Group Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. : 1883)
Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: May 30, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00642
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
alephbibnum - 002052272
lccn - sn 88074815
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Gamsby's Music Class !.t the
Ocala House Wednesday Night.
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Miss Bettie Sharpe Complimented by
Her Friends.
Mir. 'iriol INr'.' Jiiie' i. .ff MO Iva'iiv.w
have ii-04~f vi Vtut iolij-4 to) I f lit- IWO,

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LUkq. JIac- 'attll h o' i 1ttlle'-.iy'
ee 0o. iilZ,z .111 lie I 0' le'ven Ii, at the
1'ro-l*'.-toriat iuii ch rch.
Illhijor 0 o f M 0d Ii--4 h:tIrjoe's 'appjrt ~w It-.
izii- iiiar' i-tge' tit.- -NMoother's 4 1mub*'
teof & r : li- -in' 'ii Aj,)%t-r-'iruciie
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.11 -ev.-I'A I ear'.. -t II fortli-'r interei..t
\%:i !1-. .olte.-I li Ilit-' :, lieu' iy tiet" Nort
th~at it %va-.4- t *oizjtle I.. '-irlori-.e to- )Ii_,
''1~'tti .' -lw .lla!IuKjbo'v that lie'. hiad
11-4-i11 111W- 41o 11i-r-' i''~ to, ttiiold 3 11g U-
Lt Illf! t irzit* H1fleoit,4-110'. slieowa- tite'

aind t,-~vfiil liolti -1 ri'o'Ito-, tollt %WI-.olve'!-

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vt r-a I'.' vl ve-i~',[Ilii4 w-mie11 il4I)o'-ala
an'i Iit i,4 -ilno 'o'le iv rt"'git-lto-oIted111.t 'we
ar.-' 4) -o i t' loosM' hoi-ru.
>h It,- tawtijit ill tile- kiw1~e'raruto.)

A~li!--' Atnie' Sliarjot-, fot' -vera.l years
.luoi i- 1ov( of htoy chIV iild IA k ha
vt'ver :41 tt-iioted thit .le o .
Mr-- luv~;:- ciite-rtainit ti er lvue''ts
,il tht l cvt rj, ula. and nt-I' v 0901ii cio'Ilii
-lie rlolr aund cake after which s'he' a -.Ai,)rt peeo.chi telling of tile at'-
teoli., 1411 *, very on-, ort-k-uIt foor MAli-.
Shi~,atto Ithen itiinviting ~tile 1-ILe-tS
iiot i the lwu-e w. '~here. the beautiful
j-t-'-cit- we're' ti4'.jlayeoI. Mlis.. hap
-u rp rc se- a 1101dof'a~ii re k'.i i ot- dl 1.411ttul
to) Willie--*..
'l'iae'frit'oioj- o4o4 N1 I'..M. I i.- jau111 iiu
-it hi,- lioozie in .\lex-twlIrril, ay, -New
Vootli: to -1 litlto too the en'.teemill inwhIich
lie i- hiet'l with :ta''kito'boezi .hower"'

I %,t, V. anit ii N\I r-. Bvi l i-i' illnwill lie "'at
loin, 'at .X ex.jiolndra Iy, Newv York,
a~ft'.r1.InI v tilt-fit'A t.
Thie bv'.t 'w.i'ai ..i4- of the entire It#oe -
1,10~ of *Ocila art' et iclot'-Otto) NI i-s

~\Ve 0..011 i like to) a-I-', tholigh o tlte
k0.*t )l 1,21j- fy if oa .piler, ift'helure Is anyi~
persT'on %I iio lbl i:1,L-t- -.f'o (;r*'eii' .\Aiigu.At
Fl'otwv'.r fm-o tliv' cure iOf I no1igestidtm,
I y-~.'j-.andaio L tivk I i 40114I095thaUt
lli.s ot ''tI o*I~t .'tj -zllol 9we aI-o Itliall

At the pi tor"' co'iftr' nice Mon-
day miTornlii it wi'as. i'citded to hold
vet niing servic-.s, c'nlii ncliiilig Junei

Next Sunlday evening all 'ongrega.
tions \vill unite at the C(hiristian
chiirch, Hev. Howard Dutill, of the
Methodist ichurch, prart-hiingi. Oil the
evening of the second Munday Rev. C'.
K. JMarhliall, of the Christian church,
will preatih at the Bapltist church, and
on the evening of the third Sunday
in June Rev. Robert HI. Morris will
.a ..#I. A l.. BS,-.. J t a ..--.. I .w

9 I It 1%404

In every department

of banking


are prevored to serve you

ir) a satishrctory tnunnn*r


Dance Monday Night
Ab,,ut fifteeln cou I- 1 f ,4 ,, .
yjoiutug people as-.rti.i. -.,o :t i lo. : n ,
Moonilay night to en.lojy i e lI -' .'
of the se.-'on.
Thie to N.i- Anni': i al;i tai'' >' N ..
the fair wraiduate tr fr i ti.- t s, i i ti i.
School last week.
An iong the attr:.wti.-t ',olo, I ,I,, -
present were M.1i-.. Mary Irk,-, ,f .An-
b rn, Aialiama, andl M.i-. Niri,. I'P -
rick, of New Y Iork, k hi 1,'- I.. ,,,
very imuch admired aind t 1i--- i !r -.
tine Riclhards and Ina H:t.iLmpt-i
of l aitie.vill' .
.M1e.,r'. \V.N. Shei-at-, ir. ,f I';l! i,:t-
..ce, and J. L,. Hopkinl-. .I.1 k-.i,-
ville, were al'.o pre-ont
T'le munl-i'- was furni-l h.i iv Mr
E,!dvard Pittmiain.
In -pjitt of the wartm tt,:itl .lr. :a-
terwards followed Iy r.ain,. h.-
odanie was well atteonded an' ,I w:t v. r%
greatly enjoyed.
Don't Let Them Suffer.
often children airet tortuit-Id eo ih
itehiing and burninii ev '/fia and i ( other
skin dii.asea s hut; Buckluen' .\rni. i
Salve heals the raw sores, ,expel. intl!ian
nation, leaves the -kin without a w : ar.
('lean, fragrant, cheap, there'-A no ;mlv'
,ol earth as good. Try it. ('urte g:aur.
anteed. Only 5' at Atiti-.Moi opol,ly
Drum Store. 1

Property Changes Hands.
Mrs. Abram Martin ha- sol h r r,. -,.
dence in Oalis, on Lime ..treet, to .Mr
S. T. Sistrunk, the detel of Itran-fr
having been reeordlt.Il l'uesday.
Mrs. Martin will lAve in ia f,'w
weeks for Virginia where -he an.ti lit-r
daughters will spend thet su iinmer.
She limay buy a summer hiome adllt
spend the surlmmers lihereo, tout will
continue to winter in (hOala

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Marble and Graqite

Aqr)d .

Of Every Description

'cal li *

Ocala Marble W

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works, Ocala, Fla.

len's and Ladies'

Boys' and Girls'


At The Boston More.

"Nuff Said. .




.',) M. ickay. PI rts. Davil .'. Wx -i' w < :.-

SS'r- l. T < R i t *I
Dealers In and Manufacturers of

Yellow Pine Lumber, IRough and Dressed.
Flooriug, ( sellingg iditng, ioLath, S iiing l l it. Turn l l -0 1\, ',. ,, -
Etc. Scroll Work andi ManutI, ,of every Pulpitsalid Rlailings, Schotdl I)esk, atl .Seait '. i *
Beds, Tables and Kitchen T'at.le-. <'vl r -- I '.. .
Altsoagrents for: Colt's Acetylelie a- r !. ,'-' I :r i 0 -'
and be4t lights. Patton's S unirooif Pai. ta, ltr '* -.r I I *
lasss Coi, pany. Estimates and Information Promptly Furnished

Stvles in I Ior
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i'Hlt OCALA BANNER, MAY :30, 1902.

THE CANDIDATE. Ready Speaker~s Contest.
flt'lttl--armory was farly wtll i'iai
The caududil. the mhIi iittl'ldF~yatrov ol-e 1, ilt
I.tLmv't-horn. earlytlv. t- 11t. LitI-li fero n ol-tt ta i 'l
Ci.on J, tin Find JPili tl IahIle r'an-1l%' --f.'kerM's oitel-t ffar tilet- (' 1imij

M .Ak. th ell taut- -aid -h *k 1-t1. 1 !14.t *jiat -a i -A w. e 're pjla e'ed in e''t- l 4A l.
-' thloiirt- their -t V b #-c

!i~ t -,1'. a T ]I; hi In 'i I 1:
f, X1 i- Ailv1-wrs h (;ertrutleoftl,

k-~ u-'V B"A.Iurf' 'ir. jr.., MIr. lleta-rL ( '1111 lt w v 4 V'
*~ '~*.....v- ,.'A iiMr. lHarry Shaw.
T -k ou '.ni itifl :v.'
He -plowsR -' W : 'in I -n *hai'- 2't : i t..t-1 An t.!.t cm aic-fr tit. ct' i :

t:- n a' :- ~roll, o~f tii- itlv.* iaj
The co: i -*illI V C I
V A -. m ()f 444-1. 4 "ruce s .! a ', a au a 't i ll iii .it", til
tile -l ie~litt-rti f i- A t-. j4 ltha 111V Io Ii'd 4
-ji'etl~j Iil '_,i;-' iitiI1:~" '1 *t li
j:1 the 'i iv.te ev

-- -ti 'ii to, K. A. Butrfoard. jr., au-1I liar 'v

W rre very v-.rry too Ulearn
Hired (Ga-kill is 'quite -ick.

Prof. W. W. Smith, of .
i.a visitor to our city.

that Mr.

