The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00488
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00488
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Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

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On June 2oth, Mr. Asher Frank, the progressive manager of the
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Bost)n Store. began one of the largest sades that that store

What is a Challenge sale? It is a challenge to the entire commercial world that the Boston Store will sell more cheaply
than any other store (quality of goods considered) and the manager stands prepared to make this challenge good.
The readers of this paper have seen the articles enumerated and the prices pLinly given for each article named in the list,
covering two entire pages of the Ocala Banner. Mr. A. Frank has conducted mill and tctory sa:.- in numerous cities in Forida
and other states, and he says that for cheapness in price no sale that he has ever nstitutd approached the one that he began at
the Bo ton Store on June, 20. Mr. Frank is no stranger in this city. He has been with us for several years and expects to e a
permanent citizen here, and will make no statement that he cannot fully sustain.
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Fletcher.. .... .. 1791:;9 2:
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Jackson.... .. .. 77 ;3 1
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ward a -ranI......1. : :. *. C x;. s wil! \!':V44 .vav' ir-ii.!. M. B. L.
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II so : l .. ...., v:_ : .ortiv- in I\, ;,,,,' u-i NOW FOR THE KNOCKERRS Nebraska has furnished to on
l;sin~s. !,< : ." picking .', .- j ,,, ,. : "(,'o;- -, that have ever adorned that gre
nrle s in li a pr:i'., '. "r*e. < Tn ThIe r(1 1i j : .; ,., ,.. .. \o:, S P :.; sl iln t a moll of great oratorical and int
h-0w1C111 '. T I t inin i a;id the balk- j .. ", ,.1':. ,. - ,t :s, ,," 1,ar ,o sr : '-,; f M. --:-s. ,rowarI shape the destinies of the great o
rul,'cv (t-,,: s 1v.yl,] -- short. ,, : . n.- .. ). by 4 4 i, ,:, ," :" : : . - : E d m Andrews, of Hastings, Nebras
t m p e s o c0 '^ '" ... h 1'* i,' li()lp* "nit now s; s. tfpl? r (; ro , Prowarde is of i ia.tings Collene, and establish
Th.o gr o' i:.r. J,:ct"o ;' )w i' no( int i h- ';:l:,- . i, ,V :. ... '.. ( I : i reI (,ne n,') ,la!ionn "don, for."' education before he became a mei
tO g i nV t)elroF. aIi.i there ni o ( itia bi o "t,:' ,' .; .: ; ,, .f,, ;4 ,' .' ;r ; \.'4J ]h lav'. It S""." Tat tOCk' )T" n .1lffa l'r (l" 1)0- e me!
lnti ,.n ph'..O:n,- l Qite a nm-T 44 d(-"N'::, 1 *,. s.> '7'-iA for (ause Browvrl was in the race, and ''ICheerfully recon

bi r a1Tnd in th< :rt, -no-ons also. ,' ,F.. p" ah i ; r ll r a a
S o e, ** his ambition at leas for a prio tarrh i vr
The ion

M r. l.(,his H all rl C;r-. M r. Sher- hun.rel t )Wn f 'W ?e on th e -ir.-s ,s 1' --.., ,(o f(,' f(+} justified of tour years. The Inde p)endl nt closes | Ito va rio u $
oue f 1 Th caa istrit tat e o its aTicls as follows: Hon. Thomas Cale, who was el
e lak..r iVill V<,a f York. and or-aniz.. ; n< <.,' i,-ain ,, :' < \. ,' simply 1ut these "Mr. Br()warI is politically dail in Congress from Alaska, is well
S'y" a number of (1 he:- from the country, was search,..l, and a tl--usaIs-d .-. "" '"* ;' : :"' e schotiz ns of thoe Floridae h laei he stayhel out of The i on the Paeis c alo n adwhere he
were visi (ors ".,T,(r,!av. nions lift.i-, t(,. lir in(, T.ili): s >,.;; r< v r. -,* *i i' \' wa^nt a school house race he would have been the logical s ided. His W ashington addreac
bere viitors I. ~tcra~-. tin... ,.--..in;i t l'i .'" t):, v l:Id :h., Town and p<-ople ;'candidate ;! some other time. He Ninth street, N. W., Washingtoi
Ie ascertaine-,- of hise- l .
Mr. O. \. o on. of ou value Iaranc-I, ''. ,: ; I. '- !iib-ral private sub- wila never again gept any measure of Congressman Cale write of Per
sr0ibr ~i'ng.ono i vkaledha ra t -,' *1 ;-.Ci ,* :in!; "' Hrouzh. private sub- support of The ipeoole. for they feel "1 can cheerfully recommend]
subscriberirs n simtino ;,h Ok'aw,.aha .Mrs. Carroll. 1)y this e. ]., i;,- aae ecn mdf
Station. was in Ocala on -;'ainess colie iw4o1a)d .ronm ,xi! fo'< i,,,,l- .'-r i4,'i, v-,- ,a r1',s $1500 we will that he violated the obligation of gov- a efficient ey or
Co" Pmad ooldoffury(a s. 'r e n e."d n

^ yesterday and did nol forget to leave ings and Th,, tan"ily Phy-ician h;1ui to i)m, :0i.:,, \vli(.h, is now planned ernor (which says that a governor Some pepl prefer to take
a souvenir to keep s '! eala Banner 1 lniil i. :I h ir. *! ie) anI a house of shall nofit he a candidate for re-elec- rther thn to take medicine in
u r.brletswhmichrepresentntheeme
visiting his home for another veoar. borhood( sr~o,] aghast, v,1}:<,.'* v,. :. *I1^1 f-l lroud; if no)t, lion) by using his political machine to jform. Such people can obtain ]
~The conm;,.ioii sprea~l, an,! n.i (,n u,-,' ; 7 ,,-'() ',..'il, a eh-eap(-r house, elect him lUnited States senators' tableto, which represent the m(
Mr. A P C. \,hte of it'. m ,rcy s n in ;uoo''. in '!" n on way rnut be ingredients of Peruna. Each to
a nm br. ()f- C' w h ier-z f o f hc ountrv* w a, m sl1 rc\-c1*s a nd n u (Il.- i I o e 1. Ma A M N E Dj ~ u ~ ii t ~ fl S e a ~ O e

visitor yesterday. Hle was telling of hacks. l,,is .nd! (4 her vehivo..s' .. '. o Present school MR. HAMMOND DEAD hqu ralcet th oneaverge do beo

his experiences in Texas immfliiae-, 4 wre going in all dire,-ions. Tl'.- "I"'" *-a- d h ('(:,, en(iref y inade-
after the civil war. which wt-re .,r- who(r ow-n w-- now (n the qui vixvp. e' 41 .(. .ri1',ar th, school. Mr. E S. Smith of Fairfiel was i The county executive co
!x4i -2 ."', V. it het ownig rcnvev var.Ope canad 'idate and,4 tatedothar t M. i mt Saudaind cnvsed t

Stalnly rich and racvy, an-! .x' 1', ]-- N ever in ;he' histur, utl th, c(i -- as \,h ;:, u- (., t O -*la ca caDiy yoar. Scal erl ay anle staed t-e a M ra h .o m e t Sarur, h ay and canvassed ta
entertaining. 'l'.- e'ver 144-fore 5so) much ,xci.':^ t- "i. (.t ot S ala ca .ai raise B. Hammond. who had been quite sick turns of the second primary ai
st after h hour of el t ) or seral weks ied at hi home claed the result. The full tab
Tomorrows ai one with o 'of !a. o.u.. '* ",oe p. all uncon.scjOs f T' tN [),' uilj wonr a housl of which we nar ll on y an was rt will e on elsewhere
promises to ;e the most in', :,..- rr, he, had! createe.. ;ii) I'.] r.o;(lg? If you .!o. sub- ; ind T oute.--(;ay. Mr. Hammond was columns. It will be seen thai
ame that we have had in thi, c :i s.- a, r. that in th,, .are v h. r, .o (.rt, lib, :'1-"y an,1 aid 's i st- 'r- about fo lty-fv years ol and had c_ n_ som l ime. andi we ho,,"' *.. h - I i,. ;.;T,-7. nT a ,! :r. ('ai. 'C',' 1 ,2 :.ng tlh.' ip"1 iy'. h- a a. citizn of Marion county for j roniy ')r the popular gentleman
Stame will attract a .c ,.I'.wn g 'fI,. ,'" ,ih Mn, to ,, Iiv(.T'-, . PHACE. To \!vat.r lcart o. his lifted W'hen a l )e-Soeov-tho man who has been
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patriotic rn.l t h.eIn Tp"h0 bOl, ,)a't FV.'-:.". "' h' h;e,, ;, ,v .,,. v- T a. ar. -" o- sha llt be P 'c r alo n No w iork imnr)a ior En ], wh
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him he w as t in r eipient of ias-i. k-. *,,,. v ,--.,all . '- .:-' - lTii.-.-'V.!S it -,a.tfrh oari d.
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__ ___. ., , ... -" ... ^ \, : I,'- v ] s frPI1, ,..< an.ll n z )iohb r.. )'4 ,, F'-oni(l;a s )lu)',-.nIe court I
Miss Sui' Siluth. pll ar : nL EUIL A H-E !- O, L- "* "d ,"IC( 4 a :. I t')I-,--,s own a decisi
lafiy (of M it enci l y. w ho >ehT n. WlILLwh o e AtHw n ;:;i.,A. \v I,, ''iv:i uin h IirOa a the i" I" a. S m:v rn rtia-d r a. \lxi. a" i j f ,.. 'i,,
NIiel ill-\- (t v t- yia r i - ) [ 1 \ I \ \ *d i l*
WeVnsd nit w i-i Th>. Arn1 .l~~*: <1.^' s .!o notr U j .ur i,, ze I h.- coutvlt
Thrasher br-idal pa.-ry. is stoppin. ;i^,,,,,'^o ^>4 (, i, YUIoI Mi'. lon ;c V,&I12,1 edlt ^ < *)ui'iu' I"> ^-n T. V~orI;e- ( ";Aitoiv w. 'o*' in ical~a flni~514 'P .0 r.-'uis.' tho oec isi
over s.~v-ral ~lavs. She is the g'i ^ U 1 ,er I oi-ai-. An i. I ad eerv.t punch. At a 1 5, said that ih.y we c i ilr oi xintri
of the Miss.s Peac'. ',,' I r <. l ) it w.s .1 ti the( call ol thenty
he ('after the hour Of TPI1)tx5(was as to theFairiic,-edronuired forathe

ThMrU iashe 1'ei hai iitrnk i" -.o ,!ain. Tivi!'k'' h;1 ,14 ('hT ,i' l .of let- cata-"\ "x P" y e f
('igiiii at R i .\It. \Vithor itehantDodgexx'. i'.'0an ofweh (iInithhaavepoo -,olge taibia i,,i of' the, Ii c-esarv C
Mr. 'arlos l. Si.tt'iunk ,'id suOIm, <]i\ x Vt' R ,.~ -1,1 t hi2. 1'- iad x'voli b' lnarg-st number of ^ most excellent anld efficient o-,.k fr i y- ,r alt Yn to-1ge h a lel i ha C i OiEla oni schools ofnt he ot, whan th
Mr. Fletcher and his speech at Buck teem in Aa h-ma eomvu. Iis lif, ha. isile was pree te d,' a-\ ..Tr se ) in. air lhe purpose of canvassin e is within the constitution
pbroi Hisis( fast Miolt a'a re . fo h pin its and ,' the 6-Si i n ma otes include nh i ; '
C, l Po d was most hearily: uonlnun(it.i lnei with .o .. .. ,-*- 'the VOTd of the seCOnI nrimarv, but it .

ir National Congress some of the brightest min&
?at national legislature. Men of push and fir,
llectual resources, men who have done much to
western section of our country.
nen of that versatile, American type, is Hon. W.
ka. Hon. Andrews was formerly Vice President
ied an excellent record as apromulgatorof puhble
mberof Congress. Speakingof Peruna,he say:

Send the preparation, Peruna,
ind a successful remedy for ca-
orms. "--mHon. W. E. Andrews.I

Bcted to' Hon. C. Slemp, Congressman fom
known Virginia, whose home address is Big
has re- Stone Gap, Va, writes:
is 1312 "1 can cheerfully may that I hmae m
i, D. C. your valuable remedy, Peruna, w t
na: beneficial results, and earnnhm
Peruna ingly recommend your remedy to mj
coughs friends as an invigorating tonic and a
effective and permanent ere for ear
tablets tarrh."
a fluid, Mr. Bos Craig, Fork Vsle, Tunn.,h
Peruna catarrh of the bead for two years am
dicinal bad abandoned all hope of being cure,
&blet ia but to his surprise Peruna cured bha
'eruna. sound and well.

mitteeI Was your candidate for governor
he re-! nominated? Well if he wasn't, you
n0 de- won't be hurt and perhaps in the
in oulated Icourse of the next State administra-
i11 o)ur
t the tion You will not be able to notice the
a ma- dliff,-rence. 'a'-ne way as to the Sen-
from ator and so on down the line to the
made humblest county official. We people
o saidl seem to have a hibit of getting terri-
1. ate ily wright uip while the campaign
ch,'air. Iliasts but when it is all over things go
suitd jon jist the ;sale as if nothing had hap
'-y il- pened.-Madison New Enterprise.
e himn
SMr. Edwa'rl B. Kellam of Lake
W,'ir is spendling the siinmimer at
as e- ,kthlteL-m, N. HI.. -ir.l says that he
on in -'ijoys it v,- ry n mi'h. He has been
g stat- ei:,.hin tht- \vWhitt Mountains and
com-' performing ,)h.:" s-,nts. He says
on of that (contrary t o his expectations he
uctioin founl the weather very warm, but the
- main p ,opi4- there tell him that it will get
-ounty V\ry nmuch cooler. Mr. Kellam's
mill- fri-nds here are envying him his sum-
Slim- -mer jaunt.
o ille- __


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wl is 1111 IEL

L-ucai ana ro'ersona i


ty um ronaa rianas decided to leave
Jacksonville via Southern. Thursday.
June 25. schedule as follows:
Leave Jacksonville 7:55 p. im.: ar-
rive Chattanooga 10:25 a. nm.; arrive
Cincinnati 8:50 p. m.: leave Cincin-
nati (Big Four), 9:30 p. mn.: arrive
Cleveland 7 a. m.
Parties wishing to take L. & N.
route to Cleveland will address T. B.
Walker. Florida passenger agent. No.
118 West Bay street, Jacksonville. for
further information concerning this
Parties desiring to take route offer-
ed by the Southern Railway or wish-
ing to join the crowd leaving Jackson-
ville Thursday. June 25. will address
J. N. Harrison, Florida passenger
agent, No. 108, West Bay street. Jack-
sonville, or the undersigned, for fur-
ther information.
The Hollenden Hotel has been se-
lected as headquarters of the execu-
tive committee, the board of trustees.
sad the department officers of the N.
I. A. during the convention. Florida
headquarters have also been estab-
lished at the Hollend be ample hotel accommodations for
all in attendance. !or further inrfor-
mation concerning, accommodations.
address Mr. Thomas P. Robbins. chair-
man committee on accommodations.
Cleveland. Ohio.
Director and Manager N. E. A.. for


Is Contemplated by H. M. Flagler-Lo-
cation Considered One of the Most
Picturesque-on Florida Coast
Islamorado. June 17.-Mr. J. E. In-
graham. third vice president of the
Florida East Coast Railway, closed a
deal here today wherebhv the Fast

-a thing the Washington Post says
that could no more have happened to
any woman a few years ago than cap-
ital l)punishment, it thinks we have an
example of the change thai has conime
to pass as the result of woman's fight
for independence. She is no longer
the "weaker sex." She has claimed
equality, sometimes asserted superior-
ity. entered into competition with
man. challenging him to the combat
for the meat and raiment of life. and
in some things has driven him from
the field. A result is that man has
had to fight back, recognizing woman
as a force equal in power and privi-
leges. but no more. There is no sex

neury rv irz are at iast to nave vlIlu
cation, and from a northern stand- ,
point, which makes the narrative more
In a book entitled the "True Story
of And-rsonville Prison: a Defense of
Major Henry Wirz." written by James
Madison Page. a lieutenant in the
Sixth Michigan cavalry during the civ-
il war. the story of Andersonville is
given in all its details and is a tr'uth-;
ful statement from an eve witness..
This true story should have been -i
Ipublished long ago. not only for the
fair name of the south but in justice POINrDEXTER, JR
to the memory of Major Wirz. who
was executed to cover the greatest .

in the struggle for existence. The crime committed by members of the
Post continues: !war department of the U. S. govern-
"In consequence there are jails now mont. Not only in justice to Major
for women, and women fill them. Wirz should this statement have been,
There are punishments for them. as I but to his daughters, who are living.
for men. The- have been given their!and his noble wife, who did not long
'rights.' but they cannot have the survive the unlawful execution of
heher' husband. an act that will ever re-
rights without the responsibilities that !a a n t awill ever re-
go arm in arm with rights. Anil great- j main a blot upon the page of history.
er the responsibility imposed on an The struggle of th southland, the
individual the graver the punishment storv of the southern soldiers who
for a violation of i Women must fought without food themselves and
learn this. It is by their own wish the history% of prison life and reasons
and actions they have killed chivalry, for the bad conditions of the prisons
They must accept in its stead that during the war is faithfully portrayed
hard old law of earth's inhabitants- by Mr. Pa
"An eye for an eye and a tooth for a This book should be read by every
tooth." One cannot help buw wonder Ione north and south, as it will tend
if. after all. women have really gone!to create, a better spirit among those
forward in this movement for their f the rising generation who would
forward in this movement foru, in their otherwise have a different opinion of
'rights.' It is more precious, in the kn e s vil a d M jo H nr rz
eyes of most men. to be just a sweet Andersonville and Major Henry Wirz.
lov-able, dependent and clinging wo- -Orlando Reporter-Star.
man than to be any manner of smart,
business creature. In demanding her THINKS IT SAVED HIS LIFE
rights woman has overlooked the Lester -'. Nelson of Naples, Maine.
great fundamental fact that neither says in a rent letter: "I have used
rights nor privileges-other ihan those Dr King's New Discovery for many
years for coughs and colds, and I think
of existence given by God-have ever it saved my life. I have found it a re-
been hers save through man's kindly liable remedy for throat and lung
compindulgence. Man bestows privileges laints, anti would no more bv
ndulgenc. Manbestws p'ilegs without a bottle than I would be with-


Registry No. 1850. Vol. V.
H. BEATIE of Rosendale, Mo.,
has registered in the Register
of the American Saddle Horse
Breeders Association, of Louis-
ville, Ky., the Bay Stallion,
Foaled May, 1899; Markings,
Sire, Poindexter, No. 338.
Grand Sire, Black Squirrel, No.
Dam, Daisy B., by Wild Rose,
No. 355; he by Montrose, No.
Second Dam, by Drenude 3rd,
by Old Drenude.
(Seal) I. B. NALL, Sec.
Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2, 1903.
Sold and transferred this 8th
day of October, 1907, to J. C.
Howell, Anthony, Florida.

