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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: November 1, 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 )
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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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,' VOL. 12, NO 18. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1., 1907. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR



I, j' t 100Ni 0.eNeNNe004 4 40/444".. 444....Ne44. MRS. CLARENCE CAMP'S PARTY Harris was given a beautiful silver- --

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:" ,;;. + FOR MISS SARA HARRIS heart-shaped bon bon dish as a Spe- THE MUNIJOE & CHAMBLISS B1N }
t: + cial prize.

4 4 For the Best Value n The Jim large social event of the For those not playing cards Mrs. | .
::1i i ;! Incorporated Capital, $50,000
winter season was Mrs. Clarence Camp had arranged a charming ; ,

,f' guessing contest in the form of --
: a romance -
Camp's afternoon
Tuesday ,
GET A 4. party on
.; i 0 the answers to the questions: ORGANIZED FOR SUCCESS
which beautiful to .
was a compliment --
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< being the titles of popular novels. In F
: Miss Sara Harris, whose wedding is
Ii 25c B OX H !. a notable event of next week. It was this contest Mrs. William Rocker' Governed by Intelligent Conservatism

V, won the prize, a heart-shaped hand-
; 'tone of the most brilliant affairs ever We Stand

j. i : : OE OUR H'i: given in Ocala and was attended by painted The musicians dish. who played so de- T. T. MUNROE, PresidentZ. By Our Customers

,, nearly oue hundred: ladies. '
lightfully during the afternoon : C. CHAMBLISS, Vice President.
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V S TATIONERy Ideal weather, quantities of fra-
j'! grant Howers, music and beautifully were Mrs. Alice Cline and Mr. Waiter- j A. E. GERIG, Cashier. o
t- Jr. + (J
I son Tucker.
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Never has a lovelier party been giv-
a.s a great social triumph. I i|Jone& gracefully yielded to the only I THE
e4 en in Ocala, and the many friends of i MEETING TUESDAY NIGHT
:
fiII The decorations of the large home man who could! hold the hearts audi '

j osloice Drug Store.il\I" i were entirely in red and green, the I the delighted popular with hostess the exquisite were perfectly arrangements |i j minds of the Tennts&eeans in the j A Discussion, Pro and Con, as to the

I whole house being massed with trailing leash of his wonderrul eloquence, in !
l' I of this beautiful event. j I Paving of Ocaia's Streets F
oJI bamboo vines, branches of niagno- |looser bonds than heir own favorite i)
). Those who were present at this :Mayor Izlar and a number of citizens -
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1 ;iia and ferns, while large vases of ex- orator. Premise:; limped to the front

*+ : Prescriptions Freporcd Proper e ej I I.' mii-ite robes and red dahlias adorned j jtlv 'J I 1Irs.beautiful Clarence pan Camp were Miss the following Sara Har-: of the grand stand, and looked like a in response to his call for a

: mantels, piano, sideboard buffet lion shaking the dews of the morning special meeting of the citycounc-l
j 4 :1 I ris Mrs. W. N. Camp, Mrs. Jack .
0 : t'tc. On the large center table in the from his magnificent For five I and the .
mane. representative ci/
; : the
1 .. .Ae..00bO'De..F..6rY0d0o.Ne..0g60'.0.Ot08s.e. Camp, iir<5. Frank Harris, Mr& W. H. /' >

i .......46...$4. e 000.0..40+....i'0.v44,49+-..e0. :dining room was an immense cut Powers, Mrs. Frank Drake, Mrs. C. C. minutes the wild huzzas of political II city met at ue ct, .ncil (--n.t\.i; t rUl' .-
glass vase filled with glowing crimson idolatry rent the air.
___ Todd, Misses Saly Camp Bettman, day nigut. bur a .,lorum 1.1 i:. oun-
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| and brass candlesticks Prentiss
n roses showed in lads: flushed
Louise Harris, Bessie Porter, Edna I ell did bon t
l-- not
Local and Personal for the Ocala Banner force. They ( holding red tapers, and all of the cheeks how he enjoyeu the splendid ; i I.j'

I I Ij were grown on Mr. J. B. Uriggs' ukla- rooms were darkened, the electricI Dozier, Hattie Dye Esther Weathers: triumph of the hour. He removed his ;i )!r. Ham.n .- !':,.)u d that L\,,' res-
Louise Scott, Annie :Mixson, Valeta
waba river place, the fruit of which I, ht-, being shaded in red. At intervaL broad Panama hat and took from hi-: <. resohe::: I'I-'h! i ,,:, il.;i. !'m->
Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. '' '. Potter, Alice Bullock. Clara Gray, '
has merited so much praise in former among the greens, and arranged bnast pocket a small vial, containing meeting and tl\'; Major i 1-.u .' :aide
___ I. I Florence Walters, Miriam Pasteur, I II 'I
1 I I years, and is again coming to the in a most artistic manner were large j' I;some: elixir, or possibly: a small glass I over the aiiie
!Margaret Taylor, Annie Davis
1 .Mr I Stewart Ramey is back at Cit :front and claiming its favorite place. !!; red hearts which gave just the necessary of old Otard brandy. Governor Jones This niotuiiiMayor n.:, a I rie Crook, Meta Jewett. Sarah Flor-I
1.1 I !hi-!i old stamping ground much to I I color the walls and fur- .
{ to himself told me the story thus: : Izlar ti'; stati' :h i io ;"'i1)Q-:;
,i'if' delight of his old friends. i Fessenden Academy and Industrial I ther carried out the atari idea of the ('reery, Mrs. Allsop Mrs. Cullen, "For two mortal hours this orator, es for wlhrh lix meeting: ua;:, wIlt',1

School at Fessenden, opened Mon afternoon. 'j!I Holder, Mrs. Bullock Mrs. \lcKt'an.1 greater than Bolingbroke and with and read the contract for paving cer-

\Vs Teague and her daughter Mrs. day morning with a large enrollment.A At the door Mrs. Frank Harris and. Irs. C. V. Miller, Mrs. Lee more fascinating witchery of speech tain streets around the public square

I N' Withers, of Lady Lake, are in faculty of eleven teachers, Mrs. Jack I{! Mrs. Austin 1Irs. Looney, Irs. Weathers -
new Camp welcomed the guests. :i than Charles James Fox possessed, with vitrified brick and the ordinance
the, city on a visit to Mrs. Teague's buildings and bright prospects Mrs. Harris white and black :| Mrs. H. C. Dozier Mrs. P. Y.I
prom- wore a : whose silvery eloquence no man ever under which the said contract was:,
OI'I.T daughter, Mrs. Townley Porter. ise good results. The enrollment striped coat suit, with a touch of .. Leavengood, Mrs. G. K. Robinson, I i correctly ported.{ Srgpant S. Pren- drawn. He stated that his objec-
Mrs. Schreiber. Mrs. R. L. Anderson,
shows students from Marion and other leather, and her hat was black velvet. tiss held this vast audience spellbound tion to signing the contract was because -
Ur M. M. Counor of Citra, who isrt Mrs. H. L. Anderson, Mrs. William I
Florida counties. The opening exercises Mrs. Camp wore a stunning black and in the tightening grip of his I it bound the city to the payment
"-topping at the Palmetto House, called Anderson, Mrs. Carney, Mrs. II
I were quite interesting con- white striped silk dress and an im- IaUgbS'1, fiery eloquence. He talked like an I of $3 ooon, and he was not informedas
the Banner Mrs. Mrs. J. J.
on Tuesday to pay hiss Tydings,
sisting of stirring addresses by a mense picture hat of black velvet with : angel. He argued like Lord Bacon. to the financial condition of the
-s>nects and wish it much success in A. E. Gerig, Mrs. Lapham, Mrs. Chazal
number of interested visitors. The plumes.In "One moment the great crowd was cit and was in doubt as to its being
its Mrs. Koonce, Mrs. Abe Brown Mrs.
f progress. faculty comes from Fisk, ;I"alladega the reception ball the hostess in tears, an the next moment men's able to meet this obligation. lie said,
I Rheinauer Mrs. Hall Mrs. Hocker
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College, Ala., Hampton Institute, Va., and honor guest received. Mrs. Camp hats were thrown in the air, and the however, that since calling the meet-
TLere is another Miss Waterman at j ji Mrs. Duval Mrs. Mote, Mrs. Pearson,
'I and Tougaloo t'nirersitUss.. wore a handsome black net gown, and women (for the fair sex abound at he had bad a consultation with Ir.DU.al .
i the home of Mr. and Mrs. U. It. Waterman Mrs. G. D. Wright :Mrs. Blalock Mrs.
Miss Harris' gown was white ch.iIonI Southern meetings) waved their cambric chairman of the finance com-
at Gainesville Ga. The Ocala Dr. W. M. Richardson and Mr. Pur- I. Potter, Mrs. Mallory Liddon, Mrs. C.
with which she wore a large bouquet I and perfumed handkerchiefs in mittee, and was informed that the city
friends of these good people extend dy Richardson of Boardman are visiting C. Carroll Mrs. Walter Hood, Mrs. E. #
of red roses and a picture hat of the breeze. The speaker never paus- would be able to meet these several
i congratulations.The in Ocala. These gentlemen made I C. Bennett, Mrs. Mclver and Mrs. Bur-
black velvet
payments for street paving as they

New York Packer that the Ocala Banner a very pleasant call Mrs. W. H. Powers and Miss Louise ford. splendor I fell due. He stated that his next objection -
says during their visit and stated that '
the early frosts caught the vineyards.The Harris the former wearing white Paris PRENTISS' WONDERFUL ORA mid-heaven of his magic eloquence.His was as to the material of the
Boardman would perhaps ship 40,000 muslin and the latter white suisene I audience lIe
catawbas were the worst damaged. TORYA bowed their heads and paving. thought, perhaps using

On the whole, however, the crop boxes of oranges this season. Mr. silk, asked the guests into the punch I wept at his pathetic bursts of oratory, the present paving for a basis, an asphalt -

was a profitable one. Frank Sampson, who has a large room, where Mrs. Frank Drake and I writer in the Philadelphia Times or shouted themselves hoarse at bis for a covering could be used s

packing house and every facility for Mrs. C. C. Todd were serving. terrific phillipics, as he evisceratedand which would be perhaps as good as
packing fruit, will pack the crops of says: Twenty thousand people were
.C. C. Carroll, "Uncle Billy" Miss Sally Camp and Miss Bettman annihilated, with Inspired eloquence vitrified brick and at a much lower

Folks and quite a number of other Dr. Richardson and Mr. Wolfenden. gave out the pretty little heartshaped -I assembled in the public square at the enemies of the man they I price.

prominent Baptists, went up to' Mic- Ir. Purdy ;Richardson has just returned score cards and showed the visit I Nashville, Tenn., to hear the merits all loved-Henry Clay." i A great many questions were asked

anopy Tuesday to attend a Baptist from a several months' tripto ors into the large dining room, where.of Henry Clay "the gallant Millboy of He had spoken for over two hours and a great many remarks were made, '

convention. Mr. Carroll preached' Boston'and other northern and the tables were all arranged. i I the Slashes," discussed. Jones led off i and in one of his grand climaxes, Ser- some favoring one kind of materialfor

eastern cities, and gave an excellent Those who participated in the in one of the brightest, wittiest : '
there Tuesday night. [ geant S. Prentiss' siprit which "o'er paving and some another. Some
account of his travels in a letter to guessing contest occupied the library speeches, for he was a most entertaining informed his tenement of clay," left who favored vitrified brick paving

the Banner, printed some; weeks ago. and reception hall, which were exceedingly stump speaker, and a favorite ora-
Rev. I. W. Boring of Pine was in his body and he fell fainting in the were opposed to the method by which
He was delighted with what he saw artistically decorated. i tor among the whigs of the olden- the
Ocala Tuesday and said. to us that arms of Governor Jimmy Jones. present contract was given out.
some distinguished American once and was greatly benefited by his vis Hearts was the game for the after-i time, who reverenced Clay with beautiful The governor, with tears chasing Some favored a delay and wanted

said that the first ship that left Boston it. While in Ocala Dr. and Mr. Rich- noon and this game was enjoyed for I idolatry. But the audience af- each other down his face, while the 'the street committee to make a fur-

ardson were tt-e guests of Mr. and hour, and resulted in Mrs. ter Governor Jones tour,
carried a cargo of rum to Africa an Looney:I hearing an breathless audience rose on their feet. ther investigation to see if a cheaper -

and brought back a cargo of negroes, Mrs. Bouvier. Mrs. Bouvier is Dr.Richardson's winning the prize a pretty little cut I i grew loudly impatient and clamored clasped the glorious orator to his bos- material could not be used for the

daughter. glass heart-shaped bon bon dish. Miss :'for Sergeant S. Prentisn. Governor
and rum has nothing to its credit I I I i om and exclaimed: "Die. Prentiss! work.

since that time. For Chapped Skin. I I die! What a glorious hour for a states- Mr. Harris finally made the follow-

r an's apotheosis!" ing motion: .
whether tbf hands
Chapped skin, on ,I
i.r. JV.. Ward, Jr., of Floral City or face may be cured in one night by | 'i:!yfl'LII .::-- Bur Prentiss didn't die. That scene Resolved., That it is the ,,"II.-I' of <
V V
_. Ray of Martel, Mr. Hugh applying Chamberlain's Salve. It i is i j r'1 l I"'-uars: description. But the fame of this meeting that the pavin': \\i::, vitrified -

Nichols of Wildwood. Mr. Fitzpatrick also unequalled for sore nipnle! ,[I : that speech traveled by the strange brick proceed without j.ni!!! ces- "
burns and scalds. For sale by alII,
.n lit-lleview) Mr. Blair of Cornell, Mr. druggists. m : and rapid transit the Freemasonry of sary delay. V'V

!' Robert Fosnot of Eastlake, Mr. E. II. j ji I II i o 11
1 k\,'iI of Trilby. J. C. Pillans of Electra Another Wedding at Shady t j i m';-s.-see. and it carried the pending to the motion: B

-. all prominent business men in Shady, five miles south of Ocala ':I j I election.] Two years later Prentiss Resolved. That it is the MM-J! Of -

communities did die in New Orleans. As this meeting that the
their respective werevisnors of wedding Boling- mayor suspend
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was again the scene a pretty I
in Ocala Tuesday.Mr. I ) THAT FIT THE FEET < broke l I..ft no speech equal to his fame signing this contract for a period of
which took place Sunday morning j
I neither! did Prentiss. One great con- thirty days, pending an investigationof

Albert Alison Graham placed at ten o'clock at the home of the j, : irre
-J. this office under obligations to him bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. E. j I N> wan his right to a seat in congress expense thereof.Col. .

yesterday by leaving a bag of oranges Gt skins. The contracting couple were against Jefferson Davis but this Otis T. Green moved to lay the

I r, Miss Lovie E. Gaskins and Mr. Samuel :j p1IcEsTHAT : -peor-h won by the power of argument substitute on the table.

FRECKLES AND PIMPLE I E. Granger of Oxford and Mr. alone] It is to be regretted that therei Colonel Green's motion was carriedby
I
: \\". Douglass, notary public, 11'1' i no enduring monument left to perpetuate a vote of 10 to 7. "
REMOVED In Ten Days.
; the immortal of this Mr. Harris' motion was then
ed the ceremnoy. i memory put,
I FIT POCKET I
NadmolaThe After the wedding a sumptuous i creator and most marvelous gifted with the following result:

dinner was enjoyed by the relatives : i lof American orators.A Ayes, Harris, Rheinauer O. T.
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Complexion -- ----
and intimate friends of the young --- Green, Duval, E. W. Davis, C. L. Sis- j:
Beautifier is endorscJ ) (
couple.In Criminal Attack. trunk, T. T. Munroe, W. II. Powers,
thousands
L by the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Granger on an inoffensive citizen is frequently Z. C. Chambliss. R. R. Carroll.
of grateful ladies,and i The Marion Shoe made in that apparently useless little
guaranteed to remove drove to their home In Oxford, '|: tube called the "appendix." It's generally Nays, R. L. Anderson D. E. Mc-

i all facial discoloration where the groom is engaged in the I the result of protracted constipation Iver, L. F. Ballard R. McConaty, J.
(J. M. Meffert D. B. Mayo.)
"} ut;A and restore thee trucking business and is succeeding following liver torpor. Dr. E. Chace Stephen Jewett, J. R. :Moor-
The BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. King's New Life Pills regulate the
of
beauty youth. admirably. The young couple begin head J.G Ferguson.So .
rl { I OCALA FLORIDA. liver appendicitis and pstab-
worst cases in twenty days. 50c. and $1.00at with the bet Wi < prevent the motion was carried
t their married life h'I' L h-h regular habits of the bowels by a vote

I'rqare.t all bv leading NATION Srui Totter stores'i.O..or Pws.by mail Ttoa.: i"':; of a large number of friends. .I n "'-1S< "cnt. 1"-" : ) E.ZL W 2"'<'. at Ty'lings & Co.'s drug store m of I1' to S;;. and the meeting adjourned. f


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In this .stockvill be found the greatest aggregation of LADIES'U1i's AND SKIRTS in the r'm. Ti.>,"- r*** hand

r53 tailored and made lf.the IK fabrics obtainable} and in the latest fashion, and considering price and n i." ' _. they are FJW'Q

J j Li Oil I j' I Ix N' S Ps. being: sold as luw as it is post.il le TO handle this;: class of yoeds*. .',n roll? ease line ofMen's J II K{ l' L if Ii J

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S The I {p ace that always < also abounds bore and to attempt tfdt" rile thtnl} here would take: a full fake of this paper.s space.. They mint it The store that keepseverything

1 beiut Sold} attractive Also] Knee Pants tuiH.:
?* seen to be nppreciated. Then tlO. they are : at bl'el'i311 I'rict ; Boys

full values tor" sizes 4 to IS. The stock of LADIES AND :\E! \'S BOE now ht'ingshown here cannot duplicated in Central in the line .

gjvcs Florida. All kinds. from the hight'st grade patent leather to the Lest heavy leather for Lard-\\earing purposes. Fut: .J

i line of Dress: Goods in all kind of Silks, etc. Underwear for the whole family may be found here, and in fact even of Wearing Apparel l !

every dollar I spent thing usually kept in a first-class Dry Goods Store. Give me a call and I wIll save you money. a

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WEIRSDALE AND Special 1 Cor. Ocala Banner:
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BaA .....r: 'or. I and family report ,i
Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Ocala Her. }f. JI. Outland
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Special Cor. Ocala Banner: that the La An Ocala party, composed of John great deal of fucitriiu-nt wi floated Wo are An Oregon says bees
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Oranges are leaving this neighbor I i Pelot, John Sutherland and another Sunday aftrrnoun when Mr. Hry- an ),11111l.i4 honey IngllH. where they enjoyed the hospitality -

'..' hood by the carloads. Good returns Grnade, Oregon. Commercial Club gentleman, were squirrel hunting in ant's hon, hitched Co Mr. Sh''dd' building! fi'nc ii, trimming trees, Liul- of those good people and feasted

arrive daily. There was never a more)j has taken advantage of the fact that I our hammocks one day last week. wagon ran arrows town, hitting; every \lug lumber, <%tc. force of j, on fish and oysters. .

!the passenger trains stop there from ; Eight squirrels bit the dust under tree that he mm to and tore Iho Miss Jessie Owens bas a I I' A. Audley of Martel celebratedhis
for shiPPing-weath.1 railh'nces
pleapant season ten to fifteen minutes while changing I their excellent aim, and the squirrel wagon almost rotnplftoly up. No UIIII hiuida clearing) away some old | 33rd: anniversary October Jl by

t-r fair and cool, teams and men in I engines, etc., and have erected an exhibit dinner was delicious, they said. was in the Wagon And tlU no lUlU was and replacing UJH game wltb giving a big pillau to his numerous

.2 abundance and the sidetracks full of I building. Before the trains arrive )tr.1.. P. Frin khan returned from hurt. win'. |1 friends, which was participated in
ir on
cars I at the depot an announcement is Pensacola, where he attended the Miss lUssitSh -dd! who spent llo: ThomaH Ik-fin IH Hatching )by the good people generally of Mar
idea.
desire to do so can Confederate Veterans' mt 'tinK.lr.: months in South Carolina, good split liv<*oak pontH a good I
It will soon be time to pay tribute !:. made that all who summer some tel. Mr. and Mrs. Ausley are up-to-
to the fertilizer companies.A get off and look through the exhibit Frink said that he had a pleasant has returned homo much I improvedand The Colbert are putting down I date entertainers. All had a pleasant

A \ pleasant picnic was held at hall. A lecture is delivered to the time chatting with his old comrades reports a pleasant visit. K{ l ,
Stark's Ferry Saturday, the 19th inst. passengers. Twice a week the ladies !I I Mr. Frink had to report on the sick I II Miss Lizzie Well and Miss Ella Charley Itoylcu i is still gathering happy returns. j

More than one hundred people were '' distribute flowers to each and every I.I list, and when he returned he still Lylt-s returned Saturday from Dun- corn. Don't look like he'll ever get' The young men of Martel gave ai*

in attendance. In the afternoon a I'[ passenger and place beautiful bou- had a high fever. Friends are wishing nellon. through. Hut then Charley has six oyster roast Friday night which was*

baseball game between the boys of..: quets on each table in the dining car, for him a speedy recovery. The reporter had a curd from MrK. horses now instead of three. Guessit well attended, and all present pronounced .

the east and west sides of the river, I accompanied by a card, "Compli Mrs. S. H. Blitch is a star farmer I I Joseph: Millsom stating that they will take HOIIW corn to feed 'em. the oysters superb, they having :

resulting in vicitory for the west ments of La Grande." On some occas as well as a star housekeeper. Mrs. would sail :Monday for their wiii'-r Miss Edna Hollin.sworth of Browns been roasted by C. P. Pillans. who !

tide boys by a score of 10 I to G. It ions they have distributed prunes to I Blitch has gathered and housed recently -I home in lieilcviow, much to the delight ville, near Arcadia, bas returned to succeeds in everything hi-. Nana f.ni; l

and placed prune 580 bushels of oats. Who can of their many friends. her home after several weeks spent l
I .1: was a very interesting game. every passenger I to do. Martel is not d for its ,;{){':ai:
in the dining car that informed that Mrs. Miller here with her sister, Mrs. J. It. Thomas.
We
Mr. V: P. Kelsey the champion jelly on each table. beat are I gatherings spent in fes'U'enjo.rn: : : '-L t. ii

snake exterminator, added another accompanied by cards bearing: "Com Early Bird is again coming to the and daughters Misses Grace and Ethel and this came fully up to tl>- :-r ir. :' !
rattler to his list Wednesday.Mr. pliments of La Grande. Made from front. The place is getting to be quitea intend leaving the City of Oaks At a recent meeting of the Sparr ;

C. E. Brown, our jolly agent, La Grande Ronde prunes, with La phosphate center. The two plants for Eustis, where the girls both have Local Farmers' Union the following ard.W.. B. Johnson, of the firm of Car [/I

delighted his friends with an open air Grande Ronde sugar." Distribution of there are now running on full time, work. We are very sorry to lose them delegates were elected to attend the Ray, Johnson & Co., has had tr:> !

oyster stew Tuesday afternoon. !. apples are to be made to the passen and we learn through a reliable source but wish them much success.The county union at Moss Bluff next Saturday dwelling, sold by John H. BrooKfr: ,- f

The exercises at the school house gers. This is a substantial systemof that another plant will be established I Belh'View Workers met at the : .E.... Clemmons, John Carlton larged and otherwise beautified I' .snow 'i

were very pleasantly rendered last advertising that cannot help but there at an early date. home of Mrs.. U. C. Ridge with elevenmembers and W. L. Martin. County President its finishing- tour,:..., {
I receiving
Friday afternoon. These exercises bring results.Mr. Among those who went shopping to present. Considerable work I Colbert and County Business AgentJ.
and will at an early day be occ'i.-
occur every second Friday. J. B. Griggs of Electra was in too Brick City the past few days were jMr. j I was accomplished and a friendly chat ,! E. Thomas will also go from this .
himself and esteemed wife WO-f-
by
)Ir. J. E. Davenport of'inter Haven Ocala Saturday, taking orders for or- : and Mrs. Gillis and Miss Gillis of I''enjoyed.I Minutes of the last meeting local.
residence has been at Valdosra, Ga.
is with us again. anges, to be delivered some time next Cotton Plant, Mr. James Badger and 'were read and approved. Airs. C, II. Rev. Crumpton) filled his regular ap

w' Mr. Frank R. Simpson arrived week. Instead of shipping, he thinkshe grandson Arthur Brooks, of Oldtown (Hilton paid her dues of 2 5 cents for pointment here Sunday, preaching for many years.
I I bir'?!via ;
Miss Laura Kemp gave a ;
Wednesday afternoon from High will sell in this way. He is asking and Messrs. Montholon Atkinson, the coming year and became a member tw0 veryable sermons. The evening

Springs, and will visit his mother for 1 1-1 cents apiece for them. His are Neal Ferguson J. L. Smith, Mabe of the society. They will meet service was a special one, previously party to her many friends Saturdayafternoon : j
I I from 2 to 5 o'clock. I' a:: i
several days. nice oranges"In Phillips of Berlin and Mr. G. 0. Turner with Mrs. A. D. Polly next Thursday. announced, so the rouse was crowded. ,

Mrs. Lucian Smith of Tampa is former years tbe Oklawaha river of Gaiter. }lr. Turner spent several Mrs. Sirdefield has returned from Circumstances existing in the well attended. Refreshments Fserved i
I and all had timl'A j
spending a week or two with Mrs. orange was regarded the very best days in the city. the hospital much improved, we are i Baptist church here demanded some a good

Clarence Smith. that left the state."-Ocala Banner. James Adam, a prosperous colored j I(glad I I to state. very plain preaching from the pastor number of ladies aceompani.a t t" 1 l

: Col. U. A. tturnham of Waco, Tex., The Oklawaha river orange is farmer, says that "hog killing" time Mrs. J. W. Lanier went to Ocala and Brother Crumpton was fully twenty-seven little folks who a't"n-
I I I IMr.
: ; has taken up his usual quarters at the again back in its accustomed place, is coming, and that he will immediately Tuesday to consult a doctor. While equal to the occasion. ed. ,

Smith Hotel for the winter, and will and we challenge any other section of put twenty head in the fields to I'in I Ocala she will be with her moth Mrs. Lee Grantbam was the happy Ray has returned from a v I';;:- a

superintend the shipping of his fruit the state to produce "just as good." fatten. Good for you, Jim. E'r.Ye hope for her great improvement recipient of a fine casket of silverwarea ness trip to North Carolina "21-.

which was an agreeable surprise to Miss Edith Kupperbush has returned Mr. Joseph Hudgens, who has been in health and that she will soon few days ago from her estimable brought back with him a gentleman i

': him as he looked over his grove and to Palatka. Miss Howard accompanied visiting his sister, Mrs. William Hen return to her home here. husband. Judge Grantham. It is one take charge of his farm. .: J

found almost double the amount of her. derson, at Grahamville, for the past I''I' Mr. J. T. E. Gaskins of Shady and of the prettiest and most valuable t

fruit that he shipped last year and Mrs. W. II. Carlton and children few weeks, has returned home.TECUMSEH.. his son-on-law, Mr. Bennett Johnson, caskets one commonly sees outside ofa Dr. and Mrs. Eaton Lindner rf, A::- n f fI

of a much superior quality. are now living in Jacksonville.Mr. I I were visitors in Belleview Sunday.Mr. city silverware store, and Mrs. thony were in Ocala Wednesday -:. I I

Mr. J. L. Carney is shipping three Early Perkins of the Eaton Johnson went to Plant City on Grantham is justly proud of the pres !I a shopping expedition. i 1I :

week from Creek section, passed through Gra- More than Enough is Too Much train. I I -- --- -- ,, .
t and four cars of oranges; a the afternoon -
To maintain health a mature manor I ent.The I I 1
the Carney Investment Company's island hamville on his way to the Brick City woman needs just enough food to I Peter Stanley cottage was all namental. Thanks, many thinks, kind ; ;

groves last Saturday. repair the waste and supply energy I Fifty Years a Blacksmith. illuminated with joy a few days since. friend. The beauty of that lovelv: j
Samuel R. Worley, of Hixburg, Va.,
Captain Robert Fosnot is busy hauling :Messrs.: J. B. Griggs, Joseph Stan- and body heat. The habitual con has been shoeing horses for more An appreciated lady friend presented"the present is overshadowed only by
the aland and E. 0. Cordrey are busy sumption of more food than Is necessary six- memory's reflections of own i
fruit and passengers on than fifty years. He says: "Cham colonel" with a most lovely your
for these is the prime
and with their They are hauling purposes berlain's Pain Balm has given me ; kindness and general !
steamer "D lla. the large barge oranges. cause of stomach troubles, rheuma, I piece gentleman's toilet set-green goodness, generosity
the launch, all of which are kept them to Ocala where they receive tism and disorders of the kidneys. If great relief from lame back and rheu!! stained china, trimmed in old goldsODPthing !! to the people around you. ;
matism. It is the best liniment I ever :. :
moving. 1 1-4 cents apiece. They make several troubled with indigestion, revise your, used." For sale by all druggists. m I useful as well as highly or- PETER STANLEY.
diet, let and not appetite con
Mr. Lynch and family of Grove trips each week. reason
trol and take a few doses of Chamber- ,
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Park spent a few days: at the Smith Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Stanalandwere r-
lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and ., r ._,. '-. ':I' .:c.-------""
Hotel this week, and, as usual with among the shoppers going to you will soon be all right again. For ..s'ili r-r-JC: .: ; -

all who see and drink of the spark Ocala Saturday. sale by all druggists. m

S ling waters of beautiful Lake Weir Several parties went to Ocala the
? Read Red Saunders.
I want a 1'ome here, which they will past week for seed oats, and not one '

1 have in the near future. oat could th -y find there. SOUTH LAKE WEIR I

Mr. U. L. Martin has a force of men Mr. George Rogers of Atlanta is at

t at work grading a track for a switchto Lynne visiting his parents, Co!. and Special Cor. Ocala Banner: a- A
aLca'Ve
load find and manufacture artificial Mrs. R. F. Rogers.
Mrs. Thomas McLean was a Weirs-
stone on the lake shore. Mr. Thomas Johnson left Saturdayfor .

