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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 28, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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BELLEVIEW BRIEFS FAIRFIELD FACTS EVINSTON, BOARDMAN AND Mc- NEW CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC WHERE TO GROW THE SUGAR
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pecil Cotr. Ocala Banner. Special Cor. ocala Banner: A new Conservatory of Music is to The sugar-beet raisers are very
Dr. Slaugwter w a welcome vis-j It was with the deepest regret Mon- Special Cor. Ocala Banner. be opened in Jacksonville September much concerned about the sur cane
.26th called the School of Musical Art.
ItO to our town Monday. Mrs. Slaugh-Iday that we learned of the departure Mr. Frank Hester is relieving his This school is under th direction of industry in the ippe s s.
teir Is nIn Temeee spending the sum- of the spirit of little Clyde Stokes, father at the Evinston depot. the lat- Miss Madeline Keipp and Miss Bertha Taken together with Hawaii, it has
er with her parents, while "Doc" is which took its flight at noon, and now ter having gone to Hot Springs, Ark., MI. Foster. The studios and recital been estimated that those islands
things it and feeling lonesome, dwells with the angels in its heaven- for his vacation. halls are located in the second floor could produce all the sugar we need
~~~~~~~~~~of the Cable piano building, Bay S1t*- fi-onr aneals
Mr&. Ramadell was in from Levon ly home. Clyde was the oldest daugh- Mrs. J. F. Barron has returned Missof th e Cable p iano buildingpp Bay St.te tates and cause aos
Monday, greeting friends and pur- ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stokes of home from Rock Hill, S. C. Her for the past three years director of in reevnue annually of 5000,0 to
easing supplies. Mrs. Ramsdell this place. Besides her loved ones at many friends are grieved to hear that music at the State College at Talla- the home beet-sugar Industry.
tes that she is giving up the board- home she leaves behind her many she is steadily failing in health. hassee, ant iMissh artha Fosteri, als tT
Mg house and that Mr. and Mrs. Frank friends to mourn her death, she be- Mrs. J. A. Bauvler, children and the head of the new school. States is relatively a smaone says
Pelot assume charge of same Sept. 1. ing a favorite among her schoolmates nurse, came up Monday to spend some In the prospectus recently issued, a late writer, "and of the $.0.o0
Mr. Joseph Gross and Mr. Oscar and a dear little friend to all others time at Hill Crest. the object of this institution is laid required to erect two hundred beet-
Gale were two of our townspeople who knew her. Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Richardson, down as being to "bring within theo
borders of the state educational ad-
who went on the Jacksonville excur- The remains were laid to rest Tues- with little Miss Louise Bauvier, leave vantages equal to toe best obtainable 1.5sg.afc tonr os nuear c e tiorolcte
ai dav at 4:30 o'clock in the Presbyter- today for a two weeks' visit to White inthe north or elsewhere." the Philip)insit can not be inveted
Mr. J. A. Freeman left last Satur-lian grave yard. May the good God. Springs. The vocal department is an impo- here. The expansion of the Phili-
tant one, and much attention is being a nutr ymasmt
day for Plymouth to visit his son. the ruler of us all, send a comforting Mr. Frank Sampson came up from :ven ton anmuring acapabl direct "
Robert, who is station agent at that, angel to the dear ones in her btreav- Ocala Monday. for thi.- branch of the school's work. r i nt' s t by mas
point. ed hone. 'Mr. Emmett Flewellen has the con- A prominert feature will b- thile Vit) :eans lthe .t)andonment of the home
It is rumored on our streets that, Mrs. H. V. Tate left today for her tract for rebbuildling the old Silbert lin leltarrmelt. The student.- in this -,1 industry. "
I 'Wi' illv have ih* a, vanta <;
ose of our townsmen is the fortunate home in South Carolina. where she house, recently purchased by Mr. 1' ,'"; .. 1- lllor .m C
possessor of over twelve thousand will spend, the remainder of thie sum. Warner from Massachusetts. ing. f;:.(;r in ; cntry il c an
dollars in cash. left him by a de-;mer. Mrs. P. K. Richardson went to A rat r li ique1 c ,.s will 1, ;,e 1 .! r" ,:.. whil- the F"i n en-
ceased aunt. If said report is true-. Miss Della SmiTh1 was call,,l to the S'mpson Ci:y .Moniav to visit rela- to Li -;,. ,to .w i To l.-t-'l wi b t ,: li : iii I' ,rs at an av, rzip 0',-
we are glad of it. andi trust that it tbedsidle of her lhtiti P-ie t-r. Gertrudle., tirs. "t '!'i \ iReci.als a ind I 'ctiir'-.'' .." 1I t,) h..4
will be the means of a safe anid profit- "o" lay. wjio is sick at R idtick. Mrs." s,1n1 ,, w.:,,h x, il: t" <' i" '< ,: rr- IL'-. l r. o; *','.-.
able investment that will k-ep the Smith has t e-,n in R, -,6,ii wiiw liper BIGGEST WOOL SALE OF MODERN bbeeieS d'is x! .uih *i ,,-1 -'., ioi;w:, n. s...;> h i-.!
wolf from the door and afl,)ov him to sinc"- SaTiurda\. Gertr;:d, ,s lni:,1 y TIIIMES : 0 !li i he t f ', Ma,'l to Nex Y,.rk- ,,,
enjoy a we]! ,,arnedl rest for il:'- lia- fr'i-nfl hol, that s1-- wil ;-v) WHAT WARREN CANDLER SAYS ... t I,'
ance et his days. well and, am;noii ul o... Ti-. lai-st wooll sao ev-'r madt in Ird riloa D-nv r
Mr. J. A. Freeman is back from his Mrs. Alice Griffin an, I': &" of \li'lica "I ll The lWa 'sO t1 niSP.Ci \\arren Candlhitr. 'the t f[ i-,,l.---l *t0I ii .r ii
trip to Plymouth full oi enthusiasli j \\'iliston have ben i..":i 11 h.r si- I ,v,& ni rwer and lpurcasev' i rn 1 Biho, of (; e :na. .lteakin o I 'l o'cn"tt
l!, ttl'll tll s x, 1- vtsthat of ,,.kMoli'llan dit Bi o o
and pineapples. He .;ay.- Bob has hadl t-r. Mrs L. C. Doii. aw th. llac:, for ttC tis w that of M u 1 convict Ihas, -s.'.-. n. -av "
a good job and expects himl home ilh past two weeks. -hiiep grower andl Silberniman Bros.. of ^ against all li1t' things i. .xn n l)iin 'xt- t-
soon. Miss Mamie Dupuis came up from ('hicago The growr was a dle-aters hich might ai in favo w-:i and Porto Rico. B:t C'ul)a ,n
Miss Ella Lyles is assisting Prof. Jacksonville Tuesday to attend thi, to lhp Repu-lican convention anl of i abolition of the lease. soilt,)n., rho PhililnS can gvow ti (
Green in the management of the Pe- funeral of her cousin, little Clyde .topieI over in Chicago to sell the ill say. aboli he leas etrwh.r excer on tha rh'pk-. Ti
dro school and from what we hear Stokes, that afternoon, wool after he voted for Mr. Taft. He s e u w ou will th in sil i fruitful airil th, (. ii-art o-
Miss Lyles is popular with both. pu- Miss Bessie Carter ant Mr. A. .1 re'teiot 1i; cents per pound and sold its place. S wha s soethi l el sl t ugar cal.
tw ilo onl.H asdaritspaelhwus- r# n bd c ~sitdt ua au r W~z
pils and parent. It is too bad sheI McLaughlin attended church at Flemn- two million pounds. He raised a mil- l the es iustr whi
could not have been retained with the ington Sunday night. lion PIouni himself and sold the oth- i r. ln conrinp.ly. ow to s soe- wflr likt ihs ct:he etn in ut in wilc
Belleiew school, as the scholars Mrs. Godwin and lil l r million as an a.,nt. Thie wool ii I k L. i lii neck. because sugar planters in these
Belleview school. as the scholars! Mr~s. W. I.. God, tiin and lit'Lltle I)-),,\-. im Ithing \won-e..I it(,w th ,ificlllip
liked her immensely. left for High Springs last wee-k o buyers Idi thile delegate $, .2.uuu in wici t.tc t th punishment ot islnlis can g labor for a sn anl
Icask -.an,11 the ,iele--ato wt: n! h,)IT nie rt-l- wship tilt, el' ..atirt- into the t'nlt .1
Mrs. John Ashworth is slightly in-'visit friends and rt-laciv-a. an Crime. I; i an old prol.nm which ship th a rre inTO th -
disposed, the combination of dlamp Mr. \i Whort Yonue aid Mis- Ddls la jOn1iin ez. has ha c stiact St
I I)oVI ii ,'agi W (01 11Itis.Iiifia.i (.. that howl ba. a-
and hat weather tending to weaken Sm iT h atten'id d chun .-h ar F- ;-m, i! ;on ) n it iu:in. But ca 54 s ,,iti t? can i), I lt ',- I ,:Al ST ta oa h llt h;1' -.-
Zhtr s s a- ,-;) f o r t h t, t a, ; i:) ,d o - W e\ Ie s ko\l. lk 1 '1 o s k t ( 1 t l t, p t
her somewhat., las Thursdlay and,: Sa i:-,ia. :ni t or th .' I X ''-" -u i than f :l e tKl
Mr. W ashburn busies himse I)e-1 Mr. Awo i Stok.s caw.. up t hnn i o(,pu- ,P. I *IioIs:inii f' t till, IIIft'l !fl ritl (f' l',
tween Mr. Dudleyvs grocery ,tpar- I ; T: e-da 1, at.d h fu al o il t iPi V i men and finishing Mr. Dudleyss h.tis,-. of is l.iul A si-Ter. U e A >.-em organiz,, >i--t vi:' si't l
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which he is . ^*' I "1 '(r ai'; ;'*r ;";: ;.l :'''<:l 1 , I ... i .1 i l :'!S it^ ISilid le I-h l.
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his abode there. Mr. i). BI. M, h-., s re:' :'ei f:.'m i ,, r. A REAL DEMOCFAT .,',:,;.w t n r 0 1 i
la QX 1ni1 -* I x' oni- r^fu-t to f''ei Ct Jett nex I/^ , 4 ^^t !- ^~'i
Mr. Ritter. the section bv 1 h.es. i. exc i ,n I, ',-- ,nix iil, ..:- 1 :, : ru: t '-- ,ct il. -x; .____,. in ,er n.n
moved from the MeClenilon eottam- TO day T. I". th"i Hon. Seab Wurght -lav i t' [h- ma.r. il in F.Av las orh It
the G ale house1 opposite the sch.oS., .. is good. to e n iPf ki t o i ko, o raev w n l*e t i11Iain F. 7opl.hr ot th e I,',-
hou G le form erl occupitipie bh M Wo go' sheeti) mieat We- iiius, go t,) ti f "" t ),.f,)r1'ni.,l .htiiinc'h. Sble cialii'T-il tiiat
house, formerly o col~ied ty Mr FAIRFIELD FACTS whreer n ,,rt ,I>r i n ,!.p ,hre u ',l!.., Pr'ohii>,ion )arty n 'i a l the cert'lilony wUs l)-,.fornle,i 'w&hii*
Polly. tveries market. Thbro it ad ptay a', tiot lfor j)residenit. Tihe reason given she was 11n a state ot hvIpnorisni, andi
Mr. Riley McClendon will n.ov- ws-. Icl anr for it. The wool 15 stantia.4. that he is a 1)enmlKrat. His idea was Inma)letaty ud hycnol ol
to. the otb' al Ctag ov:ala bynn RIroluc, always in demand, but we. was con,,,!ttfly under tof control of
Xl t Ola f aie jIr t ie ". i i ^ f party fealty is; th+ rcorrect one.- te lr.y an ant ha fo a w, k
nome time next week. It will he We hear that Mr. Lohrig is about in Georgia. must bow down to ,log ,IT tc the clergyman, and that for a w
Bulloektiies.nafer thekmrriageislldid no realiz
much nearer for the children to go!to start lp business at his mill here owners and go poor to the end of the J Sock t Times .th e te thing wht ad rake slce aid not reanzte
to RhoOl again, and we wish him much suc- chapter. I Sockton Mrt ohn T. HJses nd sons, Tom cess. Just cast your eye over the ChicagoI in, Florida. but it took him a long time truth finally flashed upon her she wa.

and Ed are buildinDr. and Mrs. H. Gattrell and sis- purchase of wool. which r<.quire 100 say so! completely prostrated. However. she
corn crib for Prof. Green at hos farm ter, Miss Edna Gatrell. returned Fri- cars. with an average capacity of 20.- GEORGIA FOR BRYAN continued to live with l-r ci"'rical
five miles west of town The rofes from a visit down in South Flor- 00, to haul it to Chicago from Mon- husband. Her first husband, who has
soe mias a ~ ofton.nre fapo 40aroes,-nia
ida. where they stopped at places of tana, and look at poor Georgia! Georgia is going for William .Jen- instituted diivorce proceedings, says
has some of the finest blooded stock interest along the Atlantic Coast from We have the land, the climate, the nings Bryan with a whoop. There that her statements are all in his eye.


uuWi guuuu or imperint nearing. anda -..
when it is entirely closed deafness is excessive hot weather.
the result. and unless the inflamma- Mrs. Robins of Central and her
tion can be taken out and this tube mother'. Mrs. Hoans. a-e o-,e -pend-
restored to its normal condition, hear- i a M . i
ing will be destroyed forever; nine few lay wl Mr
cases out of ten are caused by Ca- Best.
t.rrh, which is nothiner but an inflam- School here will T:nr! the fir t M\In.


ROCKEFELLER-BY HIMSELp

If the magazine muck rakers a
not giving way to "fury, frantic in-
dignatlon.' it is simply because tbo.y
are too indignant to talk. For the dle
sire of indignant and ,owprful speh
must be strong upon thm. John1 D
Rockefeller is to writs- his autobi-
ography and it is to appar first in
magazine and afterward in book forn.
What more studied affns, aaionst
the tribe could any on" ,evij.'
The muck rakers naturally so ia
the prospective publication a s-)U;Il,4*
attempt to invade their rights De
Snot the whole, field of Ro-kkf-!:Tns
belong to them and 'h*ir &i-sqn.,
Did nor Miss Tarb-ll. -a: ini. forth ,)
unchartord sea:- lik- (' ,i':it is "ak-
possessionl of this .o't* .. ,-v'
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look forward to this publh.-Ation with
interest., with. the not.t inreamomabi,
idea that th*e autobiographical rocortlt
.of a man who has p1)layed, the* part
That Mr. Rockefeller has are li 1-be both inte-resting ant illuiin.inating.
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biography. Ir cann( t ;e- ,' nIse t'.at
certain l)l:,s, s o; oior ft''"- ,ay hi*-
Storiy n i.'hr ,l e mI a,- '-s" ,'>. :t Ii ri*r
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Sci: ( iu ncil of Sa:f,''. : S 4)
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T. '. Fost-, :tii and .1 N X i rr for A
'l0):t ur-'r to) o)I,.r;ta ; -' ..-' railway in
, S:it ordl w irh a. ,,i'i ,," ..-,'4r,''y
ifor nimotiv- pow,.r. It it r h.t .. r'ntion
f'o!t thlie Sanfored T-raction ('Coliipiny nor
oinly to) gi\ a glel| lo-al -c'r ie-, but
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no:hin. Thle loafer must eat food c')", and h.<
Sand he must wear clothes and thes-y
tlinal imust be purchaseol from the Spiurg,-Qn 'rimi-r. ;Itr :rz wh;?
I | storp- and pai-i for bv som lbod y and man. r,-si-ling a ,iri,. \ w I ,,i;" from
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In the county. Miami t10 t. Augustine. All report people to raise sheep, world without lnty f wh dnt
en the county. aru plenty of people who don't lik Shipments of fish on ice from Pun-
It is rumored that the White house having a delightful time. end, but we are overrun by worthlessI Bryanismni among us, but when it, h pni f the
ft sold. If it"is a fact, we trust the Miss Gertrude Smith. who has been dogs and infested with cowardly law- comes to voting for the Democratic o th op to esteri
ew owners will occupy same. on the sick list for the past two makers.-Mrs. W. H. Felton in At- nominee there are plnty to do it on an nted to ei tra
i Eser Shid r. tp as. weeks, is rapidly recovering, and all lanta Journal. Tom Watson is personally popual', in o nulk and td boarrJls, aggregating
Miss Elsie Schneider. the assistant her friends are glad to have her Tom Watson is personally popular-, ,
school teacher hs endeared herself her friends are glad to have her but the Populist party is a thing of a.iah po. unds. Th, water. al-
hoto the children and their progress in among them again. Resolutions calling a special elec- the past.-Cordele Rambler. n. h favorable an
their studies is remarkable. sMrs. G. S. Randall andi baby have tion in Escambia county on November though rain, has been favorable antl
It is rumored that Mr. Sands Havi- gone to Island Grove for a few d(lays' 12 for the purpose of voting on a THE PREVAILING COMPLAINT
land has sold his cottage to the vsit. proposition to bond thl county in the ____ or a prosperous season. But so:.
part of friends that visited him lat Mr. WV. R. Simzi mon and Mr. H',nry sum of $20.1o1,, for a complete svs- Denny Gew-"Holl). old man, how outsiders express the fear that t
winter, anid that he will build h.im a Gatrell. Jr.. returned todav from tem of paved. McAdamized. or otherI do you think you are feeling tola?' numerous noisy power boars no.
winter, and thatage on he wis lot next door hm a Georgia, wbhe-, they hav bpeen vis- hard surfacedl roadways, have been- A. Gew-Welil just al out lik -se l th snes y
this coming winter. Good' lntilng tfriendLs ar- relatixes- approved by the county co)mnmnissionl- rI'd, ooen hung up with. a rope for a fish away T o h h-
h ci we G Mr. andt Mrs Gibbson of Irvine were rs of Escanbia. ;week. andl can't tell whether it was at Man n the ennn of t
in our townI Sunday evenin. -- .. ar was charged to he noise madf
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED an; I roinid, my Beck or my back.-
Mrs. Sh ATkinson of Zuber has Our county cominlssioners andl by the power uoats.-Punta Gorla
by local appnlcarTons, as tney cannot been here on a visit to reolatives the school board believe in '::llicity. The I 'pliftin, the farmer by a conins- eraldi.
reach :bhe diseased portions of iie past week. procoelings of both bodlie-. as to re- ,)ion and turning him down by a high
ear. There is only one way to cure Ir ant-.tecec-eeo 'it
ea.Thee isonlyoe w toure Mr. Farnlh. Th e r ,tpot -it anl -xI)enditures. are publish- tariff law is the Roosevelt medicine "There is no room in Sanford ftr
deafness. and that is by constitutional M F r b s il- c o t- l o ti~ s a
remedies. Deafness is caused by an aOnt of Irvin. was he'e yesterday. el in full in the Index each month.- for making a grantistandl play sans ex- afe-s. If o have no money vo
inflamed condition of the mucous lin- Miss Della Smith wil l)t tak herLake City Index. pens to the republican naehine.-- h tter go to work or ot
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When school at Candler until the first 4Mot- The same in Marion county. Courier-Journal. toxn."'-Sanford Chronicle
this tube^is inflamed you have a rum- da. in October. on account of the W,'ll. even the loafer is bter thia
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THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE- ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCERNS."-COWPER.


VOLUME 44, NUMBER 9.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1908.


ONE DOLLAR A YEA


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been visiting -h r i rather. .Ir. t -. hi nl tsuffer- w i he s C,
Briggs. of the Coast Line. has left datnz ,(Ti a .: ,. d n hisease or eight' n ofofer. wtfoe ,,h, . e e
to spend the rest of the summer in -y taking this re .dv he \was a .,-, s h. si .s. S- ftairs. e-' i- ill ope- e will i Mrs. El a s an
o spe taine.h-vilh, i.-1 oi thie uiv,-ai, mov,. an sufferer. 0o is now :-on':d an. !t!.\ of se(ur'ing his cotton claim andl th,' hill:','n. There are quite a num--
North Carolina and Kentuckyv.--Tla I-
.I- xsyonear old ,h:.)()sing of his 1pho sp~hate lands. 1,, fet',-m OZha a ,'nj ,ving tl, e ,leli~z.t-
i, is ad o e : one o" ihe most ii'uesie Il well. ;nil although "sixt yars ol. ;ipoin of his phosphate lands.
pa Tribune. rore trwlS il The Piedlilont '(*tn "l d s imuch wnor as a yo ng fl surf bathing- he h ach. It isi
n1'a n .- Sold h Z11y -1azls" s. "IV"
A Tampa minister is proacing aito section of the "'Empire State of the'' ol d j< Asheville has been th,' center of .-pat. !
