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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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regular
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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 )
 Notes
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TIlE XE\rSP.\PEH-h\\lL\ IS IT BUT .1 MAI' 0..' IH'SY I.I IT.ITS I FLIVTTATIONS AND VAST I "UM'EKXS.: "-CCMTER.VOL. .
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: -IS, xo 11., OCALA, FUWIDA, FRIDAY, SEITKMJ'.KK: i:;, J07. ONE DOLL \n A YEAH
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zt New Homes Fort 1I
on King I
4/40.100401i90iitrNi4 1...4i+.. *44.4444.4,4.4.+e jiS \\".- took I I
a stroll up Fort King avii'ie ;

.'(t'T : \v.-terclay afternoon
to take a

: J 1 1..1.l at the building that i
"I'R : : going on on
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4 puiiiiar] venue, and we were surpris- i

I ,U at the amount of work being doneAll I I

up and down the avenue new ce- I ;

111 ECZEMA LOTION II in. nt sidewalks are being laid as I

rapidly as> they can possibly be constructed >

and within the next few I

weeks, there will be a connecting, I I

.: .: \I 50 Cents a Bottle 2 2r : chain of fine sidewalks all up and I I

down the avenue. : I I
: jI )Ir. David S. Woodrow's
AT THE ii elegant I I

I TZ! is n 'W home is now entirely completedand ;

is all ready for the occupancy of i

I j Postoffice Store. f! this popular family. It is certainly I
Drug a beautiful home and one that Ocal- ,

: : laus can point to with pride. i I
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Mrs. Woodrow is still in the hospital '

j J in Baltimore, and her husband is '1
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:: Prescriptions Prepared Properly U: : with hr and it is a matter of pleasure !I

V A. 4 to every one to hear such encouraging -

r .....44.4....4......4.4...... ................4 4rt.. I 1 reports of her condition, and
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.44N14..4444..44.44 444 444N 444444414..NN9.N hope that it will only be a short

while now before the is well enough
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Local and PersonalSara Mr. George: II. Wilder of Plant City, !| pleasure of occupying her lovely l new

private secretary 10 Congressman : home.

I i Sparkman, was in the city Monday, !I| Mr. Itentz has had his house moved

Elizabeth Harris., Local Editor. and said that the congressman was i into the corner of the lot that he purchased .
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attending a meeting of the rivers and I from Mr. Lester and has had

; Mr. George! W. Stevens of Berlin harbors committee at Niagara Falls, I it repapered, repainted and repaired I}

: has moved to Ocala. and we welcome and was inspecting the rivers up in lIt is now nearly finished, and has family I I

him a monk us. that section. will! move into it some time next )

i I' week. Later on Mr. Itentz will build

t Mr. C. Y. Miller, prominently spoken -Mr. P. R. Lester of this city and a new house in the center of his lot,

of as a candidate for sheriff, was I Mr. C. E. Melton! of Micanopy are which is a most desirable one. :

among our Monday visitors. now enjoying the gaieties of Atlantic I The new residence of Mr.: Charlie !

City for a short whileIr.. Lester I Marshall, next to me Jewett home, is i

( writes that they have found the scenery now well under and it will \ !
way probably
Plant
1 ; Mr. D. M. Barco of Cotton I
in
and
around
Philadelphia equal
be ready for occupancy by j
transacting business and greet-
was antI in some respects superior to that I' Christmas. It is going to be ,
an exceedingly i
Mon
1 ing Ocala friends in this city of old :Marion: county, especially at
I attractive place when com ( ;
day. this season of the year, as he says pleted, and adds one more to the

the weather is perfectly! charming many lovely homes on this avenue. I
1 Miss Minnie BUtch after spending
II One of the prettiest lots in Ocala is
a while with relatives in Ocala, left I !
j Jacksonville Will Go Dry
that owned by Mr. Richard S. Hall on I 1 for her home at
Monday afternoon The temperance people of Jacksonville Fort King avenue, just this side of I[
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Largo. the Newsom place. The place is I II
have started a petition askingfor sur I
i .1 rounded by immense oak trees and
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the calling of a wet and dry elec-
Mrs J. W. Hopkins has returned
no more desirable place for a home
tome from Daytona Beach, where tion, and are succeeding admirably could be found anywhere. ,

she has enjoyed a very delightful securing signers to the petition. It Work has just begun on the Hall ';

month. would not greatly surprise the Telegraph home, which it is said will be one of
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to see Jacksonville go dry. People the finest one in Florida. The plansare

Mrs. J. F. Webb is enjoying a visit exceedingly handsome, and while I
have outlived the old delusion
from her jster, Mrs. M. 0. Campbell, I it will be some months yet before it :

of Monticello, Ga., at her home in the that the whiskey: traffic Is a promoterof I shall have been completed, the work "
business in a community; and if
first ward. I on it will be pushed forward as rapidly ; -
it has no value as a commercial asset H T H
I as possible.Mr. .
surely it is valueless. We believe !
: Miss Berenice Mark of Jacksonville I :: Robert Burford has put an Iron J
ye i
, that in the next fifteen or twenty
,* will spend the next several weeks in 1 fence around his property, which adds FLORIDA."b: I
years the traffic will he greatly restricted : -1!
Ocala as the attractive guest of Mrs. to its beautyimmensely.. I j
throughout the country, and l
Lapham. j Then, too, within the last year Mr.
Harry [
that insteau of whiskey drinking be-:
j Edward Holder, Mr. George R. Mc- i! [ !
ins fashionable among men the man
Lewis has returned to Kean and Mr. Ed Carmichael have
Mrs. J. S. who drinks it will he looked upon I I' .
Irvine, after spending a built very beautiful new homes on
her home at
with something of the same derisionand i :
in Ocala with her cousin, this avenue, and the cottage occupiedby
few days I
pity that the morphine eater of !
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winston has:
Mrs. J. E. Bailey. today excites.-Starke
Telegraph./;; I :; :
been entirely remodeled and built
Going dry will! help Jacksonvillemore '
J. Precht are over in the 'bungalow style, and is:
Mr. and Mrs. Harry than any city in Florida. It has '
little son, I now a quaint and attractive place.
of a fine "
the proud parents no special interest that it will hurt

who ws; born Monday morning. The and it will be a God send when the I II

'tAe has been given the pame of I city is relieved of its low dives. I Caught After Many Years I

Harry. Precht, Jr. I Sheriff Gordon brought up Monday I

The 0. P. C. Store !I from Dunnellon Tom Goodwin, a [

Cincinnati !I white man who is charged with being |:
11\ Mr. Maurice Strauss of The O..P. C. Store, which Is under I II I
and prominent i the murderer of the sheriff of Doug
known
1k > Ohio a former well the temporary management of Mr. ,
citizen of Ocala, is in the city ;I lass, Ga., some ten years ago. Good I
". 4 acquaintanceshere. Heron Todd, broke the record Satur- win has been going under the name I ;
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his many
renewing a welcome visitor. day and had the best day since its i jof Williams ever since his arrival in |I II
He Is always
opening, and Monday had their best j this section, and has been engaged inturpentining. j

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and Edna Jef'fonshave special sale.
Misses Charlie Goodwin is In jail, awaiting an answer ]I
to Greenville, S. C., wh'TeI Their "special" for that day was
gone to the sheriff's telegram, which I
they teach in the public schools. white crockery, and the young man- I was sent yesterday afternoon. I
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These young ladies have won the reputation ager feels very much elated over his : I
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teachersand I
excellent I
of being success. Best Treatment for a Burn !
both have splendid positions.Mrs. The O. P. C. Store keeps a varietyof I If for no other reason. Chamber.. u.n. __ I
merchandise and their crockeryware I lain's Salve should be kept in every
and Master household on account of its great value II
Gabriel Palmer is merely one of its side; lines, !
in the treatment
Ga. of burns. It allays
Stephen Palmer of Washington. and on next Monday they will have the pain almost instantly, and }

will spend the winter in Atlanta at another special sale, which will be unless the injury is a severe one !

the WarftaSton Seminary.-Atlanta advertised in these columns within heals the parts without leaving -
I scar. This salve is also
unequaledfor
day or two.lanagE'r
the next :
Calmer; formerly Miss chapped hands, sore nipples and ;
was :\ Todd says it is the cheap diseases of the skin. Price, 25 cents. ''I .

LiUas Allred of this city. est store in the South, and persons For sale by all druggists. m

; in search of bargains must be sure to I '! :
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brother visit it and they will be convincedthat '
Dupree of Is -Iy'" f
of the late Captain what he says no exaggeration.Mr. !

county, was in Ocala: Tuesda with \Ir. He W. Todd is assisted byIr.. Carlisle 11- ': ,



was C. Jetords tn of the having,same and was company his here pension a for brave the papers purpose soldier -. klar Change of Grocery BusinessMr. t The fall I Iof I ,,


properly signed tn He Ns was iith: year. John F. Crawford has purchased '! I II

and is noW the grocery business formerly con I I II

IusUn of the South I I ducted by Mr. W. S. Gaskius on North : ;
Brings I
..:Rer. George who Is the guest ] Magnolia street. I
( orgia conference occupied the i Footwear
in ocala, Mr. Crawford has for the past few I : ,
of relatives church Sun-i clothing. I
the \Iethodlst been connected with several
at years ;
pu pit was the pas- ;
Austin
night )Ir. i, establishments; in the city B !
at Dun grocery : >
church
.J- toy \Iethodlst !, > You Owe it !
the of the
of years, and is a sontnlaW and is a, grocer in every sense :

nellon for several Robert Sanders of that ; word, having been in the wholesale I' | :
'olr.
of 1
is an earnest preacher and as well as retail departments. to see us. I I ]
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plaCe< He :young man and used as I Ibis He has been a resident of Ocala for'I I,
to
a consecrated subject on Sunday: night the par many years, and was for several I serve you I j ;

otthe prodigal Son. I terms city marshal, in which office he : I I

able I Ocala.- : made himself popular with our people ;: The 1 1J. ,
Leave attention !
-\Won't for his efficiency and strict
sometime ago of theDunnellon 11
purchase : to duty. : ( M. Meffert :
The Ice works by 'olr. Oliver I Mr. Crawford asks a share of the : BETWEEN MUNROE & f
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will not cause the re- 'public patronage In his new business, :
OCALA,
Grant weston to Dunnellon. and this paper wishes him abundant i > < Is believed to be the oldest one liv arch of fire, created the greatest ex y
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infhis family I ... .... I citement. ;it;
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i it lirUlR "I'1".$ 'I"a. )10.,, .' .t l.n. in PtrBfcacola, !U iC.t: gc1QIFAi11L>$ i4VIW IYJUf4 f.. .' )." 1 !Qi1 of it '
of such and every buyer payIn profit

... ... J6it ;iUl':' .',0,, ."1't vax of of the aoio-jn paid to
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t I4 : .lt .". ; iwOrflit :.pf ,Jf ofI.lt r..f. 'fif .., $ ";4s '. "o-h l.i iS t? l them quota J
If ""hHfottiit-t', uitltN .1t. 'ilh .J.l 'H"fa. prodacr. just 28 Iii; d+,["' ',y the t
'A ifAD' Mir fli 'h* i3aa'rt 'T'ilt iSal$4t wH. ''t1Tf'' >f 11f1 j44 S t1Ml 1 ti' o. "l' : il the ma' he ,.
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; I ; ;i 1rI4. ffad been : buyers of every come _
.t"I" "hA' "s i aaa( .-f n 1.-v '."r ,"t",' "1 ,. (o&l1lntt. Vl't i ur4ir-n a '1 JHint. "*ti ; c! ))t" -:;- nE: and in this way 'o: :.... oark '
It 4ev rUi+rto, lxyirra ho'N Rr4tlt3i aoa tJ.a.nd psS. mrce; ..
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\r it'AfH '+tt rift ()34 ,,"v ;i ii 't.t *nurtl, rnb aHts N v Z 'tai& of to the city, through the l.q; ,r men'r'
,9 -'ta$1' Y Anf rn nt .oIll". U4.' :: atS paucity
,n tttls "i4Frtf 'ftJMrirH w ifikwN tat) .'um" 'uJrl':u. IWl atifa 11111a- Jai lic..nJe, taxes aalarie and wages
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; t U' 'taw ?UlU'.. Wt' .v.tJJJ tu'1lJt'tint4Ptt'i > prt"L : their employe all of wIr.h! is
4 paid to
n. :'fIiIM8' >#Qrflne r .1) 'Jwottf 4
..irr+atiuf tilj..tj.ie 'Lnteur. or depoa i in it
-Tfi o. 0 .t hr. o 1.i v'F h/af\t. I ftt$ .-ra .ft...' .A fnrflt ;{ 'f" .ffrt 1'nfIF'ta". ".n& iii.,4. -iw iaAe it for grantt' spent in the city 0.
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H.' ..y11'. i .e Jto.-:1 tIIat the various Lanka-
I h3nA tMnf 4 feria 'irrtrkt' ,. cI'JWd. -4 : IJ u
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? i ..':..n- I '11"" p.acoIa adds well may the commun/; .'- which
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ftr ." i.f ...tt. bn t. 08 the other business with Pensaco'd.: :wise 'a
.f aT'nF 'of fffl't1"t, t1 fFtt : '.,' ,\ \. \1. 'J1'I I' hk Tsiill SV nn 1"'l do
; .,1fitA .. = t"< 'itli'tr, "mlt 'J IN lW.u. :., :$" j t auay dolb bowl cause tty money ippend
; i i pull}Il"fi .luttlHUHl" '
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: t .i J'1.' reas- Is not return Q them
r1RtltJlt. 1 'N' in Pensacola yo
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is !f'r.. J, .''=. 1,01 fwoi If'1.. 1pM I i.A45fr ; ; "IIK1' ...ut au.. t.4vJPWrtllaunf '/.rt h4i- '>*; ?," :b n-'C. will not with the good they buy Do :;<>u not
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{ ; fFrtii VJ'r '" I .ik" 'J.-A- t trrfl'llMUrr ts pn x'rthiu /u > T"tUj :'H- r.-*' bat will act- know that the liquor men a:. among {

.,4i. .riUOll :0. .: ". i i i ( .v. >,. is *n? t>M drat the H- of the nry-: Ji
1j. tax payers
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1Tt4 :.. 0.. ,.:,.jrl'Hl K : illr '4it'i ipesue1t "f ..fRt .'lIJU'. ; .V- ?"l- N'SS :II.sa as aggre- that they pay more in saUriev and f

r.1 .0 7 r -fI- illj5tJ=. -,irJ4 trs ., i .11th.M i'- yflAr 1\\ be conTt to'their employes than and other >
qI' frrn. i, )Vi '..- .'!,'.* '.'Q .;" ,AaCre4p .yo,1u 't'l':1 i "*gaili-rn' l wages .
,. '.. 1tt .7.'Ka to $1.- in the comm nai t
'rn 't"r", S "U r.+11.1tcr Utf 'tt& .It men engaged enterprises
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mu\l ." "Uhn :,.'1.1'." :h.1 I. '1111,1'1 ilt" 'i>k' 'vrl'tiat *Ys that one of the city Do Y'JI not
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I : 'r. f. l :iii lliU lgtrtiAh.tr' B' hhI' tt.') & t-hat muchcommuni know that their holdings <71 realty fr
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.' -q .' 4\1 t t ; 1t fr11 1. .tCti'.ttgtfr -.". L r..itll !' i 'aIhytir- to are among the most extent r' of the
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rvtktttI .' ..rP1cinqY ;,.t ", ... ':. ,. :r }. .; "lhttJl Iri>:& .h1' Ih.r.fr..H' tr ; -rr o.1 1.\:' ptv'rte on theM city and that the city is grvanv; ben.

I .I ,,1'1..iootil '. .r..;. ':1 i1tr fto 'epL "..tili.'f"' "- 1ioNi more moaer efited by the taxes assessed against ;
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.. 01"4ffNII "f'.. y, "I firt.r.; 1" : : 'n I(htat lt.bll, .Uti h.letntt these holdings

ny mrtP6r welt 'If' A Aa- "ft _I ..' ,t' j j1: I. "'J' : NCrR l 1';:11,., hbo. ttSti .4'Pit .-Sn*; the swapping of sornL Tour argument carried to its logical ,

.. arts 1J i:iii Z. '! 'f.T en Pensacoliansft&d
loP ;v. urti .aj ..rHlUlf"u.I"4 the
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.,nto n W tiff ,:.J ht..1ir.1'\,' conclusion, would put coun
; vj; :.n7 4 I.. ,...r ;.fly L'Liko ,<.IC+7au.I1"tf1. 11\1 1"J'. ,c..tott ..tvN. 'U-"C' those who sell it. out of business for
,r till.AI ; a? .it try's importers
f '!. :'.1 I A iU ; ... iJJ.' > (:*? single dollar to I.
f ..4A. they for imported
t rpr Ill{ fr"W 1 I the prices pay
sA; I" p sti .1 ....:- ..t, # tJ 'L' .. :b,: m.: asi without putting a
the of
,'. 1'0 goods are kept by producers
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f.ryF',11 .' a p. j" ," 1.; those goods, a large proportion of ,
-. .. h.- r '.orlna ', ; :ay i4.3rit" ri- r. 7"*-: ,:.t .ftQIi M. : : 1tt kscw what proportionr ;
J'' .1.; p which are wines and fine liquors
'F.:.r J. ..4. t.err -r- '.- or .. a.lr. : ;aacre: of liquor goes to ii
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t. .ca n. :. -; T f t(f'Jr.tf ifi'llJt"r'a l' t. .,- tii.l sisnlkr, but, putting Further on, you discredit (th- "killt t
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'\ closed the salon 011 Sun. :.
Jones
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a'o.y' ? SNtl ;IrrrJfiJ7 iMr. t
; < ,..-- of Pensa- days and it did not kill thn town."
?1. .f a I. >M ; : If 1"N'I D t : It'1q'1 rsk: r- :- retail buyers ,

,,. :,' h. ..: ,: I.(1ti7" ;t-nn :'i1Uar: .l srn1 ::' 'mliJ antets e who:SaIH in other Jones did the city a dii-'im-t service
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S iJ .,.. Pr.f' ..I"" .Ait : ns. r- scsner1 31 essit:;*- -1".1.- means that 1250.000IT hearty approval of all its tie*,* citizens i

,'r '.1" .tr 'i : '.-- ';i<" ',a rjff : >. Xre1 TI : !:. sta: of the city for Ii.iu.r in closing the saloon'uti Sun-." r.

..H. 4.' ,;.! ; .. ..- .jV.. .. H'\ 1t1 t : ss Xrr r! JE the one band it is day. That was a flagrant \iola> ion of .,

tlu '. ; ..rr "- *'., v .r.t L---1' laws of God and bin wausethe I
.' r. t -nti- .i'jl1i : m .LO 1(1 .L u .Ae hate made nothing the man

,.1. '.'.fate', ,' _- 7> ." "- ''- .*.' :r. '" !rFfp7 ..a- 7.- > -rf i .:tom tr i.c L= .: swap of a million dol- city did not suffer from that highly

,:. .tI !, wA .' ; .i tl/, .,' g3.._ r:: E,. a.! '. 'rll"id Jl" 7* v'f. r rselves, it cannot on commendable official apt ,>i net'

..' ._ r.. of! fuf. ". 0 '.; ;, ,f'otIt... .. (,'." .i- = I1J: 'r f mnr i't tIi: i' er sastL be denied that we worthy mayor, does it nece-.ai i \ follow

fl' Jt: J.. nit" ,_, ro .:J"0' L : : "! !aJl PSKH 'J ur* K: -rt las: this J250,0uo which that prohibiting the Opt. regu

I.. _..1 \r :IAJ' r.V ..I v. .r;' ,"l' !, ," :7--.11UP f tft r. iswrrtJ 1JiF M w* *"iif : r: of the city for liquor and lated and restricted operation.- sa

.. 'r". ...:: d--- ..yk "". .rlrMJ. It.c Hi-o1. : ;'" ,.: e t 1111 1J ti w ._..... Ir3i:,_ ** tn ire that much poorer loons every day in the week would 5e

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v t Vrr 1 : > V'.1. '.l1 :cn1.P' tie bt ssiness. I better?

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h ; .k\(1 'IIa mU etcttltf : : K d the proposition that You conclude by saying: "I f .mi not
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lIt' sL"rat1 :: : f lip by this mass of verb- oblivious to the effect which -he advocacy -

i 4" .'. I' .f I' .r .., r'.S rfbta'i '. :?, '', R rut senst: t- *s briefly this-that Pensacolar of prohibition may have upon

.' .....ast tJ. ) t 4I'W\ t'Si' 5U>'71 'rtA-..'- ':.: : ..r.-. .,' .Josnr-f' i.totier -1 L%' >r,; rdu,tnq} annually for liquors my own personal and busnu..' ,nter-

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Ii'.H". ,f"' :Irn'4..1 1\f '.cu en:! 1n*: iflw' "ui tj- J as o.rJi:y.r- a.v .tic yeas :: lie city but goes to those

'I 'r.fr +t Y.3.a+ < '. wr.- tt'tI! <, oar ,.i".cr q :1: f; :Y i". I don't think that your ad H'
r .. *<* '" 1"'lr ar."ntA '.f' *n'! a ..r,. '. ....... J "1..o:4: ,'A".d 'i7F t"a '.crJL:- ":e same proposition ap- prohibition will in any me4surtper-

of" 7 ..1,1.1 rfr*. n4 =tnvr lrF":' f .fl'l, -a' t.n r'.a 'a 'nett: :rs.Zr. -_ .r y : :: ,i- goods groceries, grain. ate to your detriment. It nab cause

c4'' \. 4t1'.1 \f.4 hut 'l- ,-* .** Jt:. 'iT :. -I. _. ,;.. .. ar' : .. ti ?A: f h 1 a r
: *" lrilewf4 ;htan itu"t..: iii.- ... ; which I doubt but i i is ioes.
n 4 TJ' ,,1'tine ( 's1 c ::; ,'.0: .- if4. 1it' ..t J" .i' ; "1t. zri. every other article of seriously it '

tIC.1 t if y-Af""4 4 ,..4i11; _' ." .1R : .i.n )ttltnut{ f) ,' i.. 'rF*. a- .. "" your recompense will be the assurance -
-> .J:- -t3. conies into Pensacola
\ >:.., i -' *r-. t )ar't' \ :'.-v .-yr :,41 #a"z. .' .- -- .- *" that "the Lord loveth a ch..rfu!
os'
ci'a Does it
impover-
..f'1 f' ."' '.' ')-.aT : 'S ',,1. A..t'* t.ii' ia S ..-rr ,.3I;. U,4 ..: :r--a--,.4 -.-"-a .se the cost of pro- giver." and you have given fr..t1ly. .1

.. '' i. : ., .;'J \' ?Joo'.. I1"- .>'". .- '.IH I::, r ,r :,P :'-jTjs. ss.ilrsusporrauon of liquors I Ii and I believe, cheerfully. some very .'

.1. 1.' '1'1.1)4"7' z;* ... d1 i3uatl tf .r fi->'.TI-t. T 1. Vi i 1. S !'r.aa :[ ,, faulty and some r"'a-on- \
> ?:-. -; i iv-. : -- *:tr producers any very poor

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"", '4 N .# .' fl' 7i., vor1'11 rife ,;r ,,it ." .: :.lire .rite'! : : colaCLEARANCE .
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1:" n "l ':11" ',f '. .'i SALE I

\if A i i'fm1'1t nut Mkt, :1 di t..air Gr ::1 a '1rtpe: : 1')1, '-l&l: ;r.,, Of

f 'I.1' if _...q iARC '; stay .::1':1 OO kt ai 27 a. :w: jcaijot a .
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l1an-r astt' PI ShOESat
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''oa- -fA M 't\t1W "ariRi4ejrv "fatyet' jiktr za V fG 3t M:. ;7r?.: w i-. ,.. aM FISHEL'S

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stiltA. orate, .otri a ahn'tiai vrl "A %W'i'r. e :f .Jot i3llla L.Z : iS STILL GOING 0 NAT

.4 'n ..rh 1\ "tf not a n.atrnzr I I\M W'1I:1: 7 1 : --

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A,4 a./t pour r1efttrtrw F- ; ..rj \\-I .*,.:.* ',,' j tc r: : I E /; wd a pair of shoes .
1'It&:1 ;).C'r1 :arht i.) .; a'ar r.rjUl : ?.rrtir now is your chance for !fl)

j fM Psi i *'ix, Ttst BA.,'.*,. = tws,: '4hilt E- .
at148r': x iht. ..a.r GENUINE
*p.r11 ot fi+'a .lAM: .hat' r )li7; xrlri4 4- ff .j'P "l1fT1n + >*ar ?'-- .' :f' rF : ''7:1: -; BARGAINSLadies' H

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fcfj, a M f5ti 4ztat HACABOKlOn
f $1.25
.150
aar. to $
f 'J .rtFycYolttbit ::n..F '7 Oxfords 4J
71* Iaranta' 'II a'r. goirlg
.:r 1'1n :: :" t.t' ;(.n ',- tOf
.at $sfat4si, .. Wttitaalt4ay, t mba .. -- nOG 1
.u *; .oot aa? p1efe&n ';. at I
w. c r f1 u WI i Tf'1 Whitw! pa a 1 Ka ">e& M ,. t i* _.-i the Cirjtiaavh.r. eT .", 00 .