POINDEXTER, JR., will make the
season at my farm, three and one-half
miles north of Ocala, on the Anthony
hard road. Terms: $15 to Insure foal;
$2.50 when mare is bred; balance
when mare is known to be with foal.

J. C. HOWELL, Anti)ony, Flo.
Phone, 2 rings on Anthony Line.




uto in Cleveland, Ohio, June 29th WKAS PIG
ato Julyes 3 a 1The first attempts to pave street. stone. $:;.6 for granite, $.i0 for a-
t July 19itth wo-pi.l three-quarters of a cen- phalt. $2.M6 for brick, and $1.9 for;
Tallahassee. Fla.. June lK 19.a tlr a.,,. wer-,e failures., and fo"r vtar:- macadam,. in a number of cit.nes in
To the Educators of Florida and Their after tia- no -atisfactorvy wore.sir wio h a study has been iadle.
Friends: was niali-. Cellae has been extensively lai, 1l in
Tche forty-sixth annual conv st s The ioe twk wi.r, r.;oin whic.hi- hl-f ih l west, an we oake. cypress.
lar4e and nequal ..-ac',, weit white pine. hemlock, western re,l ce-
of the Nazionai Educational AssoCia- them. Theire .,io i rok- ani Vorve d0ar. co' ttnwood. nie!squit-. osag-. of-
tion will 1w h-eld a, Clevtolana,1 ltln-*214 off. 'Ili ,0Odi r;ottedI all-i tihe. pa",tVfloffn' anKe. r-,i wood. Douglass fir anti tam-h
to Juy l2. 190-. awas soon fun.o ,n and ronogh. anIl TraCk in varisou cities of the coun-
The program has been pronounced aherefwo diffivtelt to (-'Wan and un- try. 1 ntroa he a American redt gn,111.
by the lea-ling educators of the nation saiitar%. At thatnresnlit timf,. *,outgh tried in England. raise great hopes, i
the bes .nd most pracktsal over adb- tho selection of suitable woods. ~i- bhut it finally l proved unsatisfactory.
rnged by the N. E. A. A rare intel- ting the blocks into rectangular shape,; Pax,,tI~ion of Australian eucalyptus
lectual treat is in store for those -who so that their et gs mnay li .of ;- hat iacead for from fifteen to twenty
Will attend this great meeting. The 1oether. and treating otem chn.mitl- years in the streets of London. It i.-
Cty of Cleveland is preparing to give If teo fincras, their durabiqity. w toodimore slipper., however, than Ameri-
the convention a royal time socially. T)ain uc ig. h in many rsecti s than c- an woods. an its cost. about $5 per
The local committees are very active- any o. ioev in (a oninions oI cIt is sjuare Voar,' in the United Statesn. in
ly engaged in making preparations t; )smoodIi. qu:i, resilient. e ta il. c'ans- pr,)hi.)it ie
entertain the throng of educators, ci, an'! easily repairtd. In wea:-ing In rc-nqit .-oars thoe ,iifficulties which
they anticipate will he in attendianco qialiti,- it is .-tlw)riort to inaeitam. attend,! i hep uw.e of wood lpaving,.nt
upon this occasion. brick p rt asphalt. and tinfrior ,n!v to. havo i-n largol. overcome by" betc t'
Open to All granite -. ani sant slont lir $ .anitary m,'thoi of handling. treating ani'
The usual lo railroad anti St aii- qqualite s it exced, all iu, ai Dhal!., layin h e, l)o locks. (' rreosotetI is h-
boat rates, one and one-half fare for No road surface is easier to draw a bnst of the )r.shrva.ing o.s il Cl Imo l
the round trip. will be in effect, there-load upon. or. as it is Il)it in technical us 1s-tortwo)oil pavelnnt. Since it i,-'-t
by enabling many ho intend to language. none offers -- a -l-w,.r "I trac- insoSiil, ini wado i ,,e, no-: l.acr a
pend the summer north to take ad-ition resistance." and none is easier to out. and f a suffici.-nt amount is in-
vantage of these low rates..as the' keep clean. Creosoted wood pavemen .joectod into the blocks it prevents the
tickets may be extended to August stands above the average in smooth- entrance of waeor. w.-hich weakens thej CANNO EFFCL
319t. Round trip tickets from J:4ck- ness. freedom from dust, mud, noise, pavementn. INS
sMoville to Cleveland on all railroad reflection from light, radiation of h:iat The _locks should te rectangular
Hnes will be $33.25. Correspondingly and ease of maintenance jin shapl. For heavv traffic their; UAI N[I-. -'NA.(S S PR0 SdNORN
low rates from all other points in the The first cost of creo)sotod wood is depth should be not less than four
Mates. Pullman tickets for double greater than that of macadam, brick inches. The usual width i. three to t i"AAV E
berth $5.50 from Jacksonville to Cin- or asphalt, but not so great as granite four inches. and the best length from
Cintnati. Tickets will be on sale June or sandstone. On the other han.i. it six to ten inches. They should lbe
26th to July 1. inclusive. Through must be rememl)bred. it exceeds any I laid with the grain vertical, on a con-Delightfully Cool and h yr n A1
Pullman service and dining car ser- of the first group in wearing qualities. I crete foundation. having a thin sur-
vice from Jacksonville are assured. Too much weight is sometimes attach- face cushion of sand or other material.
Tbe Louisville & Nashville offers ed to the initial cost of creosoted The forest service has recently is-
the following schedule: wood and too little to its counterbal- s;Ied a publication, Circualr 111.! 4ATES OVER S. A. L. R.. TO APOPKA. WH
Leave Jacksonville 7:35 p. m. via ancing durability, which is equally which deals with woodi paving in thFR
A. C. L; arrive Nashville 2:25 1). m. important in calculating investment United State.-. The publication can
via L. & N.; leave Nashville 9 a. m. returns. It costs from $2.4) to $2.59,e he hat upon application to the Foresi-
via L.&N.:;arrive Cincinnati 7:20 a. per square yard l. laid. as conmp:.,'rod or. United States Department of Ag-
m. via L. & N.; leave Cincinnati 8:30 with an average of $3.50l for sand- riculture. Washington, D. ("CRN
a. m. via P. R. R.; arrive Cleveland .
But as the Southern Railway offers 6HGls Bn dEDSTALLION 1
a schedule ten hours shorter, the par- With Mae Wood in jail for per:jury An,lersonville prison and Major IB
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1'n,,r the direction or Manae.ri
Hunter the Ocala baseball team his


____. I D -ten" com plaints of assessments on city crNiainly made progress during thf,
CGur r Im E -property, the council passed TW O or- las"i xw k. The club would have .ti-
FIoeE I -.."l finances at their m-eting Tuesday I,. ,, .,,,I, --, o. h
M- C;A1, -.C I |, 1 T _ -+ ." ,,,'-, .-a ,lbted to haVe won %n-
01C* t t t R Mir,, n night that mtani a great d-al to our e ,,-w.
Of"ANYOs Is"TOf a T mt ,m M,. city. All he implant wer : from the collection of
"t co m plaint.- w ero 1,,c
MUM* ferred To-thejuiicarn .ni.tte. a )llt (, orgia players tra\elin!
I .scti irolot Fltorida as the Ocilla club.
CM t--KVS SA T haiks s*%&a.the balance of the eveninlg was takeni;
t" 'cc Z S CE~nI TS cu .. .. .i ,'h- h (n,, b"Ioys di~l not hav e their
.ttsan.at'n.^sS uRt s ,up by the paP-sage of the ordinances h hoi loys i not hav their
D AH ImauM tiTLA --t referred" -t to. ei ylln :n o,1ol working condition ip to
AU&MRireferred to.
MKm 1WUR TPOl, tUlA. l ,. a .ee'k ago. They were much plcas-
These are in r*-gard to the d rea.lTir\ . "
I .. .. edl to \viii tile second game also, an,+i
--products which our citizens are us- r to wln lhe second game also, ant
,Local -.and Pr..na.l I ing. One ordinance creates the office ar air b to have taken the
liLocal d ersonWl : whole series. It shows what enthu-
!of milk and dairy inspector, Whose I sias and. consistent playing will do.
Mr E H "'T T -as I duties are unmistakably laid out for .+.l anl consistent p i ng mill do.
Mr. E. H. Mote has gone to Lees-this a h is workings areot Manag-,er Hunter had expected to
Lees-hi.m o andwen its working are got- _s hi
burg on business. Iten into shape our people will be a use his third pitcher, Mr. Schusler, for
So a r e third game on Wednesday after-
Mrs. Alice Cline went down to East Insured have no fear of using on account noon. but he was unavoidable v detain-
Lake yesterday afternoon. an impurities that may bt contain- at th-. last minute. Harris, who
Are you osng up a list of wordt herein. pitched and won Monday's contest,
Are you m .kng up a list of words ed therein. was sent to the firing line, He pitched
for the DuBose prizes? The other ordinance is on the Fame ..cllnt bl.o fiv inn b tw
Line, referring to those doing a dairv l a for five innings, but two
Mr. Bernard Seligman has gone to business in the city. Each animnain Iames so close together were too
"lto(.h on his arm, and be asked ob
New York City, where he will spend the herd must stand a rigid inspection lkvil, on h (larm, ahd e aske d to be
Ir-k-- lr, wose good pitching
several weeks on business, for tuberculosis or other infectious 'won 'ues" lay's gae, went in to fin-
disease, and a heavy penalty is lpro-iw 'eliiafuining.Bt
e,-.c. i~l h I, irenmaining four inning" Bt
Mrs. L. R. Chazal and daughter have vided for in case of failure to coin iIltyk pt "!his s" t
gone to East Lake, where they will with the law. Bottling holue- and Oala' pit('r5 kept the hits scatter.
spend the summer. t uroundins at the dairv a i' l vi:it ors t ting only five s in-
ialso subject to inspection at inter\ als no hits came the
Mr. John Pasteur. the Stanton mer- Fand must be in clean. wholesomn. C il- _m, en".
chant, was a visitor to our city yes- ition if the-ir product is to be sodi in in. -^o started briskly. Ocala
terday. the ct. I 'iI"rsiT. Ford hit one to second
""rday ~ (.s,,, wlui('h \was not handled in time.
S It is hard to call to minid two orli-, i" 1 1 :i"11ne 1 1 was safe on the
Mrs. J. Pedrick and charming little nuances of more im:.oranc to the ci I- .,svt bts:mn's n1 was safr on the
daughter. Mamie, have returned from izens of Ocala. an] th"- council as w l rs hats.nan's ortor. clon intend-
a pleasant visit to her father, 'as oitrs who have for som- Time : 1( r(mV l'"'l both home on a free
:.l a 111 ;n "I,,,. \'oet was given a free
hip~t-n working for h i.-e n'easures art- P'
Mr. Sam Mathews returned yester-;tohe co,,ngratulat on he esccs-s,,u 1I o- Mn ffo,.r had balls. Three on base
day from Candler, where he has been anl t ily one, down. Harris out, fly to
for tlw past week recuperating, passa __ oiL' B.inet-t hit to short and
+ A FEW MINUTES' EXCITEMENT VOWT as ftoc 'lOUt at second retir-
Mr. Raymond Bullock returned on; iut t1! t se.'
Thursday from Gainesville. where he c hQuite a littl xciterwnlt as CI'- oca hal Ith'ree min on bases and
has been playing hall with the Gaines- + ester ay on Soth Mania only ,u out in two otherr innings, but
'i yesterd y" o l R,,ith .Ia,.no.ia '"".
ville club. !street when Marshal Bull went to ih,-1 ionmas pitched! himself out of three
.. .Anti-Monopolv Dru store i,(' collect .,!,11.dI holes. He worked well until the
Mr. and Mrs. B E. Raysor fine which had been imos(-d upon M Iseenth i nning, when the home team
yesterday in Ocala with relatives. re- H.C. Groves bMaorNashfr vi which coupled
tur ng'- -:- "t . .. her ose al L ~ ll" n'" H. (." Groves thv M or Naish for 1 .-i( I 11a'ld+ S \ t! singles, w iNNc up e
turning to their home at Lowell I.healh laws with a hit l.atmananda an error, netted
__ ._,tion of th.- city health laws. th. '"
the afternoon. iw -l o-s ih us
alernoon, _draining water from his &tdbli'hupt II li icala boys eight runs.
Iott .,iv ccr -o Nvitthr id.,,e scored until the fourth
Mr. E. E. Mclin with the S A. onto the street. According to M.ar- sie scored until the fourth
M r. E E "ei with th e S1:. .. .,. +. -....A I- l n -o.lni arris w ps g iven h is base
Rawls Company. Jacksonville, is here salB lls ,statteienMt Mr. (-rovs rr- innin. H is ws "iren his base.
on buisness. Ernest'* many Ocala fused to pay the fine a(nd co..ts, and Sla the "bi.g tfnr route." Bennett
friends are always glad to greet him. upon being told, that h- nust oithor w |pay or be taken to the if1y (l.k-i, ht sa.lv to 'right flld, Harris took
Capt. E. B. Richardson. a former said he wouliu do neither. The officer leonl.1 Bmlhovk hit to sohrt stop,
"-who- tried to catch Harris at third. but
citizen of our city. now a resident of then attempt d to arrest himn. anditl Iii h r'asdcaresa thr
Homosassa. came up yesterday and is Was only after a -!ander -ad as I was declared safe. Three
wit" frind. e lkin-" onl at. bs i' 'I )as(s S,-ain (lark was passed to
stopping with friends. He is h(,kin. sited him in conqutrin- the bt' l-r- I fsn. (iark was passed to
., Ifirst omn foulr halls., ad Harswa.
as youthful as he was ten years ago. ent that he' consetend to "cash u o." forced with th'. anfirst Harris aof the
Another warrant was served (ol Mr. ""cw t" it run of the
Mr. John T. Lewis of Moss Biuiff Groesy the niar-hal oii: e tiiii lat- L'ani Ford thehn hit to Thomas, ani
was here yesterday for the firstin ,harin it istm in 01- p t' was thrown out at the plate,
since the second primary. His frien'i fee. .hi ae ^.i withar-i in Mavi-. n ( a doimim- lal' completed by put-
were laying for him and, gave hint n. r Na-h's court this ii.rii:tug. i^ Fot'dr(l ont at first.
rest. But he took the jotlying in .eol i (cill;a. nOT to be outdlone, also ial-
part. '. GILCHRIST CANNOT BE ], i il lllthis ilnulili. Brown put a sin-
W ITH US T, t, r iight il,.1, took second <'n a
Mr. Fallnce .McCullv-s ',,.ill O, __ ^,',t ". ,! |^ ] ^ ^ .
frihne ,s will t, ,':, md l ", : h ,' 'l. o,. i, .,-,u , ,., ow' .'i te'- lit a hart. all to .. ,, tt.
h "as .d* ,:-;- i. ': ,' ia] 'i. ( 'at '.^ l H; 1I.I.'' wi i I, hin.l a i areil ional s io, b.t lh is
..c..rin.. Th. t.o.- '^ '-' ( p n "; '. o- ., F l./- l\': t hi's? Vt l ia tOO Wile an'] tlh'
cations for n utiin'Frshiim in thr' \\<< '" .. a '. ... .. ,'.. ,- .h v i ..r v;,. s-e.. uO ro. n sr,' .1
lr ...~~o g io h r o i-, ,b ~,~. ei. l-t,,m, I ""l.... ""~ n l '' X.,~ jm , l i i, I l I" \, .l S~li f tla2 'i I,!')V] ( ;'il'clt he
~ of t . 1 < .o .il. r, n- . :,/-I .,',If, '. ..,i; ;\ ;^ .'ttl "^, y h ^ - H l o
"PST- ,; ,. t > ';,- '!I ' :; ;. ,. ;' II >,:li~in;- '(," '^," ;iL';i;iin in ril T" ", nlin1 h i't" ^ii-L

M Ir y. tfllioc.. l t-l Mt,, 11 er .. .. :l- o T l 1. ,. .,. v -i1.in-e'-;it !1U2. tiit'-t a in;dl .d t i c5< this
A , c .. .- l ,f' & -, ,' ,.C .1 *, R . , f s t n I V ^ i i ii ,i s l o n ,* ; ; i i f ; < ,* i ,;' 1 I 1 + +II a T o a l o f t w o l n ls .

