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Awful Suffering of a Boy
from an Itching ItchingHumour ItchingHumour ItchingHumour
Humour HumourCURED HumourCURED HumourCURED
Not One Square care Inch of oSkin Skin on onHis onIS onHis
t His IS Whole Body Was WasUnaffected WasUnaffected as
Unaffected UnaffectedMy
My little son a boy of five broke brokeoat brokeHtWllth brokeo
oat HtWllth o > tFt with an itching rash Three doc doctors doctMs doctors ¬
tors prescribed for him but he kept keptgetting keptIgOOtiag keptgettitfg
getting worse until we could not dress dressUha dressany dressbh
Uha any more They finally advised advisedme
me to try a certain medical college but
Its treatment did not do any good At Attbe Attllte
the time I was induced to try Cuticura
Remedies ROlllc < Ues he was so bad that I had to tocat tocat toc
c cat t his hair off and put the Cuticura
OMf Qtefcaent Q mont nt on him on bandages as it was
Impossible ll1 HsslbJe to touch him with the bare
band There was not one square inch inchof InchC Inchof
of C skin on his whole body that was not notafiboted nota notaUboted
afiboted a bcted He was one mass of sores soresT soresThe
The T e bandages used to stick to his skin skint skinattd skinaDd
aDd t d in removing them it used to take takethe taket takethe
the t e skin off with them and the screams screamsfrom screamslOm screamsfrm
from lOm the poor child were hcartbreak hcartbreakiag hear break breakIng
iag l I began to think that he would wouldoever wou1dDe6r wouldnever
never get well but after the second secondapplication secondlpplkatioD secondappEcatlon
application of Cuticura Ointment I Ibog IOO Ibegan
bog OO began n to see signs of improvement improvementaad
and with the third and fourth applications applica applications appIicaurs ¬
tions the sores commenced to dry up
His skin peeled off twenty times but it itfinally ItADd itiSniU
ADd finally yielded to the treatment I used usedtfee usedtJte usedthe
the Cuticura Resolvent for his blood bloodaa4 b100dalMl bloodaad
aa4 now I can say that he is entirely entirelycared entirelyOUIOO entirelyoured
cared and a stronger and healthier boy boyywt boyH boyyou
you H never saw than thanbe he is today todayROBERT todayROBERT
4i2 Center Ave A e Chicago Ill Dec DecIS DecII
30 1S07 1S07No IS 1207h
h No 1 o return in six years Mr Wattam Wattamwrites Wattamwros Wattams1rl
writes s1rl es Feb 28 2 1908 1908Your 1901HYour 190Tour
Your letter of the 21st in regard to tothe tothecase tothecase
the thecase case of my little boy at hand I am amtnriy amtr1dy amtrWly
tnriy thankful to say that the cure cureoSbcted cureeifooted curee11oeted
oSbcted by the Cuticura Remedies has hasbeon basbean hasbean
bean a most thor thorough ugh and successful successfulcure
cure to date dateSoM dateSeW dateseed
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ta fl fens ef rf Cboceimie Coiled Cot If IIIIa tie per vial er 68 63tfIe
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Are A Fitter r t1 < < Drug Drs aM aa clan ClI Corp C tTP Sale Setear Ptvprfcten PtvprfctenUuseur p par
ar Send fz feeut hew to C1ireEyery Cur Erap UfBeurIF Uuseur UuseurFLORIDA lu our ourFLORIDA
iB1l11te fLnc 4r f U Ute e Oceta OcetaIPfce Ocx BaKKer BaKKermite BeaaerThe
mite progress of scienoe in this cen centtny ceoItIIlVmas centr
ttny ItIIlVmas tr y has marked an era in the history historyof
0 of oivlMzfttion The polity l lity of gov government goveramoat ov ovrlIlm ¬
ernment rlIlm ut has advanced and nd tuatrrialytreiugth material materialstrength ru8t riul riulgtireltgl1t
strength bas been supplied to all na natfias D8ItMas naitQ
itQ tfias < ilhs which have followed in die dieof ihewMJk thej
L j + wMJk of c science Ieuee National ideas haveenlarged have haveenlarged haveeD
enlarged eD ed beyond sectional bias anti antigeographical nut nutgeographical RndIlteogrsllHi
