The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00454
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00454
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., 4444444444444.44.4444444644444.4.444444444G broken; j gowned in pale pink silk. Great Capital, $50,000
Rhyming tunefully our fond wishes ,i vases of exquisite pink and white roses

., For the Best Value .o Rather than clatter them like broken filled the double parlors with THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS B0NK;

I i dishes; their beauty and fragrance, and in
4o Indeed we are a very happy crowd, the delicious luncheon served after
Is making loans, in moderate amounts
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: Singing our wishes for you aloud, j the games the pink and white motif ,

t aloud. was again seen. Chicken salad, to regular! customers r

: |it I rolls, olives, coffee, cream and mints,
i Soon the little bark canoe, I
constituted the menu and was most 4...
i i n That they say should just hold two, attractively served.

i. OE OUR J | Will start down the stream of life, The special prize "to the brideelectwas T. T. MUNROE, President. ] .>!cr:" r .. ;

: : With John a husband, Louise a wife; a beautiful "bride's book," in Z. C. CHAMBLISS, Vice President.

\\l STATIONERYt .. I know you'll be a jolly sailor J i which will be kept all the records of A. E. GERIG. C *...*...

vi As the first mate of John H. Taylor. j the wedding and the festivities attendant -
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J 11 Dear Louise, it is my belief propriate gift and one that will bringi I MEETING OF THE CONFEDERATE I I >* t>oo .atte.......4.s4N.4
You'll never need this handkerchief VETERANSThe
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i great deal of pleasure to the recip I i
DrUgnSt ItijlUbiUnibc At present time or after years : I BIGGEST LINE

| ? To wipe away of sorrow's tears; I ient.Mr.. Frank Harris and Miss Clara regular monthly meeting of

., Monarch Cupid shall proudly ride ': the Confederate Veterans was held : OF
| : Jj i Gray won the two boobies, which
On the wings of a snow-white dove | '
} were very cleverly gotten up. at the council chamber Monday morn-
I Prescriptions Prepared Properly; : Proclaiming that a youthful bride j'
j Those who enjoyed this lovely par- ing at 11 o'clock.
Was fit to a Taylor-made love. 'I
ty were Miss Harris and Mr. Lloyd,
1\-. e ; The camp was called to order by
i 44.....4..41.+....44...t+.. .+...+....++.+*4.NN 1 A-l from Lloyd's in: Londontown, I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris Dr. and the commander.Rev. .

:::2.444....4....1NNN.64lt4b4.N..WbirDwlN4.44 i Is a mark of extremely high renown I Mrs. W. H. Powers, Mr. and Mrs. B.
.. ...... _. .. A. Weathers, Misses Valeta Potter Lillian R. V. Atkisson of the JHhu-
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| You get the best off the highest I 'Thagard, Clara Gray, Hattie Dye, dist Episcopal church, Souths was invited FOR
Miss Lutie Smith
Local and Personal to be Married
I [: shelf. Louise Harris and Christine Richards, to invoke the divine blessing.
The host of friend of Mr.
r Clarence i .1 Messrs. Thorns IL Harris, Frank Minutes were read and approved.The .

Sara En.*fctth, Harris, Local Editor.. I now Hitching in charge, formerly of the of this branch place of, but the Now flutter, while at it's your ashoweringI feet I I Crook Harris.and Jr.,B.Stephen K. Thrower Jewett, Jr., E. J. calling of the roll was dispensed -,I..l LADIES d AND D GENTLEMAN[ !

I Bank of Manatee at Sarasota, will be with, but the reporter of this paper -
M,i\'ir nark.dal.- the l'bOaipbate A very little packagei
more than pleased to learn of his ap- Marriage of .Miss Gamble .and Mr. noted the following members pres-i
t'It'1AI" among be biutaew visitors i Wrapped up and tied so neat; I
I proaching marriage to Miss Lutie Jones ent: Commander L. 31. Graham, Adjutant -
III U4'aa Tuesday. ; If you will but accept me
Smith, who is a most charming andj I I'll :Mr. Thomas Jones and Miss Lillie I E. T. Williams, Comrades W. !
prove a friend some day, I
l r V..J Mrs. H. O. Sfwaw and tbeirKtte.iAfr ; accomplished young lady of that Per if important business I Gamble, both of this city, were quietly L. Ditto, II. W. Long, T. D. Lancaster, I i

*. Ku.M.U, et Portland Me, place. The ceremony will occur on Calls Charlie quick away married Tuesday night at the homeof Joseph Shuford, D. A. Miller, J. L. d
wan in OcalaMr T..s. November 7, and will be a quiet home Beck, J. M. T. Christian: W. D. Emi- rf
I I Just turn to me for comfort, ..
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. !i .. ..
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affair only the immediate family and nisor, V. II. Seckinger, Ezekiah Seek \
I I As lovely shadows creep David Gamble. Rev. R. V.
Nit l ily."n WM in town Tues- la few near friends will be in attend- Atkisson i! inger, R. A. Kelsey, H. R. Shaw, F.I THE JEWELER. Ii.
Then raise me to your eyelids the that united j
U> and WM looking exceptionally I ance.-Bradentown Herald. ceremony W. Butch, W. Kilpatrick, C. C. Priest, i
j And weep your little weep. the destinies of these two young pea i i.......................... tI
trill. tie hM waved from Stanton to I Miss Smith formerly lived in Ocala i ij I J. H. Livingston, D. A. Smith, E. \\.1

....r.Wa. j I and was for many years a resident of i Had it not been for the timely appearance pie, which was witnessed by only the I McDonald Frank Harris. I II

Anthony. Her friends all over the f':' of delicious cream and cake immediate relatives and most inti- The adjutant read a detailed reportof I I with his!: loving and bereaved family

:. Dr. MM| Mm. 1>. M. Smith are at county'will learn with pleasure of her we fear that "cute," "sweet," "attrac- mate friends. The house was prettily I all moneys received and paid out i I I and his host of dpvotai friend
4 hate at ..... aft#< an absence of two ) I I! decorated, and after the pretty cere-
approaching marriage, and will wish L : live" and the remainder of the favorite by the camp since his election to office Resolved," That theM raetattNM to
' tirsatbs. Tb..y vlaitwl New York |her all the good things of life. adjectives would have been mony a lovely supper was enjoyed. in 1895, the names of those who published in our daily pA. *.fa aad a

ett,. Mala, rana.la and many other'' f worn out. The girlish young bride was very had never paid any dues since being copy be furnished the family.

.f ..t..g 14atwr and had a grand Miss Potter's Shower for Brides Elect As the "great lamp of day" burned lovely In her simple wedding gown. members of the camp and the names W. L. DITTO.
Miss Valeta Potter's She is an exceedingly attractive
Irtp. "handkerchief
\t low and amid a sure enough shower of those in arrears. FRANK HARRIS.H. ,
shower" for the two brides-elect Miss young girl, and her hosts of friends
On motion the report was referredto .
from the skies, the guests departed, W. LO.NU r
OB McHMlay night a little son was Louise Scott and Miss Sara Harris, rejoice with her in her happiness.Mr. .
the executive committee to ascertain
assuring the hostess of an afternoon Comrade Ditto Mat**! that Dr.
born to )Ir. ud Mm. Clifford Andersen on Saturday afternoon was a Jones is .the cashier of the H. I II
I very enjoyably spent and wishing the two I and strike from the list those Walkup was a number of this Nth
at the borne of Mrs. Anderson'sparrots I love'ij prenuptial affair. Miss Potter I B. Masters Company and is a young I
brides all happiness in their married who had died or rroved away, and report North Carolina rridawBt. hieh wen
Major aDd Mrs. U T. lilar. will man possessed of virtues and
be one of the bridesmaids at many
I lives. the same to tne camp at the next the greatest renown of any wrf&wflt
Too HUto 10 i la tbelr second MHI and I, both of these weddings and her manly traits, and his friends are I II I meeting.
I In Confederate army: that he
U a ... .. I j guests on Saturday included the wishing joy
only Miss Weathers' Party for Mr. Lloyd congratu-1 The following named comrades lost an arm while! Utadiag U4 raiment
iS I,'unmarried friends of the lating him on his good I
hostess and
to meet with the
l and Miss Harris were appointed executive In a desperate charge: that ho
Ir. lit M. Taylor of New York City !
the two brides. Those The Banner joins in best wishes for I|I
present were committee and aid them in the
formerly Crystal Illu-r. was in The last of several delightful pre- was alto woun kl Is the b. 4y; that
Misses Louise Scott, Sara Harris Mr. and Mrs. Jones. I I work of revising the roll of membership t
Ocakt TiHwday on hi* way to the latter ,'I nuptial parties occasioned by the The he was a man of apifndfcl phfttqw,
Louise young couple begin housekeeping
place far a few days before going Harris Christine Richards, marriage of Miss Sara Elizabeth Har- I : Comrades. C. Jeffords, J. H. standing six feet, six, aad WM the
I Clara Gray, Meta Jewett, Margaret ris and Mr. Charles Harrison I at once on South Fifth street Livingston, F. W. Blitch and Frank youngest of twt-nty-tbrw e iNn>-n
> to )1.,..... wh. on next Tuesday I in the house Mr.
I Miriam I recently occupied by
Taylor Pasteur
Sarah McCr'en.
fee till br marrieU to Miss: Pollie was the card party given them on I I Harris. The following are the names That his life M a dvillaa WM as
and Mrs. Cecil
Hattie Dye Susie Fort, Florence I Bryant.
of the comrades constitutting the executive -
modest his life wrfdlw
Ulalae l)4k. I Monday evening by Miss Esther as at a was
I Walters, Alice Bullock, Annie Weathers, who was first bridesmaid)I The Wet and Dry ElectionWe committee: II. W. Long, W. brave and that be left to his fftttlly
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Mr J H iv+ix>, a former citizen of : Atkinson Annie Mathews, Caro Lid- at the wedding Wednesday. Miss understand that the members L. Ditto, L. M. Graham. Wednesday, and his country a record of a falt t
,don U'.lian! Thagard, Madge Simms, I I November 11, was fixed as the day
tola. but amore recently of 1>t>LanJ, Weathers had as her guests the mem- of the Anti-Saloon League will not ask lees life.
near wblcb' city b operates a large Anna XJixson, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Scott, bers of the bridal party, and a most the board of county commissioners to for the meeting of the said commit A resolution WM paved rfca |fai?

lurpt..tiite farm, was shaking bands Mrs. Potter and Mrs. Mallory Liddon. charmingly informal evening was I fix the date for the wet and dry elec- tee.The the constitution in aitef UM fef nf
.. .. Miss Potter Miss Scott and Miss committee to whom was re- the of tM ham tk In
with bit rtMitf friends Tuesday. spent playing progressive whist. tion until some time in January next. meeting CM* *
Mm hype U at Coated, X. C.. temporarily liarrig received in the front hall and The appointments of the party were ferred the application of W. D. Shaw Monday to the Tue.**y after the bat

and k **|M |o ted with the bollI >- the hostess was assisted by her mother all in white and pink. The hostess Read Red Saunders. reported favorably, and the adjutantwas Monday. The MUM will have to to

I I p* tlng' '' of Ocala and Marlon countytbr and sister. requested to notify him that un- pasted by a two-thirda rate of ttoaepresent
:Miss Scott wore a dainty lingerie .ler the constitution before being Toted .
; \wth the column of the OcalaHaitlV I at the next "I'U..
waist with a white cloth skirt, and a -\l =-"dlftl "' -." ,,=- upon as a member he would haveto It WM understood that Ute Mat

white hat trimmed with roses. Miss accompany the initiation fee with meeting would be on tan airs Monday

\ Juil: v: J. K. Hopkinft, lie; popular Harris wore pale pink brocaded silk; his application. .

t r 'l.r.-r.''iitutlv of HlleTle\v. was a a large white picture hat completingher SH Comrade Ditto, after paying a I Comrade Henry W. l.nn-- !brtIF
,1"1I.r to Ocala' Tuesday, transacting costume. :1 Lt I I touching and eloquent tribute to the! e
i t bu+Inrra before the county boards. The guests sat in the front parlor I virtues of the late Dr. Walkup both'as I indebtedness of the ramp !i.1', are.

; The judge said that IWleview was until all had arrived, after which they | a citizen and soldier, submittted many of these as Wt IIiOj'I! ,.,

f! nine what liquid in politics but to were asked into the back parlor, I! the following resolutions, which were quested' to pay the fees for Inadvance
\ what extent he would not hazard an where two large cornucopias held :) THAT FIT THE FEET <: adopted: and eleven did o.OB .

f o|.liiU",i The IHH>fide| of Hellevlew are the beautiful and dainty handker Resolutions of respect to the memory -I motion of Comrade 1. W. 2I-

I, in love with Juii e Hopkins and he chiefs, with which the two brides were I of Dr. Henry Clay Walkup, by the I Donald the ramp adjourned.

I with themFRECKLES showered. Laughing, chattering girls it Marion County Confederate Camp, t

I swarmed around the brides-to-be PRICES J No. 5t. this November 4, A. 1907. Hew to Treat a Sfci i

I I while the happy recipients seatedthemselves Whereas Almighty God, In his infinite Sprains, swellings and tameaea .....
relieved by ('bamborflls's
\ AND P1HPLES at two tables to enjoy wisdom has seen fit to remove promptly
Pain Balm. This liniment redness inflammation -
REMOVED la Ten Days. their treasures and to read aloud the i !I our comrade from our midst to a and aoreneM wo that a
poems accompanying them. Everyone II higher sphere above, and sprain may be aired '- about ..-
t NadinolaThe admired and exclaimed over the THAT FIT THE POCKET I I. Whereas, Dr. Walkup was a devout third the time renttlred. by the uaualtreatment. r
I For tale M all draqton.Capt. ,
/ Complexion gifts, while Miss Harris and Miss Christian, an eminent surgeon and

Beautifier u en- Scott read the poems aloud. The following ]- physician, a brave and gallant soldier R. Ie:. \... la bntMtof a tin*.

a Jar. J by thou+anJi are a few samples of the poe- j < and a patriotic citizen, therefore be It walk along the entire tMtn rf hi,.

t-I of tf rat.full Ji.:"aadQuarantccJ I try: The Marion Shoe Co.J. Resolved by this camp, that we property on South Third atveet It U

to remove i Sara, Sara :you are a great girl, II I bow in humble submission to the will a more in the right direction aid will

,.a.., L* all turn facial and re.tore diseulora-thee Always In the midst of a merry whirl I ( M. Meffert D.B.. Mayo.) I-II of our Heavenly Father, who doeth certainly be appreciated by his. neigh
Rich and rare in every notion, all things well.
Always unselfish in your devotion. Resolved, That we mourn and de
wont CaMt in twenty days. 50o and $1.00 OCALA, FLORIDA. I
at aU luJillt hut tti>rc or by mail ) < plore this great loss to us, and join R.'a l R"'l Qa'tnders.

Pr.rr/. .uIO"L TOUT Ptri. Teoiv ,I Here we are, come to offer our tokens 'A A'6'lDAft' f I j I in heartfelt and sincere sympathy R-a! R..J Saundt'r'i

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1 Having jut returned from Yew York and '''i ilrr Eastern Market-- with a ir.o.-t complete line of Goods, I am now

t prepared to show to the people' ,..f This, section of Florida i.uHi a variety of goods a> they have never before seen hereIn \ I Ii

i .. this stock will be found the greatest aggregation; of LADIES' 6V ITS AND SKIRTS in the city. They are hand .

Lf J tailored and made of the tabrics obtainable and in the latest fas.hion .und'onsidering price and quality they arebeing

lit I KLEIN'S( I: I i I J. ) sold as low as it is possible to. handle' this class of goods. An imniense line of J I KLEIITThe { [l : I S

1VE en's Clothing and Furnishings

1 The place that always also abounds here, and to attempt to describe thin here would\ take a full page of this paper's space. They must! !h.. I store that keepseverything

I r seen to be appreciated Then, too. the}' are being sold at t--pt'l.iall attractive price, Also Boys'! Knee Pants Suits

I4vcs f full values lor.I' sizes to 18. The stock of LADIES' AND MEN'S SHOEfcnow being shown here cannot be duplicated in Central in the line

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

c"crdoll'1 line of Dress Goods in all kinds of Silks, etc. Underwear for the whole family may be found here, and in fact eve.ry'o f Wearing Apparel

r spent thing} usually kept in a first-class Dry Goods Store live me a call and I will save you money (

As the storo is crowded from top to bottom wo aro compelled to reduce the stock in order to properly'
there I for old and 1
display goods, hence the lowest prices prevail' on the entire stock. young.



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f1 Hie l +'I/tl l I'nr Oc, U Illnner: HI.rll&1 Cor, shah IIAnn"r: 1i.t4'lili Cur, KaU. lUnri.r: I tlp.-tIAI CorDuring UHI Oull Jilt w IIlnn-r."k 10: famlll,, ('An. tlrlndiM I" 11e4 .w.r 1 $. I4ie,

id r. Iti'llbMI,. l/'I'tf' ,M Vf'fy III At b14Sutnts Jltfk SleC'illy r.' irwuwnl1!! thUlion l II"C'I I ijliH&J A martin, tlJr hunting 101\IJ,1I1 ) will tit grfttl ml.M.j, I, hit Kt I .II,."' I ISV I .
I la thlt| Hrlck (;Sty H4tuMay. Tli, .<>U... 'jur IItUJld, anti. l hrglnn1UE<< with who t (Ut Mr ttt MM t
hl.iii'l, Mr. l I4ng hltlt Mr, J, W. Unl
MI Pun thy A IMlltt thu city uf Oik", | ; / KM *'*(*< .'-
Noruiubor t 1 until 'fll"nt
crop barn I"n lab| by and Ibis (4( and .1t1I1 ..,.. |
:: 11.4'1,. III fur NMVi-riil, wHt'lcn I Tit" I pantwtaIi JAck'lI opportunity\ to get away, part of our wal population turn bt1ei and family\ bare mo,M/ to Ilroo svllis c'AIII WhlHlnl't.t !Ilernando' wiualMessrs I i! 4tf .* ,""<--

liH'MiiiH WWMI 'lout) hU family wood It U poHltlvnly: uM where I t11 former U managing I i M a.<.....'. t*
f i |"t< / The niaiiy friend, of Mr. M. "I', la the and Mr. Hubert T. II. Milk J t H )

! and a boat of fil'-nd, *, have ti"-i'u I'rlnk deeply! regret to '.'Ar of bar 1 that th.t flat two day! *' hunting ru- a turpentlni business morel to I J. K. Minion, Mrs. C II ()' ... t**"d I'It off

rflu.IAhtly at her bioliildii. TJI| ninny contlnutid Illneha, find hopit that his I builud in fourtfi-n wild turkeys I bn- Jlradkr, and family have Uradlur M In Misses ".-WMtllDfUNI l .44 Ik. It'. .1 u..

I friends" uf Mr l,otiK, Kim ot Hit old\ 'health noon will bo r<'Htli>r*
1'lonerrs of this Ni'cU'jii, deeply regret Mr. J. \\VathiTS of Contort I'luot.1 Anthony. charge; of a section on and wlfo and. I''ot thn Marlon AMorlfttiiin/ M pru e I' <
Ut Jn is III and, Ihuy all hope that Mr. 0. P. WIllliuiiH, .t tr. Montholon Mrs. Win. Howvll, ,wI!:+) w** del\ Mr. Joseph Mlllootu! laat l w..k.tr. rwt
liu will KXIII b>+ ri'Morcd, health Atkinson, Mr. H.iyrraft and Mr. J. 1"1 gat from Anthony to th Woman's Mr. Cobb arrived last Tyre.ll Friday:and. morn wife at, Mlcanopy. M. J. ('bitty wa ft I ....,t....... ..

November <>p<'ii"d t I the K-HIHJ; HeasoniVmr Smith\ of IJerlln! J1 Ir. J. W. Coulter of ForeIgn; and I Domustlc Mlaslon.tr jIn.ttliJf tug and Mr. henry last SiiBilay ...0." ..f .
Wo Mlcanopy
nn-1 our WDD.I.* hiv; been fills,\ liliichton. Mr. Henry W. bun(; of ,', hHd ill Rochelle reports arrived Tuesday afternoon. art I JODM of "VIII M t..at."M\4
Mr. I) E.
also glad to
ultl IIlrIh'r.1'1' hlti",.!. M.irtel and Mr. Henry Slates; of Mar- having had a tine time, and you delightfully glad to see them and are here Sunday. flew i au arh'. ..t..

T'It'r"' nrlt In lli" ilvcr wlldti, In- tel \ c-nt recently to tho county seat entertained by Mr. and Mrs think that morn are soon to follow. visitor attraction br of l < 4 ..t ". I .

rl'JJlul all of (rih.iiiivlll! ; heveral to ilo homo trading, etc. Shealey.. Tbero was a lareg attendance Mr. C. II. Hilton and Mr. Freeman find mini!! + bh..l< l !" t, UN- .,

ptrtle. from OeaU and Silver Springs: ; Mis Belle\ Hates of Swiss Cottage and good reports were received took a few days off from their business One of our young dishes for i I i 'tl..' .

: and a parly from iU<' University City Martel went up to ocala to do some .\ very Interesting feature was a talk and with a party with dogs! seen drying lady rectmtly.the D..v.i< I !It ', 4 4
gtnttleman.PfrnntU. Brazil by Miss Ada May Stewart, guns and ammunition and plenty young : .
i'abd liy that topular shopping last Friday.Mr. on i t' it">

,' t bt1rttt of Martina county.A and' Mrs. Thomas Mann are missionary! from that country.Mr. j eatables visited the scrub Monday, re- are expected.A II L I : 'f s m. *
for little child of
frUivU iitnds us the following now living in Ocala. Mr. Mann is Gene Harvey who attendedthe maining until Tuesday bunting \
, ton of Floral (it/ wi. Dt"r
in killingone.
from the "stick*" around Hughes Is- with: the Atlantic Coast Line Railway annual encampment of the state deer but did not succeed Friday I 4.1 41 ,
how cemetery at this place
laM: freight office in the Brick City. troops as a member of the Ocala Rifles They got some squirrel I ? | .if II.t..... vI fI

"TJIM. ye olden time I Indian play Dr. S. II. hutch of Ocala spent the was pleased with his stay despite ever and enjoyed the sport immensely. Duval County Will $. I T *1 HHlK!

grtainda, are alive with hunters and week-end: at his country home at the strict discipline maintained. In its report of the War i 4" rla

their dogs. Game' \both large and Blitchton. The huge 12-inch disappearing guns, Mrs. J. W. Lanier and children wentto meeting in Jacksonville r. n h|I t'

gall Is plentiful. The yelp of the Those Variety Store people in Ocala of the forts were engaged in target' the Brick City Tuesday where Mrs. evening the Time*-t'nton BM _. -

dogs the yell of the men and the sure believe in advertising. We delight practice while the troops were there. Lanier will receive treatment from
boom of the guns simultaneously to read their great full-page dis- Mr. Bishop is shipping lumber to Dr. Powers. She has been ill for It was announced tbat it i Iii

Js music simply fine" i I play ads. When we go to j Ocala to Jacksonville, to build a residence on some time. We hope for her a speedy evidence that
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Mr. and Mrs. Alouzo Long were in do our shopping we'll certainly visit a lot he owns in that city. recovery and a safe arrival at her upon of Duval will vote dry by .\ tI.1 t la.

