The Ocala banner
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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 10, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
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System ID: UF00048734:00490
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Stands for the building up of this section in general, and it's
patrons in particular: for real service not overloaded with self-
ishness: for help in times of legitimate need.
Small depositors and small borrowers welcomed.


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607 yei T*m 9116 61 Si *in.* ti'n.0 than-Iniz the j*-- "v A .) ..rng .'. r.-''tr s I pz;-.ic" of sacred Imeamort
^,- h^ SS Sa < ..,- : i i':,, n .h:,:. :o.r hr w r hos:',ta *;i Y. .Frid ay. u'ly 17. and that pr eparati
rumONST OFFICE hw i, A,,
1I l"r .fffB .,'.,, -*"' "i;'." h^ i :i iI 'ou.-- odhe r I r i *ea ,: to see how .i+- ArL'a, W ie 'v--:' on t' 'o make it The big
SPO ST.. O FFIC E :'___.__- _.-oi: I 'e. Vi-t-ra:. during t.; hae en so sc.ssfl. in their ha% th. hi-try 1 she neigh
d h k & d IH M 1,.', I ,' *" .*;* i, in-r ;n That .TV- tilt!r ,ft he -ta ,* They art ( c on hoodi.-
,.,B : ,.WI '"^ ,,ae Harris ih. rr-ir f t. xcellent throw-r<. -,,o.,'. E. P. Rtnmz lha- kindlv cons<
S r.. :. ;.d'tion, were oli- ii'' .-O. k' thei" e s open f: a aid in ,hee good catser and
D R U G ST O R E ,'-, .: .-(rit i, .it- ninnuts. c`an-e to take advantage of their o- g *fre xcrsion" over his
-, '.. .:t:,i.;t. a LTgt:, u ThaiiT ("':erk Si- pononis. an,' are well Irained in con- toa, l-aving Silver Spring at 9 a
_"__I_. _. _._. _-_n l. of,_--_rtt to t 'ns- iTent t-tam work. I Iharp a ,nd re-trning in Time to
Loca .oa. ,r ; J(h:n i i ok The- feature o, the game was the back To Ocala at aseasonable hon
Local rind Personal Mrs X m J. (am--z. ,ri-n his ,er(s of .ting of McMullen, who made four \Ve hope that Ocala will be re
4,nan;,i rv i-hr ;w(, ,ntrrgns< o. i:i
"ii ", ,,-a\ .<,.i.i+.".g v.:t:: -he..* iQr, .ocnl e i'!,an hits. one of them a two-bagger. I sentei by a large delegation. T
the 1-on )fTh- a
Is Visitinag O caiaa ii"' 'is tte .,T, !.o irli in l-nm t o
Mr. A. R. Griffin is the most youth- Mrs. W. W. Clyatt. Sh0 will f with "l:i -, t h, canI ',; of five Tri s at bat. The visitors will have th privilege of seeing
ful looking veteran in the county. n a.,r t- Vour' -* _- ,'I,", 'W' K0.t.' ;:. ""'-k.i or -i lde- m a.4t1 only ti. hits, I.cMnHell getting nw- railroad and a people who
h- r.* C s i h ,ta ':" v\ ii \ac ,rante-l. Comrades nearly hal t'of them. It was not Tese ;proud TO b joined to (Icala by
Mr.. Albert Fort. otf Lynne, wa-s in htT. N,.ris rh at-ifori, gave a a rery"iMtr That rounted s-o much. buCt thh ir-abands.
v iden Tuesday. Tan his busine: s is._ o f
eveideN Tuesday. ,mi:nz i le 1. !aphic and vivid les< rip- 'ors mainad b:. ,h- local t-ani. The con mirTe of arrangemnents
< stanTlv L ,rowin. i, etTr. .\,"-- ('it-
"; .I .' . rIm at tl:.- annual en- Oca.a 1. 1 t I' r, inv-: -,d -Vt-ral ;,ior sp
Our hotels are showing a good -run bnrs am: the childr,.n are lookin i .i..,a and vais- r,,a..,lia..2 2 , I a
,u no e ? a e > u p a (W I l u. ,, ::..-- i riim al an a s- A.-.i ., .. .. .. '-' *l *'-i * ,[nd Th-^ ,day w l] [ie a m*-nmor;
of trade for the summer month.. .
.Mr. R. C, Rimo.e. e f (4 v',-l' v.a- '' "' f 'n' "v il unmn ,asur- Suiiniiary Two-base hits. B!I'rk- n
in---- .i,, ,T.t ....- (Ifia% \N i T h Tn %Vat-ll r,,-sWit -hs!
Mrs. Thomas E. Bridges is spend- in ,(';aa "l d'" "i .h a n '' 1 al'; 2 Mun. Sacrifice 1 will s
'rs Toman ,z 1 hitk n, us "r (,, I t.. :,-. a ,:.,"a t i1;a'e'Ig the Y1i!s. Schu ing a while at VW white Sprigs.- .. .. "). l, ,, ',,,!)
... ~ i....c.ullen, T:'y- ,
~~l~iOiQ-'dmiu-htv fin- ti'-a(!.. .~ke naV thPr cis~I
hmk ,' :ni*l'v in, an '.'t. ..i .-" ', : !:.l~. -fl.n 1:',,,.. R ..n.l M ( T::~ a ;ionv at,,rna "hi.s lin' ;:nal h(ose wh
1s it chills or tever' Plank's Chill ".:e n, .. :s o, "L. .:.. ,.- :. ...,.I ",a: an-, n i rsl .,. Oala 7. .\rc,,". h ,,. "r: ,<-<. i,'t of t"
_,c. X . Z:, ..,1 i ^ .u;- .. -, ". .*i :* .. .. ,** rpu,-,'.. +-in iv+e, l ,ai^^ ,t l ails. H a,,' -i-: I Sc'hiis'! r 1 :!. ; .s^
Tonic is guarant--ed to cure. 2'c. x 1. T \... .. .. .. ..
--- bTr },+'l +' l.ar. orf 'b tan!)i -- v, -.. ;,* -- i.:,.:::- : ,-- .nted, *he-0 \\'vs 2. S- ruc-'k rIt :. H alr :. 5.
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r. r Jose-ph W his.na ni rilr,'st-"i .. 1 ...: "- ' t (I \ I il pays ; i . [ k. w o wa a ca
the B -ll vi v set'i,.n in Ocala Tut-s ,. .. ( .t W t ,- I .to, '" < T P'ick-,T H.i -. 1 v ,i -tt f i r i o n
day. hi- chick-n hack iholme "i :. i: of g' ne. one hour, and, rtwv+ v mlily 1ah,. tifth ,istrict. was in ()cala T;
-'., "" "- : i, e ;:r*ii';' iltae-s. I'Il 'ir.-. Mr. Gt.rig. ay- !e -ay, that his s, ttion is
Mir. T-'. Phihlip-. otf BR'rlin. has Mr. Sitn-y \Vha. ! --" : '. :.. d,., s favred with ToO much rain but
t"had another stroke ofparalysis. He i;ro w lor .Ja.ksoiill1t i v;, on hi DEATH OF CAPT. J. E. CHARLES. t, n),mh is greatlyy t 7c- than r
has been kwd ridden for some trme. Nw Yor'k. He it l t. ,,t iT ... t The armrs ae aking a
sonmiile ,v Mrs. Whal-.v :,n Mr. Federick }lcke" is in the city \ ik i h a,,' i. visi '.n : la',, .. ,. F. E. HTr'rs, Ocala, Fla. (J ot in al -,,ance of swe et potl
,i" . A... '. L. ,- .. on oap,:: n .. E. ( ,vrinos an a sixi nlton Of whohthe
on a visit to his brother. Mr. William .MadioI l for soni. Tie. .nd a" :. \,.'uu v son of Capti . har i at six j E o aa o t
Mcheer. pr(ce'tl to N. w York via rL, tiie' J- a; A.: .'z. :e:d Miss Hildabelle o'clock No op-,ratioon could lbe pr- with r w o for
Lt.ine. Mrs. Whaley and I ho- c' !i,, ; Ie ('( ac' vt, .-. na. .iaci ig n^^ ig growing potatoeI
Mr. Dan. MI. Barco. one of the most Massachutt or h r n V n..iay Th is t ng- E. VAN HOOD.e i o a
w \l o o assa('hu-; t o h he r- \ lis 15 le yoI.ng- E. VAN HO(D
n or o. .....o.n % Florida. There is a home market
highly esteemed citizens of the Cotton amider f the summer and M -. Wha- ,s' .'s lit-.a coplen in Starke. neither ('.pain Charles in airempting to market.
Plant r. ighborhood, was a visitor yes- I e s hi on i: fut (1f ahewr oI'eens. but tl. load from waI yes- as w l as children will
Itv ,willl iit relatives in \VWc-hit "t[ ol Bickfsayrhthat hisuchildrenwill
terday. at, har northern cities. I -'." tli al! oto provifie for the terdlay morning got the hammer end the public school in Ocala
Mr. Sam Teague. who has I!W'ure. al,' a successful life is prophe- caught in some way when the cap Beck says that
alwily Luraville since January. is a isit -a alwv n a !or thn Thy wil ccupy the aplol, an, the contents of th .n children will attend the public scl
Sis father, Mr. F'. A. Tet. S, it ci, Y anl not,,. ;o; ius ,nerTre. Chac. ho:e on Call street. All wish were discharged in his stomach. Dr. in Oala nxT yar. Thy ha
Si or \ + anl as the, oi,1 t-'s ,'s ,' aer aur,- l .'ich happiness.-Starke Cor. Hood was t legraphlied for intne, eri-
At beir ik r souhe time an- a s th old W the rioo ,piict1Ire show several ta
bere t c t e antly prr' d -1 --'. v s-nio. ly but the wound was fatalan a er much elightd wit
lyT:e. her- t'o' rea.a, : ^,l&, : .... ,I ". Th, yo)ng b lide is the half sis:Ier hb could! render him no assistance.
Mr.Jo h C. Mathew.s that h m '. E. -.c and Mr. Henry Captain Charles was one of the 'MMr. George Williams. Ocala's w
Mr.Jopepb C. Mathews s;aYs tAh- Tit:
was not in a ;ilchrist neighl'orh'.'d ['he ,,'ou T .s ;,a ,, *- Ys cir:y. She is very youth- mosr prominent men in the town of iIprolus lbarbier, left over the Seabt
but he is tickled to deal over ti. I-pu -ft'r tha. pli( v ,, ,1 I 1 4 I. f-. iften .ars. otf e. Oxfard anii had a n i er of fs y rday for is l ho e in S
fc reLtul. He is wearing a mighty big wi Tho- ,'ost o: p1,'Pii:g ,: ,l-k ,1 .. .. '. acquainlances in ( )cala who will greatly deplore his Carolina whi('h he has not re-vis
smile.. r :: v.' ".,, sur rise r .ath.in fo!Ilt11e \ea'.s. great r
-m-le.,. X- i ,, I Ho'fi- i;'"* a ot, :" ." 1' !' !"i "n le was about if, y y ars f age a nl hi (,.once 'r)il it at'- locked, ii]
Mr .1 F. Parker. on e ot the owinal |1o ,l Ti-. .., a. ,, . -. 1': settlers o 1i r y. .came to ta"e a; ..,- - . < ... ,.." .(r to 8, ;-W.eI \ *v(nT .('rs. He wa, a i't of the owhih will b ,;n!ocked when he
eIIte el m. .io-. a n d I I 11a) e a,(.. '!.-*,.1-1 "t
view of things at the county site T ,it.A P- ,A NE, ..E N N G AT T H E y.- n ,l l a si;,v and I illpr(to .t:: nt II om -l.er ,he old scenes of his child
day. He did not forget to pay the Panl- .. a .,,- ", .. : .. A PL EASANT EVENING AT THE 1a;y an:l Was a man of g r 'at re- ill ak, a )pep at the "'o]l
da.aHcall so "SCH NEIDER HOME c.')urfl',hnlness and energy. I.' l,,aves b>oun,! bucke-t" in the well; he
ner a call. ,ui :a ."
Ma Life ian-l two sons and a great host sjiYa his thirsi at the ol. spring ir
J. H. Wetover, of Lake Weir, a Mr. T. 3 Hooks, wife andIC1,> -kitn. k r h' ir of friends ,o mourn his death, hollow ,down bv the branch: he
sibtcriber to this paper and one o, Anthony, were shopping in Ocala \"- i^ pleasant ,v aitent,'rtain,^ a a iitUuiisi.'r
tsubs.criber, t lei" ret c:,y Is2T the" old school houtse and
the best Noat builders on the lake. te.rda'. Although making a ery C 1 'at(.- 1' 7'. Will !oedge Sariford. o;u Troy. ovr1. again he dlays. of long ago.
was a pleasant caller to this oce -or1hy deposit at oe of our bank ay ; bOI1a' 1 a-t a- t T .- Ala.. a nephew of Mrs. S. F. Stn- tho-sand things will go troo
yesterday.. M'. Hook- says that the ..ge-',table a-' I,,I. hlrs. of this city, i.s yetrdyhuin*..s- (lid not paln ~O174 \\'all '%ttotruhhiiri. o eb
("ip t this 'MW e>lifl- devotv-l mui ('congress to fill the place nma ,-acant gb oack again to the old scenes.
Mrs \V. H.. Russell. of Gainesiil'. a hi r, ya" i F,-i- i 'niT. 8 an elegant lun.'heon in. h ath fi ftl- at\Vile, go ba.
has be-n visiting Mr. and .Mrs. Clar- is f ro Ame,'icu(, Sa. He 1a s! read ,,' the IKsT before tiThe Opelika Daily News says that he Mr. E. .I. .Johnson, better know
t-n.ce C. Priest tor the past week and say. ,hat hi beans were a failure, nor ,Itlaritnre t,. homne is the cildest son of the late (Governor the readers of the Ocala Banner
left yesterday to spend a week with Tt the yiel., but as The t..TUnr:s |)r. an,! Mrs. 1. F. Blalock. of Ocala. William ,I. Samford and inherits in a "Far-away Moses' was in Ocala
her brother. Mr Pal Randall. at Con- and his ,.anmaloul'as di<' not bri-.g the Mr. J.- C Howell and son. Edwin. anl n.arkedl ,degree the traits that have week. He was formerly our a'
ner. results that they shou', hart, dnre. daughter. Miss D-,rothy. Misses Pearl I made this family noteda in Alabama. eorrespondtent at Daisy. but is not
%That i(a)in -,hit)nmets. v'I ,wavy as anal Ossi' G;riffin an,1 Mr. Ward_ Griffin The News says that Samford is a name! siding at Cornel. He says that

hat' Rabmn Gap), ;a., July 4. 190S.
"an- They are to have a barbecue with
on literary features in celebration of
ons this natal holiday. Sheep. beef and
-est hcgs hav% been sacrificed in behalf of
bor- the inner man.. It rains at intervals,
but. between acts, tor rather show-
Pnt- ers) we are at liberty to roam at large
will uu the mountain sides in search of
'ail- luscious blackberries and a few belated
m. May apples. Footpaths through the
get forests lead us o'er babbling brooks.
r. past great moss covered banks of
pre- fern, maiden-hair, sword and other va-
hey rieties-here and there we pause to
the quench our thirst at some clear bub-
are bling spring and tcull great clusters
iron of blooming rhodendrons, sweet will-
iams, white and pink wild roses, ox-
ave eyed raisess and long white plumes of
eak- rat tleroot. Then onward and upward
iblt- past huge boulders, neath the shad-
ows of the fragrant pines, and ether
in aromnatic shrubs and branches we pro-
ita- gress until we "hit the trail." There
Sgo -the breezes fan our heated brow, after
eir !(iur (climb). and we are rewarded ty a
iview into North and South Carolina,
Te-nnyesseeft and ov,'r miles Upo)n miles
ndi- 'I.f .i'tur'es(pi' s,-''n'ry of the "Enm-
for, pii' State" of the South.
mrsj W'e are sitiauted( at the foot of five
now mountains. Picken's Nose. Oaky Gran-
that ser, Hog Back. Marsson Gill. and only
'one a short distance from Georgia Ball
van- which is the highest mountain east of
sett- tle* Rockies.
atoe There is intura,,ting Indian history
are in connection with these mountains,
here the topmost treys of which tower
s in above the clouds.
for The little Tennessee river runs
Mr. through the -pr-mises. Be-autiful
I at- peaches sell for fifty cents a biriuhel,
next 'vegetables of all kinds are plentiful
his in the garden of our host and he has
hool gi\-'n us free access to his loaded ap-
seen ple anl plum orchards. The spring,
mes back of the large airy house, furnish-
h it. es all the pire water we use-pure air
.s in abundance and "the biris make
,ros- nimusic all the day."
oardl I would like to see some "home
south faces." If there are any people left in
sited Ocala, please send them up here. We
lany have two charming young ladies f om
p in Atlant4. and are soon to have guests
but 1'om other points, and a number
goes from Floridla, but that is not just like
001. -honi-. So couei' along. "bag and bun-
iron dl'e" anal I'll persuade our host. Mr. W.
will T. York. to give you the best. coolest
i the corner in his whole domain. The
will Ocala Banner comes every lay and is
ive heartily welcomed by your Little
A scribe and little ones,
ping M. B. L.
e to
Colonel R. F. Rogers,of Lynne. was
in Ocala Tuesday. He came in to ex-
n ri change some cripple convicts for
r, as sound ones. The cripple ones were
last bunch*,ed with a lot of others belong-
eti.e ing to the same brigade and were
t re- sent up to Gadsden county where the
p 'tnhaoo ,rnows Colonel Roa"ers sayT



