The Ocala banner
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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 27, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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+ UL. 42, XO 1 :;. OCA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 190) .. v 'B DOLLAR .A YEAH f

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fred Bivinformerly of Dun- A big acr age of celery is !being:
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.e ::1 .. *. 4W1.ai1i1+ 41...:0401.1..4.64111b.. nt'llon! but now of Rochelle, was planted at Hastings.We I MUNROE S CHAMBLISS !

4 4 i among our visitors Monday. Mr. Biv
41. 4 4 have been asked to ascertain BANKERStut ::: ,
4 \ ---t iris j i.s now raising chickens and cot- I I
NY : it is that the 1
.G. 4 4 I tS i why band stand has not -- -- -
-.4 ton and hopes to be successful in both \,
been completed. We have asked. but
-'- ventures. We wish him the success ,: --J : -r you ujx-n l ;'u aecoiini with this bank, the {
1 cannot find out. We push this inquiry
anticipates.. alllt' is seldom Ho-d i( for w>' give (Ill the best t'u : f
i on to others. : ;:: > -
up .
ECZEMA 1 Lorlil! r\N\ i if ities- to ue had fur handling of your banking business.WH : I Ii
Miss Lola Raysor left Sunday for
i3 ; : Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Ditto, who i want new business bi.t .never lose sight of the! :
r Spartanburg, S. C., to enter ConverseCollege. t-
. i ii have been spending the summer at <>!d ('0111t-> and ire tt I i{
4 She was
accompanied by :
. + Basic City, and other places in Virginia -! i
. 3 iiH 50 Cents Bottle her brothers. Messrs. Henry and Clifford ,
a :
have returned home. They also
. + Raysor, as far as Columbia, and Safe. I II
took in the Jamestown Exposition Strong. Conservative. j
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from there Mr. Heury Raysor will go I II
.11 AT THE : : during their absence and their sum-
.. ell t<> Deiiaiark to spend a few days with
has been
iii mer a most charming one. -

a! I I friends. Mrs. Ditto's sister, Mrs. Mamie Fox. I FRANK POOSER DEAD I I'I The Hunter Drug Store to Change 1 ;

: I! went up to Jacksonville to meet them i HandsA
onto Drug Store. Mr. John II. Workman, who has :
II loo II i' !been spending his vacation at his and came home with them Saturday 'I Well Known Citizen Passes Away ; well authenticated rumor is afloat

i afternoon.Mr. I Early Sunday Morning and is !! that Mr. C. W. Hunter, who has bad. ;

i home at Southside, Tenn., returned to Laid to Rest in Evergreens charge of the Hunter Drug Companyin

: : : Prescriptions Ocala Sunday. Mr. Workman has W. L. Martin, better known ; Cemetery !i this city since its opening in February -
Prepared Properly : : :
been the principal of tbe Ocala High "
.. i "Peter Stanley, was in town Mondayand Capt. Francis Dunwoodie Pooser has disposed of his interests ?;

.. i : School} for several years, and is one i made our office a most pleasant t I i' to Mr. W. S. Hendon of Georgia, and :
died at his home in this city early j
I ot 1 the best and must popular educaI visit. He is now located at Sparr, : that he will take charge of the busi- t
444444 : Sunday morning of heart failure, at
I i that the school has ever had. I
w I and will give that section a weekly ness on October 1st. Mr. Hendon isa

.. -- ----.1 hearing hereafter in this paper. Mr. I the age of CO. brother-in-law of Dr. J. C. Boozer,

. Lr. II. C. Groves has returned home Martin is a trenchant and fluent writer Captain Pooser was one of the best of the Commercial Bank, who is alsoa
. ......... ................ Rev. A. L. Pris-oc of Flemington I
. from Chicago where he has been for and he writes not only entertain-I known citizens :Marion county, and stockholder in the Hunter Drug

. BIGGEST LINE represented his section in Ocala on I several weeks. He was joined in ingly but on themes always full of in.1' few of its citizens had more friends Company.

: 'I Monday) and following the multitude. Georgia by his wife, who returned terest. He was accompanied to Ocal!
: OF (-moiled his name on the subscription home with him. Mrs. Groves has been by his wife and son. I ier. He possessed a most even and ers that: this drug store is the finest

I IIWlrcHES books of the Ocala Banner. spending the summer in North Carolina equitable I{ temperament. lie was never equipped establishment of the kind m F

. Tennessee and Georgia, and left A young Scotchman, 28 years ol f r I a partisan nor violent, but was al Florida and ever since it was opened

Miss: Berenice Mark, who has spent Master Houry at school in Georgia. age, who was working in the turpen. ways pleasant, sociable and compan- it has done a most excellent business. .

I -''\'-cal weeks in Ocala as the guest tine camps of Tiller and Harp bavinsbeen > I ionable. He was sunny and optimis- We do not know what Mr. Hunter's }!
] III' Miss Annie Mathews and her sis- "That railroad which the News sentenced from Key West foi rtic| under all circumstances and pos- intentions are but we sincerely hope

!it tor. Mrs. Harry Lapham, returned to mentioned some two weeks ago as forgery, in order to keep from doin?'I f sessed just such a nature to make and that he will continue to be a* citizen ,;

!her. hoint in Jacksonville Saturday.Miss likely to connect Ocala and Palatka," the work allotted to him attempted-u) bold friends, and to whom the an- of Ocala. ;

: FOR i said Mr. F. J. O'llara yesterday, "you cut his arm off with an axe and near- nouncement of his death will cause Mr. Hendon comes to our city bearing t

; Annie Atkinson and her little ly succeeded in doing so. litVa!; lasting and profound sorrow. the very highest testimonials as a ai
can now state as being a certainty
niece, Virginia Sistrunk. came home and it's going to prove big thing for brought to the hospital in this city'' Captain Pooser was a native of good business man, and under his administration s

LADIES\[ AHD GNmM[ N Saturday morning from Berlin where Palatka.-. O'llara also stated that for treatment and the doctors:: thin ('I South Carolina, but early moved to we hope that the Hunter i

he to the road that his arm can be saved. The youn ,Perry, Ga. From thence he came tot Drug Company will achieve even
expected see completed
i.hey spent a week with Miss Atkinuu'j' : man at one time attempted to commit t t Florida and located at Newnansville, greater success in the future than it ;,
.f"\ vHHi and in within the
operation next I
; ': parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monthoon year. .
I 'iil' -Palatka News. suicide and declares that he will noi t r and shortly afterwards came to ucala. has in the past. .

v Atkinson. labor in the turpentine camps. lIe was here when the tocsin of war ,
I Rev. and Mrs. George Austin and sounded, and like most of the young Mrs. J. E. Barganier of Dunnellon
i Miss Janie Dunn and her aunt, who
Mr. L. F. Walsemann, representing in Ocala
was Tuesday, returning
their little son, who have been visit- men of the South enlisted as a soldier '.
have been spending the summer with ing relatives in Ocala and at Dunnel- the New York Packer, was in Ocalf and followed the fortunes of the Confederate home from a visit of several weeks ;

relatives at Abbeville, S. C., have returned I Monday and made the Ocala Banner a army until the fatal climax with relatives in Georgia. She also
Ion for the past few weeks, returned j
: THE JEWELER. to Ocala and Miss Dunn will pleasant call. Mr. Walsemann ha s at Appomattox was reached. He while away purchased the fall and
to their home at Jeffersonville, Ga., .
iv-open her private school in a few covered the entire peninsular por made soldier and left a winter stock; for her millinery store.
. a good
..44444...x4.444..411.4444 Saturday. They had a very pleasantvisit peerless
.. tion of Florida and the articles h<'
days. here and expect to keep up with record as a heritage to his count -
------- -- --- -. has written to the Packer are mos t '. Mr. John A. Tillman of SumterviUe.
: the news of Marion county through
Mrs. Robert Witter and children, admirable and place" Florida in rainbow After the cessation of hostilities county judge of Sumter county, and
Local and Personal the Ocala llannf'r.11'. Austin is the
: tints. He says that he shall pa Editor J. C. B. Koonce of the Sumter-
who have been spending the summer Methodist preacher at Jeffersonville, Captain Pooser returned to Ocala,
more attention Marion county hereafter viUe Times, were in the city Tuesday.
4 with relatives at St. Louis, Mo., returned and is a pleasant and agreeable heat his sword into a pruning hook
: Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. home Sunday. Mr. Witter young man. and will see that every: sectior I and joined with hundreds of others in Both gentlemen give good accounts of

-- of it has a hearing in the Packer. H e the progress and development! of their
rebuilding the fortunes of the South.
went to Jacksonville to meet his t
J .Miss i .nnie Clark is visiting relatives up thinks that we have a fine county county. Mr. Tillman said that vegetable I
family. Miss Sarah E. McCreery, of Madi \\ rile he engaged) in mercantile pursuits -
at Sparr. > and that it will grow better and better land in parts of Sumter county f
4 son. Tenn., who has been spending the lie also became an orange grower -
as the years come and go. In Mr. are bringing as good prices as tobacco -
Minnie Pitts, attractive vacation home her and trucker and made a success
an summer at -
Miss Lillie O'llaver of Keuka: is parents
-4 Walsemann Florida has a strong am ( lands in Gadsden. i
along these lines for 1 the reason that
.. -- visiting friends in this city. young ladyof Atlanta. Ga., arrived arrived Tuesday afternoon to resume steadfast friend.
her duties as a teacher in the he took a particular delight in agri-
in Ocala Saturday afternoon to spend A BOY OR A GIRL CAN EARN AS
cultural pursuits. Many of the gro'esaround
Miss Shelly Souter returned to several weeks as the guest of Miss Ocala High school. She was accompanied Mr. John O. Mathews of Barre MUCH AS A MAN.
Ocala before the great freeze,
Sparr Saturday, after a abort: visit in Lillian Thagard, at her home on Ok- from Nashville by Miss Mass., a former. citizen of Ocala anr
Rexie Todd who has spent the and which made her famous, were the
Ocala. lawaha avenue. past at one time sheriff of the county ama We want boys and girls who wantto
. work of his hands.
.. Tour months with relatives at Clinton i
pioneer orange grower, having beer I to solicit t
As we have before said. he wascongenial earn money subscriptionsfor
Miss America Pillans of Eureka has children KIiss McCreery will again make ,
Mrs. J. J. Williams and the first to
person plant an orang e the ATLANTA SEMI-WEEKLY
and popular, and this:: was
the her home with the .Tewett family.Mr. .
.. gone to Tallahassee to attend have returned from a visit of some grove on the south side of Orang*> ...ustrated by the manner in which bet JOURNAL. Don't hesitate becauseyou

.. State Female College. weeks with relatives at Umatilla. and Lake, is in Ocala and registered a t \I was elevated to public office. Besides are young, as you can do this i -
and Mrs. T. B. Zellner of Ama- I
for few before returning the Ocala House. Mr. Mathews i::s work as readily as older persons and
are in Ocala a days being popular he was tactful and magnetic
Mrs. J. J. Williams and children of i dillo, Texas, are in Ocala for a few ?\
in Massachusetts. IIi
to their home at IIomosassa. now farming s and never suffered defeat but we will pay you just the same. The i
Homosassa went to Umatilla Satur- days, and are the guests of Mr. Zell-
They are guests at tbe Spellman farming operations are confined yonce.. He was elected sheriff tax collector SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL is the ,
to visit relatives. ner's uncle Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, at
day Afternoon elusively to the growing of .
House. grass and a member of the legisla- best known semi-weekly newspaperin i
a his home on Fort King avenue Mr. which he makes into hay. He says i t ture. the South, and your spare: time :
:Miss Ernestine Brooks leaves on and Mrs. Zellner were married at
:: Mrs. W. D. Graham has returned is a sure and profitable crop; it ha s,' Captain Pooser was twice married working for it will pay you handsomely :.
Wednesday for Sutherland, where she Amadillo the 17th of this month,
home from a week's visit with her no enemies, is easily made and housed :"ihis J wives being sisters. and is surviv-' not in toys, watches or other small

-4 : will attend the Methodist College. : relatives at Carter's Pond, in the Fellowship their marriage being a prominent so- and is always marketable am rl 1-ed by a wife and five children: Mr. wares, but in CASH. In addition to

.m ) neighborhood, as have also ciety event in that city, and they are nets him about forty dollars an acre c James Pooser of Charleston, Mrs. R. cash commission, we are offering Seven
- Miss Meeks Ausley will leave in a spending their honeymoon. They area
Mrs. Jessie Haycraft and daughter, :\Mathews' friends are pleased ti 0.0. Connor Mr. Sam Pooser Miss Net Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($750)in
few days for Jacksonville, where she very charming couple, and will be
-till Miss Ethel who were the guests of see him again. I tie Pooser, Mr. Will Pooser and Master prizes. This money will be sent
. will take a course in the Massey Business in Ocala for several days.
out in time for Christmas. The
Mrs. Graham. Abner Pooser, all of this city. con-
-till College in that city. Health in the Canal Zone .
The funeral was held Sunday after- test closes December 15th, 1907.
-t1 Dr. James Edward Chace returned The high paid make it !
Mrs. Virgil Fant and her granddaughter wages I1 I noon at 4 o'clock, and the body was I 9- O-tf
Mrs. E. Maloney has been quite home Monday from a visit to his fam- mighty temptation to our young attlsans
- Miss Mnnie Fant, of Morris- j'laid' to rest in the family lot at Ever-
several to join the force of skillet
hick at the Ocala House for ily at Baltimore, Md., and before going
.. ton, are in Ocala and will make their workmen needed to construct thi pi I green cemetery.
__ days, but her friends will be glad to there he attended the dental convention PROFESSIONAL CARDS '
home here this winter with Mrs. Arch Panama Canal. Many are restrained':.1 I The funeral was largely attended
.. know that she is getting along nicely at Norfolk, Va., and took a however, by the fear of fevers an<1 jt
Mclver at her home in the fourth and was conducted by Rev. R. V. At-
now. peep at the Jamestown Exposition.Mrs. malaria. It is the knowing ones-
1 ward, and Miss Fant will attend the : kisson of thE"Iethodist church.
Chace and son, James, will remain those who have used Electric Bitters i:,

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Moore and family Ocala High School. in Baltimore until the first of who go there without this fear, wel.I 1';i I The grave was literally covered PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ,
- the cottage knowing they are safe from malar] II with beautiful floral] offering, attesting i
moved into I
-411 have now December, and at present Mrs. ious influence with Electric Bitter:*
Miss Nettie Lisk of Grahamvilleleft the love and esteem in which he It
on WatuU street, opposite the residence Thompson and Masters Robert and on hand. Cures blood poison, too, biliousness ].- I II Office Yonge Block.
moved Monday for Tallahassee, where and all stomach i was held. FLORIDA i ii
- of Dr. J. W. Hood, baring Hugh Ross Chace are visiting Rev. : weakness 1 i OCALA, -
jshe I will take a post graduate courseat liver and kidney) troubles. Guaranteed J The following gentlemen were tbe
Mrs. C. E. Powell at Lexington.Ky. I
IOyY'J the Florida Female College. Miss by Tydings & Co., druggists50c. !pall bearers: Messrs. Joseph T. Lancaster -i T. E. BIGGS. I
. Mr. Hugh Wicker of Coleman is the Lisk will also act as an assistant in mThe James R. Moorhead, George A.j I

: \1(, guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and the department of science at the col-! ,i! I i Carmichael, E. T. Williams, Leonard ATTORNEY AT LAW.

: the lege. I ,. .- _. '! Dozier and Frank Harris.
Mrs. J. .\. Walters. He will spend II"-M .. "I'U
__ in order to attend the > '! The Ocala Banner joins with the en- Law Library Building.
winter in Ocala
-411I School.Mr. Mrs. W. S. Bullock, who has s-peut ; \ : tirf community in offering sincere I i OCALA, FLORIDAE. :
Ocala High
-41 the summer at Wekiwa Springs, returned -:> mpathy 'o the grief-stricken family.

.-41 'hi: ; .district E. W.,Davis went, states down attorney to Brooks-for I her daughter home Julian.Monday Miss Her Alice, accompanied other Bullock sonrH.and hy'l I Fall o' the Year I II I.. .I Cannery for Crystal RiverM W. ATTORNEY DAVIS. AT LAW Ig

business her son.
-41 '. I il::> Monday afternoon" on : L. Latham of Crystal River, Fla., ,
He wsa ac- liam, who has been at the springs all I
-. "injected with his office. : < !lI"t.r home from Ball Ground, Ga.

::= >:ipanied by his; little son. summer, will remain for a few days ) Brings changes in the styles 4 i : a nlac1 near Atlanta, where he has OCALA, Gary. Block.. FLORIDA'R
: !b PPll engaged in operating a tomato

-11/I Mr. L. M. Raysor of Anthony came of f Footwear as well as inclothing. I I c.u.nine; factory. Mr. Latham was all D. Ii

y V .\ U Saturday afternoon and remain- Major and )Irs. T. U. Haley, whohave I To be up-to-date i ml Jes. :as he had received news thata FULLER.DENTIST..

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-4 and was here to bid his Warm Springs, Ga., have returned to .I.home week. He that he :x
'?l.is; city, last says OCAL.FLORIDA
-411 good-bye. this city. They were called home earlier You Owe it to Your Feet 1 :
Lola Raysor
.1.. 1 I 1.'liter, Miss ? B intpn-ls putting in an oyster canning
--/ than they expected to return by : i plant at Crystal River this season, J. E. CHACE, D. D. S. |

-. Mr. "Bat" Lanier, one of the most I the illness of their daughter, Mrs. Edward I" an-1 i will engage in canning the Crystal -

-. a: rive and energetic" citizens of Lake I L. McIntosh, who has been to see' us. We are ready to i I | river oyster.-Times-Union DENTIST. 1

-sS ,aunty, was in Ocala Saturday, and quite sick for several days.Mr. serve you to your satisfation i -

-4 iiil not forget to give as the pleasure I;: Card of Thanks Holder Block.
-411 call. W. W. Condon is now in New > : OCALA, FLORIDA

-411 f a .r 0 York, where he will be for ;several The Marion Shoe Go. i iYI desire to express our very heart- 1 t

-'S :\1 r. IHardy) Rainer. a pioneer settler 'i weeks, purchasing the holiday anal 1-1i felt thanks to all those who were so BOARDING HOUSE.
-411 I attentive and thoughtful to us In our Location Convenient to Business
visit- for his jewelry i
the stock of goods
.... Pal\ Sprigs was among winter (J. M. MefTert! D. B. Mayo.)
r.cr-nt bereavement, and we take this Center.No. .
FridayMr.. He will buy the Ian
the "Brick City" establishment. I
-4I r to BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. S'i them that their Ocklawaha Avenue.
method of assuring 49
has recently moved to the Ea.u est and most varied line of goods this ; #
(rtrner OCALA, FLORIDA. 0(. will be forgotten by W. C. BULl.THE .
kindness! never MRS.
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well of that he has ever
,. district' and speaks I season :
-'S A A ,.,, A N i us.Irs.. F. D. Poopr" and Family. s-mm -
Ocala. !
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and Mrs.:
were Mr. r HIBITION
LIFE AT CITRA. Miss Carrie Barco of York was held' Those present Graham atMrs. d !
sentiment the presi- W .D. _
iiirprohit< Mrs.
DOINGS AT evening }1. T. .
Dealers' Association at "Swiss Cottage'; Thursday and daughter, and I

j TOLD d'-nt of the Liquor H G. Haycraft 'I I following statesmanlike
Mar The
make Special cor. to the Ocala Bnner: attended by some of tt.elite of )I r-. Edward i
it saloonists to and
j urges upon Mr. I of ex- !
of Ocala, the
j, After'social music and ;l: Ethel, letter from pen
Pleased With the Teachers-The Wet their saloons more attractive and find School opened last Monday with a' teL converse others. The evening" was spent verj ,.far-seeing tae.

and Dry Contest Assuming Shape other means of attracting the boys rather small enrollment. Miss Elizabeth games a temperance society was or pleasantly. 1! President Jefferson Davis upon .

Getting Warm-The and young men and inducing them t to ganized. A number were initiatedinto i Butch of Blitchton is of prohibition, commends it- ____
and subject
j Mizelle is principal and 3Ir: ,: the impressive rites of the degree :, Miss Lesie .
of all citiwho -
People City.Mr.
Country Brick
the :I the
I visiting in self to
Care Harter of Sparr, has charge of and all pronounced it I
Way Well, no manufacturing establishment : present 1 i, Sebe Weathers and Mr. Montholon !I i earnestly desire the welfarezens

I without raw material. tbe primary department.Mrs. superb.D. Brick City
can run visited the :
Cor Ocala! Banner: Atkinson
Special moved
in 1 ne business of the saloon man is t to J. S. Wycoff and children returned M. Barco and family have i of the commonwealth:
Owing to tb- damage wrought : from Cotton Plant to York, and W.1 E. : Monday.: I July 3u" 18-.
if it is her Mass.,
drunkards so Beauvoir,
manufacture home last week after spending Atkinson is visiting, .
Ma anatomy by the bactus mal-aria ;| not your boy or my boy it must tour several months with relatives in ; Veal has sold out his mercantile business : Miss Mr and Mrs. Montholon At Colonel R. P. Lubbock: ,

last week Barkis was unable to furnish : neighbors boy that) must go Savannah, Ga. at Clark and moved his familyto parents, My Dear Friend-Yours of the 12rh

his weekly quota of items and through the mill and come forth a Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Wartinan'' York who are pleasantly domiciledwith kinson.Ernest Rawls will shortly leave instant WIreceh'ed. its enclosures has been
and family
reflections for the Banner but thanks' j finished sot, thence to be kicked out ..,, have gone to Brighton, S. C. After : D. M. Barco for the "Bay City." '<
time i in
of his
to the quinine and calomel bottles ware i i to gravitate to the low doggery. One 1! spending a short while there they will ;, Veal spends after a business part interests i in i Dan Cupid is on the warpath, and I have heretofore declInedan

in the ring again, if even somewhat man says but few drinkers become go on to New York to meet their-:' looking i j we think the wedding bells will ring, sorer an"of the inquiries made for

disftgur(>(). j drunkards but even if that be true daughter Miss Mary, woo sailed from other localities. 1 soon. Come, wonder with me. my opinion on the constitutional: I
after spendingsome
Mrs. H. W. Long.
The Reddick Junior High School j each one is some mother's son and I, Berlin on the 14th, and is expected to \ and its vicinity Mr. J. W. Coulter of Blitchton amendment now pending in Texas.Reared .

opened on the first Monday of September worth saving.; BARKIS. arrive in New York on the 21th. ;, time in Quincy through this section on hisI in the creed of democracy
friends returnedto 'passed
witb the usual number of ) Mrs. R. T. and Mrs. C. R. Carter I II | with relatives and has withits
I grown
Monday. tenets
where she will remain way to Ocala mv faith in its
; with Miss Hawkins j FLEMINGTON spent Friday of last week in Micah Jacksonville numerous to the maximthat
children present quite I adhere
| are getting and
some time with relatives, and Buggies growth,
., of Gainesville as principal, and Miss ) I py. I from there to her home near Matte of late in our village, and on certain "the world is governed too
: Cor. Ocala Banner: S. S. Harris Seattle (
JUnes as assistant, and from present Special A card from Mrs. : around the corners
( Rev. M. H. Outland and family will I days they whiz mucb"
Indications we are to have one of the+ i! Fall of the year is now here and we Wash., to one of her "Orange i Look out. girls. achieved their independence (
I spend several days of this week t at I quite often. When our fathers
most successful terms the Reddick i to welcome it. Blossoms, stated that she would TECUMSEH. of the -
are glad 'I the corner-stone
I | Inglis and feast on fish and oysters. \1
school has ever had. Hiss Hawkins II!I Miss Ella Powell opened her schoolat on the big ship Minnesota for China I _- constructed was individual -
j and other good things, and while there government they
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but with on the 12tb of this month. I I IN SEASON
came to us as a stranger I Flemington last Monday morning. A WORD and the social organ- .
condition liberty
he will look after the spiritual I
".: the reputation of being one of the The writer, with others, wishes for Mr. J. C. Greiner in visiting in Vii fur
d teachers in the state ginia. of the good people of that growing I Reddick Fla., Sept. 23, 1907. izations they established were not
most successful her a successful term.Our .
for the protectionof
and EO far s>h.; has sustained that farmers are busy gathering Dr. Carswell has gone to Jacksonville locality. To the Editor Ocala Banner: the surrender
f Henry Bates has recovered from a of the cotton season natural rights. For this, governments
p f reputation. It seems that she captured to meet his wife, who has been: At the opening

the entire school, both boys and their The corn.protracted meeting closed here spending the last two months in relapse of typhoid fever, and is able j of 1896. the farmers around Lake City were established, deriving their

to get around and attend to odds and pound for from the consent of the
offered IS cents per just power
and they never Woodstock, Va. were
the first day, addition
I girls very last week. There was only one I
tire of praising her. Miss Hines to the church membership.Mis ends about the place.ELECTRA their long staple cotton. Instead of governed. This was not to subject

was re-elected after the close of the Leila Jones of Wiliston was BELLEVIEW ITEMS selling their cotton at that price 1C6 themselves to the will of the majority -

such] ITEMS formed a stock as appears from the fact that each
of the cotton
when she did growers (
last Thurs
school year i the guest of Mrs. D. Fant last J
splendid work as Mr. Simmons' as Special Cor. Ocala Banner: concern built a cotton warehouse. community inserted in its f1.P ,amen- !

sistant. Some of the larger boys who day.Miss Allie Mathews left last Saturday The Baptist revival closed Sunday Special Cor. Ocala Banner: stored their cotton and later sold it tal law a bill of rights to gu :j the .

intended going away from home to for Summerfield, where she will morning. The meetings were of much' : Heavy equinoctial showers continue for 35 cents. inalienable privilege of the indhidual t

school, and who only intended to at teach school this winter. We wish interest and greatly enjoyed by all] to fall. Harm Jordan at the cotton grow There was then a two-fold purposein

tend echool here until the other for her a successful term.We who attended them. Re,. McLeod of The farmers are busy gathering i in ers' meeting at White Springs, say gO\"ernment-protection and prevention '.

schools opened, in order to brighten notice certain man Webster did some faithful work that the long staple cotton crop of against trespass by the strong
a young their corn and cotton, preparing their !
'Jp a little and in order to undergo traveling west pretty often. There while here and made many friends 191.5. -90.0UO bales-sold for $1,500.- upon the weak the many upon the t..__
fall and winter gardens, and wishing; ,
the necessary examinations in thefchoo15 must be some attraction. who regretted to see him leave. We 000. The cotton crop of 1906--60,000 few. .

they expected to attend, have Miss Carrie Caldwell, who visited hope to welcome him here again in for just enough of sunshine to harvest bales-sold for $9.000,000+ ; or two- The world had long suffered from ;

do better the future. peavine hay. thirds large a sold for twiceas of under
decided that they cannot here last week, returned to her hon *- near as crop the oppressions government

anywhere than under Miss Hawkins at Candler last Sunday. Mrs. Lilla Driggers of Oxford was Miss Belle Bishop was thrown froma much. the pretext of ruling the divine right.

tutilage. Mr. Edd Caldwell of Candler visited up Wednesday visiting her sister, horse while out riding Saturday A few :years ago a short cotton crop and excusing the invasion into private ,

Sore eyes have been very prevalent friends here last Sunday and Mon Mrs. Freeman of Belleview, and went morning, but we are glad to note sbe of S.< 00,000 bales sold for an aveargf and domestic affairs on the plea :,

hereabouts and nearly half tbe day. UNCLE REMUS. on to Shady Grove to visit other relatives was not seriously hurt. of but 6 cents a pound. The cotton of paternal care for the morals and

school children have been affected. returning to Oxford Sunday. Miss America Pillans and Miss Net- crop of 1903, between 11,0+ 0,000 and good order of the people.