: Ocala Wednesday They went up to I their store, and our friends here in Messrs. Emmet. John and William new home in Brooksville Fla. ty majority when the election I ...

old home again, Miss Lula Odum went to the Brick ... that .. 'hv.
lo some shopping this section saythey will do likewise. Talton are all at and that the key to I
GrahamMlle That pile of skulls and the bottleof enjoying a family reunion, also greeting City :Monday to visit her mother for uation is in the hands of I .r. A I II : i

whiskey on top of them in the their numerous friends here.Mr. while. whom aw : ... J >t. ....
the "old folks" I Sunday Banner made our blood run Jim Griner's family have mov The Workers met at the home of the business among men of tbe city. far Har.ti1 pua

Among those who; went to Ocala the I cold. Away with the liquor, and the ed to Jacksonville where they will Mrs. Polly Thursday afternoon. with they are assured of a at bu ". s

C- past week were Mr. and :Mrs.: P. L. papers will not have to print such conduct a boarding house. fourteen members present, and all of their energta 1 fur BB or f, r Is

})urll()(', Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanaland, ghastly sights. Sweet rose petals and Mrs. Annie Stroud and her two were delighted to see Mrs. J. F. Pe- relaxed tory none, but the work i* being of f-

} Mr. and Mrs. J me.; Reynolds :Mr.: beautiful thoughts will cover their boys recently left for Welaka, where lot among the circle of members after forward more vigorously and ''f Ann1-! Ir.! ..

and Mrs. Hob :McDonald: and Messrs. pages. TECU ISEH. they expect to spend the winter. Mrs. a long absence on account of a atically than ever. .| ,rha'" y. W *

Jack Randall, Joe, Preston and Stroud has the offer of a music class broken leg. She was out on her from Atlanta :; \ 't9titnr '
WEIRSDALE WHISPERINGS and worked diligently and big :I :
Otorge Goolsby. Raymond Holly. W. which she may take at that place. : "" II IWtnlt J t' :
rived and will be in place ,
\). :Moorman: and Alien :Moorman.: Mrs. Tydings is visiting her son enjoyed the social chat very much. f number of 1
with Special Cor. Ocala Banner: The ladies will meet at her home on days, and a large /
Mrs. Henry Heinemann Will Tydings at Silver Springs.Mr. I n *t'Irh, '"
of the have ;
with We to learn of the illness of this week and we trust orators country .
JUT children, went up to Ocala i are sorry George Keeney's brotherinlaw Thursday lf '
deliver addresses
J :Mr.: Ih'lnt>mann on his Saturday trip. of Dr. :McMahan: Jones. from Iowa spent a few days with that all members will be present. Visitors gaged to the :: "' a B* -.
It not
Mrs.I Kd Holly of Oxford spent a Rev. E. G. McKinley preached an him and an intimate friend from the are welcome. A Thanksgiving campaign. is 1: : 11.11; ; i
to unduly
t few days recentlywith relatives and unusually stirring sermon on missions same state Rev. Mr. Coleman, is also program was talked of at the meetingof the prohibitionists election and 'I i \ late i" i t
last Sunday which has borne the Workers and committee the call of an ,
friends on Hughes'I Island. good him a appointed
at I
: visiting presentMr.
of the
Cut H. F. Rogers: represented Lynnein fruits. to start the ball rolling. We forts on the part ) t" H.f ;
J. E. Hamilton, temporary agent
circulation of tile
Ocala last Tuesday. Mr. Thomas Kelsey is driving a new here has been wrestling with chills trust that it will be a success and tard the Tarn dM*.>a-.l f fi
Capt W. C. Bull, the Ocala contractor buggy. since his arrival from Georgia, and that everyone will do their part to has met with general favor i t ,fI' ..'*nt >f for j I

has begun workon The hunting season Friday the work part of the prohibitionist
and builder opens should he remain here for some time help good along.BOARDMAN :
hotel to the great joy of all hunters. Quail engaged in what they !
Mr. Pat Randall's: will probably get rid of them in the OMMVT i7
{ on Connor Heights: near the Randall and sqirrel are more plentiful than healthy atmosphere Anthony.. EVINSTON, AND McINTOSH campaign of education. They D. CAN

they have been in that as the question is
home. years. It is strange what pranks Cupid .
Mr.' Alonzo Long!; is busy these days :Mr. Frank Morrison and several will play with youthful hearts. Re- verts to the cause -

; budding orange trees for Pat Randall other of our young men have gone to Special Cor. Ocala Banner: gained.
cently one of our young men was absent -
and Hatton Howard.{ A few years Lisbon in Lake county to pack or Mr. D. 0. Hough, a former resident
from home for a day or two and How to Cure a Cold
i hence the river boats will be tied up anges. of Evinston but now of St. Peters-
his whereabouts were unknown evento Be as careful as you can ) JBI Or
\ at the docks for hours at a time to Mr. George Simpson made a very his family. Later it developedthat burg, was visiting his old home and occasionally take cold and ty. flortda -. IB I,

load the oranges from these buds. pleasant call across the river Sunday.Mr. friends last week. He is now off on a do. get a medicine of knows 8.17dwtf'f"
he had gone to Ocala, where a .
a has
farms and Pasteur is hunt. its one that an
laps are left open to our now postmaster at camp .
powerful magnet had drawn him in tation and that is certain to OMBBtalBBB, VI
hogs are going in to feast on the pin- Stanton and a better choice could Messrs. John and Will Richardsonof Such medicine I
the person of a pretty maiden which quick cure. a WtBtora RaIl.
: dars gubers. chufas and potatoes. In not have been made. Wadesboro N. C., are visiting their berlain's Cough Remedy
if he wins will not be the first bride Coqwrauue ('.
, a few months our larders for meats The odor of fertilizers arizes now brother P. K. Richardson and fam sained a world-wide : ) ,
drawn from Ocala by Anthony boy. of this ftate uf rior
will be refilled. from many groves. ily. The former will spend a moutn remarkable cures
Rumor is afloat that shortly another mon ailment, and can always I
I Alonzo 1.01is constantly at Several boats are passing up and in the neighborhood, fishing and
lady will be led to the hymeneal altar pended upon. It acts on :
the bedside of his aged father who is down the OKlawaha. The busy sea- hunting most of the time, while his relieves the lungs aids Mi mad "I &p-
by one of our Anthony citizens.
very ill at his home on Patts Island. son will soon be on.ELECTRA brother Will who is a drummer, can- opens the secretions: and aids UM BBove styled

Mr. and :Mrs: Kerry have moved to The temperance stand of the Banner vasses the state for a large wholesaleand : in restoring the system to a .... tb.vui
makes it popular with our citizens condition. During the many
Ocala. :Mr. Horace Hinton has a posi- ECHOES retail house in his native town. D. I0b.r<*w u
and wins it many friends and which it has been in general .
;, tion with Mr TV.. Tro\ler in Ocala. Mr. Frank G. Sampson is now verybusy have yet to learn of a single ., .prtag t ..t

\\' are glad that Leesburg is our Special Cor. Ocala Banner: subscribers. packing oranges in his large cold or attack of the grip ....? a III "

friend in the OkUwaha river project. I The county meeting of the Farm- I packing house at Boardman.Mr. I suited in pneumonia when : of thMH if
SOUTH LAKE WEIR SQUIBS used. which shows
edy was .
The rater is a Kr:'at thing to us. ers' Union at Moss Bluff was well represented J. P. Richardson returned home lively that it is a Certain : thai 'tr <"M( ).

With Leesbur 's help we will make the from Hartford Conn., week before of that dangerous <1ix 'a"f ( t I'Ul"JMra' "Ii!I .ar
by different
locals and Special Cor. Ocala Banner: .
o it greater in a commercial way. last After making a week's visit to lain's Cough Remedy ....' app aru,1 :
many who did not belong Mrs. Harry Groff is visiting friendsin ;
A party composil( of :Mr.: and :Mrs.: to the unIon his parents he left to fulfill an en- ium or other narcotic, and m..finn..1 1 ui' 1"

attended the picnic. Quite an interesting Xewberr. who has ivn as confidently to a : 1 l
P. L. Durisne. Mr. and Mrs. Henry gagement with G. G. Strohm a reitu .i '< a
Mr. and :Mrs.: A. W. Allen have closed an adult. For sa!" bv all :
Heinemann and several others will go feature of the occasion was one of the largest grocery stores in :
"Boune View" for the winter and
over to Lake George this week to enJoy the many pretty uttie folks present will spent the time at Conant with West Palm Beach. NOTICEIn ,-t' U a-lj'i.!<...l

a few days fishing hunting and and the merry time they had plaYingand Dr. W.L:: Richardson showed us MM 4,>fD Mrs. :McLean.: Mr. Harry McLean will
ramping. chasing each other over the two nice strawberries from his patchon Circuit Court Fifth ..t.ra Rair.! +. . engage in trucking on the East Coast. cuit of Florida in and for
The writer has been united tto an pleasant school grounds. There the fifth of November and says he ndt-r the
wasa Mr. E. B. Killam was a business visitor County-In Chancery.
old fashioned cane grinding and candy bountiful spread of good things to in Wildwood recently. finds several plants blooming.Mr. Mrs. Frances Howse Koonce '", W and I'I.

pull at a near-by !home. eat and especiallydid all enjoy the The house owned by Mr. W. W. Humphries pastor of the Pres- plainant Mrs. Sarah A.' i appear before

:Mr.: Isaac Perkins is piloting the spicy and eloquent speeches of Mr.I Wilson of Gainesville and occupiedby byterian church at :McIntosh: has nathan Henry C.Vanllorn Dean. Henry NUn of Ute

bear: and deer hunters through the M. L. Payne, Mr. L. S. Light Mr. destroyed been compelled to give up his pastorate of Florida Ma
:Mr.: J. E. Adams, was totally Grant George W. Mace,
wlMerness.Mr." Cam, and last but not least that of 1 i by fire on Thursday nightMr. on account of the injuries received Defendants-Foreclosure

W. L. Knight, the polite night Mr. Bittinger, the witty editor of the Arthur Adams and wife were expecting in a railroad accident several' gage. *f Jtmury, A, '

clerk at the Ocala House in Ocala, Ocala Star. We hoped to see our to move here soon and to occupy months ago. It is with much regret A.It is hereby ordered that I i
was in our community last Friday and sadness of heart that he Bishop appear to answer i
great 1
popular editor of the Ocala Bannerprestnt. this house. It was recently fixE'd of complaint filed against the MM r wntr t
looting after his sheep. .which he recently and his people part, for he is much
but were disappointed.There f up in nice shape. The fire was above stated cause on I the hill
;4, purchased from :Major: Priest was so much business to be caused it is thought from sparks falling loved both as a preacher and a friend. Monday, the 4th day of ... esi.t i Iii ;

and Mr. Pat Randall. While here Mr. attended to by the convention that on the roof. He goes to his home in Winsboro, D. 1907 I this ordW bt9 .

Knight butchered two and took them they held two sessions morning and Ga., tomorrow that he may be with and at the that court you, house Henry in C. Ocala.Dean i for two coo

Park' to t"e. Ocala House, where Mine afternoon, the latter session holding It Mr. Hearst and President Roosevelt his wife and daughter.Mrs. Henry O'Neill, and MBM sew spapet \
Host '\ne will serve them to a until after dark. President Colbert form an alliance through Mr. '! :: Gebreton of Palatka, with two Vanllorn and you you. I county. Florida, ;

queen' ste. being unable to serve the ensuing I John Temple Graves, will the president little daughters were on a visit to Grant and you, George W. I said Ctb Uy uf '

i Al' old .veterans went up to year, Mr. P. A. Snow of Pedro was withdraw his observations about htr parents: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, I each of you appear to answer I .

Otr.w1 .1Y. elected to succeed him, and Mr. L. SLight I the McKinley assas.: ur'II; :'? I j Friday, Saturday! and Sunday i exhibited against: you in said Florida Octo II
... --. -- t %a' a ,. Monday, the 2nd day of
Wt' y our ear to the ground listenint ----- __ :
; of Reddick was elected vice I on -- II D. 1307 BULLOCK

the merry wedding bells president. Mr. J. I'. Thomas of Sparr If; and that in default of your I Judge

to rh n a near-by town. Sweet was re-elected business agent and G'I I j P au kANTtr I a decree: prc confe&so will be i -.

l.appi4' to the contracting parties A. Waters of Electro was re-elected c" G : against It; is you. I ** FlMl. 0*.
fc L further ordered that a
ouh. CHATTEX cnU secretary and treasurer. The next this order be published t .

"' \NDLER CULLINGS county meeting will be held at Pedro week for four consecutive we \I ... that on tbe

on the first Saturday in March to the rule day In \ I A. D., Jto8, the

190$. and for eight
consecutive '
we or of the "' '
Spte >r. OcaU Manner: : We very much regret to hear cf the to the rule day in Deomb, .r-
Be* C. R rl..th'IJreacht'll in the Oea!a Banner a I Uf'.
illness of Miss Sarah Giles but hope weekly :
the 0 -)r :M. I& church last Sab- she will boon be quite well again. \.' ClCi tt.Q,4 5vy per published at Ocala in : Joseph. Bell., .J.. <
Florida. Flc.
bathhas in a large measure re- I county : county. I
:Mr.: J. .\. Morse and Mr. G. W. Waters .; Doua c.M 1 .
glint health (crdcred this ) t t a. aJminutra- g ;
were each the happy recipient of I
October 1507. t
S. T. !
0. i 'IrCuHyugli and C. Kline r
a barrel of One, large Pennsylvania 10-4 Stw. Clerk (' 1
t ban' t!.'ir oranges and have Ii 5. m? ,
apples Saturday: a present from Mr.J. :
tread!, I<:hoJ shipi'ine!; them. They Avery.. JOHN PETER. burgeonOpposite NOTICE : G. SPOONBR. 1I
I't'Cclerr satisfactory prices for I the estate of
State and county taxes for i
their f Others are holding until What Would You Do? MId. J t6aa
be due
un the 1st dy of ::
ay, their f- is fully ripe. with fate ex. In case ofa burn or scald, what t
poctatirHarr of still better prices. would you do to relieve the pain? ;next, and tax boots will be I Uvef-ptlli }
4 Such Injuries liable in I that date for the
are to occur
Bennett is on hand again, 1 payment of .n'. priTate for
any family and should be
everyone I
l:n1.1nr 'ch improved in health prepared for them. Chamberlain'sSalve Banner Office E. L. C.\R ; ; Hl for twenty-

i elnce he .eft last lriug. applied on a soft cloth will relieve lOolS-1raw, Tax Co1! vegetable Seat

the pain almost instantly and I nriee !5 cts. II
E\frt the population of far-ott' Fin unless the injury is a very severe FOR SALE-As long as

a land have mounted the popular water one, will cause the parts to heal without we offer a few second hand I
leaving a scar. For sale by all OCALA Martin t
! wagon. druggists. x : FLORIDA good condition at a very Beltaeat St.

for cash. Ocala Music Co. 1 .
t Pen acoJa.. F1s.


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I: Local and Personal : MISS LILLIAN THAGARD ENTERTAINS Ocala to Have Vitrified Brick Streets A PROCLAMATION --- ---,I --

j FOR MISS HARRIS I Mayor Izlar signed the contract ear- II I

__ 6ara Elizabeth Harris. Local Editor. Miss Sara Elizabeth- Harris, whose ly Thursday morning for paving our Whereas the fourteenth day of November ; Kidney Disease, First Stage

r !1 streets with vitrified brick and the has been decided
--- the
upon as
wedding was a notablbe event of Wed'neaday 'i

\, Mr*. Durand went down to i 1'i evening was again the honor I' Fitzgerald Company to whom was day for holding the "coming' out'con-
Island' Friday I awarded the contract, at once placed vention, and.'Whereas Promptly Relieved >By 3 Pe=ru=na.
afternoon to spend a'' guest at a lovely party Friday after- !1: the order for the brick and
just as it should be
couph of weeks with relatives. : noon, at which Miss Lillian Thagard, the pride and

!I,''one' of her bridesmaids, was the host- soon as the same arrive from New ambition of the people of the city of THE firms: -fa.'!' uf Rn.'ht': DUe

; Mr-. CoSey of Salt Lake | York state the work of paving the Ocala to make the day one memora- I uf ; : <. kidneys: Id known
City will ess. Assisting Miss Thagard were r
I streets will begin. ble in F as th> catarr. :il .
the i staj
he annals
winter at Crystal River i her mother, Mrs. B. P. Thagard her (II our city, ant! Ld
I j We believe that it will to be I atarrh of tl"+ mufou memhrtnaunui
with prove not .
h" only mention but add
-r daughter. Mrs. i to our already
Barco. two sisters Misses and I
Lucy Ellen I _' the t k
I the best investment this city has well :tlncjv u the first act of
earned fame for ,-nal: '
Thagard Mrs. Frankb Harris and Mrs. g :
: I sr a drama that often tnd aa a
) : ever made and will mark .
t Maiiiu- Taylor has a new epoch hospitality.Now t .
returned .
Will Knight. r i tra,'i ily.!
hum Horn North Carolina, where she I Miss :, in its history. Our merchants will therefore, I, Laurie T Ilar qik 1"; -t thf
I Thagard, Miss Harris Mrs. W. '>p 'Catarrh tx to head off
ha,., i I". not have to keep their doors closed of .
'n'i..iting on mayor the of ,
relatives for the II. Powers Miss Louise city Ocala do i ri-'n v' th l el-e.
Harris Miss
I p..t -ix weeks. : hot summer days to bar out the dust. ;[ proclaim the 14th day of Novernwr! 4 ?.>. P If ','..iJit t'.. Diaeaiecanbereliefwddurini
Valeta Potter and Miss Esther Weathers -'
I '
People can walk the streets with !9j'. .**,&t,. c the
,I a gala day and request that rh rye : cutarrhal stage all Will
received the
Iti-j ... whispered about that one of I in parlor. some degree of comfort and visitors I+I people of the city lay aside as far a- n'b... wt'll.
wore a dainty lavender 1!'! ,
<< kala's di.'iiisnii-Iifd citizens will and others can sit on the piazzas of may be practicable all busin+':- e'l'- ... } r. b i IVruna ha- achieved a reputation
flowered silk mull gown and Miss 'I m. : :;> = f for
.-t.r!in,' a surprise: at the "coming out" I I i I the Ocala House without being' std- I, cupations, and give themselves { iintiatincatarrh of the internal -
Harris wore a hand embroideredwhite i 1 i 1 kx 't1 ur::an-i.. .
t.ni "lIlIon. fled the T&
i ; by dust. that day to the enjoyment
of tb.!
, linen suit. Mrs. *jtf&m This
jacket Powerswas We I! vx explains why Perana bat
hope that all citizens will prove occasion;; and uniting with \u'h tih'r .
: t
in brown with touch of ? 'enuaedwithomach'at t'esar
a blue I
,, 1.n'; iuor Broward will attend the and Miss Pottter Miss Weathers loyal and patriotic and will hold up use their best efforts to make tV: wiliii&v m kuinpy dJj \' ",.
and -i
toiiiiui+ ; out" convention in Ocala, Miss Louise Harris all the hands of our municipal officers in I'I many friends and visitors who will' / .: ;.'.. :'.' : :M
wore pretty .
tiu.1 1 will respond to Mayor lzlar's ad.I I this good work and will throw no be with us from all pans of the Sri'.'
white lingerie frocks. All of the ,
r ilic-s of Wflcome.Mrs receiving stumbling blocks in their way to im-i I feel at home; and see to it tha- !MIX' ;"
party carried bouquets of lavender j
, i+ pede the work of pa\ing. go away feeling that they hart 1 1".n

R I. Russell of Portland, Me., hyacinths.Miss 1 Let all unite in saying to the mayor I overlooked or neglected. DnoitrI ,. $
Thagard had arranged for the! ; '4 I IIr.
and 11"1' (it'll* daughter p
are the guests and members of the city council: I ;your) places cf business "ban: "+'i'

"if l Dr and Mrs. II. G. Spooner at entertainment of her guests a progressive I "Well done good and faithful ser- your banners on the outer1.a-:: V VN

i !!' a beautiful Lake Weir home. game of threading needles. f vants."
and fill the '
day with pleasant; nl"i-: |
minutes I ones for your ,:.l\ :>s as well as, fr, rh.l .' -*-
( M I Cam of Ocala, a large orange j -
: More Tobacco Planting l
strangers who haJ1!' be within '
tmur of the needles. When the rnrgates. : Catarrh of the Bladder
i i at Minis shipping bell rang
j I Letters patent from the state have .
H alriaiiy! purchased the two at each table who had threaded I LAURIE T. ZLAR. Mr: J:rn s\f.: I' w..!l1. : ::1 [::'<-niuiiton
received for
FortoPierceOtt the Florida Sumatra Mayor.. street, Kansas ('Hr10.: write
i''"i liuVs at this place.- the greatest number of needles, ,
Leaf Tobacco Co., the new company Attest K. C. SlSTRUNK
:V.'.v-. progressed and at the end of thirty I "About four yt tars ago I suffered wit:

minutes Mrs. L. J. Knight was de- recently organized for the growingand I j Clerk. a severe: catarrh of the bladder \vhi--h/ '

handling of tobacco in this city. :I I caused continued Irritation and pain. A
i HI moan Benjamin, who has clared the winner. Her prize was a I F t
Under the supervision of Superintendent Mrs. Allsop Entertains at Cards miserable :and could not ,-tarn! 1t i1

:.. :11 >|p ifit
r w. !MM MI thwith, II-T mother and other ing threaded the fewest Miss Taylor : On Monday afternoon at the out etremseariness and pain.
the lands
of the
I company, just '
hmfin' \lIan.a. has returned was awarded the booby prize, and !I! home of her mother Mrs. Julia I I he:.an taking; Peruna and it>irreatlv
l west of town are being cleared up | relieved me, and in eleven weeks 1
huntMr- Miss Harris was presented with a I Iseason's i Palmer, Mrs. N. T. >
and in Allsop entertained i
gotten readiness for the next j completely cured, and felt like a newman.
very lovely housewife made of blue ."
planting and many houses I very delightfully at progressive whist, WILLIAM F.LOTHAMER
c W. Turner of Anthony one ribbons and supplied with silver ,
for the laborers are in process of con- u!in honor of her attractive guest Miss Kidneys and Liver Affected.
ui the efficient members of the board thimble scissors etc. ) :\ William! F I thaai<*r, former
Mr Carrie
struction. The
company will plant King, 730 North Cascade,
.if .otiny: commissioners was transact Ice cream and cake were served af- Clara Polk Gray of St. Petersburg. Colorado pre.-ltlent of the Bn-s Barbers' Union a
twenty-five acres of tobacco under Springs, Col., writes:
IDK: business In the county site ter the contest and those who enjoyed shade There were arranged in the parlor "Peruna has been my favorite and noted politician and at one time chairman : -
Friilav Miss next season.-Madison New and living room five tables and for of the Democratic State Central
Thagard's only household
delightful hospitality remedy for nearly five
were Misses Sara Harris, Enterprise. several hours those who were present )"ears. I have suffered for years with Committee, writes from 1'Jtii! South Ith

While Curtis was consulting him- Louise Harris, Valeta Potter Esther enjoyed the ever fashionable game of biliousness, and kidney aDd liver Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.:

Incomparable Florida trouble. If I caught a little cold "For I suffered with
whist. the severe
$4.1f at to which of a pair of twinsbe Weathers Edna Dozier, Louise Scott
New Smyrna holds. out as many in- The pains were increased, and backache and disease of the kidneys. I would) have
would marry both married more Hattie Dye Meta Jewett Sarah Mc- scores were marked on pretty headache i
ducements to the truck were of frequent occurrence. j pains all over my body and at timed
ileHaitboy. at Ocala.-Crystal Riv- grower as any red score cards by Mr. Whit Palmer.At i have such
Creery, Pansy Souter Christine Richards section in the "However Peruaa cured me-twelve dizziness in my bead that I
glorious state of Flor-
,'r Nt wr.Mr. Annie Atkinson, Clara Gray the conclusion of the games delicious bottles made me a new and healthy I could not see nor work.

Madge Simms Annie Davis Margaret ida. In the fall, celery lettuce, cauliflower frozen claret cake and mints I woman. For three years I have enjoyed j I i "Nights I would often be awake with .

and Mr.. F. R Haskell. who I Taylor, Leafy Sylvester, Tillie cabbage potatoes onions, etc., were served. the best of health. I keep Peruna pain so I could get no rest. I spent

have ""Kvtt the summer in the North l' 'les. Mrs :Mote Mrs Hocker, Mrs. are planted and in the spring a succeeding Misses Bess>e Porter and Alice Bullock stantly in my home, if my con-I hundreds of dollars on doctors and

and Earl; have returned to their elegant Duval Mrs. Harris Mrs. Powers Mrs. crop of some of the above are tied for the first prize and on catch cold or feel indisposed, a few drugs, and had ee& ed to have faith in
of Peruna fall either.
never to
home 1Velrsdak. planted as well as tomatoes snap the cut Miss Porter restore us.
at Will won, and she "
Knight Mrs. James Knight Mrs. )
M. T.
beans squashes, cucumbers and many was presented with a dainty of Gaffney, Corpus Christi "My drujplst told me one day of the
J. D. pair
Robertson Mrs. 0. G. Weston, Texas, writes
Mr and )1.... Joseph Shu ford, who field crops. There are no gold minesat silver scissors. Miss Sarah : praise" his customers gave to Peruaaind ,
, Mrs. J. A. Bomier. Mrs. Mrs McCreerywon "I can to the
Todd certify advised
truthfulness to
me it
of try offering to return -
hit\,- Ices pending several mouths New Smyrna, but the man with the
Allsopp Mrs. Crom and Mrs. Blalock. booby prize two linen handkerchiefs I Pervna as a catarrh cure, and am ree- my moray if i; did not help me. P
with their in Ahevllle. ='. C., and energy and peresverenc. who
MB comes ,
and to the guest of honora ;: it to every one. I am practically -, I ]'urchasec .. few U>ttles. I i.eptetting:

wlih relatives to other portions of A CLOUDBURST OF AMUSEMENTThe here and engages in the truck busi- dainty handkerchief was given. well of the catarrh in my nose, i! I better T'"j r.., <}>,'tne did; its work,

:North Carolina, reached home Friday.ifUTUUUfl ness will soon have a bank account.- Those present to enjoy this lovely I throat anJ. head.. ;.nd m foa. :.' .- was a well man."