geographical I Ilent cal boundaries The intel iutelDeftt intelent
lent ent has achieved aobie td success where arms armswould armsId armswld
would Id have failed The laboratories laboratoriesof laboratoriesfsoleoce
of eoience and empiricism lu are aglow aglowWfltlfa aglowlItib aglowsIVh
Wfltlfa experiments to solve the laws of ofnature ofIDatlureand ofnature
nature IDatlureand and establish the rules and andfidiusiries andIJlGllu andadusbtries
fidiusiries IJlGllu les of 1 art Commerce and andiiBteraaliunal andlilJltermsthmat andi
iiBteraaliunal i comity have ha v associated associatednations sssociatedlutll
lutll nations na + tllons ns into bl C mutuality for progress progressand progressIsudsd1aoooment progressand
advancement and in the materials of ofIpower ofjp4Dwer ofmower
mower and eivilizitiou Englandao England Englandcooperates EnglandoeoperatbS
cooperates ao with France to construct eoustruetlaltu constructa
1 laltu a tittawel nI4e under the English channeliaad channel channeland cluinuell cluinuellIBmciw1ttJlI
and IBmciw1ttJlI with political poI tic81 sagacity purchased purchasedaw I IItlMtlerest
aw interest I + tc + terest ia the Suez SU canal to secure SPClreIoce secureiaocese secureaocese
aocese to t the Eu East t Indies At home homewe I Iwe
we are Ire b bo HtiIOG + riind ad by cordons of iron from fromiBfrWNttotitn fromIlJM4NIItaltlJa fromi
iBfrWNttotitn i + mtaui + m to C sea board from fro tn ocean to tootteam toH8III1 tooeaey
otteam aa and i oonueeied by electric electricidftfrafcis el electricdh4 ctric ctricci1MtliJlSmm
idftfrafcis ci1MtliJlSmm dh4 bIk from hemisphere b to bemis bemisinhere bemisere emispltere
inhere ere la this centennial o teuuial anuiver anniversary anuiverAI1Deriaan anuiverS ¬
sary S American art lifts the crest of ofHiMiiMHMl ofImalulbGt4 ofma
exhibition to the theworki thewrikl thew
HiMiiMHMl ma + iih oai ia proud
worki w rld Science has demonstrated demonstratedtii demoDstrattdIUlNLlttJl4t
itlha IUlNLlttJl4t tii at t the gorged gC liged d deburchure of the theMiisdlssfiiftirf theNIssIssI
Miisdlssfiiftirf 1 NIssIssI S JIIM lM can Mill be opened to txeau txeauairatft Ofe raneanepa4lt n nulfltaIJltd
airatft ulfltaIJltd xid H d the peiitup utup power of that thatriver thatII11gilt1t thatim6
im6 II11gilt1t 1l 1l4Iln ty river l sent adrift upon the thewx4era theItUctlt
ItUctlt 4Iln o wx4era > a + to ters Judt > a a from the granaries granariesf ranaries ranariesItK
ItK < e f the a + reat West This achieve achievea achieveitaertt
h9 national deliverance and andof andr
itaertt e i a
1 r + ItelIMilIf f of o r stale we offer tribute tributet
i t Ube ae omterprtee e by suggesting that thatIfMdllter a aifiWUher aftiher
ifiWUher barrier rriar be removed by bya a ship shipoa shiploaoat shipoar
of Florida FloridaWWb FtnridaU FloridaWtUh
loaoat oa oar U aoross the peninsula
WWb U + u t prejudice INti tM1ice to other projects projectswe
we 1 betPi eapeak eat tbe aid of government Cernme1tt to towvey toger toern
ern ger wvey Y Ube roIte ro rti te e near n tll the twenty twentyfartb twen twentyref ty typjNlIlel
ref fartb parallel of o i north litatude to the theSt theSt be be1St
St Johns river and IKI thence through throughtibe
tibe It te 9tetersrt tue ers to o Feraandina na It is s theAYntaest the theidlMrtast th thISIIer1fi8St I
the thewwrtens tbeers
for connecting
I idlMrtast route
Gulf of Mexico withiU4e with withitlbe withlt
wwrtens ers of c the
itlbe lt te Atteiuie o eeaii eeaiiUto CetlJtIDa ceanPt I
St StQkfiairtteVi StM i
there is a gap through
IDa Pt Uagta ne + nr nrMartis
QkfiairtteVi M t48 reef with a depth of twenty twentytiiree twent twentIthleefeet twentywater i
the theirap thel
Ithleefeet tiiree t ree feet of ofirep water according to
