The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00489
 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: July 3, 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: UF00048734:00489
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Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

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I~s FLUT 1. TJ NSANDh VAtST '( fE it"N S'-."COWPER.












Local and Personal

Visitors say that Ocala is the -navl-
piesf't little cuiiv in -he interior.

The -~goo~l Id -summrer Tme- ha<
not put a stop lo h*.- h~iidinz b14.oIl
in Ocala.

Our str&et'. esloiizqi.1~'
IV yesttr-day. I- *'-ills iItrt-a,!y to
look like I tht. foi-m 11 was hhere.

Thu BostIu S ''e' 1l'The o o
hadl a fill! I-1,1of 1i T-t 'l*rd12-
Quit*- a no ~~ l %hobpprs '%von-in'
fromi 2 "1 ; c,1l~ll', \
No 0f a "',ily .W; Ih(111 Th
ha~cius leM*ia 10,je. Tlin v ar*-
It p antiof tine, k-A I v .- \v Y o

M~r Ceorgtl K 1,41iIha L.! a
beautiful I-laflm", iale, liv AIblerman
(O~tes. N\-,mu.ill, 1 a -dhat ho wili
u~.it on T he Si'voi Sprinzs- run.

'NeParly one-fourth oft thi'polb11illatOll
of Ocala are swvlkimi e ,ueto
and quiet on The IH'3.itit uI -'Alor4- o

Mr. Richey has heard i'om a li
In Texas who says that bhsiet"
llds. tings along otht r lin-'s
running bard out there.


Mr. James Broxek. s.. hokk,.n,* oti
^|e First National Hank ,i Taon*. is.
"t home in this cit\ n irsini ; \%-\Y

Mr. E. \W Davis has r.'n,',! a h,, '-1'.
boat, and with hi t amil 'v ill ; ,
several months in th gulf off ,'-
tal Rivcr. H, anl, his family an i.-i-
pate a most delightful tim'.

Mrs. Ion F'arrmis an l on.. Jr .,ik-
aonvill' are visiting Mrs. Fari-'- }-
moe ts. Mr. and Mrs. .1. l.il'',1l. ot
|8atOA. Theyv wer, \isitin, in cala

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Nix ain, lille
daughter of Kendtrick wert in yvtstr-
day afternoon to welcome ihcir new
daughter. Mrs. Edward Nix. \vos.s
marriage is not-l t ,sewhere.

Since the eclipse, ihth weather has
M < decidedly cooler. If the
nmap ha, danvthinim to do with the

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How Independence Day Was Celebrated in Ocala

Thirty-Three Years Ago ,, From the 1875 Files

of The Ocaia Banncr




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The Munroe & Chon)bliss BOug


Stands for the building up of this section in general, and it's
patrons in particular: for rea! service not overloaded with self-
ishness: for help in times of legitimate need.
Small depositors and small borrowers welcomed.


Asl:~ -& ki~r ~--~- tlo~2'O iCALA.
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who ttiok- hoer anda I .nI .-.i n i .It !i.
reins (if I'ow--tr with a 411i l nl
gract, which plainly bs;ket tt-it sh-
would uzt- the sct-ptrr with a gtentl-'
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sweet and uije'it tg in the-ir 1,tw th it
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eveytinginOwl)li!,sfilIsi'* 1ho.n
were e43n4141('t-ol to their r'-s. I
seats the- three# maids or horior. "di
we~r" to ilSsil-4 hor royal person it he-r
rf- i~zn i ar tz~ hi-;g:i v sao 5 fl)[
it) iv: Xi- FlPh r-n'e. Will iams~. ti- .
niahid (f honor: b) ~ .,,it Wilae .-

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who was izit ing rs-lativ#,s at Lxra-
vile,- in Su'vann-'e comit,. wai.-;crit-
ically .~ill. aral his s.'mewaz4 .-xlpect-
#-d at alyilleimelit. Atiolther tel"143 am
Va.s8 ri-cool 'v ~ etertlaf'terrE)on saY-
ini. that he was ue~
Til. *- e eeIhall tbeen sif. 'oringc
froll! t ubs n i~istor :4oline I ,.' -and

~iin a ItwinklphC adi Thom n ie'4!flng hack :':r x;. 4n1.t2n
'to tho he-ad of 1hi-Ii.tand readyv tor r
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In the Circiit Court of th, Fifth Judli-
cial ('ircuit of Florida. In andt for
'1arion County-In Chancery.
Jo',ln It. XWilliamns. ComaniplainanT. vs
arle V. \W. hire, ,t .l. D fen,t-
ants-- )'-der for Constructive Se--
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 Travel-
lers' Insurance Company. a corpora-
tion under the laws of the state of
Connecticut. Mary K. Orr. be and they
are hereby required to appear to the
bill of complaint filed in this cause on
or before Monday, the 6th day of July,
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Banner. a newspaper published
in said county and state.


ILtho Cu-cult 1' o'r Kthw*- iflh -J,:,4:-
oial C ircuitr o,'FPn ri i a. in an-i for
Mi'%A ion ion t \--; n n.i ce ry.


Of A-ppation for Tax D i nrI
Of pi,-. i,,n for Tax D- t Inl'r

Soc-Kill -% o (ilat"F : '

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Our news this week is to be all There ar, no ,lays like oi.r childh'))d .. w .
about the work of tb. chilre inthe ,(aS. a TO BE FLORIDA'S COMING FOOD CROP
Cristian Endeavor service. -n" ". h l .1 things wer i altiful:
eem fs fitting to r .r ewith a. .'here human kin d! w,,r, l,;r of 'ir.
seems fli ing to (..mnwI( withil Iax .\ndt l -' ali' ,tf,,dS w,,-r,- U:'i'-i

message written for this article h. fill. Th-' Opunria. or thornle.s cactus, as secured eight kinds of partly tiaorn-
our state Ju,_or st.perint n -it ."%.rs .R fore iv ,," "--or, li t z,7'_"
HOUr staWBre .iof (;aiesille) snca. i, mail',"rilin.pa -ion. a f)4,i cr3;) for S'thern Floritda and Nonts fooi Sicily. Italy. Fran l- atnd
H'*ar E aorev flT .1 u- I lAnt hot!I *hal' ^ m-a1i ,. dart-K ia an sab! fact. Thia North Africa. h'- si les a collect Tion of
Weansr t ndeat re. -et ,* ( p oolk Mexican wild th.orny ones which
nen that we ea, rtmcheod the, en,, .1 .... ,,. ti tr.n. ,a-lid.; 'qlt lf,,, also kno~xn as the er in th "O~f~lel gr
of the first quarter ( f Thl, Christian A s... .. ,., .. -t food ao I we ill te ovprneilt i reen ho)s-
Endeavor year. Th- uarerly rit.report i S i neless OpnItia. is thi greatest a ,ahe time. t eides thee. som
blanks have been sew1 oul to tohe Thdis- )) ar,-h',f. I I. discovery of ilant life of this or any wild ohardya species were secure in

their turn hae se hirl cal Again"t tW(world I". str:ik* :ioh-r age. tho product of a ingle Maine. luwa. (Coiorado. Calioria.
societies. Wo inij:itient' ixait the As lovely% Iv.on and (elin o0 a f Ariz ina. New Ioxico. Dalota. Toxas
time for reports to con1e in. and from the-'. kiu-t c'a-r ani ., off
"The work accomplished thi. week tnh o .I I I F"orIidi Th .P.. .. .. " ch, r,
was in writing l--tters to) th- district Th' ,r tr ichina-.;,hc., wl known ar e.. re deti. an o;n rn );n-
secret 'ties. asking that they try to .IiBs..-.. a. -,lorn o -,..e-ion, ,, -O t-- .
,get tl.,'ir ,'o i People- S ,ci i'L-t to I i '-, all s pi)ori, anad; each rganize a Junior, for hiren T ak a niultiplicaT and uni- valelsen, were I11:,Ji.-?ii, Ul P1 c,
el~ ( r an z( a ll " ',. ) _" "" I r i) in. a~s .- l1 lltil)lica t ln and un t- x p. s l+ i,4 11411'
natura'lv like *) do things an i, a i ... ri .. .. .. vth at car and rh. k ha- s
soc4 e:v of their own- have plenty of So:." -:h",(Iat Ta I .... d- er tI a(t :lA)), ),l,, ,'t o -o di O1 ofll Wi I c-
Opportunity for training in all ol ft.h ili 1 ,ar. ara, )o-rssedlthat n)ow t iht iiprov,
different departments from president fl i he o ld. richl Opuntia O-t; on(1 + of ,ill)st IIllort)'ail
down the full list of committees to ,w I),v.- a"" il t k tir n'b,l,,. .f'!-!'s" sOil, ar- place in a (lass tar aheadl to"0 prodt, ert of t ii ae. In lli n
the smallest Junior. Of n l )t) t r.. a ohe Inles o t geat ca- stok sr- vV whe know wdl
Ii,.l< The rass ws piasn' t tfttockaisr ery whereknow
W e h o p e t h a t t h e a p p e a l f o r f ,i 1ia ost,.,. r...o, ,
fm thoe state irtAg!ro-r. \I. hare feet is tainily. ot)Oh as forage plants and(ltllhat it Imeans a linew\ agriclliiral -ra
Conlhing. will he responded to.w ith- T. at il..- th- i lau.hint tIiih...-thr r lihiost attractive. wholesome for whole continen:s. So.- oii 'er
out delavy. The state due. for each .Thi -iociK i 1" *t "" aditl IS tl dicious fruits which arejwill say. 1\'il i )a,"" Do. at.'i ..
n .or .i 12 "en j year. O ny.- ; ,aw n .D (-"". i
Junior is 12 cents petr ye0ar. On)wvy .. aw., ., i. .. ., p'od.ll 1l albundaantly andl withoi,,t failpay? So;!,, ;'opl^ .--'.i: ,, rhin :hat
cents is asked for now and tile r-e\- OfT I ], 1 : I ' i- ,i lh .' (l:t'la dy. t" pha t
,V%-; ,n It"" (( fa), ,. rl ,y.v co;to nl, rilc .
m a in dle-r to b e p)a id n S e lit ,t ,'r. if -O r .. .. .11- : "P a, h ,.as o i T h t-s.. fru its. w h ic h a re c O . "I
possible. By the children sharing i s ill ei fle on *ha difi.Ir.fnl species az:i 'a- in:O'; *I f V portroo- flay
the expenses of state work they will : "- " .' ri i-., \ary in size from that ct a !How ma, ns ,f hay. I.,.,s oi pta-
feel a keener interest in it. and mnoreI. r l pa not to t.e iz e of a h ,' e to e, (a "i-' .a h a )n :i
.r.. ... ....tr-. de ve hlo a aro Tl lito tl!e tize ot a I, 11e toe," )+I.+' aised]" ""') ...... ..
fully and surel% Aoyi p develop l h-aV' rie1!9e t4.- al ) a- a ti-a-) n a
spirit. s-uel. elo a -nnania, an, in colors of crimson, acre of ,.o)d soil? Byv e.- a! w.ighr
"With best wishes for all who are+ The lo'.. that moth.-r av- us. scarlet. yellow and white. andl la-e and test ...in 1 slnr" of l'.t;. in lI1h
working with and for the children andl Sote proe .nfaithfl mn w iore various attractive flavors than Scoas (.irt;;lte of Sono na c.iunrn-. jal-
asking your co-operation in our ser-t ..tIe ar v u snaly found in lost other ifornia. ,i htav, fnla.kn a otl*- soil.
.. .t_.. _. Foi~~!r,) that proi'o~ l!, atrr:. l(.,a--y founlinlnios t ther ifo "
-ice for the Florida union.Fl o i f o t i nia. ht-a la k. adobt -; 1.
S'MRS. W. H. BRUCE. u: fruits, except l)perhaps the apple and generally thought whl'.y unsiiied for
"State .Junnior Supr wo' think and itream of dlear. hal)p- the pear: some plants hearingg one cactus, the new Opuntias pro l ice,
Mr.Brc set.atwekatI- i s.
Mrs. Bruce spent last week at In- Pe tl es-. crop), others two or more each season. the first year i .-ix month-i from sin-
terlachen. at the home of the state Andour hke the figs-the first or main crop ri-! ge rooted laves plane, alot .Jim.
secretary. During her visit a little eri
out-door social for the uniors was Preciois "moth-r d as 1 bring pening as the second collmes into bloom 1 an average of 47 1-2 pounIs per
given, which was an all-round goodl soothing gleams,, on the same plants. There is no waste plant on onie-fortr h of an acr', ieLi-
time. Mrs. Bruce attended the moeet- Of heavenly love "up yonder" in OpIntias. from root to tip they are ing at the ,li-tance )ianle. 42 I-" :o
. .'.", - N O 1 \T.X, .. i n" . r m r o t t i h o r l n a l l i t n 1 .a. _-
ing. having the topic. "Chinese Cil- MAGNOLIA practically all food and ,rink, and 5, feet a: rh,- rate of !V,) ,, )ii-nt
dren.- and told the Interlachen chil- FOR SALE--2' acr,- latn )eI: P greatly relisb-l by al hdrbivoroiis a n over ni:et ton of tf,)o:'_. ', ;I ,
dren of the orphan in China whom the ') "va h ,
Gainesville Juniors are working" andi anti pnl lins 1 ab.o-,4 Iilwt s t!' lr st;i- animals, from a canary bird to a-i el- In -',)lutries where ,tea: inil.' ,-
praying for. i ,10I1n Also about l"2 ; re (if imnlt' ei han. Th.se tlants have )een s,- : !valuao stoc-k at In,-, it tim,.-- o 1;,,-
The Tavar-s society is doing goo d pined in la nd. it a, ..a. r'l fr )hi. ictio n of M .e'xico s ai ,reth t ni, v -. ()l ;:.r',-
.. . -" b u i~ ln e s R e oa .s o n I f o r ,,srl' .li : c u e l tr o l a llo f N ,.x o- o
work, says their sutierintonvdent. NY _Ss
" t" eir ..... s to) astolt to it. Inquire T M.1 liddeliol l from (>, nii and Sou)llh AImerica. "ro!i will bI ,1 in.i,-tic.aih va,- i ;al l,' \ ;x
Cora L. Peet. i
In the Congre* tio.a.. church of St. S lto F H -:,-: Noi,, aItitl lSouth Africa. A is-l li' a. tloo x ,,hoit' !).,' "rov., of '%:I;r ':-
in in ( ng .:i tion a "(' .f ...
Petersburg the gradi ateJl .1unior-: Japan. a-iwaxaiian and South Set Is- 11:> ; :i. tirlo)l ri'i or or form the church choir. and o, i'r cort TiE, i ti.t n- tVe pals, a (- aii' l)- j lands. The Unite ,i Stati- al ricui!t'- '.- n on -. *., .' i '.. t'i: -''"'I-. :: '
respondent writes: "Oui cho"r g" L ery "(- f"- : ." nd n t' iii of iI "l-At , "."ashingto .e .". +h..-- : i : ... ;- -
looks like a .t.oower. :i-.wln tlese M,. asp "law sho,.. we hrI, ". par-. ni r, a.i. ...Dai Fairc-hil. al"i.
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It is ordered that the defendlants :1,11 -:.: .. ,.-' :, r
herein namIed,. to-wit: .lanmes M. Smith .I 11 M er\ '. I ,- a, .- .
and .JanTes 0. Johnson. Ie andt they ,.:.C;. h,,l .-, :* *'- --.. o.. a ..
are hereby required to appear to tho T .- ,, ,, .
bill of complaint filed in this cauit-; h ,. i ... .' : . ,I .- ,
on or b-,fore Monday, the 3rd day of 0. .< i t .I', I '.
August. 1901. Witflt-s nv 'ffi l' 1' i. P'
It is further ordered that a copy of s,"-! thy- rh-- 1-'h ,thI.i\ '1,11. ', ,
this order be published once a ,week, 'I.,,,, S s:srn
for eight consecutive weeks in the i -
Ocala Baner. a newspaper published ( ,:k 4 ti'("ll' 4' purr .MI ,i '" -'
in said county and state. ; 1' Hy H f .,. i
This 20th day of May. 1908. -- ---
Clerk Circuit Courit. Marion Co.. Fli -
By H. B. Foy. Jr.. D.C. ,, .... ... .... ,.. -. r .

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Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla NOTICE -a-di..' ..
By H. B. Foy. Jr.. D. C. No. .'4,. i.,t r ::t, 7'!- +i. I,:1
0. T. GREEN. in tt, C.!'ircuit Court of th Ft i, .'t I l- It. ,',7,. ii.- ti.. -. ;:* , ,.
('omlplainant's Solicitor. 5-22. cial Circiiuit of Flior:ida. in an:id f i- ,, oi, .. :) .t !,- 1,14,! ,, .
Marion County-In ('hancery. ," q tix t. o r --,' it ,.r ,,,.
NOTICE Steven Riggins. Comn )lainant. \- .\A 'it' i*;*A St;i: ,- ., --t' ,- .-. r
---na Riggins. De*ten lant.- Ori,,r for'r ., f,;'.<.\ P., t-.. I ,. ,-- ;e ,.. ,.
Of Application for Tax D-o(ed i l'nd.r ('IIonstructive Set-vice. i M t:. "' -
Section of Chapter 41,,. I, aws I is ordlerod ,har tl>. ,-1t-n-l-nt t Nr: h .l-' 't' .- . ,,."-
of Florida thereint nanei., to-wit: Anna Rig-in V "'"". -, f -',t T ,.., , ,
Notice is hereby given that R(ol-,erl an ttdl she i hereby rquiroi ti) a - :. .: .\ .
B. Chitty, purchaser of tax certificare ,par to the bili oft complain t h.' i ,r -. i ..--..--- i
No). :29. dated the 4th day of Jun+e A this 'ise on or beore Mo ,ah th' -. ; .... .,.. ,,, .. ... ,
c). 19116. has filed said certificate in :'tl ,iIJ: of Aut<;ust. f', -
'my o! ce, and has nmadel appllication It i further orni-r.,,I that a c, i)Ty of v ;f
lor tax e 'd to issutte in accordlance t"his. r l)e t,:i- -sh'd o"ce a wI' k "-i -* .A :
with law. Said certificate embra(.ces for eight c-insec:ive weeks in t!',e ,i ..j i' -- i,.,I w
the following described property sirt'i- Ocala Banner. a newspaper pu)lisht.i :: a : I \ .-
ated in Marion counTy. Floritda. to- in said county and stato Witn- si\ cii si' -ir-. ain!
wit: Lots S and 9. and commencing at ThIs Jth lay of June, !90,.' h- h ti '
southeast cornet', lot 9. Flemington. T. SISTR NK. i ',-' S T SISTRI'NK.
thence west 110 feet, south 7 feet. Clerk Circuit Cou-t. Matrion (i o... i (F-. -- (',-' >,:- \.r.: F
east 110 feet. north 75 feet. section 27. EDWIN SPENCER. t1-i2. -,; __
township 12. south, range 20. east-- Complainant's Soliciror. --
2.12 acres. The said land being as- -- NOTICE
sessed at the date of the issuance of NOTICE
such certificate in the name of Mrs-. ---- o:T .\',,t'- 1., f,) T",I,. T. '
J. L. Dow. Unless said certificate In the Circuit Court of the FPrh .1di- ii :i,.- S
shall be rpe teenedt aceordin To law. ,-;,, ,;.....i ; ,f ,-; :,i n f. . '