New Smyrna Breeze. I! __._._.
well known and always welcome little party were Mrs. C. V. :Miller --. -u--'

favorite amusement attraction Mrs. A. S. Clark Mrs. B. Seligman, CAUDLETEAGUEMr. Engagement
Now if that Ocala "coming out" Mrs. E. A. Ricker of South Lake Interest
the C. W. Park Dramatic Co., will in- Misses Edna Dozier Alice Bullock Rev. and :Mrs. John B.
runfnUoo could indue about 'steenn Weir was among those who visited Ley an-
augurate a short season of drama i in Sarah McCreery, Anna Mixson, Chris- L. M. Caudle Turns Benedict and nounce the
the candidate to drop out of the the county site Monday.. She said engagement of their
O'ala.londay.. November 11, for one tine Richards Louise Harris Bessye Takes' Unto Himself a HelpmateThe daughter. Miss Mamie Estelle
rut'. the other might the better enl to a reporter of this paper that she Ley to
week. The company has been increased : Porter Annie Davis Margaret and many friends of Mr L. M. Cau Mr. Thomas Ferdinand
;" ,h.'ir Thanksgiving dinner- would ship this season 1700 boxes of Alexander
in size, now numbering forty Mamie Taylor Lillian Thagard, Mr. dle in and around town were surprised both of this city.
Tillie'" I nli tnJ. and number ,
oranges quite a of -
actors, actresses and auxiliaries. grapefruit John Sullivan and Mr. Seegar of Jack last week to learn that he had The announcement will
; that she got $1.50 box for create
J.liA.J. per
They hate an entirely new repertoiiethis sonville. turned benedict and taken unto himself much interest among the large circleof
Ntc Bareo and children of her oranges on the trees and has an
season which includes "The a helpmate as it was not suspected friends both of the
t'n t* KUr, who have been spend offer of $2.;;0 for her grapefruit. Shegays New Citizens for Ocala young people
Flower of the Rancho, "The Pit," by his most intimate friends that enjoy.
]1', UK MiiiMUtfr. and fall in the moun- ir she can do this well every ocala is constantly acquiring new
Thorns and Orange: Blossoms.Charley's ." he had intention
any of entering the The wedding will take
i mi :1'[ :Surth rirnlina were in Ocala year she will feel that life is worth and desirable citizens and is growing place at 6
Aunt "Under Southern holy estate of matrimony.The o'clock in the evening of ifth
fflLt l li\. afiit, +. "-iin route home. Col. !'ivmg. Mrs. Ricker is an admirable steadily in every direction.Dr. the of
Skies "The Girl I Left Behind Me, happy event
was celebrated December and will be notable
I II. .' *,nl rip| to Jacksonville to woman and is one of the pioneers of; E. P. Guerrant who has been a eventat
"The Little Outcast "Jim, the Westerner Tuesday evening, October 22, at the the First Methodist church
lu- aiinU' the Lake Weir section and succeeds, making his home at Mclntosh for several of
Around the World in SO parsonage of the M. E. church in which the bride's father is thf ,

\ iuarrt*>.::>, lit.<.IIMwax tuned from Days" and many others. Every play disasters.except against great and unforseen I years having come there from Asheville Rev. J. S. Williams, pastorin [l nlar pastor. [I"f -

i hi.:-' Ib'tl'Thursday\ to Mr.oi produced with original scenery grand I Kentucky has moved to Ocala and charge officiating.The I j The bride will be atttemle i b\ -. \ _

,,, iukh."i,i... aiul MiM' Laura 1Vi)- electrical effects and beautiful costumes. Rev. W. II. Coleman of Tampa, wool I Dr.will hereafter make this his home. bride who, before her marriage '| eraleral pretty bridesmaid and: ti''.
Guerrant is
a veterinary
ItThi* > ,>unt; cnuplf are from Latest moving pictures between was pastor of the Christian church in was Miss Lillian Elizabeth Teague 'I wedding will be a very beairif: ; mi''
and his office in Mr.
surgeon W.
acts. The vaudeville artists daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tea- Miss Ley is
t't i\-tal lily and are well known Ocala during the years 1900.01, was W. Clyatt's abstract office. very well Knoun. "-pt'

... engaged are the cream of the vaude- gue of LadY Lake Fla., is descended cially to the members
al< Nat pat 1\11.1 i ha\* many friendsl in Ocala Sunday and again occupied of her t"at'l'-r'-
i Mr. W. J. Edwards of Paris Tennessee
.t.h tb,'in ,n haw" married life. ville profession. Although the expenses the pulpit of his old church. Mr. is also from one of the first families of congregation, and has always ic-n.
I I| a new citizen for Ocala
are greatly increased the prices Coleman preached a fine sermon and and is his South Carolina is highly accomplished prominent in church work and t'nin:

Mrs td?+r.lon |n Wright of St. JlrirrtttM. o'. will remain the same. Children 25 his old adherents were delighted to I I,I[ accompanied by family. and is quite popular with a large entertainments. She is a musician of
: They at the
are visiting Hiawatha
a hu ha hewn the |..t of cents: adults. 35 cents. hear him again. Mrs. C. E. Winston I'i, Stock Farm. circle of friends in Florida, South and marked ability and a very deligj. :'

her ..*...t.. Mr and II.... J. W. Pear Location of tent theatre, vacant sang a beautiful solo, and at the closeof :, Mr. Edwards will have of North Carolina. and agreeable companion.Mr. .

MI tor a tnrttkiffct has |OM to Nework grounds opposite A. C. L. depot. the service there were several accessions -I I; the dairy department of > charge Hiawatha The groom as is well known here, Alexander is a prominent yon I :

>' O r. char ah* will aacnd the to the church. Mr.. Coleman I I Farm. Mr. Edwards %teen is one of the leading merchants of business man with a bright fntt! .
has the
,mt.r Wn la Nw York MmVrtht "Uncle Joe" Shuford who has just will spend several days hunting!l| dairy and cattle business for in Randleman, and stands high in bus- and the young couple will carry 1n' '!

will aiudy UwtrwMBtal aad returned from a two months' stay in around Ocala and Anthony and will !i.! and is a most desirable many iness circles. He resides at New Salem them into their new life the <:..<>ii!

ttxal wet++tr with sum of the beat North Carolina says that he was in return to Tampa the last of the week. j years to Ocala. acquisition one of the suburbs of this city wishes of all their frieDds.-SlInd.i) _

pte.trrt ta th* rtt> Asheville on the day of the wet and where he has a fine farm and magnifi- Times-Union.

..- --- dry election and said that he I The Ocala Banner is indeed gladto cent residence. Rev. and .
never Cupid is certainly getting in his Mrs. Ley and fan'.h! W'r.

ttr -'ht\lft Iknager of tail city again expects to witness such a i work, and the love season, like the i welcome both Dr. Guerrant and The wedding bears a srtiking resemblance at one time residents of O< :ila. dr.+ !

.ha* )..*i '....." pouHJ chief IiUI'ltftDfur ceae That early in the day the women 'hunting season, seems to be on ini f I Mr. Edwards and hopes their life to a romance in real life the above announcement will! u, r"I !

tkc Taini V+rthfrn Uailwav andIN and children of the city turned earnest. There were five marriage E among us will be both pleasant and and while not exactly a case of love with interest by *'ifn.-n"i.! t

hate .-elltrE ,.h.W vf that branch out en masse and formed a double censes issued from Judge Bell's Ii-I profitable. at first sight was one of mutual attraction family in this ert: !

.4 tintrut. ., ,.f the n.." road Dr line in the streets to the court house from first acquaintance
Saturday to the following couples: I ,
Mr. Cam is back from Moss Bluff,
$ittnr' ".". 'I'\! It..",''' t 'II Tampa 1 I I mherv the voting was going on. and Leroy Y. Murdough and Clara C. Livers I where he went to attend the Farm- which was purely accidental at one i I Mr. and Mrs R f. Barn \

....agth. fr,>tH', MI'"V i mil t hat al i began waving banners, singing ; Eugenia Garriage and Rebecca. ers' Union. He there of the summer resorts in the western now reside ar Ha ..dale-! '

......h ... i bd! ,f ui4'n his I hymns: and importuning the men to Brown; J. J. Tibbs and Ola McKinney 1 i unions represented says and were sere part of this state which ripened into guests at thO'1: '. 'a !H<

1' 'h'r . t i II" ) .II.r of titiant \otv for prohibition This was kept : Douglass; Burton and Cilia Rob- en crowd a fairly. love as time elapsed by an interest- few da ;. M-I !t.. ha. .
large was prt"sent.Iessrs.: M.
t I' .' 1. ,,. N,'rth,'rnIK pentiD' inr..n '
) : up all day long and Mr. Shuford said erts. ''L. ing correspondence. which: unfolded t"
', Payne: and L. S. Light spoke on I' i
r ta, > I. I. ... : matters pertaining to the union
11 ,t. ii T m! i Nn" uN par'U-ular, voted the prohibition tick- Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood are at I beat as onp.
.while Mr. Cam and Mr Bittinger editor I :MrL.. .
M l ,
t-i Early in the day the whiskey men home again after an absence of two I i Mr. and Mrs. Caudle will reside at J' .
< : .' "f l'UTl! ,I of the Star made red-hot prohibition from :V. w Or:, .
>;av MI the struggle and became as months. They spent several weeksin i I. the Caudle residence in New Salem. \1

I I -I' .in I l-i.: 't."m'' i lrl. !II' :wt-sted in the conduct of theta the mountains of North Carolina t!, speeches.Mr. Randleman (N. C.) Observer. ,. has i I. 'i; "'P' i n "f', .

"i t i 1\ .1..t i'MITN with i. : 1: ,. I
A > | !' lid children after which Dr. Hood went Minneapolis II Mrs. Caudle is son :
as the balance of to H. S. Smith formerly of Anthony a sister of Mr. F.
fr 'I. _
ti --
t. >
t ? "I ih Besides singing songs and Minn., to take a course of lec- but more recently of Sarasota is A. Teague and or Mrs. Townley Por- MC'H
| Mr I
i Mr .lVlft1m' t- i t .rt1t'r M. (JrV 1, .'
.t" :in ng the voters they decorat- tures. During his absence there I now the proprietor of the beautiful ter of this city and she has many
i *. |Vi..r Mir8 K'tioi and ; mander jf the Ma ,' 'anr( I
I 'I fd tn"m with whitrf; ribbons. Mrs. Hood had a most pleasant visit I Belle Haven Inn at Sarasota. friends here to whom the news of her
,1\.1 I !"h 4m rtcji. u, '. tot was among r'ln '" .putt r! .
t with her daughters :Mrs. W. A. Collier marriage comes as a great surprise.
h I II 'I!, to the city :Mop '! "
1 'Ior" a'ltt a
I I. r ...,. .... .I uht' Joseph Dell and a party of and Miss Marguerite Porter at I t The postoffice at Geiger has been Her Ocala friends join with her Lady
.1't n tI. **- hr. fi r \!"tu'i\! mends on the first of Nor !
Tuscaloosa Ala.
;discontinued, and all mail for the Geiger Lake friends and friends all over the Mr. George .-' \

... hW".U.tllo."tnr. rl' 1"1': + .. went down into the Oklawaha I office is to be sent to the Flem- state in expressing their good wishes. vannah wrwu1.
was in b.I' Sun I i.
,,.. 1'attiug Bfl 'j Mrs. R. R Carroll and
arch l'a I'" i\ swamps and bagged an even little daughter ington office. .

t h, 1 i.M.a f t .11 "*". He .ar.1 dozen of wild turkeys. Merris, hare returned borne from Mrs S. T. Sistrunk who has been guest of his wife's peaents. Sirs.
W. N. Camp.
H.IMat* t t I' 'III" ''I Arc >. I St. Petersburg where they have Mrs. George MacKay went up to Atlanta spending the past few weeks with

Mfr win .' 'N'ah thur' I Mr I *. Sue D. Feaster of Micanopy[ is been spending several weeks with Monday to spend a week with Mrs. Charles P. Rogers at Lexington, Mr. and Jin. Henry W. Lori t

,.u.bt> awl t:! ,t-ti! fen:' I tit' f eat of her sister, Mrs. T. J l Mrs. Carroll's sisters, Mrs. Ramsauerand her daughter, Miss Bessie MacKay, Ky., has returned home after a most .Martel were rtappjng. in the uiv+ < -

M"ort tar a few days Mrs. Hannah. I lot Washington Seminary. charming visit. .terday.




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situation is now nor
lib The financial THE SENATE construction
BANNER Beard's '
THE OCALA mal. If Hon. John S. h

Park :II. Trammel of Lakeland of the state constitution is correct
----1' is to let a contractfor announced his candidacy amendment IB FURNITURE DEALERSWE
FRANK HARRIS, St. Augustine has formally no constitutional!

P. V. Leavengood, Buunet Manager. trifled brick paving.1S'omen's for the United Stated rute. Hi required to enable tioQ legislature to

-- his platform during! the and aapecial
to be shorter will publish pass! a state prohibition law IN THE:: LIM f or
i are announcementMr.
I coming week. In his>> if CARRY
: legislature
not refer declaring session! of tie
I i this winter-but this is very sanguine,
Trammell II Suits
.. 1 law l prohibiting (Parlor
thatI a Furnishings
,1 to chorus girls. "There is little doubt one: ia called, can pass House
y't.4e I : successful can I intoxicating liquors in In LwUitr, Uph. .it.r.tf ** *+sd
be the sale! and Matt.ngs.
I. I to the !
.. .. :-rJt:. were bur- will prove II Beard'sopinion Rugs, Art Squares
4 hundred persons Mr.
0, Fifteen tie stale: of Florida. Room Suits
didate. :
--I-1 t .... ...."' I ied alive under a landslide at Tash- The senatorial race is, aa yet, a is as follows: Bed Room Suits Dining

,.'! .o.0..... ".. land Russian Turkestan, on October matter of speculation. Three avowed Frank L. Mayea, Pensacola: Fla..: In Mahogany, Birch, Birdscye 0* all kIM.-l.tonevJ"y and 0.*.

... 'J ; ,.. 4.'f- 30. are the present Senators Dear Sir-Repljlnj to your inquiry
: candidates and grad
\ .. "' = I Maple China Crockery
t 1'a\I\\\\1
II ,
< \ .; II I II. Mallory: of Pensacola, John S. I of recent date I hart, requested I
It 4 ...... 4" miVtII tQ.ao I An uneducated farm boy near. Board of Pensacola and Mr. Trammell, carefully considered the question as towhether Mission Furniture I C6ftprta 1104-OiAwr .... ,
; .v; telescope
) I Ill., with a hand-made that to the con- Odd F1oHe
Springfield indications
;.- Ewa 3k brand I but there are strong an In all the different finishes i
I has discovered two William J. Bryan, the brilliant young stitution is necessary in order to prohibit

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1907 I new comets. I attorney of Jacksonville, will enter the !sale of Intoxicating liquorsin ,

four prominent Florida. ,
With these of
the state
the race.
has just
I Mr. Plenty of Pittsburg result will In the opin- j
running, the unhesitatingly express
of Floridians
buralWMty fourth set
Tk fight fir, prohibition in been presented with his has full !
Legislature! ,
doubtful. the
exceedingly ion that i
the last J
exciting. The liable to name
He is <
u becoming twins. I There is but little prospect that, i ample and complete power to pass All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lice Curtains, PortiNs
the air. .
".". .. .nl vu'tory in one A. Plenty.To the race.Mr. under the constitution -
Governor Broward will enter I a prohibition law and Upholstering Goods
\'. A parkagr of book was shipped to I Il the women are ascribed the Bryan, if he runs, will be the as it now stands.

i AI rla4u. dry man But the bundle credit for the great prohibition vic- Broward candidate. The governorhas The people of a state, in creatingthe Heaters Ranges Cook StovesFull J

fB aM began to leak b:1dly.-Lake tory at Birmingham, Ala. Our women -. not done anything himself during his or terra his legislative whole department mass of ,legislativepower delegateto i Line of 1'pt.diit.. F'ictuii-I trru.-, / 1 n'i, M, i i'} I

CHjr laxtesH are our good angels. of office to assure it the turf M"iii'iiu_ ", 1'I -I.-K '
---.- I I.friends that he could be elected to I subject to such restrictionsas
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.. W. J. Bryan is making another Dr. Parkhurst rapped President !any office on another appeal to the I II are enumerated in the state constitution II Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness M Satiles I
which to
"Quiet. the only occasion and of course subject
berry tour of Kentucky. We hope Roosevelt in a sermon on I people. On ,
thai ve a aall bear flood reports from Along the lines of keeping quiet, the his administration has afforded the the limitations which are containedin I Exclusive J of the b-nt wagon oil earth th* S udrhakrr; ,
it or its the twit line of High (Grad B>ttrff"; .i. t 4t* I -.,
f rtihse Grass"state.. Atlanta divine can't say a word. I people to pass judgment upon the federal constitution. And carry very

>, ---- I policies, the verdict has been adverse In order to determine if a state I

I 0NIa bututla ought to practice Two Connecticut school teachers to the governor. Mr.: Bryan, should legislature has the power to pass: a I

1l1Mg tM40ff' the looking glass- have gone on the stage as chorus I he make the race for the senate, law upon a given subject, we look to I
l chow many a "red" Their figures were not wortha I handicapped by if it is inhibited -
.*, lute in up girls. I would be grievously the constitution to see i

re/eie f.l< tlon Tampa Tribune. cent to them as school teachers.At his affiliation with the governor and \ and if not inhibited the legislature -iI iI I I Brick Lim" ('..nit-lit, "-ta"t.r. ..

'". ... ._- his faction. He is a man of brains, I has tbe power. Hair L1t ShIllKl.o a, Paints t OQ d
Mitor Pearle k of the Dunnellon Canonsburg, Pa., on October 30 ability and magnetism, and a "good On the other hand, in order to de- \ Building ,

t AAvueat writes ali good editorials asH five hundred pounds of dynamite exploded mixer." He demonstrated his prac- termine if congress has the power to Flintkote Roofing, O.t
brat man but ho is parlous mod- and four men were literally by the manner in subject, we inOte.IOVhit.I I Si
sense a given
tical political
TriMttr. in- legislate upon : .. Lpa.t v"irni-h.".. K:,,
tat aluwt printing tbeID.-Tamp3 ,torn to pieces. Six were badly which he defeated Gen. Robert W. look to the federal constitution to see
; uni Mi" .-nHt' \Vi. I 1' jllll-
i Wall Alabastiue: : ::
jured. candidate if not Paper.
Davis, with such a doubtful if the power is delegated, and
i I wil:: t .- un-W a 11,1 at''' \> ,
Iif .WtJ l1'1tI. u I
:as Napoleon B. Broward-for it was, delegated congress has not the pow- "nd :give u-j a ::
nta of fob on ice from the Galveston has encountered anothersevere \
: .Ipmt !largely, Bryan who did it-to the I er. The difference between the "'
of Pvata Gurda fur the week end- storm. One woman was killed JVScJver & Mackay.
mrt but and the
I credit of his personal sagacity I powers of a state legislature :
tig T....., earths amounted to six and many persons injured. Twentyframe discredit of Florida. But whether ..1 is the difference i
| the .1i of congress
1 ia bulk and 94> barrels, aggerpitlag buildings were blown down and II to i powers iI ..
wllMl I
successfully in the! of legislative I 1
swim a -
he can between the powers '::-------- -- -- -- -
{ US.I iKM) pounds. many houses were unroofed. II ol and 1
senatorial pool, with the weight body created by a social compact
I '1' "
Oft NOIMBB 16 another star will be The recent vote in Jefferson county -!I Broward and his mistakes to carry, I the powers of a legislative body created -

of our Union, mak- which Birmingham is i is another matter. by a federal compact. t
UMwl to UM flag Alabama, in \ AULLQTI I t
to sweep the the state ofi! ,
Mr. Beard expects constitution of
haf 46 ail toW. The president says located, will close 154 saloons; 110 in I .
that k* will sign the constitution of Birmingham, 24 in Bessemer, and 20 state with his negro disfranchisementissue. I Florida places no limitation restriction :' \ EXPRESS: 4rf : t F U LUJAfl452 .
; Mr. Trammell will make the of the legis- j
QtlahomB UQ that date and proclaimit in Ensley and Pratt City. Get thee I upon power :
!curbing of the corporations, a franchise I' lature to prohibit the sale of intoxicating -I {'\: j
I'nlon. Alabama. -
the in
a ,tat* of hence, is the verdict '"..
I tax and similar propositions I liquor in the state. I take the
: It strikes UK that the governor of Remember that the Ocala Banner:!his political stock-in-trade. All three I intent and meaning of Article XIX .t;. 'II.St., ;;: .4

Florida might Riff a little less attention !always prints a double paper on Sundays -i of the candidates will doubtless espouse -i' to be as follows, to-wit That as the 1"01 h... \!':: ; -

to the Improvement of tie Mis- and. it is always filled with in-!! state prohibition, although the sale of intoxicating liquors is legal, in 9 015\t Wiv ta .-ayrs.S& / : I

niMJjriri and tore to the development terestting matter. Political, relic I United States senatorship has no con- the absence of state prohibition, Ar- I IRf1C0

of the .uirtta.v and harbors of his ious, social: literary; poetry and state nection with'that question. ticle XIX permits any county, upon $4 9 I II

owe U .-Tampa Tribune. clippings a specialty. Original and I And, meantime, let it not be forgotten I complying with the conditions spec- i. 5.KK1-r kM& & __ .
..... : R. Mallory has not the sale \- '
that Stephen .
-- selected stories. i i tied in the article, to prohibit -e ? '. htl
Omathla was the name of a friendly lost any friends to speak of. Viewedat of liquors in that county. Without I. ; '

; ladtao rhk-f oho was murdered by The governors and attorneys gen- the outset, the present incumbent Article XIX there could be no local I 0/ .. \ '. :--1

ct..la His remains lie buried in eral of Alabama, Georgia and North appears to have the "inside track," county prohibition, only state prohi !, ... rl.,i'... ;:"t

I.. county. In naming streets, hoIramshlp Carolina, and possibly Virginia, will and the ambitious younger men who : bition. Article XIX permits local or it; ;

tics. *, "(t'., why is not the meet in Atlanta today to discuss the are after his seat will find the ousting county prohibition in the absence of I II \ { i' T... It.l7"J

nak of thifc friendly and loyal chief railway passenger rate situation witha I process more difficult than they imag- state prohibition, but is in no way a''I''I :.&-::,-"
psepttttttittdWr view to reconciling the conflicting News. _
ine.-Tampa Evening limitation or restriction upon the l '
Jlo.- laws: of the states interested. to establish
of the legislature
otto Mtieipating a glorious time I! WOMEN AS WITNESSES I state prohibition. While Article XIX CHAS BLUM & COMPANY,
the "com- Many of the so-called statistics sent
U at
'" Oedit m November I permits local or county prohibition In I
V lag _" "",,,IaIa. All the editors out by the whiskey people as an argument "Nowhere is the difference in character I: the absence of state prohibition, th Jacksonville, Fla.

Wtt k*" tar* and wv will take that in favor of the sloth-produc- and disposition between men : converse is not true. If we had state j

MM .a. atou for the editor of th> ing, crime-breeding saloon are just I I __ __ .
and women more noticeable than up-i prohibition no county could permit
Uv Oak Democrat as he wishes togory about as trustworthy as the state- I
on the witness stand in a court of the local or county sale of intoxicating
saloon's"ietims. How I Ii
off the speech of lion. John s.1,ments of the
will attach importance I II law," said an attorney."I I liquors.
muss 1 Orlando ReporterStar.ft i many people iHARDWAREI
..... .. .l I to what a drunken man says? would rather have one woman on I Should the governor convene the

.** PiMMarola News is troubled by I my side than ten men, and equally so I legislature in extraordinary session, I

... dnad that tht're will not be The voice of the voter says that we would I rather have ten men againstme i I and in bis proclamation specify state !