Mr. J. W. Wilson is home again after EVINSTON, BOARDMAN AND Me- Miss Lula Snow and Mrs. May Mcruaul tie Lisk left Monday for Tallahassee 12IMMVK)0 bales, sold for $35UI< +ii o,00u+ Our sires rejected ail such pr"-en-

his trip to Jamestown Baltimore INTOSH went to Jacksonville Monday: to resume their school work. and this year's crop, estimated at sions, their system being: Government

New York and other places in the on a business trip, returning Tuesday Miss Dixie Pillans is much pleased about the same number of bales, i is by the people for the people.

states. His wife and babies: night. with her school at Lake Bryant.Mr. sell for including cotton
Eastern Special Cor. Ocala Banner: expected to resting on the basis of natural inalienable

who have been on the Gulf coast from On Tuesday night the north bound J. P. Holly is contemplating a by-products $1,000,000.000+ + or nearly] rights. Upon the basis i of f
Wilson's Mr. Bob Evins is home again off the track here trip to Salt Springs. We hope he will
Lave; also returned. Mr. his six weeks' vacation from his passenger train got three times as much. these general propositions, I will

trip was cut short by the illnesss of and opposite the depot, and had.it. not return much improved in health. The increased value of the cotton briefly answer the inquiry in regard '.
Mr. Evins is so genial
Mr. Lester Lombart, who had chargeof store. been that the train was slowed up to The people of Moss Bluff are gladto crop of 1907 over 1903 will be enoughto
to the prohibition amendment at i-
friends t to
pleasant that his are glad _
the railroad office during his absence. put off a passenger much damage welcome their new neighbors Ir. buy the state of Florida four times ue. .f

welcome him back. might have been done. As it was it and Mrs. Mrs. Bob Tucker. Mr. Tucker over.
excellent "Be ye temperate in all things."
Rev. Barrs preached an
Quite a number of our people have ook the Summerfield and Santos sec has bought and moved into the Jonas + The Cotton Association of Little
sermon to tOO delight of his audience was a wise injunction, and would apply -
been sick recently from malarial fevers tion gangs to repair the track for the Driggers place. Rock unanimously agreed to hold
last Sunday. Mr. Barrs is a very earnest to intolerance as well as to druu-
but most of them are all right; other trains, and the express was held Mrs. Della Rembert who has been their cotton for 15 cents a pound. ;
worker in good cause. kenness. I That the intemperate I
a ue
again. here from 1 to 6 o'clock. Fortunatelyno ; visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W The Long Cotton Association at White
H. Price with her four of intoxicating liquors is !
Mrs. Carlton an evil. few
the E. Martin, has returned to her home
Oar blacksmith has gone one was hurt. Fla. last
Springs, week agreed to hot
for their home at West if would
children any deny.
there is been sick, We learn that both patrons and t
woodbine twineth, and none Mr. Cauthen has quite pupils their cotton for from So\ to 35 cents
to take his place. Reddick needa -* Palm Beach today. we are sorry to hear. His many; are delighted with their teacher pound. That it is at the root of many o'j:'j
Mr. Norsworthy and daughter, Ella per cial disorders is conceded but
good blacksmith and wheelrightand friends wish for him a speedy recov Miss McCarley.: JOHN PETER. Why is this change in the
great cotton
reached home las week after an ab- :be question arises, what is the ap-
there is not a stand in the state market? There ]
are today 2>)0-
kind sercp of three months, a part of ery.Mrs.. is ) ANTHONY DOTS nropriate remedy and what the present J
where a man of the right can J. F. Pelot resting quite III)!} farmers belonging to the F. C. 1&
which time was spent in Canada necessitTo destroy individual
make more money running a shop Comfortably at this writing. Her C. U., most of them in the cotton
than right tere. Both are looking well. nany friends hope it will not be long Special Cor. Ocala Banner: states. liberty and moral responsibility wouldbe
They are a unit on tbe planof 1
of citizens are very much] Mrs. Junius Flewellen came home before she be getting around to eradicate one evil by the substitution
Many our can There will be a basket picnic at Anthony the grower of cotton
making tfap
last Saturday after visiting friend : of
another, which it submitted
disappointed to find the Star taking again. Saturday, September 28, to price on cotton instead of the is -

the stand for "license" in the coming and relatives in Atlanta.FAIRFIELD Miss Pauline Cauthen spent Satur- which everybody is cordially invited. and cotton gambler. Instead speculator of was offered as a remedy. -.The:

local option cpntest. FACTS jay night and Sunday with Miss Cre- Several speakers of prominence are forcing the cotton on the market. Texas abuse and not the use of stim ula..ts. '1

s It goes without saying that a vast ala Nix. expected. The ladies of the Methodist alone has 800 cotton warehouses. it must be confessed, is the evil tGoi.e 1

of the white people, especially remedied. Then it clearly follows! 1
majority church will serve ice cream, owned by the farmers in
Special Cor. Ocala Banner' : which they; that
in the country precincts are un MARTEL JOTTINGS cake, etc., for the benefit of their tore and hold cotton till the market action should clearly be directed

alterably opposed to license in Marion We still find ourselves having an church. Ample provision for shelterin justifies them to sell it. The against the abuse rather than the u=,>.

county. These people are tba abundance of warm weather in this Special Cor. Ocala Banner: case of rain. cotton states are doing likewise.orh The r If drunkenness be the cause: of disorder U-

who the county section and some fine rains along falling, after a and crime, why not
ones support papers Copious rains are Our baseball boys were disappointed northern counties in this stat are pronounce
at least as far as their subscription with it, which are highly appreciated comparatively dry spell of several last Tuesday that the Ocala team the same. What are Marion: drunkenness itself to be a crime; ami

and the who is opposed to Mr. Jim Robinson of Reddick wasa county attach to it proper and adequate
man due to their being pen
goes weeks, which is very much needed to did not come, pitcher farmers doing on this line?. Whatis
saloons doesn't like to see the paper visitor to our town Wednesday sick but the game is expected to she doing to help the farmers alties. If it be objected that the pen,
fill the ponds.An
he depends upon for local news, and morning. come off next Saturday, .and will be hold up the price of cotton? alties could not be enforced that is

which his wife :and children read Mr. W. A. Yongue was a visitor to enthusiastic meeting of the An one of the additional attractions of many warehouses for the How- an admission that popular opinionwould
storing of
standing up for the liquor traffic. But <. Gala Wednesday. ti-Saloon League was held at Martel: the picnic. I cotton are there in the be opposed to the law hut if
the average man makes up his mindon Messrs. H.V.. Nettles and Neal! Sunday, and stirring addresses were Our school is running smoothly and are you doing brother county farmer to What aid it be true that juries could not be impaneled

this question independent of the Mathews of Flemington were in our harmoniously, and making a very and build who would convict so degraded -
made by P. A. Ausley, J. M. Bryan up the farming industries of
newspapers. The evils of the traffic town Tuesday. high average in attendance.Miss a criminal as a drunkard it n c"- ..
your ? If it
county has
and R. S. Woodard. That organization paid the cotton
W. 0.V.. Camp at this place
that can under ne Graham sarily follows that
are so plain anyone Mamie has left for growers of the South a statutory prohibition : -
has changed its meeting nights, and! meets the second and fourth Sun f to unite in
stand them. her home in Jacksonville after a few j their: efforts to control against the sale and use of intoxicants -
.. the
The article copied from a Jacksonville henceforth meetings will be held every days in each month at lo:3o: a. m. weeks' visit to relatives )ere. i cotton why won't it would be a dead letter.. =.
i pay you to unite
paper in regard to the taxing of other Friday night. Doctor Dodge of Ocala filled his reg Mr. Goodwin Graham left last Fri- j and co-operate with .I "I might appeal to men not a.. <>'d

church and containing tirade Mr. J. M. Sherouse of Reddick wasa ; ular appointment at Martel Sunday your brother as myself
property a i day morning for Fairbanks, Fla.. | farmer in your peculiar line of farm-.I to sustain the a:?::F \tin i.
against preachers and churches visitor to our little town Tuesday. I afternoon, and preached, as usual, a that the convivial
where he will be in charge of the rail : ing. In union there is use of into .!:'- ,
and Christianity in general bears the Mr. W. J. Lohrig was in our town]l soul-stirring sermon. road and express business at that why not unite with and the occurrence of drunkenness '
the .
earmarks of the low doggery rather Monday, looking after his business affairs : Most of our farmers have finished place. ion. Individually Un'I had become less frequent within: the f. J J

than the respectable (?) saloon. and in this section. He returned tc I gathering corn, which in quality and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harris of Valdosta -. I. the conditions cannot combat.i last twenty :years than it was hf' ou'.
surrounding you. Col
will prove a boomerang for the liquor Dallas Tuesday morning. quantity is above an average crop. : Ga., are visiting Mrs. Harris old( lectively: the farmer who The refining influences of edt tcat: 'I. t.

interest. COW BOY. Miss Stella Martin, the teacher of home and her father, Dr. C. W. Lind. this year $7OOO.w oon0 of produces: and Christianity may be cred' ed

There are 1716 whites and 400 Martel school, opened! the same with ner, of this: place. be the controlling power of wealth this can, with this result. Why not allow 'b"eblessed
blacks with no saloons. Dunnellon FLEMINGTON an attendance of twenty-eight pupils, Mrs. Nilla Smith of Cedar Keys Lan : And why are 30,000,000 farmers in handmaidens of virtue and ;

t',is one saloon for every COO people which is progressing nicely. a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs..1 United States controlled the morality to continue unembarras i

within ten mies and Ocala has en,? !. Special! Cor. Oca'a! Banner: t W. B. Johnson of Yaldosta, Ga., of; John Harvey 1 igaru'j'.er of Wall Stret? by the stock: their civilizing work? .
t Because
for every 1500 peop'e. I We have ben having some vet. ; e firm of Clark. Ray, Johnson & Co., Mr. Gene Harvey has returned to I ; stock specualtors ar" united t:'5 Yea have a!:<-a..;- provision for: I 1-. I

When liquor was sold in Reddick heavy rains tor the past few days. I will move his family to Martel as. his former position with the McDowel!1 j farmers are not. Brother farmer an-1 'h?' I cal prohibition. If i- has proved the t

there were about 100 cases tried before There was an ice cream supper given -I soon as the warm weather is over. Lumber Company. have the opportunity of you I wooden horse in which a disguise:: .

the justice of the peace in two at the Oak Hill school house las t The regular meeting of Friendship I to change helping; ; enemy to state 3
sovereignty the
your future life and pros"perity. as
years. Since that time they have not Friday night for the benefit of th I Lodge, No. 53, F. and A. II., was held BERLIN ITEMS I' Will yo$ help yourself? \guardian of individual liberty was iny-

averaged one for each month, and school. There was a large crow
they were all ordinary misdemeanor present and everybody had a goo(i I was large, and a strong I Special Cor. Ocala Banner: !, "T --._ J:progressive march would probably be

cases, while during tb time liquor time.Mrs. working team of Marion-Dunn Lodgeof The debate at the Berlin school]I'! : For a Sprained Anke! i from village to state and from state J-

was sold here we had more cases of A. J. Edwards of Ocala is th Ocala honored us witb their presence Friday afternoon was on the subject. : about A sprained ankle may be cured ir| I( to United States, and result in a go\- .:;

murder and assaults with intent to of her sister, Mrs. M. J. Mix:. : one-third the time .;
I guest j and as a matter of courtesy conferred of "Wet or Dry. On the "wet" side> qu red by usually re.1| ernmental supervision and paternity

Mil than cf misdemeanor cases now. son this week. I the F. C. degree upon one can- were Robert Ferguson, John William:-. ., Pain Balm freely applYing, and Chamberlain's i ; instead of the liberty the heroe;> ot

During the first year and a half that I D. R. Mixson: made a flying trip tc'I dilate, and raised two candidates to,'I' and; Miss Mabel Beck. On the "dry i, tate rest. For sale giving by all it ab drug<\o,; !! 177G left as a legacy to their poster

Dr. Wilson served as magistrate he Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. 'I the sublime degree of M. M. Between I side were Gary Beck, Fred Smith and l : =lsti>. m ity. Impelled by the affection and

paW more fines into the county treasury 'I Jim Wilson has given up hi;31 conferring degrees a bountiful repastwas i Miss Lottie Mills. Judges, Rev. Z. Arumpton I i!I I gratitude I feel for the people of Tex-

than all the other magistrates ittla position as night guard with the Edwards spread, which was partaken of, j : Geo. W. Mills and oui: ; Cabbage Plants. I jas, and the belief that 1; I
: 500.000 Jersey a great >?;-
county and th<'" county judge to.1 Naval Stores Company, and returned with a relish. A vote of thanks was. winsome assistant teacher, Miss Ra; Dutch Wakefield. Fla!t i ion: of American policy is qut
and involve 'n
ett.'r. Compare (that time-four : to his home at Williston. given to our visiting brethren for, Folks. After a hot debate: lasting foi: I: 1 Early Summer; ready Oc.1 j the: issue you have before thjeilence
; $1.25 you, J
jtober per 1000.
murders during one Christmas-with.1 Everybody is cordially invited t<} their presence and assistance. over an hour, the judges gave the. i T. K. Address, ; I had hoped to observe has f:
the present. With a saloon: times=; usit our Sunday school at any time" Mr. Richard Pound of Jacksonville, "drys" the right of way, and the war: 9.13-2t GODBEY & SON broken. If the utterance iI

here would be just as bad as then. I UNCLE REMUS. 1 the affable agent of the Ludden and I they flourished the little strands ol r : Waldo, Via. anything for good, it will shall avail
I compensate
One mother's son is worth all the. I {! Bates Music Company, spent Sunday I white ribbon was a caution. |i FOR RENT-Furnished me for the objurgations with which I

levenue this county ever has or ever FOR SALE My property on Okla.-;( with R. Woodard and family at There was a small party at the s .rooms for light rooms; alsc) shall doubtless be pursued
housekeeping..o by the fol
will receive for liquor license.In waha avenue. For terms, etc., appl;;r j Martel. home of Mr. and Mrs. Mabe Carter. Mrs. Haycraft Applj lowers of the
I 59 N. of
Iew of the alarming! spread ol to: Mrs.. E. Jeffords, Ocala, Fla. 9- 1Ct:. | An. enjoyable social in honor of, at Carter's Pond, last Firday evening'I First 9-26-121.SL Faithfully yours, the day.


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Local and Personal :Mr. Hardy C. Croom has gone to ;, Death of Miss Isabel Simms The Barbecue at Shady I i Some Excitement at Dunnellon '

l Colol'ado.'h re he will spend; the': Miss Isabel Simms who has made From Friday's Daily: I Saturday morning there was quit: A PELVIC DISEASE

few months for the benefit of his 'I
near j her home in Ocala for several years The Shady barbecue which took an exciting time at Dunnellon. A :\Ir.i .
Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. heuitn.Mr. i OJ ll'nufi Perun Cured Me In aVery
with her nephew and niece, Mr. and place yesterday was a big success. I Gardner
-- -. I a traveling man, was a passenger egad Tune'AS
I Mrs. J. S. Hooper, died at their residence The barbecue was held at Coins'
J. Z. Peacock and Miss Gertrude on the "short"coming to.
Mr. J.V.. Coulter, the well knows on North Main street at ten Spring, about one mile west of. Shady .
May Kelley were married in Ocala Ocala. As he was sitting in the train ..--',,,
merchant of Blitchton, was numbered : o'clock Saturday morningOn and which is a most delightfulspot. r :
Saturday by Mr. E. T. Williams, notary a young man Mr. Cecil Phillips of f
among Ocala's business visitors on Friday Miss Simms complained A large number were in attendance II I... .
Friday.Mr. public. i iI of feeling bad, but did not go to bed, and everybody had an exceedingly Dunnellon, came up and hit him o\vr I If JA !
: :
f :
the head with an axe handle, and ,
I I and was up for her breakfast Satur pleasant time.
Clarence Meffert came home 'I fight I, Mi
yesterday quite an exciting ensue<<
and Mrs. Ed<< Clements and baby day. After breakfast she again complained There was no master of ceremonies
I afternoon from Lowell, where .I Phillips finally shooting Mr. Gar inn>
of Dunnellon were in Ocala Friday, of having a severe pain in her and no regularly prepared program, ,
I he stopped Thursday on his way horn I through the leg, causing a very j,am
ret(rnmg from a pleasant visit to chest, and retired. Mr. Hooper telephoned but everybody mingled together in an 'II
from Daytona Beach. ful flesh wound. The fight way rru
White Springs.A for Dr. Dozier, but before he informal way, and a general good gar.
I result of jealousy.A .
arrived Miss Simms had expired. The time was the result. (
Miss Marie Richardson, Judge Bell's telephone message from Mr Ph..
of her death is to
number of Ocala Masons wt-nt cause supposed Supt. W. D. Cam of this city, president
stenographer, has to Gainesvilleand lips last night stated that he wa min >
gone have been .
St. Johns assist acute indigestion.The of the Anti-Saloon League, introduced I
out to Friday night
High Springs for a visit to relatives I jail, and that the other man pui!. ''l
deceased of
was seventy years Dr. W. H. Dodge of the Presbyterian
the local lodge in the work of conferring
his first and that he shot him ? '
and friends.Mr. gun u
degrees. age and was born at Lynchburg, Pa. I church, who made a very
self defense. This affair has crM ed
Before coming to Ocala, she lived for splendid temperance address.
little excitement in Dunne]
some u>u
How to make ice cream. The great David S. Woodrow reacted several years in Tampa, and the funeral Dr. R. V. Atkisson of the Methodist .. .
Mr. is well known err :;
home from Baltimore, will be held in that city, the body Phillips a youngman
secret in making ice cream is to use yesterday amMrs. : Church was next called on and also
and is well connected throe lout -
Woodrow and daughter will re having been shipped to Tampa last
BLUE HlBnOextracts, lemon or vanilla spoke along the same line, making .
the state. He is a brother of Hon
turn in another month. night, and was accompanied by Mr.
fla I some good points in favor of the temperance
then have
for you a perfect I H. S. Phillips and Mr. J. Harvey Phil : ,
and Mrs. Hooper. side. ,
vor. lips of Tampa.
Capt. Samuel R. Pyles says that Miss Simms was a member of the At noon, the barbecued meat, which

had the heaviest rainfall of the Presbyterian church, and during her
Mr. Sumter Brooks, the well known they was indeed fine, withbread, pickles; <..:. :
manager of the Sumner Lumber Com season in his section Saturday after residence among us lived a quiet and and other accompaniments, was partaken The Confederate MonumentThe

pany and postmaster at Zuber, was noon. It poured in torrents godly life and her death comes as a I of. and pronounced to be as monument to the Confederate<<

doing/ business in Ocala Friday. I shock to her friends. l fine as was ever eaten anywhere. dead, which is to be erected in this

Messrs. George Giles & Company Among those who attended the bar city by the Dickison Chapter, Daugh MRS, SOPHIA CALDWELL. '::::

Messrs.V.. I). Edwards G. C. Edwards are treating their ginning establishment Peterman-Webb I becue from Ocala were the following:
ters of the Confederacy was ordered 7 SOPHIA CALDWELL, 1125
and G. D. Edwards, leading to a new coat of paint, which At ten-thirty o'clock Wednesday; I Messrs. 'J. D. Robertson. Ed Carmichael -
St. Nashville Teno.
several from
weeks the MariettaGa.
r merchants of Crystal River, Dunnel- has greatly improved its appearance. morning Mr. Henis Peterman and I and O. B. Howse who went out ago writes:

Ion And llernando were among the Miss Hilda Webb were united in mar in the former's automobile: Dr. W. II. ( .) Marble Works, whose representative i "After doctoring for a year and find-

well tnown'isitors to Ocala on Fri- Mr. T. Pritchett of Candler was riage at the.home of the bride in Dun I Dodge Dr. R. V. Atkisson and daughter visited this city some time trig no relief from leucorrhea resulting

day. among the Saturday visitors to Ocala. nellon. The wedding was a pretty I Lucile, Supt.V.. D. Cam. Mr. ago.The from prolapsus uteri, and which was

He said that he had been over a large uome affair, and was witnessed by the Charles Flippin and others. monument will be twentyfivefeet sapping my life forces away, I finally

J Mrs. A. E. White of Citra who has portion of the orange growing sectionof intimate friends of the young couple. high, made of white marble, and tried Peruna, and when I found that It

been spending some: time past at Pablo the state and estimates that there After a short wedding trip, Mr. and The Winner for First Bale will be a very handsome shaft. It will was helping me every day, it seemed
almost too good to be true.a
Beach, has now gone to Bennetts- will not be more than Ealf a crop of Mrs.: Peterman will reside at Archer, |From Friday's Daily: cost $1500, and the money for the payment "But, It not only helped me, It cured

vilZt. S. C., where she will spend a fruit this season. He is a man of excellent where Mr. Peterman is now foreman Messrs. George Giles & Company of of the same has all) been collected. ae and In a very short time.

few weeks before returning to her judgment and has had large of the Maddox Iron foundry. I this city have been exercising very "1 am now enjoying the bestof health.

home. experience in gathering oranges and The bride is an attractive young commendable efforts in trying to The monument will be erected in 411 am strong and free from pain, and

i Lis estimates can be relied on. woman of rare musical abilities antis I stimulate the growth of cotton in this the southwest corner of the court I certainly feel that" all praise and honor
due to Peruna.
and I the youngest daughter of Mr. and house yard and will probably be un- are
prominent for this offered
Mr 1.V.. Boring a I I county, and purpose Thousands of women will read the
pioneer citizen of Pine was in Ocala Mr. W. W. Stripling has returned Mrs. G. P. Webb of Dunnellon.Mr. several very splendid prizes, announcement veiled some time in January with ap- testimonial of Mrs. Caldwell M above

Friday, and renewed his subscription trim an extended trip through Georgia Peterman formerly resided iu of which was printed in propriate and imposing ceremonies.The given.

to the Ocala Banner, and said that and says that the farmers in that Ocala, being with the Ocala Foundryand the local papers of this city, both in Daughters are certainly to be Thousands of them will be induct to

the people in his neighborhood were state are in fine shape and are busy Machine shops, and his friends the:: daily and weekly editions. congratulated on the interest they try the remedy that saved her.

well\ pleased with the paper. gathering the fleecy staple that is here will read with interest of his The first prize was twenty-five dol- have manifested in their efforts to Thousands of them will have the

making the South ircher than the digging wedding. lare for the first bale of cotton procure this monument, and it will same experience she had.

"Dare stand alone if you are right." ; of gold in the Klondike. Mr. wrought to their establishment, and certainly be a splendid addition to Peruna is the remedy such women
need. Peruna like boon to suffering
comes a
-Arcadia Champion. When an editor Stripling says that the farmers have Colonel Albertus Gets a Good Salary this was won by Mr. Roberts. who the court house grounds.The womankind.

up this way gets in a condition made excellent crops and are in good Col. Albertus Vogt, one of our Flor lives at Lynne, across the river in the Mrs.John IIopp, Webster Ave,Glendale f

\\A\ he can't "stand alone," the sup- spirits over the fact that the price has ida pioneers, and the discoverer of southeast section of the county. Mr. Oklawaha Inn Changes Hands : L. I., N. Y., has also been relieved

positi>a is that there is something now advanced to fifteen cents a phosphate in Florida, says the Hull E. L. Martin of Moss Bluff was a Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Shaw have leased of pelvic catarrh by Peruna.

wrol1.ith him and he is turned over pound. mines are turning out quantities of close second, and was given a ten the oklawaha Inn which, for some

to the police. phosphate, that they are shipping it dollar bill, although there was no years has been conducted by Mrs. M.

A letter received from Mrs. D. S.S'oodrow to all points of the world, and that it prize offered for the second bale H. Hatchell. Mr. Shaw, until a few Jerry Burnett

Ebb Harris and :Mrs. Harris left << yesterday afternoon contains will eventually make Florida rich Mr. brought in. days ago was the: proprietor of the ,

Sunday mornlns; for Lake City, after : the pleasing information that Hull is on a visit north and may visit There are quite a number of other Fort King Dairy.

having spent a delightful vacation of she is now nearly recovered. She has Paris and Liverpool before his return. prizes, to which the attention of our Mr. and Mrs. Shaw will open the Merchant

several weeks with relatives acre.Ebb left the hospital in Baltimore and is where they have branch offices. Mr. cotton growers has been called, and Oklawaha Inn just as soon as the

is a freight conductor on the now at New Windsor, Md., where she Vogt says there is great demand for they are attractive enough to keepup kitchen, which was recently burned Tailoring.;
will remain for several weeks longer
Georgia: Southern between lake City phosphate and contracts are way the interest in sending cotton to can be finished, which will be withina

and<<1 Tifton.-Madison New Enter- The physician thinks she had ahead, yet to be filled. Mr. Vogt is this: establishment throughout tbe ftw iu.s.Mrs. Ocala, Florida.'inestImported.

