The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Itft"- e MN.N.;;; .; ......44 4."" +4NN" The government is taking its own MEETING OF CITY CQUNCIL I I! : -

t 64446.4j44 444 44-4 4o 444.44....4.44....4i.4 b' time in commencing Ocala's public i j iii[ Ean r k's Success the Entire c ommllnil Q

.. 4"r1 building, but if it will make good after A regular meeting of the city council
In conducting the affairs of :his bank, the management ..
the Best Value 1 it begins we will be satisfied That was held Tuesday night. A quorum ,
: ror i always believed that of i>
4 : men good iMness judgment an.l I c >native
. e. i-, !if for the same money they will was present. Mr. Gates occupiedthe I
ideas appreciate the progressive Bank, conducted on sti
give us as good a building as the chair.
GET A s I business lines; that its growth and success is the comma
4 county commissioners gave us all! After reading and approving minutes
j. i I' gain; that such a bank best protects the interests of its depos
will we'
: be well and we will be glad a number of citizens were heardon
: and thus proves its greatest help r0 the commercial developand .
25cBOX 0 fi i waited. i various matters.Mr. .
I credit of the community.
I II I : R. E. Yongeloti'of the dangerous -
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:. t o r OE OUR t 4 ** '.. honored Hon T.our J. sanctum Laud-Brown with of Tampa a visit, ;;'that condition his little of son the while streets.riding He a said bicycle r' U i j \ f a CHAfABLISS .

: : Tuesday. He was in Ocala promoting ; [ at night had fallen in a mortar BANKEIS aUCALa
STATIONERYH 4 O box that had and
no warning signals
.5 the state fair, which will be held in.;
4" was seriously and almost fatally! in- F \
Tampa next February. He
4> wants:
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(10 Ocala and Marion :
x county represented --- :
4 i'i Mr. Woodrow asked that the Wood I
at this great which he will'i MR. CARN REPLIESTo :
show says !: r46a-moaaoe $. ; :
i 4 < i be the biggest ever held in Florida, !; mar Sand and Stone Company be I

PostofficB Drug
section of the which .
city, was
.... .. j Ocala and Marion county, bavins hitherto I notice two articles lately in the _
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V granted.
I| carried off first honor Mr. Ocala Star, one signed "A Tax Payer" "F

Prescriptions Prepared I i Brown says they cannot afford not to!i iI ,: A petition was read from Messrs. and the other "An American Citiz 'n." > ...:;.
: 4 Properly : JS. A. Rawls} and E. P. Thagard, saving I
I be represented next year. j One says that I am using the count v's _.. -
4. 0A ,<; !that they expected to erect a facTory time for ;rohit'! ion, and seems to -. ----

ya 4$4+sf4z.'Q$44e+ ? o)t a 4oe4 I {tin Ocala for the purpose of manufacturing 1 {
bs4' +3J' rft Mr. John D. Robertson has begun! think that I sho HOt be working for

"L edQi t b0< tee4briQAPh 'I the erection of a seven-room two-story i I and asked that the plant be exempted prohibition so lot.g as I n in office. : iT if :
.. .--- .. --- -.- -. .- .- .- -- --- ':-:::::-- ; cottage on his Oklawaha avenue In answer I simply wish to say that .
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from taxation for a period of five ;
I property. This residence is located the state law nieces: it niy duty to do fji i
Local and PersonalSara j Homer Dean is again On tLe i: years. Request was granted.. t ;
Ocala police force. I next to the cottage known as the old whatever is for the, best interest to FOR
i Mr. Handelsman asked for a reduc-
I Row* 11 place, whicb is .*<,' 'i. jd b; the public schools and for the Ci'ic' ) -

Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. :Mr. Louis Toffaletti's brick store Mr. and Mrs. Hough: '1 .ii; c ttage tion on his personal assessment, as he children in 0"ese school I can see ;: :
I formerly ran two stores, and now only UDi[ MO fflS I :
will! work that be done
---- I building on Magnolia street, is near- be a modern one in every respect one. Referred to finance committee. no can possibly

Mr. i....N. dreen spent Sunday with ing completion I and Mr. Robertson is building it for that will result in j much :good roi I .- ,I
Mr. L. N. Green intereoted the council 'I I :
friends rent. In the near future Mr. Robertson the schools and children as the abolition -I -, t' '
art .
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I for quite a time trying to get the .
The New York Packer estimates will build himself an elegant of the saloon. ;, ti.: 'l
gradeof the sidewalk changed on a
Mrs. Peter Ingram has returned the present orange crop of Florida at brick home on the corner of this lot. The school is an institution est?*)- | ,,,.... "'1":
certain part of Oklawaha avenue. Af- I .f /
2rOU,000! boxes. lished to build up character, strengthen ':'>
Louie ,
tro ma visit ta her sons in Jac] motions the I -
ter much Tak and many
sun\'illt>. :Mr. J C. Howell of Anthony is in.. the mind and to make better citi- |
request was finally not granted.Mr. I
Orange growers say tint this weather the city for a day or two. Mr. Howell zens. The saloon is an institution established -I
asked for refundof
Mr. Peter Ingram has sold his home is ripening the fruit nicely, besides has just returned from a trip of Livingston a that tears down character I)I .,&&.. ij'i i
certain pound fees collected from,
in tha fourth ward to Mr. J. II. Mc- giving it a pretty color. several weeks to Colorado and other weakens the mind and makes worse!i THE JEWELER i
him for impounding his dog when he
cn-die of Micanopy.Mr. : western states. Mr. Howell went to citizens. So long as such a hindranceto
I had a dog license. Request was re .44.44 V444 ....
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the of the schools remains I-
Mr. E. S. Upham of W
John M. Graham spent Sunday I known in this city, is at home from a for his big farm at Anthony. He I shall be found trying to remove it __ _. fi.
Mr. Duval introduced several ordi-
at Connor with his parents, Mr. andMrs. I visit in the north and east. visited Rocky Ford, Denver, Colorado nances. whether in office or out of office. Invitations Issued ;

1... M. Graham.Mr. Springs, Pueblo, etc. He also stoppedin In Marion county we spend, includ- The
One preventing bill bqards on following invitations 's-
Mrs. R. A. Alfred and her attractive Missouri, where he any ing text books, for all educational : \
purchased a property within fifty feet of any side- sued Tuesday: ; .
: and Mrs. II. C. Groves have returned daughter. Miss Tterenlee Alfred of carload of horsos and mules, which he purposes for the public schools $C3-: <
walk. Mr. and Mrs. Frank II,. ."
home from Tampa, where, they Port Inglis, are visitors in Ocila: fora is expecting: to reach Ocala today. 000 per year. For whiskey and the '"
One requiring bicycles to carry lan- request the honor of your :e' '
have bti n for the past fortnight few days.Mr. institutions that tear down what the
terns at night at the marriage of their da:.3
schools} build up we spend not less \
Miss Jessie Owens of Rutland
One preventing from con- Sara Elizabeth
Mrs. R W. McDonald has returned L. D. Stafford of Firay, a prominent Sparr, was among our suburban than $300,000 per year. "
necting with city electric light wires toMr.
to her home in Jacksonville, after young man of that section, but In reply to "An American Citizen"
She has .
shoppers Tuesday. recently
without first obtaining permit from ( Charles Harrison L "
few days in Ocala with formerly of this county, wild here on I will ask him to read the above and >
spending a returned from the Jamestown Exposition -
'I electric light committee.One on Wednesday evening, ? > :
business add, that if he has lived Marion
her mother Mrs. AV. D. Condon.Mr. Tuesday.Reports in
and intended her
I I extending visit regulating the laying of pipesin the sixth,

I to New York, Niagara i Falls and the city. county as long as I have, he would see nineteen hundred and .' ...

and "Wrs. \\l. C. Jones have goneto come in from all sectionsof of twenty or more republican conventions -
other points Interest, but was called One requiring persons disturbing at nine o'clock.
Atlanta, Washington, the James- the county that quail are numerous I and caucuses held in the courthouse .
home on urgent business matters. pipes to leaves the streets in as good :Methodist: Episcopal Churc': .
ttn-vn ixi>osition and other places, this year, and the sportsmen are an- Miss Owens is a large landed proprietor ; be would have seen forty or
condition as before the pipes were ta- Ocala, Florida. ,
will several weeks. ticipating a flue season. more demo*'ratic nd caucuses .
where they spend
I I and perhajw has more tenants, and ken up.And place :
held In the
same a
especially white tenants, than anyone granting certain privileges
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ross of Gaiter one I number of other political conventions.I "Sunny Jim" Rcbinson at ,i 'y r'
Mr. Walter Ray passed through else in the county. She is making a to the A. C. h. railway for the pur-
were shopping in Ocala Tuesday Mr. have seen these and attended them, Have Narrow Escape
Ocala yesterday on his way to his old success at farming and is setting a'n pose of building a larger warehouse. i iJudge
Ross is one of the successful farmers and I have seen: at every one which Headed by "Sunny Jim" 1,
home in North Carolina, where he example worthy of emulation.Mr. McConathy's resignation was
of that section of the county.Dr. J have attended, an "American Citi- a party of Tampaites had N
will spend several weeks, recuperat accepted.A .
zen" and a "Tax Payer" there. escape from drowning in U If
ing. J. J. Leitner of the Flemington batch of bills were read and ordered -
I:. P. Guerrant! of McIntosh, one Now, if these gentlemen still think Mexico Sunday night. It is e
section and Miss I paid. Among the bills there
of the best known stockmen in the Augusta McCullough that I am using my office and time indeed that none of the pa i ,
Dr. W. G. Lamar of Quincy, who is of McIntosh were in Ocala Monday : was no bill from any member of the
state, was numbered among Ocala's contrary to law, they have perfect liberty watery graves.
one of the state inspectors of convicts, city council. This fact excited some
presumably expedition
on a ,
list of prominent arrivals Tuesday.Dr. to report the facts to the governor The party, with Mr. Ro s
was in Ocala Sunday and Monday, to as Mr.: Leitner called at the office of side and outside comment.
and to tb? state superintendent were contemplating
take a look at the convict hospital the for Bids for paving the streets
county judge the of abutting
J. D. Bennett of Crystal River I purpose and I am willing to submit to their de I able fishing trip. After ibraved
here. license and when asked the public were opened. The
j securing a square
was in Ocala Tuesday on way cision.I somewhat threatenier -

home from Hendersonville, N. C., I I the age of the young lady said that same were referred for final hearing I wish to say in conclusion that the I by leaving Egmont K I
:\11'-\rwin Heardon, formerly of this she was twenty-one. The license was to a special meeting to be held Friday I
where he has been spending a couple I Ii prohibition managers are trying toj the-sailboat Merchant, how
city but late of the regular army in accordingly issued. Finally Mr. Leit- afternoon at G o'clock. i I
of months. I I conduct a clean campaign, without were struck by a severe sq
U the Philippines, is now residing In i in the office
ner was joined judge's by
throwing mud or getting mad or tell- vessel: unable to stand tl
f Jacksonville, where he has an excel- for the of
| I McCullough purpose There is a big prohibition fight be-
I |'tng falsehoods. I have no ill feeling sprung a leak, and it was

ff lent position. and I Coleman, has gone to Macon, Ga., i i'II having the marriage performed, and ing waged at Birmingham, Ala., and I j toward those who are advocating the culty that those in charge c

to visit his wife, who is there on a I when the juudge asked her age said it i is (pr\'dicted that the result recently i i| wet side. While I believe they are j i reach land. a. '

:Master Laurie Yonge, the young i I'II visit to her parents. Mrs. Pittman she was eighteen. In that case tbe I recorded! Asheville, N. C., will bej I mistaken, I believe the most of them Reaching shore the fish

son of Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Yonge, Sr., said the license would have to I
will return home with her husband. judge repeated at Birmingham. Even the;|are honest in their views and have aright to walk to Palmetto. There:

who was so badly hurt on Friday be returned as the law now requires whiskey people concede that the principal -j to their opinions, but I ask them I tered a sharpie, but ais v

night by a fall from his bicycle, was the best{both contracting parties to be twenty- eliminate i 1
Col. T. P.. Lloyd one of city of Alabama will to give me the same right and we will I I. wa unable to weather the

resting very much more comfortaly known lawyers in Citrus county, was I one years of age, unless they had the the whiskey traffic for good and for I conduct the campaign clean and fair was blowing. As a result,

yesterday.Mrs. up from Inverness Tuesday. Colonel parents' or guardian's consent. Mr. all. They say there is no staying the and be friends during and after it I I composed of the followin:

Lloyd has been sick for several weeks Leitner then went to the telegraph great prohibition tidal wave. As well, I is over. reach the city until last ni

Julia rSlmer who has spent but Is now well on the road to complete office and wired the young lady's they say, attempt to beat back i I I 1 appeal for a good, clean honest t i I I and Bertie Burgert, Ray "

the summer avl fall with her daughter. brother, but instead of wiring Mr. i I .
the waves of the sea. The election
Shaw Robinson
I I j campaign, and if they win I submit to Harry II. ,
Mrs. William Taylor Allsopp at Leitner he wired Bell that he I. I I
Judge will take next
place Monday.
ford M. ERobinson.
the decision and ask the opposing i!II Mi
her home in Owensboro, Ky., and In had no objections to the marriage, but
and Mrs. E. H. Mote returned side to do the sane. Walker K. Blackburn! E.

the mountains of North Carolina, returned home Tuesday morning from Pennsyl in the meanwhile the young couple Dr. J. G. Baskin and :Mr. G. W. Neville W. D. CARN. I B. Cartaya, W. P. LaWYE .

home yesterday afternoon. vania. Mrs. Mote has been spending got tired of waiting and It was pre- of Dunnellon were in Ocala Tuesday I Sam Reed and others.une. .-_

) homed accompanied her mother several months in Maine and Pennsylvania sumed that they boarded the train and having come up in Dr. Baskin's Mr. C. R. Headricks says that the I .1't

will remain In Ocala forPr about fort- started but for another county to secure automobile. When that hard road
i and was joined a first railroad agitated in Florida was.
several weeks before going to St. Por I a license. At least they did not shall have been built between there
**.y*.r... .night ago by her husband. proposed to run by Salt Springs,I Tie City Exchequer
lt ,Pr burg; for the winter. again call on Judge Bell for the document two cities it will only take a matter of The bunch of
which, when Florida was a territory, young leg;

Capt. RobL D. Harrison of York an hour or so to make the trip. I enjoyed a big reputation for the mag- were arrested Monday a.. ,
York."ho now .
Mr. Steele of
,was a visitor Tuesday. Captain Har-i i nificent medicinal properties of its loitering around thet' l
one of -- -- --- -- -
old Jim Carter place
owns the : rison is one of the most liberal and i j. waters. At last, :Mr. Hendricks says Line depot, contrary to o: J
the county was among the I i
the best jn ;tolerant of men, but after giving the -, -_ Io' .....,,, -" OCVI --"" >I a railroad is to run from Ocala to this dinances of the city, w
callers at the Ocala Banner v
business "open saloon" a careful study he has,! :I famous spring. which be claims is a fore Acting Mayor Rob
Mr. Steele, says that
office Tuesday. reached the conclusion that the time I I veritable fountain of YOUtH Parties day morning. Those w'

the birds p-oraise to be very plentifulthe has come for It to go. The influences I who have camped there ana who have excuse for hanging aro

coming season and although the about it are bad, and he does not believe SHOES 'I gone there run down physically and tioL, that is to say, wb ,
season i b not yet on they are I I'
open : that any town is dependent on I mentally without an appetite, after for the purpose of carry'
hunted, and his purpose
already them for development, growth and 4 i iAiw remaining there for a few weeks, are purchasing tickets: or c; j
here was to have "no trespassing"cliils II j
prosperity. I restored to perfect health, and havean were discharged, but the
+ and will post his lands,
printed, ) THAT FIT THE FEET <
appetf'r *vat would do credit to there simpply for the petering .

r and persons shooting game and especially Mayor Barksdale and Mr. Ohn-! I an animal. When the railroad shall were fined am ,;

before the season Is opened, macht, a prominent merchant of Dun I !: have been built to Salt Springy will amount of the assesso' i

W rc1hl do so un' h'- penalty of law. nellon, were In Ocala Tuesday. These I 1 !''no doubt prove a very por then; '""**>. '?\ the SUB t

ntlemen say that Dunnellon is mak- ; cala) people. .
excellent progress and they are I! 'b'was

FRECKLESv PiHF..t': J : ....tang for the day when Dunnellon J I I Manufatured in OcalaI ed for -10 ac,. ., uecau: .

REMOVED In Ten Days.Nadinola. and Ocala will be connected with the:! I Do you know that we are making tri to such a noint the

hard road now contemplated, and,, I(cement brick in Ocala, which are superior npossible for passenger:

both gentlemen were lavish in their I THAT FIT THE POCKET I i in lasting quality to any other the trains to elbow their ,.

The Complexion praise cf Ocala and said that the I make of brick on the market, and we the throng of negroes tha

Beautifier is en- county site, since the completion of 1 I can sell them as cheap as other makesin at this station. Mr. Rr

don '' large or small quantities. We also that be intends to put a c

I .i of grateful ladies and grounds, deserves the praise! of every The Marion Shoe Co.J. manufacture and have 01 hand hex- that persons, black or

"' '-" guaranteed to remove citizen In the county. A municipal I' agon blocks for paving purples have no business arocnf

'" all facial cWooL>r' election Is being held In Dunnellon all inquiries must expect similar treatras
We will be glad to answer
'j A tions and restore tn. I ( M. Meffert D. B. Maya)
.. today and Mayor Barksdale Is a can- and show samples. he is in office.
didate for re-election, and his friends WOODMAR SAND:. > STONE CO.
: cases in twenty days. 50c. and $1.00 are confident that he will continue in I ) OCALA, FLORIDA. < I Red Saunders.Red .
P. 0. Box 956,
all leading drug I or by miby I
,y-.at NATIONAL TOILET iO.. Paris Teas office. I ..-, a..A'I V-.IW j 104tf.. Ocala, Florida. Saunder J

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ROUND-UPS ing almost entirely neglected, viz: the
E GRAHAMVILLE sugar cane. Owing to an early \

few years ago most of the seed cane Special Cor. Ocala Banner: .. .
Cor. Ocala Banner: Special Cor. Ocala Banner: considerable Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
f Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Special from the was killed, and our farmers have nev- We have had quite a

1. I Come with me this beautiful, bright]I Several carloads of oranges are The following is taken whose er secured sufficient seed to take the t change in the weather, the past few Those who were so sick at Evin-

Sunday afternoon, and we will take a' leaving each week. Jonesboro (Ark.) Enterprise, I place of what they lost In fact there days being very cool, making everybody ston last week are now up and
vigorously opposed -
stroll in and around this oasis of Marion Mrs. Van P. Kelsey returned from editor, until recently, forces of that I is more Japanese cane planted here feel much better. around.It .

-the Grahamville and Connor Tampa last week, where she Las been the anti-saloon than sugar cane and while it is an Mr. W. II. Leverett and family returned was a mistake about a man en ..

country. Everything as to nature, visiting her sister, Mrs. McIntosh county: easier crop to raise and probably home Friday from White tering the school house and threaten:1

Mrs. W. C. Black left Saturday for I' ing the teacher and pupils with
near and far, of the Oklawaha gorgein will make as many gallons of syrup Springs.Mr. his:

the continuous woods of where rolls I Winter Haven, where she will visit The Moral Change change in the per acre, but it is far inferior to our Hancock, who has been team- gun week before last. He was drunk

the stream of the Land of Flowers, is i her brother, Mr. J. E. Davenport.Mr. There is a decided of Craighead county, genuine old Florida syrup. The best I ing for Mr. W. J. Lohrig here for the and walking around, but when the

busy putting on autumn clothes-a I Van Kelsey killed a rattlesnakein criminal record entirely to the extermination use to which the Japanese cane can I past few months! happened to a very teacher passed him on her way homehe

: The sluggish his yard Monday morning, measur- due almost last politely took off his hat
brown auburn tint. be put is to grow and cure it for forage painful accident at Dunnellon to her

,,' morning waters of the river, as we I ing five feet and having seven rattles, of the blind tiger.of court in Jones- for horses, hogs and cattle. On Sunday morning, getting both his and finally went to his own home,

.. to us, as are the and Mr. J. F. Sigmond killed one last At the last term train. where he was arrested by the Mican
is mystery off freight
gaze a I Frank Smith then said, good land the yield is simply tremendous legs cut by a

t snowclad old mountains: out across Thursday on his farm, measuring five boro, Judge traffic in Jones- in fact, we know of no plant Mr. C. S. Reese was in Dunnellon opy sheriff and treated very CJraelly, :
"The illegal
but our smiles are feet and had eight rattles. in that he was taken to chained
a the Great Divide, and it Sunday.Mr. jail
must cease," and cease it did, that will give as large a yield,
,:i getting more sunny, so to speak, each Our baseball boys are practicingfor because from the day of that positive is greedily devoured by stock, and O. G. Lohrig was in Ocala Sun- to a negro, simply because he was

'j day, for we are learning the ways and another game with the Esmeraldateam. until now no blind tiger has has a high nutritive value. It is yet day. drunk, and had made a little noise in

i of how to use the flowing water. We hope to see them win this utterance the neighborhood.Mr. :
,, means in Jonesboro. It is not to the cheapest forage crop for Florida. Messrs. L. W. Best and A. A. Sikes

i time. The game will take place on operated that the exterminationof We see from the proceedings of the were visitors at Central Sunday.L. and Mrs. Wimons from South :

,; On the heights there is Mr. PatRandall's the 19th inst. at Stark's Ferry. be questioned in Reddick Sun- Carolina are now living at Boardman
is due entirely his efforts county commissioners that they have L. Smith was ,
the tiger
home and famous orange Those visiting the county metrop- waiting for their home to be
with the assistance of Prosecuting agreed to help build a hard road from completed. -
bank is his olis Saturday were Messrs. R. A. and day.Mrs.
grove, and at the river Ocala to Dunnellon if the citizens B. S. Jennings and Mrs. Ash ;-
Connor postoffice, and a W. T. Kelsey, Frank Lytle, R. W. Erwin Attorney Going.
store and the has been the result? will pay their part for its construc Tongue were visitors to McIntosh Edgar Pagan died last night of con :
: little to the left is his irrigating II. W. Spooner and W. B. Cog- gestive fever at the home of his
At the last term of the court here tion. We don't Know whether that is Wednesday. parents

a' plant and grist mills and Colonel Rogers' gin.The outa almost the entire three weeks of the exactly right or not. We are willingfor There was quite an excitement hereabout near Boardman.
This is Weirsdale school carried
turpentine term were taken up with trying crimi- them to give all the districts along four o'clock Wednesday morning Dr. H. C Walkup died at his home i

our famous picnic place, and many delightful very pleasant and successful. program inal cases and an adjourned term of the route pays for road tax, but do when the alarm of fire was given.Mr. in McIntosh last night. His health a
hereby last Friday afternoon.Mr.
hours Lave been spent court was necessary to dispose of civil not like the idea of the other districts I C. L. Thigpen's dwelling and all had been failing for a long time, but ,"
Marionites and people from the E. M. Tenny is operating a new I
cases. This time with nearly a week hating to help pay for that road. his household: goods were Ies,royed. his friends did not expect the end to J
l for during the tourist season store: at Stanton. We wish him suc- ,
North, only one case had gone to the An ex-candidate from the Salt River Mr. Thigpen was the only one in the come so soon. The community la-

the Palatka big boats to Silver which Springs ply the stop river for from an cess.Miss Lizzie Turney of Fort King jury and that involved the killing of country told us that not two hundred house at the time, and he had a very ments the loss of a most useful and ;

hour each day. school paid her sister, Mrs. W. W. a yellow cur dog. At this term of the people would travel the road if narrow escape. The fire started in respected citizen. :,

court there is not a murder case on it were built; very few of them would the upper story and when he wokeup .
One mile from here, up the river, is I Reid, a visit Saturday, and returned
: How the docket, and no other criminal case use the road anyway, and most of it was starting down stairs. We CANDLER CULLINGS f
Grahamville, the home of the Sunday.
Stafford of any sort of seriousness. them would use tbe railroad. Someof all sympathize with Mr. Thigpen"ery
to Miss Mary -
ards and the Gibsons. e are glad see '
K out When the grand jury adjourned last the districts, the second, for in- much over his loss and are willing to Special Cor. Ocala Banner: > ;
Grahamville has a very nice church red, We learn with deep sorrow of the March it returned something over 200 stance, has for a l long time, paid a do all we can to help him. Our welcome visitors ft:la the

the Methodist, still and there.the little Miss Car-. death of Mr. Cauthen at Belleviewlast bills of indictment, many of them for great deal more road tax than has Mr. 0. G. Lohrig was in Citra Wednesday north, to remain with us during the

school house is illegal sale of whiskey and gaming. been spent on her roads. It is esti- winter, are beginning to arrive. .

rie Holly is the school marm, and she Saturday. This grand jury will not return a total mated that 4500 people travel the We are glad to say that the sick Mr. Morton, from Boston, who has

has about eighteen pupils. Wish we ANTHONY ITEMS of fifty bills and none of thorn road from McIntosh to Ocalatwiceas people in this community are very been with us for many winters, is
visit there, but we must t
time to
had will be for the illegal sale of whiskey many as travel any other road much improved since the cool weather here again.Mrs. t

.' move on.After will take a ride Special Cor. Ocala Banner: and not near so many, gambling cases. leading to Ocala, and that these sec- began. COW BOY. Williams of Seymour Mo., is
the walk, we
Our street committee is busy claying So this term of court will be con- tions along its route, according to back again much to the joy of her
i the lakes-Charles, Jumper
out among some of our streets, greatly improving sumed almost entirely by civil cases area, pay twice as much road tax as BELLEVIEW ITEMS many friends.G. .
Pond and Big
Lou Key
Scrub, ,
'; George and with the same by giving a firm, hard and at an expense of several hundred any equal area outside of Ocala in McCullough and family from
j Little Lake ,
and roadbed, where formerly there was dollars less to the county than any the county. Even the little Reddick Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Sea Girt, N. J., are again occupyingtheir
scrub and the great
.r;.'. .. big is sand. other term for many years. school sub-district, consisting of seventeen The temperance band went to Le- elegant home as in days gone by
Patt's Island, great
in and
'2 this part of Marion. It reaches from _Rev. N. B. Plummer, who has: faith- This is almost a remarkable record sections only, pays one dollaron von Friday night, singing and talkingthe :Miss: Castle is on hand to take

,/ Eureka on the north to Electra on fuully and acceptably served the Baptist and shows what can be done toward every "forty" of all the taxes paidin good work but did: not have avery charge of our school, much to the delight -

the south, and the whole of it is well church here as pastor for a number law enforcement by determination. the county (state and county). So large, crowd on occount of a of our class of pupils, and to tte

of years, has been called by his Men who once squandered their substance if the county commissioners will dance there on that night, which at- great dismay of another class.
Notice up.to the right and left as we church to maintain same relations in dissipation are now good citizens make each district pay for its own tracted the young people. Rev. E. G. McKinley and wife have

drive along the country places and with the church for another year, who are sober and industriousand roads we won't say a word againstthe Mrs. Sirdefield, who has been ill returned and he preached from his

They are occupied which he has consented to do. able to support their families. Ocala and Dunnellon hard road. for some time was carried to the hos- own pulpit on last Sabbath.
the homes thereon.
by thrifty farmers-our stand- Miss Zelma Pasteur has bought the Business in every department is bet- Capt. F. C. Mayo, who left here last nital yesterday. We wish for her a Orange buyers are again to t'

i u bys. They are good farmers and they stock of goods from Mrs. Webb, and ter, public improvement has gained summer for Rocky Ford, Colorado, to speedy recovery. She will be greatly front, this time offering fancy pr

tit: have good land. You will always find proposes to continue with a first class wonderfully, and Jonesboro has advanced superintend the gathering of his can- missed from the City of Oaks. for the golden fruit. >\

/ the latchstring hanging on the outside line of dry goods, notions, etc. materially during the time. If taloupe seed, 5 is at bis plantation in Mr. J. T. E. Gaskins was in our vil- ---4-,

: Mr. Hutto, wife and child are tak- anybody ever had any doubt about the Georgia now, loowing after his cotton lage on business with Mr. J. A. Free- Testimony of Jamea G. Blaine in Re- t
? oj{ their homes.The
"iron: horse" will soon begin ing a vacation at their old home in evil of blind tigers, the doubt has long crop, and expects to return to Floridain man Tuesday. gard to Prohibition in Maine.

