The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00502
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00502
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Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

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Bright and Parly Monday morning A special union missionary raliv
in -l pal-,rs of the ciy our boys and service was held at ,The Baptist church
,-r1- w-r, awakeLed by the thought Sund,!ay night. This was the thfr.i ,)f
ihat "sehooi open.- today." Momen- series of union rmissionary serviv-s.
*oU-,- w,, i- Ev-Uy child was up early j',nd judging from the trm.,nlos rlls -
a-;.; .a-:'*:. -,<,rching for books. i z r gation Sundlay night the ubj,-.r i.
,.hoo ,-ags, I',ieh baskets, cerrifi-ia nost popular one.
.,. + *c.. :;id, ,,r an hour before [bthe- I Owing to the illnp-s of his s.,:n. R-.v.
* .>. , ,,I .;.i. for the optnin ses- e :.- ,.'n,.r rtof the Me ho.-iisr ,h:.,.
S: 'r ,.'> ;~res:-n,-.a a dla-ing v,-ho v.i.s to have p rea;o -1',l, was .:,I.;'
-.- '1, -chool !,oys and .irls '; i, pr-sent. an l his v'lac vw tii -
': . -.: *.* a 'I h- ir way 'o th- .,y I)Dr. \V. H. D ,: ik- of ri> Pe--::.-
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I" .:i:;y :" nin, o'cloc-k tie :.ong s it VJ writrj : w' al'o ,1lie,., ; i
S.;2 *i: A i' ~'1 -T' 11 g ('i ths sc- hool l. spoak."
;:2. + ,- ,,':' bIl ;1 5 .sc5 hool c,)fl- E:. Do, rp soi, Ithat his tox nizh-
,.' ., '- *;,, ",, Wa;- v-ry litTle or ; first a f-lnce s-en( l frn 'reifn to th.
no ct,"':'- 'n -,,rT ing Tho. classes ar- s ,u jecT. !ut by a closer examination
r,.nL ,. 1 -, .1 'KS na.-A-l anI the i ..-o'lil be shown that the spit'ir of
1-,,sons a f-n1, :'.,r dh, ol';wi:ig ,lay' missions is brought about by faith:
vh.-n v..rk 'l-.s 'i trne-t. hat the church of the Lord Jesus
T., :..,ni:.a ,e7-.,,n v'as a iCf Christ has supreme faith in the ulTi-
o:ift .or ".s s0o:, :. .'. paDIIs .,'" mate triumph of missions.
:*:' ia ss.,--! ai: h. !,---s,)ns :'--i-'i- Dr. Do'i.- divided h.is sermon into
-' 'U..'l "vis lismi.---'(, i!n or;I:" tha" --veral subjects, among them being
:., pupil-; who w.,re I: .--..... t ri.i- the duty of the church towards mis-
'. ,, *. nxtio;; ii sI;.,1, I sions. the privilege of missions anl
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sion. i: inleedl v-.rv glorious and its own

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Dr. Dodg's sermon was a beautiful
and forceful one. and was charmningly
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ing, a few by accident, but the bulk of them by unr-nittint

attention to the bank's business.


T. T. MUNROE. President A. E GER.G '
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'imns today it will be .efl, n ,a ; r, n. ,,. r.., '
is to have three millinery o,-ninis hT. "'*, 1 A .1. '.
next week. This will be good nf ,, to -* *. .. .
the ladlies of Ocala and vicinity, whoi '"i r it:..- -
are always eager for the ,lays of thll ,'' I- t. ;:
openings to arrive, and The Co)I ,dy 'A., !ri;'
weather now is a reminder Tha' :,\w TL ,. 'W
fall and winter hats will soon be, 'e,,ry "by 'I,,.,xi f ,
necessary. | t. -i''.l~irtali .I;l !
On Tuesday and WVednesday. Oc-o -,t i*. FiI.". : 1 nX
ber sixth and seventh, Meslan. s l, lo ,! ist U ,)- )". *,.
Haycraft and DeCamnip will hold th-ir oil alll,.ian<.. .', 1,o I
opening, and the same days Miss Mary of th, uni,'r- a -*.
Affleck's will be held, while Mrs. Min- and al.-o of r. >.!In.t,
nie A. Bostick's opening is announced Il'nidr t hr li',
for Wednesday and Thursdlay. rho fruit.s of ,.f '.. *,
seventh and eighth. hily u',', 'ht. 1.,
Miss Affleck and Mrs. Bostick hav. t-11n .1;1 % f *.. h ..
been in business in Ocala for som 3 a1parr a. i i ,
years and they always have millin,-ry of fr'-h i;n. .i' n ,
thnt nleaes vervone7 ant V f 1.- ncw il ,, Th, :; I .. .

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: *...::.t. ni. that their openings this season will I'Pi" ,1 i", ,
.. '".*kman o,' Sot.hi Side. Mrs. A. L. Izl".r presidedl at tl' -,1)i- be as successful as they have been in r. l,.r -,i .-
nir; .iial ,ft the ( ir" ,' n' a hiring this. service, anm,! the ohoir the past. andi ladies wishing anything I 1t .i T;y h '..,,,4
, r ":i- -xrh t:n' H. *'.':,s cm ,o-:edl of Mrs. c. R. McK :an. in the way of up-to-date millinery will w'- ,,,I 1'.1, .r 'r
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'" '*". i '- ','3n:iz, d as s-:'rnion. i,''s.fll Th.is year their stock :s nor,
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six% 1.II't '4.-'* :*. f li Jdl oi French has bwen addled !o the high
~Sq, ~ : 9 -- T ~ .rt 'h rs.j) \ f,~Q)j School course this Year. and will lbe
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'i. .- :'-. .. "Frank liarris al l .s trimmone.1 h,'s they v-wil carry 4.v;*r
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;-i;'" ,easuV tail !rii, to) New ork also carry a lar ge stock of ponipa! 'r
, :y. Theoy .e Ichi, Ilac!s on.vil'e rats. hair b1. .ids,. iiff tc. I -. .
1.!11y1 mori).iIg oni ti',- Aripahoet. Rooemember the op,'ning ,l1itt's .n i:-ii
-vhich .'vas hiy for f e,,en h',.i.r- be on handt. 'h : 'A
ir ::..r on the trip( down. They hal r., l .
Z, Lost ,'njoyab!e visit in the nmetrloi- -I -GAVE MY DOLLAR-DID YOU '. x;,,-
0.!i. The loat sailed from New York h.., ,
at ;:2!' o'clock Tburslay afternoon. The Ocala Banner has reciveI ; 1',-vn .{,,
bIut dil10 no; gone I'lore than five miles consignment of those now fam, I r',is i ,.s
d!ow: rh- harbor when she had to an- gave my dollar-did you?" bvl)tn,.. ing r.r'-(,ir
chor for the night on account of ,! an,! they ar to)h lo.istr i,,te,! :.;it,' ,I,:ucrirt s.,.-;
heavy fog. The fog horns, bells anl the contributor- t,) th., Bryan (,am- 1h.i: ii. ,
signals wero sounded all night loni: pain fund. I: Kl k
The ship was anchored just beside We have o.nly a liniit!.vl i nim!,r fIar ;',d ', v,.
th? Mur-tania. which had been lvii:i these buttons, b,'a as long a-: "h.,- j)i :'l j11.1
at anchor all ihe nigbt before. F'i- last we will supply no,- ,o e\vry ,'.,n. t;.riAn. f,'
dlay night the fog was again in e.i- ocrat who contriburt,-s ais mith :', .1 : i.A1 .3x;',Ir
dence. tli, Araiiahce lha' to slow ,t .-,. dollarr to the Bryan andi, K- i'ri ;.!' n.s 11 1
7!.' i h, vdar".ing signals had Io h al paign funl. :ll ths,,- .v),ho h:;, il! !; ', 1
fl')ivW ''ve'ry av. minutes thr gont-i r' ral' ,)nt''iblltnl (on ..--'; :it, 'l-~ ':* -9 -.
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Snt' -n i (,,'I:- '" Suilnday no^-iiii. '
- '. -' t1 rh '*e it '-x in thr atetr"mi THE TIMES-UNWON'S WRITE UP OF !,., "
".,, ir,- .l d: V '. ro, :o ',' .I ,: '-. OCALA
'-i''' i'n{g to (':; 1t"li 1ho tr;in TO O ca'I -- '
B9.,:,)' go;ii" !0o NOW v York Mrs. H.aitrs j Sun: 'v .s Ti ,s-.'nion E>',i ,,,l ,*'"' '1
'nLId Mlis- H arris wore .r Sal,.,.<. ",. t'i ;', a ,>; v.'rit,-1) )t of Ocala ;ind ii ; .. "
<\. for three months. industries, organlizations, .-tc.. '... Mr
I. E Robinson of the Tirl-.4I'nioli I,'.:
Mr. Harry' P;!ner. -,vho has a i, 'i- r,.,u in this city. Thtre, w-t'r it:i.r "' "f '
:im with -e -Ho1 !,i'r Pho-lphatt, ("'-oll- rnriber of illlustrations ofr Ocala ,.'i-. ''1" I''. r
,)w', y .t .Inv\"I'l,-" s-- -; ht;l ': I' ,er. z'Is and. a ci t of "our reW gov Ir ',*'.'1 aI ( io ui r -.
sp a r Sunday -anI .Mr oi. ,av il (),':I;,i ht :it.I. it I4. '1 '
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lIAi$VUSL9 -- AS ONCNOR | leo of land down on the Little Ok _C GTOV ER N O and Miss Altahula Beck has departed
lawaha and Silver Springs run, is A JV CJr | NIN NiJ for Dallas to teach
s l w ar Or"e nr clearing the trees from a large por- Those who will attend the High
TW .r~aumilbp efoi MI.i stel- 1ion of it in order to make a better PLTT DICTT I "T TPTT 'I T iSSchool in Ocala are Misses Mabel
b Uer,, #@*t9frf ba *at prnt on pastur.- for his stock. lL1 1C I Beck Sue Haycraft and Messrs. Rob-
I % wNI, *'ttht iil Th Mr. P. T. Randall went up to Ocala I iert Ferguson and Gary Beck. Ths
'v ll'- e usa CATNCHM ort Berlisn puisganduGaly Be Tromour
,, ,,, t 4o nt-a-) Tuesday CHATTEN CHUM. 1 ,Former Gov. W. S. Jennings return- the words th.at flowed from the sil-' four Berlin p graduated from ourI
ltrlo-. ar Ift'lni sil hBr on IF 1, yesterday from Chicago and his ver-tongued Nebraskan. school last season.
W A a i n- .1t,, arfin'- BELLEVI BRIEFS :our of the north and middle west i Will Carry Big States iMrs S. t.isn a r i
aft_ with Hon. W. J. Bryan. democratic The governor says that he address- nnie Atinson. a n a t o n
r H, %. .o: ha- a.h-..i h.,ayi Sp-cia! Cor. Oca ia Banner : candidate for president. ed a large number of overflow me t- Their many friends here at he ,!i
,t ntn.- t;%in Tuck, away in the midst of anal-r Gov. Jennings left Jacksonville on ings himself. Having been requested home" are anxious o see them
I* .. I Nr aat .. hr- h most impnetrable forest, cluster l September 4 for Chicago. to assist by Mr. Tomlinson to confer with tI s
b--..Tminohope they wiihl visitBrnt
o.. .. namfland i m d40 atouo with giant oak and hickory the national democratic campaign Bryan club bureaus and various corn- a rs rn hv r
I wo %,I.. ,.w* t ?. 're in a dense piece of hamm)ck 1 committee, but upon his arrival in the mitrees in charge of the party work. . Frnk h i
a ., ,9 t '-,nr landl olj..rvable from none of thevWindy City he was requested by an o ascertain as far as possible theurn from a t M
e ~ .'a.A t f. l ( & h rv :r^ public roads that pass it oin as' Chairman Mack rto take charge of practical workings of the Bryan or-ok a !.
),-,., =). ,. ,n,. ,i rnactica.lknworkingt fe of the Bra r 3Jr. andi Mrs. D. [. Grahamri ,! ( ; e
to o .1 tn -410 man i&-s known to but few anl the itinerary of Mr. Bryan's tour. ganizations at various point.. viAie-., haivil will visit rla ,.e :'"'
S., I. ,, .. n::na al.)'Lsl, guar,,d Oeven by those, feWn which had ben made ip from tta ii;.- says he s aw and conferred witph a w e k
h' -a o it wheraos.ii,-; n -at o;'i .is elstrar campaign n"eat many prominent n -n ilpromi-nr. V. a ..... ina:i ..., .
S, .* ,. "*., t.- A: -. ,. ,pr. i'-t b tst kept anti mnos, tour. e aty co ncils in *he svra
,,,,, W .. ,! ,,,. t .. ,;i.r i,. th:" ,.t.r .- .groves in F-orl .'l : : Tfli.n -l on has ':-,:,.- '1
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. -.,, r :.,-: all, .il.- a ,-f. Enthusiasm in Abundance ifor its in O ':ia ,. .. a
da ,l f E .g o .e- ,,: ,! ..r:iad ove in c l.i i i,. ..aid ,n n e ona' tl,.1. ap OarF t(, "' .
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S- -.. r )ller. rci l Prs-- Ti \ vin r t- home slate of the rtiml li :mi canll.!iant ,, w will to ., *,..
.. ,- ,,, .. . ,- w l ke) n,-a' tivc of' *hl- 'ni'et Pr's-" Major . i some : llowanee should i ht inai. F -t S,' ol. wil mat h, h,,n
o! w 11 t-p, n--a !\- triim-o
,, ,' ,r....... .. "..i .,ro,.n-nbur,-nd grap'ui t:-ees ^Dickinson. representatives of the lNew says he 1di4 not s(-ee nor h.-ar of.\. H.. (. -av:r. :.,
SMr H , -..' ". .... vl,,1 p ar airer ar h.hir York Herald: Rob)ert Adamson, rep- democrat duringg the entire touIr that a ,,
ow U a 9"4o% *r Ft'n'?v, Tta*. up seiq)%tar afprear their rp r n r- -.E io..
nt r.sentativo of the New York World: is not supporting the partyvs ticket.
o, w ,,. e .-,.,fru:, an, return th, owner o r Ocala Thrsday o i,) -ho"::-
Ue* .I-, I I P,.,,,r ., p .. ,, -hek-l. for his neve-r ceasing Irving Norwood, representative of Bryan's Endurance Remarkable Mr. Viliiam DeHon will .. .. t
SThu- ha m- zillnct an care. Such is the grap-the Washington Star; Jno. Snure, rep- Speaking of Mr. Bryan' physical for St. Prersburi.
ta 4%-ark .- 4;- (. %-a. fridt gra d of Mr. J. H. Hilton. one Of resentative of Munsey's thirty mag- strength and endurance, the governor Miss Ethel Turner anI h'rt:,-.
9a. r 4 )- --. lkl, a frntit gra ,- of Mr..1. H. Hilton. one oft
- I t.-r nl ir most worthy and estemd winter azines andl papers; W. E. Pugh. rep- says that it is wonerful. anl that he Fred. of Stokes Ferry left for w r. :ait,
tw, Mr R r i,,)rs. and ir is a rare and pretty resentative of Scripps' thirty publica- left Mr. Bryan in excellent condition. Saturday. They will atteni the Hit1 i
J f TAM J 4a I 'r.w a-. I n Hra s ty .ianrt packing of the golden fruit for the Baltimore Sun; K. 0. Smith. rep- began the tour. to the city by rh.ir tarher M1