,. ait'f1. H4 off bV4* it lap, aa4 telabrted tsa vest : -
l1"f : ;aa EO 2lrlfl nr.n Lz3i& ( ,
vlliMf. faapsnvtrig ff3Lir1l1a tea tairpi i and ,f+i lt u ; -.a, p"j : Bi:: 'ai .h 7.'r S1.75 to 2.00 Oxfords J 1,48

R.is ,r n ;* r .4 tfnwitvliah4a '1M a r-.t'IIt af'ateraraa. aad wr oM : .
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frr<*r.t 4QMna.> Ala. t.pas: 4 f/nrtforcAGCf: brat for ..1? to d.. ir that tae qtstjG }C :.di Ladi& S2.50 II

I,. *. M E6.a14i r4 frvin- was a i i iMiM rr rmatraatea of ,Jsa. W. Loa; r ?ed >
ipoa i a msrfts.ciaM d t3.W-
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., fa i.ri 'I fern tiflrll TIJd'day : j jnffal i4 grJrd b'h t/'J 100 4 Mr. W"At
wuextraaeofis COIU ::. Ladies' S3.00Men's
[ :Mar YOU lire!! frog in he iasd. l :I I' 2.5 5

ftN'a! K.Mfc of Bf tab bMtk ; 1 wing '1) do fJOf1. Iia..- ;
or express my keen a. --.
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sb.s4iag 0-- "< with bet aatrtb.t. ; It I* wU laeftr regret that ciatioc of $2.00 Low
t your timely notice rzzi Quarters
1 .b,1 Asa quite 111 bat who Ui; 1 1Ma' many frf!4. of Mi%; Ella Lyles lOSt of now j.z8
your propositions are '-:,-al-
,fIHn.rbaCi i,1Ivf I tbat *b* It **ri malf stick and ; ed.:' for > Men's ,
to forewarn is to asi $2.50 II
., !. M IrofyrfitfM haft fft j 1 1 1a tbat *fc* may soon be up and is i,18 I
an act of
iH chivalry that is rare. ev-n
ap.4SM fw days with br ototb-i I IU | I i 118 again. i iThft | in forensic combat. Some \
of
.' bat rfllt.. t.o bfwt boiD" at Reid R* frrftRJ Roff ra and ) I ': are so palpably -loaded", that I th cun--: Men's 53.00 It 2.1 y. ,

T.". are I hoMJac a **ris of revival me .; fess I hare
not the temeruy to
f t Dr. O. (J. fUnrtaH' and wife of fl.d. i j l !Ifttrit ar tblr Baptixt church, and fr i % them, btr the less formidable ones atack[ Men's $3.50 "

w.YP the gnwitii of !r. and Mn. i ifs. !I I II rrrvantty r hop d that the seed ( i .: vnture. in "sportive dalliance 3.OO
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i Jettfiioff Tufttdiy aljht. 11 will fall on fertile v>ll. .!i ''i with :? ,
ray and trust to luck to CHILDREN'S -
I'I
Mr. J. H Carti-r and tits escape SLIPPERS 1,1 j
cbramfaKi Jli. Ntebolg liJ J bark from : disaster ALSO AT COST

i, 6t1Jgt, nftUl'J,. left 8UDday' 1 rill*.
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I, say: "The test of the dollars
for JUKI ftal. N C. Mrs Adam of Booth Lake Weir i '
and cents value of business DX1't hi:t
any
r to 4"
!!/. W J. lhrfs of fJ-lnU IfJ t a I rooT" into the Wh litter cottage, to a buy you s o NO\V
I I commnnit is always found in the \nd com b fcj
/.* kyi In our biwnMr. th w)1t. mr1y! the Drytat eottag Mrs. : : dollars .* .* '
and your sue
cents which
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L, W i'**t an
wen 'la ItaMlrk tad GUtarda morn- t t'I'M tI ilttJ! and .xp>et to give lessens i (f money in the community than it rake tue 5

kr r I that: Instrument. I ;out it Is worth the balance or differ.

o.w concrete baHdlog for !> The ladleti' Aid Society met at ) : S I epee between I II I.
1 ( | what It leaves
". Ofttrall nod Bfnoafc i* coming TrOTn1!*' Tuesday afternoon to : j what it takes out" in and I :

okclcow DOY. / number 1 the
of
j eleven Buslnea Sand
i i Tour position is wp.: ta!,*n. but 10 Cent

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Local 1 and PersonalS Atlanta! now leads the SouthernHa SPECIAL MEETING OF THE CITY WOMEN

.J :..-!hall League. i,, COUNCILPass WOMEN TALKTO


.- r* EII'.ktA Harris, Local Editor. Mrs. Lancaster who has : Resolution '
Forney a Opposing the Calling

Iwea visiting relatives at her former I of a "Wet" and "Dry" About Pe-ru-na
Lllb. r tiu'luhu'llJ I went tu Palat-
up home at Danville, N. Y., and at Rochester Election :,
"I rrii..> 0 "'|*-ud a few days with
'lI.b reached home Saturday; There was a special meeting of the i .

night.
city council Friday nigbt. Those
i present i
11'1"111- AUant I i
:
i WIll ihT in the were Aldermen Robertson, Gate,,
I Tb.coIOf.d man, who was tried for I

eulW: with Jacksonville a Mciver, Rheinauer Carroll and Car- i
stealing a coat from the home of 3 Ir. ,
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M, e.111..1
her
J. J. Tipton. was fined $iO and costsor michael.
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sentenced to three months on the In the absence of the city clerk.
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\i' O NRug 'rs of Lvune lion'
hard road. I'
i-it l.> her il f.-r. Mm. J. F. Cuouva City Attorney Biggs and :Mr. D. A '

i..ik City. Miller acted in his stead.
Dr. and Mrs. \Y. II. Powers and little

son who have been spending the The minutes of the previous meeting ; ,
< '"I I I,;: H,l.. i awl >>r. Joan Roe- Y.
past month at Swanaanoa. N. C., have were read and approved.A i
I. >u ,' t.' .II' "iMTftton *t Lynoe.
gone to Asheville to remain for a couple bills :
great were passed.which
many
.r man viaitorc on FrtI -
; : :.k
of weeks before returning home. !
1.i had been approved by the .
I 'y: :V..: iX y 1
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committees. These bill
Mr. Carl Ft Wishart of Baxley, proper $S
I'!.'''' H.\'t. '.. s thai. "talk \
Miss., has returned to this county i to amount in the aggregate to several

nr/ v i 11w ...H. right along 1 !
reside and has accepted a position thousand: dollars. : I
II1I t r a wt!*.. 'iuctor l rarely)
with the J. N. Tiller Naval Stores
The reports of the officers were
III. I "II uudicitld.
Company at Martin.
read and ordered spread on the min f 4fl

Mm i.t .. ii* It 'basal and family utes.
Mr. Emanuel Martin who teachesat / a1Ji'bJ9&
:iM-4 l."n. Kuday afternoon from
Mr. J. D. Logan was present and
,, Fellowship, and a former studentat
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la''R* -Aii.r.- iby have Ypeat"
the Ocala High School was i in talked: about paving the streets
> d4 Uffe .I I.i hIlptgr Ocala Saturday the guest of his uncle. : around the square with vitrified brick. MRS. McGOUCH. MRS' MOOEKS. MRS. IIELSON .

lIe said he could take the contract : (
Mr. \V. D .Cam. Depressed Feeling Headache and Backache.

and guarantee to have the work completed Mrs. Wilda Mooers, H, F. I>. 1, I
i > Joseph Bell will spend<< the Mrs M. McOongh!: 219V., 53rd street, Jigs Tressie Nelson. 4'O N. 5th Are.,
Mr. and Mrs. \V. S. Durst, Mrs. D. by the 20th of December and Lents, Ore., member Order of Washington
'" *t\ furtaUfct at Aafcevilte. N. C.. New York, N. Y., writes: Nashville, Tenn., writes:
said that he would do the work fora writes:
!'.r ku sinter Urn. Hardy Croom, YV. Tompkins and daughter Mrs. II. "I gladly add my mite of praise to "For the past four years I was a "As Pernna has done me a world ot
M. Hampton and Mrs. L. Irvine( formed stipulated sum. but it was called: to Peruna for what it has done for me. good, I feel in duty bound to tell of it,
wretched with
\ 'm i III at prriwat making her borne woman suffering
a congenial party of Ocala people the attention of the council that no Two years ago a depressed feeling took I causing in hopes that it may meet the eye of

to sex,
troublespecu/Jar
my
n hat i city.J
some woman who has suffered I did.
the as
who went down to Green Springs contract could now be given as hold of me. My back and sides ached severe backache: and bearing down
For five I really did not know
J Saturday; afternoon to spend severalweeks. ordinance provides that sealed bids continually. My stomach {jot out of I pains and leaving me so weak and what a perfectly years well day was, and if I
Mr WfJ l Tbon a wfeo went from order M that at times 1 could not hold a
dif-
with
that it
must be advertised for for a period of weary was only did not have headache, I had backache
Ocala te &.ttle. \Va t ington, aboutichiMHt glass of cold water. I didn't like to cat, | ticulty that I was able to attend to
thirty days.A j or a pain somewhere and really life WM
atottUw agog i* doing fpltn11111) afraid that my stomach would /pet sick. | my household duties. I used different
J. A. Ilouvier left Thursday for committee consisting of Messrs. not worth the effort 1 made to keep
I have been Peruna for the three but
and
Ift hit sew some'+. lie Ii in ro- using remedies injections,
Ocala. after having/ been manager of Robertson Gates and Rheinauer was past months and n'l1: feel as well as found no relief until I had tried going

I.a' taalth, slag. a SB* position and is the Dunnellon ice works here for appointed to provide for calling forbids 1 ever did. My stomach Is as strongas Peruna. Within two weeks there "A good friend advised me to use

:I. ighfd with the far wet. ever. aud my nervous troubles have Peruna and 1 was glad to try anything,
bout two months. :\Ir.)1. L. Calvin for the paving of said streets. was a complete change for the
disappeared 1 keep recommending and I am very pleased to say that six
and less than three months
I better m
streets
Alabama will succeed him as manager The condition of the was
Mr. PrMfc Gt*, who bas twen vis- Peruna to my friends who are troubled I was a well and happy woman and bottles made a new woman of me
of tbt! plant.-Dunnellon Advocate. then considered and a resolution was thanked for and I have no more pains and life looks
and I have been
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as was, I
lute IUI graftdparHHU at Lima O, I J all the praise Is due to Peruna.
to have the committee: I "
passed proper doing so.. I bright again
,,1..1! relative MM! friend. In Michigan.i .
to at once have the weeds removed<<
turned bourn Friday. lie was away:
i Miss Ernestine Ilandall has as her from all streets and isdewalks.Mr. the truthful utterances of
fur over two enlba and enjoyed him The above testimonials represent actual experience of every-day life. They are
quests Miss( Alta Pearson of Ocala R. R. Carroll then introducedthe found reliable in Peruna.It .
...,If iuMljr.Vfter women who have been ill and have a remedy
Fla., and Miss Earle Carter of Yining. following resolution: means a great deal to the women of America who have at hand a remedy capable of performing such

a viU of several days Mr.Frank Miss Pearson is on her way to Ilreaau Be it resolved, By the city council' cures. Nervousness, backache, dyspepsia, headache, melancholy, bearing down pains. All these and a host of

Wat4M, of Jacksonville and, where she will enter college this uf the city of ocala that other symptoms are relieved by Peruna At least this is what the women say. They have no object in saying

\I, F M. Harp of Eureka who anis > fall, and Miss Randall will leave Whereas The impression generally such: things, except to render truthful testimony to their suffering sisters.

about the middle of the month for the I prevails that an attempt will be The reader will note by reading these testimonials that in most cases other remedies were tried, doctors
?nT. in a flee turpentine prop-
V..iwrra Ultra anti Cureka. reM Industrial school at Milledgeville.tlanta .- made to have another wet and dry were consulted, and finally Peruna came to their rescue and made them well again.

\ Journal.Dr. Section called in Marion county "% Peruna is making such cures every day. It is the testimony of the people that has made Peruna so justly
tht-lr hoiueg Friday.
I :I" | !to
and, famous
Nor .. ..,..,.)
J. E. Chace has gone to That whereas This matter has -
\i! and Mr*. John Uucier and Miss
folk.'a.., to spend a week. From been fuly considered heretofore by Suffered Thirteen Years. Headache and Deafness. A Sctcre Cold.
It 1 I 01 1.t!: Dozing who balilM"nt thenmiiw
'r at AsabHi. in the mountains here[ he goes to Baltimore to see his he[ people of Marion county; and Mrs. Anna Munden, HoilnroYl'rk.., Mrs Mary E. Sampson, Londonderry, I l\Ii*Marie Calvin, 927 Mainitroet,

Sat wlf.and children. Mrs. Chace'smoth.r. within the last two years or thereabouts writes: N. H., writes: I, Cincinnati, Ohio, writes:
north Carolina reached home :
I They will continueIIM Mrs. R. D. Thompson, and the the people of the county voted "I suffered with female troubles for "I had terrible headache, both ears !I "I caught a cold coming home froman
".a %fl'ruoon.
) much two younger boys Robert and Hugh liy a large majority against having the thirteen 3 ears. run and I was nervous all the time, was : evening party and as I did not pay
ibis their home
Hty
| will go to Lexington, Ky., to spend county dry; and, saw an advertisement of. your deaf in one ear for thirty years. I took I I particular attention to it, I quickly became

i beanrf\ of their friends. the next month with Mrs. Thompson's Whereas, a large per cent of the Pernna and bought one bottle and be- six bottlesof Peruna andoneof Manalin, I: worse, and found myself in a.

other daughter, Mrs. C. E. Powell influential business men of the fore I had taken it all I could get out of and am happy to say that it is the best serious condition.

Mr ku Frv.vermuth, who Is now en4 bed and walk about. medicine that I ever heard of. I am not "I took Peruna and it brought me im
Chace and Master Jame*
and Mrs.
of the coun'l
.nl) ta the nawmlU business at OrHunie. ty, then and now are "After taking three bottles I was aswell so nervous, my appetite is good, everything mediaterelief. Within a week I was

., .-.' .ItJl a caller at our office will remain in Baltimore until t pfirst that it would be contrary to and hearty 11"1' and ;jranifd in I II I I eat apreeswith me, and 1 s.m cured and now whenever I fee badly

of November, the latter being terest of the county and city of I !I I Peruiia will sat m."
:-j'tlrlay.i Mr Freyennuih is here e"h, 1 would Uut Us without u. feeling better in every way : : things rir=
still under the care of a specialist.Mrs. Ocala if the county should go dry :
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and his children wll attend in Ocala
Nr \Y. H. Moore was

t Y, 1'iiblic school in this city. Saturday between trains, shopping Whereas, at the present time owing A Coming Marriage I Hartman Kite. If the majority of the people in any

---- .. to the construction of the court Cardb are out announcing the approaching At the home of Mr. and )il'.<. Robert county wish to prohibit tbe sale of intoxicants -
-
Ur. Moore, who is the bookkeeper attbe :
Mr J. n. trai.nii; of Hurry county one and the many public buildings.J JIt Kite, near Waldo, on Sept. 3d, lit1j, they have a right to prohibit
Ocala foundry went home on the ; : marriage of Mr.: Clifford P.Hayt'8
who > pirthaKetl the lumberin is essential: that taxation should :Mr. C. C. Hartman and Miss Nell it. It is idle to say that drinkingor
aft moon train with- his wife to rer.1'in Miss Omie May
I of this city to
--, ; Kb.Hle near Dunnel- wast act be duly increased: and. E. Kite were quietly married at high! not is a question that each man!
until Monday. Saturday : I
I H I > :iu Thursday and in Whereas, the city council are further I Ak-Daniels of Spring Lake, the happyereui noon bv P-v. W. M. Markhus. of must decide for himself and that interference -
I ;he fifteenth anniversary of their marriage
i I."i mi or med of the doings of the opinion that in view of : tu lake place in the Methodist Starke. I with this option is an
\ and in celebration of this hap-
thi- !I' has enroled his he: improvements now being made church at Spring Lake ou the evening The home was beautifully decorated abridgement of personal liberty. Thi>
occasion they eptertained a nnmber -
py l
Its, r Iht of subscribers.Mr. that it is unwise to create dissention or' September: ItJth. with mosses, ferns and pot might be true if a man lived entirely]
intbe
of their friends happily
very
among the citizens of the city and Miss McDaniels is the lovely ted plants. while the bride was gown by himself, but so long as he assort
their home at Lake
at
evening
:
-i I J4cKinn, who recently county; and.Whereas daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James S. ed in white silk and carried a bOUt ates with others his habits affect oth
Weir. It was quite a memorable a$
> ,d! / Savannah writes us that in view of the fact thatthe McDaniels of Spring Lake and she quet of white bridal roses. ers. Certainly the squandering of

t.. will retnra to Ocala in a few days. well as pleasant event. morals of the city and county nas many friends and admirers in The groom was arrayed in a handsome money that fhe family needs affects

U., Mr. A. E. Burnett is another of the
t.if&u ct. to spend the remainder of court records, better than at the come her here. After the ceremony was performed where drinking leads to rowdyismand
merchants who will buy an unusually
'.i I' Bays in Ocala and will engage in Ocala present time; and that in view of the Mr. Hayes; is a valued employe of the guests marched into the din violence it affects the community.
of this
beautiful line
goods
r.i I I. saow line of business. ordinance of the city, closing saloons the hardwood mill in this city and ing room where delicious refreshments

-- 'ason. He sails Monday from Jacksonville it ten o'clock, that the interests ofthe numbers his friends by the score, all were served by Mrs. I. L. Williamson Miss Annie Sharpe leaves Tuesdayfor

\1 r. o. G. Weston desires tw to on the Clyde line for New city and county have been safeguarded of whom extend to him hearty congratulations Misses Ada Hall, Alma Sullivan Atlanta, Ga., to take up her duties f
fork and will remain there for a couilo -
Eta!t' that tl.* report that he will movehi ; and. in advance.BrooksvilleStar. Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Kite Messrs. J. E. as teacher at WashIngton Seminary.She .
of weeks buying jewelry, silverware -
;i. family to Dunuellon is an erro- That Whereas, the city council beliee Lumpkins, E. R. B. Kite and W. E. will be accompanied by Misses
and novelties. He will then go '
nd'HJ one. We are greatly pleased that no local measures can successfully Monday Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Clyatt Emma and Edna Nelson of Tampa,

to know that they will still make to Springfield Mass., to join Mrs. prohibit the sale of liquor. and child of Fort Meade were in the Kite.Mr.. and Mrs. Hartman left on the; the former going to take a post graduate
\
'S.. e),-ala their home as they have made FJurnett for a few weeks' visit with Be it Resolved. That we, the city city taking in the sights. Mr. Clyattis afternoon train for Terra Alta, W. course and the latter for the

many pleasant friends and acquaintance relatives there. Mrs. Burnett andr until are opposed to the calling or cashier of the bank at Fort Meade, Ya., where they will make their future first year at college. Misses Bessie

during their residence here. mother will accompany Mr. Durnett holding of such election in this county and as Monday was labor day; and a home. MacKay and Jean Austin will also attend

home. and desire to put ourselves on rec3rd holiday, they decided to pur in the They left amid showers of congratulations Washington Seminary again

Deputy Sheriff Hutson arrested T. as a council, to that effect. time visiting Bartow friends.-Bar- and rice. this year.
Miss Lillie Frost has returned home
F I Jones and Head Yarn at Sparr said he thought I Courier-Informant.. Mrs.' I. L. Williamson and daughter
Mclver
absence of nearly two Alderman
after
an
Thursday afternoon for selling liquor of Ocala, attended this wedding. -- -
1 months. The first month of her visit that the calling of a "wet" and "dry"election
Fine Brood Mares.
UcenstThey had a prelim- I
without a Life at Silver Springs
matter that the city
the Massachusetts was a
J was spent at Cotton City, on -
Justice Bullock Prohibition in Duval
;nary bearing; before do with as it Monday was labor day, and the
to ,
nothing
had
where she enjoyed a delightful council We have just gotten in a car load
Friday morning, and were held to bankers came out, Messrs. Blitch and The town' is awakening to the import
; rest. The past several weeks was purely a county affair. (of the finest brood mares ever broughtto

J await the action of the grand jury. she has been in'ew York City purchasing Alderman Robertson stated that it Wheeler of the Commercial and Mr. I of this momentous matter, and the state and to see them is to admire .

fii-ir bond was fixed at $tOO each. expression of Cole of the Munroe & Chambliss the time has arrived wten a man is I them. We will sell them at
{ the fall and winter goods forthe was simply giving an : reasonable prices. Come and and
Banks. One of them played Jonah for prohibition or against it very
Mr. T. A. Mitchell, representing tlkntleyCray H. Masters store. Miss Frost the council. I' look them over at
said that a and would not let the fish bite. However Two or three names are before the
( Dry Goods Company of is at the head of the dry goods department Alderman Carmichael : COBB'S LIVERY STABLES
than they nominating committee for the chairmanship
the caught more
they
He and she has excellent similar resolution was passed by Fla.
Tampa, was in the city Friday. of this firm as I : x x Ocala
and of this organization
Izlar permanent
J.. about two ago, could eat. Tuesday Major
for this company taste it goes without saying! board of trade years
1 L notrawllng I those aldermen who his senator friend from South Caro-; and one will be selected In a
that
andpopularity will be and added
residence that their new goods very
tnrt his many years I
in this part of the state I hanysome and the latest styles. were opposed to it could vote against I lina enjoyed viewing our waters called meeting before tonight. Much Me IYER and h/A CIA I

from the Josephine launch. Wed.; interest is manifested in the selectionof

will: no doubt aid him in securing a it. two visits : the committee, and the announceIment -
business. Dr. II. M. Taylor who for several Alderman Mclver called for the nesday Dr. Blitcb paid us

.o...l share of the years has been practicing medicine reading of the roll which the clerk during the day, with an auto load of I is anticipated this en'ning.-

ladies each trip. Wednesday Mr. G. !: Jacksonville Metropolis. .
Convict "Stopped" at Crystal River, has recently leftth3.t I proceeded to do.

convicts at the place. He is now in Brooklyn. I Those voting for the adoption of R. McKean and Mr. Frank Watson of i ?1I

4\tine and of the Tiller negro convict camps near :\'. Y., where he is taking a special the resolution were Messrs. Robert- Jacksonville also spent the entire II National Baptist Convention, Washington FUNERALDIRECTORS.
'arp I
D. C.
Mr. G. S. ,
the waters. Friday ,
and ear Carroll, Rheinauer and Carmi day en
tried to do the "get-away" onTuesday course to become an eye spe son I

Cftra and the guard, after commanding cialist. He expects later to go toGermany I chael. Those voting against it were Scott, wife and daughter and Mr. 1 i'I The Seaboard Air Line will operate i I

Mm to halt shot him in the to study for a year, after Messrs. Mclver and Gates. So the John Taylor spent the day fishing and a special sleeping car .from Jack !I .

will locate in some large resolution passed.A took lunch at Connor. Saturday Mr. sonville to Washington at 7:30 p. m.. II I -1-I
he
effect was just what was which ,
leg. The specialist work. Dr. II petition was then presented, and Mrs. Clyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Fox Sept. 9th, for the exclusive use of i Have a full tock of Coffins Caskets
to take
'now to
is gettinga city up
the negro given
and
desired j j'I'
and Burial Outfits Special
in this large number of citizens Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland and Dr. Izlar colored people. Tickets will be on .
friends section signed by a
rest from his arduous duties, and Taylor made many I Burial services

although suffering considerable pain of Florida, who hope to hear 1.( asking for the restoration of Sight spent the day and enjoyed a fish fry I sale at $23.35 from Ocala for the'I' Embalming to Order .

hurt. great things of him in the future. Policeman Torrain. at GrahamTille. round trip.
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.r OUR GREAT SPONGE INDUSTRY I!,I;IA I Marion County Candidate for Governor SOLDIERS LOST OUT ,j I II II I MACKE1Y'=

sI i iI I j I MclVE 8i

The Tarpon Springs correspondent A correspondent of the Titusrillei Uncle Sam's Boys Had One Bad Inning ;

I Ic'ikI1' of the Times-Union contributes a ;i Star nominates Hon. Geo. G. Mathews and the Home Team Won j I '

I ) II news letter to that paper which gives i of Marion county for governor. After the close of an exciting game ; DEALERSI

SEEDS ome definite and interesting infor- and says of him: "To begin with, Mr. on Thursday, in which neither side FURNITURE

mation in regard to sponge fishing. ;( Mathews was born in Alabama about won, a great crowd gathered at the i[ -

one of Florida's most important indus- : fifty and is Magnolia street afternoon LISE OF : !
bare r. "'\r I tar over 5.1: years, ; years ago of the stock of I ground Friday I I G IN TIIE

at i-' I. ihetrabiO'.ute rnt'S. The writer says: 'i :he revolution.- He descended from to see the tie of the day before I << CAltRY EVERYT11
ecru ,,-rosy'h "h vr uncommonly : j jI
1zrg, .t r-ii. out '-. -grta .rs and Tarpon Springs seems destined to : Gov. George Mathews of Georgia. played of!. The presence of so Parlor niSuits

tR rr.. .imake i most popu Chem!ar the every.most become the leading town on the West j who was a colonel in Washington'sarmy. many ladies was an incentive to the House Furnishings In Leather, Upholstered and Red

K i dealers 1907 roast, the principal factor in its rap- ; home }I and Mattings. -
Not only so, but he is a man boys to play well, for during : Rugs, Art Squares
I keel Auaual free on request. i
D. M. FERRY & CO., id development being the sponge in- I of education and learning, and having the entire game only one misplay i I j Suits Dining Room Suits #

;_>..F Detroit.Mich. fjiihtry, which is conducted principally I! had experience as a legislator and was made by the locals, and that had '> Bed Room of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak. t

"'-- by Greeks, there being about loooj i j having belonged to the consular service no serious results. i In Mahogany Birch, Birdseye .

------- of them engaged in the business. ji j of the country under President In choice of innings, the soldiers Maple and Oak. China and Crockery

i The sponges are gathered by divers j I I Cleveland he has had great opportunity took the field first. For Ocala, Jew- line-Dinner Sets and
Complete
START ME.
I. woo are experts in the business, ha\ I! to study the ways of government ett waited, expecting to be given a i Mission Furniture Odd Pieces

"Start me!" cried little Alice from I ing worked at it for years in their I and has availed himself of it. He is free pass to first but the next three 'j I In all the different finishes

I 1M perch on the swing. "I want to go I native country. The sponge grounds fully endowed with that great Ameri- balls were strikes and he was retired. [

embrace an area of several hundred i can characteristic, common sense. Bennett and Harris went out in or 1
Ugh! Start me! I .
miles, and are said to be inexhaustible. and being of excellent health and der. The soldier boys were more for I Curtains Portters
be Lace
Somebody can't starting
you All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, ,
I i
even temperament no tunate. Godley, the first was {
&1I the time, answered Tommy, half man among up pass- Goods I

iapaltefit of her demands upon him, I The recent act passed by congress tbf>m all would bring to the adminis- ed to first on four bad ones. He stole iI i i and Upholstering ,

ball desirous of giving her a bit of instruction. I prohibiting the diving for sponges tration of state affairs a brighter second and went to third on an out. ,I Heaters Ranges Cook Stoves
,
"Put your foot on the from June 1 to October 1 of each year promise ot" fair and satisfactory performance He could not score as the next two and Picture <,

I ground and start yourself." went into effect for the first time. than he. Mr. Mathews is. batters fanned. !' Full Lin.of Lp-t r-date Pictures framed and unframed -
I of
stock
Full
One who has been- brought much in this year. j moreover, a good business man, in In the second McLin and Vogt hit ture Mouldin-s.!

I In the meantime a great many of; close touch with the long flies to left and right which
and is
people : and Saddles
I contact with young people, young women Farm and Wagons Buggies Harness @ .
I especially, and has been endears the Greek population have taken advantage just, broad-minded and devoted to the were taken in by Hale and Gode! : Turpentine I ,

i orieg to help them, recently said that I II of the layoff to.isit their I elementary doctrines of democracy. Bullock was out, third to first. For I Exclusiveale ot tine brit wagon on earth-the Studebaker.And .

I Lr greatest discouragement lay in i I I'I mother country. But the majority I And so, without stain in his everyday the visitors, McCudden hit safely over carry the very best: !line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.Building i

the fact that they all wanted at once preferred to spend the summer I life, without vexatious ambition for second base making the only safe one ,

'I the reputation the pay and the pat- II months here in Tarpon, where a considerable I' I office, without enemies to punish or I 'Clark allowed during the game. Th-

FOMfe of those who had been longyears number have been kept busy particular friends to reward. and :artillerymen hit the ball frequently.

I I building new boats for the coming! I I but Brick. Lini''. Cement, Plaster,
tn the work. They wanted to I I with all the elements of true manhood the Ocala boys gave him splendid Paints aijdOils

I t 14 pwe
I These new boats when completed this excellent of the Ocala made one in the fourth :
run
I WMld net them flying at once-instead i I man people suit ( Flintkole Roofing,

1! tiC fWttlBff their feet on the ground I land added to the already large fleet I I exactly for the office of governor j I i i I inning. Bennett hit to left for a base Material r

I will swell it to eighty-five vessels, I but White Lead. Varnishes. Etc.
Md slowly working up for themselves 1 :\Hamiews. I was caught at second when Harris -

i} against about fifty built last season; j.I hit Harris Alahastine and Wall Paints
It ta tbe same story, the same cry i t to pitcher went to second Wall Pap'"'1'. Magnite

tfc* world over. People are longing to'Momt I ias stated, these boats are built by !;'BE SURE TO USE: THE RIGHT OIL. on an infield out, took third on a I i n i give us a trial. r.a-1a.! We will not be undersold and will please i

t' high along many lines, but for i Greek workman who have shown I I, wild pitch, and scored when the "Bt,? ,.