a wheeling through this section, and South Carolina. They expect to visit since been dispelled. a short while to begin preparationsfor On Tuesday Miss Alice Polly en- "The people of Maine are indus

then our smiles will be brighter than the exposition before returning to his next year's crop. No man tertained her young friends with a trious and provident and wise laws i

the sun. There are several little Florida.Mr. Jonesboro is one of the thriftiest who has ever lived in Reddick has delightful "fudge" party. have aided them They are sober.

red school houses in this section, all J. E. Hamilton has charge of towns in Arkansas, with a populationof more friends than Captain Mayo, and Mr. Trem re has a new clerk to assist

doing nicely. the depot during Mr. Hutto's absence.Dr. SOUl or 10,000, four railroads and no man takes more interest in every him in his business. earnest and thrifty. Intemperance j

r Guy Odom of Plant City spenta about seventy-five manufacturing establishments enterprise for the advancement ma- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Whi en- has steadily decreased in the state
Stay! Come join with us in a wild
few days with relatives here, beingon and had an unusual pro- terially and morallyHe is a man ant, Thursday of last week at 11 a. since the first enactment of the pro-
razor-back and a bear hunt and afterwards -
I his way to attend lectures at New portion of drinking men. Hence the who knows how to do things and does m.. a fine baby girl, weighing ten hibitory law, until now it can be said
and bear-steak
; a sparerib!
I Orleans. difficulty the people had for a while Them. When be'sees that anything pounds. Mother and child are doing with truth that there is no equal number -
: breakfast then we'll let you return
Mrs. Weir who has been sick for with blind tigers, against which the for the public welfare needs to be nicely. of people in the AngloSaxonworld
to the city and to your respectivehomes.
some time, is improving.Mrs. law was only enforced in a halfhanded done, he sees that it is done, even if Mrs. J. F. Pelot has been able to among whom so small an
How'd you like to live in
i good old Marion all! your days? Julia Nix of Florila City is on way, and as the punishment was he has to do it alone. sit up some the past week, we are amount of intoxicating liquor is consumed "i;;

.. a visit to her mother and other: rela- generally light they were permitted to We hear some of our neighbors talking glad to state. We hope that she will as among the six huundredand

Captain Claik of the Silver Springs tives. do a good business until the new about organizing a farmers' un be able to walk again before very fifty thousand inhabitant\ of

: navy has kept the river churned upi Miss Pearl Griner recently left for judge held bis first court in Jones ion. One is certainly needed, if for Ion?. Maine." *\
= quite freely of late. He has been
I Jacksonville to complete her studiesin boro. since which time there has not no other reason than the better regulation -

t down with several "bunches" who vocal and instrumental music. been a blind tiger in Jonesboro, and of labor. Heretofore a darkey DR. H. C. WALKUP Some People Like a Ray of Sunshine
1 .. were on pleasure bent.Ve bid them '
k: Mr. J. R. Wilder is again to be seen the Enterprise predicts that their dayis would contract to work with one man There are some people so constituted "

"js i welcome. on our streets, with his usual jovial over in that town. at stated wages, and in the pinch, of Boardman.: Fla. Oct. 1C 1907. that they go straight for the pleas- I
i Mr. ,.r.] Mrs. D. L. Graham, who ,
ways and words. Last week crop time quit and go to work for 4
we were mopping our I
i have been visiting their parents, Mr. I Special to the Ocala Banner: ant things as a bee flyeth for a clover )
faces and industriously using our someone else at a little better wa es.1"hile j
f and Mrs. I.. M. Graham, at Connor, Dr. Henry Clay Walkup died at his top as soon as he is out of the, hives. j
SOUTH LAKE WEIR straw hats as a fan, and wondering \\ his first employer was paying .
t for the past week, returned to their residence at :McIntosh Fla., last They like everything. If they go to a
him all
when summer would be over. The an- he could afford throughoutthe
home at Gainesville: on Tuesday. concert, they find at least one voice
I Special Cor. Ocala: Banner: swer came Saturday in the wind from crop-making the second man night the 15th inst. He was a nativeof
Among those who went from this that suits them, wondering how God
The people of this vicinity were the northwest, that caused the little could afford to pay more for a short Union county, North Carolina, and
section to the Brick City recently could put so much melody in a single
very sorry to learn of the death of ones to call on mamma for more while, in order to get his beans picked -
descended from
i were Mr. and Mrs J. B. Griggs and I that sturdy Scotch- throat.. They enjoy the spring they
I Mr. Cauthen of Belleview. For several j quilts and Sunday morning the old or some other crop gathered. They
I Messrs. Hugh Stanalaml, Joseph Stan- Irish stock that has by its courage, love the summer, they luxuriate iu the
years he has supplied us with stoves and fireplaces, that had been should organize by all means.
i aland. Thomas Randall, Samuel Long, industry and integrity done so muchto autumn, they praise the \nter. They ,;
meat, and was always pleasant and unused for months were cleaned outland BARKIS. -
Marshall Dudley Pat Randall Wil- I are pleased under any an obliging in his dealings with the pub- I put to work again; infact, Monday build up and adorn our republic. i
; litm Moorman am* sons, Charles and I stances. They are the pewle! you
lic. We shall miss him very much, : morning made us feel like frost FLEMINGTON FACTS : Dr. Walkup was a faithful Confederate -.
Alex, and Postmaster Hicks. We erred I. like to have for customers if you t"re
I especially on Saturday mornings.Mrs. was getting in its work not far northof -
soldier, entering the service while
4 in saying in last week's items that The a merchant, for clients if you are a
Black and children have gone us. However, it is an agreeable recent cool weather was somewhat -
I t Mr. fleas was Lynne's postmaster. Mr. I yet a boy, lost an arm at Gettysburg, lawyer, for patients if you are a doctor -
south on a visit change to the farmers who are tryingto unusual for our climate, but was
t Hicks is the postmaster. j was shot through the body, but not- but you don't often g 't thm on
j Mr. A. W. Allan has: been "subbing"for gather their pindars and save their very bracing. ,
I I Mr. Pat Randall went down to Arcadia t ,\ withstanding this continued in the the sick list, for they can cuillmost
a few days for Mr. Walton in the fall hay crop. A larger acreage was I I \ J
a few days ago to look after bis Several men from this and the Gel-I service unto the end of the struggle. any kind of a disease, even a "bra-n
position he -held with Mr. Groff. planted to pindars here this year than I I j
business interests in that town. ger communities have gone south to i! Having practiced his profession for :. storm," with a bottle of laughter, "10
Mn E. S. Upham has returned froman for years before, and as a rule will
Mr. W. C. Bull the contractor and I work in the orange packing business. !j twenty-five years in this county, he be shaken before taken."-Quauab F
extended trip to the north. j give a fair yield, and if prices are as
: builder of Ocala. will soon begin work II Mrs. C. H. Gray is ill. I j was widely and favorably known as a (Tex.) Observer.
I good as heretofore this crop will
I on llr. Randall's hotel, on Connor Mr. J. Mathews went to Jacksoniville skillful physician, and an honorable,
SOUTH LAKE WEIR ITEMS bring thousands of dollars to our far- I 1
Heights. Monday to visit his son and his ; upright, Christian gentleman. lie For Chronic Diarrhoea.
mers. Owing to the large pindar
Sir. Joseph Hudgens, who is visiting crop daughter. leaves a wife and a large family of. ,While in the army in 1SC3 I was
Special to the Ocala Banner: and to the fact that pickers were talk- taken with chronic diarrhoea," says
:, his sister Mrs. William Henderson, is D. R. Mixson has gone to Gaines- children and a host of friends to
j Mr. Walton and family, who have I! ing of charging from 2ft to 25 cents George M. Felton, of South Gibson,
i very much delighted with this coun ville. mourn his death. As at
been living at Greenfield, have moved !| per bushel for picking them off the i Pa. "I have since tried many r'?n-3-!
try. The tropical scenery along the Waterman Johnson a former resi- i ranks are very thin and rapidly dies but without permanent r'-li i' f until -
i further south. vine::, several of our farmers combined I
t t Oklawahi captivates all earts.I dent of this place, but now of Mican-1: disappearing before the Great Reaper Mr. A. W. Miles of this plar per
.I :Mr. Stokes arried on the evening and bought a peanut thresher, so suaded me too try Chamberlain' Colic
Messrs. Frank and Granville Holly opy, was here Monday. I j ; so teach us. 0, God, to rememberour
train if the machine is what it is
Saturday. represented I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
have returned from a visit to New .1 I The Flemington correspondent of days that we may apply our i bottle of it atI
Mr. Black, the village Vulcan of to be it will do the work of half a one which stopped

i\ Smyrna; on the East Coast where I Weirsdale, was in Ocala Saturday.Mr. hundred hands, *rd at one-fourth the the Star thought it a significant fart hearts unto wisdom. I once." For sale by all druggists m

I t they enjoyed two weeks of fishing and i and Mrs. Peterson spent Sunday cost: that one of our young men and a cpr-', W. M. RICHARDSON.

hunting. These two men went overland tain young lady visited Gainesville to-!!
t at Conant. I Also there has been a larger acre-

in a one-mule team. En route I age planted to cotton this year than gether. We think it more significant: FLEMINGTON

they traveled in three counties Marion I that they visited a jeweler's i'
I together. -
j His Dear Old Mother for twenty years before and the yield, III Y

Orange and Volusia, and they.j I "My dear old mother who is now i while nothing phenomenal, has been Rev. J. C. Collum pastor of the Baptist Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Ill

tell us that for good roads Marion'"eighty three Bitters rears" old, thrives on i fairly good. One man we hear who church preached his farewell se'rmon We have been enjoying cool weather -
I writes W. B.
leads. 1 Sunday Quite a nice for the PZsjEt--
has fifty acres in congregation past few days.
son of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken cotton, expects to
At the "cake cutting" (that is, if was present. Rev. Collum has Mr.\ Johnson of ,
I I them for about two years and enjoys : realize $22fw to $?300 for his crop. accepted ; Micanopy attended
they have it) at the "coming out" an excellent tbe pastorate of the hart sto .'; th_ u.1 for over 50 years,
convention appetite, feels strong, Capt. F. C. Mayo, who has several First Baptist -i j preaching here last Sunday.D. and la--s: .. ',. '.'.- ':r !L l'it: rabsolutecertair'
at Ocala we would like to Bleeps well. That's the way Electric church of Palatka. :
see R. ,
Mixson of
; j hundred acres it is said, will gather ; has accepted a posi- ; 'rowth their uncommonly
Editor Frank Harris cut for Bitters affects the aged, and the same ? The bet llrb t dehcojs: :
the piece happy results follow in casees of female ;(3 in>) pounds per acre if he succeeds in people of our community tion with D. S. Merchant and Com- :.'::':1! 'i!'.-vers, make .
i with the editorial plum in it. i, weakness and general debility. t! getting it picked out. He planted are almost a unit for prohibition. i! pany in Gainesville and is now in reh:.1'.,.-,. ". fix. niost: f
whtr .
We country people love ij r Lall dea: <:: ..
to read the : Weak, puny children, too, are greatly : this -- that
cotton between the rows of Ms: f j prosperous city. See'3 / ',::1 aj free on r.quelot.
big advertisement!; in the j strengthened by them. Guaranteed I The Florida is l
daily pa- orange now ,
cantaloupes but passing The vegetable is J. U. FJSRY; & CO.,
he crop
says will verynearly: a
When we to also for stomach, liver and kidney never into the
pers. go town then. we 1 limelight, but some of the f .. Uelrsii: Mich.i .
what to i troubles by Tydings & Co., druggists, try planting cotton that way again on failure with us this fall. ...' ..
know buy and where to buy fruit is too anxious for i li'X" :b ...
| Price ;oOc.; m I account of the difficulty and cost of public atten- :Mr.: J. K. Mixson was a visitor in
I it It seems to us like all the stores tion. It should !

I ould advertise. CB.\TTEX CIIIJM.a 1 Red Saunders. I getting it worked out properly. until fully matured remain-New in Tort obscurity ;: Fairfield Monday FOR SALE-440 acres of land.->> I
One of our best packer Mrs. M. C. Gray is
paying crops is be- on the sick list ply or write P. A. Uddell. Santos,1-1 3
i t i this week. UNCLE RE IUS. Fla. 10ll5tw.r. ,
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1 Local la dPe so lif l---- : Mr. Richard Lawton of Macon Ga., ;I" Life at Silver Springs Passed Through Ocala

'spent Sunday with Ocala friends.Mr. / Recent arrivals consisted of one Editor Claude L'Engle of the Tal- If

party composed of Mr. and Mrs Harry -
, .
J" Sara !! lahassee Sun. passed through Ocala'
Harris, Local Editor. James Pyles of Inverness spent I .. .. .' ," ... CiarKson and son, Mr. Jones of the
> i Sunday afternoon en route to Tampa
,Sunday in Ocala on a visit to his : .;. : : .: .. Marion Hardware Company, and Mrs.

Mias: Emily Stow bury, who\ has ]mother and sisters. ...' .... t' -.... -.- 4y' Herbert Crook of Palatka. They char- to stand trial on the! charges preferred
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him Hon. Peter O. Knight,
i against by
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the tered launch and
spent Bummer and early fall with our Josephine went
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relatives in Canada, has returned This is fine weather tor oysters, and : "-' :. out for fish, going down as far as DuI I sne of themost prominent lawyers of

home. turkey stuffed with oysters wouldn't : ,: : .-. risoe's, and succeeded in filling a fif- Tampa, and Mr. Wallace F. Stovall,

i 1-<;...', I 1 the well known editor of the Tampa
be at all bad.Mr. .. : ty-pound lard can; enjoyed a fish fry
iI : .. :./ ; I
rribune. Editor L'Engle expressed
Mr. Patrick T. Randall, the well'knoCollllOl' .. :. '. 1 at the first landing below Connor. Mr. .

; orange grower and all and :Mrs.: J. G Spurlin have returned : ,.. .' y ;; Jones landed the largest trout ever :no uneasiness as to the OIICI'llf' of

round good citizen was in Ocala on home from a few days' visiT j jin ; -' caught here trolling. He was the hap-: I he[ trial. He aid that n"im \ ii\'

Satur lay i Jacksonville. !I pest one of the. party. j ]prominent lawyer voluntet (d lib
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Then came Mr. and Mrs. Hampton.Mr. : i services in his rr.: :-<-. :-1J; man.r. : -

:'11'. Hat Barnett of Fellowship was Mr. J. K. Staten of Valdosta Ga. $ ; i and Mrs. Kirklano: and :Mrs. Ciy- I?d to go to TaJ1l't; a1: : pay tl h. iT own

tue formerly of the Variety Store in this att. with a "Cr:;" :at Deil.'s Bi'iff. penses.ton.. S. L. Carter ;'a--. 'ihrough .jl 1
among well known visitors in .
Ocala Friday and was the guest of ; I city, spent Sunday in Ocal?. .t I Mr. and Mrs. T J IJkins. :Mr. and ,,I'; Ocala V ::. norm ,,. :>:. 1it : ,
Mrs. Cobh, sir ;. Durs- and :Mrs. Goin was undergo: '. ;;" he 1. "ri' 01
his daughter, Mrs. Thomas Sexton. II Charlie Chazal left Sunday for Baltimore ;! were n-xt win -.quir'vl! m'llau an 1 !h l \.i'latter'; a .'. ."' in , > \

I where he will resume his studies Delk's Bluff. Messrs. .if'e" ti;..> ad.IJ"ll'.t' :n' tjl ( (' ''t : at
at Tompkin-
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Priest of Antho : : l'
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t at St Mary's College near that I and CoBb went out early and murdered Fampa Mr. L'Ci-\: : "in pi".1 n
ny were numbered among the shoppers .
city. j I Ii the squirrels before the ladies J; Bra! mown t" W'\\o'" !iu.C"p..IIt.!: t ..
in Ocala and Mr. Priest
I i .,J came and all took the launch and''! against him. A.. :'t, c.aims: t 1..H t//."*
did not neglect to make us a c;,;l,, .
After a short visit in Ocala with her I ; went after fish and a pleasure ride I i judge of the tour: : of Manato< rv,)...ir\

which wf thoroughly enj ) '{"l. :I sister-in-law Mrs. G. C. Crom, Mrs.: j t....',. ..'J. :, ...:,'.:. and succeeded in getting both. i iComnodore : is prejudiced against Mm: le '.';;'! a-k
I Hilton S. Hampton has returned to i w Clark has a nack for :! for a change of venue which \. ill Ill)
The Woodmen of the World held ; :
her home in Tampa. II I ; ..t .' <" handling gas engines and has not yet !j'Ii loubt be granted.A .
their regular meeting on Friday nightat I I .
made hip first failure to go and come.
Yunge'Hall and received one new I Mrs. Henry Weimer and littlp.1' :r Pretty ComplimentThe

member into the order. The new I laughter of Tampa are the guests of \ s rq > local camp) of Conf-d" u".. 1'.-trans ;
t The Silver Tea a Pleasant Social Success -
UK'ml.< r is Mr. Seiler Anthony.. I Mrs. Weimer's sister Mrs. P. V. Leavengood -I ? bld their monthly nietu i, 4 'u"rMonday.
for a few days. 1 It was well attvnde i i, and l
D. R-e\es: of Inverness was a prom- I I The ladies of th*. Woman's Home;
tiiTy. among the lady visitors xwr" :'II li-i .?
iiunt iiua in the city Saturday. He Mission Society of the Methodist I
St. Augustine has instituted a niuaicipal Clara Gray sponsor for the oaof the boiler heads blew out church gave a silver tea at the ar-
says "cleaning up" day. We hope I I :Mrs. L. H. Strum vice r'->iti.-nt ul
at his mill and blew the fireman about \ iaoryFriday afternoon. The armory 1
Ocala will do likewise and that the the Daughters of the Confederacy. A.
twenty feet in the air injuring him in I vhich has been recently fixed up soj i
i B. Calhoun had a pleasant surprisefor
time will be fixed before the holdin '
attractively is now a charming pac<:?j
1 the lens quite badly.
these ladies. Mr. Calhoun has a
out" convention.Mr.
,i if our "coming I '-. for an entertainment of this kind and
o..J II arge collection: of flowers at his place
\ \V. A. Baxley of Ocala was in the the committee had decorated it quite
.1ISS.-AAR: ELIZABETH WARTMANN OF CITRA, FLORIDAMiss ) and through the lvlp of Miss Jean
and Mrs.
city yesterday. :Mr. Baxley has been prettily with ferns and large vases
i eddie arranged two very large bouquets
engaged: in the naval stores business !rove up ro Ocala early Friday morning ->f golden rod. On the receiving committee "'
Wartmann is in Atlanta the guest of Mrs. H. H. route which were presented to Mrs.
in town with Fudge en
i near the Brick City, but recently disposed amt spent the day were Mrs. Atkisson Mrs. F. R. '
b; her home in Florida from Europe.'ohere she has the last two Strum and Miss Gray. Commander J. :
Mrs. spent '
Mr. and
j I of his interests. He is considering Mr. Maihews parents, Bridges Mrs. Walter Hood, Mrs. T.M. .

the purchase of some valuable ["buries Ma.,news. They came up on years since ner graduation: from Brenau, studying and traveling. Miss Moore, Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Clyatt. A. Lutz mad the feliciTors" presentation' speech

Wartmann has a beautifu: lyric and sre studied; voice and language doing so in a manner. The
and remained I soprano
timber lands in the vicinity of Tam- a shopping" expedition Mrs. 0. G. Weston and Mrs. T. E. ,

l Gainesville Sun. over for the band concert in the evening { in Berlin under the best masters for eignteen months and then traveled Bridges. Ice cream and cake were ladies responded in kind. Altogether
I ppa. I through the Tyrol country, France and the British Isles. She will passed by Misses Lurline Bridges Lucite it was a very enjoyable occasion.- i.

.i. The attractive cottage that has just spend: several months at her Florida home before returning to Europe to Atkisson, Rachel Stein and St. Petersburg Independent. i

been built at Woodmar by Mr. Lege Mr. C. Adylotte, who lived in complete her studies. Gladys Martin. Ii'-i
Mr. Blcunt Gees to JacksonvilleMr.
J and he and Mrs. Ocala for some months but who has -Courtesy of the Atlanta Journal. The crowd present was all that
has been completed
" B. W. Blount formerly of this
'1_ Lege are now occupying it. The recently been residing near Plant : could be desired and the silver offering I!'
city, has been elected vice president
built high bluff and City has been very ill the past few was a large one. During the afternoon .
house is on a Munden-Land ; Unsolicited TestimonialMr. 1 and general manager of the Peninsular
the broad of beautiful weeks and has been carried to the Miss Madge Simms gave several -
overlooks expanse
N, Coming as a pleasant surprise to I D. W. Davis is one of the most Naval Stores Company, with headquarters
at Charlotte Mrs. T. H
Lake Weir. It is an exceedingly home of his parents enjoyable readings, in Jacksonville and Mr. S.

Htf/e home. C.. where it is hoped that the change their many friends their intention active alert and up-to-date fire insur- Johnson sang and Mrs. R. Atkisson.
lovely I \V. Petteway secretary and vice president -
wit prove beneficial to him. having been guarded secretly several ance agentsin this busy section of Miss Annie Mathews and Miss Ethel
of the same company and will

Mir R. S. Woodward and his family weeks as to the exact date "w of the I Florida and his motto is to keep rightup Haycraft gave instrumental selec be in charge of the office in Tampa.

have moved from Martel to Levon, Judge William S. Bullock and State event Mr. Claude O. Munden and Miss with his business. tions. Both: these gentlemen are former residents

, where they will hereafter reside. Mr. Attorney Davis returned from Ta Tares Dolly May Land were quietly unitedin The following estimonial will show of Ocala. ',

Woodward has been for a number of Friday, where they have been Mr. Davis' method of doing business: The Meeting cf the DaughtersMrs. The Peninsuular Naval Stores Company
marriage at S o'clock Thursday Gordon S. Scott was the host
_! years the manager of the Martel plan- holding the fall term of the circuit Silver Springs Fla., Sept. 30, 1907. is one of the two large naval
; friends there for that county. A good many evening at the Fir Methodist: parsonage ess at the monthly meeting of the
ing mill and made many court Mr. D. W. Davis Ocala, Fla.: concerns in the South., '

i who are sorry to have him leave that convictions were registered, among Dr. K. W. Pin 'r pronouncingthe Dear Sir-Permit me to thank you Daughters of the Confederacy Friday

afternoon, and was pleasantly assisted
place. whom some were prominent in the ceremony making! them man and for the promptness assistance and Capt. John L. Inglis. who is largely
and aIr.: by her lovely daughter. Miss Lou
walks of life. Mr.
; wife. The oily witnesses to the mar- energy that you have offered and displayed engaged in phosphate mining railroading -
OJt! "Bat" Lanier of Tavares was in convicted of forgery and ise Scott. There were quite a number I
Mr. Fox were
in settlement of .
my recent and in other industries in this
Mr. aldIrs. I. W. Mun
riage were of the members present and the
with him
and brought .
Ocala Saturday embezzlement.A loss. Notwithstanding the fire occurred section is back home again after having
the ;
den who accompanied popular the meeting
i principal topic discussed at ;
and Fox
: the prisoners Messrs. Jolly at about four in the morning the in Maine hunting
spent summer
of contracting parties to the parsona.e.and ; was the monument that is shortlyto
of Leesburg who were convicted advertising firm with general it less than hour
big was one its or- moose and deer. Captain Inglis
formed ofa
later with them part be erected in the court house
forgery and embezzlement at the recent headquarters in St. Louis writing to theater at the Tampa Bay Ca- igin that you took up the matter with gained: ten pounds in weight, and is
party square. The Daughters are very enthusiastic
1 section of the circuit court in us says that "If you can show Mr. sino. Mr. and Mrs. Munden will me, and before the evening of the about this monument and njoying vigorous health. He was kept

Lake yjunty. They were turned over Small Advertiser a different: way tc makth-ir home a: 19i'3 Lamar same day you had a special representative it will no doubt be a very handsome busy all day yesterday, shaking hands _

; to tM> authorities of the prison campin advertise you will get his money. Tht street, fitted up by: the groom for toe I i of yoar company to take up the with friends and acquaintances.Mr. .

this city. merchants need no persuasion but matter. .
big one.Before I
__ i reception of his bride. Than these her guests departed Mrs.
I it is the little fellows you have to go The adjustment of my claim was A. E .Burnett has returned
w Mr. B. Goldman, proprietor of the two, few young people in Tampa are Scott served them with delicious char'ry
educate to advertise. Not I perfectly satisfactory and the Ibome
after to adjust- from his trip North. He spent
better known. Miss
Globe has gone to New York TO replenish or more favorably cream and cake.
so in Ocala. It is the big-old-time-be Land is who has charmed ('1':: that you had along with yourself I several; weeks in New York City buying -
lady -
his stock of goods, which was a young .
fore-the-war merchants so to speak,, treated! me in a generous and courteous good for his jewelry house and
with her for the Ocala House
admirers A
almost sold out during the marvelous ( many personality New Manager
that we find obdurate.In manner all of which I appreciate I from there went to Boston. Mass.,
is the of Wine RoomsA
fu een day sale that closed last Mon- possessor a
very much. You displayed as much I wh:>re he joined his wife for a visit sa
Mr. Goldman will make a very character a leader in religious cir change has taken place in the
renewing her subscription to the :interest in settlement of my claim as with relatives after which he and
careful selection, and understanding cles. She is a niece of Capt. and Mrs. management of the Ocala House Wine
Mrs. William Sinclair, though you were personally interested. Mrs. Burnett visit to Can-
Ocala Banner who has enjoyed a
Mr. Kallenberger
the needs of our people more will be G. H. Smith. Mr. Munden is a young Rooms

in a position to better cater to their at present residing at beautiful Tails man of brilliant natural parts. For Such treatment as I have received been with the firm for the past year ada.

tastes. During his absence Mr. A. L. ha!'tee says that this makes twenty several years he has been the right at your hands should certainly succeeding. Hugh Williams who l

Shane of_Atlanta, who has been with six years tbat she has been a continuous hand bower of Val M. Antuono in the commend you to the insuuring public. recently tendered his resignation. Mr. Mr. Gilbert D. Leach managing editor

suosc.iber for our paper. Yes. which I heartilydo.. Yours truly, and of the Tampa Tribune' has the
the Globe 'or the past three months cigar business of the latter, and has Kallenberger is a very capable
show full thirtyyears E. P. RENTZ JR. sincere of his friends in the
books sympathy
and Mr. W. S. Durst of the Guarantee we think our had absolute control of its Gales apartment ,. efficient business man and we haveno

: Company will have and it is these sticking qualitiesof with offices on Lafayette. doubt that this business under his I recent death of his wife. Mrs. Leach

,s Clothing Globe. his friends and the faith that they street. Optimistic cheerful and en- Mr. B. E. Raysor to Wed Miss Tillie direction will be quite successful.We lied in Tampa on Saturday afternoon
of the
j charge have in his utterances that lighten ergetic he has been a success, and is Pyles have not ascertained what are it six o'clock, after a long illness. She

The lodge of Rebekahs held their and make pleasant the editor's toil, still climbing.-Tampa News. Mrs. J. J. Pyles announces the en- Mr. Williams' intentions but hope I was only twenty-three years of age

in Yonge's hall Tues- and give him hope and encouragement gagement of her daughter. Tillie. to that he will continue to make Ocala I and was a very lovable woman.
regular for renewed efforts. Two Accidents Friday Mr. Benjamin E. Raysor the weddingto his home.
i The meeting was presided
, I day night. j Friday afternoon Master Frank take place on the evening of November Mr. J. W. )Menefee formerly A. C.
Brown. A pleasant
.Mr. Jake
, ..3, over by of the evening was the presence Mr. F. M. Townsend of Martin was, Crom the youngest son of Mr. and the twenty-sixth. The Folk Club L. agent at Leesburg has been arrested
Madame Reichert of Baltimore in the city Monday, and while here Mrs. G. C. Crom fell from a hammock The marriage of this young couple The permanent organization of the in North Carolina, and will be
will be a quiet home one to be Democratic Club I brought back to Lake county for trial
Ocala's new dressmaker who is: met Mr. Sol Benjamin, who was one and as a result of the accident now very Joseph W. Folk was

enthusiastic, Rebekah. She madea of his army comrades during the civil has a broken arm. The little fellow witnessed only by the immediate fam- perfected at the meeting held at 7:30 I ie being implicated in the recent

an talk to the lodge which conflict Mr. Townsend is one ol suffered a good deal of pain but the ilies and most intimate friends and Monday night October 14, 190', in the!trouble along with Mr. Jolly and Mr.

pleasing much enjoyed by the members. our leading and most successful far physician soon had his broken arm will be solemnized by Rev. R. V. At- election of Mr. John :M. Graham as I Fox.lr.. Menefee was the agent in k

was Mrs. C. L. Bittlnger. Mrs. Jake Brown mers. but says that the farmers are put into splints and he is now getting kisson of the Methodist church chairman, and Mr. Z. C. Chambliss as 'this: city for several months.