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In Gilmore th,. Juniors ha.i a ,-tr- o.: "- -
share in the, C. E. anniversary. M.R Anil still o' p i coil-
At South Lake Weir tho ch;illr.on tend tha" ai parrot a;!<- ar rtilon,.-
will take a sunimmer vacation f-om The Floridian.
holding meetings, as they ire nmuchi
scattered and many are away now. T- H' .. \.. T-lt--
The Pomona .Junnior-s celebrated . I ."H 1
th.ir organization day *n tflt.a a;tor sal-- b..y.theVIAPACKING&WE
t w lvC Oar erhbG, -h i a -.. .. i..se b- H' .=
letter of good will to t i listri-lt tun- allert nhg !ie~. .-T-
ion headquarters in Jacksonville. and i it 7
the letter was signed by all of tel 7.:____.
"twelve charter members Good idea NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Mrs. Bruce will soon send t)o ti, ____
state officers directories of the .Inn- ,
e e ie shereby giv en that n,nloI
tor societies over the state. There Noc is hereby given tha unr
are about thirty organizations, and antd by virtue of a certain final le-
there might be thirty more it we cree entered fv the Judge of t!lhe ir-
would go to-work briskly. "
would go t work brisk.NEND. cuit Court of the Fifth .Jiuilicial Circuit
Interlachen. Fla. 1908. of Florida, in and fo-r Mar!on county.
I in chancer y sitting, on he i24th day
,. ,WADE-McARTHUR ;of June. A. D. !9'Si. in a certain cause
-- jrein pei.!i.ng. wherein Morgan V.
Wednesday evening, June 24. atGiet'ss is coimplainant. andl Robert .1.
S:30 o'clock, at the home of the birile's Knigh,. also known as R. J. Knight
parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. (G. Wad. at Pine Lumber Company. a corporation
Montbrook. Miss Elizabeth VWade wa,- organized, and existing uniler the laws
united in marriage to Mr. William El- iof the state of Florida, Herbert 1.. An-
lott McArthur. It was an ideal porch derson and P. R. Lester are defend-
wedding, one corner hoi'ig banked j ants. the undersigned s)eciil master
with potted plant.-, lra:- and vines, in chancery, appointed therein t4 )xo-
making a lovely -e;'nj- u0 ,-';e bridal icute said final decree.. will. on
party. Tie nu:'- *'"* ,' c- lights IMonday, the 3rd Day of August. A. D.
and Jappnese lan.' ';ui g here :andt 1908.
there adddI ni', ' , 'c'y to the oc- during 'hoe legal hours for" sale's under
casion. Th,, :l1'," p.:.! ven tered to such decret-s. ; theI' pre'lnies wbher,
the strains 0': : : .- Weldingthe sawmill h,-'reinafter montionedi is
march, by 'l; 1 McAr'nur. sis- locat,,. ,beig allouw five miles east
ter of th-. l)t ci!\y of Ocala. Marion county. state
Mr. McArtlhi' -:l r Li-. best man of Florida. on or near what is comi-
Mr. Char' ". ., \ "Iir. T'i ait- mostly kno\nit as the Si' vo-r Springs
tendants vei-, .\!.i :- t ': "ine Me \r- bratclh. or spur. o1 tTilt S.,'aS ,tl-nrd A.it-
thur. sisie:- o* r.tr,oi. ind Mr. Noil line Railw l I-. ,off',r tn;i :>ell o) the
G. Wade. .1Ir. Tie lt ,l\ l- bride (a;nue highest -1ni 0 esr hble,-,,r Co- cash tihe'
in with her sistr. t ll-. n:ai, of hono r. folloi\in, ,- s, .! ,, p, o:;,-,.! i' t.-,o r-
The ceremony y wa s.oileiniizedt 1vy ty. viz:
Rev. H. |i. Newman l( i the Pres'i..tyer- l n>,w \ 0., 1 S (;. mdi, b '!,,: 1
ian church or Archlor in a ni.ost, ilm- Isecond lhand Ald;!a.- ama,- boitr;
pressive manner., atte,- .hih the bri- i 1 lnew #,-) H. S. t. si.l,' cranil, engine
dal party pas.-,'d ott. to thit ..oft l i'ron nim ll fraii''. all,! saw (-atriage.
strains of Mendelssohn'. march.-a. t Laitnhem^: \\o ,1% 4 (circular- saIw.-;: two
After the we'(ldilg an inforniial re'-::; llutb'irt 'i sa' .: nt.-V tniiel-r carts
ceit)ion was held on the porch, where and chains I: 1 lacksnmith sho)ip. tools
were seats in e,,er\ (coz\ corner, andI equi1mit-n:.i also s.haftitl,. illell-ys.
At the table in one, corner, under beltin,: 1 sta\e, machine: 1 mIill shed.
a cascade of red hearts, punch was ::2xl1;1i: 1 board edger: l set of live
served by Mrs. 1) R Willis. ably as- i-ollers and rising: 1 Perfecti io .-hin-
sisted by Miss Bettie Melver of Ocala. gle machine: 1 fort -foot (;or.-gia

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Local mnd Personal

D~r. U-A (it flT' a'- etlo-
0aa o~. si!--ii or ea ~~'

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Tliat-was a nict-, Witer Dir. (;ucrrant
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r!.,.i, T..:a. rll,. witlh the nioo Th,1- A Litt:e Girl is Run Over by an Auto-
r-Trr...in. api,'aranc.- will coon-- "l ,t rr mcbiie-A Railroad Wreck-A
,-ra', in O(cala a i' - ait-I'r Boy Fails Off His Horse

rja~qos it crym rta y () (iii-azorve how Tb -se c- ,tIa1 (It ',-t 1j 1-fita Of i: 'Cl-i
Mrs. Aivaradio D-Vaii- ot .lack-4Pn- potfnta~il. .h'. e 'ari id -'ac'h Th- dril Ut!'kie,~ 1t--n .A
vile. is Thf- guest of h-r *daughter. NIr--,-r. ;ht of Mr-s. P*-ar-och",zwai-
b P. V L'iw -'en.good tt he-r hononit i ck- In rh-4,111-11 Tnitfl-e:-,101icba'Ic !I (o an ~~! dlauTon.ohfbii-. T h- au,-
'lawaba avenive. r-enco woh Id n,'-all a LCIa-M -1-h]. If onlTo b+ Opm-f- ii Mr. C.( a rrnic'iael an,1
V~~~~~ su ih a d a'-' Th,-trewa-r' a war h%--nWa n' > a Mr. Eu Tuick-er.
Miss L. Ballard. who has bee- n ~tw%.()gr+at conftendaing forces, or a k-ing I14,T 't h+,r-.~ ~~a(~ h
Jacksonville. visiting her sisit-r. MrS. wpri- a-to o I nunod'. or 0finie rpat jP0-: fitotr al' 7V wtpot0ffiee --and th" l it-
1H. A. Daniiel. for several days, has jf~nta!(, TO eIt,, uriPol. or ho coelhraiiion -j, I XW2 iitt'2 to cros- the track-.
r+eiurneilhome. of oln 0., vrP'i Wi enwre onA) T;.- :1).. ~~ ~*a il 07t h ii lo ai uliroach,

~R ALEGod divig on 16pS. and Ththe@-; arihll e-1a evt ,nii!.e i! in s ieway waS
MR-L-wodd~igpn;ti 'i!*, That ItFl1 xE'1- 1ii; ~ I h.- hni~ te a-
alsooagood work animal: price rea. conic,'n-i''a With It.~-ii. Ix 2' V(1.'it-''i''rht-- -i- stem
rimable. Apply "P. S.," care Ocala pepjl,.. xwouiij JareI' he lt*,i2 L -l x'. 2S .lti i"~d anii
Ehz1Der. 5-8-4tw. %kit- q'inii-s. -:a-, ''qoth.-I's roolln-, an.-
M rs. H H ai-old returned Sat urda Ya 1 L W o w t ~ l ta- ~ < U i d d I '' \ ~ ba I W j l fj P fe ~ fj-

fronm Wo~iflnar. where she has been aI I*, h r v a aYa hta;w21a < f( I-() r~ j1i n b-LI.TU
visiting SIrs. C. S. Cullen for sePv.-ral t. af X
t ha 1 i.d" do'ir~s if s. -n't k':iitp

M r.E. C Snii'h and faniilx Ia Nniong fl(:Ii--r Ihii.T Pis saa hI '>-0 .'' 28 'V (o- t' o
Ul~nf-diz hht Fra nkh-Reagan cot 1a-,-+ a I :" '-itU I IT' It T 4-4 ar-,ia '*;~ \..t
Lake Weir. He wili go (down today Lfi IT'; 'A I.!' 1'."3.--,a-]
His children are already- the-re. 1grou ila:'k all!il., h 2r~ it &r,, 'v ha~.: ~ ti' wr'H-~
*mor., fri-I-Tt md The 21i tIt2.> ia ; 4 : 1o -v, itI

1wen Vtiled azains.t the Tannia at-, *r4'--- i l oiwatih.*dI1-:t~.~ ( t~-..-' it, ':1 1 n '' -
Works ('on~ijany Iat' those who sinffCIr-had s': 11'. u on Th 1 a 1 11I ~' i l '~ TIN AI, a' 11w
f-d Ost's >in Th.Aura!conflalzraTion in 'My s-t-, c(;aI~')&'5 WeP~ '- ;11 1til. : :T~-~ ~. 8VI- i]!UDc~
Y tit'A;oS'4 C A' A,.v.

Mr. an,! Mrs. L. Horne and fanjil\. '*\a)i~aa nll d-*W~!
Pref- at Wa, in Spring. 4iz. a.. an.! sIwilt :I f~. 0 nill artitc; :itrI
!rPMlin Th# re for scev'ral weeks. andEcaimt:'-.al, 'a' rI.ItdX i
wil! Thfn -]w~lid !)o- re'oI'iaind r fTaqw asir t (. 11 h ivni.',\.'!,( %-
se,-(ason n NO!rTh (Carolina. Mr. 1Horn- 'h."t~' ~t. r!IA1 -fa'1 4; r

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d ArTER .THiRTY YEA-~RS'exrleri- 417 T:. ajbdr a'Wx r!('i'..~.' ~* 3 4~V 'a'hii'l'o-
ence millions of 'sr of L. NIM.,~ ''~ I'I'Ii1ul'IA44 ~21 a ~:' '1: X ))1AI~. -4it~u
PAIN.TS claim: First. it wears i'lto) !>kii:> lt-1 f41 "1 0ko I :' '. o hti t : .
15 years-Second, Aft only costs $12 "r:I~tWt 112-.- 'WIh' A ~ A' 'a 'I 18- is
a gallon-Third. Its thie best they hayvso l m.1di ta21'' H )AIVA' 11 L X22 OX iIin
Ivrused-Fourth, sixteen tho~isand I!- I IJ v'W'J!112ia' '
amgets certify to thls fact. \V -2.'I~tI i lr l i IXt -' A~~4~ ii.' ir(idt'AiI I
MacKay. 1-.L M. Paint Aget-ws. lb SoI.T V,' I--.At .>2 I 1A ~1 1 i ~:a" )iI~(8's

T e T-t-i~pa n11, \v a I pi s it t.!It T* -Ait *S'-Vx''. t a

Day of Accimti.n ialiin mis'
h,~nst fillO a I~'Fii""11i1 i- dlii I a and stron 21. tmi I Sui..' 4l1.'I imlla TIC.

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Rollins College


College, Academy and Schools of Music. ExPlressio)n. Finr .\r'-.. D,-om.-
tic and Industrial Arts and Busine--.
Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now going up: .e-.r:' light
steam and furnace heat: large faculty: p..rfoct health conditions, fin:. gym-
naslum. athletic field;: tennis courts, golf links: baseball and basket ball
teams, champions of Florida this year. N,-arly a quarter of a million dollars
endowment: expenses, moderate: scholarshipl)s available Christian. but undle-
nominational: stands for




Next session begins October 7. For catalogues address the President.
Win. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D. Winter Park, Florida.

The Breakers by the Sea
Will be opened June 1, under the management of I. M. MABBETTE.
The house will betconducted on a higher plane than ever before,
thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms single or en suite,
with or without private batbs. Fine fishing and the best surf bath.
ing in the world.
Sea Food a Specialty. A Trial Solicited.
Rates, $1 per day and upward, according to location of rooms.




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-
sists of everything in the line of

Tree Flowers Rye

This is a very high grade of goods and


In the State at the price.
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G. D. HOGAN, : : Ocolo, Fla.


BIGGEST FARM IN THE SOUTH anywhere from $30,000 to $40,000 per
-- year. On one field of 180 acres I pro-
Ex-Gov. Smith of Georgia Has 8000 duced last year 223 bales of cotton.
Acres Under Fence The field was nearly ruined by a hail
storm in July. Otherwise I believe
Georgia has several big farms. One I would have made 300 bales easily."
of the largest in the state, embracing' In addition to the crops enumerated
some 8000 acres in one body, is the above. colonel Smith markets each
property of James M. Smith of Ogle- year 15,)o gallons of cotton seed
thorpe county, and the fame of Col oil. tons of fertilizer. l,,.of
Smith as a farmer has spread through- pounds of fat cattle and a quantity of
out the state and illustrates what can he ams and
be 4lne onthej honie-curo.,l hams and hacon.-W~ni. E.
be done on the average Georgia land,. -rtis in Chrica.o Record.
Re turning from service in the Con-
folerate ar aryar the close of hostili- MANUFACTURING A HERO OF i
tiPe in 1N;5. (Colonel Smith h),gan TAFT.
farnmin- o i a few acres of poor land.-.
with it,', a ,-inaie mui o : aid ijr in 1! Ti.- !.Yakina ,, a ,, 4)f n,.c-
Aftor -lax` I he s io
ill ". > k l n.i h ,; n s e !t b e iw ^ ll Th e" t ..s s i'y i ,.1 a li ir:.f ,i- .'n : ,': i : a p o .f .ii
p".o h..n i,.-. After "ia\;r L his campaignn. \ i,.,,) ,ii .- :i >1 ....Ver r
~cro .**a: in th,- lator s.:0liler. j ihe p,;!1i,.s o: .1L iZ, '.Vr i'.. 1:irki-
(o on-i .1 S n -I-vilug h.- sai"' ni, !,., in r :h };';'l-.,' :vi? F- n-'vr 1l ..',
p Mi)- l ': ;n'r :' i- a w.l ,,' :**. v.;!;,:,,'fli- 'ii att,'ili.'i. ; ). "* :;:' '.-" ,, )!1i ,.:!'.-' a l*-
ti4- aib.' thile cOUllIr, lp:n L. of o r C..* >"a i, ;fl. ('eLh.--I c. iii:i '
his anniial lril)J1 he ,iisiilayf.i h;. ',' h:-:. ,>a".v Ho)' i>:i.t i.int. "
wvar s t,, a w, ali Ly i hor. wh o ,o,[i,, wl.,) .1t -'l). "" ha \ ;';.l I)pon N \Vi l:A:
only rtn.-,ti 'f iirI,';.-'. hI'lT \vwil-h a t h. TafL \V," h} \' l>'a:'u, i h) t'r1; i"
ilv.is'dk.i i'l,-a *hat ( colonel Sloi 1ith. lhai '. ._ ;, '.,1- a : 0 h,. a ." ',:
in:Iori'oitly aba 'lionn e i h, tijl of 5..t\ .:i. an o '},," v, ri,)1:,. '" mn',I '-" i:
a ,'in' !t',r,. t-Ieproa,.h -', hin. w'virh ,;tii *i -.(..;' I,1 "'. '. ,('!i.". ,.r 'v-.:-
'avin ..-'s noil a tl,))ite alliini and i ,! '- i vw an N v.r. i-. w -.-.iia!i !. : : o
-mfln tlh ]it', f a il','ii-l r. i!-, ,'.ivill .-\:',o, rt. "- li .; afl'i --.i
"'( i^t rlilt' ;ifie.' an -. '. r, i (_ loii- l !-';:',Int I)-;,!.=:-,- ii <).. f i, ;.- n. ^ ril'.
Sinith. "anil I will own a calt pas ire trotaliaoi) .-" L,: r,-irati n.. rth-'
a.- \arsg, as your entire tfar-:." bravery of h cai.iinita', Ti't inar-
Twenty years lat-r" ('olo Iel Siith rw'y t.'swI,.-, ': ,'.',k. A piron t' i
eollilrtait"oi his neil-h,,ors at a bar -t) ,- b'"a.- tol N' (.o:.i j'. of hi- fyv r.
cut. and among the wlio.,r Vrp his T!he Soc,-!arv is ., 'i.-tiriwi,, by
fornimer critic. AfTor !innt*r the assem- the side .-Awi mad!e ;a' !,irim by f .at:.
blef; fritnds strolled ovt.-r th- farmn. It s'-,, tliha !-.:air-'aisin in-
vie-wed th fields with :h-ir promise cilenIt Wa. ,nrr-'. tile r .h ti)1);,in o
Of Ilnty. admired the hori of thor- h- traip. :," r-pair.- But +ipln tih
ottghbre stop)edl at th" Eare :o the calf pa-.- that la&i -h- p)i-t,)n f >n ::n eiO" th"'
tire. Turning to the frioni who had itrain the Tr: !. :. t h '.ve b'r-.'i ,i'-
oneo so misunderstoo-d his p'.rpose. :';il,.
the colonel remarked: .\i Anl ha.i 'hhe ,ra)i' hoiel <-' .''i ;
"1 believe you farm so many acres?" hea.y pIo-ainatia1 (can I idafat,- ni:tt ,
"Yes. that is correct.'" answereti Th.-T havi, gon, l'.irr!inm, through thie -ij.
friend., of the coach to 'I; loo, m. ,Forr,,natr-
"That i- exactly t ,he size of Ihi- calf, ly. ho ,'. pr. ror hin ,lii art'. .illv ha)-
p)'is' ure." r qmark4,t ('olone SeiU. ,'m sa"e the b r Uikinh 1' riT :)i;t.')n1
His Own Efforts 'rod. ani when Mr. Tar'fi loarni of'
Colonel Smithi has not di- .ta..n-i zo, his hai'! ,''jaji1 '.-S a), '--he1 wtas j :-'
road all the reputable writers on a.-!at thaT "in (l t'in- i'pro a L.irk
riculture and follow their alvice! b !'T- st.al... alti Nat' ion:l ('on,,e,-
whenever it appeared ro sit his con-i man Kl '.>. was -, -1 ",iir, bnhtrer
, iition and oenvironmnint. By stiudying iIj)o an ,a ," a of i-n :' ." i
i the soil andi supplying nocesary andl an eye
!Proper el 'me'nts of plant foo.i.. by the This t 'n*'. 'i.s (.)Io.;K;t on th.
' .iversification and rotation of crops- part of Mr. Taft coinmm i iln ito
'," ;n other words mixing brains with the fr,-nIel considration (f +v-ry
i h' work of his hands, and personal voter. .\ man who does not -rt hys.-
s:.:p- 'vision ot every o{)eratii.)l." Colo :.:r:ca'! ipo)" larnin thlar the reason
nle Smith has year by year added to for the train having stoppedt is that
his wealth and possessions until his a piston rod is broken is a candidate
"one-mule farm" of 1io;6 now covers to place one's confidence in. The
thirty square miles of land and gives placidity of Mr. Taft may be corn-
employment to 1200 men. women and pared to that of Dollinger in the
children, stirring sea poem by Mark Twain. the
For years this land has made an av- refrain of which wa.* "put your trust
erage of thirty bushels of corn. twen- in Dollinger. for he will bring you
ty bushels of wheat and 1250 pounds through."
of seed cotton per acre. When everything else that could be
For many years Colonel Smith has done had been done by the passengers
kept a herd of 500 head of cattle, it was decided to lighten ship:
which an account of the mild winters. "Then overboard a keg of nails and
he has only to feed for some three to anvils three we threw.

four months, and then only on cotton Likewise four bales of gunny sacks.
seed hulls and meal mixed with for- two hundred pounds of glue,
age raised on the place; pasturing the A bag of wheat, four ditto corn. a
herd eight to nine months of every box of books, a cow.
year. He sends to market about 100) A violin. Lord Byron's works, a rip-
head of cattle per annum, without di- saw and a sow."
minishing his herd. The dairy herd During this excitement among the
numbers from 75 to 100 head of .Jer- passengers Dollinger stood fearles.-sly
seys. Devons and Holsteins. some of at the helm driving his boat through
pure blood and others of grades. These the blackness of the night. The boat
cows produce each year from 2ooo0) was in a canal, as told in a later
to 25.100 pounds of butter, bringing 2) stanza, and th ) passengers were un-
cents to 25 cents per pound wholesale, duly excited. Bitr had Dollinaer beon
Theocattle serve a double purpose on running fo)r Presient what a hero
Sthe Smith farm. He pastures them in he'd have %Ioen mae-'-Courier-.loutr-
enclosures of about fifteen acres, nal.
I changing frequently, and every month
or so turning the land. Thus hlie en- HOW ABOUT THIS CLAUDE?
I riches his soil. and from several hun-
, .. The news from Leon county must be
dired acres makes thirty-five to forty ms
., ,. ,' distressitlg to (Claudte I.'hngle. the
bushels of wheat per acre. two bales distressing to Clae Engle. he
of cot2tonor setVTo seventv-fivegreat political genius. who was th-e
o f co tto n ,. o r se ven t TV So s V entv-h ve . ,.
etl. ciof advxocar, of th'e PBrowar,! andt
bushels of corn per acre. chi..f ad_,of th. B arl ad
Si.tockton candidates. Those who
Watches Everything haxca, n ,aliinCai. ha, e'paphroi
Colne Sm it! ovrk i hi ug. have i),eii rea'l in^r <'lauide > paper a ni
(',) lmo l SI it oit .'h',)T no I,,n* .
I-.. < ("ll, ie'- ca mip aI L- n f, i T r ot r v .ro
\V irh aat'icduit!! tton a 1,are scale he Clan I' r.
c b e anuta-'t1rIill. anti IlrnS natura!!v led 1 o }eitevr, that in L.on..
CoMbilles nianutacnirin and irns t
wheree ('lauHile andi h~is '*alter n'lOs: v
the raw material rod1tc,-1 ironi his ,
.. ' circus ulate. his w m'onti r-ft! ear'itaitn ar-
so it i \11al al l f tll,,! ai ,tai iu0'd pro t-
1 l. ,; X\ ,,:Ir s toll a \ ,- s o )n s^, w ,, ^ .i i [
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SixtywDay Sale!

Closes July 15th.

As usual for the past 25 years

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New York for



Baltimore and

bargains in fall

and winter goods,

It is therefore absolutely

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have a M(IKE

We guarantee a surprise





eyes on our

Very Special Bargain Windows

I Am Hot Selling Out
At cost, but have a large and varied stock, bought at right
prices, and think I can outmatch any store in Ocala.

No Use

To Quote Prices

As there is so many of the same stvle of Drv Gro C.Clotrh.