WNgh randnlattwt at the Ocala must forget the taste of liquor in the'I' than one woman. !I prohibition as one of the purposes for -j.: '.CiSlQ.* "- :.': !'IJi \
the witness :which the legislature is convened, or
"earning out' runvntluu to make South. The old fellows must give up "When a man goes on

thtac 'adtIDg Dent worry brother the habit and the young people must I stand he becomes very nervous and if after convened, he directs the at-

ik* wimds are full of bashful as- not acquire it. At best it is only a I begins all sorts of fool tricks. He fidgets -: tention of the legislature to this sub- i I CO'l

pitanta. too timid to come out in the habit. Let's subdue and overcome it and twists about in his seat, ; ject, I think that a state prohibition I KNIGHT/MARTIN

open. hit who tti'l!' bt> there to look We must concede this much to our rubs his nose, scratches his ear, and : law could easily be passed; and I am '4

arrt (!... situation -Tampa Tribune. wives, mothers, daughters and sweet- fumbles about with his hands, some- I firmly of the opinion that the courts, At the T.V.. m'li vV < ', i-t V.IM.I. l"jt
hearts. times twirling his hat and at other! will uphold the constitutionality of

anti. Johnson the new mining Croe- ---.--- 11 times rubbing his mouth. All these such a law. OCALA, FLORIDA,

... wko br'ara it is said, a close reottbUiuv The China beet sugar factory shut I]proceedings create a bad impression : If, however, the governor neither j I' 11 I
when oed ol II
and in
down the slicers last Sunday, after state prohibition in his pro see us in
to Mr. Bryan predictsthat j I on a jury and make it appear that he I I
ivatb Vail) will be the next one of the best seasons since the factory j is trying to keep something back. clamation convening the legislature, the way of

fttifciftg Eldora.to of this country. was built. The product was 117- "With a woman it is different. She I nor directs the attention of the legis- G .

Mr Jnh..ua'1I *!i> was the first white COO sacks of granulated sugar, with ,quietly takes a seat and listens attentively lature to it, after convened, then tbe

___n who tier rrohjed Death Val 4000 sacks of yellow sugar, held over to the questions, gives direct i!I I matter could not be taken up, exceptby Farming Implements,

..,. Me Bmr!> lost her life, but for refining at the commencement of answers and preserves her composure I a two-thirds vote of each houses. II Wire
I Fencing
tdtter hrr firm rprrientw eight years next season's campaign. The year's I under the most rigid crossexamination. So you see that, to a great extent, it ,

tags she has trussed it four times. production of granulated sugar has Once she bas made a statementshe depends upon the governor whetherthe Stoves
II Pumps
only been exceeded once since the legislature would consider the ,
-- will stand to it, even though it be ,
Bdilor Wait-rvm Maid this glorious factory was completed. But 11,760-shown that the statement is highly question of extraordinary session.I o Guns 8

f.tf coast' roupl!) wa superior to 000 pounds of sugar make a very respectable improbable. There's no fidgetingwith I have no doubt but that the court AmmunitionSash ,

dw balmy cHtw of Italy or Spain pile of sweetening.Redlands her, and the frankness of her answers would hold a state prohibition statute
'I Doors
And Either Watterson only saw a (Cal.) Citrograph.In will convince a jury every time. constitutional. If, however, they ,

1 mail portion of tbe Florida gulf "As a rule a woman's recollection held it unconstitutional, the legisla-

vust' If he had visited this sectionhe a very vigorous and lengthy editorial I of an event is better than a man's. I I Ii ture, at its regular session in 1909, Blinds, Paint, etc. .

th* Car'-n of Eden where the birds Lakeland News read the circuit judgeof stronger and clearer, and while a good I ment to the constitution.I .

);- slug **.** >at and the gulf ozone is at that circuit a lecture last -week,II many legal authorities say that a will also say that a prohibitionlaw la fat, everything usually carried in a first-
tit Ipalachicola Times. which if it doesn't succeed in having II III if should not I class
;{great deal of a woman's memory of passed, go into ef- Hardware Store.Knight .
t the editor ruled and punished for Jan i event is pure imagination, still she i fect before Oct. 1, 1908. Licenses
M<'f.a ?ark hunters licenses it should the of
open eyes
have been taken
out in the "wet"counties
|draws a pretty fair picture and is able -
'. hate U.uvd iu this county and the people of the circuit to the kiLd jto I impress the idea upon the jury. I'I'I for the year ending October m .nc :
t.bt 'II fur the tin tags are still of who decides their cases
a judge 1 1908
j "The judge a!"'*. -s tells the jury' and it would be unfair and
n>i-i in Many I'''' 'ODS who lung- wherein property and life are at I II ;
unjust to enforce the law before that
I that not onl:: must they consider
t. .I) nv good 8u.. &ers thought stake. We sincerely hope that the date but, of local !
i {statements of a witness, bat also the I ; course prohibition =Martin Co.
t'., tai. might reach a thous-- editor has not brought trouble upon i i
manner of t.;:,tifJ in, and wben U|i iI where now in force, would remain .
4 a' tar! was .uie the limit. But himself.Madison New Enterprise.A I! until tf-l I
I I oopjes: to a matter of considering the prohibition goes into
i Hi fair tu ruB overthe ,
U. way
I I manner of a witness, the woman I fectJOHN. S. BEARD. -
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v lark RedUnds (Cat) Citrtmm good law passed by the last legIslature -!\ atways \ *
makes the best impression.
I : is the new law: extending the I Ii .. He Fought at Gettysburg A
"! limitations from two to I David Parker of I McMillan Bros. 1.\
-- i statutes of A Hard Debt to Py Fayette. N. Y,
Park "* *U has successfully I four years. Heretofore personal accounts -I "I owe a debt of gratitude that can I who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes:
f N.t ." ".a MaadUhaifBts of the Tal-I I would only run two years never be paid off," writes G. S. Clark i"Fia,'t.- c Bitters have done me more I

t .lalw. 'uu, which paper recently4lttr when they would outlaw and this I': of Westfield Iowa, [for my rescue I poo'l For than any medicine I ever took. Southern Copper Works
'I from death, by Dr. Kin;'s Now Dis- several years I had stomach trou I
hi k'ni! the most available short time to collect accounts in,!('(W"QBoth lungs were so seriously1:ble and paid out much money for medicine -

..*toat ID sight fur governor, and many instances served greatly t,_ :I affected that death seemed imminent! : to little purpose, until I began I 4

&0. f"f' "v tii-nounce* that he is annoy business men, especially wht- When I commenced taking Dr. King'sy taking Electric Bitters. I would not' Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
take a5co for what ,
f fH for ; 'ed States senator to sue- a creditor was slow in paying up. A I .v Discovery. The ominous, dry tov 1done for ,
hzclcough: : quit before the first I me.. Grand tonic for the aged and I and General
U. lk Hi- will will run four 11 Metal
% >r\ announce personal account now bottle was used and two more bottles for female weaknesses. Great alterative Workers.
b.. pin* T. later cm Mr. Trammell I Ik I years before it outlaws, and this I made a complete cure." Nothing, and body builder; sure cure for -- J
panm .U, u i,i.uUblo and his ought to be good for the debtor as i Las ever equalled New Discovery for! lame back and weak kidneys. Guaranteed --------

lyMMe earv.r thus fu has been cred- well as the creditor.-California Cit coughs co:Js and all throat and lung by Tydings & Co., druggists._ Old Stills taken in exchange for uew ()' PItA-hint{

.... H,. MH make a good race, rograph. 'complaints. Guaranteed: by Tydin SOc, I through the Country a specialty. t )rtl-t4rs by IMil or
& Co., druggists. 50c. and"l. Trial
wire will
bt ttkholt our prediction as to ------- bottle free. x Ocala's "coming out" conventionfor prompt attl.ntinn at triuMtr of the

tfotatf it v.Hl lie a liming race un- Cooking with electric stoves does budding candidates is to be pulled following works _

Itt after tb tHunu (rouj the primar-' not increase the shock which the high FOR SALE-440 acres of land. Apply off: November 14. Wonder if DeLand'a"consressman" '

l.l an ta next y ar.-Live Oak Democrat. price of the steak gives to the man or write P. A, Llddell, Santos, and "governor" willattendDeLand FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH OA

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Local laud l'etsttnalr The Ocala Board fef Tfade to Give LOOKS ((3000 TO 119 or NI9 t' IfttifWWneN

-- 1 dig Banquet THE BEAUTIFUL WEDDING Of f.

eN "Hh-tth tlip futl'nvlht liiVllalioiia tiavp boob: Demsefats Stfertgthfied Ifiil fy4jl't a btlifd wi wihlte Ikelftil M1.4n I..

Lbeal' gditofi\ I Aur.t1 liir/ f Ui i (Oraift t tftiafil Of HIt,1p: ( etlri9=The PiftWlP/ 9HadI!) "I ,..f MIftt.1.. .... ,
$.--... M ft Mull $ft4| li: i': 'f'iiti; The (Onttl1 IiaFt1 tit 'fFil'1pakfahttd \ rt? l fle04Fg yit=fiffiJiihAg 'hili l (ft* ... $.. Iff ......ar-' $5.te .

wed. .Im MH..... 'III jftl'ft.tltf Iti* rllil I ij f./tfl1litt inviutlilmI A IaWM. MuMrtN Nttk I.... .:: tw.aktlttle44 .

-- I giiebtl Ii l'-''44T49 ; .. i.cg ll. JID j4P.S 14141 lts who rpr fetl iIn@OOWf All mte dpwuvFrtW ab'itild' )'Mby : pwIA4FalEr $ $ M ..hll" .' I ,lam

ill tri S I HI It nbill.law' wNp f n41tnlMtrr n 0f'IIl'TI1? i i N, I lY' M5311Rtd1g9Ne344V ,114tH .s...$.
It Ihp hl'I
> ftaib. gild\ i ill Uttil fPpieF = : iu"ti )'unketn. )
i! ilut I Io, 11414 tJllr WfIhttsll'; ID ht 1)14) ftf \It.* Q was a CHM} ..ii @ pieee, PAI>?flatpil VrlSISi41:11lt: [tupsevoU J ha.4 ('uDl.W8JJnQR
alit tale' VIQJ'itI\! It Wi" WP4nea4by-Ve@ ea4ay; evat by ,. .ttJ *:. .

--. ---- i iii halt past nine Q'e'QfJk' ulit'dd DIRe Q' IQtJk.=t.un) Ilia bluiAdts1 #: ap fcKOee4.jngy) foaR4puffle PU.I glqsiI; to resign bid i beat min Luq'ftaa :I, Tbr U..I..4, '..., tisa

$I' '11I'1 ...Ir. W ''I. 'ru'nr' Atr Thug' tdBy evening November the }4tt / p1scu al. ettlirGb, South\ wt5 anthemums.vase, HIM with Glass great' candle white sticks qryto- order" : to detect: Turn 1... Juiinu!) fur i gr.aui'll |. i... 11 tll| hi *

r "j_ v |lilt l4"*"' 'M..w Wednesdaymi ; nineteen hundred and seven the getting tor ft beautiful! wedding! mayor of Cleveland, out the ltreei '" U MI I ..,I-.
holding green tapers, with pale green
II. mi, N, i.f jirwwtu at the ruar- 1". T. UUNUOC, Pres. when Miss:: Sara fciizabeth:; Uarrib and silver dema hopes are shattered, and Mr. I I it- .1., .. J IH I a rTe

L.h..t MU Harris and Mr. Lloyd I C. .L. DITTINOBO, Sec. !j> Mr. Char lea Harribun Joyd were united and white filagree shades green and Burton is shelved. "111. 'il I li. 01-1..1 r 4
heart-shaped mints and candy
Lunch at Id o'clock p. m. !! in marriage by the Rev.; Hubert Tammany wins in New York. Tina II.1.-." >,
HI 'I IA1 r ..11.lltll .
balls in the same colors, in cut glass i'
Mr b4 Mm. Fred Dyer of Colorado 'ought to be encouraging. With all
In honor of State Administration O35i Virgil Atkis&on. .". .
14 bon bon dishes made the tables I t,1,I. : I '
exceedingly -
j < < 'n> The sacred edifice had been decorated : I that is said against:: Tammany it baa aol r .

.UK! ..HItt>.. impM of Mr. and Mrs. i! ; lovely, and the decorationswere !given the the cleaner administration t purt
metropolis :
i. Court of Florida and the Florida i ii i with exquisite taste and siiu- .JI'.u- I I'". t
I I.; V W" .r L. r'or a few days. completed with Streamers:: of it has had and
I i Congressional Delegation. '1 plicity-nothing being used but the I ever WIder -
_. white satin ribbon and maiden-hair 3fnr a't 1 II'( t.t tl. 00
I. !I! beautiful Florida bamboo palms and its administration the taxes nave .
Mr* N' .1 1 (m-rnay, after a pleasant ferns wound around the center piece.In I "f. i"rt I Ii" M 11'r _
| The following are the guests of hon- j! been less. It was Tammany that gave
ferns and :several large vases of white I [ ... tO .- 1i.1 l 'jii ..
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M I I'It in l till r left the bouquet in the center of the
1 parents, for Plant
or at this banquet: iI ;i flowers. New York its beautiful parka and
t table concealed the thim- i ;iIJD, r..L.: at ,," dl
niu tuft her daughter Mrs. were ring I
! i lIon. Napoleon B. Brnward Governor. The inner altar from the ceiling to magnificent streets. "
: of lh> k. 11. c. JI
ble and
button and
Hi.1Kb were
1 :0111' will thee return to RaMr ,
democratic candidate for
|I the door, was hung with a curtain of got
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drawn by the The hand- JWD't'f Ad'I' 4 '1I'1'
h.al i! Hon. II. Clay Crawford Secretary young I ernor of New Jersey has probably t
i Ii ,i.. the bamboo and at the sides were pillars painted place cards were exceedingly tPf Ketulrn k -I 1' II! .t" f .
i of State. been elected.
. Ru.h nl MeCunathy is at home of magnolia leaves and suspended pretty and original.In I ti- ua"-&|'ire t tMr ..r t. I. ,prirUit'
i Hon. A. C. Croora Rhode Island :
Comptroller. from these pillars were garlandsof if it does not elect ,
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r an j i> ure of several months. the large parlors the beautiful
I, I Hon. W. V. Knott, State Treasurer. bamboo, reaching to the back of |I a democratic governor will give thei .
MI. ihf in D S :0'1'; Eth fin..
q' summer Asheville and
wedding gifts were displayed ]
I lion. W. M. Holloway, Superintend-!' the church and garlands were hung i republican candidate a bad scare. .
I .mi h.I.(h.'r .' Joy.. a round of fall were very greatly admired. The rl children frIO'tl"'r :-- I". :
i ent Public Instruction. : Kentucky is somewhat disappoint
l between the main body of the church .
: t It:4.1 la. r'-iKiiit'l b: ', i
\i-n-* Iu l atavlUe. Baltimore and 1 presents were all exquisitely beautiful i an
Hon. Wm. H. Ellis Attorney Gen- ing. Kentucky for some
and the The chancel rail years put .
annex. was
\.w f avtrag'' for v, .t
; Yolk.Mr and the young couple were indeed I I i.: -i' cult
i eral.
I 1 I wound with white aaJ graceful ferns .: fortunate to have been delightfully | has been behaving badly. 'four and w' '.. .,r I'h1'dr..n
lIon. B. E. McLin Commissioner of j and palms were placed in available very so -I Anyway, the returns are encourag.I ..
W II Jo.- the every _
:;. railway con- : remembered by their at r1 -I"( fet! t ;I' \
; Agriculture. I ing taken as a whole and the democrats
.1' r4i who tt in now at work near j space. A number of electric friends. that he iiu. '-inthf -. ,| t..rage

1 'I' h." among the prominent :\la1"11 I I Hon. T. M. *Shackleford* Supreme !j lights showed through the greenery I Great interest was centered in this I', have only .to buckle on their ar of >.a M. ... ;j'Ji 1 w., rt' ..1t Ef
mor and do battle. Its
principles are ,
t i.MIDI'> piHiplf in the cit yWed- and gave the necessary light to the i to df*',iijtin I'u;
1 Court wedding, as the bride was born and .
| I|eternal and in the end
scene. I j'I are sure to -xlttN He paid the Ocala Banner a lIon. J. B. Whitfield Supreme pretty .. reared in Ocala and .the groom has umph. The 'r.'II-.T' +I'r >" > ru\ t:;{

I'IJ' ;a..'K. railMir. Mrs. Robert Virgil Atkisson, at the : I ; eil as folliiW-!
Court. lived here ever since he was a very .-
I pipe organ accompanied on the violin ,I Balance h.ml tiE.
boy. I on 41 l ls
i lIon. R. S. Cockrell. Supreme Court. young Appendicitis
1 t ..- Tf'H*. Pyles baa severed her i by Miss Christine Richards of .
i ij L.
j Hon. R. F. Taylor Supreme Court. I i I Mr. Lloyd holds a responsible posi- ,,1s due in a large measure to abuseof 111'111'\ 1.1\ : ;j
.iimviUu with Rheinauer & Coin.nv j Gainesville, rendered a charming musical !.
the bowels by employing drastic L. t ,
nnu- > ,7
| Hon. W. A. Hockpr Supreme Court. j t tion with the Cummer Phosphate .1:0.: v > \TI ptti. >M>
|.. after b*.iug with them for sev- j program from eight-thirty to I purgatives. To avoid all danger use A. C. Cr\MII1I 11\i .,en '11 Cot
iCcmpany i and is not only immensely
lIon. Chas. B.
Parkhill Supreme I *
,'n ''>ir.. Her pleasant face will be j nine o'clock. Their opening selectionwas only Dr. King's New Life Pills, the II I E. L r
Court.i ,; liked in the business circles of Ocala i iI safe, gentle cleansers and invigorators. -I Caroa jn/ U 14 teasj
\..,> greatly mlswd aa 1l11S Tlllle" "Love Me and the World ist I E. I. e....,.. v a poi.4 'If Y
i I 't I I but is equally popular in social circles Guaranteed to cure headache.
1 I"i popular with old and young alike. I Hon. S. R. Mallory, U. S. Senator. N Mine" followed by "My Dear" by the i j biliousness malaria and jaundice at T. E. Pastes, twi.pormr l.> ,
I Ii "The Bridal Chorus !Tydings & Co's. drugstore. 25c. x
II i i! lIon. J. P. Taliaferro, U. S. Senator. same composer. | The bride is the eldest daughter of of school favda. |* tor
)lr. Frank )t. Harp who Is exten-
I I! From the Rose Maiden" was exquisitely -1 Total school finds .>l rd
Hon. S. M. Sparkman Congress- Mr. Frank Harris editor of too Ocala NOTICE rer \ itOctober
Mw, .I ly <*....... in the turpentine bnslue -
1 rendered after which the beau-
; Banner the oldest paper in Florida Ifttt. . ..11 tI

M In u.e Rwtk'rn part of the coun I man.Hon.. W. B. Lamar, Congressman.Hon. tiful "0 Promise Me," was plaed.At j j| and ever since her graduation from The hunting season opened November Total school toads dtsaamed a !
ty. *a* to Oeftta on business Wednesday I I
and everything Is movingatone Frank Clark, Congressman. nine o'clock Lohengrin's incomparable school she has held the position of local I 1, and closes on the 1st of February October 1M7 . lit It

Mya I wedding march was the signal editor of her father's paper. She !t for deer and on the 1st of March Nor. 1. ball ace m haa4 I t M
sMMKtihly In that section; of Mart
Death of a Florida Pioneer for the entrance of the bridal party The treaevrcr's
is a member of the Florida Press Association for quail and turkey. All parties will report for" syMal
**. I C. W. Johnson who entered the church in the following districts WM approyed with tao W{
Captain of Largo, and is well known all over be governed accordingly.

Almost Fatal Accident Near the j father of Mrs. Ed Jeffords of this city order one going up each aisle the state and has enjoyed an unusual 11.85tw C. J. McCRANEY, lowing ..Ia....:

FoundryAn died at his home on October 31. Inspeaking of the church: Mr. Thomas H. Harris degree of popularity with a large circle Game Warden. Marion Co.. Fla. Ocala. $t.T9: Mclatoaa. $14111.

/ and Mr. Stephen Jewett :Miss Yaleta of devoted friends to whom she Ftell<>view. tS3* &A.: PMtvttt. *. lit II.Diin&clloa. .
| tsioftt fatal accident occurredner of his death the St. Petersburg Potter and Mr. Benjamin K. Thrower has endeared herself.On -- -- NOTICE-- -- I' fl.77. .......... |||| |. .

lit foundry on Wt>dnt'sdar. Evening Independent says: Miss Lillian Thagard and Mr. her wedding night Miss Harris Pine Level tltoHi KaJ...... HIM.VlrsdaK r

.It erns. that In the foundry yard a His death leaves vacant place in Frank Harris, Jr., Miss Esther Weathers wore an exquisite gown of radium lor Application for Tax Deed Under \\ IWSI Htra. IW..; Off

dig drufi hammer has been erected the heart of every inhabitant in this i and Mr. William Eugene Finch. silk built over taffeta and trimmed I Section 8 of Chapter 4SS8 Lawsof ner Farm. $ Ut, tfcart PitS, |. .f.;

, e fur th*> i-rr'*Mj of breaking iron. I section. He was widely known and I Following them came the maid of with Duchess lace. The gown was Florida Sparr. Stn: MI. rart>,. $112..: rV* ;

This baai wa* at work yesterdayattrrruUM |I much beloved being of a kind tender honor Miss Louise Harris and Mr. I. an empire princess and was finished Notice is hereby given that F. A. 11o..h'',. I1S1II ; Kksrtra. ffl i.Hlitchtoa. .

I and generous disposition, making E. J. Crook. Mrs. William Herbert I with a long train this handsome toilette Norton and P. A. Fort purchasers of UI1 ...{ Mart.I. |tfl> .

auto a piece of tl:.' broken i a true friend of every acquaintance. Powers the matron of honor entered being completed with a tulle veil tax certificate No. 2334;) dated the 7th I Ft. KIM. fl S7-, f'apQJM. fl ..S : Uaadalo. _

I Irvtt Uvttfcftfel" aid struck the corner Ii He had been a sufferer for many alone and was immediately followed caught to the hair with valley lilies II day of August A. D. 1SD9 have filed IUi50.. Cottoa Haat .1It Tt.i !II J

III' a warrbause nwarby. James Moon- months with a painful form of kidney by the bride who came in with her her only ornament being the groom's said certificate in my office and have i Orange Lake. |.S 74. Oak MIB. |f H

; t.y, a white buy about fifteen years I disease which proved Incurable In father Mr. Frank Harris. At the altar gift a beautiful diamond brooch. made application for tax deed to issue Moss Bird 111. F.......... .. a ICottage .

old Matt silting ou the platform of I spite of all medical aid, and it was they were joined by Mr. Lloyd and Mrs. Powers was very handsome in I in accordance with law.. Said certificate -I I HIM. U7IK Charts tit

lit!* bmUlittftand a plet-o of the splints I this, togt'ther'llh his extreme old : his best man Dr. Powers. a gown of white silk ,voile with trim- I embraces the following described |U3 !iMM.!\ : N7.fA : fftadn.

lr... uiUMile g.trucl k him on the head I I Mr. Johnson leaves a devoted andi white chrysanthemums, and Miss Har maid of honor was very girlish and Florida to-wit: On south side of I! U&Z1.t'l.

and fratturvd his skull. Dr. Izlar was i affectionate wife to mourn for him ris' bouquet was of bride's roses tied pretty in a lovely gown of white mar- !' southwest quarter of southeast quar- Board adjourned to n. \\f Brit
tea\.iHiw-d and .u>pixl the how of and to travel the troublous patbway with chiffon. quisette. I jter, section 2i, township 16, south. Tuesday la IW**h*'r

Mnod, and l he tau wa.: immediately !; of life alone. He also leaves four The attendants were grouped gracefully Miss Weathers' gown was of white ![ range 23, E'astO.SO acres. The said w nOUMK (\R\ -c. t'?
lakt-u to tb.' Marion county hospital i > t I' around the bride and groom and I chiffon and very handsome and state- land being assessed at the date of the I ..

v here ln> w wnd wan dressed, and he' 'I- the minister stood just inside the ly did she look. Miss Potter in white issuance of such certificate in the MONEY ,

I. lH'iit. given the most careful: atttn- | fords and Mrs. Lottie Drew-all of I chancel rail who in an unusually impressive net and Miss Thagard in white chiffon '.names of McKinn and Bragg. Unless!