!i themselves to be experts in this i i Chief' dropped Vogt's Mclver & Mackay.
lh* BKMt part they are sitting still The South Florida Sentinel l prints long fly to cen ,
I branch of industry.
gal walling fur somebody to start i I I II this: ter.The rr ._ -_- r.
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{ The Greek is
population being -
..... They want to reach success. I augmented !II I I The crude oil and sand roads are seventh inning was the soldiers' 1
daily now by the arrival of I i
Waterloo. In
that inning the
tat they want to swing high from the i again claiming attention in Duval
I great numbers from Greece and a few I'j jI home boys made four hits, which cou- '
the flnt-to be pushed by someon 's I county. A recent visitor from Los '
I I bringing their families. I am told by
with five T
pled and balk
errors a netted
1t10ley, strength or name. Those who Angeles, California, J. H. :McClymonds: s o
!! them ttat there would ve quite a I II t'Q
them .
Pelot
kN rlIyUUnc to begin with their who is authority on this matter, I' seven runs dark.I :
number of families come over were i j Jewett, Bennett Haiis, yogi and' _
e the ground and start themaittett claIms that the sandy conditions of I
there any houses to be rented. It is i, Raysor coming home in succession. i PAID
an comparatively few. II 4
!| this state are ideal for making of
said to be a fact, at this writing that' The visitors then changed pitchers M
most perfect roads, as hard as flint,
i there is not a vacant house or room I II 'i Brown, E., going in the box and Lim'
How the Government Skins the Coun- I easy on the eyes and needing but lit.(
in the whole town
notwithstandingthe
I I | ger taking third base, after which
try Publisher i that been I tie repairing. If this is so, why so I
new cottages have
there were no further scores on eith-
One of the greatest injustices practiced I much delay in trying it? Let Duval
erected and are in course of construc
side. In the Clark
er eighth inning
by the government is the fact set the pace and the rest of the state I'
II tion. j[ hit two men, and the soldier boys had
of the postoffice department printingan take notice. !
'i three men on bases with only one EXPRESS
The sand and oil roads all :
selling envelopes and at a price I Fort McCoy on the Move are right out. The best Lunger could do war
IHOW the actual cost to the printer when you use crude petroleum with I
Mr. John W. Stevens, the wheel- I ito hit to Clark who threw out :Me
( of the raw material. an asphalt base. When the eastern ;
1 horse of the Fan McCoy community, : Cudden at the plate. The- bases were
Then to add to the injury the government oil with a parafine base is used the|

deadheads the delivery of the was in the city Friday, and reports road will be a complete and utter fail still filled when Godley popped up a

fly which Clark pulled in after a hard
gothls ant charges up the deficiency, everything on the move there. ure. The heavy asphalt oil of California
run to the base line. to
i real or imaginary, to thn second class He says the people are'very much makes, when properly used, ,

1 postage accorded to newspapers. elated over the prospects of in the the ideal road, where teaming is not I The score: ;alt $ I2oo
I Ocala. AB R H PO A E
And to top It all some of the sap- near future having a railroad to that i too heavy. Redlands (Cal.) Citro-
Jewett, 3b..5 1 1 1 i u> c
ewcl+ers at the head of the governmental point, and if they can get assurances j ;i graph.
; I Bennett, 2b. . .5 1 1 3 2 c
affairs are urging for an increase that the road will be finished in time ;! CHAS BLUM & COMPANY
Harris, If. . .5 2 0 0 0 i
of postage' on newspapers to move a vegetable crop this fall Much Ado in Declining ,
McLin, ss . _5 0 1 0 1 "
rate, if adopted, that would} be the there will be quite a large one. I May, !&'l'"I; really don't think Jacksonville a.
II I Y ogt, cf . . .5 1011"
:. moans of putting; hundreds of country The Ocala and Northern now has will run. Signed, Frank Adams. I IX
Raysor, lb..4 1 0 10 0 o I
jttpt-ra out of business. We don't its roadbed finished to within a mile I June, 19')7. "I am not a candidate." 11 I
Bullock, C..4 0 010 2 $I' '
l fH<*%e the people in general would of Big Pond, near Fort McCoy. Mr. _.gned, Frank Adams.
1 I Pelot, rf. . .4 1 1 0 0 0 JI!!... -
I fttand for this. Stevens says one of the contractors July 19''<7. "Let me alone; I won't r- D
Clark p---------4 1 2 1 2 '0 ,
I Tie fart is that the government had informed him that the work of .run." Signed, Frank -\dams.-Lake I i H, A. Spencer
L, E.
- Lang
1\ uses the mails with a free list, which laying tins and rails would begin at I Butler: Star. J. A. Bomier 'itt .
Total . . 43 8 6 26 lit II t
J runs up into many millions> of pounds i once.
II I Fort Dade. AB R II PO A E
t and the price paid the railroads for I The people of Fort McCoy are very In Defense of Grady's MemoryTo 1!
Announcement
j Godle '. If..3 0 W 1 1 o
i carrying is charged up to newspaper solicitous as to the name of the sta- ,
1 Brown. F., 2b..3 0 0 3 2 1 .1
second class rates and noted as defi- tion to be located there and are in'! the Editor Ocal aBanner:
I Ingram lb. . .4 0 012 1 2.
Ii i riency. I hopes that it will remain Fort McCoy, i I e. have just purchased the .
splendidlv l
I i I In the Star of the Cth inst., I notice Waller, 3b and c..1 0 0 4 5 1 equipped
The dealings of the department are ] as the postomce has been tor many i machinery plant of the
I an article entitled, "Does Prohibition McCudden, ss .3 0 1 1 1 2i i Yonge and dine"Comimiiv
unfair, for It is to be that the railroad and ,
putting; out commercial I years. hoped solicit a share
of
j Prohibit, showing how Henry Grady Berryhill, cf..3 0 0 1 0 1:, the repair w urtiadjoining of Marion( and
I It work is not in line with a square deal. I will let the name of the station 1
r qualified( his own statement (that prohibition Hale rf..9 0 0 1 0 : COUlltl'9 e make t
t Tho only recourse, perhaps: is fort I be Fort McCoy, as many recollections i iI i a.specialty of repairing }
j i does prohibit) and gave figures Brown, E., p..1 0 0 0 1 0 !! steam pumps, gas engines. etc. tI '
the country newspapers to whittle I and pleasant: reminiscences are connected II 3
to prove it. I Kelly, C..1 0 0 3 0 Let us j jI
i out a big stick and get busy. It does with this historic name. quote you prices I
There seems to be an attempt in Lunger, and 3b..3 0 0 1 5 1
i I p ;
n't pay to have everything one-sided ;
i the heading, to give the reader the
I - -
t Too much is plenty, and not enough j "Might as Well Try to Keep Out the I : t tL
I impression that Mr. Grady recanted, 'I Total . . 27 0 12714 s !I Ocala Gas
is quite' a few. Patience sometimes Hudson River With a Whisk I Engine
although the writer takes pains in Waller out, Interfering with hit :
ceases to be a virtue, and there is j Broom," as Try to Stop the I '
I the body of the communication, not :. ball.
p always a last straw.-Pemberton'I Tide of Prohibition
# I I to directly attribute the "figures" and i ocala . .00017000-sI Company
(Cal.) Leader.
anti-prohibition argument following;j Fort Dade..000000000-

Declares the Chief Liquor Editor of' to :Mr.: Grady simply saying that they Base on balls by Clark 2: bit by _.. ;_ .. I ;
:
The Tampa Tribune on Sparkman the United States in "Beverages, "
I ..
appeared in the "Constitution, of pitcher Hale, Brown, E.; double play, :, .
Those who 2.
were fortunate enoughto August
which Mr. Grady was editor. As a II Lung and Ingram: struck out. by'':
attend the birthday picnic at Sulphur -I "Beverages," of New York, is the i i
I matter of fact, Grady was not tbe Lunger, 3. Brown, E., 4. Clark, 10.
Springs Wednesday, given i official organ of tbe National Liquor! John B Stetson
I chief editor of the "Constitution"
at I Umpire: Mr. Bassett. ,
\ by Florida's: highly esteemed representative I League of America. Mr. J. E. Nolan, University!
that time and familiar
I i no one with Notes Four
in congress, Stephen M. editor in a leading editorial August 2, I Colleges and Five ec ':
I his attitude on the prohibition ques- Ocala has the soldier boys to thank
r Sparkman, were loud in their praise 190,7 on "Prohibition in Georgia." de- I Dl"'LAXD, FLOI
tion will believe for IDA
; a moment that for reviving interest in baseball in
of the genial host and his gentle wife clares that the drink traffic has "oversta'ed (! i I I Affiliated with the
i! he was responsible for the state'nients Ocala. By two clean, pretty games ; University of
and the beautiful hospitality of the its opportunity" and "cannot: COLLEGE OF LIBERAL Chicago.ity ,
and figures as printed. Let it the support of the home people has .. ARTSTK
occasion.It stop the onward march of prohibition of Chicago stetsons receTvftf-6 those f the .
I be remembered that the editor in been reenlisted.It i! graduates V
is a pleasing thing to note that Stetson and Chicago. See the degrees from '
| chief of the "Constitution" at that Chicago and (1)1h '
will be good news to the patronsof ; Stetson
the passing years leave no trace of The conclusion of this remarkable; I COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates catalog. ,
time was an ardent anti. the to know that Mr. Engesser : of this '
j game COllege
i tice law
editorial is the in Florida are
age upon this patriotic son of Florida following: j without admitted to
i In simple justice to the memory of!I who happened to the painful accident -i examination. pracCOLLEGE -
whose friends "The result in Georgia r OF
many are now urg- presents no tor TECHNOLOGY
Mr. Grady, I have felt AND
i constrained of breaking his arm in Thurs- : SCHOOL
ing him to seek the exalted honor of I pleasant outlook for any section of' I Mechanical, Civil, Electrical OF MECHANIC ARTS-
1 make the above statement. That Mr. I day's game, was able to be out Friday i Engineering and 1 Ianual
a seat in the nation's senate. And be the bueiness.: That state in its judgment ms to degrees. Fine new Training :
Grady desired that he should ever be While suffering a building, costly courses le"
great
I
would add dignity, refinement- and intellectual bsa treated all alike, and no COLLEGE OF equipment
I remembered as an ardent championof deal of pain he will be inconvenienced ;' BUSINESS-Banking In
force to that august body.- false notion that beer is a temperance I by best methods. Shorthand itin" its branches.
the cause of prohibition is provedby for some time. andT Bookkeeping
Tampa Tribune. beverage and should be allowed to f I other Departments. Large comS- Elective
the following card published by We repeat that it has been a pleasure II I I Faculty and ( courses open in
hold on has been entertained or PREPARATORY boil d
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: him in the "Constitution" the day after I to entertain the boys from Fort i ACADEMY-Graduates n
l Has He a Darrel I brought forward. Yale Princeton, Cornell prepared <
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the election: i i Michigan, enter Harvard
Dade Egmont Key. They Chicago ,
on
Hiss Jefferson Dell asserts that i, Ve dislike to acknowledge it. but play I NORMAL AND MODEL and all first daS
"When everything else I have said! ball and conduct themselves : SCHOOLS-I Colleges,
the man who will be the next governI I i we really believe the entire business good tO ]! ing 2. Primary and hindern In
or done is forgotten. I Grammar Its
want the the best advantage both on and SChool in own builds
or of Florida has not been named, but all over has overstayed its opportu- very i|j especially prepare Public separate building,
words I have spoken for prohibition off the field. School t.achers Th..e schools
that his will be forward I to itself the MUSIC
name brought nity protect against onward II SCHOOL-A Li
I in Atlanta to be remembered. I am fIOoooOO
in October. All right. Miss n,1we'll 'j march of prohibition, which in'' building, large facult pipe organ. a dozen XII
I prouder of my share in the The World the thorough pianos
II campaignthat prints interesting i 3.
,i Courses
separate
wait and see what your candidate -I some sections of the country is advancing ART SCHOOL-Kew of st ads.
has ended in its defeat than of rumor that President Roosevelt will j: Studio. .
Costly \
looks like, but excuse us if we like a prairie fire with not Stetson has casts
imy share in the campaigns that have become a newspaper -editor upon his ; a faculty ot 48 models. etc
apear somewhat impatient.-Apalachicola a hand raised to stop its progress. ; grees from the Professors and instructors
; ended in vic'ory. i espoused its retirement from the White House. University cf Chicago .hold
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Times. I "For years we have sounded the' Toronto, Wake Forest IIarr'lrd, Yale de- ,
cause deliberately. and I have worked The rumor has it that he has Louisville Danmnuth
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arranged -
: BoWdOin Columhia
If we had a guess we might say 1 warning of the impending storm. For : of Michigan, Dennison Utrecht ,
for its success night and day, to the with Whitelaw Reid to secure i i and other BnCknell"
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that he is young, handsome eloquent years we have argued for organization : buildings and Universities There + Uni'Orsity
very best of my ability. My only regret -! control of the New York Tribune, the equipment; nearly ere over
t I a $300,000,00
s honest, an office holder now and a i! and for sears we have, in season i endowed library of quarter million 10
is that my ability was not great-I paper founded by Horace Greeley and j I I over 13,000"olumes dOllar endow
friend to the common people always.If I and out of season pleaded for unit, I nlshings, IncludIng ; a beautiful merit; aoI
er. we were not afraid that we had i harmony and co-operation among all ',organ; a GYnmasium Windows, 7 oil costly. fur
by Joel Chandler Harris. of the With With Paintings
republican a ;
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hit the truth we might say that his branches of business, but all efforts on j party. I tanning track, complete appara\ns n $10,000.00 pipe :'
i ADMIRER OF GRADY. newspaper of his own. Mr. Roosevelt j i tennis courts, baseball ; an enclosed ',, '
I'ome is not a hundred miles from ;;; our part and on the part of others i ming, golf, diamond Athletic Fi d, j
roWUlg and
I would be able to keep the "undesjj'a- i I and other gridiron
Jacksonville and his duties are connected has resulted in no good. I I i ten large laboratories Sports; separate besides slut t
The Touch That HealsIs ble citizen." the Ananias Club and the I for Chemistry buildings for men '
with a certain court there.- "Five year ago a united'industry !{ the touch of Bucklen's Arnica I Biology; several large Phystcs, and wonJ'n' ,

Pensacola News. I might have kept back the situation j i I Salve. It's the happiest combinationor nature fakirs on the jump pretty near I! steam heat, cement m"euIlts and shops;electr'c Bacteriology, Mineralogy and 1 1I
all the time.-Miami News. walks
that now confronts it, but today it is Arnica flowers and healing- balsams I shrubbery and trees shell road. broad lights, electric bells

Don't be afraid to give Chamber too late. ever compounded. No matter I I! lecture ; social, literary, musical avenues, spacIous campus,
lain's Cough Remedy to chil how old the sore or ulcer is. this Now that Gene Mathews of Starke courses; Christian and not andother students'
your
: dren. It contains no opium or other "Might as well try to keep out the Salve will cure it. For burns, has built a "platform," why couldn'the I I afar and healthful, and the sectarian teaching, The clubs l ; star

It always Hudson Paver with a Whisk Broom." cuts, wounds or piles its an For expenses are low location is beau
r harmful drug. cure,. Fosale scaldS'j it and for catalogs, view s. ,
get on run folders
by all druggists. m rAmerican Issue. Augu-t :.:'I. !%?. cure. Guaranteed by Tydings govemor'-I'I and ,IntorIltation 1

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Local and Personal THE APPROACHING PROHIBITION Where Our Young People Will Attend )! Little Boy Breaks His Leg TO SERVE THE PUBLIC I I- I ,
: fRECKLES i ::
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CAMPAIGN School This Year
I i i Monday afternoon a sad accident

""1 uJ. Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. i iKev. : There are a larger number of Ocala | happened to little Charlie Duval of Some Novel Features About a News I:i REMOVED In Tea L &)s.

;". ----- -- i: In the approaching prohibition young people who will attend college !I Sumnierfield. lIe accompanied his paper's New BuildingThe NadinoiaThe :

T. II. Sistrunk campaign this paper will throw the this year than before in many years, parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Duval, to Star-Courier. Kewanee. 111., is
of !
In Ocala Anthony was which is another evidence of the pros I Ocala on the noon train. They decided erecting a fine building for its future Complexion
Friday j weight of its influence on the side of _4
perity and growth of our city. Quitea to drive home late in the afternoon home with some decidedly new features I I Be"l tifier is en- ; a

It is now those I who are struggling to vote the number have:. already gone away, I and for this purpose they hired which will add to the popularity .' rt__-. i d,.:,d bv thousands,

northern district Judge of Florida.Sheppard of the |I' county dry.If and by the first of October several.ja! livery team. When nearing the residence already enjoyed by the paper. ; =t "' r"' vi gunnreeltoremove.!grateful ladies, aDd ;.t t;

others will have gone. of Mr. J. J. Gerig the horse be- On the first floor there is a reception '' f all facial discoloration "

Mr. it were to attempt to print all Brantley Weathers, Jr., and Miss came frightened and started to runaway room and a woman's rest room '"'ONq and
restore toeleaury
;
Alfred Ayer went to Mcln-
to&h yjefeday to spend several up days. the articles pro and con in a contestof Janet Weathers, both graduates of Mr. Duval and the little boy for the free use of the public. The C of youtK. The

: the Ocala High School the past term, leaped from the team, the latter falling ; woman's rest room especially! will be worst cases in twenty day 50c. and $1.00

Mr. Sol Benjamin of Atlanta is in I t this kind it would be overwhelmedwith have gone North to enter college, the under the wheels which passed something that will be appreciated bj : at all leading drug eicres. o.by mail.Prtwnd .

the city looking after his business in- literature, and some of the articles former to Amherst Mass., and the,I over his legs, breaking one of them the ladies of the city and visitor bv NATIONAL TOILET (0 I'ariL Teas.CARMACK'S .

terests here. latter to Troy.0;. Y., and Hibbert above the knee and badly crushingthe who call.
would be compelled to go un- I'I
Weathers is at school at Williston, other one. Mr. Duval was unhurt On the second floor is a committeeroom SPEECH

A marriage license was issued Monday printed, and the authors of the rejected Mass. except for several bad bruises and which will be for the free use

Two of the other Ocala cuts. Mrs. Duval remained in the
graduatesof of the committees of labor organiza
to William L. Hozellon and Mary' articles would feel aggrieved, so Former Senator Carmack, the
Rouser both the past term, Edwin Spencer and carriage, which was stopped by two tlons and any others desiring to have
of this county. youthful Tennesseean, invited to "
was
our business manager has concludedto Miss Caroline Pasteur will enter men who were passing in another: ve meetings.On .

i" Miss Opal Osteen and her fix a price for the publication of Stetson University this trem, and I I hide. the third floor is a big lecture make a Labor Day speech at Nashville

young Weller Carmichael is also contemplating Quite a number of the people in hall, with parlors adjacent. This will and many of the newspapers of
brother of High Springs are visiting these articles, and the same has been
\ their sister Mrs. W. F. Marlowe. going to Stetson.: that neighborhood witnessed the accident also be for the tree use of the public that state were so pleased with his" -

accepted by the literary bureaus of Miss Evelyn Liddon, a member of and the little fellow was carried for public functions where no admis- addrt ?s that he is now being urged tointerne

I the two factions.No the class of 07, will attend school in tenderly on the veranda of Mr. sion is charged such as conventions,
I Mr. and Mrs S. a candidate for .
Lovell governor.Mr.
{ and baby,
t I Pennsylvania this winter, and Miss Gerig's house. A phone message mass meetings, etc.
""ho reside in the Sparr neighborhood, article of a personal or offensive -I Lucile Standley, another of the grad- quickly brought a physician to the Carmack said that the railroads '

Ij I Were visitors to Ocala Tuesday. nature will be admitted into its ; uates, will go to Macon Ga., the first scene and the little sufferer was taken HIGHER SUBSCRIPTION PRICE of this country possess a powerof ,
j
II I of October to take a business course, to the Ocala House, where he and taxation such as is wielded by no

1i i Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith l left yesterday columns. as will also Miss Grace Hatchell of his mother are now comfortably lo Indications All Point to the Passing
I power on earth. That they have the
,, for New York City and otherplaces There are two sides to all questionsand this city. cated. The little fellow is suffering '.
Dollar
of the
Weekly
to levy extortionate and discriminating -
I s in the East, to be gone about Miss Frances Anderson will go to considerable, but is bearing up brave power
t 1 elx! wetks.Mrs.CM. an intelligent discussion of this Vassar College for her third year, and ly. The movement all over the state freight rates, and as longas

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I : subject from able writers ought to Miss Lillian Anderson to the Emma Mr. Duval. who is the manager for toward a higher price for the country this power was unchecked by leg

I I I p. Thagard and daughter, lead to helpful conclusions.The Willard School at Troy, for her second the McGehee Lumber Company atSumnierfield weekly has been in evidence for some islation it was fearfully exercised and

Ellen, went up to Reddick Tuesday to year. returned to that place time past Several Michigan papers abused.
11 spend a few days with Miss Ellen editorial columns will reflect
Miss Eugenia Fuller will continueher Tuesday afternoon, and will come up have the
already put subscriptionrate
Yet what to when laws
are we say
Hugging and with Mr. and Mrs. Robert the views of the editor and the articles studies at the Agnes Scott College to Ocala every few days until his little -
\ up from $1 to $1.50 and in one to the unjust exercise
Thagard. at Decatur, Ga., and Miss Mary I boy is able to go home. are passed prevent
will be written with as much ,, two instances to $2. The latter .
r Burford will enter Belmont College at i -- ---- or of this power, and commissioners -

Mrs Sidney Haile and children, clearness conciseness and toleranceas Nashville, Tenn. I Fire at the Deck Davis Home price prevails in the eastern states, are elected to see that the laws

I who have been spending the summer Miss Leta Camp who is at Wednesday night, just before and there not few Michigan:
he is able to bring to the task. present I are a are properly enforced, yet the discriminations
with relatives in Virginia, have returned in Europe, will return the first of oc- 7:30: o'clock, as Messrs. Charles weeklies that charge $1.50. The Car- go on just the same
JI home. Articles appearing on the other
tober and will
attend Hollins
: again Peyser and Jules Cohen were going son City Gazette is one of the more without let or hindrance.
pages of the p.:.per will be contribu- College in Virginia. Where there is one seaport city in
I W. M. Gist and son of McIntosh, down town they discovered the residence recent to make an increase.

Fla. arrived In the city yesterdayand tions furnished by the saloon and Mala Huughton. who was graduated of Mr. D. W. Davis on Souibj The cause of this evident.. The Florida there are dozens of interior
\ from the G. M. A. at College Park last cities, so-called, yet every interior
were guests of the Aragon while anti-saloon leagues.Mr. June will attend the of Third street to be on tire. They for is higher.
I University price nearly everything city is made to pay tribute to the sea
'bt're.-Tlmes-Union. quickly returned to their home nearby
I Florida this year and Wallace Sto- Living expenses all along the line port cities.
Sam Pyles went down to St. vall will enter the G. M. A. and phoned in a message to the
that it is the
Carmack
Mr.
1 I cost much more than ten years ago. says
Mrs Walter of Live fire and the made
Armstrong station department
and Tampa yesterday on
Petersburg will
Miss Legie Blitch be a studentat I 'Criminations that crush individualsand
Oak visiting her couisn, Mrs. \\'alIter business'isit.. a quick response and reached the Davis It is so with all kinds of material. The
a Columbia the new Baptist college destroy cities. If this be true.
Hood and her sister, Mrs. Walter at Lake City and Miss Lola Raysor home in time to prevent a serious rise has been steady. Therefore the
how can any interior community hope
M I Bishop, for a few days. I Mr. Medlin, a prominent turpentine will go to Converse College, Spartan- conflagration.The question "Must the Dollar Weeklj to become a city with the fearful discriminating -

I operator of Williston, was among our birrg, S. C. fire is supposed to have originated Go?" is one confronting the average freight rates in operation

II I Capt. James Cribbett and three Wednesdar'isitors.. Donald Schreiber will go to Staun- I from the electric wires in someway publisher these days. Print paper, against them such as we find today

'hlldreJ of Largo have gone to the ton Va.. for his second term at the getting in contact with the gas for instance, when the Sentinel purchased in Florida?

Jamestown Exposition to enjoy the Mrs. George Woods went down to V. M. I.Louis. jets and as we had a terrific etecrtic its last car in January was Let us particularize.
sights there for a couple of weeks. I afternoon to sorm in the" afternoon the wires may
Dade City Wednesday and John Chazal left yesterday about $2.35 per hundredweight. Sine The freight on an automobile from

i visit relatives for a brief while. morning for ML St. Mary's College have been struck by lightning.The then it has soared to $2.85: and is still Port Huron, Mich.. to Jacksonville is

A. Prof. Wesley Smith has moved his i Maryland, and will be joined fire companies succeeded in extinguishing going higher, this following a gradualrise fifty dollars.

.; family here from Anthony. We understand .Mrs. \\'altprrmstrong, formerlyof there in a few weeks by their brother, the flames with their during the past few: years. Body The freight on the same automobilefrom -

that he is thinking of buildIng Crystal River, but now of Live !I Charlie Chazal.At chemical apparatus and small hose. type used:: in the publication af a the same city to Ocala is One

; a home here.-Dunnellon! Advo Oak, has returned to L r home in Brenau College.: Gainesville, ( a..1 They found it unnecessary to turn on newspaper at C2 cents a opund as> Hundred and Fifty-nine Dollars!

cate. that city after a short visit with relatives there will bo several Ocala girls this the big hose and thereby saved the compared with 29 cents in 1SV 9. All We are told by our merchants that r<

I I at Crystal River and Ocala Mrs. year, viz: Misses Alta Pearson. .Tes-I furniture from being greatly dam- along the line the prices are up cor- this is not an exceptional nor extraor-

Mrs. J. W. Hodge and daughter, Armstrong is daughter of Colonel stein Martin Minnie Stovall and Mat aged. respondingly. But in the face of it dinary instance-that all the merchandise -

Miss Ethel, left over the Seaboard Nic Ifcirco, and is a sister of Mrs. tie Williams-the latter to take a I Mr. Davis family were at Lake all the same old price for the weekly shipped to Ocala is relatively -

yesterday for Opelika and Waverly, Walter Bishop of this city. special course in vocal music.At Weir and Mr. Davis was at the Ocala poper.a dollar a year, has prevailed in about the same proportion.

Ala. and otter points for a month's the Washington Seminary in At- I House at the time of the fire and no I' paper a dollar a year has prevailed With these extortionate and discriminating

outing. Their many friends wish Mrs. W. J. Chambers and children lanta, Ocala furnishes several scholars -,I one was in the house, so the firemen and even then many subscriptionshave rates against them, with

a safe and pleasant trip. passed through Ocala Tuesday on as well as' two of the teachers. were forced to break in a door and to be carried more than aear.. the sanction of the state and inter

rrXlV. I I! their way to their home in Tampa, Miss Annie Sharpe is the head lady window. The fire was between the As this does not pay tbe cost of production state commissioners, how is it possible

T. A. Mitchell, formerly with i I from a trip through North Georgiaand teacher at this institution and Mrs. walls at the front of the house. it is from the advertisingthat I to ever hope to build up a city in

Ilheinauer & Co.. of this city nowj Alabama. Their trip was considerably Gabriel Palmer, formerly Miss Lilias the deficiency, for the most part. i the interior of Florida?

with the Bentley-Gray Company ofTampa I shortened by the reported Allred of Ocala, will be one of the Lyceum Attractions Season for' the Coming must come. The demand of the reader Why not petition the railroad commissioners -

: was interviewing our merchants illness of Mr. Chambers in Tampa.We teachers there this year, and Misses is for the paper that gets the news. to issue an official ukase r
,
I Mr. Allan and Mr. J.
j Tuesday. He has many I trust that Mr. Chambers ere this Emma and Edna Nelson, Jean Austin. Bridges W. The country publisher must give his making it unlawful for any firm to

- 'I'IHtt tie Smith will attend this school. during the coming season. They only command advertising
patronage
him. Quite a number of Ocala ladies were any interior point in Florida and have
at the Seaboard depot to greet Mrs. Jim Rentz leaves for Decatur, Ga., have alraedy arranged a program of but will hold and make patronage done with the hopeless struggle at
six attractions and have
endeavoredto
of Ocala's Chambers, as she and her interesting to resume his studies at Donald Fra- against the competition of the city once and forever?
Mr. John H. Taylor, one select the very best things in the
family are great favorites here. ser. papers, which, for advertising prestige -
young men has purchased bureau. The
HKMt prominent Miss Sue Anderson will go to De- Lyceum entertainments are put out at a less cost, thoughin FLORIDA'S ADVANTAGESBy

f a beautiful residence lot home on Mr. T. P. Griggs of Connor and J. Land on the 22nd to become a studentat will be given at the armory, and we no sence local, and cannot be. But /
avenue, beyond the that. will be
fine shows.
Fort King are sure : they
F. Caldwell of Electra were in Ocala Stetson and Miss Betty Mclver the aim of the country publisher-is to ( Governor Napoleon B. Broward
C. K. Cullen and rumor says The double tickets
of Mr. he will erect I Tuesday, and brought in a large coop will return to college at Rock Hill, season are only give his patrons the best family paper, of Florida
that at no distant day $5, and already there are a large num-
N. C. well edited and clean and with these
i of chickens for sale. These gentlemen Florida holds out or offers to that
beautiful home. ber of subscribers.
tfcereon a Mr. Daniel Cappleman. also graduate Anyone wishingto conditions, little wonder it is that
I state that the people across the a person who desires to cast his lot

river, since the big freeze, have been of the Ocala High School, will be join the Lyceum will do well to see publishers all over the state are se- with her and become a citizen, more

Mrs. George McGahagin and baby up against hard lines, but that they a student at the University of Florida. either Mr. Bridges or Mr. Sylvester. riously considering as never before advantages than any other state in

arrived In Ocala Tuesday from a visit now see a rift in the clouds, and with Norton Davis will return to the These Lyceum courses are excellent the problem that in many instances he Union, from almost any stand

with, Mrs.' McGahagin's relatives in the .price of long staple cotton 8 1-2 Donald Fraser school at Decatur, Ga., and should be encouraged by our here and there result in the announce- point that would be of benefit to the

So t4 Florida and they will now cents in the seed and 15 cents for and Miss Hope Robinson will probably people. ment that the subscription price is person desiring citizenship.

