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I THE OCALA BANNER SECTION PAGES 9 TO TWO 16
= THE NEWSPAPER WHAT IS IT BCT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST rOMEKNS CCWTEK
y 42 i OCALA FLORIDA FKIDAY A UJ fsT 1907 ONE DOLLA1 1 A YEAH
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1 Local and Personal
Sara IEtraI a Harris L xa1 Editor
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mfc It 4btatd t < tltNU in N + ewr city
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I iutptd It th city ci1Stt HiMMt ptar
1 Haar fiml ruilt 41C 4rtHnc horses
I IL n uA 1 4W Nctlrlt 1W t4KT le cruelly
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Mr fl5d 1 Warn taw tltex sari six
1 rivs4 audit tl ike add Kellutt iilace I
wq 4en ian4l is < 1 m H trade for
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a d pet dt e a Ctmllat tdtl walk
lilt Kt I Wari > llltt ex member of
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Ute lhart uf c twtml Natt If Ocala
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in atN + tt 1t1 datt to IIHHH hit dauph
tr Mar Warimann mho hast
t itl i1tltdiac alit Pat fift ii nuwth
tHakln a tour of the con
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1 at J i t r Tinud from a lt t r trip
s eN t rK Jamt Mown and othei
t i He ka mt1 at tilt
IN thtt of tftr < >
his dangbter and her
f r al r I H mt hc
Uiid former
t uhd Mr Rems Lindsay
Col
Jf 01118 M > w of Dearer
111 Uudr isnom a 4uctor On
ae t ttf the wester rilwayteaiid Is ex
IL tftwuftW ht ftfl tO as
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w t Atl enftlfftdent of the system
Mis oW Clarion county friends rejoice
lr Ellison is
IN j ls g l fortune
preparations for larger oper
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dition to his farm opentfions
tntl invested in a sloth of cattle as
a side line
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The Ocaia Colony at Seabreeze and
1 Daytona Beach
Msame Atkinson i4 din soiii <
ipnty ork with bands oif cigar
j Ask her to show you some of her
work
I iiiss Sara Harris is becoming an
I expert swimmer and she caa show
L fmn of the other girls a few water
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I Mr and Mr C pr K Robin on
jcottaare is ii r ntit AOUB for Litany oi
the fri nd of 1t Ui st Kh l HIII
tluN Rohincm
itt 1 V M Vu
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I Mi I Irri has lion to the nmun
tain of North Carolina Her h ulti
in ittl 5m areomimnied her
Mr H C Jones wife and fannl
1 jiiM iii nt iti7ens flf Ocala hav a
j eotin at IktyUtna lk ac h and are t n
joMni in t nahd Ma > ihen
i Mr X A Bite li of MonttmioK
Fla and Mrn T X Iini > an < di of
Stark Fla wife and daughter < > f
Kaifroul Vnuniissiotier Newton A
itliuh ir iii its uf Mr Rrirk Slniih
of tty I lla who Las a cottage al f1ty
luna Ikftb
Mrs C i Todd hill Huh 1114
aiharin T dd of < k ala are Wi
nf Irs Kriiik Mart of Hiav tha
i iittm 1 alls T < Mi ljv nn K at llat
J tuna UIHII air T < tll and M5vs l < on
Ii > ilati Is tt < Miakin qnie a r rlfrd
It liiillis iti fh with hot + k HHI Uu
Ii ail I n d1I nil of tth 10 > 1
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H I II ui t lIrd rilviitat f
I Init < II al ltalI a ill Ol Itt
i Fiht a it u > tits t 1 tltw of
I th > uatojia sit ua1 ion in tlii > l
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dun uf Florida
Mr IUar 4as that lit is rtal
rtrt r l at file rte ittitttt lu has tv
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y ttd his most t saMKUtue cxH > ctatkniH
lie is most dhUnguiHhect looking and
has all the A Ik iiriii > tv of men who
iuic left their iuiffivi UKHI public
affair i and iu any cimipany would btj
tkAfItN us a uuut of no ordiuarj i
hMa1t1
Mr lard mAde a most txkauative
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stthi cif the tiutuuef of the adoption j
of iht tifitftiih imi ulnutit to the
ft h rlil nmstiiutiou ant liar renchtHli
tlw etmrlnsion that it vats never lo
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gnll H < > t > te < t find in iMniftdent Utile if
it ii i w brought btforrt the supreme j
it wrt of the 1iiHod States his grent I
etwrt of last resort will fully sustain
ills t nttitiUm and that tin time is I
now ripe tor it to go before this court