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S Ocala will ;end no delegs to II- FO I 1 -U & J
YOetI. -" ,.
New Yo(rk is- planning for a -ane days ago by l. .Jacksonvil
Mr. D. Barcu of Citra left Fourth. By a san, Fourth i n ant i l" nic the beautiful Silver \\'A hav, of n ', .1l ,l -c'iplions of t,l an orl eet it
SMr. D. Barcuo.ny Baopular now, bCtr saptuus and + 1th ,erraii-s mt an \Ve hv
day for WVellsville. Ohio., his former the observance, of Indiependence Day springs are not only popular now, but iipt. T d r al- aiy r ors of this
have al x~avs been so. linen s. They- appear darno d: n'-rorofti
home, for a month's visit, without: inflicting upon the enthasias- It has always been a favorite ren- ir public prints. Th reportr ex-t stare was held at the 0

4 Mr. Harry Peter represented the tic citizenrshilp of the land any of the dezvous and trysting place, even way hausts his vocabulary in h.igh-fiwnl in tis ('ity Wedneslav alt
Phosphate City in the county's me following eventualities: The loss of back to the time when the Indian, un- language and hyperbole to depict the The object of the eetin
tropolis Wednesday. 1 fingers, the shooting out of eyes, lock- der the shining rays of gentle Luna, festal adlornings of the apartrnens, discUssilon of the turpentine
jaw. resulting from bodily hurts., told his tale of love to the maiden by :the rich display of dress, the magnifi- generally, but the all impc
Mr. F. M. Harp of Citra was among burns, bruises and maiming, and the his side. (cent array of jewelry, and the sump- r of ways and means tc
S^ the prominent county residents at starting of costly fires. Every year IIn looking over the old files of the i tuousness of the table which "mine better prices for the produ(
i Marion's capital Wednesday. America pays tribute in loss of limbs Banner we came across the following host" spreads in lavish and unlimited ter all at the bottom of t
and lives to a delirious observance of egend, written by a former citizen splendor. I'nder frescoed ceilings, ence.
Strangers visiting our city pass a the day and the idea is growing in iof our county, which gives a beauti- between walls broken in to make loom Among the other turpent
great many eulogistic compliments many quarters throughout the coun-Jiful tinge of poetic romance to the for rare specimens of statuary, be- in attendance was Mr. Wal
on our monument, try to eliminate as largely as prssi-,stream and its robust brother, the Ok- neath. blazing chandeliers, the favor- man of Jacksonville, probal
"- ble every element of danger, and the lawaha: ed guests engage in the mazy pleas- the largest operators in the
Prof. Pike is back from the Ancient best way to do so is to omit fireworks * ures of the (lance, amid silks that said yesterday that the sta
City. He says that to sniff salt air is from these celebrations. And the THE OKLAWAHA-A LEGEND rustle, and diamonds that glitter, eyes ida had lost from three to fi
all right, passing of fireworks means of course sparkling and cheeks glowing under dollars within the past eig
the passing of the pandemonium of! W'itti-n for the Banner, by Paul. !the natural exhilaration of the occas- on account of the low pri
Mr. H. W. Tucker is becoming -[ el-
Mr.". a. T e is bein noises that distract so many quiet !ion and the artificial impulse impart- pentine and byproducts.
olinist which add m people.-New ork Letter i .ohn Warren. d by too frequent and copious A big movement in this I
his other musical accomplishments. -w Y Letter. it b h .la
*i other mThis sane way of celebrating the l lldraughts of wines. s beng pushe y the
"Far .- oi It. 'midl gloom anti shadows o!
Fourth means a doing away with thel -pr, -otb wm~ oomad s, alw The entertainment of wih w
The Fourth of July program gotten Fourth n a oig away with th! the cprss wood, The entertainment of which we board of trade, will in the r
out by this paper is attracting a great traditions that belong to the dlay. 1: Ws )klawaha born rite was not of this kind. Its begin- tant future make naval sto
1 T means a celebration minus patriotism. nin. and its ending was te
deal of attention and favorable corn- .The samp, his smibre mother, whose g an its ending was the very re- all ovr the world sit up an
mert. |The day must be celebrated, and with ,: .,itues verse of this. There were no frescoed rie.
*ment. (l' ark >olnJiudes
all the clamor and noise *hat (Tn ,, b- .r, v an in his chihlis walls; no flashing diamonds; no rust-
Mrs. A. Leaving is up from anufactued. ling silks; no enxious array of p mp STRUCK BY A STINC
Mrs. A. J. Leavengooid is up from 1 .().04
~ Ocala kioshw.adfashiIn; no noisei oifth (it
4k Lake Weir for a few days' visit to her Ocala knows h,'w: -,",ig fashion: g n noise onf the city's patchh to the Tan
daughter. Mrs. J. Watt Perry, at her; o- to Oca w : i llin- no lawtning flatteries; no un-
home on North Magnolia street, don(' ,' ;. : :,- d'. ih the bonnet- ::.. ling compliments: no gilt and tr( reen Springs. says
bo nco\,.r-,! iak, s. tinsel: no vanity of vanities. It was ; T. Roy Yi n, tln lvo ofll
Mis.s Byrd Wartmann left yster DR. BLACKISTCN THANKS HIS \\h.:.. inihiii. lov-s to dwell. ; s..inple gath,'rinl of ladies, gentle- hor of the Bayshore Hotel h
day for ('itra. wh-re she will be the FRIENDS fo, r2 1 ;; i to ihunit hhe wild dhuick illn Ien and clilrPen in the quiet woods, narrw escape froni death
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed I.. Wa- ':ai brake. N ;ich- miniry n asiona- Vhi! fishing wit-h several
u tfann. (,, ;r. d-. .. Fi (,. ,I. :.,,th. lS n! .* ( :*< i*;. *.i. "h .' .,,ant- r,1.- r straii t. (o unreal actions, no IlI i!l the Va a shoi'r ,list
mann.To the r ,.':a Bann': 1 ::. -i i 'ciicl 1 (1v( \ ;sa tion. Ti.. r, was sa- Vt i 11)1. he ca me
WIT iit I1 Ti V(te stitlntare, w
New. k.s been received trom Mr. C I p,. ,- "> . l. ". : *, ,. t;"' t ."" idI'.y ,,,l.. lia.' iilLt "n'nr,';il. Tlie siniliicitv of th ie a l ti are \\]
R. Hendricks. who is at Salt Sisring-. who i, "he ,etiti r, l(',.T-1iI i.t lt e \ l i i,..ro .h o
that he is constantly inmpr'ovin-. Hi-s ; *. ' lit 1hiis 'ree illn -ath- \v.s in l in with ile sili 'it o ll ; ff. .r
friends art rej',,iciu2 .! .a.... ".'" v i. 'I.v, '.!i."- "':'** ili aiI! p!owe' th. w'o()ls -ltw it thi il. TF ,e lay ( ul tr-i.'al jail ts V 5 i51,, bj
't tu7! alid': springs, no0 11.1 Sel. mor. 1,opitio.s. h i sI -
Prof. who ,:, i, X\, S 11 iiI tl 'i 110 iVf 1&eIi 1AV. 'W' -hI'o0asiti)l. "[is ititl !tilI it t) lT],l I )r. h
Prof. WV. \V. F :).i'7,. who ha ., n al *, .t *; 1 -/. l ", '.v :, ,"' ,i' Ol. ^ ^ hih T u l < -' .,...*',, T; i t'l an.i l v lit N01 (.a l i) ;ali] s'Xtt'tl c t tl'..
-hb hf ad of tho } at Plmnn.-lo-.,^; :* l:+, -- ;.., h ... 'i..i. "id. |. "Lt "1. .: S.'', 'l". It i s sri.T l. N 4'- W I;K12hIP.. 'ii T 2 .I *< iv a l hau l e! leafy s ie.. ) : *.ia .s- si i+ p, I l ahe-t I1 i.-" irs 'tl un to th e h4
r. ..r.. I t an I,-l hour ,.i j's. h"cks, earl (iti } t -l r. t io ng

S.rn set W 1 ere : "i i < o v paq- u'l i r 1'd n iW ..
w i-h Two p.:' rl i, t t..t. -n corner oi jts ''. .' "' ",t, : :-v V *- .. V .-(' ]'f ;i,. S ti'o1 lovelyI ,'lz s K5. Th .--- on'r l, filled wilo f,! iTV.-, 8l '
h-.[ : . i, v iL:\ a,. I. N,,\ : a', 'a':,l' f )i,, ;rec... .... .1-. Y(ilafi'' rfi, n. .\It. Y(hI~ll
r Tuck~er'- It 1 i, ^ -h p and PtOSTO. f ( i r,, h,.. -nd rim,

fe. A lit) 1Aa s~' i~
", *li .. a ]:a.! Silver Spri(,:' was li,:-,l oon t.AI \ith a 'o tI JUDGE Will. LlS DE
iifor rtur t S oiilte.;- pin T'.- p., !-ivod
p:. i) .. nson have I V' 1 a1 . :* io c ., '* i < t.i x' hoa,, : 1 (I .'aii fliO' of' 'hP '11, .lt,.l ",J,
.. .t o 17. :" n i- I T snn'-s e ..' a re' *: 7 i:'; I a* ." I &:i l l,1r etu l- one lt a Tl \O.r. l l w as (oo M 1. W- 1, i n
o V o;ns !':c, ;r ha; t in' Till !,:- < i lk is('n : ,,l, .
Tu ck erflI."n- the Jls.:'i '.. \' .':' th. .1ol- ullc(-:i !1' -i; -A sil(. ;HI .
;.; .s ,, ' o' ; ; \' .*1. 1.- Tr*cit~''- fl: ,.*d.,,, .isihi' ri'liing ia t !, j .". tlo"l{"
T "'"'t -' wd ' .ai, 8'\ 1'-' ,, 8i L-' : : ;' .. i- -..' ,' ut.] for x; r,. r: ;i.e ',"a t. *. 1 on P'* l-":w r-c"l.os- s's 1h, !.ir -M.-l ,!ii. i n t.al .. l .' ,; : T lflI|'.I v oufic., of t4)
N. (7. are 5s4*''iB'n i iit1'r *.\..- < a !L.. j!.A. *K'- \ AU i***aL'i; i( : Iil 1';.;ppiesif5 In:ii in l no univ. r.-s. 41';,1 l,'. 115 w.85 lman of
". . -,, e .-io'. "*- ..,- .. .. l t b" i -. ho bu nil- -\P:'i Ti.wit .i....lies or the ^ y t siren h. never shr.
whether. toe. A sin~I-l. d~tnne . THE ME73CPOLE M 'r. .I. -(tonl.'. *p'1int, iio;.titt^ 5xe1 its (1'>-.tai~lv l,., its SI..LZI w~a- c. i
C.-~f ihC.l o'

t not uncomfortable W esd '- la n".- V' ; s< n 1 ti.
Miss Minnie Bar.~o. :.'rac't': .,. 1. '.: ,m ; :id s,. till ve;. ill \'.it'" ;')i',)1 o thl- billion li;t'. fish- l o illi p, Pa
- daughter of Colonel N. .-'it ,nso h n ,! :- ',, ', :;, -' \ow i "", ., !,_,
,l" ,- ". ": , ,-t ..,, ). 'W illis' 3 110W p t 111 i' S sIl',liit '.tm's

wed Mr. John Culpepp" .;, ,, f \. 'h. :'- ::e',, I(t is wf:' : ,, :x., ti'* w-i ssl l,,, ote d \,, V-, t th i.s p'lace
*1 i; .- . .. .-.' t i- ; .,..> ,. ~' T' -, ;. i : wa u t t i!'s | \ 1 'P| 'd s -n lo1 .. .. .... "" C- "l ;"' ": ro ::' *:. n8' ;l eu'l charms ti i i 'ihiitq eil illsle 'lo sotllldeil all o K ;.Iu his oau)hters. i
--social event of \"rsTal R' I t -: .. '' .' ... "'' l.s.'': ; I' t 'l ar weIw,*'ls, n hi s speeding
a,^^., ,, ' i n^a..d . .m .-s of . *- .',-;. --A: *w h *1I1^ i ( m !w h s*r-sn ( .t n :numbr ofs reath Hes wansi
The Farners i'2;:on ;'oi.,-e a uic ~ to *1f ii 6'2'd -.-A.. ~x n,*-' Ipr in his ou dow thE' ('lea!e'.o sivr s'ach. l Idk's tuoi' hsset. ews
11]. .'-*:r;,' ,y" T." he t t -." K -- ". n h.e.' on. .ono s in t.I.e .a.
|ic at Berlin. o-" Blitchioi;. on .(i', .<.l- ,h, ,. t'" '' .^ ; }{, lw
j iiof th fact o. O a l-.., b't l ' B .-no.,.Q "" "". -l r lss t tO- l':l it i f'fk iher thl)Ie s .i speng 1 a,',e's wi lln-
T (It i. .. ....... )-tl!',5 iuTo: t lis( ', (he l[r('asiiig oaks at'l tall Dr. F. P. ( ;luerran recent
them "s:--.t-one ,," it. ,.' ,- ,1 f he! .a.n.ias the "inner man. was re-h meat and niilk inspect

i I K L I IZ' .I. I I I..-
Mr. Simn Dillardl. formerly of Sum- "1-ten finger btores," cold! no, have inh l il hie honeyn.o(,n of this utin- fresh 'd and satisfied. There was re- city council, was given a
merfield, now running a hotel at :been softer. The kitchen has le..n sr.'asuresl bliss, viifyint conversations, ringing laugh- an critical examination T
Grn Spring. in Hillsborough county. moved, the dlinning room n ir- They 'xanIoid here and there; ter. rambles in the woods, and some ,,'noor by Dr. E. Van Hoo<
is in (cala and is registered at the ouphiy ventilated, the bath room. en- Although rgardless if their fooiuteps of the party strolledl up to the once ter Hood and Dr. W. V. N
Montezuma larged at.,. multiplid. electric lights ,lirni'j ami.s. 'beauliful residence of Mrs. Avery. the part of the board of
Montezuma.,'agd "
--- -- i put in upstairs andt down stairs, thOe ,1andtlering first in that way. th.ea in (The fences were all down. and the Messrs. Chas. Rheinauer
The eclipse. the delightful showers, parlor thoroughly overhauled and et- this, flowers and shrubbery had almost d(s- Ieffsrt on the part of the
the gentle zephyrs. the moonlight belished and there is no reason why Within i' forest fair. I appeared. However, man bouquets They gave him a crit
nights. the elegant shade trees and the ".Metroiole" should not teoime were gathered ansi the pleasure of nation specially upon the
grassy lawns make life worth while erv popar hotl the con sea-Now travelers, tracing u)klawaha*- the walk were enjoyed. The length- lating to his office, carrying
g~asy lwnsmak lie wrthwhie ;a very, pipifar hot#-] the coinig- sea-
to tr.p "*stay-at-homne'" club. Son. crooked way. ening shadows of th evePning admon- the fields of microbes, bac
-- If Mr. lonos cannot rernt iT he will Oft wonder why 'tis so. ished the party to make preparations I kindred nuisances to the 1
.Mr. W. F. Hamilton. the well known take chart'e of it himself. It is the loving path. where, wander- for returning, and soon our gallant tern. The committee had
well borer, is sick at the Marion coun-D ing day by day., little steamer was puffing toward the rant on the gridiron for sev
Sty hospital. He has ha a slhti GOT HIS TEN TDOLLARS Th warrior with his lovely b'i,. did setting sun. The trip back was enliv- The result of the examinati


Tampa is always proud of one of
" ut s' ll htr citizens whn he ldoes well beyond
le hoard of h1r gates, as 1l as within her walls.
11 f( the She has special reason to be proud
of eeryoung le'rton M. Mann. the bright
s-ction of
son, of Mr. I.- W..Mann of this city.
caia House one of Harvard's architectural stu-
ernoon. (lents, who is doing tine work in his
g was the class. His friends predict for him a
e business future, in which a Harvard scholar-
)rtant sub- ship looms largely, with Paris near
) establish at hand holding open the coveted
'ts was at- doors of entrance to the school of
he confer- schools for the architectural aspirant
-the Beaux Art. Young Mr. Mann is
mine people at present spending his vacation as
ter Coach- an employee in the offices of the cel-
bly one of ebrated architects. McGinnis &
State. He Walsh of Boston, who hold the palm
te of Flor- for church, building. In the Egyptian
ive million comedy presented at the late com-
ht months mencement by Harvard's archiitectu-
.es of tur- ral students, Mr. Mann occupied a
promiinetn part. The comedy was a
inme. which musical gem in three acts. presented
icksonville to an appreciative audience in Brattle
lot far d4is- Hall. Cambridge. Mr. Mann was one
res people of the exquisitely graceful dancers ia
d take no- Ithe "Dance of the Lotus Flower" from
i"The Mummy and the Lulu Bird." act
first, andi he p,,rsonated "Gwendolyn"
3AREE in act second to goodl advantage Tam-

pa Tin !pa boys are bound to be heart from.
andl in the riglh way. All hail old
Harvard. Another one. perhaps two,
ir jproprie-
r, hadaTampa young men will join Harvard's
ie re h ad a .,
.ranks this fall.-Tampa Tribune.
Sunday. -
ance trom SIS
in contact
hi(ch (5!.'ov". .li,( k>o '.ill.. .Jiine 29. I: <.
s !t'ft o. 'To th, Editor Oc('ala lanjier:
Y l'A-. in .\ctivte camnp)ai-mning against ;u ber-
ak to theciilosis. or conmsumlption. inl Florida
([,-+en 'was 1,an with a .-.rie.s of nieetings con-
,all. -roous ,itictedt h.er+ in the Womnan's Butiiling
t ish hal ib l)ircror E. G(;. Rwuitzahn of the
>ne of Mr. Ameriiican Tihb',ti'lo. j. Exhibition.
offered a Th'e \'onian's ('lib of Jacksonville
;,p;;'Ii ions .was .in ch.r-ge with the co-oporeation
i(xw g.-ing of the sanitary corninittee of the bcard
iir indet'- ()!' trale-, the health committee of the
IState Fe.leration otf Woman's Clubs,
Stiihe county ni medical society anid the
.:ate loard of health. The dlay's pro-
S;. V.-granm provideil for thr'e ineeting,4. at-
tend-d by the following, in addition
to relprese.ntatives tf:'o)nl th women's
",e, p."?:sed
S clubs anIl other organizations of in-
S. to tluintial mtien and women of the city:
ived 11-, to
s th Morning- session. Philanthropist andi
ST il t Ministerial Alliance,.
st in the
Iz:'a .\rtsrnon s's-'i,,n. Civic Authorities
;- :at abil-
SI !'r ansI Social Authorit 5.
nkin^. p.oml
S Evening session. Medical Assccia-
on R tion and Business Men.
i ot' San- tThe day's program aroused unusual
l'is of T an-n
Willis n interest and will prepare the way for
Mr F. further ('anmpaigning to) be conducted
I Mt ( locally an,! throiughouit the state.
nit Mlrs. (i.
Plans ar- being :hadle ,o bring to
ui,! a I;:rsge
Lit a lrgFlorida a year fromt now the Ameri-
friends to
buried with can Tuberculosis Exhibition.
ly buryingj DEATH OF AN INFANT

ly alpiint- j The infant chi(l of Mr. and Mrs.
o bthe iSawyer of Floral ('ity died! at the Carl-

very rigidirton Houspe yesterday afternoon. The
uesday af-ilittle one was a tiny blossom and was
1 Dr. Wal- 'brought to the city for treatment sev-
41 r.wo o eral slays ago. It was the grandchild
Sewsom on
icalth, and of Mr. I. W. Boring of Pine, who was
and J. present at its bedside when it died.
city coun- The sympathy of this paper iL ex-
ical exami- tended to th- b)-reaved ones.
things re-
tngs re- There seems to be no falling off In
Shim over business down at Meffert & Taylor's
tenia and mill. They are turning out crates
hunian sys- "just the same," and their cavalcade
Dr. Guer-
r. er- of wagons hauling stock logs pass our
'eral hours. I
ion has n doors daily. They hve six wagons
on has not with four mules each, and the proces-

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&masu vtka tu I.1in al* --l i-" Ul m'-IaCI I ing lEne
clean cut, incisive editorials of Frank
Harris in the Ocala Banner.-Tampa

The Ocala Banner is easily one of
the best edited papers in Florida. The
minute it arrives in the Tribun- of-
Gce we begin to look for our scissors.
-Tampa Tribune.

Emanuel Stren is the name of a
Brooklyn boy, sixteen years old, who
has a record of rescuing sixteen per-
sons from drowning. He certainly de-
serves to wear a Carnegie medal.

A ton of hair from the heads of
dead Chinamen has just been received
In Boston, which is to be made into
"rats" for fashionable American wo-

to the wheel of service and worked
that others might be made, happy:
"Ensign and Mrs. E. H. Paul. Capt.
B. Parker. Mr. W. J. Russell. Mrs. i
Butts. Mrs. Bergman, Miss Josie Berg-
man and Miss Nettie Crapo.
"Good music was furnished by a
seven-piece band under the direction
of Professor Newsum. and the chil-
dren were given an automobile ride
along the beach by Mr. J. F. Brewer.
Perfect order was preserved.
"The great spirit of freedom smiled
into the heart of each and in response
to joy's demand their faces were ra-
diant with loving smiles. This army
of unselfish workers is to be praised
for the good they are doing and the
nobility they manifest in daily service
for the upbuilding of mankind."

u)1% lbuiren now resting on heir backs.
SThat amount of money would buil-l
Sfromn 61i to li great electric power
I plants for tl, people andl free t,,enm
from a monopoly that is now skinning
Instead of building more warships
isn't it time to call halt? With tens
of thousands of our citizens begging
for an opportunity to earn a living.
isn't it time to call halt on this wick-
ed waste of money and energy? If we
are going more and more into the war-
ship business, let us be honest and
pull down our churches. If we are to
glorify war. let us quit being hypo-
crites.-San Francisco Star.


