The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00447
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00447
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.444446rli44b44444.4444444404. 44444rL Simon Benjamin of Jacksonville have this w-'rk with her non and iaughter- MUNPVOE S CHAMBLISS .
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. . ', returned to their homes after spending in-law Mr. and Mrs..John H. Mathews'',
4 a few days in this city. at Candler. '

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1 Mr. Robert Mathews will leave Mr. John Carney who is largely interested $ tin; : you+ "1-n: account with this bank th.. I

; Sunday for New York City, where be in the development of itu- ame is seldom closed for we jive tht best fact!
y will enjoy a visit of several Carney Investment Company at La'-!..- fc
n E. iZE nl i Onl mji11i n taking in the many pleasures of weeks that Weir was among the prominent- itir-" tot\ > had l for handling: of your banking bu...inr-s. tie

J J.1 jj Sr ,I. great city. itors to our city Tuesday.Mr. \\ want new business\ itt never lose sight of tin' + i

old! Come ami l .t't' us. /rI
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i Mr. J. Newton Edwards, of Blitch- Bradford Webb of the Standard !i- >

: !I 50 Cents a Bottle i ton, is visiting his son, Mr. William Lime Company of Kendrick was'' I\

Iti in Ocala, Tuesday. Mr. Webb's ,
P Edwards. He is accompanied by par Strong. Safe. Conservative.

: : AT THE : : his young daughter, .Miss Inez Ed- ents have just returned home from an !!

4 wards. extended trip through the west including -. .. _._
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Yellowstone Park, Colorado ;i .,
'i Mr. and )[r.-. H. R. Shaw of Pt-dro i\ RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS '
Mrs. etc. and had time.
Julia Palmer, who is with her a splendid ii
I Postoffice Drug Store. t f I l were topping in Ocaa; \\"t'hlt"'day.1 .-._h- i
daughter, Mrs. T. H. Alsop writes "' ,
Mr. Slaw .\t the n guu: IJJtIlrhly nutting' of
that she is charmed with Kentucky.That Mr. Hugo Russell proprietor of the :j is a staunch friend of the
; Ocala Banner and has been its Dickison Chapter Friday. rf<'i>rembt r :;
i ii ii is a grand state and she has Pure Food Market, went down toi on
I iijoyed a delightful summer. Center Hill, in Sumter county. Tues roll long enough to entitle him to be lo, A. D. 1:111: '7. the following resolutions I

i Prescriptions Prepared Properly : : day to purchase some very fine I called a member of the "old guard." were unanimously! adopted.
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Whereas 1m-1 of :
impelled by our ;
beeves for his market. He is doing
: Ir. John Pasteur and family will
t 0r444 r A small heir has been born to >>r. Southland and loyalty to the aea i
......44................NN........... ....44 ; move to Stanton-on-Lake-Weir, where everything to give his customers good ,.
who and
and Mrs. S.V.. Petteway at their bravely nobly risked their
++...+...+.........+........................++++ I Mr.' Pasteur has recently purchased a meats. home in Dunnellon. The little fellow, lives and fortune for Southern lib- ;i'i
mercantile establishment. Their Ocala
--- friends will be sorry, to have them Fort King Dairy Changes Hands arrived Tuesday, and Wednesday his erty and independence, we, u an or- ,, j

..10 4.444.4....1...4..+ Mr. C. L. Bittinger spent Sunday leave us. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Mr. Gus Liddon baa purchased the father was in the city receiving the ganization, have on all suitable oa: 'J

with friends at Lake Weir. congratulations of his Ocala friends. sions given expression to our IOTA an l fJ
Pasteur will occupy the Pasteur home. Fort King Dairy from Mr. W. D. Cam,
reverence for our Confederate heroes
BIGGEST LINE and will hereafter have charge of the
Mr. Edwin Spencer, Jr., is visiting I The Farther Men Have to Go to Sa- and,
same. Mr. Liddon will be prepared
spending weeks in
a couple Ocala
friends at Belleview for a few days. loons the Fewer Will Go Whereas We are passing away we
to with
supply customers
and Dunnellon any
OFWATCHES attending to his business The Chicago Tribune says: "The would therefore bequeath to posterity -
interests quantity of milk or cream.
j Bostock, the animal king is making visiting friends greater the distance to tarvel, the a memorial to tell to coming gen .

preparations to winter his animalsat left Tuesday for his home at Cincinnati less the likelihood of temptation. erations "The story of the glory of t

Dixieland Park Jacksonville.Mr. Ohio. Mr. Strauss is now con Engagement of Miss Sara Harris At a distance of three full miles a saloon the men who wore the: gray." who

ducting a large over-all business in and Mr. Charles Lloyd AnnouncedMr. is not so demoralizing as when I'' fought and died for a cause that was |

} } Cincinnati and is and Mrs. Frank Harris announce I E
Decatur W. Davis, who has succeeding splendid near at hand and the average young to them the embodiment of liberty
the of their I
S ly. engagement
spent the summer in Virginia, has returned man is likely to give the subject serious and sacred rights, and though the
daughter, Sara Eizabeth, and Mr.
home and is now at Lake consideration before he traverses -{! Confederacy fell, it fell without a
Quite a number of Ocala peopleI Charles Harrison Lloyd, their mar- j
FOR Weir that territory to gratify the crav- stain, and though our brave men
went to Lake Weir yesterday after-' riage to occur at tbe Methodist church
I ings of an unwise and unwholesome I were conquered by overwhelming

Mr. Robert Kaiser, of Hastings, is noon. Among others we noted the, in this city on the evening of the thirst. Many times we hear it said numbers and resources, they have
LADIES( AND GENTLEMAN[ [ l Mr. and Mrs. sixth of November.
following and
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spending a few days at borne with that the proximity of the saloon has I achieved a name and a fame so pure

his wife and son at the Hotel de baby Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winston. Mr. little to do with the amount of liquor and illustrious that our whole country -
Bethel Gallagher. Miss Sara Davis. The audacity of some of the sa-
wt-1hF Kaiser. consumed. This is specious, but a I now re-united honors their mem- :
a; Miss Elizabeth Newsom, Mr. D. W loon people in their effort to carry little thought will convince us that ',Ory. .

Mr. James S. Norton Davis, Miss Mary Piatt and Mr. and Citrus county into the wet column is
one of St. Pe such argument is fallacious.HomeHerald. I Resolved, therefore, That having :
tersburg's Mrs. J. W. Kea and daughter. absolutely amazing. We do not be- t
progressive and well I worked assiduously to raise a fund for
lieve there is, or was any demand on f
known citizens was a visitor to Ocala this purpose we appreciate and cor-
Jack an old Italian the part of our people to call the elect -
Monday.Mrs. "Happy umbrella Engagement of Interest dially thank the honorable board of
tion on the liquor question. and had it
vender was found dead Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris are an- county commissioners of Marion

THE JEWELER. Arch Mclver is in the city fora Brooksville on Wednesday. His per not been for outsiders we would nouncing the engagement of their eldest county for their liberal appropriationof

few days. Mrs. Mclver expects to son contained his kit of tools, $18 in have been savwd all the trouble and daughter, Miss Sara Elizabeth the sum of five hundred dollars to
...1144.144 4.11.N.1N446 of the same.-Citrus
expense County
move to Ocala soon to make this city cash and a watch, which was still run Harris, to Mr. .Charles Harrison aid in this patriotic undertaking.

-- --..- -- her home. ning. The old gentleman had been Chronicle on the wet or dry election Lloyd. I Resolved, second That w. also

"* visiting Brooksville regularly for a l in that county. The news will be received with : thank the honorable board for their
.Local and PersonalSara
Mr. T. Whitesides has severed number of years. He once told a The Touch That Heals great interest, for Miss Harris is exceedingly -'favorable reply to our petition for a
his connection with the Southern Express friend here that he had rental .I
: property Is the touch of Bucklen's Arnica well known here and cor- spot on the public square on whichto

Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. Company, and is now with the in Boston, Louisville and Salisbury Salve. It's the happiest combination respondingly popular. Her brilliant I erect the Confederate monument.

Ii -- -- -- -. ice factory. N. Brooksville Cor. in l or Arnica flowers and healing balsa work as city editor of her father's pa- Resolved third. That we hereby f:

Miss Dorothy Lancaster is visiting Times-Union. s ever compounded. No matter per, the Ocala Banner has won for tender to Hon. E. Wartmann our ;A:
Miss Annie Davis came home Mon how old the: sore or ulcer is, this
Miss Una Taylor in Atlanta. "Happy Jack" was well: known all I Salve will cure it. For burns scald her both admiration and praise. Sheis sincere thanks for appearing and presenting
day from Inverness, where she spenta I
uur1>> rate, although no one t'Yt'f fits' wounds or piles it'an absolute as pleasant as she is gifted. and her our cause to the honorable |j
Mr.'illiam E. Finch, formerly of few days very pleasantly with Mrs nre. Guaranteed by Ty'lins; & ('0., society has always been much sought board of county commissioners. To |j
knew hitn: 'al name .
Horace Reeves. ilniKsri i-t 2 5c.
: : mThe
this city, spent last week visiting the after by the most delightful circles his eloquence is no doubt due the {]
Jamestown Exposition.Mr. wherever she has been. One and all hearty unanimity of the appropriation. -
Mrs. Lon Rogers and children of i
._ .. of her friends will sincerely congratulate .
Leona. near Lake City, are visitingMr. -V ", .raV \I'-- i
Archie Ingram of Jacksonvilleis I j Mr. Lloyd, for, both as a successful Resolved, fourth. That we respect
Rogers' parents, Col and Mrs. R
in the city on a visit to his parents, I young business woman. and fully request that lIon. E. L. Wart-
F. Rogers, at Lynne.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ingram. I as a popular society girl, she has mann and a member of the board of

proven very charming. county commissioners ro be appointed -

J 1r. Lovick Young of High Springs opy Miss has Jeanette returned McCredie to Ocala.of She Mican-has II fall a t the Year 1 1I | Mr. Lloyd is prominent in the: phos- by the board, co-operate with the

h'-! accepted a position with the Atlantic phate business and is very highly U. D. C. committee and with Mr. Mac-
spent the pastfew weeks with relatives -
Coast Line freight depot in this I thought of, and very much liked by Kay, the appointee of the board, in
city. in Birmingham Ala. > < I everyone. placing the monument so as to be in

Brings changes in the styles I! Miss Harris will have her sister harmony with the surroundings on the

j Mr. Cleve Williams who has spent Dr. S. H. Blitcb was called tollrooks'iIle of Footwear as well as in i Mrs W. H. Powers, as matron of honor public square.
Tuesday afternoon to see I I '
the summer visiting the Jamestown | and the maid of honor will be :Miss Resolved fifth, That a copy of these
the little son of ex-Governor and Mrs. clothing. To be up-to-date
BC Exposition and other places near I : Louise Harris. resolutions be sent to Hon J. L. Edwards -
W. S. Jennings who is quite sick. I
there has returned to Ocala. 1 I There will be in addition a prettybey chairman of the board of

> You Owe it to Your Feet I of bridesmaids. county commissioners; a copy to '
Mr. T. E. Pritchett of Candler and
Dr. and Mrs. Eaton G. Lindner of j I The wedding will be a society event Hon. E. L. Wartmann and a copy to
Dr. B. F. Usk of Connor and Dr. C.W. ''Ii
Anthony and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan: i I of much interest in Florida.-Times1 the Ocala Banner and one to the
Lindner Anthony were among I us.Ve I
to ready to
see are 1
Mayo of Summerfield spent Saturday I'' Union. Evening Star.
our prominent visitors on Monday.Mr. I
transacting business and visiting serve you to your satisfation I Ir Respectfully submitted

friends in Ocala. r I More Bad News for WattersonThe MRS E. L. CARNEY,

Simon Benjamin of Jacksonville > SHC. Dickison Chapter, U. D. C. 0

Misses Ethel and Mary Seymour, has joined his brother, Mr. Sol :i The Marion Shoe Go.J. in tbe winning second candidate Mississippi for primaryis governor -

the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. 11. II. Benjamin, of Atlanta in this city, and j an advocate of prohibition. Will PROFESSIONAL CARDS
of their brother, )lr. I I
they are guests
Seymour, left Monday afternoon for ,: ( M. MeSert D. B. Mayo.) I Mississippi promptly join Georgia in W. H. POWERS, M. D.
will at- Herman Benjamin and are here for ,
Ga., where they
LaGrange BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. i i! re-creating herself "after the dread
business ,
after their
the purpose of looking -I'1
tend hchool this winter. OCALA, FLORIDA. !j image of :Maine and Kansas?" Tell PHYSICLAND SURGEON.
interests.Mrs. ) <
t- I, i| it not in the Kentucky mint and dis-
Miss Francis Harrington, who has I .ABU lA.r J I
; tiliery belt.-New York Tribune.A Office Tonge Block.OCAU. .

4rt been at her old home in Kentucky fort Edward Hiller and daughters i| FLORIDAT.
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,, ,_. past year, has returned to Ocala, Misses Mona and Hazel Hiller, formerly I t Traveling Man's Experience"I
of this city, but now of Birmingham '
with her .
and will spend the summer must tE'Ilou my experience on E. BIGGS.

I.'isterlrs.. F. R. Bridges. Ala.. are in New York City I I an eas: bound O. R. & N. R. R. train

for a few weeks, and are guests at I I ROLLINS COLLEGEWINTER ,I from ndleton to Le Grande. Ore," ATTORNEY AT LAW.

Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and childrenand the Waldorf Astoria The marriage of I ''I writes Sam A. Garber, a well known I -
,traveling man. "I was in the smokI -
Miss Annie Atkinson who have Miss Hazel Hiller will be a brilliant I PARK, FLA. I ling department with some other travi Law Library Building. [

spent a most pleasant summer as event in Birmingham next month. i Offers superior advantages In high grade college, academy ex: i elmg men when one of them went outI OCAL.FLORIDA F

members of the Ocala colony at Sea !i pression, music, art, business, stenography and domestic science, I' into the coach and'came back and
breeze, reached home Sunday after- Mr. Frank Mathews has bought a i courses. said: 'There is a woman sick unto E. W. DAVIS.
II death in the car.: I at once got up
noon. half interest in Mr. H. W. Tucker'selectrical I Most: attractive healthful and refined surroundings. For fall and went out, found her very ill with
business. Both of these colic her hands and ATTORNEY AT LAW I
particulars and room reservations addressJ. ; cramp arms were

r Mrs. T. E. Biggs and daughter, Hel- young men are natural electriciansand I drawn up so you could not straighten
H. BRIXSOX, or, W. R. O'NE AL, Sec'y, them, and with a death-like look on Gary Block.
lice, have returned from an extended will make a thoroughly strong I I
Ocala, Fla Orlando"Fja.. her face. Two or three ladies were
visit to the Jamestown Expositionand combination. Both believe in the eftI I I I working with her and giving her whis- OCAL.FLORIDA

r with relatives at Princess Anne ficiency of advertising and will be I C I key. I went to my suit case and got f

I- Md. The other children will return heard from through the columns of I i ia bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera R. D. FULLER.DENTIST.

--,, and Diarrhoea Remedy (I never I .
understand I
home in October.Mr. the local press. They '
I travel without it), ran to the water Over Monroe & Chambliss Bank

their business and guarantee absolute I, tank put a double dose of the medicine OCALA, FLORIDAJ. J
M Fishel and son, Mas.ie, returned satisfaction: both in workmanship and -, I I into a glass, poured some water
I John M. Graham W. D. Graham
into it and stirred it with a pencil;
Tuesday from New York, prices. E. CHACE, D. D. S.
then I had quite a time to get the la-
Baltimore and other: Eastern markets. GRAHAM BROTHERS dies to let me give it to 1f.>r, but I [
During his absence Mr. Fishel purchased Hon. E. C. McLeod of Kendrick, for : succeeded. I could at once see the DENTIST.Holder .

a very large stock of goods many years a member of the boardof effect and I worked with her rubbingher

for Vrts store in this city.Mr. county commissioners of Marion i Marion County Abstract Company. hands, and in twenty minutes I Block.

\ county, and one of the political wheel- gave her another dose. By this time OCALA, FLORIDA

Richard S. Hall and family and horses of that county, was in the city I Fire Insurance where we were I was almost to leave into the Le train.Grande I,

Mr. Sam A. Rawls and family reached Saturday. Mr. McLeod was a memberof I gave the bottle to the husband to be BOARDING HOUSE.

home Monday from Gainesville, Ga. the board which built the first mile on City Property. ..' farrIs) end Fornj) Lands for Sole used in case another dose should be Location Convenient to Business t:

Mr. Hall's and Mr. Rawls families of hard road in old Marion, which ; Irjvestmerjts needed but by the time the train ran Center.
into Le Grande she was all right, and
countiesof 49 Ocklawaha
have been there and the now stands among the first No. i
: I received the thanks of every passen-
i i MRS. W. C. BULL.
gentlemen went up ten days ago for the state in this line.Gaines'il1eSIlD. I ger in the car." For sale by all drug-. -A

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rMONDAY. SEPt i 23'A' .,I

Will go down in Ocala's history as representing the opening of

""The Globe's"' 15-Pay Clearance: Sale R

And we promise vou that it shall be worthy of your remembrance, for on that day we will commence a festival of Bargains, such as you have never
before witnessed./ Every article in our Big Store marked down to prices so low that you can't help exclaiming, "This is really a sale." And that
what we want to impress on .your minds that this sale is different from any that you have ever attended. Everything will be marked in plain fi n UTes

Look for the Red Tickets A Jubilee of Bargains < e One Tremendous Gathering of Low Prices


GOODS, ETC, FROM 2c A YARD UP 98c 5 Cents 49c and 69c a Pair 49c Each


Ladies' Hose. ISc. value atLadies'Hose . .. . . U
DC) Men's Hose, black and fancyMen's . .. . ... .. < C .
23c.; value . .. . . .. .
atLadies' 1 ic
'IJ.e, best 3-.c. k"1 \ 200-Yard Spool Cotton Threat! C. P. 2"c. Hose lace lIsle. . . . . 1)C)

Children's Drawers, i in sizes up to 5, 2''),c. value at pro nC C Men's 25c. Hose at. . . . .. .. .. lieHie

Ready-made Bed Sheets, full size. .. .. . ))c 2 c SPOOL Best :35c. Lace Hose . . . .. . . l !
0-4 Brown Sheeting, per yard... ... ... . :22c: Me-n's Linen Collars all sizes:; C for. . . . :!;C t .

Cmldren's Hose{ Supporters.. '". .. .. .. ... A t". Ladies' Black Satin Waists a:. .. . . . 89c Pillow Cases:: .. .. . ... ... .. ... ... ... .. lOc
Yard-wide Yellow Homespun at yard .... ... .. (rc. Riverside Plaids, lOc. value.'C: 25c. Baby Caps. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. He
Ladies' White Handkerchiefs eacn ... ........ .. :2cJlc 2uu fine Turkish Wash Rags at.. . ... .. ... 1 e hildren's Lace Hose seconds pair. . . .. ocT'.lc
Ladies' Black and \VLite Sailors, 50c. value .. ... : Ladies' Short Kimonas, worth 50c., at. .. . . 2.c $I Nickeled Watches at... .. .. . . .. !
:;inch Cambric, value 12c., at.. .. ... ... ..... lOc() Ladies' Stock Collars at. . ... .. ... ... ... .. !lc) Paper Adamantine Pins. . ... .. .... ... I c
Paper Gold.Eyedeedles.. ... ... ... .. ... 1 Mermen's Talcum ... .. ...
'" e Powder box 25c size. 1jc( l'' c. Talcum Powder at Loi . .... ... ... .. 4c

:Sri.J :Men's a Youths' 3-piece Su'ts, in black, blue ,
loO Men's Shirts .
: i2;: Ladies' Black Oxfords, $1.5tt"alue' !f'c
and plaids and stripes, $7 value $3.H,. )\ 200 Men's 6 Jc. and $1 Shirts ::1Hc) Men's $3.30 Oxfords black and $:2 H
All our $3 Suits to go $- 0,_ 2<.M) pair Men's Hose, 10' k. dt.t' 4c DrtssG1!! hamsmalldeslrablepattems.IOe.kind. h;

About 50 black and blue Serges, Worsteads and 200 :Men's Bow Ties in fancy colors.. . .. .. ': American prints Calico at ,);
Plaid Suits that are worth every cent: of JIO$ at.... $jj\, Men's Four-in-Hand T. .
1 1IjC( Aa our Ladies' Skirts must be sold. S3 value at. g1 1,11s
A few fancy all-wopl l, latest cuts, worth $20. at ..... $1 1 :! tt\ Men's Suspenders at .
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Men's 93a O eralL,. !) ,
J c best 25c. Suspenders 10.; $7 Skim to go a t. $-t.tl\""

lug pair odd Trousers in stripes and solid colors, pro Lt-,, .
; it. Men's >"' Men's Felt Hats in the latest styles, black.
odd Coats all kinds and sizes.
Also another lot worth up to t3. at, $I' () They are
About 100 pair $2 Pants, all wool, black blue ace "! worth tl'). at.. $3.49 brown and gray, worth $1.5" to $=, a: each . (.J'-..
mixed colors I at l .fi 1"0 pair Boys Knee Pants at half prices. Boys Suits, black and blue Worsteads and Fancy
$ :"
:2"0! pair Men's Fine Tailored Pants at ...',) n, $l value I Portieres at $:)" .:)....l |:?.a-) kind at each. ;:1.(t.t)
Men's Elastic Seam Drawers ';))9; 15 yards Embroidery :2?IIC. value 11]c ;5": odd Coats sizes 5 to 13. worth $3. at each..1 1 1.25:
Men's Balbriggan Underwear .1 c Boys Jl Suits at S I.J! Abou5"; Boys'odd::: Coats in all sizes worth. $5, going '
at each.. 51.:; I *.)**

Amoskeag Patterns. Apron Checks, l'"c. value at. (ft j \\2c Canvas Covered .-)
Ladleshue Lawn Waists. -5c. .. .
jt'rt' Pocket Mem. Books, worth 25c each. at. .. (6 at. 39)C
C-inch Indian Head 15c. value . .. .. ... .. .' 10 1 J.'JLadies' .-:, 50 Men's Odd Coats, worth $6, at sa 4-l Corset Covers value 35c., at...... . .. ; .. :21c
White Canvas Sho s at pair. .. . 4tc) lien Shoes ; 2" $2.25 at SI..V.) Lisle Thrt'adt'st::;. . . . . 1 t k I'I t,

; tea On the Opening Day We Will Sell Coates Thread Seven Spools for a Quarter /':; '


j" The Opening Day we will give -

away Candy to the Children jj j fi I 1.1 Bring you.this advertisement It is worth n-th': I'


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we have in store for you. You must see them to appreciate them. And remember first first served.'f/)

Look for the Big Red Signs and remember the date. come

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Ti Southerners in New York-"Dixie" I NEWSPAPER LAWS A STRONG LETTER
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Favorite I!: State Institutions for Higher Education

J k Prominent Soliciting Attorney Favors -
:Some Court Decisions Involving Legal

Now that the summer season is'i Points of ImportanceI ProhibitionDecreasesCrime

ERRYiSSeeds drawing to a close the Southerners'are I I Compiled by D. M. Butler. Editor Suffering and :

returning to their native haunts > Nebraska Legal News.. I Poverty University of the Florida Female CollegeTallahassee

with more imaginary reminiscences The notice of the sale of land for I -clarion County Anti-Saloon League.
Ocala, Florida: State of Florida
of Noo Yo'k. There are still a few! 'lelinquent taxes may be published ini '

prove their worth at harvest of them in town, and they can be seen i iI j,. supplement if the circulation of the I Dear Sirs-Your letter of the 23thiltimo : Fla.
time. After of
over lifty years seated beneath the palms of every 1: to hand and noted.I .
success, they are pronouncedthe same is as extensive as that of the Gainesville' Fla. A College for Women, without *
Lest and surest by careful Broadway restaurant, pondering upon: ; take pleasure in replying to the
paper itself. (Zahr vs. Selby, 15 Neb. parallel in the South embracing a
planters everywhere. Your I the new tales they must tell the folks i ,ame, and giving! you the desired in- A high grade institution for Colege of Liberal Arts, a School for
79 19 N. \V.. Ct5.lA joung
dealer sells t )*m. 1901 S td ; back home. They sit there by the' > ; j'
Annual free 'I ; :[ormation to the best of my ability.I men, offering Literary, Scientific Engineering Teachers, a School of IndustrialArts
. on. request. j hour in silence until they are brought county auditor has no right to, Agricultural and Pedagogical -
... have the a school of fine arts. Including
1) U. FEBUY TO et.1 'tltt.LProhibition compiled no figures on
|I to by the strains of "Dixie. I II i"Dixie" publish in a newspaper of which he! Courses.
1 1 natter, but feel warranted in making Strong Faculty well equipped laboratories piano, pipe organ, violin voice culture -
____ I is the one best bet on I tax list ;
n ---- I is the owner a delinquent ,1 he assertion that local option tendso ; thorough instruction, both j elocution and Physical Culture.

