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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 4, 1908
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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Our Local Editor Tells of the Terrible Floods and Great Some customers by our good location, some by our advertis-

Railroad Wreck o Personal Mention.

B O- TT LUMONS Sa a. N. (7.. Aug. -s j Th.- wreck an.i l h.Ir washoivrs hw-
-MO TNm O To "L- Editor ,'cala Banner: tween Saluda and ('olunlia and Sa-
oitpim he hb WU. Th- "Or'ala (olony" at Saluda had luda and Atlanta has delayed Traffic
Scp 1,..i' Tv to interest and keep them busy and the mails considerably. It hap-
F = ,,~~a & | L ARO n"M:,w X T .,,r.. As has been announced been several days since we have bo-n
Tr (. I di in Th ". dislpatches, there was a able to get the mail from the south.
f0 DOLLA'RS a IlT ;)I<-, ,''reck one mile and a quar- That the train which w,-nt through'
s-- :n9 t' a 'alit Saludla night before last. the fill was a freight instead of a pa--
ME FK HAMV-L T'-- wreck.*d train was a freight, and senger was due to the fact That the
h. o ngine#,r was killed andl the fire- passenger was running one hour late.
S55BLL- AiM|m sWs ^aai Ls*W", r..0 ': v'el(-v injured. All day yes- Had the passenger train been run-
.LoU.*,aI Ahlich.ih e. SO I6o 'tih:yv p. opile roin Saluda visited The ning on timn it would have pr-ceded
k Fhros, in f hI th- ,. .-,l of" th,. wreck, and it is estimar- the freight across the fill and in all
P O S O FIC E-!.',t ^ta^f "'ullv one thousand peopii- probability would have been wrecked,
PO ST- ONE WUA v"alkedi ',ut i) see the demolished and a frightful loss of life would have
., ./ train, been the result.
JW^W ,,.mnXW -' : The accident was due to the recent, The entire state, as well as South
DU |T 0 E .avy rains ,ind the undermining oi Carolina and Georgia have been
D R U G STO R E I | |th fill. It is -.ail that when the en- greatly damaged by the foods this
D R U G -TR gine ran onto the embankment the week. The crops have suffered con-
whole thing gave way, sending the siderably. All of the rivers are very
....... train to the bottom. The engine and high, and some have already over-
LoaI ind Personal Mr ilnd Mr:. *1. L. Beck were r he _live cars are now lying 2350 feet below flowed their banks.
Loca n cla Monda. Mr. Reek was th track, and almost entirely cov,.rel The rains have now ceased, and the
pin _- in O)cala N\lon-iaN. M. B eck was
I lorni,-rl-v rgistra-in ofiot for tht with muid and stone, weather is exceedingly cool today; in
Mr Rank H st- r j- a h s p<>fo h Two of the cars are smashed into fact fires art' almost necessary.
aginy .splinters. and dozens of trimmed hats Messrs. R. R. Carroll, Harvey Clark

SMr WVilliam Tucker is preparing to and hundreds of boxes of breakfast and Frank Harris, Jr., after spending
Mr A (;ilm b the ',totof( '-trvei. rv.nrtly vacat-d by Mr. Fer- about the gully. Hundreds of trees (lay night for Ocala.
ti on. w,-re uprooted by the wreck and Mrs. Nona Ramsauer and children,
K ail of (k'ala f sunmr wanlder- strewn in front of the train as though who have been at Saluda for several
ers mill b homt-warid ind Mr. Ernest (Crook has reu'irned from I they were small ferns. The engine is weeks, have returned to their home
hi Tripl to New Yorkl;. He was gon. I almost entirely buried in the sand. at St. Petersburg. They went home
Mr san, Ift. way r.-pr.hid his Sev-ral weetks and h;,I a most de- The engine bell is just above the sur- earlier than anticipated on account
S'tjm In 4kala Mondla \ i lighTful tim-. face of the ground, and everyone pass- of Mrs. Ramsauer being threatened
Aing rings the clapper, which gives with nervous prostration.

Mr" Rt,.rt A Burford andl hilr.n Mr.. it. ('. C ,r.-e ahl son, Henry forth a doleful sound, like a funeral Dr. J. H. Pittman of Jacksonville,
ar. t ack rvn a ii tto Alabama. (rove lIt -t rlay for Lobanon. knell, a former Ocala young man, passed
Tt. marshal i. ,till carrying hi.- Tt.nn ..Nlr. ;ro.s retturni.g to Tani- The wreck is a most frightful one, through Saluda yesterday on his way
Ilf* .Untuh,;,.' ,hob ;ea. ,and is The subject of conversation ev- to Asheville with a patient. The pas-
--- ermwhere. The cars are upside down sengers, baggage, freight, etc., had to
Mr. .1..1. XWilliam,. of 1h- Williaisl
Th*l n< wm iil'ur, .iows hadl tuill F|r.h Cm.a. iorisosf, was shik- and several tniited complete somer- be transferred this side of the wreck
F ., .h' Cem;.auy. lHomosass:'. shak- imaginable,
bou lat tght at utal I changing stories ith sault, andl are in every imaginable and it was quite interesting to watch
Mr Iing hands. and exchang-ing stories with Mposition. All lay long yesterday the the transfers being made.
Mr Lawr-nc. Hallar,! of Corn,.ll h socala friends Monday. wrecking crew wa.s; busy building a Already the visitors have started
was, ain (k-ala vt.oI,tw.r .Monla%..--
r. E. C. Rawls is bac from his trestlt, over the caved-in fill. and a lit- homeward, and the population of Sa-
-- or..o Ct. Hels is bac to his tie before seven o'clock last night the luda is considerably less than it was
is it chills or r au's C il ntain trip. He says that It seems first passenger train passed safely a fortnight ago. The season will be
Tlr( i ts^rnt*^d *' /ur< *5e.< mighty gp Tftic Its rante-<1 .h good oln summer time o I over it. and a number of the Ocala practically over in another fortnight,
o andd Mro u Tomnm Porter art crowd, who were at the wreck, rode and the little village of Saluda will be
Mr mad Nr Tou-nl,- Porter ar.
back trt a u ornights tav at Lad Mr. Dempsey Mayo. who hos now into town on the train, almost deserted. S. E. H. L.
Lsj a nice position in Jacksonville. was
Mr (;,wrVll avl,- and ch'l.lrn haxv shake hnuls with his friends. Demp- TO ETERNAL REST -
vuru, frow hll Itland. wher. the-v sy is v. ry popular in Ocala. Word comes from Coleman that the
bavw had a tom days ouitln. ..Thomas Stewart Dies at the Home sheriff of that county recently took
Buisin'ss seems to be looking up, of His Niece, Mrs. Anderson, at 'two white men for escaped negro con-
Mrs Will (;oin Is with %Mrs. .1 .1 and we hope that our business men Keysville-Age 57 victs and shot one of them, from the
Wllhaw at ('ornliva. S C. and is hav- will arrange it so that in future the Thomas Stewart, one of the best effects of which he may die. It seems
we a n delightful time. -skidloo'" will be given to panics. ,k .... n... i-, ,. .... ... .*, that the sheriff had been on the track

Mr 4' Is Clark. on, of the stat-
to clcr of omIct. is an Ocala

Mr Eammntt Rotminmon it lack home
He has hten to Savannah. Nashville
sad ober points

Mr K W Drmls it thinking serious.
IV of taking another outing on the
Cuff t his bouse twat.

Mr Charlek Rbeinauer Is preparing
to eerwt another cottage on his lot
c fSouth Third street.

Mr J W. Croesby Is bock from Bax-
ley. Ga.. wfrer be bas beet to see
Mrs ('rsmy and the children.

Mrs J W Cwswhy and children ar.
mm at BMcksbear. Ga. and are Plow-
y mskbag their way back to Ocala.

-- Z\iUnw u1 IiALtLsi ui UID s. ion LIJU UL 1tU
hardly tin:es and "sich like." county, died of Bright's disease at the

The Dunn.llon "short brought up home of his niece, Mrs. Nell Ander-
quite a number of visitors yesterday, son, at 10 o'clock Wednesday, August
quite ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ G ubro I~osI2.Mr. Stewart was born in 'Marion
as it always does. Ocala owes more 26 Mr Stewart wa born in Marion
to it perhaps than to any of the roads county, Florida, fifty-seven years ago.

that go in and out from our yards.

Dr. D. M. Boney has returned from
.Jacksonville. where he was in attend-
anee at the meeting of the state asso-
ciation of oculists. He reports a very
busy but a very pleasant meeting.

Mr. T. L. Sherouse of Citra was
among those visiting Ocala Thursday.
Mr. Sherouse has charge of ex-Gov-
ernor Jennings' fine orange grove
there. It Is in fine condition.

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Raysot of Low-
ell are in the city this week. The
many friends of Mrs. Raysor will re-
gret very much to learn that she is
confined to her room with fever.

His parents, J. R. an d Reecca Sel-
lers Stewart. were pioneers of the
state, and Mr. Stewart was raised in
the country and from boyhood enjoy-
ed the sports that were afforded by
the once rich gaming frontier of Flor-
ida. Mr. Stewart's was a lovable
character, possessing a jolly, genial
nature, a kind word anid a pleasant
smile for all whom he met. It was
always his pride to say, and he spoke
truthfully, "I have never wronged my
fellow man." He fondly claimed all
men as friends, and delighted in the
esteem In which he was held by his
acquaintances. He will be missed and

sadly mourned by countless friends
and relatives all over the state. He
leaves two orphan children, his wife

of his escaped prisoners for some
time when he suddenly ran across the
two white men, who in the dim light
bore a striking likeness in size to
the men he was in search of. He or-
dered them to halt, telling them at
the same time that he was the sher-
iff armed with authority for their ar-
rest. The men fled and refused to
halt at the sheriff's command when
he fired upon them. His aim was un-
erring, and he brought one of the men
to the ground, the wound proving to
be a dangerous one. When he reach-
ed the men he discovered that they
had a bag in which were five chick-
ens. They had evidently been on a
marauding expedition and thought
that they had been discovered per-
haps by the owner.


Mr. Mason Tyson has sold his busi-
ness to Mr. Henry Gordon, and the

ing, a few by accident, but the bulk of them by unremitting

attention to the bank's business.

T. T. MUNROE, President A. E. GER13. Cashie,
Z. C. CHAMBLISS, Vice President
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It will be seen from the notice ap-
pended below that our young and en-
t1,rprising townsman, Mr. Marcus
Frank, has been caught in the toils
of ('Cupid, the marriage bands have
been announced and the wedding will
follow in the early winter.
We quote from the Savannah Press:
"Mr. and Mrs. William Marcus an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Annie, to Mr. Marcus Frank
of Ocala, Florida, the wedding to take
place (luring the coming winter.
"This announcement will be receiv-
e(d with interest by the wide circle of
friends of the bride-elect. Miss Mar-
cus is the second daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Marcus, an honor grad-
uate of the high school here, and a
young woman of charming personal-
"Mr. Frank is a prominent young
business man of Ocala, where he
stands high in his profession and is
very popular socially."
Mr. Frank is a young man of strong
personality, and because of which he
enjoys the confidence and esteem of a
large circle of friends. He has been
in business for himself comparatively
only for a short while, but (luring
which time has succeeded in building
up a fine business, and is winning an
enviable name in commercial circles.
Essaying the spirit of prophesy this
paper has always spoken of him in
terms of adulation, but it is more dis-
posed to do that now than ever before
since he has acted with so much wis-
dom, for at the marriage altar the
ground work of good citizenship has
just begun.
In common with the rest of this
community, this paper extends to Mr.
Frank its warmest congratulations
and best wishes.

Dr. William H. Dodge has returned
from a few days' outing which was
spent up in the mountains of North
Carolina. On his return home he says
that he had to make several detours
and once or twice had to take the
back track in order to avoid the floods
and washouts; that little streams that
he could almost step across a few days
before had swollen to rapid, raging
rivers, sometimes four and five miles
wide. The doctor had quite an ex-
perience, and especially in the number
of miles traveled to get back home.

The Ocala Metropolitan Band has
just received the new uniforms, and
those who have had the good fortune
to see them say that they are certain-
ly beauties. We understand that the
boys will christen their new uniforms
Thursday night at the Berlin Elec-
tric Theater. Mr. Wood has gener-
ously consented to donate half of the
proceeds of the evening towards the
payment of the uniforms, upon which
we are informed a small sum is still

A postal from Dr. E. Van Hood says


Having purchased another hus Inoe
that will require all of his time and
one that will not exactly harnumize
with that of the office he i1 holding.
Sheriff Gordon promptly forwarded
his resignation to the governow. and a
pttitlon has accompanied it asking
"for the appointment of Mr. John P.
Galloway to fill out the uinexplrid
term. Mr. Galloway received thO
democratic nomination for this o-ke
at the June primary.
Mr. Gordon is being ctxnmen.odj for
the view he took of the mattte.r, and
the friends of Mr. Galloway are t-o
gratulating him for getting the otfke
so much earlier than he expected.
If the resignation Is acted upom
promptly, Mr. Galloway may be abl
to get his bond approved at the seot
meeting of the board of county com

Mr. D. E. Melver left Monday tr
Asheville. where he will eater hIt
son. McPhail Mclver. at Bingham Mil
Itary High School. It is a splosdM
institution, and in a section of o-
try that is noted for its healthfulse-
and beauty of scenery. Mr. Melvor
will meet Mr. McIlver at Asheville
and they will return about the first f

Mr. I,. L. Priest. who llveb, betwsm
Ocala and Anthony. had the mlsfa
tune to lose one of his horses fro
his pasture a few days ago. As the
horse has not been In the hait a
jumping fences amlnd was raised oa t
place, he is afraid it has been teobs
Any information concerning the
whereabouts of the horse will be gia
ly received by him.

Major Islar has received a ettr
from his son. Valmore Islar, wh la
out in Colorado, helping Mr. Mathb
gather his cantaloupe crop. He 1I
immensely pleased with the el--
and the people and says that ho vi
remain out there a year or so If be
can secure permanent employmeat.

Mr. Robert Kaiser Is In Ocala fro
Hastings, where he is partmrsalp w h
Mr. Frank Bugbee In the meat -.
ness. He says that Hastils la UiN
bulging ahead, and the potato ar.
ers are making bigger preparation
than ever for next year's crop. 1r.
Bugbee has been to New Ymork
already and will make another tril
soon in the Interest of the grower.

Mr. George Bridges, one of the
* Withlacoochee pioneers, was i n l
Saturday. He said that while the
rains of the past week weres4
ones we still need a great deal of15d8
to fill up the ponds it order to mm
water in plenty for the caile Ing
the winter mees.

Mr. J. B. Malloy. the Anthosy Irweb
er and mill man, was in Oeala IStoet
day afternoon and says that he Is try







-pur of the seofta was received in
Plttabmrg by CruteMekld and Wool-
SM. the distrlbumtt and sales agents
So the Rocky Ford. Col.. Melon Grow-
we' Asoiatoa. This firm also plac-
4 the ftrt ea In the New York. Chi-
- aa41 botee markets, and record
pete we reeIvwed. rThe quality is
sienefly admtted to be superior and
& gee m iM s I anticipated through-
so the o-se
C. i S1 &ad Woolfolk are in
adly t f touch with the entire
mair klttzts. sad receive fre-
qWt reports from the shipping dis
tittttS t Conkado. Information Just
w 4v sows tilhat their shipments
frqM the valley have constituted over
- pTet of tw total movement to
4-1. It is their purpose and effort
to --lv y every market of the entire
ntry that appreciates a good ar-
tkips. sad Colorado cantaloupes will
iwtatly have a wide distribution
two year
Mts firm handled the account of the
Mcky F*ord Melon Growers Associa-
tie bwt year and expects to make an
ees better comnparative showing in
rrults for the association this sea-
son As it already known, the Rocky
Ford Melon Growers' Association is
the "pioneer" amwiation of the can-
taope ladutry.


Wbe (ilc-hrtst sits in the governors
Te girls will come from ePerymhere.

Judge Landis, but however that may
be. the language of the attorney gen-
eral on this application for a rehearing
in the Standard Oil case is evidence of
a remarkable and most lamentable
change in the attitude of the bar to-
ward the courts.
No set of facts ought to be possible
which renders it just or proper for
counsel to address such language. to a
court. If the facts do warrant it, then
the court as now constituted ought to
cease to exist.-New York Sun.


We understand that some people
are killing the squirrels that play on
the trees in town. Doubtless not a
thought was given by those doing it.
for there is nothing more attractive
to any place than the squirrels. Win-
ter Park thinks the world of the lit-


Among the latest novelties to be OF IT
brought to the attention of the people
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M from the flooded section Tampa. Aug. 29.-Tampa will send
f the sot& estimaate the property to Tallahassee on inaugural day a
1 at from Z.@ to $3.000.000, delegation that will do the chosen son
so"e" of th enorMMos damage to, proud, and will publish to the entire
Jl ialate from "washes." concerning world the growing importance of thiis
ac so estimate can be made. The city and section. A special train, the
f- of life, estimates differing some- Tampa Municipal Band and a hun-
Wat. i, probably suffciently large to dred representative cities will be
mart the* disaster as one of the most the offering of Tampa to Governor
iout, of the l ecatle Except along Gilchrist on that momentous occas-
t lower Cougar*e the cre'st of th- ion.
food had pasa-d Saturday nigh4,t. andI Plans. although now in an embryo
thw aflikct-ed wetln is now busy r, state, are on foot to expr,.ss Tanmpa's
patiritax lamax anel relieviniz suffer- appreciation of the co-operation of
on other cities of the state, and of other
T ('onjng i. a classic stream counties, in electing Mr. Gilchrist. the
that has, te.-n ,d-,.n,-rnd Ilv pyet.- in South Florida candidate.
Uliting 'rew a. "the wbhiing (',n- Definiite plans of the inauguration
parv an l. 'ramning Conga:-e. hav* no, vet male, but it is cer-
ft-vnvt1 it hai ti-et th, ,',,*asat;ng. tain th:e "-.' will be a big military
rmring. d %oiuring ('ougar,.. T',, parale. p)arkicipated in by the state
rve.r tN torni..I t the junction of ti,- troops. This will be largely out of
4Broad a&l th-e Salutda. nar C'olumbniia deference to General Gikl-hrist's long
As it fltos toward th- m-a it is join service in the state troops.
e1 bt h,. \ %a er*, and form. the San Col Thomas WVir is arranging for
te TIe afflu.-ntsi of the Congare-e the Tampa delegation to go to Talla-
drain thew outhe-rn slol|.. of the Ap- ha,. e, in .anuary. His original idea
palachiar, range and are affected, as Aas to have a special car. gaily decor-
to voiunm. to% ildlitionu in the up- .at-.'i with banners, advertising Tam-
lands The further ,tenudatio Appalachians ap. a result of the crim- had played in the election, but the
tmal ntwelilence' of congress will doubt- expressions of so many who intend
es rult in an increased fluctuation going to Tallahassee on that day were
of the. water upply that fee0ds these received that it has been decided that
rive. and an increa%.-. probability a special train will be necessary to
of disastrous floods But Mr Can- accommodate the crowd.
am-a troubadour of irosleritv and
sa exponent of tbhe doctrine that it is MR. BONAPARTE'S ASTONISHING
wsw to let well enough alone, who UTTERANCE
ws born is North Carolina but made
pabtilcay a Illaol--fpeel.8ure that The attorney general, the district
If t1e supply of timber is gone inven- attorney and the special counsel en-
ein will supply the demand for a sub- gaged in the prosecution of the Stand-
stitute, and as for the effect of de- ari Oil case at Chicago have present-
teMltatk upon agriculture and cli ed to the Unlted States circuit court
mate.Mr Cannon feels serenely certain of appeals a petition for a rehearing
that Provs4lea will pmite in some uion the decision of that tribunal re-
we) a q'- dy for improvidl.nce v.rsing the judgment in which the
Vry probably) Mr ('annons already diistrict court. Judge Kenesaw M. Lan-
gi-t and growing popularity in ldis presiiing, imposed the fine of $29,-
North (Carlina. which cradledt the dibs- "244 1110 u0 the defendant.
tistuisbe stateman. and in South The language of the petition goes
Carolina ald Gorgia. boating the to the very verge of professional pro-
Mor of being near neighbors to his Priety. It accuses the appellate court
tTv. state. hasta hen increased ,lur- of having done injustice to the trial
WC thw last f.- days The juggling judge. and declares that its opinion
64 the Appalachian forest re.senre billIf Permitted to remain unmodified
durtiag tb last comgresW is fresh in "will tendi to encourage disobedience
the public minte. especially in the Ito law, to inpede the enforcement of
south 4ourler-Journal I salutary statutes and largely to d-
'feat their purpose." * Some per-
ROCKY FOROS ACTIVE sons think that it would have been
better if Judge Grosscup had dealt
The first car of Rocky Pord canta- more mildly with the decision of

now in 190)8 I hope to vote for him,
and in all sincerity I wish him God-
speed. That he will be elected is the
prayer of myself and wife.
New York, Aug.. 1908.
Lincoln and Bryan
To the Editor of the World:
Four years ago I voted for Roose-
velt, but today Bryan is the man who
stands for the rights of all the peo-
ple. He has finally risen to the
heights of the true and new democra-
cy and is the champion of the old.
The poor man has not had a friend in
the White House since Lincoln died;
today he looks to Bryan.