for judicial dftorminntion I
Mr Heard has eollnUHl all the facts j
trlttteI4l with the soculled adoption
tJi said ninendttient and has reared aj
tuo t formidable structutv and th
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facts Stand out BO clear as to its Ir i
tvguUr adOlttion that he does not fort
ft moment hesitate t say that the
court with the truth of history recit
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ed nut declare it invalid and In doi
UK so tilt t1 susuiiud by the en
lightened sentiment of the country
Mr Beard is yet a young man it
full oi zeal energy and ambition and
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if elvtd vjjl make a name that vril
1 rank aonii > If uf Yulees befoie thr
1 tvil war IH rui awl C V Joness of
A latr Kit
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c j 11 r t t1 a iu Lioal i l tt
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Pr H o I HIUT who owns a love
y lhm aui Oiange grove on beauti
ful Lake Yir gas iu town Thursday
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and speiit a pleasant few moments in i
our tncuui chatting of the times
i when he himself had to grind out ed
jitorials locals rend proofs and do
i other chores around a printing offlce
The doctor is a pleasant gentleman
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1 i ANTEDTo buy from 50 to LOOJ
I acres land in Florida in healthy
j place where stock vain be raised and
where there is plenty of fish Ad
dress with terms price etc E Lee I
Bradley Ala 726wit
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J Mr Jennings Visits the Capital Dr Y cr w
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Porter Also a Prominent Visitor c hv d 4
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If th < 1 tint niir a1ht atjr in im it
Ii li t JIIIt I
alr 41 i t tIit 1 t 1 jai it t II
h il vitintluli ic u j t j
I n that has tried or th tajutai
r u hoard tiif r < rt i t > i V
th Lil il < O < O 1 I I II I Z Z
rouJine of Ih dfjtai niluaJ wild is
l ein 4 done
The railroad jtllnt in < fntmi >
o do biMn < at tin oi stand ai
r oidiiutrih hart i a 1 t fiip
in Iic work of thai branch of tlw j t
nWhltt during I hp sumnur Th
f tl4niiI artompanid tb oMiciaN
of tie C F fi A Hallway Coiupaij
10 Vclntyn and made a persona in
I I Hiion ol th bri iir > at tiiui 1 tc
tvvr the + cKocKH tif tsoukel rh
r nCnil rtp orrtti unsafe hy iln
ah uip t lor ot raiway projKrtu1
Tall tonittrion oi th bruise ha > btn
iU subject ot much i Ml vioii in this
irion An Mipi + ioM Ats nad ht
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tN tit tl i tl e W rtti lit n1i tttlta
1 pi 1 > tlIIy fo ituit an or
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Thenfun We < iK > tdT ImT thorp
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i iu HI illll fp r Mitliic Mann lv r
1lu oeinni 01 trains arts tfn
i trestle One > eni a > a lime will be
< piaeril in position Intween trains
rtndor1ti that part ot the work abso
lately safe fur the movemeni of trains
during the proRres of rebuilding
i Melntyre is a center of local titter
iest in this sectioit hl1ill R the sum
mer months as it ia the statUm where
itfissensers leave the railroad for that
primitive and delightful resort St
Theresa maUiuc the balance of the
trip overland iw a sutt houet wagon
with two diminutive mules us motive
IKJWtf
Hon T A JeiiniitRs watt lttre this
week for n day and accompanied the
raiht > ad commissioners and the G F
it A oillcifih to McIntyre
This waa Mr Jeimlups tlrst visit
here since he said he would nd be
a candidate for governor and his
friends kept him busy listening to
their expressions of regret at his de
ciitn
The Griner Farm Picnic
Ve i i nnnne tl I hear mnfi reporf
of the tSriner Farm picnic It U e
timatrd that tat + re Wtn ix hnulred
HIt same number that wrt nn ler
Lord Carcli an at Balaklaver and
whom Ttnny > on ha mad inauou
fjiM p eihe uf Dr Carroll uu + 1 Mr j
Pai aie till the jbjrMi of fartra
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of ioi ttt > ba r T i
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ci i be LItin If v I i v i
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M enju > r F P 4lhIl SIT A P
Hal1 Of 1 r M Kuu I1 Siti
John > on 1 hJ e Fore fl Heury