N. H-,n(;ie!-,(n. Tuv.Li, pa.v-, J, t
to FordI. Thona. "o l'rvne 'o Bov.,n
t- ftr ,.,n .a s-t. 'Cal 11 OciAl,.- 4
Struck out. Iy H,'T-ris 4. v Clairk 2.
i Thomas 1.;. ,y Brown 2.

To the Editor Ocala Bann'r:
For sO.. Oie tlIme p,-st thi or.-an!z:,,.-
tion has wanted to -i!ake a stait,'n, nt
to The good people (if Oeala. but va-
rious things have prevented their dlo-
ing so until now.
The hand was re-organized iwder
its present management in Decebnher.
1906, taking in a goodly number of
new members with very little musical
knowledge. By hard work, constant
attendance to rehearsals and perse-
verence, the band has worked up to
its present standard of efficiency, and
it is with much pride we make the
statement that there are very few
bands in cities much larger than
Ocala throughout the country that
play the kind and class of music we
are now giving at our weekly con-
certs. With the exception of the
drums and a few accompaniment In-
struments, each member of the band
owns and personally bought and paid
for his own instrument. During the
summer of 19<17 we gave concerts ev-
etiv two weeks. but this year we have
given one each week, and judging
from the attendance we feel that the
people of Ocala appreciate what the
band has done and is doing. But
words of commendation and praise is
not all that the band needs. We v'ant
to raise ni money to purchase uniforms,
buy new instruments and to defray
other expenses, and we now ask the
good people of Ocala to show their
al)lppreciation of our concerts in a sub-
stantial way, by contributing to this
fund as liberally as possible. The
Dickison chapter r of the Daughters of
the Confederacy have very generously
headed tbb list with $25, and the en-
tire band wishes to thank them hear-
tily for Iheir support. Subscription
lisst may be found at the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank, with Mr. Gerig, and
at the Ocala News Company, with Mr.
Martin. The members of the band
feel that when thely give their time
and talent to the band, they have
done enough and it is now up to the
citizens to show their appreciation of
the Metropolitan Band.




A s5^-.';i iisj+a*ch fro:f Paris to
Vt' Nwv York Her-ald announces a
,iiscov-try of 1a ra.iount importance-
the elaboraii.n mof a curative sertlnli
fo)r. bovine- iberculosis. Dr. Etienne
('ugiullitre of Toulouse has devoted
ten years of clost study to the dis-
ease. I'nder his treatment the ani-
mals recover. His experiments re-
peataodly have been verified, even by
thle slaughter of the cured animal,
when the post-mortem findings were
nil. A cure complete and effective
has been the result. Dr. Garrison, in
speaking of the new serum, said: "It
is one of the greatest of useful dis-
Koch.'s discovery of tubercu'in and
Cugulliere's discovery of an anti-bacil-
lary serum complete the scientific cir-
cle. Recognition and cure of bovine
tuberculosis now appear to be an ac-
complished fact. All hail to science
and to her faithful votaries! The ben-
efits to humanity will be incalculable.


To the People of Florida:
I wish to express my high ap)pre-
ciation for the vote given me in the
recent primary election. I feel pro-
foundly grateful. Before and during
my candidacy I was a Floridian. I am
a Floridian now. I hope every one
will feel that they are Floridians and
that this imposes upon them the duty
of working for the prosperity, growth
and development of our great state.
This can be best accomplished by in-
culcating a spirit of kindliness and
good fellowship. I trust that all un-
pleasantness engendered during the
late political campaign will soon be
like the campaign itself, a thing of
the past. Had I been defeated I
would have said, "I regret I did not
receive enough votes but am thankful
for what I (lid receive."
In conclusion, I wish to express my
thanks to the people of Florida for

-t U~-Z k AI I fI I 11I l l t 1 -I -
Paul. Minn.. where she will .pcn,1 tit'
summer with her 4Iislingfli.h-ld son.
Mr. Frank Kellozs. ono (if the qmost
noted lawyers in the I'nited Sta,,-.

We wu-ul d call lihe attention of our
readers to a typographical error \vhi'ch
occurred in the setting up of th- ,i'id-
vertisement of the DuBose floirs andt
screens, which appeared in this lpa-
lper Welnesdav and Thursday. Thi-
words from which the prize list is to
= be made are "DuBose Floors &

-- \ i', },I '.*(' '-*. ": ', (I) o ",IS. li', h 'v > X'itl('ssto throe ('x-
... I ,ish t ''h ; v ic e ;! 1 < C-4 (w; ii ",i"l' h t his 'k ;11i o f wX-1ich
e i'tI on ofh ;oall th" i st;ae w eh.-r t -< t-. w 11 W lli such llu ort as lhe team has
,a ,n. t It w, 1. .hi''..'a.nr's < 't-i dl ,luring this series the boxVs
r to ..rov. "ort o it' _ra' vo ,t' will t'ileav'Or to keep up the present
ivt n ' iv the,' i. o. tn s t a... it, mdll win the three games sch (d-
"'t2!'' ,'v. tv ii I iH, iiiI 'li ,''l f i0 usX v xvet k w ith the fast A r-
i ( leldi-t I If-am and 1 eos u. -.u
1 x with I you It 1:. +c 1, rdatiOll n ,,if I- '"tia t" "an L "eesb r .
t ', m-tiind Ie av on ',llv l'IhI. Pr l'The ()Ocilla llov's have ben on the
Day oil J 11 4 11. .n-
v.io. v\-n .. i ,- I, ,I t..r I rllt (w ,I for nearly three weeks, playing
.from accepting Tbi"" i '<.<'- a ,p;,.ti "- at Tifton. A shbuirn and Valdosta Ga.,
fo invitation. in : LakeC ityP alatka, St. Augus-
,,itIo :111 O onln ?ni ncr: Pit n-irlt n




Mr. Ilarry Cole and Miss Clara May
Laird wo're quietly married, Wednes-
day ,'veninig at the home of the bride's
another inl the second ward, Rev. Al-
be'rt (Glove'r n(prfor'iing i the cernemonv.
Mri'. ole is o i', (ift ti, vallied sal.es-
111-n i (f Til' h H. Bt. M .' ors (Coii1any.
while t',' ibride is one of Ocal;i's ;ir-
tr'c('t,\<4' xVoui ladies'.
'.ir. ;titd .M l' ('o l lm,;li r >,- 'l' i'
(V)'i!!" '! ld .'. m ui iii' '!'i( .il s ni ,C'O'
Tvl: ,, w. l l ,'! ', I; a n l:; .w il v ,>,!-
Clc., 'im;'"l-
"rile y w' ill ft)r the'. 1,!'t e',t? l,,' a 11,: p< ,"-

wi.th u I P- !Ir, h11ir:'mtlie'- t
F1,1'ii-t st !reel.

* ,____ A
The comniittI,' al,)pointed ti)v th."
OalIa bo-rdl of trade to lo kl after i!T'
comfort and convenienc-' of the dp,-
etgatos to the (Good Roads Conve(ntion
desire to t -:inik 111he oWOI's Of vluIo-
molil(s vwh<, so cheerfnully lit the-ir
machines at tie disposall of the com-
mittee: to the not(l proprietors for a
reduction of rates, and TO others for
courtesies extendflI to the commit-

giving me not only enough votes, but
many more than enough to nominate
me for the high office of governor of
the great state of Florida.
Very sicnerely,
The Delray Canning Company re-
ceived the third carload of cans for
use in the factory this last week. The
factory has been running very steady
for some weeks now, employing over
one hundred hands. This is the best
season in the factory's history. The
price paid for fruit has been 90 cents
per crate net to grower. Some who
have shipped their pin's have receiv-
ed as low as 13 cents returns, and to-
day returns were received for pines
shipped in May and early in June,
netting, only 50 cents per crate. Some-
times it pays to patronize home indus-
try.-Tropical Sun.
The latest rumor in southern rail-
road circles is that the Seaboard will
probably be absorbed by the A. B. &







Get my prices before buying.

One price to everybody and

is the very lowest in


Purchases not satisfactory may

be returned and full puro

chase price refunded

without a uteqtnn.

k ff TIN





171-'Ikv Vra,


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Oneoc3f the rep resent at i vos of the To the G'reat He~arted P-ople o: Flor- 4Tt an'v~eSt I1st uo
FRANK HARRIS. Editcw. I IIwa 0 ut' -taiv (;iichri-T,:- victl,:,: Baltimore 'Manufacturcr's Record. sia-' id a:li"(jie-if ~ii .l'1t'
P. Lavegod, usiessMaage. j wat ~. riu~ijh ifi'uh OeP!1~.-'- iolica Iat Now 'i-leans, is t al Iiu14"a Aboutit IoI-() 11T jItsaa)IA ~ ~ 1.() u:i.-

I ia1Ifill1 lea] dov-ler ma'l oo l'jIK PP i rv o 1,t.intzv aifll Z')ei1 ii'-*lit ty IBt.1 of-sSf!a.4.a

10 -I1o ,, v1..

'j~lt V~ll~lhu Vi 1). m t !F,I!*
lrat ont*e. lnot it) r4' :11,~~t, p co1:ir;0 al() 1)1*1 i.. Bll it2 al liii'~t. I %ill 1w CherT~
hi 11: sel or arty jW! ~ii.-aii~' *' TEA 'liiet't "tIS110( qtWttio a iuI i.)ut It ilIt at 111'I W i(ai -o rha ISits ,1 a)1,c(a 111a~
lout ta~g nd my flag.and h w it lit> ave, not for th b,'neit of a (7 oj Ii:- ra it ni .ws! flua lF cai hait.,WoiiOit'ptiil IW I s .'.%- thiaLt on ( 11 f IT' ofii~i 1t, ) i' T,j tI e s:al a t~' ia
I fspca p ltca rpe~ia1 f xo* i~~iTi'l ti (ie t h- lltit mine aIetolt It 2t II )f' 'e I W- a aur-'r. i

In your land and my land and half the e 1 1 OnAtthesall* t hi'.a heT
world away. U ,butitin t he iitre an,' for tihe 5181 sin pointin.. out the silver linig 1 11%1 oh v~ifrlx o i-pa~~CI-isi'~~
~s rd ndblodre is tr -) fr- 1h.'nefit of all the poopk'- Al!th' o.to II*- Whacesl-vianal most thIrciatein; I-,A s v otwill r-call. I Nwas ch~irt--t- ifl %itlcliet1O
ever gleam; mkn narntfl cllr~lk
Snow white and soul whit ~~~e. heg94101 so&hi ea an in ill i a!'-'- clotiald. nnd never I),-, on OZ.~ look it frmkn narna'l C~I)' uas iiitj~Ii tknL.Alsrsw
forefathers' dream; vot o. 1 11 :.. oetcl. ;.ii'e sqtliia s- i 1 several land onpt ie: lijil rail- ile aei'. P41 rc' I~iil

gleam aright; te)af curl ecrd tkeasfees. nmakinig a deal wA-ittiltheStandlard!7; at.C~atI XC
The glorjIfd guidJon of the day, a shel- his hewovt'aI statt.'.e'\ini c irsRood tral i O~lan 4 4tXOtS 14n
ter through the night. Dlllii_- ~al. *:,,.- I tsoniethinz, like Tite following: ~i e ~ ~~ "'' ~~ .. 9.,. ,. ~ ~ tie

Your flag and nmy flag, and oh. h.wv
much it holds'
Your land and mny land secure wifhi i
its folds:
Your heart and my heart beat quick--:
at the sight;
Sun-his.ed and wind-tossed. the re-l
and blue and white:
The one flag. the great flag, the flag f-r
me and you.
Glorified all else beside., the red an.
white and blue.

FRIDAY. JUNE 26, 1908

The Filipinos are rejoicing over
Taft's nomination.

The man who crows last crows lui.t-
Wet, loudest and strongest.

The Times-Union says that it is a
long lane that has no turn.

Don't tell us thaI the Times-Union
has no influence in elections.

The president is booked for a three
month's rest. Can he be inactive for
so long a time?

Dr. Boggs is not at all plea-sed within
the outcome of things and sticks to
his original statements.

all his view- and at the, sam,- tino
firmi and insvowerving in hi s ':.- ions
o what i- riqh'" he *'i :"ik the
slate o11,.- of tl., iw-s; i."','''' > at has
teve-r ha,.
Lilk, tho luiltllalltt! (Gov,-: 1 )l..- Prry.
1'!" 1. 1o i t)i. u rt-wav.!. r. o) enet-
mlies to punish. Notvwith.-~i;nintl ihe
rancor of tlh, campaign t he ouwrag-
-0ous Vilification to which h,,- was 'ub-
jectel. hi" gr'atiess of Iinild allnd
hear, oxclude-os all malic' or resent-
ment towards those whi ) oppose.! him.
He feels sure that a laroe majority
ot those voting against hin Werfe act-
ualted 1), conscientious motive s and
he respects them for their lihoniesty
and patriotisni. He wi!! I prove to
then that lie is the kind of man that
his friends said he wa-.
His triumlilph.. as said in th,- bezin-
ning. is not a personal o1o. blit a vic-
tory of andi by the popl l' in behalf
of good government, anad l i+ so, r'-
zar.i,. it. Viewing it in it -i I hi ,, he
wil uist' his ; tmniost en,i-avor- o r.ake,
his a.i, 'Tlislt aion on' of wioh -vei.
!i- mos, h litter Oipon*',,nt. -. as weo! as
hi it'ss f:'iods. will a!lp"ov" as co;-
ceive,' ;i. l I arrie ot', wi'' h' s
v .t,)! ,i1 f 1 ti I- l -' i 't, .--t S,,

'Vhen an adniroer of Voltair dlied
and x-' Itto heaein 0h1 first nian lie
asktId to see wa,!s ie relat F'rench
;philos'yihter. "N t he:-.-.'" S P tF'l -
saidl. after ltoki: through tl-i.
"Yo'iv'll eidently haf e to .o to) Ha-
!'- t. p.4 -in< How Tan I do d 'otal ?
\V'ha: a iibout thie inmpassi)llt' ulf'" lithe
eOWC('iI'-'r asked., sli )iClked a nd t 'yieve,1
that tili- man he h.ad so much alinmir'd
liad -olt o ihe N-ietlher wvorll, ini stili
desir)i:s of seeing Lim. if to do it wer',
in Il.s power. "Oil. no trotibleo at all,"
St. Pet-r r '"iAlii. "A. cantal-v-r
brid,- now spans tthe gulf. and the
two worials are connected by an elec-
tric trolley line."
'Voltaire's adnii'er took ih, lt'ol--
'\ car with hii- ticket for Hades.
A fter- a plia.sant ride he reaclied a
scene of niarveloiis beauty. There
was lh;xurious foliage of many tr*'#es:
th-re wlere greenswards anl )l budding
tlov.,rs- there wer murnursn f fal!-
i s '.vrit'i's
.... 1! (:'it for fit';, '" thk- coldlt' or
! !llli: shouTi,!.
"'Td:." dazed isitor1i had to e' ras-
ir. I i, ', e or" h. co( li'ii tli've T' Iat

Ibit lie iii-

Gr-at floods followed the prohiI1i- ,rf lIrida. ,;Iai!1 1(1: "hI car ait imade. in qlirv f(or
tion wave out in Texas. aid soie of Nome'o .-f). tl:.-' : r. -, '. -' apI!'..- \'o.ai"'.. et wa:- !ir-'i,'-I to a l-'.12-
the o ht.T r western sta'ls. 1::S, . ,, ,v{I l 'e ',iio '-i.< !*>' I it'ltl mi ansion oi .i si i ftly hill. alnd
- -' ilh ,i"l'.....,' ** Governor Broward tak,- 1i- ,l-,i'e I . h i
1 ."** '- v ir il ~ f -' '" : v :!. ,;;;' : c .; i.. ) l :I* l!
bravely and gracefully. Wh'ln Aa n::'', i a 1t' '
does that ih-Ore is a fu, r.l f-,r i1i:! i ,. , e. i -
il h y o n \ *- ;* th s ;t o : w ;; ;'** ;,:< ,*. .;i' *. ;* .! t; .! '.Ii' ('n '.'.t!'li
, , ". " ,i iin ^ ,, :' i- ,. ^' ( **. l ;tn...Tist !*, t. '- ....: 'n ; /e ( i }*l l
Davit, B. Hill has saifeid ior d.iar: .
old Londcn. lie is a .tenocra* s:'"l, .. :
i, ,, 1 *\ ; r ';'" ( ' '. *- st .'i V - = -- -i ;t ha I :!- .".{ '0 ^ I' -
but even more still than eve'r l'.)t 'r t.. .
V '^ ""' '' : i i -'7 i Ii > '-. 4' i i r i
lie did -niak., lon1%,k-t s-" ,N', o' .. .'
other fellows with hos-' "' oil,)S,.\ V, i :1 ... '' ... .. --
cards alter a a nT1mf '. N N tI I-t 1 .' :: ; \'. U I.. t - .>t ' I a 7 - -
_'__ i l Colonel L. P. Mi!i>r s.-eni'. to ha ,"I- .-I;i; ) r : p' 2 '! '' .-\ ' -' Ti i d .- *
figured it out abottiult "gli: X( ',' ,t tl::" S;t b, I . ';-,. ,, ,, ; ** ',:... ..: s',ll idhi ;,.1 "1 .,:
he was a littlee mniodest w t i Ih s W ; r,,'--., i Fin.a 'l.X T" ' :' 'i ', -xt. (;' 7 i I l '. : ; t';-z11r1s : I ii 'n4 '
('(--r,,iU 'lX- ry'jo i:. .- .:'.:u'i: v',-;' al:i' salr.'e '.,' ,'ars a-o. a fellow oii ni
The Ladies' Broward and Stockton o'' -,; '--'- ""i.!. vit '.if ;. :.'d to lr'in ii uinl I '-
Club of Miami will meet to pas-s re.o- ,- fco'.i ::'i-:: i.." -,,i.i,- l new indstria,
lutions of sympathy ard co-tadolencet-. (;or,',ta H-. .i" : !if \v.-p;, ,'.'. tSoi-, 0i I- nt,7an t'
.......- ? *ii'v i ;i' il to tall low its teachin2.s
-t Wonder how the Bog, -Binlian? RESIGNATIONS BY WVHOLESALE as to 1o-w to piilibuild a country ant
combination fe,- i.y-.--Taiia II) llilo a lwautiful and iposperols a
News. Second Regiment of State Troops iand of dlsolation:i. We followed it-
The resultp.~ iarie Without Officers suggestions, andl learned, among oth-
The st .-.a prnares ,'y.'nIf tl'eor things frol it. columns, how t,)
was a prot--s: .- :'. 1 a rea, nany Second regiment Florida 'a:, '.o,)ps. t 'e artn'sian wdlls. In this way- we
a suses. tationol i,- Tampa, ha.-_ re'sing e 'd li. p ,t o t Ii .a d st ill have ,vat-

Goverror 13r), might invit Capt. Max Morit'z. ating -pOSt co:n- (or notzhi l o irtraate the lanil
Governor or- .- ). *n to, mi huntint niair. ane in oIlm anl of company t1, the groen rass, the lbuddting flow-
Evergladen F--t snt his r -.-:,naion. ogeth-'r with oris and i the rovs of t'reoos whichil lde-
that, I0 lCi'1,a1! TLouiA.1- '. .,lll". light youlr e are the results of stldy-
We again repeat the governor has conlnian'1in M coiiaT:v. \Va1'eor F. i.Z th,, .Ma 'factre''T-.-' R'eor' i 1o Bal-
only himself to blame. He p)layod ,, IBti5. ;',j' ;il" ot a h tl r.- ha aioi I Wo.:,. .
poor polities. I:i < 3. V. t;iLx'y-. ai trt'l.ni-.;7,,r ot Ti-' -
-! irst hllttalilont. f f'ki:ii,.a'a:ll !.'aT- MRS. HOWE AT 89

The stately maxims of t he Tampa
Times was a little ato e ithe ear ot
the average voter.