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The pli ary election is coming ini Throughout the tropical and tm- Please don't blame th, governor for -
for a full share of adverse criticism operate zones the Icemen is king and going to Denver. M!.-rs. H. M. Flagler. J. R. Parrot
ad strangely enough the bulk of the lord--over-all during the hot summer He has been bitten by the migra- and parry, in-'iing several ladies
i htory microbe and has wanderlust. -
CUriticism copes from those who were months.but now it is an open secret arrived here from S7. Augustine on a
ldet in advocacy of its adoption te This is not a new disease. It's, i
yeasgo. Tea years ago these crit-that there is rebellion in the kingdom name only is new. The children of special train ar an early hour this I
la were ready to condemn a man to and electricity has opened a way to Israel had it in epidemic form for for- morning, leaving soon thereafter for
outer darkness who ventured to sug- freedom and independence. Th.- ty- ty years. Open the book of Job and Knights Key dock. where with a par-
get that the adoption of the primary ranny of the ice-wagon and the moDuI- you11 find that Satan had it, for wety of engineers and assistant, clerks
wold not r.ean the ushering in of the "mental summer ice schedule must go. have his own confession that he came noahes n a u SUsis
mllennium in state political affairs. This is not another Celestial "tong- "from going to and fro in the earth. iand seprtphe a wull suga is-
When the conventions didn't go to war" but an electrical development andt from walking up and down in it."tence partmen, they will go aboard
suit them they declared the conven-1which will be heralded with great de- The Wandering Jew had a severe case the steamer Columbia. (CapTain Frank
tios had been corrupted and called light by every householder an! al-o ,of this same wanderlust. So didl the Houston and sail for K.v Wes.-
llly and long for the primary. They with gr'-a consternatLon ani regret Flying Dutchman. Gulliver. Sindbad It is very reliably :n ,r t,i rhat
t athe primary. The primary has ) by the ic.. Trsr St.the Sailor. Don Quixote, Baron Mun- tis r,. lagr an Mr Pr-
got the primary. The primary has th-i , s trip of Mr. Flagltr and Mr. Pat-
one against them and they now pro-I This an age of horales- waon.. chausen. Henry M. Stanley. Rol-rict
ounce all sorts of maledictions onp o u-s- without chimneys. wooten Raniom. the Russian army anti Char- rot ha,. to do w!th ant ill -rtl for
this method of nominating party can- Stovs and why not the ir.-'!,s ice- le Francis Train, all times the rjute whiAh i: 1.. ,pro-
didates. box? A nv.w automatic ar7ithioial re- To locate this traveling ,lios-as in jp)OSet ro trarse in extr-nlinm th
Some of these erstwhile friends of frig-.tro:- has been invenrt.,l which more modern times all we have "o do extension from Knirht K,-o.-t r) Kev
the primary want the law governing works independent from the iceman is to think of-William .IJonnings. Bry- Iest. ant t determine *if V is pra-(
the elections amended while others an hh:s ,liminutive .ample of cry.ural- an. Elbert Hubbard. Pat Murphy. Bill
want the system throttled and thrown'lized ,rm-wat-r This entirely up- Taft. Raisuli. and the Convict [nspec- icab)le ar all to o on with the :ati.
to-,-ilaTe machine pro.iuc-s i's owp. cold- tors. They have all go)t-wandierlust. t i aso -ai that a new royr is
overboard without further ceremony.,i "
Notable mong the latter class of crit-'ness. So. I say. ,ion't blame Browar.l. for; ',b survx.ye,!, which acroount- for
Notable among the latter class of crit- ness,-+nc t.th ni~-+r i 1_
Sca is the Bronson Times-Democrat. Th, new rfrfz.rator i-op-rat,1 by --h's go it bad.. he lpr.sn o rh, -nzin-1rs in th.
Editor Farmer is very denunciatory '!ect'-icity and worl-:s atomrnatically. I think that when he came in tro trom This rout. report has it. will
.#-d o th- wo.-iof K ",,, t-;K
of the primary. Read what he says In place of irf a "cooling liquid" is his last campaign among the "great- -a'i to rht westward or Kniht., K,'
of it in the following paragraph ci,-ulat-id by a small mn)oto)r-,Iriven h-arteot" That he would stay awhile. fI, i'- ourse will traverse I'rl
of4 it in th e fo llo w in g p a ra g ra p h *"Pi e K e.,w l o i- t-th w -
-The worst campaign of slander and puflmIp. The scheme for k"-ping the When there days passed, and the P ino K-y. twelve mTilko- t ,)th west,
abuse ever Been in Florida has jast refrigerator cool is the sane, as- rsed fourth founl him whooping distance northws,. thence To No Name Kev.
closed and we hope never to see an- to make artificial ice. Wirb the mo- of old Leon's red clay hills, I Ibegan to Bi Pine Kt'. R1mr,, Key. Sum-,
other like it. In fact this paper is tor-driven pump ammonia Is _com- hope that the crises of the disease had merIlani Key. ('iijoc ani Sugar .oat
ready to see the primary system abol. Ipresspd to the pionr at which the gas passed. When the tolling of Talla- Keys. Sa~llle Bunche-. Boca Chica.
ied for the following reasons: It is liquifies (for pure ammonia is a gasi hassee's church bells on two succes- Stock Island ant ,n t, the western
t s b d f r t e f ll o i n g r e a o n s I t i st e r m in a l o f th o is lai nd a n d~ c it y ,)f K e y
expensive. It engenders enmity and and the heat generated by this corn- sive Sundays disturbedl the executive, mst.al of ld ct o Ke
strife between neighbors. It gives pression i.- extracted with water sack- slumber. I began to figure on conva-
s t ri e b t w e n n e g h b r s .I jT h is r ,ou r e b y g o in g t o) b. w -:,s t a r ,
Opportunity to slander and tra.ets. This liquified gas is conducted lescence wTi rve a passg atros the er
dume good men so that the voter Is un- to the cooler through, a pipe an i al- But. no: it was not to be. The A a Hn1 whrossth tiwpp
able to determine which is right. It lo--! to expand in a coi!. Of course dread disease had too firm a grip; its part o Bahia Hondawhr tho Wa
altoeemewir is more shallow and not so rotgh.
encourages grafting. It forces the thte gaz- expands it absorbs ju:t as strangle-hold could not be shaken off. besides facilittin spee, billion
mnan to seek the ofce rather than the 'uch h..ar from iTs surrounding as That iron constitution which with-, 1 ip o o h n`
office asking the man. It forces the was generated in compressing it. This stood ithe storms of the Spanish wain Th parco rywio l ,n of h t:'."%3o
offlee seeking the man. It forces te T part wil1 i)# Aon-t rorn ,i c\.. or
voter to choose between the candi- lowers th, temperature of the interior ha.! at last succumbedt. I t w M i
v t r t c h o e b t e n t e c n i t w o ) o 'rN*. .N lo s s r~s .a' .n'i,- "! '-,i ;
dates who offer themselves, whereas near!v to the frezing point. From He bati a relapse which- a *
a convention would go out and se.ek the expansion coil the gas is conduct- Carri,,,ei him on to Denver. a. ipctin th new I
a o v nto oud g o t a d eksm*%ovinz anqt insip-ctin ,of thf, nio
+11 a k t h 'ct, -iI,ro st e .iy for Awlt-- oi)-'i o t ,fte b:' t-
the best men. A second primary is a I l)ack to thr cooI-,..r real for An- roo' rot o h F
hardship on both the Ipeople andi th. anoth, f cycl,. One more tleyve naii l "he o.li t ia-;! *- th ehT F. 1. ,ac';-,YvE.\Ca:mi :
candidates. It is most corrupt ani The iear:ty of ,he. ,'.7:-ic r. "frK,. .-- miliar -..ln on ti exe iv io r' I ., .' ,
demoralizing because it makes the t,)- is t.a'i, i w-ork- ;v01-':iv oa- ,tim :! fa.ied 110W'. It'C :1 nc,
campaign of such long duration. It m il"aly an-! With the tf('ti,)fn ,ofl.:'-.r tsrtace shows h. mark'- of NOTICE
gives the people no more satisfaction cc no,: W\ .,. :h.' p.,ra,:.- in i,:. ,'n ia n 1i!l t ant ;,on a nid fr.,iunr
"i.. .i. w"ll.IIn
than the convention and the coss' i- r- s e a -ain t. i< t is.. will a ' ,,' ': : t' ,,P !: .... i ii
too great antid grow ing greater. I .si ;p p t y-t tiny. ,-o trirc ,1,1 i1, -?1'TOhe t v,, d ". *, r its M. : i 'o t:,- ,'(a..; ('I:,n,) i. r o
!~~~~~..c:!.''ic' iih);o i whn, ('. i:,''Pla:, the N I)""-
passing will mark the return toU )a1i' Wai.terS ( it,',-. ( on,,;:n:nir. ..
in politics." I ,,. l !Z: i.: ,.,. A- W -.t :1 t.,: \\V.; h I.cin. t:ansl "' -, ., n ,- : -- "i (*, ." ).:,.e :, ,, -- ,. or
This is a strong arraignment tha' ..tt "} i -, *," t d -F i 1 t i I.i .-.-C!a'.: L \:. inl _,Tiiv0 S..rvi; '
Editor Farmer makes, but in conwi.i-ihS it-ve ca2'. the.ius'a'. Ta' ,ths--. Sin i ,n,.,,n, :
h e '"Iii ... ..... ro-z . a rt i. i-; '.i, ,,
ering it the reader must not sweo-, off .'rEND TRSE mo:Hr 'h zropia;t' E.tS, E THIRD PRIMARY -li .i hr ''!,
his feet by Editor Farmer's eloh u-ic. con',,l t, aPparaT ,;E.T,.- ^'3 E THE THIRD PRILR ihi caus to he r : .:orc.!y Mn1a>.; h a-
It must be borne in mind that Editor lv and there is no waste of t'l,'cr'i(t W R rtL this caus' ') ,lr i),r. 3IMnia Th-i
Farmer is sore. He has a p.,rs,.nal power. So sb is the n t.'- CHRIST I"^i day 4 Aisr. a 9epv
.Int ie further nr",\ r'e.l hat-a-c.. .o.
grievance against the primary. Three rator 1 i require practical Jul 19, E .ito this or. etr be piut, ,is-,r'..l once a week
uT :on ..xcpt-tt *ir. occasio*'n al oiling' "Mi( auoin>'v. r ia.- jm .1.'> formu ei gh CofsPlt Vt \ ,K in th
times in succession it has laid him oat. ,pntacm inxoepw an ,:-cnt itnal oiling "h I"Oalaor eBnh r nwcspaper^ ;)ubin rlh
That is enough to make anybody feel of 7he ^^f',ecr moor andl the cornpres- T: lm1t E-enin N\ew.-lI note with Ocal Banner, a n,'wspaper publishe~l I
That is enough to make anBo.itin eel sof n:u-h pri.l, your announcement of a in said county and state.
sore.-F,. Bnner.) And then. make In man cases the amount fornierly third pIrimary to select a wife and help This 21st day of May. 1r,)s
sore Ed.Ban er. An th n. oo. lt would fore meet forjn thate incompnarable and i lus-S T 1 TR \ K
Editor Farmer is sore because nt for ice woud ay for th new S.et fo inoparable Clerk Circuit onrt.. MarionSKco F,.t
the primary has failed of the refrigerator and the amount savel by trious victor of a hard-fought political Ci or. arioy. JrC. E C.
great mission that was cut out keeping vegetables, meat. milk and felh. 1General Albert XV. Gilchrist. The EDWIN SPENCER.
for It by some of its early advocates, other things in the icebox will more conditions prescribed appear to me to Complainant's Solicitor. 3-29
It ha failed to land the leaders of the than compensate for the cost of keep- be fair and I do not hesitate to de- ----
Ith. flld o dth lad o te 7 ^ w^ cot t ee)dare myself a candidate. I am tair, NOTICE
faction to which Editor Farmer be- ing a private ice plante ac I am tr N ca
loags into ofce and keep them there. The "'iceless icebox" finds its g-eat- weigh 13 n a- t ears this side In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi- ar
_., -,, -.. est field of usefulness in meat mar- of 4,). 1 can furnish photograph.. tak- cial Circuit of Floridia. in and for

truth 1 that the primary elect- kets. hotels, fruit stores, creameries en at various ages, a family-tree, and Marion County-In Chancery.
Stevenruth Is thComplainantrvs.lAn--
Ion system of nominating candidates and in all wholesale and retail houses a pile of recommendations from those Steven Riggins. Complainant., vs. An- ,
whon system of nominatingere perishable goods are handled. among whom I have passed my child- na Riggins. Defendant-Order fo
is all right. The princi!a! is good hood. my girlhood, my buddling won- Constructive Service. ,
antithelawvveriup t'- eectonsIt is ordered that thee dofendlant
and the law gwrniug t elections A LITTLE ROUGH ON THE COM- anhood and my contented maturity. I herein named, to-wit: Anna Riggins. ur
needs no tinkeri'. -' law is full MITTEE am equally at home at the cookstove be and she is hereby required to a,-
and complete and cop;;ins every es- preside at re- par to the bill of complaint filt- in
this cause on or before Monaay. th, .i(
sential pr-evisio:. tor ::r-ivxing at the Th* joke of the seas-o)n, itf no)' of the ceptions as gracefully and success- :rd day of Augustn 9 Molay thS.
untrammel-d ,h i ,i a majority of ,4ecad-'. is the one which \. S..n fully as I can clean house, am. in fact, It is further ordered that a copy o)f
the elector. "-i.t i. as far as the hings.- i, sai d To have strung while th-' the sort of woman needed to oc- this order be published once a weckk th
law can go 1ii' ':; :' ire abuses i ere Florida delegationn was on its \"vay to uv th high I)OSt of mistress of the for eight consecutive weeks in t1le ,
Is ample Iw ) r *t th it onl Denver. Ocala Banner. a newspaapor p':blisivh,
is ample law :- tr "t thcni,. i. only Denver. Ex'-cuti\ \TMansion. I have never in sai,1 coumty anil tae.
It is invok.d. :.nd ib,., Telegraph be- He propos.oi ,hat rht ., dleloation "t- ieen ii ove suffciently to 'listur!) my Th.'S Sth ,lav of .Jne. '19,i
lleves it should he invoked in ach iteimpt to secure rth. noniiuiaiion of uiliruifn 1)u feel that coul arn S. T. SISTRI'NK.
oq"ih .... Clet fol th tr!uiui-Ilear S. SMa Ri, n C, F
and every violation, but we do no' ), o\-nor lB-o.va,,-i for Thie ic-pr.i- ,, ), nin f he future Governor's lek Circui Co;irt. Marion (', F i
lieve we should set up whimsical corn- dlemc. on ,h tic-" with Mr. B-\an.. lo quamiiies. I wotft su ost -EDWIN SPENCEa'R.6 Sotii.
an. a.. halt# nqua ;ics. I wolda suggest cornl.........ci..
plaints against the primary sys,.-m NOw V1o.,n t that t" ,'.that pn it ; mad the ct i -
nor be led into abolishing this mode Browai-r, has. within 'he pas: w tk.. tt of oe to iass Ol the qualii- NOTICE
of making party nominations sintp'. ben neatly itiu-e,..L io1 fotr l-i ,t nations of cane itates li nitingn theC r alo- - ... I
because a few disappointed office States Senator. by the pyoptle" of l-'lor- c',lite', SpiralVs ro a certain con- in th, Circu!t Co r- of tld Firth in -
C?'elite~ aspi air s to a certa n co .-! u 3 t of F loriifa. in a rid fo r
seekers find it does not serve their ida. Nicelv and e ipha'ical! turned lenient nl'. ou ma tra I. ci Marion Cu'nty--In 'haicer' tor
purpoes nas wel astey had hoped 41010-1 enient nunlher. Y ou may transmit I Marion Countv-ln Chancerv..'
purposes as well as they had hoped losIsn. t.y name and address to the GeneralI .John R. Williams. Complainant. v
If we gave heed to the whims of these 1s i: sulqposale, that those sau. peo- b kitdly withholhl my nanm from! Charles \V. White et al. Defendant .
persons we would be continuiall pilt, care to see him piresi-ie ov.r the fo, -)rder for Constructive Servic<,
_. ... ... .. ... ..- .; > .. i .1 ,.'-, .if;j...im publication until the proper inI ar' It i orier'p t rhar rh ,.,ef,'ni.i .

changing irom primary to conveniot u-t'!t ., L t u site:tr- u.'- UI'iii llt' ll-
and from convention to primary. ership?
When we had the convention tthey \\'el. on guo-.- o,"
told us it was a cess pool of corrupt- Thi e whole action of i he F'orida
ion and we changed to the primtar\ as 'ele.i' on afro:d .- ie' to: n iuc;


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Mr. \\-'lKT Ha': w;- a l'''.--a FOURTH IN OCALA
Mi. po-'t'-r 1 Hull. of the Reidick S.*.-
!onf. Wa- a visi,,- To the city Mon,.ay. A BIG DAY-THE FESTIVITIEE
r. (;urr i- ~now busy buildi, GREATLY ENJOYED.
h:s xt-e-rinmry stables. iHe is lip-'( ,
date in th,- line of his prot7-,si,,n. Ft ::. S.::: ..-. l.iav.
Mr. C. 0. Turner. of Ga;iT. on'- (Iof ( ' *
the test farm ers of that section an.! W 'Ai n, ,: ; ,2a 'h1i' fo"' rIlf a .,,(
an ardent prohibitionist, was a visitorN ,- a lniini A.-n
in Ocala yesterday, i.tlh:o: Ii-lii- ih
j sun t a L o ro n1 a\%irmTh ic<('(.i.>-
Mr. Robert Taylor's little son Ro0-l-hial friendly :clou'i- woui't Ie'k 'hi'
ert. who is in Atlanta. has typhoid fe-- ture-, si.-, 'hus niiiiityinf the 1- a
ver. At last accounts he was report(, an'! niakinir the ;tn,,iperat'ure a.n!.'s
improving. all one (could desire,
Thi re was o( e :--i.,a :-k; tlie t-ea il-

