l_ iistatedl that all matters pertaining to of the mayor of Tampa. is some min-
THAT EXTRA SESSION A CORKING TIME plan for colonizing and growing ature of a marine monstrosity with
sugar cane on :3.1,)00 acres of land in habits like those of the "spirit tree.'
,..: w.ll cal an extra 1 Written for the Ocala Paner.) theh Everglades was progressing in a The curiosity was presented to
,t ih-'isature"** The gov- Oh. i've hai a perfectly corking tinme. manner most satisfactory. anid it is Mayor Wing by Chairman James Etz-
zio: wii ::,r call an -xtr.a session." And I think I h lave d on the thing up probable that further interesting de- ler of tb,? police committee.-Tampa
.<,v -. ie.v..,.i,'r* of the 'tate. prime: velopments may be given out for pub- Times.
M'Ian,.vh:1'- .e governor is sitting I've bottled ; ti )usine.s snug and location shortly. MTE E OD
tiht ,r y..-i:.. cie saidle an.l saying tight: From the way Governor Broward A ETEOREXPLODED
.,.hin. I've bottle roseritv out of sight: as his resPects to the Tampa Trib- ,,__ .


or by ib- prosecuting ati)rn: who .. sas the extra ses- Ive
saysas tho extra sea- I've
had been engaged on the case. bVy lle because the I
;sion ough:i t,) it, called. because thel
judge of thb- district court before in th geral fun is about I've
whom the case was tried and by the xhauste.l an., there are dollars in
county sheriff. The absurdity of lioher funds that only th legislature I've
charge became apparent when it was elf c transfer to the general I ve


shown that the switch-light which. Sil-
ber had been accused of blowing out
was within a hundred feet of the de-
pot. and that it was broad daylight
when the crime was alleg-d to have
been committed.
The petition was conveyed to the
governor by Senator Roy E. Stafford
of Oklahoma City. and a pardon was
granted almost immediately.
Silber proved to be a man of exem-
plary habits and with a good record.
which he could have established on
the occasion of the trial but for h4s
reluctance to communicate with his
friends.-Harpers" Weekly.

MAKING SUGAR CANE IN THE EV-
ERGLADES

A late special from Miami says:
"While the operations are small to
what they will be a little later in the
Everglades Sugar & Land Company.
which proposes gigantic developments
ot 'glade land in this part of the coun-


fund.
The governor says not a word.
T. J. Appleyard says there will be
no extra session, because if one is
held the senate wil be compelled to
pass upon th? appointment of W. H.
Milton as United States senator, and
T. J. opines that no extra session will
be held.
Meanwhile the governor is not
talking, but Appleyard seems to be in
the majority.-Miami News-Record.


E. ALEXANDER FOR


THE


SPEAKERSHIP

If popularity Is any test as to whom
should be speaker of the next house.
J. E. Alexander of Volusia iF the man.
He was the only one elected in the first
primary as one of the senatorial dele-
gates to Denver. He was also the
only one of five candidates in Volusia
county as member of the next legis-
lature elected in the same primary.
Mr. Alexander is eminently qualified


ty. is now working one htindred men to fill the responsible place. He is
in the vicinity of Fort Lauderdale in well posted in parliamentary tactics.
preparation to plant and cultivate a of realy perception and affluent in all
large experimental crop of sugar th, usages pertaining to deliberative
cane. assemblages. The selection of Mr.
"The operations at present consist Alexander as speaker of the lower
mainly in ditching and diking, and in house in the next legislature will add
a general way preparing the land for to the brilliant galaxy of former
planting. The work is under the di- speakers, a Dougherty. a Jennings
reaction of John Bryan. and it is be- and a Gilchrist among them.-DeLand
ing rushed as rapidly as possible. News.
"Later the force will be increased
and by early fall it is intended to There does not seem to be much


have the most of the projects under
way which this company will under-
take in the culture of cane for sugar


animation thrown into the political
debates up to the present moment on
the part of any of the candidates.


I've

And
I've


B- -. .,: -- .1. '..
bottled the courts as far as I
could:
bottled employers for their own
good;
bottled up labor of ev'ry grade;
bottled contentment andi bottled
trade:
bottled the land of the erstwhile
free:
if [ bad time I'd bottle the sea,
bottled all wealth-for wealth is
a crime-


Oh. I've had a perfectly corking time.
THE BOTTLE IMP.

AS YOU SEE IT

"Business poor," said the beggar.
Said the undertaker, "It's dead."
"Falling off," said the riding-school


Tho


teacher.
drHnurit-"Oh vial h said


une he would no doubt like to live in
a state where there are no newspa-
pers. yet notwithstanding which the
newspapers have been most kind to
him. and ir is to them he is largely
indebted for the reputation he en-
joys. . .w" "-* k

BOY INVENTS AN AIRSHIP

Inventors of aeroplanes, airships
and flying machines will have to
reckon with a serious competitor in
Willie Holt, of 1644 St Mary's aven-
ue, Brooklyn.
Willie is 17 years old. He lives
with his father, mother and five lit-
tle brothers, all of whom are inclined
mechanically. His father is a first
class mechanic, and Willie takes after
his "dad." He got his father to build
him a workshop, and with the help of


L al t me.. sa. the. a-.. his little brothers started to build a
"It's all write with me." said the au- flying machine.
thor. flying machine.
"Picking up." said the man on the He got his brother to let him have
dump. a small alcohol engine that was used
"My business is sound quoth the to run a toy stone crusher, and, tak-
"My business is sound." quoth the -
bandsman. ing some tin, sticks of wood, and fans,
Said the athlete. "I'm kept on the he commenced to build his machine.
Said the athlete. "I'm kept on the ,, .
jump." For many weeks he worked. AU the
The butler declared it was "corking." disappointments of an !n-ntor were
The parson-"It's good." said he. his. Sleepless nights and anxious
"I'll make both ends meat." said the days he spent, until at last, yester-
butcher. day afternoon, Willie determined to
The tailor replied. "It suits me." give his machine a trial He took it
out into the back yard. placed the
A dollar contributed to the demo- body of the machine on a box. and
critic campaign fund by every emo-with the rest of the family watching
cratic campaign fund by every demo-
, .' .. from the windows, started it going.
crat in Florida able to separate him- from the windows, started it going.
f t n w b a With a whirr the machine was off.
self from that amount would be an
evidence of enthusiasm. Send along Willie, amazed at his success, stood
your dollars, tainted or otherwise, to speechless, the spectators applauded,
this office and the same will be for-and all of a sudden something hap-
pened.
warded to headquarters and no ques- pened.
tions asked. Willie had neglected to straighten
the rudder of the machine, and, rising
John D. Rockefeller has sent his from the box to the height of the
check for one thousand dollars to the boy's head, the airship made a turn
S -* ,2U_ -


iie st. Ajugustine jcecord says Lnat
Mr. Robert WV. Oliver, at Colee. clears
up the dispute as to where the big me-
teor fell some evenings ago. Mr. Oli-
ver. with, his wife and another person,
was sitting on the front porch of their
Some, which faces the St. Johns river,
,and saw the meteor very clearly &U4
at close range. Mr. Oliver ,tales thata
it did not fall to the earth, but ex-
ploded when about one mile above the
surface of the St Johns river.
He estimates that it was but a few
hundred yards distant from his houm
to the west. "The light was so bril-
liant," continued Mr. Oliver. "that a
pin could have been distinguished
plainly. The explosion was terrier,
being louder than the detonation of a
cannon of large size." Mr. Oliver ad-
mits that he and his companions wer
somewhat startled and frightened ad


Jumped from their chairs, expecting
the fiery missile to drop in the frost
yard.

EXAMINATION OF T.ACHERG

The regular uniform state examine
tion for teachers will be held in ocaft
commencing on Tuesday at 9 o'clock,
on September 8, 1908.
All white applicants will meet I1
the Ocala High School building and
colored applicants will meet in How-
ard Academy building.
Each teacher will supply his or be
self with pen, ink and either legal a
fools-cap paper.
One dollar will be charged, accord-
ing to law. each applicant, to defray
the expenses of the examination.
W. D. CARN,
8-7-tf Supt. Pub. Instruction.

While the Florida shippers did naot
get everything they asked for in the
recent case placed before the inter-
state commerce commission, they se-
cured some concessions which will
be of material assistance in profitably
marketing the coming fall and winter


