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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TIlE SE\\'SPAPEH-\YIL\.T IS IT BUT A MAP Oi- BUSY LIFE ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST "EnS8-l'U'rPEn(.



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OCALA '
FLORIDA, FIUDAY O( TOIJEIf IK 1007. ONE DOLLAR A YEAUOTION

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.+..owec6.+.4...e..444... .............a.f ... i i i Mr. Claude Munden to WednnoIJnf'n1Put WHAT PROHIBITON! -HAS DONE -

.44..+........ .. .. ........ .\ has !been made that .FOR FORT PIERCEThe A iiJj's Success the Entire Community'sIn Gail

.. r :Miss! Dolly Land and Mr. Claude O. I -

: : linden cowl!), t':1. -':o affairs of 'his bank th-' .aiiOgement has
will be :
married about the
: i Bank of Fort Pierce,
NYAT a 0 '!ul.idle of October. The date has not Fort Pierce, Florida. i always Vhe\eil! that nit n of good hl-il- j'i i'Lr ail conservative -

ideas l! :appreciate the Bank, '. ,:-
t e been progressive t m i'ten: on strictly
0 yet announced. :Miss Land is a September :3o:: 19)>7. "
business ;in'that; : n- growth: and -- : i
>uoc< i ;community's
r niece of Mrs. George H. Smith, with S. Bobo Dean. :Miami: Fla.: i

ii \ H i%horn: she has resided for several Dear ,i gain; that si'b a hank best protects the inter'-'- i.t ,depositors..
Sir-Replying
to ;
inquiry
Ii41zn! [ ; L I 1 your l i and thus proveits: :realest hetp to ib > .'\Jmnh'r'j:1 ..i.'\'elopmenfi
> ars past and is
a of
: : 5 I t4 1 young lady regarding the effect of closed saloons, i and credit of the con.'iumity.

J.. J. l charming manners and rare accomplishment beg to say that there is a marked difference -,

.. .: ;. Mr. Munden is a well in the order of the i
town a

.44* ,,I known and universally popular gen- notable decrease in drunkenness en j i MUi'i\t-F\ a CHAMBLISS\
: 50 Cents Bottle 1 '
: a : ',, tl<'man, aId, has for several years the streets and less than onequarterof .,
.
.. a h"ld the position as sales manager of 1 cases: in the mayor's court caused BANKERS
'I '
I he Annionn cigar business on Lafayette !: 0; 'ALA FLORlil A I
: e ( AT THE : : :, bj drinking. During the past twelvemonths

+.r street. He is a member of the when the county has been I ::---- -- -- ---=-::-- -'- = : ---- -=== .

sa : Ella club. Both of these young peo- dry. business has materially increased -.1! MEETING OF THE F
CONFEDERATE 4j> .4..69 vii tva0043N.+1
i ri
pie have a host of friends in Tampa, in this place, more notable perhapsin

I Qso Vice Drug Store. i H I' who are interested in their welfare, the freight receipts of provisionsand I f I' VETERANSI i BIGGEST LINE ( -

dv and will he pleased to know of the dry goods. While it would not I Marion Camp Xo. 56, United Confederate -

approach of the interesting event.Tampa .- be fair to say the prsoperity of our
t Veterans, met at the council OF
: |I Times. city is due entirely to the "dry" conditions .I t

: Prescriptions Prepared Properly :n i i l Mr. Munden is well known in this it must be conceded: that it chamber Monday morning at eleven -

J I cilY. having spent his boyhood and is an important factor. I o'clock. In the absence of the

t1c'4."444'4'4'44..+4+').4.4''N+4 t.+..44444.+ .++4.r4 -> I II I looting I manhood days here. lIe moved Those men who could not resist the I commander Comrade T. D. Lanca::;:er JWATCHESJFOR f I

...4..444044+44.4v44.444444444.444..444cr+ to Tampa some years ago and is temptation of the open saloon and presided. The following members an-

meeting with much success there. were in consequence the greater partof
- swered to roll coil: Comrades II.Y..
Ocala friends extend congratulations.TO the time unfit for work, are now
Local and PersonalSara I Mr and Mr::;. C. Y. Miller! of Leroy Long, W. L. Ditto, F. II. Lytle, J, W.
sober the major part of the time and

were shopping in Ocala Tu sday. THE "HUNNIBEE"If have more money for the real neces- Bray, W. II. Hadsock, J. E. Bailey,


Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. sities. A. C. White, Thomas Sistrunk Mon- .
Misses Annie and Abbie Munroe are you hear a ttat thrills : l LADIES[ AND GENTLEMAN[
---- at home song you. Perhaps the present condition takeson tholon Atkinson, M. T.Y.. Christian,
again from Asheville, N. C., Sung by child of ,
any song most importance and will produce J. M. T. Carter, Leonard Dozier, C. C. I
Air and! :Mr Britt Sanders are the where they spent a very pleatant Praise it.
Do not let the
singer greatest results from the fact that Priest, T. D. Lancaster, R. R. Carlton,
happy parent of a new son who arrived summer. Wait deserved
praises long. opportunities for forming the drink D. A. Smith, J. D. Bassett, J. II. Liv i I
at their home Tuesday.
Why should one who thrills
..t :Mrs. G. B. Tankersley, who has your habit and particularly by the young ingston. Sr., Thomas 0. Stewart, W.
heart (
; quoting you) men is largely removed. D. Emiuisor James H. W. Kil-
Badger,
If'-ulah been in Ocala under
:Miss Carrington of Kendrick the care of aphysician Lack the I
joy you may impart? There can be no doubt that the L. .
I patrick, L. Aiken, W. E. McDonald.T.
for month has
was urnof. the pleasant callers a returned

at the Ocala Banner office Monday. to her home at Coleman. and is very Scatter thus seeds of kindness earnings of our working men are now ( B. Jester, R. A. Kelsey, T. E. Wil II I t
your going into more legitimate channels.
much improved liams. W. C. Jeffords and Frank Har -

All encircling as you go Better order is maintained throughout ris. THE JEWELER.
Mr Robert :Mathews has returned Leave them, trust the Harvest Giver !
the city, and in improved -
every way The committee on constitution and
h.. home from a fortnight's visit to Xew Word reaches Ocala that Mrs. Ernest lie will make each seed to ........ .. ..
grow; conditions are in evidence. by-laws reported that they had had .............
York City and reports a most elegant Oldfield, formerly of this city, So until its happy end.
but of Tallahassee Yours for the right :300 copies of the constitution and bylaws -
time. now has been -- --
Your life will never lack a friend. F. H. FEE
Mayor. printed and the same were turned -
critically ill for the past week, but is GOLDEN ROD. THE OCALA BANNER

hiss Xeedham.. after a pleasant visit now slightly better. over to the camp for distribution.
An Informal Dance at Yonge"s Hall Comrade Long introduced the following -
with Mrs T{>u 'ch. returned to her The
Will Ocala Banner claims the dis-
Attend the "Coming Out" Convention Quite a crowd of the young society
hntrn- in Ocala last Sunday.-DaytonawxGazette. Mr. George W. Easterling, after an resolution:
people enjoyed the first dance of the tinction of being the oldest newspaper -
On motion the adjutant and treasurer
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X.- absence from Ocala of some months
Williston Fla., Oct. i, 1907. season Monday night at Yonge's Hall. in the state.
Forty
spent in South Carolina and elsewhere are hereby directed to strike years: ago it

Both the Pensacola papers, the tas returned to the city and is To the Editor Ocala Banner: The evening was quite, an informalone from the roll of membership of this was established. It has been a wit-

Journal and the News, printed Governor a guest at the Ocala House. I notice the "coming out" conven- and the dancing proved quite camp the names of all enrolled members ness and has taken part in the transformation ;

Broward's Memphis speech in tion is attracting a good deal of atten/ pleasant. prior to January 1, 1906, who of Florida from an unexplored ,
An Orchestra of Mrs. Alice
composed "
Mrs. Williams of Homosassa, wife have never paid annual dues to the
full. It covers two full pages. tion. I also notice that you are say- ; wilderness one'of
Clme. Mr. Frank Mathews and into the fair-
of the popular conductor of the Dun- camp for any year since enrollmentas
ing many nice things in reference to est states in the Union.
Mr. Leon Fishel played, and a dozen members thereof.On The paper
Mr R. A. Alfred and daughter nellon-Homosassa run. accompaniedby
Mr. Stockton, which I assure you his numbers with extras, were danced. has been to the fore :a eercrucial ;,
Miss Huennce Alfred, have returned her sister, were noted among the motion it was further ordered
friends over the country appreciatevery epoch that has u..J in the
the state's
Among dancers were the following -
that the treasurer be and be is
ihur after the callers in Ocala Saturday. I hereby
in I spending
tyjuie. ,
much. I notice stand for internal and de\,'
your : Misses Valeta Potter Sara Harris mauagtc ,10':1' lop-
siuuiutTsi fall with relatives directed to notify all other membersof i
early the temperance cause is in the right Annie Mixson. Louise:: Scott, Alice ih'iif j'.r the 'a-r t ':' yearU hasten I ,.
the who ht in for
IIIM.x Mr William D. Taylor. who has camp may arrears ,.
:.11 the 1)01) I '
rli rt'C't ion. 1 am writing Frank Clark Bullock.! Madge Simms Edna Dozier / :i wifne-r ':. : .cti\ a't-i:'iant
}been spending several weeks withrelatives annual dues hat upon ihe payment of i!t I
i and "Billy" Bryan and a number of Annie.Mathews, Leafy Sylvester, Sally ILL th i utiaiu-t. i r raiil'dH.j in;,'.
dollar the of the
William Hooker and children, at his old home in North. I one on arrearages :
my friends to meet me at the "com- Camp and Miss Mary Thyman ofKentuckv remitted'' ; llo\\ "t?''laT1 t.. 'Jl i .' slat'. I Ii !lo :
I who" have been spending the suw'mE'rI Carolina is at home again. His sister I past \l oilier dues will I-e; ,:I'
'I ing out"conwntion, and I think thatif ; and Messrs: II B. Howse.Charles .Jall 1.1r.H>"7, !': '. ':1 i iL'St} :lr H r ..hlt t\ :!; w i. .
:t: ,\1', Virginia, returned home Sat- Miss Mamie Taylor, who accompanied I to ary ,
nothing prevents I would like to be i H. Lkn! 'tl. Eir-MHt Robinson. I t:, .:: .:. m,' ::1. !dC' ', :" : : ,
Re ol\ed. further That : ,
imla\ night, much to the pleasure of him, will not return for sometime > adjutant ,, "
the humorous man of the occasion as Alfred Bt'c1J.: H. Taylor' Tames Talor \- !:t ] 'iii;..:. '.--. stet : ni. ', '!' il
anti treasurer 1 be :1i'1 1 :>I'\ are
thi'ii fri">ii.ls. yet. I am very anxious for the convention Harry Palmer. Robert! Mathews.j .[ : i'. :. I: s \ rsM'l; Ii" ,I.- it:
I 'I|, ht rt'iydirected, to i"'i.iiv' :a !' tt.:' i report ; :

to bo a success. Your truly, J! .1. H. Warkman. Howard Walters. Dr i .; :, __ '.[ '1: '. ._;.:' ( .. .... ." ii,
to 'IN; ( t>aip at :T- nv: ; t :ins -'
The hoard of commissioners!
Mr .1 :MiVanXess.. who have county
,
an GnlOItTOX.. ',' .1 ; '14h,..,. ,
afd !
E L Scott ot Birmingham; Air. tftheir TUMI in rh! .1P ( (:
"+ a. J'ro-'j. -
! A resol-; : tit: 't.i-: "' ; : !
.\ <'r:,l W'iK-' pa-t left the latter reading and} adopting the miniu" ofth. | Death of W. C. Barnes .t \. Bi-rto'-l! ot 'hIr.. S, NNir. i ? 1-- '.,' 1\11, .'. i. _U". L. .. .
,1' the '" i :;i<' '> MI; ; : t'1: iitv '
a'np ; .
,pal ; nt tl'i- \\'' i-K for Ijiv 'rnes-s > resiular: September meeting and I i ltr.V., C. Barnes. ioim-rj\ of tl-i-i iI I ,, I l',' I .;;r, l"l'. j' I"
.
!P. i"1.1: :'1\\ Gazette if 1 irv> spici.il meeting proceeded to : faM vOimii'.MOM.T..U'l tn MI L. ,.... .. ., }I ,
: eiiY. l 1"11 v.h> for th' af; -- .L- l 1- .t'., T': II ...
.. the l-iuld Jolly Found Guilty ;J ir.unmi;: t5, i. Si ri-i:K a" .'t'n: <'-. I
( .11 ii'< r appliea'ion for J Jiug !lu.tl: Kartov th,.d! the ho'i.f ,
tnis _
:IT aT : l' I ';. j. 1 i. '., '
Bali after \ 1IItJ! ira-N MI different s'non : I lath! 1V..J' MIn'1,1: !; r ,I'-' ;|- (K' The': !K P",\,;;!" 'pi'M-e! : ,! l iT, ;'; ;'i i Ban. ;
'I 1" ii..i': }:: and Hiss of! L : | of hi.MMT.. :M.v. W U*. Hull!! at }','hI ti'II : y.i .E! : ,
,.. ; I' ,..Va.t '. "r'! ,.'',..alr! Tta.-i i 'a, '1"i >t' > '1'1\.1",1't 1 1i, \\' ''1 1iri'!
T'lfrw.i
: of the I
!III' .1'I 1 k III O'aa tI" guests I county. :' a sp"eiaitr.fnrt i I I+belale. i.'w- flays ago i !i- I Id .t. ::1: l' : ':;." .

,i) !II. J' 'p'- ';'111, MrV, HislI.1 : tiui,V for lit"t! t'oIrtr1tc ion of ai| Air Barnes; waIMTH in Li", < in. 1 i::'-' ..' u.i (' M),,:i i I.: ;M, ';;.., 1:1:" :1'k..'1'. 'd,: 1. '" : 1 ;t.tl. -"' : ;
,
: .1 1 glut:"'. nr.ineij, tot SuTlwrt. ;Ih-! -"ii: : !'I. ij tom ()i-ii.i 'o t Pni.nt Hun! I\: :-., ,1 j \\a- tam; .,,111 of the late \-.! r', 'U.' .tri. .: i pj"I'; :'J' <.'. :'':-:::" 1't'. '! ,' :1 1t! ]1.1|-. II, ;:, v.. '. ?' .. I:",

t. .j! : "ih'rt1nou I.-111- \\llt1 1-- kfl\\1' ::1 I1- I'iO! ,lO'lll! I MaineOIK jt: tV fir,;' ri.-rl::.? 1)1"our! t"! :'-, :'. anti Hpi1"' .' ;".a! '.-1'-1 i : .'1. tn.n.i rl.i.;; -i aiii'! I ,. !" !o!!1, _

I Ilol. 't r'-on road '0 :lIkF'IT\' !or apart <>rnu: vouii;, Vie, d ua'"id! uipnntti -- a ,::"! I" .,;li1y' Thl'! j :" )s..'("c'UKi .\';.- I -" :a-ij'ita'iT 10 lldi'i ? 1' .. p'.>i"- ;i ii n. : ,;. i': ,
\: : I'"j i 1hart! ot Alaiim x:..- ini .f! a'. !Hor.'y- !,'> ':\, 1 .- .1 I I. oi.ifKiii :
J 1 i1: this d! 'anr and th<>n lU::king I r 1)trade! and worke-i in ;.he! ab'u'! Udl'tI hE \\ IKMI-, -:.t'e I ; ti -. ) :--t-j ': .
::. "\ :Miiiu'.iv and rr'por,etl \ery- I Iar.i!ar> 11"! "' !. 1 io 1'". !I''t ftl': -
line for DllHnt'l It i< claimed '
nl'iih"nrh",01 a bee ou. Ocala office' for many years and was :burn ; and the t 'Mint; was represented |t .. ::1.: ,i. 1'i ,. .latriK. .",.
.
ItatuZ, MI excellent shape in b.i-> I that this road is several miles niiar- (:ar i! IIi
J of O-'I1'hl,)
a most excellent printer For the by Joseph "ii( I f.
Y ,ji !' :
.> of last \earMi C{'-; rat's l.c-r.''a't.>rJiid W:;Iham-
H part
spent a
; er to the Phosprvit" City. and i is comparatively past two year, or more he worked TIe'e are three muicuiients, fur em- I :..- ;.: ;1:. ; 1'A; i i t <, I j.
,II! .-.;-::iipt; tint prefers Florida.Mr level. The commissioners ;ttuit1.! that They had loiknd: after ill; i I
.
bez'/lements and for
the Bartow Courier-Informant, one forgery .
with 'tiI I '. .
I L': ,''': t :; -'a.2t- : I'J d; :
welfare of Confederate
an indigent
agreed to stand two-thirds of the cost held Bartow' pending :1ainstIr.. ,loll\-. tU'
funeral
and the was at ind n Hiar !1 'r :111",'I -.!:.': t
rid Mrs. D. L. Graham ofGainaille I oldit'r: Lewis Walker, who was taken .
: of building this road. providing the I
last Sunday. :>. ;,1101 : UN! ..: .:r' .:i.d tO L' :I"-i i i
; in the city Monday sick while passing through: this city.That .
were sub-
:! : other third is raised by private participate responded readily. The I 'I- f, .rgottFn. I Iti 1
Grahamville, where he had been cared for for a :
from
t"11 route scription. Woman's Foreign Missionary Meeting : society is growing in numbers and in- The Banner ia !Uaih'> \\VeK.u'i!;; ;. ;
month bIrs.. Brigance and they had I
they will short visit to :Mr. Graham's -
pay a A most enjoyable and profitable ; terest. One new active member: and Sunday paper. Itweekly edition has ,
and Mrs. L. M. paid his fare to Lakeland. A letter I
parents, Mr. Mr. Gaitskill! Proposes Drastic Meas meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary ; two honorary members were enrolledat 12: pages of newsy news. Its Sunday '1
was read from him thanking the committee -
raham. ures Auxiliary was held Friday afternoon this meeting. After an hour devoted and the camp for the favors edition has eight pages. It dues job ; ;

Among the prominent visitors in at Mrs G. W. Martin's. Great to regular routine work, delicious and book printing and bids for your 1
Mr and Mrs. D. R. DUtch of BlitchTOII : served the kind shown him.Comrade. i ij
refreshments
interest is being manifested in this were by j i
Ocala Tuesday was lion. S. II. Gaits- patronage
Harris moved that Comrades
the birth of aI'.B'idit.r
ir rejoicing in branch of the c1.urch's work, and !! hostess, assisted by Lurline Bridges The editor and owner is Frank Harris. '
I little came last kill of Mclntosh. Mr. Gaibkill thinks Lancaster and Williams be reimbursed j
The one
: while quite a number of the members I and Gladys Martin. The next meetingwill Sara Elizabeth Harris is local
I I'blt'sS their home. Mr. that we are going at the prohibition ( for tee, money paid out by I
Pn.ayo| were absent there was a goodly gath i be teld at Mrs. J. G. Ferguson'sELLA editor and Port V. Leavengood is bus- i 1 1
mll'h. I movement in the wrong way. lIe them and that the amount due Mrs.
Ii member of the counn -
: vuo
Is
a | ering. Everyone who was asked to I R. BOUVIER: Cor. Sec.f" iness manager.-Seaboard Mercantile 1
., Fool h'arl.'as in the city Mon: I I says that if drunkenness were classedas Brigance be ascertained, and that the
and Industrial Review.
and immoderate drinkers be paid by warrant at i :
a crime same proper
" i11\! : '.ii'l was all smiles. I

I were punished penally, that is to say, I the next meeting of the camp. if i !
Th Ocala Out" Convention
; "Coming
who I if a whipping post were establishedand """'- "" IIS "="' -VI"Lk.. Ffrag Comrade Livingston stated that then I
Mi- :,blh Patch of Boston, Acting President Chas. Rheinauerof
every offender publicly flogged, n"-: meeting of the state encampmentwill I
-pent on- winter in Ocala as Miss the Ocala board of trade has ap- j I
in stripes and sent to the:: chain- i 1 be held at Pensacola, beginningOct I .
put
Lillian Xnderson's tutor, is now one '
the following committees to
pointed ) _
Willardrcn''t I for thirty, sixty or ninety days, ). r :2:!I. He said that the encamp-
rf tli- teachers at the Emma gang S
I take in charge the proposed "comingout" i ;
would cease: to exist < i i -promises to be a most notable
drunkenness i :: : I
in Troy, N. V. Miss Lillian An- Ii Ii1.1 convention:
+ within a period of twelve month. He | I i nlrJ'ul that the people of Pensacola .
;'erson and Miss Janet Weathers of Finance C. L. Bittinger, T. T. Monroe -
I I'ills
handle the drunkard with too I arn.nefi for their generosity and hos- l;t;
: itv are pupils at this institution i bays we M. Fishel, D. E. Mclver.
I much tenderness and! sympathy.: That: p'ah-v.: ant! that he knew that all ,
( Arrangements. A. Rawls, J. J. ,
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to be made on the i'nmk-j who! ar-'iul the re-union will have a
ought
Mr .John Nichols, who befriended j war Gerig, G. C. Crom, Geo. K. Robiu-o'i '

.yh 1 'r- \s Carnegie by" giving him a suit and and not altogether on tbe bar 1 siLEs ; "spvini'.l: i 'ime.. Hugh Williams, Jack Camp, D, rf, g

That we ought tu so upon Tfonlwing comrades signified
o 'oth.s' when he was a poor lad room man. I I Woodrow. !
that the receiver ii stolen j thv; wi'lKiamess! to go as delegates:
"1 the theory
:: !n i t-l at Hastings, Nebraska Tj1.D lOnation-Geo. C. Crom. j
is guilty as the thi: "t. 'It'-I| A'.am: C. White, Citra; D. A. Smith,
f p. i r "i-iv.' yearhe his received aj I goods as : RH'eption-Frank Harrii, M': 1 .
: t', Priest and J. D. Bassett Anthony -
piui&h C ,
offenders
be (
both to :
. .J hf"r. t1nndr..1 dollars annu-j i clare I < : jor L. T. fzlar, Edw Holder J K .- ;
L. M. Gra- i
accordingly. E : F H. Lytle. Stanton; !
t :, f' d''i the s:>tact magnate. That! them Hall, J M. Meffert, K<;v. R. V. AKIson {
.. I a ':,ii1 'onnor: T. D. Lancaster, Ocala. !! I
f ili.'hos I was certainly bread j) Contract ri Chas. Peyser. J. H. Taylor! K L !
Ti, r.tHng further business the
Printing r no ,
the
"i i ,i-; !n the waters. j Awarding I Anderson, CIarer.ee Camp, Prof i vtr.i, i!_
1
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Tallahassee, Fla.. Oct. S, laoT.Special ; ('inm: 1 .'journal.. I I 1
'I II J. D. Robertson. Judge W. S. B-.H-vk: ; \; II I-
I
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MrV 1', Moorman, one of the pio- to the Ocala Banner n* Chronic Diarrhoea. j B. A. Weathers, Col. Otis T. Or-tn ;

n'M-r -'.nhrof the Grahamville sect t The board of state institution today i ) That's All <: ; :'While For in the army in 1S63 I was i The committees w''i: i hold a nEr'..t'ri! ;; i
for >tawprinting 1
Mentn/ \\'Id. Indeed, is the best awarded the contract taken with chronic diarrhoea." says Wednesday after, 'un. October I'., a:

"110\\ n J)An across the Oklawaha riv.1 class A to the Capital Publishing Theflariofl Shoe Gee George M. Felton, of Soutb Gibson, I' 5 p. m., p Mr. Ii '.IMS' office. .

class B to K t I. I Pa. ''I have since tried many reme- .
\\ .tit \n town Tuesday and joined I Ir Company; : ,
the t : ,h [iht'j, increasing hosts who are enrolling Painter Company. L'Cngle: gets i (J. M. Meffert D B. Mayo.) I Mr. A. W. Miles of this plac per- {, Red Saunde: i

their names on the Ocala Ban- same contract that he did two years a BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. ;;uadpd me too try Chamberlain's Colic Red Saundeis. "

nt.r'- tKHik". Never in its history hast ago. Painter's contract covers the '!: OCALA, FLORIDA. < Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,I Red Saunder.- .
court reports.JEFFERSON >> botte of which stopped it at ,
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Ocala the
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-- .f BOARDMAN AND McINTOSH I i FLEMINGTON I CHILDHOOD'S PRAYER t
BEAUTIFUL BELLEVIEW BRIEFS EVINSTON

r I I -Banner (Written for the Ocala Banner.) 4
ri i Special Cor. Ocala :
r i Special Cor. Ocala Banner: I Our farmers are busy working their Near the train lamp's flickering light. .j
I before has sucb a dearth of Speial[ Cor. Oala Banner:
is again ; Never ; In bed I lie'
cozy
: I my
t I to little Mr. Bradley land wife, from Social !| fall vegetables.
itself our
putting news presented visited Gazing through too shades of night
Caldwell of Candler j i
j Mr. J. E.
Circle, Ga.. are visiting his uncle Bar- ,
Mrs. town. last Saturday and Sun- I At the twinkling stars on high :
in our burg
her Hester, and are combining business
with tow
Pelot suffers
Frank
Mrs. I
I O'er me spirits in the air
and added to that the with pleasure in that he is look- ; I
been broken limb day.Mr. Silent
vigils seem to keep. ti
R I) which death of her father, Mr. W. F. Cau- ing around for a Louse to rent, being I II i I R. K. Chitty and the writer were I As I breathed childhood'Irayt'r ,
of i I callers at Irvine last week. my :
the then makes her lot one not to be en- much pleased with this section I III '
I on "Now lay me down to dtep.!
Dantzler has been having fever -I !
Mr. R.
here :
would like to live
t vied; but faith in an All Wise Being Florida, and II
I for too past two days, but is able i !

spending Carter sustains Sad to her.relate is the death of Mr. W. I for Mr.a season.P. K. Richardson was summoned !; to attend school again.Dlr. I Sadly sings the whip-poor-wii! '
In the boughs of yonder! m. .
Lake
Mr. S. D. ':'p. Cauthen, one of Marion's pioneer to North Carolina to see his mother :II Otly Scott of Orange wasa j
Laughingly the dancin; rill!
f home. settlers, in t. 4th: year of his life who was \'efill.. He left Evin- visitor in our burg last Saturday, as II ,
i I of Irvine. Swells the midnight:: n.ei :0. also Mr. McAllister
min- Saturday afternoon, expecting was .
and Mirrounded I''} loving ones, who ston
1Ittt I recent isered: to his every want and need. get there next morning, but word I It. is said that when a young man I II Wreckers may be hrkin'i neat tIn '
: off his moustache is it an indication j! the canyon dark: and deep, .
shaves
before
died -
I she had
) j Suffice it to say that one of nature'sI came yesterday that I
j saved I noblemen has passed away, loved and he reached her home. that his girl has gone back on Low I breathe in Jesuear.: .

1hut ; 's.: i! respected by all who knew him. Just at this time there seems to be him. Watch one of our bachelors.D. I "I pray thee." Lord. uon! tu

; deal of sickness, both at R. Mixson and R. E. Chitty attended keep. :
i the : Mrs. Joe Whisenant is not feelingthe quite a good

AII4I which I best in the world and her manyiricaris Evmston and Mclntosh. At the for- a pillau at Orange Lake Saturday a
']lid those i.tars one fa.',' I .- '
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I a a
I same, of j hope for her a speedy release mer place among the sick ones are night. They report
One the Savior took a.
F ay-
from her illness.: Dr. Slaughter is doing Sarah Wood and Ida Bateman Hester. time.B. .

apt I the first all that can be done in tbe case. ReE.. A. Gray, former pastor at M. Scruggs of Flemington hes Mother, who in infancy. j

Nil I McIntosh Methodist sold his property here an.l is now Taught my baby !lips to lay ; j
:Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hilton came in Evinstou and

Juts I from this on the night express Tuesday rnoning. churches, has been very ill at Key visiting in Tampa. Her sweet spriit hovers near. t,

I were the and your scribe really thinks West, where he was sent this year. Mrs. B. F. Bouchillon of Jacksonville In the lonely mountain brake j.

I is preuariousthat h? is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. J. Take me to her, Savior dear '
spent they are looking better than when His condition so

inml i our new they went away. They are the usual has been moved to the hospital at Ala- Chitty. UNCLE RE lrS. "If I should die leic-ie wake."

( I Hall, the forerunner of our Northern friends I con, Ga.About. M
-Mf Mr. and the brass band is practicing.The a week ago a white man. POPULISM IS TRIUMPHANT IN i Fainter grows the flickering: light. i

1 Mer- Yankees are coming with a while under the influence of whiskey, GEORGIA Each cheery voice slowly) dies ;

1, I gusto, while the merchants will prob- went into a negro church in this com- Plaintively the birds of nighr s;

tii4N' i has ably get together and raise prices on munity where services were being In,our opinion the populists have Fill the air with saddening cries: ;

Iii a week. the living necessities, to meet the in- held, and routed the whole congregation. fought their battle and practically Near me they seem to cry- 1 1

tell : ; coming rush. But they would not have him won it. Not by direct victory, but by You manever more awake! !