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*b4 1-! r2' Ii- :n- Th. -; 'was t11't)1 0111
\ *--'- 'al. I p,,4. j a~ s t'r ct :
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kea are rejoic- O is-*rvaileLt aind thit was thiia the is:- ... ...t ac- t .1 ,r.,. in rjins r loca ..ar ha a, Arcaia th
~~~ ~~~~~~~h-. A:micla, baoyS in th'-'ti tandiec i~~r j e-a:h ~e
ing in the birth of a little daughter- ,:-(iN w, !-., a U w,-]l ,; .-., ;iiI <' '.,' "h-. A; a.!;at hoys in the f st anIli ,-=(':- er, han]e y s.!.h ... *h, onr., t by
tbh- little lady made her alpiparance hrsets anil hi( ,, -hbtwi hait T'. '.. .. .........,,.. '! ,.n,:c.s ""' "':- " "'" "--'"O '1, .Ito ('O!lt d in ,i. in:it,,1 in a ".i r.hirm .-.
last night at It o'clock. w' t \r \ t! e -lI t which ,.i.il" a p.. ' '! --*i '
.it:'ou,- and ptroggre-ssive p,-opl*. : (-.ri s is-.v:':e ?. Aftte-- Ocaia hadI be-n rt-,Tir-i in "he, The >caa anrd I e bhii' maine, cam<
Mr. J. R. Proctor, one of the ost \Vt. nlat ls b.-rvatiol ,i::: ATERNOON. ?s: inii Arcadia ca11ie in and scor- firs, Th- Le.sur. ian. 'hh r. n
popular and progressive men of he our h c I,,(iiaTica l campnai in. The ..- :. ,'w res ,ii:y. h tro hrar. ..n ,1 tally. 1ar'in hit a Ci o. Hn,- ? Ij ? of Tbot ,,piti hundraa d i 'h I ao pa
,. \\t. 1%,. :'-i: \v :'-sT1ill- r'atch that t';il:k ;an,i w i* "-Tr,! a 'TS LaI h 'F t a t 0 a a a l[ h r~i
Pedro section, was in town Monnax. ]."- ITt ,'\, Ih+ 'liti t .", .T., a"c > a... hs a i Ha- i n t O a h. o
"OB, a shopping expedition. 'ir. s-.-.i. *'he hors-- er- ;n ;"o Wi1 v TWO r. M lock. ite,- vaa-; r ven his. tas., via th.- I ab ipro i th- in 'h a, ,. Mo;
Oln a shoppling #-xpedilion, r ,-.,." i :.,. \e n t} ,: ,:... '
---- 'an i The \e h cl(.ns lookt., iike th,-v N :-, .:.. (-, ,; ;C l N,' wtT," r. M miller. a ;, !-'o l.. and too ': U-con- _n a i,,al ;'o< .... < rhan r~i.' L ,,.t, rs
lisl'aU 1d n.o au h l.iz-:l
Miss lola Liddon. of Wauchula. i..- n th, v hi:,lh:s lt'i:t: lke tl,' f .. ":,"' . : ,':aar: .;. aii:A Mr. Jack Mac- ;p:i-s,,: '.!,. ,ial. He went to thir, t cr,,w.I ;i--. r ,,,i, ,, w d. a fa : ';'irt 'ibt
he city on a visit to her parents. Mr. C< t.,'ry a .- r 1 11ain.v !i in-, : ;:(' -." iaiv,- h e lani ','i" :1 r,,'iri- s' n 7!nt o_ o (uC'!ark. Their .h,,riti i 1,! and'c u'-, k, ,
-h tUiledl. h tw'- > t1l I t
and M rs. Charl.-,s A lJddon, at tieir i'.- hi. th,'V . ,* n .:. *v < !: ... ,. \\d hiH'I(. tall. a ral)K. t s w .k t..r \u'r \vr i,'
born.- onil Ocklawaha. \ a. :" -. zr,, i'ti t ;i'! trtil,, alh- a *.- s 'L .- .i.;: ,'t K{i.. n-. 'ti this li" t iil n.>' *0i I".n-
T i.u c ro\'r ;,, s -: t .U,\ .x ' "e 1 ; U,",, :.f,. '-'.,:n. To th e i tv- sh o r'^ ,i;. ( )*.;tl t- ri *- *!i < >\ 'tel ir
M r. W V. WVheeler. George Blitch I. i .i. a i l'i r r ears i i . ..,. -,, i _i ".' t'ss. 'i-ht ii :e *" ;ii sco .: in th.- -.- 'k1e ",.I ,; iTni 4 ,i:k j.,'"'.! '.T
_'x .. .2'a -a .c.. Ltdi~ ht*+'t1 ,rA."''-,d ai ianlinii~ B linetr 1 ALti., i )ivirZ, nli,' 4r'i A111, tVi ,'C i, e
andi (.'arlisle Izlar of the Commercial wV '! ii,- p * t r . ...- l a h -. a.i. <,t. 1; . f i.,,
Bank left last night for Seabreeze to t o il.; a iti. ;ar.- ac-iii-i to\W lS :- .-".. i ,r V, ,-Ll' .:'. i !ad ..;i ob- \".t t asst- ', h ir st on i t 'ki li- I,,-s. TiS I k v>n' e'n j :, ;t, ,il
spendi The Fourth in the Surf t rior To(\ n.-. ilhai o a 'IW.ni ,)i v *o.,, " N t'as -
St n ~o:,-," afll" t!! ,,, \ve.' !: t y i cts v r U o iai l i as! flw. oat. ',. aa cinv. ,,-T ;;i ":a f' i *i ? T
Mr. (George A. Carnmichael has re- f.-ar!i,,r That "kii.it 7i ;.l ; ., *. I :.r2 ti!th !.lid -h)ow d thdir on a ,; s.--, bal y ['i;nr .n n .-
turned front a trip to Hot Springs \v .."n ()cala had i I r tC inii -Oi; l. .. i t < :- 'iiia:t at.i- ,.! i.'e. To rh.i.n hit inro a ,iouiii, play. iN, ''l t .r ,; 1(, '
I,1) ~ (Wala -h'.z. 2l lit4 rc
He says thai lha,'s ihe place to go to oint-;lTion. ;a.-T lali d;!t iv.e... i'. il* h0e a in ,in' ras 0 e a ;i Ad ni a in hir, .1r ,h r ta" .i = .i F .
get well. rai! o c n lar,-, .,: conlpanli,.. 1im- i.; :, ' . h L'* liitLs o1' '-con,! inning. Ali:-'nia v -. pd i Std toih r 'hi,. ,1 h W "irh .1
-- "i ,; ta s Ia '"I" '. 1 t-'ni ThI to ,rs? I t)i os. w s advaric-'d t i h lt, o ; <, hi (o ,r op
The many Oc'ala iiends ot Mr. o it coinlliiiication sal vit' raii j ;o t- : :It'* I a ilullJn e ia secolid v R Ro-e's sa -rviic. an! 1(o \Vih., ).ie an.! a-iii ona (,<'on.l ;i
sie Yonge. ,Jr.. will he pleased to learn : r,,a,!s hai d-cidd o} give no 'r,,I . i ..1 just nre,! third hyv Taylor's sa-cri'ic. ani co- rhino! .ewe.rr iileIi to ,fr. ',,ini
that he is again able to he out attr t .* .1 .,t '.l ,ai'.t. c n Martin> safety t4 c .-r ,tlr. tw\ o rnnnrsT line o',t -hor" t
14 Iw ,, i.- l r a 'e s a n ,i stp e c 'ia ",. ,in s o k,.x "t n:," "f "t (- .,n r
an illness of ovt.r a nt(nth at his ho:ne -. n -. i n -in "s::l ,.o-s the Martn -hn ah r to rst.
TorrI I ,. t iala illi A l'll Nl t ni :nt ; hllk.;I t- ',o.,- .. .. ..y .11 h ....1
in Jacksonville. federated Veterals. but sine, \\hu; <, .," s called a -draw." steal second. "The !ocals rlade two( nirt ali.j
time this nianifesto has teen repeatt,,!- \ t;iu' ltlle boxing match between Ocala tied up the score in the fourth in the fifth inning. Ford and Harri
Mr. W. A. Hammond. of the Blitch- ly Violated. It seems that it (,nl .: illtr's cler little boys, who winning, after which the game remain- got on base on errors by Vicker an(
ton neighborhood, was in Ocala on the holis go od at interior pointls-Ocala have t(n horoghly trained by Their ed a tie until the tenth inning, neither Hutchins. They were advanced a bas<
Fourth. His friends were pleased to especially in ill favor ever si ather.r nit xt aunillsed the crowds and side scoring in the interval. Ravsor, by Dodgs sacrifice. Raysor flew ou
see him as many had heard t Trade institutel t"r give1 repeated encores. the first man up. hit a beauty to cen- to left field. .Jewett then single
that he had crossed "over the river." those quo warrant proceedings du:- Thte n.xt drawing carild was the ball ter. Harris was given a life on an again, sending in Ford and Harris
ing th eason of so much -netvolls allt, btwetn the Leesburg nine and error by Alderman, Raysor taking Three more runs wre d -d in th
Mr. J. A.gHtmpton.son ooralOCiuch prisperity.
Mr. J. A. Hampton. of Floral City. prosperity." t. Ocal ball l T1eam and the Area- second base. Both Harris and Raysor seventh inning by Ford, Dodge aiun
father of our Mr. H. M. Hampton, was Shakespeare said: -0. it is e::cel-,tias all' ihe> Ocalas. The L.eesburg- advanced on a passed ball. Bennett Raysor.
a visitor yesterday. He says that the lent to hat a gians strength. but it ers can(, ti on a special train and was out on a fly to third base. Dodge In the ninth inning Harris hit t(
drought has cut short all kinds of istyrannous to ise it like a giant." **"eP in nii-i hopes of victory as they then hit to right fieid. was out at first, pitcher and was safe ar first on (,il
crops in his section, including the The railroads exercise a giant's had ,'- i1 8 previous occasion closed but in the meatinie Raysor hald scored lespies error. Dodge sacrificed hin
orange crop. strength over every interior city anlb (lt by a score of 7 to li. But making the runs two and two. to second, and .lewett snt him horn
I unfrtunatloelytrevrineorct i
unfortunately for those of uis in the in- this tine Ocala paid them back in Both sides had runners on the Pases with another hit past shortstop. iak
Mr. W. W. Clyatt has removed s r hiicthe-ir, (wl (oin, winning a victory during the succeeding innings. but, ing a total of nine runs to esr
teri'itr thitse great corlporatkinki whiehtescedn nigs u'n oa fnn, usrls~l
abstract office from the .lohn Rlert-1 jul ovsuch l'-lpful arteries o\I ~ thein I, \-i score of '. tto ;wt-re not lible to iut a mai across the nohin, an vi ih t-a
ton building into the ne1 lh.iv lMain coni!,Il'Ce an] r,.o-Ip co ii ..l,[p o lc iy arpa e.r With Puckrett ()it t1h oh 4(-h-(,oilt li
that ie has just erect on Main s'rlih i.k, a j::s:. li- Olilli i llonother (1columni. tl.se n the fourth b inning. ('lark fan-i' are <.l hnl a.
stret opposite the Ocal b-Iann: itsiit h' i:ih t ,ha\e \''I il : ax r,, r however. that th,,ie the next threp hatters. 'oh t.
building.:. \ !-i !-.- -i -.tr'ii' a 11,j o.c.la A T th e ni of th1, n in ith iltiiii n ., thh e', <-;i n .. ..... . ,
M r r s e a t s l ,* ;'- : .l a > t* i , 1 "' t I ,': l~' ,'.* 1 * ', v. '' ", i' t', ,' 'v I s '" i n1 t h i s co '-e !-t i lg, i T tie T h ^ t ,n h \\ ;i s i tI l ,..- i ,i- L; ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,,
MIr sz A r n ul ts t C t ,i t e,! . '.. -l.. .. tit i n ? hsr ,. . .
croher new ho-' t-(: K ilin ,o.;f-" ',.i't!r.'" il \ : t ,l ,t '*" ':', "o !'' ^ n- ot .,,. For ()c-ala. FPoti \ a.-. aiv'.en hi- -.ii t.,I. -' ,i-t- iFt, . Y
up~ it n- e.."" :! lt it a.! tol l ii 'at,' oin hal].. sltl|,, -&e, ttl.~~ 'A ho' o fl 2rt k .1'u,''-jie,-o hi!-. ,-ar'- .~
bntl b August 1 ;h 1 : iuli up "- 'l lT 1i'** 1ol'hkho
Inag fc~i epliti- .< I-t
Sc l i he r 'new hoe 1% -.' k K l:!-, '
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i owiiar,-t T he ,l|t, -,l' \'a,- ill (..,l d 14 \ -:,,.. :<., ,.i t ,' ,I \, :. .I3 . '-" *,, *.," ",.<

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M rs lit C a nil w ill sta r t lor N e '\\ i;'. ,-::; ,: i ,;-:'o. i, t i ",:'. ; t: \\-: r" :"' '1 ""t ""' .. :l', !r-t R:.. ,.,o r, !S '] t'ic ho',l^ "< !- i;* ' **t \v '; "; Lo i :\ .
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Y o rk to -n ig h t w h e r e s h e w ill s u~ i \ ni ;'a "t ,1". <(<"i I *. a-, t '-i r k.|i ;, jl, [2 i 'i ,,e tt T W':f'-- ,- ,i w r .ir e f'T v- ti I\.l]l +-- i .i .ot i1 4'i ih
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t tvles &n d bu v an a ssO hii tnlt oit .<,. ,- : V:,- *' :; ,.. -. }_. w or\i t' 'k i.- i''ari;i^ l,. '. sbii,'L. ,inl <'lar"
for the firm of H ayc'raf an 'l te "amip] i.: "*- ,I:, !;t," '.,iatf;,' It .r n -. --I 1 1 ,~ -- - -- .. (IIa !. l'.s-'-. -, ,, it- -- '._ -- ...AL 2 -

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I e ot no d',:. t9 In'e.
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Mr.. Frank Stro.be. F. D. 1. Appli-
ton. \% i-., write-, :
S"I t-'gan IAinl |','rtooarA few months
ago when mv h.i'th, and "trength were
all gone, an.l I % :w nothing rilt a
i nervous wre k., 'Ad o- t iletpt'-t'. a-t or
" rtst prpwrv. and, f.-i' n, dv'.ir,* to lIte.
"'rhr.e ttitle*-4 -f 'Pruna niails me
look at life. ini a i tf,-rent lght.A. I be-
Sgan to regain my lost strength. While
my re .-'ov.ry t<..,k r tarly four months,
at the end ,of I ,iit ltii I was better than
I I -ve'r hiad !t oiI i -f..rer. I had a *pls-
i did o(,lor anl iinever w-iich@4t more in
I my lifte.
"I c'ertainlv think Peruna to, without
a rival as a tonk and strength buwoid.
I and it ha i my eiiiorowment."
SThis lady entirely revered frrom a
' Dervomlm breakdoluwlt. She did not go
away to a samntarium, and spend heI-
dreds of dollar for a care. She ojust
staid at home, took Peruna, and in fou
s months weighed mrare than over In h
! life. had a sple-idid color, life Iook"l
Bright to her. Permao did all this tor
t her. What mor e ouIld be expected 4
I any remedy?
Man-a-lin the Ideal Lazat .


S All th.e rand attractions tof (ikala's
e1 ;elbratoi ()I on tt'* Fou.lrth ai- rn n-
Tionein'd ll th ,, ,ilv,rtisini! *',iiliiiitt**
Sin big hantd ',il' -'(.pt he- irr,',isti-
i t* 0 n-lnlotlins.
* Trh,'. '..i' -e.1 ,.lt'. 'rti~.It g ,li,'l 'he r-
t o, ,,iy tl i iito d i(i> .41l,, *,*xp <- ',th*,ir
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* !i '> to !.-,0.' off ,d '"rikiira \nl ld

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Oh, Ill sing to-night of a fairy land. in
the lap of ti.. oc.an st.
Aid of a!li the lands I've .rav-l,-d C'er.
"Us the lovetist I hav.' nitt
Where the willows weep. and the ros.ts
Sleep, and the balmy breezes blow.
In the dear old land. that swe-t old
land, where the b-autiful ri\ers flow

But oh, Alas! how can I .i?-'tis an
exile breathes the strain.
And that dear old land of my y )imihful
lovw 1 may never s-e a, in:
And thi- v'ry jo.s that till :ny lirea.t
must (,r ,c'haize to10 vo'.
For tte d ar old land. tla1 3 We-Z old
land. where Tht b)-autit'll rier:- tl.)w

But Ill sing of t' e lonely, old church-
yards -t. h#re ouir fathers', tones ar-
Where the (loi.-t,-s stand, those ri':n>
grand that our tyrant foes have


Mr. ,~: or: W i1lE Y OU allow n~

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And I "11 strike? the harp with a mourn- (.iA 5t:,--,: "! In.: 'v-..d *.. ,. : .
ful touch, till the gli-t'ning tears *S,.,)T a '- - ',,. P :'r :tiui !, I.'-v
w ill show. i,,lr-' -" "- ; >" : -..-
For that dear o'i land. the sweet oit D,'k'- f. .: A.::-:,:- -. :...' ,
land where the beautiful river- ,*'A t, o :' .. '" i'' .\.:..
fow ." I:, 'n "1 '*'t (J!i'





Now. in -i -~r~h hining -:-ar.-, NEGROES IN SUNDAY SCHOOL
W i'h a li th e '- -d o:,.,"-,-.b iu -c
1- d-.t lar sxri. T!-,--- following tribute to ilhe Soutih-
(*. "o n*l l 1 J p a r : -L e t o m a fl 'o w h o .111. W
A n-:: 'w ith !t: n ca art lh m :no a fl:'-: !t 11 At Tl e re .'# n
'A -Mv o.i2~(~~' c>aile thtre. too. tenfliatlflo al ~hI s.hiwi(.4 ~en ~

\'j ~',. wT.*.lhim in Iba*, le 8 Uife
S o 1V' a x t- ~ :~ and ri .
Thio -iain -'zaX. u;) h'-ir life.

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Flori ia's iglher Educatior0 ;i InstituLU 0ons.

-Next sessiwn bogi.,ii T. F

Wm. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D. Wtnt..--r Park. Flom".

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'House Furnishings Parlor Suits
Rugs, Art Square* and Mattimg4. In Leath*r. Upholstered and Oka"

Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits
i in Mahogony, Sirch. Sirdseye of a', kilade.-Mohogany amd Oak
Maple and Oak.

Wr V- China and Crockm

T'it, oth,,r daY a dt-ar laoly frien;I
!11- pholo-raph ot a handsome
an". littio b-')Y 11,1111od _I*,.,I.
I)ia% i114 a hou t
thk, iloy was

aill ic f,11 her rilsh-d AtIani a
--ii gei tht
ni-n! lka, ;n-, the hoil-riddon mothor
at Ilonio.
Whw Iqtppono! to family may
a it to
Koop your do-I at honio and in u z -
z1o him in h o 1 7
t t he , f ra v oz ff ) r i t 11 o I I -


r-j-.i.eqe for
The '..*-ote 4..

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tT f
nd I'll sing of Emmett*,-, lonely fate.
L kt- I)
annd of his lonely grave- Allan a j!"'Ti"
f his early doom, and his youthful -as arong ont, of !'il, a Ii, i :1 of t.)
But "ll" till)-
bloom, and his spirit ri,,)re than,
iaii:-%%,c1r to Iiiz. eounTr%`s call fmr vo'LlIl- !,LO f %vo
I in-ut Iiiiii i-oam at la -
bmve; !T~rs. F(_)-mod lii- own eonij)any. wag fail to tl-.-so Surl_'
ili-:u ani day, ho ht-24,itis to
nd ah! how blest and calm his rest. I o Pulasi-i lose is
!-em airing two'No 41ax scliot)ls. it, tliat till, l',t; t I j,
tho' his gTave be cold and low. oni-rt-,i o Virzinia.!l doniesticato'l Chal-actel., and lie -a(l- 1,
t" il nation hi,41A -I!
i that dear old land. that sw"i old:Th-rt. It-. tially I't'Vel-tS TO A-01fiShlieSs. It is thela tilaitor ot,
land, where the beautiful rivers
colon,-L of th,- ThirT -Eilgh, h G--or- The G,)o4 Fatiit amrati-i-'A lliat-
I s! ra lo- tliat .H!s sflt:ej). if lio call- 1
now. itk-rs on T1ii_; eii-th th.!, wio timn can-
-.a Xoluntil--r litifaritrv. At Gaine;
110t filli ,110*"Tl ti) E0 Will III-OV

L 11 L :% I L t a t- 10 L IJ 1 t I I I t:' NN L I I 1' 42 .% not -,Ht -)zl wit limit tiio of th-
1( ILI i c K e I Is or it I IV or Inall.
or k--!Ipts n"In-'r

'N"'I 0.1 th-, 217,11 0"
And 1*11 sing of Tone anti the Geraltl-: L L
;a fierce battle was fotight. thert, ho it,*:*
Ine, proud Edward true anti blest-
Tey won '.he caVwn-the martyr*s- "ii arn,,- on battle ani Qit
oth-r vvas ba-l!y woutideti. S"il" lit,
and they sleep in shade anti re-,l:
novtr _-a',,v ill) and won tlit xictorv.
In heavenly mould their names are
F-1 Col. Cioinor', C. Evan, ani
rolled-they died in manhoo, s '.:i,,,Ad and
For that (tear old land. that sweet OM!lii' 011' slich trut'. nol:"
land. where the beautiful rive.-s'ai,,': ki:idt-he.-eol co,.ixai#-s ili-y wo-,.
sow. 11- Tol'i "n., of tile lially 1ill';
Col -iitj for injil as 1,t 1,1%
And 1*11 sing of lreland*s- ancient days. I
when her siress were kingly nien. T0i)st, s"!1k.,j1 cli-As. his .)o-iv
Who led the chase. anti the nian'!;!,,,, -i,,.o1lt'. rw'aly 111illit
race thro* forests. field anti glen, fit,
Whose only word was the shinin.-,'l-,, to
sword-wbose pen the patrio!"-z ol(j lio%% "la''
blow i tO takt, tile hall'i ill, !j-:#-.1"
For that dear old land. that swe,-t oM ozi, k ti) hofi-k, Co,
land, -where the beatitiful riiersihin, frori thi-s earth. it, 11o kro!
111ow. !ahlo ho waiintei to Coiro one ii-oro

BATTLES iT;nie to see his ol-l honie aiif fri-nds
in Atlannta anti be with so niany of
11aftles, and wars, and combats-man.
with man, ,It-ar old eoziirait-': C(A. E%-ati,.
!Harrison.- NN'right. MeRri-le and oth-
Striving for place, supremacy anti!
iers. He sent them his love and bost
power. lwishe,; and to tell theni just a fe%%
Not since the first dim dawn of life!
inionths. a few more years. anil would
began i -e parting,
:be with thtm up there. whez
On this small sphere has e ,
Pea(7 ;is no more, at home with Jesus ht- lov-
reigned for one hour. led so tiearly.
Battles. forever battles. I C.,)I. Parr wa, a citizen of Atlana

Why should we marvel" In that heart i for mail\, yo;,ars. Aftor the war he
of thine inimed to Scrze%-en. ConYors. Co,-ing-
Has peace been known to fold it.-,; I ton, Ga thence to Gad(tens. where lit,
lengagel in nierchandisin,- and nlivi
wings and resi'
Ah. zkol Two natun-s. hianan and di-iing husitiess: froni thoro he nio%---,i to)
Ville, !P orida. Ati-I !;L%-t-d ih-,ro thirty yoar-
Vk'age always -%vai- u'".1i the hunian colit!"W'(11, ill Ocila.
breast. i He h1l"IT Tll,,' 010i CIMT-1 j], I +
Battles. :on liail. 0 a!a Nl41wt-ztimzA
awl othor promint-lit houses and .-e%*-
Wars. wa r N,)t in olwuera' t.n.- !'-'Id all
field '11awoft !J-
Are foag. ity c(MM(A., Of! there. Al"ttT Z!
But in the '.tu,'t- of meti. con-' lit. T

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Nvolfish forociy. Thest, do-s
1!fr,_IquInTly roani ill pacII:s anii at i.ight,14"t
.art, extronitty fieret, and d an,.,-, I ro u s. ; -III !'it, ',TIT 1!
T,, sa nothill-4 of los-s ol. 11"irii-i-s tiort, I-; r,#-ac#-. -,iod
these va,-rant dogs arp a srious
a 0 11 1_1 ; Mill life. Tht, f a i I -,Y,, o f o n e -It'll 1 :1 t
:0f creatllrt2:. 111,1 colillim il;CaitI of t,
at an,. an-i yoii

A 11'all o a:1., 111a,
to x. IM111
zi:,,)N\-s hi- 4,)"- o roa ni a ny %N- li 0 re ol I T, pill
114 1 St AN I I I
itlisa I: H t I oil'-lit not
t I tA I' t i t 11
I hat the wiii- ii+-ro V T I' I I i I
!i f,,els That lie hit,,; Tho rit..,ht to pro- "rant Th'a" is t,.I!. Ioo !11"le"i clim"I
+ conimitted bv tho rit,--ro v(_mth. bu Ill ,
eci his premist-!..
if dogs are To be alloive.l to roarn at considering this phase i)f iit--rc) lifo
must reni,,Iniber that it is thp
large, thtv shoubi at least be muzzled. I w"
Votin that --ix-t- t ro u W Statistics
It Ought to bt, a niisdomeanor foi- the I 1_% I"
citizen to willfully permit an unmuz-1show that two years algo 1,10111.00i)
t1ren of my race entered no public I
zleol do-, to roam the whole neighbor- I
hood ni-,Iit and da,%.-for siich, a dog! school. an-I a largre proportion of thoso
is necessarily a nienace t o life anti who were in school attended only felir!
property. lor fiv- nionths during the year. Thert-
In th- suinnier time even those 1()g.s are hundreds of thousands of black
which art: kept at honie by the own- ('hiltlren who enter no Sun-lay school
ers should be muzzled. This is par- Or church on the Sabbath day. Bilt:
notwithstaiidin- tho eilorniozis amount
ticularlLy advisaHe in the case of Col-
lios. Setters aid thickhaired fice.. of work to be done. what already has!
"Mongrels of I( w are es,)ec- been acconiplishp-1 in moral anl roi-
;ligiou, -rowtb. iniheates the possibili-
iailx langerous anti ought to be exier-,
ties of such worl mil f!irther:
lilinateil. on getieral principles.
ill it -octj4
; t4ort, n that t1ii _)Ti
Possibiv. vou will th-ink this an
na rt,41 editorial-btv %Nait tintil, ,;otiit-: T h i,-4 eotintr- dol)! ot .,z-ati-,
()I' hravo. in-!
'tr-;Wo cas-I of hydrophi)bia coniesit`(lo ili t
I Z- 0 1 fi h, couf*a._101i:-;
NOthin vour iiiiiiiellialt- and;

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ren all(! womii Smiih 'which-MUssion r urniture
It call oe..I! lut, in all the different timtshes OcId P,*,.es
t h i s r-wi
ill co-o"). -;fill w ith tl,- .;J;I-
ill.it ha,-m,)n,' All Kinds of Bed and Tabie re n s. Laze P

an3 L C:-Illg U- -)m)NC S

By lips atA e.ve-,, tricl.okl out in smill-
ing mirth.
Battles. forevot, battles-

Strife. always siriio. Wi I d pazozl(ins
day an(I ni--,Iit.
Like billows. bruisk- t1w brea-;t, an(l!
surge and roll.
While that uuen(iing %ar of wrong,
and right,
Desire and aspiration wear the soul.
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1-aill, la Licl, I! I,()%%
-,-),!('k Oca'a. onua-,It,i in Ow
f mi i t I a r it U, k in s ti tt I
h i I I h !. 111 i o' o:tj a -oln pcllod
T a t oil 1, 111 1 1 l a I I I fit,
;.I+-(,amo totally

Ev--Iusive *alo )t
Anil carry t h ve ry

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Buildina tfair I i I)fv;nbblp m




Heaters, R&nj6e*,, Cook Stoves
Full Lint- of L*p-,l-l-,l,-.At-- Pi

Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Hamoss ind Saddlis







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Too great tribute cannot 1- paid to -_ The world of letters will miss and Those cantaloupe grower-, ou, 'l
lPRANK HARRIS. rito. the signers of the Declaration of ,.de- "I'tcl H-enr., WaTr'-rson has eern mourn the gifted genius who entered of Florida are running up on b-3
P.V. L vengowd. ftSnmaManagr. pendence aIn the founders of our a nfwspaVir man all his life nearly tho fields of southernn folk-lore, ltoId en market an i low pric'-. For1
- --- government. and has naturally the newspaper in- communion with the boasts and birts alay gets th cram .
~~louipe mark -". A N 'w Yo:k ,-,
1 Self-govornment wa.- then an un- stintt that is h- has a nose for the an. wove them -., ith artistic perf.c- ays:
tried experiment. There had ieen "sensational." and he made moe'.- of ion about rhe picrturesqlu ene0ro orf e- Cantalup- t a,, i- (.i' i--
attempt. in that direction; there the Park-r-CIl-velanti res:)ltions than fore-the-war in such a mariner that ri-, on rhe ark:et. Wi'.' i .-hip:!
had been more or less pretexts an i tilt' facts justified I'ncl.- Rpmus has become Irh, endur- running frm 1. t,) i7 ,at- 'ia p'
excuses for a republican form of gov- It seems to us that a s-t of resolu- ing heritage o; literature Tih n-ight e ha. bn own to a ;. ; ,' h
rhert- i. n(or nuixi!., !)rofi n 8A.m',, ",
e ,E rnment but in its true sense. in the 'ti, on the dlath otf Mr. Cleveland and symipa-hy. th-l deica,- -kill in th (liori, ,rtl S iai i,,
^a souse in which we know it. there had are not only proPer but imperative, portrayal. the- kindiv h:imr :::. hom- in.',' ,i ; .:- an.i "::- "
i been no republican form of govern-
ment known to the word. Spaking about th resolutions |Il)phi.l-ophy hi h prai, hi- .-. N : p-,rs ".- ::
TOutr lag and my flag. and how it flie.t Prai:-.worthy as the amnbi:tion v .s it 'ilitg. P-i'Pr r says: intrpr-tarion of rhe. n;-m ow ,ni. ,i' ar **',.a-l *:-., t:' : -.
v and tradition- ha- '.on tor .o I a. '.,,w a.- ;..- ,.' a i .r ." -
Ir yourdland and my land and half the 'wa alo:t a forlorn hop".. It haI e"R- ln t prea,:ratin an n Ihandl trHarraIio a, a ii,_ iIa ;n o .- ,, t : *, a I, ;r, ,, ,i
world away; successf+I!y- comibatted throughout th--i trollui ,fon of resolution:', expressng t hi'h j '. A g, many ,r the 'alif,':,m. ,
Bom red and blood red its stripes for- age. The church belivedl in !:ingiv the i,'.ep) r,:-,r of all g o,)od cit;:,ns. h"' ,r. '
ever gleam civiLiz, d wr wili a'i:-n in sadi- lar s ar f inf,-dr i ': "' .
Sbow white and soul white, the good It gov1rn ': : ,1 'lthe subjc;: !:i lb-,n wh I:, deiou '-at- or rh;);iVa forefathers' dream ; !goal in ".-i.. a ,h. E very a :-' , ha l h,1 1,T,.,. ,i..e l ot II ,. ,. and "h a ct >- a -l !..
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The gloried guidon of the day, a sh',-l- colme hopl.,,ss In making a last de.-- ocratic party of : hi:- z'-pt s.rvic.,. li.ano
ter through the night. pl rate a:"empt on thes- s-'r; -. .t.was re i r h. h co; !., I nha oilv ti Tm ils w: l:y tr .i-' .),)i i" to ... .
sn.,r .-. it w a ro-, ,h oo Your flag and my flag. and oh. hiw .-ik tl \ ~~~~~~~~~~~~tint:at ..- \v' i, h0 ,*.- fek th cu:1 .,v i:a ti s -.- *r. ':'2t,',-r :.,::.1 ': ,.. ,
much it holds-' an unil.no :n .! 1 .,i ilroIi.i. .-a. The I -l ,;*", t mlin r. o t the w, -'
Your land and my land secure withiP-i; w.r and ..l. N York oI, i-..at!.),., ;rOl'r .h" .-, 1('1 .
Its folds rr c rt : .r ,- i x, : a:- "- .... ., .. ... .
Tour heart and mIny heart beat quick?-r i unet-iain Pi' 'i:- .i i .--' -' .. >>. -: ..
at the sight. h a.. "; at:,iinpt i. ,'" v,-!l ioli ;ii i ,*** :;i'tr :.*r !ia r ,- ....1
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Glorified, all else be'ide.. the red and, 'h I hil ,, l ", ".,
white and blue. 'l.har ehoy tafi a goodIly lan,!lI T ; b.:e b.'e ..i 0 1)11 f "hI :i ..'i l -, of f :: : .. *:','
la ,hitlical xIr!s-iont, a "'lani flowing iian. r.atr l,;',.sl. n'-. I" also .- PAD CAH REG 3 E. SOLD -. -* a
FR IDAY, JULY 10.* r PAD U A HR EG; `7 E ER SOLD .* ,, "
FRIDAY, JULY 10. wi,;h :.;;li-. and honi.-" Why sho4uldt-,. al'rop:'ia- ', .-'m-- 4f nv a.-s. -0. -h\, ** *
'hey lp) iid on nr-ln thr- t iousanl at antId I do nol)t h sitato .r) sa ,. .... " )%' 1'; i -:' h rA .:: ,lt l.,
The death of Joel ('handler Harris miles- av a' to govern hemni? Why; Iranki tor rea.-ins hiat ,itar ovi- ', l, ov r r cit --. ,. lth s '.!
Is a national calamity. were they not capable of self-govern.- ous, :hat I sho'!!,0 -e th- one, To ,fferlof ,ili .,',p .va' '- ,rc ... ,I: ,'. '' i t ro '
Mr. PuTN oln dmeuit? Why should nor all the offices se1ih resolution-, and it was and is v At a`y ra., i- a ., I 1. 'i te ", '.li.-. .w,)k a- ,',)'IIl tr-o tl,;ur
Mr. Paul T. Nicholson and NMi ss p -culiar to govi-ernment, witb their rich jint-ntion to o so. \Wheherhr they wilI H Prlr r l, n, ir ',;,'n '',r t r, *,
PeWrl McCord of Quicny were mar- em >lumens. belong to theniselCvs rake The form indiicatedi by te t'har-5ia i H ,Prh rs.l th.in B -i).-, < :'" r l '.t''ii ar-' -"r *n"-.
Le Wednesdatk te oininiay-ib t* tt- zati,`Ion eh,,', in BO5'4)8 i tBei-0? iit.-'t' ii-,:~ ~ .-~ ~: r)!~ l
r Wednesday. and ti:i.r children aft-r them? tive dliaft lublishe.li in New I orni\V, mu ros esme that he ,, ant i sht' ": ,:-,:..:1! T:
That is the way. no doubt, our fore- since I left there. I cannot say. for theItho he will p av, r aa q
Judge Wall has held that an ordi- fathers reasoned to themsele-., silent- simple re.-ason that I hav, nor h.i.i eh ,))rt;niry t) 1iik. the i '
ance of the city of Tampa taxing ly if not openly-because to have ,lone time [o study it caref.;Hv. I shall ,1t tntion. S uch i -n-hod, rh1* 'n- )a':ni: n C 'ti.- '' ; h,'... a.
banks is illegal, s. openly would have been treason o as soon as I ha'e h oppornity '
. ~~~~~~~~a large arnouzmft o-f mnl)eyv %%wild T,~!~ e,- '"'i t -i
against the king land shall enbo, :y such portions as more *%a;t'-ful Than maw. other re''
Why is that some men take defeatT h is ali;h mbiysc oro airo w-- r n1' l i 'u'.'''a "r..1(
Whny is that some men take defeat !n a wori. our forefathers were tired seem to b.- suiTahld in the resolution- ., whh have t-, Ie; : and ;,- ,r-, otin rat '. j\ E n a' th. '-',
o grafully should be snappy when of "carpet-bag- government and want- which I hope to have the privilege of s, ,, with gre.at a-, i ti;vy !i l 1 ;' r ; i'1"
commended for it". ,
co dd o' to do the governing themselves offering. Anv- sugqestion that my' coi- clrly utld e harmI",-:. Naturail;v rn- 1 -
James Schoolcraft Sherman--2 let. How. thtn. should they- proceed to leagues or myself w-ere actuated bty nc a nwsIaper w.ulll h :1 mis.iorn ,,.pI ,rh,'." .,-- '.',-' rt:
tad a h oo--Apalahicla hrow off the yoke that was galling toilav nioyiv, orher th.-in a dlesire to pay ary enterpris. rarh.- than a bpy..ine.ss V ;, : :'
tes and a ho odo -Apalachicqla tribute on a fiting occasion is .vetrurh, ad ,h '" .sptapers A- ,, 1 : l ', a ; '
oimes. 1. k.,:*& 11 V1vu114 saaioi othat .i-%%sj.ap'r
------------. "Taxtation without representation." wholly without foundation, as I ani O conzi.i-r it i t l t b *e '"
nothingonsi ill theadpenriou.-,,- ,a: wil
If Hughes had saved there might wal nothing new in the iepen- confident every fair-minded man will n. mor tan !he o'., s, reard i
have been some show for him at Cic- dances of kingly governments, recoznizo when I shall have cmipler-a chllrcih. l1i poil" *o !suc sih a
ago.-Live Oak Democrat. And what caIred the- tor that l-ttle'i the resolution for submission TO the journal mi-hr .)r,.i -n -',.fl .-"- -,_SAE
tax on tea? convention" .ice for the ch:":i ,il- for th'-ftri:' ie po.-t of t.e Condition of the Mur
Hendry Brothers of Lee county These things seove'd, :ner.,ly as I)r,-!co, 1ini v.--N -- B i-dfNIa:-,-
h c(tn,'n'iniy.---N B df):'Ai ,Ma.-- roe & Chambliss Bank.
have purchased the J. N. Bloun: texts, but glorious ones. never, less WHAT CHANGES TWELVE SHORT Staniar t.j July 1. 1908
tock of 3000 head of cattle, now pas- It gave our fo'efathers an opport'in-1 YEARS WILL BRING.
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trying in DeSoto county, for $2o.000. ity" to appeal to the world for a j:s" FREAK NsWSPAP-' BUILING -
-- fixation of their acts in Isvering h,, The "nman who disco~ere., Taf" A AUILDING Loans ai 1 discounts. ..... $i7-41 t
Carrie Nation says she will "'tear bonds which united them t) he -moth- :s now sprinzinu ,ip numerously In aUl A building wihot itw nwin, ha j,,s' Marion c ,)ri, ,, ar..rnt- : -
of the first sheath gown" she se-s. er country, !'art- of the country. A contempo- been complete., at St. .u' os .1) pD,: ,i Pl fronn h b-. '-i a a '
tat us hope she sees the first one in a The real object was not to have tep- ra'y has cou.,red somerhin.t like forry lishin Cotpany phi!h is .ne .,,f th.- .. I '1'1 )7''
shop window.-Atlanta Journal. r'sentation in the British parliamnent of the slpe('is -in a week. Bult no man most singular archir-- '; ',ial t rea o. Bakn ..... !. .. !'',.,,7,
--not to get rid of the little tax on will el-^ ab le to prove, the Kehoe wants to eliminate the tea--It to get rid of paying homage that le ,liscoveredi Bryan H# ,tier- It is c,:ns.-tr with i.-)ii .ail '
vtes of those who were not properly to the kingly crown-_to set ut. a gO- that nea lirit office for himself | only t len jgs,,,; on fr a ash OH1 han-- ...... -,-,-; '. t
q=Iifled. No person not properly ernment of their own--a government andt is entirl "t rto all ot the credit totininh fr')t anid o)ne ton- 'nthe.r
qualified was permitted to vote down controlled by themselves without in- th'.refor.-Saannah News. ,lor in nth; e ,lr)f :,, t ;,,il*itn
this way., terference from across the seas. Editor Harri.-. of the Ocala Banne,-. Th, st!r't('rI' fll-'sIl'C.- ';%; b" 17"I \.. "..!T -4 ". '!'"

A w western editor asserts that it is A free go -er un ent',' that is w hat originally ,iseoveredl M r. Bryan. but f eet in plan s -':-.,i, t f e, ,, I.[A.. ;.,
'n us trying to publish a nonpareil our sire-- waned to establish and that he isn't as 0.roun, ,f it as he was a an.i Is enri.--,v lil-,t trom I Poylhr rsy.ih ..s *....... .......
l is n r, i~.-~1- ut-hivt th~a ]I, dozen ea:- ago.-O(caki FVyenin .... ... 'I .l .

newspaper in a long primer commun-,- IA ... ... "-stilt-%l i. n roo. e m-ain par t 1'the hi: ,T1- :l-.iivi. ,,,i r,,.'- . ,;,t. .
A nd .s-evering thlit'bond., wh ich iStar.- i;"
Ity." He must do as we did-raise A ing for:ing ,one lar ;,'n Th- bIil.i- Iii, -n 1 )a.! ,
the standard of the e*K unity' bound them to the imoth !-i counlli ry- Elito r Hiarri.o. of the t ,cila Banner. ug is t r -,,norr i ,,e,,C. fr ini-h d I, l i ilta i,) -. ....
th.e standard of the com."r.unitv. -. il" is" of n i ie;li- ,
wa- a brave andi iespera O perf,)rn- aso originally ,,ii-cov-ro,i Edlitor Bit- extriorlv with a r-w, in< nir -,l fac 0 t -D' ..
Alfred Soderma,. (s: W'",.-ster. has ance anl has f.,hw it any puaralls n in i ,r .to t TT lt e rts aso t d if ili-. A coppot'oor"un. i-x .t, ir .* "' .
made potatoes andl t,.i-,.oes grow on history, at. no ni- i .r- prai.o stln h i I*, PI)! )roudi. ,'him it is not a,- c)acked with a ia ;-a, .o. ''tall of co!-
ilerj t lo h - u..fr ;i,. ....4 o o
e vine. Thai c-he.,, Ie done ith. ,1 poets or 1-. s os i.-- -at,-r than ri. his au! for he tries to h;e. r te a f,.ot thii'k rui ai. ti 1 ,
Populism and .,-ff-'rsninn Democra- those f,:trle-s men ,-^V .. __J ^ 1:^ ': ,: .: ^ B^c *^ - .. -,- :i -.r-, $.. *. ..r..,,,.1 ,.
cy.--New Yor \V~ o, ld They '%vor- few ;n n ,nib-r .- th-v hai THE AMIABLE GENTLEMANiBE.! n )t st to t i- .
no arsenalsfor The aof COMES A LITTLE BIT GROUCHY "I,.
The south it. :" I" t ecwniize,! as guns anit ani ui nations of war. i n li I, i ha', u .,i ,,. s t ' l t' i H
~~~A!, ir *n ha.'till- -ula ir~
a n i n t e g r a l p .r l .{ % i' i t e d S t a t e s b o a t s a n dn h a ,1 n o 'r i h t t o "x l r t h t .V , h. l : r : A [ * o f L on~i o : i i v- >.\,: : -* .. i
L uke W ric h t. :, lrone es-ean and a friend lv, hol p. o otho r p ow ,,,rs. i i" (( . wl ,) h s a n mlaltlii : -' ':- rl.lir ,'' ,-'* ii !'i, ,,i t r-: lii 'i^i t ^1 tld h i s o [ : -, n
I intOc I'l xvho 1h1-".I a ma ia for sittin -- tH t l1t1 r':1( Il I8tT
democrat.- se-ret.i of war. If we' They had to legendd: solely "- rh(6 7-,. '" ha *,;. ., h, ''', -' -nc- ap a ,-i-h i.- rh.- -
should have a S "Shoot, l..e' bravery anh i pat'iotisit l o. a, -,ar.-.'. t Z. 't,! o"Pi.s,:": "-. tho \i. i(s,?... "wt ',y ...- ,t s I v\ ', n ,.a -: ,i,'.r l;, l
would be tb slogan ,, ;settl-d Territ,' lso h v a : ar, -, v ,lla : --
-t1!He" \'A also ha.t\e at g,'!nl:-tlall xxho .. ..- ,.t. tiii '1 l,' i!t.., ,t.; i~i!.t-.
Itwa a bi u~trak tlz tl:t r~,*at, IrI a I ly onjo%.vs ,ettin.,- ,,.'feared fo, !
W e h o p e t h a t F l o r id a h a s n o t l o s t pbo le -, Ir t %.v- t t h a tuoicaa.,.'i 'n i t oY i"t1i0,-, 1 So n.X... 'I- I -'11h -T .l i-P-ao r -.::xr -
t e s e r vi c e s IolC rs \o oon s tT ha yrr s a n !;' t- 2 e--xv'b ys '- 1'i e--tc ,
the se rlvices of Cartoonist Taylor. Ther ,,r,,~ insjliire,,lsty the, lox ~e ,d )pf o T'l tfrlnIty anti- \Wl ,..i tie: ) v tes ar '' nl h.o-. *-,i.ir:t, A a-sa ,e i, o sight.r His nla'"at.. ll~t n1,t \ t 'ft
Hji productions ere enjoyable if iokerin.i:enit: aiim .'ited ith "h- a l)l'0 n it is c- r ac in rhan ',lit,!il tn "tt. pines,- i ixxar' i -- io'eil f.,i Ii ,, rt t i la o ,l i h
thei were sometimes severe. So far hopt, of "*'-orn ton f thef th, lpt!-.4. i ev h a. h t.- p t...e. ,ifateti itI h hi- 'in- i t -os orlo'. buthr -,. a;-c' B, a y
"W "-1 l k Ctioll fo)r 111o, ".atliatlrit s e .t ," ,f
ai "the nest egg" is concerned, he the iteople andi for the piolle i In a o-n as rariian' as the niw iitoonftin. f i 1n llt t -c -
forgives and forgets. word. Ithoy Iook thoir li ilts in th ir own -v ii i" zp
a de-- word. 11,'3 |,t )k th&,irl ios in t. ,iro -l: 0!! ,l ih h is ro all alsearanccs as happy' he \ikinZis i- a1le ,, lie noit, the. Th,, ji' in the sulJs.,ri, r (,)::.'t o
hands anti come weal orn wo-. wet, I 's.-pisi co,,.-Bn'. of herwi -ht rt i
The foreign business man in Pana- nItis- han ot lis i clovr.-Bann. '- warm blcautse o, hef 1hr rte t-, North .'tl' which ha -n it
dwterrmind o hl Thr is also a int)tote-t,.atleman in Ocala It is allee that D:'. Nans.n left ii rl in the case oal C M. Billing.
ma who washed 1is windows wit i an There is also af St.leevaal in O)I'
sellaa',ol if ne~i.b,'. he ('O)tlI't of St atui.-, 'c uselio <){ hipreachier, against the Charlo)tte iN
Amranm flag has ee stars and sepai'a fn". whlo i, occasionally an aspirant for 1
An ag h s se n st r.adIatachnient fo r' ,!io Pr'|in c.oss an .i th 'i O s r e e~ er e~ i t t h
gtr enough since then to make hintthe race'. con'equensa4 isluiahatr oakseririt the chariher
think the universe has been American- They hange. th tracts a rouch tha, ir takes him y ar -
So They change, the. curr t of the ,er. -Star. i father, rtre aTaint he trea.her h,
-ied. world and set up a lamp on these wes- otewslal)2'r while the former was a r-s
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*t, the ,-rib to k -.p h:rn frm .mscrattr; r'.
but whtn it ^,t -) hal I tied him in
s- hawl or h- w,',i.i -.'ratt h hit'in (f a_ i
blo.,dv. When h;, w;.- -.'.-n mnth- ,h.1
w W* tried a set ,,f th.- 4',ti'ura h ni.wit,'w.
The first aphd'atr in of (uticra let
t' him slep ani r-t w-i!. in one week
1 the s'ri. w ,re g,n, e hut it staye, 4-er
/ and s,)metim,4 it would itch .*,
M-sad Cuticura for two months. then re
t had a Ietar ant white fac'*. Now h,
'- two v-ears ani .evtn months olid and
bhas nevr ha,! it z,,ma again. I hopi ,
tihi- letter will hl:, s.-)e who are -,uIff-r-
i ing from skin ,iL-wa..-*. very mth, r
whi haea a hahv su(fferinr with ,kin
dThea.se shoultil just try ( uticura" thirw
th i w nothing better. Mg,-. Louis B*cIk. R.
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t A Cungte qe of Cortwosira Renedi' hn
often aiiffti'wr h to) c'lit. terturin. ,.,-
Sfigring. it,'hin-. burning. and ,o 'ain
humor, ecer na-. ra,'h-. alad irritat.orn.a
Sfr ,m infancy to a&*. wh:ne all oth -r
remedies fail.trutmm the
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AuruL TOKV DOMETIC Oe of the fault8 he had enumerateNd:
Obut awnu after the neighbor women NOTa DE
were wont to say: A BIG
S Mark Twain began his brilliant "It is Wonderful how neat Mrs. Of Application for Tax Deed
literary career as a reporter on one keeps everything about rs e
literary career .ng rporauon nher house. Section S of Chapter 4SS8K I