Sl- ,f Mrs ft P 1, *l. b.ma- a.a:n ws" ,f town. known to but few, and The governor estimates that Mr. men paid their fares on the trip, the Miss Etheo Morris. a cii:';:tr.
NO~sIt O sibb~mi- ac~n o tow. knwn t butfewandBryan spoke, in the aggregate, to f iil-saea ordinary psegrsy
S ar. al *b p ,0 ) -r hv fwr, it is a place that Etlle- Bryan spoke th aregate to same as oinary passengers, sa young ly o Port Ingi- ...:
bI I m,,- I fnM RAtm Pt iwi-.: should be proud of. ly 500)0o) people on the trip. the Governor .Jennings. Eighteen tickets rough Martel Saturday. on h.-'vv ,
S-k Sh e, a ib th. M Hilton. th,- owner of the a,,ove crowdIs to hear the perlss leader wre re-quired for the special car, anle o t1u 'Cito of Sweet (rseac. w..
"^ Mr1 R1.1 r. ,,.ps ,- f.,r ,. trie,.,- Htrove. is one of our oldest being greater than in any previous there were just eighteen members of she will e a pil at the aa H
* 0*1 .1a' ,*a,. ',-, ,0 a44 r.la-,-n'."r visitors, having seen the town aJipaigin. The gri-ates; crow,d to the party until the .ar 'a(:he il thi Sc)ol.
__ 4' *,< !: Nt, almost from its inception hear Mr. Bryan ar any one place was west. when the numberheI rwis'. nr- Agntr- (;iieins ofth .\lan'i, )..-
TIN. ,.0, has r"':. .rti.. M. ..- .".- n t r-iring in his dlisposition. at Cincinnatir. wh-re the auiiw'ncp edl ro tw-nlv-sevn. Line at Mart"i. is now rthe ag,,' :
.- ,.. and frank to all charitable an~i was e.T imater to number fully l1"1.1',". (o\v- .Jt-nnings says that it is his be- (:
IN -.r... M M, ; 1' 'w C..iion. a lover of b.:yThe cr'ow'l was so groa! that many lief thai Mr. Bryan will h1w T. N. tt.,., I M. 1\ A"lnnzoa a. i;i, ". Such is Mr Hilton as We failed, to et within goot ear-shot of presi.enr.-Times-I nion. Se.t. 2: .,r ar tO 1the roinl t) lie.n for )t.,
i"9 AI 11 L z |., irn.,r :1 1 o hi... l town's pop s - Ta NoTh n, a .
all a,. ,* -+-+I ,.pnIvdi.n ,, e.r t ldn. First to come in the fall andMA JAT ATLEX yT CLAIR-ABRA In rulin)lig noises as ySt
* Oh. & A r( rr"t ntrI ;--. last T) leave in the springhillr is some v,:I' tine AI. ,"" ."'
Ml"- *l.e I -L t2,4- hA ,, h in'- ,onc, '.. Open and close the season. I ON Nt7T VOR C7T"IIT TT'TT INT or se('tion, but th- ', i..- '.
Mi. a ~ Rh ~tttt'.. ~ m prsn trjj i 1 WX .L 311 ii l.IN.I x,,~ll-to-do. ansi we ,.,o n,, 'hi, ,:,..
01 )o' Milll-) ;,. rii (^ti |h.' uliirnllu !!, ,r ;"i.- inean person tried to poison {
ta"% f t" .t, *n4 *n Innilia a th, ;-- l'- i,-longinz to Mi ie ani 'v t t ..,late on the w )o.i
d 0rtrMif E ..anor Trn.eret about, a week or iI jl Maj. Alex. St. C!air-Abrams is on a Englandt country village: andl a very ,Mr. Miabe Phillips ro Mr K Itr I'4,,.-, ,, ,ara. k'nt i.: i- a.o Passing by the f-ence onr visit to New Yock City. and in a let- large elen-nt in the repui!!1-an ,)artr. Ocaa Friay.
Iio )a*) ,,t. ,,, ,o .a Mr (,or "h,"* wst side this person threw a large tet to a trnt which is printett in in the metropolis, that iees not be- Our sick list seldom has :o i, ma :, '
4-. *ill b., '., hnn-l h w lieve in any[Sing like Puritanfsm or ,;p. Miss Lot:i., Mills. rh, h. '":"',,'
_i b. , ,., ,* hn*v-t) ,) '-,p)a,,lal~ ihp io ,it the Jacksonville Times-U nion. de- . ;, ,^,
a -1 he wI't -i thw in (poala Idhe i poarini Passing on by the htusO church government in civil affair., in- laughter of Mr. and Mrs (;,-o V I
T r n . Iam-t, M0.,'rt W' ', lnied and went west towards scribes the political situation in New tend to knife him and will do so if Mills. is the only person rhar w- '..tn I
W) rrn ti 4wua in hani.' I 'h.- front stret. thinking they were York as follows:: they can get somerhng in return for recall on the sick list at this ':-."'
*- l*I'MIo *i a*m th<>,- a:;,,r-, t Inlh.srv-,i. but owing to the watch- That the prospects of democracy it. ing. The many friends ,of Miss Mill'
999 r Pe"sak ajl ant Ma' h fuiln.,,s or Mrs. Temere. whbo went im- have greatly improved during the So you see. the vote of New York, wish for her a spedy r-roverv
*^ Te Tnlm,,u H, r., WaI'-r', nie.,liately and seized what parts of past few weeks is quite cear, but as which is essential to the success of Msr. Edward Collins of Evin.,,n n
v',wn HMar"v Pal.-v an. Ull.in th,* -w-, t potato that had not been for being confident of Mr Bryan's elec- Mr. Bryan. does not depend upon any Alachua county, is the g':es: o, M- ,
:,'*n and administered antidotes to tion. that is more than I feel like say- question of principles for national is- and Mrs. C. C. Stevens
U^ P"M i,- ah aid, 4r- J,,. o.ufteract th,* effects of the poison, ing. sues, but largely, if not solely, on 1o- Rev. Z. C. Crumpton is out af;ir :
( i, <,,('" ..'n,, i,,. \',! ,.,- the pzgs woulh probably have ,lied. The fact of the matter is that for cal issues peculiar to New" York. week's illness.
|ib ., b *h,. "',h r-.i.'i,,. A.s was they were very sick for a the first time since he assumed the As a prominent democratic politi- Mr. Chas. Rawls has ju,,t r,',,-i -i
,, w" H.* , i aur,'ha-.-! e, ujple of days. Mrs. Tremere states leadership of the party, there is cian said to me night before last, at from a two weeks' vacation in inS.,'h
* U 'd.t *, has alit ir H.rtin 'ha, ,ni of her pet cats. about 15 quite an industrial, commercial, as the Hoffman House: "We shall try to Florida. While down the ,-"ai M\ 4
Nh,,, i ,-il t1 ,h.. r, ...ti,, ,, var.s old. ,tisappeare,! a few days be- well as financial element which will get Mr. Bryan every vote we can. but Rawts took in Tampa. St i';e-r".r' '

I 'ar O aa ,% .. i ,, ,,,r in -*"',' tih incident related above andi support him. I do not think, howev-11 t!il yo,'i we can't do anything with and several other places Mr R.w
L.,,POW *t>..i A. An i n, ''n -ho, be!iee-s that th, poor ol0, er. that his election is by any means the district leaders if they have mace came home one 'lay last wI.. .
OW S,&. rs"W,,' P ..-O-f, ,Ir ni. .a Cat %hih was Miss Eleanor's baby a certainty. He cannot be elected utip their minds to swap Bryan for: was met in Ocala iy his "a'h.r Xl
a '4'w r^,,.n ,i a -: la. ainat in her infancy, was poison- without the vote of New York. and Taft so as to secure the state ticket." I V. B. Rawls.
Wt m h&. , ,). ,., t ,.'i. .%b in the s..tni manner. Such actions here seems to be the trouble. All th-is. of course is very bad from Mr. ani Mrs. Mt(. ('a:'ra'A: .. .
g b.-r *.n I, .-- ,--! ., '%i! ( onl\ react against the perpetra- Poiltically. New York is under the the standpoint of political princip)les. family, who ar to liv- n iz ";, i.
,,W W'.. .. ,'.. ?. government of local bosses, and these but it is the real situation here. Un- r;sid'l-nrs of Sanford M.- :E. 1
* h,. s,, ,Mr' .. Mr. Fannie Ramsidll Davis wa.- a make deals with each other. A very less. therefore, there is a lanisil in (arrawa is a )inl 'vri.
"llm * ',. t I: .. .t:ant \isiror to ouir little town laii cnsideralle element of the republi- ) behaf of th, ,iomocracy, I wo'il no; t 'bronic!e w:;(h ,in,,.- I,; -,
-, f. ; \l.,n.ai\ M rs Davis i. l spen'ini1 a c'an followers opposed the nonina- be suri)'cised if New Y.,rk selate is ,ar-' in Sanford b ,r-s f:v,,:i, i.,;-".', '
,' ... . .. .;' ,'a..' ,-,ko a har ?arent-, h. ti o of Hughes for governor, and it is ried !'y Taft by a small majority, an I'. -r si-r-r. .M:- .I.,:li,. : .'.
too' .t (, M .1t .. f>:l S',' *'Mx c's to o I)ack t,) oi 1.l1 aik that lhe will be knifed right, i he i* "ocri'it"c state ai ,! ani oni a "i'q' ns.f "
l .i. ; I ,I 1. i ;.. '...Vk and left. especially in lThe larger cit- ticl-e" ''I. -cr!eil y ,-c('isi"e ni;.jo l'.v M :'. .1 \\. ;i;1i --' ) t..
U'. \ a t \' *-' . \ '. *t < "i hron ic!, 11., .a .ct o i,^ of t he state. A A v\-.rv lai'..a :" .... n *l... .e"( i, ni. .Vh c' \l I)M .2. \- s l....-t Mrs. Snow iis T'h-e a'( a Ilil l-ors (,1,.:i'.1nt tl:t a4 tll'- 1i "j !ilicjin i'artv has c.:tni!'on!.'; fo)r if,- I ti\ .'siyV ('i':'
S'% ', '.. .0\,,';,"I to1l9 in:i'.u';;ill Ti s ,,ai has been agre !d upi)on. whe'reby1 a li'libilter of y tars, is sald to ha;'. its M i-s .\5i', St'l,,'- si ,- i, i
I, A -; .. 1.- h i.gh sIanI{arad whi,- : th. Taft e'.et s are to .get the state., k.nifp whetate, and1 enshta',Led-, I a If for ) Oral a Mi si v a'- o
SI '. .a S S '.of\i the deiocratitc ticket be electe(l. Highet.s. anite cr of this eim:,n' "t'e F'frr v t. i; : 1:,
( ", ' -" :. ;"'. V, .^ M l,!i !,.y un~i, r Ith, *.li- The New Yo-rk politician of both ipar-; is to) figh,., to(r Taft anI ,(,mi ,,'ra'K i ij: iih Scl'h, l in (),:,'.:,
lw>o K -- ,. ,* ,,- ** , .) Fi r Slau. h',^- iD n s iposs+--ses aji easy consciel ce j tickort. while in rttirn for this is th<1 Tl.:(' M ..:.
S,-. ,: ", -., M:- C,:-s oult again. at- which does not scruplle to knife his coiintetr-cry'v. vote for TaIft, an'id T !
r'*, .. ,' : .. !, .' or.wn',s ov ticket if any mnatrial benefit do mocratic state ticki-. iby t':ii o- E'VNSTI BOARDMA AN
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Debility, Backache and Headache.
Mrs. Tressie N<,,L-on, 609 North 5th Ave., NashvIll,
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>. y '..'efr r.~x- -. ~ ~hf 0 '4 r's eaharI tomMOM e TRESSIE NELSON.
,1. )an. ONl am oth ,wor~~<.:.:.:.:<.:- a had -ri banckys mIache or P6I 1
.r.I i sh Mrrs cilomewhere and really life was not worth
... no.T C! MR. ck v T) i l ci s. i ,st Sunl i ,orni theeffort I made to keep going. -"
.. ... i n ," p r I. th.. ,errr. .l-n,. Wi n h a a n rood friend advised me ptocul e-
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Io o Fo ia f Iis vislip tiirn-tripwhen ofna and Icwa rglad to try anything, and
",-. -t ";n, yas, ,- l': n ,- lt7 ,Plal h. t1a ran th 1) over I am very pleased tosay that six bottles
S.M. .. ,, rok one- o ftl.. .o ,I h es made a new wamanll of me and I have no
-t.,T . ph);or n t ,o1e "Oakrr Tihe :at also i,,ing more pains afend life looks bright t aozin."
S..- i. a ",'. it, j .- adage. Mrs.- , There are a great morany pha aes ofn
,_'":. ,'n! wallth losom i'no Ak I isoy r- n ahta wea, h ro- wom is averylmay ents that require theast -
se "n ,,. all, 'h,-r 'k ni rlo i!, m stance of the surgeon. h en
".A. 7 H 1o ,3r1,37 n,,ir T.1 11%. i, But by far the greatest number of
i h t such cases re amenable to correct ...
ant,. i:,t!. The ,. r.. ,.W ,S ,1 Therc atre areotmanyph of
.... ....MRS. ,ANDERSONcraft, i. r... ... i site.of Awvastomultitudethofwomenqhavetbeen,
,.the,,ecidlent, which 3ccurreaI after relieved from the ailments peculiar t.
pn'i n':a,,:r1irk.knian! h a nin ,atrilpto a ,.from; their sex through the use of Perun as
~ r~oJack .-orivljllC prescribed by Dr. Hartmnan.
v. whi-h hai-e he,"n zien for .11-z. IEe receives many letters from all parts
L. Anerson of Florida..whisVs- '. F of the country relating to subjects of
,g her0".ister. MrKHenry Peeples. rRor a vital interest to womankind.
Pi-.Inwont avenue, was the lunch- city several olays this an, lst wek. Of the va t multitude of women h br.
"A I i r lo _,avin,!Wednesday for her home in Hartman treats annually, only a small
)l Mrs.ntwta- heisrn sIo Lynne. after spending a short while per cent. of them confide ot neesPary
-h orn with he --an.d,-btrat.r.IE.tRe- nto write to the Doctor.at ....
,ST.' in Decatur.......h......n"," """Mrs. E.,,- While it is Dot affirmd that Pnru.a
,hirh were fall blossoms. in rhe v1ier.-'Mrs. Rogers was en route we relieve every a rse of this kind, it is
use and therorch Parlor wi..s Aori- homo tromrBattlelCreek. \Mich.. ee""Iy the P1it Of fw
I by nwahses of gollenrod ar,-shpandI" her son. ,E- Rogero th s oa a1
d byl aons Onatenluncean tae landot- y 11 -i a s wk.,I iASo

I., plan's. On the luncheon table
was mIass-il a radiant centerpiece of
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Ilca:oul- oTn' of several courses. Covers
were lai<; for toen, and the occasion
w-vas a happy refunon of the o,! friends
or M1,. An4!erson. who was Miss An-
ira \\'\lk, '. an,. wh..)-.,' tirst visit to
\Atianta rT is i- tor several vea-s.-A,'-
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ter is now at his home in Jackson.
Tenn., and both are much improved
in health.-Lakp City Inlex.