Mr. Imoason Tison I-is r_-htmltIc'-s
a visit toa relative- 4;,i -i: ;i-

NN F 1 1',Pi Ia r. c ~i--i, %,'.i
i- vi-ifiwtz fri and- 11.nii ~'a-in liii-
It'. r.suhiiivati, ct (if ti- a

:atnt NI i.s PAtlile, SulihVtII.

4rs.'. E. Abhzon lu a,. rc.-tiiut-if i, I!n
.A'cliev.ille. -N. C ', where t-a'4lil--
iuied litn ~,her xusa1 -t'vvenl wteksi-a:'
Slt, wil il retuirni too a ft w
weeks c with hue-r ehilqlreii.

D)r. and NMrs. 1. M. Tlionii-oat1--f*2
Wvo'nvluciay vfo r 4'haarht-t-to whi're thAQ *
w'illf ,peuc a few daysi. after whiaj
they will go top Bi'-Awaj.i I It, C. .''t1'
-f'~iwn a niumuthi with rel.Ative -

Mir. J. C.' Iuuc'ani. '-laca has iwt-i-ii IIa'
1-lifhng clerk tat tha-' 1laint Sv?.teni i o-'
lotct foor '-tuzue uucothi.. hi~a? 1lit-11jI
fl~pt*4 al tothe age-iia3' tat New'oI'\ ~i'. -ltil
'wifl leave fcar tha~tjil~av'c-il l adc tY
t wob.
WVilt-xi ill (o,'a13. -nailat Ow aN.'.'.

dlout, loltmk a stk of lI-ant Sy'-tenli tlt-jtct.

a -lay. J. A. IDelit'-se. I'rctj-.. 5

Mr. %-. Wommiraw, Wift-an- 'I
daughter, wi!l s-ail fiar New York Sat-.
urday (oil the Arrajoahiewa, a ii-I fr.aiim
there take s-teame'r for Ani-herd.aim.
They will be abs-enit until late- in tole

Mmn. Sandford Bird-.y arrived t-l.i-
day afternoon from Havana. 4 ui;a.
and is the guest of het-r i-ter. Mro :
II. Snyder. Mr. Birdn--,y will ,::.,
over in a few week- and they wil. not
return to C'lila.

Mrs. Boyd autd her dauilihtt-r, Mi--
Anniltie Iloyd, wilo hlave l>o,(,n -pen|l-
ing the winter ill O('ala thi. guest-t of
Mrs. S. IZ. Pyles at hlir home -evteral
miles south of Ocal i, returned to tleir
homaie in New York Wtiii-sda%"y.

"C'leauint-s- is next to *daiu-..-"
Dirt and depravity go hiat.el in hmial.
This is juat as true ,'f the itn-idle f thle
body as the toul.itt'e. 4 '. ,il iia'tou
clogs the INtIy andal Con('a tipa;ton tIt-al. th'st corruption is
breeding iu the l boly, poi-iniing the
bloaod with foul eluai.ations. li,-ftaggiig
the lrain with its tainted exhaulationla.
CoAnstilpation: is the |l,'gittinng inof iiip r
disease than, itrhai.-s, any
single disorder. The caoti-euences of
constipatiou :are lhgioi. IIHada,'le.

I-alit 'lid 'xcl. :11111huh that Mi. War it-1
hat- cliazit' a '-r. zrta4-iiu- iact iil lrii-

v' t:,nct fail Ut i, 1avf veyt-nrv rcatI -ent-fit
L Owt. sa'IA'ar :aiiili-iti''u- (_-im~uuhIA14
i;kt- tit- 0a' rlt iti) %,*.in th'li ict~i1al.

At the Churches Sunday.
A\t tilie Kik-t i-t-hu'I ircli Sund' IaN.' IRvv'.
I.B. "a ri--ia f'raciit-la va-us' ill!. r
c-I ARig ..-ii 1111 c ilt-, !sUhjec'-t cf .1,
Gpo( i'AM ~-le a *aft'(tiie andtiii ii -
cv-v iihq 16.4 -hjtijkoct Wa- tbue M' NI'tj
wv'.et Ileta N. lie tretatedl thea- -I-It--at

alit t'tait. 'lt ell que cs tli1-at ltie ilc-
4ff u I rliv: raWit'hatlitav- tI'I
f'i rti ei''ai t szria-a' .j-c'aI ih
Ut-'.'. l1 i1!C- -Iua.aul I't h lJ i 't',a4 ill.r4'it I. V

Nf11A whastll at te (liritia tileIA'.-l

U.-'.'.U.11. \harrI D tlldti-lie-

theo anti iz''tt li.d1111 -4-1 at' irlt A y.-
lit' ~ ~ a (lil. dt- t uliliuiAZ -I".-

At thiiall atitheojaairitir'-tijli h-. 1
Nltiv.rIt. Irt. Mi'fi-di flltthuri- rin~

alidt. euutz Ti.-wAt ti'. Me orni li'

lea'-t full\ illn()cala. kit Ir- iia

tinaly friezicid in this eity '%%. hi'' great I v
depjloare Ili- departure. l it, i- :c '.'-r'.
--inlcert.' andi earnest preact'hir. andi it
i-,.a regrnet that lit- e anilith relliAtill Ii
4 Jeala lviiat'nhhlaI l I'.
Miss t.oprgia Siniiiii -ati.!:t -11'(.vt I,%*

The rearuh-cr ~-v-- I t'lit-
-hunch'a'i-wre coi i I' .. h1-

An Omission.
Ilii our it-p-rt 4-ftht. cona-alt int-at Uiit

4toii ii tt-t'. 'A oll li ii r- a''''hir'
ill t4Hiiy3'- paper, hut' faal~'a'ini-, Iira-
grapihi (1tile rtt-l'UtAIutoIS itilil1tad VaLi

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L: :i ix J.1- 1?'t l- I adl. i-,I t4 m!.k

10 11! LI!d. '. If Aii,_,ut ,1j'2.

and lovijUnifl%\ i
llh l'tt aive'11141ci ly ill aly11 .1tiy
4 .tcci='iitI.rijit, tolinlttw-santi &zu~oil
- slta'u it- fillf-. valntlti2.z 1. A.'.

paw 11inll -iaC, shoiie'1~'tm of l'ra'ath.un- m 4ll* i atlltON
dise fulilne-- afte-r eat iamg.' oltiUtvss (of
tile axtremitie-. nIiel".'.ii[e--. iidea'is--- N- .1. C. Po rher aind'I n-I a!'t
ion. fatai-tude. djizziiits'-. -I,t hoIoa~e-,. Mae Vonar ~retrn-iiiel AWt-'n. -;d-41:13fta*r-
fistulence. and a ,,no'c-of 'othenr if Ilcuol froiil -MIa.. hi!-- Po~rter1a-l :a-
Dients are dirt I' v a'ti-a-al I)'bytil-t ipa- It'c- a-hitei!athat-:' Ara
tiou. Cure a'ohlmtipaahioi iauld you cure !fIi i
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lion. Jefferson B. Browne.

f v I I 1- 4 -ca t I d isr t o I 'ft r V it In 1i (I

lfi''a.41 i''i.. iii i t 1 '. rnime if Swill
i- : t iitivv iiijiti' a lift.'

1ci, -rat of .ia. ~ v'rL 1.

tA.I lit-

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niangs with a Lamp in His Hand.

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Camp hzard Club Crganized,

N f- hI: Li-= 1 4 lj !Irlul l.

Flemitigton Club Organized.

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The Ocala Banncr Read Under the
Pyramids of Egypt.

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Chasing Rainbows.
II.. W. \ .. Iv.el-^! H ,l. W J.
('i, t i: i an I 1> 'i :. (' NI. Ifr',wi are
Offll For ::i l St L yi n:g' ? t '- -
t'ii.., '.u,;:i !: in 'ir-! ],' i'iiary. | tth

Off For Lythia Springs.

The Newspaper Forum Advocated.
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A N I 1A :~ Ri 11, QtF iI 11A AY

I ani Iplast~-4i~1 too see ill youtr i-- iCc4-f
May .1,viahi l efiiaticld '4 t-.ic' Aia'Ii-
dlate tr ar tilie -nut1`rag+-- (f IMe Isloitc

4 juft"tii )iit- that w i i i kt-I v iiwl,!v ttI lie at -
tt'litiazi 44 tile ext as-.iiil"bl, -.4i11 ft 'I
t Illit %-4 I :tre -' 'arviing thI e I t ii]''tt1i
Ytc, 11 I it-it fro mi i eat, Ii vanIitI 'at 111i-

ce-rivieto tit'll: FIa" ilM -tle'. for1114a tlii ',~ ~ I-i

W. iII (hlalile ti-lit, ov)Ioht too ca-I I .it-At

thley'will have ia relinvstitt:tlivt! -r
their vitieW, aillkia feAiai:aaI.t
H11Y tendecii&y to -lirk htilt, lli~c
ri-'tt.APl-iliilit' #of cr-yi u

It I'isilaliertunle that we sli illW
tit,' early cailicldai'y "t al:1i I-, 1 .t
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'iftheixi ('aot-4 l11111ill ig lut- :iii=Ihiili ''r

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%vitih Iti. i~ik-in g 4if Iue' t. 1., ua

Qiw ta r-jn-t~ittit -h~rice thir ihiL1'.

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va-rnil a-*tbrt' tcaiii iii'' -tt .,

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cith cRematihIismCuedA terpor

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t'n'I (XaaI tilt,'t ar~ii -itI'
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Against the Three Strand Wore Fencel
W~hierea-. A v' rttaiii, I
k no'.w'n a-.sthIie Ifli ree-4,1 'r~a i1 .i t'2.

law.i- ('' init)'' d .- !

a a Ill'.'. inW4ir l cur ia: *i,~4
men-'ttal 14 t Chcf-airmit-rii t# :?.rt.-.,.
g~reater p. rt iica(if l.i r;,.:i i44 ~
A-ntd. whit re-a-. \\'. ta.i-.
able t,) a-''c'rt'aiiulia'athe' -i! v iv
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your Fi'ngers

al tDyspepsia,.

