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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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E .r..'i+.r"' .W6a.. # t... ...W6 i ..4 Q'o Mr. George B. Tyler, who has been Death of Mr. Thomas W. Harris <

[1 W ..Atfa46d09A.o9oooo.NOa idvtr3v4wo8N+f)44t.444) I lending several months at Denver. The Times-Union: of S''ndaan- j:PE-RU-NA RECEIVES PRA! SE

.. d .. ('[jlorado, has returned home, having nounces the death of Mr. Thoaia-> \\-.

; .en called back on business. He Harris, vhich occurred at Chattanooga -
4 it For the Best Value i : ,
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h is> nut yet decided whether he will Tenn., Saturday, October the: ll ta. For Relieving Such Symptoms as

utinue his residence in Ocala 'He died of asthma and Sit
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\I C or re- was >-one Headache.
f .. o GET A A tt.irn to Denver. He likes the West- i years of age. Debility, Backache and '
T' I f,
E 4e, n country very much, and thinkslat : Mr. Harris at one time was a well (

1 :. 25c BOX : : tt his stay there was very benefial ;: known ,florida journalist. He was '"HIIERE are a jrM Tiny phi ts of| Of the vast multitude of women Dr. ,

: .i to his health. 'early: connected with Mr. Charles A_ Oman's aliments tat require the Ilarttiua cures annually, only a small

: issistance of the surzeon. cent. of them consider it necessary ;
per
the of the Lahf
I Finley in publication
ii OE OUR jjl e But by far the greater number of to write to the Doctor at all.
i City Reporter and established the
Mr John T. Lewis, state inspector "
'.sell cases are amenable to correct Not cue in a thousand of these fortunate i
I prisons, after having spent a dayL New Capitol in tbis city, and printed omen report their success. Of
medicinal treatment.
If i TATIONERyo t : L Ocala, left Tuesday on his t round. it for a number of years. He wa a ,. 'j No snrgeoa in the wr rld has relieved those whc da write testimonials, only avery

f inspection. He reports that the! bright newspaper man, a versatile. ,so many women from the different small per cent, are ever csedla

i t __ -- -- -- ----_ --- : Pt .. j writer, and had a wide circle of public print.
: p n-oners at all the camps are receivig j abases of ailments peculiar to womaannd -

t 'iI far better treatment, and the pris. 1 friends who will regret to hear of his ] as Dr.Hartnian through the use While it is not aSLrmed that Pernna

a system of Florida is undergoing: death. ,I 3f Peruna. will cure every case of this kind, it is

Ii ostoffice Drug Sfon J !; ach reforms that it will be a revelaon -. II Mr. Harris had been I living in Ken : He recaives many letters from all parts certainly the part cf w isdom fee every
l i 'i octan so affixed to Peruca a
of give
u. UttbP to newspaper and magazine re. tucky for several years since leauns; 'I Df) the country relating to subjects i
'ntal interest to womankind hirtrisl. her eb:'" of relief are so ,
orters engaged in this line of work. Ocala and was engaged in the ne r-- would be
: rr many that any wunuu doing
paper work in that state, after -AM', : i Iz_
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i : Prescriptions Prepared; Properly' iii' he went to Cincinnati and later tl1 herself an nivusUt-e to neglect euclx
We understand that :Messrs. S. A an opportunity of relief.
t v"f Tennessee. The funeral of }Ir. lIar- y
awls & Company are again being
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, ris took place in Chattanooga Sun'.. \
"f' 3P*4004*****->**.* >.*> >*. **4 e*.***A*R I salUON ued for $50,000/ this time by a Mrs: II

I : ..0...MMM> +D+ .1 4i.<4i 1461 0160ihi if i014A( .' I i I>'arish of Levy county, whose SOt l afternoon. %<

._ 11 killed himself by butting out his rkj'
-- "-' -- -------- -- I I "Majah" Hall! Here
brains against a tree. She claims
I Mrs. Rubin Smith of Oxford is in 11 Major T. ft half who delivers eloquent -
Local and Personal i that the deed was done on account of Ite
Ocala on a visit to her daughters, : addresses in order to earn his
ii lrs'l .his humiliation and mortification at
i A. P. Gilmore and Mrs. Ben Borden.A daily bread, and operates turptn ;.m'
being whipped while in the prison
Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. ;;, I: farms purely for pleasure, is a.I: in:l

*_ M MIM B M BM M M, M M. '* marriage )license was 'issued Tuesday amps. I trailing upon his Tampa frieut'11 1 t '
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from Judge Bell's office to Phillip !is understood that temperance a,"'0- : v

Mr aim :Mrs. George: : Hayes of Lees- j Sanger and Miss Lizzie Sanders. The following is the postscript to a |cates are endeavoring to get Major i 'I'' : ,; teK _

Itiiii!;; fniuf up Tuesday afternoon forA I I..private letter just received from |
Hall to go to the North Pole with ) /

:-i'orWibit:: in Ocala. I Mrs. J. C. Pillans and baby of Mar' Waynesville, N. C., by a party who I Lieutenant Peary and make prohibition -| M Mfrki i 4

I tel pent a few days in Asheville: "Tbe '
were visitors to Ocala Tuesday, speeches to Esquimeaux while en r I k / _
11r H L. McClure went down to I I \
:> ,and went south on the afternoon A. C. government good roads expert lectured route. As it is feared that Peary will I I

('orIW Monday: afternoon to spend a L. and exhibited here a few evenings i _
train. never reach the pole by water, a lau-rj iI r'
tiv days with her mother. I since, and threw several bou- j plan is to have the major go on the I ,. ktyN'r d; ilyP'I

.. FOR SALE-As long as they l:1.stwe quets at Ocala. Referring to her next balloon trip, by reason of whichhe I

J>.. Mr. Frank Mathews went down to I offer a few second hand organs in many miles of good roads he said can deliver his soaring addresses: :

Candll'rIonday: afternoon for a short t there better in the South. I
were none
condition
good at low
a very price in mid-air and drop tracts along the
visit with his brother. Mr. J. II. Math the best inland
for cash Ocala Music Co. g-l -dwtt Said also that Ocala was route. Major Hall however, prefers ]I -
ews. town in the state of Florida and r.. L J'.EmA E.GILDNZXS .
staying near Tampa and seeing that I

Mr. and Mrs W. J. Ix>hrig went up did a better business per population." his convicts receive proper treatment, ':A.:. ... :;) Mrs. Emma E. Gildner, 7t9! Santafa

Mr. Clark of New York City, a mem- to Fairfield yesterday afternoon, and also to continue paying the countythe 's> :. > ,. : .t Ave.,Denver,Col.Financial Secretary a

ber of the firm of the II. B. Masters ,. ..; r.::v Germania Order der Hara net, writes: -
Mrs. Lobrig will spend some time Mr. C. II. Mathis, who has just returned highest price yet received for the ;;

Company, is in Ocala on a visit, and there with her husband. from Colorado, was seen on striped gentry.-Tampa News. ,:;Xk : .::: > "Peruna has been a great blessing f

0 will be here for several days, looking our streets Monday lie said that ya3- ;' s;;; l; ;; ;Nice', ;,A.'.<'y'' ':'' severe to me.headaches I suffered and a weak agonies back with and f

after his business interests. There was a wreck on the Atlantic the Colorado growers succeeded in Mr. George Taylor Buys a Home could hardly drag myself around.

Coast Line railway crossing Mondaynight growing excellent crops the past sea Mr. George L. Taylor, who recentlysold P f IilITJE "\ friend who was visiting me WM I -

Colonel Adam I.. Eichelbergvr is son, but were unfortunate in having taking Peruna for the same trouble
which delayed the Homosassa his home in the third ward to
.,... back from Tampa, where be went to a season of unusual rains, which and induced me to try it. I soon found
train on its down trip Tuesday morn Mr. Hubert has
Bitting, completed a .
ee :Mrs: Eichelberger and the daugh- proved almost fatal to the growing Very Precarious Condition. hltIwag being hclptdstc.inle.; than

, l The colonel has not yet wound ing. deal whereby he becomes the owner (three weeks 1 felt line a dlffere
cantaloupes, owing to there being so
) of Mr. T. E. Biggs' residence. This Mrs. Lutie "lI.rd. 617 Tracy Ave., woman and in four months I was welL
Is business affairs here and is much alkali in the soil. He said, however -
Kansas City Mo. writes : "A few M me strength
certainly
I rona gave
t Mr. Joseph Schilmanu of Hamburg, place is located on Watula street, in
, fo>4 tOOt purpose. that the growers in the CaroLinas years ago my health was in a very \ "i consider: it an Meal woman's
Germany, of the phosphate firm of front of the home of Mr. Edwin W.
\ in both of which states he is precarious condition, the result of )remedy." r >
Schilmann and Bene, is in Ocala and Davis ....
Miss Josie McClure has returned interested, were more fortunate w(.ral> trouble and general debility. u% "

1 home from a very pleasant visit to will spend some time in this section, and although not receiving as high Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, who have I Furred: a great deal and was glad to try I*rvnx *, hen.;. va*r' ( :'-I

sister Mrs. J. C. Smith, In Geor- looking after his business!: interests been boarding with Mr. and Mrs. W.I tom" FO u;!hly. / found it tttrher,r.v.'Si. t .' .": I. '. : .LLsgr 'ty
her I here. Mr. Charles E. Cullen is the prices as the Florida growers some C. Bull for l decrioetti and in tv.-o r.".. ihs T u.. :10.:..'" : .
'* evidence that her visit I several. weeks, will move .. I
As .
an .
S
gla. of them made as much as $500 per I "I tin J.lo"'I *o < ->n<"- < .'. i.'

was helpful to her, she gained seventeen American agent for this firm. acre owing to the enormous yield. :Mr. into their new home at once. ,-o,.., ., .. .",.. .. ".

pounds during her absence. Mathis is largely interested in the _______n \
Mrs. Gordon Dulin Wright of St. Joseph Has Purchased a Home --
cantaloupes in this county, and expects -
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Como D. Mo., is in the city and will Mr. J. H. J. Counts of Shady has THAT COMING OUT CONVENTION. ( Tee Brick Paving Contract
to put in a large crop this coming ,
Pa. has been spend the winter with her parents.Mr. Messrs. John D. Robertson, Loui ''
( Massey in Pittsburg, season. lIe grows his own seedin purchased the home of Mr. WilliamP.
gladdened by the arrival of a little and Mrs. John W. Pearson. Mrs. Brother Frank Harris, of the Ocala II '. Duval and Charles"Rheinauer, act-
Colorado and takes I
extraordinarypains Edwards, on Pine street, which he
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Massey were Wright, as Miss Pearl Pearson, was with them, and never antici- is now occupying. Mr. Counts is a Banner, is receiving a great deal of 1I ig for the city of Ocala, and the

residents of this very popular in Ocala, and her friendsare F itzgerald Company have entered
formerly popular pates a failure because of the seed most excellent gentleman and will free advertising because of his com-
and their friends will rejoice delighted at the prospect of a long ir ito a tentative contract for paving
city I not germinating.Mr. prove a very valuable citizen for lug out convention of prospective
visit from her. I tJ le streets around the court housend
in their happiness. a
with them Ocala. We extend to him and his
candidates. 'i a adjacent blocks. The terms of
W. L. Lowrey, the proprietor of family a cordial welcome.Mr. .
Miss Edith Kupperbush, after a t]ie contract have all been
MI/ Arthur Hardaker was in the Mr. Harris has not placed any restrictions agreed
too Rendezvous Hotel at Ho-
to meet Mrs. Harda short visit at Grahannille with Miss popular in or about the invitations j the pon, and Mr. Perkins, acting for the
city yesterday in Ocala Monday and F. E. Bugbee was in Ocala this
been spending several Sophie Howard, has returned to her mosassa, was has sent out. The indications are j !F'itzgerald Company has taken a copyf
ker who has stated to of this week and was here for the purpose ofbuying I'
reporter paper
mother and other home in Palatka. Miss Howard went a that he will have a great crowd with 10 the contract to Jacksonville to be
mont:: ; with her anticipating large a lot of hogs for use in his
\ a
\ KentuckIrs.. Harda- home with Miss Kupperbush for a that they are him on that day, and when the can- i! :.ubn.itted to the company's attorney.
: | relatives in number of visitors this winter, but market at Hastings.Ir.. Bugbee
located in short visit, and together they made didates have sputtered out their declarations a,nd if approved by him will be prop-
ker is again delightfully. that the Rendezvous will not formally some time ago received what he
little home at Martel. the trip from flrahaimille to Palatkaby of principles, and told "the i e.rly signed by the company, and if the
offer for
her artistic until January first. Capt. Low thought was such a tempting
"- '1 of her friends. the river route. open- dear people" how they stand on the s ame is done work on the paving of
much to the pleasure said that Mr. S. R. Udell, who hasbeen his place toot he sold it, thinking that "
rey prohibition question; how they hate I t he streets will be immediately begun
spending his winters at Homo he could find in other portions of the
the industrious the railroads other corporations; Jid some time early in the new
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins of this city Mr. C. II. Dame, for several past, han be- state lands as suitable for growing anj year
friends in indefatigable organizer for the sassa years expressed their views on the several I t he business portion of Ocala will have
bas the sympathy of her and delighted with the place that potatoes, and at a smaller price. He
mother Mrs. Scott, Woodmen of the World, came up yesterday come so national issues of less importance to'' ;otten rid of its dust and in the line
the death of her he has purchased a place and erect spent several months looking at land
Lake Sunday from a tour of South Florida them, tbe state will have a fair idea (if paving will stand abreast of any
which occurred at Orange ed residence thereon and will makeit in various sections, but has returnedto }
Tompkins was and will spend: several days at his a in of the standing of the various candidates (:ity of its size in the South.
afternoon. Mrs. his permanent winter home. Mr. Hastings and has invested there
rest and recreation for political office> and will have
last ill- here for
with her mother during her home ..Udell has been in business continuously a still larger acreage. He now has

ness and was at her bedside when she He says that the Woodmen are grow for thirty-three years, and feels 400 acres, all of which he will plant an opportunity to line up on the ques- We were somewhat in error In our

died and Mr. Tompkins went up to be ing daily in strength and influence.Mr. 'that he has earned a breathing spell. to potatoes. He says that 4000 acres,, tions at issue. ..bore reference to the paving con
that at
It is generally understood
present at the funeral. He has retired from business, and will be planted this season; that the 1 tract. The terms of the contract are

J. M. Potter is the contractorand will hereafter take life easy, spending Hastings potato has a distinct repu. this coming out convention there are .ready approved by all parties at issue -

Mrs. S. L. Patterson and her pretty builder of the new cottage being most of his time at Homosassa as: tation and has a place in all the mar to be at least four candidates for gov and are only awaiting the signature
John D. Robertson. ernor. That is what has been given
Lester Patter erected forIr. of the awl the
little daughter, Annie he delights in fishing and hunting and ket quotations. mayor presidentof
Patterson's is an old hand at this bus out in the advance sheets, and there
son are P'ihe guests of Mrs. Mr. Potter finds this a most entertaining place the city council on the part of the

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barco. at iness, having been a house builderfor for recreation of this kind. Vesuvius is again active. is every reason to believe toot the city, and Messrs. Fitzgerald & Company

.,. Cotton Plant They have been spend seventeen years. He is also a I advance information is authentic. on the part of that company.

in is good at both occupa! --- -- ---- ------- Should there be that many candidates
\ ing several months with friends farmer and -- The mayor will reach home today,

Pennsylvania, and will be at Cotton tions. Mr. Potter is now living atMarti ... j for governor there ought to be enough and the Fitzgerald Company will havea

Plant for several weeks before goingto City. -" lung power spent in Ocala on that representative, here, and the contract
fIV'V : 1 day to !satisfy the people of the Brick !I
their home at Miami. for the paving will be duly signed

: Mr. John D. Robertson is hauling City. Heretofore the campaigns have I : sealed and delivered. -,

Miss Bessie Porter came home Sun brick for his proposed elegant new I SHOEI 'j f been opened at some obscure point I Under terms of the contract workis

of but further orders have [!like Punta Gorda, Long Bridge and to within This
day afternoon after an absence residence, begin forty days.
I II where there not the I .
the work on the same other places was
several weeks. In Atlanta she was been cancelled on I I much time is given for the deliveryof _
But if
Guy D. Ayer and later pending the wet and dry election. He chance of great gatherings. I the vitrified brick and the paving
guest of Mrs.
at a house party at predicts that if the county goes dry FIT THE FEETPRICES 1i : the campaign is to be opened up in I II is to be finished some time in March.
spent a few days
for ) : earnest there will be thousands -
Ga., after which she I there will be a drouth in business I Ocala in

"kited Springs her sister Mrs. William A. some time, and he says that he pro- i : there to hear the aspirants for i iI Something Wrong Somewhere ;

r Tuscaloosa, Alabama, poses to await developments.On I I state and national offices. There will Belleview, Oct. 21, 1907. !
Collier, at candidates for United ..
be at lust three
delightfully entertained To the Editor Ocala Banner: i
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where she
was Monday afternoon Mrs. S. E. '. States senator, and there may be I read in your last week's paper -
by her friends. _
Waterman was the hostess at the sil W ( more.II that your subscription list was increasing :

FRECKLES --- PIMPLES ver tea given by the ladies of the \ > I'' We hope that Editor Harris will ,and I can't see how that can i

AND church every month. have his wishes gratified and that I j
Presbyterian be possible. If temperance or prohibition

REMOVED In Ten Days. For several months- during the sum THAT FIT THE POCKETefflarionShoeCo. II:there will be a large crowd at Ocala will utterly ruin a town, county !

Nadmola mer these teas have been suspended, II I!Jon that day. There ought to be, for or state (as the whiskey men say

and this one was all the more enjoy- :the gathering is an important one.- it will) how can you run your paper :

The CompluioDBeautifier able because of this fact. Quite a / !i I Fernandina Record. on a paying basis while upholding the .-i .

u cndorsed number of ladies were present and. temperance cause? There must be -

by thousands hours most pleasantly to Fifty Years a Blacksmith. some mistake somewhere. Good luck 1-
F I" 'I of grateful ladle.,and spent the Samuel R. Worley, of Hlxburg Ya., "
sec .1
to remove gether. Miss Lillie Bailey played .. has been shoeing horses for more to you and your paper. _'.
guaranteed
facial dWorar eral lovely violin solos during the afternoon (J. M. Meffert D. B. Mayo.) than fifty years. He says: "Cham- MRS. G. D. WASHBURN, }

all and restore tlc Mrs. Handler, her teacher,, BETWEEN MUNROE &. CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. berlain's Pain Balm has given meC President W .C. T. U. -i1
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tins
back and rheu-
great relief from lame
[ kTte accompanist. OCALA, FLORIDA. 4 :I
beautYfyou< acting as her > I matism. It is the best liniment I ever

i _at ont.dl cues leading in twenty&u daYti stores,50c.or and by S1.mail O Red Saunders. I '". -- --- Itf, I used." For sale by all druggists. m Red Saunders. to. .:"*-j 1


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NO HOG-FENCE LAW I ure on this to see that it would save

MOSS BLUFF MENTIONS j GRAHAMVILLE AND CONNOR SOUTH LAKE WEIR RIPPLES about 75 per cent. in the cost of fencing -
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II 1 Cor. Ocala Banner: I Special Cor. Ocala Banner: II I Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Special Cor. Ocala arrived As correspondent for the TimesUnion I All right. Then, how many hogs

,1 Special Mr. I. I. Hall passed away on the The last few days remind us that Miss Sophie Howard has as her i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Baker I! I published a paragraph last weekto ;: do you suppose it would require to

and and that in Grahamville the past week from their summer would possiblybe I for 73 per cent. of the farm fences
Sth Inst., to that land from whence no summer has come gone guest at her home I the effect that there j pay -

I traveler returns. lie had been a I. winter is almost upon us, and that I Miss Edith Kupperbush of Palatka. tome in Chautauqua, N. Y., coming :i a legislative candidate in Marion i| in :Marion county?. Somethingover

L great sufferer from catarrh of the hog killing and cane grinding are Mrs. Allen Gibson went to Ocala I via the Clyde Line. Since his arrival !,I county in the next election on a reg- fifty head of range hogs at average *.

He I close by.Little fence-law platform, and that market price would pay 75 per I
months. his ulated
stomach for nearly three to do some shopping, as did I II Mr. Baker has sold the oranges on } '
', resigned to die his I Ire Lewis, who has his feet Friday the popular idea seems to be for a cent. of one mile. You see wh->re the
seemed perfectly also Mrs. N. A. Fort; and others who. to Contractor E. B. Peter ,
being to lea\e his little !poisoned from poison oak, has fully I fine grove I fence of about three or four wires, hog goes to there. ;

\ i l, only grandchildren regret to whom he was very i recovered and b able to be in school t went Raymond up the Holly past, week W. R.were ForeVill Messrs. fruit who has in this bought neighborhood.a large part Later of the on I. outlawing the open-range hog. It is generally estimated by the j

.; much devoted. He lived with his son again. sister.in.law,1 Last Saturday the Times-Union wool and mutton producers that one- ;
I Fred Wellhorner, his
Fore, P. T. Randall, Mr. Baker expects:
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his The "working" at the cemetery was editorial on I fourth to one-half the increase of '
I Jesse who gave up all work on published the following a
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F. Lisk. and her husband j
Jr., and Dr. B. Mrs. B. W. Goodell,
farm and devoted his time to nursing -I not so largely attended last Saturday. j the subject: flock of range sheep is des- rd, t'd by
Mr. Fred Wellhorner, who is work- from Fredonia, N. Y., to spend the I
I interest arous-
and caring for his aged father, We hope to see more i Marion county is again moving to the hog. 4
ing at Green Cove Springs, spent Sun winter here, as they have done to
future in this work,,
who had passed his 81st milestone. I Jed in the near secure some relief from the burdenof Then let us go back to the agijfcul-!

The weather is perfectly lovely this i for cemeteries are places which we day with his family. winters previously.A the hog. It may easily be shown tural interest. There are now t brands
irri- A. W. Al-
and Mr. Everett Mills is sinking an horse belonging to Mr.
clean reI -
morning. The mocking birds are car- believe should be kent that the annual cost of fencing of acres of good farming Ian'!;.
I gation well on the farm of Mr. Thomas len became frightened on Monday by I Ii
rolling their sweet notes near my window. spec table. of against the Florida hog costs more I lying idle in this country that would
Randall has one the load be
Randall. Mr. falling from I
write for listening I The farmers of this settlement are t i ja package I into cultivation could
I can scarcely in than he is worth. So long as the hog be put fenep-
to give a picnic and barbeCue the prettiest little orange groves was hauling, and ran away, breaking'the ;
to their joyous songs. preparing may be turned out to feed on the I be built at anything near a rea.tuiatlamount ,
I November 2, in the interest 01] this section. shifts and harness.Mr. I II
on
of Valdosta,
The Messrs. Passmore makes little But the turpentine avmillsand
I community, his owner :: }
Farmers' Union. There will b Ga.ere here last week on a visit I the I other exertion for a livelihood, and phosphate businesses hay.sri-
whom will b< in Grahamville for a day recently. available land at Greenfield Farm for
to their sister, Mrs. Clayton Massey.. able speakers among Arizona cares nothing for a better article than ped this land of timber, evenirnher
T. J. Graham of Humboldt, of 190S.
for the season
organizer of the union .wht:) melon raising
the state
They seemed very much pleased with natureforceeach sufficient for posts to hang
the one provided by a heavy
and will thoroughly explain thf is now in Jacksonville, Fla., Guess The W. C. T. U. met on Thursday
our little village and especially with I can man to care for his own and the hog-proof wire fence. j
of the wild and woolly Dr.
Tom got tired the Weirsdale church, Mrs.
.srnne'. nf our .nrettv. .sirls..: necessity of, farmers, sticking tugethI at hot in value and character The wool and mutton I
---- -- --- -- | We did simply because way The : increases industrywould
West --- -
A cordial invitation is : ; Tnnp th* nresident.. rrresiding. --r
er. ----- --- ---- -
An ice cream entertainment: was 'that he becomes an asset of be greatly increased in portionsof j
I down in our heart we loved this dear attendance was large and the interest \ so soon
all.
given last Saturday afternoon at the to value. It is bad policy to put a premium the county so admirably adapt.-d
cit Mrs. S. C. Perry of Cocoa, Fla., is I old Land of Flowers, and nowherewas I good. Papers of much interest I
home of Mr. Wiley Massey by the I on worthliness, whether exemplified I for sheep grazing. All in all!, one ]
and
home but here j
home, sweet but just,
affair. on a visit to relatives at this place. .. were read and some severe, I
izens. It was a very enjoyable II in man or beast. The rem- may readily see wherein thsttwo *
back-like the cat.
The Mas- A. W. and Oliver Fort, who were we came criticisms made on some of our county I
The cream was delicious. in Marion just now is items alone would soon increase the !
How about Florida Development edy proposed :
few days to Stuart, Fla., a which are lending their influence -
called
staunch a ago papers I
..1). seys citizens(both and families know )how are to good make theirguests on account of a very sick brother, League? Let every Florida city's '! to the cause of the saloon. We to outlaw the hog and make a three- population of the county, and what i it 1]

wire fence the lawful protection. I now the unsightly bills and meadows
feel at home. At twilight we have returned and report him very I commercial club, or board of trade, or are glad to say the Ocala Banner was j
I the proposition is good fora waving mockingly in valueless flowers
I chamber of commerce, or whatever them. Perhaps j
of
I music. rendered by Mr. much better. not one
had some fine daughters, Misses Mrs. Dave Sellers, after an absenceof 1 the name may be, rally around the Rev. E. G. McKinley, having returned beginning, but after a trial it will be I would not only] blossom like the \
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\ Massey's
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Cora and Lois. There we met our several weeks, visiting her parentsat 1 flag, so to speak, and form one great from his vacation, services were asked whether even a threestrandfence virgin rose but bring forth ;i{e and i I

school marm Miss Mamie McGahagin, Floral City, has returned home. league to be known as the Florida. resumed at the Weirsdale Presbyter- is not too much tax on the man vine loaded thrice annually\ precious ]j
At the "com who has a but no domestic ani- fruits and vegetables aildinz
valued Development League. morning. Several crop
for the first time. The patrons of the lIon. Hubbard Crabtree a .1 I ian church on Sunday
.. school are very much pleased with employe of the government, and Mr. 'ing out" convention in Ocala on November ( from this place attended.I mals to run at large. Why is it not heavy golden coin to the county's ,i t

her. E.V.. Curtis, C. K., have a crew of 14, would be a nice time to I S. Upham returned the past week cheaper to fence a pasture than to treasury-hard roads, good schools. 1

Friday night Mrs. Clayton Massey men, a houseboat, a launch and a launch this league. All for Florida., from Provincetown, Mass., where he fence a farm? There is really no profit to the }

gave a "candy pulling" in honor of dredge here on the Oklawaha river, She is great, but we must make her had spent the past two months at the Once the area outside the farm was herdsman who owns range; hogs, and: ,'1'

her brothers. I can't tell you anything doing very satisfactory work. They greater. bedside of his old friend, Wm. II. II.II greater in extent and value than that. depends upon the open range for his

1 about that, as I did not attend are straightening some parts of the It is indeed fine to get out once in I Potter, formerly a resident of South within-then the farmer was one degree -I pork, lard or marketable hogs. It

t' but I can say the candy was fine, as river and are also taking out some a while and enjoy the pleasures of a'\ Lake Weir who passed to the higher removed from the condition of costs too much to look after enoughto

the next morning Miss Cora Masseywas floating logs and other obstructionsin trip down the road-down the Allan. .life on October 5. herdsmen.. When the farms were of get anything at all out of it. The

kind enough to remember the the river. They expect to finish tic Coast Line road-the road of tropical I Mr. Geo. A. Miller, superintendent small: area compared with the wild only person who gets a profit from

wonders, for truly it is a road I 1 land it might be well to fence the the hog is the who
"old woman around the corner," and their work on the Silver Springs run .Li0 motive power of the East Coast range man doesn't

: brought her a nice plate full. within the next sixty days. The river of wonders, and, of course, here in oui Railway Company, spent Sunday with farm, but when the farmers are more own any hogs, is never without lard

land they are tropical, as to nature. in number than the herdsmen the ma- or bacon and is
fl Mr. Frank Jordan happened to a then will be opened up through to old friends here. always selling pork, .

painful accident last week. While Lake Griffin. This will give the people We in Florida laugh at the idea ol r Much criticism is made on the ship- jority should look after its own inter- when hogs are fat on the mass. The

covering Mr. Massey's new dwellinghe I of the Ocklawaha river and Lees- calling the scenery here wonderful,, ping of green fruit, but there are two ests.Today hog thief-blast his bones!-I've been

fell and caught hia wrist on a nail, burg water transportation to Jackson- but let me tell yougo out into the. sides to all questions. If all growers the settler must spend all his scheming for a long while to get even

I 'I which tore quite an ugly wound. lIe ville, and up the Atlantic coast. We great Northwest states and ride foi allow their fruit to remain on the money to guard his crops from his with him, and I believe this is goingto

', was unable to work for some time. but understand that there "will be a line days and days on a train over the trees until thoroughly ripe, say until neighbor's herds. He comes amongus put him on the run. Now listen,

: .' is again: all right, and his hammer Is of boats that will make regular trips plains, and there you will call evera I the middle or last of November, the with money enough to build a comfortable and you'll hear him yell. He's sure ,(

I ringing out this morn.mg. after the loth of December, and as little butte, with a lone pine on ii market would soon be so glutted that home and buy his land, but to oppose this movement v gorously.