"an honest obituary." Oh. no ay-SoUih, nlesilin among the togtit-hils Mr. M. M .lur;ihhv. who lives ie- attraction for j judges this S.'nlflr.
thing bt that. Why bIazen one's o)f the Blue Ridge. iouli',eon miles U(,LAneaIa and AnthonY, was in ; m ,listin.ishl jurists who ar EYES CURED
misdeeds in thet notice of hii ,ieali' suith of Walker mountain, six Tih-Gs o- s Satur,-lay anl, left one of ,he hore or who have .- spnt a season --
1tet's rather write his virtues in the from 1ihe famous White Sulp'u;ir \Anierican silver eai;les for i he contin- here' are JutNe Newman of Atanta. "For twenty years I suffered from
newspapers and his vices in the sanIs. Springs. and -(nly a few hours' ile ianc, of the Banner o s home for Parlde. of Florida. .Ju(de Wl- a ad case of granulated sore eyes,"
from "Taliulah. the Torrible. hut t 't v another year. Last year he said he liam A. Hooker of the siprenime court says Martin Po, of Henrietta. j
Mr. George C. Martin- of Brooksville. most marvelously and on1.erfiully ,nado quite a little 1)ank account from of Florida, Jlual (;off of Wst Vir- e t try Chamberlain's Salve. I
one of our democratic presidential made. ih proceeds of four acres of okra. ginia. Julge William B. Shepard of ought one box and used about two-
I-a h--no ceg etFoiaadDyon of West hrso tadm vshv o
electors, is stopping at the Ocala They are making great ;u-epara- )ut his a the same acreage left Florida and Judge Da-on (of West hrds iof ian me Tha
House, Hf, is arrauging a campaign tiOns at Brenau for 'he coming of 'he hini almost with the bag to hold, andl Virginia.-Asheville Cor. to Times- given ef ay tul druggists, mi
tour. ;ndi will soon begin arousing girls, some of whom are from Ocala. v That it requires diligence to Union.
enthusiasm for the 'peerless" Nebras- so Brenau may truly be said to have grow it an gather it. He hopes that Dr. R. A. M. Ben on. M. D. P. H. G.,i
k Q. a "corner" on pretty girls. n -' ear will brin heter luck to Mr. an Mrs. Joe Mickle of .uliette, f has ealishe a branch of


Local and Personal !AN OCALA VISITOR TELLS OF'OFFICERS OF THE EPWORTH FORMER PASTOR RETURNS DOG HAD HYDROPHOBIA
GAINESVILLE, GA. LEAGUE -
---; --- Mr. W. H. C.,h-man. formerly pas- Following is a copy of a telegram
The dengue fever is abating. 1To the Editor Ocala Banner: At a called nmeo-Ting of The Epwc.rh Tor of the Ocala Christian church, bu et TO Dr. Brawnr. physician in
Sari ba fomWe are spending a few (lays here Il-ag't-. hl,1i Sunday afternoon, Aig. who has. since leaving here. hell suc- charge of Ptestusr Institute at Atlan-
Mr. George Martin is back from At- in Gainesville. the "Gem City of the !,:.. rh- following officers we'e eiect-d c.-sful l)astoraTes in Iowa and Texas, ta. Ga.. at the suggestion of the board
lata. He came in on the big excur- Mountains." There are a nimb or or fer The ensuing term. and in Tampa. Fla., for the past yet-ar of health, and his reply threto:
sion train. tourists here. We visited, Brenau G(o. I.. Taylor. pr-sidlent. and a half, has acelpted the call to the
Mr. Walter Ray represented the College, where we met Mrs. Minnie ,Lo:ii Barneit, first vice presid-nt. Ocala Christian church, and will he- Ocala Fla., Aug. 23, 1908.
Mr. alte r ala rrSenaturd thStovall and daughter, also Miss Bes- Patty Smith. secondd vice pr -sident, gin his work here at once. He will' Dr. ,James M. Brawner, S5 Luckie St.,
Martel section in Ocala Saturday. tvl n agheas isBs
,sie Porter of Ocala. the former of Gertie Paicnelder, third vice presi- preach Sunday, morning and even- Atlanta, Ga.:
Miss Cheater Kendrick is visiting 'whom showed us all over the build- (: e. ing. Was dog rabid whose head was sent
her aunt, Mrs. Frank Howse, on Fort'i..":',n -I. .Lile, fourth vice presi- Mr. Coleman will move his family vou by Carmichael? Negro man sent
her aunt. Mrs. Frank Howse, on Fort 'ings. 1
King avenue. We spent one day at Chattahooche ,lnt. ui) from Tampa just as soon as he oI you for treatment claims dog was
Park. where we list(lned :o the "Song Wil }-.:'. Dotdson, secri-tary. ;can find a suitable house, not rabid. Answer.
Mr. Ed Carmictael has sold his au- of the Chattahooche'" as it dance-s Ha"'ip Carlton. Tri-asurer. The Christian church is to be con- G. A. NASH, Mayor.
"':e ~'ii-e.E;:(,t EaA g= ThegChristeionaainschurching tohe sen-
to. He will buy a new and more cost-!along : E,(rth Era agent. graduated on again securing t.hGe ser-
ly one. I -i-..r Epvwor h iLague consti- vices of so excellent a pastor, and we A a A.
".'Out of the hills of Habersham, :i:ion the pr-si.',nt 0 any league welcome Mr. Coleman and family A Nas Ocaa, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith of MarteliDown the valleys of Hall." :A :st I a member rof the M. E. back to Ocala. Dog had hydrophobia. Negro in
are rejoicing in the birth of a little "': ,.In-eoih. The ,'t:-er officers may slight er. but would n stay.
daughter. I We worshipped at the new First *et7: () any evangelical church. Thet Messrs. W. K. Cleveland and H. L. JAMES N. BRAWNER.
.T a Bn f s Methodist church Sunday. The Sun- '., ,L p- at This n.eing that Wiggs. registering at the Duval from Mr. A. D. Mitchell of Summerfeld
Mrs. Thomatos J. Barunes of this citday. school i:-; in a flourishing condi- "- : en ;,er (cent. of the members Atlanta. were prominent Ipeople in was in Ocala yesterday. He says
is now a matron in St. Luke's hospit-;ion. The structure is a n-agnificen' o th. Y'(a! >'ch we- members of Jacksonville attending to business
al. Jacksonville. ione, T.he ostructurei ha c, , 4 i r that the county is suffering for want
Sone, the cost of which, when co.-t:* T': office r will e con- matters yesterday. Messrs. Cleve- of rain. That the earth is perfectly
ed. will be $54,1,11I'. Bi-ho)p Cansir .5 fir'n.fd or r,_j-(',td by tho< fourth quar- land and Wiggs have a proposition be- dry to a depth of six inches, and the
Mr. R. L. Aunderson, who is at Ho! expected to be present on this cc('.- :e i."C !:'.c'ne which will me-t pri- tore the Jacksonville board of trade o ep o gne d t
firnsArk., it* that heis ra-. ^^ r -,., pondls have nearly all gone dry. That.
Springs. Ark., writes that he is rap- sion. The pastor, Rev. B. F. ira- :, ::. ,-Ti'I o,'. the :lnnial con- tha, they are deeply interested inf we not have copious rains this
idly improving. He is suffering from being indisposed, his pulii: was 0v ; :'.;: : I,. Dece.nh. ". and, representing the Atlanta Motor fall and winter the outlook for next
an attack of rheumatism, filled by Rev. Ste.riing Wigin. P. P'HILLIPS. Company, are considering locating an year will be bad and i will be spe-
Ocala lad at the time of :am ; s agency here in The near future. They cially severe on e stock that largely
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood of this city ; ^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^^^c lysvr nlv^sokta ag
.Rev. R. L. Wiggins) mini-'y u o, BILLY ,'LSON GOT A BOOST are greatly impressed with the husi-
has gone to Atlanta to be with her i h atiy of Jacksonville, and on The ons to qech their
sister, Mrs. Lee Cox. who is quite sick T sixty-.-ocond anul c -.v. n' :n .'; .V. W"->n. assistant city should thy decide to establish an
with typhoid fever. of the- Georgia star, a:ri( .ri" < s r- -. :i. a:l' c' -:.t a:-nr Cf the Sea- ag-ency here there is no doubt about Mr. S. J McAteer of the Reddick I
S. P. Phllp h h disti society met here last week. Oel, (,; ri; ,,.' \i'" .I.: I.,ilwav, in this city, its sucCess.-Times-Union. neighborhood was in Ocala Saturday.i I
Mr. J. P. Phillips has the distinction!;n '-, i n He has bn th.i busine. i
of being the first person in Ocala to ,, managing t, 1usie
make a contribution to the Bryan and lures was ,te a tllress hv :. .... t- ( 1 ,.tifn (f city )ass-enger Mr. J. Pearson Moody is here from of the late Miss Ellen Huggins and
Kern campaign fund. IMclndn on "Womaus ,.:( a : ,..i;' ;, .r i n t Tampa. Mr. Wil- Jacksonville, and will spen(ld some has been on the one farm for a period
-er api nand W\oman's Rihts." I .' ,-.;:n is ,vwl merited, as time in Tampa and vicinity. Mr. Moo- of more than forty years. He says'
Oag goe ar aThere was a .titnl c Pr ,na*a .c:- '.' v,,c.l.. i .; :a'n-.siy an,! faithful- dy. who formorlv lived in Ocala, re- that he needs a littel rest and will
Orange groves are again petting to .. i ,'neuaiiirb n w ,
e g s ae ditoriumi Mondlay .vwi u f Ivn ly :.,i, hos id his c,)":pany's it''r- centlv enitert'd hw forestry branch of seek a vacation some time in October.
be orange groves in Marion county. c
be oranerwovds i Me areain o asics of TChe King' s .fT:2l '-, ,s" 4; h.' ;'all th tiiiie, and wv.hile the government service, and has been He has been an excellent manager.
In other words they are agae I.cm- I ;,cemil v: 'e l ^01*"-mng
ing valuable he i"(lem<-'nt v.1 h' r pr.' -n,. <: -12f "i. .' ;" joice i: ah;s well dese'v- s it oo his section to gather infor-
ng. alule Igog. :- ,11) "h-y r- -rt that his nation relative to the amount o()f Mr. Charley Counts, who has been
: ,-, p w : . "11:,11, h ': "ci ] away timb r re] by t rp -i n
Miss Fannie Connell of St Peters- It is an idi-'ut i !' n 1 r ciis him away timber now covered by turpentining suffering for a long time with tuber-
burg. who has een visiting Mr. and ht~ in ;a,:viil, ,;o: ,- ii* .,, '.i e,. -r. Vilsi was trans- operations, also the amount of round culosis, died at Shady, a few miles
burg, who has been visiting Mr. and Ihto illGiivit 1':
Mrs. L. M. Graham at Grahamville, is-: :,. 'ix ,l)fl h ..o Trom Oca!a ti:::.b-r standing, virgin or turpentine. south of Ocala, yesterday morning.
now visiting friends at Inverness. "'You'll .tar -l "' .oelks :-.yin' V ', ." '1! a -ini!-r v',si1ion with Mr. MooIy is a lirother of J. Sloman I His remains will be laid to rest today
The coior's put (on r,,','."t. I .<. l,', .r,--imeS-'Siin. IMoody, who recently purchas(,l an in- in the family burying ground near
Conductor Mcllwain of the Dunnel- toresr in the Tampla Automobile and BIllevicw. The deceased was thirty-
Ion "short." is back from a trip to| Y,. the o;.iini,-':c *' r-r ,-': :- ,CANNo'.T WAIT UNTIL THE LIST :Garag Co.-Tampa Time. eight ty-arsold, and wasa memberof1
South Carolina. where he, has been linut-: ;S PRINTED the Baptist church.
with his family. They will not re-e -'"" EXCELLENT HEALTH ADVICE
turn until some time in S1Temraber. 'AL' ',h "i, ,iiht be li tT. Editor Harris of -the Ocaia Manner -. Mr. W K. Cle-velanl is visiting his
B't 1 3-11 au inIs t' ,l -,',* t'. has announced in glowing headlines .Ms. M. Davison of No. .79 Gif- brother, ex-Marshai ('leveland. He
Mr. Pat Randall of Connor was a that },he ".v;s aiiointel receiver o: ford Ave., San .Jose. Cal., says: "The e to ckonville on the big ex-
visitor yesterday. He says that the ;,,,p-., i ., v. t.-, democratic aml)ain con1iril)1io)n worh of Elctnc Bitters a a gner-
"'white fly'" is quiet, in evidence among 1]]: .i- 1 .* f or Ma'i(i nty for the 1)roP1oti'T al family remedy. for headache, bil- cursi train from Atlanta. ie says
orangelg ,. onr Mariver.oH !l Q-'o oft h e "' n o tiIhioiun''ss andl torpor of the liver and there were thiry (ars, all crowded.
the orange gW on ,e river. H o,, , o.ab" o),( .: cf t. sBry:,s .lect'--n o th l'- bowels is so pronounced tht I am The excursion was announced as a
reports the river very low. ,, ,,'. hal:'s v.-i" ',-- iil v. ir ,-t "ail to se? lhat n-hu- proinpted to say a word in its favor. 'booze excursi o Jakonvle"
*.' -;i!1----1- t *ip the captains fr thor the benefit of those seeking relief d t h necessary.
M, lHatKn Ho.. ,t.-.';a-'d. Mr.." prud .K.. :... ...: ..^ .. ^ S1
Mr ,.tn c:ad !~tipo ~ 3 v .. .L... !o -.'.* .: ,=, i, --.,; \' ,r:: Ifrom those atiliction.s. There is more
..~..: ,.0,. -~lt hea. . .... l tha*:,, for the dligestive. organs in a
father a fne yof : a boy. Th"-(e'" -0" I' ... i .. -,;,np.,,nl... : ns il ~oe, fe! f 1- ...
"" Mr. ,J". .I .... f ..-- G, 'i o, o _c c Bitters ,Ga, in any Mr. J. t. lardin of Ga'Isden, Ala.,
low made his appearance at thn home ',. ,., Vs t e i n;-;i, iii" r i .,. ,.---, ..... '-nii. S ar. ,o -he-'r rI of I know of." Sold under a iy wa h s b,,'n in Ocala for several
of his parent : at Brunswicti. Ga.. ,'j-j. .. .. i ,Iuarante at Tvdings & Co. drug ,las looking a' or som e insurance
day night. -1 --u'ih. i i; i 'Ut" -' ?..-.!. -matters, r,,rurneed to his home yester-
.-.- l nt^'A, .. ,^ rh, a"-. :,'; Mi"rs. A. 1.. Eichelhieraer ,nd children ,lay. MIr. Har,!in was a citizen of
Sam Scriven. janitor at the cou, *, nl' h ST it a 'ou^ wi' .'. l,," Ixrha for o ears he l t ronl-! "
hosou dedashs, diiehidctybed a h(lfthis. f lt1if~ln~'rVe h,1incaa ih caacIi(',vw t yar i nd.
.,use died at thi h"nl. 1y ink'. | means ;possihle to effect a c'rne. w-it hior At!;: uta, where they will in futui,' a ii,'p.iew of Hon. H. WV. Long. He
yteTe~rday aftomoon at 4 (.'.ock. He (-, i J. L.. '. l 'I'., f)t (:l. ^, (,"' ai',,.i." \-iV'teS Joan H. Zirkik of reside. For some time past 'hexy have s}'eiit Friday nicht at Martel with, Mr.
was a brother of Bragg S-riven. H "i. '.-" ,,, p;, pi'., ,. ,i',,,:,.- Phili i.. W. Va. "tHe saw Chamtber-i, n .,n i Ta pa. .ur as Mrp. ."n:
lI ,ii (li .Piln'1 Coic, X (''hoe saw:n, Chamhrr- a '
died of tuberculosis. L, : l, ,hi" " ii heDa li Tm.bt" Mt'. ;
__.__,"-_ _._-',',' -I, i'' 'ry teniedy adve-rtised in the Phu~iHa l F;o:,,ll,.,,.,,,v',s. h,,alth is not go.od it is
--^, .,wh ha 'stu~l:. .er.,le,..,.n :i 'e :iii, ,i i. ]phia Republicn'in. and decided to ir-v ^rugii, that the change will b)e b,.ne- M,. john L. ,!\dwards. ehairmann of
Miss Mary B:'i..s of "-;.I'. who has:i>t mi.ru sb. !c lM. h w a on- . last ,,,,,Ilh. Ir., ei .;.q'n '' e, .a tm Iit. Ti'e l' suit :,. en11' ho~l p (i%|"(. ti ('nil I') :-ixr ~ Xl r. EiCh('l h(I'g.er will ,I1,, boar,! ol ((;f l c ';,P v C,,- flhisl iu eSl(l ..


name tur i t.
M;'. (;'eorg' K Robinmn and SO
w -!t %dwn 'o Silvvi-' Spri;.&rs Satur-
dlay to spend th day on tha beautiful
l)od!y of water in Mr. Robinson's very
handsome little yacht.

M:'. S. E. Gerken and Miss Lula T.
Grist were married one day this week
by Notary John E. Hailey. The happy
couple are tpe.nding their honeymWS
in South Carolina.


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HAD FRONTAL HEADACE
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DROPPING I iT TDOAT
MRS. ELIZABETH H. MARTIII,
38 Bowen Avenue, Chicago, 1L,
Chaplain Garfield Circle, writes:
"6Peruna has been a blessing to ow
family for a good many years, w
have all used it off and on for colds a"
catarrh, and I have ziven it to allof my
children with the beat of results.
"I found that a cold left me wltfl
catarrh of the head in a very bad fonm.
My head was stopped up, I had frotal
headaches, my eyes bothered me, a"
there was a nasty dropping ila my
throat which nauseated me and mod
it impossible many times for me toI*
my breakfast.
"As soon as I began to use Pernan I
found it relieved me, my heed -o-
cleared up and in a remarkably abut
time I was rid of catarrh.
"I can, therefore, give my persoml
experience with your valuable m Ii
cine, and am pleased to do so."
People who prefer solid to UquM
medicines can now secure Peruna tab-
lets,, which contain the medicinal 1W
gredient. of Peruna.
Man-a-lin the Ideal Laatve

Bryan and Kern clubs are bIing ov-
ganized in various towns in TIorida.
What's the matter with Ocala? Why
don't her young rt-i get busy? T be
speaking wi~l t ,',ast bhe helpful to
t hem.

Traveling men nearly all unite te
saying that caha is thi'1 ganwst IntT'
ior town In Flori'la. and ,ho's. mof
'if'e and activity. O(ala is a quiet,
'.vell-i',.havewl town. meC. Sh.- is almoMt
r( e from rowdlyism.
\Ta,'shal lull is hack from a three
w-ees" vacation .hi mostly in (Georgiai lIe says that to
siy he ha-; had "a g(l tlm&'" Is O



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it has alreadiv been successfully ttSt- 1i-Men say I was l;,thir :han "u1-- an.-
ol1. a14l tlb wheal crop of the lh'- bod(iy they have he nvi of. o, I sipp'os'
S,; SiaI's ro. fro nl 725,,4) 1 : ,<> lpti-i i t'sl-" 1 all rigu 1 )1 t bIti t 1 o1 ii
10s;.. as in 190>6. ',o 2.5 ) fIIo 1 fF\ Ai t's h eI l'h ansilortalI !io;i- i ol o l Wo- l\I
ia random figure-how far could tor- 1uit 111) if they haiI to do hlusi"ess for
eizn countries go toward absorlting. half their opriatinz Cxpensios anld
the American surplus? To what 1riwe noting for the higher officials or
Should wheat fall? Thirty-five conts? r1ase or stocks! Their premse a intent
Twent.- cets? At what price could it ito raise the rate- some mol may be
Sb- grown profitably? What would be exemplified 1by the parable of the two
the effect on the railroads. which only small boys and th, av; p:
two years ago were glutted with too Tommy Trucker .suplplicaiingly)-
much traffic? Would Europe 1,ave to "Aw!o Johnny. give us the core!"
abandon wheat-growing, even under johnny Railex dIecisively -"Aw,
tariffs especially designed to foster g'wan' there ain't g i to be no
domestic agriculture? core.
The mere suggeLstion of such a AndI it was To:.in.y-s ap)ple. too.-
change in the production of one of ThlodoroL .. M.,il. ( 1 i-iido, in Newv
the world's primary food staples leads York Proiuce No-w.