Jupmu Mr. Raymond Bullock, Marion's renowned arrested for fear that he would tell Now I sigh, if I should die. :
of educating the
criminal lawyer paid Belle- which one of them it was that sold the peaceful line "I pray the Lord my soul: tu "iike." j
I democracy to their views.. -Atlanta I GOLDE' \
view a visit last Monday on special him the dirty stuff. \ 30D. i

hut : business.Mr. In he same neighborhood a white Georgian Editorial.To .

share of Gale is shipping cotton in man who had indulged too freely and this paragraph the Nashville VIe Are Glad It Was Not Our "Uncle! '

<|llf the farm- quantities, and is selling goods to while crazed from drink went into American made the single sententious 8 iiI y" i 1

byI trying to match. He is a big man in all ways the village school house with his s-''n would There was trouble at the bai.tizm''
deny
ntYe :
and manners. tureatening the teacher and pupils.He editorial com the other day, when good old 'Tnele \ ..

I I was The temperance people, under the was not treated so kindlhowev- this if we could." I Billy," as he is affectionately called ....
I I- The Macon Telegraph, quoting ed- lost! his teeth in the river. It
leadership of Brother Bryant, are rehearsing er, but was speedily arrested and fined was a
1411 here for the remarked "There is more new set he had just purchased and!
a new program for their $180 disturbing peace. itorially, :

pet his bus- next trip in the good cause. The heavy rains for the past two truth in this than we like." the loss falls heavily on him. And
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au, He re Cecil Bryant and wife are cozily in- months have put tbe hard roads from Aud now comes the WashingtonPost here is how it happened: A hard old

: stalled in the Stevens house, next Evinston to McIntosh and also to with the following more elaborate sinner, for whom Uncle Billy had been

1 was in door to Mr. Shedd. Cecil is acting as Boardman in a very bad condition in but equally emphatic endorse- praying ten year come Christmas

I'llN4 l bookkeeper and stenographer for Mr. some places, but because of the lack ment: jilting! ; up and went down to be !baptized

i O. G. Gale. We are glad to have them with of funds the road master has had to There is much in our political history and when Uncle Biiy! beheij!'

I,'Idu' Lake us. cease working them. of the past double decade to jus- the inspiring spectacle he hollered

., Mrs. C. A. Miller caff The ladies of the Woman's Home rify Mr. John Temple Graves m the "Hallalula!" When, lo and behold!

for day afternoon from L 'ission Society held their regular declaration.In out fell bis new teeth, immediately

a girls were glad to onthly meeting on Monday at Main I'iSHi the populist!: party acceptedthe Icisapi-earing beneath the turbL: wa

hi at thaT Mrs. Millsomvery church at McIntosh, and elected nominee of the democratic party ters. The river was dragged for hem

Kit cheerf'' cdme new officers, to fill the vacancies ror president, and: lour years later in vain: and the supposition is that

Ilicif our town. stating: that at I made by some leaving to take democratic: party accepted as its they were swallowed by a cavSsh. -or.Eaybo .

affairs! the ame t ar- charge of their school duties. The candidate the popuiist; nominee: for some hungry alligat&r.; The

3 iii,1 ri\ ed. society does not number many but president. I whole town sympathizes with Uncle

ja the M. E. Moving s der of all seem deeply interested in their I' is related wi'h much verisimilitude Biily: and a subscription has been

: ? and rllt- day. work. that a traveler in iatmauy: I Carted to get him a new siwrt

tchr ,- l!( )Y. Mi.Syb! ilpena. Among the sick at :McIntosh: are years ago came uj;.on wo mao! ::. a..I"\'.-irh we trcst he may have: better

Mich.: cam< The is Mrs. Dorsey, Mrs. Thomas and Miss ,: ;:ggie. Each hid the tai: or the !,I :(':{.-Melton!
..'-r.on a \ '. Tre- Farsal. one of the teachers in the high other" in its mou;n. and at'-r =:rare ; ;

1' ::..'re. She ad to school at that place. ..')sirs of powerful: endeavor: eac:: !
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: -to' rraveli! .'L she The! Presbyterians: : are much disappointed in swallowing the other. jr.'ii- i cell--nr fuel for the manufacture of ::

: ,} ; cLirmirc I '!', ..-.-.*.d! tli? Detroit; in not having their church ting! verylike' that iiappem-:: !:.' I I.i produced I gas. yielding results fully

I I i Gt>u. \\". r.kilg not hat point completed before this and from the: .democratic and populist pa:t:. ? :.ni i ii las I good as Texas and North Dakota J :

Inl... : > : :. vi i l" sail'd o. KY.. present outlook: it will be :several i I- '-c and 1'j-i" And our friend. Tohi, I'lignites, and where power is ti.ob!" "

crIli I "'L'-n- she *. making months yet before they will have itready Temple Graves, could cite a case m ject sought the best n'ether.; of r.tiii/-:
: ;!i at Em.- I
I :ditriis t4 and to sera \'- for use. train! : If Tom Wat.son is a iani'i.! !h? tug the peat seems to he to convert :'r

I : > points visit friends ha. ben swallowi-d! by Hoke! Smith into fuel gas. But altiuugb UK usrso -

: : : : : i 'broth"- ta':: relativ uffalo she pro- I Floridians Reaping Honors in Oklahoma tli! .- tiger: but sKn i.iay it no; !t;? I''I far made demonstrate: that tl.twi! : '

h. ; : aiv: st\-\ I f-tedcil! !by ringfi( d. Mass. I written that Mr. \V;-.ton: i is the! tiger i I can !IK used in thivay.. t.iiiiarniany : -

I..UJ& \ $ : Ciy.: '1'beiv ?;Iie atives for a eon, The Jacksonville Metropolis; say and! :Mr. Smith the h-.mb? j I,I questions yet ,,!!-<)]ved L *r '!);,

Iii : < : MisA..:'i ',' d wee) ent to Lynn, DcrV I! ably rlt-, .
I .e that r-ilion Bryan. forinercounty! jerry Simpson! uJJ. : !! ; ; : : ; SumM! ,-! ..r ranI< T. R. I.. stoppir.rit ; : a a d-'iuo-satic 1 lad: r 's'tns-IWlliaui 'j i 'i I are t'.:e :.'i.'axnm.: ; > 'r .
: \ c:: I jiiig o! VoiuFa county. and James A. I
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: 4 v rays place then com of Uutn that CL'I.t I- '
:! J. Hr :an w..s !jnvienv,' 1 < ">'1'1 u-.nl .; .. : j
i j i'I"r.: t( rk. saw the si r..'- :sent f.-e, torna-riy, ill the Voinsia ,vi'5- .. \ .
? G river (Me\i !anu. If E'I" :' : and: whether! i-; .- nee rhsintism'te : '. f'

.. ; > ; : i Ocaa: ::111. i 11.i -hi- mel or a couple of equity Ball;;, are two DeLaiKi Un.-, ner wenaliv > todpy m.j 'MI t'." -.".I 1! the ;winm"; ; :': !' .:.' .

T : : 'li.t:>- .> a. and i to Jacksonville who an winning political honors out perb niajeMy" of his grand eh.ictev! I ;>ricks.-Manufactu: T'llecu.: .
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: :. : i j I i via the Clj and arrived in in the new state of Oklahoma. *a\ ,-, and splendid abilltie.Ten.. Watson

: is >'i-= ll-view: : j i op and rest for o the DeLaaJ Xews. could beat him for Ctl1l;=n' -s bet'oiany \. \\'itia.)a:t !honor, \\itliut: !l..I: '. .
fl.t : / : I V h.le.: MentlVe! elected
was state treasurer const it of without ; ,
I tunpy Georgia I decency niihore; -,!.. : '
: : :i. i Owing 1 continued damp of that new state" in its firj t election I II "
And the tl','
t populist pany. !having. i Uelings of wne- .- : ,j idren i-: : a
1hl : |1\' t-athcr. in ieia: local freight I recently held and Bryan to the swallowed 1 tho demooratie: part took j I I _C. N. Has.e"! ; t 'Lie- : '. ,.- j
1 !! : : : : i : <,('d 1-uii} 'rvici- and ,heric. physical and (legislature[ who i.- a candidate for
I i I a big bite out of the republican-!: governorship ot' n]. ;.> .:or.'a.-i-l:.. : i
\ : : :! Frink. : -r\iiuf dis ices in the surroun-l- i I I speaker of the house. late bill i j.,, he h-gitiiiiHte child of i >kla.) Events.Sarey .
tJit ; : : 1 -on.Mr.: :ins Mr. Macaroni has The Shawnee
tlecide1o Herald
I country. iu its k:ale I tin;. populir.: T'ie ;I-nlf : 1 L '
party.| ; : billion! not so hr.e r;, t ri: I-! .:
: : : : 1 :Mr.Ia..- ili'-continue i his : II of : .
wireless
rll'' corres- September 20, says of Bryucan': llru i .,
"basiimoiu'v"
I : : ; 'f HT umvucv! i ii ibUK 'fl1'xl yu'.ti' o\v :tit: c. t,
: : ; !! !*. :Mr .
ier.ee until
IUf.r 'U1: moe favorable timc-s. didacy fur the opcak:; rs hlp: I |1I'1'\llh.f.| \ : i Tr : and! "Ui.- BABY. "Tto Hon. Milton i
4 Bryan of Shan
1'. Should C-ivernor; ('uinmuis set to
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ace, representative elected( tron I'ol !ihc .Mnate.jli: ho not he of the rlecti: FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
r ) tho.-- j I
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Belleview Briefs. No. 2 tov.atomic has formally
county
: :inuouuced and sit :as one of the Sanhedrim ls SEHOVED
/ ; Mr. J. S ( Ia TenNadinola Ba vot.
\ $'!i'l.y: was a veryrainy: and d'Vajgreeai.i lib candidacy for tpcaKei of Sttial.ir Aldrirh. a republican"
\4 :; : :: Blitch! of I Th.'II.,1 ,
[ the lower house i.f ,
; i ; da Y. nrich! :0 ti.e ,di>ahprlinl- i Oklahoma! I.i In;- Hlifit is SenatorM\ Kulletie! Is
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111( i i"I islature."Already) :
atnr)! SHHMU a piib7icni
: : i : { 01 ; :. ; .riii"_ '.i" 1'llf'l1. what t'f :. ;
JaSI' : ;! ) \\.1.-1. The Complexion -
be ha'I'd
: :wtrances I < Cmu-re ;
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:siiian: Sam Mc: ( 'nH\?
: : n-> Mc( j I The s-atkU? lc..iJ.: ;: C:..,: i.ahap! ;,eji1 of considerable Beautifier i L en-
strength; from .*.I
Craves I Is right the have ,
'AII( I ) :: ei S1'-; 1 1 ed! in our little village lor some time ;l-.ui L lnu'-! jii-i fiiusiMi. Wi'luii the .icbieveii pop !1 I i nearly nil their :tmhitillll.i!lI
f ; : I !; } :S-1-: ] ,.. s vt grat jful Ldicr. and:
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J..t ft t v.athe i, \\ c.f the death of Mr. \\ i next !. \. days !I" will mntituU\ .1 bn!!'!Kci. I nil'! I bin[ \ William' \ peffer! nays, Itej! t_. _iraneed
: : : : I ': to remove> ]
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I ; I F. Ua:1'11.: K. pa--M! ;,\\ aat it''t.utii > : ..','ai.:1.: for the position.! 1
2uw K'tinne.l to tbe ropnlilivitn: fold llt,1 j all facial: di.. uloratioas -
i f : : in t';> : i :::::.,.1" ",a;.' mu"; .: HI''a- ., ".A- i.tl: ih; known llnTf Is t :
I :: hilt! nu'I ,.I;:in.e tin. C J n !I' |had| turned| j : and restore the
: < : his sis : .. .- 1)01)|
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; n en: \ ir. \ ;' I" : .: !' considered! In ,
1.,1011 C of Thc
; I witty Well tlii'ii. with nil tbln Q"II\IIt.1! | fccauty ,lh.
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I : I ; I! loved ana iv->i,t .itu lJY u.l: ;; \\iio knew i with the! !pu-i'it.n. \\'. II. ;,hii\! bo Itbere I., 111! nthai, die 'I'lril'' "Cent eat.-n twenty Jay 50.d SI vat )

.I : 1 [ : to Ocala! ,.him. He i is survived by a !loving and 1\\ all Iol'!" .,, ,.
j : ;i pft.id4t::t ot th I f: i .in' dUiitioiin, : c'oIl< ,ui'l nieiluMl, of "'II nioileiti | > '\ '! .1..t! "-. : 1 Tr.iLI'wP1't4

; "ian ; : : F'a of ''lauhfui wife that sun and ior.rMiaughtfs. ,, \"( {;' ion. i.i 1,1;: 1, t "ied tu the) ]It .:i', i enicie I; ; vHnl with (life nnd'Iiu| < < tn.iMiu-\" -111,1, i ii 1t .IT1IN( TII!tC: '.!e ,...>. Tez .
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I Ti.ympal!:y of the en- !lat'iie: all.. .1 l.i >'i'i| i I. !Ins! hl'1\ ".(Hit, I -fonn HlHH it baa' \been'nltldii -- ------ '

Rta { ( \ : : 'rrt-" 'n 'I:' liIc"i.n.enir; .: l ex'emlfd: to tlie:; b<.. 4d! fill' hill! !It "ii '/i. !,1',.. I'I"f.tllllI \Jllr tiiait| .i' of H tinirv'1 (tie j i This Buggy Our }- {5tt l

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bull seivetl) I.t ,ltivr.ii.r Price
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gal \ ?. hat '! Prof. P.1'. Green made a mostI i i $50 .1
IJI"I -filllJl'll as t., biu pnbubl.| | | I In l IIIC'| iMiinle (Ih'l1thi I.nillrg4t1
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G4T I touching Talk at the cemetery andIohe :| caiididu-y.! }
t'' | of lie !" uiIe, | Ih4tratliun"( I
w fSEH. ,i.-l w c'rds of i raise for the d"ct'a i,! "Mr P.nau) M.I- .1: \\n".,II\I.. ,,i ,IIH' I 'I'll.. ilnv fi.t proetttMtte{ ne ', .
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*:ri as a friend whom !he had known 1.1-t !li'm-I.Cllie: i !, III! ( II. $In t I" "." i ftp I" nl i
Ri enAMiililii| C
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Bl :
; I an'i !honorfor'!! sv\vra! years : that h-. I..u1'it:; .ill 4it 411'! ill, l' \I" "| I 11" | I '1ra
: we think I Ilfl \ -'' t U tlol h, rbbl' ', (ell II "" "
was stnctly truthful and honest .
a ,
-"'('Unn Inw WRR
Unary ".II1IIIH1.! |
| nlnllhls (I'+"' iii' I bo XtHitm' *. nut :3
PttslPlltl.t|
no- j i kind husband and loving father. A efforts! : to Iiu-; iltiltq\ ," |liln"| i N
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A 'II' k I III I I"tpunfll-'
Mr. Pete ''"
large i crowd was at the cemetefd..
| ii/"d:: caiistil I n itinlt.il' ,
r i.ii.f |Il'i-i. i i. i." : t ,
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'1.tll his. .. h'III,1 wnuoti lo (mount TI' !- """"'; '
\ t i spite the rainy and disagreeable day 'p! be hiaile l 1\ h"I|| llu |,.l.l.! ,pili'UhrJiuaid ; II, .' .",I 1. ,, "PoII1 III lit" firm tai.,.1 .hH n'1";rttli''Pu'ss.> i I I.kp'. ...-.b.....:. .hzst. .i '

him to','I jto pay their last respects to their. departed : wa n.i/ >ii I'.i -, Uu. 11..,.,!l I., d,? 1'"J1ulI"I ItMllil i It n.,.aptuiit,) "c. axk41i,,": Krr:" : e h j :+$.. r' aitI _
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something friend. I tIMN salnrstentl. : Met..,; htlc r1a.J. l... gear
tliI. I ,jihjum tale 1 .Jit 4lt "iniiMiM| iHMiMite j MINI' tt' Pn eicK \I'It. 1't'IJ, .)II' .!'
a thief to I The work in the jj '\ i'h'd.\lIk. 1'twtt "Aft. at lk' !,, .
that I cemetery Tuesday | This one Mm' in, ti.oi MM "- .ul.II. .111" j silt ''I" .,,,,. 1.1. I.. hIM I IM' tri Ut+ ,.arr) a c+.mi'kte Iiro: t of' "\\''. r'.i.a i.- -
t1n was enjoyed by at least"fty peopl.-. :i lluillh.-ltll-!, NIttt'thrtl, It1'a 1Q,n,hl hp t'hn.twi t\'I ha" >
nf \1.| : !I", (II"| It | c y.'UIt. 1 : : :
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, "It It I, n ll (t t IIh"th'H.t,1..>arfirtrtf .
caught. iti.'i. ; u.f
The r
! t men worked faithfully inpin- U!",li- t 11,1! 1 .-Inr II.,,. l I" .. i hi.| ",, .. (,( .' t < I, I I II ,Mlllch'I'I' "'*tl."d 1\\" 1" 1\1""' ;a1egQ?onttsli .
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of the rainy weather. The diiin. r !.n i I" i .q.l, '''I\'t h' 1'r t ii' > st,
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l furnished the 'I'' 1 ". I I \"t dhtlIIf" petal tai'\3 and ;:a;. f r b.rAiHfarson .-,
by ladies of the .un( \\ Vttnh'",

i. : ( was a great success and thoroughly fit ,1 './4u".1pt"J 11 ....r .. -I" "PII nM I"IH1\ 41111"1\\ I I Hanl\\7ire Co. ,

1\ [enjoyed by all present. J 11..1 J I1'IIIt... I I .1 t *IMll I rllilli I i- ,| ",,,, ? ,M I, ,,?,., I h,'I )" tl' ? 's!'", ,,. tatyxturS v-
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I Rev. Xewton Plummer of Anthonywas I Had His Arm I
Amputated
Local and PersonalSara

in Ocala Friday on his way to. ,i From Friday's Daily. 'VE MUCtI FOR PE=RU=NAt

i Fort Wtite. I II I Yesterday afternoon at the Marion

Elizabeth Harris Local Editor. county hospital, Dr. S. H. DUtch and i t,
:Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith ofBelleview i
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II. C. Dozier
3 amputated the arm ii
were the out of : i
among
A glance at our advertising columns of the young Scotchman Mr. Bell. It iI
town shoppers in Ocala Friday.Mr. i I These Women in Substance That Before '",
will tell you that Mr. :Marcus Frank is iI will be remembered that thUs is the Say, \S i'iyy 1 1

back. I young man who was sent to the tur- They Took Pe-ru-na They Were Miserable !

: R. W. Stephens of Tarpon I pentine camps near Citra, having been .

\ Remember that the latch string of Springs has bought a half interest in ; convicted of forgery. He refused to i \.

I the Ocala Banner office is always the Spencer bakery, and many improvements work in the camps, and in order not iI I They Were Weak, and Wretched

t hanging on the outside. are contemplated.Mr. to have to do manual labor he hacked

, I his' arm with an axe. At first the phy- ; After Taking Pe-ru-na They Were Restored to 's' '

. is: Blanche Hall of Candler, who M. L. McQuaig one of the well I sicians thought they would be able to

te teaching this year at Dunnellon, known citizens of Fort McCoy, was in I save the arm, but later it was found I Health and Usefulness.

-in-lit Saturday shopping in Ocala. Ocala Friday. Mr. McQuaig will move I II that amputation was necessaryThe *

I. from Fort McCoy to Astor. I operation was entirely successful, I This Is the Whole Story In a Nutshell. i

:Miss Shelly Souter of Anthony is I I and the young man is doing well. :

., visiting her sister Miss Pansy Sou-I Mr. William the visitors Deton to of our Berlin office was Fri If Pe-ru-na Can Do Such Wonders For These # ''sr =, tlt ;z

ter, and her aunt, :Miss Fannie Clark. among Shooting Moose
day. Mr. Dehon will go to St. Petersburg While the president is shooting Women It Can Do the Same For You s

Mr. II. C. Morrison of Lake Weir a to make his home there tempor, i
I bear in the canebrakes of Mississippi, _
pioneer settler of this county wasp arily. i. n.
Dr. and Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith are r-
among the business visitors to our housewife is the one

| city Saturday.Mr. Colonel and Mrs. Van Buren Van- hunting and killing moose in New I
who is best able to judge of
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Ness passed through Ocala Fridayen Brunswick, British Columbia. Under

. and Mrs. Leland Smoak desire route for Inverness. They were date of September 28, we have' a pos- I the relative merits of family MRS ETADDIS "

us to state that the little one born to returning from an extensive trip tal from them saying that they were i medicines It is she that .
b
f them on Friday was a nine-pound boy North and West. i just back from a successful moose i $ knows the many uses of Pell 7:. ffei Mrs. E. T. Uaddis, Marion, ;

instead of we an-I hunt and succeeded in killing a fine I N. C'. writes
a daughter, as :
ll in the It is
I I 1 T. T. Munroe returned They temporarily located at runa family. -
: nounced. Mr. and Mrs. one. are I ims Before I commenced to ..

i home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Mun Gregg's Camp. They are having an j upon her testimonial that 't\\ take Peruna I could not do

f There was a petition being circulated -I roe has spent the summer with relatives elegant time. I j chiefly depends the popularity \ t any hard work without suffering ,.

I in Ocala Saturday, asking the in Canada and New York state, which Peruna !treat pain. I took "
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I enjoys. and Ianalin and
board of county commissioners appoint and :Mr.: Munroe went north a couple Mrs. Villalonga P. Smith, one of I Peruna can
with: pleasure they havo
tr. L. A. Grigs 5rae wardenfor of weeks ago in order to return with our valued subscribers, who lives in I say
= b i done more for me than any
tl/s Mrs. Munroe. I the northwestern section of
county. other medicine I have ever
I I I II i ty, has just returned from the.oun"l i: taKen. Now am as well a.3

The friends of Mrs. G. A. Carmichael Messrs. Drew and Walter Mathews.two i the Jamestown. Exposition and writes ever 1 do all my own work

are sympathizing with her in prosperous young farmers resid- us a hasty note about her trip. She I .,.... ...' .-. -. -.. ,-:-. I and it nt ver hurts me at all. I "jjAnnouncement

the bereavement that has come to ing in the Flemington neighborhood was very greatly delighted with the think IVruna is a great medicine
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and paid their extended her visit % *r iB U? fur womankind."
Saturday and to
Jl her in the death of her Blotter, who were in Ocala exposition I ;

lied Saturday at an advanced age at I respects to the Ocala Banner offl>" .aldington City and Mount Yemeni. I from Grateful Women."I .

I and their call was greatly appreciat It is needless to say that she wascharmed .: .. .. was; troubled with suppressed
her home in Texas. ..
I .- : and menstruation. I took
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ed. as is everyone with our ; HRJ.A.FJTOUFFERPeruna
i Peruna according to your directions,
capital city, which in beauty and magnificence
'I
Arthur Cobb has returned
Mrs. ,. and now I am well"-Mrs.James Eigh-
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Savage, Jr., are perhaps stands unrivalledby f .
home from a visit to relatives at HoiUer. I k Gave health mey Grapeti'h.. 1'
rejoicing in the birth of a son the lit any-city of the world unless it it-
While there she attended the I Mrs. A. E. Stouffer, Capioma, "We have been using Peruna for some

wedding of Mr. Cobb's sister, Miss To- tie gentleman having arrived in Ocalaon Paris. Mrs. Smith wishes it wert I Kansas, writes : time. To ?peak from a standpoint of experience -

chie Cobb and Mr. Long, a brother of Saturday. The grandparents, Mr. possible for her to describe all she 't\\ 1 "IVruna: has given; me health I can candidly say that Perunais ,

and Mrs.:: S. S. Savage and Mr. and saw but the half cannot be told. She the remedy for female weakness.
Mr. Frank Long, which took place a
Mrs. B. II. Norris, as well as the p&rents was favored with fine weather and % medicine "From a personal test and from the 1.

few days ago. are receiving the congratulations enjoyed every minute of her stay, WSlir .- <%*H women. My friends say they testimony of many others I shall not

of their friends. and Washington never aw such a change in a i hesitate to recommend it, especially to
back from New both at the exposition at a: \+
is
Mr. Jake Brown
woman. I talk to every one all suffering; women.lr.<. M. Y.
York where he has been for several \.>v V..T. .. :. ;
$ \ about Peruna. I cannot say too Jones, Burning Springs; Ky.
the fei?
Mr. B. S. Quarterman prosperous %A. r&r ?
weeks on a buying expedition. He JfM much for it." "I suffered from
young farmer of Fairfield, was in The Baptist Sunday school rally ..
will tell our readers in a few days of : I HI'f A Remedy For Women.It catarrh for many PE-RU-NAFOR
and placed us under obligations '' '
Ocala Friday attended
Sunday morning was largely VIN
the iri\ny delicacies he purchased i A !$: *% is safe to say that we have years, hut since PELVIC DISEASES.
to him by leaving us a sack and was a most successful meet i" '
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Peruna
while j Tay. Mr. Brown bad a great : ->t ;; thousands of letters written to taking/
trip this season. of sweet potatoes of se"eral"arieties.. ing. Mr. W. D. Carp superintendentof W MRS CAROLINE faj$ Dr Hartman from women who I feel strung;: and \i ell. A- I used IVruna

:Mr.: Quarterman never forgets his the Sunday school presided. :Mrs.S. : \ dnKfnnpiMcnlv repeat the same sentiment to be and Manahn while I was parsing

newspaper friends, and is constantly A. Standley's class, with twenty- found in Mrs. Stouffer's testimonial I through; the change: of life, 1 am positively -

Mrs. Jack Camp and children, who showing them how delightful must be five members, was pronounced the Stronger Than: for Years. I : "My friends say they I I convinced your U-uefl'-ial remedies
ll"1 have spent the summer at the Battery have relieved me of all my ill*."-
farm. such in
the life of the man on the banner class. never saw a chance! a
Park in Asheville N. C., and with Mrs.rari> lie SunI11.dlnl'r,t'larksLa., woman." Over and over again this Mrs Mathilde Richter, Doniphaa, N.h.

at Suffolk, Va., writes"I -: is "I suffered with pelvic catarrh until I
sentence jrateful"ompn
Mrs. Camp's parents Postmaster Crom says that the business Mrs T. W. Smith has purchasedMr. penned by
am feeling! quite well now I can \ wrote to Dr. Ilartmanand after taking
who than willing that
have returned home. Mr. Camp went are more we I
of his office continues to increase. A. A. McCranie's two houses in than I have I
and
work again am stronger; should use their words to assist other treatment as he advised, I can say I am
up to Suffolk last week and accompanied He furnishes tbe following the second ward as an investment.One been for years, and I do believe that 1 suffering women in finding a cure. I cured of this moat trying affliction, for

his family on tbeir return trip. figures to substantiate his statement: of the houses is occupied by Mrs.. Pe runa saved my life. [ Peruna is a great medicine for women. I which f am truly thankful. I never fell

Sale of stamps and stamped papers Morgan C. Looney on SouthThird "I am very thankful to you for your It cleanses the inside of the !*xly in I better in my life than I d'> at present/-

Dr. and Mrs. \V. V. Newsom are for quarter ending September 30,, street and one on South Fourth advice. 1 will advise all 1 can to take much the same way that water cleunsed I -Mr*. Etta Booker, I'undurn Bank.

very happy over the arrival of a little 1807, $U 5.5S; same for quarter ending street occupied by Mr. Will Dunn. your. medicine." I, the outside of the body. li. W. T.. t'a. ,

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sunbeam in their home. The little September 30, 19l>6, $3,552.US-an -- --- ----- ----- --
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r lady came at an early hour Thursday increase of over 13 1-2: per cent. Thisis Mr. Vernon Clyatt, formerly of this Messrs George Giles & CompanyThe Honored Him for His Work for Babies Cards Received in

inonung, and her presence is a sourceo an index, like many others seen city, is now making his home at Fort above named interesting firn; i iI OcataCartN