.m...-*"'a' this- city their home, Mr. McGa- short cotton in too -Hnt- and- the- or- attend school in Boston this win raised.. It has never been so moot- Florida is the most southern portion
Ocala Miss Jessie A. Owens of "Rutland "
to
_'. bain having recently moved I ange trees again coming into bear- ter, and possibly, several others of the: ed a question as during the past six of the United States. Florida Is
of near Sparr, leaves the first of next
Dunnellon, being a partner I of Ocala will attend school elsewhere months. "What will the
from ing, they will soon be living on easy youth comingsix a peninsular, with a coast line aggre-
works. } week for extended visit to New
)lr. II. C. Jones of the bottling street this year. I an months bring forth?" is asked by gating about llfO/ miles.
I York City, Washington and the
many of them. Certainly it seems The Gulf of Mexico is a warm bodyof

Df and Mrs. Van Hood and Miss Mr. J. Stanley Moffatt: is now connected Mr. Sitting's Home Destroyed by Fire Jamestown Exposition. Miss Owens' hardly out of place to urge the "yearin water, and the Gulf Stream, running -
Friday night'yfaruc' )host of :Marion county friends hope
rite Porter leave :: with the Y. M. C. A., WestSide The home of Mr. S. L. Bitting, in advance"policy as long as the close to the eastern shore of
Exposi- I that she will have a delightful
>for a visit to the Jamestown New York City, as assistant this city was completely destroyedby I' very dollar a year price is maintained. Florida is warmer than it is at any

t.... From there the latter will return -: secretary in the religious department. fire Wednesday morning about 7 I I trip. Ionia (Mich.) Sentinel other point where it touches any landin
she at-
to Tuscaloosa Ala., where | This is one of the strongest and o'clock. this country or in Europe.In .
Female College, I I Mr. Jchn Pasteur of this city has,
teed the Baptist most progressive associations in the They had recently put in a new Governor Hoch of Kansas on Prohibi- most of this state crops can be
to we understand, embarked In the mer-
will on
and Mrs. Hood go I country. Last year nearly half a million stove pipe, which had not been securely tion in His State grown the year round, and a greater
City spend severalMr. cantile business at Stanton, having
to men passed through these build riveted, and the flames from "The state was never so free from diversity of crops can be grown thanin
bought out the business of Mr. W. L.
J, vi'<
y boards are composed of men of prom catching the rafters of the kitcben. start business and to build houses
Dunn, for sit years was never so prosperous as it is now,
Royal C. contribute here than in any other state In the
inence and wealth. Many and in the short while the entire
railway commis- Mr. George Stewart, a prominent and I do
of materially financially. not
tterk to the board candidatE> for aplace liberally for the support of the insti house was in flames. The home was merchant of Anthony, representedthat Union at this time, and the workman

,1 cloness, and noW 3.vice )fr. Morgan, tution, which is a tremendous force located near Exposition street, and busy community In Ocala Wed-, believe that there is anywhere on.. commands as high wages here as In

on the board, permanently for righteousness.Mr. beyond the fire limits, so it was Impossible nesday. He was accompanied byMrs. I earth $1,600,000 people maintaining a. any state.In .

vi bo expects to retire and to save the house. Fortunately Stewart. higher standard of morals than the' fact. our natural advantages taking -

from oIlce.! was in Ocala Tuesday Mr. Ernest McLin and his father, most of the furniture was saved 1,600,000 who constitute the population into consideration our abundantfish I

raid us a moot pleasant ca11.county, Mr. B. E. McLin, of Tallahassee. re- neighbors and those who re- Phillip Jones and Lee Bagley, two. of Kansas, nor do I believe that and oyster supply, the salubrityof

nunn I. on his way to Lake turned home Tuesday night from sponded to the alarm. negro men of Sparr, were arrestedby there are anywhere else on earth a the climate, and the greater ease

where bfl o\\'ns a home and an orange lit their fishing trip. They spent a portion The house was a six-room one and Deputy Sheriff Hutson Wednesdayfor similar number of people enjoyingsuch at which one can secure a living, add

fro ve, and gOt'S down there for to a look of their time with Col. R. F. Rog-- was valued at about $1200, with only conducting a blind tiger. They. freedom from pauperism and to our advantages when contrastedwith I
and
ti1l't't't and Cuperatlon gentleman ers at Lynne who, with his two sons $300 Insurance. The loss of his home were placed under bonds of $400, and poverty. We have not only proved those with any other of the 4

f altllr lUngs. I/e Is s pleasant railway was a member of the fishing party, as is quite a blow to Mr. Bitting and his as they were unable to secure them the: wisdom of the prohibition policy, states, and I cannot help but believe

t and aeem tomatters have the finger was also Mr. Jno. T. Lewis of Moss family. are now in Jail to await trial. so far as the moral and Intellectual that we would have our choice of Immigrants

eommUsoaP0la" at his Bluff Unfortunately the weatherwas interests of the people are concerned, were they not landed so faraway
interview
incidentally he Is anchor so exceedingly stormy that the Mr. Carl M. Schneider, who Is with Don't be afraid to give Chamber-i but we have established its wisdom and were It not for too fact

1 merchants and casting an party were unable to do but very little the Buttgenbach Company at Elliston, lain's Cough Remedy to your chil-. from a financial standpoint."-Cincinnati hat we have no agents and no bureaus i
IDI his candidacy dren. It contains no opium or other
1_ to wtndward In favor of impres- fishing. However, they enjoyed a was kept busy shaking hands withbis harmful drug. It always cures. For, Enquirer Statement, July 6, advertising Florida's advantage
favorable
read made a most I pleasant visit with Col. Rogers. Ocala friends Wednesday I sale by all druggists. m ; 1907. es.-Pensacola Journalyr

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THE OCALA BANNER A NEWSPAPER TRIUMPH I I STEWART'S -
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- -- --. -- I I SLANG Ocala Fla "
I FRANK HARRIS, Editor. The age of the Ocala Banner was The friends of Judge Isaac A : "Sold by KNIGHT 3

P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. at his !best when in a recent issue he I| of DeLand, are urgent in that drves
l wag?n by ..
every
I nearly Your
H said: |!! viands that he make the You see hose words on said of CarrtagH, Buggies! and Harness, ;'
I "Ii men were confined in their con- [ [ door, and the same could he ..
rial race. They rightly for this-an there *-a gwd cne : When we
r" r-a: Ion and writings to things within There must bear vieinitwe

f th'-ir own knowledge, there would should. he be elected to fill ,fgan doing hu&lneu. with the people "f thll decided| to
would need no aofo 3y' The
D,. no necessity for research and very ernor's chair he would make handle! only line of gClods that result
cold! not afford
reasoned that we to handle
]1lie!: t u-e for a written language. Men i utive of whom the whole I ;i. apparent already. We .
l order house( quality| of .
mall;l goods
are supposed: to h'1l0things by in- !: Old : Shears, Sawbuck d. CO. I. or -",
be the
most justly proud. He and net witn .
I neighbors customers
= M tuution and what they do business with our a '
1I : can ascer- | must
nent citizen, lawyer and ; '! ;II we lines have ben! carefully selected Our .'
!tarn trout the testimony of others." I I thou.and tulles dl t,1nt. Our

I A truth well I profoundly versed in the :
great stated, and

ius-d! ait was, to defend the press of i! the commonwealth and with '! ,, WHITE HICKORY FARM AND TURPENTINE ;

.,-- Florida against the charge that Itj! and determination to act for : j 1
WAGONS fare
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knew nothing of its own knowledge I ,*
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1907 fare of all the people.It !

against the internal improvement is not surprising that honor. We carry a full line. ofEVERYTHING ::1o
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sold on
and
I
Collards are still in high favor in :| trustees and so had no right to II built ::

Georgia. speak, it was an argument not to be uents of a ,man of so ec I IN VEHICLES AND 'CCESSOfl1E3;

I resisted. Even if the newspaper men l acter should be insistent in 1111'

I The Jasper News printed in full 1 on tbe stand and under oath could I I mands that he consent to 1 : !.>w. HARNESS for the Florida mule as well! !! as for the :t.t'>>J {t
) We have
I
I Tom 11'at wn's speech to the farmer I i j testify to no definite, material. facts, I in the highest official I driver. Sec US for anything In our lines. and we assure you that w_\.1'1 .:

--- |r nevertheless, it was the agitation of I Judge Stewart's friends ): pa' strive to please you and "make good." Yours very truly I :..\}"
Twenty-four men are in jail at of the .
I the press that led to the investigation cry portion state \

l- Vest Palm Beach for seining in tte: and although no great scandals j name is legion. They are I t. KNIGHT & LANGe

l r Indian Rm,r.I' have been uncovered, a great mass of j determined not to take no I : '"- --.

I useful facts which the people had a I saver, and the Tribune '---- ---

Chares il. Schwab the iron mag- wisely. '.f, / 1 ..;;::
act Tampa Tribune.The I
I t I right to know has been brought to
.... Hate, bas reivnty given a million dollars I' 1'. I +fifNHM44M1' iK4HNfM4 .
light and the searchlight turned upon friends of Judge ." I 1.,1..N..oN..i,44H4OH

J J for Industrial education. the proceedings of the board for fifty throughout his own county i

years past. There has been no more I appreciate this compliment !

; It caused is said the that death overstrain of Mr.and Richard worry I the distinct press vindication in recent of times the in utility Florida of:I by Florida.the leading There daily are paper II; Adding( Hew Accounts ;L


Mansfield Americas foremost actor. I I
good people in
than the invetsigation which has been many !

in progress at Tallahassee; for it is I state who are persuading : on is
The of the of I j We are constantly adding new ac- .

price spirits turpentine hardly less useful for the public to j I' to enter the gubernatorial

is still going downward and there know that a great trust, holding extraordinary II' as yet he has reached no

]s no revival in the !Price of lumber. powers and controlling i the matter: indeed not yet 'ar l counts, and our business is increasing at Za i Zi

These things are regrettable. absolutely millions of assets owned ing his: probable candidacy. I also i

t; by the people, has been administered! never made a fight and lost i very satisfactory rate. Possibly you i 1
; President Roosevelt is more strenuous l
honestly, without graft corruption or been particularly fortunate in
I now than ever. It is said he has I I *t I might be glad to join us. I scandal, than to Know that opposite spect, and should he enter

t in preparation six set addresses, conditions had prevailed. That there would be the liveliest :- .
which be will deliver his down I : ): r .1'1.
on trip I
would not have been known but for that Florida ever had.- ,
the .M as lsslppi. -
the investigation, and there would cord.

have been no investigation but for : a I COMMERCIAL\ BANKh
Senator Borah, who became famousin II i
the persistent demands of the press. Used for a Scape Goat.
the trial of the Hay wood case at The New York Times
The newspapers have scored a dis- .
Jlolse Idaho, has been indicted by a CC LA. FL6.I .
the Standard Oil
tinct triumph in the work of the investigating company .
United States grand jury for conspiracy it i. :
chosen the
committee at Tallahassee. as scape goat by .
and fraud.It ent administration because : is .............N.HO..F oM 1NH.MN.4NN4HN...N
-Live Oak Democrat.The it a "
I I
friends, is decidedly y.

is believed that Sir Thomas Lipton because "it be IiHONrL
speech the editor of this paper may cudgeled No. 132r
at the eleventh hour will enter without the
delivered at Pine was intended to be dislodging !
the race for the rescue of the International : .'i
ingstone from the tariff bill.
very :serious, and sedate and anythinglike the --
yacht cup which i is: now A hit hit'!
a palpable
;
humor considered, for
was never Jk

held by America. Dr. Carroll and others were there to --- I pURE fOOD
e MARKE2-.J! .
The Texas Gonzales \
!
look after that part of the program.So .
In the criminal court of record of that the most conspicuous ...
I the author is quite surprised that I '
Ducal county, J. E. Dowman. a young that of the STALLS 3
he should be accused of trying to tax dodging was 1 & \.1 [MARKET: _=
1'\ colored lawyer, charged with obtain- tonio man whose assessment
walk in the footsteps of Mark Twain
Jnjc money under false pretenses, was ed from $2Ono0 to $250.0uO.[ I BEST FLORIDA AND WESTERN !
and it almost grieved him to the pointof
\ rontlcted, and will have to go to thet goes on to talk in some

chaingang. have weeping been regarded that his remarks as "ridiculous"should guage about the man Beef Pork( IKluttoi Lamb oijd Veal r I

U I by his esteemed contemporaryacross raise" with a mobility of ),

"(;0 thy way for this time; at a the same as if he had .. ;_>J''<,
the way, especially as his remarks:; .1
jaore convenient season I will call forthee"
'
with Uncle
seas Henry
I I were publicly commended by the editor ARMOUR'S"Startf + .
t -t-ay six months hence-said I
of the Star at the time, who also .
the }'t'Ul afola Journal the and 1.1 I ( ;
wet
in A Kansas r:0"
preacher seems
made a speech at Pine. Let's see if : Ham and Breakfast Bacon Vienna I
dry matt*:r. But the temperance people done some wonderful stunts _
the editor's speech at Pine were either ff
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I t said "now's the accepted time. matrimonial "
I noose. Among it\
"funny" or "ridiculous. He said Sausages Feet 1
Itittl Ur-'r .,la)'es had to get busy.- I among other things that he was partly marriages he says he Pigs' &c. .

: J.all I'lty Index. Week and
Mr. Day, thus
for the
[ responsible creation of the
t railroad commission and that this Day and a Week into two : ? f
RUSH DINNER
J That mighty grand stand perform- body was largely elected by farmers then united a Crowe and an ORDERS OUR SPECIAL

u t awe: uf Judge Kenne aHimalaya I and and a Fox and a Hawk and |
persons residing in the interior :
t Andes Mountain Landis has borne Miss Black White.
I and yet the commission had fixed or I Let us serve Remember
you. :I
'Phone
I
'. ro fruit No republican newspaperItai our number is 132
I permitted to be fixed discriminating h{>
I li ax yet nominated: him for presit .-
freight rates against: every interior The Florida voter, before Pure Food
;i &* or cnn vice I'H'siJ"nt. How Market(] Hugo Russell :
point and in favor of the seaport cit- his vote again will do some ai Prop.
; after
: all does history repeat itself _
3 ies. Let's see how correct this statement He will wish to know why h '
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tj} 11e rtmeailur I'l'allinomt>wh re -- -- -- .t...
is. We will take for the are higher today than they Pretty Claude "
pur "
unc<< ,+ It-fore that "the mountain labored /! PROFESSIONAL CARDS
\ pose of illustration the freight on au- year. He will ask pertinent Tb- editor of the News i is not disposed .1
and brought forth a Illou. t>. .
1 j'I j-; tomobiles. The freight on one of questions that cannot be to take issue with the brilliant I W. H. POWERS, M. D.
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/ these machines, say from the factoryin The shoes pinches, and he and versatile and corseted I _
Prince \\ lhdm. of Sweden, was a editor of
11' Detroit to Jacksonville is $H if to find out why it pinches.- the Tallahassee: Sun. who PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON- .1'
ft'('lIt guest at the Hotel Astor inNew ascribes to
I the party to whom it is consigned unloads cola Times.A us lack of personal beauty. 'Tis \
'I York. He beat the record in true
it or $50 if unloaded by the --- -- the editor of the Office
the giving of tips He gave the headwaiter great many state News "was notShaped Yoage Block. !1
railroad company. for sportive tricks OCALA FLORIDA J
nor {
one hundred dollars; the un- commented very favorably made:
Now serious attention l .. to court -
your please. an
amorous
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derwaiter. twenty ,dollars the bell candidacy! of our townsman looking: glassamt '
The freight on one of these machines neither T. E. BiGGS.
did his misled
/ and hall boys five and ten dollars Jackson, for railroad parents i
from the same factory in the 1 hy any budding -
tj carriage men one hunderd! dollars, Mr. Jackson, who has been a- promise of future:
same city to Ocala is One Hundredand cnrn( liltess: consider ATTORNEY AT LAW.
1 hotel employees were sorry when he senting the ninth district in Ui-KlnaIl. or Percy -
Fifty-nine Dollars! or Claude| 3
I as -
I. left. He doubled the record made senate, has resigned his tilting names: for the
In publicly calling attention to this "hra!." Law
\ Thy jest lllhW Library Baildins
by Oen. Kuroki.innator state senator.-Lakeland News. ) (, him 1'1:11n ..
i marked and manifest discrimination 1111I"' I and aehnrnish.'d| | Mm t through OCALA, FLORIDA : '

: against interior cities by the Florida all the ulI'al '
\\ K. Jackson of Citrus > years of parental
railway commission it A contemporary says that ) jllll't' guill.l : E. W. DAVIS
county has announced that he will bea I seems to us is <10 ohllll tn! devil anti all

candidate for the omce of railroad I II neither funny nor ridiculous, and the hoe of Marianna. candidate I work!. which II(. took to Iitch.ttd.' his -
fellows who gress against :Mr.: Lamar, is graft ATTORNEY
commissioner. Senator Jackson is an are compelled to pay the and grafters ,lllf, ,Ito,'s ,trying, AT LAW
to
able man and would no doubt make a freight:! we are sure do not take this made man from the -- good. Cia lilt., thII'1I,. : all. The; make -
view of it. Yet the Apalachicola Times 11Ih'sth\11 I I ,
o Gary
-hai-I Dlltl. Block.
good commies-loner. He is of a very complexion
thrifty turn also, as will be noted bya As long as those living in the interior him of wearing tan shoes. J r. never under) ,,,M.lllsIm WI111) ,"I therefore ,! OCALA- FLORIDA .

are willing to permit thee discriminations end '" '" this
> jK-rusal of the published list of leg- ; litH', an d now RD..
and condone them We hope that the Georgia: have that, you : FULLER. LDE.'TI
j*.lilt he clerks and attaches and be- they rlll"el I JlII'1Il t" t hll ,
will continue in force and the interior commission will not be so Paramount dlgim It) of "I I T.
: ,
Iteies in keeping as much of theflate's II'KIIo\ Wrttay
I
Over
cities will pay tribute to the seaport the subject of race-suicide as ('1/11111\ out. Xa)'. Munroe i Ctambas; *' B1nkOC.1.
in the family. well/
as possible
money fuse to consider cuter tin ..\ .
.-Madifron New Enterprise. cities and continue to be mere "hew- a reduction : c'olll.'h! with beauty FLORIDAJ
yoq!, lint
of berth rate of the Pullman wc11 eel o rr j f
ers wood and drawers of water.
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J Jt Atlanta Journal. mere.--1'tlatka' : ; D.D.S.DENTiST..
Newt.tlr .
$ t Tbe action of Comptroller Croom in I

refuting( to issue: warrants for the A Touch of Nature Makes Us All Kin Senator Foraker -
last week .
$ paynunt of any appropriations for The Tallahassee Sun "God is : I I. \\I H.III.I..t"N
t says ed an address at the Ohio elf (t rfNdtstlllo -

1 other than immediate current expen- love" and declares he believes that at Columbus in which he again 'il"'hl I HIIII'la}' wllh t"t'IIh'I'i! 111 01'1\1\ I HoMer Block.

Hi of the state has stopped the pro- several papers he names (the Index defiance to his political OOAU, FLORIDA ,

[ lied erection of the new buildings among them I can get together on is still furious and continues I
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t r- at the Tallahassee and Gainesville i this. Mr. L'Engle is right. He has lava -- .

,, Kbeofe. the payment of the money to heard the story of thecontending armies I .

!, the trustees of the Palmer College on the banks of the Rappahan- The Ocala Banner is like a .

and a great many other things, and nock during the civil war, and how. Florida orange or a Quincy

the only relief lies in a special} sessionof after the bands of each army had exhausted leaf-rich in good things. ,

\ the'ltgislature. which well informal themselves playing the airsso ris evidently studies well the I .

pfopl ay is imminent.-DeFuni- popular with each side, the musicians busy lives about him.-Quincy
'
ak ttrwze.Tho !. broke forth into "Home, Sweet -- Ought .l

Home." And so the other day, when I i I The man who gets mad at I Ir to Drink Red Rock

other day we were in a Pullman Mr. L'Engle made affidavit that he I r newspaper says* about him j of lhe most

coming from Quincy. On that could not appear in Tampa because turn thanks three times a ill delightfully freshing .
one
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tame train and in that same Pullman : his little boy was near death's door what the newspaper knew oft lho very few drinks drinks

was Claude L'Engle and John Gra- our hands went up. Our baby was in and suppressed.-Quincy Times.An il:!I formula ono Ilarticle that did< not ,.. R....

We trembled for a time., But ; r(uallI.lw to
ham. the same condition and our fight was --- It hruJ ht conform to OCIf r
t .
1
Ohio judge sustained a ,(,II Is
doillg.GreenviUeE''s. : t l
nothing lIud
there. was over. There is a temporary cessationof in refusing to tell her age. He y i purc. n1l1'a's will ft
hostilities on the part of the Index
be applauded. He shows that IIOCI t co.
IIt'an.nsnd! did neither know that until Claude is at himself again. JACK

the other was there We would not Lake City Index.Congressman Ian try and chivalry on the ONvn.LI!:. FX A.

only have trembled-we'd have tumbled not all gone to seed. .. 1

out of that car in a hurr '. And Burton is deliberately Rev. Robert-- --Jones- -, revivalist--

'!II by the way what business did you, putting himself in the lion's cage. He that the male citizens of

e v ordinary newspaper man have in has signified his ,
an willingness to run Ala., are better than its women. .

a Pullman car anyway?-;Pensacola for mayor of Cleveland against TomL. preachers say some"err !

Journal. Johnson. things sometimes. T
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; O O O O O 0' O 6 CLAUDIUS I I 1 Miss Conigan Returns I NOTICE I j I sessed to D.Y.. Davis, raised from i

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$
I to $300.
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j Miss Millie Conigan has for the
:J; Claudius I., of Rome was Of Increase in Assessed Valuation of West half of south half of lot *, section .
.. emperor
need a large amount of nourisheg* .past several weeks been visiting in Property for Taxes, 1911;. ; 1, township 17, ran_e : r20i

? mcnt in easily digested sickly and infirm. His supposed imbecility -; the North and East and returned j Notice is hereby given to the own- i acres, assessed to heirs of R. Bullock,
form.
gScoffs ) saved him from the crueltyof i home Saturday. Miss Conigan was ; ers or agents of the owners of the i assessed valuation raised from $100 '
hereinafter described that the i to $250.
'taking her vacation, but while in j Ilands t
.;>> Emulsion is powerful! nourishhienthighly Caligula. After Caligula's assassi- i Board of County Commissioners of Lot 6, except 10 feet past and west I

nation Claudius was found hiding ina !; New York City for two weeks coni- i Marion County, Florida at its regu-+! by 5TS feet north and south in southi .

} concentrated. 41 ? SJ i bind business with pleasure and | lar meeting held in Ocala, Marion :i west corner of section 12, township

4 I It corner of his palace, where, in !'studied all the latest creations in mil 1 County, Florida, on Wednesday, August J17. range 23-:3S; acres, assessed to
makes
bone, blood and rnuceiLlolt $fil dread, he had concealed himself. The I linery. She is connected with MissAfieck's I; 7, 1907, sitting for the purpose of Carney Investment Company assessed t

C ..:nI tax the prateorians carried him forth, proclaimed !| equalizing the assessment of taxes valuation raised from $700 to
r: any on digestion.ALL ) I millinery parlors and as a i for 1907, made the following increasesin $1500.

..A.. DRUGGISTS him emperor, and compelledhis i I result of her observations during her the valuation of the following I 2 3-4 chains north and south on

'1i' : 50c. AND $1.00. }'Il'l' recognition by the senate and stay i in the metropolis this establishment f lands to-wit: I north side of lots 7. S, section 1:,

r.J.l O<>OOOOOOIO"c.'O"/) ;) t. i many citizens who had hoped to restore -" is now receiving daily shipments Northeast quarter of northwest j township! 17, range 23-11 acres, assessed I II

the republic. His reign, at first I quarter, section 7, township 13, range I I to Carney Investment Company -
I of millinery, the like of which assessed valuation raised from
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I 21-40 assessed to A. W. P.
acres.
mild and but he
was
was just, soon
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never seen i iI Tongue, valuation increased from
A RAY OF HOPE SEEMS AHEAD I loans. The: producers in question made the tool of corrupt influences. I I Miss Affleck will shortly hold her i I $200 to $100.Southwest. I Part of lot 9 bounded north by Fra-

i He afterwards lived in retirement zier's lot, east by half section line
I were willing to put up a thirty percent fall opening, and the ladies may expect quarter of northwest I:
Large Interests and occupied his time in studying. I south by lands of Porter and Archlj -
May Move to Support quarter and 210 feet north and south
margin on the turpentine or to see the grandest assortmentof bald west by Little Lake Weir,
Turpentine Market-Financial II lie expended enormous sums in I by 420:! feet east and west in southeast i j i. sec
sixteen cents a gallon. Each of the fashionable head wear ever exhibited tion 12. township 17, range 23-12 1.!
Conditions I the famous Claudia I corner of northeast quarter of southwest i
building Aqua
Continue Tight j i acres assessed to Carney Investment i
four banks
turned down the proposition in Ocala. Watch the papers for quarter of southwest quarter, !
I which took the time of 30.000 labor- I II Company assessed valuation increased
t6c' .\\Wklj Naval Stores Review, stating that they positively the announcement. I section 7, township 13. range 21-421:? j from
$300 to $500.:
[ ers eleven years. He was poisoned. j I acres, assessed to II. W. Tate, raised
t Btu Ga. could not lock in that
Sept. i, 19u,. up money way I Lots 1 and 2 and west threefourthsof
After his death he was deified.Claudius j from $200 to $400.
Spirit,. I turpentine was 52 cents iuSsfrtfUibtT. and so become parties to augmentingthe I i STRONG POINTS IN THE ARGUMENT lot 4, section 13. township( 17, range
II. of Florida, isj East and northwest -
financial emperor quarter quarter 23-160 acres, assessed to Carne'n-
stringency, and that | AGAINST SALOONS
U ul. three years ago. It { : suffering from aggravated think-tank. i j of northeast quarter and northeast !I vestment Company. assessed valuation -
I conditions were such that the interests
did nut touch that -i lOne of his thoughts saved him from I II i I quarter of northwest quarter and west :j[ raised from $1500 to $2:>M.
price again until of everybody demanded a free Where there is no saloon there is I quarter and southeast quarter of The Board of County Commission.
.
thU week, when once more on yesterday movement to consumptive markets of I being dragged to Manatee county. After no saloon politics. The best step toward southwest quarter and southwest ers will meet on Monday the 2nd day
j I interest in the thwarting of justice quarter of southeast quarter, section I I
} of
the September 1907. for the
market ofI
was posted at that all commodities and the turning looseof I I good government is to put out ( purpose
14, township 17, 20-4SO I
had died out. Claudius came forth range acres I hearing any reasons why the valaa-
ft&urt''t:1r ago at this time it was : the money into natural channels. the saloon.
assessed to Dunnellon Phosphate I
]! tion fixed the
by board shall be
from his shell and concocted a sensation I changed. -
C2 tent: and two years ago it was I The gentleman \who gave the Review Company, raised from $600 to $SOO. j| .

ti3 1-2 emu. Spirits is accordingly I this information also stated that sim- so startling that the dickie The state will not allow1 the saloon I Northeast quarter and 'east half of j i i This 15th day of August 1907.S. !

/ 1 now waling at $5 a cask below what it ilar efforts birds forgot their morning chirp for ; northwest quarter and east half of
I at Jacksonville met witha open on election day. If it.is bad for T. SISTRUNK, Clerk. i
one successive morning. His rubbers- \ southeast quarter, section 4. township 1 ;
brought twelve months ago, and near-I similar answer: from the banks. down carried him forth and proclaimed election day, it is bad for every day. 17, range 20/ -333 acres, assessed to S-16 By II. D. Palmer, D. C. .