)r1 j ,i.oi, \\ .. un,ler,,tand the lad 1 U: from 1'' whom live in Largo surrounding the and distinguished manner, (I were especially attractive and[ said certificate shall be redeemed aci A bright ,"1.11.? fila'! "I; I 'oarprrvtous

CitKial Wver aDd U an orphan. home of the parents except Mrs. Jef Ii performed the marriage ceremony. ''I the attendants were greatly! admired. i cording to law tax deed will Issue k.'AI..I t. fit h.. pins

fords who resides in Ocala. I The service was unaccompanied by Mrs. Harris the bride's mother thereon on the 27th day of November or *horthaa4right w r. ... II' 'stwl 1

Mule. JHK! Hones for Sale 'I' The funeral and interment took music and as soon as the benediction I wore a handsome gown of black silk ;;A. D 1907.Witness out if oa- I.' our ... hs tn. jtl j

We haw at our mill at Cornell. Fla., i place Friday afternoon at the Meigs I! was pronounced the bride and groom voile and with Mr. Harris assisted i my official signature and I poiiitiim at SlM (I"< r m
I.-B UAI. heavy logging mules one' | cemetery, and was largely attended heading. the bridal party left the I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd in receiving. I'I seal this the 23rd day of October A. I our eoi'iii.ned nor .ir the tj fi j jt

Itne Muttfle bone and one driving |i by friends of the deceased. a iraurch to the accompaniment of the Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd left on the early D. 1907. S. T. SISTRUXK. (i, short time of t a"fi>ek oj T' i'' "f ;II' t''

tuirve, whk-h we offer for immediateMle 'I C. W. Johnson came to the Pinells1 Mendelssohn wedding march. I morning train for a trip North and[ i! Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Flat [ An education tha1 oil! .not) i >.. to UI i

MeaMm for telling, mill burned. Peninsula many years ago and has I I After the ceremony the bridal party East and will be absent for about t| 10-25w By H. B. Foy Jr., D. C. I learn such a salary. ant I m -, -'i>irt a

Must be sold quick. Call or write by hard work and shrewd business I I and several friends were entertain- I three weeks. Mrs. Lloyd's travelingsuit i time that everyone ran sffor ,.r take

Nun..... & Southern Company Cor. : ideas, built up a considerable fortune, i j ed very informally at the home of Mr. was a green broadcloth coat suit!i NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor a course. Write tmfav to n,.. \ 'a... t ii j;

...n. Fla or M. J. Uoe**. Ocala Fla. owning much property in Clearwater t land, Mrs. Harris. As at the church and a green hat trimmed with uncurled Creating a Special Tax Road District -' Business College. Arhon* : 1. for ij

1 1 ti lit. and Largo as well as in the country the appointments at the home were in ostrich feathers. I at Cotton Plant .i large free catalogue which i 1'1 5 Ml [i 1

surrounding these towns. His best white and green. On their return Mr. and Mrs. : Notice is hereby given fhat an election you all about H. !''1

Tfammell as an Editor friends and greatest admirers were The bride's table at which were I Lloyd will be at home to their friendsat > is called and will be held at Cot' 1 1 ,

W_ Hon. Park Trammell recently business friends who I ton Plant, Florida at the usual vot' 1 NOTICE TO NON.REtoMtE.NTS I
his close
associated seated sixteen guests was exceedingly the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Wil- i1
retlP*; fn" n the Lakeland Sun. he I I ing place, during the hours from 8 J''I i _
his name with all that stood I
lovely. Anderson: on King avenue. -
o'clock. to sundown of
a. ,
hate enough abU I i''
.. Ba' didn't
.ht I for and and i All not r-9l4eats. rfcountv.
honesty high principles ;; persons Marhim
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m tu practice law and edit a newspaper I from these were chosen the pallbearers The Farmers' Union at Moss Bluff Odd Fellows Give Oyster SupperAt for the purpose of creating a special Florida will take notice that *j

* at the some time. The racy young ; lIe Kid been for years a memberof I tax road district to be known as the'> the law against boatiag by aanni i J]
The county union of the Farmers'I : Yonge's Hall Tuesday night the
Orlando UeporterHur -
l.hiUwupher. of the the Methodist Episcopal church. ; Cotton Plant special tax road dlstrtct.1 dents will be strictly ......... A. ,
pta behind him on that proportion. I Educational and Co-operative Union Odd Fellows held forth in grand style. i I The boundaries of the said 'I .. .
: South and Rev. Mitchell of that faith i plication for prwlts ma t+ .1 le to
There were about fifty members present trict to be as follows:
+ aad aay that he was running I'of America of Marion county met at .
officiated at the funeral.i 1! Commencing at the southeast cor- S. T. Slatrank. elork of 'h. ire'r' i
and after the business of the
Iht' Hun .. a side tu and never got I Moss Bluff Saturday morning, with every 1 ner of section 4, township 16 south of conrt. In Ocala.' fa.!

right doa to where he conk smell jih i Tho Empress of China, the crack II local in the county in attendance, meeting had been attended to three;'range 20 east tbence running north' ii-s-st. C. j MI.('}\ \ \JYflamf' :
,. tto and cuss i i'b. | candidates timidly approached and I'to the southeast corner of section 4, I I
ink and graaw press | liner of the Canadian Pacific Railway and twenty-nine 'delegates and offi War*.t Mar"n I'. Fie|
:! were given the initiatory degree into ;, township 15, south of range 20, east.;
Uve Oak DemNrat .
(aaokwe' engine. ;sank last week alongside her dock at I cials. : --- if!
this popular order, namely Messrs. thence west to the southwest corner!
iI j i! Vancouver B. C. The steamer had I The business session was opened of section 2, township 15 range 13. :i! NOTICE
I I E. C. Bennett L. F. Ballard and Geo.
about finished taking on a cargo of at 10 a. m. and continued until 12:30 i thence south to the southwest corner I ITo
Tuesday by !I i' I Blitch. They were then asked to I I
Key West voted wet I retire -| of section 2, township 16. south of
:, flour for the Orient when almost when dinner was served.At All WbriiUy r.r
.'ut1! ;ti majority. The few precincts ; I to the ante-room and there re-i range 19, east; thence east to pointof
: without warning she listed to one 1:30 Messrs. M. L. Payne L. S. l Be it trolr. rn 't-, ', I,
..11..... of Key West will reduce this j, main until after the closing exercisesof beginning which territory comprises -!
!I side the members of the crew having I Light, W. D. Cam and Mr. Bittinger ;! sections 4, 5 and 6 of township \; October !!. I'- To set' 1' ,t ,din* 4

A t,.ajt 17 to perhaps less than 50. This ,j jt..t I| barely time to escape. It was found !Hof the Star spoke for about two hours the lodge. as something else was ilC, south of range 20, east and sec- and Christian < 'r'1" ,. 'mss 1
,. looks like a Urge number of Cur I going to happen. This "somethingelse" !*tions 1 and 2 of township 16. south of
i that: several seacocks tad been left I when the business of the union was ; to all serivt " i'.u.- have mounted the "prohibition ;! was nothing less than a fine I range 19, east and sections 7. 8, 9. 16 | 1
\ open in some unaccountable manner I again taken Up and the following officers dastardly: hire r> 'ort r.m\ :: rrrtla
i oyster supper. Oysters plentiful and 117, 18, 19 20, 21, 23, 29 30 31. 32 and j
in.i wagon" !
{I and that the flood had poured into i were elected for the next year: i 33 of township 15 south of range 20, lion against Mr N-.t! : < aunt
in style served and of t
NOTICE !! the hold unnoticed until it was too i President, P. A. Snow of Pedro; vice every were I least, and sections 11, 12, 13 14, 23 24, Pla.i entirely nn'n-. kav '
course greatly enjoyed. Mr. Jake! :23! 26, 35 and 36 of township 15 south 1
late to do anything toward saving of Reddick
< president L. S. Light ; .proven by a >liablfOq..f.> .t.r.:
Brown was master of ceremonies, ; of range 19, east to be known as the;
t 11 occupational. licenses are due the vessel. The ship was valued at I treasurer and secretary G. A. Waters and this is always an assurance that i Cotton Plant special tax road district 1!Bryant Noble U in f'1 very ,

mi 1 lit day of each October. Your 11- :I $ ..500.00and\) the cargo was almost of Electra; organizer M. J. Wrightof I and to elect three road trustees to respectable gentlHBaa. **-i the fa-! ,

MhMt for 108 U due October 1st I'as much more. Suspicion rests upon Pedro. Executive committee: M. everything will be done to a queen'staste. I vote on the millage to be assessed.;report is only talked by people who I Ii
The lodge of Odd Fellows in
and collected for the next two years. j
1 r.<' ?/ Ktadly attend to this matter Japanese employed on the vessel- L. Payne of Fairfield; W. H. Martin are enemies of mr husband sad who
i I Ocala is steadily growing in popular.I 11-1. JOHN L. EDWARDS |i
at (tee or we will be compelled to and :Mr. Colbert: of Sparr; doorkeeper I jdo not know what they are taJkiax. i iI
Commissioners.If .
Headache | ity and membership and numbers Chm. Board County
fore these collections as the law direct Sick D. Grantham of Sparr; business I about, and I do object to anyoa Uk- I
This distressing disease results among its members some of the best j
*. This duty Is imperative. Thetas from a disordered condition of the agent, J. E. Thomas of Sparr; chaplain citizens of the city and county. the Star through its columns Iln? any farther notice of till I hIM

collector will issue the license. stomach and can be cured by taking Mr. Martin of Moss Bluff. Del does show the direful consequences report as it has beea proves *ttr4y

JOSEPH BELL Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver egates to the state convetnion: W. What is Roosevelt's game in send- that will befall Ocala if it should go false. Hoping tUi win a* la*! awl J

County Judge. druggists Tablets. Get and try a free it. sample at x all H. Martin and L. S. Light. The next ing Taft around the world? dry we are glad that the Star editoron all citizens will believe BM. I am

1:. I* CARNEY. 1O.4 1m. county meeting will be held at Pedro the stump paints an entirely dif Very respsctfeby! j

.; Tax Collector. Read Red Saunders. the first Saturday in next March. Read Red Saunders. I ferent picture. MRS. IDA B. NOBL>1S. t




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LITTLE LATE Hon. J. T. Lewis, Mate inspector of
1 One of the prominent features of i r
to be
who seems
convicts, is a man
FRANK HARRIS, Editor.P. The Tampa board of trade, in an improvements In Florida ia the paving especially created for the position.We A Boston schoolboy was t.I\\,

Caof V. Leavengood, Business Manager. article "On Temperance"-that's the of the: sandy streets with vitrified of <>
yesterday cDII
endurable had the pleasure! weak and sickly.
best and most "
issued man-
headed-has a
way It is making an inspection! of the state
r ifesto against the prohibition movement material. It has been about eighteen with 4
Gabriella in company
at !
first experimented camp >>
I Jacksonville
now being agitated in Hillsbor- years since Mr. Lewis! and Chairman H. 11. Dick- flab'-y. <

CIt ough county, as it is in nearly all the with this hardened brick that, mil-and son of the board of county commii- He didn't have a strong muscle In .us #(
t C I it proved so satisfactorily "
south. 1
counties in and the decided change In the ;
The Tampa board of trade, in clos- lions have been since laid here on condition of the camp since the reg- ) entire body. <

k. j' series of resolutions uses the streets, and there is probably no sub- <- .
irg a .
ime of Mr. Lewis was a revelation.The ..3
r stitute to be found for them. : who had attended
following language: Gabriella camp expects to move The physician
to ,. "Therefore, we condemn and deprecate We tried cypress blocks, then gravel V -
: shortly, and consequently the build for thirty! years prescribedScott's ..
the family :
I the present agitation in this shell, clay, etc., but none proved r :
have not been repaired, but the <
and all (but shell for Emulsion.NOV .
county seeking to bring about a "wet"or : satisfactory, :
could not
condition of the pirsoners
rF ..rr .Ljy I "dry" election, believing that the outlying roads) have been discardedand k-.
Mr. Lewis makesa ..
be improved upon.
I cit-
same would be detrimental to our brick succeeded them. Other <
- -- careful examination of the food, t ) / :
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1907 business interests and general wel- ies have tried one kind and another
beds and quarters, and since his appointment 1 "
fare, and call upon the people of this material, but none have approximated -
a !city and county having its lagrer interests brick, and at last all except the lat- has brought about a com- To feel that boy's arm you (
Tossums !in Gt-orgia are selling for plete revolution in the matter of hand- <
A at heart to use their utmost ter have been abandoned. Pensacolaand ; would think; he was apprenticed to a -
r.ftH'u cents apiw. Frank Stanton I the ling state convicts. He talks to each <
endeavors to frustrate the ends of Ocala are the latest to adopt \
is to keep a good individual and then to the entire :
it impossible blacksmith. '
lays residence in
i those misguided persons engaged in brick, and from our long I
Mato down. I with camp collectively, giving good advice j
and experience
I movement in Jacksonville
the prohibition
.this city and county, both within and I brick and other less valuable material and encouragement and has done \\H I ALL DRUGGISTS ; 5Oc. AND $1.00
Ik-low the Mason and Dixon line lie more to help these unfortunates than
I !, do not think there is anythingas
limits. we
without our I
IMyralan} Gelds for the overworked do- in Florida. Nothing escapeshis J 1"f (
any man cCtM.t.g.
cities of We think that the above remarksare suitable as brick. They can be removed )99aaOa) :
teatlcs of the on'.l'ollulat inspection and his reports are
just a little too sweeping and are easily for plumbing and other
the North.-Courier-Journal. the facts he1 I
made up embodying as
and relaid again in perfect
somewhat out of time. purposes

The cundidates' "coming out" con- A few persons may be misguided; I order. This cannot be done with any sees them. Anyone conversant with |

ttttoQ will be held at Ocala on NoTCBiber indeed, a great number of persons I other paving material, as the breaking the affairs of tba state understands i' Ocala House Wine
the status of the convict system several Roonjs.TRY
II. We are assured: that the may be, but after a discussion of this I of the surface destroys the sym- ) .
of view for and level of the years ago. It was a blot upon
H* flint will not be termed a place question from all points metrical appearance
the fair name of Florida that will
t.re "fools rush! m where angels forty years or more, and when city surface. t. f on l : ---
be eradicated. Governor Brow- -
trttr to tread."-Apalachicola Times. after city, county after county, and Brick are easy to keep clean, and never i

-- state after state, one after another: i after a heavy rain they look as if they ard has done everything in his power |

Of '-1' t* it I always a case of the declares it best: to part company with I had been scoured. This is a thing to to devise ways and means by which'the lLEGH11NY

ofict w, ;lug the matt, these days. the saloon it seems a little late and be appreciated from a sanitary pointof horror of this system could be OLD

Thftttt wby< au many politicians will .just a little bit bigoted for a little view as there is nothing demanding abolished. His greatest move in this

lie at Oral for the "coming out" con- gathering of persons constituting the greater attention as that which in- direction was_ the appointment of I .

.*...*... They want the offices to Tampa board of trade to solemnly res- sures good health. It will not be John T. Lewis one of nature's noble PURE flYE

\auw where to find 'em.-Lakeland o f I that the immense army engagedin many years before all of the streets, men, a man that has thrown his heart :

;\..wII.tkacrat. this work are "misguided." It is a at the present rate, will be covered and soul into the work of lesseningthe

-- sweeping statement and partakes with brick. Wood paving is believedto horrors of the convict system, and "

Alber'V.. Gilchrist, the I Itwta somewhat of the Pharisees of old. be unhealthy, as it rots and becomes he has succeeded beyond the expectations Put 4 full Qts At'

Jorda suit-Milan and avowedeaadtdaa' of the himself. The up
i I If the persons engaged in this movement infested with vermin and sat- governor

for governor, declines to ;I are "misguided," then the larger urated with polluted liquids. Many I state prisoners, men and women will Cartoons

Alt oa th* water wagon and shout for I number of the people of the southland scientific experts have declared this testify to the good work accomplished I in Fancy

MMe prohibition. Does this mean I many across the border have utterly I kind of paving dangerous to the pub- I by Mr. Lewis. He is a man upon

tM Albert prefers to be "in the gone daft. lic health, and it was during the cypress -I whom neither threats nor promises Delivered at
..,."Palatka News. I block paving era in Jacksonville I have any effect. His duty is to alleviate -

Rev. W. J. Carpenter the great that the people were so severely the deplorable conditions as he
The "coming out"onn'ntion in temperance preacher of Tampa recently scourged by yellow fever in 18SS. I found them and be has remained true i Express

011II November 11 will be a big prop- I visited the East Coast to assistin I That was the beginning of the end of I to his promise and today stands forth

..... All the candidates will bIn temperance work in Bade county. 1 wood paving here. Besides this, it I as a public servant who has brushed For SJJ.20:

lithe their glad rags. The woods While there he visited the dredges at. was hard to keep the blocks in proper off the barnacles of the iniquitous >
will ring with eloquence and the band work draining the Everglades, and in .I place and shape. system and restored it to the plane
"Waltz! Me Around I i
will Again
describing hisisit among other. : The hope is now that all cities in where no one will question the au,'

WUM.."-Fort 1'ierce News. I things says: "Both these dredges I II I Florida which have sandy streets will 'thorities of his actions. Mr. Lewis I I Regular $ J.oo a Quart Whiskey; write foi

out" convention foreaiidldates have their noses toward Lake Okee- brick-pave them and besides being a is the right man in the right place.- '
Tie "coming I complete Price list.
will be held in Ocala on chobee, and when that lake is reached step in the direction of good healthit Orlando ReporterStar.There i

there will have been completed a will increase the value of all prop-
TburscUy, November 11. A grand
work which will bring untold wealthto erty on such streets, and be an in- is a gratifying! renaissanceof
Sjr will this occasion be, and Ocala
will entertain all who go there with our fair state. I tried to picture ducement for immigration and capi- Mr. Flagler's East Coast railroad.It Ocala House Wine Rooms.

liOfior to herself. :Make ready and that vast area with homes, men, women tal. Dirty streets are a curse to any is now announced that not only is

tit on baud.Madison Uecoider. and children, school houses, town, and cleanly people never care the report of the suspension of the UCALA. FLORIDA.

churches, blooming flowers, fruiting to live in such towns.-Jacksonville work an error, but it is said that the
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\VoTe been waiting for somebodyto trees, productive lands and all the Metropolis.We vestibuled trains will be this season -- ---- -- :

t say "banquet." and rejoice that elements of an advanced civilization.It run away south of Miami and special TIlE

the gladsome sound is wafted from will come. To stop that work take issue with several of our steamship facilities added to make

Ok bt. There's a good feed being fixed would be nothing less than a public newspaper brethren. So far as we communication with Key West and

up at t'ie Brick City, November 11, calamity."-St. Lucie Tribune. are informed there were no state Havana speedier and more pleasant Marion Hardware ConjpaijyHKMM

far all the hungry candidates and editors troops during the civil wartheywere than ever before. It is added that ) )
e who can manage to get there all Confederate soldiers. If work on the through line will be

LAhlaDti :e\u. there were any state: troops they do i pushed right along, according to the
is an axiom of the successful that r MMTJM: --
fall under
not the Florida
------ pensionlaw. original plans, and that there is money -

The ieorgia railroad commission ability to acquire riches: 8 not necessarily To receive a pension under (that ( on hand to complete: the mN-r-

ltttt, IMMKH! order prohibiting free or generally, result from law a ,soldier must have served In the priKo-which is! not costing anymore American Wire Fencing,

trsha i-orlatloii of freight or passim-: the poBsesslon of braiim. To assume I VmfpdpratM army and must! have had than the first estimates.-Tampa '

gen h>' rnllroid/ ; within the mate, ex- ail: honorable! desrhorae. :News Sash, Doors and Blind*
that tliis lit true l la perhaps hardlyfair
ff't aM under. tin provision of tint ,
tu lilt few who HccutiiuiaU' fortune Paints Oils and Varntelwi(
11e111)nne IMW Kiwiiiliitf Intr-rstiilo I i lverything U now In r@adine,) for ,

F3ttlrlwrv'! Tin order nUu applies to while the many struggle i III< pu FURIOUS the ennMUteH1 "coming out" t' nven,
s ITChING II G GI Mill and
their luniithl)' hill and lull tu Mining SupfiHn L
I ,
*ipr*> ft fHimpanlw. Tim onUTB go MOD ID In held in <)eia; on Nm ember
ndllt\'u IIIJtlwwll'lIt'I'| nllhuugli ilisirrtv'rgIes
IMo .1..', January: 1. M. and the priiBH( movers in the novel Turpentine I '
ttlV put forth Will! U Will fut) I Snpplto,
affair J IMlior Prank HarrU of the
Tow Waiwiu i lit about to rnllctil their: labor* art twet'uniiig. Hut 11/1'1"-
i Ocala IJanuer and Editor Uutluat-r of Improved Parming .roo o
with timvrnor llokf Smith and I may he a crumb/ lit cui uniou| tul'
the Star, are doing everything in their
tea Ailanta Journal For; numilu! the I the needy !iu tUe news that un U.-U I .., GET
--- OUR
i power to make it a tutuuoruhlc uici- PRICES
trio IIa'" I bm IUton.hurl: of a mutual lunatic b u.aKiii; a furtune as a sheep l
dent in th j+ history of Florida.
Bleeding Sores Cohered. Her Whole
.I. .
Mwltaticu society Some people tra T.j '

aiv, tiufcvifi, ungenerous enough to j An inmate of an asylum in Donegalicouiily Body After an Attack of Measles Among the features of the day will be Marion Hardware
1: a banquet to the editors, high state : Company
sly Uiai It Tom could not get up a : has been dealing successfully -Nursed Every Nght; for Three officials, visiting candidates and many

oatruvt ray with anyone else he I fin :sheep: for the past six jears. Accompanied Weeks Nothing Helped Her. I
distinguished Floridians, which is i \:- -
would engage in one with himself by two men who acted as .:
i -- toad would become genuinely acriwnn- his keepers he conducted his business I r zrMataaali-..
I i festivities. There is no doubt I
'" too*. He is just that beligerant and with such ability that the keepers accepted THEN CUTICURA MAKES
f) : that a big crowd will be there.Melbourne H. A.
,,'r,. hiders with gratitude an invitationto COMPLETE L. Ii. Lang J. A. ItoutierAnnouncement
become his partners. The firm
Rue' "nest egg" of Florida newspa- has become so prosperous-the ma- I I
st 'It ii in The of the St. Peters-
opinion to appearance
my my duty join ,
Prank Harris of the Ocala Ban-I
pora. j uiac continuing to be the dominating those who praise the Cuticura Reme
burg Evening Independent is another
Bar may spring a surprise at the j member-that: it has acquired graz- dies. After my granddaughter of about I
demonstration that St.
i Petersburg is
seven had
'tooting out" convention by announc- jing lands and has a fat bank account. ,t l>een cured years of the I, marching along at a rapid rate. The "WV have j just purr'iaxrti' I tin- spi mlidK I ..-tl.imachi
>| iiiuiKflf tor of Florida.Mf. ey| | |
governor Ii Out of his income the lunatic paysfor measles, the was
Harr'H. on mot than one occas- his mainttenance at the attacked about a I I Evening Independent is a beautifully t'rv plant of tin 1"uugr anti ( Miti < ''''mpm> .