*delight, not only to her parents throughout our city pointing to its Meade where he is the cashier for the is keeping fully abreast of the move : A Brussels dispatch! says that after I lia\- inu ivc.-ited in Ocala

but to her sister and brothers as well. steady upward progress. W. H. Lewis & Company Bank. Mr. !
I ment that tells of the progress ol fifteen years:::; of dispensing pasteurized to "Nniarriam- r< l.t'I''lull of Miss Hazel -
Clyatt is keeping up with the Ocala( : !
Ocala. They have added another story milk to the poor of New York, during Miller and Mr. Irving Fit both
Hamilton's advice to ministers I Mr. J. B. Borland r.f Citra was a news through the columns of the

j. ,,,)shop whoes pay is :too small is that.guest of the Ocala House Thursday. Ocala Banner. to their ginning establishment, I which he has waged unceasingwar of BirQIII1 ham. Ahttunn!
it three stories and add
making now
they should stop preaching and go to I In company with Mrs. Borland and I against raw milk for babies and The marriage \\iJIl It- "I''. !..I.llf'IJ! on
floor of three thousand
ing a
space
work. If keeping a congregation j his daughters he recently visited the Mrs. P. R. Lester and children have feet. They have also built platforms won a victory Nathan Straus, the the evening: of \\Ydiiluv.. I I"' ., tweutythird .
square
awake and feeding a family on ?5oO;) I Jamestown Exposition, Washington returned home from Monteagle Tenn., iron roofs and awnings for the New York philanthropist, has been of October amiill be followed -
furnace City, and various places in Ohio. Mr. and Waynesboro, Ga., where they
a year is not work, stoking a I better convenience of those bringingin i honored by the international pure by a large Tt-ptlon at the
Borland is extensively engaged in orange have spent the summer. The Lester
should be regarded as physical cui- I cotton and other products. Thej i milk congress. home of the bride's parent, Sir. and
culture in this county and also family have rented the new house on .
ture.-Courier Journal. have also installed a 50-horse power The congress endorsed his plan after Mrs. Edward Hiller, at twenty-two
I in Lee county, and is a prosperousand Sanchez street, just beyond the home
boiler instead of the one of 15-b.orse viewing his pasteurization plant, hundred and thirty-one Highland av
Prof. P. II. Rolfs of the Florida experiment substantial citizen. Sitting on of Postmaster Crom, where they will
capacity hitherto used. They have and has advised mothers to give their enue.
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the Ocala House piazza and gazing at home this winter.
station at Gainesville, has i make their
likewise installed suction elevators tc infants no milk that has not been pas Miss lIiller is an unusually bright
bulletin in which headvises the court house and grounds Mr. Borland
Issued a press convey the cotton from the first tc teurized. and pretty young girl and lived In this
the planting of alfalfa as a! said that it presented a pictureof Mr. W. W. Condon has returnedLome
the third floor. Straus was the most prominent fig- city untit' she was grown. She has

winter forage: plant. lie says that repeated .. which any town in any state could from New York City, where he The firm now operates seven gins ure at the congress and his offer to establish many friends here who are very

reports of complete success of: well be proud. has been purchasing a magnificentline
stations in
twenty-five
I for sea island cotton and one for the any greatly interested in her approaching

,. alfalfa in various portions of theq II I still leading of goods for his store. Mr. Con short staple cotton, and they have a European city picked out by the nuptials. Mr. Fies is a member of a
is
i state have reached him and he urges I Hon. John D. Robertson don was called home earlier than he complete system of telephones all; congress, has been accepted for Brus wealthy and prominent family of Birmingham
. cultivation. He says that the van in the building hysteria of the accidentto
account
{ its general i. expected on through the building. This establish sels. and his marriage to Miss
He has
L it should be planted on rich lands, that is going on in OcaU. his mother. Records show that durin the past be the
ment presents a busy scene and is a Hiller will among moAt prominent
and the fields should be prepared as:just erected a modern barn and stable reminder of the olden days when three months, Straus stations in Nu winter social events in that city.
t1j to the
thoroughly as for corn or other grain and the driveway leading Mr. Leslie of Panasoffkee was a visitor I York have dispensed 2,917,3CG:: bottlesof
0( Ocala was the center of the sea island '
I is made of cement, and approaches
same to our office Friday and spent a
milk and 1.222,0
crops. pasteurized Anthony vs. Ocala
I both direc- belt, and had four or five differ
i I the stable from most pleasant half tour with us. lIe
ent ginning factories.It glasses.: The Anthony Junior baseball team
of Lynne was in tions. The stable is only a forerunner of the
Mr. J. B. Griggs gives a good report orange crop
drove down to Ocala Saturday afternoon -
I is said that the Savannah factors
meet Mrs. Griggs. for a fine two-story brick residence and the Withla-
Ocala Thursday to Lake Panasoffkee *
on say that the cotton received from Geo. The "Coming Out" ConventionThe and played a game of ball with

who bas been to Dade City on a visit I that Mr. Robertson short while.is contem-The coochee river. Giles & Co. of this city is the best board of trade met Friday afternoon the Ocala Juniors. A few were oat to

to her daughter. Mr. Griggs said I plating building in a and the best baled that reaches to receive the report of the witness the game, although no notice
ginned
be used for his own oc Mclver has to Norfolk
months he made a shipment building will Mr. D. E. gone I
that ten ago committee appointed to make suggestions .
that city. I had been given of it, so very few persons
from Grahamville to cupancy. It will be a building of Va., where he will attend the i k
of
syrup about the proposed "coming knew about it. The score was "
The prizes offered by this enterpriseing
company in South which Ocala will be proud. annual convention of the National Funeral I
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phosphate
some firm have not yet all been awarded out" convention. 5 to 8 in favor Anthony..
there he
Florida and that the shipment was Directors, and from and the competition for them Mr. Bittinger made the report of Edward Green pitched for Ocala
he has exhausted Col. W. N. Camp and daughters will proceed to New York to spend a ,
lost in transit, and and the
; in intensity.A the committee, same was and Raymond Bullock caught, and the
efforts in trying to recover dam- Misses Sallie and Leta Camp, of this few weeks.A grows
his adopted. others the team Weller Carmichael
A \ to the establishment would on were -
ages for the same, but up to the present city, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Campof the of of our citizens I The convention will be held on Willie Bullock. Cecil Lohrf ,
failed to succeed.It Roanoke, Va., who have spent the tiny little daughter was born to open eyes many
had
time and they would realize from the whirrof Thursday, the 14th of November. Sam Mathews Charlie Gates, Ralph
summer' traveling abroad, reached jMr. and Mrs. Leland Smoak Friday
machinery and too number of Committees on finance and arrange- Robinson and Charlie Standley. Postmaster
been called to our attention .Virginia a few days ago. The party morning, and needless to say theyoung
has hands employed and the general air ment will be appointed by Mr. Rhein- Crom umpired the game.
of $75 for the privilege landed at Brenen and spent a few parents are very happy overthe .
the license in -
that of thrift that something is surely doing auer, acting president, a day or
the famous Carlsbaad of the little one.
state at arrival
firearms In this weeks
of selling Ocala. Mr. J. A. Hampton, father of our

,i is falling with extreme severity on Springs, and later traveled through in two.Mr.. George C. Crom was appointed Mr. H. M. Hampton is in Ocala, the
France, Austria, and enjoyed J. N. Tiller has purchased a lot
compelled Switzerland, Mr.
they are
as I .
tome dealers, Chalker-Marshall a committee on transportation and guest of his son and daughterinlaw.Mr.
h tax as a part voyage down the Rhine and from Mr. F. L. Watson on Fort King
to place} this additional )Ir. Chalker, one of the employeesof will try and have all railroads give us Hampton owns a beautiful orange
and England. to erect thereon
,. of flie cost of the firearms they sell later visited Scotland avenue and expects the Marion county jail, and a Mrs. a reduced rate for this big cass meet. grove on the Tsala: Apopka lake,
reached home Friday and will to this
move
dealers outside the Miss Sallie Camp a fine residence
and' it the of fruiton
t gives 1 :Marshall, of Texas, were married Saturday ing. and has already sold his crop
Ft has
Miss Leta Camp re-
them, and night and city.
stats an advantage over morning at 9 o'clock at the res- The:: meeting was not largely attended the trees. The crop Is estimatedat
they can buy cheaper from sumed her studies at Hollins Institute, will be he sold them for
because but the proper enthusiasm 2200 boxes and
iddence 'of Rev. I. W. Ogle In the
t of theser Va. Col. Camp stopped over at Jamestown Mr. J. D. Baskin, a well known citizen
said houses the purchasers fourth ward Mr. Ogle pperforaing worked up and the "coming out" con fl.50 per box, and the buyer assumesall
,
Saturday af transacting business
buy almost exclusively by and reached home of Anthony was be of the frosts other calami
goods now the: ceremony that joined the lives vention promises to one risks from or
catalogue and send direct to outside ternoon. in Ocala Monday. most unique and interesting ones In ties. What Is more pleasant than

firms. It looks to us as If the law I Red Saunders T -I Saunders. I Red Saunders. the history of the state. that? _. J-t

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BANNER REVERENCE FOR LAW i Y ,
11 THE OCALA THE RESULT i i -
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., I t [ Will be Held October 14-Editor L'Enj ,
Let reverence for the laws be
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t FRANK HARRIS, Editor.P. and Escambia county's figbt against the j gle Will be on HandSome
seminaries
in
taught in schools,
p. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. open saloon has been made and lost. I weeks ago we noticed i
-- I in colleges; let it be written in primers hard fought battle, but. it
It was a
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t bpelling-books: and almanacs; let failed. Claude L'Engle's paper wouli

tI ........ be here at the October term of tt
I from the pulpit, it failed the patrioticmen
,t it be preached proclaimed But though
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h ; '-::-.. of Escambiawho county court. OF j i
\ in legislative halls and en- and noble women
f fr : : 1.1.-> : that Claude is coming.
I '. ...'"""". ...l... c."l:,.., forced in courts of justice. And, in made their gallant charge on the He We should are glad have been here before. 1
r .< ; ::'" ,,:' '. long and firmly entrenched strong-
,. : \. .. ...... short, let it become tbe political re- This matter has been hanging and Reed .'
shop have nothingto
holds of the
grog
...r'i.I' ./'-" !;\,'"'. ae".tb ,: ligion of the nation; and let the old regret except their defeat. long enough. I j

f .. t, ', ,;J''f'"f\ .......-, and the young, the rich and the poor, For the Journal's part it would do Statements to the contrary, notwithstanding ri
fI .. r ,-,: \ :r=-: Claude or au and Oak,
f \ > we can assure >
.. .. again today under -
.f- If. .J'.tP. \ The grave and the gay of all sexes the same thing over
....,o'i.. .::- ;,..l. .oJi there is not in
... .. ..r.. r--: I similar circumstances, and it one else, that a county
f "'t = 1 I and and colors and conditions
=! ..R"I;": I tongues in defeatin the state where he or any other man i Y ;
"t- down
would rather now go a
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altars.
I II I sacrifice unceasingly upon its company with a majority of the acting as a gentleman, will receive Sets and

I t From an address delivered by I white men and white women and otter treatment than in Manatecount ;
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1907. I t
(Abraham Lincoln before the Young white children of Escambia county '. 4

Men's Lyceum of Springfield 111.)- than to share\ the fruits of victory on There has been much said about

fV Franklin went "", pt." World. the side ot the open barroom.We the L'Englf! case, but be it said to thecredit

This is all true, profoundly true. regret only that the cause was of the Manatee county papers.that ,

J lUll The "\\,-majority in Escambia I But if we expect to have this universal lost. 1 Lu' our sympathy goes out to the very little has ever come

('t,unty was 194.Carrabt : reverence for !law; if we expect to good women and little children who them. The Record has felt all i Porti rs

'fLit. .----- sacrifice unceasingly at her altars; if labored so hard and heroically in an I time that this was a matter for j

.| >Ne, although a coast town, we expect to have the same love and effort to drive whiskey, with its de courts to settle and not for the newspapers

acid gave a "diy" majority. reverence for it that we do for our moralizing degrading and debauching to wrangle over. l ;

holy religion.n' must see to it that influences from the confines of Of course it is a question as to th
l t illd i } 1 Pic I
Jt 1app 'It is estimated that this year's peanut the bench does not become: prostituted the county and whose hearts are in- outcome of thocase, but that :

crop is worth more than improperly influenced nor corrupted evitably burdened with sorrow over a change of venue will be granted is

ern ooo. $15UUO'-1;. ; we must see to it that it does notassume result that they strove in vain to certain, for L'Engle has filed an affidavit \ Saddles

Jui nor exercise arbitrary power make different. I setting forth the prejudice .

I It now turns out that Franklin county even in its mildest form; we must see But while we failed, the result demonstrates -: the court, and Judge Stewart can .

II went "dry" and not "wet" as re to it that autocracy and tyranny haveno that a majority of the white I nothing but grant the change. : ('*.

Inmlg t ported. place: on the bench..* It must be people of the county are opposed to chances are that the case will go

our daily prayer that the liberty of the saloon. There were over Coo negro DeSoto county, in which case it cannot

"Ml"tud The engagement of Miss Gladys the citizen, the liberty of speech and totes cast in the county and at be tried until the next term

t Vanderbilt to Count Lazio Szechenyi the liberty of the press is not hampered least Son of them were cast for the that court, which sits about the t j

1j of Budapest is announced. curtailed nor suppressed. If we wet titcket. The white people divid- time as the court of Manatee county.

are expected to have a holy reverencefor ed on the question-nullified each oth- -Manatee Record. n and

rt iii Carmack is going to give Tennesseea law then it must be hapded downto er's \-otes-and the venal purchaseable .

I II'ltl chance to say whether she is really us from the bench pure, holy and and purchased negro decided the I The Onward March I ;

sorry for having defeated him for th undefiled. Nothing is more calculated result. Not for a day does the march a
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senate.-Atlanta Journal. I to subvert and destroy our farm of The campaign. after all, has not Southern progress bait, or the people

11itul .I government and the simplicity of our been without its good effect, even grow weary in enterprise and de -. -.11 I {

The census bureau reports 1,430,000 institutions than the judicial exerciseof though the fight was lost. It has velopment. j ilea!: t

nu1cIU' :,; bales of cotton, counting round as arbitrary and despotic power. stripped the cloak of -respectabilityfrom Notable in the development of the
j
half bales, ginned from the growth of the saloon as nothing else could last week is the large number of .

ily y ti 1907, up to September 25. Activity seems to be manifest in have done and that fact will have its plants established to handle
.....
\ every Florida town. Madison, Monti- weight on the young manhood of the and its products.The ,(

1' lIon. Seaborn Wright of Rome, Ga., cello, Marianna, and all similar inter- community even though their welfare reports to the Tradesman I

IrBof will arrive here on tbe 9th inst., and ior towns, that have been laying al- must continue for a time to be menaced the week show one such plant in Alabama

will spend a few days in the countyIn most dormant for many years, now by its presence. two in Arkansasfi one in Geor- .Ii

prtam the interest of prohibition.-Miami seem to be animated with new life I But the battle to free Escambia gia, two in Kentucky, three in Mississippi '

News. and a spirit of thrift and enterprise is county and the whole state of'Floridafrom two in Missouri, two inOl.th U !I.I

noted in all of them. New and mag- the blighting curse of the saloon Carolina, one in Soutb Carolina, \\ I ;'
I
I The vast floods of Spain and France : nificent buildings are being erected is only just begun. Two years in Tennessee, seven in Texas, two : : :{

1'1: are a reminder of the folly of cuttingoff and other evidences of prosperity are bence it will be fought over again in Virginia and one in West Virginia.It I .

: eter all the timber. What are we do- noticeable.Miss this county. If that fails, the abolition is also gratifying to note from ; HEPAD, I

ing to prevent like disasters of the saloon will still be delayed the list that the number pf I I
{ Anna T. Jeanes who was borna :
du World. only one year, for in November, 1910, mills, gins and warehouses in the cotton ; ; II
Quaker but died a Buddhist, left 4)0
-- the people'of the whole state will states: is on a steady increase, : I
Booker T. Washington $1,11.)0,000. : i
Secretary Tit will probably explain -'t I vote to adopt a constitutional amend- week's report showing three new cotton fm! : '
Miss Jeanes died in the Friends' borne 1
lit to the Japanese that Richmond ment which will prohibit the sale of mills in North Carolina, Sl'\ 1
near Philadelphia last week. She also II
Pearson, Senator Bob and Colonel Jim liquor anywhere in the state. new mills and warehouses in Mississippi ; ; !
left $3.000.000 to the Swartmore Col- :
tls Ham are not the whole show over : The saloon men therefore have but two new cotton gins in Texas r'C"I D i
lege, on condition that athletics are l '.17 !
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chac here.-Atlanta Journal. three years at the most in which to and a new cotton company in Arkan : : '
to be abandoned. Altogether she lefta :! : !
ply their trade. They must then get sas. !
property valued at $5OOlIIIJtl. She : FO!f1> ,
and there in the face of the \ : .
out can, Among the most heavily capitalizednew :
In the presence of a distinguished wrote a book on Buddhism. : # w
trend of sentiment \0 !
public everywhere,
tlshi gathering, a memorial tablet at the industries in the Soutb duringthe :

birthplace of President U. S. Grant, i Thomas Appleyard will not be satisfied be no excuse that they have not had week, as shown in the list, are i ---.- '\. ::'

W VJx I at Point Pleasant, in Clermont county, II I until Lake City has a yarn mill sufficient notice of what is inevitably $5.0oO,000 iron and coal company in

r -tl* Otlio, was unveiled Wednesday. I Mr. Appleyard doesn't get everything coming.-Pensacola Journal. I Alabama, a $5oOOoO mining
I I l in Missouri and a $500,000 manufacturing
he goes after, but he hits it often ,

A Philadelphia says the world has I I enough to make it interesting, and I THE RESULT IN ESCAMBIA company in Oklahoma.Georgian.

UU'' overestimated Shakespeare. Shakespeare -Ii i we will soon send him an order for l

isma never repeats, and no patriotic I I I half a dozen socks, No. 12's, all cotton I From the Pensacola papers that -. ----
The of Life
Origin
Philadelphian can think much of,! and a yard long.-St. Petersburg In- I have been received since the wet and I

co ptls that kind of a voter.-Tampa Evening i I!I dependent.The I dry election was held in that city last Prof. Jacques Loeb, the famous biologist :

k. cf the University of California
News.A :
!Tuesday we ascertain the fact that E
New York Sun wickedly inti- in a bulletin issued from the office of
the majority for the wet side was far
mates that
one reason why Mr.
correspondent of the Mobile Register the president makes a statement that
has Roosevelt wants Tom Johnson defeated less than at first given out.
states that during the past sea- he believes the germ of life can be \\
stn l* is because Tom recently referredto I In every precinct outside of Pensa- m
the of shaded tobacco
son crops discovered the chemical
providing m
Ito grown in Gadsden county, Florida Mr. Bryan as "the most inspiring cola, except one, a majority vote was reactions surrounding the
example now living of the process
nla, Have ranged from $:II.aVt') from 23 .. of American highest given for the dry side. fertilization are involved.The .
tit type citizenship.-Pen-
acres and $2S,00i from 20 acres to i I!sacola Journal. The Pensacola Journal says toot announcement of Prof. Loeb I
i $2367 from 2 acres and $18 2 from 1
has, been received with
I I the white vote was divided and nullified great interestby
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TuCrf acre. I I Ocala is going to have that "comingout" each other, but that the black the university: of science as a distinct > : l r

convention, and it will be a big i i vote was almost solid for the wet ticket step in the discover of produc- G
Bankers now want the colors of the I I tion of from
living the inani
II I event. The board of trade has taken and the anti-prohibition victorywas germ J

rrm) varjous banknotes to be different : the matter in hand, and when the I won by the negro vote. It is es- mate. .

-1 Colonel Heqry Watterson of the Lou- i leading citizens of Ocala put their I t timated that 600 negroes voted in the The university savant takes

isville Courier-Journal says that call- r shoulders to the wheel they never I election and 500 of their votes were stand that all that differentiated living ,

iill. ing for a stack of blues and a stackof I fail to do their town credit.-Starke cast for the wet ticket.If matter which he has produced in ..t

reds over the counter at a bank : Telegraph.If the election had been left entirely the laboratory is the product of ( i

i tli may lend a little liveliness to sordid to the white vote it is estimatedthat animal objects of developing and producing I '

: foi+ business transactions. .. I Hon Henry Gassaway Davis, at the majority for the prohibitionists themselves automatically. All

lilt the age of S4, is young, enough to run i would have been between two that is necessary, therefore, he declares s

,i Ti"li The Louisville Courier-JournaUsays for governor of West Virginia, we I and three hundred. As it was the saloons is for the scientist to determine
'I
that Taft delivered nota- '
Secretary a
don't know what's the matter with exGovernor -I won by a majority of only two the chemical process I II 1
ble address at a banquet in Tokio, at
Bloxham running for gov- hundred. causes the development of the egg into e
which he was the guest of honor. In I I, I the embryo.
ernor of Florida at the youthful age j
the course.of his speech he said that 1 (
Yt of 72. .
Prince Goes Up 29 Stories
war between the United States and I '
lhtJa Prince Wilhelm of Sweden marveled Real Rolling Stones f
i
Japan would be "a rime against civ
't Secretary Root says that the pres-I; at the magnificent panorama of A geologist laid on each corner
ilization, and as wicked as it would be
St1wi ident would not accept even if he t New York, as seen from the twenty- a table a round gray stone. j
insane.
I were placed in nomination by a I ninth .floor of what is to be the tallest "These are real rolling stones," he e

juqxi' 1 I southern democrat. Still he would I building in the world. The building said. "Watch them..
The case against Senator Borah
better not wait for that event if he !its the Singer building at Broadway The stones at first motionless
was submitted to the jury without argument ,
ba l wants the job.-Atlanta Journal. I| and Liberty street, and for fully half began to quiver. First, with a slow
and a ver.lict of "not guilty"was !
01 --- ;an hour Prince Wilhelm remained onI and then with a faster gait they rolled 1
quickly miuued He was very I By direction of the president, William toward the table's !' 1
I I I the twenty-ninth floor and sunre'edI center In a 1
warmly congratulated." He was chief P. Duvall has I I :
been
I 1 appointed to ;| New York City and a part of New few minutes they all lay together in I II r I
government attorney in the case be major general in the army vice I a tight bunch. !
span Jersey."It !
against Hoywood. recently tried and Major General William! :McCaskey, I I J
I is simply magnificent," said the "They come from Australia, said !
acquitted at Boise: City for complicityin the present commander of the depart-
R i prince, as his eyes swept over the the geologist. "Others like them come )
the Stuenberg murder. Senator ment of the Dakotas. CO.
sug I great view before him. "Beyond all from Nevada. They are of no value :| j
Borah was tried for land frauds i
doubt it is the greatest sight I have save as curiosities. What causes
against the government. Dayton limes
a negro arrested at
them to roll is the i
ever beheld in my life. -New York magnetic iron ore
Dayton, Ohio, is said to have confessed -
T'WI that
'f
Times. they contain. Real rolling stones:; ,
There is a very hot wet and dry that he murdered Miss Anna Mark-
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they are. You will notice the absence
B11 contest going on in Dade county. The owltz of Covington, Ky., and Abe Cohen His Dear Old Mcther. of moss upon their surface.- .

Metropolis of Miami is leading the of Indianapolis, August last. "My dear old mother who is: now Minneapolis Journal.

prohibition fight The anti-protibi-i eighty: three years old thrives on I I
that if the Electric Bitters" writes W. B. Brun-
A tionists claim county goes Judge William B. Sheppard, recently I
will largely son, of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken Hard Times In Kansas.
it
dry that help to
de-
appointed to the federal
bench in
) Bt'UI them for about two years and enjoysan The old days of grasshoppers and !
stroy the tourist travel and in all place of Judge Charles Swayne, 'deceased excellent appetite, feels strong, drouth are almost forgotten in

1 I; 0rth probability the big tourist hotels will has been appointed by Judge sleeps well." That's the way Electric prosperous Kansas of today; although I' ,
r Close.- The Metropolis stews Bitters affects the a citizen of Codell Earl t
I that Pardee to go to Jacksonville to assist aged, and the same Sbamburg' !
\, when Miami was firstlaId out that Judge Locke in the happy results follow in casees of female has not yet forgotten a hard time he !
hearing of .
tit cases.
t t Mr. Flagler planned a- city free from weakness and general debility. encountered. He says: "I was worn
nI r Weak, puny children, too, are greatly out and discouraged by coughing :
desirous
t and was then
i I roIMI saloons, has When two live wires run across strengthened by them. Guaranteed i night and day, and could find no re
1 been desirous ever since and is still each other, we do not know what will I also for stomach, liver and kidney! lief till I tried Dr. King's New Dis- : "

as desirous of having strictly a prohibi be the result, but we shall find out troubles, by Tydings & Co., druggists I covery. It took less than one bot.I l o?

r ; tion city, and that be does not believe when Colonel Robert )Ic amee, the Price 50c.; m I tie to completely cure me." The safe- j :
that the prohibition of the sale of liquors gifted est and most reliable cough and .
'. Tampa orator, crosses volts Red Saunders.Red C.
thi will be at all i"'urlous to his with Cot Herbert'L. cure and lung and throat healer

an= interests. I Ocala. 'ndersoa of Saunders.Red discovered. Guaranteed by Tydings
E Saunders. & Co.'s drug store. 50c and $1.00. Trial GA

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Local and PersonalSara I TO MISS SARA HARRISIf HELP THIS MOVEMENTThe I; ORGANIZATION OF :THE FARM I SOLOMON AND THEODOREA

I ERS' BIG STICK
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i the tale. the types tell are truethen Record is the friend of the na-I --:- i duet between King Solomon ,in i Orange

Elizabeth Hams, Local Editor ere autumn's rose-tinted skies val stores operator. It has shouldered Speaking of the future of cotton the twenty-fitth president of the Unit

I have changed to winter's cheerless prices the Yorkville. S. C., Enquirer ed States-great teachers of their respective .
-- the burden of the fight ever sinceit
\\1'\. ,ait \\i hn h.an''H farmer gray, you will have given up your parental says: people might bo arraa; '', '
became the of the T. 0. A.
!iii Maiion county become a member I home where life from babyhood organ "The demand for cotton goods is as follows: I eported
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"' 'it t eala Banner family? Put i has floated continucusly upon a and even long; before that time. Now greater now than it has previously "\Ve cannot afford -ub-rri.'e another \' i !
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mi taiu' 11\; f the bnol.s' and become billowy r-.oud! of peace and happiness mere are strong reasons why the the I been in the history of the world. The I test for that of :::;illy! or inn :

.1 1.1: 'nihf'r. Th' family is growing in exchange for a hope of the same in operators; snould get together on eu'Y \- demand is so great as to stimulat. :'':!Ie, or wrun -doin_. or ;v'-il! .(loins, "

!htrpT every day. a more sublime degree. line and stay there. the addition :of: *!wndie not only ii in in jti'ig'ag! : 3!...' j an." 'Drv

I Aside from that sense of (jutI fir] The factors nave announced that I th? southern Dart of the Unite.1 I' "Lo, this only!: hay'" I four 1. thai I ". .

MrVili Tydiugs white still very volving upon the fairf'r'px.! you are 'tu-y are not to advance llonffor box I State, but in the northern par God hath grade men upright; :: : but

.11.'' i >Krio\inE.,: : prompted by the noblest spirit unfit ;::ting wh.ere th<: operator goes be- There is some promise that the increa i they nave souzntnit; many inv-uions. -

high heaven's canopied skies-love- jud the bounds; of reason in paying I -e of spindles is more rapid that [ ."

\'r!' 'I ills, a former citizen of Lake I which is the secret word of all happy he; laborer for his work. These may the increase of produc, .ion. So Ions; I "If a man floes wjil, if he acts bon Claimed by Only One

W.r. now of Arcadia. was registered unions. fccl tha th' y can affor! !o pay more as this condition continues tht1
.u the Monteznma last night The most important labor pointed than the price which will be named. mand for manufa_hued products hold! administration." Majority.

out for mankind is the building of a !If they elect to do so they are not only ing up in the meantime, a fair price 'Whoso keepeth th' commandment! ,

Mr.1 H, I).-an Of Plant City is theirift home by the Supreme Architect of damaging their own interests. but for cotton is assured. But to guard shall feel no evil thing, and a'i .<>

of hf'! sister-in-law, Mrs. J.V. the world. The planning and completion 'hey are injuring the prospects of ev- I against contingencies, the farmers man's heart discerneth both tini! and
t
Cniliv., on Fort Icing avenue. of a house, the setting of ?ry operator in the trade. I must organize." judgment. Official Count Necessary

trees, the culture of flowers and the Why not get together on a fair Not only do the northern and southern "So tar as in me lies the corrupt

Hon. John N. C. Stockton and Senator clearing of fields is of importance, but price and stick to it. The factor is sections of the United States respond politician great or small the private to Decide.

: .la.- E. Broome talked on prohilnii'in in a minor degree, and could be accomplished interested in the !success of the oper to the demand for cotton goods citizen who transgresses the lawbehe .