Editor Stoneman does not say so in
so many words but no doubt feels that
"revenge is sweet "

Thank you. It feels riEht well t,)
be on top holding the lines ant ridling
in the hand wagon.

When ht refl,-ct s what Bryan ha

quarte~r~s iieoth'r day. Thot' hava'
been lK-'',- ): 1011F. N. St-hil-
It'!. cormm.and ling' l- n f.f -7 1114 '117.
an~il a:-apro''-'i and folrwa:',it-!i.)-IT la-
hasse''. To '. 7v (api M (117izhas i'.'-
ceVtl ol:ho 'T"o-'s;,-ra*,io)ns:til FIt jf Lr

panly F aiai Iht 7-' IIpI'o\ inz ani~;>'~1

('rlonI %\Sefll-- ll 1, prov- \ anad
T''I" 7~ l'2- a ih st lo

Mr-. ,Julii W'ard How-' rec''ived
n any congratulilal ions 1on her I'.th
birthday just past The New En.glanad
\\Wmall's l('Ith atVe 1 reception in h'r
h-')nor. witli aldress-,es by Presildent
Wo\oi' y of Mt. H-illyok. ('olleg,. and
t h -'r alistii.glishe, pe i'rsonls. Inl htr
rt'spons i.e Mrs. Howe said:
"Wh,-.t I r.enomnber: t cold 11w,-
Coiw., Yiv'u'n 0 iall the 4rcat re'form's-
T''1o, 7 !'iI'e0. alti-slav'IfI.. wonian sitff-

C I 1, tl l*'r X. I I Y ca II I1 ) -n 11 "X x -
*itc t uln ~i- t d ,tlet 'a y ni vx e a;t n p ;' i:: n x-\ i~ l t '" | ,* I ti|i . .
l i f l f l L i f j f v i l ,t~ I i ~ j ~ ( -c i ia ~ T' s 9v i' I Sh o i \ MLI''
ponses. pairson;al I. n it di i ( l)(.:i '- I.aIoat 'Ti' hin wll t II(i ll ( it,
lie n s (Thif.''-;. It l ] d hfll, *t,, (.,i I IA I I I T (1
I 1 'ifit'el]\ I( !h i> ], solti,.rs' ;fa-11- 't.
*'io( an. l I V ; 'V ("}i;triV_,!. aj', .
"1;0 ; h [IlAy \ ii i W I -. N o :(' 11 ('* ,'--
w i t h ]l l ) ] l i i ; i l ,; ; *i , \ c : \ .1 .\ \ , ; ; .,-
-..t l) 'I;tirl w ill occutl .ll" a y -rVn'-ec a *r-h Jas
soI CM (17*1 (iI lt' ,('! *o ,i,';0ia. al! nt"e
I t t t is io \\ iil e -l *lot l in l Otala.

oar o Ir )'juIwlim"'iic1( hi:h: 1ii:-It 1eT II
I t'riq(pie tly toll ihle l o)f!),' trom 1i 1 i ,. aTl I*."- a;ii iiftlt, t10 (ll. "-i it rti,,
.s,:imp that it woUlI, h~o necessary that h ,, ,^ [.l i.,,,,.. !,;,i ,'.-
th-y possess the facully of m indl read- "' ^i,,.'lit'. 1. It .. ,. 9:
inm.. t( I)P able to tell what manner of I .,,,,h 111(w'. tj p l
a ,n I L i thel' lIeacliers St''Ill tol ) 'llj)y tt*'iit
All the literature that was sent out t* tin ^ hoso i lthe fl-.talIq
b-y me hadl my iame11 signed to it. and h on Star.
washi antar is. true.
was. andt is. trllo.

I do not bring these matters again
before yovI by way of complaint, but
only for the purpose of denying th-
truthii of the charges made against m#-.
;hat you mlay know that i(hey were
not trui', andl of r'+iterating that tilhe
litraituriti' sent out contained no in-
triu'e impllutalimis upllll anyVole.' Per-
s,)rally Mr. FlPicher. oulr l111olill''. is
a friend I have lno'llvn for a f i'nilu'ler
oif *i-ars. andt I (1, lnc.lt leliieve that he
wo il,, hiinis it'lf. 11:i\+, stii- (1wi, '1 :- lit-
"r;i T II r o m taii Iil Q I tlII ell;ir-',.s tIl;it
', --ii ( )t o ti T ill lii- I' 1 1t'.
'I" ) all oi! til wis !'.,i .- o ;, i' ri):i('a !ly
.-1ilpl)ort "l a'41 1'! \ ra dt' r 'a :4 ia ;1i!'i V.211
i,-s ll.:u 53, ii ,' 1 i hnet ;'l1 *'\-

flonineet, or i1resi-it-it.. is a Unit~r;iria

,llc~eet'l -flo. \W. Ii. \Milton. u'' -
holdls to ;! -41Sain t, I It
a-ainst hi-m il -)H in(ft! t. coini't!'-"
il ti lt !)Ill' i ii lir hi ti aj~Vlepfl'-I
] .\1didI himiii li) ha m. .\ r~ 'ii.
BimiS heliof'? 1H.lit !1tIi <:!C vV' IllI hi .

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and tarrv tier '-'n a iriI'. %%r~.
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taw, ainti f~r -ix m.-nith- .i
her to kro t4) hr !ltiv~im 1, t'i h
anal hI,' ~ l~. -''- aIhv** '1,
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had a iqT --f d-h' e tr~e r' .1. *

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and thrs-'- -x'-a 4 ''7 io lra Uir tr,..n
that her-, wa-4 a'i -v p* ti-*ria!.*a I
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I '' er 'vIlas muc lll'h of a r -ft'ormter.''
saiil .Mr. Billy Sandtr-'.s. "I'-ve seI-d so,
11111h:. reform m thalit I am sick of it.
Meblh' 'of I tcouiel gil a glimpse (of the
rfea! an' amnuin., artiekl,- I'd like it
iettt'r. hiur the only: kind I've ever
see-, is the kindI tt' politicians trot
wit when they want office. You kiow
it's aill biiuncombe ly the way they
open an' shelt the'r mouth an' see-saw
thie a'r wi' their hands. I had the iiee
that the issues of the las campaign
wuIz all f"r reform: the rilmil doenion
wa-s to be lifted outt wi' a pa'r of ice
tongls, an' the, (u stc ('orporations
was toI be h'it i up an' skint alive. [
a-i't evenl se( ed ihe tons. an' nuither
have I seed the hide' of t' ('ti Cusseld
('o'orpa ations, liiut I hear tll that the
skinnin' has bteon done. W\,ll. that
-satisfies Illy taste it') bl)od all riiht.
a11 110ow I wat to s some' of I lho ont-.
lioss politician:- o lt'iateI1 oni for the'r
aplpendixes. Th.y''d feel iu('l ch lighto'r
a71 niimbler."-.otl ('handl'r laiTi.
in Uncle Remus for .Julne.

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F I f1 t1 iI i. ,
t \ 1t : liv lio' I [a' 1 7 v i

s.l'T'ev a- ;I a h ,fila'tr I 'ir a wt- i I !I
Il i ,,i aotf 'liht !;uisd '.\a t h 0 1. d r o*'-
i' lii sllh- 'l .

(iya'-rlor ItrowVtardl li!l 1 -r '7''''
a)'171llbh1715r'f 1,11t really, il sa'a'!1i 'ii;L
tihl' stat*' governmell t!,is 1!1ov,)-e
along abtuit as well whaen h.' wa
away as when he is at the helm. Ther-,

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is a gool deal of misconception about ::i. n l','4 ,1 '.I, th. W \\ -
tlh administration of arovorr'iiiontlitl I ''iliV';Ia i, (f>ll ,rit 1 o), :) .t, "
affairs, : ii;tt.- th i kiia' :fi l t'...., ;

t? Consumption is less deadly than it used to be.

Certain relief and usually complete recovery

SwiIl result from the following treatment:

35 Hope, rest, fresh air, and-Scvft+j -

,LL D?0.CCISTS: 50c. AD '

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Worst Case of Eczema Doct3r Hid
Seen in 40 Years For S!
Months Father Expected Hs By)v
to Die- Blood Oozed Out All Over
Her Body-Had to Be Wr3pped
in Silk and Carried on a Pili:w-
Now She Is Perfectly Cured.


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04L. M. W. LONG ADDRESSES tant factor in educating the people of cognized them as gentlemen, some (
GOOD ROADS ASSCIATION Florida in the utility and importance whom possessed a high order of ii
e Takeo to Of Zood roads, and in bringing county 1ellect. statesmanship and patriotism
7 tor Task thFa Legisature of af;:,r county into action In the conil- As an extenuation of seeming irdi
1907 for Its Failure to Pass Good trltion of god roads. I can forence on their part. I desire to r
Roads L -aws-Gives a Brief History Poinlt With bcoming pride to eveind n
of the Assmociation and Its Purpcses (mlLnt of th.- state ,as having been min i the pati
The following address was deliver. ),-fited and -educatod in the ,(-- a giod roads ,ill, a(lodquate to th., no
e.d byv President H. \V. Long at thile an- rai nlove enl t. .A i', ;1. ,. .)f ouir esslii,.s ot 'he eol of F'lori,
roal meting of the Good R atls Coil- or-ainization lIt lew c'unti, ha. I n- ther, art, intric-acies to h- overconi
mention held in Ocala Tuesday- ;,. U, in _illin. Zooii roadtls. Since which can ony be lone by a )ractic;
To the County Comnmissioners and h1 time hii ndred.s of ni!'s hav l ,en I:nowlel. of he construction of .-.oc
((rood Roads Association of F!orida: 'onotructt... and county after couny \- roads. As the numberss of the Florid
(entlemen-Another year of c4re. is falling into linr. a' a.i ^e, legislature are not practical roa
resipmsibilities. disappointments and roads builders. The as-ociation has builders, and as )perhapl)s the menimb
successes of the people of Floridla also seen instrumental in having a of that ho\ v who are most influenti;
has passed, and goes into history as a! nnibr of bills passedd \y the ltis- in th P)assapt- of bills know lea,
part of its failures and achievements, laturt_ of Florida. of far reaching ben- about Th-ir construction, I reconimen
In retrospecting the past year. h;^t to tho masses of the people )of the thot Through. our legislative and goc
S find much to he thankful for. Through- sta. roads coinmitTees that they at lni
out the borders ot our fair state As cojfiictn oj)inions xit amof) d'eiy plans, and adlopt means to s
through the efficiency of our s'ate 'ihe sov-ral boards of county cimiis- (c'url. ilt- operation of a good roa.
board of health, and its health officers.,.sMn,.rs (of Th! sz'a, as to their autFror- a)ill o Ibe cina, T'd into law l)y the no:
epidemics have leen kept froni orl i he I)roiion f xistin ll Itll'o of Florida. ai
bortiers. andl while, fearful c'clones la to lipay rh. actual pxlpenses (o lhal a suital!,- coiniiiiitte.e of expier

and floods. carrying death anIi ,t'- inll-s I hereof is I'lete 1 secured To present thint 1)[ll for pa
struction, amounting to millions of til annlllaI lm tni^<-Tii s )t tliis .ssocia- s-( t, l nd -( lO',re tle I ro p ct)I!
dollars in sister .-tates. this.. cal;;!iiiv '. ''i. a.li i i.'iL: ii .hIrt ntto ) t.1 nlitt,-s t !h, l Ni-latiirt, anI i exldai
ha.s as a whole- touched us lih .tl\" falls ,d "(p, loud- h'l(iollol this i TA l-i As tlt- effortss of l
Pensacola ani the western poo n oll t 8Tr,, hat e\*'re coflu t Io tito t lllittee \iLl be I'Or h; aeretit
west Florida teing a,, e1cep;i(io.n ''s.. !,,. r'!,!,'t -n:l1, in ,< a lal Oil, ,1wtheplt- at large of ith.-' state, I fu
The, dilapidated con- ditio(n of o r Iie,'tl > .- s : ro cr.;. : o thet r-coin:ittiilI that yVou niu nioria
ra'ilroads aIn, a lack of suitable cars oti( ali "rtiiin\ )f piirl.S, afttin i/e, the 1,,.islI.i rie b, pass a law r
te move our imlmense freil.Ts has a11l the,' cint.c <'o)fllissioij Ts ot ie O'iIiiL; tf lie' I)aynllnT o+ Otl i ( lt-een remedied, and the iransportia- Hral( 'ti- f le :i'. I recoin- It-- e xiw'lises aiil niake a
tion of our commerce has assum-,t its tl1''n'l that thie ll, isla i\e coin1ii1itte of "1j' 311)Iia i, 'herefor."
normal condition. \hi -s a-sociatiion pr-liar.. a lill aioelll- In ccot-lance wilh Ii l te spirit ,
noma condition.reonnindtin
The effects of th- monetarv strin- inllz -xisiinig la\w so as to liik. it 'aill Th(e first ana.m recornii)tqlatioli, a
gconcy in the great monetary centers of thaT thol several ,boa'i- of "coltV1 lCo the- country retardetd to some extent collinlis-ionltl... ofl the ,tTe he,. an.i LfnizrT. le ion. A. S. Mann. calle
the business vocations of all our peo- they art re'quirel to pay tihe actlll! a ittet-iit of tilte ('-outntv Commissiol
pie by causing a redsluction in lthe uric- expense 01 at lost two nllenibellr. of 'IS* aln l1 G()O lRoads Association 1
plie by- causing artitoinil-plnic- elach boa i'd 01" co01mT V Co~lli ills~ tis 1Ii Jaclk*)llillt.'. Fla.. sever:
es of all commodities, which as a ch boarI o cn co isiors nt i ak.- i!, Fla.. s r
whole tailed to produce panics, or ma- o S I;IT+l i ie Irr .l in at et n jt1 ao to prepare a good road
really lessen the general i)rosperit th-se annual nieioinlg: bill adequate tho ill necessities of tU
t,-rially lso h onrllrl- i A h ea ttu f h d '1)* !lIttt.Fo esv~
of our state. The long protracted, I As the lpoal s*alts of 1h,. w). loplo' )i Florila. Froi a nwsa
ro a 'Is IuImo li 11 1'1( Si f ill-it i accounlt I sa v: t tia t I io conNventic
drouth in m any portion s of the penin- .r l l sular of Florida \cry much. les-en-,( a lihon lIr'pa(ed !i,, y alIdroe-s to w.- h'll, an,- a goo1, roads bill w!
the yield of many of the product.- in'l vo ar V ) le I I el f prXpa.d. o 1) nay of whicli I presun
the localities affected. but owin tll col: oI 'i' .,'- 1 \i l ;i. w-ill he 'ii to y tor your (co
the diversified, resoure-t-s of tho, l- 1 t4 : 50 liicoh 1f1 i ;> a )now sP 'ius T) sid*'ration.
lit,. t,, | : ] A ler ox; lt ii -) vou1 nitio livi lall
caliiies the men ot enterprise. pi 1is e It) h l>1 C1pon11 c miie1n .-tse. After x teiidiiit to you individual
a pl k;and alphu' :l Thi, at h tii,. Ill\ : ;'ri- i'd y 2lr-l'inP. : l1 ll'I stir
and pluck will COllie of!i: 111,1 ,1 v, )a'- 1hz. 'Il rusti
ance to Their cret-dit to k.-p :.i. wo): "F 'n i b! f Iro:ititp a>-,1.!,-.! le. ICTihti y rli" ,tlixer:itiisl mia;y r<,utli.
from T-he door -t ilt 1.-.. :i k of ':t,. t h ':l:i ,. o f! ;r ilj it"- \ *ii 1 t, '! *).-,l \- to)Z'tlih r
can be ov-r'c .ilt .-. V oi av assum
T u, h e:t. .,.i<-.. -- f ., l. ,' i- is i r ,, I o ; t i ii i ;itt '.-, !i. ,li. h ii l Z tltt' li tO e
Tlit 1. 0 (l]
ur c ii n ii' .lt' f' l i t .,T, "" :', .. ,,, ;' n( ', -" lt. ,.l s. [ "
fi T.'- I 'i-nna;' ,*i,'< "i:, .. ;,::,: ',t,.. :,i,,.. : ''** "i "' ' ^ i t Lo iI" ^ -; - n o ~ ~ ~ s
s e C ' ) , ;. t -, x l l '* .'. s t-' .t i 4 \[!"[i" . .. \" . l a
4, > >If' ll 1' } .... 144! 8 ti e o 'o* 1 ta
]'"a,;s cin so n- ir\ -:,*,. .? ...- *" * ' ^ : I,,, :<,, :'',.-' ,- .* i ,* ii x ,, .* \ ;d. i" ,' ,(i 'l v ]n d,^
r cs in i .1, l;t. i u: H. .. I ,', : I-, l. ....