Prise. best remain Maryland until the in the employ of Mr. Hull and gets season. Hatchell and Miss Grace Hat- and
of October. Mr. Woodrow is :
middle one of the best salaries paid to any The price of cotton and the reputation chell are at present with the former's Domestic Cloths. .

Mr. Elijah Ferguson: of the Witch- now en route to Ocala, and will be man in the state.-Lakeland Sun. this county has already created sister Mrs. C. A. Liddon. Miss Hatchel -

ton neighborhood was in Ocala Friday here in a day or so. :Mrs. Woodrow's as a cotton growing county ought to will leave the first of October'or Cutting a Specialty

and made has acknowledgement friends are delighrted to hear such Life at Silver Springs induce a large area to be plantednext Macon, Ga., where she will attend Fits Guaranteed.IIfcj .

of having received several: copies of good; news from her. Friday Mrs. G. W. Martin, Mrs. R. year. a business college and Mrs. Hatchell

th<4 Ocala Banner through the Anti- G. Blake. Mrs. Campbell and daughter will spend the winter with her moth-

Sufoon. League, and says he did not The commissioners of Marion county Mrs. Croft, and Rev. George Austin The Hayes-McDaniel NuptialsA erlrs.. Hiers. at Worthington.AT :
have appropriated $:31t) to aid in :
know what he had been missing all wife and child, spent the day out. A \ pretty wedding was solemnized B
the erection of a monument" to the Bluff.
these years. "Put me down as a life and took lunch at Delk's Monday evening last at the Methodist THE GLOBEA -
Confederate dead! in that. county. We Mrs. Fox Mr. and Mrs..
subscriber to the Banner said Mr. Mr. and church at Spring Lake. Mr.
can't have too many memorials of Kirkland Mr. and Mrs. Clyatt went Sample and Price on request.
rerguson. Clifford P. Hayes of Brooksville be- Big Clearance Sale Starts Next
that kind. It is not true that they
down and spent the night, returning I
of ing married to Miss Omie May JIc- Monday, the 23rd-Excellent Values :PEERLESS BRICK CO.
alive the bitterness
Jen, the young help to keep home Saturday evening, and report
Annie Snow
Miss DanIel of that place. Rev. E. K. in Store for Their
daughter of Dr. II. U. Snowden, formerly the great strife. On the contrary, the time of their life. Whidden pronounced the marriagevows. CustomersThe I MACOX. GEORGIA

has been the their effect is precisely the reverse,
of this city, who
such memorials are thickest Globe, one of our most pro- ---
Brantley A. and where Mr. W. H. Miller of Jefferson county -
guest of her aunt, Promptly at the appointed hour the
month loft there we find the least survival of representing the Stoddard Com- gressive and up-to-date mercantile es- MACKAJ
UcIVER and
"Weathers, for past bridal carriage arrived, and the best

Friday for Sumterville to visit her the fierce, unreasoning prejudices of pound Oil Company of Cleveland, 0., man, maid of honor, matron of honor, tablishments, is now preparing for .
war, and the most tolerant, enlightened in Ocala Saturday and startled a ) ..
there was
aunt: Mrs. Goree Nelson. ushers, bride and groom marched up the fall and winter season by holdinga ,- .
her and catholic view of a conflict I of gentlemen on the piazza ..., ... ..
she will go to Orlando to be company of'I' the aisle to the tune of Mendelssohn'sI big clearance sale, which event will -, .. "A::
inevitable from the foundingof three ,, (f '
Miss Claudia Miller, and will that was of the Ocala House, two or '''""
cousin rendered
march, beautifully J
school in that city this win the government. When pride and : wrom were farmers, by stating that!,I: wedding begin next Monday. I 41;
attend Miss Nona Sewell.
sorrow combined find expression in the farmers of Jefferson county cut )jon the organ by This concern is a great believer in j jprinter's I
ter. !After the vows were taken the wed- FUNERALDIRECTORS.
some noble monument to the memory and cured coffee weeds and fed it to: ink, and has not slighted its

the efficient book- of the dead who are held in tenderest stock and they preferred it to any ]|; ding party started immediately for use in this instance, having thoroughly -
J. E. Stevens, I mother inBrooksville
the home of the groom's
and manager; of the Crystal remembrance from that monument other kind of feed. He said, however, | hadgathered flooded not only the city and county .
kN'VC Company's commissary there goes out perpetually a subtle influence that there are two kinds of coffee- where a few but adjoining counties with their -
Ul'oLumhf'r with relatives- to welcome
finished shipping the commissary soothing to ttd perturbed weeds. One kind has a pointed leaf: : advertising matter.As Have a full -tk of Collins ('akets
with the happy couple. Delicious refreshments will be seen by their announce-- and Burial Uutt1! SpM-ial given to
and made up the final pay- souls of mortals, a divine peace and a disagreeable odor, the other around !
stock I served. Previous to the ,.
were I'f'rvit't' .
the mill last week. He expects which the brutal spirit of hate can leaf and is odorless, and it is[ ment, they are offering goods at very Btiml

Mil for to leave in a few days for a fewweeks' find no companionship.-Live Oak the latter that is cut and cured for I II i wedding a fine supper, fit for the bride's gods, attractive prices, and the buying pub Embalming to Order
at the home of the
was spread !
lic will do well to call at the Globe
visit to relatives near Fort Democrat.Mr. feed by the Jefferson county fanners. ]: :
I Lake relatives and
i parents at Spring while this sale is on. !

McCoy iht-r work.before-Crystal returning River to News.take up W. B. .Webb, owner of the lime I Mrs. William T. Gary, who has been j I i: friends partaking heartily of the inviting The clearance sale will last fiftfdays. 'n This Buggy Our

works at Kendrick, was in town Sat- spending some weeks in Gainesville;! repast. Price
; McDaniel is the eldest S50
roads he I I i Miss Omie
Mr.V.. E. Dixon, a prominent mer- urday, and speaking of good with her parents Dr. and Mrs. W. F.j
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James S. :Mr. C. E. Connor of Gadsden. Alabama '
Mclntosh and Dunnellon. said the oiled roads at Passadena, I Yocum, left last Monday for White I II I
of I ]
ohant loved
esteemed and
where he spent several weeks McDaniel, highly is in the city, and is in the enjoyment '
visitor to the city Friday. Hesays Cal., I Springs, to spend a couple of weeks i i r u
was I by all who know her for her many M
that McIntosh has been some- the past summer, are the best he has From there she goes to Washington, I II i of splendid health. He is r

what dull during the summer, but that ever seen, and said that they are com D. C., to visit her sister, Mrs. Quaint-:( Virtues and accomplishments. The here looking after his property interests ;' _>> .1.0..
I Mr. Clifford P. Hayes, is one: ofBrooksville's H
things are now beginning to liven up, ing into universal use, not only in ante, and will not return until De- groom. best young men, of and will remain for several days. I :: ;

the school has opened, tne merchantsare California, but in other parts of the cember. She is accompanied by her' charac Mr. Connor says that his family are I '- 0This
sterling worth and excellent
in their new stocks of fall West. He said that while they are little son, William Yocum Gary. all well and his home circle now is onr"Georgia" special trip buggy has
getting also ter. in-I rat-tadeddustmud proof; bull collar: Img dia-
and durable, they are
and winter goods, and the farmers firm and Mrs. Hayes left Tuesday cludes eight sons and daughters.A aaeesyindesdeal'genuine lather upholstered
springy and yielding, making them delightful Mr. and Mrs. George K. Robinsonand Mr seat and back: body plain black: ; gear
truckers and orange growers are pre'ptriug morning for Blind Creek, in Citrus' I'"Brewster" green or "New York" red a mp etc:
their fall and winter crops. for the horse as well as the family who have been at Sea- Humane AppealA with double braced shafts at$.)O 00 this job retailsati75.00.
for where they are spending their We \ line of v'hicfc.-=
sandis county carry ccmpkte
driver. Mr. Webb said that as breeze for nearly four months, have I j
with the bride's sister, humane citizen of Richmond. ,We would be pleased to!:a"e you write us form
is back from plentiful in Florida: the good roads returned home. They have had a honeymoon Ind., Mr. U. D. Williams, 107 West ,ree illustrated catalog giving full detailed ufnrtaation. -
Mr. Henry Rufus Goethe. They will make and also our special clfer en this job. A'ewill
vacation of a couple of' problem ought to be solved easily and I splendid summer and were delighted i Mrs. :Main St, says: "I appeal to all per- make it to your interestJ
iris delightful !Brooksville their home.BrooksvilleArgus. weak to take Dr.King's postal card and ask tvr buzz
Norfolk and cheaply. lIe was very much pleased with the beach. The only Ocala fam- sons with lungs ust drop aa a
weeks. He first went the only remedy catalog.
3 New Discovery,
with California especially with its I ilies still remaining at Seabreeze are I I
*Jamestown Exposition then went I that has helped me, and fully ![ Anderson Hardware Co.
and enterprise, but said that the William Andersons and the F. T. recom I
and New push to the proprietor's
hshington, Philadelphia I Fine Brood! Mares. cones up 'War> hrwseDepo: <.:.itJ17 Decatur St. Cor. MooreAtlanta.
days in Florida has far the better climate. Schreibers. who will return next I mendation." It saves more lives than
that his five Ga.
Yorys. says in the I all other throat and lung remediesput
\ accomplish
That she could week. i
worth the entire have in car load
the latter city was i We just gotten a together. Used as a cough and
f trip, and altogether he had a great of fruit growing and in other natters i i of the finest brood mares ever brought I cold cure the world over. Cures asthma -

While in Philadelphia Mr. Siarunk of public enterprise what Californiahas Mr. R. T. Zetrouer of Geiger. a\to the state, and to see them is to admire !I bronchitis, croup, whooping Ex-Governor Bloxhazu is youthful

( time. Owen who In- done if she would pursue Cal orma's prominent candidate for superintendent them. We will sell them at'I' cough quinsy, hoarseness. and phthisic at 72, and proves it by becoming a

t' saw Mr. T. J. ', methoods which largely lie in I of schools for this county TOSamong very reasonable prices. Come and and stops hemorrhages of the lungs Benedict. If he is young enough to
life Is
his Wlf 3 'I' them atCOBB'S
formed him that look builds them Guaranteed at
I the application of printer'sInk. tOO visitor *o Ocala Saturday LIVERY STABLESx and get married why la he not young
;:, hanging by a thread, and that herr 'I 'I Tydings & Co's. drug store 50c. and
p officeM ?
death is almost inevitable. afternoon. x Ocala Fla. $1.00. n: enough to hold


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TALK THE SAME:: AS THE: the yellowest and
i One of the most enthusiastic believers Weekly

GOVERNOR OF KENTUCKY? :, in the future greatness of'i most enterprising of the weeklies that ,

ERRY'SSeeds i Florida arrived in Birmingham yesterday bluster their way into public atten-I FURNITURE DEALERS
Governor Beckham of Kentucky,
i of E. B. Baileyi
in the person severity of their rant of
tion by the -----
lixe Governor Broward of Florida, will MonUcello, who is only waiting for i i --
i '! has taken a fall out of the LIKE OF
to' knockery, Ev7BT7 THE
soon retire from the gubernatorial of- 1 the opening of the Panama canal NG IS

JTOVC thfir worth at harvest fice and commit the executive affairs I see his native state take the highest ,I Ii church publications that accept the i I WE CAREY Parlor Suits r

tiue. After over ttty}'earsof rank among Southern states in the advertising of the proprietary medicines -j House Furnishings
into other hands. I Reed
saccf, thry are pronouncedt. 1 trade which shall be created by this 1 1i ; of doubtful worth. I! and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and
.., test! and surest (by careful : lie recently made a speech in Columbia i American products.I'I Rugs, Art Squares
Your i new outlet for j Collier's holds and rightly too. that ; Room Suitsof
j. .inters every"\here. I county, Kentucky the countyof Florida is nearer the Panama ca- j I Bed Room Suits Dining
c'eer! : sells: tb m. 1S07 Seed t should be carefulof
ABJtuI free or. request. I tI i his nativity, and said that in laying I. nal than any other Southern state," the church organs (I i Birch, Birdseye all kinds-Mohogany and Oak. .,.....;.
In Mahogony
u. .1. II.KHY A (U.. U.trwlt, !ll. I aside the official robes of office he said Mr. Bailey yesterday, "and we I the class of advertising they run i I i Maple and Oak. I China ond Crockery
to i
admin- are preparing: to reap the benefit of and by all means avoid introducing
could point to the work of his
.- -' this great undertaking. My state is I the attention of their readers articles ] Mission Furniture Complete line-Dinner Sets and

\ PROHIBITION IN ESCAMBIA. istration with pride. making great strides in de\"elopment.1 i j Odd Pieces
Beckham's exact I of doubtful worth and of I In all the different finishes
To quote Governor In the counties of Leon and Gadsden '

A Ms prohibition fight is on in Es- words: we make the following extract in which I am interested, there can I hurtful properties. To become for I;

ratsMa county, of which Pensacola! is [ from his peoration: I be found wonderful progress in farm I hire the medium by which a trusting i j

the county Ke.Mr. I "With all of its debts raid, witb nota ling.I constituency is bilked, is written down I, All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers

Frank Mayes. editor of the Pen- single unpaid outstanding claim "The state capital, Tallahassee is as being contrary to every principlefor and Upholstering Goods -'1

against it, with its credit as good as I in Leon county, and not many pro..f which a religious journal should t:i ,-

lcola Journal throwing the weight I that of the federal government, with ago there was little evidence of stand. I|: Heaters Ranges Cook StovesFull

(}f the Influence of hU paper on the every state institution in the best I perity, but those things are all now The avowed purpose of a church of Pictures framed and unframed and Picture
Line Up-to-date ,
and indml I condition ever known before, with our Gadsden counties I !
Fide of the prohibitionists I changed. Leon and paper is the promotion of religious and Mouldings. Full stock of

it largely directing the prohibi- schools and colleges developed and |! are forging to the front in the production -!! church work, and this special field

improved beyond comparison with of fruit and melons but the I from the Buggies Harness and Saddles
lion forw Rut nevertheless be i administration, with a I distinguishes it sharply Farm and Turpentine Wagons sI i ,
any preceding cultivation of tobacco is the greatest enterprise. The ,
jaaKe the following statement: I II straight newspaper .
; I magnificent new capitol practically factor of present prosperity. newspaper has advertising Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth-the Studebaker.And
Bureau of the Liquor for. with a splen- best line of High Grade Buggies and s.BUIldlng .
The Publicity completed and paid "We are producing the finest tobacco space to sell as a commodity: but of carry the very

1h alerr' Association continues to did surplus of nearly $1,300,000<' in the in America, equal to the best late there has been developed among

tarp on the fact that it has to pay treasury, with progress and advancement produced in Cuba or any other partof these great secular enterprises a disposition -

upon every hand-all of these the world and the trade is just beginning of
rcguar advertising rates in order to to discriminate in behalf Plaster
Brick. inw. Cement
get Its r-aWdty department publish- things, and more, done without bor I to realize it. While I live in public morals and health in decidingthe Hair Lath Shmg lest Paints on.d

nl rowing a cent and without increasingthe I Monticello, in Jefferson county," my class of advertising admissible.

Let us fay that in this respect tbe, I tax rate, but rather with a reduced -greatest interests are in the other two I With the newspapers taking this advanced Flintkote Roofing Oils
I from that of the republican II Material I
liquor dealers are extended the same rate counties and in addition to the agricultural stand, how much more should J White Lead varnishe5t! Etc.
administration-I shall greet my there is the ,
the Prohibition League. I products, I think of church
privileges as be expected the publications
December, and may God I Wall Alabastine and Magnite Wall Paints.
Association successor in I greatest opportunity in the world for read-'' Paper.
lk>th the IJquor Dealers' that are presumed to point their
and the Prohibition League pay for I and the patriotic citizenship of Kentucky cement and brick manufacture in that ers toward truth and better living. i ni give us a trial. 8RVe will not be undersold and will please

the Space occupied by their respective grant that he be the man who section of the stae. There is an Doubtless the editors of these publications :

departments, and) the same terms has aided in the accomplishment of abundance of fine limesone and clay, are often imposed upon, for:. Mclver & Mackay.

and conditions govern each. these things, who stands firmly and which can be utilized for all purposesand they are generally ministers rather ==

The Journal's \'ox Populi depart without equivocation upon every is- a railroad is being projected than business men or practical print- --J.-

sue, and who will give the people a the section where clay and
ment.sbich is open to both sides fora through ers. Their experience in the advertising
wise and economical administration and when it is
discussion of limestone are bite
prohibition or any field is not broad and they
other subject, does not cost anyone a of their affairs." completed the manufacture of cement too quickly at the tempting bait L :

(tent and it has been used freely by When Governor Broward shall have and brick will be taken up on a large which some of the advertising agen- N *I -
the executive chamber at Tallahassee EXPRESS
anyone who had an idea to express quit scale. cies hold out. In other instances their 4t&3& '"
will he be able to make as and throughoutthe WSXfo12QTS / -
"Around Monticello -
and who was willing to sign his name lack of caution and their credulity in

to It. In fact, the wet side has used good an account of his stewardshipas greater part of Jefferson countycan matters of business make them the EXPRESS

that department quit as freely as does this young governor of Ken- be found the largest plantations victims of sharper men. sharper in the .

the dry side. tucky of watermelons and pears in the ways of the world.

In all of these\ things therefore, Building a new capitol and greatly I South. Still again, the temptations of ,
each side is treated exactly Jike the improving the schools: and colleges "llonticello is one of the most beau- ready money is one which editors of r

I It throughout that state and with every tiful little towns in the United States. #1 50
other, and each side is granted more both religious and secular papers are SQOO7 '
Iirhilfges probably than are granted ]! debt cancelled and with a surplus in There are only: a few hundred people fully aware. As most of the church /

I'I'I I the treasury of nearly a million anda there with two or three mammoth hotels
1 .
y any other paper in the state wherea papers are dependent upon a limited t .
half dollars and without an increaseof winter resorts, I
are great
similar contest is on. and uo one constituency the effort to make both

can honestly complain of any unfair taxes, it seems to us is a mgnifi- but the people live, as it were in a ends meet is probably the despair oi
trt-attiunt. cent record of chievement.If bower of roses. The country around ,
the editor. But none of these mitirar
Uut while the paper's: advertising it bo possible for Governor Browrd has abundant pine forests, and wild ing circumstances justify a church is y u u rt ( EItvEREI) f0

columns and Its'ox Populi 'department to point to a record as bright and honeysuckle and wild crabapple grow paper is knowingly accepting advertising -

glorious we know that it will causea in the fields and forests, filling
to those who freely
belong use them I
: of an improper kind; and if the: / P
sensation of pride to tingle the tJe.ir with fragrance in the earlyspring. I 'Qhrr
and are equally to all under the
open editor does not know what is: proper.
i cheek of every Floridian. I
same conditions the Journal's news it is up to him to find out. :

and! editorial columns are its own, and Come to Monticello for pleasureand It is not likely that Collier's critical ; CHAS BLUM & COMPANY t
Communion WineI health. The land is full of good
tlvy: reflect the news of the day and and admonitory attitude toward | ,

the policy of the paper. see by the papers that Georgia's things, and the rose bushes grow so the erring editorial brethren is inspired Jacksonville Fla.H. .

No one is allowed to dictate what W..V.strict nrohibition laws will cause large that two or three of them will by a desire to promote their high-i ,

!' with the churches in hide a cottage from view. Why some .
trouble -
frail or what shall not go into those some I er interests. It has a fight on against :i _
columns and no one but the Journal getting wine for communion. Why of our rose bushes have as many as a certain advertisers and the church pa- 4" ,.

the Florida plan of using thousand roses on them, such as you .=.1 A.. --. '- .
management: ; is responsible for them. not adopt -
pers have been drawn into it as a :
The news columns reflect the news pure grape juice Indeed, a pure I buy here for three or four dollars a weapon with which to whack at the i

of the day as accurately and as impartially grape juice is the only wine used by dozen, and in the spring and summer objects of Collier's wrath. But that A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BouvierAnnouncement ,

the United and in fact for about nine out of
as it is possible for a trainedcorps many churches throughou I fact does not destroy the other fact t

of newspaper men to present it, States. Wherever one goes inFlorida twelve months the roses bring delight that its charges are true and its advice -

and the editorial columns reflect the he sees grape arbors, and every to hundreds of V'isitors.-Bir- to the minister-editors good. .j

Journal's position on all public questions family makes: a little wine for mingham Age-Herald. Many papers that affect to advertise ,,

with- which it has to deal. home use, the ladies of the family at- the churches are ill-prepared to do so We have just: purchased the splendidly equipped t
should know these tending to it, just as they do to putting Prohibition Party vs. DemocracyIs
Everyone things
and are not inspired by a spirit of
III | machinery plant of the Yonge and Cline
for their the anti-saloon league workingin iI Company
and who jellies and preserves I f
practically up
everyone can
considerate friendship but the truth i
know Nearly all the churches of the interest of the people at largeor ; i and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and
read does the an. own use.
tI -
is truth, even when it appears in their i
If the Journal wanted to be: unfair different denominations use this wine. is it a branch of too prohibitionparty columns and hould be heeded ac- adjoining counties. We make a specialty of repairing V t :.

i about any of these matters it could Attempts have been made to keep the seeking through influences cordingly.-Stockton (Cal.) Record. I .t .lm pumps, gas engines. etc. I

.' easily do so, but that is not the Jour- juice without fermenting it, but it which other parties consider too sacred Let us quote you prices. 4

nal's policy.Ve have sometimes seems impossible. The best way is to drag into politics, to increasethe WHY THE PRIMARY

t thought, however that there was to make a jelly, put in small glasses strength of the same political \):

when needed for use, mix with party? A man cannot belong to two News received Ocala Gas
such a thing as being too fair in matters and was in this city yesterday -: Engine

s: of this kind and that seems to be water. Then you get the pure grape I political parties, and if he belongs to that Attorney W. I. Metcalf. I!( I '1 1L

j the Journal's trouble with those who juice.-Florida, in Atlanta Georgian.Gov. the prohibition party he renounces of West Palm Beach, had been ap- :
the: old democracy which in the daysof Governor Company
are making the present complaint. pointed by Broward judge i(

::\ Bloxham Weds in Virginia City reconstruction was all that stood of the criminal court of record, the ] _

January for State Fair Former Gov. Wm. D. Bloxham of between the people and the carpet bag office for which Mr. F. B. Stoneman;| .. -.1
rule and black heels white necks.
j Florida and Mrs. Gertrude M. Norvellof on had received the nomination at the recent -i
The best of reasons have been advanced
have issue
Every partmust an anda :
for Dallas. Texas both guests at the primary
hoding the next state fair
Hotel Crawford were quietly marriedat platform and the prohibition party The question of Mr. Stoneman's eligibility -:I
in January instead of February. B
has a very simple one to gain adherents John Stetson
had been raised, and University
10 o'clock !
Outside of the consideration of accommodations Salem, Va., at Thursday and that platform is to destroythe may I
for visitors which morning, in the presence of a few saloons. have influenced the governor in the ;, Four Colleges and Five Technical Schools

friends. llev. George Smead of the open refusal to appoint him, although the | INLAND';
would be difficult in FLORIDA
patiently .
Now if the
one belongs to prohibi- ?
Ft"bru-I Episcopal church performed the cer- statute under which: the question of]
k; ary, when the tourist season is tion party he must consistently vote i with the University of Chicago
eligibility I
was raised is
will susceptible of
P Lvight and the city is filled with its emony. The couple probably I j, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The
I II the
that ticket prohibition
as partyand standards
spend the autumn in Salem. two entirely different constructions !! are those of the Universuy -
winter the fact that of Chicago.
regular guests Stetson's
I Governor Bloxham's Florida friends the democratic party are entirely j and a number of well informed law-; graduates receive their degrees from *nth
the railroad authorities prefer then Stetson and Chicago. See the "
separate and distinct. Remember I II' Chicago and Stetson
extend their felicitations and best yers have stated that lIr. Stoneman' catalogs.
earlier date and declare that they will COLLEGE OF LA *?
what the democratic the
r. wishes.A party was to I was in every way eligible for the position i tice -fraduat- this College are admitted to P rac- ;
lie able better I' law Florida
(., to pro'hltmuch: ser- South in the days of reconstruction Granting that the governor : in l.
ice and much more attractive rates think well before lend COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND
I Man's and you your I may have been influenced by the ob- SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-
In January than in February should I It. Traveling Experience"I I Mechanical: Civil Electrical
aid which seek- Engineering
to a political party is i scureness of the and Manual
tell oaan statute in regard Training courses lead'
must you my experience to ,
le sufficient ground for the : ing to degrees.
east bound O. R. & N. R. R. train 1 ing to control municipal state and national -j Mr. Stoneman's case, what excuse can !> new building, costly: equipment.

t.; I change. I II from Pendleton to Le Grande, Ore," i politics, and is therefore seek- j be given for passing over Mr. Hutson COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Bookkeeping
I It the fair is to be held in January I Iit writes Sam A. Garber, a well known ing only membership in order to become ; by best methods. Shorthand and
I B. Saunders who Typewritmg. Elective
polled the !
; "I in the smok- next larg- courses open in
traveling man. was 1
; but time is to be lost in beginning other Departments.
national Large
I with other traveling a political power. est number of votes, and Faculty and commodious building
; ing department some -I appointing j ,
active work in planning and preparing PREPARATORY
I men when one of them went out The present satisfactory conditions !: one of the candidates: who was not I ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard,
for it. Only four months intervene into the coach and came back and Jin I the South are due largely to the ;, Yale, Princeton, Cornell Michigan
i i before the people at all in the second': Chicago and all first class Colleges.
1 before the suggested date and said: 'There is a woman sick unto | solid democratic South which enabled I primary. NORMAL AND MODEL SC.HOOlS-l. Kindergarten
i a great deal will have to be done in I death in the car.' I at once got up jus control in ing. :!. Primary and Grammar in its own build-
| to enough strength congress Scoool
'f ir that time. and went out found her very ill with Mr. Metcalf is a lawyer of experi- in separate building These schooli
t I cramp colic, her hands and arms were to prevent the passage of such I II ence and ability, and will make an ex- j especially prepare Public School teachers. 1