.. The government dredge boat, the the scenery is very beautiful up the a wonder. but little returns would be made, but the cost of fences confines him to a Understand, I do not say alf who oppose WE
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: '_. ;: Florida, has left the Oklawaha river Ocklawaha into the lakes, we predicta While on a recent trip "down tht growers would be obliged: to ship on small area of cultivated ground or denies it are hog thieves. Ii' UJd not

for its objective: point Jacksonville. heavy tourist travel through the road" we jotted down the followinj; account of danger from frost. The him the capital on which his be that unreasonable, but I do say

We will miss th. genial captain. mate winter season. M. in our note book: early shipped fruit seems to be in demand farm might be made successful.- ----. -If- all hog thieves will oppose this poli

:: j and launchman very much. S. S. T. --- Gainesville, the beautiful and lovely prices rule high and contractors we want settlers we do not want feuc- cy.

BERLIN ITEMS l city that it is, was as busy as a been find it hard to supply the demand. es. But each community can decide The editorial above is good with a >

CITRA ITEMS i a tar bucket when we rode through for itself under our present law, and slight
What is one to do under these circumstances exception or two. We do not
,
Special Cor. Ocala Banner: on ":;9." Brick buildings were goingup ? Ship his fruit early and we cannot see the need of political agree with the Times-Union that J i

r Special Cor. Ocala Banner: These are harvest days, and the on all sides of the square and in get good prices, or ship later with almost agitation. Conditions vary, and if all "each community can decide within 1 1

:. The Citra people have nearly all returned farmers are busy filling their bins several other parts of the city, and a certainty of low prices, or, as must wait for unanimous action then itself.' This razorback hog is a j

I home now and the town is and barns most of which will be filled handsome residences were rising rapidly too many have proved, a loss? there must be hardship on many, no tough proposition and unelss he i is :;

i to the brim. On a number of farms all over the city, from North RIPPLE. matter which policy is adopted.In brought under the strong arm of the 1

I taking on a more lively aspect.Mr. new buildings will have to be addedto Gainesville to South Gainesville, and counties like Marion the fencesare law he will never be successfully ]

: and Mrs. David Barcus returned from the University building out West F
house this years harvest. burdensome a like
: South Lake Weir, No. 2 county handled. We'd rather make a law j

,: last week from Wellsburg, Va., Mrs. M. P. Frink has returned froma Liberty way to a distance of a mile or Mr. Isaac Rawls is building new Taylor the herdsman is still needed. over the entire county to pen him, ]

visit to her son, Mr. Aubrey Frink, so east of the Seaboard tracks on the The same rule holds good in
where Mrs. Barcus has been spendingthe fences on the property which he late- portions then give such communities as should |

summer with relatives.Mr. at Macclenny.Mr. east. Gainesville is growing and her ly purchased of Mr. Carmichael of of counties and nothing more decide within themselves a rig't to |

William Dellon of St. Petersburg good people do not have the time to Ocala. equitable could be devised than the turn him loose *
i provided he islkept
A. S. Kells. accompanied by ;
: is here looking after his farm, sit down and watch her grow. Miss Mary Hicks who is teachingat permission granted to each commu- within such a territory. Since most 1

i I Mrs. Mollie Kells and her daughter, gathering corn, etc. Mr. Dellon has Down along in the Boardman, Evin- Long Hammock, was a caller at the nity to do what seemed best. In of the county would come under the

j .. .-' Miss Fannie, stopped off in Citra fora with him Mr. George Barton of the ston and Mclntosh and Orange Lake lake on Sunday. She was accompanied some Southern states-notably in regulated fence-law we think this w

few days no their way to Fort My- "Saintly City." Mr. Barton is one of country, everybody, it seemed, was in- by Miss Nichols. Alabama-any neighborhood can would be giving more equitable jnsif j jtice. '
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Florida's best farmers. For several terested in the growing of grain. The abolish the fences
; erss, where they will spend the win- Several carloads of fruit are leaving by building a i3
years he has worked the famous Royal country looked to us very prosperous. daily from the different stations protection along the line which divides Speaking for
ter. a large number of farmers .
i!, Poincianna orange grove at St. Petersburg Also did the country around the stations -;around the lake. it from a neighbor that and business ,....j

Mr. Stanton Borland and bride, after which is in charge of Mr. 1 at Reddick, Lowell and Ken- chooses to keep the fences. The of men of this part
the I
county, I
-* can say that "we are
; I spending several days here, the Lloyd Mills. We are glad to have drick. I BELLEVIEW ITEMS hardship here comes in when a man ready for the _
question.
However I
,
I guests of Mr. J. B. Borland, departed Mr. Barton with us. Ocala, the "cream of the Florida t with small capital settles in a "no- would like to have .]

j I for their home in Fort Myers. Mrs. James Badger of Oldtown went salad bowl," was as pretty as ever i Special Cor. Ocala Banner: fence"' neighborhood and finds the with personal correspondence j
a representative citiZen -
: to Ocala Friday to do some shop1 1 when we arrived. Every Ocalian is in vote against
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wartmann and up Mrs. Sirdefield, who was taken to him next year. It or two of each '"
It Miss Wartmann ping. love with the town and consequentlythey would be well to community over
: daughter, Mary are provide that whena the
the hospital some days ago, is reported county, whether they be for or i
others who went were talking of the whene
the latest arrivals. IissIan has Among shoppingto town policy is adopted it must stand fora against the

\ I spent the past eighteen months in the Brick City the past few dasy arrived, and kept it up till we left. I to be greatly improved, we are given period. mOement.Yery .

: t"J Germany, and her many friends are were Mr. and Mrs. Vance Weathers, A whiff of the delicious cool Florida II I glad to state, and we trust that itI We need men and women in Florida truly yours. ..

; r I ;, delighted to have her at home again j I Miss Bobbie Harrison of York, Mr. J. ozone fanned our brow when we came I will not be long before she will be more than anything else and any PETER STANLEYSIISSTO. j

: ( Mrs. S. T. Carswell will entertain I Weathers and Dr. W. R. .O. Veal, in view of the Florida Mediterranean, i able to return to her home. policy that favors the settler should -.,

i r the ladies: of the Fancy Work Club Hat Barnett of Cotton Plant, Mr. and Lake Weir. Florida is well supplied : have prayerful consideration. Now, President Roosevelt says that he ;
Miss Lorena Freeman and brothers
I on Thursday afternoon at her cozy Mrs. C. C. Stevens, and Messrs. J. L. with lakes!: and this lake is one of it cannot be denied that the settler was entirely satisfied with his :;

i home on Church street.I Smith, J. L. Beck, M. P. Frink Hanly 1 the most beautiful in the state. The : Robert and Roy, spent Saturday coming among us to farm is saved Louisiana hunt. He says hhad a

I Mrs. Harry Barcus and little daughter Brown. Montholon Atkinson, Xeal shores of the lake remind one of the I'night; and Sunday in Shady Grove trouble and expense when he is not mighty good time. .;f

: I\ are visiting Mr. and Mrs. David Ferguson, Emanuel Martin of this Pacific coast at Long Beach, Califor-!with their cousins, and report a fine required to fence his land. The "

; I ", Bareus. neighborhood and Mr. Edwin Carterof nia. Everything is so clean and beau-I time. herdsman can easily choose a county

I; l Miss Byrd Wartmann spent Sunday Carter's Pond and several from tiful. The Coast Line track around I Mr. J. A. Freeman and wife and i less advanced or without the transportation { I / \ ,1 1THIS

: '.: in Citra the guest of her brother, E. Dlichton. the lake is likened to the street car j'I Mr. C. H. Hilton and wife visited Shady -! needed for gardens and or-

' : L. Wartmann. Mrs. W. D. Graham has returnedto track around Green Lake in Seattle, Sunday to attend to some business i charts.-TimesUnion.I .

o I -. There seems to be an epidemic of her home in Ocala. Washington. We wish we could send I I matters. I have been asked by some of the '

I l sore eyes among the school children Mr. M. P. Frink left Monday for Lake Weir and its climate to the I Mr. J. A. Freeman and Mr. C. H. It-ading! citizens aud farmers of this WEEK

I. i., and quite a numar suffering with Pensacola, where he will join his Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition in I I Hilton made a business trip to Ocala j! section to defend this question and -.

.. ex-Confederate comrades for few Seattle in 1909. !
(his affliction. a Monday.
I nmkf <
an tffort to bring out a !iijrisla- \2j c Outing Flannel
\ days in "swapping yarns." Stanton-on-Lake-Weir just too I j. The Ladies' Aid! met at the home of : I livicandidate on tl li*' rt.gtint"11!; f'III"- ,

0,$. Hard Times in Kansas. Pensacola's hands are today extended beautiful for anything. It is the home Mrs.:' R. C. Ridge Tue.si&IY afternoon, 'I law plaiforui.V11. per yard t DC)

l : I!" .-> old day of grasshoppers and out over this Land of Flowers, of the Lytles. !j and the Bell view Wrokt-r will meet I \\ gt'ntl"l1Iell.,11 35c Heavy Underwear ,
". -nnti :"re almost forgotten in the discuss; the ,
i I- beckoning the gray-haired soldiersthe Fruitland Park, a little further i with her Thursday afternoon. i
I, |gr\< lorous Kansas of today: although ;: iise-iion{ for a whiie! firti
,:' a citizen of Codeli, Earl Sbamburg, ex-Confeds, as we love to call down the road, is jn&t as prt'ttjas its I Mr. J. A. Freeman i i.s having an addition -I': i (i/elieve tl'' right chord! has been per garment :23c? ; )

I j has not yet forgotten a hard time he them-and on the 23rd will gather ]name. put to his house this week. :l.Mn.fk.. that will vib'-ate cl"'I; ) within 50c Large Cake Boxes, .1

I eucointfi-cd. H1 says: "I was worn there for a grand, good time. Lady Lake is also a pretty place, I Messrs. Haines and Slydd are doing tluInart
of "U
old Japanned J
:- ort anrt MarionV best intTj f for :
discouraged by coughing -
Wedding bells, we believe, will and her citizens all are glad that they the work. ) "c ,
nieht and day, and could find no relief I j <- t: I have had practical! experience 50c Large Bread Boxes 8?
I tin I tried Dr. King's New Dis- soon ring out their merry chimes in are. Floridians. Miss Lorena Freeman i.s; spending wish the range hog.- the Florida! ,

c ; covtry. It took lass than one bottle B rin.; Guess who? We arrived at Leesburg about six ja few days with :Mrs. C. II. union. /.orl ack- and his ra- foriWc5uc
; relative
.;::? to completely cure me." The safe- A great many of the people in this 'o'clock. Everybody busy there. The I Mr. Legrand< ;- e-t and :: ost reliabl cough and cold section off their building boom seems to have been r or herd.stuan, and
are putting tradingin spent a few pleasant hem.on .
I Like \\.1 hi! < I l.a!! |
i -I ;* not I complete : 9c
cure
an lung and throat !lct>r everdiscovered. started The attempt a treatise of >
the county metropolis until November anew. neat and pretty i Smith Sunday. ,
e- Guaranteed by Tydings i .' i i i-i i.ore?. I will touch
& Co.'s 14 coming out" day. passenger station for the Coast Lane I The Belleview upon a 1$1 50 Heavy Blankets
drug store 50c and $1.00. Trial ;i \Von.-i MI-t I at i'III' (ii. \A' i-i UK) I i. important ,
u\y
ir bottle free. m | All of Berlin, Cotton Plant :Martel is nearing completion.The I home of Mrs. Hopkins last 'Ihnr.vlav.A i a iwct'Ksnry will make a complete}points, and I large size, pair'j.23;

i litcbton, Fellowship, Carter's Pond, talk of the town was on traffic great deal of work ar-
was aorcmipllsh-! tide in due I linn'. $U5
NOTICE i Oldtown and York will go to Ocala by way of the Oklawaha river. I, ed and a social time and $2l\\en's Oil 7 -
was enjojt<<1 by The (1114'-.l| loll i h Dimply
on the 14th ult. TECUMSEH.FOR Oklawaha and Webster are fast all. this: To Grain Shoes 81.13
: All persons are forbidden to trade i '"'";i do.! a .i" ":(.. tI fi-nce-law in
coming to the front since the freeze. Mrs. Ma-
J.
for say fiae bill given by me to W. L. I I F. Pelot has not been rest ri'di luniiiv i Iii(MI,t I' in] answer 35c 2-quart Plain
Trilby is alive with most all Chin
SALE-440 acres of land. Apply trains going and ing so well for
th<- last f
Smith nntll all claims on.merchandisebusiness '-w days, we write P. A. Liddell Santos coming all day and Lakeland, the ( out the Pitcher
or ,
Smith are regret very much to .... 23c -
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of said settled. report >ut ( .1 ..hojj. it IK. : !
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Fla. 10-ll-5tw "Sunshine City," is making all Floridasit neaei.iiu eiimatf d l that
she
will -
JOHN PASTEUR soon be around! asaln.PanmTcri. : '. ,
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and
; 10-llw. Stanton, Fla. t Tied Saunders. town.up wonder.CHATTEN Lakeland CIIUJI.is a dry I ';Iranol. will an ,\\-r i the possibly purposes a Vijt th? ) anti In"Cent Siore.M. .
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Local and Personal Mr. J. M. Bryan of Martel was a'l Dr. anil! Mr-. H. G. Spooner and lit- Tt ie Lloyd-Harris Wedding Plans j It Must be Judge Liddon

____ i s;autr,lay visitor in Ocala. 'L'tl' daughter \ in Ocala for several ;:, One of the larger social event01 : DRY D DROU1HIN" C1TRU : T1'''l' Tallaha Sun calls long, loud

hIt Mrs ;.Mou'lufrom Sramonon.Lakt'th :id agonizingly for :a candidate for
Sara Elizabeth Harris Local e winter will be the w.-ddin.;; of Mr i algl
Editor. is now The Munroe & Chambliss \\'eir. txornor who stands tor the right

D ani;. It is a step forward. ..C:, larles Harrison Lloyd and ML-s I The following n-Milt of the election ti lings and who can win. ,

Mr. Homer E. Daby of Ozello is ; i Dr. William Griffith was among the : Si ira Elizabeth Harris, on the evening held last week in Citrus county was The Journal can name a man who Y.

now express messenger between Ho- Turkeys are now in market. The vi:sitars to Ocala Thursday. He says !oat the sixth of November at nine phoned to Rev. C. Carrol election i ould carry West Florida and with
I iMY
mosassa and ('eala. I irMr. (tail price is IS cents per pound. i!itl Dunnellon, besides improving in 0-lock In this city. The wv.ldingili ;rest Florida's prestige behind bun
: night. It will! be "n that it is worst 1t
i : ot her ways, will astonish many in ie balance of the state ought to be ;
the Methodist church, '
I far ke place at than "frost
Crystal a "drought"it'- a :
River
Mr. of
M. H. Baum *
Heintz is certainly to be congratulated has ( vote on the "wet" and "dry" prop- ; s;:uisfied with him. He is not a poli-
td will be solemnized by Rev. R. V.
'at DrWet .
for the splendid manner in i *' among the out of town visitors in !i 05 ition when submitted to the people tl cian; he has never, so far as we
-\1 kisson. Before the ceremony, Mrs. Inverness . . . so 2 ?
0Sl cala
which be has adorned the court yard j i Saturday. !! r approval or disapproval. He said !j" :1 1[lOW, run for an office; he has al- Y
I fitl I i I[iis-on. on the organ, accompanied Crystal Rher . . To 11
? I at he expcited: an even vote on the v\'ays stood: for a square deal between
F j Mr. Emanuel :Martin a nephew of ;; or'OIO i the \k.lin by :Miss Christine Rich- Floral City. . . . 4s :2CHernando ; '
t IIIr ition. Hitherto Dunnellon has tl ie corporation-: and the people, usilly -
[ W. D. Cam, was in Ocala Saturb; 31 iis of Gainesville: will! play a I beuaiil . 5 1:5: ,
Mr. Geiger, a well known citizen of en decidedly! "wet.: : u: giving the ;people the benefit of
d ay. He is teaching the Fellowship 'ti' musical:; program. Citronelle . . . .14 4
Micanopy. was in Ocala business I aJ ly doubt tbu tr i> have existed; he
on s:hool this term. I I i Miss Harris will be given in martge Ft. Cooper. . . 4 4 '
Friday. He drove down through the ; iI Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Edwards Ila\" ,. I h Ii is always hem i i ,. probii i; uu Iud
I .;, her father and site will have
by : ,
i: ; Holder . . . . S &I.
country.Mr. m wed from their home on Pine St., j I i-; nu"': a recent < t i.rt to the i 1\. .
:Miss: Jessie Owens, the poet laure- : a>; her matron of honor, her sister -
tc Mrs. T. W. Smith's cottage ;, h,,? i- \\.it won I i ,ni .)!t'.tblr It.1( ,1,1:; !
a te of Rutland, was shopping in Ocala on)1 rs. William Herbert Powers and Total . . 229: : t fin
S<>roth Fifth street which has just': a i'Ui'i man, alt-mi'! 111, he ha.tn>- uUU'M.
G. W. Brant of Lake Bryant ([outlay afternoon. I hEn :;r other sister, Miss Louise Harris, -_
b<* vacated by Mr. Will Dunn. V ?:! in ]tip own busin '-- aT.1 1 1iHHutcd
was again a visitor to Ocala on Friday I lr.1 w:ill act as her maid of honor. The The Agatheridan Society I 1 ,

and brought in with him a wagon Mr. and :Mrs.: C. C. Stevens of BerE:Iwards expects at no distant bi idesmaids will be Miss Esther s 1 his family comfortable ; in!
begin the erection of a handsome !! The Agatheridan Society held its p obably could not be induced !'D IM.r .
load of fine oranges. n were numbered among the stranto \\'eatht.rs. Miss Lillian Thagard and '
1'E h()me his lot on Summer regular meeting Friday. Octo'r, is. f,.> the office, though he has tin1 ;t'n'j '!
on pretty j'Id iss Valeta Potter. Mr. Lloyd's! best
?rsin the city :Monday.: I ,
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I Ireet 1907. :, ? t" make a goal :.:,1\ enhH', .roil' .
fiE' avenue. He has rented his Pine 1m j ;
Mr. Oscar M. Gale, who now residesin an will be Dr. William H. Powers, '
I After the minutes of the -\iouh'v' ,;oiiM! Ie! snrpri-i I i* his naim; \\ ,\.ut'M.uiH'l '
st home to Mr. J. H. J. Counts
Delleview, where he is with the Miss Vivian Dame has returned I aid id the groomsmen and ushers will
I meeting were read and all/'t\/ !. then|! : for ih! ,' .:'!, ,'; he'.iti.- InMuch '--
ai' family or Shady Grove, who have ,
Belleview Trading Company, was in wne from Chattanooga, Tenn., where b )J 'ssrs. Thomas H. Harris, Frank '
I(1 following program, bain.i a- its subr!: ". 1 I': cambia and! tlh' .\1.1
m ved[ into the in order that I \\ 'n :: .t tu'! : : [
Ocala Friday on business Sl ie has been spending several months same H irris, Jr., Stephen Jewett and E. J'I "
th e children may attend our public ject, "Japan, was rendeied: j j:: L itit 'I);a l'i\"l'r. _
V 1th relatives. c'J ook of Ocala, Mr. Benjamin
sc:hool. I! Essay, "Brief History m .I;a1'a' 0"- i, If 11.\ inn or al\ ":I. else \\lflh: T.1:
T! Jr. of Gainesville and Mr.
We hope that Governor Bloxhamand grower, i
Helen Brown. : ,
jx 110\\ \\ :::o this 11.':;, I I"t' cat, .f '.1
his "blushing bride" will attend Mrs. Sidney Haile has been with \\ilMam! Eugene Finch of Birming- '
Declamation-Carlisle Izlar. ,,
1. the ;n(':;"Hi i!: urgl'tl. ?:I" his 1'1':1\; :
her old home Cap W. Ditto representing i lu;iin, Alabama.
friends
the Ocala "coming out" convention. J'i?datives and at I
Oration "Effect of Far Eastern : .
I a )1\1./\\ II l'nl's. i \\ r, II:, ;r.' ., u:
No. HO. I". C. V.
He would be given a hearty welcome. i [i Lake City, and has been enjoying; MI ai-icr. County Camp, | After ;tie pr. uy ceremony at the War the United
1 on , g t p"
,. a very pleasant visit there. pnt vp to Macintosh Thursday! afteron iiirch the bridal party will be ennain -I Crom. States"-Wlll'l f
., tl state to hI: ,:\ '.' ;." this nitt! : -
attend the funeral of the
to
n. > Urep! d informally at the home of
Mr. :4v. Sylvester is receiving all Essay, "People and Politics of the I ,
tin r I '
is'e are nO : : a \ 'I.
D H. C. which '
r. Walkup I took ri It' >rile' parents Mr. and lrs.1)
sorts fel pretty bouquets for the hand Mrs. A. E. Burnett and her mother. Capt.I Far East"-Lawrence Pri('(>. rout it.-Pt'I1.-t'; Journal.
aom <: 4 o'clock. Dr. Walkup and F''ank Harris on South Third street. )Itlr. I a :
some manner be has fixed up the ar- Irs. E. A. Burr, have returned home Oration, "Intellectual Future of Ja
Den Ito were old and fast friends, and and Mrs. Lloyd will leave one I
mory for the winter entertainments. Boston, :Mass.: where they haw ,an"-Sans Mathews. Activity in Ocala Thursday
fIi itlatives. especiallyrating that he should visit ef
with was tt midnight train for a sev- p
spending several months Recitation, "Making an Editor"Pattie Interest in military circles was at
ive been Delected" to represent the E'I al weeks: in the East:: and North, and
lion. and Mrs. William Bailey Lamar r h.I Smith. ft'ver heat in Ocala Thursday from
b'i"' arion Camp at the last honors to al:ter the first of December will be
.i> of Florida are the guests of Mrs. I atl I Essay, "Japanese in America"-Lu- e;irly morning till the special trainft
W.b> paid the dead. Capt. Ditto says I hI,)me to their friends at the residenceDr. i
Lamar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. IL B. Rev. W. H. Dodge and :Mr.: E. lie Moore. lc early Friday morning. Soldiers in
tl1 at there never was a truer, braver I oi: and Mrs.:: William Anderson, on I
Toy, at the Vernon apartments.-At-Taybill! came home Saturday from Declamation-Paul Gates. tl!leir uniforms were seen about the
nflrcher )ir more courtly gentleman and solf F,,ort King avenue. ,
lanta Georgian.Mr. where they spent several days Essay, "Relation of Japan to Other t i nts and aroound the armory there
di: >r than was bis deceased friend. I I
ery pleasantly in attendance on the I 1 Nations"-Margaret Anderson. was the greatest activity. The tents
A Romantic Marriage
Harry Leavengood. who has :uwannee Presbytery. I Essay, "Climate and Scenery of Ja were stretched on the lot adjoiningthe
Ocala's cleaning-up time has already There was rather a romantic mar
been spending the past two months pan"-Herbert Martin. armory, and at intervals all day

with relatives at different places in Mrs. Leonard Dozier has returned I begun, before any set day for riage in this city Tuesday morning, Debate-Resolved, That commerce could be heard the bugle calls and by

Ohio and other northern states, is at I ionic from Jacksonville, where she this purpose as was proposed by which summoned Justice Colman contributes more to modern civiliza- dark everything was in readiness forth
other cities. All the trash is
home again. He had a grand trip. pent some weeks with relatives. Her some removed from around the from his warm couch at daylight, and tion than manufacturing. Affirmative: (> departure of the soldiers. -

I tealth was greatly improved during being Walter Liddell and Belle Hodge. Negative The encampment this year is being
court house square, and the court which at least had the tendency
We have a letter from Adrian, 1 ler stay in that city. : Earl Lytle and George Mac- held at Pensacola, and under the
house grounds continue to excite favorable console a couple of young people, the
Mich., expressing regret that the Kay. The judges, Jean Teague, Marion command of Capt. Geo. A. Nash the

Ocala Banner is to lose its local editor Mr. Maynard of Rock Springs, of comment. A gentleman at justice sending them away as man Pelot and Guy Smith decided Ocala Rifles will no doubt hold their

L i' to whom, he says, tbe subscribers t he lrm of Meffert and Maynard, has the Ocala House yesterday said that and wife.J. two to one in favor of the negative. own with any company in the state. }

, I in eyen distant states have become i r eturned borne from a short visit with our court house and grounds very J. Leitner, a young man who re Paper-Editor. In the afternoon the Rifles bad a

vely much attached. 'elatives in Vermont. He left Mrs. strongly resemble the city hall and sides near Ocala, and Miss Delia A After the report of the literary critic dress parade in front of the Ocala

rfaynard in Vermont for the winter. city hall park in New York City. On McCullough, also of that section, traveled there being no further business to louse, and the drill was witnessedby

her court house and grounds Ocala all night for the purpose of mar come before the meeting, the society quite a large number of people.
The Ocala ice trust has been dissolved -
has other in the state
Mrs. W. H. Dodge, after spending got every city riage. Report says toot they ,"isitedseveral adjourned to meet again Friday October The roster of the Ocala Rifles Is
and the Ocala ice consumers "
';several days with her sons in Jacksonville "on the run. places in an endeavor to find 25, 1907. SECRETARY as follows:
will hereafter have competition in the
.. .
"' this has gone to Davidson, N. C.. an officer authorized to tie the nuptial Capt. George A. Nash, Lieutenants
and sale of
manufacture ice 1:o join her daughter, Mrs. Mary Dodge All the plans for the "coming out" knot but were unsuccessful until The Lindsay orange growers are re- Graham and Dunn Sergeants, Proctor -
the two neeeS-I
sary commodity will be as entirely :Uaddox.: in a visit to Messrs. Wither- convention have been formulated and they reached Gainesville, where they' ported to have fixed a price of $2.40' Leitner, Thompson and Blitch,

panics run !;poon ana Dick Dodge. there is nothing now left except to secured a license and sought the services '.. o. b., on early oranges, shipping of Corporals Booher, Scott, Stroman,

have the plans carried into effect. It of Justice Colman. which will begin within a week or so. Gates, Raysor, Q. M. Sergeant IL S.