irap l t rtof + tO t of the U US S coast survey sune af afan af1iHat1li1 afentrance
the deep deepof deepWtttr8
tif 1iHat1li1 + ttvg an anwa entrance
of oftfl ofIt1te ofhee
Wtttr8 wa + Uttxs of c the gulf
It1te tfl e WMhlacooehee ti itt laeeec laeeecwas hee river This reef reefwas reefwas
millions of labor laborand labors
was constructed by
millions forand for forentrance foren1t
only a gateway
rs and aflbrds ai rd rdentrance s not
+ for safe safeaaohorane safelauob safeanohot
en1t entrance t1ce but is a
Without it an anopened anOP9Ded anpe
aaohorane lauob he e within
would wouddbe be liable to the
opened pe > eed channel
J j dangers of shifting quicksands to till tillit tillit tillit
it up as has occurred on the Atlantic Atlanticcoast AtlanticC08t Atlanticcoast
coast of Florida The channel can be beopened beopened beopened
opened with little comparative labor laborand laborand laborand
and expense as the bed of the bay is issoft issoft issoft
soft sandstone saud tone calcarious rock coral coraland coralI
I and shells These would give gi ve solid solidwalls solidwalls solidwalls
walls to direct the flow of the river rivercurrent rivercurrent rivercurrent
current which by its force would wouldcarry wouldcarry wouldcarry
carry through foreign matters with withut withtPut withOut
Out ut deposit The dissipated waters watersof
of the tb river where it deboushes debou bes could couldbe
be consolidated into one on channel by byjetties byjelties byjeltiesand
jeltiesand jetties and piling We thus enter the theWithlacoochee theVithhtcoochee theWithlacooehee
Withlacoochee river with a depth of ofwater ofwater ofwater
water exceeding twenty feet and follow fol follow follow ¬
low it without obstruction obstru tion for nine ninemiles ninemiles ninemiles
miles to Fort Clinch at which point pointwe
we meet with obstruction i of lime limerock limerock limerock
rock which could be easily removed removedor
or excavated At this point how however bowever however ¬
ever we will consider r tht construc construction constrnction coustruction ¬
tion of the canal to the St Johns Johnsriver Johnsriver Johnsriver
river The first consideration is the thesupply tbesupply thesupply
supply of water Blue Spring and andSilver andSilver andSilver
Silver Spring are the great subter subterranean subterranean subterranean ¬
ranean fountains of supply and the thesufficiency thesufficiency thesufficiency
sufficiency from these sources first firstsuggested firstsuggested firstsuggested
suggested the idea of a ship canal canalIt
It has been computed that they stv stverally StVerally stverally
erally discharge over five hundred hundredthousand hundledtbousand hundredthousand
thousand cubic feet eet of water per min Wiuute minute minute ¬
ute They are twenty three miles milesapart roUesapart milesapart
apart the former about fifteen miles milesfrom milesfrow milesfrom
from Fort Clinch discharged into the theWithlaeoochee theVitblacoochee theWitblaeoochee
Withlaeoochee river r and the latter latteron
on the theAtlantic Atlantic slope about twenty twentyfive twentyI twentyfive
five miles from the St Johns river riverdischarges riverdischarges riverdischarges
I discharges into the St Johns The Thesufficiency Thesutfioiency Thesufficiency
sufficiency of water is attested at this thistime tbistime thistime
time by the low water of the Ockla Ocklawaba Oklawaba Ocklawaha
waba south of its it junction j unction with the theSilver tbeSilver theSilver
Silver Spring run as it is called calledFrom culledFrom calledFrom
From the said junction to the lakes lakessouthward lakessouthward lakessouthward
southward the navigation has ceased ceasedleaving ceasedleaving ceasedleaving
leaving Silver Spring to supply water waterfrom waterfrom waterfromits
fromits from its fountain to the thejul1ction junction with withthe withthe withthe