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' leI w\ilts ,1Q'w h1ic h p ( mijitks (I I I % cst I () 11 .

Ftst1 raised liv it wvill I1't distrtjss.

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At the Opera ?louse Last Friday Night.
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A Charming Afternoon Toilette -The
Popularity of Tucks.
.\ I< h.triiinii afternoo i toilette is4
fahi- in, I fi ivream vo ileof lihe softet
q|1udlity i41a. the l prt-ferente for tucka
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I a'it al I,, aiil fiil CI k (or l',il ii'i'ry
: ,taa '.,iia i| '- ; o i a-ik. :- il H arry
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*ilia f i!r, i,,- work in liitthte-
lit-iti' ,lt; iini tiat' I rnll
S.. .\aIa'tI I-alin al-o r '-'lift d 'thei
i .alv a -!."; -i a !:l fal M i-- M miller.
.\AlI i al i. tlieh iv ,of theI pri.ze- aliA
iiial- l.. Mr. 1 ..l. I'll trfod,'r.hairmania
t,(' '' .' Il '.. Ia,,; l i : of r'ii t'e. -, dlt li'v-
, .r..,i lk i !,.f I i m i tn-l:i t :.pee Sli-. I l- Ia l..[.- w ill arr'e t the iatteli-
ti t 'f ir |a>. 1.j ,".f a'Ila, llad e's-
i,' | .t- i i ....' l\a t :ar0- inliter-,ted ill
a i i 1 ij*a i ti '( \l i >i ;.

Food Changed to Poison.
I'u' i( t'\ i.t .,, i t'< l in t inte-tines pro-
I*I -< -4 -a '- !;ke4 th"e of arseanit, ibut
lr. lKiin '- N,-w l ,,Iif 'Pill-, expel lthe
l,,.i-o;i- fr,,i, ,I ., H ** ,,d l,,w el>, .enltly,
a :i- \' l.ilt -Ii'.-l\-, c'irillm constil ition,
li!i tiei r, kilti ,y ainl tove *-l troiuldes
I 111ly 2 t A'lti-Mat'opoly Drug
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Ocala High School Teachers.
At a ilnI titni of L h.- locI al -ioad of
ftria-at \lt1ial:"y li'tr itilig the follw-
ing ta ;t-'lih were .l-'ateil tt the Otala I' a S'hia l for the next ensuing I
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a deep tke ell;.et of ho1rizolntal tucks
alternating willi bwandsi4 of black
lare and below thi tile la-e and tucks
run A soft rei-ette ot,
lilerty satin rilitlil is placed at the
i left -ide. Tile- elbow sleec 'esare trim-
nled withi rutllIes. The smue idea is
followed in thlie skirt which fall- in
very graeful andl artistic lines. 'aor-
ti elli- silk is ui'ed in the making of
this ('costiumie.
For earlier spring voile and silk and
wool material- are very much liked,
embroidered, nni, spotted faintly or
striped, in short in every form and
shape and color these delicate fabrics
still hold their own, the favorite color
being a delicate yellowish-buff tint
-hading to cream. <4ray is always
welcomed by the sartorial powers,
just now a faint shade of dove color
predominiating. There is another color
in vguile in Paris at present which
may also take here among certain
esprits in coming modes. It is a very
undecided shade of brown almost run-
ning t)o purple, a triple heavy perhaps
for wear in summer, and certainly ac-
ceptable for the variable "samples" of
weather we may yet be treated to.

He Kept His Leg.
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan, of
Hartford, ('onn., scratched hisleg with
a rusty wire. Inflammation and blood
poisoning set ill. For two years he
suffered intensely. Then the best dote-
tors urged amputation, "but" lie writes
''I u-ed one bottle of Electric Hitters
anld 1 1-2 boxes of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve and nmy leg was sound and well
as ever." For ernl.tions, eczemln:T
tetter, salt rheun, sores and all bhlto
disorders Electric Hitters has no rival
on earth. Try them. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store will gaurantee satisfaction
or refund money. Only 54O cents. 4

Death of Mrs. Nelson.
Mrs. Nelson, wife' of Mr. M. L. Nel-
son, of Belleview, died at the Vereen
House Friday morning.
Mrs. Nelon was thirty-three years
of age and a native of New York. She
came to Florida seventeen years ago
for the benefit of h?r health, and ap-
parently got well, so four years ago
she returned to New York. But her
health again failing, she went to
Texas and from there returned to
Florida. About three mouths ago she
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Rounmt G.a., Dailyv Kc -l.

Harvesting Machinery Ever Made ii
This Territory.
Saturday afternoIl,1i a ii, 11-,+ nll. i
sight ime the ghaz,.- of tev t.r l)a--r it,
Broad street, illn the iii.lil,',rlia a..t aI
the (;ritlin Hlarde ar ('tO.
There were l; fatrnier-' wagij- ill
front of thii place at onlit- lill No
(lone coull illainile tih 'an until Mr.
J II. M.ilniter'I headeil a ,orlp o lit iir
and1( loaded thi-'se wauiion.s with 7
)Deering mowers and rakes.
Thisn. peaks much for the "lh-'-riie
Harvesting Machinery."
The (rillin Hardware ('0. ar.- an enormous business i" j thi- line.
During Saturday they al-od i
:4I Planet Jr. ('ulntivator-. Mr. < hiarlt.-, of Pl'liladlelphlia, t who, rp.
*esehit4 the !n;tillfittureir, i. h .r, Hiil,
will reniaiu n 'o'verlli dIt"- ,liv r-i;'
the large tinumber *)f ,ordl-ri take li
through the (iritln IHardwar w 'C,.
Saturday liarked the lar te-r olitie
lay delivery of harvesting mlia'hintieryV
uver made by y ltrl dwa'-te *ciloniern
ii this section).
Photograplia were taken of th -tior
.tld wigolois as they vstoo loaded.
Mr11. ,Mainers is vt-ry hit'li grantifidil
with his sales thii year alnd renll:rk.d
while loading the wagon i: -' ri, l..-r-
ng again king of the fieldl"
lRome is proud of her mni:iy l|riogre---
ive firms, alnd it-e Record lia- -tated
before that Rlome s.hollil e he tille vil-
ral distributing point for nortihwe, t
These are the same make of miiiowe.r-,
eampers, hinders and rakes that iN. a.
hard & M. Duff. off O4)ala, aret agoel't-
or and have been selling so ntliy i.f
and pleasing every purchaser
All 1)eerinig maheline-are garantee'd
o give sati-.faction, leing lighter atlI
ess numblier iof pieces to get out ,of
epair, and are superior toi all other
Call and inspect thesee iniawt-i- It
will soon e hay-mnaking time. !IHub-
ard & 1-cDl)ull, Agents. Ocala. Fl-,


Pianos and organs tuned, regulated
and repaired in a first class manner.
Also make a specialty of repairing
fine violins and guitars.




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P.O.Box 655, O()ala.Fla.
Orange Springs Inutitute will aaia.-i
June 9 for its fourth term of iior'iial
and commercial training. (fid aI.
vantages; expense-I low: -urr'uriiiiuii-
pleasant. Address J If ii.ii.tia,,
(iainesville, Fla. --.-d1% w-w in

:;.wo bushel- choice peanuts, at 7;i

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Fine Moss Mattresses.

Old Mattreses M.lo. Absioluto..i
Good As %t..

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DR~Y ANI1) luIZESS I ( ) ( )iI'-~i ia a
anid cmintt'rs are' all tillh le aitI

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Men's and Ladies' Clothing
Men's and Ladies' Shoes
Men's and Ladies, Neckwear
Men's and Ladie's Hosiery
Men's and Ladies' Hats
Ladies' Ready-Made Garments
Gents' Furnishing Goods. Etc
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S..THE .I- \ *l(F OtiObl*. .RHiRlE TION-..*

k .--d', ttI:#, ien -t profo,uli sI i'ci-lii-
nromti( tleim-t psrouifsound mindiis of tile
.lt urie-, ilit ithe as-it'ount f it, a-
'iv-ii ii, 4eene'.i-, has never been
wieakened nol ir ex-elleh.
"II the iteginning (i created the
Iaven and the earth : and the earth
wa- w% without forml altd void : land
t!arkiltel wa- Ulonl the face of the
,ItIep. Atnd the Spirit of (,ofd moved
u;Iou the i face oif the waters. And
I $Id -aid, 'li-t there tie light taiEd teie-I
wa-- liht.' "
It i- IIot the wordl, ti ii-e'lv's,' n r
I- it their arrangenltei Ilit it i tilhe
hS*o tln lei-l-ie- 1f- s it ith ope :ttil '.4.
titin- they -cnirel itd, that giv'-

thi-. as','uIt f ti.'- reh'ti< it-. stli-
T'he-re wa.- la'kt-.- oif d:irkis ,- tev-
ryw' here.
There was o ie figure, uor ferm, nor
I-hlaise a- ro isisloved uutpn lit- fia-e of
iothingnessli., aid with a Irealh lithe
dalikl- tie. hid away aild light illtiedi-
ately MaIjp-lared.
N.o hliuman eye liayhs ever '-eli,-11 so
Itrilliatit all illuminati onal i. t
Ther iie-k tralnitisan gavet it- it! ui-
:i lroachaltl e s |eltido, r.
the water s ere divided i fim the
wate.r- and dry land alpleared.
Anid the s-arthi brought forth grat-.-, ,
h'rhe, Itr-e tid flower, teach y ietliig
e-"I after it,. kind asl ea'ch true ti it-

And the watersi brought forth albund-
There were created li4 fh, of th e h a,
f o,-of thle air aslud lreat. ,f the field, f
anI,. finally, (
In tlihe "image oif (,o- createdI lie
him. naale aitnd female created lie es
thi-It "
it e Lave lit-itherS superior dligniit"
oevt r wlie ot ither.