Sentiment Spreading I Broadway just now. It is being played i without prior request from anyone! 1 decrease crime; that it improves theoretical and practical; careful supervision A Faculty of able specialists in all
in every" theater and roof garden : and discipline; high moral departments.
The growth of the prohibition sentiment representing the county, and then! '( "
and rathskeller on an average of! ; corn-unity Tuition free. Charges for special

not only in Alabama but ninety-seven times a day, and even compel the payment of the value of i tone.No tuition charges to Florida: stu instruction in Fine Arts reduced to a ,
.: It does not injure business or busi- dents. Other expenses very low minimum. New buildings in courseof
then it is still in demand. The visitors the work out of the counttreasury ,
throughout the South and the country I For catalogue and information address construction. Write for Catalog.A. .
I but the
:less! on contrary.he
72 Ind. i
from the South who are soon to : (Stropes vs. Green county
Is a subject of common remark, and local option counties and towns ANDREW SLEDD, A. MURPHREE,
return greet it with wild applause, 12.) I IE'iI1ence President President
is sc elf-evident that it admits of no in his newspaper in this section of the state have kept
! while the sham Southerner from Harlem that plaintiff __
I doubt or denial.! This sentiment is as or Hoboken make ostentatious published for defendant an advertisement .I fully up in the procession of progressand h

: apparent in Alabama as in Georgia approval. You can tell the sham !I at a price agreed upon prosperity.My i .+.*.......+............... .................NNN.N( >

: where the legislature has just passed Southerner at a glance. He is a'' by defendant's agents that he mailed observation has been that blind ,.

i a law prohibiting the sale of liquor in freak of the wide-brimmed hat and the a copy of the newspaper to the, and dependant's -II as tigers in dry exist counties.equally It as is much much harder.in wet :.f WANT BIO CROPS{ THEN USE IDEAL FE TILIZE R I !

endless moustaches. He is a bug on address for one year .
' the state it is evident in Montgomery : :
; however, to detect illegal sales in wet
making himself conspicuous and will that the defendant never refused or I : OUR BOOKS\ WILL TELL YOU
as it is in Jefferson' where the the is sufficient to: counties and harder to get con vie- .
walk from one car to another on the returned same I
, people have just determined upon railway train just as he will walk 1. make the defendant liable for both tions. : 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES" complete ("IRISH POTATOES"-Book on
i In this section of the state WP ex .. manual on Florida crops. "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultivation
having an election to prohibit the sale from one table to another in a restau the advertisement and the subscription -

of whiskey and to bar it out of the rant. He will also affect the peculiar I i -that is. there is no presumption i iI perience no difficulty whatever in, :j Effect of Fertilizers, Digging If'
I convicting for local option violations i'. "FLORIDA ORA.1I\GES"-Book of and Shipping."
county. dialect of the real Southerner, only in favor of a free copy of a paper "
Goodlmd' where the evidence warrants a con ,: special Interest to "PINEAPPLE
orange grow- FERTILIZING"
Men who only a few years, or evena he'll be sure to forget himself every of the advertising. (

few months ago, favored a wide once in a while and give away his : vs. Leclair, 18 Wts., 176.) I viction. During the last fall term of : ers special interest to pineapple ;-

open town, now openly advocate prohibition game. Nevertheless he works him; .\ legal advertisement which the, the circuit court I prosecuted fifteen ; growers.
individuals for violating the local oP-: :/ "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES"- "IDEAL FERTILIZERS"
for a: -Book
and when asked why thischange self into spasm of, enthusiasm over; law requires to be published
of sentiment they cannot tell "Dixie." stated number of days or weeks must 1 1I tion laws. About half the defendants :j Doklet on "-oil, Varieties, Cul all of our different brands, analyses .

.I is I II were white and about half colored: : tivatlon and Fertilization." prices, etc.
i you; they admit it, but cannot explain Now that the great return has begun be published as often as the paper s

it. It is just simply in the air "Dixie" is being dished out tc I -that is daily if the newspaper is a I II (this in the four dry counties)I. The : j New and revised edition of the above just published, free for asking

ana we breathe it. inhale it, absorbit them all hours of the day and night. I I daily, or twice a week if the newspaper \juries convicted fourteen out of the:I

and it takes possession of ourselves I The big time comes after dark, when I is a semi-weekly. (State vs. City i fifteen. The only one acquitted was I WILSON & TOOMER FERILTIZER; I COMPANY i t
old about and he had
an man seventy
S76 51 N. ,
t unconsciously. if not unwillingly. the rathskellers are filled up, and the of South Omaha. :;3 Neb., ; ,
I Ii made only one sale, and the state only:
midnight diners are making merry W. Reporter, 231.) : JACKSONVILLE FLA. f

Th&ve{ is now being waged a prohibition Then it is really played and the i The publisher of the delinquent tax i had one witness to prove that sale. I ; ......*..... .....
be In my judgment local option or I + ........ ............+...........+. i
j fight in many counties in the: crowds throw all dignity to the winds; list for a county is not entitled to
I prohibition tends to promote happiness ;
state even where there have been established and yell for more mey are given it paid for his advertising charges asa ;
to decrease crime suffering and i ii
dispensaries, and the indications again and again, and each time the' condition before he delivers to the --
to raise the standard of Citizenship n
I poverty
and proof
the copies .
are everywhere that the: prohibitionists applause increases. county treasurer i I
f _.1 will win. The: newspapers By the time has has quaffed any i of publication prescribed by law, and ; and to make the world better.
I I I confidently believe that within the I II McMillan
the delivery before Bros.
are very generally taking the moral number of highballs over fifteen the if he refuses to make !
I I next three years every county in
side of the question and sustaining average Southerner is ready to sit al i he is paid the refusal is a good I II
Florida will be dry by operation of i ii
the prohibitionists in their fight, and night and listen to "Dixie" just as:,: defense to his demand. (Brown vs.
Neb.. 111.) i law, and that the sale of liquor will i. Southern Copper Works
C j !
this is a most healthy indication of long as the ice tinkles in the glass anc Otoe Company
I be in one of the for-
: not legalized any
,, is
the tendency of the times Montgomery the waiter brings around the lemon The fact that an advertiser aware
\ ty-six counties of the state, and it is
Journal. a\J.e.-New York Telegraph. of the continuance of his advertisingafter i
the time specified for its publication -I to be hoped that during this interim Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

FLORIDA PHOSPHATE RICHEST DOES ADVERTISING PAY? and that he takes the paper I that the anti-saloon leagues will have
secured through the federal congressthe and General Metal Workers.
Say, I cannot be construed into a contract I I

The Price of the Florida Product is, Does advertising pay? I for a continued publication. Dake passage of a law that will prohibit .

Also Higher Than That of Any Other Does it pay to show vs. Patterson. 5th Hun., 558.) This interstate shipments of liquors from Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching ;.
the United States-A uninformed the to go be confused with a wet states into dry or prohibition
Found in The way case should not communities.You I through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
Remarkable Exhibit. To reach the goal I case where publisher had no contractfor wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

According to a report just issued That means to you any particular time in the first have my best wishes for suc-I follc 'ing works t-

by the department of the interior, geOlogiC A profit on the work you do. place. In such case tbe printer may cess in the fight that you are waging t(: .

them I trade to show I and if I can serve you by furnishing 'FAYETTE
And to of the
division Florida produced means prove a custom
4 chance I with no contract .,I any information or data it will be my ILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA
No a advertisement
during'the year 1906, over C? per cent that an
of the phosphate output value of thcountry Their own condition to enhance? I : as to time was to run until ordered ..! pleasure to do Yours so. I am truly. : JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE ALA I

. 1 and considerable over ball Does it pay to rise discontinued. (Thomas vs very
the actual long tons. According tc) In every sort of enterpriseThat I O'Hara. So. Car., 3(\2.) .
.- -- ------ ---- ------ -- -' -- -
-, of Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 7. 19! >7
these figures, the Florida product is makes for progress E I Where a publisher a newspaper I ,
of much higher value, average ton for Moves the world I forwarded regularly his paper by|I I
beneath a flag unfurled? I mail directed to one not regularly I Jackson, Miss., Editor Converted tc i
found in other section -along:
than that any
ton Ocala House Wine Roons.
of the country. The report follows Does it pay to strive I subscribing, but who took it from the i ProhibitionThe i )

To keep the best in you alive- I postoffice and who on demand refused I
: l i time and rates, Jackson, Miss., News says: ".It.I
Phisphate rock, the use of which To set the pegs so far/ahead. to payat the usual I
\ yoretlal's red subscriber, but has been well known for many years TRY OUR
is limited to the manufacture of min That all the blood in I denying that he was a I
take the as be- that the editor of this paper has never -
Must circulateAt continued to paper
and chemicals containing
eral fertilizers
phosphoric acid. is found in many lightning speedTo I fore, giving no other notice to the favored prohibition, and on one occasion '; OLD

of the United States, but the meet successfully need I publish--r, the law will imply a con-| jumped actively in the fight to : 0LLEGHANY
parts :
in Jackson. but
retain the saloons
that furnish the principal Of present days tract. In such case the publisher can 1!
deposits .!
? has fallen due within there are some things about prohibition
modern what
of the material are And ways recover
(tif coriimercial, of output Florida. Tennessee and Does it pay to hustle? six years. ((Fojg vs. Portsmouth An- that stand out prominently and : PURE
South: Carolina. Does it pay to stake theneum, 44 N. H.. ..l5.) Note-The which cannot be passed over. Takingthe RYE.Put
make break would run saloon and its bearing on the race .
to or limitation
Your character statute of
Of the 2.US0.937; long tons of phosphate I G
reached that
the News has
world account more than problem,
the United States And tell the against all of the
", marketed Florida' You'll win the fight six years old. point where it believes that prohibition 4 full
in IftoC (valued at JS.579.4S9) Cats
) 1.304.503 long tons. valuedat Because you're out ; is best for the South.'But up :
produced WORKS IN aside from the moral aspect
To do
$3.5S3,57S:; : ; the Tennessee produc in Cartoons
of the there is material Fancy
1 tion was 547.C77 long tons, valued at As earnest of which t KANSAS ;, question. a ;
prideIn side to the question that cannot be
I take a
carolina's You
I and South production
$ ,Hj,9n. having nothing Governor loch says:: "A quarter of o: >rlooked. It will not be disputed Delivered at
amounted to 223.C73:; long tons your
Other states, in- You want to hide? a million people have been born in i that the three most prosperous cities .
valued at S17.0CS. Say the state who have never seen a saloon -I in tv.e state. which have shown more
cluding Arkansas and Idaho produced Express Office
5100 tons, valued at $28.800.The ( Does it pay '. or a joint and have grown up to I growth than any other large towns

collected To do it that way believe as a part of their creed that i are Jackson. Meridian and Hatties
statistics of production '
by the United States gt> logicalliUT'ey Or simply to rust it is an unmixed evil." burg. and. strange to say. all these I For 83.20

indicate that And rot and quit, In the 105 counties in the state cities are prohibition. They have dis!
in recent years
has made With nobody any the better for it? only 21 have any paupers. Only 25 counted the cities of Vicksburg. Natchez :'i
demand for the i

the more the rapid!tendency strides of than the the price, output per, Is Say.that the way? I I their have jails poor absolutely houses. Thirty-five empty. Thirty-have I I pans ion.and Greenville Why: this in is i growth the News and .ev in- :: Regular SI.00 J a Quart Whiskey; write foi r=

thesecuna -W. J. Lampton in Fame. 'I'!seven have no criminal cases on their I not say, but the fact stand:?: out \>r\\\\-'
ton hay been upward. Under complete Price list
", < I dockets Kansas has the smallest I inently that it is true.
; demand and I
of growing
;ores Railroad Man's Prayer number cf paupers of any state ir I "A great many people In .lai'i-m:
higher pri \ that many low grade deposits proportion Gala House Wine Rooms.
'" which it has hitherto been impracticable The following is the text of a I spends more money for education i it banished from the capital cityba

utilize be profitably "Railroad man's prayer" posted on the proportion to its population than any it meant that it wa doomed to ac: '
to may I .
fireman's side of a switch-engine in other state. down. ev-n Beyond *. nat it wa then! I
worked. the Northern Pacific yards at Spokane In his annual official message to When the saloons Wi.Im\ { out of bus, FLI RIDA.

Popularity of Grapefruit- : the legislatliw- for 1907, Governoi mess Jackson had about seven thousand -r. ,- -

Xotbat I have flagged thee, lift Hoch said: population and one or two fac I -- --- --- -- _

I The popularity of grapefruit is a my feet from the rough roads of life "The absurd contention that more toritAt one time there wa aftmg:; !!

sign of the times that invites consid and plant them safely I on the deck of liquor is sold in prohibition Kansas sentiment in the city fm the rt'nrnof THE

eration. Three- times a day in some train salvation. Let me use the safety than in license states shouf4 deceiveno th'e *kk>n, but many of fi1i"wh" .

households does it appear at the table lamp of prudence, make couplingswith one. It is made chiefly bl-. those were for ler1 in favor of th.- ->;ion.-.

so completely it in vogue and the link of love, and let my hand who would be entirely content vrrtt are now violently opposed to then: Marion) Hardware ConjpaijyHEADQUARTERS {

-\ no one is ever heard to say he is be the Bible and keep all switches the prohibition policy if their statements It is probable that there will nevet. I

74 weary of it. Grapefruit holds its own. closed that lead off the main line were true, but official figures be saloons in this county and city {

as not all fruits can. Fo rbesides the into the siding with blind ends. Have abundantly refute the ridiculous state again. This may be a rather broad -

fine flavor of it. it has certain properties every semaphore on the line show a ment. Uncle Sam is a pretty good statement, but the News believes thatit

it is said thtat make it healthful. white light of hope that I may make bookkeeper and a pretty good collec is trtie. These are facts in connection '*M* i

and that is a combination always del the run of life without stopping. Give tor. Compare prohibition Kansas with prohibition that put people American wire Fencing, p

cable. me the ten commandments as a with our neighbor. license Nebraskafor to thinking about it. and which have +
Sash Doors and Blinds
So it i is good to be told, having wording card and when I have finished instance. Nebraska has about contributed to the growth of tbe sen- I

reached this stage in contemplating, the run on schedule time and pull one-third less population than has timent.At Faints. Oils and, Varnishes, "

its place with us that down in Florida !, into the terminal may the superintendent Kansas, but Uncle Sam has collected

the grapefruit orchards increase yearly of the universe say: "Well .about $2.ooo.o9ft a year liquor tax present Matson county has the Mill and Mining Supplies,

lit size and number and that nowa done good and faithful servant; from the people of Nebraska, while finest herds of blooded cattle and

daga for every orange tree set out come into the general's office to sign he has been able to get only about hogs in any portion of the state, if Turpentine Snpplies,

grapefruit trees are planted. For this the pay roll and receive your check $lt ll.OOO from Kansas. The amountof not in the South. S. II. Gaitskill of

news assures us that future demandsfor for eternal happiness." fermented liquor sold in Kansas is Orange Lake and Mr. Chambliss of Improved Farming Tools!

the fruit will be as fully met as from 6ooO to 10.000 barrels a year: in Ocala are two of the largest cattlemen

are those of the present.-Boston Even when an editor gets elected to Nebraska from 200.000 to 300,000 barrels in Florida. They have demon- GET OUR PRICES

Transcript. an office in Florida he is not permitted : and in Missouri from 2,000,000 to strated beyond a question that the finest -

to enjoy the fruits of his succses- iOO\( + .)OO barrels."-Associated- Prohi- blooded stock can be successfully

They are already eating oysters in ful efforts in shaking the plum tree. bition Press.' grown, and that beef can be produced

Atlanta, and In a single order the Editor Stoneman of Dade county was much cheaper than in Texas, Illinois
other night thirty-two pearls were elected in the primary, but Governor Mr. W. W. Carlton of Crystal Rivet or any other of the great cattle growing CompanyTi

found. Broward refused to commission him.', spent Sunday in Ocala. states.: -East Coast Home Seeker

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kind of awe in his tone, "that ih> Hap
tists are aery t'xcIusi'IIHr. :.!
rLGftM tion and don't like t *
Oakland Large Producer: of Fruit i
'. ...... "' tr-t dtht.>r iu their drink, : : ,
I .!, I:. ., JI-..', ";:'!l lTnlOrrRM.r i'' iI" and Vegetables : ation with other :; i 1
41 ; ;: Clermont is on Lake Minneola. andi I i : Come with me and 11!

CURE' a 1- '-1'4..
SAlT-SICK"; iSTETn v/:...V i W MJ ftPWVtNs 2 the s-atf. At one time this was theiargtst through a lon.r dark ; :
;: '!.
'ET'3T S >" tt ""' .*..-."<1CFfASt h1 saul uai .! '< 1 t}:" ..1hii'a.n. :
-- SS TOeE '.ECU'" tomato shipping point in Florida
IHI fT m'SASf; I"C' :' ;'.. rREsTAtAP2rrEj :) '.
to a .1.1 1: % : :
:;'ATI&AMi: T :- '0' 1wax)
i im at present is not confined to
TItCtMANStSPIOTAF30G! : r.' -.-:.. 'c' rK'M !>] JPI!,' hunsr.- i.i'.IM \\ 'h i : :
C"'f >TiT--L 4' ; SI.! If.1. -SoaCT *
tht' of IK
growth the oneegetable. ?
> 25 CENTS '-n: i", az i Pow ;an i :: T"n'
TCpSAL.t8yEa sr-. -=.K irs ,.->.F;.:-'!-C? By f
grows a diversified: crop of fruits an ti; Hoke Smith;! an1! t >:

Act f1gP1 MAti& 5TET...::tz: \egetables. Dr. J. B. Rosenberg, an i I. is a KentnrK\ -.; : I :

I an'as: \\f }1'1:' e> : '
old Packer reader and correspondent.
i Iat:! II: up a ;rap} :. "< ." .: : '
has a fine house here, and entertains l '
Doctrine on Drunkenness a (PI': blazi'ij; :: \\ : It*; ;
the Packer man with many points ormtere&t. ..
!in' : .
Here ithe doctrine! of the Catho ;: 1'iptifrt- -a > :
('I.! '-<- communion :
lie church on the subject of drunken I j Among the growers here are tr. ,
,\ looked!, ;ai'ii -1:>v : i 1 !
It is clear in such following: J. B. Jones, who is tin
ness. accord
so '
> .'s 1: said : th.I'. r .'t' : :
railroad station agent here but has : >>
with common sense, that it requiresno 1j j a Long Run (Vi.' >_ :, ;> : i : :
J some fine lake bottom lands, and
explanation. A simple statement of them :[ rttt! ,i> 1
grows peppers, beans, tomatoes and ,
M. P. Hunt j:i- ,-:.: : g. !: t
will suffice: cukes for winter and spring shipment: !
James Art-fdil.-: : : 1:. ; '!'e : ; ; ;
1. Whoever drinks deliberately to J. W. Page, who will devote his time !
a set of resoiri!:i .>:,- ::
such an extent as to lose his reason !!'to English peas this fall; J. U. Johnson ; I
I which ran "IC. ':; :. .!, !:
commits a mortal fin j will have tomatoes, squash beans :
dry as Htil ai,,; \ t
:. Whoever knows by past experience and English peas for fall 1 and spring j Journal.

that when drunk he is accustomed ,shipment; R. C. Hooks, an old Packer

to blaspheme or utter other reader, will grow tomatoes, eggplant i

Improper language, or to injure others I and peas; R. H. Brantley, of the THE GREATEST <

about him, besides the sin of firm of Brant ley & Brantley, has a '

drunkenness, is guilty of those other I fine orange grove, and this company
Tells How 'Tis Done
crimes committed during the state off I will grow tomatoes and eggplants for
I bandry is the Way to
Intoxication I winter; J. S. Townsend will have
The Cow Makes
:3. Whoever does not adopt the i beans squash and English peas; S.
proper means for the correction ofi II I JB. Brantley will grow eggplants as a After more than two : :: 1

his vicious habit of drunkenness remains j I i principal crop for winter and other of practical experience, J

in a continual state of sin. I! vegetables in season. I i he formulated his I i

4, Whoever entices or urges snoter bOther points and people en route in ling theories and proved i I 'i

to excess in drinking, whom hea! day's drive are Henry Spivey (mail I !! I
D. Detrich the
foresees will be intoxicated commits I Crown Point), who has a fine orange: I I

a mortal sin grove and grows nearly everything in I tural world, known as i

5. Any seller of liquor who continues the vegetable line during season. farmer in America" is i! ;

l' to supply drink to any individualthat J. C. Terry, (mail Apopka), is the, leisure time here wht> ,;; : ,

; he knows will become intoxicated poultry and egg man of this section
years he preached and !! i
r thereby commits a mortal sin, because and grows vegetable in season. I I
t he deliberately co-operated in T. H. Johnson, Apopka, has a fine .- model farm that was I j J i j

:" the grievous sin of another. acre orange grove, and is manager of among farmers and I i

E C. Whosoen i3 guilty of excess in 16o acres more of orange grove prop That Dr. Detrich is I : ;i i Ii "

I .. drinking though not to intoxication, erty. air Johnson is said to be an thy of the name was I i

In such a way as to cause distress to expert in orange grove management within a few years after I It

his family by squandering that which I and has an average crop of fruit this I possession of a l i-acre {i! > ': .