hut friends ; ,! 1Hi,' i 3 ,- '.: '!' T' -, T 1. t... h'3'-e ''t! l Y '' '- i: y0t'r a
cor ges tinon. a d in i h ,ei, z,,:> t d ,.:
'0; r A lt
" hear? blirniyta- ;:.".- .i- a i.i ,, f *ii,.h --' ;'" 'I. "" 1 ,' l' 21 1 i I ht l )(h ^

ina state. ' u **a' -' v. :, :ii'2 1 i.~ p:-'" :::. ' O1 !' V4' '1' '4' 31fl' y i d\ (a t lwo]
(f..... ,I I t '" !, Ill~ ~ !;
i* e.it abounds, a lnd . h.i ra so t:- i : .. r. x I 1 4 -
CT *i : ,,' <... -. d": ',l !i:y Ti.)i ;1. i _. -. --"-", --

**devoutly thaii'. arn~ ~ ~~~:~ > a1:- '0'- 1>.11i' I',- 4* w\v.\\rn- IRrit^i young^ man fi
ta ths goiI lan ( \ .ts at a~ ?iiii. !i:~ *it-*> T\I- c, iid-i'; '"- 4 ;3f5if n. ^ an
lo thsgoi ln,< f >- 4S.^,,, ^ ,,^,-, ^ o etr ; wa-*s to start ar
sified resources owiI,-neod b, y t th'i :t<,p-
Amoof adl -To:...,," ;'X,,,, -..: *8 requird Address F. T. turner,
should 'a .h ra ne e.", Zlu ( ,o. '-, 1' o- t: a t t 0. o 25 v Wet Fla, 5-iO-Gt.
ae conc-nTrard oi',- niltuis and o!,tI: "

... .. -- t lt %v pa e i Ithat I i I1 it wo% ld ii ("'a > M io i> rr a.i.* o
efforts in the, 2reat work thai w.' as tli. i th il i wll itr LOST-Between Citra and Reddic
an organization have assumeio, taxation. I ask in 1he nanm ('011o- bird dog, four months old; white wil
iolliI s.ense. did tha: august ib)oly ever liver colored spots. Liberal rewam
A brief rel-i.-w (if hist:ory- of" w;r
"oA braef rei. -w of t "e hisoooy is o or conceive.. how a sov)ereign for return to J. S. McAlllster, Citr
association- on' formulate an] 1s ia p- Fla., or any merchant in Reddick.
time. Throuzh Th.- effor'ts of that stat,' coti 1 formulate anid p)t in T 'p- .
'* l oration I a statutory 1,iw. a far- .. .. .. .. ....
broad-minded anii progressive citizen.i i a stattoy I a far-
., , I reaching& nteasur-' provxidting for ITt -l-T TT
Hon. H. H. Dicks, on ot Orang- county -,aching T, ,asur- ,,iing for r|il- -_ WT ,
Ho lions of dollars to be used for the bon- IL
and a few others. representatives f i \.
^L "fc ;'fir of its (.onstituency. and their OS-y O UP
from the county commissioners of Ma- ta Ta tho
nion. Volusia. Brevard. Lake. Polk. terity who taxation. That (r Y
Iee. Hillsboro. Dural. loon. Escambina rigidly adheredt to would have killed
byLee. Hillsboro. Duval. ieon.ndefinite postponenimont" a bill If you have on hand to sell, or If yc
and Orange counties assembled in the hat th enacted ino law. carrvin are thinking of coming to Florida
city of Orlando. March 2.,. 19,4. A with it an appropriation of o\r a to make it your home, or If
temporary organization was effostt er tyou dma sire to met ori
by electing H. W*. Long chairman. anfi halt million dollars, to foster andl siiip- you desire to Invest in
P'rnbyelting H. n ort our university, the deaf. duab any kind of Florida
Porcher longlt soe 'tary. An ant blind institute, the Florida Ft.- Property,
tive commiTteo. consisting of t he an h state colored SEE OR WRITE TO
Chairman of the board of comtint coni-, i l o The slog a.ad i |lI nI t UsPTatU 0 (ol d
I omlschul The' slogan u.<,,d in
missioners of the above named co.in- Inra f ih ool. J' H LIVINGSTO & SON
t.s. with H W. long of Marion as o J L I Ul
chairman ot' th#I co(lrtitte. was ap- I and I Think was pr'Ol~)erly ii-set. May REAL ESTATE
chairman of tNo, coi,.tnittee. vwas at-,1 no (,xclai^. "'O. coii~istency. tho)u Ocala, Fla.
pointed, which wa- authorizeol to pro- 1 1t1 exclaim". '0. o(' l -t t il Ocala, Fla.
Tnulgate a call tor a state convention 4 r T d to iv
1iltn11 is (lIIO of Tho' lnlo-t lr) r'-..
0e the county col lnlissioners- of the I I O t mt otwc
()I The ugn.. the )heli(tfi T o A 1, Iiell
sev-eral counties of the slate to i-,+'et reach at,. tblnfit allcl.-- 'S wh fi-
at such timtl ali t'a,. as .-aid (0111- rei n, he bino t as well as tne Cf
mlittee mtay detern:inoe. fo o r!anaizin L defin, ht l t'll .- h
l Its- nat "i hoed r'ia tl'l V
State association n un d(i :- uch n1:il'l I w (fi n)i0io n his 1:i "> ." t
f 1 ... . "oi \i sn a.y- o i-,


The Fourth of July Com-

mittee have arranged for Bal-

loon Ascensions during the

Day with Madame Moiselle

La Papier which will be wit-

nessed by 10,000 People.





CLARK B3ROS., Proprietors
'Phone 174

Ocala, Florida, June, 26 i9o8

Dear Madam:

We have just received a nice lot of new goods that will no doubt be of interest to
Don't throw this paper away until you have read this through, for you might find
I some article that you can't get from your regular grocer if we are not so fortunate as to
1 'be your grocer.
We will head the list with Curtice Bros. Pure Maple Syrup, in pint and quart bot-
tles. It is guaranteed absolutely pure.
Also, Individual Plum Pudding, and one pound cans.
Potted Tongue and Deviled Ham in quarter-pound tins. They are fine for sand-
Preserved Strawberries in two pound cans.
Alkn Preserved Grated Pinennnle.

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He Died of Heart Failure Caused by
The whole country will mourn the l

death of ex-President


which occurred at his home in Prince-
tn, N. J., Wedlnesday morning.
While the deatn of the ex-president
Is Sincerely lamented it has causi.,!
so fluctuations in financial circle-S.
Secretary Taft was slwaking in New
Haven when he was told of his ,la;h.
He said that Mr. Cleveland was "a
great man and a great president."
Mr. Cleveland's political career bI-
gan when he w-as elected sheriff of
Brie county in 1-7i". In 10.1 he was
nominatedl as the democratic candi-
date for mayor of Buffalo. and wa:.
elected by a majority of 3 T',,. The larg-
est ever given to a candidate in that
dcity. In the same election the repui-
lican state ticket was carried in Buf-
talo by an average majority of over
1600. He entered upon the office Jan-
Uary 1, 1882. and soon became known
w the "Veto Mayor," using that pre-
rogative fearlessly in checking un-
wise. illegal and extravagant expen-
ditures. By his vetoes he saved the
city nearly $1,000,000 in the first half
year of his administration. He oppos-
ed giving $500 of the tax payers' mon-
ey to the Firemen's Benevolent Socie-
ty on the ground that such appropria-
tion was not permissible under the
terms of the state constitution and
the charter of the city. He vetoed a
resolution diverting $500 from the
Fourth of July appropriations to the
observance of Decoration Day for the
same reason, and immediately sub-
scribed one-tenth of the sum wanted
for the purpose. His administration
of the office won tributes to his inateg-
rity and ability from the press and
the people, irrespective of party, on
the second day of the democratic state
convention at Syracuse, September
22, 1882, on the third ballot was nom-
tated for governor in opposition to
the republican candidate, Charles J.
Flogler, then secretary of the United
States treasury. He had the united
support of his own party, while the
republicans were not united on his
opponent, and at the election in No-
vember he received a plurality ever
Mr. Fogler of 192.854. His state ad-
ministration was only an expansion
of the fundamental principles that
controlled his official actions while
mayor of Buffalo. In a letter written
to his brother on the day of his elec-
tion he announced a policy he intend-
ed to adopt, and afterwards carried
out, "'that is, to make the matter a
business engagement between the
people of the state and myself, in
which the obligation on my side is to
perform the duties assigned me with
*aeye single to the interest of my
employers." The democratic nation-I
a! convention met at Chicago, July S.|
1854. On July 11 he was nominated
as their candidate for president. The
republicans made James G. Blaine
their candidate, while Benjamin F.
Butler of Massachusetts was the labor
sad greenback candidate, and John P.
St. John of Kansas was the prohibi-
tion candidate. At the election No-
vember 4. Mr. Cleveland received 219
and Mr. Blaine is! electoral votes. H*.e

was unanimously renominated for the
presidency by the national demoer:iT;c'.
convention in St. Louis on .kn ,. I
1888. At the election in Novembir U.- I
received 1(,, electoral votes \-wlihl-' 2
were cast for Boenjaimin lnr..'i,,n. T -
repub!ican annindidate. (Of t,, p, r
vote. howev-r. 1'.. recoivil .',.7. '."9,
and Mr. Harrison r,,oiv,.' '... "'.{
At the close of his admininistrajit,!:..

March 4. 1,s,9. he retired to Nexv ,-'<'k
City. where he re-onT-red,! uiipon '
practice of his profession. It s-< ri
became evident, howve-or. that h .
would 1e prominently urged as -. ca-n-
didate for renomination in 1',12. At
the national democratic convn'Tionj
which met in Chicago June 21. 1 ,42.



Closes July 1,

As usual for the pas

I will make my an

chasing i[[trip to Balti

New York for barga

and winter goods,

It is therefore absolut

sary for me to hay



SOf Application for Tax DeI l Under In the Circuit Court of the Firth Judi-
Stin oChtrLa cial Circuit of Florida. in and for By virtue of a final (ecree of fore-
Section S of Chatr. awsMari County-In Chancery. closure and sale rendered on May 2n.,
of Florida John R. Williams. Complainant, vs. 1908. in that certain cause pending iL_
Notice is hereby .. Charles V. White et al. Defendantsthe circuit court of the fifth judicial
oc.dtha .er for Constructive Service. cic t ou
Circuit of the state- of Florida. in and
Fort. purchaser (if tax certificates No. I IT is ordered that the defendants or Marion county, in chancery, where-
/" t.ab dae'an~' inant1
,.,. .,. .,,-^r. ', ...', !,l ,dte herein naned, to-wit: .James M Sm it. M i o o n a om plar
-. '1," , anil James 0. Johnson. be and they William Dehon was complainant
m he 4th day ot Jlu .. I>. ,,ha are hereby rq.lire.i to appear to the adn Luther D. Stafford and others are
I ,iled said crtifilat s in :.y office, an(dl bill o: complaint filed in this cause defendants. I the nderSiine, special
1:a- made aliplica&ion ur t: x dteed to oln or before Monday, the 3rd day of ras.ter named and appointed in the
:eo t 3o aid decree to exf'c,,te The sam will,
,e i ac"rda ce li .;.. S ad A .St. 1'1,,'.
1.It 1,z ilrtlivr o.iricllI'tat ahcopyw. Mc
S %edti ficaTs brace liowig It is further h url.1 that a copy Mcnday, the Sixth Day of July, A. D.
.IQ | *Vr(*lo-, ;-i t i- Ma1, forhi eig-hr t c un il hl weeks in the 1908,
S|.oun V. Fh rilia. :"-wi" Sut hw or Oal a Bann.r. nu..pap)tr published 1 ltwe the hours of eleven o'clock
I utl ,qtir of r l lth-t ;;,. ...'(tio, in -;ii( colnTy and state. ill the forenoon and two o'clock in the
,. township 1 '- .s ,. Tthis "',.h .ay of May, ,S. rern' )oi. at the south door of the
'.in lfvnji2 12. TI, 24 .T. iISTR NN. , o. i h in th,, city of Ocala, offer
5th.11' hwet (J~1 .,,., .~ >i~ ('~'.( ( >'I v '~;1ano1Co"' I' X o i i0e or salt, and will sell to
5 t h I )X,,, .,n, ia r ,h a t ,r'i ,i-. C' y 11. B rF ,:.-.Jr.,"D. '' : h highest an d best bidd er for cash
(,. x(',hw r(t as, (it,",r t r" fx p ..r r O't a r 1 7 ( ; E t ,-ir, , :1: ,l being in said state and coun-
West qut'.artc: "i*-< it: South half of the northeast
.NOTICE towns .. -outh half of the northwest
souhca.t (qu;lart, of nor *hwl qar- NOTCE 'iarter. the southWest quarter, north
)Ii ---o :'o TixDedjf of southeast quarter eio
ter.seio6,tovnship 12. rang e' 4:'Of A!liain or trax D.ed ',rhlf (if southeast quarter of section
t qu arrters to o 1 a *4 i \i.a :... 2, township 14, south, range 21. east;
2 5 years sonthwest quarter of southeast q 'ar- St- .i, n t chapterer 4S N, .Lavs -
ter, section ;. township also east half of northwest quarter,
I. seto o i 1. r Notice is hetrtby given that Robert northwest quarter of northeast qur-
lot 4,. section 17. township 12. rang-iE.F Chitty.. purchaser f' axceri(cae norhes quarter of no theas ur
oer of tax certificate ter, anh
nuald pur 24: lots 11 and 11, s(lCTionl 17. t-cwn1- No. 29., datd (the 4th lay of June. A. southwest quarter of section 5, town-
ship 12. rangc 24: south half of lot D. 1!t;. has filed said certificate in ship 15. south. range 21, east. or so
Section 29. township 12. ran-e 24. The mY office, and has made application much thereof as may be sufficient to
re a said land being ase i t for tax deed to issue in accordance satisfy said final decree and costs.
m ore sail lanl bein s as.-es at the ,datewith law. Said certificate embraces HENRY C. SISTRUNK.
of the issuance of such certificate in the following described property situ- Special Master in Chancery.
the names of Henning l.. & I. Co., Ma- ated in Marion county, Florida, to- RAYMiOND B. BULLOCK,
the nC o m plainanin gt1_ k.Solic itr,5 2
iins in fall rion Erwin. B. F. Harper. Sylvister wit: Lots S and 9, and commencing at Complainants Solicitor. 5-
b. (I. W. We 1 southeast corner, lot 9. Flemington.--T-
Smith. G. Wells. R. N. Buiton. T. thence west 110 feet. south 75 feet, NOTICE
N. Wells, Jr. Unless said certificates east 11, feet. north 75 feet, section 27,
shall be redeemed according to law township 12. south, range 20, east- In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi-
tax deed will issue thereon on the 2.12 acres. The said land being as- cial Circuit of Florida. In and for
27th day of -ul. A. D. 19w.. sessedl at the (late of the issuance of Marion County-In Chancery.
2th day ofy flyl. A. Ds gntue. a such certificate in the name of Mrs. John R. Williams, Complainant, vs.
Witness my official signature and ..I. Dow. Unless said certificate Charles W. White et a!. Defend-
ely neces, seal this the 25Th dlay of J.une. A. D. shall be redeeme(d according to law, ants-Order for Constructive Ser-
AI196gO. T. ISTRI'NK. tax deed will issue thereon on the vice._o_
Cler Ciruit 'out. Mrion('v.cFea

e a MIKE

We guarantee a surprise every


Keep your eyes on our

Very Special Bargain Windows,

I Am Not Selling Out
At cost, but have a large and varied stock, bought at right
prices, and think I can outmatch any store in Ocala.

Nn I.p .Tn filntA Prices

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co.. Fla.

Of Application for Tax De,-d U nde'r
Section S of Chapter 4,s8, Laws
of Florida
Notice is hereby giv-n rT:at WV. P.
Williamson. )purchaser of tax certifi-
cate No. 729. dated tib 7th day of Au-
gust. A. D. 1S99. has tiled said certifi-
cate in my office, and has made appli-
cation for tax deed 1o issue in accord-
ance with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty situated in Marion county. Flor-
ida, to-wit: Lot 3. Tilcomb's sub. sec-
tion 16. township 1:3. south, range 25.
east-10.49 acres. The said land be-
ing assessed at the date of the issu-
ance of such certificate in the name
of J. H. Merryday. Unless said cer-
tificate shall be redeemed according
to law, tax (deed will issue thereon on
the 21st d(lay of July. A. D. 1908.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the ISth d(lay of June, A. D.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion ('o.. Fla.
f-19 By H. B. Foy. Jr., D. C.