trigs 1 LulU Lufiuian 1 Her
bert Weeks II W E Morrifon 1
G N Ellis SMC Marvin Hewitt 5lc
Arch Culberth SC P L Billingsley
2 J H Harvey 50c W J Wilson
1 J J Lunmaa 5tc C C Weeks
Si W H Scarborough 51 Jd
Neal 1 J H Hull 5 > c C MMur
jphr 1 Geo Lwtman Salt H R
Lutfman 50c Clareac Day 50c J
I p Wilson 51 W T Chalker 50c
I Crews 50c lobley 25c Peter Loos
I 1 B H Seymour 50c J F Lwff
man 1 L L Priest 50c W H Mil
I ligan 50c J Y Sullivan two goats
F W Veber one goat R G Real
I one goat
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L I < > rti > r IV J V Pr
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l a II i > > in
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Cotilior HElii rorm > + rlv r j TI
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formerly sirwii is MTU ii in tit ia i 1
vital opiral hmuon ami wtt7 i
a or anitr and ihr tor t hl Hy j
girni < IaU ratory of the P ir
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HaUh uud Murin 1 h > iti nxiv u
WjisutuTin Sine1 Pr 11ra < <
datl Lt ia TtMjporarily in eti in I
Ilr air Ju > tat laboii ir Pr
Porter cjl Pre < id nt H + rh t of th
i i tt > 11 iii1 n h ailh tfe of h I lilt
ion thai ti nuie uf fi t irt
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arraaf Irs 1 t t n ur la1 a i
IJ i pr anniii v n i h t i + r 1
I whhh ih HnhH in r
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I salary hT ltt pt1d
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ehar nir
nf the la ttty i
ed by some of the leader of tlie I e
1Fleuting JatJ1 and other < i The
remedy IH renewal of proper tlk
qualificationM and tulque4itaht
proof of faithful service
A well Known West Florida senator j
was much surprised to find that the
legislature had passed a law allow ins
Confederate soldiers who are inmates 1
of the COT federate Soldiers Home in
Jacksonville and for whose mainteni
ance the ate appropriated one hnni I
died dollars each per annum to con I
tinue to draw pension from the state
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Formerly sneh rsons were debarred
from dniwiut pensions and bo was I
only convinced wheii the law in ques
tion was produced Then he was like
the little boy the calf ran over had i
nothing much to BaYt > excep that he
did not think such a law was right j 1
JEFFERSON BElL
ELL
life at Silver Springs
Vdr iJHY Mr K C W 1 io 1 of Or
noil tart out w th a fi > nd TAC a H
for Frfcins aId kttjtiv od aaneh ride
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Thtirlav Mr t V W THat and
Mr C E Fox rhartor i rb Kvnuh
for the day tnteli idinsr to ae a crux
f fony mil < bv fi + tr d h ri viP
ldktl wi In ud n
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r I I U J L i r 14 M f
f1int f a try T A > Il T L Ai
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rah to thP OVlawaha an 1 r PlM
airay fPjoH < 0 n ifow = p and
C V Miller chartered PI < a mh and
1 fihed hard all day bard enough to
have caught one hundred Vat suc
I ceeded in landing only twentyone
1 trout
j Ask fIr Miller about tlarge ones
he let pet away
The name of Hon Jas D Beggs of
Orlando has been mentioned by
some of bi > friends as a candidate for
congress from the second district
This is tbe first intimation we have
heard of bringing the judge out but
we believe he would make a strong
I raceFlorlda Star Titusvllle
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Death of a Sweet Little Child
i Tilt iisrresinr rl1fltrtllittion rah
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< ti ala that Uororhy the ti httar
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Jod daughter of air and Mrs Como
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u Ma 8 ey lurni rly of Ouii iio w
l i it Prr ir Ia difl Fiilaj
i uui InL alter a three day liana > d
< fl ttlknji TlI deah was part ic
aiy > ad a > the iht au j i L itn
it td tiiruigh a 1 > all of
t ari i anl a hv tit vuti 1 + a
> its vt r j i ic tJtr ilk rtrior
ultll IT a4 Nn attacked wih tli
ia ill lb aI an I in a v < r
uil Sti ldl r I 10 111 i nu a
F > t 1 it 111 a Ia
ktl u M < > a > > > oai ltUi s a r
tiair i t a i
Ti fnidsi tIt r i 1 Lto >
in J aa t Xi i < n v > ti >
U to h f r t it alI s0
a t Hi
The Ocala Com n OJ C ion
IIr1 if u hi
1 t s o If i1 > r
S t A hn h wi r