"'Tis many a day since Lincoln died,
And angry seas still lash the shore;
But now, today, hope, angel-eyed,
Sits down beside the poor man's
Today springs promise in the west,
Springs like a flower from prairie
Emblem of truth on his broad breast,
On his broad brow the sign of God."
New York. Aug., 1908.

tie creatures and they have them by The Full Dinner Pail
the thousands. Orange City likewise. To the Editor of the World:
and also Gainesville protects them. "The Full Dinner Pail" in today's
and it is a constant source of pleasure issue of your paper by M. M. is good.
to the tourist to sit and see them gam- 1 think that the working man. from
bol and eat nuts. and they are so the mechanic down to the most hum-
tame that one can almost reach out ble laborer, who is stupid enough to
and take them up. vote for anybody but Bryan deserves
What if they do get a little of our what he has been getting lately.
fruit, is it not a small part that they Give Bryan a chance to prove his
get. and no one surely would deny Iworth, although it may not be recog-
them that. They are our friends, and s nized, like Grover Cleveland's, until
with the birds bring a good bit of after his death. I am sure Bryan is
sunshine to our lives. Though the the man of the hour.
revised ordinances make no provision J. 0. DES LOGES.
for squirrels, a thing very likely over- New York, Aug., 1908.
looked, as there was a regular ordi- *

gard to trusts in his song of accept- stead. and who knows but that ooniw, th. it' r' i 'itt '--' ..
ance. "the overshadowing of the day all we will have to 41.) Wilf ,,r r* .
Roosevelt policy." need soap is to pill a )h-rry off t.,I nio.t ini|m, t,,' ,,. ,,
I predict Mr. Sherman will not cut tree growing by the well and save th. ,.nioft ht- l.; ..t ,' ,;. ,
as wide a swath through the south as tribute we now pay to Fairbanks. ()ol- Th ,,f ,.i!,,; :,,i. -. .,. ,.-
General Sherman did in 1S61. I have gate and others. :ncr*,a,- *tf .. .. a,
been voting republican for some time. In addition to the soap tr-e. Whir- ," 1,,; i'.In ,.r' .,
but will vote f')r Bryan and Kern. as field has on his place oliveo. rsi- nan, o h' ..r
I think the White House is large mons. Japan plums. Kelsey plums, pI- h.atily that in -Ir,' ,f h.- .-
enough for two families, cans, hickory. English chestnuts and output wtic G. H. PUCKETT. all kinds of citrus and tropical fruits .disturbane- itv-ar th. ', tit wa gr-*'A
Cleveland. Va.. Aug.. 190S. er than ev r htfor *hu[lt .t i >Nh ha
0 0 0THE COUNTRY EDITOR Lake State. ani th.e n..rthwe'., *
One Discordant Note smaller cut wa.4 r'imr',,. thait f )f
To the Editor of the World: The editor of today has to get his 19,16. though th, na,m- ,,f m>t .
I labor for my daily bread. I have nose down to the grindstone and keep lorting increas..d
nothing to sell but my labor. About it there sixteen hours per day and 365 In the. lAko o* i- !.;I )
75 per cent. of the citizens are in the days in the year, or he falls by the evilence.i rhe wAninx t ,ppiv whi .
same boat. We own about 4 1-2 per wayside. There are men who quit pin-. Michigan. which r,,r .s
cent. of the entire country's wealth. work Saturday night and rest until years led all the-. a,.. ,in I amtr pr'-
We live by selling our labor power. Monday morning. They lay aside bus. -lduction, anI then C a%.. 'a ,., A.
In the minority boat are the buyers iness cares at 5 or 6 o'clock every cousin, sank in 0,' ?rm r..r'-a ,a
of labor. This 25 per cent. owns the evening and do not resume them until seventh place- while W-..-,m,. i *eu'
other 95 1-2 per cent. of the country's 7 or 8 o'clock the next morning. Not from third it) fifth
wealth. They live by rent. interest so with your editor. He bas no ele-
and profits. Their means of life is gant leisure. He knows no hourno It is prohahlv that !hr,,,4h v a'
procured by buying labor power. They Sunday, no night. When he goes to I forts of ('onar,.man .parkTnman '.
buy it as cheaply as they can. a party or to church, or on an alleg. united State a, ,
Taf syshe s orbot. e asa surv-ey o)f the, Kiwomne- r-'v -'r
Taft says he is for both. He was ed pleasure trip. it is all in the line: a sur of h K m rr
nominated by those in the minority of duty. Withal, your editor man isf certain wh-.rh.r it w,'l-it ,- fo.i -
boat. so where does he stand? He a cheerful, long-suffering soul. going to place iocks thrin ,t* ,[1 *w
confessed that only "God knows" about doing good in his humble way. ter ,o that .,,I.l 'w- i-
what to do when we of th. majority g ^ mnty.thth n .
what to do when we of th, major tyHe returns good for evil! He writes nanently ,'tsahli.h..1 - 4,
are out of work. long puffs of church sociables, and; points on rh- Kt.--m. I t
Bryan says he is for both. He was in return therefore accepts a chunk of iake# ,oke choto...
nominated by himself out of the mi- cake that would sink an ironclad. He I -
nority. He cannot honestly represent notes the arrival of all the babies in lml. Kaltl.H ft I. ;I. *
both the buyer and the seller of la- the neighborhood and eternally per- one of th, t,:'"kr ,,-f '" tI'iA'b"
bor te eihb rhod an eeraly Ir asolhall ti-ail| i- ti,-po .lift' afic
bor jures his soul in telling how pretty 'as ioal tau .. S,-I' -' I -
Debs is compelled by the member- formation of a .4t.l'. '!.ot.,! -*a
Debs is compelled by the member- they are. He rejoices with the gay! ,=
ship of the socialist party, which is and mourns with those who are sa, d.....
composed entirely of wage laborers, He booms every enterprise which!
to be the candidate for only those makes his community rich. and goes
who sell their labor. He is not only about himself clothed in gunny sack
for those of the majority, but is of cloth and one suspender. He glories
them. He cannot represent those of over the fortune of his neighbor, anti
the minority boat. He does not tell merely eats his own repast of boiled
the minority that he, too, represents corn cobs and colored labels off toma-
them. to cans. He can write a sermon, an
No president can represent two op- account of a nrize flht a tif UE i EU

Democracy Vs. Plutocracy bad one in 1873 when Grant was pres- of the Fort iPerce section, says the wasiusuton. torpt. i.-rngur" of
To the Editor of the World: dent. There was another; it began News, is the product of the soap tree. the lumber cut in 19007. conmpi,..l by
A vote for Bryan is a vote for the last October. It has not left us yet. which can be and is grown on the; the bureau of the census, anrd th. for .
republic. a vote for any other candi- and seems in. no hurry to go. Mr. east coast, as has been demonstrated., est service. showed th,. lart,., tr,,j
date is cast directly or indirectly for Taft. that perfectly safe man. was a W. W. Whitfield .a progressive col- ever reported in th.. I ir.-. 'a',-
the plutocracy founded and maintain- !part of the administration when it ored man of Melbourne. who is now exceeding by over seen ,'j < ,"' rh..
ed by the republican party at the ex- cam.. hyiy did not he and Mr. Roose- working in Fort Pierce, has one of cut rep)ortl for 19,";. ,n' i *;,in u,
pense of the people. velt, who appear to have been about these trees growing on his place at record year. Thi-i .l.- ii, ,....r
H. P. CHADBOURNE. the who1, thing, either avert or su;i) Mdelbourne, and on Monday he brought i iiy how a i;-A.'r ;a',:!.i ,,' n
Roxbury. Mass.. Aug., 191-o. it? If the re)ulblican party is so po- some of the berries to the News of-; D1#'.,;. for the rerurni. ,. ...
,, * t-zt in IIalning -busines.; hum why fice. These berries, which ore a little year nior, ,,roiii'.J '. ..
How Taft Might Score has i: lot this panic, said by ex-Sec,'-- !arger than a grape and have a dul!. before. Th,. -ii.:.-: t..:t. ... .
To the Editor of the World: tary of the Treasury Shaw to have yellow color, contain properties pccu-! clote sonm, int..'V..r? n: t< ,-
If Mr. Taft wants to make a great 1.b-en one ot tl:e most 'ii-.- irous anti liar to themselves, and are like oap In 1!. r ,. .
hit why does he not promise to t he A.-s)reald in history. ran all this when in contact with wate.:. A lt!, anl thlir ro.,',, H. ,
hundreds of thousands out of employ-,: tinm, W!' \ y haa-n'i i: star;el1 thin,.s ruhhld ng produces a lather to a ; billion f r.t ot lini..r I'. ..
mnent in New York anld other cities I' aib! k i') i th -m going' Vhy has:.'r -rool oap.- andt to T, t her : i ('lC n;1 to Id,'lII.l. ',- '* -
a full dinner pail? W1 here is t fu ll! it ) to work :!.l ,ivn n i-qualiti.: our foreman tri.,i th-lim : ;al cat. In 1 I ;' "'
)5.,',,to Ihlio unntiii ]. i oyo !, ii-; ink-, !'.ands wi-.h sadisf1'.e'ory :',- 0t,wvl P.r -, tl, ",.
dinner pail this year? Alas': tis enp- l' ..nt.l .his inky h" i sa i cor :- rh. "rr. ,
ty. C. FR(- ST. i 0 1 D. -'irt W h,:- soapl will re'n ove p irr.r- ffv,,t Sinc r I ,,',. ,, ,_ ..
Bethvl, Tenn.. Aug.,Aug. 1 ,, B :, Jr .. Aug.. .. ink anI other sub-trne p-culiar ti.r.-,. ,.r" ., l>' i : . .
S, i to 'prit shops it is,! oil. rt -port,. I i-, .., ., *,
Chicken Legs and Excesior I A Caldwell Man's Drearr Theretore. we p)ro:nounc, the',e I *t..- f,,re,. whil. rli. i,, ., , f.i
To the Eili'or of tih- Wo:'ti: ries a good soap. :, 1 mi ... !i" ,.
To the Editor of the World: r i a go soap.
To the Editor of the \\'orhl: For the last Twenty v\.ars. :wo o j: Experiment to be Made i.,.tt. it n~imi, t.. *
My first vote was in 1SS'., for Gar- Experiment to be Made C ituii.
elai-n tvoethree months before election. I have \V : were tfotunate in securing soni,-, ainoiiI? (tctiI tni:. .' ..
field. anti I continued to vote the re- aclii fil: I i i
l a oniu dreamed which way the election has of these berries and have s-en s-,',..' has, tbin l .." .r', r :rt
publican presidential ticket up to .
, , gone. except ni, last. dreami. which-.i to :ht, experiment station at Giain- T Ins iw - A.i i s. ., I. I I\
1904, when I voted for Roosevelt. I gone exce my last dream whic i i *
Sk I of course, has not had time to matpr- 'il!e to find out what we can about, ititferntit. f,': ir i- ,. i
am now looking for wok. I was em- ., ,-. .,.i.
pa e ino a cand fac tor. a c r- ialize. The dreams came out 0. K. them. for let us admit at oncce that ann0n, nimill. ,f -r-.i,, .1
played in a candy factory, a corpora- I *u1
asydi a cand, facto$12, wk, A few nights ago I dreamed that it we claim no knowledge of horticulture, p)uiot thitt Ill s.,i ,i ... ,,
tion. as a porter, at $12 per week. for I
over twenty years, always receiving was election night, anll with some or other scie,,nces which couldti explain t'srtaiblishnw..rn'. r i,"'! *
a .i friends I went over to the World tnis tree. It may be a conmmnon on-,, nialI.
a promise of a raise in my salary.
was always forced to take part building to watch the returns. New or it may be rare. That we di not A (clahisi.ttitiln r .
S a a c t York City polled a very heavy vote. a know, but possibly our readers can states ant r-1,, 1r't.-,, ..i i. n i
every parade. In 1904 I carried a ,
"full dinner pail," filled with excel- lighter vote came from up the state determine, light oln th. -',,t:,n In : .,
sior used in packing, and out of the than was expected, and Bryan re- Whitfield states that th, tre> was I changes-.. a. for -'x.anmi'i. .. tt
pi h th w o c n ceived 34.000 majority. New Jersey planted by H. P. Bowden. an English-I al,l ris- ,tf Tex.ta fr,, ,t'
pail we had the claws of chickens I I
n to s ta ie te gave Taft 15,00 majority, but Indiana man, from whom he bought th- placl rhir, iplac.' ainmong 'h. lin 01. I i.
sticking to show that indeed the din- 11
ner pail was full. I remember how went 7t00 for Bryan, and the latter about three years ago. and that the, iing state.-,. are, dwiit1..--, 1,,'4,' w,-
ner pail was full. I remember how ,, 1,1.
was elected, tree has been bearing since h owned i) primiarilv byv ?h. -r.'.*'., ., *,
proudly I marched up Broadway witb a letd
proudly I marched up Broadway with rE. HOPKINSON SMITH. it. It is about ten feet high and about th,. 1.. r. ... ,
the Roosevelt legions. as per instruc- ,li, vi .. t l-..1
th osgos. Caldwell. N. J., Aug.. 19i)S. five inches indliameter in the trunk. Of c(ass' th,. a.\rtn ... .n.
tions of my boss. T< i ,/i
Alas!te fe ys b oI. s Last year it bore about a peck of the rcan l traced ,. .p %L., itt ..n, .-
A las .! th e d ream is o ver! I lost .,- i *,, i i ,
my job because a younger and less- "Sherman's March" Through the berries, while at least a half bushel Bfor)re th, to- ;j. I,,-..t rt,,. ..t,..r
my job because a younger and less- Sot ro tti summer l^iji~ <*. \ -.. '.*
I)aid man has taken my place. Now South are on it this summer
Sa o i ha .l b e o To the Editor of the World: Inside the berry is a large black in thl, liirnbr ir,, i' n,,'
I am wondering what will become of I & n 0
m wf n tr c It seems strange that a man high seed. and he has steadfastly refused <:,u.\-\r h.' w,,-r I[i,.'" -
my wife and three children after .
in the councils of the trusts and a to part with any seed until ho knows' of i ral;inIi ,fI t ", ,," ...
learning that in this state alone over director in so many corporations as the valut. of them. However, this itn- the a ;r ai .. '*, I
four hundred thousand people are n- Mr. Sherman is would touch the key dustrious colored man has sav,,d a For -'l-lin.' , ...
em pote a s B of President Roosevelt's policy in re- soap bill by using the berries in its ,,dI. n c,.rr.a r.'e 'i I '. -. ,*
I voted against Bryan twice, and. . -. I - 11










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le ,;, .- '., n .,S A PAYING INVESTMENT li.,l', is alo uncqali y: 'Bklen rni. Salve is ;;
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-, ,', '. \X a ii -, Ie The Mr.* n,; .;a1 O WVhite l' :tl Hi.H!Iand a rV ] is. 1' of the skin. Price. 2.2 cents. I;. C I
t'..04r 1 I 111 ia ~ lhifi av' Xie''
c c. r lav .~i s"' L l ~'ILit.I! Io ti )te o n s i' IiF -'t
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.,, ,,. "it was la' I4ec.n trouble0i w t o gw -ait'.-,d." ';ilarant+,,'.,I for piies.
Sa, '.I- :,,i(h ,', iiT \e1 1'"- and -I'in last winter I ti l ,' T. L Match t of Orange sores burns etc. c. i
---- '" IlialIV ad -vertised remetdies4, hit the T. a h o O ) t t rn s tor t.l
t.,' ,'". ) .!, -. ,.,*.. :,: 1 ,!' :1 !.,in,.ili ;t 4,. It h1' pi(.1UrP, ()1 '(.,lh conIinu i',l until I bought a 5 ,a'. S iii -gs, oIet of the Banner'- s faithful Co. ,lrui s ()or I
S ,- ',, ** .- '.r ''.- :,n, S. ," ", 'h.."!-'.i I, *, fi.lti it would be a 't" bopnlar lfo-- that was hail gone the C-h is here attendling to some legal mat- little granrlson of Le+von were hop-
', I. '' ': i ,-h ('a"'cl for 1'the in. li(ctnr- wa- all go.e. This wI ^ winter the sam ,ta He was ono of the first solliers ping in Ocala Thursday. Mr. Hicks
happy result has followed. A fe.w d ti ,It-.
ti'sne.-s in Ocala. s O once more banished the aninual1( enlist from Marion county, and socialist candidate fo the le-
', ,,..a TI, W\orks I- r, cough. I ant now convinced! that Dr. se-rved under Lee in Virginia. I-e i, i is a htr
,, .** \\. hi, "cl t. t i, i-- .Mr John W. Stevens. For' McCoy's King's New Discovery is the best of was a menlbe'r of Calpt. Pierson's h lt Re" Edy, .. a a
S 0 ~ ..~..... 0 ,- . ,..- ,I , ,- ,r-,,, ,1 with a all cough. and lung rem ledies.'" Sold _a a
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,":. ,', ::.';. .-,:in i0 f,%r ..'a e.ii:ori.:. ". c, ."t:1-ae-i I t'he 'h. hu ) i1 ie r t y M, ':Ili ali when we Claim it to b. an euUMt
;h;," :..',! ifn .'s <,-o)5; :, s,)f,+ j.ijge.J \. i-. _Maliih'r. Arrivin -rthr-., n t. T y w-r. in gips o ,h. remedy for chronic catarrth Saw
'. *-"' F H1 -' i ha.. ii 'h e 'tle ana ':T (cat ioach. n i. ia abundant proof that Pit) s in r jal
li!... .;+:, '" tl .,! i(h i -' "` ] : la Th -' nt,:xi *-k !,i i h i i l tl, If !! -IIa. I ,I. T )( a; i (,.., ,,,- ,n01!i~ w .- a '
a'. "so i-!'2a 1 ,i ..ii;) as t 'he ". og roI1h1iea'ii- 1p n ,l te1 ity t such a catarh remedy Let souo
",. \h at-t .',h e* lUnhIII ted, ,tates*m
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*:.y i a .saysof the pri ncipal agreed s of
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""' (''f1i'-. : 1 < wvi' a' i! r. -i-4 tp iiTaitn 10 .!ril ,i.*. hydratis canadensis, or 1oMes sL
S:' *' ',"* flpK ( ....t i- h- j .I wni anl ist'n to Tht, aiitJi ii The United States Ihpom tory sys
.. ...... .. .l* .(-'ia I ,- Iir ).t)I" 'n .th i \l',i'-h s'll 1ii l-n toTI t *1t herbal rem edy. that it is largeli
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...i. i", !ikns w' (-ila. li..n! lr ,n: employedin tketreatment of deprvled
v) ,- '. i, h '!! "". . f>n-i ici .n ,,;,,. ; l.rc.1 (;.nt ;..'. Triini;thau--- i m cous membranes. chronic rla t
: T::. . ,:-. "- ,, nasal catarrh,. a oiic dyspo m *
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S: ,, :** :,,,, :*; -' ; n~~' hiI !,i' th *n .>(*I T. ~'t' r nal catarrh. catarrhal jaUiee w
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",P, i... mucouS membrnes of tM pav
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",". :l', .t.,!," """ "- I ):]o ..1t. ,I. 0t O tr Pr-S--F. I.,. the treatment of varneu Irm of .
( '1. !.':,)ITW"'.. :a !a'heir !rl'(-hInSi(onls \vwere -I'I Initirniission. *me peculiarto wo nL.
J.i,. Ti 1, 1 Another ingredient 0of ?wenm ien
",, : i ,,o .' t()In le(d. for Thly had ltin niarrie- March. *iPn-'er Pi,,r -- S. R. ,.,,r, dals formvn._.._sd i th Umi
(),n.. (+t;"T"+ '+ 2' i ", "h+. "(l::,;^^*'T ',)T il i lO + ""-ic ,>- *- . u u o ~ e e u ~ (
.. 1 b**t* lt,.,y half an hour vwhen :.. t -granl S*,i -nadf., 'l)r,,ani!! -.- A;Itn State P ispm 1 e ln s a tesi. blh*
;a ,i,', "v, I',' 'I from th. nioth(,r was leliverIff to I)aily. is cub5bscassedwa -, S MMA a
..wnI. vov TI'<- w in+, 'h,>'-riff Lan fordl instructing him tTo) Pari',fn.l Solo. "'Fasi.natona .\IMr. a toni r t lumou imJ
l n;i o Ii; a have tn tpre\+ilt Tht, marriage andl rIturn the F. E. Mathews)-C. (C. Barnhou.o. Ca ldro forei tel=iam IiIresM
E.on y,): hiay ;,-k-,n il1-.a,- I )ak ( in ,:o,,n \ .. la,. 'o her home in ()cala. MPdlly Overtur,. "A (leamn of +.- Peraa- an es t drug 11 01
":..' Va lo ,n('+ 1n1.i in1 T!..l ,t Aftt-r their marriage tht \oung c(ou- ven--C. K. Harris. 'been y e v1 rWy
t :act that yir 'u rse) i a:o,< pi, wnt to the Conmmercial Hotol. mediWl hr "a
by v.uir rcalar-dS. ic where they spent the d(ay, returning HOW TO GET STRONG t
ThaT has ,een he Tto Ocala by the night train. The L_
of ,he Ocala Banner for years. :groom is yard engineer for the Sea- P. J. Day. of 1247 W. Congress St.. : am tL
W\Vhatever tini,;s for the bettermentoar at Ocala and the- w ill mae Chicago, tells of a way to become *o Dmiy* e ofI % seem
of 1 .. ('oTflfars i col strong. He says: "My mother' who is Of cedm kt it IN M d
ft .e (,o(m1nuni,>- appars in its ol-Itheir home in that city.-Starke Tel- old and was very feeble, is deriving tals ai theU if taw
1lnlTIl- whatever militates against it graph, Aug. 2S. so much benefit from Electric Bitters. twyaIahhlwtit dM a
is i i,!y xl.ieu.l. 1 that I feel it's my duty to tell those a.. ltt ia
IT f;(1,S I- lboelieve that a local OFF FOR OHIO who need a tonic and strengthening n*^ hr 146IaIa 1
iw-p ,_-__iid b-com_ a scanial__ medicine about it. In my mothers Oil nof i1'n IL S aa
Sl c cncase a marked gain in flesh has re- of Per sl ined by ite
ti+n.,rt~rilt riw n,-,\\% that ik not fit; Mr. P. %'. """ g o. th po ua
ior ';ri n s rhat is not fit M .evngoo1. the popularr suited, insomnia has been overcome.'. Staa Noa Ud /
to loiiit. business nianag-r of the Banner. left and she is steadily growing stronger. ,l adlin Ic. lzt^^
Thursday for a visit to Cosho-ton, O.. Electric Bitters quickly remedy stmoh-
I h ach, liver and kidney complaints. 0h a m t It b m a
:,I. X. I). n t(l t',)n boy1h"(o.dhs oyh) home. It has be.n (uite Sol unler guarantee at Tydings & tilaat o m. i-tItabenMry
\A,, rt.. h,' ;.':",tyl, and a.sistic., in The .t1; ty-f,v, y,.ars since l hit' left there ('o.. drug stor,. 5,1c. im branes. %Oht l ia ,.hr 9ld "6
,i, .icat on ,)t' f h, n,'w scha).)l 1ii tilu ng. to (cas. hi' t, r linfs with the plo'(p)l -- ZO hmoi d d i F-l
, a.;iv- .,t i- a -.,' a T f( ol'o Of lh- s'ctio', andi f coursere h- will If has h. ra'n raining at Saluda l i' n IOg = eh l--e di.... of th__fMt J
.'. . '1 .' itiiI ; ( -I r ie 01 'i i^lllosT i>'< "';' stla1H! 'r in ia sttra ;: i iIlI111l 'y f'or 'l. o rla .a ays. a l i di
$> ,', "rii T Mh('(',>,',, l.i:':t),r (';]i- n, wvh',n l, .s ,a.k ro', ', for "Ocala colony" ther say tlat F;',ri"!- Iln k f* f f
l:.1 *, ..... T:),A\;;,-. isi (tr< ion '1.- \vo()',,i.'r!")l chani ,en a rs a(,l )ai'.t,' l i ll Tlw+n- iilis hav 1, no() onc'ptiohn 1 of of h i.t n- ImOla of w kt the f
,.,- ',0 '7: '!. 8 '1 a U!' .i'"r ol tv-!iv -ai'r-. (;Gentlal. ph .'sani anI liine rains are. The v+>g-'trtl' I "jd- Plern a MILrrh rme1. Th hi1
I:rl'ii'' ';z:',",' didi, 'lie'*,s,. After |('(.ilpanionf'l)hl ht is j;.St tihe one to tdiers hav, -e('.n unable to iali-' vis!t: eiden "is thtelrtiemo ft
"i- ,'. U:(; I::,:I ,.*Fr+ .nl:(,s hlii co in ha a ii, ii to ) a :-!.i ii ~ 1fl wiI ad wvas not his Vsit will < in i 'v'ry W'. eljo);- drow etl in Thy, <-()O)s. tlt- wo d, iZ)i
V., ",,,t- v.4. )n! 4, 'v tll of the dlay. ble. soal.;ing wet and fi i:'es w-ere aliio-ti *-
*wi; ", ,.l.7 ,o l),'s i ,'"were pirpsont --- possible to start they hav- no pin,, A TRIAVrLING MAN'S EXPEMIElCa
. ),i ld! ,,njiYvil the occa.-ion. The' Miss Sue,, itrc.o 1,it last nglit for and the colony is badly in the ,ur;). .
"'l l ',,, i 11 ' \ 10- "'life. fa
00', v il ;lii )'T r nin+ ty I,:Upis anl1 O cala.I, a('-o( )ilani(,d by her little ;.t -' *..,.i, .l iI i \ IH 1 ')I(
v:'; -';i.' )i with three teachers.. It niece. Annie Pi.tterson. Miss Barco Capt. John H. Welsh of Miami has. ",,:3 i ',.i,,. i.>,ii I i, itr "
i-" a ,u t hired iln I,(nl of nuhnbliers, of +as beten ill ii ili fo, tor' several nl)oni hs I)riinted a book to prove that the ce-tidar i', Sai \ t;,..r rli. i
-. ,,,i( sch,,ol of the county. I and has ',,,,n a favorite with the used in buiilding Solonmon's tnji)I,-' s ';1 'll 1 1 I al 'h 'ini-
I l 'i h r y-
young people of the city. Shb will lie came from Floriila. Ve know (an. .'!ni lii i h.1 ,, ,,. ,,t Ithi' Ii? *
r *.. f., ,w>\-. 1hat nightly :attend greatly missed from the social gath- WV lsh and will endlors, auiything th, i. < !.b>,.Ti ..h i, ,,i t, t i *md
*.. .':()'. az'.. pictulire shows are some- Cerinls,. and it is hoped that she will says.- Punta (;ordla H-r'ald. u.i,. I ,, i i- A.,11i1 -, *sa
ligi;l mIary' lv( llu<. yet it affords an ex- ret urn here in the nea' fllt ure. 1^*- Yes. Capt. XV.dsh (nce sho wed*.l a ',.,/ *::,.',- ,,' I ., ,' I, i,'i !
S*--1nt l)a.'ime.. andl the pi(turei's are fore leaving a recepton was tendered reprosentati ",' of this paIp r th, i' .- ...^ ,,* ,,it d i ,ii rI
:. o :e 1 i ;n wo th the Inon'y. They" to the many fi'iIiln s of little Miss Pa'- tical spot wher't this cedlar was tro)W'l. ', ,,. i,, ., ,I -, ... -
a a'+ i< ( o iv h ',eautiful anl o oftenn amun .- terson at her mother's resideonce <(n -- ,'j, I' i ',,, , .. Ihtk@
':u -. i;ut v are alike instructive. W e\ Thirteenth street, an'd a jolly tim e Port V Leavenguoo(l. l hi-t', ... i i ,,. I.
,!, 2,, t(o s.,, tlh' cr',iwds that night- 'as had by t ga.," of 0t" \')11T a "I" of the D)aily B}ann r at ().'al. ' ,,.i,- I'P, ,' ii
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11141 o*- aTO jail, Z l.0 TOM WATS
T h 'b CU~tlfa Adv4roat i
b rfCi686 P16 rrmi of 'he primary
k lMltoat eo MWTyeir.- ('loptonI
ItIM~b i w"e-l .'.Iin the ehajw'l on
A W Wtsb aM no hlt"lr i:e-ltai'iotG
8ha H no tett.-r U'li' nf l)- tt LaSt fal! there was a panic, in spite
0 0 a ea.v- gie- n h% hillrn of of the fact that we had a greater
lo w is the Ini' itat 'St i amount of material wealth than ever
E e0 J1h 1iir-i at evy. ocl * Jm t iatl e.DM[)' before Bankruptcy went stalking
' --- l^4 th rkustkimg or M eiTe'ir" l) "
| J paf r sid4ed in a Ra.ow pleas through the land and the cry of (dis-
f aa ser pe.-s p timlg lpl-'mia, and tress rang from sea to sea. How did
( -Iral .r.lteates, ('Cronul i.nbyY' our republican president-our friend
16 t n I'tl4 tat- 4tilvere-d a ten'I of the "big stick--deal with the pan-
I0M- a44om aM a <'hna-e> en-w x,1
aeh ic" * He virtually said. as Mr.
if I a Tllt 4delismroo (Pa of muich
Sf h Th~re wetr. thret Cleveland had said in 189: "If noth-
IM eW% (f.. (Ob. rv4dered& an etay lng else but bonds will do you. come
Ii .1 thtif a to hmeWe r it oist' t win Mandlarin no What brought about the panic of
saw fis tho.bum- un4e-ratan.ding it e-x
s e he hluse- underm- ng t it 1 I l.4"m" Thee volume of real money had
-t e' hil'. a.- t.a l-r n xl t h.. be-n so greatly lessened In compari-
li'lil Ei,-'le a aml I~n~llli~i a, ,v,i
[ % .# ani \ an'I ahich was io 6n a t ithi the country's need for mon-
00,410014-r t,* 'Iti" f, trwt'iTlUr% ;irt-s,'i" . that i' is not difficult to "corner"
/ I.rhti, ,e..'* wrd C,1 I.. *girl- the available supply. New York did
STihe Ta.'i '*1b sa ur't*'r-t K>.I h' ,^ .,
r'-a, U.l t iiiv.r- .1to i lai., fall Credits of all sorts had
p pr 1 t - *i *'! '' I .
ct.f 'h1 I th.t a *- 'i,'ii -I b ,e, vo ti, It-'. 1 ilt O.*- -*1 t, \ th., nhonev was needed New York
;l q ,. r l,7- *e.' '' ,, .1,.' rn\- '-*, if ;. ti inI to be t in posse-;sion of it,
1 h4el t .. r. "'1 1i- I< I .li',;l ;it N, .,rk helix on to it. Neither
tt@ *'*'b.' eigi il ci 'h.. (r '.li i'.
Th *. ,-lti ti ,13 i hi. iuliJair,' t'tik:- nr indiividuals could get back