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---While the flee: lay a- anchor in the ____ Th- following i a complete list of
FRANK HARRIS. Editor. The Salvation Army Is doing More. harbor of San Francisco, te San Rcen. decisions of the courts a". Florida's governors from the almis-
P. V. Leavengood, Buine^ss Manager. perhip.. to populari- religion than, re sn-Francisco Star saelrthat it represnt- not encouraging t t )olitician_ in sion into he nion in 115 t
-- ------ -"- "any of thi other religious denomina- el an expenditure of $1.V>.,., O... this state who ar. bringing suits January 1, wh.n General AIIert
tions, footthhepoi
Stions. pThat represented the amount fo:- the against the newspapers for the pur- Gi:christ will tak- th oa: o
I The mo,'to of the army is to scat- ct:-struction of the ships alone, and pose of intimidation and the suptj)pres- offic
i & 'ter sunshine an! happiness here and lid not take into account the enor- sion of free sp-ech. A libel suit was YEAR NAM
r now. and not wait tor those blessings nous exl)penditure for keeping the recently ) brought against the Colum- 5............ .William D M,,leY
<|beyond the skies. same afloat bus 0.1 State Journal for $1,,,.,, 1*.. .............Thomas Brown
Down in Jlacksonville the ot her saI flat
S in *acksonville the ter Suppose that all the moneys that by the county auditor for criticising 1S:............ os.)h E Bromo
day, under the direction and throughhave been appropriated for the nav-y his conduct as an official. The paper 1,---....-.......Madison S. perry
I the efforts- of Ensign Paul and 1lis
th e ts of E g Pa and sin the directionn of war had been ap- said that the conduct of th" office was 1-;1 ...--- -.......... ohn Miron
wife an outing to Pablo Bea ch was propriated for good roads in the di- markedly by a disregard of public in- ---.-......- ....-. William Marvin
g.nohp w na erection of peace. what a great country terests, etc. The jury roturn ,il a ver- -.7 -.-...... - -- -David S. \alker
Tour flag and flag, and how it flies of that cit. we wo have today, for the great- dict in favor of the newspaper ant 1-;-............... Harrison pe,
Wel '++ happenpid to be present ant sawI-
In your la! d : :d my land and half the ness of a country is measured largely the court hbl, that th- newspaper I72 ............... Os.-ian B. Hart
\vr~ri i n vnv the assembled excursionist--. Moth- ., ,* i, *i -1 ip 'n tan
world .ay; the assembled excursionist. Moth- by its good roads, .had the right of exposure 1 ..... Ma----- rcu. -- eans
Uoe red r.; .hl.od red its stripes for- ers with babes in their arms. oli wo. po, sa g tn thd e -- ...... F. D..
ever gv .n: I An se. too, the class of people So again. Sidney Radcliffe an- his .x- ... (;er F. Dr 'o
3now w-,i:.. n-i soul white, the g,-o4 men f-eble with age. anil b!)vs and Ithat the appropriations woull benefit, wife of Louisville. Ky. s e.i thj oer- r-- -... .. ......William I). Bloxnnat
fojre'at~h-rs' dream:. girls wh.^wan looks indicated that' i,'1 s^ ~wd\ltr'
forseat.r. dearn girls wvhi,.-. wan looks indicated that The great agricultural masses, the alit Publishing C'ompany for $1 >,"* i,>... ................ .. ..twar.t.\ A erry
Bky ulue a:datirue blue, with stars that an outing to the sea shore, re-info)rcedT e g, r ia oura t' i, f a h, alin wCh an o r .... 'i P F'unn
gleam aright; bone and sin-w of our great republic. i tor a headline which apr'e irIn mI lhe l ---------... li'.> P. r nim *
Thegloried guidon of the day. a shel- with a good hearty meal. wouldl be a Goo roats would mean better vehi- Pal)p rrtlectin upoin the.m- TIl l-.-:' ....-.. .--- Hnry I. Mirthell
ter through the night, great blessing to them. -
les, closer communication, cheaper n,,w ,ti+,r owners sa- tI that the a. i- 1. ..... .....--- illian D). Bi,)XiIatn
Your flag and my flag. and oh. h.- '.- The Florida East Coa-t Railway Ifreight rates, larger schools and lin r a. ,r ptovvr rh-. article i l- rh j -e Il-.......... -Wilian S. .T.nninis
much it ho.ds' heartiSa co-operated witni Ensign ''r'
uh a-tily co-ol orat.,,i with Ensign tctlhorchps, quicker transpora: ion in tzh ,, e-,in1r 1,:;t "Z1,1 paper a.--------------..... .... ), l B r,,war,
Your land and my land secure within Paul.I cres a irn o h pr i
its folds: la word. lmor,- joy and t happiness in all w s ti, in ,nrft- a! The vei-,i. ,,f '-*"': ....-- -. 1lherr W (;i ihr-i.
Your heart and my heart beat quick-br The railway conimpan. showed that: directions
at the sight. it is not rite that "corp)o!ationi have', w r ", ,.I,, the t+'r-,S-
Bun-kissed and wind-tossed, the r. nWe t wantr r at 't.ni.!i to think ,r ..:t.,i itTr. :. f. 1
and blue and white. no souls. IT just shows that the f t he t f war ani more ofI ,, . ,, ,
The one flag. the great flag, the flag f-r 1h a ve got to be oaproact ,d in c'l 'h t .- .\ tn -. rht ,-i'.. ,. <; "n i
mloaedall.elfor Themteed au a got th no '' fT'n heir full-
Glorified all else beside.. the rod an. f or Ih o I'I Ii' The inhabitants of the int..r.,,r ,.r- ., rai, ;, ar
white and blue. I part. shl -m a sli halanx an A GOOD ELECTION JOKE I. n K.li.-, i v
shmild lfotti asoid 5)1phalanx an.! tio- AGODEETO JOE\l. 'f \1.\1i-iO (U1''
---- ---- Through the iintorce -sinn of' Ens~ign ., *i, *r, >. r> -hp n fv '
Through the intit '(' i, Elign A Iinant of our law olaker s for ev\er -T ,. .. . \ .. a 't i ra
FRIDAY. JULY 3. 1908 and Mrs. Paul the railway company ; Tlt- M,,:n N-, -c. ie *.t -i 'ti .
'i p million ot f ollar- appropria t el To th ) f t),
not only fulirnished th-se poor people tlo i. -o(i j"ie i ,.!* '- ; i l r. F ...r ,vi''.: Thh t hY. ,i-'itS
tptrpo~sos o~f \vat hat two nlillioll< of h ", ,n"I:l;i'
Mrs. Frank Gould is suing her hus- w-itlh free transportation, .ut provid- tial's sholud I alirolriau t, th it w-,rn: t:'l-e that he ::1- ,dtn $',"
band for absolute divorce. et an al)ndiant and lpalatal)le lunch I "Tht lo't. ultln,: i h',,w ;t .,, in dividd- f:. Srna
!lthini-s that lw on,.-to rh,- whit--wing ed: t;t)l r
for each one of them. S-j),r ... f t ) :i, o! \ ih t 1 i- ., ,- t- v a tha
Good roads not only lead to good Besit the lunches iores)arel tv Ills 7 Zeru s of p ee'., r ,u o s' tl r'-i-i" hin. n r h, a e, l-,: (f ", .. h' ,,l i .a h. i ",i t -
"- he tr+'lrch ,ha h, is- ,il,iiit.r th '
towns but are thl making of good th railway co iany, hi.h consiste Lt u ian the construction offi- li.wI -i t.
towns.--Gonzales (Tex.) Inquirer. o tWO daintysanwiche, a gnerous lt Of ri'rS. the rtlak fish of one i tl a- i'tr
t, merit Ofheir canii-iareWhyt-wkwnfishtoflone soon a:-iTjho'irirt' Prd'ct-le-tit 1,11 flwin
John D. Rockefeller. the millionaire o delicious cak an oia i fo-l of the other? ', a ii nari
oil king. is to write the story of his Iiec' of ie. and i)ickl-st lnu lmaile 1. life. It promises to be graphic and was s l)llid, torn all ly the arnimy. Two, LET'S BE SENSIBLE AND DO E, *t, : -:-', :- ,.i ;. h,, h ;--,:l-' i .;i-jill i.- 'i i, f. -'ll-
interesting, large blocks ot Till's- i(, c- ail for AWAY WITH FOLLY "lIi: i h -' o -i i 1 ;iIt ie *'\ ltl
each lierson. sevenI larg.- crat,.- 1of ____,I, ,,'Ie ; 'n-ir (atniiAtr+. ,>n "I. inc t- \*i, t-,,.. (,o,.'t; ioltt. '1., ire-ti that
Hon. Fred T. Myers of Tallahassee. )inep apples. a half ountl of candy andi l'h! $1 ,l,.'i,,,',,, in ,'V stedl, in the war- '- "'i- T;,'-'". ...,.tn,', pritl -, i.-- ,rl,.-ct
was elected president of the satteo bar a )ag of lpeanuts for each child. Iln an-, shi,>s lov inl San Frantcis(co lliar')or
association. succeeding Hion. Robert ticipation of th ir comiina,-. Mrt. Marks. would irratiaate tt. ,,, acr.-s ,i liti,. "' -a, i*,t. ; .;t .i .-j,, ; ; ., ...:t .. t ha
.... ....l o'thei .Olli iZ s. M _. +fl" l rr'na . IIi I "',I Ia(""5 ii
lal~~ abo. b ke a ia~z b s et an pox.~'holis ur I21.ee~e.-. I')\ttt'-,, 111tthI Ilirr,,:'. ,nt :t M tid(-:. +, h C ;- ~!i''i;+.U :-- L,,,, n ,'i I ..... It i'r._.el"
L. Anderson of this city. la lad.s ant Palo |0of fishl an~l, presoli+nt+d to) -hlit:e . :i in < t, .a(ch fanii!v fitx acr s,,.s. ; ;i i '"
Down in Tampa Mr. Stockin is eek-0 Speakii!g of this uit iq tx,,i;' lon. 1land. Thai a nl i l of nion i, w .;;I : tIl,! S,',' i,) ;Il"!,:.- lo ,k- i-r tlp". ,, I:;'.. ;i j.i,]+ .;p }' x. it> .t;',i
ing a divorce from Mrs. Stock in. j ithe M r )opol),is sa.s; lit a ;i railroawl from thl Ar!atlan ti c:iT:l i r l ,)'.i- iil.. a .-r;'i:_ ,, ,-;t"- rnr,,i
The Tampa Tribune says that the 'A.\t 1 o'cl,),k e-ryon,, lint.: in jtb.h Pacific. and such I r' own.i! l Vy .
pair of Stockins got mismated. in th. -liavilion. ani ntarched to li. th, l)ooi)lc v would' d S qoletzt every ,idrot nl l, '' ,' 'i '* "i t .. ,:. r.i i; tr \ at ,- ,,
outir do,t )r to rtCdceivo ,iti r '.-p- 'Tiivt of water iout of railroadI s of th. c, n- i o'l ;i t,. r.- j i o k!i'.-
Mr. W A. Bethel, who has been luinchies, with the patience an. :,-cci:- ;ry ".i' ,i", ;e-K ::iui; ; t-l i> n i,'' u- ,i ,- K hi- !t.'a l rt}- ,.r >tl, :l'u f,,r-
light house keeper for -.2 years at K-y ion akin to military i nr:I. t1n-. T1: hat aolnt of >nev ioui I t i 1, I him t. cnin i iiii iWk n'
West, is d(lead after a brief illness at gamiies with prizes, attac -. w :'- en ,:l- ni .equi) a iinatlional tet-'Igraph andi tod- t !., an I s. itl ilan t) ,. rt; v.l,)!n.l '
the age of 67 years, joyed b\- all. ,-,: -, e, syvstem which, if l pr pe'rl\ con- il i' Wi t !Iit' f i 1 X the lt
of Plot-idta ,.,xtlu-'l -di., to, ,,-in (ilch,,,t-t -. i,,klahon,ti hast- rh.- g~iiarnt.~.,.- ,b..
'--~Lo .* "The following officers. t!',ae- litT'i itl'! WOtull! oa far twiward relivinth Ti Clik n.i n .laia ha h- nrn-1 -
One of the pleasures of the last cam- and friends ,)laced their lovina 1 idst i he p)op)le of thi.t tremenilous nlonoj- alil---- r-'; t---k----- --- n .. ,- "(t at, t.' fl.,- .- -,- '
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lla |irn w-s tho nriviht -"+-,,,,f .isi-li--,c.r h,. I +" l.. ......-. .. .. ,"'t......

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SLIe o )lIlo'si i'lo. ino te tiatIe memn ers tj ret ,lisipatch t.,,Is oIf it.- ope;'.t i
of the late clul) havo co(.)n liidel i that ion in the fir-t hank failiure- .--14, -t
,here is no -t.se to) pull !he slide while the tla wenlt into effect: \\'it in ,,ie' At "*'i r- t -
they still ha.-e the mirror in which to hour from t) he t til 1e H I M Snit,'lk. Ok- ;,.'neilin ,,t a, p';:, I, r-h. e -
gaze and ser, the, same thing,. lahoma banking commissioner, ha hit,- iai'.-,r .,nid ".. ;I Ir.,-. .
-'The soutivenirs have been retire,1 taken charge, of the- Internati tial I.ank ()t p: 1in'..:- V.i,.- i ; .i ,
pernmaneith." of Colgate he, had authority t)o pa!t th* somen-th;ng .-,. li,, ro '-in lit,%.%
t o sfort tineeposithrs in full. though the lai ik'- p,. w. t '- l t- ., .iA
We regret the misfortune that has (,h and available funds in other i, ,
betallen the Tallahassee Sun, [t has ^ ... ^ .> ^
befallen the Tallaha-,st-) Sun. It has banks fell $22.0ioom short o)f the tiital Thin,-s ar.- ci, iinic itn, .i ei.... -l
gone into partial eclis. Its size has amount of deposits The comntiii-miim- in this c,,,intr, A \ p.ll<-n.t,,n intt N \.w
been reduced to eigh-t pages, and it enabled to do his uner the ()!ean w-...e .. n
er was enahlol+d to do this ,tn-thr the W,, lran-, was a'.'.trv :rr.,-t...1 Inin
has come to the )arting of the ways operation of the new banking law. and a(ctiall- tine.l i.," .lan- I..-.' r, "h-
with Cartoonist Taylor and Editor this is thte first time it has btlen call gang for 4' r,- ii.-,n'h- ',- C,j...- j
Reese. Political battle., the same Pd into ,use. Unlor the oper-ation ,i *.-itor
as battles with flying bullets and the guaranty banking law in Oklah, '
slashing sabres, are portentious in ma. a tariff of one cent is levied irpn, i In a letter rt1o Mr R,;ui.S -;..- ;-- .
their results. In its rleducel size. the average annual Ieposit' S of the l I San Fr-ancis. o i,.-i,.'-. R,.,.',.',*
however, we shall continue to enjoy anks, and this money is used in pay-i-. tlyhatr i' is "Jil-t ..i ',,-. I. 0 .
its bright, sparkling, scintillating nent in full of all depositors o()f an in- .', boy pllti,,rac ai w A'it',t Th-
r* %' ] V 't^ '. at t'l

men. There were all sorts of amusements That by salting the water when '"* ., ,,., -,--t-, solvent state hank. after th,. fut*s
--- l)rovied ,to interest the excursionists, poaching eggs they are rendered whit- tilme. Editor LEnl thrusts art as hav exhausted.
James S. Sherman. the republican an.l the day was pl)ronouneP a most | r and clearer. A certain French sharp and snmooth., as polishoil steel.
,.hantinever fail to give enjoymvnt to Mr. Cleveland was nothing V a doe-
vice presidential rnomine- of the Chi- happy one. !cook adds half a teaspoonful of vine- anto never fal to ," ,om ow
cago convention, is reported very ill While we are doing so much to save zar to every two quarts of water when h, wh a hin w l trinaire is s l ncesr bh t t .-,
at Cleveland. Ohio. and it is possible souls weo might not to entir-ly neglect poaching eggs. written. nt is sc wa itrity.
~~his coulrage' andt t'is (i )nll'fll) ~tn-lrse
that an operation nmay be necessary, the bodly. That pork sausage are less grnasy Th, it r of the Maison Recorder witin the raius of his nlnta i-m
All the former president are now Th- physical liako a.s- str'o,-- an whOl- broiled. Prick the skin of each' h. 1 (oi-no. out of th p)ri- r was a g, jl' f n or ,t-
dead. When Mr. Roosevelt shall re- apeal to ouIr n .yipathios a the -pir- sausage once in the eter before mare y ) bo n ;he worst shape (of all. i pnrpose.. it.l a kin !v mn
tire fom office he will have the dis- itual ant a erson wvho i.s hovering cooking. t. lH p roiei.el otuCle chu our i Ala- wanted ,o d n hino
tire frm office he will have the dis- with cold. or suffering the pan.-s of That pulled bhread is delicious wi" h bama a convict inspectorshi in i the atit of restr int h hiia, [ in'
psiention of tbing the onlYr livingdeX hunger an thirs-t is not in a frame soup. To make it. cut crusts from a vnt of t e loction of Mr. S tockton towar Tthe lowly an a ist'ut f th
president. It sems we are destinedone of mini to contemplate the bounties loaf of broad just from the oven. With if he would make an affidavit that lhei
Son oneand beauties of our Creator. a fork pull the bread apart into strips heard(, .enral ilchrist sav. crrtainresnt advice andSrewhatr
Mr. J. 0. LaFontisee. who was ar- While prayin- for souls. the Salva-lfivy inches long and quite thin. Dry things that ho .did not say.. He was trision. I loin t of fact h t' a
rested by Mr. Stockton's campaign tion Army is settng: an exanlM- 0f th'ni in a slw- oven until crisp) an.! a atht full hane.1.^. has: iar, ti s.vnrla1l1i h ,. w .llti,;
mIanager on the eve of th election furnishing m neat to the liodit.s an lre- ,-ilicatoe lrown Th,- are often used wih h his papr, ani in his "ft'1 o ui m, a as ln- I-
manaer'o th eve of he eecton.liiv- il -Ihe slllreloant Las nt-,vots atforial,,iniors f,
charged with "criminal libel.'" has lihvin he somnlrentss that itit.trvohs at formal .1iners. h. says thatl hi- li ha- I cnit woman. --o ir r.niria .
been discharged. So this ends a sel- along th,, lin of lovet' wit'l a Thar o'linarfly 'ir egs ae dli- in wixkesin.-s., ai i st I He ow '
satioanl case. leanm ot It sunshine iu with OW ed butte. tsays that he s r iiih the ,i il toy Pi one t' 1. .t'at l'i of n -
.\tdeAni when pli '( ,i'io aipprachd. s.o rhrTh talt', p(o nfill Of I ut i:- a and l iis- PW i.. ^,in INi t', M. th i ist o tiir, ut if he ht' t,,li Ill:',. ,,,
Since the recent decision azain>t ht io readily anl, kIladIv tliis railway frying pani. 't tlhe pan over a bri.k chitch ani< lio( ..- t, l,-ai a t.i' !iflt a t ti(.ian liIg to h I, '
the Tampa water works in fa\ -," off cotnpany joined in tio io is shaI.' ti',', l" tthe >!tor turn aI light brown r -, ,l f ... .. .. .
the Ta p wae % il TO t~- s>thtaroii.., .. .

either is ri~ticuloizq

berawl 'of i,7. e. ...'.e n

ill Ci'itflil?~. A t'i tin ;oir.. e

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Limbs Below the Knees Were Raw
-Feet Too Swollen to Get Shoes
On-Sleep Completely Broken
by Intense Itching and Burning-
Well in Two Days and Says That

"God ble the man who first r,.m-
pounded Cuticura. Some. tw-, m, ntha
ago I had a humor hbra.; ,,,t .1 my
limbh below my knte". Th.-v ,-anm, t.)
look like raw beefst.ak. all rl A t n
one know.3 how they ith#Ni ani 'o'in-,..
They were so swollen that [ h.t.t ,,
split my drawers ,,*n t. .t -r *h..rrij ,n
and could not got tnv h,.- r,. f. *-%
week or more-. I i-.'i fiv .,r -:l xI
ferent rem ,'die-- an- I *t n. h.'.; *\'..
when applynlgn thein rhe, hir'rn< w4M
worse* aril t h ,,itt'hinf 1l<,r.. rt. rn.m
I rem ,mltirn*l that I had, i r.t .f .',.
cura and trio.l it. Fr,,rn \h.. n *tn.-.
it touched mie th, it,'-hn Wt. '..n. I
I have not f'lr a hit ,f ir .in- I-*
swelling went down an, in rw,, .t.- I h ,I
my sho ,'nri and iwA al,,,ir a- ..a.
I ,nlv wish I had i4-,id rhh. i ,.-i
Retnedi'es in the* first ,f nv tr".,,..
They would haiv -.iv.-t m- tw r
throe wee-kA -)f intn-, iuff,.ring. D'ir-
ing that tin I d1.i n-,t -I ani h it
a time'. bilt w. i tp a;plv:ri h
remedite a.a I ha' I. Hn'-.frTri h.*
Cuticura Remot'ht w witl ar ,ir *" '7v
household izx--.ii r-*-'ta-'i>d (*."
B. Farlev. .5 4 ,, S 'ir i Stat. .-it.. ,'.,. '-..
N. H.. M 14,- l')."