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nuncini T 1 n S > < thh r i m7
All white apjIu > > WM tiioei in tl >
Ocala Hiuh s ehool buPdMis and all
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colored ai + plant < in Howani Acad
emy buildin at t oc luck a n One
dollar will he charged each applicant
ccordin to taw W O OARX
S14 tf SUIT Pub lnt i
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The Banner has bet n asked to cot
re t an item which appeared in the i
Star a few days ago We have been
informed that Misses Julia they of j
Troy Ala and Sara itavU are the i
only members of the Ocala colony <
at lake Weir who have become expert j
high divers while Misses Alta Pear i
son and Mary Burford have become
very proficient swimmers confining
themselves to the water and not do i
ing aay air stunts A swimming and i
high diving contest between the Ocala
belles at the lake and those at Sea 1
twrezt would be an interesting event i
n a 0 h
L e are not prepared to say rt IIU
would be victorious coild such a
latch be pulled off but we feel quite
pure That a utBlhr of records would
U shartrd
Mr J 111 T L wi ae up Ctrr
> t tjivjij ta iti kah Sanrda1 and
f in r a r < m fr tai ii 1 iH t Ar
M n I H al hr 10 rj > or
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T mia anal li 1 not ritn triJ Hc
SI r ntr s hv WV of Talahas e al
hough Editor Claude was there with
bis phonograph anxious to grind out
that same old tune for him Walt I
me around and around once again
Willie I i
STOLENOn Monday July 22 one
bay mare with four black feet me
dium size branded A L L on left j
side Stotea from back of Mclver j
JMacKays store Liberal reward will
be paid for the arrest of the thief
with evidence to convict
A S HOOKER
82 4t Anthony Fla
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I A dating theft lack wrought ta night
On darling HUh Roe
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B neath her very no >
IhIadelphia rre s
Tis to bt hoped that if fair ROM
R turned the biir
Jack did not overlci
But turned and ki d tick
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t n tH hou e I believe It to tw
t 1 > tt1t valuable pv ntlon tmcwn
fur Lang and Threat V = Fa < es GW to <
antPd to lever diap + 1nr the n1iker
by Tydfjic Co Price 5V and Sill
Trial bottle free x
A Sh < < king Affair
I The Orlando Flnrua Senfinei etlT
tonally says
A most harrowing arrnVnt bn lll
this olllce last Friday We received
a letter from a subscriber who stated
that he had sent us a check for S1 to
apply on his subscription We lookcsd
at the precious bit of paper and it
Wa a draft for 373a malt out to a
catalogue house iu the north ordering
furniture
Thats about the usual apportion
ment of funds in some families ona
dollar for home industry and 337 Cal
for the support of foreign institutions
Redlands Kal < itrosraph
Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Known
to Fail
I want to say a rw words for
Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dt
arrhoea Rpmfflf have nswl this
prescription in my family for the pnat
five years an l have commended U
fo a number of people in York couaty
and have never known it to fail to ef
fect a cure In any instance i fee
that i cannot say too innch for tr
best remedy of thF > kind hi the world
3 JemlsoQ Spring Grove T w l
county r > fv rerr > 1q for ca
y all A k x
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tOwriter f 1 r
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rttta a for ohr Qr
fnnlr V in wi1 d v
what i m ant bv other pltfo
Maiif New Enterprise
Adoprin a prohibition amenMr <
to ttt constitutirn to be submitted t j
the ejectors of the state for ratiiu
lion or jetion tas ini the stat
insurance bill and other aws of like
mportane
Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Df
arrnoea Remedy Better Than
Three Doctors
Three years ao ve hal three
doctors with our little boy and ev
erything that they could do seemed
i In vain At last when all hope seem
I ed to be gone we began using Cham
I berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and in a few hours he be
I gan to improve Today he is as heal
thy a child as parents could wish
forIrs B J Johnston Linton
I Miss For sale by all druggists x
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