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A WONDER-STORY OF WHEAT MUSIC AT ROLLINS COLLEGE
SWriting on "A Miracle in Wheat. |Lovers of music throughout tae
in the Saturday Evening Post. Oscar state and beyond will be interested to;
,F. G. Day foresees a revolution in learn that the trustees of Rollins Col-,
wheat-growing that will upset all past lege have secured W\alter Drennen
:calculations. as instructor in vocal music, and in
SFive years ago Abraham Alamnis. harmony and musical theory, for tilhe,
an Idaho ranchman, while prospect- coming year. Mr. Drennen wili also.
iJ& in Alaska. ran across a small conduct the chorus class, which ha-i
patch of wheat. There was no way always been so fine antd saisfaciory a
of telling how the grain happened to feature of the colle-e lif-, ani will
)e growing th.Fre. The seedl may organize a glee club, whica will give
,ha-ve been dropped by a birdt or by an concerts in Mom. of the leading cities
[ Indian. or by stone straying gold of the state.
Shunter. Only one head of wheat ofe Mr. rtnne bplongs to one ot the
unusual size remained intact, and Ad- well knoxvn families of Birminghan,.
anrs preserved it. Alabanm,. his father. Dr Chares Dren-
ApfTer his return to Idaho, Adlams ni('1. having -,-oilOeol to Orlando sone,
S X ,lt'ifli<'n .i~ his find. The, fi'., fy,-a.s .-inc.. He st',liedt I vocaii l :j
i ^x nn \v'ihsh d h rt, 1--"
y.ear -ga herAi ,1,ve poVn ds ofl' f" "A < in ?os'on v."1h 0.
Sweat from 'he on1' heoad. Ti:.,, xiiX 't-l1.4 it11''i-'()!$ ; ;I I'^l .t:'"
year fIoin t" svefl i .1.- he li;- I S!, G >r!' ;.
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|lhe world's yiehi is 12.7 bushels, fortunate in ha .in, : -<" ;;!*'.< hi'- *-,'
\What will tbe lhe outcome-? Mr. Day vices. .Miss H i,-n Kathr',yn,: (J'N >;,1
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wheat, yieldlin uIp to 2,OO bushels to ano-forte.
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VOLUME 44, NUMBER 9.


OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST28, 1908.


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


IN THE STATE WITH NIGHT RID-
ERS


Mrs. La',ne and Miss Ehel Lane Hardin Springs. Ky., Augr. 22. '",.
le-er Inkle frank:
are back from heir summer vacation. When I le Ocala in June i the
__ __\\'hen 1 let" Ocala in June i L?.'l th,
Full line of school books and school old -st an' best edditeil nuzepap.-r in
supplies at the G(lobe. x fla. too fowler me. an' i she hiv lin
glad ever sence. I suplpoze yu he,-v
Mr. Thos. H. Harris is now at his :returned back from north kaliny ,' -
old place at the Variety Store.fotheze fu lines v m git too y.

Work on the government building fur i am a fur place tumn enny ra;e-
is progressing slowly, rode er ennything e(-lse, eggseptin the(-
table an' a very fine minnerul spring.
Mr. Hutson is at Citra today serv-- ifum which i manage too make out on
ing legal processes. !3 1-2 gallons per the day. Endurin
the las' fu daze i hey bin very bizzie
Mr. Bradford Webb came up from er keeping' mysef fum lickifyin' an' er
the lake yesterday and went on up to wishin' i wuz back ergin in c cala, wh.ir
his home at Kendrick. i cud git a cule l)reeze what didn't
cum thru a uvven. i hey bin mity n.
Mrs. Sallie Bell Croom has begun turrestid in the duins uv our ball Teem
the erection of another cottage on her an' am sholy proud 11v the hansuT.
lot on South Secon(d street, reckerd they hev bin makin' agin th-,.:;
thar perfeshernal teemnis they b-v bin
Mr. Richard S. Hall is back from a up against. i notis a fu strange nai.'s
brief visit to the mountains of North in our line-up ockaysicerly. bt i b 1)
Carolina. them teemnis they hev played hadl :.
more hoam boys on their Tems :;h-i.
Mr. F. M. Harp, of Eureka, was in jour teem had strangers on o-:rn .hP-
Ocala yesterday and witnessed the boys, every 1 uv them. hey ail ila::d
heavy down-pour of rain. mity good bais ball. .nr' Lev b:rN '
--- --- well supported by the ,,.pe>-,
There isi such a moderation in thtwel supote b The ,
Thr i such a moderation in th things air sholy lively ip hear in
weather that now light blankets are this state, because of them itaul:s
lot uncomfortable, what call theirselves nil-riders., vn'

Mr Ravymond Bullock has returned what under the cloke uv hennifit:tin
from McIntosh. where he was called 'the pore tertacker groar reep a hilde
on professional business, lot uv .rivit venzince und--r the kiver
uv nite. er lu daze erg-) t:. guvver-
Mr W P. Williamston was a visitor nor uv this grate conimn", >'h. he up1
to Ocala the first part cf the wetk an" to 'eem to shute an"' ,11 s'ut ter
and remained several days with us kill whenever them !-'-r,.l rs a-
.ta(cted them an' he wud rite out er
The sheriffs office collected yester- pardon on the spot. ;hen a j-,!,. ,ole
day an old fine tof four years' stan'.- a gran j(wry Too ivns :-"'.,' h!n an'
ing for $13('. the prossecutin' aturnyv an' see ef they
M uz niteriSers, an' .*, t. v :.; ler s.y
Mr S I. Friday. R.edick's prosIper- <. ,ut not tu lod. then ,. v "ri,'l.
ous nir.har.r-. cla il Ocala Tues- nite .ie' .'t jOr f P ( -.nil.rs.
w 6- a \i il o r t o O c a l a T u es d a y ; a s r a n e,1, t* s a y , "vtz c. k wtu e d
a n' s 1,ra wcge*-14 1s y II -, v-!)Z 'u te
i s, e by tht lpa ,er- tl,!:iv ihat they
Marcus Prank was "'.shing forS- <.hinare'ioius i in c
...hex ldni h. \.n a ('ase rio :i,. in T|be
tomers all ?.v .y sterlay, and did .
o .!hoam town of Abrum Linkin. an' that
not fish in ain I o
it ne nol nht k-l!ii d er hiole lot ii\ \ in-
Mis.- Lucile Moore entertained a nersent niggers an' 1,*rn-1i er lot uN
Fmall number of01 her friends Tuesday th'ir" houses, an' yet ain' <,;t the nig-
ev+-ning in honor of Miss Ruby g 'r ,vhat 'it the fSe--s iA sort u1
Thrasher of Micaniopv. jtokes. north, east. south .an, we,t ir
this grate country uv i-; 'n wheI j

Several Anthony parties have b en h tred erhoinut this her rio, i thot uv
arrested for shooting hulltats in vie-i Bob Ingussoll's l',:rty talk er'Jout the
nation of the statutes. The cast will live an' the, north star. an >.nde-ed
latif of T]hen' bez atus!ins.t
be tried Saturday.ef h .' ,ti,,n't ibe old satan l i ,':-n him
l-- oaver. i slppoze the northern nuze-
Stepihen Jlewett. a popular traveling Ipar, r iter, \ill now aiIolleri'ize fur
man out of Ocala. is in the city. Mr. ihe Sp'ring.,.'i Jewett is stopping at the Hillsboe- gang of hoodllms dun it. hIle' ef it
ough.-Tampa Tim-+s. ,wuz ,dun1 in ihe soutih the saim hood-
---- utim? wul h. v bin the 'D-4 e ',il in
Mr. W. A. Kallenberger ha sever- Ik., stait. I i wuz a .liitetr uv a
ed his connection with the Ocala |nuzepapr an" lived i.u the ,out- i-an
House Wine Rooms. He has not yet I sla w.ud je tu e d
decided upon an:y line oe business. g tu my ls uv 1t ranskrips.
-"T a' Mr. J.--Harvey Phillips of Tamipa. a~e nu yor ,,e 0,: t!. ca~o ,rib
Mr.~ ~ ~~, J. Haie hlis fT ia tnes an g i a ed~litom'ial tb-v had em'-
well known young traveling man. who! u a i a i t, h
'.. .. ~ u b io t ira i ~ pu~ is,'.
has man- friends in this city, is bout he atlanta riot an i v.,11 ,:i.
-* u t i t1 with onlv :hr n ;T;:? '
spending his vacation in Asheville. .a i atlt/. . :.
springfeeld. i.l. i ges 7.unman ;tat
t e e h Califor a is hum an natur n.os cv ,rywl ar :.cto
No state except perhaps California l ... ..


.,~ --- --- 1 I thev jeQ sot nmo natir fTr.n .ii nuirn h!
can equal Florida as a fruit produc- the .brand utnkmrke.l in th.- '-tai.s u'n.-
ing state, and Califorrnia only in quan-Iter1 n
tity and nont in quality nor variety. le as tow n.
-iant well .*ggs-,' ', a.ut-d thmn

Little Miss Elinor Nixon, who has an hopin this will find yu the saint.
been visiting relatives inn Ocala. has your trooly.
bi,-.mj d. % tm nit in this c'itv -- SI1 I" .


IrLUri UG X0LUtfJr L5jLLZ- ILA '
(G.Anesville Sun.


Mr. Burnett's graphophones are the
Mr. Vernon Roberts of the firm of finest *'what is." and his Bryan's ora-
Smith & Roberts, Tampa. is in the tions seem as if the real Bryan was
city for a few days on business, in the flesh and doing the oratorical
performances. At the next meeting
Mr. E. T. Williams has received his of the Ocala Bryan and Kern Demo-
commission as registration officer and cratic club these productions from


MR. RAWLS ALSO PROMOTED DOES ADVERTISING PAY? THE BRYAN f ND KERN CAMPAIGN 'WE HAVE THE SAME QUEER MEN
FUND AND WOMEN IN OCALA
\V a'. n- l, n inf. .ror...- h d hat Mr Er- For th*'- .,y- ,e of o'ir local it:-
n-st Raiwls. 'it, ti(',kt a-nk (\ *.e. sTit!. ions ran a :a w lhcal aive:ti-e- \VWe have had no r-por's frm,)n our Says the Lon1dmlo Tit it.-
S. A. I.. in this ci!'y. vwho is now aon;y me-uls aniiGOinig ;hat on Monday lieuten.ants in the field y-t. but we (Call a girl a chik and ihe h tmilps;
on his vacaitio(n. has been apioint- a special I:ce wou-ld be given on a received two remittances yesterday! call a woman a hen and she. howl.
!ic(l:,t agent for he saj]e roa.d :n rrain article of -Iry goods, from patriotic democrats who could I ('all a young ato lan a witch ianid he
Tamp%. and will report in Thai, cty The prolpriet('r told a repr-'s nta- no! wait for the committeeman to call is phl.ae.l; (call an o)1t woman a witch
for duty on SepTemb-r 1sbt. \V. H. ive of this pall-r that at closing on them. and she is indignant ('all a Kirl a
\ilson. whom Mi. Rawis succeededl, time tha, afternoon not a yard of the( One of these letters was from Mr. kitten anl she rather likes It- call
as we have already stated, has been a,voerti-ed article vwas ,o be found in E. P. Thagard; the other was from a woman a cat and she. hate" you.
transf erre, -rom Jacksonville to lis stwre Col. L. P. Miller, and each enclosel \Women are qutwr
Tampa. where he will be city passern-' Does advertising pay? one dollar. If you call a man a Kay dog it will
ger agen, tor tbfe Seaboard. We con- As: M.r. Golin:an, one of the pro- A dollar contribution is enough if flatter him; call him a pup. a hound
r-atulate both these energetic young prietors of the Globe, we can get enough of them, or a cur and he will try. to alter the
?.m-n on their successful promotions This institution since its opening We hope that other good and patriot- map of your face He doemant mind
..i hoIe that they will continue to in our' city has been a very liberal ic democrats will follow the example being called a bull or bear. yetH be
climb 'to the top rung in the railroad user of printers' ink, with the result of the gentlemen named. will object to being mentionol a a
business. that the people have implicit confi- calf or a cub Men are queer, too.
--- dence in a statement made in its an- PLEASANT PARTY AT ANTHONY
ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENTS nouncements. Their advertisements -A DRY TOWN'S VISITORS TO A
are always short and to the point, and Mr. A. R. Griffin gave a very pleas- DRY TOWN
No, O'-a2a is not a sanitarium and they know how to tell the people of ant and enjoyable party at his resi- -
:t is L.,t ,ai:g,-ro'is to visit it. In- it when they have anything out of the dence in Anthony. Tuesday evening. Quite a nijnibr of youngg men went
ieed. th he;-.!th of the town is in ordinary to offer. Dancing and music were the big fea- to (;aineville to se, the match ame
.-+re good s'-aiq --- At l as, h t""w a
cry go slae At least that's what tures of the evening's pleasures, while between Tkh Palatka and (;ainesville
lie doctors sy, and the crowds that CUPPID AT WORK delicious refreshments in the shape teams. One returned, minus a new
attend the moving picture shows of ice cream, cake, etc., were served straw hat. on. came back with tho
stem to sustain what they say. Two marriage licenses were issued (luring the evening. Among those addition of o gls In e,
W Hrif for t- st co Trom the county judges office yes- present were Misses Mattie and Zei- brought back the improson of a
M". W. I. Harris, for th>* past cou- trday. One was for Mr. George mGreMilliganEu n in hi i..e Alte ther
,)I- of .ears with the H. 3. Masters I Yarborough and Miss Inez Walters ma Pasteur Grace Milligan, Enna and brick in him mi.. Altp thwte
,i. ,yars wiethoia the H Mtr a orghr and Mir. e Walters Myrtle Shealy, Dorothy and Ted was a lively time at the di t In
Cn;pany. has accepted a t-osition as!'and the other for Mr. Richard Sutber- .. .... ,,'%-__ .___-1lk.........-..-.--. ...


boor.keeper with the Boewell Com-
p;-ny na Hernando, in Citrus county,
and will leave Ocala about the first
o! Sepiptember. He is a fine young
man and enjoys an excellentrep'.:a-
Tion.


TLe At'anta Constitution says that
the little b.ind tigers are made pets
(oft in Savannah. And the Savannah
pai.rF say that the near beer of At-
lanta has :; per cent. more of alco-
hol Thai the real article in Savannah.
It is Ir, ,Ot and the kettle passing
('OflltJlli~llle i 5.

Mr. Ca:'isle Izlar, after" spending
.-ever; ] .ays in Ashe;il'e, spent Mon-
day at Saluida Ps the gu-st 'of Mr.
Frank Harris. Jr. fe will spend the
i, tc'.,, of this wv-ek at Tryon with
r-lativ,. golig tro:n there back to
Packvif!e. S. C.. to spend-(l i couple of
weeks with his aunt. Mrs. Buist.

M. E. iS';rnnyv Jim Robinson. on,
,f e' i,.est :'nown traveling m(n in
the state, is in the city (n his way to
a. h,,alth r.-sor,. having been indlispos-
.,! for son.e time. Mr. Robinson has
earned the s-.briquet by rapi1 sales of
"SSunny Jim" n*"oe.-Jacksonville Me-
tropolis.

Mr. .lJoh. .Juhan of Crystal River.
formerly of this city. is enjoying a dle-
lightful vacation at Asheville and oth-
er places in the mountains. Mr. W. W.
Carlton of Rockwell, another former
Ocala young man, who went to the
! mountains with Mr. Jnhan, is enjoying
himself hugely at Hendersonville.

Mrs. Chat. IL. Livers, of Summer-
fild. was in Ocala Wedlnsday visit-
ing her mother. Mrs. Nancy S. Wal-
lace. Ocala's "oldest citizen." Mrs.
v, rs is weledl to Summerfield an !
refus-s all persuasi(on to live else-
whero..


Andrew Jackson Snell of the Moss
Bluff section was tried Tuesday for
killing a deer out of the lawful killing
season, but the case was dismissed.
The county game wardens are on
zhe lookout and are trying their best
to have the game laws enforced.


The distinguished gentleman from
the Japanese Empire who is visiting
in Ocala will continue to tell of his
experiences into the mysteries and
^>^i-^rii-*> nrf nlln- Pti^-ili' tifl'ni fith /nrm rh-


land and Miss Eva Prevatt.
,ir. Yarborough and Miss Walters
live in the southern section of the
county and Mr. Sutherland and Miss
Prevatt in the western section.
Miss Walters is the youngest
daughter of Mr. Thomas Walters, an
old Randnd Army man. and who also
belongs to the army of the Ocala
Banner reade(-rs.
We wish the young couple a long
era of domestic felicity.

A navigator of one o(f the Standlard
Oil vessels, who was wrecked and
wave-tossed, tells among oTher things
the following: "We rounded the Horn
in thirteen ays, after sixt.-two days
out of Portland. and made the back
stretch up to New York. a total of
about sixteen thousand miles in ex-
actly 111 days. Our best (lay's run
was 3(6, miles, lut the most remniarka-
Ile part of the -.voyage was the num-
ber of full mocns we had lfor sailing.
We left Oregon under a full moon.
met another as we crossed the equa-
tor in the Pacific, sailed under anoth-
er around the Horn, met another at
the Atlantic equator, and ran into
Now York almost tundelr one.-New
York World.

From -ll the farms along the Miami
river a large crop of guavas is being
gathered, and they find a ready sale
in the city. Within the past week
the fruit has been ripening rapidly
and the owners of trees are having
their hands full to gather the fruit as
it matures. Jelly making is now the
chief occupation of many of the Miami
housewives, and the scent ot the boil-
ing juice meets one's nostrils in all
p2rts of the city. Some very choice
avacadtloes are also being gathered
from the groves along the river and
these are being bought up by the riv-
er merchants as fast as they are
brought in.-Miami News-Record.
*
Mr. \V. R. Dodson, representing
the Stetson University, was in Ocala
yesterday and made the Banner office
an appreciated call. He was in com-
pany with Mr. Edwin Spencer, .Jr..
who is a student at the university.


Mr. Doulson is a bright young man
and gives an enthusiastic account of
the college. He says that the Car-
negie library, a building costing $100,-
(oo, is nearly completed, as well as
several other buildings. Mr. Dodson


nouwen. irs. Anna Srouoi, 31essrs. iainesville just am the' train pulled
George Pasteur. George Keeney. Ward out for Palatka Take another trip
and Albert Griffin and J. C. Howell. there, gentleman. Plertapa yu will
The music for the occasion was fur- succeed in bringing hornme a few mom
nished by Mrs. Stroud, pianist bruises and hlopes Palatka Cot.
Everybody had a big time ar is al-i Jacksonville Metro|iiti1
ways the case when the Griffins' home
is thrown open. W K ('levelaud. inventor uf the
- -Atalapta aitto Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reviere of which .Jack.minMille. i-, to t male
Sutherland, Fla.. have had a series of Floridla healIijiiirtrm 4tccomiiintl.il hy
remarkable births in their family. Wilbur ('l,.*landl ,.f (wI.la. aa"ln
Their first child was a girl; four years re|'ist'ru at th, l.ial fro n m Vlanta.
after came twins-a boy and a girl; --*lM'ksn-il. .e M#-tromli-.


three or four years intervvened when
there was another girl-now the sec-
ond pair of twins-boy and girl. This
often. The oldest child is now ten
is an incident rot halip-ning v,,iry
years of age.-Lake City Index.

Capt. Frank H. Lytle,. the "game
cock" of our county, came up froni
Lake Weir yesterday afternoon to be
present at the populist convention
which is advertised to meet in Ocala
today. Owing to the fact that Mr
Watson will not be here and th.e
railrorads declined to give low rates.
it is anticipated that the attendance
will be small.

Capt. John Welsh of Miami has ac-
cepted a position with the Florida
Life Insurance Company, and will
make Jacksonville his headquarters.
-Jacksonville Metropolis.
Capt. WVelsh was- former citizen (if
this county and his Marion county
friends are glad to know that he is
still young and active enough to hi-
hustling for insurance.