3 Capt. Pyles came down from Ocala Cornell, where he will work in a dale visitor on Saturday, and earlierin j

this evening to take a look at the sawmill.A the week called on friends at

;, hard roads under construction fromWhitt's sweet and pretty bunch of roses South Lake Weir. ...--------.
: : Ferry and Lady Lake to this was sent to our writing den one day: Nelson Williams is a hustler whenit -
point. last week. They were grown in Mrs.
comes to loading fruit He has
There is a growing demand here for Alonzo Long famous flower yard at
> loaded quite a number of cars this j i I
hotel accommodations and houses. Ev- Connor. We extend many thanks for season. wish to announce that though we did n t advertise a grand opening 1)

cry mail brings inquiries, which are the roses. Among the South Lake Weir people with banners and trumpets, we are now ready to :show visitors the
turned down on account of no vacant Among the visitors to Ocala from in Weirsdale Saturday were Mr.
th,;. section the few r
houses. -; past days wereMr.
Peak, Mr. Killam, Mr. Thomas Sig-1:
[ and Mrs. Isaac Perkins, Mr. and mon and Mrs. C. S. Gates and Miss I Grandest and Most Pleasing Display of
Mrs J. B. Griggs, Mr. and Mrs. C.
YOU ALL }POW }ME! Stanaland and Messrs. Joseph Stana- Mary Gates. The latter is progressing ;:I !
x rapidly in mastering telegraphy !
',-. !and, I:. O. Cordrey, Jack, Pat and \ .
under the able instruction of Mr. Merchandiseever
.: l Thomas Randall, Walter Sewell, Rob g
Brown, the station agent at Weirs-
;;. t McDonald Fred Wellhorner, Raymond 'j I

Holly and Preston Goolsby. dale.Mr.. Kast's son and daughter came I :q brought together at any one place in Ocala. Everything in the

I Deep down in our hearts we love on the evening train Saturday for a U'"r newest and most desirable styles. Our Mr. Goldman, having just returned -

II that front old landmark-the old oak in visit.His I',. from New York, is responsible! for this vast display, and nor :
of the Ocala House in Oca1a-
I and we wish it could stand there for- old position as station agent at j'I.tl one who sees it can doubt the absolute newness and exclusive stylesof
Weirsdale seems to remain ever'fresh
,'\',-r. Let*tbe axe touch it not. Pave in the memory of Mr. Williams. I' the goods that are here, and of those arriving daily, everything;

around it and let the grand old oak from the smallest of
We are glad to welcome old friends I Ii ri Completely new, paper; pins to a graiul array of

I I btand. CIIATTEX CIlr I. i I and acquaintances. '|&! Cloaks and Skirts.And .

t : : \iF II I THE VOICE OF ONE PAULINE Mr. Vernie Hobbs and Miss Mary :t speaking of Cloaks and Skirts, we have honestly the grandest .._ '

I Smith of Oxford were callers here on IJ J assortment of Skirts that you have: ever seen for the money. They '

(Written for the Ocala Banner.) ,I Sunday I I are Voiles\ of the finest grade, ChiiTon and Panamas in black, blue, J t.l .

If I could hear your voice, Pauline.I'd gray and brown. Hrilliantines in all! colors. The styles you must t ) l

listen all day long. I'I\'? SSPI I i see, as we could not adequately describe their beauty and 1
And every day, if you, my queen IIFI r \1i4S I cOInplete't
I Would l I y, ness in an advertisement. have a feast of good things
sing to me your song. : _" 4 I j I ,
I. ,I,11 just the proper weight, in Parisian cn' cts. Outings, Flannelettes,

Could I but hear your voice, Pauline, : THISJEEI I{ : i Broadcloths, etc. Then 1 in our (II

Your soft sweet, merry voice- I .;..- --,- I II r 1
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Did you but speak to me, I
my queen I
A. (KEY FRANK
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Whoso likeness appears abou- is EOG7.iJ' \\" 'Twould make my heart rejoice. i 2jjc! Outing Flannel, I Millinery Departmentwe

tnafta'r Of i i ; per yard \kj35c .
} ii j Could I hut hear your voice alway have an assortment ot Trhmm-d Hals that i\\orth crmirg 1-:
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( j I never should be blue- ; Heavy Underwear, i to see, and the beauty 1Hi\ t that the prices are all right ) I
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I) t.r I Care-free my heart each day', all day, per garment 23c150c

WIll?clj'fJdZi. /;i:4: lol p :j Just listening to you. :' Large Cake Boxes : i We have several thuuscnl dollars' worth of Stylist Merchandise) for your inspection and 4 4up

.- \ I I roc1. einznb2r always tI ut 'If it Is n qood thing we've got it" 1
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7 4f# ;". ;r11rrw..,... '. ._. 'I i' heard you laughing merrily- | Japanned, f for otic150c }-

j' 'Twere music sweet and clear- ;, Large Bread Boxes, -

And 'Twere like some angel-melody, for i9c) _. . ..... .. .. ,. ._ tl ,
;; invites all to inspect their 1 i _c- -. S -- ia--------- -_- _-.- ,_ _.,. ..... _
,: The angel too. was near. aas. --.at---------- -- ____._ -- -_- _.__.._ j
New Fall Goods.USKhaki !SOc Large Lamps, ,1 li ,:

<.. j Once in a dream I heard you speakIn I complete :#)c I Ii l

P accents low and sweet, $J 50 Heavy Blankets, ;i EW j
And
ail through dreamland now I seek j J large size ) :} ,
j Some fairy-queen to meet. pair $1.3 $1t

Cloth! |$1.75 and $2 Men's Oil '- .. i I

Your voice compels my bean, Pauline, i I Grain Shoes 9 mir! ( .
I Jrl.lo. 1 W\ '
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New Dress Fabric II To love someone-that's you; : Ii .. r
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Sing on, or speak to me, my queen, ]135c 2-quJl't Plain Chin !i I c1llt 1_ \ lH: $i

T 25 CentsJ i i And ever I'll be true. : Pitcher 2cVisit : '
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I 4 Sara Elizabeth HarriS, Local Editor. !i, J.man A.i is Bouvier the guest, this of week.his daughter, Mrs. I l I! IN THE REALMS OF SOCIETYThe r I 1! GRANDPAflENTS r [ Till ABOUT T PM-I 1.I II .



Mrs. Godfrey Moyers and children, I
: Miss J. I I' t
sther"E>atl'rs reached of lakeland are the guests of :Mrs. i
; home Catarrh Fifteen Years.
Saturday afternoon Meyer's mother Mrs. Edward I I Rheumatism of Old Age. !
Bad
from her ; social season in ocala Las A Dr.
visit of six no Taylor to Wed Miss Dekle Mrs S. A Rogers, Li Moore, Cal., ,
weeks in New York er. : '1 i Mrs Caroline Trunk, ITuo Jefferson 1
New begun in earnest, awl tle wintermonths Mr and Mrs. Matthew Leomdas De- writes: j
Jersey and Massachusetts Ave., Peoria: 111., writes i
I in this city will probably' bl:" ke! have: sent out invitations to the ;i i -I had chronic catarrh of fifteen !i iy 1 ;
---- J Mr. and Mrs. John II. Mathews the ears standing, r.nd J. ath seemed to "I had a very painful trouble for six j
in her There will
Mr. came up from Candler Saturday and : gayest history. carriage of .their daughter Palhe stare me in the face. I tried e\"enl'so- years, consisting of rheumatism in the '.
George
A. Nash, captain of the I { be several society weddings and many Elaine, to Doctor Hermon Marshall called' catarrh and I i I back and in the thigh. I used a ;treat *
Ocala Rifles, and I spent the day with Mr. Mathews' pa- 1 : remedies without deal of medicine but it did not help me.
Mr. Taylor, receptions, parties dances and other 1: }
Stroman, '; rents. Taylor, on the evening of Tuesday, avail. I took fifteen bottles of Peruna : Then I used Dr. Hartman'* Peruna, \

JrVrnember of the company, came home i i '. social affairs that go towards making : the twelfth of November, at ten and five bottle:: of 1bnal1n, and I :lUll,i and two bottles of this entirely freed \

aturday from the Pensacola encamp-1 Ocala so charming during the wint -r 1 clock at the First Baptist church at completely cured. All the catarrhs :'1 me of the rheumatism.; I wish to keep I 1

ment. I I Rev. J. P. Hilburn, president of the I season. The German Club will give a Marianna, Florida. This marriage is .1, sjmptoms are pone, my di r':-iiua is ; both Peruaa and Miinaiin: always in the j

i{ I : good, my appetite is good, aaa I rest': house. This is the best medicine that I !
Thanksgiving German which will be of
particular interest
pass- i to the young
i well at night. I am seventy years of can recommend any one to take for
Rev. Newton Plummer of Anthony on his way back to the college.Mr. the first of several pretty affairs that people of Ocala. For several years :'! age and I hoj!:* to live many more years : rheumatism." il

was in Ocala Friday. He was return i they will give. past Dr. Taylor has been: residing at t Jraise l\ i ana to all n.y friends who Catarrh All
Through
My System.
.. ing home from Red Level, near CryS- I and Mrs. J. M. Martin, who have ;Crystal River and has frequently visited -, buffer from catarrh as I did." I I Mr. Robert M >
tal River, where In Honor of Miss Harris in Ocala. /- % t erg, Murdock, Cuss
He
he had been '! made a phenomenalsuccess : 9dytz
conduct- been spending the summer at Ashe- : 1.JF ......>0 i Co., Neb., Box 4.>, write: '
ing a splendid i Mrs. Clarence Camp will give the : in the of his ..'.,.>l' I .
: practice '
revival : profes-
meeting. N. C. with their Mrs. I commenced
I yille, daughter, i I to take Peruna the
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1" Howard Munroe, have returned home. !| first large party of the winter on ,: sion at Crystal River, and it waa ; : 'r':: 51OGBRS. first of last February. I took it as j
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Messrs. 'i matter of much regret when K> left !! k7' -ti4 RNns nearly as possible direction
f \ M. Atkinson and James entertain I ..;' :':. I according to i

Badger of Oldtown and Mr. John W. Mr. Wade H. Barrett, a former citizen -I : there several: months ago toke: up | ...''.;'.. '... ".,.il- I *. I also got a Parana almanac and

Stevens of Fort McCoy of Ocala, but now a prosperous compliment to Miss Sara Elizabeth specialty work in New York CtDr.; i s't. v I II for the first time learned that my

I Ocala Saturday. The latter were visitorsto merchant at Bradentown: was in the II( Harris, who will be married to Mr and Mrs. Taylor expect soon to go to j I| 0"f1l.i ii! rfV 1) trouble was systemic cetarrh. I had
was returning I catarrh from my ht-bd ail
tluocgh !
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? my
Lloyd the sixth of .V ;
on next month.
Germany to spend a Dr. '
home city Monday and was kept busy shak- year. Taylor
from I
t' visit took
a to his son I i syteia. Psruza until I w as end -
at Crystal River ing hands with old friends. ': taking a special course in one of the :filAllI'I : I ....
{ :: tirelf cured.
t For Miss Scott and Miss Harris big: institutions in that count1'I I < \ 1I 1\ : ,
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The ladies of St Margaret's Guild :Miss Vale ta Potter will! bp the attractive !i 1 Miss;j Dekle is a bright vivacious j J'" H "W''i'r--I' ,\ .:: .:.>... --
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Ocala is still afflicted with I. : dJ. --.;;:..... '; ;;: \7t I
the
side- .. ;
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1 walk arcarranging for a BALLAD CONCERT I I hostess at a handke'-chu and attractive young woman, and i I :\\.r''t.L f. ".,. .'..:.:...:.:}..;.:.;.;,:.;.;:....... \ "="". ".:'.:. ... .
and ; ... "
craze ;... .
several squads of men i i-.howcr.: which she will i, ... :::-.-: :, :::;: :; .. ; ...; j
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to be given at the armory on give next has "en in Ocala several times as I .' :.....q .:. .;. )
are busy all the time in "'of Jo .. ''' ':'',, ..<.......
I extending : : ,4' :. ,
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I the evening cf T'.csdayovember ?6. Saturday afternoon at her home on j'the guest of Mr". (''1:1-I'nce Camp, and j "ri '.'...)f.":...\ ., -.oM.6, : : <:
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domains. The sidewalksare Further announcements later. ]I! Fort King a' enue. The honorees of her wedding to Dr. Taylor will be ".>:." '.. ';k'\\ I' j .
solid and substantial and will last .. '! I :" ..: .{, :. :.. ;':" :.
this ;, ( : : ,
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: 1 i. .1 .1 1 1. | pretty affair art Miss, Louise one of th" most prominent events tak- (THUMAS ,:: \. ...."- '" .,. ,
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for f V long time. Mrs. P. B. Dukes, now of Waycross. i i Scott who e marriage 'o Mr. John !-I. i;, jug; place in VV-r F'k'itia! this M.U-OH: I BcCKWITH ;;.. ;&;' ''.f-'.. :. 1f'. )/_ :{;::.:,:;:,. ,. .'> \. ..; .. .:. I .-

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I; Ga., reached Ocala Monday afternoon Taylor will b? a beautiful! homo wedding I t ..':.': :.. .." '.;;., .,:<;' ",' $:.',': ., : .. .
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Mrs. Julia S. Ilajsley of this city, having received a telegram announc- taking place earl in DE'E'Ulber,1 .' ,.:'" ... 0t. .* : .. .

who has been spending several J ing the serious illness of her sis- Benjamin-Gutman n. ..; :.- .. :;.;T : .: very and Miss Sara .
I Harris, a November j ;': .' ..".. ....:.. .....;.oio..,, .-.->.,'. '!.-> '. -;.;: /i' ". ( ,,
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months with relatives at her old Another wedding of interest to I : \ : i} Iii
homeat : ter-in-law, Mrs. W. D. Condon, and on bride. I :i:;' W" f .'. I -- } <; .J. ).;" I,
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Lt>wes. Del., is now spending a few her arrival was delighted to find Mrs. I Ocala people is that of Mr. Julien P. i iI .\," .. :":::.":"". ':.. ., ... .;'}:1.: \,, I/.. L"J". ., .... ( 1 .

+t days at the Jamestown Exposition, Condon very much improved. The Friday Night Dance I Benjamin and Miss Rita Earle: Gilt.I I KJJ: ...r..;. l1<' >DJ: .: ; ff. & )k .

and will reach home in a day or two. Yong 's Hall was the setting for avery man. invitations to which were received tr .--. ,...;'t,<<,' ;;;:'I. MRS. C !J'> ..,. ."... .'
Mr -' -. "
and Mrs. E. M. Howard have
pleasant little dance Friday i in this city Saturday. This marriage + ,. TRUNK / .. .....4:.;:; ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Buttgenbach of returned home after a most delightful .., !ZJ n't. l40
It .
night. was entirely informal and will half after
occur at eight :
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Brussels Belgium, were in Ocala visit to Mr. Howard's old home at was thoroughly delightful. The young o'clock on the evening of the four- I Cough and Indigestion. :'\/ '-;',;; : : : .

Saturday on their way to Holder, Champagne, 111., and later on went to people dancing were Misses Sara teenth of November, at the Temple Thos. Beckwith, 11 Kitchell St., Au ( I/ Z f- ... ,... tI g.t _'_:

where they will spend a couple of Province town, Mass., where the spent Harris, Louise Scott, Sally Camp, Mickve Israel, Savannah, Georgia. burn, N. Y., writes: \11. -I rl} \.. ':":: .., :W/" .

months. Mr. Buttgenbach is the president I la month or more and are in ecstacies Louise Harris. Annie Mixson, Alice After the solemnization of the mar- "'I was troubled with a cough and/ !f 1: y'. 'J ,I. .

of the of over this quaint and historic town. I digestion. Thanks to your advice and :.
phosphate company Bullock Annie }
Atkinson. Madge: riage the parents of the bride. Mr. Peruna l" .. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Howard both look am good health now I iiJ .J(';.,,.;>.
this name, which has large interestsnear are Simms, Mary Twyman Annie Mathews and Mrs. Jacob E. Gutman, will tender was talking with an old f;< i #:'; '
friend lit ;
Holder. ing well. Leafy Sylvester and Messrs. C. I the young couple a large reception week. lie told me he took Peruna last; <, ROBERT '..'.............:.....:.;:........:..s:1..;.".:...". .:.:w:.:..... ".: ..... .. .' .

H. Lloyd, J. H. Taylor John Sullivan, I at the Guards' HalL winter, and he Is In the best of health,I :::::::.::::..::. ;:,:::;:3 ..
Mr. J. B. Griggs of Electra was in : ::..:.;:;.:...:; ::>t......::.:
of Mr. i Clark JETTEFt'\:::::::: : : :.:. ::
Mr. L. R. Clark a nephew Harvey Harry Palmer Robert Mr. Benjamin is the eldest son of working every day and speaks highlyof ''''''''': : ,
Ocala Saturday taking orders for oranges
Fred Robertson, of the Oxford Crate Matters, Alfred Beck, James Taylor. I I Mr. Simon Benjamin of Jacksonville, your medicine. I shall feel it my ffilL//
which he will deliver
I Company at Crystal River, was some E. E. Robinson. John Pelot Howard but formerly of Ocala. He grew up duty to recommend Peruna to all my !I 11 am eighty-three ana a half years old,
time next week. Instead of shipping friends."
brought up to Ocala Friday morning Walters, Jack Rentz and Arthur In this city and his friends here: unitein I and feel as young as I did ten years ago. ,

i from 'Crystal River, and is now at he thinks he will sell in this way. Clark. Mrs Alice Cline and Messrs 'I congratulating him and wishing A great many testimonials from people "I visited recently among some old _

the Marion county hospital, where he He is asking 1 1.4 cents apiece for Tucker and Mathews composed the him and his bride an unclouded future of high rank and people In the i friends, who said I looked aa young aj ""

them. His are nice oranges.: In for- ordinary walks of life, are received : I did twenty years ao. I thank
is quite sick with malarial fever and orchestra. yon
mer years the Oklawaha river orange every month. Catarrh in all its phases, ; for your kindness to me, and hope you >
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pneumonia. was regarded the very best that left catarrh of the different organs of the may live lung to benefit suffering i

the sick man. Royal Evening Spent With Mr. and The Confederate Veterans at Pensa- l'O1acute. catarrh, chronic catarrh, : humanm."
f. the state.
Mrs. Howell i cola catarrh that has baiu\ other remedies "I believe pprnna H the best medicine ;

Mrs. D.V.. Tompkins and little Friday evening a jolly party of Pensacola was in possession of -al! these are jiving! t<: IVrunA unqualified -in the. J.world W. for Palmer all catarrhaldiseases.: rMr.
We are in receipt of a card from lllo Tower Ave
daughter returned home Friday after- young people from Anthony drove the soldiers of the 60s last week the N11 unsolicited ct.lufOL.ncnt. Superior, \\".a.
Mr. S. D. Martin, of Rock Springs :
noon from their sad mission at Or down to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. veterans' reunion of the Florida Di. '-'
dated October 2C, in which he says
ange Lake. Mrs. Tompkins was called C. How ell, three miles north of Ocala, vision of Veterans having convened I j
that his brother, )Ir. H. B. Martin, Rev. George Hendree Harrison What Patch
a cf Cane Did for One '?,
home on account of the critical Illness and they spent a royal evening with there Wednesday morning, with the
died of Bright's disease at Millville, preached an eloquent sermon Sunday Man. .
of her mother, who died a few their hospitable host and hostess. largest attendance of any re-union I
has the Fla., on the 21th, and that his body morning, giving an interesting account -! The Punta Gorda Herald tells of a j
days ago. Mrs. Tompkins Among the delights of the eveningwas held in many years. The city is in i
was carried to Ocilla, Ga., for inter of the Episcopal convention Mr.
recently Wringate a few miles east of j
sympathy of her Ocala friends in her a chicken pillau. and after it had holiday attire, flags and bunting, in-
ment. Mr. S. D. Martin was with his held at Richmond, Va., whichit that place who from one acre of
bereavement. been done ample justice to the remainder termingled with the flag of the Con-
brother when his death occurred and was his good pleasure to attend. I green cane last year sold 1,000 stalks !'
of the evening was pleasantly federacy, appearing on every building. .
accompanied the body to its last rest- Among other things he defended Rev. :! in Wauchula and Zolfo, saved seed
returned
M'D.. E.Iclver has : passed with music, conversation, while the spacious armory hall where
ing place. c. B. Wilmer, a former rector of this i for this year and made 600 gallons of
honK Several weeks ago he went etc, and the moonlight ride back to the meetings are being held, is draped -
; parish, from certain attacks made : syrup, which he sold for $300. This siS
to" 'orfolk, Va.. to attend the meeting Mr. Gus A. Morton of Eve Anthony was particularly enjoyable.The in the colors of the Confederacy.
was a against him in the associated
and then press | just an ordinary effort! nothing to .
Directors party included Mrs. Florence
a of the Funeral Wednesday night a banquet was
j well known figure on our streets reports of said convention and by a I brag of, and yet how few even do
Exposition. Farris Misses Ossie and Donella
took in the Jamestown tendered the veterans and afterwards
Thursday. He was returning home number of individual writers in the this. You five '
always for
Mr Mclver then went to New: York Griffin, Miss Milligan, the Misses Pas- many attended "Two Little Rebels"at pay cents
where he
I from Shady, attended the various newspapers of the country. He a stalk of cane, and there is always
t where he has; spent a fortnight, buy- teur, Messrs. George Pasteur, Jr., the opera house. The second brigade ,
of his niece Miss Lora
wedding Douglass
for said that Mr. Wilmer did not make a demand. but syrup has not sold in
stock of furniture Ward and Albert Griffin.
{ splendid held a meeting and unanimously
ins a
James Knoblock.
Mr. This
1 to use of the phrases attributed to him this market for less than 50 cents
the elegant Mclver & MacKay store. elected General S. C. Boyleston. Sr.
wedding was aery pretty one, there nor was be hissed on the floor of the per gallon, and now often 75 cents.
I Planting PecansMr. as brigade commander.A .
being several attendants, and the convention. He said that Mr. Wilmerwas This man made 300 gallons to one
of Candler wasa D. C. Stanley of Belleviewwas
Mr. T. E. Pritchett decorations of the home were -
especially recognized as one of the ablest acre after selling 1,000 stalks. Take
and said to a reporter a pleasant visitor to Ocala Double in Ocala
visitor Saturday and was the work of the Wedding
: pretty delegates who attended the convention five acres, work it well and make it

of this paper that he had sold 'friends of the bride. Miss Rhoda Lid- Thursday, and in speaking of the improvement A double wedding took place at the and his remarks were always listened your business: to tend and look out

all the oranges: under: his control and don of this city, who teaches the Sha- and progress going on at Glenwood Hotel in this city Monday to with the profoundest attention for it alone, and on the basis of thisman's

would begin Monday school caught the bride's bouquet, Belleview said that he was setting outa morning the interested parties being
that shipments dy ,
and he is a most loyal, lovable work you would make from
$1.50 per box on pecan orchard for a Mr. Davenport two brothers and two sisters the
Mr. Pritchett got which is always a most coveted treas- cer- and respected minister.Mr. $1,500 to $2,000. Who will make the

1 the trees and entered into a contractto ure. a Western: man, who has great faith emony being performed by Mr. E. T. i start in this part of Florida? Plentyof

He expects that in the staying Qualities of Florida, Williams, public. .
gather: the same: notary Edward Fitzgerald, one of the I good land in this section and Uma-

j f he will: gather and ship 2500 boxes.I Mr. D. C. Head, section foreman at and especially of the Belleview section The two grooms were Mr. C. R. state prison inspectors, who has succeeded tilla for cane.-Eustis Lake Region.

lie says that some of his neighborsare the Silver Springs Junction, is recently The orchard will consist of Wishart and Mr. T. S. Wishart, who Dr. Lamar, was in Ocala Mon- I !

1 bolding out for bigger prices. back from a visit to Atlanta, one hundred and forty acres and the are stepsons of Mrs. R. E. Wishart of day. When Mr. Fitzgerald was doing I Rev. J. B. Culpepper to Be in Ocala

,'r where he went to attend a family reunion land is the best hammock soil in that this city, and the brides were twin special work in an effort to improvethe Rev. J. B. Culpepper, the eminentand

,) Xo one it seems to us can look at which took place in August. At section. Mr. Stanley will put out the sisters, Misses Ouida and Odina prisons in this state we under- successful evangelist, is now in

the court house yard now and not this re-union there were two sisters most improved varieties of pecans. Black, of the Kendrick neighborhood ,stand that he made a special recommendation Florida, and is conducting revival ser-

g uuu. perceive that it looks much better: whom he had not seen in forty-four Those who have made a study of this The two couples returned to their t'I about the Ocala jail which vices at Quincy, and as soon as he

r without a fence than with one. If it years. They went out to Western nut say that it is the coming crop of homes near Zuber in the afternoon.The if followed out will add a great dealto finishes his series of meetings in that

were so that we could all do without Texas and he came to Florida, and Florida. two young men are in the turpentine -I it along humane lines. We under- city he writes that he will pitch his

,, : fences we cluld"err much improveour they lost track of each other. Some business with Tiller and An- stand that this jail does not rank tent in Ocala and it is needless to say

places and at a very little cost years ago they moved Atlanta and Business Not Injured In Palatka derson and are most deserving young among the first in the state by any that he will be warmly welcomed to

Indeed, the cost would be less. Why met another sister, and in this way Interviews with a dozen leading men and have the best wishes of their means and that the grand juries for this city, having visited here twicein

can we not enforce an animal law in got into communication with the other merchants on the street are to the ef- friends. several years past have called partic- former years and made strong

t Ocala the same as it is done in Orlando members of the family. The reunion -fect that there has been no falling i ular attention to it, and have suggested friends at both of his visitations.