Awlid4vto,sl tl-'-s-the 1111124141til te
woia Ot~le (itstiliiuel i alivj1i-ft-4 I wor)k (if
lIit. reatioun, :11141gave Uto 1 hi.':u svs-r~
hae-i-h, tree-, atiel Mowei4r, and al:lI that thil-

T~h.- 111il he.141 tartetI Isosrun a.1rract- it)

1.The manui ilo run, the race ot

s- .1.1 flU-
InIL~te organ, re 1

the title C~lse hisI-
'ir.t nl~this ovter- .
ueWghit-I. ini the4
I-1.1scr it is under-
T1i 1 11 v. SUCet-s

a", -ce a Sound

Is, v :1 ; e S of thte

wpa:'% of siige.'s-
tIAn! A14nutrition.
W~ht.-:ithis I, 'lont.

s:imi~jitl an.! the
Isqts!- rses-ei strenth~ in the tonv- wav-
in' '.ixieh i-treng-th cani 1w given It- Tythe
iiutritisfl s1s'n-e~d froin digested arid as-







earth yields to sustain them happily
in the enjoyment of life.
God gave the man and the woman
domiiunion over the ti-hesof the sea, the
f.,wl, of the air, and the beasts4 of the
fi,1,l, hut nowhere in the Mosaic ac-
count of creation do we find that God
gave man dominiioiln over man, or that
lhe intended one man to u.urp and
nmolOipolize the fruits and abuindainee
of the earth to the enjoyUment of all
other mein or to atny Inumber of other
As the world grows older we di'eov-
er that the wovi il of thle earth grows
more auid Imore fruitful ; as it is more
and niore tvex 1d, it more and more
dir-el'-i. it.- lhiielden treasures; lastly,
a dI liitially, we ltid that <. * enough ftor all even until the endi i.hall
c(iiie, a11d that lte lntenled all men -
tie la.i-t man a- well as tir-t lman-to




hection."a' d i hurlili futile imaledic-
os at lthe frivolit ies and si all sins of
-ciety, while (lie apjirit of war, the



The "World" is the House" Senator Cois all's Challenge to in 1-lssi t,,,,, h ., I ,. ,, .
"whlo. builder is (;.l -it cmtes t(o a .0< ._n I
us direct fromii His hatt'ls, :ailtl a its Sena.....tor Mallory. a t- t s l '
S Ex-Senator W ilkinsoui ll hai' Ir Se.:itr I ill I **-
l-aves are ul-fodle-d anIl its trutlh- r- I Callb
S. .. Imaly announced bhi. eandida."y for seliat,, ,ll,,I' r ,ll, -

veale, there ctan e no i) l m'-iake itn i-
vining the intention of it- author.
There tan ,e- no mi-take that it is
given a- ai inlheritanie t,, ita fior

the ofttfie of pited Statep senator
and lias challenged Senator Mialik.ry'
right to re-election on, among otiher-.

thl, fol)llowintg grounus:
him tio u-e in ii 'ruct t -., he 1,>.-'
"You aet epted thile oti.e whenl
through it. There van I e no mistake the teleoratie eople of the state had
that tlie lat IanI i- intpeii!ed to4 le j ,s'lvoen another person lby a gr-at lia-
hlolied with all tlie rights alnd ,ilini- ijrity. You agreed to deffteat the will
ties in the ui-e of these gift- (lie !talile of thie democratic people uniler a s',,a:
a-, the first maai. litin sf a minority of llellmb'er- s f tI
i .hi Ii l, iislature w ith a faction oif tlie (' r-
iThe clurcli l should Itiil tli ir en- I ..i .t I-
ru il.Himi Party ill a great isite- I--'"
ergies antii see to it iliat ; ,,,'- iittili- tweell telle"i til (ile people tof tlie
cenellt inti'itio, i. not illifiE tliist ;itafte ill which all thli vital piriiviple-
the -houmte"ofhich lie i- thew"'luiil- of tlite democratic party werv. at stake,
i,, et t itsK ha ii- .I:it, lli- t wi h thiey %i nrte eove-rthro1wn
e r" i. n o t t u r n e d in to a c h a. n el'i,.. ,.l,. n i "^ ,
ai, tll te state delivered to (thie outrol
lier, atlut, inlle:tIl. Iuler it.e churh. f the t. o iru tion Party yv you-r ne
wi-e a uten'etiet guidance, thi ,.eali.pitane (hie llie sof senIal or."
Itl-e -hou l. lt ma'l for aill anl lsilei WihenI Mr. Mallory was elected to,
of tplenlty. tie s1 li'Ce of I'tited S.tates .-inatior
Thie mi .ion of thie hurtchs. .lult there was a contest between the Chil.-
Ihe to make real and joyful the prayer-- -y and anti ('hipley forces.

STh'e anti-( 'hipley forces wre I. l by

enjoy tip thie fullest the bhelefit.. at
thie ile--iin-s of Hi- creation.
This i- thie puipose and the grs.
(ii-uiiination ts his creation.
No.w, it 4oed created tilhe orld al
the thinli- Ion it, ili it, alid under
foir mIlan, and itave himn dominion ov
it, why -ishould nit tlhe elijio
lilt lit of thli tilingi- (s.olI h:iia i-reat
-., abuliidiiily for lhimi Ibe a part
m an'- 'eliii ii .'
,Not -elfi-lly nor igreeilily, for
(- justitfi:atiion for greed, but why .shoii
not tlihe lnil iestr e of o(r il'1 ilitel
tion he ejsiyed. ii illinteliligent, rationi
anid healthful modeilhrationi '
The earth toda\ \ieim an abutli
alise for" tile gratifii.-attion iof ever
ta-te, wi-lh and desire.
()lie -man. \%ith the work of h
lihalli, illn the -killful application <
moi-rn iiventioni, can vex the teart
into yi!ing ,enough for an hliunldres-
Inste'ad oif growing warren the wo-t
oif tlie earth continues to grow ior
and ioire prolific, as -cientific know
edge licomes more univir.-al.
A- it is with tise earth so it is wit
the air aldl tile ,ea.
'Tlie i--lies of the -,a are a" a-ltii:ili
alit to-lay a- they were illn the begin
liing hen the waters were fir-'t dii
videid an: seeparated from thie dri
1-itliy to"aliliisid mullet werecauligh
(lite- other day at 'iunta (iorrda at i
>iii>l,. haul of a se-iiine.
A- there, is ani atbuidllat'e for Mall il
earth, --ea, anil :ir. why should d ma
hiliow ai greed fsor more than -outighl t4h
ptsly ilii- ieed., like dog- snarling
ve- 1 i a lle ..'
If I;od crallteil the- thingi- fl
iitlli'- eljoliylliiet, why i would nlit the
'lihurc-iie- make it a part of their re-
igiion to see that these generous i gifti-
irie ei oyed by I all alnd carry ouit in it.s
illine-s, strei'tih, beauty antd ilry,
*od$'s l ill tili0 ,lit ilit lition .'
With atn abulidatiel for all, after
i-lihteen hunl red year- of lpreachiii
lie (.o-iel of 4Chrii-t, whty i- ti c piiit
if war, ithe spirit if, lihe
lpiri' of greedl, triuiphl:iit in all
i -. i:1i lal-'
\Wl'y i.- lir'-lly the w<,rlhi's .Molochs .
Why iAs want, 'or tlie f-ar of want
iatitilng Pevery llat" E soo .
It-hites take- wings and povery, like
lie- -word of l;iioiele-, hantg- us-
ieni-ded ready at any mlomenit to( drop
il tl le ilou 1t so piileit.
\Viiy i-s it pla-ille for the pset to
ay, lland say trutihfully,
Tr *" ?ni t h.!" ei t. te..i'i pth -!iun
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f .r.E!I and t l-iiines-i s everywhere
riutphalint,. can it ii ie sid that thel-
hiurcthie- of i ;od liave performeE i their
uty to uman or to 4 yidl :'
\'li"y are tlie mini-ters of fosd wa-t-
ii" thei-r ali lii luititnl ill Iii-as .--ili
pI edels-t ination i." "tratisuilstaintia-
li." "i'nfan-t damination," "'lie true
iede of shapili-is," "thlie final perse-
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SOUTHERN COURtAGE. cnt-lt'r CaltlI ilti;er-.4mt.
Tt1-- 'It,'hv were titiler Ili- tiatileg* ?tti

eTribut'rwas iit rtf'i'.ii''l l .~ ~ikit -ntrl4t14 'l hi. tl

ell allu'-lm, 1:t) fill- ot I, tt it (0, I-i. it EIipiley foil 'w I-'a titlit' "( 441] iiti'l4
(or Ila-, exhlilitf-l a fill ti~lly absi f ltrtitif~' witihintfi te lIiseworLat i'jparty
tiet is. int tre-t IilthI!- eet 141. A after rcI watedstbalit I'tS eiiatir(Cal
ili 11) a rf--eI It i!--l~e it Iia *l. 1w f',ldI' v lacked # ''li t, 'rinowe v.o'tte-A of all ele