Mr. E. C. McLeod of Kendrick was
in Ocala yesterday and said -Y.
i thought he would1w e oni melled to


M1r N-vi % in. ? t, titau, fa.4hific-
ablois.- tali r. will l' t~ of,''u t 0 0F r I An-
dIrumn. S 4 and will 1w' e'i. .PraD

fro~ij: rr%.n N C .iii~t he % ill %ia~t
bo t h TrY' in ri n Sa ludata t.-f'rwe he rob-


Tho- Gain, tille Sul,*annivoneeo
ftl', *isadnim#-nt (of the EGaine.4,11til
iuggrogatitn of has.t't-lia .lh1.'r% known
as the Oak I1alls The)' j1AV41 ~ia
pretty game of htwll mnift niluAtarln.'d
the rt-pulat Ion o)fthat ctiv a).o,%wt
onl tho. liarniml~fi

Sanmuel Bareo opf Marifin emtu?'. Is
th-' gu.'.t (of hk F1 It H Harrto.
oni tho Ho'ilevarit After -e':iding a
few .1a.%4 in this cnt % ht- &i lpr~p
COP4d to L~argo tc, %ikit his fd;h-r who
t., the popular cavhivir fut tho. lMrgW)
ha~nk.--Tanipa Tribu~ne

.NIr. 'r .1 M' Hj#e of 4uemil,
passed t hri-igh E fia l &f.rda% He
i% tra' eltnc for a uNmituire. rtsn-~rae
at H1gjh Point. N C. font. of I,.. larx-
#-St mrmiinuta iririK t fi%% n, ill Ihe
S4oilrth.

Silp.'tI Il#'111,itit ( 'aIrn-.4'a s ;it PI-uiro


"- C' ""' ....... ".... " *I* u ves later0I t. -ehr,,,, ',,l lleltn c
never yet dvo'el f-r a candidate thfat- ';as l,,iat..i "b.r,. a.s f e,,t Of
he was not sure to be ,lef'.ated,, so if ,,raTIo aind aft. r-,aard.l the *fat of
he voted for Bryan it mean; defeat, so ft .. !and" ,a,4a rh,.iti., tth,. app-
he would be comppelled to ;lay .Jonah tit.s sths, pr. nt
for Taft. ____
Mr.. (' W iunte'r. nianAer *f the
A case from ('itra was heard before Ocala ;a ('-i,,Ianv.. is ht nitning el-
Judge Bullock yesterday, that of Wial- t .n-i, inipro. mn.'n,. to pult the plant
ter C. Tucker vs. R. S. Shortridge. lm lsijion t4 tak. e arp of tho IW
Messrs. Owen & Royall of Jackson- |creasel diisimn,., it i% expecting for
ville ropresentedl Tucker andl Messrs.1the winter.
Davis and Martin of Ocala represented d
Mr. Shortridge. It was a civil suit! .M R W. Ervin camet up from the
and resultedl in a mistrial. This is;,i \WeVir section Tue-sday. He t
the second time it has been trial. Ijports that rains have ben gnerou
downn his way for the la.4t several


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Those democrats who fan the lerIleS .lha i wisI)Ioi. ,M. aii.;.i :-
flames of factionalism and keep alive )power as an agitator is admitted,. He
the embers of dliscord and bitterness : makes a creditable beginning this
are as so many enemies in the camnp.l yar in a much hi-her role."
They are "disturbers of the peace'* Yes, and he will gain s' e.g. h as
and should be put out. he continues, and by the third of No-
Let us be big enough to let bygon-s vemnber the country will be pretty
be bygones. Let every democrat of nearly unanimous for him.
Florida-with his face turned well to-
ward the rising sun-pray tor a polit- HOIST ON HIS OWN PETARD
ical regeneration and a new birth, ____
and once again see the democratic It is needless to employ reason anal


Mr. Edgar Inglis. son of Capt. John
IL Inglis, well known in Ocala, is vis-
iting in Nashville.

The Texas independence party has
nominated E. W. Kirkpatrick of Mc-
Kinney for governor.

The republicans of Texas have put
out a full state ticket and adopted a
platform.

Adlai Stephenson is speaking in
Chicago. He and Gassaway Davis are
a youthful pair.

"A convict dies after being captur-
ed from wounds received." are the
passing headlines of a news dispatch.

There have been ten indictments
found against the Springfield rioters.
One of the indictments is against a
woman.

Gov. Hoke Smith of Georgia has
called an extra session of the legis-
lature of that state. It is called to
convene August 25th.

Engineers have begun a survey of
the Colorado river, and will prepare
estimates with a view of making the
river navigable.


way go over again some of the events
which have made life interesting to
me."
"Starting with this point in view."
the editor of the World's Work says
that Mr. Rockefeller "goes on to tell
in a simple and frank way his exper-
iences in many fields of effort. He dis-
cusses with straightforward direct-
ness, without a particle of self-con-
sciousness, the statements which have
so frequently been made against the
Standard Oil Company in connection
with the so-called oppression of rivals.
He writes not in any way a defense,
but gives the story of just what hap-
pened, and the reader is left to draw
his own conclusions.
"His early struggle to get a start.
his first job, the hazards of the oil
trade, the building up by conservative
management into a substantial busi-
ness what had always been regarded
as a mere risky adventur-, the pln
pictures of his early patrons anal
friends, his generous praise of those
who worked with hinm. the statenient
that more credit has been given to
him than hb' deserves in thie building
up of the Standard Oil Company, andl
his account of the founding of this
great company, make a contribution
to periodical literature mniore interest-


party of this state unfold itself into a
patriotic and great party.

WHY FLORIDA WAS SO SLOW IN
ATTRACTING IMMIGRATION

Persons who are puzzled to know
why Florida was so slow in settling
up will understand the reasons if they
will read ex-Governor Duval's letter.
which is printed in the Banner this
morning.
The fertility of the soil and charac-
ter of the country were entirely mis-
understood.
Soon after this letter was written


intelligence in an effort to show that
the democrats leatler is not guilty of
the charges which Tom Watson has
been making ever since he began this
campaign. If ever a man was hoist
by his own petard tha: mian was Tom
Watson when he attempted to show
that Mr. Bryan had snubbed the Con-
fedlerate soldiers by voting against
Speaker Crisp.
It was easy to establish the fact
that Mr. Bryan votted in caucus and
on the floor of the house for Crisp, and
that the latter held him until the day
of his death in th.- highest esteem.
,The unspeakable impuden'-e of Tom


tue aeminoie In4ilan war toilowed. ., ,,.
the Seminole Indian war followed, I atson in going about the cmontry
which lasted a long time, and broke Ii o h cr
ftrt-senrving something on -ehalf of
out afresh in 1S57. then followed there Kening soet hing on behalf of
~Stpeai.er ('risp. which Crisp lhimself
civil war andl the reconstruction pIe- S me, or risp, which Cr h s
riou. had never resented, for thu simple
reason that it ,l'.tn'r exist, is only
From this on Florida will have no is h s all
paralleled l byhis suporlativo gal! in
,traw back s. an ~t no state in th e I'n- , ., ., .. ,- i
drawbacks, an no stae in the Unalludling to the Crisp canlidlacy at all.
ion is making more solid and sub- .... ...... ..- ., t,.., .t ti .-. h_-


inir than anything' that has been tnnh- stantial growth.


The taxable wealth of Texas will lished for many years.
show $60.0tX0,000 increase this year. "Mr. Rockefeller has much to say
and the rate will be materially reduc- about the philosophy and conduct of
ed. business; the American business man
and his methods andi inspirations.
Narrow-minded, selfish bigots are which he highly praises. He sets
always finding fault, and the entire forth also his idea about giving effect-
pack is barking at the governor's i ively. and pleads for efficiency in phil-
heels.-AApalachicola Times. anthropy. This chapter is of striking


It is going to keep on that way. It
is destined to be a garden in which
will be found every luscious fruit and
vegetable that will grow in a tropical
and semi-tropical clime.

PUTTING ITS SINS ON TO THE
SHOULDERS OF OTHERS

T'r >.1 Q~ i{*.>; 1 1 i i^C t ,% ra..-forri.ncr tn\


egotist was voting for himself for
speaker aT the very time of Bryan's
alleged opposition to .Judge Crisp.
It is one of those instances of po-
litical depravity which make tht. nor-
mal man exclaim. "0 shame, where is
thy blush." and could not even he
comprehended by anybody who didn't
know Tom Watson.
In 1Tiito of rht, freout-nt andi cateror-


CUTICURA CURED



MOTHER AND BABY


THE OC&LA BANNEN MR. ROCKEFELLER'S REMINIS-IDUTY OF FLORIDA DEMOCRATSITHE NEWSPAPERS ARE ALL
CENSES PRAISING BRYAN -
L--N----- KE,8E8 GMartin of rosl, Suppose the railroads of Florida had
Mr. George C. Martin of Brooksville,
FRANK HARRIL Editor.No man in all the worl is more, in conversation with his friends, gives: More and more it is beginning to acted with some degree of busin.
P. V.LAengod 1, uaines Manager. generally misunderstood antl more a very graphic and thrilling descrip- look like a picnic for Bryan. acumen and a s
-. ____ --- __ thoroughly abused than Mr. John D. ltion of the Denver convention. Nearly all the newspapers that were ed the interior towns the same as tl:
Rocket *ler, who. during the genera- At a certain stage in the procePd- very hostile to him in 1S96 are now have the seaport cities. wh a i
V,^ tion no, living, has been at the headl ings the different delegation. march- praising him. Even th.?, New York iture what a great stae Firi wol
of the Standard ',il Company. Mr. ed around the hall. with banners wav- Sun and the New York Times are b tolay.Anl how such a olicy wl
Rockefeller did not inherit any ac-ing and wildly hurrahing, scattering dowers at his feet. and the have built ul) th railra 5. -, ,
cumulations. andl in his voui h anwl As if seized with sudIden inspiration, stately and llconsevarivt New o'k Every )ice of freight
young anho<: had to buffet with none of tir> delegates got a bann-ir with Herall is :forc-"d to sy that "i now ^,ing out ,would ha 1), I, U(.i
SSIthe worli the same thousands of a picture of Bryan. ani, climbing over 1,zins to look like Bryan." aris for the railroad hd) ,l',. ;i i
others, anal hai the !i- trials ansi the copings and rafters of the rear To slow th weare not dra-wing on interior cie
\disappointments.f He fii.l" triumph-: hall succ 'eii in placing, it beside a c:l inlauina'on andi that our enthu- rates as zi\en the s. pr 'itt ,
ef. ani froi small bg in:s ias still larger I)icture of George Wash- siaasm i- ,ot :-u'nii.g away witi 11r .aking 4o ,iscrint io a
Your flag and my flag. and how it flies built up onI. of ihe most col,-sal ,us- iit Ton. After the applause had about jui1m,.n. ,ve make the following ,.x- aivy 01 thf, gr-eat ma n.'t,. it i
today; in.-ss en!, rplrises tlie world hus .v.-r.sul)si,:-,,l this delegatee tl' n took t he I:-I: et- ;;'o:I. t .m of th lit .- .i|,p ) .. iir s v l! hai t-I ,s llii,
In your land and my land and half the kn-wn. Bry n banner an lace besil a ,,X :-.. ,,..l in im ait all ths towns an cits id .
world away; il!. ,. i tl ni w ll tknown. (,. a:
Rose red and bl.),d red i' sri; s f. r- Mr. Rof.-1lr is i kind pi: : massive picture of (;rover Cl-vein.. N! .'...
ever gleam ; w an 1 .' is plnir: aii',i 1o,,ii'a .'Hti,, *.\ h tn this a: was' ... ": . Bnow Whiti and soul white, the i ., , *,- 'r' th,. t; i'- \ ,l ,.
forefath-rs' drea :n :, fa .., -" : ..,n, rh '- ,.',ini., coio *n it:,on ,- nt wil,'. The:'.' w\ s N i ', ... 1 ' ... . '
Sky blue and true blue,. with stars tia: Bali, o, i---'iil .\: .'i h,'st- 1 i ', 1 i- :i i, -.'' ';'. v '"*., Ih t it\ -I. ",
g lea m a rig ht. ,,. .. : , ,. ,., v r ; ;t: -,
e g lr uit im )f th- day. a a .. |'l.pi. ,r ha.... v. : h n r- : .* -. ,, , .,: ) . ....: .:
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w white and blue. 'r-0-s r ,':. . T li ,. > ,o .I ; Parker'- t. is ..i.i()i1'-"' l"Ill, a I f tP ('*np. -I'Iiln '' .o: ,i, (.. "' ;'.. .
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 28. 1908 ,1- hO!r s l.is Mr. o, 'k .',.lI-tri irstruiniflt it s lar, lyi The work of hi- iv I' was. 111 ':,, i. !,, .'. s1n.2 :i,\
-_ ;jlays golf. H- is r nlar anl s.I ,i-eas' han.ls. ,i. l i le t1v.,h- n1. i j ieft. ',lit-e-,','" tWIn E A T (' u., tir in Il.. a;-h :.
--- --- as in is l- deovotion-s. lit- hs a sipw hall a ligt,-r and nio:', popIilar :iiai li ,,i-. 1 MTI('<1 t}ia' l.tt, Tiii as hiC
The Congo annexation treaty has 'in the church, arnd it is i^u-larly ,c- than he had ever ieen b e+.forelt. is quite l>e,>, Ci allii-p'o ," ,t' cniahi. \V. 'iiI thet. lola at it1L Thon as. Thinu
been adopted. cupied. He attends Suniilay school Democracy ha,! hal a new birth, r'ecail no oht-hr plic (tT.ralie.e his r. ow re ersed. (; rav.s an.l o
andl has family iravrs. Sur-ly not Every democrat ",as elated of which that bni,.i t T),sait. "IJrnl aC now ,lehonciInd Tn an1
The American fleet is now at S.vd- a bad( man. I)emniocrats are in a majority in th-, Quoting what the Sun man,! Tinm.i, (stiTtio is wkl Y l .v)
ney, Austoloa. Mr. Rockefeller is a "che-erful giv- lUniteal States-the trouble nas leen say th.-, New York \Vorl1, a'i'is t 1e In hol u this hands T, si.,.nsl
"V ---- er." He has founded schools, colleg- that they have not been united. Fac- following: a t) l.n th. sial that stl 'j c,.
The Hain brothers are held for the es. universities and hospitals. Hi- tion has been warring against faction "These rt'sstinmials to t!he chaing._-hi1 t,;(.ritcin --al th, ', hi,. it i
murder of Annis. ;benefactions reach out in all ,liroc- anal tbe results that have followed tone of Mr. Bryan's utTrances re,,t-, i s
itions. He is the world's most colos- have proven the maxim that "a house to his recent aollres at Ds Moib.es ,'rass
There was a big flurry and drop in al benfacior. dlivildel against itself cannot stand." ()n the subject of -hlie tariff. In this. ,,,!, ,'
cotton Thursday. There is so much misconception We rejoice that the party is unit edl as in his speech of aceptianc!-, thi Fl ia r k:tw rhi t lath.p, l.': I.s
surrounding Mr. Rockef-ller's life once more, anai that victory is in the -ioderation and tlignitv of whiich w-re fort th l laue '
-- has favo)red, the l,'Ltislatu' a:. ,, Ih
Gov. Johnson will again make the that he has been indue-.1 to write air. first coi:menldd by the World. Mir.
race for governor of Minnesota. i his "*remniniscenses. The.--e remninis- Why cannot the democracyy of Flor- Bryan has alone much. to convince the ]i te w ;rhathlessiy awaits., al a
__- censes are being lprintel in the idta-catching inspiration from the country that h has outgrowvfln soit, of
Titusville continues the county seat "WVrl.l' Work"- magazine example set at Denver--"get toget[- the errors of youth and iinexperi-tic+. sigh of relief went p wh in o et
"A-si pllc of le St'n the arn nolin Cewo asan
of Brevard. In the opening chapter Mr. Ro:-ke- e'r." anl be once more a united, pa- "A political leader who has a s.-
______ I ellr s~s:~ prty awas made t hat Mr. ILEngle+ hail line,
Ifeller sa-s. triotic party' rious message to convey to his co:n--
--- -; i ~ e a y s i i o i n r~ t \ .^ ,, Iu w it h t h ,e s ta t e s e n a t o r s a n dl r ,ep r ,
The negro with stitches in his "I have come to see that it mynv fan-, Why should the democrats of Flor- trymnier. adols weigL' to his woris amt iese so r e er
heart hes died. ily anil friends want some record of idla use beak anal claw against one an- gives strength to his cause by clo'sh-n lk th oer a
things which may shed light on mar- other, ing his thoughts in the lanzuag-e of so- p t saifcor Th
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The first issti or the Sanfira "tl:r-' Th. nt.-x" :,.,*.:., \ .
ald lies on our exchange table It -- i'rtn .\a.,A 'i:,'; .: A ',.. C .. .i
pography it is a nmoilel. A.s soon as R '.hmn'i. \' \a,. :... : a .
you scan its make-up anl its print you uniIer rhe .r'--i.l, n R i
at once realize that it is the work of jiligan. LI. I
a master of his trade. It shows in i Th,. h,'aiiir',.r, ili Y.. a' rl
cry line that those behind it take i a .Jeff.rs.,n. antt tai. k:. .-!'* ...-t>,n
I)riale in their work anil try to exc-.l. wI-ll b. heili in I :'l a; ;:', ,'in: "--r
WVhn we run across Osborn's nam' iare man.> ,rir ,,i,.. [,'-.;, Am, 4
as one of its staff we can at once ac- rhim Murph' :,.. R.'tnn<.,, : 'h
count for its excellence. The pap,*r lxinitn F.', .t1. ,,i. '. + ,i
would reflect credit on George Burn- th.--, ht. ..na l, ..< ..ii ,.t .-l- l
side in his palmiest days. eat. anil lir r. C, ':... <.n ,
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The Moon is now the name of t h-y al s-ure',
Quincy Heralbl. No. The young mrin! The plan- "- ,C -" I'.'< Ir-,
is not moon struck. In looking o.-r. a l,ml.a-ant an :11 .rt:'.t&!- !n.--;n0
the realms of journalism he founlil A\ pro)zran il %i'.. -.1. ..* a 'r ;''-
Suns and Stars, anal the thought that F, r any ,i.sir.. ::. ., a r' ,,
Florida was entiileal to ev+t yr hling c gC..t.rat s.r.'.rv i--ni (-T 'f
lo tial. so Quincv has the Moon RBy the ai -, itf' i,, .A C .. ..*.'. j ip..",
the way. it will be observed that the t, itr'r ., .* ... -I C i (.. ,ri and
moon shines brighter in Florida that. *.. .;. ,. ,, ... n
in any other state, anal we hone t lat j i ,'4 \'.', r iv'
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To the Ocala Banner:
On the Hudson. up in York state, What Men About It Who Are in a Position to Know It is the Era of Young Men.
the scenery is the prettiest in ourMen Say About It Who Are in a Position to Know It is the
big domain, it is said. Away out west,
across the Rockies. and Denver, up in! The statement is frequently made i ica new anti splendid chances for in- There unquestionably is among em-. Young men have a better chance to
Canada and Idaho. Washington and that the young men of this country to-1(ividual initiative and success. players as great a demand for young get ahead now than ever before, be-
Oregon rolls th. hold Indian Oregon-'dlay ,to not enjoy the chanc-s tor su.e-: WM. G. McADOO. men of ability and initiative as ever cause the educational institutions of
Columbia river. Deep down in the'css that were possible for their fatI Mr. McAloo is the young Georgian -anti greater, for the very simple rhe present lay are better equipped
mighty mountains in its cool r who built the great underground tun- reason that business enterprises to-ro train them for the practical in life
righty mountains ie its cool retreat.cers; that great combinations of ca'-; nels in N-w York. day are of greater magnitude anti call than ever before. The earnest gratu-
or gorge, thie river rolls on. Inin othr places ital and altered economic condlitions for greater effort and greater intelli- ate of the technical institution of to-
i literally turns on el in gonlhav( male it mor difficult tor rewar,1 John Claflin Thinks Possibilities Are gence on the part of those who assume iay is qualified pra ricall: as well as'
through a narrow pass. Eternal snow- o Come from individual effort. Greater Than Ever Before to guide them. Many men undoubr- theoreticallv to rake hold of engineer-
cH mountains here an thre in the I n order TO ascertain the consensus To tl:. Elitor New York Times: edly curtail their operations owing toing an( scientic work at an age when
Ccaoni ehsr- and urRiie and Coath I a r in th sss Answerini your favor of the 1st the difficulty of securing the ritht the ,cnnh man eof twenty or third'
Cascades. anwl BlurRiizand Coasteif o;,inion of men who have achieved inst.. I think the young man of today quality of management on the- part v.a:s ;.) woui nt have l,-,n tisur-
ranz, art, gran,! my-sl,-ries in thoi.i""
nature Grandeur is in th reat I :,-.c(esS alonz various lines of effort I has as good a chance as his grand- of subordinates. It is difficult to -- .,t ..i ,l t,,re than carry a slrveor's
waterfall and mountain an vr h N Yo:'k Tin sent out inquir- father had. There was never a great- cure men of initiative. It is itv:a in hie !, r ac .rran.i bv
waterfalls andm mountain. 'an.ti: N- r ,lianl than now for vo)ngn mpn that mot- yong men cann(,' ra-lieo.n :II h-. o1ie.1
gren rocks. A t!'.'l ,:.-,rhis ri x.- ath n w foany relmteis there' o
-r-e rot ckaLas atr i o.l ri s i \, .:. ,Ia' e .e w: of a iliy who wi-;h to dt o real work. the wilo fielt or oti-ortlmity bvf r .\I v,: ,,." inquiry, "ft:.- "i.
k* 1l., I.-;lj' ity otf. w.in" m -n do, a l f th m n, which is r,,ahedt l y !,y *;ir- i; i iou rr:, i>; ;a :'I' .ti i.." [ .