the St Johns river a distance of one onehundred onehundred onehundred
hundred miles > d by the river riverThroughout riverThroughout riverThroughout
Throughout this distance the water is islimpid islimpid islimpid i
limpid as atits at its fountain head ihus ihusdemonstrating ihusdemonstrating ihusdemonstrating i
demonstrating its sufficiency to sus sustain susuun sustarn ¬ I
tarn navigation independently of ofother ofother ofother
other waters The next consideration considerationis
is the topography topo rapby along the line To Tothe Tothe Tothe I
the eye eY it is a general level with local localexceptions localexceptions localexceptions
exceptions easily passed through or orcircuited orcircuited orcircuited
circuited circuitedOf
Of course however there is a di dividing dividing dividing ¬
viding ridge ridgeas as shown by the flow of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the waters from said springs The Thegradients Thegradients Thegradients
gradients however would be trifling triflingand
and little or no lockage would be re required required required ¬
quired The Th soil as far as examined examinedis
is clay and calcareous affording dur durable durable durable ¬
able sides for the canal The esti estimated estiruated estimated ¬
mated cost of this canal taking the theaverage theI1veruge theaverage
average depth of the excavation to tobe tob tobe
be b thirty feet the width of o bottom bottomone
one hundred and fifty flfl feet and the thetop thetop thetop
top two hundred and ten feet for forsixty forixty forsixty
sixty two miles the length of the thecuiial tlwcanal thecanal
canal together with locks and en entrance entrance entrance ¬
trance to the Wiihlacouchee Withlaco xchee is about abouteight aboutigbt abouteight
eight millions of dollars Thvre will willbe willbe willbe
be a great reduction r re of distance if the theobstructions theobstructions theobstructions
obstructions of the th Withlaeoochee Withlaeoocheeriver
river nbove Fort Clinch be b removed removedand remoedand removedand
and by using perilous of the Silver SilverSpring SilverSpring
Spring 81 > rinJ run and Ocklawaha river as
parts of canal The St Johns river riverand riverRnd riverand
and the sisters will require dredging dredg dredging dredging ¬
ing at points to give uniform depth depthequal depthequal depthequal
equal to the canal canalIn
In conclusion I must suy that this thismagnificent thisma thismagnificent
magnificent ma niticent stream is wasting its itswaters itswaters itswaters
waters and pleads for the commerce commerceof
of the gulf through an artificial tribu tributary tributary tributary ¬
tary that will knit the bonds of af affinity affinity affinity ¬
finity with the nations dependent on onour onour onour
our granaries anti that will give the thenation thenation thenation
nation revenue in peace and security securityin
in war S M I G GARY GARYOcala GARYOcala GARYOcala
Ocala Fla June 11S76 11S70Rev I 11S76Rev lSiG lSiGRev
Rev Carlisle P B Martin L L D DWaverly DVaverJy DWaverly
Waverly Texas writes tlOf a amorning arnorning amorning
morning when first rising I often oftenfind oftenfind oftenfind
find a troublesome collection of ofphlegm ofphlegm ofphlegm
phlegm which produces a cough and andis
is very ver hard to dislodge but a small smallquantity smallquantity smallquantity
quantity of Ballards Horehound HorehoundSyrup HorehoundSyrup
Syrup will at once dlSbdgc it and andthe andthe andthe
the trouble is over I know of no nomedicine nomedicine nomedicine
medicine that is equal to it and it is isso isso isso
so pleasant to take I can most cor cordially corI cordially ¬
dially recommend it to all persons personsneeding personsi personsneeding
needing a medicine for throat or lung lungtroubles lungi lungtroubles
troubles Price 25e 5c 50e SIbottle at atAntiMonopoly atAnti atAntiMonopoly