Miss Ethel Haycraft. a talentedl
young ladvy from Ocala. is here on a
visit to her aunt. Mrs. Sin.glpton. Al-
thoumzh only f oirteen years of 3io,
few can *',j'ia" her in prtformlin. ( on,
'he :)i an,'. auin she bils fair to trainn
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a n~ ot*he-r points in *h, moln-ai-m ;of; C Y
North. Carolina. -an, witllai- ~i
,a Ii. aTern part ot North Ikr.ta

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!'~-he p,-.i~~i of groOd, vvl-1
* t:.~andA tha velvet b'oar aw.
afl a A. ~ 4! bi always be in ,v
-i- *:' in too~l. 'A~dd"t1 to t~i!7 arl
C i i Japaust s u ,,a r'a n,-.
Th.. kitl-r is not as well known a &
., V tiii iea- a stock fi:e~1. fo7 it i,.
Ii- L,~~*~.~~ it is e ry littit-
* a!. J~;r~ea crop of lone
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* .'~ tV.~- fond of it. For -tc-
f t)!-our winter mot .-,
T :. -.xA in protuision. .-o 1iir-

r. I! w~*~r .h.2' 1,,-:!in:x u litha

~ ~cow ft~-d #evt-r,

.u~~lit and rt-a1~i

I Building Up Milkers
yh ounz ~covI\X ., p--r-

I. :r. '. w~t:rY- h o-, or four
j, **-of T L.- n-vxtfreshing p'-.ri i
'* a: t. 2 1 w nt to leT u,,-,at the *-n ;of
y ~ .. x '*r s-%---.n months. bu ion't 1C7 ii- r.
L-r at 1:'. an~d ti-e #.Xt time
ll.. %"aiit To dry iuj* S() sooii Ln
%%,-i on('1- canlea:-iiv bliii iq a
W~jn'*~ ye* ~ I. t ---rioilml ',i 'k-'-s. yWI~ijc'" e
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IlT.S 2 2!i. ~~I !%b Wtl Zfal in-ni- :n
.A;ina: fri- : et .1 n''71- ~ hr t in the wat-r.r Tilerte
'I : ~a ~~3i ~necv#-z-arv in r~at-
---* I a.....t~i go be- eSh!W-.i,~ a
t* '-,. I'*r i ~-r from last cl~urning to rilAt-n
t' 2 the' rrs-an,. anA, if. th* *-teperat tre is
'Arming v 11,1 above Ct; and the cr.-am properly
lit "0- B 7 ipenofl. "wcan _g(4-butter in from1
r- alia"'& an fit.-en to tweny minutes.

l.p'nerents to be Used

in at! 'g :"arn: W use a cream separator. in fac;.
',. b ai. a r.<, no one should engage in dairying
*,- >t\-, in 'hi wiTh.)u" one of these useful machines.
..i gc.*t'rl. "'"y ; v 'es a smoother and more uniform
(iq:ality if cream than by the gravity
pr,-'e.s,% and, consequently a higher
SJqe^ ra{,e of butter. The creamery or
S,id ?a> ,.'" ii:nilk house should be away from the
.,, tr.. j., a ,.,w barn to be clear of its usual
"' '!,, ,h> i.() -s The floor should be of cement,
*.* ,'P,?, I' ,1' atd everything kept clean and swee*.
S ,a ,. I' ":;!,i A a, cr-am absorbs any and every odor
1' ..- \o)u (.,,! t Cones along
,aI,,*-., t. barrel churn should be always
.*. ..,'.. n- 4', Nvor use a ch rnm that ha-
S,, '. ,- ,,r .. i-.h. r- inside of it. for th -t brei'a.k
a "' .'. fa. tfo!l+u in the crea ti. anli t!.-
.' ... I' ', "!'- <:: ',' an inferior q,:ali'v of
v.,, " <'h'i:',':n= show l.i I)- s' ,.,; -d
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OU never saw a more attra:tiv< -w if

good clothes than we're ready 0) s.,w

you right now for fall wear.





clothes, and the new colors, new w'ca %es.It.a?

fabrics are as rich and varied and i't.ict:t

as clothes can be.

In addition to the

newi br IVA

tans and animal colors which h.1 \


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show you some fine blue series, b -i:k

ots and thibets, such as every mav':

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Ocala House Block. Leaders in Style Fit and Quality.t




Offlc Yange Block.



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


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Opposite Banner Office

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Invites you to see their Grand Display

of New Fall Goods.

All the New Shades in the popular Susine St!ks at

45 cents per yard.

120 School Suits for Boys, worth $2.50 to $4.00. a

job lot, prices $1.50 and $1.75 a suit.

For Men we have 25 dozen Blac.k Sateen Shirts. rcg

ular price 50 Cents, our price only 35 cents ca:h.

Boy's School Caps for Only 10 Cents.

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a "' ,t~* 1 h i-. ,1 .. . + I T, .- : .. *-,a ,l((a.~aaatf l. .. ..(o n I[ I l i I
S1- .. ... . .... ...r. ns that might have been other- or cure. o r of \- i i h a
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It wil b* rse., B3 s" f ,( ,nil
..h* *"o Thi c:1.y ,n ,,.1I' ;' inl jil iMR. CLEMENT APPOINTED TO cool-hailH wh,-n trouble brew. He E. H. Buffum who sppn Mrn* i.',1vi, ,r:n.niTii him in on the aa- ARMY SERVICE is worthy and aleservinI1 of the titlpI mers in Rhode Island and Us winters aftr r ,
'!:- i4 C IL train. I he townspeople have ,;sen fi TO call in Tampa, will soon arrive in Tampa Mrs. Art-ir a, . a
Hs ::- i'hv alrln~ina:vy ofa"~llfII. *.' ~ "
D .. wi!. livn- i p!,.-,--:, -.,-lur Clenlent of D--nrel-|hini- honest and haIlly "John."- for the winter, and with him will wil nak. h,... ," f h
t-:i;!l St',ir,!.'v b,-.,,re .lu.*l Bll. la.. :'.; o,'An u;poinred by the war Tuesday's Times-Union. come W. L. Preston. another regular Mr'. M*wara
,':a.ar'm. n; second ieutenant in winter visitor to Tampa. These n- Mr. r -,1,.. a ,,j. 'a,
MISS ATKINSON ENTERTAINED 't.1.,,, a:, iLry of the regular army. Comrade C. C. Priest of Anthony tlemen have large holdings in (orange a ,. .
:r. | r l nm 'iut vas among those who was in Ocala Wednesday. Havin- re- groves in this section and are amn t, .n t ..atr, ,,
Xl i- aVII r-tiArnpil from a vaazdt to th
ai-- .'I.. .\ ,. '. ., ',.Ia,"' : ,.ik a,., a . iA,;Taion Lat Fort L[savn-1 (. : r- ,:'u!,r from a visit to the the most enerprising property own- r.aa a h *
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a aT a "its.ai is aa tlaa,+:nlfl a a Vi iT o 9va
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, T.~ a a, At aa aaa a. ,, h . 'h [r > -t ** '
S\r i :oitr ns Carolina than ours. and will r. N.Knoblock, one of th sub-
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'93 *-- '- ---J -.^ 9 -S ^ -0



The editor of this aperr has just
Si returned from a two weeks' viAit to
New York City. and while there was
w a national democratic headquarters
1at the Hoffman House several times.
SHe had the pleasure of meeting Mr.
Bryan. ex-Governor Jennings. Chair-
Soman Mack, Mr. Josephus Daniels,
I chairman of the publicity committee;
%1Mr (Cummings. chairman of the pub-
S4 it M hlic speaking committee, and quite a
V *ni4 i., Ik and h.' ia y i number of other prominent democrats
p p..u, ,., ai .. ta,, i mnl i-,lf the froni all parts of the country, and
t r,. a. ..l< >e **rt i fr the were all exulting over the pros-
lb Ps., ,h.114,. A f -.1 ,-.. {.. .r
*.*6 *411,, I*-ctive success of the democratic par-
S, ,,a,.' .,,l s r',*., the g,-bl Tr.. The news from all sections of the
f r. "* ., ,r..ar,.
... .. h ,, *::h .'r' tl.tit country is most cheering, and the re-
,. r jil' tihicain.- are wor-se frighbtenw,! than
,,, ,+&' Y all. i,' a h-:w ;'e' i in a number of years.
I'art-.-.- '-i it cannot feel the pu)b-
,,* "1' ""h 01"1 *, 1iu,-, a:. wvell as tno-t at '.enio-
,' "-. * .'. " : low.'" e.' !o:-11 tiheiir oioinion very
S.t.. t '4 k '.
i r..*:.'". 1!,,'tnl ;lit, ewv.slap .er-. 11a
..... "t.. r. -r.i: it -,,% that no7viitiz;taiili!ng
,. i Y,, : ('itV it Iidlh,- is!'U;t c t 'VI
,' V,'l~~~~a i f,'. Ill-lh c(itv i.' e-;i(a
r.. ,,, l ', t, \, t York \V,t.l,i an.I lh,
>a,'- Z-itniiz. Thut' \'o,'i, i only
POPA NO APRI&. Editor. .;';:it llry, an afint-h-arte.' su,.lor'
P. V ,eo,,reeC. ..en-e Manager. l,.* ,.- ,** I.';':-.t 1-k nti s-ippporiing hinii.
S--- ...- ----. id 'i., ; FADOAV OCTOBER 2 1908 ,'3lMlan Th.'r, is nothing, it may be
... . S. I'i tiitr.-itiallv. Inor' neededl than
** -Pivin. |iro.lrer-ssive democratic nlws-
Crel J wt -f ah, -,.l A ii kl.,u, iY,..rork City. However,
O, p, s, ,' 4. ,-. .i- l, ,,. h altnaional ( )onmllittPe is receiving
lw,' ,q .,'E *_., r,-l.,r, irom.i all sections of New ork
-, 77 1at .. anti unless it is simulating
S. ..,,f [ .a lrtlliy is very nmuch elated and
t..' Ite I, t ,W h. i, at
. .r... r., ot"*-!ic- a sw eping democratic vic-
___ ____ ory
JAM. S l r 1;!i is also elate,-!. His