T i vf 0j- t -(iK I to1+Vk- I i a (! i", 0 an nt o T L, (
1i. x,*. T cra ,.,--t ,-ix .,. , e ya ry. '.a rs Henry M. lagler Says There Never ,.. ,.' t'.,; th ,ir l:, ip>s 1 i ,' l ti* a ,,, slt ict 01 1 h,.' Cl.t m ,e n,;.. i lihi in i '- :';ul [ ,,
v-T n ].l)'li,,,.'t. Was Such arDm, Was Such a Demand .x;". tt a ;l alce. rie it! i . ;;n! .a a i li ,"
\i"; .. '..x, ;'vll(, ; ^ i- in' '^'li-,n ; t tlv : a ability to s!.;l.i'. irr ia ,,s.. ;;n .i .r VTil n ,?-;r tl r,.li ,*:c!i,..s o, .i i :r ;*...-
.,( ,: "*! f i-ri i;' 'c t ' T:' I' .::;" )r N ..v.- Y i,!-k T i ,,.- ; ,,' ^ x i }a n ', '-:!,;,>:, ,*i~iiii i,'f, w ill ri w L .t llUI V 'eem It.r til., n i ' t ,>* .. ..... .^ "ri ". 'o!; "i I 'r I' l ^.t :,
t ; V of .ltincL5 1;i ii ,. a: ,:in:,,.' n,! "rn '. .. ... ) ,)i LI tO LW \\'L T i.TI! (''+"r* lt* I ":,. '.
o.:. .ck -e t r a . u n m e r i t ,t c e 'n -u r e j i t a- tvw h^ ; ,, I ; .a a a; nF i c . i Ta.
tb. h L Trot) '1i'-,- oi~ he 8: u.hio on'0i 't a: I1,(',, a-r q- .IOHeN (r-A IN. ly. a.v,.i.a.-,, ql,,aliri.. w.hic'h o t. a.xlu .u(pa:(n,'.t l:,,1..r ro'ic ,.,. ": !,i : i -
gooa ship wa. o':t twentv' hou-r. t<'e '.." ,l:l I "* T 1(*j!I' j : th1''Ii- ( *^*^** i -. Y- :. I 1 ^t'S Vit:jS Thke cu ntr ha hro ti c a jira h*er fls T heyl si.o iii.. ej..-f t. i;.,s Sii r
the .ra'1 ,Di ,.. o1 l,.. r **. .'' I : !>*' d ii..l T h-,;h .*;. 'a in i-i,. i^ r .. w o ^- leTe.in (h s no r r;a)h 'ii: r:-.h y \ [\ ... -; i.',, i .
it ta tl -sp ,re> ot( ..t.a make, *ir>a s n., ,'. '!i'.t I ha'. i m an ;! the Vtrl.i. limit in an industrial se,.se. nor wa;l i :, he eT.r-irilse of iir au,;:.,! I flt .r
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a ri troit t O ea riy n nt v,.- kn, :, tal nv' l.n et, ,.-, wa.- * approach that limit until i'P resourl es c. en ,ric-s to cti.-.
misa tro nits settin-on tThenri, --r up aro-t' manid tior young ;.,-nf of Jno. H. Converse Points to Greater are, exhausted. One has but TO con- F. E WARREN.
in th- northeastern ter- ptorv. aThreal,1i TX han IlOw. Variety of Business Enterprises template the enormous latent, dormant U. S. Senator from \V.,i.an.
weas quite a list of paseieonrs, and It n lius' 1, remn lre.i.b l---v-r. To tthe Editor New York Times: resources of This country, especially (-hyvene, Wvo.. \u.l. 1:'.
we all. as one big family, enjoyed th tt tThe ctfl, itiof of life are fierc- i think That rhe chances for busi- in the west, but quite apparent in te .
sight seeing in the tropics,. and the ,i- lf-aefr- itik ta h h tcsfrhis-t
h n h a t er than they w-ere twenty years ago. ness success oft the young man of to- east, to find a ready response to your
ride. or voyage. was enjoy,-d immense,-
e, or on, w a nj immense- th young man wh,) suc.aeds now lay are tdistinetly bhrttr than they inquiry. Great combinations of capi- Industry, Honesty and Application Are
ly. and we will tell it out. h m w n
ly. and we will tell it out. iu11st have mort, "snat" than was re- w+'re tent y y-ars ago o)r more. My tal. in my judgment, do not militate Senator Scott's Requirements
Sanford is an enterprising little city
at th hea of t nai waters (11ire- in former years. reason for this view is that there is a against the young mans opportunity;
a thet he o te naigbl waters H M.. F1.AGLER greaer variety of business enterpris- rather do they promote it. To the Editor New York Times:
of the St. Johons river There the riv- .s than forninrly. Manufacturing in- GEORGE S. NIXON. The gist of your first question is.
GEORGwS.eInON Thegistof yor esstaqestinis
er widens out an makes a lake Wm. G. McAdoo Instances Marked terests have been greatly developed; U. S. Senator from Nevada. "Has the young man of today a chance
Monroe-which gives to thp city the
on --i ge cit Features in Business World the railroad systems of the country Reno. Nov., Aug. 19',. of success that was possible for his
appearance of a land-locked port.an.i'To th, Elitor New York Times: ihave been increased : electricity has * father in the past?
port. it rfathers.inotoriupastha
which it ralis. (Ipport unity has ITh,-re is no ,dou,1 wha'evt-r that liecome, a pot-nt and! important factor Equipped at Earlier Age to Direct Big I say. yes. The young man of to-
been coming into Sanford via the St. h young man of today has gr-ater in industrial work: the uses of iron Enterprises, Says Senator Warren 'day is. or should be. equipped for the
Johns for several years past, and it Joppo.tunities for success Than at any andt steel have been increased, and To the Editor New York Times: battle that is before him much better
has 'stayed over night." and then Wher peri (.i of: our country's h.isTtrv. ,oTlhr branches of industry have been I beg to say that I believe the young than his father was. While the op-
some. too. In this year of time San- Economic ('conditions have not chan:- ald,,ed or ext.n.,lod. man of today has a better chance to portunities of the present to succeed
ford*,- ideas are widet awake on t. I he m r ifiutth n i beiaI
or's ies ar i,- wai on *ei to hi-s iisadivatago.e, nor have All these fli4is of effort require "get ahead" than the young man of may e more difficult than in t past.
strengthening of the chains and-',rope..', CY '' on i.. ,..
trne,.ch a. anrda ro:e...;nations ot capital! limi'e,l -,t n nen o ability antl energy, an,. twenty years ago enjoyed, yet his equipment is better, and con-
that hold 'oplutity" in that city. opportuni'y. On the other handi. .v- iU would seonm to me. afford an oppor- Twenty years ago and prior to that sequently his opportunities are just
and the lengthening. of the tether to; isting economic cmitions ani -a :nit to th. young man to nake his time, the young man to get on hed as good. There is plenty of room at
pu more opportunies into the lovely industrial enterprises have create,.i a r-cor.1 and achieve success, to overcome a prejudice which exist- the top of the ladder today, as there
Celery City. You may pick up at any :greaer denandt than ever for men of JOHN H. CONVERSE. edt against youth. The employer of always has been in the past. There
hotel in our land little booklets of resources andt capacity. At noi time Baldwin Locomotive\ Works. that period, himself, hadi been kept in is just as great a demand by employ-
Sanford. in th- wcr:l's history have brain. Philadelphia. Aug.. 19,S., long service in a subordinate capac- ers of labor (and by this I mean eith-
Across the lake from Sanford is En- commandled such a premium as now. i* * ity. and had served a long apprentice- er for brain or hand workers) for
terpise. a well known health, resort j always been a firm l)elieer e Great Combinations Offer More Op- ship before he was entrusted with sc- young men as there ever was. Today
in Volusia. Sloping gently upward, i the theory that the strong man portunities, Says Senator Nixon rious responsibilities. In tturn he put I surrendered thee management of a
with an incline about that of our court creates his own opportunity, because, into practice the same methods anti large manufacturing establishment to
house yard. a pretty grass lawn is the very things he achieves by rca- To the Editor New York Times: would entrust the high places in his a young man whom I educated at
the front yard up into land several son of his ability attract the attention Two men were once discussing the business only to men of mature age night school. He is making a suc-
hundred feet. and facing i:. and. of of those who need able men. Oppor- wealth of the Astor family, largely and long experience, cess.
course, the lake, is quite a commodi- unity never seeks the weak. but the acquired through the enhancing value Today conditions have become al- The young man who succeeds is the
ous hostelry. W\e could not see much strong, and it doesn't remain with the of real estate in New York City, pur- most reversed. The owner or owners young man who possesses industry,
of the back country at that point, but strong unless they prove equal to it. chased in the early days. One of of large concerns look for the crea- honesty and a determination to d1o
we know that back there are cattle. This country has no, begun to ap- them said: "Oh: well. there are no tive faculties of youth, and for its vig- whatever he is called upon to do bet-
tor the cow is everywhere in Florida: preach its limit in an industrial sense, such opportunities now in real estate or, energy and hopefulness, in filling ter than his neighbor. He should pay
and we know also that the country is Up to the present we have confined investments." And yet I know of a responsible places, rather than for the no attention to the clock, whether he
weil dotted with farms and well-to-do ourselves practically to the home young man living within the limits conservatism, the habits of routine, works eight or sixteen hours a day,
people, markets. We are now reaching out of the Greater New York who. in the and the tendency to be satisfied, of but should try to make himself indis-


Further over in Volusia. to tha for foreign markets. What a magnifi- last two years, has netted a profit of the older man. In every line of busi- pensable to his employer, and then
north from Enterprise. is the county cent field they offer. and who is bet- approximately 3,0 per cent. on a real ness nowadays may be found very he is sure to succeed. There are op-
seat of DeLand. and about twenty-five ter able to survive the contest for su- estate investment in that city. This young men filling top places requiring portunities open every hour of the
miles due east of DeLand is New primacy there than this great nation is simply suggestive of conditions the exercise of live brain power, while day for any man who is qualified and
Smyrna. which has as close neighbors -unrivaled in its natural resources ; which obtain in many localities. Op- under them are men older in years willing to make himself useful.
on the north Daytona and Seabreeze. and in the activity anti intelligence of portunities exist if people have the with the limitations in energy and vig. N.B. SCOTT.
At their feet laves the troubled Atlan- it s people? The development of for-, discernment to take advantage of or and resource, which are the inev- U. S. Senator from West Virginia.
tic. eign commerce will give young Amer- them. table accompaniment of age. Washington, D. C., Aug., 190S.
Rounding a few curves down the
St. Johns from Sanford w.- pass out,
of Orange county and enter Lakel from headquarters. Mayb- Ma- GIVES AUTO TO A BYSTANDER MARY AND HER LAMB The big Spier saw mills at Omega
county.,oreenttaken Lakenanti V 1t0111sa!,-iI
county, or between Lake and Volu- rion county's Ocala andl Silver Sp)rings! have been taken down. an. is said.
sia Out into the Lake county coun- Qwil fin1 out it is wide open daylight Tht, following story comes to us The world has very many lambs, will be shipped to Pa!atka. where the
try twenty miles away to the west- some iay and wake up. Maybe so' from Springfield. Mass.: whose owners' names are hid, firm will establish a palnt.
ward from where the river wins out ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM. 'Does anybody want this auo?" And yet these lambs grew wool as
of Orange county is Tavares. the white as Mary's ever did. Taft is planning a week's fishing
county seat. The big Times-Union Gove'nor Browarnd has approve, The query propoiundted in obvious Of course the fame of Mary's lamb is trip. In the meanwhile the Nebraska


FROM MOORS. N. Y.

To the Edittor Ocala Banner:
I have been attending a very 1w
teresting camp meeting In this pla
The meetings latedl for evestel
I(days and much good was done by
them. The camp mnieeting gro
aret one anl a half m:ies from the *to-
tion at M,ors Junction. anl eaeb
train was met ,by a three-hor', tean
atrache.l t o t prairie srhi)4n--r. r 4
carried t weont -`.",,,r Ie;,I.e o the can*
grorundl foir rhe sna. -,'ini of .3 cents
each. At tI. ,itrrr.ic,- r r, the "rouotd
a banner '.' :- h,'::i. ac.",r--i the roe&
'which r,-al i..:,... VnIn) the Lord."
iEach nit, ':: rhi:.. a,,-,,cia'ion oI)W
. t, .an.:i li t- .',..- r ', ,.rent o' it Tlh,.% ,t'.. conv@,-
i+ n':. arraii: .. a:,.i ',,r' ,hin. in the
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,..;.r I:i a: n-u.;t; ,er. raise4
,r',.,- .. .*t:tI.-- hl,'h w ill be
~Ilt tt th.- *' ~.. u- :arlit.r in
.'*he sea,--)l o t a I~ l.tj h-inz '%,14 s art -
I .i at Ro-,is- l ,'<>:nr -l,' ti n'.:le ili -
ran' from Ma.,.,r- Th. work*rv uds
not nfeet w.:h n.i''h e1't)iotiragmeaLtlL

butr in:.-ta,t ',.i- |,,.r,"'uti*d tn every
way that can bh.- ir:ainedi-hotPd at.
roto-n-tize di. anI final'% ,n Siturday
night two yo)vinc men ,er the bix te t
on fire an. ir was ,i-'erly d ,I.4troyd.
The no,,e. has sinc-e hen taistl ad
a new ,rent giv.n 'thn*m in placr, of It.
One of the luring men ran away from
this part of the country. and the otc-
er oneo was arre",td within two or
three lays for .isornferly ron,Iirut. a
that ni&:ht h,- se;r hi. be,! in the aU
on fire anI was burned to d(.ath befbm
the fire was discoveredl The Chris
tian workers showed unusual couraw
for theyV knew rhat they had a CaW
tain who would not see them leftt.
ed. The meetings are still in progrom
at Rouse's Point. and will continue -.
til cold weather A se-rvice was bhU
on the streets last night at six o'cl
and then in the new tent. Crowds d
people are being drawn to the in'
ings and many souls are converted.
M. E. WASHBURN.

CARTOONIST TAYLOR ENTSl
ANOTHER FIELD

The A. K. Taylor nursery is o
thing new under the sun.
It Is an invention of Mr. A. K. Ta
lor. the well known cartoosit. wt
has recently been doing such e*c
work as general manager of the C4
Springs Water Company, from wh


company he will resign on Sept-M&W
1. to devote his entire time to tMe
manufacturing and placing his n aB-
tion. which is in fact a bed for W
fants. intended to care for little o-
dluring the most trying time of tb
life-from birth to the age of -@
two years. It is an elevated. fbdM
collapsible bed attached to the bed of
the parents, under the same moq
net. and raised above the mattre of
the regular le. so as to remove d
,langer of rrui-hing or smothering t
child, at the same time being far bt
ter from a sanitary point of voiew tki
I the present way of infants lI-Pping tB
i thtir rr.)trher's arms The Idea Is


gives us some spendid news from that he findings of the Tampa court mar-i disgust by a tisheveled individual who
point, also from Lady Lake. Eustis tial. Maj. Cohen is ,isnisso.I and crawled from beneath a refractory
and Leesburg. {Capt. Moreno is restored to tie0 c',,m-
and sbuow A o isrso Ledet i touring car brought forth a big laugh
Just below Astor we entered Lake 1manp.,at.
George. It is a regular sea. and the from a crowd of spectators in Maple
;,, street last evening. Bolder than the
waves sometimes run mountain-high His-en anl ,Graves are coming to o t
This lake touches Marion county onid test. John Girar,1 saiwl in a stmi-apolo-
Flori,a. al will e aon The retic tone. 11 take it.
the east and caresses Volusia's weos- of the tourism. These c nampion le- g'etic tone. "Ill take it."
, ."\\'ell. it's yours." was the response
eru cheek. It was fine from the time pullers will find col,l comfor:.-Lake oWe yors w a th, is ap
hen the City of Jacksonilleswu1 the owner. who jammed his cap
when the City of Jacksonville swungt!("itf Index. tightly on his head and walked brisk-
around the last bend on the south of
the lake and entered oen water. The Kaiser Czar Paha Roosevelt fa- ly away. taking with hin the number
waves came up to meet Us.asil -vors- for for plate to conceal his identity. Girard.
waves came up to mee us. as t look-, Huhe for re-nmiaion f who is a mechanic, with a little tin-
ed from the hurricane deck: cooling I governor of New York. an.: it is safe
kerin-- wa.s able to run the btiz red


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not at all surprising.
'Twas brought about by out-an-out,
persistent advertising.

Lives of some great men remtinl us
That we will. if we ar,'- wise.
Leave our modesty behind us
Antl get out and advertise.
-.J.-lge.


Cheer up. say most of the newspa-
pers in the United States. Trade is
fast growing ,better. Just imagine
that roo-l times are here ani the same


nominee continues to plan the best tirely new and should I make a hit.
way to fish for vot-s. Mr. Taylor has secuire, ample cg&-
nal too in-,r, 'h sh-iirres of his Pster*-
The New York Worl, is out tflat- i .
[)fris-'. le,-.'jwil go t jro .l.,e City e
foote! for B-ryan. anti, 'he New York mnh, anl .s"all-h a factory thre,
SHerali is "almost persuaded." i~later putting )nt- in at 'h:ca o to eOl-
going to be a -iandlslide. .r the w-strn tmrrfory

There's a race riot on at Spring' The TllTlor ritr-'-y w. planted
;t|bout %%f i v,, o)-ar- a o)t o- } it wa.,; D@ w
fiell. Il!. For the one crime, the I)en-i t ) i a ti W
a is r l);it tIpon 1he ua rk'-t. b-au., of the
altv is the same-north, south, east or;f"tt'ht rTaoO w
Ifacr th t Mr Taylor v:.-, waiting for
wesr.-Lake City Indtex. |- f
Sa favorable ,p)prtuniliY to sc) .ure th-
The Illinois mob is subsiding. But need1ie capital. 6h:ch he has a
wasn't it awful as long as it lasted. ,m


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TOM LTAWCKSON DOES A SARTORIAL DILEMMAS. A LITTLE ONE SIDED. B
T OMWeighty Problems That Are Puzzling Am Exchange of Presents That Was A B IG SU I

REATI A \nTC TU T 1 Our English Cousins. Not Wholly Satiufactory.
GREAT ADVE 1TISING STUNT A problem is put forward by a writer John Mitchell. the labor leader, was
I in a contemporary which gives food discussing on one occasion a laL ,r Wants Certain Phosphate (
for thought. It is this: Suppose by 1 struggle of the past.