,)I in.- triltults Itooht it-ivin' (ltstio and, finally' 'enatsi ~al'r
lit .iititlierii iiltisk '%his-li%%ill be highly L1r~*L iittteI iijle4
11. alipreel atestd ttC~ all- ianid lie waselefetee1.
al "h. ~gli~l' t~'.s~44 y(i ''llh, !aniutrarjurietits, the-' s.tine ill
eity ~4 vvrinwtiI1iit'1 4*( alve-t''i!.!iv t hat fu-v!,tl-snt itsta et
ti earlIv o ,1li1&1, 11194 p,9I441 iu-I 1w4 P ex o-ifll if'4 li.- ki 4 e n, t tlie Call w~'sere that w tr
thie jt-4)o4Ie 4f tha~t sity at-,- to'sf Sziahe allarrt.-te
rN g tia I- I t1Iaiza i I o. ft1)1tIi re -Iftwsro-aii'1 ettntiir Nalliry.
t1, f d '. Ptei i:;- it wa..I--l tilt-the Wie-t 'This being true, thet- "vital jpriliso-
i-A ll'di'-Y iltiltett-,fit j'!aveti tsssi's-4,*' b )f (lthe denJi()41]ttii partyy' i~t-in
13' %%Iya -its- for -l iiJtitip-iamviit*itiIi~iti-lk, h hll ~esbvm
: i) it v hi t t ile t 4 ti il t t a l el- h i iilso t r-. I.,t( it hj l3(ift i' h a v
It (alvs-s'itwi ~tay have hall ll u11i'ltt- hv en tiiverfthrowziundler tile srilliant
liti~-.tsl3(of tie.- \X'-(i:&uirti uin. e -a:til]ioti--i-.tentt leadiers-hip'slot Senaiat
Ilure rww efrcpni t0he1 11 p. r1)*-17 t(-4 --s ( 'a I I, I I(,%%- -w tsi t pls-si Whe 1,or t leht-
re wre rehirt.41111411l''how 14-laiet- ., piiipld--' to have'"st-ven oover-
Buit neve-r ill(the s: = t*tlit' twI ti o~-t '- ,1rtnw"al"iesaedlvr no
afterward wa-.Ott-e A'1i~i~l i-,, ude to) s~l hl'ies.&t'ieieelht
tile ItalijalilY :I- il- ib.'\j5 ': (;,If the rt't-itrtil of tlie ('orrujitismn party"
t.) 4;a 1)r ,&,I& ii II, ~t'13 "ty St-nt4fo Mallory a'-eelitiiig the1
tiever ill iper il fri'~i 't atV~Iij.l t :~ ele t is i tt.-n'ei'ed Ilhinti k tit.e ( ')ill
-tillt %vl cl, .i~s ~Vs st~ factstit of 4tielt- arty?2

''i~~t'~~iitt-ii sair ~:4114 .-ili We r--nieuiije-r (ti'tirwdythe (liE t -o-c
eaniis't h l~ie dawtest I. a'- a t Irir.'- ; 1-ee4~l~t~' rn 'jt ehs
Ylthl-'. (41alifieat Ow itlit.,,-'sI R-ic- In fl7~r. Nfallfry's ele't jolt.
tilfilid tI ilAtlastiit all 1 d lit I1, 41% 1i IIf.-, tisl that lbe was proud that lie

Niall-1srV- elfetisiut it uimisld 1e Nli-

4 iarlt-,shti Iasife- ow*1siis'~iie I lit- d.-S letlu- t114siii'e l fr1i til('lie hIou0e tojs Vithatit
tivoe t-arl-1ii'ake t Isitiwii-h .hieA -suf- i- iltiilsh=-ildo- for anyin al too buy hi.,
Ife-r-A. a :nd %%-fat .Jat -I,- ti 'vii Iclia, aeat! wity jts. t I Ie I it ted stato-s sellt~t.'
4,011rllj4islle(1 sill~tivo- gIlw ttessul-ira- foa ~rdi

al Ivf-tci it I, \v ~i I1l. t1h110- w4 it..4 %k.I Iiel Yhe elel't sit oI (f NMr.-N I itIlI4 ,r3- t I
tel IU I of iic, will -salreIV 1*1-f, tri'liini- I'litjt-oI State-'.. -elnate sdid 1n'.t *'ss-t hiiij
jslaiittt (svt-I erls IsIs i It F# p Ie1" ailt]l ~eit-expenditwle #Of atel'sllar.

TIi'.qI eji t ritme, N% hat bcoI see sle4if
(,'alvtt~oij d~wSegi:tilt- rriI-mi here elar-e that itiN1r.
-,I~) tlittilitefliv Li~iher and -,ht- leis
M Iall r I-l11to the IUuli ted Mtatt,.
gra~ii a-ilii fr slt iei : '% fileC4t1- -tuatIt- '"tilt- vital prhiciiples 4,1 thlp
I resphie- :tidt il -rvwavwill Ihe tittro
sl.titicsrat it- jeatty were 's'.'s-rtlrirwu,

\ lit Is ii' si* I i~ti a ear i'.'s .1t' ll# (t- i-tate deleiverEed into the csolt-

1 4111w- eliroly wo-i i ith~lt~ ile -otat.- I-. lititi parjty.fti~a'
tilih ~ I ttist- 1slit iit-4V'1.. _1-I1v usss~velrhill .4 114 -Sf~ 4 Ii'i I~the llpi wrl.'Fic foul t

IK~evea tiillsit- \.51* 4, "i~bE~h ~ ll ;tilsl, satei, esrdiveidedlii into$.-tarti-'ofi

hisli l.t~e hs-'tis~i~i~1sl iirs-siil'-fo lie-, ''tif i'lr il k tit#- FagtrI, i'mit,
Elvv n w -r, io-1141IA till bit etireli tly r- jie tef i ,i tie -i a t 'aha',

ttt~. ~tt ill t ind lo-s u xtiry autid spleuillor wit h
( vala 'l~i s It w it If~:- le u's ir-:1 t y (Ila111i jvet-jed !-o-rv~aut t auliel arrnu srii : tI I' r-
f;31tv#--tfl~ lt- [s~st~il':Ahoi#-x- '119-1, Who ieselaiiii1too ise iafrto-s'.ilvt-r,
villp ifil541 in ill'lt :a- h lg i:tc 4l'e tie Tlt, lti--l 1 41 3' id enli'era( ie ''cnatoor .fr~i on
Flopriifia, thes* 4)th-r by tile SLIM-k t'l~l
1shu''kss~iitipii1s;3, tit- 1,011ittt. l'stior. nw hicitha IiiitecI ill 3".ir stijp-
if til-ii d stuk kejst 'till, t '-stitthi i j. illt ''~lfSeition (4too li UIi gl l I.
lols,11,t op \..t ill ,ti 'it ill Ifill- (till 41 tll (,- trite iliteres.Mt- or)1 tile je s i

Six Instances in Which Women Have uhte inttatrhlere atlv'isI t(p, tor
Posed as Men. years loefssz'e It is -ls-'-tiojii tf theIjf ii11o
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,.I lei i-I,.l t -i. HIe cIht rged that the
-!:i(t' ,'-,on1n1,ttie had irjrslrad and
., 1, 4 i tl #llirir Hautlhoarity in prescrib-
ini rii!,.. thtIt ,,woui l disfranchivse
i'a v. Hii- il i.:t w:; I t aitt lie com
II it.I -hI.,till It Irvqe called a state con-
vslntiitin for" thi' pirpos-e of making
rnb.- :tand retiulation-s for the primary
:sial I.']'ii'r- a new state comninittee.
MN--r-. M. L. P'ayne. II. W. lo,,g
:oIl tV X IiDt\i- ,o,(ke ill defense of
thie ,.einlittct, claimiiing that the
,' Otuny V Ctilliittee hIad no power over
thle .tat; ,',arll ittee.
Chairman i i S. P'yle.s, W. W. Cly-
att. ir.. -.-.cra-tary. anml 'E W. Davis
We, I'. f-eitititite.l a ,'alnpaign comllm it-
te+- t, tak'- 'lhcare of thle det-tails of the
catipatii'Ii. to Ihvie all neces-ary rules
psrinttl :ail a -il limitn-s ito each llmemu-
lhei r o( f I ith cfl Mr.I. .1 wt''ere._I i ,it, otf Felt owship,
w;.V r'0icoill tinld to- the luovernor for
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And Adopts Rules and Regulations for
the Primary Election--Judge W. A.
Hocker and Mr. N. M. Allred

teo- -inti aI.-*tze hi- S~aturolity

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Tim SlN;ER Mi-(. 'o.,
('. L. Brooks, M. ., Magnolia and
First streets, Ocala, Fla.

a Sign of Purity.
Bavarian and Rheinheit bottled
beer is the finest product of the Mont-
gomery Brewery and is absolutely
pure. See that you get the genuine
Montgomery be-r. Every label has
the red pilot wheel on it. Ask for it
and guard your health against germs
of disease. For salaat all first class
.aloons. 4-22
For sale by J. F. Edwards.

We take this opportunity of an-
nouneing to the farmers of this and
adjoining counties, that it is our in-
tention to add to our established Ice
manufacturing business, in Ocala, a
modern, wellequipped Meat Packing
Department to meet the demands of
this new enterprise, we invite the
cordial support of our farmers, we will
be in the market at the opening of the
next season to buy hogs paying cash
at market value.
East Fla. Ice Mfg. Co.
)cala Fla.. March 1st, 190I2. 2-28-3m


O)ne 'Country Campbell (om-

plete Press, tapeless delivery,

table distribution, 33 x 4s bed
cost S04l$4).

< hne Geo. P. Gordon Jobber,

size 9 x 13, two sets roller stocks

fourchases. throw-off and steam


One Gally Universal Jobber,

size 13 1- x 21l 1-2, two sets rol-

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1st. That we endorse and commend
Judge Io(ker to the democrats of th-
state as a life-long democrat, who has
always been faithful to his party 's
well as to every trust as an able and
competent lawyer, and as a man of the
most exalted character: and urge our
f-llow democrats throughout the state
to ele-vate him to the position to which
he aspires.
2.1. That we also favor and endorse
the candidacy of our fellow citizen,
Neil M. Allred. Esquire, for the office
iof state attorney for this. the 5th ju-
dijial circuit of the state of Florida,
a;nd commend him to the democratic
v.,tt,-rs as an a;tb and competent la- -
y. r, a;nd ioit- well qualified to dis-
Sli;arg. the duties of said office.
The committee then adjourned to
July 19, when it will meet to canvass
the primary election returns.