of the western newspapers. Her tinware Is always as bright as Marion County the Great Cantaloupe and Melon Section. of Florida
His first stories were not always a new dollar, and I do h lleve she not Finest Lands
0of1y washes. blut irons. her dish. Finest Lands i Florida. Notice s hereby ien tha
h u m o ro u s : s o m e w e re fu ll o f te n d e r~ r g A n d th e n e ig h -h e r n i on w pr p l S t f C r e s o d e c .
hu:o- s w f of tender _Fort. purchaser of tax certifica
pathos and beauty. hear t to say-: "What a steav7, andj 9
rag d An the fu gio- 0the w4r lay oma aunc Ao to Dt ta
The following store% of "Domestic, Mr. -__ has got to Ie of late: ho S Correspondence.) o J A D
Love" was one of his first efforts an doen snd a dime hr 11I Ocala. Fa.. Jtlly ;. Te capital of "melon and cantaloupe grower.- here. filet said certificates in my off
It i -n dolars, and ran 'r toi Ma:nion county is located to be G. T. Liddon groas cants and a gen-GhaT made application for tax
Sobt ponlts an am irable rkeptn from homlle half an hour -hptn Ihf- capi3ta1 of ihe state, is aFwayvs one eral crop of vegetables and has a fine.issue accordance with la
der. but points an admirable moral. fhe is ot at work. H. .em- to wor- t pre h a e ct ficates embrace the nollol
it paints the loving, trusting wife ship that wife of his." in tropical state supplies ribed property situated in
h I,, no at w r .W r ti l th i ost tro p~ical state in the U n- its supplies in that line .
In adorable colors. giving to her the -- ion Ocala i- thoroughly metropolitan J. G. Goin grows vegetables in sea- Colnty. Florida. to-wit: S)
attributes possessed by the angel. THE LOCAL PAPER and up)-,r-dai-a.. and the improvements son. Other Packer readers are our orf quatetr of northeast quart.r.
The story reads, a follo-.s: )t the past year mai Th stor radsgl^ a rrfollows-A Powerful Influence For Good In Its -eond t( none of any size or location later. pcrion 5. tawnshit 1on. rant
After having lwien married S:l Community in Th. .-ouih. A!l itsU bUies stretsnorthwest quarter of north.
S weeks. it came into the head of a in r -i.- bi'ck d and it- rside Starr Fla.-Sa is n. of thit. t- r ecet nrthat qlar:- ..
young husband in this ,i- on Sun- l r h moirn nw- t hal- li. h-t of it nadl ani d i vetetab s-ctions i Fli quarter of nortv.-r.
e +)~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~f 'h" m,),i.rnl n.-, t..-rn: thwa I~ t k :tfIaalm a d v++tti. .ein, n F(rdta~ u re f n)t.v-
l~aie~r nd;,,~. ~~-t ':i het I ri' Ctfl~-Nt ~ ?Iks holigimctr. Ocala hia~lWhile this dl" hast5
^. day. wh.:n he had but little to occu)v Ial'r at ii.t , nt alk- "i'o lh O ala has while th-is dry so-)a.on has sothat ...II. W .. .
n m- l .- inor o v "'1.n"h i r,,ri s.
his: mi d to~a to quarter w- th a wt h' -to s
' 7 h is n :inqt to s u Z L -> t to h i w if e th a t a n* l Ih rat ..: .,f ). fl lnlllu n i-' in V. ,) *li ilv a' :t~ w l n ,1w i'apIr .W:.e .-,t h1' c O l). V ,T it.- g ro w t-r a rt flh t er-- i as .r q u a rte r ,,w tno-hi2 ,-
S i e should plainly and h nTv vh l ,'i;"lat - ',a- t y : .et.r Batiti" r t!!. r n in Star. ip-tio- discourage d :.i, ar utniversallv ....- ,. ion ; t n.hi 1
4.l i r a n iii'-. -*.,'t!. "vh) \ a c: --,a ,la,,i ar I r a sit. l) :ications a,) iP 'oll in spit of conditions, so rhw .str qiartlr s,, ;..,-.
tthe ta.lts that ea(.t: hlad ti-',,'-r,, inl thouilht may rea! :ze "- ^ l s t ,.i t e 0 The FOW o ,r.< and Pac'r,'air+- rr tcrin t; t, cnlh;) t,"l-v
tte !,,, 1. o re Ititon 17. tIh arg otiters
th e o th e r sil ce they- h a ,! t)Ce, l 1ma ni T h eor ne er hl i be .-ti a rt-: ,,r:n o f ,. 'i t r x "iI, ,: ,- o' w hi- .- t;, i t-'o. w ho a \ i- fl artge l g f .2. \V ( o ,l), ; lt s 1' ntI' 11 o .
and wilt'. .A t -r s.Of l i h s:- ation tih any- niagui uit -u .c is.if(il*y eccI ri \ro ,i :.\v-. c, lniw is li ,1 & t'o.. wh ar la gr w rs of ca a- : lors a 11.i -
1out with out 1, hi eI-. t --;- ? rai o, (o,:,\ i. 01 tei, I-- i[a Ftri- loulles and, watermelons, while W. ship l. range 24; soth half ,
witf azre+,i to the lr 1'posit"o01 bit p-rs,. andi a ra'ieal clia a.-. in ., 2 i *1i- ,l a :ia as a ro-fllr '. i O S i ;h- li .- uT I[tffman & Bro,. are general m-rdhan- s,,e.in "_lna township 1.' ,-;il..
stipulate.! that the rehearsal shcull (-y of a party of ,ove,-t l, ,p- ,., ',- l nr in th.. vat. ii h-. M n ;. Is iiaste andi ail ro-ii -- a- t
be made in all sincerity andi with an forn lin-. is nev\.r '.n.i.-rT i p.. ii ,'. ':1 o 1il- Pac e'r rea i;-. ate no li ulil c n fe leaders in thi s section. it:' is ta c o suci honest view to the bettering of each that refor'n ha !,..- tr,-. i ;, it iFjnor-.j. +. t his 'ate, ad, i its ;;iod- .,.' V. \ .Johii OI ls l alkes cita '.aOut)es.hes no amerw on. el in j [I. 1.
:by popular '--k-ltinlion x+,.s- l.>I;lt'i F~r~; i)n E w n l r). -
o'nher. as otherwv-ise it would be o(if no by ,p.- se ti e t expressed : O j '-' A Fto i e rall a sp)e ial rClo trt gro s other mith.) of tr 'N -I HinN. I
use to speak of the fault, to which through the pialers coiitnni-.. I'r-.vii ei wi,' :!,' e- i.lt,, ion of troli- Ides in season. Smith G. \. N. '
nuarriage had opened their eyes. The Polular sen, t in Tn po Iri, e.+. r,'-or.n. ; u.i --,' i-,rI ical prouiets. yet S. D. Souter m akes cani s a speci;.lty r .t nl,.s -ai. ..
hus-bandl was of the same mind, and and that stniii t is proiluce i b\ the ima -y sta ,.- are row h re' with en- but grows lertte u an( l other ea-i shall t) redeenii ad( o-,,r n.
his wife ased him to begin with her wspapers So w tact tl nw. ti' sc('e.-. les for ti fall and spring market, tax deeti bil ssi hh' n
faults He was somwham t reluctant.h h papr is at i he b,) inm of all reform r)r exapl,. Mi,,roe, & (alianib!iss I.. G. Young is a Packer reader \;hoe m m7h day of July. A L) 1G.,
but his wife insisted that he was the noveentls. This is tru-. of all airh'- :r th, lt'a,!iiiu banli,'rs here. hlu) Z. knows andi appreciates its value. Mr. X'itness my official ai ntr'I
ft to plpose t1e matter. an conducted journalismn, butr i ,, )-. (-Cha:iblis- & C,). arlt) no (ol)r rt th Young gro-Ows cantaloupesas a s in-Isea this the 2ith lay or .1 iII,
fis opooeti ate.adi eI '
was at tohe head of tte house it hwas true of the local or country daily or mo:t extonsi e, and up-tio-dlate farmers icipal crop. with lettuce and other wegh-9l t SISTa
wass at the heal of the house it was! "jr oa e in sasn
,weekly anti fr tase reasons: in Florida. ov ,ing the Palimetto Park enables in season. i Clerk Circuit Court. Marin
his place to tak', the lead. Thu., urg- W. .. -
-" he began the recital. He said:i The large nmietrolpolitan diailies. with rarm- her' of '.,0 acre. C. B. Strick- A. Nottage grows cants. toma- -w
*My dear. onte of the first fault I: their enormous cireula ions., are main-n lar't Hanaere. ant 4.'s),i, aMres at Mar-toes. cukes, beans and lettuce and will NOTICE
o"ser after we began ke-fing ly read by business nion. ani. a lh'rge tin,. Flai. C. B. Howeil nl':nager. These! have lettuce for the fall and early win-
obuserve w a ftet w ae b degan l Percentage of the rare ,- if .vetfar, -te a e a combination of fruits, w. -- ter market. A
house wase thinwaret You dialn't knpe at a diorial. The iaapers etalles and li'\ e stock. Shorthorn cat-! Many other Packer readers and election or Tape t
It scoured as bright aY it shoul be arp larly in ca -ea or th ,1 a th' ''rs to tne num).,r of growers here were not at home wheno l
are large1,- Iet icr etox1rm;-i ae'h r' r'erhir Areot on 'hnoflri
Mi mother always took grat pride into wastebaskstor. andd th;.ro i)ro:)tion 1",, wth grade stock ot ::u, to 4'.o and he writer caalel, hence a small ac- o *
ray mother always; rook great pride in.
whr tinware and kept it as bright atswhi rea(i-h the 'a:ily eat island .-i' ) o,"r native cattle to b)reed count of Sparr trade news. Notice is hereby gin har
her tinware. and kept it as bright a-s h c p ~ t l 'nf\ l o 1u d e s h e n
a dollar." small, and these at-- simply ..canned. ii) rotm. also 'undreds of sheep and Villiamson. purchaser of tax
a for sensational ntiew. and 'h eltor-; zoat. !or l)Uir)oses quite necessary on Anthony, Fla.--Anthony is one of cate No. 72. slated th. 7Trh ,a.
"de am glad that you mentioned a lit1 ials are ove-look 'd by the laiies o a ranch of this kindi. This vast t.rm the largest cantaloupe growing and gust. A. D. 1S9 has tiled sait
dear." saidte sh i l the family almost entirely. pi)rto.ices- plenty of feed for all the shipping stations in Floridla and is not- cate in my office, and has uad
tie: "hereafter you shall see no speck Now, how different it is with thi.. lo- .st(,'\ anl! a s:,lfus of orn andl other edl for th. fine quality produced. Nor cation for tax deed to issue in
0a cup or pan. Pra.y proceed.- -" f ii-i* *
I cupls orpn Pra d dt cai weekl paper': It i read t- ,'ain for ma: ;et. \h ile -bal)- beef" only has Anthony that reputation ance with law. Said certifir
"Il have also observed.** s~iit the!
husband "that ou use yvour dish-i 1toarn and sides by every imemnber of the an-i spring I :-.h ar- specialties from here, but throughout the market braces the following describe
husba lond time benoue washn tu sa family and particular )y the wcm-theu live sloc'-: .i-artmen,. the canta- wor-ld and while this season was not erty situated in Marion count
a long time o w themwy Now.an en. Its editorials are read. ,iiscussed ,lohlpe crop his seas,)n was no doubt all that could be desired as to quanti- ida. to-wit- Lot 2. Titcomb's s
e f l tw tm y. o n commented on. and the cmmuni- the iarcest of record in the state. Pal- ty yet its reputation as to quality was tion 16, township 12?, south, ra
a o rm rm, t large gathers its opinions ti-tm ,ietto Parl. farms,. Ocala. having ,) unimpaired. \Vatermelons also are a east-10.49 acres. The said I
wfmn andd then b% tmhebe upat wre l