SReaps a Golden Harvest He Crtainly Knows the ome combination of circumstances you "You see, they didn't give us a fai
I were faced by the alternative of wear.- deal." he said. "It lokok(d fair en Tits h
V e o Nep r Pbi.ti. Ing a frock coat with browil loots. face, but really it was IlLe :he deal of I
Value of Newspaper Publicity. Which would be the better way out of Harvey Barr of Braidwo(d. d -
it-to wear a bowler or a tall hat? As "Harvey Iarr, a successful lawyer. A the writer justly remarks, if you wear bad a wonderful talent for getting the h. w
On the fifth day of last week's ad- adverTisemenT of th.- Bay Sate gra-ia bowler then the thing you have to best of people. Even at home he kept a u: wichilvl ;',
wjUsULg campaign for the Bay State series to be sent to the newspapers by i explain away is the coat. If you wear tais talent In play. His wife said to r l in h. s -i
wire contained 4S41 word. This is a tall hat, you have only the boots to Lim one morning:
tock, Mr. Thomas V. Lawson be- ho largest advertisement ever sen account for. We should advise those "'Harvey. dear. this is the fifteenth i c.r. o ,f.ic,. it il,., '.. !:
g his quarter-page advertisement over t e wires. There was a tele- of our readers who find one morning anniversary of our weddiniig. What
t a atement which, asthat all the wearing apparel otin the are you going to give me'",lJe a. S:a'pae oni tef rh ryuog ':o i'.m
a statement which, as even the graph charge of 4 for transmitting house had been stolen during the night 'This is what I am going to give .
sMt hardened cynic of the system this advertisement to a western city, with the exception of a frock coat, you." Harvey answered affectionately. ii'i tl'izr1 nf (ir:if.. wn, -:'f
will ay, does not admit the shadow the newspapers of which will charge waistcoat, trousers, shirt, collar, vest, and he handed his wife $15 in crisp, th P pha .i
o a db plmonly $135 for printing this announce- tie, a pair of brown boots and two hate fresh bills, th. nin opa
Doubt. The publicment, and there were a number of -one tall, the other round-to cut the "'Oh, thank young! And what shall I Canp Pho p-.a^ company J
ousted, yes, even blase Wall Street similar instances. Gordilan knot by staying In bed. An- give you?' the gratified wife asked.
out be interested to know how an- But this is Mr. Lawson's way of do- other of life's dilemmas which may "'That meerschaum pipe I've been Bxrnbach & Co, an Schln
q r human critter, who has stood ing things. He knows how to get the ftace the traveler down the world's admiring so long,' Harvey promptly au-It
abneo the big mountain top for four people talking about his advertising dtyhighway to do wth4l noued B.n or $1,",. n amag. Th
s blowing a bugle blast o the big, as well as reading it. He is a master Suppoe on arriving at a house for a "In the evening on his return home
blowing bugle blast to the big. as well as reading it. He is a mast week end and starting to drew for the pipe awaited him. It had cost cause f the action as staTed Mr
bwlag. bustling world below, feels of method not less than he is a mas- dinner you ad that your evening col- Just $15. He lit up and began to color dlcatn, a f
It stein time." ter of style. He didn't announce until lart have got wetted by your sponge it carefully. But as the evening wore Sths clarion s efl a
Mr. LAwson's ability to choose pic- the fourth day of the present series or otherwise defaeed. Should you wear on his wife seemed ill at ease. lows
tmogque metaphors has not failed of big advertisements the name of a clean double collar or a dirty ortho- "'Where is my present Harvey7
M.. Yesterday had seen the culmi- the goods he had to sell. What other dox evening collar? In the former came she said at last fretfully. That each of the ,efenlanTs owr
gk of the first period of his new man would have dared to spend such you will be natty, but a thing of "'Why, my dear.' Harvey explained.
slg- In four days his expense a vast amount of money in this un- losathig to all properly coCIt"tuted 'you gave me a pipe.I 1 gave you $15. 1and operate phosphate pants on tr.
pfo aye an peeceene m ranner men. In the latter you will give the Don't you see? We're Just even.'"-bans f tl Withacoochee rir. -
ftr advertising pace, telegraph and preedented manner? Iprelon that you cannot afford the St. Louis Republic.
eabe tolls, tranmalotitms and incidenal Like Collier's Japanese school boy, service of a laundry.--London Globe.
. e^^ **w rnnir nnanswr" ral miles above Smirh's farm. w.h;(l
0 8e1 had approximated $150W0. "we require no answer." TOLD BY THE THUMB
a aswterty advertisements had ap- For there is only one Thomas W NAPOLEON'S HABITS. en he banks o h
Voed simultaneously in 154 news- Lawson of Boston. The genius of the OAHWayAoL They Say, of Reading
p r in seventy important cities, man reveals itself not only in every ThI e Watilet Was Fond of Pe- Person's Character. ivr
lsrty all of which received their line he writes, but also in no less fu o and Clean Lnoe. The closer the thumb is set to the That the 4eendants pir into rhi
Vmrteupage and half-page copy over strength between the lines. It Is pleasant to learn if one has Na- wrist, the greater the amount of amia-
a* wire from Boston. A conserva- And from the H. B. Humphrey Co., poleon I. on the hero list that he had ble qualities a person n possesses. And. waters of ia1d river from Their mmnin
Ute estimate would place the number of Boston, the agency which places all very dainty habits In personal mat- conversely, the higher on the hand the
St wpaper copies bearing his mes- his advertising, be obtains a service tears; that he was fastidiously clean in thumb is set. the lower the order of his plants certain refused, muddy, filth:
=eto the people at not less than absolutely without a parallel in the his person, according to an article in a mental and moral makeup.
.jt",O 0 copies daily for te four world-. No other agency has ever lrnch contemporsa,, and poured ean Monkeys' thumbs abut from the hand and poisonous mater which pciut.-
o e re you have the mountain been called upon to deliver such r-de cologne Into the water he washed at a point close to the fingers. The
SThere you have the mountain been called upon to deliver such ser. n spon ed his head with per- closer to this formation a human being the waters of tbe river.
= which he stood to blow his bugle vice, and the perfection of the sys- fume and finally poured the remain comes the more monkey-like intelli- That the current of the rivr bring
^Zl to the busy world. tern t the office of the Humphrey of the contents of the flask over his gence and character he is apt to have.
What was the answer? Company has been the work of years, neck and shoulders. He was also ex- A thumb set very close to the wrist the refused], mu.dy, filthy ;nil p "?Nger in the history of stocks," Mr. Lawson's copy comes into the travagantly fond of clean linen and shows sympathy for all In distress.
Mr LAwm goes on to say, "has there agency fresh from his pen. It is like- during his campaigns had relays of It great generosity, independence, love of ous matter down The stream an(i I-
bTa respmse to any offer to corn- ly to arrive at any minute between 5 sent to different places. In those days liberty for self and others and a readl-
oewith yeerday's answer to my o'clock in the afternoon and 1 o'clock it did not cost a farm to have starched ness to share with the unfortunate. Posits the same along The banks ,
wil--from every nook and corner of in the evening. The financier steps things laundered, for, In account with When the second phalanx of the the stream, and that he aecumulati
world ev cnom telegr or. io his ing. auto le ancera famous laundress in Paris, the em- thumb is much longer than the nail
S world has come telegraphic or- into his waiting automobile and rolls peror's linen for one wash amounted to phalanx, there is a discordant relation of this md and other filthy suhsran
.3 away to dreamland, with never one 3 piece and cost only a trifle over between reason and will.
-Tbe Boston official sheet shows advertising care on his mind for the $20. Reason preponderates to such an ex-
416,00 shares. New York about 1,* .- night. This strikes an American as very tent that the entire life is spent in
Sshares traded in. In addition He knows full well that the morn- reasonable, but his majesty never wore planning what to do without ever do- Th Connecticut "blue laws a,
was a last to the official sheet ing newspapers of the following day any article but once, and, as he always In. being galvanized into life down M
fter the tws rriflc excitement of the will print that advertisement practi- undressed himself without aid from A person of this kind sees clearly ami way. here will be no n;or
t hour, over 15e.(t shares In Bos- tally in identical form in all thaen chief his valet, his garments were literally what is best for him, but lacks de- warm kisses and hot winnerss in th
fmt ad or5,000 in New York. The to- cities of the United States anl Can- cast to the four c es of the room. termination to put it into execution. "Maic city." The organ and TI.
Napoleon's bill for ean de cologne, He sees the goal and the steps neces- so w b removed from 'he play
i tramsactions were probably well ada. and in various languages, and in however, exceeded the washerwoman's sary for attaining It. but In the same of worship andl cheerlessness an,
mr 700,000 shares, or as much as the marvelous forms in Soudan. Paris, by a large majority. It is a relief to glance he takes in all the obstacles,
ol of yesterday's stock exchange Berlin. Vienna, and other cities across learn that the Little Corporal was so and while he Is pondering the matter gloom will be the sign of piety.
Sr all stocks" the Atlantic. much a dude. Some of his predecessors the opportunity to win success escapes.
total sales in Boston alone, at A visitor to the offices of the Hum- In the Tuileries were not blessed with -St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Mrs. W. H Felton, the bright (t;,P
close of the fifth day, amounted prey Company sees nothing out of such excellent habits if history is to be gia woman, writes about the world
709W c e of procedure during relied upon. teekig the Light. supply of sugar and don't sa^y n
"the ordinary o. .. At a dinner during an Episcopal ,-ri. h-,t (^',,-,i-,v nf,-ri,-,',o ,


This latest advertising series of
Mr. Lawsonm has already broken a
iber of records which he has es-
* ed by his world-wide market-
t of Yukon gold stock. The largest


DEMOCRATIC TICKET


National


Preslodet of the United States-
WM. J. BRYAN.
Viee President of the United States-
JOHN W. KERN.
lUted States Senator-
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
hmber of Congress, 1st District-
S. M. SPARKMAN.
Ptowldential Electors-
H. P. BAILEY.
P. W BUTLER.
GEORG C. MARTIN.
SAMUEL PASCO.


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state
Govrnor-
ALBERT W GILCHRIST.
wtroller-
A. C. CROOM.
aflrvad Commissioner-
ROYAL C. DUNN.
Treasurer-
W. V. KNOTT.
Secretary of State-
H. CLAY CRAWFORD.


the Lawson activities. But wille the
campaign is on it is safe to wager
that you can find somebody on the
job at the agency at almost any hour
of the seven days of the week.


Mr. J. J. Smith. of Citronelle. Cit-
rus county, claims to have lost S.0),
head of cattle by reason of the p)hos-
phate miners polluting the waters of
Withlacoochee river. Didn't know
there were so many cattle in Citrus
county-s .,<) dead belonging to one


Tte Methodist Conference Orphan-
age is to be located at thp old town
of Enterprise, on property known as
the Arcade. Miss Emma Tucker, evan-
gel;isT, gives twenty acres suitable for
l'ucking purposes. Benson Springs
art no' far away. Things are looking
up at Entcrprise.


While it may be true, as asserted
tiy 'e eastern press that H::rry K.
Thaw is ur^ering more acutely from
phlebotomy than insanity, phleboto-
my is the best treatment for teneor-
loinitis complicated with sporadlic
homicide.-Louisville Courier-Journal.

A mornum1T i, hboinzr ere-ceted1 To


To Make Waxed Paper.
This is used for keeping substances
which contain either a volatile aromatic
ingredient or grease, which woueald pen-
etrate through ordinary paper. On a
flat sheet of copper over a gentle fire
place a sheet of paper as a base and
then lay a second sheet on the top of
the first Coat this second sheet with
yellow or white wax and distribute the
latter uniformly over the entire sheet
by means of a sponge, exerting a lit-
tle pressure, till the paper is every-
where transparent and consequently
permeated by the wax. If the fire is
too feeble, the process will be retard-
ed. Too powerful a flame Is still more
harmful, as the paper is liable to be-
come brown or black. Stearin may be
used instead of wax.-Der Inrdustrioee
Geschaftsmenn

Sure to Be Thee.
An o)d Scotch farmer was lying on
what he thought was his deathbed. He
began to give orders to his wife about
his funeral and the people to be invit-
ed. His wife, knowing that he was not
dying, paid but little attention to his
requests, and this so enraged the farm-
er that he rose on his elbow and cried
out:
"'What need I speak? There'll be
naething dune richt unless I'm there
mysel' '
His wife, patting him on the shoul-
der, replied: "Toots, man, Bauldy!
orn Ter imtn' i env. VY'lb he the nrin-


convention at Richmond a young lady
sitting near the bishop of London said
to him:
"Bishop, I wish you would set my
mind at rest as to the similarity or dis-
similarity between your country and
ours on one point. Does the butterfly
because the tomato can.?"
The bishop laughed heartily at this
vivacious sally. Not so a young Eng-
lishman of his party, who after dinner
sought his host
"I want to know, you know," said he.
"about that joke of Miss B.'&. She
asked if butter flew because tomah-
toes could. Pray tell me what the
point ts"-Llppincott's Magazine.

A Thoughtful Tyrant.
Major Hayford Thorold. second in
command of the First battalion, Duke
of Wellington's regiment had an odd
experience in Matabeleland in 1896
when sent to restore order In a little
township called Gwelo. On arrival
there he found the acting commandant.
an ex-storekeeper, in a state bordering
on delirium tremens, so he had him
locked up. The commandant how-
ever. managed to break out and make
his way to the telegraph office, where
he dispatched the following wire:
Chamberlain, London:
Man here named Thorold questions my
sobriety. Who is Thorold? Wire at once
to avert bloodshed.

English Army Horses.
Every horse in the English army Is


erglades scheme. That's awful. Gov- v-mr)-rr
ernor Broward, however, will silent' For fi% n.
her by saying that she "belongs tu F' r r-r.-.. '
the corporations." sinal ,-. :
Sixtx -.r'.t. T'*>n :'-' *>..
Admiral Nelson A. Miles recently Stas.
paid a visit to his sister at Worces- For gv.rnr h. .,
ter, Mass., whom he had not seen in For *':"t.r,., :
several years, and the excitement re-
suiting from the visit after his long For ,*i, . '.* ,
absence brought on physical c Fl
absence brought on physical collapse. _


from the effects of which she ilie,!
She was 77 years of age.

Tom Watson refuses to see the
signs of the times. The dPmorratic
party is united and very few v,tts
will be oletlected this year.





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CHAPTER VI.

At Maxim's


AXIM'S after midnight-the
shbow restaurant whither sight-
| seeing Americans and other
tourists flock and whose dizzy.
machine made merriment they solemn-
ly believe to be a part and parcel of
true Parisian life.
On the night of Sonla's garden party
one group of men and women who en- '
tered the jolly restaurant were so dif-
ferent from the usual habitues of the!
place as to come !n for not a few
amused glances from their neighbors.
They were Mme. Natalie Popoff. Mme.
Nova Kovitchli and Cascada and St
Brioche. The visit was Natnie'a isias
Sh,, had heard I[anllo's wild speech of
90"40Iby to Sonia and his announcement
1l1:-t hb- was off to Maxim's. Hence
tL. amllassa(ldor's wife, with a feeble
.r.nrTieg t,, atone In some way for the
f:i-'.. .l1QitiMj itlttil h'h the widow
Ih., I-.. thrust f,,r her sak,. had re-
s**,' *,1 i, f,,;l,,w in the lihqe ,f securing
*. .'d ,i, I.ri\x:t. \x\it{ I.i nil> and
<- *' ,- i ; ]':.-r r; .t li rt i .
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S :, ',,iF., f,':.r as a fat ni!i'ir voice
9* *t "; 'i; h;T ear.
I ;' T li:idl ju-t come, in anid was
-I. !.d," ,t t i'i,l taLit, where his wife sat
tr,'.':.,liLg
*I "anlt ti s-ee Prince Danilo at
oin'.." hbe said to the head waiter.
"'I.t- h*e arrived"'"
Nt yet. sir." was the reply. "but he
% 1 tlio: here very soon. There is a
uItiper party waiting for him over
th.r.'" waving to a tableful of gayly
:'.,r-.r'di girls with tired eyed men.
,,:iii exclaimed the ambassador.
'1'1i. just join them till he comes."
lie tildited off to the distant table,i
whe're. t4" Natalie's jealous eye. he
-*..:i ,- to make himself at home with
A p *".ornienal ease and quickness. He
we.r -,,are seated when Danilo strode
1! Ti, whole table rose to give the
It ace- noisy eezT*ting
"Why. ht-!lr. your xecelleuoy'" cried
I n'l,' "T':;! IF qut-eer company for
a i... ,i:' o1 rtespeetability like
3'..;r-"-:" t, -,v\ tdor Into."
S<:'n., :.:t to see you." protested
t o, ,'i s :,,,r. drawing him aside.
"I t-,u:d I' ,.,<-ome here and wait
... ,n: a ;pti; armed if'-
"*' ', .c" cut in tho prince, thor-
,utl;;tl ,ijoying his confusion "Fools
ru-1. i:. where"-
-I tuidn't rush in," fumed the am-
iasa.l,.r; "1 crept here in a measly
vab. ar:l I sneaked into the place like
a pi,-kpo'ket for fear some one would
ren',itsnizn me. I sacrificed myself to
nty ,'uutry. Suppose my wife should
0e:,ar of it: I came to implore you. to
cast myself on your mercy, to beg you
onfe more to prevent the widow
from"--
"'1 must see his excellency." insisted
a ip"rly man behind them. his voice
t.,N:: i:-= through the whole room. "He
Ls hbern, and I- Oh!" he broke off on
sig!,t of Popoff. "Here you are! I"--
"My dear Nova Kovltch." pettishly
Interrupted the ambassador, "'is It nee-
essary to hunt for me with a brass
band? Couldn't you"--
"'l m sorry to Interrupt you." answer- j
ed Nova Kovltch, "but here's a dis-
patch from the Marsovian ministry.
It seemed to me important. ?iud I


brus:ht it on."
l'PopiY took the slip of paper and
read al''ud;
"If Mie. Sadowa's twenty millions
am a!r,,wed to leave Marsovia we are
a ba:ikrupt country."
"Therev. Pl'r'we PanUo." (coutilnued
the a:t iass:adr turning (nn the young,
l.-'n i:; meivdraluatic appeal; "you see
it- r:.iit up to y'un Your ('titiitry ap-
|';,s :,,* y u t,, save it: You are Mar-
btu I.I s last hope. Marry the widow

"1 I. ;:zarry no oue'" tarotr uI, D.'nl!..
"'T tlin dili'c w l 1.iatr ':i!,,*y aFnd
1lr%.9v, i w andt myself: l'r:i d,,il' w\ith
tiil- dream os of love and all that uo',-
:: Fi< I'ii free. and I'm goil:g to
u.aike a night o( it ."-
I I paused a::d stool silent. du.i-
t, :. Ih1d. lito -:: the li'tI l ii;. ,1i of
tsta sI. l,.diig i,1, Ili, ro.,:ni a WOV,' I I
wi x aIv pinti a.,'l t'
"S.:tia" ex, laiLi W'ih a w-,,rd iof evx'use to the others.,
be hurried a(rss. and neI t the widow
as sho reached the foot of the steps.
"Yu'rel hrre.'" lie muttered in hor-
rlti-,l w diuer-"here alone':"
*Yes." remolied So nia olhl r "I It


a mile of utter relief. "What a fool
I was! I was green and yellow with
Jealousy. I"-
He caught himself up. but it was too
late. Sonia's eyes danced.
"But since you don't love me." she
asked. "why were you yellow and
green with"-
"Because green and yellow are our
nat!ona! -r'1ors. I am nothing if not
patriotic You see"-
"MmNe. Sadowa prince:" gurgled
Pripff. trotting u; to them, unable
fonfger' to ro"train his anxiety. "I hope
it 1. afl settled. All nicely arranged,
eh?"
"If you mean is madame to marry
l)e Jolidon." answered Danilo. "she is
!:,,t."
"Bnul this evening," ejaculated Pop-
off. "in the summer house'"
'Sh. took another woman's place,"
r.p!',.! the prince, disregarding Souia's

"I",ar ni."' squoaled Popoff. his curl-
os;N r,, ivir "'Vh,, wus sfie?"
-'\.II I If%. yr r eXf'e:.:'y." re-
:. ,,',, Nish. wvhL haI! (a.Yr. :< with
1' i \'-;I;; v 1'' .rt in a NV)7o" ,
* ,: li 1his a f:tn tha.- '\ass licked up
!; *'.." --:tl '.n r I tlh.)us- after th, i ;pirty.
\',~. u,, > i s! e rrhi the plac', and I
di\. I f 1 : .; say s.I. 1"-
"S* ::::' old fan:" coai ent.td I',oric'".