14th day of July. A. D. 1908.
Witness my official signature and
se(a! this the Sth day of June, A. D.
1',,%. S. T. SISTRUNK,
(Cl-r'k Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla.
6;-12w By H. B. Foy. Jr., D. C.

It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: Charles W.
White. The Consolidated Chititu Com-
pany, a corporation under the laws
of the state of Arizona. The Trave!-
lers' Insurance Company, a corpora
i- I U I.- .# *. .....tj^" -.7.....

-- ltion under the laws oi t1 t -e stti uc
NOTICE Connecticut, Mary K. Orr. be and they
are hereby require,,l to appear to the
Of Appl)lication for Tax Deed Under bill of complaint filed in this cause on
Section S of Chapter 4858, Laws or before Monday, the .;th day of July,
of Florida 190S.
Notice is hereby given that S. F. It is further ordered that a copy of
Rou, purchaser of tax certificate No. th-is order be published once a week
;d4. (ated the 4th (lay of June. A. D. for four consecutive weeks in the
1916. has filed said certificate in my Ocala Banner, a newspaper published
office, and has made application for in said county and state.
tax deed to issue in accordance with; This 211th day of May. 190tS
law. Said certificate embraces the i S. T. SISTRUNK.
following described property situated Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla.
in Marion county. Florida, to-wit: By H. B. Foy, Jr.. D. C.
North half of southeast quarter of 0. T. GREEN.
southeast quarter and southwest quar- Complainant's Solicitor. 5.-22.
ter of southeast quarter of southeast
quarter, section 27, township 12, NOTICE.
south, range 20, east-30 acres. The
said land being assessed at the date of In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
the issuance of such certificate in the dicial Circuit (of Florida. in and f)r
name of Henry T. Hall. Unless said Marion County-In Chancey.
certificate shall be redeemed accord- John R. Williams. Complainant. vs.
ing to law tax deed will Issue there- Charles W. White, et al.. Defend-
ants-Order for Constructive .Ser-
on on the 14th (lay of July, A. D. 1908. vice.
Witness my official signature and It is ordered that the defendants
seal this the Sth day of June, A. D. herein named, to-wit: James M. Smiti
19.'S S. T. SISTRUNK, and James 0. Johnson. be and they are
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla. hereby required to appear to the bill
C;-12 By H. B. Foy. Jr., D. C. of complaint in this cause on or before
.Monday, the 6th dlay of July. 190lS.

NNW VV V -%V |V C %4 1 -- -1 11 0 %P % % NOTICE it i tuner ,,u t1 lt L t',,py ui
^9 -thi__^s order be published once a we,*k
NOTICE for eight consecutive weeks in the
As there is so many of the same style of Dry Goods, Cloth. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi- Ocala Banner. a newspaper puhli.hi
ag, H ho an N n 7a h Application "Tax ,- n,, cial Circuit of Florida in and for Ma- in said county and state.
Of Appcation S f ('hatr ,T<,x I1l'aw rion County-n Chancery. This 28th (lay of April. 1<'.
ing, Hats, Shoes and Notions that have different values. Section s of Chapter s, Laws on County-Iniam Chainant, v. s T. ITRNK.
of Florida JoCharles. Willhite et alComplainant, v Clerk Circuit Court. Marion o.. la
Thcefoe cme oo an toch he rtcle, ten ou an Notice is hereby Lrivion that Heonry Charles W. White et al, Defend-
Therefore come look and touch the articles, then you can xoti* ants-Order for Constructive Ser- By H. B. F,,y, Jr. D. C,
Rickards, purchaser of tax certificate e r. T. GREEN.
.No. S5!i, Elated the -th day of Jun-,\ A ce
it is te ta the SlefendanAs. Complainant's S,,licit'r. 5-1.
test the real values we offer, .D 9.,, has 5 or.. day i nI,,Ai. t is ordered that the lefendan-s
D. 1,05. has file,1 sai, 'erificate in hei Cs NOTICE
mlly office, and ha's mlad' app ,^lic-ation h. ^ Carc,,, to-wit: Charles W . N T E
fo tfax deed tohissal,,in : rccolatc( 1White, The ('onsolidate(l Chititu Corn-
forwihtah law. bSaid crIiiicit'in orac's poany, a corporation under the laws ,f In the Circuit Court of 'he Fifth .Jid;-
1t ollowin^ desc-ribd l1 ;-1{erty sit- he state or' Arizona, The Traveller' cial irit of Flori.la. in an for
M n rthellWinnMarioneeDon Insurance()Conyi, a corporation un.- Marion County-In ,'han.,rv.
Men a d Wo ens Ro o ShoesDo Man -'lia. (ler the laws of th state of Connecti-Waler S Gats. ('nIainant l
wit: Nonr east quai' t rlorth11 \vt (,lt. .Ma IW K. "n', be arid they ate!. tie Gates, Defendant-Ordtr for
quartopr. s1,tion t,,n. ,I'll. townshilp hel Mr.o I al ,ar t b a the oll
i (' I #;) wil t;i 50I I tW t."' ('quirt )ap ear to the bonstrulctive S,,rvi..
ngo0 and Tar 'I,,,, e 2,; st.'h rw "., ,t'v-O ornlilaill nl tl in thi. causeon ,-r t isorer th ..
( 10 rhaoh rv::2,:) e sr. Th,.- l: >uil !.iintI f(o,,, .londa1. 1h. 1;th av of J1il ,l ri n.ao ,!.r i tl -ar r ,l ,.! , t..
Ths,-'''.l ;IT i11c t'. of ,ii f li' lt i ;; i' I i ". be and she is hr, by "'* ,ir r. ;,p. ap
regular $ 1. 0, R reduction Price $1.19 a pair.d 1 it tkuiCp. l]'os sai ('.?'ift aT,, ie Ii ,,si,'l. lt' lisflt (lice a w i'* th this ce sil o f(,' ,in 'iel :v l... the
il ',nk n o w n I. sa] i d(((!il~ l
}- selling', itfr'. 1.4 eom d a '(orIii1L- to I fu (Itl J' (!i( "tia ewe.eksoa t h]isrl day of o<.. A.M .l
Ladies ready to wear Hats selling all the season for $2.50 ill sn .. the (,ne, a ,U,,. plish'lh..
'I p It is further end'dre.d r h~a: a f',,*jy O)f
and $3.00 at half price, now $1.48 i\, -,ll-y t;f i.hlv. s- ig.na uire a in sd a 11aid ds.y n M taty.i c. h
__,,,, .... ,hl '221111 f!,(.VA [. This 2' h rt(ay ot, M ay-. 19(,S.
~S T ITR .S. T. SISTRU'NK. ,~ anr ,\-l:p. ~ih,
Men's Dress Hats, $2.50 and $3 00 now selling for $1 48. ':. ('iui ,, SISTRuN, ( ia. (Cou rt. Marion Co. F in said count an! rlh
('out-i M T< Men's and Boys Felt Hats all colors $1 50 now 98c. ,. GR E, TL (;n '. -
-~2 0.T.GEE.S. T. SISTRuNK.
NOTICE ('omplainants Solicitor. 5,-22. clerk Circuit Cor. Marion Co. a.
Ladies' Fancy Insertion Vest, regular 15 and 20c now NOTE EDWI N SPENCER
7 ;0l O" .\p,>lti<'-r i.P; o:(,: T;,x D -d(,.'l },i.r1-- 'D\ IN S E C R
9 cents. St>" ot' CSapr.'r l~a~' ; i : ,'rv1ir '.urt ''f th-Fifth Ju- ('omldainant's Solicitor. 5-29
cents. ______________, scti()n Is of cloal)t,,r La", ':1 r it ,', lr a th t-in Ju- or
of"Flo:-idaa *, al ircuit of Fh,rida in and fo)r-
,,, r 'U 'u ........bad. x- OT C

be received more than two-thirds of
the votes on the first ballot. At the I Bi ^ 1 U V k W

Norwic is hert-.yv ,iiv,-n that 1. XV.
Willis. ipurchaser of tax c-trrificaT's
Nos. 21;75. 26;7;. date D,'eniombr A.

A-L,1r-,,n ,,ur.;y-ln ,'hanc, ry. NOTICE
John I1. W illiam -s. I ,rnplainannt, v4.
iants- rl,: fW. r hitnstri.. Tiv.. Df..nd- Of Al)pI)Cation for Leav'- to Sll Mi-

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S- -

fil^ -*'

I It ic that n 1-hp



%- -_ .'.
1- .Is to make this, institution a material :::
:-- bonofit to the community, and an ati- ::
.: vantage. to every man andi woman-to :
y. o u in particular.
S\\ offer ,-very faviliy (-consij-Toent
with cons,-rvative bhankin l I i, o0'i!!
2I'sii lnoss Io acconmo'liat, the l-) tli..
-" invite you to join o'1 Zro\\in:
"lit of satisfied (cus'lomror-.

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Rollins College

College. Academy and Schools of Mu-i .-x;r_:.)n i' e \r. DO,,--
tic and Industrial Arts and Busin.,'-.
Carnegie Hall and third mrin's -, orn't.-y' n,'v g,..ng up: .locrjc lighn
steam and furnace heat: large faculty: p,,rf- t health C)onditi)nsf: finf gym-
nasium. athletic field: tennis courts. g',f i.nkg. baseball and basket ball
teams, champions of Florida this year. Nearly a quarter of a million dollars
endowment; expenses moderate: scholar.hip-, available Ch.ri-,ian. buti unde-
nominational; stands for




Next session begins October 7. F.,r caIa!,>gue, adire- t!l'; Preside:-z,

Wim. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D. Winter Park, Florida.






standard Makes of Plumbing Goods, Gas Engines. Pumps. Irrigating Plants.
Acetylene Gas Plants Sold and Install ed Complete. Estimates promptly sub-
iwtted on any Work In our line.

F.. Box No. 944



'Pho)e No. 370


Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers of Turpentine Stillk

and General Metal Workers.

Old Stills taken in exchange For new ones. Patching
through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
following works -.




0rio Hardware
irlo) Flurdwure



American Wire Fencing,
Sash, Doors and Blinds
Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,
Mill and Mining Supplies,
Turpentine Snpplies.
Improved Farming Toolsl


Marion Hardware Company


-- r v T4 Ir W- IM


i Always Considered the "Purest Covering"-Why It is "Cool-

er" Than Cotton.
\Vh\' i,. lin-:l"i -**,)oir than cotton l Herolotu.s nia;e statemont- that
\l-. is a hlinn shlt- or garnwi-t IS show that linen was as highly re-
S... nrrrii, t ,,io.h r t, - o..,m fo~r-a|b P ~ lt- t It n a V'

o':i'r ('ov -in=';" W\'hy i- Slin n,. asid'
i ro:i r"j- co vt t Say preferre, tto C ot-

That i" i- p:,,'.r,.I.i is undispited4.
But wh;l"'
T'h I niIo.: anit'int writers Tell us
ti;,t i, p ,,'opl,. f of rhliir tillie shared
tii,. p!'sf. l -' T-i.av p t,-' '^nt1 ore inell.
Ti,- vi-,, .\jpi!'-iis say->:
"('t in ;:t <> : c. iin1) '-"t wit i a
.-,ii>-' o! r',li %); M .Aii:-' tha a aii m n
- ii, jla- '!*- l lilit, i ai ;tf.ltq aiiil w ith
-ri 'nailv lV.-',rit'-, ot tl:o' 'I dis. sl do l
L[,.,i at h .ilai (.* ltt!1i 1ihlt I'.n a .'i
\ r;p 'h'-rn in a ; ilm'n cloth, the ihi'purest
('ovrinL ftlr *i ivine objects'? For wool,
h it, excreitoi ot the ,sluggish l)ody. ta-
1i'in troni a hioe). was iledomen i a )pr'O-
Sfan.- aitire ,even accortin.g to the ear-
] t-mnets ut Orpl)heus and Pythagoras.
Bu tflax. that clearest and best pro-
ductti)n )fto the filed, is used not only
I'or tb inner ani oiuter clothing of
trht, most holy priests of the Egyp-
lians. but al.,o for covering sacred ob-
Plutarch feil., us that the priests of
klis wore linen on account of its pur-
ity. and lie remarks how absurd and
inconsistent woulht have been their
conduct it thoy hadt carefully plucked
Ithe, hairs from their own bodies, and
et clothedl themselves in wool. which

is the hair of sheep. The same writer
al- o mentions the opinion of those
jwho thoum.rI that flax was used for
('Ifehing because the color of its l)los-
so)'i rt'sem'll)ed rhe etiherea blue.


SThe Washington corr'espondlent for
the Philalelphia North American, a
republican pap),'r. says: "Advantage
Taken ot a blind man. whose eyes
couldd not communicate to him that
the senator to whom he expected to
Iyie(ld the floor was not present, is the
Real basis of the Wall Street victory
I in the currency fight, upon which re-
publican leaders in both house are
p)luming themselves. Obsequious
newspaper declared very generally
throughout the country that Senator
Aldrich had out-generaled Senator ILa-
Follette. and that his clever tactics
,lestroped a filibuster which threaten-
ed to defeat all his plans. The truth
is that Senator Aldrich obtained a
vote because Senator Gore of Okla-
homa is blind, and Aldrich did not
hesitate to take advantage of that af-
fliction. This incident of the blind
man was a fitting climax to a fight in
which from the beginning Aldrich and
Cannon anti all the others who were
doing the bidding of Wall Street have
labored successfully to take advan-
tage of the mentally blind and men-
tally weak, in both houses, and to put
through a measure which in its oper-
ation is to give (o the giants of Wall
Street the power to further take ad-
vantage not only of the blind and the
halt, the lame and the impoverished

throughout the nation, but also of the
strong anti active andti public-spirited
as well. Before Senator Aldrich was
reduced to the final necessity of tak-
ing advantage of the blind senator
from Oklahoma, he and his trusty
agents in both houses had been work-

ing upon the fears and the ignorance
of men in both parties. 'If you want
to come back to congress, vote for a
currency bill. Defeat that measure
and there will be a panic before the


It is over. all over. and poor Stockton
is dead.
For there moves the procession, with
the preachers ahead:
Andl we hope the dear fellows, with
their troubles to drown.
Will now find those gallons which Gii-
chrisr ne'er found.

,main w)utndedi in an engageniment. he. Th shoiul know who hid them. they
says. has his torn limbs bltouiid up swear they were sent
'"Now. sup)losing that the pterstns .\IAl. a, l)reachters. .ou know. said
concerned hai their choice between what they meant.
Slinen as mniost suitab, fwor such a pI)ir- \When John wished to find them. and
l)poSO. Cotton. when applied to asked for the trurth..
Sounds. irritates them." They jokingly called him a brash. sil-
SThe cooling quality of linen as ly- youth.
' conmp)ared to co)ttonll is due to tlhe fact
that the strueturCe of t. flax fibre Bitt John wa-. in etart-ne,. perhaps
i makes linen a good conductor of hea', wantefi a drink:
Sand tie rthat treely condlense.s The a- Not a trop) would they show him-too
Sper it perspiration. NotwithstaniinM: bai. ion'tt you think?"
I t:t' filct that tli cooling quality of Such treatrm',tit was A-halnful. atnil
li:nii whein applied to wounds has whom nu1(t h,> thank"
1t,-en 'well known, it is (nly lately that N*ither Kinr. o, gs1- nor Bizhanm. but
I an absorbent linen sur.gzical dressing wise Mr. Blank
has been ipl)roiuiced, unter the name (f
"oxolint ." This is o ie of the byt)-p)rod,- John yet, being thir.-ty--till wanting
i neucts of the first American linen mills, a ,rintk-
established at North, Brookfieldi. Mass- Asked all the dear pre'achers to pon-
achsetts, and operating under a meth-i deri and think
oil of manufacture thar accomplish- And, show him those idemijohns-
ed ed in a few hours the work that re- which they never didi-
quires from eight to ten weeks by Though he promised to aidi them in
European methods of linen making. lifting the litd.
the "World Today" in an article on;
(this innovation says: Boggs, -,hrugging hi. shoulders, to
"The one reason why linen fibre Johnny rel)lied:
has never made in this country is "Don't tell me, dear Fontisee. my
that th.- European process would be brothers have lied:
impossibly expensive unless carried That liquor was sent here and must
out by labor of the very lowest cost. have been drank.
There is no labor in the United States For we three all heard it, directly
cheap enough for this l)urpose and for from Blank.
this reason Americans have been send
ling over $20,0O0.000 a year to Europe .And now that they're ('hilly andt seek-
for linen. Now mills have been I uilt ing a rest.
Sin Massachsetts to operate the Mudge! Let them find midst those gallons the
I process, and there is an assured mar- oldest and best:

ket for the millions of dollars worth
of flax straw that we have been burn-
ing upl for years, and a chance to get
linens for little if any more than the
present cost of fine cotton fabrics."


Chief Statistician Clark of th-. agri-
cultural department estimates that
the ninth successive good harvest is
practically assured to the American
farmer, and that the crops of 190S
will be worth nearly $8.t4)4,00,oo,,'0.
Eight billion dollars would pay the
net interest-bearing national debt.

to b



Their thirst let them slake, with Al-
bert to thank.
That those mellow old gallons were
sent "Care of Blank."

Holdi up ye pall bearers, hold utip with
that bier.
Le.t's taste of those gallons and give
Albert one cheer:
-For the old water-wagon, poor Stock-
ton misled:
AnI the people pronounce him polit-
S icallyv dean.