Eczemas and Irritations, Cutkura
Is Worth Its Weight in Gold.
Tho .suffering which (''iri" Sp
and lOi't'ira ( )int rI.-ri, hav- a;:.'v;:i-d
amn th,' v,',,un r :n 'l h' <-rh. i,.r .,r th,'v
havy- aftT-i .r-.Ai .-r anri w mrr0m
paront. h- '. ,t f ,' ,\..ir ad .^r^ in in
C ,'intl ... h ,rip,- ,t.. -,'*i, ,.!.,. f ,,- r~h. and <- a.'. lrif rt'i r- ,-rh h'trr ,, .
ehat"fr -. an, ] *. h r,r .
sralv. ,nim;.v -I ir-1i :t!it h, irn '.,4.
w.th 1.,- *,f hair .r'. ..-.ld v a.,-u,--
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Under the ca n "Bryans Cd TENNESSEE STRONG Pray tell me why." the Onion asked.
dacy, As I See It." Mrs. W. H. Felton. A special from Memphis says that; ,rnlv one !)ap)er in tb, entire state "In all this blazing sun.
I fI should be wrapped in seven coals.
one q#the most intellectual women in !not in the memory of the oldest Ten- made any derogatory charge or insin-
Georgia, writes as follows: nesseean has this state known so hot iuation against the private character When I don't needl but one?"
I do not flatter myself that anything a campaign for the zovernorshi,) asof General Gilchrst an1 that paper ..
S- .. .. I is edited bv a woman.-Punta Gorda I cannot see you all. mny friends -
I may write in this connection will that which closed Friday. Former eadi. T o n. ..si .." a
_. ^ .^ .. "- t'Herald. The corn said-*' [ am blind;
change a vote in Georgia or at De-United States Senator Carmack is the We don't blame the women. If we But as for ears. no better ones
ver; but it will give many persons who tu s or ears. no ottr ons;
er.u.. t i wi. g a _o opponent of Governor Patterson. who were a womnian, especially one who T. ..a m .. e
believe as I do. grim satisfaction to ,i n. .. snhThnan mine you 11 ever find. :
say: "I told you so." after the No- is re-nomination. joint ha never enjoyed the bliss of connu- nplalit a
member election this year. l 'bates between the opposing candi-lial felicity, we d bemoan him j
We have been pegging along in Mr. !dates have been held in many places with every reprehensible adjective Whose face was round and re;1:
Bryan's wake for twelve years andi throughout the state and have scrv- that the lnguals. Italian. Chinese andi o te tose at it al
twice he wax. nominated and botbed to excite the political fever of the Spanis languages contain. He de- d not beet" he sai.
times badly beaten. Has the presi- voters to a white heat. The question serves it all. A man of his fine phy-
dential timber played out? !of prohibition has been injected into sique, genial, happy disposition, cash "Your faculties." the pea-vine cried.
In the name of peace and common the campaign, with a majority of the in an( then refuses to share Dear friends. I won't dispute:
sense what are the Democrats to ex- icrusaders under the milk white ban- such sunshine with one of the fair But my bud has grown a pistlo
pect when they prepare thus for de-I ner lining up with Senator Carniack. angels, deserves their severest con- A t i g o shoot'
feat, instead of victory at the polls- Patterson was first elected for a d"in.ation. A word to you. General:
Have they given up and are merely ^trm of two years on a platform that Quit your tooli shness. Cone over to never." said a Carrot small.
drifting" pronounced for local option, for hon- ta If so. why put up a fight under such elections and for a real of the select o of our ls th itrt .Hean anything in all m lite
bgdsack assessment law. His defedlers and loveliest flowers that ever hloom-1t

'b ck .ntt a.Hi o -i. --- altk Ne -
rigid conditions? ahhae' lu k.tk ir The 'way t hose stizB~n
I agree that Mr. Bryan has a grip j on DEmocratic leaders that is unusual his pledlges and rhat he is fair'lv en- to the ")rnatoral mansion. there
and mysterious. He seems to hypno- Iit ld to another term. by all the riulestep For fear that I should laugh aloud,.
i eve r y o ofa ,thm i ad ,therealterc t. I 'eativ\ ev#-ry moment ofy our life.
tize everyonem- of them and ther(iafter OTpecedent. I had to run away.
lie is master of the situation. The Carniack. who was a senator fo six I mt those fuen, ni ,.u
are lieMp and helpless after he siroike ,ye ars. an wa defeated for a s"od ; l l 1 At dier-tieto next A..Ist41
them. He had an unusual chance in 'orni. has rallied to his support a ma-1 HONOR TO DEAR OLD MOTHER -(ornolia C(hanninig Ward. in July
ISWK, but he was badly defeated. His jority of the tPeiperance people andt ___ Designer.
chance in 1901, was worse wecaus- he The niore radical eleenT of tlil par- Time h scattered the snowy lake ...
was handicapped by that defeat. AsitY. His platform is very siniiiar to h h. of LOST-Between Citra and Reddick,
I see it now. it is a forlorn hope to! that of Gov. Hoke Smith of Georgia. 1 10 ,1 i are t bid dog four month whier with
hei'Mi is r hi n liver colored spots. Liberal reward
put him on the track when he failed !who was receniv difeatetd in the Pr!- jihiuiink, but those are lips which have for return to J. S. McAllister, Citra,
to earny his own state, county or marines of the state. If Carmack should kissed awa ?tiiany a hot tear from Fla., or Any merchant In Reddick.
town in the last presidential election1he elected it is likely that a demand 1 ,. c ,-I+h cheek. and they are the rue, conventions were frequntly
for his party. for state-wide if 'ohw.'.lislaeio old -1 Ii vet+-r .iI I1 fl the world. The eve % manipulated but what do you 'Think
It is noticeable th.t the Republicans ; mediately follow. T he siate is already i iimi ye, itlow. witita sot t radi- o te primary its opportunities
are not saying anything against Bry- "ary' except for the larte 'cities.i toly I. ve that call never fade, for graft, to say nothing of the induce-
an. as an opponent. They are willing Much Abuse Ohi. yes, sle is dear old mother. The it h ou f the demagogue?
"to let sleeping dogs lie" when Itheyl The campaist just closo-i hais !.eei t s:..ds of tim' are early rls t out, but Palatka hews.
are "at outs- so badly among them- marked by much vituperation an i1 feeltide as she is. slh will go further
selves Mr. Bryan i5 not bothe-ringVc' lS Os h~on dt sides. The records a nij r;rach doii lower for 'ou than Sheriff-elect Robert A. .Jackson of

them worth a cent. They can roll a te ofn ht o ith c anli)at hlXot walk in-l Hills boouWgh co4nt is suffering !tron
the same old guns and clear off theot it a fine ttootli comb. i; ii-ii whe' shel cannot see a nervous break-towi, hut his cindi-
samn e old battlefield, if M r Bryin is It 1is all Ilelt, ltd t, ( arln iacn.. otee i ya( y lt (cI ol(t entry a prison whert e ion is re ,'po te as so mnewhat itnlprv,,v-
N no !l I ( I I 't ll ,) l:l I '! \, i 1 1 0 n e r s ) h r o e I r ,I a o i ia t iI )1-.... '( )v
the DeImocratic nonT inee Of al. ,heo', o "t p 'l 1I" l .ts a s, % will k e.,p her 'out: you cain never in.i Thgese pririmariais a'-e awfully '
fat lous arrangements I have eve- r .and radical eletient. one'' .les'frihe llt : ;li -,alffi,, too hii.th for her to sitrainiIng on tIll(e nerves of the canili-
seen,I this concession io Repuldican them0 as "'l')!tical w vatraLn.s and m tF:tnl p ',.'aclh andil 1,'!s.--1,o1u wirth her deathlelss d1atles, anill somelities onto the n,-rves. '
hopes wishes on the eve of a .mo- m atl"rio" t .s"I motey a cre"w as etver if) \hft i word, despises and of their friends as well.
01 ,,W,] t,111t.w!r;.l Of-ap iI\ ,a n d o fr "-l 'r(fr e n d .-,,a s %x-ole
critic convention. eats t*he ban'i. tel t,' aO oi a ilrivzoe'r .1.). or, t., ;(es yo l thy t wayside to die
1 an an old lady ani have seen a c"a\l tether il" te "- wl ii ti. t d l iorh will Once ore we propounhil fi' oery
tr ix 1 ', ti ali i..l "" "" :" .un !no r \ ,i l. l dear o ,l~d Ill -- ... wlll~
good many presidential campaigns un O The popul is' S. w aae M` now T,1 : bii li r fethle 0141 ariEs and andbel'-lf tort an answer oow mct
since the war. But I never saw such PP rt hi (a ;" i- : "T ." 'ir'-V v il.,tni an l tell you of )i all di t "h E 'vrglales S. gar and Land E
ar, a ('I1-.i'-1 1 c llih p~la'+ ~ ttfw l ,1 c n1d is o o f 4 tH l d l .
a time as this when one man in *ach a!'e a .i "l. woe i .latfo -i Is ,l. i.'. 11111ilt \ vol almost foget conipany Ipay for the" :;. acres o
party has the power and authority to danimitt.' The l.pro'lliitiollist.s. now, hv ,)l!' s,,,;. s .,ii-iu'ed by vice. landl which Broward declared to he
~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~*Carniack `.s ]wwoln i fionds.li- honceide- lhla a cet h la pl
sav, "do this and he, doeth it." ant.l "aack's b O fries, t o do-" I -r a cheer her e- worth $1) an acre to the 'great heart-- d
"swallow that anti he swallow h'" iinoneo, as a "wildl-e'e I hainl of pa- 'linll ', .tr witth devout ion.-Enid eil Ieople of Floridla"--Tamnpa Trib-
glit line.
and "go anti he oeth.'- W ith abso-triot liadt ,t'ild k with th 1 I -'(i)lt (' Evetst unet.
ann go an,, le +---1,ara,,,mee of,-e"iagtw. ant i la )E I '
lute nonchalance Mr. Bryan thus di-t harangue of Iemang,)gue leaders,." ans,
rects a once rea an'l powerful polit- 'as "a receptacle for all tl,o refuse anal ALMOST LIKE FLORIDA \Ve atont want to le classed with
ctal o animation tirnip)-tol)s of politics." the "I told you sos" but we felt that
ical organization.
Once upon a time the Democrats Governor Patterson. too. is accused The London Globe giv-es the follow- .lohn Stockton should not have mixed
h d th silent. the house and sen- y the Carmack followers of too at luin-ii l descriptions of the land of Moroc- a prohibition drink with the bourbon -
had the president, the h use- aud se-...., -"
de n o th oha nthin.\e ant language. one of the phrases do: democratic article. 'Tis that which
ate and now they have nothing save o
Mr. Bryan- Ephraim is joined to the iwhich has risen to torment hint re- Morocco, w., learn from a consular gave his litfe-long political opponents, .
idols. ferring to newspaper men as 'pin- report, has a choice climate, fine seen- the corporations, the cherished oppor.
nd to make it worse, the seem o headed editors. ery., great wealth of earth, and sea tunity to "do him up.--St. Augustine
And let him and" sky. ast of precious met- teor.
be utterly helpless: either elect him NO NEED OF SUFFERING FROM vat suples precious met
or get rid of him. RHEUMATISM als. and the soil has never been ore JohnMitchell. who claims that he
....... .. ^....... ond chante* ------ than scratche,1 lv the crude wooden"
With Mr. Taft coached and cape than scatche by the crude has never affiliated with any party
S r Roosevelt and Mr Brv It i) a mistake to allow rheumatism ploWs ot the people-a soil that will a w
roned by Mr Roosev elt.an, y. It is except the democratic party, might
-"it would be to become chronic. as the pain van al- give three crops a year. There are .excet
an only on the other side, WOU ays be relieved, and in most cases 1 prove to be an acceptable running
no fight at all and it makes an old cure effected by applying (hanbr- arm winds and sunshine for :100 of pto t residential nominee in
lg ,- , mate for the Ipresidential nominee if
body like myself tired and. impatient lain's Pain Balm. The relief from pain the :1A65 da's in the year; O00.000
.d lemslwhich it affords is alone worth manY m ., .. l f ... l... he could control the hole labor vote
to find "the glory departed from Isa- times its cost. It makes sleep and swua mls of ertle a or without respect to labor organiza
tw --soOke respect to labor organiza-
rel." The solid south has exhausted rest pssiblo. Evon in eage, of lont grazing land. broken by majestic
estandng this liniment should be us.,d mountains, or swept by foothills, tons.
Itself in vain. on account of the relief which it af-
There has never been a time in the fords. 2, and -,o c1nt sizes for sal- crossed bhy rivers and bounded by the "Plai drurks- are no longer re-
histo of political parties in the it- b a drugists. m sea on two sides. There are vasT for-lased with a reprimand by Judlge A.
ed States when the administration THOSE BEDIMPLED HEBES ts an alual srbs, ani the sea ight municipal juge in Jack-
party was so valuable. is enerously sup plie with millions sonville. He is now assessing tnem 4
It is spending tax money like water. Now. let's talk alout t hese rt.l head- 0 fish. Despite the many centuries $15 and costs or thirty delays at the(
Ir f of life. Moro)cco ha's not been develop-
Time and again the sapient leaders of ed. bedimpled hebes of the Florida of lif. Moros ha not bee ioevelop- city's famouss "Ras)pberry Park." The
the Republican party have forcibly de-I Gulf coast. -Apalachicola Times .l-it is almost judge is d determined to break utip the
dlared that more money was going out We do not know how they- are now. ,. ... ,.. ... ... . x gang of regulars who appear before c
than coming in, but the note of warn- but about th, time of the civil war,. tra e 1his court.
tn mg .. .t a w'iunter it loves a loser' whIo can4
ing fell on indifferent ears. Panic with when they began to refugee into the t. go it -aai er wfa G
m ank tc has passed over this interior, they were as sweet and pret- grin an o () aain The efeatedodon of lsorouh con
much bankruptcy pa lfttheir imprint- candidate can smile anti look ty,. i hearing of a niutber of cases

.m atip Pon, rini aond heres ,i p u i- ...ge T he -v ,,f th i ,m in n 1, :h tu: F ..* a1,t, (l t ,O of-d ntv l "aplnly to 1,,'in tary ot ci,, s^ sn
great nation b. co" ". g -1u.:g.a.. ,, .;, .Th pleasant and not feel discourageda willn an-., whiskey alr for -,in .
out money the billional tthe time. on the south of those days that the!il al not e disouadagaist whiskey d e r. for ke p
... .hod the friends" hle ha.;. anti draw oth-i t ei l a.es of business on -ri
and it we only had a successful lead-. corrosive effects of age seem to make h tpe their lla('es ot busIns on l-i
aduIt we ona\- noh. ,,-k "' r,,, fers to hinm. Governor Broward for|, a election di .le'ia tht tere
couni -n "\try of the inovi- no im pression. If not red- healed thev i, ." "iar" election day,,"t. hl c e at t ,
er to warn this country o n I n te instance, is no less popular now than was.- no law copellin them to lo-e
...x-. I.--i obliged to Come. be- were b~edimnpled hebhes all right. _1 i *ii<*a oplin nmt ~s
table which is obliged tra right. before the primary. and the people of their places. Judge Gordon holds that
cause of spendthri t poci (li GRAND FAMILY MEDICINE Florila will final father use for hi t ro lar election
nant4 w ud try to save their! R N A IL E I I Ethe laws re'latinig O t-Mulf eeci n 4
nant people wouit t th tue. A' t candidate for of-, d n p to primary elections in
country from ruin anti check t -I, gives n.- s;wi% i flee who conducts his campaign mai-.ti regard.'
ful waste before it is too late. v,,k I.: I' l,.:n wi wt.,, h- i Coll resorting to a ul se of '
u w. no shin ain sig t but. 1 Mr. Frank I ionian N 'f.. 4 > f1 s1 >i .,
But we haoe notk.^ ''It's o gr-.rn' family" t L.tse opposin hiim., can stantid dl-'!ai A yowtnt watn at Lontg Branc>,. N. .1.
threadbare Bryanisni: W horse than tit.'. ici ne far oy~p p.i;< at i liv.-r 'a: Wi h ti'i more renitv t he ut io0c1ed a iia wi'e it the plait of
all. we will never male the countryy plicati'1- alt"\!1.1'; \" erwise iiu'' -e i f-r1)W1 ha :" h.k aonsolifl,-- alllt andl ret
*-'i;"-x *. n .io M r- Roossevelt cann )i do x% -aIVi i ib 'TT-. t ,a r-t ine U it..ll .,;e li an^ I \Vn ret'














(Written for the Ocala Banner.)
cut my northern trip this year- c
I will not go at all. r
Though l'nm fond of fun and noise.h
Swas nmy calm. deliberate choirse, 1
o stay an! go with all the boys-
To see our nine play ball. T
he "choo. choo' train sounds
mighty good
When starting on a trip, I
o where the sun is not so warm.
he gay mosquitoes do not swarm.
o happy days down on the farnm-
It makes me want to skip.

ut this is not a circumstance,
'Twill be far wilder fun
o hear our fans* big loud "haw.haw."
fnd yet again their low "guffaw."
o see them then the glad air paw
When ouir boys pound out a rlun.

he, whole of Leteshirg will bLe here
On the great and glorious Fourth:
.nd if our bloys just get to make
An 1S-karat play.
n maybe we won't yell a few
nd thumip each other black and blue
A.nd wilpe g lad tears away.

cannot wear this suit n h, n:ic ore.
(My wife say-s. not at all:
"1 like to buy a Panamna hat,
uit though my pocketbook is fla-it.
11 cheerfully minor, all that.
And see our boy)s play ball.


t ur famiilv wire, all ).rn atid r.ii-,'.
n Iowa. and htlav usti',il (hiaib-rl;t,'s
'elic. Cholera an d D)iarrh)ca Rb'i',.I-
11ade at ID)s. M lnes) for v,.:ar-. W,.
now how go)d< it is fro, l.,n, 'xp.-ri-
1>,.f in thil tUs. ,'- i it. TIl f k't. V l'-.p ill
1 Paso, Toxas. th,- wri;..r's lift. was .
av.id b)y the prit n 11Jt use .f this rm-
Y. ,We arte np w .igag.-l iin thil t .t'r-
aitilf businI. a! Na ; in,.- Fl4, ..
nl have intr'.luc.,l th,, r.t t ,.v ki.,...
t las prv'il v.ry sit.,.'ssful "and
instantlyy grwvin.g in fi', 'i.'.-1':nnii .
i'.is. This r,-i.-dyv is for s ;t liv 'l!

3y Using the Celebrated Burrowes'
Rustless Screens
Keeps out flies and mosquitoes and
loes away with the annoyance of nets.
Also have DuBose's hardwood floors,
aid over your old floors without any
inconvenience. The only sanitary
floors In use. W. E. DuBose, 318 W.
F'orsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. 4-24-w








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When you visit ()cala on the ()Ocasion of the Fourth of
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* Registry No. 1850. VoL V.
SH. BEATIE of Rosendale, Mo..
has registered in the Regist.tr
of the American Saddle Horse
Breeders Association, of Louis-0
ville, Ky., the Bay Stallion,.
Foaled May, 1S99; Markings.
__ __ _
Sire, Poindexter, No. 338.
Grand Sire, Black Squirrel, No.
S 58.
Dam, Daisy B.. by Wild Roe, *
S No. 355; he by Montrose, No.0
Second Dam. by Drenude 3rd.
* by Old Drenude.
0 (Seal) I. B. NALL, Sec.
* Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2, 1903.*
* Sold and transferred this 8th *
* day of October, 1907, to J. C.0
0 Howell, Anthony, Florida. 0
S S S 0

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 foel;
$2.50 when mare is bred; balance
when mare Is known to be with foal.