Miami, Tallahassee and other was a most pleasant one, and off in trade since the town went dry The Mayor's Views as to Brick Paving' that various improvements could Mr. Culpepper will reach here some

places? Fences are expensive and will be repeated annually.Mr. and each of them say that they: are To the Editor Ocala Banner: i j be made in the jail. I i time about the eighth of November,

J are rarely ever handsome. confident that business in all lines It is gratifying to many citizens to and his tent will probably be pitched

I Neill M. Allred, formerly state I will steadily advance.Of I I know that our mayor before signing 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gray returned between the armory and the Baptist

has returned attorney for this district but more recently -. course this cannot apply to those the contract for street paving with yesterday from Lake Weir, where Witness building.
Shuey I
Mr Gi-orge 1
V -{ months': visit to his old of Prescott, Arizona is now : merchants whose businesss was largely 1 I vitrified brick, is going to.,give it some : Mrs. Gray has been for several weeks,
from two
1.-: a ground in Indiana and other living at Globe, Arizona, a larger and: with inmates of disordely houses, i i thought, and thinks it probable a bet- : Mr. Gray joining her there last week. Mr. W. L. Goodwyn, the handsome

:1 >* stamping He says that he more thriving place, and one which Ii j most of which have been closed.-Pa- I ter and cheaper payment can be ob- 4, Mr. Gray while at Lake Weir, su- representative of the Richmond Paper
states.
i j. < northern
t.i' off than Tom Watson's Alabama i it is believed has a great future before latka News. I taint:>d since WP have so good a founjdation. ''perintended! the shipment of several Company, was in the city Monday and

is worse in that he "does it, and Mr Allred expects to'' I A number of citizens agree carloads of oranges from the groves entered into a business contract to

congressman he is at." That his grow up with the city. He says that I IIi His Dear Old M thel'. I! with him and trust he will take all of the Carney Company, of which he furnish paper for the Ocala Bannerfor
where
U not know greeted him his health is steadily improving and "My dear old mother who is now I the necessary time and means to look is president. He says the fruit is the next year. Mr. Goodwyn says

old northern comrades "Hello, you Ii that he expects soon to be entirely Ii eighty three years" old, thrives on into this matter. Would not a meet- 'well matured, being an early variety. that paper has largely advanced in
with the exclamation: Electric Bitters writes W. B. Brua-
I old Rebel: !" When he got back bornetj' well again and hopes some day to be1! son, of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken ing of the people to talk over this ; The fruit from this grove always price and the indications are that it

JA by saying: rich enough to come back and see all' them for about two years and enjoysan matter be a good thing? Let the mayor -:.i i brings fancy prices, as it has a I will keep increasing, and he does not
fri ; greetedhim !
his JU Both greetings of nis Ocala friends.: This hope is | excellent appetite, feels strong call such a meeting and get the j i well established reputation.-Tampa f see how weekly newspapers, and es-
Hello., old Yank! well" That's the Electric
; -I reciprocated here, for all will be glad''': sleeps : way views of the citizens. CITIZEN. I Times. pecially those as large as the Ocala
were intended to be complimentary Bitters affects the aged, and the same j
and were taken as such. He I to have him return to his old home. 'j happy results follow in casees of female I Banner, can possibly continue to print

time and Mr. Allred has been at Globe for weakness and general debility. FOR SALE-410 acres of land. Ap- :Mr. J. A. Thomas, of Gaiter a former them at the present price. Ha says
hall a good
says he certainly cordial treatment some months but has just been join- Weak puny children, too, are greatly ply or write P. A. Liddell Santos, correspondent of this paper, is i that in nearly all parts of the country
everywhere received strengthened by them. Guaranteedalso II
Mr. ed by Mrs. Allred: and their pretty Fla. 10-11-Stw now residing at Dunnellon. newspapers formerly published for
and generous hospitality. for stomach, liver and kidney
little daughter, and Mrs. Allred's parents one dollar have advanced to one dol-
& Co. druggists
is looking well and gives every'S troubles, by Tydings .
.1 >Shuey yidence of having fared sumptuou lr.I IJ -* / :J' '7'T";"1 I II I Price 50c. n Read Red Saunders I Read Red Saunders. lar and a half

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STANDARD OILNewspapers MdVERTMAClp
I II THE LANDIS DECISIONWe class of freight There is no pretensethat I -
BANNER
THE OCALA any oil shipper on that road ever I
I throughout the coun
know that It is not the popular paid that rate, or that they paid during I the least investigation -
without r-
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Editor.P. in favor of the the period this litigation coveredany try, apparently
t' FRANK HARRIS, thing Just now to talk I to b* fair or tol- DEALERS
desire
or '!!
V. Leavengood Business Manager. operations of the Standard Oil Com- different rate than that paid by nock what they FURNITURE
to :
pany when nearly every man's hand, the Standard Oil Company. .i erant, continue Standard Oil -
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call the ---
like Ishmael's, is raised against it, "The whole question, stripped of its are pleased to ----- OF

; --N and we cannot help thinking that this surroundings, is therefore reduced to octopus. The Standard Oil Companywas New WE CARRY EVERYTHI IN THE LINE
5 W1of
; : of the Alton to file a "com i formed under the l
the failure
: very reason wail the impelling cause Suits
1 /? made : In 1882, and was capitalized at Parlor
.'. of Judge Landis' extraordinary decision modity" rate of 6 cents for oil, Jersey House Furnishings
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increased and Reed
I '-< :.. 1. under the I JIO.000,000. The capitalization was In Leather, Upholstered
oil .
.' ; 4. I It is not only easy but popularto it possible to treat Art Squares and Mattings.Bed

3 ._...-i i:1. :(., \ I I; run with the current "class" rate of .18 cents. The statement ', in 1899 to $l00,000,0of Ruga I Room SuitsIn

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"rekh I Human nature is strongly Inclined of the issue shows! the absurd- which 98.000,000 shares were issued.As Room Suits I Dining

II II I to follow the multitude and there is ity of anyone thinking that on two rival !I it was a close! corporation the Mahogony, Birch, Birdsey of all klnd.-Mohogany and Oak.
it neces
scramble to roads there would be a 6-cent rate shareholders did not deem
II I generally an unseemly II I capitalization or Maple and Oak.Mission China and Crockery #
I i mount the band wagon when a great and an IS-cent rate between two common sary to increase the
shares!, although the lint-Dinner Sets and
popular movement is on foot. The points. issue any more FurnitureIn Complota

I scramble to mount the "prohibition "It seems that Judge Landis beld i business of the corporation was wonderfully all the different finishes Odd Pieces

I that the 18-cent rate was the rate the increased. Indeed, its investments i
band wagon" in Florida by so many I! l
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1907
I aspirants for political offices is a casein Standard Oil Company was bound to reached more than /iOO.OfJO.01Jil./ .1 I!

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point. pay on the Alton, and proceeded to Now, it does look like $40,000,000 9-

Ocala is to have vitriried brick pav- While It is true that nearly every impose a maximum fine of of over year on a capitalization of $93 OOO,-

ing. Nothing like "primping up" for man is active in his abase of the $:9OOOOOu for the orrense.:: In my 000 is a tremendous big profit, but it '

that "coming out" party.-Tampa Standard Oil Company's operations, opinion it was a monstrous perversion is not a tremendous! big profit on an Lace Curtains Portiers 1 ",
Linens
of Bed and Table ,
All Kinds "
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Evening News.r we have never yet found a man who of law and justice to fine the I investment of more than $000,000,000' )1 '

would admit that he had in any way Standard Oil Company anything, and Indeed, it is only a moderate profit.. and Upholstering Goods 7

The Madison Recorder says that of been injured by the operations of this especially a fine of such colossal pro- I The Standard Oil does not standalone Heaters Ranges Cook Stoves ,

the three announced candidates for company. Let every reader of this portions. It is past my comprehension .I in the matter of a small capitalization ,

governor-Gilchrist, Burr and BrowneIt article apply this question to himself how such a judgment can be sustained -I and large investments. For Full Line of l.'p-to-date Pi<*tuivs. framed and unframed, and Picture -

prefers Gilchrist-I'unta Gorda when it is Chemical National Bankof Moulding.! Full tock of
minute
In for the
and see what will be the answer. one instance,

Herald. I truth and in fact, every family which brought to an appellate court. The Ii New York City has largely increased Harness and Saddles
Farm and Turpentine Wagons Boggles
I has used kerosene oil in the last quar- Standard Oil Company will never its business but has never increased ,

Several entirely "dark horses" may ter of a century has been immensely have to pay one cent of that fine. Unfortunately I its capitalization. Its capi- Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth the Studebaker.

T' make their debut at the Ocala "com benefited by the Standard Oil Com- the effect of the judgmentwas I tlaization is only $300.000, upon whichit And carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.

ing out" convention, with their heads pany, because it has greatly reducedthe a stunning blow to the confidence regularly pays 150 per cent annual I

pointed both in the direction of Talla- price of this commodity.We of both European and American in- dividends, the stock commanding over 0 t

hassee and Washington City. do not believe that we are either vestors in the honesty and stabilityof I $4000 per share. This, according to

Y biased or unreasonable, but it does our securities. The people have al- present newspaper ethics, is a far

William Jennings Bryan, the "Great strike us that Judge Landis' decisionin ready paid many times the amount of more shocking exhibit than that of I

Commoner" of the democratic party, this case is the most tyrannical that fine in the losses in the shrinkage Standard Oil. Brick, Lim-. Cement. I 1'lat; r, aid

and possible third-time nominee of that has a place in the history of jurisprudence of values of their securities, due The Standard Oil, after a full investigation j Building Hair, L.ith, Shingles.Flintkoie ) :.'

that party for the presidency of the I in this country. very largely to this judgment It will and better understandingof I Roofing,

United States, may be Tampa's guest II Judge Jeffries made the bench in- take Europe a long time to come to its methods, we have reason to believe II Material Oils I

during the state fair in February.No I famous in England, yet it does not an understanding of the true inward- will emerge from its present \Whit Lt>ad. Varnishes. Etc. "

seem to us that his decisions were ness and wickedness of this action. ordeals stronger than ever before, Wall Paper. Alabastine and+ JIagnite Wall Paints.Paints a aI t;

use to argue against the ship "It is not province to defend the cleared.It be undersold and will please -
any more tyrannous than this American my and with its reputation nl give us a tria..500 SVe will not :
ping of green oranges to market Standard Oil Company. It has never that has j
judge, but a few years on the is one corporation
While it does the reputation of Florida favors and I have Mclver & Mackay. .( f
bench, except that Judge Jeffries' decisions done me any no grown to its present colossal proportions

oranges no good, if the people : affected human iife and JudgeLandis' friends that I know or who have any upon its own merits, unaidedand J

north want green Florida oranges and I interest in it. I look at it only from tariff -
I: only the rights of property.A unaffected by our iniquitous r O.a- -- -_ -
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are willing to pay a good price for --
recent writer in the New York the standpoint of an American citi- laws. ,

t them, the growers will ship them.- Times, signing himself E. B. H., who zen, jealous for the good name of the I

DeLnnd Record. was in Europe at too time of JudgeLandis' American business men, and jealous AS TO MAN'S GREATNESS
I
--- I. decision, expressed the opinion -i for the good name of our judiciary.It .

Just as was expected, the libel suits that the shame of the StandardOil I, is a source of humiliation to every To Editor Harris of the Ocala Ban- irc

against Claude L'Engle and J. II. Company was in the degradation fair-minded and candid American ner who has been speculating as to :
Reese by Peter 0. Knight and Wallace I.
citizen to know that such an action in a
I it made at home and abroad of American what constitutes real greatness

Stova'l in Tampa were dismissed.As I, commercial integrity. was ever brought or that such a nation. the following clipping from |

a matter of fact, the evidence I This gentleman has recently made I judgment was ever rendered by an the Gainesville Sun of the 17th i>- !I I

brought out was not very complimentary I American court. Its injury to the showing that indivi'l-1 I U-i&srjS
; a thorough investigation oi all the commended as f'k '&
and it is doubtfulif Ii
Cot Peter,
to
fad leading up to Judge Landis' decision public is. to be deplored, and its in- ual greatness, from wbich national ,

after this experience he will care I and he now says that it is his,jury to the fair name of the country greatness is derived, does not con-i-r;i ; I ii QTS ; QTS, i
to try it againo-DeFuniak Breeae.: \
deliberate opinion that in law and in .and to its judiciary is to be regretted in building railroads and hotels and

i 1 I justice the Standard Oil Companywas and it will be many a long year before organizing Standard Oil monopolies:
In 1S30:; Florida had S7.401 popula- .
1 ,
absolutely faultless in its business I its evil effects will be eradicated. "The greatest statesman this country .
S.
tion twenty-eight counties, viz: I
and transactions with the Alton "I do not see how any fairmindedman ever produced said: 'If I work in
I
Alachua, Benton.Calhoun, Columbia, I
I Railroad Company. can come to any other conclu- marble, in time it will crumble; if I'I
Dade, Duval, Escaaibia, Franklin. Ii
He says that a few facts will ex- sion. The Standard Oil Company will( work in brass it will corrode; but if I"b
Hamilton, Hillsborough, Holmes,I I I % j t1 u' r'
CE1lvFRfO
plain his change of view, and then never suffer! from this judgment, but I work with the mind I work with that i FOR
Jacksou Leon Levy, Madison, Ma
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the public has and will continue to through all S'J
proceeds to say: which will grow brighter aiii v
rion. Monroe Nassau, Orange, Putnam I yr eI "
; suffer from it. Its baleful effects may eternity. This was but an anticipation $ i29I ?h
St. Johns, St Lucie, Santa Rosa, I "It seems that the Alton road never
yet reach the laboring man in the of the English philosopher'sstatement I 'it
Wakulla Walton and Washington. paid a cent of rebate, nor did the I -
form of reduced wages for him. : 'On earth there is nothing '
Hillsborough had less than 3000 Standard Oil Company ever receive a 'II
popu-
The newspapers have caused the but man-in man there is noth- I
lation. cent of rebate, on the business trans- great CHAS BLUM & COMPANY >,
to become widespread that ,
opinion : Punta Gorda
ing great but mind
acted. The Standard Oil Companywas I
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I I the largest business organization in Herald.A Jacksonville Fla.
shipping oil from Whiting, Ind., I
A prominent turpentine in I
operator the United States has pursued and of the above ,
careful dissection :
I[ to East St. Louis, IlL, over two lines, I
this county, estimated to be worth i II I continues to pursue methods that are well, will
!' one of the lines: being the Alton and I except as to its sounding i --
half nalliou dollars
a and
or
more degrading to our commercial transac- is little it. Of ;
{ the other line the Eastern Illinois.iThe show that there very to i
with a bag full of collaterals, failed tions; and, if one company, why not
course it is the mind that accomplishes -
:| rate charged was the same oven i
: to get his note honored at our banks
: all? Confidence in American business
things. The man who carves a !!
the : HARDWARE
both lines. The
rate charged to
s' the past week for a few hundred dol-
integrity bas been largely destroyed- of marble into a beautiful i I
"t rough piece
i[ Standard Oil Company was the same
: lars. This shows how cautious and ,I investors have lost faith in American I
i i II
his mind at
las 'statue is guided by every I II I
that charged to every other ship-
f conservative our banks are behaving I I II I
;, secuurities, and the present money stroke; the man who moulds and fashions .II
s these panicky times, and it is this per. It seems to have been a fair i I
: is the result I f I
v< kind of caution that gives confidence :! rate of C cents per 100 pounds. It was I stringency I brass into beautiful images is _me0: : fI

,s to depositors, and hanks are anchored I II I the same rate that the two companies I A Pretty Florida Picture I I mind likewise itself guided amounts by his to intellect.little unless The I

confidence. had been carrying at for many years. i!
t I.; on The Eastern Illinois Railway Corn-i The hustling fever has struck Day- !!I it is put to practical and useful ends Ii ,
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I tona and become epidemic. Every i The poet must put his thoughts to pa- KNiGHTMARTIN COAt
l The Tallahassee Sun is urging Park !!,pan bad filed with the Interstate
train arriving brings in home-folks ; per and the painter must put M< im I
Trammell to run for governor, and :: Commerce Commission in Washing :
and winter residents, the streets are :: on canvas It is the accoimlNh- : At the T.V.. S uith & Co. Old Stand
]
ages
from the fact that his expected announcement I ton its rate, and there seems to be no {
:!' IF : filled witb people carrying working i! ment of the mind with the aid of the
'question about the legality of that :
for senator has not been OCALA FLORIDA ,1
!I tools buckets, lum- _
step-ladders, paint I bands, that make a man sreat. Then ,
he : rate. Then is not the slightest objection .
forthcoming may yet be in that
I :!!! ber, etc., while wagon load after wagon -! too, the thumb differentiates a man i
:. .' race, with, it seems to us, an excellent to the Standard Oil Company'smethod I I II Con: and see us when in need of anything in
I load of furniture, carpets matting,
from the animal as much as anything
j chance of.success, so far as the line- I of doing business on that line. I ; i the ofFarming
stoves, and other household necessi- way
else about his whole creation. Without
"The claim is made that the Alton
up stands now. But then there is that I :
I ties may be seen in every direction. the thumb a man's brain would Q
f t "Unknown Knight" of Frank Mayes'yet road failed to file a proper schedule e
I There is not an idle mechanic or laborer i have been but of little service him.
I to
of rates in tbe office of the Interstate Implements
r_ to be heard from, and when his.; :
in the city, all residents are j ,
Without the thumb man could not
: Commerce Commission in I
Washing
gauntlet is thrown in the lists, he i|

( may prove to be the man we have all I ton. It did, however publish its I busy overhauling their houses, lawns have handled tools and would forever : Wire Fencing II
: and parkages; the merchants, real estate ,
; I have been consigned to caves, and
t been looking for.-DeFuniak Breeze. i rate of transportation in Chicago and I i
and professional men have quickened would have shared the forests with
Stoves
other points, not only to the StandardOil Pumps
II their gait and thrown more energy ,
: the wild beasts. 0
; Mr. William Marconi expresses himself Company, but to all other shippers t e
r ir i into their work, the school chil-, .. .. .
; as more than gratified with the I of oil, the same as the Eastern I -- --'- Guns Ammunition
!! dren rush to and from school in a: Rum the Deadliest Enemy of Both ,
of his Illinois. The Standard Oil
;: success wireless triumph be- Company
,: hurried manner, even the old gray Labor and Capital
tween Xova Scotia and Ireland. The I gave about two-thirds of its businessto I I I. Sash Doors I
horse that draws the mail to and The deadliest enemy of both labor ,
first day telegrams were handled the Alton and about one-third to I .
![from the depot has quickened his reg- and capital is rum. In the whole English .
which aggregated ten thousand words. tbe Eastern Illinois. So far as the I Blinds Paint l "I
ulation step; in fact, everything and i language. I find no word 1 which 1 : etc.
Mr. Edison says that: Marocni is a facts are disclosed, not a cent in va- 0 !
everybody have aroused from their strikes more terror: to my soul than .
i
star and in three years he will havea riation of rate was made as between : i ,", '
'
'summer lethargy, for the tourist season I the one word rum. Oi" of th" t. ,
wireless! circuit established between i the two roads. The only error, if I ioa II h fact, everything usually carried in a first-
| is upon us.-Daytona Halifax ; sons why labor organizations ha\n
. New York and Liverpool and will there was one, was committed by the class
Journal. failed in the" past: is b-c.inse' the leaders !- Hardware Store.
handle as many messages as the submarine Alton road in publishing a rate of 6
I' i had the manhood
not to df-nOI/
: cable s ncv.<, handle. Indeed, cents and not filing a proper notice of : :"' -.....
I- I t Don't Ship Green Oranges I the liquor traffic as a curse.-T. V tA; tA-ft iflK1 1 -- .__
the time is not far distant when incapacity :: I the same in the archives at Washing >
!! "- 'ii.o.---
Already the wail goes up from Flor- Powderly. 1 IA -
; of the n ire! will be un ton. If there is any fault! it is its i I
ida. "Don't ship green oranges. For
limited. :a:!1t. and not the fault of the Standard -
many years reputable California: pa- Frank Ban: j-, "coinm. out"con-
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h Oil Company.
Irers: !: -following! the lead Of the Citro- \"t:>ntion for candidates spews! to l Incoming Knight = lVlartin I

"TlI: ,1\ !hoi-t- '.:v, already ualt'! "The Standard Oil Company knew on" in great .st>KHe says: Ca

: etc ajMttx--! !!('.' 01. I.,1.4; K 'y, aiul! will!l'f' '''that I the 6-ceut rate had been iu vogue pro-g "It V
: ; promise to one of the wont ,

soon tit --Kiinuir. ;; over the great i for many years, and that it was a the novel _._ ....
t 4 I : oWl pernicious practice, but all unique ami interesting (political r .
;".. brill-: > -r.at pla- One by one the I l I proper rate, and hal .taaou to beiie\e I
in
vain Greedy and unscrupulous events: that has -\-r occurred: in th- '
keys Fate'It.'n (vuiiicf -, red! by the senouirineers '''that it was a legal rat, and it paid } "
g'Ol'rand: pack"is have persisted history of Florida The large {'wwibthat I, McMillan
fus: M.. !-1'" :;, r'" and that rate without t Bros.
th.. i I. recenany rebate in the !urac:its j MH.I'y f''a'\se some are expected l will b,- WtooulPd} 'J :)
v wiH O!, ntil Key West '
: or any advantage ou > :11:\ other ...
I! !peon' nae! i'l'luced to i>aa high by the mayor and the mayor will he
is I
r",1'( \rh. !1': t': dill goes:; oerthe shipper. In its prae'al! !
f op-iauon. unce r>r rlv -mi'aid! 'iinaealthfulglobes. : responded to bv ihi governor of the Southern
the I.ougKt'y b H'j.1.;, road will :! the Standard Oil Companyeumplied Copper Works ,
: :i; All we can do is to warn our state. After the political features of
; have O UIH<< it- na'I1\t' of a 'Railroad strictly with the letter i I
and with the:
I Eastern lends against being deceived the day are ended the board of trade
J' .' into the veai This bridge is and IUNMU
ot
spirit tote United
Stat"s..: h\ "early"which: means "unripe," v.i'l i l give a banquet at the Ocala I Manufacturers; ot
across fe .loop channel and is only 1 laws, the intent and purpose of those: Turpentine Stills
;I I (Iran,C"no; matter where grown. Muu-o, to which all the important dix

f strip protect of from tae Gulf by a narrow laws being to prevent large shippers, i I Redlands iCal.) Citrograph. tiitans! of the state, the newspapereditors I and General Metal Workers.

t submerged reef. It makes a or favored shippers, from getting an : '
I t -
and listinguisb t
r two-mi'.e land run at this point with no I advantage in rates over other less favored : Already the news is sent out that i'I; be invited! The banquet will visitor be will !
Md
on the south nearer than Cuba I II i shippers the < lava l l : .
on same line. It i ii i Stills ikcn t'rchtt :
Thanksgiving in
and nothing the I turkey will be scarce at 10 o'clock in the evening In the.lining ''tstr tor nexv ", Patching f
t on north but i
the main
r- land of Florida. This is not the !! was discovered, however, that the -\1-1 j and high. We'll take 'possum and 'ta- room of the Ocala House." Thecandtat 'I through 'lIP M'Untl'> *****'*. t Inlets by mail or'
largest ton road had filed a rate, which was +v'irr' will r"C't\I\' '
bridge I ters.-Apalachicola Times.: i I will have I'rontpt attention at tither of the
on the one advantageat .
; road but it presented .:, not a "class" rate, at 18 cents, but a I "- I 1.ll/ IIlg wtlrks _
more : 1hl ibt-y will
obstacles I get I
and is some god
a greater engineering rate which
had
{ I never been paid by Every colored voter
i iI at Crystal River -
i grub and '
fat than all the a good feed, and some of
other any oil shipper at any time, and it but two voted the !
I I dry ticket. Not FAYETTEtflUE
combined -Key West Citizen. : was intended them no doubt will need H.-ren8a- N. C. SAVANNAH GA
I : to apply to a different : so bad. and not so venal. ,
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Local and PersonalSara THE 'i I Ii --- iiRi-- P
DUTY OF THE MAYOR PROHIBITION SENTIMENT IN '
I :.m ,u,< _*' ;\.40.-: i"f't._ .... __ ._ -. .
I i NORTH CAROLINA
Elizabeth The city council of Ocala, after a j jI
I Harris, Local Editor. : ::1 A; z--,--- -- j
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1 ___ long debate, finally passed an ordi J1f
1 .. Tampa Fla., uct. So, 1'i. !
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nance requiring the paving of certain I r
Mr. F. E. Harris,
Really now, if the various candi street in this city with vitrified I j
I dates Editor Ocala Banner: ,
read the comments brick. THE VARIETY STORE
coming out" on the I herewith enclose you a clilpiU 1
convention in the This ordinance was passed unanimously -!
editorial from the Weekly Enterprise, a little: I

1 poraries columns they of our state contem and in due course of time was I j paper published in Jacksonville, N. Is no longer a notion stole or a tinware >hp. You will find on our voun-

will be almost as must perceive that it appruved by the mayor. !1C., whicb you will please pubii.-was j tees and; shelves everything that is sold in a
much as their politi Under its requirements an advertisement since the prohibition question bus !

;..1 cal the lives are worth to fail to attend for bids was printed for the : become so rife in this state, th-: > little I f FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS STORE

convention at Ocala on the llth.e period of thirty days in the local and article will, no doubt, furnish ;-'ootl k.. ,
r .
Jed editors don't intend to be cheat- aoiiie outside newspapers. i thought for some of your lJrohi I,;'lull I ? This >faSln as none: other: whi'e our hUytl''a 1w the northern market:

'Times-Union.out of any of too anticipated fun.- There were only two bids received. readers.: Yours truly, with c ish at his lisp )-ai, W picked up >';me tremendousaltie: in weariivapparel
That of the Fitzgerald Company, t1
: G. A. PETTEWAY.The .
which I : for Lidies and ientlemen.; When you see cur stock and compare Ell
had done such: an acceptable Saloon Doomed in North Carolina I rt
II. B. Keep, a prominent fruit prices; will! be convinced that our goods ;.re marked fi'Mii. :; to I Ih
of grower piece of work for the board of coun- The handwriting is! on the wail. :hf i r i; \vu : 5 50 per

the Boardman has been in town for ty commissioners, was after due consideration ; fact of the enormity of the crime of i sent lower than same elsewhere
few
past days, having ---- ------ -- --
come the committee ---
hereto accepted by : any community licensing a saloon to I t:: '

have some dental work done. Mr. appointed for this purpose. : do its deadly work is making a deeper CLOTHING SPECIALS '

Keep at one time owned one of the The committee, we believe, accepted impress on the minds of the Ill'o- I

finest, orange groves in Marion county -, the better bid and we believe that pie and it is a question of time, and I Men's Gray Mixed Suits, assorted cot. Men's Blue Serge and Black Venetian

f \ learn and his friends will be glad to anyone who will compare tbe two : a short time at that, when the licensed j tJ ton and wool, made in latest styles, winter weights, made in single and I

that the same is again in good bids will arrive at the same conclusion -! saloon in North Carolina will be a J JI $9.00 values only. . . . ."n).tf doube! breasted, $15.00 values, only l.It."" 1

condition having been "brought out"by In accepting the Fitzgerald bid I thing of the past. I I Men's Dark Brown Suits, made by the k

hard work.-Gainesville Sun. the committee unanimous. Wen's All Wood Suits, dark ,
was patterns
: With our making 1
I present governor best tailors and in today's! style, r

Dr. II I After the committee accepted this the grand and glorius fight: for prohibition 4 made in latest styles. $10.00 values, $20.00 values, only. . . U::. h (

business Charles II. Tydings has been in bid a contract was drawn up between that he is doing and the can 1 only. . . . . . . (0.08 Men's Overcoats, Black, Blue and _

and in the ocala for a number of :the Fitzgerald: company and the city ; didates for the nomination for governor I Men's Worsted Suits, fancy weaves, Gray, $2.93 to. . . . . lMen's ] .9") ;
years past.year had stronger of Ocala and this contract now
I I : arranging themselves solidly I made in latest styles, $13.00 and Rain Coats, "Cravenette," guar- $
opposition than ever before, but saysthat awaits the signature of the mayor. : :
on that side, it i evident teat publicsentiment I I
I be did the finest year's business i We think! that it is his plain duty is rip** for a prohibition .t 41

that he has ever recorded. He says I to sign th.is contract yet we commendhim : campaign hat will drive the last licensed Specials In Ladies' Ready-JiIade Garments 1
that this
is attributable
to several for the prudence and caution he I saloon form the stale. !

causes.of\-IW One is the continued growth has exercised in obtaining the con- I I Conditions are vastly improved iii I I x Ladies' Taffeta Silk Skirts. . . $4.9S Ladies Taffeta Silk Waists "guarand. j. --

y city and another is the reputa- 1 census of opinion of representativecitizens those:: cities and towns, where prohibition y9 tee ". . . . . . !"l>'*).i U 1 \J
t tin that he has achieved in paying : concerning said contract and I has been in force for sometime I J Ladies' Taffeta Silk Skirts, "guaran-

strict attention to business and to be ) teed. . . . . . . V1)t'tl)'" : N
giv- giving them an opportunity that other toowns are at last i< Ladies' full length Tan Coats, made '

I I ing careful attention to prescriptions. : heard before closing the matter fi- i awakening to the fact that the "all'I I 5 U !Ladies Silk Underskirts; "guaran- ,! of Meiton Cloth, very latest style, ;

nally.As. 1, of liquor in a community is a hindrance a< teed". . . . . b I I. .J)'S | Satin lined. Others ask $15.00; cur }'

rU Read Red Saunders. i a matter of fact all kinds of paving rather than a help to business. I r .' Ladies' full length Tan Coats. . $ (L.t1"t i price . . . . . $!O.OS) '"

was duly considered by the council ,'and that towns formerly controlled

before: framing the ordinance, and by the liquor business, now that liquor
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&EE :i Ti.I LINE THAT ADVERTISED I'S SHOES THE LINE THAT ADVERTISED I IS f
[ l' the cost of the same was duly con i has been driven out, are rapidly .