I ly fti task below what it was There is still hope, though, that in Dunnellon Phosphate Company, valuation i

upeuieg of September, 19u 5.; I the near future, as intimated above, him emperor. It was up to Claud- Which is worse, to sell liquor, or to increased from $500 to $3300. NOTICEIn
ius restore the state. He has a t
to
So much lu the way of comparison.Hy strong parties will get under the mar- sell some other person the right to Lots 1 to 9 and 11 to 19, Western
I scheme for building the famous Equa the County Judge's Court in and
Central .
City lots, section 17, township
way of review It can be pointed ket, regardless of supply or demand, I sell it? for Marion ..
Everglades. He is being libeled to 15, range 22, assessed to Ocala Foundry County, Florida-Exer-
oat that with the exception of a trifling and check, any further downward ten- and Machine cising Probate Jurisdiction.
Works valuation in-
| death. When he dies he will be dead
bull movement engineered by an dency. The present price is much! Do not vote to put alongside your creased from $2000:! to $5000. Whereas, an application has been ;i
I la I long time.Emperor made to this Court
by a petition filed
exporting interest for a few days In lower than anyone anticipated, and it I)'i neighbor's house or store an institu- All block 42, O. S. Ocala. assessed :
herein for
Claude has issued his letters of administration on
. edicts to the state from the tobacco
press from
$4000 to
turpentine market has been steadily I conditions will so improve that parties I I own. $6000. and for the appointment of E. C. r
fields of Gadsden to the custard Commence at southwest corner of
downward bince the season opened. ; interested heavily in naval stores Smith as administrator of the said es S
I i apple district of the 'Glades. lot "X, caldwell's ad, Ocala, north f !
On II (.t 11 the closing quotations onhtich will feel justified in undertaking sucha Is that house of yours worth more 210 feet, east 933 feet, south 210 feet, tate.Now
Last week he essayed to give the therefore, these are to cite
Friday for the past five months more. It may be that the silver for a home for your children with a west 933 feet- 4 1-2 acres, assessedto and admonish all and singular the kin-
editor lesson in eti
Independent a J. :\Meffert.. valuation increased
will be found. A glance at this shows lining to the cloud of low prices is dry town or with a wet? dred and creditors of said deceased,
quette. from $1500 to $2000. I
how the: market has steadily retrograded soon' to appear and auger better val- Commence 130 feet south of northeast to be and appear before this court at
In the first place there is no more
from the price at which it ues ahead. Ask, the first ten,mothers you meet corner, block 48, Caldwell's ad, its office in the court house in Ocala,
for him to butt in that edi-
reason on Marion Florida the ISth
Oi tued the year, 7o cents on April 1.April if they would vote for the saloon."I Ocala, west 234 feet, south 100 feet, county on
torial about Jeff Browne's gold-plated east 234 feet, north 100 feet, assessed I day of September, A. D. 1907, and :
brought a drop of five cents, HALF CROP FLORIDA ORANGES then and there to show cause, if 1
blowout than there is for a fifth to G. C. Crom valuation increased I any
May of six cents, June was markedby wheel to a dump cart. hope my city will go dry If the from $SOO to 1000. they have, why the said application

a well sustained market, with Bartow Paper Says That is About the stuff is handy, I drink it. If the sa- Lots 11 and 13, block 2. Benjamin'ssub should not be granted, or otherwise,

slight variations in quotations, July Correct EstimateAt The editorial specifically stated loon is not open, I go without." These lots 40 and 41, Caldwells: ad, the same will be granted as prayed. d
that it was a personal matter and Ocala. assessed to Mrs. L. B. McKean, Witness, Joseph Bell, County Judge
brought a fall of two cents, August of this season of the year there is that there was no need for comment words give the gist of the whole mat raised from $1200 to $2000. and the seal of the County Judge affix-

about a cent, and September's first always a great deal of speculation as by the press. It was our funeral and ter. All of, except 124 feet square in ed at Ocala, this 20th day of August,

week was marked by a slump of two northwest corner, block 54 O. S. A. D. 1S07. JOSEPH BELL
to the outcome of the orange crop. we didn't ask for any mourners, nor 8-21 County Judge.
cents. Such in brief has been the Health in the Canal Zone Ocala, assessed to J. D. McDuffy, valuation -
did we provide a carriage for Claude increased from $SOO to $1500.
abroad with their interestIng
Buyers are The high wages paid make it a
history of spirits turpentine for the I.I:ngle to ride in. But L'Engle, who mighty temptation to our young artisans Commence 12 1.2 chains north of I FOR SALE OR LEASE-SOO acres

season of 1907-OS, up to date. statements of a good crop, and all talks about the force of skilled southeast corner, section 9, township
etiquette, hopped in and to join best pine and hammock land, 200 I
Die future? The of 17, range 24 thence west 20 chains,
of prophets
What sorts plausible reasons for low workmen needed to construct the
rode at to the of under cultivation 300
our tune
expense north 3 chains acres ; acres
east 20 chains, south
have all "taken to the woods. "I felt prices. Others, perhaps, equally interested one of his picturesque picket-fence however Panama,Canal.by the Many fear are of fevers restrained and 3 chains-6 acres assessed to J. R. woods, pasture; 2 ponds water; all

confident, said one of the largest factors on the other side, predict a editorials, Brannesque in architecturewith malaria. It is the knowing ones- Joselyn, valuation increased from within one mile of railroad, situatedsix

yesterday, "that at 55; cents the a number of bay windows of hisgood those who have used Electric $100 to $500.Commence. miles north of Ocala on Mcintosh
small and between
yield, the two. I
2 1.2 chains north of
Bitters'l
bottom tad been reached, especially who thrre without this
English style. go southeast hard road at Zuber, Fla.; 25 head Jer
of northeast
the ordinary who does not safe from corner quarter
,
grower -
as the a was then some slight tendency He in ethics of etiquette knowing they are i milch and heifers 4 mules
\ slopped
: over with Electric Bitters of southeast quarter, section 9, j sey cows ,
ious influence
to improve and brokers reported keep fully up with the times on such unmindful of the fact that he on hand. Cures blood poison, too, biliousness I township 17 range 24, thence north i I 60 acres corn, 40 acres velvet beans,

consumers apparently inclined to matters, is sorely puzzled: to know wrote a pitiful letter to the editor of : weakness and all stomach, 2.50 chains, west 20 chains, south I' wagon and farming implements. Also

send in orders. But my expectationswere what to think or do. this paper some weeks ago about the liver and kidney troubles. Guaranteed assessed 2.50 chains to, O.east P.20 chains-valuation 5 acres,t tract of 20 acres, 5-room cottage, 8
Boyce,
speedily crushed and now, with "Various and widely different estimates poor support given to his Sun, and I, by Tydings & Co., druggists.50c. ; m raised from $200 to $4M. I acres wired in. On this land is a

4 the market at 52 cents, I hesitate to have been and are still being like seven kinds of a fool, went out Commence 2 chains west of a point j large deposit of limestone. Ample fora

express an opinion. At the same timeI made, on the present year's crop, and Ion I i the street and hustled; : him some PREMIUMS TO PLANTERS.Giles 15.45 chains north of southeast cor lime plant. The stone is hard and
section 9 17. 24
ner township
cannot but feel that at 55 cents or we feel that it is our duty to our read subscribers and the cash, and reach I west IS chains, north 5 chains range east, I will burn a heavy weight lime. Analysis

any price below that spirits turpentine ers to sift these estimates and furnish ed down in my 9S cents linen trousIers &. Co. Offer Prizes to Growersof IS chains south 5 chains-9 acres, assessed 93 per cent. free of phosphoric e

is a bargain that consumers them as far as can be done information and pulled up the cash and paid Sea Island Cotton.To to B. Whitman, assessed i acid. For further particulars writer t

should snap at." that can be relied on. This for a copy of the Sun to be sent to the Sea Island Cotton Growers of I valuation raised from $2 IO) to $35" call o: r C. MoLeod, Kendrick,
I Commence 9.75 chains west of
a
This factor undoubtedly expressed: we intend to do from time to time, our free reading room. :Marion county: I point 15.50 chains north of southeast : Fa.! 84dtf. .

the opinion of the factorage, trade in as the season advances."It I Talk about etiquette! Marion and adjoining counties corner, section 9. township 15, range I -

general, which is much disappointedat should be borne in mind that Claude, Emperor of Florida, we We take this method of thanking you I 24. north 9 chains. west to lake, south NOTICE.In .

the low point that has been reached last season's crop was a little less than break with thee! II, for the very liberal patronage that 9 chains east to point of beginning! !
S acres, assessed to George E. Snow, the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial -
for turpentine, although, feeling 2,730,000) boxes, and that the percentages You are so cr-r-r-uel that you are 1 you have given us for the past ten assessed valuation raised from $1000!

very much gratified that rosins have named in the various estimatesfor ridiculous.-St. Petersburg Ihdepend years. Every planter throughout the to $2000. 'I Circuit of Florida, in and for

tinned to do so well. Two large this season are based on these ent. entire section is conversant with the Ten chains north and south on : :Marion county-In Chancery.

fJ ors stated to a Review repreenta- figures fact that it has: always been our aim north side of lot 2, section 16, township i Henry L. Torian, complainant, vs.
17, range 24-22.50 acres assessed -
Ida B. Torian defendant.
,
tin" that at the close of August they I I "The Florida Orange Growers' Co. The Prohibition CampaignThe to do all in our power for the main- to H. T. Spooner, heirs of. assessed ,
Order for Constructive Service.It .
had struck trial balances for their organized at Plant City recently, foundit prohibition campaign in Dade tenance of better prices for their products valuation raised from $1250 I
toI I I is ordered that the defendant
customers, the producers and with to be the consensus of opinion of a county has opened up in earnest and that very liberal patronage you $2000.
South two-fifths of south half, of lot herein named, to-wit: Ida B. Torian,
very few exceptions found that the large number of the best informedmen discussions for and against are of have given us shows that our efforts! '
2 and north half of north three-fifths
be and she is hereby required to
results of the season's operations up in the state on the subject that daily occurrence.It have been appreciated.It I of south half of lot 2, section 16, town I' appear -
to the bill of complaint filed in
to date had been fairly satisfactory. the crop would he about 52 per cent. is singular that in discussing is our intention to continue to ship 17. range 24-17 acres, assessed :

"If turpentine would only improve. or very little over half of last year's matters of religion, politics and temperance cater for your patronage, and with I to E. J. Lytle, assessed valuation raised this cause on or before Monday, the
from $200 to $500. 7th day of October, 1907.
and rosins continue to do as well on crop. Other authorities estimate as three questions which demand this end in view we have doubled our
Commence at northwest of
corner It is further ordered that a ol
the average as they have so far high as CO per cent., but those who I serious and unimpassioned con- capacity both in buildings and machinery southwest quarter of section 21, township copy

done; said one leading: factor "the make the high estimate are generally sideration, people frequently are con and intend to use every effort 17, range4:! thence east 201 j I| this order be published once a week

season would not prove a bad one for vague and indefinite in their statements trolled by prejudice, intolerance and toward the handling the greater chains, south 20 chains, east 20\ for four (4) consecutive weeks in the
chains, south 15 chains, west 10! Ocala Banner .
publish.ed
a
as a class. There are always and judge of the crop from lim- passion. portion of the cotton grown in this :j| newspaper
producers chains, south 5 chains. west 20 chains i in said and state.
county
some who do not come out ited areas rather than from a view of Prohibition campaigns in many and adjoining counties the coming sea north 15 chains, west 10 chains, north ![
This fifth day of September 190;.
ahead, owing to bad management: or the entire field, or they are buyers places have been noted for their bit son. We are amply prepared to meet 5 chains, east 10 chains, north 3'; ,

conditions they could not and of course interested in depressing terness. all fair and legitimate prices and, if chains. west 10 chains north 10 S. T. SISTRUNK,
peculiar I' chains, except south block 2, Stanton'9 Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County
benefit
but the vast majority would prices. Let us hope this may not be true possible, give our patrons the '
control, acres, assessed to F. C. Buffum, Florida.
find the season profitable if spirits "Our deliberate conclusion based of this campaign. I of freights saved by bringing us assessed valuation raised from $1200
R. B. BULLOCK,
would soon react to some extent say upon al present obtainable Information The question is one in which many their cotton.It to $3000. I

at least to :55) or 5C cents, and rosins is that the present crop will not issues are involved, and each shouldbe is to the interest of every citizen East half of lot 6 and west half of :' !9-Cw4 Complainant's Solicitor.
lot 7, section 5, township 17, range 24
exceed the estimate of the Orange carefully weighed and consideredby that the products of this county
hold"heir own. -35 acres, assessed to T. C. Freeman, j The has
"Tho South Florida operators, or Growers' Co.-a little over half of last the voters with-whom the decision should be manufactured at home, especially assessed valuation raised from $100 navy department received

/&d..I of them at least, are the principal year's crop, or about a million and a will rest. for the reason that all mon- to $1000. I j I I a wire announcing the arrival at Hon-

some this year from conditions half boxes. With this yield, any one I The Morning News is not the organ ies kept at home in this way will be Commence 6.50 chains north and i olula of the Maryland, West Virgfnia,
sufferers 746 feet west of southeast corner of
Colorado and the
Pennsylvania
they could not control, forestfirt's can estimate as well as we can, what of either prohibitionists or anti- used for the improvement of our im- southwest quarter of southeast quarter -I armored -
cruisers which sailed from
drouth, labor troubles, dying prices will be.-Bartow Courier In prohibitionists It fully realizes that mediate section.In section 9, township 1 7, range 24,1: ,

number of their accounts formant. much may be said on both sides of order to make it more interesting west 574 feet to lake, north 3 chains : Yokohama on August 22.

trees etc., and a well, but this the question. II j( for all we have deposited with the east 574 feet, south 3 chains-3 acres,{
do not show up assessed to W. E. Fosnot, assessed )
in other Prohibition Halt Immigration? And realizing this and the Commercial Bank, of this city, moneyto I PAPER
does not apply to producers Does import'I' valuation raised from $100 to $300. I H5NDY1 j MOTH
To the Editor Ocala Banner: ance from all standpoints of cover premiums as follows, for all Commence 20 chains west of southeast t
districts.
concealing the fact that Seeing an article in the "Star" of hibition movement, the matter will be I II cotton brought us during the season: corner, section 9, township 17,1| A moth destroyer and disinfectant.

There is no interests at 4th inst., entitled "ProhibitionLaws discussed at length in these columns. For the first bale of Sea Island Cot- range 24, north 6.50 chains, west 20, Placed under carpets, or In the fold
those having the largest the i I I chains, south 6.50 chains. east 20.;. of furs and clothing, it drives away
Make have become somewhat alarmed Halt Immigration," recalled to|I without bitterness, without prejudice. I II ton, raised in this or adjoining counties chains-13 acres, assessed heirs oft i moth and worry. Twelve sheets In a

declines in tur- my mind that the same argument was i and solely with a view to plaicng as I $25.00; and for the best bale of H. T. Spooner. assessed valuation in-1! packet carriage prepaid, 10 cents;
over the recent six packets 50 cents, if druggist doe
It is understood thatit used in Georgia at the time the state concisely as may be, before its readers Sea Island Cotton, $25.00; for the creased from $300 to $500. I not have it.

r { IIt'ntine"alues.. financial condition -. measure was pending. The all argument and information pos- second best bale, $15.00; $50.00 for Block 31, Eastlake-2 1-2 acres, assessed Madigan Powder Works, Selection 809
is quite probable, if prohibition to Alex. Wynne assessed valuation -! Clarksville Iowa.
will warrant it, that some; sub- "Atlanta Georgian," one of the great sible to obtain on the subject, including -i t the largest amount brought to us from increased from $200 to $400. I

be given to secular dailes of the South, effectually the success or failure of prohibi- !' one individual planter and grown by 23 acres in northeast corner lot 1.
will soon
stantial-support still tight, and disposed of that bugaboo by compar- tion in other places and its desirability i I himself; $25.00 for the second largest section 16, township 17. range 24. assessed '
is
the market. :Money is hoped Kansas with license in Dade county.-:Miami News. amount as above; and $10.00 for the to George E. Snow. assessed I'
It prohibition
therein lies the difficulty. ing valuation raised from $1000 to $2500.
the near future there will Georgia in these words: "The population third largest amount as above. Commence 29 rods, south IS 1.4 degrees i MONTHSGUARANTEE

that in together of all interests of Georgia 'is two and one-half Lamar and ProhibitionThe We are also prepared to make liberal west of northeast corner of lot !

1* a drawing closer bring about a millions. That of the two prohibition "sickness" that prevented Bill advances to planters! who do not 1, section 17, township 17. range 24,1' -
in an effort to south S4 3-4 degrees, east 43.23 rods, I '
states Maine and Kansas, seven hun Lamar from making a prohibition ad- I care to sell until they get all their 'J : & ; Against holes. No more
7.2S rods.
3 1-4
of prices. south degrees, west
healthier state and one and one-half dress in Santa Rosa crop gathered, and to those who desire northwith darning If yew buy t
or four weeks before dred thousand county on July north 77 degrees, west to lake, .
It>way be three Kansas has to gin, we have the very best of I of : \oteproaF
of cotton will relief millions, respectively. 16th, at the request of the prohibition lake to point west commence-

the movement to some extend 127.000:! foreign born citizens, and committee, will cause him'to do some machines and can give your cotton the ment, east to point of beginning, assessed tDsiBryAIl
tension
financial Mrs. N. K. Broward, assessed
the I to
the money situation. Maine 9 ..Owhile\ Georgia has only explaining to the advocates of prohi- best preparation, which always makes valuation increased from $500 to the popular colors.

and ease up what the 12,000. Kansas entertains 40,000 Germans bition when he goes before the peopie better prices. # Fox MEN( : EgyptianCotton
exactly
As illustrating be authoritatively and 11,000 Irish, and thousandsof asking their loyal support. He For the velvet bean crop we are also -I $600.Fractional part of lot 3. section 6, light weight). Bold

money status Is, it can Savannah factor Danes, Austrians and Poles. Georgia will be called upon to give an accountof better prepared than ever to take township 17, range 24-:3 acres, as- in for boxes!2.00.of six pairs
stated that a sessed to Woodrow and Martin, raised Cotton six
3000 Germans. Kansas has his whereabouts on that day and care of our friends by getting them POI LADIES: Egyptian ;
has ticker
several wealthy producers from $200 to $400. pairs for 52.00..of fwaxtce
representing of carrying a more foreigners than any state of its the following. A sick man can't travel the very best prices. Fractional part of lot 3, section 6, with tack pair.Sold .

who were desirous in size except Connecticut Rhode Island Mr. Lamar.-Madison Recorder.Mr. Thanking you for the past very township 17, range 24-S acres, assessed

considerable quantity of spirits No comment could liberal patronage and asking a con to Mrs. Mary M. Neely, raised

1 tanks until a betterment of values and Nebraska. I II of the Yours from $100 to $400.
facts. and Mrs W. E. Bryant spent tinuance same truly,
visited four of strengthen these Fractional part lot 3, section 6, M. FISHEL
came at their request to secure PROHIBITIONIST. I Sunday and Monday at Lake Weir. I 9-6 3t GEO. GILES & CO. township 17, range 24-5 acres, as- by
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WHY PROHIBITION WILL NOT man. woman and l child l In the city or i! DEAR SAVIOR, BE MY ADVOCATE IN Hfc/WfcN iStat?: Institutions t for Higher: Educ n11

"KILL THE TOWN"A $.".
ai present expended It m"
Strong Editorial From the Pensa- cry and squalor to more than ow fr.-i i, I-I I' "
bttatla sad "tlUtinzA '
j Uy thy Md irrr in ollvn' shade. By 1M pure 'Florida Femulz College
cola Journal family, and crime and costs. In more I tut,8h lull tph'erfly University ot the
Ihllllf' aplkao
\II.i
I ThlQ w4 bloody scat; I 1
I aytuny II 1I
the
than one case, to community I
'ton8a'oJa! and Escambia' countyare lulth -
IIw
t..t i b1"
itu laid
burden on $
for the first time in their history I cite these examples simply which to Illustrate To tbat cancel sore' sin1. tremendous debt; Uy ttui a*.>.'t i tlflt.Yt"r of lour mu.i : Stutc of Ftoridu I Tallahassee, Fla.
j the size of the sum Wr
campaignand Thou Ulna of Sorrow*! Hear my prayer .wtH>i. -
of
"t Jn the midst a prohibition annually send out of tLo communityfor without Hparailul
UU Women
"Faihfr they know nut what Y A Coin-Be for
the issue Is an important as well liquor and to show that we an G.1II\e'"II'' Fla. South eml.racic.; a
in this community in off for the I H. ..r from thy throne of blisu lo; : in U.e .
one that much having
at a new worse School; J for
My r that uplifted tr-e of dame I'okiw/ of LH">raI 1 Arts, a
view of its importance and of the un- business b .re. above; feluus 'I I A high erml* lo Mfitnn! fIt- ro"rpcP of Industrial
on which thy form, midst Teachers, a School
i And oh! the child of tinners spare Scientific HnEnwng. -
with
Uftual circumstances connected If some one should propose to starta I ( offmiiK Wniry. including

It. and because I ran with greater productive! industry in Penaacolawhich In honor of thy bleed.n love! hung; ,, $ Agricultural and Pedagogical t. vrls, a school of fine arts, cul- .

Oh! may I glory In thy name. Coiim-a. piano plje organ violin voice \.,, _.
"
freedom address myself to the question would put into (circulation in 'I well equipped hbiontoritK / ..... .
And bless thee with adoring tongue. i! Strong t'linilty; elocution) and Physical Culture.
t' at Issue I am going to discard the form of wages or otherwise, $2 O.- Uy that false kia the traitor gave- j, : ; thorough Instruction 111)1 Iitbt'Ort.tkil tore A Faculty of able specialists in all -1

the customary editorial: "we" this oOO a year he would be hailed as a Those thongs with which thy bands and practical! careful Mptrvlstoti
and personally and directly By all thy pains and raging thirst. I au.l discipline. 1'tgb! moral departments. Charges for specialInstruction
morning speak benefactor: the citizens would probably were bound; the Tuition free.
to the readers of the Journal donate him a Kite for his Influa- fl y thy pure Wood tint stained tone. in Fine Arts red'ired to a
Those charges cruel as the grave, > tot '
sod ; No tuition charges to'lor.I.! New buildings! in course
en the subject of wby I believe prohibition try. and maybe give him a big bonusin From perjured witnesses around; By that 'dread cry that from thee dents. Other expenses very low. 1 of i.-inuuuui.construction. Write for Catalog.

will be a good thing for this i iI I addition, yet that Industry big an Oh! by that sentence most unjust, I! For catalogue and luforiiifltlon iui- MURPHREE,

city and county. it would be would burst, dress A JHg8 I..1-:0 U. A.
regarded, put no With which thy sinless soul was I President.
his God .
As one forsaken of ; I 1'resi.lent.THE
I am in favor of prohibition in the more money into circulation: than rinD
> By all thy tender filial love- I -:
city of I'ensacola for two reasons prohibition will keep in circulationhere. Savlor! In thy dear name I trust -
to A fcIOD.g prayer; -
-first, because of what I regard as I Th YGreat mercy I
To be advocate in Heaven. BUSINESS
my in Paradise above. SALOON AS A
the moral principle involved; and, I do not. believe in the "kill the me, BRICKSample
and thy love to share i PROPOSITION
hNtvpnd because I think it would, with town" theory Because I know bet- !I Thy presence
,: Dy that blindfolding of thee there, -
the single exception of the liquor business ter. A great well-meaning I
many CtfOopIe
That banter of thy voiceless woe; By thy triumphant shout that rung I Prior to July 1. 1900. Wyandotte
itself, make every class of busi&egg said that it would "kill the town" j
: Hii-t Price -m request.
Thy spitten cheek, and plucked o2 Across the darkenartb and sky : i j county Kansas ba5tj wide-open Sample!
better. when Moreno Jones closed the I
up hair Heaven's wide tin'The saloons, and it received in revenue : CO.
By bright gates ; BRICK
With the moral side of the question barrooms on Sunday, but It didn't. It 1 PEERLESS r
curse, tbe: buet and the blow; aanfr j I therefrom: $100,000 a )'l'ar. On July 1
I shall not at this time attemptto did reduce the Monday
morning
tlO-l By the keen scourge so fiercely plied kIn that gNat hour ut victory ; j these 13.loons"t: rt> padlocked and t.\'I )\ fiEnHf IA
deal, except: to say that while, from lice court business, it did enable a :.
I'| That ploughed thy back with of business. In Novembera -- -------
furBy that &&ag .jj jj that brwithed to went out -
my standpoint, the prohibition side ia good many wives and children to renew -,
rows red; Heaven. special election was held and Pr i This Buggy Our
the moral side, I nevertheless do not acquaintance with husband! and f r s4v -
Dear Sufferer! let that crimaoa tide soul ; wful trust.: elected on a policy of no sa
: fhy parting u y : Gray was
i
think that the prohibition! advocateshave fathers, it did destroy the crowdsof !
a monopoly of all the morality idle negroes and worthies white In healing o'er my soul be spread. Jay It in my J last hour {be gin |I loons. Prior to the closing of tl:.':,esaloons $50

i To triumph o'er siuluag tiust. I there were seventy policemen
or virtue in the community nor do I men wto hung about the barrooms ail wy II
1. By that mock-purple by thee worn !I| required. Dr. Cray: reduced the i I
think that because to :
a man happens day Sunday but !It did not "kill the
.
J 1'i in the liquor business It necessarily town." The sceptre: reed-thy hand to By that cimw-swtied ;and: guanlati';!, fol'\"' to thirty-four men and! ten renumber ,I ....

I of pollreinen was 1).. =
shame tomb, duct
follows that he is a bad man. Nor would the closing of the bar ; ;

But with the business side of thequestion rooms nev'-n days in the week Instead By that insulting crown of thorn By tay pate form m death s N(KWf: found sufficient to properly police the =:t :2;

I And the rode soldiers' mock ac- By thasti long weary hours ut jJuoat 'dty.l .
submit few -1 1I 'JThiele
t I want to a propositions i of only one day in the week : +

I that I shall from time to time "kill the town." claim; That vwii uay saa 'iijjt.'iyiwj'wows.. t !tats Na s year since tens: sal I our"Georgia" epcial top bu 1rCr, baa

i discuss at greater length as the campaign I do not know of a single business I;i By Pilate's heartless questioning, By test '!bird oiunt w.lucQ.1f t Dye :otts tsttrti ('k,1ICWd l In Kansas. Tin- I Id"t 1ran-ttiU.il. dust mud prtf j tree; co.ar!: : l lens di5ttan'e ;,
', spindles; axles 15-16": genuine leather np-
: progresses. I or Industry-except that directly coo- '! By Herod's gross indignity; teas jau! that once was full to overaow |lolstre
The stock argument against prohl- netted with the liquor' traffic-which OB! moat abused yet giorous Eing, The vanuuisowr llt DtsitJi asd H il. dtwt! :z empty, day after day 'I'With Hrwnter"double braced. n or shafts"New at.V.0 York"": tie red j*Complete< retake }

Mtlon is usually expressed in five'I wvjld not b* helped- by prohibition In 't Let me In Heaven thy glory see. jay r hold Sast rJiy !promises, vitiioat a single arrest. The !at $Th: (10.'c carry a compete line of -thcea."We ; : .
would be pleased to ha"e write us for cui
short words viz: "It will klil the' Pensacola. And oil my tears aati :sorrows quell. ,a r .t'art fc l einr run at a reduced ..fn-c illuMratwi catalog. pvrjf yua fad!! tad! ILl r-

town," meaning, of course that it will I From a strictly business standpoint By thy dread cross !upon chfte !laid. asst' ..,W jf SJ S.,tHV a year. The samesear ma will ion.I maVo. and it alo to jour our i inten-ft.special offer on this job We

hurt business. Many people who prohibition win be a good rates for And far with suffering aeeiiaess 3y aan: 'ongac; ia:. voita .*iw tJhw I ?te *Ji of The district and eons .J'Iqt drop us a postal card and ask for buggy

would otherwise be glad to see the this city and from a moral standpoint bone; stash Jnll1 vest eoart. The reduction of ca :::')I1'-

liquor business prohibited really beIlieve co raaa with a toy or girt By fainting aatar 3 transient aid. On Olive i: 'un5WYratwi: injw 3. *sj#as r m the control and man- Anderson Hardware Co.

/ this theory notwithstanding the, growing cp can aord to vote In this By woman's t-a. mid prest'y: Deiivertng 'aerrse I-Ir jac Cammuati Y. tie city is enough with 'War"hu' ?eDc-.,. -tory Deratur St.. Cc):. Mocr .

fact that prohibition never killed a : election without t.mkr'-Z twice: u to *ccrn.: T'ndl JU1tli 'a: wilint; yeuQ f-1:::hiLsawii: from the courts to more Atlanta, Ga.

town anywhere, and never hurt anyi{ what effect his actioa may have eatie By sad Goigatiia.3 h'ujrxtj.ai! !!- ow :i catl A? sun that! was taken in .. i

business outside! of the liquor test-, destiny tf ttat caild. The carte rJuu oo'ind iee :n tie By aai: n i awteYtier arrpe :::-m 'Ji* oetljwed saloon.
Governor Mathews {
ness its'-!!. In cacelaatoB let l me say hat F am ; .\.3 'ISe :i7: rurouar for.n m JLP.O1 :J.1sIs Ctr.. Ka=* s. although re-
Now that Gene Mathews of Starke
The test of the dollar aad ei-u' ter profeiatnoB n Eaenaiua. eo'inrytecans. I r slay r .*ars ':>? n. u/ut v. 3a'- +;r Tien "iaii.aa: .[ ml "1n1tn et-'n; n'1IIi_ s year from houses t

value of any business to a etn meity' : s I teDe'9' :t l a fgas. and **- ?::: ta i 3r.nzr1.; .' -:. ,-r ':;- = .a. :t T.I: ....1.Q.:): and gambling dens has built a "platform," why couldn'the

'1 Is alwayi! found in tie doBara so-i .::ti r as u su qn2Jl7 *aerrtsui&i !fit -' :.:..:- i. v -;: :TI.Il.I: : +;r'a : "'U :* ::cone: of $100,000 air get on it and run for governor _

cents which It leaves fc: :he cacrsacity. -' i it: a test" for *e:,! 'JOXKFKK fie li-: .1f: ;2. ;'!:Z ):. .,." "; "_ :'L: l. i:" !!4 : t" Dr. Gray's adniinistra- Lake City Index. :;..'