Is needrf for their support, commits a; season, whIch la unusual for Florida town near
mortal sin against charity and justice this year was run down and

|In like manner, whoever thus renders l- II. K. Fuller, Apopka. has one of the I ant of agricultural

himself unable to pay his lawful I finest homes and orange groves and j start he was forced to 'i! i I I.

debts, plfhough he may not drink to] is also manager of 130 acres of other I the advice of other

Intoxication, commits a mortal sin,- f groves. .-. j! first year resulted in a !

fit. ilarys Annual.!! ,rfv, v. I T. L. Joyce I Is owner of the Joyce- I Being capable of I

". '"t land vineyard, Ocoee, Orange county, perience, Detrich sought J

Why the South is Not RepublicanThe one of the most beautiful and interesting !proving conditions

Southern people would be as spots in this beautiful section !' an exhaustive study of I I j

of Orange county, where the scupper- i came to the conclusion :
much out of place in the republican l :
"jnong' grape grows to its natural per- ods then in use were ; ;
party as a fish out of water.. That : :
I '
fection and produces wine that has i I
During the next six
party violates all the traditions that ''I j I : : ,
: for two successive years taken first j ed a mortgage of over $ I I j .

tbe Southern people hold most dear. |/ ]prize at the Florida state fair. The | little farm had made ,;i |! :i iI I

The Houston (Tex.) Post answers; wines from the Jo'celaud.ineyard posit in bank and enough ;
Secretary Taft by saying that the, !I: are said to be equal to the best im- the expenses of a trip to i!i i I j 1 !

Southern masses vote the democratic'I{!{ ]ported brands. Mr. Joyce is nearly SO 'I Detrich early decided I i i !j

ticket because they favor democratic. :years of age, and wishes to sell out is known as the soiling ; I; I I ; f I'
policies. They do not believe in the :' and retire but j << { .
judging from his 511- this purpose he \' ;; i I
republican theory of taxation nor in year age appearance, his wine certainly ty into a dairy farm and j ]] : i ?.}.J

the doctrine of protection. They do aegis no better recommenda refuse from the stables to j j j

Dot believe in colonialism. They do tion. land. His first silo was A"i"'y! '1

not believe in expensive governments \\'. II. Hudson Oakland, will grow crib. All his crops j I 1oJ

nor do they believe in centralized cukes, beans and peas for fall and cattle. Instead of ; 1 .I -
power. Holding such news, how I winter shipmt> .-Staff Cor. New j I ji to pasture in the fields, i I I!
could St'crf'tarTaft, expect many York Packer. in the stables year : I I j I
Southern men to affiliate with the republican them devote all their ; 1!I

pariy.Then EDITOR WATTERSON'S HORRID profit. I '
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of all men, why should a DREAM .. His gains were made by J'
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member of President Roosevelt's c bcqt't sale of milk and a few ;

: ( invite Southern men into the republican The editor of the Courier-Journal every year. The cows !I : :! >: I! i

fold? When did Mr. Roosevelt I tered Jerseys, pure and :! 1 1 j i
bad a dream the other night. He : ); : .
,, wake up to the fact that the Bull calves, if not kept '! ,
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dreamed that he died and was whisk :
South occupied a place on the political purposes, were killed at !'I i
map of the United States and in ed off to the regions below. Old Nick doesn't pay to feed $18 I i TlHif.'B;i! .

what way did 'he ever give it official met him at the outer door and extend. to a calf that will sell ;; i ]

or political recognition? ed a most hospitable welcome. "We've way the owner put it l :

After bringing his
,- been looking and waiting patiently I
FLORIDA ORANGE OUTLOOK. I condition witbin three ) 1
for you," said he. "Some of the boys J
I er was able to provide j. : '
Good Yield in Spots Opinion of Extensive !I were beginning to be afraid that you feed from the soil to keep i

p Grower. I I were not coming, but that they would of thirty head of cattle. ; 1

E The Packer was favored Saturday|I keep you in the shop above; but I usually from eighteen to I

k; by a visit from J. Ed Raulerson, an told 'em to cheer up! You see I know in the stable, the I

l't.r' extensive grower and shipper of cit- that sometimes they take pity on us young cattle. I : i

t.- nis fruits at Lily, DeSoto county, Fla. and send us a good man. Why! your The remarkable yield

Mr. Raulerson highly commended I friends be truly delighted." cessary to produce this '

the service the Packer has been giving 'j j' "Who's here?" was timidly asked. I to the intelligent use of I

the Florida shippers and volunteered -I "They; are all here," said Satan. the stables. Nothing

r- some information regarding 1 I i'"There's old Grover and John G. Carlisle ed.

the orange outlook on the peninsula. 1 and Teddy, and-" "The average farmer of | !

." It is his opinion that in the territory -I, "Got any Kentuckians?" his land." said Detrich. I

i near Arcadia, in DeSoto county the) "Plenty of 'em! There's Governor fortune; soil his servant. I

yield will compare very favorably !I ]Beckham and Colonel John 1 'halle n well fed. The earth i j I : i : ; :J << ; f:'
with that. of last season and he says and Aaron Kohn and Richard Knott the medium or matrix i j I :

::'I t. buyers are paying $1.50 per box in why, bless you!-when I get tired of the elements necessary I I l i,' :

that section. At Lily and Wauchula,; whooping of 'em up and want a littlej growth. It must be well : i :
in the same county, however the out-l j recreation, I leave Dick in charge, and mellow and deep. Land I l I i ,

t..I: look is not so rosy as it is at Arcadia. I 11, feel perfectly safe tbe fire won't gout o level as possible, so that sf I 1 ,

Not more than half of a normal yield I till I get back." earth will hold the I I

: ;. Is looked for at these points. I Then we entered. The place was of food and moisture to I II I | :!I I ( > .

:" t In Manatee county hardly as much "{ ]fitted up eleant-just; like the Buckingham plant growth. I s :

f as a one-half crop is expected and i theater, with a Summer Garden "A one crop farm won't I | | | t : !:

; Polk county is also said to fall far.1' attachment, which they called days. The farm must be j: :: l t 1 !. :
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short of a normal yield, according ton I the Red City. Lum Simons stood at 'a state of fertility so that !'[ i | l ) I

advices which Mr. Raulerson gleaned h the gate taking tickets. and when he duce two or even three i : ,;: __
from those conversant with conditions saw the new-comer he cried "hooray," "Always kill a weed i I I I I y

there. and said, "you pass In free." born. I i > l ( | | ] I

At Winterhaven about a normal It was a fine sight inside. All sortsof "You must have animal | s \ )

yield is hoped for, while at Bartow, people and politics and religions, to keep a farm in i, ( l .1

twelve miles distant the crop is paid democrats and republicans and Methodists keeps the farm, the I '
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, to be very much below the normal. and Presbyterians and Episco cow, and both keep the ( l

I Orlando is known to have a good crop |]palians. From every bough swung a "Pasturing is a curse : : > | t ,

I of oranges.: crook or a thief. Some were marked Cattle have four feet to ] [ '

Mr. Raulerson said the reports recently "Louisville," and a few "Fusionist. one mouth to feed. There dy I l : || '

i ,... published in the Packer to the "Here," said Satan, "we reverse tbe only six weeks of good ; { / ( I I! : ,

effect that Florida orange prospects earthly rule. We honor perfidy and year then the cow's milk I J :

:- \\'erlgood only in spots just about hit Pharisaism above all things, because gins to run short and | {
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:I \. the nail on the head. they are so energetic and send us so food puts the animal out I

Mr. Raulerson has been enjoying a many recruits. Common politicianswe Keep the cows right in ; i I! : :;
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vacation and visited Phil string up to dry. year round. : ( iI I

:.: adelphia. Baltimore, Washington, the "But, your Satanic Majesty, whereIs "Crop rotation, another I ( || !

/, Jamestown exposition and other points Mayor BIngham" was asked. erty, is foolish. It is an : ; I ( .
and says he Is now In shape for some Oh" Satan "he's I ,
says a Baptist. the exhausted condition of 1 ; ( ) ,
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"Fertile Florida. "
"What has that to do with it? "Never burn anything } ) ( l ; '"
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I Local and Personal OF INTEREST TO BELLEVIEWANS support his left hind foot, and pointec Citrus County Citizen Writes on Pro- ---- ,

as true as could be. I could hard): hibition

believe my senses. I gave him the i Holder, Fla., Aug. 31, ll: +"'7.

Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. Danbury, Conn., via Wireless, via sign and I made a double on that coy o-IJ1

--- - -- --- Baldwin and Local Freight: :,I ey.prove Say it,; you I can don't show believe you the it; I fence car the Editor movements Chronicle of -the Having people watched all over [ I Ja all mid \to Stocl.1{

My, my! Didn't the Banner strike a Your correspondent, upon arriving I! post." I 1 the county for the past several

ore place:? here, found the judge just as he was
:I Things were getting rather personal ': months in their efforts to bring about

leaving his daughter's house, and was when I heard the
i judge murmur prohibitory laws from the sale of
IIr. 0. B. Tankersley of Coleman I IS DAILY ARRIVING
met with and that something about'astronomy and wha
; a hearty grip genteel j whiskies, wines, etc., and more recently g
Wednesday. I two Southern governors said once I
f suavity of manner customary on the efforts of the saloon men
a time that made them everlastingly
ly with the cream of the earth, and 'I upon !i of Dunnellon to secure a change of And we have many bargains to offer you. For
famous, and we sauntered oi
Newton Plummer of Anthonywas expressed pleasure and surprise at I down the street. i conditions in this fair county of ours, many years The Boston Store has been known
among the Wednesday visitors meeting the representative of such a |in order that they may open saloons
Seldom bas it fallen to lot to+
in Ocala i progressive, up-to-date paper as the II my : and place the damnable stuff in the throughout the} entire State as the place to save
i meet two finer, truer gentlemen thai
.' I Ocala Banner, but readily assented to I hands of our children, I feel inclined money on
" these, and as we parted, giving one+
: Mr. J. M. Liddell of Santos was an interview. In reply to questions,,, I I jto give my views along these lines. 1
j.I the wink with the other eye, and tithe <
1: transacting business at the county said: I :, was approached by a Dunnellon sa-::
other the grip that never fails, II
site Wednesday.Mrs. citizen loon man the other day with a petit and ShoesAnd
" I IJ' I "Yes, I have transferred my I was more than ever impressed with] Dry Goods Clothing
ship from Danbury and Connecticut i t tion, seeking my signature, calling for ,
: the idea that I must surely come tBeller'dew +( '
J1.. Boring and Miss Inez I to Belleview. Florida. This was the !> a wet or dry election. Upon my ref -
I this coming winter and see
: Ross of Gaiter were shopping in I scene of my early struggles, trials, what mysterious thing it is tha i i fusal to sign the petition, giving as' we are now better prepared to sell you a

it I irala Wed.nesday. I and what moderate success I have makes these Belleview people so I my reason that I was satisfied with good} article at a small price than ever before. I

made in life. What they are and were prohibition in Citrus county, he
kind, so affable, so nice. Say, cat We have just received a big lot of Beautiful
Mr. Thurlow Bishop has returnedto of in this city !sneeringly remarked that they would
I everyone consequence you tell me where I can rent a hous+
Ocala from Rock Springs, and will knows. I have held numerous offices in Belleview, or why doesn't someone. make the county wet anyhow, and Silks in all colors, grades and prices, and our I

reside here for the present. I within the gift of the people for years, build a hotel? i that they would have saloons in Her- Clothing Department is complete. We can fit

'inando, Inverness, Floral City and I
1 and how well I have discharged my
I The next morning, after the effect;! '
Col. R. F. Rogers" of Lynne was in I I duties everyone knows, and I did of my Danbury visit had worn away,'I(Crystal River, and was about to add you no matter what size you wear, and our

Ocala Wednesday afternoon, returning simething that very few persons do- something down Broadway, near wha: [ Holder, but I interrupted him by saying Shoes are the kind that always give satisfac- I

from a trip to Lake City. office, that we would never submit to a'
.1 resigned from a good paying used to be the tallest building in New tion in every respect.We .
that I feel I could have kept as long saloon in Holder. I want to say right
York, I met a portly, wel1groomedt'ntleman I
Mrs. L. II. Tydings of Anthony is I as I wanted it. I was a member of that looked: like a retiree i here that the primary object of the are always glad to see you whether you

the guest of her son, Mr. C. R. Ty- that Masonic lodge over there for for : Dunnellon whiskey men in working so
banker broker, going at moderate
I or a
diup:'j and family for a few days. ty years, holding all the offices, and I pace and something told me that he: I hard to knock out prohibition in this are trading or not. Don't forget lIS.I .

I in fact have had honors heaped upon was from Belleview. and introducing: I' county is that they realize that their

Mrs. Lanier Robertson and childrenhave I me such as would make any man feel I myself asked for some items of interest ..1 own county of Marion is just as sure'

returned home from a visit to I proud. All these things and many for our Belleview subscribers."No I to go dry as two and two make four

Mr. Robertson's parents at Whitney. more have I relinquished to cast my I I do not care to be interviewed. .. f'I am just as sure of it myself pretty THE BOSTON
set i broad assertion, i. e., I believe that if STORE II
lot in Belleview, a little paradise I have nothing of interest to say,. I

t. .f McPhall Mclver has come home I in the middle of the sand hills and Belleview is a nice, quiet little towr]l ;the people of Citrus could realize that I

from Thomasvflle, Ga., where he pine trees of Florida. My interestsare and just suits my needs. I have beer (Marion voters would vote to maintain ,

pent a couple of weeks with rela I' there, my heart is there, and there going there a number of years: lib. I the open saloons as they now havethem

tives. is no town of its size in that sunny the place and people, although I never: I that there would possibly be --- -- -- ---

1 Land of Flowers that can show such mix or go around any; my health wil]I more of a disposition to make Citrus ,: PHONE No. 132

:Mr. Douglass Hopkins, who has ;a clean, upright, progressive set of I not permit. I wet, but, just take my word for it. '

\ several days with I bound to lose out and ha\'e
been spending citizens and residents. I know that "Have you an idea what the pric they are

friends in Ocala, returned to his home sometimes I am misunderstood, but I prohibitory laws in Marion, and then
of eggs is at present? What Thirt; .
: at Orange Lake Wednesday.Mr. have only the kindliest feeling for all cents! Well, good day. we will not have to see hundreds of l PURE FOOD MARKET J
but if I think I am right nothing will Not feeling very well or hungry; negroes returning to our county from

W. T. Crutcher lias returnedto swerve me from my path of duty. I went down on the curb and spent my; Ocala and Dunnellon on Mondays and ,:

Ocala from Kentucky and will be understand that the Trading Company's allowance for lunch on cotton magins Tuesdays after pay day in a drunken STALLS 1 & .1 CITY MARKET

for several months. He will stupor. I believe that our sheriff is '
here is nearing completion
and made enough to dine at Del
; have a carload of mules and horses and that my friends, Shedd Haines monico's tonight. doing more than anyone else in Cit BEST FLORIDA

for sale in a few days. and the other boys have worked hard MACARONI. rus county to break up the illicit sale
(Signed: )
and faithfully and someone whispered of whiskey, and I desire to offer him Beef Pork\ Mutt ij) Lamb aid) Vent
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Mr. IVilliam D. Taylor and his sister to me that they had blisters on my co-opertaion and best wishes in
Belleview news is a scarce article]
Miss Mamie Taylor, lave gone to their backs. They are a team bard his success, and hope all sober, thinking ,
this week. Not much doing. The ne\
their old home in Eastern North Car- to beat on wood-work. I also under- I I citizens will join me. I ARMOUR'S
store is going on as though it woulnever
spend several weeks with The Dunnellon whiskey men are
olina to stand that Mr. Gale has so increased I I
relatives. his business that it is absolutely necessary be finished; Mr. Gale has sol I trying hard to convince the people to i "Star" Ham and Breakfast Bacon Vienna
..... some wagons: Joe Whisenant is ,
-'-, for him to employ a book whom they are presenting their peti-

Miss BertieVard was in Ocala keeper. Yes. he is a fine young man, lumber and wrongs and ;preaching Mrs. Frank women'rights Pelo; tions in this county that Marion will I Sausages, Pigs' Feet, &c. .

Wednesday on her way to Gainesville.Ga. : and if his brother will only pattern not lose her saloons. Beware of such
is suffering with Lor broken limb an(! I
., where she attends:: Brenau Col- after him tl,>ir parents will have delusions. Just read the list of prominent I
wishes it was in plaster, or somewhere -
lege. She was accompanied for a cause to be proud. Did you say that else; Frank himself is looking I men all over Marion county who i RUSH DINNER ORDERS OUR SPECIALTY

part of her journey by her mother, Beekman was making a success of are the foremost sons of her borders,
and thoughtful, and killing ,
Mrs. J. W. Ward, Jr., of Floral City. his cold drink stand? Well. I'm glad engaged in all lines of lawful occupations -I
week Mi
four and five a ;
of it. lie's a good boy. Fleas! Did Freeman is feeling better this week! and pursuits of life, such as : Let' us serve you. Remember our 'Phone number is 132

Mrs. L. T. Izlar leaves today for say, fleas! Yes, I know what they phosphate mining saw milling and
you than he was last week; Miss Snow
her old home at Blackville, S. C., are. and the nearest thing that can I and Mrs. }laylcPhaul have gone on naval stores merchandising etc, : Pure Food Market, Hugo Russell, Prop.

where she will visit her daughter; make me real mad is to have one of a visit to Jacksonville; the northbound with many of whom the writer i-; personally -

: Mr.. Buist. for several weeks. She those pesky critters creep up my went off tb acquainted, who are ti ;Jr ing ---- ---- -- --- ---

':, ali to visit relatives at Spartanfrurg thank night express to rid themselves of whisky. and will\
thirsty you
expects I'm not
back (Xo.
I the here Tuesda
track at depot ;
S. C., and at Augusta Ga., nor excited! first and sticking its feet morning; Mr. Bradley has a car on the Dunnellon whisky men attempt to Obliged to Move Their Eijtire Stock of
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home. to tell me that the efforts of such men
before returning into my hide next. Say, you come
his houeshol
ii the siding to move
., I winter and I will give will be fruitless? The time is fast Ten
Belleview next goods from Belleview to somewhere : Pianos m Days
when Marion will be a happy
,I The cement sidewalks around the I }ou a correct imitation of what a real else; :Mr. Bogart is home for a visit; coming I _