AntiMonopoly Anti lonopol Drug Store and Ty Tydiugs Tydings Tydings
dings d Co m inTbe mTbe mThe
Tbe editor of the Nassau CountyStarwas County CountyStar Coun ty tyStar
Star Starwas was presented with four pocket pocketbooks pocketbooks pocketbooks
books as Christmas presents pr ents Wehope Wehope We Wehope
hope none of them will be empty emptyduring emptydnrlng emptyyduring
during the year ear 19Q4rBanner 1904 = Banner of ofLiberty ofLiberty ofLiberty
Liberty Now with those millions millionsfor
for political distribution the Nassau Nassaueditor NaEsaueditor Nassaueditor
editor ought to be a happy man
ro the Editor of the Ocala Banner BannerThe BannerThe BannerThe
The use of bloodhounds in tracking trackingpersons trackingpersns trackingpersrns
persons has become so common bas based based based
ed upon the th idea that in this regard regardthey re flyd flydthey rd rdthey
they are reliable that t at our legislature legislaturein
in 1901 authorized the county com commissioners commi commissioners ¬
missioners mi ioners to purchase them for the theuse tbeuse theuse
use of the sheriff in pursuit of crim criminals crilninals criminals ¬
inals inalsThat inalsrbat inalsThat
That this doc is not to be always alwaystrusted alwastrusted alwaystrusted
trusted in this particular seems to not notmeet notmeet notmeet
meet the approval of some of the thecourts tbecour thecourts
courts cour It is said of him by the thesupreme thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court of Nebraska in u arc arceent re recent recent ¬
cent opinion The bloc dbounds bus busof busof hatsof
of course a great reputation for sagacity sa sagacity sagacity ¬
gacity aud there is a prevalent belief beliefthat belieftbat beliefthat
that in the pursuit pur uit and discovery di covery of offugitive offug offugative
fugitive fug tiv criminals he h is practicably practicublyinfallible practicablyinfulJible practicablyinfallible
infallible It is a commonly accepted acceptednotion a acceptednotion ceptednotion
notion that he will start from a place placewhere p1acewhere placewhere
where a crime has been committed committedfollow committedfollow committedfollow
follow for miles the track upon upun which whichhe i
he has been set find the culprit con confront confront confront ¬
front him and miiabile ll1 1abile dicta by byuccusiug byaccusing byaccusing
accusing bay and mien declare Thou Thouart Thouart fhnuart
art the t e mall mauThis m mallThis n nfbis
This strange belief is with some somepeople somepeople somepeople
people apparently iucorrijible It is isa isa isa
a delusion which w ich abundant actual actualexperience actuRIexp actualexprrieuce
experience exp rieuce has failed to dissipate dissipateIt
It lives ou from generation to gener generation geutration entr entration ¬
ation It has still til1 the attractiveness attractivenessof
of u fresh creation Time writes no nowrinkles nowrinkles nowrinkles
wrinkles on its brow But it is never nevertheless nevertheless nevertheles ¬
theless a delusiou delu delusionan iouun an evident and andobvious andobious andobvious
obvious delusionThe delusion delusionThe dtlmion1he
The sleuthound of fiction is a mar marvelous marvelous marvelous ¬
velous dog but we find nothing quite quitelike quitelike quitelike
like him him in real reullife life The Thepath 1hepath Thepath
path of every human beiug through throughthe
the world at every step from the thecradle tbecradle thecradle
cradle to the grave is strewn with the theputresceut theI theputrescent theputrescent
putrescent excretions of his body bodyAfter bod bodAft bodyAfter
After Aft r referring referrju r to the crossing g and andparalelling andparalelling andparalelling
paralelling tracks etc the judgesays judgesaysHe
He always ahvu 8 followssorne follows some scent and he hegoes hegoes hegoes