-e1 '1* n.Tei' i.r.d.ct.v > .i..,n. ~ th-'Ir ( ? :l nvy froni New York
S llq6irqiial and it&. h i ,i 7- ao' IT 1 hA II 'i .!irin an extortionate price
I i n i* an i i P the aila'i%.1i' n m, 'r it .iw comilu the situation have
.Ia -h.- 'he hr t ,.> I,,' *' ......n1 reli.-'ti,-, eegtm o.'--ifar ate.' ~
I k~wes'ho- ,,ithe'r- st.a
PWV00-" 'f A the 1,1MI A'ilJ 'ioiff

ObW11- 1I. i.-tthAt a A, p
INNO' $4 0% 4 i i I I "4 ~ 3*e I1'

b" 14 H ~ a, h I.-Ol 4 9 -I]
Obi heI itg* s e, -h fl f 'A

lbe- .1 yt1-t'-e"Ia Mo.,a

smogmassi a fltcmc'i 'sotlni

sum tftaehar~iftuu, 'Iso It i 7 a sl to
IMe mas &"rwop bit, re'ojIwa. srit
Usbe lAiim mliii ae wow-el "ih of
OWN*& ',wse-b *cud ios
Tbw a -.etal
to evv*4"way Tb. aINStrumeental mu-
af a ew &&4 Ow theEoon.. umumuall)
0~ Tb' wrbool o cirepgraduates..I
am dr m sm wor) light blue Chinese

Oha wtnme d i ssaw* white tace'
4 "__ad- ts.of thotr own will.

royal prerogative of creating money
until the Goldsmiths of London brib-
ed a king's paramour into wheedling
him into granting the fatal conces-I
sion. As a matter of historical fact,
the monstrous usurpation of our lead-
ing class against which we Jefferson-
ians revolt, had its foul origin in the,
disgraceful relations which gave Bar-
bara Villiers her power over Charles
II. Our forefathers did not intend to
part with the sovereign power to cre-
ate money. Admonished by every
lesson which could be taught them by
the records of the past, they reserved
to the government the great royal
function of creating money, just as
they reserved to the government ev-
ery other attribute of sovereignty ne-
cessary for the high purpose for which
the "more perfect union" was estab-
lished. They denied to the states the
power to make anything else but gold
and silver a legal tender of payment
of debts, vet. today, six thousand na-
tonal bankers, private citizens
though they are. do practically what
the constitution forbids the states to
do. To the extt.nt of six hundred mil-
lion dollars. they already have their
personal notes in circulation as mon-
e,; under the Aldrich-Vreelandl bill.
i they are given the right to issue an
additional five hundred million.

Tih,' i ,,Irini,'nt should have used its Think of it!
-,\, !.lit. to (cr'ealt- mionoey anil Morgan, Ryan. Belnot. Rock,-fell..r.
-', i ha%'.- lr!'o)k-iI lite New York Harrimnian. are national bankers, as
01.' 1,0h 01. !.ii y lt inning its own Pl as railroad owners. I under thi5
new law thev. a. bankers. can mnono-
', .' ,- ;*' s .\ n ~i '.\r ,Ja c'h so nl did . ..... ... .,
Aizt ihe securities wh.ich. -is I'ailroadl
Sownlers. they see fit to i-sue. You
\\.-. iit t!. |rii-h wer.e hoing leo,! cannot Ilonetize landl. nor' cotton, no!'
i,,, ',," ,..itrai trap at N-\ Orleans i corn. nor merchandise; l)but you can
S-t. .. ..o. ha prig ,a c, l i(nli izt, any si)l" of railroad 1onds(
-it , tl, ii- viiFw ls r, ainll aignt lwas """I
"ii which have nen gathered ;ip b- the
':. ," l lr e ck a n d~ r ulin o ni e o)f .. . ,
Sob|anking association and %; which tne
r*\%.1 ,41-. a. tiI, 1d ul.nder 101 of the treasirv cau e1 PIT'-
,i,. *. it: ,,' .-uial I anil Spain. P su e s ,I to look upon wili favor. Nor
( 0 .. !, .till lionr of thie old is "this the worst of it. When they .are
'. T :. li .' !-''i at least wo ?iv( th, 1)owot to expal'! antl ('I-
Itract the currency, as ith' Alirich-
,! -*I* : itri( an p opl it( -l(and ill i',ves it. hX.y cannot
f... -..- a-a Io r v 1 ny i en prices u' p tl or tlown. uuijt cail
''!,. i':n arri,:-" who 1madle that precipitate a panic whenevc r it is to
-',.:!i- ,'-w,.rai f,-el the nee,l of the their interest to do so; Ithus ourt gov-
i; ik.' O()h. for an hour of Andrew ernment has delibt-rately given Wall
t r g street almost absolute control antl ter-
.!,'k, ",1 * |%v treasurv rulings ... .1... o_
ribly dangerous power over the 85.-
.nI h a-is of congrt'ss our money 0!,0,000 people of our republic.
&.eni has been revolutionized. The Who would not be shocked beyond
oezernment has been made to abdicate expression if the government should
one of its most important functions, delegate any other of its sovereign
It would not be, more dangerous to functions to private persons to be ex-
d-lleate to private individuals the plotted for private gain? How long
right to declare war and make treat- would it be before the flags of revolt
ies than it is to delegate the power would be unfurled from the lakes to
to control the creation and distribu- the gulf, and from ocean to ocean, if
lion of the national currency. Never a few of our money kings are allowed
did any government surrender its to handle our army and navy? Such

O Y UlSA -sa theylookpi
VM *we". &M de of them were Kill that snake! Never' It was sa-
-- f goeprvit Ti' %Pgraduatox crt'd!
we" Mateft @irt i hl IVr wewer Oh' the. horror of It all!
M trdta, withl lan4some brocad- The people seem happy, though, they
ed d oit h air onsan.ted with a are fearfully taxed on account of the
GM tt1l B.l>aaped 4 Sower, which war The railroad fare, second class.
i- to be the p"eailinlg *tyle On', frnm Yokohama here, is two yen
D froM walth% family and shl wore ,,Iollars and twenty sen (cents), but
IN~ --p--*_ parl oraameta in thirty-four sen are added for the tax.
a t"tieo th Sfowera All thrf are The renter pays tax as well as the
ctlwo t a bmb 10 Mone is from owner. All salaries are taxed, in fact,
a (rwtiaa falamil. everything.
.Po I 1I was surprised to see that the
?be diocw r4 Mimr w N :'Mlallorne. railroad ticket agents at Yokohama
ms4 N. Morm I. ,hto.. to .Japan for wore Japan.ese women. I also saw
i P-ioi, so I amj bere with th*m' seo.,ral in the postoffice. I am told so
a Karsamwa--Japanit Atheville* man' men have left the country for
I aim plrwtla sthe smaller oness money making that it is a necessity.
ar b? frm which we g9t magiifl- Women work side by side with, men
vait Wu w1 The water h r e r ro-s vbP4ahles and truits leln- Th. household servants are nearly all
PI ll Sow.r, i pltuamn. air bracing. wonion.
bmba iat mita la demand i.P- th.ere .Jis the opposite in China, women
Is p tum whv follKs can't g.Mt ar' rarely seen working outside of
Or-ah We are Inarding in th,' their homes, and never doing man's
4deetllittle Jafpamew hoMe whi.h work. although there are slaves in
ws like- doll playing Th vaIls China in Kreat numbers. I hone to do


Sandspur Grass. Hay-Japanese Cane
for a Forage Crop-A Tribute
to "Mother"

Reddick, Fla.. Aug. 28. 1908.
Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Hay-making has been about the only
work to engage the farmers for the
two weeks past, and an unusual
amount has been harvested. On one
farm of 400 acres, north of Reddick,
is one of the finest hay crops ever
seen in Florida, and the owner has
engaged several of his neighbors who
possessed mowing outfits to assist him
in harvesting the crop. With the na-
tive beggar weed ad crab grass and
the adaptation of our lands to other
forage crops there is no excuse for
anyone buying northern-grown hay.
We also notice that more of our far-
mers have planted velvet beans this
year than formerly. But the one crop
that gives th greatest vield, o af all

a situation is unthinkable. Yet we
have its exact parallel-with no less
terrible consequence--in the domi-
nation of these bankers.
Search ever so diligently through-
out the vast storehouse of nature and
you will hunt in vain for such a thing
as money. Never did it. exist until
the government called it into life. Na-
ture produces commodities: the law
may confer upon one of these comn-
modities or upon several of them.
these eg\al powers which lift the com-
modity out rf its natural p;Osition as
a cominmodlay. and give it th, artificial.
man-nimad- l position which entitles it
to bear the n wne of MONEY. Nature
does not produce armies. It only
sup)piies the raw material. Just as it
ever 1:s been a governmental f'nc-
,ion to creat- armies and navies, so
it has ever b-'en a governmental func-
tion to create money.
To supply the nation with its cur-
rency is not only the government's
prerogative, but its high anl solemn
duty. It is a part of the public do-
mnain in the loftiest and truest sense.
The bankers have invaded it and en-
trenched themselves upon it. Let the
government drive out these insolent
trespa.-.-e-s and reclaim the public do-
main. L.t us scoulrge the mioney-
changers roin the templle antd coIns-
crate it anew to the holy purpoel)o for
whicn it was created. Li*t the goveorn-
mllent itself creatt- all thte money. Ev-
.ry dollar t1us1 called into hil4ig wi!l
have for its scitts. th 5ai oIf it(izd l
Tender. the indlust ri-al ,emands of
enitire country.v ani hi, w al'lih of all
I the people.
In its last iavsis th ('il'currnc('y
s. stem which has I l,, foi--t(i, ;Ip. n
tie Amei:'-i(an )eople. is ln '-iv :i
exl)hoilati n o! the puldi (.i (r i-
youirs andl minitte--ofir it h-.' private,
Iprofit. The ('creoiit of all lih( peojd,-
r'pres I1 eil biy o1ur oV 'rI'iin n t li.-
l.FIn seized i)oll !i) y X 1'l .X :tanl
bank'l's. E]\-ervy sae and, iAfltV:iie'
ci: i,+ i;'1 st klni,)W'. tat i',' g.)9 '!r'-
lltii; liaas 110 lllk) l'e 'ii to s.til'rIt -l"'
to pivate ihdivid:uls t li, of a.!
thie lpeoptle than il would have to hiLi',
out the army and navy to furtli-.-r
sonicme marauding expedition of these
buccaneers of Wall street.
Why has the national banker any
more right to use the government
credit-based upon what you and I
produce-than has the farmer, the
merchant, the mechanic, the lawyer,
the editor, the scholar? What right
has the government to take what be-
longs to us all and give it to a favor-
ed few?
A currency system, based upon the
general credit, would be a blessing to

es, on account of the saccharine mat-
ter it contained, it was excellent. It
seems to us it would be the ideal
plant for the silo.
A farmer showed us a lot of sand-
spur hay the other day. It was cut
before the spurs matured, and it
seems they had all dropped off in the
handling from the mowing machine
to the hay press, as we did not find a
sandspur with. "stickers" in the lot,
and it seemed in every way equal in
value to first class timothy. He was
selling it at $20 per ton. This is what
Is known as the long sandspur grass.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Mayo have gone
back to their old home in Georgia.
and from there Mr. Mayo goes to
Rocky Ford, Col., on his annual trip
to superintend the selection of his
cantaloupe seed for next year's crop.
Messrs. J. C. Dupree. S. C. Mayo, E.
D. and S. F. Rou attended the great
K. of P. convention in Boston thb
first of the month, going by steamer
from Snvannnh The weather was

us all. Surrender It to a few. who)
use it for their private gain and our
oppression, it has become a curse.


1[ picked Up a p4110l~Arra.
oAnd lt,' Paige-, I -Oic *
WVhich told ho~w a ft .-. s: t
Fell in h)~e with a '* ii... rn.or


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We Jeffersonians have been decried room
and reviled as wild people, asking for -Iirn.",.' ,
something that was visionary, imp)rac- -
ticable, unlawful-why should we be [ pick.dI up a o.." r,..
condemned for advocating and boldly Which I thro:t w.. ,L ,r ,
demanding that the rights guarantee I kit.
to us by the constitution o of our coun- I was ;. k -i -
try should be restored&? mannerewl
To break the fetters which thbke Anil g-nv" t.l 0. '-
money power has fastened iuponi tfe
people was one of the leading purpos- j -it No aI shudi: ...t ,. .:. *
es of Thomas Jefferson. ri )r Wa .1-:,I *
That he did break that power, in, For I real W\h- il m
his day, was onofte of the crowning gli)- I ( r... h.t A
rnial of Andrew Jackson. Na%'' i',I ,
It is an astounding evii.'ne rof the ---
success with which the banking clals v i ,, "''d .
has hypnotized the people. that weo-1_ Snmi t.r h ,
the disciples of Jackson and ..Jeffer-l saw !o'. "
son-should encounter a storm of per--
secultion. when we endeavor to
the people to a knowledge of th-ir t.-.
'in ill s, so ih a O F l* i v ., ..
nancial slavery. i
The happiest era in t,,he hi.;ir% ,l V" *
our republic was the decade ,which pi!"- f il 0' 'i' A l-

S .- ) "* '
cTlieal the civil war. The pincip '
of .Jacks;on andl Jefferson w,-re i- I I
preme. What w are trying ?o do is
to bring back the ascenfancvy of tlh.-. '
principles. so that our lpeopl 'inay
again he prosperous and free and liap- 'p 'I .. -
py. .
Taking aelvantag- of the civil %' N a
taking advanra.ze of the fie-y pais "." I
whih birnoil s lon, and a-ri d fi,- .: ""
taking advantage, of th, v ik'.n.- .-
and woe )f the recon.-rtiw io' n pIi 'i"1
theseo 'non-corli)a'tan* finatl itn!'.-' ;'" '
tiat e )l by ihzh vilo .- a:- t .-
which s ends tt'o shouil to ro i) t. *ii I
i!upon the batitl.H-fi'!d. coni\
'nnli!!Ing svsteui of fr.n.n', t e ,A 1.
5'ac.:lIes oi. r co)m!iieroP' :t!r i,"' ; -
our labor. .
Torn k, I y s..? l i.:' '. ;' ... : .
liti(;a l a aira tio n tl' ,' I ,,'o ;>I:' ,n 'i ; "
., ~ ~In .
'idt tnor. i andl .soui.h. v^ -. It **; -.,t, -
scions of thle vioii:s. van:i.i.i !;v -
"-, i' 11 . q "
v.hich wr o hoi'1. p)!,t .; .*.. .. ..
ute books. ":.1 '
Shall se'-ion p)r j'.,!i'-e a!w; '. .,- ; ':
~ ~~~~' "T^ll I l '
us bl).nd ,) facts' Shal l( ,i ... i i ,
station always deafen tus to the v :ce T '
of truth? T ,,'t .
Thee money power, which Jeff-rson ,
fought and defeated: the financial.
system which Jackson attackedl and: Ipi tkel p" *1 ', *,*, ,I.
overthrew, has come back. as Tho. "Ani """-l '
H. Benton said it would, hungrier, and But a- "I i i" r '
more powerful than ever. If th* I M' h-art w .tvl'i n a -
American people are not willing toT
see their republic glide into the hand. The man An th. ': *.. ..
of a monied aristocracy, they must j ing.-
arouse themselves to a determined ef-i The result I .i .1 .r
fort to regain their industrial inel- The man waB wrbthin a ,t.i
pendence. Blinded tby tbe ?la~h if h.'r .'v-

sick. No matter how old or how great[
a man may be he wants his mother (Writtn fr the alA Ftorn.--
when he is sick. No one else knows Hast thou nark-.t '* ..N,av'.' .,f
us as well. and no one else can over- God "
look our faults, weaknesses and petu- Didst thou trcamll at hi- rest
lance as mother does. Then no one when thou lat.ely aw h-rn rurnf
else can ever learn to cook like moth-1 At the por'al4 of ,*.r lint
er. God bless our mothers. What,. when h- look ,.l . .
a pity that more of our boys don't j Haste to) ,1rv rh. wi~t.. ,.--
learn to appreciate their mothers tin-i

til after they leave the old home. tMotY. r 1,i.1, rhoij i, t, ht h
Well, let us make one last long and (;i .,- h --. tr.. 1 *
strong pull to elect Bryan. He will 'Twas in awguivh H.- i.i ic. -n
turn the rascals out. and we will be [For thy bruit.a the h.,lm i.. t' io
prosperous and happy ever after. Thou art c,nifor..l r.,
BARCUS. In iL. woes, th.. ,nith.'-.