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I AWLDaCE ^_F wU. HON. J. N. C. STOCKTON'S rE
E a Po ny p56 s Wa TW= AmAeian Saved im Pride andl i y W Nu mi Town
Iiag Smraa. Ohaervod Ra aai Etiqvette. ; Tables Turned on 1u"a
Inhi emir ~wagi o Is~F~drunsbt ~ ULATEST REFORw)"dS abe endo
e Cole4enator ftrom Call. The Yankee and the Russilan story Is I The ver ge rfoot
S in h memo w tthe afain on Its grand rounds, but as ll ad. He simply lacks ranch e
SM p expes" reached Sacr- attempts to name the original Yankeei, ene. An iu e
40=k WI. Aogbefore the grttas have failed, si.* Landon) 3L A. P...
St t.- Lodo. A. The Defeated Candidate for Governor Talks About Hearst, year ago. o ay a je
ta il was surveyed: It Is safe to pin the anecdote to any
tme w n there to witness it prominent Amerkican who may have LaFollette and National Politics. then and puk up at tha
U fewt the arrival of the visited St. PeteratB ______ from the tin ad Sptuil
Ot of S eepres e s meineger at The Russian has been identified as tie adobe hotel at Bernal Srlg.
-i- ***I--- It w= anO occasion of tbe Grand Duke Constantine, younger tenderfoot walked up to
a eInd bigand brother f the C(ar Alexander L. and regard to a recent article in republic life for the emol:rnts offer ed for a bottle of soda
public lifenforheigmandrbrotthofer-: (w Czarforaxanttee of aod
Nf eo and yong, turned out to the incident occurred about 1810. Metropois headed, John Stockton ed-he should have a higher pur- an' allowed to driK a
10the -ftL AU businew for the time The Yankee went out for a walk I Makes Comment," I wish to say that pose. tuff out here." said a tghy.
Wa d e Even the courts ad- Mlarhb. when the enow was melting That. Tribute to G-aves ou want is a stiff drink o' red i
Mmedfor the event A large num- after sudden rain. The street was a the same practically expresses my am quote as saying tat the coun- Mr. Brkeepr. t out the pso
her of the cifte of all classes. grave maze of puddles, divided into sections opinion on the matters referred to. try would be better off by having men this young feller." haerthe
d gay. mounted on fast horses, rode by narrow ledg(i of snow at the cross- s till calculated to of he John Temple Grves type in l r 1be tuff rt
mt me miles on the line to meet the Ings. over which pedestrians carefully oi t T r in 1 e red th t r
.A wonder. felt their way. bring criticism from tho-e h0 "Tbewaiting was not long. The lit- The Yankee was just in the middle agree with me. In the first place, I been quoted as saying tha; Mr. Graves tu trime my choe ,f1 liquid."
UPnwas to be commended for !he stand 'rji myetn ehfoot ra.' te glassd
t tter upon his blooded charger, un- of such a snow bridge when he recog- do not wish be put in the attitude wahe took be commenlly and fo'r thev speak- iT;ed ow the wikv Sandy
4Br whip and spur, came down upon nIzed the Grand Duke Constantine ap- 'he took in boldly and fo-.--:1dy
tm like a meteor, but made not the preaching in the opposite direction. 01 comparing the exalted and ,lignified ing out against the evi" a- btof I 'w- had i way about it. and he ra
dghtest halt to greet his many visit- The path being too narrow for two office ,of governor with th. question litical parties. f the to roap.Thed tederfo
a Then began a race of all that persons to pass. the grand duke being of dollars. I lo not know who quoted I may be further misund-rstool in iof the stroangr e. Td te er
"for a ranch down the IPecos the
itIng throng over the stretch back accustomed to every one getting out of me. as I have talked f frequently and regard to my statements as to La- dy ater the inidet in the s
t the city, the like of which has never bis way, the Yank, being too courte- e Folltt and Cummin. 1 liev
bM seen. It may have been rivaled ous to turn his back on a brother of frankly with my friends, and have Follt and Cummins. lie that : e was footteu u nti l one
hi qpeed and confusion by some of the the czar to return whence he came -alt1d time and time again mhat trom men of this type would organize and nova more th:;u a year aftcrwa
mvalry disaster during the war that and too proud to step servilely Into the a business standpoint I was a great make successful a new party. There strong, healthy looting young
piaently followed, t the peaceful slush for a mere prince of the royal deal better off by not being elected is no man in the country that either rode up to the !,otel on a bro
people of Sacramento, I am sure, never blood--such was the contretemps, i governor than I would hav1 been had loves or admires W. .1. Bryan more dropped the bridle rtins upon
beeld anything of the kind before or | Quick as a flash our American 11 been elected to that hig. office. It than 1 do. He is not oiily a grand griud and dismounted. e ha
faewart whipped out his purse, presented it to has often been thrown up to me that man, but he is a brave :md fearle'ss apoa ce of a typical yo::g b e
em l M some waving banners and "Even." replied the astonished I have been worth a great deal representative of the and his es'c!eariSnd penetrating.
"Tewll cvladalmn in aFd Contanin andT ased "Even^1^ or*; oE^d?"
--a- f e pcof money had I not taken an inter- would make an idial j.:'e.nidont, l flo a debt whi-h .1 believe
beahe~edridngat the top of their Prince.
weed, dashing down J street, might "You win:" said the Yankee and est in public affairs, and to this taunt shall earnestly support himn. and hope pay rght now." the stranger sa
have been taken, had It occurred on stepped off into a puddle half a leg I have always replied that I have that he will be elected. W< must re- No sooner had he made the rE
Uw plain, for a band of wild Co- deep. nothing to complain of as to the suc- adize. however, that the ,mocratic than he walked off in the direct
ma ne, but the little mail carrier Constantine, highly pleased by this cess I have made in a business way. party, if it would progress. has t be-Sandy who had his gn I hi
paid no attention to them and kept In peculiarly American proceeding, men- On the other hand, I am convinced come united. b end and was firing Th stotge
hdl.*-" tioned it to the czar, and our Yankee that if I would use the methods of range
was invited to dine at the palace next ; tt e hto yknol Self-Sacrifice Neeeded prched Sandy. pulled his gu
da sstem hat come to knowunceremoniously dragged the bul
AIWMvCE INT IN. dy edge, in the study of political econ- The party should expel -very lad- to the saloon and let him in that
0.. M.NW Fel .Fon t Pri of HE LACKED TACT. omy and existing conditions, there Pr who is not willing to sacrifice ion up to the bar. "Get me a r
s Pwir of home. ;would be no doubt of my ':-ing able himself to the extent of contending water and set it upo the floor
Son years ao a man who had Bad Breaks of the Man Who Was to accumulate large sums of money, against the vwrongs of society anl said to the barkeeper.
tiard In business in Tasmania found Trying to Sell Spectacles. even in this part of the country, special interests. Even if we coul ter w i
at h coid ot met i~ ngag- "he eanet jb o my eanday,"stand~ing there meekly, wondering
ht be couMl not meet his enng- "'The meanest job of my lean days," where money is not so plentiful as it accomplish this, the dn.ocratic party was going to happen to him.
Umts and was compelled to call a said a millionaire. "was spectacle ped- is in the great money centers, is confronted with thi, preju(lices get down on the floor and drink
inCtg of his creditors, dling. I still see the sad and scornful An old Grecian philosopher was growing out of :he civil war. There- out of that pan like a dog." the f
Among his asets were a number of looks, I still hear the reproachful oaths, once told that owing to his poverty fore it is hard to make accessiont tenderfoot ordered. Sandy at fir
SemMt Birecboff tin mine shares, which that work brought down on me. 'he was not capable of advising the 'from the ol(i-timne republicans. It is fused, but when the stranger
Vw h wre regarded as worthless. It "It was at the seashore. I had a;people as to what was best for them. the same with the republican, party- twirling his gun around on his f
V the grttin mine discovered in case of spectacles for every age from
21mania, anrd the output was not as forty-five up. I paced the beach and He replied to the business man of that they cannot make accessions in the ge and said the order must be
heavy as the prospectus declared it the board walk. time: "*If I used my philosophy in south, for practically the same tea- dh c o e floor and began
would be. "Once I walked up to a lady and trying to make a fortune I could do son. Men like LaFollette and Camn ing dat;r out ofthepan.-Denver
The shares dropped in value, and gentleman seated close together on the so in a few months, while it has ta- rnins could make a lew v, party suc- and .Farm.
when the debtor offered them to his sand. ken you a lif tin.. to do it. notwith- cessful where mnen like Hearst and
wedtt!n the latter refused to touch "'Sir and madam,' I said, 'would standing you! business capacity, and Graves could not. because the leading WATR
tm these interest you?., The best and I will prove this to you i)y accumu- spirits of the independence pary. WTEL .
Ai m- -d-to-_ was a poor cheapest brand of old age spectacleslaiga
S o ad led the man on the make This pair would a foune i six months" those wh torce an io Th c t
with a pair of shoes. He offered to your size. sir-forty-nine years. Lady.! Conscience-Stricken the movement, are Hearsts closest Battlkfield.
ke the shares in payment of his will you try these fifty-four year ones?' business allies and legal advisers. La- One of the most striking featu
No one raised any objection. "They reddened, and the man told me. He selected a crop that took the Follette is known as republican, but a visit to the battlefield of Wa
: i he took the shares, Baying, "They with an oath, to move on. I remeai-, least to monopolize, and in one sea- his acts as governor ot" Wisconsin today is the immutability of the
may turn out well some dy/." bred as I moved that he had been 'son. by controlling it, he made more 'and his speeches in the Uniteed States scene in which one of the greatest
Fnve yema later, under proper man- holding her hand. A seaside flirtation, money than this up to date business senate prove him to be one of the ties of hintoe ay year pta t
t te mine developed into a Of course they hadn't liked their man had succeeded in accumulating best democrats that has ever been in standing the many ya tt
aiable inqperty. It was a veritable thoughts brought down from love to in a lifetime. However, feeling that either position. Governor Cummins pase since the memorable d
in o tin, and sthkares sprang old age spectacles. Jun e IS 1 t e scene
to an a tiinhing point. "On the board walk I accosted a Ihe had wronged the people, he paid of Iowa is an executive leader of pub- battle remains practically unch
veattaally the metal w corneredd pretty girl leading an old man by the ithe profits back into the treasury, lie sentiment who has been a thorough and untouched, and the very bul
hy a Preach syadicate, and, the shares arm. !so they could be distributed to the democrat in his desire to better the around which the tide of battle s
F -mcitag a fabulous price, the onca "' "Would your grandpa be interested |people, condition of the state. Now, if these the fiercest, save for the necessa;
Stiatd out and real- in these, mlu?' I said. *Beet glass,i Men contending for the right will two men should undertake to lead the torations of the damage they w
k l a fo ..a. warranted, eighty year aele, price'- always be misunderstood, but that is movement that Hearst and Graves in- da .a the confli remfti exa.


21,e ;M...s..selyinvyted.andTeHoilm oago anyttmntthegiol
T moy was wisely invested, ad il him to go, Billy,' said the rl !no reason why they should quit trying augurated at Chicago they would not eof uding or rogs a re
SWe is In the enjoyment of an In- "And as I wentc a hot cor man to do right for humanity. They should have these prejudices to overcome. oi or progress marred
esm.o setveral thouuand a year de- chuckled:tgicfe.
shevd from the payMwent for a pair of 'That.' you dub, was Gobsa Golde continue to do the best they can to They could draw heavily from the re- The batteneld of Waterloo
60Mes valued at $&-london Tlegraph and his young bride.' "--Los Angeles advance high ideals and promote the publican party, on account of having open. undulating stretch of good
Times. public welfare, been affiliated with it, and they could ing land. On the day of the bat
beA-sute Obesty.1 The holding of office has no attrac- draw heavily on the democratic par- greater part of It was covered
Tbere ins a member of the faculty ot A Curious Army ToastL tion for me unless it has in it the pos- ty on account of their successful ad- CToS of rye, wheat, barley am]
certain Mdity who, to use the Of all the British regiments the sibility of overcoming some of the ex- vocacy of democratic principles. We nd the same crops are t
sibiityof veromig te ofdemcraic rixcipes.there each season. The field is
w o ta COe'kl "ias rotund Welsh fulleers have the most curious isting evils, and the only gratification cannot have real reform in this coun- ted by two highrods branch
11ys5ay as he is proefond metaphys- army toast. It forms part of the cere coming. fron the holding of office try until the good people of both par- Mont .t. Jean, the one on the
kaell ." anony of the grand dinner given annu- ioigfo h odn fofc r ni h odpol fb
T Oe day the profesor chanced to a o t ad da ftert n grows out of having been able to start ties get together. Reform s only an- leading to Nivelles, while that
gm -- qo hi children, of whom he ner the drum major, accompanied by rand succeed in some constructive im- other name for progress.-J. N. C. left which lay in the center e1
SIMM a number, all of whom were. to his the goat, the mascot of the fusileers Iprovements. No man should enter Stockton, in Jacksonville Metropolis, armies, led south to Genappe,
mlmhmeinnt. -e-agad n an amrnest bedecked with rosettes of red and blue ____________________________________________ th
Ifefou ot the meaning of the wod ribbon, marches around the table, car- -the ridge whch formedthe first
| la ht." ring a plate of leeks. Every officer or F R PO HT t q
"Dad" quered oe of the youngsters, guest who has never eaten one before FLORIDA PHOSPHATES creased the quantity of hard rock and west This road, on apprm
I1a a man be absolutely goodr' i obliged to do so. ending on his shipped has made a steady advance the t where the "on of Wa
obie t.oKr4rgnow stands, ran through a eut
S07o," repaed the father, chair with one foot on the table, while For the past several months the The manufacturers neel the hard est some twelve to fourteen
T put n another y oanfter. the drummers beat a roll behind his phosphate market has been very qui- rock antacd seem to be ableed theo find deep, and It was this point thi
Saa a man be absolutely bad? chair. Hlie is then considered a true rock and seem to be able t att th
i KAl~~~" ~Welsh en All the toasts are coupled et, and practically no sales made. nothing to take its place, known the battle a the
STapa," ventured the third child, a with the name of St David. It is in The manufacturers have been holding A new pebble company has recently eload. nie B yards to the
*. "'can a man be absolutely fat?" much this way that the toast with off. expecting that prices would de- been organized called the Corona east of the "Lionl u the farm
hreupo fater flod Incntntly. highland honors is drunk. Each guest ine, and the miners holding out for Phosphate Company, for the purpose Haye sontehwhlt abod t Hog
-P ildlp i toy.gad ih o efoto l hi ni, ., ..i.i .. thc southwest stands Hongot
r --elpl&iLea .'. stands with one foot on his chair and better prices, rather than let their of mining a very high grade pebble the old chateau, farmhouse, ou