If it leaves sore rsocj !in du* ,piarcy !hu e eE. d I tu he oun- - --- -- ---- -- '.&:a frje November to April al- A :suggestion with merit in it.Mathews .
'
connosity than it ui, s ace. it a Boring tia tare* T eSa iurta.! .a- L.Ti!. r Cf CCU S. Cr. ;.;.3 if :,>v': rJa..i: 'Vts 1d1zh mrenii tie efty did cot receive a centfrits. is one of the coming men of .aj
1 ; worti tie balaaee or tie ft:! Florida-In fact he has already arrived -
sai&a&Itf.iv&tZ
ta.- eas yea low and e{erann 112ar..r. it vivre uwsra5si taJx/fL brothel or gambling denT

J a wiat it l?a.T4s m aad mat it ti7. I iiiail tiaras e innua jfca* Civleis! e4 scns '/1"/ ;Jt a C? ty1V.wad an;' vyufetearly aog* 5jr sort tu for the first time in years ; and he could stand with ease

Ui%i oar. Tt&i is x ttapte ffnblea: and grace and firmness upon that elegant -
: *s of -Jua piesnon :.a '&cul.IMT :
;Sax Co CP"'J'-invtu Sra GazrryC "a.: .,* .v" .rA :1fJliro-e "::: reded its expenditures.

i cf &?ififiac tad juhmsloa. and :s i8iIW a n"mYYay and itrase -n si. platform he recently built for- t JS
one > raraYerser3 LeeV Aftarsf 'Jt' ; er n1: ':m.: -4 Yirx W'.rhraolre -1( :vr# T. Times-Democrat.
lie v5.y: di nine at fie d- campaign -Live Oak I
test 'sy $ purposes. Dem-
pizM :a aaw* : n ate Site
arty jar .
i Gtttcatry )q y". thugs "trait v.n YM av ...aV3tf7 ,
4w bui4 Z aambia eouq The t imrw ocr t. *- i
} Man's
11fse ipm TfnrtHfig Experience
Iivw.2 \nitu part- '>>1it'.. .

t i>;Ogld oe231tr? ail awn ran if -5tnr*% an* :i* :.n Ta. ,_ '} : \7 ,a rnr.a'rr -:1(x 1'.I'IISat.1T'J' "1 mai. tell you my experience onU.

l Nom, I ui ft las s&azjoi taaz # ; Ta i Bfe wr .s-urn :M sews era.- (,111 fj. R & X. R. R. train 85 Per Cent. of Whiskey Adulterated

J' it can be ilwm tku tt B Apw ors 'za airs:: on :. flgit.or meta ranti' 4Wtw. ?*-.% i''tA&'JA1 r/j l>- Grande, Ore." From what we have heard from k.
.. :'' abprni r. '.a'b p.Al : ,ra$ *..q'afk '
.
Garb<
5tes well
vp + known
A
y -r: a
ar ;a4 I4 :$41. : wtit .
Lena fl: Ptea3aroia! a da atY 7.1) f e 7'1' dealers in whiskey I :
led
am to believe .
: r.ii .
) ..
\ +(4'r f ->Jio rtrxad19c .yer "J1') ", '.'*>*.:&* f/,4B "I wa1in th smok- '
torn but on the of user **** rte:1 18dltP. ")f that fully 85
: 'aIrif np.r
.i firot!' *i'h w>ni*' other trav.fX per cent. of the ordinary <. >i
HIV5 watt U> ntts 1 xt #4Nf :
r .: tate & great zzzzj doC&n vs. of the = ; !LX, C n. && wvxan; ..oroM tlO4 or'sue" ,, *>. ;'>1l *k"it sue of them went out I: whiskey of commerce is the-
it !!f.ntt tr tM "
v1 y. n na .r*-
: : town, it ought to be retsoBahiy ttezf iII4 1t'"f" "ie' na ,t- I : -it "V* w-:.''' ",I ,fr 'tMa 4r"4 T&T.
-;*;/: U a woman sick unto
that prohibition will not only sot ben Wby a a -SasS "*waa: :O-v.-: .f tx ":an .2\t-P rY ti-s" lent transaction and should be
-.'; 'V* -;>r-.r,' / N'm'.tf.oI\A''o1I 'Pft fIT"A '>*::. if, of*,," CM.: I at once got up pre-
.' the town but win actually help ir Tsar w ai f 4 ..tU "I} !aria tr"r'ni "If w'i'>err "rata; as,4 **>*." '/Jt. foutxi her very ill with vented.-Dr. H. W. Wiley, Chief of U.
':- .
: We are told that the liquor business It itay fcfr teas ii c.urrr r'larya ";-if.wt.ar r :.v ': "'fvP A1t .... "rlftf'fJ '/<.;'., ftr hand and arms were S. Bureau of Chemistry. '" I
; "
;
; t3Yf \I''Do 4p4 rstrtd n 'v
I j In Pen; =acoa! aggregates tl,5lJfI.IJIII) Has -.I mdM'.... T'Ustr.7" '! nnf; ( .h Al ,'1+r.- ,ran:. 'eLi< >ou could not straighten
;r.'r;.! rp" "" -it' .aa '.f (yni:{ 5),b1c with death-like
4'-1c :toto1: a look
per year. To be conservative let us ; --(" &;a ;...J1 r, ar, JWM wag.'J1".r.." )"",. ... on Cabbage Plants.
n .r, 1')1'A 'J ;." 1;4r. ekq ept w>? twTwo or three ladies were
cut it down to JI.OOO.WKJ per year. 1 I ',arrjtk "if :a'wrf tH'r., : ,j'\l''II Nt jraif ,.f It 1r'twt + "',1'nK.U.h; her and giving her whis- sno.OOO Jersey Wakefield, Flat

:. What does that one million dollars And may it a ; at 'So '::1 ,S' f xrr A" 1'- ,;,tiy v.s>j i w'*t to my suit case and got Dutch and Early Summer- t
", ,
: ::o: >1. ,.to. r.4 I ao "'S "1'Lf: ; ready October
re-present-that much more wealth That tferOs iu :,Ger. v. ..ear ;, ;,"'-..,.. ,$0'''' y.s.4.It .. '*;ft > of Chamberlain's Colic, 1 $1.25
'.. .: h -.1" Irr.r A '++?30: '(, .- -r.! 1': ChOI-1 ; per 1000. Address
I/iarrboea
as/1
added to the community?-that much What tune it sbed&es% a: the :ear -. :1a 1-tt "vf > :nrof\*:. wv+..-, >niv t-r-4. Remedy (I I T. K.
.
GODBEY
..... 'r7i! without it : & SOX,
'oft { ofl' (4f44! ;$ 75.A4h; try ,, ran to the water I \
prosperity on the tax books- And things of Ian Lggh: j t!rhCleve :_ ,' .
more ;; I :fittte7 tut A reX fry AA'1 9-13-2t I
.K. a double dose of the i
ju' metli- Waldo.
"At. t rva ,d krj""rdt"' '.f *nrlay tl9K / Fla.
that much more money in circulation -- ud Le 4 t .. 5 :;.t "Fr 'V..r?! '.. -J;f.:' !frt'x f.ttfvit a glass poured some water.t.td /
v"i s+tf8r 111 Jl'fMJf Yk. Rex 1
Does it? Or does it simply represent : L 1f'i..drr7: ?!*'$'t-7 'Vi4a7 if anti stirred it with a pencil:
simply the swapping of so dollars Perhaps you'd moan a bit yocrseif 'ntI'11 awyar r6 hr4 vrroM danxhr off ?t,'i> ( hat quite a time to get the la- Governor Folk Tells of Temperancein -
many 7
I: u.A rAaJ 11 a: 1"" .. .
who : If now and j Jt1en a whale Al2' -.r. :... 1'.J 6.a1 7trftre th i'ex diets to let me give it to fc.r, but I Missouri *;
between the Pensacolians JJ T.t:: .a: 1>11;:,, 1V" ;:' :
I: Escaping from a swordfish. 'Y; :''''1': r.",' IfI"ti! : 1t "tfl pttaa. Ool7 tirctdf-A. I could at once see theeffect "Local option and high license \
who sell
those it
buy liquor and ,, gJl ;':genean.:! r,2.r.af v'a pre"i ]
,. Should lash you with its tailPhiladelphia a fr. n.zf! a borne shied at a : and I worked with her, rubbing rails in Missouri, no liquor
without addin; one single dollar to cards The yr-r.. .lAe ;r.L femt her: hand, and in twenty minutes I being t &
m.l:i v:rT.if fallen! triage tying Inroadway sold in 39 of the 7C .
the community and without putting a i; Ledger. able or wlILa: ?. to wxlt Mxvtaor gave her another do.By this time counties. The de-
t t 'he aeroa* the the creased sale 'and
swamp
dollar's worth of property on the taxI Tuesday foliowiar_, srxvttiuraiL4iS4C! I we were almost into Le Grande, consumption of intoxicants -
/ I''The' fickle ocean woed the moon, ; Y 1.!* binj? so thick and high beside; whore I was to leave the train. I has had
books? ]I! he and his fami;> !case: TJ> \h* fe i a* a tendency to re-
: They to a parson hied, 'a* roart. rice horse, buggy, a young gave the bottle to the husband to be duce crime and criminal
If the latter proposition is true, someone's expense.We used in case another dose expenses so
i i The sound you hear is only this: man and a young lady landed out in' should be as to effect
then it follows that Pensacola is not ; II' have a state convict camp; here : needed, but by the. time the train ran a saving for the state'
I The moaning of the tied.August tb- ditch mad and The
swamp. Thejyoune
a dollar richer for having the business : ,' The laws for the care and maintn-, into Le Grande she was all right andI Sunday closing of saloons has reduced -
'!! Lippincoti's.JThus man had to secure help to received
: get the thanks of
here and if we can show that any aace of the state convicts are rigid I every paSSf'ngP.f Sunday crime CO per cent.-
i his vehicle bark: into the'road.. This i in the car." For sale by all druggists Governor
considerable portion of the money' through the cols the reasons !I II |. and should be carried out to the let- !! Folk in Cincinnati Enquirer -
i m
I I should not be so. We on the east
July C.
goes out of Pensacola it must necessarily 'I, run !I I| ter. To do this guards must be em- : I' 1907.
i ii I side of the river pay our taxes: and
follow that Pensacola is not i And rapidly grows worse j I I I ployed for the safe keeping of the we should at least have a public road Geseral Frederick D. Grant said:

only no richer for the business, but 'Hast thought perhaps the ocean moans i'convicts. Whiskey from Ocala is often : j "Moderate drinking is a practical im- Good for Biliousness"I
that could travel with
we
safety to
Is really a loser in dollars and cents i; At reading of this verse? i i: smuggled in by friends and associates ii I 1 I possibility. Drink is the greatest "I two of Chamberlain's Stom-
i our prosperous county capital. ach and Liver
because of it. ;! Buffalo Evening News. II of the guards, and sometimes I iI j We would be glad to see the Even I curse of the world, because practic- I feel fifty per Tablets cent. last better night, and

... I do not know what proportion of they drink to drunkenness, and law I ally all crimes and disasters are the have for weeks" than I
ing Star with its affable courteous,I says J. J. Firne
the retail price of liquor goes to the The reason that the ocean moans I and order is set at defiance. This i j result of it. Nearly every calamityof of Allegan Mich. "They are
brainy editor. join hands with ccitam-
\
brewer and the distiller, but putting, Unless I make mistakeIs does not apply to all our guards by \ you,; the country, barring accidents of ly a fine article for biliousness." For
I Mr. Editor and E sale :
of !
a majority the good by all
;t it dl a low estimate at least 25 percent : 'cause a lot of guff like this I any means tor we have some high > I nature are due to drink. Ninetf-five druggists. Samples free. s ft
citizens of the county and let's place| *
pttt; of the million dollars spent an- Doth make its.bosom ache. I class sober young men who bavej I I i per-eent-I will make it no lessofall Texas )
old in the "dry" column. Local Option
l nually by the retail buyers of Pensa-! -The Commoner. i been faithful, and have watched our: Marian desertions and acts of lawlessnessin by Gov. Camp-
Make her dry, and she will stay so. bell of That
State
cola goes to the wholesaler in other interest, as well as to guard and man I the army are due to drink.
I have confidence in our officers to do My Local option
r t states and to the railroad company The reason why the ocean moans age the convicts for the past two i staff, my own appointees, do prevails in Texas.
not
their duty in keeping out "blind ,
I ti- There
I Is that W13.I I are 147
one never
That that $220- counties
for freight. means years. touch a drop. They know better." In that are absolutely -
I feel !
gers. justified in
saying the
\:"- 000) Is annually sent out of the city I 'Twas just Miss Catfish trying i Two years ago we took no stock in !; prohibitive laws of the state will be i our own state prison 75 or 85 percent dry 55 are partially so. and

I for liquor. I To practice on her scales. I, the "wet" and "dry" election. We believed !I violated twice in other crimes to once i of all convictionsare the out- only 47 are totally wet. GoCamp

t.. r. Now, if on the one hand it Is conceded Martineaux.. for Ocala Banner. i with many other citizens then. I come of whiskey drinking. That bell writes
in selling spirituous liquors should the au :
that we have made nothing by I ( that the county would not be benefited gust body, the national prisan "
county go dry. con early all the
our annual swap of a million dollars i SEPTEMBER I by voting whiskey out. Now. gress, is a unit in the opinion dry territory has
"Closeup
t i Yours for
good will to all, become
between ourselves, it cannot on tb 'conditions are different. Laws have I the saloons and regulate alcoholto so since 1S93. and about 50 of ..
I R. F. ROGERS. the
other hand be denied that we have at (Written for the Ocala Banner) been enacted to thoroughly protect the lower regions where it rightly totally dry counties and many of V

least lost this $250,000 which we send I September-:yes, and now each clod the rights of the prohibition movement belongs and in six months the jails the precincts in the others have be-

out of the city for liquor, and we are i Whereon an angel-foot has trod, should the voters carry it that AUCTION SALE of be country would be almost come so since 1903. The effect has '

L therefore that much poorer becauseof Sends forth a lovely golden rod I ty and crime would be reduced emp-t'o been to greatly decrease
I way.We a
the business. I Whose head with many a graceful nod incidentally learned while in I On Tuesday, September 24, at 10 mere bagatelle." tion of intoxicants:

And what does this ?250,000 repre- Shakes off the gold upon the sod Ocala a few days ago that the saloon I O'clock A. M. the state revenue- con sid erab,_: .-.-

sent? It represents enough money to And sweet perfume sends up to God. men were going to pay poll taxes and On the above date I will sell at auction Administrator's Notice of Final Dis-I extent, and has greatly decreased the

erect a building a third larger than DAN HAMILTON HUXXICUT. qualify the irresponsible transient i at the J. J. Johnson place one charge. amount of crime in the dry counties

the Blount building to build a city Alba. Mo., Sept 1, 1907. negroes To" vote for whiskey. We are and a half miles northeast of Williston Notice is hereby given that on the I after the law has been In force long : .'

hall three times as expensive as our loth to believe any such reports. We Fla., a plantation containing 120 acres 19th day Of August A. D., 1903 enough to accomplish Ita legitimate

present one, to buy the water works Jailless and Crimeless N. Dakota personally know some of the saloon of land, 100 acres cleared and 20 acres undersigned Administrator of the, the I results. The saving In court expenses -

and make all needed improvements Counties-Gov. Burke of Ocala to be and fine estate from
men
eystem I gentlemen, timber; well Improved and In of Henry T. Spooner decrease In crime i i. belied

:., to construct anywhere from Governor Burke of North Dakota we believe they favor a white man's high state of cultivation. Also will present to the Hon. deceased, to offset the loss of :

five to ten miles of paved streets to laconically writes concerning temperance I government as strongly as we do. We horses, cattle hogs farming Implements County Judge of Marion Joseph Dell closing' the ..aloon.cnclnnaurfi, ,m

pay for the city's new sewerage system in his state: "We have had prohibition therefore, are of the opinion that household and kitchen ida my final account as county administra Flor Quirer Statement from Governor-

, or to do any one of as many different so long in North Dakota that these gentlemen would hastily resent furniture. tor of said estate. Campbell July C. 1 aOYWANTEDSecond .

things that a quarter of a mil in some counties there are no Jails. any effort on the part of any politi 9-13-2t T. H. JOHNSON' Agent Stanton Florida
September 5
lion dollars now lost to the commu- There is not much crime in the state." cians to qualify the Idle, loitering, 1907 hand
HENRY G. SPOONER bags and
1 pity would do. -Statement in Cincinnati Enquirer, loafing negro to foster upon the Miss! Jean Teague visiting r.'U- An administrator of the burlap; any quantity, anywhere. We

I This $250,000 means $10 for every July 6, 1907. white people any measure or system tires at Lady Lake for a few day. Henry T. estate of Pay freight Richmond
Spooner
F deceased. 9.6Gmtom' I nag Co.,
Ij Richmond Va,
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ROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD r! i
and 28; road to run between sections ments, and All expenses: Incurred of section 3n+t, thence east to southeas: 1: Special Road District

OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 22 on the east and 21 on the west and : by the County During Its Construc corner of section 21 ; thence north u Including balance on hand last mo.* ILGHHAHiCOKDITIOH'

Y : to extend north one-half of this, joining I Ii tion, Which Are Chargeable to It. :southeast coiner of section 4, town i Receipts. J176".l": disbursements, -

(Official.) i with the road running west from I II Building Proper ship 15. range 21, thence west to the S15W! ; balance $2tu.ll1.Building +. _, ij

Monday morning September nd..:V. I McDowell's mill and public hard road Amount of contract with M. southwest corner of section :C, town I Fund

D. 1907. I Hon. Alexander Wynne filed a petition T. Lewman & Co., build ship 15, range 2", thence south tc 1 ( Including balance on hand last mo.i Y ..
TIlt Oft:y 1\\0"" tE
.r. The Board of County Commisioners which petition was laid over I ers . :. . . .$Glao2.93:; : southwest corner of section 27. tbence I Receipts $10,77".21+ ; disbursements. CURE + ...,

met in special: session on this date for I until the next meeting of the board, Less allowance for furnishing I east to place of beginning, comprising .''| $Ht.G<| 6.93; balance. 1143.2s.:? SALT-SICK'0. trertIlfO'f1; R

the purpose of hearing complaints of.. asking the board to make the connec stone columns etc .. &;:;.00 the following sections, to-wit: 7,, Total Receipts Including Balances vavE 1wt"e1Tes1 ttllCF

persons who teat aggrieved on account I tions of the roads from the A. C. L. 8, 9. 1C 17, IS, 19 20. 21 and So, all 'I Receipts $'5.;3'U : disbursements. ; PANY FOB VUBS DISEASE+ 'VS t'OUti* sic'.OF BEST ALL H&fNf 1 *nRESICPIS C.mMarr

of the raise in taxes made by.1 I railroad depot to Xew York avenue $ I ICOS17.93 !I in township 15, range :21 ; also sec !' $24,019.26; balance 121122.:? TIICNMAN wrnri: IS AND NOT KEAJ A FOOD worms BUT nsm nci wwo.STOCKiNl v4L'iJtp. In> '

the Board at their meeting in Augustof I I thence along New York avenue to I On this amount the following pay. tions 1", 11, 12 13, 14, 15, 22 23; 2.1. I Upon request of Mr. Fort a war- OlV IT A TRiAL AND SAY VOU liMiyea'U
,
25 CENTS APATHAC.fOasAUB !
this year, in the equalization of Broadway, a public county road, and i ments have been made: I 25 26 and 27 in township 15, range rant was drawn in payment on flats a, ETAjCliUOCISTS MANUfACTURCD BY .

-" taxes. so make it a legal thoroughfare Warrant 2141 July 27, 1906.$ 7.03S.OO 2', to be known as Martel special tax I for $110. ACKERHAH: STEWART J
J
... pass-I'
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Present: John L. Edwards chair- able for traffic, as viewed by Taken up and cancelled road district. The board thereupon adjourned to .

rnna; S. H. l'yies J. M. Mathews C. It. Pyles commissioner for that dis August C, 190G. Cotton Plant Special Tax Road Dis I meet in special session on Tuesday -- -- --- ---- --

M. Turner. trict.Hon. 'I Warrant 2943, NOT. 5, 190C. .$ ,CCJ.OO. trictA the first day of October, 19')7. Go where you will over the state _

: I and you will find no town of more attractive ,
II.V.. ,
Judge Alexander Wynne appeared! Long being present, Taken up and cancelled .
I
petition having been filed before -
before the Board in the interest ofMr. called up the petition filed with the April 3, 1S07. i Fifteen cent cotton is good for the i I! or up-to-date appearancethan

George I-:. Snow and asked that I board at their meeting in August last, i Warrant 2629, April 2, 1907.$1,200.00Taken the board requesting them to create i Southern grower but how about the : DeLand. Indeed traveling men
I I and esatblish a special tax road district I say it is the prettiest town in all t
his property be reudced to the orig asking the board as a compromise up and cancelled : millions of God's poor who must wear r
i and it appearing to the board Florida with its wide shady shelled
inal assessment.: : After discussion among conflicting opinions, to grant I July 2, 1907. : cotton clothes or Buffer; from the severities I
that one-fourth of the qualified elec streets and beautiful homes shell
and consideration Of the matter by the a charter for a public road to be Warrant 750, May 7, 1907. .$ 3,700.00 of winter:? I ::
tors who pay taxes on personal and : II I i road and drives-DeLand News.
Hoard ttie request was refused. I opened and paved; and to be knownas I Taken up and cancelled I
and residents in
real property, are i _. -
the Ocala ------- -- ---- =
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and Dunnellon June 4 1907. -
The application! for hard ; '
reduction from I
said road district have signed said
$::;00.111'< to $:UO<'., upon the land described road to-wit: Beginning at a point Warrant 751, May 7, 1907. .$ 9,459.15 : +.+.**....+..................N....NNN.NN11N10'
petition the boundaries being as follows !-
as: where Ocala and Cotton Plant road Taken up and cancelled I

Commencing 2o chains west of thesoutheast crosses section line dividing sections : September 3, 1907. : corner: of Commencing section -t.at township the southeast lf:, !, i| WANT BIG CROPS THEN USE IDEAL FERTILIZER?} i

15 and 1C, township 15, south range I
corner section 9, township. south of 20 east, thence running i
range
1 i. range 2 t. north O::; chains west 20 : 20, east thence running southwest on I Total amount paid. . .23997.15 north to the southeast corner of I OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU T

an air line as near as may be: found Balance due on building. .$36,880.80 ,
cbain. south CoiiO::; :
chains east 2o : I I section 4, township 15. south of range, 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES" corn- "IRISH POTATOES"-Book on !
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practicable to a convenient crossing : Inside Furnishings and FixturesFurniture. !
chains, thirteen acres and assessed l li of the railroad thence 3711.00 I 20, east thence west to the southwest :\ plete manual on Florida crops. "Soil Seed Planting and Cultira- .
at Juliette
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(o heirs of H. T. Spooner, was grant- corner of section 2. township 15, range t tion, Effect of Fertilizers, Digging :
t t'd. from the said crossing to the town of i Vault equipment steel shelving i :
i 19, thence south to the southwest .| "FLORIDA ORANGES"-Book of and Shipping.
Dunnellon. upon suet location as maybe I cases, etc . . 2,382.53 :
Dr. Spooner appeared before the corner of section 2, township If;. :[ special interest to orange grow- "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING" .
t satisfactory to the majority of the I Electrical fixtures and fittings !
Board and asked that the folowing south of 19 east thence east to
citizens of that district with the following . . . . 1.08C.4C(; : range i : ers. special interest to pineapple J
i described property be reduced, viz: I i the point of beginning, which territory ;
provisions: That from the Window shades. . . 126.00 : growers.
10 chains north and south on north i comprises sections 4, 5, and .'. : "FLORIDA STRA WBERRIES"- 'IDEAL FERTILIZERS" Book fall
starting point above mentioned the
f suds of lot 2, section 1C township 17 I of 16, south of 2"+. ,
township range
: Owoklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cul of our different brands, analy
Cotton Plant road shall be establiSh-I Total . . . .$ 7.303.991 :
i range :21! twt>nt -t\\'o and one-half east, and sections 1 and 2 of township tivation and Fertilization. ses prices etc.
ed as a branch road, running west to Sewerage and water piping : ;
i acres assessed valuation raised from 16, south of range 19. east and sections -
1 where the Ocala and Dunnellon road, and connection. . 357.51 : i : New and revised edition of the above Just published, free for asking. .
$l!SO.IIf j to $2ui('0.00. Request for reduction 7, 8, 9, 16. 17, 18 19 20, :21, 2". : h
aforesaid is paved to that point that Well . . . . 100.00 :
refused.Mr. the Cotton Plant branch road shall I Services of Architect W. J 29 30 31 32 and 33 of township 15'1 | I
Frank Lytle appeared before south of range 20, east and sections !J !WILSON & TOOMER FERILTIZER I COMPANY I
be paved one and one-quarter milesto Chamberlain . . 1,707.00 ,
the Boards in the interest of Mr. F. 12, 13, 14, 23 24, 25, 26 35 and ;
the vicinity of St. John's church. Services of Supervising Ar- 111. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
C huffu'. "and complained of the : 36 of township 15, south of range 17.

raise made by the Board upon the And the said matter coming up for final chitect Geo. MacKay . 1,177.00 i east, to be known as the Cotton ]i ; ..............................NNNNNNMcMillan ..........
disposition and after discussionby Services of Attorney Wm.
,,' | ro|",M-ty, at Stanton, near Lake Weir I Plant special tax road district. I
a number of the parties present Mocker drawing up original [
Florida. After some discussion and A petition having been filed before II
the board granted the petition so far contract with builders I II I I
consideration by the Board it was ordered i the board, requesting them to create II
as it referred to the road as a public preparing various resolutions I
!' ) that the valuation of 52000.00IK i and establish a special tax road district -,
A road and refused the petition in so advice. etc. GOO.OO i
4 reduced to $2o0.On.ThP : < < and it appearing to the board
far as it referred to macadamizing Amount paid for buildingfor I' Bros.
I Board then adjourned until that one-fourth of the qualified electors
paving or hard rock roads. J. P. Parker county offices during
Tuesday morning at eight o'clock. who pay taxes on personal and
t Charles Veal and R. L. Martin construction of court I
real property and are residents inroad
were appointed a commission to view house, including rental of Southern Copper Works
\ said district, have signed said
1' Tuesday morning, eight o'clock. and mark out said road.A hall for court room, fall e
the boundaries being as follows -
The full Board was present and the petition asking for a public road term, 190C . . 675.00 petition

following proceedings were had: from Duunellon to Ocala. by Stokes Expense of moving out of ''I : Commencing at the southwest Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
of section St. township 17
comer
Commissioner Fort offered the following Ferry was filed and laid over until I old and into new courthouse I
20, thence north and east along :
motion: On motion it was order the next regular meeting of the board. . . . . 133.75 I I range and General Metal Workers. :
the western and northern boundarylines
t.s *>d that the contract to build three lion. E. L. Wartmann appeared be-I Services of county commis- I I
of said section thence north and I
ferry boats, for points on the Ockla- sioners and members of
fore the county commissioners and
t east along the western and northern I Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
waha river, be awarded to A. B. Moore requested an appropriation by the citizens' advisory committee -
boundary lines of sections 26 and 24. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
dimensions of said boats as follows: board of $500 to assist the Daughtersof in attendance at five
township 17. range 20, thence north wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

Two of each to be lUx3S feet and one the Confederacy in the purchase ofa special meetings called and east along; the western and northern following works .

to be Ii x36 feet the same to be built monument to be erected at this for the purpose of consid- I
Sand
boundary lines of sections 1 ,
In workiAilike manner and guaranty place. The request was granted and ering and discussing matters I
{ 4, township: 17, range 21, thence FAYETTEVILLE H. C. SAVANNAH GA
by 1-tAj.tractor not to leak, same $:;;00 appropriated for the said pur- in connection with the I ,
north along the western boundary
to be I paid for when accepted by Com- pose. construction of the courthouse JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE, ALA
line of sections 31. 27 and 22. thence

..... Bii ?iontrs Pyles and Fort, and reeHvttl -.1 The folowing persons were granted I . . . 163.00 i east along northern boundary line of

i by them, the county then pay- I permits to sell liquors: wines and beer I
section :22, township 16 range 21.
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A tag $4t'" . for each boat. Resolution in election district No .1: W. II. Ti- I Total cost. . . .73103.03
thence north along western boundary
adopted.Mr. son, Thomas: H. Keating Harry J. The court house yard not being
line of sections 14, 11. and :2.:: township
Clyatt appeared before the. Precht G. D. Hogan Carmichael & I completed can only approximate the
I 16 range 21. thence north and Ocala House Wine
Hoard, in the interest of C. E. Conner. I Son Company Ocala House Wine I cost, and I approximate the same at east along the western and northern Roonjs.)

reduction on certain I I $3000.
r't'quetting a Rooms (2)) boundary lines of section 35 township -

Iwnda in township 1C. range 2i.: .1 The following persons were granted I Bonds having been presented to the : 15 range 21, thence north and TRY OUR

The petition filed at the meeting oi permission to sell liquors wines board and approved for carrying i east along the western and north

the Board in August, asking for a | and beer in election district No. 21: I fire-arms and no objectinos having boundary lines of section 25, town.

change in the public road as indicated S. L. Carter. W. C. O'Bannon A. II. been interposed, as to the persons' north
thence along
ship 15, range 21, : OLD (1LLEGHANY
fcy plat on file, the change to begin at I Rollins. W. H. Mills B. T. Duke J.I asking for a permit the bonds were the eastern boundary line of section (

a point east of the line dividing the> L. Trotter.Mr. approved and licenses ordered issuedas I 21. thence
24, township 15, range
tkMithwet quarter of northeast quarter W. A. )Moorhead county surveyor follows: Ollie: Mordie. J. M. Mef- j west along the northern boundary: :

of io'ithwest quarter, thence west asked the board for office room fert F. H. Miller A.1.. Fort T. A. i line of sections :2i. 23 and 22. town-I PURE RYE.Put

oee-qT/ftter: of a mile, thence north in the court house. The request was I i iI Perry, Fred Strange. T. F. L. Kelly i ship 15, range 21. thence sotnh along I .

ime-quarter of a mile between the: I granted and he was allowed space in J. H. Watkins W. T. Stroman, C. C.Kemble i the western boundary line of said !