(! ',-= J public square :are now finished and live Florida flea can do. You come. Robert Polly is home again and Mis; county without whisky, just as Citrus I II I
".1 I is, and always will be. and I chal- Ii '
Mr. Heintz has about half of the courthouse I "0, yes, Cogswell and I were over Alice is attending school; The W. C. now the contra- i Leadirj9'MusicHouse: | Moving to Tecr Out Entire first Floor of (
the man to prove to
set out in St. Augustine at Fairfield Beach., and we thought it
yard T. U. met at the M. E. parsonage on
?, grass. This will certainly be an attractive -j' would be nice to run over and see Tuesday afternoon, and discussed tb I ry. Men, stop, think and reason among Store Offers Bargains Sucb!) as Were ever Shown (;;

spot when everything is completed -, our friends at Short Beach. Yes, theyare drink evil, cigarette habit, how to yourselves. Will you allow these saloon ... Here Before. 1
men to invade your temple, and ..
I I all well, and complaining, as us- make home pleasant, mothers' needs, ----- --
along. Eli. tell you that they will fill your coffers
is working right
ual. Josh and other things; Somehow or othe with- barrels with lard I We find it necessary to tear up and of stencil and inferior commercial pi
Rev. L. W. Moore of Tampa, formerly I I well he is a good, faithful darkey, the idea is gaining ground that thos< II revenue, your and
and your barns with corn? Are we i wholly replace the entire floor of our anos. Everything must go, the
around to do
of this city, had a rather rough and I like to have two school teachers are on to tl.eirjob
I not maintaining our schools to the wareroom at IS West Bay street; at instruments offered are of regularthe
experience on a recent fishing trip. : jobs and chores. and that they have an idea o f
I standard of perfection and' same time we wish to make extreme Standard makes, handled by us for
He went out Thursday with a party : "How is the mill business? Well how to run a school and are going to highest building our hard roads, and paying alterations in our store, and years, both Grands and Uprights. s

of friends for a day's fishing, and owing really I do not know. You know that run it that way-well, the writer cat and paying our pub all this must be done at once before New, slightly, used and second-hand
that, our r
not and Freeman are running
to tempestous weather was I Hilton sympathize with them, having taken lie debts, and are we doing it from I active fall business sets in. Rather pianos, Kranich &. Bach, Kimball,
to rest
able to get back to Tampa until some: and I feel perfectly satisfied their a turn or two at tbe profession himself the revenues obtained from the sale than go to the trouble and expense of Haines Brothers, Hallet & Davis,

time Sunday. : my confidence and money the business.on in long by-gone days; Mrs. of whisky within our borders? I I' moving and storing our large stock Chickering Whitney, Harvard, Hinze.of .
I ability to hustle run
Haines went down to Tampa Tuesday: With best wishes for prohibition I of Pianos, we have decided to sell ev reservations. .All must go. Never
Mit Mabel L. Godson, one of the i Two good, substantial men they are. afternoon to"isit Mrs. Mitchel; Mr. i
: truly, F.)1. LONG.in ery instrument on our main floor at bas there been a chance to make
that Mr. Freeman am yours very I:
;jI successful candidates in the recent Someone told me David Stanley keeps pegging away at Citrus County Chronicle.A I, remarkable reductions. A splendid your money go FO far, and if you wish
few days -
Jamestown Exposition! was under the weather for a the clearing of his 100-acre pecan ;i chance to save $."0 to $150. Remember to buy on easy terms, we will make

'j'I"Ietropolis|| contest, is now iu New York but will : last week." Hope it was nothing se grove, and Mr. Harrell keeps budding BOY OR A GIRL CAN EARN AS iI I I this is no so-called "special sale" liberal time to all.

leave soon for Baltimore, to visit eel rious. and grafting pecan trees at Bear'; i

atlves and take in the exposition And just then a large man came ui I pecan nursery; and really that is: MUCH AS A MAN. I I Pianos that usually sell at $150 will be marked. .. ? .$100

before returning to Miami. Miss I and your representative was introduced I about all there is doing, except tha'Chester I II I Pianos that usually sell at $225 will be marked . . ...$150 11I
j want boys and girls who want I
states that she enjoyed the to Bill Cogswell. At a glance: ," the Trading Company! We Pianos that usually eSIl|| at $325 will be marked $275
Godson I
exposition very much. i we recognized him as a member ot: : pet horse vras badly foundered las !;to earn money to solicit SEMIWEEKLYJOt'RNAL. oubscri; Tias !i Pianos that usually sell at $450 will be marked $375

i the "Has Been" club by winking the Saturday. BABY. for the ATLANTA :' Pianos that usually sell at $600 will be marked $490

tte older of I other eye, doubling the thumb and! Don't hesitate because I Ii 'I Pianos that usually sell at $750 will be marked $600
l Miss Lucy Moorhead J. R. Moorhead's daughters -: giving other secret signs that the Waycross Has Prospered Under Pro i you are young, as jou can do this and I II I Remember these are standard artistic instruments, including several 11"11"i
.! Mr. and Mrs. I judge never caught on to. The recognition hibitionIn I work :as readily as older persons I III
from be Sold in Ten Days.
home today Grands, and all Must Positively
1 .J will return was mutual, and I had met a 1SS0 Waycross numbered C23. Ii1SS2 we will pay you just the same. TheSEMIWEEKLY i i [

Y j South Carolina, where with she has relatives.She been. I friend and brother far from home. Sc a prohibition contest began and II JOURNAL is the 1 I Also several of the best piano i'av of sleet, music from 1 cent upwards.

spending the summer Jacksonville last it was with little trouble that I lee a license of $20,000 was establish best known semi-weekly newspaper I I ers and interior combined piano and Leather music rolls, 35 cents. Music

came as far as I him to say that he and his wife would by legislation and went into effect li1S33. in the South, and your spare time i! Boxes, usually sold from $50 to $100,
t and since extraordinary bargains,
Line, : players
week by the Clyde come to Belleview this year if the ap working for it will pay you handsomely I reduced 25 to 50 per cent. Open everyranging

.j that time has been enjoying herself I pie crop was good. Your correspondent In 1890 the population had increased -t not in toys, watches or other small I from $150 to $700. To make evening during this sale. If yon ever

with relatives in that city. wondered if he was joking, and to 3364, and the taxable value of.I wares, but in CASH. In addition to the occasion interesting we have also intend to buy a piano, now is your

Powers, accompanied why a man wearing those sized diamonds county property five times. The license cash commission, we are offering Seven -I marked down to half price hundreds I time.

Master Harris and Mrs. Wm. should be dependent on an ap was increased in 1892 to $30." Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($750) I of classical and popular albums and LUDDEN, CAMPBELL SMITIJ CO.,

by his parents. Dr.home this morn- pit crop. Just then a magnificent .inio, and Waycross is an object lesson in prizes. This money will be sent I folios of music. Thousands of copies I 13 West Bay StreetN.
t H. Powers arrived and Bill out in time for Christmas. The contest I
bird-dog rubbed against me, showing that towns can progress i
I; closes December 15th 1907. B.-Special attention will be g iven applicants by correspondence during -
he is ;
i Carolina said: "You see that dog? Well, and become permanent without the!

I '* They were mine. I paid $100 for him. He bas a. tale of liquor, as the population ha;I 9-20-tf :. this sale. Catalogue and information free.
weeks.: I I
>! past six
t ing SwVnanoa month, after whichthey ,,pedigree a yard long, and can point: I been steadily growing since that date, i -
at for a 1 I Oklahoma has launched the first I t''
fortnight a bird in a ten-acre lot. Say one dajI and in 1900 numbered 5919.-Way. Cabbage! Plants.
went to Asheville for a democratic gun. If It is a measurement j;, Editor Watterson ought not now
Charlestonand was out and he was working fine cross Evening Herald. I I 500,000 Jersey Wakefield, Flat
returned home via the respective strength or influence water. Water has
and wire fence and of to be so hostile to
going to We came to a barbed Dutch and Early Summer; ready October -
the Clyde Line. to sur Mrs. Cassie Chadwick, the famousemale I of the oratory of Taft and twice lately, and he I
and Master he took It at a jump, and my saved his shop 1; $1.25 per 1000. Address: ,
the mountains Mrs. month at Sea prise he stood right on top of that financier, has been Strieker I Bryan it speaks well for the Nebras- would not be tort by a cold water T. K. GODBEY & SON,

Harris spent former's a mother, Mrs. fence. Oh, yes, there was a fencepost with total blindness. It is believed I kan. Both made speeches in Okla bath 9-13-21 Waldo Fla. ,

breeze with the I right there and he used that tc I that she Trill die. homa.

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F .. Tor ben the :,: were They theirs.worshipped the "Great White Ired and the process twenty went millions.As on the virtues times ule Kerosene be general oil is? not one of the nece- ; ITCHING R RASH H

FRANK of which had adorned the earlier life. It had: not been discov BY B s.
patri of
Their government was aries is
P. V. man- Spirit. iisappeared. and in the end were re- the civil war. and :
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<- of the use of fire arms and marrias I lectrfcity Oil Face
'"true i heir offensive and defensive weapons :,: Caesar put a premium women on who had We suppose that the Standard satisfied and Would Cry Until Tired

of were lances, hardened at the end by I ind gave children.rewards He to tad more concern ; KK>ple would be dividend very well of W per I' Out- Cradle Cap" Added t oBaby's ;

f Ire, or pointed with flint, or the teethr : many coi nth an annual Tries Cuticura
and and- had a need for more Torture
> bones of a fish. These were usedo I than our 'ent. oil 1IMMEDIATE ?
suicide, on Ointment.
made Cuticura
race and
cern as to are not Soap
I themselves from wild ; Their profits
through protect president. and the i .
: strenuous bi-products
1 'I beasts and not from one another alone, but on the
1 of tjyi But what else does Dr. Draper Sly have reached
I They bad no penitentiaries nor prism demagogue, eason their profits I RELIEFAND ..
I the Roman because
the I He says that proportions is: '
camps, no guilitfces, no thumb- kind in aU such colossal
in I is is the instinct of their men in their em- SPEEDY CURE
nor other relics oJ religious hey have so many
f That I ages and in all countries made polito they are supposed to I -.
--FRIDAY, orture.Columbus believed that he had discovered -: cal capital by attacking iadustri: torment sake a profit on every mans: labor, "My baby was about nine months
Rock engageda hid rash on her face i d
I I rapital. when she
persons old
\ -"' a new paradise. The woods I We find this hysteria sweeping he same as other feet. Her feet seemed to irritate ii .
were redolent with the perfume ol all occupations. most especiallnights. ., '
A grelt
: \ the United States today. for .
Rev. O. asser- over set his trap Theywould
and the song of birds. The Like the man who
Ttto preached 6'"o++ a nation spices i hue and cry is being raised again; the Herald hits I 10 cause her to be
streams were pure and limpid and almost ic coons, the editor of .. broken of her rest,
it is
of trade .ndustrial capital. and andomin'
"g'wine and sometimes she
abounded in fish. he Standard Oil people .
fa The Miami :' possible for capital invested in would cry until she
f : There was no "private ownershipn I obtain'air a :' + was tired out. I had
ac"I Flagler has> business, the soil." channels of trade to holares He ends his article by saying that always used Cuti
country .1 trial before our courts. See of i cura Soap myself,
on the Key the price
There was no squalor nor want, nor if they would decrease and had heard of
in all the courts sot
than the 1 the fearful dread of want, on the one I our oil they would benefit the whole peo- I many cures by then
; age I ,of our country! "golden r Cuticura Remedies
The Florida the! to the
]hand nor "predatory: wealth" on would live up
t resolutel pIe>
that that I thought I
nation endure 9
Chris- Can a
1 1r pany is I \ entitled to its promised
other. to the rich rule. and be would give them a
building in 14 refuses to mete out justice of the article trial. The improve.mentwasnottceable
story The Indian had builded no cities the and the local; I eward.. yet in the beginning '
spiritual and the poor sin of
lived the great
have nor temples of worship. He IJ I Hike? the editor says in a few hours, and before I had used "
A New I I shacks. He had invented no alpha the Ir. Rockefeller and his associates in one box of the Cuticura Ointment her feet
cultiva : Quoting the words of Napoleon of and have never troubled her
tooth of the bet. He had founded no philosophY was in lowering the price were well
editor of the Punta Gorda Heral since. I also ued it to remove whatis
a ring. The 'and was a total stranger to the tlnE established the only I oil and crushing out competition. known as "cradle cap" from her
and says that Christ i Herald worked like charm it
the a as
arts good many others, head, and it
Tyre, enduring kingdom but we subin Like a dor cleansed and healed the scalp at the same
e ,: San Mateo and As poetized by Alexander Pope: hat large standing armies, great is going to damn them "if they time. Now I keep Cuticura Ointmenton

fine new don't." hand in case of any little rash orinsect
if they
] great-' "'Lo! the poor Indian, whose untutc'- ships of war swords guns and the, bites, as it takes out the inflammation .
3d subscribing to peoples ed mind ver ready revolver are not symbols 01 The Herald ends its article in sa'ing at once. Perhaps this may be
i laudable effort contributed of helping other suffering
have the means
founda- Sees God in the clouds, or hears biD 11 he kingdom Christ established. that these men babies. Mrs. Hattie Currier, Thozsaa-
fut of this
since in the wind; nothing to the real greatness ton Me., June 9, 1906."

i insignifi Science never tang it I nation. but on the contrary their .
According His soul, proud Lucretius and his followers dentat -

p formation : to stray Creation is the work of an AU.1 conduct has a direct tendency doomed class to place, toII I CUTI CURA-THE SET $b.
schools in the establish- Far as the solar walk or milky way!; : Vise Being because every human wars t(! our country in ,

rollment of : I and I Yet simple nature to his hope has gi,,- not supplied ready to hand.oving J which Venice and Carthage once I Ii Consisting of Cuticura Soap

England enBehind Father they say, if he coulrecent (I i i proudly belonged. Ointment and Pills.A .

The Tampa are what 'I' the cloud-topped hill an bun }_ it. would not compel his: chills -I i i Is giving millions to the promotion single set is often sufficient to cure

dt that the the pre- bier heaven; Iren to dig and delve and "earn thei'r i jof education, nothing? Is carrying on the most torturing, disfiguring, itching,

1 hibits the Christian Some safer world in depth of wood of their face." colossal trade, nothing? Is giving employment burning, and scaly humors, eczemas, '- .}..
Ii read by the sweat rashes, and irritations, with loss of
tion except at embraced, Sir Richard Blackmore, one of th e to labor, and paying big hair, from infancy to age, when all

legislature.Mr. Rocke j Some happier island on the water into vers e wages nothing? Has Mr. Flagler I other remedies and even the best physicians
arty English poets puts fail. Guaranteed absolutely pure.
have waste, he contention of the Lucretians in :a j I contributed nothing to the upbuilding
i I \ External and Internal Treatment for
f ) to! Where slaves once more their natii e I ather pleasing waHe. says: of this state? Is converting a wilder- Every Complete Humor of latacts.Children and Adults consists -.
1 of Cuticura Niap (25c.) to Cleanse the Skm.Cuticura
principal : op- land behold.So I ness into fruitful fields and orchards i Ointment( Oc.)to Heal the sklaand> c arena -
I Resolvent (5Oc J. (in the form of Chocolate
Coast Line of pro- friends torment no Christiai 1S You ask us why the soil the thistl e nothing? Is advertising the resources Coated Pills. 2oc p"rvialof 60) to Punly the Btoui.
*, I Sold UumK&out the world. Potter Drug&Ctesi
steam yacht: i thirst for gold. breeds, of the state, nothing? Is building pa- Corp- !Sole Prope.. Boswn Mass

a be a beauty. : at tie I To be. contents his natural desire, I Vhy its spontaneous birth are thorn, latial hotels and making Florida during w itiiisd l area How to Cure&ia and Scafr

f a I He asks no angel's wing, no seraph, S and weeds the winter season what Switzer-I

Willis J. ', : by gel fire; Why for the harvest it the harrow land is in summer, to the world,.noth-\\I Frank Mayes, editor of the P ns3.- \

s both legs they not But thinks, admitted to that equal needs? ing? Is bridging the ocean. ; cola Journal, has the backbone and

which acquii, sky The Author might a nobler world hay engineers to be one of the great enter nerve of a real editor. In a lengthy

ern Railway. which His faithful dog shall bear him con made, prises of the century nothing? and powerful editorial in a recent is

1 ?n SOOO pany." :I In brighter dress the hills and Tale I The rich men of Venice and Car, sue of his paper he comes out

hors arrayed, :
a and the Itdiaa thage did not give colossal fortune:! straight for prohibition. In a soon
A couple 1 I or To all intents purposes And all its face in flowery scenes displayed -
:I I II was living as Adam and Eve in to public benefactions. town like Pensacola it requires tore
New York to sell! I ;
I before the fall, slothful wh than moral courage to do tc& it
i the Garden of Eden Men are not servants
ins suits for I and the I The glebe untilled might plenteou
; guileless and 'innocent. How long he refuse to bury their talents, but, 01 strikes direct to the pocket. We have
The 4"t" of brigto crops have borne,
farmed in ; over the : had lived on these shores is a mermatter I And brought forth spicy groves it the contrary, employ them to usefu I I admired Mr. Mayes for his honesty

A : of speculation but it is safe to 'I and beneficent purposes.It and freedom from corrupting infiaences .
they are to a thir i I stead of thorn:
c valuE : say that had he never been discovered I Rich fruit and flowers, without the is to this class of men that Chris ever since we have been read-

t A New profit of a : by the "white man"-the civilize+ gardener's pains, gave his commendation in one of his; ,' ing his excellent paper, and his last
; "untutored mind" woul+ I I incomparable to hold him in still higb-} .,
because a I two men, !' man-his Might every hill have crowned, hay marked, characteristic and most move causes
still have been content to ramble I parables. er esteem. Such men as Mayes are
years are honored all the plains: : I
was asleep. f I profit, and< : within the limits pronounced by Pope, I This Nature might have boasted ha I We repeat that the greatness of ai an honor to the profession.-Wauchula -

I 'with the I make : and if it be true that "ignorance is; I the Mind i nation is found along the lines of in Advocate. .

I i time to grow as bliss," he would perhaps, have bees I Who formed the spacious universe designed ,, dustrial enterprise; along the path Hon. George G. Mathews says that

c publican I Harris. I all the happier for it. lof peace when the temples of Janus; [f he enters the gubernatorial race te

e Commoner. I :: believe I Had the Indian been swept o2 these+ That man. from labor free, as well as I are securely closed; it is found it Kill go in to win. He will give the

, or not, if shores by some fatal malady he woul grief, I tent, and field, and shop; it is fount people such a campaign that beside itDavis's

Ocala = in ac-: have left behind him no trace of his: Should pass in lazy luxury his life." where the atmosphere is dense from and Browanl's will appear

distinction he fall i existence except his bones that may] I the smoke of puffing engines and the taine. :

lug out" philan have escaped the ravages of time. There have been fault finders since+ I sea white with sails; the builders of]
guns were ; any! S the creation of the world, and will, t: a nation are the men and the womet Four Thousand Acres of Potatoes.Ed .
continue to be, and it is all right il,
The country i When the Moors were driven out of'i ; behind the keyboard loom and throt J. Seymour was in the city for \
recent + told by registering kicks, they can better;I tie-the men who have laid bare the
be a Chris'i Spain by the Christians we are I a short time this morning. He reports -
their conditions. We are now, and have al fruitful womb of
ing it to the by another United States historianDr. the universe and everything fiourinshing at Hastings -
i of cranks and I
s. there with ons,, John W. Draper, that they wen ways been, tolerant i have linked the forces of nature to and stated that he thought about

paign.-Fort universities I: living in palatial homes with glass kickers.All I man as his servant and handmaiden, tOOl acres would be planted to Irish ,

,. luxuriant bath experience shows that labor. "
remark tiled floors, Augustine
\ i windows I potatoes this winter.-St.
Avocados sweat from the brow, is
I away other'1 and other articles of usefulness and which wrings II I Governor Broward was here yesterday Record.
to the city t conducive to man's happiness isives t
\i observe l. splendor. I but somehow neglected to ask -
store and him a good appetite and a splendid -
I bene Cordova boasted of more than twc our opinion of an extra; session. The Knights of Pythias are: holding
with the d digestion, and puts him in fin>
tf' number I hundred thousand houses and more Jacksonville Floridian. a convention: in Jacksonville:
low the I After sun,. : shape to enjoy rest and sleep. Th
f' and his as- i than a million inhabitants. .
finer size 1 walk through it foi.1 toiler and the somnambulist artstrangers. .
,, an annua set a man might

I,'. previous paying : I! would be i ten miles by the light of the public after I 1 frame. Every needs faculty exercise in for the development human 9 9JJ1* tCa (19 y 9e.I .

the pric< lamps. Seven hundred years i
i: with a view : much as one 14 and it is development that That
they; this there was not as hacking cough continues .
\ -Tropical benevolent public lamp in London and the rulers I ]makes men and nations great. } r.)
exhausted andlJl
od in the,. of Germany. France and England !i your system

Gov. many pec r, lived in windowless and chimneyless ;' This pap-r said that the "true and your power: of resistance weakened.Take 4

I in that he I world. hut.with a hole in the op of the roof ,enduring greatness:: of a nation com-, .j
Scott's Emulsion.It f
partisanship enable Mr. for the smoke to escape like the wig- through the: silent! and pulsating channels
against : vast sum; ,: warns of the Indians. Cordova's of nail--. builds? up and strengthens your sn&e syitea:.

terie of I number of streets were solidly paved. Learning ; The editor jf the Puira: Gorda H....raId rr; t .. 9

}1l' may \ that he had reached a high degree and geography retort "hat is, througi1"rnalir.y }: .t contains Cod Liver Oil Hyptphoiphile 3 co A

.-!;,'riff did! rate of pro!- : and algebra and other advanced through ;h"? worship' and acquirement > prepared that it is easy: to take and eav to direst XJ !

h<- iV.t; that the Chris studies were taught in The- schools ot the Al:.lLy:; Dollar"Whj ; All DRUGGISTS: SOc AND $1 CO t1 3Wbuy

\ iulatictu: : of I.I The} They had brass globes, showing that '. ?h,_" .:.I a man in trade ursarilj ,:,. ,. 6 66 66 O
1 J'.L' : ., 0& "'<'f ... "U __ 444r
,I too much they already had a knowledge of the ii.- \ -! .ll. why ihe chara-d c; S" .. ... :

". therefore, spherical form of the earth and Draper with wor-h.i'ping:! ;be almiz ity d'j:: !respecia. ---

1 luivernor; j I of be says a model of an engine was ..}' :r i.e dots not horde h:" a -

I u.tr..'? if T' i i : discovered in one of their schools. cumu'.a'i'n-, jut pu's :h.. .: to n-..: ..

iin' lu- arts 'I Harris Medicine surgery and dentistry: were ;I instead (>uaoule;, purpos?