MakN Hu Appeeativ. one on the table, and the pipers, a-pip- product go at the figures offered. It deposit near Plant City. The proper- gs, walled garden and orchard.
A doctor tels ot a note he received gis scarcely consistent that the factor- ty of this company is said to contain played such an Important part
b eft a woman saying that her bhuo No Plae For Dogs. iies will wait indefinitely to cover their 5,0()0,000 tons of such high grade peb- fate of the day. These buldin
bad. who was about to make him a I It impossible in Japan to keep a requirements. This makes it more ble that the promoters are willing to nearly 800 years old and were
| mac call, found constant fault good dog? I have twice had my dogs than likely that sales favorable to guarantee 74 per cent. phosphate, ab- with a view to their defense, as
Sth the dinner she prepared for him disappear in a seemingly miraculous the producer will soon be made. On solute minimum. They confidently stone loopholes stll to be
Mie a-- l--d" t t im nhvlian fr *Id ... ..... t - .. T o. testfy.- Robert rWnw a1 f.2


,EI A DESERT PERIL
I the 7Me Deadly Clear Water of the Deot*
Valley Pocle.
cow- "One of the ('biefr 0.t;ger to travel-
per- e.o in crowig sauclh dreary awl arid
t oc-. wastes as the far famed Iwa*h valley
veral, arises from Ignoran(e as to the char-
king. acter of the Infrequent poslS of water
ghted along tbe route," -id a mining eni-
e lit-' ner of Peuver.
The "The tenderfoot, growing faint un-
and der a blazing sen. wi!l want to ioeorh
pop. his Intolerable thirst when he coune
3rt o' to a shallow ho'e whoq water, clear
What as crystal. seeru absolutely pure. Hele
quor. ran with difficui:;ty lbe raineded from
n for dr:iking it by so::e eeriened com-
' best i pun!on, who knows a .:t noje draft
-and will probably t. -,'*, .: if not
hop' fatal ivlzess. rhis .-a:.r. for a!l it-
mnkr.e y,-e:-ing pir';ty anti d ('v'rne-. is .
w'.th ar-t-ac. and:ul ritia'y a ni:: ha. lok-
i and his life b," its :sc.
Shad Curi+.:iy enough, the de LJ! the dt-sert that is safe t,) drink i. fol
mark looL:;-g and liihalit,.d by -.u I( azid
t left snakes. When you 1 ,one t,, a muddy
nett pool on the surface ff which rls(.ts
ioin. are :isiportirlr thWmslves, h.\vfeer re-
nter- F-.ive it m::y [c. botjh to thet' eye and
ird ;. .:.!:-te. you m:.y n(li:.,k It wl h im-
tiaa i .uiy. despite its Im,.ks. as a man will
nchlo. who is crazy with thirst nr,:dupd lIy
i the the burning sands arad merciless uOn."
Sthe t -Baltimore American.
an of
iand THE PALIADES.
I owe _-- -
1 will Their Counterpart Canrnct Be Found
id. | In All the World.
mark The edge of the world, if such a thing
ion of
on rig I may be, lies hardly a rifle shot away
iegai from one of the centers of the world
L ai- itself-the city of New York.
r and The Palisades, those mighty walls
L aun whereon the annals of the centuries
lly up
fash- are graved-what an edge of the world
an of their lip presents to him who comes.
r." he perhaps at night. to their rough be-.'n
elevation! In no other place other than
Sandy this near proximity to man and one of
,what is greatest cities would d a physical fea-
"Now. ture so profoundly vast and impressive
water be so hidden from the world. Their
former counterpart cannot be found In all the
rt re-i world, and yet the Palisades are almost
began unexploited and unknown to the globe
orefin- circling, sight hunting riublic that year-
obeyed ly tr:ivers(,s the continents or "eas to
d lay gaze at things less wonderful in somre
drink- distant field of nature's miarvelous
Field i achievements. for little does any one
know of these titanic walls who has
merely seen them from the lud1son.
[ Were they somewhere off In a land
comparatively Inaccessible. reached liy
a transcontinental thread oi s',il. the
9 OldJ guidebooks would be rich in their pi<-
tured grandeur and man would roe
res of | far to explore them.--Philip Verrili
iterloo Mighels in Harper's Magazine.
entire
&t bat- 8uperstitions of Stage Folk.
twith- A stock actor is apt to have a
have prejudice against decorating or fixing
ay of up his dressing room. He is certain
of the to get his notice shortly after he puts
hanged his pictures on the wall and otherwtee
idings makes the place comfortable and
surged homelike. Actors and mnnn.pr botb
ry res hav a horror of the witch lines in
uistin 'Macbeth," and they never will allow
tly as them to be spoken, as It means a Ire
.uen Inte lyos bfr"h wle


timent In they playhouse before the twelve-
be hi.- month Is over. Sir Henry Irving was
a firm believer In this supersdtltion.
is an and he would never allow the fatefl
farm- lines to be read when he was playing
tie the the tragedy. I know many plays
I with who fear to have any one pass them
I oats, on a stairway when they are enterNg
grown a theater. There are many actors whe
inter- make the sign of the coss before they
nug at make an entrance.-Chicago Tribune.
? right
on the Wheo They Forgot.
f both "Once, in the rooms of the Fable
Char- society, overlooking the fresh green
est of slopes of the Law Court gardens tn
of the London, I heard George Benaad Shaw
in east express his thoughts about English
aching public schools," said a Chicago editor.
terloo" "He attacked these schools. He said
in the you learned nothing In them. He told
m feet of a young peer to whom a certain
it was master at Eton said:
Follow 'I am ashamed of you, unable to
south- work out so simple a problem! Your
of La younger brother did It correctly an
yards hour ago.'
uamoDt. '" 'I am sorry, sir,' the boy repld,
tbulld- #but you must remember that my
which brother hasn't been at Eton as long as
In the I have.' "-Washington Star.
gs are
built Got Full Weight.
many "Sir," says the agrieved Putimer.
found approaching the bookseller. "I have
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TOM WATSON ON OUR UFEDERAL1THE VNEW y1K SUN STILL AF- THINGS TO EAT IN SUMMER
JUDICIARY j TER THE PRESIDENT I GWIDMON
To preserve the dignity of t Thoese are (layS when meats should! m 10
stat pand the uniformity of de Te New York Sun does not let up be eaten in dainty bits-not great W
states wadthro'-ded tuyo udic=r In its criticisms of President Roose- chunks, or slabs, or roasts, or fries,
,f 1 tat povi tes of the ucl;a-," 4velt. The president's harsh criticism or boils-but little suggestions of the
aft of 1789. that Vie test of the c:-of the appellate court, which revers- great meat world, without flounder- CURE
Stutionalit of a swe law souled Judge Landis"' decision in his im-ing about in it. 3"SA17 WR
frtbe adein thk stat' courts, edIudg iflitn
fi rs made in t i-stt o f (position of that enormous fine against Possibly a .--:ggestion of such dainty PUoNSrIM of T fM -"
the state. whorze law was challenge(!. o -0 or A$Y Y I TO e! T, !s, ,,TE c. %
te sttwo la wa callethe Standard Oil Company gives theI bits might n-t be amiss. Get some mAMANET ,O 4SEAts 4 S.TOW OF ALL x 00
and that if the state courts refused to: -<,ng.n oais e oe ~wS~ihnj~-/T~^w
and tt if the state court refused t Sun th- opportunity to make the fol- boiled ham from your grocer-a nick- .TUfiLMANLISNOTAPAOO 5x .j A o.iA-.
met aside the statute in question a i K;...,, ^ orain 1 S1 GIV IT A TPA AN 544!( YTJ4 AAINIUAL$.^
at aside the satute in question an lowing ob.-ervations. l'. worth !o a person-broil it mod-! "cc 5 CENTS-APcx
appe l mght -w al~n fr n-,thp l- MOU EO ,LPT A TIL AOP $,,,TS 'P ,ANUA .5.
appeal might be ta- n from th, s,'- We 41o not approve of Mr. Roose- ,rat-ly. anti it.T There is a summer i AuCTu 6
preme court ol the state to tho -velt at"ts attacks on the courts. \ ioniat n--a. 0: if -o ,lo" o3)jct to> ACSHAN&STEWAh TP T.A
pTne court of the Unitd Sta,.-.. no: think that Mr. Roo,)se:,-!" char-., box o, .-ai,..,in.-.-get a g-gool on:-----
That m pthoi of ti .sting tl-, o. 1st,'ons r ip"" } im t c iiv
tutonlit of a state1a ha. acrr q.ifie him to clti'iz thl'rnis h 'ith little? lemon, and this PROFESSIONAL CARDS
tutonalit of a stat,- la.a n court- in any way. with a f,.-w .-:: of ripe tomato and
be changed by congr-ss nor by any I He lo not think that th. lbl'.c is ak-,i 'a;, rivals dinne' the W. H. POWERS, M. 0.
amendment to the f+ld-ral cttdi'n t in th l mo, t. ,specially- th pi-IIc ;., tk:,a.r \ill ,dt ,onig't. I
Ptie. It is the law ol th- lnd to^lay, thi- state. to listen with latienc r!o In these ".a:. when a zephyr is a! PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Previous to the civil war, n,) stao,+,'
abuse- of th-, court.,s by cT rupt ad t o ;,yan ti a 7'-:t.trfly- is a landlsctpp. on-
law was ever attacked h^ f^ c>lr'b >Iu~ ini~ an otl'r 1 n11a;?Tl :a ^*A;p0 '--
law as ever attacked in any th dish,,nst politicians. io-n't nepol ;o sit ,ioxn to a :oai+, Office Y3nge Block.
rum nner. In th- campaign of 1'.-,4 Mr. R,)'--,, ; able-with n-,ats. and puildling. an,[ OCALA, . . FLORIDA
Where do th- fedleral juid.-s : et obtaiine, a qua't-r of a million soups, anl salal.s-wh. i Is ouh
district courts get their authorit-y ,, dollar from corpo.ratioIlls rIrshi li the blule !kOPs looal nili. 71 E. W. DAVIS.
emjoin governors and susi-ind the ol;-. Iy Mr E. H. Hari-man fo "r t l;- '- the, winter time when the 'i:is are -
eration of state laws. as th,-y- h.,1-- po,"- o! rra' ii t, \o'Vl rs in t'.:'.howling, and the icic!es are hanginw! ATTORNEY AT LAW
ben doing since the civil" war? hi- o .,at. alt-. ma ants A
o t ril a hi own 'at" I1,00 tho Pav-s, a mai wants a-,ai-i Gary Block.
WVhat line of the review statut--. There n,-.-r %va a gr'os-er ins7; ln.3-111uj iu his eating. but whGn fh G.,i OAary Block.
gives tese lower federal courts of CALr Aj ,n 0!" 'r ha *1, f C * FLORIDA
d e$ ri s lwe oloaic urs .n of political' co-ri{ p.in I n o,,,',!hi .v. y solstice has l)vis--d, hie sighs for the!;
such Jurisdictution Wjustifies thens,, "' It i. ;llad,!,', in xt-nuatio- I .g-ac e of it. R. D. FULLER.
the constitution justifies them? Roo-,,ve '. ac. that ht- nrvor !twa.; : Even all eg or" a lam!b chop speas -
It cannot be found. It does not *x- to carry ',uT hi "-. :arr o; he Tar'ai. i too warm thes,- days. and one natral- DENTIST.
tst. The act of the federal Court- \vher,,ei. ::: t the n, "l l',ks aro,,in for the cottage cheese. --
that have been enjoining slatp ai.-1,,.lcom l.
ththave beannu enlinng stt latd f:- e*, t ull ar,.1 a,.d e':"c( I and even suspect.- there is enough Over Munroe & Chamblrss' Bank
thorities. annulling state laws and a-- of that ile-a i;, mitigation. mat in a doughnut to answer all OCALA, FLORIDA
rogating to themselves the right t- Inioat 1 "Rao* "* in a* doi""rint" to answer all OCALA, FLORIDA
tig to thesel-es the right t \We helit-,e unr-serve.yi" i:% (<-iticisTU practical purposes. T:,e ol-fashion- -
put a veto on state legislation, is noh- of the c,,r-ts. That suJch rit.i.m is, -, i e,.. ing in the world but the ercroaching naura-an, wihlsui o sn s -'rlal snhi. t if the filling
audacity of the corporations. acting o.- rli in uH i. ,^ nnnnKTC
Iity of the corp rtions acting man eve, di.pu' l-. But it niS; ('oni- wre alpropriate to the shortcake DENTIST.
throuh the complicity of tht- jud^. I twor aporpiac to, th+1 sliorteako ^
though the complicity of the. judge, ftom m-n who haie clean handls. Mr.!form. it wotil,i not seem so.
The eleventh amendment to tl' Rof,-,it i. n,. *a ft .r -"n pas. Then. ther- is the Puerto Rican Holder Block.
constit ution has no oth r purpos- .:i a ti i rice i ,eans-h OCALA, FLORIDA
than to protect the states from jnis; tii r- with a ni, slip of
n '!:rt',-r l' .i. b),':^(lt with at n er slip) of
such outrage-ous wrongs av.]l hiu-niiia-, Mr -,'.,v-.', ',,i t :.. !,k. a s 'd a E. P. GUERRANT.
,., ..Mr. 'I--> -"^~ u'm ll dt~ \\.^, 0 ":n !T,)0"k Th-se at, serv-e'l separat'-'l
tions as thev ha vy l)-4-fn sult)jected to1. ", I ..a,, Ths. a. theve ml idint- [-
S"] .i'. :'. .' "<' *-.*..,.-: c.( .- at, ,, ,It ., t ht. tai,1-. ,:it, tho, ro nm ixed in t'e
by corporation atrn-y. ri.! i : T VETERINARY SURGEON
y cor oration a ;, n -y. p. i,! n !. .i 'l i .. ,".'. ... .. z :, i .';" ., ,',- .... "h ,;i' r. N o P:il rto Rican
judges, during ;h, las- thirty or to hi n:: r,..-..i, .,. ,.: . os -
"- 1 n- r . '*.. : .: ] i' , .( n -:: i : . ; , ; i l.; ( ) 1 1 : *q l i ln c + s s + r v e d )O p
yea- Opposite Banner Officp
Ifyears - a .., -.-u . -, .).- W! v !-* ,o t o na. i ;,. i Th'. The i- OCALA - FLORIDA
Ai t*e a'.- :: -.- tr.s r o -. T t. r iT tll ( lls
stit utional w :-. caniriot tU.-v 1., --** a. t. 4~ .~ .* !: t te n i 1 >u
and ".,,;-, iasri1 itIC t,,Vn POd lMniA ?A-
,'" .1" r 1 :: tl1 ;':' h-1 @ c' '"r J. + ' -- -- ^- "'' 'i::1-* *' ... an-i ,,: is a t'or.rid M rf /t VE ~ff oTrf f 4 / K 4 )
diciarv , : o- p, ..-. -,w ; I / ,. .
. i i 'WMV )\"P slaT c''-'- ( an WHY JAMES L=- GO'" 'rVELL ,ZG, NE j'i 1,Ill1111 an-I JL-tIl-
,as ;. 1-,-,> ;1 ; ( ;i- '* t" ,* > < t. ,_-;, ., -- --t.* : :> ? ,^ "* :1 .. "^ o ^ ^^ ^ -^^
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perfect tlin ol w-,oiid ti,-ver hi...iO -.; .- VI,'-N :. '".I:,iit o': ,--l" : )-. -- t l -
rende,,.- ,l,-.r "it') an'" ...... :,-' r it,- 11- -, th ll- DII i1CTOU
rendered, t l!.. .r 5,'. .er,-i ntv o an' ,,0. -.-. \V,- i'.-!.ie ; .z. t I- "v;. x ~ t ne
_L_.1 t- Stae .jotiial.
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land colaIs ihaS nzooc l'ai. TYi- fit-st