1IN sidered. It was held, and we think forging to the front in all lines of

properly, that Ocala is not in a posi- i material and moral progress; where "Everlasting" the best men's shoes in the world for wear; satisfaction S 2 74

I -( ) tion to try experiments and take : formerly saloons flourished, tartorusand guaranteed or your money back} several styles, only

i! chances. The selection of vitrified : school houses are now taking Top-Round Shoes for Men, none bet- I All kinds of Shoes for Men, upwardster

I bricl was not done in haste. It was 1! their place, and where the laborers' at the price, at 3.50 and. . $400()() I . . . 81 A H t

Cold selected after an eihaustire discussion : money was worse than squandered ; Shoes sold for and combined and
Storage Our Ladies' are Style wear: CO
and the ordinance requiring cer- 98 t
,
I in the saloon, bis family enjoy more
from which select for to'
line to $1-39
we a large
tain streets to be pared with this material of the comforts and luxuries of life cary '

was passed by the council by a [and the savings bank is growing and IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY BUY YOUR SCHOOL SHOES FROM US
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I We desire to announce that our: unanimousote.. i thriving on the earnings tljit formerly Again we want to impress on you that we have only One Price, everything marked in

Cold Storage Department for the curing : Had there been strong and pronounced went for drink.: plain figures..WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY. In buying from us you simply deposit purchase

of meat is now open. I opposition to it in the council I God speed the day when the last price for goods selected and same remains here subject to your demand if you want it. Try us f

We are the COLD STORAGE PIONEERS i the same having received the i licensed saloon stall close its doors / once and yOU will never leave us. i

OF FLORIDA, have given the I sanction of a majority of tbe council ; forever.-Pender (N. C.) Chronicle t Yours for a Square Deal. .

curing of meat the closest study for : and approval of the mayor, we hold I .

I years, and our uniform past good ser- : that it would even then be the duty University Lectures |' II 1"YEblilJlETY'

vice is the very best evidence of our :of the mayor to sign the contract, it i Under the supervision of the University I7rlJRE

f i ability to serve you. I I I having been drawn under the specific of Florida, lectures for high (!
READY. directions of the ordinance, so as to
; We therefore announce I schools teachers' institutes and similar -I
i to appreciate that it have> the work begin at the earliest ,I
We want you .
Institutions: have been Institutedand
means superior equipment, including possible moment. I
I duplicate machinery in case of accident The dust fro mthe lime on the I a number of persons have consented -

I to do the streets, impregnated as it is with I to deliver lectures in accordance OCALA, FLA.
and skilled assistants 1l R
.
!I work, in the best possible manner. filth, Is a menace to health. It causes I with this arrangement among --G ..W'\ou t;..= g <5I-- ... -!_ ut :n t't .* 1.

I taistrongly great damage to the goods of the whom are President Sledd, Dr. Yo-
this connection we cannot, t .
In our friends to take merchants, to delicate and costly machinery cum, lir. Flint, Dr. Schmidt Dr. Benton .

I urge where upon they KNOW it will I and gives the city a reputation II Dr. Crow, Dr. Banks and Major --- --- -- -- ,
meat
their -
Resides, These lectures cover a multitude - -- -
is hurtful to it. Floyd. '
have the proper attention. It is no I that I FIES-HILLER Ocala to Have Two More Elegant Residences )
of and some of them An Exhibition of Wonderful Oratory
dust is: stifling and almost unendurable subjects
serveagain. i the
WORK for you to let us )
GUESS
i on windy days.Vitrified include as many as twelve subjects to j Some of our readers perhaps read I I .
'U : Miss Hazel Miller, daughter of Mr. Work will begin within the nest ,
/ material that select from. For instance, Dr. Sledd
brick is one Wednesday's
firs r. in our paper
the account
me
tor few weeks residencethat
meat an elegant
Jfo those storing Hiller became the I upon
II est has been found will lecture on any of the following and Mrs. Edward ,
:
would refer to our friends aft T a thorough !! of the wonderful oratory of Sergeant home Col.! William N. Camp is to build.
time, we ''to excellence. It is subjects: Education and Progress, bride of Mr. Irving Fies at a I
NEIGHBORS-who are so well I be a paving par S. Prentiss. The writer said six Col. Camp's home will be located on
YOUR I! durable and lasting, and those whom'it Education for Service, Education and ceremonial quietly performed at i
faithful{ ser- the lot known the McConnell
beautiful
satisfied with our past I'' will mostly benefit are the only Crime CompulsorS' Education, etc. Dr.I that he was greater than Bolingbrokeand I o'clock on the evening of October 23, ; as -
lot which is opposite the
l vice. !Jones that will have to pay for it di- :: Crow will lecture on German Student possessed more fascinating witch- :by Rabbi M. Newfield. The marriage :
our smoke-house I I lovely tomes of Messrs. Clarence and
that
Please note I. II Life. Dr. Yocum, Fiwbel, Rosseau, Charles James took place under a canopy of yellow i iI
than did I
als rectI of speech
1 operation and we will ) I I ery from : Jack Camp. The house already on
will be in representing the 1 1I 1 etc. Dr. Benton Wireless Telegraphy -I I chrysanthemums, suspended
for those I The city council That in his two hours' oration I lot is used the ,
this
to smoke the meat Fox. I! wedding bell of smaller 1 1I now by Camp ,.
ready which
be majorityvote Invisibel Rays. Indeed, all of was a
of citizens, by a I and ,
body
I[ whole he rose from splendor to splendor I formed I Phosphate Company as an office. A
so desiring. in favor of vitrified the subjects for these various lec- chrysanthemums An aisle was -
future patronage,. we has pronounced carried his audience to mountain I I portion of it will be torn down and
I
: the little
your white ribbons by
Soliciting I and a majority of utres are practical and useful. with I
brick paving, elo-
: of his
bog to remain, citizens are upholding j I heights by the magic : nieces.. of the groom, Alleen and Ad- : the main part of the building moved
I I the representative quence. That was the oratory of the to the back of the lot, and the new
friends I A Bouquet for Gilchrist :ele Fies, who wore lingerie frocks of I

Your of the city council
the hands The oratory of today is home will be built just in front of it,
last century.
ICE CO 'I the I The editor of this paper is a prohibitionist ; white chiffon and lace. Master Sumner i
& that -
PACKING and it seems to us mayor practical
but is more the
vivid. Messrs. McIver & MacKay being
FLORIDA I and has been all his life. He I not so Hirsch was the ring bearer. Thebride's .
SIMON BENJAMIN. Soc'y. i has no recourse but to sign the and more suitable to the requirements i contractors. This home will be modern
the work speedily Is not a supporter of General Gilchrist .: attendant was her sister. Miss
HERMAN BENJAMIN, Mgr. II contract and have go I for the governorship and has no idea of the age. I Mona Hiller who was gowned in yellow -i and up-to-date in every particular -
forward. Notwithstanding the extreme prac- residence that is ,
will be a
lar a
prevail.In I that he will be when primary day de media, and carried white I
will havebefore I : crepe
is we
usual prices We think the mayor as time oratory is
The 'I ticality of the present credit to city. Col. Camp is now
any
shipments be careful rolls around. Yet he honestly confesses : chrysanthemums. The bride entered I
for
making your I said, to be commended go- dead, and Florida has I
by no means in the city, completing the arrange-
with fatber.
that he is more pleased with her
i the drawing room
and
to mark plainly, I ins:: slow and feeling his way, many sons whose tongues possess ments for his home.
the sentiments -: the manly stand assumed by the general Her gown was a beautiful creation of
a Ice Co, I now having ascertained this divine gift. The Camp Phosphate Company are
Florida Pacing I in the state prohibition matter I white crepe de media handembroidered -
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of a majority of the representative John Beard of Pensacola has devel building new offices, which will be
than he is with those gubernatorial and trimmed in duchess lace.
FLA. his call, -
I OCALA, i citizens who under manifested II oped into a wonderful orator; Will I completed in a few weeks. The new
other candidates, necklace
and
candidates- : The only jewels worn was a
: any interest In the: matter, his I Jacksonville is a master of located the northeast
; of I offices are on
::4 marked out and ;, too. for tbat matter-who have made ,. Bryan I of diamonds, a gift of the groom. The .
has been plainly Trammell formerly
duty Park
Clarence lot
of the Camp
haste climb the prohibition eloquence. with real or- corner
will be such to upon I bridal veil was caught
we hope that the contract I Lakeland but now of Tampa, has *
Crockery, ,; wagon simply because it seems of : blossoms, while white orchids I
Tinware signed at once the work speedily recently announced his candidacy for ange Mr. W. P. Edwards who has been
Glassware, : to be the popular thing to do. We formed a shower for the bridal bou-
Hardware prosecuted, and the dust which is the United States senate, and is said I I successfully engaged in the beef business -
: is moral issue with his
believe that prohibition a quet. The groom entered parents -
: such a great menace to the health and ''to the witchery of eloquencein I for several years will soon erecta
and has no place in the politics of possess I Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fies. I
comfort of the citizens and ruinousto most wonderful degree. John very handsome residence on his lot
: the state, and we regret that the issue a Palms and chrysanthemums form-
our merchants and others will be is direct and incisive. Gil- on Summerfield avenue which he
: has been made a political one.-Mad- Stockton 1 ed the decorations of the home, while
:
Fishel Says iffectually stopped. christ is affable and pleasant. Mallory purchased from Mrs. Carrie M. Ben-
ison New Enterprise.Mr. the dining room was especially attractive :
;i _---'- has charmed the United States I ton some months ago. The plans for
; Inverness was and arranged for the servingof i
Reaves of
Dr. Horace I this home are already in the hands of
is Moue to Speaking ofthe C. H. Mathis, the big cantaloupe senate. .. an eight-course bridal supper for : '
in Ocala Wednesday. Florida has a right to be proud of the architect and as soon as the plans
BEST tor said that grower, has extended his possessionsin whicb included only mem- :
at Inverness he fifty guests,
:
THE tr; pro1'iclt'tl election closed her gifted sons. They will all be inC'a i are completed work on this residencewill
voted : this county having just a bers of the family connection. The
of Inverness
..J ll.l' only one resident The interior finish will"be
at out" convention
l'l'lb begin.
I the "coming !
\lies a:
# the : trade with Col. L. P. Miller for :3::61)<
yoU get; cast reception planned was not tendered :
votes were
Two
l\llllf' toEEPtRTOUT i the dry ticket. and there will be a flow of oratory of red cedar and altogether the Edwards -
right price of the voters : acres of his magnificent tract of land owing to the recent death of the
'" side, but one
for the wet be- I home will be handsomeone
the like of which has never a very
A. S.
..; STORE but i a few miles south of Ocala. Mr. bride's aunt.
was
i lived at Crystal Mver, f' been heard in th4s state. Everybody I I and will be supplied with all mod-
FlSHEl', at Inverness, and returned Burgess of Williston, S. C., a young > < Among the out-of-town guests were
registered of the .
themselves ern improvements.Mr.
.. ought to avail
You can get Inverness feels proud of man who has been with Colonel Math- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hirsch, Misses Hazel -
to do your trading need to wear to vote. : is for will have charge of opportunity of listening to the speeches I
almost an.Ul liolright at the distinction of being the banner I some years of these native sons of Florida. and Natelle Hirsch, and Mr. Morris I G. W. Ray, who some time ago
'h' our his new place, and will prove a valuable Nashville :Mr. and ;
of
Loventhal ;
fur southof
or to han' to prohibition precinct.For will bean bought the Arthur Griffith place
convention
this store, and you wont what you I: acquisition to the citizenshipof The "coming out" affair. Mrs. Ike Hirsch and Mr. Sumner I i town, was in Ocala Wednesday and

all over town tog Diarrhoea. this county. Mr. Burgess is accompanied unique and unprecedented
run treat i right. : Chronic Hirsch of Cumberland, Md., and Mr. said that in addition to his home
wait.'e'11 :'While in tbe army in 1SC3 I was by a younger brother, Mr.J. 1
I
; Salt Lake City.
I diarrhoea" says 1i i Big Fire at Gainesville Sidney Bamburger of place he will plant next season some
J-( ---== :, taken with chronic :| B. Burgess, who. too. will try his
-- Hot
have to
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-_- ---- George M. Felton, of South Gibson, Gainesville had a big fire Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Fies gone cantaloupes in the Kendrick neighbor

!:, Pa. "I have since tried many reme- I I fortune in the Land of Flowers. : afternoon. The large cotton ginneriesof Springs. Va., New York and Bostonon hood.

4 M. FISHES dies but without permanent relief until W. W. Gordon & Co., of Savannah, a bridal trip. and will later make I
cashier of the
: of this place per- Col. I. E. Webster
W. Miles I
; Mr. A. burned. The loss Birmingham their home. I son of Mr. Jacob Fies, whose sons
I Chamberlain's Collie located there, were
suaded me too try Dutton Phosphate Company, left yesterday \
. is member of the well [ in business circles.
Diarrhoea Remedy $15,000 and Mr. Fies a are prominent
between
and at
Goods, Shoes, Cholera for Ocala in the interest of is estimated
Dry bottle of which stopped it at known family of that name and the Birmingham Age-Herald.
one !? ) QOO.
Millinery Gainesville Sun. ,
that -
t Clothing, once." For sale by all druggists. m company.



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... THE PRESIDENT'S BIG STICK j Y ..
PENSION
THE 1m"
GEN. JEWELL AND Ii lasts n lang r .
MR. GRAVES, MR. ROOSEVELTAND ins effect of malaria ; ,,"" .,,

THE OCALA BANNER I MR. HEARST LAW Globe, A. T., Oct. 22, 1907. become ran3> ""' .
t.: General Jewell, at the late reunionof Editor Ocala Banner \ ; You catch cold easily or '
Frank Harris, malaria
Hon. of ij

r '" FRANK HARRIS, Editor. It is known that Mr. John Temple Veterans the Florida, at Pensacola Division ,Confederate arraignedmost Ocala, Fla.: .1,1\|j['j\\ down bec.U2e of the after effe.ct' Scott's '$ d

k' : P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. Graces, the gifted and eloquent ,, vigorously the pension law The Banner of the 11th reached me < *.?.f Strengthen yourself with f .. Ii2r.
from
I Georgian is soon to become editorInchief I adopted at the recent session of the today having been forwarded 4) Erntrbn.
I I
I_,, .. I Ii of the New York American, legislature. He said that over fifty Prescott, and I read in it with much I II nervous
:ti}. I receiving of builds blood and tones up your a
1 fltffit the favorite of Mr. Hearst's eight per cent. of those who are now interest your letter to the editor .. It new 4i f
under this law are men I .-r
Third
pensions "Against a t em.
World entitled, sy
; newspapers. not entitledto I the ) e
therefore t. fl.OO.A.X
: and AND
I remembered that Mr. of wealth I ALL DRUGGISTS ; 50o. y
I It will also be receive it, but we take it that the Term." "' ''',, ,.tJ.... .

; I Roosevelt is an idol of Mr. Graves'- law-makers did not have It in their I think the letter excellent exceptas ._ ..,. *",r.',-, --'?. '\, 3.4.5 ff.fi.QQQQQf''': '-''-''' Q

In a public address delivered at1 I minds to bestow these pensions as a to one expression, and this is an i I I
.
; W ? Chattanooga some time ago in the I IIIresf'lIce matter of bounty, but more as a reward I have seen in print time -

3-JVO, of Mr. Bryan, Mr. Graves and meritorious con- expression as ;, :
before
= for heroic but never
I

;; .. :;..,,:,',:"C. i'i. :.:J"J/-' I :tartled those present by publiclydaring de duct. Gen. Jewell further said that I and coming time from again anyone, I felt at iineny hurh'I I 1 Ocala House Wine Roonjs.)
1
:"; .!"" :"' that Mr. Bryan at the nextdemocratic I it pensions were given only to the to about it In one para- tTur

__ ., should himself to write
saIlors-to
r- u --- ,! convention Confederate soldiers or letter you use the : t
of your
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1907 Mr. Roosevelt for president immortal the graph
nominate those men who made words: "Mr. Harriman, against whom o"u I t

--- -- and fame of the Southern Con- h--
name Roosevelt's big stick is now
huggesta that a It will also be remembered that Mr. fedf'raC'y-it might be that we could Mr. this phrase because I
: Dr. Long nan fly I used. I object to
man vho goes hunting with a brass Roosevelt personally. dislikes Mr. view the pension law as a mark of ing I believe it to be misleading, OLD! flLlEGHAiW j

"But, as bestowed I \
full bag Hearst. honorable distinction.
band need not expect a 1 and I want to ask if you, or anyone
Just after the assassination of Pres- equally upon men, who, however believes that Mr Roo evelt's -i

McKinley, speaking of his as- noble in spirit, else, really
ident however
of the papers are guessing at brave stick, or any other dangerous I
.1. Many: of him big PURE 1YE.
Roosevelt spoke to the
Mr. and loyal
the name of the I'ensacola Journal's sassin, however willing weapon that is Mr. Roosevelt's, is
;' Record as inflamed "by the reckless utterances South and to the state yet men the time
The at any
has ever (
candidate for governor. now being, or
of those who on the stump and in of whom never saw a battle nor
lIon. \V. II. Milton of Ma- most used against Mr. Harriman seriously '
er guesses been
the public press appeal to the dark face to face in hostile array -
met a foe the
I Recorder. be that you use
\ rianna.-Madison ? It may
and evil spirits of malice and greed, ; men who never marched andstarved merely intending to identifyMr. Put up 4 full Qts tin

The wind is phrase .
and sullen hatred. : fought month after

:- Possibly Miss Gladys Vanderbilt I envy:sowed by the men who preach such month and and year after year, and in Harriman but if this still is so misleading its use i Cartoons :
arctic ex and It is
become an unnecessary. Fancy
: ambitions to is
has
I
cannot escape
doctrine,, and they and nakedness and want endured -
hunger not-
It is stated that she has the I and I say this deliberately, f" !
for
plorer. their share of responsibility strain from which
that physical
of furs and the fact that there has
,
Lought; twenty-four sets whirlwind that is reaped. This applies died more than from wounds in battle withstanding talk both by Mr. Delivered at your
undt'rclothinCourier deal of ,
103 suits of dema- been a great
V the deliberate suffered
alike to when the soldier, who :
-
Journal. .I I gogue, to the exploiter of sensationalism all this, who bore the burden and heat I Roosevelt, and by about bis what attorney they were general Express Office
-- always
but t
foolish visionary I
and to the crude and equality and
of the day is put upon an I have
: According to Thomas A. Edison, it whatever reason apol- going to do to Mr. Harriman. t
who for a class with the men who, whateverthe
,: : will soon be possible for a workingman ogizes for crime or excites aimless in virtues otherwise knew nothing. never believed, and I don't believe Foi' $3.2ORegular '
the big stick, or
he either, that
easily as have
: to build a home as discontent." endured nothing of these hardships you ft 1

: can fill a waffle iron. But filling a In his speech at Utica November 1, then it seems absurd to say that a any other weapon of the present administration (
than
waffle iron at present prices Is a vex- 1906, Secretary Root of President thus granted to all alike is a more formidable an foi
T. pension with reform spelling! Whiskey write :
Courier-Journal. loaded $ J.OO Quart ;
,-- atious problem.- Roosevelt's cabinet said: badge of honor giving distinction to air-gun Harri- a
Mr
"I say, by the president's author- above: his fellow." :would ever be directed at
the recipient Price list
naturally words, with man, nor at any other man, be he desirable c :n.Iete ( ;
The citizens of Leesburg are ity that in penning these Continuing, Gen. Jewell further 4'
contribj j
citizen or otherwise, who j
fact that the President McKialey's
the of
jubilant over the horror
the Oklawaha before him be had Mr. said: uted properly to the campaign fund of j:I ;
government will open murder fresh "No one questions the willingnessof
I. O. P. in 1904 or who will now j Ocala House Wine Rooms
end. And I the G.
to
river for navigation from end Hearst specifically in mind. the members of the state troops to :

: This is indeed a good thing and will say, by his authority, that what he fight, to die if necessary, for the aid in boosting and bragging on thP\\ t

mean much for them.-Fort Myers thought of Mr. Hearst then he thinksof South in those years of war, but he administration and its antics. _.1 !
Standard Oil Company is tnt I \JC.LFLOIUD. .\. -I-
Press. Mr. Hearst now. did not do it, and the Confederate sol- The 1

4 It seems to us that this is the most died did. and if the pension is a badgeof j only corporation which has act'iahv! -- -- -- .
--
: In ten years it will be possible to awful language one man ever used honor it is a badge of honor to the [ been brought into a trial court anti -THEHardware- .

send wireless messages to the remotest -against another. men who, comparatively speaking, did tried, so far as I know, for a violationof 1

corners of the earth. In other Here, the president almost directly nothing and endured nothing in that any statute of the United States,

: words, a New Yorker my talk freely I accuses Mr. Hearst as the instigatorof tragic struggle as it is to them who and the Alton, one of IIarriman':,

with a friend who is lost in the unexplored -' the assassination of President Mc- endured it all." roads, I believe which was shown b% MarioQ Conpaiy) ) ,

I country west otew Jersey. Kinley, from the fact that his assas- Those soldiers who served during I the evidence in that case to have violated -

Courier-Journal. sin had.been inflamed by the incen- the civil war in Florida will take is- the same statutes as the Stand- ;

=- diary utterances of Mr. Hearst thro' sue with Gen. Jewell. They suffered ard, at the same time and in the -HEADQUARTERSAmerican :

Mr. Lewis Stuyvesant Chanler the his newspapers when it was very hardships, they made forced marches .same way was granted immunity.

probable that Mr. Czolgosz never in and I Possibly a proper debit has been en-
wherever
is
lieutenant governor of New York and faced the enemy Wire
; I of Mr. Hearst's news- the "party" books of the G. Fencing,
coming South to start his presidential his life saw one whenever an opportunity presented itself tered on

boom. He is a fine young fellow and papers, and perhaps could not read and are entitled to encomiums O. P. against the Alton's share of the Sash, Doors and Blinds

txtrcffioly:: popular. Chanter, with the English language. the same as the Confederate soldiersin $2 OOOO campaign contribution referred -

-. Hoke Smith as a running mate, would Now, the question is, how is Mr. the theatre of war in any other to in your letter, and the "immunity" Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, "-v

Graves to harmonize these ut- account in the same books
not be a bad team. going state. The Florida soldiers guarded I
t1
terances of President Roosevelt prisoners patrolled the coast fought properly credited-but this we will Mill and Mining Supplies, I

General John C. Devant would not against Mr. Hearst and still retain I battles and endured all the privations never know, as we are Gentiles and ,

stand for re-election to the position his admiration and friendship for the i 1 and hardships of the soldier, and are Philistines, and are outside of the Turpentine Snpplies,

president as the editor of one of Mr. entitled to all the distinctions that belong fold of "God's anointed"-if that is
cozamauder of the Second Brigade
of Improved Farming ToolsjO! )
Hearst's favorite and leading news- to the Confederate soldiers else- what the G. O. P. stands for. The / r
U. C. V., and Mr S. C. Boyleston
former coi.iman.U-r of the R. E. Lee papers? where. They did whatever they were only reason the Standard didn't get"immunity' .
j We have an inkling that Editor instead of a fine was because -
camp of Jacksonville, was unanimously ordered to do and received the full GET OUR PRICES
.7 given this honor. Graves' editorial bed will not be as plaudits of those under whom they the: poor old thing is behind the

soft as are downy pillows. served. times and rested itself content on

the ancient idea that as it was nor pro-
i Mr. L'L'ngle's attorney in Manateecounty :
court according to the Record The Gubernatorial "Dark Horse" A QueryAs tected by the tariff it did not have to Marion Hardware Company

of the Pensa- "come liberally as th-
"Frank Mayes editor through" as
-
ethics
in his apology sai-1 that he bad been a matter of interest-legal !
; cola Journal, has discovered a man late candidate of the G. O P., ami the
misinformed by his attorney, Robert we may say-is it in good form
.
who he says can be elpctedgovernor chairman of his campaign ...
,
facts in the case
the
McNaraee. as to commite"1 - ---- -- ------ -
; of Florida, whereat the Ocala Banner, for a prosecuting officer of one section who, according to one J'< ....... ... .,. ,,... ,,
., -: :
<>tc. This is rather tough on Tampa'sN'apolron.l.ake """ ""- "' -- ;cr = ="""" -fz=- "'
,. City Index. with its inveterate leaning to corpor- I of the state to defend a person since been doing "one night stands"in r-- .Q' ;

ation interests opines that man to be charged with crime in another? I i the different cabinet offices. 9 H. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. Bouier ...l|
I I
II I Benjamin S. Liddon one of the chief If our memory serves us right, : thought was proper under all the cir _
-. made most eloquent i
Mr. John Beard a I
I
attorneys of the Louisville & Nash- Judge W. B. Young, when on the cum stances. The Standard has doubt- I
address to the Confederate I
( erans at the late meeting at Pensa- ville Railway in Florida. The peopleof bench of the fourth circuit, had a per I, less waked up by this time, however, Announcement ;

i. Florida are not sufficiently son before him at Macclenny. on one :: and has been made to see: that the
cola. Mr. Beard is a most cogent enamor-I
; ed with the methods of the occasion charged with a serious i j G. 0. P. in modern times needs so

i C' reasoner made careful and logical study speaker of the constitution and has- in rushing to federal courts to secure I II crime When the case was called th i: much more money to effectually PIVthe I We have just purchased the splendidly equipj<:d f

r' and its method of adoption. lie I j injunctions restraining state officials i iI defendant was represented by the ': country that it must needs get 3 machinery plant of the Yonge and Cline Company (. :i

is. we think, "sane, safe and sound," from executing its laws as to elect I state's attorney of another district. 'I the excess which cannot be wrung anti! so.ioit: a share of the repair work: of Marion and ,

I that corporation's principal counsel to 1 Judge Young refused to allow this from the interests through their ]
on the doctrine of state's rights. adj >ming; counties. We make a specialty of repairingte
L the governorship. The Chronicle feels gentleman to act in the capacity of fear of having the tariff revised else- a
-- I
.confident that ditor Mayes had I attorney for the defense for the reason -| whre than in the "house of its I :- mi pumps gas engines etc. a..:..
I of
Chanler
Governor
Ueutenant :|John N. C. Stockton in his mind's eye that if a change of venue was ''friends" and at some probable or pos L. ('s.Ocala .
New York, in his speech at the Georgia I I.t
when he made his discovery. Mr. asked for and granted. it might b : sible date, by prosecutions of those

state fair, pleaded for the divorce Stockton has all those excellent qual- transferred to the circuit of which the !' who are "unpatriotic" and do not I

t of the tariff question from politics. to make attornr was prosecuting officer, and : Gas EngineCompany
ities which are requisite an I properly respond to the nation's needsof I
would the democratic party :1'
What I ideal governor, and, like William I would result in complications. keeping said G. O. P.. which owns. 1.I
Times. I
left?
Tampa
: have
Jennings Bryan in popularity all he I The newspapers can discus this :'operates, swindles and humbugs the 11

The Tiiaes evidently means "what" I would have to do to secure the gubernatorial -i phase of a recent case.-Lake City people of these United States by divine I i
left? I ;1
would the republicans have
i f
;
nomination would be to i Index. I right. in perpetual power. The' !'
II I 5r2 Sa3SSBSM Hsi
rr25S C25 S> ISif53 -,
avow his candidacy-the people ; I present theory is that where divine .
The fierce financial flurry in New i I it'
; ;would do the rest."-Inverness Chron, THE NEW YORK WORLD j jThriceaWlek right doesn't work, main strength and --- <,
York is at an end, and the country
( Edition) awkwardness can be easily made: to IT WILL
is safe.: It came near involving the I icle.The i
:
Ocala Banner has not kept up take its place.
: whole Mr. Cortelyou, secretary -, I II !
country. with Judge Liddon in recent years, : Read Wherever the English Language : It grieves ire to see a man of your lTrLy/ not an txp--i. (.l-i'
: i: f.t'tWithproper.uti.
: of tlu treasury, Mr. J. Pierpont I PAY vouI
Rockefeller and but knew that he was an original BryI -i is Spoken 1 I., intelligence and one whom I have al !! r-. '. t'ry. a.sre ice's 4..
John D.
Mr.
Morgan I anite; stood for "free silver" and The Thnre-a-We'k World txIJPets.; ways regarded as highly as I10 you. i i fi d,. .- -. -:.. T: ,:.:.tij_ .i. ? .id..
to have on hand to if >
other neb; nu-n cnie generously you sell or yc '
trained with the "reform forces" of to he even a better piper in 19f1j give any faith or credit to the ideal S 1 Lac.t. (;ft ';
,
the rifuo and saved the country i'i"t.>. ,'. than ev '.r before In the 'our.fof I that any nan in this country is in are thinking coming to Fop! _. 1t
the Createf-::in-iil :
from perhaps
'h I 1 l1ig. !L, :, i rj.'. :. .: "i'-r eWt.-' 'lie! year the IHHfur the next zreitpr : dan i-r of nrosecution! under anof > Ida to make it your home o< ;: :