In Jacksonville Tuesday night. by one alone or both man ator, and will not be exacting in these by increasing their spinning facilities, rich or poor-shall be hrough before ,

and wife separately. But the building demands. Why not assist the honest I but a similar response is apparent in 1 the impartial justice of a court""If Orlando, Fla.. Oct. !S.'ia Jacksonville ::: -

Ir. W. Xorswortby, a prominent of a home, an ideal home a home factors in bringing about a better every cotton manufacturing countryon thou seest the oppression of the Fla., uct S-9, lJl: i7. )

orange grower of Boardman, on Orange where devotion is real where peace condition of affairs. the globe. In England there was poor and violent perverting of judgment F. E. Harris, Ocala Fla.:

lake, was a visitor to this cityesterday. is predominative and love is forever When the T. O. A. meets there an increase last year of 2.OtU;WO spin- and justice in a province, mar- Seventeen precincts, including Or-

> unshaken in its purity by the little ought to be a resolution introduced ..lies one-fifth: as many as the South vel not at the matter; for He that is lando and Sanford give three "wet"

Ills and evils that all people are given; and passed to give to the factors the has-and large additions were madein higher than the highest regardeth; majority. Four precincts still unre- {

Me"Srh. Sol and Morris Benjamin of to, requires a perfectly united lifework assistance of the association to main other European and in Oriental: and there be higher than they." ported. Will require tbe official

.\'ant3.! who have large landed and of both man and wife. tain a fair price for labor. countries. The hunger of the world "Crimes of fraud and cunning shall count to decide. B. E. 11.\.YSOR.

business interests in this city, are There is, I dare say. no more brilliant This is to be one of the questions for cotton goods never seemed more be prosecuted as relentlessly as

luriii) a visit and will remain for a star of future hope none more considered at the next convention. emphatic and there are no signifi crimes of brutality and physical.> Orlando, Fla., Oct 9, 1907.

fce\T81Mr l t,days. deserving and no one to whom sincerer There ought to be something definite cant indications in this respect" that lence." Frank Harris, Editor Ocala Banner,

wishes of truer friends are carried decided upon.-Jacksonville Indus the price of cotton will go lower. But "He that diggeth a pit shall fall Ocala, Fla.:

and Mrs. Sandford Jewett came from a greater number of acquaintances trial Review. thi does not change the entire perti into it; and whoso breafceth a hedgea One "dry" majority. Nothing offi

home Wednesday from Wood mar. one of whom isVery nency of the Enquirer's observation serpent shall bite him." cial. AH precincts heard from.J. .

where. they spent four days in a most truly yours. lIon. John N. C. Stockton says that+ that to guard against contingencies, "I preach to you no life of ease. 1 I HOLLAND STARBUCK.A .

delightful! ; manner, enjoying the pleasures PETER STANLEY. he has been on the "water wagon" for the farmers should organize.In preach to you the life of effort, the
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of Lake Weir. twenty-five years. John will have to fact. one of the contingencies is life that finds its satisfaction in do- telegram has been received in '

Mcllmurray-Higginbotham do better than that. Senator Taliaferro at hand right now-the heavy onslaught ing well some work that is well worth Ocala from Robert W. Sims stating

Mr. and Mrs. John McCredie of Micnnopy The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. says that h? has been on the same of the bears upon distressed I doing." that Clay in the election yesterday,

have arrived in Ocala and will Iligginbotbam in Tampa was the wagon for twenty-eight years. Jeff cotton. If the great body of farmers I "I percieve that there is nothing gave a "dry" majority.

make this city their home. Mr. and scene of a pretty home wedding Tuesday Browne and a few others have just were so well organized that they better than that a man shall rejoice

Mrs. McCredie: are relatives of Mr. night at which Miss Bertha Ilig- mounted it who are consoled with the could say to these speculators you I i in his own works: for that is his portion Later

and Mrs. H. G. McDavid.Mr. ginbotham. one of Tampa's prettiest words of Holy Writ: "And about the must pay what this distressed cotton ."-Chicago News. Orlando, Fla., Oct. !(, i 1is: ;.

young ladies and Mr. J. E. :\Icnmurray eleventh hour he went out and found I is worth or we will do it ourselves Ocala Banner. Ocala. Fla.:

W. II. Hopkins of Orange Lake of Jacksonville traveling representative others standing idle and saith unto and hold it-then at least one contin A Cry For Bloxhman. to .Become a All precincts reported. Four majority :

the noted pecan grower, dropped inon of the Covington Company them: 'Why stand ye here all the day I gency would be well met.-Progressive CandidateA "dry." Require official count to t

us yesterday lie says the court one of the largest wholesale dry goods idle'?' They say unto him: 'Because I Farmer. special correspondent from Talla- decide. B. E. RAYSOR.Still .

lioiiM* and court house grounds are a firms in the South were united in the no man bath hired us.: He saith unto I II ahassee furnishes the following which '"

credit to Marion county. holy bonds of wedlock by Rev. W. K. them: 'Go ye also into the vineyard I To Kill the "Blind Tiger" appeared in the Savannah Morning Later

Piner. The home had been tastefully; and whatsover is right that It has remained for a congressman News Monday: : Ocala. Fla., Oct. 9, 1907.

Mrs. Mallory Liddou and small son, decorated in honor of the occasion. ,shall ye receive.' So when even was I. from Alabama himself an uncompromising "It is expected that t he invistigat- Rev R. V. Atkisson Ocala, Fla.! :

who have been the guests of Mr. and and quite a number of friends of the come, the lord of" the vineyard said I prohibitionist to propose a.. ing commission will resume its sit County dry by five votes. Mathews'stable

Mrs. F4 L. Watson in Jacksonville forth contracting parties were present. After unto his steward: 'Call the laborer i plan that would do more to discourage tings next week.. The commissiontook burned. Fire out.

,' pasf few weeks, are now visiting the wedding the happy couple left and give them their hire, beginning i the illicit sale of whiskey than "a temporally adjournment to al E. G. DrCh.YORTII.I .

Ir and Mr*. 1. M. Dell in Gainesville. on a honeymoon trip to New York. Niagara from .the last unto the first.: And I any yet suggested. lie will endeavor low the return of former Governors I t

Falls Ontario Canada, and other when they came that were hired I I to secure the passage of a bill by congress Fleming and Bloxham and former Attorney Beware of Heroes

The young Scotch convict by the places. about the eleventh hour, they received providing that no federal license General Lamar of the State. Beware of heroes among the candi-
of Bell whose arm was Mr. Mcllmurray had as his best the All were away at the summer resorts.
name amputated every man a penny. But when I shall he issued in any county 'I dates. Why? They may drop out before -
few is dead. Thisis Mr. Clifford Vincent who practiced Since the adjournment of the commis
days
a ago. man first came they supposed that they Throughout the United States that ha the campaign begins next year.
the who tried to cut off medicine at Zuber for several I sion the marriage of ex-Governor
young man should have received more: and they I banished the saloon. That would be Then your choice for the office may
his from working in the months but who is now located at Bloxham has been annouunced from
arm to keep likewise received every man a penny a tremendously effective auxiliary to doubt your devotion rememberingthat
turpentine) camp near Citra.Jlr. Tampa.Mr. And when they received it they murmured I prohibition. Many a criminal whiskey Salem, Va. and the accopanying an- you shouted for another. If the
and lIrs.IrIImurra will make+ of the nouncement that be would spend the
against the good man seller plies his trade in "blind i fellow you began to abuse drops out.
Clifford B. Oakley city ticket their home in Orlando and will arrive+ house, saying: These last have I pi s"and "blind tigers." where the autumn in Virginia. It i is expectedhere you will fee! worse than the proverb

agent of the Atlantic Coast Line at: there the first of November.Life wrought but one hour and thou has popular vote has excluded the saloon however, that the former Gov- ial thirty cents. Again: Your candidate

Tampa has been appointed traveling made them equal unto us which have I cheerfully taking the profitable risk of ernor will return to give his testimony -when he platforms-may surprise -

passenger agent for this line to succeed at Silver Springs borne the heat and burden of theday detection even where he has not succeeded before the commission. so that the you. Unlike you. be may be -

Mr. J-uues: F. Taylor resigned Mr and Mrs. W. II. Clark !Ir. and .' But he answered one of them in securing The connivance of I work of that body can be comnleted. one i of the patriarchs of old-wise to

)1 r. Oakley's headquarters will be in Mrs. E. C. Bennett and two children, !and said: 'Friend I do thee no wrong; corrupt officials. City laws and county "In the meantime. the marriage of read the times.: and know what to do '%
Tjfipa.Tht j Elitist not thou agree with me for a laws and ordinances and legesla- I Mr. Bloxham has given rise to rumors better along {
Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Whitworth of the+ Then. if he w* von one
( penny? Take that thine is and go tive enactments he succeeds in violating I that it may be taken as a precursorof your wise. infallible: < '?) line of political -
Hiawatha Farm, and their parents,
into For
home of Mr. and Mrs. \\'. T. I thy way: I will give unto this last I some of the time with impunity his re-enterence politics. belief and practice, you. too, will
Mr. and Mrs.! Marshall, spent the day; some time there has been vague report -
MeII\\ain bas been blessed bthe ar- even as unto thee. Is it not lawful I and all of the time protitabIbur the wish you had written about "sweet
I
j n\al of another little son. The young I at the !springs and on the river Tuesday !< for me to do what I will with mine I most >offender hesitates at that he might be persuaded to potatoes" an'! "common interests."

I gentleman was born Wednesday : and had a most enjoyable day. I own? Is thine eye evil because I am trifling with Uncle Sam. Detection is I make the race for Governor again, I Th('re's the unique Tallahassee Sun.

morning, and is being gladly welcomed Th' same morain? Mrs. R. A. Bur good? So the last shall be first and too sudden punishment too severe. but this was scouted by his near What it said about a certain distinguished -

r b\ his parents and bis small broth ford and her son Ensign Robert Bur the first last: for many be called and The idea suggested by tOO Alabama I friends as was the rumor of his approaching -!I gentleman from the "Island

,'r anti sister. ford and Miss Alice Bullock spent the few are chosen.: It seems hard but congressman. W. B. Craig by name, I marriage. Those who 're. City" was more than a plenty. Now
and besides it has always been and always will of Bowie in the fourth district fused to believe that the aged politician I
morning at the springs, ; so successor what can it say? We want to see. We
Editor Claude has had another postponement a boat ride the two latter enjoyed a l>e. Those who mount the band wag is susceptible of valuable would again marry are now wondering missed last week's: issue of the bright
of the against him. beautiful Ion last to pluck the richest and amendment. If licenses if the undercurrent of political
cases swim in the waters of the seem "government" roaster. We did get the Lake City
His attorney is on the aqua fortis car spring. I ripest plums. The eleventh hour were refused in every instance prophesy concerning him will proveas Index. Brother Thomas had defendedthe

and is plunging headlong against the man's chances seems even better than where a city or county license could true the matrimonial forecast."ExGovernor gentleman from the vitriolic

"water wagon," and Editor Claude is The various committees for the the one who has borne the heat and not be produced a heavy blow par Bloxham is without Claude. Now what a change! He i"

no longer singing lustily: "Waltz) me "coming out" convention met yesterday I burden of the day. It looks bad for alyzing in its consequences would be question a popular figurelIe is sick. In his short style, -he simply

around, and around and around once afternoon at five o'clock in the John and good for Jeff. struck at all illicit liquor traffic.- above seventy, but is hale and hearty says he "likes not the platform." Better -

again. Willie!" office of Mr. Edward Holder and map I Redlands (Ca].) Citrograpb. to use a common expression. His I : wait brothers. "Glory not in
I is that of a pleasant and
M M W "" ped out a program to work to. Active I William Jennings Bryan began a popularity man" They are all human-just lik

Mr. N _\. Callison of Gainesville, measures will be taken to have the I two-days' speaking trip through West- The Use of WealthMr. I thoroughly agreeable personality.He editors.-Arcallia News.

proj\H ot the sPring Park Stock Ocala "coming out" convention a I ern Kentucky Monday, leaving Louis- Charles M. Schwab is quotedas I has the happy faculty of making
and holding them and this has t
Farr: is in Ocala and is registered at Ms success in every particular. A I rule at 7:35: o'clock. The first speech saying to the commercial travelers. friends I Red Saunders.
in his
-" Hou&e At the late Tampa invitation will be isufor ; Elizabeth and the proven of great advantage ,
." the Ocala general i was made at town, 1 "1 have some moneY-Quite a lot of it I Having served I
lair the Spring Park cattle on exhibition everybody in the state to attend first day's tour ended with a speech political career. ---
I in fact. What good does it do met I and otherwise been
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I twice as governor "
i there took many of the premiums it and special invitations will! i at Owensboro. Yesterday Mr. Bryan .
have a nice place to live good meals a prominent figure in the public af- 1
and Mr. Callison is doing much towards be sent to the governor and his cabinet 1 spoke at Morganfield. Marion Princeton j I
fairs of the State, he is possessed with
developing the cattle industry I the supreme court our senators !' Paducah. :Mayfield, Fulton and to! eat and clothes to wear. That is ,

in Florida, Hx stock farm is the and members of congress the editors I Murray. A number of prominent politicians -about all, except that Mrs. Schwab is I knowledge of men and affairs rha- Fishel Says :
should be put into enduring form forhe
I !l'riltl' of Alicl"u county. I and all the candidates. : made tbe trip with the distinguished -: able to spend a few pennies and en- i I i
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preservation of history.
:
I I [ Nebraskan : joy herself. !
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i General Clement Anselm Evans of' I Schwab is right Our needs are I

Mrs U.ui..... ''Woodrow.ht..r. 1bnui. aeeomuan-Blair Atlanta. Gg rgia, has issued invitations J. Walter Kehoe and W. B. Lamar not su rat after all. We must have : Wants Him to Attend the Ocala "See My New I II
Id 1 by h!: d'!
af- ; to the wedding reception of his are trying to break into congress, and : food; we must have shelter; and we : "Coming Out" Convention I t
.h'.led ho Yl'H..riay
:1t\VoOvJro:iauti n'i\: t'!n '0 the !'!lea.urr: : of their I idaiishter: Lucy to Dr. Robert Grief are using whiskey and tobacco as : must have clothes, and a man does ; We suggest that the oM var !horse: ; Goods !" i
has been in :Stevens:: on the evening of Tuesday ; boosters. Kehoe says. "flown with not Inatto be a millionaire to have and pioneer; of Le county. Capt. Hen-
AllsVoodrov
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-\ Kit-nila the rw entr-st ond of October T n..itH' the whi-kfv." and Lamar says "up .1":: rhtVo 1 ant all the clothe and all dry, attend the "coming out" convention ::-! .. ...
!'\' !ba! !Mi-ilth! fcr the: }past year and .. *. -- :.:..::==- :: -: =-- : =---: I
,i clock at his home T'-rrV"-> h.niJivd \\ :rh r".t'M' 1'H'( -+ It :. .Mr.iM ') *>ti -vobiter. -hu V need?, ant! can used i : to be held at Ocala, if for no ot
Jle"HIIJ-
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tint I iii1-*"' ti If tll\' ltllllt'r I in-l sixK-\ 'I; "'-r 1 ''.. -trti' :; :,'. ail ;, ". !. !' n" :Ili': t" ; .1 cal: (',!t' a- f >mni! '; are a : er reason; than to convince tloe: ; I propose: to sell you j
iLt tor t--i'i.'t't.: : Inf'r the pastt.k < : '..... '" ',.,n i. A' '. hem in the northern tart of the I
\ Evans i is > ",' "i ." ?-tw >\- \- i ': \ : v .t" ? : t -v.:' ; :' chaps !
belt, ii Maryland :
\ri.tl: ., nitl"! l'a:; I
Johns Hopkins !ho pi a".! ti o-t popular young girls in At- be down.-:Miltcn: Index wisely and a great calamity to thoseho I s ate that Lee county is 'P3L.y ;"i the Shoes, !Cloth and i
"v \\;\> .i1 tbt .
.t :ViM: "Mi: P" S'even* was 'ocatid a* \\ use them f->h>hly. and yet thert ; map of Florida-Alva Ire:>: ;; in Fort
>ks. !Her friendsdeligbt. -
t.':.1"1- IT!.. sera:.'.1\\ to( kththat Mrs ;;i\ .'r :''rm ti.; f,>r slake month'' '"t.y T: '- \\'. T-i\ ?'-i',> i:-"-'!!_. ,!"l't' '.- !hiu :- .::'ru n"iaS: American citizens: :M-er-: : Tropical Br""z, !, Clothes

'. .. UT.- :ae<% 'i't i i- n.)',\' i,!rv't'i'1! ':<_, -' '" :. '- :- b'\? ::i **.' C'iy t.' \' -:., i on "r:: > -ij: I.M- jr""i.n!; = 'hat'v
,. \\' '.irnw is nstan'ly improving am+ .., VM"' i ,.'r ;: r I. t :', >' .;' i'" '."" i, ' it will not be ver
that
', \ i cif hopes !:, V ":- \ .\.: .':." --Ir: \ I':' ::,'- :' :': -> ..' .._: >:::\.f ;1.r\ ". h :pnn vid: TL" Fi.ji; ia voter before. >> oaC::-= ; I intend to give you only good
i !h. she is entir.'ly,11 a-ain. : I I
tor.
aii/ art' i With daily! newspapers! telegram[ Troy will! ar-i\e here latr and will divine. And when they are through I his vote again. will do some thinking. : goods. I want you to see what I
Woodrow family n'oeeupv
!! : off <'.' telephone; and th.atrioa1tnnn l V aeeivnpa'ned; by Attorney MInter th:'y fink that they have not improve He will!! wish to kno.v why his taxes I bought while I was North. Will
in-J their elegant new r -; < noe on
j .' < ;", ,-u the big hn-! !'>. t'C? von'- \ViNof) :" t\tl.-'litPI: Rac.lrl e. Git hf wilom of Solomon, who ; are higher Tan they were last year. j, you come to see me?
. hrt King avenue, and !- T 'rcupltasur' :
. have this n. 'I. '. >;: : Mo leave home to o''01':''. tht sit' : : 'C( i\r-' ire neither riches nor i He Mv.ll: a-k; perrinent questions- : -_.-. -- -- ----- -
to
'. ,.,', ::1n; and if you're inclined that: | It is rather a compliment to T)::. ;.,--,' 'rtv" -'..l whQ declared "a good I questions that coc-aor:: : be evaded. The i

t i>pone
I lied! SSIIWt'\! \.- Georria caminneetins: for good meas administration to make a fight riches and loving favor rather i out why iT pinch.s.-\palaebicola

)! f!r Red Siun'l.T-; lire Atlanta Constitution! I interesting for him r-Commoner. I *han silver] or gold."-Commoner. 1,i Times. I

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l' I AGAINST A THIRD TERM ; < e.-" ?:. : :' : .v'a.i" c't,,
THINGS ( t } $ t"'v
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE? THOSE WHO SEE -!..1'J $ .1: "'1l'-> .. :; 'V'
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THE OCALA BANNER #-0\ -
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.. enti. To i Ih.:' Edit.ir of the World: i/ .. Emzitefcn thi
I difference between the In on of his gn at orations. The o."fecl: of Scott .. o: ,. :
the
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w 1 FRANK- HARRIS, Editor.P. I growers or cotton forming a trust: for tied '..\ Survey of Four Centuries," Under uiiiubir the of talc chip" ?; an is mlca.. 1.. 1. I..1... $
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--- V. Leavengood Business Manager. the price purpose of cotton of and regulating the millmeu tee selling who delivered Glasgow, before Scotland, in 1849, lIon. the country : It mates: then- plump, rc-y? active, _J........t"Py. ri.v 1
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P. weave the cotton into cloth forminga I Thomas Babington Macaulay, among some Cet? Liver Oil Hjrophosphites ....... cor-l&.i ,
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r. ('. .. I the selling priceof other things. said: .. ..
,'. .i..(_.!. ..:. :--.: .I trust to regulate article? i "A fifth secular period is about to Mr Roosevelt! 'I a-.',1 Cbrer-ia, ,o make fat, blood and bone, !, .
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.u ? manufactured .
the i W"-
> .:;",, Putting a : thci it is easily digested i:,' J
.1 is lack of alarm- &o"pui together
.r/\- ; There no I
..'"-.".....,, At "\ What is the difference between mill- commence. : c. : .:<. ;
.,-"" ."': I. / '...t'J' wheat and manufacture -i ists who will tell you that it is about ,country, .so by t little f.k.! i : ...
.:... '5,...J.-p., aieu who purchase I 1 I
't third term )
But a
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f \ flour forming a trust to I II to commenceunder evil auspices. i AND SI.OO
'- ---- it into iI i /LL. DrUCCJSTS : 5Oc. 1 h ,
the selling price of flour and from me you must expect no :suchgloomy' Uoofit's P ,. < '" '.
... regulate A" !! .o..P.sa. "
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1ft4r aoatications: :. I have in offioe. I :, :} : J J( 'i 9 l'J1' "' \
\".; /'ll Ih,- farmers who grow the wheat and I ; pro I, ; 9 44'.f v
"': '\- -;;; I heart! them too long and too oon taut ought never
"Jv"",*; _; -lV *"*we torm a crust: to control the selling
t > ';1l ?lt.'.>t ly to be scared by tbt-ia. Evor sine: for a first ntl ; '
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article
'I ;price of the raw ;
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.lf U---. ., .. 4.0 should oue trust look like a I I I began to makf observe: :inn on the In my jlh
Why
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j mountain? rate of my euun'r I hay been M- inli: -
molehill: and the other a I
--:--- ---,- Why i should outbe good ad the other :', }mg nothing but growth and lu-ann,:: tin' and i is : ,/3 House Wine

.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1907.Florida's bad'?Ocaia Banner. : of nothiusr but 1 teeny. Tlu- zaoii1contemplate I I :iC: a :! ))Wt

-- The Banner asks:> "what is the difference :, our oKV} in','r t. 1' ,I

I cou\in} vd I 1 ..i'11'hat they an K.-r, tl>' .
(
r Sea I.aud: cotton is quoted : ? nore i I TRY OUR
sound at h-.ir!. ::11.1: .'.' > I!uii'1''.:iti' i '.}lI.i. made ,
at 30 1-;! and !J1: ct-uts. I The difference is great. I
F .trd! rlv. tlidr: I i "A* I ;rav.'
b-i' i duu.\ :
Tit1 milluien who weave the cotton of as-- u> 4
S McLean county, Kentucky, of which I:' ino: cloth produce nothing. They I I siriii-zrn: i> -ull: !t'"r: uirta: >I';, jn'iii' i. I I.f' iiiv ditty; n i !I ll OHflNV ,
I \\.iiH: i.a- remit1': I I are [ ; ; LU uflHniPut
pur Otonb) is the cuimty sea, has: : have added nothing to the substance I Tilhu'i.tauc : l
hundred Ii oxnrlhi'OAn :so tu'.ic1 that I RI- JManl : :' 1\., I"1 to l'nt !
gone d.-y.! Thi mal-i-s: one i jOf the \\ rld. They have merely i .
1 counties now dry in Kentucky and 4'''changed a product from one form toanother. i I' Hut 1 :t't'Ult'1Ura',.io. ln; uniy; ; A-,'re not ;ru

; >ru\vd their soiii\! Tl.:.'> mi! !| ,iain the t pre= i
d PURE
tuCand only nineteen, \\ Fur that change, by a combination I I TUE.
I among themselves, a trust : stand!. augllolUli- : : imnunuMi'. vi1duatii 1I :!- :,, n :ird" !
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Tampa neds just about two bun i Ilf you please, they force the men, women : > au.i! i hurcUos I are ly in-t ill I Rivent > i

F dred more L;:j'el rooms right now. Before and children, whose labor furnished : hails oi rill:!> a.?: around u.;. I s<- I'ac i I that .' :

aj.f the san progresses far this the product-cotton-to pay I Ino rt-a.-i: : > d.>"t't.at: l>> thi- lIt''Y I ,!h'tnocratii : 4 full Qts

era n<*ed will .r.civube to n.ariy bmulrrtlmore. from hundreds to thousands percent.on I 1Ig'i l'I' tlod ."' a ,tic, : ,tad ;"''11pt'rlkIlk.Uey. : i I 1 that t.tat"1, ; up

Jou .-Tanu a Evening: ;\(-\\ :;. II' tbe price of the product in its; raw ou a p'tir: :i :, :io ynuoinlo! or Ii| Accoi.i.nj: :I Cartoons
state. I I which tl !is to prt'-tr\ V. !ha: is good I by; I I man. against in Fancy 'I)'

L Madame Boui de Ca>iellaine has Tu e men who furnish the world I rrfoiiuu.i- time; that i> t'\'iL.! ou: !dir stick is ",

in now an absolute divorce from her with a product-be it cotton, corn or i,. civil mst.ta. ioni'. 'v Li preserved i utoueu! to : : j I i Delivered at your

mIl husband, and all the claims against ; Aurtkt: -ha\e a God-given right to as- Un1ll.ipaB'ut to a lat, j'i.tunv. and ,lent, had a !

"111 Count Boni have been settled. His : ,MK-iate themselves together to pre- t that under the baiot: our en il JIl'! him. and on \ : I Office

I vast number of creditors are happy I iu-ut their further robbery by those I stinitums, our aeadeuiifai institution! ..; I requested to : ; Express

fattened their toil. I may lung oonnnue: '_i :s'oTirisb.' : I trus New York
have
1 I who on I I '
tucjurl: Escambia. Franklin Putnam Dade I, This is what the farmers are doing, I therefore: :, that when' a hundred years I :Mr. ; I For *48.20I

wh! orange and Monroe counties will ali acting in obedience to that natural I more have run out tins ancient col- from among i

..liE be at the bat In this wet or dry business Uv which i" expressed by the proverb lege will still continue to deserve. well! I the sum of $

during October.. Can you guess : that, ",-lf defense is the first: of our country and of mankind: days. anti
j how many will go dry?-Pensacola taw of nature." What Mr. :Maeaula said in 1S4'J iu I j Mr. f $1.00 i a Quart Whiskey; write foi

E News. And the iin: who would denominate I Scotland may well be repeated in licau I: Price list.Win
complete
Iml such a combination of farmersa :! l&i'T' in the United: States. We can used for the I .

nut King Edward who is said to bewearing trust is blind, and cannot see afar I remember as far back as half a century York state

qua : a $1,011I.000 diamond, associated off, and needs to be taught the way of and we have never known !a the pr si I I

by with jockeys when he was the equity, justice acid the golden rule time when there were not prophets The : House Rooms.

Prince of Wales. He can now meet more perfectly.-Jasper! NVw&. I foretelling the most direful things; names of I ___

F hotel clerks upon terms of equality.- Well, instead of using the cotton I that would happen to our unfortunate* goes without 1

is CourierJournal.The manufacturer for the purpose: of: illustration } I country, but all the whole} it has been proceedings < OCALA FLORIDA.

son Suppose the Ocala Banner making steady progress along all with Mr. _

pro b Madison New Enterprise refersto had used for this purpose the producers lines of development.Even I

and it as "The Sun. the Court Gazette" of phosphate rock tow about it during the war. when the men 4, Mr. THE

Now just watch 'em. Lum will be then? They surely produce: some- were all at the front and the women charges I

placed in the same class with the tning: and something:: that is neededto alone on the farm: the country seemed the : I

1'1:1:h balance of us.-Lake City Index. produce other things.A to have smiled with plenty.' The< "Certain i t I 'QrioD Hardware onjpaijy

Nell large number of our Florida ciuztns history:: cf the South does not record :Mr. II )

ter. Admiral Lord Charles Beresford.of have large capital invested in I any four years when greater yieMs repeated I

gut England, will command one of the this industry, and yet, like the cotton were made on the farms. There was Parker, the !,

f greatest fleet of warships ever gath- growers, for want of organization not only enough foodstuff made to< The -HEADQUARTERS -

ered together when he sails at the and combination, for a long time per- feed the folks at home, but to feed are ; I

1 head of the home and channel fleets mitted the consumers across the wa- our armies also. and the Northern armies fal:,<'." enca11' Wire Fencing,
I
hot
; for maneuvers next month.lion. ter to fix the selling price of their I got a large share of it, too. Mr.