It Is about time to start.-Tampa. drawn up so you could not straightenthem | bills as the "Blair bill," the "Civil cellent judge but the people of Dade j MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe argon, a dozen pianos, r
i News. and with a death-like look on I Rights bill" and others. Once weaken county bespoke their choice first for building, large faculty, thorough courses of study ;
her face. Two or three were
The Dear Old Dollar working with her and giving her whis- our party strength and Southern Stoneman, second for Saunders, and i ART SCHOOL-Xew Studio. Costly casts, models, etc. ,

f key. I went to my suit case and gota I interests wil pass from democratic !I I the choice of the people as expressed i Stetson has a faculty of 4S professors and instructors. They (hold de- )

t ': p With apologies to "The Old Oaken bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-I hands into the hands of unfriendly I at the polls is supposed to decide : grees from the University of Chicago, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth Columbia '
i Bucket: I era and Diarrhoea Remedy (I never; forces and the result will be disastrous the personel | Toronto, Wake Forest, LOuisville,
the Bowdoin
I travel without it), ran to the water I official. j Utrecht Bucknell., University
"How dear to our heart is the old'nfer to our whole southern of Michigan. Dennison
country. Otherwise and other
tank, put a double dose of the medicine why have the primary at Universities There are Over $300,0)0.00 in
dollar, when some kind subscriber into a glass, poured some water Our state now is more prosperousthan all?-Miami Morning News. buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar

': presents it \"iew-the liberty into it and stirred it with a pencil; it has been in many years. I endowed library of over 13,000"oiumes endowment;
t !! then I had quite a time to get the ladies Think well before ; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings
head without necktie or collar, i iI I doing that which Our including stained glass
I contemporary, the Pasco Coun windows, 1 oil
to let me give it to paintings, a 10000.00 pipe
and all the strange thing;:; that to us I i I might change these conditions.- ty Democrat organ; a Gymnasium with
succeeded. I could at once see the seems to think John il complete apparatus; an enclosed Athletic Field,
seem so new; the wide-spreading eagle i effect and I worked with her, rubbingher I Greenville (Ala.) Living Truth. Stockton, i if he enters the race for Junning track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and

the arrows below it, the stars and i hands, and in twenty minutes I governor will win in a walk. We ming, golf rowing and other sports; separate gridiron besides swfJj-
the words with the queer things to : gave her another dose. By this time I. Fined for Being Happy."It think I ten large laboratories for buildings for men and women;
j he is a strong man, but the Chemistry, Physics '
tell. The coin of our fathers! We're I; we were almost into Le Grande I is a queer world," says the Bill,;! do people Biology; several large Bacteriology, Mineralogy and
where I was to leave the train. I not want a perpetuation of the i museums and shops; electric
glad that we know it, for some timeor I ville Banner. "The other night Xat!' ( steam heat, lights, electric bella,
j gave the bottle to the husband to be i Broward administration, and when i cement walks, shell roads, broad
other 'twill come in right well- dose should be Truffles got religion and hollered 'hal I ; avenues spacious campus
used in 'case another i ilelulah the time j shrubbery and trees; social,
comes they will show literary,
the wide spreading dollar, the old silver needed, but by the time the train ran II !' on the street and the town by lecture musical and other students' clubs; star :
1 their I courses Christian
dollar, the big welcome dollar we into Le Grande she was all right, andI marshal took hold of him and be votes all over the state that a tiful ; and not sectarian teaching. The location is beau-
was and
received the thanks of map and picture show will healthfu. and the
every passen- not expenses low.
all love get I are
so well.-Kansa City Jour- fined five dollars and
nal. '- ger in the car." For sale by all drug-. Atlanta Constitution costs.-F. L. Sin ;them where it did in 1901.-Dade City For catalogs, views, folders and information, address too President.
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; Clifford! E.. H rrii-k of Cry: [ i. VI1SS I AFFLECK'S NEW MILL tNER! Thinks We Have Mode! City Council"To To Investigate
LCCal Miss MarMr
!I and P .rsc .11'g'I I -, William!! AmU:"on. ; 1 and Oil Roads

trot And-rson and William: .\ndforIn River of the Dixon Crucii! .
manager of thetoard
ii' ; I Mi-s: Fannie Adreon of Batmort: : ::, the Editor i icaia Banner: Mr..1.: L. Hackney. A u t mVr t!
\ are at home again after a 1 four I '
of the Cry"
Sara Company, and president ; the time fur the citi- oaiLiis&ioners of
Ellabeth Harris It is nearing: 1 of county i'
t.r Loca EditoDr. i n:oaths sojourn at Seabreeze Beach.; I II Hiss Mary: Affleck's new milliner, ar. ,
-- I tal River Bank, was among the visitors be' :!:ens of Ocala to Delect new councilmen and one of tlu
-- .j ]rived in the city Tuesday, and will :iillsborough
I Herr provided, that after hearing a :
and Mr,. F. P. i returned in Ocala Wednesday.Ir. enthusiastic good roads tuoii ..11lorida
HatfiVid Of Rod Miss Margaret Anderson J pleased to meet the ladies of Ocala ittle with a moral, they decide' I nost

'tway Beach, N. Y., are visiting Ocala! b ime yesterday afternoon from ne-I reported the death oflr.: Thorn when they are ready for their fall hat they story want a change. : will at the next mettiug u:

L.end where she has been spending of the best known ciTizens .
Hoy one in his
all of commissioners
friends for few old but possibly
a days.'a .md winter millinery. Miss Afileck The story is 1 he county
short while very pleasantly with lof Mr. Hoy died of hemorrhagic : :
that place. i have heard
iI population them appoint a
!is receiving her fall and winter !goods he voting ,ounty: try to have

Mrs. ii. D. Clarkson and children, f]lends since leaving Seabreeze. fever at eight o'clock Tuesday : :and will have a complete stock attest the : it. In fact, it is so old and has 1 l>e-en ;i ,ommittee of their *,,'.1:'l to sro to

woo have been spending the summer whose father! night after an illness of only thirty :I !< creations in millinery in a few I Irlars. old in so many different ways that acksonville and! in-tc-, .ie sand anloil
D'Omito, '
Young Mr.
hours. The deceased was a sou-in- : busily n-I ossibly the oldest! inhabitant will. from
m manta. have returned home. Italian citizen of They are now very ; roads now bt-ins 1. i out
(as a well known I law of the late Mrs. R. C. Burt of I the hardly recognize it in its new dress. :
for -
o already
has returned :!;aged in getting ready hat city a part of \\i-.u: I;: has
()cala for a long time !
Ozello, whose death* occurred in Ocala I date of which will beounced an- I will use the story as a parable: d that this
Mn t. Arthur Cobb went down 1 to It,o Ocala after an absence of several ing, the been completed I: i i- -a
Holder 1 some months ago. The funeral of later. There will be some ; Unto what shau I liken the government ;, road has been cheap'constructed.! : : !.
yesterday afternoon to spend )'tars. his residen I Iis ? It is like ,
Mr. Hoy was held from : very beautiful hats as Miss Acreon of the city of Ocala' and ir conies up to rm"-.- Ian was execsed -
a while with her relatives.
at Crystal River. He leaves to mourn I accomplished milliner.idd I be conductor of a certain railroad i enthusiastic
Miss May Turnley returned to f this ; a very : : of i' by Us mt e
his death a wife and several childre II I rain who was called before the president .iurable. and
i.s ciira '
A marriage license was issued from (ity yesterday from her home in Dun.1 ad'ocakIt ;
Fellows' Lodge Organized at I Inellcn of the railroad to render an account I oforses.
ludfe Dell's office Tuesday to Mr. \ f'I ;rath Florida. She will make her Miss Lynne Lewis, who has been \ of his stewardship: I lmost uosele&s: to I. tramp

''I I W. Williams and Miss Alice George< 1 lome again this year with Mrs. F. D. in our city the said the t
several days I "How is it.
'I spending Messrs. M. M. Little, J. H. Thomp- president'l' We hop. the board > : county conilissiouers -

(\ bath of Duanellou. I} khara. guest of Mrs.: J. E. Bailey, returned to I :-;;,&, E. B. Blanchard, C. L. Bittinger that on your salary of $75 of this (... .!/'y and 11.>

i tier home at Mclntosh Wednesday af- and P. V. Leavengood went down to you are enabled to build, in two or i ithree card of aldermen \\ :.. irnitat.' .th.
list Irma Blake, who has spent :a Yesterday the crowds were all head- visit i
teraoon. She anticipating. a 0 'unnellon' yesterday tor the purpose ofi' years: a $5000 house, I sample of the Hill->>-rough: !h'turl I Iand
ttwy happy summer with relatives at t-d for the Globe, where the big fifteen New York City in fine style?'' I
to Oyster Bay and tailing an Odd Fellow lodge in that supporting a family send committees to Jacksoll\ Hit.to -
Auburn and Opelika. Alabama: returt .lays' special sale is going on. The
I Ii
and expects to re-f The conductor replied: "Sir, are ot
some rowing city. Dunnellon boasts ( a the completed portion
t'd bone Tuesday. )ices are attractive and every buyer; benefit I
I[ the income
for other
main North for a year which indicates i you aware that I have ot Mi-
Ij worth. umber of lodges already, this road and make a report
j rtainly gets his money's health and also to enjoy the I beside the salary that you aIIlow
I >f her the growth of its population.It meager same to their respective bodies.
\fr. J. L. Smith of Berlin
represent these tWO "
Cappleman. one: of i the pleasures to be found at II : is perhaps growing more rapidly me? I I As Marion county and Ocala arc ou
l-d that section In Ocala and< Mr.:
is authore: "I pleased
the Ocala High places. Miss Lewis an 'an any of our smaller interior citic '!I The president said: am the eve of constructing streets, roadsid
enrolled his name among our grow I aduates from several books of fic- j so well prO\ided !i
and has written t know that you are sidewalks that will cost property
i for 5
list of subscribers.Mr School, the last term left Tuesday favorable'I lto
tug where he will attend i tliversity be, ion: that have met with I I rr, because I have decided to replace Ii wners and the city and county many
I Gainesville,
I short special I with another conductor, as I amI of
criticism. The city council had a you thousands of dollars if the cost
W. A. Yongue of Fairfield was of Florida. I !
ssion Tuesday night for the purpose not satisfied with me returns you tbe same can be lessened and at the
i ran Act ing business in OcltWed- .1 Tribune is even complaining of travel on I
The Tampa of receiving the tax books: of lake for the amount time good roads, streets and
of J. M. Mathews, one of oUI I same
number Mr.
rte C were quite a chickens trespassing "
f'&Ii members; about the city, which was done. The total your train. pavements secured those in author-
other watchful and very efficient i in I
Fairfield citizens.Misses Here
m other people's property. assessed valuation of the real and The conductor replied: "Sir, it ought to see that the same is
commissioners, ity
of the board of county cala we complain about bigger nuances. personal property is 1.402ooo. The would be well for you to consider one I

Ruby Farris and Edna, I was in the city Tuesday on busing It is the cow, the horse and beI I execute plan: done.
\\tax. is 17 mills. The books will point before you your These improvements ought to be

Smith of this city will take a busi- nnected with his office. he hog that trespass on the street closed on the first of December. Yr. "What is that?" asked the president secured at tbe cheapest possible price .

1 u -i course at the Massey College in I and outer people's property and do iiinite : -I t'xcel-: .
Veterans will holtheir .'i I" ksoovllle this winter. : The Confederate damage. Let's relegate the lent ordinance which providesreafter i that "My house is now built," replied I
I IHr. in Pensacola 01Octobl'r 1 ork.
annual re-union animals from the streets. If they are'I all gates must open either the conductor, "while a new man will t
Edwin Spencer, one of the I 23-24. Low rates have beel 1 the streets, it : 1
to roam .
tbj lot permitted ward the inside or automatic: bave to build his. Mr. Clifford L. Anderson of Uol.I'rwas
O' lt High School graduates will bt> \ st>jured and it is believed impossible for thei "Your point I'
almost replied:
will be Ir. Gates introduced an ordinance The president in the city yesterday.
1 attended. I '
Stetson this winter and >eting will be largely of other;.
at lUt tbe
the property I will ilismi-s
a to trespass on making it compulsory to leave a i plot is well taken, and "

U ft OB Tuesday afternoon for Del and. i iMN. I and children anilrs. L I *'$ enforce the animal ordinance. between the sidewalks and the streets, subject instead of you." I II I Mrs. Durrance of Ybor City is in
Jake Brown j
i Irs. for grass and shade trees. }Ir. (Car. The application c r an very f.i.-ily< be Ocala visiting her daughter, Mrs C;-
and her daughter Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and daugbt caused a said, I
llalsey r.e conductor
LindsayTroxler the
returned hornfrom Master roll asked that the pay of the night lade, but. as IF. Williams.

Ii iljorg* Hough and infant son ancHatter liss Mabel Adel, have Asheville.where :. good; deal of excitement among his' :I policemen be increased from $50 tt]. :here is one )point to consider.\ \ "' ;anll
Arlo lialsey returned home Dula Springs family and friends yesterday afte $6U in order to obtain more efficien1 that is the couuciiinen may !m\,. otb.I .'I I States Attorney E. W. Davis came
from Dayton C" they spent the summer. with his
yesterday afternoon loon. He went down toown men for the service. I e1' property. home yesterday afternoon from a pro'

I Heath where they have spent a60' -- wo older brothers, and in some mailer I U anyone can s, '"Ct any ivticr t meIJ I i, ft.-,.:ional visit to Brobksville.!

short visit in Ocala witlrs. h from them. Aftt>1 is tht) ; .' 'I
pleasant summer.Urn. After a got separated Miss Nellie Hooper who now than now composth.\ i'Hioiii

-.----- Brinson's grandmother, Mr. anMrs. d looking for him for some time. Ir: }principa' of the South Jacksonv "j :h t e roe;: vr> WOIiike\!;i hi'n to{ >io soI Mr. Jack Camp leaves today for s
J. K. Austin and her mother Hampton Brinson and little so Pioxler finally! found him wanderin i public school after, a visit of tel for we certainty' have! a mood l coun folk, Va., to visit his wife and dli!-

Y he .1<..l1ogg, reached home \Yedues when of Oxford went to Eureka Tuesdayit t around near the laundry as he wa ; I, days in Ocala with her sister, Mrs. J. cU, and 1 defy an\nne to show) anoth I dren, and to bring them home with"jbim. y

day ft-rnoou from Atlanta, Mr. Brinons's aged father. unable to find his way home. Th)i I R. :Moorhead leaves today for Siiiville. ; ( i er like it, Cither MI or out of FJirida .

went to place Miss Jean Austin at all frighten( will 01I C T C.
they little fellow was not i :; and her school open I I

la school. Prior to going to Atlanta ilou. John N. C. Stockton says th and none the worse for his expernee. -I :onday. Miss Hooper has spent thI Mr. A. J. Leavengood has returned ,

tfccy spent the summer in New York he will make the race for the deW'eratic I snmnwr in New York city with hef r Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Quarterman 0 f! from his summer home at Lake Weir,

i .i.' and other places in the North primary nomination for goverif 5ister. Miss Louise Hooper who ")I III. :- airfield were weoom'isitors} al t i Mrs. Leavengood and children will re-

in I Ka.-i: if be can arrange his business afairs. The Ocala Banner enjoyed a ver,: P >cts: to come to Florida soon ;anII the Ocala Banner office Wednesiternoon. :'f i I turn today. $

It takes tine stuff to make tlry le pleasant visit Wednesday afternooi_ will spend the winter in Jackson < : They were married som'months 'e'' t<

Mi, u.oip-; ('. from, Ocala's eta D. Martin of Roe I r.i Mississippi and i:Irs i.1 bank-
llt'it .. race. from Mr. S. 'm.l Ocala. ago in T. T. Munroe, the well known

:, I.' |i.-in.ister. returned home Wedii..1.1 II Iprings. Mr. Martin has charge o If, -- uarterman is very much pleasel: I er and real estate dealer of Ocala, is
he atnhlyd -
\ tiuiii uainesvuietuvre Plmiatihn Farms has grown: anc Meflert anti MaynarUs .u.tnffkiMessrs. Mrs. W. A. Pelot and daughters: rt with her Florida home. Mr. Quartet, in town on his way north. He is a

i tin- meeting of the postniasir -. cured a patch of tobacco under shade, ests at that place. A big !smile wa 5 turned home Wednesday aftern n man is one of our most prosper s guest of the Aragon.-Times-CnioD. r

The meeting was a very pleasant Dr. and has sent samples of the same to playing over Mr. Martin's featu: I from a visit to Mr. Pelot in Mana (t farmers and is a strong and t fas t -

oRt' They were welcomed by Quincy to be examined by experts and and when we inquired the cause \\ I county, where be is temporarily rte I friend of this paper. :Master Thomas Pasteur came home

Andrew Sledd of the University, andMeral if the report is favorable the Marion ascertained that his home had bee n I siding. and Mr.: Marion Pelot whbas o ---- ". I y(>sterday from Stanton-on-Lake-Weir,

l other adrdesses were made. Farms will cultivate ten acres next gladdened by the arrival of a littl' been visiting relatives at Areaseveral a A. P. Stuckey of Ocala, one of thd e I where he spent several days with his

t year. I daughter the day before, and natui for weeks, and who stoppe, Best turpentine operators in i thIe e father. Mr. John Pasteur. ,

Mr. Webb of the Standard Lime Co.. I II ly he was exceedingly happy. oyer at Eden for a few days, carnbome state, arrived in Tampa this mornin: g i I

) ocala is a visitor to Tampa today.r. Mr. George G. Mathews says that with them. to look after his interests here. !"IStuckl'Y r. Mrs. Louise Edwards has returned "

Webb has just returned from an I he is ambitious and that nothing i I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig and linl has been in the turpentisiness Ie to her home in Jacksonville after a

extended tour through the West on would gratify his ambitious dreams daughter. Margaret, will return hon1 Ueo. K. Robinson a well knowand 'n i longer than I most of his as s- short visit in Ocala with her daughIter -

he was accompanied by Mrs. of Florida and baby spel< and busin!; ciates or competitors and is kno n
which more than to be governor today. Mrs. Gerig I prominent citizen Mrs. Louis A. Gabel.

i r W hb, their itinerary including a vis but he says that he has not the means several weeks in Virginia and abo1 man of < cala, l left for his home yeterdav s-I all I over the state.-Tampa Times ,I -

Park and other I II Here is another joined by '!M here fe5t )r Reagan, manager of the
k it to Yellowstone to make the campaign. six weeks ago were after a business trip I Col. O. W.
4 in that section.Tampa that relatr Roinoon bLittle Miss Mary Howard, tlu < ae located
points of interest \. high authority confessing Gerig. They then visited the past two or three days. Mr. spoke and rim factory now

I Thugs.Fishel. the primary eliminates the poor man. for a fortnight in Brooklyn and sine and family have spent the SUI youngest daughter of the late Ca(..t. I at Brooksville. but formerly in this

I II I then have been at one of the reso mer very plesaantly at Seabrec:e, James Hatton Howard of Grahamvi 'I city, came up to Ocala Wednesday aIlS

Ii i Miss Maage Simms of Valdosta, in New York state. Their friei i with a colony of their Ocala friendsinesville .-- will make her home in Ocala thwinter ternoon for a short visit here.

that tbe'r with Mrs. Frances A. Howsand ie,
1(1 a.: arrived in Ocala will be delighted Sun.
ill antI will spend the winter in this little daughter's health has very gre L t- l will attend the Ocala Hi! h "Ir. Adam Rou of Fairfield, one of

I ty. While here she will make her, ly improved during their absence.Mr. Mr. Z. C. Chambliss and his nei,hSchool.. the county's oldest and best known

1 Says : :sue with Mrs. J. A. Pittman. Mis; ew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ze< us' citizens, was in Ocala Tuesday. SIr

II hums will teach elocution here, ands J. J. Rutland. of Rutland, Sxi[}l-- nero of Amarillo, Texas. came up y. Mr. George W. Baker, a former w. I I Rou's friends are delighted to see'him

she is a reader of very marked ter county was a prominent isitor o terdafrom a short visit at Woodm ir, known citizen of Anthony, but wJ looking so bale and hearty.

: she wit He says that i t! visit \\"asmost a now resides at Sarasota was 10Ite
that Their
doubt Tuesday. Weir.
New ;tility we have no our city : on Lake
"See My II the a very successful class. orange crop of bis county will ., delightful one, and Mr. and M rs. Ocala: Wednesday. He was en rot :Mrs. Quigley and daughters, who r

about half as large as it was last ye'ara.111 liner were both charmed with tbeauties he to DeLeon Springs, to pay. a visit to I have been living in Ocala for some

Goods! Mrs. Stringfellow and Mrs. J. F but will make up in quality for i of Lake Weir. __.8 son. i time past, and who recently sold their

That the Pal laeSt'- Watula street to Mr. Doe of
have been home on
:dwards of Ocala, who it lacks in quantity.
y -- -- -- road all summer reached New York soffkee and Withlacoochee orang Mrs. T. E. Bridges and son, wve ho Yr..P. R. Lester has returned hoi ne Orange Springs, left yesterday for

mel are the sweet. most pie asfrom his trip to Monteagle Ten,n., their old home.MO r
I the 1st inst., where they were grown in Sumter, ha spenj;: the summer
I (ll't.pt):.e to ell you Mr. Stringfellow They proceeded I and juciest in the world and have a I antIy in the mountains of North C arand to Atlantic City, Philadelphia a nd'P.D -- -- -------- --- -
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the children l their own. with relatives at SiBridges' rs.1 New York. Mrs. Lester and
and ODdika.Ia.. ., where reputation all nUna.. and
Shoes Cloth and will reach Gaines- ------ old home in Wisacky, South] still at Waynesboro, Ga., and will )
school, 4"
Clothes :ire ille about October 1. Friends will be Mr. H. H. Raymond has been nam-I Carolina, reached home Wednesda;: ]return tome about the 1st. i I 1 >[ OTHIS\
G. Ege, Uj
to their old of
:lad to welcome them [?d as the successor of -j. morning. Miss Buckbee, principal of the Emi i
office gei
do but -Gainesville; Sun. who will retire from who !
than others lonie. Home School in this city
I for le! s money oral manager of the Clyde Steamship Mr. and Mrs. Perkins and littl 'erson in ; ...01.n
I intend to \'eou only I good September 30. Mr. Raymond who have been in Ocala for; has been spending the summer
what I Lula B Bradford is expected Company on daughter has returned to
to see Mrs. Massachusetts,
I \vaut you for the' the Ocala
, goods. Will She has spent a de1 was at .one time agent several weeks, guests of .
bought while I was North. tonne Saturday. Europe with 1 Mallory line of steamers at Fernai House, left yesterday for their home Ocala. ,
. you come to see me? ightful i party summer of friends.-Tampa News. ling He is a friend of Florida and is I in Jacksonville. Mr. Perkins is in Mrs. Loula Moody, after a visit oi[ I n 5aa1OoSioreEnamel l c

. ---- Mrs. Bradford was a member ol"olonel a worthy successor of Mr. Eger. He charge of the building of the new cement two weeks in Ocala with h-r sister

; FISHEL Camp's party, but started for will assume his new duties as Octob generalmanager sidewalks in Ocala.Mr. Mrs. R. M. Perry, has gone to Irvine i
. ; Al short while before the bal- of the company ivturning ..01.
home a visit relatives
\ Miss J. E. Charles of Oxford, mana : to i ihome.
Colonel Camp, the first.
of the party.
:iiice Land and Improvement .
the Hemming [ I **"
of Dish Pan,
and Leta Camp and Mr. and ,ger Ware -
's whole who is extensively -
to Clifton Camp sailed for Newk'ork The people of Ocala and the i Company and Rheinauer of New York Large Bread Pans, . C
the was Mr.
shocked by in trucking, ri
.. the 22nd of the present of Marion county were engaged much liked citizen of Bowl l and Pitcher, .
on vis City, a former
AND morning of that gallant numbered among the Brick City
Sunday .
, FRECKLES mmih leath on Ocala and a brother of Messrs. Chas. Lamps, complete,

In Ten Days. I Confederate veteran and mafxeellent itors Wednesday. is in the city and Post Cards, . .
REMOVED and Ben Rbeinauer,
11D who has been citizen, Capt. Frank D. P0o- Plates . . ,
of Ocala, with us.
Nadinob.1The several days
Mrs. Gary Archer, will spend
i Captain Pooser was well know!!I Miss Ruby Bauknight of I .
weeks and Saucers
three jer. Cups
two or ,
: here tor the past the state and his memos'} who has been the guest of her sister, .
Complexion of her mother, Mrs. W. F. throughout Mrs. Feltham returned home 't" c.terday Glasses .
I I Beautifier is endorsed is:: a guest left yesterday for White win be held sacred in many lovin : I Mrs. Edward Drake, for the past two : afternoon from Savannah, Ga, Tin Buckets, . . .

thousand focura, Tribune. months, will spend the winter . ,
: by : few days spent hearts.-Tampa called some weeks ago Box Paper v -
and after a wb >re see was
1 11 of grateful ladies,andguaranteed Springs, Ocala with her sister, and will attend
.,, : that resort. she will proceed to t !>n ace:cat of the illness of her mother. need at home toff Mss
it the pleasai .
,- i t J of )Ir. G. F. Dinsmore, the Ocala High Everything: you
Ii f E- facial discolorations : Washington, D. C., for a couple representative of the Inlay(I money than others charge.