(1 *;.'**!:nn.. 1:. Then:. \1:Ii ;t jiirn'> as~


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V':- 1-\ -;; 1 ^ ly (.:! 1! it 1: v% sT:.' I* ^ r i'* h s ^ .- [r -i; u ''I: ii .' .m *
N..;;i2 i j had scribld!edl lfi.,.i loI '1e .o........,t"o ai U;,.rA ,; .-i: X . ;,.s i. i
d .A as. jjon sfs i::e, "'tt;2e. >-a; :': ., writ-
"V'. wles haaid\wti.n.; Thca it
'v.s ife after all':" f al -rXCIta ie r lii- f !1t;I
"S' -.' nu,)ttol Nova K ov)ytch. "Cae- o r' Ie)yes."- meth i tu Cat: Iho r .,-
s.ir'* wife should be above suspi,-ion." era" eves)
"I'.it caesar r never brought hils wife This is accomplished n:ost sc.(ess-i
to l'aris:'" wailed I'opoff. "This is bad fully everywher- by train',, adi writ-
for me." ers. These writers d(o miOre than
"No. uo." pleaded Natalie, who iat build a pleasing alvertisomnnr-thev
sight of the tatal trinket bad :eft herconvey in it v valuable infora-
tat';e and run forward. "It's ail a hor- io ,
rid mistake. I can explain. I"- ion t would not lo for them to tell
"Si;ene.':" commanded d Poloff in his unt i'urhs. for they would l)e soon dis-
irst magisterial manner. *'Madame. Icoverel. their useft'ulness would be
under section 4 of the Marsoviau codle one and sales woull stop: hence the
I hereby divorce you. This fan is suf- advertisenmenrs in any we!l regulated
ici-:nt evidence." and rsIionsille n-wspaor can h:- I'n-
As Natalie started back, dumbal) with ,;ar-,t as hone on.s, ',-hint which
horrr,. P1opoff turned impressively to a
,,. , . are firms and m en of exce!!ont ropu-
.onia and. to the wkijw's amused dis-i
may. sink on one knee before, her. ,ration an, financial mnans.-Bston
"Mir SadLwai.' he de'.:laimed. 'I Globe.
ani f-l'0, aniL ::I the In e o, f our f.i- i
t'!.,.and I beseech you to b coine m | THE COMING SEASON
v.:f..:" ___j_---- _
S %,l',a was .,euiirtnz-Iy ,lind to th,
.\ 't,+]I of i c,r,-,,i a1
w!i,.i :'iscry in Nat:i!i e's face and t ohFl i c & o r avl
l.,,k ,f ai zrry sur!ris- in Ia:;,!'s. She to F!,.rida htr cn:n -n ... an,' 1h1
a:.^-, .nd. with perfect coi:;:,, sure: I i s-.; n er af:n-t.r of rhl4 r:ilroal and,
"'My d.ear MI. h prff. I am ,.>'ep{v hp- it >"-.am.sip lines ar,- b0uy s-n.i-ing ouw
o M ".t h.o..r.-.., """" "
ored. 1,0 .-..r ro' liir lit--raI.1 ro. Fromni the reports
e,,pt it is only fair t tll you that if 1I that are leinz made v )Somie of the
muarry :i aln I loso all muy fortune." regular v.arv torecajr.rs the travel
The ambassador scrambled hastily to lor will l' a gra as t a n
histo Florida will h as great as at any
hi. fet.ot
1-1 was perhis just a ti ie in the history of the stare. anl
"I--I was l'erhap just a w,,e bit
hasty." he stuttered, looking sheepish- the east coast will of course got the
ly about for a way of escape, lar-e share. The quick time between
Natalie came forward and handed Knight's Key an, Cuba will cause
him the fan. hundreds of people to travel ove-r the
'1Iid you read the words I wrote on F. E. C. Ry.. and the various resorts
it?" she asked timidly.alonth line ill gtthr quota of
"I-amu-a--dntiful -wlfe!" spelled out a h
the ambassador. "Forgive me! I didn't visitors. It i too early to say what
understand. Shall we let bygones be will be ,lone towards attracting the
bygones?" winter tourists to the east coast, but
Danilo, who had stood silent during as most of the places have enough
the odd proposal, now stepped past natural attractions the winter's pro-
Po)poff and faced Sonia. a new light ia gram is not causing any worry. Mi-
his eyes. ai can boast of having some incom-
"'Is it true you will lose all your parable attractions which have mae
niot- if yot mar ag'? hease parable attractions which, have ma mo:i'y if you marry again?" he asked
In ai voice he tried in vain to keep her famous in the past year. and with
ste:a',y. these the city can afford to stack up
"Yes," she admitted; "it is true." with the rest of the resorts of the
..m i >, ,. *.A, ast coast.--Miami News-ReRcordi.
"Then why shouldn't I say now what t coast.-Miani News-RRcori
I want to?"
"Wvh not?" she reed tdemiilv ROBBED WHILE NAPPING
.- <,it a iep nearer.--


"I lovv, yVLu. Sonia," he whispered.
Ste-:aily. hap:,ily. she met his bucn-
:i-; v 's ,as sheik iinswered:
"I love ;ou. Danuiio. I have always
io]l)\" yoU."
"Trt. utt'" fretted Popoff. pushing
,,,vi !.'y x1,otwee, theo "This'll nev-
er d,. You can't wairry her. prince.
Yo;:': th l he ,aupe1.r'."
"'\ ,,;te'" gently ,-orrected Sonia.
"1 s : 2'... my tln&'y. it is. true. but-
~on'' I cf s i a:gi n to give it all
to Lay hlmusband"
IIIHE END.]


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Pott-lrshbiirgz tirk-iopar~nnnt. had husi-
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THE MISSION SHIP

(Wrttetm for the Ocala Banner.)
st .hip! that ship! why on her
way
Deh thought so fondly linger still?'T A e ng s Apal tF ordI
:T. A. Jennhjgs Appeal to Florida Democrats
Il* o'er her bows the surges play,
Her sails the urging breezes Ill.

2 pushes nobly through the foam:
Trat ship! that ship! why cluster
there
Dimnbrances of love and home, To the Democra~s of Florida: .tate ., but we are as much or mor- n nie,, now. ur e immediate or-
And early )oys and hours of prayer?
Tbe prospects for democratic suc- interested in securing a .'rra, anizaton Brvn an.i K :s
2%at ship! that ship! she hath with
her cess in the presidential -election are administration as they arp. For hat In -very -n i iia. I also
Bearts strongly Uinked withinn our e w s r m e h p t a ,
heart. bright this year, providing the cam*- reason we should raise money f,-.e ,.go th-
UM that awake its kindly stir- in those states where it is nw--dedt, work of awakening public .-ntiment
God speed them! yet. 'twas hard to paign committee can secure sufficientbecause thre is where the fight will Tothn
^ nr because there is where the fight will to the necessity of raising Thi, money
Pam .*. money with which to conduct the
have to be made and th iEs--, ,lecil- and I would sugg-st that (v-ry paptr
f bath with her our cherished child, fight. Funds are needed to defray the
A brother, sister, treads her deck; e,. and because there is wh-re a in Florida offer to rcei ontribu-
fPrt of ourselves are on the wild, expenses of speakers, tO prepare and proper and legitimate campaign fund ,ions for the national campaign. This
Wild wave-the field of many a
Wi wrck. circulate literature and to properly is absolutely necessary if the party money can be senr to me. and I will

Se present the democratic policies and is to win this year. imm.-,diatev turn it over to the na-
T2ir gae! their gaze! we see it yet;
What yers were in that earnest arguments to the putiblic at large, For these reasons I urge the ,!mo- ,ional campaign .(,mmitt ,, or it can

Seprmesslon we may not forget, Mr. Bryan, the nominee, and Chaii crats of Florida to contribute as lib- .- sent direct to Governor C. N. Has-
A eye from eye the farewell took.committee, rally as their means will p.-rmit, k-rl!. tr-asurr national c mmittee.
man Mack of the national committee
Tw something of earth s love, but have both issued appeals tor popularMorethan5, votes wrecat in Ghrie, Oklahoma.
much our recent primary. An av-ragoe of B-iiving ,har th .!eo)cras oft
Of Heaven lit up each beaming face, contributions to the campaign fund.
Te look r'f holiness, and such $1 each wouMl make a very '-ica- Flor. da, when fully awak-ne,1 to the
S speaM unwonted, inward grace. In some sections of the country these be showing for this state, an h r- .t ,, siuati'n wil r pond

T hat ship! she left us yesterdasy- appeals are being heeded and the are few voters who cannot aff,,.rd o Jib-raiy re th- call which Mr. Bryan
Our words were few, but tears were ,.. .,,
O e e-people are contributing in a very sat- contril)ute at least a dollarr, whi-e *,th- andl the canEpai-n c.,mni'ev have
givent-
MIt souls. last looks-she's on her isfactory manner. We should do as rs can give more. n haV', I am, '
way,
And we have left them all with well, or better, in Florida. s As one means of getting c,:r a g,. l o:,'s f, r .,r.ocra'ic -,-ce.
Heaven. Florida is a democratic state. We vuw- in this state in he Nvn--
TWe sea reflects her silv'ry track.
Our steps to silent home are bent; I do not have to make the figh" hre ,cTio and of rai-ing n. n- ,,v -
Yet would we never beckon back
The mewengers that God bath sent. I that is necessary in the ,loubrful l.t--, ',v The national canr,-in c-:- P-n-.o"a, FIa A.g. I',',
The Messengers that God bath sent.


That sbhip! that ship! what teeming
clouds V, 1w IV 1w 1W V, V, W*44V,<1w VW1w
Of blessings wrap her as she sails'. -- ___ ,
What prayers attend her as she.
crowdaers attend er a ONE TRUST THAT DOES AS IT wlwn it undertakes the revision of THE PRIMARY time. L't ocunty offices be fi!l.,
Her as to p itious gales. PLEASES the tariff sch.elultes next year.- priLiar' if you will ler state (ffi
Her canvas to propitious gales. World. Judge Johrl. \w. Malone, in I'As as- s il! if it must be so, bu g

Thlat beautfully may be found The sale of 2S.41,04 tons of steel rails suming juriliiction is a I arty pri- us a live, real democracy again-
Glad feet on many an idol hill, at $20 a ton to a Harrlman railroad HUNTING FOR BURIED TREASURE mary dispv34, may have saved the for whieh we can rally and shout a
T11l Sharon's roses cheer that ground, in Mexico is a timely illustration of I N FLORIDA primary. $houl,1 there be no recourse work.
And streams of life those valleys how the Dingley tariff work. In the ----- in c,e a partisan comminte4 count- The o rruption of the indIividual
G il! home market the price of steel rails ial from orwich, Conn. g a primary nominee, the pri- ter y .'ny is becoming alarm
,, say"NK B. LORID.A rich an, i.I-re

MRS. A. E. GRAHAM. is still being maintained at $2. Rail- vs- K. B oChard. a rich man, is pre-uld be a farce. Trh struggle It will vitiate the primary if it c
roads which need material must come paring to lead an expedition to dis- w-oulJ 1 to eteet county committees tinues.
OOELLTOWN, P. I. to that figure or withhold their orders cover sunken treasure off New andl congressional and state commit- The next legislature hlas the
until business looks up. Smyrna, Fla. Chard. while fishing te favorable to candidates, as well mary law on its hands.
1D the Editor Ocala Banner: The ordinary merchant, v. hen trade near Smyrna. caught a huge crab. a t secure the individual votos. What will the solons do with it
Thinking that the readers of the falls off. reduces prices in order to \Vedged in its claws was a Spanish This would increase the expense of Monricello News.
Ianoer might like to know how the attract customers. This is his way doubloon. Natives told him legends t primary anrl multiply ihe uncer- We knew the -wil and wool
a ~~~~~ot buried treasure on adjacent islands.! th rmr iimlil h ne- W nwtelidadwo
tasinties. [t would pnl~ chancesprmypelewldgtbctoN
p are looking in this part of the of keeping the establishment running Chard open up coprnart yeo.e would e bak to th
mmtry, we have been taking specialty while making the best of dull times. r search treasurer h i for undue Influence and corrupiom, senses some day. The .Jasper Ne
mice of such things recently for the It is no secret that the steel trust is chests] The simple truth, of the matter is anI leaders of this paper. Near the line badly in need of orders for steel rails supposed to be in the water near the that the democratic organizations or baen charged with being foes to
vldlng the state of New York from from, the railroads, and that the rail- shore edge. Gorgia and Florida have lapse', un- primary because we have contend<


C-ada on either side, lies the best roads, in the effort, to economize. have', ler the primary system, into innocu- all along that the ticket was mi
mtning section that it has ever been deliberately deferred new constric- ONE CANNOT ALWAYS TELL ous desuetuie. Under the primary cumbersome each time by placing
=y lot to see. Great fields of ripen-! tion. system l)parry spirit, party principls it various committees, electors,
ei gratn stretch as far as the eye j The reductions made recently on a Only twenty-five years ago the Los and platforms are forgo;ittn entirely Now that the other fellow' ox is
m see. Oats. rye and barley are the i few minor products were a(lopted by Aneles Herald gravely a.lvised its in the scramble for the offlic-s. There, they are comin to their en
pincipal grains grown. We have seen the steel trust only after an inlepend- readers not to plant any more or- is now no democrat l,oly authorize,! There are only two or three cha
ry few fields of wheat, as that ent concern had begun to uindersl!. ange groves. "as there are more ,to make a party declaration. Th,, -s necessary in the law as ii stand
fin does not seem adapted to this! At all the recent conferences between plantel. now than will be needled in I forces are scattered,, the ranks .lis- j)rovvid!- for imblieaation of expen.
e-Btry. and farmers say they can I members of the steel-rail pool the ten vears." Yet the people disregard- organized. -srict these, name the officer to
buy wheat cheaper than they can steel trust has stool for I-ei ng uIp ed th, advice and went right along A renleiy would 1) to rt.r'n to the selected, and committees, etc.. to
aise it. The land lies very level prices at any cost. and planted more trees. There are convention plan for the election of nanedl in a convention. Then the
bre. without a real, genuine moun-i Charles M. Schwab teslifiedl before probably a hundred acres planted, electors, le'gate- to rl national will be all righ-tLake City Inl
2ai in sight, unless they are so far the industrial commission that steel now to one then. and still pIlaniting convention, andl memliers of county.
way that no one can hardly distin- rails could be manufacturedi at a p zof- goes on and the markets a'-e ever state an l congressional connmmitts. Probably more shrimp or pra
t3sh them as such. In driving over:it of $16. The steel trust is actually calling for mniore.-Redlandls Cal.) A party platform or declaration should have been taken out of the Hal
te country we notice all the latest selling them abroad for $2,'. It rofus- Cirrograph. he made in every election. river the past three days than h
IMproved machinery for farming, but I es to sell them cheaper than $2' a, -tUnder the present primary system been caught in the same length
Jre-most just at present is the real)- home. although it would probably \Vedlnesday was a great day in there appears no hope of an organ- time in years. Wednesa morn
er and binder, which makes it both bring the railroads into the mniarker !)v Florida-it was the birthday of the ized democracy, but instead the cer- they commenced to come p
poMible and profitable for the farm-}doing so, because the Dingley tariff In.!ex editor, andl also of the county tainry of a lis runtle, leaderless. dis- schools anl barrels of th w
M to harvest their crops. The best enables it to charge the top price. The site election in Brevarl.-Lake City organized rab;ble, that might fall vic- caught near the draw on the so
market for the farm produce is found lesson should not be lost en congress Index, tims to some new party isms at any brile.-Davtona Gaztte-News
ke the nearest towns in the states, al-I
tough the farmers have to pay duty I ......
a every article sold into the states. '
This duty varies on different produce., : "-V. P'
the duty on a quart box or basket of .. ..-*K. a. '" ": -
be tll-, P ca- fr* ni t 41%. .. ... .. ... .. '5, "- f .- : ,: *


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THE GOOD OLD NORWT1 45S

Distancing All Other Soutrn ate
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S tion Described Whre Rosy
SCheeks Are Seen
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To the Editor Or-ala FBanner
B o'i.g an as.sim ilitar'-i .',ri',la k -
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NOTICE
~'A '..i-' iC,,.- .-, t tl.., Take notice ,hat I will on the first
'hat w ., ln<-,,-ti in :ts -;..:.L,;--he" Th'ray of October. A D. 191r. or as
That thb- pril*e of 'he f r -st was Ti,1- ^om ther-a:'Ter as I may be heard, ap-
edl up T': 'or a pirnion for .1. S. Wester. wh)
St The narrow of its little 41j) wat convicted of forgery at the fall
meek)o -t inh -las,. terpj ,'f the circuit court for Marion:
And mnklc ,O .sink mn "h- ,-arksom ,',unty. Fiorila. in 19,.3. Anyone de-
earh. siring may then be heard on the mer-
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lC rh~ 'WILLIAM C. HODGES.
its wor-' '-2-2t Attorney for Petitioner.

"And oh how many will tre,., on n'.- A real wild anti woolly west story,
To come i a .ladmire lUi b.lautTfu! is tbsit from Montana, of a lone
trVI highwayman who heldl up seven ,
Whose bead ti.- tow)e'inn t.%ari the;'*aJs-e coaches obtaining $6.OO,)' -in
sky. Ione dlay -Pensacola Journal.


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TM PUM A ANDS T19 ACORN Above such a worthleu thin as I, over wht are now known as the 'Sand
-a p e n yield to i ndvain, a cumberer here. FLORIDA AS IN 1826 Mountains When he completed this
n the I have been idling from year to year; p of his trip e trck what hae
Wa the i words of a tiny But never from this shall a vaunting b a lled the 'shes. whic he-
---.. u e fo h88anavutn BY GOVERtN OR W P. DUVAL been called the 'Slashes.' which el-
st.. word BY E U P. DUVAL tend well down toward the big With-
SI lnorM whila oa flee. ] meFrom the humbble pebble again be lacoochee river.
I ab~dimg whit ages flee. heard.
The pefting hail and the drizzling j TillI something, without me or within. Highly Amusing Description Furnished Superintendent of The Chief "Showed" the Governor
raint Shall show the purpose for which I
raord Why the State "In addition to being a skilled guide
ymv, tried to soften m tonginvai. ha e Indian Affairs Then WhytheState I am inclined to think that Indian was
Ad th tender dew sought to melt. The pebbble its vow could not forget. w s ak a me on h
:1ht e ^rnor speaks of 'Chicuchatty or Red
yet -Anonymous.
"there' none that can tell about myA house: He is evidently referring to
birth. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE (Prom the Pensacola Journal.) Charcochatta or Red Council House.