USED TRUNK FOR A BANK I Did the angl hluhi hi- ira''i
-- As h. c-).., thb honii.h; I ih
Jehu Chesser of LaCrosse was thel And wh.n thue-ani^ r.--*." '-. I
victim last week of thieves, they hay- Bitter tears upon th.-ir *A..I
ing entered his residence and taken While withoun't 5i.s. h! 'h.'
some $300 which he thought was s+- None within w--. ,ili.
curely placed away in a trunk at his
tbome. Hast thy lip to.i. -P,.r.- I ...,
Mr. Chesser lives about one and a Thes' have, drank th,. ,iix '.,,
l 1l? _!1- _--. - _-+

I br(."ni.
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B,,i,iI.A --- Q'i.i'*, a number attended the ca:l
I Thre was rather a peculiar case Ifor a meeting of those interested in
I' J H i."gP of tit.)nn. uat a b-;ore Juige Williaris. United Stat-s holding a county fair the coming wir.-
tireit T"-la ('on.n!-iisCiher. from Ii.verness Tues-. ter.
-is? The meeting was held in the "vett-
tMr Hit< Wh.ton- It, htack Iron, It s.uis that Link Williams and i.rinary hospital" of Dr. E. P. Guer-
i h Alatlana 'ri, Iae Whit.. Two negroes, had been rant, and the meeting place was found
ali.,ointe"d ,hl-juty sheriffs, and their! to be a delightfully cool -)me, and ail
4 <, j.-ru',it d.1t littl,- tit halointrie-wnts had created a good deal iho-. present comnlimented the, vounL-


Ocala Banner.. .. .. ........
E. P. Thagard........ ......$
L. P. Miller... ............
J. P. Phillips..............
Free Trader......... ......
J. C. Boozer...............
J. M. Tison...............
HeTnrv ordonr-t

._-"- .- -.1 - 1 -L -, w %A6 L VL Vj U 4... ..,. ... ... .. I kk
aft lidwtik frotu) Pa161,1 f friction ant bard feeling among the and progressive veterinarian for his L. N. Green......... ....... 1.00
whites and also amniong the negroies push ari enterprise in erecting so ex- C. L. Bittinger............ 1.00
Maral ull i. til cnini for whom the are charged wi extorting ceilent a building. It supplies a want, Dr. Dan Morgan Smith. .... 1.00
Magia Hll ,~l ~tnnn fri whom. they. are charged with extorting C ... .00

_I.71_ 10imone, y from. and fleecing on many and ought to add to the city's repu- Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith.. .. 1.00
lr <'rl. M -.n it, looked lor frivolous pretexts. station. L. F. Ballard..... ......... 1.00
M4itit ar r The defendants in the case are Mr. Baxter Cam was made chair- W. D. Carnm... ......... 1.00
<(;orge J. Boswell. M. D. Bell. C. S. man of the meeting and Mr. W. P. E. S. Grace, Citronelle........ 1.00
R.' W H luig#, will viit hi, old lBohannon and W. C Brogdon. Edwards secretary. S. H. Blitch........ ...... 1.00
,-rid&I at Hanttbridge (;a tb wek I The' witnesses are Judge J. M. The objects were briefly itatud and J. P. Galloway............ 1.00
S'Young. ('olonel T. P. Lloy,. Judge G. tiforn:al talks followed. The spirit M. Atkinson.......... ...... 1.00
('ap t 1. Itto is back from a W. Ir. Muro. (; \W. Schofield and John manifested is for the holding of a
'*t, tIo tt-rpt0.. Spivey fair. It vwas suggested that if held A CONTRIBUTION FROM CITRUS
-- Mr 3. M. ('heney, lUnited States dis- at all it be held for three days, be
Mr and Mr* IDCa'mp ar t hack trict attorney of Orlando. is in attend- thoroughly advertised, excursion' Citronelle, Fla., Sept. 1, 1908.
?To a trip to Cfsocti"c ul aic. seeing that the rights and dig- trains be run and everybody put them- To the Editor Ocala Banner:

SEAe M~ller ack from nity of the United States is properly selves together and pull to make it a Enclosed I hand you a check for
r ,,Mtlristm-k from aWal upheld, and Mr. R. A. Burford and success, and have it become a perma- two dollars, one dollar of which is to
bt, ST W&141Mr Edwin W Davis are representing nent feature of our county. extend my subscription to the Week-
( a-,9 of Florida. tI re-ittero-d at Th. '-negro deputies held that they court house at 7:30 o'clock on the my contribution to the national cam.
U Or" o are denied the rights and privileges night of October 6. At that time the paign fund.
iar:r:nte-. to( thOrn under The co'-. plan and scope of the fair will be out- Yours respectfully.
Mayor Nash eiti-tnpiate, ailing Ititu'tion of the United States. lined, and definite conclusions will be E. S. GRACE.
*'i, %, y ork frenn Ja kI illSe- Se- Th,- witnesses testified that the reached whether it shall be attempted
'-tw-9 14 sheriff promised in the primary that 6r abandoned. I Mr. P. T. Randall of Connor was in
if he was nominated that he would Those who attended are enthusias-1 town Wednesday. He says that the
M Rd Hai#-% and Mru Edward Me Ntither withdraw the appointment of tic for holding the same. Let all who I Oklawaha is rising, which makes
)t'eb riturInd TroM (-'leaTmater Wed- these negroes as deputies or that he are interested in the enterprise at- steamboating on the river more pleas-
s.*-a would not reappoint them. hut that. tend the meeting at the time and ant. Mr. Randall owns the Wenona,
contrary to his pledge, they were re- place named. I, and says that any time an Ocala par-
Mrs rad4ftrd W-tt, of Ktddtick i.- gained in office. ty would like to take an excursion
'|1ttst -ala and a1. a guet* of Mr- The negro part of the population of TO HONOR MISS BURFORD down the river as far as Palatka, Jack-
At Inverness were particularly restive. -sonville, or even as far as Mayport,
tor these negro deputies, as before- Miss Mary Burfod of Ocala, who island will phone him the Wenona will
Mv I. ktght ri d children are itat,-d. nmad it a busin, ss to extort the attractive visitor of Miss Ruthl be placed at their disposal. A trip to
*. |in'ta H-t, l t. *.-n).Din: the .1. Money from them on all sorts of' Trice, had another party added to the Mayport could be made very pleasant,
rt4 t ,bat fa.,,.- r frivolous pretexts, so it is claimed, list of those already given her when stopping at Palatka and Jacksonville
ar..! fe-. c.! trem in namr.y way.? and Miss Hester Towne entertained for en route
H.-r, 4 11 ir,,n formr!.y (if thi: the-. .-,-,1 their removal as a matter her yesterday evening. A game of
, ,, ,0, a 'i ,h furiturw m, rchantt of of ,rtccTion to themselv.-. h.-arts was played, and beside the x,., av R,. nr,;.. ..... ,.....-


1 i.f-

Olson I% let, plull4'toNew York ('it'

lb. 'i4.urjjs a' i, 14I Iloand are 4de-
qwb'eoiI Sift '.to place The. boating.

'9apo. 58 e lf 'te tt~l fe.i e-r and Is
v %*-TV il

A publicity meeting was held and their
rnv(,ial from office was lpublicly de-
niNnde.l. and if their al'p,-il was not
h'-led har,.-N-r reans ngl-tt be adopt-
V, n;ri (,clo(-k last night the dE-
ft eii ,:t,- w,'- freed Ity ommissioner
\Will ams


i s' tA L :" t',1 EM'tlE .
P < oft A A I _:' 444,11N t 1
AIpp' '. I !o r Vl. r b'i P r I .lh p (;allowiv :*ceived a
SVa W2 w*ire- tlriti: (;oern(enr Broward Tues-
S*.'1, -,"finr him tsat ho had been
Wl j h ,'1 |,* t hi iiM n ll gn Jin *li , ._ _
U .1; " t' 'h. ro .l'ss 9.t* of W r T u'h:.;l i ,
IL.. .,'hrMG * 'ordon. resign.-d.
Ch i t-,nn.,s o f Mr. <;alloway have

M' ,.* Cartncha.l no ..n. r. ,, ,-1.iii I the iletid ot Marion county
i k# Its Ei.tI hj* r. trini..l f,. on 'ht Y. %,illI make them an excellent
, '4..4,Ia -t -,iff .iild we do not believ- that

pretty prizes given the winners, a
lovely souvenir was given the guest
of honor. After the game the young
people left the parlor and library for
the veranda, which had been made
bright and comfortable with Japan-
ese lantetrns, easy chairs and rugs.
Here a conversation game was play-
ed and delicious refreshments were
served. Miss Towne's guests were
chiefly confined to the guests Miss
Burford has made, and were Misses
Helen Gunn, Ruth Trice, Marguerite
Leonardi. Corinne Lawrence, Cora
Ordway, Bess Buchanan, Lutie Mote
Harsbrough. Alice Efland, Mary Cot-
ter Lucas. Messrs. Ormond Sexton.
Harold and Edgar Ctruss, David La-
ney. H. L. Elliot, A. G. Turner, Muray
Houlihan. Holmes Kirkland, Arthur

1vx o. AtU. a JU. 3 A6*f, wn I oL r 11 so1 i eU .
weeks past has been at Arcadia, will
return to Ocala Saturday and will re-
open her office in room 7, Merchants'
block, on Monday, September 7. Mrs.
Bogie is stenographer, typewriter and
notary public, and her work. both as
typewriter and stenographer has been
pronounced by those competent to
pass judgment as being excellent.

Mr. J. S. Leach, who is building a
ten-room house for Mr. George Stew-
art of Anthony, has the same nearly
completed. He says that it will be
ready for occupancy by the 15th of
September. It is located in the first
ward, near the residence of Hon. John
L. Edwards. Mr. Leach, is a lightning

Sh.' iI- ,h,' n.sappointed. Webb, Henderson Warren, Otto Lee Mr. E. C. McLeod has sold his fine
%e-r,. h J tmn,,n- ,,t < ',. VWh,-n a n:tch %oiounger niman than he Henderson. Harry Gallagher, John stock of Jersey cattle to Mr. G. D.
*s& 1 ,. b <,.,. at.: 'ha' nut&A, d i,, with I'- ,'Xl, rien"e and less Long. Barton Smith, Steve Drawdy, Hogan. There are, of course, more
,dos- lo# .,, I I 61Uknoml,.dge of the world. he was sher. -Henry Blount, Gillie Trezevant and than Mr. Hogan will need for hAs own
if ,w SimirT r and afterwards sheriff Walte-r Lucas.-Tampa Tribune, use as he does not expect to run a
l. L.,. "i.-t ,(o ,ak,. county, and the iccords he dairy, so anyone in need of a Jersey
* ,, 1.,,,.,.. .,,,i'i Tt,.,. -. 'IT in Th,.(- counties are all to his Ocala certainly has a friend and ad- thoroughbred may secure a bargain
t. *, *- ,,*.i .. ,,r .\,a a;'a.1r.'a:. It is .;aid thai he made mirer in Mr. J. A. Bell of Birmingham, if he will apply in time. He purchas-
111 h a rt.'r V. I R I I' I.(. |,-'l m 1n u- c e-i1lenc.- that the people never tire of as a picture and the citizens of the,
.,.., 10 t ,-, ,'rKna 1 glad t' ,lTling .tlout It. place do not realize what a pretty Mr. R. T. Adams has gone to Des
*,,., ,B *%. iII titl'' r..i.d, Ih u1 i Mr n- i.nti it, more mature. ho is less im- him that they would never tire of ad- a couple of weeks' visit to her rel-
t. aI,, Mro i., Th.ta ot th, ,U, and we f el that his constant vertising it so that its attractions atives. Mrs. Adams will accompany
,.. ,,, ,1.. .<. *. (,,a h<,I ain will bt to make a vigilant, dis- would become known to th.? world at Mr. Adams when he returns to Ocala
*&. "T,.,4a, creT...-ate and exemplary officer, large. He says that after seeing the and they will at once begin house-
-We tend congratulations to him very attractive public square, the like keeping in their attractive cottage
K 'ar . an1 .. re.T .* ala t.ttor i Tuela alng th lne. andti will leave no prom- the south, he visited the residential Mr. Willlamson.
^. ,. r,,.,'.-T.i a' ih. Mqne.iu %, unfulfilled. section, and found the homes prettier
we H,- than he had any right to expect, and! Prof. J. H. Brinson. the popular
CI,.rk Y J HauptIs preparing for sat right down and wrote to hbis wife; head of the business department of
u. i p *..ath. 'he t.fno-, rand th. nie..*ing of t'he county commission- that he had found a town as pretty as Rollins College, and who has been
. r..,,' tru.,, Tb.- ., -ro, .. r. tomorrow The finance commit- a bandbox, plus the trimmings and, spending the past week in Tampa in
t114 a&. S4,, M wala ( t,,,0,r, t of the t ord is also in session to- all the other etceteras. We agree to!the interest of that institution, left

Child Perfectly White in Color is Mis- -
Staken for White Child In the big July limerick etmtet.
Conductor B. W. LaFile of 1904 Pine! conducted by the American Tbarcee
street, operating a Seventh avenue Company, to advertise "Old nclgdl
car for the Tampa Electric Company. Curve Cut" tobacco. Mrs Clifford Aw
had a shock today. person of Holder was one of the pris
He was ringing up fares in the col-' winners for composing one of t h best
ored section of his car when a little limericks. Several other Florida peo-
four-year-old chap, blue eyed and fair pie won various prizes. Tbh frst
haired, fat and healthy looking, dress- prize of $200 was won by J M ('ok
Sed in a perfect fittin linen sailor suit, of Greenwich. Conn.
and wearing a nattf sailor cap, look-
ed up at a motherly looking woman REPRESENTATIVE WANTED-
and addressed her as "mamma" We want a representative to handle
The conductor asked a question or Ford Automobiles in Ocala aad vl-
so, and the answers which the colored cinity. Live hustler, with or withomt
woman gave him being rather mislead- previous experience, can ally eler
!ing, he promptly notified Captain $2000 in season. Write with refe.
I Burke, who investigated the matter, ences at once. Ford Motor Company.
and as a result ordered the woman Dept. H., Detroit, Mich. 1-1.

and child to appear

Woodward for further questioning.
The woman gave her name as Mary
Sanders of 607 Tyler street, and de-
clared that the child had been given
to her when a month old by his moth-
er, Lilla Ines, an octoroon, who was
almost white-and readily passed for
a white woman, and was now living
at Reddick, Fla.
Chief Woodward turned the matter
over to Judge Robles, and the latter,
after due investigation found out that
the colored woman's story was cor-
rect. The white lad had the strain
of African in him.-Tampa Times.


Miss Ada Bennett of Crystal River
and Mr. P. E. Montanus of Spring-
field, Ohio, were married at the res-
idence of the bride's brother-in-law,
Mr. R. J. Knight, Wednesday morn-
Mrs. Montanus is a most charming
woman, and as Miss Bennett was one
of the most popular young ladies in
this section of Florida, and was well
known'and a popular favorite in
Mr. Montanus is a prominent and
sterling citizen of Springfield and is
president of the Springfield Machine
and Tool Company, a very wealthy

Mr. Horace Whetstone, who is back
from Alabama, says that Ocala is not
suffering from the effects of the bad
times at all compared to places he
has visited in Alabama, including Bir-
mingham. People in Florida, he says,
are having a picnic.

Mr. W. H. Clark, Jr., Mr. R. R. Car-
roll, editor of the Evening Star, and
Mr. Frank Harris, Jr., returned from
a few weeks' outing yesterday, which
was spent at Saluda, Asheville, Try-
on, Hendersonville and other moun-
tain resorts of the "Old North State."

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Robertson
and little son, Jack, have returned
from a month's trip to Balsaam, N.
C. Mr. Robertson says that typhoid
fever is somewhat prevalent, other-
wise he might have prolonged his

Mr. H. C. Morrison of Lake Weir
and Mr. G. D. Womble of Emeralda
were in Ocala Wednesday and report
things in their respective sections im-
proving and the hopes of the people
growing more buoyant.

Capt. F. H. Lytle, head of the pop-
ulist party of Florida, was a visitor
Wednesday. The captain is still


and belongs to the

hen's" brood
say die.


of chickens that never


Monday, September 7th. will b,. La-
bor Day, and therefore a leal hob-
days. On this account the baks of
the city will be closed for that day.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McUub have pte
chased the residence oa Third street
belonging to Mr. C. T. Doty. and rw-
cently occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Lo
ren Green. They will shortly move

Miss lola LJddon of Wauebula Is
visiting her parents In Ocala. 8he is
conducting a most succesful mme
school at Wauchula and looks as If
she has enjoyed the south Florida

We hope all patriotic democrats will
forward their little contribuUoas m
that an active, vigorous, sharp. doe.
ive campaign will be entered upi.
We want to hit the enemy hip d
thigh while we have got them go .

Mr. S. T. Sistrunk weat to his ftam
Monday to take a peep at ibs fte
stock. He has some fine colts and Is
paying special attention to cows ai
sheep. He is well pleased with the
progress his farm Is making.

There was a decided change Is the
temperature Friday, and a ea---
was actually seen wearing an eveT
coat. Wearing an overcoat la Psr-
ida in August is really somethIn
"new under the sun."

Mr. and Mrs.
were visiting
Their children

Joe Mickle of JuUltte
us again Thurdlay.
will attend the Oeafe

High School the next term, and tbey
are here making arrangements looking
to that end.

Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith is the fIrt
lady contributor to the Brysa na
Kern campaign fund. She is am nw
thusiast and wants to se the deoan
cratic ticket go in by a landslide.

Mr. Hat Barnett and Mr Hosrp
Clark were in Ocala Monday wthf
Master Henry ('lark. Mr. Clarte
bright little so)n. aml Mr. Bart's

Mrs. MI. E. Moore Ins visiting Oeah
and is stopping at the Carltom Homm.
As Mrs. Raysor she formerly lived In
Ocala and is well known to our older

Willie Riley, who has been driving
the oil wagon for .1 W Northrup's
livery businem. left the past week fmo
Ocala, to accept a position there In a
livery stable.-LIeaburg ComameretaL






before Chief



at t he i mght
h-fMwd sad a lnd-t-.aiw4. the rel
a" blue and whit-.
WU ofe flag. th# gv at flag. the flag f -r
Ma mad ypu.
0Mfrod all el beside.. the r.-d anJ
white and blue

FRt AY. EPTiEUIER 4. 106

T7 rmublmcaa of North Carolina
hve omiaato*4 a full state ticket

Jf VItUW i o gtlag more of the
NIt( I C hm diUll'tls

A OCki trap steamabhip has run
agwomj war Miaml

ThUi Timb- I am my. that Mr Bry'
mo gMvmests o the banks guarain-
*14a deuIgts arp umanswerable.

Awgfa. wrv*eke4 and ruined by

population, we knew very little of the
"...Stre-nuous life." As a whole the peo-
plt- wor- content.-d and tranquil.
Sutidenly. like a blazing meteor, the
quiet south became a military en-
campment '
There was the tread of armed bat-
talions, the flash of saber, the rattle of
mniuketry. the roar of heavy guns. the
wailing and weeping of the women
for those slain in battle.
War. with its excitement and its
horrors, was actually upon us.
And what a war it was!
For more than four years, ten
states, sparsely populated and totally
unprepari for so tremendous a con-
flict, held at bay all the balance of the
Union. whose ranks were constantly
r*-cruited from the outside world.
From start to finish it was a fierce.
but an unequal, contest.
Those ten sparsely populated states.

The squirrel leaps from bough to
bough and the birds carrol their sweet
songs the seventh the same as the
first day of the week. So Mr. Drum-
mond in employing the words. "The
design of nature." was no doubt avoaidl-
ing controversy. All through the ages
nature must move on in her restless
course. Were she to rest for a d(lay or
for an hour wreck and ruin would


A few miles south of Cocoanut
Grove, at Kendall. Henry M. Flagler
has a large orange andi grapefruit
grove which is worth going miles to
see. and all who have visited it say
that it is one of the best in the coun-
try. considering the time it has been
set out. A few days ago a force of
twenty men was sent down by Dr.

succeedeol little andl thought less, but
who nevt-ertheless essay leadership) in
)publ)lic matters that call for the pro-
foundest consideration of men who
think and act and accomplish. So
far as the Telegraph is concerned we
prefer to follow the teachings and ex-
ample of the Chamblisses of Florida.
He belongs to the type of citizens
who are making for the development
of our resources and the permanent
betterment and elevation of our citi-
zenship. He is a large tax payer and
therefore a large contributor to th,?
state's institutions that are maintain-
ed by taxation, but instead of espous-
ing the selfish and parsimonious view
of the croaker, he sees the improve-
ment that money judiciously spent on
such institutions will bring to the
state, and not only pays his quota of
taxes ungrudgingly, but throws in a
word of approval and encouragement.