I'I'I primary ht men. the]. practiced. The tanning of leath-!' : The ed.tur; of the Puna Gonia n<'

Su n<'man to the rea]1 : had reached a high state of perfectionand aid charge: that tht- purpose of t!.>. )

The \)\ : but on th< the fabrics of the looms are not :I article of tOcala! Banner was -::.. *,- 9c4

him and has a direr t ,, even excelled in our day. I ply a plo)1' Mr.: Rockefeller an.i L.: -

er.kbo I in thE+ : The Moors left their impress on the i ie class and hen goes on to say tha: .t

mary at Vent< i civilization of the world that will endure I! these m-n would oe satisfied with an
I :
when the belonged.l. as long as we have a written annual dividend of 10 per cent, any';
language. i instead of giving large benefactor.; AND LAST

The II i f I to colleges, would reduce the pr':r ,-

I wising R. \ REJOIN:! Mr. Henry George attributed the+ of kerosene oil, they would do a rVbenevolence :: :

nity given decline and final downfall of the Re I and benefit everybo-h

assured is dis man Empire to the private ownership] I The "Dutchman's one per cen:.. ;- ry g4

es him.- we are told of the soil All the lands finally became familiar to all persons in trad" iviean $ made o all who

Ocala : Washing' concentrated in the hands of i a I FiftY per cent, thirty-three and: a

have said welcomed to I: few and the great mass of the people third per cent and twenty-S'.e p." or wear them. In style

and l cent. are not regarded as ex'or ,ions' ease and ,
Mr. \ mild, guile were not firmly rooted to the soil, i durabiht. t Shield Brand Shoe"toe
contrary, became aliens. profits in certain articles (yf'rallI !- the mark of

editor I yet tasted of: Dr. Draper says that the concentration -I any more than eight per cent .-: r- BOLD BY LI perfection, :

I impressed I knowledge; if: i of power and increase of immorality -I garded as usury for the use of money BL ERGt1r N7S ONLY

Ocala i i1Ilr. : adorn them proceeded witb equal step. Fits 11' in certain localities. We na.e a, MsC1 KtSE Co. Manufa c t nrels.
of fig leaves: earlier ages, the Roman domino l'run up against these conditionana: ATLANTA CA.

justice in parents. was exercised by a few thousand pet'- will, perhaps, continue to doo an For Sale by

pear as entirely sons; then it passed into the hands oj f til the'end of time, at least, until rue MARION SHOE COMPANY

> evidently \ life, a score of families; then it was sus end of our time

f J' the Park same: in common. tamed for a moment by a few indivic So if the profits we have named are .

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!JMPTUARY LAWS .- care to get what they want. and get I fort by the church to extend its dominions I 11 VW/VWVV. .......,.'VV'. V"-... 1Ml1. VV1 lThos .....AA.A.AA..

it strong. I j and perpetuate its power ty !
This is written at the suggestion Of i "What we are free to do WP slight, invoking the aid of arbitrary and intolerant ;

the editor of the Courier-Journal, who What is forbidden whets the app laws and decrees. Thes'

desired an expression from one who I tite." I II laws and decrees have producde muct H. Keating

had no connection with or interest in I Any form of prohibition or reslric- tyranny and bloodshed. The plain .! .

tion beats most heavily upon the singing Covenanter drew his sword u
the business which !
sumptuary laweffect. I! i iI slay the unbeliever the fires of
; poorer classes, the rich being always ;

I able to secure whatever position the Smithfield were lighted to save men':; .

The discussion of so threadbare a I. wish. No one can question the sincerity II souls, and too axe has fallen thai I

subject may be ad nauseum; however, I of Mr. Gladstone as to temper, truth might prevail. Though the !, & Companyl

as a great temperance wave is sweep ance; in 1SC4 he wrote: "How can I, I church has ceased, to a great degreeto '

+ '' lug over the country, and apparently]; who drink good wine and bitter beer assume the infallibility of its OWE :

a strong endeavor is being made tc all my life, in a comfortable room and theological beliefs: it has not ceased : '

secure extreme legislation, it is wel! among friends, coolly stand up and to enact other beliefs of an equally;' I to Strauss & Co.

that the public should have Ilea I advise hard-working fellow creatures doubtful kind. Though it no longer I l .

and ful perception of what is pt'nding.1: to take the pledge?" Here is a goo presumes to coerce men for then '

so that no legislation may be enacted I spiritual good, it still thinks itself ,
rule, not to put into the law prohibitions : '
'which gives no promise of we do not ourselves called upon to coerce them for their I
respect. l
lye solution of the liquor quetsion.1 material good, not seeing that one i is WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS I
The The state has, it is said by some, as I
anti-saloon league of state as useless and as unwarrantable as:
to its end, the realization of the best .
has annccjjiced that for the present it the other. While recognizing to ito;
life of the individual. But what is too
would '.*'Jt move for a prohibition law fullest extent the importance of cultivating .
best life? We cannot define it; we
similar to that enacted in Georgia,, Christian virtues in a republican -
cannot formulate it in any word oi Ocala Florida
but "it would hail the dawn of such community, it is an error to
phrase. It is differently conceived ,
a day, and to that end we are constantly maintain that our republicanism is
and appears in new forms, and changes }
at work, and that we shall predicated on Christian elemetrs
as humanity advances. To guard ;a '
surely attain." Will prohibition attain whether one looks to the dogmas or
citizen against aggression in his life,, CASE WHISKEY.
its purpose? Can it be attained except the ethics, the theory or practice ot Per Gallon. SPECIAL fOUR
liberty and is
at too great an expense and with property a tolerably Christianity. Whatever religious restraint Star Rye . . . .$1.50 Per Qt. Bottle.
simple matter; to regulate, directly; I; Red Rock Rye . . . 1.T5 :
out more harm than can be compensated or indirectly, his personal habits, is I is imposed by the state upon Keystone . . . 2.001 QUART OFFER e 11 e Isle . . ... ...$ ..75I >>

by any possible benefit? its citizens, is done for its own sake, Belle Isle . ... . . 2.50 I King of Kentucky .. ... .. .. .73
The states that have an infinitely complicated matter. and for the sake of the church.and Leg Cabin .. ., ". 3.00 FOR $- 90 I I Uncle Joe .. .. . .. .. .. 1.00
adopted laws Legislation should be founded, noon not Keating's Pride ... . . 3.00 i 1 Strauss Royal Reserve ... 1.00
to prevent their citizens from drinking purely on reasons of economic expediency Monogram . .. .. ... . 3.50 We will send Old Maryland Rye .. . .. 1.00
alcoholic liquors have found the fears and follies and prejudices and public interest. Let iu- ; Uncle: Joe . . . . 3.50 express | Old Harvest Corn . .. .. 1.00
prohiMtion of men but on reason, on the sense Pilgrimage . ." . *:-00 prepaid fnll quarts of Pilgrimage .. . .. . .. 1..3>>
to be a failure. and by tacit maintain that noble principle established Fern Hill 5.00Strauss'76 I.I I! Cascade .. .. ... 1.25 .:
consent, treat it as a farce. Prohibitory of right, and be so free as to restrain by the fathers of our countrythe l ... ::. ::. ::: ::: .. 5.00 STRAUSS I X White Oak . .. 'oo. .. ,oo.. 1.25 '-
the people in no moral right, and yet I CORN WHISKEY. --- I' Fern Hill .. .. .. .oo ... 1.50 '
laws have been fully tested and so firm as to protect them from every II separation of church and stateIt Tennessee Corn . . .n.5oFOR $3. 0 Strauss' 76( . . . .. 1.50 ,
proved impracticable and detrimental is manifest that this temperance : North Carolina Corn . . 1.151' Old Oscar Pepper (not in bond). 1.50 -
moral wrong. All history attests the I '' Statesville Corn . . . We will send expressprepaid Planters' . . .. .. 1.50 s
; experience proving such laws fact that law never reforms men's; crusade derives its principle support Mountain Corn . . :.50)I 4 fall quarto of Black and White Scotch ., .. :goo
cannot be enforced, and even where from the Protestant churches. Heaven Old Harvest Corn .. .. 3.90 Mt Vernon .. . ,. . 1.75
habits. One of the greatest delusions STRAUSS ROYALRESERVE
the attempt has been honestly antzealously forbid that the history of priestridden : GIN.
of this age, as of all past ages is the GIN.
made, it has simply added I countries may ever come to pass Swan Gin . . . . .,U-50
fallacious idea that the passage of all : Tom Gin . . .. . 1.75 Per Qt. Bottle. :'
to the of the people, by be in this blessed land ,
arbitrary, coercive laws will reform I Iinllh'iduals and repeated Holland Gin . . to . ;9.000 S3.50W London Dock Gin .. .. .J .75
compelliif a resort to fraud, smuggling and the evils and of civil and religious liberty. l:1yWt. Crown Gin . ., .. FOR Tom Gin .. ... .. . ,.. 1.00
deception, to evade the opera remove never be compelled, in the words Perfection Gin . .. .. ... 3.W will send 4 full t s. Holland Gin ., . .. .. ., 1.00
abuses afflicting every department ol RUM. q Phosphate Gin ., .. . 1.50 -
tion of a law which they deemed un life. Ever since society existed dis of Mr. Watterson. "to live under a I New England Rum . . ..::.50 OLDHARVEST Booth Tom Gin . . .- . 1.50'

just. The observance of such laws appointment has been preaching "put rule of modern clericalism, which i if Jamaica Rum . .. 3.00 MALT WHISKEY.
obtained by force may be the crystalzatlon }- it could have its bent and sway would BRANDY. COIN Per Bottle.
not your trust in legislation and yet
of error, and even if they are I If revive for us the priest-ridden systems l Blackberry Brandy . . ,$1.50 The best goods to be Daffy's Pure Malt .. . .. ..$1.00
f .4/ right, but really not accepted the re I. that trust seems scarcely diminished; of the middle ages." Calvinistic Apple Brandy . . . 3.00 had for the money I Bowman's . . .. .. 1.00 -
and every day reappears the belie! Peach Brandy . . . 3.00California I
suit would be hypocrisy and intellectual : doctrines in politics would turn our Cognac . . . 3.00 I SWEET GOODS.
that government omnipotence will effect FOR $6.00 Per Gal.
and moral deadness. For a time, end desired. laws into a Draconion moral code, reminding WINE. I Peach and Honey "a" grade $1.50

like a new broom, they may sweep: any us of Browning's lines: Catawaba" Wine . .. .$1.50 We will send express i I Peach and Honey "aa" grade 2.00
Herbert Spencer held legislation Port Wine . . . 1.50 prepaid full quarts of i Rock and Rye "a" grad . 1.50
clean, but when tried for any length "Twenty-nine distinct damnations, Blackberry Wine . . . 1.50 Rock and Rye "aa" grade . 2.00
of time, prove to be futile and sink 1 "to be one of the weakest instruments: Sherry Wine . . . . 1-50 STRAUSS FAMOUS Orange Brandy . . . 3.00
for the class of moral One sure, if another fails.: . . 3.00
into "innocuous desuetude." The irrepressible I deeper re Imported Port Wine . . 4.00 Banana Brandy :
. 76" DYE I . . 3.00
tendencyof human na I forms." In its preventive policy the The advocates of prohibition are Imported Sherry Wine . 4.00 I, ,i I Apricot Brandy -

ture is to rebel at the enforcement of' government, says Burke, "ought to be actuated by the opinion that alcohol

Irrational, puritanical laws and under sparing of its efforts and to employ in all its forms and under all circum '

democratic forms of government I means rather few, for in this kind ol stances, is a positive poison; that the
officious universal interference, what ThOSe B. Keating & GOll
a law is not permanently enforceable use and drinking of stimulants is : }
in odious ends alwaysin
when a considerable body of the public begins power wrong per se, and consequently deem 4
do not consider the act forbidden contemptible imbecility. Mil! it their duty, not merely to abstain

as Immoral in itself. and are unwill holds that the state can never rightly themselves, but to coerce their less Ocala Florida

ing to yield obedience to it. In such interfere: with "that part of a persons: enlightened fellow mortals from using : ;

cases the #minorities are powerless. conduct which merely concerns him them. There are acts wrong in them- I

Prohibition is a law in theory, but self." The proper place where tern selves, such as the theologians call i

ty not a law in practice;; a law which no perance ought to be taught and practically mala per se; then there is another I VVWH_ ____
exercised is at home, not only I
one would alter: in word and no one class of misdeeds are not natur- .
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-a atious interference with the habits and moral suasion will accomplish quia prohibita., wrong because prohib spasmodic reforms are sporadic, un better governed, better regulated, a STRAYED-One black cow and

and customs of the people, even: when what laws and legislation never ited. These are law-made crimes, as steady, intermittent. The effervescence country in which justice more fully I heifer marked staple fork, under bit

these habits and customs are entirely will. distinguished from natural: or moral |I is too capricious and artificial prevails, renders man himself more I in one ear, under square, upper bit

consistent with good citizenship and Opposition to sumptuary laws has: : crimes. In a free government this l to be permanent. They soon subside, and more restrained. The superior in the other, branded "B." Has been

l when, like Jupiter they have thundered conditions of society: improve his I with my cattle about three
welfare. Prohibition was long been a tenet of the democratic class of crimes should be kept as years.
the public
the first crude effort of an aroused party. It is a democratic axiom that small as possible. State interferencehere I all around the sky, and the people,, moral condition; his external well-be- Owner can have same by paying for

morality deal with a most difficult ttr best governed people are those except by judicious surveillanceand like Mercury, come out from their ing meliorates and refines his self-re- this advertisement, and other expenses. -

and complex problem, and has proveda least governed; that the science ol; regulation, is the exercise of an hiding places to discover that it was spect and self-control. The melioration C. Milligan, Anthony, Fla. 4tw

failure in its moral aims and aspir legislation is the science of tuochingas arbitrary power, the essence of which only! stage thunder and has accomplished of man's external condition hasa ses. C. MILLIGAN",

ations, resulting in not benefit: to the lightly as possible the freedom of;! is caprice, a tyrannical power, the essence nothing but confusion. corresponding influence upon his I I 9-15-41w Anthony Fla.
morals his individual character it I
to the state. In all the the citizen in his individual, domestic of which is oppression and in There is a certain class; of citizens ; II
individual or I -
is the result of the authority of good
mankind the only prohibi and personal action. The mania: for justice.Is who feel called on to set right the disarticulated

.' tion that has ever come within sight regulating everything does not spring the use of alcoholic beverage the times in which they live; examples and the power of habit. HANDY MOTH PAPER
These founded the fact that
is that of Mohammed and from a democratic root. It is characteristically ogre that it is depicted to be? If temperately men who claim the divine sanction of are upon
of success exterior circumstances, if good and A moth destroyer and disinfectant.
Buddhism, 'thou shalt not buy or sell monarchial to oversea used, is it not as harmlessand truth for the conceptions of their own I Placed under carpets or in the fold
ri'ct"iany intoxicating all, to intermeddle with all like an legitimate as other articles of fancy. The amount of evil that can reasonable tend surely to social melioration of furs and clothing it drives away
give or and sooner or later to moral moth and worry Twelve sheets In a
\' I f. drink." This Is the fifth commandment Argus, with an hundred eyes, and a food and nourishment? Can its moderate be brought about by thoroughly hon results of the same nature and beau packet, carriage prepaid, 10 cents;
I the Buddhist Decalogue. Local Briare.'u'Ith an hundred: hands. The : use be considered a moral or legal est and well-meaning men who are six packets, 50 cents, if druggist doe
of I
ty.-Boyd Winchester, in Louisville not have it.
of government is ? convinced of the righteousness
unlike prohibitory royal conception wrong so entirely
option laws, I Courier-Journal, September 14th. Madigan Powder Works, Selection sot
laws, do not confine the wholly different that of a felt presence in the daily lifsof There are a thousand things which of their own convictions and the Clarksville. Iowa.

issues: of saloon regulation and every citizen, directing his manner one ought not to do, though the right wisdom of their own measures, that
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personal abstinence, and no doubt im- of life, telling what he shall eat and I or propriety_ of others to hinder him they are driven to regard anyone who I I II

communities laws which drink and wear; this monarchial idea from doing them has no just founda- differs' from them as not only foolish, I
l>ose upon -
public opinion will not suffer to be has been defined by writers on government tion.: but unpatriotic and morally' wicked, !

constantly from Aristotle down. It postulates If it is right to decree that man is wonderful. None are so intolerantas '
enforced. Local option Sold KNIGHT & LANG Ocala Fin
growing more carefully restrictiveand : ; a government agent _standing may drink lemonade but not beer, cider those who suffer from a delusionof by ,

in supervision, aims at the side of every citizen to see tot but not whiskey. why not the fancied perfection, who bear the
stringent behaves. It is the direct beef and prohibit of YOJ: see these words on nearly every wagon that drives by your
to draw the line that he i equal right to permit aggrieved air good men compelledto
whenever practicable I door, and the same could be said of Carriages, Buggies and Harness.
of the traffic which opposite of the repubican dream and mutton, to allow potatoes and forbid live in a wicked world. Utopian
between that pan to be prohibit- ideal. I cabbage? Mohammed forbade politics create an arbitrary mechanism There mast: be a reason for this-and there is-a good one: When we
public safety which if evil at all, I Jefferson did not consider government pork, Pythagoris forbade beans and which has no life, no vi'ality: no I began doing;: business: with the people cf this vicinity we decided to
t.1 and I that part itself the of fruit and short- handle only a line of goods that would need no apology. The result
and indirectly! so tow as being in source the Hindoos prescribe vegetables -I possible enforcement: and i it
ttoo remotely beneficent for rational t is apparent already. We reasoned that we could not afford to handle!
with individual all good and presumably : as the only Ii ved. like"Goodness II
.; al Llllr.--. inu-ru-rence:: every: I wherever its power was felt but as : Concluded on Fourth Page the Shears, Sawbuck & Co.'s, or mail order house quality cf goods,
trusts ,
tt- This saloon111'It'n I beneficial only so far as it was necessary : beings. Wine and spirits have been I grown to a plenary" as we must do business with our neighbors and not with customers a
coum.mut to handle its own Dies of i'sown too much. thousand miles distant. .Our lines have been carefully selected. Our |
regulating the :sale of liquorueeur.liug : to pre\eu one man from encroaching drunk since Father Noah pressed out I
\ \ : desires and : upon the liberty and I the first bunch of grapes and will be One of tlie plainest duties of a citizen

to the its result own has been, as rights: of another; and a< carrying drunk as long u>: this world of ours in the tvl i or popular governmenti WHITE HICKORY FARM,' AND TURPENTINE

iu'tdaunt know the facts, an with it great possibility of mischief will bring forth the tru:, of the vine ( > hui>eulne-s.; and to regard pessimI -
grw'd by all effective and impartial I whenever its interft-rtuce: : was pushedbeyond tad the corn of the land. 'u be tttu- aa cr:i.>.inal! weakness. Morality rf WAGONS .vw

nt'ragtIf its JUSt limits. We are not porarily enjoyed and gratefully ac- never lived in the hearts of so many I
everything I full line of
enfouemeut far above are built and sold en honor. We carry a
law looked for under statu- i saying: that the ends aimed at by the. knowledged. In spite: of auy legislation millions! a:; at this moment There: is

that could cun-tmrional be prohibition. I 1 universal mralatorsi are not good. It : the human rate will contmr.e to not as, much drunkenness airong the EVERYTHING IN' VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIES
ton or truth that persecution I may be that \\e: all ought to he cut : follow Pauls a'< !ir? to Tr.roth! ; for pt'i'ltir.' ainoi.4ht, rte'.. among the

Th.- familiar prescribed, after one pan era. and that state interference an enft.e led Iigt-; ,,' .,-:: poor' a, -hiii': w a-' t u'.t' '.", "ago. The We have HARNESS for the Florida mule as well as for the $1000
aid. rather than of the: general. ought to be indefinitely At regular intervals we are visited forms under: which morality is professed i driver. See us for anything in our lines and we assure you that we will
>t.. a part '
diM-iriuf. often does indirectly .'I\ multiplied; oulwe ought to leave with a fanatical! wa\A of reform. and practiced, may chanae and strive to please you and "make good." Yours very truly.