tmoter always use to wash out her th tonne of these articles. {acres. fron which were shippedO :;.137 staple product here., as well as \'egeta- ing assessed ar the dtie, of tl
lisA^^^ -rag hnsh a tone m, ing] The women of the community h-ave j rates o~f fancy' sizes tth., Martin farmns bles of all kinds in season, ante of such certificate in rh+
Sand thn h hm up w ri much greater weight in shaping the of *5 acres in cantaloupes shipped Among the growers here are the of J. H. Merryday. Unless s;
they could dry. rea ly for the next policy of that section than tit.\ are, T.1,; crates, aido large fancy sizes: following: XV. G. Smith who grows tificate shall be redeemed ac
time she would heed them. Usually given credit for. It is in cry xvery tew ponies shipped from either cants, beans and other vegetables in to law. tax deed will issue the
Blushing as before the young wif, ay respects the ca.,e of the raylplace. These shipments are exclusive season, the 21st day of July. A. D. 19
promised to amend this fault marie leing the better ,orse,. and you ti-fro other Lii! olerart by croppers J. P. Jones makes a specialty of can- Witness my official sinaru
% Te husband continued with a most will nearly always rind them on the of which there ",verre many- on this vast taloupes and tomatoes, butt grows seal this the l~th day of .liint
bcrmidable list of similar faults, n any- right side. opposeti to graft andt wrong- I)lantation. The \Vilson Produc,. Co other stuff when the market look. f-a- 1904. S T. SISTR
more than we haye space to enumer- doing an,! fighting for the piure in lite. (if Pittsbuirg handled th'e bulk of this Iorable. (Tlerk Circtit Court. Marion (
atT. when he declared that he could local paper hel|)s them to under- crop and satisfactory results is the E. I.. Howell connectedl wvirh Ben- 6-19 By H. B. Foy. Jr.
think of nothing more that was wor- stantl political and social quest ons! pronounced verdictt her". The writer der, Streibig & ('o., Cincinnati.,).. i. -
thy of mention. ',nd to act ad tl intellinIv in e- had tile pleasure of the season in an no doubt the largest grower here. hay- NOTICE
thy of me tin ;an to ac an tal inoji.l in r ,