I wreeka- untmy. lent ju !HpfO 1 or'(,t"'r and w.ione of ''';, rial fa'npaiioi will he fore I ftc new fancied federal laws if hc :< i

"oj.* ill'j.! i..bi! -< if you desire to invest --s-
'
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: t \\-iiu i:. i >, .1 ;.i' \\ '.. :. ,y.ti : -, i. : **: ,1 .. .. :"' : Tr. T.:"';, -'i-Vi ,>Ki .. w-l I; a : :' ".1'" : --- -
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rcration : .
TO
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t t' other
I I \\ t 5' 1 "X 5' '.:; :: : yon I'try : GOP. Harriman :: '< ;0.1 AnL..al I'i
j is' in .
:' no more dan- ida ( perty.. "--' _- -C... .
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> it 11'12 Utj 'n'i" U 'i li .n. : i a-- I'ODiih' .his "immunity" and .1 -.....
f t tvvar : i jo:n:.t'i::.M. V'ralso had ',', !it shOf rl,; ke paid ,: 'I
The np" :; :0. ..
:
was never 'lil I of him that he runum- rla.- ; for .
it. and< "out i \ Y ;) .
i.- thi pl.! ..i.... 'L :li.; V "-- :."'11- ..rh.:0:1"! l :: !..' '., 'y I.... .)''-.. (\.'.l.: r'S.' ., ,I ;r .: :. r, : ," so yon are borb of the jurisdiction j. i 1I1hL3UI i to urt. tI
i ;.. .. I'v t 1'I '.. you are safe, thoughif .l.
lit' I ,
i' -lit h : t i < : '.\":l- ,i' ,1"' n ,',i ;- > 1' :1'\ H:1. ; : ;. : :- !)- ,
."' ,. ''. ,. -- .sII .. .. you get tooassy" you may be : J. R. Moorhead D. S. WoodrOw,. -e_._ !
: : ::1' !1'1"! 'f : ,
: '
i .I'' !1'-, 1 : :. ::1 ',' VVi': M, :'. : : i' '1" J! :( : xtradited ti1 l Estate O niers.

i "t. '.t :. 1 1 \ : M" .I i.i 1 L.. ", I 1- -.".. ... ,. : ;. ,J i ". \ ," ,. :1- '-s ... .. ... ,- ".i' ; ',. : ,1 -as no one is immune from : President. Seretary. '

Iti' ors to n :' >. >\ '*!Ls ,, of hanpme*;* in t'i... ''ai. sjnins fact, oxtnulition: except a loyal republican, Ocala Florida ; B. J. Fetter Gen. Mgr. I
Veflti r.. an' unles our nifnorv is at :! impart! you : 'like Taylor
formerly of
bor !.''>'-r: w'1': : 'm' In1 tol- : '. > 'h-',-:. Kentuckv. VOOOMAR SAND AND COMPW I
; ta\ilt, :Mr.1i1tn: ui- :1'.0 Mr Stock 0f op'nioijs on v: It has fIll! With -v- ---- -- -- __ J' STONE
ry best regards and sood
'ira5.t!> 1 :- n.; ; T : ton's civic1 rkrMI'' 1,1! i a:"fiu-i-. an I i"- \\"i.1.., : FOR SALE-As long as they last ; Builders of '
-. I am.Yours. !
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-- ','1"1": t' :,1:' : : !] k: J' we offer a few second hand organs in i CEMENT SIDEWALKS

.. !, \ : t' \ M" > t :' : rrar': ', I I'd.\t' !'..!i'., I'c: -:..- ftiL.oimi .11.rir: ,'-a-'V.5 :' \\',':':,:':; '., ": '1:,(:' very truly, good condition at a very low price : Dealers in :

lit ;It!. l<...u..11 .'rs. ,i. rtlitU l.F I..' du.iit' ,. ,.i:i,_.' .1. t]L- Tii.U i i.' .*i -::'ll.., 1'P: : !';. :,. 111 : $l jIt-t, NEILL M ALLREDS I (or cash. OcalaIusic Co. 8-17-dwtf : LAKE WEIR SAE''DManufacturers
S.-I know that you will not feelthat :
I c "la' .:t. IIIt'I' bPsi U,'fl (d.uhe; ." evi- is now e.htor-in-chief of the New: \ear aiul this pay for 130: IJapt'rs.Y.... i ir'f..r of
y--
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t\ tl..n- .\' r">','ri';:.j; '. lh' N"(>\\ York Yorkld'daL Florida i- and : "'::.; u1-qsaP..,! n<'\\ ':Ps.ser: :el.! mv friendship for you has les'ui'l : CONCRETE BLOCKS, f ,

ts\\ SI.... \\ p' .\iKiiiroi'tfd! by Uie '::\.; 'it-i-r. foreral > ear.; '-er1e'.l: '!is., 0"1; \,-, .. ;l\ ra r...'. r .:. r';..,. one: whit when I tell you that HANDY MOTH PAPER PAVING MATERIAL \

t'i! '-- c ia' ':i', .i' ,.ttlumns were lupe-! : 'v .i (on The editorial MtT! : f 1"1'I':: \r'.r f, :. $1 ,'-. Tl': r, ffn'i. r I rn,' no fault in the pointed remarks A moth destroyer and disinfectant FENCE POSTS, Etc. : -
of T-. E. J Shriver, printed und Placed under carpets, or in the folds .
r
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I : bidder. He i| the :V 1r"i, t.\ -|\\'r-: Frr: r 1 r.: ,1.1"; t ; : f '\, ", ,';),'.'r I of furs and clothms. it drives away Estimates and plans furnished and

w-: nv ''' :" 1i'taflt'ein: his New H. Jones then FrankRawthorno, an-', is $2.00.Some:! I :our own. N. M. A. moth and worry. Twelve sheets in a contracts: taken. '

Yoi' -.. ', 1 II" I II I packet, carnage prepaid, 10 cents:
; man \\hop.al;- now John Tvniple Graves one of :!'P01sip
P. Florida.
O. Box 956 O ara.
I, How disappointed the average man i six: packets 50 cents if druggist does
fth 1.1 v- I I'" t in iliu-;: i oMunl ,
: ii! ,
: owners of the JicksouvlleMu people mal
p have It.
!
roo'i! ar the ; i i'f" must feel not
op !
time be looks in
to 'p 1 1 .. ," ., .1' "lip ,I \ I >i ohsI I \ ", -,..,:nih'r.: : ..: off!. I 'irror.! every w a 1 I Madigan! Powder Clarksvitte.Works Iowa., Selection 809 Read Red SJ.unders.t. I.

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STANDARD -::::
F OIL
PROFITS --
THE AND -


I Dividends in -seven PUBLIC- I :: I *
years *
'jlg to $308,359,403! Total amount II I I i FURIOUS ITCHiNG G ---IP *, t t t t> C* T* *T c TT TT71 a <

Profits
amounting to $490.315.934': The tan. | MONEY SAVING VALUES *

dard Oil stockholders i I I
got the vfo

ipso facto, they must be robbers money X0; :I I i HUMORONCHILDSores R '*' FOR THE WEEK ,

wonder the I :tl1t
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average .

although he buys praCtically urban. citizen, ; Birmingham and Jefferson !I Beginning Saturday Hov. 2 at *
feels a sense of no oil, I Alabama Vote County, Bleeding Covered Her Whole
wrong as he COIl sid Dry by 1500 i After ,
ws those huge Hgures. Majority Body an Attack of Measles '

The nimble Birmingham i -Nursed Every Night for Three !
statistician is Qct 28.-J, i

quick to of prove the ,country estimating at the population also- is county impossible has gone dry. At this hour trersoll it'!! Weeks-Nothing-Helped Her. i I THE BOSTON STORE :

v V- that 80,000,000, to get the offlcial' returns I
in the
I. seven year each one of but the indication THEN CUTICURA MAKES I McCall Patterns for December.
us has yearly Is that the majority I OCALA, FLA.

.l. to the dividends contributed Rockefeller fifty cents hlbitionlsts will be approximately 1(U9. The pro- i COMPLETE CURE IN 5 DAYS n'i *

have- drawn.- We bewail the loss et ai J. I,I and are hOlding in this city are Jubilant I -- S I ThiS week we intend to make a red letter one and we will : ..

,' tot half dollar with meetings and "It is in my opinion my duty to Join I ,
1 tation. Although exceeding ]lament brating. cele-/i those who praise th.. Cuticura lieme- i' offer bargains which at the the goods 4'S
are going
}; we have no hope of I dies. After my granddaughter of about way

the recovering filchers it,thereof We propose, to go after SOME SHORT STATE STORIES I L'i spven been cured years of had the "I up mean exceptional values and you owe it to yourselves to '*
even
though in mpn."Ihp was !
the '-ud we so upset business Dixon Irvine: I '" attacked about a *I and
come buy.
lo'Ja as to prominent stock 1. fortnight later by ,
..; hundred other half dollars To man of Oak Lawn, was transacting i! ,} 1.. funou.s, itfhing wwvi' '
; this wise and prudent course business in the city I -? 'I and painful prupi i r +
e1 a highy yesterday. Mr. I l- \t tion all ov<'r her I Silks and Dress
y intelligent Irvine Goods
iniblic, owns I r '
speaking from a one of the most extensive body e-|*dally : ,,1-
million throats ranches > /\ the ..artofO
urges on public officers in Marion countYGainr.svUle .. upjH-r [ :

| under penalty of instant anathema -- Sun. \ //it.wateryaml forming blw-d- <
J if they deliberate. IJ'J} ii>K soree i.nd.T, pe-the I : 4 ..t $1.50 Blue and Black 54-inch Broadcloth, good value at t Dvc) ; .
cialiy
Exceedingly simple and direct is i The finest loads of hay ever seen arms, of considerable) ail... she -11T"n.d J; $75c Black and Colored Brilliantines, good widths, now I !DC) i"
I the reasoning of the on our streets, a great deal and for till H' \M.k.we
:* his free lung man who is using through the itts said, passed nursed her every night tying all the -i'' Calicoes, Yellow Homespun and Outings, .*>: and up to I lOc r t.,
to
proclaim past week .
the horrible the product of remedies we could think tf. Nothing

.f > fine awfulness of the obviously aw- growers.the Grand Florida Island farmers and tmtek. ---- Would help.heard so We much then about rememberedhaving Cuticura: i( 4 i' EXTijA SPECIAL--720 yards New 15c Embroidery, Edging cud Insertion), rjow !DCLadies' ) r"

can raise just as leolt.di'S.'t' for them and after I j

Unfortunately however, when the fine hay as any state if you go about. twenty-four hours we noted oon.-iderable | 4'' Suits
'"
Is It right. improvement, and after wing only one Jackets and Skirts

case -Eustis
examined Lake
into, its extreme Region. complete set of the I'uticura Kfinedit-s, j ( 5 1-
simplicity disappears. There a in five coiM to the is more The date of much to our joy had Ijeeneritirelvcured: !' : $12.50 Ladies' Suits now. . . $i i)s $8.00 and 10.00 Ladies' Panama and.
matter than Pensacola's horse show ;
merely convicting has and has Uvn well for a long time. Mrs < t':"a Voile Skirts now. . . $(ft.I"J rt
the nefarious been announced F. Iluefenacht. 1;. F. D. :t. liakei fi !ld
company by universal as Thursday, November > $10.00 Ladies' Suits now. . (j J-iS
"
Cal., June 25 and July :20, 1'JUb.
I
shouting and drumming it into bank 15. This was settled upon e.t.1 $5.00 Ladies' Serge and BrilliantineSkirts -l-

ruptcy. Here is a huge business machine last night at a meeting of the Pensa- -e I w.: $15.00 Ladies' Jackets now. . . !D) iS now . . . . . :2 H') tV 6'"

with scores of refineries, hun cola Driving Association. At the HUMOR ON FACE !II I-""'."" .,

dreds of miles of pipe lines, thousands same time announcement was made $10.00 Ladies' Jackets now . . 4'H'-S| Odds and Ends of Skirts from. . IDc!) up ..
Cured by Cuticura Remedies "Jr
of employes. Its ships that racing in Pensacola would be resumed '
traverse I "

1 s,a and the sale of the commodity every -- on November Cth, when if is I I No Return in 20 Years. '*' Men Wear Coats Suits and Pants ....
,
th t', .. carry goes far toward preventing expected that the string of racers "My: son, when a lad of --sixteen was rJ.rc' .
trouhlt'tlith humor on his face and
.' a money drain on America nal.will again be here.-Pensacola Jour after using ('utic ura Itemediehe was 75c Men's Top Shirts now. , 40c II $15.00 Men's Black Clay Suits at . $!D) I I' r"k

.: that could not be endured. If Messrs. freed from.o to every then humor, "-ent and time ha after continued ) ., $1.25 Men's Top Shirts, now . $!)c I i: $10.00 Men's Fancy Suits now. . (> 'fS '

... the Bonaparte bomb they and Kellogg are laboriously are to explode Come on, Frank Mayes, and tell us cura twenty Soap years!has have been)pad.u>ed .in Your my family'uti-- 65c Men's Fleece Shirt now .1 1c I $8.00 Men's Suits new . . . .1 J !DS) 4ttn
manufacturing -
.. and the Standard Oil Company who that paragon of yours is. This for Cutioura several Item years*.die-and. I have A. II.faith Smith in the, 65c Men's Fleece Drawers now . -Sc| ; !;I $5.00 Men's Pants now . . . :JJ: I JS :c,

is scattered in a thousand fragments paper is sure enough pining to sup- Marion M;>., Dec- 1, 1!JU.".." "*, \.1 $2.50 Men's Hats now . . $1 71)!) I $3.50 Men's Pants now . . I !JS) ., !

who is to have the pieces? port for governor just such a man as Everj Complete Humor F'rtPrnal"Infant and. Hiiulreii.ilult.IntPrn.il Treatment! "onFtitd for- $5.00 Men's Shoes now . ,'] !DS) I: $10.00 Men's Overcoats now . (HI'} | .. :

-; Perish the thought that the bits are you claim to have found-a man "who CutiniM of Oitieura ",?'t.. i '',c I to Oi inv the'Km.. i'' 25c Men's Half Hose now . 19c!) i $5.00 :
Ointment (5t>
ito Hei. !the:skin : has .",,
:J to be distributed always stood for a square deal between curs It.\'I.nt' ( Ile t. In ih form nf .'h..a,II!ae
among the stockholders Coated Ptlis :Zio .1w'r sell .ifMi, to I'linrv' the Iiicmd.
j of the Standard Oil Company, the corporations and" the people fxild Corp thrDii-'hnut, Ada PropBostim the world. M.1 Potter:> Urge A Chcm. 4' SPECIAL-No. 1 : Lot $12.50 and $15 Men's Suits at $? .I 1 K This lot embraces ': r rr

1 J for are they not the very thieves we a "man who is poor, a "man Mailed_ J'ree._ _liooklet_ on skin UfDl'S.u tl't Serges, Worsteds and Fancies. No. 2: Lot Men's $4 and $5 Pants I
who has
never held office in this 1
'I are pursuing? It would be a ridiculous state." Add to these virtues honesty FALSE STATEMENT ANSWEREDTo tit.. now $2 .(\ This lot embraces all the latest styles. 4 1

after-climax to capture a burglar
"
:1 after infinite trouble and then restore and ability him, and we are almost ready the Editor Ocala Banner: We are Agents for the :McCall Patterns All the latest styles are now in stock. ,:t i I
to pledge our support "sight un-
to him the implements of his crafrf seen." Come on, now, and tell us Today I received through the mailan '* Subscribe to McCflLL MAGAZINE( 500 a year See us in our new stand. 4'

It we break up the present Standard ami-prohibition pamphlet entitled,

'1 Oil organization and then solemnly about him.-Madison New Enterprise.How "Growth in Population." As this pam- 4 Mail us 'o order OCALA )c' J
The Boston
*5 by decree of court, hand over its cons Shotter's Organ Endeavors to pblet. has probably been mailed to all :t.1't if you can t come. Store FLORIDA

stitutional companies to Rockefeller of our voters by a representative of Iv

Rogers and Archbold. the miscreants Deceive. the "wets," and may mislead the cas- U.& WRITE I FOR WRITE FOR SAMPLES WRITE FOR SAMPLES _
The Naval Stores Review, In its r
| within a fortnight would doubtless bet ual reader, I wish to point out its ut ; rr

,.. at their(old tricks of selling all the reasons last issue in, gives black the type following on its three third ter worthlessness as a means of ob- H4H !

.: oil they could at the highest price taining accurate information in regard
under the head, "Conditions _.
page to the effect of - -- --- -
-
.tj r: they could secure. Henry 0. Havemeyer prohibition on -- -- -- -- -- -- -

once had the effrontery to say Producers"1. Steadily Face. decreasing population.The 'IlLSHHAHiCbHDITIOflV& i.......1.N.0.......4.Nf000Nf.+.........444...+
consump-
,, to a congressional commission: "As a very first statement in the body 2 0

business proposition, it is right to get tion even under favorable business of the pamphlet is as follows: : WANT BIO CLOPS THEN USE IDEAL :
conditions. The world outside of the TCr ?* FERTILIZER{ {
"Three of the states of the
only
all out of the business you possibly p,
United States takes one hundred rU-j r.'ff w i
can." There is no evidence that the ion have. according to the census 1l .;.'I' OUR WILL
I 1 i BOOKS{ TELL YOU I
thousand casks less than it did five D
dealing in oil makes for higher ethics. ports, ever suffered a decrease in pop rnECNIYAMDNtI rn w.; ..,;v\ S.1tl '
If the present Standard Oil Companyis years ago. ulation." The unknown author goes. ;;;.t. if1SAirSsieKlfelf E : 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES" complete "IRISH POTATOES"-Book ont

dissolved, as is the prayer of the: "2. A business outlook that indi- on to say that one of the three states I. : ,4"0 Tf manual on Florida crops. "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultira-
t'fi
cates, to the most experienced judges, 101 CAn'l' M_ rlPRMNfYTS1
government and the prop suffering a decrease in population i b : -- : lion Effect of Fertilizers Digging
prosecutor
in business or KANY TEARS N 'C JC "-. r.'.: rljC Nf eM flit
.. erty is turned over to its present own- a contraction generallynext Nevada (wet, by the way", and ascribes HARKET: FOR DISEASE. II.510CK Of A'L IINLS i "FLORIDA ORACESBook of I and Shipping."
with continued E.1tIISPETIT: ? nEAjnASC1'iiTM: +rtHHD ABSOiftTILCHMAN5lSHOTAFCODBUTK.nivt5toci.nED.
possible :
ers, it is exceedingly doubtful whether year the decrease to the transit ut : I -ti special interest to orange growers. ["PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING" f
financial stringency and commercial IT AT I', ,:.:5 .
Cllil GIllE ALt'C't1)R :
the transfer will induce them to nature of its mining population. Granted. I special Interest to pineapple
I paicr 25 CENTr0-: ""'
become altruists, spurning profit and uncertainty, tending to a lessening of Then follows this misleading /DRSALt6TALLFETA.LCSUMS' < K \Ni.1rriiT1Hjo ev II'I : J growers.

working solely for the joy of social consumption and lower values. statement! : "The two other states suffering & TEvj.ni! ,A J A. t :. "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES"'IDEAL FERTILIZERS" Book tall

servi'fe "3. The carrying over to the next a decrease in population, --- I II I : Booklet on ".Qoil'arfettes, Cultivation of our different brands, analyses .

factor disturbs sim- crop of the largest unused supplies of I :Maine and New Hampshire, were prohibition Ii i : and Fertilization." prices, etc. .
And another I :
turpentine that have existed in Burnett : ,
states.
plicity and directness of judgment. many ;years at the beginning of a naval Jerry i j New.and revised edition! ot the above just published free for asking. ?!
The initial statement quoted above
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Is been not absolutely the certain extent that of we half have a stores year. Probably 40,000 hat three cr.ly of the states have ever Merchant I i WlIFoiT&lw i ; I.t i
i robbed to
K)I dollar year each. It will generally bo casks will be carried alone over and by speculative much- decreased in population, is absolutely I :. FERILTIZER/ COMPANY,
elements as
i untrue, and may be proved so by referring :
conceded that the oil gentlemen :: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
more-if not a greater quantityinother to 10 and 11 of the
pages pam Tailoring; ;
should be allowed to make something.that hands." phlet itself, where figures from the U I f a ....... .++..... .....+..................... 1
i
Perhaps it is only a dime a year been
who have reading
To those I
S. census reports are given, which Ocala Florida. J
has been lifted from our pockets
Review this looks
the Naval Stores show that "wet" Virginia and New I I
the other forty cents being a legitimate in one item at least. Miu-st Imported and 1
And, alas, it is not like hedging Mexico also suffered a loss in popula- omestic Cloths. I
collection. issue the state-

absolutely certain that subtracted.The even a .dime ment In its was preceding made that one of the reasons tion Maine during and New the Hampshire same decade did. that Tutting a SpecialtFits \ I Sold by KNIGHT & LANG, Ocala Flo/

has been criminally! for the low prices was the in- fT1lr.il1TP"! i ,
By a l11om.>nt's study of the census
is] en-
Standard Oil Company creased supply. In this, at least the You see these words on nearly every that drives
crude I figures as printed in this pro-liquor ---- -- --- wagon by your
gaged in the business of buying Naval Stores Review has called in its J I door, and the same could be said of ,
it into a [. !pamphlet, it will be seen that while JJ(:.1 YKR dud MFUNERAL.1 t' uAi I Carriages Buggies and Harness. ;
cetroleum- and transforming Is figures.-Naval Stores Review. i' "dry" Maine and New Hampshire together ] There must be a reason for this-and there is-a good one: When we

usable product. It buys and sells. ......,..ri'4' :--.-' ..- ." ., j began doing business with the people of this
decreased less than 10,000 in .. .-.!: vicinity we decided to
for := .
the margin between the price paid Editor L'Engle of the TallahasseeSun I population, "wet" Virginia and New .. ,-....._ _r.-........ handle: only a .line of goods that would need no apology. The result ''

crude oil and the price at which than refined mentions the Ocala Banner as I Mexico decreased more than 370,000. ::.r" \,"il' J''. ,) I is apparent already. We reasoned that we could not afford to handle J 1 1I

oil sold greater or less of Florida that ; -;... ... .OJ.. I the Shears .
,;s not one of the newspapers I Comparing again, "dry" Maine and Sawbuck & Co.'s, or mail order house quality of goods, 1

': it would be if the company was he thinks is influenced by the rail- New Hampshire lost less than one : : I as we must do business with cur neighbors and net with customers a J

?. in exi>tenc> and its business competitivefirms was carried roads. This paper does not feel the I per cent. of their combined population, i 1 I thousand miles distant, .Our lines have been carefully selected. Our <

by a hundred what Editor JIJxiThLS :
( on least: offended by L'Eng.L'thinks whilewet" Virginia and New Mexico .
i
? No Cf''taintyThe o-ie can answer most this question that- about it. E.li'or L'Engle just lost more than twenty-two percent : ; I WHITE HICKORY FARlAND\, TURPEHT1HE

with loud for certain -" -
thinks this out ones of theirs r
can be said is that the margin of difference hear. He does not think it to hiiajj f..,-" t 'u'l ;;'(1,1-};; ut ('lIfti,- C 'n-kP'F UtGv 1S :
to I While I do not wish:: to put any I
crude ,
of .. .
between the price when he is by himself. Down .01 t I&rhl( Ollittl- : ; '\ :;:twit 1('
'lf or great stress exhibit of these' .
refine oil in 1S72. when sharp I upon an 'ilrt t1 f -el vi; t5.ErIbalming. I are built and sold on honor. We carry a full line of
and of his bean think
bottom 'h
in the in favor of
figures as an argument
fxisiecl. was 2,) cents a I to Order
competition quite: the contrary We do
he thinks | prohibition believing that other cans- I
A.oor.Hns? to the most Unfriendly t I E'JEiiYTIll\'lii\ IN VEHICLES! AND ACCESSORIES
gallon. tbin!: {that Editor L'Engle would ,. --- [
of not !: t'an! prohibition license were to I
of the department i 1-'
report six ever think: this oat loud were he not a greater extent rfion.iMo for thein .: 5 DRAWERDROP j 4 I We have HARNESS for the Florica mule as well as for the S1CCO I

commenv in 1"i"! it was there I K>-s has than been I I nii.v-1! u;> 'Aith! the state: printing couItract I; ctr.'a.ps population. I do wish to 1 1i MEAD tb- 11 driver. See us for anything in our lines and we assure you that we will t3

cents.substantial For tell increase years in the margiu which J ins left him in a state !.i t'mpba"izl' the fact that !little or no :: L I ---=- --\. ; i j|i strive to please you and "make good." Ycurs very truly, I

no lof mind to think most anything about I' reliance can bo placed upon the statements !i i
offiling 'I f'
the cost 'tir
that time ;
dnrin" I It
aVJiouph i I t!,,> ivhneJitrrs! of the state. It is !t made in thee unsigned pro-li- : EWiNG I KNIGHT & LAN
.1
has i
r ; and! .ra' !porting oil m'j I that this is so, bur it i NJo :. 1 1 1ili I
index number makers t unfortunate iquor pamphl-t>. with which our county -I, MACHINE! I'i1t J. __
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creasocl.Th j' :' never'1'eless. or at least we think i I. is being flooded. W. T. GARY. !I -- ...... ,
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!prices ) !: :: ----
Lsay that in tn > -ar* averse i l )1 --- :: -
f it is --O. This paper, as a matter of|i i Ocaa! Fla.. Oct. :29. lilt! fi7. !I
average of forge per ,i $5$75 L$1 ._. .. ._._ ,_ ___. __ _
an i ____ _
have gone UP perj j i fact, feels sorry for Editor I:Engle.It lj Ii l: I .
such i --- -
has been no | :
cent There j-j: -inilia' : '.. and Miprimolsorry j Manufactured in Ocala I Ii 1 ,
i John 1{. <
in the chaw ;: l.' jrrtnam \V. D. Graham :
of increase WITH OUR I ,
cental '. untcitered Do know that we
are making
theservice !I""" i i"t iij'1.! : a1) i you
Standard for 11J I Y"ar Warranty '
made made by the : \\n:1''! be able to i imea cement brick in Ocala which are superior o t' I
Perba.n! oil .;Qz ( j T'l 5 is a hijrh-i;'-ide. absolutely re'iable ma- I ( i"l. AAM It7HERS
it performs. II ,1' n.d things fairly, un- in lasting quality to any other Chre. swell front taole. :-_"1 jpe mt:<& .:reied. ----'-
cheaper to the consumer i I I II I ,':.binet .-male of sod! oak and hands,.ni-iy :
would have been Pft'JItWlu '.\ __n justly. This paper make of brick on the market, and we I i de-4 100. Each niaihire is carefully! adjuatea II I
been free compejtiTion. I fosse. Itha.-acemPktesetofatreswnes Marion County Abstract Company.
if/h-re had I I read.:; 1 ,
So it regrets extre::;-ly to see a young man j can sell them as cheap as other makes and attach rerts. This machine is substantially

bV it j is! not probable. j of -(1 !It'a brilliancy, industry and in large or small quantities. We also ;i I mads is l-Kf--runninsf. and absolutely guarantti ;
three !do and all kinds of i .
even : for 10 rears and w wI any siwinjr. -
may he tint rli'iMnr.of pro-. : so hampered and circumscribed -|r manufacture and have on hand hexagon ;.: You m,.:: try it.O ::ys, and if >..u di r.. Fire Insurance
be tired it to I tetter than $35.00 machine, neml .
hundred millions may conipatjb.ewith any
for everybody understands why blocks for paving purposes. i ii refuc ur ironey. I
the good of the consumer.New.York Editor L'Engle thinks the things he | We will!! be glad to answer all inquiries I Send tixav! f..r complete illustrated. : cats'-c., givfr on City Property. .-< farms end: Farro: Lends For Sole
I II ?*oi!; Globe. says out loud that he thinks. The I I and show samples.1 ; C Investments}

pretty in the % 0'inir man is supremely to be pitied. WOODMAR SAND ASTO "E CO. I Anderson Hardware Co. I MAGNOLIA ST. OCALA FLORIDA
always ,
is
A woman with P. O. Box 956. I Waretoase: Depository DecaturSt., Cor.:Moore: i iI 1 ._ .
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eyes r of a marl 'V'< >- in p :',' P. :! G:llnlt'r! :| 1Mtf Or th! Florida. I I Atlanta, Ca. I. --

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THAT "COMING OUT" CONVEN- NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor

TION AT OCALA ; 2,000 BUSHELS '
Creating a Special Tax Road District it

r Ocala Is an enterprising- town. It i il! Bancroft's fjust Proof at Cotton Plant for Everybody fr ,
I Notice is hereby given: that an elec- Educator
Crackers
once aspired to be the capital city. It j jI I tion is called and will be held at Cot

would I Oats ton Plant, Florida, at the usual voting --- -- --- "
-' looked once like the name I --- --
-: place, during the hours from 8 = -
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became the Brick i i Yield 50 to 100 per cent more ---- -- the practice
r. stick. Then It o'clock a. m., to sundown of engaged in
: I I than Texas or Natives, November 29. A. D. 1907 Dr Johnson was
Friday, d
it was the was"
Later
City of Florida. a
I I $1.00 BUSHEL for the purpose of creating a specialtax \Vhy Celled Educator: of 'dentistry forty.two years,
I a white
Phosphate Town. road district to be known as the showed the i11 effects of solve

Yet, in all its changing ambitions, ;i F. 0. B. Sacked. Cotton Plant special tax road district brought in contact daily with persons whose teeth This I Id him to
i i i The boundaries of the said road dis- mastication.
< it has held its own as one of the Eden Gem Cantaloupe Seed, trict to be as follows: foods and soft preparations which needed no the need/of betterupon ,

greatest convention towns in Florida. saved from melons grown spe- Commencing at the southeast corner doing all in his power to call the world's attention to I jcd ewing acJ0p- '.

noble cially for seed at Rocky Ford, of section 4. township 10, south of of the name EDUCATOR .
heard that brilliant, The significance ,
We once more thoroughly. \
range 20, east tb nce running northto ana is a guarantee
Colorado, and patent,,
son, John G. Reardon, say in welcoming I the southeast corner of section 4 tion as a trade mark, which is secured by copyright y
A POUNDEden township 15, south of range 20, east. sold under that namefood -
j( some gathering: "Ocala bids you $2,00 thence west to the southwest cornerof for: the purity and freshness of all foods

welcome. What you do not see, ask Watermelon Seed, saved r -
section 2, township 15, range 19 -
for. Ocala will go farther and sit up from center of the melons, at thence: south to the southwest cornerof -.- --....... -- .aw.k

later to get a convention than any suction :2. township 1 r.. south of !i
other town. We simply want them $1.00 A POUNDGrown range 19, east, thence east to pointof Educator Toasterette I Educator Wafer
beginning which territory com
get what we by me at Blackville, S. C. ,
all-and we generally prises sections 4. 5 and (C j of township unsweetened; ..
1 flavor, yet
The Only Cracker of Its Kind Ever Sweet in I I
go after. C. H MRTytsBLACKVILLE 16, south of range 20, east and sec I ,
Since the "peepul's" primary, thereIs tions 1 and 2 of township 1C, south of f Made in texture yet unshortened. ; I ti -
brittle
not so much opportunity for politi- S. C. range 19. east, and see Lions 7, S, 9. lG.1 Latest addition; to the EDUCATOR I I It
.. .. -- 17, 18. 19, 20, 21. 28, 29. 30. :31. 32::! and Whole Wheat
cal gatherings as in the former days, i Family. Entire Wheat Flour Wafer, A most fascinating
33 of township 15, south of Tall21'
oJ when the "convention," with its passes I state commerce Are you satisfied east. and sections 11, 12. 13 14, :2!>. :24:! 1 Buttered, Toasted and Salted. Possesses I Nothing like it for ocean .

proxies, puns and on-hangers was with what we now have? 25, 20 35 and 36 of township 15, southof a charm and fascination whol Cracker.