I () li f t-, 111M VV.O.N la iqr qI ot l L .7 as ....,
whero the dairymaid hast,-ning hies.
her ruddy and gold-red buittor to
churn from the milk of butterflies:
and I'll rise at morn with the earliest
bird. to the fragrant farm-yari pas-.
and watch while the farmer ttrn.
herd of grasshoppers out to grass."

Last Thursday the work was start-
ed on county road from West Palm
Beach to Jupiter, which is the first
part of the much talked of Homesteadl
to Stuart road. The work is to be
carried on as ral)idly as possible, and
as there is but little grading or filling
to be done the main part or the road
between West Palm Beach and, Jupi-
ter will be completed in a few months.
Needless to say all the citizens of the
north end of the county are rejoicing
over the commencement of the work
and they feel sure that the new road

b NUPW tP ,oo -is making kein u their own armies a itiKe d 10 WOtK on gre grum uh men are safe leaders. No town will be a great help to that section of
M p aid i aid i or any u pe and it is expected that a great many or county or state was ever uplifted the county. Later on a road building
'1 without ai, or any ble of aid from more trees will be set out this fall. or developed by croakers, and no vital gang will he put to work it Stuart to

A ral cpaa. B organize any ohpdutsi-i, ,s source. strange. to say. While the grove is not intended to en. public interest was ever promoted by start operations on that nd of the
I Klmime for the manufacture ofhlV tere ter into competition with the rest of the class of men in public life who long highway Rock is being sent out
ftb grae cflar as mlarg nacue- i n: k the groves of the county. Mr. Flagler see no further ahead than the end of very rapidly, and there will be no ,e-
--- All Tn. whii. confroringe and beat- is said to be anxious to develop it in their nosts.-Starke Telegraph. lay in keeping a supply of material
TA .rueris *too(P of th. fine n n the best possible manner just to show o i "m es-
00Ob t S will In tI m Thunla). OctorAhjctin four million of i s slavesat count. Naturally the success of this Banner for intimating that the apple- a has been declared on the co-
15,h 1"4" MasoKi auspie" wrih a o t ievl.g o ,rove will prove a benefit to the rest fed dumplings of North Carolina get mon house fly by tht statr bar! of
________._-iN tiinav or reva south became the lt, of the county. and will be the means their complexions at the drug stores! health of Massachusetts. and sn a.
T% R amnksl... Argu wants an ,. ,Naturally th sanuth became the of proving to the home-seekers who Can it be that the Nestor has found at work in all cities and towns of tL-
ira k'm a. it uitan, It hat It o struggle are exl)ected to arrive here in th. near his second eye-sight, that he can thus state, and also in the country ,i-
trl mmn .tt wat itIm, ItandI ,,,, h four yt-ars" snook of bat- ftr h xeln potnte o
t. Heaito t1 .) t fir rizti fa ec that it should fed future the excellent opportunities for penetrate th., mystery ot woman's tricts. using the latest methods to rid
Rogow) I tto!t t lr i~i, I I a, lce, l' tsol o~ fruit culture at a profit in Dade coun- "
Stle ar is of both sides, and in the I culureat a r n Dade coun-charms? As for us. we take all things' Massachusetts of flies. With the cr-
"~- ,'.n. i!: all ,a.- sacrifice to fee-i tht" tY-Miami News-Record. of and appertaining to women with sale against rats going mnrrily on in
A tlan ta P, "w vlit M on days" will ,. ,,nt ,"-;I"I-
AI) t Vl aTom Watson ma- have his iiocin- ,
T" l,,,,. "hw' w.-r. sot e ds;royed iT aon may l hth cod- w e ute pretty. eachy cheeks we know universal disposition to exte:Ilinite
tfta aalt. Atlai' a tamia': -< olnnr I craci-s along mai, lines. but accord--4o
_ ,t. ,,~--',, ~.i-lt-d- tity- laa were mour y ,. r that ter colon is h handiworkmosquitoes, the times seem to bc rap-
bte& LBqumrr Sun ,mae ing to our understanding his id.-as of
f___ ae*Le( tand its bonds we t i of nature-the glow of health, the! illv getting dubious for vermir. anal
."t" o' r ..ift.:l. n.if anrt ik a ,)n.l wll. money an(d its function does not ap- mingling of wonderful atmospheric insects-American Press.
T astr N-* r. at. a.. tat wr, n. l par to be one of them. Some people pigments withozonicserts n-
A~rtai ~a .t.,l ai ".- M. Ra'. >tr.'uc iomn. with it.- greedi. fol- pea t thin, as hesy, tha moeypigents with ozonic secrets. cnn- a There were efforts mnade a1lonfg rh'-se
Ainrw'n vand.-l- Il, aNI-n M Ms' ,e seem to think, as lie says. that money ningly compouned hv nature's al
*\\,..,' igl .oi uie au e al- ijnes in Ocala hut it all s -: rs to) Pxi\, .
r tt V'ok of IBi^tn ,'n.. of ti. rt cobaes to us ready-made. That na- ng c by n al- lines in Ocala hut it al s to h t
e r.;*at. his lan. to be ,to chelmy, for masculine undoing: When ended in a flutter.
I* in '*r,'lature provides it. It is true that na- h bat
, [al%,fIntl,4 Ore #.r' :-rw,r.i into a pruning hook un-ture provides it. It is true that na- we see two or three shades of hair ____
.... .= -- "ture provides the raw material, but on..onehead,.wekno t
Vto o .mtm aao, ,n pon pr,. sl t *h,. t h-n cherles. conditions, was the creation of money is, or should e hea low this to b but hite cont rk ha wI
t rtl rip'' k of those mn- w are now be the function of government n outcrol)pings of that "infinite va- )robabiy the most unique nwspaer
Iwo ,.,.- ,rftc.. ril* ,.d -fhro be, tww he function of government. And riety which age cannot wither norulised in Arkansas, or in moT any
W. *pot% oillt 140t w" II" for an. raljidlly ia.-sing away. whenever it is created of any mater- mtt f
sw r The, hirth an-i splendor of the new tal that has a large intrinsic value in custom stale." When we see this oter state, for that matter its of
Ss itself it invess the ownero 0he raw l, '
AN the Irer union of B. r ) material and corrugations, we awedly exclaim about twelve miles from Searcy. and
e .- rli r Hoically the eyes of those men material with privilege that puts "How wonderful are thy works. 0, its editor and publisher is a farmr
ft in- l a class by themselves a Nature!" for we know that hair grew There is no town of any sor. not even
* ftf 4.I 4ime ntvel and werettirnedtowards the rising, not oes something o outside the vileges that way. Our faith in womanhood is a postoffice. at the place where this
__ l*t th. dead bury their dead." was to none." For instance, under our blind, unreasoning and unquestioning paper is published. The publication |
T p o from Florida the motto they early adopted. The n f i -and we're going to hold on to it as is entered in the mail at Bald Knot.
t otbr rTat- mm .imover that war andl its memories were folded system of the free coinage of gold. if long as we live.-Lakeland News. which is about ten miles from th of-
S. w a ,l t m it were possible for an individual to
fwia 4t," h hawv a monopoly on into a scroll. Immigration was invit- discover a mountain of gold he could fice of publication.
all thr timasterbt- ed Thle right hand of fellowship was control the financial policy of the Mr Yancey Carter. the nominee of
I .f h.lextentI,. to those recently in arms. whole world. t is not likely that anv the independence party for governor One of the most valuable cargoes of
If rt T hat nr iaTi i( capital was sateguarded. They asked individual will be so fortunate or un- of Georgia, seems to be a weak disci- naval stores to go out from a gulf
s frl ,*-bck-' he h. r ho% tO Ifor a r,-:toration and reconciliation of fortunate to do this as the cae may ple. In his appeal to the dear people port in many months was that which
r.ttur. h,.,, a,41, ,1 I II.t lit- th.,i w "i, They asked l or a parti- e. But under this system the pr iin- of Georgia he says that n of the was carried o of Pensacola Tusia.
NewL, ". a; atio in 0th*rg';=ors' lnl s t1. "A place cil)le is here just the same. If mn most deplorable things with which we n th, Belgian steamshi ('l.-,i.
;t wh'' t ~ | I 'l 1 )i!" fatlther. hoins,, "" is tho way!ha e t co en in o rp l ial if s
linHI hee wasay were coined or manufactured from have to contend in our political life is leparte, for Antwer,. Her ( arg,) cf-
T H' o ,,s'",, i Th;re was a a material that in itself has no intrin- a li'po.ition on the Part 01 1h" r-' sist o 5r,2 barrels of rosin, val;e.!
Th H., |l o t I..av \ E- at, ll i- daviiit: of a ntw ,lay. C41i.-s sprang sic value it would not invest the in- pie to nwisapl)r'hen- I the sitjiaTion.'" $2.;,,w and 14.IO,' casks of 'vrj.,.u-
.. . v*,, ', iT ".*"""sic value it would not invest the in- II o"*r"""'t """ ,$." n "o.csso rr,.,
t' ,w '. ~ I \,l""i |mit,i ': Iliii \,-',..;..,, an,t tHe snmbt ia now . It is the el,! e-ase of Hie eleven'l obst-ii
a4 f1 l I i th od cs t h liIividual with this extraordinary priv- ine. valued at c$1so'i.,. making a ti
bit v t. tso I .'i I w .d l.far ln he-r way ta)xyard- extraordiuiaru or M C rt' l1;-roilT-
,,, ,, .. ., .I,, ,' '." -,c h'e- wy, n r elege ov-r his less fortunate fellows. a juro 's. Mr. arter goes oi to tal valuation of $224..">" The ,111)-
S ll,.. . l,- '0 I ,loI t *' ",I*','r that silhl- l tair to 1e- The stani) of the gol'ernnmet gives say- The Peol)lo absoltely refuse mnt was made by the Amerian Na-
.,. ,,. t',. (, sto, T in thae o the axi to see things as th ye" Ta" at i val Srtoes Company.-Pens:,cia .,.':r.-
", :,,- an, 5( the s'orv g,,v, value to money, and the tax I)aying -
SO ** t ;ti- .11l .ni o the Slorv grws. 'w r nin makes *~. ~nct(^ vh r Y n t' a -
l- . a .o tile i.rt:- Ta l. nao eo ewho, o eS uch power of the government makes ithy canno se h an r nal.
!r\ ol mn ho re such o h g ter should not be elected governorr of

^^ *e- --- -!- __ The following is going the rounds
dispatchesmmond saespethatitheudeeignit:
PUAMK M ARRIL. i The press dispatches tell us that Drummond says that the design of he flwi o t rud
em v~. .wagi m Man^ "the last. but one, of the remaining nature seems to be to make mothers.i We reproduce elsewhere an accounted c
Mr.lieutenant generals of the late Con- I wish he had been accurate and said of a visit made by Mr. Z. C. Chambliss "I would flee from the citys rule
-- -- --federate States army has passed over Goal instead of nature. Nature is sim-! to the experiment station, which is a and law-from ts fashions and forms
^ '~1fdrthe mysterious river, leaving General P G a doing thin It part of the University of Florida. Mr. cut loose-and grow where the straw-
iI Simon Boliver Buckner of Kentucky i a rule of conduct anti not a crea-:Chambliss is an intelligent, practical be rry grows on its straw, and the
i n t i kof or.-Florida Christian Advocate, business man. When the writer first gooseberry grows on its goose whr
^^^^^^&^^ ~~as the sole survivor of his rank of ;- h anpte scibdh h a
ah at .)e ,sui o hs mrank Perhaps if Mr. Drummond had been knew him he was a country merchant, the catnip tree is limbe by the cat
er.rha, rnr his statement there wouldiHe is now and has been for several as she clutches for her prey. the guiln-
SHow 1)ong. and yet how short it I have a war made on him for say-1 years, at the head of Ocakl's largest less and unsuspecting rat on therat-
snms.' ing that "God worked on the seventh banking institution. As a side line tan bush at play: I will watch at
Swa., all so sudden, so unexp,-ct- day" What the Advocate describes he is a farmer and a breeder of fine ease the saffron cow and the cowlt
med ,. so unreal, so like the phantasma- as "a rule of conduct" shows nature stock, but he is no les practical and in their glee. as they peal in joy from
goria of a dream. always in a state of activity. Nature intelligent in these lines than in oth- bough to bough on the top of a cow-
t d dmy flag. anti h.* It fli,. The country was so prosperous so never cases from her labors. There er business affairs, anti iA making tree an last while the )artig
m3hf aliarntlv happy!, is no rest in nature. Day in and d(lay mnioney out of his farming operations. rums his drum. and the woo-h:ck
10 V~ hwd and my land andl ha!f the apy
"r away. Up to that time tranlism. strikes, out the sun makes his circuit of the IAs an all-round business man who chucks his woo, and the dog levours
Sand b rd n itrr.e#.)r- l k's an- lb nnlswer tin- heavens. There is no d(lay of rest for has made a brilliant success of what- his dogwood plum in the primitive sol
m vr .m m. t tle lk-,ts and labor unions were un- a o inii
W whitr and siul whie the g.jknown the orb of day. The rivers run from ever he has undertaken hs opinion itude let me drink from the moss-
feta'i 'drinm. t Wa" -.,r the,- fear of ant, were the mountains to th,- sea. Seeds regaring the experiment nationon and rown pu tht was hewn from a
Sblue and true blue, with atars thatI germinate and the tiny tree and plant univer:-ity is worthy of attention, and umpkin tree eat mush an milk
m gtm & aright. no tl,,'n stalking over th,. land with
* ?krlct Irui4on, f the day. a shel- h.:., sk n fiers threaeigl unfold themselves into strength and it is not,-worthv that he thinks thes from a rural stunp. frm form an.I
ter through tht nht e..rn ket-on e sines e beauty. The ocean waves toss tm- Instimution well worth the money fashon 're new ganetrms
hov.aring oer ev%|Y business e:i- faon tre garhroo ineread mulh
Vow G and my flag. and h. hw lure,,. selves in restless fury and break up- that is 1)ing spent upon them-an fro the mushroom vine. an milk
w much It h' an Th, suth particularly wa a quiet, on the shore. The rains descend, the opinion diff-King very considerably fom the milkweel sweet-with ius-
Itso td4. ace.n-fuls curewtion. Having few .news- winds blow and the dew drop gives from th opinion of some of the (ious pineal)ples from the wine: such
IOl anv, hart ,at quitkr pars and few railroads and a rural its mria tints in the morning s,,n. fd state'se :.ods might eat \ni then
..M~, .-n,, h-.r b..t <,,.k~rnaoersand fw railroad nd a uraits myra tints in the morni*S sng state- en"*br-:o statsmen who have 1;.;: ",,*. -<.,

him to a dcarv-tira~r SlI '1 I
other tribmi rwa10a4, W. A, a ,a r.
result: i ai: np ajr-ovov s-ruie' A, a I -*
di~a-a'ae gradliativ -d .r.-.s4l i. r IFr
every part at tii.' t..'v %,%- *'---a*
W~e al ta-i t strap hcru C.'iaurl V'r,.-...I f
he u'-.91 to trear himie-It f -i
his slI-1p. 1h.- w t, o %,ho, a- .
is quit.r beVaialwi'' \.af
We WacuLel i r-4r tirnTi 1 -. r.tftao-Tifd
d'acte at. a v"-r%* eI,-r runav a-.' 'r'
t he ca.-#'- h at I%, 7ie.dho- &aw.I too
',iily h-aa*-ea 44 that thon'ui' t r
livedi1"1 )u i -~lauiih. aoitifraw it'a9,. 7ma
extent. 1%.h~at ih i f i n h'.iactPsIalo r
times anal h.--wa. Iarionflehinrwe" .too'a
the weal%'t a-' if nal't te w. .rst ..yva
admit tedi.Frasm .s-a. h he*5*wa
charg*41a&i in--ireal-.- I n f& teash
wrarse vnai.-r themoie't*..v*.tftw~tn4qt
At o~ne hosApital the-v inca-"alhim to
Plaster, ant titaiA.e.iT ita.,Sa&4OVW40
the arre. t.-r'-ra'.. .4Hon m isfe".me
badly that ntbitaone lt...t ga nar wi.m
anti hiA 4lit- .- Wa ataa hraen t.,a ir We
kept trying rewned'a'afte.r rpriw~t w *
we had it at airv A .t j1&%t ha 'ping f-w 0
CUrM, SIX Tn-f1?~h4 a4a WP w*poir~wum
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them. Th.- r w&zl'iblv mw-v.4am
andi r't,1av 'ho i., ;arfe'i tlv arrolha. eum
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q n ^ _THE PROGRESS 01
'a 'M-XM O '11q10 the astmbling
i l, I t mwli v aroliaua ('itlattutlonal
,min M 1. T 1agh. then a. The Brilliant Editor of the Louisville Courier Jc
oiasep" of a rk wille C Dow a citi- -
Sstsof Oati ptnaSte tb. following ar-
, W ur ta. i Barleston Ne antd I be conclusive, decided me; first, that
I* ,o.,ri amr th- l mot of LiP tUt jg- s The Nw York Times. which set out an overwhelming majority of the dem-
IU moo ar still appro
0 in the campaign but just begun to ocrats of the south and west were for
@I blacklist the democrats, has been Mr. Bryan. in spite of the argument
h. Klit,, %<.I &dE Eulrr idrtven into something like lairer play I had made against his availability as
.e ,ulal S tAt.vr i~sue of by the wider and wiser policy of its a candidate; and, second, that the be-
ski *O!N f l bKal I v -r o nI t b s. % U blll c t o>f A l c.a l n owe c o p e i t r s
,, rait , tb. ub-r ol local n,.wspaper competitors, lated movement to defeat his nomi-
.,r, ,uhI'Iuar Jzr1-lK MK ;It thinks to recoup itself by a sys- nation appeared under equivocal pat-
...-' t, ,. th.. ir-,ri..ft of placing tern of half-truths, designed generally ronage and involved the use of mon-
--1., tai,Iull, a,. *,-I,'lall. th,. t o muddle the discussion: that is. to ey which emanated from doubtful
.,. .' i.-', t, ,,' ,llt. cti- nmsr-epresent Bryan and make for sources. The latter, boding party dis-
a. 14 6 .1a 1,,i ':i1 .1.. tlioiights, Taft. The. Sun does this in its own ruption,. impelled me actively tp take
< .o, Ih- Inl.. l |,, I h-,. for ,n. sardlonic way. it is amusing, but not a hand. urging a refusal to remain si-
,,, ...n, ,-. .,, i uitI niinm. iniprt.ssive. The Times affects the lent whilst a scheme, dangerous and
g.-. n.; "1 huaIhtl citj.iz.n:tono of the reformer, being nothing if Iunworthy in character, percolated be-
t- -... n. -" ,...,lv,. tht sprit r, not a nugwunp, and employs the lan- neath the surface. The result was a
r,' a ,.-...-. St. ,i. ti,, trqu.ntlylguag of comnplac.-ncy. The Sun is friendly conference with Mr. Bryan.
,' 'W- i ft ,, v *'-,s*,n ot Pr4)t,'ssionally sinister. The Times is Intelligent people will not ned to
, a', n, '.- '.,kluig i. la% %in rh-torically pomnl)ous and tricky. It be told that there is all the differ-
.6. h1 1- ; tn.t..ring:con(-.,l.. all that an intelligent patri- ence in the world between symp)ath-y
.,',* I.-sh,( ,..,,. ij,,n Irimiutals otisin ma% say against the republican and agreement-though ttntative-
It, M. im'an.. i, i^ ., I.. tar..1 party and all that an intelligent re- and opposition and antagonism, though
t, m,, ao. tn *, T.Ni. .'ttacting a pu; illicanisnm may say against Theo- resting upon questions only of expe-
I t,. .i1.'t,,. ,,, ,t Whi t> th,.y act dore Roosevelt, and, having establish. diency. There was. of course, a re-
*n, th, il>, -..* .' *ft..r f.! 'e .t,.*'e 1 e-, an unansweral)e case for the dem- verse side of the shield. Mr. Bryan
,' i,. glsa t% It, t i,', |!,.,i7l ('tnhlu-. "rats. Irwoceedis calmly to urge its had his story to tell. and this embrac-
n h*fr. fl.- at., '.ttl.,.i la- art-; t o vol. for Taft. ed a very strong case. What author-
., t.,r,.- fr 'h. plunithu,.n' of crini. The, pretext for an attitude so spe- ization had he to name a successor in
ranm nUt. l*- it. ju,*ifle4 There may c(ious and shallow, so inconsistent and case he stepped aside? What power
andt uh,1t-u, atr.. ,Ka'auiont, 'beh're illogical, i.- Bryan. The democratic hadl he, conceding the will. to transfer
hk. -ria. It ,,i b-inouu andi the ide-inominee arraigns the republicans up- his following to another? Not one, but
tail. of It o1 bormbie andi reolting I on their monstrous tariff. The Times half a dozen, aspirants would take the
that aummar. punishn.-nt hy the peo- limits the force of all he says. and field immediately on his withdrawal.
p,. tn tlitr hbat anit iniitgnation mayI adds: "It is too bad that the tariff is If a majority of the party was for
bt sealital-d anfi .*x'1 u,, but from a! not an issue in this campaign. If it him, what hadi made it so? Surely,
bcal ptai4plitN n-.n-r ju#,tifled The I were, an issue. Mr. Bryan's speech neither organization, nor money, nor
bwtitatia t4Bci-i of ev,-r, such oc.. i would have some effect. But Mr. Bry- other effort of his than the constant
curfew l to lower th.- standard of an himself is those issue, and with what- preaching of democratic gospels. If
t iulaatitsm andl to, trtn law and or- I ever eloquence he may denounce he agreed to step down and out, des-
a inato dsrepute I D)lngleyism and protection, the people ignating an heir apparent, would he
|.Cri tim.. a Inirhiung takes place i hav. their eyes on him and will not not become a dictator, an autocrat,
it so aPb,) < t ae.e*n to all the world tak, themni off" So with every other and what difference would there be in
that ur ,own iti-t l:et-rt( anti prop- arraignment of republican misrule his naming a successor, and attempt-
ri. -bee i-utor. than #-.-r ltefore nimade by Mr. Bryan. "It is useless." ing to foist upon him the party, and
I, a ittha 'hhe n*-.nior, o: all mn says the Times, with a lofty wave of Roosevelt's naming and forcing Taft
of wmavr, ae a h-n lunching wat. re- the hand. all unconscious of its ab- upon the republicans? He did not
,.,1i.-. ,, t.,, ,,:', in.- crime Inu it sur. it : for if Taft be not Roosevelt stand upon his rights at all, upon his
% *,, ..., na Tht ,.iri' fto lawlests- he i a trfrautid. but if h.. is Roosevelt claims, upon his wishes or ambitions.
ft.."- Ahi, 'he- taT ttha1t 1i1. mols gK th,- Tinie, is left to choose between He put the facts of the situation plain-
usipunii*ho.i ha%. a i tl <'rimne after bo-ing a bigot and a cheat, ly. impersonally, precisely as they
rmo t, t Jiui4- l .%nh*, ('aleindar. and Argumnent with a spirit so perverse were and are, and there was no rea-
-Tn,. ,. ri 1- n- no,' !ouni hil ju- is out of the question, and I take it sonable answer to be made by any
r'. t 't, Ii ..I; *-x'.in.l to tho- for a text only because, having the ac- reasonable man.
S*,', ,-,. an' m.-,.. tIh-It It tI: -sub- ciumulate, prejudices of twelve years Then and there I laid down my
,.-. 'i "'. tI. r.lI o. th,. rising to support its false assumptions, it is hand. As a good democrat, seeing
*. ,,. l,, ,t.. .' .1l .'i t;l ',, th,. ma well aimed, and timed to mislead the clearly, and .as the sequel has shown,
lta'. ;*.. a-,, r'.T-- of our unthinking and unususl)ecting. My sin- seeing truly, the drift of the winds, I
'.* i*>, ... .k. ". ,., m,,tM ra- ale purpose is some revision of the- accepterl the inevitable; but I did this
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Rablos and Hydmpho~wo
It 1 io~ d ka ll ed 'v .1 1 ta 'sr' 41 ,06 a "