Without boasting or glee, the peo- -
pie of Jacksonville have ample cause Could anything more thoroughly il-i Reddick, Fla.. Sept. 23. ,,
for congratulation and thanksgiving lustrate Roo-evelt's character than To the Editor Ocala Banner.
hio o an thaksivi1 Dear Sir-I shall vote agains-t th
for being spared from the calan-itio his rush to ludgeon F oraker whn Dst
"oI constitutional amendment giving );i,-
experienced by other sections of our Ithe latter was down? Mr. Rseveltour state colleges the proce-.- ,f
country the past few months. How-Ihas been a most courageously vocif- I one mill levy on all the taxable ,rop
ever, no one knows what a dlay may erous man in attacking siad(lows a.,A jerty in this state for these rea-oi.t,:
.~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ -; r-tr ~ c*a rio n a n -- I believe we should be very s i- ,:
bring forth .and we may yet be vis.t- creatures of straw or men in a si- I believe we should be ve sljw
.. , , ..r !* hanging our constitution. andtei\
ed with disaster and death. tion of hopeless disadvantage. "Don't changing our constitution an ii
That taking the appropriating po),'r-
The ravages of high water in the kick a fellow when he is down." is a from the legislature anal substiz:vlin
south had not all been told betor. tLi. nmeaningiesI phrase with Mr. Roose- a one mill levy for these fout st-h ),i-
destruction by awful forest fires came velt, for that is precisely the tim" i would be very expensive ani h'urf I
to alarm and distract many people. he can kick with the o:. -i Mr. ) th- b-.s: interests of nm.-t o: t..
Canada and Wisconsin are now inr 'aI payrs of the stare
....~~ , a ososvelt has veiled -inl -1iripliedf an, i i *
the very midst of blazing flame an'! Rvlt has ied r. believe a on ,mill I.-Vy ,n al 't"
'11%icke beandveoaiin'eIillroi-* V nha,
stifling smoke, and people are 1-,0+- kicked and ;,on.lel hrou'' l.? sev- ( l. property of the s'at. b-. '
o thea- ,-.' ,b. ,, "
ing to save their lives. Angry wv n.i.- j ,,itui.;lly vainViorio :is ,', s Of !.is ,,r .. ,., -r' apropriation ot .t
have swept th- s-as. causing .."!-- i .i-Tration. lt w t-.-at i: i''n 1e t,, :,-F, *,'. .-r!::uent. inte:' ,' .- a -
,lest ruc ion to prop,.,'y. D:'ou9itr i slow i)r it)? ha r oiIn ii h, - 'h bi-: v to .-,.' >
now also causing sor!Olus tI'oj.;' ; r .*.i ,' .: 1 i" s i .. '. .'", 4,
many sia:,s. crols and wa' C ,' 'I I (c'!Zi.;l iI: has i'7 1)tii h.- i?, T';- --: iva; : n
drinking anl for ,lih.e-:ic '.;..os .- v -.; j'-1C -o,:'*' I o ;r n ,;.- ...\, i .< $ ,. T', .'' --. .r.
bet-ing han'l i.) o1t!: n. .F T i ;r -: I. i
Just e miipan': th9-- '. i-' iu n \ i i,:.': :" : in .*- l ..a .t') -;',', ., ,.. U'., i
our own c-(o.;i4ti('n ^'4. i. 11 F hioh a ..''- -i i ' s'nTo a t i i , '1:'U- P
andl con; 'nlj .i:., there' ;N w:) N 1" "'t;t w.i_:'.'o '1'. w ii : :r... i ; ,.- \ olil, 4 e ;. ; r thet : ''.i ,, .
it!) f ih h T 1 1n o 1- 1"n d'c-. a :il va f.. i-- ":1 :i; ,. a .i-. 4-- i;:,; ;, a ; t i : ; ,.1-.... ; i ...*. r ;,
I1 'A T l.t .no ilh_ our vine, an1l fig ""-', 'I n- '* -?i..in 0:" ;;.o.!l!, ; ;.,! ._\ ,'1 ".
enjoying the pleasu 'es of nar, .ri- n **x;r ;'-a ;- ii< r I : '* '(-'lK."'s' f *-; f'' . .l I !i,--'-" O'lt ais '-.-' !,, !, ,
the luxuries of field and o'rchan' an,! J"\y Poliia.w-." l'l. w,'t-,.Ir hF.'. yt ars Iwi. r, i'a' $_., ........ '
the p,-ogres sof business an,d th- rt Tha i]he mhonr'ch Cf .-Q--t"- Bay rhe.- fon, .(.)ooi \\- :,.L'.
enue of prosperity. In this enjy- .shoi-,I rui-sl hov,,. liw;, i',Y 1, j .Imp ,tha, $.27,.,,,,,, a yo.ir
meont. however, we are not without pliot ll he 'li t-h ffeiisiv0 I :-!na:')r ,,'.\a.S r Th st, aTe lv,,v for (.',l.';1.' -
sympathy for those who suffer. Ve by "his .-ide pa.tn r.' plrpose.- amounts r,- $,.,
pity the stricken, and would ch!angei But if Mr. Roosvel' i- :I iin-.ar- \,'ar. The appropria'ii, i 4n 1 .; ',
their conditions if we could. It wo.ld natre vir',.1 andi: lonies'y lie w,'ild have : ate school aid ani' inrt't T, $ -
l)e a great pleasure to10 do so. v; b-i--ve. whiyv did he- not hurl his an' if we a41d th ,,
This favorable attitude in which Jovian bo to a;.nihilate Foraker a1 nw-nts fiin'i. the int'-!'-n-t tnin .1 .'i
Florida is placed is sufficient ca.s'? for the time Mr. Hit'clcock an, ol (t, o' llm i ',-vv for th. f- ;-'r-''' -
rejoicing and to induce others to < o0io, wer airn',ii- r) io h-ar M'r. F'.-'a -r ;he'h ou'." -;r' ,.Xes ;jT .
here and enjoy our freedom from per- "'i'-labk for Taf '." f.. :it) ,i t:-e .:'.. t nearly -,,.u,,i,, a v ,
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,, , .... ., .I ." i N %v IYork was a m agn'ifi- il ant i want. The door is wile o;,. -n ,latfor-m with rh tl. ... A T .., h ':: : .
,,1 ;.* fliT, ; ; eand Iproiu ,-td a s l.,,ii.i and all Lg odi lO eopl- are invite.i r,' en- I 3. i: New York W<', .il B. _i..~ an, ? oe .Y--:--.
n t,!,,* -P',n a;,1i he, is no lngoer ioo,:e,' tor. They have the facts of t1he -it- z --1. n.lls.
,,,,l.-.- ,' .,. ', .-' ,* h" ,;,,i. : l:. "tle sin'ss inHiPres* s'" with IIaton here andi el-ewhere. an i \ae W HAT CAN TAFT DO? TI. ro:a ii r ,,i,':'
*9 .t (' 1j .. e l L'1 ra!(,l criicism is that I!i,-te that t hose hiaras-ed by l)v d .-- r,. sch ,,,- in 1', v: '7
S. ,' *,*, I r* s.,', tl?:i ca'.n'' I,. madc worse ian anli firO ani, --- ,' t,,.\ ; *. a:nd any (hant ,, will l1 better off in Florida lhait in fri. &r!:i-tin'a (,,'i.i::':-,'.l\. ,i,.- c.:,.p .... .,,: ', :;,.' ..1 o ,.*r _'
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>, ,." ,, ,," "* T i.t .". !,,'11*'I'..n ..r. T hat the te?. : !!l- sv '"P l airi, sra .(Is o)1r w re I ,I' ir',_ T i ..,' r *; i. (.' ... I t;0 1 1,1,.- ,. .-T
ra m " .( : , < ,,. \ : .; ,- lb T i l n p O V ( :' \v i. h v ,' i i r s r l sh d o w nV l .! o, n r h l .. \ \ e, l l tn :; i . .. s I ny "r '!r':; t .*:"- .. . . c .; , ^ ^ ',f
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*i *.. aA. rupton for n. l- rf I fu II such. l. w j (a ,o i( ;YI4n)-f' oi ;... .*
t'.' ', .*; all I tflal is utilte l(9I ; int, and lie-'tilence. and itf --ectionls a.!v II'"-- ~'>- ,h V i,.)'ir.t, ; .rK. ;". tV;' ,. , .
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S" * e Hc i i K i.. r ic p rty To i \ djffe i' seem nw ral t"t; [ :h o 5s Ii I .u i i i .. er : r. sa '
9 '99 '' ' ; *''l ., ;;'., ,. t.ii ;;in., i l .- liean.i '- v' iI'1' n se' k tih lal.i \I yh'-;'- c..' ii! js' h" 1'&i.*0 1e :fss- as ;t ir- j.i 2;i-cr.'s.- i' rK !,,^ ; 9 ..' . r
1 "' *' '1 ' *' 'i *' A-,.i ; \ iliii;^ne^>s tor a change'. ; tO :*i r'. le'ast, and .!- a warni o I a' li-Fi :'r' i'iv 9-\.'fls';r's :''. l *, '* r.:. ":(,.r ,1,;*., (.- *.*- *
1 (i.; .;!, ,! ih.- will ,elli! = si welcome awaits al go ,l ,Iople. .. ;
Si .,, "! i,;1.i .: j ,ilr thi- t.k,- JArati. ra:::.- .lacksonville MeTroI)oIlis. For v, iha1 is the real. 'r- .i,' il ,;i:< ":.-,'lay of' ,,.,! .-,..-*

S , t. .. ,i, ,, ,, ,;,,,", ,. : ryn a d, th.- aTona] co.;,.i'7- A PROFITABLE TRIP machinery of h- iti Iiean -arn y i nearly $ ,, ,r ;! ', ,
l*. I ai H,,r I iJT at ''" ffa!ly $1 t'a:"' it9
c' rmailvigT I i Gm.NorJL(t .I11.sIv,,- "
>>a>> ^ _____ _^ '^*- an-conhd~irl.' cotinting on N-c-\\-- u hld l m n c Y o, ork. 111 '1". "c i"
Indiana. ( OOiiio. pMarylaind and,. ::,,
S.1 o ,, ha 1 ', --,' 'rl ,,'h r stat -s outside the "'solid Tuesday. In that pretty vall-y are a that is vi i our Pl0 ,lic. "'t coiti po )ri 8! I;
OW f* ritta, irani .1 rtar.t. it ,.\i.- ,"'h <'lianting front this campaign, few genuine southern hustlers.. \Ve "'Th' inrt -rsts. "W\VaiL_ sTrt--t." "Tihe py f k ,,
,, .. Oil wertc.. W hat Tl.n why oto ',) :,k.-,
rMt f,, ".Ir.-|,It Thit- outlook is cheering, went down for a few "points, and we anlarl Oil crow." c. What Thn wh vote T mak T -.
___________ __---go: 'em. Los Kiss is just two miles earthly thing can Taft. -f elecel. 1o sar, colled-s a pirnm.n,., ,;,
Tb. ,'t t al, '1. a 0'artetry -hip. MR. BRYAN'S REBUKE down the Oklawaha river from St. against the in-rtia of rheo pariy ma- an' larger moni.-. wh.!. !i. .* ,.
m i ", bu-r,. toba .has -- Helena. There are no "town knock- chine? If Roosevelt. wirth all his i- schools cant I'" t!:,i- ji;:- .!
S*,. *,. h,,n.lr.- t ..(n Iv,- b "has teen a long time since Amer- ers" there and the place is as neat 'nen_ trengrh wilh, the l,-opie. was Say. instead of intc:.'ep-.- of \
w i,, c.an IllicIcs afforded a parallel for as a pin. All mtne truit put up is pu unal)le tol)ut g his panry effectivly le,'c'r exp-nLe5.
tjn. vigorous and dignified rel)uke up "fancy." I the courts are overturning whit he Yours ':\\iK
Tfc. ,- 4 l*,ti, off handled thir- which Mr Bryan has administered to We found that the Los Kisses-the did do at his lashing of efflct'.al. [ i.i,,
som a mi,' i ,-, a ,' mini a1ast ..atr the m .-,dlesome chief executive of people, w L mean-can teach us St what can Mr. Ta::' I ail -i '! h-
'Tl, 4.'-. nl.. I, ,* tl anti ru.- : 4 th, nit,-, States, and the terms in Helenans something that it is hun- stren ,h of Roosevt. ,ld vwi'h *-h-
B. AtIaIa Journal iwh'ih h,' conveys his challenge de- ,lreyls of dollars in our jeans to know. same inert niasi-. Al..o,;,.elv no--:n.-ow HOMOSASSA FISH CLUB
M ooAtlantatJourna T aft. ;ferlousfwieldw irlofail.-a" -
Snisn1 thati ilht imperious wielder of They make it a rule in the place thai Taft. f eleetei, will ail. anL "> t l .
T Tami rt''* --ni < i ',ht big stick, in the- language of the when a stranger blows in. so to1 1' wi ',- Roo-,*.'i'.1- ag ::\ i,\. :*.d1 -1.,. TI
ap *,n,-t nr H e l. shall "',,ut uk or shut up'" sptak. they tell him nothing but ath tea'i'ile" t -,nti'iio.ng no i; i(i ,, -
.tas I.n..l' ,n.l ,.' t' *i. Ii...ar,' ',1 Ir t .h l .'~u up o hu j :t. lg t~th 1 ,io ng -n : a' ,int,--a i;. :' I t~ s V#' a .!~I-
,hi s ," th i'v l, r.,si ,.nt Roosevelt has for sone good things-and l really the good" _ht'-.*!\ o \l .* wault m:,,' a !s a
I, .< *., it. *. .. ,. | ,* lil"' e sh(,wn a growing disposition to things are in pl!e-nty-and, leave himn T-i"f And'i o tn.f 'V "i'i vi :l, '
I ? .,I i .1! *il'- S tm -v-n a Fili
jt, '-, *: '-play that "pernicious activity" to find out the others. Coi:,in- until C';l- s:,-5epin 1t 1 f .'.'
w ^'.~~~hici he, has so strictly forl)iidlen-1 Those usTile''s in Los Kissn, make av.-l lt .I i+--' -- ; Fi ii 'l "' :!
1,"1 'Wt * % *E *,o to his underlings. ir a rul' e to boast all !he tim e oon The th..z... 1 :v a 11 ('. !i.,, -
, ,& '* : ,d t lw u d rli'' C' I'V Ju ,T ntlr'v !1~' '"
C '.1'l," (' t* iv Tnt to dictate the nolll' - o'-si, ani to outst i. ,rs. un,1 if thilt ie9 ... Ti-0 a .' '; -
ratl * ,i. ot i- I ,pary. who is to car.'y on hi . :" .Is-'( .....t: al, ih'1 :. ,t> .0i -k. ,: ,,"
a ,, l ' r, p i 1h o h t., ra di a l x. i. :; ot',in a ryt- m ay i v k ;; ; i" -" '
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..... ."I'ahas 43T-HE .PA ,YS-'<(HOE CONTEST '
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'.i ii,' ': asv;r''r' 01' th t -l<;e: .'F'r .T so;' tlila! is. if he m ade a p 'ofit that !-',' c:3tit9"-'-:o!1 l c':'i:'; -' '' ; >;' 'ir; -- ', I, ( *. 21:' .
*n ,- ', '* . ,e,. t " (' \' ', .'i."\. (''.ll*. lil!'('t'. has ,-O I'<- .-- aSOti. If I, l i fll( i (" A 4 t '()"'t v O.!''1.)n-' $ \\\I' 'ii (a1' -. 't ,' ' V
Tan ., .t t .' '"'2 n .' '* q,;..,"- 1'\ i s() ,!.,;(,t, (,1)tl:i~c ig 1 the: crop last year le tells C0'1 wi,'- h ?hou'l fit lI' 'l''i **' (9 ''i i lj'' s p '- -
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S' ,,, *;.t .',, k T'11 ,, Sian larid Oil Co( s:ran. t -s re ft .1,in, g in ;his val! v of ( ,.xt s-11', l'z'' *.U't,,Il M aI ;.iu '- ..; :.
I' 'i.; tl.; I -0'1'1ifos r-I''sly u Ij-', tor Lt' s IWiws tll p r;'chase la I, at. ir 0:11e olt(htl-o \\'olf we "ill r tt eCh OIlh r t'u ; ,' li," i ': ; ..r
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We miss you. Come again with -
Sother "Indian legend." You first There are seven districts and the
was of a "Chieftain wide of grin," who outside territory in the Florida state
union. Each district las faithful of-
On ..0 shores of the Potomac ficers who do not receive the praise
r,- ^^^ I, -2-- - TIR* -w I- ---

iDWelP there in the great white wig-

Floridians are very much more in-
t'riste1 in the "bachelor" chieftain.
'ho is soon to occupy the great wig-
wani at Tallahassee. Give us a le-
gend about him next. Does he wvear|
Lis sh,'lls or wampum around his
r'-..k and as an ornamental belt? Was
'I.. bark adorned with shells in which
h.. set sail from Punta Gorda to show i
'i, lmonh.es and accept votes? One
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of Minnehaha
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A' in 11i s~$I';id;i8S hlon 'V
\ '* i ;;\ of hi- wi z-\a ..."