Gifts From Our Soldiers.
Secretary of the Treasury Shaw has
iniformled the Seeietary of war, in re-
lily to a c.imiinuriiotion from that of-
thiial, that articles sent by mail as
Nsifts or souvenirs to members of their
families in the United States by sol
diers and other persons in the service
of the government in the Philippine
Islamdmu may ili df# livered to the par-
ties ta4 wi)homIl adIdress*t by ljlstmilas'
ter. withiiut Ihe inlterv4.Ition ol f U4U-
tonls asolicern'. This auction of the
treasury deparnient is based on the
ordir of the president, November 4,
\Ve print the above information
so that our readers in the Philippines
need have no fearof s adinig us souve-
lnirs for fear that we will have to pay
duties on them.

You Know What You Are Faking
When you take (Jrove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
ing that it is simply Iron and Qui-
ine itn la tasteless form No cure, no
lay ",c. ;
No Home Is Complete
without a sewing machine. Buy a
Singer and you have the best. Sold
on long time and easy installments.
(ld macithines taken in exchange.
Needles, oil and attachments always
on hand. Machines rented by the
week or month. Repairing neatly
and quickly done. All orders by mail
will have our prompt and careful at-
tentiion. Before purchasiig elsewhere
call and examine our Family ma-
chine. It will be a pleasure to show
.ou our sktck, and we will convince
you that we have the best machine on
earth; they are Simple, Strong, Si-
lent, Speedy.


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The Jug and keg Trade Made a SNIwcal Feature.
In sending your orders always send enough t',. :. t ...t i Itt .*
-gallon jug. 15c;2-gallon jug. 25 3 gallon.;u v, k'#*,- '
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Bequest Tribute to the O)0K*

"l*- l'h. s.t frit-isls a anxiiaiIsa- i i
%445:rI4 mnay turn ngralil-t hint aivt I-#--
q"lu-0111 It e.11 41,10111y hi-4s mi fosr datlits -Iv
that hell"ax%,reared with lotivitil~ s'14ti'
mA~y lirsile. tagratvd'ul. Ii' u' slit,

iolhmin we* trii-t %%liltha ur ip n
acl-I Z 0401 it1 ui21,1 11 h-U isO-f-' s ict' at i-
tit'titfat 'hi. H itts' ill s y Ithat a III a I
Imoo lie xmay 1. -v'. It li''-. ;41a% fivs-ii
oith. lp-rial~~%ls w ihtnIs'l. d-s I it l11--'.
A' mian"!- r'hiitat i-Ill iiay 1'-c '-mvt livt ds

'lTh. jesija-1.h ip lsare-' hs-sallit'-t6411 4l11
their kiss'so, top siftu- hisitir m hcn -ti'
Vq-I-- % liltt U's li3'lavittilt- fir-4 tip

thnit tteI it- !%to tilt-lotIns tssarI Wt, %-Iivif It-Tires

,c a l cil slit s-v iii--Iti-li tfilt,'IowIta
Iif ii*Aht litV-Ii's'.' erIii ii'- 45i Isi ll' si

ta tstahtt Isli 441 i i l'- its14. 1Il

fil lit I 'v 'A i ii't '!' a I ll~ I I-a'

*Ict il-. 5 It' sll s to, ..I a .Us s f tis

1.41i't A I f.' I: iuI- i ft- I .-' -tj'1.1s lii",

N 11. to i all! i bi4.1s114t'-,1s -e1 lit' It-'-

Is-si-f 4I f: as t I .- Iilifse I's ts' .:i111i

-tilit- is4 osisp'li hethis' i.av*s i- I
ll; $-"#II 11it 11-1' v'i.s- thle l~lax-Is-Isam.IV anu
.,I,. *A-tIii itli. 't-iw-rld, ft teteilIt'-- a i if
I i fI- 'lss --, IIts'i f s-jf-iI!I falil I -I-.- :1a-1,-- I
is rjtsi'u loi % i ~'Irmsit Iln.t si t:s.'-#fiua
vail\ llt-, t~htimtq) m-I i rd uil:w-'411-11at- ll-s
Lvt-r. t tit i-rit at-wai i-I thi,-; eis-fmi Ands

isati t#~i- tatsit'-4-41eofis l t l-sIiis.1

Kis-ds Ili- 11404%.d ., i- laiis-s' i ll tilthi- -'.s.1
s-rriou.ursl. ies wasa1tter if aill sitlat r fj'il
piar-oiItati r waytit-' Isrs'e'I~vtlls'zra 's-s
. III'. m ill t its.'11101111-'illI sr his- 1f i o si Ihi-

If, m ijit-twe iii -etAtI'laftIII-as --. ft!&4I

fill iiuis Il tus' 4 vsti ill sde-atIt-


it iiI, wthic'lh -lhouls r-'aitse it- lti- i i',wn
i I ui f itt ll tIi tl,' riret t -tflru 't.ur,' it

A hit 11 OWlie4-4 ilitI11itI lIMIitloo-lie ut tile

the Plghrimiandtl le II Ll.!temoit :s.-izisM
thie lace of I,. n-w Ir athIle I "* I

tt- -at. '.:.I s t.:sre'd hi'towf.)re-it I -ii.-
li.41 tsdi lie ''v:-awl wilsi Istet'.4. 1:1141
Iini 'Itri!-tjixii l*rt:ly and l&w the foun-

',The lxt 1,riation ays: "\\'Iliat
i11y fattls'i- fo, tisshd I laili.' 1. I left
tihle I-ihIre' to pit.-lv:rate the wibIdler-
o -. I p'-ttltled -'hi.,l- aiias co',lleg,--
aiti ulrt- :nd -iur lI.-t."i-
"I ll ,.,I li ll L**ifl ratio l t'l
':reat .,l-iii;tl day. "' -tood -i ly the
:-idl V'ii li'.: ti sI-l ill atiinV a hli rd-
fillght ti -li. I helped miiI l' ithe

,'ku4 it I, I s.1 i,- t li I t slius1li f il, hli- d
ilIth -. I t a tri'It t hi a t r -' <1 t ti
( lt is Ils Ii l i i 'l I) 111 ll tII ltilillhis ;tiid
ti ,' i : vI'. I k il, lIt ti -lt- il ., l* li-
w aNy- ,I b tin 1'a-. I fIllo\\ :I il0
w hl tlh fl !i Al, \ ,I- (, I i \ A lit i r 1,.i-
.t'a-. :Ill1 1im -2 (i ti, illl l lili ,,tli :41il ;.-
of ire and i il ,tr *|liiliti tihtl lit l, *-
the l_-'gat l-.niit-li iatol, -aid,, N.i --a
not vexe-d I\ isy ti i-lihtii~--; linoe litinatt
10t w ittle-- to 11y N. i;.' "
thil- ii l o I, ii'' I i ttlt it s tIhe
l V-''s, lu i li'|t|i\t llit '. "' t'li',,lii tft ,
thllis' (i, -w r fI' Itlglalit d-,lart-d ialt l
\,on llthe liieI-p 1ri.ile-li 'e olif m ,y **lsnlry..
I |'l:t<,.-i' thi(tt d[l.etlar' iitio nl l tilat -eO i ii-
: -* prii ipl,-- f iii-ti, i ; ids ri gtlis. ii--
li -- w h i'.h ll iIlisalidkili it\-- r.':tl
Stild ii 11 ii h i ch ill aili: tidl \4 ill tl,
-s'\ -sttall.. I affiltlln e-dsi t*- diiiity f I
il niiti:4t i ii lt 1 1 rs- atil l ti riZlilt If itII'
l,,aI|hl t o ,Lg4 ''0 i hol t -Ill-' Iv. -. I w,' \ i- .i

:in i ste'i-ioliI lih i'h l'it t t i' ia l
- *i- I er ed tht l "iijp i iii- I o llit I
ii t iel I I ii l :'' .ts I'Flor l ti f filt- t t Ina i il
l: i i ," I : d tisl' Is ,I lil t' I I ; 1iils''
f'i L'< ".''s's-i i hsslftal-'l \'s -:al-. :ltssl *- s ti
li hi t iti i ft i al u i'l n I sl- i nt-s sl lt t \h\. lit
% ill s-i-tu' l i tst i ."
I hI,' ii'\lL 'st' I :s"s' n -'tx'-. I i-
,-illll ,lt t 't' .lll. s :s li'l :1!'-ll 1. I \ i lilld ':t-

'If las, l :.'li :i l Ilial, I .'t li it!I I,
-.i t 1 .st :1it' I c -A r l.a I. I ,1, ;.r \ it i I-
inl iiir a !:it fI ,it. I lir i'l, .1 lii l .i I. i-
It' ti -:l
.\A I 1.-4tll 1 t1 lll, 1 :* 1af- ill li- I 1 lll v.. I
|'l '1- i td ti I ,- \1u t Xl, 41,1 !1 i. il it thi
f-(. .f tl tlH'.v .UM11..#m1 \% h ich

iis if fit! ili-- I till* -. ifl \V, '-' liI
i i-;li<' <- M o illi l t.1,1,'1- tr,. l
I .'l-' s < I -Ii.-' H .>1 lI. -ti-h m sl t ll ii '
i- ,\.i ,t,--l ii'.' in -t;',-.ty .t:d in