N' output instead of doing it themselves. I Since the ending of that conflict has never I Sash, Doors and Blinds "

t/:1/ \ Were the phosphate prod to there has never been a day that the nor the I \.
J. X. C. Stockton says 'he iswUlin' grs Paints. Oils and Varnishes ,
organize a trust for the purpose of I South has not bettered her conditions: ten which :
J ''' like Barkis; but desires to fixing the selling price of their product I and looking back over a period of them and ii"j
find out just what Miss Politics thinks been Mill and Mining Supplies, .f
instead of allowing the consumers forty years her strides have inee
about it. Very sensibly, he thinks
to do so, would they be guilty of something marvelous. In my !
Turpentine Snpplies tf
she the primary ought to be put off till I r-;
tb last
an unpardonable sin? Our own state, almost to \et! in the ,
sre next August or ptember.-Lak catch the infection, has: been cobwebbed Cortelyou f '
I ret City Index. Were our turpentine operators to I Improved Farming Tools}0.
do tie same thing, would they likewise with railway lines, and townsend : I thy uf the ,

be guilty of a great sin? cities have sprung into existence conferred .
( Frank L. Mayes of the Pensacola A number of our venturesome: and : almost like made; and the condition shows that '! GET OUR PRICES

ouflis Journal is the logical prohibition candidate enterprising citizens have fur several of all the Eoplthas been improved to be: .' I II I I

for governor. He didn't hop years spent ;urge sums of money I Today Florida has as fine railway systems that he ,

ma on the band wagon after it got start- and devoted much time in sinking as can be found anywhere iu ed at a II.
COI t.tltl-he had hold of wheel when the Marion Hardware
a wells:: in the hurt: of discovering oil in the United Sates and her palatial hotels Cicala. Company
tl'ha chariot \as stuck in the mud.-St. Pe- Florida. are known all over the world and :

tersburg Independent. Suppose that these gentlemen someday every day her growth and develop- The i I II I
I 1r
I were to see their hopes realized ment is becoming more and more ac- New York ;

The probability that a new and and afterwards oil wells should be- ceierated. Mr. Frank : tI

sit modified quarantine against tropical come plentiful in Florida, and in or- I The development of the North and Dear Sir : I

i Koma countries will be maintained perpetu- der to protect themselves: from being i I Northwest have been even more marvelous night I took \

ally in New Orleans, instead of a ", waruped by ulcer and larger oil cor- I I than the development of theI and in i I II Millinery Opening

quarantine in summer months only, porations, they were to form a trust I I South, and the country continues to I came across: :
raTu ; and prosper despite the prophets ter and "
fur grow
as heretofore, was announced yesterday mutual protection and preservation -
I by Surgeon J. H. White of the would they be guilty of a great !I of evil who continue to multiply clear! and ,I

Crf United States marine hospital ser- t-\'il-and if not, .why not'nd ? I and make gloomy predictions here as; I have given We wish to announce that we will hold cur Annual Fall and Winter '

f vice. \ if one why not all'The ? they have done in England.for centur- colossal i opening of Fashionable Millinery en ,
re: !
i I ie.- inflicted
4 tuis
I editor of the Monticello! Xews ; We are living today in the golden country. It
s The fishing season is now on, and i and
the Savarese, Mcllvaine and other I -ays that th- editor of the MadifOG t-ra of the ages. Our people are bettor :agin to see i : Tuesday WednesdayOctober
a housed\ and better clothed and I 'inient in t
T ..ti fishing fleets will from now on be decidedly Record is dull!! of comprehension and! ;
I have more comfortable and luxurious : pulp it more ;
his busy at the snapper banks. the editor of tie Lake City Index say : 15th and 16th
I I : furnishings than at any period of the forward ,
:
d} The fishing industry is oue from that the edror\} of the Levy County 'I I
i Democrat it'o narrow between the world's history, and the inequalities present II I I MIss
which Florida draws several hundred i I Fannie Adreon, an expert; trimmer from Baltimore, will! be
fumt thousand dollars annually and Tampa ;! t.U'-s. Desls.tt"utl:; .tuen, de>i i-t. These ;I between tbe rich and the poor are beI I i : with us this season, as well as Miss Connigan, already well! known to
less and less marked. The
Ta"li comes in for a considerable! share. :r.x not !ii- kin-l: [ of bouquets: thtt coming : the ladies of this section.
i is !becoming more genera i t
prosperity
Florida; editun.tjht; to hand to out 1 We will be
Tampa Evening Xews. i glad to have the ladies call and inspect the varied creations -
I and uni\ersal. 1I
another.Jacksonville. Pat .
I : of the millinery. art. which we have this tot
year brought ?
This improvement is as marked I
--- What the and
I I City assure you beforehand of a pleasant v/il
The rier-J.nirnal: of the lUth I will soon haw deepwater along educational, intellectual, moral] surprise. Here you
Ytt Collins said : find all the latest shapes and styles both c._
prints froi'i the American Magazine to the j-ea. Capt. R. l;. Ro.-s: anti spiritual lines as along commeri "A true : trimmed and untrimmed. f ( \ ,

JatSt iul an articl t'Ui"e! i ".louusou I of Minnesota 'who has chaof the: dredging, resorts ia! and industrial" lines. I I thority to : Don't forget the date of the opening. ..

-A Studv" The author oi ;, that! the depth of the water at Never was the spirit of iiuentioi the governed / .

the artic'i'; William! Ilar'}. He sat :> :t: the lar: will su,>u be twenty-five rV-t and investigation; more rife than i: is I
; pies nor
wi MISS MARY
that Mr. ):Vr-n!: "m i, tlivat: beloved :i''Thiis a w'.'t..rful! achievement. toda>'. nor 1athe accomplishmentsbetn I eign AFLECK

inqu man in ve:: .!,I"t! :-WL''t and would : No close his
t I When the citizens of Jacksonvillefirst so grta one can ..
fit for ( ) ,
i 'i uot '" ilt' I- -mv! HHildil1g'. t )
make an i,!t'.d l p''--id"1! I a;; candidate :;: began buil<::11,4 the jetties boats : eyeto the fact that the world i ii i want them Clued Huut11. : :

ha for the ,I.-ii i>c.it: >. Hat this' is not i I 'd only twelve! i-et draft were admtIcd. } growing better and the masses be: ,' let ; / '( 1
ovsii' ,, I are I FLullI1).CUU..Mt":1.N.'Wl )_\.
what we -:.uu! t' 'u' u -aThe author II coming Liore intellige! more toler. "
Our safety; } : I In.i. _
aF :': u H.a! : ,>! eiucat; ;is a ----- ,- I en: auile': !' :':-i prepared to ;hart the. -the United : ._ __M M, 1a JiIIUrd'.lti' ,

s poor man an,1| :m !.l-i two campaigns! R'v. 1. D. Geiger: is truly optimsiticand 1--titu."- '. !u"- .es-inas that this age. that only in -. <-,

I Si'' in! Minneotajiti.t! the ju.-.jjniticant: takes: a pleasant: rainbow view of vouchsafed to them. ness and ....of.o.oRtt+t..rtoet,.tteeooauo. .. .
: .
alt I t i .*. .**44** :
sum of owl z-::: ,"""+. Who said tbat :
tVure
the ; of Columbia college. Ht
I I : i salvation in
I Ksu the poor 11.11 ::'i !politics!!} was eliminated } } that tl.e this ? ; i
says college years opened ; Mr. Parrot: is in New York, and iran i no active > |

... lit ? wit!: Jill: pupils! and next year it I interview with a reporter of the' example ia l Adding 8W Accounts *

gu -- will have ;U::111.1>, and the the next ;year New York Tn'iune.' we learn from by: us into J .

\ BrooksviHe! Heniando county, Flor- Ui'O. If it keeps up this ratio carpenters -i ttht.. Jatk.-uiuil'.f! Metropolis, statecthat I, tangling 4 t
: TW ida, has organize board of trade will have to be kept busy all the i 1
work :
tuEar
; on Coast extension Peace and i
.l '. with a view to developing tbe industrial year round enlarging the buildings. 1\ Ill lot be :nM! :. !klt,.1 He said ;I Amen, say We arc constantly 1 adding new acCounts :
i
and agricultural
tI town and county. Hernando resources of the that the amotlnt of monexpendedon .1 Animals. \ and business is I II
comity Editor Appleyard of the Lake City this work has been entirely within-I our increasing at
1 has rich lands a* yet largely
I undeveloped Index that I
says if the saloons had tc'
the limits of the
'I I original estimates, I Senator
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I, setll timber, and lies a adjacent fine body to of hardwood I depend on his patronage that they I and the undertaking is not beyond were | I a very satisfactory: rate. Possibly you also J
BrooksvilJe, would have to go instantly out of bus- I Mr. financial

1 II 01)4 containing, ash gum.white magnolia oak live, cedar oak, hickory and-.I iness Farmer, and of wants to know if Brother, I on Flagler's to completion. We ability hope to that carry through were held : ) | | iniplu be glad to join ti S. o: <$ yj

Lecounty who ,
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runs a
Mr. Parrott is
tlli other woods. Immediate correct and that this and were '
steps i I
are ba-
ing taken to establish: furniture strong prohibition newspaper, can !igreat piece of engineering will befinished certain f fI
: wag- say as much. But what's the need ol'f j and will stand for all time fact !Iat,
on and implement factories I asa the
i : up at home the fine hardwood to now work being making public an editor's weakness? I,I monument to its projector. I <,'it! ,i..-"i. ,It. | ( I t COMMERCIAL BANK I

i{ bo shipped away to be manU etured. The i IS'O': ,,; I '
1 as Mr. M. L. Shane is secretary of republican convention in X- Frank Clark pleads for prohibition :'.1'' I, + ,
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+ MODEL CONVICT- CAMPS I II i I IJ01,1l PROHIBITION VALDOSTA WORKS WELL IN s SEVERE[ [ [ECZEMA H HHHH H H ZH4** ** Df


T. Lewis of Marion county, !; tm1J

sL : : Sheriff of Lowndes County, Georgia, V
prison inspector, was at the Cv- : a


eret'four from convict last hi> regular night camps, having inspection near just Jacksonville.returned of the i I a While prisoner Testifies in Savannah wanted in Valdosta Its yesterday Faver to Sheriff gpt :. CURED I'I S SOUTH'Sud'ers :f: We Are Increasing iuir"i.


T. J. Passmore of Lowndes b *
The first II county .
camp visited by Mr. Lewis t,,
was that of C. T. Boyd and Company was asked what effect prohibition was Three Years-Hands and T

at Duval Station, about fourteen i having on Valdosta since the saloon j Eye Most Affected Employed -t" Our Stoc
closed a few weeks ago. t
miles from the city, and whichis 1 I Sheriff Passmore said that the decrease : Doctor to No Effect-Now Entirely :
regarded by the authorities as: one i 1v 1J
in the number cf prisoners in Recovered ard Will! Recommend .
of the best in the state. I
"The Boyd outfit," said Mr. Lewis, ] jail is noticeable already, and that a ;, -. TALL ':i FOR THE WIXTKK; TU.VDE AXL (GET; IX DAILY ,:tt .

number of the worthless negroes and CUTICURA REMEDIES IN -
"is> a model camp, and is in many re- I !;
,'V' spt-ctb, considerably above the legal whiter: are leaving for other places. PARTS OF PARISH t: >J T


R-quiremeatb.employed The by the thirty-eight firm in turpen-convicts He will said not will be that work ann he well is worse, and satisfied off that for the prohibition being city'-;>: "My wif. was taVn.: badly with PC- I ,,t ( S M EIHlNGGO DJo EA T ) :T r.


Uue work, are well fed, well clothed ZCma for three year, and "htt-mplfld: r .. Jrii
deprived of the revenue that has. here : a doctor with noeffrtt w. .
and well cared for
generally. They
have a good cook and tofore, been paid by the saloons. I } he at all until Cu .-..rrni. .... \ '
sleep on enameled employed f. !1\\-1.: :; I ''PKNK': -- ---- ---
M ---- -- -- -- ----- $
.U( tub sher.n, said Mr. Pas more, ticura Soap and
iron bedsteads, with two sheets. I. I ...
I j"l aa in a i)o.- afar to notice the de- Ointment. Onti'e fl vTj
This camp: is absolutely clean, from of her hands and : .j;, ----- -- -- -
cruse iu th; number of boner..,
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start to finish, and, m tact, I found in her left f\>> were '.
a I l l't'l'AN WE j dAVE: : i..
; and al-o iu kn'..w that a :great mau, : bad i y affVt t--d, i &'jr. J New Mackerel 1 t" ..i
all r'/ tour camps but oue: sick man, and "fthiTi .-< h ewould : .
of the xvoKhies-: class iiau.: left the' V' t Strawberry Beets, 20 cents. .
and \t w-i- buffering from heart trouble st"p using ;! a".f
city for other plate.i know that at'': t Cuticura S ap and I ; Cod! Fish Balls in 25 cent cans Rhubarb 15 ';Jw
and Will: be brought to the city ill Ointnit-rit th. eezerna cents.

for fxatuiua'iou, and probably be sent least: se\em.-rhe: worthless negroeshave ; ;, J, eamfback., ; G Soused Mackerel in 20 cent cans. They Big Hominy, 15 cents. 4'
lef!. I also know that uiauy i but very lighty! ; I +

to"UK 1 n'I1d: convict the hospital.-Boyd camp about lu+ ,' '.lute: menno us-ed to hunt around but it did with her a the sight instructions<>t goal Thr-n in wing iecomplitii : t :' ; make a fine dish for breakfast. Apricots, White Rose for small families 1;,

:;uioons all dar kl\t. gone to other the entire of 'utieura Reni.-dn-s
bet i 20 cents.
o'clock Saturday morning, and found Cod Fish Brick 15 ,
cents.
and in'wife She ,
pla es. : is entirely rncoveivo. I.;9 r t'
i that th men had already knocked off. thanks Cuticura vtry'niuch, and willreconuiuiKt Mush Rooms small cans 15 cents.
They have a regular weekly task, so 'We have a good, growing town, I .it highly in our i l-n-ality, I o Pare Ivljple 1 Syrup, in pint and quart ....
au,1 there la no dan.l'r of its beiug rt- i and inv.r nook and cnrr.t-r < f >.urparish. : !4-:' French Peas, small cans, 10 cents. ""i'"
if they get through Friday afternoon, (iod b.s; viHj for 'he :-IKC of and 60
why the rest 01 the week is theirs. larded iu its growth by having &aoous euffeni;; huniMiitx. I. Si. KoU-rr Hvdroiwlt ; bottles, 35 cents. Red Hot Chili Con Carne, 10 and 15c. r1'
abolished.:: The people wanted -, La., Jaii.: .", uiiu S'pt. l, !!iu.:"
Ai the other three camps they knockoff I Dundee's Marmalade in crocks 30 '
cts. Red Hot Tomales 10 cents.
whiskey to go, and they put it i -
ai :a: o'clock every Saturday afternoon om'l i- LJ xJ
and they are not going to let the. I'I'I Blue Label Deviled Ham 15
SOUTHERN
whetfcer they have done their ]! MAN CURED ;: Cross & Bla kwell's Pickles and Chow cents.
place be injured: I "t
task or not. This gives them a cHanceto When asked what he thought[ about I Of a Terrible Eczema by Cuticurain ; 1Cu'filftr t Chow, 25 cents. Blue Label Potted Tongue, iO,.cents.

take their regular weekly bath, Six \Ve ks.
"blind tigers" being run there, he Blue Label Boned Chicken, 50 cents. "1Jr i '
pre.icribed in the regulations. 'I "Some time ago I MitNrwi: trribly I 1 Austin, Nichols & Co.'s Olives which
"Punishment is a rare thing at any said that there are persons: of course, I with eczema: and I had t''t> t..--t IlH.diI I White Rose Shrimp, 15 and 25 cents. rill
< the who are ready to violate the law cal attendance, but the more fUf'l 'lI'll1" I ,J are very fine and sell f from 15 to bOc.Vhitc ...1't
of these camps, continued inspector. whatever the penalty might be, but i I took the worse it t't'fI\"d to K>''.. I i iI Rose Lobster, 25: cents. ..:
"There has been none at theDod kept on with mei(-ine i--r al.out five ( "I,'.)
that such selling would be kept within -I week.until I saw the Cuutura Hrmi i .,.
camp for some time, and at the
bounds.-Savannah News. edies advertised, and I ;.t t net:' purchased I
oiber ,yinijj-. only one case in two I the Cuticura Soap, \ituura i 4I ran
Ointment and Cuticura Ke-olvent] j LINE OF CE EeLS FOR THE WINTER
Wi'''''':;,\..'. H. Barnes has two camps I hilt i I pUR .r.
The Southern Colonel and the Julep.In had not the: slightest h..ut' of them I j 1+P
bets lJ. Hogan and Center Park, the Courier-Journal Editor Wat- curing me. After 1 had ud l the tzr-tset I
with It'\' nty-two convicts; while at of the Cuticura Roi"eciif-: j-aw the I WILL BE t'OMl'LKTEVK'( XV< HAVEDr.
erson discusses the mint julep, improvement, and in jut sip i wt.?- my ck'l"t.
the camp of R. O. Moore & Co., at which, he says, "the Southerner sips skin was as .-moth aei... 1 advise I, PriceV \\Theat FlahesB1aiihe's :.r.-
Celery
Center Park, thirty convicts are em- : any oue suffering! inn this t.-rnilediva :! : I II ...
with the leisurely dignity of a Roman I :;*' to a-e the Ct'('ura lleiml.s.Henry : : It I .
,. ..... ployed. .All of these hub-lessees, ad- discussing a choice vintage at a s-yni-: t J. Steiljes, 132: I'Ij;.ring: St., I II ...:. Toasted Corn Flakes:

ded Mr. Lewis, "not only fully corns posiac," while the New Yorker "dash Ct1Airl..ton, S. C., June 12: l'l lli." "'i-.J Cream ( > "Wheat t a". ..
External and Intern! TmIT"r.t fur ,
ply with the regulations but go con I Ever Humorot Infants, "li'liircn.( mil :'. ,. ,,
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es his drinks to their destruction as a > 'I I
wish sists Cutii-iira sixii> ::2'5e ) to. 1 I 1.n''x the >km : Er' iSToodles \e.: -\c.: "r"
i $ ;
them and ,
siderably beyond ; drives nail!" And of the t'u uura OHitrufDC (:;(k ) to net 'Ii.' >MH, jini :
carpenter a .
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( ituurjK M>i\ent< 4ki 'r'I' the bevy >fc > r !.flu I .
that everybody who is at all interested CuttrdPllt,.$:r. .",'Mil.Wilt) !'ar.:\' in.. I b".oti. "/ rr
julep joke he says: Sru: A tVia. I ",,.J .
matters could visit them .
in such and CorpHilc l'rt'ps. Boatun. Ua.Of -*
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"But why should julep joke
MdUcd free.now wire bun Uuoori
and see for themselves." the shad-bellied colonel with the 1. Visit r
Lewis leaves here this i : O.KGROCERV
Inspector iI
tierce mustache and the dusty larnyx I I
morning for Tallahassee, and from pass from literature merely becauseof I Two Ocala Lawyers at Tavares j "1.t:. the t

there goes? on to Pensacola his work days a wave of prohibition engulfing the I Lawyers belong to a noble awcal{ ,...? and be convinced: that we carry an up-to-date line of 4Jr
him on the road' seven
keeping in the, week the year round.-Times- south-if anything so dry as prohibi- tion, even if the populace do not always : : goods, and have one of the prettiest and cleanest stores t... r
tion may be called a wave? The stor- ". *
recognize the profession at: i'" in Ocala.ir .1t
Union. ies told by Uncle Ileums, concerning


A CASE IN POINT Br'er certain Rabbit philosophical and Br'er observations Fox have always of- such.burned It on was the Cicero's forum and great iu fire the that sea: Ii, :t: PgOije CLeRK BROS. Prop. :


been, and will always be, good ate at Rome; it was his tire tha I

To the Editor Ocala ilauner: literature. A majority of readers dro\e the traitor Catiline from lOlll..j{
there be :some truth D
After .J.l may know that the interesting conversations -and the infamous Claudius; it was the i

in the :s rtions of the whiskey element between the animals do not actually sacred tire of Demosthenes that aruus-j I

that doing away with saloons take place, but nevertheless, cd Athens; it was the eloquence of ---- --- -----.---- -. ____ __ h _ __ __ __ __ ___ __

would injure the business of a town. Dr'er Rabbit and Dr'er Fox are interesting Phillip that nerved Leonidas and bbI I I MANUFACTURED IN OCALA I '
let roe give you an incident that personalities, and to most of three hundred followers at Thermop i .

a' came under my observation. To a us, real acquaintances. Even if pro- ylae for the salvation of their country Do you know that we are makIng I WANT BIG CHOPS T"F.EN USE IDEAL FEI ij TILIZEF;

Florida town before it went cement brick in ocala which are: superior : -: _
certain hibition proves as eternal as the hills ; it was a lawyer when the Apos- <
the I I lasting quality to any other : ., 1I
from in ,
old fellow
dry ) came an and the weeds grow knee-high.in the tles became alarmed and dispersed in
dry, make of brick on the market and I :: OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU
country. He was exceedingly paths of the prohibition drug stores, the garden and deserted the blessed we can sell them as cheap as other I

himself, \vhen! be arrived, and not there is no good reason why the mint I I Messiah, that stood firm, his heart makes in large or small quantities. II. 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES" complete "IRISH POTATOES"-Book on

having the' price of a drink, or credit julep joke, which is probably- one of swelling with indignation at the We also manufacture and have on : manual on Florida crops. "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultira-

at the saloon, he hied himself to a the original thirteen, should pass from I treatment of Christ on Calvary amid hand hexagon blocks for paving pur- tion, Effect of Fertilizers, Digging 1

general store, where he had given a our literature or why the southern] the Roman bayonets, and bten took poses. : "FLORIDA ORANGES"-Book of and Slipping! II
We will be glad to answer all in- w
crop lein for his year's supplies. There, colonel of fiction should be shelvedby i down our Savior, dressed him in linen quiries and show Samples. .: special interest to orange grow- "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING" t

be got j" cents worth of bacon, carried the illustrated wet'klles-Atlanta I and embalmed him in the sepulchre. WOODMAR SAND AND STONE CO. :: ers. special interest to pineapple .

it m.-r to the bar and exchanged Constitution. These advocates did all this, but it ". P. O. Box 956, growers.

it r r.aI.tlt of whiskey. Thus two remained for Hon. R. A. Burford, a lo-4-wtf. Ocala. Florida. I i <4i t: "FLORIDA STRA WBERRIES"- "IDEAL FERTILIZERS"- J

ira+IVV f Wile made and the volume of High Fliers. worthy advocate of Ocala, to arouse Large Residence for Rent j'I .4.I Duoklet on "Foil, Varieties, Cul I all of our different brands, analyses i

busTnes.doubled, through the info Gay little birds, with your hearts. so and startle by his mighty voice the The Alfred House near the Sea-': J> tivation and Fertilization." prices, etc. :

race of the saloon. Had there been light inhabitants of the quiet little town of board Air Line depot, is for rent. Has :
I New and revised edition ot the above just published, free for asking.
uo liar, h,- would have very likely carried Oh, teach me to laugh at mi care; Tavares. While pleading to a jury in 12 rooms and more than an acre of j; <'t ---- ..- --
land. Rent. $2': I per month Apply to :
suffering I
I :he lea.?on home to his for you i a damage suit case his voice was distinctly David S. Woodrow, Holder Block. : ]
!WILSON & TflflMER FERILTIZER COMPANY
family. Go caroling forth in the morning j heard a mile away. On being Ocala, Fla. H'-4-tf-w. 1 *

But thi- fti-. not aU. The lint pro- bright aroused from an afternoon nap a lady; .t J ACh.UNV1LLE FLA.
-- -- -- ---- -
duced ary respectable jag. Too With your cute little bills all over inquired of her husband the cause of ---- .Jt

marshal y..t one dollar for the arrest dew. the noise and he replied that it was IT WILL, j : a.asao............... a.a.........o..sti......w

the mayor fined him ten dollars. All Saturday Evening Post. Jim Connor driving cows around the ._ 1

of which: his friends paid through ,lake. Mr. Burford's speech was like,
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h> n i>ath\ for his family). Here we Wants a Road From Ocala to Orlando;!;a mountain stream, which comes rushing l W: ':T'I J v m

dollars' worth of business we pointed out the I! roaring, frothing thundering r ,
,fern* twelve! Some time ago If you have on hand to sell, or if yo ,II
done rleven dollars in cold cash advantages of having a hard road;i down the mountain. His eloquent and a H. A. SpencerAV L. E. Lang: J. A. BoutierAnnouncement !

put in cin':ilation: all through the in from Ocala to Orlando. Neither of I i loud plea won the: verdict for the I are thinking of coming to FlorIda

fiueurei one measly little pint of the, three counties conct'rned-Ma-:I t company he so ably represents lu I to make it your home, or '.

"Uc Ir-r rum, Lake and Oi ange-would have i I: startling others he startled the opposing if ycu desire to invest I ,:

At thi.ate there is just $.*'" much road to construct in order to i i counsel Col. L.V.. Duvai. whose:' '

business, in a barrel of the111ft' the entire road. Only a few !I| voice is like a blissful, placid r'ver: i In any kind of Flor- }
of complete
worth have : ed the
I ( ju- t pure:ia' splendidly equippedmachinery I
not take many l he filled. Marion county that runs along the lawns kiv-ing: ; 1
Hence it would sapsneed to I I i ida property, | plant of thtonge: and Cline Company: ,
Ocala down to the as its waters along I
from pass
road grasses
brrrl I t = ;,oom a town. has a hard II I SSE OR WRITE TO i
t 4)? Z. GRAHAM. the west side of Lake Weir.. They :' -Tavares Herald. I and solicit a share of the repair work Marion: and i

t Kendrick, Fla. should build it on to the Lake: county i j I adjoining counties.: 'We- make a specialty of repairing \
N
4 t line and Lake should complete its,!; SUED FOR $100,000 IUU1GS1&1SEstate J \ I steam pumps, gas engine, etc. =

Commissionell from lardy Lake to meet it. We i Deacon White of Wall Street Fame Let prices.Ocala ,
After the R. R. road Dealers. us quote you I Ii
\\ell, what do you think of should: then fill the two short gap between ; After New York World ijeul
Lisbon and Eustis. range : Decon S. V. White of Brooklin and
his
th'.v"' ('u :- Coilriugton says; railroad in county's clay roads extend almost : Wall street has brought suit of $hlll'-' !!, Ocala, Florida Gas EngineCompany
that "the state i I
lld.h'S! either compel the from Orlando to the; Lake county line i UH'H damage: against J. H.. Goldfrap 1I I -------- ------ -- -- ---

coastal. :-i:1:I should the ;3-cent: south: east of Mt. Dora. The claying: and the News publishing company, !J. R. Moorhead, D. S. WoCdrOw,. .
adopt
I. A: X i.ulroad: to would makea which publishes the Evening World.
resignations to the of these short distances : I President. Secretary.

fait. 01' :gaud their inclined to hard road from Ocala to Orlando because or an article which appeared I B. J. Potter, Gen. Mgr. L .

|u\\ ;lll.'l' are rather he track suitable for automobiles in that paper on Sept.. IS. Mr. White I COMPASY ''t 4?' !. 't':; u"jI 'r..rnW".P H
but then it does look It would a jffOODUAB i SAND AND STONE _
agr( t: ttiit''hris i be and other! vehicles between : who is a lawyer as well as a financier, Builders of -- ,
Chris to -- --- - -- ----- -----
U1t'a' l.;e treason for New En I two important cine? of the ute. it ;i drew the papers hinueif. and they are( I! CEMENT SIDEWALKS ..... u ..._ ------ -- --S- ___ ___ _______,
-.I\u'iug ['h>, wav.-MadKsou I and!'
in anything
h. would pass thresh 1'l'll"1'--1'ms picturesque spots just as Dealers in -- -- -- -- n. : lrah t

r terprise.: secti('!1- -t' tVt.: counties : which the deacon writes or says is LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers Juhu :'01. ('ra:\as \V. D. ; ,
railroad1owiui.Mi' growing I
We d.. not think that the I '
for The three boa-d-: -: l'"ll.lcommis apt to be picturesque. \ of

ought to We be blamed understand I sioners shouU .,i'. l:L.- i'!"--itter up j Mr. White's suit is based on the( I CONCRETE BLOCKS, GRAHAM BROTHERS

what it cannot help. delay and adopt some plan : ?;ory of tbe expulsion from the smoak- : MATERIAL ;

that the L. & S railroad before has appealedits the federal I for without co:.-pkti'g! : me road. It would pay lug of the stock exchange of a number:: PAVING FENCE POSTS, Etc. Marion County Abstract Company.

case and it is now cannot 10011' cent on the investment, its legit: : of "put" and "call" brokers. The Estimates and plans furnished and

courts, and of course we ., > cm.urcial. ; said that Mr. White was among
: story
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commission to than five yu--U l contracts taken. Fire Insurance
expect the Florida I .1 the men expelled. :Mr. White said
especially : P. 0. Box 955 Ocala! Florida.
and _
override the courts, in the Eagle the following day, just. '
Give the on City Property. .of. Farrqs end! Farm Lands for Sole
the United States courts. The Woman's Christian Temperance 'j as he says now in the complaint, thai t
IfYestmelts
devil 1i'j due.A Union of Florida will Wet in, i he was not among those who were ;

its twenty-fourth annual convention l!ejected. I jHANDYOTH PAPER NO. )MAGNOLIA. OCAL.PLORID..:\ e

Criminal Attack 1907. All l -- ---
19-22, disinfectantPlace
November A moth destroyer and
frequently Palatka
on au inonVu! >,i\e citizen is in and one delegate Skin. under carpets, or in the folds --
little unions For Chapped
,' made in teat; apparently useless ;officers of local i 1 of furs and cl thing it drives away "
tube caltl d: the "appendix.Its: gen'erally for each twenty members are en Chapped skin, whether on the hand:' I moth andyry.. Twelve sheets: In a -
th of protractedI conSTl- entertainment. It is hoped l or face may be cured in one night bi'' packet, carriage prepaid, 10 cents;
j-suit liver torpor f\. titled to applying Chamberlain's Salve. It is)1! sis packets, 50 cents, if druggist does
nation, tvHoxuug th-' will be a very large attendance for nipples. it. '
regulate there also unequalled sore not have Red Saunders <
King's:; New Life Pills: and est :;+1- MINNIE E. NEAL President. burns and seaJ*;. FT sale by al 1 Ii Madigan powder Works, Selection 803ClarksviHe ,
liver, prevent appendicitis ..'' Iowa. .
of the 00" P. DEAN, Ree. See. druggists. m l
lisp regular aabits: .., 3L\BEL 1
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1. "" '''''= U.\1 office in the I that a dOZt'll"t'ar ago it cost lom.i.r.; .".
the clerk's
">f1".1" We visited :
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\ ff".J- .. ilj 'I athely little ;o get out a '. COLDVEATHER
shown
C i new court house, and were ; \ rand i
*** Wages were low. paper stock 'van
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mi OIflU MJfeJ; ,_\t, V\Z v. .:.i t.. "' through; the magnificent vault. Everyj j less reading matter was require.'. fJ a -
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CURE. thing: stone and steel-even the window In a dozen year: the
SAl-SICK \' .!J liS;" '1', .".J S. .. 'I."fII This I Ii than today. raised 1. if.::! 'In time of peace prepare
'S\ been
!trP1 r absolutely fireproof. have
; "IPRMlleY' shades wages of printers : Washington's, saying,
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CA- l .4i'\, ...,.__ .r .. one-thuM" t Is nearly; here, as L'1terif earing; Apparel -
costs i
OMA4Y) YEARS 1G fiI 8!;r,"" r I. 11EMAar i> the most complete and convenient per cent., and pager I in your supply! of
I\f'Tr;) ISrAS I'iS':r''A .-; g for we advise you to put ; :
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R16A7RrlTEAhDiALT'; IJ :" "; ?'.hSI : piE> now '
.,.. !| continues;: s Ii both: in
L. MSRREE thousand best garments, '
KIYi o'/IIT"TRoAt A": s .r n. more than a the :
for possibly Lanolin
25 CEHS: ; f.:' i -iinn'" I\1'tion' ''i' M J:> !pese'niunn ; 11 This as none o'herwe: are ? idea .
r; ,. tORSAtEeHLlli'A: records adjustable to any *'kt'2- The! ,followin! gives
r'e
it ; ('hin"' : > newtapT! ial'Jdby! us.
end quality
J. I .n 4 make ever cent more
STEVtJTfr.t1: uok. The book tables are &o con- !Jt'1' 'o lIM T1.! "ownisl1 J! I'll.ju! '=!rirN;. ,7 and our goods are worth 25 per *, t
-- ---- ; of the .T the prices range, .
boobwill -ho.vn tat *:h -tructed that the largest record hut tin :> ha- t i $ ** | ; 1 .V

-- -MAKES THE NATION flat when opened I men and women at --ork today t than Y:e ask. _* & w +SFi.e 7 (
WHAT lie perfectly more .y. '_'. { .
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GREAT? it makes no difference at what page. i in new'I1:1vr than ev'r !before. The i ",,"!'rA .am ,.',--r-.SKJMKE ,ss,"'''s3' J';E''' *JTBra!z.,*.. ..... r I' ,

from first to last. There are the file: | reason is thai newspapers nv,= more a ar ;; r---- and styles |

... the Ocala ail i : fO "r'.v!. give I j Suits all the latest weaves
Under! thf abo\o heading for every and any kind of paper, 1 I r', th- niCntthan :i : i I : Men's n fi

so that any; "! readiii; an.! a larger ant! 'nferlI I
C Banner, a few weeks i ao, published numbered and indexed mare i' to $13.98

editorial which has attracted paper may he found in a few seconds I, palter: in ''i ..(ry. '\':1Th:1n, : wath1 case:: ,; :} at $4.93 I
an and
I fit
I former \"ears.j made to rI
t in
much attention from the state press. time. | I II Men's Overcoats and Ci .var.ettes i ,
marker that 4' i.-a
The importance of such a ileijoM- j There is norbinK on the : .