... Ban 'twen prominently mentioned I lives comfortably. Notwithstanding asylumand -I i' II fortnight a furious,later itching by I printed and well edited newspaper | arid solicit a >hare of the ropair work /tf M.nu .ui+l

to connection with( this important of- .1 and painful eruption !and is bright, breezy and as crisp as adjoining countifs. \Vo make
his business acumen he is still '+Lt a upecialty <>f '
l -pan HIK
I I all over her ( newspapers are generally made. Editor #
AM, and i'I be should announce his inluatioa 1 not capable of ruuiag at large with-\ / body especially 1; Powell knows how. He knows ste.un pumps gas en illf.S. t'tc.

of-euterius the race, the man lout running amuck I I t he upper nartcf Let D
the vigilanceof v..I '\ it formingi how to cater to the most popular us quote you price ..
who dff.vtwl iiiin would have to be I his partners: in their capacityas I ; \)watery and bleeding i taste and satisfy the most j
J1 ravenous
an earn 1 I Iser-ami this does not apple keepers remains as rigid as ever. II \ LI.. sores, e-peciully ,
: ender the I jor epicurean taste. We hope that
< ,alnbtrl:1iu'l'J.lttl Early A man who is perfectly sane, industrious arms,of considerable su.f.'. She:: suffered the Independent will with I. Ocala Gas EngineCompany
grow the
1' ailisou Recorder. + ambitious, often remains astriver. I Ii 'great deal and f r then weeks we I I
I town and that the town
nursed her evvry night! u-'ing all the will grow
N' NV .U DRR": will not '
play: A lunatic
about under I II
i goes remedies we could tnink of. Nothing with the Independent, and that
"'1,111.! d the fly" on the occasionof I guard, keeping no office hoars, would help. We then remembered I f. !
I1. out" I' an-I having hoard so :-u:,-h ...b<,ut Cutituralieineuies. will become mutually beneficial to
minis= convention. HeM the call of no enioloyer, \\> snt for them and after I each other. i 11B1.1L'e
'1. out in the form. I hour ,- teJ coasiv'er; ; .blo I : _" 'rte.1 -'JI.J
proper I fling iio risk of nervous!' url: ikdo\vu, twenty-four: w n < II 1 !

'I heart disease or paralysis and is al I II Ij improvement, :ell!, after using: only one I II j Dale: "-- ....
: complete: set: cf the Cutieurn; llemedifs!' county voted "wet" all right, .
lag convention farM
t.al Ocala on the llth j thriver. Is the ability to make money! 1 in much five to consecutive our joy,1"I;day t>;.-ntiro.'lycured> the !little one,, i but the whiskey people down in that I N4 ."44+4N4tu4I4444,,,O4et1i.4.,,.... ... ,ae1Na

laid 'res to lie an unique and I the result oi 'earnest endeavor or a I and has b vn well for a long time. Mr. i, neck of the woods received such a !
gift from Providence, for the lack F. Ruefenacht. II. F. D. 3./BakefEZ'9d! ,
!i scare as they will not i

ti-n m' 11'> Florid occasion It is in expected the political that jof i which those of us who do not sue- I I II I Cal., June Jo-cjau JulyO,19.I I for years to come. One recover of the most from Adding( ievt AGco mts 1 i

all tb. HdaU-s now out, and need i are no more blamable wan we i i prominent leaders of the "wet" cause
nearly: 4
.' vho expect to come out, i are for having blue eyes or red hair.Loufsvilie II HitoluR url FACE I, in conversation with a representative ,1 +

wH; -e nt at au meeting, and Courier-Journal. Cared by Cuticura: Remedies ; of the Miami Metropolis, has this to if We are constantly ad I|

that ay as W.o-w people will at- N'ar.uiictured In -Ot ala I i I i No Return; in 20 Years."My ;say: "We are ready to let you peaI 1 ing new ACcounts -

Mill 'tees the drbut of these Do you ..uow that we are making. when Ian of pie (meaning the prohibitionists) I and our business is
I son a Mif-n, wP.c | increasing at
lwits for name
1Dht1. :
political hraors. cement bi. .. In Ocala, which are superior -' troublt'Jith hunor ('a his face and your own terms as to how the j i iit
Tin I tM' ,f thin convention originated 'I after u.ing Caticura; Kerne lit'A he ( saloons shall be regulated, and
v !is )n. Frank Harris editor of (I make in las.L.s quality to any other freed from every: humor and hns continued will see that they are carried out.'Madison ."- | a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also j
of brick on the market, and we so to the Anent time after
UM [1r' Banner himself a much sell I twenty years have |ia>:4't.l. Your Cutic I New Enterprise.On be I III
I can them as cheap as ether makesin | might glad Is IsIi
End of vndhlat' fur governor. lIe large or small quantities.Ve also I I forn several S-er' has years U*and>n u I;ed Mare in faith my family in the I __ I Ii to join us. oc %seCOMMERCIAL

a' governor, but the Water
y if Wagon Good
thistlelateatk'i manufacture and have on hand hexagon i Cuticura Rein-d-s. :\. II. Smith, I
prove use success that Marion, Me., Dee. l, 1 Wi)." .Rev. Mr. McNam and Hon. W. H. I
blocks for .
rrtrw .....: .< a""H'f'. the honors that paving purposes.We ("om1'11'l e Extrrna.nd: internal Treatment tor Malone will address the citizens of
will be glad to answer all inquiries Every tumor of 1'1\1. f1llldr"n, II i
Mills eo M' lo him an the father of the and show samples. ("utJrurdUUHml'm or l'UIlPU1 liMitI',:,., ( jo. '0 ",and....1''''voids the :-kln.eone Key West on the subject of prohibi- \ i :
) Heal ttskin. BANK
....mrat will lw worth n and('utiura -
r more to him WOOD IAR ( !went tiiOr I. SAND AND Canted I'lIl4. 251'
STONE CO. lJ"r vial. I off+J) tv Purify the kl 11'od..
the K Sold thl'llIih..ut
tboan ornorehip the Grinnell
-Palatka .ort.J
rotor<< Drug k Cbetm streets, at Garfunkel'scorner
.r P. 0. Box 95C, l'\1rp y.le I''II& lI"01un, MaBtOI
.- f't.... 101tf.. Ocala, Florida. .r Mailed: tree. Uuokkt cm Skin: lIwnors.obj5 7:30: o'clock. Everybody in- : OCALA, FlliNNNI11N11N11111111111 ,
I *
vited.-Key: West Citizen, Oct. 21 t'/
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SETTLEMENT : ---- -::; -


-- Educator Growers for Everybody

By Brotherhood of Man Under Christ's Religion---Mr. Watterson' ---- -- --- ,
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Suggestions to Norton Institute.MVfHMHt Why Called Educators; Dr Johnson was engaged in the practice

of dentistry orty.two years, and was

brought in contact daily with persons whose teeth showed the ill effects of white flour

C',,.,. + Itr Mm COUltmtllV- point of fact upon two plantations In TIT I few; him honotitl ystruggllng to I foods and loft preparations which needed no mastication This led him to resolve

Must of Mpkefeta' N *rWm tfnlfprMty, Tenuesscl'-wher Plarory eilaled 'In raise his children to a condition bet upon doing all in his power to call the world's attention to the need of chewing better
tke rotte fl\* nelnml
a. 1..1'114| at CaveIsWfrAstoJftsl Its complete, but also under Its better ter than lila Hence It la
own. a food thoroughly. The significance of the EDUCATOR led its
i..fcAiUI teaml tr more : : name to idop
ew w risj i VIP I v*rp n i j has
| I aql'l'tt"' and conditions. From the pleasure tot me to LIJ b'ru tonight to
HMMINI a N+.l wflt" In Hilt wtutn' ." I tlltsl dnwuliigs of tion as a trade mark, which is secured by copyright and patent ,iml Is .1 guarantee
t trati Il1t'HiilItlCl'. tliuEM what 1 FPU before lUll around
Itaa "t hmrt, kftfrt' awl| h It tti.f| thhIntNrI whk'JI' I t tin'iiiWr, the 11h'llI : mi, and ID fecilltak' you UfoU' such a for the purity and freshness of all foods sold under that\ namediicalorloaslerotto .
is M.tltlttpliy. ,.spM ht'41 a HH1I.W-
IIf'f'I".l to the uiotiBtroiM. "If ;tl" 'ry showing fof jroiirpt'ltpg snit tfo tu>blIllftl <<
i 4sHI... t......*, t.at ktllkt, I
U .
whin*, Mall Mncohi 'wllJlhl till lull i'fdiilillpli! liIM, : *!h'llI
.tISI......M............ rirtretass, t..h' t.....11 1 104 v IO'lIt". "I I tlmueht, rttnl tit o I IIdliiL Nllflllll [ '

h.M .1 .btt *ttt*..i. .hia witnh, au"l lIfw TlidihumN. of loan fiMmlif ninl i luciiior I ( \Wiiff. '

het I.$NNut .NISI assist. writ for fell nit Ui' Lnltfrltrttlr! l pl.1.| t III t OnVnr .* livery Man to sue Vocstlon The Only Crscker of IU Kind Ever

tiN ..r1',.... I" ........iNN. I lalgl'.llllaII \ of M.'tJIIMVIII' l ht.tlll||iuiit,! 'lli 11 Tim wo" quHblluu', I U "IIIJ Ieiy 1''llrIlits Made: fiwtet In flavor, yet| bsswe.4...!..ii

._.,, Its ik.. ,INat1141k. $. ttlMeftfifctHM 'lattru WHIM/ (thug; R4 did WftaltlHJJIliH! ,Hfl'tJrltiTMiii I niftttur of that, lifts I la a 11I1111\1') ( Latnaddition to the EDUCATOR brittle In I"Iur., y.| teatwrteshl''
.ff ill* wiirli .M ,UftM II"WII. I
and! till! K t nth"'jiu-n of Virillnla WtH-IKM "CIHIIM, HJllllli-r WM art goIng
.< .%i. wi.i| mndti thu l nt10' rlcanrtlHtl1l wo Know not. Tl!*' negro you :
Buttered, Toasted and Salted. Pos
4tgt' I N?.1 I t HMM. .N4 Ik et hr".M till II.I will\ iiniieratand that I buy negro ua I "
sesses a charm and fascination wholly Cracker. Nothing like ,it for wits
hasA It'. !.... .Nalltylr.Heat. Wlu-u HIM -
I 1i1''nn.JIIt'rlcl1l1 revolution would, say Uriton, or J' piiin.. ah u
'a' its own; deliciously delicate and
Wa twIUN 4.liv.r.d this I caniB to pass liberating, as by a racial designation! anti) not I as a nirUnamo crisp. travel.I Once tried I always I tf*.... I
.pflIr,..N. nddisM of Uu.is ev.ntNg. ntldascu single whit .
lit of the sward, nearly four -tho negro is:: thought to b+' '-
.........._ ___...
.n.a..Aw.1.9 '0..s..n-.S.
tr 4 > Mikjiic1, "TlM (t.taw ('un- i million blares from bondage, my sentiment pecially imitative. All of us un

Ihi fMtn' the .t.MlaNliit u( a friend itt frt'fdom was In excess of more or less hutlath'I'--IHtrtil'ularly

of 111* tt ffm Mr Wattomm WM IntrMtH my si nee of the magnitude and! the the ultra smart set of high hocietv -

1 '..4 toy 4' H H rrl*.., prttaldent i. complexities, of tho event. I acc"pted which, on the seaboard, imitates the I Fruited Educator

of the .al.Nttr, who. r'f..,.....J lu )Ir. I lli hltuatlon. Tho thriH last amend little It Knows about the English IIUlItr Made from EDUCATOR FLOUR.

Want t..*rg as A typh-aj KniturklanM0 mats to tlat oonalltution I <|t.c-lart.11] !!! and in ita; intrrturliaieer 11 1 I Creamery Butttf and the finest selection

iw o* w... BII Ki smeiiian., to bo tho actual and final treaty of : can find out about the smart net of of Carabuna Raisins As this

talb. *.ktt. MMl bbek. could well lwprmHl peace between tb north an>l the i iiOlJth. iI I the seaboard. It is an unfortunatecluiract grade of fruit is not used by any other

I Mr. WAlttnuQ Frills aa folT It was my opinion-based on iristic of imitation to take for # mnaufacturer In the country the

Iinltr feeling not on Knowledge or judg- its examples rather the bad than the Fruited EDUCATOR for richness In

>.- pinpla .f Ute shed States ment-that given perfected citizenship good: of whatever attracts its admiration '( flavor and cleanliness has no equal.A .

M4 ..bHi I May tk* |H op). of the the newly-liberated slave would or its envy. "Jess like white substantial dainty for luncheon, and

.'......, sisals I ..M .ll tk* ptolle'l b
Nock an-

1ft hats HO Kr ..t.r tami to meet I I that ensued I devoted my energies colored smart set of the colored Four
MI lark- r i-*ul l*.ui to solve than that I I toward the hahilitation of th' Hundred. Now, for my part 1 :scarcely -

tvktrh *<** by the name of the race 'j black man of the south as essential I think much more of the colored I
i Golden Maize Cracker Educator Graham Cracker
qurstha. Tb tiatltutkia of African..to the pacification of the white men Four Hundred than I think of the Caucasian J

Rievet\ u gunl ua all thank (lots of the north and south. There are Four Hundred, who live for Just the cracker for a hasty lunch This is an unsweetened Graham

for thai'bat the African we have I black men still living in Kentuckywho vanity and pleasure, and who, if they
I Cracker. The addition of a II little
r till .nh nHe. la with u ID evertatrrniKiac cannot fail to recall the contestwe can't go to heaven in their autouio- tr eon. .A tissue builder and a flesh
shortening renders it readily comminuted
nuMbnetu He U here wMay .1 had with the elements of disorder hUes, don't want to go at all! former. Its abundant food properties

My .r. tells w quite a few of masquerading as the Ku-Klux Klan Every shoemaker to his last the I which makes It particularly
and pleasing fiavor have made the re
Abut at ib present ptom.mt. and I am long after the disbandment of that saying hath it, and that say I, each! i good for children too young to thoroughly

ajetec to talk to klm. u to a neighbor I dread organization in the states south mother's son of us to his vocation Golden Maize a very popular EDUCA masticate a water cracker. It

aa4 fH.>... aamaktat the troth ax I i lof us, the struggle for the admission whatever it be. Men in their places I" TOR. is slightly laxative

a* ablr in see H. (lot negro testimony to the courts of are the men who stand. I
t{ law-in point of fact the stubborn "Honor and fame from no conditionrise I -
pis LatI.re RM>*ntibleo fight for the expurgation of the old ;

,ke t. MTtloM of tM American I(. black laws from the statute books of Act well your part-"

I'UI1Ia E.'f to ... bHCtralBg Jointly the commonwealth-narrowing: itself The lines may be something musty LokaocEkYPoi

f ..u-tlk' far African atavcry. Or- I down even to the right of the negro but they are even truer now than

tglMNy slavery e tiatwl both north I to ride upon the street cars. Happily, when Pope wrote them two hundred

alts as sib. TH Afrtcaa wan brought this state and this city escaped the years ago amid class favoritism:: and

.... in mirtliHni aaipa.Vhn. the I many evils and dangers which wouldsurely caste distinction, uncontested and I BROS.
174 CLeRK( Prop.
north f,grad nave tabor unprofitable i have followed if the extremism immovable. "You cannot make a silk ,

It taM it' gisvr. to the youth which .of those dark days had prevailed.liecause I purse out of a sow's ear," the familiar

I I/ta&i... I aVnvlit it |*n ataMo. I it did not, we have had no aphorism tells us. No more can I a Florida

bpi' a*..r absurd that the north failt : race war or serious racial conflict, you make a musician or a poet or a lOcal

11I& put the BHift.f It got for its hire In Kentucky. Reasonable white lawyer, or a doctor, out of material ... -: w ." ... ,-- -. u
; : __ .'! : : .J. .. .. J. 4.. _. of .. J.--
aiIT.... t.t<. It* ork.-t. It.. to the gloVlrflnU IK-ople and reasonable black people that was heaven-sent and eartbmeant ;.co.. '* -t1 ."' -- .Jt ,_ r -r _
.., ..... ...14int that when find it easy to get; along much as if for blacksmithing, dray-driving --- .-- --- --- --- w..r.-,

t.>i1'- .._. to the federal there existed no color line. Each is and plowing.All so fair an outlook, as in the Southern where he is not wanted ; true, self. ,

gaaraairst. she aUa.tetf>d that huM inspired by a sense of duty to the of us are the creatures of evolution States of North America. respecting men dismiss the very IWHMAHiCONDITiOHJ' g

slavery ilia.M sorer step foot i other which under the benign influence and education. The white races I thought of it, going their own way. l

*11(+us At (ant the ,...Uutiuft of AfiiwMtat I of religion and humanity, may seem to have got along faster in the The Local Affinities hoeing their own row and giving W
j blossom into the old domestic re- great eternal plan than the black rac I praise to God that their happiness is 1 +
rbislt ......., | IMr a rtrtwwin. war, sad, after this,I lotions of confidence and affection, .I es. Why, I cannot tell you. It Is a I and because no matter what any- I within thmselves and beyond the i ""OtIIy,. D

MM. It Mme 4lMov...... that atavo la- the ownership clause succeeded by a .i simple fact, obvious to all of us, that body says to the contrary, there is a I reach of any man, be he white or I, CUR I ; EI

1st had hers an spare. pro table In inanho clause, at once just as Europe and America are fur common bond of association betweenus. :i black, king/ or vassal. SALT t cAtur SICiI vc normtcww 1Ir..W R

UN- ,.*ii t than la th. aortll.a log and reciprocally n'sp(sear-respect-\\ ther advanced in arts and arms than Never can the white man of the Go then hence tonight, uplifted I, ,PMrt0vTtS1ar .- .
... ... I r/Nr toot r t w .e p.tlaoet tot
I .Africa are the Europeans and the did t.ar ,r/st I.s .
south forget what the black man I -
bitterness flntO.n.rl" !A, -u_i 00"' >,- ..:; it s
Try *ntf't Cr*:i of Gtery I What Shall We Do About It? I(Americans ahead of the Africans in during a war waged for his freedom; TIl ""AN'S IS IIOT A'000 ..t*" < *Vt>..imIC.nl .
UwrHV; amury of agitation and J Hut, friends and neighbors there the developments of modem culture.As and what he might have done. Never supreme but this love of God measured I'I (ivl tt..In A Tlukl 2SCINTSJerry /kl Uvt "t4iu""*'-,>

U/a ami** lb' whites. about are bad white men and there are bail this ought not to bt the subject of should tlv black man of the south I by man's love for man-even as I I (.11JjI. '.T) .u.IIU'AC.JI/IIfO IIY

tbr bla<'k* "torHim' with tile aupprea14if I Mack men, there are foolish white vain-glorious! exaltation among the I forget that he is the weaker in the it was revealed to the good Arabian 8: STEWAnT.rusMAKERMtAN

.1. for \frfc-aa tave trad. to cul- t mm and there are foolish black men. whites, it should not be considered or i race toward perfection and! for a long I sll'pl'r-in that exquisite poem of ,. ,
1It."I. .itt the proclamation' of and what are wo going to do with felt as either a humiliation or a reproach time must look to the white man for Leigh Hunt with its equal blending ----- -

-i.oats |I'*". .. .rho hehav- This our planet, would be a heaven should become so the future would these reciprocal obligations and interests
I pl'' \1.1 "I.+ sh't" ptr.1. "About Hen Adhein may his tribe increase -
r.i lb. n' t"- hi"CbrtHtlau. men and Indeed, If all of us were wise and I be dark indeed for both races. Each that the two races will reach I : Merchant

.0Nit sal I t if ca.hrh" ahonM .u4dttub :|' uootl. Hut. If all of us were wise and needs to grow in grace, but it is my I an institutional system of living and !j Awoke one night from a deep dream
,ike orld should good why each of us would be ten belief that each can and will thus doing entirely satisfactory to both.
hulls. In- tutti! and j I of peace,
Nme u. a" .ml. this bless d Instant.y !feet: tall, and beautiful and educated grow in grace here in the south first Nothing is to be expected from the I And saw within the moonlight in his l1ailoi'ing.Ocala i J i ;.

a htt' man mlibt. .be found and rich-above all mark you-rich. of all and most of all, and within lines I rushing hot-house process, or from room, I Florida.
his None of us would have to work; just plainly fixed by God and nature leading artificial arrangement; everything
.:...st ___ u f>m* tbi' Heronting Angel. : only to loll back in the shade of summer to that ultimate peace that pass- is to be hoped from nature left bloom I Finest Imported and,

of this. and eat watermelons, and to I eth understanding, when the lion and to herself-unvexed by misdirected I Domestic Cloths. ,
Tarn 0'Kht' in lw very proud An angel writing in a book of gold:
ll .. uiMt.* your point of de- snuggle by the: roaring log-buaps of : the lamb shall lie down in harmony. political considerations, uninfluenced '
',1.' ti i> Exceeding peace had made Ben Ad- ( 'ut linl: a ''1teN'i i..lty
pBft.r. 'in t that soul jotmae, from winter and tell fairytales, with an- !by outsiders teaching false philoso hem bold Fit* fj'lHr..n' St
gels to wait upon us. That is the We Are Bound to Live TogetherWe plies-simple justice and kindness t
toward perfectionrrtlrh
f; \to frets And to the presence in the room he --- --- - -- --
that accept promised jubilee. I am afraid it is a may not escape our manifest presiding over the ordinary laws of
r> i..br st a1 l tit thtiaw I I said Xci : 'F'lE'drill ./Al'Cd
for tkrtr mb, (if III. and ....... the good ways off yet. Meanwhile, both II( destiny. Neither of us can get rid of common honesty and common sense. "" "hat writest thou?" The vision
crucified! waiter and summer most of us, very The in Africa has scarcely II _,.3zLfr ...: t'!'''.'' ..
and him I negro
r-t.t 't) of t'brui the other. Schemes to that end how- raised its head ,
nearly all of us, have to work; andeven i burst the chrysalis of the primitivestate ;'f".::..: . .
l --
ingenious wholly And with a look made of all sweet ac- ,ii'"t; f ;; ;
... twt.n' the few who have nothing to do ever are visionary. of man. In America he is yet I I cordAnswered t ( Ptl'l. If' :-1fti' 's'"

.. M*., >. ara' acu, .Itbla the circle but sip custards and clip coupons, to ,Since this is so, let us take accountof I.in. a state of racial childhood. As he "The names of those who v-. : --_wv-i,......,..*..*"'.-.YWW*-. Nrw' i f

tL 4'i .f a hay rrMd ,w. overktuktig MM of : play policy and to beat the races, are what has been done these forty realizes this the faster be will grow, I "' lore the Lord." FUNERALDIRECTORS

tar 1t,4 avraiara of WaabIaltosCMy not the happiest What then is best 1 years of freedom. I I the quicker he will learn, the sooner "And is mine one?" said Adhem. "Nay

I va' iilnlBf with a party of for us black and white alike? For I I stand here tonight to declare that I the will reach his racial_ manhood. In I not so,"
the be sure the interest of one race is the world has never witnessed any !less than half a century he has done .
........ Wf hal bt.-. awwit.: taut ."..n. as if to punctual the Interest of the other race that I such progress from darkness to light j I wonders. Before the century we :I low, | ._ -
he neither can prosper if either suffers.I as that which we see in those districts I have just begun is half over, he will Ha\r a full i;,"'k nf < ,i1.i; I's.k.li
acroaa I
oar 'I..r'" i ru I But cheerly still and said: "I pray i j
and white man- must tell you, after forty years in too south where the negro I have done greater still. He has yet Mid' Uuiiiii 1 ilu til;*. 'i I K.t "' i
ft1ut bas k man a thee, then |
Bu ,
altercation which of experience and observation and reflection I has had a decent opportunity for self.1 i'and upon an extensive scale to learn I rutft\"H"f'
.' red .tlMMi an I Write me as one that loves his fellow :
that I think we began wrong. I development. Look at Jamaica-near-.j i habits of method and order; habits II I men." 1 Embalming} !) to artier
eon-pica I We put the cart before the horse.: sly a century of emancipation the negro -. ;, of tenacity and acquisition; habits of The angel wrote and vanished. The ---- --- t

alb ab.sat A rip WM formed. Four millions of poor black people,, | at a standstill-look at South Africa -. i sustained industry and sobriety with- I next night '=

awl .n irwr Maraaii of Queea.berr7 with some centuries of abject slavery .I riches piled on riches, the negro -, ;,out which no race-white, red, brown I lIt came again, with a great wakening: a ft.,.h ,
email but and many ages of baric night behind still a savage and less considered: lor black-or any individual man- & r lit
the r.<. war ar" a light, I h *fc' '
Ice were not equal to using the than i the animals-yet it is England I laS .'
there' them can get on and prosper.
&a ''I!I.' ... ...' wa taea and I And showed the names whom love of
illustrate freedom that came to them so sud-' i that prides herself: on what she has; I j "
I. "tql.. .at T..kiaf this to 1 God had blessed r".s '
I" 'denly. :ln 'l'5lWciaUy the ballot with 11: done for freedom and the black, man. I The Religion of Brotherhood '
eoaverattkio one -- ---- --- I
ih- IIh""t4tod And lo! Ben Adbem's name led all i
t.nawdtate atkal, prudence or intelligence. Ho- could:' Let the negro go to any New En;- He is a bad white man who will not I
atIWfIl (MirapMrt group I the rest"Following .
<.ily"whi. ..........t ul the reply. ', they? I ( on't blame them in the j(land community and try to get em- I help L: ::' neighbor black man when I at.b.y \ -. '- .i't t n. So' .r-,,rt,19,

+. h ,.. fee the M-ater or the least. On tb contrary. I sometimes j iployment. Barred on every hand; Ii i that neighbor black man shows the I Mr. Waltersou's speech 11.cert.u": ,. .,. 'w".a i ,IT ,r'. ,"< o' 'i ;.t'f1c ,
Irishmas. ... II... M eminent stttesmaa '' wonder at th..ir self-restraint. As, j I Plenty of sentiment, but no work. I spirit to help himself. He is a bad Prof. C. C. )Monroe of Lexington editor .: .. 't'< i,ll mkkr OU.t.r-i') < ,1 t'J -b Oft; t

il' ..... south who answered: :during the sectional' war they were !j There are regions north and west I black man who cherishes hatred in of the Southern Teachers'\<)- Ic. .. .. J' "r. ui'a1.:.t d.a1.login. ...t t.1)11. +y.k .