Mr. and Mrs. George R. McKean After spending several days in promises to be one of the most novel The contracting parties are well! Considering the condition of the east- Chambers. Artificer L. Smoak, BuglerW.

have returned home from a fortnight'svisit Ocala with his family, Mr. W. A. Pe unique and interesting political known and popular in Marion county,, 'rn fruit markets, this is a very reasonable Tucker, Privates Bitting, Boswell,

to New York City. They were lot returned to his grove at Owens, in events that has ever occurred in the where they have made their home for price.-Redlands (Cal.) Cit- Bullock, Crosby, Dame, Duffy, Ed-

accompanied on the trip by Mr. and history of Florida. The large crowds It is not known that there was
DeSoto county, Saturday afternoon. years. rograph.The wards, Feinberg, Head, Haycraft,
Mrs. C. V. Miller, who will not return lie was accompanied by his niece, I that are expected will be welcomedby any particuular objection to their un Florida orange is immeasuuraly )lodges, Hodge Hopkins, S. Hopkins,

home until next week. Mr. and Mrs.=: Miss Dora May P(>lot, who will! spend the mayor and the mayor will bp ion, but with a desire to have the better than the California orange, Dr. Harvey, Jennings, Johnson, Keen,

:\lcK\an had an exceedingly enjoyable ',several weeks with relatives. responded to by the governor of thestatt' same come off with a slight tinge o! and yet sells for a dollar less, simplybecause Leitner, Murrell, Nichols, Payne, Phil- r

c Jlng. \ Q After the political features of romance, this action was taken.- its marketable value has lips, Osteen, Ron Smoak. Spencer

.., Postmaster General Meyer has given the day are ended the hoard of trade Gainesville Sun. been destroyed by hurrying the fr Watkins, Woods. Phillips, C., Roberts,

If Editor Farmer of the Bronson out the announcement that he will will give a banquet at the Ocala to market before it ripens. ] Burnett, Dean Fort, Snell, Proctor,

I Times-Democrat is afraid that his leg recommend no increase on the post- House, to which all the important dig- Onto Their Job. Skanks, Young, Gunn. "

I i if i will be pulled if he attends the "com age of second class matter. He will! nitaries of the state, the newspaper Gainesville is universally concede I Mr. John W. Stevens one of the Cooks: Potter and Gadson.

I ing out" convention in Ocala he had foe buried beneath a wilderness of editors and distinguished visitors' will by the traveling public to be the bes!t'onepr citizpns of Fort McCoy, who is !

'- ',1 better not come, though we will be bouquets from the newspapers of the'ountry be invited. The banquet will) be heldat interior town in the state.-Gaines_I foremost in all good works in that CondolenceAt

;) glad to have him and promise him 10 o'clock in the evening in the ville Sun. 'section, was a pleasant visitor in :!
the regular monthly meeting ot
life.
that he will have tbe time of his dining room of the Ocala House. I The traveling public toss the sam Ocala Monday. As the crops are all ;':

It will make sweet and sunny all Calhoun county, Alabama, in which I bouquets into Ocala's lap.-Ocala 1'1;aid by and this is the time between I Ocala Post No. 17, Department of i

soured, distempered people.Mr. are located Oxana; Oxford and Annis- Mr. C. V. S. Wilson, editor of the Banner. ,easons Mr. Stevens is going td take ]Florida G. A. R., held on the 19th day p

ton, cast the following vote: wet, 227: !Sarasota Times, was a distinguished Likewise do they speak of Madison, a idvantage of the opportunty and I[9f October, 1907, the following resolutions :

John T. Lewis came up Friday dry, 1843; giving a dry majority of 1 risitor in Ocala Friday and was a ill of which is conclusive proof that s;pend a couple of weeks with his son, were adopted:

afternoon from Tampa, where he hadbeen is from the much Elbert Stevens, at Crystal River Whereas, This post has heard witH
1616. The above clipped e waller at the Banner: office. Mr. Wilson :he "traveling public" is very Jr.

for several days, and left at Anniston Star, and was furnished the had been at Wildwood for several f)n to his job.-Madison New Ent(>r-I'I t hinting and fishing. Mr. Stevens I Jeep regret of the death of Mrs. T. J.

for Moss Bluff, where he was Mr. M. T. W. Chris- I that for reasons unknowno I Owen, wife of our esteemed comrade i1
once Ocala Banner by f Jays attending a meeting of the Presbytery ,)mse. i S:ays some
of the illness !sof: I and commander, therefore be it re-
called on account tian. 1 to which he was a delegate. t him work on the Rentz railroad

his young son. While in Tampa he Mr. Wilson said that while he was The "Coming Out Mass Meeting j 11 las been suspended for some time solved:

attended the L'Engle-Knight-Stovall Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Miller, after :iway Mrs. Wilson got out the Sarasota The candidates' "coming out" day: ;I>ast, but he understands that every- That we extend to Comrade Owen

? sensational trial, which created so spending a fortnight in New York 1 Times, doing all the work herself. is to take place at Ocala on Thursday, :i t hing has now been adjusted and that our profound sympathy with him in

all over the state.r in Baltimore, where the hot time ictive on the road will be- his great bereavement
much interest City, are now !setting the type, correcting November 14. Ob, what a operations

they are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ]proofs, making up the forms, getting I the old town will experience, and i rin at once and the people of Fort Mc- This post on many occasions was

The speech-making at the great Christian Ax for a few days. En I out the mail etc., and the paper is what brotherly love exhibited. The i (::oy are anticipating hearing the the: recipient of Mrs. Owen's generous

iq:L, : "coming out" convention will be route home they will !stop: over in Atlanta I certainly a credit to her. She is a principal question that will most I I leighin of the iron horse by Christ hospitality. This with her many lit t

made from the government lot. The for a few days with Mrs. William splendid newspaper woman, and is a likely bob up will be, "where do you I nas time or sometime soon after. Mr. tle: acts of kindness to various members

Ocala band will render patriotic mu Owen, who was one of Mrs. Mil treat assistance to her husband. )Ir. stand on the prohibition platform?" !Stevens believes that they have as of the post, with other virtues

sic and when the day's speeches are ler's schoolmates.Mr. Wilson is one of the oldest editors in From the promises declared there, the j !rood farming lands as they have at notably her known kindness to all domestic

ended, those not down on the program the state having been in the newspa glorious state of Florida will parch j ]Hastings and as well adapted to potato animals, had enshrined her In

will be given an opportunity to Duncan has arrived here, to be i per business in Florida for over twenty and burn away into nothingness byi t 11: culture and he expects to see the hearts of all our comrades.To 'd

!speak: from the piazza of the Ocala city missionary under the Baptist denomination ; years. tte summer's sun.-DeFuniak Breeze j i hese: lands bring as handsome prices us her memory will be an in-

House. The band will occupy the coming to Tampa from I'then they become as well advertised.Mr. spiration and uplift to a higher plane':

band stand. Oxford. Fla., where he has been en- Mr. J. D. Bassett of Anthony was in Mrs. Clarence Camp to Entertain for of life, striving for the "well done"of

gaged in mission work. He will beginat Ocala Friday and stated that Anthony Miss Harris I W. A. Pelot, who owns a fine the Great Judge, which we feel assured -

Ocala really intends to have that an early date-probably Sunday would send four delegates to the Confederate Mrs. Clarence Camp is issuing invitations :roung orange grove a few miles out has been awarded her.

"coming out" convention for candi- evening series of meetings at the I re-union at Pensacola, all arrangements -: to a large "heart party." J from Arcadia, is in Ocala on a visitto Resolved further That these resolu-

various Tribune.In been I the afternoon his family. lIe says the orange tions be spread on the journal, and
.{;dates for state offices. The Garrison mission.-Tampa having already which she will give on ,

necessary committees have been ap I made. The following are the Anthony j I of Tuesday, the twenty-ninth of October proves in DeSoto county are looking tbi local press kindly requested to

A general invitation to everybody renewing his subscription to the I delegates who will go to Pensacola: j in honor of Miss Sara Harris, a most promising and are absolutelyfree publish the same.

pointed. in the state will be issued. Ocala Banner. Mr. J.1.. Dye who: is Dr. D. A. Smith Messrs. C. C. Priest \ November bride. This will be the from the white fly and all other I (Signed.) COMMITTEE.The .

-- An inspiring program has been blocked living at Bakersfield, Cal., says: "Con- John Talton and J. D. Bassett. He I opening event of the social season in I plague and pests. That the farmers .1
Soldier Reach Pensacola in
out and "all the prospect pleas gratulations for the great work you I said that Mr. W. D. Eminisor of Sparr !: Ocala, and is Mrs. Camp always entertains and truckers down there passed Boys
,
Brooksville Argus. are doing for prohibition. I gladly I hod notified the Anthony delegation I so charmingly, her party for through a very serious time last sea Good Shape
-
es. continued A card received from Capt G. A.
welcome the Banner as a visitor from that b? "would join them. They expect Miss Harris will of course be a very son on account of the long .

visit Friday the Hand of Flowers and the Gulf. I, to have an interesting time. Mr. I lovely affair. and unprecedented drouth, but ttat Nash this morning reports having arrived .<
We enjoyed a pleasant conditions in Pensacola Saturday morning !
the proprietor too, am still living among the orange Bassett said that on coming to Ocalahe they do not believe the same II
from Mr. F. M. Brown, and all o. k. They were twelve hours J
Silver Springs.He trees. Best wishes for your success. saw a gourd vine on Mr. Augustus Mrs. J. H. Strunk and children of will prevail this season,
. of the House at Mr late on account of the wreck of first 1
gown number of I Boone's place that attracted his at- Miami, who have been the guests of they are anticipating good crops.
is a large is dealing section of train with Apalachicola j
visitors1' and expects: to Mrs. G. C. Crom and little son tention in a most marked degree. Mrs. Strunk's sister, Miss Nellie Anderson Pelot Is looking well, and time 1

this winter He says he Frank, have gone to Gainesville to Half of the vine had been destroyed in this city, for several weeks, most gently with him I company just ahead, causing tem to
have a crowded house. I I II have to around by Montgomery, .
( serious con spend a short while with relatives. and the remaining half measuredmore I returned home Sunday.Mrs. go
came very near having a of Mrs. Mr. F. M. Harp, one of the prosperous Ala. The Rifles are now stationed at j
and but for They will be the guests than an hundred feet, and had
. flagration a few days ago, of Eureka Fort Pickens.Mr. :
. of his wife his Crom's brother, Hon. W. W. Hampton, 200 matured gourds by actual counton Blalock of Madison is in Ocalaon turpentine operators .
of mind ,
the presence took
total loss. and will meet there her sister, Mrs. it. He said that it is too most a visit to her son, Dr. L. F. Bla- was in Ocala Monday, and
hotel must have been a L. M. Raysor of Lowell spent
1 over the John Brown, of Fernandina, and they marvelous gourd vine he has ever lock, and her daughters, Mrs. W. C. ko was in Ocala'Monday, and will not
blanket
She threw a double I I Sunday in Ocala with his family.rrf .
it. will all have a pleasant visit together. eeen. Bull and Mrs G. L. Taylor. return until today.
smothered
flame and
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HARRIS, Editor.P. visit, and is delighted example I'
V. Leavengood, Business set among the hills. the drink question is of- DEALERS I :
Twen-
of Norway.
case
dur- he says of it:
failed "The Citot the Seven .': ago that! country was & -- .'
drunken in Europe; now it I
Hernando :: II
the capital of i IN THE LINE
-- I EVERYTHING OF
.. sober. This great change WE CARRY
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; of the most
no doubt one
: : ,. ; the workings of a new s>s- | '
/ Suits j ji
':': ..: .{ out" if not the most the liquor trade !! House Furnishings | Parlor i

... .j;. No- ies in the ::;state and i: Art and Mattings. | In Leather, Upholstered and RgecRoom .
.' : adopted in Norway :some Rugs Squares
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'" \ of all from any other piace
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\,' "-t \:. here in i early seventies, beginning '!Dining Room Suits
" 4: 'J ;: has ever seen Bed Suits

,;:, ..if.;."., ,IJ 1'.1. (\\V-Ir--, .-s--- instead of a level of the small towns where Birch, of all kinds-Monogany and Oak.China .
oJ In Birdseye
.,.. .... ... \' hills : was very rife a sys- i Mahogony
.l. .v j.uct. I Bap- seven large upon I
. '.1/''.'. .'',"..._ "... ',"J.: 'If't: >..-..........' ..-.... .' '. l.2':.,.-.1:',..., now town ia:: built, and one '! the liquor problem Maple and Oak. ond Crockery fI

.J, .:: .. .,,r -J.. ..'_.:::."iY_".tt 1 i iL : de- the principal street at : to the principles of local \I I Mission Furniture Complete IIneDinneSets '

.$... ,.it:: square and view miles ;I to this time the license I Odd Pieces and ;
--' In all the different finishes
in force. The pooplof
r" 1 FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 1907 fertile valleys in all then voted to discontinue
.. this are not sand hills, dry j I
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---------- and in favor of a form
loam,
$382- a soil of clay upon
There is going to be a Bryan day 21.50 tation is as healthy and monopoly of the busi \ :i

the Georgia :state fair. coun- is in the valley below. II the outset only spirituous

Brooksviile has a fine ; affected by the change, S
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The diamond fields Arkansas many good stores and ',I in many towns the lighter All! Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portl+ers :

attract widespread excitement. to tels. At the present I' been included in the sys- and Upholstering Goods :

one bank, but another I

The British newspapers scent for course of construction, here said of the Norway Heaters Ranges Cook Stoves ,
,
.: ble for the United States in promi- solidity this building will from an article in the ]: Full Line of Up-to-date Picture, fratne.l :uid l nnfl' .luwd.+l and Picture f

cruise of the fleet in the Pacific anything in any city I Review of 19+6. If the j I II I Moulding. Full stork of ;
.; This is contained in this article
this
ters. is not 'in town as country.many old ![I reliable it can no longer Farm and Turpentine Wagons/ Buggies, Harness and Saddles

If Dade county has been added nom ing long before the war, i there are no instances '
I being made and kept I Exclusive sale ot the best wagon on earth- the Studebaker.
the dry column, the number of this dence along the country
.j I I And carry the very best hue of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.:
As
counties can now be written with heard since the freeze of external regulation. a 't

single figure. when the orange trees I( fact, the whole of Norway

and died in a single changed from a hard-drink-

; Senator Frazier of Tennessee ville, like many other well-nigh sober people by ,
1
; that William J. Bryan will receive ida, has been dreaming law and social control. 3i

democratic nomination for lega- past and is just now in question is called I the |i Brick. Lim '. Plaster, i

ty acclamation. is fact that life is what we company management. a I BuildingMaterial Hair : :ShindiesCementa Paints t aijd I

and that bere is one of which is primarily a ('onI I

Throwing the Floridian into jail fields to make it worth ', its first object bking''' I Flintkote Roofing, Oils
; I
a writing poetry may not reform Chris- are fine, rich hammock of sales The sbarehold-! White Lead, Varnishes, Etc. 1 J
poet, but it may cause his fellow East this town. This land is Samlag derive only a nom-
Wall Paper \lauastine and Magnite Wall Paints. ;
oners: to repent.CourierJournal.The rich that it requires I from the trade as distin- !
I I, nj give us a trial. tf ,1\'e will! not be undersold and will Jle e
and fertilizer, and many old its management by pri j
f I '
Jacksonville Metropolis has both that have not been I or companies for pri Mclver & Mackay. !

"Date" county for Dade county. de- the freeze of 1894-95, are i

county is not bad, for dates healthy and bearing fruit. I do not go to the com 1.
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abundantly down in that section because there is so I but are distributed 151! -

Florida. plans be bought cheap, and I to the community, 20' per I I ( ;

why has it not been objects, for which the i!

The president has not yet wife a the many who are is not legally bound to i uLLT8, ,, s .
i
ed in killing a bear in the at from the cold north in remaining 65 per cent. to :

canebrakes He will just have is summer climate. The to accumujate, as a fund IcxppJ w a

come to Marion county-that's lies in the fact that this of insurance against ; PRCPA1D tj

there is to it.Si1rerplated. -Tal- not been thoroughly I and accident. tl ti

years until of late, when has a right to vote

:; ware should not trade was organized, and years whether to continue, PGEPAIDM1tA2Q i i

cleaned: with soap, as it gives it that at work. Two weekly the system. There

leaden color. For tarnished in printed here, the no return to the old plan. 'fi

wet a little Spanish whiting with I even the Brooksville Star, the changes haw aI 'f'I i

, monia and rub carefuully; to-date and are a credit most part toward prohi- I mr$4L

polish with fine whiting.Mr. on \ille and Hernando counToo is more than once noticed
1
afford board of trade that the changes in the

:: Frederick J. Haskin, the ly doing good work, and I the people under this new 1

newspaper correspondent, within I indications Brooksville amounted to a revolution, '1

past yeuhas touched upon ,- I one of the leading fruit where the monopoly is .iI29
.i
known subject, and he embellishes .X'r I shipping points in Florida.President not generally wine t\'

I erything be touches He is an ,. is The a I i'S' nor even a complete mo $ t1
esting and instructive writer. of Board of spirits.

in I Miss., Endorses the regulations it is men- .

t the I Jackson, Miss., Aug. I bars are from 9 a. i
Another bothersome question open
; to I CHAS BLUM & COMPANY
Dear Sir-Yours of the j
will confront the president upon i noon, and from 1:30: to 7 I
pock fore me, asking what ef
return to Washington is one I f .' Saturdays they are open Jacksonville Fla.KNIGHTVMARTJN
(: by the midshipmen just out of : dry" [i 1 tion has had in our city m., when they are closed .
son rial standpoint. In reply 'I
; natal academy Several of the at 9 a. m. They are I
: it was the opinion of man) day before holidays and -
dies
want to marry and their : i I ,;
. barely support them I I zens that when our on those days. No in-I '

:, ; --- -- I :J''local'! option our city be served at the bar of-I HARDWARE'
'
,
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secur- roand property \ I
! (. That despair begins with youth '! once in three hours. The
i
.. Russia is shown by the 114 Fran- I ]but I to the contrary, two special police
i rail ]have increased from one
to detect smuggling
; of school children reported for
' ,. i theji 1! 1 three[ hundred per cent, I
: A little knowledge of the state of I ( ) and partly to repress -
;; law. j ]location population I e-
. ; our It
i fairs in the empire seems to be a : refuses to give cred- r
i -s, to ed from nine thousand
. gerous thing. Yet the Russian !I to persons under eigh-
any I thousand in seven years.
. out must be in a large way intoxicated persons, and
'q education. ( these j further[ that almost every drinkers to tarry after i COAt I

_. ---- I I acknowledges that it is been served. Its bar shops I i /
of our city to
Keen interest centers in the editor advantage repellant in their plain the T. \V. :Smith K Co. Old! Stand. Gt
gle for th control of the Illinois | I(:'J.i lion. all advantageous attrac- ,
with People from all over OCALA FLORIDA 1 '
avoided. ,
r tral railroad between l:. II. I
II ,
others[ who have children
is
and his friends and the always considered
t headed by Stuyvesant Fish, of I I educate: are moving here the profits counter attrac- Come and see us when in need of anything in
I :benefit of our public
was to have been Jocided at the :\ public house are promot the way of
politi- social advantages, which
I I
nual meeting of the stockholders I e
not do if their boys :
that company at Chicago yesterday.: I Samlag has in al s
saloons. Farming Implements .
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efforts
lots
Our suburban are
I, According 10 information i and in every case a mo Wire
and beautiful homes ; Fencing
West Virginia. Senator: : Scott, i the bar trade in spirituous ..1.1o
as a not a vacant house in
elimination from the republican I Stoves
I Pumps
When bricks are put
tional committee was thought to I the conclusions of the arti- :
i :! a new building, @
imminent on account of his "while the Samlag system
Guns
tions for rent are had Ammunition
ness to take orders from the satisfy the prohibition ,
"Jun- tion for building is laid. tl
House, may, after all, succeed and has been an aid to Sash ,rBlinds
ma- We have a board of Doors
self. This fact ought to be a 'I I It is regarded by the .
he of over two hundred of
in his cap. as simply a step to pro- (
I ( iness men, which makes it has proved to be so Paint etc. fj
Van- army, all pushing ('*;." \j f.'j tIn
Mr. J. H. Reese associate editor His the upbuilding of our
the Tallahassee Sun, in a letter to the liquor question has tact
and
Pensacola Journal give you any further prominent in our ptUtics. everything usually carried in a first- .1
gives the
order,
will be glad to do so.
r why Governor Brnward may call I Yours truly u.to study} the xptri class Hardware Store.

extra session of thj legislature. or S. J. people, with a \ew; to
ij: that the aiwuprlaiious, ; are sale I what part of th-ir! prac iQ -ro _- -.n--
President Board U 1'J-- ._ m
I \be --.1
exhausted; auothrr is, to have I Igo'ernor's to ob : appropriate| to our sit i
stair hit uiM.runce '! I a! opnoi; M ctus to be i tIt. I -
bei-inne: a la\\ \ i I A STRONG XOI'\irm '.stem, ainl

I I !r\ has proved that (Inu-i ( nig-ilt = lVlartin Co.MeMillan

\\ M. Mears. a Dad county The Garnett (Kansas) home rule is the best! .\\ i i .

et' was given: a hie seuteuce by of I only fights the liquor : '! ; hou-ekteping. But thai I'' >
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Minor S. Jones iu circuit court race news eomnn.rmie arc hmurht ..
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Miami last Friday. Meats was now with their\ jtroiiii'ms.

victed on circumstantial evidence its large display : more certain to I b,"-iuw
Bros.
murdering a negro named Smith I reads: wise and careful t'ulI"id.'r. ttf(

: \kemhlnif, the body to the bottom I you I The Earthquake I thereby come nearest to
Clear Lake near he f At the time of the the .
West Palm majority want -.\. Southern Copper Works
the crime being committed early ( States I Francisco, April 18, 1906, \' Courier-Journal.

spring. Will 3400 Saloons -- ----- -
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Enough is Too Much. Manufacturers of Turpentine
A New York telegram says con- until July 5, 1906, she health a mature man Stills

t. Gen.the army J. Franklin a name Bell, of chief of staff- try, Before the Prchibition quake 130 heat.needs waste] The just and enough supply food energy to and General Metal Workers. VOld 1

habitual
Ky.. is : Enter- on trial in the police con -- .
suffering from nervous I more food than is itertw- "- -
down and is being treated at the sen After the quake the !)-,.! purposes .U the prltno I Stills tiikou in fxchan-o: for now ones. Patcliinthrough -

itarium of tnt champion in Mr. only 4. !; troubles, rheuma the rcuntry a simciaity. Orders by mail

William Muldoon. at White : Now Listen! h Induction>rR of tho kidneys. If two will, r"'PIPromlt attention at either of the or '

where Seretary of State Root was The saloons were : on and' not oppftltw revlno your con f<>llr"Mux works 't
d. cently a patient Maldoon says 1906 and within two : a few (lutes of Chitmhnr
zr Gee Cell Is much improved. are erage number of men and Liver Tablctn anti FAYETTEVillE N. C.

r..' .. in police court was.1ttU.! druggist bo all right again m'ur JACKSONVILLE, R.A SAVANNAH MOBILE ALA GA t- f K !t





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: Local and Personal I Mr. J. L. Parker, an up-to-date farmer I i A Birthday Celebration i Tragedy at Cedar Key Sunday I ,

near Old Fort King, left on I I On Saturday October IH, the CCH- : At about 12:3n: o'clock Sunday af-j i THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS B0NK}

our table yesterday a bottle of syrup t Iren and grandchildren of Mr. and I IUrs. '
Sera Eiuabeth: Harris, Local Editor t ernoon at Cedar Key C. W. Webster,
made from Japanese sugar cane. It !! ; C. C. Priest met at their parents' Incorporated Capital $50OOO
J shot and mortally wounded Mrs. ,
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is very clear and has a beautiful color j 1 lame in Anthony to give them a pic- i

Mrs. Dr. Henry of Lake Weir was and Mr. Parker says fs equal to the j I i iI i iI lie dinner in honor of Mrs. Priest's I)d. F. Porter, then turned the revolver __ J

shopping ia Ocala Wednesday. I Florida can syrup. lie has taken I II ,;ixti.:th birthday anniversary. The c:m himself, inflicting a wound from ORGANIZED FOR SUCCESS i it

-. I great pains with it, and says that is (lay was an ideal one, beautiful and which he died two hours later. Mrs.

Mr. John W. Wells of Crystal River what is necessary in its manufacture.We I right, which added happiness to tbe Governed by Intelligent Conservatism
I Jorter is still unconscious and pbysi- .
was in Ocala Wednesday attendingto shall test it and report upon its I learts of those who met at that pleas-
Our Customers
We Stand
business matters. merits. (:ians she: has no chance for recovery. By .
lOt home on that day.

t Mrs. Priest received her guests inter I Co details of the tragedy can be T. T. MUNROE, President. : 0;

:Mr. E. S. I'pham of South Lake Rev. C. C. Carroll of this city was Z. C. CHAMBLISS Vice President.
I usual p1-a-ing manner. I earned as there were no eye witness

Weir is numbered among our new conspicuous in the wet and dry cam When the hour for dinner was an-\\ t's, but it is thought that the young A. E. GER1G Cashier.