"Now. my diear. said ne. "you be- nation to them, and through the v ou1- afternoon carriage rid. with Z. C. ing this season shipped cantaloupes
gin and tell me all the faults you haven ot the household a Tretnitni()I, in ;Chambliss over th.is. :he finest pl0inta- from 275 acres of that product and Of Application for Leav,- t1o 1
observed in met since we have be-en n' rn 75arso htpo
obrved in me since weie have lnfun i n,.r li-e l ot-ves 0I that ii of is kiti, in F loriia. the Palmiet- watermelons from 160 acres, both nor's Lands
Te gife sat in silee: Pak farms. crops being a success. considering i her gien tha
The young hotusetife sat in silencei This i. laraely th reason thzt i li)-t (rh,,- inter,'.-te) ,-owers and t usi- weather and market. Mr. Ho" d d of u I
her face flnushd to tihe temples, and eality like that covered by the.te pa-.nos5 IpeOpl.' !her-. ho -'-:il The, Pack- an expert grower, packer, shipper an ,Hooal
graply tlumhe Hooal ihas,'iis
a great lump cam. in her throat. pers is so clean ,politically. WVho -'\*:"'r il', apil-.'( i;t \. l,,. include J. manager and hlis product is a'way" of1
which she see-ied to ie striving hard ti- r trant aie. o t. liis be Rest. R. A. Green. rrese'ttin n i n fr M
hoard of -raft or trait C s of H i t. staSe o& Sor. r[ala. at iestat deal
to swallow. wrongdoing in il towns ani COred er i] ant i, ,ta! ln.- or- Bender. Streiberg & Co.. is er at Yr. s a ort, athorisio
,w o g o n ilnlr Ocala towr an or '' tiho iz n
S"' Proceed. i dear: tell me all thhe s, e as-rs' Atnl we .t'i- nTT -att- z' -v<' ;r.,;eries "t ,I every hiAg p)te'vsetI t, but will soon leta;le; o "i g rdian of the minor hirs of
faults you ha\,,e oler, I il n te. spar- orselve. ,ha :h'-e tap-'r- al!, T' l,' 1 the r-Iil est;t, lin,. .1. H. northern poilnt..
ing noneI(." inltluelnce th,-, 'ee: h:'' .-)i:i-' :i:-::ii lt tKin -'.) t- & are ro d)oubl)t one ot O either growers he:re o ho v.ere ott' p' ale te follow d-
Arising s;j-d 't.:. from her :'a. th- k, .':, th- ,'i-- i ;):.-- .1'U:i "-a:t .' '" *ii:,', -' e:,l: e'- it.' ;iot i;>atn- to\,i andt wh)tn The Pack-eWr ":,ati t )s ap rtv to-w The os
little wife burst in'o tear.-. and thirow,- our r-e:i'r ha\ e ai, n. It i.-: i, s t! 'h Fi,- '.rv .<-., hlop t meet I a-' '" are F. \V. Fllison block four in Dunn'.nont lh.e
ing both arm.- aio,-t her hut-'and.- i th past arrayci o, the si.i- ,of I:'. !:,tl t & t. i; irt .--, .i a ?i- 4 a pro- .)f F. \V. Elli-on & Brt).. lart.- c ;(.a- tn Ocala. and o' hi
neck. cried: go ,.l it)\erInI1Ie1 R,''ai i-.- ; ;,!:. .-- l(, *i '.- o -t) I uo, -if t the, loitte antI elii .*'\v-, F \ li- orh ani oTh on the norh
"My dIear li.us.; i. 'o% : li\e not a telin ,s. we' at'wa -. speak o'- i" [ .t-' l- :i hi-- ii' ; .'-..e ts. .ulit is in t;eor ia ins ,e.tint I.each or-() th west half of sri l blwl [
fault in the world. It ol h -e 'en ne(,tii ,tt ;; pl .!tli, pt-'s'i n- \:t t allj ('IrI-' .):. t .--,'!i.-t\- .':a'.is. f)theOt r p tacke- r.ndt-rs h'-',-' Friday The a i l
one. mniy eyes have, t-en so ilind-'. by ,' -s ,' 'o .. i I N \Vsi '":: -n e ea lle r 'A ,e. W. ("-e, .. i W.
h lnting" to the' +stav+e ) I'4 M ....
my love for youth that o) long as we apropos t)o -ti', o :! l'l 'i- ,.c :jik.h. The- er ai wil -in, C A P-ie.. A. a ion to e sol for he '
have been married I have ne'er once -ati llat form. , '-'.:l : : :..,'A i-' ,N' e.-n. al ro e o- of the said tuirors
observed it. In my eyes y.ou ar, per- ut I" i. t s,-ana ,# thing i la" the 'int iillupee.-, lelonl,. and other 'r".itTo't- - f
feet. and all that you do s 1enis tO le borrowers of Tt-t local palptr lllalo J D. N(lDffy i- on, f tLhe !' New York Pakr. WALKR S NN. ;a
to be done in the best manner and zireater dem711tni-s- t it al t i, 'til, -.-_DS.
Just what should be done. a regu lar sulb.-'ribe-'r A I -er'- of CD MA r t o t i ni-
But, my dear.' said h .r r l a )l ,.,i CLEVELAND'S LAST MESSAGE The recount ot the ntunicilpai -11ts. NOTICE
"But. my dear. said her husband. church affairs. all ftil'o ill. .i NOTICE
"-""* ,, . -- in New' Yorkt cost Mr. Hoarst $4,i,)m,
his face reddening and his voice 9:'% particuiarl\ thlt tiananal faitil tt,,, ', *l" .^ ^ -; i N Y- c r He-'arst !4>, A,-., ____>___
I aT 1 T, t Fiito" f t,.- WV rlI 1 av,' lie says lit, vetit to all this ,,noi-r ,tii ( )f Api ali, tin fot- Tax Ic)... -
ing husky with emotion. *just think, es. nre seni to the i),li.-h,'. Th e
1 e s e l t o ( er l,+ .o i % t,I. y o0 r11 , t a s-k in ig n i t, t t'o t ib l,, a i iii e v w n i s ,, i lt lY i ,h it -' ; t t f (' a t, .
I have gone and found all iann-r of ky cun t>;:.er ha1 the ,. r imply i i n l I .
ult w ith you. N ow do tell m e sorniC interest. ol th e c,>ni.u ntlit \ at h.art I a,,t a t'il.t. rons,. I,) the fo, l ow? .g (a'I. I t ,,,rest of those who Oti fl> t in .. for ,,,, I
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nder Notice is hereby I nderandl by virtue, of a certain final de-
Lawz cree entered by the Judge of the Cir-
;cuit Court of the Fifth J'iudicial Circuit
of Florida. in and for Marion county.
SJ 'in c-hancerv sitting. on ii he 4th day
S .. of Ju.ine. A. D. 190S. in a certain cam ,
Ltes No. thE-re-in pen,.:ng. wherein Morgan V
1, dated (;ress is coaiphainant. an.I Ro,)r .1
*t6. has Knight. also known :is R .1 Kn:hbr
Ice. ani Pine L[,mber C.)mpan%. a cor,iwra'ion
l ortanize-d and existing ,i.,.'r the 1aw4
,le," to!of thestatr of Floridla. H *rt)r" I,. An
Said *jersou an, P R I. 'st.r ar' !'efndt
,ing e- anrt.. the unldersin..,I s-, ci.i .nia -ti-
Macrion in ch ancer.\. a;,p')in'Cj .,r .. ". -i ..
'cute said -.in : ,i-rr .-. will. ov
iithwest Monday. the 3rd Oay of August. A 0.
in 1908.
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rub. sec- edl Jutne A. P) 1;,)". hins ftlie -a^
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D) C" i ^ rei,^m+ed acf',ordin to) l:w. tax
,Ie'd, ill issu- ,heren ,,n th,* =',,
day o~f .July. A I> 1'.>OS
i \Vitness my o,)Ic(ial .i~n atur., and

seal thi s the 17'h 'lay orf ..1no. A. D
.!1 "Mi- 1:.' S T SISTRI'NK
('!e'rk Circuit Courr. Marion Co Fla
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This Big Bargain Giving and

Money Saving Event will

surely close on July 31,


of the opportunity now,


*uuu A AL L & ALa, , L elALAL A, kAk


Special Cor. Ocala Banner.
Dr. Russ,-ll. of Starke. but who is
teaching at Gainesville, preached an
Interesting sermon here las Sunday
morning, as did Mr. Teter in the ev'en-
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Grantham. of
Pine. spent the Fourth, with Mrs. G.'s
sitter. Mrs. C. I. Grace.
Mr. G. W. Ray. who visited his sis
ter in Georgia last week, returned
borne Sunday.
Mr. Archie King, lumber inspector
for Cooney. Eckstein &Company, of
Jacksonville. spent the Fourth with
his wife and daughter who are %isil-
Ing here.
Miss Beulah. Carrington is spending
the week with her sister, Mrs. E. G.
Jones. at Agnew.
The many friends of Mr. E. C. Mc-
IAod will learn with regret that bE is
confined to his room with a mild form
of typhoid fever.
Messrs. A. A. Olin and C. I. Griace
visited Ocala Tuesday evening and
attended the meeting of the Odd Fel-

is. visiting ht'r father at Exvinston. \is-
i (I friends anI relaives lhe-r< last
Mrs. G. B. Chappll. o(f C'itrus -u mi-
ly. spt'lt the Fourth 1here' as th Ii' guest
of Mrs .B. (. \Vel)b, and reiirndr ti
her home Monday.
The fireworks display given Ih y Mr.
Bradfordl C. \\'e+b at his residlece(',
last Saturdlay night was greatly Injoy-
ed by the children.
Tle friends of Mr. Z. Graham are,
sympathizing with him in thl lo4s of
his valuable horse which dlied last
The many friends (of Rexv. .. (;.
Graham will learn with sincere regret
that he will not preach. for us any
more for some lime at least, he has
been preaching here for the past six-
teen years and his sermons were ail-
ways appreciated.
Rev'. M. M. Lord. our pastor. ,x-
pects to begin a protracted meeting
here on the third Tues-dav nigh: in
this month, assistedl h1 Rev. Ba,'itn.
of Ocala. Let us all work for Illh
good of this meeting and make it a
great success.

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Mr.1M jh il

I natT 1111,!1 .

I I in, t! a 0ea lIS;t I!(p to fT
vi w Ihi'- w 1,-'.
-Z .1 ll pe T f 'lm \ I i .S i y
I 11 1 nilsa 11rd av 0n 11* 111'jz 11h
llwllijli, s T Ock 1(1',, hI R Iz LI I I 1 1 1(r

* ( ;,.ht-#- L.i bor Co conn~xis-.p: ti' Ii '

;i..-T TWo y .ivt rs iii whiC('h tilLT i' n:+# -!,

fm'i. lds \\' o) !'< "r,' o :**T .t) "Jill t.:',,
!Im T wisl him all The i < s iS,)(..sil)',,.
Mrs. Hill will join Lhim nat'r : T wo
mllonlths visit to her c (m.in %li>It-s lHll.
-' T" oni isxvill.. (;,a. 'hi: II G n.a;nv
f'!'i,":<',s of I<\" .'(.si rt r',--i ilh'ir i,;,\in
hnut xi-h TI,1'n S happy ;ndl !i"(is!,l-rous
il' in lin'ir future home.
('. .1. M1c(ieltec made a tu'-.in s. trip
to .tacksonville this week.
Any. (rt ill doubtt as to *h Tl i.-ot io ,!I
to 1t ll,'vi'xw will mak,,> no n.istai{e in
con-(Ilimn- I. I. Strong ai- h h ',\iv'.iewxy
knows TlO' xwayx lvb this tii-e.
F. N. Ransilell reports .,()od !}.lI.ing
(on SmiTh l Lake.
Th el l' of l.,cvon ar r Trylin- to
1pr1'chase a canopyv for A. L. Kirkland.
Me(T elhe L.umber Co's most efficient
yard for.,Iman.
Messrs. J. D1). Scruggs. W. .1. Frink
and D. 1'. Mc(Ginnes. no u() doult regret
xvevr much to learn that the water in'l-
(Iln season hIas about closed.