"gi'r'l Mwv I deride that I should: faithful servants, remaining at home which I never knew slavery and were i hi') heart against: the white man be- cat dplivered an address on "Feder See Ajia'tttl ffo tc.uc.r:

like M /aw which hM the right of i, and tilling the fields and taking care 1:I a unit for the Union where the negro cause i he is a white man. lie is a ation and Service." He referred to d D. :J. rtr.HT; ft CO., I
:t.1I". _
IT Mf'wn attitude toward tbe ra'i|I of tie women and children so since j jis! refused admittance. He is told to foolish black man who thinks because Mr. Watterson's address on the "Race ; :: ; :
:.. ( ...t.L ..
rial M<.....a has always ground! Ustf j i i the war. according to their rights I move on. He is what the president I the mirage of social equality which Con9ict"! by saying that the negroes u 11

In tfc- principle. I want they have tried to be good citizens. I'glory I described; the other day as "an undesirable would prove a curse rather than a i were ready to meet him more than
mars I I' mm BOTH PAPER
iMMhti for wt-lf alai children, :It I In every step of progress they citizen. Turn southward; I blessing, is denied him that the white 1 half way in solving the problem. The
which I tn give to you have made-and they have made !plenty both of work and wages for all I man hates him. Social questions the I exercises were interspersed with instrumental i A moth destroyer and disnfeet.nt t II
ready i
asn ant > Placed under carpets, or In the tons(
tad )mr cbiMr'j.Soffit !. many strides-from that day to this. I who bring tranquil minds and willing; I world over create their own laws and vocal selections by of furs and clothirg, It Irlvej sway"
I Tenaperreentally ever for the under hands. Bad people, slothful people, I land settle themselves. They cannot the band and the choral union. A I moth and worry Twelve sheets In 4

f fj Personal Experience dog-a crank about personal liberty get on nowhere; but nowhere on the the forced. It is idle anywhere for large crowd was present, and heartily I six packet packets, carriage S3 cents prepaid, If druggist 19 rent dose. IJ

I 6+a-wd brassy ef ray boyhood days if I am a crank about anything my habitable globe has the liberated (I anybody to contest, or quarrel with applauded the points made by the not have It 11

HaaUtten in T..nIle-ssee-ln heart goes out to the black man wher- slave fared so well, nowhere has he 1 them. No man should want to go speakers. I Madigan Powder Cltrksvill Works. Iowa., Stltction SOt ''t j j

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AN EDITORIAL THUG 'the railroad commission in order that 1 1- -

!.| reasonable rules and restrictions

Dhss For some time past notably since ''could be imposed upon them, and

I tar opportunity offered for him to voted for the franchise tax bill introduced 1I

turn his coat and thereby secure the at that session.
IJ state printing contract, Claude L'Engle \ This does not look like activity in
raMtat" editor of the Tallahassee Sun 'favor of the corporations, but in this r1 ,
It. his lost no opportunity to traducethe ;case L'Engle came about as near telling : I II II.I
leaders of the conservative faction -: the truth as he usually does in j I.I'

1oa ,/ of the democratic party in the dealing with public matters. jPursuing I j r
.. .
fit state and the newspapers that support :1 his tactics of misrepresentation :
leto that faction. He Las charged'the : further he says that, at the I I --=..;-.-....-.-..r.-.. :=
I newspapers referred to with betas session:: of the legislature in 19oT, tt r II"
"oted." "subsidzed" and "infiu- editor of the Telegraph voted against
f'o eed" by the corporations, and in bills that were in the interest of the I 1 !

Lid Mrium bad! even gone EO far as p-ople and cites the bill prohibiting 1

'Ta. to .y that the people of the state railroad; passes, the bill creating aI
1 bat been corrupted in behalf of the :bureau of labor, the state life insur ;; thlatat Nrr

MSdMates of the conservative ele-I I lance bill and the drainage bill as in- .I II
Iet of the party. This looked to ,stances.
tfco Telegraph very much like a I! As a matter of fact the editor of
-tadful condition of affairs, and:the Telegraph voted for tie bill prohibiting =

b9Mlag purity in polties as being of ;| the giving of railroad passe-
partmrmm importance, we ventured 1 He voted against the other thre- WE WILL ON

i. Inquire into the matter somewhat.I' The bureau of labor bill meant rL- \.
Wto knw that Mr. L'Engle had only i creation of anew office and the '\- '
t ikort time ago notably just prior I penditure of several thousands <.r 7
to the state printing opportunty) es- :dollars annually to maintain it. !It 'l L )

panted the cause of the conservative I| meant an additional burl of tax;,- r t I
1 f
'tion the without retur.iI : 1' 1' 0 w
Ztetion and given ardent support to on people any
Hi candidates. From a somewhat in- !t I to them and was not, therefore, ir.
thMlt acquaintance with the young I II I'their interest. The state life iasur 1. \_ J '"

!.. v. felt satisfied that he was !:ance bill meant tbe immediate expenditure .t

tnlide of plain, ordinary clay, like the I of thousands of dollars in a .

Nis of ui, with all the human weak-I business experiment and the editor of '
MNt.I for temptation, and remember-I this paper thought taxes were already Red Rock i inaugurate a plan that will be by far the most 1

11. too, that it "takes a thief to high enough without taking chance
watch a thief we went direct to him I lof that kind. The drainage proposition Gingf-i' Ale and pleasing event that has happened *-

wttfc a aeries of questions respecting !' had been discredited and kicked ......-- sr. saa- generous
tee amount and the source of the out by tbe people themselves when
HtBey, if any, he had been paid for they had a chance to vote on it. In .. is pre-eminent here for many a day, Our store is
Mi support of the candidates of theatanrvaUve Bradford county only 96 people voted: ,
faction in the last cam I for it. So it will be seen that the eil'itor among: nonalcoholic stocked to its utmost capacity with brand new

ptitn. After all be had said on theObject '! of the Telegraph kept faith with beverages.It .

of subsidized newspapers, we "the people and voted strictly in linjj has: the highest kpurity
I arrived and of We
__rally expected to hear from a story -j with their interests and wishes. L'En- and most superior goods just every variety :

of "influence" that would turn the !gle to the contrary, notwithstanding. quality: po-
mete top >'-turvy, and the editor of j I But his attack on us serves to dem- sible t" produce. As ? must sell this stock a littte faster than the civ
the Telegraph had already mapped |:onstrate what we have told our read- a'.k i: : it is!,: .* a plan for resolving himself into ;ers all along-that the "corporation" .. .t in th, ..-relief ?:.d 1
t'1 VI v, r,c'n: of is wgesti'J:1EL : dinary business would allow, as we really!
a purification society rampant. But, cry, when sifted to tbe bottom, rat ; d :;*vcr causes eonst-' 5
Ij and behold Claude has knocked :absolutely no foundation. It is the : 8
%r anticipations into a cocked hat. subterfuge of a crowd of politicians Ch.p imitations may have too much and to do this we have planned ,..
To our questions he replies that he !jwbo have little to commend them to be ha 1 t. L_: none are as 1
receives such money. He modestly i the suffrage of the people and make rich in th.t ginger flavdr, and schemed and hit
ro, ai sparkle and beneficial : finally upon a plan
owns up to having contributed i this play to popular prejudice to cov- l effect as Red RocK
jwre brains and more labor to the !Jer up their deficiencies.-Starke Tel-
wpport of the conservative candidates .I egraph. everywhere er small that is certainly a treat for you It is some
botuts or Oc a glass from bottle
than all the rest of the papers I '

caAbi&ed corrupted, or but procured avers that by he them was not or J J! TALK OCALA BROUGHT"COMING ABOUT OUT"BY THE The Red Rock Co. 'J expense to us but we want your trade andmust

Mr friends, but supported them becaase CONVENTION i, Jacksonville Fla. \
he "honestly believed they I I have it. Now listen and we will unfold

were the best men offering for the orflees. Commenting on the coming out convention I

." Now, there has been no in Ocala next month as arranged to you a page of the most pleasing literatureyou

change in these men since L'Engleave I by Editors Harris and Bittin-

them his ardent support, and ger, the Pensacola News in a recent /VtT 8\ have ever read It is as follows :
"hon tlf believed that they were the _Ria3HfOCK'5
I issue makes some pertinent and interesting I
hest men offering for the offices," except II II
1I 1-: that they have, no doubt, grown t remarks as follows: I I N mA. Beginning on the i2th day of November: } and
wiser l and better. At every turn, at I "Unless there is something doing"pretty Cj

It'ut they hare shown themselves I soon in the announcement line until
if* faithful and efficient! servants of the | there will be very few candidates at I BROWN & BRO., Wholesale Distributors ; lasting Christmas Eve we will give away

( ., l*'ople. The change is in L'Engle. I the meeting, as only a few of them i Ocala, Fla.
a He has suffered himself to becomean I have definitely announced their can premiums to our patrons. The premiums con.f t
would meet them at Ocala,
editorial thug, ready to sand-bag didacies."In .
the senatorial race there is while Barco would come out of the sist of Bracelets Necklaces
anybody who does not see fit toe I Exquisitely jew
x were every time the officials who Senator Mallory and John Beard of woods in Marion and be able to singin I II I

have the giving of the state printing 1 Pensacola, and in tOO gubernatorial the chorus.It I eled Hat Pins, and Talking Machines
contract take snuff. His acknowledgement I race there is only Jeff Browne of Key would be a glorious meeting if i
that he did purely! from good | Vest and Albert Gilchrist of Punta all the would-be candidates could be With of
motives what he now charges thatothr ,I Gorda. Hudson Burr said at onetime invited, but if they are to be left outwe every purchase $2.00 or more we
i that "at the time" he would suggest,; that they be notified
newspaper men, and citizens proper will]
of other vocations, too, for that matter I would announce his candidacy for i of this fact at once so they present you with one of the above mentioned

mere corruptly procured to do,!governor but evidently the "proper might have the opportunity of getting I
l>revi his duplicity and must makeIt ':time" has not arrived, as nothing has into the "announced class" in time to : Hat Pins.
i iI
plain to every right-thinking, pure- i'been heard from him along this line get to Ocala for the grand meeting ,

nteded man that his insinuations since that time. I i With every purchase of $3.50 \\4
I Great Prohibition Victories in Illinois or more
Md inuendo are utterly groundless-, "Tbre is no opposition to Spark- I
itt they are, in fact, tho vaporings of man in the first congressional district, Chicago, Nov 5.-At the fir&tt will present you with a Bracelet Necklace.
a low flung mind, bent by considera- and none to Frank Clark in the sec of the new local option law made m \,

tloan of business, to an effort to dam- ond district. In the third district Illinois, counties not under township You can select one from 100 different
aEge the character and thus destroy candidates are included in the com i organizations, sixteen counties \"ou-d styles. .
tft Influence: of the and the ing out convention then this
ttwp aJ'f'n in this state who do not part of the state could send Congressman I degrees.for prohibition The clai in mwas various made forms at mid and VYlth every purchase of $25 or more we !

m IB his n-w-found friends the in- Lamar, Jeff. Stephens and Wale .1
night at the headquarters of the ami will
Cftntation of political wisdom and vir- ter Kehoe. : saloon league at Springfield that in r give you good Talking Machine and five
tM. I "In the governor's cabinet only one
j the sixteen counties voting today :.T tl Columbian ':
Having wrung from him the admis-I j member has announced positivelythat I saloons had been forced out of bu.,i- I Records.That's .
taa that brands his editorial slops he will be a candidate for reelection -
t i ness and that &0 per cent. of the trri.
the article of -Holloway Alacbua, and who all.
99 genuine
hypocrisy we | Remember
.I tory affected had been "dry. i I these not
MW paw to the equally easy task of is the chief of the educational depart- are
At Jacksonville 32
Iovteg that he is an editorial thus ,ment of the state.i I'' wmvo cheap goods. The
ted out, and at Duquoin the temperance Pins and Bracelets of
who dee not hesitate to bear falseMtimofly i "In the railroad commissioner's I are
I I forces won by 2C votes In
( in furtherance of his nee i race there will be Jules Solomon, and f
I Southern Illinois counties the mining heavy oxydized
ffrriooa "work. To do this we have to Royal Dunn and Senator Jackson. towns, without exception, went "dry.TimesEnion. ; ." gold l plate and made in the
90 BO further than to oppose truth "Now, if the program committee of .
: latest
atalntt his utterances.la the Ocala meeting will only includein i iI I, very styles. The Necklaces are loner awl(
replying to the Telegraph'stpwwttons its list of invitation all those men ;,

z he could not lose the opt -[whose names have been prominently ; PROFESSIONAL CARDS I of large pearl designs. The Talking! Machinesyou t )

*rt <y to indulge his proclivity for I mentioned in connection with the'various 1I I W. H. POWERS, M. D. .
dirt) inuendo and proceeded in hisbest offices, a full house will certainly I ; can drop in and hear talk
style of knavery to cast asper- result, and it might be the means i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON any time you like.
tlloua upon the editor of the Tele- ;i of inducing some of these'prominently In our clothing department ,
puph To do this it became neces-j mentioned' candidates to make definite i II I I Office Yonge Block. we will give away with every

wavy to lay some sort of foundation.The : announcements at Ocala. OCALA, FLORIDA : Suit purchased a nice Fancy Vest. .
fottodation could not be laid in I II "Now let us see what kind of a line- ;
truth but a small matter of that kind up we would have under this kind of j T. E, BIGGS. Give us a call real soon. We
I want to show the towgoods. (
never embarrasses him. He meets Ia.. program. Mallory and Beard would you you

aft such emergencies with gross mis- have to keep company with Park i t ATTORNEY_AT LAW. can.spend. "n interesting hour here lookin them ;
representation. Reviewing the Trammell of Lakeland Will I
fad, ; Bryanof I J over. The
that the editor of the Telegraph has Jacksonville Steve Sparkman of II I Law Library Building. j premIums will also be on display.

made some modest investments during -I j Tampa and Governor Broward. Burr I OCALA, FLORIDA -._ -
the past two or three years he and John Stockton. would be added to{ ::: ,
I --
seeks to cast doubt upon the integrity the gubernatorial lists, and it is possible E.Y.
of our business methods by as-.I ,provided the Live Oak Democrat YOUI S FOIl AN
wrtlns that, as a member cf the legislature -I comes to our rescue in the matter,
9 in 1905, the editor of the Tel- that Frank Mayes' mysterious candidate I
'I Gary Block.
'*raph was "active in supporting will be uncovered in time to get .4 r'
measure that the corporations were there. I!
interested in.'' "Cooper Griggs of Apalachicolawould I, r
R. D,
Now, lefa tee if he tells the truth. join the trio from the third dis I FULLER.DENTIST.: !.,

Aa a member of the legislature of trict, and go down with. Clay Craw- Over Munroe & ChambllsH Bank GLOE

Ibo the editor of the Telegraph introduced ford, Comptroller Croom, Treasurer OCALA, . FLORIDA! I
and secured the passage of Knott, Bill Ellis, Senator McLin, Mr.
a constitutional amendment makingit Chief Justice Shackleford and Mr. J. E. CHACE, D. D. S.
Impossible too do away with the Plain Justice Hocker of the supreme -

railroad commission, except by a direct court. Oh! yes, and then there wouldbe DENTIST.Bolder .
vote of the people, introducedand "General" Foster and Rufus Rose. Next to Mclver & MncKuy

secured the passage of a bill placing Sheats would probably catch the train Block. OCALA, FLORIDA

the telegraphs under control of before leaving Tallahassee and Hath- OCALA FLORIDA JMP 1T'f.i A QOQD THING WC HAVE IT" ta


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W-fUng from-Pine Crest Villa, Beard on Power of Legislature

bnd. Ha., to the Savannah
bi Homing

..News, Major Sidney Herbert, tits :! to Pass Prohibition Law }

tortau and wrltt r. tells some IKEATING
very inlr -
'.Uui; and inbtructie facts about!I-I & COI

the early day of railroading in Flor- It Hon. John S. Beard's construction legislature from dealing with tbe }

ida. llf *ay.: of the .
state 'question.
constitution l* cor- More than that, they not
Dim ou my gick b +d reading about rect-and it only left the
has the appearance of being matter open for legislation -

tax warfare on railroads, now so active -Florida'g but they provided: a means by

ail along tho 1:1I! ,,. my memory ( legislature can fmmediately .i which-in the event that the legislature 1
talM the as soon as it assembles }
up scenes of at
seventy ,: not act-any county could LIQUOR
_ when I first either a special
stars au. or
saw a primitive regular session. ;j i vote itself dry whenever a majority of I

baby raJlorad. It was only a few Pass a law prohibiting the sale of intoxicating the people of the county so desired. __

jwara I*fore IU born (1832) that liquors: In the state of Flor- ,i This latter provision (the local up- Yi
tbtt I'nltrd States had its first primi ida. 'tion i, section) is the one under which

the railroad, one from Charleston S. That means that if a special session the various counties have voted liquorout i Ocala Florida

0. to Xv: Hamburg. The year off is called in the near future-as it in'' of their confines. ,

Wrtb aw the now famous BaIt; all probability will be-tho present i'I But while various counties have ta-

BMKY and Ohio railroad change its legislature which is over wl:.elmnigly .jken I advantage of the local option provision I,

unlitpu tr from horses to steam for prohibition, can and will pass a | the legislature has never done

ltttstlw r"t".. My native city ol h an- I state prohibition law which will go ; more than to regular, to a certain Orders Are Filled the Day They

pot'. :r..... built one of the earliest of into effect on whatever date is namedin ''I degree, the liquor business as it is

ptiatith-e railroads. I was then a the statute. conducted in the wet counties. : Arrive,

very little boy, but I can remember The construction placed upon the 1 Now, however-if Mr. Beard's con-

wpU what a curiosity it was. Stringed matter by Mr. Beard looks very rea: struction is correct-the legislaturewill bP
i, --
Were laid ou crusaiics: and thin I sonable. At the time the constitution I II without question do something I RYE WHISKEY.

.trip* of iron nailed on the top of I I was adopted, the sale of liquors in..I more than merely regulate. It will Per Gallon. SrEI.Ir1LQT. : CASE WHISKEY.

tfce UiBgrr Traveling by rail then nearly all if not all, of the counties I. prohibit. The people of the state want S ) Star Rye . . . . .$1.50! Per Qt. Buttle.
lof Florida was legal. The i l' Red Rock Rye . . H' H. l.i51!
cafe It I' liquor ques- stare prohibition and the OfFERS
present legislature Keystone 2.00 I Belie Isle .| .7i
H. H. H' 'H H.
someoat tion was, even then, an important one, I if called in extra session, Belle Isle H. . H. H. 2.50 .- King of Kentucky ..7iLog

and while the constitution-makers Cabin H' H. . .. H. 3.00Heating's Uncle Joe .
did will it it has l <*
hues and the
pi run up through the power, most ctrtainly FOR $2.90
, I not write : Pride . .. . 3.00 Strauss Royal ReserveOld .. I..W
our of the little cars then In use. The state prohibition into the ; give the people what they want.- Monogram H' . .. .. . 3.50 Maryland .. .. .00otf
MM* wa. only twelve miles long. j constitution___ they did not prohibit the Pensacola I Journal. Uncle Joe .. .. ... . . 3.50 We will send, expressprepaid fOld I Harvest Coin . .
1 : Pilgrimage . . 4.00 4 full quarts !!
Pilgrimage .. .. . .. . I..25
JIM Bancor to Oldtown, and yet for -- - I Fern Hill . .. ::: ::: : 5.00 Cascade . .. .. .. . U
MM7 Jeers it was the only railroad OFFICIAL MINUTES i ABOUT ELECTRICITY I Strauss' 76 . . . .. 5.00 BALTIMORE RYE White Oak 1.25M
I : CORN WHISKEY. -- -- Fern Hill l.
to tiM state of Maine. And in fact t' Tennessee Corn H' H. H .$1.50 FOR $3.50 Strauss' T5 1.
It ..I a long Unit before any first: Of Special Meeting of Board of County New Jersey has found that electricity North Carolina Corn .. .. .. 1.75 I Old Oscar Pepper (not fa toad). ..60o

.... railroad were built Commissioners, Held at the I a" Statesville Corn . . 2.00 I \\ e will send expressprepaid (, Planters' I SO
anywhere is a humane and expedient way of "" Mountain Corn H ". . 2.50 4 full quarts of i Black and Whlta Scotch 1.1)f

It1pletaliy long Jlne Only in recent I Court House, Nov. 1, 1907 putting an end to stray and useless: Old Harvest Corn .. .. .. 3.00 I ROYAL lit Veroon I.j

7ts bate railroad combinations giv- Ocala, Fla., Nov. 1, 1907. GIN
dogs. Hitherto the canines have been I GIN. :
N tin touutry long lines of travtl ont. Board of commissioners ... Swan Gin . .. ... .. .. .RESERVE I :
county met asphixiated in a big gas tank, which !I Tom Gin . . .. .. . .1.75; Per Qt. Bout
.. t'Urpumtion.Vh ll I came in special session on this date. Present I i, Holland Gin ... .. .. . 2.00 I London Dock Gin .I .7i
Isulk iBythe StJ'>>, I recall many chant is cruel and not always Cel tain. Crown Gin .. ... . .. 2.50Perfection FOR3.:;)o Tom Gin 1.10
: lIon. Jno. L. Edwards chairman, I Gin . .. ...
M d t'f>,i omnibus and steamboat I IC. I. Plainfield has substituted an electric I H. 3.00.11'e" will send 4 full (1 ts. I Holland Gin 1.00I
W. Turner, S. R. Pyles com misI I RUM. Phosphate Gin 150
ttnatertl"*n*, and any number of short I kennel instead of the gas tank aud II New England Rum .. .. J2.50 OLDHARVEST 1 Booth Tom Gin l.iO a

..... At VVaubingtou, D. c., we took I sloners.I the dogs are now electrocuted after Jamaica Rum . . . 3.00 MALT WHISKEY.