1:.'e i : i.~ c.1.ntry in Ilt- wvorldI
Sh. Tr.- hi:.-I ;.;r,'! \"\ih such trt.q'ient!
< ;, ii ,'Il'.r;illne as this. So inany
;r. \,,tt rin;: up.)n the( sea of t !t'de.
1- na\ iva'ois. with scarcely tile skill
,,a tcahi|i-boy. that shipwreck lbe-
f 11e- lhi., ri:i-. not the exeeli.ion.
ira- nr,.,is ar, y.yarly engulfed,1 an,1
a. s,-.-n no more on the trouble i wva-
''r- Ilit there- are a few strong-spir-
i',t hop-fuil. blin.,ve men. who. with
\v.--'rru aar:nis. struggle to ithe- shlre.
i i!..i \\i.-,ser ly misfortune. Try
- ,";;tA-r's" acain-in soundter vi-sels.
t. -* a,' -. .,.-nera1.y successful in
S. a''* r e-tl .rjtrist >. Some :!r -
"!.:it, ci\-,t ihmo',xh weak disin: y in
: t ,,'':, -(l t n-,.r. while other.:, more
S'tij i,'" :ttad s. !l-;,ossessei. s'58Cc1 .1
ii re'-!' rr:. There art' min -p. W-o
,,, 1.,, : til tirst f;ilire. Tb.l.. a"re
,' v. ,:, ticV ret\v -r.-ss or ,:ispal-
S A ',.* i-.' ('ca discourage. Y',u see,
.' "a'." l<,,"';iv. b i lo;u:ot''i "'v e t l
*' 11 -i" '. ; a ." as hope' a i and
-'- \'_- !'u>.^- ns e,,ei. So y~iung neI1n.
* Ii, U :;-s also, when th' crisis b-
l.t!!- y' t, antd the emen ':e-.. r."-t,'ir,.s -
:..rJl c(ira.. -ant! noble !..anhuo ( to
;i..-' it. liet equal to the reqimre:r'-ntns
,' the it'i;,. lit. and rise su:peri-r to
the o,,'sacles in your path. The uni-
-*rr-a.ti Testinon: of men whose ex-
p-rienct, exactiy coincides wilh,. yours.
turn:i.-hes the consoling reflection that
,.Lfficulties may ibe ended by opposi-
rioi,. Ther" is no blessing equal to
:. ,r:.ve heart. The magnitude of the
,:an. r needs nothing more than a
.ri-ater effort than ever a', your
ihand- If you prove recreant in the
h,,ur o[ trial you are the worst of rec-
r-;iant.--. and deserve no compassion.
Ii. nut dismayed, when you should,
i. j,)id and tdaring. unflinching and
"1-.;t. The cloud, whose threaen-
.T i: .tlir'mlul:-s \ou hear with f;-.r and
::a. is 'tull oi f blessings, an-! tht
""I,\\m. wi(hs.- -ternness now nake-
,* ',.x;.id -r ani; tremleh. will ere
,i, '., ,C(.,,,c e ,d0 b ly a s- lile of be-!
'* .it'l, eve 'Iness ani, dignity \ho-1
,. a:', ,.i -His W white Thor .,
i. !* .-'A. i aind iiiall;. oiPi('sei
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they reserve. \ e nere cnromcie
some items about these workers, and
hope that our readers will enjoy
reading about them.
Rev. Fred S. Ensmlnger, president
of Hillsboro and Manatee district, is
devoting his life to his parish work
among the Spanish-American people
in West Tampa. But he takes time
to think of Christian Endeavor and
has a society in his church.
The only officer the outside terri-
tory now has is its secretary, who
seems to be serving "for life." andi

will doing it wel. This supreme officer is
a Miss Mary ('ampbell of DpFuniak
S,!ings. who is now teaching at Pax-
Ston. Thre arc three school teachers:
amnvg our -i.-,ricr sec-etarie-.

District silentent Harry F:-rr',n ot
L.ake. P.ad Sui;:it.r, is combining b;;i-
i Ns 1v h re" :1 in a niontlLs vhcat"I>n
in lth nort1. Mr. Ferran is on,- o:
Those "fa r '-bt, :.7, n young g b n -iuess
mien who hin'r: iP worth, whilh 'o work
in Chri-tion Enalav-or. Hie is not the
only one of ;L.at kind in Eustis, how-
Orange and Osceola Jinior superin-
tetndent now ias not a futl! force of
officers andi the state secretary is act-
ing as temlporary secretary. The dis-
trict has a cordial invitation to meet
during Nove:nber. with the Presb)y-
terian andl Christian church Endea'.or-
ers of Kissinmmee. and during this
convention a full list of offic-rs will
be elected.
Miss \Vinnifred Wood of the js,
mleniiunNi di-si ict. bas spent a happy
vacation in Bl;c'kton andl oth r places
o) Masacl u1elTs. She returns home
'o Tan 'erlini t- .o:o th, e fali term of
Pollius -"o:l) opens.
Ainlonza t ii )rseve(,I'itLg younllg wo-
ilin se(r.',-'":. .s. Miss \Marg-aet l.ew-
is- ; ]. ; in Sinv,-r,. r district, s!pielt
:be sl!i.i;" ;' '" :onie 1in Mi. Dora. andl
Mil-s l.'zzie L.. .fi.-( yv ot Iiills'oro I1I
,i.np,(. 1::'. .-)nir !'l";;sant we(c-ks at
L'L'.i.- .' e1( i.Omle o('1 "1 tlaill-
1A : I t.. wie',-,> she has e,'.-n planning
;he rI'Q',:a i* w -r a district com..ventioll
n conven-e :!. Magdeline, Ocobeer 16
to I S. The arnnnal con vezn ion for
Lx'ke and S;:..:er is requiring Miss
L'.wis' attention now. It will )pr)b-
ably he held early in November.
Miss Ethel Frost. secretary for the
Nor'ttbastern district, has kept house
while her mother and sisters took
much-needed trips out of Jackson-
ville. Mr. WVallace F. Mantey, our
perhaps most energetic district treas-
urer. just ha' one week for rest in
Montreaw. N. C.. but he gained seven
pounds in wv.-cht-doing pretty well,
wasn't it? N irtheastern will meet
about the mi:i ie of November, in Po-
East Coast district is now without
a secretary, as Mr. James Lowery has
gone to Schen .ctady. N. Y.. "to make
his fortune." He is a most excellent
young man. .and DeLand and his dis-
trict will los,, and the New York un-
i.)n gain iby hi- dleparl,re,' trom al-.ong
Miss ar. \ S; wva":. presi,,d ,t of
la.' (Coas. ',... Spen tl, e sl:'nini-r inll
ti'l.-r s i-tioe ;,iid abr,,rd." T i;,. l. is;i
v.or, is so1y'."'v hat Imn!'i l; a pi iCe,
'<" o:;r :i (.',,.-; i.and of fndlc'aIv, r Work-

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I E.18A 1 vf -8 (A-S cm"( 'I ia Iv invt
- ~ t's; 'i .jo neet with them in!
:. rullR'i.:iV~owe L~ipit :t~ul Ca- etlion, to !0lie lit 1.1 elr-

*-! --'-t*f n 1-a 1 a ~----tn.(> .on ..Octbrl. wh aw; I'i h
--NI'lt' -Po'uv it t n> '*M> ~m -- JupIioi' supe-lrn:
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B. A. Burgess, assistant grand chief
of the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineers, is a visitor to Tampa to-
day. Mr. Burgess is outranked in
this great organization only by Grand
Chief W. S. Stone.
Assistant Chief Burgess' visit to
Tampa is for the purpose of meeting
,the local division, it being a part of
his duties to keep in touch wth the
more than 700 locals, with their 65.-
000 members in the United States.
Canada and Mexico. He said that his
visit had no other significance.
Mr. Burgess travels practically all
of the time. His travels last month
alone carried him into fifteen differ-
ent states, from New York to Texas.
Naturally he meets a great many peo-
ple outside the vast organization
which he represents. The Tine,; re-
)oi'toer asked Mr. Burg-ss what he
tonnd to be the sentiment of t h ) peo-
ple gnerallyv as to the presidential

"*'ryan." said Mr. BuPrgess I1rvmit-
iy. "It'. Bryan evrywhere. .Ju, : to
provI 0o 10yo t hat I aim 1lnlot syiVillg
this bocaus. I am a democrat. 1-- ine
tell you thai I have consistently voted
tlihe republican ticket. But this year
I am going to vote for Mr. B:ynn.
"Everywhere I go I make it a point
to sound the sentiment because I feel
great interest in the matter. And
wherever I go I find an increasing
Bryan sentiment. Life-long republi-
cans who have never voted any other
ticket, tell me they are going to vote
for Bryan.
"One sentiment which I find very
strong is that directed against the
attitude which President Roosevelt
has assumed of naming his succe-ssor.
It is resented everywhere. I have
had republicans tell me they wVould
vot-e against his candidate becau-e the
president had assumed a )prero0ative
supposed to Le vested only in mon-
archs. No re'piblic can (ontilnue if
a president is il- Io naeilli, his sIc-
Mr. Bflrgiss u'urther sf: t 1h;:T li-
diana. New York and Olio vere do-
cidedly do,,,itful state-. esI, cially
from a rqpuh!lican s',,:iodnpoint.-Tanm-
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To maintain health a mature man
or woman needs just enough food to
repair the waste and supply energy
and bodily heat. The habitual oen-
sumption of more food than is neces-
sary for these purposes is the prime
cause of stomach troul)les, rheuma-
tism and disorders of the kidneys. If
troubled with indigestion revive your
diet let reason and not appetite con-
trol and take a few ,loses of Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
and you will soon be all right again.
For sale by all druggists, m



We. the undersigned state p-esi-
dents of the Farmers' Educational andt
Co-Operative Union of America, here-
by call a convention of the Farm.-rs'
Union delegates to be held in Valdos-
ia. Ga., on Thursdlay and Frilay, Oc-
ober 7tih and Sth. 1.,'S. for th pur-
pose of consle"rinfg the fixing of, a
minimum npriee on Sea Island cotton I,, ,.
na a plan tor' marketing The s-a!ne.
Eieh county srov.,n. Sea Island cot-' HARI
Ton 'will be cuti -iet :n son' d o e d141- t 1-
.'Z t for each 21-, iT.evtlrPt's ): w- a- R tn
jority fracTion 'Thtr-of. Counts1y 1'e- : 7
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( tisnl ii*" lropel l'y r" '. ,:,"7 at
'ips ne,-,tin:, as it means n',cl i the 'WHIS
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1 Ie tio Mr Brya. ean probably Heretofore her life had been an im- --j
jsW@e il d ftii couotel pressionistic one. Impressions, pleas-1 In Barbadoes there has been found The Fort Myers Breeze has sus-
tf * We4 to waritn him that If ant for the most part, but merelv ir-ia fish called the million-becaupe of ended publication. The al)le editor
P m gra' initiuoity to pressions-occurrences which were the size of his tribe, let us hope- giyes several reasons, which are no
Ill~~~~~~~~!ie several reasonsuniy wphicon--heur nasrhih wre
41 9mawtv- .-Imalntotr.tion and in disagreeable or otherwise, and always whose favorite diet is the young nos- doubt valid, but in severe truth there
-- s 'te -o. .It h-ir he wa fleeting and evanescent. Now allI quito. Science expresses the hope I o r aer
ftneo .,I iaiai-t li.illiulmme-t. Th. that was changed. The clanging of that by stocking mosquito-producingis but one reason why any paper sus-
,i h lk f ili"" I th*o big bell in the brick school had, waters with, millions it may be pos-; lendls publication-it does not pay.
Il W4. e .i 1, tb. p:-i.t.nt tMi .sounded a new note, and the first sible to exterminate the pest. The If a paper is a laying proposition, it
BI f ti ,--al1 r-..nintti the. i"l, event. important, gigantic, epoch- undertaking, like that of greasing the may be bought for consolidation pur-
9tbl.- 11 41 n.. .uuIo .uil-K1t.t: making had marked the change. surface of th- water with petroleum.
s srposnes, or it nway change hnaans, but it
I. ,,,. ,-, it. tn,u' i*' The first day at school had been seems to be a large one. How many ver just impi qit. The w eil
.. ,,..... . ,. ,,- -h t.,- ,he, shadow which dawned on the hor-j trillions of millions would be requir- ly q The wekly
,. --,, ,,. ih. ik th,.r.' "' izon of her sixth birthday-a shadow. I ed, and whether they would brei in PI'e-;s of Florida is able a.nd s]rorg in
L '< 9r. ,, # ,,,..t ... !-.. *-,rai1'n.i va= ', fas-cinating and alluring in its rain barrels or other small conaners all that pertains to the inside or lie
I M^ .'* '..% ..T--. Ha-k r-mloteness and magnitude. of stagnant water is a question )f i- j various offices whence it is i (-s!'!,.
--- , . . .i/i ii. ii' Mondlay. with thousands of (che!"' portanc,. Th.e Boston A.lvertisor, af'- lit it is s)l-wivin -,s though? that P lere
i, 'A T ', i,, lit' l. girls and as many boys. s .- aln- ter a lI>;-tial1 inv-s!"i ,,jon 01' T l di.- Is too much inside. too much brAn.
-. r, 'h*-r 4 h call of the school b'll. co^ery. pr<*;)os,'s thai ;t i :;ri i.i ls l. h ))o iincli xivoTi')n to woark anan l ity
1 0 i '1 I l .* ,*I ; '!
t. i>';, ,.r "thi.,I Lone with her: in fact. t1,i rP piaz/zis anil l'-i chmlhers -.,,),',l comparedl lo the knack and fati 1o0
!Ir-i *iay there were almo-i as i'.h i e -.l-tali-ih.l to eiIco'l:hg th^ nil- 1iiti'', wvii1h is 'int'o t nicii'y a li<;l'
b u!.'!, rs ill.1 I ,'Thtlrs as ithor v.,r,, i')i o l ,.a Ro is,.-veli tan ili ,,.- ; lr -s !te'+*.s. M t. (L, l (i+ eilr,-n. H e, only stay'l. how ,.>Vr. -! ,* ilh. .tnoil 'l.'s :t;i l .-T."Z 7 i 81 l ., i tli<'a. ii o (if iit ,,.sj)ilp 's.
,!w .. .' !. aEV l h to .xilain that sh,' q va. 8! ofih' .-s i j ]a I'.Z-a' l **',l. 1 !i in AD. .1'.1n i' 1 ) I-x tr'Ill trl:1t h tl+,
VIOW (0 ' '[ 1"tl tv l'-! v ,o! ill l ; i\ ,, ;.,l(1 ac{i t '
.. '. ., i ,, :|..,T, : i: i:,l hing anil !tad1 n,- \ l,'w 8' 1,' t t el'fact i ol ';h4, l :h'l. t sad ,ots lI ' a a n a i i c v '
Ch;)-0I, ,. he -in'of! P ,1(1111.1 lb. t i a l 'tWslia1i)11S l. l a.t Mial !i ye nl
_, *t ".. .. illn .- h .o l e f'lo re fe w ol 'I['. ,n \' ,. 'i n is To t \,in '.f,! I;" o nl~ l b *' of jii< a i ). r int s it ,i mer -uii.o l
h in Th r. i ,4 1,11 I
,- h : -, i li t i,, f'r-t < l:ra:!n. i t -, i n .... .I i`'ii. H is i 'l1-- ; ''': t s f'i i n le ;! !,',i; i\ n
^^ ; i ., ,,i .',!, T h,' l.- h " h ,,t le ft h r :n T!' al t l -',"-- )r st lr i 1 ,.. .aiv i,,,,;.) *- ;f ;.<*:: \ i,y ;, >i.. h p n i ^i d <-
S. ., .' rooin. full of -trang ?.g little girls anIl hatt in w hi('h t l Os n s iito i ('raillee!. -,','v.<. A'. 1 lcirt n ilhia' e'( ,li, btl.-.'s
S. 1 'a -,a- ; aiii a lairsomle cln4a11'inC who and not th' theater oft the' ftll-flt.,l- (a-,s in whichli the (ollmililily is fatir-
St . ., .,. a ,, a. w oinie to t-ach her. who could k.-ep l d inlosquito's activity as a foragt-r !v W'll ,diiSls,.,l bihlt i', which th,
@ N o ,,l, h. r in. ;ivoe h#r demerits ani who- and a troubadouir. iilish r o .i ii .. li r-
"I..l ,,. o., t, "i' .... '+ dr.,adiful of all thoughts-could The million is about an inch('i an,] es which ihl. comn inanity oviht ot
/ ,'\,'n exl'l her. whatever that may half long and brilliant in color. In r'ight 102 askh'd to l),st. w. Th.-re is
,, ,i -,-lt ,,#n h l ni -a'ni-! before leaving her father had ioth-er words he' is about the size o perhaps no calling ,ilor', coii pli'ated
^p c,., ,w- \|: 'I,,--o .. ,.l tll,~l i, ki-..-dl h.-r andl said: "Now, daughter.! a mosquito of the oldl guard at a New ihan the l)publication of a weekly
how 61%1 0-4'1 h>i- *.;.{tit. itv at whei you tcorni to the street car J.lersey summer resort hotel. bult nwspapl)er. One of the tirst things
0-o k...-. 111, M"' th- ,l.imhral.- ,i4n track. lt careful and look both ways, somewhat more pleasing to the eye. the average l)tpublisher is surfi to do
St f^,,!,, R,-.-' .-lt ,.xtra\;a- I,-fore you cross." Suddenly, in the He is (described at being marvelously is to push his paper to a point where'
__ ......, ....... ......' ,,.mixed sensations of admiration for voracious. This trait of character can it calls tor eV'ry dollar that comes