The announcement will come as a
times now that secretary-
the severest
having along nicely.
appointeda y
Mrs. R. E. Yonge were I
resolutions they have had at any time since he surprise to many, though the engagement The Tallahassee Sun continues to
to up
committee I of Miss Pyles and Mr. Ray who has been pound the Ocala board of trade. It
the sorrow of the lodge I can remember, as it is almost impossible About eight o'clock Friday night as Miss Bessie Porter

expressing the death of Mrs. T. J. Owen to procure labor. His friends Laurie Yonge was riding up Oklawaha -j" sor has been a matter of pleasurable visiting in Atlanta and other placesin seems to u
over discussion among their friends is with her sister o rganization would hit back as it 13
know that Mr. Towns- Georgia now
member of the Ocala lodge. will be sorry to avenue .he ran into a box of mor

._'rbo-. was a end has suffered severely since last tar. He was thrown from his wheel I for several weeks and they are being Mrs W. A. Collier: in Tuscaloosa, Alabama -, in such a splendid! position to do so,

Peyser andIrs.. June with indigestion. and struck his stomach across the!I overwhelmed with the good wishes of where she is being delightfully -I laving the facts and so many other
; Charles
"I"S Mrs. their friends. I feted. things: in its favor.
arrived home Sat- handle bars. He was knocked sense i
Charles Rheinauer is the eldest of I .
Miss Pyles
Harvey and Howard Clark. less. Mr. Henry Sistrunk happened i -
from New York, having Messrs. i
Tt urday afternoon Mrs. Pyles and the late J. J. Pyles This weather will soon transformthe 1 Mrs II. J. Cannon and children I:
the Arapahoe. Their proprietors of the 0. K. Grocery have to be passing and with the help of I II
come down on and has lived in Ocala for a number oranges from a perfect green to have returned from Ocala where they I:
x delightful one in every just installed a coffee grinder. run the injured boy's companion succeeded -
trip home was a She is a perfect yellow. There is no fruit have been visit to friends for the '
be in- fellow of years. a young pos- I I on a
Peyser andlr.. electric motor the first to in getting the little home. .
re pect.Ir.their wives in Jacksonville troduced in this city. They are impelled sessed of many womanly qualities like the orange, and it comes in such past few days.-Gainesville Sun.

Rheinauer met loved by all who know a good time.
and is greatly
1 their large and Card of
and returned home with to this step by Thangs r
ITo her and fortunate indeed is the Mr. Brant a well known citizen of .:
trade. Banner
coffee Ocala
has been in New increasing retail the Editor :
: them. Mrs. Peyser man who has won her hand. Mr. W. J. Lohrig has returned home Lake Kerr, was in Ocala Monday with
work young
six months having electric coffee grinder does its We wish to thank the kind friends
York fif the past Mr. Raysor is a young man of from a trip to Jacksonville and Mrs. j wagon load of oranges. He was accompanied -
have her eyes most expeditiously and grinds a McIntosh who were so good to oar I
gone especially to business qualifications, be- Lohris is back from a visit of several i I by his son.I .
to through two pound in less than a minute. The dear parents Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Car : splendid .
I She had go
treated. I actively engaged in the buying of months with relatives in Tennessee. I I
and her friends I Clark Brothers have also purchased asix ter during their sickness. ing
serious operations the fruits and vegetables and has hundreds )Ir. Asher Frank arrived last night
cash register THE FAMILY
will all rejoice to know that her eyesight hundred: dollar of friends all over the state | Judge David S. Williams, who has from Newport News Va., and will be '
and hope most modern that is made. They are
has been fully interested in his welfare, and been fpendingthe summer with his at the Boston Store until after Christ
trouble instituting these reform movementsin Mrs. C. O. Harris has returned to who are
o th. she will have no further and New York
= is likewise being congratulated daughter at Syracuse mas.
has spent order to Keep abreast of their Ocala, after an absence of several Miss Pyles
; -jHn them. Mrs. Rheinauer choice. City, has returned home. r
suummer aij fall with relati'"es'tin trade which they are doing every- weeks. She has been in attendance at on her
the Saunders.
} t New York City and other places in thing to deserve and the-yare being the bedside of her husband who has .' .
Red Saunders Red Saunder"
h f the North. [rewarded with success. been quite sick at High Springs. I Red Saunders. I _

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i have observed, the Daytona bids fair to become one of
So far as we
of the
Are newspapers, even those With the
-- of Florida nave not made the great celery centers.

I < FRANK HARRIS, Editor. yellow tinge, responsible for the I newspapers themselves weary in tossing bouquetsin big hammock drained, there is no landin DEALERS
a P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. spread of crime? At the conventionof I the direction of Mr. J. R. Parrott, the state superior to it for this

y the Prison Association of America I but it any man's pathway in Florida purpose.-East Coast Homeseeker. --

;,-.., held recently in Chicago, Mrs. Emma deserves to be strewn with flowers, WE CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF \
of people's appreciationand The Arcadia News reports that
maintainedthat emblems
O'Sullivan of that city to the reformation I love, it is his. Florida never hada Dave Waldron, age SO, who lives in House FurnishingsRugs Parlor Suits iq j
1 one truer or a better friend. She never this county sixty miles east of Arcadia In Leather, Upholstered and Reed !
and Mattings.
." of outcast women is the yellow his second set of Squares
.' had a son who more is cutting
r'j .- press. and lovingly for her advancementalong i teeth. Wonderful are the advan Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits !

tit.tl !I: "Perhaps as great an obstacle as all lines of development. We tages of DeSoto county.-St Augustine In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak e*,.

t' tt I If I reform among the it in all disinterestedness and Record.Mr. .
{' any in too work of say Maple and Oak. v-
'f.,: I''!women," she said, "is the flippancyin I I candor that if ever a man deservedthe China on d Crockery .

the reports of the proceedings erection or a monumeui at 0 the Claude L'Engle was here this Mission FurnitureIn Complete line-Dinner Sets and

hands of a grateful people it is J. R. week from Tallahassee, and whilewe Odd Pieces I

newspapers. Parrott, and this paper shall: l make it hope Claude may not take any offense all the different finishes IC j I
r.f FRIDAY OCT. 18, 1907 I influence over unfortunate men, and its business to see that he gets whathe at such reference, it is never "

f worse for women, as I know." Illustrating rightfully deserves even at the ex- theless a fact that the running of the

Clay and Orange counties have her point Mrs. O'Sullivanread pense of inviting criticism from the state government is telling on him. t tAll

s! ;: been: added to the "dry" tall column. from a clipping which referred little army of place-hunters who thinkit He is getting gray-headed. (Ocala -

!' drunkenness with the people of Florida Banner please COpyJacksonvilleFloridian. )
with is popular
r; to a woman charged I Kinds of Bed and Table Linens Lace Curtains Portiers
I .J
sold she unkind and unjust things
1. A Dr. Lrovtn has recently a as a "booze artist said that to say
for 10000. had to be sent about bim.During and Upholstering Goods )
50-acre farm at Hastings: was "shy of coin" and ----
I t: of these adverse Florida never saw a nicer orange 1
to "recuperate.. all the time
to prison Heaters Ranges Cook Stoves
,'. Since the prohibition election in Es- It is quite difficult to see what effect criticisms is has been Mr. Parrott crop at this stage than now hangs on ,

:: cambia county, the Pensacola newspa any newspaper report would haveon who has acted as Florida's good an- the trees. The fruit is smooth and Full Line of Up-to-dte Pictures framed and unframed. and Pic-

: pers afford very tame reading. a woman who sinks so low that gel and has kept his hands on Mr. clean, and promising in quality beyond tuit* M.iiiMiujfss. Full stock of

she is brought into court for drunk- Flagler's shoulder and has unceasingly all precedent. The yield will be

t f.:" Orange growers, aided by govern- enness. The publication of the fact urged him onward in his good workof small but the prices will be good. It Farm and Turpentine V/gpns/ Buggies, Harness and Saddles

ment experts, continue to make war itself would be the worst thing that' development, reclaiming the waste I may be that the dry season is not altogether -
Exclusive sal:) of the} best wagon on I"art.h-thfl fitudebaker. .' \
\ on the "white fly" out in California.Hon. could befall her in the way of news- places, inducing settlers, building hotels an evil: !, the more especiallyas And carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carnages.Building ,

I. paper notoriety.For railway and steamship lines, and complaints of spitting are not yet

W. J. Bryan, having finished humanity's sake, however and converting a wilderness into beautifuland heard.-SL Lucie Tribune.

$:' his campaign in Kentucky, will be the on account of the influtnce:: such re- paying orchards and truck farms.

to. guest of the Virginia state fair tot ports might have upon the young or Now, believing from so many ciuel: Ocala is a fine city and :Marion: a

morrow. others who have not fallen such flip- and adverse criticisms on the part of great county. The great "coming out" I

'4 ----- --- pancy should not be tolerated in the a large section of the press of the conventoin, to be held November, i I lkick, l.imu, Cement. SrrPaints

f:,> Just a suggestion to the governor of columns of any decent newspaper. It state, that his efforts are unappreciated originated in Ocala, and now a presi- I l Hair, Lath, Dry I d

the state of Florida. "It's a dirty seldom is in what is known as the and he is about to lay down, it is dential boom for Joe Folk of Missourihas Flintkotu Roofing
bird that fouls its own nest.-Jack- been born in Marion, and the new LI( ; 01;
r :country press. Mr. Parrott who continues to act as I E,,(lterIOYh I s
sonville Floridian. But here is another and more pleas- Florida's good angel, and with his bantling is being nursed for all it is te Lead Varnjhe, Etc.!

ant picture of the newspaper from the hand on his shoulder presses Mr. worth Unfortunately for its health. Wall Paper. Alabastine; and Majrnite Wall Paints.

The prohibitionists in Kscambia pen of Professor A. S. Mackenzie, Flagler forward with his work. however, Joe himself has declared unreservedly k ui give us a trial.: lsSVfa will! not be undersold and will Pe-1\t! \

D county and the saloon men in Orange dean of the English department of We say all praise to Mr. Parrott, for Bryan as the democratic -

county are figuring on instituting con. the State College of Kentucky. It has and express the hope that he will con- nominee.-Bartow CourierInformant. IVlcSverVr & Mackay.

J tests. So the war goes merrily on. been often charged that newspapers tinue to act as Florida's good angel '

foment war. Professor Mackenzie until Mr. Flagler's great work of development _._ _. _:. ="
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When our state senitor and members thinks they promote peace. He says: is finished, and Florida's Ocaia will be the scene of a "com

of bis family draw ,. from "The newspaper of today applies its destiny is firmly established in the ing out" convention to be held on Friday -

tne state treasury within sixty days, stethoscope to the heart of humanity.Its southern galaxy of states. November. The railroads will

<: i it's not hard to tell why our taxes are fingers are on the pulse of man Yes, we repeat that we hope he will probably provide reduced rates, and I t1 IiULL Q'T89.tj i. yIl
when walkup :
higher. Think: of this you
everywhere. Countless internationalwars ontinue to act as an inspiration in there will be a basket dinner and a fD.
to the collector's ofice.-DeLand "
have been caused by the fact the work of development now nir a r brass band and plenty of eloquent EX R.E. : J

News. that men did not know each other sufficiently construction < M _"','"*' he assures speaking* It is a convention at which I .,' pp.E .Am iJi'a. :idt.7n
I but now the enterprise of the people of Florida will not be abandoned everybody in the state is invited to I .",,'J:,. :.'!i'r;=-:. 4ft)- UJ ter; C c
Florida's new "White House" at the press has greatly diminished the attend. There will probably be :corn. I I C'-iif.m.: ;. "" }

Tallahassee is now the home of Governor misunderstandings of days gone by. Thanks, ,fr. Parrott: many thanks. interesting developments from this : '6t't'". \ n.{ -...'; ;-;". 4." .'?1' t.. t
; ... .. 'tr4 a kGJ
Broward and his family, the I 'L\ } .I-\" /tJ (1
Thanks to its superb efficiency, the -- mass meeting, and a new crop of candidates TVXJW*?"* 1

first, occupants The mansion will no countrymen of Shakespeare's Othello John Beard's PlatformI I dill doubtless be on the political -I IIi2Q S (1QT5 11 I1: ,\ F ;
doubt shelter many distinguished men .., ( ctt $4l0
wave their spears in the morning sun, am a candidate for tae nominationto market.-Fort Pierce News. I t: A 5 .- f x "'SSSfiflW .J

in the years to come.-St. Augustine and the shimmer is caught in the afternoon the United States senate in the -- I IlIon. I -; -gH wp&rW: j i .l !
Record. ;; t.
by such excellent newspapersas democratic primary to be hold in John N. C. Stockton made a'' -. &I !' ;:. '
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the Scranton Times. In short, the 19US and announce the following plat- prohibition address in Jacksonvilleone !' 'l''' : j l. \ jb; ,
The result of the election in Pensa- t t'J. : ; I
kL3$1 : I
printing press has contracted tbe size form of principles, upon which I ask night during the past week thus ..- "'.-"":'" ---Vf- -I\ -1 ..:. .. 5:1II I g Ii!OZ '
cola conclusively that while / I' ( .' '
proves '
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of this planet it has brought the nations the support of the democratic people: securing at least a temporary advantage I : \\Y ; b 1.\ # '
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the peopl'of Escambia county are .. ..:.... } -I DElIVUJ
closer in and
together sympathy \
First-A constitutional amendment in the of the for his I -: .Q"7 i\ i.
politics city
down on Drunkenness, they have a :;....l.r." ,:"' ',.. ;". .f.rQ.'' .;" I,.. r".., --< ,,;. ....:.... \;," I:
contempt or sham and: hypocrisy.The thus indirectly it continues to chant limiting the franchise to the white political faction. Now if the chief I 'I ?"-i'I-:1': : ---::, nr:*(.V*t 3 1\"f:>A' .\..J f ? t >...... t i::'
the celestial chorus "Peace on earth males and of J'1f'" 'r- $1' 92'
of over twenty-one yearsof priests the Taliaferro faction will --= .. .'" ?
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county went "wet" by over six I .-::V (, : '
and will toward men.-Ameri. -
good '- --
age. I get a hump on themselves and learn -
hundred.Jacksonville Floridian. I
can Press. Second-State prohibition of the to pronounce it "the ac-CUR-SED rum
Less than 200, brother. j
sale of intoxicating liquors, and federal traffic," and begin buying bottled wa- 'I CHAS BLUM & COMPANY

Understands the Science of Politics prohibition of the shipment of ter charged with wind in lieu of their j ,
When oar good Theodore issues
Congressman "Bill" Lamar'is mak-I'intoxicating liquors into a prohibitionstate. accustomed ardent. spirits, there will' Jacksonville Fla.KNIGHTMARITN. '"
that proclamation admitting Oklahoma I ,
iag good his reputation for being the 'I be good reason for hope that even j|
to statehood we officially "jine"tbe
"slickest" politician in Florida. When Third-A strict and rigid, but fair ; Jacksonville will go dr '.Palatka : -
solid south pending immigration.Enid '
urged to declare his position on the I and wise, regulation and control of News. !,
(Okla.) Events. Oklahoma is
local option contest: now on in Escam'!'i the corporate power asserting the I D 1
in good company. In religion,' in 'I' A J !
bia county, Lamar sends greetings,I complete jurisdiction of the federal There is no doubt that a faction of !i H DViJ"TA R E 1
morals, in politics, in all the social ;
graces Oklahoma becomes a part of and comes out strongly for national I I"!! government over interstate commerce too republican party, aided by the :! .l}!r.. .1.. .,. ,\.,. j

legislation to prohibit shipment of liquors and the equally complete jurisdictionof yellow journalists and some demoI) t tJ
the "salt of the earth. I '
into dry states and counties, the state over the commerce'within crats, is determined to keep the i
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and promises to introduce a bill of its borders. mind harrassed by asserting tL} e 1 I 'P'h ';=\'t: {};,. O"'IDr" .
the eY C
The president has announced to j
that nature in the next congress. But I Fourth--Th* preservation of the I certainty uf war with Japan. It is the! ; 1s
newspeper men that he will approve I
he doesn't say anything about the i(States and of their governments in ame tactics that forced this country J
constitution He
of Oklahoma's says
j light now on to drive booze out of I all of their reserved rights and powers into a war with Snain. The objoc-t I II II.
that what he thinks of the constitution I GOAt
.. would not be at to print, but, suppressing i Peasaccla. the leading city of his dis- and the support of the federal is tlrrefold; to foster" a large ar<' t '\- ::1

trict. And by the way, we wonder if government; in its whole: delegated pensive increase of the navy to crate -

!1 t r himself his personal as willing feelings'o,let'he the expresses I Mr. Lamar gave any support or encouragement :;constitutional vigor. a popular desire that Roose-:elt i I! 0 the T. \y, Smiih fc Co.t Hd Stand e "-

I to a bill introduced by I JOHN S. BEARD. sal!! run for th? presidency main, J OCALA FLORIDA I'
people have their way.-Commoner. r ,
i Congressman Frank Clark last winter and to divert tbe attenMiut' I ,
Haven't we a gracious president? ii i .
!t Graciously condescends to let the and which sought to prohibit ship-i i The "Coming Out" Convention. from the iniquities of the tariff.- 'I Com and see us when in need of anything in I

t ments of liquor into dry states and That "coming out" convention Times-Union. ; I
people ha their way I i I I the way of
counties-Palatka News. proposed by Editor Harris of the Banner ii II I :

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"When our predecessors assembleda going to materialize sure County Commissioners Hackney. i! <
A wealthy landowner from Hungary -!enough and November 15, which falls Farming Implements
hundred years ago to organize this Waters and DeVane who left early I ,
academy Wesleyan Uni'"ersityIar- :I named Clemences, was deported | on Friday, has been selected as the in the week for Jacksonville to in- : II
i I the other day from New York ': Wire
; blehead Mass.) they could avail themselves because day. All candidates for state and spect the roads of Duval county, and Fencing,
he had some slight defect in his : I 11 :
of no other means of transportation -I I United States official positions are particularly one in the construction of

than those which were in use I I eye. He came here for the purposeof i;, cordially invited to be present and which oil and sand have been used, Stoves, Pumps
\ before the time of Homer. If they :. acquiring an estate commensurate the good people of Ocala are hopeful returned yesterday morning. They i!' o 0 )
: in size with the one he owns in Hun !l that they will be to Guns Ammunition
t were required to traverse distances i permitted entertain were very favorably impressed with J ,
I gary. If be was successful he intended ,
overland too great for convenient -i thousands of other good citizens the roads of Duval county, but work i, J

walking, they were carried or drawn I t i to sell his estates in the old coun-I'!t on that day as well. Quite a number on the oil and sand road had not progressed j Sash Doors J JG i it
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I try and become a citizen of the United ; of candidates will doubtless "come ,
by horses. If they had occasion to I Ii I sufficiently to allow the commissioners !

i cross bodies of water, they used oars I States. Being asked why he ,out" at that time and we'll be badly to form a definite opinion : Blinds Paint etc. t

{, or sails. We have been brought to would give up his ease in Europe and j mistaken if some of them don't in after regarding same. They believe the ] aj a

our destination today by the forces of try the comparatively hard work ofi days count tbe occasion as a plan is a most excellent one for'building -

I't steam and electricity. The harnessing i'pioneering in America, he said that "black Friday" in their lives.-Madi- roads in Florida, hou-ever.-Tam. j i II In fact,._everything- usually carried in a first- II j 1
the burdens laid the .
of the-e mighty forces for man's upon landownersi son New Enterprise.As pa Tribune. class Hardware Store.
II use bas transformed not only the i i of Hungary were so great that unless Ocala wants the "coming out" N i 1
modes or transportation, but also theprocesses oe! had a very enormous fortune ruin convention to be a "good luck" day An Ex-Ocala Citizen. --- --' II t
I was almost certain. f...... N' ,;;;m tf1 --t---- =
of all kinds of commodities. i predicted a for all the candidates the date has rapt. W. J. Tucker of Fort Pierce ... ----- -..-.' uar: r;] 1

t 1 ."-William North Rice. very large immigration from Hungary: been changed to Thursday, November accompanied this son, G. S. TucK-
i'of the: better class of citizens in the ; 14th.
-- er. is in the city today and both ot 9McMillan
t While Pensacola and Escambia near future and regretted the stringency _--or
these well known J
an Inight=
\ \ county tan voted for the open saloon of the laws which .barred- him. i I Right in the Heart guests of the Aragon. CO.

It does not necessarilly follow that:' of the journalistic field Greater New Captain Tucker will remain to sp"

.i'i old conditions! are to prevail. On the I Tampa claims to be the sweetest' York-where the public has its choiceof "Buffalo Bill," as he is very much interested - ==-'----- --:-:-- --:-- --........_--" ..... '. 1
; contrary file saloons will be "open", cleanest and healthiest city in the many newspapers. The World in the old scout. Captain ,

in the full sense of the word. A''' land. If the claim be true that townis ,morning and Sunday, has a 3,000,000 Tucker is an old cavalry soldier, and I': '"

new ordinance passed by the city !i next to. godliness.-Jacksonville:larger circulation per month than any is a splendid horseman now in spite Bros.Southern ;

council of Pensacola fixes the license ; Metropolis. That's just what it i$. or other New York morning and Sunday of his age j

fee at $?!00., and also requires that |I next to Heaven, which is the same:: paper. To see why, order next Sun- Captain Tucker, in speaking of conditions ,

all screens and doors be removed as ]; thing Its Indian name, Timpe, 'I day's World and read it. in St. Lucie county, said: i Copper Works

F) well as tables and chairs. In other !'i means 'adjacent" and it is adjacentto II II i I "The crops look encouraging and

"" words if John Doe wants a drink he where we said.-Tampa Tribune.We .'! Two Busy Bees Buzzing fruit and j
vegetable growers are happy Manufacturers of
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must,walk up to the bar In full view j I s heard a Tampa preacher say it: x of tho public take his thirst was almost a Godless City there most to enter !
: appeaser j I so i persuaded the gubernatorial and
and General
| prosperous, we look for a very;i Metal Workers rOM
and leave the barroom.: Pensacolians:'I you are. j race. And may be he'll do it if busy winter season. Industrial con- ';

x are probably the only people in Florida =- | that senatorial bee can be put to ditions
are most pleasing and everything I!
who low have a clear and full ,: Miss Mae Woods attorneys claim sleep.-Apalachicola Times.Gainesville Stills taken in
I i, ponts! to a larger number of excliansre for new ones. Patching
view from the street into the saloons. i Ii that they are able to produce the marriage I
.. It Is said that tbe i i -- visitors this season than ever before.Jacksonville ." [ country a specialty.) < )?ir! r, bv mail .r
new ordinance has certificate of their client with I I is universally conceded win, will ivc-ive
i I I prompt attention
. \1 already had the effect of deterring the New York Don'tthe Metroppolis. at either '-If the, .
grave senator. by the traveling public to be the best follr'ving worksFAYETTE'ILLE .I
hundreds cf men, young and old, from I behavior of New York's senatorial -I interior town in the state. Gainesville I
Gen. W. II. Jewell of
, : loitering around their accustomed Cau?e" ,
delegation put the nation to the Sun. The
i traveling public toss
haunts.-St. Augustine Record. fame, has been electeayor of Orlando N. C.
i: blush? I the same bouquets In Ocala's lap. 1 SAVANNAH, GA ,

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-L c i- and Personal Death of Dr. WalkupDr. BOSTON liberal! bequest of 7v lb and 2'11; i I,I BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION KIDNEYTROUBLE

I H. C. Walkup of McIntosh one 'I II books from the Rev. John Harvard i I

i of thfc most prominent physicians ot A Marion! County Young Man Visits of Cambridge. England. The GlnlrallCourr. : Ocaa.! Fla, Oct. 14. 19"7.; Suffered Two Yean-Relieved In TJire

Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor.:. Florida, died at his home at that place I the Hub. in memory of this noble benefactor i i The board of public instruction in JI.mts.fffiEr' .

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, -------- ---- h Tuesday night October fifteenth.Dr. To the Editor Ocala Banner: who died a year later in I I I I and for Marion county, Florida, met lfJ1. qJf1 fI1.mfrqJf

Dr. W. R. O. Veal of Martel: was Walkup was a native of North Charlestown, Mass.. gave the college 'this the Sth day of October, 1907.' in f JZ
Hartford, Conn., Oct. 12, 191J'7. II : 1
noted among our Wednesday visitors. Carolina, and was 68 years of age. his name. regular session, with Isaac Steven fiffj ':" '::' fh
Having spent a week recentlin / : : :
He distinguished himself as a soldierin This university, from the first, has I I chairman, B. R. Blitch and J. S. -.:. oJ .
and around Boston, Mass., thought .: ,;
I Miss Sara Agnew came up Wednesday the Confederate army. and lost an been a private rather than a public Grantham present. : .t
perhaps the readers of the Ocala Ban- ,

noon from Lake Weir, and spenta arm in the service. He came to Florida ner would enjoy a letter describingthe institution, supported by the fees paid Minutes of last meeting were real \" .,:'i", ..TIj4: ,

few hours in tne city, shopping.Mr. about 3-5 years ago and settled at by the students and income from and approved.Mr. .F' '."tt; ""' ,
I "' "w
of interest which .
many points : :> ""
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J, Orange Lake and was one of the--first gifts. Harvard is not only one of the E. C. MeLeO'l appeared hefore ...:.;:.::::..:. ,>: ,. 'i'. \ ,
saw on this extremely pleasant visit. .. '. "'
I and Mrs. Dilon Graham have re- to emage in the cultivation of or- oldest but one of the richest Arneri- the board and ask,'d that th. -choo1 .:':: ::': :::. >(:;.." ,;;:,' ": """." .#;
Boston is a city of unusual attrac- ., ;'
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tufJd to their home in Gainesville, anees for profitDr. I con institutions. Its possessions to- house ar Kendrick be mod t.) a mon- :..' .." ,.." .... .
tion to the visitor on account 01 i ir.- : --:.' ::..,: ", .,' ., .,:>:..
aft\r a visit of a week at Connor with Walkup was a splendid citizen iay! reach nearly $:}0. historical associations.: Settled <: ;':' 'l'
rare ; ''
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Mr. Graham's parents. }ir. and Mrs. and possessed eminent social qaalit'es i several hours very pleasantly in looking I before it, signed by a rmir.Ser of; .".".. '..,'-t:< ..:..'.. .V'. .' ::..;;':'" .. ''
in 1620: John it ha :.
ty Wlnthrop. I. : .: .: ,. ,. : 1
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L M. Graham. He was a member of the Con- these buildings over .but the most I the parroning. : for the renwal of I.:' .. : 'W gqsJ
grown from an area of 7 :1 acre to :: :" :':'.; ".. !
I bOil '. A number of also ::,.:.':' ." :. .'. ; I "
fjderate Caivp of this city. He wa: interesting to me was "Agassis JIuse.m. the ;;: patrons : : : p' ; '
25'f>oO) and has of .: '
over a population
j eN
Mrs. Nathan Mayo and children of : greatly beloved and esteemed wherever ." which contain* all kinds oi appeared with a petition onyo: ,. ilg the : :... ..l<>> ,. .. :' >

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over half a million. : t .. :
Summerfield are the guests of the for- I he was known, and especially Most of the famous historical buildings -.I stuffed animals reptiles birds and I move. After considering the rr alter. '.:....;..;.:::.:.:.':JJ' '),..t-l"i-r." L!,... .":. .''. .t.,". ;I l.1i
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mer's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. V. among his neighbors, and his death fish also the greatest and only display it was decided that in view of the ':.' :. ''.'f"f.{& 11. ,:P.-: 'I
have been preserved. Fanuel I -::;. ;. '" : {
Newsoni, and are making the acquaintance causes universal sorrow among them of its kind in the world of glass I fact that the school has been in oper- :;:- :'.:-}:'\I.s.P.:: :, <-.,.. '"
Hall "the cradle of liberty: contains:;; P.I'
of :Mrs./ Alayo's little sister There are 70i, models and ation over a month and a new house : C. B. rIZE
the largest painting in the country,
who was born two weeks ago. From Kansas. just as perfect as the flower itself. could not be built in time for this ,
which represents Daniel Webster replying 'r FIZER, Mt. Sterling, Ky,
that the matter be deferred until { 1IR.C.
Col. Frank J. Sibly wanted to find For twenty-one years scientists term,
to Robert Hayne in the U. S. lill., rtH'S:
Mr. W. C. Bull, formerly chief of out how the prohibitory law was have examined with the closest eye next May or June, when such mat- ..
enate January 27 1830, painted by I : "I hate suffered \ hh kidnsy arbLither
the Ocala fire department, will act in working in Kansas. He had a friendto Healey and is 16x10 feet. The second and strongest glass to find flaws in ters will be taken up. : troyhle for te::) ea.'oJ pust.

his old capacity during the absenceof write at bis dictation to a numberof this wonderful production of flowers, The superintendent was instructedto I, Last March I ,'..mmf:u-fd using
floor i; to this day used foe poo-
Chief Chambers who leaves to- ex-liquor sellers, asking what thechances but as yet there has not been a flaw have school wagon now conveying ; Peruna and contir.u-sl for throe month*,
ular aatherines, while the lower is di-
night for Pensacola with the Ocala were to start a saloon in Kan I found in any of these many produc the children to Ebenrzer repaired. I I have not used it since, nor have I felt
I vided off into stalls and is Boston'sgreat .I
Rifles to attend the encampment. sas. Among the answers recieved i tions. These flowers are manufactured A Monitor was granted to the & pain.
produce an.1 meat market. "1 believe that I am well Iud I there -
v as the following: by a German (whose name: I can Boardman colored school.
The Old South church, once used fore give his heft commendation to
Mr. Henry C. Gates has been confined "Clay Center, Kan. t not recall just now). He makes two The trustees of the Ocala: school appeared -: my
ata barracks t-v British officers, now the curative quail! l'* of ppr1Da..u
} to his bed for the past three "Dear Friend: I write you a few shipments: per year to Harvard one before the board and asked
contains an interesting. collection! of I Pc-ru-na for M3nc! } Trouile.
weeksvith rheumatism. His friends lines to let you know that I received in the fall and one in the spring. The that the board appropriate $50 to buya I
II. Suaser Orant Ontario
n will ?n. pleased to know that he is your letter a few days ago, You don't buildings. I secret of the making of these flowers physical and chemical apparatus. Can., writes:

now thy much better although he is want to come to Kansas to start a of The has been Known to no one except stating that the apparatus will cost "I had not been well for about four
The Old State House scene I
oblige! to walk on crutches. saloon unless you want to get busted. Boston massacre, still stands at the I[ father!: and son. The father having $100, and that the district would give : j-ears. / had kijl J' trouble, and la

Kansas is a hell of a country I just died a few years ago, the son is now $50. The superintendent stated that ; fact, felt baJIy rxUJrv. all tts time.