,We a re haviii occasion showers
which i;-c t ll 'a l appr'('iatU4,.
Mr's. .inni, \'a'lnes and ('cl:.ildrelen of
11 rn;t1iio s n11: last Friday and Sat-
irlday xx-i;h h, r brother. .1. .1. ( uthnoy.
MI1. anl d Mr-.,.1. B. \Velb l.'ft last
Moni.vy on 'l, ' anuliial vacation n for
New York ali ,tii : (,aster'Ii points.
hei will it'i iI rio',:( t it!r'- :;inlltlls.
\\'-W w --h lini s.!( ai:- i p:-,a-an

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, -N ss mar'v;tI"- i ()I vine. \!s];e(t ere
* la. Saturday. Miss: Hall remained
oVr It' until eiii'sda the'1' UlleSt OT o '"r
Sod frie(.nd. M)'s. Arch 'Kinm.
N I. .. .1. Nix and bridi- splent a fe''w
ihoIrs l,'asantl' with 'heir ,pareInts
T'u 4sda.

jmr. C. P. Moort the able plaining
mill for(-man of the MeGehep Lumber CL FOR COU
C o. reTUturn ibTis week from a rdorith .S Acllhse
*~~~t '.(T(nIhis farnily'at Swa! (eia., A anlda-the-ir
Onein Marion county'
'Mr: S. S. Duival anid little son tion in Oicala. 11-
(ia rl'-:. l(fT Mornolay for \Vc t( h'1(.(t0 T.i
Sh a hj bfa, mtmng 11VCh, pu VI

ij ht.mvniml. Friday iight and
# 'eoI.-Alody v.u to aT'( 11. The
pef Pglw~llc a t-xl;,--Ting a *t .n- *~i* ~
joyablo eve~ningD- W1.'. E i .
Mr. Joihn Watfers left \eje-i' t
IOcala (on'iaHvisit 'ofhis trie~d1. Rohert'
*~ n., rx h.
Hi. Siaight'~r mdea Mrs. .1. 11.r
i triji' to t 'cala Wednes-day. iSmith. ih~t Thrivr

!sinclUlast xveeol, s s,,lAp.?. x-. and re.
A. L.. Kirkland made a l)'151l055 L Hi'1 M>
)to the t,!'ick ctfand -; rSprings iZb'1iiL'. l M Y.J~
,this woeki.
1). E. Sn! ton left Ti,,-alay for Silve-r Mr. Klin-~ o
Springs to ,aw for thoc-RRentz L~hrim~-r~i
Co. SundayIH in 011 Piii
H.1. 1. o 'I a5 a contract to hor, M-S. .T. G Smi
a~n arif,'sian eljlk" l (he

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NYih-tanin the nun-mber of uni-
ritty onc. oulm-l an- de1-ie,(l Tuen olleg~s. academy ies and
ot ini*. varitezv of opinions. educa- -ri:igSchools. anI the great sunis
W j a wl character, miet in the? hot,, m t nip!o y-,.i in the e n i.t o
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A Chicago dispatch to the Philadel-
l)hia Press sa:.-:
Kissing hi.- )\.i niohr good-bye on
thle eve o; an aitro trip o Europe and i!

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1100 :i St. ':urIs. John WV. G ates
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po-rf.''ci s'lf-ci introl V ..ti h, that without a proper tenrler-arenlt . '' ', :*. "ti. ,lark shad,-. r--,,ed, upon I:.ir for a particular art or scie lc.. hi -*" -.i .Vr ,:i ri ticall
conte-ptio(n ot indlejwlnIen.ee. Buti ill UmIIOst pains and application. ,,en ,.,i ..1: \V!- :- r ... ta'n. consi.!-
all othet-r matters. they were- uniformil- though assisted by the ablest nlste, e.'''e: *n l:r :i:WsT 'nu the Fox Iivet',
.onlist.I.nt In all other lands, in all would be of v rv little, if any. avail al'.
other a-s., the t-hurch had been i.nit- He illustrates this by tht ex::nm)l. I htla. tl:a' st.i :. W'ilo,.
ed to the slat., The American re- of Tully's son. Marcus. The- story -"\- il'ot:- it'
former claimed a perfect freedom for runs as follows: It-i:aned M ;a'es
eCrt (.r'',-d M.en trained in ithe riaid "Cicero. in ordler to acc-omnipli.-n his l "Twen-iv "h.),-ui illa:'.-.' sai,!
prplatic:,i rult. of Vi-rginia an.d the rig- son in that sort of learning whit-h h. Viso.
id ('alvanisni of MNlassachusettsJn j'n.l, jo desge: him to,-. sent hi hit) Ai. I S.- i ( -- k- i
in dis ra.ling from their nt-w ri--:.'. the nolt),t celebt-ateod acald :v : ,- T tlait lie,(i."
ePer tre ace of s-ectarianismn. RP- i. time ill th world. alii whe,re a vas: '.er :,i '.a-!t..i ; izi:it1 (a8
ion an.t The- siate wer, s.- ,re-i fo -thh1 conci(ourse. oild t te ml .r ll.ol,' .-fr' T<' yr > :' '- H. "w % ixml ri
flri tnl,. sinc- l(' "onsi antin.. : i.00i ,lions, couli not 17f11i1sh r.h, .)nI' ViW i: "" : '. a. .r
tnat\ inilprlanit and -adi( -l c'!-+'.;.a,.. j e ithle ian w atli a L'uii! ittile ,4 ,'ea k (' .'. l_.''- Mr. G t. t
thaa tiiu'- tak I'Ja *, in hlimanl at- exampes ;. :d c.i ;:: .n.ij-aci. l.- i:1 ::' .1 m l. :i- j0 -
fairs fri :, 'h' Ir,',valnce ot 'he .rin- sensibly !:avo iln ---:,.. , ih ,- ..- ." .. a ,.-.. .. You':,.- ,,-
ciple-s th.-y e- unciatedi a iarge la:irt of signed studies. He .lacet-l APiu. ur -,!r ."' n' 1L. ', v'* Jj ,' h 0 i.- ',etd t)
th, a s l. , i \v-, prolbaly ulnclont- the car c oft (''raljti;';*,; who \ 11 1"I,-,, :- .l 've ; .T
'cjo-:s Y,'t lui')n on. poit in tIdir of thilt- eaT est l hiloso,',,.:.-: , ;-< t i *: i. '1'-- 'e s;:. -
nemC jI ,hra';l. (-reod : all .-,'-,- '.t i) ,e a-1 an li i. a- it all! trh,' '.-:.- :..- t : -' i
uinanili.w",- Tlih- i )eo ',., wr,- ill f Wt- w W,. th-.- Ti',.- vvriilt-'! vi:,,r 'iti !i: -: o ) ex'':" -s his -rati-
tirl- to Iu,' 'lh, only so\erei .-. The been suffic: -mi Ior hi:- us,. li.- '... ,-- : '!.i. ., '.h*Li: ;ats iW .-,i him l -.' -k.
Muos het,-rotox of all theories To, E'i- ed others on ipurpoIi).e tf.r l N. )t- N"-- I h.-o t "; ...... o t no.-e
ropean r-asonerts. Ih,.- plain,..ct contr.a- withstandingg all this. history iii"orn".ris -,* -(.n;. '- *. '" a::di h-- :hiuS
diction to all the experience of hum-in us that Marcus proved a Imei't- 'o(ck- I ..... "tl
histoT'y. they st ft)rth distinctly, and head. and that nature (who it s-UemNs
ne%-e- waveredi in its defense. The was even with the son for the prodi- UNCLE SAM S AFTER HE FLIES
English Comnion. had been content gality of the father) rendered him in- I
to derive all their privileges from the capable of improving by all the rules i gatchig tii would seem to be a
I %ery small uint~suis, for a big fellow
condescension of the crown. The lpeo,)- of eloquence, the precepts of philoso- ry sma s s for a big fellow
like your U'ncle Sam to engage in. but
pe of France were the abject slaves phy. his. own endeavors and the mIost histiour nclte sam to enga. e ii but
1. he is at it al! the samp. Official fly
of a corrupt despotism. Two or three refined conversation in Athens." hes a th te ad o t
democratic cantons In Switzerlani Huartes concluded, therefore, that carches are the late atUunct to the
alone rulifved the prevalence of a rig- there should be certain triers or ex- go n l t ited States
Id aristocracy. All over Germany. It- aminers appointed by the state to test has gone into tlhe the fly- catching busi-
noss with av.d~ty andi vim. Experts'
aly and Scrandinavia the people were the genius of every particular boy and ss wh av'it and vm Experts
'from the e~ntomological bureau of the
so contemned, derided, andi oppressed girl. and allot to each one the part the logical bureau of the
la-ricultut-al .l-~partment and marine
a- scarcely to ds'rve the notice of that is the most suitable to his or her cultural -prtent and marine
the ruling classePs. The few ruled natural talent. hiosittal. o lep"rment hasve been sent
over the many. and slavery was the Pluto. in one of his dialogues, said pursue pesky insects
common lot of man. Nor when the re- that he could not give a child brins- The object the government has in
former of America proclaimed th -that that was the first consideration; "'lowr ai- to vtrify .e oldi theory that
"vereigntv of the despised people, all that a t-acher couli do was to,-r are htansmitters of typhus
sveeigty he I- rmis. To x-Prjfv this; one important
torn and disniembered by the tyrany work on su.(-h brains as the child ) pos- To th on important
~step w.ill be pre'plare a chart show-
of age... could th-v hope -' escape the sessed. l be r re a art sow-
in- i gli hx vary;nu )revalence of the dis-
reproach (f wi!l ent':usia.-nm. or to be So iP was then. ani so i i. now. i
oo,, uil a' :o, than idle ,ream- hew best to imp art isti'uc'ti, hilhrgho -, a y.v,,ar. andl to corn-
lool-d Iiuln as ",o:-. than idle dreambetTO: : P: ., re ,thi.- (h.," wit" w th the similar onp
A'idison tells the st.,)rN of Ciavius.:
*e--u. ,in.. tht- n. density ,of the
Y,.-t thl. ch.'fz of the Republican He, vas entweei in a co eloe O)f .J s5;it-, -i .t '* h p o
ha in oe r~; i s v- -I!v po ila i-k"- ";,,, 'h,- sanie period
part werv mlii o resolute. puire. sa)- ;.n, aft-r havin hbeen trre *, s v ,- I It I lh o. I. b f I that the1
,.,* tii' I '" fiii. n., i >:, '.i ** t n ITi l)*'l 1> 'id ; a, the
ac~oI's.8at To (|V,'-e lT.he ,steemn of hl a". ;art-. of l earniz. was -upo1n tle) ,,
rost .! inei',' o- tlhe E- ', -, j loin! ,, i ni; disr ..--jd z "- aan ho )ne- i. ,: l'i of
M "-...... Il......"1" "o.ti will go far
Tou 'ched -, t a ,,c,'-t pan of .1! iIi,- ls-s blockhead., unt il one of rt e f!aoh- "- a ', : t, p, o r
",~~~~~~~) ('- !''pr *)'I 'o b : -
ti.ni to- an ind'- riT which U ii n. I -rs ,)took it inwo his h.-ad to nake in*
s h ,r- . ,h h i r !:a l ui l( i b o n .i t h a y o : h i s n a r. i n g e o )i e t r w h i c h .- ,-. 't"',: -. -. x : ". ,i l on f s
,- haoti Tia i v V 1i' !. ).n,:-.|,- a- we'~ llas n i-'
n: idst o th ii -, annti the joy-or it in-tl hit hi-hs ee ius so lhckiiv "hat . .1 *- 1 s l-
o. rose' .:.;.' :.. :nt-iTo:ni. an.! We mavx
a' mankind k o..etlii thie sl-.>!ll7ent lie be amItgel;-i', at.-s n.. hen at -
h hilt- .he .lun1 to his place. Robin- ....... i.....A t, Th0 thhoni, This s a b'; ',h t wa'!. x-a A- ,.I.- '" I', h .' i, v ln -,'

s o n a nm lH u im m i tu it. " "- "--
o04 TI altyIv by pension honors- and of-
ficial swtatior- drolwd a sigh for tliht
independence which they were never
to know Adam Smith- lent the Amer-
icans. a full and generous sympathy.
Fox. Burke'. an Barre. Wilko-s. and,
even ('hawhani joined Ithe brilliant but
narrowt'd circle of the f;riend- of Amer-
ica On the Contiinent philosopIh'rs
and to,.s -princes and stamesIen.

son. lh.1t is. ins,-,;asi o afaptinL
child to all studlies aap- soen
ticular studies to 'he 1 us o!,


Education perplo-dx'iT h11nauTI .I
and cont inuotto pe*<:)I.-x Th110: 1'i-

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I oxv(ft I'' x-wclisnI the rain dt *)js

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A- e \, x 'va'cin-', t!ie ( a.-.,dt,,'- iI ut'ilt
Fo'rmit.ng si:a!l rivutlets.; on the -ro-unl,
And in sv. eei chorus we would cay:
Rain, rain, go away.
.Mvy little sweetheart wants to play.

Long years since those dear daye la've
Some joys. some sorrows we have
Some sweet reunions, and parting's
Some days of sunshine and some of
Yet through them all there comes to
Sweet memories of childhood's days
with thee.
When hand in hand we'd staud and
Rain. rain. go away,
My little sweetheart wants to pla3.

Now time hath brought the sunset's
roseate hue,
And casts tho, halo of its afterglow
on me and you.
A fitting background to our I-'clining
And, smiles of age do'h Ibanish youtith-
fu! tears.
While gazing un that bright ce'ie-tial
.,e cal':i' hi.!.i- thm t:.i.t; to' o,':r safe
crossim n () t'r.
Sti'l Ilm:nd inI handi, Hmy l,)v-,. w\, say:
Rain. rain. gr t'hou- or s'ay.
IiTtrl'. o v ,-th,,'-r's h.tv i' hati their

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A BROWN & BRO. Wholesale Distrib utors. Oc
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Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers of Turpentine Sills

and General Metal Workers.

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


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couni -y. says a special U fom Frt My- Y Vahinon ) onty. and on t h- ,ihn Ttll r 1 ULTi
h. ro e Tmpa 7:-T ti. Ei.ht pr oc' ro-: station, oil has be n d iscovx flHflUGHSRU PULUTR
CificT inl dinag Fo1r' M.yAers. 1 an a hmical analysiss ox it UHI U I
'-,*t ani .-,5 ,t'.v. Thr,. are.-' v.- 1, 0to be of high grade.
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Will be opened June 1, under the management of I. M. MABBETTE.
The house will be conducted on a higher plane than ever before,
thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms single or en suite,
with or without private baths. Fine fishing and the best surf bath-
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Sea Food a Specialty. A Trial Solicikted.
Rates, $1 per day and upward, according to location of rooms.



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Your Kitchen

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convenient to do
kitchen work on a
stive that's ready
t :h.. ins:ant wanted,
_- cut of the way the
mscrrert you 're done.
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By using it you avoid the
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heat of a coal fire and cook
wi:h comfort, even in dog-
days. The

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is so constructed that it cannot add perceptibly to the heat of
a room; the flame being directed up a retaining chimney to
the stove top where it is needed for cooking. You can
see that a stove sending out heat in but one di-
rection would be preferable on a hot day to
a stove radiating heat in all directions. The
"New Perfection" keeps a kitchen uniformly
comfortable. Three sizes, fully warranted.
If not with your dealer, write our nearest agency.
ThDe vOWmpthe
La i deal
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for family use-safe,
coaruajt, .ecoomical and a gffreat light
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and the excellent facilities for handling mail orders puts us in a
position to give our customers prompt attention. Our stock con-
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I a splendid whiskey, and we guarantee
that nothing better at the price can be se-

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We are confident that a

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to future business, and we name the
following prices;

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I saved the
other day.

life of a great fish the
He weighed thirteen

pounds. He. with many others, was
imprisoned in a tributary to the San
Miguel. about thirty years ago, when
first the tailings from the concentrat-
ing mills around Telluride were start-
ed on their journey oceanward. All
his brothers and sisters, less wise than
he. perished in an attempt to swim
down the river to escape the hardships
of the long winters. And he, growing
lonesome, made several attempts each
month during all these years to es-
cape. libt was compelled each lime
to return to the clear waters of his
prison home to avoid suffocation.
Alas. however, n(otwit hstan(ling, all
his wisdom, these trilps were slowly
bringing him to an untimely end. For
a while h.,, was unimble to make the
concentrates pass through his gills.
which acted as a sort of miniature
concentrating plant. Ti ove'look-ed
the flour-like particles of gold which
escaped down his throat, eventually
lodging in his vermiformn appendix.
\W'hen I )performed an operation upon
himi I found his appendix to contain
11 ounces of fine gold. I only charged
$220 for the operation, which was suc-
cessful. He soon died of heart fail-

exl)ects to remain an editor has no I
more business running for office than
he has to open a dlry goods store or a
soda water fountain. The only reason1
he does it usually is because he can
get a lot of free advertising, or be-
cause he has been successful in
landing a great many candidates, and
thinks he might elect himself.
It is second nature andl a part of his
business for the no':vspapvr nvin to
dabble in politics, but he should be
wise enough to leo the other fellow
have the supposed ,honor and the few w
shekels which office hiding hrinus.
The editor who has done, his d'.ty
is never a strong can.iii1 at.. From
time to time he is (alld (,ln to ,,po:"
the wishes of the jpoitic"iaiis. andI' v !1:
he puts himself up for ;it (n offtic, thy
take the (opportunnIit ry u v-n. |