' t and restore thebeauty nonths. Mrs. Gary's numerouslainesville roung has resumed -
0 : Foundry of St. Louis, was amoii "Buck" Hamilton
. of youth. THe friends were delighted at Fype Mr. Lee Raysor is in Ocala for a
the Hunter
callers at the Ocala BaD: 1his position with FISHEL
business M.
r It in twenty day*. 5l)c. and $1.00at he opportunity to welcome her the brief visit with hs mother.
wont cases mail I office yesterday. CompanY.
/'rug! stores:, or by Gainesville Sun. aer I
\\1' aU leading igain.! -
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i r -- Pilgrim Mothers Forgotten I BA

ELECTRIC'TY mun+:nntit.lt [
: I ot
THROWN. T he Pestiferous dProvingetown. '
HE OCALA BANNER I II ot ib I : .. 1:1 the utl'rt !
I A few year ago ',':r wondrs: I -

..- And now comes: the venerable! : Ocaia: ol E the mosquito the lelharnion.nni; at in honor of the Pilgrim Fathers.u mR T THR R[[ YEARS[ R

I FRANK HARRIS, Editor. j Banner and throws a rock at tharmers' d;ream. Now it is: : machine jet win h mention was made of the Pilgrim

P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. ; because the Unioni all their toils i iand
I II Union be shared
\ ft ict wherever it music can proj j who ----
11others. a
bad I Ipiace
the price of short cotton at 15 cts. i; must not i and no woman :
put i w orth while. As niurn dangers; is not to i ConsultedPh sc.arstoNoAvi.-.
This >
The Banner classes us with the oil I, erect that the ] the telephone for on the program. srangetuents. Soap U.-tmwt
r-"ri: *-- je) [ I committee on : Cuticura ,
I', -. ..;>' ....0; > buscuit trusts, and does so : the credit of the Uses +
:..* &**.? .. beef. and I id angerous, and not \" does not produce I I Pills'! and Is Soon P.r ectiv
1 .... '< .,. *,..,.. i the I and
,'sy.p .;. ,," ""- very unjustly. i tl]hey set about it. At the central I President noosev >1t. The Qiease Hiving Left '
When ,.
., .Ik..< J'AV, above referred to, are key- pro ncr'town.1
(: -. > The trusts xtermination-and apparatus and at
.."... \ speaker EntIrely.
-... : principal Her
Not one
and simple. i Mt'gswas
', L"; "\.'\" speculators, pure 11 f mosquitoes are : there is no sound j \isited New Orleans the reception. _
,.. \.I tIe commodity they; I to him at
of them produce I electrical m* introduced '
it is of
; : \11 rhere lion way ,
'il.r she
:! ; that
remark I
fih"m'' g manufacture. I t:hat locality have hundred miles away. with the woman sufftytge'dr. : CANNOT

) ,; the farmers, the matter is dif !'! : the I a strong believer in TOO' HIGHLY
'. J Wtt, loY With IJ lake! full use of I' c:; slender wires, all believes 1n woman CUTICURA
ferent. They produce their cotton, i athe Jid methods. j orchestra is issuing said Miss GONon. t ttffra t .

,- not the right to fix i !j jirhich ,e. too: the presirnt -
and if they Next comes provided answered
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 19001.Gene i at which it should be sold, has !; receivers "You i bet I do be was led "I take great pI..1..II"f-- .in .r..f I'you
price .
'WII horns. The heartily; and, as I a !'utferttr'.ff '"- 1.\'
have no rights at all. j exercises I Iin tbaitil': 'I.,.., ...
.r --- then they s iince, Moses spread fill of tOO formal bad forth for the t \

Mathews keeps mum on that II Should the farmers of the country L I d loubtless for i powerful to away to some women bad no part bt lurn.\\ nry I ('Orulllltt'd aged w "uti. ..ri.harphyaieragw

for I tbe volume of the which bad in t"hjeaR+*, but to'. 1 ulI
platform that he has huilt-doesn't resolve to sell no farm products ('ore. Beelzebub : ; : ed I back and said: "If you women I Irotes. of d uriegthe i''Idie+ ,.,... IC'tt( ..
before that period would + ;< violin or a from ,,ntnrxw !
days, irst god of the to a excluded ;
whether he can or will stand on sixty their !L ; you would not I dit conning .4 Cutirur. *.p te.uand
Fay would be at :
elapse the world (Christian would have your PilI &hree ruoHtt.'C". 1tft4

1L-Lake City Index. :eet-the Banner included.-Jasper I ISews. I uler of hell next I Imrely telharmonium a these exercises the; you whole celt'bratlon." todav ment I :am perfectly *dl. the ,j jhaving IMS*
: full share t ininteud alll.e .
rntirri. w
I no spirit who drew up the left me
di"idmds : but it is almost If the politicians CuticMr ketn..41I..t 1'10
handsome throwing the
mills pay is not wished
If cotton The Banner I !econd imp of had

in North Carolina, South Carolina bricks, please. It is glad to chronicle'I ule over this astonishing to. the. program at pro\incetown conform tot b.... views of highly tll that anyone I have b-i.uffefli.f Mr- "I'F..rr2rr II ray

Georgia, Alabama and Texas, the fact that the farmers are at last (Omnipresent, unt of its manuoia i I to make it distinguished guest they I E waits At\\.1. l5 c 'n1l. .hare t "HI. Ill ,
and | most "
to fix the selling price of of food : operations their IMS 11 itui* I it.f HP r
do the same in a position polluters guilty of so contemptuously October 2::,
not been
'Why should they ', well known I would not have
that they of the _
cotton and it bones messengers of both the Pilgrim -.e

thing in Florida be in position to exercise' of : The device is the i ignoring of
continue to .ast ] daughters
he this privilege. It hopes too to see Ii Iieve.v ilization has not ,i Thaddeus Cahill and Mothers and their I FOR WOMAN'SInterest

Ilofce Smith says that as long as in New '
become rich. tested I \\
cotton grower : C aur weapons i Muchof to Ever) .m*
Is governor of Georgia there shall bean concluding paragraph it only i and ,! RESULTS
In the I pun&as SPLENDID Cutkura Pamffcfct.
thestate. farmers'! located i in STILL
going that the was
embargo on liquor expressed a desire I paper-are all I
if they the apparatus I II Cor.f.t'i I 1-4'.1 Ikd ('HI.'I"J'IIIO.a
be a determined be consistent, and when
to longer
There seems should We no I ',: l'r ,a"'OIOu" drluilta4n11jcU'ilt
effort to destroy the thirst for li themselves find it profitable in the |''I our towns to I days ago and even I Insurance Company I is trl'a'n.! i 'n tnlm

formation of a trust, not to throw i j 'beasts and if we |I concealed from direct) Florida Life MethodsAre "incb110"1 .cAt
I locat Steadily Growing-Its br :I'. .i o
quor. doing the samething. was fI'-Y .a
for apparatus
at others it is because
bricks flies
I of Based on Strict : tba'utWUra
series age
where a :
When diamonds grow as big as watermelons conquered.Le a' Principles h ""I'-pd\
the each giving -
What is the difference between r Matin of I ab... M
tho .
many to I Life In [ .rapP'd
and produce as doubt the Florida I r :
for sup a
forming a trust frequency Without EAtlte l
of cotton had uncurl
things, i
will be so rich that growers Jacksonille. j
acre, the farmers the selling .. When these al Company of gentle. yrtd ;
for,, the purpose of regulating I best method of I ) surance jv,, i 't -
death ;
all of us will starve to ; of cotton and the millmen whoweave I The author of I are sent into the Fla.. is destined to be one worth JlO.otw.oOO an acre price I inanitions: > I'm- ninHnl' 'K." tolilrll t
vrlth land .. the di among .i i i : ei
forming cause successes
into cloth i it they greatest
cotton ;
mule to a" the Musca, makes ..- ully riKrthi "" f"'r rwrr--
drive a '
want to \HUMI- I"
'\ ho would of! out a mu in the South. and | .
the selling price giving of its kind
Objerrcr. a trust to regulate will be I i arid be'y'-vtntt "1*' tun,
Charlotte inc. pi.rlltuig
plow and raise com? the manufactured article I or disinfect the pitch corresponding to ally in the entire United Stat.>- The ralp| hair "lid b n-l-t r 'hr fij 'r.rtlt I

What is the difference between millmen : pests. It is well I alternations. When I. popularity of tb1 company from r- of UlttaJUn.alprv I :'''hIJ\t" ,,tr'G.

on 19">t was mmifdi Issiwell. snI' seta.t'L'MnIrItM'uyl! ''
wheat and manufacture down a key beginning in May. > !
who have been inn>s, who purchase is born of filth. ftl"r' :if n'. I.&tb, fn-n hateadily rnu in
Astronomers, i is : a
circuit of production
flour forming a trust I magnetic and its ratio
it into i a ate. ,' ''ttUl'lly
Mars for severa decaying I and I beauty *k. \l\t"31t. II" r ''UII 1"1QIoo
Ugatlng the planet of flour i This dais increase! This I is mor> remarkable
in Paris. to regulate the selling price place. If these I!! 1Mh l run 4oa n "'MWftqe 1-
months at the observatory who grow the wheat i with lifted and the currents when it i is remembered that ........ W I..'..... r-t tin 1Md ... J111
than ever convinced that ito and the farmers or treated I I......... \' :;.... sW ...... .....-. 1 ..
are more: belacs. and form a trust to control the sell there will be no more alternators to bei this company has persistently refuse .. 'u Ce.Lw: t.. ,tl%", t'W'r an. nxwMN t. .'"-
human ,.. an.k a *
W fMltsd
intelligent ; II. MA.
inhabited by iug price of the raw article j ants, crude ; wires. Before passing 1'1) consider any scheme of itHiirenifiit e.. If 1:"'..u....C atM thn4 A ,.".* a at1. !'
From photographic views the;\ i ,..,., w ele.t Iola. Iu 'Ae! 't thaw .<,
look like amolehill i iI lines, however, to insure-bonil th .... ..... a..a.N.. Jr.
Why should one trust i be one of the to the public ..... Ceft.o. ., n1
haw discovered 57;: great canals am 1 ? : and \ of it* .,layC....,..,...---....I. --."
[ and the other a mountain Possibly the are tempered absolute, recognizable merits .C,
lesser ones on the plauet.Mr. I I ,
many Why should one be goou and the other traction will mixers. The: depres- policy contracts-never having used --

V. Powderly, who has bad '! least in towns. !; key on the key- any' "special contracts." "a< \rwrBoard" \ IGwe of ilonM.i. fsr Ma',1 I of placeorida
electricity other
of stuck. or
current "agency
and or
a position in the: labor department of cluding pigs I which cam 't" its l 111\ atillvd *oin U... ". ,. '.v
HON. J. N. C. STOCKTON'From from populous receivers discreditable schemes to pr InI >
the federal government is on a tour j vibrate corres 'hr Hall <>l Pal!" ,n \l-n ,.s' of,

; of the South to study the conditions recent -utterances by Hon. J. j jN. time also comes we will that !! to) to the ground j business.Their .slogan has ben: 'Him.->; Insurance the uurliie >>utatut. "' ti.- 'A ...'
of labor in this section and will make toKentucky C. Stockton, it is probable that he !j I well. Then I musical note. I' at an Honest: Pric-." and .At t'-t ('ITll"II' no>rig hrt **'j ,

t a report of the same. lie is noW may enter the gubernatorial race. ; reign in hell two keyboards of 144 j Equal; and Square IVal for \11" ,\ 8U* hu l t.-n arttit-: 1Uorri *\->' 1 8r

I and is meeting the representatives and Mr. musicians to''I fr"n> h- ." ...
While it is true that we Fresno (Cal.) two company operated on thesound a* appears

: of southern immigration in different p0- : The keys do and nl ift'ff from H.,,. lien I-: R...
Stockton have trained i ). : principles l with the capable eonervatively :-
other poiats. I
t societies at Paducah and liitcal camps and have been arrayed The Science.r".e. upon the circuit from progressiv name:;-Ruin IIWIl ut Halt.!+rtdl-- lit' .. I. :.ae
Lou. i
i lie will continue: his trip through Florida the against each other in the great political i ; but actuate plungei. \\that it has already proven ?,) hat*e- Pn-..
!i Uiaaa, Alabama. lie believes it battles of the state for the past: I II I i in turn control the:! I jmust necessarily win tjnappro! \ a!:: ".\* to '!1", 'ft\t-n'n' .I.n -P-u +
and Texas I i
Oarollnas section a twenty years yet our personal relations -, roadbuilding i : magnet when activt Jand| support of th- insuring puhluI Dr J..lti: M I IVrn.. .? \Ht ** *
i ,
I direct
it: possible to from the have always been of the kindliest |. been paid here of metal which car- I meet with great inicc-:<.. Fla 1n.-t P, a...'-":a' Yo.*. I' .' .'

large number Scandinavia of immigrants and: Northern and most friendly nature. We do federal bureau, serving to actual: I The Florida Life: will :sooi. '.... op( uatur "f nmuufac 'I(' ,.,' (*.' 'h s'

British Italy.r Isles... not hesitate to assert with all possi- ;. the good roads ; : corresponding to th. ._.raring in Georgia.: AUbama.! .. t't.Carolinas i >n.4'lfh| t1! ':ia! tu..t I 14"K I u "

', t -- IIJ lIe emphasis, that in our humble overtones ol the ue-j j and otht-r Souuvrn :0''ate* Hl'lflc f.'at H"i', I "i'- I.

I ,I -is face to face. I.j''udgment there is no man in the setter j': '>f its j I i would be useless to de- as preparations, for su 'b .tr>- !".' ,\\ tit w.r A? i ti \ The national capital gov-1 I I laps be gleaned
'i of of
I The city bi > equipped for the office : : complex principles der way. :n th>- rroe r. jf AIU'. "
/j with the "y now peril. I 'the; new -
; this week by a party Of e>rnor, nor one who would give to tbe be !' because it would Plans are being iles-tgii--/ .! fur > ;:1 an' Weis air flrarri. '
invaded It[ should
i I was both men and women. L)ople of Florida a cleaner or more ; eral bureau I II< and mathematics tu erection of its own tu>nie !>:!nt't' i Ili\it IUIU\.roo'fI t ..f .h. (..}I)'I'".fi. -1.
: t >oung there to enter American I>eneficial administration of the road only when I, clear. Suffice it ing. a handsome. tve-atury. lil.fl'!I a .u ppis ',f H"f hi- tat !1..4t' '.'

,, 1',, !I schools who go and universities They enteri i S state's affaire. He possesses in a de- ; c-ality agree to : : music is produced by frame IIp-to-l at.. offlohuiMinj:! 01 a Haft! Thi *" tfcr II r.t 1 -

f 1! the country under special permission I jree that is worthy of emulations byj i and the labor. tbe telharmonium on Forsyth street, opposite the city ha!11 ..u fur a::0my IbfttfUlal: Inti ,'. "

..; '_ all that humanity that meets in electrical means of another evidence of .' "
1 I' from the department of state and 1 niunity an the pntgivi I lunw y'r> s.' .. c twta.aleIAi.

s. i vrlll remain until graduated from 1 the very man a brother,' that sympathY: these conditions I these vibrations: 1 hun siveness of its official. \\ ....... ctf Apaiachie'oda, ..r...-.- *Bif

'hick enters with warmth into the i : and reproduces the mu Furthermore it is .&iM
; American institutions of learning. ing $400 for the j anticipated ihn *M plant In thm wart r**;

I I I Several of them will matriculate at feelings of others that friendship :I! the farmers ; telephone receiver. I at a meeting to beheld! on th'tot...r that the iBtat ,If at, ,tflri.>
..1 1 the George Washington University, 'which flows with generous emotions One of the best } 15. the capital stock of the corps> unkBown to fiw n.f '-t..r'*.t! '1'i.vlfug

1 Khich is growing to be recognizedthe as and, binds us to those we love with I ice soon i !Ithe UNDER BROWARD will be increased from $I I. HMHMM, .() al for i mlftl.tadUl't'fI ..f "'I'

I j typically American university. : i indissoluble ties, that charity toot i conditions $2.1),"'''>. and this will *na>i'-' Mi" ""nit.MI $taira ail'i IJr.4 .,,...l f I'ltr .

l i Among tte new students this year are j ]puts[ on every action and appearince' suitable road !' Ocala Banner: company to expand n ur.- rapnilv jr.arry bUId: I.rrl"; a r .N tn2"'t ,.h

I. to be found representatives of a large j the most favorable interpretation with: !i be found within ; issue you commented t on a <- out the prtJKr..IpiauI now stands in a p..M,<- -
I; number of nations. and the South that philanthropy that feels ; kinds of clay 1\ \. Beckhom of Kentucky+ I the officers. 1..b.C'Ula tU tlerpwl.2at; h.. It ,'11.. I'

\ iI show 'quickness the distress of others and i claimed that the state The force is .
J I American countries will up weIll' over them the ;i 1 I agency now tiding ti ---- -

i tn this connection. The majority of I't' 'that spirit of justice that accords 10 at c, rain I II I'I paid off, and the tax creased, in anticipation of the! "pP1!R The atmlkteh' uf or1b t' 1:"

[ have come :all their due. Mr. Stockton has set aj I Inoble asked if Governor ing of the states rW' 1
the young Chinese who I ofthis \ make \ i' and mentioned. a n id '0 here a niltlt atratitl" 3

l 1 here to study are from the Mandarin example to the young business men practically I 'make such a showing !! many of the beat produciBK nwn rk... f p..t..110' M. flat, &1ailutted

l', t class and have a greater or less I It" state of dilligence in lution of tbe : his administration. I the entire country art looking fc If Il"t'a." toi I hO' U1IPt ,..', '. l' ,.(
I Knowledge .of English. Many of them i I of truth and devotion to principle in to Washington I i reverse the proposition. ward to this giant t insurance cutnprfn\ r..1 II had 'JIl the lti it I' a .'r I S

\ of universities in China justice honesty and uprightnessI can hold his own I and negotiating with itag"n:; ,
are graduates and to some more f ; : ( div '''i!) t h ala gtl 1..01lu: wh.

and have come to this country fmore his conduct to his fellow men. of The chief of i every state in the !, ion for favorable turrit >ry -TI OJt'',. !! deuce Ih" r. 1't.. .. t -
the basis
life which is "
in public
i it I graduate instruction. He has filled back an nton. I' ..hilt'i! unit iio" ,iit i'f to' I tit -
our social connections. I we
I It cord wood. : what progress ,
and hemet I, man "'''Irn fri-a a 'III "
t '' : Federal officers are watching with I It many important positions a cord. He : the fine art of taxation 1 It i U a fort-gone ronrlu-iui:' : ; tha- 1 I'mVardaman ; ,\ Ifhl I'fllr...... .. I' '. -.11"\\ ... :
I each
the being tried in': and performed the duties of I t twenty years. ; will: fake th.. 1 1I.
; much interest plan honest a layerof :: i! prffti-n ,. '-h(" '."' a 1\ 1 'I'd," 1
J for the upbuilding of the iu a manly, straightforward, I the an increase in the coming hunt in th,' M l' .
t Alabama I i land that 's.\t\n\ \ <'an I. 'ak-n .;.J. .. >V a ass x.'1' .! .
:. : amboat traffic of that state. It ,iio way. Should he be governor ditches on the :: of S7 1-2 per cent., a and rake.- a- an ,th! ..r ;it'i-.i, t .< I,. ., .
; will I the I.OI..fn anti\ .f IH" '
M-fins th.i: the Alabama railway commisMou j we know that he upon this brush ; rate of Marion county in n-;;ti ad.-it'r fa'M: M- *, I N-- .t." .t't'f! :11" f'nt"j
and ii
t \ in.If r a recent state act., has ;( duties of the office with as pure was right 1'1.11" > per cent. 1

with a' patriotic emotions as ever animated I Marion j
of county
taken co'.r-o! of the traffic should be set payers

\ Uof ,U\ \ oping it. It is made apart I: the human breast. During his polii- sisting in ;hH are poorer by over i t\\i: 99 9 9i ....; :
or' .
L; 1 I of tlu tight on railroads by the ;, cal 1 career many questions graveimportance concealed dollars than a, .. .'
enlisted public attention. a ,
t state ad'I'lnatiou:' to the end that I have : came for tbe: ; !: ',' upon to pay tut-.

''i! t the freight devtopment t.it iuabe of river kept down commerce.It thro. I I I .between Titanic warring struggles factions have: occurred in- 1: ed it I was the clay rolled to i : thousand was demanded dollars then.in ta\e: : #rfj. Consumption is less deadly than it UMd to be.Certain $ i

I l t._ fact that Alabama 1 1i this state, who differed as to men and in the Union tlia' p relief and .y j
r i* a novAorth good roads \ a state usually compete r- o% '-rywill

has adopted the view of the national !I policies. His attitude with respect cal blacksmith : with us iu the marw!. 1} result from the ,

; rivets and harbors congress that the I thereto was the attitude of his party dollars out of ; I would like to know :i' 4> following tree baest. .. 41
the fore in the ,assertion ... ,
at .
and he was ever ,
t development of water transportation I j road was then we do not hold the chau Hope \,
rest fresh '
and maintenance of that party's air andEmulsion. \ j
freight rates time to en .
i will do more to regulate ,: des of the just give us
him i foithat
All honor to
f that can be principles. sessions of rb
than all the legislation i ers went back two more ,A .
All honor we say to the man 01strong 1'...;; .
I ,le\ised. This organization is planning !: results. Soon : :: and then we can chaHeiim. '> j
I and honest convictions. whhas <( .tJ ,LL ,
l t for its annual convention to beheld in from all he 1 world. to! DRUGGISTS ; SOc. AND; fl l.eo.

t. i here just prior to the convening the courange to stand by them s, information W. W .CLYATT 7. ;): tt) (s ( .,. .

I of the sixtieth congress in December. In the assertion and maintenance o;, to repat the : tcQaaOOt.e.(3J) ,,) ( (t...') ..

I J Mr. Stockton has eveibeen !
Capt. J. F. Ellison. secretary and I his convictions t aLone has < the newspapers pnn; -- i

treasurer of the association, is expected : I a leader. He is bold. aggressive[ expended' in I we arise from thea*: : -1

in Washington within the next logical!, convincing. He is as brave ii. (is becoming !! of pride. We "c rtainl> : -IW
We do not sathat .
t in victory. ;
few days to perfect arrangement I defeat as i roads \ good editors in Florid: f '

forth strenuous efforts he is always right. We do no the ROLLINS C;
He is also putting neers who :: brainy, and exercise : COLLEGE
Far iron l
to increase the membership of say that be has no faults. clare the generally along riah r

f tte national rivers and harbors congress it. He is a strong man, and gentlea.nd i working big, brainy fellows ar p W 1.-. TER P.\H FL.Oers .\ .
; they are, aroverborne < !
that the conventionmay his faults such as rf superior atlvantages
to the end tn
t ,, ; to any one newspape; high grade ooll e. academy ext
his virtuesWe
all the more weight in immensely by eith1 P".lo.. mu.lc. 'r businesw
carry "I big newspapers, step
t of .:. ot;ra phy. wed domeatie ocl.....
I. \ 'bringing the problem of waterway do say that: as governor thstate <: Lost, : appearing in some of tfc: courses ;

development to the attention of the he will adequately meet ever; ] today a printed in sot: Most attractive, heals Dfu1 and reaned full
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i I national legislators and the federal l demand made upon him, conscieitiously iaad;i casioned sick by | towns this week won!d particulars and room re ervat1O ns. address .e

government. The organization has I perform his public duties, angive ,i : drug store a \ to any newspaper; in tl.p. I ,J. H, BIUXSX. .
r I J contended that the country should ex us an administration of for an 1\\I Life Pills | We feel pro'ud of 01 Lr t Ira la. I Fla. or. "0. n. O'XE.\L. rttrlanlllt" \ I

S pond not less than $50,000,000 a seat )L by the people. What more do w e I! biliousness, I : i 7 t F'I3'.: 1

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Writing to the publicity .
committee i I :. I
of the Escambia Prohibition 1
League i
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A. G. Campbell, mayor of DeFuniak ![ :
and Success f
Increasing Progress
:Springs:: tte town that never had ai I <
says of prohibition and the effect ; .
it has had there: IS THE STORY OF ..

Springs cure birth"As of of you has the a doubtless saloon.never town Walton suffered know Almost coum0'DeFuniak from at the the.I!!I'."I THE FLORIDA I LIFE INSURANCE 001 I

ted dry, and local option has preaili i 4

td ever: tince. it would be, therefore, J : .

almost impossible to give you figures'i : of Jacksonville Florida.
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or satisfactory data as to the : I ,

once in criminality and cost of rn.l.
ment of the dry times as compared go\"t i I : The magnificent record made in the last sixteen months is gratifying to all true :

with the wet times, r1
especially is it
in the city government. I feel satis-1 M : Floridians. It is due to OJ i

tied tK& the criminal record within :

our trim when it is compared with : "

the the criminal same size records will :show; of wet the toown value of of >! ": b B ones Insurance at at) Honest Price"IT & t*

prohibition in suppressing crIme. It !: :

is an unusual occurrence for a crime ] : IS j

of any seriousness to be commuted j HiI bY

within the corporate limits of DeFu :
"The in Dixieland"ILLUSTRATIONS DJ
niak Springs. : People's Company f

"You ask does prohibition prohibit. !:I.,, 0'! F1 :
In reply to this will say that from -t

time to time there have been those!! : ______ --
who so utterly disregarded the laws of j :: Q. I !

the land as to attempt to sell whinkry : .--

in violation of the local option ;:: ff1 AND FULL PARCapital Stock, $1,000,000 IF INTERESTED DROP A CARD f"1 : '

lava The majority of such offenses'' II
have btu committed by colored peo-J i.I .. :Q I Organized i! 1906 U :
pie, and a few by the lawless white ---- may, _

I' opk. !but the prohibition sentiment.,,1: I I !

is *o utroits that these parties are i; d

brought to justice and with such sen- :

tcKe ax, our higher courts have been I> .. !+ Men of integrity and ability can obtain excellent agency contracts and territory. t i

aDd hing such offenders, j .
the arAiuijK a.cft kmal illicit upon saltof mtoxi-j j /:: I Business being written now at rate of $5,000,000 annually. Ask our agents to :

eating d<<'n-apuag.frjuora t.1, in feet m>' that opinion the greatly unly/ / : show you the T.P.P.E. or T.Y.O.B. Policy, or any of our unique plans, and see .: f.

thlitg that prevent local option from j .

entirely prohibiting in thin county i is I :

a the attarh w*rutu. jug Penaacola.and bottle with trade which has 'i:1 A Square Deal In Life Insurance. i

been carried on from time to time. 1 .

"Tk present incumbent/ as mayor I i ]3. 11. STREPLHSTG, Special A.g-eiit OCALA, FLOFIDA i
DM been in ofiCf for a little over a I Iala. : .