Sit. 4I ,0' h otnI th.e .r f if t 1
now to divide us? Nothing upon the I abolitionist. h,.ut .n11- i Ntt-,11 0,..,; .
face of the contention except the per- The worst of it is that the rich are Iti;i >r.-.,: i,.,.:., t.. .. ., t,,t
sonality of Mr. Bryan. "Having been; over-ready to make common cause '"f It' *l -4-.1, .4. 1,. .: , ,
,e-".',! q;..rm .,i ?,.i I ,. w .,:I i
twice beaten, he can never be elect- with the predatory rich. They do not i' ,
ed." says Sir Aracle. "Having been discriminate. Mr. Roosevelt has gone'! t o z f.. "". ,* ,"
twice beaten he can never be elect- much farther in socialistic extremism i b,. ,,... .... ,, ,
ed," says Sir Oracle. "Having been than Mr. Bryan ever went. Yet those !.ir 'P t!'.r..**' .1 *. .
been twice beaten, he can never l)e who abuse the president-d-nouncing h.t,.r, 'l,,", "' '*. r t.
elected." echo unthinking democrats. Bryan as a socialist-do no? so char- t'%Nl *v-Ti*t ,.. -
B/ut" th. I(:, f l |is- to
Yet it is this twice beaten candidate acterize Roosevelt, and they will vote Pa.t.iur. !,, i:-T ,, *t,
whom the rank and file of democracy for Taft because they think that. Ted- i-.l th. Ai-. -.. *a .. v, o
cling to. and whom republican leaders dy Bear stowed safely away in the nit ,,flv 'tl'. .i ', .' Islip
and newspapers most savagely abuse, wilds of Africa, "Big Bill" andl "Sun- t.y tj., tttli ,e,. -1 .-*t in#t
h ,' |,oi i- r ,',0 I r sy',i ,tr o
W hiy? In my opinion it is because ny Jim." with Aldrich in th,. senate o I,,*.' h .,, !.1 :11,,?- a '-.I a
there is in the people a discerning in- and Cannon in the house, will soon'.-t,.e,,;. ...- i .*-
stinct and in Mr. Bryan a reflecting have the elephant where th*-y want % .-: :; ; ,1 ,*' ,, .. h
spirit which make tor mutual trust- him; the truth being that. for all theI ,xV,,,it, t:t-
I Symptoms ofRaiaDes of%
fulness, chatter about trustism and rebates, a Sympto, f R'.ue. ef 0..
Mh'. Bryan. upon acquaintance, l)prov- spectacular fine. which will never b ,, ,*.,., t.. d. A
ed different from my preconception of collected, remains the single trophy. ntir;.t!, ,. ..... .. ., !-
himn. I met not a visionary orator but Two or three years ago the country Witi ihi !.ti ,r;. h. it .lly
a man of sense, in deadlly ,earnest. di- stood aghast before the exposures pre-1 i *t *. t .' ''
still ,-0101,-4- hi- . ,' ...1) 1.4 ,h t14 7%
rect and candid. Coming to know him cipitat,+d by th.e insurance scandals .;k .t .,'. 1.1
better, seeing himn in nis home, I and all good men were vowing that i no, I r rt I.: int ,. '.'.. .fr t 1*
found a man able and sincere, devoted they would not stop until the Augean ,t' tihr.,. ,t,- . ',. i rtfl uP', 4
and devout, having a childlike faith stables should be cleaned. The trac- sw;'ll,,11z an! ,*.,6, -4ta,. ke -,.V
in the people, in Godl and truth. I tion scandals followed. Not a meth- fitt r H,.t h 11.- % in .r a t.*4i, ,w
ni ltin 'r tti"r h ,- h- .** r &, t'i.liv iq we
changed my opinion altogether. I felt od has been altered. Not a culprit is honi. antl tI --jt., ,,, t. h-zu,
that I had d(lone him injustice. I in jail. But the "business of the coun- a;nd -ohf, -tn. ,,f h.,% n' fUaa
would as soon trust him in the White try" requires that there shall be no Hit rtihting t. ,ju n that h
House as George Gray or Richard 01- further agitation, and in order to se- il not noihyt an o'll so th-r ldota a
npv. 0 .1 T hpli.c.v a thn wh i, ha crati niirn eitila-.. vi-.. _-". ^ 1 ~ ti K H < l ^ m

.t' I 1 Itu m UL I Iie v Lua ,IW L LI I ie ge lS
there militant democracy of the school
of Jefferson and Jackson and Tilden
will renew its youth and vigor, leading
the way to such reforms in the nation-
al house and senate as will restore
them their legislative functions and
give the people assurance of real and
lasting good.
No party was ever known to reform
itself. Republican promises to re-
form republican abuses make but a
poor deathbed repentance. Taft

cure ipet:a ceaUU quiet we must elect
Taft, who swears by Roosevelt. and
Sherman, who swears by Roosevelt.
each of them finding him "a good
enough Morgan until after the elec-
tion." Is this anything other than
perfidy and dishonor, and, if it should
succeed, will not the conditions to be
ultimately reformed be so grievous as
to transcend the agencies of states-
men, and to become the sport and prey
of the mob? Is not, for example, the
other end of protectionism anarchy?



1 t,*. .. < *.*'* i,1 ;,q1'z it,' vxirieiic('tA 01i tnose twelve ears. i in no aumouu. way. i llane nuot naimt iorK-ge itneir mental sustenance property Mr. Tillen was.
.'n.-. -' it, r-' ."..,,.---t'. '! thil, am. as it were, a missionary of truth friendships with any man, nor set of chiefly through the organs or the rich. interest has any more to
,'. ,. i*- ,,, ., ,-.- 1,1.ih l.-a.I th0 in tho's,- easte+,rn wilds, and given th. menn. There had never beer. anything in the bucolic days "b.-fo" the war." the democratic party today
I... *i ,1* I ,i t, ai,,l adniali.-- op lorTtuility to be heard. I do not mean more than s!-in deep) between myself the people of the gulf states were fed Mr. Bryan. than it had to
L1 ,, ..t t,' It. ,- .A,> ha11114,- t :0 l('ck to old's s country until I and Mr. Bryan. Nothing even skin from the samte trough. Their newspa- the party was led by Mr. T
o + *|i. '*o. '. ; i** .. .',hlt I hat lia\' -a..i Tmy say. It may not be amiss ,ieep remain'. and, whe.n the inter- pers sang only the virtues of slavery, by Mr. Cl.veland. each of
|* a- ''A* 'A .. *' T is t t.iT| t. s no a.i.i Ti at I receive not a penny of view had in New York was concluded. None others were allowed to exist, countered the same line o
II.* *..., "i. rK i,:i '1h, in;i, ,oiil.t.ins.ation. and that there is no I went forth t ) fall back upon the old In the fabulous wealth of the east !il- tion which is now used by r
S, *. ,. ., ..' .- r.. i''llt' ifi, *, th,. a4..ptance of which I would line of battl andl to take ill) again ed up in a few hands-somne of it pre- to defend the accretions of
,.. ,.. v. r : .,l ':,ali, -, inuc't as consier. the order of march where it had been datory-much of it sprung from class ty years, expressed for the
| -...!,-t.n ." ,,-* % -, .r. II interrupted in 1S96. legislation-all of it more 01 less cor- in offices and abuses. The
S-..... 'I *,',*,: '- :. ** ,' ,r fo,,t i t DIriing tein %years, from 1S96 to 19 f;a |r Vt'. ,,tar'- I' i- ti<, ,*.a4-. no oat' rejected Mr. Bryan for a lead- tive. It is a pure delusion, where not likeness to the p)atricianism of the old the finger be lanced and
',*-," nr, t 1:1..11 'h., e',I l l-h-, er more resolutely than myself. If I a form. often an unconscious form, of south, shall we allow the disease
,4 a.i, .vt las aft irm'"icv'. tt con-, could finally reach him and accept infidelity to both duty and truth. Is Already artificial conditions of life to burrow below the surf
tin'.. i , a" ,, t,.r t,, t.rni. anl !him, any good democrat can. It may it not the part of wisdom nnd Justice predominate. Young men are reared nothing will save the boe
Uth.,- itI e>. i n|-anti:ii human nature help th. yet undecided if [ relate how -and is it not time-that those dem- to regard enthusiasm as effeminate, but the amputation of the
at,. large It ,-I ,an-r thte sympathyl did ocrats who have consistently opposed Young women are almost as educated This is the problem for
.n Ite I~r (I a i& Youn women tr lms
.f-.n h.- -.l,,ti ,, in.,nr,-, pa-rt% to thej In the early part of 1907 1 proposed him should look into the whys and in a knowledge of evil as young men. to consider. Forbidden by 1
l 1 I,'-.001 When a' la-t trial is a parley having for its purpose some wherefores with the purpose of re- The sex line becomes less and less of the rich-making comn
r-a. t .- if a ,' vi, 'on toliw.., an ap- agreement among the Bryan men and viewing the past. of revising the pres- visible. Moral confusion makes po- with the predatory rich-t
i.- ak,-ti 'hi court on the anti-Bryan men touching a apresi- ent and of casting some kind of bal- litical obliquity. Caste distinctions truth and to consider the
,l, ,9',ifltg i,^ tii,.all', 'e't a rule' deniial nominee other than Mr. Bry- ance sheet upon the ledger of their press upon the commonalty more and of the political situation
sof in *ta h ,t.,' <'Air' mn.-s' observee, an During ten months this encoun- opinions and conduct? more, and harder and harder. The too often in camps by sh
a I .,iu 1 h 1 t T>.. u,-ih, whatever tered from the anti-Bryan men either We need not enter upon any course foolish poor either hate or emulate employers, who tell them th
wth 'bo jur- it: r-ahtiiliM thi,' ,,rTict. indliffer'nce or detraction. I got no of crimination and recrimination, the foolish rich. Graft is everywhere, depend upon how the, vOt
,-.... ,I? :t .,. '*..*it: i ...iit back -econdl to my motion. Emulating the Whatever free silver was. or was not. Money-making seems to have swamp- look for sounl opinions an,
t C t- t.i-l T; t.'-ing- a;)out an-I fronti.r presiding officer who said. as an economic issue, it is no longer ed simple l)atriotism ani )o)ular clusions here in the east
< '. I '.,! .- A -'I, 1,itiger lalpse, "Second your own motion, you son of here to divide us. Those who con- The newspapers are so used couraging. Yet New York
,.' ,,,i 2,, '..',. i< a -.-,,,nt ,,TIvI- a gin.' Thyt would have none of it., tended for it. led by 'Mr. Bryan-right to this that they grow callous-they thrives off the west anl sot
, .,, ,, .* ,, ,,, f a S. I w '" to Florida. levinr then or wrong as to the fiscal llroposition-- take their complexion t' )nw society, it is to the int-r rest of all
. ,,. ., ,-, ,.\: !,->. ',, n ', i, i t n. nie'r, or words to that of- thought they w,.re fighting for the which is ell pleased wt itself and that the politician- at
.. , *,1 ,..,' "'TL- ift-,." :,nat 'h,, entire winter lpasseur, the masses against the clasm-as, or the wants thin.-- toe remain as They are-- shall not become so e-ntra
,,.' '*, 'Ih,.' ,,<',. :iiaton if Mr. Bi'yan leiig ,.ith- people against the preroative, andh a dlissonant note denouncei as Tb ig- t.p wer-so unmi tiful of th
-!, ,i, ,r ;c,. .,.p;,ei -o' sillently conceded lby" against the same old Monevy Devil we norance of an outsider, or tie ottcro0- al!i olali.ations-that nothing
S. ,, .* \ ,. ;tr--' *, ,- ,p'Zl,,:( 'i U : '. ',',ti as an al- h:0a all fought under the lze'l.rshi:) of ping of anarchismn. I' was jusT so in a v lTion will he able
,.,.j t.t a'tai,'"a Finally. in the e-irly spring Mr. Tillen an ... ",:, '1. i,."'v two facts sufficiolntly asc,.-tainted to question out of the way. what is ther- who did not shut for slavery was an Manhattan Clu), Aug.. 1'
% * *out ft th o.. ... ... - x

*,* .. :, ,,r a ,,r'i l> th,.n atnd there opened and or special s,-ssions where t!.e dockets ORANGE CROP SHORT while last year there was
S'. ,t M,.., .i, ant i t art\ hiiaretd with the crime were crowded, and

14 t s'he -- i i, q x%% it!I- to ho low
h.f'como.'pa r~a I ze..l ArI ? it- anse~l
poas-se's tint~o th.. teannh utajge *Whs
ju1J..t pre.'eede".. *t'.0ath Th1e. wbel
(''r~or-Icof thI. o .-4.ft CIilI"nacvt of
ti r!-t s% inmIot4 m, Ito- i ,it 'A-1*14 it ~Q V4
at wee.k.
Smouiie..4 '1e.4-4 o*f rthi... twain a tth
paeralysis. hiolltig tindte.r the' h-umoo.&ad
inability tipa~lAlIm ,s ri1tjip taiuckip-
as eatrb tas Ot- 4'e, mail -or third 6W

ora (doi tio en trm rabies.i
almost unho-ardoil-f Whist should be
don.' wit h as~a :ttgI, ota. dmg

anid al"-,, cittthe H'aroll eaf Homlo-
lDeati't kill the' log 1.m,... ni.' tina but
;oroco'.'.ltoo mhut the' liog up@o'r ilt ie hm
with it 4chatinor a; gde'e.' if bale *,M
in a comfei~rtaihle gilaiv who-re be- ~
be fed, sate're'd ant viatohed ocef-
ftill' for a wet-.k -or ten *Ii av If this
is nipt Ilene'pr'iflhlot I'.'t h.'e dmsig m
esc ape' and the' kno'a P.15% thmit ano
dlag isA at large' will rrel .4 .' t
in tht- vicinity If tIh. ve't*'riftrMr
decido-s that t h- ~a n,,j IhA'. rabiles
he' '(atiho- kill.'.! ariol ttk-h.'h.4 eg.
pre's!.e(tto, a hi too ira ~or% to ar pxamona-
tiepi. A v'altiablo-i.' et''ari.-o-11nil bo -do
Sit 1.,'%. --dl~ n p i4mi % tw all.'. l it b et

NO honest instiix'tiv, r,|-:ir rf ,l'f,.'.uc M io l
fear fromn't 1 trn it K k1 ,9- v.: In th. '0It00m
,.. led t* iI lis ot 4 ,,I' th. ,otI ." o M 111
y. led bye -the, Ne.ri t.oI|i.-, in 'rt- train a"
tear when ,,oril ,. ',.,f,,, -#.,,,r: t t- o.
rillen and t,,ry i;ti r... *. I,-' "T #I, l lTrlwTy
whom en- *'xil't. th;i'r to, 1t. ., the ._f..1 t44
f argufica-, niu t inJ -,t r,ala':* .% it it. of tbN
SI T O'l t'"| d,,wic 10181 1a rk 111 I -t 1 4t
e )ep ub lica ns I .' ,o t a i c i
I' taI k .ir ..-t .ortr.e- 1n W1
nearly fif- thni.. t ,,r t. (>r,.,'i, r ito .'. in te
nmost part r;al)hit lati '.Ig t: tItit- o.0" Mtt-
public ser- jarsnn I- ;-ul -u(,>ido-na. ,enT thoeufat be
elon. Shall i. taking h,. F':i t.-, r tr.- *t* t-nt
Th"e tpr t *,f rl-it,"h t.I i v e ffroo
cured, or the. t ,Io'. .of tIot, ... ,t'I'" 0. +.. v
o continue tirst -',ti, .t i- r' *' flfotin t
ace until ninetv 0aav, I|.<,,te :t.n I .-<,rvi r l.-
ly politic rials i ,f ir 'it,'t i. or ,tr.o- ,,' :e', .r4 bit
hand? they h:a,;', n rarI-l%
DhandI) .t ,', ha..e. ., irt,. h r-a
the voters ing e.n theifi, .t.-..- 'etor.i in I%
the organs Depatrtma. tnt ,of Aria '1.,k Ir,.lViory *isw
non cause Its r ol'n e t in Sl-i te-leit me
s ;. n,0or. tT. i,'r,..til' *,' b-a. l '|f
o see the la,'k ni-. , ... ''g. l fli .
actualities ciou! 4 iCI!. .in ,,,.,r, l.,Ir '.,l,- atl-
i- huddled l r;ally \'.1r ,-l.a,k 'i,,ut tah
ort-sighted il .'.ar ,of r ..* ,* -vat
i+rir wages in r:lti, ona' o t . .* 1 *
l'i' ,lo,\ l Il: ;t ;a fo., t P.e t ',4h tlt
- the Out- '0 ,,','..^ ,-,.k'- .a' ". lli*
1 just con- a,\,,,l It .it in. . Ili
is no,)t en- M :el t,.r .- 1 0,, 4
liv e s a n dl -t t :, '" i.. ' ',4 0
St, n t *,i,,. I t .! I O
lile' paeop)le ot,, ,. "0,, g 'j Ic
':t.slin gton t' r. \ -. . f, '. , *
ncie, In t I
iair orgin4
1 I t ,, ,' : n
Le ,-hort of ; ,- -- , a
10 I'e TflO\) e t L. ' T ia
o)irnal. o'? th' a.
i\ {r Summary *
,, | ,,* ,-,' ,' V { . +,.

nm uch fruit -'Ii ., *,t .. '", *-.' t
Sre tb *o o'I n r, b o. m I
lm e b l o o m . . . . .. . ,. . ..

means either "four years more of Once upon a time we had a famous
Theodore" or a new lease for Aldrich, governor of Kentucky. old Charles
Cannon and Company. Bryan means, Scott. the Indian fighter, who used to
if nothing else. the new broom that say that when things grow bad they
sweepeth clean, upon floors that are are hard to mend, but that "when they
admittedly foul. There must be an get damned bad they just cut loose
occasional change of parties if we are and mend themselves."
to hLve decent administration. One- Mr. Bryan has suffered from over-
party government is only a degree praise as much as from over-abuse.
less objectionable than the one-man Yet never an abusive word that is
power. III said of Mr. Bryan but was said of Mr.
It is a peculiar misfortune and an Jefferson. One need only turn back
augury of evil that the peop)l, of the to the republican newspapers of 1S76
east-notably the people of New to learn what a peril to patriotism and

)urnal Writes a Characteristically Interesting Letter.

OILA ge law.

- - - - - - - - - ... . . .

Wwrm s ad (Uirvrm*!
boveapWeed u P a mill atI
I* wb" i bo-) will jrr1Dit
40ddo Wligh a&,*mIlI wtwk. also'1

6111 O (f h i 'ta Ili*..

~~sofl is 'b#-gpark msin ,Fridla'
OW 111P boas 01 tofle aw-Mallti-o
veamas ib.m**-u c hurcL Tb'-
~s"*a* rs'h.-r *=all hu rt n''
lble h thej ck-ars-o!

* -w b6b 'h srm!'i~tbhop acroi-?
ft 940614 & % a ~ wr 4 ol l 1i (jlid

JW tfuhbsp e lbthivswsction re
z11af peopmimmail for a largo. crw~

W bmseMcCarkpy rqp'uraSed from
OM -- tMarday. a&Per near.
*h~ UPIM abepse. Ito OWPeach
Is GmSV S and the Carolina
I. hf borhelW F: Mc
Oi mm ore-fm tbut has tlecid
e -- mati CbrIstmas or later.
Wom of 0I ~bth KiEviag bha#
PO b"s D sat MWfarm ia Mr Min
00%46v this ftm.will Dot be
#11 1 .buhaee.. This Winter
ft WN Ur Mo4arie'y i.s oe of the
mW-, ime vlstab Ip t nich
* p W so much .urcto-69ias
My j~vlerW be vapyed Nw tb peet
OW pow*We alm hopethat Ervlng
qM res his Me elth and 1*

NNINNotftoMe(ariv) left Saturday

a@ mm~4 Umda%. llthe 1st*) oasha. beerelieving
4f lmbeft g for1 a week, and
ftoas Im som e" 16ri I- vv
ft Gemat bards ma
El wdMcErutf ~Tallahspee.
Oft tow~dSfte rbrother. Dr Ac-
41. ofUkmmmv waa down Friday
"d 80rftyvfdsg her u14d chool-

aftj A s bavir and ehikirvesleft
tw tbr Or akls homeafter
490 t he nweekwith Mrs Bom
lowe 69616m.Pm41 Richaidsom He.
Is 86halckiag during his
~660aft at Wbite springs..
6 ANit a rather dimagreabmole







A, FRANK, Auctioneer,

6 A




Worth of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Clothing will be sold at your own


Sale for one week only, beginning





We are going out of the Clothing Business, and if you will attend this BIG AUCTION SALE

Saturday, September 5th, you will surely save money.

This Sale embraces everything in Ladies', Men's and Children's Clothing

This is a life time opportunity to buy goods at

absolutely your own price,

- ALe d &,Ak . k A .kAL & AL


i To the Editor of the Ocaia Banner
"Righteousness exalteth a nation."