In brief the Banner believes that tory for the records: of the county !'anonly I jneople! cer >o Tach o' for th-Mr money I I waterproof at $j- 98 to $ 1} 2.98 \|\ ,

what most contributes to the nation'sgreatness he mmut"h imagined by nv : a- they dn in rtnewrap,9': at nl. i I I ,

is, not large armies, or who see the large number of '.>o')!k-i: !l ir' sent fm. Ir i-; rich in net,-, fnlljv! ,. Ladies' Jackets and (( cats the !ktest colors and well | I'

great fleets but vast business interests thousands, of papers in the clerk's j'1 )d entertauirent. in'lee'i! I. :1: n.-''zssiyff't' ; i 1a !

such as those of the present day and office And then by way of comparison : the co'in'ina:; loom the stores" audi.;! !i 1 1 1Trie :'.\"&". '; made, ....t SL98! to $-;,98 {

in America, and says, "the true and think I I I"I 1 3
of a to the increasing business I home. If! and Pants at popular prices |
enduring greatness Suits
and
lasting of
of a small book, about 8x15 mcaes With This increase in the east I Boys'

nation comes through the silent and records of the : and ffHuiasu papers wil': t I
the
pulsating channels of trade." 13'' pages four, holding years, dating from bH certainly preparing come increased" rate ,,t *ur>- 5 i | \Vhve just added to our lines Ladies't.t.Readytowear fa
county
i I If <)
To this the Punta Gorda article Herald was replied to 1848. This is the oldest county record scription and l advertising.; T'T T:1Prp: is x; Skirts and Shirt \f[atsts. Also Trimmed Hats
Banner's
saying the |
now in the county. From that nothing else left to rIp. at( I

"a. long and able apology for the men there has been about one hun We: do not elie!> rMr! 'he Ocala '.>

who, under the pretense of benefiting date > :5uhscr; ; trade with as we guarantee our goods pI
dred and twenty-five books filled and Weekly Banner: has .1'H: It : I i 1 It pays to us, f)

humanity have robbed mankind ol The record er who i is: not free TO \I'kuowlt-: \ p i ',' will be
of them very large. I I'' refunded |
most y
more than a fair share of the world'swealth i books now being used.are about 12x18 that he g<-t* more than !hi- mont>y'- | e: I to give satisfaction or full purchase price ,

The Herald adds "it is; I
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and the records are worth. I ISCHOOL
inches. 640 pages I No explanation necessary
enough to point to the Elizabethan made with a special typewriter, man- 1 ,

era when brains not business, made for this purpose alone, Give us your order in the eveniii! i iif 1
ufactured COMFORTS?
England: the greatest country on thereby saving much time, space and you want your breakfast meats on!' j S QES THAT WEflR. BLAKKETS AND
A
s
earth. And again., "but greater even tbe county. of our large ice box in time for a >> ,

than the golden age of brains is the money Besides to the clerk's office and vault, o'clock breakfast. Pure Food Mat-- i I J, '+ TRUNKS AND BAGS
"
golden age of Christianity. recordingroom ket. Phone 132.: x :
Since these two editorials appearedthe there is also a private that is handled by j
where the recorder may have ---- In fact we have almost everything any
5
the
Banner bas: answered and NOTICE OF ELECTION ;

Herald has made reply. absolute privacy while doing this vel'Y.particular I : Dry Goods and Clothing Store. It will (
cs-I I
work.In For Creating a Special Tax Road ; | up-to-date .
I The Democrat has no desire to interfere
I.- .
writing a description of the new trict at Martel 1 I.I
with a discussion that has become ______ i to investigateLzcjr '
office fixtures etc., it is not our in- | pay you
,
almost personal but it seems to Notice is hereby given that an elec-i i :, ...._. II
desire to awaken any special <":;! : '
us that both the Banner and the Herald tention or of tion is called and will be held at )lar- ;.' S3=:=Erz
are far a-field.! The argument of! envy within the panting heart tel Marion county, Florida, at the usual j ; : : I c'

some political aspirant. Mr. S. T. voting; place, during the hours .
tie
the Herald regarding "golden age r '
Sistrunk is still performing the du from 8 o'clock a. m., to sun down of .A"
:
of Christianity is unanswerable ties of the office of clerk with entire Monday, December 4th, A. D. 1907. i ?

It is unsatisfactory, as such assertionsalways for the purpose of creating a specialtax : 1?' ';:.\. ,
and :
for the that mankind satisfaction to his constituents road district to be known as: flier 1 I ( .. r1" \-::. .
reason .
are
: 5.L1f14i7l'.' 41- ..
.
himself. True he has !''i '(-; .. /a ..:; l!! 7JREtot'l
with honor to Martel special; tax road district. i .;.if. 4Y ; t / 0 .;y
demands argument which he '.WI ( .
i an held the office sufficient time generally The boundaries of the said 1'OltI': I' !' J:;1 :,1J. :y I. 'I i.i" = J. ., ".'.,.

i can fully comprehend, and his one always district to be as follows: '[ : .. nA .".",.. t.So .l.<,, ..,,.-.,-"f.p.*,.! "ii"NA. "
allotted to one person-not &-! d.
J means of comprehension being by the Beginning at the northeast Bern rI I j! .. ... ,...,. ... ..7"'tI'. :v
however. If memory serves me correctly 21 __ _. ... -- .... .- ,. -'t ,.... ,... :.
31 15, i -- i
section township range
p comparison of one tangible object or of _' .. .' < : 1-
...' 1.\.4..C. .;
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has been of' : .. ,
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think Jas. A. McLean thence north to northeast corner .J.i"'rJ"I: -
'r subject with another, and Christianity 'J : :, <'
clerk of Walton county great though its influence unquestionably north ] :'L (#: 1
Fla.) for at least twenty corner of section :21: thence to il&JS. {."' I'
Springs. l'F .r.
is and should be, fails as an southeast comer of section, township I) .. .. ",ij.if".. .:
and they i -
t illustration in that it is not to be seen years.: lIe's on to his job 15, range 21, thence west TO tV i iI ; _. : "- :- ... -
couldn't beat him were they to try. !southwest corner of section ".. TIJWIJ- .1 '" :
by the eye or tuoched by the hand, I .i. t
i
Wishing it thoroughly understood ship 15, range 20, thence south tu 1
.
therefore the Democrat passes this by of section 27. thence l1f
southwest corner
without consideration for the: Demo mat I am not defending Mr. Sistrunkfor I .,.. tv......__"' ..-..--q .'_ H: "' JD IIL"'FIW. Y
of beginning, comprising -C-
at this early stageof east to place I .!:''f"!: s.mg. g iR. _- 4+PTMf_:' .....'." "'_.5i.u.i ..iJt .._ I)
frat must confine itself to the thingsof the position the following sections to-wit: 7. 1\, 9.
tbe "'will act in that particular -' 16 18 20. 21 and 30. all in
game- 17 19 rJ.I
this world rather than attempt to 9'
I for the county's best interest as township 15, range 21: also section- I !
measure: the power or influence of 10,11,12,13,14,15,2.. n_3,21,2.1,2'and : ---- -- --- -
I see it, regardless of personal friendship !-
God. :20!I to I
27, in township 15, range I .
Therefore, after eliminating the argument policy or persuasion, when the be known as the Martel special tax I NOTICE I IIi NOTICEIn i

of the influence of Christianity proper time presents itself-but that road district, and to elect three road F1sHEL'ssPF'f l
efficient courteous trustees to vote on the millage to be I Ciicni' Omit\ Fifth J.I i Hi lal! t'r: ,
he is competent jed Under '
!ii"( !" TiD:
believes that the .mi'
.. the Democrat \tipln! :i ;
the assessed and collected for the next' ('\\lit ot Florida. in ant 1 for .Vanon! i
in
answer to tbs question: "What makes deserving and further advanced two years. JOHN L. EDWARDS, I :Section .' Dt Chapter 4'SS.: Laws \mnty-In Chancery. j jMrb. FALS'r

the nation great?" will be found in duties of the office is well and truly Chm. Board County Commissioners. of Florida Frances Ho\ise Koono>, \Coin I evof.

the five letters that form the one! known by everybody in the county. 10-4. Notice is hereby given that A. S. J. plainant. vs. Mrs Sarab A. Bishop I

he would appreciate another Henry C. Dean, Henry O'Neill. Jo
That
certificate II
word-woman. NOTICEOf Wallace purchaser of tax nathan VanHorn. Frederick J. 'r'rt

Is it not true that to woman belongsthe term, since the office is so systemat No. 5S9, dated the 5th day of June Grant George W. Mace, and others 5aniIIofore I c 1

credit of every noble motive and I ically arranged is but characteristic Application for Leave to Sell Mi- A. D. 1905 has filed said certificate in Defendants-Foreclosure of Mort p '

instinct of man? of human pride. And I suppose it is nors' Lands my office, and has made application gage. I I

but fair to say that the degree of future in accordancewith It is hereby ordered that you. Sarah j
I
Is it not by the teachings of themother for tax deed to issue:
appreciation could be determined Notice is hereb| given that on the embracesthe A. Bishop. appear to answer the billj J '..
that the son becomes a useful t 7th day of :November A. D. 1907, I law. Said certificate of complaint filed against you in j

citizen-a credit to his native village I by his faithfulness in the past and will apply to Honorable Joseph Bell, following described: property situated above stated cause on i I

or his native country, a man whose present.We I county judge in and for Marion county in Marion county Florida, town: Monday, the 4th day of November, A. I Enamel Ware Dish Pans, 29c

influence is for good be that influence note the fact that Mr. J. C. Doo-I state of Florida at his office in Southwest quarter of northeast quarter D. 1907, I Large Bread Pans, . ,.10C
for order authorizing at the court house in Ocala.! Florida
Ocala, in said county an
great or little, and who, by many acts zero assistant business manager I : me, as guardian of the minor and southeast quarter of northwest and that you, Henry C. Dean and you. I Bowl and Pitcher . 'Me

of great or little magnitude, displays one of Ocala's banking institutions is i heirs of the estate of Charles E. quarter, section :33, township 15. Henry O'Neill and you, Jonathan | Lamps, complete, 23c

the greatness of his soul? contributing largely to the agricultural Ball, deceased, to sell" at private sale south, range :21, east-80 acres. The VanHorn, and you, Frederick .T.\j Post Cards, 1C

Is not the nation's greatness after interests of Marion county. This the following property belonging to said land being assessed at the date I I Grant, and you, George W. Mace, do ; Plates. 5c

all but the combined greatness of its enterprising gentleman has been distributing said estate northeast to-wit: The southwest of section of the issuance of such certificate i in i ii each of you appear to answer the bill I Cups and Saucers. . . 6c \
varieties of quarter of quarter exhibited against you in said cause on _
magnitude of people measured by some excellent 30, township 16 south, range 24, I i the name of Dan Nelson. Unless said I' Monday, the 2nd day of December, A. Glasses..3cTin '.

the greatness of their lives? seed cotton and corn. A few days east, excepting a certain triangular certificate shall be redeemed according D. 1907. I Buckets, 5C (

How many great men-good cite ago he had on exhibition in Ocala one piece of land described as beginning, to law tax deed will issue thereon and that in default of your so doing j I Box Paper 5c

zens-grow from boys who are not stalk of long cotton which supported at a post at southeast corner of north the on the 12th day of November, A. a decree pro confesso will be entered

guided and directed by good mothers 165 fully developed bowls. measured j[ first four described hundred feet tract(tOO, thence feet), thence I D. 1907.Witness. against It is further you. ordered that a copy of, Everything money you than need others at home for less ;

-mothers who train and teach and eight feet in height, and the stalks west four hundred feet (400 feet), : my official signature and this order be published once each charge. J:

who by their very goodness, live lives were planted two feet apart in the thence in southeasterly direction to seal this the 7th day of October A. week for four consecutive weeks priorto :;

of good example? drill. When the farmers of Marion point of beginning,of also the all northeast of the D. 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK, the rule day in November, 1907 M. FISH EL ;.

The Democrat believes. that the awaken to the necessity of putting in southeast quarter, section quarter 19, township 16.( Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. and for eight consecutive weeks priorto
the rule day in December
1907 -
in
1 i very foundation of our nation's greatness i improved farm machinery cotton will south range 24, east, lying on the 10-11-w By H. B. FOY, Jr., D. C. tbe Ocala Banner a weekly newspa NOTICE OF ELECTION--
; is the chastity and virtue of its i again be one of our chief products. south side of the public road, also the I per published at Ocala, in said Marion 5
: Mr. Boozer is also interested in raisin north half of the southeast quarter of For
womanhood that without it no greatness of section 30.( I NOTICE.In county Florida. I Creating a Special Tax Road Dis
northeast
the quarter
the standard of horses and has Done and ordered this first day of: trict at Cootton
will endure, and that with it, f it ? township 16, south, range 25, east. Plant
some beauties in fine blooded animals. the estate of October. 1907. S. T. SISTRT7NK. I Notice is hereby given that
to
will continue for all time. Said land belonosing the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial an elec:
i the "Ocalians for Ocala" deserving E. Ball deceased, to 104Stw. Clerk Circuit Court tion is called and will be
Rome fell because of its corruption, Among the said Charles Circuit of Florida: in and for ton held at Cot-
a compliment is myoId be sold for the best interest of said I Plant, Florida, at the ii/cnal vot-
but what was more corrupt than the Chancery. I ing
Marion county-In place, during
minor heirs.: I the houA rom _>
Weihe. For the II
womanhood of Rome? I friend, Fred G. B. This 2nd day of October, 1907. Henry L. Torian, complainant, vs. I NOTICE o'clock a. m., to sundown of

Turkey, today is unable to maintain past fifteen years I have never missed ANNIE V. BALL Ida B. Torian, defendant. Monday, December 4th, A. D. 1907 fH

order within her borders or to I this gentleman from his Ocala.place He's of business always 16-4-ot. Guardian. Order for Constructive Service. I'' Of Section Application S of Chapter for Tax 48S8 Deed, Laws Under tax for the road purpose district of to creating be known:a i-pcial -y

when visiting as the
command respect of the nations. Sure It is ordered that the defendant : of Florida Cotton Plant

ly this is not for lack of brain or lack \ there, on time, with the (jewelry NOTICE i herein named to-wit: Ida B. Torian, I Notice is hereby given that J. W. The boundaries special of the tax said road road district.1 ,dis'

of possibilities: of wealth and trade, i goods, and if you are not on timthere's be and she is hereby required to ap- i I Morrison, purchaser of tax certificate i trict to be as follows:
licenses are due :No. 1946, dated the 7th
reason. If All occupational day of Au- Commencing
but rather we believe because thereis I evidently some of filed in I at the southeast corner -
I
bill complaint
the
to A. D.
| 1899 and
,
license pear gust No. 565.
defective watch it's on 1st day of each October. Your : dated of section 4, township
is 16.
little or no for woman. ; that reason a Monday, the June 5 1905. bas south of
respect for 1908 is due October 1st this cause on or before i i filed said certificatesin :; range 20, east, thence
: behind running north!
fault that are '
\ivl everyywaere it is the same not Weihe's you I i 7th day of October, 1907. my office. and has made applica- | to the southeast
19''>7. Kindly attend ::o this matter corner of section 4,
We ran into his store hurriedly! tion for tax deed to issue in accordance 'i township
above 15
womanhood re-
is ,
Vithere ol
'W a i It is further ordered that a copy 'I south of range 2'i, east,
:
be compelled to with law.
will Said
Got the at once or we ; certificates j thence
'the other day fur a scarfpin. I em- west to the
she
; 1'. th..rti5 : where week southwest
pirn1! greatness this order be published once a ; corner
brace the
force these" collections! as the law drecto following described property |lof section 2
\ i> ,'w t'red, either M-. choice or byt'lvo I pin all: right and "posted it conspicu'o'l [ : for four (-t) consecutive weeks in the! situated Marion:: county. Florida '!thence south, township 15, range 10:: ,
The
to
and ..;lx on my person Lo and behold! This Juy is imperative. wit East half of I jof the southwest corner
I L there is f"nll corruption I' Ocala Banner, a newspaper publish to. : southwest quarter section 2, township
16.
I collector will! issue the license. south of
horn-1: that night found tax '
itml'vsc! place t'r trlllblorlan' When I zot : of southwest of range 19,
a1. : I ed in said county and state. quarter section 4, east, thence east to
JOSEPH BELL. norp
i R <'" I U) ..!iocrat.i that i iT was emblematic of how 1 I Judge. Ttis: fifth day of September, 1907. township; 16. range 21, and north half ,' of beginning, which territory "0W-

should deal with my fellow man, County S. T. SISTRUXK, of northeast quarter of southwest prises sections 4, 5 and C j of er,vu-i"-
E L. CARN c F. l'Hr\l : ]116, south of range 20.
: of faith the f east,
the sincerity rr.ie '
f. :vv"!! > of tV ;aner- are trying tob'i'u i I tt'a'hingme 'I Clt*rk Circuit Court. :MaCu: :,ir; \-. quarter of :::I c'i'm C, township 15 I rions 1 and 2 of < -
i Tax Collector township 1C.o; .
rh of
of and the tr 'nuine'- I .
cheerfulness hope
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m the Pensacola, i j-i ?::1.
; Fran! la\-- I I 19. east and
)
sections
j rangis. 7. x 'l.i. .
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WP!"" ", ,
rViTv Guess \ ;
of
.liip''i uro the '.'raga a candhate'f : ness 1 Administrator's Notice of Fina Dsj ... :':_" i'll'X.::: lands being assessed at, 13. 20, 21. 28, 29, 30, :3J.I :32 an<
: bib business all right t*>e date Cf1:*,> i issuance of 33 of township 15,
:' _, r'rnn, Frank ian all round" i j 1-t3w4 Complainant' Solicitor. such oerff.catfs south of riijj: : -'''.
; charge. ii i th> mi";" ot 'f east and sections 11 _
PETER STANLEY JIY Fernan- ,1 11: 142'
j.u'v -i M fellow, but \\\' opin tha': : I : : -J-J.!
25 _
Notice is hereby given that on th +tz and H n-v, R--;' ],1. Unless C. 35 and 36 of township 15, -ov.fi
; h. ;h too busy making his .lo'n-n-::'I ti,! ('P : ; h ;. ', ', j of range 19,
east
D. 1908 tit NOTICE ca-" :; ; "'''nP to be known
ac-
19th day of August, A. as fit:
O"> hun trel thnusar.i! dollars is i ..
: : Cotton
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one -n the best and mo-.t r< a laMt: t.): !:: : : !'; \ '. issue"J" Plant special tax ,f
i V mM. the otVr day by Henry .. undersigned Administrator of the 63 ; .. ' and to elect road ri.rnct: ,
1 daily papers in the South ro \\ .i-u mice : -j < .. : : --ber three road trustees to
tate of Henry T. Spooner, deceased All ,- "-.i' "'' "'r'"! .j > \ \ 1' : '. i Vote on the
f time effort and money in getting I Clay Fri,.d fir a parterre box ii!l millage to be :'E'ssed
t any II the Metropolitan opera house, New r!will present to the Hon. Joseph Bell'I for any due aril given oy me io W. u' : \ mess my official signature and I I and collected for the next tv "P,1':5.
1
into the political game.MadisoiNew be the County Judge of Marion county, Ftor: Smith until all claims on merchandis; seal this the 23rd day of Sppr!'mber 1. 10-4./ JOHN L. CiDWR.8::;.
; York City. That is said to record .1 '
A. D lf.1)7. S. Chm. .
Board
Enterprise. T.
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*Mrd. SISTRrNK, County Com
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ida final account as administra- business of said Smith are % s !.onPr .
I
ij price for the privilege of sitting: I my C-rk! : Circuit! Court, \l'uiull: Co., Fla II
I PV3TEVR10llw.
An establishment for the manufacture in a certain place in a theater. Th I tor of said estate. JOHN :j-2 7.. I FOR SALE-440 acres of lan.l. A p_
j I 5, 190" Snn'on. F.:'t ---- .
of liquid air is one of the lates t same box was once sold for $80,00uIt Stanton Florida, September 71 ply or write P. A.
,
For the i u. I' .
'I .j' HENRY G. SPOONER, I : t a 25 cent ; i'lLSans
\ enterprises of Tampa. The Tamp;L seems that opera boxes are soar i \ 10-11-itw:
r Saunders. box of our stationery. The Postoffice ,
estate
As administrator: of the o.: Red ,
anticipate woaderfu 1 in? along th. butter and bread ancbeef. II I
I newspapers I 94Cr 1 Red Saunders. Drugstor. ...
things from this manufactory. .-Miami News. [1 Henry T. Spooner deceased. I x R .1 Saantar,
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FLAGLER TALKS HAMMOCK LANDS Ocala Gets
a Splendid Compliment
.ANV\N."VtAiVV\\J # '
T > tjThos. ; '''Vt
The writer visited Ocala few
a day:;
\ Nw York special says that Hen- The word hammock as applied to
ago for the first time in several yearsand : .
rj M F'ah'r: has Just announced that' lands means a piece of wooded land

work on he that has been enriched for countless was impressed anew with the
"; Key West extension of N.
,, his, load will be stopped on January ages by the falling leaves and the splendor of the "Ocala spirit." Al- Keatfing

( 1. decaying limbs and fallen timber. though smitten a few years ago with .
next and will not be resumed until
j\ i Marion county has 125,000 acres of the heaviest misfortunes that have

ruiiditioiiin the money market be- such lands, and they are considered ever been visited upon any town in

i{ conn u.urr favorable. Mr. Flagler the most valuable in the county, and Florida, save the Jacksonville fire

..' diH-Mi't! alk; often for publication, and as good as can be found in the state. her citizens have kept their faces always & Compan

when h- dues talk he doesn't deal in An erroneous impression prevails to the front and by their unwavering I l

lllalitudlO- that these lands are low and swampy, pluck and energy have surmounted -
generalities but ;
goes to but on the contrary, they are gener- every difficulty and held 3

Hit' pomThe! New York special re- ally the most elevated. The surfaceis Ocala squarely abreast of the most ( Successors to Strauss & Co. SI

fnred to q rjtes him as saying: of a rich vegetable mould. These progressive towns In the state. Notable F .

( "I far t'lat: conditions willbecome lands are high, perfectly drained, dry among the public improvemen :' ; -

\\"1':0-, I l., I'J..,. they begin to get bet- and undulating and very healthy. at present in process are the laying i i

\ u.r'' !h lt' 1l1. "I They have an enormous growth of of several miles of handsome and dur- '

pres.'tit a long: hardwood trees and are very productive. able sidewalks and the paving of the ;,' -I WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEAI.1iISrots. I

taint |t ..-, as foreshadowed by the i These lands can be had at from streets in the business district with

l "l'"I"llarkiJg! : against railroads and five to'twenty dollars per acre. vitrified brie!;. The "Ocala spirit" i, ; c
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t'III'J'I'2)' '. reflected in the state From the standpoint of productiveness all right. It has made Ocala a fane : }

,, ... legislatures. According- there are no Ian} more valuablein town and will never allow it to tail

I* I ha\e :akin: precautions against the state than the hammocks of behind m the march of progrt-ss:: oc a ForidaRYE

rt. 1\1": | ::1-! "', on my road have been Marion county. Staple crops, such as Starke Tt l..graph. ,

reduoi: !, i-nl I the new construction corn, oats, sea island cotton hay, peanuts I __

\\ on ''IK Key Wi'st extension has watermelons! :;, cantaloupes; potatoes When the Other Ox is Gored ; -

i !)girl ji.ir into fchape! that by January sugar cane velvet beans, millet. Old Man Dixon, the editorial wruer WHISKEY Per \.i.ill.lf. !!'SPECIAl FOUR CASE WHISKEY.Per a

1 \I t, t;::!! '!Top it just:: where it stands vegetables of all kind, fruits. and in for the Live Oak Democrat, has a way ;, Star Rye .$!.:11 Qt. Bottle.