\\"t' are pleased to learn that the laid out four weeks in jail"for selling head of State street. manufacturing the flowers alone. and Dunnellon was also in need of physiCal -. '-1 his summer I ;u t so very bad Ithought
The Old North church from the : I would try 1'eruna: BO I wroteto
condition of Master Laurie Yonge is beer, and I got enough of it. Don't unless he lets the secret out it will and chemical apparatus, and as
lit spires of which the warning lanterns you and began at once to take reruns
constantly improving. At first it was come to Kansas to start a saloon. I always be a mystery to the world as, i Ocala Dunnellon and McIntosh are sri Manahn. -
started Paul Revere on his famous
thought that he was fatally injured, "JOE MONTEL" dde. Bunker Hill monument and oth-I to how the flowers are produced.The I all high schools the board appropriated "1 took only two bottles of Peruna

and grave fears were entertained as most pleasant of the country $50 to each school, provided the and one of Manahn: : and now I feel
er points of historical note are annu- 'I
to his recovery, but he Is now getting Tennessee's Governor to Wed scenes was a beautiful trolley ride I districts will appropriate an equal better than: I have for some time.
visited by thousands.
along nicely.Mr. Formal announcement has been ally attractions. to Lexington and Concord. Lexington amount. : "I feel that Peruna and Manahn cured
Besides its
Jacob's Well school asked that the m3 and made a different woman of me
of 4500
with a population over ,
made by Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gardnerof Boston is also a city of the greatestnatural .1 alto-rether. 1 bless the day I picked
J. K. )Mixson accompanied by: is quite interesting aside from its historic board have the house recover The ) up
Memphis of the engagement of I beauty. th little book and read of your Peruna."
his sister. Miss Annie Mixson, of points. A short distance from t superintendent was instructed to
Beacon Hill, with its famous gilded It is the business of the kidneys to
Flemington. were in Ocala :Monday their daughter, Miss Mary R. Gardner dome surmounts the whole with the village-green is the Hancock- write the supervisor and find out how remove from the blood all poisonous

and made the Banner office aver) to Governor M. R. Patterson of Ten- Clark house where Samuel Adams much the patrons are willing to do. materials. Theymust be active all the

pleasant call. They saw our typesetting nessee. The ceremony will take placeat broad views of the harbor and attrac- and John Hancock were sleeping A communication was before the time, else the system suffers. There are
tive rolling inland views. times when they need a little assistance.
machine and new electric motor when aroused by Paul Revere, Apri board from Mr. D. G. Watkins of Dun
the home of the bride's parents in The older part of the city with it* Peruna is exactly this sort of a rem
and much hterested in them. 19 1775. nellon, saying that he had bought the
I Union City Tenn., late in November crooked streets and quaint architecture edy. It has saved many people from

and is expected to'be one of the most is the delight of the visitor. The The old bed, with its quaint coverings lot on which the colored school houseis disaster by rendering the kidneys service

r1 Miss Pauline Sullivan has purchased. elaborate affairs in the hostory of newer parts of the city compare favorably and many other relics are still situated, and had secured a tax at a time when they were not ablt"jar

I through Mr. Frank Ditto, the resi i1 marriages in this state. with the best architecture of preserved in this house. deed, but if the board would pay him L their own burdens.

1 tence (fa; Mr. J. Walter Bishop. oi The bride is a member of an old the country. I, On from this point before reaching :' $1(1.( the amount of actual cost he was -- ----

I that he would make a quit-claim
..t South iWrd street. Miss Sullivai family in Tennessee and sister of The park system is famous for its Concord we passed through the New out CONVICT'S WIFE WANTS $50,000
I. the board. It ordered that
to was
:t bought! the place as an investment. It Russell Gardner a St. Louis millionaire great beauty, and when fully developed England nurseries, the largest in New I -
Mr.: Watkins be for the deed.
paid $10
I is the cottage formerly owned by :Mr who will give the bride his check will be unsurpassed by that of any England-252 acres. I Today Harwick Ferris & Jennings as
Mr. R. W. Erwin had a communication -
; Vernon Clyatt, and is a fine investment ; for $;jOOOO as a wedding present Reaching Concord, which is eigh- i attorneys for Clara Hughes, colored,
city.Will before the board asking that his ,
teen miles from Boston we took dinner -
right here that it was my i
say salary be raised giving reasons for widow of Benjamin F. Hughes, deceased -
Mallette.Mr. in the old Wright tavern, after-
Death of Mr. pleasure to take a long drive through
same. The board decided that it could : instituted suit in the circuit court
-. lr. M-.- L7: Calvin of Dunnelloi Chas. K. Sage clerk of the several of these beautiful parks and wards taking a long walk visiting the I

Woodmen of the World. homes of the famous writers Ralph not raise any salaries now already against S. A. Rawls Societe Anonyme
came up Wednesday morning for a Ocala Lodge, "Brookline which is said to be the
fixed and teachers contracted with. la Floridienne J. Buttgenbach & Co.,
Olive received a wire from Jacksonville of city's Waldo Emmerson Louise Alcott and
brief visit with his sister, Mrs. : most beautiful example a
Mr. G. W. Stevens resigned as trus- : foreign corporation of Belgium, Eu-
G. Weston. Mr. Calvin is connects last night announcing the death of suburb in the world. Nathaniel Hawthorn the old manse a

with the ice factory at Dunnellon, and Mr. Jos. H. Mallette a former citizenof On this drive I was the guest of my thence to their graves the old north tee of the Fellowship school, and the rope, doing business under the laws

patrons are hereby authorized to recommend -I of the state of Florida. Ex delicto.
in Ocala will bridge and other places. A few hours
friends of the
is an enthusiastic. member of the Olld Ocala. His cousin, F. W. Gibson manager
to fill the unexpiredterm.
Fellows' lodge, which was recently:: learn of his death with sincere sor- H. D. Beach Metal Sign Company, were spent in the navy yard. Its someone I Damages, 50000.

be laid to rest is about 9() acres.Vitbin this The deceased negro was a convict
organized in the Phosphate City. row. His remains will whom I visited while in Boston.As area

in Jacksonville this afternoon at 3 a center of learning. Boston is enclosure are large and costly build- Mr. W. J. Willis was appointed I sent to the prison camp from Jacksonville

attractive trustee of the Blitchton district to fill May 31, for the crime of larceny -
The grounds are
o'clock. Harvard College, in
\v. are just in receipt of a lette: the unexpired term of R. .Sandifer.. i. to which he entered a plea of
Gilchrist. The Ocala lodge in all probability Cambridge. lies just across the river.In with broad avenues running through ,
fr Hon. Albert W. saying .
Adrian P. Jordan will send down a delegation to attend the city proper are l located the In- them. Extensive parks for cannon, : guilty in
that he: and Mr. treasurer's report was approved At the expiration of the term he returned -
marine barracks
Gorda Herald, wilt the funeral. stitute of Technology, Boston University parade II
editor of the Punta as follows:
to the city sick, alleging it
and more than 600 public and and ship houses arsenal magazine -
arrive> in Ocala! November 13 to be Balance from last report28.21
Latest From Dade private schools Near Brookline are a museum a library and the I was caused by severe: whipping while
at the "coming out" conven Reed from E. L. Carney, extra
1 J present Miami, Fla., Oct. 16, 1907. located the Harvard Medical ,homes of the commandant and other in the prison camp though the evidence -

; tion. He writes to engage rooms, in new polls. . . . . 36.00 I at the inquest was to the effect
J officers. The sight which interestedme
F. E. Harris. Ocala Fla.: School and Simmons College for Wo-
of the great crowds i Reed from E. L. Carney, extra
; I that Hughes died from natural causes.
Will probably take official count to most was the great dry dock.
1 are expected here on that occasion. men. taxes. :. . . 29.58 I. One of the witnesses': so stating wasa
which constructed at a cost of
determine result. AU returns now received. Copley Square is considered the I was
,; Reed from A. C. Croom, tax
They show that wets have a in America surrounded $4,000,000. Its length is 750 feet physician.
j Mr. T. E. Biggs leaves today for: finest public square sales. . . . . 169.62: Rawls & Co. are the lessees of all
width 125 feet, and 35 feet deep. In
he majority of six in the county. as it is by famous buildings,

I Princess Anne. Maryland where E. T. BYINGTON.The South church, the constructing this dock. eleven feet of state prisoners, they receiving them
the New
I will in the future make his h me. :Mrs including library the art museum and I concrete was first laid and then four Total receipts . . .$ 63.U I from the various counties and sub-

Biggs and the children are already at "coming out" convention for public Trinity. the church of Phillip Brooks. I I feet of granite rock, which also form : Disbursed during September. 255.00 leasing them.Buttgenbach.

their new home, and Mr. Biggs' pa the candidates in Ocala will be a The public library is the largest in I I the walls. When a boat is ready to & Co. do an extensive

and his brother, Mr. Festus Balance in treasury---------$ S.41 and naval stores business
rents great affair. Now, in order to help the world and bears this inscriptionat I I be docked it does not steam in but is phosphate
and family also reside at Prin The treasurer's report for the special in Citrus and other counties, and work
Biggs, 9-inch
j' along a good cause and also help t"dear" the entrance: "Built by the peoplefor i pulled in by enormous ropes.A
has been very districts were approved and showed -
Anne. Mr. Biggs convicts in such business.
cess bulkhead. is placed in many
candidates to save the the people of Boston. Besides its : or
successful in- Ocal, being a promi the following balances: The charges in the case have not
of the vessel, which fits so
people Orlando will keep up the good valuable collection of literary treasures -; the rear
1 of the Ocala bar, and Ocala, $2.93lcIntosh; $499.S5; but
member yet been filed in the court they
nent work and have a later event in which it is famous for its beautiful mu-J snuk as not to allow any water to flow
also held the office of city attorney, of Belleview. $365.01; Fantville, $22.03; will probably be similar to those reported -
the force
\ the people can shake hands and eat ral decorations by Sargent Abbey and into the dock. Then, by

i and bt Vill be greatly missed in Ocala barbecued meat and drink-butter- Purvis de Chavannes. two 500-horse power centrifugal Dunnellon, $353.68; Reddick $137.82; when Hughes died-cruel and

wish him much success in his I Pine Level, $125.11 ; Mayville, $25.24: inhuman treatment.-Jacksonville Me
we of the
t and milk.-Orlando Reporter.Star. Cambridge just across the Charles! pumps, the water is pumped out -
Weirsdale $132.99 Citra, $641.39; :
\t new home. river, with its many associations and, dock. As the water is forced out the Griner Farm $323.17; Buck Pond, tropolis.Wm.

A negro convict escaped from the points of interest is quite attractiveto vessel is gradually lowered and restson
Candler $136.-
". S8.66; Sparr $137.96; ,
Marion Farms some time during the visitors. what are called "docking blocks McKinley on the Liquor Traffic.
96 Fellowship, $231.63 Electra
Crockery, I night Tuesday. He secured one of the The "Old Elm." under which Washington ,four feet above the bottom of the ; "By legalizing this traffic we agreeto
Tinware, $ 3.11; Blitchton, S21i.65Iartel.,
Glas are, : mules belonging to the farm and lit stood when he took commandof I dock. share with the liquor seller the responsibilities -
Hardware, $99.71; Fort King, $180.07; Capulet, !
i! out for parts unknown. The mule was the Continental army on July 3,I The same morning that visited the Plant and evils of his busi
Linadale $61.99 Cotton ,
$1.03 ,
; ;
!I recovered about eight o'clock Wednesday 1775 is still standing at the junctionof navy yard I also visited the great Lake. Oak ness. Every man who votes for license
$266.52 ;
I I morninz. and they are now Mason and Garden streets. Not I eastern fish markets. There I saw ; becomes of necessity a partnerto
Hill, $7.77 Moss Bluff, $18.12; Fair- '
the track of the prisoner and is the stately men unloading hundreds of tons offish ; the liquor traffic and all its conse
close on far from this point
Fishel | field, $107.17; Cottage Hill $ &1S; "
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Says lit was thought that he would be cap- house where General Washingtonmade including many varieties, with quences. L
Charter Oak. $127.01 ; Pedro $95.49;
'tured some time last night. his headquarters. the mansionof I pitchforks from enormous fish boats.
1 Kendrick, $29.31 Oklawaha $61.17.
Col. John Vassal. who abandoned it The largesst of these were "halibut," ; Ensign R. A. Burford, Jr., who has
is none too Totals, $4705.13.W. .
of In after weighing from 25 to 200 pounds and been at tome on a visit to his parents,
of outbreak war.
1 THE BEST good for Out Sight. at the D. CARSuperintendent..
(: you, provided i i "Out of sighi. out of mind." is an years it was the home of the great "sword-fish." weighing from 25 to 300 Mr. and Mrs R. A. Burford, for the

'j you get the best goods at the :, old saying which applies with spec- poet. Longfellow, from 1S37 until his pounds. I saw a steak which was past fortnight, leaves 'today for Boston -

it14L right prices. Come toFISHEL'S 1! ial force to a sore or burn or wound I death in 1SS2.Cambridge seven inches thick that weighed 47 Mr. and Mrs. L. Home and children, Mass., to join his ship, the New

:; of any kind that has been healed with was the first place in I I pounds. who have been away from home for Jersey. Mrs. Burford will not go -

f DEPARTMENT STORE Bucklin's Arnica Salve. It's out of where The next morning a sword-fish was some months past, have recently been north with her son, but expects to ||
exist- this country a press
[ sight out of mind and out I
: in from the coast of Nova I spending some time at Los Angeles visit him in Boston some time in XoI -
i You can get I ence. Piles, too. and chilbains disap- r was set up one being brought over brought

to do your trading. need to wear pear under its healin influence. Guaranteed -I from England in 1637. Scotia which I saw in an up-town market i Cal., at the Hollenbeck Hotel. Mr. I vember. The New Jersey and other

;} or almost to furnish anything your you home right at I by Tydings & Co.., druggists. Last but not least of the places of that! weighed nearly S0.) pounds; Home is now at Hot Springs, Arkansas ships of the U. S. N. will leave on the

1 this store and you won't have to i 25 cents. m interest which I visited in Cambridgewere .1' full length, fifteen feet. Its sword where he will spend three weeks 15th: of December for a trip around -1

; run a1\ over town to get what you has had the temerity the buildings and grounds of was five feet and its tall was five feet before returning home. His Ocala the world so this will be Ensign Bur-
So far no one I
want/ We'll treat you right. I I broad.* friends trust that his health is fully ford's last trip home probably In several -
; to Hon. H. Harvard.In .
to suggest a successor
that trip to Boston has restored. Mrs. Home and the children years.
: ( \ Clay Crawford as secretary of state' 1637 Harvard College was estab Will say my
most interesting of my I and Mrs. Home's mother reach-
the part
at the primary next year. He and lished. Nathaniel Eaton was appointed been
ed home yesterday, coming straight The first fish catch of the seasonat
.i M. FISHEL Treasurer Knott are two state officials master of the schooL Under his northern visit as yet

whom it would be foolhardy for superintendency a small wooden Expect yet to have quite an Inter- through from Los Angeles. Miami resulted in a haul of two

the site of the esting time visiting other places. thousand pounds of bluefish and pom-
: ) aspirant to oppose. It would bea house was built near
: Dry Goods, Shoes, any Yours truly, Red Saunders. pano. The entire catch was ship-
Wadsworth House.In .
waste of time and noney.-Gainesville present

;; i Clothing, Millinery, Sun. 1638 the institution received the I J. P. RICHARDSON. 1 Red Saunders ped to New York. _'

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'' FRANK HARRIS, Editor.P. listen to John Stockton he Thus far the most \
you interesting personality doesn't cost money, as many suppose not extract sufficient .
did f
V. Leavengood, Business Manager. : will tell you of too fight he has been developed by the searchlight Because she '
food. ...J
b{. -- making against predatory corpora explorations of the Public UtilI To have a good time on the earth; ;* nourishment from her (

tions since 1S91. He will tell you of The best of its pleasures are free un- Emul. on. .;
----. itiet. Commission is > Scolf
: I, Lemuuel El1'Quig took f.
-. the sacrifice he has made and the j to those &o ; .

that have been his. :' ;, who during the past week has ...Q
I. ;, ay: : : persecutions i Who know how to value their 4t Z
given the public much information "r>; Result : .. .. .
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:0. .-'._....,..,. ...:'\ t is all true. John Stockton was cry- i concerning the means Thomas F. Ry-: iifS? She gained a poun d.1it m we; ::. ..".

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!" ."" ing aloud against corporate aggres- Tlf" sweetest music th<' birds to us .... AND ..i.r"v
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...;.,: \. sing, S\ ,r ,
'1.. .."" J \ \-o ;' I who in the ranks I II I calm. cynical readiness with which .Jt. i. ',-, {.. :. : l. .1.. .. I '.
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-.I;;::ro'. r"ti-': ''\II"" ; I'""\ ol'I"H ;y- : were heard. He fought a good fight. ( Quig i ; went on the stand and told thecommission The finest of drink ruches oat of the .r

nit:0. : ,- I He: stood ikf hfttt and burden of the i ii of the stupendous conspiracy !pring "
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:......: .-.. "_'-:...- i day, and for fiften years he has had i which he directed, whose purpose All free to man, woman and child.

I the pleasure of rewarding his friends i was to club Belmont into submission -

-Rl- .\ -. -1.1.- 1 18, 1 0 7 !: and of satisfying himself with offices )![ was paralyzing when you Xo money can purchase, no artist can OcnJufIOUSCWifleROOffS
'''consider the incriminating tats he '
in Duval counTy and tb city: of Jack- paint

:sonville. If there were no other men !| diM.lgfd. His testimony has practi- Such picture? as! nature supplies: i iI

The "Mry tall: <'jluuiit or the tall to lead the people's cause than John!!cally killed former Governor Odell Forever, Ml over to sinner and saint, I !

"dry"* column i:; -ti'l! tottering skjAirs. Stockton at this time it wouuld bej;1 politically and has permanently besmirched Who use to advantage their eyes. | TRY OUR -

-ward. j'' proper and perhaps the best thing to |I the reputation of many law- !i

-, -- summon him; but there are other ;| y-rs of standing who had hitherto Kind word and glad looks and smiles: J I
Cassie Chadwkk! died in the I men, and Mr. Stockton's chances toj I II i ij i posed as reformers Quigg's testimony cheery and brave, OLD lLEGHANY

C)iJ:".a'. Ohio penitentiary Thursday -j win do not seem to be good enough II likewise justifies the scantily Cost notkina! -no nothinz at all; I

1 '. : Illt.; I for tbe people to risk their hopes on I II tolerated dreams of novelists who And yet all the wealth Monte Cristo I,

r I him. I II have written stories that contain incidents could save '

., The !.Vichisaa republicanconven- no more imaginative than I
I The people MUST WIin this i Can make us no pleasure befall. .

*';: t, tion has endorsed Speaker Cannon I next contest for governor. If the-j the facts recited by Quigg. He practically -

; r: for president. I do not. they will lose all the valuable )iI confessed that at. the behest To Uisk in the sunshine to breathethe

r a _, ground they have gained during the ,! of Ryan he bought lawyers newspaper pure air, 4 full

f: Tho Tampa Tribune says that Mr ,I last seven years. There must he no I I II editors and reporters labor lead- Honest. toil the enjoyment of | Put up

..- : '. A. P. Jordan of the Punta Gorda Herald I doubt about the triumph of the peo-!'! ers and reformers. lIe accelerated health;

i ia t'te Chesterfield of the Florida : pie's cause in the next primary. The I!> public opinion by subsidizing district :Sweet slumber refreshing-these I in Fancy fe'Y

press. corporations, irritated by the series I j favorites who organized leagues and pleasures we toe

--- -- of political disasters they have encountered : ,;;societies: for the whole purpose of Without any portion of wealth. Delivered at
The president killed no bears in the
: in Florida during the past i j agitating a competitive subway. One J
ean br?kes of Louisiana L et's invite I ,of the enterprises which cost the most .
two gubernatorial terms, and. more I II I Communion with friends that are !! 1.
hiti to Marion coantand givetint 9ff c
I than all, aroused to the danger of loIi :;- !I money was a monster petition signed tried, true and strong, Express

a touch of genuine sport. 'Ii ing their grip upon the fatness of this j by over 1,000,000, people to be presented To love and be loved for love's 1

--- -- the action of the last at Albany if Belmont did not
The Cuban labor organizationshave state by legisjilature I fi sake- Fo'Y 83 z'

adtnted a resolution to order a..i in passing one or two rem dial ; see the light. But Belmont knew that ]In fact all that makes a life happy rIiiP --

r general strike- if Jig railways employ I.I laws for the benefit of the people. will j jI lI Ryan could finance a new subway and and long

the striV>-breaker:. who have been I I no doubt go into the next primary II ) he preferred to make what he could Are free to whoever will take.It .

s., brought from New York. I I I WITH THE DETERMINATION TO by combining and this result was the I Regular I $ J. .00 a Quart Whiskey; write foi .

.t WIN AT ALL HAZARDS I sole and only purpose of Qui g's mas- doesn't cost money to have a good

TJont time for John N.-C. to "for- They will put forth their Goliath. terly warfare. Quige is a cynical: time, j complete; Price list

many 2Ha.unct'-Tampa News with all the power of their wealth II seasoned lobyist of the gum shoe variety And that is the reason alas! I|

He will probably make his formal !I and their influence behind him Thepeople's He was originally a newspaperman. Why many who might have enjoyments '

annoGnwaient at the Ocala "coming David must be steady of I His father was a clergyman ublime Ocala House \ ine ROOll\S.

,out* coaveuuon. nerve and sure of aim. i;I For a number of years Lemuel E. was Their lives in such misery pass. I

Senator Platt's chief ground-hog and
f+ For this reason they cannot affordto I

The German foreign office in Berlin risk John Stockton.It as such occuppied the position of It doesn't cost money to have a good OCALA, FLORIDA. 1

; states: that the question of sending a is a peculiarity about Mr. Stock- president of the Xew York county time- u u. _

x German tat to visit the Atlantic ton's strength that it increases while committee as well as congressman: The world's best enjoyments are
I from one: of the silk stocking: districtsof t
ports of the United States when the dormant and begins to wane directlyit free: -THE r

American battleship beet leaves for I is aronused into activity. Mr. ,! New York City. His connection But those Tt to find pleasure in sin ,,

1', the Pachlc: has nt',er: been considered I Stockton is indutiably strong as a| with Ryan has been long and varied ning and crime, ,, -

I gubernatorial possibility now that : and it is said that he has spent tens Will not with these true woni1agree. i
and ttat the visit will not take \ Hardware COT
i of millu-ns; for the flint-faced fin anI Marion
place.Tha. three years have elapsed since people GOLDEN ROD. !! ) ) poQYj

t3.s5. have seen him in action. Jude I cier in "accelerating public opinion.

S!. Avgustiae !off.ear refers to ing from his past political performances .I las he so aptly puts it. CONDITIONS TURPENTINE OPER- ;!

: Hasting as "wonderland." It is correct if he should announce as a candidate -:! ATORS MUST FACE I HEADQUARTERS .
The Editor Ocala Banner Gets an OfI .
... The lands over there hare in- he would continue to be strong,I II ]t I

deed proven to 1 lie' a wonder Who I and would gain strength until the can- i I flee Talking of the conditions that are American Wire Fencing,
I Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 11, 1907.
would:: hare thought a ftw years ago I jvass was on in full force. Then he now confronting the turpentine opera-

I: that a fifty acre farm ia that section would BEGIN TO LOSE STREXGTH F:Hon. Frank Harris Ocala. Fla.: I torator, tto S8.Tanns.he.val Stores Sash, Doors and Blinds
Dear Sir-I i delegate
appoint you as -
He worked to such a j'
wouIiscJI forPresident $11lII\' ? gets up pitch'
Review says they are the following: .
Florida the
I TO represent at Paints. Oils and Varnishes
.. i of riotous recitation< of the wrongs tot ,
.. I Combinations and Trusts. 1. Steadily decreasing consumption .
jference) on
4 !
Roos..eH has not yet himself and hip people that he goes
;- which conference will be held at CM- earn under favorable general bus- Mill and Mining Supplies
succeeded IB killing a heir in the Louisiana j to pieces, physically and mentally. j i i)
i cago. 111. October 22-25. 197. iness conditions. The world outside : 1
'; cauebrak. Um killed a fine]; He says things in the heat of the stirring -i j .
j Th-s letter will be cosidered yourjcrederru' of the United States takes om hundred Turpentine Snpplies, '
.. aailer. I! he will come to Marion !; up of his fires that while not ot I| t ? t
thousand eaets less than it did
; such HOB.I
co-miy Came Warden HcCranie will I|! themselves, perhaps, violent, appear i!I as delegate. I Improved Farming TOOS! |' J
I Ifive
I Ralph }i. Easley, ehairman of the x- years ago. i
guaraaie tNt hwi':. kill any num- so on account of The viol--nce he puts 1)I f II
e et-; t'o.nril of the International !. A business outlook that indi-
berol bll.lUs.. The *viapips and scrubs' behind them People begin to he : i .. t
5 .Clue; Federation & cater, to the most experienced judge,
I afraid of him i 2 l Fourth avenue, j GET OUR PRICES
are full cf Uiem. !; ,
j thecanvass XV_ Yp-k City, !\. Y.. will take this a contraction in business general\ j
This tae
-- I was nomb'y case in ;,, I
I : nia"e :;' with yo" in a few riavc next yawiih possible continued financial -
The Fit Pierce Tribune says the: for the Unite Spates senate. i; c 1,
tin Yours mil c'riagescy and commercial: a
-erv Jl.
y. [ i
a stretch: of cuntt of Fort HIlo:>t : tes at b'! poluical meeting i )
V T>. BROvVARD.Go uaeertainn. tending to a le --"njng of ;IJ a a '3
Pierce there ar.. ne<:i1six hundred he address! '*. HH would have I M janOn uWRI e 11 .
hdf ouOmH
( \ernor. consumption and lower value n Y
acres of orange grove Before the : made a better nn. perhaps, if he had i
:Z. The carrying over to th' nrt j
big freer tie .Vhi: :tie Coast' Line: made a doz"n or more set speeches.;
of the largest unused supplie- 5
No "Nature I crop
Rail>iy''jjased: Miro' ,;h six miles!' of'uafarotcea'cranse and confined the balance of bas efforts -: Faking"Charl&s
A. Lindner of Homestead turpentine that have been in xh-1t'nc: !
i !: groves on the mar-! to a man-to-man canvass and at(' jii
writes a lengthy letter to the 'ailii'Mornn I in many years at the beginning of a i i
giff of Orant Lake, in this county. literature campaign i i STARTS
There is considerable talk about ,. ,; Xews, in which he confirms naval stores y-e ar. Probably 4",0 W I NEXT WEEK t

On. hia arrival! it Shanghai, Secretary Stockton, not particularly in the news- all the Herald said a few week's ago cask will he carried over by- SPEculaItin' !