Prov. 14:34.
M-IaIvlw iTMu "And before Him shall be gathered
all nations: and he shall separate
O iMti Coes Oriaa Bs w r thni. one from another, as a shep-
O o w ith Olw r r.4r-t that we herd divideth his sheep from his
0 tDhe furuitufr andtk bmlongin of goats.-" Matt. 25:32.
r raOd. ad M etghbbora. Mr and "And this I beheld, and. lo, a great
Of FYh PPNA. W itcg town MOD- multitude, which no man could num-
M mt hoammad for L-vou. where ber. of all nations, and kindred, and
P W l rma the hotel for the big people. and tongues, stood before the
ON Our kbt wish@t go with them throne, and the Lamb clothed with,
tO f m Gad prospertt. and alw white robes and palms in His hands."
Of tie wis6 that the't will live it R.v. 7:9.
Rwsapai at the ear future Righteousness means to do the
to i um .w talk of Mrs Good- right, and all nations doing so, as near
t ret tlh- Priot houvw Mrm as human can. are God's people, for
A- II tI twill be r mmembered. Hte claims them from all people, and
40 = wim-r ooi kIselleview. stto|l- not just one race or set of people.
gsWtb the (w(aI In reading the papers of today, the
We *Uvw that the prtnter makes i awful number of crimes committed
MM Yt o b& we@ks ,oI, that the by one race against the helpless of
tf= ber wai told It should have the other tthe women and female
v tf the Waiteo Ivew children) has caused Chcistlans, both
&" *r4PeeM writes that both white and black, to see that something
S, BrdeOMld and himnolf are having must be done, north, south, east and
S vw V.s)ahble time at Altamoat. S. west. and that ouicklyv. to stop this


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
The Orange Springs school began
the 1908-09 session this week, with
Miss Nannie McGahagin in charge.
Mr. Myron Jackson and family of
Gainesville are enjoying the sulphur
baths here.
Miss Bessie Lee Porter of Haw-
thorne spent last week here with
home folks.
Messrs. Will and Lee Wimberly,
electricians of Jacksonville, will ar-
rive Wednesday, to spend their vaca-
tion at home.
Mr. Lawrence Mixson of Gaines-
ville is camping near the spring. The
bathing is having a beneficial effect
on his health.
Miss Edith Brant of Indiana is en-
joying a two weeks' sojourn with Mrs.
H. V. Porter.
Mr. Will Tompkins and family, to-

gether with Mr. Charlie Fowler and
family of Lochloosa. will arrive at
the springs Wednesday, where they
will camp for a couple of weeks.
Mr. Jack Harper's only child died
ot 1',ir-aro uith a nne niioiti last \Wed-


The people's party state convention
met in the court house in Ocala, Au-
gust 27, 1908, pursuant to call.
The meeting was called to order by
the state chairman, Capt. F. H. Lytle,
after which the call for t'ie convention
was read.
On motion F. H. Lytle and W. J.
Borden were made permanent chair-
man and secretary respectively.
The convention unanimously en-
dorsed the national people's party
platform, and the nomination of Thos.
E. Watson for president, and Samuel
W. Williams for vice president.
The nomination of candidates for
populist presidential electors being
in order, Hon. D. L. McKinnon of Ma-
rianna and Rev. T. J. Bell of Kissim-
mee were made electors of the state
at large, and D. 0. McGuire of Ocoee,
first district; W. R. Peterson of Jack-
sonville, second district; A. W. Weeks
of Chipley, third district, were made
electors of their respective districts.
Chas. H. Mathews of Ocala, 0. P.
Warnock of Oxford and G. L. Agnew
of Dowling Park were elected as cen-
tral state executive committee of
the populists, with authority to select

Come every day,

*.*..e*..,.......,.......-.- 00- w 00..


A city, and the county seat of Ma-
rion county, Florida, U. S. A., in the
north central part of the state, about
100 miles southwest of Jacksonville.
It is served by the Seaboard Air Line
and the Atlantic Coast Line railways.
Population in 1900, 3380; 1905, state
census, 4493, of whom 2467 were ne-
groes. About six miles east of Ocala
is the famous Silver Springs, the larg-
est andi best known of the springs in
Florida. Its basin is circular, about
600 feet in diameter. It is about six-
ty-five feet in depth, and its waters
are remarkable for their transparen-
cy and refractive powers. According
to the estimate of Dr. D. G. Brinton.
the spring discharges more than 300,-
000,000 gallons of water daily, its out-
flow forming what is known as Silver
Springs run, nine miles long, empty-
ing into the Oklawaha river, and nav-
igable by small river steamers. For
the drainage and sewerage of the city
a subterranean river, whose source
and mouth are unknown, is utilized.
The city is the seat of the Emerson
Memorial Home (Methodist Episco-
pal) for negro girls. Ocala is the
commercial center of a ferttile region,
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( Written f(or the Ocala hann-
Above, below. whter .-r I ias,
Thy guiding finger. I AM). I %!*-
Traced in the midnight plan#-' hla,-
Or glittering In the monitng 1-w
Whatever in beautiful or fajr
Is but thine own refloion vh.-r*,

I hear thee in the siurni win.,'
That turns the <> Not less thy wond roiisn p4w,-r I fini
When summer air4 around ri n
The tempest and ?he- UAlm .t-l Thyself, for tho, art -.v,-r)yher#-
I find thee in th. nm)rn, ot ng1h'
And read thy name in ,-A,.rv -'ar
That drinks its s-4i.nolor from th, light
That flows from nie-r car;
Thy footstool. Lmrd. ,-ach .srarrv i,.m
Compose--not thy Iladem
And when the radiant orb of ligh,
Hath tipped th.- rnoun'ain top*,i, b'

Smote with t* b az.

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Sinks from the I h-hu>l
That ray of glory. bright an.I fair
Io hivt a li.if.._ .., ._. 9.... --

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There's No Use Arguing

About Millinery!

It will pay you better to come in
and see what we are offering; you
will then concede that we have the
most complete line in the city. and
then. too. we are preparing to clear
our store for our fall goods, and the
of Trimmings. Ribbons, etc.. has also
been reduced in price,. If you will
call you will certainly see what you
want. and also save money by buying

Lw Price Will Prevail Only During August


Ope..t. Ptoftc

MCI "EN re dI ,A(&A (.



a" fnW lOut fit& i4omcas&l given to

~d~bgto One


t Tailoring


Ocala House Block




Office Yjnge Block.


Gary Block.



SOver Munroe & Chambltsa' Bank

J. E. CHACE, D. D. S.


Holder Block.



i Opposite Banner Office


Mi-,,h: hae known iT. When,. yoars
Sar. women lbeian wearing mock suls-



Has a Hundred Thousand DofL

ience, Push and Abilii

Send Out I

As in the Times yester-
iday arraung-m-nts have been com-
pl.etdI by -he Tampa Fertilier Com-
pany to c)mmennce operations at this
point and jusT as soon a- the big
factory an! warehouse building can
,.b completei and the machinery in-
s'aliod a new industry of considerable
magni,,de wi!! have, been added to the
i l-st tho.- now- o:,erating in this

(C:rract i:a. b- 11 7- +' 0 Alii-k &
D,'-a't t'or th. )on-'r. crion of a b'li2l-
:. ....' an.d ) bo .,t.a5-
i i on a -ract .--at,)a"-i At:- iue at Maxw-ilt strer
an,! Eva av- u'. The .'t:',;-T,'ire wl;
ie L-ha:,a-.i. :,,, f-,' long an ,l fe'-'
wat-, T.'h- ,)ntra,,')rs hav- aVi'.v
- oni ; (* " p; t'I, S ,. 1'-'' :. '
,ia;- a- : "a;a. work w e ,-,un this;;
,o?'.:nZ -,:.-, a r"lc'::--,, w l b- a
-.-arv lU,,-.taIi .;i )'.-. .:\. h.--'. tini-
I.-r- h-iin Ia' s'eat z-. ;.s t, :ei-
siAr .'i -'a a bu!i.iin as ".li b, echr
,)f "o na'"-: ,!! ro l, ;'-,ti in th
I n aLi i-',,.: -f l-"-ri z -rs "ii 1 5t- r.,n-
Lii-;;, I l

Old Cor-ipariy Reorgan-zed

T" ".::. i F--:r:I>-T (;'.)n:;)a:n .

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S-tt';;2t'a ... : J^:; i' jVo;-" : lanrua.

ow nih \.''. ',*' pr n un e a'i i)':- i; t-ds in
:: i 0i:,*i. ..." a .r i i 'IV f: rti l :nlan;i-
--:, of th-- Xi'-h ia-( :',wnh ('enii'-al
*'o, iin anv. H !rf" that faii ,i; .. corn- '
' I':r!y, ., i..r th)IiSne...s i;', h1 :s- .
! an', eon' IlPle- Tihe man'ita"ture of
'.,i> G+r'not-.r formula. which is his
own. ant pronounced a decided im-
pr,)ven)m ov'.r the othe', formulas.
S(;ermf':-r: h s met with greatt sales
in other sta!-s, as well as in Florida.
!where it wz- introduced about two
--ar; ago wih good results.
Will be Big Importers
The Tamp-i. Fertilizer Company will
be large importers of chemicals from
Germany and other countries. The
suff will be bought in shiploads and
brought to Tampa without transship-
ment. Having ample capital and
such connections, the Tampa concern
will be able to purchase raw mater-
ials at the lowest cost. and turn them
into high grade fertilizers. This will
allow consumers to obtain the high-
est class of goods at a low figure.


The Florida Conference Society has

hadI the honor of furnishing eight
mi.-sionaries to th'- Womian's Board
'":r services in the foreign field We
have been singularly fortunate in
h-se. never having lost one by death
oz: o'her disappointing con,!itions.
In 1S in tho early days of our
history. Miss Ellie Ty4lings. of Antho-
ny. was entire to Mexico. where she
has ,ione s'le-tndild work fo: twenty
years. though still looking strong an !
w-l"'. Her work now ;s at D1'Iran',o.
one of The nmost fanatical cues of
Mexico. but Miss Ty.tins has been
equal to the situation anli i- recogniz-
ei as one of the most efficient teach-
*r-'s in that country.

[ar Capital t Aen of Exper-

ty Behind It o Will


Other Officers Tampa Men
Col. W. R. Fuller of Tampa i- vice
president an.! treasurer of the com-
pany. He is wel! known throughout
the state as a man well versed in the
business. V. H. Lanier, also of Tam-
pa. and intimately connected with
Colonel Fuller. is secretary. The cap-
italization is ; ',;S1, OQ

To Put Salesmen on the Road

By Octobi)er
will be piace.i
order-s for t, th
The conmpanzy

I coliupe-et.,t
on, hthe ro-ad
already hal,,;

to scisi.
pro ilers. j
:in -,inab-

list bsin. an n, jt'ha 1 a iitional State of Florida
-ftfrt thi rowth of !l.hi- bu.-in, s
.ust ie ae. irat.. Gainsviile, Fiorida.
In this conn i-ctio io will in'p:--
--sting to orange and truck -r >w.,rs in
SouTh Floritla to know that J. .1. Sin- A high-grade institution o."
gleton will travel for th*, Tamnia For-
tiii-r C,.mnrnnv l,-

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Is to make this Institution a material
benefit to the rommuniry. ani & a.i
vantage to every man and wo aD-to
you in particular.
We offer every facility ernnstrnut
with conservative banking. t is 4 r) j
business to accommolat.e the V"oW#
SIIIIIIWe invite you to join) ot: goi.,I
i Iilist of satistled,4

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Florida's higher Educatiooql InstituatloUs.

University of the

bee tavelii~ f:- h Ge--'roferr 'u-
p~any. andl is I fiie ')ftht iefmost capatblo
a jt cret111s~il-.rnif n onthe roa 1.

A Separate Concern

Tand a t-ert i ze? ot a 1 a
'~~~O *,ia: f il..#e~~I 'r ant~ l
a~~~~~~~~~T nCfi'f & e~ F.~'. ~

Fli~~d~icfm ,:-I -x ',-
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-a O ri 1>t!'-on j:-'eF..- '

A Fine Location

T fac''
.x f i- ; : ,) siru rt -,i ait a
Apin,' wh Tre i <,iu !,,. r.-,'hi-i i 1by all
three of ti' rai r1ioats '1ri i Tampa.
In tfact. ar a point whloere t.h. tilre
roa.i-s ar, in closest proximity. It is
to be directlyy on' ;I*- Seaboard. and
the Atlantic Coast Line and Taxmpa
Northern will build spur tracks to the
loading and receiving platforms of
the big warehouse. The company has
a twenty-year lease on the ground,
which it will use.
Machinery Has Been Purchased
All of the machinery has been pur-
chased. It was arranged for by Vice
President Fuller on his recent visit
to Atlanta. The motive power will
be electricity and every labor-saving
device known in the business will be
employed. A large force of men will
be employed from the first, and as
the business grows it will furnish em-
ployment for a greater number.
Tampa and Florida will be benefited
by this as by every big industry that
is located here.-Tampa Times, Aug.

Last year our own beloved Mrs.
Harris of Citra was given as our third
missionary to support with our love
and prayers and money, thus adding
to the interest of the home workers
and bringing China much nearer be-
cause of her being there.
This year the Woman's Board
granted us Miss Fenley for Miss Stew-
art an.i we feel that she too is to b--
a Florida girl. htr parents 1 ->ing Flor-
At the last m,,tinz of our Confer-
ence Society. our hearts wero madiei
glad, by two applications from o'r
young people for the for-ign work.
Miss Alice Himes of Bushnell. meet-
ing all requirements, was reeommentd- I
ed by the executive committee To the
boarl, and will enter Scarrit Bib)-'

gineering, Agricultural and P
cal Courses.
Strong Faculty; well equip,
oratories; thorough instructi,
theoretical and practical; ear
pervision and discipline: higi

No tuition charges to Flor:
dents, Other .xpens.-s v-rv
catalogue and information.

The State College for Weqm

t P ~ F.. flI..L!C I 4)~

A C(ilice ~fl r Wom--ite* ?f)
;o~ngparallel ;n the ;,) Jrnihraci'nA
'ific En- !L--l. -P4 Ar&
School, a Sch'Mol ofIn Itkra rt, g
School of tFzin.-a Ar.4 ,fflor~ng nu't tle
tions in drawing. ptiinr.n~ ac )At1no!P
)ef lab- organ. vioti u. 'v.)i, '*. e -
a, both and phy,.,cal 411?itiro
.P!Il s-u Forty Flori Ia cn.ritit. .nnt o.voe
h n io ra l a -r :af >f .. r i rp s-
rooms tor on- hualnr-el vn 1 4, ity 4.rta.
Ia S!f- jul-.. c* il'- PI t r *2

aid Fresi t 'F-' 'u- 'er: ~ a


Rollins College

College. Academ-rny and Sch,,ol. f Mu-!' E'pr.-'4.. r.. F'i-,- \' t1.,-
tic and Industrial Arts and B,'.ine
Carnegie Hall and, third men's tdrrmil.-ry n.,,'v g in up u .. .-, 1.
steam and furnace heat; large faulty. r.rf-,t h*.tIh ,, :.*.'. ,n. gT.
na,-ium. athletic t.-ld; tennis courtt g ,l)f lri;nk-i, ba.t,-h;t,' *n.l 4-1 n -Pf l b
teams, champions of PFloridla thi.-s viy-ar. N.rly a ,luarer .,f A T. m:'I. n $..ikw
endowment; expenses moderate. sch.,l.Ar4hii,.4 a\ ;.b:> 1',n. tia bn, .l-
nomrninational: stands for

Next session begins October 7. For catal,*)(u,- a<,re-aq th* P .ht.*o it.

Win. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D.

Wintcr Park. Fborda.

The Breakers by the Sea
Will be opened June 1, under the management of I. M. MABBITTIL
The house will be conducted on a higher plano th"a ver befte.
thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms siagli or o n t-.
with or without private jaths. Fine fishing and the beet st f ed
Ing in the world.
Sea Food a Specialty. A Tril S -.
Rates, $1 per day and upward, according to locatkJo of room.

1 a ronpwo, l intorrstt I. awak-n..i nIm tbe
dinner. espo.cial y If V4 ,t1-tghtf-11a
pearanve ant .1 av,)rv .nne.l! ntirates
Si that it is from rh, Puir- F',Nw< Marlkt,
from whors- all r -.. m-'.iniarp 0U
plied. Tho tfarn ,)o ,ir ',Ta-kt 6w
furnisbing th- fln-st ,-' rIItomn
lamb. v-al. p,)ltrv tn4'. rrk ,-4m
l tv ^^stantly growing' g P"h ,n.n. ,- .,
to teleph ,ri, N :.2

Pure Food Market,

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WE are better than ever prepared to furnish the
people of this part of Florida with High Grade
Jewelry of All Kinds. Our line of Sterling
Silverware, Cut (las. Nove-lties, Gold Lockets, Brace-
ht,. Rings, Etc., i- large and varied, and must be
*en to he appreciated. Then our

i% aom) in shape
aot ice. None h
i left with u-.
tOCTving you.

to give the best of service on short
ut experts handle your work when it
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Asa DROWN a BRO.. Wholesale Distributors,
Ocala. Fla.





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Put up 4 full Qts
in Fancy Cartoons

Delivered at your

Express Office

For Sa.00

1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write f(
complete Price list.

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lence feel whaT ma in i t-, I li h .
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first Tin- im" nman ihas k4 a :- 'Frl
hof eventiS.)o "" I-avens ; i *. '," -aove ar..
doanmed sun.a land aSrf a sr-
Buvant or wha slave :-Roh"ers, (. i,-', T', .
in an addreasa.;, ; ) x:"'orth Gr an Army
of the ,Republic in ,,.S2 '. a' w'.
sounds. WV ,;i'in i; '.' s'ai:,i '1.-.-i*,t.>

theIn these words a i ti r. i h'lh d citi-
lene of Illinois-less thanks !V twenty

years aftor the civil war. when the
clash of carp, Tbaggery and ki" klux-
ism upon the conqueredlSoil haOf the

south had just finish"d\writing the
draOf evens.a of reconstruction in bloodve anl
domedl a land wi-h,.,, a s, rf'. a s-r-!
,ant or a slave."--Rohbrn G. In :+r ol!.

tein a address I the strii Gran Armyoft
of shackles from the lihs o 482.
humaIn theinse words a istin chain-." Anciti-
Izen of Illinois--less than twenty

in thiyears andfter the civioral onswar. when thent
brclash of carpervbaeory aoa kuklux-
isorm wupon the c onquered soIil of Tihe-
south had jusr finished writing the

tudrama of recons auction in biozatiol and
tears--escribei the striking of theri.
shackles from the limbs ()t 4. i"*.,.>.,,*
humaf n beings bound in chains" And
in this and1 ,orihr ,rations The eloquent

HCol. In"ersol nrain sl wih a nrinhon
brush the savairery 01f .lavery andt

borrweot of t he sa's nO him, o] pitr-
hture f h :1o .- .para ra h of lizatioin in-

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"'ra ,' h fo,'." I" ;>i' v is c'n-ii'ion o)f
In, irvia'tiot.
H ,w (,-;. In FOEsll ;:moST :liedn in his--
S raed. if IT a.e arilot .0 him tr ec.utad
he 1'o, paranrapo h hof lilinsim himd
rsr \:'icTrn dtho'ina rhsio oasr aaw
,rn:, ha. wr!' e ,'iTizen s bof rh-
srare he T'(0i.iiy :dend rhie auriatysr
* ,. n 1i i-,st in she-a I'nion.
i In ,he c'apidal orf T',h-, .m'eaest andt
,, s'are-ia state Iihtoi h ,v rhe
N, N"rii Sra:r--i frenziedl mob ledt. i! is
,,ained,t tby a harlot, and recr,.ited
.vram -:t ranks of hohlo tluisnm, made
.' .inal e rin.- "h,>eocasion for a *at-
u -rnailia, wr'-ckeoi tl,1 lin,'.;. burned,
,-'i": !orks., !defied ,'ivil authority.
^ ni;i:,(!,:ie -. e'*ippl-s. ,! drove women and
chi,-ien ,, o ,.1t- t. ,ld to neg: their
m e i,:-ead! !.- ri lia;hT of ,1h, flames ,of
"*h, '* ;'il a :+-,t h, rn-s. |%,for,+ -he ,n-

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T~r-dieis a hat if
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wthe n, arrowbyrace w ejf dio s thatv exicats
in lin nois sh co n v i cst;I ng-, ni- belI wrs hof
Maso an Dmon) lO :yIne-p hery the n'-
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House Furnishings
Rugs. Art Squares and Mattings.
Bed Room Suits
In Mahogony, Birc", Bi-dseye
Map!e and Oak.
Mission Furniture
In ail the different fl,,stes


Parlor Suits
Im' Leatror 1,c"o '*-*01 -
Dining Room Suits
of a "d. M '- ,a- , 6 : 04L
China and Crockery
Comp *te C-. 0 o '0* *0<
Odd P e,.-O

AII Kinds of Bd and Table LinIr. Lia:e ." -
and Upholster':- GG,4;,
Heaters, Ran&eg., Cook Stoves
Fa a, Tu pe, 'Wao s' B t. e.
Farm a "1 W Bge a
Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness arid S~afli