I Lastly-Are for or against range 19, east, to be known ns the I delicate and used. '
the thing. I you :. ly its own; deliciously travel. Once tried, always
Cotton Plant special tax road district I .
., Still, Ocala has held its own for I state-wide prohibition of the liquor crisp. .i
and to elect three road trustees to'vote f
.....,. -
.- barbecues and Fourth of July excur I traffic? Are you in favor of letting a on the millage to be assessed *rd '_-........,.,_..__ .,........ .- T ; -- ----
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sions. The people like Ocala. Ocala I few of the cities on the coast with saloons and collected for the next two years. I '

; likes to have the people go there. defeat the resolution of the leg- 111. JOHN L. EDWARDS,

Now, true to their history, they will islature, giving the people the rightto Chm. Board County Commissioner 1 rfruitd; Educator .-

On amendment to this end? '
have a "coming out" convention. vote on an ;
NOTICEOf
November 14th it will be pulled off- Unless all signs fail, Alabama, Mississippi k Made from EDUCATOR FLOUR, ,
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and the grafters will be there, the Tennessee, South Carolinaand Application for Leave to Sell Mi Creamery Butter and the finest selection

buzzards, to pull the boys. Editor Bit- North Carolina will by statute I nors' Lands I of Carabuna Raisins. As this

linger and Mr. Harris, the Nestor of prohibit the traffic the next session of grade of fruit is not used by any other
Notice is hereby given that on the the I
in the country,
mnaufacturer
the Florida press, do not always their legislatures. This is no tidal
7th day of November, A. D. 1907, I
-, agree, but they always meet at the I wave, but a slow, steady growth of will apply to Honorable] Joseph Bell Fruited EDUCATOR for richness in I

spout, where the shekels come out popular sentiment. The American county judge in and for Marion county flavor and cleanliness has no equal.A .

(or in) for Ocala. I Liquor Dealers' Association have a state of Florida. at his office in substantial dainty for luncheon, and i
Ocala. in said county, for an order authorizing j children.
healthful cracker for F
fund to all efforts at
great fight
do those editors want such an pro-
Why I me, as guardian of the minor -:
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; aggregation? Patriotism, you say.' hibition. The wet cities of Florida heirs of the estate of Charles E. w

send not but and Ball deceased, to sell at private sale .
True. Public spirit, another re only liquor money __ '- -
men to extend and fasten the curse the following property belonging to : I
True again. No doubt they c-kel
marks. said estate, to-wit: The southwest ; !
want to furnish the occasion and the Ii, the saloon on every county that quarter of northeast quarter of section I Goiden{ Cracker! Educator! fir cE, ,

place for the discharge of the long- I tries to vote them out. They use the 30, township 1C, south, range 21 l\

pent-up eloquence! and statesmanship venal negro vote to keep the saloons, east, excepting; a certain triangular [ftt Just the cracker for a hasty lunch : This is an unsweetened Graham

I with all their terrible concomitants.The piece of land described as h,'ginning i Cracker. The addition of a little
that will there make more than one I at a pot: at southeast corner of the eon. .A tissue builder and a flesh
candidate famous. There is another [ Christian people, through the An- first described tract thence north shortening renders it readily comminuted -

possible reason. Both of those patri- ti-Saloon League, are trying to destroy I four hundred feet (400 feet), thence former Its abundant food properties which makes it particularly a rr.

otic pencil-pushers have come out fora I I the saloon, and prevent Florida l west four hundred feet (400 feet), and pleasing flavor have made the ;
to' for children too to thoroughly
good young
thence in southeasterly direction
from becoming the of
refuge liquor
town and a dry county. Likewise
dry
I point of beginning; also all of the I II Golden Maize a very popular EDUCA- masticate a water cracker. It
men, driven out of adjoining states.
men, they know that the wet southeast quarter of the northeast

boys, in a few more months, will have The issue is squarely joined. On I quarter, section 19, township 1C. TOR. i is slightly laxative. I ;

to do like their wet brothers in Pa- which side are you? What will be south, range 21, east, lying on the
I south side of the public road, also the :, .
attitude and influence
latka-try another line of work. Someof your if elected?
north half of the southeast quarter of ;: .'
vendors have been to We are a poor village editor. We ;
those good the northeast quarter of section 30 '

the Star and the Banner. Their ads. are not the tool of any man or of township 1C, south, range 25, east I I I

have enabled the editors to buy new any interest. We are not committedto Said land belonoging to the estate of

coats at times, and they aided Brother -I any candidate. We shall vote for be the sold said for Charles the best K. Ball interest, deceased of said, to O. K. G ROC E R Y

Bittinger to go to the mountains. ; those we believe on the whole, will minor heirs.

It will be a nice thing to get a thirsty 1 do the best. Ours is only one Tote. This 2nd day of October, 1907.

crowd to town-to be for drainage. i Candidates and platforms being ANNIE V. BALL, Poe 174 CLeRK BROS. Prop. '
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1045t. Guardian. I ,
Anyhow, it will be a big time. The equal, we shall then vote for our

candidates are already trying their friend, on personal grounds-if h> is NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor

platforms. The mules in the lot and honest and capable.-Arcadia News. Ocala Florida
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the denizens of the woods and prairies __u ___ ___ __ _ Creating a Special Tax Road District .
at Martel
are standing transfixed by the NOTICEIn '- .
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eloquence of the candidate he rehearses --
as Notice Is hereby given that an election -

his piece. New mirrors have Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit is called and will be held at Mar- 9 Ii/'

been placed all around the bedroomsof Marion County, Florida.-In tel Marion county, Florida, at the usual said certificates shall be redeemed according -I I NOTICE ENCHANTMENTWritten
I Chancery voting place, during the hours to law tax deed will issue i l _
to let the statesmensee
some, so as
from 8 o'clock a. m., to sun down of thereon on the 2Sth day of October, ( for the Banner: ) c
themselves as others will see John D. Robertson Complainant, vs. i To All Whom it May Concern:
Friday, November 29, A. D. 1907 A. D. 1907.Witness. II I know a stretch of piney wood
: them at Ocala. Some of the big politicians Silver Springs and Western Rail for the purpose of creating a specialtax my official signature and I I Be it truly known this day. A D. Where jassimine vines ;:;

are already planning and road Company, a Corporation Under road district to be known as the seal this the 23rd day of September, October 22, 1907: To all law abidingand With entangle ..

promising to send their families off the Laws of the State of Flor Martel special tax road district. A. D. 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK, Christian citizens; to all nations; weet magnolias' bloomy hood ;
The boundaries of the said road Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla And Spanish moss a-dangle.
next summer. They are expecting to ida. to all secret societies, etc., that the :;
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district to be as follows: .
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handle the rolls and the dough bags for Whereas, it has been made to appear Beginning at the northeast cornerof dastardly false report now in circula- A ribbon strand of coarse white sand ,;

the ambitious citizens, who will need to the judge of the above styled section 31, township 15, range 21, ; NOTICE tion against Mr. Nobles (Croom, The roadway there expanding, fI

their help. court, in a certain cause therein thence north to northeast corner of Fla.) is entirely untrue, as I have Just wheel-rut wide, and on each sideA )

Now, it is very doubtful about this pending wherein John D. Robertson is section 30, thence east to southeast Of Application for Tar Deed Under: proven by a reliable source that Mr. wiregrass hedge is
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corner of section 21, thence north to standing.Out
'; scribe being able to spare the cash or complainant and Silver Springs and southeast corner of section 4, town- Section 8 of Chapter 4SS8, Lawsof Bryant Nobles is in every way a very

the time to attend. It is rather early, Western Railroad Company, a corpor- ship 15, range 21, thence west to the Florida respectable gentleman, and this false in the forest, fair, at rest, i .

according to our thinking, for the ation under the laws of the state of southwest corner of section 3, town- Notice is hereby given that F. A. report is only talked by people who A shallow lake is gleaming:

campaign. We* are very busy tryingto Florida, is defendant, that the officers ship 15, range 20, thence south to are enemies of my husband, and who A sylph treads on her lillied Clast \-1
Norton and P. A. Fort purchasers of
,
southwest corner of section 27, thence J
the DeSoto of said defendant corporation are I do not know While Cupid sleeps
keep News in sight of east to place of beginning, comprising what they are talking a-dreaming/
.
tax certificate 2354; dated the 7th
some of the best weeklies, whose excellence unknown, and it further appearingthat the following sections to-wit: 7, 8, 9, about, and I do object to anyone tak- 'Twas there .
I
is a weekly envy of our jour- the said above mentioned suitis 1C, 17 18, 19, 20, 21 and 30, all in day of August, A. D. 1899. have filed ing any further notice .of this false There heard the siren sing;

nalistic soul. Unlike the grafter, a suit in equity for a removal of a township 15. range 21 ; also sections said certificate in my office and have report, as it has been proven saw a mermaid's daughter; _J1
10, 11, 12. 13, 14, 15, 22 23, 24, 23, 20 entirelyfalse. 'Tis there the woodnymphs have : .
when we want to to such cloud from title. made application for tax deed to issuein Hoping this their
will
go places and 27, in township 15, range 20, to be final and fling, ti 1 .
c we have to pay our way. And, too I It is therefore ordered adjudged be known as the Martel special tax accordance with law. Said certifi- all citizens will believe me. I am And limkins :t:

our work is undone at home. I and decreed that the said defendant road district, and to elect three road cate embraces the following described Very respectfully, wade 'n the water !}

So, we venture a word of advice to Silver Springs and Western Railroad I trustees: to vote on the millage to be I property situated in Marion county. MRS. IDA B. NOBLES. And limkins wade 'n the water'DAN t
I assessed and collected for the next HAMILTON
the candidates who will be pushed I Company, a corporation under the I two years. JOHN L. EDWARDS, I I Florida to-wit: On south side of HUNNICUT.
.
into the limelight on that momentous I laws of the state of Florida, be and it Chm. Board County Commissioners. southwest quarter of southeast quar- NOTICE Out of

occasion. .Our advice may not be taken -, is hereby required to appear before 111. ter, section 24, township: 1C, south, "Out of sight, out Sight.of mind _
i is
and if followed it may prove not I the judge of the circuit court of the range 23, east 20.50 acres. The said All persons are forbidden to trade old saying which applies with an

the best We, however, know a few fifth judicial circuit of Florida. Marion :I NOTICEOf land being assessed at the date of the for any due bill given by me to W. L. force to a Sore or burn or wound special 1

.' things, and feel pretty certain of oth- county, on i Application for Tax Deed Under issuance of such certificate in the Smith until all claims on merchandise of any kind that has been healed with ';

ers. Monday, the 6th Day of January, A. Section: S of Chapter 4SS8, Laws names of McKinn and Bragg. Unless business of said Smith are settled. Bucklin's sight, out Arnica Salve It's out of
of
i
: We have at different times been D. 1908, of Florida said certificate shall be redeemed according JOHN PASTEUR, ence. Piles, too mind and out of exist-
the at the court house of the said countyto Notice is hereby given that J. W. 10-Hw. and chilbains disappear -
among Florida people. We have to law tax deed will issue Stanton, Fla. under its healing Influence.
Morrison, purchaser of tax certificateNo. Guaranteed -
seen them all the way from Pensaco- answer and defend the bill of complaint 194C, dated the 7th day of Au thereon on the :27th! day of November, 25 by TYdings & Co.., druggists.

la to Key West. We do not know all I in above styled cause. It is gust, A. D. 1899, and No. 5G5, dated A. D. 1907. NOTICE cents m
I
of them-and we are glad we do not further ordered that this order be 1 June 5, 1905, has filed said certificates Witness my official signature and State and county taxes for 1907 will Labor Organization
There published once each week for two consecutive in my office, and has made application -I be due on the 1st day of Novembernext of England'Tend
certain
are things that ought seal this the 23rd day of October, A. 4 ,
s for tax deed to issue in accord and tax books Toward Temperance T
not to be ignored by the candidates. months in some newspaper ance with law. Said certificates embrace D. 1907. S. T. SISTRU K. will be opened on The Home

Among these, we mention a few. published in Marion county, Florida, the following described property Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. that date for the payment of same.E. "The l labor Herald says: ..'

Dodge them if you dare. It is not immediately preceding said Cth day of I situated in Marion county, Florida, 1 25w By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C. L. CARNEY, good party in England is doing '

likely the people will find all the car. I January, A. D. 190S. I to-wit: East half of southeast quarterof 10-18-lmw. Tax Collector The five work for temperance reform .

dinal virtues in any man. They will At Chambers, Ocala, Florida, October i southwest quarter of section 4, STYLISH TURNOUT FOR SALE. in officials of the labor party

choose. How do stand H, 1907. W. BULLOCK.. township 1C, range 21, and north half Horse, harness and surry for sale Large Residence for Rent parliament are total abstainers. So
to
you as con- 10-lS-2mw:! Judge. I of northeast quarter of southwest | cheap, for cash and quality. The horseis The Allred House, near the Seaboard are also the chairman and
: tinuing the dredging operations, now I '! seven years old, large, gentle?! Air Line depot is for rent. Has of the trades secretary
union
being carried on by the trustees of i --- i I quarter of section C, township 15, sound and a good traveler in either 12 rooms and more than an acre of I I nine congress, twenty

the internal improvement fund What I, Administrator's Notice of Final Dis : rangs 21. harness or saddle gaits. A good j land. Rent $20 per month. Apply to furtr ]Ibor. numbers of parliament and

> will be ? i charge. The said lands bin? a-; s eed; at chance for someone to secure a good i David S. Woodrow, Holder Block I -thr' e general secretaries of
your policy I .
I I Notice is hereby given that on the the date of the issuance of such certificates family turnout. Horse will work any- I Ocala] Fla. 10-4-tf-w. traI1 s 1111i'JD The trend of
How do you stand, and what is your i Fernandez where. of S. M. Lummus at I the labor
in the of Enquire ,
19th day Of August A. D., 190, the name Tony !pare; s.! n? to Ilt
record in regard to continuing, with and Henry Reynolds Unless Banner office. 10-Itf Read Red Saunders. / .. away from the Iior !
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I'aftj
full undersigned Administrator of the estate I i (
powers the state railroad com
I of Henry T. Spooner, deceased -
.
mbsionhit is your record? I' will *J""t,?3330m.'e' "' '".'ex -sti _. .. .._-Vaaaa..'. .:ik.Y- --
i I present to the Hon. Joseph Bell. gs .
What policy will you, as a member "M nnHin IUBEtroufc'e.
of the board of !I I County Judge of Marion county, Florida I You nturaily: wouLlrfer, : : to treat yourself at home > -
pardons, pursue? If II for
now a member, what has been your!i;i my final account as administrator I ; ivou-'dnl' you ? \-i:i. it can D.e done. No reason, any form of female

policy? Is there no need of any reform -I I of said estate. be ablet..) re!:: Ie or cure v.-jr suffering as thousands why you shouldwomen not .t
Stanton, Florida, September 5, 1907 : : ,, nf
board?as to certain methods of that i HENRY G. SPOONER, done, by pre,-._:.; use of the C.-.S Home ; e-atment.. Begin by other.taking have

I As administrator of the estate of SSPi n 533 tt )
What will be your policy as go"erni i S3

or, in regard to raising revenue? Have Henry T. Spooner, deceased. 9-C-Cm tti (I c1 3y .

TreatiomeJ20 'WI. {j ... .......
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you any method of direct or indirect b fl.
For Sale-Dr, Marean's Liver Pills } : : Cardu
taxation? ; ... l'.f i t.r.(. \O t 4)i!
1 made from Dr. Marean's private for \ij Lt... V-rr'"" '
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regard to court practice? Is there! mula; have been 'ested for twenty-
no need and no practical plan to vvell-kno\vn\ femaie tonic. For sale at all
prevent five years; purely vegetable. Sent I drug stores; I

or reduce the delays of the law, postpaid on receipt of price. 25 cts. a ; Joe Moarhead. cf Archibald! I. T., vrites: "My wife had .7.
ment
especially after conviction, such as box. Address, i I II your advice! I gave her the Cardui Home Treatment,and now she.SS"3. : fn re male trouble. On

new trials, appeals, etc? I at ail." Sold
Mrs. Beatrice Marean, oe :0 : w11CC 71 by druggie
: If for congress, wtat is attitude i WRITE m ft LLhLh i' } n A3 r"te, :.oday f-af !ccpr of v3tuable. 6i- m L !
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your 16 East Belmont St. ycur st'rtoms, statln W Bok for Women. If I '
? you
toward federal control of j hssas: Lat Acxry: 1kpt., The I -ill be cent I; Jlee4 Mtdtp J
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THE TURPENTINE -
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MARKET
NOT I
BIg Drop In Common ON THE WAGON MOHIIITION lAND CITRUS OVERWHELMINGLY DRY 4d.,...,........ ............. .. ......... "'lIP'.. ..."...-. ......... ,....,.. .4L......... .. ..Ao............ ............... ........... v..'....v...... ..JA A'..."y At.v..
Roaln.Enorte
to Advance the > <
price of Turpentine Official Figure In the Recent Wet or
1. Failt-Fura That the Price Will Gen. Cllchri tars Ht Will Formu- Dry Election

Drop Lower late Hii Platform a' the' Ocala Inverness Fla.. Oct. 22, 19o7.

(\ott.-Tb following article ot the "Coming Out" C.nvwitlon The board of county commissioners!

condition or the turpentine market Gen. Albert W. Gilchrist of Punta met today, with the chairman and all KEATING &
is '
taken from the Savannah Week/ Naval 7rdaforD>er speaker of the house members present i
:
Stores Review, which the Industrial for representatives the and now candidate The board proceeded to canvass the I .
! Record of Jacksonville office of governor; of Florida votES cast at the election held: in this ,

;; longs to the Shotter inter86ti says) L.-- spent yesterday in the city and was county on the 19th instant to determine '

Office Weely Naval called on at the Aragon Hotel where whether or not the sale of intoxicating !
Stores Review' he had his headquarters, by number wines and beer shallbe
It Savannah a liquors,
Ga., Oct. 26, of
Efforts to maintain 1907 personal friends for there is no prohibited herein, and such Tote L WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
man in
turps this the state who
1 week is better known was found to be as follows:
w were as fruitless of definite! results than thft hG nt1"m..n from DeSoto." Against For

as at any time during the Naturally the fconfersation would Precinct Selling Selling t

months. The market past few turn to the candidacy of the general Citronelle. No. 1. . .20 4 I
I
hoisted from 51 3-4 to was 52 arbitrarily and what stand a* would take on nu- Crystal River, No. 2. 70 11liumosassa l Goals Florida }

1-2. but merous matters. AI1\' i.YII frank and No. 3 .. 12 16 I I ,
there the bulls I
l struck shoal water, ready to explain his position on any Ozello. No. 4. . 2 7

:, floundered In the mud of despair, ands Point Gen. Gilchrist did not hesitateto Lecanto, No. 5. . 21 11 I

t I" succumbing to the apparent inevitable express himself. Mannfleld, No. C. . 8 2 I I Orders Are Filled the Day They

J ceased their efforts and the In view of the prominence that has Stage Pond, No. 7. 15 2
market been
given the prohibition movementin Floral City No. 8. 48 2G
>|tti/ik back to its old
basis. Toward this state and the efforts that some New Hope No. 9. 5 2 Arrive

the close of the week there was an people are making to have this ques- Inverness, No. 10. 80 2 I!

even duller tone and further declines tion made a state issue in the next Duanellon, No. 11. !l

brought spirits to a quotation yesterday campaign for the governorship, a Fairmount, No. 12. I II RYE WHISKEY. CASE WHISKEY.Per .

" of steady at 51 1-4, with later TimesUnion reporter brought up the Fort Cooper No. 13. 4 4 Per Gallon. SPECIAL 4QT.OFFERS .
; I . . . .
Boiti
trading of 51 cents. subject while talking with the gen I Hernando No. 14. 9 13 Star Rye. $1.5 Qt
' Red Rock Rye 1.75
1 Efforts of parties presumably car- eral. Holder, No. 15. . 17 1 I Keystone 2.01i! IMle Me .f .7S
, rying high priced stocks to boost and The Prohibition Issue I! Belle Isle 2.50 1 King of Kentucky .S

sustain values seem inevitably doom- "The prohibition question is likelyto Total. . . 311 91 l Log Cabin Pride.. .. .. . 3.00'3.00'!! $',9f Strauss Uncle Joe lloyal.Reserve 1 1.0'1 a0Keating's

ed to failure this fall. A dozen efforts play an important part in Florida No election. Monogram 3.50 We will send, Old Maryland Rye 1 no
)- have politics, ," Uncle Joe :3.50Pilgrimage expressprepaid Old Harvest' Cora i ..
failed to more than lenda general said the reporter, 4.00 4 fall quarts of w I

feverish stimulus to the market and he then asked: "Do you intend to The Challenge Still Holds Good I Fern Hill 5.00 BALTIMORE j I; Cascade Pilgrimage. ... .. ... 1.f::i 1 t
for get on the Strauss' 76 5.00 RYE I .. ..1.
.
two or three days. Foreign anddomestic prohibition band wagon? Gaiter Fla., Oct. 23, 1907. I White Oak :::
n -
CORN WHISKEY. I Fern Hill lit
,
There .
consumers seem absolutely was no hesitation on GI'n.Gilchrist's To the Editor Ocala Banner: I Tennessee Corn ..... .. ..$1.50 FOR $3.:>0 Strauaa' '78 .60 t
1 indifferent to these tactics and refuse part in replying In answerto North Carolina Corn 1.75 old Oscar Pepper (not In tx ad). Lt: 1
to be frightened into the question, much to the interest As I have not seen any reply to i Statesville Corn 2.00. II We will send expressprepaid ,I Planters' I iu
rushing in .S0 4 full quarts of >
:the invitation 1 gave through your paper Mountain Corn Black and White >Scotch 2 of a little of the
for supplies because the market has group general"sfriends. Old Harvest Corn 3.001 ( ML Vernon ITS; i
Ho said I to meet any man in Marion county ROYAL
:
been f
GIN.
artificially
given
I of unusual activity. an appearance "Article 19 of the constitution of I in a discussion of the wet and dry i iI ) Swan Gin; . .. ... .. .. ...$1t.5xo5 RESERVE l! GIN. 1!;
I I failed to 1 Per Bottle i
that
the state of Florida provides for local issue, I now recollect Tom Gin !I QL
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On 1& I
page we reproduce a portionof option. State prohibition be I state which side I was on. It is the I! Holland Gin; 2.oo'i FOR$3 i.D0 London Dock Gin . .. .. .} .7i I IS
the report presented at the ann..a' can only Now if of the Goliahs Crown Gin 2.50Perfection :,. Tom Gin .. .. .. ... l Otl '
dry side. any Gin 3.00
accomplished through an amendment Holland Gin .
of the
convention, greatest consumersof to the constitution. This -! tor any other kind of "Hans" wish RUM. We will send 4 full qta. Phosphate Gin' .. ... ... ... t.to '
ti)-?ntine in the world. The represents I: to meet me and defend their side of New England Rum .$2.50 OLDHARVEST Booth Tom Gin . . . 1.50 !
statements made therein as to the I the great principle of initiative i Jamaica Rum ... ... ...3.08 : MALT WHISKEY.
I and referendum which was advocated I the question they have the priulege. CORN 1
BRANDY. I
rapid spread of substitutes for I
turpentine how ref Qt Bottle 1
I I do a -
that not
and the effect I by the populist party"To I 1 must say see Blackberry Brandy.. ... ... ...$1.50 The best goods to belDufTys ..
.
i on values of council conscientiously I Pure Malt . .$1 o) ,
this Southern product should be make himself srill clearer one f I city can OP-I' Apple Brandy 3.00 had for the money Bowman's .. . .. . . i.po
read a wet and dry election on ( Peach Brandy .. . ...3.00 !
this pose
.L subject. Gen. Gilchrist added: I SWEET GOODS.
with interest by all producers. In II WINE. i
The People Must Decide ground that we, as a county, are so FOR $6.00 Per Gal
1 this country as well as abroad substitutes I embarrassed that we need Catawaba Wine $1.50 Peach and Honey "a" Rode .|l.50
I "Constitutional amendments are ap-i financially Port Wine 1.50 We will send express Peach and Honey "aa" grade ... 200
I, are apparently continuaully undermining -J proved or vetoed by the people. The :the licenses. Is it possible that we Blackberry Wine 1.50 prepaid 4 full quarts of Rock and Rye "a" grade .. 1.s0
the market for pure spirits have come to the point hat we, asa Sherry Wine 1.50 Rock and Rye "aa" grade . 200
of turpentine. ,governor does not approve or veto,, } California Cognac :3.00 STRAUSS FAMOUS Orange Brandy . . . s.oo
J such measures. i I people, think it wise, even. from a Imported Port Wine; .*. 4.00 Banana Brandy .. .. . I.oo
I of Wine 4.00 76" RYE . . 3.00
!' "I live in the great county of De-:: financial standpoint to give a set Irnporifd Sherry Apricot Brandy "
Common rosins broke badly this I Soto. This is now a dry county. I :: men the exalted privilege of selling --- --- ii
week. Compared with Friday Octo : do harm and J
no
I, voted dry in that election. Heretofore I us something to us
;: ber IS, the quotation yesterday shower i! good whatever to the amount of from
for
i I have never taken any stand
net losses as follows: three hundred thousand dollars 8
to
two
state prohibition. :
III I, 27 1-2; T, 50; G, 52 1-2; F, 55; E, I "Answering your question: I do not i and for that exalted privilege Send for List

45; D, 4u; C-A, 35.I : i propose to get on too 'prohibition pay us a license of from ten to fifteen

: H. G. F. E and D are now at low- :'band wagon."' thousand dollars. Shall we for this

er prices that they have been at anytime i That Ocala Meeting :little sum, give men by our vote ati

this season as will be seen by I i the polls a right to sell other men
| This puts the general's position on :t
a casual study of the prices on pages something that is causing more t
: I this question fairly before the people. AAA AAANV\IVV\VWV
:1 13.1;:;. I i i deaths and bringing more suffering
.t. They know him, and know that when ,
I 'S I he attends the "coming out" meeting j i upon humanity than all tho wars, fam-I 11 1-

.1 The highest closing quotations for I;|of candidates at Ocala November 14.I i ines and pestilences since the 1

} any week of the season the previous I'I'I 'I he will be reAdy to meet any criticism I Jerico, or the pestilence in Egypt I ,

lowest prices this season, and the ,ittat may be made of the position he beg you, my friends, to be careful how : 1 :

, present (Friday's closing) quotationsmake I j takes on this question. j!you vote, and remember that If you
.
an interesting study. Here they I I As to his stand on other questions, j jt vote for saloons you are indirectly r. QSEANOMULEPit
I sponsible for all the suffering that if
are: !I I t Gen. Gilchrist will announce that in '
causing, and also ren-embi-r: ;
Highest Prtv. Low ..t Preen'G.ade :I his Ocala address. j i:I they are '
I
I this 5 ;';;.D. ths: sca"OD. Prices. After spending the day here, Gen. that it is no worse to keep a saloon I !