James Duffy H. C. McRae, I
of northwest treasurer's olice.Commissioner .
southeast quarter quar the the northern
following
I section 22: thence
< of north | Edwards was Elias Goolsby F. L. Grantham and I. i iI 4 full Qts
(f' ter and southwest quarter I appointed I and western boundary lines of up

I .at quarter of section 20. township a committee of one to look after W. Boring.J. I the following sections: 2S and 32

south 2". was granted. I the repair and kalsomining of the P. Phillips filed his bond as notary !
r-/ H. range I'I'I township 15. range 21. section 6, in Fancy Cartoons
and
The petition filed before the Board armory. public, with Baxter Cam I township 16. range 21 sections 12 14

in Ausust last, asking I The board thereupon adjourned until Sam H. Martin as sureties Same I
at their meeting 1 22, 28, and 32. township 16 range 20 Delivered

th<' B.ard to leave open the reestablished tomorrow morning at S o'clock. was approved. I section 6, township: 17 range 20 sec. at your
the order i 8 O'clock G. B. Parramor filed his notary ,
road as It was before Wednesday Morning. I tions 19 and 14. township 17 range

heretofore made, permitting the Mar I The board met. All members pres- bond with C. Milligan and D. E. Ici i' 19, to point where same intersectsthe Express Office
Iver as sureties. Same was approved.
few Farms to place gates across the Withlacoochee river thence up
the next ent.Mr.. R. R. Carroll appeared before The following claims for pensionswere
road was laid over until said river to point where same inter-!
Mtetiec of the Board. Mr. S. A. Haw: the board and asked its approval of approved by the board viz: sects the southern boundary of Marion For 83.20Regular

tetaff present and accepting legal nolle his bill for printing the state laws; Mrs. E. J. Cordey. Mrs. R. D. Halford I county thence along said boundary -

ef th.. Intended action of the and the bill appearing to be regular I and Mrs. Louisa S. B. Randall.: line to point of beginning.The .

I the board approved the same for payment The following soldier claims were of the J.00 J
1-tawd. from the state. I presented and approved by the board: following justices peace $ a Quart Whiskey; write for
received by fines
A communication was filed their reports showing no

the Dunnellon Phosphate Company i Commissioner Pyles: thereupon filed : J. W. Lyles, James Sims. M. Atkinson. collected or imposed during the past complete Price list

Robert D. Beck Robert Holly
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reque.U' R that the valuation placed his report of the poor farm. month: D. L. Grantham Alexander:

|nm t lands at the August meet The following parties filed bonds I E. P. T. Griggs. E. W. Agnew, A. C. Wynne, M. H. Rou, W. W. Jack-on

tug of the Board be ft1'duct'd.fti for permits to carry firearms, which i White. John H. Livingston. E. S. and T. L. Johnson. Ocala House Wine Rooms. .
i and T. B. Jester.A
Whaley
f" ,'un"IlJo-ruUnn by the Board, the said bonds were laid over until the next I The following justices of the peao::
A.I received
.*r was refused.It regular meeting of the board: S. communication was filed their reports showing fines imposed -
r.-qu. from J. O. Turnipseed justice of the I'
and S. D. :
that Thomas T. Morgan
,,'a- upon motion ordered Smith. as follows: uc ALA FLORIDA.)
at McIntosh, and the clerk requested -
the clerk I* instructed to recommend Man in. I II I peace to write Mr. Turniffseed! inregard I J. M. Barksdale fines. $9). cost

to the Comptroller, that the following The clerk thereupon filed an item- ;' I $25.16: Edgar S. Smith. fines $3.: ._. -
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statement of the cost of Marion i to the matter.
ized costs. $24.44: R. C. Dom.tass. fines I
hutch. 'It.:
Bickart I
Bluthenthall & presentedto
26.5" Chains north and south by Idrbaln county's new court house includingall i I $10, costs $5.16: J. 0. Turnipseed. : -THEMorioi -
i the board an application to sell liquors -
an.l west In southwest fixtures and attachments and all j jI i fines. $15. costs 9.3: : T. L. Johnson.
.aliI
lOt Action 25. township 17. expenses incurred by the county during -!i wines and beers in district Xo. !I fines. $.",. coats $t.;;" : Joseph;:; B...H.

rorwer. chains east and its construction, which are i: 21, and the application appearing to fines. $......i..75. cos-?.
t:5: countyj'T1ce Hardware
and r
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ran* I examined !! be in proper form, the clerk was di- I ConpqyHEA"QUARTERS
we-t! In ;:.:.u Chains north and south chargeable to it, which was :: rected to make the required notice.A $H' .5". ) )

iiilHwt. corner of section 26.wnship I by the board and ordered; published. The tax collector filed; his reitLicenses' r .
if petition was filed asking for the
< 17. range 2S. containing i (Copy.) I $l'.+25:? : polls regular. $1" .
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y | appointment as mark and brand inspector [
certificates upon Ocala Fla., April 7, 19006. extra, $7. -
all polls
that i iII.
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4 4 acres I of J. L. Starling: and it ap-
and that thetaxe" Board of I The treasurer fi1..1hi5 r"-
.1,1 'lauds' ht' cancelled Hon. W. Long Chm. pearing to the board that'the said county
which have not showing receipts and disburse- American Wire Fencing
Commissioners: port ,
.L fr the years Coun Starling is a fit and proper personto
,, itl| im-lii.llus the years which Dear Sir-Referring to our conference for ments. including balance: on hand
I
w tttwn p.i be mark and brand inspector I Sash Doors and Blinds
be allow- for last month as follows: ,
made upon request prop-
Iwt-u covering your :
risk ,a.e district No. 5. it was ordered that the !

1.41 to W pai.1 HI a valuation of $110.00 by osition to cash the court bouse warrants ,l clerk write the governor regardinghis : County School Fund Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, .

anal !n"'.".."t theivon. as required I we desire to say that we will i appointment. i Receipts. $:95.61 : di burseaa: \>nts.

the re trtuption la\\'. handle the same on a basis of six percent Martel) Special Tax Road District i $.367.4": balance. $28.21. Mill and Mining Supplies,

MrI 1 I.uffnmn appeared beforeh. ; from date of issue provided i A petition having been filed before i Road Fund .

... n.nr.1 1 an,1It'd petition asking I| that the total amount does not exceed -I: the board requesting them to create: I tliH-1 !inc: "a'..ln't? on hand last! IPO.* Turpentine Snpplies,

fur a.iu t.'.r r.w.i. described as follows: .I $44.0t"\ and that we get all warrants I. R.-rd':i i" $')i+'('.36: difburseoiems.

tit. \.1\.1: to be t"'t>nty feet wide issued on this account. II ," v Balance. 45c. Improved Farming TooIs! !0-
S. A. L.rallnaad .
and ruVii'.nR west from the Yours very truly that one-fourth of the qualified electors 1\- County Proper

to Ocala and Anthony sections hard I i MVNROE & CHAMBLISS. i who pay taxes on personal and i Including balance on hand last mo.) GET OUR PRICES

nerd to Iou a line between The above letter shows conditions : real property and are residents in I Receipts. $798.15: disbursements.
sections
57 and) :;, on the south end and rate of interest to be paid on : said road district, have signed said $79 .l.16: balance $1.09.

Jl awl) :22: on he north. advanced to the county. I petition, tbe boundaries being as follows Fine and Forfeiture Fund

tnrt. R+ a4 to. nm north from first money Itemized Statement of the Cost cf Marion I : Beginning at the northeast corner (Including balance on hand last mo.) Marion Hardware Ef
it at Companyv
dtascribea l road and intersecting corners County's New Court House In! of section 31, township 15 range Receipts, $5246.05; disbursements.: ( j

1 right awl at the adjoining 21 cluding All Fixtures and Attach-;I :21, thence north to northeast comer 54467.96; bale?N\. ' I
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A party of scientists have discovered BEST GAME OF THE YEAR, Zachary. Struck out: by Engesser:" 3. JC

Beech Nut the remains of a huge mastodon : Harris 4, Brown E. 9. Double play.

an the state of Washington. The skeleton The Soldier: Bays:: from Ft. Dade and Brown. F. and Ingram; Brown E.

Sliced Bacon is in perfect condition and measures the Ccala Team Play a Ten-In- Waller and Ingram; McCudden Brown C1401HIRCLOTHING

: seventy feet in length. The : ning Tie. F. and Ingram.

skeleton will be mounted and used i Our hats .of to Uncle Saia's soldiers !

W for exhibition purposes. From Friday's Daily. They play gool ball, and are i

'I Those who did not attend the ball ,; hard to down the same in playing ba: .:

\:1 Judge Parker denies the stories game 'on the Magnolia street diamond i as in fighting.. The artillerymen
I
that he has designs on the presidential yt-'21"ay missed the best and mosttt 0 a gentlemanly lot of fellows and :: ---.--- I

', t. .1)I '"'" -' nomination. lie says that h.- is a pleasure tot he home team to entertain 4i .
gr-- (J- I :r..i.ug: contest of the .eason. While'th i
JZI. ; never again expects to bold a publi. them. I ;
L '> trams of the South Atlantic i WakeUp.
I. office and has no desire in that direction !1 j!

/H1' I"/ \ t i but he hopes to be of some}i League are just closing the year's !i ii THE LOCAL OPTION ELECTIONIN You Juv* ken sleeping bag: enough It's very I j

; -"" f I service to his country as a private i i schedule the season seems to have i ii DELAWARE. who f gonsr to a
I of people prefer
lots
i citizen. i I just opened up with the home club. truc th'r are the

I MBfif \ i After having had to call off the game i iI Large Part of the State Will Almost regular clothing store to buy thar clashing, out "
\ the late Nelson Morristhe
The estate of
: packer is estimated to be worth I for Wednesday, on account of the Certainly Go Dry. suit buy will l not look, fit or w gar any betterf J
; Delaware has four local dis- you ,
option
f I i r V 1it about f2'M:? '(),( tricts. The last instituted thin! one you :
legislature ,
-< ;r.\I I ;] "'ved J that about one-third will go toc.ariry. Thursday and the game was wirnes=- :: i i'! j
r The Morris fortune was and gave them opportunity of. third I less money.
r
'" u1 I11 1 1 i led by a large crowd. :n which there '
.i ilt up in th<=> last forty years and! I .ucal option on the iiquor question. l and the quality (
Tutu is g:ca as it IOOKS.-.and i Hlook t: v.- base of it was laid upon army contracts II I were many ladies. The greatest: : temperance fight in thehistory It W iuve a big lin: of Clothing; !.

it'y gscd A delicious break- secured during the civil war I I A very serious and painful acci- ; of the stale is now on and it. i p cannot bs excelled no matter what you pay. V

fait C tn, cf great food: value' whole Feeding the army has always been dent occurred in the fifth inning. items likely that two, and most proi>-i

same all the year 'round. Try the, ,I a profitable business to the beef dtaliers. : :'h !lIr.. Engesser Ocala's pitcher! ,a-jly three, and possibly:: all four of,: !1 it! We have-a tot of beautiful llight i and dark gray :
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who was pitching fine ball broke hiq the districts The liq-1 1 I
BeN'jtM: -it's different .Miami News. may go dry. selling for
i I !left arm. He was delivering one of : uur people have already conceded!f ftt.at fI I worsted and &\\d suits which we arc 1
:
!his swift curved balls, requiring a : I for $1:>.00 and
!. Some of the newspapers say the two lower counties, Kent and j $J0.50; these suits sil everywhere ai

0. K. GROCERYCLARK I that Hon. S. R. Mallary, of Pensacula] I sudden jerk of tbe arm. He deliv-i i! Sussex:: will vote saloons oui. and thai :! if have blue serge suits at $10.50, i id
but i wild. the SI8.0veal)
is now dubbed the "silent candidate." red the ball : went i in ail probability rural Newcastle)! )

BROS., Props., Ocala, Fla. I He has been thus breveted becausehis result of the broken arm, th:> crack ; county will also dryTheF are'e ;I worth $15.00. Woolen! crash suits from $3.50 to ,

Pn...a 174. j of which was heard by many of the I their in I I t
effort trying j
admirers do not think it is nec- concentrating Good values. '
8,50.
$
-- - spectators. He was immediately ;i '
essary for him to make a canvass of to save Wilmington where they1 ,
t'.a'i'i- .-...1! Tanks* he's fuany.Pttbix brought to town in an automobile j : I
the state or say anything throughthe where Dr. Smith set the broken mem i think they have a fighting chance ;o', / W are cbsh: ? out: all l our sumisr dress goods U
newspapers, as his election is a l win. i I
J : brhuobi a{e now being open- ber. to the time of the accident in line.OCALA'S .
Up i
foregone conclusion. But his friends I iI This local option proposition was':: .1: ,:'))t. Special price every

ein all pans of the state. need not be too sanguine, for primary he was pitching splendid ball. I srenuoulcomoatte btIl liquor i I

The game started with Ocala at the element in the but the; I:1 !
elections. like the verdict of peti I legislature :i The Boston Store
!lire' i U one big thing the average juries, are uncertain things. bat. After Jewett went out on fly to I assemblymen were stroLgly in $ht- :I 1 i I! I
1- Ban ecap.he; escapes pay fumi i
short Bennett reached first
tl
on majority who held that the people. '!"

tr a bet of $2 ,2UOOO. The governor of Georgia issued a ble but was quickly retired when had the right to say whether liquor 1': =- -.-- ,

labor day proclamation in which he McLin hit into a double play. The should be sold in their districts or
Bryan U preparing a speech in re-
three
soldiers made fast double playsin
from not. A Wilmington, Delaware, dia-
all to
enjoined places cease |
I. to Secretary Taft which he williti..r their toil and especially enjoined that the first four innings. The first ar- I patch to the Philadelphia North American -i ,................................$...........x..+... f j.
Ocklahoma this week. +
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all public offices be closed in com- tilleryman fanned. Then Brown. F. attributes the increase of crime i HOUSg.G.
singled to right, took second on an BIG MAIL!! ORDEij .
-the of f
Lakeland dedicated a splendid andtaaUful menoration of the day. The janitor result saloons-in recent : :. 1
out. went to third on "Big Chiefs"hit :
church building last Sun-lof the capitol read his proclamationand rears as one chief cause of the 0 .

61,. Lakeland is growing along all took the governor at his word past second and scored the first strong temperance sentiment:; of the : r

..... and locked the executive office and run of the game on Waller's two bag the: state. It says: I I i :,

went off with the key. The governor ger to left field. I "The one great factor which is ; D. HOGAN L 1

It ia said that lion. J. W. Watson, was anxious to transact some important For four innings neither side was against the wets is the increase of: i .

fit Sharma ili going to be a candidate work but was unable to do so. He able to put a man across the plate crime in Delaware in the last few I : ... ": '

fjf the state senate against Senator was shut out of his office for the whole though the home team had men on years, especially in the rural districts : *
the bases each 1 Having purchased the saloon property formerly + 1\'
1tMboa. day. in inning. They were of Kent and Sussex counties, where II .,

unfortunate in hitting into double ther is a large negro populatioin. The : :: operated byV.. J. McGrath and made many improvements +.. .
The county commissioners of Or Earle is the name plays three times. In Ocala's half of crimes have I ..
Ferdinand Penny been of the most brutal :: > on same, am n-\v prepared to handle
age county have called an electionf&f i Monreo, N. Y. the fifth Pelot, J. hit for two bases I -
of a painter living at nature, particularly murders and out : mail orders with the greatest facility.;: The large variety 4
Tuesday, October Sth to decid away over the big Indian's head in
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esthetics
He belongs to the school of rageous assaults. Besides there have .
whether not center field. He was third by of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Bears, Etc., nowcarried t
or intoxicating liquors; and has put aside his pretty French put on been many shooting affrays, small I :
) I Ik-aU be cold) in that county. wife and beautiful two-year-old child Zachary's sacrifice and tallied when I race riots and petty assaults follow 1 enables me to fill the order of everyone on t

because he has met another woman Jewett worked the squeeze by bunting ing drunken brawls. .. short notice. The premises are now fitted up; especially + I

Th New York Sun wants to know wtom) he says is his affinity. A buggy down tIe first base line The attorney general's office, which : 1 for this class of the business, and your orders will : "

(I If a woman can look beautiful in a about the This tied the score but the boys I. had t
trace properly applied to deal with these criminals be filled the same day they are r-ceived and
Ufttaiag suit. If he had been at Sea from Edgemont Keys soon untied it. shipped ;
'I hour of midnight would cure this sort made an investigation of the cause of j
the first train. In 1
f 1fteae this summer he would be.i of soulless and sinful cranky wicked It was in the fifth that the unfortunate the increase of crime. In almost ev- : on your next order includeHogan's .+ '

I ItIMmed to ask the Question. We wish the good people of i accident to Engesser occurred. the showed
ness. ery case report that the ; ,
---- r Monroe knew the virtues that lie hid- Hodge was substituted. going to right i offenders had been drinking at the'! XXXX Rye :
A wt and dry election is to be and i
field
many changes were madein +
I den in a buggy trace. time the offense was committed or<: t
fwgfat in Dade county. Eleven hundred the position of the home players. directly before. I : The Best Goods on the Market : t

signatures have been obtained I Harris went into the box and pitched .},
The editor of the World Magazinesays Tbe Delaware temperance peopleare I.
.B a petition i asking the board ofGswnty fine ball for the balance of the
I : "Crockodiles, water moccasins.Seminole game. likely ;o receive great help from : : G. D. HOGAN i 4'S ",
commissioners to call an With two infield
errors, two outs and }
Indians plume hunters and those those of Maryland. In Maryland -i : ..
fifccttoo.Mr. and one hit the soldiers tallied two I .
occasional fugutives from justice. the counties which border on I.

have been for more than a hundred more. I Deleware are dry, and have been I I : Ocala Florida. : '
Bryan has not yet made his *
up Ocala be outdone i
not to sent two ,
years the principal inhabitants of the greatly annoyed by the liquor traffic : *
utrt to nominate Mr. Roosevelt for men around the bases in the SL' 1
I everglades of Florida-that vast tan-, th.1 in their neighborhood. So. they arp .
]V9ti4 *nt at the next national demoCHUtr Harris hit to third base and safe !i
gled morass which occupies almost was giving all the aid they can to clear : Oldest 1 WijisHey House in Central I Florida :
convention and Mr. Graves is I on an error. Pelor, M. fanned. Ii I Ioc
I the whole of the southern end of the that region. : .
stt alone-like Sir John Moore-in
peninsula. Now the everglades are Hodge hit safely over: second base. I J Old political antagonisits ot Ion?I ........................ ..+ ti
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U. novel movement.If Harris going to third. and scoring ..+++++++..
to be drained. Both state and national standing are no.v working harmonioutly _
later on Raysor's singlo.l Pelot. J. |
work. When for the ousting of :the
governments are at saloons.
Hon. R. Hudson Burr declines toyi'4d
was hit by pitched ball: th= 1
filling
work is than On the republican side State Treasurer
to gratify the ambition of Mr.! the great done more sev-
} J v. C. Stockton it will complicate i en million acres of the richest sugar bases. Hodge was forced out at the. Rawlins i b the it-ader of the no- !
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plate when hit the
I t.a':: ft vary much. Knowing ones I land in the world will be added to the Zachary to pitcher saiuon: advocates, and former State HARDWARE
The bal!,. was thrown to first to : Chairman Aexani! r'I.. lift 1
fat .'fever, that Mr. Burr's wounded -I productive domain of the stat Daly: a
catch chary, then Raysor also!
Ions democvrat, i
Ldaring mi"l.maywork
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'iwill be appeased.ct I
scored. !
11 AN EMPTY JAIL IN A PRQHIBI- I : in his party It t ;
I TION CITY. I Il' Uncle Sam' br.j- nanased:! : to rally m- .. R
I a :::''h'r of Herr Krupp has -- H-_. 6 -cr '
I in hn s-ven'h' avi _
---- I on'u : again: in ta' One of Mark Twain's Best i r \
gt' !htu.iiy l! a male. heir. In spite
I 1 .- '.. Dmgress, it is thought :: 'fh't:! M...ridan, Min".. Sar: recenijI :!:; eighth but in order to keep up thireputation "Nothing
.I contained the following remarkable j jas for tying thcore.. Jewen, eru-f-,"' said Mark Twain at a t.: I :Aripp business of making
and McLin !
circled th.bases
eruoai. I IAn in the "When: the luck seems most a-cain.-t!: :
C.;'', \ :-nut t-ducaiion fall off sufficiently when be to is i'I, t'mptjail in a county of more ninth, and for the third time The runs : 'is. then wehouM. : work and hope}!

1 L co't _,. to ;o to school.-Galvesi -I! than 4s. t,0 QUO inhabitants is an anomaly iu American inning for Ocala, with' discouragement I.-t l 0
; us r rur-nJt.r my :
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I experience that speaks in ela- t! one out Hodge again hit safely old friend, Henry Plumley, of Virginia FLORIDA,

.Vj English- physician says that the I quent and convincing tones of the social |I stole second and was advanced to I I City. I Come and see us when in need .,

wide sprea epidemic of appende-I conditions. that produce it. The I II third by a sacrifice, but was out atj I "Henry Plumley ran the collar factor : of anything in !
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dti, or what, may almost be considered -.I Star yesterday noted the fact that!I I the plate when Pelot, J. hit to the j }'. Times were reputed to be hard the way of

to the sherI, infield. The soldiers fared no better, with him. When his .
as an epidemic, as the disease I Jailer Wagner reported factory, which i

10 girdled' the earth, may be traced I| iff that he had no guests to entertain. I though they had runners on second was heavily insured, burned down. I Farming Implements .

to the widespread use of American j I I and opening up the house for a thorough and third bases with nobody out. I there was every indication that he ,
ventilation, went to the picnic I II Their next three batters went out onI I had the fire himself Wire
roller patent flour, particles of iron ;; set place on in order Fencing
I at Possum Creek. pop flies. It being too dark to.play to the insurance Virginia ,
tt steel, whicb is more or less mixed get money. I
Wj In the flour, being thus introduced Ii I It is a demonstration of what is further the game was called with the City was the soul of honor in Stoves Pumps

Into the intestines. !I I| claimed for the spirit and character score a tie: 5 to 5. those days. Shocked beyond words I! i. '

of our people, that none can gainsay The soldiers have good arms and I it rose en masse, siezed Henry Plum- I Guns .

The port of Galveston during the I and proves the worth of those poli-i throw accurately and bard. They ley, put a halter aroun his neck and Ammunition .. ,.
!! cies that have conduced to it. and threw out no less than three of the lynched him. ;III,
, reason of 1S9G-97 shipped 1,376,357 I Sash
Doors
tales of cotton. During the season !I which have made the inspiration of I home team at the plate. "But he did not die. The sheriff ;;

vf- 1905-06, ten years later, the ship- j i, the conduct of the court and the administration The score- arrived and cut him down in time. : Blinds
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}! of justice in this county. : He was tried and found guilty and Paint
c isents increased to 2,656,600 bales. ;!! Kelly, If 5 0 0 1 0 0 etc

The next season showed that they 1 1I 1I i The jail is empty, largely because(I Brown F., 2b .t 3 1 4 3 1 served a term in jail. .

I tai: increased to 3,891,635 bales, and i;I: those prone to law breaking have; Hale, rf 5 0 1 0 1 0 'On his release you wouldn't have In fact, everything usually i

this season it is expected that the:, been taught to respect the law, and i Berryhill, cf 501100 thought that he'd return to Virginia class carried in a first-

four million mark will be reached. j Mound!. it more .advantageous to per-i' Waller, c 5 0 4 13 4 0 } City, eh? He did though. He came Hardware Store. 3 i\

sue the better way of living. I 1 Ingram. Ib 501800 back, reopened his collar factory andd
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The Galveston News says that The Star does not believe that the j I McCudden, ss 510110 prospered. -...- \
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never since the world has been created j jI milleniuin has arrived, or is anywhere,>: Lunger, 3b 500201 "What gave him his start was th- .: -r r

has there been as many barbecues I Iud I j near due. But it does believe that I ..Brown, E. p 410052 odd advertisement with which he announced I .i

picnics as have been in Texas !i the moral sense of the whole people - his return to business amongus. KnightMaj

this year. The same may be said oft i is nourished by the exaltation of right I II Total, 43 5 8 30 14 4 Preceded by a brass band, Henry Co" Jir .iROLLffS

Florida, if all the counties have had I living, the denunciation of vice and in a great gilt chariot, burst upon our; ,

as many picnics and barbecues as I the bringing of evil doers to a strict Jewett ss & 3b 5 1 2 2 3 1 streets. He sat on a kind of a gold !

Marion has bad. It is a good Indica-.I accountability. Bennett 2b 4 0 1 2 1 2 en throne, and he held on a crimson ,. ---= t

tion. It shows that the land is flow- As :Meridan and Lauderdale coun! McLin c 3 1 1 10 3 0 cushion in his lap an old, old collar. = I

tag with milk and honey. ty, of which :Meridan is the county I I Harris,3b&p 4 1 2 3 2 1 Above the collar, on a crimson banner ,. f

= seat, have for years both been under t Pelot M., rf & If 400200 waved this inscription, in huge i iI I t!

Some of too state papers are say- prohibition, it is evident that prohibition Hodge, rf 3 0 2 0 0 0 letters of gold: '"This ia the collar I I

t f tog nice things about D. II. Mays. has not hurt that community, Engesser, p 2 0 1 0 1 1 we wore when we were lynched. It I COLLEGE I
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Should he enter the race he will be so far at least as crime conditions are Raysor, Ib 511700 saved our life. Be wise in time and ,I Offers WINTF;It P: RI;. PLA. t '

I sure of a handsome rote. Conditions ll. concerned.And Pelot J. If &: ss 412402 use no other. At all retailers, 10/ .uperlor advantages In high !;

i In Florida politics are essentially dif with it all, Meridan is probably Zachary, cf 300000 cents a piece, three for a quarter.' courses.pressloo, music, art, business, stenography grade cone g e. academy, 1x "I J

ferent from what they were in the the most prosperous city In Mississippi - Washington Star. and dome.uc science .

last campaign, and Mr. Mays' success with better business, more Total! 37 5 12 30 10 7 Most attractive, healthful and ,

his making and The Burr-Browne boom for particulars and room reUned Surrou ridings.
would depend largely upon public improvements more mon governor reserv&tions For
Fort Dade 10 0 0 2 0 110 o-ii address MI ,
a more posItives aggressive campaign ey per capita than the average city is dying a natural death it seems, J. II. IIP1N5 UN,
Ocala, 000012002
than he made before.Monti- of its size anywhere in the south. for want of proper booming. Next Ocala, Fla. or, W. Il O'XEAL' SeC' -

.,. cello News.i Pensacola Journal. i Two base hits: Pelot, X, Waller.a man!-Madison Recorder. Urlattao, 'Fla' ;jjl'Jt


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the present hour. where can a nation no doubt but that prohibition was: failed c,1

/ UNO I M PRACTICE be found of strength and progress to lessen the evils of intemper- : .

whose people could not b1 trusted to ance." i

WHAT GREAT STATESMEN AND ; regulate! their personal daily habits Writing of the effect of prohibition ThOSG H. i is
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THINKERS HAVE SAID ABOUT I for themselves. in Temple, Tex., his home) Ex-Con- ,I Keating

SUCH LEGISLATION Roger Q. Mills said: "I oppose the gressman George C. Pendleton says: 0

adoption of prohibition because it violates "I do not believe that it has improved I
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An Attack on Personal Liberty Grow a fundamental principle of free the morals of the people: on the contrary I

ing Out of Fanatical Ideas as to : governniMit" I 'believe there has been a distinct !