..- and there have been on!} t .
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tbnw case before him for drunken I 1.+..+..++...*+..+...+.++.+N++..++.+.++..+..+*....++.+...++...................+......44> 4..4..++++.. .....t.........+..*.......II
a.wt. Imjiuirv$ his KtWtNl, ,,, two_ of i I
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the ..rti") got their liquor from I'taatOYi -----i-

"1 vould and ODe ay that from prohibition Plorala. Ala uiean..I HOT TIMES IN DADE COUNTYThe NOTICEIn I 4 *Q
the County Judge's Court in and
turn to for growth of any town tiMrtSily. Democratic Executive CommitteePass for Marion County, Florida-Exer- j fc *
and edurationally Resolutions of Censure cuing Probate Jurisdiction. j
MIT tally, morally ,
than any other one step a Against Gov. Broward Whereas an application has been i i r.

low or city could take One of the warmest sessions of the herein made to for this letters Court of by administration a petition filed on I = We Are IncreasingStock :

people of DeFuniakJortijl comity executive committee ever held "
Ta. good the estate of P. K. Flook, deceased
.vt(l Waltua county would in Dade county took place iu the courthouse and for the appointment of E. C. < t
( If they could. in Miami Tuesday. Smith as administrator of the said esi i 4.
.at !.*_ a wet
and that tad t p.o|>t0 eottki not if lhlrxwid There have been tot political fights tate.Now, therefore: these are to cite J|: i,t" Our It It !
before the committee in times past and admonish all and singular the kindred j : :

"1 trust .b! *t thi ma) he a fiiccvsafttl but this was the first time that it hasbeen ; and creditors of said deceased '! t. v+'
for prohibition in Cacmllla called together for the purposeof to be and appear before this court at :i
raupalitn I F( th i THE W1NTKK TRADE AXI GET IN DAILY 4,
rutinty. awl with prohibition discussing the proper mode of resenting its omce in the court house in Ocala. 4:;. ....
of officials who deliberately Marion: county Florida. on the ISth :'
te feraaitiia count), this Ik''tiuu the action of day of September, A. D. 1907. and ( 1"t fry
oar Ul'- silt\ be tree from the cur**> : violated their obligations to then and there to show cause, if any '

hfc-h runt.and U >s.iin More.itrrvasing inward manhood inc ar the Resolutions committee.were proposed censurms they should have not be why granted tbe said or application otherwise, *t ( METHINC C000TOEAT )i i"

the: same will be granted as prayed. E
M wait.Huh-nul Ulan an> other curs* the governor and the recently appointed Witness. Joseph Bell County Judge $

'A* unu' tau of the heat Uhs of judge of the criminal court of I and the seal of the County Judge affixed !' '
tar law HhttliM citueOi of DeFuatdk record for their recent action as follows at Ocala. this 2<>th day of August j 4A. 'i:I HAVE JUST ( >PENEDi i?
D. 1907. JOSEPH BELL i
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/prtltp )it > wr lanipalcii. : S-!1 County Judge. !jr Cjsi
Your ten truly. We the democratic executive committee

"A ti CAMPBELL. of Dade county, do hereby protest NOTICE. L IN CANS WE HAVE: ,..
\ New Mackerel.Cod I. .
Sprtagr against the appointment of \V. I. ".- 4
Ma>"< r of DcPuntak Strawberry Beets, 20 cents.
at Metcalf as judge of the criminal courtof In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial i It, Fish Balls in 25 cent cans 'f'"
Progress record for Dade county, and we for Rhubarb, 15 cents.
Grrtt Circuit of Florida in and
da.$eIli..Srtls... .awr .ubJo4't and to tb" hereby call onV.. 1. Metcalf to redeem Marion county-In Chancery.Ienry I i'*' Soused Mackerel in 20 cent cans. They Big Hominy, 15 cents. ,:tc'

Ii ratite .H..H mW B.' Thum a aiay accept l:4s the written appointment promise and to said refuseto office L. Torian, complainant vs. t make a fine dish for breakfast. Apricots, White Rose for small families 4'",
uI llaMM-viU ras' Ida B. Torian, defendant. :
J "'Oa..t-U.... Fto A. $. 1$0 i. a$ he was defeated for same in Order for Constructive Service.It I Cod Fish Brick, 15 cents. 20 cents. k1' -

'\ t',,,"U' '.H'. E rani 'Uirrw ('0 the primary election held in Dadwunty is ordered that the defendant i Mush Rooms, small cans, 15 cents.
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,,..,. .'.. l."Attar Prn.acttls, Fla for the purpose of nominatinga herein named to-wit: Ida B. Torian, i .t L Pure Maple 1 Syrup, in pint and quart French Peas, small cans, 10 cents. is
M to !MHNiT judge! for said court. Be it further Is hereby required to appear -i
mr. lour inquiry | be and she bottles 35 and 60 cents.
.4 MTuhWu. I. WM.trtteM4 Resolved. That should Mr. Metcalf' to the bill of complaint filed in j ("y'" Red Hot Chili Con Came, 1 10 and 15 c. ij -
been rclv'Ml. the appointment to this office beoreIondav., the I Dundee's Marmalade in crocks 30 = ..
4tarfciM l'ttUIIH ball accept this cause on or ...t l cts. Red Hot Tomales, 10 cents. :.
."I111"* ** hereby call on our representativeand \ iAdministrator's <1
te we of October, N7.
M4 I tale pitutturr senator in the legislature to use 7th It day is further ordered that a copy of i .!: Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles and ChowChow Blue Label Deviled Ham, 15 cents. t._

fuibrsts. arsewiQlalaSfl influence to prevent his confirmation week I-1'" Blue Label Potted Tongue 10 cents. ':
"1 Asu t..t u... the their this order be published once a ; 25 cents. f"It
in Uatne..villeu by the st'nateBe it furtherResolved. for four (4) consecutive weeks in the': t
u wi patent) I Blue Label Boned Chicken, 50 cents. fi
lantta it was That a copy of this resolution Ocala) Banner a newspaper published I II' Austin, Nichols & Co.'s Olives which
ai Ire..i twuv as .I Mr. Metcalf and Coveruor I White Rose Shrimp 15 and 25 cents. .t",
The aver be sent ,
and state. :
said county
h4ttt at '.. prbtbttk with of in are very fine and sell f from 15:; to 60c. ..f.
a copy
who could earcly patbnlr > Broward. together This fifth day of September 191)7.I White"Rost Lobster, 25:; cents.
a. WI/uets,wore are nu. the owuers toe agreement.That S. T. SISTRUXK, I...t<1 .ioe
rt The \aluatinn of the whereas. Governor N. B. Brow j I Clerk Circuit Court Marion County. : -T.

tif 11f\.'t I I ::".tu- '*not ttul IUI'r"Jie"t ill ard has apparently disregarded the i Florida. : OUR LINE OF FOR THE -WINTE
pnt T throughout the entire primary election held in Dade county j I R.[ B. BULLOCK, I X
Cia'''''' .11. !'\II for the purpose of electing officers to!!: 9-6w4 Complainant's Solicitor. "rV

"'tuts u .h.dIlY in tiie criminal court of record of DadNtntc '?J WILL BE COMPLETEVK( Nn\V HAVE ,..tlt
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1.....111. ." I'i< a** ;l it.ra doing In tact sinceb th*> ,-,. judge. and of the appointed criminal W.coutr.I. Metcalfas a man :[1 charge.Notice of Final Dis- I Ii Ii .<1 =])P. Pi'ice's Celery \';lieat Flakes, :;:.

tar ban *<-l prottbit date defeated in tbe primary.-St. BlaukeV Toasted Corn J lakes :
who was :
tit) t ....-in v tu t"%frj say i i Xotice is hereby given that on the : "
frutu 111' !II"- tt,.' .r mir4 pix>hi- 1.\1(''" Tribune. 19ta day Of August, A. D., 19'1S the
h4tkm I !'ii t. i* uu rotntiariMm be- NOTICE ----- undersigned Administrator of the esUate r <1 &c. L\C. ",1 t
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i.....!, t' <,.*iu..-uis* ,>( today and I of Henry T. Spooner deceased. 1g

tkr i\fau .'M ".* bad "b..u whUkeya Application for Tax Deed Under will present to the Hon. Joseph Bell I -
Tht-iv i la nol I of t'hapter \ Laws I Marion Florida
111I1 mHol ,I Section s County Judge of county
niiiraliti t>( our I of FloridaNotice final account as administrator i I i" Visit 'f.
M"r my
ni! < i. : bntitthat is hereby: given that J. W. 0. K. GROCERY
th.iit ;i'ti |Hr crti. of said estate.
tit l< u x' Morrison purchaser of tax certificate the 4,
J\ II na' wl\, i \*.' .11.\! not hawHi I No !H4t>. dated the 7th day of Au Stanton, Florida September 5, 1907 I",1:' ..

gust. A. D. lsS9. and No. 5G5, dated HEXRY G. SPOOXER, be convinced that line of
hbltli..t I t' 1 and we carry an up-to-date r
hrtr lrrr 1 19i'5 bas filed said certificates of
1 June 5. of the estate ;
..,. 11It' .t. As administrator
M and has made application : and have of the and cleanest stores
,1'lrlbl tbd tiui tie my office deceased. 9-6-6m goods, one pretties ,
mgt tu 'her rtr! \ deed to issue in accord Henry T. Spooner, .i ,,It dft.
for tax : "
..t .It.lllhIUUO thanentire l in Ocala.1 .. .
i Hut, a. '.4'" nee with laSaid certificates em-
..... ..*.'. twttnr the timeIttttMMl ,i brace) the following described proper- ANTED-Second hand bags and .: :.
.. liatntl\"iUe II in Marion county, Florida. anywhere. We t CL0RK BROS. Prop t
..... lie i ,t.1 thv *at! is ,jty situated burlap; any quantity Poe 174 ,
aftelha r East half of southwest quarter 4,
hll\l. hAtt'l J to-wit: freight. Richmond Bag Co., ,
ISa h. tnltfUH' I pay ....
of section ,

t.r .*I I.rb4'apt.&re..rr r lMi.trw I..U'11 tl h and conmm I j'.of township southwest 16. range quarter 21, and of north southwesuarter half'of j I I Richmond, Ya., 912lm. a * * *Q

rstt northeast quarter I Notice to the PublicJ.
lI41? I 6, township 15, .
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"W B THOMAS W. Akin, the plumber, who was -
+ i S.-naT'J F,ra,.: -r 1-3 .-' :II: "hur iIlg cie- r
and The Puma Gorda Herald : 1l!! insists -
( Maur std (iaib#! \UI' j raDii 21. formerly with the Florida Plumbing : STRAYED-One cow =
assessed at nali e' dud iIJ'I"'u'aiy fire.
___ The said lands being -of such certiftcates and Electric Company is now in ; heifer marked staple fork under bit : that John Stockton is:: tuo rash"' \
tbe issuance
prN 'f IAtIr" fer I D.v Chamberth > the: date in of the name of Tony Fernan shape to take any work in his line i' in one ear, under square, upper bit to make a safe candidate for govern :
If tM t.. ii,h -r reason Reynolds. Unless: satisfaction. Leaver ) HANDY MOTH PAPER
*.1' < (4 it. gnat val 1 aid certificates shall be ,, phone all orders at present at the i :|: A moth destroyer and disinfectant.
ksUI-n,4 a at4oasr deed will issue I with my cattle about three years. list. of eligibles for that office we
It"- ( to law I Isu.spect .! in the folds
... ir...iW4nt of bttnM. of October, Ocala House office. S-23. I j Placed under carpets or
a tetote' M I I thereon on the _Sth day number of gentlemen furs and clothing, it drives away
,.... alWMt) tMtMtljr. ntb < Owner can have same by paying for that a large IOf
i" D. 1917.1Cttuess! I moth and worry. Twelve sheets in a
...... injury to a setrre onetr 2 1 A ray official signature andI "The Crimes-Onion Department" ofthe this advertisement and other expenses. in this state will secretly convict .. packet, carriage prepaid 10 cents;
?t1 heals) pan without aicfiMMl aviaf" 1;. earl this the 22rd: day of September,, Tallahassee Sun was omitted inthe C. :ililligan, Anthony, Fla. 4tw themselves of rashness after the six packets 50 cents if druggist doe

scar ebap.'l Thi raise baa..t* etw also. .
..it.-.. h. .1.i8 Prdf. :25 ('t'Ptll>, Clerk. Circuit Court.1arion too side-splitting to last. 9.15.Hw Anthony Fla. 'ear.-Li\"e Oak Democrat. Clarksville. lovta.I .
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Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the first three days of the big sale, proved to be record breakers. Hundreds of peoplefor

miles around attended, and everyone voted that this was undoubtedly the best sale they had ever attended. Bargains

everywhere and in everything. That was what they wanted, and none were disappointed. If you haven't yet attended,

come as soon as possible. If you have already attended, it will pay you to make another call. There are thousands of

different articles going at ridiculously low prices, and here are a few picked at random from among them. Look them over

& -j$ and attend this sale af your first opportuity"0 c
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Boys' Pants lOc 39c etc. Children's Hose in blue black brown

Corset Coversvorth up to 50c, for 23c, .,, white and pink at 6c a pair,

Four/String Brooms, 40c kind 21c, Ii A big assortment of Men's Hats, worth up
100 Ladies' Short Jackets for \vear.\vorth 1 i:< to S3, at 49c,

$5 at S2,69.Yardwide .;<; Fine Suit Cases. full size at 98c,

Black Taffeta Silk at 89c a yard .. We have about 500 pairs of Men's odd t

New Fall Plaid Silk, real value SL25, only ,:. Trousers. in worsteds, blacks and blues

89c per yard ii i; worth up to S4, at $1.49, _,

Full size Bleached Hemmed Sheets only 55c, i II; About 100 fine tailored separate Coats,

Full"bleached, well/made Pillow Cases II[ worth up to 512, to go at $5,48

only lOc, II i About. 100 Men's three-piece Suits worth

Black Mercerized Petticoats, worth 51,50 $8 and $10, at $3,98, J

and $2 only 75c and $1,25, Yard/wide Sea Island at 6c per yard

Men's heavy fleece-lined Underwear 50c Ladies' Lace Mitts black and white, 50c I :.
values at 39c kind, at 29c.25Men'sBlackCheviotSuitsworth$8al$4.98.
About 500 boxes Toothpicks. 3c a box. i
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beg to apologize to all who attended on the opening day and found trouble in being

properly waited upon. We were sufficiently
prepared to handle a large crowd, but we

were agreeably surprised at the immense crowd that greeted us. We have since then l .

added to our force of help, and rearranged our stock, so that now we are
prepared to III
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IS (ILL OF DIXIE TO DRIVE OUT State Institutions for Higher Education


: University of the I Florida Female CollegeTallahassee




t i Gainesville, Fia. i A College for Women withoutparallel *
Norfolk Va., Sept. :2t!++.Dixie is togo | i satisfaction of the Southern peoplehat I i in the South, embracing a

i dry, and thus set an example that il twill : liquor is largely responsible for+ \ A high grade institution for young Colege of Liberal Arts a School for: >.

soon be followed by die rest of t:ae shiftlessness, laziness and crimef 'i men, o ering Literary, Scientific Engineering Teachers, a School of IndustrialArts

'.\;- the country. This is the dictum of () the black race. Tce* race riots i in Agricultural and Pedagogical a school of fine arts, including
.Banta originating in the low grog- ,i violin, voice culture -
: the distinguished temperance exponents Strong Faculty; well equipped laboratories piano pipe organ
Beneficial Drinks who are celebrating National's' ;eries, did much to bring about the ; thorough instruction both elocution and Physical Culture

;; Red Rock Ginger Ale Temperance Day at the Jamestown !j i assage of the Georgia prohibition ;,' theoretical and practical; careful supervision departments.A Faculty of able specialists in all '!

today following the convention 1[aw, which becomes effective on Jan- and discipline; high moral
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Is In Class 1 Itself tone. Tuition free. Charges for special
by National Anti-Saloon I lary 1, next "Am I my brother'.eeper' ;;
of the 1 No tuition charges to Florida stu- I Ii instruction in Fine Arts reduced to a t
OC C League which has been in session I 1' has been answered with an i, dents. Other expenses very low I II minimum. New buildings in course f1

: t? slt, I'is of the hijfhwt.. purity and quality,beir g ;;4C R here during this week. The great expositIOn iffirmative by the white citizens ofnany i For catalogue and information ad '! of construction. Write for Catalog. <
yrnrrveluusly; ff.cwnt 1:1 the relief ami >re- Al.entumofir
dress i .
.. Southern
( '; estionandisiwDSia.There auditorium was well filled : states.In II I .
14-" many imjtl'io-s. Ljt all of them aro President. President
r..':\k weak at 4lLt-whto compare!to with the prohibition hosts when ilia I other commonwealths of Dixie ,
tr I-':I) HOCK.eveyvherc.. meeting was called to order, and the 11I the: temperance hosts are in the as-: I --

'' c-.U Lotties or So a elL. la'zeani>s from bottle small ..t ti milk white flag was much in evidence. I| <:endant. Kentucky, once the stronghold : .............."...................................., I j
A "call of states" was a feature of II 1 of the liquor business, is rapidly -

The Red RccK Co. the day, delegates from all sections' 1 being "reformed." More than 'II : WANT BIG CROPS{ THEM USE IDEAL FERTILIZE!}

telling of their victories over the rum ]per cent. of Texas is said to be covered
demon The greatest enthusiasm was !j 4 by prohibitory laws. Liquor has : OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU t

manifested as speaker after speaker been driven from every: part of Tennessee .

Florida fold briefly of battles fought and won I except the big cities. Most : : 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES" com"IRISH( POTATOES"-Book oa I

fur the cause of temperance. Apparent sections of Mississippi are as dry asa 1.. plete manual on Florida crops. "Soil Seed Planting and CultlTa-

: % the Southern States are leading : bone. Alabama is likely to soon : tion, Effect of Fertilizers Digging

' __ 3L 3LABE m -he movement and it was freely join the prohibition ranksorth.i\. "FLORIDA ORA.\GES"-Book of and Shipping." :.

t predicted: that in the course of a few Carolina's next legislature will consider :'I:! special Interest to orange grow. "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING" :

BROWN & BRO., Wholesale Distributing Agents, Ocala. vears there will be a new "solid I [ a prohibition law. Scores ol: : ers. special interest to pineapple

1 Suuth"-solid for the absolute prohibition Virginia counties and toowns have.'I.I growers. I

-- ---- -- of the manufacture or sale of voted out rum. South Carolina after : : "FLORIDA STR.\WBERRIES"- "IDEAL FERTILIZERS" Book

View of A Prominent Maine Citizen ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT ESTIMATES I any kind of alcoholic beverages.On much experiment in the regulation 01the : : Bwoklet on "'''oil, Varieties Cultivation all of our different brands, analyses i

on Prohibition. I I the face of it, this change in sale of liquor. is said to be ripe":I : and Fertilization" prices, etc. :

lion Chas. F. Libbey, expresidentof sentiment is one of the most for the prohibitionists' picking. Liquor
I Southern ,i II j New and revised edition of the above just published, free for akin> ;,:. ,
The item has undertaken to collect ethical movements ever witnessed has been driven from all but tht:
the Maine senate, and ex-mayor of j I amazing it.it s

Portland has the following to say of I and compile the most complete esti I' but thoughtful adherents of urban districts of Missouri. .! WILSON & TOOMER FERILTIZER COMPANY tJACKSONVILLE
mates of Florida's orange and grapefruit the cause admit that it is not altogether Delegates from the West and North ,
the results of prohibition in that *
.1 t
of the while not able to report so much progress
I due to the agitation temperance i FLA.McMillan .
I that has ever been under ;
state: I people, but has a sound economic are exceedingly hopeful anc' : t
"1 keptrecord I of all these men taken. I basis. The labor of negroes is declare that within a decade the dealt iit 1 .......................... .............. ...........

We propose to get the name and ad I knell of the liquor business will bt, !
and the number of times they came necessary to the prosperity of the

before me. 1 looked it all over to see J dress of every grower in the state South, and it has been proven to the sounded throughout the land. i iI I ------ _-------.-- ---- t
with the number of boxes he shipped I
what I had accomplished at the end I "
during the season of 1906-07 number I I'
term. I found that I had driv I
-/fI'f of boxes of grapefruit estimated number I THE RIGHT KIND OF TALK THE CONVICT-HIS FAMILY-LAW j
en out of the business one set of men ____ I I Bros.
of boxes of oranges during 19) I -
and another had come in, and, so far I i !
US, estimated number of boxes of ,| The Index fought tor a cotton warehouse It is urged That the convicts must ]
I judge from my experience,
as can I grapefruit during 19().-OS. I steadily each year for fiveI not be kept idle that they must earn: I Southern Works
the Copper
the last set of men engaged in I I I !I
business was worse than the first. In I We have had printed blank forms I years and it came, thanks to the en their living that the people should
that will go to every post office in the not be taxed to feed and clothe an
addition to that, I found that when I terprising farmers of Columbia coon
enforcedit state of Florida, where oranges are i army of criminals, and so forth, and ]Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
the law was very stringently ty. The success of the venture and I
grown. I so forth.
created a demand for clubhouses, forms will be sent out and the benefit it has been to those The I II
These great Let us see how this works. and General Metal Workers.Old .
i and I found that young men were establishing I
club rooms here in this returned to one man in each county, mostly interested persuades us to I'I state arrests a young fellow who I let I II

and when he gets his county by post in drunken quarrel has stabbed
the next best thing the erection us say, a i
only did they become I. urge as I
and not
city will Stills taken in for
they exchange new ones. Patching
office all in and complete I of mill.! We can do this, a companion. lIe is hurried away !
carriedon. a yarn
places: where drinking was then send them to us for publication.We hundred will grow a: to prison. He is brought into court, through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or f
but by supplying larger quantities .1 if one persons wire will receive attention either of the "
shall publish the counties as completed five tried and convicted. He is sent to ;, prompt at
would have I bale of cotton extra for years. .. .
than they generally of boxesat i i'ten following worksFAYETTEYILLE .
oferatifvinz giving total number This will give each one who does this ; prison for five years: or for maybe for [
means I
in their possession, as a and then, when all while !
life. All the
each postoffice. for ;
stock or
least) years
dollars (at
for drink, .. five hundred
;h-. .. :? their iso appetite to gambling are in will publish u the total: for stat I in the company. It will mean that a young wife and a half dozen little f N. C. SAVANNAH, GA

were : getting by county. We hope to get returns allin l have putt | children are left without their natur- ,:
and other \Ices. I found that while II you will in the aggregate J JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBilE ALA
bOctober 1. that 1 al protector and support. They hud-
by $50.000. But we do not mean
driving th s liquor out of orI eacl: ,
was who get
'' The gentlemen amount shall lie idle during all : die in a corner of the court room .
"' shops, where it had been sold, j jM themselves I this I .
Lnary growers Thelisten Y.-
mostly -- ---
county are this time. If contracts can be made They hear the lawyers' yawp

was driving it into the houses and the I| prominent members of th. along this line $lti+lOOu can be seem'ed to the verdict. The case is clo-

kitchens, where the children of Florida State Horticultural Society'I and a mill will be an : ed. The young father is bundled offI
amity who up to that time never,, be much intereste(j i i Ocala House Wine Roons.
will chains. The
who direction in your
and men f'': assured fact. It will pay a dividend I in one
to see iti; )
saw it. were accustomed man-i themselves to know the output o i i of not less than 25 per cent. from the | family is turned off in another dire.'-
dealt out in that surreptitious : counties towns and tn their own the i tion in tears.
of tb | day: it begins to turn out yarn. '
st ner The rigid enforcement state. e'' Read this from last week's Cotton i time the earnings of the one to itself. TRY OUR

lau Introduced the system of pocket- The estimates as compiled. \i> leaving the other to starve. The
never' Journal:
; ,
pf'dJUng-somethin which W'f' interest every orange growe r dies of despair. The boys
think, mother
Thread Very High I
had in the city before." I. in Florida to say nothing of buyer!!.sj:,, Within the past sixty days the. !j I II grow up thieves. The girls grow up OLD flLLEGHANY
box manufacturer vindicated.. The
1 commission men has advanced 20 i I j harlotsTl.e law
i : price of spool cotton
-Wet and Dry"-The Dry Sentiment fertilizer concerns, etc_ replenished. 'Is! 1
The I and dealers, must nowpay criminal classes are
and the consumer ]
SpreadingSpecial I!I -San Mateo Item. j i per six cents per spool instead of five. : it not damnable Does not the socie-,I II PURE 1J J
I <'"r Ocala Dinner: such monstrosities RYE.Put
which tolerates
-- .cents as formerly. One pound ol I ty .
KleclU.. Sept. -Saturday Mrflack |I ()pen Saloons Not the Cause of Crime j long staple cotton will furnish enougt i II[ deserve al the evils it entails upon t

Morrison came around with ;a "I have taken the census returns +of j I II material for eight dozen spools ol t : itself The state has no right to take

asking the county coiumis- United States the !! I man's labor from his wife and
petition He ]120 I cities of the I thread which at present selling priCE; that 4 full Ots
stoners for a wet and dry election. I r number[ of saloons to the population: I of thread. 72 cents per dozen, cost:i'I' children and give them no equivalent. up 4

k ,'had quite a list of names and we (of each the number of arrests for the consumer $5.76 per pound for th<> j It should punish the guilty not thee'
.../were pl.a l-'t"\1' to hear him say that he : \drunkenness and crime, and I am prepared manufactured product, when th< i innocent. Every dollar that is diverted in Fancy Cartoons
the majority of it* voters arrests made i in : this from the natural needs
"u sure : to say that the pound of raw cotton has been at 2'') i in way
of this precinct not only wanted the these cities have no relation to the to 30 cents per pound. j' of the helpless to the uses of the pu'' Delivered at your

election but will vote for prohibition I ']number of saloons in them. i I The value of a 500 pound bale oI f'lic.I is base blood money that should
papers that the great cities for instance i and does carry with it the curse of,
I see from our "I took eleven cotton manufactured into spooI 11 Office
U sweeping ov'elOUF saloons, and i'I Wauchula Telegram.i I Express
wave licensed i God. -
temperance I'which had no .thread, is selling at the present tim country, anti ** are glad to note total population of 600.115.1!I The fanr I -
having a : at $2SSO to the consumers. i
tne .good old Banner U bravely show i, As against these I set off fire cities ;, ers who grow this grade of cottoi a[ I North Pole Failures For 83.20

Inc its color in this battle against i laving a total of 751.9S4 inhabitants. ,!have been getting from $100 to $15 0 Walter Wellman is on his way ,

the greatest curse the world ever ij j I and with an average of 53: saloons toI I; per bale. It may not be generall y i home and the North Pole is still un-!;i,

Imt'w. each 10,000 of population. j j"In J'! but the wooden spools o n
I known disco'erl"dAfter a couple of yearss' ; J.oo write fat
wavetoload licensed t Regular $ a Quart Whiskey
1.081 may the Banner the first group having no which the thread is wound cost th e ;
in this fig* for our homes, for :,I I saloons and 151.MO fewer people manufacturer more money than doe, : in preparing airships in which t to complete Price list. f

of 202 arrests for make this hazardous flight this explor-
right. ,
tat. and the I found an average the raw cotton out of which th e

Dr P..coy Lis" of Grahamville and I' drunk and disorderly conduct in each thread is made. This is due to th ie er with gifted literary talents, dev -

waVMlNettle, were in Clecl as against 11: i in know ho- > that the thing can't be done a'
bit 10,000) of population fact that the lumbermen cides Rooms.
House Wine
visiting at j I
,' & S.m/lu* and Sunday. the 10.000$ in the group of cities having to sell the product of their labor pro fI, least just now.