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AMERICAN FENCE
Buy your new fence for years to come. Get the big. heavy wires, the
hinge joint, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality of steW
that is not too hard nor too soft.
We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and
superiority, not only in the roll but in the field. Come and me as ad get
our prices. I

MARION HARDWARE CO.
H. B. CLARKSON, Manager .. .. .. .. .. OCALA. FLORIDA




MclVER MOCKIY

FURNITURE DEALERS


WE CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OP


House Furnishings
Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings.
Bed Room Suits
In Mahogony, Birch. B-,raseye
Maple and Oak.

Mission "Furniture
in 'Si the differert finslea


I Parlor Suits
In Leather, Upholstered andP og
Dining Room Suits
I of aoi kinds-Mohogany anr C#&.
China and Crockery
; Crrpiete ine-ODinnc.r Sets ym
Odd Pieces


All Kinds of Bed ani Table Linens. Lace Curtains. Portiers
and Uohoistering Goods
Heaters, Ranies, Cook Stoves
i : jil ii: .. L :."-,-..,, t.. i 'a .'m s. rr.,.:?,,i :i..i ."tr ,,,-i. l. ;turo Mu:! <. -' ,,; ,1 ian"P c

Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Sadils
SEx'-rj-.;', tii of t:i,- hi) -. wagon ,,n , Ani 'car r ",ev e." 0of High Grade Buggie- and L.rriagb.


IF YOU'RE BROKE, STAY WELL


m aud s th I g, oN Vli. ( tu Il iJ.t IT I ,1'"T t'-.\ '.- :e'+.i -' t? ua llu .11 :. -1ti- -- -7.-1 v.
refuse to accept service in any cSs; ani,. at Tvin.s & 'o. ,irui -',ire, An solutionn in the practice o reed- EmIboImin to Order
brought aga-nst the state, in thb- f-,!- .c and Trial ih:tt tr ine has taken place in Atlanta. The
eral courts by p-ivate individuals I PRESIDENT-ELECT SHOULD Methrls vhch formerly made of a stDfo
I F A PRESIDENT-ELECT SHOULD:
This legislative aci shows the spir-; DIE.!'tor a half philanthropist and half
it of our ancestors. So far ilae wI ':.-is-ionary h:ve given way to modern Y5D
co~-ria th An '-nef rth For fresh-
wandered from our old landmarks, so. Tr an mission to i commercia! ethos. And henceforth. rit an reli-
indifferent have we become to)thetti cyfthdath tor. e other business abicItass by them-
great principles upon which our gov-hn or h d.1t f pe. th an. will ,a.e his evye on the main selves. Farmers
o. rd hae-ihave conla ience
ernment is found-d. that neither Thie r ie p b ^ ^nhane-hi a.e. inheman-. see. Fa c
etih e n of election and that of takingCh fe. int'teVlbeCauS
legislature nor the people rade an T t This evolu'ion bas been gradual. thcy kw they
leisaur orte )ill md a oc,. Thi,; situation has- i~ever aris- Fr oethnayrte15)ddcanti erneii-vituj-
outcrye last year when a private cor- n For more thln a year the 150 odd on. extr.-
on. but there is no guarantee, that it men, twit.t c*+eap
poation. which was called into life will not arise an a it ethical allcp-thic practitioners mak- meel. ue.
by the laws of this state, l.,aule.i the th fr h en b ing up the Fulton County Medical As- .' s\t:eoin obuyin
tot+-frby th.-oentiles-o ~.Seed i,.e n t o tit by
state of Georgia to a lower federalecnt illness of Mr. sociation have considered the subject a c )nmientiou
t Sherman. Supose that Taft and iand trustworthy
cnt and demanded that the sever- r s of better collections. It was at a re- house.
SSherman should be elected by the Ferry's Si.d Amnual
eigm state show cause to this federal ecr c an th (wic G A n nw-tting of the association that ftortitor is FREE. Addre
u wh one electoral college and that (which God -he old methods were discarded and a 0 M.Fia nu Caknius,Ml,
judge why one of her laws should not forbid) either Taft or Sherman should he old methods were discarded and a 0 M.FcWnau W.MX
be torn out of the books-by th judge di between the day of el,rtin o anl committee appointed to work out the
So a between the day of e tionlooking to the estab- J BURNETT
of this inferior federal court. tails of a plian looking to the estab-
iui<-n^ that of inaiiznration. whe) would tak- .. .' JERRKY BURjNETT,
The governor accepted service, went i '.eT of a ie.lical clearing house.
into that infperior federal court and ,th vac;an ? Five w,!!l known physicians were
earnestly implor.M the juige to a The lat Snator ar lalor.. ar- ),' on this committoc and Dr. er an 1 10i
low the grand oMld state of Gorzia- provide a E. G. Ballon er was male the chair-
rgenc. anil in vain. There novo-, ha,l G B a al h chair-
one of the original thirteen-to carry lo lcl i acas. an. Tais committee was given pow- OCALA, FLA
onben sucn a c3,. 31- ;o1 its aissunmnd ;caf
on her ,bTat e haovrnent a thathrneveri, he.Le!u, u., ho er to act. .\:.d it has atedti. By its OF
oIf evr b% ant chant thIhrnv ae prsil- e. e uhopeaction it '.as mal- it inadvisable for Finest Imported and Domies-
1f evr. bBu any cane a ar ( in.nr shol.. r
dent of this repimlic. I promise ao: i shaa (nan %i;h shaky crelil to get sick. Cloths
ari-. tLh-'re miz:ht bo an emniarrass'nllg: tic Clothes
one things: These c.-rporaTionl hwn-he- Such a man haid bttiter sidestep ao)-
i" silaat'ion Consress should, l and w, : ( T T ST
men. acting a- fe.leral! jude's. are t,.i- '.* n-licitis. liU,:imonia, tvphoi-. an-i C UTT IIN A SPECiALTY
"* "~r, x:,,i,, lv1* l 't.s +or suchi a con;inzonv. Prol,- *
iuz to get s-ich a call d3on tha eiP"r w: her ulaImen' which usually require FITS GUARANTEED
u ay ^ ti.e elect ors wr.sl nmeeT a ,aain "
make them ela~i !o s urry lla'uK to, h ,I n, . : vics ota a doctor, for the ---- -
their constitutional .phere. To aeand- ., 1 cliar-zes ar-o that unless he takt- the
"T w ILL
complish this nothing !uor is n-..,i' i 1gal pra is.ion for so idomin. A- about'i her il t it n- J.L
than1 ha ,i >h tf-urth of the presidents have iei tip hereinot h wil fi, it -
than that the executive, e power shall c,-ssary to mniako his (owvn diagonisis
assert its-lf an.li restore the tbalance, in o. i we n a-i, prscri- hist own troanit. ; A Y
-wt--n nhe.
between the execu'ive. the leirslati eo "n irscrmni't+'l hias arratment .vii,
,, ioi ;in. inani :a;;r Lon.-P",i'l'l- l l s r V I fO
and the judicial depart men,.. If e.t" a collection firm to handle he assoia- if you have on hand to sell, or if you
!Tihtinkngofcomngto loid
I should represnt the chief execiut"-_ i s ,i accounts an,' to kel) n index-i .re thin king of coming to Florida
power, the manner in which if will be EXCELLENT HEALTH ADVICE rtcoro O ,lt w, is i, to make It your nome, or if
asserted will make good rtadinz fr --,o pay. in otler worts. th.- plan will you desire to invest in
future generations.-Tonm Watson. in Mrs M. Davison of No :7 ;i'f- ihe somewhat in the nature of a medi-I any kind of Florida
his Letter of Acceptance. Ifort Ave.. San Jose. Cal.. says: "The cal boycott against the imy n who does| Property,
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Building P'Ifa' Lat.rnIIPoints 01
Material inkote Roofing, Oils
white Lal. Varni-hes. Etc.
Wall Pqaper. Alaba-stine and Magnite Wall Paint.
and give u-i A triAl. V.We will not be underhold and will pleas
Molver & Mookay.