1 Signed)I

J. A. T.


? times over. Or it would pay the .. ......
national debt and leave enough ., -
national debt and leave enough President Blackman of Rollins Col-
)uy at par the stock of all the rail-ge has been notified by Dr. Pritchett.
T !ge has been notified by Dr. Pritchett,
ds in the country. It would nearly
t w l president of the Carnegie foundation
off the entire bonded debt of er-... ..
off the entire onedebt of ev- for the advancement of teaching, that
American railroad. At assessed
uAmica nt woalr oad.Atacreofa retiring grant has been voted by
nations it would buy every acre of the executive committee to Miss
d in New York City and replace ev- Frances E. Lord, for the past eleven
.... . . ,Frances E. Lord, for the past eleven
building in it, with a little rem-
n wt years professor of Latin at Rollins.
it over equalling the combined as- t o t in -
ed valuations of Chicago. New Or- Prof. Lord is the only teacher in Flor-
sed valuations of Chicago. New Or-
ns. St. Lois, Seattle an i San ida. and( is one of only half a dozen
ncisco u Sin the lower south to be thus honored.
1 She taught Greek in Vassar College
orn does not travel far from the f
for nine years and was professor of I
ce where it is raised, which is
ky. as there sare not radiroais Latin in Wellesley College for twenty-
a rnl one years, being also for a short time
nigh to carry it. A crop of 2.<00.- .,- ..
ugh to carry it. A crop of 2, 70.- acting president of the latter institu-
.000 bushels should load 2,521,000 o.
. ion .
ton cars, or 540.000 more freight
to tanrh, or are i th00mefont This action of the Carnegie founda-
s than there are in the country of
r sort. The freight cars of alltion is highly complimentary to Rol-
wsorld would not carry o ft wheat lins College. The only southern in-
corn. If there were cars enough stitutions on the "accepted list" of the
Corn. If there were cars enough .,,, i r
Si t eloa foundation are the Johns Hopkins Un-
I if the wh eat and corn w ere load- .. .. 1 .
Iifnto wto ars.dcornwereladiversity of Baltimore. the Randolph-
into :30-ton cars. forty to a train, ,, .
Macon Woman's College of Virginia.
I trains were run at two-mile inter- o O
and Tulane University of New Or-
s at n speed, including stops, of
St d i leans. Teachers in the state univer-
rty iniies an hour, night and day.
would take nearly six months for sites or in schools controlled by re-
ligious denominations are not pen-
procession to pass a reviewing n b t r foundation:
sioned by the Carnegie foundatio;
ndl. A bin built the size of a city fudto
ck. feet by 260.wouldnedtonor teachers in colleges which do not
ck. 6I,) feet b~y 200. would aped to ,., j i
ore six me hh maintain the highest standards of ad-
more than six miles hieZh To hold t
wa n i lo T h mission and of qualification.
s wheat and corn alone The hay i
St c Prof. Lord will be succeeded at Rol-
l cotton crops and the stupendou.s :
Sg d f t A h lins by B. Leigh Alexander. Mr. Al-
nual egg yield of the American hen i
in bulk and value really az- exander graduated from Westminster
r ii college e in 1904. as validictorian in a
4 '.class of 4:>. The following year hi
Here is little in these facts to jus-I
Pessimism. If there are rats i also graduated at Princeton Univer-
A pessimism. if there are rats in I B &
nation's granary it is the sit. and was appointed as Rhodes
Nation's granary it is the nation's . .. ,. .... .. .. .

A. Brown & Bro.
Wholesale Distributors, Ocala. Fl.

M. Fishel Says



cotton Cuslim or
ligbt weight). Sold
i. boxesof sixpeir
for $LOD.
Voit L~utus: Egyptian Cotton* six
pairsfor2.00. A a'uerami tic"t
w, pa r iigs



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There is not a more complete liquor store in Florida than ours,
and the excellent facilities for handling mail orders puts us in a
position to give our customers prompt attention. Our stock con-
sistsbf everything in the line of


Southern Queeq Rye

I a splendid whiskey, and we guarani
that nothing better at the price can be s
cured anywhere. We are confident that
trial order of these goods will be the lead
to future business, and we name t
following prices:

One Quart

S0 : : $1.00

Two Quarts : : : :

Four Quarts [express prepaid]


* 4.00

P Send for Our Mail Order Price List.

0. D. HOGAN, :

Ocala, Flo


(Pikly Ash. Pe c


]Pbv.oicfAm ns~deneP. P. P. as a splen -
did -.i'i, and prescribe it with
put -u"v'met-vf ou orthe cures of aml
ftruis and sages of PrInumay, Secondary
and Ttilary SyphUis. Syphlitic IRaeu-
ani= 8rrotulous ticers and Sores.
Shadular Swefliags. Rheumatim, EKid
mm '-Wlan old hrankcukers sthat


and Potsisium.)

POflMS AND "L' Tl .G7:3 ~


- I

~V;stcot OCnClrZ: T L!. c P.. Fz 7f, U.
fromn ovezrammi;ZPCS..z' z-
the w~e of 1-. 11..1r.
whoeeblood is in an impure coLdIit nolduo
to menstrua1l-reg':larlitier- are j't c ;ty
benefited by tho wondeeflil touic and

throw out with great force stinging


The first woman in Florida to make

application for admission to the bar

took the examination before the su-
lpreme coutirt last week.
Miss Mary Stewart is a daughter of
.udde Isaac S. Stewart of DeLand.
She appeared with a iunhber of other
apl)licants. riuder thle law passed at
thre last session of the legislature the
sst-m I of examination by circuit
juldges was .l)bolishel. and it is now
necessary for al)plicants to take a
written e'xalmination conducted by the
supreme court at Tallahassee. There
are T \WO examinations each year.
Those applying for admission at the
examination last week. which lasted
three days. were: (C. H. North. .lack-
sonville; A. D. MNeNi!, D)eland: Mary
Stewart. D(eI,.and: T. E. Mcllvaine.
Tampa: D. Stewart Giles. DeFuniak:
W. H. Jackson. Tampa; S. D. McGill.
Monticello; B. F. Camp, Jr., White


The Samson of Old Comp


Text: And Samson said, with
heaps with the jaw of an ass, have

Here is a character altogether uni-'
que. Tb-ere is no other like him in
biblical or profane history, ancien; or I
modern. He was for twenty years
one of the judges of Isral, and the
horror of his neighlmors. h" Phi l'-
Stines. He was physically r-lputitid to
be The strongest man th world has i
evr seon. and is ,o spok-n (of to this
day. But his was a peculiar :-trelngth.
It Was not sT'ord awayv in brawny I
l;(o f-s and whiIp-cordI iniiscls. but lay
hidden in his tlowin, l(oc;ks. and not
until h,- coniillni(catod th seCr'*t T(,) a
'woman was any onae abl to in watch him
in battle.
W hen. howxv e"r. w, ]o,,r ('i o.-.id
into the character f ihis wvondterfuli
man, we find that afte-r al! his _rear
I)ower was dute to his .--i'in aI, ratrht'r
than his physical natnit-re. le was
filled with the .-pirit or '!;- law. w-
iart told., wht-i 11h l)rok, th, c(or.',s
With which li(.e was ,oi lnli. aii .,,iz',
I )oI'o the i iI(coI)III ioi \'a;IX 1) i 'll ion-
d i i 'Ext an. sxv inuri of his
n iit-s li, i ,iis.' I};t:. a mn ro rn

ni. hi'was. !iA,! is t r i ia ^ To>
hfl ZI^ i'it within l.imi tN his o!piit.oce
,TO th w ill ,f (;,;d. "rt rihte .oi h,
Ju,:. his .<1 srengTh \v!'] n 1 he ;tas .-hi.'on
S):" iis locks was .-.iisliiy >,cail--.y' 1'
,li yedy d dolid in ]''lV-C Iinn hrlt, sh-
(r, ,f his strengTh and in tai i:i thi,
Trait'(ess., Delilah, t,) wif. \\'hen ho
iV w-inrT ourt to ,do tattl. ho w nt. not
ie-ncase.I in arimor anti armed w.vith the
iiirtl-.axte and, spear, like the knighrs
and warriors of old. bIut mIoro lik, tlhe
Rooseveltan style-with. his big slick.
only Samson. in the most notable bat-
tle of his life, hald the jaw-bone -.sini
nmortuis. Samson says it was a new
!one. but it was evidently not a live
lone. The man of our text lived! ,..es
*Iago. but I am told that we have some
modern Samsons, and the purpose of
this sermon is to draw the distinc-
tion between the Samson of old and
those of today. When Samson of old
went out to fight his enemies he met
them face to face. He used his jaw-
bone asini-this new, dry jaw-bone-
with all his might, backed up by the
spirit of the Lord. upon the physical
structure of his known enemies. The
modern Samsons are not that kind.
Their jaw-bones are not from the
skeleton asini mortuis, but are still on
pliant hinges hung, and are used, not
like a battle-axe, but as catapults and

soil 'foih; in the op( 'n fi' i. tltr rhe'se
lloietfl,'n SaD.o sho ( i ff hir j:l\v-
lion,- caf a ltIrt i- n ,jiii. .('*... and al-
\way- ili he ;{li -!i 'e 'e ('7 tr ,;s-. "'.v hose
r'-i)lt .t iols "i .' at:,,i i '. tIti a' r1
saniie T;nre, \ .i!tb "(o;-i,*" r,!',ah ;'rf" .... r

h() t' he-, ; *: 5i '1 ,)... ">."' ...
haive !'o:.-'aU';er n* u*.. h'ii *,*. .1 .~ ;i;l ..t

- ; 1:. .. n
wth" ,fm t' ll i'- r. '"i.) . i .;* a -

h :1. .

enrol" r i t :: <- ld~h :b'o a -m!f br-w.*
f rin th n cit), i n H -r+; w li+ ; :.! : h i k-.
m an: v hi' '. r(>n- hf oi \ oV' i, I h. la g n,. i ni r,

w i ro )T T; h ~; *- f) w.. as n) *! m l wr: *

and w-hePre- f.rom the pl pit in t h
dSun!I'V tscholt a. in t o
Sunda. o;ch'ol an d' in tho io no Bi"''"
Saw nsoa nds i (h- a. *, ro) T),,.-n !
h a v e rt*',e l ,,: k in ifr a r e wv ay o -
inl tile lnio,n'. H"i'e \wh+r," W*- ha' +, so
mlan'y chulr('he. \\'iih large, n'iiiil ,er~.
enrollIi, on1 ih,' hooks as mel nit+er' .
and whetr front th+e pnlpit, in rhe,
Sunday school andl in rhe- op,.n Bible




You Will Find a Coupon \'rappLd With Eaich Quar:

Bottle ot Our Whi,,kev.

Coupons We

Will Send

Express Poid

;<,w 0-o r', -;

P-ice for 4 qt. Bottles
O ne S t.. t '. . . . . . . $
Two S',.r Kye. .........
Three S'a Ry,. .. ........ .

TV T7 11 TC IA CI< I f 1 1* t t r)^ It I it I P. 1 I I I k1I\ NN ^Vf/: t- -, ItI
.. . .. . . .. ... r . . '" .. F o u r S ra r R e . .. . . . .
and pleasant it is for brethren ro dw oll ur StaRe.
i Fiw+ Star Rye ... ... ... .....
together in unity;" and "Love one an-1Fv Star Rye...
other as I have loved, you:" and "God !01d Mountain Corn ..........
is Love:' and "Faith, Hope,. Charity: Forsythe Square Rye. .........
these three, but the greatoe.t of these Sugar Valley Corn... ........
is Charity." (Love); and "Bear ve Harris L.evy & Co...........
one another's burdens, and so fulfill
the law of Christ:" and hlNndred-; of Duval Club Rye .............
other sacred truths of like effect. White Oak Tenn., WVhiskey....
there cannot be that any- of those Mellwood, Ky., Bourbon bot-
modern Samsons-jaw-bone catapult tpled in bond) ..............
shooters-are to be found. But I have
heard of them over in the moon. and Harris' Levy & Co's ot i.
in these days of wireless telegraphy Straight Bourbon... ..... ...
and te telephone, it is well for us all Harris Levy & Co's hot. in bond
to be on guard, and watch and pray Straight Rye............
lest we enter into temptation. Amen! Echo Spring... .............
Deep Springs, original T,-nn.
A FORT MYERS MYSTERY bottling......... ........

For several days past there have Lewis *;6 Ry. .......
been large numbers of fish seen floaT- V. Harper... ...... .....
ing in shore dead. Last Satinday a |Marcus Grand Old Mal"......
monster Jew fish ,Irifted! in and had Magnolia Gin..............
t he row away. Th .itizn e'Old ,scar Peoi-r R:.,.. f;
to he towo( iivayW1. Th- ('it izten,h-~ ~ I.., :

came alarmed in many ins!anet's, atnd,
it was a matter of won '!,er as ,to \what
was killing the fish. No apparent rea-
sonl comill be found, but some th oihIr
that the vwator had become p)Oisonod.
and dollbtless that is a acr. .
Pa1-ties cominU aip the river du-ing
the pas' few dlays have noticed in the
neighbhorhoo of Four Mile1+ Iland that
a streak of water ('overintg several I
acres seemed to) he coming from a ceir-
tain part of lhe river. An investiga-
tion showdI that there is oviientlv a i
spring in the channel that pours forth
this water, which is said to be of as
reddish color, something,. like clay. I,
as one man told the reporter. As to
whether ,r nrot thi< i, the cauIe ofd

Express Paid
Sgar Va;Iey rn., 4 fii ,.

We are

Express Paid
sol,. distritbutors.

By Returning Tv-Ilv e ,,t Tht.e


Ffl-U E*.

Express Collect

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2 ;, < Sugar V'a,- ( ,rn
4 Canton, Mar' land. R'. -
I> *ed. strai h. ', yetrs ,.,
2,1 n Silver Stream frlour'An.. .s'ani,
:{ ,, ,1 straJght.., y ar! j o'd
4 60) Iron ('hance-Ilor Rye. 2 .ramp
ed. straight. 7 ypars old
S Walker Rye. Lramp d. stratighbt
4.r 9 years old...
Poach and Honev. Rock ant
'.#10 Rye. Blackberry, 11 ,," to
Port. Sherry. Carawtba. Mic-
1 telle W in, I. 1 :.7-o to
Peach. Applo. Apricot, Banana
0 Brandy, from $1 ,,,, to
Magnolia Gin. !. 2. 4 ant ',
,.'.4 ** 5 t~r',. ".c to


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p..rr a~k 5

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*red With Some of Our

the jaw-bone of an afss. hL-aps upon
I slain a thousand men .Judlges

verbal bullets, not at thP bodies of
their enemies, but behi',t the backs
of Those whoml they mnieeot face to )face
with the smile and harind!-shake of a
friend. Th-y art not mol'.d to (:O This
by. rlh- spirit -of th- Lord. h t aie,
,'.,.'d and insri.ate( t by !,#- spirit of
tha t o0hr f..Ilow r iti not rhe mortal
life of their Tara-,.-T that Ti ,v wi-hh to;
kii or 'wo;,p.d. )uit the charactertr amil
20od n1iii(" rhi h-ar'. They are with-
er i1(,t11rat (f. o,! ',f'.I, retardless OC!
rhe ,'rr;th ,, I t"1., S'ak .iP ,.+iurean lines: i
"He \vho ster ,-s liy pu!rs,-.e .-teals fliasN .
bliit \vi) t;ih~ie niy goold nane takes
that vw-hi,'h nau'ihr ei nri(ches him. but
nIa!k<,s mle poo,' i n.'i -'.i Ienit Sani-

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the south like a blanket. In aiditicn
to its real merit, the fact that it is
d%1MdM*k-k rt.^ 4 tA- C.A11^ t j v"** -~f~~i-... l.^


ie Gilmor. tIos of a fine mne':!ng
hey h.ll Sunlay. May 7rh. with The

one uo r n- utueru t-uetrjri-+S- has forged its way into national 4ame in school." Essays w.re prepl)ared by
Is a matter of pride to southern e isses Mary Ha.vlv andi Mazi, Gil-
pie generally. The Red Rock Corn- more. ai ohr m ners cam wel -
miort-. aa~li oth-r nt,rl!,bIt~rS canie w vell, S
pany has not only had inquiries from prepared for an excellen proronam in
foreign countries, but orders have which th unr ai as i w- a
been received and filled during the union meeting
past few months. Orlando Pres :-terlan Endeoavors a
jUZE CFLAI FA ORY^. have a ,,)ppcial interest for )o'h home
Mode l- ":tl.i orei, n n mission V' -. ai ,l iTheyv '
--"a.son ill pa e su ti,)r i n-. a s tipi- t0, : Ci :i

cc il. : o' j ~ .*t 'ath
k :,:-na. (',Tna" .' \r'. ;! .\.
- .- ----' -----; (;arr,-T". A"-T,, -,C A,'It"-.. ,, ,.."+.. .., c
-:-:. -:-- ; t. .-nt V i( To -' it "k r -'1 i ;-
Model Factory ion. .X-I w ,I \\i'l
The Jac'r-sonvilhe F ,:' si w;a;. :. o0 (,a i i- a ,'," '.. i "

".slin:a i It' ,' : :- ': ) "ii*', iI:.-. """- ('' : \ ,\ L i

inl thi !'n.-1i- I'. -..: i. *! -'m~ ;.. i | I' r Cl:- : Ya'P V -.:.. t1*ch j
q;u*or..ai:n t a :i * ",.' *. : 1 : ; ; t ." .......a