I.. . 5.40 4.50 4..10 Gilchrist left last night for South:. than to vote for one. So if it i is too 'M

H.. . 5.10 4,4S 4.15 I,'Florida He will visit; several places I' disgraceful a business for you to engages I iJii

G. . .. 5.00 4.30 4.05 I IF. I in the state before returning to his '' in how can you conscientiouslyvote I I I

. 4.95 4.25 t.OO!j'borne in Punta Gorda.-Times-Union,'; for it? Surely you cannot if you j SAL I'
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E. . 4.75 4.29 3.95 II I I i Oct. :23. I will think of the great suffering that j
D. 4.0 3.95 3.90. ; it is bringing upon the poor women Ii | .

A-C at 3.90 are again within five !I PRoHiBITION AND BRYAN i i and precious children, and men and i i 1 1

centV.of their lowest price for the sea i I boys, and how many it is sweeping I {

son.,/., j i A Florida Man! Gives the Democratsa down to a drunkard's hell. I my farm in Anthony, Florida, on Thursday, j
Further drops in values produced amore Suggestion I Public opinion, most all over the

trading toward the close. i Editor Horning ws-\Iy: atten-i land is sweeping the barrooms from I I I.
active November 7 1907 beginning at 1 o'clock P. M .
It is not improbable that the strenuous tion has just been called to your editorial I our country, and, by God's help in a : ,
with last 'Morning :few weeks, old Marion too will\ j
in the North in more
4, the financial resulting I time effect on the moneyed ;: News. Yes I suggest that if the democratic be on the dry list. Just think of Cit-' I will sell the following stock;

''. f centres throughout the country has I I party wishes to win in the rus county, in the election just clos- .

responsible in a large degree I; next national campaign it would be ;i,ed, only casting about fifty wet votes
been .
financial condi wise to declare for national prohibi-j j I in the whole county. If the people broke
While of well
and
for the drop. Five horses mares good size
been out of, it ashamed :
tions remain in so unsettled a state tie!:. No party, having there wanted wet, they were -
that long as it has been has ever to vote that way and so we expectit
as :
It is more than to be expected power I..I
manufacturers who are large consumers i gone; into power, save; on a moral is to be in old Marion. j i iI and sound suitable for farm work and will drive

con- sue. The question is now widely dis Very respectfully.GEO. :
a very I
servative of rosins policy will in pursue buying supplies of cussed. Every Southern state is head-:I 0. TURNER. well on Sundays, Five head of three or four

all kinds. Banks are inclined to limit ed that way. You ask: "In what ,' P. S.-Am not ashamed to sign my Ef

Northern state would a prohibition name, as was "Tax Payer." i i
loans at this time for all purposes oldwell broke horses and mares saddle bred !
for
business must be conducted plank help Mr. Bryan, taking it : year ,
and legitimate that he is the choice of the I II Florida Also Will Go Dry i
within as granted
narrow. temporarily limits as conditions at least will per party?" I answer in addition to the "Are you going to Alabama or Tennessee but good anywhere. Two pairs of drivers, well t

given to two you mention, Kansas and Iowa when the prohibition bill goes

mit. No assistance or expansions is being of old there is Indiana, with a prohibition i into effect?" a well known whisk.'y matched in color size and gait well broke and I
new etyrprises
find cold comfort governor, Ohio and Pennsylvania dealer of Atlanta, Ga., was asked tie ,

t'r on'ii,when and speculators they seek or carry cash their to extend existing -' elected were anti-liquor governors traffic because men, over they the i I other"No.day." he responded. "What's the : sound, 4 years old l

- their operations I republicen nominees, and tbe ques- I use of stopping that close! to Georgia: ':
.
burdens.It : tion is discussed in almost every : when you'll have to move again about ; l

i; state in the Union. The sentimentis 1!the time your business got start.'d.I
has been rumored that the naval Flor- intensely strong. )!r. Bryan and They are all going dry in a few \tars.Anybody These horses have just arrived from Missouri t
on
ida banks have called loans much alike in their can see that. No, thanks I
Roosevelt are :
stores considerably what of late.further It extent re-- ,':policies Mr. so far and Mr. Roosevelt is : won't stop in Alabama nor Tennessee.It's ': where they were }purchased\ direct from the farm- :

mains to be seen to the choice of thousands of the demo-. Baltimore for min."

the speculative element naval stores can take industry -1:: 'I'r..t-U'. in the South. Should he.accept ers. Come and see them. You can be suited.Seven I,

care of itself. The and I for the third term and Mr. Bryan be I II ti Hard Times in Kansas. I
to look more The old days of grasshoppers and !
is compelled leader of the .democratic party,
t for the finances required I the : drouth are almost forgotten in the I j
Savannah old
more to the same

for the movement the of only its mar-out I issues the two in parties their platforms having I do not believe ,.a prosperous citizen of Kansas Codell of, Earl today Shamburg.; although head good work mules, been worked in

-\lit. This is practically I that Mr. Bryan stands a ghost has not yet forgotten a hard time he i

' 1.and'kt't wan the Iractical banking facilities removal adequate of headquarters -I of a show of getting tried to it the twice White and ... encountered.oat and discouraged He says: by"I was coughing worn I I Elorida about a year. Eight or ten head of good ;9.1
He has :
to Savannah ( House. night and clay and could find no relief -
from Jacksonville been Jams'I. seems determined to try for it azain.. till I tried Dr. King's New Discovery. -I Florida horses and mares. J JI
of houses that have showed I i He is not :lIY choice and never has ; It took less than: one bottle I young

4 business at the former market I been but if h..' can get the nomina- to completely cure mt>." The safe- :I j
that this is more appreciated noW declare est and most reliable cough and cold ,
than three years ago While tion of lib partyand that party '' cure and lung and throat healer ever : There will also be offered for sale at the same time a few shorthorn calves and yearlings.
two or for prohibition! I barea onto
the t* discovered. Guaranteed by Tydings .
amply supplied with money. believe that he will be supported & Co.'s drug store. 50c and $1.00.( {) Tri i .
vannah hanks are conservatively inclined man tf I bv the anti-saloon element throu h- al bottle free. m i !Mr. J. C. Howell will have on exhibition at this sale his elegant black stallion, bought in

aged. a.i. have never been movements out the land. If there is no additional j i Missouri.I .

materially assist speculative I I i issue brought into the campaign, 'that no man can take his place and ,I a

Roosevelt,nd Mr. Bryan are succeed in carrying to a finish present '
This (Saturday a. m. at 10 oVlocl firn1;,:, the and Mr.candidates. I do not believe we prospects So well as he. It is not I Remember the time and place, Anthony, Fla. Thursday, November 7, 1907 /<

spirits posted firm at 51. Rosins can better ourselves by electing Mr. !' Florida but the nation that is being

W \V. $U.3V G, $;).';5-$:;; X. 55-25 Some of us consider Mr. aroused against the evils of thre liquor -

45; M, $i.S3; ; K, $1.79: I.$3.754.00$t.3o-tO- ":; Bryan.Roosevelt the right man in the right I t1'3.ffic.-R. V. Atkisson, ia Sa- E L HOWELL.

3904.15; G. 03.SO-4.03: ; with existing conditions, and l vannah Newt
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I yoa eco tloof wtti ne HI gar ntte j Vl'.j,' MJS L and theo ay eaaI ; 6 5 they wvw. 1 rt'eSed for tb* 1fekr I ps.rl: et.rCt'Y lIt.\t t'-J ,to.

:. iI i if vas t lIe y roey. U any tana i,I George Washiagtoa Wool rcre ap- g*2sc aid took s ulat at' ru : .ny' W-t: I

I reach you ft wCl be; after one of the Yon tie he was kind of lotwsonie cat th -s. Ttwre was DO harm la that. the di't.C-i.t\I..r sf the -'k.'w i :'

Htellut Gc;.ea 4j the hiat&ry o! :bio I there at f rt, and we t..:* to caKhxhln far: tby c"t Wo,1 t eland: yawn i hk: tae tbtJ .lerk'y :"-'f
I Anhectae. ha h>vice
I territory.' Joey :-. (hoer: hini cp and mat j folks.: O& look at heir facYe \io and unote ; iI
I I "At tits she iacght t"1. 'Very .ell.,' his! feel at home: I say' tl.Up.re *ere three .,f us ta la tb:* (& nt r' \k. for not I
tuntln: her,
f Red Saunders eays ehe, TH! chance It. Mr. Rc-f: II 'Oh,' says she. And I reckonii4ia't i sh the bell ;-"n-&x> and tt .ad aver 4 TineO. bLIn unrht'li nl1" I '
v
"'l1 tin* aic't Ufei' f4its in I>ar- feel K) born ) ;y awful slm: It. Sc'.th'aavi rrvaf. We'd t>roua t u,' rtwt **S7-' I,

f ragh, &o> e=:;r.. 'HU: uice's SaciirrwWe : for after lo-kin; striljht toward the a herd: of calves: from Nab: ';'$ ranch. _. \'W' Zoe a brick. Y ; -

t By'it i! I call: his Red because cf hi- L.:lr: gulf of '{et: '.C'O for a mlaate e sniieiiljshe : -nd 7e were taking it e.vy. 'Boys.' tt 1. t(>e.J.ft'l.k'>\\ atw: : stns Ky! I II I

HENRY WALLACE PHILLIPS. : I Tm sure 1 I"? your parioa. Kiy+ IfZfi r.Al oat ant hoIlere I: ay I uadt-r my breath they've ma't'qaye ..:'nc the !:md ,1' rye. I
I Miss In;s. e.U of a Ct:Fter.I I S* =S that Jon -s cst: a great deo! ?,' Thv i
j jtfr.4
.' rihi 112"D.No tt.'z.: : '. aad thahal eyeryh'I -
: That's a: ;;r. &s to a s' it* when he wu bat: \ the: : i
f' (h )Ti.ct.t.1'" ...h.PLL': ;6& ( a=e tfjL at all.: : says! 1. 'It's r??: r"fr I hose !a hi? ova street l's artonlsh- : to take a i-cli at tV rL, es. iCoatiaued tYe..;> ....---.--

me to try to cereal' the fact ths: j m: bow ht ,e of a CISL it takes to do 'W t u' I'm t:lt1.' says S.rltay.c ant' I Isr !

.y hair is E Httk on the ...c'lurc. Yo:: that ia the E3S:. We had an arjniuen* W, hectcuis If that: old hardstus:> :, : Tot
..
I :'_:1?::l't clad what Darrs:h sarj ?. race: oa the subject 'Irs Intellect: doe* ice ihla't shale"Thev two of a* N .v..

i j W d.e had a ?ood deal of hot w Bathe it. ays Silver Tompkins. "Oh, that ak ki.is as you'd find In ir.ar.x :.

l t (Continued fro lalast: week) :' lately and his brs have z :,., it. ei':' says' Wind Ri.-er Smith. n"e:'.. : -r.. day: says be. 'And I wish 'ei.-: 3

wroo:. Nor Lop In anti we J toL i I" I'm ;:ad In not troubled that way a*.! the luck; In the world.' ,
.. the breeze.' So I piled her truuk i:. h .. tad I '.Iy: thn! .
?*" wys Kyle Lambert, "Uiarsy I I I'd rather have a f.-rty-four chest thana .. ?. io L' says L rv
i1.: t >n misfit expect; Tour sins have and away we fiewBud So S head any day you can find In the \r.i a:e c found out' and Dandy were a corn.! ::.g i JT the almanac.' And I'm with Smith: t J sLc Jane, ,
you
':\". they air.'t; they've carght me tie tea.i They'd run the v'h ,.? C- This knowing so much it makes yon ., '51-n! Wo at he slxzT says: IV.Vad :' Ii

zt borne as osual' says LWell., I'llgive I tau.'e fags tLe railway to the ra. -.{'i.if i sick aIn't any better than being <;;.) i you can't blame as old o"!;?v': iwe '
vou'.! :..t '*-r>-ar..1 I rvf- .* although i.
that eastern blossom an idea of 'healthy! you don't know nothing besides had a laugh at that :

the quality of this country anyhow' being square miles less fan. Aother -.' I: wad >uch! a powerful serious matter f-

So I v.es i..y-f! up la the awfulle +" i thing about the eastern folks 1hey're ;, the :y(rdng:er!. \.
rig I coj': c;'l: strapped two ca'trMge i : so sot In their views, and I: Lt's go oat and meet 'em' says 1.1,1 IJ

belts to me. e'-ery hf.lf- filled aa.l agun ; don't matter to them whether: tL .\. dray v"e went Toey wereu'i r

in every h{,}loter; pot 'andl* ffrea,.*- i facts bear out their ldees or not ;'-.-:cle! 5U-pn.,. ,i. I suppose :'',.-' r sI

on my mustache! and twisted the en-l- 'Here, take a cistir,' says one (>* :h,,;-'ht the \ !:ode; universe had >:-5ii: I: L NLr4Ej1vl I II

up to my eye winkers: stuck a knife: } ..'acf4f'k the board or director to me-a iitt. ped to lc-_'" '. j. We poir.p hand.ol;

in lay butbuud and another in my boot: : fat old man who had to draw in fbreath' ,. away a:-d ::.':c'aL and Loys> *L.> I I I II
threw a shotgun and a rife in the : ; : before he coaid cross his t'g-! '.ir.'Lii kind .if teary: aud Kyie b. I I

buckboard and pulled out quick i i ftp f / ; 4 Mi them cigarettes 11 ruin your h at.1. .oserl red ia the face and proud an-1: l 4 is the Best

through the oil pens before Jo es.r ; { 'says: be. Mind you, he was a.wa: ha;-i"' and .v=inied of hinjjelf. an 't' I I 1- !
A
could ;get hb loef'PS oa to me. : c kkk1l; and r-, iring about his liver <.: !I'.w, e :';:I fet :<>-'"ene'l ap oonskieri u..<', f 0 All : ;

"Well. sir. I was jarred witless! wl"'n GIs stuiaraick or some of his works. I':.. but I Void hi:., "- the i>iot. Take th.t' i I f

I laid my eyes on that young woman a little over six foot three in my t->..:- ;, f,)->l ::rn off scar face uule; you want :! I .:

.t I'+l had my mind made up so thor.n!l las / n when I stand up straight and I stood IL-::': Jones to drop the moment be market. Some '! :..,
tI whiskies the
-- to what she must he that the fact= u;. straight as the Lord would let m<- : i-et-; .' t.y ,'1-' There are many: m.il order on

knocked me cold. She was the sweetest and gazed down at that little man. .,-.;'. they 0:1had: three days left jrood-
handsomest, healthiest fezes.-: T'ardner; says I. 'I was raised on 1 'j art an action oa them, as that wa Uiers; who make :a !specialty and a study of medicinal whiskies. : ;,

:: ever s,ee. It would make you t, le: \'(' !- + '; -isareues. When I was two years'oil the tirse set f,>r Loys to go back i:* : <"'

fairy stories again; Just to lock at b- tI I ased to haw a pull at the bottirI : wcge.Next, Afro is i the n'-me we have ghen our high-grade corn or rye .' .

Khe was all the things aIDl <. \"<-r I and then my cigarette to aM dIg tLIJl s day they held a council kLml ?- made IT the -Primitive Method," and especially recommended :
whisker
wanted in t'lis world rolled .... :*i :' i It may t* conceit on my part,' I >aj'.-.. tb' l-ig barn, aal they called ri : and specialists for invalids
prescribed by physicians
and
prize package. Tall. rou.d a' /" I'\ 'but I'd rather I* a wreck like .l'.' : L'n.e: le-therwise known as E'jEfl !! .>

limber and ringy in her wl:' '. : :' I than a prize fighter like you.' They'reI Blunders or Ch:>rua Seethe ? R>-'. and convalescents. ..

thoroughbred: and with sun.rttli;'': L. :. II I I queer. You'd think that that little fat tich means 'Bad :Il",art R'-
et yet kind of daring; in her face .::i i! man would have noticed the difference ::nsraarre and doesn't ezp::'.in me b;: a

.would! remind you of a good, h'n'-: without my Dinting it out to h.m, burn .:-ght-to get the lienent: of h'vaJib.e :::- Atro Rye or Com is Express Prepaid (

boy. Red, white and black were t.t! ""e "., I don't have to mention tilt' : adnce. Lines V',
i Southern Express
colors she fiew. Hair and eyes black! u ,t : lAys trrfctl things up coasikip
cheeks and lips red and the rest of 1 : around the rhanta See-"hee: arid v': .1:. get married aud c<:'ae back and te'.iJocesT :

her whitlow. there's a pile of dif: .1 ity. Gee: What a diving Into wan:.*." about it. It's a peky si':;'::

ference ia them colors; when you say : gans: ji-.i a fe:{-htsg out of 2.",' stmnser arcuru nt to t2ll him what Four Full Quarts 83.40
'red for instance you ala't .cleaned rT \ \ i clothes! there was: And trading o' you have d.,:e C: ..!! what you're goia: : I 4
\ -
tip the subject by a sight My top I a-efa! coats and things for use.es-; !bntdecorating to do.'

i knot's red but that wasn't the color I ..J .up<
cf her ch ks.0; that was a coor: I 1'm..J... i ifered. things : And what a hair cutting an I They thought: it was sneaty.: ; i."

I never saw before nor slace. A rose A straight line and the k -e:. i whisker trimming: I So it Is.' says I. 'The first art of and i I
would look like toinater alongside cf I how to make agrand This whiskey possesses a rare and delicate aroma an
a Jump: tits c.e all right when I'm going ; "But Kyle was the man from the piia. war is understanding :
'ezn. Then too I've seen black eyes some: place, although I can loaf wltL And it was right it should be so sneak. If you d- n't want u) exquisite bouquet. It IN rich in nourishment and tissue building 'i iI

.o hard and shiny you could cut glass the next: can oa occas: : Soie; ; If ever two young: people were bora take my advice you can wait' That properties, and acceptable to weak and delicate stomachs.

I irtth 'em. And again that wasat her mL;srf l dost of the pulleys. I'Tie !i to mane trouble: fur each other it wa dida't hi: 'e::} just right eltaer. I I I Ij I

i tyle. The only way you could get a ;antes: were giicrtlng and pullj:! j Kyle! and L ys. "What will wv watt fcr7 hors: Kyle. ff r rI
cotton of what then eyes wee like i 'Esercl-*-aad the klod you w-oat j I
Ic? gra.s. the bockbfjenl l.>Gici :s i j "A nice ilfat fellow was KyiSothinz I "Ask the Revenue Officer"I
1 would be to look at 'e!:) you'd rtraem- r4d and as eeaElhle -
; behind Vm like a pcbb ball:! and we '! remarkable. you could cay take.ben you *ret as I I
i! bee 'em all right If did. Sec as You're taking It>agchances.
you were crowdirx Into the te ?t1 of the and that wa one of his tot j jtet3HowsoiDevw. aa oe
i like the good Lord wag kind cf care- which made It be had a head that troth of you; bet if s jest like
northwest wind stxsi Every shipment guaranteed to please and satisfy or more
less when he bunt Jonesy. but when <3s, dlgist &3 -.:;:ell put
t as IT we were traveling 100 per cent .; coald! do pan! thlaklna. a pair of playing c-ar yoa refunded
;, fie turned that girl oot be played better than a Dctcb clock woo''; :' ah xrklPrs that dfcrfotraijwj frivoiici all! your money on the first tars wIno promptly

aware with the famUy. ehow atrl h* wag as square a ;hoe of furniture : kwe, a* to try and toy eyst i.&y .
: -t ain't what might call a can doa't work in faro love affairs
Dor
you 'Grxtdrus gracious,* says the plrl I; as ever can out of a factor? t afl
theCs easily disturbed ta his! inh-ul. bet little education nor any other game of cbary-e
'do yoij always go like I this la this : More'n that he Lad quite a -
c .1 know I says to myself that Crist day. ('QCltry' And areat there any ro&lay !! l'a'\'oo hs money never g x Be gore Put your darker on the

t If I was ten year yocnger, young I' 'Why. no' SKTU I. 'Slker= and \ \I II more than ?oui natr.red kiad l. and rand raS In other words, take ti*' )
lady, they'd never lug bade east I first bore to town and taarriod I
you snapped the blackenake: wer the po Le cvid ride anything: that tad fir get
&&.' Gee man! There waa a time nes'! tare, and ty strung hem tvet' i I t toot : k: s, from savihor*; to old tijter Ten chances to or> Jotit'sy will: Lave the R. M. Rose CO.I I I

wfcen I'd have pulled the country up like a brace of coyotes. near!: I Buck, who wo-:.d kick your both feot.i laugh oa you bt-fure tV year is o-Jt.: .
by the roots but I'd have had that girl! f pulling the buckbnurd oat from tnfiercs. j I out of the aturrup8 and reach aroriad i' 'I don't think you are :a bit nice today .

1 notice I don't fall in love eo violent Societl2ie8 we travel like thli,' I and Ute you la the mal of the back :I Red.' says Lays.i '

AS the years roll on. I can squint my 'And as tor rofcda, I dtspbe' 'en. I IBarB. i i &o quick that the t.ysoold be pulling I i.I 'He's Jealous,' says Kyte."That's Jacksonville, Fla.

; r'e over the cards now and say, 'Yes You're not afraid are yon? I ha front boors out of your frame U? f what I am. yon; maa.'

: than a beautiful hand bat I reckon "Indeed I'm not I ClInk It's glo I II fore you'd realize that the canter bad says I. If I had ten veers o? cy

Td better stay oat,' and lay 'em down rious. Might I Irtw?'' t gca. Nice horse Buck. He like to shoulders and a Htt5 of the glow oScy Atlanta, Ga. Chattanooga, Tcnn,

without a sigh, whereas when I was 'If I can smoke,' Pays I. thea you I!:. eat Joueay up one morning btfor : hair I'd give you a rca for your

a young feller If I had three aces in can drive' I'd heard alit young wv I Silver and n> c-oud! pet to the corral alley that would leave you breathlessat

eight I'd raise the rest of the gathering men who'd ben light cp so tender .i Lord, the sound made my bloud run the wind up.'

rl Jbt out of their foot leather-or) get that tobacker smoke would; rcia: tbclr cold: Old Buck sfjufalin like a boar 'I think your hair is a beautiful!

ought at !it. Usually! I got caught at morals! or something, and I kind of pIg in a wolf trap, and Jonesy veillas. i color. Red' says Loys. "Many a wo Order from nearest point

;F it. for a man couldn't run the mint wondered If she was that sort. 'Help! : Mcrtl! IV.ice! : Even man would like to have It'

long with the kind of lack I have. That's a bargain.' says she protspt that did not cure Jones from sticking ;, .. "Of course they woclV I answered

i ""'t'I1, I was plumb disgusted withy 'But how you're going to light a cigar hia nose wbere It wasn't wanted : But they doa't pet it. Tra foxy. I

the fool way I'd rigged myself up, but In this wind I don't see.' I Why. once But thunder, it would am.' Still I was touched la a tender -i

fortunately for me, Dl1rra h. the station .. 'CiartUe.: says I. '.\nd If you take me a long while! to tell you all i I *i lOt That yoon woman k knew Just: -- '-- -. __,. ...- r ...-
Ulan came out with the girl! would kintl'y! hold my hat until I get I that hapj-ened to Joces. i i i the right thing to say by na'nr 1

There's lUildj. from your ranch now. one rolled! I'll take It kind of you' "One thins that didn't hurt Kyi! "Well what are you young folks groin*

ma'am.: says L(. and when he caught 'But what about the horses? says any in the campaign was that he was : to do? I asked them PHONE No. 13 2
idrfit of me'kit's the INnl? .l
matter .
she. most as good looking for a man as I "They decided that they'd think Itover R
!.re the Injnns up:' until next day but that turner}
she was for a woman. They made a .
'Put your foot on the lines and .o? '
"Uarragb) serious Irishman. I ( t
:; was a
they'll nake. That's the cab and pair to draw to. I tell you. loping over
mal that's the mournfulest: thin; 03 only art of driving on the prairie-not the prairie full of health and youngness i' Cyr (! U fOOD '
top of tb,' 1-tf)1! bc. and, besides! he be- EtESTALLS iJ
to let the lines ;get ender the ho : You wouldn't want to see a DJ
leved es'l
; anything you'd tell him. TherE'tin't rqtr
than made and
feet..11 the rest is just sit still prettier sight they you
1 : loorge in
any :; Washington strain
looU: at the scenery: ('ould see it at any time, for they i tb : l& :3
my stock, so 1 proceeded to get out of t1rr X1.11hk1'BEST :
I
Here together whenever it was possi-
trouble. "She held my hat for a windbreak ,
and I ble. Loys was so happy it made jon ei FLORIDA
got
my paper pipe together; AND
They ain't exactlSl"i I. 'hut
up .
:s And then-not a match: I iearchec feel like a boy again! to see her. She TI WESTERN'f
It lookt'd as if they were a leetle on the t
told me ia private that it was wonderful : __) tN -
Not luclfer. That L
every pocket. a < '
else. and beta: ;; as I had a lady to look Beef
of what I for how the air out here agreed: with Park Mutton Lamb
out The for. I thought: I'd play safe.' and more changing: my got clothes.being And fuauj theta: heand I said it was considered: i I! ), oid) Veal. r
rolor kind of went out of thegirl's
she think of box she mighty bracing and never let oa that
chest.. Ha..tern folks are tan happened to a ,
l13loui a'raid of Injuns. had for traveling; and fished it out oi they proclaimed their state of marl 1
'" her every time they looked at each other. ARMOUR'S
: 'Perhaps I'd better not start?' says grip. : I
she. 'Young lady,' I says 'Until it comesto I reckon old Smart Aleck Jocesy was t II I "Star" Hams and
i* your bad luck which I hop'won't the only party in the township wadidn't : Breakfast Bacon Vienna
1
'Den't you U !start, miss, says understand. used -I II Ie I ,
to
Kyle pot :
ever happen-to be much in ;
Ij
Durrach. 'Yo-'iv al! right as Ion? as very vinegar In his C')ee and things like j j Sausages
love with a man who won't play bat'kyou11 II Pigs' Feet &c. n
yon'rt""l1b ll ]-ht's the toughest ask "What11 ,
never properly know the : : that, aad if you'd him. j I ,
pangs
proposition w(> ,"t !got !la this! part of that fellow's name that runs the clothing j
of that's all the materialsto
a man got
the country. store in town? he'd come out of ; ,.
,
smoke with
the fire. if
** except Now RUSH DINNER
1. Tn ob'2oil!:: to you. Parra::b.' pays I have a chance to do as much for yousome his trance and say 'Yes' and smite !j! ORDERS OUR SPECIALTY.Let
He
meant well, but hell's full of very amiable to show that he thor- .
time I'm there.
then people. I'd hare! raven a raonth'a : I
"She laughed and crinkled! her ouehly; admitted you were right
wages for one lick at him. up us serve you. Remember
"Well, things went as smooth and our 'Phone
"I eves at me. 'All right Mr. Saundera. i number is 132
stopped' up to her. with my hat i until it tine
as bobsledding came
easy
ID myai !. 'Vis! .\ni-o.* : says I When that obdurate man dbdains me for Loys to be moseying back to J: Pure Food Market
(she teas Jonesv's sl;t.-- t hfldt 'if I'll" call for your help.: lese again. l.'I''I',i Hugo Russell Prop.
The place for the man that would ,
disdain you is an asylum: says 1'And !I ''The'n Kyle took me into his confi