goes somewhere Undoubtedly nice niceand niceand
and delicate questions q ueMtion8 are time and andagain andagain andagain
again presented to him for decisionNot decision decisionNot deci ion
Not knowing the consideration that thatcaused thatcaused thatcaused
caused the hound to adopt one con conI conclm
elusion clm ion rather than another the court courtheld counheld courtheld
held in that case where the hound houndhad bouudhad houndhad
had started 12 hours after the oOense oOenseand OffellSand olenstand
and the trail dad been walked over overetc overetc overetc
etc many timesduring tbat time the theconclusion tbeconclusion theconclusion
conclusion ofthe of the thedog dog was not compe competent cow coinpetent PA PAtent ¬
tent and a citizen should not be pun punished punished punished ¬
ished for an alleged crime because becausea
a certain < dog indicated by his con conduct conduct conduct ¬
duct that he believed the scent t of ofsome ofBome ofsome
some microscopic micro copic particle supposed to tohave tohave tohave
have been dropped by the perpetrator perpetratorof p rpetratorof
of the crime was identical with or orclosely orclo orclosely
closely clo ely resembled the cent of the theperson theperMon theperson
person who had been accused accusedBoschees accuse accuseBoschees accusedBoschees
Boschees German Syrup SyrupWe SyrupVe SyrupWe
We cannot understand undtr tnnd why auv auvperson anyperson I
person suffering sufr nng with a cold or throat throataud throatand throatand
and lung trouble will neglect to pur purchase pulcbuse 1U1chase ¬
chase a bottle of German Syrup yrup sold soldIn soJdIn soldIn
In all civilized parts of the world worldwithout worldwithut worldwithout
without a single case of failure failureThere failureThere failureThere
There are thousands of consumptives consumptivesright con umptive9 umptive9right
right here in Ocala that give Bosehees BoseheesGerman BoscheesGerman BoscheersGerman
German Syrup the sole credit of their
toeing oeing alive today Ask the Anti AntiMonopoly AntiIonopoJy AntiMonopoly
Monopoly Drug Store Price 25 and
75 cents 2 2Big 2Big
Big Fish Industry IndustryThere Industryfhere IndustryThere <
There are fisheries in North Carolina Carolinawhich Carolinawbi6h Carolinae Carolinawhich
which employ as many as 35000 peo people p people o opIe ¬
ple The product is put up in various variousways vanousways variousways
ways and shipped to all parts of the thecountry thtcountry thecountry
country but much the larger portion portionis
is manufactured into fertilizers fertilizersThe
The number of fish caught at a asingle asin asingle
single sin le haul are given as follows In
1843 of shad 6004 of striped bass or orrockfish orrockfish orrockfish
rockfish 43700 pounds of herring
300000 pounds poundsFlorida lOundsFlorida poundsFlorida
Florida has a larger sea Boast than thanNorth thanNorth thanNorth
North Carolina or any other state in inthe inthe inthe
the Union and while her fish indus industry industry industry ¬
try is large she has no such number numberas
as 35000 people employed in them themThe tbemThe themThe
The number of fish caught at a asingle asingle asingle
single Haul in North Carolina seem seemiufintesrnal seemintintesmal seeminfintesmal
iufintesrnal beside those stories set setafloat setafloat setafloat
afloat by Editor Adrian P Jordan of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Punta Gorda Herald HeraldDomestic HeraldDomestic HeraldDomestic
Domestic Troubles TroublesIt
It is exceptional to find a family familywhere familywhere familywhere
where thereare no domestic ruptures rupturesoccasionally ruptureoccasionally rupturesoccasionally
occasionally but these can be lessened lessenedby le sened senedby
by having Dr Kings New Life Pills Pillsaround Pillaround Plugaround