w -r | -* U -'rl l-u1m lIUll I C4, %4i I il
@ eit m Rcna*l' j irlbatim R iMpstvlt
JImnl RtmkewN li \.rnleiuto I.y
miMSIm n Ri llRuw'v*-It aokaullit upn
w |wlwItamr RfMM-i"*1 fl latitins'
ttlb Harrimean IMk irt-lt protilection
O fatww-rl' roalkf actors. re-publican
w mewrllp wivtth plutocrac%-a!l the
Am of i he- TO t*Id td, the" qi.-stion of
ubebi Taft or Bryan It the better
ll-i i*lative of My Politico.
Ontbl t qumvtto Mr Roo(evelt's
1- to bmsr sad carrie further
I masylo clu'*, The kmcu." he
I ke'ml' Mr Bramn de-fendiDg his
tei m Ithe Raom.'el heir the long-
o e rem pomitpmon diciimiohn (if the
ol Ihow e ad the more effectively
bp ras mauld be thel mind sif the vo-
In T kwillowr hbe can keep Has-
S fil mr & a la.w theh- longer he can
dp& *atta'ki ulpmi hi4 own alminis-

fsir-aum Mack ctni|lhlJns 'hat
"Tm4 R s, i e.l. flt Wrunning the
I .." anti has take-n theli place
W Bwb M, Tat anti Mr Hilchcock.
Tb Il o sdougt, of it and the uiem-
-1 -aspi-rv should have fore-
4 It Tlev are. delinln with the
aw, ml ablst and moat resource-
1 paOltbrmit I the- country., and thl
air thaey r-elth If the better Mr
IIam lato at gratitude and Mr.
O-INIltt h-uhckle, I hit them
-r4* H*H will continue to hit them
&A H H Is askilg for no consi.lera-
Ib rtmib 'w1- 1l,-nmocratts andi soli-ll,
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her brand new school bag and pencil
box. fear of the teacher and her pow-
er, and curiosity of the other round-
eyed scholars, there came the thought
of her father's parting words, "When
you come to the street car track be
careful and look both ways before you
cross." Look both ways before you
crocs-suppose while she was looking
one way the car should slip on her
from the opposite, and then suppose
It should fly over the hill and swoop
down upon her while she was looking
the other way, and it was clearly ev-
ident that she could not look both
ways at once.
Throughout the morning the words
obtruded themselves between her and

be well understood when we reflect
that a diet of mosquitoes would be
likely to develop a radical tendency
to batten upon the helpless.
The discovery of the mosquito eater
of Barbadoes fully explains the an-
cient, and until now cryptic, saying:
"There are as good fish in the sea as
have been caught." Evidently the
formulator had met the million. His
failure to mention him by name as a
better fish than had been caught is
a particularly exasperating evidence
of the cussedness of human nature.
Up to now the idea that the saying
was intended as a bit of optimistic
philosophy, general in its application,
has p)revailedl. Of course the million

the wonderful things called figures and is a better fish. than the brook trout
letters. or the pompano. He is a humanitar-

Now that the first day had been fol-
lowed by several more the car track
has become the dangerous frontier
of two distinct countries-one a coun-
try of captivity, wherein the impor-
tance and dignity of a prisoner of war
is marred by imposed tasks and an un-
surmountable wall of hard-to-learn,
easy-to-forget rules. The other is a
land of play and freedom, of games
and toys grown new again-a teacher-
less kingdom wherein one's own self
rules and where there is no necessity
of looking both ways at once.-M. D.,
In Atlant Journal.


Thursday in the parlors of th,- Ar-
?AUPA NORTHERN FLOURISHING aon hotel the executive and ways
____ Oand means committees of the Turpen-
T.L Ij tlis.' of st,.amer. -hu ,t;iiv Operators Association of Geor-
'Gia, Florida, South Carolina and Alp-
bfr p-ra tin tnrui tour ternini 's at 1
i tnlama held a very important nioet-
s ,' 0 0 l ui1 l ,N .\.e% Yo'rk t'i'v in .
IM lat-f than Ie-ni-'r I-." ,'i,.'la The meeting yesterday, which was
od Pf. t...''ie. a It v'kn-n <, ti. \ ;1'1.) attlloended by a considerable miun-
.v a' Ii eM .. *... Tt1ier of operators. besides the niem-
I0 & 14 1,41111;141 '11.I1, *1 )-- 1r t !i
a',,rs of the two committees, was call-
|twih. r.i.ln .- 1ed by President J. G. Boyd of the as-
-Tb- a-. + it,,, i'lnl for ihY clhio citationn for the purpose of consider-
fplkm ,t .it >.-i;t, l. i,,;. r in- and providing for a curtailment
Pi' *n a n 1in ;t- i "In ', ii- (if the output of naval stores products.
rt.*.i v.- >i' ,.nr t hi. r Kjir' I Thiis is a long felt want in naval
sm rubhic 1he work n.tw. antl the- stor-s circles. and wilh the organiza-
,m w t-i-, .il. to*,,h oI.4-r;*Tiiia h,',, nOt I tion of lhe big Naval Stores .arket-
Wow hAti, h. ,l.t, I hat **,. ntiin-i.i'' in. Company. will eventually lead to
..- .i., u li 1 h-.i. l IT .-,n 1i, ih.' increased prices of naval sior-ts pro-
W -o '*h. T V.ija \wt'il. ri i.riroad <,icts. and will materially assist in
% his. ?., i,'i ii--. i n. ,drawing a great deal of tile naval
'-th t!, I- .. *- \ %iani'%a \..-' .IMr stores business from the control Of
J ,TTrIt k q '$ .a nl,,!h, nT calli- the American Naval Stores Company.
181t,, I ,i;Ali l,0 10i,1. ,n, -*'; 1 which practically monopolizes thil en-
11b as -r I' ,how i a, T)-. ..1Tv t>,Y ti' outPulT at ,resent. so it is claim-

ian, while they are merely food.
If the million is up to his advertis-
ing the propagation of the little fish
in government hatcheries and his in-
tro(luction into the mosquito nurserie;
of the world should become an inter-
national project. Possibly he might
become numerous enough to eat all

in duriiing rush and prosp-rous tinmes.
When things slack up) lit tak-cs cour-
age and keeps up his scale ot ex-
pense, hoping to make good when
things turn-and sometimes they do
not turn soon enough.
And again, it is seldom the case
that a good, live newspaper in a small
town is valueI by the community at
large for what it is worth as a unit
and factor in the general prosperity.
as a representative of the community
as a whole. A town is judged by its
newspapers more than by any and all
other of its institutions, and quite
rightly. There is no duty more im-
perative upl)On the peol)le of Florida
than a liberal and sufficient support
of their newspapers. The patrons
get their money hack twice-in direct
return of reading and advertising,
and again in the impression and in-
fluence the live newspaper has and
makes upon the outside world.-Tam-
i)a Times.

WbmreyWmad-N- T
Wmk yes ww d--
No Wi -s l*in--m I-
Often you want h al in a hurry
in some room in the kolew u
nace does not rrackh It. 1 ta ,y
pick up and carry a

(Equipped with Smobelefl ts ll-

! to the room you want to heat- %,, -',Iifi I,
house. It has a real sm okcihss, , -,'. "e" V
smoke or smell-turn the %,i1k a, ,- ,
/ ^ as low as you like- ras.s lint i I
that gives out glowing hk'at lr o I1
\ ^ished in japan anI nit .n r i, t,
anywhere. Every hrc %at, r ai. i

Th ?/a~Lamp~~^
\ is the lamp lor l o thn or the.c
reader. It gives a bliant. e"dy hol .
that makes study a pleasure. Madej .1 h^M m fMaI ^ "Md
with the latest improved ceamtral *ahll hbew Every e _.
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Acetylene Gas Plants Sold and Install e Ccwrrpiete I Ot 0.e e- 04 ,

emitted on any Work In our line.

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of the mosquitoes, and by getting upN P^C ^
in the middle of the night and follow- (to_
ing them around with a lamp and J- ,am
smashing them with the palm of the
hand, the human family might kill off 1 B M n
the old ones.-Louisville Courier-
Journal. I

Thomas A. Edison arrived in Den-F D IR C L
ver, Colo., Monday from a tour of theI TO THEIR NEW SH(
west. In his spare hours, away from TI
the laboratory, Mr. Edison is putting
through tht mental crucible, prepara-
tory to lihysical experiments to be ai
undertaken later, two inventions, the W hich they are receiving daily
last of a commercial nature which he
\will undertake. One is the develop- reputable lines for which t
miont of power direct from coal; the rputa le lin s which t
other the artificial manufacture of
black diamonds to be used for drill-
ing purposes Ocala and get direct f
"If I do no! reach it myself I will
live to see the -lay when power will
be utilized from coal without the aid
of steam," s-aid Mr. Edison. "We are EDXXW IN CLA] \t
working in that direction, and some
morning the world will be informed l o
that the discovery is a fact. Electric- Highest Quality Shoe on the Market a
steam. In a few years a steam rail- ________
road train.will be a novelty.
"I have been exlperimnenting toj CR A W FORD We can fit an
r e a black diamond, which is butter
for drilling purposes than the white ( In the popular any gentlem
dianmond. So far I have not succeed- nri' l g e] ...,- +t .



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Tuesday and Wednesday
October 6 and 7.
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(Florida Female College.)
Tallahassee, Florida.