J. C. HOWELL Anthony, Fli.
Phone, 2 rings on Anthony Line.

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UWLN BULLETIN ness into the channel of settling, THE NEWS FROM REDDICK the success it was intended to be, al-
M down.- though there are other defects that
.f.- o Queen-The Motto, Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Car- Mr. Mayo Goes to Georgia, Thence to might be mentioned, htut there is
E- *u~y"-A Birth Announced jter, at Carter's Pond, on June 14th, a Colorado-A Word About the Pri- enough opposition to the '"imary sys-
lecial Car. Oala Bmnner: girl. mary-Thinks the Voters and the tern in high jilaccs to defeat any
Well the election i sail over now-; Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stevens Newspapers Purchasable amendment that, might be offreo.1.
are now residing at Crystal Rive:'. Special Cor. Ocala Banner: If rh? republicans would lt usil
And now al! for Sunny Florida pull, jLaT week Mr. S. H. Blitch marked Mr. F. C. Mayo. after winding up alone, and w( toli,1 ke< p the candi-
Covering every inch of rope within a number of pigs numbering seventy- his mtnlon shipments here. return,1l to ,:d.-,s from ->ak:n- ox 'r Tb, wire and I
nlans -jro r adb;u odoi that were as fat and sl',k as (torgia last week, where he h.,s a st;+t::ti, :n t:->, :`'.-. 'n-il tne ('ops0
P ll w::b tbh ,'i:' oc on Everglade bull 'coUM i They were fatpn.,l on are a,-.reage, o ( s.ip.rinitend thre mar- -. lii# W .. ,Q
To fatten andJ .T-ck -'nbacks reams mnullerries. Mr. B. has aiout ;:1', mul- ;>:enn *4f his crops three. He wil j1 oin- wi.y v.i'h ) 'rn;i-i+i Dn-nd !t I
OL reams. -rry Trees on the farm. Tho-e t'' e ,-, proi:-iy re+nain in (G-ir,:a m,'st ofi+--Xry .(1 !'.a wai.-,t *an officee sib- ,
b,-ar fou:r months in the year. Mrs. ;h thime, urtil his coiton crop is gath-j nit his lains.: to The peo;,e To, d ,,ci.-j
As we pen this the sun is in eclipse Bli,"h -ts nothing pass that is goo0 +.r,,d. but will be back in time to p.e- ai the ,ner-'; e?-Tiun. BARKIS. T
and the elements are cool and dark, on a farm. Several years ago she pare to plant a large melon cropl) next' --
sad the chickens are going to roostwn to Mr. Aubrey Frink. at Glen St. year. He will probably make a trip ELECTRA ITEMS
but in the Fellowship continuous Maryv, or these trees, an(l to voods the cattle are lowing, the hors- are fattening the swine and serving as the selection and gathering of his Spi)eial! C')r. Ocala Bann, :
s neighing and mules braying; in shade trees along the farm avenue, cantaloupe seed, as he has done for Mrs. Pillans. who has ,-.u visiing i
their lofty perch the birds are sing- where most of them are planted, several years. He finds this the only her s. Mr..1. C. Pillan-. ,r Turned to
lg, softly singing; over in the city- Miss Belle Haycraft is planning for way to secure the genuine Rocky Orlando Saturday.
Ocaila-church bells are ringing, call-ja trip up into British Canada, to Ford seed, selected from the very We regret to learn that Miss, Amer- U]
fte Marionites to worship, and "Miss Montreal, Quebec. Ottawa and to the best melons. He buys the fields of ica Pillans is sick in Tallahassee. We
Mwkim" comes out into the drawing New England states this summer, to cantaloupes and selects only the very hope she will soon re;cov,-r and return
room today ready for Sunday school spend her vacation. Her aunt will best specimens for seed. home.
in a gown -made in Marion" only, accompany her on the trip. Little MisL Mary Belle Wilson, thewereleased to see Mrs. J. B
d wearing a gorgeous "Merry Wid- The Dickey birds are busy over in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wil- Martin of Oklawaha in our burg Mon-
ew" hat, decorated with thunderheads, the Martel country, just across the son, returned from a two weeks' visit (lay.
amd later on from her lofty pew up Cotton Plant border. They sing that to South Carolina on Tuesday, accom- iss Leona White has returnFR
bere on Florida Heights, she (Marion) Dan Cupid will this summer pierce panned by Miss Blanche McRae, who home from JacksLeona hville. where shs returned
eey prayed for more men with with his arrow six young hearts in went on to Tarpon Springs, where home from Jacksonville where she
the "comngd out" spirit," as she is Martel. she will make her home with. her has been spending some time with her
very much In need of "more gowns The Turner Pond picnic last Fri- brothers, Earl and George. sister, Mrs. Blount. Mr. Blount and
md things," and prayed that when day was a grand success. Jupiter Plu- Mr. J. B. Devore was called to the little daughter came home with her
the next eclipse occurs-in 1918- vius was an unwelcome visitor that bedside of his father in South Caro- on a short visit.
the would then be the queen of the day, but did not greatly mar the lina last week, but his father died be- Mr. Harmon Martin .nd brother
atkm, and that her beaux would all pleasures of the multitude, fore his arrival. Mr. Devore's little have captured a mon-ter alligator.
be in the Hall of Fame. Messrs. Joseph Hudgens and J. L. two-year-old son accompanied him on nearly twelve fet long. It is thought
The signs of the times read thus: Beck were trading in Ocala Monday. the trip. They returned on Tuesday. that he will weigh 0 pounds or
Berlin and vicinity farmers are all The visits, social house parties, etc., Mrs. M. J. Bryant of Leesburg stop- more.
laying by their crops; the women which happened in Berlin the past ped over on her return from district The trout are striking nicely now
frm Key West to Pensacola are as fortnight that we did not here chron- conference at Gainesvile and spent in the Oklawaha river. j
busy as bees canning fruit Politics icle were not, we assure you, were one day with. her friends in Reddick. (;us Waters and Eucene Connor'-
bing over, hard roads and irrigation not left out intentionally. They were Mrs. Bryant has been a valued official hav plante, their corn and Iterieh po-
are the issues discussed down at the left out of this column simply from of the Womans' Missicnary Society tatoes, also their garden on the river
country grocery. Old Sol starts from the fact that we did not get them. of the M. E. church for years, and is prairie. We w!s.h fh'- i:;nch .uccCs.
the Tropic of Cancer to Capricorn Mr. W. P. Nobles andti family of Ear- an ideal intellectual southern lady.'Ts said ithiland y can hea
Democrat delegates are "hitting the ly Bird have moved to Ocala. Redtdick is improving rapidly. last 'Tis said in his lan can hear
trail" to Denver, and Denver, of the TECLMSEH. week we hal a pubic well 14: feet thA y _-_ ., 1.i/,,, ^,r~i ^n tii c/iri^ o~i ^i^ And your p~ump~kin "'ine :',ns tl! ve.ur:
Wld and woolly west, is polishing up ,EVINSTON, BOADMAN sAND Mk o h ei sunk on the square. an(; this ,yont kn, vi .
her keys and getting in tune her brass EV BOADMANwek S. L. Fridv is installing a g as e o n t
band. And July will soon come in INTOSH |plant to light his store and silence. And y .our ,ati, in ,one i:ht. i:a!k" a
and do a lot of blowing over our "Miss Others may conneeCt wi!h his plant mnuy i-al iw. y
Marilon--bless her! And June will : latir. But boys, r O vo"I
SpeialMs. Por.laaOcala. xisimnn col
eave them honeymooning, and the Miss Jessie Howaiid, a niece of Mrs. Mrs. E. P. Thagard 4,as visiting (o,., ,
rest croo-o-nlng. Emi!v Bateman. after si-ending s(''-lMiss Ellen Hiwgins last wek. vh('ln v()ff 0 ,. Mr. William DeHon is up from SL eral yesrs in N' w lexio., ni")v'(d late- \Well. he) primary I+cion is ., year minds res t,
telrsburg. He is in love with the lv to .Jacksonvil!e t( liv,. Ib t b-fo(re in' an the trains are still nnbing, but Thou _: i ,, r,' ivinL ., ,:' 'ri*a ,
"Los Angeles" of Florida. Says St. settling down she made( a visit to h,-r the oa t hnat took the dlefnaedl can- !,t ',va;t' .r' ": .
Petersburg is spreading like hot lava relatives at Evinston an4d Melnto:h. dlidates up Salt River has not return- B(e assure, Tiw; vo)r v.; l ,, J
over the Pinellas peninsula, and the Messrs. Ed Collins and (Charls .oil- ,ed. She pronaly had trouble dis- Its t,'s'
city improvements are keeping neck loway returned ihomio from Georgia chari.in.g her cargo, as it was a very :.v t *" i'. '.'
aad neck with the boom now on. last week, wh r-e they w *nt t ]' pack btilhy o"n. if not weiihtv. Most of
The Farmers' Union will meet at the peaches. IThe candidate? wP hurralih.1 for took X\. ar(' ia,'l1 Te) learn ''..it Mrs. Tilis
Nellowship school house on the 4th. Mr. an(l Mrs. Frank Sampson let this triil. For x-ears we have triod is 11)w 'on val. ,.i t.
Dinner will be carried and a great last \Vednesdlay fo-r W hite Springs. 1 g ,t ()n o t e winning stilde in exery X\Vhil b, rin..in_ )it I,, calves this
t ime is expected, whet they w-ill spends two weeks. mci),lll olhw w+ lasr~rlrninl:" 1atifllittle Ro)lf;Vrtlte ('()tn)'!)nk.r dltis'oV-no
ttsK ts -ted . .-- .l.ct on ll;;:ut"-" somephow wealw;av^ : ,R; ^ :;:r~
We are "in the swim," so to speal From there th,,v expect to *(o t,) Qiin- fis"s it. iOC
cover here in our village. Every San cy for the summer. The pruimary sy'stem is receiving a~ kno)winu. wha i ws 1h+ ,l d 11 to
4aovI w!(,al of attention from the l)l)]ic 14) in,'^t it' i fs family ;i.d,;'l,-.
day we tall the b.ys) hie over to Mrs. Annie Smith. formerly of this ,his state, as well as i The tnf,.r'i's ot our vi.iTiitv ,ire all .A.AAA.
Dine Sink, a bottomless l)ool of wa- nei~htborh~ood. m)it nowO) f Quin<.v. is (;eo)rnzia. it has teen ti ,ed sufficiently- rejoic~ingr ov(r the, nice, rains \\e, have:,,
erauo mlntoU eat Boardnan, attending to herF letisi- *' show what its d(lt'f.ts ai-.'. In 0)r- ben,1 having r.,.,nly;l.
TmPhillips" residence. Here we "'wet ne.ss Mrs. Smith will go) to Oc'ala l~asturighi-esent ,(',inif,,rh system
oa eve an rv t ee oto I"' ft) ollr pr('soe t ])rnmarv svsten 'l < a
our eyes" and try to "get bottom. Lo, iaynand tomorrow rgttnn to ]iet " fine fsh and holding it ui) for iusnaec-
We wet our eyes all right, but it is tod iy Qan onirry. t,) 1 a success we need two amend- n h n hl I i it f
..hmei uic. jnotts. First, to make it a criminal tion th,, fish ,[ropp)e', off and he, fell :1
possible to "'get bottom- Trial af- Mrs. WVillis is v-isitin her pearetnts a i. W a rt' r h t ht
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r dkths for bottom, but each time we' Mr. Grace is delight, at having r ,or g ainst a candidate. and pon t rout. OHN PETER.
me up empty handed and complete- his three, daughters anl two sons. also coplant made to the executive com-
lit empty of breath. This sink has two or three grandchildren home for litt'ei e that committee should in\es- FAIRFIELD FACTS I
so bottom, or at least it has neverthe sumner. Mr. ,,e," ,,'s marri tia iny r'enort alloegse Ito be rtterls.i ---s tes
been found- I fondit t;oin-l to he so put the matter Special Cor. O(calanV.al :|
line fonddaug-hter has not been -at home for;
Jim.L. Dw Bek ani so. Mr G in tho hands of the state's attorney,
Mrs. L. Dow Beck and son, Mr. Gary e as nwe th han oth stats attorney T at.erm,,-on row..:s of Fair-
Beck. spent Sunday in Ocala with M Dell ilson an Mrs. 'Ug him to file information in field have ),(,n quit( leiT sy for the | .[
Ms. W. D.Graham.- MissDe r l of clso. with Miss; W in1the proper cotirt an(l I)rosecute the past few weeks g(.tting thir c '0o) to
Mlse DRegie MeCully. Eleanor ,uvir of Oala with iss \inni offenldr, and if found guilty, in addi- ,pasket.
Secier nd Belle Haycrat are in and John Bouvier. spent s e Br- tion to fine or imprionment his right Mr an. Mrs. R. Y are re-
IImkinger and Belle Haycraft are in aMasls ~kwt r.Buirs ffa(hs hulb ae wyf r .jolting M'r-.hR.aC.IYoarn(', o twinre
Gatesville taking the normal course. parents, Dr. and '-Mrs. Richardson. of franchise should be taken aay for joining over the appearance o) twin
Miss Altahula Beck, the charming ae is ver busy can-rom five to ten years, according to girls at their home last Salt,,da, ev- Q
d aghterof Mr. and Mrs. J. L. eck, t r A a ithe character of the slander. en
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beck, ning tomatoes. He has already put ening.
ft in Ocala visiting friends and rela- up 20 c ad e t p u Second. it should be made a crimi- Mrs. Tate has heen qiite ill for the
tl as many more. t past few days. but we are glad to say
in in Ocala visiting friends and rola- up 2('O0 cans, and expects to Punt up) nal offense to use money in the in-patfwlys uweaegaiosy

Mrs. H. E. Snowden and pretty as many morsey has moved intoIterest of any candidate, either direct- that she is improving.
daughter. Miss Annie Snowden, were t rs. Dorsey has moveinto ly or indirectly, except for his legit- Messrs. o. G. anl XV. .1. Lohrig of
dlqteMisAni Sodeweenew home on Church avenue. Mcln-imt n rpe xess1s!ogOaaweei5u iti onTus
numbered among the recent shoppers tosh, and is much pleased. Mrs. Dor-iate and proper expenses. As long Ocala were in our itle town Thurs- i
otag to Ocala. v ha e u o sone time, as money is spent in controlling elec- day.
to Tto ea.y has been quite sick for some time, tions to hire men to work for certain Mr. arlos Sistrunk of Ocala was a
The Times-Union is always brag- but is improving. candidate and to buy up the county vMr.ist ara s Sistrunk of Ocala was a
ng about the peachy-cheeked, orange Dr. Jack Price has locate,! in Mein- papers to work for such candidate" visitor at Fairfiel on siness Tues-
fed lass of Joyous Jacksonville. The tosh. where he will practice his pro- the poor man can never hope to bave M.
writer who pens tbe lines in the session. The doctor has rented Mr. anyhance of election to an impor- pt Mw. J. HI. Carter has resigned his1
'treat and good" in favoring that Porter's home. and is keeping house ant state office, and with the amount and is now running a crosstie and
fwns daughters ought to come up with three of his daughters. We vish ant state office a with the amount anti is now running a crosse and
me Into the creamm of the salad owthe dotore h ni ah te-s. hof crimination and recrimination that cord wood busin-ss at this place. He
her ito the "'cream of the salad the doctor mitch s')ccCs,. overflowed the county and state pa- is also running a store here.
bwl country- on Florida Heights. Willie Christian has gone to visit verflowe the conty and state p- is also running a sore here.
ad bask a portion of a calendar day his grandmother. Mrs. Sinimsmq. ers before the last primary, the av- Mrs. W. T. Stokes andl son. Atwood,
Sthe firing line of half a dozen Ber- illiamson of Mclnosh is erae votr was a sea. He could not 'left Frilav or Port Inglis, and they
t h sweetnesses. Our bewitching carry the mail from Orann fse Lake conscientiously decide who or who not expect to spend, several days at that
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,An Old Story Told Over Again of a Well Known Hymn.

Thirty men. red eyel and dishevel-
ed. !in.d up before a judg- of the San
Francisco police court. It wa, the
rezullar conl'any of drunks andt diso!'-
jderlies. Some were old and hardened.
otlhers- hung their heads in shame.
.J.s-k as the momentary disorder at-
itenlIin-T ihl t)ringing of the prisoners
ioui-'ei ,iO'An. a .,.range thin lhap-
p iti,',i. A -\ TronAl C!'a7 voice fr"ir be-
i '. "a. to .iI.)--
+1 "';.H -" il -i l rh ;. s I }ia: s ^ ^ pi [It
'~~ ~~ a1';* i''! i* :'a~ii sg :a:r -
I l..- Pi uit .' I" hai wt+r. f lor t'ieni
.il a iiil-.nare or a drink n xe 'ii],or.
\Th, l-.)Iiu wa sucl a c<)nirasT to tliet
;oIrrll.e fat't "hat n11 one couldi avoid
At s1 .'d"l,.'i.' sho.k at th- t'.LTl,-Z the

hi:. foldoi arms and sobbed: "0 moth-
er. mother'.
The sobs c':tting the weary hearts
of th.1 men who heard the song, till
w.velling it, way through the court
room. blended, in the hush. At length
one man protested.
"Judge." said he. "have we got to
stibinmit to this? We're here to take- our
punishment, but this"--he. too. began
to sol).
I' was inlmpossible to proceed with
'he business of the court, yet tihe
ju.'i:e gave nI) ortler to stop the song.
The polic- sereant. afitter a surl'ise4i
effort to keep the men in line. stepped
I!ae!k ;nd waitil, within the rest. Th, ,
son,- nlo\vei to its climax:

"*.Ieris'a l nihl i.- o'er'
Hosannia in the highest. Hosainnm for

M)lH~ SU~ZZC',t9d.

-Il stood inl ol'i .erlsal-,nl.
B-Z-i. is the ttemplet- 1 e>

The song w-n on. The judge- had
paused. He made a quiet inquiry. A
former menlmblller of a famous ollera
company, known all over the world.
was waiting trial for forgery. It was
h-, who was singing in hi. coil.
Meantime ;he song went on. E'ery
inan in th- line showed liemotion.
One l)oy at the end of thile lin.,, after
a strong effort at s.elt-control. leIaned
against the wall. buried his face in

it- an ec.ta.y of melody the last
words rang out. and then there was si-
The judge looked into the faces be-
fore him. There was not one who
was not touched by the song: not one
in whom some better impulse was

not stirred.

He did not call tile cas-

es singly-a word of advice, and he
dismissed them all. No man was fin-
ed or sentenced to the work-house
that morning. The song hadil done
more good than p)utnishment could
have acconiplished.-(alifornia ('Chris-
tian Advocate.

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Black Minorcan
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Aboul' th., quee'rest lprodi't ( lithe
,editoria! muind i that has ve; coni.' to
orin no:',c-. says t:lhe New Yor" Tin.es.
api|ar.- in tl-k Enmporia tKani. Tim-s.

T1h do! tini,'- ot that ;)diper a con- 1
trolled anid guided-with ability, ap-
parently-b-y Mrs. Mary.l M(('roary
Parl man. who is ,tlescril)ed as a lite-
lon-g and loyal democrat. Mr. Par.k-
man. on the other hand. is a replubli-
can office holder, now a candidate for
re-election. The Times is against him
and therefore its editor or editress or
editrix has been moved to explain the
Mrs. Parkman. using the conven-
tional "we," assures the public that
in some ways Mr. Parkman is about
as satisfactory as a mere man can be.
He and she. it seems, "agree on litera-
ture, religion, art, the nebular hypo-
thesis. the proper method of poking
the fire. the value of breakfast food
as a brain builder, paving, municipal
ownership and the facts in the Gun-
ness case." On politics they are far
apart, and Mr. Parkman Is solemnly
notified that as a republican he has
no claim on Mrs. Parkman as "a mold-
er of public opinion, a fellow citizen
or as a wife." which is a little hard
to follow or understand. Then comes
this gem of eloquence:
We will cook for our husband, we
will mend our husband's clothing, we
will darn and brush him up-as our
husband-but as an officeholder of a
vile, venal and corrupt organization,
an emissary of Wall street, and as an
oppressor of the poor our husband has
only our unspeakable contempt. He
should thank his lucky stars that we
j do keep) his name out of the Times.
IWVe know enough of our husblanld.
I should he attempt to press this mat-
Iter too far, to make his vote in this
election little more than scratch ina.
For MNr. Parkmani has been on tile
Times" blacklist, anl hi- n11n31 ,Ie has
never appeared in it. A;pareintly lie

oir his friends tj,' e comlanit04li
and, nfiade hte1-at--. They wvotdl do
'. .r .i'can-fl. for a- tis'' *lc,Ijt


While all thie otb,-r workers, heel-
ers. etetCoera, of the d(ofeated candi-
dates in the recent election, including
the candidates themselves, have i.'an-
ifesti, a decision to accept the re-
sutilts in good part. Rev. V. E. Boggs
of Jacksonvill,, vents a dlistenipered
wail. It was Brother Boggs who start-
ed, into public circulation that absurd
story of a $:;6o,1o)o fund sent into the
state l)y the liquor interests to elect
Gilchrist. The yarn evidently head no
effect on the sensible voters of the
state, except, perhaps, an effect oI)po-
site to that which the Jacksonville
parson expected. But Brother Boggs
is "sore." and he publishes a card in
the Times-17nion, in which he quotes
a section of the statutes and calls
upon the good people of the state to
aid him in having somebody arreted

and punished and arrested for violat-
ing the said statute.
This is the statute quoted by Broth-
er Boggs:
"General Statutes ,f Florida.-
(Sec.) 3826. (2783). Corruptly, etc., in-
fluencing elector. Whoever, by brib-
ery. menace, threat or other corrupt
means or device whatsoever, either d.i-
rectly or indirectly, aitempts to Influ-
ence any elector in this state in giv-
ing his vote or ballot, or to deter him'
from giving the same, or disturbs or
injures him in the free exercise of
the right of suffrage at any election
within this state, shall be punished by
imprisonment not exceeding six
mnionths or by fine not exceeding $500."
Now. it strikes the Evening News
with considerable force that the cir-
culation of that $ 6f)6.000 story would
come directly under this very statute.
and that Brother Boggs ought to be
one of the very first yanked up in case
there are to be any prosecutions for
its violation. The Boggs-Bigham sto-
ry was undeoubtedlly a "corrupt means
or device." intended to '"influence"
electors in tis state and to "disttrb"
vo"irs in the "'trefo exercise of th.-

ri~..ht ofsliff- +1i

Bef'orte Broth 1r

l~~i 1), in irs (t1llilH.- tor an telliott
tueitLil of thi. par't Vic la': 1,,,,A-heo tgll~ t
o ~'x Cry -ur, thint h'.,liasni \eol'




You are not co)nmatlnliiiet imp.,7 rto

love vour' n-'ighbor.