Tate was Lenten a reception. 1, in regard to the "grampus" of the elements alone and as much j r
papers, but among men who have the i- 3
in rrticli: the women took part for the f interest of the people at heart. I-!, Gainesville Sun. !t is simply a' very more-if not a greater quantity-m '\

first lima in ('!: lLa'- history- Later |;Think tbu most of this talk is engendered :',' ugly, bv harmless bug, whose right other hands.Continuing. ; r' .

f in tbe day the: >?cr_ tar) was the i l on account of the dearth of i,. name :is vinagrone. It is fully described the discussion, the Re- : ii .D SAUNDERSWallace} : I

guest of honor a; a banquet given by 1 j other candidates whom the people :;[: in the Encyclopedia Brittanica Tic w says i : ;

the members the American colony i : which says that it is the hip-tailed With a likelihood of 80,000 to Hit.-1, i
t are willing to trust. rather than to a'
He delivered an address of some !; conviction that John Stockton is preeminently -j| scorpion or telyphoms. Its structureis ooo cask of t rp! itine being carried ,

lengj h. I similar to that of the ordinary over from this to the new crop, with ,
the man for this occasion. By
Tallahassee Sun j scorpion, which old Florida settlers every probability of the next year's'consumption Phillips

Cot George C. Martin of Brooksville j think is a centipede. There are no being naturally dt"erpasI'

I recently made a speech at Floral i Flowers for of cenapedes in Florida.-Punta Gorda ed at home and abroad. what is to become 1 J1

'> a Bevy Newspapers i j I of values if the turpentine | The story of that celebrated
City, taking the prohibition side of j jTF ) The Starke Telegraph is a weekly :!I Herald. producers cow p;;cher, some time
it** whey issue, and the correspondent -: I make a crop in 1908-09 equal j miner and later
but it is peaceful
paper one of the most influential -:,I citizen most
told. '
that of 190 -QS? ;> charmingly
of the to
Inverness Chroniclesays
in Florida. i j i What Ocala Needs Most Illustrated by Berneker. '
that no two churches in the I The foreign demand has fallen off I
I The St. Petersburg Independent will :,: To the Editor of the OCR la Banner:
could: have: held tie an of 20,000 casks a year. : You have
audience so he had
become a daily paper on November 4. :J: The St. Petersburg Times has a slimpscs cf Red
i. forced Substitutes being pushed vigor- Saunders: in the
was to speak in the air. are
R open It goes without saying that it will reflect -J i i symposium of the view of its citizens I magazines from time to
He is ously. Add to a decrease in the foreign time and have
an eloquent
gifted and i, doubtless
i popular honor on its city and on Editor!jof i the greatest needs of said growing split
speaker. (\ Powell.'I' demand a further decrease in the I.I! your sides laughing at his ,
'city. funny adv
_____ i II i American demand and where will the :. tLa is.
= The Pensaeola Evening News, tinder If the Ocala Banner had such a In this we follow
Witlf th? completion! of the highest !! I prices be? :I Red atnacrs
I; the masterly editorial conduct of ,: symposium I should say Ocala's greatest t thrones some
building in the world came the Can it not be readily appreciated nair-raismo adyantures ,
neces-1! with -
I Editor Crawford has become one of! need just now is to get the bar- Indians, .J
sity of finding a daring steepplejack' that the producers are feeling ''condi-, the Jly expel"it1c tr
the brightest journalistic lights in the !: rooms and livery stables off the public on ranch and his l lilt
who would paint the flagstaff andj i tions for next year that threaten them;' lSCly: a12 p'ca! rusuln '
state. Punta CITIZEN. : t
Gorda Herald. square he tamed '
plao' a large coppball on its top. ,' __ I .'.- t I with a return to forty cent turpen- I: up one m9rmlg fa hiS Mt5...- New '-l,_ ,
The top of the pole ia 700 feet above i' tine. '' TIllage with his
Will Bryan If the appointment of the editor of I pockets full of {
the level of the strut Last Saturday And if. a* 'some claim, there is no rah::r, !"e2.t1y iC' c !
this paper by Governor Broward to I surprise of his _
W. J. Bryan, the : i cousin
E. D. Cap&l su'cf16sfulIy accom- t bright young Jacksonville ( represent Florida at the conference :'!! money at fifty cents, what will there AlatHe living .:k e in ili I'

plislie.1 it. He gave Me! flagstaff five lawyer, is considering the ; on "Combinations and Trusts, to be!Abe I I at $5 a cask less for turpentine : han2e. cld'I'I _

coats of pat' ..:.a j I't.; ed the copper proposition o? !'e<'+)ming a candidatefor and! the price? of rosins an unknown You
held at Chicago October 22-25, is simply i i i can bet last I
I;\ globe on the fop a:'!.> lecieved: $1.tin tae U. S. SI'n.1His friend and a little satire on the part of the l yt!!.ntity'I. dO your doHa t; Ara w,., sC'oh1 j
for bis work Tat-: forty-two-stor The next crop of turpentine: should lg every ali15U C -
neighbor. Hon J N..C. is': ahlKe.cici.r
; Stockton governor we shall punish him !by proposing i (: : Yffi i
building is epevtt ,! t' be ready for also considering the solicitations oft 1 his name as one of the staff i! lie held down 2" 10 25 per cent. to. up! F.aiD't:7": it red dither. mshrd g

11\ occupancy: within sixty days. his admirers \\"boish meet such conditions as ap.s. '"X:: C"'w F--XJ):. hiN t.
him to run i editors of the "Crime -Onlon Df'Van-1 1 the '-l Ulet5 of tray g !

1 for governor of Florida. Both are!ment" of the Tallahassee Sin. We I Rl.' tih"X'l i:: rn. ,

I Some C.istarn siatifcticiaaib figure men woo deserve all the honors Floe I can think of the infliction of no worse Os lat Tuesday Mr Bryan iraiespeeche W c I laavc Y0Un.t& I Iendcd
that the pop-ifation of X. York' J eight in Kentucky and l'.h i : .
\ -w : ida can bestow and who will if elect- ;punishment rI It aril !:. _t
City will exceed that of London within -:ed to office be officials whom I was estimated that 37/KMl people prttV'e 1Itt+at deli t.t1Di .
can 'i1t'lia1e
T. '
quest w ,
: i1
I ten years, and that it was double : trust to" care for the Interests of our; 1 iun-> *>n t8 ihar him. Mr. Bran \ story is fiat etQ&tHl to the -
I i Just to think that: Editor Claude : nt :(
in twenty five years. A current magazine people and state.-Arcadia Cfcani- '!' cured his Wt-ft.rn Kentucky tour at possesses aloo the ent s'hxmr
L'Engte. of the Tallahassee Court Gazette r R
says: "The> pre*ent generation : pion. i, Murray_ sft r speaking to t1 M9! peopleat gutty c{ : R fill 84 i .i .
j prefers Hon. Park Trasnmell for;
win WI.1oubtedhsee in New PAducah ;fir. Bryan snd the leaders -
!governor to Hon. John X C. Jtocfc-
York tho'orJ's greatest metropolis. Sort of All Round i of the t'einncraftc party in Ken- Printed
: Fakir
i in
t ton. Is it
not a sunrise? But Tins
Few person* !'\ali--? that the popula Claude L'Engle is by all odds the*! ya.u. tl1.\y ar. witch' pl- -eii with the re- P
never can tell in what direction these
tion of New .
: York City is already one greatest' nature fakir in Florida. : suIt! t f Hr. firyfta'tour.! .
He : !
s geniuses are going to shoot out They
twenty of UK t
population of the 1 calls one brother editor a '-- --- rite uitw, flow.of + '"
entire United States, "padgy.j are constantly! springing s:1ri1ri--> : Uncl yam is Join to buy his coal ,, .... .1DJ tax .
or that the It- ztwtrai '
squdgj toad, while another fs I!' h..iltirwl: 1 t
). s srowttf. o? New York City Jn the cen! 'an unsophisticated public. Libipyi'rotechnic's i i i. '\\al.g. because he can get it ckeaper i o r--\Yvr kris :
as a "monkey'e are looking '' \
t1 tury past: has been five time ,. more generally, they sometimes : than ne tan home co\l.!! Uncle
for him
to be r
i rapid than the growth Qt, the _whot.. t and properly exposed ;perform strange and daring antic i i Sam's sons anti daughters will have toby
denounced bv Mr. Roosevelt. '
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? cop:a, ;:., .. .- r Lakeland X@Ws. the home oal however. They STARTS

., .' f Red Saunders. !bar to pay the tart tax.: I I5' i it NEXT
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, Ocala. Fla., Oct. 12, 1907.
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner:

., Just prior to the convening of the [ECZEMA Of fAD i BANANA
., I I Incomplete Returns From Dade' l legislature, the mute press used

i' Sljow'iet Majority. I i a good deal of space: in throwing bou- I

'f I quets at tha membership of that august One Mother's Trials- Little Ones I

tribunal. Now, like the great I Treated at Dispensary for Three COFFEE :

Miami Fla., Oct. 15, 1907. |Caesar d**d. there are none BO poor I Months Did Not Seem to Improve I

Special to too Ocala Banner: as to da it reference, except the I Suffered five Months, I 4ca
rather feeble 0.1 H
I effort of Col. Peter I
1 Election close.
I Knight to act. the role of Mark Anthony ALL WERTPERFECTLY sv

Miami gave majority of 80 for wet. who pronounces a eulogy over I *

- West Palm Beach gate majority of !] tho remains, and bemoans the many I CURED BY. CUTICURA !t 4

82 for wet i:deathly 8taltj'it has retired. He say a I I H4'T'HESE
three children had for
Country precincts mostly voted dry. ;i, it w BtiUl to credit for its failure I]I fie 11y months. A little !sore eczema would tip- are the only fruit foods on the market. They are '
Some yet to hear from. to submit a urohobltion amendment!' r..ar on the hd arvl! n'x-nirtl very itchy, I IUicreafing !
. ;i day after day. The baby i !'
Returns so far show majority ori; \ I to the constitution, and for the fact j .had had it about a T-WK:: when the MOond unique, appetizing and brimful of nutriment easy to '1 '
{" for i that iti anti-railroid: legislation boy tool the disc! are and a few ,
wet, but ; :
dry ticket will ..
probablywin 'gores* developed! !, then the third boy r digest wholesome and 'T-' Y
E. T. BYKS'GTGN. might h;>+e bean more drastic or tom : took it. 1'or the fret three months' I ( guaranteed pure under the new pure :!

bastic. tooktLrm to th:.. N- Ui-penary, and i
EDITOR L'ENGLE !!, Evidently he goes upon the theory'miwj !i they told me that the children had ring- food law. Fill all requirements for building body and brain. c1' ry
HELD FOR CONTEMPT ; worm. bl* they did not t"vm to im- |
what loves company! and that; Then I lizard (>t the CutuuraKt : tjhj *
i iI me>iiH> and I thought I f-ould write '!
', )1fr next door neighbor. Georgia, U i, you ahut my ca?e, and wU-j4 I got: As confection
From Tampa Tribune Special: ;snore miserRbJ' than w*+ are. !J tho Cut ('ura Soap and f uticura Ointment f"'j? nana'l r a are unequaled. ExceI-.fa

Bradentown, Oct. 13.:: -Claude L'Eni;, .*If the above' can be construed as a1! with warm I bathed water the and children's Cuticura heads Soap <1" I I a rigs I I lent for the school children's lunches.

gl' editor or the Tallahassee Sun, aei co'upHii'&nt, it is the only one I have ; and then applied the Cuticura OintI I *
S seen or heard of, and they can take) mpnt. In a few weds they had improved i fj> No trouble to digest.
co\npanied by Associate Editor J. II. and when their heads were well ; 4'
H(*ese, and Attorneys F. M. Simonton, i j what comfort they can out of it. With- you could we nothing of the sores. I ;
out i should be glad to let other" know i
ttobert XIcNamee taking time or space at this limp I very

of Jacksonville, arrived and Will in J.the Bryan city!;, to enumerate its many sins of omission -! Mrs.about Kate the Keim.great Cuticura 513 Wwt HPnlf S'.ith! >dies.St., : [} n i' A liquid food. We heartily -

this morning for the purpose of argu-i| and commission, I consider the: :, :New York, :N.Y.,:Xov., 5,and i D a an a offa e recommend
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license or occupational tax law enacted I it the finest substitute for
for as
ing a change of venue in the cele- { 7,1'r0c"I "iC,

brated criminal libel case brought by by that: aggregation the most t, CUTICURA GROWS | coffee *
damnably I ever produced. Rich and nutritious milk.
John A. Graham. I unjust piece of legislation j ,1. as as *
to that has been Inflicted on a sufferins''! Removes Dandruff and Soothes i j I '
expectations, L'Engle I
public in the history of the state. J' Itching, Irritated Scalps. !
() and his attorneys were called upon to ;+ As the Times-Union I Warm shampoo' with Cutk-ura Soap, 'i i A fruit flour. We T
recently pointed : tremen-
answer contempt proceedings before I and light dr s jinjT4 with Cuticura, the a Banana Flour expect
out, this tax is wrong iri principle and of .ulllhl'ulstop!
Judge Stewart, this rebuwlting from and violates the : purest eweett&t:; fall.nt" ; hair remove dous demand for this delicious 4'
principle which
the defendant, Governor upon | k : andt1 pro-
supported by f' t, cru.--t scales
all taxes!i should be levied that is, upon -I' J dandruff!, destroy 4., duct. Richer than *
Broward, defying the order to appear property: valuation.Vh''re is the 'ffi.... ;;.,) hair parasites: ordinary wheat flour and free from foreign -
for trial several months Argu .. ; J soothe *
ago. irritated i I'' $!
reason logic or justification in j starch.
meats on the feature of the case will fining J" itching mrfates, Very nutritious.
or taxing for the iloge :( stimulate tho hair
a man mere privi- "t
end tomorrow morning, when arguments of I; / \ r"1-!;Y follicles! loosen the 4- .*
making an honest living either
'/J. okin
in favor of the change of venue scalp supply 4
at trade or the practice of a profession -! /-' = -;( tho roots with energy I *
will begin. '
which has I and nourishment ; Get Your
probably required the
L' ngl(', if he is not sent to jail: for : ,and make the .t. Package
beat years at hU life to acquire? hair grow upon a ,!'
contempt of court, and It the plea for Such rwect,wholesome, healthy scalp when all
tax is frequently unjust and
chan&> of venue is acted upon, is ext else fail,;. For al! purposes of the toilet, "jet
arrive in discriminating in that it is not always bath and nurse;, Cuticura, Soap, TODAY '*'
Tampa Wednesdayto
iaivos! with reference to volume of and Cuticura Omttvut are pricvleta.Complete =
answer the criminal libel silt institutes !- : Eiwrcal and In>'nal TF( them for 4 .
business or capital invented! and inmany Every: Humor el Ir.faiilo, against him and his associate stall o! Cuticura kuii.'Ci\ : M ('!I'allel' the t-ttii
instances prohibitory. It Fti- lin'nira! omtiurni: Me i W iirtl 111'oLIn, andCuticura
editor, J. II. R'esby W. F. Stovall, Hc..oI"I'IJI.I (or U. the form of ttont- 4'
ties competition.- the breeder of late loatd Fliis. :J5c I.cr.isl! of ttU)) to 1'urlfy the
editor of the Tribune, and Col. Peter llkkKl. ,-'o'l' tbrovvbout the world. Putter Iirujj .1;
I ) trusts and combinations and discour- I flif-m. Corp *tle Prupr IVniun. Un"'iKreo. .rJaIW, _
p O. Knight. Cuticura Book on Stan ana bcilp ti ceoseu I *
ages i individual effort. I II I --- -

Whither RH* we drifting! ? Wbere is *

Growing Escambia to be the limit of burdensome and unjust HON. A CLARK WRITES HIS I

county Referring, the to Pt-nsicola the growth correspondent of Escambia tide taxation of extravagance When and will of the bombastic high- VIEWS ON PROHIBITION tO. K. G ROC E R Y4

of the Times-Union says: tax assessment -
legislation recede Gainesville, Fla., Oct. 9, 19i'7.'
rolls for the
of the county

year 1907 were presented to the boardof ,Owen in an Wistwr article in a very EyeryLolly'sIagl'.t forcible writer 1 S. Bobo Dean, Miami, Fla. 4'f: Pljoqe 1(4 CLeRK BROS. Prop. 3k' ?.

county commissioners today aud in; Dear II r. Dean-Your very kind in ,
zine, f'IlUUel"Tle Keystone Crime.1 :
shows an Increase in the valuation of 'Citation for me to deliver some addresses
says of Pennsylvania! that it is a government : Ocala
taxable property of over $bfl0Da4( compared florida
br knaves at the expense of to the good people of Dade *
with tbi valuation o/ last year. I
fool L> t ua beware that the tap county during the pending
The total assestments a ,; rogaWs: $9,- ciDi'aign *
dot! a not sn>w to fit us. received. .444.Hcured
Olt! ,OuO, about Jj.dOO.fiUO:; less than thecity
ntsmt this is duw to I hare bean from louie, nor -
tt'stm I away -- -- --- -- i
-- ...
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>> tho city placing the assestmnt at 75 j .. some time, and find myself confronted at the cost of broken hearts -

1 r per eeiof: its valuation: while the DOES ROHIBITIOrMAKE I with an enormous amount of work and ruined sonls. At best we are not '
I BLIND TIGERS? ; ;;: ;; sf
county ,vsesses on the 35 per cent. j I whica has accumulated during my to stay on this old earth for any fi I IG CIJOPS ; IDEAL ;;T a

From the assessment the county will I .1.1.ollr absence. In addition to this, I have ,great length of time, and while here t Z..t
The r.utemeoittJn made b .1I! t
derive the taxes at a 14 mill rate thee > I!some important law cases soon to be we should try to make the world better 3
., opponents teat prohibition makes i;tried, and I must make the Y OUR BOOKS\ WILL: YELL YOU .
Bum of $1:8.59112.1.:: and with the pr.i I : necessary by reason of our having lived ia

taxes the total will be increased to blind tigers, opeak-eaaies.: and bootleg-j preparation for their trial. Nothing I it. We cannot make it better Hy putting i 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES" com"IRISH POT .TO Bi"-Book :
i mer,, as well *s wL.i.k on
about The increases In the $ y ira e Sioreo.j but my duty to constituents and the saloon in the plete manual
10000. vVe flourish'ab eli-I' open pathwayof 6 on Florida crops. I "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultivation
say: uo. They exist aid
valuation of property shows a steady j and'oomiaumtifs 'ents could keep rue from joining you I our brothers. This may be sentiment : Effect of Fertilizers.! Digging

growth of the county and city, as valuation pkiitiiuliy in license states: I in the great fight you are making I but if you take sentiment t ntof 0 "FLORIDA ORANGES"-Book of'aad hippin;." i

on property have not been as in prohibition territory against tile tpea saioou. My position I our lives you rob humanity of one t special interest to. orange gi'ow- PINEAPPLE[ FERTILIZING"

raised except a few Isolated cases. aid even wore so. It is non upon thus question is well I of its brightest jewels.-Frank Clark, : rs. j j special Interest to pineapple a

During the past three years the assessment Uie prohibition that makes them known in Florida, because twenty :in[ Miami Metropolis. I growers. i
but the nwie&s spirit in the class ol I I ..
years ago I nit a speeches all
has increased nearly 3fl.0ft.- over "FLORIDA STRAWBHRRIES"- "II3E.1L FERTILIZERS"

000, due to the erection of many large; men drawn, and cultivated together by and the saloon i isystem !I Polk county hi favor of prohibition, Large Residence for Rent I Jr..oldet on r-c
tP estahlUTinjent! of developedoy and 1 have lid\e: failed to raise U 'atfoa "
and my and
buildings The Allred House, near tb .._ des, prices, etc.
the Ealooa. eke
lumber manufacturing plants at various saloon cultivatesihe I voice against anti! to vote against the board Air Line depot, is for rent. Has J ----- "..- -....--

points, as well a* other indus appetite! in the drinker, that i traffic in intoxicating liquors whenever -' 12 rooms and more than ;m acre of I) .+ -New.. _and..,r-vised....- .! edition- of the..._,&I b.>ve ]Jlh.. puuliihod, free for askhl {:
) makes J milling to defy law to got opportunity offered Thereis : land. Rent $2'' per month. Apply toi'I -- -- :
his drink and it also cultivates the David S. Woodrow, Holder Block. 11/1/ LSO
." ; really but one side to the question. Ocala, Fla. 1'M-tf-w.' 'I| i f H & TOOMER FERILTIZER I COMPANY
disregard of all law in the deaUr I The traffic in ,
intoxicating is
Why the Florida Waters Roar; liquors I i i't.
lit:L makes: aim sell in spite of law,i JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
To the Ocala Banner: radically, essentially, ,and inherently ----- --- -- -- 1

whether it be a prohibition or a high 1 It. breeds sin $ .................. .. .
t i :Mr. Alligator is a genuine Floridacrocoli'e. .wrong. and nurtures IT WILL I ..................
\5 license law.: crime. It lowers II
( This animal has a raTher the moral standard II I
We I< a community and demoralizes
with the
long body, four limbs, armed:
I I claws. The mouth is large and furnished own city of Oklahoma to prove this. youth of the Land. PAY VOthIf I

On July 1, 1907, there were in this r ,_.....,.. .
with sharp teeth, the skin is Instead of the closing of the saloon .T'; ;;;:"I3m.oJ: 1T"'
city 71 saloons regularly licensed to you have on hand to sell, or if yc '
r rough, tough, and on the sides covered :: injuring the business of a town, I am
with tubercles. He lives in and sell intoxicating liquors according to fully convinced, after more than twenty are thinking of coming to FlorIda I ". A. Spencer L. C. Lang J. A. Bouvier

law, and yet there were in force! of close
the years observation that
and "paces I
about muddy water to make it your home, or II
yellowsands" surrounding it. lie United States internal revenue tax receipts prohibition of the liquor traffic aids I I

tries captivating arts on :Miss Catfish sometimes called government I materially in the building up of all legitimate if you desire to investn I i Announcement1Ve

in licenses:: to the number of 161. These business. Let me point
who proves elusive but succeeds I you any kind of Florida
capturing frogs, hogs dogs, toys, relics are the official figures from the office i to tbe proof. I was in Apalachicola property, have just purchasp'l the splendidly equipped 4
I of the internal collector..
revenue a few days ago. Apalachicola has
and lightwood knots. "The ocean: machinery plant of the Yon' and
Ok-I SEE; OR WRITE TO I e Company,
? Because of the playing lahoma City tht n had according to about four thousand inhabitants, and nand
moans. Why solicit share of the
: a work of
repair Marion
ficial records 71 legal saloons and !although she has and
eight licensed
Floridaroar. sa-
.winds.Why?The'Tis waters only the of 'gator's bling tigers, speak-easies and whiskey II loons, she has no more population to- J. H. LUftTfiN I N & SOUS N !I adjoining counties. We make a specialty of repairing 1r VI

voice in oratory, and the beating on |'i i drugstores on the first .}f July, 1907. day than she had fifteen or twenty team pumps, ;;as engines, etc.

his tub,.:cles as lie applauds him?eIt ('i This is the effect of the present system years ago, and although the first rail- {iD} Estate Dealers Let us quote you prices. I

for possessing blonde blue "prize j jeyes. of high license.:: 'j road has just gone in there, not a sin- I

." GOLDEN ROD.It II It on the first day of July next year, ;gle new building was in course of construction Ocala, FloridaJ.

r' "f under prohibition it should be found j' the day I was there, and I I __ ---4 Ocala Gas Engine
--- -- -- -
Will Establish a PrecedentThe I that these same 90 internal revenue I II did not hear the ring of a hammer nor!I I

"coming out" convention :l.t''I tax receipts should be in force or half the music of a saw during my stay J R. Mocrhead D. S. Woodrow,. .