The Breakers by the Sea
SEABREEZE, FLORIDA.
Will be opened Juae 1, under the management of I M. MABBETTK.
The house will be conducted on a higher plano than ever before.
thoroughly renovated and refurnished Rooms single* or on suit.,.
with or without private jatbi. Fine fishing and 'he b"s" surf bath-
Ing in the world.
Sea Food a Specialty. A Trial 5olkited.
Rates, $1 per day and upward, accordin- to lra',lon of re ,mq.
A FULLY EQUIPPED GARAGE AND LIVERY IN CONNECTION
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McMillan


Bros.


Southern Copper W'orks


Manufacturers of Turpentir,- e-19
and General Metal Workers


Old Stills taken in e-xchan'e r-)r new ,t ,.- I.'..,..
through the country a speciaity. ()rr, ... .
wirp will repaiv, rpTr mtn t nt?..tt,-Titb t 4..tr.i.. t ,.


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greater extert ,iIanl tna'
A law of Gei' r-,ia. which ha., n'.ver
been repti ,,. eitplhaiically corn-
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CHAPTER IV. and wet, of lisom oental pos-
I turg and oa glid modem waltz 1
Thte WtZ. stepa-the vey poetry of n&Xmo Nor
:fro the Sta note until the last strain
AM= wih ie e repeated Owa of music died away did either dancer's i
||H s. :eyes leave the stbe|'s.
|the bff orebetra had' Love, eager aad eternal, was in the I
s aw tk a dashing, gay. cawe of each. Xye said openly to eye
MN- dr. laled by the mule what ulen pride forced back from the I
eMbe- amat darbW ~Danilo, spranglis
"war4. Then a last dreamy chord and the
n an Uat the two were wh dlftg mdeusic was hubed.& Danilo and Sonia
afty amnI the intricaies of a wld started, amazed, as though from some S
.Nof aas fu ch aas bas tr cown vision of paradmee. The widow, fearful
I- esb h, e n rfnumd f-rom M lent byV Imp Ve wor she ight
hsias's ke plam to Tt aeppes- wreck her plan at bringing Danio to
tee of ya, -agitt, otter aban- her feet, darted bratblessly away to I
dW_ welcome a new group of guest. The iI
Yet ey cum panting to a halt prince, left alone, %stared after her, open
t the tt crahing note of music the mouthed. A clapping of applauding
ae of et er elected the exhilara- bands aroused him.
ba the swft maou and stirring "Bravo, bravo, my dear prince!" 1' |
maaea aaly evoked. In fact. Da. wheezed the ambassador, toddling for-
af's brow woa a very perceptible ward.L "What a delightful little dance!
ew.L Soo too, was dowest. Had But is It customary to cat* one's part-
W ro Mte failed? ner in a Jto jltu grip lKe that, or. =
TOim di'tt esI that." M d aba It a fashion that has come In since my \
"Not Dy,' he co.faas. & D waltzing daysr'
your The old bore~s feeble jest brought
9w1. Tmo udaet Mane as wemn as 7wf Dauilo quickly back to earth and to a \
i= sense of everyday u st&d->ta' \\\\ndf
Sr wn to prefer "Were yo looking for mer?" he asked, '4
x he riONSd. piqft d none too civilly.
a laRm" o "Only to see if you bad succeeded
S~ma I h, he retorted, "yo yet in fi ending who the lady Is with |
ft- to e o! whom De Jondonis in love. She. must
__ "A lady went into the summer houisewith
a entleman."
] -H f '"WyiB6ul mT r I?" queried De oaid-
L.0-~do n u jnokinly. "You told me to."
"But--but you won't, will you?" she
i pleaded. "Why don't you look at me?
.-' I What a re you looking at?"
,:~ J^^ [I De Jolidon's eye had fallen on the
-kJ /, fan whe re It lay forgotten on the table.
!, / ^ 11 '. H "The fan you lost and that your
husband pocketed," he said, handing
I.it to her.
S llt "BThank goodness!" Natalie exclaim-
ed, seizing It; then:
p1 "Lend me a pencil."
"(- ^ mru \H .,.'iS he wrote a sentence on the fan di-
oT I[/ i "HH\Rfreetly beneath the three words he had
,scribbled the night before at the ball.
"There," she sighed, handing it to
him; "keep that as a reminder."
Wt. -- ""Il He held the fan up to the light and
read:

"Remember that always," she ad-
jured.
"Natalie!" he cried passionately.
"It Is tUe-I am a dutiful wife. U
I have been foolish enough to listen to
"ymr lovemaking at least I have never
encouraged It. I have always rebuffed
you for coneciee'ssmake. I am a duU.-

"Why remind me of the hopelee ses
of my lovem auutzatweu dDe Jonft&
i t,"You may ref do to reciprocate it, btt

l l I"But I can. Afte this evnn we
i l must nat meet again. Myr husban
I trusts me. Thi must be our farewell


iKAWAKE I noK fY CRAZY DREAX 0F LOVE. AMD IN
OOE FG UMTOXAmL


lm aeeu T m ma a -eoi dml at
Wow ad then," be a4mitte-
'Amd vth what sort of partner, I
wr @be aofed. a touch of scorn
go bar evaie
W-th polite o.esa Md Danilo

he winced ever so little at the re-
pM- and wmt a.


be made to win him away from -aY
ideas of marrying the widow."
"To blazes wlth that and all the rest
of your silly plans!" shouted Danilo.
"Don't worry any more about the
widow. Its no use, I tell you. She Is
going to marry a Frenchman in spite
of us all! And," he went on bitterly,
goaded by the chagrin and abject dis-
annolntment in Ponofls face, "I'm m


Interview. Don't try to alter my pur-
pose. I have mae up my mind. Aft-
er this evening I shall never"-
"Natalie, you can't mean"-
"I do. This Is the last talk we two
bshall ever have together."
"Then," Implored De JolMo", aIf It Is
really to be our farewell Interview.,
why must we talk here in the garden.
where at any moment others may come
to claim your attention? Grant me a
final half hour of your society all to
myself. Let the talk be uninterrupted.
Let us a tt In the Ittle summer hoWe
over there. See--ft Is empty."
They entered the little Inclosed ar-
bor It was lighted by a string of
Japanese lanterns, and two rustic
chairs were at opposite sides of Its
round center table. There was a door
at each end of the tiny room-an Ideal
spot for a tete-a-tete chat now that the
moonlight had wooed most of the
guests out of doors.
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Twenty years later h- was in busi- exai:ed Georgians. \Watscn n and
ness on Broadway wit) a partner. jGraves. will not exc('"',]l i, l,;u.iir
One Saturday night thev were get- of canlidaTlcrial courtesy. M.. \\',-
ting ready to go home. An old. poor- son was the aggressor when h1 o!-
ly dressed man came in ah.l dplea l', fjc1dedl Mr. b,-aves by saying the in-
with the partner to bhi something 'it !,'nderice jirty is a one-man party.


from the samples he had.


that one' man being Mr. Hearst. As


"No; we don't need a thing." T.. independence party was net
"Well. please give me a little order brought into being until Mr. Graves
so I can get my commission tonight To oparel to vault into the arena, and
keep me over Sunday.- I really as Mr. Graves is the star candidate
have-n't anything to eat." Iupon the ticket, that Georgian may
At this juncture the boy v from Gpor- tie pardoned for believing If the inde-
gia, who now owned half the Broad- p1endence party is a on -man party.
way business, over-'.ar'l it and saw j that Graves, and not Hearst, is the
the old man. He said: "Yes, we'll mIan.
take something from you. Put us "Mr. Graves strikes a body blow
down for five dozen of each of these wnen he asks Mr. Watson if he (Wat-
three." son) wishes to have a monopoly of
The old man was so cited he jone-man parties-or words to that ef-
could hardly write the order. He had feet. Mr. Graves seems to wish Mr.
only hoped to sell a small order at i Watson to show cause why he should
most, and was begging for that. not be a(ljudged a presidentia!l-as-
The Georgia boy helped h.im tie up I)iring vagrant, and treated according
his samples. He walked out at the to law governing said cas's. Graves
same time, and they wtnt a littledirects attention to the record where-
piece down the street together. The )by Mr. Watson polled for president
old man said he was very grateful for but 114.1''11 votes. Mr. Graves may
the order: he needed it so much. l)plausibly argue that that is not a vis-
"Yes, yes. I know it. I know you, ible means of presidential support:
old man. You may not remember me. that Watson has no excuse for loafing
but just remember that any time you i around the lunch counter when he
are hard up of a Saturday nigh-t and hasn't the price of a political 'sink-
need an order, you can al.vays get it er.'
here. But you may not remember "But Tomn is not such a shiftless
tne boy who asked you for a job twen- tramp as he looks. He talks of lodg-
ty years ago. You laughed at my ing in the national house at Washing-
clothes. If you ever have a chance ton, but his real object is to keep in
again and a boy from Georgia asks touch with the cooks attached to the
for a job, don't laugh at him and ask I two divided democratic households in
him where he got his cloth-es. Good Georgia, and in exchange for mental
bye." Iwork for one and then the other, get
The Georgia boy came back years I 'handouts' from both.
ago. He is one of the state's best cit- "The democrats of Georgia should
zens. He is worth now from a half- insist that Watson keep out of their
million to three-quarters of a million kitchens."
dollars, and strangely his name is us-
ually down for the largest amount oni GENUINE REFORM
subscription lists in any way concern- ,
ing the poor and the boys. "I never was much of a reformer,"
How fortunate were the boys who said Mr. Billy Sanders; "I've seed so
wore the clothes mother made. much reform that I'm sick of it.
Few men today ever wore a gar- Maybe ef I could git a glimpse of the
ment made at home. The poorest real an' genuine article, I'd like it


boys today are too proud to have any-
thing but store-bought clothes, and
we wonder what this country will be
when all the grown-up country boys
are gone.
This is just a little anniversary sto-
ry with a moral: "Do unto others as
you would be done by."-Atlanta
Georgian.