"Fhor' is a -or%

important qualification attached there-
to, and, with it there conies into play
thoc, r'l rim n h 11m nrt Ov1it |i[rht -I IIkt 11 &1


Tril0s otf :n; ,.nlce Expi--itnc came and b)ruise.-. in sarch of a full meatl
o)w' o! tho i'n,,Id rb uish, fit]! of w:)' n ,.I anld a *soft pallt The tbehest ;s sim-
p)l> to I)love ourr nighbor a- you l1)v Let no thin scum Iof piety, however
yo.mrs lf. and the quialiticationi is such real it may hbe. intortfere with the thor-
oughnelss of the self-explanation: Wt
as to fit evt e:'y case: for whe.n y gl in
no) veneer of cutilttire and refln-ment
look frankly into th'de ep)ths otf o'1i pcome-e between your vision and the
own heart-into the dlark room. as it thing you really are: and when you

ne- grim u ru iat i ., ,-, i1, p tie wore. where youir native thoughts and
pages of Scripture: and be sure the ,iesire.. sethe and rage. and catch a
uttermost depths are sounloded. The glimpse,. however fleeting, of the lair
command is a large and healthy invi- of the beas1, you will have to acquire
station to self-knowledge, the neces- a strange taste for what is almost
sity of which has been insisted on byI wholly bad if you fall in love with
the sages and prophets of all the the things you find there.

nave seen all there is to be seen. and
learned a great deal you never knew
before.. you will be compelled to ad-
mit that your neighbor must indeed
be a monster if you cannot love Mi
as you love yourself.-Joel Chandler
Harris. in Uncle Remus'-The Horo
Magazine for June.

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CLARK BROS., Propteton

'Phone 174

Ocaia, Florida, July, 3 1908

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 fi d
some article that you can't get from your regular grocer it we are not so fortunate as ot
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 art fine for sand-

Preserved Strawberries in two pound cans.
Also, Preserved Grated Pineapple.
11 ......... .. T) f, A --+' .. D ,:4-1.,,A "* .

u mum I ii



FLO !it, kj..




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I3. T a.paaaaaaam.usaaaaaz


McMillan Bros.

Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers of Turpentine Still

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 eithfier cif the-
follcwing works ....






l ftrd Makes of Plumbing Goods, Gas Engines, Pumps, I-rigating Plantb.
Aoi-,-ne Gas- Plants Sold and Install ed Complete. Estimates promptly sib-
iltsd on any Work In our line.

P. 0. Box No. 944

M. Fishel Soys

cumo -r--

t/tosioryr |
^^^^^^^01AMl fte pVIMlaRTcln
I IFm MBIR: veyptian
Cotton (medium or
ibi t(wei.ht). Sold
in boxesof sixpairs-
for 2.00.
f1 &Ass: ryptiaa Cotton: six
St ASzJ. A goaw ticket


For fresh-
nesP,ptzrity anti rh
Ware in a Clcsbte-
se'vvs. FarmerS
h 1ave confidence
Ulf v kN,
On eIs-. :)tlr smr'-

a con-.cientic'IIS
-.r. 1 t -, st wort 1,v
Feur's Seed Annual
for Iit r *.s FlIE A titresa
V6 U.Fmv C11,mhs.U~cu


I you have on hand to sell, or If you
are thinking of coming to Florida



Is it t' TIethat .ames Schoolc raft
Sherman has the temerity to enter a
campaign for the high office ()f vice
president wearing "Burnsides?'" Sonm
o0' his recently puldisi--d photographs
sI?;w him "sans whiskers," while
some of tlhm show Tl' 'e "mul1ton
chops" in full bloom. Surely no man
can expect to libe anything blut a drag
upon a ticket if he campaigns iln a
frock CoaL ald (lmutto(n ('hol whislI.rs.
The beard. like apparel. dloth1 (,'t Iwro-
claim the man. There is a frigid dig-
inity aboli "'lurnirsid's" tlhat iiro('laims
the woareQ"r to lw. if not of th' hliaut
)ton. at least rem l)t,. bliyv larrier''s
self rais'(d, froh ho 101 ,dlol. Their', is
no appeal ti, thle (IOllO I'lon pop! ill
the personality of the sidie-whiseredlt

IThe Real Mission of I!

E The Country Newspaper

Thj'4 xq-re offered at the

'o 11e 1
C)I~ '

* I ..s('t~ 1'Zil 4 fojj

First Prize Paper
"n ." ;. N..,-,n. ci r F.r a ghIe.


WI E are better than ever i)rareaed t' fursh te
Spe )ple o' thi.- r ,nrt Ft o ,d- wi. i , ,,,d .
Jewelry of All Kinds. Our line of S4.r.
Silver \r.'e. Ct," G s Nov lt;ies, Gold Lock:-, Brace-
lets, Ria.s,S Et-., i, large and varied, and mu-t ,e
seen to be apprzciated. The-i otur
is also in shape to give the best of service on shc;rt
notice. None but experts handle your work when it
is left with us. Give us a trial if we are no already
serving you.

r'i 215101 (

Oit" it."V I t ;' is n1o
Facts a;;.0, 1iu,- s, no
hei ar-ay. con, -il llews.
SIn TI;e tarneo'ing of the
\*st the local i ,ld sio'hil<
lpon with the most favor.
ly rnew-spaper n'lthinrg ca
place, of ('ountryl'v nelws. T
il te wi,! world is told 11n
headlines and vatchy capl
pag.s ( ofhe ('cilY ])ap(ers--t
-,d fast that comnlietition
iti-';., is folly. The local


tear paper sha]! constitut, ; h1,ollpful his,
t r'V. a.cc r'ate. yt-i s (\\v in the sun-
..hin.e rail ti:ai thie -lia':iw,)\s
Second Prize Paper
,I;' ('. i .ir',,Nv. ,i~t,:'u w n. M o.1 )
I-si< s .,,. lpriiiatr'y ini.-si(n (o f earn-
i112 llMioi('y 1fVl" th(sto oiPratilig it, hpe :
I't-,tl l! ...-i On f it cw' ir', nt\-vspaper
might I.e divildedl unir a liiziiibir of
To aiffr in tol i, i(scgoiizi: ll

o' hf- pu1btlic.
S1, hi' o i est wiTh its i'1' ril its con-
c ountry .
nfws. With- To he,, loyal to is (' connnity.
nws(a)er. i To wear no collar ,f party. clque
rmororsor01' fact ion.
i To he the or.an of none of these.
n a To siippo-(ni 0111y good! andi co pnlletent
news har- .
men foir office.
1 be looked; To stanl for lit.ica i, a well as
In a coun-n moral cli-anljinEs.:
n take the To expose frniil. pra I (wr --%il wvher-
he totry of ever t lie public \\weal ii;:aiils.
ider glaring To avoid -etlfishn,,ss ,,r prejudice.
imrns in the lTo seefk no r v'\l1 t-.
oldl so fully To stand, fotr the riilt an.l dlare to
in this well defend it.
field is for, To lok n111 upt tt ht' ric'h oic r ,own1

The (' country nev .-Iaper, which a:one :(Ilon the poor.
give-s to its 'real'ers the story (if "you I To do all ]l', ood and as htihl,
ali's house.'" sVmplyiathizing with those harm as. it (can1 to te l cnfml nijv it
Iwo(6 -orrow and rejoicing with those !serves.
in t.*!'* imlooid. More strictly speak- To bu]il] for 1th. fu11ure, and leave to
ing. thin. ithe mIissioll of the country lost.-1itI te h eT[ Ittrit"age of the puthlic's
I], WsThJ'-l i~'" is to),i tilt' localI lleW\S. Cic(nidt -, w ie \'(11 111}+ ti2 )I.
new-piper is to give the local news. confidence Which would e OT only a
Thi- 1e.iti:i;iTe local fitld is fur- ,sojre o(()' comfort anT 1pridI. uIt an as-
her- limited by carful selection. No, s-it of no small value as \ut'l.
I newspaper should d publish all the i To stand for honest co ('fvicTionS and 1I
liltews-no more i' han should a father. noIt flincli ill a dvocatil g them 4'\,1n
sitiinr at his owli firosid,. repeat all th-ough the Wiind! of pop0llar oiioni
Tihat lit, ay ha ve heard during the i miliht be swrtronglv 1(win, in an op-
day. A coumrvy newspaper mus i he posit dhir.ction.
clean, ha. havcaracter and conscience To r4'spect thll p(ditical and 'i'i s
and i able to command confidence. :opinillons f Woth. s. IraiTiI, ( tlot'il
,TI, i lest country newspaper is I,,'2ave all rihtas (laim d., in such Ii m' ist -.
t-'iiilollh to n'11 the t 'thii whtn it should r TO( T nor down o1 the pIan off lit-
,1.' (iI and li- ('nough to llea '' a 1tl-- tness thiiar wo( ld Vwlr'ak ve'-llg lc('e
S. secret story of ishamlle tan.l sin l upon a fIellow imanT for any real or fan-
Sw'l, i ".-o('Oop'" )would (onIily adl to c('id personal rieV2 11in(''. foi it o(Ily
I lit leaIves a paper liar1 ower ;111iiil mltitner
111mpiol'tall a- isT lthie news\., rio nl'W for tI h effo()rt. If p1i) )lic wil-Ifare (d -
papl'r t'uiltills itsi high mission when mands. ust' the, khife,; i f not. lst char-
it do(,s no more th lan ivo' the iiews. itv.
.A newspaper. anidl, espweciayIv a colln- To lise The knife' whitn lit cess( to
~'V.l ewspape,1 lin .t be Iort- 111er11 a voradica(2at, ilo -altl callc't!' ill Thlt '()l-
mtr' phonograph. It mllust stan-i for lmunity. vanId that knllife( "*tl the !ione"
I i.e(+jII1 ii. It must lt' iin s.III)pathvy when their l( PsS v (ii' f tlI' is( (I de-
with Ihthose whomn it se'rves. It is ) pos- mands it.
;sile fot i I 'Vewspalper to ( iont oitr to T lo p l)lish a al p ir l Tl'air t 11)Tf1 Iher.
Ithe p)'opl'., manlly of wholly m are iis lat p tsist'er an i ,ti l it-,r te.,i 11.1 f ,.1Ir to,
irons,! 'he pathhway to local possibilities r,'ead in public.
which iioeanlls progri' ss. A ov'e aIll. tiht' To iv.e as li t .e sii-ace, ;is (i.s-ileo t
Se'wspapetIr should not fail to advocate ; sensational u uhlwho i si)Im ews
'thos, "hiis which mean bt tter li. ing ut d\tldl nuore uo tlhit \v!ihiet will
andi higher t thinking. clevatte or benefit.
Fitnally. then i-t it le said that the To e\,-,r strive 1, to .- hlit world
re'al mission of the( country newsla)per better for its having t'xi.Tt', in it andl
;is it) _ivoe the local new's accurately to (eave no1) tlIhecs<;i!rv s('as upon
and fearlessly. but in kindness. iVilg tlhe soul of e'vtn '1 it utinfFort unate.
In) unnC.essary p tiblicity to wronug- \Wih thIi these mOsi ititing its missions.
loii,.'"'. e, sparing neither fraudls nor it will in di' t ilim' have succ('.ss a l-I all
sham llS. r'ecOglli ii" geood whe'rev'er other tood things nto it anid l:ave its
found, -ri'vitlg to bIuildh up rather than house "'huilded upon p.n rok."

"IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN" there's no neletd jto w',rry, .Jusi I e.|I

1politician. lit, i15 rt0!'eO ile1 to 1i
nrc roii t'.. 1igiInixi~ ~ ~To the Defeated Candidates
Ave resliect 1litho l-wjs, ma il ftti. i\ri ti-n i he ocaja Bannej'.
1the mney I(, hehas made. As II(he .al -mIThifai r,,st hoj es of lovelil rianis
:of a financial institiitionj his 1ll111llmi alvp
chops sort with the ruffles or Iplait,.: ('11
!his shirt and the oarlch in his c1ii~.sa iel alsl'rrsae em
In tII*, pulpit he may comnma n(l at t 1 f1 E5cow m 2 i 111 taii 1 dinip l cle(a sp.
* lion anti xWin aff~etioti. There IS is uii1-
ing to I1 saidl against tlhe mutton -bi 4 mi. A O)Ilaugh Ii s
chop poll5*. There is no1!!(11w for ji, herto-T aii t1p:ieMt .Learn ho1w to
at the present Un1t- in Jpolitics. A ia :-lx.\w-1(-61i STOFiV hIf
Preside-nt itoosw \ .1itis the 1 42! ~t-r1nI VI1'di nasi1 rom
,of a popular politician. ( aIINN" '*t, NW-~i ~ *~io
*ture Mr. Roosevt 'el~~' mV ns
Ii)11~td~ 1015 IV i('~~iI~ Fl1~1I ri- 10()10)1, '(011, i -.7 i *.fat
rs wxv~hi! b a thtoh ('1flop(.fl each silb, lrS.
of his fact," (',III wvtImagine' himii ef- sf'rSi;2 il
w cj\ T liswat',,i.IIi n...lii- rch n -fc a h' I wI I' wlld h 4itl
st~andillg our -Allly :i-ainst i iw hrvfezt.'

ilpwn each ja1wbo1t, an~ ic lwleit'ovfPJ H4) kt,'-. Yom" 4 OWH rw il)Ihs it) OV~'

up the hahit of w-rnrvin-- i is soI
useless, d i ltanlloyilig t) ot i,'is. If
\ oll ValIt to Ie pe', llite'tl. ()\ow and
tht'n. ii f \ )Ill hI ll't ov l ;i d it tO ,o
;intto the 'kc' th-aiid-.is]rs busin ,s
a little- it wil hdle-s ) \d()If y u ,ood.
But wV(ory,.v. wIory, worry what
11may he: t 1-t f. ret.'r f;-#t ovtr w\N-at T
"'n i'_lit h;I i. \t-in." \V Iiy. f'i(enils. I
ar'I e I'1I. S IomI) i tlit, ii lilr_'2V, It.he-re'sI

.14 21114 ft ht tI Iiu)11. 114 )' no' rt-:,I, 1
11 'on ill it It is; uN-i y se es r-i
ry. MA(;N d.I.\ A.JI'IL.ANT1'.

Dyspepsia and General Debility
Are cured by1 P. P. P., lAippman's
,ir-at Romedly. the ij-up,-iior of all sar-1
s;i parilh. s.
P. P. P. is < the *.,-:'. si o()nic for ;l-i,
Stomach-l that wa e,-vtr ,nowii. Indi-
re;s-tion, tiBa D,.r-amn: an-n1 Tiiousni-ss!
ive waVy rnli!" ,' to T ,- pow 'erful toll-i
iP nnm i1 blono ,.lnr- 'iri'z inrow rri(.s of:



House Furnishings Parlor Suits
Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and Re

Bed Room Suits !Dining Room Suits
In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak.
Maple and Oak. China and Crockery
Mission Furniture Complete Mne-Dinner Sets and
In all the different finishes Odd Pieces

All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers
and Upholstering Goods
Heaters, Ranjes, Oook Stoves
Full Line of Up-to-date Pictures, framed and unframt-ei. and Pic-
ture Mouldings. Full stock of

Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles
Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth-the Studebaker.
And carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.



iWi* g Brick, Lime. Cement. Plaster :
WiIing Hair. Lath, Shingh Points 01
material Flintkote Roofing, .Oils
/iUl ~White Lead, Varni.-he., Et. S
Wall Paper. Alabastine and Magnite WVall Paints.
an 1 give us a trial. BPS.We wil! not be undersold and will please
Molver & Mackay.