-t{ith ,tat l.Matiou whence all this i. !b..t its- :-t>:'iT ran nt -"'.>'r: '.."'
of that which it: i ourselves in no doubt :i\h."pn; -: o\-ir tu> ei'\t\! au t :u :tsin gary

the reverse: is very difficult comes and whither it will go :f un. \l 11.,!,1.\ .' ''ItL! t'' a't' ;.- ':- u''l'i 1: a :>:. oai. t.*.\ ."' ,<"',r- "".t A :'1 i '; .:, ::1 KNIGHT & LANG.

darn. th it"I 'not aims impossible to do. It to enforce laws"I checked. ,,'net,: M i v'I >'f I'. < 1,u\\ .1.....-t' "'X. : : .:. .q' < \ .: ". I

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would be best of moral or religious que::; r

auother themMake ,class thinks I' tions is to be much regretted. Religion i Pains at the waist, back, front, or side, are nearly sure proof of female trouble.

for laws forbidding a man to or morals cannot be enacted. Some other signs are headache, pressing down pains, irregular functions, restless-

drink, and he will drink in spite of show it, !I and the or blending covertly of with them political, even quc.'otions remotely At ness, cold limbs nervousness, etc. These pains may be allayed, the system braced

for w other reason than to the functions the use of
i! 7fco"d independence. The or political parties, far from accomplishing and womanly regulated by
aud :
: t
{it J ublesome you make it for him j any good purpose, hat >
more he strives to get !t much to do with producing demorah-

to ot.tathe: harder if Eve's atten- zation in both. Wine of CarduiMrs.
it It !? ,,-obable the
of prohibition has assumed -
tion had u.-t been called to that particular I j The question

would never have eat- :; the form of a quasi-religiou-,

tree,rt.they as there was probably i commingling ecclesiastical and cij \ :lt'1I Annie Hamilton, of StetsonvilleVis.., writes : "Cardui saved meW

,'nough? (row and better fruit all around j functions. Christ teaches us that A from the grave after three (3)) doctors had failed to help me. It is a good medicine

ht'lll. vMl j( there is a dominion of Caesar and has a t and I recommend it to all suffering women." For sale at all druggists, in $1 bottles.
zest, since theda1 dominion of the church; alS
!, r this additional do with the church uor "' *toiayfcra free copy of valuable! 64-CatIllustrated Book for Wom n. If Jot ned MeiicalAJII -
the to
of Eden, has accompanied I nothing lTE US A lETTERyrit. de cr.be your 5)aptoms,satin j age,3:1.t reply will be sent in pUin! sea et enveJ pe. AJJress:
orhuld.-u fruit. If people have has the church anything to do with Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Meiane Co.. Uatty xgi, ; Tean. J-li

rating they will take Caesar.: In history we read of the et-
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EVINSTON, BOARDMAN AND Me-] The young ladies went up to do on:.. BOOM FOR FORT McCOY "

INTOSH shopping.Mrs. Snowden' and :Miss MyrtK Two New Turpentine Plants-Big I O. K. GROCERY '

Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Sutherland went to Ocala Friday to Sawmill to be Erected-The Ocala wwr,. at' wq:..w.'rwq,1.. S, frCts.

do some shopping. I i] Northern Soon to be Running
Mr. Carter of North Carolina has I AND GROCERIES
Mr. J. L.ck, the registration 'j STAPLE fANCY
bought the old Briggs home, near Ev- Special Cor. Ocala Banner: \.
man has returned tome. I lju inston, from Mr. J. Wolfenden, and
i Mr. W. R. Roddenberry, a success- Messrs. Hodges & O'Hara of BuSalo Ocala Florida, Sept. 19, 1907 ,
will soon move to it. ..,1
I ful farmer from the York section represented j Bluff were here last week, looking >_, ,
Some hard, soaking rains have fallen
his community in the Brick I iover their lands with a view to es- Dear Madam-T
in this section causing oranges
i I City Thursday. j I j tabishing a plant to extract: spirits of that will no
to split. i I We have received a nice lot of new goods
Mrs. W. D. Graham of Ocala is visiting j t turpentine creosote etc., from the
Mr. F. G. Sampson went down to'
this week at Carter's Pond. i stumps and tops of the pines where doubt be of interest to you.Don't .
Ocala today on business. :Mr. Samp- :
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. T. Carter are 'I the logs have been removed by mill until have read this letter
eon looks well after taking a rest for j lay this paper aside you
visiting their daughters, Mrs. Sam I men. Such aa enterprise will be a

a couple of months. Neal and Mrs. W. W. Geiger, at Gei- ': novelty in this section as well as give through, for you might find some article that you can't get from
Mr. Porter, who has been for some
time associated with Christian and 'ger. 1 employment to a large force of bands, your regular dealer ( i f we1 re not so fortunate as to be your grocer1))

I Miss Belle Haycraft will teach the as they own fifty-six thousand acres ,
Dickson has sold out has interest in I: Eaton Creek school, over in the Gra- I: of land here. We will head the list with Curtis Bros. Pure Maple Syrup in

that store and bought an interest in
hamville and Connor section of the I At a meeting of the directors of the pint and quart bottles. It is guaranteed absolutely pure.
a store at Quincy, where he will go :
county. The school will open Mon Fort McCoy Cemetery Association.
Into business with Mr. Monk Waites Also Individual Plum Pudding and in one pound cans.
I' da held Saturday. it was decided to notify

formerly of Mclntosh. Mr. Porter y.Mr.. and Mrs. James Carter of Car all persons who have loved ones Potted Tongue and Deviled Ham in quarter-pound tins. Theyare
will soon move his family to his new
ter's Pond visited friends at Standard .' buried here to come at once and place
home. fine for sandwiches.
one day last week. 'I head and foot stones at the graves. It
Misses Taylor and Ferrel of Kentucky ,
Strawberries in two-pound cans.
Mr. Ernest Rawls of Marianna is is hoped that all who see this notice Preserved
are expected back in McIntosh
\ spending a few days with his grandparents this will i
will attend to matter, as it Also Preserved Grated Pineapple.
this week, where they will resume.. .
air and Mrs. C. C. Stevens. this
save the directors having work
their! positions as teachers in the it i TECUMSEH. Preserved Red Cherries (pitted ). This is the finest table
t 'to do.
public school. .. I It ,| '
| Mr. Noah Waldron, who is expecting preserves you can buy.
Miss Belle McCarley has gon to !, SPARR !
j :; I to move near Anthony soon. is
take charge of her school at Moss ![ Boned Chicken in one pound cans. Especially desirable for
;I disposing of his personal effects. The

Bluff. Special Cor. Ocala Banner: boys are having fine sport shootingfor luncheon and excursionists and will be found to core than equal >
Miss Charlotte Faunbough went to
I Possibly the last ice cream social of chickens at his shooting matches.J. of uncooked meat.
twice the amount
Ocala last week to stand her examination
the season was ttat: of Friday eight *,'. Stevens will carry a petition
preparatory to taking up her The above are all Curtis Bros goods.
in this and the Eureka district this
school duties. when a sapper was given at the
week asking the county commissioners If have ever used Seaman Bros. White Rose canned goods
Capt. and Mrs Dorsey retarded last school house for the benefit of the

week to their home at McIntosh, afj Baptist church building fund. The an early to call date.a ,wet The and dry concensus election at of you know what they are. They represent the best goods packed jAthe

ter visiting their family and friends .evening was an ideal one for the occa- opinion is that the county wiD votedry. world regardless of expense. A few of them are : !
at ML Sterling, Ky.
,sio:!, and sisething over 250 people'mposed .
Miss Annette Gist is back from herS Peaches Apricots Plums Cherries. Pineapples Peas Corn,
Mr. E. P. Rentz will open a large
the up
trip to Jamestown and looks wen after party.Besides
Beans Lima Beans Succotash
turpentine plant here in connection Stringless Asparagus AsparagusTips
her outing. the refresL eats there
with his mill i business. As most of Okra and Tomatoes Sauer Kraut Salmon, etc.
were other features of entertainment. v
the' timber has been worked
t.f';,__ BELLEVIEW_ ITEMS Miss Jessie Owens, "Queea of Rot- '.:: can be back-boxed and will yield We have Lima Beans Stringless Beans and Peas in one pound -J
land," treated the crowd to some nearly as much gum as at first. I tins which are very nice for small families. When the new pack
Special Cor. Ocala Banner.
splendid graphophone music and Ties and rails a-e now being laid I
in will have all the vegetables in
we one tins.
The cones
; most painful accident that has standing rood inside the building on the Ocala' Northern railroad and !

happened in Bellevlew" for some time junped to far above par when it was with no mishap we confidently expect We have a full line of Heinz Pickles and Preserves. Everybodyknows

occurred last Thursday about 9 a. m. :announced that Prof. Stewart of Anthony
: trains to be : ruining: up :o this place i what they are. '
When Mr. and Mrs. Pelot were turning would render a recitation. His soon. i

I the corner by Mr. Trask's store theme wa. "Trying to Fly," and to The public school will open here today I India Relish Sweet Pickles Pickled Onions Olives Sweet

;throwingtrs. I say that he is an artist in the accomplishment under the superv-.s.on of Miss Midget Gherkins Olive Oil Stuffed Olives Celery Sauce Evapo-

faintly expresses his abil-- Emily Halford, who ably i
so aught
Mr. Pelot after her.: la some way' it y. Prof. Stewart is aa old time toaster -j here last winter. rated Horse Radish Tomato Soup Pepper Sauce etc.

Mrs. Pelot's foot was caught and of the young idea the kind of j W. A. Stevens has the contract for We have too many good things to eat to begin to enumerate

) badly crushed" and broken in the ankle. -
school teacher so badly needed -
IJ' everywhere cleaning and working out the cemetery them this time. We will tell you about them later.
She was removed to her home, now.
J' and will commence work at
where she suffered! until Dr. Slaughter ;! Not a single incident occurred to'' omar :I The -getting something to eat" seems to be a great problem. It

t could come from Lt>\"On. when 1e the peace and happiness of anyone '! The sympathy of this community' won't be half so bad if you will let us help you. When
J you are
set the broken parts. but she has. and I ?
i been quite restless ever since. Her present had a jolly. good apparently time. everybody goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Tucker of in town call at our store and let us show you all these good'f
r Eureka in the loss of their little baby. I

many friends were greatly grieved at I' Ocala was represented by an auto '' who died a few days ago. I| things to eat and you will no doubt find a great many things

her misfortune, and have done all that party, headed by Mr. Lang; twenty'! :
The stork visited
Mr. and Mrs. D. '
of think of
that when
hands could do for her you never thought or you are _
loving com five or thirty young people came up : F. Simmons near Citra last Saturiday worrying over 1.

fort. It is hoped that she is doing as from Anthony, among whom was that : evening at 6 o'clock and left ai!I this eating proposition. Hoping to have the pleasure of servingyou
well as could be expected and that it :'
genial gentleman, Mr. \\ard Griffin;
bouncing boy to gladden their hearts. we are Very truly ,
will not be long before she can be' Mr. Leon Perry of Pine was )bere, as ,:. Mother and son are doing well > ,: J
of around again. 1 was Mr. Ualstead of Oak and othersfrom ,I Mr. Olin Coker of Gardner is i, rcd.tlji 6/LtJ
The Baptist revival began Sunday, : adjoining communities. I I :
spending a month here with relatives. j -

conducted by Rev. Rogers and Rev i iI I The: net proceeds of the eveningwere Master John Stevens has just returned -' i.
McLeod. It is that the meetings
I something over twenty-five dol
from a week's visit to his ,
will be largely attended and that : lars. At the close of the evening announcement !
,, brother, J. E. Stevens, of Crystal Riv-,
be I can get the colored voter to stay at tome for dinner and said said his
great good accomplished. Picnic
may was made that an ice i at Silver SpringsA
Miss Ella Ljles has been confinedto : jer. home on the election day, as very few I brother hadn't been to school. I j I
cream would be given at small
supper An-j| Mrs. H. McQuaig spent last week : and congenial of
her bed all the week on account of ; of them ever vote dry. I II Mr. L. L. Smith spent several daysin party
thony next Tuesday night for the '
1 I with ber sister, Mrs. D. F. Simmons. I I young people enjoyed a most pheasant
cannot see things as "Barkis"of II Sampson City and Gainesville last' :
sickness. Dr. Slaughter is attending I
benefit of the Baptist church there. Citra. I
near at Silver
; 'I Reddick does, as I talked with a ne week. Springs, andl on
her. Her friends hope she will soon I : I the *
Personals The fine rains lately have put the Oklawaha river
be able to get about again. I j gro preacher and other negroes be Dr. G. G. Randall of Reddick was a acr-
t Miss Edna Hollingsworth of Brow- I gardeners busy preparing and planting I noon. In the: party were Mr. O.
The surprise on the new schoolteachers 1 F!\ j fore the last wet and dry election, and visitor to our town Wednesday. B.

\ Friday night was greatly enjoyed ersville, near Arcadia, is visiting her: fall greens. j the preacher said he intended voting I Dr. Davis of Irvine was in our town Howse and Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox <

by a large crowd. Games were I' sister, Mrs. J. R. Thomas at their i j ji : Mrs. M. L. McQuaig will leave on :! wet; I thought I had succeeded in Tuesday morning.Dr. I Mr. Stephen Jewett and Miss 4 \
'I i home the steamer William Howard for As- :! I Pauline Sullivan I '
out at Rutland. Miss Mr.
played until a late hour. Rollings-1 I convincing him differently but with H. Gatrell has been quite ill for Harvey Clark f
r I I worth is a very popular and pretty itor' today, where she will spend a j, the and Miss Louise Harris and Mr. J. H. \, v
Mrs. Bradler has been suffering the wets he voted. I accused him of past week or ten days, but we are
I week with Mrs. S. J. McQuaig. Taylor and Miss
preatlyith her teeth the past week. young II so voting without any informationthat glad to say that he is improving at Scott. They
ai Ir. Hanson Halstead of Oak is visiting Mrs. H. C. Martin has been at the : went down to the
he had done springs about half =
Mr. John Odum and sisters. Misses : so, whereupon he present.
; his sister, Mrs. J. Colbert. I bedside of her daughter, Mrs. Newton I IIr. after one o'clock in the i ""
Carrie and Mattie, were down Sunday confessed too fact and offered as an I :\ W. J. Lohrig returned to his afternoon, and *
Frank P. Thomas is relatives I Covington, of Wildwood who has I as it was cloudy the
visiting apology that "when white folks mill at Dallas drive was a
; visiting Mrs. Lanier. Quite a I you last Saturday evening. particularly -
I been low I
very with typhoid fever for pleasant
at Lochloosa.
party of young people! gathered in the I want whiskey you can send for a jug Mr. J. M. Sherouse was in our town one. The afternoonwas

afternoon and had a nice time in gen i: Miss Jessie Owens leaves this week I two weeks. I full, but we poor negroes can't get Saturday.The I' spent in fishing on the river, the 1
I for Mr. H. B. Cameron, who has been crowd
an extended in the going
trip East andtiddle down '
more than a dime at time for farmers' the river about \
"ral.11 hope to see them back again i a our union had another I
i of'
states. She ; traveling over different portions twenty miles j4
will probably be in
soon. drinks and we want it where we can very successful meeting Saturday I one of the launches, :
i away from her Rutland home for : the state, has returned. | and after i
a I landing
i get it in small quantities. evening. quite a good many
month | Miss Edith Grantham, who has been !I nice fish j
BERLIN ITEMS : or weeks. they
1 i Mrs. Slims has returned from her Our school teacher was quite ill fora I expeirenced the pleas- \
'i visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and !Ij ures of
Another Social Event visit to Orlando. I few days last week, but was able to frying and eating them, and ,I
j 1
Mrs. F.
Special Cor. Ocala: Banner: L. Grantham of Silver Springs I II later on had
Mrs. Will Smith is back return to his a splendid "I
Saturday evening a jolly party of I for the week has i duties again Monday supper. .
Miss Legie Blit'h has as her guest !! young people gathered at the homeof Mrs. James past Walker, returned home. II I from New York today. morning.Mr. They indulged in a short moonlight I

at her honk at Elitchton her cousia, i l fir and Mrs. J. E. Thomas at Rut j for will leave soon {I Some of our citizens are buildingnew S. E. Mack of Kendrick was in ride on the beautiful springs aafl returned *
Georgia to
: Miss Mamie Elitch of Largo. I l land where j friends and rela fences around their homes and our town few home about ten *
they enjoyed an old fashioned tives. a days this week, visit o'cloCk 1 the .
Mr. Rolaal El'tch' of the Ocala post peanut boiling. I i j several new roofs have been exchanged ing his brother and sister at this evening. r-t ,

office took advantage of the holiday l j While waiting for the peanuts to A Humane Appeal j i for the old ones. place. R 1

Monday and *ptnt the day very plea s- i| cook much fun and frolic was foundin A humane citizen of Richmond, '' A stiff blow recently blew over one Miss Della Smith returned to her LIFE AT CITRA. ':;'

antly at his home at Blitchton. !I j some innocent games and childhood Ind., Mr. U D. Williams, l"7 West'II of our shade trees and shook houses j school at Bay Lalie; Sunday. School opened last Monday with

Miss Xettlo: Cordon of Largo is visiting ;: plays. I Main St., says: "I appeal to all per- | enough to alarm some of the inmatesbut i Mr. L. M. Sherouse of Reddick has rather small enrollment Miss Eliza-a ,..

friends at Berlin and Fellow-1 I j When at a late hour many happy i' sons with weak lungs to take Dr. nothing more serious occurred bought Mr. D. B. Mathews beef beth MIzelle is principal ,4
? Ring's New Discovery, the only rem- mar- and \Irs.
ship. !I! good nights were said the party, in edy that has helped me. and fully than the blowing down of a few ket at this place. COW BOY. Care Harter, of Sparr, has charge of {

Miss Claire Bryan of :Martel spent I 1 pairs and groups disappeared in the ,! comes up to the proprietor's recom fences. the primary department. +

a few days of the past week with her i 1 deep shadows of the fine old treesand mendation:' It saves more lives than Some petty thieving has been going I Lost and Found Mrs. J. s. Wycoff and _
friend, Miss Ernestine Brooks, in the1 i hanging vines, each tracing the ;: all other throat and lung remedies !! on at the depot, but the trail becameso Lost, between 9:30: a. m., and noon home last week, after : returned -
I put together. Used as a cough and I spend'J
Brick City. j!'I old and shady lanes that lead to their ;: cold cure the world over. Cures asthma warm the little sneak thief fled and today sick a headache.bilious attack, with nausea I ing several months with relatives in ::

Otir handsome school teacher, M r. I II I individual homes.I bronchitis, croup, whooping before being actually caught in the casioned by finding This loss was oc- Savannah, Ga. _

Emanuel Martin, represented this I i I and Mrs. Thomas are excellent :j I cough, quinsy, hoarseness, and pnthisUc : act. drug store a box of at Dr.Tydings King's& Co's.New ,, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. I"

1 section in Ocala Saturday. ,' entertainers and always give the and, stops builds hemorrhages them of the lungs i ij i i Preparations are being made for Life Pills, the guaranteed cure for have gone to Brighton, S. Wart C. man ,- i'
j up. Guaranteed at After /
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Stevens of I biliousness,
| young people a delightful time at all Tydings & Co's. drug store, 5'>c. and fall planting, of which lettuce will be and jaundice. spending a short while there
Mr. W. E. Veal and :Mr. D. | 23c. they will
Oldtown. social Sl. ill. the most important ** 1
j I gatherings in their home.AUCTION m crop. m go on to New York to
M. Barco of Cotton Plant and Mr. Hat [ "***M BI l V .WA _V I meet their
I daughter, :mss
Barnett of Martel went to Ocala Monj j FROM ANTHONY. ---j Berlin Mary, who sailed from ;.. J

I. SALE FAIRFIELD FACTS J. R. Moorhead, D. S, WoodrOw : on the 14th, and is expected to
day to do some. trading. ,. .
t f Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Stevens: of I i, Special Cor. to the Ocala Banner: i iI Special Cor. Ocala Banner: President. Secretary i arrive in New York on the 24th.

Oldtown will shortly move to Ocala, l On Tuesday, September 24, at 10| Rev. Mr. Carroll of Ocala with other I j Mr. H.V.. Nettles of Flemington B. J. Potter, Gen. Mgr. !I I MrS uand Irs. C. R. Carter 'I'
I O'Clock A, M. spent Friday of
where Mr. Stevens will accept a position I speakers entertained and instruct l was in our town Tuesday evening. WOODMAR SAND AND STONE COMPANY I! py. last week ,Q Iicano-

with the city as policeman. We I On the above date I will sell at auction I ed a good audience at the packing I I Mr. W. J. Lohrig had the misfortune Builders of A l

k hope Mr. and Mrs. Stevens will bei i iI at the J. J. Johnson place, one I; house Tuesday evening .The ladies of j to lose'a fine mule Tuesday CEMENT SIDEWALKS i! card from Mrs. S. S. Harris Seattle -

pleased with their new tome. I Ii j and a half miles northeast of WillistonFla. i!1 the Baptist church serving refresh I night. Dealers in Blossoms, Wash.", to one of her "Orange

i Mr. J. L. Smithy merchant, postmas'l ., a plantation containing 120 acresQf meats of ice cream and cake for the i I Atwood Stokes, eldest son of Mr. LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers on the big, stated that she would rll

ter and sawmill man, is \ land, 100 acres cleared and 20 acres I benefit of their church work. The {| W. T. Stokes, disappeared from his of ship Minnesota for Ch:rna,

t these days. Things hum here, and fine timber; well improved and in I'I prohibition sentiment is stronger here home early last Tuesday morning and CONCRETE BLOCKS, on the 12th of this month. /
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I Mr. Smith is one of the head ones in high state of cultiltion.130 than ever before. A gentleman stated has not been heard of since. His lit PAVING MATERIAL ginia. C. Greiner in visiting in Vir-

the push. horses, cattle, hogs, farming implements recently that temperance work was I tle brother says he filled his father's FENCE POSTS, Etc. Dr.