:o.uVrTilHTs and gives us a word of paign in Citrus county, and if 'com-I !lounced, the tables were spread un- --- 1 ,
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I nan, who was infatuated .
iiuragenient lug events cast their shadows before, k-r larger in the
II a chinabcrry tree
I 1 Dorter had his suit rejected, and this FAIRFIELD FACTS +o. ......+... .....+......... 1 J
'I ) tells a tale that will be repeated in card.! The tables} fairly LT.;aned, 1111- i '..
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,.dy was the result. Later news
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After having spent se"eralay !: Mari-tn county, as Mr. Carroll v.i ill! ler the sumptuous feast. Everything'I' H
: :;Sys :hat Mrs. Porter has since died. Special Cor. Ocala Banner: BIGGEST LINEOF
very pleasantly in Ocala "Goldennod" in the "thicket of the fzht"
bpr..I :?owl :o f'.a.ll OIK cud mention j ,
-------- Messrs. R. T. Crouch and Dr. G. G. ),
has returned to her baronial Following the wit, satire and '.1. ,rh;>rt'. and I am sure we all did .:
elo-I' For Chronic Diarrhoea. Randall were vi.-itors to OcalaVJ- 1
home at Rutland. I quence of this distinguished orator that dinner. .
:justice to grand j jAfter ,'While in the army in 1SC3 I was nt'iday.: !
are anticipating a "dry drouth," a I dirtner social conversation j 11 aken. with -chronic diarrhoea" ays ;
Mrs. W. J. Lohrig nf Ocala was in ,
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Mrs. D. B. Morrison of Morristonand I "frost;" indeed, we are expecting a'freezeout" ''as enjoyed by all. i i I ieorge M. Feiton, of South Gibson, .
Miss Bessie Wade of Montbrook ]Pa "I have since tried many reme- our town this week spending a few :s t
when
I to everything liquid We also listened to some nice music j
lies but without permanent relief un- days with her son, Mr. 0 G. Lobng.Mr. .
were among the out of town shopper: I the votes shall have been counted. ,[n the phonograph. Mrs. Priest was : \iAICHES
I 14 11 Mr. A. W. Miles of this place per- : and Mrs. T. ). Mills; of FI> nt-
1 in Ocala Wednesday. Jje recipient of a number of beautiul -J ,iuaded me too try Chamberlain's Colic .
ington was in our town Friday >-\ n' ,
:Messrs. T. E. Lee and S. C. Civils of j jSparr : birthday gifts. : Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, i

Mrs. Emma A. White and her companion were transacting business in Those who were prt sent were Mr. I 4:me bottle of which stopped it at ing. FOR \
For sale by all druggists m Mr. L. L. Smith was in the Orange .
4:mce.
I Miss Ella Erwin, of Citra, Ocala Wednesday, and the latter en :md Mrs. C. C. Priest, Mr. Walter I
Springs section Monday.
who bare spent the summer at Ben- rolled his name on our subscriptionlist. Priest, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Priest and
I : Some years ago Messrs. Charles Miss Della Smith returned to her .
nettsville, S. C., have: returned home. Mr. Lee and his daughter Wy- heir: three children, Mr. and Mrs. 1 i. Jones and Mr. John Temple II school at Bay Lake Monday.Mr. l LADIES[ AND O GENTLEMAN[ [ U ;

nona expect to leave Sparr next week John Priest and their child. Mr. and ;
I Graves were citizens of Florida. One I O. G. Lohrig has been: ill for
The marriage of Miss Hazel filler and make their home in Tampa for Mrs. Clarenc Prif>?t and their two
I 'was editor of the Jacksonville the past few days but we are glad to _, t1tL. I ; :'
formerly ot this city, and Mr. Irving several month Mr. Civils will visit children. Mr. Carl Priest Mr. and I ...
rimes and the other was editor of i that he is now better. wt.
say: *
Fies was a very brilliant social event Tampa at the same tim. ? for the pur- :Mrs. J. B. Irhy and their child, )lr.l i ) ;
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I he Jacksonville Union. The'papers Mr. H. W. Nettles of Flemington I '
taking place in Birmingham, Alabama, pose of replenishing tba stock of Edvin Priest and11". Ed Irby. I consolidated Mr. V
were afterward was in our little town Friday evening. ;,
Wednesday night.Mrs. goods for his store at Sparr. Mr. Foy C. M. Murphy, who is Mrs. Priest's
11,Jones becoming editor: of the consolidated I think that Mr. H. G. Yongue will
Register who is on a visit to his uncle
)- 1 )!dtt daughter, was not present. Graves assisted bt.l.
paper and Mr. have to get an automobile very soon
: J. H. Butler and daughter of Mr. Lee, will return to Tampa at Th3 day so pleasantly spent is one I ..._
in the establishment of the: Metropo- to carry the mail from Fairfield to :
Romeo and Mrs. Lynes and childrenof the same time. ong to be remembered. When the I :
is. Later :Mr. Jones was made chief Reddick, and accommodate all of his THE JEWELER.
Archer, were in Ocala Wednesdayon : hour: came for departure we all left I ,editor of the New York World and .

a shopping expedition, and were Mr. IL D. Stokes and Mr. John Rossof wishing Mrs. Priest many more happy passengers.Mrs. .eo............. ........
,:afterwards became editor and ownerf E. S. Smith has been quite ill
.; pleasant callers at too Banner office. Gaiter, on the Witblacoochee river returns of the day.
: I, tbe St. Louis Republican and for some time but we are glad to say .
.) were in town Wednesday, and the i ONE WHO WAS PRESENT.
changed its name to the St. Louis that she is able to be up again.
Major and Mrs. L. T. Izlar arrived former renewed his subscription to I I
Elepublic. Now Mr. Jones' rival is Dr. H. Gatrell is up again and is Tinware. Crockery,
home yesterday afternoon from South this paper, and among other things A Pretty Wedding at Shady
I ailed to become chief editor of the looking after his business affairs after Hardware. Glassware,
Carolina. Mrs. Izlar has been spend- said that he had produced more than The home of H. W. Douglass at
\\r. the World's
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Sew York American a brief illnesss. COW BOY.
ing the past six weeks with relativesat 75 bushels of sweet potatoes on a Shady, five miles south of Ocala, was great; rival. We don't always know.

Blackville and Spartanburg and quarter of an acre of land, and he I the scene of a very pretty wedding !
V prophet is very frequently more The Knickerbocker Trust ('otl1paI1ew \'.
the major went up about a fortnightago said that he finds a ready: sale for Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock. The | We
honored abroad than at home. :\ York's second largest banking: Fishel
to attend to some legal matters them: at $1.20 per bushel. Next year contracting parties were Miss Loral I I Says :
accustomed to engage -
Ittle editors were institution had an unprecedented: run
and incidentally to see his daughter he is going to plant several acres. I Douglass: and Mr. James Jasper Kno- i with these emi- .
in wordy duels last Tuesday. The officers of the institution i,
antI other relatives. Like all other farm crops, the price block, and the ceremony was performed .I
lent editors the same as if they were anticipating a run. pro*''.led >
of potatoes is very much more than It I by Rev. Robert V. Atkisson pastor ''' none too
i' so bigger than tbe balance of us. On with what they thoug t was an amp':*' i I THE BEST };oud for
There is one very general and universal was a few years ago and perhaps of the Methodist church of this city. : :
what dangerous ground we sometimes supply of funds, but after pa> ing out you. pot -
criticism made about our there is more money in potatoes than I The home was very prettily decorated !! tread. eight millions had to close\ the bank's idedou get the bes.t gordnatthengnt

court house and that is to finish it off in any other crop. We note that the I and the simple ceremony was pnce... ( orne toEISIIEL'S
doors. The bank may be able to open
We hope that the price of potatoes in Tampa is two witnessed by the relatives and a few
it needs a flagstaff. i
Carter of the Jacksonville -
I Editor W. R. its doors as it is believed it i U entirely -
\ count, commissioners, baring done dollars per bushel. It is an easy crop. I of the special friends of the young I Metropolis is still in a very crit- solvent. DEPARTMENT STORE

everjfibing about it so nicely, will grown and too yield is enormous. couple and afterwards a splendid supper i ica condition, having been recently to do trac ilYou can get
your :
t meet this objection by ordering the I. was enjoyed.Mr. i operated upon for appendicitis. His The Tampa Tribune calls Editor almost anything: )'..u ui't-d to wear

erection of the flagstaff, as the cost One of our valued readers said to and Mrs. Knoblock drove to friends throughout the state are toping Eagle a "scamp.:' In tOO "olden or to furnish \our home right at

I will be merely nominal. us yesterday that he saw where Act- Ocala shortly after the wedding and I that he will fight off the grim days" this would have been sufficient : this store and y,.u won't hato

ing Mayor Robertson would not begin 'went on through the country to Martin i I run all over town to get what you
and
forcoffee
the for
reaper. He is now in prime the preliminary arrangements ; want. We'll treat right.
r' work on his proposed brick residence I : where they are now receiving the ; I you
of Belleview : But
Mr. John W. Coulter vigor of manhood, and is occupyinga I and all the concomitants.
until after the wet and dry election congratulations and best wishes of I Ii
Wednesday usefulto
had quite an experience position where he is most that was in the ideal age before the -- -- -- -

morning:: in Ocala. He was driving a for the reason that if the county went their: friends.Mr. I his state. He has built up a fine I i South had drifted into the current of I

.' the dry he was afraid that Mere would Knoblock is in the mercantile: i : 1'F ISH EL
wh
it paying commercialism.
team of mules, and n near ttewwspaper, and has on a coarse
became be a depreciation in property values, businesss at Martin and is also en-: world
the mules looks a
Commercial Bank basis and out upon :
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frightened: and turned suddenly, I and he would await developments. As gaged in trucking and is one: of the I rich and bright and beautiful with NOTICE OF ELECTION -Dry ---

an off-set to this he said that two most substantial and best liked: i --- : Goods. Shoes,
team.
the
Mr. Coulter out of hope and promise.
throwing and taken prominent: turpentine and lumber operators young men in that section, and in i i For Creating a Special Tax Road District -j: Clothing, Millinery,
Mr. Coulter was picked up i at Cootton Plant :
had purchased beautiful lots winning the hand of Miss Douglass he I NOTICEOf -
into the Commercial Bank, where be Notice is hereby given that an elec-1
attended to by Dr. S. II. Blitch. : in the residential section of the city ; is indeed fortunate. I Ii : tion is called and will be held at Cot- j I NOTICEOf

was without any ser and were waiting for the result of the i Among the guests at the weddingwere I Application .for Tax Deed Under : ton Plant Florida at the usual voting j

Luckily he escaped election before erecting nice dwellings .! : Mr. and Mrs. Gus Morton of Wil- Section S of Chapter 4S8S, Lawsof i place during the hours from 8i! Application for Tax Deed Under
several seJ.re i
\ 'ls injuries but received o'clock a. m., to sundown of \!
Section 8 of Chapter 4S88, Lawsof
thereon. If the county goes dry liston, uncle and aunt of the bride; I II Florida
cuts and bruises. Monday, December 4th, A. D. 1907 i I Ii Florida
will begin building immediately; I Mrs. R. D. Medlin of Williston Mr. that F. A.
they Notice is hereby given i for the purpose of creating a special j I Notice is hereby given that J. W.

GOODS? if it goes wet they will build else- Newton Knoblock of Martin father of Norton and P. A. Fort purchasers of : tax road district to be known as the't tor ison, purchaser of tax certificate

CAN WE DELIVER THE where. the groom and the groom's two brothers tax certificate No. 2354, dated the 7th Cotton Plant special tax road district. : NTo. 1946. dated the 7th day of Au .

I : Messrs. John and Morris Kno- ; day of August. A. D. 199. have filed The boundaries of the said road district gust. A. D. 1S99 and No. 5C5; dated
j Thousands of students in the very I to be as follows: j i June 5, 1905. bas filed said certificatesin
MILLINERYAs block also of Martin. I II said certificate in my office and have Commencing at the southeast corner -
./ offices of the country: : I my office and has made application
best business the I l 1 1i made application for tax deed to issuein of section 4, township 16 south of for tax deed to issue in accordance

) hundreds of court reporters doing is well known in this section i Mr. Patrick Todd Randall of Connor : accordance with law. Said eerifi- range 2ft, east thence running north : with law. Said certificates em- .

most difficult work; expert government : this store has always carried the visited: Silver Springs Sunday in cate embraces the following described to the southeast corner of section 4. j hive the following described property
standing with the "I- township 15, south of range 20, east, ,I situated in Marion county, Florida,
stenographers throughout largest stock of Millinery in Ocala. I his steam launch the Winona. He :I property situated in Marion county thence west to the southwest corner', to-wit: : East half of southwest quarter

very best; bookkeepers and this year's supply is by far the I vat accompanied by his family Col. Florida, to-wit: On south side of of section 2, township 15, range 19, '
that of southwest quarter of section 4,
the land. These are evidence finest we have ever had. When looking I R. P. Rogers and family of Lynne. southwest quarter of southeast quarter thence south to the southwest cornerof
goods. No experiment section 2, township 16 south of township 1C, range 21, and north half
we can deliver the for fall headwear, the ladies will and a number of their other friends section 24, 16. south.
others have I : township; range 19, east thence east to pointof of northeast quarter of southwest
about our systems; others stand in their own light if they fail to : in the neighborhood, and at high : range 23 east-20.50! acres. The said beginning, which territory comprises quarter of section C, township 15,

blazed the way; study what inspect our line. Lady clerks in attendance noon spread a sumptuous dinner in land being assessed at the date of the i sections 4. 5 and C of township 21.

have studied; learn what others have will take pleasure in show-I the beautiful woods near-by and spent issuance of such certificate in the 1G, south of range 20. east, and sections rangs
1C. south of The said lands being assessed at
2 of
coursein 1 and township
a
learned. You can complete ing these goods. J. KLEIN. 1 a quiet and most enjoyable day together names of McKinn and Bragg. Unless I range 19. east and sections 7. 8, 9, 16, the date of the issuance of such certificates

shorthand in three months, or you I enjoying tbe beauties and said certificate shall be redeemed according 17, IS, 19, 20, 21. 23, 29, 30. 31. 32 and in the name of Tony Fernandez -

can complete a course of bookkeeping For Sale,-Dr, Marean's Liver Pills pleasures that nature has to offer at to law tax deed will issue 33 of township 15, south of range 20, and Henry Reynolds. Unless

and business training and in four made from Dr. Marean's private for this season of the: year. thereon on the 27th day November, east and sections 11, 12, 13, 14, 23, said; certificates shall be redeemed according -
36 of 15, 2-1.1 to law tax deed will Issue
to hold a position as 25, 26 35 and township
months be fitted mula: have been tested for twenty- .\. D. 1907.Witness of range 19, east, to be known as the thereon on the 28th day of October, u
hoc,V keeper in a bank or any other five years; purely vegetable. Sent I For Chapped Skin. my official signature and Cotton Plant special tax road I A. D. 1907.Witness. :
whether the hands
skin
Chapped on I
'rI concern. Write tt.Athf'ns Business i postpaid on receipt of price. 25 cts a I: or face may be cured in one night by I seal; this the 23rd day of October. A. and to elect three road dIstrict'1 my official signature and
free seal this the 23rd day of September, "
Ga., for large vote on the millage to be ,
lt College, Athens ;box. Address I applying Chamberlain's Salve. It is D. 1907. S, T SISTRUNK,
S. T. SISTRUNK,
A. D. 1907.
and collected for the next two years. )i
catalogue. ,1 Mrs. Beatrice Marean also unequalled for sore nipples. : Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fa.! I 10-4. JOHN L. EDWARDS i Clerk! Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
all
burns and scalds. For sale by
16 East Belmont St. druggists m !111.w::; By H. B F<.y. Jr. D. C ; Chm Board County ('ommis ioners'l 9.27.MEETME -

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Having just returned frum New: Yt'1: ana, oih-r Eastern Markets with a mot' o-mpiete line of Goods, I am now ,'

AT prepared to show to the people lit this sei-tMn ot Fl''ruia such a \ arlety ..f gds as the have never before seen here.

In this tock will be found the greatest agnretiatum of LADIES' SUITS AXL SKIRT in the city. They are hand

f tailored and made of the: be>fabrics obtainable and in the latest fa.hil'nl1l1.l'lnsdering. price and quality they are ji

I i J I( L E I N S being sold as l low as it IS possible to handle this class of go.ds. An Imnt'n e line of J. KLEIN'S E I '



g Men Clothing and Furnishings I

The store that keepseverything

The that always also abounds here, and to attempt to describe them here would take a full page of this paper's space. They must be ",

1. place : seen to be appreciated. Then, too they are being sold at especially attractive prices. Also Boys' Knee Pants Suits in the line

values for sizes 4 to IS. The stock of LADIES' AND MEN'S SHOEb now being shown here cannot be duplicated in Central

'a,, rives full Florida. All kinds, from the highest grade patent leather to the best heavy leather for hard-wearing purposes. Full

line of Dress Goods in all kinds of Silks etc. Underwear for the' whole family may be found here, and in fact everything of Wearing Apparel

( every (I lollar Pot usually kept in first-class Dry: Goods Store. Give me a call and I will sage you money.

As the store is crowded from top to bottom we are compelled to reduce the stock in order to properly for old and young.aV .

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the influence of "Mr. McKinley might die, and thenwe .
mitted while under
WHISKEY MUST GO! t _
z THE OCALA BANNER I when the verdict of murderwas would have Roosevelt." I replied: #
drink,
} man ; Scott' Emulsion strengthens enfecblcM! "'; ....
fixturein rendered against him exclaimed: I "Then we will have the greatest | 0 'J
Slavery seemed a permanent .
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FRANK HARRIS, Editor. II I all governments, but in the economy "This will kill mother." And so it is. 1 for president that we have ever had.I : 8 nursing mothers by increasing their flesh ai,1 :f
assure
and sor- j He has confirmed my prophecy. I j .
.; i P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. The disgrace and huimliation I II q.
of God there came a time for itlto' heaviest I I do not stand alone. I ,
heartthrobs fall you j
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go and it is no more. wonder I' Rev.) ROBT. V. ATKISSON. j
t:. ; i upon the women, and it id no (
Sl very existed on the earth as far wOO are beading Ocala, Fla., Oct. 14. IV :
pY back as history reaches. It was here that they are the ones It provides baby with that necessary fat ;;
that
tidal wave
4t' tt, v of the Ptolomies i in the prohibition I MR. EDISON'S LATEST INVENTION I
I during the reign II *
I I Egypt. It was here during the Jewish is now sweeping over the South. I ql and mineral food for healthy growth.
j
Speaking of which the Indianapolis .

I dispensation, when that peculiaripeople News says: I !1'i ALL DRUGGISTS: 60o. AND Sl.OO. c) :

i was under a tb. cracy. It was Mr. Thomas A. Edison the world'swonderful
"It is significant of an awakening I 4tr OOI

; j incorporated in the government of theI and a powerful moral sentiment. inventor, has been at work OO OOOOOO

Roman empire, when it dominated i I
I That it should have its greatest momentum for several years past on an inventionfor j i
, the policy of the world. It existed in I
in the South has not yet cheapening the building of houses
1 lall the British possessions, crossed j

i! the Atlantic and found a habitat i iI inI ceased to puzzle the North. But and has at 1 last perfected the same. .1

there are many typical American Ocala House Wine Roons. frflLLEGHANY

.< OC'T I i the new world. communities in the South and these He says toot with the applianceshe ) 00I
{ FRIDAY 25 1907 i
Slavery existed in Philadelphia during communities have felt the curse of has invented it will be possible.

the life time of William Penn,
:. -- -- the liquor business a't its worst, and build in twelve hours a three-story I TRY OUR -
and it also existed in Boston, after ,
The orange crop of California Is es doubtless feel that the time for a house, large enough for three families
wards the hotbed of the antislaverycrusade. e
,,. timated at thirty thousand cars. change has come. At any rate, the
to occupy, the cost of which will be s
temperance movement in the South OLD
The "father of his country" was aslave only $1000. These houses will be -
Florida gives her poets thirty days. is a real force, and may become a 1.-,
Indeed slavery existedin o
'. owner. factor in the civilization built of cement, and will be indestructiHe. -,
This comes much cheaper that a monument permanent
every state in the American unionas The roofs and floors, door-
-Atlanta Constitution. of that section of our country.

late as 1S00. There are other considerations why sills and windowsills, steps and everything PURE 1{
-- -- RYE.
Those who favored it were not
the sale of whiskey should cease about the house, except a
Cholera is reported to be rapidlyincreasing without argument for its justificationand
re here. It is adding to the demoralization few wooden strips attached to the
in the Russian
provinces
continuance. It had existed in
floors for the of nailing da wn
f r of Kiev, Chernigov and Ekaterionosiav. Bible times and was condoned if not of our labor conditions. purpose
k will be of cement. Mr. Edi Put 4 full Ots I
k* commended by the scriptures. It is having as bad an effect upon carpets up x

the negroes as opium is having upon son says there will no longer be any
/ Slavery was recognized in the constitution -
the Chinese, and is intensifying thrace e necessity for insurance in communities
"There are no parties now, says of the United States. The in Fancy Cartoons '=
problem. that may adopt his plan of build
Editor Watterson. So he will start slave was regarded as a chattel, and
Then, too, if all the communities in ing.
his dark horse on an unbridled course. the slave owner was protected by all!l Delivered
Florida would vote dry, which seemslikely Too moulds for the building of at your
- -Atlanta Constitution. the laws of the land. Slavery seemed
and leave Marion wet Ocala these concrete structures, however,
__ permanent and secure. .
will be overwhelmed with barrooms, will cost $30,000, but the contractor Express Office :

i' ca The president has at last killed hisbear But as the world became more and and will attract to it what PresidentRoosevelt who purchases a set of moulds will

in the canebrakes of Louisiana. more civilized and Christianized, slavery describes as "undesirable be in a position to construct hundredsof

. It was a she one but then it were : was more and more looked uponas citizens," who will keep out the more houses every year and the moulds For S3.20 -:

better than none at all. an evil and although hedged about desirable ones, and cause many who will last: indefinitely. j'

-- by a strong public sentiment and having are already with us to abandon us and Mr. Edison has also completed bis

of the United :irRegular
" the constitution
. We hope that the Sun editors will seek homes where different condi storage battery and says that they
and Bible behind it defensive $1.00 Quart Whiskey write fort
States as a
|
not become so oured that they will tions exist. will be put on the market in December ;
fortifications in the trial of its
,
not want their editorial brothers to :Marion county cannot afford sucha and he expects them to drive on Price list.
of avail, and 1 complete
strength no
they were 4
.say pleasant things about them. distinction. the truck horses in every city i in .J
11 slavery, with its long line of traditions '*
\\ a hope that Marion county, come which these storage batteries are

Russia's revenge is certain: Japan had to go before the march of weal or come woe, will lock arms used, as they will carry twice the
an awakened. public conscience. Ocala House Wine Rooms. j
may not have another treasury-de with her neighboring counties and load at considerably less expense.
Whiskey stands in the same category -
pleting war, but sbe is fixing for an L follow the motto of John Adams: The great inventor has ceased experiments
with slavery.: It has also its t
F international exposition. Atlanta I II "Stand or fall together!" in radium, as he feared .;
I traditions. We are told that Washington OCALA FLORIDA. t '
Constitution. that to continue his investigations _
manufactured it and that
.. t The Ocala Banner talks about would cause him to lose bis eyesight. It
all the of land served -- r
great men our
A Washington syndicate writer, "heavy, drowsy, clumsy newspapers He says he is now taking more care THE i
I it as occasion warranted it, and it
who is plainly subsidized by the prohibition in Tampa," which surprises us much, of himself and instead of working I
had its place on every sideboard
party, declares! that snakebite coming from a veteran expert in jour twenty hours per day he has limitedhis
and the wine at the marriage
{ is almost never fatal to man and supperin nalism. We doubt if any city in the working hours so that he can de Hardware
Cana ]has become familiar.At Marion
m rarely injurious.-Courier-J. United States of near the same popu vote six hours to sleep, and no man ) Coigpagy
one time whiskey was untaxedby
lation can show a local press super enjoys sounder or more profound i
r
the government and was sold promiscuously ior to the three dailies in Tampa slumber than does the great Edison. I Ii

Frank Mayes, editor of the Pensa- in evtfty crossroads store. i
They are quite unlike each other, but -- -HEADQUARTERSAmerican -j
But in the of God, like the
cola Journal has discovered a man economy
all excellent. entertaining and in MR. JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES' '

who he be elected doom pronounced against slavery, a .it
says can governor
structive, fully covering the news GREAT PROMOTION Wire
of Ficrida. If we may be permitted doom has been pronounced against Fencing, .:5
field and particularly strong on their :

to hazard a guess we will say that his whiskey, and, like slavery, it too,
editorial pages. We thoroughly like Mr. John Temple Graves, tbe eloquent Sash, Doors and Blinds
is S. Liddon. must go.
name Benj.
our Tampa exchanges and always tear
Y I and gifted editor of the Atlanta
It will be remembered that it
wasa
Paints. Oils -'"
the wrapper off with the certainty and, Varnishes -
,
Georgian, has received an eminent
woman who aroused the
The date for the "coming out" convention greatest of finding something good in them.

for state candidates has beeu sentiment against the existence.of Live Oak Democrat. promotion, which refletcs an honor Mill and Mining Supplies, \1

finally fixed for the 14th of :Novem slavery. This woman organized a Seems to us that they have losttheir 1 upon the South. Mr. Graves has been

ber. Many will come out at that crusade and quickened the public con oldtime breeziness and sparkle, selected by Mr. William Randolph Turpentine Snpplies,

time, but the "set out" will take science against it, and it is the: wo-
place but they regained a little touch of it Hearst to conduct the editorial
wen who are organizing the crusadeand management Improved Farming Tools'O
several uonths later. "Many are during the L'Engle-Knight-Stovall )
quickening the public conscience of the New York Americanhis -
called, but few are choen.-Palatka; farce comedy. Tampa is not big'

News. against-. whiskey._. I enough yet for its newspapers to ) favorite newspaper.Mr. GET OUR PRICES
TIle excitement WhIch is now so intense I
Graves has
this brilliant
grow over stately and heavy. I accepted '
all over the South is largely
} "Establish your mills in the Sea offer and is to receive a salar
due to the active interest the wo-
Island cotton belt" said WANTS BRYAN TO ADOPT PROHIBITION
a prominent of $15,000
men have manifested in the per annum.
s English nunufaeuirer to the editor of prohibi Mr. Hearst has Marion Hardware
eight
tion campaign. In all the:. elections newspapers, Company I

the Index, at Atlanta, "and you put hitherto held in Alabama, in Georgiaand all of which have large criculations,

us out of Im inps!;. Xo, sir. We To the Editor of the World: and many of the editorials intendedfor
in some of the towns in Florida
i would not go into it. We wouldn't Mr. Roosevelt is often spoken of in the American are simultaneously -
: scenes have: been enacted so novel

give you a cudgel t crush our skulls." I and impressive that they will never the South for a third term, and thereis printed in; all the others, so Mr.

-Lake City Inlln. be forgotten. The women have headed a strong, deep current running that Graves will not infrequently speak to !