!J a \ :Mr .I t' Pi llan*'. licensed saloons. In each 10,000 itabl}'. while the cotton growers d lo Peary who is a regularly paid offile -

rJ I alter: Urttie }McCarley.. our popular ( population in the unlicensed group not. The one makes a big profit U : cer in the United States navy has

Moss Buff! teacher also visited at I j I there were 91.S2 more arrests for other barely makes both ends mee t.. also decided to postpone his contemr OCALA. FLORIDA.THE F
the Pillai.-! at the same time, which drunkenness and 4.23 more arrestsfor The spool tnread trust declares eno :j plated dash for the North for another
I. ___ __ ._ __JI
witty F. _ ""IF
j where liquor will not "
found American flag -- --
of pretty I the
wad a quartet : crime than mous dividends each year while tl:* winter. So I

('oUt'Ktirl.-, aDd I must say. besides was licensed in so many places. : growers of the raw staple are alwaj''s be planted directly under the Polar I

the many loud things found in the ;i I "I have taken official figures only.; talking about hard times. The sol u- : Star for some time to come. : -

curriculum of our state school forUdie. .: and present results that cost me most: tion of the whole problem is learn ig While there remains an undiscovet sx

'UUIyC .. it certainly teaches |jof I my surplus time through a period how to sell what you have to mark* : ered land or sea men wjlj try to find

them. afro the rare charm of how totalk : of two months. I have: only to say ofI at a good profit. That is the secret
Saturday I!; them that they prove beyond challenge success in all lines of business. I has for centuries driven navigators tory Marioi) )

MU- Emily Halford left that there is no traceable connection Hon. John D. Callaway has evei I the unknown regions but in no re- fr

J. For, McCoy to begin her schOOl. ,:' between the number of saloons ; assurance that a company will 1 Sej i corded instances hate two such thoru : -

)11"" Dixie rt1laDi: began teaching i In the cities and the crime re. formed to generate electricity at S oughly well advertised enterprises; HEADQUARTERS -

the l-ake Bryant school Monday. I: cords of those Places.-Rev. Henry r wannee S oals. It this is done wi th | ended with such poor results as those

): lire Bl-hop'. PUPil are muchltb I i C. Kinney, rector of Holy Trinity. i the power transmitted to Lake Cit:y, : of Peary and Wellman this summer. 'i: American Wire Fencing,
.x their teacher. in Chicago TribunEvery I I Philadelphia Press. t
Church Chicago, we can run much cheaper than c;in
wTrKr,< to learn that Clarence II I I 1 the yarn mills at Quitman, Ga., whit i !! Sash, Doors and Blinds r

White i. again down with fever. )Irs. ,I II i I!\ Florida town needs a mayoi l' is not strictly in the Sea Island beTVhat It. } Ocala's Public Buildingill I
mount is UttlM ,- I Paints. Oils and Varnishes n"
White daughter lnJ. for''! who will do something. In many corn- say our farmer friends Sh; I Congressman Sparkman writes that ti I ,
let mother and helping ,| munities the officials have but littlE] we have a yarn mill Will not t:be i the government building for Ocala L I Mill and Mining Supplies,

tiu' .ick ; that little will do mud 1 Farmers' Union and Cotton Assoc.iswill be started some time early in
but I
some over, 1r
X fw .A. '. ag\' in clearing novel UP stghtau when wielded by an energetic mar 1 ticn appoint committees to take tl:iis !t December. The plans have already !. Turpentine Snpplies,

,uwbr,/, ('awt" &l'rlMia a opinion behind him. H all :with public
old jita,;mgorpion.. carrying little stophknta '1need not take too much on himself t. i Uty? Who will be the first mana to !lagers and Mr. Sparkman has written: Improved Farming Toafejo! ;

bt"r nUh\'?u* brood With of the excep- like Teddy, but he can keep his owi[ agee to raise his bale?-Lake Cir ity | the supervising achitect urging al]

vn her back. clean that his neighbo Incex. j possible speed in this matter and th
comllttelyroHr..i | doorstep so GET OUR PRICESMarion
km uf UT tail she was I will be influenced to sweep and tall k'I I building may possibly be began at a::: I

ith them. I of cleanliness. Jacksonville ]* I,i Repair Work and Saw /FilingI even earlier date.ar I
MU o for the cause
Mr J. c. Piltta. and daughter TimesUnion.The I am now prepared to repair h -

Anrica. vUite4 Ocala and Martel orTuesday' ne; and file saws on short noti ce. Secretary Taft really makes abou ;
wanted to see i ; Hardware CompanyJ
Mr. Wltena shadow of death Is hangin g Aptly to J. T. Simmons at Smoa It's the best looking Teddy Bear we hUE<

4 his little ir.ad.oa at }cartel.r : former president Cleveland. | wagon shop. 9-S-ltn )'et seen. Jacksonville Floridian.
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ONDIT1QNMq of the Florida Ea.-- ,
I The building
.. oI Keatifl
r A good many newspapers, and, Coast Railway, with its southern tr- Hs

W orange to say, some Southern news- ; minus at Key West was the brilliant Thos.
"I advisabil-j i .
the Th
D i Jl ai>"Ts.! are discussing conception of a daring genius.
tN V. .fy of nominating Mr. Roosevelt for a I| with
CURE ,," f zSA11 :|i idea was at first looked upon .
ur. W third: term.K'vinwing.
.. ::.SICK'. n tr rt (OW Uti" I n'r. his history since he hash I I absolute incredulity by the vast majority -

.., ... is of tbn !I of people, but the: rareful ;;'.r- CompanySuc.
this :
f ... i -n in once, paper : &
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I' -,.' .-. '.J#. r'A.'''.OD.. '..-' ..".'.....,...'Ot8.'{f..anL''IH' ..(/tYK.I opinion that he ought never to have. yvand estimates uf engineers: riabli ?-

'. ." IS IIOT- -' '. ... .. ...,.;. !b''*-n nominated for a first nor a second ;;aed the fact that it \va- fea5'r'r:

........!...."' -1 "....([.-TVI. ;.J'r e, term. of and confirmed the wi dual oi its pr'>- to Strauss & Co.

ACKERH H & STEWA T.F u gM: .,i that He high has lowered office and the is officious standard and !jjectors. 1: i is true that the urveyor: =

meddlesome. declared that most formidable: obstacles -

--On- --October 29. 1S04, Judge Alton 1 B. I would be enrount-r...d: th? { I

WHAT OF THE COMING TOURIST I Parker[ the democratic nominee for I treacherous sea woul-i have to '; -- DEALERS

SEASON ? other things madehe WHOLESALE LIQUOR
J resident, among held in check :;y con.:ret' cr-aticns ;: }
'lt4t : following statement in a public .
strength and ;.f)porti:An-:
\\ : ".1 trit- coming tourist season2e I iddress: gigantic
before, and I deemit millions would nave to be sp."n:
-good or bad? I "As I have said and

No on kno.. I my duty to say it again the trusts in the herculean task. Nevenh le=.-- Florida

furnishing the money with, which i: wa* Ocala
I ire ani: :moit-y:
,, at- pari'nc'skill
The Morning N'>:w would not t time, ,
election. I
control the
11 they hope to would wi.: :nhr long rand :-
th- question. j I asserted
tempt to answer I un aorry to be obliged to say itt If '

It will depend all upon what the ;i i were not true I would not say.it to un. of the grcaree: etgineenc.: ; i CASE WHISKEY. !

oo>oUttk e are when the season ar-j.i.gain the presidency or any earthly re feats of the world would oe ac.-::- RYE WHISKEY. : SPECIAL fOUR Pr Qt j Bott; '
pUshed. ;i\
rltea I''ward. 9 Henry MFlagler. . . .. ,I .:5
enough f>.r "
I This was: "' .
Recent history has laid bare the : . . 1.7j Isle ,
.. QUART OFFERh'in ..
after the r.'e . .. iI
looking roadr- : u. .
who are t'e "' ';
7n mew utterance made by The :building: =: . . g 01 Kentucky

toorlit business say the season will ,fact Judge that Parker every was absolutely and tre- came his pet scheme Li, one topr ;;-y" ."<.k."e. . ,'. . .2.5.E 3.1)01 FOR- $2.90 'I .nde Joe .Reserve. ... .,. .. ... iStrauss I H",.,
Royal .
fee the beat Florida !baa ever known. I raenduonsly true. the pinn.aclta.d re-.g; pi;aee :f t.? :-vg Cabin Pride . .. Maryland Rye ... .. .. t ,
41Ltn ".. At: : to5& .. } v:oi"CO's . 3.5,} send express I Old . . I I, '
Otfeera who take a view of the present -[ against whom Mloosevelt's high aoarin: :)!+ . \\ e will Old Iarveat Com '
Mr. Harriman Le oIt-;. :Jam . . . 3.5. ; fnll quarts of .. .. .. 1.' +
: cry : prepaId" "
financial situation say that very :i "big stick" ia now being in his ciir.is eye. . . . ".00 I I . .. .. .. 1P .::Jt
few tourists will come to Florida. j jJloosfveltism used was summoned to Washington West. with 1:5: splen v.t; harbor a,.. : _"!, 'I111'7ge.. . . . . 5.00 STRAUSS I X I. White Cascade oa. .. ... \.".
of the I within a :t'- aoars'ravd; : of tic :>- ; ::au.ss' 711. . . . 5.}O' --- \ Fern 11111. . . .. ... .. 1. "
the oppression i by the president and bad a heart-to- 1---- ._. 'i6 . . .. .. 1 ,"
acl .
railroads and the general animositytoward !i heart talk with him and upon the urgent land ci C't, cone :y stone: CORN . . . ..1. FOR $3' .0 I Old St..uss.Oscar Pepper (DOt Ia lid)? t,,"
: the -inliz: : of F.- ",::nsee;; Corn . 1:5' : .. . .. 1'taita
and the proecution of corpora-j solicitation of Mr. Roosevelt was I iron bantis w.-.z ..',<:0 carolina CorD .. \\"e will send express Planters' . . .". ')
"'; : '.0. .
: x" . I White
iTrj. of and
lions has given money a severe frightThe j' requested to raise a fund to cam ida an-i sro'STi iz.ra aid i\.i an:! : ;zse : -. ,L'U1l"' Corn COrD .". . .'. . _,,.al 0 prepaid 4 tull quarts Black IL .mo. .. u. .. .. .. 1:0

eJIect is just as if the fires were New York state republican. I ltra$c ;r-er :ir. cocar. L1 Harvest Corn.: . . .3.00 STRAUSS ROYAL I
withdrawn from underneath the hollers -! Mr. Harriman succeeded in raisin66ONi ; I!: cf ri.>*? ..4:1" -5 tz--'asi, cor.Tart GIN GIN,

i ; _..,. :- -___- "t--__. '-- of ---- .. . .$1. 1) RESERVE I Per .to Botthiin
of a steamboat The Bternwheel ll j $' within a few days from L! ._ '-=' :"i" Gin . . ,- I
The boat keeps '.: 1i-: Sa:"'.' Otc. :i<:Q. !:lay.wowijuturs -. .., _. _' -- ., . 1.'O'Oil' Dock Gin . . .fn..and .", "U
ceases: to revolve. trust friends, and turned this sum : ,... '" . . . . .? .::::0 London . . IPrttction il'l
I .1--. __ ...._.'_ _-i ::.._: _-.::er ..;:-ppl.,nun"n' Gin. 2.50' FOR S 3.oJ om Gin . . .
afloat but makes no progress. money over to Mr. Conelyou. chairman _':' vn .Gi:! . . 1 i Gin . . . 1.-' tSte
; 4i :: !u3 .1=!*" :n .. . . . 3.00 I Holland 'I 0N.
However, the indications are that of the republican caajpaien: re- _-r .L" Gi will send t full qts. Fbosphate Gin . . ..
; 'fJaJ when z3r I . . ,1 I
... .f the RUM Gin .
tbe panic will .-.., '..,; ,:r.i :y -he:: !t.i'i _England Rum ., . .$...0 MALT WHISKEY. I
as it came. It would be impossible to purpose of carrying Sew Tori r c-.:- :: ;:; : .T,.. Rum . . . 3.00 i I
:3" wi' t ;:Ynria. :J..1a HARVEST CORN BottleBRANDY. '
: Per QL
adjust a panic of Ion; duration to the'I Mean in obedience: TO tie K tL-aL.-: .l1.Q.t:r :;cc ia' I I
'! \ !..-: :t. :::10:: ;A:-= ::. ;" '- -. I The best good to be t -'s Pure Malt u. . .Sl'" J
believe .u
high prices now prevailing. We wishes. :Il : :}t Brandy .. . .11.' i IDu } .
Pa.bzWry: ; . .. . .. \ "
I :- ':;, :[ "'- 3.00 I Bowman'sscn
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that Roosevelt has bad his les- The naaee of the oeirt tI'i?ru 11l :1i:1&r: .". tie Brand bad for the money ;
: . 3..0' SWEET
i -N _::) :-= ':' .1. ? Brandy" .U .u
have Z't tr: :'l1 C"ll-" < 301' I Per Gal .
ton. this fund .
.. Cognac 'U .
:a.iornia: 56.00
He and all of his po'dcal manipulators -' there is nc doci-t 'i.: tit F- 2 w::::n'a: : -.. s t: .! WINE: FOR I Peach and Honey "a" grade .. ..ll0awa5a
.' vras;; : send ; and Honey "aa" Bredare
now realize that the Roosevelt had fall kamrk' = & 3te k'T: i.i: t ,t vx : .0' nine q. . .$.. o We will express Peach and "a" grade . 1.5d'
.' s a'Tj'T!. ': ? :; . 1.5') prepaid 4full: quarts of | Rock Rye f"Wine
policy touches the pocketbook of the.''yet oa Xc-vtatesr b Jt:. -- 1J'.i-'c. \ : 1.30 1 Rock and Rye: "aa" grade . 2

individual. As they ssbeinde, confidence -' n r :y ::. -1 r cl L :- man-- -ll. u.3U1 .,;-- i Vtt2fca .._: .p\.p"J. . STOAUSC J! F AMQ US I,Orange randy .::. '::. '::. : : : : : 3s.eI <:'

will be renewed and capital 1tIdg* Pirisr. t.r=:;: :m !: ..:1'" :'SPI1';'''! 'r:',': :-..:. :,;.::" .,.,_; F'rt Rine t l o I' 76" RYE Banana Brandy BrandY . . 3 '"
... : . :: : *:'''0Ocala Apricot
timid. Depreciated ''x e:-:...""" .t ,. .* : "u. ; :: ." ; _" '" :
will become less
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stocks will rise in value and the sin -Cera.Ltr. :: ESIo- !lf ::n- -
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will shine again.Therefore ) CaruirM.:: gut n:art :" > ::: .

if the coming, season I* ee rtmf 1mf mica }'oJ' : ::;. .11 -.U: \ r't.- & Co.
.: v-n 1.-,:': : lT'i -: H. Keating }
a poor one it will not be because d 'Sly :lor r'frnr s a. nt i* : -
1 :- ::
fnaneial depression. 1IIIiP rr "' : ""Lm.:1Ud: !: ; '

We look for a good seams Ii'I' tr aur licP: ::" -.
:1.1L,1;' 1__ :a..' : '-.-
For- Florida t tNVVA
When the frost is oe &e pe w .r.. il} 'II "Tig. ii 3B.et t:12f ,]: "a.'jaisr ' ...
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And the foAier-i IsTie : 3=-: se.:.cL '] .t :ru. ?'lIi.r : ; : ; >
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)sat -1ua- iImm: :.:I'IiJ.--!! '-- -z.:'; :-: ll1t -t- r T+- aaatxrrsr. t 1J!L' r- .Go.=.L1li.tt -_ : :.:.- :"::'\
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Coin? teeth sad *afl it !!" :: ?aa I.l... +:*='? u' isar fl'9'- ": -tuI: : -.: ;:: .= :.I.'-.: : :. :..:nF: -'x Wales for Governor '

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Until I strike : :t ir r.d i-c>:?? : .1..1. HARDARE'KNIGHTMARTJN
1Iiami'1 ., := ;::-.:':'_:'.'_ -.1) '''' 'hfjJ"I'j..-
&a retry,. !E tr rl footcs' rrrWe ':"' ':
; ;)W'i za.: =..:r :t.7 2:1':1. : -: -.-..:-: : 1..ti1 .... .. ::<: :: iIoJa =:.-r: :.: -==- .n-.:; ;,r4r rampai.4rz

,, A Sank fr Worsen .:,) 3rPt t fewa -: ..:: -=- :a : !o ""l.... : :> : ,...;.: :. :':11' ....: -.a- -:e tv>an .Who isand prot1onipicuons !'"

," .;hots lE4ef ._ a ir.iI'! r L.. J6': :""I!. ;"- ::...-r.: : ::-. o; : -:2 :: ::r:'.:;:" ;' efff-ctiv<-

i feature of the night ami <. =- :.:.-: ;.:::::.;. ... If
A novel ;
I.zicaze ..:1 Fl'jnna: : ;; o !!lo :& 'he: !log
'. :, ,' :: 1. ::.,.1r !:.cDIt -
resta: f ct :: :: :::-: :<: :
of New York is the organisation -
i. day A fac .2.front ':. :. j:5 _, ::.: :... : ?!S jfli 1 EC'iaTfr for IJ'"mr'h/, :i-

; of a separate and distinct bank in all -ii=c'.:.MciLi cf! ti-- i"rrrtdeficit ::": "" .g :::,.-=- .T ,, -.: jf. ::t-9 F-an; L .!day' ',f 'h'. P"r1'iaCJI:1{ I

exclusively: for women. It is not to i from 'Jie 'jperi :':fa ci :fce : Wi: >s::.t:: i zWT ; ::I :,. : :-.'_:- ... .f 'xursrHe: nann mall!'' CO

j be merely a separate room for the reception -., polio oe department is ecjbEJt-i: 3. .. .: OC J &:'*: ::* f::-:r'rTFJV .. ,
:!Jt".f: !) :" >] lon r more o'(1r'3'7
i I .of women depositors, but entirely in a letter ot Isador Stan ptbtiEIeii &.iT'l!:.- -- cr-rti-i* Wao locssAto : -. At the T.V.. Smith V ( '0. Old Staivl.! )
1 li t!;a: .a 3." xlnt'n it got 'Jr ?*-nt
I a different institution. although in the New York Times. He writes. !ocarc a erea; r-::zr-: : f\,! tae Iiaad *- .
a L= a etar* .-;I'If'Juin any n's.r matt OCALA, FLORIDA
t under the same directorship as the :; Has the postoSee department really City as tseraiiraa,: *. ,.r.o:: fcr. 1
F:'.,r.1 4. an-: nor'rtver Frank has
I night and day bank. It was the idea a deficit Nominally, it !ia but if all this eeaairy ctbc Bouxh* A:: wivbave II Come and when in need of
t : 4th'i: ';a.a'lea: nar'.oury I', see us anything in
i of a woman employed by the bank. ;the departments of the government so manwei fo-icde: : xpi.4'- .
ake a rrt'ia: r ezeciitt.. Hut W'- the of jl
.. She reported that the majority of wo- :[: who use the mails free of charge, and lions bees disappointed* way
'::r.r1'1 think :e want rite Job, am'ylbt
I tneu depositors were annoyed by the'', the members of congress who have *i There will. inst. !be gr a: an : .c.- S
: if *-r'h'- could K-t into the
t J delay, and that they objected to franking privileges, were compelled; mediate money loss to those wto have Farming Implements ,
a'moat .
i prrf.ac'd"claHH. At anv
t standing in line with men. The same to pay postage, would not the postof- ;; invested in Key West property on account ,
I I' .rate: hi i1i o-jir cwcovry a4 a candl-
was true when it came to taking but : flee department become self-support-j of an anticipated increase in Wile
I (:ate for gov-nior and If h'- ,-v sr gar* Fencing
their money. They acted on inspiration i| ing? I I values: for BOW tlia; it has been finally ,
: I II 1 1I there we want aim to mcmher that :
I and were afraid of a change in .I Is there any reason why the treas- '!! determined to discontinue the! Stoves
\ 's-e are: "tfa f ;original M; r*-* man. It Pumps
their minds: if anything delayed them. ury department, the state department. !I I construction of the railway there will j I I
be for .
]might good a commission anaotary :
The women's bank is to be furnished and all the other branches of the government -i certainly be a rapid and most serious i Guns Ammunition
public, and to nay that oursoul >
elaborately, the floors: softened which use the mails free of ,I decline. But this immediate loss to I II ,
: yearns for the honors and emoluments

with rugs and the walls draped with charge, should not ask for addition property owners will be as nothing .11 Sash
I' Doors
I \ of that great trust is tnerHy i ito ,
tapestries, but strange to say, the appropriation to cover this item? Iin comparison with the tremendous : ,
say we are human.-Live Oak
teller is not to be a woman. It requires Why should one department of the i iset back the city of Key West will ,
I Democrat. Blinds Paint !
a man to properly impress the I government stand the expenses that i suffer through tbe failure to secure S etc. .

s women customers. There is to be a are rightfully chargeable to another I what it most needs for its develop-
Alluring Figures
dressing room in the safety vault,' It is about time that the postoffice I ment-railroad connection with the In fact, everything usually carried
in first-
where women may get their Jewels department which I believe is in reality markets of the country. Nor will the Take a bale of 400 pounds of Sa a

b tore going out at night. The bank self-supporting should not be state of Florida fail to pay the penalty Island cotton; sell it for 35 cents pt-r: class Hardware Store. 1

: will be open until 7 o'clock in the stopped from increasing its facilitiesto for federal obstruction of this great! pound, and it brings you $HO. That

i,t evening. the public because it falsely showsa work and for the most unwise and I easy f figuring., Take tbe same bal! j -__- -.1 ..ES- ii.-4:
1 I
and convert it into yarn and it will ,
deficit arising out of being loaded needless antagonism shown in certain '

i tr(tee; Cured by a Typewriter I with expenses which should be borne quarters within the state as the out- bring you $60. Now between these I|I {

I Constant companionship with a' by the other branches of the govern I come of the demagogical ravings of two items of fiures, there's a fine !
t typewriting machine has a soothing \ment. j selfish politicians. For the failure of I I chance for somebody to make money :' Knight = Martin Co.

Why can't the man who it take
and elevating effect: on a man. AO I the East Coast road to reach its intended ; grows ;
: I Humor I. will be serious stock in a mill and get some of this
hard drinker for instance, can use a L'Engle's Side-Splitting terminus a I i

ti typewriter. His nerves must be in I FREE-On request the Crimes.On.I, blow to the \\"elfarof: the entire com easy stuff? The other fellow is getting l f'
good order or he will strike tto' wrong ion will send the thrilling song "My I monwealth.-Tampa Tribune. it now, and you are just sitting J

I letters and mangle up his copy. There j jto Own, My Cuckoo Press." Words by down and pushing it on him. But i .

r a case of this kind which led to H. M. Flagler, music by Gene Mathews With the idea of purchasing an.] the farmer man is always liberal. i

R! the reformation" of a man. lIe was Frank Harris "Monkey" Russell preserving .as a national park the Lake City Index. I

typewriter and stenographer for a law and others. i birthplace of Jefferson Davis, in Fairchild :++-+..............................................

it Inn on broad" street. He was a good Todd county Kentucky a movement A Matter of AdvertisingThe
U-round man. but he would go on a I "Hon." Frank: Harris the nesteggof was set on foot at the annual reunion Jacksonville Floridian ;inquires

t I spree occasionally. This the head of the Florida press, has just received of the Orphan Brigade, hell j : I Adding New Accounts!