Ocala to which all the budding candidates -jof them helJ by the same people, and I there. Apalachicola is standing per-'I i President. Secretary.B. w& mpallY

are looking with pleasurable an ;i for the tame buildings, our opponents Ifectly still although eight saloons j J. Potter, Gen. Mgr. L J

!would declare that prohibition did it. ,:, have for years been industriously engaed -! WGODMAR SAND AND STONE COUPAW :==- 1L"iF: m

{., :iThsy wtt'4i try to make us believe)1[ in building up the: town. Now,1 I Builders of ----- --- -- --- -- -_ ___ u __ ______

'; has been !selected: a si. nd for spo leers ;itkftt prohibition is a failure because; take a look at Gainesville dry I CEMENT! SIDEWALKS s.a. .....,._. .._.. ... ..........en-- 0

another for tblb nd will be i lit did nf"' tf. tmee, cut out the illegal: town. Gainesville has some several i I Dealers in -- -
) cabana, i.d under the license, thousand John 't I. Graham : I
errcted: seats and 4abl<. will' U" places population, and there is not LAKE WEIR SAND"Manufacturers W. D.
provided: : : system. But if we have prohibition vacant business house or residence! of J. l1
built and a basket dinner
sat 1If! the suggestions of the} co"- i these plfxen l will not be tbere next'in! it. In addition to his one of our I CONCRETE BLOCKS, GAHAM ROTNERS; i ii

: few remain covered up I! recent contractors told
atrittQe carried out. :Rallroaia *ill year: a may me recently i PAVING MATERIAL

R V. R-irtd are to give reduced r.tte Then I : ivtl7.:. A/tof a little illicit selling,I; that he had contracts for bindings I Ii i FENCE POSTS, Ete. ;i Marion County Abstract Company.
i; wa coals know who are candMatei.. i bet that will W not the effects of rro-]| for two years ahead. BuihliI are i Estimates and plans! furnished ail j
>.U1 all I\tl- ;hilution. bO the carets: of high li-! going up in every direction. and you ;i ij contract taken. i
for it Ii supposed they Fire Insurance
Bounce their respective ambition' at : r.l".. wiUk, rust of meesity be!j can't hire a nvchanic or a day !labor-!!. p 0. Box 956 Ocala.: Florida.MM ,, ;

; aloes,., hut they too, must'jo ier i him for
eradicated except you
engage sometime : .
tfiii slaw i meeting and Arm the plntiorw -i' I -- - .- on City Property. ., Farr!)s end! Farm!) Lands for Sole
will be made snd prohibition will soon be pray I ahead. There is hardly a man'I : I
their platforms I
and ea te h1.rf,;5.- k. ahoman. I in this town who would think ef going Investments
ptklie. It is rather a unique idea MOTH PAPER : i
1 will male *. I I I back to the day of the open; saloon NO. MAGNOLIA ST. AL.\, FLORIDA I
this slip if successful |I Tfci sons of Booker! Washingtoni j A moth destroyer and disinfectant. ::1 .O i
I i under in f.14
'n.t: :@d r Times-tTnion. I I Placed carpets: or flu .
i of fXani **mez, the Cuban pa- Even if the closing of the saloon did I; of furs and clothingit drives away

NoveiLb elected? *#,: triot. wr sMttrcates at Exeter. Tie!! injure the town I should till be in'!'II moth and worry. Twelve sheets ia a I -.. -::_ __ -- '___ __ _. :-
11 has been packet, carriage! prepaid, 10 cents; i I
I She date\ for the beginning of the( color-line is evidently not included in j favor of uppressin the traffic be-1 six packets, ad cents, if drnggfat deer i

1'tr the;'The ln; ?*.(>-up of Exeter.: -:-Tampa Even-jrau I ?:* I value the happiness of the !II not have It. :
fourth trial of Caleb Powers Madigan Powrf Works, iolectlow I m t i Don't Miss Red Saunders .
murder of Governor Goebel.t iiB; News. I[people more than I do the dollars se-j Clarksville, Iowa. I -

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x I Receipts, $195.05; disbursements, I

(OFFICIAL) $139.97; balance, $55.08.County ; I About Shoes I

________ Proper Something
'., Receipts, $7.13; disbursements, $7': -
Fla., October 8th, 1907. considerable expense, on account balance, 13c. :' -
Ocala Commissioners building: culverts: by purchasing some Fine andd Forfeiture
Board of County I lumber which was at or near disbursements. !
session on this: day. cypress Receipts businessof
met in regular I Panasoffkee and which could be obtained $700.81.Special the Shoe
Edwards,' balance, I to
John L. $495.44; more
resent: lIon. W. Turner, very cheap: : it was upon motion Road Fund attribute our success
Chairman; N..1. Fort C. Commissioner Pyles be '! 'VE When sell a
Pyles. ordered that Balance on hand, $27CC.71. line. we
+ J. M. Matthews, S.called to order by appointed a committee of one withpower Building Fund j f our store than any a

,,,,,,4 The Board duly the following, to act with reference to saidlumber. Balance on hand, $209.68. for us.
::* the Chairman, when total disbursements a new customer
Total receipts. $2211.23; it always means
\ proceedings were : of Commissioners Edwards and Pyles $9dUl; balance in treas- : pair
.y meeting lowest posB B
F Minutes of the regular committee to make i Shoes at the
and approved.The were appointed a ury. $1251.S2.The | find solid leather
1907. read will
September September I an examination of roads, now being board thereupon adjourned unj j I You only
petition filed at the built near Jacksonville, in Du..aleount meeting. '! guaranteed to give ysatisfaction
t.,. for a til next regular ;
asking I pair
'1 meeting of the Board west from the )', on account of the use of the S. T. SISTRUNK, Clerk: i i ii 6JI sible prices in our store. Every
[ < public road running j'material being used in said roads. I returned I
and Anthony i
.f.. S. A. L. R. R.hard to road the ,Ocala to be on a liner I It was upon motion ordered that the Case Against Editor L'Engle after being worn, or full purchase price
.; public contract be awarded Mclver & Mac- I
the answered to j
27 and 28 on I Editor L'Engle '
.... between Sections Kay for sixteen mattresses 31x70, cotton -
: south: and Sections 21 and 22 un de-the I'' on all sides, at $3 each, to be made criminal charges made against him in i|i

.,' north; and to run north intersecting from first it atrizht i of ticking like sample shown the committee Manatee countlnd succeeded in obtaining .' iI FEW OF OUR BRANDS:
road A
j-cribed cotton pillows at |
f. :.. angles at the joining corners ofL.N I ; and sixteen a change of venue.. The case I li:
21.and 22, 27 and 28; and j fifty cents each. will be tried at Bartow, m Polk county r;

.' running Sections between sections and 22: to on extend the Upon, it motion was ordered of Commissioner that the CountyAttorney Matthews I I at a time not yet fixed. In the : liner g yes fcr men, 5 tylest for $U9 end $1.74 IIIU
the west; !'i
i cast and 21 on be directed to at once begin contempt proceedings he made an 't ,
1 north one half of these sections, join-I for condemnation, for a stated that fir $2.23 end! $2 48
proceedings court and
the road running west from i apology to the Shoes for men 12 styles, "
nig with i right of way through the property of confusion Lion ,
mad -
hard mistake caused by a $
t McDowell's mill to public the was

M SaM petition was granted and placed by the in : and Leonard Dunnellon Redding road.on the Stokes Ferry in the dates, which caused him to + a Evernstirg! Soes!; !for men, 6 :styles, For $2.7ftTogey R

Board when opened citizens, I There being some question in the write the article to which exceptionswere I ,

traveling condition by without the expense minds of the Board, as to whether or taken. The court accepted his -:- for 6 styles for $3.00 and $3.25 I}..
which is .to be. done I not Blve Springs Run was or had been and the case was dismissed.The ) Shoes njen) ,
to the County.A I dt'Clare.f. navigable waters and it appearing apology
petition asking having for been a Special filed Tax and II to the Board that it will b case of Messrs. Knight and l Top- ?mJlJd Sljoes for men, 12 styles? for $3.50 ond SiOO ,

Road District and establish necessary t>> bridge the river, it was Stovall against Mr. L'Engle, in Hills- .
requesting the Board to create ordered that Commissioner Pyles he- county, set for trial >es- fcr SU9 nod SU9
a Special Tax and Road provided District bylaw I appointed a committee of one to tare borough was ; I Velvet Shoes for !(!dies, 8 styles' .
made terday.
c as in such cases I the matter up with the Government I
.d which district is bounded as follows officials with reference to the same.; I Satin Sljaas for ladies 1! 8 styies, for $1 59 and $1.98

: cor- The salary of the registraton officer NOTICE I ; "

ner Commencing the of Sec.northeast 9 Tp at 16 corner the R 19 of thence Sec. northto 4 Tp I:drawn was in fixed monthly at $150 payments a year of, $12.50 to be In Circuit Court-, Fifth Judicial Circuit -i f 5 SiSH!!; Sljoes: fcr ladies! 5 styles, fur r $2.23Eldorado

15 R 19 of, thence SE'c.I west, Tp to 15 the R 18 northwest, thencesouth I each.Petitions heretofore filed by parties Marion: 'County, Florida.-In I M StjGes for ladies, 2 styles, for $2.98! I.
corner that the board
corner of Sec. ;and districts, asking Chancery. I c I
to the east to point of i change their resolution so as to read John D. Robertson, Complainant. vs. j i |
R 18. thence |
9 TD 16 mile of
beginning, which territory comprises;; that when citizens built one Silver Springs and Western Railroad \ i line of Children's School Sho'es.ents .

sections, 5, 6, 7, S, 9, of Tp 16 R 19 ,i hard road the county would build two. Company, a Corporation rnIS We have a strong

and sections 1, 2, 3I, 9, 10, 11. and''I Petitions were refused by the board. the Laws of the State of Flor If Work Shoes are specials"
Permanent f
is of Tp 16 R 18 and sections 4, 5 j\ Letter from the Florida and Women's Heavy KM
20, 21, 2S. ,Exposition, Jacksonville, was received ida. I
6. 7, 8, 9, 16, 17, 18, 19 Shoe
29, 30 31, 32, and 33 of Tp 15 R 19 and filed for information. Whereas, it has been made to appear -! i with us. Try a pair 01 our Shoes once and your

and sections I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, Report of William Lucius, road' to the judge of the above styli ,i r

11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16. 21 22, 23 24. overseer was filed before the board, in a certain cause therein j is assured. M
23, 26, 27 28 33, 34, 33, and 36 of i showing that for the month of Sep- court I patronage j
township 15, range 18 to be known as : tember, including five weeks, he had I pending wherein John D. Robertson i> j II '
"Romeo Special Tax Road District" i built or recoated one mile and a ouar-'complainant and Silver Springs and! \: f':1 '..I1t mf" .: ; ; '; =:fl; q th1:: <111F II <

with authority to levy a maximum tax ter of a mile on the Ocala and Kendrick Western Railroad Company a oorpor- !J I

of 3 mills beginning January 1st, 1908.' i i hard road and practically scraped anon under the laws of the state ;
The Board appointed Inspectors) of I the Sharp's Ferry road, and this 01:1
the election to be held in :JIartel: district -end of the Silver Springs road at its Florida, is defendant: that tb officers -I j

for a Special Road Tax District, I junction at Ocala, at a cost of $7+31),17. ; of said defendant: corporation ire''': : ?" .-: -

as follows: II. L. Peckinger. Arthur I Superintendent of the poor farm unknown, and it further appearingthat ;
fiallipeau, H. W. Long; and in the filed his report, showing expenses:: for the said above mentioned sun ,
Cotton Plant district_ the following the month of September, which reportis
Inspectors were appointed, viz: J. 1-\\\ as follows: .is a suit in equity for a removal of a ;(I I

Parker C. R. Veal and C. 1'. Miller. I for September, cloud from title.
'Poor Farm Report I
The petition heretofore filed, viz: I 19$7 It is therefore ordered, adjudgedand m
On September 3rd: 1907.; petitioning i I decreed that the said defendant. I II
Board of County
the Board to establish a Public Road To the Honorable
between Ocala and Stokes Ferry, and Commissioners, Marion Co., Fla: Silver Springs and Western Railroad
more particularly described as follows, visited the farm on the "th inst.. Company, a corporation under the

to wit: for the month of September, and find laws of the state of Florida, be and it I ,
Commencing at a point on said nothing of material interest to report. I
Ocala and Stokes Ferry road about Inmates are ten in number, four white' is hereby required to appear before

four hundred feet south of the northern and six colored, and doing reasonably the judge of the circuit court of the OCALA, FLA.

boundary line of' the southeast well. Four of them are old and feeble fifth judicial circuit of Florida, Marion ... :>P'__.._ 1- -
quarter of section 34. Township 16, and require considerable atten- county on :- \

Range 20:! thence running in a dua tion. Mrs. Johnson, since the deathof .- '-. ., -- --
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much grieved Monday, the 6th Day of January, A. I '.- -' -- .- -- ; __.' _
westerly course to the northwest cor- her husband seems ,'." <,jr.; .-. - --,- P.--- --- --- -
ner of Section :31, Township 16, Range and tries to run away, consequentlyhas D. 1908, IiIjT' __ --_ -_.-::
t: 19; thence southwest as may be required to be watched closely.Mr. at the court house of the said countyto ____
to cross the Blue Springs Run Priest has his pigs on the pin- answer and defend the bill of complaint
and directly west into PennsylvaniaAvenue dars and they are fattening very nice-
in above styled cause. It is
town of Dunnellon, or to thesaid ly. Corn has been gathered, and aggregates -
city limit line. Which petitionwas about two hundred bushels. further ordered that this order be

granted as soon as opened by the Find hereto attached financial re published once each week for two consecutive AND

petitioners and placed in good traveling I port. Respectfully submitted, months in some newspaper
to Marion S. R. PYLES.
condition expense Florida,
Marion county
County.It Superintendent, $35; hired help, $2; published
appearing to the Board that washing and ironingfi $1; cooking immediately preceding said Cth day of

Thomas Arnold is in a helpless con- $12; Dr. W. V. Newsom, $2; Ocala January, A. D. 1908.

dition and Indigent, it was ordered ,Wagon Works, $4; W. P. Edwards, At Chambers, Ocala Florida, Octo

that an appropriation of Fve Dollars $1.75; S. B. Brooks. $11.75; Helven- ber 14, 1907. W. S. BULLOCK.
a month be made for his benefit. ston, Pasteur Co., $l1.SIlcIn; r &
?- Upon motion it was ordered that the I MacKay, $1: Tydings & Co., $7.55; B.: 10-lS-2mw Judge. -- SALEAt

t AVoodinar Sand Company be awardedthe I Baldwin, $1.35. Total, $97.80. -----
; contract to build a sidewalk fronting I I--By produce sold for cash, $1. Total,
on Fort King Avenue of the lot ..expense, $%.SO.
belonging to the County. I, Also the following report for the ISHEL'S SPEfl IALS
Upon motion it was ordered that arecommendation month of August, which report, show Thursday
be made to the Governor ing costs, etc., is as follows: farm in Anthony, Florida, on ,
requesting the appointment of This report having been filed at the my
J. I). Turnips-eed, for Inspector of I September meeting, but misplaced. THIS WEEK
Marks and Brands, at Kendrkk. and not published, therefore I reproduce ----..-- November 7 1907, beginning at 1 o'clock P, M., \
The bond of W. IX Dunn, Second it in so far as it referred to important ,
Lieutenant of the Ocala flies, was approved matters:: : Flannel
by the Board. I! Mr. Lames Johnson, who was an \2l/2c Outing 9c [[ will sell the following stock;

Mr. John Pasteur, Inspector of I inmate for several years, died August per yard l'
Marks and Brands District No. I, tendered SO, also a colored man by the name of
his resignation, which was accepted Ed Marion died August 22.:! 35c Heavy Underwear, .

and it was ordered that a recommendation The other inmates are doing reasonably per garment 2k: Five horses and mares of good size well broke
by this Board be madeto well, except that several are ,

the Governor, requesting the ap- very old and necessarily very feeble. 50c Large Cake Boxes

and pointment Brand of Inspector Mr. R. ,B.District Bell as Xo.Mark 1. from Hereto Superintendent attached see Priest financial: report Japanned,,for auc and sound, suitable for farm work and will drive

It appearing to the Board that excessive Respectfully)) submitted. 50c Bread Boxes I
Large ,
taxes had been collected on account S. R. PILES, Com. in Charge. Five head of three four
for 39c) well Sundays or
of road work, from Thos. Kinney Superintendent, $35: : hired help, on ,

and Ferdinand Crawford, it was ordered $15.30; washing and ironing, $7.50; 50c Large Lamps,

of said that lurties a warrant covering be the drawn excess to each collected I I cooking, $10: Martin & Cam, $4.$0 V.; complete $)c year oldwell broke horses and mares saddle bred
Dr. W.
Mclver & :MacKay $25.80;
amounting to three dollars each

I- for said parties.Mr. I Xewsom, $15 Ocala; Helvenston Wagon Works Pasteur$2; $1 50 Heavy Blankets, but Two pairs of drivers
Lucius filed his report and account Co., $10.69; large size pair $1.23 good anywhere dell
with the Board, together with Standard Lime Co., $22.20:! ; Tydings : .

t! the drawn during cancelled the in settlement past month checks for; and for road a warrantwas moneys work I I Ii I&Smith The Co.,, following 25c.$12.80 Total; B. soldier Baldwin$163.29. ,claims$1.95; for C. $1.75 and $2 Grain Men's Shoes Oil 81.1335c matched in color, size and gait, well broke and ,<

Commercial ordered Bank drawn for in amount favor of of said the \i! pensions Handy Rainer were approved J. D. Shaw by the John board Adams : 2-quart Plain Chin sound 4 years old,

M. Peterson, D. A. Miller, J. M. ,
to I
pay-rolls. And it also appearing Pitcher 23c
J .. that iT. Carter Mr. Brinson, W. T. Craig,I II .
the Board that it was necessary

4! the said Road Overseer, William Lu- I A.Camel L. ,Ross John, B.R.Chalker O. Billups, and, T.Raphael J. Sis- These horses have just arrived from Missouri
b cius, should have funds to meet i trunk. Visit the 5 and 10 Cent Store. ,
road expenses, it was ordered, that a I

\ I I warrant Lucius, as be Road drawn Overseer in favor, to of William be usdby I i claims The were following approved widow's by the pension board: M. FISHEL where they were purchased direct from the farma a

I Mrs. Lu M. Boreland Mrs. Martha S. ,
him in the payment of of ex- I --
and the said Lucius is required I Brown, Mrs. V. J. Wilson, Mrs. Mary and them. You
I enses; 15 AVERDROP Come see can be suited.
,' to file his report and cancelled I I Green Ward and Mrs. Elmira Hope. D ers.
The commissioners appointed tc .
1 checks, showing the disbursements of HEAD <
view and mark out the Ocala Cotton
said funds, at the next regular meeting

1 :, of this Board.October 9th 1907. Plant with and the Juliette board,road and filed the same their was report 5EViNGItACHINE Seven head good work mules, been worked i in .

laid over until the next meeting of the
to adjournment
The Board met pursuant

,1 i i I. all members present. board. I e Elorida about a year. Eight or ten head of good;]
I k R The petition filed with the Board, at The following! bonds to carry pistols .
Ii ", their meeting in August, by citizensliving and firearms were approved bj I '
t ; on the east side of Marion the board and licenses ordered issuedJ. I $15.75 young Florida horses and mares. :-

Farms!;, in this County, asking that the R. Thomas B. .J. Culverhouse Grover :
Board reopen and establish the road I Wilson Thomas F. Morgan, W. M. :.
as it was, before the order heretofore Taxworth. J. X. Shedd, W. W. Martin, WITH eDit
:1" made permitting the Marion Farms J. W. Melton, Oscar Yarber, J. P 10 Year Warranty There will also be offered for sale at the same time a few shorthorn calves and yearlings..

Company to place gates across the Pughsey, R. A. DeLong O. P. Williams This is a bigh-ffrade. absolute reliable insert.tar. i
I' chin,swell front table with tape measure
road was ordered refused. L. Hurst, W. H. Boon W. J. md of Ud ok and b&ndsomelydMigned.
ed. cabinet i i K> '
.j. Commissioner Matthews offered the I Hall W. L. Markham, W. A. Baxley, Each machine la carefully adjusted C. Howell will have on exhibition at this sale his elegant black stallion, bought in -
T. K ready for QM. It baa a complete set of accessory Missouri' ** *
following resolution: It appearing to. C. W. McArthur L. B. Marsh, and attachment This machine la eubrtantiaUj i
the Board that the Bridge acro a Blue Slaughter, H P. Griggs, L. A. Griggs,, made,U light running,and absolutely guaranteed i
Springs Run Is unsafe for travel, on S. A. Smith, G. A. Osteen, Jas. Duffy for 10 yean and will do any and all kinds of aew
motion it was ordered that the publicbe and S. D. Martin. teg. Too may try it 60 days B5.00 and if nifhino you do, not6DdlttobebetterthaD w

notified that the County will not The tax collector filed his report of Will refund your laoney.Scad .&n1 Remember the time and place Anthony Fla. Thursday November 7 1907
I* responsible for any damage causedto poll taxes and licenses as follows: today for complete ffluetrmtaa eataJoc..tvb aaJcfisr. ,
also foe our p
teams or any one in crossing said Extra polls, $36; licenses, $19.25. full. detailed information
bridge, which resolution was adopted The county treasurer filed his report Co.
by the Board.Commissioner. showing the receipts, disburse Anderson Hardware
Pyles suggested tc ments, including balances on hand o1 WwbDaaee Depository De atvr St.,Coz.Moon E. L HOWELL.

the Board that the County might save last report, as follows: Atlanta, Ga. Y

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'W'the From' Editor a copy Ocala of the Banner Alabama: Citizen m[ [.( mm{ [ BY B l LA 41U mmm f T 1 [ ':,

received today, I learn that coun ,!

ty after county in Alabama is holding Keating

an election on the prohibition ques I Professor W.V.. Jermain in Los with pride in his government and restore i\ IThos. : ;

tion. Under the provisions of the Angeles Express, says: Roosevelt, Arizona his faith in the possibility of se- '!

new local option law passed at the is a city of 2000 people. It has curing honest public service under j

last session: of too legislature, the water 'works, electric lights a tele- our institutions. When the Roosevelt

counties vote as a unit, just as they I phone exchange stores in variety, dam was projected it was found that a &

do in Florida. schools, churches, and all the other from 210,000 to 250.000 barrels of cement i Company

On July 1 there were but twenty I accessories that go with a well-order would be required, and bids '

counties in the state entirely free ed and pleasant community.Yet were asked for the same. The lowest 'I

from saloons. Today thirty-two are Roosevelt is doomed to destruc- received offered to furnish the cement i i ) Successors to Strauss & Co.
lined up on the dry side. tion. I, at the nearest railway station, forty- !: ) i
In fact, it was built to be destroyed three miles 'II
Four counties voted during the I away, $9 a barrel. : :} -
and the fate that awaits it will The --
month of September, with the follow government rejected this bid i iI

ing result: Butler county cast 491 overtake it within three years. and despite the unanimous testimony I i:

votes for the sale of liquor and 71G Lying in the valley of tbe Salt riv- of all private owners of public utilities -i' \WHOLESALE lIOUOR DEALERS }

against the sale, giving a majority of er, 78 miles northeast of Phoenix, that government ownership is a'I I

222. The only saloon town in the Ariz., in a heretofore almost Inaccessible failure built a cement mill of its own | s---

i spot in the Apache mountains on the hillside
above the town of
for I i---
coqn!;: ave a majority prohibition ,
/ I I twenty-five years a favorite haunt of Roosevelt, there being plenty of good I II b
Pkken- county gave 157 votes for i iG roLir:.o and his band Roosevelt is limestone near by. The mill cost I j .r Ocala Florida

the vHtand lOGO for the drys, a ma- +'j" today the scene of one of the many'magnificent $218,2S0.57, and at the last available I ,

/ feats. of the United: States report was turning out cement at a'!'
jority for the drys of 903 out of 1217 : i tr
votes oast.Tal'jKfea! i reclamation service. total expense of $1.32 per barrel, with |i .
i' Just below the town there is a rising the promise of still further cheapen- i ", RYE WHISKEY. : CASE WHISKEY. iY
!: : county cast 1273 votes, of Per Gallon. SPECIAL FOUR :;

whir: fly 235:; ware cast for liquor, curve of masonry, to be 270 feet ing when tbe mill is run to its full i' Star Rye . . . .$1.50 \ Per Qt. Bottle. Y
i high and to bisect the gorge between capacity. Cement of the same Red Rock Rye . . . j :
while the no liquor vote was 1035. Every : grade i' Keystone . . . . 1.73jQUARTOfFERBelle: Isle .. . . .. .$ .75 .
i rt-dnct in the county went dry. I the mountains through which the Salt is selling at private mills in various '3 Belle Isle; . . . . ....01 -I King ot Kentucky t. ., ... .,. 75 _
! Them \re nine saloons at Tallade- t'river plows its course. patts of the United States: at $2 to : g Log Cabin .: . . .. . 3.001, FOR $?,9' >I Uncle Joe .. .. . .. .. .. 1.00
: This is to be one of the world's $2.10 a barrel. Heating's Pride .. .. .. . 3.00 Strauss Royal Reserve . .. 1.00
i I i
ga fr' at Sylacauga and one dispensary Monogram .. . ... :3.50 Old Maryland Rye .. . .. ... 1.00
at: Ohildershurg.Tusi.i'.oosa :great dams, against which the turbu- 7: :le savings made by the construe- ;, Uncle: Joe . .. ,. . 3.50 We will send, express Old Harvest Corn .. .. 1.00
lent stream will beat itself to still- tioa of this mill amounts to enough to : Pilgrimage . . .. .. .4.00 prepaid 4 full quarts f Pilgrimage\ ... . ., . .. ., 1.25:
: county: voted SeptemberS # Fern Hill . .. .. . .. 5.00Strauss'
I :: Cascade . .. ... ... ... 1.25
ness, and create the largest artificial pay for building the Roosevelt dam, 78 . .. . . 5.00 STRAUSS I X L '
: < alll 1 by! a"ote of about two to one II I White Oak. . .. .. . 1.25
"exterminated" the one dispensary in j,'lake in the world. and tae mill, too. j i J CORN WHISKEY. I -- --- -- ---- Fern Hill.Strauss' .. .. . .. .. ... 1.50

It is tbe premeditated fate of the But in order to bring the project to J Tennessee Corn . . . ,$1.50 FOR $3.50 I. 7s. .. . .. . 1.50
the el'm'Y. North Carolina Corn .. . 1.75 i Old Oscar Pepper (not in bond). 1.50
Tht- following counties vote this 'city of Roosevelt to find its eternal I fruition in its entirety it was necessary j Statesville Corn .. .. . 2.00 I{I We will send express I[ Planters' . .. ... ... ... .. 1.50
; resting place at the bottom of this to build many other things besides Mountain Corn . .. . :!.5 0 [;, prepaid 4 full quarts of.Black and White Scotch.. .. 2.00
mont! : LownJes, Lee, Calhoun. \Vil- 1 1i Old Harvest Corn . . . 3.00 !tilt. Vernon .. .. ... ... .. L75
cox. Ei-Hock! Jefferson and Eeowa.Tt :I lake under Sow feet of water. i the cement mill. The dam site, GIN. I'ISTSAUSS ROYAL
Cut its brief life will not have been i it must be remembered GIN.
*- ;imiications} are that all will go I. was at an !: Swan Gin . .. ... .. . ,$1.501! RESERVE !
by big majorities. i without glory, the glory which is the i itolatted! spot among the mountains.'l'bis j! Tom Gin . . .. .. 1.751 i I Per Q t. Bottle. -

dry W. T. GARY. ( reward of sublime achievement, for meant roads, and good ones, over I Holland Gin; . .. ... .. . ;.ooiFOR! $3 50 I London Dock Gin .. . .. .$ .75
o Crown Gin .. ... ... .. .: Tom Gin .. .,. ., ... ,.. .. 1.00
: in one important the Roosevelt which to bring in the
OcalV I aspect supplies, machinery Perfection Gin . .. .. .. 3.00
Fla., October 11, 1907. We will send* 4 full Holland Gin .. ... . ... 1.00 f"
/:: ; dam will stand by itself among all I and equipment, and such toysas I RUM. qts.:! Phosphate- Gin .. ... .. 1.50XewEnglandRum. .I

Grower i'the giant deeds of engineering of the the gates for the outlet tunnel of 1 ., .. .$!.50 OLDHARVEST 'jBooth Tom Gin. . .. . 1.50
e Where the Florida Orange ,I . .
LosesIn world. The Assouan dam on the Nile the lake, weighing 800,000 pounds. Jamaica Rum BRANDY.. .. 3.01 CORN I MALT WHISKEY.

in Egypt, has heretofore been regarded One road, 62 miles long, was built to I I Per Qt. Bottle.
a letter to the Xew York Packer, Blackberry Brandy. . . .$1.50 The best :goods to be ''Duffy's Pure Malt .. .. .. ..$1.00
Wm. H. Earle of Tangerine, Fla., as the greatest irrigation projectever Mesa Another to Globe, 42 miles. 0 ',t.Apple Brandy .. .. . ..3.00 had for the money Bowman's . . . ...1.00
carried to a successful end. Yet I And still another, 22 miles to the I ., Peach Brandy . . . 3.00 I
says: California Cognac .. . .. 3.00 I SWEET GOODS.
"I de>ire to call attention to some the Assouan dam, costing $29OOrtwO I sawmill All of which, with about 3n i FOR 56.00 Per Gal. ;
does not store one-third of the water miles of miscellaneous I __ WINE. '|Peach and Honey "a" grade .$,.50
very innortant: facts as to orange boxes. roads, cost i Catawaba Wine ... . .JL50 w.Ill send express i! Peach and Honey "aa" grade ..01
the Roosevelt dam will store, and the 535!!,00o. ,i' Port Wine . . . . 1.50 prepaid 4 full quarts of Rock and Rye "a" grade .. ... 1.50 '
: Roosevelt dam will cost less than $3- Then Blackberry Wine .. .. . 1.50 Rock and Rye "aa" grade .. 2.00 .
"It is very strange that we should there was the telephone line )Ito Sherry Wine . .. . 1.50 STRAUSS FAMOUS Orange Brandy . . .. 3.00 .J T .
have Ill!' so long overlooked the dif- 000,000. x'noenix, costing $48.000, and the I Imported Port Wine . .. 4.00 Banana Brandy . . . 3.00
ferenpf in size of the California and Furthermore, the Roosevelt dam steam power plant, which added $']>.- '7 Imported..Sherry. Wine . . 4.00 76" RYE f Apncot Brandy_' . . 3.00 S
( will take 272,000! acres of the most I! )
Florida orange boxes. I have a letter ooO to the outlay, and the power ca- ,

from the secretary of the California'; desolate. God-forsaken expanse the nal, 20 miles long, cost $;!,u'!,-'ijo.! ,I!