DIARRHOEA CURED
"My father has for years been trou-
bled with diarrhoea, and tried every
means possible to effect a cure, with
o:'it aavaii." writes John H. Zirkle of
Philippi. W. Va. "He saw Chamber-
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy advertised in the Philadel-
phia Republican, and decided to try
it. The result is one bottle cured


better, but the only kind I ever seed
is the kind the politicians trot out
when they want office. You know it's
all buncombe by the way they open
the'r mouth and see-saw the a'r wi'
the'r hands. I had the idee that the
issues of the last campaign was all
for reform; the rum demon was to
be lifted out wi' a pa*r of ice-tongs, an'
the cussed corporations was to be
belt up and skint alive. I ain't even
seed the tongs, an' nuther have I seed
the hide of the cussed corporations,
but I hear tell that the skinnin' has
been done. Well, that satisfies my
taste for blood all right, an' now I
want to see some of the one-hoss pol-
iticians operated on for the'r appen-
dixes. They'd feel much lighter an'


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NOTICE


In the ('i'.iir ('c4,ir" )f the, Fifth .1J'-
dicial Circiii iff ( "F rida. in and for
.Mari,,n (O,.'n Y- In ,'".ar;-'ry.
Male ()liv.r. (',:npa.'ani vs. .I hn
Oliver. I)ef#-nilant-Orl-r f,,r Con-
sI ructive Ser ice.
It is ordered, that the dlefndant
herein namn-d., to-wit: John Oliver. hp
and he is her-'by r-q(piird to appear
ito the bill of complaint fil-ed in this
cause on or before Monday, the 7th
day of September. 19e',.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a w.ek
for four consecutive weeks in Itl
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. SISTRU'NK.
8-7 Complainant's Solicitor.
NOTICE

Of Application for Permit to Sell Li-
quors, \Vines and Beer
Wheresa. Harry J.1. Precht has n.,
with the board of county commissimn-
ers for Marion county. Florida. an ap-
plication for permit to sell liquors,
wines and beer in election distri-t 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 blht on
Wednesday. the 9th ,lay 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
with the board of county commission-
ers for, Marion county, Florida, his
application for permit to sell liquors,
wines and beer in election district
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 a
Wednesday, the 9th day of Septem-
ber, 1908. 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 LU-
quors, Wines and Beer

Whereas, Bluthenthal & Bickart,
Incorporated, have filed Vitb the board
of county commissioners for Marion
county, Florida, their application for
permit to sell liquors, wines and beer
in election district one of said county
and state; any citizen 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
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" 'MY MOTHER MADE THEM" WATSON AND GRAVIES I NOTICE
'--- ""' of Anlication for Tax D 'Under
SForty years ago today a Georgia boy When Mr. Thomas E. Watson and Of AppliSection 8 of Chapter 48ax Dee. Lawd
14 years of age sat on the steps of ai Mr. John Temple Graves were pulling of Florida
store from 5 o'clock in the morning together in their efforts to elect Mr. ta o o
; .... .._. *otice it; nere-b y given that W W .
till 8:30 waiting for the proprietor to!Hoke Smith governor of Georgia, they latt. purchaser of tax certifh-ate
open the door. He had secured a po, were members of a mutual .,lmiratlon 2549. dated Novmtber 2. l,4C. and
sition at four dollars a week to sweep society and were lauding each ctherN(,s. 107:1. 19,. .P98. 1114. dated tib.
and run errands. 'to the skies. 5th day of June. A. D) 19,5. has fil,-d
The day before he secured the' Mr. Watson coul(h. not say too much said certificatte ion myfor tax de. aId to
place he had tried next door and when in praise of Mr. (raves and Mr. Graves map d application for tax deed to
place i~b n pas fM.Gae n r rvsIssue in aeocerdaflc'Pwith law. Sa 14
lbe asked for the proprietor the man could not say to mnV.:ch in praise of' certificates embrace the following d-
snapped at him: "Well. well, what do- Mr. Watson. They passed splendid scribedd property situated in Marion
You want?" count. Florida. to-wit:I. chains east
you want? a job." eulogies on eacha ohe loosedand west by .s 2 chains north and
want a job. Te silver chais has t)en oose.outh in northeast corner of qoith-
I "Well, where did you come from?" the golden bowl broken. west quarter of south,,.st quarter, sc-
S"I came from Georgia.' Now that both ot these distinguish -Ition 2. and we st half tf outhwest
"No, e dont wan !quation anf!setionaLf. of so3adu;thwit
"No, we don't want you. Huh. ed Georgians have their eyes turnedquarter (,f soctin =; ts an ,
d H ed e _W... te.. .. se sectionn 11; sotith half ,,f !ot.t ; and J.
where'd you get those clothes?" in the direction of the \nhite HouS xcept Io acres in stouthhla t corner.
"My mother made them." by widely different paths. they are noi. s.t',n 14. antId lots 2 anl :) of sec'tio(a
She had made them at night, and longer covering each o()ther with ,2::. all in tIwirship 17. so,),h. rangf- 2.
the boy bad threaded the needle for flowers, but are saying very uncoil!- ast. The saidk laul ,et:'n ass-'ssud
her, as many of us have done. be- plimentary things about each other. !rti.caut.s in th# na- : ('nknwn.
certfiatesainthofnans-s o Cnkn-wn
cause her eyesight was failing and the Watson says that the independenceHr "f (;oethe & Cl.. (,i. Thomas and
iH. M. Goethe & Coi.. Gab.' Thomia~s and
poor lamplight didn't help much. party is a "one-nian paity-the Hearst:S. W\. Backster. l'nlu. sad .crtifl-
The man laughed at the boy a lit- dpen'i(nce party:' an,.l (;raves r- cat(es shall b. r#,ie* med according to
," ._ 1 ,i T :. \ ,! *o l w i l l i - < ; T h , r < n o n
tie. and with a feeling of disappoint- torts by saving that lVa'son is h awn :.x- .u il of s .thureon 'on
ment and just a little hurt be walked pop,'1li-t party-that "e is it. \t'in-sth d.ov o fi< ;.t1 i ar.:nA. ).i andi.
fflatpaty-ha "e i i."I: nss i. c'~a.l -~ij~atire and
out and went to the next slort. Here Speaking cf the dcl)ate bt'tw,':t seal this t.he :r,! f ,ay A ..vigist. A D.
he secured a place. Mr. Hill was kind .Messrs. Watson and Graves, th- Co- ,1!",. s. T S!.TRlNK.
in his treatment of the boy, and1 be lumbia Statc says: Clterk Ci rcui' I"`. M.--r n ; o Fla.
work-c, hi;* x- 'U7c t.r t tv. t h ee thS '
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I R-,A---- --- --- '------
t -- aaw -c mint t-Titrotrronfrom the benocharles of pro-
Sid IItn asl G9mw U r dicus- section. as to make that party power-
n nis "Shall d people truler No less to bring t ) the country any ma-
3 IY A I matter w way we turn; no matter teraia relief f.-)ui the present tariff
to what subject we address ourselves, biurd.e:-.
APthe same question confronts us: Shall Why No Ar.ti-tr.st Legislation?
the people control their own govern- A fov.- yc.- ". t- e republican lead-
A CET ment and use that government for the ers In the -. is.o of representatives
p oo of their rights and for the P, coerc.-d ',y public opinion tnto
promotion of their welfare? or shall t: t,-, si.-rort of .n anti-trust law which
I the representatives of predatory wealth I :. th,, ea1'r 'ment of the president.
prey upon a defenseless public, while seui.. refused even to con-
Hear *Accor the offenders sure immunity from I --"tthene re. and sincethat time
Ib t Acc rd subservient officials whom they raise fort ha.s :i made by t,. uolni-
Wl Accord 'to power by unscrupulous methods? .:,.t party tj .e) ,re remedial legisk -
Pia** [oHI~ Thls'' is the Issue raised by the "known o:)t:l: bet
;abuse@" to which Mr. Taft refers. Why No Zailroad Legislation?
w h Platfo n. Preseeient's Indictmd Against the pyr e: .. *."!1,-T:,,'atc Corn-
Party. u; :, n +" >m"i.;. :on Lras Ixc".: ;iakmng for
In a message sent to congress last (,:.-., ;t Uf : pIwel-S. that It
January President Roosevelt said:; .;:i..,.;t- rei)tes au1 discrimina-
ime attacks by these great corpora- ,. ,, :: publican seatio an! a
||TWfo RUtons on the admInistration's actions 1,,ai.1bi,'a 'o :^., of rprese::tatut';s
SHWAL bH L have been given a wide circulation wre unmo. t:l by Its ontrities. Iiil
throughout the country, In the news- i. ) the :,;.,::3lican atioaal ,-):aven-
|papers and otherwise, by those writers i, .on w ,';A.. to t ( n.lo\e t don;):.nl
^ ~~~~~~~and speakers who, consciously or un- ,o ralvaI'.;slim bt I. p;t
nal 1If consciously. act as the representatives .; ii',e o. ih subject. Evei ,
W.I; A.e,;tO.i tho subjtet. E'veu in
r -W h tk hob i g Iof predatory wealth-of the wealth ac- the ,o :tiounu, :: ". to
umu lated on a giant scale by all forms rree .- .these .:.'-e.. \eu the presi-
Vk f aeernr ounara d en- f ~inall sp::::tian for': three iat x-
of Iniquity, ranging from the oppres- '. : ';tion e
Si1on of wage earners to unfair and un- |den t a ispi:,:tion fror i thrt'e Dron -
wholesome methods of crushing out s at t'tionAi pratfortrs and lih re-
lcompetition, and to defrauding the; (#Imore <.9ial suprt from the
public by stock-jobbing and the manip- De::'o:'*t t;:.u trom the Uopublicans.
FG lSIOISU E uiationof securities. Certain wealthy rhe ,.p.!>li,::::s ia th, senate deliler-
men of this stamp, whose conduct *tl .evoral amendments of-
should be abhorrent to every man of r, y aendn -
Sordinarily decent conscience, and who ,r m1 by 8t o&ir La e ot-aneuded su
commit the hideous wrong of teaching ported by th e.-,ocrats-amendkents
en h e I h of our youn men that phenomenal busl- "ol ton asked by the In-
Wness mMI t odinarly be basd teuite Cqmerce ConiLsioiu, Qt.e
1onTh dlbmonety. have. during the last "f th~ene anicients authorelzed o the
k%- M W, T- i ny rw mronoths, made It apparent that svert:iinnieut of the value. of rail-
t Mf Th i they have banded together to work rt -oads. This :I:endment was not only
INa re-action. Their endeavor its to' 'efeated by th, senate, but it was over
overthrow and discredit all who hon- wheimincly 4'o,!cted by the recent Ite-
estly administer the law, to prevent publian n.iti, ;-al convention, and the
Mr.1 at aof the any additional legislation which would iRepublican candidate has sought to res-
o : escheek and restrain them, and to secure, ce his party from the disastrous re-
Wsfucauoa O-te: Ica oacI posible a freedom from all re- -Wuts of thks 't by expressing him-
4m" thee *-_-ei wh-c yt osta ntt whlh will permit every n- self. in a qual~fled way, In favor of
I tIe_, W" iat Ofadowledging scrupulous wrong-doe to do what he ascl8rtaining t.he value of the railroads.
Sdamep lad_-btd--es to the Democrat- wishes unchecked, provided he has Over-isoue of Stocks and Bonds.
Se party for the extraordinary honor enough money."-What an arraignment :::. Taft t,:nIplaias of the over-issue
viech It hasr conferrd upon me. Hav- I of the predatory Interests! uf stocks a: '. bonds of railroads, "for
a twice before bee a candidate fori I Is the president's indictment true? the :.ilav: '" enriching of directors
e presidency mains which And. If true. against whom was the a:.,1 fr t:'. *:rp.se of concentrati::
ed dea, a t air m tehf Indictlment dire-ted? Not against the tl;e c()trol o the railroads under one
eddin defeat, a third nominatiol, the Dem;ern:!l party. n a-,. a t" t
I k-=rn!cprt....i~vz.n. ....and the complaint !,
*Mit of the tree and, voluntary act of |,elcn!'^ a^ n h cnliti
ault of the free aId voluntary act of; M. Taft Endorses the Indictment. well t'':n ". :;ut, with a president to
te voters of the party, can only be ex- i t aI a bl:a
Mr. Taft says that these evils have ?l::n, ,)--t awl a Itolubllt'an
ned by a substantial and uis-' crept in luring the last ten years. He t, t. ..':'ct it. we find nuthii::
gted growth In the principles and poi- delarei that. during this time, some ':Jr ', ,...0:1 of th' public.
es for which L with a multitude of -prominpnt and influential members "y'i' ": :h'*th opiouent 11:13, by
ethers, have contended. As these pria- of the community, spurred by finan.-ial .: :'*' :w'e:.'v'.1 iuc of th n'-
,les and policies ha ve given me what- success and in their hurry for greater s:- fl 'i .ug proof; ho admi':.
ver political strength I possess, the wealth, became unmindful of the corn- L : ,-: can not avld th9
&eou of the convention not only re- mon rules of business honesty and .*'U, i '.** ,; :: t ihat iust be drawn
aw my faith In them, but strengthens fidelity, and of the limitations imposed .., -:). Tht-'o is o doubt
iy attachment to them. by law upon their actions!." and that o- '-* " I,:i .j-)rity of th,
A PlatfIrm Is indini. "the revelations of the breaches of ""J's :f t"i" "':blica" p" e"... -
trusts, the disclosures as to rebqtles ".: .. d' ;~.r ":' ;-u"i .i: ~...h !:. "
4^ I shail. in the near future, prepare a dad smnatlons by railroad t he ....'.' .* .L: ^u..ro.:'. tL... :
^ m fr a e l oy u oii atin n~ld L~ l"I ^ by ranlroas.s the -'a:t' ,,', ,<: t,,.- ; ...;:. : t t......+, ,,
aore formal reply to your nacopane, aweur'lating evidence of the v'lla- :.::-ss ,:-', x.dal bu~t little in:lu:.'..,
4aain that letter of acceptance, will tiors of the anti-trust laws. by a num-"' 1. ., ..i:; :" o. un'" the :id-
al with the platform in detail. t 1is ber of corporations, and the over-issue ;li..:. ;:ti.:i .... ti '" veraiiit, :m, 1
euflic*mt, at this time, to assure you of stocks and bonds of interstate rail- tu2" an* ,i., ining to u '.>_;,t:.Il
Sa etteI and the sart of the bot-h roads for the unlawful enriching of di- t!i.' (itim, ".r A gen .:tion ite 1,-
Sletter a the pit f te t rectors and for the purpose of concen- p-:bli,- I p \I.'7 hins ,drawn its cam
Rbrin. 1 endorse It in whole and in tratinw the control of the railroads un- pIaign fun..-" :.o-e the beneticiaries of
Ilert, atd shell. if elected, regard Its 4er one manarement,'-all these, he spt.ci:l 1h=..: ion. Privir.,. have
_d^_aratous a bundling upon me. And, charges. "qul'kened the conscience of been plelg' i "nUl g:arntd In ret:::' for
I my add. a platform Is binding a to the people and brought on a moral money o:t,"1,tvsl to debauch ,.!:c.
wlat it omits as well as to what It awakening." tienis. Whai~t .'.:i lbe exp~ec td when of-
aStains. According to the demortlUc During all this time, I beg to remind ficlal autoo:'; is turned over to thw
a the people think for themselvs you. Republican officials presided in the representatives of those who first fur-