A College for Women, without a
parallel in the south, embracing a
College of Liberal Arts; a Normal
School; a School of industriall Arts; a
School of Fine Arts offering instruct
tions in drawing, painting, piano, ripe
organ, violin, voice culture, elocutior
and physical culture.
Forty Florida counties and sever
states represented In the enrollment
last season. Fine new dormitory witl
rooms for one hundred and sixty girls
just completed. Plans for other ex
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would tend to embarrass Mr. Bryan or An artist, who has enjoyed an un-
injure his chances?" deniable success as a portrait painter
"'It might. At any rate, I would not and especially as a painter of the por-
be a good citizen if I risked any em- traits of women, was asked, after
barrassment in the fight of the honest looking at a galaxy of beauty and dis-
people against the special interests." tinction, if he did not prefer to paint
"Do you in. end to reply to President women, says the New York Herald.
Roosevelt?" "Their skin is so smooth and the ac-
"I have not done so yet." cessories in the way of chiffons and
"Do you intend to renew your de- surroundings seem to make the paint-
mand for an investigation of the er's task so varied and interesting,"
charges?" wa3 urged in argument.
S"How can I? Roosevelt admits he "Like to paint women!" he exclaim-
did not tell the truth." ed. "No! a thousand times no! I'd
rather any day paint a man. A man
LIST OF TEXT BOOKS treats an appointment to sit as a
business matter between man and
State of Florida, man. He never disappoints and is as
n Tallah!assee, Setember 8. 1908. prompt in arriving as if it were an
A Educational Department. affair of millions or as if I were a
, ,* . ,dentist. He does his part and gives
b The following is a list of text booksdentist He does his part and gives
you your opportunity.
Sto be used as the basis of the June ,B u you opot aiy
"But women! Have you any idea
Examination. 190 ow much time a painter squanders in
Y Ortho.raip:.y-Reed's ordt Lessons
Zr t ho .rRe s waiting for women sitters? Every-
" <25c.. Mavnarul, Merrill & Co.. New
thing, anything, is an excuse for be-
Y ork. _
York.o E ing late. or for not coming at all. The
Coposin-Eleents of English most trivial eu.:agement will set aside
Cor s -onol'r l'y Garmmier. Kittreedtee
Co o yGaroiner. Kittree n appointent with an artist. You
and Arnolld i1i. Ginn & Co.. Atlan-
are all ready, palate charged, iblishe-s
ta. Ga. sin hand. an. ad haltaf hour after th, last
Roadiing-An-y standard author w"lli i a i a t
a .vL i nioniou- tht',re is a ring ar t .- elo-
1 1,lioue: 'Veryv sorry. but _an't
Arithmelic-MIlne's Standard I (,.'c) or, ( a O,"e,
.Tha' i- N a: -Liss utir,l American Book Co.. Atlanta, Ga. That i- hatn ... "ot-
_. men. Th-y ii-vy, al).-)ti ;-ly no -,end-'
English Grammar-Lawt.n. B. Ev- w. i
of re-?)pons-u*!;^- \v :. ITI yft;ir
an's (41'c). Amorican Book Co. . t
_, of '.irinn for a per'ra-;.
Florida History-Brevar,! and B-n-
\ "Whn they ,i, come aniii1 !) -i: itev
:tnett's if;OcI. American Book Co.. te-l that th 'v a:'e do:"'I you a fti ,.
anil Fairl-anls. !i. & W B. Drew Co., !a I, n' he t* r ,. t
i!, ., One canio to iri-.e Tho otl;or layv. and
Si Jacksonville. Fl,. n c* t ' .
Jackshvill. F h-' face \va" ) covorodi with ovw.ior
S1'. S. Historvy-Fiell,'s Grammar -.
:that it wa~ rl-oi oi y vacuoi; Her
! School ($1. American Book Co. exressi wa- r was r,*m!,t-
( XCtii 1 express_.-_i Wvur i i. 1 \v's 1 .Tpt-L
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Charges Against Him Might Embar-
rass Campaign Committee, Says
Gov. Haskell
A press dispatch sent out from Chi-
caro. under ,'ate of September 26.;

Governor C'_arles M Haskeil, last
Wnd lnrh' resigned as treasurer of the
democratic nz ional committee. His
r.-ignation was announced by himself
three hour-. after his arrival in Chi-
cago from (Giurhrie and after he had
ccniferred with officers of the demo-
cratic national headquarters. In giv-
ing out hi- decision, Gov. Haskell, in
respon-e to a question, declared h-
desired not to be responsible for any
embarrassment-: which might result to
'he democratic party by retaining the
office of treasurer.
That his r -signation is the direct
resist of the charges made against
'n-. by \Vill- m R. Hearst anl Pres-
iionl Ro)osevelt. IMr Haskeli also ad-
'i'..i. At A ,.-. sanime time he did not.
hyv his resign tio:l. intend to aidmit
that any of t!., charges were true.
When Mr. iHaskell arriv-:! ir. C:i-
cago at nin.- clock last night. h. tde-
clared that h,, ha i not then it-.;i,-n ,i
and thrt Mr. Bryan hn1 nor askej h.m
to resign. Speaking to re-oto:'sl he
"If you hav- any questions to ask.
I,''t them on paper." Hie then wet-nt
from the stain to democratic heald-
quarters at the Auditorium Annex.
When a list of questions were hanld-
ed him. he r'-iired to his room, say-
ing he would give out answers later.
Resigned at Midnight
It was mi,-sight when Mr. Haskell
re-appeared fi,,m the room. He bad
in his hand .v written resignation adi-
,l'.sse] ,to -.1 :onal Chairnfmn Nor-
nu:in E. Mack and the answers to the
qut-stions wh",hi hail been given him.
"I hli.ve my answvirs," he -id '
"They will explain themselvess"
After givizj an affirmative reply
to 1othe (,tSi.n whethe-r h-' ha, re-i
signed, but d .nying that Mr. Bryan i
had a.-ke tf',r the resimnatioo, the I
(qUestiol-l; anl answer' roadl, as fol-
"Do you kl:i. .v wl.etl.er Mr. Bryan
ln.'W ul the- areas s made against
you by Mr. earst l'efore you were
<-^2>oiit,<,d tt :- .surer?"
"I do no- how he could have."
"Do you th'ik your further connec-
tion with the campaign, regardless of
thp truth or fnlsirv Af th0 p


Careful consideration of thie facts i
and figures submitted to the board
of army engineers which assembled
in this city Wednesdlay. by tle secre-
tary of the Tampa, board of trade
must re.-uit in the m,)st comforting
assurance to the investor or resident
in this section that there is no reason
for doubting the prosperous future of
south Florida.
Secretary Calhoun's figures embrac-
ed the eleven counties tributary to
Tampa-thoze counties which must
find at Tampa the outlet for their con-
tributions to maritime commerce.
Included in this enumeration .f the
estimated pro-luction of these coun-
ties. we find the following astounding
Lumber. 15.742.24".',i,* feet.
Crossties, tli ,.,i:ii ro 2'Y.A(-(0,0()ui
CatulV i'.L^:.; he^.i.
Naval stores. 4i.,, lso.lli) barr.ls.
P'leioisldhaT 5,.~,'.*. totons per year.
T .e t,,. barria- casual co.npr.,hen-
.-i(I,.i. 'it thi v w.-'e arrive!. m l)a .
careful ctile'lation of th, resources
of the t trit!!ry. andI theyi' are v nol
weitns -xa a2 :'at i,.
To furnIII'isi: ian adl-quate outlet for
:h.i vast ",oi auction, the d"nia.d for
tLe- inmprovem,-nt of the harbor of
Tampa and for the deepening of its
channel to the sea becomes impera-
tive. Following its polic-y of jprovid-
ing deep water where there is existing
or prospective commerce to utilize it.
the government cannot and will not
turn a deaf ear to the plans for the
continued development of Tampa'. s 4
waterway facilities. Furthermore, the
impAortance of Tampa. as shown by4
its high standing on the list of rev-4
entIe-pro(ducinz ports, the large sum
wxh"ich its trado already contril)utes
arnnually to 1he fedler.il government. 4
firniSi a powerful arigumeni for its
recognition in harbor appropriations.
With 24 feet obtain-., it will be
found th tile re.s: w"it be eonpar.i-
Tiv-'ly easy. because th,- volume of
'utsines-s will so rapidlly increase with
a channel capable of a'limitting vessels
of larg- draft; an l tonnage that th,-
,overninmnt \i';i readily roco-nizc th,"
vAlue of the iivetmni-nt it has nmade
an, will ext,-ul! its aidi "wit a more
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prominent citizen getting into trou- country newspaper man, such treat
ble (with no names mentioned, if itment is the surest way to do so, an
is spoken of at all)? That is newspa- none present would accuse his fellow,
per charity. nn rsn ol cuehsflo
per charity, editor of being uncharitable when or
The omission from te columns of the next occasion where any of tles(
The omission from thle columns of pgn eecnendh eue
persons were concerned he refused
the local press of the family quarrel to show his charity and demanded
of your neighbor, the unpleasant gos- cash in advance for every line of lo
sip that is going around about some cal matter printed. Yes, the charity
lady or gentleman of your town, a of the country editor for his fellows
factional fight in your school board. is surelygreat, but even this may b
city council or lodge rooms, or p)or- overworked and abused sometimes.
haps in the church choir, all of which
are actual occurrences and the facts PASTOR STIRS UP A HORNET'S
'fully known to the editor, who is al- NEST
Sways the first to know the true facts -
i in such cases-all this is newspal)per A dispatch from Taylorstown, Pa.

COUNTRY ERITOR'S CHARITY space in his paper, which is equal to
money to him. Not a public move-
By E. E. Lewis of the Farmers' Mes-I ment of any consequence was ever
senger, Atlantic, Ia. I started that could not trace its origin
(Paper read at the meeting or the and the enthusiasm that accomplish-
S tap ser r ta edtin toria Athe i ed it to the articles in the local press
South western Iowa Editorial Asso- 1, ^. ,
Sciatic etern i l Bfi o ia A 1 boosting the enterprise. Many a
Bluffs, Feb. 21.) church congregation can give credit
Charnty does not mean alone the,. ,.-
Chargiving of alms. The merean alone thae i for its new church building to Th in-
giving of als. Te mere fact that fiuence of the articles in .he loc,-l pa-
you give a beggar a pair of pants mhat
are too patched and ragged to be r. Eir
Many Calls on the Editor
made over for the children or that r
Every ro~i-i(,ian running for cffi,'t
you gave a hungry tramp some partly I -vr o ri r(it
t is suppose od thaxvt-hr, i1u Lh,11 LiU1
decomposed food that was going to. i s ppc to hav the bac, _
.,, i uppcs ,d o have the backing- )f "L*
be (Jumped into the swill barrel or local rss, and of h

,, local press, and .-cores of Then] ha -,,
even :hat you donate a columnn of1 en SarTed -1
,,een started(( on the road "o "r-'a :tie-s
space in your paper to a charity ball o o
-)y the kindly words ot ,." ,.li,''r o:
or church social when a stickful would ho Ia He i. vx,'t 1 ,
suffice when your local news wvas1 iscie ... r. leFY.mvtf
-uhbscrit)e lil)traflv o every, mnovx.m.-n.
scarce, adlv-r1ising short and your a si-j ie ntu ,', ro ,
.. e ~ of a senii-pitu'ic nat'i'r-.. froni 11t,
plates ilid not arrive on time for pItres: lIhiiing of a hospital or a h ,r, h "o
,lav-anv or all of these d!o ot i:ark hi
th,, hohlin of a farm ,r" insi";:,,.
o"Iui as a charitable man. and in any cas onate
all, in nmanv cases ,lonat'e ailv-erpisii',-
Charitvy may be expressed in other
a-nd( pritiled mailer at greatlv r.inc'.,
an..l ofttimh-s more substantial ways. ., ,
,,at,.s a-llih ion,:illy. Th, !)'-..vein~in ,,"
It is claritv to overlook a fault, char-
(oi' ot th,1 h tratest finalncidal t .tn;>
iTV TO offer encoura-emiient to a ,lis-
in the hisTorv, of our nation 1i'.n.-
heartr-nIl fellow, charity to conceal t nasv pi in Nov' .. r :. i
I n -neasv p-riod in Nov<%*-n!iier o)i I
ti:-: faults and magnify the viritisI of t, .) ris r ty,
other-s. c ari'v to reslp'ct the fan ily .r lr( t..h l nt .
.:rv .ces, \v,-l.ch constoiiv 1) Tk) 1,"; 0
nanir when sonie son or ,l ighter ,
ineo t tu mind., of the hIii T:o ) '-
geT s in l rolU)le. chaI'i"v to ?]o '4 lC( (IH i T1Li **\ or '11)!1-
f,.lines olf neighblors and fri 'nls o,. .
,rite.l callinlg" a~ nt-1 tion 11t?.- ;!1
char'iiv y to avoid netl rflsst \voI,11v a ld i.t. flil ,11 -' ., .' h .
0 1-- O t 110 I'ii; I<- ;>ld nl I i .
pain and,. it lpossiblo, (ht'er -i-i '' ,t.') !,l': n ,* .:; ,i; i'li .n:-
con.-(late., ih ar ih, t )hird(',nfs W I i;:', *, ; ."t-.
weak and asst t-lhe t i l to 1: eto elI-r I ^ j a t
t F'or 111 t is work 1)'' 1 , '' v
the burden 01 sorrow. kAnI d o) I- ,,,, a nI o ). a 1 ,
of people on ( earth, have a b,, r a"o t f p1 r, ( .harita!o i !i . a l -i't r ,
more frequ ,ni chance, to ,lemonstrat ofjsch i .-- n .- l T e r ti' in-
the virtues of true charity .han ihe';lle l'- ( h's i, bi^ .
J ~ivni:erahdv So (c*on'mon h.-; it coi
country new-spaper m.an. I anm piou o11 for. t) I-el- e t I ])(1 ho
to say that no other class of people count ry press for s tr^engl . ,-is-
more frequently take advantag-- of ane in ile O f ,-
that opportunity. Cou!,l the worldlthat it has TO tohe ltokd d lupn
but know the history of the inside a t conquenc, o
as one of t he na t iial cn~~leC~of'
office of the local newspaper mian he l .
running a local Ipalper, : iil lbut little
would be given more credit for hiscreit, to sa oting of financial re-
charity and less harshly dealt with tion S ever given the w -rs
for h s sh rtcom ngs.niineration is ever giv(,n the w4i,-,1.,r
for his shortcomings. of the editorial pen.
Did you ever pick up) a local news- The re however, i wh the
paper and read an obituary noti-e of T t
charity: of the country editor ,eirs
a well known character about town, t have bee wfse o bnre sol
one who had a reputation when living and on such occasions he is justifieil
of being a worthless good for nothing i fusing to again extend the same
loafr. ut woseparets ere inein refusing to ag-ain exl(-nd the samt,
loafer, but whose parents were fine charity to the same persons who fail
people? If you have, you have always to appreciate his efforts. Such cas-
read of the good points of the deceas- h a e
es have ('owe to almost every edlitor
ed, never of the bad. Deceased may e y
pr,.-,sent How many of you have sat
have died in a drunken spree, of a
up nigh-ts studying how to assist some
loathsome disease, or from the effects candidate to land the office he is seek-
of an injury in a fight over the gamb- ing? How many have spent column
ling table, but none of these facts are at c n o yu pp tl o
mentioned. He is always spoken of t vt o ct lg societies,
as a good fellow, generous to a fault, churches or individuals in an effort
his own worst enemy or some such a te oe rog lc in
to ass hmoe og lcsi
expression calculated to disclose all te journey? How many have donat-
the good of his makeup and none of e sa a advertising to the suc-
the bad. That is newspaper charity. cessful accomplishment of some pub
Did you ever hear of a prominent lic enterprise only to have that same
citizen of your town partaking too church, society, individual or officers
freely of the cup that inebriates and
of the enterprise as soon as their endE
getting into police court or becoming were obtained rush off to another
entangled in a free for all fight in the pntg hu o g t t iy t
slums of a great city or in the tough have all their printing done? This is
section of your own town and on pick- too often the case, and though it ie
ing up your local paper reading of a hr ie t k t cry o g