A Primary is Suggested-The Nomi- -
nee Willing-Makes Only Two injniod(:-sT won av be Techni-'
Conditions callv vituou. u v viuous
Ar an informal gathering on :ast! a is nr n,,, a;
woman ~nex.or iw",-1 :i a'lv flfl
Saturday evening in Tampa, in honor est. As it is t,ar ,. j1:co nevel '.
of Gen. Albert W. Gilchrist. who has ,oo v;olin,>. i ,t of mod-:
; >.~o 1!0 \.lnc .-O it is Io 1!rpp it of miod-;
;been nominated for governor by tlk >T,, I n ver C ,i ,,-),. i t
democratss of Florida. Colonel .John P. i. T .v : :, it.>:, u, it: is
W\all. a well known atnonev ,,f 3an- .. 13 ,.I ',. , ,. -
nr .isii (i n~ ") *r o, iii i(, <^( ti .1 "r ;
,)a. :suuaestel that, inas imuch as .hi T iel.,,V1 IT Irr ,* -
Ipe.8 .ia;iis i>tp o. ilnlr ;~, -*i- (n
Snwlit i-mocrats i uf F!orila hadl, in ll . .' , ) ....,, i .. ia
it .... .' ;,,, ;.........l ";., r. .... w\ no m an
Sfsi anl seold primlaryv, mad , i t
'i..ral (;ilchrisr lgov.rnor. a third C I
J'prilary b h I a a; an -ary ,late. i ed 14, f high s,. y. T a -
which the tieft-lial dlenocr'ats of The l,-,f ,, i l it1i ,, h Ocoll-
l e ii ~d i);t ni;, Suit (I:. (ti^c ,coll-
ate s 5holll select a wift', for theltx ,,rIC, ,.venlp'. gown vn t, il, and om'!-
g(vrnor. -st in thfir accp).el pla,.. Female
Th..^ suggestion wa- v. rv av,- *' di. (. ,. , y hen
,i ss l,f<'om's)IIL lii:nmod...; <,l]V when, i
received byv General Gilchrist. an.i h, is suggest. anl at ti .d deliber-*
it is u~snp and d(sinc eliber-i
manifested no objection to having his t t ; wic
bachelorhood thus terminated Iv thatey to this en (;a nt which
differentiate *he sexes are the ,lirtin-
suffrage of the good women of PrOr-" gishin mark of civilzaiion, and good
ida. He said that he would make cnly oni n all hroug the as ha re- !
two conditions-one being that theoisil ,, tofollow an, fashion which was
lady selected should be in every- sense i,,, ied a woman an calcu-
eligible, and. second, tlat candidates h th w W pru
Ilateil to sa, !bat the weaptr was proud
for the honor should want to be the to possess woman's chief jewel-vir-
governor's wife as badlylv as he had ue. AN OBSERVER--in .ack-
wanted to Ile the governor. Isonville Metropolis Kick hKolumin.
While the single state of the demo-
cratic nominee is in no sense an oten- ORIGIN OF THE GOD HYMEN
sive type. it is regarded as essential
bring out eligible candidates at once. Dauchet, the French poet. tafl, :s
--Jacksonville Metropolis. respecting the d leificatio:i o f Hymen,
to the happiness of the future govern- that he was a young mall of Athens. a
or, and to the social importance of obscurely born. but extremely hand-"
the governor's manison that there be some. Falling in love with. a young -!
a "first lady of the state"-and, in the lady of distinction, he disg.ised him-;
absence of a perosnal choice by the self in a female habit, in order to get i
governor-elect, what more satisfactory access to her andl enjoy the pleasure,'
way of supplying the next administra- of her company. As he happened tol
tion with this very desirable member 'be one lay in This disguise with hisi
than by a vote of the wives andl laugh- mistress andl her femn:ale companions,
:ters of democrats? i celebrating on the seashore the ritesi
( General (;ilchrist, says the Tampa of Ceres Eleus.ina, a *uag of lpriatesi
News. appears to he in a happily re,- came upon thn-m ib syrrprise and car-t
ceptive mood on the subject, and those ieid th(e all off. The p:'iaites. having,
who know him entertain little d( ubt conveyedl them to a distant island, go ;
that, should a fair favorite of the drunk for joy. ;;nd fell asleep. HymenI
women of Florida be certified to him seized the opportunity, am ned the vir-
as the nominee of a feminine primary, gins, and ,lispatched the pirates: after
he would not seek to "bo behind the which, leaving the ladies (on the island!
returns" or to contest the result, but he went in haste to Athens, where he
would accept the verdict-and ihe told his adventure to all the parents,
nominee-with characteristic grace and denmandel her he loved in mar-!
and dignity, content in the assurance riage as her ransom. His request wasi
that, if the men of democracy were granted, and so fortunate was the mar-
wise enough to select him for govern- riage, that the name of Hymen was
or, the women of democracy could ever afterward invoked in all future
safely he trusted to select a wife for nuptials, and in progress of time the
him. Greeks enrolled him among thier goIs.
Of course, many details will have to
be arranged before this third primary THE EDITOR IN POLITICS
k can take definite shape. The Tampa
News commends the Idea to the press It is noted that with a single except-
of the state and suggests that the ion, every editor who was a candidate
I newspapers obtain expressions from in the last primary was defeated. This
prominent women of their respective
r towns and. it they deem it advisable, is as it should le. The editor who



WE are better than ever prepared to fuhrnish the
people of this part of Florida with 1 igh Grade
Jewelry of All Kinds. Our line of Sterling
Silverware, Cut Glass Novelties, Gold Lockets, Brace-
lets, Rings, Etc., is large and varied, and must be
seen to be appreciated. Then our
is also in shape to give the best of service on short
notice. None but experts handle your work when it
is left with us. Give us a trial if we are not already
serving you.




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You Will Find a Coupon Wrapped With Each Quart
Bottle ot Our Whiskey. By Returning T'welve of These

Coupons We

Will Send You

Express Paid
I'ack-.d in plain cast-s. No n tarks to
s:a.w ontints

Some of tho prss Poys, how,.t',,'.i
think that it is }it.tt r t, have- ",t\ ana! Price for 4 qt. Bottles
lost than nev,'r to haI-, ;"n a! ilO.-Qne fStar Rye ............$
Kevy \est ('itiz n. T
Two -ar Rye. ... ... .........
GIVES SIMPLE REMEDY TO PRE-IThr(.o Sar Rye ... ... .......
VENT HYDROPHOBIA Foursr Star R:e............
Editor o:irna: A rrsnonent Five Star Rye ..............
wdilotr .lona u si crs ao. ,n ( Monntait Corn..........
writes that. aih(ursix v,,ars a-,,.o, ."h- -Od -Mo~untain Corn. .. .. . .. .

saw an ite-m in a nwspapwr stating
that a German physician was going to
die, andl he wished to make known the
discovery he hadl m ad, in elation to

Forsythe Square Rye..........
Sugar Valley Corn............
Harris Levy & Co............
Tl....--.l l,.-l Trk __n

.4 fe


Express Collect

i hit ( ,v,
SA-nmore ... . ....
Chanolon Ry... ........
Quapaw Club ......
Raynmond! Ry-.. .....
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Forsyth.- Squar. ..
Duva ('.lub.
D II 'a l C lu ) .o .. . o,,. .. .o. .
Old Mounta;n ',,rn......
Kiowa c'orn...
Sugar Valley Corn...........
Canton. Maryland. Ry,.. stamp-
ed, straight, 3 years old.....
Silver Stream Bourbon, 2 stamp-



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"Last spring," Mrs. Hudson continues, "1 was
in a rack of pam. The doctor did no good, so w began
to take Cardui. The first dose helped e. Now I
am in better health than in three years."
Every girl and woman needs Cardui, to cure
regularity, falling feelings, headache, backache and
-nilar female troubles. Cardui is safe, reliable,
ientific. Try Cardui.

Ak A
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As -a Indicaiow of the opportuni-
tifM offered to the wide-awake. indus-
trfons and persevering railroad man,
Harper's Weekly goes back thirty-
gvvn years to find who the present
railroad magnates were at that time.
iMaay connected with the active man-
agement of the great transportation
lines began in obscure positions. The
following is a list of nineteen men
and their occupation thirty-seven
years ago: ,.:.,
Frederick D. Underwood, now presi- -'
dent of th.- Erie Railroad. was a .-;.-
freight brakeman on the Chicago. Mil- "^ -
waukee and St. Paul. ":.
W. H. Truesdale. now president of
the Deleware. Lackawanna and West-
eram. was a freighthouse clerk on the
Rockford. Rock Island and St. Loui,.
Marvin Hughitt. now president of
the New York Central System, was a '
freight clerk on the Texas andi Pacific.
Albert J. Earling. now presiievn of
the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul.
was a hard-working telegraph op.,:-a-
tor on the old Milwaukee andi St. Paul...
up in Wisconsin. ''K '
W. C. Brown, now senior vice ressi- l,
dent of the New York Central Sys-
tern. was a section hand and loaded
wood on the Chicago. Milwaukee and ^ '
St. Paul.
George B. Harris. now president of
the Chicago. Burling and Quincy. was ,.
a paymaster's clerk on the Hannibal '''
and St. Joseph. Vt
Mahvin Hughitt. now president o ..r
the Chicago and Northwestern, was a 4, p
train dispatcher on the Illinois Cen-
J. T. Harahan. now president of the
Illinois Central. was foreman of a con-
struction gang on the Louisville and
W. A. Garrett. now president of the
Seaboard Air Line. was a messenger
boy in the olh Union Siation r S".
Theodore P. Shonts. who. in addit-
ion to being president of the Alton
and Clover Leaf lines, was chairman
of the Panama Canal Commission. an-l
is now president, of the lnteriorou2h.
was waterboy of a construction tr;in
on th. iiltlt A -l!ia ani ( 'n -- ie'!llw
Railroq out inl Iowa. ,
Oscar tG. Murivy. now pr-ss.ien: of Y 7
the Baltimore an.i Ohio. was a ^(,k.t ":B
agent (yu Th, (alv,.sTon andi aHrlid,'r- HB
son Railroad in Texas. J
T. M. Emerson. now pr.si the Atlantic Coast Line. was a freight S !
clerk on the Fort Wayne. Muncie and 4 :...). i,_,.
Cincinnati. B t
George W. Stevens. now president ff, "'
of the Chesapeake and Ohio, was an ^^. '*
o/oe messenger for the Baltimore and ".".' f "

Lucius Tuttle. now president of the / ,
Boston and Maine. was a ticket clerk ..."
on the Hartfort. Providence and lish- .,
kill road.
Samuel M. Felton. now president of

the Mexican Central. was a rodmai on : .
the Chester Creek Railroad in Penn- .
J. A. Edon. now president of the
Kansas City and Southern. was a tele-
graph operator on the Lake Shore.
Milton H. Smith. now president of
the Louisville and Nashville. was an
operator on tb, Mississippi Central. -i
L. E. Johnson. now president of'
the Norfolk and Western, was a fire- WIL I|
man on the Chicago. Burlington and W IL
Fre.l-nc A" D -lano. n ,ow ,,"rpsi-"eT -W ho W as Nomina
ol thi s W at o w. as " jo. rn'-" au
machinist on ht, Ch iica \-... Bnr1:ng-, C .

ton and Quincy. i
The sumn toal of the annual salaries 1
of these nintt+tn nmen. not to mwntion i
their incomn- from invested savii.g. .
i,. mre thin three ouarter- of a nm.l-I



S!I ProperiL- lbet'-we-l ixin' i i il&
lion ot dollars t
Seventh streets., fronting on Seventh
OVER THIRTY-FIVE YEARS avenue 5 feot. was sold yesteroav by
.1. l M. Gibson to V. (,reco for $. 1,<.
In 1S72 here was a great ,ieal of Charles M. Knollt was the former r.Vil-
diarrhoea. dysentery and cholera in- er of the lot. r Greco will ecr a
fantumni. It was at this time that ,two-siory brick b)lockl on it, to bt), lt-
Chamberlains Colic. Choera and vod to usiss purposes Te
Diarrbtma Remed .a- s first brought ,; $tedin.llcos Mr. Gib-
into use It proved monr succesFl buying will cost $1BItI. r. i
than ony other reie r eatment, son also solt to Mr. Knott a lot be-
and has for thirty-five years n'ain,- onging to MrI. Greco. Palmn aviue.



xted for President at the Denver Convention at

I This Morning on First Ballot.

Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Dia-
rrhoea Remedy Would Have Saved.
Him $100.00.
[n 1 '2 I had a very sevore attack
!of diarrhoea." says RIt. N. Farrar of
Cat Island. La. "For sw-eral weeks
I was unable to do anything. On
!March IS. 1907, I had a similar attack.
and took ('hamnberlaln's Colic. C hol-
era a'i I)iarrhoei Reinmed.ly which
gave mie prompt relief. I consider it
one of the best medlicines of its kind
in the world, and hadl 1 used it in 191o2
--^ ; -- ; ^ i _ -.

We would like very nimich to see a
list published of all the different kinds
of demands made upon the candidate
in the way of grafting. How t:,esp
holier-than-thou kind would shiver in
their boots to have their various forms
of leg pulling made public. The In-
dx-Record would, like to see each
gratTer, no matter of what nature., ex-
posed anl heldi uip tO scorn, and the
candidates owe it to themselves and
future candidates to mako this nefa-
rious practice plm)lic.-Milton Index-


This is merely to tell you that our


Will Begin

Tuesday, July 21st.

You all know what it means to you
when we have a sale. It means that you
have an opportunity to secure

First Glass Goods
at far below regular prices, yes in a good
many instances for half.

Our aim is not to see how much we
can make but how much we can sell, we
want and must sell our Spring and
Summer stock.



a sprinkling of how the

prices are chopped:
Plain and Dotted Silk Tissue for
8-4 Unbleached Sheeting for
White Mercerized Madras for
Coats' Spool Thread at 6 for
Fast Colored Calicos for

lOc yd.
19c yd.
lOc yd.



Amoskeag Ginghams for
28 inch Dress Lawns for

Men's Solid Leather Sole Shoes for
Galvanized Wash Tubs for
Galvanived Buckets for

5 1 2c yd.
4 I-2c yd.


Glass Table Tumblers for


Men's "Porosknit" Underwear for
Linen Window Shades for
8 inch Cambric Embroidery for


8c Yd.

Look for the double page advertise.
ment next week in which you will find
values from every department ot our
Store listed at far below any price ever
940 I



Will certainly do double duty in this
sale. Bring as many as you can
spare. You will never find a
better investment.

Remember the day and date,

Tuesday, July 21st is the




Rpcia Cor. ocala Banner.

Southward ho!

Ever sweet, sun-

Hmse Miss "Dixie" stands ready at
tW]olrtals cf the South to greet all
wbo may come.

G~vdJr~or ~3'O% &~tii

for vice-presi-

dmi! 'V r-rni(r Broward, of our Land
( F)ow,-rs. Flori:.a. is a true Soul!-
ener and hc would be at home any-
Mrs. Columbus Mills and daughter.
alE Jessie. and Miss Nita Heigh. of
Apopka. have been visiting in Grahaim-
iDe at the homes of relatives. They
turned to their homes on Weiine.-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mason and fam-
ily spent a week over on Lake George
recently. They had a week of joy in
the great big out of doors around the
We noted Miss Zena Mills. the
Cnrming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
I. Mills on our note book as on' of
the shoppers to Ocala last week. She
V accompanied by her father.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Carlton, who
have been sick in Ocala so long. have
arrived in Grahamville, andl will sp'nd
several weks with their parents, Mr.
md Mrs. L. M. Graham.
Mr. C. i. Hendricks, of Ocala, is
over in the Salt Springs country re-
Ci rating.
Mrs. H. B. Hall and daughter, little
MKi Opal. of Arcadia, have arrived
tI the city and are the pleasant guests
of the former's brother, D. L. Graham.
Gmaiesville Sun.
Mi e Dora Smith. the winsome
danhter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B.
Smith, of Conner, went up to Ocala
me day last week for dental work
to do shopping.
Miss "Rosebud", the Star's Lynne
correpondent, lives in one of the
Prettiest regions of the Grahamville
mmd Conner country. Her home is
m ounded with a number of lakes
amd hlen-like gardens. Among then
are Lakes George, Shrub, Charles,
JUmlper, Diamond, Bryant, North and
S LOB, and Key Pond-and several
of which we do not at present call
to mind. She ought to be a regular
ea nymph-and we believe she is.
Col. R. F. Rogers is the busiest man
am this side of the raging Ocklawaha
He is so busy that we cannot catch
him long enough to report just a little
lib about him and his business-
Mr. anr Mrs. William Graham Holl.
of Atlanta. after a few days* visit with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Holly. at Key Poinl, have returned t(
Mr. Horace Hinton, with T. W. Trox
' ter, Ocala, was down on the river Sun
.' day basking under the parental root
Tonsorial Artist Chester Fort, o
Ocala, Sundays quite often in our vil
d Messrs. Morris Nolan, Harry Lear
eamUKd. Davis and Swartz of Ocala
were fishing on the Ocklawaha Thurs
r 4a.4. They reported pretty fair luck
Mrs. Dr. Russell, of Starke, siste
of Mrs. C. C. Priest, is spending i fe
Gay with her sister here, says th
i eK-dr'ck correspondennt to the O'al,
I leow'd you like to be in Denver o
Lieeoln now? Governor Napoleos E

S Broward, of Florida, is out there. Say
S do you know what our Florida gov
"mor did? Instead of staying at h,
desk at Tallahassee, His Excellenc
S Ow and then visited throughuot th
LaUd of Flowers. On his rounds th
Governor shook hands with us. cha
ted with us and stayed over night wit
us: and when the parting took plac
on the street, or on the picnic ground
or in the homes, he would say "L.
zan again."
Mrs. Lum Priest, of the Daisy corn
try. is in Culumbus, S. C., visiting re
Miss Minnie DuPuis. who is teaci
nlag a summer school at Eaton Creel

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40.- O aa i

I Wholesale Grocers, Ocala Fa.


Cow Peas Cow Peas

SA Carload of COW PEAS lust Arrived

0 Also a Full Stock of

-_ Kellogg's Toasted Corii Flakes

,ONO--- 4

Royal Seal Oats m two pound Tins

* m- .^tf--

MON- Now is the time to put your stock in good con-

doo- edition. We have just received a large

i consignment of -

|Magic Stock and Poultry Food


RED ROCK 61N6ER ALE in quarts and pints, also LEMO LIME |

:: Wave a large and assorted stock of Penny Candies, also 30 pound
So dcihn h -.
Spails Stick and the Southern Department Candy, all of wnic -
drw1-- '

m--- we offer at attractive prices, Be sure and include a

E small lot in the next order you send in. -

%e .

"- In Feed We Handle
-- Se
Purina, Shorts, Bran, C. S, Meal, Scratch Feed, Wheat: In fact we have -4
h- ---
d. A . ..11 mJ . i. _.m1m .. I' .'m,,w ...1 ..