around Much trouble they save by bytheir bytheir bytheir
their great reat work in Stomach and andLiver andLiver andLiver
Liver troubles They not n t only reliev relievyou relievcu relieveyou
you cu but cure 25c at AntiMonop AntiMonopoly ¬
Makes Kidneys and Bladder Rioht
Tribute to Confederate Chieftains ChleftainsIarion ChieftainsMarion ChieftainsMarion
Marion Camp No 56 U C V met metin m metin t tin
in the armory Wednesday morning morningto mornin morninto
to hear the report of f the committee committeeto
to draft draftresolutlons resolutions upon the deaths deathsof d ath8 ath8of
of Gen James Longstreet and Gen GenJohn GenJohn GenJohn
John B Gordon GordonThe GurdonThe GordonThe
The committee submitted the following fol following following ¬
lowing which were unanimously unanimouslyadopted uJULniwous1yadopted unanimouslyadopted
adopted adoptedWhereas adoptedVhereas adoptedWhereas
Whereas Our Heavenly Father in inHis inHis inHis
His divine wisdom has called tu tuhimself tvhiw tohimself
himself hiw ef from our Southland and our ournation ournation ournation
nation our beloved leaders Generals GeneralsJohn GeneralsJobn GeneralsJohn
John B Gordon and James Long Longstreet Lon Lonstreet Longstreet
street therefore be it itResolved itResulved itResolved
Resolved By the Marion Camp Campo
No o 56 U C V First that we mourn mournthe 1U0UlIJthe mournthe
the death d atb of our two great leaders leadersslid 1eadt1lld leaderswurl
slid lld we desire to put our tribute ou ourecord ourecord unrecord
record We loved them living and andrevere andrevere ludrevere
revere their tb ir memories when dead deadThey deadlhey deadThey
They were union amour the bravest of the thebrave thtbruve thebrave
brave soldieis who wb followed the Stats Staisand Statsaud Statsand
and Bars They were peerless ii iigeneralship i itgeneralship Ii Iigeneralship
generalship able as statesmen true truepatriots tru truputriots trLtpatriots
patriots loving friends and stainless stainlessChristian srainlesChristiau stainlessChristian
Christian gentlemen gentlemenSecond gentlemenSecond n nSecond
Second That hat while we bow in inhumble inhumbl inhumble
i iGod
humble submission to the will of ofGod ofGod
God who has called call d these servants to tocome tocome tocome
come and be with the Great Gr aL Captain Captainof II i iof
of Salvation yet we w sorrow because becausetheir becametheir t ttheir
their places on earth e1 tb shall know tlitm tlitmno tilt In Inno rrtno
no rnoiv rnoivThird IlHHtfll1rd W011fhlyd
Third That we tender to the fami families families nmilies ¬
lies of our departed d defenders our ourmost ourmost ourmost
most profound sympathies sympathiesFourth sYlnpathiesFourth sympathiesFourth
Fourth That a copy of these reso resolutions resolutious resolutious
lutious bcisent h he sent to the families of our ourheroic ourberoic ourheroic
heroic dead and that they be printed printedin
in the Ocala Banner and IIDr Star Starbt llIr I j jC
C M Brown rowu D A Miller W C CJeffords j jJeflords i iJeflords
Jeflords Committee CommitteeSimple CommitteeSimple I ISimple
Simple Colds ColdsCease ColdsCease ColdsCease
Cease to be simple if at all pro prolonged prolonged ¬
longed The safest foIl1fe t way is to put putthem puttbem putI puttheat I
them aside n ide at the very beginning beginningBallards beginningBallard I IBalJard
Ballard Horehound Hor hound Syrvp x stops a acold ucold acold
cold and nd removes the cause of colds colds25c colds25c colds25c
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made to ascertain the effects of beer drink drinking drlnklog drinkIng ¬
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stomach and the manner in which it didits did didits didits
its work The moment you put lard lardcooked Jardcooked lardcooked
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