For i'm old aP tAhY Sig ronil earth TO AT -a noted council house among the [n-
Foor I *m olld as tbo- big ruaind earth das h ninmd egah
Th* children of nion ari%,- and pass When the dimpled baby's hungry. ins. The Indian made geography
Out of th worlilk t:,le of tras. wt ,tos th baby do? Some of the early descriptions of I did nor visit the Peas Creek. I ror the governor because that coun-
utAnd moay a foot on mel. ha trod AIt ,lsn'w lie serenely anti m rdo Florida are highly amusing in view had suffered so much from drinking cii house was in what is now Hernan-
Thatnd gmanY e from sight and under the swtotlo, coos of what is now known of the state water alive with insects, from mos- ,10 county.
atgonfr gt uete T lo ia and of irs groit development of recent quitoes, intolerable hot weather, an.l The ol council house stood at the
so.Th,- ~ hnhy- bab- eliows with a.; and u' sgrt
I a s a pbbl,, but whh- art 'hl. !i,.l mihi a. years. Nor only are they amusing, my horses were so reduced by the foot of a beautiful and high hill. one
ama pelm aod fm..ni. bu:, 'u !! mi5w iilr the following letter by Governor journey and the swarms of horse flies ani one-half miles south of Brooks-
R attling alon z fr,)ni tho. r . T i ,, n. U-#--,z it sron,,-, th,n Z <, -U
atlbough"- -l ,.'r. i x .-" Tit r n" V .-P Duval. who 'Iscribes a portion that I determined,. to leav, that pon, vil e and on the margin of a heauti-
bog* .:iv f F ori fa a- he saw. or thought he unexplored, having received, sarisfae- fil. *it5. clear lake. now called Irvin
T:,, a,',,ri ;,- ,- .-- ;, ...- f'.- "," c.,-.- -saw it. 4n 1, ;. indicates tlat the In- tory information that r-, re is h t Iake. Th. Charr.chatra han-LSck is
'a.u' \ :. ;L' -- > in inatiitant.ts; of Th' state were as o a small tract cf w`. ,,,' ln:r i. n thtt du twelve miles Iohn ,v an axer-
L.: l.: ? tan .-,." ;- ,i- :. .. .. -.W ;a (,dt Wivi whenv it came to a Quarter a e of five in width. It is heavily rin:-
L i '.-a' !'t:n, : '.el. a< 'h..v were in any other "'.--e, w:\t\:r oak ii. s*verw:al \ ii'ieties
Sh.- !,.* ...f.,-,.. ..., * U T I : W retched Nea- Ch.:;;c atty th ; i ,ith -r h:.iriIA \-)o. O Thr- 0!er ,f
S ...- T.,, W retched 3rd Near C',1:1: c.C atty
*:t >". I V ." i :i -. R r r s o n o f T a i l a h as i i mna rtC < i s ao r : .e Tai- o ,"
,.. -*. .. .;:.-:r fhu lha TPen hant for prohingi i hav--' n r a ' i. The .\nnu'aliia or
....................................i a:. if.It 'IZt --lhj tract o: (,),ln'xrrh rii.. that x',-cl. i, en Hckai'--h lfh( t:e (le.aa
A T -: ..v ::, ; .,, ,, ;,,, ; ." l i ; r i t v r < o. ,i a n ,t fo r -,o t ,n h i h a n ... ic I -.a
*. .* *. .. ... t o ;' h a s Ii > '( .- e r r. (f t h e f c l ,w i n v I t,- ,. . i ,, ... ., r ;a l i i r m t-ter lh ihj Tti.. .... T


. ', L I .. .. ..o........... c-. (u- e \O siO X i -5 So)l! or....... (..11....- .- . ........................ i-" W'" I NOTICE
-'trin b y G;overnor Duval in re- chatty. The .and hills ri, v"'v hih ,k '-avral,-. between six andt sex--i -
s!o:..,- ro a request that he examine andl the Indian trrail wins n the ex- o niis in wili th and is al-o he-avily In rh- C(ir' ',iir* of the, FFifth J.-
an rpo u that tractr of Florida tensive sand rid-go for eight or nine tinm!,erei with a rea variv of hard l ial t'ircult- of Fl-,,ri. in and for
i e r l w i h a z t- a t r -t ( f a M a r io n ',o n t y -- ln 'h m ic r v-
Qo vhich the Indians were then ne- miles. The whole of those tm r f',r w)o trees. Mabl Oii,.r. Comjlainanr Jo
,),,a na". The fact that tho govorn,)r men- Oliver. D-~an-trt- for Can -
zotian.-.. Ti- governor's report fol- this distance as far as h- eve I Th tact tat The gotrnor men- Oliver. Dernicant-Ordr for Cam
Iow.-: survey has been killed by fire. rlhe rions the Big an, Little Withacoochee srructive S1rvict
burnt and blacknnedl pines with a;1in close conjunction shows that he It is orlered that thh etfea4lt
bun-n lcee pie"i owa-~d herein named to-wit- John OIlivr,r.I
Governor Duval's Report in 1826 leaf. added to the dreary poverty of never crossed the Withlacooch-e at and he is hereby reqnirw d to ahpb
the sand, presenrs the most miserable all. but he evidently thought he was to the bill of complaint fllel in tho
Fl:'rida Aencv (now Ocala. and gloomy prospect I ever beheld making a careful examination of the cause on or b.forp Monday. the 7th
iCharetchatt-a and Annutralig-a Ham- iay of Se-ptember. 11oo
February 'v 1s.6 After descending the so'itnor, ex- rarcifhatta and Annutnaliga Ham-,a o St ,r I, a
... . ItisIfuochr.,)rat wrs tathaly ,Inpian,
Coi Thon:a- I. MeKenny. General Su- tremity of this ridge I enrt.rei a lw. mocks. That was a wily Indian. For this order be publish., ,t a wo
irirr .-nt jf Indian Affairs: pine conr. sotd wih n irteen days he steered the governor for four C',nst-';itive we.-ak. In tbe
t i n ,~ i n r .> [ ~ t a n A f a i s -w e t p in e yv c o u :n t r y s l ,,t rp t w i t h n u t i-
S:r-Fini:-n, n my arrival at th- merous Iponds. I hSad nile1 ,ifficutyls skillfuIlly that the old gentleman Ocala Banner. a n-wtpalr publisbll
-:Kc-. *ha, t.e chief of o ,he co untrv to pass rh"u h ...them. althou h the i vt er g)r in siht f any good land I in hsai count anl -are
uzO L n i-)- nv : n' dy ",xvopt tilh tracr the Indiian wantTed Th t 's oISTRA:SK.
: .I h 1t o h', l t "" C l e r k i ra,'i,'gr l ir i ,n 0, P I &
r! .... ha i ha ino: 1,- .. faithriul- HaI much rain 'all,-n I n,-v-" o- 'i!d Lim to Cerk Circui o r r.mn ,
'. t-I',-s .1'.A-B To t rRhe pr',;n ,C th, have reach",; Ta nipa ay- :n r;,e- di- f H VB J.I D) C
NOTICE (_kR!. 0, L. SI.TRI'AK
.. jte-.. h'-i i n ,ji-:i- ice ha,; direction. So low. 'v a-s :"i .I- c. ,- ',. ( _') l)rIa .int 'li r
- O- .- "i "i i. ,t TO try as L s ,n ..i:'ry x- bi will be r,-,eived by the --
.*. r nded o a- ,i. .- :h- ,.rt of < ::nty corm iissione's f ONOTICE
.- T- i; ;in c."un r2 Nnd e- i all ,, a +- .n coun<),k yMari co, nrv. Florida. for the con- ,f A ., t ,n r -[
!. I. I.iv Li.r exan,,aoion nxacty a- niht in op I wr t l of s' bride, gos across th- ,)r, \Vine :ln H ',.r
.' .. L .. klawaha river at Sharp's Ferry and r
I h- -w '- honor -afr-r a faith- p, to take up :.y lo.iin on a '' t Moss Bluff Frr Copies of plans Whr-sa. Haarr .: Pr,' ha1 --
'at Moss Bluff F~rry. Copies of plans. with the ,oar,!of it ):mieis
:ui an-l la!,,i-:s x-xaminanion of th-ir w't place for the n-,., and specifications can be hadl at thewiht .eari!n o'nt.'i Flm..sa
A. jprs for Marion f'lmin .FltV-I. n &
landT ,Ior t1;ir,- n (lays. to make the No settlement (can, evr 1-e n-a n office of Austin Brothers., architects. oplicatir r -mit .-t; aillqoS
:.)ltw!i:- r.port. The long swamp, this region and there is n,, lan in Atlanta. Georgia. or upon app)licationwines and tbe-r in -;-<-cion di.trict Mw
which is on the riglh.4 of tihe military siaht worth cultivation. The bes: to S. T. Sistrunk, clerk of the cir- Ione of saidl ce)unty an, stat,. any -
iz+-n of such --lection dlistrict m
roadi leaditng from this place In,)w the Indian lands are worth bui little cult court. Ocala. Marion county, ishow ase. if any th.Cr, bw. at th
,,calal to Tamnva Bay is the first land Nineteen-twentieths of the whole Florida. Said bids to be opened at meeting of the board to be, h,, i
niar rhe pr.lsent northern line deserve. country within the present boundary twelve o'clock, noon, Wednesday, the Wednesday, the 9th day of Sept.embr,
ing any attention, is by far the poorest and most misera- 9th day of September next, the same nixt. why such permit should t'NIe
granted. S.T. SISTRt-.14c,
This long swamp is near six miles ble region I ever bhheld. being at the regular meeting of the Clerk of the Board of Countty Co
long. very- narrow and entirely too I have. therefore, to advise as my board to be held in said month. The missioners. Marion Co. a f
wet for cultivation, except 30 or 40 duty demands, and the honor and hu- board reserves the right to reject any ---
acres at its southern extremity, which manity of my country requires: that and all bids. S. T. SISTRUNK, NOTICE
is inhabited by a family of Indians. the big swamp be also given to the Clerk Board of County Commission- Of Application for Permit to Sell L.
I consider it of little value. Indians and that the northern side be ers, Marion County, Florida. 8-7 quors, Wines a d4Dw
Akahumky signifies in our language five miles north of the big swamp, and h
Whereas. J. M. MeCorklo h" eke
one pond. It is an Indian town. The extend to the Oklawaha river, east. NOTICE with the board of county ma i
land is too poor for cultivation and and so far west as to include the big --era for Marion county. PlorlSe.
there is very little good land in its hammock. This line will take in no Of Application to Sell Lands Belong- application for permit to sell uef
neighborhood,. Pilalakaha is a town good land but the big swamp of any Flook. Deceased wines and beer in eleteUoas dool6
e_% look Dec asedone of said county and state;sany 4W
occupied by Indlian negroes. Its name consequence, but by extending it into All persons are hereby notified that izen of sauch election ud street
1"1.zas aminsstraorloftib*estate o
,signifies scattered hammock, and there the Pine Barren five miles it will keep I. as administrator of tl e estate of show cause. if any there be. at "
is but littl- land fit for cultivation off settlers from the Indian boundary Phillip K. Flook. deceased, will on meeting of the board to be hbed f
about it. ani in the rainy season the who would otherwise crowd near the Dr. 190d make application to the HAn Wednesday, tb. 9th day of et
be- tber. 194S. next. why such p .u
best of it is under water. Chicuchat- line andt sell whiskey to the Indians, orable Joseph Bell. county judge in should not be granted.
"y. or red ho".s,. is an Indtian town on The Pine Barren between the south and for Marion county, state of Flor- S T SiSTRt'IK.
ithe margin of a large pond. It appears end of Alachua and the big swamp is ida, at his office at Oal. F!ori, for Clerk of the Board of County Co,
an order to sell the following real es- missioners. Marion Co. .Fla. -11
'to l)e an an,-i(.nt settlement. All th- poor and never can be cultivatedl. The tate belonging to said estate, lying in M.
'ioo, laniLs have been exhausted by distance is about twenty-five miles. Marion county. Florida, to-wit: North- NOTICE
:c,:tivation and it is now poor, un- The big swamp is six mile long and west quarter of northeast quarter and
!&,-althy. an.-I has no water near that is about two miles wide. and is heal- northeast quarter of northwest quar-Prm l .
fi J drink, th .v, high. ric ha la nl 1ter of section 6. tow nship 15. range 21., A pplicatien f,)r P ,rm it to Sel11
'is t drik. hv, hi,,h. rich land & qtior,. Winws? andi Boor
to drink. east. Who qr W. \Vin,-s anI Beekr
I e the honor to r-nin, aid i m fr the hras Bluthenthal & B lca.
Said application isnma, t,
Big Hammock us DescribcJ X r: r o b~edtient ,:--,van:. sale of said lands to pay the debts of cor,,orate '. have f.IPn 'ifobthr o boM a
T B i H a m m o c k Is. c r b c d Y ,- r i s i ,iu t : nv a n-' Is; o f cor o n t y c o)m m h -4 :o n er t o r M a r t = m
} salt estate. ain O
|Th: t,i l.,.,-t k is r,, n..a," PWM P. DUVAI.. Dated tl.ii -h a 'p of Auust. A.p-rm:it o li iijr,. wines andb
.;hi, .-. 17 S. 1.,_ i Uy x- ilD. 1 o E (.C. S:MITH in olcti,,, ,lisri, ton- ,f ,aI m^ t
; ,",- i :' w a , 1:." l ,; ; ,-" _, ,_ ........ ....... A-V m ini-i tractor of the E state of Phillip a t rt iz f -' l
-~il an .li_-it in,! w a :e-~v~U-; -- ~ Iilpad4t ann vnc I ize f 414 a Iooe ion


v1i^ in% AI. A C .il t. AT0 a, '.o ,. n' oertson s .crm ent I K F OOK. U cease. i. b-] i
aoi re i n t TT er liry !K?' L an'I' Co I_ 1 1.
a^ spa nraz~-' Th-,' bug aa:.- (,o):nx nrin.. ... : ;p n th-; rniarkahll APPLICATION FOR CHARTER
*,^** ^ mock is m;ich ,lowi'r ,lan The aijoin- loiter. C',. Rolu-;.r-' slny:--
Pt ^ | ^ ing land which is poor pine .-andiy hills "Yo-i will see wh-n ,,_,: ;', Ii it t ha Notice is hY"r.-l giv,'n thy An ap-
|wh.'l!v unfit f,,- c,',Iivaiion. Thlere i. he Iniians ki--w a }lot ,ire than thv plication will be made before Hon. V.
Si lar ,iC he ceter of this --ot c'i, f or i:,--iv anl S B'-llock. a hi,- ham'ts in ()cal.
;- "" '... .Fla.. on the t sth day of Sedtember,
'o s'- y our -r'un"t --pTp I hoimiunck- with SIvral rains. In rhe skill it i-eat DiIo. Take y.-. r n:au, ,: 19,s. at 1, o'clo you do, now is your opportunity to uy wet season the greater par' is und-r Florida andI trac- th,- l. and i: vyt M he Gran l f Christian B-
water: in the .,'rv. season Iber'.- is no know anythin, at all of t county ry evolent and Cheerful Giving Society.
W e have decided to sell 200 pairs of pants at, ,_n aT en larg Lod Theyou wil teiici oftthe rn i
Soil from S growth of timer would plan and the skill i which r was pis of temperance. Christian benev-
intluce a passin- observer to bt.lieve carriedi ,I'1t. olene, and all Christian virtues, rti
m i ir vervy f.-rtle tfw I ft'in,! .Tn e\.yam i,- '"Th, In. ih' n uf lo-. , i'on .,i th. care for the sick. bury th,. dead and ,


li.jz'ricr may -h -w c'i'n.. if any thr.
be. at the nitrinl) o)f th- hoard to )e
epii on \\'eilnpatdav thb- sh -awv of
Septenll)-r. flex' w A-h i ifh permUit
!loiildt I1o" hea 2Tr.-tnr ,I
S T SISTR'NK.
lerk of t.li BRoa rM i on Ci:nty ('.ow
mis.;,)ionr, Mar: ,n (' Fla 6.T
NOTICE

Puri.,iiant o i:..!ttr,:',:, of tMI
board t of ()oiinty conimi.oifmoner8 of MN
rion county. Floridia. I will offer tar
llat n ,| ai&o l t thp his hl at IsA ,, a


NOTICE,
Of Application for Ti '-ed UaI
Section 8 of Chapter Law*
9C F Mr1t
Notice is hereby gtw t W V.
Clyatt. purchaser of Acert-ddft
No. 2549. dated November 2. Ue S
Nos. 1073. 1093. 1098. 1114. dasg ft
5th day of June. A. D 1906. a k"
said certiflcattes ln my olce. -
has made application for ta x do"
issue in accordance with law. SW
certificates embrace the followtol
scribed property situated in Xaal
county. Florida. to-wit: 17 chalm i
and west by 1.32 chains north i
south in northeast corner of soft
west quarter of southeast quarter. a
tion 2. and west half of southwa
quarter of section 2. lots 3 and of
section 11: south half of lotr j a114 4,
except 10) acres in s)utheast cormwr.
s-cticn 14. and lots 2 andi of sectlM
",I. ail in township 17. so,,h. nran e ,
east. The said Ian,! hinin asseo
a. the date of tb. rh.,'1.- n -e of sofe
certificates in the namne of V'nknow.
H. M. Goethe & Co.. lGa,-- Thomas a4
S. WV. Backtreor n..- a-, e,-rt. ct
care- shall be h.,-men! ac'iordinig to
law tax d,'d e i!: t- 'i- tiorr)n O
the ',rh tiay ' S.;' ., l \\''nlv,--. t -fic ,, Ia .-i,1atiro asa
se;l this [he. ":i ,.iA y of .\',:t'i A D.
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WWAY UK ka EPHRAIM THINKS
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|__( fl Fla., Aug. 2S 19S.
To the Editor (cala Banner: AP
Ucle Ephraim begs to offer r a few ..
*---tionsi in regard 10 tan act passed -
1the Florida h-gislature of l(T.41-.
0, ling an act granting pnsions ,to1of 10 0
,l Conflderat,. e lIiI.rI. By his
a-etnim*-t t"t tht! -*imqwrty (11n;ilifi- 41 00- ^ ^ H^ H^ B^ ^^ f ^| ^ ^1^ ^f^ _B
StM'io claus<- was n' dt\n v Ywi'h.' -"
Tieat is, the we-althy ol :ol'ii.,r. ,,:
0e with a good inconr. ir(ni his bu.- 41-
One" renis. o ,inv stnr,-7... woul.'4101-
drmw the same amount a- "hc ht'! d--
a"d n"-dv oldl -c),I-rT. SO-flII ^S
Thbe Florida lt.gi,.hiaur o, 1. !- ,,' (',i -
ladly broke t h, rc,,rn n !i: -way ,:
mmdli-ss awl xirax;t4t a!,i^r,,- Wolesale Grocers,
tmtio and thi. atii-il. :!.-nt. tlr nord,-,- 7
Is s extravag:anc,. lik At,,)u Bn "-
Adt"'ts nanm al l hda all 'h,' ri.t.
There was at,,r.(l,.y,, n,-,l f
It. It was ah-ur,!, an.! nho i -,Wi. coin.-
n K poliTical s,-n.-0 in :1. It i as lik,
laying a heavy tax on th- )opll tot
build an exiwnsio'. britre across a
str*m of water that had a good ford! V
M was always fordabl ||
The old law was all richt-no on(- FO FLO
gas clamoring for a change. L ,. I .
The neely old soldier was satisfie,l. 1"
tlamkful and ap|ireciati -v. whil, most "
o those (drawing pensions under the _. ITH T A O L
w act were in no net-d of assistance m- IS THE STAFF O LI
o anvy source., andl consequently O'
tbeir appreciation was nil.
There have been ;754 applications .
for pensions under the act of 11'o7- dm-11
.boutdoubling the nul. r of p"nsion- Send us your orders^ W e handle the old Reliable r
afliout doubling the numiwr of p+-nsion- d-
as. It is safe to assume that 25,"u ot handle
these would draw pensions under the p..--
"property qualifica'ion- acT. whicE, av-0'
rling $1"4 each. would takt- $*'5#""-B ARSEK
s that have been added To the pen-i B-"
Ion list by the new act. This. mind j i f-
ym. not for oney tar,, ,,,, PRbut CE nd U
seeding years. in.fin,,i'.ly. ol No second Grade, But the very best, PRICE and u
The total number of pien-oio)ners, un- i -
der the old and new acts. nov% amounts 1
to 722<".
Now. Uncle Ephraim wo'i!,l reslect- --
tNally suggest that The sTat of Floridta. -- "
lte lieu of a pension. tivo made and ,l"
presented to all oll Coinfe,.!.rate- et-,
UIS worth more tha n $1"., or .-- ANE P E A4
*12l". a gold m,-dal sui'ablly inscrih-|I '
ed. say with name. coyi;,any. rtsi- C A !N D P E A
lent. command, ec., or th- bartlts i
the'. werv in. or lboth. or any appro -
ptria e device decidedly m Thf' me Ial- i. ^JJ^ \^ T~lA )1T
Let it it 'in. fln "" hd- New Crop Georgia Elbertas 2 and 3 pound cans T
ft h. Let it I, s,,ii!i ;' n ",_* lb h;irnd-i ^ -^
Sd down to th.,ir d.-.en.itnTs a-s clhr-
lehel nmenhen'os ;.nd heirl)oo1.1s in tL.* ^/ ^n l 1*W ll~lr^^ >P ^ ~ ^
Ml~ mm( ~o a,, ,.r,)o,:. i tI.. 2 and 3 pound cans Pie Peaches
tboily for genera'ions to o,)nl-lik1,t'
the Victoria Cm-,ss. or 'h. "0'os ol i..
Legion of Honor-.a th::i-: l0 h,, I;"' ;,lt :
of and for Their famil:.- TO 1>,. i' ro-.i-u
of. There is ):,,'hint t. .' :r id l :
IB drawing a t.w dollars t:.i 'oi: io |it);
ot really need fomt 1h, Tatx payt'fT!
Of an almost l'ankrui't,,l S'.a. A -.\^ ^.. ^~-U.1 -f -. T l_


most bankrilo' :. e.I j'.'trdi ~i
th;ar;'t h,1will a. ,t ,'," t,,ar L oa(d TLe i essee Irisl V ot;
The ;i."'* n ,iii-. at $:- ;.< 'h \v,,! "
cost 1'- stat.- $12.-'''.-- TO
the staT.- of l1 .': . .:.. '.:':.
slawoina.' o ,: ,: ,,,, ', In 150 pound Sacks, ORDER QUICK
M al ,,' t an' I-' : .'. ;',," I ti-,
the s f'aT,' for a i, \ y, \,*".-. .. i, , that" it !.~ :aat. ~ '
a ? wh"l.'.ltI JUST ARRIVED Car Pure Bran and Shorts in 100
of Fii o ,a.
U'ncit, E"phra" ).im ,
teori, a .. .. Purina, Scratch Feed, Oats and Corn
th e a cr 1' \\ ,)ii .! ",i\, "!.
chang. I t' < ;. '.n 'v. . \ '
A ll l,, n ,r 10 *h ,, ',, , ,.* h'.- ---
e ra t c'. "i., , .. ; ,., !,,.. : ,%\ .. Th_
a n'bless h t .- i o x R .. i
eran V.! F2'iRAlM
DEMOCRATIC BATTLE HYMN ___
__ OCRAT^BATTLLets have your orders for W ash Boards and Axe Handles
F We ai.v co .in.w. 4,iY 1'-y.:, '
F romi 0- . ..."n,-o livery and Prices Second to none.
The hos- <,,f tfre'

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