Why Colds Are I the only help I'd rive you would i i fence I never. was less astonished: in "lied you're a hruk. 'fJlr" VIA lfifcUoic ,
Dangerous
be to put him there.: She blushed real; i iw my whole life and I didn't tell him \ / mice, bays: KyU. 4444444444444444444.......
Because 46.
you have contracted ordinary do ....
'Well what to
coMs and recovered from them <'t'I like to see a woman blush. so. are you going out to be too late for what must Kyle ee
I It's a trick they can't learn. about it? says I. do but chucked from his horse
without treatmnt of any kind do not I get a-.u
for a moment imagine that colds are I "But I see she was put out by my I "lie kind of groaned and shook bis ; have his leg broke near the hip. You Adding Hew t tantsiL

not dangerous. Every one knows I easy talk so I gave her a pat on the i head. 'I dunno.' says he. 'Do you I.,i don't want to take any love affair! I !

that pneumonia and chronic catarrh' back and says; 'Don't mind me little think she likes me. Red I felt like on to the back of a bad horse. now :}n'; 1 I]

hare their origin in a common cold. girl. We fellers see an eighteen carat j jwoiraa saying. ''''{!I. if you ain't mt all the ,I mark me: There was: no such thing; ,

Consumption is not caused by a cold I seldoiu that it goes to our I traits* but the long ears I miss my j i i as downing that boy when he was in We l

but the cold prepare the system for heads There \\ <\-n1 no offense meant guess: but I made allowances and !i his right mind. \ are constantly I adding ne.v :::
the reception and developement of it'' I 'W{?-I. about that I don't thinkI I accounts :
and you'll! be foolish if you put says : I "Xow, here was a hurrah! Loys. she : t
the genus that would not otherwise II there. Let's hake hands.' 1 ought to say aa. ihing. S:il.! if I bat i iasn't cry for fear of untie, and Kyle, j and our business is .
have found lodgment. It i is the I! increasing
same I !
"So she laughed again: and shook 11 only one e;'a :eft I could see plain I fie used the siafule&t language: known : at :
with al infectious diseases. Diphthe-! mean shook. it wasn't like banding that her E'tlu.-niun's finished. She '!Ol'! to the of 'Twus i:1 a
I tongue: man. the fiat very satisfactory I
via Ing scarlet cough are fever much measles more likely and WhOOP'1 you so much cold fish, the way some I' want" any tore cone!! ;?, that !girl don't. ,i time I'd ever heard him say anything; t rate. Possibly you also !

contracted when the child has a cold women !shake hands. And Loys and '] 'Think not? says be. bracing up much but he made it clear; that it : might be glad to
You will see from this that there is me, we were full pards from date. i And then by and by they went out to wash because te couldn't. : join us. ot o: :

more real danger lurking in a cold "1 made one more bad break on the 'I ride for Jonesy was rood to the girl. 'What will we do. Red? What win:! + ) I I :

than in any other of the common ail home trip. I'll say that for him. He was willingto : we do? says he. .
ments. The easiest and quickest do anything for her In reason, accordIng :
way I 'Jonesy will be powerful glad to :\0says I, 'don't bile over like '
to cure a cold is to take Cbamberlain's to his ves. But Kyle wasn't :1
See you, says I. that, l-efac e it's bad for your leg.'
Cough Remedy. The many remarkable 'Jone y 7 says she, surprised.Jonesy In them views; he was out of the picture "lIe cusi-ed the leg. COMMERCIAL BANK ;
cures effected by this remedy have
as far as husbands went "
? Oh. Is that what you call 'Go oa and tell me what we undo .
made it article of trade .
a staple overa "' ,
!'Ley came back at sunset, when '
Uncle
Albert? says he. +
large part of the world. For sale
t. by all druggists. Well, It does ieUi3&s happenthat the whole world was jfk sing red the "When you ask me that, yotffe +. OCALA FL6. II

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ON THE SEAGOING TRAINS-TO RUN SOON I,


& WET First Section of the All-Rail Rout to
AND
DRY QUESTION Havana to January be Opened In raer


Decries Becollgg 9p-cial to Ocala Banner:
) Excited j

cotes or IgtOluogt) Over the Letts Fightlgg '
the Issue Alogg was made l here today by representatives
Igtellectuol
cgd Dispas of Henry M. Flagler that
9 at. Lin- Is the
Real Article
Good Strong U. the ocf-an-going railroad. which he is

-- building from the Florida mainland !+I .
O''ala, Fla.. Oct. !t. 1907 to Key West will be opened to traffic ;
meth tae I-w An inferior weak flat imitation
To the Editor community. gingerale
I
Ocala Banner furthermore as far as Knight's Key, 100 miles
Having avow* : confer that I do not and cannot be- south of Miami on or about January will cause indigestion and constipa-

my all>glancE> to th, lie\'e a tOWn county or nation can 15, next and that steamers will bo ,' oe tin--ddeatinghevzrypurposeforwhit
anti-saloon side drink G R
of
the question now itself lnto properlt( nor do I put in operation from that point to. (4 RED ROCK GINGER ALE has become -
believe
agitated I
would regret Very much v.-e hue yet got to where Wt'must Havana. This decision to open the famous. cod

the fostering of any spirit have saloons to keep Up our road to traffic for the greater part of '
of intolerant schools The value of t
Purity and
.- on either sld*, and the and educate our children nor its course a year ahead of the time ;: Quality cannot
man that even be to strong! ur ed. Get RED
pay for v ROCK.
preach a man to the our Courthouse. Such set for its final completion is Mr !iFlagler' .
A
place REAL
that js an GINGER ALE, which stands out '
appeal amor.
paved with good intentions t because catch can surely not be made to reply to the reports that the i ; + a'.loth! r brands- foreign: and domestic-as the acme

he takes a drink as well as the nan the intelligent vote. I furthermore building of the road has been given ;: \ of health perfect.on: in combining purity, quality a&J
who writes notice satements 1t giving re&lllt".
, those that take the by the wet up.
anti- side
saUvjn side of the as to the terrible condition of 'The road has not been atari lone i:
controversy fa- this I Soil everywh(>. Urge a-d aaaa: ,
and that Ictwt*.
na/lcs! and fit tor state since it became i and there is no intention of abandoning
a lunatic asylum or 5c a glfeu! fivrj bott j*.
orasfcoriafa dry
with (convicts is as shown by the unsigned statements i it." said Vice President J. R Par: ca ,'

whose judgment should a man of the wet side. To me the rott who is in general chanj$ <"f the THE RED ROCK CO.
.not have
too fact r.
mu'b't>igbt in the serious that these states have been and construction. "On the contrary w- :A

issue.It questionat are now dry by the will wish and expect to have trains riinnintr: atr:' Jacksonville, Florida.

have given the matter considerable vote of their citizenship is self evident as Knight's Key with stHam.-hi;(>- ":
that these states are dry by the eraring between that flint ana l ha
thought ; I have read both ; .
sides majority vote of middle of Janaar-
the good and vana by'the :
of the question; I have advised progressive
with element for the general goodor Knight's Key which is to ::- r\,' a-
men who were formerly
on the "wet"eIde : by the irresponsible bad element the temporary terminus of the oc..an'

and are now livIng in "dry" for wrong, injury and misrule. I extension, is about two-thirds of the: :

1 towns; I have listened to some of our fer to believe the former and discred.it pre-- way from :Miami to Key West. The I A. BROWN &. BRO., Wholesale! Distributors, Ocala, Fla.

good friends on the wet side as th.'ychuckle the latter. opening of this section of the line to I

scoff! and ridicule our weakness |I That the wave that swept Georgia traffic does not mean however that -
to appeal to the I J. M: .. '. .
law ij.r
to save us ,i into the prohibition columns could only two-thirds of the work is completed a i -1. : \1'r: ,,

from ourselves and the curse of drink !jbe|I traded and controlled by fanatics Fully 80 per cent of the land the guHtot Mr aha! M.J 1: i p.
and as I listened I lan last k.
wt'
wondered if some I t and lunatics would from any other work between this point and Key
did not even require more personaland !j I source be an insult to the intelligence jWest is finished. Nor is it true that I Mr. G. W. Waters left Monday! !'. f

individual guardians; while others jof the twentieth century: as it is. my engineering difficulties have been i Gulf Hammock: to be gone a iw ITheONEPRICEI

are !so strong they are a law unto -|: such statements should be taken for encountered that will prevent the weeks.

themselves, but forget us, their j their value and considering seriously completion of the lower part of the JOHN PETER

weaker brothers. I am thoroughly- I the source. extension. Every engineering prob-

terested' : I have as much at stake ini!! Friends of the dry cause should h" lem connected with the building of NOTICEIn .

the uoral.. welfare of our city and i little disturbed by various and sundry the viaducts that will carry tbe line
Circuit Court Fifth Judicial! firf
county -as the average man and be- I unsigned statements and if any like over the open water sections on this cuit of Florida in and for Hari: m | CASH STORE !

lleve I am endowed with average in-I myself' get highly appreciated postals. portion of the route has been met and County-In Chancery. I

tellgence; this and no more, I claim. I evidences of incongeniality with a solved in building the part of the road Mrs. Frances Howse Koonce. Complainant !-
Mrs. Sarab A. 3
vs. Bishop
I have carefully noted the list asj i I class that is neither creditable to so- already finished. 0
THE NAME
IMPLIES
Henry C. Dean. Henry O'Neill. Jonathan THE W P y WE DO.
.vpublished of the gentlemen either !ciety "Most: of the material required for
l on wet or dry. they must consider VanHorn Frederick J g
side of the question; I have carefully I! themselves as evidences of despera- the completion of the ocean: line has Grant. George W. Mace and rrh'-r- | ,_ S

read all the arguments I have seen, : tion in a lost cause and they must not been delivered and paid for. It is not Defendants-Foreclosure of :Mort- W *

signed and unsigned (mostly the lat- ; be credited to the respectable and in- true that the cost of the road thus gage.It is hereby ordered that you SarahA. I IF you want to save money and at

ter) by the wet side; and. taking a1 1 tellteent element of the "*.>t side. far has greatly exceeded the estimates Bishop. appear to answer the bill | the same time buy goods that are
calm deliberate: view of the situation. Gentlemanly manufacturers\ of such as has been reported. The of complaint filed against you in |

I feel satisfied with my side of the statements and reports can start a road has been bnilt within the estimated I above stated cause on :$ up to the standard you should by all
Monday, the 4th day of November A. ,
question. I have read the articles thousand falsehoods in one day that cost and. while it is impossible D.
1907 flat
I I
ridiculing preachers preaching and will take truths months to run down. in work of this nature to practice allot the court house in Ocala, Floriila.! | means concentrate your trading at our

religion: the articles crediting our and unfortunately such statements. the economies possible in and that you, Henry. Dean, and you.

' side as being a bunch of fanatics irresponsible backed with dollars, will find papersto land construction the ordinal1'l Henry O'Neill! and you, Jonathan $! store. We can sell you everythingyou
the line is in nowise the financial VanHorn. and you. Frederick J. : f
beyond -
intolerant and non-tat- print them as duplex editors are
Grant and you George W. Mace, do j ] wear from Shoes to Hat.Ve Im
ability of Mr. Flasler. ,
,: paying, etc.. and taking the list as like duplex pumps; when steam gets each of you appear to answer the bill I i f,

published and giving due credit to into both ends of the cylinder at the" Too Key West extension of the exhibited against you in !said cause" on 3 also have a full line of Glassware

the wet side for their failure to pub same time stops( and leaves a barren: Florida East Coast Railroad. which Monday, the 2nd day of Decsmbsr: A. '' : m

lish the real moving spirits in the i (editorial grass plot ; the balance of Henry M. Flagler projected duringthe D. 1907, 1 9 Tinware and Crockery. 9
and that in default of your so doing: I.
controversy with them and on their the field (paper) being hired out to Spanish war for the purpose of a decree pro confesso will be entered': :* *
.
side art! I must confess I cannot see the highest bidder makes an interesting bripging Cuba into more direct con- against :you. Our rule is that satisfaction must go ii
nection with the United States, and It is further ordered that a of f
wherein they have the advantage they landscape; and our good copy ]
with
a, .1 claim! morally charitably intellects friends who wade through this field on which he has had an army of between this order be published once each every purchase or we will immediately *

t I ally or as taxpayers: : nor can I see should be excused if they imagine a.. three and four thousand menemployed : .veek for four consecutive weeks prior ';, refund full
You
November. 19+ purchase
for the to the rule day in nT. |S price.
two differs -
them- little "snake-bite" to their past years :
v how they can arrogate to necessary and for eight consecutive weeks prior
' '" pehvs superior knowledge of past safety and comfort. in many respects from any railroad ;o the rule day in December, 1907. in ':1 are assured of a square deal.

present or future insight into the requirements Respectfully: yonrs.GCO. ever before built. For more 1.e Ocala Banner: a weekly n"wspa- |
I than a hundred miles it per published at Ocala, in said Marion '
of the ('ouury.Ir our ini- i I MACKAY.: i runs prac Our
i I I I tically at sea, following the line of Done county and ordered Florida. this first day of .: stock is qew and up to date A

-. the Florida keys from the mainland October. 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK. I visit to our store will convince that
you
to Key West. AH of the machinery 104Stw. Clerk Circuit Court.

11 employed had to be mounted on float e it is
: THE "COMihG-OUT"I CONVENTION ing barges and the workmen were NOTICE a moneysaving place., m

,, '_ -------- -- -- ------ =__ _== housed in floating dormitories on ______ .S Every pair of Shoes sold by us goes out

Comment on Ocala's Coming Event. some sections of the work. All the Of Application for Tax: Deed InterSection 4
l. State Press 1 j supplies used were from with) the understanding that
. ..... __ __.____ ___ T ____.i transported 8 of Chapter 4S8s, Laws C some trust
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mainland and
a large fleet of vessels of Florida
} Ocala's Big Convention. I will throw light upon affairs of the was employed in the construction. Notice is hereby given that A. S. J .. be solid lertljer.Remembi .

.. ? Now that the proposition! of Editor II j I j state and be of interest and of educational The road is reported to have cost Wallace purchaser of tax certificateNo.
I
$
*' Harris of the Ocala! Banner warmly i)I value. nearly 100.000 a mile to build. It 589. dated the 5th day of June, r, that l bv trading at ;a cash,>
The : of the occasion (L e
i j i promoters ex- will shorten the journey from the A. D. 1905, has filed said certificate in
seconded by Editor Bittinger, of the I,Spect: a very large attendance. They I'nited States to Havana by from ten my office. and has made application C 2 store you save money, as they do( $

t Star. tu bold "coming-out con'-en- announce that the railroads will give to twelve hours and with the inauguration for tax deed to issue in accordant not have to make for the *
candidates for various special low rates and this will prove of ferries % up nopaycustomer.
tion" for the car from Key West with law. Said certificate emhrat'tithe !

t } offices has come to a focus and the I Ian inducement of a pronounced char to the Cuban capital when the road is following described property situated j! fe .

day fcas: been fixed by the Ocala boardof acter. In fact let us all make our arrangements completed it will establish an all-rail in Marion county, Florida. twit: : I cI

trade which body making will preparationsfor actively interest 14., and to take be part in Ocala in the on unusual November route between<< this country-.--and Cuba. I Southwest quarter of northeast quarter : -i COM : TO SEE US. IT WILL p 1Y YOU
itself in and southeast quarter of nor'n: f
the plan should be exercises and festivities that will ELECTRA ITEMS I section 33 : t
the occasion, west: quarter township: l"> --'
enthusiastically taken up by the press mark the real commencement of the11th south, range 21. east-80 acres Tie I j f 19O'A'

aud people of the state and the event political campaign in Florida.- Special Cor. Ocala Banner: aid land being assessed at the .Li i >.1 I H

wade one long to be remembered ;I Tampa Tribune.' The people of Electra and Moss:; of the issuance of such certific.r- (f O.PaC. STOREN

throughout Florida. It is quite a Bluff are anticipating a grand time at the name of Dan Nelson. Unle" -ad: J

unique conception and for that reason Ocala's "Coming Out" Convention the picnic and convention of the Far I cert:EOT..''' shall be redeemed a.,,"' .!r : 3*

if. for no other it will doubtless The "coming out" convention toi mers' Educational and Co-operative jug TO law. -ax deed will issue th ron ;

command attention and we believe, convene in Ocala November 14th next Union, next Saturday Nov. 2. We regret on the lth:: day Novembt! r _\ xt to 0. K GroceryA : :\. t\\\ t

result must satisfactorily. will be largely attended and great to learn that adverse circum- D. 19'J7.< |

the preparation is being made by the va- stances will of the ...
But apart from its originality, prevent one slJt'akerST Witness mv official: signature. nn i iI i
affair sLYald receive general support. rious committees to give all those Mr. Carlisle from attending: but I seat! rhi-; the 7th day of October. A

and Ocala should be the chief point who will be present a general good there will be others who will 'sptdUjot I jD. lf)"7. S. T. SISTRVXK.iCler : .

of attraction in the state, the mecca time. Ocala is the place to hold sucha the benefits of the union. i \ Cue1-,!! Court. Marion: Co.. Fla!: '- : h
It
toward which. a I newspaper men poli- meeting as it is centrally located: The dredge boat that is cleaning: uir -11-w.:> H. B. FOY. Jr., D. C. :

ticians and public-spirited citizens and is therefore easy to get to. and and straightening the river, bas broKen ., [ ) ILLIXI iI i\-

hhould turn on November 14, the date anyone who goes will have a good I down: but will soon be in operation ,, NOTICEOf
convention. Ocala's hospitality time. Some of the candidates are no again. -
of the
welt known to require any doubt feeling shaky as to what they I The new road to Lake Weir will; Api'.ica'ion: for Leave to Sell! MiA I -
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advertiins. Whoever attends will are to do and say and many will be I soon be open to tr:1\ d. We hope it nr..' Lands I .

feel sure of having a most enjoyable the slates made and unmade at that i will be made a hva! read. ast..' certainly Notice i is hereby! given that on the : :S: i iveh 1 known m thi* section, tV> "tore ha

he-ides hearing addresses that I \'o"ntion.-D-ade City Star. med onefg) the nrlroai. : nth dayof NVnbr, A. D. 19"7.i Iwill I

lime-- .--_._. -- .------.. -' ". I The ouug people ui this vicinity: :! apply to Honorable J. H. B jll. *\I always 1 : trrittl 1.: !alt; lar;::cMfv ..'k ( ,' M.l! ; !_

FLEMINGTON NOTES CANDLER CULLINGS enjoyed a most delightful social at vi,':nty j'n'e! in and i for Marion coun- ?

, I i! Mr. Joseph! S'ana.aml's. Friday night t;> statof Florida at his office in *?I very in ():a .. and ? hicarV ? t1I'I'i.! i.i .. 1\

pt'f'ia! Cor. Ooala Banner: I Special Cor. Ocala: Banner: '!'a week al1. and another at Mr G. W. Ocala.! in said county for an order
anL; far the .'tni -t we have had. \\
:: Kri look-
.(W are so'rx to hoar of the illnessof Uncle: Billy Snyder i U hack again Wafers' last Friday; iii'T.'! The music tiiorizing me. as guardian of the tvti t! I Iing It

she will from Indiana to speed! Thfmt!-r.: sa'.iu--. recitation aii'i i refreshments i iI i: nor heirs of the estate of Annie Irene 3Cam. for fall headwear
M-I M. c. dray.; Hope : the ladies will Und in
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1 take care of his groves hoe his fence I were thoroughly enjoyed by all. Some :: deceased: to sell at private sale i. I

' IL MM"! !he Stanton\\t-ll\ asMin.Mr Mouehlyn. of Jaek.on'iI' posts and Ixrir a pleasant: word with .of the young ten pronounced Mi",e 'following property belonging to i jad I I their own light if they fail: to i ill"'ptct" oui

I here tb'sMr. I everybody. 'oug live Uncle Billy.! (Agnes: Holly's birthday cake the best -. estate: to-wit: Commencing at a 1 !

!!. t ivliun.: .,' relatives Mr. Pa-kt from l.i'lla. Ohio, is1'tb-y had ever eaten.Mr. : ::mint! 10 chains north of the center of'i i line. Lady clerks in at'endance will, l takt .

w tt k I with us agan.:1! -; -y well pleased 1 Oliver Siull is off With the -ol- T J.r Alvarez grant in township 13.; F
b
J. I. Mathews returned" mo with !la'i \t.tars' licit tin: he dire boy a; Peu: acola. He says: they ;Mjutb of range 22. east thence north 'I pleasure in s>owiiiji; these: goods.en .
Mondaafter a week pleasant I spentwith and welcome. j i have coffee, bread and !' ;
comes ?gain. water three 15.2S chains, east 1't.so chains south 's v"S .
Lw.7
Jacksonville.Mr 1r n -
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relatives in I The wea'L'T! for the past two or times a day. As variety is said to be 15.:2j ('pain.W':r 10.80 chains to'' -

: B M. ?eruegs! is at home a.'ain. i i 1 i!l't't' weeks has simply! been lovely i iIV the spice or" lite we hope he may be point of b"'giinaiff.; containing 16.47 ; i
all! !.U! ( back to old Flemill; I Jo KLEI H
M.I to eel with iT is indeed < able to enjoy this without hurt- ,'i
:' I \\ .:-> ti1L! fault menu acr"' :s. more or l-ss
ton \\more.
once
I Ina-d to IIJ-! >ate. It see'ta to have partaken ing himself.: Saul:' .I hr'l e' aging to the estate of 1
Mr anti Mills! went ovt-i. SOUTH SIDE COURT HOtSE
Mr- H.
T. : of the spirit throughout the j i Mr. Frank Stapieion! and wife have the said Aiiitle Irene Cam decta-ed. S CCALA FLA.

to O.-ala! me day last week. I -it is very "dry.. i;i returned from Ohio where they were ; to be: sold for the best inter. -t i>f the':
country
S.ii:if of the eiris around here seem : 1 ". ':" Y_ __ ",----k., ______ .___. ________
i 1i visiting relatives and friends. They: said minor heir s. -- --- ....atn.11

to Hi f candy and sugar cane.E.1RLr. Mr. L. J. Knignt Sr., of Valdosta, !,I had a most delightful time and return !: This the Itth; iav "f Or'(.her, 197.i i -- T-......... ,_

BIKD. Ga., is visiting his sons in this city, i,much refreshed. 1n 1wl'ILi.TA\1! ;D <\\RN.
Banner Job
,:'"Ittall Red Saunders. and will be with us for several days. i I i I :Mr. and ilia. C. P. Piilans also list. t Guardian. I i Rooms for fine Printing


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Fish Season On and Heavy 4 .......$ .
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7jyo enrollment of tbe public ,t 4 m H. ++
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h 24 larger than for the same time I + .
last y.r. There being 22& pupil i, + .". .......... 1-t..t..' 1'r. ::c- -4I,--
now in tbe schools as against 2u5 at'' I 4 1 J 1T JF. ? ff: *> *3[ u: ipr f""t.: "' -, f} # { 4} I -...
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Mr. J. I.. Young has just completed | :._c--__ *. R.4; : 'IF ;---'::,",,':r """' -.a3..iMl..d"IT.r'7"' .w'__.........-.Q-_. --.__l.--- -# -- --- + .-. i .
a solid s 'a wall made of !x6 lumber,j I : .46J';
front of Too;::. j .
along the -n'irtriver E"k 4IJI ,
A. Edison's winter home. The wall. :; a

which is u'it 1'.'", yards from th- shore.!i 4 .ow 1S' s e to your i r.J' r.
Press.i
1161141 fwt lontf -Fort Myers j ji.
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\ The total orange and grapefruit j. ;.., -- .... ,f
shipment for the season up to lat '. ,jI ::El with I .... t -
I Sunday October IS, was :'W;; ; ; box i, 4 .--" ;.f
t I' lp to the same date last year was Cf :}J-- 4 +
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!:.:7", showing a decrease: up to date I I jI 4
I of 14.4HO. Only 800 boxes have been I ( :
shipped !since Sunday, all from upriver -' s iRed. Ginger e I*
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groves.-Fort Myers Press. ,
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AU pigs on the Long Key viaduct 4
i are now completed and are ready forth I : --
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"- concrete work. There are forty :"- Q
\F arches yet to be contsructed, and an I I ; eAnolrn : -
Increased force of men will be put to r 4 ; .
work to hurry the building of these. 4 + .4
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x, Shipments of cigars from Tampa I c. ** AND IN FACT EVERYTHING IN THE 4 4 ,
for the Wt..1f'njing October 12 were5.8S5. 4- 4 ... "
." ". Total shipments from Jan .
utryl to October 12 were lS,9"5.III/II.1 ::= : : '0)..,...... : :: .- )
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Inc Total prn s-hipnituts>d of last for year the wt-iv onrespoii'l-19S.21"-j' C@e.---- ..* G!R. ?v.-t;:!" 1 ,- E'fl.....tt...., r"L !!n I".IE .4 4 4 -.--4-.., ;":

*this H>. year The up increase to October in shipments U:, was .for".' c j +: : :.Y. Ii ; ft f" 4 4 ::

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11I.0lII" .

tare T. a J.fine Williams crop. of.and grapefruit. A. J. at Walker their I I .:E + New Stock Arriving Daily. Let us have your orE 4 4 4t 4 L

grove on Lake Hollingsworth. Thpnc t 4
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la act less than a thousand boxes on 4 -

tb* trees and the fruit is unusually : + ders. Prompt shipment guaranteed. 4
flue. An option has been taken by a 4 4
tijrr for this fruit at $..5t O a box in'bruarL3ke1and 4
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Information has reached us of a I 4 .
t monster rattlesnake! being killed on j FULL ASSORTMENT 4
: i WE ALWAYS CARRY
the plantation of J. M. Claridy. one 4
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day this week. The reptile measured --- 4
7 fen: 11 15.3 inches and a gorgeous I 4
button. Upon being cut open, two 4We
sonlrrels. and one rabbit, besides an 4 and + : '
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alt dance of other miscellaneousfowls : Cigars

-Jasper and News.farm products were found. t t ,

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j Romance and Chivalry Dead in Pennsylvania I 4 44 4 4 .. .''lI

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is something
Pennsylvania chivalry : 44
marvelous! The other day at Chester j 4 .
woman," finding .. .
a "beautiful young t -- i
I the world uncharitable and cheerless I ____ 4 -.I
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threw herself into the water by way I 4 4 .....
of putting a swift end to her sorrows. 4
Hut she hadn't calculated: on the chilliness !- I I recommend and handle
of the water. When the icy =E i
moisture began to "get next" she called 4 -411I
out lustily for somebody to pull her

i oat warm.and give Thomas! her a Donner drink of heard something: the I IIi

1 cries creature of the and beauteous pulled and her distressed out. She I I I Ralston Purina Feed ] I Iy

vru overwhelmed with gratitude and 1 I 4
could have fallen upon his neck and I >- 4
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Msaed him inclined even, and to either might marry way.have him Instead:been but persuaded hewtun't ht- I i far the best ground feed for stock on the market i ,


called a policeman and preferred a ....... .. ....... '
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charge" against the beauteous creature I r : tI'
f'f attempted suicide and she was taJwcn + :
to jail and locked up in her wet I Ir. ++ "

!r. -frock.)UamI8.Romance. is dead in that state.1 ::: :. I'I'4 1 J t.

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The Ttlghman Condition Powder -- --....
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with the well-known trade mark I -- .. 4 t -...
ffeown elsewhere in this issue, has 4 4
been famous in Florida for many I E 4 4 Just arrived shipment 200 dozen, assorted 4 4* ==
)< and excellent reputation and a knowledge 4 .
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of the standing of those who 4 Buy now, !'
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kit used them, we do not hesitateto E 4 4 -..
tl'.orougbht"ndorse" this purelv''! ...... 4 4 ---- '
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stock medicine to our readers. It i is i iF i ir 4 4
l not a food, but proven by test to he''I 4+ 4
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the best medicine on the market for' 4 .
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disease in stock of all kinds. Thi- 4t..+...444444444.444444444'4444444444444...' .......... .........................+..... ........ ..... 4 ::::
splendid preparation is for sale by -+++ ...........4
all retail druggists and is manufactured E :::
by Ackerman & Stewart of -
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Pabuka. one of Florida's largest and f
Yours for business .
more
most important wholesale drug! t>-

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Gen Wittich Succeeds Gen. Jewell -
After a s<'"ston of two days i1 I ,.
Florida lUiMon\ of United Conlede'--
ate Vet.-i..!>'; have adjourned to meet & I

next year at Tampa which was al- I BR9VJ7N BR009 ,
mot the unanimous choice for the c>:> -Q

next meeting place. ..... -31
I Brig. Gen. W. L. Wittich or Pena- .

.',.> cola was elected major general and '
will succeed General Jewell as com :,

mander. I j!' OCALA FLORIDA41
The re-union was largely attends'land ,
the veterans were delighted with I IreMaeo1a.
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