I the firm did not like, so he thought a beautiful lithograph of Uncle yesterday at Glasgow. A resolution "We are In no knocking moot! whtiwe \

I h* would teach him a lesson. The Henry Flagler. riding into Key Weston calling for the formation of the Jefferson ask it .but wo would really lik :

stenographer was a methodical man the cowcatcher of a locomotive. I Davis Kentucky Home Association to know Just what and bow Mi, We J

and he went on the "skate" at stated Needless to say it will ,be framed innear I was offered by General Simon laude i/l'ngik pays the Ocala IUnner : : t are constantly adding new accounts -

period in the year. When he returned gold and aeeupy the position of Boliver BuekntT and was unanimously and a haw tir! t papers for U.< and
I I our business is
on one occasion, his employer tad honor in the lUbner office. I adopted. A committw was appointed tefl'at011111'", of mlvrtihiiHit, they cg III increasing at j

the machine all fixed for him. He i to inspect the property secure lute to give him." i

I had bad the letters (changed so that God bless the nest-egg of the Florida an option and take the necessary I Probably the IHHHTB In (.\I,' tlilll I ,i very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also

when h* struck "h" for instance it press-lion. Frank Harris. He I steps toward the formation of the organization f H
would print **x." and so on. The stenographer has just prw...atw i Mr. Flakier with- a I and raising the money.' A < U"KUhtblnK honor uf Mr htdnett'.: us. \ ,

came back feeling! rather: scrapbook W> ni in golden calf, andcontaining i:I meeting will be held in LoutavUlc oiulnvtit ulliuillnu TfttiiptTll NAW }

shaky, anyhow, and when he wrote off I I the Wang peans of praise the next few days to formulate plan>> ) Oculft llAllllor III Its ..(fit, 'I; iI In ; : ,

his flrt letter the result was appall- I the Ocala *H** J- fez printed of the of procedure. Though ,but few members print u c','j\4h.ttttt iinwnimtipr '" !..4 i"in I

Inc. He Began to tremble. The boss great developer.Te once heard that of the famous brigade survive, an8nr t ,il It. pfflRll0, anti, \ Yae'I, COMMERCIAL BANK{ ;1

kindly sent him to the Adirondack: to dear t'ncle Henry say that he knew the reunion was a ur.-at! .' "CMH.Capt tAli"+' : "r .ill \ilfl' BIlhfHilllilMfl, tl'l'
brae up. The cure was complete. that Frank was living. This is a John II. Wei-r ..i I I i..u\ \ 111r> ftl!>'" "f i L, ,.. I he it! toad "hit! nth ,

: lie never touched liquor again as great honor, but it is deserved, and 1 I was chosen president.-CourierJournal B"V of 1'tgerl'' Flh.1 Whgi tic "''f1or OCALA. I Ir Il(1.( ;
be lived,-New York Times. we envy him not.-Tallahassee San. I 1 \ ",tilt! .
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rIO Another State Attorney Testifies in LIQUOR MUST BE DRIVEN OUT I :or prohibition in Georgia. And that
? and.1 re4.ir eep. tlu.Ilh Favor of ProhibitionLive OF THE ENTIRE SOUTHERN I night on which our victory was ,declared PHONE N 0.132I

,rt per enlti STATES as I stood in front of the Grady -
r I' 7 > I asrt l'.en ht ( so monument in Atlanta before 111.-< -

1; t tntUf nor 4it a> Marion County Anti-Saloon League. (Address by Hon. Seaborn Wright in wO people, I declared! then that th"
t ilea Gel
p- lrt (kala, Fla.: : Pensacola.) entering wedge had just been driven I PURE FOOD EiJ I

i JentIonian; am in receipt of yours and that the prohibition wave would
The following extracts are culled

I' th* LHJth inst. We have but one from the address of Hon. Seaborn continue to sweep over the South. STALLS; i 1(3 CITY MARKET

And it has. Some of the liquor men
'WI (- 'lInl,1" in ray circuit and in tba:
i I i t.tl, h tt rrofe- Wright of Georgia, delivered in Pen- : think that the law is going to be evaded BEST FLORIDA AND WESTERN
hr. are as many, if not more, blind;
1- au lot ar ft'JJt -acola Tuesday evening.. What is in Georgia by the club license
t..a arra.t
I ; .r aa in the dry counties. A few true of the conditions in Pensacolais clause. If you think *so, just come Beef \ Lamb Veal.
Park Mutton oijcl
t,t. M.wrote raRY Mich.4 COM ar'' ago whiskey was sold by licensl also true of Ocala and every other over and try it, and the courts will I ),

,II l d alers in every county of this cirint. lave you cracking rocks for a change
place where the open barroom is permitted
The false report of the club license
t-xct-pt one and at that time then ARMOUR'S
: phase was started
falsely by the li-
n"- e lt-nith of the terms of thircuit
"The people of the country everywhere qour dealers of the state, and I am
WET OR DRY. WHICH'it I court was nearly twice as Ion "Star" Hams and Breakfast Bacon Vienna
today are trying to make me'y confident no liquor will be sold in saloons ,
they at not withstanding
a a are present
Wealth-gathering is the all-ab or clubs or anywhere else after
1 > vet> ttloateNtoM$$ .U..OO. the great increase of population Sausages Pigs' Feet &c.
sorbing topic everywhere And yet ii the first of January. ,
Lid will bv bruttcbt tn>ff>r> Inhibition has been a success ir
s not money that makes a man, nor "Many of you anti-prohibition men t=
r ,! of W wt Pita )reach in' Pi 4uwannee county, and our peopU
r wealth a city. Then what constitutes:: think that a prohibition law would
would not consider a return to th DINNER ORDERS OUR SPECIALTY.Let
t. "..I*. Md It !. a qiMMUluUv a: city? We are rapidly coming to tK not be enforced. In regard to that RUSH .
'vll day of barroom times. We han
v <'ttlat* buvM thoruu bl> blessed era where above all tht every law on the statute books is a
allio demonstrated the fact that whis
wealth we will call for men with clean rohibition law, and if shouli!
:; you
a / u and ..... WIN hands and clean hearts. Those qualities :ibolish all prohibition laws you
t tulkM bo fur. IB *....... "vet people claim but does maKtIrunkards.
are what make people great. Wf would have no laws. The Georgia'

...slMm that qtMWliiMU th If I can serve you fur want today more of that great spirit legislature not only adopted a prohibition Pure Food Market(] Hugo Russell, Prop.

>t BMfrilt.. t...m IB lI1a.t ..- ther command me.Very hat manifested, itself in the heart : law against liquor, but als. a
------ -- -- :
', <," it jtfelfaM and soul of every true Southerner in law to prevent druggists selling cocaine "'-
.., "'" n Il&VIIM*. the CO's, and which is sweeping over and other drugs to the public
State Attorney. : I
4 :-ki ?-ir OVA. far In the southland today. Many reason Civilization demands a law of thi' ?

lit .I' .'uowgfc to few -- may be given for this wave of sentiment nature in all communities."I Sold by KNIGHT & LANG Ocala Fla
Il J .411'' r... ...... but behind it all is the great never abuse a man for his assertions ,

> "i M.a1 i MM weak TOWNS value which we put upon the safetyof ) but I always want him to be You see these words on nearly every wagon that drives by your

; F "< a ben to !* qVUK our wives and children over al'else. jpen for conviction. And now I come door and the same could be said of Carriages, Buggies and Harness.
Prohibition Mere and More Prohibit
> ibfti rights off ,, to: the most important phase of the There must be a reason for this-and there is-a good one: When we

!.' prtttNHtltUM b* ing-Important Ruling "Things have now gotten to tht liquor question and one which interests began doing business with the people of this vicinity we decided to
is interested in decision
F )i tut* rat law* Florida a point where liquor must be driven out the South to a deeper extent than I handle only a line of goods that would need no apology. The result

I in take ran erf 'at the United States supreme court of the entire South. Georgia has sim- any other question of the country. I It is apparent already. We reasoned that we could not afford to handle
which it is held that
g i ,i I iv if Its uSrmeuartatenu in representing aly taken the first step; others will is the race question as applicable to the Shears, Sawbuck & Co.'s, or mall order house quality of goods-
3 breweries and
>. > "IIh$ liquor houses ()flow. The result of the fight i in the liquor problem. The race problemis as we must do business with our neighbors and not with customers a

II MIUMtr liatUltrieu cannot solicit orders in Georgia was inevitable. Georgia sin acknowledged to be the tremendous thousand miles distant. .Our lines have been carefully selected. Our

thMM. a. i i" I in West Palm 'a town where it is prohibited from ')ly had the courage to take advantage overshadowing problem of the

!i .urea to ..,'1'1.1)| | mptun CM being. lOW by the State law. whether af the situation and drive the liquor South today. Now listen. You can WHITE HICKORY FARM AND TURPENTINE
or not tbt'are representing dealer*:
,..'t.. ttttito. a IAn 'raflic from the state. put a negro church and a white ,

,4 tnit Ire its mtitHMf. th- in, other States who may ship under "It is inevitable that Florida will church near each other, and see what WAGONS *

\f .k.! .a .* KHurdiita of thuu.r the interstate commerce laws. rive liquor from the boundaries of you have. They go along harmoniously -

The case at 'issue was that "of Dila state at the next meeting of the are built and sold on honor. We carry a full line of
t.. utua..y rprnt. our enough and nothing but peace

UfJ v tng II) the pro miter vs. the State of South Dakota_ legislature If the prohibitionists of and harmony will reign as long as the
beautiful state of true
litiWl: M{ rlUMffur this yous are two churches are there. Now, let

-0 ': I tftttHUUM"- The general power of the States to to thf'mselves-and they will be-you these two churches be replaced with We have HARNESS for the Florida mule as well as for the $1000

.. "I. :, .u i lUll, t', art lontrol and regulate within their bor- will have the same three-to-one vii two saloons, and see what you have, driver. See us for anything in our lines and we assure you that we will

,I l 4'Uo B, reaper lra the business or dealing in or so, 'ory in your legislature which .we hadin A race riot probably, or. at least, quarreling ) strive to please you and "make good." Yours very truly.

t r" 'Iwlt' "f.ud: llcittn* orders for the purchase of in Georgia a few weeks ago. fighting, murder and other evidences

coxlcating liquors is beyond question Advice to Liquor Men of crime. And yet in the cities KNIGHT & LANG.

.J "file purpose of the Wibon act. 2t( let tell that i ifyou
me ,

\t' Ifhif't'l'' 1'11I'r : "Liquor men you you have your white and colored
;tat. its: as a regulation of internal are spending much money in this barrooms close and --
,' .!'i wt! pi, .i..i.I i together wonder
,'ouuuerce was to allow the States to Just takedown '- -- -- -
don't do it. -
I I.M M i .me (i-arapaign why trouble follows. It is truly ;a

i t ,.I.ys! ..1U't Mtert ample! power as to intoxicating your tents and like the Arabs frightful and dangerous problem ol Q1l'" _NH... N..u. -.e -

c t .1'i im ,- : t iqwor when the subject of such com silently steal away. Or, better yet, the day. (

41 I <,.f i t M train it..I't't' than could have been exerciser stay: here, cast your lot with the re- "What brought prohibition in Geor

,tfore the enacnvMit of that statute --pectable citizens of our city, engagein ia? The of white
If .1':. uf It i'' Uy I tt : a woman ARE YOU GOING
.\ ltir1 enabled the States to extent: and do I
worthy enterprise
; tnru i >-1. ai, ",'*' o! some in the drunken lustful embrace of ne- I
heir authority as to much! liquoi Pensacola what it i
to make
r 'I s. > \ 1t" >'.- thaI your part ;;roes and drunken white men. No '

au.l! I t. -e' prill' shipped from other States before i iecute i- is destined to be-the best city on the sober, industrious negro ever commit SHOPPING

> commingled with the mass of Gulf coast.: Men, I want you to con.e ed: such a crime, and the negroes are .
.a ::1 "; '
,' that uher property in the State by a sale here tomorrow night, when I shall made drunk on white men's liquor .. ..
I ; 'r' I'
for the lowest priced
This fall
avr .* pii. > \ that n the original package. strike: out straight from the shoulder sympathy goes out to the child race.
"Since the enactment of the Wilson of argument? clothes you can find? Or are you
', and and answer some your Do you men think more of a liquor
i HUHmki' 'or tb. sew which expressly provides that in- >vith the force which they deserve. hop and a few paltry dollars which I going too get the very best thing I

IoID+' cKicaiing liquors coming into a Star "When I came to Pensacola yesterday it brings to your treasury than you doof for your money? ". ( y

ft.U U. a+* as though manufactured therein the afternoon it was with feeling 01 I the virtue of the white women of

>wner of the intoxicating liquor in one uncertainty I had heard much of! the South? You'll probably get what you .
'i\ a di*' i '
,I II gee 1 but state cannot under the commerce ?en acola some speaking well of thetown Must be Solved .. look for; and you'll find some i' ..

,-lause of the constitution go himself and others had spoken ill. I was ,
"'n | .?$fM', ot! "This race question is continuallywith ; awfully cheap clothes for sale.
send his agent into another State what decision would be.
>r uncertain my
.I 1 fearing{ ten i us in the South. It is up to us You'll find some mighty good ones t s,
std in defiance of its laws carryon that when I alighted
!but I declare
devise to solve it. To the '
to a means I
r I ':! proposalsM I too; the kind that are better than f1/ f
of soliciting and
busings l1t
:at' :om too train at your I
who here tonight
r "I I t'ity. tbj rJi negro mea are
the purchase of such liquors. looking around saw nothing but barrooms they cost. \
ask how
''tN..wl ban ant to an intelligent negro ;
'I I Although a State may not forbidresident a with loafing vagabonds and ttom r
to can vote for these things that meanhis i .
\\.1 Ja-.)" "lIttrt'I They're HART SCHAFFNER Jj
tbof therein from ordering for his, drunkards hanging around the corners :
downfall and ruin, as well as a
.If.ft i ion
d", "h a84 tut 1I r.'
: sell them
& MARX make and we
own use intoxicating liquor from another I would have left on the next .
of his ?
\', c > i rU-arh and tbfaortb..m bar to the preservation race: y
it forbid the carryingon I not had this engagementto state may train had
c t !I' '.' '-first, but and al! I plead to you as a friend that in the They'll pay you a good profit
it borders of the businessof here tonight. The
speak to you
deal, of friends and the church :
t"1\\111 all a square name your your money. i trY
soliciting orders for such liquor al very idea of you good people thinking
don't; allow black man to vote
w '-41 >.r favor of any man. orjs
if : though such orders may only contemplate for a moment that you can induce
this crusade. Stand with
.1! That this course against up
t:: party|
resulting from fina! I and to come to your
a contract capitalists otnprs "
Ii.a'to; u shown by the ton those who are your friends. In cast:' WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE s

q ..>aiM of the best names I Iit II iivep-ance! in: another State. Yance I city and help build it up when you of a riot who would you go to? The AGENTS FOR THE '

l I.. W. A. Vandercook Co. 170, U. S. have three of the dirtiest saloons to
.... saloons? No to the respectablewhite
0. M our auliwriirttoo li.itN
t :'". dteting.iiohed.! reet the eye the first thing. You are It 1:4"t
of and i nis
paper a nit'e1r n men the community e1 -+a
E <>* : tt# column The law of South Dakota imposing! crazy if you think you can induce capital these same white men who are ,
charged for sale or here under these conditions.
annual license
an to come
for the abolition .
hat wires aal now asking you to vote

t tad| th. H without soliciting orders for intoxicating Hq- of the evil, which is most )liable ,
Jon in quantities of less than five gallons "Gentelmen I would sooner suffer : bI ;
wk adirrtiela4ttt Is to bring about trouble. Die before
.1 is not unconstitutional becauserepugiiant right arm to be cut off than to
',. its i-ohimns; It 11-a5 my you'll vote to keep a thing here whit h \
r to the commerce clause of bring my beloved wife and dear children
Ifanfu': cirrubition of means damnation to your race.
t \ : the Constitution of the United States (I have four boys) to your cityto I
in Rome
the county, and 1 U Record
& 11 "The highest court of South Dakota live under conditions as they exist ,
beautiful Ii;:
', \ :. the support of "Seven years ago my
having held that the act of imposing a today. I would never permit them towalk 6;
rt. I > \ and county. It tie town of Rome, Ga., was infested .
license on traveling salesmen colicit- I down Palafox street through member of .
i hat advertisers with saloons. I became a .
r for intoxicating liquors is. such scenes as occur every day in the
ing orders and assisted in fighting
'I !i ok for btisi"i ] he legislature Copyright 1907 by
-' < columns of I a police regulation and not a taxing i week on that thoroughfare. You talk the demon and succeeded in abolishing Hart SchaiFner CS* Marx

r .>I I.rn tor (clear I let, it is within the purview or, and of your progressive city an-1 the power the seventeen saloons in Ronif-

at not to conflict with the Wilson act. of the saloon to make it so. The and bad a dispensary established i in II

unh.! Crensba 198 l'. looks to the happiness i
Papst Brewing 0 vs. average man
\.-..ii hay gnat reaper their stead. I then had an opportunity teith's ouqueror5h
\ S. IT, followed lo4 ='. \V. Rep. 539 con of his wife and home with infinite conditions careful 9
irMhd ,. in, tfct prbotbi- studying .
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firmed.: greater power than he does to the I\. I found that 90 cent of those es for Mien
t U.' the right per
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: r simple welfare of a city. How the, :\ : .'
t their II'J:! figment in who drank liquor were laboring men.
M Don't be afraid to give Chamber wisdom of man can ever become se

; .r'o. .1M r" far .,'ithe: and concerned wjul.reclanmis but- .f harmful lain's)ren. Cough It drug.contains Remedy It always no opium to cures.your or other chil For: j:I distorted wealth will as come to believe to a town that that men ha olj ,, and they been unable spent spent to for for buy Sallie liquor it. and The ought the money to babI han that I ''I. GUARANTEE I[[ CLOTHIHG[l I I G ND HGE[ COMPANY C ti I

c Q I in i 11than
dirty liquor
m more mean
'1 ,', :!tat of prohibi- sale by all druggists. thought the dispensary was going TO I Ocala Florida
;; any other town of like size in thE I
in Rom "
When found i solve tbe liquor problem
( The Story of a Bottle United States is more than I can see
\1 not be found .but when I had watched it for MSv.trsl : : tA

c -\ It.'ach New I tAt this point Mr. Wright pardoned I decided the time had come t to,; "" -.,_.. ....._... -- .. ..... -_....I>T, Y

u I Two Georgia men traveled fifteen" himself to the ladies of the audienceas drive it out completely I succeeded. .

miles to get a jug of "moonshine. he removed his coat and got dow l ._ ______ n__ _
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STRAYED-Mwui. from my farm j I Arrived at the place where they | to action. His action was greete of - -
north of OtttU: seven hogs it makes me really proud my .
t:: : well known they were told i with long applause of approval.) --- I II
were quite
blank shoats, about j home city when I think of the possibilities 1 i
stxl Mi: \V D. firahamil
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tbat the liquor was there all right. "You all know that Chicago ii! John :M. Graham ,
in one,0 in store for her now that Ii-I j
tu\! >n. :'IK oH. crop 'I there wasn't a jug to be had."Dui' 'I known as the city of crime. Then
halt in thi other SuitablE, quor has been driven out and I praythat ;: il' GRAHAM BROTHERS
car : bottlhere" in that cit r ;
"leading to re thar's a empty quart i. are more liquor shops ] you may have the same spirit in.ol.r'
rc ::2 i uiionnat'un of moonshine. "1 South today an i
said the man than in
0 '31a. 9-":$I 'i .\'. own beautiful city. Clean it l
"* Wii-nn <
.- c-i 1 .>I..t"- |reckon you kin have that." what is the result? Three wards iI'I 11 I ajqu. will have clean men and wo:::1 Marion County Abstract Company.

"'- ;( "No they can't!" said a woman, that city are in such a state of terra:r'ml'n. and sober men and women.

j, R Moorhtad D. S. WoodrOw,. ., coining to the door-"='ot that bottle!'I that no woman or strange man caravel 1 "Ard now, in conclusion, I wan t : % Fire Insurance

Preiident. Secretary, It's not only the last one in the house'i through them with impunity, vou to go home and think of this sub,."

B. J. Potter Gen. Mar. but irs the one Si left here ten yea I There are SfttfO saloons in Chicago''jject carefully. I plead with you t<) on City Property. .
OOCMAH SAKD ASO STONE CCMPANlBmldfT 'f I ago. atter de'd dreened it dry the nigh[ I and the profit of these saloons in on B i take a broad general view of the sit:-lli i Irjvestmerjts)

ofCEMENT afore he left fer Texas and we hain'ibeam t, year amounts to one hundred millie 1uation.. fight hard with your brothersand "

him sence, an dol1trs.t ;; NO. :\MAGNOLIA. OCALA, ;'LORIDA
SIDEWALKS a word from I redeem your fair city from thV' < j __u __ __ n_ _
in 'that bottle is all the token we've go! "Tou probably know that a fe. I' disgrace into which she has fallen.'. t -------- ----- -

Hit's a Tamil]" graft was rampant in Sa]B..
AKE WEIR SAND.Manufacturers to remember him by. years ago 1 ___-
at it I Francisco. No honest man could of : relic an' ever' time I glimpse j g Good for Biliousness
hea for the element t.| 1 and Escambia vote on the ; According to one authority, the
; kin see Si smackin' his lips, an' :r 'i into business there liquor Franklin
CONCRETE BLOCKS, "I took two of Chamberlain's: Stom
PAVING MATERIAL him a-sayin': 'That shore hit th< I' predominated and interests ojposec 'I'i''ach and Liver Tablets last'night, an< i i I saloon question the same day-October I wealth of the United States if converted -

be tin can lyin to them were quickly quelled I feel fifty per cent. better than would reach from
FENCE POSTS Etc: spot! Thar flout a 1. If both go "dry there will into $1 bills,

Estimate* and plans furnNhed aa<,J rO.ln' somer's. but you can't tech eve But the Beginning l.1 of have Allegan for weeks Mich., says"They J. J.are Fireston certain< I' not be a "wet" county in Florida west the earth to the moon and back again

I bottle!"-Fran!, ")tm and women I declare that T "
the stopper in that 11
for biliousness. Fo
contracts takwi.sj tly a fine Jacksonville.Tampa News. thirty times.
p Box 956 Ocala' Florida. I Stanton, !in Atlanta Constitution. never fought for anything as I di d i sale by all druggists. Samples free. : 10f




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Pricet WCftt Up to Decline Again-50( I .
Cent Point Reached '.

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I To Our Patrons
i "t the uiaiki-i .1 "halp il 6. i II'r
\s .1 tft'rglII.. ItwC'lU"II I .IId i 1
"Ii.. t I"" MW th 1 price asain duunj i
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fin.- > \< r>'tbliii! Uk >B at -01I"'U''-
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I Him ,MI. though thai immedla'nu: l 4 ___
.u.IlIt.m of demand the mark.'i : 4
t I at ,nice', .-pareM fur a quick dio|> I F 1 gg aa8EBBEB 4
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l..ii h of (BBdeare In the hum.'di.it-! : 4
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fu'i"-* of the article was m-\-i inot.i i 4

< *rty evidenced than by the (' >IUMoi

tB# market during this \WI'h. Our in the eastern marketspurchasing t
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Wb11e all are l togeful nrverthelrIi1p "- buyer now
fear of furd.r declines se'nn IIIbi -

I lik.* a pall over the market di> : --..
1' IM11ging any who might r"1! nx'lm4 1. .......
.- to roatinued purchases. :\\IlIrall.l. i of f H. -.
'winter supply ;
UM consumers who& watch th<- inai K>"trtsas'ly i L i our groceries.
are governed by the di-siiv. 'in
Irllt lupp1i..11 just u cbeaph as i I'll"'!i iI4t .* .......

rsaa easaltiss.Bad. to of stock are this diatoclined.up IMUOU"U for all fill itould III'at< tin Ut') I searchings for the best in the market does not j I 3 l, .

t3latll temptlag prices that hart: IXMUtheat
e4rd IB three years -41i

nah R..46...JJ.*..GI The casks cuauaue presence-for the looll of week, UH at eudmgFridftjr. Saran abuuduBW .. i stop at just going to the city offices of the various ] 3

of supplies, with a iiru.spfct: IIf : :
g'tlod. arri\aln fur aonie>> time to CDHKtu Itt. 1's

I..... iMHUt in maintaining >'ulupltrathely handling but he is i ,
i concerns groceries -all
low level l of value.IB .-. V -

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rosin the week was inarkt 1 11\1 I 4 -Ji

t Kluurs 1 ItWHi Common. and akJOg roaina aoBtewhat the whole hare Uaexpcut.'d a Hue.va-tl> n'at lI.j! : -I.i I.making a tour of the country and taking personal !b -.. "

er BMrket than pales. a va.stl> rantueasber : a
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of (consumers and a !lea: mletPBJlitent 4
demand than Ixi-: alwacbarcterizrti > I E 4 4 4
observations of the 1
pales. To thin i j.. din' 4 large canneries and 4

file fact that they have hero! M> wellUMtaiBed. ...- 4
even the present price, it 4 4 --
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Will be remembered, 4
being lushei

than knows ID previous years It tgl packing establishments with view
ptrley were that easier common than rosins it i is would it islwubbh' i a to obtain3!

I. adlifig decidedly higher thin r.llrti er-- 4 __

bow SBtarday's are prices were as tRoains i for trade such 4
ing our only 4
firm at following,: quotation: as we canE 4 4
Ilitaipts. 2910. sales, 2C35. W.V 4
U.t6; W.O., $:.SO; N., $:iI-; ,; M. : 4+ -41
}!.$!; K, IUO: I.. $1.75; II., $t.G..; : H
O., 11.11: P,, $|l..5 >55; K-: $ti.u:!: :: ; D.. :: I; recommend
|UI-.V ; C.-.V, |:3.83H': 4 ;

Tight money is regarded as prolia- ..' t om- i : :::: 't eI(I
Wy lie main cause for the depression i _.
iB pile' which seem to he more ac
ate than it ba been of late. Soap E i Shipments have already commenced to arrive i --tr

Ilikcn do not apparently) wish to tie
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9 .lane capital at thin time in stocks .- : .....
of mains "nUhtwith spirits which :

can payable be at bought that for time,futiir1 transactions dellven: in. I aud we request that dealers come in and -, .

roatea are of a i pot cash nature and --
far immediate delivery. The soap
Manufacturer cannot put in orderstor : -' 4

the grades of rosins he needs, tot I the lines and let 4
delivered in some future month, at i see new us quote prices. 4
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r B price fixed at that tlm" -Savannah *
Naval Stores Iieview.Broward + __

and the Primary! I 4j
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Brother Stoneman of the :Miami 4
Cord now feels what it is not to nt"1 + Prices right Quick deliveries Fresh Goods 4 --4 1
= need
la strict accord with the powers that = and / '
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be-Broward & Co. in the Dade primary

the other week he was nominated -- : want your orders, 4 4
by the democrats of that county I a.- 44 ; 4 -
for the position of judge of the newly: j .- 4 --- >
established criminal court ther.th-' i -- 4

governor recognize promising the primary before and to hand appoint to i ---, 1..t.4 ....... N1110N1110N.444......4...4...4...4...................,4,44 1Pp01111.grj H-t.. 4: -_:-
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tke nominees thereof. Stoneman won I ...... .
out by a large majority, but the mraor ; ...
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repudiated the expressed wishes i
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of the people, turned Editor Stun. i iI I
man down and appointed to the p<'M; -- tT
tion a brother of Pot Metal Mnea'fThere i. I -- t
iii nothing like being in ton '1 -- .'
E.Tno !
with the Broward administration if ;r --till ,
i*. an office you are after. The poy.! ; tJ Ii BR9N .d t ,

,'f Dade must wait for the passiug: otHn ::: !: :o
,ward & Co.-DeLand R,'t'(1r'l. : ... -.
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For Sale,-Dr, Marean's Liver Pills\'! 11 .
tame from Dr Marean's private for!!
i aula; have been tested for twenty- ; OCALA
FLORIDA 1.1.rya
fire years; purely vegetable. Sent': .--A
postpaid on receipt of price. 25 cts. a i .
box Address, ,, ..--
I Mrs. Beatrice Marean, .'

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