The political I pot is beginning to stances these have movements almost taken and in possession some in- way. Multitudes cf business men locally more Mr. than Graves four says million be was readers appointedto daily. i 'Sold by KNIGHT a LANG, Ocala FlaYou /' \

boil at every point in Florida, and the acting with the democratic par- this lofty and j ,
{of the polls, and by their earnestness commanding position
"dear iH-epul" will ba fooled and humbugged j ty would be glad to see him have it. because of Mr. Hearst's love for the see these words on nearly every wagon that drives by
and'! enthusiasm have carried I your
the
for day He has. I door, and the same could be said
nearly a year before the for temperance. steadily grown upon them. I South and because he wanted to be i of Carriages, Buggies and Harness.

primary election. Already the: field is' They feared him at first but now they in There must be a reason for this-and there is-a
a position to do something for this good one: When we

full of candidates for governor and I I For instance, the Asheville Citizen trust him above other possible candi-'I section and this was the controllingand began doing business with the people of this vicinity we decided to

United States senator, with somebody thus describes the scenes that were 1 dates. He is openly called by manyof paramount reason impelling Mr. J handle only a line of goods that would need no apology. The result i

"spoken of for all the other offices. witnessed in that city where the jjo- them the greatest president the Graves in his acceptance of the fiat- is apparent already. We reasoned that we could not afford to handle

SL LUCIP II hibitionvote became almost unanimous the Shears, Sawbuck
Tribune. country has ever had. tering offer. f & Co.'s, or mail order house quality of goods,

: There seems to be but little hopeof as we must do business with our
Mr. Graves neighbors
and not
4 was once a citizen of with customers a
Editor I "Asheville voted for prohibition by the democratic party electing a thousand miles distant .Our lines
Appleyard of the Index announces I Florida. He was at one time manag have been carefully selected. Our

that he has: gotten $15,0001 i ia tremendous and astounding major president. Mr. Bryan has the largest ing editor of the Union in Jacksonville

pledged as a starter for the yarn mill I Ihe ity, amid scenes so remarkable thati following. Mr. Bryan is a great and I before its consolidation with the WHITE HICKORY FARM AND TURPENTINE

: is i they may never again be witnessed, good man, they say, but if he shouldbe :
working for at Lake City. Good j I Times, was one of the founders of the

for Brother Thomas. The fellow that !!and certainly never forgotten by the elected president under the exist- Metropolis and was a presidential WAGONS #

i people. Seizing tOO polls at daylight, ing conditions he could do but little.I .
does not like him-faults and | elector from i
allisw1' ; this state, and his friends' are built and sold
on honor.
active and well organized women and see no hope for Mr. Bryan's election : We carry a full line _
j
ng constitutionally, temperamentally j are legion throughout Florida.We of. :
? children absolutely captured the city unless the democratic party adopts a
I or mora y.-Arcadia News. j
I hope that he will more
and there never was a moment from prohibition plank in its platform. No than.I EVERYTHING I IN VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIES
measure to the
I up expectations of i I
- daylight till dark when they did not party, having been out of as We have
If power his friends HARNESS for
Lake
City gets that $400,000 in his new position and the Florida' mule
!dominate the situation. As demon- : as well as for the
a long as it has has ever into i driver $1000
yarn factory, it will give her a payroll gone power will accelerate the movements that I !I!I See us for anything in our lines and we 'J
I stratton of their resistless power, the moral issue. } assure you that We will
except on some great strive to .f
please
and other are now : you and "make
big advantages which pushing the South along I i good'''
i election will be a monument Singing so 3 Yours
The South is for prohibition. Mr. very truly
may be helpful to Live Oak by i many lines of development. I
way II III :
of I praying, cheering, hundreds of i I Bryan is a model man in his moral I
example. We must have some fac- KNIGHT
i them at the polling places blocked 2 LANG.
life. He might command the solid .
tories if we are" t,) keep on growing j I I Broward's:! NerveIt i'--. I
i the streets and swept in a stream of South possibly, with Mr. Rooseveltas .
It not, where is the additional I it said that Governor sw.e -. --.v --,.
trafleto Broward I ... ..
,!votes as resistless: as too Atlantic his opponent: be can do so with -S..aa. ?M w'W1.MIf-......... -
.
come from?-Ine Oak Democrat. I will be a candidate for United States i I --
tide. 'I \
candidate
other of. He
"The antis were amazed and any spoken j senator in the next primary. How I PHONE* : No.
A par- stands a chance to break into the solid i] 932r
governwr.t; f-xpor' reportsthat: ahzed I ; can he expect the next legislature to
by the tactics, and !
practicallyt t
i North on this issue and tariff re- i
> be
m timber on the Mindanao tracalone governed by the
surrendered! before the polls had been I primary when he "w m.u remr
i form. This strikes me as the only! --
is \>-<.irth $'4,"'>+o Stu 10.> The trees has just ignored the will of the -.ovw....
o:'-n an hour They vere helialcssn i chance for Mr. Bryan anti democracy : pea- i
in the phi nllin.! < ''::l', (> -PI apt bye pie of Dade county by PURE FOOD ,
: appointing
and couli';r! only stare in bowiWcrmcat] i iwhon to win. And the inconsistency of the i L MARKET
-
jslaah"t I >\MI siHi )<>, man who received! the
re'ytsted: : aiiho'j'd <]! smallest! ]
they air S '.'ODg'Wf't' i' nnm-
men, men1of democracy and probv;; iiion is not so "l'E"'m* .en.4sawu
for'-'' ber ? ,
now t>p mil eno"gh of votes of the three ? .. _
candidates | .
determination i aR
and
conviction come glaring it was a few STALLS -
as years
adval1 II ago. j gunning' 1 & :3 :
n if he
prf'a: f1 should
t'sItxample to the: polls and votes the other succeed in securing CITY
: .. of vanulioiii. way. Temperance rtfonu has swept the. MARKLT;

They were besought with, entreaties, !i: field of democracy's stronghold. If' a majority in the primary he I BEST FLORIDA AND
would feel
: outraged if the WESTERN
's-ongs were !sung' to them, scores of :Mr. Bryan will declare himself fortemperance ; legislature
If : on *iu, anv t'ouMas: to whi: ih- children i should elect one of his opponents 5
!
massed around them and reform and i
against the Beef
er r"o!vh'tiou: n-.i'y' prohibit?. ;: childis-h! on'' 'Key West Citizen. i J PQI% Muttoi

T-ild lx" tVr ivrvve'i: bv cor-ut-you! them." handurged* tickets I!' will present create system an enthusiasm of liquor that traffic will be hej I :. i I I I), lamb -end Veal.! =

Ing f. coup'e: of "wagrPr, club houseVec Similar > j Manufactured in Ocala -'- -
scenes as described abovei hard -
to overcome even by Mr. Roosevelt. -
\pt-rt of the "b'L) ti;t>r" order who i;: were noted at Palatka and at Valdosta : I Do you know that we are making j I! A R 1\,1 0 U R s

:' are now :in the Volnpia county jail, un- and the 1 cement brick m' Ocala. which : S
; same results were record- ).r. Tluo-'M'l: commands more are su-i
Jcr c::::,nee of fine wa- period in lasting "Star" Ham
a $1000 and
each, or Jed. .".. quality to other Breakfast
1 any
v' :: z. :xrat:* than any other rehuuican. Bacon
c:' > y<'.;r aeh in the county l ,, make of brick i Vienna
jail, im- on the
The market j
women feel and
j a deep interest Inj i He suits us. We leant ; we I ,
porad oy Judge Isaac A. Stewart of!. ,t can sell them as ,
f.this! question because they are the I more of him. We feel that it is/ his cheap as other makes i Sausages Pigs' Feet
&c.
the eLa:'1 criminal court last week i! in large or small ,
ones most and quantities. We I
firth i nearly directly cost duty to respond to the call of the i also.:
tfc'v
men, who operated i manufacture
'
a
and
cerned. have i
country. I was brought on hand hexagon -|
on \
I up
Dpytnna. ire now firmly convinced I strong; blocks I
that and The whiskey evil is seen at its j, democracy and voted its presidential I; for paving purposes. RUSH DINNER ORDERS
prohibition prohibits OUR
'_ tteycan worst In the home and falls heaviest tickets down to Mr. Bryan and free!'I We will be glad to answer all inquiries ': SPECIALTY.
sufficient
give good and reasons f
upon the wife and mother .1 silver. I could f tot that i, and show samples. i -- ----------- "
{?, the faith that* in them.-PaUtkaNews. A go prui-iWOODMAR Let us
:. yonng man. cently convicted of don and took Mr. McKinley. with : SAND AND STONE co. I serve'you. Remember Our 'Phone
I a heinoons crime in I P. O. Box number is 132
Georgia, corns Thousands cf others. I was told : 93C: ,
that]jr.
10' ** J Pure Food
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Hugo Russell 1
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A MESSAGE. FROM THOMAS
JEF- PROGRAM

:+ PERSON- I COMPLETED RE-UNION- FOR THE: FIFTEEN YES R a 4 H E44H H H H4HH H a

It Ifus.
common thing for saloon men Florida Division of United Confeder-l i lAi __


to the the drag mire traffic the of memory in an attempted intoxicating of great defense men liquors.into of From Pensacola Sunday's ate Oct.Daily Veterans 19.-The: program: I I, ul nr rp-/rMA:! : BANANA FIGS BANANA FLOUR :


Probably l
no other for
or greater name I the reunion of the Florida Division

has thus been desecrated more than i of United Confederate Veterans,

that of Thomas Jefferson, the authorof j which Is to convene here next week! Affected Hsnds, Arms 31 j legs- BANANA COFFEE

the Immortal Declaration of Independence on the 23rd haa been completed, and; !,I Endured Tsr-ith: ; l lcli'vandwas;; ,

and the founder of American it is anticipated that the meeting will! Unable :o SI' 'i--i. lJd Tear
democracy. He has be one of the I l ... 1!
been most : ?
misrep successful
and[ '
resented and I the Bandars x-.i..,.h tha: Skin *
garbled by the devotees largely attended to be held in '
11 of "personal liberty" to such an extent years. Railroads have offered cheap many I I'' -In less than: I O.-s: Vi.: i 4.1 *

that it is about time to let the rates for the occasion, and in additionto BYTHT" :

true Thomas Jefferson speak for him the many hundreds of old vets: )i I CURED 1 rt" 4'

self.On who will be here, it is expected that::1!! CUTICURA REMEDIES( I 'H _
I !
the occasion of the first inaugural there will also be a large crowd attracted i THESE are the only fruit foods on the market. They are t-J

message, after an attempted review I to the city. At the same time, : "I had eczema nearly fifteen !H
of years. uniqu appetizing and brimful of nutriment 4'
the to
great resources and won the Florida state troops, numbering' :, The affected parts were my hands, arms t easy

derful opportunities of the great re about jOt( t), will go in i camp at Fort and legs. They were the worst in the :4, digest wholesome and guaranteed under the trt' -
t
','' public over whose destinies he Barrancas, and the and old winter time and were pure new pure -
1'J was I young I
.IJ. '_uioi>reside, Thomas Jefferso"With soldiers will mingle always itchy, and I ; food law. Fill all for 1C-
''.-"' n I together in the I l-St B could not keep from requirements building body and brain. '
fc>aiu. Jj I city. The program for the occasionis scratching them. I :4

'' all these blessings, what i as follows: bad to keep both e:1

more is necessary to make up a happy First:: Day-10 a. m., assembling of hands the time bandaged,and at night all i Banalla F'-IITs /is a confection are unequaled. Excel- Jfc

and prosperous people? convention in armory hall, and called! I would have to I

"Still one thing more, fellow citizens to order by adjutant general withI i! scratch through the : ,; ;, lent for the school children's lunches. rfr'No '.

-a wise and I Col. J. Magill and bandages as the itching :
frugal and
sponsors maids '
government,
.1 wad:!M severe, and ,, trouble to digest.
which shall restrain men from injuring ; of honor present. I L at times would have I ,fit, I

one another, shall leave them oth Prayer by the chaplain, Rt. Re\,. i: to tear everything o3 I Ev
erwise free to regulate their Edwin G. Weed. my hands to scratch n +
of industry and improvement own pursuits Music. I,, the skin. I could not : :: Banal18 Coffee A liquid' food. We heartily recom-

rest or sleep. I had .. I x
and shall not take from the mouth of Address of welcome by Mayor C. C. ,: several physicianstreat : f mend it as the finest substitute for
labor the bread it has earned. Goodman on behalf of the city. me but they
rk"f' -
"This is the sum of good govern Address of Col. C. V. Thompson i in I could not give me a coffee ever produced. Rich and as nutritious as milk. ::

ment, and this is necessary to close behalf of Camp Ward, U. C. V. even permanent; could they cure, nor I; 1'
stop
the circle of our felicities." Response by Major General E. .:I. the itching After ;

The: modern saloon system was unknown Law. : using: the Cuticura ''T. A fruit flour. We tremen- f
a
: : Danalla expect :
I. Annual Soap, one box Cuti- Flour
in the days of Jefferson. It isa address by the division com :
curs Ointment and ir.t-: I '
y t', growth of the last half century. mauler Major General William 1 I.[ I two bnttbs Cuticura dous demand for this delicious pro- 4.

Can anyone doubt what his attitude Jewell. Pe.lv'nt for about T:' duct.
toward the saloon of today which exists Afternoon Session-Annual orationby : sir days the itcLinjr had ceased,and now Richer than ordinary wheat flour and free from fort :
i
i for Rev. J. B. Mitchell of I the sores have disappeared, and I never rt1
the Orlando
purpose of making on I starch.
money felt better in mv 1-fe 1 than I do now. eign Very nutritious. .""
from the injury. of men, women and "The Old and the New South." with '' Edward linrelll3xa.! 3..t'i, 1:. :S.:: Infantry g

children; vlMch is i ..,not a "pursuit of incidental music. Fort Crocl, ilclJtas a." .tc" {

industry ovimprovemeut" deserving Regular order of business, and report 4
r of of committee on credentials. I Tho most torturing and d'sfiguring '
regulation ,
; an institution which Get Your
I humors, eczt'ma. r .,;.If':<. itcungs! ;; irri. Package
Evening Session i
lives by "taking from the mouths -Vocal quartet, I ;
of lotions and iuiisr: ttt: ''ns of te:: skin, "trt"
.,. labor"-and of labor's wives and children 1 Messrs. Garfield, Anderson. Bushnell!1 scalp, and bloo.I, t+i.i '.I i.-d of 1::.ir of infants .
-"the bread it has earned." and Walker. chih\'li.! s'1: .\' '.:.t :. :tr\' it ,tmtll j
l n'liep'd and ,;.' ,.r..J : .4
it Recitations and violin and vocal art } by t.c CutiCurs
A vote for solos .
> prohibition is the only ,
llemetiiu. ,
\ n I : 'i d.c tai:s.Comee .
true expression of the principles of by prominent musicians of the : Ezero.' ... !'.I.'rr. 'fr..tmtl1'' r..r Every i
city. Rl1wur' tInfants.' i i oJ'" t g i.luuou..t. : .or Cull-
-
Thomas Jefferson. ., .. :e
That's why the curt :nap(25c,1 l"' c" -r M< :,C'ullci.ii "intm n& *
Reception and banquet.: (.so.lo deal the ;kin, mil C ifc.ur Hl'j, (ClwcoiaM .
whole ,.. .
,
series of Southern states are Coated; Z. jtr\.aI 1 of Panty t.is BlooU.
Second Day-After and hddu.noRhoutthe.ur.d.! I'"trr l>ruy i Chem.! Cor?.. ;
convening
sweeping into the line and outlawingthe Sole! Prof Ik'rtou.Stub Orpoii: : I..lldull."berJr. k----
hearing the reports of committees, Chart ,IwI1'" &i.;Paris,Roberu, ,S Rue de U f',.:,a. *
whole liquor businses.-Oklaho- selection ifi'Stai'ed t rw."!L.w t C.trr.4u Tort", .*." -
.; man. of the next place of meetingand -- *
4'
election of a division commander You Never Can Tell
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NATIONAL PROHIBITION CONVENTION tne veterans win board a steamer for The man eschews tobacco and livesa O. K. GROCERY

I Santa Rosa island, where they will be hundred years.Another n

served with a fine dinner and other man

Dr. A. L. Izlar is a Member! of the delicacies. Chews all he can. ..1"
? Committee to Designate Place In the evening the veterans will attend And thus our moral queers. Poe 174 CLfIRK BROS., Prop. r.t-:

the attraction at the house .
opera
1.' Holding the Convention
Spec f1 l Cor. Ocala Banner: and witness the production of "The One chap consumes no liquor and I Ocala 4

Two Little Rebels." lives for but then .. Florida
years
bury Park, X. J., Oct. :!Alt of *

the this civic place ancY and municipal Ocean organizationsof Grove have Appreciates the Banner A Here human comes mop his pop, a *

,,, joined in an effort to have the next I East Providence R. I., Oct. 15. And puts us out again.:

national presidential prohibition convention M r. F. E. Harris Ocala Fla.: -- -- - -- ------- --- -----

held at the Twin Cities of Dear Sir-I have been reading the We learn in life some lessons they Jerry Burnett + .. .
didn't teach in school --I +
r Mhe North Jersey Coast. A. L. Izlar Ocala Banner. It seems to be a live For WANT THEN USE ij ; '
living long BIG
CfJOPS IDEAL FEf :
of Ocala. Fla., who is a member of : TlLIZEfJ
[paper, and trust you will push it as And being strong Merchant + 1i
the national committee, will go to
Chicago November :20, where the na !you say you have: for forty years, for There is no hidebound rule. : GUI BOOKS{ WILL TELL YOU i

tional committee will decide the question 'forty years more. In that time Tailoring. : 'FLORIDA
The Arkansas Razorback.A VEGETABLES"-A complete "IRISH POTATOES"-Book on
of the meeting place. Chairman mighty changes have been wroughtin :
manual on Florida crops. "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultira.
man who had watched the affair Ocala, Florida.
Charles R. Jones of Franklin. Pa., favors I
the South as well as in the North. .: tion, Effect of Fertilizers Digging

.. Ocean Grove and Asbury!, Park With harmony great things may be /and claimed to know about hogs, razorbacks Finest Imported and; "FLORIDA OR.-\.1I.GES"-Book of and Shipping." ?

because of the splendid and ample accomplished. [ see by reading the in particular, gave the following Domestic Cloths. : special interest to orange grow. PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"Ofens.
facilities which have been placed at :
dissertation: "Arkansas has a ,: .
special interest to
the committee's free. The Banner that: you are doing a good Cutting a Specialty pineapple
disposal;
greater variety of hogs and less pork Firs GuaranteedBRICK growers.
famous Ocv an Grove auditorium, seating work in the effort to suppress the liquor i ::
and lard than any state in the Union. "FLORIDA WBERRIES""IDEAL FERTILIZERS"-Book

ten_ thousand, pronounced by traffic. Liquor drinking causes An average hog Arkansas weighs 4 : Booklet on "oil, Varieties Cul all of our different brands, analy i

Presidents Grant McKinley and untold sorrow, misery and unhappiness. about fourteen pounds when dressed 4i : tivatlon and Fertilization." ses, prices, etc.

Roosevelt as a wonderful building, is The terrible work it does is with its head on, and about six f
i : New and revised edition of the above just published, free for
1 offered for all of the large meetings immeasurable. one knows what poundds and a halt with its ht'ag off. asking.

ajid as many of the smaller buildings the decoction called whiskey is madeof. It can outrun a greyhound, jump a -i I.
and Price
I Sample : on request. t
ftS are required. The Ocean Grove orchestra -I Years ago an old "fiddler" used rail fence climb like a parrot and .+ WILSON & TOOMER FERILTIZER I COMPANY i
I. I
of sixty-five pieces, will be to sing a ditty. It ran thus: live on grass roots and rabbit tracks. PEERLESS BRICK co.

i Available for the public meetings each I It hasn't much tail or bristle, but MACOX. GEORGIA i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1"s

day and there will be an abundance of The man who manufactures rum plenty of gall. It will lick a wolf or a I ,; .......................... ..........................
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other entertainment, including steamboat Converts it into brandy bear in a fair fight. It is so called

trips up the Hudson river to Or turns it into Schidam snaps, razorback because it is shaped like a !11 f,' VKK aidKUNHRA. 'AI'AA; R' ISSZ3XSSSS&H. r liIIitl <'OnL...

West Point and across the ocean to Or whiskey-just as bandy.: sunfish. In hunting razorbacks they '
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Coney Island. Special hotel rates Logwood, tobacco and strichninelIe are always shot at sideways for ... ,.i\\T\. '_=--"---' =, ....... i i A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BouvierAnnouncement
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have been provided for. as well as adds to wet the whistle- there is not a ghost of a show to hit i ':i' .; --;, t
fi. ifiD.7{ : ;t :
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special bureaus of information and all You drink it but a year or two them otherwise any more than to! ,. .."',,1,......... ..... .. .;,? Iti.t. ...}._;;"(
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arrangements for the handling of bag And pop goes the weasel. shoot at a split shingle. It can drink "

gage. As the convention will be held milk out of a quart jar on account of ( } LDIT I

about June 15, the six hundred hotels Keep on in your good work, and its long thin head.* This type of razorback -, AVe have just pure'la,e-l I the splendidly equipped I
and boarding houses in Asbury Park you will be more or less rewardedand is known as the stone hog i ) (' ; '- i
1.ti ., machinery plant of thN Youge and Clin Company, *
and Ocean Grove will be ample to entertain blessed and satisfied within your because its head is so heavy and its:i I
It and solicit a share of the wurk of
-- -- repair Marion and
the ftywd of fifteen thousandor self. Very truly nose so long that it balances up be |
Have H full su: I..k of 4.'ottiIJ+ < a-k rf adjoining counties. We nuke of *
more who may attend. It is believil E. II. CARPENTER I hind. The owner of this type of hog a specialty repairing
-i.'i Bunxl Ou'fits.! :-l1t'eII.I !gr.ei. u
il' that by holding the convention atM 98 Warren Ave., E. Prov. usually ties a stone to its tail to keepit i i tiurial r"kt'e.Embalming. cream pumps, gas engines, etc.: I

Y. bury Park and Ocean Grove, with from overbalancing and breakingits I I to Order Let us quote you prices. I

J. tl\-ir: national fame as high class re- A Story of Activity and Progress neck while running. If the stone ;

sorts and the multiple of facilities and Activity seems to be manifest in is too heavy it will pull the skin over n ____ ____ __

meeting to its eyes, and it will go blind."-Min Ocala Gas Engine
attractions, the greatest Monti-
Madison,
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every Florida town. Wells ,. ., 1\ 1'" I
party eral Index. ,
the history of the prohibition
cello, Marianna and all similar interior I II iJ; 16V .
will result. The convention has never, II I I

been heM,) on the Atlantic coast but I towns, that have laying almost Sauce for the Goose Ought to be.I. < ) Company

indications point to its going there I dormant for many years, now seem Sauce for the Gander l II g| MONTHS L
Over in Meridian, the I f.:: e t1'iJ r1N cif v+ SSS3S3B3SS I SK'3SE -.--Sl iU:S 3eS3 ua
and Mississippi
nelite U
with a
mxtar.. to be animated j! \1 A [} .: LJ iftl

I spirit of thrift and'enterprise is noted i other day. five Greek, owners ofj 1 I k\'.A... _1I3t I Bl ,-i no II!II<:>s. Nc m.::: n __ (

Why Colds Are Dangerous I New and magnificent fruit =stands were arrested and tried .: ,f ,;;.amng It You buy {t. :...44.4444.4 Ot3... ..8i t.i41 s0 44.+...fMb4414t 0.
them. *
J1t.'c::"i-e'ou have contracted ordi- in all of before the mayor and filial $;G; eachj 1 i 7: t\ I B r DC f' >

m nar. 'olds and recovered from them buildings are being erected and' for sel'iu.! ; fruit on Sunday in violation "' JiDsiBry A t4

} m for without a moment t tr,'aiment imagine of any that kind colds, ,do not are ,,other evidences, of prosperity are no- of the city and state ;aThe !, Aa; l = fCPU. r C,10', i: t Piew Acconitsi |
Greeks have formed '. F i.-lk.-i ;;
lint dan t-rous. Every one knows i iJ tieeable.! -Ocala Banner. a compact. hired : / l'.=' tc'm: : g) t "('.