:, \ The Misses Pvegie and WinnifredMcCnlly I household and kitchen :realy superflous, as the sentiment of!; suit case with clothes and left. His Estimates and plans furnished and Carswell has gone to Jacksonville -

accompanied their uncle, I IJ furniture. I| Anthony was so decidedly dry. I am ;i ii parents thought he had gone to contracts taken.P. to meet his wife, who has been

fir. Jack McCully, to Ocala Thursday.!9-13-2t; T. H. JOHNSON, ..Agent.4 .i i convinced of the truth ol this il we. I school until his little brother came 1 0. Box 956 Ocala Florida. spending the last two"r months in

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Local and Personal I Mr ),1. H. Baum of Crystal River }Ii-;; B"'YE- Porter i is;: lOW t-njoyin? Mr.V.. H. :Moore (h ouokkfi' at :Mrs. Liddon Entertains the Daughters
'au 0-d.a: Saturday: from a busiUf.s a pl-a"amisit at Warm Springvia., the Oea'.a! Iron Works.. went '!lean '0

1 \i-sit to South Florida.Mr. where ''be I b a member of a larzparrv .- Lake; Weir Saturday anernoon He Mr- Charles A. L.lion very roya'3nrrtamed !',\ Says Pe-ru-na Is a Good

Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. hou",... returned Sunday, accompanied by his i the n :"mber of tie :\Iedicille.Hon.C' .

and Mrs. M. J. Roess are at : daughter who he will take to one of ]Daughters of the Confederacy on Friday .c. Bra>k". Mayor of Sunbury,

Ir. J. G. Baskin of Duanelloa was home after a week's visit at Wood- ; Mr. L. B. Sanders of Brooksvil the finest colleges in Alabama of afternoon at their regular monthly Ohio, also Attornf.r Farmers'Ban&

in ucala Friday, returning from a trip i I mar on the shores of beautiful Lake I who travels for the Ocala Cooperage which Mr. Moore's sister is the president ] meeting Besides the Danzh: -ers. ;! and Sonbory Building and Loan Co.,

;'o Atlanta and other places. Weir. Company, is here on business con- :Mr. Moore has leased the residence .Mrs. Liddon also had quit-- a n'imber3f writes: t

I nected with his business. in front of the residence of Dr. 4[ other guests. "I have the utm confidence in the

i Mr I. G. Spurlin went down to The editor of this paper is in receipt Walter Hood, formerly occupied by Among other things th-3 Daughter virtue Pertina.. It is a great medicine.
Lake \\Vir i of a letter from Hon. W. K.I I have uses It and I have kiown: many
yesterday afternoon for a Mr. J. M. Meffert went over to Mr. Max Bloom, and will move to passed a resolution extending their

Sunday>it with his family. Jackson of Lakeland, who is a candi Daytona Beach yesterday to visit his Ocala next week to make this city .very grat--f1Il! thanks to the !hoard of of. my friend who have, (laint-d beaenVial 4
results! from it; nc&naot
date for railroad commissioner, and family for a few days and to bring their home. They will be gladly welcomed I county corr.;.i.i liners for tht-ir recent praise Peruna too hlgklj." ltLi3w9jijj1

M.Uan Teague has returned he says be will certainly attend the them home on Tuesday. to this city. J jjentrous d"mat'-tn: of $:,+"" f,'!r the

home from a short visit to her grand- "coming-out" convention- be held I Confrilerar-:<'W'lIDE-nt. ar.i'! also a

moth- and aunt at Lady Lake. in Ocala some time in October. iI 'I II Miss Maggie Lytle passed through Capt. George Nash of the Ocala Rifles vote of thM'TO Hon E. I. Wart
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: Ocala Saturday afternoon returningto : says that he has not yet received mann. wh>> vas strum'?'. T. "'e<'ur- ,

.Mr George L. Taylor expects soon I Mrs. W. S. Pike, who has been her home at Stanton from Birmingham official notice of the encampn.en' !Vr ;'X rhislnlvr! : :. i1.: This "utionKU
to rent his home in the third ward spending I the summer at. Daytona Ala, where she has spent the ,, that unofficial advices say it will \b- be grin..'.'! ::t null! ::1'.1. ?

and will take a home town. i Beach, at the Seaside Inn, returned : summer with relatives. I f"1.ure of 'r i .'
nearer : held October 15, and that the different !! A plea-an': :: 'jrnn.in
home Friday afternoon. Prof. Pike : _
i 1 of Mrs. Licllon'-
I companies of the state will be as->. was the presence
Mr and Mrs. R. A. Ellison of An- went over to the beach and spent a : Mrs. Andrew Turner of Lake Sixteen signed to different places along the! daughter. Mrs. J. M. Dell, of Gaiiu-. y '. ka., "
I Ih Ir
tuon> accompanied by their pretty week and accompanied his wife home. who has been in Ocala for sev- coast of Florida. and the encampment! ville, and her little six-weeks-old *' 'r. t.Ii:

;iltle baby boy, spent Friday in Ocala. i eral days with her sister, Mrs. Walter i is especially for the purpose of giving ; who was very greatly admired.

andI' Hood, returned home Saturday after the infantry some idea of the coast Mrs. Liddon, assisted by Misses Va

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cole entertained I I : : noon. artillery service. That in all probabil-!:I leta Potter. Annie Mathews. Caro and

tfcf Baraca Class of the Baptist Allie Mathews, of Flemington, were +I I jity the Ocala Rifles will spend the !! Frances Liddon and Annie Loni,' t,

church I in Ocala Saturday. The latter .will : Mrs. Gus Morton: of Eve downon her with :.,.
very pleasantly Friday night came i i encampment at Fort Dade. j Swartz, served guests <'
t conduct the school at Summerfield. the A. C. L. Saturday afternoonand j I lightful sherbet, cake and bon bon

Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Marsh, formerly I,I which opens Monday and she was on' was met by Mr. H. W. Douglassof Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Anderson I Mrs. J. R. Moorhead will entera"
of this but of her way to that place. I and she will snort month.
city, now Jacksonville Shady spend a and Master Clifford Izlar Anderson'' the Daughters next

have gone to New York for a pleasure while with his family at that place. J
| returned to Ocala yesterday afternoon Ji
i CoL NIC Barco the popular citizen .
Band Concert
trip. j i and are the guests of Mayor and Mrs. The
.. River through:
Crystal passed
lof| Mr. Sam Ditto has just sold the
I! L. T. Izlar. Mrs. Anderson and little
{% !'Ocala route for the I ... ..
Friday en mountains The Metropolitan Band under i
Mr. .\J-hur Hodge of Williston ,son home of Mrs. Quigley on Watula
:i son spent a month at Tryon, in the i .. '
of the lute Sheriff B. Dupree Hodge, I t of North Carolina to accompany street opposite the residence of Dr. !I mountains of North Carolina and visited -: leadership of Mr Leon Fishel. sra.-- .S _
I!his family home. Cot. tic himself is : another of their delightful open :air y. i1"
of this visitor to Ocala H. Doe of
county, was a : W. Powers to Mr. Orange friends In Georgia. Several weeks '
of health and ; j I ...
'looking the picture asseverates : concerts Friday night. For the firs
Thursday. Lake who will move his family to
I ago they were joined by Mr. Anderson t ;
I that Crystal River has been time in many months they used > .. !$i.
the city to reside. .
I Ii
:| end since which time they have I'
Capt Bob Harrison of Leesburg exceedingly kind to him in the matter band stand, which is being rebui't !f' *
I i i enjoyed 'a very happy visit with rela- :, -
was a popular visitor to Ocala Friday. 'of health. : :Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gerig have returned -i tives and friends in South Carolina i is not yet completed. but enough ->< HON C. C. BROOKS.':' :l ;

He was on his way to York to visit I home after an absence of four that it could be used for this concernAs
and Virginia. I
Mrs. T. M. Moore and daughters are a host of allm?nu
his family.Mr. I I I .i weeks. They enjoyed a most delightful there always is, a large crowd i> THERE petty < .
Misses Lnci'.e and Sue Feaster Moore I I art the direct result of the '
| tened to the music and enjoyed: it
visit with Mr. Gerig's sister in i' Mr. George D. Tyler who has been I weather.i
John Mathews, of Candler a who have been enjoying a delightfulsummer i Brooklyn and took in the sights of j a resident of this city for more than very greatly. The following was the This is more true of the excessive hit
| in have returned
former popular Ocala resident, was in I : New York also. They made the trip thirty years, eft last Tuesday for I program rendered: of summer and the intense cold of win-
home. During their absence they visited "
the city Saturday.Mr. via the Clyde Line and enjoyed the I Rutherford, New Jersey where he I March 18th Regiment"-PanE'lla. I ter, but is partly true of all seasons of
the Jamestown Exposition. and Medley. "Gospel Hymns"Bennett.Solo : the
I water trip immensely. 1 may permanently reside. Mr. Tyler's year.
Will Howes is spending Sunday I were very much pleased with it. Mr. ,, "Long, Long Ago"-Pound. : Whether it be a cold or a cough, catarrh -
; profession was that of a contractor}
in Ocala. Mrs. Howes is still visiting Moore and his family are now occupy I 1 (Mr. Frank Mathews.) of the head or bowel complaint,
Miss Nellie who has
Hooper spent i and builder and until he became too "
whether the liver he affected or the kidneys
ing the residence formerly occupiedby "Priscilla"
Oak Hill. Two-Step,
her at
parents I the Summer in Sew York City I feeble to work was our principal con-' I the cause is very liable to be the
Mr. E. K. Nelson and family.
I 'Nevelette, "La Casavane"-Arch,
I i with her sister, :Miss Louise Hooper tractor and builder, and many of the eame.
Dr. and Mrs. II. G. Spooner. and little ; Medley, "Popular Songs"-Mackey. !
: will spend this week with her sister { buildings in this city will remain asj; The weather slightly deranges: tha
daughter of Stanton were in Ocala I j Messrs. Mclver & MacKay are put- March. "Sorefla"Galline.. !
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, in this city. I monuments to his memory principal i mucous,, mnranesof of the organs and
their in order for the big I
Saturday between trains. ting store : after which'she will to Jacksonville i the result! i> some functional disease.
go whicb is the Ocala High
; fall trade that they are anticipating. I| among Big Fire at the Rentz Lumber Mills at : Perunt has become a standby in
where she is a popular teacher > School. During the erection of this
Miss Jfi sie Owens of Sparr was doing i i Their expert paper hanger Mr. M. C. I Silver Springs tbou\an of homes for minor allyzr
iu the public schools of that city. : building he fell from the scaffoldingand of this
I ens sort.
Dash, is papering the various departments -
some anal shopping in OCala Friday -. I i
broke both his legs from the ef-
preparatory to leaving for i| and is doing a splendid job The planing mill and the dry kiln i
1 Misses Shelly and Pansy Souter o i fects of which he has never fully ref -i --
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Jamestown and New York. When completed this mammoth of the big E. P. Rentz: lumber mills at
I : Sparr returned to Ocala Saturday : covered. We hope that he will like I
ishmeot wil present a most attractive Silver Springs were completely destroyed -I Law Can DoNo
after absence of some time, and : his new home, and wish him a safe %
' '' sub- Ocala generally is an by fire about 3 o'clock Saturday
Mr. C. P. Haycraft, one of the I| appearance. putting one supposes that law can make
stantial farmers of the Fellowship on her best bib and tucker. In ,! are the guests of their aunt, Miss journey. morinng. Mr. Rentz received a men temperate, but law can shut cp

,. neighborhood. among the numer- : fact, she is wearing frills and fioonci Fannie Clark. They have visited the .i i I!I phone message from the mill about i these bars and dram shops which facilitate -
i i Jamestown Exposition Washington Wa>cross, Ga., was a mere railway
that time and left immediately for!I
ous visitors in our city Friday.Mr. ,,es. : ; and feed intemperance, which
:\t>\\' York Baltimore and other cities crossing settlement with not I
more I
the scene. The big sawmill was double our taxes, treble the peril to
and Mrs. C. R. Pedrick of Coleman I' Mr. Charles Peyser throws out a.; and have had a particularly delightful than fifty inhabitants in IS'70; In I threatened several times but by the property and life, and make the masses

who have been in Ocala the past 'good suggestion to the board of county -! summer. ;i it had a population of 5919. and there "i4 heroic efforts of the employes and tools in the bands of designing

two weeks the former under the commissioners. There are a good i [_is reason to believe that the populaI -I others. it was saved although slightly men to undermine and cripple l.a.w.-
I Mrs. J. F. Webb, who has been re- I tion is now about double that figure. t
skillful treatment of Dr. D. M. Smith many blocks left from the coping damaged.Mr. Wendell Phillips.Life .
in this in the first ward I The immense shops of the Atlantic j
siding city
and these .
returned home Saturday afternoon. around the public square, Rentz estimates his loss at I
; time has Floral Cityto I'Coast Line the largest in the South)
blocks are in different. shapes and he for some gone to about twenty thousand dollars with I at Silver Springs
Miss Ophelia Sawtell the eldest I suggests that the board purchase join her husband, Dr. Webb, who will be completed this year and this! about thirteen or fourteen thousand :

daughter of Mrs. Sam Pyles.s re- I I them which they can no doubt do for : is now practicing at that place. She will add greatly to the population as I dollars insurance and uis friends are i Sheriff Henry Gordon and family
where her children and well the wealth of '' spent the day Friday out on the water
by Waycross.
turr.. to Ocala from Hague I!a small price and store them away was accompanied as to congratulating him heartily over the '
visited for will reside in that The of the South Atlantic and went down to Mr. Durisoe's, enjoyed
Holstein a city
he Mrs. R. II. in the cellar of the court house for re- : they permanently capacity fact that tbe entire mill was not wiped -'I'
few werks.Mrs. :I pairing purposes in case any accident aud will either rent or sell Car and Manufacturing Company has I II out by the flames. their fish fry at Dells BId,
I the ; their home here. i been doubled and it is employing 500/ i iI and managed to take home a nice
should occur to copings. I
1:: t S. II. mitch of Blitchton came I I I men. Waycross is somewhat famous I AcquittedMr. string of trout.

in Friday morning to have some dEntal Capt. D. H. Baker senator from the Miss Lilla Brumby expects to leave I i as the city which has put liquor licenses ___ I

v work done, and spent the day ins ;[ twentieth senatorial district, comprising i iI iI I today for Atlanta, Ga., where she will i at a prohibitive figure.-$30- Raleigh Priest, the youngestson I Bought His Partner's Interest

, town. She was accompanied by her I the counties of Marion and Sum- i spend several weeks with her sister ,I, w iO.-Times-t pion. I jf I of :Maj. J. K. Priest of Eureka Mr. S. G. McAteer has purchased

daughter Miss Legie Blitch. I ter, was in Ocala Thursday. lie said Mrs. Pearl M. Beak The Ocala : was arrested at the instance ofj I I"Gove" the: interest of his partner, Mr. Frank

that he did not state it authoritatively I friends of Mrs. Bealer who was formerly j f Letter From H. S. Phillips Goolsby of the same place, Mathews, and will hereafter conduct

Mr. 'Will Ross of Jacksonville, formerly I!: but he believed that if an extra session Miss Ernestine Brumby, of this i! Tampa Fla., Sept. 3, 1907. charging him with using profane lan'I the blacksmith and wheelwright bos-

of this city. is spending a few ; of the legislature is called that E city, will be pleased to know that she i| To the Marion County Anti-Saloon guage and was tried before Justice ness himself.

weeks in Asheville, N. C. During his I I Governor Broward will give as one of I Ii is contemplating spending the month I I League, Ocala Fla.: I Bullock in this city Saturday. The I

absence Mrs. Ross and Miss Mamie;i i i its objects the reapportionment of the ; of November visiting in Ocala. II I Gentlemen-Replying to yours of I trial of the case consumed most of I It Costs the Tax Payers

are the guests of relatives: at Sara-r I I state, and that Marion will be made I I i! the :29th ultimo beg to say In answer I the day. Major L. T. Izlar was Mr. Carroll D. Wright formerly United I

sota. i iI i a separate senatorial district. Capt.i Judge Joseph Bell returned home i to your questions: I i iI Priest's attorney and Hon. R. B. Bul- States commissioner of labor, says:

I Baker i is in splendid health and while i ii Sunday from a very pleasant outingat I j 1. That I do not find the ratio of lock, Mr. Goolsby's. Doth the attorneys 'Every dollar Massachusetts: reehes .

Mrs. John Sandford Jewett, who i here enjoyed a ride in Alderman Rob i I Lake Toxaway, Waynesville and I I crime per population as great in dry made very able and ingenius : from lima f fW>s costs the

ras been spending the past two:: ertson's new and elegant automobile. Asheville N. C. He will be accompanied ':I as in wet counties. speeches and fourbt the case very : start $j:" -Ma-.achis'tt.: Paper.

.< months at her former home in Thom-. I home by his sister, :Mrs. Hardy I 2. That I am assured by those inj I determinedly, but the jury was out :

asville. (ia., with her mother, Mrs. j Mr. Daniel A. Clark returned home Croom. and her little son who. !! a position to know that there are more II for but a few minutes and returned -- -- -- -

Martha "I.'. Ansley, returned home yesterday Thursday from his summer visit with i with Mr. Croom, have spent the summer } "blind tigers" in Hillsborough county a verdict of not guilty. -

it afternoon. his family at Hendersonville, Saluda I at Asheville. Mr Croom will go 1 than any dry county in this circuit. |I The young man's friends and Major BeechNutSliced

l J\ I and other delightful points in the I direct to Tallahassee, coming to !I 3. That those who patronized the]i ii Priest's friends were warm iu

Mr E. B. Killam of South Lake mountains of North Carolina. Mrs. Ocala later on. i[ open saloons before the counties went i their: congratulations to them. Bacon

Weir, who has been spending the Clark and Miss May Clark left Saluda I II ; dry seem to be more prosperous pay I

summer at Southbridge Mass.: will I I Monday and went to Atlanta, where I Hon. B. E. McLia of Tallahassee, : their grocery bills better provide for Life at Silver Springs !i

return home in a few days. Mr. Kil I I the latter will attend school this win commissioner of agriculture for Flor- | their families better and are better i
: Rev. and Mrs R. V. Atkisson, Mr. ,
lam says that he had a splendid time i I ter. Mrs Clark will return to Hen. ida, who has spent a very pleasant !citizens since the counties went dry. !

in the North, but will be glad to get !Ii dersonville from Atlanta and she and i vacation in Ocala, the guest of his 1 i Yours very truly. I j I Harold Atkisson, Miss Lucile Atkis-j!
son and their Mr. and Mrs.
back again to the Land of Flowers. I Baby Esther Clark will spend the son, Mr. Ernest E. McLin. returned i H. S. PHILLIPS. I II jI guests i a
I I Albert Donnelly of Jacksonville, !
Ii spent
I I balance of the summer in the mountains home Sunday. Mr. McLin made many I !
member of i Saturday morning at Silver Springs.Mr. I
G. Mathews a I
x Hon returning to their home at Mar- ; pleasant friends and acquaintances I j Fanatics Are Hustling I ::
them down the
investigating committee, who : W. H. Clark took i
the I. I. in Tallahassee for some I tel about the first of October. Their I II while in our city. He was accompanied I! During the past winter, about two i! river to Delk's Bluff in his launch'I:

r .his been friends here are delighted to hear by his young daughter. : hundred and fifty bills on the temper-i
yesterday. We and they succeeded in catching some I
v; "beks, returned home that they are enjoying such a pleasant II I
considered by
II i ance question were ,
that the committee lave fine fish. They also enjoyed a short
vacation. Quite a number of our citizens from
with the -
: about thirty legislatures, an I
Little Oklawaha river
finished their labors, but are : ride on the
not i various sections of the county visited t
I ti-saloon league leading the fight on
vacation.S. : The visitors were thoroughly charmed -
I merely taking a Walter B. Gray has returned from the county site Saturday and aided in the forces in I 1i
t Ii behalf of temperance
: I with Silver Springs and the river
II. Gaitskill of Mclntosa was in I a pleasant visit to Lake Weir, whereto I II I II .'putting in circulation Uncle Sam's \, each state. It is a significant fact that I ]
Mr. I spent several days in recreation medium of exctange. Among others bill v v
favorable was
Friday. single liquor .lTastes
the city on business : not a i Ocala Youths Away at School
I and looking after the celebrated we noted the following: Dr. D. A.
leading stock in the country.-
Gaitskill is one of the i i passed anywhere ,i ii
raisers of Marion, and is an all-round ![ property of the Carney Investment Smith, J. K. Priest, J. D. Bassett, Anthony i Truth, Michigan Liquor Organ i Besides the list of Ocala boys and ill tri fi i frl iii Itll

progressive citizen. Both Marion and (I[ Company, in which'Mr. Gray and other ; Mr. J. B. Malloy, Martin; Mr. 120.' 1907. July!I II girls who are attending college this .

need more of such : Tampaites are interested He declared -I T. N. Davis, Summerfield: : Messrs. C. I I Ii winter, are the following: Wither- as good as it looks.-.and It :

Alachuacounties of citizens.-Gainesville Sun.Mr. the weather at Lake Weir to I Milligan and C. C. Stevens, Fort McCoy i HON BENJAMIN R. TILLMAN EI I spoon and Dick Dodge, who are at Davidson looks very good. A delicious breakfast -

class I have been most. enjoyable, although : ; Messrs. Montholon Atkinson and N. C., for their second year, dish, of great food value, wholesome J

C\cll Bryant, who has been I he didn't find it necessary to sleep under -'I Jack McCully, Berlin; J. K. Bolin, I 1---1: Sam Barco, wtQ is at the Bingham I > all the year 'round. Try the tBeechNut"it's

witb the H. B. Masters store in this quilts on this trip, and that the "tll1amI%, Kendrick; Mr. J. M..1 hibition I I I Military School at Asheville, N. C., i different

city for some time, will leave the first I orange crop would be a large one of Mathews Flemington; Messrs. A. W. I Southern papers are printing an interview i, for his second term and Frederick

of October for Belleview, where he fine quality. "Oranges from the Fort, Arlin Fort John T. Lewis. Moss I of the Augusta, Ga., Chronicle : Hocker, who will go back this year to

has accepted a position with the Belle- groves around Lake Weir," said he, Bluff; Mr. B. F. Freyermuth, Fellow- I with Hon. B. R. Tillman, July 17, I the: Donald Fraser school at Decatur, 0. K. GROCERYCLARK

view Trading Company. Mrs. Bryant "are even now as sweet as those generally ship; L. M. Graham, Connor; E. W. I in which he says that South Carolina Ga. Charlie W. Cleveland will probably -

will accompany him and they will found at points further south. Agnew, Lake Weir; Capt. J. B. :Mar- I is headed for state-wide prohibition, go back to Winter Park to attend BROS., Props., Ocala Fla- .

f make that city their home. I-Tampa Tribune. tin, Oklawaba.: I and moving toward it fast. : Rollins College. Phone 174.t .