1T 1l' lIt<'lt itl, lit x l li l':ioa ll "i
,did tt11 lliilhtly ld '-dt- 4 whii-, ill ylIrI
y<'l'itir'tr y.t- you ; 4itl- and wh4Isflifh
'".li'r f-:l t I I ,tI I -atveid (l h I lii il.
I 1'il idowli t e i lt- '. ii ti. I fr-I d Iil'
-l tv'. I li:alet' of -v ry l:''ave : fl -t..
ii ti :!id Of Ov-tryV f fio li-ttiil **illi/.li.
a:IFd if v ry rit; '-i Ia voter.
TI'hiit- s it anotherr w\vioI, didi thi'
s-great \siork i n li,-'e, ini whii'li -1 aii3y
,'f ,illn l:lat ;I.i ts oii',it le- t -l iatr--: I
k-.l! thie faith. I ipaiid tIhf l d-'tI. I
bri', i li itn t'lir'iiliation a:i l it'ac'' ill-
-It:t d warWr. I .t- ii't ill thtIe ji t -
li,-. < fl :it i >i .- t!li- 'e l -, tl I < -l rilit.f ,,
I .Xa'Itt :tti itl-. I d-v i- -di tll it H t-i' it -

-'slad -\-'steiim. I ( o\-r-i tie' pr;ait is
atid lthI- kil-imi witlh ltih1'y tiits'- aindl
iii t.'i ly -. tct'-. I i1i '| --s- l tI i' 'Hlitilit .l
aid .i ini 'd! t,;t'r. lls-i thI' s.'i--s w i'li ily
L't,<;tf r;ilr,, ls- I ,te -l"-t's, Ilis it iiilllu-

:i- ity fa.tlhiA :ailiiii it- ,,liti i'tl iin-
dp-itd-ie. I tutil up our v':a-' doii
in'-!ti' ,iliuaits'r''. *I mii:a m y s's lin-
try tis rii'hoi-t. fi're -otiritge-t. hi],|-
I.i -* i ,a l il Iin this f:i'' if' Ilit' rt ': III."
\ 'I Iloiw 4 hat hiat\'' \v- to -aty .'
\'. i tl h 'st' w's- to ti";' .' A rt \V' to
lisv- a pla'- a it thai t li'iiii 'aor ile s 'oe l-
p.iliy .' i. l U fi e ii'iVff ,oli t a Pt l 'ol.

L ES Are in inainy respects like other uilciis or
sUL C CR sores, and this rest.ii:1lance often prove f.ital.
Valuable time is liAt in1 fruitlh- the s. re with washes and salves. bNcause the gcrnmn, Canct-r th.t .net nti-
I lyv'.r in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are c,,nstant:v dlcvt lo)p-
in L kep up the irritation and dischairte. and at last sharp slihooting plins
annuoince the approach of the eating and sloughini stage, and a hideous,
sai.ktning cancerous sore begins its
destructive work. In February. 1899. I noticed a small
No ulcer or sore can exist with- lump on my lower lip. The doctor cau-
teriled it but another canime and broke
out some predisposing internal c.'uce cut into an open sore. I bean to take las; poisoned the blood, andl thL S. S. S. and aft.-r I had t akci seven lhot-
4'" n discharging ulecr, orthe f Sli i r sin of tlhe disoaset hav bsen s e-tl
i. ,sre on the lp, clitk ,or ethur since. W. P. Browu. Hollands, S. C.
pait of the body will continue t,
sp tala and cat deeper into the tlI-ih tuil. s, the ',,1-od i] puliit:id iand the
"an,-tr genrmu or inorlid matter tlimin.atkd fronm t!:c irciulati,,1.
S. S. S clans the blood hef all dica ini titt. in.tltt r. It Ihats ;rcat
i and purifying prpt.wrti that s.-?In sikstr.\- thy ti s ai ndl ',1) ->,nss
an! i store the 1lo.,ld to its natural cn!htinA. .A-,1 when pu:c lo(,d is

!, in:s, thc ,hatrge t and the- |,lc i heals
v,'t" 'n, n Wv skin fnrm S. S. S. S. i< a strictlyv vege-
tale blood ipurilier .ot. iniitt 1:1ucrcurv or
minerals of any If you have an ulcer or chronic sre (f any kinl. wi ite tus abl.ut it, medi-
cal advice will cost you nothing. Books on i Cancr!- and other diseases of
the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.

unit '-'\Vv rt-lss'-&leil I ite I'':ro jl
4of I wit., wt, I ~'. lsri~td I

ill-, fill I lio- 4~i-f l'twif o Ilthe qkvi~tqlcl, too
a do IrI yI. if 4l11rtaal-A.I Ifvmi I I:t riie- W t-
i-a-I'( I INI I II i ) II tjsiiis'-hI : I I A- .\V
1 411v wa r fo)Il t .I e I y (I*I v i -t t iait I it-,-
jib' ii It Ie st-. Wt- s- eiivsrtssl a:war
off .rivti t ~t tot t-W,11,mi' Wte v I II*
'a; I 1 I t- A I I I ri ,'.a I II tl Z. \V i I k
tt 14 if1 tU4 -t'4 if "r Ii -Iv tItuI 41 1 vIt' I I-its -Iit q )or
va r. W v I tIst 14i- I co 4) itvt n ii tarixied

chltisrs'xatot shatti. \\ ee-sftat-li-.wltti

insvinw .sh. I's-slia, tho 'se~rto-V

l ~i, :ua l t'l to VI1,10111i..I- \% Ill vs! I pr(

ll t'' l \ ,I i it '* i t l' i '.0 h Ii-.
W .~- c.1 ls rfist l sHt ::-- it s I i 'sis .aL'
\V -\ k 'ssi I ni, i 11 f1ist-th" 1.1!iaIjIi's 'tfI tll-
t i ~f Il l e 1 .115: I il's.t a 1, t x.: 11 .14
ItIf.\ I fti-i-! .4I t 'It. ( 1' .sIt "I ~lt ;ttjusif I iI I

hIsI I .g r tI r-I ; iI s --I s ifi1 i ta -h i4
lot s,lI tif \ '-1 :1is 'ls l f iljI ha 't- 1 11 l's11 5591W k
*sr 1 h..1t* -it I' I. X '- i.LiiisIst

\V' f at Iv t w t'I I I fI f i. us I ~l l-I.I 1if.
X0 I t tt i I IiI i 5 i I I' I Ii I 1 -.00bf si
\ -I~t 1, IA5' 44 haIs1'UI A*1\ I iI i-1if

World Wadfi Re'pultaton.
l\ ilt. 1. 1 .1 \. Ialt til s* ia -
ii'A sv-dl -j ': i-at~fsi

I i:' ft Is I t:.-i 'i is ..!

tlist' -! I I i A-i- t Is I' sj'5 iu
*ts I I-hA I s:'ss 1 I
lii i.; a:. s-s-i a~ t fva

Ai'Iai t -.t\'s:tt': s '

Brajn F.i min

tt -i 1 a I. : i f. k. '! t i i r' i i i iuni \ -

-if f. v i fIi is i'l-ii, a' h'i-
l .t -t 1 i l? li t 4 i H .o .1

l Ore' ei-'s-, his,'- i ilsif !'ilil'' i flit', \\ rw :-

otlier tl ill sI i ii -i, iv a l lii--t linci I-
'"l .t i s d Ilt!'. .ii t ; -''i if i t''.

'1'" i-i ib isi.f'll i. 1i s 'sll- -r'iwI')u sill-

Sa ol s i ii l .i-t. I. t i i fily t li ii -
i it I: l'l : iI- .i riliI i. \ ill -- t y t iil- l l t' il-
SI I :tiii'.- li, li- r- : I l i :t a ti. tl ici
thl.'lil .\- k '; I iii i :a "i ul a iosril' itirow
ilore Illl l' ir 1,1~1>ol;ti, wce of t..i f pi -f

dill i r fll i l i v, i al' l ii -" i i ilin. li-r

< oii w 1. ,i i IItI l si, ll I I rtt l- 'l ,fie-
Ais'tli S i 'V. Ii'sy tlir, ii', i is t jir,)s!iiti"iti
Iy in it, i flif niur "lid'l :-t' l'> t ,- in-

itlas- l i., fI t-fl '-!v' l-iiI A li ih ':iil
f:sita lt li ti ''f li l"(-',tili hii fe. k tisul'ssi'.'l ,-.
e xpill n! i<-lf rl li i'. A. in nl ,.;,t,.a.-

:til fa-kil'l,-, |mi li 't, in ii k riiltur'.-
( il. hi|':i s l I i r' ly o V i'- pr tc- .< of.

Why Not Sixty Cent Turpentine?
'ol iy -i y wi lit i -l i o it of i-. r,.di'i tioit

Isths' It -txiv '-,ii l- the M., sitliiiZ \ % ilts'r.
\\ ill r 4 i,-:tsI ',,. ilil \is :t- t'-ti avi dl'ed, -
( Ia: I ill th t- .\ 4i1ffiS*4it

tf. tti 'i-t i. lit is o li ':~- t .'i "op I tiisl.

\ I.titi l li l.s t l,,' ,ii -! 1' ii j lt'si' t if f lulli l
til- ts to I-i iit I ,'q Ili1,ist Iiioi- 'slla'd

,,Ihis'' \'t-i' I t !, ,, 1-'1'4i 1 1- "'Oc llt i ',tt i-
'ita ted a ~ hils. l 'ul si tii ifs tkn>'i ;ltli. I'Flit
<'licli" o l' i\-- i S -k Wl i l'.

Why tot Sixty Cent Turpentine ?