&+.t pn.umonia. and chronic catarrh''I! Yes, Brother Harris, we are obligedjI 1'i eniiuout counsel and bave had all the rr. :llPt :l : S 0 9 4Addng'

T es their! in a common cold !i to your charge j proprietors of drug stores news. ci- lnt'JXe"apar #
origin I partly guilty I :or1 l. We
to plead l adding
constantly
Consumption is: not caused by a cold:I i!!iof almost dormant for many :\;I gar, ice cream and soda water stand FOR L"S'FV .EsyptJ.nCoton. : : sx, are new accounts -
"laying .
fur SV { ;urtaua [air
for: pans
the cold the system >
but arrested for
prepare violating the same law.
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the -eption\ and development of tl i I ears," but having become satisfied!.II It seems to us that sauce for the i with eQ<>ita r i.: and our business is increasing at t

the germs! that would cot: otherwise i j that we have the sure enough garden.spot I Y .. 0
bare found lodgment. It is the ?ame': of Florida right at our own doors goose ought to be sauce for the gan- ; f also
a satisfactory Possibly
der. very you :
with al infectious diseases. Diphtheria ,i and that we have so to speak been, I
Sold M. FISHEL
scarlet fier. measles l and whooping : for long time.we by
I sleeping on our rights a ia might b glad to join &
couch arl much more likely to be ; to throw off who Large Sesidencs for Rent e us. -j 0
i concluded! -- - -- --
contracted wen the child tas a cold i j have :, The Allred House, near tke Sea- .
you will see 'from this that there I s; 'ever lethargy may have enveloped usj j I board Air Line depot, is for rent. Has HANDY MOTH\ PAPER d

more real dansr,"r lurking in a cola 1 and branch out for ourselves, show-j j I 12 rooms and more than an acre of :,
\ than in any other of the common ail of the world that land. Rent. $20 per month. Apply 'o, A moth d-jjiroyvr: and disinfectant 4t eF
ments. The easiest and quickest wa ti' mto tiv people David S. Woodrow Holder Block) : Placed under carpets, or in the fold- COMMERCIAL\ BANK i
g offer every ad.antage.of ] of furs it drives
and and clothing away
i to cure a cold is to take Chamberlain we possess Ocala Fla. 10-1-tf-\\. .
moth and worry. Twelve sheets lU i.
religion or ,
,
Tough Remedy.. The many remarka- climate soil society ; .
packet, carriage prepaid, 10 cents; i t
'Ie cures effected by this remedy have any other virtue to be found in any I FOR SALE-HO acres of land. Apjply six packets, 53' cents if druggist does : OCALA; FL(1.( .
made it a staple article of traje over MadisonEnterprise not have it. .
state.- :
the
of
part or write P. A. Liddell, Santos
other l
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For sal; Powder Works Selection 09.;
of
a J age Pan the world. ;dew I Fla. 10-ll-3tw'jMadigan:! Clarksville, Iowa. t'. 44>*+.0.4.444.P44..rr.4..i. ............................
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I reliably Informed for $ O.O'I per ._ ;
HILBURN ON PROHIBI city since the county went dry. am ,
HON. S. J. month. This ia for only one storeroom i yggueaK/BSssaaataassaaastaaxa.
TION IN PUTNAM can point to a number of instances : ; ;
I where the value of property has in- that he has rented. :

,. i crrasfd, but I do not say that thisis I have seen Mr. L. C. Canova, who I t towns
of Palatka and One
Prominent Citizen brick building wherein Mr t r r STORE
that the county has ttv: VARIETY
fact
Refutes rhEto the
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r" of the the State's Claim Leading That Lawyers Prohibition IrJUIdry., because we lave not had James Brewer conducted a -uiioon j j THE
that he ha.t t < i
. r Has "Hurt Business" in That City. sufficient time to be affected greatlyin business and he says location.. lie will |.. shop You will l find on our ounl -
For some time applicants for this I notion stole or :1 tinware
Editor Ocala Banner: a financial way. no Iljn' er a
i To the account of th- J that IS sold In a
. Ocala evening Star of the prior to our wet and dry election, extending not lose anything on t ter :and lwln- everything
t' In the and h1 \\ Itlld! :
;;.. having gone dry, 9
within county
my
back over a year
11th inst.. the following article appeared !l.i- I GOODS STORE
for ; j
he paid .
the amount
positive knowledge, a party has been not accept FIRST CLASS DRY'I'bis
:
- brick building, with 25 per cent added j
to sell a piece of property in !'
Don't Lt Us Do Likewise .. trying I was :w the mark.d
j buyer
,111 0r:: 11ueh
this for $75o" Immediately after thereto. ot hEr, e
city nol'I
have learned from reliable author -e.l"fl :J lS in J
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, weannl(
of all the "alooii i tremendous b
This disposes
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ity that the slump in real estate values the county went dry, a party offered that were located in 'rick ] wi':1:! t 'al we picked; up same stock and com par.,
r and rents that was feared by the this amount in cash for the propertyand rooms '1 f dies Lind I ;jentlenlen.I When yon Fee our
of Palatka who were it was refused. He then offered! buildings, and the oth-r saloons wr- :a"p u'd) fill' L. arc marked from 25 to 50 per<
business people 0 i Lemontre,-t near i will! : be c'm.ir.ce'; that our goods *
but located on upper ;
Opposed to prohibition is already be.j j $\4l1l11 in eadb for the property w" pricd yU
failed it, and the rents have the Union depot and were conducted than same "}-etti'here .
ing felt in that city and with a ven- < to get : I s i.t lower .' ----- -- -
; i been raised. Whether the wet and : in small wooden buildings, and often j jreferrtid e
!I i
. ? geance. had anything to do with i to as the "tenderloin dis-I! !i SPECIALS .
election
A business roan with a block of S Sproperty I, dry E CLOTHING
These buildings have not yet j
trict. ;
which he would not have taken j I this or nor. I cannot &ay.S I
be i! Black Vene'ian.
been vacated but th.rwill no Blue Serge and
$l;;(dui( for before the election, |I S About a week ago. in the evening, Mixed Suits, assorted cot Men.'s
.
I i Men's Gray and
trouble in renting them as soon a 9 weights made in single ;.
is on the market, and i I1 i was in a store building in this city, winter J!
that it now I made in latest styles < "
says they shall have been vacated and! :2!j :.y;i ton and wool, breasted, $15.00 values, only 11 ,J JMen's M m
double
he will take $lo.0no' for it. The vacated i i and a drumn.er came in who was: e\s:- i 5OSr. ..
II
- $9.00 values made by the .
I for rent. Suits
ready \ Brown
Dark
the I !
saloons are placarded for rent i df-ntly a sympathizer with liquor I ] \i
with no applicants. Trade is dull and ([ traffic. I do not know whether 1>J I i I do not Know of a building in thiscity ';.: IVen's All Wood Suits dark patterns best tailors and in today's style w 'iI'
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account *
made vacant on values,
Kej hating b "n $13.00 $20.00 values only
r'' not near so many people coming to [ was a liquor drummer or not. made'm late t styles ..
town and in a number of cases clerks j proceeded to knock the dry cau -f'. and! ;, of the county having gone dry. : only . . H' . . .(J ... Men's Overcoats, Black, Blue and 119
the saloon buildings and diTrterlj i; $2.98 to. . . 1M.)J' 4
that Mr Thoma-i "xrept Gray,
the
busy
have l been laid off, although j made the statement Suits fancy weaves,
Worsted
.
1- Men's
the b-st known saloonkeepers I houses. In fact several farui I Men's Rain Coats, "Cravenette. guaranteed -
feared of
season is coming on. It is .M. Hay, one our $13.00 and
;ill latest styles. II. !I" ;.
3 mide ; to . .
conditions later on will be very much :, would, thfnext morning:. I lips are trying to get residences! ill values only $9.98 and. . I1AS water proof $7.98 t
of his building, a this city, and it is with great ,d..nculry ; i. s.: < $15.00
worse. Lei u.s not make the same I place on the door I
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mistake in Marlon county.A :I notice that it was for sale at a great '. that they get quarters to live In Ladies Ready-Made GarmentsLadies'

PROPERTY OWNER.I [ reduction, and that Mr. Ray would in. }lr.\. S. Collins and his family Specials

sacrifice this brick came here from :Miami after the county k Taffeta Silk Waists, "guaranY i
Ladies'
on
mailed a copy of the above to make a great I i, . . ;81,cJti ; -..) .
lion. S. J. Hilburn of Palatka, request- I nulding! to dispose of ir. I replied went dry, and for several days t.' Taffeta Silk Skirts. i! teed. . . . . 'J. .," ,

I would not have to make was trying to get a residence build i Ladies' Taffeta Silk Skirts, 'guaran i
that Mr. Ray .....
the statements .
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that he investigate
ing t Y, . . . ..:t..t.l. made J.;
made. Please publish his reply to my a t sacrifice on this propprty, as I would mg for his family and finally he was : i; teed". v Ladies' full length Tan Coats,

letter. Yours truly, pay him every cent in cash that he ''I compelled to take a flat, which, deprives ..i "" Ladies' Silk I Underskirts, "guaran- of Melton Cloth, very latest style. i

W. T. GARY. paid for the property. The next the Latti''s' Fortnightly Club I': teed". . . . . . S...0..J." Satin lined. Others ask $15.00; cur

morning I went to see Mr. Ray about ''of their parlors, and they are now Ladles' full length Tan Coats. . ;--l.I": I 81.I') p

? Palatka Fla., Oct. 14, 1907. this and he told me that it was not looking out for a place for their club I

Mr. W. T. Gary President Marion for sale at all, and that he did not and shall, perhaps, be required to US SHOES THE LINE: THAT ADVERTISED "T< wi'Everlasting"

County Anti-Saloon League, Ocala want to sell it. I told him that if he erect a building for the purpose. Our .& Th1! MNE-THAT-. ,ADVERTISED
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did want to sell it, I would give him city is well filled with people, and !'l n "
Fla: I men's shoes in the world for wear; satisCO 7 A
residence buildings are eonsiairh' the best
Dear Sir-I am in receipt of your all he paid for it but he declined to ; LitToeRound /

favor of the llth inst, calling my at- I put a price on it and turned me down going up. Some very handsome re"iilences t guaranteed or your money b..cLr several styles, only'lCtlli1 3

for are being constructed since Ail kinds of Shoes for Men, upwards
communication which with the statement that it was not bet- i
tention to a ap 1 : 5'ioes: for Men! none I .t
peared in the Star, signed, "A Property sale. He said that he was going to the county went dry. ; t ter i at the price at $3.50 and. . :$4; (H) \ rom.. 81.l JOur 4 ?

Owner," and headed, "Don't Let fit up his saloon building for an ice During our wet and dry campaign; ; and combined and (7" *
f : *1 Ladlt Shoes are sold lor Style wear 2 98''r t tit"
soda fountain and confectionery those favoring ;
Us Do Likewise. cream parlor here it wan stated by f;
y.
i which select fur to
from to 1-39
Please endeavor to locate the au- store and that it would be the wf-t side of.the. question that we cary a large line &

thor of this communication and, if the prettiest thing ever seen in Palat I brick blocks! would go for :M:; per Ct:nt. i IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY BUY YOUR SCHOOL SHOES FROM US

i' be does not weight over four hundred ka in this line. He said it would be of their value at that time. A ::1 J _- Aiia-n we want to impress on you that we have only One Price everything marked in ra (. '

and fifty pounds, say to him for me equal to Till's of Jacksonville, and wealthy turpentine man, who hu! : 1 W: SELL FOR CASH O YIn buying from a- Y tn simply deposit purchn-' 7.
f-.ivh.
]lan
i that there is not a word of truth in that he would have mirrors around over $200,000 available, said that he ; ;:> tor olld"<
- this statement the walls, and mentioned other things would take every one of them, ani k price .
\" will nevt-r !eaU5.
; )u
I do not want to use unparliamen that he would do to make it attrac came here after the county went il.-v Imetil' Yo'iis,, for a Sq'iart Deal.! "

tary language but this communication tive, and that his son was going tc I and stated that if there was any r. .t, ,_.." _.

Is highly offensive to our pea conduct a business of this kind in thE estate in this city to be sold at a r- .

pie and we should like to know the i building.Mr. duction he would take it, and h- jlfjErY fJrURE I IB

name of the author. Thomas Keating who also owns really desired to purchase propery:

; There has been no slump in real es. a saloon in Ocala and who has for and I was looking out for him and i '"

tale values since the county wen I a great many years conducted a sa. was unable to get a piece of real estate -
rJ .
dry. I am in close touch with thesE loon business in this city being retired in this city at a reduction. I ; ,

matters, and know wherof I speak: from his business in this county have made this proposition which I i i0.

and I defy any man to show a slumi) by the recent wet and, dry election. will back upI: will pay cash for an:' OCALA. FLA.

in any piece of real estate within the, I has rented his saloon building! as II piece of real estate in this cr;: *!LarI 'L / "3i-Si--: -55iLai4SiJi"' ryH ..


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: ..*J ',:\ .', the fUll !or violations i-t the city ordiuanct NOTICEIn
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.. .. ,..'f' i.iVMi..r i,ani 1.nitinCe the city La gone dry we
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T Tile Ocala[I Bazaar Store's .l. .' '. ." t.- i.-.-i u at any !save' Lan no r rrmtN and! this labor CircuiT Court. Fittb Ju,i.i: 'lai Circuit ,
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a a I has been reduced down to quite' Marion County. Florida.-In *
.::.'. :.,/ '_>- .4':< t-ii yt-arh. 1 say : i II ;ang f y
what ;a limited number as their sentences Chancery.
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\I :a''I."::: .' ,'.;f..I; into property iu this .have been expiring and there have ,John D. Robertson, Complainant, vs.

U.. "nMmition and 11 been no additions to the crew. Furthermore Silver Springs and Western Rail-
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j :..! ,""- ..'.u'.): ..t.", ,:: 'to 1ikewl ,:. I several policemen will lose road Company, a Corporation Under -

9 FallAnnouncement I ; *.!. i&atiiMam of any casej i iI their positions at the end of this the Laws of the State of Florida

ITN I -iDpuya has been year, because the chief of police is .
I 1. '.f"- ;1 <:ir k IT : I
r sufficient to order and give Whereas, it has been made
preserve to
i.i.1.: ',if ',r Loa i'irt bi% t oaitl! jQ on ac- i appear

',JIJ/j! ',f this fioim'y hiving none dry. U8 ample protection, under the present I to the judge of the above styled

<.ii <1,1 ,-.atoan clerk! ,-. afi'l darns stti- conditions. Of course we do not 'court, in a certain cause therein

salfxjfi Of Mjtirfet"; like to have our policemen out of a' pending wherein John D. Robertson is
I j>Ioyed l j in ttUY'1 I'
but we-shall be able to take complainant and Silver :
w'1 !11'1 laid off ttntH flat' |IJ't;: ) Job care ; Springs and

!f' Nlwp' .t.tf AI" iLl.I'II..I/ ltl/hIIIlUh.t, i of them otherwise, while there will Western Railroad Company.'4 corpor-

f iiui !tin'K / ;'f" ;i"IIlIi! ..fh"' t'n'.u1Untl.tu'I \\u a saving to the city, in this one ation under the laws of the' _rate of

--- .- .. .. ,. .... I i titirlfN'n 111I1.If.. i4ilt.- rtit1 )iti-m. of more than the revenue de- Florida, defendant, tha :be officers -

tli.tt I h;t'lt' .,"I.II.f. '.f. t'ra o1lllth.jh: I riVHl by the city from taxing the sa- of said defendant corporation are \

fifl'U "f -WIJ'lIW"! t ill IhfI :: I If UJIl M. While we have lost about one i unknown, and it further alWaring! 1'I I
j| 11f'4 {
F making this our Fall Announcement we wish first of all if'
''j' hundred people from our city, on aei that the said above mentioned suit Vis -- *
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: t.. to announce that having had a splendid trade during the 1 I t hI".;tfH44e II ...lean i$. it -:11i!afiult l 'i.launt of the county having gone dry, i j ji a suit in equity for a removal of a -_

.. j"I. ., wbr'bir'ifInd r"a "t4dr hil.i: i remarkable fact remains that not cloud from title. i.. *'

; past summer, nearly our whole stock is composed of entirely i.' ii'-l erlpplyd! f II' i" tlirat '''Il'' J "..r.bnini's 1, i% i-hurch has lost a member and not a I It is therefore ordered, adjudgedand

i Ii'II Uia IhJj' 'tii-O' 1"1:1! IJlilZh1l'HH man, except the saloon men, 1 decreed that the said defendant,
iprn
; p ; new goods, and, therefore, only the latest styles abound here. \I 1H':4 lull;; /Ii' k'"t iiu dn'1 lit' '" ced : hits impended business or left the Silver Springs and Western Railroad

v'od"rfullai.tru! eq 11.,1 U uftdiMllil +'Hy. All our factories are still in ; Company, a corporation under the

This has especial reference to our immense line ofF : | ''l lit ft IJM'tt) mnJ"rU1 i 'if (-lUn: I i itli"riiil
I hil'hN111! I/.id iy. .Unhtlep: i.fndirtlgirl4inax I "UlV along satisfactorily, so far as is hereby required to appear before

/ Ladies' Ready-Made Garments andGents' 1 h"l' that lltny Ufa Mil ftfIn I ttm able to see. I the judge of the circuit court of the

I r",1 Ili' ,.30Y "I.I't l iahta .1.,1 All of our officers are on the alert fifth judicial circuit of Florida, Marion

: II f"x "ftaaq 11'1ti..,;: IlIuG In',1 'na }1HIof for Mind tigers, ambitious to make re- county, on
i
1 Clothiqg I, I 1 Ir ,hrit"ati wau nnl 'fIn' IItJ IrrMU1rriii I rurdx for themselves in the enforcement Monday, the 6th Day of January, A.

wr '"- 1J"rh.II.. 1t..1f" turf itN i+lalttlXrrplyd of the law, and I most sincerely D. 1908,

In these lines our stock is by far larger than ever carried by us ..11 rat ter ihtt ,Ut "h".h.I.nlvt believe that it is impossible lor any at the court house of the said county

t l.at"'i1.f, boo U l to nnfa tii app mtw to buy a drop of whiskey in Pa- to answer and defend the bill 1 of com-

in former years. The same may also be said of Gloves, !boil' 1'1"1"' I" khatd4taltl WI daapegdo I lalka today. One blind tiger was cap- plaint |n above styled c .uie. It is I'

,. ; '.t dayraapbe4 ISihfJIH5 hnrauttrtt fiifwl by tbe officers the next day after further ordered that this order bew I,

Embroideries, Laces, Hosiery, Etc. ( ','" 1'.plea, Mir lLa'Y 'l'aj 1t"'la" r, the election, but that was an old published once each week for two con jfsecutive -

j t4 t-hr.1 film Uinfa hi>tef I
Ac a O1u.U 'f' ||in Miuttlsrr.f having ., rntmty was wet I am delighted tow published in Marion county, Florida

s" "i' .1, ; Iha rill, rtklkft haa> loutIttfeftMfBniii. the great zeal and determination I immediately preceding said 6th day of

Our 'line of all kinds of School .. ,." ,.1 .."h "uQ4tflift most 'I of our officers to enforce the law and January, A. D. 1903.

S cilool 1 S Upp] les. Supplies such Tablets Pencils j ..r ,.bozo, "wa.'f' wars, hara tamper keep down the illicit sale of liquor. At Chambers, Ocala Florida, October

as : ,", :, ; itiI I mtMl of whom tff'llnbll' ; to Onr people are determined to have : 14, W7. W. S. BULLOCK.

Slates Copy Books Pens Ink Erasers colored and white | 'I'. 0 d.juAI t alam""'. "rho naut lay the law enforced, and a great major :1 10-lS-2mw Judge. '
,
,, the of the
ifi-i c |oflt itcy| knnwn thai ity people are backing up and --

Crayons. Standard School Crayons, the kind that usually yell i ..'rn' : had t!dh > irt, hctwm, tw<>ninii encouraging the officers, and only Administrator's Notice of Final Did

0 : iiiiriy wotitpn |pft the city. such officers as will enforce the law charge.

for 15c per box, for only 10 CENTS. Teachers and pupil will I 1 1.' it iniciriuBcj ippundpil on the | need apply for election in this county. Notice Is hereby given that on tie .

'inffl' end that element that If any more false i 19th day of August, A. D., 190S, the
i'l"K.I I statements
find it to their interest to call and when needing I are undersigned Administrator of
see us :;supplier ".i.- .'nf'tlv farted thereby. Of : made in your county to deceive and thses-

i !iiii; < IHKH, there were a great many j mislead your people, in regard to Put. tate of Henry T. Spooner, deceased,

fiini.ii'i, ; and loafing negroes who nam county, kindly notify me, and will present to the Hon. Joseph Bell, .
mid the aalonns on jl shall be County Judge of Marion county Flor-t
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE luini 'iu. upper pleased to give you the
Ida
loafed In that lo- facts I my final account as administrator ='?
i 1.1'iinin tn-pt and as they exist here and to demonstrate -
I Milt/ whore people were continually the falsity of their representa of said estate.

OCALA BAZAAI 1 tn.ins?; robbed, and where policemen tions.. Very truly yours, Stanton, Florida, September 5, 1907

had to hp stationed ever vigilant to I! S. J. HILBURN.I HENRY G. SPOONER,
keep down the commission of high I As administrator of the estate of

<'nm*"< and misdemeanors. II j STYLISH TURNOUT FOR SALE. Henry T. Spooner deceased. 9-6-to

FRANK P. GADSON, Proprietor I might say that the dry cause has Horse, harness and surry for sale, r.
cheap, for cash and NOTICE 5'
I quality. The horse J'-
hurt the city somewhat In this re
Commercial Bank OCAl is seven years old, large, gentle, State and county taxes for 1907 will -
) Buildiqg P, FLORIDABe spect. While the saloons were being i sound and a good traveler In either be due on the 1st day .
\ operated in our city, we had a large harness or saddle gaits. A good November .
, ... sure to ask for our Trade Tickets. They are valuable. crew of men to break rocks, dig sand chance for someone to secure a good next, and tax books will be opened on ,-
family turnout. Hone that date for the
will work payment of same.F
and level the streets, who had been any-
,. where. Enquire of S. M. Lummus, at E. L. CARNEY, E'
the
.1(placed there by municipal court Banner office.
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GAITSKILL I "dry rot but the same can be said of FLORIDA'S ORANGE AND VEGETABLE '
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I II towns that are not dry. This is not a CROPS
To: Editor
Jje' Ocala
Haner: business question, but one of morals !

did l not think I was to be quoted I and individual responsibility. The New York Packer, in its issueof

in the Banner"h n I told )'OU1.1.1: j Respectfully, i
October 12, gives a great deal of
1 tnousnt was the best way to stop : S. H. GAITSKILL. is
space to the orange and vegetable!
orunkenness.:: 1 am sorry to see so I I coi

much written on the subject, that in THE PEANUT A MENACE TO MORALS -'' crops of Florida and covers the entire

-my too eils'] '>mon, should not be considered !I j!I state. )

L.ucn sentiment prejudice and i The Packer says:

theorizing.; I think the matter should While the ministers in Chicago and : After a careful '-amass of the stare, ':

U' Un.iieil: in a couion sense, busine i New York are discussing the evils of
&y which over 15"f;; i) It-u.-rs were eiii ,;,
walake j
Human nature as it is. ;.I cocktail drinking and lobster eating to orange and-grapefruit growers, covering ,!

and! n..t{ v hat it ought to be, and dealUlreri".l(11 :i at late hours the town council of Silver not only the principal growing :
tne
crimmai. AO man counties, but also the more scantily
that h.1a 'i Lake, Ind., has not been idle. Although -
knowledge of whiskey aadis. : scatter-d section: The Parker e.nniates -
hoi' .-t, will gay that I the people of Silver Lake do
whiskey
an he citrus fruit crop at approv
evil tpuv: with no compensations not look upon the cherry when it is
ir.atly 2, )Oo'iu boxes This; afVr

r-f l {Moi-erly, it is both food and I I red, they do indulge in peanut eating, considering carefuLy: the great lf-!< Ocala i Florida }
nieUHiijbut: abuse,
and it win which is highly prejudicial to morals. crease in the yield in some counties.and ,

caiiM-: :.r-at sorrow and trouble. This The town council has come down up- on tbe other hand the consiiltrable ;

can beaid of a great many ot tfuuiif ion them with an ordinance providing increase in the crop in the nor '

/!:- v.-" use. An axe or a knife, I fines for flirting, and defining flirtation favored sections. i

usedTTy\ ;:. tor the purposes for which I as "the meeting of young persons !,i In previous years the Packer foundit Orders Are Filled the Day They

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they \\'.-.. made, are good things, but lof opposite sexes in doorways, streets very hard to estimate the a\tra_t-

the> can .lo great harm if improperly or vacant lots, for the purpose of eating j 1 orange crop from direct inforniarinfrom Arrive.

used hickey, of itself will
harm. A barrel full of whiskey, with I is not contended that the peanut : fact that there were so many conrMct,

tne tiea-i<<: out, ana a dozen tin cups; j is in itself a menace to morals. It is, ing reports from the same section
RYE WHISKEY. I
flanging to it by coains, and set on j in fact, indubitably, a wholesome and This year opinions seem to run all in l Per Gallon. ;I SPECIAL 4QT.OFFERS :I CASE WHISKEY. I .

tine street corner, accessible to all, harmless delicacy when it is eaten in the same direction and the t'stimatbof Star Rye . . . J1.50 :. 1 Per Qt. Bottle.
I fled Rock Rye . .. . 1.i51 I
will no' make a single man drunk ii the presence of a chaperone in a prop- the buyers and growers come nearer Keystone . . . . :2.00! >, Belle Isle . . . .. ..$ .75 I

no man drinks the whiskey. Nor will! I erly-lighted drawing room. It may be being identical than in any \previous Belle Isle . ... . . 2.50' King of Kentucky .. .. ... 75 d

it mak- men drunk if used discreetly I provocative of no evil when it is eat season. l Log Cabin . .. . . .. 3.00 i i FOR cJ: 90 Uncle Joe . . .. . .. LOO
Keating's Pride . .. . 3.00 i Strauss: Royal Reserve . .. .. 1.00 ,
or intelligently. Then why blame en by persons of opposite sexes at a As will be seen by the hundred or Monogram . . .. . 3.50 !Old Maryland Rye ... .. 1.00
toe wins-Key, and wny not punish a I circus but when two susceptible reports which will appear in the Packer Uncle: Joe . ... . . 3.50Pilgrimage i We will send, express: Old Harvest Corn . ."f. Lot
I . . . . I' prepaid full quarts of I '
.. x
man tor a criminal ol I 4.001' I Pilgrimage . . . 1.25
use I II
whiskey, the this and next week, the is cm[
I young persons meet in gloaming crop J . . s
Fern Hill . :1,001 'Cascade .. .. . .. .. 1.25.
just as you would a man for the crim, and sit upon opposite sides of the pea- I down in various sections from TO::; percent Strauss' 76 .. . . . a.00i BALTIMORE!; RYE ,!White oa. ... . .. .. .. 1.25::

inal use of the axe or knife. Individ, II nut bag to munch its delicious con down to 25 per cent. On the other -( CORN WHISKEY. Fern Hill . -. .".. .. 1.5 0
i' Tennessee Corn . .. . .. .$1.50 FOR $3.50 Strauss' 75 ... . . L50
ually. I would favor a whipping post tents and "talk of a thousand subjects !, hand, a few shipping points show North Carolina Corn . . 1.75 j Old Oscar Pepper (not In bond).. 1.50

and a good dose of a strap for even' the moon and the stars above," : an increase and some of them wry ; :Statesville Corn . . . 2.001 I We will send expressprepaid Planters' .. . ... 1.50Mountain
case ot drunkenness i don't but be tak. Corn . .. . 2.50 j 4 full quarts ofROYAL I Black and White Scotch . .. 2.00
mean platonic affection is quite likely to big increases, it must n Old Harvest Corn . .. .. .... j. lit Vernon .. ... .. . ..75
f to wait until tfco man gets into the. give way to the other kind, and it is into consideration that these station > GIN. i I

gutter or in a fighting humor, but as, therefore imperative that the peanut !j which will have an increase are principally > Swan Gin .. . .. .. ... .. .JL50 RESERVE GIN. .

soon as he shows that he is unduly should not be discussed in such cir-' points where many new groves Tom Gin . .. ... .. 1-75 I Per Qt. Bottle.