VV"ML U C-- ", 10 Mry I; 'a executtve department. filled the cab-' ntsh the sinews of war and then reim-
wbshs.The votrs are the sovereign; Inet. dominated the senate, controlled burse the, iseIves out of the pockets of
d ocials are the servants, employed the house of representatives and occu-, the tapayer?
a xed time and at a stated salary pied most of the federal Judgeships. Fa3tig In Wilderness Necessary.
% do what the sovereigns want done Four 3 ears ago the Republican plat- So l..ug as ,he Republhcan party re
dto do it In the way the sovereigns form boatfully declared that since, .i ns in p. 've:'. it is powerless t,) r,-
wat It dome. Platform are entirely 14M,-with the exception of two years It ua no t
v ate,,'Of-, ", f It i~an not att-xck
In hanay with this democratic Idea. _the Republican party had been In con- without dA
Splatfotrm announces the party's po- trol of part or of all the branches of: -.., Its roient '-
affttles on the questions which are at to Is reeie- tatfrwo1""'" l-): f Its prominent wc-w-
~ s on the questions which are at In- the federal government; that for two b, . ..i :-':"ore, uses opiates I.
Sme; and an ofcial Ia not at libert! t year only was the Democratic party in ,. .... ... it. i
Me the authority veted in him to a p tin to either enact or re;al r .> : s knifach epub Ilc a vi.e-
urV personal riBwB which have not ,_ l w ,in :iw f, -!~t^'hl or; <*> e -iach Itepublaicani *,i
beeperumal VIett wheih have not law. HhiI-Itns drawn the salaries; hayv- .,K'V ;s :,U ,: tonwMeut of their con-
een sbmitted to the voters for their inv enjoyed the honors; having secured, i :o:i ti"ut prty with
approval. If one Is nominated upon aI the prestige, let the Republican party *,:t If th-"' :', iterfetl with. No
platform which is not ..satisfactory to ac ept the responsibility! .. .":tI..f ..te...-, ith. N. t


um, ne must, If canaa, eitner ecimne
the nomination, or, in accepting it, pro-
pese an aumnded platform !n lieu of
the one adopted by the convention. No
seek situation, however, confronts your
eamdidate, for the platform upon which
I was nominated qot only contains
noting from which I dissent but ft
specifically outlines all the remedial
legislation which we can hope to se-
cure during the next four years..
Rspublicen Challenge Accepted.
The distinguished statesman who re-
ceived the Republican nomination for
president said. in his notification
Speech: "The strength of theRepublican
cause in the campaign at hand is the
faft that we represent the policies es-


Republican Party Responsible.
Why were these "knowri abuses"
permitted to develop? Why have they
not been corrected? If existing laws:
are sufficient, why have they not been
enforced? All of the executive ma-
chinery of the federal government is
in the hands of the Republican party.
Are new laws necessary? Why have
they not been enacted? With a Re-
publican president to recommend, with,
a Republican senate and house to carry'
out his recommendations, why does the
Republican candidate plead for further
time in which to do what should have
been done long ago? Can Mr. Taft
promise to be more strenuous in the
prosecution of wrong-doers than the


,..I. L.i.t1 j, :. :.ts LJ L-st 1Ii ( L,.a
.' ,,. !" ) I.1 .:.: in the willorness, wil!:
:he ln'':!V)[ '.i l 'IvIers learn to stud;
tl :.. '!t:,'. .-i',. fro:n the s~an~lp.>!nr
, th,, i> :;1 i,:. 1 .ust :is w ith i i: i. l-
us!-. "th',, ca:'e.; of this world and ti:h
deeitfulnes.s of riches choke the trurh.'
so. in politics, when party leaders serve
far away from home and are not in
constant contact with the voters, con-
tinued party success blinds their eyes
to the neeus of the people and makes
thom deaf to the cry of distress.
Publicity as to Campaign Contribu-
tions.
.An effort has been made to secure
legislation requiring publicity as to
campaign contributions anfd expendl-


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Sof repre tatlves, whenin the minor-
ito int-lP'own party, are as helpleb
to obtain a hearing or to secure a vote
: upon a measure as are the Democrats.
In the recent session of the present
Congress, there was a considerable ele-
ment in the Republican party favorable
Sto remedial legislation; but a few lead-
ers, In control of the organization,
despotically suppressed these mem-
bers. and thus forced a real majority
Sin the house to submit to a well organ-
Sized minority. The Republican national
convention, Instead of rebuking this
attack upon popular government, eulo-
glzed congress and nominated as the
SRepublican candidate for vice president
one of the men who shared in the re-
k sponsiblllty for the coercion of the
house. Our party demands that "the
House of representatives shall again
become a deliberative body, controlled
by a majority of the people's repre-
sentatives, and not by the speaker,"
Sand Is pledged to adopt "such rules
and regulations to govern the house
Sof representatives as will enable a ma-
jority of its members to direct its de-
liberations and control legislation."
S"Shall the people rule?" They can
not do so unless they can control the
House of representatives, and through
their representatives In the house, give


rident alnm, Indicates that he ha
read It carefully. He even bhad before
him the action of the Democratic na-
tional committee in Interpreting and
applying that platform; and yet. he
hals to say that he favors the publica-
tion of the contributions before the
election. Of course, It satisfies a nat-
ural curiosity to find out how an elec-
tion has been purchased, even when
the Iknowledge comes too late to be of
service, but why should the people be
kept in darkness until the election is
past? Why should the locking of the
'door be delayed until the horse is gone?
S An Election a Public Affair.
An election is a public affair. The
people, exercising the right to select
their officials and to decide upon the
policies to be pursued, proceed to their
several polling places on election day
and register their will What excuse
can be given for secrecy as to the In-
fluences at work? If a man, pecun-
ilarily interested in "concentrating the
Control of the railroads in one manage-
Smeat," subscribes a large sum to aid in
Carrying the election, why should his
part In the campaign be concealed un-
ttil he has put the officials under obli-
gation to him? If a trust magnate
contributes $100,000 to elect political
Friends to office, with a view to pre-
venting hostile legislation, why should
that fact be concealed until his friends
are securely seated in their official po-
sitions?
This is not a new question; it Is a
question which has been agitated-a
question which the Republican leaders
fully understand-a question which the
Republican candidate has studied, and
yet be refuses to declare himself in fa-
vor of the legislation absolutely neces-
sary, namely, legislation requiring pub-
lication before the election.
Demeoratle Party Promisee Publiety.
How can the people hope to rule, If
they are not able to learn until after
the election what the predatory itntr
eats are doing? The Democratic party
meets the issue honestly and coura-
geously. It says:
"We pledge the Democratic party to
the enactment of a law prohibiting any
corporation from contributing to a
campaign fund, and any Individual
from contributing an amount above a
reasonable maximum, and providing
for the publication, before election, of
all such contributions above a reason-
able minimum."
The Democratic national committee
Immediately proceeded to interpret and
apply this plank, announcing that no
contributions would be received from
corporations, that no individual would
be allowed to contribute more than
$10.000, and that all contributions
above $100 would be made public be-
fore the election-those received before
i October 15 to be made public on or
!before that day, those received after-
ward to be made public on the day
when received, and no such contribu-
(tlons to be accepted within three days
j of the election. The expenditures are
to be published after election. Here
is a plan which Is complete and effec-
tive.
Popular Election of Senators.
Next to the corrupt use of money,
the present method of electing United
States senators is most responsible for
the obstruction of reforms. For one
hundred years after the adoption of
the constitution, the demand for the