\iit r i -l i t .i not -, i ii il- tha4i- i' T'i -s

,. sii -li-i xty t e i, i t ii. ( -' i -iitr .'
Slii r \ :ti co, iri thie Y .irn of ItS '-,

1 ,no ,ni llr- i op than:ir l tri :i r t ilin

it -t pr'-ti', n, far : I linlt to Ia, laie-
S,'s iis i ti (on- e ; eii lils i l i "ti l, wtile
good, ,in nou t.*.,0ip~r wit, wli li

.-:, in t o lt i rn, -|"if,, 'l is-l ytld r,
ixty cnlt 't k ii-ii 1- is-xt wintr three,

i"ooildciifi'i i'- *xpet'


Mlr. J. F. ltarrt'tt, % it' live-is illthle
Itslle-view lneltsigI'l4)I-oiI was inl town
*a (Jay or soi agi?. di-poimiug of a title
lot(it' strtiwkhtrrit-', and l giv&' 114 soptl
figaire's auid Iattl41f Whaat 1h4.ha's dlsui
uim;i-f~ar thi-. os '. i.4 HeOt il' l mf!' o it'ilIt
. ac4re' ()tfI trrios ", jil liit~iIts ilt I I t'stfall.
-ft ipi1441 jhieili e hsI'la~l)it) 1'date itat Ii ir-
441 :otil-it] HOWi JiMtaarts-, lritiiging haima
thlt- iat little r-umIof $1 4(l. All tif
lIt'o- sric-hav e i s(4'c(i ditpsed 4'ttf ill
..I l.: a -xseept als itit7-1141 wortthi. No
*-1 tsiipment -t fmades. I tesd-istIi*- be' trries'
-sIl l, -I'Aiaiily it -vetltlthave' had t .41
*thiny waiists's1 4) utat, ttl lie tf- tIt-.tOf

4. it ai- -4 11 11 :tI I 1 114 W ils i. I r. S1V:ti

I t r' i siI, I I ~it~,li ttsIvNhardt tx-
tt'I Iris hm"'1sih'Iaitt -slllle fact. by~
Shil hisit- uiaz m kiitg % sllc-*v,'ii4f iIlte

Ilie s's iti-.ersr it e"-Vlt'n l ti) gi vetilte
Nvine- o. )ssis tfteltjsil fisl)il-tAurt to

Fer ildi. -w-laddi(leto-lr
lii rtjut- yswiIth ii e~hvt citif tiC ret-rr'.tr

:ths-it it i-, 14) lit' hads, if nut, tilt-if
1554:i-ha Citsit -(,fIII- sit le-i' -EiUr' Ilet
-a's -it,.l i -111w i ht -4:Iieliii s-vell
fr ls.'AIsl 1,1kall 111111's-4 well !11itilshis-i
%%1'fi il p d:c t4. II t.le izis' 14n-' I :a L'selm

f-rli t- swi sl- i l' l It'I 11i-. Ialtl 21ila e-in
IaisifI'Il~-r Is-i'.'i, Ietedlit h Ii- gejsst-ut

till! -'at Iil ii siit'. sit'r tli.i dli-t
l :I\- A i-tL'llbids'i 1451111 three
Y.:if mu...' 11-t. -1 1ll ~l'jatch f it ts:'i'ie-,

fjail#-- *'. a-.h-, Ni l-.'sI h uh tie 'il" I4'iviie

hinta ..s'i' Ilsiv jugtor [e'li~t-pts't. A
-116111 1ttle1111c'A tit. ho '-anlte
tl5.j.lsii.l i It ., Ms'sr. l1:trrs-t t.) et a
-Iar 401,i fills Off hi li fiji-lid Ii.-. % t
Isisis' it I ha tI Iey lite th, ali
1,1t1 i ,hiitlfrill Itras1-4 ill- 'til t- ie" 11.11tu
11111"1 sIli-i lla =iitliel' i44 cat. baditit!'E)4't
M14) If jst't-tliumllvrr'l's. A tsii' awt-zl
%in'' sill ittt.1tti''r.
M.41i'. sirnI-ft iias-- iadvasls :-- ig a -i'si
iii rl'a-l~i:.., 4lilt'-..:1!4 If,- hit. sbtrrie',s an1d
-4-l.1ka g. mliii ans-nv itll f the sta~hte-,
filled :ai llh t- a o'slerfi~r 141,1100 i laitf
hl 4 lst' lithe tlii-. 10:1.4t, '.eas. i ll-fst' a

l''ti i Ii our -tate awtl ''suint v a ts-

Weare ahs-14ais gladito %v ehs'piinis
sIl h is st-leh lci tizens'.

Cures When Doctors Fail.
Mr-. 'i'rank Chaiss't 'atterson, La.,
writes June I'.-ol: "I had malaria
fever ill very !had fsrtii, 'sits tinder
treatment liy doctors, buit as soon as I
tols lei taking their medicine the
fe ver wolhi return. I i-i.ed a sample
lottl of ilerhine, foind it helped mie.
Theili built two liottles, whichh onil-
1p-itiy elnred me. I feel grateful toi
you for furnishinig s Ihii a splendid
lii-4Iiis'iie, island i an hiliestly r'-E'<)lli-
miia'lli it to those sullfring from ma-
laria, a's it will surely 'cure thlietl."
is-'rsit .-, 5.o bottle at il- e Anti-Mo1-
noiioly I)rug Store. Ill

Shipping Cantaloupes.
Sli i'altiialoulitie seas: i i'- now 4 11 at
Maithiil, ail ti t *l -hiipniitt s fromtli lii-
|uilt wil Is' lItrge--r thalln i-t tsea-,ii.
'T'lt v yi-ld is It'- a dili tlhe frliit it lili,.
A rutirl<:tlt willie l sliipp|ed told'ay, afte-r
wlii' li Ih i'y will l ss lat tIhe iate sf fi-lnt
two' to ten cars ita day for the next live
w ts-ks-.
T'l'ni tiln-'t varit-ty of o ,e1ds was
pl-ntid and ti lie sphiciavl foruaiiiil: ofit
tertili/,'rs uied t ave tbeen e'l i iitiitily
sat i.fa'ttory.
Thel' ashiiiintsl loy Irate- iigiht have
bel-iin li-gu tiee for four day s earlier',
Iult ita.ste-rling ihros. pIrelt'rr-ed to waiit
lidl s ntt iti I lit e iijarkelt tithe clh iv-
(e-t fruit ill refrige-rator iar-s. Nothing
inferior i-' whippedd itut under Iiheir
naIitl or Iht- famous ".yoli Braind."
The packing oliiise ill the- l-liter of
the- -svii-ihundrfel-atre fiet- is almost
completed. .A telephone line will I,e
put in from thie ldepo-t to ithe pit-kinii
hosiise. A great fore of packers, ntew
,witches' and spiurs illn lie lield make
the ptlamee look like the ieginmiini of a
liew town. I'rates for this year'!.

II1te1EJIIs will 1I-e Very high Iij4~~T
atiau the grrowers~ who have lci ~I
tol S.taiofth1Ile i It vd i.a'te'r- %,*ill .e

'will pr.l'sst:OdY A- t li i iwrt-aitw :wt,*
age. ii s'1l1/ Ir A'sr-i art'all 'it
t-,I N I ls s~ t'i.V
1' X. NJ of i l'41'-#Il .I'1It Irt
orf~p nroifII 's'., i., woiii ~i ll F ro Itrr
the pl ji 1~ .1 04 I-etir '*ii I it'.

11nd wai-Is ., I ll

(sie l t" h l

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an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUIJL-
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the pound; it seems to start the
digestive machinery going prop-
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to digest and absorb his ordinary
food, which he could not do be-
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% the ~ 11 .rhtIe -ro' full oI',f -o11loi
000 'o1i Ii1a iiiu,'' oetl-,are relot,J
01re l~''here fro ow ilhe gulf.
(I 'ea rN% a tt- r11a v. on wh i i c Lh u Ii-
cohniu t !ituated' l, a is bautiful t'xpan-oe
,if --jiarklingi,, "l--ar 'Azitt'r, hieuroe the

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to,oool tor Ih-h -ool- ibomholidingret-~
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fir-o fr the tcatcin g'. It'iot-a,.lt
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ahild v'io h a -11ol which eo~atound.
anitly whten pjrooperlv 1allaltgo-d, hivillkir
I't a 1.king te heol I,,,ot iolaizr an rin-

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twioot--,andot many 'private lotoarol.
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finlt-' o-ml'zoe' II11k iy e-at 4011e-,, to-'e--
-rapi oo and ltelepoh'ooie ot1lo't7'a tlfn.- 1jo1h.

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Ililt~h'tt-il Vitoo-' iziolit -o) :ttlrao'tive
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'I t i, 90 i.t arli'.> .:-l..,, and Grain. Let us have your orders either in person or by ull.

,l it,,. .,t-' ter We will assure you PROMPT ATTENTION and to fill your orders
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'Io ,..ttat as low a price as the quality ordered is consistent with a lcgitiniatt
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S.. f you wo the CHOICEST GRODE, we can supply tlot also.
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I' if tak* ll tflt-rm illK ft-ri..,
1 ",'"".tliela.hie alld w.i 1- take no chances as we give you just what you want. If what you
if, t i t i l t | -.l, d- a:te Inf. .|iap r
S- S buy should, for any cause, not be what it is represented to be.
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'"... "'. ti "-.AS WE HOVE THE VARIETY..A.. .
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ih i,.'. l..-.!l \ li. y t ium rih'ta l i'rt-- :a- ^ 4,
I- ,-, ; Pineapplesalso 3,1b Cans Baked Beans 2lb Cans Blackberries. Straw-

'"' '., ,,,, v.,', berries, Gooseberries, etc., ARE WAY DOWN, having been purchased
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Sfl..'"" ,"" "'- Big lot of Fruit Jars, also Jar Rubbers at 5 cts. per Dozen.

,r *.o.s Love on Farms. We Specially call your F.
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a- I .t .. **Ithi"l tat h t( td-r 1 l 1 I
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S, to >: 6 **a M en ital cut-, l*rrti
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hitav j1s41 1eIvedtafllulittfO8t Srulibbin,.1.rs1
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