::.nd 1 no' ia-.': it up again until the mon- facts all agricultural products thai of saying things that i is exceeding! : Red Kevstone Rotk .Rye 2 L,>1 r:>QUART:: OfFER Belle M> .$ .75:

I I.now' very little about condition,, are indigenous to the state flouri.-b plain! yet at tat SalliE time po.itHear ",, Belle; Isle ..;)1)- ; King of Kentucky . . .75 ,j
1 \ i...u'.>.r i iin !b 'tt.-r shape -xcr-edingly! well in Marion county. Lug Cabin 3'oo : FOR Uncle Joe 1.00
how he sizes up the race situation S Heating's Pride . 3.00 ,, 52.90 i Strauss Royal Reserve 1.00 x
11.11111'\, tl.dret.\ I have Another class of lands are what is I
never been 3.50.
the Pacific "Th .- Monogram Old Maryland Rye 1.00 *
oil slope: -t' ;\ We will ,end, !
int. a lurking institution in New known as cut-over pirn- lands. These I -k. Uncle Joe 3..)o' expressprepaid :: Old Harvest Corn 1.00Pilgnmage
people out on the Pacific coast, mos ; A'P'!",.,urn a ., 4.UO '' 4 full quarts ofSTRAUSS ,'- r
ge ._
1I
are lands from i a
N'.i-h which the
on a matter of business marketable i 4
and I of whom are republicans:: are now j, d Fern Hill ,. stun' : Cascade 1.5!
;1111 I I. ,&!iy not a railroad timber has been removed; usually Strauss' 76 . ;).IJ'Ji; I XLi
man, except I White Oak . . . . .
yelling with one accord and at the j 1 ____ _.. ___ ____ I .1.:5
lor nlurle: ; hobby down in Florida. they were purchased in very large I CORN WHISKEY. I I Fern Hill L50.; _
? I sun proud of that. tracts, and when the lumber merchant top of their voices, 'This is a white i jman'n Tennessee Cora .$1.50 FOR S3. :O I Strauss' 76 .. 1.50 (
::, country, and we intend to keepit North 1.75 I .1 Old Oscar Pepper (not in bond). 1.50
"Ii haopened to settlement a and the naval stores operator are l Statesville CornCorn . . 2uO '' We will send expressprepaid Planters' 1.50::
j
so. But when the South said the !
\ Mountain Corn 2.50ulci 4 full quarts of Black and White Scotch 2.00ML s
tM-uii of Mireo!, hundred through with them, they place themon ; :
miles of the same under pressure of a problem im- : Harvest . . 3.00 Vernon 1.75
tint-t t counMy in the whole world. the market at prices that would measureably more difficult and threatening J CorniN. | STRAUSS ROYAL

Thou-.tin'-! people who went down seem ridiculous to Florida's northern than, any brought to the Pacific i J Jcoa&lJ 1 Swan Gin .J1.50 i i RESERVE GIN.
t UK'iv :I'1)1' as Lazarus have been neighbors. These lands can be purchased I 1 Tom Gin 1.75 '. Per Qt Bottle.
e-nald.,d 1 to at from fifty cents up to five y a handful of Japanese. it was i!i > Holland Gin 2.01)1 1 $--O London Dock Gin .$ .75 }.
FOR 3.
prosperous producing IS.
t-t'ome _.)0' :;)
brutal and barbarous m us, abhorrent < Crown Gin ; | Tom Gin too
: citi/-r!, I have had a great deal dollars an acre. There usuallyis Perfection Gin 3.00 '
to our system of government: a cruel : We will send 4 full 1.00
IIf |>ia-. ,- for what I have done down enough young timber left on the lands } RUM. qts. i Phosphate Gin . L50 I INrw
to the wrong to the poor negroes, and we i England Rum .$2.50: OLD Booth Tom Gin . . .1.50 I t .
thi'n 1' i j., a most pleasant thing to pay purchase price. By care
deserved the heavy hand of federal i
t Jamaica Rum 3.00 MALT WHISKEY. '
l.av. het: how much finer would be ful selection, splendid bargains can HARVEST CORN I,
authority upon us to teach us human-1 i BRANDY. .

thif,-t hns that one deserves the kind be had in cut-over lands. Those who ity and civilization.Madison New t Blackberry Brandy .. . . .$1.50 The best goods to be I. Duffy's Pure Malt $1.O0!

thihj.s::; thjT! are said about him."One care to enter the cattle business in Enterprise. Apple Brandy 3.00 I had for the money I; Bowman's 1.00

ui he economies that has Florida can purchase ranges outright i! a Peach Brandy 3.00California : SWEET GOODS.
.
3.00
t.Wt'U put :nto effect on the road is the I for what one year's rent for rangelands I Cognac FOR 56.00 I Per Gal.
Guinea Grass : WINE. Peach and Honey "a" grade .$1.50
fuitniK off of a night train on one section would cost them in the West.- :>!r. B. A.. Thrasher of Gainesville!; Catawaba Wine .$1.50 W. will send express Peach and Honey "aa" grade 2.00

where there were only two trains, Seaboard Mercantile and Industrial believes- he has solved the 1! Port Wine 1.50 prepaid full quarts of ; Rock and Rye "a" grade 1.50 }
mat
prob-1 Wine 1.501 Rye "aa" grade 2.00
one by day; and the other at night. A Review. leni of feed for cattle in Florida iu j :Sherry: Blackberry Wine: 1.51)< '! STRAUSS FAMOUS J RockCO'and" 3.00

p l ,,ruhar result of this was to more Imported Port Wine 4.""ftI.iTted i . 3.00 ;Y
the of Guinea the
than doude! the business done the New Forage Grass a Godsend to Flor- discovery grass, i! } { Sherry .Vine 4.") 76' RYE Banana Brandy ,' 3.00
by
seed of which he obtained in Cuba. j .-t,-' -
da! > train, so that not only were ex- ida This grass was introduced into Marion :,

liettMreduced! but revenues were Attorney B. A. Thrasher, who is a
county about thirty years ago, aitially increased." "-Live Oak Dem- great admirer of stock, and who ownsa and was extensively advertised, and i'': rh' u ( uO.
S OS0 nea tli
I iH-rat nice farm a short distance to the our people, like Col. Thrasher, !i lng f! s

west of Gainesville, believes be has thought the cattle feed problem was I
Reviving an Old Port solved but unfortunately this grass:
solved the problem of feed for cattlein
Captain: i it! B. -rgusou.of the civil will not stand our winters. It is:: very i: I Ocala Florida

-II'\ In' t.;:,;ui-vimi! ; corps, was in Tal- Florida. Colonel Thrasher has tender and succulent and has made { {

lalia-M't a iif days this week en been experimenting with this foragefor the pastures in Cuba famous, but we .

luutr to St )arkri. The government the past year, and declares it to be dare say there is not a sprig of it pJ

hi- .t lit .',!'r. Ferguson to that point the best thing for the Florida stock- left: in Marion county.It ANA A.A A AA\A-r V

'II in.-i'i-f the: harbor facilities and to that if rour.d.ld
man that has ever been discovered.The seems to us the -
turn.-i: ;in: n ma:ion as: to the advisa- coffee-weed makes a forage that stud
forage referred to by Colonel Burnett
: ;.iilitx ot owning; up the mouth of theSt Thrasher is an original product of prefer to all other feed stuffs that tin. Jerry II I I r. I
II
Mnkx 'in"r' for the navigation of
forage problem is already solved in I
Cuba, and is known as Guinea grass. I II !
) \:0-,1!? than can be floated Merchant
art; : Florida.
I It is very prolific, and Colonel Thrasher I
tb.it now Port Leon, near St. Marks, I .
says, planted on fairly good landin !
was t'l.rone of the most important I Florida's ClimateA ,
Incomparable; :
this will thick I
state grow and healY Tailoring II
iiMportb ui the entire Gulf coast, been and will reach height. of from young man who came here f:'om >i ; I

; tit Jlla.'r of export of nearly all Montgomery, Ala., to find relief from
seven to ten feet if allowed to grow I Ocala, Florida. ,
'h.' cotton grown in Middle Florida unmolested Col.! Thrasher: through a asthma, said: "The first night I arrived -i I ,, .

and South: v,f orgia and could be friend heard of this wonderful I didn't sleep at all. The sec Finest Imported and: :
grassin -
Domestic Cloths. .
again at least such is the general the spring of last year, and ordered ond night I caught some sleep sitting 4 itb

opinion, and brought into great from Cuba a small quantity for an in a chair. The third night I laid i Cutting a Specialt\! I

promaifiJi' Tincitizens! of adjoin- experiment. He planted the seed, (down banked by three pillows; the Fits Guaranteed

tug ('''IlD' '- ar- awaiting the official which thrived and grew prolifically, next night two pillows; next night one

\'enlut. Ir. Ferguson with eager and which proved as represented, ex- pillow, and now I could sleep withoutany --

intiMvM! The old railroad to St. I cellent forage and very fattening to pillow at all. I tell you this is a I

Murk, i is; t th,' pioneer road of Florida cattle and stock."I great climate. If every sufferer from i :!
gmcKSample 11
Ind iii u-; palmy days transferred can say frankly that after a thor- asthma knew about it, th whole peninsula F b J4

manx nulii! hl1S of dollars' wortb of ough test of the Guinea grass, I believe would not be large enough to I /}M 1+r rp .1

St. Marks and fromhence hold them."-St. Petersburg Inde and Price I' II -
.merchandise to it to be a problem-solver for the on request. ; 11
the river to Port Leon. pendent. I .
.1
( acio-N cattle industry of Florida, remarkedCol. PEERLESS BRICK CO. E

J Since the' !'ng tidal wave away back Thrasher Tuesday. "I knew noth .:
in the r.ni'that swept this port and Buys Florida Timber! Lands MACOX GEORGIA r
ing about it, of course, when I orderedthe
the liruLi: that spanned the river out seed, but planted them according The purchase of 40,000 acres of tim I 'I Rye or Corn 'fTr.dslwy

mto lie Gulf the harbor has been little to my own judgment, in the absenceof ber lands in Florida is reported to --- -. -.
I II.
used fur large vt'ssels.-Tallahas- directions with the resuult that I have been negotiated by Messrs. I Express PrepaidIM'S

see; Tnif !Democrat. had a prolific crop from my invest Pope & Co. of New York City, who /1"re 'Eft and gild Ci A J.f' !I. .
have acquired the property from theJ. .

ment. P. Williams Land Company of Tallahassee h.....".."_ 'Io.: _.. i ": ', ",\ According to Scripture "The seed are very small, about the I .! -:-'-:' --, ", '
clerical- Fla., of which J. P. Williamsof ..at": .. a_ _. I. 'j l'.-ri.'t ti,>- pi.n- .inti lull: 'of: II'Iuri.' liiuent-will! r. -.HI,;inn anti
\ Ullllg- man, said the same size as mustard seed and one I ; ._"-- _- .. .--
Ga. is It is \ :: ;",. '.;; I rei'Ui ti"ut',.
Savannah i
I president.
the
looKu:: i-i: tomer to the clerk at seed will yield an armful of as sweet t 1t ;I: i.rt,1' } II I
will "; I
of understood that the purchasers _. ,, I
book c.nint.'r, "that purchase forage as anyone would want to see. I ,

tlJl1It- aim !i"ifd: to one dollar and firty- "My experience teaches me that for develop the timber for its turpentine, FUNERAL: I ; Four Full Quarts 33.40
: I Ii
('C'nh 1 !I.. B\. e.i" ." ordinary cultivation, the seed should! after which it will be converted into;

"Y t- :.* be sown in furrows, but if a pasture I lumber. The purchase price for the I 4 4I ,i I Ii

7 "\\" !, I cave you a two-dollar billt is desired they may be strewn broad- ![ property is stated at $ tl."tlt>. ; DIR t} O l 0S. i Express Prepaid on So:;trn ;i iil

t \ -' 'At-my minutes ago and I cast. If it is desired to cut grass as1 INxvt' t .

' ;a'II'nin'd: my fifty cents backvet' t forage it should be mowed when )i! These golden days are ripening the : H full *'n,<-k of Coffin* ('a ket$ I h il Express Lines u

i oranges of Florida with much rapidity : vid Ruiul I llitS. ->iH-ial given. to I I I'

the clerk, about waist high. In could that be manner j i and when" we have had a few November Burial ,,rviee,. i In ordering, specify Rye or Cor i-c thV"e ;' k'
\Vn' -try.u: replied three crops a year easily !i I
night to cool and curb them Embalming to Order'MONTHS I !
Book
"Imi you !know what the Good produced without repeated sowings"Col. :

And politely stated that the 1 we can lay a perfect: fruit upon thecountry's ... .
:o-a> > (mhis point" Thrasher grass ------ i hint given the n-.Tie "Atro" to our be ;: r ;
The this I
ha1:' tII_ the customer the Bible, he stood the cold of last winter well. ; counter. orange 'I r\f wlu,keit i i-> the kind phsician-> and s- j \ ',", -
will be worth thj'.ke it wi iL!;
l oiutt.It: ;tv Job fourteenth chapter, coming up fresh and green iu the i, year a Ai 'i rJ i i-d nd recommended for medicine use. I .': -- I
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Times.i
fourUMmlierse.. "All the spring. He is very enthusiastic over I bring.-Taripa ; t. '::1, ,1 >tiiiulnt and a mat nifiitent tonic. We I' L e

iuI lift I will: wait till my change I this new forage and will be glad to.. :: L' i-ti h l he the equal of any whiskey to 'be. ". I
Colds Are
<-omr.' -ru-iii the October Bohemian. answer any further inquiries regard- i, Why Dangerous k kBiltSt ,,,i 11 n i tn'd 'order i i->.nct perfectly) ..tisfad rei 1.... : ir I'
Bocause you have Coir-.acte! 'J:
-( ing it--Gainesville Sun. : nary coldand reav.trv. from '.-' .y GUARANTEE Ehctes. ; c..

Ocala-. :...ard of trade has taken up without treatment of any Uii-l! 'i": > 14 Na more
f
"comingkm" Putting on Airs 'for a moment: imagine *lat co s-: 'iI i iI darning if you buy
the neat t 'd' A holding a great "Ask the Revenue C fcer"We
that city in theliar When a little country editor gets to I not dangerous. Evion>' i i'i ol .
: i < 1. I't ration in 'that pneumonia and thioaic ('.-. ," praar .
uua: "-, to which all candidatesand where he thinks he's a little better I their ,, m..ke'it order by L. ,
have origin in a comiruii invited herd of his ilk, he
be -
pu.-i.ei-tive candidates will than the common j Consumption is not cauw.d by .> >." : : ."- T> -- l lI
an- butts into a good bunch of! Fi M_N E .
and! on which occasion usually but the cold prepare the system :<: R ;
can be made. trouble. There is the Hetheringtonof the reception and developement o: (. or.oa UK : un >r
nouiw ust'tt of platform
barbecue attachment -'') the Lakeland News, who has goneto the germs that would not others--: ic c eupar3Fax r I
The affair i is to have a have found lodgment. It is the same
to attract the mountains-the idea of an edi- LADIES- Egyp.aaC.'on..a
and it is expected with al infectious diseases. Diphtheria .' 3w:2
I fr> 1200.l *irji.a .tae
mountains, or any- pars
the
many I iho,'" nd politicians from all tor going to I: scarlet fever measles and whoop- a s,1 pa.r.
parts o! U.,' saate.-Bradentown Journal where else but to the poor house-I fug cough are much more likely to be / R.MRose.Go3, n nI

1 1i and when be returns home he will I contracted when the child has a cold ;
this that there j i-
trouble awaiting him sure I You will see from .
find he only j more real danger lurking in a cold" Sold M. FiSHEL 1 JACKSONVILLE FLA.
enough. When he went away by ; ,
It has been decided that the Ocala I than in any other of the common ail I ,
owned one newspaper, but when b*'I The easiest and quickest '
ments. way
convention for candi ; ;il I 16 11: Forsyth Street.
"coming out" back he will find that he is thfe"proud" i to cure a cold is to take: Chamberlain's I '
dates shall be ld on Friday, November comes May the i Cough Remedy. The many remarka- Fifty Years a Blacksmith.
15. Not only candidates, but ev possessor of two. with I ble cures effected by this remedy have Samuel R. Worley. of Hixburg, Va., I ,. CHATTANOOGA, TE1 N. ATLANTA, GA.
have mercy on the man : has been shoeing horses for more .
devil
A
is Invited. made it a staple article of trade overa ,
err; citizen in the state Tele- than fifty years. He says: "CLamberlain's -
ne\\"spapers.-Waueh
large of the world. For sale
forftJtwko two part
great free dinner will be provided 1! Pain Balm has given me: : 1! Order from nearest point.
attend and the railroads will gram. by all druggists. great relief from lame back and rheu- t

rates.-Punta Gorda t niausm: It is the best liniment I ever J L q qI qMR.
give reduced Red Saunders I Red Saunders used. For sale by all druggists. m
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TI. THE NEWS FROM OKLAHOMA WEALTH GALORE New VOI-K Woman Suffragists Active.
tua\enuuu of I.iNew >
The Jtnh: i1nual
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LY"*. HOI El tXT Oklahoma! on the 1 If the opportunities: ; to !k found inFlorida York.Hl.an: Suffrage:
,. ;tirr ( :1" -IW1urJ froth
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15th to
October
will be held
; !SsI 1 were possessed: : : uy Northern tion
wire
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i *:-ineauay morning ] r
n ai:
+I eno : Western sections of this great in the Baptist: church, Geneva. Of
: i J.ntl tcap. .i < -oaie lacts about election and or tftiIi'n
i c I.HV filled us full of fire. i, country no effort would be spared to I: the state societies in the national a -1F

.r. I -i game good election figures, and !acquaint the world with the advantag- !i sociation, New York is the largestlit r

,! s. rj' k .' ., just leaned back and laughed I es. This thought forced itself upon : numbers in its membership man

v tl.; way young Oklahoma handed I us last week while taking in just a 1 prominent men and women, not OIL

j- limes to William Taft. I bit of the progressive and prosperous : of whom is more honored than Mr-:> -
's .,'- of Geneva
I Tops over 1 ai from Enid down to Guthrie, and I section of St. Johns county, which en- I Elizabeth Smith Miller v -
AS it,:ai 10:. 1 .. .,ua1 of Hastings. daughter of the late Garritt Smith. ,
d into the make-up I
'... :;-iu there to Chickasba ters
1".1.t r.. "t.rf1 FcH't U. & ', "..tI idling blythe and gay. Ii Hastings, be it understood is made She is the honorary president of tu-! I 1NGA

> LJIUfJit.t; ,:: .. community of far- Geneva Club, at whose invitation th-
:: we'rel of a
and
;1' 'I.. I 1)-.thing) ; : is democratic up prosperous
1rV.1.: ll V"P; '" (..Hiuuie word from Oklahoma, andit II mers who are really just in the begin- convention is held, and her daughterMiss tl, I

filled us full of gleeBut ning of the mining of gold dust, in Anne F. Miller, is the presidentThe ,
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has over
society IfI
there's gobs of gloom now headed the form of agricultural products out Geneva
JUST A LITTLE IN ERROR. Johns lands. Hastings'Irish members, 50 being prominent men o1:
straight for Washington, D. C. of St. county A
.
potatoes have come to be knownto the city, including bankers, doctor. ,
Both the Ocala advocate5 the the professors aiu.! Your Physician
I papers Got some word from Oklahoma and the nation what Kalamazoo celery business men,

prohibition side in th. coming elec we've swept the platter clean; I is to the valley of the Kalamazoo riv- president of Hobart College. Even : Will Prescribe Red Rod! rr

: tion in that county. They charge so Licked the grasping corporations and er. But Hastings knows that gold is year there is an annual gathering : w

the carpetbag machine. to be found in more than potatoes, I known as the piazza party, at the ;: others do who kn 'w it.-> n.-nt.s.
much per line, however for the contributed if ht dot---' as many :
Forty thousand for the ticketspeedthe and Kalamazoo, or any other zoo for home of the Millers. I' tu> Oft-n l'ndors"ll tr: hur' > red 1-. "-f -:iv.tor.ur.s: ,
articles on either side of the news upon the way that matter, need look after its -laurels One of the features of the con\vr.' : 'tOOJ1fJO of physicians and I''.. nrida. If h"n.-. AilT

question.-Gainesville Sua. Till it bumps against the wharfing in the celery and truck lines in tion will be a reception at Lochlaaii! : the. -"ujn<>ut the country athe It relies(,rl'a:> indigestion l'ot.or.:
eVt.'ra1l's.
In the approaching eiectlon, so far fronting on Manila Bay. the future. the home of Mrs. Miller, and thi' ono-!IiUt.rallt't'(dwpfpsia; and never causes constipation. ,,

as we have seen, the Star is not advocating From Kingfisher to Okmulgee, clear Possessed of all the push, the ener- meetings will be full of interest from j 4. Sav RED ROCK! Say it PLAIN! iMt t fin D t'

the prohibition side of the down to the Texas line gy and sagacity that go to make up a start to finish. One evening will l h. |I Sold -.ve n where in large and small bottles'or 5c a glass ; OCK cfru. l

everything is democratic, and we're progressive and prosperous community devoted to the interests of self-Hi;> uriKi'.al i buttleThe ,d t

contest. feeling mighty fine. Hastings farmers have resolved to porting women. Addresses will i i" i, Red Rock Co., Jacksonville, Fla. as
The Sun is just a little bit in error.It Stan to!.
Bully news from Oklahoma-demo- carry their eggs to market in a multiplicity made by Mrs. Harriett :

is true that Mr. C. L. Bittinger, crats to the core- of baskets and; celery let- Blatch, Miss Rose Schneiderman all :,

the editor of the Star, signed a petition of New Yoi ,
And when Taft gets word about it he tuce, cauliflower, cabbage and toma- Miss Leonora O'Reilly I i
encouraging the calling of an will feel almighty sore. toes will figure in the output of mother City and by Rev. Anna Howard Shaft |i

election. The petition reads as follows of the National Woman Suffrage j ,
earth tbe ensuing season. president A. BROWN &. BRO.. Wholesale Distnoutors, Ocala, Fla ;
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: Three times three for Oklahoma! Our farmers se'in to have just con- Association. Another feature j

"In view of the present agitation of Forty thousand! Hull) gee! cluded to make the most of the opportunity will be the reports fro mthe clubs ot

prohibition in this county we respect- At time of the people which have been formed
Please excuse us if we holler, for our i at hand. no young
fully direct your attention to what souls are full of glee. year need our soil be derelict in yield- in different parts of the state. On Ocalafla.1 I II

I seems to us good reasons for encour- Bucked the whole administration and : ing handsome returns to the husbandman tbe first night Mrs. Carrie Chapman 'Sold KNIGHT SLANG

aging such agitation and for signing the g. o. p. machine, and Hastings farmers have resolved Catt, president of the International I by ,

any petition presented by the campaign And we've whipped 'em, boots and to see to this more closely in Woman Suffrage Alliance, will speak.
You these words on nearly every wagon that drives by yourdoor
for see
committee an
prohibition breeches-licked the bloomin' the future than in the past. Lettuceis Mrs. Henry Villard, Miss Caroline
the could be said of Carriages Buggies and Harness.
election: platter clean. now being set out, and this crop Loxow of New York, with Prof. Nashof and same .

1. The recent marvelous growth of Yes, we heard from Oklahoma, and will be followed by celery, and toma- Hobart College will be heard on I There must be a reason for this-and there is-a good one: When we
the prohibition sentiment not only began doing business with the people cf this vicinity we decided to
we swing our hats on high, toes will later on succeed the celery. the closing evening.
in this county, but in the south generally handle cnly a line of goods that would need no apology. The'resultis
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And our cheers crossed the Pacific to When the tomatoes have been marketed Mrs. Frances Roberts of Utica, regent -
leads us to believe that with Manila Bay, P. I. the ground can be planted to peasor of the D. A. R., Mrs. Cora D. Graham apparent already. We reasoned that we. could not afford tM:\"andle

the same attention paid to the lawbreakers I the Shears, Sawbuck &. Co.'s or mail order house quality of goods, i
There's a new star on the banner and allowed to grow a hay crop, which vice president of the W. C. T.U. t
so far as prohibitory laws as we. must do business with our neighbors and not with customers a tI
I, it's shining mighty bright, will spring spontaneous from crabgrass ., Mrs. Frank Shuler president of t
concerned, by the county officers 1 thousand miles distant. Our lines have been carefully selected. Our
are ; three the Western Federation of Women
And she's safely democratic-Oklahoma thus producing money : : I ,
t circuit judge and state's attorney and you're all right.W. crops and a forage crop upon the will attend as fraternal delegates

; the same standard applied by jurymen M. :M.: in the Commoner. same land during the year. from their respective organizations.More I WHITE HICKORY FARM AND TURPENTINE cr.
to such law breaking! as to all I
I These are only a part of the plans
will the i WAGONS0: I fare
guarantee
I I I other law breaking Political Items of Interest to Women and preparations now being put into than Enough is Too Much. j <*
r 0 practical enforcement of the local op- To maintain health a mature man
tion laws. The Michigan Federation of Labor effect by Hastings farmers further or woman needs just enough food to I I built and sold on honor. We carry a full line of ,
particulars of which we will give in
2. We believe the sale! and use of has just adopted resolutions declaringfor repair the waste and supply energy 1
our next issue.-St. Augustine Meteor. and body heat. The habitual con- EVERYTHING IN: VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIES l
Intoxicating liquors to be detrimentalto suffrage for women in mineral,
sumption of more fool than is necessary -
the labor in this co.mty, and for and for Michigan women in particu Conversational Social for these purposes is the prime !! We have HARNESS for the Florida: mule as well. as for the $1000 t.
;* business reasons urg. the voters to lar. cause of stomach troubles, rheumatism -
1 wel- j; driver. See us for anything in our lines and we assure you that we. will r
The league chapters always and disorders of the kidneys. If
help carry the county lry. Tom L. Johnson is to be one of the t| strive to please yo. and "make good." Yours very truly,
troubled with indigestion, revise your
:. A careful observation of other speakers at the annual convention of come suggestions and hints as to the
diet let reason and not appetite con-
dry towns in the state has led us to the Ohio Woman Suffrage Associa- conduct of meetings. We find in the trol and take a few doses of Chamberlains KNIGHT & LANG. I

;, believe local option not only is not a tion, which is to be held at Youngs- Canadian Epworth Era a list of sug- Stomach and Liver Tablets and t .

; detriment to a town's growth, but in town in October. gestive plays on words in connection I you will soon be all right again. For --- J.P .
:0: all
sale by druggists. m
; many cases beneficial. The United Teamsters of America with well known authors that may be.

i 4. We do not believe that anythingcan i in convention at Rochester N. Y., If do not need it
entertaining. you FOR SALE-As long as they la.stwe E-N-
[
: be said from a canal or educa- resolution H 0 N : I 2
adopted a calling upon now cut it out and file it away for future offer a few second hand organs in f
tional standpoint in favor of the legalized congress to submit to the state legis- use:
good condition at a very low price
liquor traffic, but rather the con lature for ratification an amendmentto Who is the oldest author Adams.
I for cash. Ocala Music Co. 8-17-dwtf
,. trary. the United States constitution pro- The youngest autbor-Childs. fOOD
It is therefore d"eridd proper to mbiting disfranchisement on accountof I The healthy author-Hale. lPU E I iJ t
Red Salln H?
thus openly! state theso lews as being I
sex. The sickly authorHaggard.The ,. _._ '_ __-u. ._
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l a few of the reasons frr calling this The Era Club of New Orleans, numbering farmer's authorFields.The i.
I STALLS l tf ::3 ciiiMARKET '
flection. several hundreds of membersand dairyman's authorCowper.The PROFESSIONAL CARDSW.

It is also true that Mr. It R. Car- including some of the most representative ditcher's authorTrench.The .
l BEST FLORIDA AND WESTERN
H. POWERS M. D. fj
i J 1 roll the business manager of the women in the city, is angler's authorHooker.The .

i' Star who by virtu" of holding the questioning all gubernatorial candidates suburban author-Townsend.

J i|j larger interest controls: its' policies as to where they stand on the Too greedy author-Hogg. PHYSICLAND SURGEON. Beef, PoruttOl!{ ), Lamb aijd Veal. :

I' as a member of. the city council, inj woman suffrage question. Not content The cunning author-Fox. i ;'

;j { troduced and voted for the following with asking simply for a state- The evasive authorDodge.The Office. .Yonge Block.. :'If i.
OCALA, FLORIDA
i I set of resolutions: ment of belief the Era Club demands"If sportsman's authorHunt.The ARMOUR'S ;
: "Be it resolved Py the: city council "
not why not? warrior's .
authorShakespeare.The
T. E. BIGGS. I
,, I i of the city of ocala. t'rati The Nurses' Association of the Pa- jeweler's author-Goldsmith. "Star" Ham and Breakfast Bacon Viennai 'J.

I ], !; Whereas, The i liapre-'sion generally cific Coast, at its recent annual meet The cbef's authorCooke.The ATTORNEY AT LAW.

t i! j I prevails that an attempt will be made ing passed a resolution in favor of domestic authorHolmes.The Sausages, Pigs' Feet, &CRUSH \

., .J., I! to. have another wet fir dry election woman suffrage after debate. The woodland author-Hawthorne. Law Library Building. ....

S (' called in Marion\ county, and, newly-elected president Dr. Helen The pontifical authorPope.The OCALA, FLORIDAE.

I t! f That whereas TMs! matter has Criswell was among its supporters. submarine authorCable.The DINNER ORDERS OUR SPECIALTY.

been fully considered heretofore by Last year a similar resolution was painful author-Bunyan. W. DAVIS. I t VI

I. the people of :Marion county; andI laid on the table. The groaning author-Payne. s

I within the last two years or thereabouts At the recent election in Chicago The aboriginal authorSavage.The ATTORNEY AT LAW Let us serve you. Remember our 'Phone number is {32 ;..,| _,

"\ t, tfce people of tht county voted on the acceptance or rejection of the refreshing authorBrooks.The .

'i by a large majority against having new city charter, out of .*. 5''+0.000) chorister's author-Sangster. Gary Block. Pure Food Market, Hugo Russell fro

k ;. the county dry; and, male citizens over 21 years of age, The blistering author-Burns. OCALA, FLORIDAR. I.