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f :I II Er..Fthree, II I machinery plant of the Yon ;e and dine" Company .
or ; :;; and solicit a : shar of the ,
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? ranno' lr*:d l dif Four Cull"ey, and, ?.
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I C a': graduates
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t 1 ; : \ Engi-h-! : I come: I by best methods. Shorthand BUSINESS-Banking in all Its branches. Bookkeeping
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Boardman other Departments. Elective
f t I ; been|lad J! !: i at fh- 1 PREPARATORY Large ACADEMy Faculty and commodious building.courses open in ,
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I an un?du-f i and I the court I NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS-I.Chicago and nil t first class Colleges.
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the see I the MUSIC SCHOOLA teachers. SChJOly
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building, oran: a
and he I, shape, and ART large SCHOOL-ew faculty: thorough Courses of study. dozen pianos. separate
spent Studio.
of Costly ,
po- ; substantial Stetson has a faulty casts models etc
take teal I ]Dumb[ from the ofTO. H professors and
gives out I University of StractorsThey hold de-
grain of j II 1 have conn, Toronto, Wake Forest, LouIsville, lIa"-ud. Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia,
dead as a i, i i We I growth of of Dennison aM other Colve"'ltie.BowdOin, Utrecht, Bucknell., t"niverslty11lchigan.

an illustra-! i Sampson I building and equipment; nearly! a quarter 'Jhere! are over 300,00000 in
with library of dollar
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Latin is' i we volume
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including chaPel with
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to thejj, per !: organ; a Gymnasium windows ; on paintings
l I Latin sre : cement with complete a lO.OOo.no pipe 1
; hel" tl:: it makes i tinning/ track, tennis courts, baseball apparatus diamond; an enclosed Athletic Wield.I
: : I nent the sub. I ming. golf. rowing and other Sports; and gridiron, besides Cwlm-
ten large separate
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lP lt scientific indeed Biology; several large museums and Bacteriology, Mineralogy and
steam ,
heat ; electric
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r l ; Latin pres-! J and we shrubbery and trees; social, lIterary, broad avenues Spacious campus, I
kcture musIcal t
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I Notable! Address by Governor Dawson prohibitionists of Pensacola

i rib Tne prohibition law is thoroughly of West VirginiaEightyfivePer are making strenuous efforts to vote

..nffJrr.t ed in nine-tenths of Maine and: Cent. of the Inmates of that city dry, and the campaign promises

0fl1fr j the Penitentiary There to be a most spirited and exciting
The Fall a''onll! be in the rest were it not for '
Through LiquorAt I one. Hon. Seaborn Wright. memo
;.quur; politicians who control Port-
. ber of the Georgia: legislature and
.f.t1. :and and a few other cities. The ad-! a banquet given lately in..
champion of the movement
Jr ministration of Sheriff Pearson in Charleston by those who were pro prohibition

Puf land. 190 to 1902. proved that I moting the raising of funds for theY. in that state, Mr. John Temple

i T- find We Are Here With tlje; Goods 't prohibition will prohibit, wherever M. C. A., Governor Dawson was Graves the fluent: and eloquent ora

there is. an honest man in office behind -I one of the speakers, and made some : tor. Mr. F. L. Seely proprietor of the
I -More of them than ever before in the history of this establishment f Our buyer went v/Tj* the law. I very startling statements. From our [I Georgian who did so much in unify- '

"* to The market earlier this season: than usual and as a con>equnnce our fall goods are rt-, While it is the testimony of Gen- knowledge of the situation we be ;, ing'and electrifying the advocates of

roilmir in by every train. We have this season taken special pride in the purchase of ::: eral Neal Dow that Maine, at the I i lieve what he said is amply! justified. Georgia prohibition. Congressman La-
.;;r : mar and Hon. W. J. Bryan of Jacksonville -
several of lines "None of these things I have men ;
-I'" our ; for instance ourReadytoWear "'i' time of her adoption of state prohibi-
have been invited to participate -
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tioned without moral But.
are quality.
'non in ls55, "was, to use his own
F, "1" ",1"" words. "one of the most drunken and !i iI certainly the great evil that organized :1 in the campaign, and it is believed

Goods I society suffers from the traffic in intoxicating : that all will accept the invitation
, .t" poorest of states in the Union there,i .
tsJs* liquors is distinctly moral. : and Pensacola will have such a contest
b*-ing seven distilleries and two breweries .
I have official information that 85 percent as it has never had before.
Portland alone. the
t in of all the inmates of our peni | Mr. Frank Mayes, editor of the

t at' f for Men and Women $ figures mor'. savings show that banks Maine and $22.UOOu0y now has I tentiaries reached that prison throughand i i 1 Journal is one of the leading factors

; in the: prohibition movementOwensbora
more money deposited in them than; by evil. What is true as to
r! i iI the state prison would doubtless hold ;
j i is'-.mplete in every detail and the prices that prevail will save you many dollars by -t" the great manufacturing license state true as to city and county prisons-I Afraid of the Experiment .,
.:t:, buying here. Then also the big job of ''of Ohio with six times as many people I Nearly wino voters of Owensboro :
! i Parkersburg (W. Va.) Citizen.
I I Ky., an ample majority. voted not to

r Girls' School Maine has the largest percentageof i : try the experiment of local option
Boys'and Caps t i Good for Biliousness"I
total in the public
r the population i i and of these the Daily Messenger of
took two of Chamberlain's Stom
schools of any one of the North Atlantic ach and Liver Tablets last night, andI i, Owensboro states that fully 75 per

Hats, Cloaks and Jackets tf .t.t States including New York. I feel fifty per cent. better than I I J; cent. were men who were not connect-

t, r Maine, without one dollar of reven- I I have for weeks." says J. J. Firestone j I ed in any way with the liquor busi-
!i from the saloon has more schoolteachers of Allegan, Mich. "They are certainly '
secured low will saving to the ue The Messenger
we at remarkably prices prove quite a consumer as theyf.\. ness. says: '
a fine article for biliousness. For .f'
, "'I'" are being sold at price that our competitors will not attempt to duplicate. .'" to every ten thousand of her i sale by all druggists. Samples free. "Among them were a very large

i"t" : people. and more teachers in propor- | number who never visit a saloon or

+ r... tion to her school population than any I Catholic Leader Arraigns Saloon Before | take a drink-the conservative business -

other of the forty-five states. ,I I Great Audience of Over 3000 men of Owensboro, the substan-
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; iI According to "Printer's Ink." the I in St. Paul's Cathedral '! tial citizens who were not willing to "

:t THREE oIt 1 upp1iesTHREE i well known publishers' periodical of 1 Pittsburg j i fly from the ills we have to those ,

|. New York Maine newspapers have a I Before a monster audience of more they know not of. but have heard
V larger circulation. in proportion to much." "-
than 3000 people at St. Paul's Cathedral I
'i population than any other state in
CASKS I Pittsburg, on Sunday evening,
i C0SKS rzi
'the Union. And the Maine Temperance i For a Sprained AnkleA
I i April 7, Very Reverend Alexander P.
-c.. i -!,. Record notes the fact that only I sprained ankle may be cured la
'" i Doyle of the Catholic University of ; about one-third the time usually required
one of these admits liquor advertising
OF OF Washington arraigned the liquor traf, by applying Chamberlain's
\Vo of the most ('oInvlett.iine
t ", ,, carry one t .-Associated Prohibition Press. fic in the following terms: I Pain Balm freely and giving It abso-

of School Supplies in the city. There is ::: "The saloon tas become a germ- : lute rest. For sale by all druggists
Health in the Canal Zone m
CROCKERYIND everything the children will need, with CROCKERYAND "'T" i center of lawlessness. I
make it
The high wages paid a
Capt. Frank Lytle, Mr. John Carney
"While it debauches some of the
rtit l temptation to artisans -I
the exception of text books. Tablets. mighty our young
n > i! to join the force of skilled I people with drunkenness and takes I and Mr. W. E. McGahagin, after

4 ( composition books crayon pencils pens workmen needed to construct the !' from them that knowledge necessary I spending a short whale in Ocala, returned -
J vrJ Panama Canal. dany are restrained to their homes on Lake Weir
ink rulers, erasers, lunch baskets. i for an intelligent ballot, it snaps its I
t ; however. by the fear of fevers and I 1
"' I j fingers made for its restriction. It I Wednesday afternoon.
book ba s. etc., etc., and :'I malaria. It is the knowing ones- I I
KITCHENUTENSILS | those who have used Electric Bitters, ., has become the unscrupulous and I
E J (I I j who go there without this fear, well i, conscienceless tyrant of American I I NOTICE.

More and Better for the Money :knowing they are safe from malar- politics.
with Electric Bitterson !
ious influence of the Fifth Judicial -
r-.r. 1 In the Circuit
hand. Cures blood poison too, bll- "There are three great causes ot!

than Any House In 1 v,! iousness, weakness and all stomach !, drunkenness in this country today,j' Circuit of Florida, in and for
tJ i liver and kidney troubles. Guaran- 1: The saloon is one of them and per. Marion county-In Chancery.
JUST IN I reed by Tydlnss & Co., druggists. Henry L. Torian, complainant, vs. '
JUST IN Ocala will Offer ': haps the greatest. and the so-called I >
!! 50c. m I moderate drinker is another. I Ida B. Torian, defendant r

L+J V'v I!i Evil Consequences Follow Prohibition ; "The Catholic church is putting np II Order for Constructive Service.
I It is ordered that the defendant
i! Which is the better? Such is the ; a strenuous fight against the drink: I ,
to-wit Ida B. Torian i
named :
7' : herein
evil all the of her
by using resources
title, of avery pertinent editorial in a : 1 be and she is hereby required to appear -
power to antagonize the saloon and l
i The Ocala Bazaar I : recent issue of the News Leader Qr J .: to the bill of complaint filed in
i jat the sane time put in its place thE :1
j !Richmond, on or before Monday, the
Va., and which shows up 'substitutes of the saloon.:: -Ti' this cause

1: the evil of the 'I 7th day of October 19l --+tIt '
consequences preva- ; American Issue.Don't
Frank P. Gadson proprietor. .. .
: ,:. is further ordered that a copy of
"r", ... I h..nt l method in the south of attempt- I
.. i I this order be published once a week ,'

I a i mg the!: to legalized make men sale sober of liquor.by driving The out lamentable dren.lain's Cough It be contains afraid Remedy no to give opium to your Chamber or othe chil;_ !I for Ocala four Banner(i) consecutive, a newspaper weeks published in the

results of such attemptsand harmful drug. It always cures. Foi']
: in said county and state. a r.-
-- the deplorable failure of the local sale by all druggists. o
This: fifth day of September, 191):.
option policy are all vividly portrayed I
I Jerry Burnett ; Repair Work and Saw FilingI I S. T. SISTRUNK
in the following editorial: 1
am now prepared to repair bar 10 Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County.

HARDWAREKNIGHT.MARTIN !' I Ii "Curious insight into the methodsof nsss and file saws on short notice Florida. .4
Merchant securing liquor in prohibition dis
Appy! :o J. T. Simmons at Smoak';, R.. B. BULLOCK.C'jtnp'.aiaant's.
tricts is given by a recent occurrence!
shop. -6-ltw.. .-iwl, Solicitor.
in a small Southern city. Four countrymen -

.... t i i Tailoring : living about fifty miles away. --- - .

r went to the city by wagon tabtng -
!! Ocala, Florida. along some horses to trade. The

I Finest liuportril and] ;-journey required two days each way

I CO I Domestic Cloths I I'I' II One of their first acts was to beginto THE LAST WEEKFISHEL'S

seek something to drink. The city

I ir'' At the T. "". Smith & Co. Old Stand. 'I'' Fits Curing: Guaranteed.a Specialty I. is as tight as a drum with barrooms -OF--

: all closed and blind tigers supposed
-. OCALA, FLORIDA, i i !
I I to be banished. One of the men

Come and see us when in need of anything in !I NOTICE i found a negro barber who supplieda 'i
liberal quantity of what he sariwas
the way of I In the County Judge's Court in and I.[ blackberry WIne.IeanwhU.! !...
for Marion County, Florida-Exercising I Ii.
Probate Jurisdiction. I I the others staying around the wag,>n BIG SHOE SALE

Farming Implements I' Whereas an application has been ;: lot had found a small negro buy wrr.

: made to this Court by a petition filed i iI i i a sample of stuff which he said t-
t .
.. j I herein for letters of administration on POSITIVELY ENDS SATURDAY( SEPTEMBER 28
could seil them at a dollar a i qua: :
Wire Fencing, j the estate of P. K. Flook, deceased, I. i. 7
"j and for the appointment of E. C. The countrymen chipped in. bough: a
Stoves Pumps ': Smith as administrator of the said estate -i i quart and proceeded tll< rink: :.t r.:

., I back alleys. behind fen<(vturn ,tr..' -AT COST:
Now. therefore, these are to cite ; k--
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Guns Ammunition turn about. The iv-'i'i; \\ :1' that 7-
and admonish all and singular the kindred
of them were made dr i.eratryand : ::'i
and creditors of said deceased
.\ If you need a pair of shoes, now is your chance for
Doors fourth diel. Thal n.r
Sash to be and appear before this court at : the
}- i us office: in the court house in Ocala. !,j whiskey \>as manulact; .'d a :i" >>

Blinds Paint Marion county. Florida. on the ISth ;: at a tin,- ;r. the back non of a i' cal: GENUINE BARGAINS
of A. D. 1907. and
: day September
QI drugsi-t i a*.: : was C.j1I'N.l; laraelj;
a 1: 'tu-n and there to show cause, if any ; -
, I hey have, why tbe said application :of w god ao"aol.;

In fact, everything usually carried in a first- .' should not be granted. or otherwise, ;I "Now the question i? wr-b--r: a .J.-!.J.I I Ladies' $ .25 to $.150 Oxfords going
the will be granted as prayed. i
same i cen saio-i"! ':nder riaiil l po'ice! : ?u'>?r"
class Hardware Store Witness, Joseph Bell County Judge !! .: .
I vision a:1\ v.th: th- 'awenfcrtv
and the seal of the County Judge affix- S 93CLadies'
.'tl 4: Ocala. this :2

tL efBlfj0! -m; _\. D. 19.>7. JOSEPH BELL. ;i of sear' ;l.d-n" All \It 'q- who hr.n.-

S.21 County Judge. :i iI i j Southern cm.imunti--. .,:'... fl: !... :'t- $1.75 to 2.00 Oxfords $iALadies'

I I! with al: tr- liTtle chira.s: in .r.-!

Administrator's Notice cf Final Dig i!i little tasm..n: i. fry.:.. '.>2 c<);;! tr H i..98j
1\'lartin CO. $2.50
Knight: = charge. i! who com in thirsty. fnqmr: tr- -

Notice is hereby given that on the:I negro barber who ha.a : ne r. ;,

If.h day of August. A. D., 190S, the, back room. the h.itel: i p-ir' r w rI : Ladies' 3.00 2,25 .
undersigned Administrator of the estate .;!I I knows whereto find it. rshar;; ->. .:..-- I

of Henry T. Spooner, deceased,: reputable street urchin familiar A :::. l Men's $2,00 Low 1,7O
4 .....+++ + ++ + +++ Quarters now i 1
.,... .. .4 w.Il present to the Hon. Joseph Bell': all the devilment there is and accustomed '

r I Adding; ; New Accounts; ; T! I,.: County,of ny said Judge final estate.of account Marion as county administrator Florida -i I I!all they kinds.cannot to They run be eradicated are immoral everywhere errands and, how an.(0:: Men's $2.50 "" Ii 1,1gMen's 1 8 8Don't

: Stanton Florida, September 5, 1907 I many men are poisoned or frenzies: 53.00 U

: HENRY G. SPOOXEH, : annually by such means no s'atiti- >j

J We are constantly adding new accounts 1: Henry As administrator T. Spoocer.of deceased.the estate 9-6-6n of can tell us." Men's $3.50 u 3.00

is at 1 t Best Treatment far BurnIf
business 1 a
t and our : Notice ta the PublicJ. for no other reason. Chamberlains : CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS ALSO AT COSTs

Possibly also 1 W. Akin, the pluctber, who was Salve should be kept in every
satisfactory rate. you household on account of its greatV:- I.
a very formerly with the Florida Plumbing i iue in the treatment of burns. It allays !-
us. s <* and Electric Company is now in the pain almost instantly. an-1 fail to buy your Shoes NOW, as this is your
t be glad to join <
might hape to take any work in his line unless the injury is a severe one.heals : last chance

j and guarantees: satisfaction. Leave! the pans without leavms. a :
scar. This salve is also un.q -.a'.P4
i all orders at present at the
I j lor ; for chapped hands sore nipples and
t I Ocala House office. S3. diseases of the skin. Price. 25 cents.
COMMERCIAL BANK I I,For sale by all druggists:: m M. FISNEL
rt 1 f WANTED-Second hand bags and

quantity anywhere. We Rear Admiral Wager: iscz>'. He
burlap any
OCMA FL. t I Visit the 5 and 1O Cent Store
t pay freight Richmond Bag Co.. was the: promo'ri of rh.e Waite

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.:, To I the VETERANS'Officers and RESOLUTIONS Members of Ma-J..! " "! "1111NHIIIIH1iifl11111N" " " "91ffIi111NfIfl1919111111fl1f1N4114111f" " " " " ""llili1t19itABROV' '

rion Camp Xo. 5C, United Confederate -
Veterans, Ocala Fla.:: exl'l'uti.1committee .," --c:
We, the members of your : .
beg leave to submit the' .-....
following preambles and resolutions -.
for your consideration, and such action '
as you deem proper. := ', I
Whereas, the Honorable E. L War
Mann by his official, public and pn- :< &
Tate acts and utterance, hat puned!
himself as being a true friend of t lu
es-Confederate soldiers of the Sill::: !:. ,
and of this camp manifested in JUT
by his enthusiastic support of the1: =
present pension law of Florida. whi<-hI -- -li WHOLESALE I
elevates all worthy claimanr fnmij! :
in fact self-confessed paupers, to the: .....
high plane of patriotic merit bhi- ; I .0e
eloquent appeal to our board ot county -eC
commissioners for an apprupna -
tion of $500 to assist DickUon Ch:1P'1 ... ......

erecting ter, Daughters a monument:: of the to Confederacy Marion's! C.'till'in I, .......................... ..................................... ......................................................J. \ .....

federate dead soldiers and by a personal I .. 4 --
presentation to this:: camp of a: 4 -
historic record book of sufficient size.; 4 4 4. --
well bound, patent back, containing 4
tOO pages, in which is to be recorded t 1 I 4 4 4
our constitution and by-laws, the 4 and 4
Our Patrons
names of the officers and members; of 4 0 4
our camp, the names of excommanders 4 4 4
of the camp, and as far as practicable 4
the names of all deceased 4
members of the camp, a brief biographical '
history of the war record of Frien d'0 I
each member, and such other historical

data as may deemed of value to .....
future generations. t
And Whereas, The Honorable Sim- : 4 .....
eon T. Sistrunk, clerk of the circuit 4
court of Marion county has:: patriotically i gga 8EBEEB : 4 :3
offered and agreed to have the t -
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above mentioned historic data recordt t 4
ed in said historic record book at his II 4
personal expense, by his efficient type- I the markets
writer. I Our buyer is now in eastern r

And, Whereas, The Honorable E. L. I
Wartmann and Simeon T. Sistrunk tI I t 4. __

ata are veterans worthy sons; therefore of true, be exConfederI it 4 of His
I purchasing winter supply groceries.
Resolved, That as a token of our I our I
appreciation of the services of the
above named gentlemen. E. L. WartI .

honorary they mann, and and members each Simeon of them of T. this,Sistrunk be camp elected, that and as I I i searchings for the best in the market does not I i

that a copy of these preambles and
resolutions be furnished each of the

above of Resolved this named camp, secondly are gentlemen.due,,That and are the hereby thanks I I stop at just going to the city offices of the va- 4 IE

tendered to each member of the FlorI 4
I -
ida legislature of 1907 for the passageof : 4

,the and existing especially pension to Honorable laws of FlorIda ..TaE. :;-. I I i rious concerns handling groceries but he is 4 r

Broome, the noblest Roman of all. ,
I -
Senator from Gadsden county and 4f .9
; chairman of the joint committee of -J
the senate and house on pensions, for I I : I f

his patriotic zeal as a leader in behalf I making a tour of the country and taking personal f
of the bill until it was formally Q j y _
enacted into law. -
4 .
That this E .
Resolved thirdly. camp .
approves of. and does hereby endorse; I 4
Q observations of the canneries and
the action of our board of county commissioners 1 4 large
in making an appropriation fZ 4
of $300 to aid the Daughters of I -
the Confederacy in erecting a suitable |
monument to the memory of Marion d establishments with
county's Confederate soldiers d 4t packing a view to obtaining -

who sacrificed their lives upon the altar C T
\ of their country by th> missilesof :: :

I, To fields death these, and on patriotic other many hard casualties Daughters fought of we battlei war bid C = I for our trade only such Goods as we can i n a

God-speed in the noble work they 4 ......
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have assumed. In the erection of that 4 H 4 \
monument they are erecting a monu- 4 -
ment to themselves which future generations !i recommend. 4
will read when an import ial
history of the self-sacrifices of the wo- e j i
men of the South is written, who free .
ly gave their husbands, fathers brothers 4
sons and sweethearts as a sacrifice 4 Shipments have already commenced to i
to the principles: of self-govern e ar-j
ment, bequeathed to them and to us
by our fathers, as expounded by Jefferson -

will place and these Calhoun.patriotic That Daughters history i rive aud we request that dealers come in and- ,

in line upon the altar of fame with I : .-
the women of the South of ISfil to I IlSC5. .

Resolved. fourthly, That a copy of I i I the lines and let -4
i see new
these preambles and resolutions be I us quote prices. i
published in the Ocala Banner and !
Star, so as to enable each member of 1| > i :
the camp to read, analyze and digest; ; (
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the same, thereby enabling them ....4

vote understandingly at tb? regular! upon meeting their of adoption tht-:' a : Prices right 1 Quick deliveries 1 Fresh Goods We need : -III
camp, October 1st. i :: : i
H. W. LONG : = 4 4 want your orders, sI
W. L. DITTO. i I .....
Executive Committee : C sA ..
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letter We from were Inverness Holder surprised Will Friday Go to Dry.night receive say a'I :: ......................... ............................0..............................._............. .................;. .,.

ing the report there was to the effect I
that Inverness precinct would likely' -4
I' -
go wet in the election. That is certainly -
news to us, and confirms our! t
belief that the fight being: waged by I -
the saloon men is one of misrepresentation -- BROWN & BR I
and bluff. Our estimate? ; y-
that Inverness will cast not more than I =
fifteen of her one hundred votes for i 1
the wets.-Cltrus County Chronicle. -

For Sale,-Dr, Marean's Liver Pills "
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made from Dr, Marean's
!! private formula -
; have been tested for twenty'I OCALA
I' I fire years; purely vegetable. Sent i FLORIDA "

r, postpaid on receipt of price. 25 cts. a .1
; box. Address, ..-I/JI i
1 i I- i .. Mrs. Beatrice Marean, -4 J

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