butIt Is hardly a Peaty q est"m
What Is neoesmary to make this a party
question? When the Democratic ool-
vention endorses a proposition by a
unanimous vote, and the Republican
convention rejects the proposition by a
vote of seven to one. does it not be-
'come an Issue between the parties?
SMr. Taft can not remove the question
Strom the arena of politics by express-
Ing a peooal inclination toward the
Democratic position. For several
years be has been connected with
the administration. What has he ever
said or done to bring this question be-
fore the public? What enthusiasm
has he shown in the reformation of
the senate? What influence could he
exert in behalf of a reform which his
party has openly and notoriously con-
demned in its conventlo, and to which
he is attached only by a belated ex-
pression of personal inclination?
The Gateway to Otkher Reforms.
"Shall the people rle?" Every
remedial measure of a national char-
acter must run the gauntlet of the
Senate. The president may personally
incline toward a reform; the house
may consent to it; but as long as the
senate obstructs the reform, the peo.
ple must wait. The president may
heed a popular demand; the house my
yield to public opinion; but as long s
the senate Is defiant, the rule of the
people is defeated. The Democratic
platform very properly describes the
popular election of senators as "t*e
gateway to other national reforms."
Shall we open the gate, or shall we
allow the exploiting interests to bar
the way by the control of this bran
of the federal legislature? Throw
a Democratic victory, and through a
Democratic victory only, can the pee-
pie secure the popular election of mn,
i ators. The smaller parties are unable
to secure this reform; the Republiean
party, under its present leadership, Is
resolutely opposed to it; be Democrate
party stands for It sad a boldly doe-
manded it. If I am elected to tOe
prestlency, those who are elected upos
the ticket with me will be, like my-
self. pledged to this reform, and I
shall convene congress in extraordl.
nary session immediately after Inau-
guration, and ask, among other thing,
for the fulfillment of this platform
pledge.
House Rules Deepotio.
The third instrumentality employed
to defeat the will of the people In
found in the rules of the house of rep-
resentatives. Our platform points out
that "the house of representatives was
designed by the fathers of the consti-
tution, to be the popular branch of our
government, responsive to the public
i will," and adds:
I 'The house of representatives, aa
j controlled In recent years by the Be-
| publican party, has ceased to be a de-
iberatlve and legislative body, respon-
sive to the will of a majority "of the
| members, but has come under the ab-
solute domination of the speaker, who
I has entire control of its deliberatoxm,
and powers of legislation.
'"We have observed with amazement
the popular branch of our federal gov-
ernment helpless to obtain either the
L consideration or enactment of meas-
* ures desired by a majority of its mem-
.I bears "
; This arraignment is fully Justified.
j The reform Republicans In the house


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we em not aft o rk a
change Ia n,-- -et-'- _- I-Cew-
the Voters fd at tU e O eoPle, M
whle., have too little timme. In Inob.
In- the policies of the rmM.; f
they feel that great 0oM-l-tie- of
capital have encroached upo ts
rights of the masse, and employed eO
inst:,rumenwltle of government to w-
cure an unfair share of the total wealtt
produced, then we have a right to e-
peet a verdict agaest the BepoblUen
party and In favor of the Demoerak
party: for our party has ridked defeat--
aye. fered defeat-In Its effort to
aro'tse the conscience of the publk Sd
to bring about that veCy awakem to
hichl Mr. Taft has referred.
Only those are worthy to be entrust-
ed with leadership in a great camw
who are willing to die for It. and the
Democratic party has proven its wortWl
Ves& by Its refusal to purchase victory
by delivering the people Into the handu
of those who have despoiled them. Il
this contest between Democracy On the
one side and plutocracy on the other.
the Deidocratlc party has taken Its r 8-
sition on the side of equal rights. aud
Invites the opposition of thoer who ues
politics to secure special privileges and
governmental favrltism. mGauging the
progress of the nation, not by the Mhap.
piness or wealth or refinemeont of a
few, buit "by the prosperity and ad-
vancement of the average mn," t-
Democratic party charges the Repei
Ilcan party with being the promoter at
present abuses, the opponent of taees
sary remedies and the only bulwark of
private monopoly. The Democratic pm6
ty affirms that In thise eampag It ib
the only party, having a prospect ed
success, which stands for ajuste I
government and for equity tIn the dirtt
slon of the fruits of industry.
DewmoWerst ie Party DeeWndr of H -e
Wealth.
We may expect those who have cor-
wltted larceny by law and purchased
Immunity with their political niuneMe.
to attempt to raise false issues and to
employ "the livery of Heaven" to co
ceal their evil purpoeesM, but they cam
no longer deceive. The Democrateic
party is not the enemy of any leIt$-
=.te Industry or of honeest accumula-
tions. It Is, on the contrary, a fried
of Industry and the steadfast protector
of that wealth which represents a serve.
Ice to society. The Democratic party
does not seek to annihilate all corpora-
tions; it simply asmerts that as the gov-
ernment creates corporations. It must
retain the power to regulate and to
control them. and that It should noat
permit any corporation to convert Itself
Into a monopoly. Surely we should
have the co-operation of all legitimate
corporations In our effort to protect
business and Industry from the odium
which lawless combinations of capital
will, if unchecked, cast upon them.
Only by the separation of the good
from the bad can the good be made
secure. I
Not Revolution, but Reformation. t
The Democratic party seeks not revo
lution but reformation, and I need
hardly remind the student of history
that cures are mildest when applied at
once: that remedies Increase in severity
as their application is postponed. Blood
poisoning may be stopped by the Il
of a finger today; It may cost an arm
tomorrow or a life the next day. 8.


poison In the body politic can not be
removed too soon. for the evils proM
duced by it increase with the Ie ofa
time., That there are abuses "whic
need to be remedied, even the Repub-
lican candidate admits; that his paMty
Is unable to remedy them, has bem
fully demonstrated during the last Om
years. I have such confidence In the
intelligence as well as the patriotism
of the people, that I can not doubt tbef
readiness to accept the reasonable -
forms which our party proposes, rather
than permit the continued growth of
existing abuses to hurry the country em
to remedies more radical and mo
drastic.
Our Party's Ideal.
The platform of our party cloes with
a brief statement of the party's IdeaL
It favors "such an administration of
the government as will insure, as far
as human wisdom can, that each citl
zen shall draw from society a reward
commensurate with his contribution to
the welfare of society."
Governments are good in proportion
as they assure to each member of so-
ciety, so far as governments can, a re-
turn commensurate with individual
merit.
The Divine Law of Rewards.
There is a Divine law of rewards.
When the ('reator smv ne the a PtiL


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popular election of senators, while find-
ing Increased expression, did not be-
come a dominant sentiment. A con-
stitutional amendment had from time
to time been suggested and the matter
had been more or less discussed in a
few of the states, but the movement
had not reached a point where it mani-
fested itself through congressional ac-
tion. In the Fifty-second congress,
however, a resolution was reported
from a house committee proposing the
necessary constitutional amendment,
and this resolution passed the house
of representatives by a vote which
was practically unanimous. In the
Fifty-third congress a similar resolu-
tion was reported to, and adopted by,
the hgmse or representatives. BotD
the F!fty-second and Fifty-third con-
gresses were Democratic. The Repub-
licans gained control of the house as
a result of the election of 1894 and in
the Fifty-fourth congress the proposi-
tion died In committee. As time went
on. however, the sentiment grew among
the people, until it forced a Republican
congress to follow the example set by
the Democrats, and then another and
another Republican congress acted fa-
vorably. State after state has endorsed
I this reform, until nearly two-thirds of
the states have recorded themselves In
INs fn'i-nr Th Q ThTni44n Qi.at na qannta





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JOfIN TEMPLE GRAV66 COMING
TO FLORIDA
John Temple Graves is coming to'dpo
ltrida. This is not the first time n I -
the silver-tongued gentleman has vis-


tebod th eLand of theFlowticketrs, butaccompaniedver
before has he come in such state.


Itby thas beeguardian, curator anded sponsor.ut by


William Randolph Hearsi, intend t( |^^
Mr. Louis P. Head. of Escalmbia ou'
ty, who itulf states, and specthes will n-
mittee made ppoin two Florida the news Jack-
to Mr.Hisgen and Mr. Graves. thatoa U
both ends of the ticket, accompanie


by it is gusaid by this same Mr. Head ofnsor.
Willicambia county, Mr.dolph Hearst, intend tl l -
make a rapid oratorical Tour of a few ~o
of the gulf states, and speeches wi1ll6b_
be made in two Florida towns. Jack-
Oni the way down from New York, V- wholesale Grocers Oa
it is said by this same Mfr. Head of ____I
Es~cambia. county, 'Mr. Hearst will ~.
pause in Atlanta long enough to es-
tablish one of his custom-made news-
papers.
It is telegraphed from Pensacola
that Mr. Head is one of the men in
charge of the independence league (no
interchangeable dates with the Sally 4| LI
league) in Florida. In fact, it may d- F LU F L O
be -ald that Mr. Head is the man in
charge of the league. I I .
It was announced some time ago
that former Senator Wilkinson Call4 T S
was to assist, accompanied by a IS T110F STAFF OF LIFE
young lady stenographer, the estab- E A O
5shment of the league in this state.
SiBae the initial blast of the Hearst
trumpet here, Mr. Call seems to have goo-
dropped out of the arena, and Mr. 4P-..-..
her. Mr Cal sem to a Send us your orders. We handle the old Reliable Br
Head is the foot as well as the otherSW
portions of the party.
It haes not yet been made public 40.
who wil manage the arrangements Amp..
for the reception of the trip in Jack-*'~oo-
^^**r~tBALLARDS OBELISK AND NELLIE
inovlle. The* is no doubt but Mr. BEA
Graves will be the principal speaker. 100_
ad that be will be listened to by a
Twi thte cit nbed hirsted se o No second Grade, But the very best, PRICE and OUALI'T
spoken in the city and hundreds of *^^-
Jaekamville people who have been A...
leaked with his graceful flights of d'
faey in times past will again embrace --
the opportunity of hearing him speak
Im public.
It is -not likely that Mr. Hisgen 0-
oe would draw a big house. Al- CANNED PEACHES
though almost everybody of note in
the Iaton has at some time or other Ao- N
visitted Florida, the oldest inhabitant 4'
cannlot remember tiat Mr. Hisgen has r.3^^ ^v^^/. w
remembertn New Crop Georgia Elbertas, 2 and 3 pound cans Tai

than either of the gentlemen just ^'
mTHoua -.o. 2 and 3 pound cans Pie Peaches
THE MAN AND HIS JOB iPera us

On the evening of the Regatta atj "
Pougbkeepsle last spring, the stroke
oar of the winning crew was asked |--
how he did it. "Easiest thing in the *
world," he said. "We just took the _
That team had purpose and pre 4m.-
eand stuk two imts ar Load Tennessee Irish Pota


actors in every truly successful ca-
reer. Whether you are winning a
boat race, building up a business or m
.,s .., ,.,, .,. ,n. o,.-In 150 pound Sacks, ORDER QUICK
selling a line of goods, you must takeIn1 pod acsOR EQU C
the "get-there stroke and stick to it."
Hamilton W. Mable once said:
"There are two kinds of men in the -
world-those who sail and those who
drift." The men who sail know what
to o t. TheyS ar e fpree-_ UST ARRIVED Car Pure Bran and Shorts in 100 p4
they want to do and why they want b-
to do it. They are men of persever- ^^~-
fuce and they pull the get-there I"o h
stroke 0 Purina, Scratch Feed, Oatsan orn
But purpose in a man. without the Patt-
ability to stick, is not worth the pow- .
der to blow it up. The clerk who as-
pires to become office manager and .
satisfies himself with the position o: -
assistant bookkeeper, and the sales- '
man who calls on a few people. se-
cures no orders, and goes out to tht mp.-A
bal gar,,i antn who ha. pnros, o-- Lets have your orders for Wash Boards and Axe Handles
ball game. are nwn who ha\,, pirpo",'
but no perseverence. The-. are soon Let h v yd
listed among the thousands of thost
who eant well. livery and Prices Second to none
The man who takes it into his h.-adaP
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