What Temperance Means I Drinking is i iq No Sense a Crime decadence in morals." & Company

I Sam Houston paid: "Before the Almost limitless testimony from

MEN CANNOT BE FORCED TO ABSTAIN .i evils of intemperance can be sup- men whose standing compels confidence -

BY ENACTMENT pressed by legislative enactments nat I showing the failure of prohibi-

ural laws must be repealed. To declare tion can be produced. ., ; Successors; to Strauss & Co.

..;L it to be a crime to manufacture
True Temperance is the LegitimateUse Coming nearer home, it will be recalled -

and drink wine in moderation would.in that Atlanta i.WHOLESALE i.
tried the expert!
of the Good Things of Life and ..
1 the Avoidance of Their Abuse-Pro-I, effect accuse Christ and the holy I ment in 1886, with results so disas- !' I

apostles of sinful practice. The first trous that at the next election of 1887 i
hibition Menace I
a to the Business I .
t of miracle: of our blessed Savior was the i I license was voted back overwhelmingly. } LIQUOR DEALERS t
Prosperity Any Community Trying 1 t
It-If Adopted for Georgia ; manufacture of wine out of water." I All the fruits of the experiment''!

I Jefferson Davis said: "To destroy I were bad. The growth of the city was '!
Would Kill the
Movement
Immigration -- -
individual liberty and moral respon.1, checked, trade went to other points. 'I
-The American People Like
f I sibility would be to one rents and real estate values decreased
Those cf the Rest of the World. Not
Cc'vmced' That Drinking is Sinning -I evil by the substitution of another'l taxes went higher. crime, drunk- Ocala Florida'

i I The convivial use of nness and disorder increased, and !
-Fanatical Reformers Have : I
the 1 occurrence of drunkenness has ; discord and bitterness divided the!
No Right to Chain the Opinions of S
I become less frequent within the last people. Some idea of the unpopularity !
Others as to What Temperance i I RYE WHISKEY. CASE WHISKEY.
Means. twenty y ars than it was before. The of the measure in Atlanta may be i Per Gallon. SPECIAL 1 FOUR

I' rearms influence of eduction and I[gained from the following import of an i Star Ry- . .Jl.- Per QL Sortie.
. The question of prohibition involves :! I Red RUCK Rye : : ::. ::. :: : 1.fccile .
I I| Christianity may be credited! with anri-prohibition meeting taken from | QUART OFFER Belle Isle . . .. .{ ..5.
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an Inquiry as to whether local option I' fir} Line . . . :y! ')" "
; I' this result. Why not allow these the .\t'anta Constitution! : i : Isle . .. "- .. .. ::.ad King of Kentucky ... .. .73

; or any form of prohibition is founded blessed hand-maidens of virtue and I I "'!1.P grandest and most enthusiastic i i Lug Cabin . . . .. 3.,)+" FOR 5' 'O Uncle Joe .. . H' ... 1.00
on right principles accomplishes its I K<:il.trrg's: Pride . .. . 3..:"} Strauss Royal Reserve .. .. LOt
morality to continue unembarrassed crowd ever assembled in Atlanta ; . . ,. .. ,
purpose diminishes or incerases in-' Min their civilizing work j filled DeGive's opera house and : C flLr: Joe . . .. . 3.50 s express Old Harvest Com .. .. 1.00
r1, temperance or otherwise does good or '! ..: . . .. ... 4.00Frn Pr->oat 4 tail quart of H.
P ;
Lord Salisbury said: "You wish to' its environs last ;nma;{e Pilgrimage . .. ... .. 1.5
harm. !4 packed night. :! Hill . . . . .. 5.00 Cascade ... .. ... .. 1.25
STRAUSS I X LFORl3 -
While its avowed object is to -!! prevent a certain number at.people :, "Ten thousand men shouted them } Sirauss'U . .. . ... ;).00 White Oak . .. ... ... ... L25 :

prevent from getting drunk. Therefore, you1! selves hoarse in indignant protest > CORN WHISKEY. Fee Kill . ... ... .. .. L50
intemperance, prohibition does I i Tennessee Corn ... ... .. .51.50 .50: Strauss' 78 . .. ... .. 1.50
Pve six
not aim its restrictions at the intemperate ask" us to prevent four. or :, against the renewed effort to wreck i N-.rtn Carolina Corn ... ... ... 1.,;> Old Oscar Pepper (not ia bond). 1.;>J

times as many who are sober consumers the city by prohibition. The march'to :a-sv.lle Cora ., . . :2.00 We will send express'Pianters' ". _' .. ... .. L50
but only at the seller. It does from having the opportunityof I the house! began at 7 o'clock. :\untaIn Corn . ... ... ::.5) prepaid full quarts otST2AUSS Black and White Scotch .. .. :2.00:
this because the number of sellers is opera i uid Harvest Corn . H_ .. 3.00 lit. Vernon .. . ... ... . 1.75 a.
free indulgence to which they havea I: and such a march has never been i : ROYAL
comparatively small. It does not I GIN.
right. Why are we to punish the I seen in Atlanta since Sherman and j .. l.5+) GIN.
dare to attack openly the buyers or Swan Gin . .. .. $ RESERVE
i iuse j: innocent in place of the guilty. The I Ii Johnson led their soldiers through ;i Tim Gin . .. .. .. 1.75 Per QL Eo t tI e.

\ l, '-ause: of th.eir great numbersand !| rich who possess or who can possess the city.! Ii Holland: Gin. . . ... . :.!tJ FOR 53.50 London Dock Gin . : .3 .73
because they would resent the in- '\. Cro'vn Gin. .. . .. .. :.;>0 Ton Gin . .. .. . 1.00
wine cellars are free from the attackof Many Tried, But Few Retained Pro Perfection Gin . . ...3'10 Holland Gin ... ... .. 1.00
erfmnre. with their rights, personal Wt w ill seld 4 full : --
the prohibition reformers. It is. hibition RUM. i I qts. Phosphate Gin .. ... . 1.50

!hbenVlnd inclinations. It is content the poor. tbe working people, that the II i Perhaps the most forceful argu-: N->w England Rum .. ... ...J230Jarr.aKa. OLD Booth Tom Gin . .. .. . Lao

to mafc the seller the scapegoat over Rum . .. ... 3.09 MALT WHISKEY.
law inconveniences. This kind of ment against prohibition however is'': HARVEST COIN I ,
t whu&tshoulders the law is really BRANDY. |

aimed at the purchaser, ignoring the legislation" is absolutely of a class I found in the great number of states ;, i F.dckberry: Brandy ,.. ... .. .11.30'' The best goods: to be Duffy's Pure Malt Per. QL. Battle. .JLOOBowman's

fact that in all moral the character. which have tried and repudiated it AC-J-* Brandy . . .. .. 3. respects I I Bishop Hall (Vt.) said: "This suggests as i failure. If it had been a success ,, Peaoa Brandy ... ... .o. 3.WJCalifornia I SWEET GOODS.
seller and 1 buyer stand on equal ; : Cognac ... . .. ... :.O:) i!
-". foot'j ; what seems to me one of the !I "vuiiid: rh"y not have kept it? FOR 56.00 Per Gal
ing so far as the sale is .. I WINE. Peach and Honey "a" grade .$l.I -
whileit most serious objections to the prohibition ;[ All experience teaches that prohi-j Ca:awaba Wine . . .Jl.5'1Port We willsend expressptvcai.i Peach and Honey "aa" grad :.13')
It therefore
one thing
professes law. It tends to break down the :j;: biiion leads to all manner of evasions '- Wine . 0. 0" 1.5' -t rail quarts or Rock and Rye "a" grade 1.50
int ud!;; another and creates in fair yens'of in the of all feuds. becomes Blackberry W.ieSherry : . . . !." Rock and Rye "aa" grade 200
minds sense of injustice. The man. obligation case ,: and builds up Perjury Wine . . . 1" .> STFAUSS( FAMOUS Orange'" Bran-iy: 0 3.0:)+
i I ;aw. human or divined common. Wherever local op- Irr.oorted pW::: . . 4. "' Banana Brandy . . . 3.0'
who has bought cannot bring his con- I : 76" RYE .
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Man's Laws Ir ni Sherry w.r.- \priect Brandy 3.130rhos.
Men Not Saved by i[ tit n exists are ftumd lawless persons ;port 0" "
s-rienre to declare the seller a criminal I .. '
Francis Murphy the great temperance who sell to any and everybody not k

by the act of selling while he by i|! worker, says: "If Moss could.1: respecting minority or other condi-

rife act (of buying, is innocent. To :: have saved by law he would have tions. The with
i :t i courts are loafed

his extent, therefore. prohibition isj!i i j.i been the Christ there would have ;':, prosecutions. There are few convic- :,z H. Keating & Co.Ocala }

not honest b.4n no need for another Savior j:|: dons and the expense is very large. i i .

But aside from this is prohibition ,1. Now, remember that Christ never i I 1 Under the license system the young''i

right and justifiable in principle Is with the city mar. : will be 'int
went after a man man under age protecte-i. i iwhere i

torce the best means of making men with the of God. You local carries Florida
shal. but grace ;; option every evasion .
temperate and moral? Is it right to,; God and the !
| must hithe grace of ;: and subterfuge will be resorted )

mierfr-re with the personal liberty of :. love of your kind in your heart. I am j i ii i to and where the party is pursuing

a lar;:x; !body of citizens and attempt;I Ir" 1 i, not a prohibitionist or a local. option- ,:,: an illegal business he will sell to minors tJ
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tfiet NtA .VV\\ANV ,
+ n them in their private con ;: ist.I .- and all others alike.It .

mutt a4anst their will and can such ; of because of what
j I Iltell'l I Similar views weight ,I seems pertinent to inquire I

: ;-uceeed and do good the of the men" who have effect has had the Any-noan: i i la. It i, :'en.ranee: '
',I prominence I{ prohibition upon warJ. Business does nopross.tr! in ; 'rh-r? -MUl'! scon b.- .{.ad to doj likewise -

A Movement Against Peronal Liberty expressed them might be multiplied ; growth of communities: From the : so-cail! "dry" toWn. Ask the business It is or comparatively recent: urizin: j :f thy could find buyers No

Prof Lecky says: "To attempt to beyond the patience of the reader United States census reports we learn ;i! people of Americus if they! prefer It has been tried and found wanting one can point to a single city that

c'ian+! ailtilt men by law against temp- iv>r it is the concensus of opinion of bat t c' only states which have lost'1!' prohibition to proper, rpsuiation of in desired results in a number of I' has done as well under prohibition as

.. fation. to place them under a moral '11.. l"'.., minds for the past hundred population were prohibition srates the liquor traffic un.ier tile: license ]I I communities and states. It is repellant it has done under the license system

MitiluiiH is a dangerous precedent. .. years that force is not the proper( This mighr seem merely accidental ,, sysrem. ,I I|. to the ideas of personal freedom I properly administered. Savannah

w ".'!I'lo! ncy to coercfve laws: on all of or by the prevalent in this country. Drinkingwas
making man temperate it not significance
means were given Danville Va., was alsolry" at one ]i 'would be no exception to the rule.-

are- ..-. relating to intoxicating ii- moral that prohibition is wrong in moral general fact that all states. :, tim- but it i is now hWt>t" and will'! not brought in by the foreign element Tan from the Savannah News. r

'iuorin: certainly not a tendency to- : principle and that men cannot be without exception. which have adopted :1 probably continue so. Ask the real of recent years, as some fanatics -

ward liberty." made good by the policeman's club. prohibitory laws have increased ia !!'. estate people there, the owners and'! are wont to say. The early colonists Gov. Cutler of Utah on Temperance

Buckle In his History of Civiliza-j. As to the practical workings of prohibition | population less rapidly after its adop-:,i handlers of property, what the results I j brought their liquor with them Success in That State

rum in England says that laws of this .I : the experiment has been tion than before, and also by the facto of prohibition were, how property ,; and would not do without it under any I Local option and high license pre-

Unit +uniformly! increased intemper tried by many communities and the that in a majority of the states the sold rented. or remained idle during Ithe j consideration. Liquor was more abused vail, with partial prohibition in many

ancefjVrbert .} common testimony is that while it repeal was followed by an increased i 1 t period of prohibition. There is-; in its use from one hundred to two I counties. He writes:

Spencer says: "Beyond enc i diminishes the number of open places percentage of growth in population'I l less demand for property in a prohibi- ; hundred and fifty years ago. before "There has always been a strong

+u raanient: of fraud, lying, contempt !i in which liquor is sold it multiplies I that under prohibition. Among: rion town than in any other place except I the flood of foreign immigration, so- sentiment in Utah against the liquor

of law and conspicuous crookedness j the secret places and more liquor and states similarly! situated and with the ,, a cemetery. I called, had set in. than it is today. :i. traffic. The Mormon 'Church requires

multimdmous other evils were caused worse liquor is sold. and more intemperance same density of population peg square i I Maine is a prohibition state. Yet it Temperance in its broad sense pre i total abstinence on the part of its

or augmented and indirect demor- i caused than under license. mile prohibition states have shown': is wen known that in every town in I, vails now more than ever. Men realize members, and other churches are insistent -

aliza'ioii! was added to the direct inrea. The secret place! is worse than the an increase in population much smaller Maine anyone can get all the liquor that the good things of life were I I
I : upon this point. It U a foregone
(- > of the vice aimed at." I I open place because in the secret places \|[ than that of the license state. > he wants. but the towns and the state i i given to them to be used in moderation conclusion that the morals of a

Thorn-is Jefferson said: "Intemper [, : the restraint of publicity is re- 1! Political Effect of ProhibitionA get no revenue from the business. in- and not to be abused to their own !I community are improved by a decreased -

ante. cannot be extirpated by prohibior moved. pertinent comparison in this connection creasing the burdens of real est3.te.1 discredit and injury. The forefathers I sale of strong drink. The rev- i

\ !law.>: they are not consistent i I.| Bishop Clarke Rhode Island. said: is that of the dry town of In some places tbe attempt at concealment in this country of the native Americans j enues of the state are increased be- g

with sound principles of legislation. "Prohibition has been disastrous to Thomasville, Ga.. with the wet tOW"tlS' of the sale of liquor is almost i of today would have indignantly j cause temperance leads to frugalityand

All experience shows that temperance: the cause of temperance." i of Bainbridge and Valdosta on either afl.Liquor repudiated the idea of sumptuary'laws ;
I thrift, which lead to property ac- [
;like other virtues is not produced by :1 Prohibition Breeds Hypocrisy ii j side of it. In 1890 Thomasville hada : Majority I prohibiting them from buying or "
Not Responsible; for : cumulation by the citizens. -Cincinnati
lawmakers but by the influence of Bishop Neeley of Maine said: "The population of 5514 and in 19,w its manufacturing or consuming liquors.
i i
of Crimes I Enquirer Statement of Governor
,ducat>n. morality and religion." ''clubs are simply coteries of young< population had fallen to 5322. On the Prohibition Will Kill Immigration
. Cutler. July 6, 1907.BELLEVIEW.
has high license a
Mississippi a
Samuel J. Tilden said: "It is no men who call themselves clubs and other hand Bainbridge had a popula- : to-j I z
I tal of J2SOO for a saloon. Probably i Temperance is the legitimate use
part of the duty of the state to coerce !I get together and have their bottles j tion in 1S90 of 1663 and and this had
of the good things of life. A reason-
there are only a dozen cities and ITEMS
'he Individual man. Prohibition leavesno in their closets. I am sure these grown in 1900 to 2041. While"Valdos-
able restriction of the liquor trafflc
in the state with licensed bars.
towns
room for individual reason and clubs have avery bad effect in that ta had a population of 2S54 in 1390': This
Yet there is probably more liquor ; tends to promote temperance. Special Cor. Ocala Banner.
to self-cul who drank at all 5603 in 1900. Bainbridge had.
conscience trusts nothing young men never and for and
consumed capita in Mississippi has been recognized ages The most painful accident that has
ture, and substitutes the wisdom of, previously have done so secretly in; therefore increased in the ten years per has the world
than in other state of the South. practiced. Never acknowledged happened in Belleview for some time
any
the .'.+:ate and assembly for the plan the club, as they call it: they would'not 53 per cent.. and Valdosta 93 per cent :, that drinking in itself
Liquor is abundant everywhere fur- occurred last Thursday about 9 a. m.
of moral government ordained by be seen to drink over a bar. but While Thomasville. under prohibition
, nished by clubs blind tigers. and kept was sinful If drinking is sinning When Mr. and Mrs. Pelot were turning -
\ Provi.ieu.-e. i they do it in the club rooms. had decreased about 1 per cent. of the
.. and consumed at home. then no one has been aware the corner byIr.: Trask's store
Legislation Does Not Create Virtue. Bishop Hall of Vermont said: "Pro- Recent investigation showed that
fact until the last twenty-five or thirty
Statistics from America's greatest the horse became' frightened throw
John Quincy Adams said: "Forgetnot. : hibition drives underground the mischief in 960 towns the tax rate was 52 I.:! of )
prison that of the state of Missouri years. and today the vast mass ing Mrs. Pelot from the wagon and
I pray you the right of personalfrwdum. i which it seeks to cure making per cent higher in the prohibition ; humanity fail to recognize the fact r
given in a recent number of the Mr. Pelot after her. In some way
Self-government i3 the it more diScult to deal with the than in the license towns. While the ;
the creation of the world until
From
North American Review show that Mrs. Pelot's foot was caught and
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foundation of all our political and social i'evil, and impossible to regulate the average per capita debt of the prohibition the time men have indulgedin
habits were not so muchin present badly crashed and broken in the an
intemperate
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institutions and it is by self- trade as for instance in the quality of towns was 16 per cent. more '
evidence as is generally claimed drink without considering them kle. She was removed to her home,
Kiivwna.rnt alone that the law of 1 the liquor sold. The present law leads than that of the license towns. Whilein ,
because of that fact
about one-half of the inmates havingled selves!: sinners where she suffered until Dr. Slaughter -
t emir ranee can be enforced. Seek' I believe in many cases, to heavier respect to streets, public buildings of sin
the liquor as a
temperate lives while twothirdsof Denouncing use I could come from Levon, when M
not M enfprce your brother by leis- drinking: schools etc., the license towns were
the convicts were professors of is decidedly a new wrinkle. I set the broken parts, but she has s
uu\ enactments that virtue which Justice Ladi New Hampshire (of in much lie better shape. Such a re- ,
one religion or another. This proves We are inviting immigrants to been quite restless ever since. Her
,
tie can only have by the dictates of the supreme court, said: 'For more suit might reasonably be anticipated
nothing but the absurdity of the claim Georgia from Germany and other sections many friends were greatly grieved at
{ hi own conscience and the energy than thirty years New Hampshire:: If a large amount of revenue of any
: so often put forth that drink is what of Europe. Does anybody be- her misfortune and have done all that
of his own free will. has had a prohibitory liquor law as community is taken away through the
'' leads most men into crime. II lieve they will come if it is told them loving hands could do for her com ;
Thus. F. Bayard said: "So far as stringent, as varied in its provisions :refusal' to grant license that revenue
that they'will be stopped from drinking -! fort. It is hoped that she is doing as
Standpoint '
my experience goes a well regulated as ingenious to meet every aspect must be made good by additional taxes Prohibition. From a Savannah
; ia Georgia that the manufacture I! well as could be expected and that it
system of license has provided the and deal with every metamorphosisof i ITo |I
and sale of beer, wines and whiskey will not be long before she can be
most effleient check upon the abuseof intemperance as tHe wisdom and,, It is proper to say that experience sum up the situation from the
will be stopped here and that they around again.
the liquor trafie.: In many; reaper asperience, not only of this state but:!:I' has shown. that a license placed so broad and local view point:
i: will be put to as much trouble as pos- The Baptist revival began Sunday
,;. the question is a sumptuaryone. of the whole- country could devise,i J! !high as to be prohibitory has many We have in Savannah a city teat
sible if they want to get a drink. and! ]! conducted by Rev. Rogers and Rev.
and laws attempting to establish What has been the result We all if not all. the bad results of prohibition despite the frenzied utterances of
be converted into hypocrites and assistant McLeod. It is hoped that tie meet
sumptuary regulations become inquis- know ( and this is the complaint of itself. ; some persons. does not compare on- I
law breakers. Once that factis ings will be largely attended and that
rorUl anti impossible of execution so the most ardent friends of temperance ,. Baneful Effects of Prohibition on Bus favorably with the other cities of its } I
made known to them the tide of good be accomplished.
great may
that in those communities where thevhavU and of prohibition) "it has. as a' iness '; size as to the conduct of its people. t
immigration will never set this way Miss Ella Lyles has been confinedto
l be-a enacted they have either general thing been: disobeyed disregarded When Americas. Ga.. was dry It ia : their morals or their lawfulness. It
: that is certain. her bed all the week on account of
agg, a't.l the evil or have fallen! scoffed at:' stated that it was without suficienr: has today no more bars than it had
have prohibi-- sickness. Dr. Slaughter is attendingher.
i into ech tmpt and uselessness anl: Drink Mean Spirits Under Prohibition funds to pay its police and fire departments -: twenty years ago. It has always been If Savannah should
will do the bus- Her friends hope she will soon
been rt1:)"' aled." Ex-Gov. Boies of Iowa said: "1 feel although there was probably -! a city of liberal views. of men accus- tion forced upon it it I )
immeasureable be able to get about azaia.:
DamVoorhees! said: "The Holy certain that more spirits are used as never any lack of liquor to tomed to take a bra sensible view iness of the town an i

Scripture and the history of the.a beverage in Iowa under t&e pre* night s
't church are alike without wart at |or law. U.at. ever have been or ..e.erlI !I l view'of the liquor question its ri i1e Said for fanaticism of: any: kjnd generally. So fax as I aia concerned Friday! was greatlY enjoyed
t : ': sacrifice i reafcyunder by a large crowd. Games were
license j 1 I w quid -gla ly ; 125
if the prohibitionists. And looking toY Would be outer a system. I departments baTe Seen paid o2 religious, political or social
such ditisn. Man played until a. late hoar.l .
thhistory of civilization from the am equally certain that the spirits promptly and the town has gone for- Prohibition is purely a fanatical holdings ca

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i; DoiNGS Ocala OF, Florida THE SCHOOL, Sept. 2, BOARD 1907. ;j " " " " " " ," " ," " ''''''''''''''t!:: .


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The board of public instruction in : 4 ""-9

r and for Marion county, Florida, met ,
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this the second day of September, '
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1907! in regular session with Isaac .
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Stevens, chairman, B. R. BUtch and '
C'e
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J. S. Grantham present. ..;
Minutes of last meeting were read:

r and approved. BKOW ( T .
') It was ordered that in paying the:

teachers in the special district schools i(
where the district has money ahead :' '
I", be drawn for salaries i -
that warrants |
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for the first of GROGERSI ---
on the districts part WHOLESALE --
the year for the district's part ol ti.-: ;,
I I
term.A -
letter from Mr. Errine, teacher I -
at Weirsdale, relative to allowing the I I 04
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Simpson and Cameron children to at!i I -.
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I tend his school, was read, and the s.i1perintendent i i--- .

instructed to allow the|I j < ra --...-

school.children to attend tb Weirsflale I: E : : JUST RECEIVED '" .'" S.cIJ

.. The Dallas school was allowed fif- |
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teen new school desks.
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$ Wesley Chapel school was granted I I -.... !
blackboard paint. '

William Bradley was appointed to G G ---- :......................... ,............... .......................... ...............................................t...t:
look after and act as supervisor of i .
tf ......
: the Gum Spring colored school. .
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A petition signed by a large number .. .* ----

: of the patrons of the Ocala special .. .. -0-
district was presented to the board /Sr.... : -.
asking that Geo. W. Martin be appointed ---- .. ..
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to fill the unexpired term of .
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Mr. B. A. Weathers resigned. Upon ----- .. 400El ......
... .
., motion Mr. Martin was appointed. ........ .. -.....
; Messrs. B. R. Blitch. J. S. Gran- C : .....
tham and W. D. Cam, appointed to I! : ,
--
check up the poll tax list with E. L. I --eG
Carney tax collector, reported that I
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they had checked up said books and I .
.
found that Mr. Carney had over-paid j
polls to the treasurer by $29. The :

secretary was authorized to draw i fI
4 warrant to Mr. Carney to pay back .
y; the $29.Mr. I I.
R. A. Sandifer, a trustee of the .> J
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BUtch ton school, tendered his resignation .
which was accepted, and the I : *
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patrons are hereby authorized to recommend I :
someone to fill the unexpired -

The term.election for special school district fly

at Hurricane Pond was put off I I NWPACK *

an4 called} for the first Tuesday in I I t I

April school, 1908 district' at the elections.same time as other I I

I I tt
-r A petition from the Pedro school I .... f. .....
was presented, asking the board to I I

allow the in a patrons more central to more point.the As schoolhouse the Ij j I 1 : + Let Us Have Your Orders QuidALSO { *

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patrons could not agree to what point 4. .
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they wanted It moved, the patrons --- + --

', were .asj ed to continue school at the .. .. -eJ.......
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present site and bring the matter before .
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; the board for another term.A .=E i FOR ,* & *

petition was presented to the I 4 : :
board asking that the Kendrick 4 .
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school be .
r moved to a more central .

; place but as no patrons appeared before Monte Cristo Slabs COlI
r the board the matter was deferr4 I E i tell ell tal Cubes .
ed until next meeting. C '
t
Mr. C. C. Curry presented cost of .
4 tt
4t
new Hurricane Pond school house and I i _
Vaubibber I Curve
showed that the material for the L.g 1 -0
house will cost $175.; He stated thatif .
the board will funiisb the materials
the patrons will do the work. On motion t *

I' $175; was appropriated.The I t C .. + Cut Tobacco Ip.
chairman and superintendent i
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reported that the lot for the primary I I .
department of the Ocala schooi.I I ... ._. +. +. -.
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which the trustees had been negotiat.j -.

/ jng for, and for which the county

bad made an appropriation to buy, I
cannot now be Uousht; but that the I 1C; Receiving New Goods Daily I

L I I- old$1430.baseball The lot superintendent could be bought was for in- :1I T -0


structed to purchase the baseball 6t .+ .. ......
The treasurer's report was lot.l -- .

iroved as follows: -rji., :

Balance Deceived from frDtti last l:. Ivpoi'i.37.30 k Cdrney, II''4i 4i I E I i. Just unloaded Car Ballard & Ballard's Pure Shorts and Bran, in | ._-

levy, l&OC .. .i I... ... 11U.47teeeived _
100 Ib. Sacks. Remember handle -
] from t C. L. Carney, I :i I i we j -

polls, ISOfitv. .. ... .... 110.00 I-. i
Recei<.*>',< From A. C. Croom, j t

"tasales. .. .... .... 214.06 4 4T 4
Received> : from A. C. Croom, t i I -0
t tt
tax sales. .. .. .. .... .. 103.7s; 4 4I!I I ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS -


Total receipts. .. ? .$59.61;) I i .

Disbursed during August... 567.40 :
I pa- CANNED MEATS ETC.

,j Balance.. ... .. .... .$ :S."_l t I= -- i .I !

W. D. CARN, Secretary.Lost : -- aI

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and Found I II i
Lost, between 9:30: a. m.. and noon E
i today, a bilious attack with nausea I i Prices right. Quick deliveries, Fresh Goods.Yfc need and want -
tt" and sick headache. This loss was occasioned I
by finding at Tydings &: Co's. ---
.
f-.'. drug store a Lox of Dr. King's New i orders '
Life Pills, the guaranteed cure for !: your i 0P
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biliousness malaria and jaundice"I I --0
,, 23c. m I I II I .+ ....
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1 x:. The World's Oldest Woman i I II ....... i11N 1 *F+N ++ NN + leeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeee e.eeet.eeeeeeee. ee..... t
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Mrs. L. Killcrease, who lives at i iI

I ., Pine Mills, a small village three mile I 0'y

;. ,A east of Quitman, Texas, says she is I fill- -- .
....
''T 131 years old. She claims to have
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it! been born June lo, 1776. She lives l I ---- -It9)

with her daughter, who is 97 years, I A1 BROWN & ----
\ old, and with her granddaughter who! BR
: i -- _
} is C2 :years old. It is believed that I _
i\ Mrs. Killcrease i is: the oldest person| ==
in the United States, and probably I If ttld-- 0I
i, the oldest in the world. There seems ---41

t to be no question here as to her age.
t She has what appear to be authentic OCALA
documentary proofs, which shows FLORIDA

t L that she was born in Halifax County --
North Carolina, 131 years ago. Her ---
birthplace was on the site of the present r -41


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