.bu s'i, ---. c n ,.i .'",- :*"o -,,., ,- ". ToI:i'"
jix IK > _: "( -'-'" ;at -.aH I .' ,Ti t''. 4,' '" .. o t. h i. p '' t-
c.-an-t -. la ri ;.,,)-'-i l: "- i .' '"uip !t -i 2 r;. ^ 'l' 'i'l' it t ..t:V'' '' *' ..l ... to
q(Hli n?' !! pnl! i i '.-- southi. T. 2 : - "1- A. l .n ,. :) r;lo .i~n ,

tiv ie pox -r -. s-::pi li.'i bv a carge .ol- .Vo i P.opl e Ita. ile ri-
er and engin- Throui:ton th-ir can ('hristian Missinary So,'i'y. Y
plant is installed tte mosl mo,.ern M. C. A. Buiialin. ('in-innati di)o.
,illn ia i ;I o t T. R -in... ljri~~t1d01T O

equipment. One of "- n miost wo:,, ',i- Th. above aadt'ess !i- worth n.t h in, by
fu!il of these maciai.-s is one -,hici ('Chri-:ian church Ed,,-tav'ors.
places the labhls on the borul,,s. It Low railroad rat,-s have boen oh-
labels 3,6 bottles every minute. put- ta.nedi for the Astviile Conference ot
ting two labels on each one with a the Young People"s Missionary Move-
human-like accuracy and precision, ment. which is to be held at Baltimore
Another very- wonderful machine is N. C. July :'-12. and it will cost but
the one for washing bottles. All bot- little over one way fare. Weo hope
ties, new or old. are uniformly ster- many will go Intr-lachen. Florida.
ilized for ten minutes before pa-sing June. 1. 1901'.
through this washer, which thorough- GRACE A. TOWNSEND
ly washes them inside and out. and
then rinses before delivering to the THE DISTRICT CONFERENCE AT
operator. ____
The factory now has a ,capacity of. 1
,G ainesville. Fla.. Jun o 2 .->. 19 '),
five carloads a week ant enim!)loas a
force of thirty people. To the Editor Ocala Banner:
In addition to RED Ra C(K. the (coli- The District Confrenc., of th- M.
pany also manufactures HAGAN'S E. Church. South. convened li-h'r,' yts-
ROOT BEER. LEMO-IIME. and. oher trlay. the firs ssion l)ing, onl4 de-
high gradc' specialty be\, rage v ro T
\~~ t jioial. Have nt lel!arn,,d the nun PlI-
The retail tradl in Ocala an, s,-
roundingI territo)r is suIpllii'd ly1 th,' rof
popular ani prog:ssi, wb, at at t l t y l co,-
hopusarofnAiprowrn-..ittt es front the fli -elrch. aad B!oth-
house of Abe Brown & Br ^^^^ '( ) ^
house oAer Nixon. a former Ocala pastor., who
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NEWS is astor hero no seenedt.if)h ,ev-
,rxywhIora at once. ass gIin 1l,,ates
t 1 home' anwl rene ini old acquaint-
Thr ances. The O'cala dele'gate, and C. C.
lBanner for June rth. we particularly allci' a^Tlt,, O al I-.and c. .re
enjoyed. wre "'The, W\ine Cup." and, ,
i a ssi.:.' e,,, to 1 ^,' F Kiq 't lI t,),. a th e
the beautiful pa)emn>. "To A Mocking .
.. .... .... .. iesTs of H )on. T. \V. .Sh:tii.i-.

Bird- and '"Our )Obiies io n- .
Augustine. 'e, should I think Ocala
jteople wolli(i esl,.cially like lthe tirst
plom because it was w liitn lby Rev.
C. C. Carroll. their Baptist minister.
Far Inn, ii1th the senior Chris!iau1

Ali,'ost th' tIrst per-A,1o \\N' IM-t on
the stre; w yas PProf. \Workmau onl his
way to tlie Hih S hI'ar Dr. Andlrew Siedji ltct'ur, on
"The Relation of the Public School to


Tha:'s Henry \Watterson's cry. and
h'- Floridla delegation will soon be
peedlitng westward.
.iamos E. Alexanler will head the
[olegation, and will be placed on the
.omina'ing committee, and will urge
National Loo,)d road-s plank.
One of the imo:t I))popular delegates
,lect-,,i i- Frank 1_. Mayes of Pensa-
'ola. ,who it is .-aii will !)- placed on
hi- nit)iiieation committee. It is said
:'.1t.' th younlgst d,'l2ae at D.-nvor
\tii'i ,. a Flori'iian. It is .1. T. (G. Ci'aw-
;:'d ,t P''-,s.-ac ';a. \l) wa tIs eicteld as
] "'. >,,, .i.-l'a.,'a in u1'' thir',d di-trict
, n.m1vrl :.<',' mllajo!'ity. \1| is only
" .* ii' ;- -;]1''ir :" y,';i;'.s o); i) ,'1, itn'lt is a
--'1. ;); I }. ( ";.v ('Il.'dV ^"'';', M11 a.

, '. ',i:"V!a ii' ." .1w :.ln -t .li
r (">:'; .; i :>';>.i' na :*-.} ^ it i

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S;iraInac l.ak\. N. Y.. .June I.-. 191S.
To th.e Ediior Ocala Banner:
l),,rhals the farmers of Marion
countlx \'ou, i like to know some-
thingz about how the crops are look-
ing in Northern New York. while they
1 -3 -- T^

ire pretty severely dried" tip in krio-
da. or at least they were until the
rains bean. The oats are only two
or three inches high at present, but
give promise of a good crop. as the
weather has been favorable. Some of
lhe most enterprising farmers have
Irish potatoes nearly ready for table
use. Peas. beans, corn and all kinds
)tof garden truck are doing well. Judg-
in- from my own observation, the ap-
p)h crop will be excellent this year.
Yours truly.

1I i. generally admitted that the
corpiorrition crowd played a shrewd
game tof politics in the recent bout.
A practical demonstration of the
harmtful influence of the Times-U'nion
in politics was made manifest during
the last round in the battle of ballots.
The T.-'. was told to hold up in its
att ack on :)rowarnl. and the result
wo ltl hI beneficial to Fletc'her. There.
OUl ha\,e it.
"If ou can't help me. dear Lord.
,ion't hllp ithe bear" is the way the
old story goes. So if \you can't help)
th\o t i a- n |J)I I t ) 1- .-I; vtI h 11 T ill'--M t1

SIPastor of the first Christian Endeavor WEEP FOR THE EDITOR
S e Of M e s ocietv to which we belonged, whilst -
Sf as o VA A Mrs. 0. D. Wetherell. of Tampa, who Very few people who read the daily
ma.l,- an address on Home Missions papers realize, the ceaseless toil re-
IW n !i" '"h conference, was state Christian quire d O k' ep thbe paper up to the
Lo O uart r d ~Endeavor Junior superintendent when stai.arl anId to satiate that never
Low Quarof tredpublic fr
the present secretary commenced her ceas.ng appetite of the public for
worrk nearly eight yvars ago,). news. Day in and day out the editor
SH O J The two small l)u; indIu.trious so- and1 his assistants labor unceasingly
SH O ES I (i-t; *s at South Lake Weir had a I to fill the pages with matter that will
Large, or we might well say, entire !,'p se the readers and what little
2.50 Shoes at.. ........... .ha.:- in the good Chilr,:n's Day ex- '!,anks or mniontary returns are corn-1
*.t -"'ei,.s a. ';. r ,no>n. (!r. "h last Siin- inu illn only th- make-rs of the news-
$0 Sa ,pa....., k, .v.- Thl, ciy. small or largo
3.0 5hoe at .. .h.a .. ... ...... $2.50! PF ,m 'Th I,;.an i S1','im n '" i- l11 .- :i ,, .,1 ,ai:. l.aper is blessed
j-:,;>i l : ,t)\i1i""" l:-' v- i' -. Con- !A i : : r:tiona -. aL.ccordt-d t:ie
$3.50 Shoes at ....... .. ... ..$ .75; .... ::'.. ah,-. Eaa, ..: *.' .t ,e-i- ,' :"I ... T. ciy e hun'ire
'i-n:. who i-s aso al ; a('i\ w.:.l'. :' i' Itoil i
In Tans and Biazks ,'l.VPrestl,:-'rian -oci,.\ in D,, 1,n.:. Th" r i in o)rrov- an I ;|
MNI Maryv Stnvwa:, L"-, ; in j .." <.a.-; i'"" a I ,iv r i'V .11,'
...... 2- -10 ( V k.. B t n [" :; "** ,!,("> '.-- !h* ;. il t-'('":
FISHE S l......'t for'"
S'A., a3 i I n ); a I.'"1. .*.' ".i P."'y'''. ";p ,:i :':i .*' .- \\\1.') i- i' 's .;')o i 'tS"D rtjr '
1iS TTT"'d. i- 'o .-xili-ct ', p!rac-:1 ,` .,'i2 a !,, of T>' ialy visi+or in-T
REDUCTION i*"" "" II"')
RELPJI Jl' iL,^ Jiv N^\l >i< the co);rT's lul xv.ii' efltCr i iu y,')UI hoie.-
":i .ft". of S wa and Ivy as a The ,,iiwo:- r 1i: ot suIo0,' d to f.ave
SALE, |r ,h-' o: ,hat nr:.. Si^1 has the itay ,,-,,--ory t,)y .-or:.ow -or voxarions of'
':-"inc-i i o '- ai':'r i -s cT.s.1i and
,; iI c' i.11 0" ;Z ,i, ) 1 11,11 l httl '{ ito am!ian,]
law .r in F'.ri,.a. TaienTei, as shiet di-- sse'i a; \;ill. t 1, t It lh.it same
RED ROCK FACTORY is .M:-s S',-Va:'T wvii :al, a r*-at rec- paper susni Opl)('rawions and there is
or.i illn h11 le-gal wor:!.!. up)on whieh nothing that will fill the aching void.
tha .-l ,n:f.,s v. ith gr,'at enthi.siasmni. It is your home I)aper that makes
Red Rock Ginger Ale so He. r many. fni- in D.Ianl and else- your city whai it is an4 by that same
known that commendation is unneeo.- wiipr' .wish h'-r a ,,ceesstful caree-r." )ai)er your own t)roslperity is judged.
sary. Its reputation ha-. spread over Our Gilmor-. sec.-:''a. Mi,.-s Ma- -Orlando Str-ReportPr.


are daily arriving to assist us in making this Sale long tolbe

remembered and spoken of with pleasure.

The Globe's Confession Sale is like a Gentlemen's hunting


Our stock for Men is upset, and

we have upset

prices for Men's Suits, Pants, Hats, Dress Shirts, Underwear

and Brown's Shoes.

Below we give a few prices for the benefit of our Lady pat-

rons, to interest them.

Ladlit-s l\w ,iu art-r i: mtan. patent lea-
ther, gun mnittals. withl military hels., i I 4
to 5. strap bi,>,s. :.ic ant i c,,itihiniatin
buttons, at ,onlV ., R. .,:,n',er tC.:
price, only

Enibroideties. e, i Qi in.,ernf',r. ,ur
entire line at sale price. from
4c up

Ladies' lawn skirts in white, a regular
$1.25 seller at only

Boys' knee pants for the summer in
Washable linens at only from
14c up

Children's romper suits, the very kind
for boys to romp in. at

Men's Night Lan)ps
The regular '25 and 35 cent sellers at

King's Shoes.
King's $4 and $5 slices, a few pair left.
If your size is in stock, it is yours at only

Gillet safety razor, a tew left. The reg-
ular $5 kind at this sale only


One lot of
at only

children',- barefoot sandals


Hots Hots.
A P B'I" H. % 't '*. h i? ii1- ! in l!la; .k. r:ill a'l', h-,li.o T pI,.arl. in Foio-
ra- am:f A ii':n<'- ,nnl l,,li -11, -a , ,hil

Pants Pants.
p' p air of iu'n'- jant. go,<,,i values%
frin '..S up t) -' '%. at tlli s al. from
$1.49 to $1.98

Belts Belts.
be llts marked at this sal 39e,. re-
(lueed from 5,' aanl 75c. To close this lot
your choice at .5c

To our country friends and customers.
Plow shoes in buckle and lace. a $1.59
value at this sale

Ladies' Hose
'1' dozen open work ladies black hose.
the 25c kin I at o)nlyl lc

\VWe have a few inmr- of Mr. Sligman's
stock of gentleman's hats. The Howard
3 hat. while they last. at onlyI

%traw hats for gentlemen or Mr. Selig-
nian's stock. The $.:; values, a few in
stock at

Straw hats for children, the I'c kind
at onlv

Confession Sate



The Glob'es Sale is still in full blast and Mighty Bargains

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are daily placed before our customers and the public.





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ivpa is to succeed and supersede
b IuekxovlUle and Savannah as the lum-
: export point for Florida and d
Oputh Georgia.
-Today Tampa exports less than
IJlO,('MW feet of lumber every month,*
Cerll d c Arth-ur Hardaker, General
manager of the Tanila-Havanna l.ui- 3
SCompany.. to a News represenfa- 1 1

IIolf-e on,, may ,.w,.l in. in Taimpa. i: ^
1 e onstructeei Tro i t11<' r ,flls (i ^ ~
love Floritda mills. iwit hin period of six b I
moths this city oiin will heshipingr -

pirevail1. Tamla w~ill't^ thpport o1f ^
xprt4 and l-o ferade of lumbi.r us, P

Believes in Future ~"
]ur. ardkoisgratbeli vern'i,,1" A Carload of COW PEAS Just Arrived
mthr. Heausit is the man who b.has Ion-
oY.t to attract Florida lumbfo r con tral

eesu to Tampa and nmke this place ^"_ ^ ^ <
o fr WhsolesaleSoc Grcesc
the lumber port ratheion fir than Jacksoniir '
floridae, and he is succeeding in this f-

'ot, withtheprospet that, within six of--1 1.4-o 'o" s T oa te r F llGocers
bowe one mnay du-,l in. in Tamp~a. i*dom.

s const ructed irol the roa eusd(leas -
Skuth Florida mills. Vi th in si x ON
Month he lam-s concin ion willotho-

prevail. Tahe concerns to ship timber -
xporta and divert theof lumber ustrade

-p Jaksonville. s
These foureconeerns are backed by |- R oya Sea O ats in^^ tw pound^
n this c iity.ye- cpin l han- tw 7 P
iach imnproagetergdd.C

Bincidentaleves will mean the pour-

taf of the great quantities of money ^ -__ _--^ ___ _^__
teto the .South. Florida metropolis. ^"---
In Conference ...
Mr. Hardaker istoday has belien in con- C ar
the future of Tampa as a Ilumber cmt- dwA C rod o COW PEAS( utArie

tre. He is with emissaries of an who has one of h -
st to attract Flo rida lumber concerns and -
Shas to Tampa and make with reprisenta- ceeO tm
S lumber of other largther thaconcerns. It i Also a Fu ll Stock of
de, and large is succeeding in this eff- hw ovr .,m- e
Tmpa by him with in the prospect thatwithin six 40
m ths, he will hat representedatlives from K e l lon Un ment int of 1
two other companirgest concerns intheduee, S IPhtT oOI i m
stte, these concerns to ship timber ~m YZ

to make the trip to Tampa and divert the lumbertrade '
These four concerns are backed by
practically unlimited capital and in ~
the way of warfage. stevedoring andiRy lS alOt n t

I of the prospect quawantitinges of money i -
Ito the Sould they decFloride to make Taropolis. -
In Conference l-

Mr. Hardaker today the wheel in this work.n-
la nce with i n the next few das f the r o-

rest Florida lumber concerns. and P

N ioout the same time the News will an- ieun
be has appointments with representa- dwN wi h iet u orso
loves of other larger concerns. It is do...
Viebable that representatives of a see-ition4

Imd large decision of one shown over more ofi We have just recev
Tampa by him within the next ten
days, and that representative., from dpbm- cnin etof
two other companies will be inducoldPOcosinmn

I make the trips to Tamake Tmpa the

eof Genr shipments in place Ta 1-
pa-Haeanna umeir Cma has put AE
sui ofnhiqplantandlabortin talsi

Ji- onUll-AN U. F EvCEnin NEXTs.D

I am very grateful to the people of N
Marion county for their liberal sup- CANDI E
port at the first and second primarieo -- po
mad sineerly hope that m- conducT ;is S-
your ser-an? in the United States sen- o
y~~~~~rp Wr~.i h .t ,~s.n^\e have a large and assorted stock of Penn adea
ate may prove me worthy of your pasT pp- "
suffrage and entitled to your f-i, 01 t'c a t S Depart1
con idence. When I announced 1 u ~o'
adenacandidate fo ,he.,nd .o,.. pails Stick and the Southern Departm ent Candy, all o
se-lf a candidate for The Vlnil*et i:' p al I '
senate. I was not unmindful of th''-
great task That I Lad assumed. :'n'l 911-
Sro the result ,,f the r,,.,ar,, hd we offer at attractive prices Be sure and include
I tno ihe results ofth tl< pimary he1<,! ^
op the Ir.th of this month. I a;n more ______1_
than thankful for the re oa sm all lot in the next order you send in.
won. When I t ZTo \Vashinzton an, -!
i s lume the d.ities oi this t,'mor-,.,e
trust., it will be, my only (lrphl, Tl-.
serve the whol people f-(i h it !:tt o of
S Florida sincerely, honestly. .n,! to
the very besv i of my ability. anI! \ -in |-
+ k, ,ty- hope thai the lit-olde ol, thisI nF edW
I state will co-operate with me1o ratheIFrIFWH
cerely^ ;^^^^ hop that the. peole f 1t
than criticism. anld thereliby enable mni '
toserhvemenfor h-- Purina, Shorts, Bran, C ,S Meal. Scratch Feed, Wheat: n
erachiev'ements for th., -oo,! of ibh o -
country. -
Again thankinmz Y':n 1k yf anc in -i G
wishes. I a., a full and complete stock of fancv an sta e ro


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la: Fla.


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so 30 pound

if which

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fact we have
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