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

Marion Hardware Company


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'Pho)e No. 370




Mirion Hardware







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LTTl 'E PER INTERESTING perjure our souls on an inoffensive lit- or b
-_ -- tle slice of cake and a thimbleful of The New York Tribune rubs it in Just after the conclusion of the
Wa-t to Push the Slogan, "Made in Among our bright and newsy ex- weak coffee that couldn't float a sreck on "Uncle Henry Watterson as fol- civil war, Colonel John W. Forney. ed-
Florida" changes is the Gonzales (Tex.) In-iof whipped cr-am, but despondent set- lows: itor of two newspapers, one in Phil-
a~le!phia and one in Washington. t-n d
quirer. Recently the Inquirer pur- tie back "on Its own grounds." Re- ; Henry Watterson is striving might- n on to H c
"MWt~ad in Flrida.-a asn well as "Madeo "H 1 nenry W\atterson is stri,-ing might- .,.
Jckso in iloleidoa.u ab hel as "gade chased a Mergenthaler linotype ma-n member the:'s a force in this office t e l .cotd in reputation only to Horace
ta Jacksonville.'" should be the slogan' ,~~v.a.s ,r ~ ~n' nl
chine and now has a young lady as that can conscientiously sample any- se ys to at e The ourer-
of all Fi'ida people. and esipecialiy its society editor, thing from an "Alabamna sweet" to a Journal* to the teml)er of 'Thie Corn- Char!s A. Dana. visit;i F> rKa. ::d,
tbose citizens of Jacksonville who) are in her salutatory th-, young society load of stove woo,1d. s don't eliminate moner.' The Colonel paid a visit to atrvr's visitt! Ital'.
at prewnt enga-,c iu pu-sh"ng the e, titor seems to have the true graslp the sam%, Lincoln the other day to gt some ronee-I h. IIalp h- wrote b'I r- hi-
atme p nt campaign of things. She says T-: -press cn:*rols but os not 'efy essa practice With t tuning fork.Piipi p.. th Pr. a.- j
me en-....:se cam.)ain. Na-, leon said that tour newspapers an,! jolirnali.-u is a liberal profess-i
IPatronize Florida inad- ;11utho e gaiui .ti ,'ll ca -:
Patronize Florida mad' ;,rocts,were mor te o b dlrealedl than 4,.loi,,, sionion. not a trap. 1)!;,b the liberty of But home aamin iLoui:,villk' h can- k I;. ;,.,r, *, !. i:,' vx.n.'
whether made in Jacksonvilie or any Ilsoldiers. but the "Little Corporal'" the press; sh )u!,i no be abused. Do not keep the ki-. Sai, 'Tlw ('o ier- --ist,.i i) (iviaizton. iil,-: ?he
other place in Florida. and you will only had small sheetlets from th, Eu- not expect T-1 Inquirer to be a detec- .Journal" on Saturday: J,,l itlL' o cec' i *
find the people of the entire state aid- ropean press to contend with. Never tive agency: or a s.-hool for gossip, this 'Upon a Platfor'n of Impi tsitre.A't t 'aiti f
ing in the Made in Jacksonvi' he up against such a l)rol)(rtion is not its mission. We will ever Ilargely constructed out of timnliers .lil" in ,nx' n counfr" n,-,-
campaign. 'as the Gonzales Daily Inquirer. had strive to eliminate rhli sins and sub-'stolen from Mr. Bryvan's hack yard. c,,n a wia" r ",(,r a- 1.,m i,' -
Such is the advice given, in sub- ih, been his "Waterloo" could well -tir;ie the oo-i ,.?is. the pleasing republican partv has set a Man-of t 'a., ,,; ('.an:r "'! 1,:',.' r i '..,',
stance, by Dr. S. H. G(aiskill of Mc-;hae !been accounted for. ... 'si-. th hospi7ali ios, the open Srraw-a verv portlvy andl li,'a-in. ,. )rs ": ':, ';"
[ntosh. Fla.. and there is no f doubt; .10 t. t i .av ,p.. ..i s of th. e week ha sai th I i't
~~~~~~~~~~~~~io!. t" d )u.aySof tlil- \vopk" !)..anl-(f-Strav,---:.,IIl q lhas said oT the. :,: ,: lt,,, ) .) :,
that after considering the matter the lT..Th- tall: about a womann', sphere your friends as hy )cnme and o from tters "B*flf i in Willianm Howard l :' -a(h iT :r,)l ":h, H:i i-h ('i v -'o .
people of .Jacksonville will agree with as though it had a limit. rh, city. yo';' chllurch., -ocities. our Tat the co n',tn.-ft pr,,s,,nrmen of '"*; I.:t.r. S',' hau,; ,l .:
Dr. Gaitskill. for there ar+ few people There'.s not a place in earhi or h-l av'- joys i;ni sorr;,s iiud !p.ac,- ,,,o,\ our !Theolorei Rt- eli: n'p.' t!" o ". 1 1 ;to":"):'i'd!, fi'l l'. ,; '.."
in Florida that hla\- done more than j l 0 !i e h r. r .i d ii-ht! ei ,ro' .aI .tr.e rni... |
en .,, ... For .,nv v ,, i"-. I aw s.rxvt "Y'et I'M Bryatn in Ii e)n has ,wen.- .. , ,,. ,
he to advance tIhe int-rests of FtoridaIa Thl-r s io- a task to maukind.l ziven. a;s z.npral ,),-":sp ;,,,,n ;or s.e"ral vehemently .-clarinlg that th,. )lanks Till li' 't1!llj"orist .." t :'i-p '.i.t',,.
products. Thi re's ni a o ,la ssiin or a woeo: city ,iaily i,: ":' ail, a> l,'.a societyy ,o! tht republican platform were not
Dr. GaitTkill's Letter Th,.'r.- nr a vl. sper, yes or no. r.,i,'ri'.r. Ni: nikn ;vnr to you I tome) -,len from hi bac'k yard. Inleel he DFlorl ai b(,aJ-- \ ra0I, '::I. : It h.rt
The following lett,-r from Dr Th,.ir,,s n.)t a life,. wr: d-ath. or birth ,in he !respoll 0t.I e rol as associate !f't,.s to recogniz- TThem either as* t '' hr
Gaitskill to the secretary of the .ack-That ha.-- a feather's w.Kgh" of worth. elio,>r of TTh. G;mzaies Daily Inq;irer siloln oods or a; goods worth steal- t'i- ar Nr,.,rn
sonville board of trade will b- radl Vi' a o an in it an i I b-si,' k :or your patrona't an'l in= on this important question ofs anly:i nothii, L'ir riTht, i- 'i*t,' t
with interest by all lersons interested (o-operai'' ion. le,'-i f-ii;h! n, r a ihte a I e a t o;nt i cation of stolen o ke r t!! h t'i.l ('
,. ,1T-i I co-"pera. ion-.. pi< I,1. -, h'I ll[.n an'i jIarcenyv anil the identification of stolen ,_
in the advancement ot all Flortl'i en- So. to my frin, both oii an-i courteou. .-.'.it'. a: i wirh Brti p'erty 'Th mner and The are today. Th', l' :tr,. i'i'i
terl)rises: now. I com,,i represent inz tlih n 'ws llart I say Crr TJ homiole an 'T rwth o! c,-nrfli,.s, while F,,i,'i. was. i
Ni- ,h Fla. Jun 21ti 9,tS o1. t)e Mclntosh. Fla.. June 2. 19S. departmentt of the old reliable (Gon- o togethlier." ""hl()dal eas tryto' nr(e! f spain within th.
1I- r. H.fiHy Richardson.. Snet h's tru
Mr. H. H. Richardson. Secretary zales Daily. Inquirer. You will fin l "*(,) little pp,.r. H What coutt l "rncle Henry" say ex-las ity or ix tr h t
Board of Trade. Jacksonville: that its capacity is endless, anti in its\ Wherever you ar- sen. what could "Uncle v- recently x)of ii ,,z' ;l it., he r p-
that ts 'aaprecisationes ;. aniyin.tstitierojer yo al- t-t'3
Dear Sir-1I have been watching edgelss boundaries lies your territory A.\ wher+ vol ': ha,.- hee-, r. B hatn h e d oes say. He says:
edg..sThboundaies lioswterrtory 'iitl \%I'! "M r'-an
with a good deal of interest your (and mine) where the news andl ii:for- Be ,eafl that you 'have went.' roods. He is o tsoiniple-minded r.a ThFe l' .rowhri i'- triwn lefo r'e
"Made in Jacksonville" fight, and I mation that lies nearest your heart is Mamie Wilson Tate. in goneo-nds"Hres that yom minht rob Flalr rt"hi w
hope you will meet with success. kept on tap, wh-re the ripp)les from a \- think 6iat Miss Tat" has their f his watch and he wouht lrrec- a-
wol otrC 0! Tampta : befor AlbeI;,rt us \ogr(I is-
Your city should give earnest sup- brain-wave ever echo to the horse of c'orr-c..t ci:'.)tion ..n.i truly inter- its tick in another mans pock- f hi phtwabha A ish \wu i
port. and whenever possible, use the the fireside and home, the d arest p!'.ts the ni.s.-oun i :- smail-Town jt.,, COV Ietied phosohatil" nton,'' the irtue
Jacksonville mnlade goods. Of course. .heaven on earth. daiiies, as "i*' t'l. ,;;.st be largely (,f)tlenti_, ws flly knwn; |trf
this inpiies that your manufacturers This is no1 th, ocff'lcal ,;:ran of any li.,.al- s, :0, ..;: (,If:p- o1 thf, tin' The city council has been inisy this the ate;iti on 0 people l' a.. trn'., in
lsimke good and ,deserve -Uli)0or';. tand (ln ch'iirch. society, circle 0)r 'cliqlue tti. (cala P.1'1 has e-I tiI!l run n 1 wpk wi'i a l)roposition from Mr. T l lireetion of frlitr and '\.t bes
this. i believe, they will do. I ha ,e -iO-this p)ace is what t :. ::ake it--th.; soo- and which i v.il! conw iiinliie to ptVrsilt'. 1(;ili)1T Hitn',-r of Jacksovie'. ask- 1,f( !te Florila Ia.I t,. ,',l.i ,', int, an
tied that as a rrule. the manua'u; trer ia1 r c al busihe's.rs '\ t
produces whatever there a,' ve
produces whatever there i-s a de;..ind ,l mirror. If yo-u ti ac-idenallyt o,1 i :a .:- .E" iaa- v--!- s:lii. the hill taily t',anchie. Mr. H nter has su-,nitte I .- (')ln Frn v r,,
for. aidi if the, consumnir calls f'r a :CIOil. kill a :i.:i. s:al oi ,r n,..h- ji -s v. r ,a,-:'s th sior, f y-voii a '.s his franch.i,, with tl e ir' s and con-1aiv an,1 were t, visit F!,' :. hat
good class 01 products andl is wilig or,- a. .. s t fi ;' il: ,: : rfli its i tions of it, andi h-.v have leen e x- wI lllI hiiers il ssior- ,
to p)ay a fair prio.-. the Irc.,iuct w\villiis hoist.,- hil ; r f,, .. r i' ail ', t. I! 'ust |j inel a ,t.l p i r p bi ;..eet- Tht' transforms tion ol) For)i ir is
be furnished.' u brand oil Mr. S',.-1(;'1- (<'( .. )i- o ".i -7 ':il i-> ','a1in- antiid ii'i"s by ':I-l! i coun"ndc! e.nIlii pitily mans rvelol I
Envy Has Died Out ,'tw,',.'' t.\> ".. i Z:.'vei '.',;:. j+ w'e ),,-n, ---,-"" )ll-
I believe th~it e-igo m thtTCl-
e belie, t "'dt feeling of eno y that '" (t I n'>' Sam 'V ', a .... i. T,,,. ,ews- niercial A VESSEL REPORTED ASHORE
has existe ; toward Jacksonville has iyetiihoo)(i, lo ,ct ;, Y v.> r ":,x,'- ,:':> n 4..i. it( )- ... ini,C .-, .-
".) ,..),t: (itil' Y et. in ;,
died out. an.1 i- a thin of the past. comii, .uicit, ,isroI. .i:-'',;.: 'he.. ,i-e n: o..- ,f hinv- it must be (eorze I.ant fo',i. a~ed "-. a:d a Th1. Miami Mtro!oli- ,f S:tt. rlay r
and now the whole state feds a lntie ;:-.' a.ii.g,- ,, h:.. :s: a:v ,f :'ms':'i! and 1i1rit,,t. atno mv promising Vo 'l. 1an of FortN Myers. >ays tha a report was 1roig:t t, Mi.-
in the growth of Jacksonville -a kll -dysag
in the growth oh Jacksonville. e,- t iial ma:.,,r.- t:: Sh,,,uff .1' l- n-,,..': ,)t,' , i 0 i-,tous living was killed in that city a tew dlays a.io lmi alurin g tih.',t t'non t hat a I.Tr ,e
The snallr o s of the sa istoli. bit tor oin i! yol froi- thit alLiI o f s0.-kkls that findl by being pitcher( hadlonl froni a n ilhidh i orf ro m a I
Toe usmalh-i trownucs of h s-(lrfate r wi al e stl'afate of th na~iot'lon i,:. OF u', '" "t
now use the pro.iucts ot our factor- no. sTte or th wa o its ;ill, aId tr that rea- wagon in wiiich lie was riding. His anila. h)i her iall o'r ay tll thp
ies and take pride in saying they aric c-unw m, y"snd impl),rtant i;oems like n its. pat.os. vhieh a fe tew at l'est, skull was fractured. tailss couhl not ie, ascertain-,t The
"Made in Jacksonville.' teas. of i ho ni net-tings should stani h,,roicaIlyd rpo has it that li St-'l i ry
As to the country people, there has Ke's. B R. P I-. V ( T \s i lows with a th Oaa Dallas. Tex.. is making bii prepar- close to the hea.h an! in the brak- t
never been aught hu, good feeling to- s.. X. Y. Z's.. and TYT'S. to the of- Banner fitls irs trienils more and nations for th, -ntertainment of theIera. T
ward. and pride in. Jacksonville. We i o t Gonzales Inqirer-prone nmore loyal to ir. Elks. The public sp)irited citizens t
love to visit the city and note th. pro-.: If you run a division fence between have subscribed $100,000. The meet- This can't be a real war o,-r in i
gress and improvements that haveyour l)lacpc and Mr. Jones's. it Mr. DRAINAGE NEAR MIAMI ing begins .July 12, and promises to Persia. Richard Harding isn't there, r
been made from one visit to another. Brown paints the front of his house, be a big affair. -Atlanta Journal. 1
If only a short time. say 30 days. has (or blockades the alley, if your neigh- Several citi;.ens visited the hIad-
elapsed betw~en visits, we can see ev-lbor has a new piano (or baby-these waters of 'h.- Miami river yesterday,
idence of progress and improvements, items (10 not come liut s.emi-occasion- where Mr. John W. Newnan. civil
and we take pride in telling our Leigh-1ally" ant should he sent in fresh and engineer or the state and his assist-
bors of these things as we gather at jcrisl)'" or if any of th, court h(,use ant. Mr. Poer'r Savage, and a f.rce
the country stores and at the I)stof-,clique tweak the reori and tot of m-ni arc eur.aged in making a sur- CH A WRET LI
fice. We realize that "Jacksonville'e church, make a mental note of i or vy for the canal, which the state is to
growth is tho growth and development Ijsa)ter tha silence in the central of- ,i in conn cnon with its recpajcation
of the whoh, state, and we are hl)o-|fic an phon h Inquirer al),)ut ir. project.

ing that you-the citizens of Jackson- If yo subscribe for the paper an.i The siurveyiiz camp is now located
ville-look beyond anti outside of pay the munificent sum of $!o for 1 Lee'- Isan.d. tout and one-half
Jacksonville. and will ston feel that the Veek'y and $5 for the Daily,. you m ni!es south .,s* of tihe falls, but in a
you will demand thing. "'Made or have a legal right to expect a(nd dIo-Ifw days wi.ll be moved to the old
Grown in Florida." as well as things nant your mon,'s worth, with. s, jumpingg staril. The work so far
"Made in Jacksonville." and that you rials. I)a matte; and ativertise- consists Of r',lii,, parallel lines north
are almost ready to say to the farm- nments thrown in as a p-lone. Your anIl soiu)h \\it iinters-,ctin1 lines east
ers: "'Ve want your eggs. chickens. -ik n r c),.l,'t it! .anl- west. the purpose being to deter-
pork. beef and mutton, and we will the a w i:eelp or oui' e o) tie ll!l i ihe nature' of th ground through - -
quit ,senlin" north )for these ;hinus."'lu is- outr o fice thermometer hi'i the ,it'-. lVill aoe it cut the
And as an ein that 'u wantt hit always ait f'eer hea : .t.he zero nru''k ('ania I. \Vii: l':e ,'oxui i(u o all the I
them tha' yvomu wiI' offer at price thatI interest t-n-m: we icrt 'l li* -h -n a mutt-k surface !
!Is 0 O i tt r s l?'y 1 t ll~
will justify the far;.-,'r in n mi:,hoiad-lft arl .s with >"ime
Id~~~~~~p ay th,, galle (if 'fro,-zo lit'" ill this fr()l' i*' ll t to ,-1! f ,. "'I) i \-l
raising then. t ',)- ani tha: y-l Ioffic. e're a wal kino in'nrro.a!o )('i (, t Z-rtace.
will demand some ot our beh.t pro- or motto is: "Lot-y Ais \ i. The ;.XC.l)t :.rii to Tils conii'-iot is
and ou~r not is: I'.ofty it- Ic
ducts and not force us to send ouir Ideals We idonu-t make the news. e sanIl ,'iL r or a"r. running :,i.o)It-
rood things north to find a mark chronicle it: you arte the count '*s his- 1 ,iil, ito the l.i.- '. (' An Opportunity Offered tory makers: do so,9n,1hin I. l ; tbe nal wiil l sur ev\et as Iear S ilss-i-
1 hope the time will soon come when kno abou it. An o l. t a! t
I ca getmoretha 'IIcent fat ~iIsur to le tus know about it. Ani\-oll )1, o thettek il i hl t .',to P~-tit*'-!
I can ge n more thau 11 cents for aI L ig that sounds "kinler't newsy. lnk Il '- rta.est heatiwa or d the '., tr,; -. 'h"**.+r.. .. o *
nice fat lamb carcass, and that whei we'll t the extra charge. most Cliltins wi'h the least ,iic':lIties.
I haveI I put the extr iCrZO. 1well Clftit te11 flleoltJSyoungCI
I have some nic ae. well fattetned votng There is a committee inl this.- office \Whn all ,'1, linlos h:t'v h)t-n st!"r+ a:....-wen fr:. a ^--f.-te "a't ;
stetrs. made fat on eltet bnants and;called, samtde force." who atv '%0Vt d-.- s-tolii, tak-: an i th.- satI, ,
corn. ti..t Jackiot illt t-ill say: W e\ r jit e ot w ate' lsI., i i n i !- t', .;. Ma. lnr, an -. F .,:-
want that goodt southern lamib and k egetales r vhi non-itna will then heIt,.trmind.i. its snr-'
that good beef. and t we .a it in lpref- ,aes ,vetbl, Thab se j dor ttes are noT ',in (l t l a nell natt, ,-,.:. ,'t..,, t,."- -. ,.
erence .o western beef.mi aud laly the srt i Ile. Tes si. t,,t i not At l n>'('11 a' neot atsoH' to na t eet .
'hIi-11011111Z f4)r .1 libel sti it. N tibuol tpt "our 4 ew e > a 'u*t w e
tat ,itisas t deri. al N d a> well eXp1 O(t o s t o sTos y with a ri-lht-haIlt-l, 1-u 4 i 1'at ON T 111! r11, it i' h
asa t e po. t.i- e t t p s i .; t f withr ovesr *'.rs thV T, 'rrik r' i w lat ih i :
t h a t i t i s a s t e n d e| r j l 'ic y a n ld a Is v ,l l fii a ^ io s s v o u r -h e a; r f e ,x p r e s s i o n t h a t i h t -Il 'V ( y o Ir s a r! \ )r k i n l a n~ i : h e v' |i ",t .- n '. ,. *k1" "*. P l.) t t ,- < )'


Per Cent Discount

On al purchases in

5c & lOc Store

Fishel's Reduction Sak

The Mallory ci.ierati ,is a'0 on f
be mosts! (.r< .i, aiit aiir .-liccessful at
airs that Tampa vvr 'puiled off "-
amipa N,.ws

A lman who tIbo,.'h' a iece of Yb hor
'it% )ropri ,it% a fo- y.*ars ago for
11.','" h& j;,'. s,- old for Slt.*If.r
qlone% '.w, in. T:taimpa .irt -Tampa
%'e Ws.

G\, rIr" .li'') na.s -imgnedi a em-
rttac for the r-',n.truc'tion ,of a owwere
nI A att,.r '.-itnt ,nI l rh.n pa itU of
h,4 ( i'i: ,

Tht. n,.-. of it ,k.' Smith's ldefeet
s.-i !ra ',,, t.,i fair'ti .*' P ',nnsylvaoam .
'i\e tho's.-.a;tit railral I men ha'. bel .
'It to ,,ork' in thi. w ,.-t.rn part of
:ie .-; at, --.Arlarnta .l)oitirnal

: tAnna .anl ,ii Sagan will gbt mar
'ied an'l Harry an-i K-.-l.n will Mtay
narrit,., or q.iit. w, t ill endleaor to
-how thlen that r-pubiliCS Are not t-
Zira,-r;i. -Atlanta .Jouirnal

*i 'r Napoleon lha-. rttmirnel to Tal-
ahtiass, to take tip the shruiedl
real of Icovernlnieit. after a thr-
month'?. absence Yet we, ,oD't -o
hat we have suffere,- much by his I .
ng away Why shouldn't we have a
'ubber stamp for toveror'*-Ta1t.
lassee Tru* Democrat.



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TlE NATION'S FLAG tttttYt?9,Y t

T -u zha I'dfear
It iee t a -e .-e t ot ca u -e~o fet
On this. Tho1 ono hsun,!.-td an thir- IW wholesale Grocers! Ocal
truth --I- r.>,x --

ty-f4rst anniversary of our national .-
ensign. it is well to consider two facts _____
Ma tested by our text. namniely, that i -
o national banner, like Israel's of
lM, is a God-given emblem to men go- e
Sbear Him, and that it is to be dis-s Cow Peas o Peas
dp--- PVl,
played because of the truth for which o-
ft stands. dop-
No student fn the philosophy of his- Carload o ust A arrived
try will for a moment deny that the A
41overy and colonization of North "
America was directed by the guiding
bod of Providence, neither will any A lso a Full Stock of
me dispute that the Declaration of
Independence and the formation of Klo'Tt Cor Flak
governmental were the actions of 5 .ATa Lt11a
me who stood in conscious fear of p" 9
the Lord. Each of the original colo- ..
aes were established oL distinctive R S n p Tn
and dominant religious principles.
ach of them sought to know the will Royal Seal Oats in two pound T
e God, and to do it. In all their dis- o y
cAssions of the problems of freedom d
and in their reasons for independence, _
ar fathers made their appeal to God -
ad His truth was written in their "
hearts. They looked to him as their
leader and defender. When liberty th t
came they recognized God as its au- Now is the time to put your stock good co -
tor-giver. so that the emblem of our d i
freedom was a God-given banner to diY 11
lomwasa Gd-gvenbaner o edition. W e have just received a large
those who feared him and did alt in W
their power to make His will supri'mr Wha ejs Bl
In the eartk. pI
,.... 'consignment of
When George Washington. Robert consignment of
Morris and John Ross prepared and ...
presented to congress a standard for
the Continental troops .and the i ew
Union of States. every detail in our
ag was n.ade symbolic of tru ,h in |0
Its breadth and beauty, and as the
Iroud herald of those fundamental ^ '-*
principles of our national banner has
bee dspayd .or .~ years.
In the first place, it is ib'. banner' "
f the Union. the union of states into BOT IN PK AN 3PO NBU K
a molid national compact; the uLiont
e( effort to free these states ad de- -
Ued them; the union of hearts loyal ^
- true" and this idea of national un- -_ R D ROCK_ 61N A R ALE_" _nd _o LEM O
Emblazoned on our banner is cx- u rs--
^thstrsothe evral taes RED ROCK GINGER ALE in quarts and pints7 also LEMO
pessdI n the field of blue on which -
ethe stars of the several states. ...
T[a destroy this union would be t.o re- ^

verse the progress of our history and MO- CNI
iake void the struggle and sacrifice 1 1
In the second place, it is the banner CA N I
of Puberty. These states were united have
ftthe cause of freedom. The strug-gle Vee
__oha and assorted stock of Penny Candies, also
of their common enemy forced them W a large astf
ft unite their efforts in the struggle .-
Sw common liberty. They recogiiize I'
et asmoneo t.h ina.lenal pails Stick and the Southern Department Candy, all of
Blberty as one of the inalienable rit-hkts I ASN
I* be bestowed by the Creator anl in I
fte cause of tneir liberty of their chi.- go-'-
t hausey thae rpil.er otheirchit -w e offer at attractive prices, Be sure and include
dmn they have pledged their--yCs, P
tleir liberties and their sacred eoton- n
Y i i th a of h small lot in the next order you send in.
In the third place, it is al-o th, ban- t -
SW Of bravery, ever in the history of' -
the world did more heroic men Ilac-j .. i
themselves upon the altar of patlio!-!
I because they feared G(od and re-t
6anized the justice of their princi- I F ee Han d
pies. they were willing to sacrifice life P I n 1e W
ttlelf. As we look uijon the banner!po--
Way and remember that it was made j <^, -
e~reesiv-e of brave and patriotic men
recalls the heroic strugles ofi the Purina, Shorts, Bran, C, S, Meal, Scratch Feed, Wheat: In fa
revolution. The red signifies it is the; ^-
banner of the brave. afpnp
In the last place. it is the banner 'Ao,- a full and complete stock of fancy and stable Groce
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