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A special to the World from Rome Man's genius is a deity.-HeracU- |i
NW"' r*4r. It would mpm; Mr. Lane Foresees Anarchy says that there are various ladders tus.|

rmV n" st.ofted in thb horrors. a-. To the Editor of the World: by which ambitious social "climbers ", A 1
CA- ar.trit 0lnPsw% of th' Any man outside of an insane asy- can ascend t:,) the nobility. That More worship the rising than the
ld 'ha luIl%(r.-wi'KJaWtipba%-'lum should have sense enough to see which Herr W- climbed is frail and setting sun.-Pompey. U
,a i; *r, pa that if the republican party is allowed tortuous. but he will arrive; he will SIJSI- N
t *hK h*.alIn.o-, of our btig ,aills to run much longer, with its monarch-! marry the Baroness von der S-. And It is not places that grace men but MOh. W lETW3J
S a-.* a a , ipioan whirh to ical tendencies of enriching a few at the obliging Baron von der S- has men the places.-Agesilau;. -ABT foQ ISEAS 0 ST0fORAU.LmW0S
r,-.t ,.o-, th- exl-'nse of starving millions, it recouped his fortune, to the extent of e NANtSMTA@g JAOvsT.c3
.. v,,.. 4 .,' ',"f -Le Sunla- will bring on such a reign of anarchy $2.,*,.# A fair exterior is a silent recom-i :MI GIVE TiTLASSAVYOUMI
S.' ,*.. ^ al = \ as the world has never known. I am An emaciated and ragz-d1 person mendation.-Puhblius Syrus. i saL, ETAA DOUGISTS flMIJVCTuA t
-a,.*- *. -..*- h-r'r.n 'lar no alarmniis:, but I har th- r.urm;r-, was for some time a regular visitor to1 ACERNAI &STE RT
'* *h. * p 1 ing, DENNIS LANE. :he free .s )up kitchen on Chaussee There is no soundl more pleasingp
B.. .. . rooklyn. Aug.. 19". strass. H hai fine manners: hun-'than praise of on'- self.-Xenophon., NOTICE OF ELECTION
, * 'r-- as heo was h- invariably gave his *
*". 4 ., ',., ,,,d ,.. rt Looks Like a Landslide ipiac- in lin-e o any woman who was! They that ,io not prevent crimes' Sheriff of Marion C t
.H.., ..., h. .' L,.' .,, K'I To th" Edior of tht Wor i: *at, Anl a'way- he tookl his own when they mihrt. encourage them.- the State of Florila-
* M L "at W .,.n K l'. i Mr Mr. Bryans aRitude. ,i anrd soup plaa '( whichh bore a cre.-t. Some- Cato. Be it known that I. H. (i.:v (C,
S .. . M .n i,'iir *,,-, since his- r,--nt nn::ea- wihat hau .ily ie "old the (,riter men- * retar of stat of h
o m p s I ha e n,-t. ,r i'pjoe,\ .I t-- '-:el ,of or ida. I hea r ey s ix [) i "h. I
,,, ,, *H ."'. ,. .. \ .h,.r" Ti in ha-+ ,on ,o hi-,i stanr a'i lb).:,- ,,lcant:- "This a e Of po I av n-v r ha Floridao h.rhv i.. n
Sar\li. .",on ,Thlrisanls- of ,o:--., :n; n -,i- is t' To, m-" Tihv t honor-my tn-g. ibutt often that I spoke neral -ion wil ..
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t i, .1o- T-so ,+y-So it, xit-li, other tin v h P-- -- Lit -sou they Siiu :nil r n conty. state o Ftri.l ,n Ti

Ma.. ";, ,r,, tn ,h an' ing equal. that th-,e (conv-rsions w-ill r-t- plisotl to) i r that a man had * day nex t succtin the tir, M)ni1
SAt" -. I (1 h- SIA f ...1. i .. i ti' n my inam -iia- : x,! a .-r at 3 in Th+-" callei him tof rh, easy: m. ne can -) r:0- with his es Tuestav being e rhi tav ,,t
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H ,I.. ,. a,, .i i ,r.i W alk -- ( lr,.l ;+ ,*1:.,). .trat in 0: h" en .- ,- c'-li ,-, So p ,ap "'eBaron Uh::t.- Bion jL ve.m ).-r.
t -lllfwlls- l.:In..- : senti pnl:l n in fa'.or *)f Th.-. di nt not know it. but thoy t re i
H ,ISI,,g ,, ')~'. 1" 1 b eeti )raC.Cii*'L i '-hr (' h- Batnlr-- For five l)res1~l,-ntial ,.,- ,.:es
,!, ,. :i'rat;c n'i^- F : in-- rh 1 he- : t:. tiBaron Kurt von tier There i nothing so es-y t,! t that For representaie from h. lr
16A 1 4,o., I llr .,. ~ ,,- t,, th 1. "
.a Sel ..- In,, *b., T., TI ** o: fiv of us four vo-.i a-ainr S-. Soni .v y-ars az') he (came h-re it bOcomes diifficult wh..n you io i ressional disrrid, of Fl.,r:,li. in
Pit~ -to littit 4 n.. Tilsit Stowm:n
T't., 4- t ,,,,, li,,,, .n "'a iA ",i an.t on-s vo' TI, t. ,,, ,,S Hliv, lH-.-n lit J,- ""ivnr t '. n r~ 0- :
'.A" thi- ' the entir- fiv, are a woman-or a vampire. In two years a te
-0 Fro- S, r Brvan---'husia-rical' so. in-h,.li was SlL-nn.s. I would, rather have a man that For governor of the satae of Fo:
P K. M." an' W. e.-e w- H. FIDDLE. : R--tur-ning, from the soup kitchen to lacks money than have money that For secretary of start or the .'
Ha' tn.;,.-! H.-.n i. at,k ccmi.lli o 11.%1- Mtri.- H ('I-.' ('Call e -1 to meet Herr W-. an enormously * For attorney general ,f 'h- st
.,,. Ta Nominates Taft for Africa healthy maucturer. who asked him Of all speeches none is so dishon- of Florida.
P'l,'i+* {-" tH S.*<,-) Tain,--;,,.^.orrlria
.- v f- ,+-l,,.,u, .jr \i ,i of To the Editor of the Worl.i: i the way to a railway station. The durable for a general as "I z-houl.t not For comptroller f tt, stat-
'A hr A if- Sio-11i -moi A"-. ;r Visit of: I ^r r c m tr i ~ 1 L r r
!,,1m,,..h: 4.- tr I)1 orc..-4)l Baron )politely directed him. Herr have thought of it."-[-phicrates. Florida.
Se,,,. .lu, Hati <, S,-. th,-' Twin i, Wheu Tei-iy roes a-hunting in the W-off red his ragged informant a For treasurer f rh t j .. ,, F
. l,,hn-~,,i ..:, tus..,bant wilds of Timbuctoo. tip. but the Baron indignantly thrust Thou wilt find rest from vain fan- ida.
io Mr,. lPhti_,ot Sat, s Hus-banot .o wil fi d es ro v i
('.a..' 1I, Hi o~- Wll iHe'll need Bill Taft as bo dyguard to i asilp-. cies itf thou does every act in life For
C'.a,,,.- I 11 lla:,n ,1- t. %%ill Not " i tin t n )f jl l,
|..- ,,- pull him safely throughh That interested Herr W-. for he as if it were thy last.-Marcus Aure- struction of the state of Flrit.
S.. . ., ol r, irThe iangors of the jungle. the b : hali n-ver known anyone to refuse lius. For commissioner of ag, r
a ,' I',a+ .-, I'jam,,e ant S, ar,-d Bir- Fo"o miso e giim''r
a,, i nPal R, n t and ,Br and th.. plain, money. He sought out Baron von der * a ia
gi.r ^**' 4niunal Ran I' ant [n' 'the state oI F lorda.
k.-,r. n 1 I,',.- Orp ,i Hi- Or h",. perchance mngh, ner reurn -. who told his story. What is gained from philosophy? For two justices of the spr- I^ Fij' '' ,i to S A. again "I will zive you $25.i)., gladly if To do without being commanded what urt of the stae of Fl.a
.,*, _... SIrTo Bryan will I)b, prsi.en;. for Tar's y-ou will ,o me a favor." said Herr others ,lo from fear of th. laws.- For railroa, cmmisirner ,"
A a S trt- Thineht pro per oaan --. Epictetus.
,.-,,.. ^Rb, P>.iing F'tn.A.- t Ia F Ta- o 'h{ Pre man B w-t for Epictetus. state of Florida.
i.- F ,lI To ,-scort and -:ling home sa-'*y th- Th- Baron lstn- eaery for For two menegrs of th. ,f
",.*. -'' 11,+| T-'. l T'i.- i- ,l h.-ro of San .'.ian $25.,,-a fablus sum to him now- Any one thing in th crati is sf- representatives of th .- stat ,f F
F .,* ",.V- T n ., a, i ia:.-s-wa within his reach. ficint to lemnionstrate a province I ida
"., ,,,', r' The abov, cr:,,".i.y express ,! su,-- "'; lovx, a ,o'-fng woman," said Herr to an h.umbl- anl graceful min.- F cn
\ -a 1.4 l '1 C.4t. Pnnti r. -a'.'.. ,* Hr pa- c0'1111t juul
S, .'. P IT-, M ; ,.stion i- from one who vN)eki! fo:' \W-. "A ba ron is my rival. Her pa- Epicerus. r hriff
NI>*- ^'.i .:- :ss*< F .ror sheriff.
Tb..,, 'Roo-,.v-" f,:- g ,vernor. for vio pres- rn:s favor hi- siit, ani I must con- * o e of th c
T -,- 4 '. I' F. Hh ;nt alli for p:'-esitnf in 144. hu in*'-,s that whti- the tav loves me, The most glorious exploits ,io not For couty afss.)esr of ,x,-
V., I t wil: now vote f,)r Bryan and the dte:m- shl has a strong yearning tor a title. always furnish us with the clearest r t ctor
" -. ;: -..,,, F. h.. l+';fht,, TO, ^ or t*ax collector.
SI : | -1 '-at i:'ktt.1 I cones-s too. to the same longing. So discoveries of virtue or vice in men.- or county uperinten. of p
AN EX-REPU'BLICAN. ''5.,)" wil! b- yours if you marry this Plutarch. i instruction
l. N..- York. Aug.. 19'i- young !adly. ive her your name,-. leave * For Acounty treasury
Se,, ,,,, . ',, ,n I D a T- *a * her the nior.ri-ent after the ceremony I had rather excel others in the For county surveyor
4 *sj 9 Iit,1,,r'- il. I I' a Town
SL t ,-',, l''.amait.. Safe and E- I Bryan Seems to be the Favorite and never see her again. I can ar- knowledge of what is excellent than For five county commissioners.
To the Editor of the World: range with her so that she will have in the extent of my power and do- For three members of the coui
I e'V. nE1v.r, li.- Ht Yell* P E-erywhere I go [ hear men discuss both the title and me for a hus-band. minion-Alexander the Great. board of public instruction.
th.,e ,rt -He. H. n Yl,'P-t political situation. anl Bryan Is it agreed?" * *
h,'. I t't,,,.-.: Ilta .,,n H )rifld by For justice of the peace in anti
tni<.,x a Ma. I n T'-o,,.r, Hiding seems to be the favorite. Jefferson- "'Done." said the Baron. "Now I Man's felicity consists not in the the following justice districts, viz
".% ,',- ian democrats and Lincoln republi- will smash my soup plate and live outward and visible favors and bless- Nos 1, 2. 3, 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10,
c. v ,h So Hr cans ought to vote for Bryan next like a gentleman again." ings of fortune but in the inward and 12, 13, 14, 15. 16, 17. IS. 19. 2,. 21.
r ,|.. Ha,,'h, So Hu.r- November. Next ,day "ie was introduced to his unseen perfections of the mind.-An- 23, 24. 25, 26. 27 2 o 29. 30. 1.2
Nextht"\^\^l4** vHs .i ^. ^ ,, 23 24. 25, 26. 27, 28,* 29, 30. 1, 32.
L ken4 Thus Ine.l-t H.r IUfe. Says Cor- When Roosevelt could not curb the "bride" The day following he mar- archarsic. For constable In and for the fol.
S. Jus .greed of the money power certainly ried her, politely raised her hand to ing justice districts, viz:
tom,- Ruru,-4 .n Blazing Sr t Taft could not. Since the close of the his lips and left her after Herr W- If all our misfortunes were laid in Nos 1 2 3, 4 5 9 1n
Wnm.-s Hurn**l no Blazing Street *ji her os. 1, 2, 3., 4. 5, 6. i, 9,f. 10f,
a civil war the railroads and the corpor- had paid him $25.000. one common heap, whence everyone 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 17, I1. 19. 2). 21,
t'a4r M~ A41u Trurtb. Fines in actions have been running cur govern- Baroness 'on der S- ha brought must take an equal portion, most per- 23, 24, 25, 26. 27, 28. 29. :0. 31. 32.
men Alt. suit for divorce on the ground of de- sons would be content to take their In testimony whereof. [ have ht

Maaha, Ibvlight Robber Eapee I am satisfied that Bryan. if elected, sertion and non-support. As soon as own and depart.-Socrates. unto set my hand and affixel the g
*M ,M lau .bi la R obber Roos of will make the greatest president we the decree is granted Herr W- will e of t ta o Florida. at T

I u,, b,{* R... Rom.- of have had since Lincoln. He possess- have a noble wife. FOR A SPRAINED ANKLE halo the sate lorid t Ta
# ^'rrtiaton H,me, With Family In- hassee, the capital, this th+ first
S_ es a thorough knowledge of the needs . .. a, __ ,_ ,

e murss aa Makov, Way With Consid- A sprained ankle may be cured in Ol epLemUi, A. A a.
ob Lot ,o ofthe people. No corporation or SOME OF HETTY GREEN'S OPIN- almost one-third the time usually re- (S.S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD,
t t nfabn ,,.Mo?
^l.-aIth) Man Shot Roberts. Police trust can influence him Now the IONS quired. by applying Chamberlain's Secretary of State
t-- f wruff of Atlantic contest is between democracy and Liniment freely, and giving it absolute To Henry Gordon. Sheriff Mar
loAtlantic -rest. For sale by all druggists. m
SQu t William a Saying plutocracy. TRAVELER. They all have come to me-even C all druggists, m
'l H Wound ollamp asnion Shouldaying Chestertown. N. Y.. Aug.. 190S. President Roosevelt. A woman may NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE MU- -
Tha', He'r Wi',ur4d-d companion ShouhldNTC FMEIGO H U
I Kiws What i Wat Who Pired Bullet n ot vote-I am not saying I want to TUAL MINING COMPANY
Is, Him pn the Iard Walk-F-eared THE TIMES-UNION AND ITS vot--but if you are a woman with ____
ar^FRIENDS money you are just as powerful as a Sealed bids will be received by
No** HM- %%:11 I).-Shiolhling Assail- FRIENDS money you are just as powerful as a A special meeting of the stockhold- board of county commission.
"t Hun, for,mor, Husband of m w m e o th aers of the Mutual Mining Co.. will be Marion county. Florida. for th- c
Wtm'a I Tbuo Far I'Unsuccessful-- So many kind things have been power in the political situation today. held at the office of the company at struction of steel bridges across
,T ,. r c u- said about the Times-Union recently r hear folks say that the bard times Oal, Fla. on Monday. the 5th day Oklawaha ver at Sap's Fr
.t.r.,n,'r.Fiern, Hisoun "that we owe our friends a public ex- will be over as soon as the presiden- of October. A. D. 1908. at S.on o'clockaMsC es
tr 14,n. a ath. Point of a Shogun I of October A. D. 1908, at 11 o'(
pression of the than* we feel: anti we tial election is settled. That is not
Mr Earl. R-turns to Her Hu- would deny ourselves a great pleasure true. We l11 not see good times, a. m. for the purpose of vo o a Atinons can be ha. at
bi.-i Wit Hrt' and tMrs. BarrI nif we failed to express them. easy times, until spring. There is go- the following propositions, viz: ci s o t
t. 4rit W. Wav- c, B Back to Mon-1 To in s te c l newspapers of te be a harAtlantad winter. AmericansAtlanta Georgia, or upon applicat
041.f ,%tie, KArl' ,,earcht tiAll Night Our friends are the newspapers of. in to be a haru winter. Americans said company from $200000.110 to to S. T. Sistrunk. clerk of the
a.n na' t.,H-, Let Hi b.iandi Falls Florida and a number beyond the have been too extravagant. They have $400.000.0o. andt to amend Article [ t cut court. Ocala. Mario of
1,,' ~isgh, Pr,, iatd H ay to Join Mrs. state in the territory reached by the ot to pay the price. of its charter accordingly ,
^ sr. P ,. l 0Tin r s-'nion. If we have any enemies The wom-n of America Lave help- inra tm Florida. Said bids to be d pened
Ka, iA, litt,,,ie To increase the amount of inabt
al M.r.. I-, t,. ,. Into at we do not know it: but if w. have any ed to make hard times. All they live edness or liability to which saidi -tw a o on nesa
Ham ,.I T'-al i.A..,'r. If.or ..tnse we have the advantage of them. for for. all they care for. is clothes-the rlat to which said coml dy f September nex the ra
Hato% T-..1l-' for I16tense *- panv shall at any time subject ite ,
t>Ii. ar,'ii Ib",lPlopments in we aretnot inimical in return. and th-. latest shape inhats,. the newest fan- from $200.00h.00 to $4its00.uj.. and to is el bi at he d igar m nti "
II paper that cherishes enmity hurts it-! gled skirts. And they are none too
I ,flt,.Uiftl ith,* S",, ItagtPetoamend Article VI of its charter ac-
t. kilitng ,of %\Itamn l Iself particular how they g,.t what they cordingly. boardresees the right to eet
he. Kltln I sla Wil la l We owe much to the papers of want or who pays for it. Oh. I am Ocala. Fla.. September rd, 9, C and all bids. T is
to-to r t,. v%%,,, ; ,,ar.1 Wv ill P lay, in- ; ,Clert o rardoofayou nty it.mOh .
A ,.rta, I'ar. !I, --4ftn Dt'tives< "Florida and have owedi it long. They not saying that American women are Gocala O. F. ARMSTRO ar o ty od
..w -r.nIt --Hftetm t~etectives I^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ GE3O. F. AWNTSTRO.NG, ^^p ^ ,
Prsoner-apt.enable us to keep in touch with the not moral. but I do say that they do President. I
idee,,,. a for and t,-e the sda--
a' ,, u., t'..n.,.I.i Matterm by in- ,entire state that we love and that we not care what price their husbands1I -

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meeting eof the bear~lto ho- be 1 as
Wpuesnegaay tho 91h -Iaw -if Aeploubwf
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granred iA T iISTMUN~K.
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quo!',, Wtnov &&I Bobo

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with the board of roinaty comams-
Pro for Marios roust y rPhnvids
application for pmounlt to wtil queft
wines &all boor in5 ..tes ~464
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show cause. if any 'herv ho at OW
meeting of the boarl to be bvW 48
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Clerk of the Boert ofat 4satyEVOW
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Ineorporafteel hav*fM04 with *h.. 'umeaM
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pe-rmi nflf !o4o&11iqu..r S'nms* 4%
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h.- ttilst (krala Thursday after- __ _
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mdtlt' ** ,' t,. i-a* ahh t IIh Send urs
r s'. W',i had.. Wholesale Grocers,
fl~tfi.< I *' to ( ir u 4 ; of Trioo- ^ "
tM .1-r- *f t tv*rT~it' l' i d'! ^^

ulall aall y Hal a nd it c I'.rp aionrs.

Kell u1 y .t e.d 1nrlh 511' thatl Bryanl had +
WOOLa Us owf I -troo, a sf hat

Ih ,, hai rl ..nt ,a e di' a ,.f er oe,! Mr
a aw n gl h- re Sedu orodr ehndeteodR lal r
I< Is h, ta.' hn, ot tai'h C A N NirED PA CE
F^ fio- i vi*** l tf il%#-r hin-s'< ^

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Io, mid theh he anr4a t cu r se. h ofo-
Mainia t... of i-n I.. n ri^ a^ h T eow no-o hw d- IS TH ST FF O

sird a l.S had *I *.- I ai <.mn n w l r for o | | y ou orders,

~4r w rater thn handlcontry
mvwtali amsthat osaid that BryAn ihad 00
1 If h .-.n th"i c h** el ion. but that 9 ^ ^ ^ \ LJB^ L ^
cihadnged, and2 and 3poundhnsPiePel onaches
Wilt h e T mi Watm oihkla h e t h l #- -par's ta-
triy hns. sh tno a as witle as hldneohr -
a m& thou"a nd d ea rs agon ., Tht* toilf,+r.!: ,"=S
be, IM ,,rmo vertitvoment owne'r-'d pot
pt l 4 lrtip.h wtr had gab e a_
Or T pt. i~rln <>ro r H...:i- ttttsn-l Sr o-^

W"h Ta "et" o"the to N s. second Grade, But the very best, PRIE ad al

.esl-fo ,yw' tl that f the of
SAb" m. o ande te Q lt n oon of I he t-
T/n m oaoy Hall and th corporations.
W tl a ted t bao l that Branldl hdPe -
ela ag ain* lmst a'rp bp causu he was re t
a Caefesiqirt e wlt' ile. and!said that dpm =
brW *Awl a dfiel egtov*m an.T; his^: law Nosi second Grade But-. th er etNP IC n O A I

He "md that the Itrtat Burse of ovir -
awtm is I ts hitter and unfortunatt- iss
plrtl-lM daa4n meo would vote for MO~'
Itbnr part- ratlwr than their country. n. -
- New Crop Georgia Elbrtas 2 and 3 pound cans Tat
*- tc~it* He ad that Bryan had ^ ~
Ierk+ ,r^^Ber cha--do. bthatd ^ 2 and^ 3 pound Pans P~.eaches
ll t ttclltlc of Christ that ^
1 tl fi todly as the y did near- _
fty ,< tbowaad .vwr a4ro. That if ^^
llm-k- prlKelpkw were ehanc~able a . ^ ^. . - ^ --^ - ^
*r Twiat would have to be w-rtt- ^ 1'"M"^* ^1^'^"
fl forpt thai the followers of ^
Ctv1tM r d1lidl into many distinct ^
_.__.,,,.o,,;. Car Load Tennessee Irish Pota
^*_ir are__-'- pursuing different ^

Mew to a c-non end.
KM Dorlowk Clotbed Tom Watson in 00""o
htoUa.ureaspth-' In 150 pound Sacks, ORDER QUICK
.ul'lts without splot or blemish.
if *Md libe wa- as pure as the driven om.
-. No am living equalled him in m-
prtty anl tcrdfstoeuf of purpose. b
M I ts the same today as be was yeos-_____
-" &d tb-h is no ny JUST ARRIVED Car Pure Bran and Shorts in 100 p
eMnh to buy him.
T brpak r bad the worst case of _
mgbeamas In the Other part y' s
__In l. othr Purina, Scratch Feed, Oats and Corn
45 but wi aabsolutely unable to de- -"SrF
-w the most aflutteeimal mote in his "
m at we Vever listened to.
.e mae a pathetic appeal to the m'
IM'er eN to land steadfastly by "-
M rtPiple oCo the party if they lov- o
4M th4tr country and their children. _
ftII wom I tshope and Its salvation. -
CAW1tIP H Lytle wast made presi- 450
ofov""'n"ndrf.t %"- Lets have your orders for Wash Boards and Ax Handles
owam q-rtary 00-
The> -le no other nomination
-:- -. .,. erenomij livery and Prices Second to none.
t0 d without oppotttion: a -
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