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I charity. Yes; the charity of the inltr late of S-pt. 24th, says:-"I
country newspaper man is more wi1 as leave haveo a blacksnake in
marked by what he does not print my house as a pack of cards, and I
than by what he gives ouT of his storo have ny opinion of any woman who
of small financial means or by the willI us a powder puff."
free use of the columns of his paper. This remark hurled from the pulpit
The country editor desires to lrint o the First Christian church last
all the news. but he does not dlo it night, almost caused a riot. and so
by any means. As one of the craft heated have affairs become today that
once remarked: "This would be a the minister, Rev. J. H. Moore, of
newsy paper were it not for [he fact Hannibal. 0.. announced that he
i that each of the four men who vwork would resign at once.
an it Iht -n manv friends y Rv the rrI i.-I,,m,-,,. Tr T nn nf tho rhuirph

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M~r Wattorson Tucker has recent-
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It 01 t UII't ? .-SC t- l ,,uki JI tim ant-I Un u I
three years or more. yet is carrying
on the most colossal business enter-
Sprises of any man. perha!'s, in the
whole worl.i.
At th<- age of se ehity-eght he i: as
sTr'aizh:a a- an a'Tova a::.l : acrtiv as
an athlete.
B'.t Mr. Flagi+:" i..:;s :row:- i, i in

iA; Ins bS41'-ss, all"
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Itt~xI'r'~, h.*hjti4n foT)I

W ere hils woalll S,%c s;iii~ s e>t
SMi:ss By-'! WVartnmann. wh;) has away fro1'; hi-m ,y sor,\- gr-at c.at,.s-
s-)-n; a thoroughly delightful ,ull- trophy. he wou0it find ii a exc-'e..ingiy
n.er in Englau.,! and Scotland. h'as re- *difficult matter to ol)til employment
ui rne.I to her home at Citra. and will at any price.
reach Ocala next week. She will be- In the great struggle for existence
ain her music class the first week in there seems no place provide.1 for
October. i men whose heads have been frosted
over by the accumulation of years.
Mr. WV. J. Bryne. who has been on -Call the muster roll of the fir.- de-
a visit to his wife and little three apartments of our cities, and you will
weeks' old daughter at Huntsville. find all young men.
Alabama. has returned to Florida and Police departments-all young mnien.
resumed his ravelss. Mrs. Byrnie and Car conductors-all young men.
lthe little one expect to come to Ocala Motormen-all young men.
l:ter in the v-.nter. Clerks in hotels-all young men.
I Clerks in stores-all young men
%,r. Marion T. Town,-end represpnt- and young women.
I. the Ma-*ir (listrlc "n Ocala V We- Printer:-all young men.
,nstiay. He ha. th., re;u-ta.ion of be- Mergetnhaler operators-all young
i iz one of tnoe best farmers in the men.
(.countv. andi hi- crop this year is no! Tel..-graph operators-all young
exc(,t-,,io .i 1 to general ri-1. He al-! men.
ways "g' T 'irt." Ty-pewriters andl s5 nogt'alh'-rs-all
--- voounig men andl yoing women.
M:-. anlN M:. William T. Al-op andl Barbers-all young n:en.
',ir lit t .- ;, who have been at Newspapler reporters-all young
Duneiin all -:-.nimer with Mrs. Alsop's men.
mother. Mrs. Julia Palmer. have gone And so on throughout all the arter-
to Louisiana, where they will make ies of trade and commerce you will
their future home. Mr. Alsop having rarely find an old man in evidence,
gone into business in that state, except where he owns the business,
or has grown up in it.
Mr. Fred! L:vell assumedI charge of Occasionally you will find an old
the Hunter Drug Co's. store yester- man the master of a ship-but if you
day. Mr. Lovell is a splendid young will make inquiry you will find that
man and has made many friends dur- he has been there a long time, and
ing his stay in Ocala, and as manager if in the legerdermain of modern bus-
ot the Corner Drug Store he will, we ineas methods he should lose out, he
are assured, prove very successful, would find it an almost impossible
task to find new employment.
Miss Silvey Speer, one of the very So, too, occasionally you will find
wealthiest young women of Atlanta, an old man in the pulpit, but a ciose
eloped Tuesday with *her father's inquiry will disclose the fact that the
chauffeur. Miss Speer is only seven- same rule obtains.
teen and very beautiful, and a n.em- In the economy of the business
ber of Atlanta's most aristocratic so- world of today there seems to be no
Social set. place for the "old man."
He is down and out!
Messrs. James B. Carlisle. Jr., Sam These truths have been more and
Mathews. W. H. Clark. Jr., and F. C. more emphasized since Dr. Osler re-
Bennett. well known citizens of Ocala, commended the chloroforming of men
are registered at the Everett.-Times- past sixty.
U.nion. What is the conclusion? Young
S These young- men were a part of men must more and more economize
I the crowd who went up to Jacksonville and prepare for that "rainy day" past
Son the "Merryv Widow." sixty, that will come all too quickly.

SMrs. W. 1". Moore and .laughter,
SMit-s Lucy SCAt. have returned to
Ocala for th,- winter. so tha, the lat-





"For many years I have'' een a uf-

tr-r i:iy: h;-:i.e lie advantage of our fp,>r from bn )ronchial catarrh, ant ha.d
e.xcelle-nt l 1, school. They are re-! le-paired of anything like a cur-.
siitlng at the Spen.ce. resiilence. on j.It, of :,y phasan; surprise when
th co:'rn-r of North Magnolia and I fir.t us;,l Hyonei. which br.uzht
No('"T Thir",. ,:i'eets. *.oinpli',- relief. Hyonm-i has l,:-On a
verital)i,- u7odlsen."--Rev. Chales
Miss Ella Mendenhall. one of the Hartley. Sarlinia Ohio.
Ocala High School teachers, arrived Thousanis of catarrh iIffe e:', l ave
iFriday afternoon from her home at -en i ispair. The have trie
give tn upin it -zpo !air. The,e have t,'io,f
Ei ustis. She was accompanied to stomach 'iosin., snuff, sprays ani
Ocala by her mother, and thy will do'.ches without success, and notw i,-
keep house here this winter. At pres- liHve catarrh to be incurable.
euet they are with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Bu the PosToffice DruiT Sor ) '..ol(ds
Stevens. out hope to a!! uiis ressel. They seii
a a reni-lv call,,tI Hyomei w-hicih is:
Mrs. Raiford Walker. formerly .Miss uarante-l for catarrh. cells. c itihs.
Lavelette Martin. of this city. who bronchltis. asha ni co.
1", .I l-Tifl* -5 -h- an, C O ).
';n --1 ...i.... t n,(, le i on-i- hi,- in Gain,--s- .. . .

Mrs. Walker Bishop and children,I OLD MEN-WHAT OF THEM?
who have been spending several' -
months at Crystal River and Live Gradually approaching the biblical
Oak, returned home last week, and limit in point of years we are natural-
they are now occupying Miss Margar- ly more or less interested in the des-
et Peace's house, opposite the home tiny of old men. and on our recent
of Dr. W. H. Powers, on Watula street, visit to New York we made it a point
to ascertain the precise part they are
Mr. R. L. Anderson who has been ; performing in the drama of life.
at Hot Springs, Ark., for some weeks,j It must be remembered that gray
very ill. has gone to'Rochester, Minn., hairs and the length of years do not
to consult the specialists, Doctors always bring decrepitude.
Mayo. Mrs. Anderson and his broth.- Men at sixty and seventy, and even
er. Mr H. L. Anderson. accompanied at eighty, when they are in positions
him. to do so, carry on vast business con-
Dr. andl Mr-. G. E. Yancey and M s. Mr. Henry M. Flagler is a case in
Charles Mathews have returned lome oint. He has passed the biblical lim-
fro-m, C. a f ,.w ,ayvs visit with the for- it f .. *. .. t,. .. .. t- i I..-


1000 bushels Improv-

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Oats for Sale

For Prices Apply to



Ferrr's Sec 1I
are ttie esltr u- -~.'-I ~~~
the tuostr*i.i
Every pa( k.. ze 1. 'I!,x1 iqvrr.a'n
highest iii tl ct..
to all 4''L~ u I '.'. 1, %v:-i olr., t p.ji',9. flinfl
ror planit-nv., *v, V4 ~ u v an.'. d4
Flower Seeds.Iiv. to it. l. Send ifor it.
D, M. FERRY &. CO., Detroit, Mich,


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court o: .' ,
Fotr railrui'U inou
state of Vl.ortiLi
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For county J -i t,.
For sheriff
For clerk of th t ire .r ,,i
For county as,.aor of t. -
For tax collec'toIr
For county ..rtt.T *. ,i t
lic instruction
For countyv tr .,,ir -
For ( >' eii' '.;* .' 'in
For I', ( i,<< ', ',(lna
For thr.., ;i,, 'l", ,> .. lt
board of pal li For jui-tiV< ,f ih,. i,..+ ,,n
the followin:s jcs' 't. t ;-,r -
Nos. 1 2. L, :, : I i
12. 13. 14. 1.. i'. '-, '' I ".
23, 24, 2- .. .,, .;.
For co)nstal)e in .ini f r h.' I. ,
ing justice d:'trilt,. iti
Nos. 1. 2. 4. :..; :, 11
12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 1%. :a
23, 24, 25,. 26. 27. 2, % 2,. .. ,
In testimony wher.-of I hat. ho r

aut^^ftAt~flrB^,"""^^B unto set m^y hand and affixiil iho grom
J seal of the state of Florida at Tall
hassee. the capital. this th., Brut
of September. A. I) 1119
Secretary j *IN&*
Am;-. As To Henry Gordon. Sh..rtff UatIm
C.oun&ty. .Cony

f ^^ i l ^ NOTICE OF MKETINQ OF 14 141
wais, Thi Ctro rr y 1 w-TUAL MINING COMPANY

Itlf ^ ~i~ nA special meeting of the storkbM
Al~i ers of the Mutual MIniag Co. will be
held at the office of the company

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL AND Ocala, Fla.. on Monday. the MWb ds
CONGRESSIONAL TICKET of October, A. D. 1908. at 1i orIelm
(Advertisement.) a. m., for the purpose of v>lf s
the following propoitiono.w vti
TAFT AND SHERMAN. To increase the capital .iwlt o fU
said company from $2w.mmN ,M t
Republican Electors: $400,000.4,0. and to ameni Ar', ., ilU
ZACHARY T BIELBY. DeLand. of its charter according
CHARLES H. STEWART, Melbourne. of Its charter acorin tfgli
.JAMES CARNELL, Ormond. To increase th, arimni ,f m.l-.
HENRY WV. BISHOP, Eustis. edness or liability to which ,maid ro
CHARLES G. PARLIN. Carrabelle. pany shall at any t.ni*- -: t ,..Wf

Congress. First Disrict: from $2,1 .0,,..,,, t,, $1,i,, .-, ,,, an i t
GEORG(E V. AL.LiEN. Key West amend Article VI of it, h4 .r a w
Pecon,' Dist'.ict: Ocala. Fl.i. S,-ittni*,-r 'r., ",,,-
WVIILIAM R. O'NEAL, Or!andlo. (;EO .\lP\SI',TH< s.

Thirc; District: '
WI.LIA.M H. NORTH'P. Pefrsac:la.I ROBT. XV. (GR\XF:.
S S9-4-w S <..
Republican State Ticket I ---_
The ,'llwin) .r. r he noinfee: : NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
FIor (Govirnor:"
.JOHN M. C I Y.NEY. Orlando.
For ,omlp)troller: I ltrti'{i" ,t '. I' * . r
JOSEPH L. SKiPPER Iaelad. I'. S. L.audl O ,. a, ..,in -,!. ria
Fr Tr-a.-ii r "r: ; .
IRVINE E. WEBSTER. Gaineviell. ...
S No.ice is h,.r-l0y gt 1., IfE.E A 10
For Stecr-tary of Stat+-:
.IOHN F. PORR. Key \- V-. Benson of Anthonv I-'iV, %, ), m
For Attorn,-x General: I May 1. 1!44I7' uian.. I ,,s -'. ... i.',r
FRED C. ('I'BBERLY. Cedar K-y. ',. 7.614 r, iS.rial N ,I., r -,i*sh
For Supt. of Public Instrurcion"
GEOR(;E V. HOL'MES. SNar s. half southwest qar.. an ...' lalf
For Conmrii-sioner otf Agriculture: southeast quarter. -,i ,.n ',-I
-JOHN F. STUNKEL. I.esldira-. ship 13. south, ran, a- !:A.


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To the Sheriff of Marto C.,,unty d
the State of Florida
Be it known that I. H Cay ',
ford. secretary of state of th *i-
of Florida. do hereby gi,. m uhr, tbm
a general election will b. h-1.l in M
Irlon county. state of Floritla 4m T r,
day next succeodirg the fir,' N '4a4p
in November. A 1I )1%- % i.- cd
Tuesday being the thtr. lav .,f ..
For five r l rtsi.l.ntil.! ,. .. .
For repri-s.n~atl f:..n> ',r I -
gressional i ct ,, 'f 4 .,r m et
Sixty-firsr t,',ongr.. ,', 'i n ,.,
For governor ,f h. r [ i ,
For secr,'tr\ f. -'., .. s**
of Flori,:i
For a ttr!'. p .- A*; "' * '..10
of Fiori.d a
F,)" cor:. ' . I t i
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ier's parents at Umatilla. Dr. and
Mrs. Yancey will be here for a short
while longer before going to Oklaho-
ma City. Okl':-.homa. to reside,

Miss N-tiie l.isk. ,:Igt'..lt-" oif Dr.
,.'.k. has re':'iw.el ,) her lh :nie a
(' Inor. after speieiua the slmlli.e'"
\vlh. ,'-tianv.'- i In iana anil Mihi-
zal:. Hr vi :; was madle very Ie-
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