Hnrtic'i'i'tural'! Society giving tbe leSl eye of man ever beheld and, by the I), These, with the sawmill, the refriger- j
magic touch of water, cause it instantly i! Thos0 Go.
l .:;'.' of the California orange box. j ating plant, the water works, the electric -
"A reliable! Florida orange packer, to he worth $68,000,000 in the \ light plant and machine shop tbe ;

writes me that a box of Florida or- ;, open market. J I rock crushing plant, the various ':

,t angt'r. size. will fill a California; To bring the landless man to the buildings. etc., make a grand total already -! Ocala FIorda

box an letve besides 26 oranges. In :\ manless land has been, and is, one of' expended of several millions ,

other \\ <>rrls, every six boxes of Flor- | the crowning ambitions of President :: and the cost of the project complete!' j :) C

ida oru:J ej will make seven boxes if Roosevelt. Here the landless man i will probably be not far from $5.t"""i.- i!

packed iii the California size box a I will not only be provided for but !' 00'). 'j mA WUW VV AA A A J'\.AAAA AI\AAJ.

loss H ;ho Florida grower of one box: there will also be homes and happiness Still, the expenditure will be in>i ignincant .- -

of fnii- in every six in competition'!; and comfort and plenty for his when compared with the magnificent -

wife and children. The paltry results be attained. The Jerry Burnett !
1 with {'l: fornia growers. To illustrate yearnings : to j| r

: If a box of California and Flori- '| : and the petty machinations of lake which' will be 25 miles long. will\ j I I 1 1A

}.i trim sells at the same price in the I self-seeking politicians shrink to their furnish water to irrigate all the arid: Merchant !

northern markets 1"6 size, for 53.50. true proportions in the face of works ; lands roundabout Phoenix and place i
I Ial
the buyer gets 5" cents more fruit if like the Roosevelt dam. And you can that city in the midst of one of the !i T ]

he ta; "" a Florida box than if he '':; prove it by the 50.000 people who are ;, chosen spots of the, earth. orlng.i

take, a California box. Add to this :![ to find ample sustenance and permanent ': More than that, near Mesa and !i I I

the acknowledged! superior quality of abiding place upon these acres ,[ Temple, between Roosevelt and Phoe-I i Ocala[ Florida. I

FloritH fruit and these facts should now covered with sprawling cactus nix. the underground water comes so Finest !mp"reu ..n-i
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stimulate the increased sale of our,., and bitter, dusty sagebrush. I i near the surface that it can be pumped Domestic Cloths. ,

traitsWould." I I Ij j Also there is a little story connect-| and the Roosevelt dam will furnish :
l'Utli; :: :, ''ppciaJty
i! ed with the construction of the Roosevelt -o tbe rower TO pump the water &
I Fit (iit'rttl'Nr"lt. \
be a Favorite i j dam which will cause the breastof to reclaim! 4'>.0"n icres in that vicin- : 1EvENUi.O

If ./ Henry Gassaway Davis, atj i the patriotic American to swell j II I! ity. I Ii ,I I

the age of 84, is young enough to run I ._ ==-: r=.=:.=:=.=-= :.-. .:-.::=...:. .-- .---- _. ---,- -- -._--- -- i I

for governor of West Virginia we I II I, The Nasty Noxious Fly. ;: i ing !acp.- If t>--.9 are removed: covefd. BRICKI .J. is the Best
know what's the matter withj, .
don't i
We have printed articles showing'Ii or treare"vita sufficient disinfectants i I
running forgovernor r 0
L'1 ex-Uo\ ruor Cloxbam : --- -- -- -- t
k i there wbe;\ no flies. Of All
t of Florida at the youthful i the desirability of getting rid of flies. of s
disinfectants cmle petroleum was j Sample and Price on request.
:-!.Orsla Basper. Come to | Probably no insect, except the mos- i I
11 age o: i found to be one of the best. j II : ,
-. :.>-"' lSw: **?.fs th' | PEERLESS BRICK CO.I
I' thai'; it. quito, does more to cause Possibly the increase of automobile
j : There are m'my mail order whiskies on the market Some

matter .-ither excei-t that it wouldbe ',than the common house fly There- ;I traction will solve the problem, at I MACON, GEORGIA good-some otherwise. We are probably the only whiskey distillers

cruel to disturb the distinguished : fore it is well to impress upon you Ii i least. in towns. We have already excluded i c who make a specialty and a study of medicinal whiskies.

gentleman's "love's young dream"with 'the importance of doing everythingpossible pigs and are excluding cows, I I ., !,
fight. But i I I '
a miserable political ; to lessen the plague of flies. from populous centers. When the I II I Afro is the name we have given our high-grade corn or rye

then if he's willing to kick be so.Madison disturbed !i one of .our California exchanges '!]1 1It time I comes that we may exclude lIef VEU and ..gaIrtiA4fr } i whiskey made by the "Primitive Method" and especially recommended -

why. we've no 'prints an article on the subject and horses also we will have excluded and prescribed by physicians and specialists for invalids
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New Enterprise. It files well. '1'"'>-- ,; .. I
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( and convalescents.
I credits it to the Fresno Republican: as '::':::::''-::--:-_- -" --- '. iI
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extermination ,,, -
A few years ago the !'. .....:
Saloon ; g 'VY_ :
on the .. I
Coil-cr's Weekly '.. .
''of the mosquito gas a niilleniaT! The Prohibition Fight in Orange ;- 4t \ .;:
"Tht' saloon, as the center and inspiration dream. Now it is an accomplished Returns from all precincts show i :.-.?..:..!..'-.'. -- .....,. I Atro Rye or Corn is Express Prepaid

of bad. politics,and bad sin government has I fact, wherever it has been, thought that prohibition wins in Orange eoun-I! l FUNERALDIBhiCTORS. I I j on Southern Express Lines
disortkr poverty;
j while. As soon as men discoviered !
for extermination : ty. The vote in Orlando is conclusive -, I !
now brew, scheduled : that the mosquito is really dangerous :
and theorists evidence that the people of this : !
not by fanatics and not merely a nuisance i, .
. alone. hut by practical and clear-h adr they set about discovering means of city are not in favor of the open sa- i! ---- Four Full Quarts S3.40Shipment

\ ed workers along all lines of public extermination and they found them.If ''loon.S this question is left for the I i i; Haw H full! Vuek of Collins ( ':!I.kett + I
will! hardly cease before !! end Bnral; Outfit!! Sii-ial given t<> assorted like
who you
mosquitoes are now tolerated anywhere people to decide: and they have so i i .. I
It is known 1 !tUiriil rvlt't'
that evil institution as it is because tbe people of that decided, the matter should be dropped 0'I
laid to rest. : to OrdarAi
today. hall have been locality have not yet risen to make and we earnestly hope no contest will Embalming
for I This whiskey possesses a rare and delicate aroma and an
-Editorial in Collier'sVeekly : full use of modern knowledge and be made. The matter is settled and
;i I exquisite bouquet. It is rich in nourishment and tissue building
April n: 1907. further would only be ,
methods. argument a
f properties, and acceptable to weak and delicate stomachs.

Nature Next comes the plague of flies, : waste of time and money. We have a ,r;.., .' "'.... 91A..... }'
Human 'which has infested mankind ever city primary tomorrow and after }: tl ijfit s# I jii. i!t.; ,
(;itKKl morning parson As I was since Moses spread it over Egypt and I that, let every citizen drop politics ... I "Ask the Revenue Officer"Every

roo.l; morning, deacon.I saw a fight doubtless for uncounted ages before. and go to work to build a Greater Or- 1;! d: 1 NTES 1f:1: !
coming along just now !
of deep; and lando. Questions that are decided b [ '.i yo
bet'\'t't' brindle bulldog and a mas- Onini-present. destroyers > .,;.; uUARAl'J1 Eo .
11 a polluters of food symbols of filth and ballot should be dead until next elec- ''1 shipment guaranteed to please and satisfy at money I
"tttIHI.. my word, i s13iest ho' No:) rncei
upon standing : messengers of disease flies are the tion dry I and while some people !live i darning if you buy ;!jIt refunded promptly.

more around than How fifty can men people were take an inJ'ter. last affliction of barbarism which civ- on politics the most of us have other i: :;nIpratP: W4 !! !

;iilization has not escaped, and all our business that requires our attention. : -
t in such things tSIErfj i
:| weapons against them-oriental pun- The wet and dry campaign just past [: ,I
dawg tit1f
f- "I dunno, parson. Which Ai! ': > popuiar
1 won!" i jkas and western screens and fly paper passed was one of the cleanest on re \f 7.It ,,!,.. rOil.. )';S. ,:':::1 I I.. fiR.
| are all concessions of defeat. cord. You can hear of irregularitiesin '. :'f'I.ot'on U1 gun 'r. 'FII u I,
f !: :lt W IP.ti k" ,
t We no longer build stockades about every election, caused by ignoranceof I ; i:1.:poxes'-': .ixpairs I
j ,
There is a lively demand for vegetable i 'r" I Me Rose Co.
lands in Dade county, and more Jour i towns to keep out otter wild the election laws. but we wish to : FOR LADIE:.: Egyptian Cotton: SIX .

are being sold now than usually at i beasts" and if we must fortify against publish to the world that of all the i! pairs fl'rtJuJ for 4fmr.i'.OO.1 ZHsraiua t.cer. ''....) I .. :
flies not yet con- in the of # ''''.10 I
have ; flies! it is because are campaigns history people
this seaswi of the year. There i i
Orange county have just passed Jacksonville Fla.
I qUt-'red. ,
been nia-i? sale of impprovej properties
Le Matin, of Paris, perceiving through a wet and dry election thatis I
mad during the summer months. : I
i these things had offered a prize for a credit and honor to their citizen- Sold by M. F1SHEL i
Real estate is usually: dull during I Atlanta, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn.
'the best method of getting rid of flies. ship. Let the result remain as it ;
summer time, but this year has beenan ,
ruule.- The author of an essay, "Delenda stands and forget it in the rush for ....
exception to the general
East Coast Homeseeker. I Musca: ," mates it plain that nothing new business. new enterprises new ; For Chapped Skin. = .

is will be efficacious except to destroyor factories and one uundivided effort to I Chapped skin, whether on tbe hands
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v Will Senator Broome attend the disinfect the breeding places of thepests. build up the city of Orlando and the ; or face may be cured in one night by Order from nearest point.
Chamberlain's Salve. It is
t .Ocala I It is well known that the fly county of Orange.-Orlando ReporterStar. applying
"coming ou' convention i also unequalled for sore nipples
t Times.L'nion'i. : is born of filth. Almot exclusively, burns and scalds. For sale by all ,

Of I decaying dur.s b.>aps are his breed- Rjs1 Saunders. druggists. m j
course he will. .. .
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Must Face a Serious Prop One step to mother and one step t.i
What is Going on in the Land cf the Producers

Grapefruit and OrangeAt cSltion-The Question: cf Prime meA -

DeLacd eggs are retailing for Importance is What's to I little babe waiting the byway "f

Be Dre? 1! glee!
:;c. a dozen. i
turpentine at i One to mother, with !taxis
Truck growers at Minis are 00:0- The stock cf :spirits step
plaining now of too much rain. Savannah continues to increase. It is I the air

} Lockhart farmers are putting in a now 31J'S9 casks against 11.S24! casks I And a "Baby be earvf.". ar..1 "Bai':

strawberries. !ast year an excess over 1906 of !S265 ,-t take a.re.-' iMIU'C
good acreage
stock is the i One mother-..iW.ih' cvi l@B 'i
W. F. Mundee of tbe Seaboard AirLine I casks. The present step to i i A

: estimates the citrus crop at 3,., greatest in nany years at the present On his rocuzd: bare h-t..- .nd :: '

I 000i/0 boxes. : time, perhaps the greatest on record ,I bare pin*. toes. 9Ifl

It is reported that oranges are be-! for this date. !

: ing shipped from Arcadia at the rate j jot Dropped Then Rallied I' One step :.1 -- thr. 3.u,: :.:..- ;s : .:,

The market was decidedly weak in
a coad! per day. I; way

Fniin..i-growers are about through the forepart of the week and dropped I The bay: :# ".*::.-sin: : -o W..i- : -- t, d.i \universal testimony Red Rock

planting :N-.r: tomatoes. A good acr?- from 52:! to i 50 3...; cent Then there ;! One step to z:,,:_& an!: :, :iK fro

r age has Len p':anted. ('! was a rally and an adn.nl'e.3.i: nz; As I swing: :: hn, nigh aui I s.v._ hirlow. : Fruit Punch has been awarded

Strawberry' planting at Starke is1 j, the market to 51 1-2::! cent en :i> ; distinctiveness and ,

finished and the plants are said to be r: 1 Saturday noon's call. The !"e-ci-iPt--1! One step to z::.:-:l>;.r. across :;:e. rx>m.A I the palm of unqualified superiority. It assures accordance t
should be prepared in
in very g)od con ::ion. ; were light again, heping to iDp"e lily of :Le: '.:;; a winc- --;-ayed success to all social functions, and

At Ca.-o-a citr. f:-..:t i? coloring (; ;he s"iation toward the co<- T:> jloon! ;J i with the following:

very r..1 ..I.' and gec''* f-r? wil.: soon be idnediate fuT:e rr.ns; : ei cr::.a"- ; I FORMULA

senorang-.- an.l: grapefm-. ..--I IVhavr: :.-.:..:'jl bLoyani.u''i *.";: !' f1step I -0 rr.':.-.--.th. .io not: sip.: (Quantity Sufficient> for Twenty-Five Guests)
F.L, .:-:-.. s. > .,;.<". oggp :?:.'- -:: : exist a: '::'.-- .- -:i3Cn cf2r "_.-1 \)r s-ni, } tie :=:."-.-- ::i.._t7e"i- basyt : S ORANGES 6 LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE

CUk- .:'.. ''.lEaiO: "'.* .l: r Jli '. .aC r1._.j" ."> :? dt-sTujr-'i L> -.-.- surp1.;> :!i ::,_,t t 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE
Cit;: .. .-: .-.-: in lir... .' : ., ..lltd -, a*, 1'r: "-'=- I!, 01 .->:> to actii-r-L:VV one. row 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES

... :I: --. :rr-oas !holdingo; : n.-- prie....: I '
U- n--n, Or : ': c.y ill <, twn: fine with
and lemons pineapple cover sugar,
Crush chop
Lar. i... ,<.l"'fO : < :-,5ofort-. .- ?::'..r.czed: in Lanes: ;; with the hope Com-, :.":,- fellow: -::e Ij5-i;; ('n will do! oranges ,

tho-" -. : quite;:- .-. ..l:rras: tit- -'-- : ?-Uin-:: .* ?o=e f--L.rt- *,:::- on a I I i Ore. st-p to sother-arc: over an.' .t low to stand for 3 hours, press out the juice and add to this juice the _

has; b,:..: ;; of I of cracked ice. Just before serving add
n and
nrtcaa of cherries
ced::..: : ::,,; >-tcr I 0 Ei !. pint plenty :

L .'-. K r-crii, < >: .jranje City r.L V : ..i'c. i A s-nbeam::: 'fcaT *,-.:3"-s: .:-::"')ss th? ... '" the four quarts of Red Rock.

hat .-. .' .-force cf ::.-:1 :In his ;r r.. Teat Speculative Stuff f I flocr, c
pic.-.".. 'ind pack.- g-2;>efrn.J.t. H-:: Those '. "o r.I". casks art n" I j jII .. r-
..--r.:",",,___ ... ... ;r_ ."".. ...,.... __ .... "
bars*. ;, -od crop. expected : ; a!:.. me: now to find !II OnTAp: to nvj'her.:: a hand :n her:I A. SRO dN <& BRO.. Wholesale Distributors, Ocala, Fla.

S:.--r Senator J. E riphri-s. (..fI way on ::- :r-ark-n until next spring. I: nan: : j -----. ._-'--, ._- -

BT&-L-UH. says \z&- Manateer..' i 4 There S-t-:::s ::. t-e little prospect of I; All is so fair :n the ba.-yhond; :and: -- -

;' ty tr.:= eras on is or,Ling to have a. fineorsr.r such JTT; -, -, -IT-:.: :- values this winter .. Leamxg 'o wander ar.: : '.-,amto- I President Roosevelt's Opinion of the -- ,

i thatd: rsabl: :* the holders to i I
I .
walk ,
: crop.Si1" preparing. -.;."."- get ou: vh a ;;':ho"-:? skin. To carry I : a"er and Ieamz totalk. ;, Saloon : ; i....4 f f'
I" *! "growerare ., Learning to < The friends'of the saloon keepers SfJid : Niurii t LANUOcfltaHa: I I{I ..
: : adds enormousto JY ,
itch r.-4.-fn--ly
land : r :ttuee an : c-l-ry. an .:> stu: :; I ienoacce tiwir opponents for nr"ltng : j I

: acrea..- will be ttt: :.arrest in: the:: h.tory .=' .- its -:. -nJ :t :s not unlikely I One step to mother-%:t 2 rarlt: and .: tbe: saloon:: ; :Business like any .
that drives
; I You there words on nearly e.-ery wagcn;: : by your j jdgor.
: "naan f :-: ..E. l*- madto turn: Kenand I' see
: "he industry ;, r1l.?. (r.faer Tic Lest answer to tins is di.i: : and Harness. I IThere
the could be said of Carriages, Buggies
and same
I Ko t-'inges: have been: snipped: rrurr:: ::00wh: : :a: .;-trig consumptive i A bud on the bough an'I a b.ri .:in ttcwing. : :he: business, : is nor llee any oth"- 'i--<". : When i
for tnis--and there is-a good one ]
must be reason Vj
i. 7 Wa-(.r. .a th.$ St. j, and it 7\ ::. : s-s :: The effect on valuesa I' ]mesa, and t"r.r: "fit: actions of the sa- : ; ,
business with, the peop'e'! of this vicinity we d cldefY'3
pnw't"O: n -:-;,;" :.-lore any: L f : tha: lire: can harily be considereda \ 'ooa keeper* themse.vts conclusively] "gar doing: J.
Latter of conjecttire. At the lowest ) ., i. nandie; oily a line cf goods that would need no apology. The result
the i..sg fuse c-rn. : ; One step to rnvci-r -- .i uc.- : --p to ;prcve this;:: *o be tie ase. 1: tends : : i,
estimate the additional cost of the I ts aprarer.t: already. We reasoned that ws could net afford to handle
CTLDuyyers j.re q-ite numerousin :: I
I Ele.Love: to produce orn.cai'y: : in the popuia.02 -
J" ::::.r Pariah sect.: a!.3 :several, Oft tanked spirit from now until the new I}i O keeps' his: feet .n *.-''_. p :...waj of a: gar;t' o:d law-breaking among !. : toe Shears, Sawbuck & Co.' or mail order house quality of goods, i
and the springs demand comes \: as we must da business with' our neighbors and net with customers a _
the larstr-t have been sold.I Ij crop .
crops glee: : '' -niseives. When \
: salounit' -
.. I 't :: : ptrs ,
be added thousand miles distant .Our lines have been carefully sslested. Our tr
will be four cents a gallon to
:, Some of the packing houses are open Ever the road be :t :snort: be it long. :.l e liquor uen are allowed to do as i iL ;,:

l" and ready for business. to the first cost and expenses up to A velvet-sweet byway of laugiter! : and ; : ec. w;:,!: they are sire to debauch. '! j,i
t' ,', Grapefruit is showing considerable October. WijlTE HICKORY PARS AND TUSPEHTINE
song! not only :iy body social: but the body i
:. _. color on groves about DeLand but French Excess Also : i
"other :butterfly boy.
-a ,
lOne step tobloom ;>0::::c also. I SA8CHSars v
: Advices from France are to the effect # ?.,
the oranges and tangerines are yet '
From unto bloom: on the rose- i !

: green. After the first real cool spell that the French consumptive de- wings of joy. Baltimore Sun. I Io 1 It is rumored that Capt. W. B. Den-,i I built and said on honor. We carry a full line cf
mand has been this thai I
i comes the tangerines will begin to poorer year I!
ham. a: presen manager of tfie Tam-i! t j t

i color rapidly. usual just as elsewhere. Prohibition Was Effective in Amen pa Northern will be made general i E/ERYTHWU( eel VEHICLES ;AMD ACCESSORIESWs !
J The packing houses at Largo are French producers are understood to
z cus, Ga. manager of tbe A. B. & A. railway
busy getting things in shape for the have stubbornly declined to accept have HARNESS for the Florida mule as well as for the 51COO '
'S t Pine. Flan Oct. 7, 19<.t7. with headquarters in Atlanta Mr. !
orange crop which will be twothirdsthat the late prevailing prices.As driver. See us for anything in our lines and we assure you that we will
"" W. D. Ocala Fla Denham has just returned from a vis I
Mr. Cam :
t', of the average season. Last sea.I" a result the surplus which must strive to please ycu and "make good." Yours very truly,
itjo New York with the oficials of :
son 163.Cttboxes) of citrus fruits were eventually be exported is probably Dear -Enclosed you will find I

I shipped from Largo.: not less than. : ,ooo casks more than two letters from Americas, Ga.. from .the railwaCapt.: Deahaa's Florida I 0frieds. KNIGHT I ilt 3-ANG.
wile: they will regret to lose
Fred Roberson was: one of the first last year. i
parties I know well What they sayyou him trust that this rumor is not with I '
grapefruit shippers from Narcrosse This adds another disturbing factor .
rely 1 saw in the Ocala foundation. ,
can upon. out -" -
t < this $season sending out five boxes: of to the situation next year and accentuates {

( 46s and SOS, a desirable size, and the need for determined effortsto : Banner an article taken from the Savannah pH 0 N E No. i 3J2
News in which a statementwas Fifty Years a !Blacksmith.Samuel >
highly colored. They were consigned Unit: American production.Box
I made that when Americas was a R. Worley of IDbu..3.: ..,
i"e to a coanission: :: house in New York. Cutting Looms Up; has been shoeing horses far core

: .At Tu. ers, Lee county, sweet potatoes I It is only a atter of four weeks before dry town the city was unable to pay than fiTty years. He says: "Cta::}-

; the box cutting will open in Georgia ar the police and f.-e departments. beriazn's Pain Balm:: has given megreat : ; MAR
are of good size but not many i [ PURE fOOD 1 F1-J
i r under the time limitations set by Having friends there, I sent them the relief from lace back and rheu! i' I
to tte hill. Several are digging now. article and asked if it were true. 11 matism. Its tie best liniment I ever !'
i of the will not be law. While it will probably be De- "
but most crop dug used. For sale by all! dnggista. m },

{ > before Chri ,mass: as prices are predicted cember before operations looking to have known Mr. Barrow for forty I I __ _________ __ i STALLSC 1 & 3 CITY :.
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J the next begin actively and OB years. Your friend.L I
to remain tih on account of crop
the unusual dry summer.Eraaett an extensive scale. the next six weeks

B. Peter of Leesburg shipped will be a period of plA.nTiof consideration H. POWERS, M. D.

to Memphis last week one carloadof of the work to be done and Americas Ga.. Sept. 24 1&).. Beef Pork Mutton Lamb aid Veal.

the therefor. Mr. L W. Boring Pine. Fla..: ), )
selected Parson Brown oranges, the necessary PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
I My Dear Fri-end-I have been a police
The of the for the
last car of the season to leave that question prices

.7 section. The fruit while outwardly next crop of turpentine is. in a large 'Ii officer for seventeen years: was I Office Yonge Block. ARMOUR'S
here during tie four years of dry
green is said to have been fairly measure. in the hands of the producers. I OCALA. FLORIDAT.

,; sseet and palatable being earlier Fnfornmately past experience times. The debts were easier to collect Star" Ham and Breakfast Bacon Vienr

: than other varieties. has shown that there is hardly any and everybody was better off. E. BIGGS. :

t large body of IDa more difficult to Oar police court had much less cases
H E. Heitman has disposed of the Sausages Pigs' Feet &c.

crop of fruit on the McGregor grove I mdiice to adhere to a program and I than when whiskey was sold. In one ATTORNEY AT LAW. ,

'\ at Catoo&a to 5. P. Bruton and Edgar work as a unit than turpentine pro i| year while the town was dry the police

\ Blocnt the former purchasing the or- ducers. Yet it is going to. be "up to docket showed onlY' 125 cases of Law Library Boflding BUSH DINNER I ORDERS? 1UR SPECIALTY.

aar: and the latter the grapefruit them" to decide whether next year i; all kinds. but in one month after the OCALA FLORIDA

to see a probable further recession in whiskey came back the docket show- -- --- .
Th? crop is reported very good in this -- --V. '
values. and forty 'ed 121::: cases. The superior court had E. W. DAVIS.
perhaps a return to a Let us serve Remember
grol" 1 ,1. our'Phone number i; 132
cent base for spirits turpentine instead :twice as many cases while whiskey I II '"
r If the present good season continues : I I I
of fifty cents this year and fifty--lwas! sold as when it was dry. Tbe ATTORNEY AT LAW I
will have
truckers m Lee county i Pure Food Market{] Russell
t Hugo Prop.
the fiaest vegetable crops in years. I five last year.-Savannah XavaJ. taxes are row about oce-half higher ,
t Stores Review. than when it was dry. When it was Gary Bloch
the and -
Several trackers on coast islands I -,
t 85 hundred -! -'
will be snipping tomatoes by I dry the taxes were cents per OCALA. FLORIDAR.

the middle of October. A trucker on t Ocala's -rem;:rary Opera House dollars;; now it is $1.45. I was John B Stetson

: Captiva has stated that he will be Mr. J. W. Sylvester. former manager oa the police force before it went dry 0. FULLER.DENTIaT. University

". ready to ship tomatoes m a few days. I of the late Marion opera noose, and served during the time and have I Four Colleges and Five Technical Sc.ools'!

Things are still very Quiet with theorange I has leased the armory for this season served ever since. There has never I Over Monroe & Chambliss'V Basic J ). LAN). FLORIDA

shippers at Fort Myers. Thus I I and has had the same transformed been a time that the city did not have I OCALA FLORIDA Affiliated with the University of Chicago.

into a small house, which Till the money to pay. Th% negroes were I COLLEGE
far only a few thousand boxes of opera OF LIBERAL
U'OU-I J. =. CHACE, 3. :3. 5. ARTS-Tbe standards are those of the University
grapefruit have been shipped mostly be used temporarily until that much much better OS and m'uch less cf Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both

from the Washbura grove and the talked of play house shall have become -. ble than they are now. I DENTIST.Holder Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago: and Stetson catalogs. J

first carload came down on the Thos. a certainty.The Respectfully, |! COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this 1
,. College are admitted to practice
; A. Edison from Alva last Friday for new opera house was used for _W. C. BARROW. i i iI t Block. I ji law in Florida without examination.: ; '

E. J. Bkmnt. Last year at this date the first time Wednesday sight when i OCALA FLORIDA I COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTSflCha1ical -

15,000 boxes had been! shipped. This Mr. Edward Elliott so delightfully entertained I 1 Americus. Ga... Sept 25, 199>;. : : Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses leading '

;: Is a pretty good sign of the short: crop a large audience for over 1 Mr.: I. W. Boring, Pine Fla.: !. STRAYED-One black cow and I to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment.