? i Whereas a large per cent. of the influential :320.000 neglected to vote either way. The breakfast authorBacon.The = I '

:"i\ t[ business men of the county Mrs.\ Catharine Wuagh McCulloch, dinner author-Lamb.-Flori- D. FULLER.DENTIST. j

| then and now. are of the opinion that Evinston's woman justice of the jda I Christian Advocate. ... John E Stetson University .
it would be contrary to the interest Over Munroe & Chainbllss' Bank
peace, now asks why all men shouldnot Four
Colleges and Five Technical ;
Schools
1 ', of the county and city of Ocala if the be disfranchised, "first, the stay- BOOM FOR JOE FOLK OCALA FLORIDA DeLAXD
FLORIDA
J! 1 f county should go dry; and, homes because they deserve it,
,t i J. E. CHACE, D. D. S. Affiliated with the University of-Chicago.
I Whereas at the present time owing and, second, those who really did The boom of Joe Folk Missouri
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL. _" _
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I I .ART >-a" *. u
l I to the construction of the courthouse vote, because they belong to a sex for president has reached Florida and DENTIST.Holder an d arils; are: those: othe Uni S
versity of
Chicago.
t and the many public buildings where so many are indifferent. Evidently settled down In Marion county whereit Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both

J it is essential that taxation should Mrs. McCulloch has been hopes to grow and strengthen and Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs.

not be duly increased; and, studying the of the state Block. COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted. to
arguments the anti- possibly capture delegationto OCALA, FLORIDA law in Florida practice 1
4 Whereas, the city council are of the woman suffragists.Out the national democratic conventionnext without examination. >/

further opinion that in view of the year. An address has been is- STRAYED-One black COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS- .

t t improvements now being made that of Sight. sued to the democratic voters of the heifer marked staple fork, cow under and bit Mechanical Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses lead f' j

t I I it is unwise to create dlssention among "Out of sight, out of mind" is an county, signed by a number of leading in one ear, under ing to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment f
square, bit
: the citizens of the andcounty old saying which applies with spec- upper COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking. in
all
city its
l' I citizens, endorsing Governor Folkin branches.
in the other branded Bookkeeping
ial force to a sore or burn, or woundof "B. Has been by best methods. Shorthand and
1 ; and, : strong terms and calling for a meet with cattle Typewriting. Elective courses In !
any kind that has: been healed with my about three years. other open :
I I Whereas:, in view of the fact that I Bucklin's Arnica Salve. It's out of ing at Ocala, October 7th, to organize Owner can have same by paying for Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building. a

i the morals of the city and county I sight, out of mind and out of exist a Folk club. This is as it should be. this advertisement, and other PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard.

I Ii have never been according to the ence. Piles, too, and chilbains disappear -I Public sentiment in the South as to C. Milligan, Anthony Fla.expenses. Yale, Princeton, Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class CoUeges.
: I under its healing influence. GUar- 4tw NORMAL AND MODEL
court records,, better than: at the SCHOOLS-i.
anteed by Tydings & Co.., druggists. the next democratic nominee for president ses. C. MILLIGAN:, :.
present time and that in II ing. Primary and Grammar Scoool '
; view of the I in
25 cents. m is in a chaotic condition, and 9-15-4tw Anthony, Fla. separate building, These schools
\ ordinance of the city, closing saloonsat : I it is time that it should begin to especially prepare Public School teachers.

ten o'clock, that the interests of Madame Reichert Arrives No is authorized to MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe onan. 3
crystalize. man For Sale,-Dr, Marean's Liver Pills a dozen pianos, separate
\= the city and county have been safeguarded Madame Reichert, one of Balti speak for the South nor even for made from Dr Marean's private for building, large faculty" thorough courses of study. t 3

t ; and more's finest dressmakers, arrived in Florida, on this issue, for no man mula; have been tested for twenty- ART SCHOOL- ? Studio. Costly casts models, etc. V -

t That Whereas, the city council believes Ocala Monday to spend the winter. knows what the majority sentiment five years; purely vegetable. Sent Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors They hold de- f
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t that no local measures can successfully Madame Reichert will be located at really is. The only way to find out is postpaid on receipt of price. 25 cts. a grees from the University of Chicago Yale, Dartmouth Columbia r
,
waST '
prohibit the sale: of liquor, Miss Mary Affleck's mllinery parlorsin by some such practical step as that ,I box. Address Utrecht Toronto Wake Forest BWflmeU" University tf >

I Be it Resolved, That we, the city the Ocala House, and is cow readyto taken in Marion county, and Governor Mrs. Beatrice Marean, There are Over $300.000.00 in }.\

i council, are opposed to the calling or receive customers. She! comes to Folk is a pretty good candidate to 16 East Belmont St. buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar :'.'" '
holding of such election in this county Ocala with the finest endowed library of over 13,000 volumes endowment; a.:1
very recommen- start wi:h. But there are others and Pensacola, Fla. ; a beautiful chapel: "
tI I J 1 and desire to put ourselves on record dations as "a inodiste of the highest we suspect that behind and above and nishings. including stained glass windows 7 oil paIntings with costly fur- 4' 1 f

I' as a council to that effectSo order and it will be her pleasure to over them all in the end will bloom STYLISH TURNOUT FOR SALE. organ; a Gymnasium with complete appaWtus- an enclosed, a $10,000.00 pipe g

it will be seen that the editor serve her customers in the most satisfactory the stalwart personality of W. J. Bryan cunning track tennis courts baseball diamond and Athletic Field, j

\ and business manager of the: Star as manner. who will walk o2 with the gate Horse harness and BUrry for sale, wing golf, rowing and otto'sports; separate buildings gridiron, besIdes swim- ,

.\ to the calling of the election are at All those who wish the most up-to- receipts as usual and lead us injo cheap, for cash and quality. The horseis ten large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics for men women; 1
sixes-and-sevens. One seven years old, large, gentle, Biology; several *HK and
believes large electric
that
date gowns at reasonable prices will that museums S
undiscovered land lying beyondthe and shops
i sound and a good traveler in either : t: 1
t it would be a good thing and ought to do well to see Madame Reichert. Ides of November, 1907.-Live harness or saddle gaits. A good steam heat cement walks, shell roads broad eleetfrie bells, 4

i' be encouraged; the other believes Oak Democrat chance for someone to secure a good shrubbery and trees; sociaL literary, musical and avenues, spacious campus, a f

J. that it would be a bad thing and )Ir. L. M. Graham of Anthony, one family turnout Hone will work any lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian other students' clubs star '

I ., would bring on strife and contention of Marion county's best known fann Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle left Mon- where.Banner office.Enquire of S. M. Lummus 10-ltf, at and healthful, and the expenses are low teaching. The location. Is beautiful '

\ and would be detrimental to the best ers, spent. Sunday in Ocala with his day for Central, where she openedher For catalogs, views folders and information '
Interest of the address the Presider
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L'ENGLE HEARING POSTPONED The Flood of Gold.
WHAT WHISKEY DOES Mr. Frederick Upham Adams has a

Will 'Appear in Bradentown October ; very interesting article in a recent
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14 and Tampa October 16 I number of Success on the "Flood of
Claude L'Engle and J. P. Reese will : Gold." Mr. Adams points out that in

4 not appear before: Judge Robles in 13i: >" the annual production of gold .
this city Thursday, the date originallyset amounted to about four millions A

44 for preliminary hearing in the! hundred years later it was about six
I, cases filed against them by Col. Peter i; millions and in 1700 about seven millions -
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U. Knight and Editor W. F. Stovall. In 1SOO the annual production
4 The hearing has been postponed unt. -i had risen to about twelve million
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.! October 16. I I And even as late as 1S40 the production -

Mr. L'Engle was scheduled to ap- was only about twelve millions.It .
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pear before the county judge of Manatee began to rise in 1S49, but even the
at Bradentown tomorrow, but flood of gold that followed the discov-

i that hearing has also been postpon- eries of 1849 looks diminutive when
\\ ea The date now set is October 14. compared with the four hundred mil-
:|I The postponement was brought lion dollar output of 1906 The annual +
| about through an agreement of coun- supply of gold has developed since
I,
I sel. Colorel Bob McXamee, who with 1896, and we are now each year producing
Judge F. M. Simonton is counsel for more gold alone than we produced
I L'Engle, is out of the city, helping the gold and silver both in 1896.
"wets" in their campaign against the I As a result prices have risen the

"drys" in Orange county. Colonel world over and the purchasing power
I
Knight is at Boston, where Judge.. of the dollar has fallen. Debts are
Locke is hearing his appeal for an in- now being paid in cheap dollarsatleast

junction in favor of the Tampa Water in dollars some thirty per cent.

I Company against the city of Tampa. cheaper than dollars were in 18SC. c

f! -Tampa Times. I II And the end is not yet in sight. How
i long will the financiers permit with-
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I Rather Previous. I out protest this cheapening of the d/'!Ilar I-

"Already," said Brother Dickey ?-Commoner.
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".1. li'l chilluns is count in' de days -,
The slurs at Southern orators because -
I till! Chris'mus. Does ou reckon you'll I
of the performances of a few
-rOPb- ::It. in purty good financial fix on dat I II I .
; I ,I ia\ ?" he asked. I of them moves the Charleston News

We hope so," was the reply. "Why' and Courier to say that "flamboyance

to I do you ask?" is not confined to any part of the

"Well," said the old man, "it has country. To be sure we have our
"This piooession, the I pathos tf which 1 !ih n.jjit; : imiot .'tihom or tongue describe.} often come ter pass in my experience Vardaman, our Graves and our Till-

Prohibition :Speech, oi' Henry \\'. Grady. dat wen Chris'mus roll roun' some er man. but the character of the Southis

my men-white folks is either done no more to be defined by them thanis

--- spent all dey spar' money, or dey gits that of the Xorth to be gauged by
, too full ter know whether it's Chris'- such voluble persons as Congressman =
PETER STANLEY AT HIS BEST mus, Fo'th er July or campmeetin.F. .,, Snlzer, Senator Beveridge, Senator

L. S. Dolliver. Mr. Bryan 'Big Bill Devery

'F Abandon the Farm Live in Town? Some Good Sound ex-Senator Billy Mason and the president -
\Vh to Logic If all the willing-to-be candidates himself.Montgomery Adver

attend the Ocala coming-out convention tist'r.I .
These Lines.
: Along great indeed will be th*' crowd.
-Time "l"nion. I Rod Saunders.
But wny should Mr. Farmer leave : unqukted flame of forever unconquerable blinds has faded to a dull colorless.As : closed while a good thing runs over ,
I
his: good old country home, where the I love-nothing less-leads her I they enter the steps an old cat, him.In. -

very air is sweet rest, comfort peace, gallant admirer to choose her from all once the children's fond pet, dashes il speaking ot farm machinery, I 1 ttt+ IIIIHII Ill II i
I happiness, and live in town jammedto the others? If not then why, Mr. Farmer jut of the' back door and disappearsin I' wish to be understood that I have long : ..- Illlllllllllllilrr/ell

the ury elbows by the maddening abandon your country home, the tall grass and weeds. One rose, since ceased to recognize a farm with
crowds \\ho run daily neck-and-neck and move to town for the sake of auigher from a lone stem that hasn't died, early less than two horses or mules in

races tor fund and clothing and a few education? g.. peeps out from among the thistles this day ot progress and nigh labor

i j pt'nny luxuries at the cost of dollars? And John! Well, he's yet a lad. a only to add pain to the recollec- one ordinary man is supposed to keep
f A deep question, indeed! A ques- hard, healthy chap, with a splendid tions of the bitter past-for it was two horses or mules quite busy.
the pulse ofsue constitution partly developed. Everything .Mary's: favorite rose.Alas The disc ,
1.1,11 that i is quickening : plow comes first to break!:
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?' ot our ablest men. is new and that which appeals How true it is, and yet how your land, .no matter how dense the ((

First of all Mr. Farmer abandons irst to a boy's nature is something distresaiugly; sad that we have seen vegetation, sow oats, etc. You
can Where want it-
II. i-umtry home for the sake of a new. The second move is ta select many thus reach the final divide passover : I I regulate it any depth from two inches : -.:t:: yon
it! :rl'l' standard of education for bis i,.e bad from the good and discardthe the dark river, forsaken and forgotten 10 eight inches. You can turn your When JOB want iiNo -

I,* .-'III !r.Siuce Mary has reached latter. Many odds against Jom '; ; with scarcely a "bead board" mud entirely over or just hail OUT !i ooO: )P smoke-no smell-no trouble.
the tory head of the best country success. as a town lad. Father and :o mark the lonely mound of earth. ..n)' ordinary man can operate it. 01 t tt heat
hurry
fc Oiten want in a
da,1"1lIt'! mast go to town in order to other, untrained as to the real! dangers course you want a combination hill you

_ prm-eei i*. Lteber. .;oho is just behindi unaccustomed to applying the Then why abandon the good old and drill seeder. No use to have your in some room in the house the fur
coming. daily warnings and restrictions, John jountry: home and move to town? wife and
I I t-r, .\11'th" others: are children dropping corn for I nace docs not reach. It's so easy to
1 \Vheti.eiir not Mr. Farmer makes a duds latitude, and in this latitude he Tae inducements on the farm to- a week. Then you want it dropped

t II!'I.laKl' in this particuular is no long- Suds tbe downward stream of life lay are many fold compared to the perfectly anyway for you are ::.)ill; I pick up and carry aPERFECTION
?i t'r a question: of speculation, with the with its millions of wrecked s-r.ils- past. Beginning with the home itself to cultivate it with a two-horse ridinL- I

.'JL! 0( ..\'qtl| : U of a possible few out oft physically! and mentally-and ere hc- : Modem invention has put it almost cultivator. Then there's the niowina on Heater
'if I .uuivUHKIn the case of Mary, fort awakens to a realization of conditionsae I on an equal standard with the machine and rake. 'All these are nIle I ..

t] } II..--am'" Does she not lose in health himself is beyond the ropes of city home. The telephone tbe daily machines and your boy will delict! : with Smokeless Device)
1 \\ hat !,< gains in wealth? Does she safety and is carried off with the I papers and free rural mail delivery in running them. He'll make >"u, Equipped

't nut los, in strength what she gainsh. t I wicked undertow of society and- tae weekly papers and monthly magazines j some money with 'em too, ana. I i- : to the room ycu want to heat-suitable for any room in the
Does she not lose in prac- what might have been a producer, a the phonograph with its accomplished I sides, he'll have
i l-amyv" i time to read R,.,: I house. It has a real smokeless device absolutely preventing
I'\ t.ial 1 ,.. ha she gains in scientific? ; lather a dtzen-is forever lost. musicians and most won- I write and enjoy the luxuries I
DOt"JH' not lose a large portion of I derful orators of the day, thes gas above. He'll stay at home spokenof smcke or smell-turn the wick as high as you can or
1\ -ou u., I
1\ ht i 1'0:1 1 frnoss for ordinary wifehood Late in the afternoon of life "pa" range cooking stove, the improved farm-the good old country home as low as you like-brass font holds 4 quarts of oil ;

I ;I ,'r :lIu'lwl'r.joJ.! in_ the accomplishment and "ma" give up the struggles of lights the rapid transit lines to market And your girls will stay at LOIIIf \ that gives out glowing heat for 9 hours. Finished .

.'I t tii ait.that make her a society town life and return to the good old the bicycle and automobile. All you'll only add what's justlyH; I 1 \' i in japan and r.ickcl-an ornament
h,-llt[\ .? Th arts of cooking sewing, home. "Pa" is haggard, worn and these and many more are in reach of them to the home. &
rufiii.-4an
, >,'r\iuC.: washing and ironing (when race is almost run. does not add them to his list of improvements er, standard of education for your |

absolutely: necessary, if you please), Their poor old hearts bleed with just as fast as financial girls and boys on the farm. The resources I The Lamp

-euiis: ;: hens feeding pigs, marketing pain as the picture of their once happy circumstances will possibly permit is are inexhaustible for learning i I is the lamp bur the student or \\\h i y'::''I- jj111

--:>: .\1!, at last, (but I must ap- days now :appears in its dotage. not doing his duiy toward his family for mastering the problems ofj I j reader. Il sites a brilliant, steady light \\\ ;\;' tlt
I. i ; ,, iii-! very: cautiously) does that The farm fences are decayed, destroyed nor his country in helping to make iu'e real. I that makes study a pleasure Made ot brass,nickel plated and equipped III I \I
_' ....in -o i'-'ii of pure love predoiiii- and gont. The fruit trees are, iarui life more attractive. And then there is a sweetness iu I with the latest improved central draft burner. Every lamp warranted. I -
II Oil Heater RJ\O Lanprom\
I Perfection
nockry iu' tfcoir efforts to thrive: On the farm we have, first of all, I 11 you cannot obtain the cr I
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uly
t i.ai.! '. ..! :-election or acct ptaucc. the late afternoon of life that will fur descriptive circular,
dealer write to our nearest agency
,i .1 i. ;-.Mii.l that assures undisturb- and produce. Til? old house is liter :.,proved: farm machinery, in reachof comfort you, if you'll stay with the I your STANDARD Oil. COMPANY I
.I .:it t 0'III i all th.ror.sh life? Is she lily falling down; the roof leaky: win any man who is not too indolent good old home. oeorport "'" "
1 1 I-\ "',:"i"l hat! nothing less than ann lows: broken and the green cu th e H) stand in the road with his eyes: country PETER ST.\.NLY. 1 j i i \\mi\m\t\u\\\\\\\\\\u\\\\\\\\\\\u\uu\\\\\\\tmu\\\u\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\\ I\\\\\\\\\\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \!i\\\\ \\\\ \ \ \\\\ \\ \\\\\\\\ t.

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HON THOMAS WATSON ON PRO- dry laws I have shared the discouragement August. 19o7September . . . OI I result of our laws, and the successful !I ff ft .._..---n'U "

BITioN I which comes to all citizens 1907 . . . 0 i efforts made to enforce them. has: '
TomVatson, the distinguished who are profoundly in favor of law iI been greatly advanced. i a

Ceoui.; writer and publicist, owns a j and order, good morals and good con- Total for three months. . 1 "I hope you will succeed in your
wane i r ,u me in Dade County.. In re--l duct. But there has never been any Arrests for All Causes anti-liquor campaign in Oklahoma.

-1'1! -' 10 a request for his views on 111 I II. room for doubt that when temperancelaws High License- 'Sincerely yours. 1)1kI I I I \ I \ \
.<' question; which is up for are enforced just as other stat- July, 19i*6. 90 "H. C. HAXSBROUGH.' I
l by slur people of Dade, Mr. utes are enforced, the results are invariably August, 59 ,
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\\ rites u Bubo Dean of the dedi satisfactory.You I i No Screens or Chairs Allowed in Pen- ; IS DAILY I Ii
:r.l'"lb: r.J. r may be sure that my heart is Total for two months.,149 sacola Barrooms I RRIVINd

Your favor recieved. you I I i with you in the contest in which you Local Option- Under the ordinance passed by the i i
'fwill un.! a copy of a letter which I +i are engaged and I hope that your efforts July. ". 20 city council of Pensacola before the And we have many bargains to offer ycu. For
1 wrote in response to a similar request I I will be crowned with success. August .1907. 21 I recent election saloon '
keepers must
The Boston Store has been known
i I many years
in 1S9S.! It states my po- i
ui.nl.\ oi nee license and
pay a of $25ou a year
;then: ;.I!?nt as clearly and as forcibly I Arrests Before and After Local Option Total for two months. . . 41 I some of the saloons will remain closed : I throughout the entire State as the place} to save

a- I ;"lll110 A' to put it. I These figures show that local op- in consequence.: Xo: screens are I I' money on
how- The following statistics are copied tion is in this I
An-VM ring jour questions I succeeding town.Kentucky allowed in front of the barrooms nor f t ,
that from the records of the police depart- Exchange.A i
a property
eu'r, I 'uuutand regular ment of Richmond, Ky., and they j I
a
:-ii your ( Shoes
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interior from the street: and chairsare j D1'yGoocls/Clothingand ,
hesitation in for themselves. Local option United States Senator on Prohibition -
\\ trot r uro.I\: have no speak forbidden.-Times-t'niou. Oct. ...
-a\uu; that tlie! driving out of whis- began there July 1. 19* 7; previous to ,.s

K.':, :ii.t.i the \ ice and crime which are I that time we had 12: $1000 saloons. I II "Grand Forks, N. D., Aug. 00. 1907."Rev. ;. i And A\V aiv u.v.better i'repyre-i i tl' > : Prohibition Wen in Asheville Yesterday .
Ht iii-epara'jle\ companions Dade I Here are the facts: Edwin C. Dinwiddie Oklahoma small than Ixiure.We .
{I Ii ;. tot!! article at a price e\vr
be less at- I Arrests for Drunkenness
not
-t'\:1\ would certainly:
> City, Okla.: Asheville X. C., Oct. S.-After a j have received a !big lot of Beautiful
trui-uve I than it now is to such men as i High License- t just. j'j't
HUM.It' isting your section. If I i July, 19t)6. . . . . 68 : "My Dear Mr. DinwiddieReplyingto brief but strenuous campaign, the prohibitionists ,J Silks in all colors grade end prices, and our I IJ

-. wi I't HI your midst it would give me ( August, 906 . . i . 42 1 1I 1 yours of the 24th; permit me to say carried the liquor elec- ,, is AVe fit I
; plea-ure: make some speeches for that the prohibition law in North Dakota tion in this city today by a majorityof Clothing Department complete. can

j.,11 in that behalf. The first public I Total for two months---------110 I'i has been so thoroughly; enforced 845. Asheville will be dry after I you IK.- matter what size you wear, and our J Ji
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t'lt.t.'I h which: I ever made was a tem- ; Local Option- i that there is no such thing as an open January 1, next.-Times-Union. I Shoe are the kind that always give satisfaction II!
..- -peech. The: only secret order !I July. 1007 . . . . S ; saloon in this state, and as fast as i
IIII.UK wliuh ever joined was "The Old I i i August; 1907. . . . . 8 ; the 'blind tigers: or 'blind pigs' are "Lord. bid war's trumpet cease; \ in every respect. I'I'art' '
ot Temp.-rauce.' I am now fif : found the sponsors for them are arrested Fold the whole earth in peace i
Son i I I We always glad tu see you whether you
ty-oue year old and have never fail 1 Total for two months . .. 16 i and many of them find their Under Thy wings are
eJ 10 nllve! out the saloons whereveitbe !1 Court Day Drunks Arrested ; way to jail. In a large part of the I Make all Thy nations one trading not. Don't forget u-

opii>nunity presented itself tc I High License- i! state even the 'blind: pig' is a thing of All hearts beneath the SUE --.- .
I strike then a blow; nor have I eve, AI>ri1. 1907. . . . . 22 j the past I Till Thou shalt reign alone. -- ---- -- -

regretted the position which I toot, May, 1907 . . . . 12 i i "The moral effect of the law here j t Great King of kings." i

upon thi question early in liie and I June, 1907 . . . . 9'j Ii is good, and where once the open saloon II I I THe : STOP-E
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there has never been a time when 1i 1 i I was regarded with favor, now it It is unfair and a blow below the!: BOSTON I Ii
.. "AJU1h-j i its correctness. i 1 Total for three months. 43 i is so thoroughly under the ban thai belt to charge the extravagances oj!f: I

V oeca.-ionally when the authorities; !: Local Option I it would not be tolerated for a mo, the Florida legislature to Governs --- ,

are so lax ia the enforcement of tit .July, 1507 . . . . 1 ment. The cause of temperance as a" Broward.-Apalachicola Tunes.I ': iI i\ -
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Special to the Ocala Banner: ___ ..... :J
Washington, October President I
Roosexelt's journey down the historic i: ... .....00......0...ONO..4tNd I
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._ Mississippi river, his noteworthy addresses ;' ......ON....6.11.0.00.0.4 ..........$.....1k .0...N..N..+...++ d0. Oi 111@1110 :. ::: I

at Keokuk, St. Louis and 4. ., --II
Memphis, and his hearty endorsement ; t!!>- __

of waterway development undoubted! i, .- :4 .+ -< .
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have made a deep impression on the )!
American people. That the trip will ::: : \1,. !:,.< : : -*
lend an impetus to consideration ol; .... D (\j ,...t-;..:t
the problem that is confronting the, tJ&-- .T. I -. ..,'...... OJ I ra" '... f't." .; .+ oo
BRDO'VI'I' ( --0
nation is beyond question. It will rt'- : ,.- : A : .. .!-f' I\ : "lft,. l ; : a
suit without doubt in spurring the i ---- i.:!' -c..A. __
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for i *-- '
country into activity in providing i -9


(a.-,''.:pplement ircrowded system of the and transportation incapable railroads, that of already!hand,will i:, ct G>>-- i 1111. DQ. L' E fB:. H] | L. ]f ff ?' TlOfI; i. ::: '

In,. the immense increase in tram :i I-- .. *4 JJS2H 1 tl :llX!!. A r ,t'A"0.
I'his activity will be given added nJIII-- : W': rl1'l: :.L-; =:c.:l* :2SiiSSaaJ --<:J
I fa- ) .
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ii',i.etus in December, just on the eot v" | L -
the assembling of the national c-on ;, : : =:
j-'ess' by the annual convention ot'i ': : 1 : --0

gress.i,lie: national Captain rivers J. F.and Ellison harbors of, con Cm. i! E i Now is the time to replenish I your stoci i

cinnati, its secretary and treasure 3-- + 0El =:
Las just completed} arrangements here !|, &*- iP --ct
for the meeting no December 4, ." and I i : Wit 1 1 :
6. The convention will be held in th j i if .
great ball room of the New Willardhotel -- +. .. --0.....
which has been the scene of
many important conventions and brilliant -
social events. It was found necessary I Ale 4 Red Rock Ginger
: to engage the largest hall in ,

the District of Columbia became of ,
the: promised attendance, delegatesfrom
every state in the Union having -- + +

already ing The present.convention signified their will intention be one of of the he t !: Lerno Lime 4. j4.J


most important of its kind ever h(1in )
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the United States. Invitations to .
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address the delegates have been issued j 0

to members in the cabinet, lead E t AND IN FACT EVERYTHING IN THE 4 :O

ers on the floor of the senate and : ......
house, governors of many states and ---
men prominent in business life, and

pour already in.acceptances There will are be beginning almost as to I I GROCERY LINE I 11

many notables present as are to In-
found at a national political coin en-
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tion.The 4
meeting will be the fourth annual

L.: convention of the organization e New Stock Arriving Daily. Let have or-l
For seven years the national rivers us your -i
and harlorsongress has worked to
arouse the public to the necessity for I/ r- 4 ___


developing States.the congestion the Several waterways years of freight of ago the it traffic United foresaw E .i ders. Prompt shipment guaranteed | 341


that last winter practically isolated 4 --
Northwest and left scores of communities .-...- .. 4 4 --.- ;'
to freeze because of the lack tll.- 4 4 -
of cars to carry coal to them. At that
time the prophecy was scouted.: Today E I WE ALWAYS CARRY FULL ASSORTMENT 4 4
the public is awakening to the 4 -
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need for more means of commuinca C 4
lion, and especially: for a system of 4 4
transportation that will relieve! the
r railroads of the heavier claes of t 1cam

freight.In 4
his speech at Keokuk the piv-i :
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dent spoke plainly and emphatically 4 -c
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of his interest in and endorsement ot I --- t' n -
the cause for which the organizationis t : f!! .L 4.. .-
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working. In discussing the ma'tei( G>- n 1111 4

of improving the rivers, he said & u 4i
"I feel that we cannot have to> e>

many highroads, and that an additio, ; :
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to the iron highroads of our rail\\a< f
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>: item we' should also utilize the 4
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grt at river highways which have h. nJMUM -t 4
u.; bv nature. From a vanet! 0*-. f W recommend and handle .

ul e.iiiethese: '" highways m mai\ .
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panot the country have Keen almost Jl-- ti 4i -4i
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abiiiinne| l. This is not healthy, Our i
ju'tijui a>t4i "'"pecially tne ropresent
itv, .,it I the people[ in the national .:. =
,. Ralston Purina Feed
I"j- -aould give then mo>t caro-
6
1 '. : ll'l.'U to this: suhjt'1 Wei i
A
-i 1 M .1 le prepared to put :he nation *
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1'I1.t: .i.back:. of the movement to
il"PI"U! \: for the nation's. ue.. i far the best
By ground feed for stock the i
On'/ :vjumlrdge at tin- time is not 1 on market I .
MM ''i ato permit me to go into de- \ .
U'N, or to say definitely just what : : '
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file nation should do; but most, assuredly : ( 4 --.11l .
our great navigable rivers are I

national assets. Just as much as out ._ .. Q.tIlT .:
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great seacoast harbors should be fitted j i1BROOMS1 i .C.- = -
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to receive in safety the largest: j E ) l
vessels of the merchant fleets of tit- 4 l.J 4 4 -
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world, so by deepening and otherwise 4 .
our rivers should be fitted to bear I 4 -- .

merchandise.their part in" the movement of oui 1E: i Just arrived shipment 200 dozen, assorted 't, 4 .:

It is to bring these facts to the attention I 4
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of the people and the congress: :
of the United States that the national j E: 4 Buy now, 4 -. .r f
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rivers and barbors congress is work I : 4 4 -.
ing. It has had the heartiest endowment 4 4
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of the president before, and the 4 4
administration's approval will not t' .. 4 4 .....
lacking at the convention to be ht'j 4 4

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Challenge to a Joint Debate i -. ;
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Gaiter, Fla., Oct. 7, 19"x. '
To the Editor Ocala Banner: I i I I II : Yours for more business '3 ;

Dear Sir-I wish you would please I eJ- !

state in your paper that I am williuy! C -- -

a to debate meet any on the man wet in and Marion dry county issue. 11"1 M.! I! A \ I '...I' -
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can have the first speech and I wily: L .
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make the last, and choose judges; from I! I r .
W' .-.-.-.., if
the audience to decide which suit\ W M Joo:
wins. 1 am willing to meet him in I -411- f J
Ocala at any time to suit his convenience -s .t
I and let the time be set and i iI .. __ .!
:people invited through your good pal -

I I I per. Very respectfully CEO.:: O. TURNER, I I II E OCALA FLORIDA J Juuuu


Don't put it off any longer. ('()lI1f.1
Apalacticola
and have a try at ."

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