Gin . .. .. .. . :. London . .. .. ..
o Dock Gin .75
under of drink, give bin I cumstances. I are coming into bearing Tinold Crown FOR $3.50 I J ,
thAjnfluenee Gin .. .. . . Tom Gin .. ... .. .. ... 1.00
a dose G. the strap. I believe it wouk I ,I After all, it is not the cocktail and I II I, trees show a vast falling off in their! t Perfection Gin . .. ... .. 3.00 We will send full I H. .. .. .. . LOO o

prove an antidote for that drunk and not the round dance, and'not the: production. Where the orange crop RUM. qts. Phosphate Gin .. .. .. 1.50New f
i . OLD Booth Tom Gin .. . . L50
it would only take a few doses of th<: game of bridge that plays the deuce | is increased it is increased on account England Rum $2.50
I Jamaica Rum . . .. .. 3.09: MALT WHISKEY.
strap to teach him to know why h<:! with the morals of society. It is world- of more trees, and not on account ot"a BRANDY. HARVEST CORN !

had enough whiskey. liness. and in Silver Lake worldliness ;.heavier growth per tree. . Per Qt Bottle.Duffy's .
Blackberry Brandy . 11.50 The best goods to be Pure Malt . ... ,
1 mink 1 near some good motnei manifests itself in a desire upon thepart The prolonged drouth of last summer Apple Brandy . . . .. 3.00 I .. Jl.00JBowman'3
had for the money . . .. ... i.oo
'I . . . 3.00
Peach Brandy
it is understood tbe -
was principal
say: "No! No! That would disgract: of young persons to sequester i SWEET GOODS.

my son.:' In that I think she is mis.1! themselves and eat peanuts. The cause of the shortage of the crop WINE. FOR $6.00 Per GaL
Catawaba Wine . . . .Jl-50 Peach and Honey "a" grade $1.50 -
taken. No punishmnet was ever IJ l \ practice should be stopped. The city I The dry weather which held the ,,II Port Wine . .. . . . 1.50 W. will send express Peach and Honey "aa" grade .. 2.00 \
disgrace, but the commission 01:[ fathers of Silver Lake are to be commended -: largest producing sections in it,.; ; Blackberry' Wine . . 1-50 prepaid 4 full quarts of : Rock and Rye "a" grade . 1.50
I '! clutch for time stunted. 'he Sherry Wine . . . .1.50STDAUS5 and Rye "aa" grade .. 2.00
crime is a dIsgrace. me entertainment |I I upon the stand they have ta- so long a :, California Cognac . . ,} FAMOUSIRock Brandy . .. . 3.00
of the thought of committing i liken.! Without in any way attemptingto fruit and while the bloom wa; heavy i Imported Port Wine . . ...'.10> |! Banana Brandy. . .. .. 3.00
crime is more of a disgrace than and,. eliminate it from the local market, in fact very heavy in places, the !> Imported Sherry Wine . . 4,'}>0''i 76" f RYE I Apricot Brandy . . 3.00

punishment ever inflicted. The dis. or to curtail its consumption when it fruit did not develop as it should!. i!

grace has accrued long before th I is devoured with due decorum, the The crop in some parts of the state |

punishment arrives. Prohibition ha!; ; peanut as an aid to flirting should be is two weeks to a month Ute. ainl.! in''

been tried for a number of years. i abolished ia Silver Lake. A society other parts it is on time. Atention i I,

What of its success? Let every ton. ; that is frivolous and dissipated is a ,' is called particularly to the report of I, Send for Price List

e prohibitionist look up the records I,, '! menace to terlty.-Louisville Couri the grapefruit crop. The yield of thi j!

l gta.nto the investigation with an opei i ier-Journal. will be much lighter than growers I {

mind: seeking truth- only, and then I I I\Ok for.Prices. I

I instance of From Georgia to South Florida in art i: are nearer uniform this year
| :ay if he fan:: find a single
and I Ox Cart.A I tJ ban they ever have been. The early ; t
i success. \ 'know our good women ..A IVVVVV\ AAAAAt
have ; dressed in black, i S ales of oranges were made at $l..", :
our preachers will say that they tall woman:
tl(o $1.40 on the trees. For the pastew
but neitl nortt'Vardl'
] heard or know or instances came into town from the u
t.. weeks, however, $1.5" for ::1'.' ot-
[ er the woman nor the preacher can I this morning driving a yoke of oxen ...
l trees has been :
a ages on pr aMiig
They don't know how to I R
% get at facts. '"
I It which were: bitched to a diminutive, a mong growers. Sales have i'tH,
But, take a few
L seek the evidence.
cart. The woman: stated that she had i IJ aade at this price but \vh.'n i I' came.
who have Signed
Ocala
of the men in HOSEA1
t[ the petition for the wet and dry elecf been on the road for several weeks j t,0 be settled on as a regular \a''!"I' "y F

i f tion. I think I know of a few that I after leaving the, town of Race Point ''it he general growers the: !,'Il:l.-r-

I fear I Ga., and teas bound to Homestead:: v could not heed it. Consequent\; [.
full evidence.
kilo.. how to get
where she would take up a homestead i i s ome parts of the state thv' .- deadlock
insincerity among your
there is some
of i She attracted much attention as she ':; d: on prices. Still in tl..> i.1" *'
few names
peliI l'ners. You have a
i passed through the city, but she gave | f.1 1 this, sales have been made at a M-
men hat it to himself but little notice to the comments and [narkably rapid pace. It seems that
applies
A TU* prohibitionist
make the I II gazing of the curious townsfolk When.: t he cry throughout the state is $15" I -
lit will not want to I SALE
not intend I last seen she was driving her ambling or oranges on the trees, and hun-
other do what he does
fallow beasts toward Cocoanut Grove The I (reds of reports which the Packer
[ Ido. and I feel quite sure that I
: idea I woman is Miss Martha Smith, and: t las received denote this. Nearly ev-
\ of petitioners have no
some your Xow.1if she has several acquaintances in this j I E'ry grower who speaks of prices plats -

I of stopping the use of whiskey. I city who say sfi"e has ever been a determined E' his idea at $1.50. Those who have in Florida
l he due-n't intend to quit the use of farm Anthony on Thursday
and hard working woman. I [lot sold for that within the past fewreeks my ,
right to say that i iI
he has no
I whiskey '
I She stated that the great possibilities,;: 1 intend to hold out for that
haih have whiskey. Now if prohibition r I November 7 1907 beginning at 1 o'clock R M
reached
is not a success after: these : of the Homestead country had I trice. : ,,
her in her Georgia home and she; Grapefruit on the trees shows rath- ,

,*: many years other of plan trial? is A it man not has time committed to i is going to try her luck along with I E T a wide range. Some growers have : I will sell the following stock;
some
I try the other settlers. If pluck and endurance ;old at $2. but the majority of them
he does anything | I
whenever
a crime lie count for anything Miss :; 1,rant $2.50, and sales have also been
befuddles his brain. I It
that Smith can be counted upon to win herway : ]lade at this figure. I
either legal or moral, to I Ii Five horses and of size well
i t has no right that injures him either I in spite of all difficulties.-Mi-1. It is generally considered that the mares good broke

do anything rapefruit crop is much shorter than
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Record.'A I

1,i I mentally become or physically.a nuisance.He This has no he I ami 1 1I :he demand wil be, based on the sales, : and sound suitable for farm work and will drive

t. right to the I II I If Prophet Not Without Honor Save i I II if last season. Consequently, grow .
under
1 does when he gets so much I His Own Land" j rs. recognizing this fact. do not hes :
in II I-
stimulant that he interferes I well Five head of three four
Sundays
influence of a : on or
fruit.
,f of others; and I I A wise lawyer in Florida has figtir- j jI tate: to hold their
} with the rights ;; Around tbis immediate section, the

j. when he drinks enough his tongue to addle thick, his as I i ed vote out illegally.that the That negro the was constitution given thl'li ,, :'acker says: : year old well broke horses and mares saddle bred :1

. brain and make required two-thirds of the states to! Ocala-The vegetable acreage i h

, 'j, it dots some instances, or sometimes.make it.. ratify an amendment in order that iij i :somewhat larger than last season but good anywhere} Two pairs of drivers well
does
;. run too ifuch.' as it crimes first become a part of it and that this was J j'The stand is very good. but the plant:; : :

he has committed two with this amendment. Flor- !, ;ire poor on account of heavy rains
:- V the powers and abilities that not done the matched in color size and gait well broke and
be
;i auiM" his fellow ida is trying to pass a law cutting out j which seem to general over ,
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and against ,,
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him
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Gt 1,1't l without round-abou :tate.; >
vote
r, man becoming a nuisance. jNow.puni.h' I the negro and the legality of this : Candler-There is rot quite as good sound 4 old .
., him methods, years
give ;
this crime; I
him for If the of here this season asast.
r ( amendment is to be tested. nt"I j:a crop oranges
either I '
I; punishment as a preventive In gro's suffrage should: be taken from !; I estimate this station has about i I

the whipping post or at hard labor. I south would materially ]lose I -1000_ boxes: quality good. and growers if
finable offt n e. i him the 1 These horses have just arrived from Missouri
it a l
no Instance make : its representation: but it would solve;i. :ire generally asking $1.50 per box for ,
most
.1 I prier the whipping pot as the problem. Take: the ; >ranges on the trees or $1.S"1 f. o. b.
\ ; argument j the present: race direct from the
;;fI' direct and m,M t c-onuucing.\n'lHupanyI' 1 I negro' vote from hint and nearly alII{, Shipments will begin about Xo\ember where| they were purchased farm- :

; against". l;! '-llk'IIIW"'S would! cease at once: i" M IS. I have not beard of any '

joo i ie ie this law with a iva-onab':> gall hcah! li-mUiis i I The the racirmioles o'Hi'.uH1 sen-e. le\e-hf ailed citizens : :,aVsLow; ers. Come and} see them. You can be suited !

S ce"Mallowing I ro: whiskey I both north and ::south would !Hvery -;: ell-About .'5 per cent increase I ,

of less than ;3'MW inhabitants.ami : have the negroes disfranchise | in trills fruits here and quality is : i I
i wiUius:: to

i., I.1 hmelaas' in all places fronts where, with khiske no h.fruc's* sola I whl,} right bir politicians it.-Jonesboro in both I Tex sections "e Hi her woiYe!15Orause; begin shipping about Octo- i i Seven head good work mules, been worked in l i I Ii

uoii to a full view of the inu!<- m iaebuildup ( Lake-Citrus fruits of large
I, ,, "" U whisks New. Elorida about Eight or ten head of good
t t :,,- no back door, and enter I .i,7 e hand there will be as many asar i a year.

bold: to a man that does not IndustryA \ '-ar-about IS''ion boxes. Xot.l.
Another
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j at the fiont door the license is for- I' +truly Still mfuut m'.uvwi! \ 'bi-i i s ,..-.>. iaade yet. young Florida horses and mares.There .

;s feitedif!: whiskey is soW to a minor is the growing ot' ba-k.: ,', n,.; 17'lman-The fall vegetable
11 between country '
divide the penalty half: and half kind of tree whicuj\.'ior. lave been somewhat delayed by !
seller. All places low. This is one l will also be offered for sale at the same time a few shorthorn calves and <'
the buyer and easily be grown; in time to meet ,; continued rains, but the usual acreage I yearlings.Mr. t :

)f where whiskey is sold to be closed the can demand osiers for making bas,is planted here and the outlook isgood. !i I, j ji ;
?
-m ery man lespon ible for bis own a acts man kets have been heretofore all imported -i ; I J. C. Howell will have on exhibition at this sale his elegant black stallion, bought in t !
: prevent
r I wouldPH to help byi
from Europe, but experiments Missouri.
Forest Service show that they I A Criminal Attack. i iI
IIIr prohibition the in ttis m an inoffensive citizen is frequently I i
.I can be successfully grown I made in that apparently useless little
before
)D t Make every man equal country as a farm crop. The manufacture tube called the "appendix." It's gen Fla. 7 1907
for his acts. :I Remember the time and place Anthony Thursday November
put hoU him responsible of baskets<<: is by no means soj! rally the result of protracted constipation ,
or
whether prohibition helps i liver torpor. Dr
As to it might be, and the increasing following ,
,,,; -burts the business of a town should large as of wood for boxes may I king's: New Life Pills regulate v
be considered. I think it n-;tnerrflps scarcity iver. prevent appendicitis and f-' i j'1j E. L HOWELL.
not
for
demand hereafter I II ..
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habits
towns cause a greater <:?h resular uue.a15c ,
1 1'; nor bun-, Some dry b3.kets-St Augustine; Record. I at Tydiugs & ('0.8' drug store m". I
tJ'J. F 'row and do well, and some take the I :: ;

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t just a Little Too Thick
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, 'Ilg he the _
mO:1tb., I versatile
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I that be wouldn't be much of a told! ::le to shut up my cot i I Frank Harris, the
::1I _. If It bad been the last act I'd have had I along Jones heartily editor of the
I' s: 's inimitable
If )
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---- afterward i ao am
I ,- = --- -- comfort to his friends j but and the
word, able
I I'R to luuKh. j the :
I I In tt.e :ra:e ot "all'yto Jhe
truly
fait
' land I hlu. j ; is
he. that gun did on ooJ i l"n- Banner
"Couldn't find 'eiu nohow, says I as In Ocala
Ii Still! btwuiu't so av.-fa! de.i "HcutiHl limb and low jkk Jack and was all right and i i good" as an ,

I the piuie-ju.-t <-Hr.es to uiy mi.l: n-jw ; \\e juuiiif.1 its the! hoi o' Le kind of t'a! So teat :l;ml'ut 1 b treat He has been worth millions of _
i Saunders ; : I the nx-s.. allt: lay- ,stow in with the UKU I and
cd i iH ;I that I had -n rolled! up and l was keeping ; hitched hitii-/ oithe I'** *" I 1eaG:: Cars to Florida's progress
ii iiI lag the tie UITOSS It U!.-} v ,>rkli.: the i that : for Eng _...Lant
or
n9unJtbta
I
1 ou 'em. 1 lhn't like to .!o j dui i :- every man woman
I II his left uiil. be M-ut a' i nut it jrr I prosperity, and
iever wltli: -p' t'it.t
I j \ way-I f113} If I was two men I ..1150 iu ::its \\): .ayif owes him a Jt'ut of
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bole tlir'i! u.. but : :. i child in the state
I'lu.iib' ,
lUll of hardly resjK-ctable. ; ;
..I.il.4.....- J : one >nI oO:1tO'S: in imer. ,
I ------.II& 1 I Built bor:" Kijs i. 1 tfiiiipin-1 alt ; :' ::it? tov
"DiJ bring a gun 'vith you? I hot11d gra.titude
I you tim aud siujuhcnl tli- I l-.vi of hu* ri.Ie: 'e;,('. btlF .: grid t.tl! I to say, and they -lo! :my.I .
lout Ollgbt
lIe me another stare.V ; if they They
f .11y. i gave .ntl ee
I II around : I
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Y'I' to flinders. Then of t oar.'e Le ":lS Liar a: !\'U good and falthMl
I; pardner, you inist think I have swt j jlulilt. logy but I':i uo,er ta.uu.: I'veii "Well lone thou

I HENRY WALLACE PHILLIPS H ait and frivolous dispa2ioa." S:"she. j | i ) innt-'h ,'XdfP1'.. 'llt. !I servant." .

i'I and with that he heaves up th" I As \i-e mV ul..1( him aiy; parJ hr-I.: j .,- eii ll'ilI'; ater .j0-.t. :., 1 "a word to the wise H *"fficieuf .
.
But as
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": treat nutduncle of Ill! the six shooters dead on him T:,,- iajun <:.' .! '!'. : tltt! Ms i'l' {(* I that our modest
tilIh':1: hope
did! It fade 1:1fort'.- i ttr..i ht i\nl ti.: uml :-..:,/.1 t!< ? .V,:.",' '! Mwn av1i.0 : so do we
I COPYRIGHT. 1WVI. HY McCUJRL. IMIILLIP* ts COMPANY I ever see. : j ; i" :'V viJ ->-.t dr-n-ig ':t? good old fri nd we

-- live' long lo 'k like souiir.n: : for a kid I II Iu the eye. Siy. lid Via> a :ita. I t' ;Iiyou. i '.4.R.deVH! think, ., suggestion to our
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HIlj. !
1 former. (
V admired ,
:I, fo cut its teetli on. "That's the b;stj : &VOhkin or u'> re.lskia: Vl.! \.ara "', t !had visions or' a have known and ;
:Ji., .t -..,t1 Viliior '. la 'hint, !:e > ri>.tl I tj 1 h' -o- with of the allotted years :
7 /ji.i is.v' /ii/noas srory I' j cun In this country. Le went on. ;tji :t stiiv-k tNi.; > | .. .-a''r: !little .'. !, than one-fourth
t i N..l't i :.Ij ''.'>. ta." saps !. to .. -* ia Ill: I.' 'vu: >. be made in vain.
j I'"I.>oks as if it might j jj thenwajiiis: i / i.ivi down on may not
1t'ed SdI.d, .:. 1'ig R.'cl, to.ftof :: f. .' rfi.ors.u .-u.i in a rhine'a'.NN't I : .-,' '! ha'-r! i plsl',1! I to man,
t.U.! I Ig1
:
j "lias the fouiulry that! : ca.t It g.tue oreof Mi jianlaw :!I..llt' u-v: : nt !iur e ri boy, you sometimes
.... l."l t\3. i h ,. '.. :.. :.- -t..atl: vu .. '. .: *: 1-: ** I 'Tis this, my -
thr1 11: ( : tut I'd
business? :like: to have one like j jIt :: L';'. .I*-11 I.it": -:.. > a."I. t-aa t .. ,,' ... !.,nr.:1.1 of what you
} :
: I ; usefulness
; '.:..:, i ithruUAh i-olv I .' ,: i't .:v, :ivvith it I ht- -: .. ." :" .j !' t ; destroy the
4h'"l'IJo/p' : 'xp.I.S1'1 if it's a* dangerous as it looks. i iI it. He's iMiiit'! Ir't[ :'; : .t' !: .Ir.S :1.'u! i tuck a !I"-Ir lini too
eel ..-; Ma .1.: : .-. !.it thit! tu'i! t::,'. ; .. '. N -i"! o''V-.v. I ; : by "putting it on" just a '3
11 uen I trouble with : li.ive > say
hi.. t.as, If tUL ;; t. I Ioml I have any But tl'.e! L-ird n.eivy: ..( lIlt : "
to the r. ,J! It I slv: a li\.i: uiu! .M hi;!h iu tliouiiir. man." s.he.. "I iKia't want to g.> { fui! sw': !if !lie ::::1 i i nu foul: >'! i-.i. !'. /' '"' "1"t: : : : :;ay :I/:.: i. thick.-Jacksonville Floridian. : -1
$i..filnL t',1 ; i I : : i i. that
1 I"' r K>t" I' motto
:
> >v.no'.iv"i a-oi; II i iI 1j Banners
pecklns at hill with a putty t.l.mvr. .>th.r:1: tlt'L! ; : : : : .tilh: t The Ocala -
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tray ois 11.. the u\.thal_ nu. X11 it w as this day. Old Joh.Ittrtlutk .*:... I him and him: tVhat > -:; ; :l I: at all ttworth
Shdll// j I just irritating givinsr! a | -:11! un' .li.h 6.'tl :; 'U:1 I.::' t- t'LO : ; what is worth doing \

bring the jnwrph.tfi; pi siK-kttl It t<) UH\ saiu> :: < !! little skin complaint! here and there. 1 ,h'll'! l\ol iL.t\ !.r.l:,:'.,'(. ", .. ; i "" r.l: doing ,well and if you are gc f' to

This tr.IIIi'd'r will n,tt give the 1 USU.l1tlo! want something that'll touch his coii "\ l"fx :-.r. a V" F! M.o'.l! .:"l! !:'- .' ,-rt,\:,, : ':.:, : ;,;! ,'. bouquets, scatter tfcotha'
; i scatter
story a*'. v b)' inJieaiing 1111s :,.s, : I't -I.
:
worth
tranff rmatiun shall fJtn me after thrill! and 1 Wv-ut <>"::.. ; lie had it. for a broadside fro::: th-.t >r tw > lull u'-iituTtnl! him n' .-'K .". :' :ii.1': ; are :
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nsUvi> iu the saddle and woke up w'.tli: i battery would scatter an elephant over :t.r:.'..' -rive < tier to ::u InJuu. N.>. : ." ''..' IIMVin ilj: <' I
!
nbrtiif- ? "h thrush the remorse ':. Mother.
r 1\
: A jar tt find myself right in the middle a township. 1.) '.. .:'m was it-iLt'. M P ai'-i iay iv.n! tea ::life ii His Lear Old

or 7vnfcmcv o/ Red, hi.; I of old vwthead's$ srausi, the drums I We loped along quiet and easy uiir.l:! w. :v the eiy!: .'L,'* that: luu-kol ''.:, .'.' :. ; .!i-.r lag :11- I. "My dear old mother who i<= now
!I' .,2:1 old thrive on
conviction (/sin his far of th. i "lk)U1 tatpplng" and those forty Md | sun up. The Grindstone Runes L:, .i..fit: tue". t'hI,; i":t a e'lrivtre.K : _'. _\': It :' fi: 'ttt iat t1. I eighty three Bitters years," writes, W. B. Brun-

damnation of ff aH '. :::1.,1! :: out n'hi -,:' I Electric son, of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken

that made skin and walk bat.'k.T't' saw the Injuns eomii g "'\ tor .:. 'kt'. I and enjoy
yearningsor few pcccf f/ru: uiy stet up > .: '" i- :.: to !he t' = I them for about two years
rise of ground 'w itv In the distant.I V -
all ivor iu' with tried feet a ;: break l b",i.-c. appetite feels strong.
jmsiA amfcritam/mjj, or whl'th- .. ,r : .:, :. ':!: lift : an excellent
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How in biases I'd managed to t'.Iji! I I. .'v..n". says ;i.y frie"I! know ash i ArTF.K II. ,- .\as elected! to tcke I sleeps well." That's the way Electric

cr it shall fvAc I'H" of mnnan i through those minus I don't know .'rt cut through rh."e !hills that'1.! owartful': to jS't :11of: ". ';;, and drive: twenty n'il'rai'.t ; "- I Bitters affects the aged, and theame =

V that shall this mt to ::'' bring us out at J'L':::.'n's They've sr't '. ,. ; : : follow in casees of fp-
V- bring g I TwouM h\"t' IHH'U a woaderful pUxvof i di' : ". : 1 t\WU:1 r e v'l1: -" : .ad. I di.ln't mind the g'>- happy results
'
if I'd it. You 1 ent>iisih puuoh rs :?u-ro to A> the rtnied 0 ] .0 .,. male weakness and general debility.Weak .
meant :
rz&rS tend make him a: a ImfilJ. stutins in '' t v w.;: r. t. j .- ," :. 'nit That: rvaty niile! t'ark I

Thtt trampcler still only most always do any dam thing you States ann r.-"-?-:an':,' 1 anJ blae i ,: : '.: "iv. the c->" ; "... :1: <. :r.': .l.>'H'>.':'>i .i1'i..! say I t"'i'1: 1 ] pur.v children them., too 'ar.sratly-annt..ei: :
i Shall tuke it' .'th'n't1 by
,W't want to tit',11. there 1 \.'.: we ; "The 1'; -v uj 1 I-1: -!: < i i.'i"t when I n "tren
that this conversion t>/ ; v. \\IT: r !> 'tte g lorach. Ir-r ar.! i :.'inoy
! J'rumis and oh doctor, but wasnt I in a lowly ; "Surer: siys I. "Tr.- --.y waud T- :'.. : ; ;i" ;i :.n-- ,\ --'
.
: fit ,1 sAa6t o/ the i round this : : "t:::t'.- rrouhlby > '
: ? one m's mess! That war song put a orltup; j ing j'.t! c : :, ," '. t'! :'.:' .: t'l'::' :

,f {kl.ci'us cpi- into that Jack Frost hire SfivuKln't ]i cause this part of t'r.r .' ::..tri< hiIf .. '! *" Price .\l' -
ittttrv&ting an me :-- ;:: ,' t.!; : l: : N-A- \AV. k I
" cedes in ,:// fiction, which the I take oat. it was' any w ll'r's tc; I'd be ; :"' .. i Ist':;-- :'. < 'i 1'::: .' .-\t r

reader wilt and doubtless It was as dark as dark by this time f. as gad.! ',t ::: ;.: :. ":::. ,: ::: '. <
tnjsy I 5' ia wec 1: "\ the ": <:x < .,.
theedge
The moon ju remember litrocg1a aWAe yacrslz I aid kia d '. k .
liirrowest : ->
i2y--r.
x
of the prairie and the rest I'! t-: :e. :' r. M: "

o/ his l r. sky was ci>Tert' with ci 'ud. .\ I lir.l-' iug as if it hid t-ees cut \".:t : :: .\ :-. : ,1*** -.:. Itat.r ? .

g Il rte' w t1l the tl1nl. ;' 1':1-'. rvx-k wi:i one craok of :ho ..i\ ,' ::. ..

t .'n.\1"au 1. ', but tun enough w role by, twit. Ivsidos was j::>: thiukiu?. "Oce wh::. : : : -- : n' -. ,-

i'lY al 1 w" tv t.tlit th% I didn't know T'hW':1Y: ISays would! tv a ;\.'.'r pla-.v tov: s- .__ : .S ,'::' .

; in." xrheE tar.lss.s: s r.de r.j .: ,, -
Sake IvxU He sat oatsidt? t.ovi' t\11-ot\t tee ,o. : \ : -

[I >u, l-riUUj: A leather hat t I 10 myself.: Ki'y:! S r.ht'yU front of :s. and :-arres: ::: '. .:. :.

Im"1:1: Brands aud the iv ( are the ohaciiuoa an .around o'.d: fay:-- let over our bt Uvis.We ,! : V.. : t

;. ','tit t', UN'-.au art that I tk'h'1" .1:;,. i K\R fool of the tltst:let. You art ajackass were oS ten horse i": '. .'.-". ,.-

master i iI fwm the country where ear a .\"jple: of chunks "? rock s vucf u. ._ L : :_ u .

.\ sat inside >\ It"r""lm,! pack I hss"1i three f.xx k rss are curiosities: we ho.ped for. dud tliat's sayuig a ?T..'. .:. : .. jJjST )' ",

ats "t s ai'kthg tv'ljict.'side uw mu! You sassed that poor swarty that 'v-.1:: deal. : .: : c .- r. i

tewsi\'. 'rs wufeiu reach. i\ lUc< tb. I ed to kvep '' wt this tooting yttarb& "Closed ;xxw shwaiver he is" 1:1.1 :7-: ". tt'-: ED Oct '"

,:!.t 's S"1t piwne*. 0t> like a nan .runlp.. bat says my frtead. Sote lajtm h''iUilr.c ::sk,.l : .L their'yr< '; .I they w For Home DrinRrgA
.
It\liJy st., pped hu $tk'U.: enoush now ifs \11) to \\. What are yxxi goic : BS hew till the rest L"I i rv- ti" 'H.:. vwy'd < -.: AlE j
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t\\ iclte\. "'\' use the Trahwss* Sap I to d' about tt!" and I didn't s t i sucie. .\l tLY Stn:'? :iliac have we tkrrecarfa 1.