In Lee county.-New York Produce! two hours with his splendid rendition, I Dear Sir-We were doing business I heifer. marked staple fork, under bit COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-B anlung in all its branches. Bookkeeping

> > News. I the famous "Lion and the Moose." ''in Americus when the city was dry I bit. by best methods. E.orthandald! -
1 in one ear, under square, upper Typewriting. Elective courses open in
The stage has been enlarged, wings and we had the most satisfactory bus- I other DepartEwatH.
other, branded "B. Has been Large Faculty
.i I e : and commodious
: | Tile Ate in Whica We Live have been added and dressing rooms ,mess we ever had. During the time :nwith athree PREPARATORY building
i cattle years. ACADEMY-Graduates
prepared to enter Harvard
Comforts and luxuries which a hundred built. While the accommodations collected old acroun.ts.e neveri i
are we iOwner
Yale Princeton
: Cornell
:' can have same by paying for Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges.
t :: years were beyond the reach i told
ago not very large everything is clean expected to collect. The parties NORMAL
1 this advertisement and other
I :: cl the most wealthy, are BOW availa !:I and neat, and presents .1! how much better they had been doling expen i Kindergarten in its own build-
quite an attractive us : ins. 2. Pr
", :
ses. C. M1 l1iV' Anthony, Fla. 4tw mary Grammar: School in school
. Die for the of the An separate building. These tespec
, use even poor. I appearance. The walls have since the town went dry. They.' iaijy
'I ses. C. MIT.Y.TGAN.9154tw prepare Public School teachers.
: lime dyes give to fabrics used for been kalsomined in tan with a pretty. '! had quit drinking and were thus enabled I MUSIC
Anthony Fla.
clothing of decoration colors beside i I I : 510,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos, separate .
bordering of paper and this in itself'ts to pay all their debts. : lui l&ag, "
i large faculty,
I thorough
I courses of '
which those of the rainbow 'It study. 1
are pale
wonderful !
a improvement. was:
I' J j Mareaa's tiTer Pills ART SCHOOL-Kew
Fer Sals,-Dr. Sfcidio. Costly casts models
neutral tints. etc.
Sanitary science arrests ,
hard to realize on Wednesday night: By T. T. Gatewood.
I !TOrite from Dr. Marean's private forasls :! Stetson ha. a faculty Cf 48 professors
the and degrees
instructors. hold -
massacre of the innocents. that we were in the old I They
: :, armory. .1 ; have teen 'ested tar twenty- from:: the t'Il vemty cf Chicago
and increases Harvard
the Columbia
Yale ,
average duration of The drop curtain and the scenery Hard Times in Kansas. I Dartmouth
buman life Anesthetics and antiseptics : did not arrive in time for the Wednesday .I t j The old days of grasshoppers and .five years; purely vegetable., Sent Toronto, Wake Forest> Louisville, Bowdoin, Utrecht, Bucknell., University
the .postpaid en receipt of price. 25 eta. a. ., Mic higan, Dennison and other L"n
take away from suurgery its pain night entertainment, but they will]l ; drouth are almost forgotten in t \ersities. There are over $300,000.00 in
and its ri1.-Wm. I!prosperous Kansas of today: although ter Address, .f a''3 and ; nearly a
North Rice. : equjpnfcnt Quarter million dollar endowment; an
arrive shortly before tb.
i ia citizen of Code, Earl Stamborg: Endowed
Mrs Beatrice Marean :; library d over 13' volumes
next performance. has sot yet forgotten a hard tine: he I ; a Dutiful cbapel with costly fur-
Mare tJan Enough is Too Much 1 Mr. Sylvester is TO be congratulated I ercodtered. He says "I was worn itt Belncni St. c hi.g!. 1n.clI1rlk.g stained glass windows, 7 oil paintings a $10,000.00 pipe
To maintain health .,. Pensaecla, Fla. organ; ; a r ymnasiuri with
nature manor on his enterprise in securing au I :.ost and discoir 3 by coughingniht !i complete apparatus; an enclosed athletic*Field
': woman needs just enough food to and day, and could find no relief ,, : I w::: ng track, tennis courts baseball \dfflr
'Y repair the waste and opera house for Ocala.A diamond and gridiron besides
supply energy ; till I tried Dr. King's New Dis- STYLISH TURNOUT FOR SALE. I n2ing. golf. rowing and other
': and body teat.: The habitual consumption ''covery. It trek less than one bottle : sports; separate buildings for men and w znen;
'. of more foe than is necessary Criminal Attach ten large laboratories for Chemistry Physics and
I Bacteriology
\; to completely cure :=le. Tie safeest Mineralogy
Horse harness and for sale
for these is the : Furry B1vlJa' several
; large
purposes prune en an inoffensive citizen is frequentlymade museums
and most reliable cxcgh aa3: cold I and shops electric bells
; electric ,
: ,
cause of stosueh troubles rheumatism cheap, for cash and in that useless little steam heat
apparently and teig and throat healer everdiscovered. I "EIEllt: walks,
-- and disorders cf the kidneys. If tube called the "ap i>Ildix." It's generally -I rore is seven years old, large, gentle, roads, broad avenues, spacious campus,
Guaranteed ty Tydingsi thnbcer and
troubled indigestion, revise souzd: and a good traveler In either trees; social, literary, musical and
yourdiet the result cf protracted constipation -i & Co-'s dreg store SOc and LOO. Trial : other students' clubs; star
let reason and not appetite "con following liver torpor. Dr. i bottle free rx !harness: or saddle grits. A good lecture courses: ; Christiau and not sectarian teaching The location is beant .
-. trol and take a few doses of Chaisberlalns ling's New Life Pills regulate tbe !! chance for someoce to secure a good tiful and health! and the expenses are low. 1
Stomach and Liver Tablets and Mver. prevent appendicitis, and establish 1! family:: turnout Kcrte will work asywiere. -' For .
catalogs views \
r ;' you will soon be all right agan. For regular habits of the bowels. Red Sa Wders. I. Enquire of S. M. LimE at folders and Information, address the President

tale by all druggists n 1 2Sc. at Tydinss & C<).'s drug store. m I Red ;asn ers. Banner cmce. 10-ltl [LINCOLN HULLEY
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a ALL FLORIDA IS GOING DRY NOTICE r thereon on the 28th day of October.

A. D. 1901.Witness.

Of Application for Tax Deed Under my official signature and

f. \ _____ .: Section 8 of Chapter 488S Laws seal this the 23rd day of September
.. ) A. D. 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK.
of Florida
,.. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
/ ,,- ) Notice Is hereby given that A. S. J. 9-37. .
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( -.--.::...:----:-I.- '. ,/r" Wallace purchaser of tax certificateNo. -
\ -'-:-. """'-- 589, dated too 5th day of June, NOTICE OF ELECTION
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A. D.
1905 has filed
said certificate in For
: Creating
', a Special 1 Tax Road Dis-
r---. /' ',' my office, and has made application trict at Cootton Plant

'I, ,, ----- ""' / hj; for tai deed to issue in accordance Notice is hereby given that an elec-
II' ,r/ : -__ tion is called and will be
I I if 1';' --";: -, with law. Said certificate embracesthe held at Cot.
-- ton Plant, Florida
at the usual voting
following described property situ- place, during the hours from 8
ated in Marion county, Florida towit: o'clock a. m., to sundown of

'J \ Southwest quarter of northeast quarter -. Monday, December 4th, A. D. 1907
II}}j jt1 apd southeast quarter of north-I I tax for the purpose of creating a special ,]<
road district
to be known as the
west quarter section 33, township 15, Cotton Plant special tax road district. 1
south, range 21, east-SO acres. The The boundaries of the said road dis ::

=- = said land being assessed at the date trict to be as follows: !
(, L
/t1 I [
I of the issuance of such certificate in Commencing at the southeast cor \ '
ner of section 4, township 16, south of
:;< name of Dan Nelson. Unless I"
I range 20, east, thence running north
certificate shall be redeemed according to the southeast corner of section 4. }

Z1 !( Ir 5 to law, tax deed will issue thereon township 15, south of range 20, east, i t

J ili on the 12th day of November, A. thence west to the southwest corner I
; D. 1 a))7. of section 2, township 15, range 19,
)' :$ E thence south to the southwest corner t
j ? ( I II Witness
my official signature and of section 2, township 16, south of
,I O (' seal this the 7th day of October, A. range 19, east thence east to point *?

\ \ D. 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK of beginning which territory com-
l prises sections 4, 5 and 6 of
); Clerk Circuit
/ Court, Marion Co.. Fla. 16, south of range 20, east, and sec-
10-11-w By H. B. FOY, Jr., D. C. tions 1 and 2 of township Ifi. smith nt

range 19. east, and sections 7, S, 9, 16. ,
NOTICEOf Ii, 18, 19, 20, 21. 28 29. 30 31. 32 and I
33 of township 15. south of range 20,

Application for Tax Deed Under east and sections 11, 12, 13. 14, 23, 24.
Section S of Chapter 4SSS, Laws 25. 26, 35: and 36 of township 15, south t
of Florida of range 19, east, to be known as the

Notice is hereby given that J. W. Cotton Plant special tax road district p
)Morrison purchaser of tax certificate and to elect three road trustees to ]
No. 1946 dated the 7th day of Au- vote on the millage to be assessed
gust, A. D. 1899, and No. 565, dated and collected for the next two years.
June 5, 1905, has filed said certificates 10-4. JOHN L. EDWARDS
in my office and has made applica Chm. Board County Commissioners.
tion for tax deed to issue in accord-
ance with law. Said certificates embrace NOTICE
the following described property *

situated in Marion county, Florida, Of Application for Leave to Sell Iinors' -
to-wit: East half of southwest quarterof
southwest quarter of section 4, Notice is hereby given that on the

1 township 16, range 21, and north half ISth day of November, A. D. 1907, I .

V of northeast quarter of southwest will apply to Honorable J. H. Bell

quarter of section 6, township 15, f
/ county judge in and for Marion county -
-- rangs 21. state of Florida at his office in

The said lands being assessed at Ocala in said county, for an order au-
date of too issuance of such certificates -
thorizing me, as guardian of the
in the name of Tony Fernan- minor
dez and Henry Reynolds. Unless heirs of the estate of Annie Irene i'

r1,1.tt.. ;, I I Ii said certificates shall be redeemed ac- Cam deceased, to sell at private sale i_
i i'lralj 1 II I i I cording to law tax deed will issuepfflHAHiCOHDJTIOH the following property belonging to

., i said estate, to-wit: Commencing at a -

DTntONlYKNOWK point 10 chains north of the center of
"Step There--It's ;,
Lively Your
'" I the Alvarez grant, in township 15,
0 II I
From the Tallahassee south of range 22, east thence north
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-- -- h _____ ,I 5.25 chains, east 10.S0 chains, south j

An Organ of the Rum Trade Predicts On his return from Dade county, NOTICE II II I I j I' 15.25 chains west 10.80 chains to
the End of the I NOTICE. i
Open Saloon
Colonel Robert McNamee refused tog i CURE ,, point of beginning, containing 16.47
(Clippings from Bonfort's WUie and he out a forecast of the situation Of Application for Leave to Sell MInor I SALT-SICK ro. YOU aN 14 ii IIT 1 acres, more or less. ::
Spirit Circular. Lands [ in the Circuit Court of tie Fifth Ju- BYTRE fO'if'IN i
down there except to say that the battle Ii i | Said land belonging to the estate of
"There can be no question that thean'rag dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for OF MANY YEARS >* TO BE T"E
was a fierce one. The Tampa News i BEST KDiC'Nf OH lit j the said Annie Irene Cam
Notice is hereby given that on the,; Marion county-In Chancery. IH STOCK? Of ALL KINDS ;
saloon, as it has been conducted said that this famous fiCSiDRis APPETITE AND nuuit AKCMAKZS fill!!wutowomk to be sold for the
orator has best
met 7th of interest of the
day November
A. D.
1907, I : Henry L. Torian complainant, TllGIIMAN'S IS NOT A 000 BUT PURELY A STOCI nitICIHl !
I.. .1 I ire smaller places in the some of the ablest speakers" of Georgia will apply to Honorable Joseph BelL I 1 I vs. : (IVC IT A TRIAL AND SAVE VOID A.1IMMS said minor heirs.
1 South, and more especially the saloon county judge in and for Marion Ida B. Torian, defendant peter 25 CENTS< PAcr.\GE
.I and Florida, and so far his laurels coun- 'OB SALE:&'AU RETAIL AU GSTS! NANlfaCTUBM: 8V This the 16th day of October 1907.
f ty, state of Florida, at his office in Order for Constructive Service. 11
patronized by negroes, is not only out have not turned to willows. The T lO.lSw WILLIAM: D.
re- CARN.
of with Ocala, in said county, for an order authorizing It is ordered that the defendant CKIRH U 8: STET. } fJ
touch public sentiment, but turns from Dade ,
however will
show Guardian.
me as guardian of the mi-
herein /
I named to-wit Ida B. IIi
: Torian
Is an absolute menace to order and that he was given nothing but lemons 'nor heirs of the estate of Charles E. =
decency: Issue of April 10, 1907. down there. Ball, deceased, to sell at private sale be and she is hereby: required to ap- I.

"The saloon is a doomed institu- the following property belonging to' pear to the bill of complaint filed in | +M .... ..... I .
t. tion""The NOTICE said estate, to-wit: The southwest'' this cause on or before Monday, the I 4444444444$

quarter of northeast quarter of section 7th day ef October, 1907. *
saloon is under public con- 30, township 16 south, 24. i
demnation. Nobody seems to want it All persons are forbidden to trade east excepting a certain triangular range It is further ordered that a copy of f Adding New Accounts fI I
piece of land described this order be published once a week :
as beginning
in the neighborhood in which he lives, for any due bill given by me to W. L. ) *
at a post at southeast corner of the for four (4)) consecutive weeks in the I! :
and this is as true of men engaged in Smith until all claims on merchandise first described tract, thence north Ocala Banner, a

the wine and spirit trade as of anybody business of said Smith are settled. four hundred feet ((400 feet), thence' newspaper publish : We
ed in said e are constantly adding
else." JOHN PASTEUR west four hundred feet (400 feet), county and state. new ac- i I
thence in southeasterly direction to This fifth day of September. 1907. : ;
"The moral 10-llw. :
standard of the Stanton, Fla.NOTICE
saloon point of beginning, also all of the S. T. SISTRUNK, : counts and our business is increasing at : ''"
is eternally at war with the southeast quart r of the northeast
Clerk Circuit
Court, Marion .
moral standard of the average citizen. quarter section: 19, township 16, County
Florida.R. a very satisfactory rate. Possibly also f
ue saloon must be changed, and radically State and county taxes for 1907 will <=outh. range 2 t. east, lying on the : you \ i .
south side of tb' public road also the B. BULLOCK..
changed, or the saloon \\ill be be due on the 1st day of November be -
north half of the might glad to join
southeast quarter of 9.6w4 Complainant's Solicitor. us. <$ <$
voted out of existence by every com next, and tax books will be opened on the northeast quarter of section 30 ''I f

munl/fr/ save business and tenderloin that date for the payment of same. township 16, south, range 25, east. e i i

precincts in our larger cities." :E. L. CARNEY, Said land belonogmg to the estate of NOTICE I ; _.
the said Charles E. Ball, deceased, to .
"If the retail business continues as 10-1S-lmw. Tax Collector. be sold for the best interest of said -
at present we firmly believe that the minor heirs. In Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit i COMMERCIAL BANK ; : 1"OCJLA 1"-
NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor of Florida in and for Marion \
Anti-Saloon League will move steadily This 2nd day of October, 1907. County-In Chancery. .o }

10. forward in its work, and that, dur- Creating a Special Tax Road Dis- 10-4-5L ANNIE V. BALL, Mrs. Frances Howse Koonce, Complainant : \ fL U. I {
; ing the next few years the sale of alcoholic trict at Martel vs. Mrs. Sarah A. Bishop ;. 1 1N'44444444N j

Leverages will be outlawed in NOTICEAll Henry C. Dean Henry O'Neill. Jonathan ............... 4444444444444.............

more than half of our statesJssueof Notice is hereby given that an election i Grant. VanHorn. Frederick J _. i !
occupational licenses are due George \\ Mace and others, <
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is called and will ---- -- I
: held at Mar I ---
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February 25, 1907. Defendants-Foreclosure --- ------- .
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tel Marion county, Florida, at the us- !I on 1st day of each: October. Your license gage. of Mort a; ---- ------- --'-- '" '

ual voting place, during the hours for I
I is due October 1st, It is hereby ordered \
U. S. Prohibition In I from S o'clock a. m., to sun down of that you Sarah
Senator Frye on 1907.
Kindly attend to this matterat A. I

can and do Maine."I from. my own par- for Monday the purpose, December of creating 4th, A. D.a specialtax 1907, force once these or collections we will be compelled to above of Bishop complaint stated appear cause filed to on against answer you the bill in ;j[ Oiii' I a""

road district to be known as the as the law di- amYi\ trr Sloe
i sonal observation unhesitatingly affirm Martel special tax road district. rects. This duty is imperative. The Monday, the 4th day of November, A. 11 { I ,
D. 1907
that the consumption of intoxicating The boundaries of the said road tax collector will issue the license. j I
at the
district to be as follows: court house in Ocala, Florida. i
liquors is not today one-fourth I Beginning at the northeast corner JOSEPH BELL. and that you, Henry C. Dean, and you i i I ,

so great as it was twenty years ago; of section 31, township 15, range 21, County Judge.E. Henry O'Neill and you, Jonathan I i I ;
that, in the country portions of the I thence north to northeast corner of L. CARNEY, la4-lm. VanHorn and you, Frederick J. I IS DAILY ARRIVING !

state the sale and use have almost section 30, thence east to southeast Tax Collector.Administrator's Grant, and you, George W. Mace, do i I I
I itself corner of section 21, thence north to each of you appear to answer the bill _.
the law
entirely eased that
: ; southeast corner of section 4, town- Notice of Final Dis- exhibited against you in said cause on And we have many bargains to offer you. For ;
r under vigorous enforcement of its ship 15, range 21, thence west to the Monday, the 2nd day of December,
' 1 provisions, has created a temperance southwest corner of section 3, town- charge. D. 1907, A'I many years The Boston Store has been known

b sentiment which is marvelous, and to ship 15, range 20, thence south to I Notice is hereby given that on the and that in default of your so doing: throughout; the entire State as the place to i

which opposition is powerless. In southwest corner of section 27, thence j 19th day of August, A. D., 190S, the a decree pro confesso will be entered I save I
east to place of beginning comprisingthe i against you. money onDryGoodsC1othingand iI
I my opinion our remarkable temperance following sections to-wit: 7./'S, 9'1'i' undersigned Administrator of the estate It is further ordered that a copy of I

I reform of today is the legitimate 16, 17 IS, 19, !O, 21 and 30 all i of Henry T. Spooner, deceased, this order be published once each I !

child of the law.'" township 15, range 21 ; also sections will present to the Hon. Joseph Bell, week for four consecutive weeks priorto I I
10, 11, 12. 13:::, 14. IS, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 County Judge of Marion county, Florida the rule day In November 1911. Shoes
and 27, in township 15, range 20. to and for eight consecutive weeks prior I
WANTED-Hogs. The undersign I be known as the Martel special tax my final account as administrator to the rule day in December 1907, in j 9

c-d will be in Ocala on the 22nd for road district, and to elect three road :; of said estate. the Ocala Banner a weekly newspaper I And we are now better prepared to sell :you a
till the purpose of buying hogs. Those : trustees to vote on the millage to be i i Stanton, Florida September 5, 1907HE.RY published at Ocala, in said Marion -
j for the I good article at a small price than
I assessed and collected next county, Florida. ever before.
interested will find me at the Ocala j' JOHN L. EDWARDS, 'j, G. SPOO "ER. I j t:
NousF. K RnsrJ.eHatinss. For' 'I;; two Chm years.Board County Commissioners: As administrator of the estate of! Done and ordered this fiat day of \\'e have just received. a big lot of Beautiful !f.
( Octobpr 19'(7( S T. SISTRT'XX i i
--tda- lil' "':.wit 10-4. Henry T. Spooner deceased. 96.6m I 10-4-Stw. Clerk Circ"t! Court. ,j' I Silks in all colors grades and prices, and our I I::

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....... The lib! peculiar to vcmen, take different forms. I you no matter what size you wear, and our If t:'

,1 ladies suffer, month, from dark Shoes are the kind that always give satisfaction I I .
Some every rings round their eyes, blotches on their skin and tired I!

Rmg fseling. Others suffer agonies of pain, that words can hardly express. I iu every respect. II I-

Whatever the symptoms, remember there Is one medicine that win beyond mere I
symptoms and l
are always: glad to see you whether you 1 1I
at on the cause cf their troubles, the weakened vcmanly organs. I
I are trading or not. Don't forget us. -

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Mrs. M. C. Austin, of Memphis, Term., writes: "For five (5) years I suffered with every symptomof

E female disease, but after using the well-known Cardul Home Treatment, i vas entirely veil"

yes Write today for a free copy of valuable: 64IDfiStrat Book for Women. If -, i
WRITE US A LETTER lcAJv'ice.describe you seed ?Med-
s your symptoms stating ale and reply will be sent in plan; se..J

r J-19 Auras: Ladies Advisory Dept. The Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga Teams I I Saunders Red SaundersJ' j


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I r, = FLORIDA-C. E. NEWS i I I annnmmwmmtmmmnmnwm" " '! " " " " 1 '" ," " " " 'f'TTTTTTT11T1 st

i.c>. The Ocala Banner of September 21 i -..
l\ ,: has two articles especially interesting I
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One was tbe addrues g'ven at I II .. --
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I : Pensacola by Hon. Seaborn Wright,! .......... --c
I .. in which was emphasise the need ot: i ii e-- .......................... ............... ................ ............... C ----G

i prohibition in helping tecide ran:. -. : I .o ,--_
\! problems of the south. The other ar+ P -.
f tide was a message by Hon. A. C, : t'v .. 0. -. 0tom
j Campbell, major of De Funial >- e '.
the that never -- : .... 4
Springs town possessed # :
a saloon. The Campbells of De- : Willln. of; '.- ... fi. -s_-afl
the most actut -' : I"" 1 :YI 40. _-....-,
Funiak ;
are among I
Kndeaorers of Florida. : Ii 8101' I: B: \I ll"I. .. l.t\i\ : .

-: District convention time is nearly : .-.....---- .. 0 .. --4j-- I be well &- .
here, and in order to poster -
1 about these very important happtniuss -, 0-- '" 4'- ,.i--, "r .. -0
: 0>-' 1 t; B C''l'...
) the following list should interest "t. l .\ m.
1ft.-- J
I us and be well worth taking not: I 1HOL11ciicLr} t Y:1 r.fK: ;ljj 1) r.::. 1'$ -
I 1 i of Polk: and DeSoto, at Auburndale,?1 zz-- .... Z"!':\1 "" ......,....,.:r,_ .. .!i= a.t-t"... '!'O.:....-,., _._...n,...-.rr'S 1.---. <4>'.-w,,<:..u it.o'4=_. ."1'Sr:1), J ..'. ,M._1.;:.'.......'. i 1t .- --
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October 1618.Hillsboro I .tLr"t1MI .. .
1 R- and Manatee, at Plant I It : -".t

I f e. Iwr City Lake,56.October and Sumter 2527., at Eustis, oy m.1:! W--E *' Now is the time to replenish your stock 1 *+ -Q]

rk North Central at Gainesville, November o -
2z.dr .f -
; 78Xortheastem., 1.1
14a -
: x at Jacksonville, November ; *
iL +
9-11. I co'Y > -
: { East Coast at DeLand Novembei : ta"0
; 1:;:;.11. I
West Florida, probably conference;' I (>-- 4O
; held in DeFoniak Springs and sur i by I f.J.\: :
Gl11 '_fJ
f} ber rounding 17.. towns commencing Xon.m-I I II iRed Rock9 er 1 v ;

I Ii
I President Winnard plans to attontj *
i all but one of the last two dates I --.
i which co-fiict. Treasurer :llanley b; ;= : .
f to be at Eustis, Gainesville and Jacksonrille .' Limet- + ::

,* IF : and the sta'e ecretary is anticipating .I ::: etno ..4 -.
I meeting the workers in ::; \--I Ii : : .
i eral districts Otter> state officers will I iF.-. .. .. 1.
:. take) in.one or more conventions. Remember -, t
prayerfully these days aiul!I Ii E i AND IN FACT EVERYTHING IN THE a .. Csif ?
i } God will answer by a blessing for! '9.T
I I L D- :
; each convention.i '
:i Those who attend the Auburndak : ., a ..' J : '::
I; contention will have the good fortuneof I ; D. .!>\ ,.' '' :. t.s"'r tjlJ Jo. _\ t.(9.

i hearing an address by Mr. W. C i 4 \ G. [ M .. 'f' 1 ror1.l -sJ-
'" .
nkJ.Jri t; '! "
I It
Edmiston about his experiences at theE fi '
t i 1 Seattle international Recently th e' : : : ::

!! Winfcr Haven society drove over to' C>- .. .*w --: -

I 1- Auburndale ilr. Edmiston.to. hear echoes given l.Iy New Stock Let have i

I I The Eustis Presbyterian Junior so-I ter- i Arriving Daily us your orders 1

ciety and its leader. Mr. 0. H. %
II ell, were honored by a visit not long I It
ago; from state superintendent Miss;
t I E i I
t Prompt shipment guaranteed.
r t' Cora L. Poet, and Miss Marion Duncan (
of Tavares. The latter is Junior i tJI-- ." ---0E -
k superintendent for the Lake and Sum .-- : -...,
ter district Tavares and Eustis En- *
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i deavorers can talk over the 'phone ___ - to each other while most of our inem 4 I
f hers have to depend on the daily mail *
:: I for Christian Endeavor and other t .t
: t {'(.mmunications. e -- f :
+! 'fhe article in thtt Polk Count
f Reconl of !September: 27, with the Tobacco and 4
I' heading ",.1Ul.tIhlce," is worth tlESv-- Cigars -
: "taking home" by most of us. The 4*
i '' Bible In 1st John tells us that we do -- 4 :

r not rally love God unless we show *
I by our lives that we have charity r :

t\ and long patient with our fellow I tip- i Snuffs i .

men. I i
: W aS not the Florida Endea\orer -- -to
2,' for October excellent reading? It --
,; f seems too bad that it does not get ---"_ .- *4- -
j; J enough support financially to be is- 0- .. --<11

't sued as a monthly instead of but only 4t ;

,, (1 r c once iu three months. We recommend and handle Ii
: t' tills: Amy Sha\\', t>f Orinond. has I g
4 gone to Godfrey 111., to attend the r
; famous Monticello Seminary for
joucg ladies. Miss Amy, who is the
I daughter of Rev. H. B. Shaw, is a C. t t
': E. worker for the Jacksonville com ni -, 1z Ralston Purina FeedS 4
i z- tion, will be greatly missed in her|I

i c home town. I It V --
l>- '
h-_ A late Metropolis:: tells of p delightful .

.t.: I i I First never social Christian does Liven things church in the talf parlors That way society of when the,i iI j I tA-tf

planning such occasions. I Ii :
i I Did any one but the writer novice!
t how much more printers ink large
t f f type and comments were given the!

I t :: news that Escambia county went wet -F IBRoo'MsBIROOMSI: I I IJust
i I "', by 225 majority than that Putnam i I If \
t ;: voted dr.: by 25rt+ majority? In Put-! :

1 [r |" FI :: name but believe what had that a only dry majority one precinct -:'
i I t
I b
t, thriving I arrived shipment 200 dozen ::iE
: i assorted I ,
!! f ; League they averaged fifteen dry to I II .
I t + one wet. The Christian p
I i ';;' latka: especially desene the commendation i iJ == : Buy now, :
f 1 "well done. .
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t J I tl :; Mrs. James F. Win nard, of Tampa ice--- .. --.
l is slowly recovering from her long illness : : --
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during which for several weeks: C : .
I our state superintendent lived a: t- .

; :f t strenuous life. G -- t............................ .........M........... +.t.......*....*........................... .Na t.+..........+...+.o. -..

}' f A t Why Colds Are Dang- pus I 0'- :.. ':.

t. i Because ,,ou have contracted ordinary E -G '
colds and recovered from them Yours for business
t- i l without treatment of 3.nkind, do not I == more {
f', for a moment imagine that colds ares ;
t not dangerous. Every one knows: -- -. :

t. x that pneumonia and chronic catarrh! ::: ::: ,
ft, have their origin in a common cold '
:. Consumption is: not caused by a cold!
3 but the co'd prepare the system for i tt9 r A RG-WN & BRO
the reception and developement of I
the germs that would not otherwise:
have found lodgment. It is the same! i
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with al infectious diseases. Diphtheria I t 13'
scarlet fever, measles: and whooping -i
,. cough are much more likely to be i 3?
; contracted when the child has: a cold I
You will see from this that there is I nS
more real danger lurking in a cold OCALA FLORIDA '
than in any other of the common ail! _
ments. The easiest and quickest way F- ,
to cure a cold is to take Chamberlain's I .....
Cough Remedy. The many remarkable .
cures effected by this remedy haw I

I I I I'I' by made large all it druggists.part a staple of the article world.of trade For overa sale I II Ir i ,,6.6..1".,',." .,.,.,.,.," ... ." ." ." 6"4'46"'If .

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