I"'r.* Kid that! paper rnbte uxy trill:.a' aay answer n ettttt'r.WeeZL | "That's abut thi' size of it and I'di Ani rr that hurt our ft-. delicious,* non-alcoholic, refresh i,
i like make be that be does it.
tin V.rau:tfr*; tlscrv's p: ntr of V it wu; tad cs d asiloi mrse'f to yt'u a \ sidera56eJor.esy. he sail :rR drink home. If
J Jts : if I rd hav ing beverage to at
tt" \'QU1W-.l: tat ftu the dart fie. thought a er&nce tat- ftI verve a ii sot a: batter '. -

\men t.1 Was so "'\ So I collect" .. taken with or after meals it constitutes -
lceu. I was siyiac lMiaet a K-t : wrap He aid ;t to >; Nc ,tbor Cage's ?.

c< tie Ivy up ia town t!:' dy aiiv tthf my tt't". around lAjJy txjstaiitr "Oh. yvm can't ihrsy" tett-roccijrtt : b* tad Ae o i l mat OITM tarv'lt '" z r a delightful safeguard against
,
y Ciww as many s* \\"' drinks !i-.uo t.' bk'.\ tl:1O bor
u\: I tiK>w that fry ivrtxtn. UVAUM t; 1.l r xivs aaJ rrepart>! to saeak [,' of HkMigbtfcL! 4'.ti tf tis faclt*. Tt F indigestion dyspepsia.

wfrcre IM rartxf t. ,. "I vrocilat nia that ba2 85as tlslh A dozen bottles should be in
\ \': wtl t.-t. tSt' :ttnr lit\ 1 w s. '* T'ttI a :

a jjrfcss '! hsX.y hi tots myMnvis right Ltiw + tiie ssk-fcest:fr: co Wla wfcntTig _*ays L Bit cc tie tttTe tt: i M5t s-?** ci rr-j-ar.! '. all
at times.
refrigerator
Cat of the K-sre. is yoc thiak ws ots jst O K ttsa I your
of
aud had jest t\,kv as Clttc.T i: i\irt l"tJ''Ut aciiitty tar? air "arit! rI S -1'!
> tact I I"J jet np hie wni y-tx tf yoc ssj so.althoc Served to the family visitors it is delightful
ftknvlv hou I sttrttlWht'u s;rv .nto care by our s .+s. -: ) 1. ts.a ,- or

polka! eft'r tx'rae I foJ* ttl\\f'\'C l' K :!x-iy horso 4Qd I'k'W ,- i I iirl ?H w&u IlL Eiiri: lea t.- :1I'td" t"JO tie *,?- and beneficial. Your dealt

,. \: tJ I ivckl ce< tv' Cs ovc tberxikUr'X : cill t ;>i x'c. f -? stiriSe." will *
lntt'tlty >;'"" {,'r m-.'It o"t t\: J" I.1 supply you in any quantity.
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l 4 \\ tire "x jvc &i cc ft se. Ntj$ a*. .
5? I ,
Il\'its for trxKit tat OvH 4- ,t 3* tv T! -csit W'U : .

.\"t It &sy\ 'ttht \\*AvarNla Lh' t\ ttta oct cy attc'' L. exintzw -I d-ic't lacT ersat 17tt' r3iw e $cl tae'tw '1-- tai: '- .a Soil small everywh.rrh buttl '.. nr.'large,c .g12$4 and I
t.1C'-ii. A h t ::, doc:* t or sr fO-i 'S? tt* t.:e e aatNt f
CyTtx't :
k) fv'r all! I'>s< '\'ct'U *.'Nv Sa fiis? Os rric. .rv1 "J .- 10k(0 f rum t bustle.lanufactureti: '

b.w patty 1 tat >hx
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tt"U us4\l to *iy it made t::t forsrttlvjal .Y : 9f eoa* 0,1 .o'kL. r J
I t.t 'v'c c:4 ;4a.' w !s :3e .Itvs t : b .- t i DIll ; ; THE RED ROCK COMPANY
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t : a : : tl t. r onf. DdKr i 1ee ,,+ JACKSONVILLE FLA.
''u : uvuuiv trtd: wtiea a ma- I Ijtv4 tir.I1. ;: ,
huts OVVT t9ct bx"4 J Nvltfe a t\\\ ty : 1 % d": w:tt tlf't .lam: 3 tV' :>sa"t t <. -1.. 'Qq9AOWN
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ttt" llrltt'w'9" eti'T wt@>: n" : 1t ria'L3 2i3 j tj ."r00. ':.!

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2w d > .o ttt .A & BRO., Wnolesale
: 2W Distributors Ocala Fla
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\\t. evtea Ii 'itk ttt zu ofM txht t let = I22 hestct ,
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:. 'tU .l.'t i. =! / r.r.. JI'M I\a'M John B Stetson
-Jtentt aue isc? 1m'6f" University
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_,," t, > n. ,- : !.L :: f.a11v": : i ..- 'Iy r"MZ % r* & Ifi'Jft'tl P-.nr (.'l\-'tc.\ + and Five Technical Schools
; 5 fie te rim mat t! = -t .
itytstt'ttw let Nom. .lOt ltsiat f.1".1"r' ':: & '. Jw 'rW ; rf. LAMj 1 FLOKIDA

x Nt aash :31* ti WU I -t -; r. .Ot ., .t UK* &M, IUVa i Affiliated with the
ttI.1' t s'rtwtas tag --, i iI University of Chicago.

Ira !' s SBIB*, ssar :! i OK I iLftGtt; OP LIBERAL ARTS TV of'
S.i f> -t t Tt LS tL zt".it 'JN w :4 a lm" !BtV 4t* WArt, 'i I standards are those the Unl- '
i'ar' -* few ar mrr ci : II I 1+aa'ity of ChMgo. St t
.tit! : v."NtiL u.t tit;' h *ae, : L:1'.4 1Um. 400 fete n'8 graduates receive their degrees from both
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THE "MODEL" SALOON A MYTH NOTICEIn j
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i Wholesalers' and Retailers' Review, Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Cir '

IIiIues i j Leading Liquor Organ of Pacific i cuit County-In of Florida Chancery., in and for Marion '

111 111'UiOC'1-SIlvitib' l1I Coast, Flays Its Friends and ''Mrs. Frances Howse Koonce, Com- Turn

} Points Out Traffic's DoomI I. plalnant, vs. Mrs. Sarah A. Bishop,

I The latest official newspaper organ Henry C. Dean, Henry O'Neill. Jonathan .
VanHorn, Frederick J Gtrctlt>;a i
I jof fhe liquor trade to admit the truth Grant George W. Mace, and others. tizeWick\

:, of the prohibitionist's indictment of ndants-Foreclosure of Mort

I line drink business is the Wholesalers' gage.It is .hereby ordered that you, Sarah i
For i A. as high! as: can-there's no ;
Buyers 1 and Retailers' Review, of San Francisco Bishop appear to answer the bill you
of complaint filed against you in dangei-as low as you please ;
which in its regular issue for above stated cause on ,-., --there's DO smell That's

September in a leading editorial Monday, the 4th day of November, A. because the smokeless device

[makes a series of the most astonishing ; D. 1907, prevents amok or smell- '
'at the court house in Ocala. Florida
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A.AT. I admissions and confessions, as regards and that :you Henry C. Dean, and you, c :tlco.ct t; that means a steady flow of ..
the trade it champions, whichever >3 glowing! heat for every ounce :
i Henry O'Neill and you, Jonathan }l 1 .
appeared in any; publication, 110u.aiter 1 Vanllorn. and you Frederick J. of fuel btunedPERFECTION in a
' : : how strenuous a foe of the, Grant, and you George W. Mace, do

I( 1 : i ruin business. Here are a few selections each of you appear to answer, the bill!
'IlE i j exhibited against you in said cause on
IIOS'I'Ifl 1' III from this editorial: Monday, the 2nd day of December, A.
"Any man who knows the saloons D. 1907,

l l well can honestly say that most of and that in default of your so doin

91 them have forfeited their right to liv:. against a decree you.pro confesso will be entered on Heater

"The model saloon! exists chiefly in
It Is further ordered that a ropy of
McCall Patterns OCALA FLORIDA the minds of the editors of liquor this order be published oncp each (Equipped with Smokeless Device) ..

.:journals, in the imaginations of a certain week for four consecutive weeks prior

...--_ __ --.........------- --- .__.,_ __.._. j type of ministers, and in the : to the rule day in November iftiC' You can carry it about and care for it just as easily as a lamp.
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I mythical stories sometimes rehearsedat I land for eight i consecutive week; priorI Brass oil font holds 4 quarts burning 9 hours. Handsomely fin
the rule day in December 19(\7< intbe
ished
in and nickel
saloonmen's camp fires. japan Every heater warranted
Ocala Banner
a weekly n..w"'pa':
DRESS GOJDSND\ SILKS\ 'Tnfortunately the average tippling : per published at Ocala in said Ma-
house is a place of ill-fame, a placeof :rion county Florida. Tht adds cheer ne
shame and : Done and ordered this first day of o Lamp s
debauchery. I
Our line of Dress Goods and Silks this season embraces all "With comparatively few excep I!October. 1907. S. T. SISTRI'NK winter i to the long
Steady
10-4-Stw. Clerk Circuit Court evenmgs. ,
the leading shades and fabrics. tions, our saloons are houses of drunken brilliant light to read, sew or knit by. Made of t

men, profanity and obscenity of ; NOTICE brass, nickel plated latest improved central draft

$1.50 36- ncli Guaranteed Taffeta SilK' SOc. Cashmere, all colors and shades, the vilest possible type. i I ___ burner. Every lamp warranted. If your dealer carenot

in all colors. . .oo . D)'cl! at . . . . :JjUc) "Journals gospel of like purity the for Review the saloon preachthe I J'Of Application for Tax Deed Under write supply Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp s
i Section 8 of Chapter 48SS, Lawsof our nearest agency for descriptive circulaj.
$1.00 Guranteed Fancy Striped and 50c* Rochester, all Wool Cheviots, all but the preaching is not heeded, if II Florida STANDARD OIL COMPANY:

Checked Silk, yard. . :jlc,) indeed it is heard above the roar of Notice is hereby given that A. S Ji (Incorporated)
iC dissipated voices. Over all
: our
15c. Outings, all colors and stripes, i Wallace, purchaser of tax certificate:
75 c. Fancy Medium Width Silks, good I speaking-trumpets the gray sea and .Xo. 5S9 dated the 5th day of June
I now . . . . He) 1 1.the loud winds answer: Not now; not iA.
values I now. . . .. .1|1'He) in this of Bacchus voice j I j D. 1905, has filed said certificate in -- -
!Calicoes, all colors, now. :ic 1 I age can your :I my office and has made application
$1.50 Br: ac cloth in black, blue and be heard. }!for tax deed to issue in accordance
Outings
good values, worth 8c.,
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"It is no wonder that even in the fI
with law. Said certificate embraces
garnet best value, now yd. U" ci;; now. . . . :)e I II better towns of the Wild West, as the following described property situ I fI I
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| well as of the effete East and
the conservative II
.ated Marion county, Florida, towit:
'Iwt' .
South the who I Q.
stranger visits I
II Southwest quarter of northeast quarter -
I a saloon is at once invoiced, label- 'I
and southeast quarter of north-
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LADIES SHIRTS 'AND SUITS I ed"This and damned. |'I west quarter section 33, township 15.
growing disrespect for the
south range 21, east-SO acres. The
I saloons is the harvest for tears, ripened -
$5.00 .La Dress Skirts, in said land being assessed at the: date
Serge i
I$15.00
.or Ladies'
Long Cloaks and Jackets
by the lurid glare! of thousands of !. i
I of the issuance of such certificate in
Flannels, . . i of hellish I!
now. : nights
S J.-S in light Or tan shades. S'JjSji) ) I debauchery. It is ![ the name of Dan Nelson. Unless said

$3.50 La Dress Skirts, in Serge or i! no wonder that saloons in some localities !|certificate shall be redeemed accord I
f $6.50 Ladies' Short Prince Chap Coats j are called hell-fire clubs. '
Flannels, now. . . $:).aH.;{!) t j I I "There in I ing to law tax deed will issue thereon I
are fact not enough model
in stripes or plaids, box back, the i, on the 12th day of November A.
4 $12.50 Ladies' Fancy or Black and I saloons in California to hold the I D. 1907. 9

I Blue Dress Suits, god values, now !i latest Walking Coat all sizes, now ;degenerates of one ward in San Fran- Witness my official signature and 'I 3

.i at . . . . $?.(.)s 1! at. . . . . k d.l C-'I} I!cisco." I seal this the 7th day of October, A. ,
I D. 1907. S. T. SISTRtJNK
$8.50 La Suits, latest styles, all sizes $3.50 Ladies' Eton Coats in two ef.1 Out of
I Sight. i Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co.. Fla.

now on sale at : (IUS; :< fects, all sizes now. S .:)!! "Out of sight out of mind" is an 10-11-w By H. B. FOY, Jr., D. C. '!
old saying which applies with special I
t :WI force to a sore or burn or woundof I NOTICE !'

any kind that has been healed with ,
:Bucklin's Arnica Salve. It's out of I --- I Ii I

SIWLS} FASCINATORS AND UNDE WE(!R ..1 sight. Piles out of too mind and and chilbains out of disap-existence. i|i JQf Application nors'for Lands Leave to Sell Mi- I.I Rye or Corn WhiskeyExpress


t $1.00 Fine Embroidered Shawls, with 39c. Ladies' Ribbed Fleece Shirts and I Guar-anteed II i! Notice is hereby given that on too I

Silk interwoven. . . 7Hc Drawers, now only. . 24 C 25 cents. m i' 18th day November. A. D. 1907, I |I Prepaid 3
I will apply to Honorable J. H. Bell, '
19c. Children's Shirts and Drawers - --------- ---- II
75c. Fascinators in all designs and county judge in and for Marion county -. Rose's "Ask the Revenue Officer" whiskey is rich and mellow,

colors 4C only. . . . . l";>c NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor state of Florida, at his office in j : perfectly pure and full of nourishment-will restore strength and F

Ladies' and Children's Hose at cost. Creating a Special Tax Road District Ocala, in said county, for an order authorizing -: rebuild tissues.

25c. Ladies' Ribbed Fleece Shirts and Fleece Underwear of every descripDrawers I I at Martel me as guardian of the ml- !

now only. . I lc!) ; tion at your price.. . Notice is hereby given that an elec-I!nor Cam heirs, deceased of the to estate sell of at Annie private Irene sale J : Four Full Quarts $3.40E.press
tion is called and will be held at Mar-1
tel Marion county, Florida, at the usual -I) the following property belonging to';
voting place during the hours 'said estate, to-wit: Commencing at ai l I
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from S o'clock a. m., to sun down of point 10 chains north of the center of j Prepaid on Southern

Men's and Boys' Pants and Suits Monday, December 4th, A. D. 1901, the Alvarez grant, in township 13; Express Lines
for the purpose of creating a special north i iI
south of 22, east thence
tax road district to be known as the range
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$15.00 Men's Black and Blue Serge $5.00 Boys' Blue Serge and CheviotS I Martel special tax road district. i( 15.25 chains, east 10.SO chains south j) In ordering, specify Rye or Corn, or bothWe
I The boundaries of the (15.25 :
said road chains, west 10.S0 chains
toj
Ults, now. . . . $S.S): Suits, I. . . !)>.-lS district to be as follows: I
point of beginning, containing 1C.47 '
$12.50 Men's Black and Fancy Worst Beginning at the northeast corner ha\e given tile name "Atro" to our Lest grade of corn or
less.
more or i
r $3.50 Boys' Fancy Serge and Worsted of section 31, township 15, range 21. acres i! rye whiskey it is the kind physicians; and sjtfcialiiti have prescribed -
ed Suits, all sizes, now. (),9S thence north to northeast corner of Said land belonging to the estate of
Suits, all sizes, now. ., l.H I section 30, thence east to southeast.jthe I! said Annie Irene Cam, deceased, and recommended for medicinal use. It is an aid to digestion I
$8.50 Men's Suits in Fancy Worsteds, of section 21, thence stimulant and tonic. We
corner north to a a maznifuvnt guarantee Atro Hye ;
: I to be sold for the best interest of the
all colors, now. . . i).'1s $1.00 Boys' Fine Pants, all sizes, I southeast corner of section 4, township |I said minor heirs. I or Corn to lie the equal of any whiskey! to he hid for the money I,
I 15, range 21:! thence west to theI ] '
I and if trial'order is-not refund I
i $5.00 Men's Clay Worsted and Serge southwest corner of section 3, town This the 16th day of October, 1907. a perfectly s.itist'arton, we your ,
now. . . . .. lUc I I II
) I ship 15, range 20, thence south to lO.lSwVILLIAM D. CARI :\, money.
Pants, all sizes, now.. J>.i.-l southwest corner of section 27, thence I Guardian.

$3.50 Men's Pants in Fancy Worsted 75c. Bays' Pants, all kinds and sizes, east to place of beginning, comprisingthe I i I "Ask the Revenue Officer"We
following sections to-wit: 7, 8, 9, '
. . . . .1Men's SC NOTICE
Stripes and Checks, all size 2.-l Snow. 116, 17. IS, 19, 20. 21 and 30. all im I "
( township 15, range 21; also sections I !> All occupational licenses are due make'it a I rule to ship every order ty, first press.R. .
-- 10 11, 12 13, 14. 15 22. 23. 24, 25: 26 lion j 1st day of each October. Your II- I

and 21, in township 15, range 20, to' cense for 190S is due October 1st, I
be known as the Martel special tax
Overcoats road district, and to elect three road ;,,1907. Kindly attend to this matter I
and Boys' I trustees to vote on the millage to be |, at once or we will be compelled to

assessed and collected for the next: force these collections as the law dijrects. -

$10.00 Men's Overcoats, long or short $7.50 Boys' Overcoats, long or short, two years. JOHN L. EDWARDS, j This duty is imperative. The M. Rose CO.
Chm. Board County Commissioners. I
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9ood\value. . . ti7.9S. now. . . . . .j.) ld} 104. ;i tax collector will issue the license. ;; I II .
.I JOSEPH BELL,
$8.00 Mx's Fancy Overcoats, within $5.00 Boys' Overcoats, Fancy Plaids, NOTICEOf i County Judge. ti

r strap back, all sizes. 't.U.' ''' I I now . . . . O-..U.,,- ,, Application for Leave to Sell Mi- ;i! E. L. CARNET, 1fN-lm.i I I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,

nors' Lands i Tax Collector. I 16 Jr. Forsyth Street.
Men's and Boys' Fleece-Lined Underwear from 290 to 480. f w i i i .

i Ladies' and Men's Hats and Caps at cost. Notice is hereby given that on the : J. R. Moorhead, D. S. WoOdrow.. \' CHATTANOOGA, TE.Y.V. ATLANTA GA.
i 7th day of November, A. D. 1907, I President. Secretary!i ,

Pick what want. If you can not come, mailus will apply to Honorable Joseph Bell i i B. J. Potter, Gen. Mgr. I i -
out
you county judge in and for Marion county Order from nearest point.
the amount with what you want and l we will send It.to state of Florida, at his o fice in; WOODMAR SAND AND STONE COMPANY I 11 I

you< You will not have to keep anything you do not wish Ocala, in said county, for an order authorizing ,; Builders of i i!
me, as guardian of the mii CEMENT SIDEWALKS ,
and your money will be cheerfully returned. We prepay ex0.1 -i nor heirs of the estate of Charles E. Dealers In ....

: press ; Bail, deceased, to sell at private sal -_ .... 'TO.... __. __ ...
orders over Five. Dollars, I j the following property belonging to| LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers

said estate to-wit: The southwest; of IT WILL.sBuggy Our
Our demand for better goods has this season placed]i quarter of northeast quarter of section CONCRETE BLOCKS, ,: "
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for(: the the best and latest : 3l, township 16. south range 24, PAVING MATERIAL 5 000
of Ocala and vicinity ; ft
people} j east, excepting a certain: triangular J::vwvoui 1 I
styles'h price BUY I II. FENCE POSTS, Etc. |
i1 e 1 least ;!piece of land described bginning '0
L I.. a.asl'a I at southeast corner of The E-tinatos and l plans f jrn.!-'hed and
'. nUIii""US. ., at a pot If you have on hand to sell, or if yo \
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first described tract. thence north 1 joiraits' taken. \ '
four hundred feet (400 feet), th?nc- P. 0 Box 956 Ocala Florida. i are thinking of coming to FlorIda > g
\Ve will! gladly mail samSamles ;west, four hundred feetl'.Hi( fef-t 100 i
1| ua--1p 1 eS'': thence in southeasterly direction tq to make it your home, or "3 3 _
? pie of anything! that you : i'I point of beginning, also all of tv eI '' ....
may wl h. Space does not permit us to mention all wej!! southeast quart?r of the norths-: ...= if you desire to invest 0.;
section 19. to'nshp iti : Tn;=J3 our"Georgia"special top buggy, has
carry but will our stOCK* is conu'Ut': aid we are Mire to I,I quarter, -.-' ; .I.n any of Florida :'fan-tailed,dust mud pr" f; bill collar; lo'g ditance >
say i south, range :24! eat lying on in- ( spindles;axles j-lu": genuine leather up
have, what vou want. !j jIl south side of the public road. also! the finDnVS. property, t.olster..d5eatand back: body plain black; gear'Brewster"
of grrenor "New York" red. complete
southern
north half of the quarter:
3FE OR WRITE TO '*ri'hd'u&le braced i>bafts a.tPJ.OO:th ..icb retails
k the northeast: quarter of section :3 II at Jo 00. We carry a complete line of Vehicles.
: -:- .-. -- -= I township 16 south, range 25 easti 9 1'i 1 1I \Ve would: be pleased to ba"e yen. write us for oar
t r- ----"' i i Said land belonogiag to the estate of I t'ij Seeds I H H' llyl"r. I I N & niatioand Free .i.lu_trated aho catalOSl''I(1uI"S ecialoferoDth=,g fun!detailed job.mf WetiI1neittoscerintereL <.r-

the said Charles E. Ball deceased, to f .* '. rv, !; be sold for the best interest of said ; ... .-,1....ruytrL.ivicearsof J;]-t drvp us a postal card and ask forcatalog bUC
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THE Sl-ORE : minor heirs. ,".' : ,':s. tLy are pronouncedtr :\'O I Estate Dealers I -

BOSTON ;i This 2nd day of October, 19r 7. :4''i .. oe< ar.u fUTebt, by careful : Anderson Hardware Co.
ANNIE Y. BALL. I Ji *"' i-."*.' rS everv Iicre. Your ,: Ocala, Florida :I.Warehouse Dtpr.-itory Decatur, Cor.Moore

4L M-5t< Guardian.: &\M ;'.-' .-- ells t1;-!:1. 1907 Seed _. _- -- u- ,; HtJanta, Ga.
WJiifj A-"Jid free or. -x quest.; -
Mail: us your orders. OC1LS{ FLORIDA Red Saunders. jfj:&'.:ii.PIMZCEV &CO:Detroit,SisD.s Red Saunders. Red Saunders.7T" .

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Tle Plaza cost $13,000,000./ ( : ... 1-;{ M .. J
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It has Silo rooms. It is ( ,..... ... iii'! f.' "" ; .J
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basement, .. l' ,. ;.. ,{ '.=) "R'; a .,-.'U,
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stories high with a su t J ; m"d
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basement below.It B. ROi1It ."" :;> t f :J. t"d. d.
has 1000 employes.It I t .J r f( '( "f.1.-z-t.il }'"I ie" .J.,
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has the most costly furniture .
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hotel in the world. 'V''f'... .., ,'p .. .-n.{ k.M.\1..fn
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It has the most elaborate ventil3in : J I
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; system ever installed. It toc1s,000 : (\J( \ V ?i1; JJf : .

pounds of sheet galvanized rue ili} r.a. .Jl j "Tfl"= q.:.::f : rt''i't__... -....:!.-"''{'r:1.'''''-';.n6.,X-,.. .; ,-- ... --t3'
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t al to make the plant. It has: fourteen --S
colossal fans, driven by electric m 4

house.It tors to. run an air current through tl i 4 Now is the time to replenish stock ct":0 i'

owns five marble grand staireaes 1 8with

to the street, instead of one. 4 4 .-..........ctt I
has a ball room where 500 people ca 4
dance without crowding, in whirthere t 4
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is a splendid stage with fn 4 4
:: scenery whicb-and this is the nu 4 4 4
'lty-can be lifted for fifteen feet i 4 I;> 1T 4
4. the air to form a balcony when 4 4
whole floor space is needed.An Red R OCKl ( 10 11 Ver 11.I 4 4

stage electric is several installation tons effects in weighand thiThe : 4 0 4t .-
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yet it swings upward without 4 .
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latch or noise at the turn of a level 1 4 -C
The kitchen has: twenty-four \\' 4 -4J
There are eighty-two cooks. The ei4o Ime
tire kitchen space, including all (':\ : L LI 11 i
lug rooms for servants and offices, i 4 .
made of white marble and tiling, s.a4 4.

.' Kept that it clean.can be flooded with water an.s *4 AND IN FACT EVERYTHING IN THE J

The suites of rooms for the millionAires 4 :
range between $:5OO and $4"000 ,
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a year; if a man is very far 4 ,. .rn 4 .
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the average millionaire it means 4 -
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can get a suite for 10,000 a jear 4 G U t] J., 4 4 -
There is not only a long and : -'"I.-, "k'r;: .. 4
distance telephone in every room, 4 -tffI ,
a series of buttons by which one 4 4

has call that a floor.a maid complete Every or a waiter equipment few sets or a of page of ; I I New Stock Arriving Daily. Let us have your or- 4 4 4 4 --

vants at close call.

rant Every sen-floor<'e. has The its orders separate written f ders. Prompt shipment guaranteed. 4 4 4

paper are rolled around, put in 4
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pneumatic tube by the waiter on j .
floor and shot down by the 4
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of a lever to a corps of men 4
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: to receive them in the center of
>. kitchen WE ALWAYS CARRY FULL ASSORTMENT I .,
',::i. The linen rooms are the most 1.j
?,., plete in existence. Of each piece ,
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N 1 bed linen there is from five to
:* I thousand stored away on the FI
_. Everything is ticketed and the Tobacco and
Va, of women can put their hands on .yil"a t Cigars 4
hundred pieces in a moment's time. ,
The whole half of the ground
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F- can be taken out, throwing the 4 :?
4 Into the most splendid I Snuffs 4
} room in existence i 4 _

Peacock i ,
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_:1, France and the furniture for
eighteen floors was made in Phila1
,". delphia.) We recommend and handle 4 4
There are fifty motor cars in 4 .
garage for the use of the patrons. 4
The orchestra is seated in a (' 4 :
room halfay above the diningroom. j
where it is entirely roncf'apd.and 4
4 Ralston I Purina
the music drifts Feed i
walls.through huge gold fans inlet into 4 4 4 )

A large part of the \ '' 4 .

r other is floor cooled is moth-alluring given by brine over to in fabrics one which room are furs placed. 4 4 y far the best ground feed for stock on the market 1 (

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There are ten passenger elevators.three ;
sidewalk lifts, and thirteen electric J,
dumb waiters. The latter go )
a speed of 300 feet a minute, so L jBEOOMS i -BRoOMsI :
food is rushed through the air in order J. f.

There not to are get lamps.seventeen cold.The thousand entire incandescent f ..;:

is swept and dusted by a vacuum process ';

to the, the sub-basement dirt conveyed to be through carted Just arrived shipment 200 dozen, assorted, lf

All garbage and waste goes into f4.t "
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-: great incinerating plant. Buy now \'f
The filtered water capacity is 1 i
500.000 gallons a day. For an i : -. .
of fire the pump turns out four thousand : "
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gallons a minute. The refrigerating .
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plant produces fifteen tons i. -44
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the same time and the right time. more .
Every room in the building is in '
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French the
periods except one I ,
which is a German RenaissanceIKHHAHiCoNBiriOHD. j jk -4 ,


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