-.Abu. to the Potomac river and I The board was called to order by BRANDY. CORN Per Ql Bottle
the methods.
taiga tuAu to approved 4 Blackberry Brandy .$1.50 The best, goods to be
Aqua Creek by steamer
the and the i Duffy's Pure Malt .110Bowman's
chairman following resolution I'
;: :: : ;
. 3.00
I The biggest electric sign in the Apple Brandy .
had for the 1.' )
:y. at which point we again got on the adopted: I Peach Brandy . . ... .. 3.00 money
ear. HUT Much a long, slow, tedious world has just been completed for MeButterick ; } WINE. 'I SWEET GOODS.
Whereas the board of county commissioners I FOR $6.00 Per Oal I.
jmirB i*'for*? i reached Columbus, I building New loik. The Catawaba Wine .. . . .$1.50 Peach and Honey "a" grade .$l.00
the 1st of October
Ga. Then- wan told no boat would did on day initial "B" i:. 6i feet high and iLe Port Wine . . . . 1.50l's will send express Peach and Honey "aa" grade 200
I 1907, order an election for spe- I Blackberry Wine . .. . 1.50Sherry prepaid 4 full quarts .f Rock and Rye "a" grade 1.6
fu town the river for several days, cial tax road districts in Cotton Plant small letters are ;,0 feet high; liuo I Wine . . . :_ 1.50 I Rock and Rye "aa" grade 2.00California
} . . . 3.00 STRAUSS FAMOUS'Orange .
lad I paid i a livery stable man $311; to lnw are used.Speaking Cognac Brandy 1.00
I land Martel election districts, to beheld I Imported Port Wine . . 4.00 Banana Brandy . . 300
carry in.-. arrow country to Cufala ( November 4, 1907; of electric signs a new Imported Sherry Wine . . 4.00 I 76 RYE Apricot Brandy $00tVWV

Ala., wot..' my slaur and niece were talking or sentence making sign has --- -
i; And, Whereas in accordance with
tfc* r..Pi idmg. Sum months later, been erected on the Trinity building I'
i jibe aforesaid action of this board, the

ua tajr rd urn Nonb, 1 came by stageto .l'chairman and clerk thereof did pre- Toledo,, which: will flash 45 concise

Oft tbt-n the terminus of sentences. This cost $liij'J.
Uiorp sign
i pare and have published in the Ocala
the SMttthweufern Railroad from :Ma-, At a recent fire in New York; a new
aforesaid elec- Send Price
Banner a notice of the for List

! coo, Ga.. where I took the cars. Ah! I tions but by error, or a typographical use was discovered for electric fans

! well do I 'iu-iuber the night I spent i mistake in said notice, fixed the The firemen, overcome by gases, were:

t in for IMHUII town of lethorpe. It i day of election to be held December laid on the sidewalk and wires were

.*. roru.-r lots, business lots, smalliarah. run from an 'adjoining building and
4, 1907, which date is not in accordance -
all l tag up in the air for suck- connected to electric fans placed ai N'VttAJ
( with the action of this board, H *Afr*
I the heads of the conscious \ I
btn\ men.
r to t. But tb railroad movd and if held on that day would invalidate -
The firemen were quickly restored so
< on tu F.ufaula. and Oglethorpe's said elections. ------ ----- ---- ----- -

bubble Ii'Ir"t, and it almost became a Therefore, be it resolved, That tho as to be able to renew the ngnt. "Real Confederate Veterans" I

dwul 1t.1II of Georgia.la chairman and clerk of this board be, Wireless telephony has been in- One by one the remonstrances of I

l I"?'. I made my first winter visit I hereby authorized to stalled experimentally on some of the
and they are the real Confederate Veterans, those
Ur.Florida to write the country' North river ferry boats. It has been I
up \idve duo notice by publication in the
ii who fougbt and and of
found of value in directing tbemm'ement
and KM ivsourretf" for the MorningNV ; Ocala Banner for four consecutive great
to I of the craft in fogs.In whom still suffer, from the privations 1
wn Si-angf ax it may seem l weeks beginning with this week's is-

prwn' r.-adt-r of railroad news',. 'i sue, that the aforesaid elections will three months G7 new electric and the wounds endured in frontingthe I (

th.f> %a> not a reapwtable raUroaJlu 'I he held on Friday the 29th/ day of light and power stations were completed federal forces in the CO's, is being

th- state The Florida Central'l. November, 1907/ which day and date in the South. heard against this purely political' ".. "

frog .UrkfeinrUle to Lake City and' Is hereby designated as the time to Vacuum cleaning is the latest in I \
IW Florida Central and Peninsulairum I: hold the aforesaid elections. sanitary improvement and many clever F

( t'..dar Key to Fernandina and Notary bond of Hon. H. \\.. Long devices have been patented. The "Real Confederate Veterans, indeed "
If the Florida soldier iH
was not -
latest is electric comb to
T.lh.weft' couldit I very
as !good as
approved. ,
was duly of the "real" should !
variety we lineto
,.k i$4 h.t for the patronage. I went t: I Board thereupon adjourned untilreguar take the place of the old-fashioned
know the reason why? He wa tt
> ,
The is
up tti kXlawaha river and rode over !! meeting.S. shampoo. apparatus simply a tI
the front in Virginia, Tennessee Kentucky
comb with hollow teeth
to (k/M. the Bfftrefit railroad depot! T. SISTRUNK, Clerk. metallic con- 'I Ili
and in Florida, and whereverthere
b. iatt a: Waldo. To pet to Tampa I| nected by a flexible tube to a motor
The hair was a foe to meet or a duty to
driven air
0011 had to take a steamer at Cedar: NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION compressor.
perform. lIe fought under Dickinson -
K., an,1,l to go to St. Augustine one dresser then passes the comb
of the Interior, was at Olustee and saved the '
Department through a customer's hair and the dirt I E
had III the St. Johns river torniK ;
1:11: up : Gainesville. Fla.,
f Office at
1 Land capital of Florida from falling into the
,',.. ,, and dandruff is sucked up and con-
; .I : the! country in a I November 2, 190i.'NicA I
hands of the invaders.
This is all
of the

t.\I..I'I.. r'r! ? rid.'. All the now famous *\ is hereby given: that RufusF. veyed to a receptacle
water.!: White of Sparr. Fla.. has filed notice comb.A poppycock about the Florida soldiernot I I
.: t'.t rwachvd by
,1- "t wa
of his intention to make final five- 40-horse power electric motor being a "real Confederate soldier." I Corn
I wrote about a : Rye WhiskeExpress
And "f't'n th -n. year proof in support of 'his claim contains about 300 pounds of copper, It is worse. It is a reflection upon 1. or
1.lIlnl.! barter for sale for a road Homestead t'ntry0.. 31.245, I
these men who answered the call of
Fla. 24, 19< 1. for the east which means, for example that a recent -
1.Iu! Mtlltn.! Ga., to Key: West, made December Express Prepaid
I the and back
of northeast quarter section 22, order for 1000 such motors placed government whipped fI
i. .A f..II. HI I* a* Flagler's great engi- .. half '
'township 12, south range 22, east. with the General Electric Com- the enemy all along the: coast of I

iiMnt f-at I think that charter and that said proof will be made before Florida and won immortal glory under I wln-knr rI.I'i md tuc'lo
papny by the Boston Elevated Rail. Rose's "Ask the K<-MitOjfiirr"; i> ",
Albert II. Cos''h Court at Ocala,
v i- fin t' \ bought by Clerk Circuit
j road will require nearly SOO.OuO Lee and Johnston and other he- I perfectly pure and lull! tai lumriiliiiiriit ill nUirr .str utth!; nisi I
and 0' t r.. of Atlanta and later by Fla on DpCE'D'her'U ,19"7.lie .
following witnessesto of the metal. roic commanders.Dr. rebuild tisFour SUII .
I the pounds i
t.... I. I 1.1.1. H Gordon and finally by names i I :
his continuous residence up- I
prove Anew clipping machine operated by
l'!t". Yfn-n commenced the won- i' cultivation of the land, viz: J. F. Webb of Floral CiTY spent r
Ion: an1 electricity is being used in large cities
<,1.! 11'1! I '.i uf railroad building in rlorI i i I II Tames Harvey of Sparr. Fla. Sunday in Ocala with his family.IT Full Quarts $3.40
!I of Sparr. Fla. for clipping the furry coats off pet
East Vaughn
>4 ,r .I.-I.T covered the j jaud Ed I
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Abraham 1 low ell of Sparr. Fla. dogs during the heated months. It
construction i
ty pun-haae. and i!I Joseph Smith of Sparr, Fla. does the job in half the time it takesto WILL Il
'I'.. run YS> ,.tem covered tho West, IiENRY S. ClIt'BB. r Express Prepaid on Southern
shear the canines by hand. 4
f .a-.t t, ..nd Sanford Orlando andT.m.i'B i' 11.8.. Register. Lines
commercial cenI --- While not generally known, a comprehensive PAY YOU! Express
4 .i autr great j j---
'" is true of Florida's developmentis telegraph system is own

I :L Florida' Central and PeuinU Tainorla'ido. -- what also true as to Georgia. Millions ed by the federal government reach- If you have oi; hand to sell, or if >o' I In ordering, specify Rye or Corn, or boil I
i. \'a., was extended to
been at Savannah -: ing of the globe, including
have many parts
pa : : through Ocala, andi of ; are thinking cf coming to FlorIda .i
and Atlanta for rail- Alaska and the Philippines. The
i I.. -",tulle, Tampa and Key ::; Brunswick system to make it home or We hive given the n:tu:' ".\tr,," to our b.M (rrad- "f f ,rn or
I facilities. And yet, sad. consists of 1303 miles of land lien. your
j terminal
the river from i way and il,,,,, ..
\\-1 it. ."a> ran up rye whiskey; it is the laud p'i\ it' all. 101'aH..h p. !
antagonistic legislation 107 miles of wireless and 2524 miles If desire to investin
". ::.- to Sanfora. The Florida to relate, you scribed and recommended t"r i>icdi;, in.il UMIt b an aid b. ...*-
kill the goose that lays of submarine cable.
l: "."t -1111 I > k out from Palatka to I threatens to any kind of Florida tion, a stimulant and a m.1litit'ent. tonic. We ""'r'bnbbv Hypor
When I look back The Importance of Everyday Electricity
I 'I\ v ., Then the Florida Cen- I the golden egg. I I Corn to he the eqm-1! of ally wliNkey to '1. had t>tr Mfr -r.
and less and recall the property,
aI a< 1'. niuaalar Railway got aconnection I seventy years t and if a trial'order h. .nol perfectly satisfactory, tie icfuutl'Ask fells
thousands of little, poorly equipped, i Electricityhas grown to be such SEE OR WRITE TOi I -
I sod rbYUl .
railroads, seldom if ever an everyday convenience and neces- I mmcy.i
slow-running 11 + ftJ. ( ; I.
t : UI. !giving much development to the country sity that we use it constantly, like air (LI\\\\\M TUi
1(1 tuat I came here I had I through which they passed, I am and water, without a single thought J. I \ \\% & UiDpn I the Revenue Officer
chronicle, i
r j. r. .-.id enterprises to ." I

ua r .. hou-la to write up, aud I II surprised at the antagonism laanuested as to its source. 1 ] Estate Dealers, ,
c.a 4 IL.dtues* blossom as then toward the great corporations thathave From the tinkle of the electric door i Ii .u We make'it alrule to ship..ry order by first "

% i gathered up these little roads bell in the morning, when the milk Ocala I Florida
.. the state Is a network.ad.
\ -i
uot'pay grand through lines, equipped man calls, to the extinguishing of the --- !
will into ----- -- -- -- -- -= --= = -=
f.\ .ad.1 and
in Jacks I'with all modern comforts and devices. electric light at night, the day is a J. R. Moorhead, D, S. Woodrow,. I
t ... i.4Uroad uruiinals
of the While it is true that railroads continuous round of electrical conven President. Secretary.B. I
tl0QH' *!<' not to &lk'ak
I should aot be allowed to trample upon iences. J. Potter, Gen; Mgr.
1:4- t t. a,*! Feruandina, \
the rishti. of the people or disre- WOOOMAR SAND AND STOKE COMPANY 1MRoseCo.
t.d; Frai'r lvtw.t urg-ali prominent Colds and CrQup in Children
the la-s of the land it is a poor II
a : r'wlll"N. gard "My little girl is subject to colds" Builders cf i iI

Fewlira Idr. t"H'n'I itor: of the and ruinous policy to oppress by tax :says Mrs. \\"!! II. Sfrig.0 41, Fiftb CEMENT SIDEWALKS I

( u' IJ: ).. realize w oat the railroads ation and annoy by vexatious legislation St.. Wheeling, W. Va. "Tast winter Dealers In I JACKSONVILLE, FLA., i
is the railroads that are doing so she had a severe spell and a terrible LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers !
Gals dine lor Florida nor and build the cough but I cured her with Cham- 16 W. Forsylh Street.
much to develop of
the dl t :iopui-m( fairly Carted. A and berlain's Cough Remedy without the ;

d.c.a railn)aU are now in course of country. But for the Flagler aid of a doctor and my little boy has CONCRETE BLOCKS, CHATTANOOGA 77LW. ATLASTA GA. 1 1I
several Plant railway systems Florida been prevented many times from PAVING MATERIAL
lbltUC i,)n or eitmsion our today be almost where it was in 1S75 having the croup by the timely use FENCE POSTS, Etc. I

from (i-or-u.. to terminate on transportationand of this syrup." This remedy is for Order from nearest point.r .
dependent upon Estimates and plans furnished and
Gulf CoaM Oar orange, grapefruit sale by all druggists. x 1
pineapple and truck industries crowd sandy roads out from the river contracts taken.P. .

transportation. And lines. SIDNEY HERBERT. Read Red Saunders. 0. Box 956 Ocala. Florida
"ur railroad for L 5- l

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":: .Zt .1 4JT crowns! actr men- usnin ,nr+n'\ wwirto"t3irV3 r aaT !ilr' C'it1s1f"lfiunt day;T ro m K IU lit'fiAMtt Una TttlH t. I tttlaM ....., hul ""
i rrc: tit around and got the daa : tv9 took to gambling and drinking I was on that occasion.thought I was the vernal softness hln't It"caw to tt (lU I'ud Is $.. .wwrtwallw ......f"iuw
what wouldn't
ana raising Waxes and broke my poor putting for 'Well I !' ,+gelasl
tor. wife's broom handle with my hard hotel and settling down thinking! there that without tfiinir, a little ''''1"'r tutu Jt. M a J.-- caner hl!

'Hoof* !' says he. 'Is It as bad M head. So I reckon wo'll let it slide! as must be a lulu of a scrap In the barroom the subjectKB.VS I; 'but It .nidi- jZ\.t t.c. I'r.lmt J.Auuf ,ta, Nt 7
that? I winked at Father Slade. noise. somebodygave ami ca'.
it is. Now, you straddle that cayuse from the Then et least-t-o does that hum Putt to a krol" r ol Mr** t .

Red SaundersnY I. 'It's'You a-plenty won't know worse the than half that of It says till of yours and; come along with me, and me a punch ticket In the? ribs and and I don't says.'Where's Mary, I'll take' the wait-, with cufeeoxtra 1 Of tor ;yAit1 *<"* T"owlsuta ," ,
you get down there.' III show.you some rattling colts. your fltronJt tlar. .. .. tttiis'f a4ttur m tall
I know what I said nor what he said .
"But of course we had to tell him CHAPTER III. after that but it must have been all (Continued Next Week.) r.it.. -?*ni...* ....

and be was tickled. Funny whit in U. .. ****** uf Mte.f14
I EDDY was on the sLitlon platform right Then it got light and I met a nta paler

i HENRY WALLACE PHILLIPS. Interest everybody takes in these happenings I walking u' aid 4'.>wn.I lot of good friends I never av before I .Is of fie witter ,* 'hi 1.aMe
lie wanted all the details. R I"L't "
tl[_ 1 .. :' I I looking about him anxiously. nor since. Then more: noNe: and trouble me kiss those tear any! kol$ Tin**. M4 .>***' I' had
Jove he. 'the whose j
'By says
('(.p)riabt. 1901. by ?f.cluPtPWll1r' & i We caught sight of *-:'<''h ...u'rI and nt last I woke ui -n :i hotel man bed '.e. i.... Y tN1l .......srr\ %-
feelings ain't the least dimmed by a j the Tampa young
11Continued mIJltotl I at the same time bedroom all right lint not the oiuI ..
4 broken leg boree rolled on him.: yuasplintered and be *.* ; soOA '" a .Upf 4 tN.' patwt t. n
for it.
I "1st, there! said[ he and .lumped: for was used to. I went to the window derly. She stood
said; it probablythatman : I ''vt>tl .' t.... ,tt'. '..P4 t.j\ I**
me. "(iad-dog your little hide: he heaved her open til looked nut. It next fifteen alrwtw, awl 'p
J is of the He'll do busy for the ... .. hu.4
one right sort. It" ...j..... it
cried as he put my right hand In lin.' was a bully morning, an''I 1 (ot! .\1. noth.
( fro mlast week.) to tie! to.' for a pension. "I thought I was booked There was a nice range of mountainsout I yet the tears flowed on. "C I when fh.' are "n"I".1 .1t'. r' '....

.0 "When we: reached the ranch' the to go without saying goodby to in front of n'e that must Live stop them?" he asked brcaihl.$" rtapt'r !k.1' Ilk', II hat,. laawrsi a' r itby ..

..1.'ri... I t.> ouLffdl it all my lifo boys were lined up to meet us. cau't!Iur- you. You ;got the note I pinned on come np during the nisht. 'I'd like t' ling ly sad. "Nope," she mannur-d. "11'4 I It 'ur."d.! tt' tektr ....?... '.,. ..
rj nlon:r they callnl.: 'Angry "
1 I kuIt would trz discovered your FLAPS""Sure. / know v.'heiv I urn; I rl1i'I'inm : ,
9t .
I But o oftL Inl' s'i'tlhlt lIr trltll" '" .r *"i" ''t'*
keep uncle amused all day fever yoU know <<
I. 'Well. I I'd somebody will tell me before lone, so hay
w] day: nays suppose It'j.j 1.1"
"So wo hustled. Kyle was for Ming I III' \ht'll
t'otter' break the news to Loys. "Well, there's time for a chin be- I there is no use worrying: about! that; the tn-auiu-nt" 'I'atr'pat'W'-- lu'
married first and then having; his leg; I '
Twnnldii't be any more than polite: fore the choo-choo starts. Thought I'd the main point Is, have heel tnnt' II' !
I IfOh
tet. but I put my foot down flat. It I I
Lord.: I wonder If she'll l*> loe early, not savvying: this kind of I dug bad and Iwasn't
gone long enough now
wntlug! says he.'u traveling a great deal! burned if ;you wasn't a thing; of any Kind to I't.'I'::
going to have -him crippin It
.\ wuMtn I shouldn't turn an hoiett ain't grooved since I saw you! Getting; her m j by. ':(n.' I sacs: to my'r! } 3r Z'
all his life. But the doctor worked
dollar on the transaction. Til! ll l otJTOB fat too! Well how's everything? 1 ain't! l ?:"n tot1'lwd-I'\'e been ;irni'.l"I ) f
like a man who /gets paid by the piece, ..
a mouth's! wages she is,' says I. and In less than uo time we were aisle didn't say nothing! ; to the other boys -tIlI'\' iiiiirht! have left tae I tli>' "" ,"t-

II. watihil to do it. thi'iking: I was In about pulling my; freight, as I wanted (>f a breakfast<< Well, it's a imv !I. .1.; :
fall '
to Loys in. d
CMtrre, but I luiighed! at him. to :go sober for U11<'t'. You explain to ', ... ,,, -' Heai
"Wind River Smith spoke to get togive ".tw wn v.-Kliug: all right-evnThere's 'em that old Red's head ain't swelled, I,' .;11 :'" t r. .. ilI .
: the bride away, and we let him ,:t \0
6atlutw. some women, and have It"We'd will you? Seems kind of dirty to go I .- U''k, \ "AI :

BMO '00. for that matter, who goUifuotrb off that way, but I'm l bound for Gal's ihai
Just got settled to business : 1 '.
life like a cat through a buck country and the old time folks, and ; : 'I'
when in comes Angevine. puffing like a
." Wit caring a cuss for either end somehow 1 feel that I must cut thbudge I ; : Doesn'tgo cLOD
buffalo. 'For heaven's sakes ain'tyou I, !
QT the middle. They would have been out of It. other thing is I'm i
finished yet? says he. 'Well you Si'
oaatnt tl:1 It. Not so Lo\s. she superstitious as or not \
you may may
1 1
want to be at It. for the old man ain'to'r I 3
wanted her Kyle, her poor Kyle, and have noticed and I believe if you trythe : r. ( 1 ? uptlieflue T t. +
two minutes !behind me, coming
1Ybe w uti-d him qui.-k. That's the fast. I took the distance in ten foot same game twicet you'll get Just \ i! / f }I '

Uad of people fur me: Your,cautious i as different results as can !>e the second 1 '
steps. Just my luck! Foot slipped l : .I
talk are all the time falling down time. You heard how I hit it In [ *I m3 I .
when I was talking; to him. and I \ .
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walls. 1 1aMKe their eyes are up in the dropped a remark that made him sus- the mines, didn't you? No? Well! :'\ \., .,.. '_.: I, -1 --L.l.6You 1
air kfepiux; tats so that they can that's so. You ain't seen many peopleout ,'\.., "- "" 'I.J---" :
-I wouldn't have done it for a 't'T'p..'5 1
dodge shooting: stars. on the flat have you? Hum! I I \ j, I .t r: ;* intrnse. direct tat
ton of money-but It's too late now. receive
"Xow. 1 had a minister friend up la don't know principally where to l be- I ;$ :' ):'1' : )
I'll down him and bold him out thereIf ,R- ,. ;!...w ol fuel burned-
Iowa Father lade by name. No, he gin. You remember Wind River I J!; J ',:-' y.\ t ,f '-,'-,- [rom every ounce

va not a Catholic I think. Thy you say so. Smith's parduer that the buys called: V "' '1\ : I'Ia .. there are no damp chimneys or long1ipt
"Well, sir at this old Father Slade
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called him 'father' because It fitted I Shadier, because he was so thin? Nicefeller : },'lr. 4' \ I' the heat iroiu . .
stood right up, forgetting that foot \ ,_ I I I to waste a : -- -
blm. His church had a steeple ou i(, always willing to do you a favor ',\.\". I .., \ I
entirely. ";\:''' ', 1\\ ,
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anyhow $O It was no maverick. Juht comical when .. ,. \t
or say something j \ [
'Children, be ready says he. and \ \}::; \ \\.1:1;::"
what kind of the \ \: :
particular religion you least expected it. Had kind of a /. Oil Beafer
he went over the line for a record. \ 'I l'i : \ I PERFECTION
old man had I don't know but I should style with him too. Yes sir that's the ; j \ ,I .1\ 1 _<
Ih', ,
'Hurry; there! hollers old Bob from
MlJ he was a homeopath on a guess. man. Well, him and me was out in 1: .\t \ 'J'' i
the outside where he was on watch. I 1"l I i : ,,, lib Smoke Brvtoc
1 (Equipped
He looked it 'Twas a comfort to eee the Bend one day, holding a mess of k ;.J )i I \I''. 'i.i 'i.I. I
'Here uncle the coulee!' i'l 1\\\\ !I' \
him coming down the street, his old comes up long Oregon! half breeds that was to be \\i '] "' \ .' 1 i
face ubiuiug in his white hair like aShrtveed 'What are your names?' says Father fr'hlpi cd by train shortly, when old ,\.1. .: \It \ ,i\ .. I Carry it from room to room. Turn the wick hitft ,

pink apple in a snowdrift Slade. They told him both rod- :;\\\t\ \, : k\\ \ i J J1' : i or low-no bulhrr-no smoke-no smrll-automate
Smithy conies with the mail. 'letter "
'nin;. Et:. I :\\\\1'\\ \ \ I IA. : \ smokeless device Bras* Ions holds{ t quark _
God hie&filng everything In l'il1t-gOt: for you, Shudder says Smith and H' ,' '. \ \I\\ prevents .
IQi1t or Indifferent. lie had something 'Do you, Kyle, take this woman, passes' over u big envelope with wads I, \\I': \\ \" \ : burns 9 hours. Braulitully tiimltrd ill mrkri J <*

pheasant to sato all. We was quite Lo 's. to have and keep track of come cf sealing wax all over It. Shadder "'; \\\\'IIIi'\ \ \" 1I 1\\ i japan. Every heater warranted.
hell or high: water, her heirs and assigns I """ """" I\\\\ .
friends and every once in awhile we'd reads his letter and folds it up. Then "" \ -
have chin almut for ever?'-or such a matter- I j '.i 1'H Week.I .
a things. be takes a look over the country-the i Theme: () Lamp '
'Are you keeping straight; Red?' says he, all in one breath. They both kind of a look a man gives when he's "1Ic..e's your watch, old the ratof your ,I light 10 r

heM ask when we parted. said they did thinking hard. Then fays he 'Red. I t'u uaL1Ui." ; just \' want ,U lW I Ii osy

'Urn.' I'd say 'I'm afraid you'd notice Things flew till we came to the take off your bat' I dow: it 'Smithy, dig country, anyhow!' So down I i evenings Made ol brass nine) pUted- Ute l m-
a lend here and there If slid ring. There was a hitch. We had I walks to the office. A cheerful :
you take off your hat 'All right says seemlug I I proved central draft burner. Every lamp MMiMtcJ.H .
your eyes along; the edge.' plumb forgotten that Important arti- Smith, 'but you tell me why or I'll plump kind of a man was sitting; dealer cannot supply I the Pnl.taea! (OJ
cle. For minute I felt Then your
Well, keep as straight as you can: a stingy. snake the shirt off you to square behind the desk 'Hello!' says he :
don't !give up trying, my boy he'd I cu,>t.-d myself for a mean old longhorn thing' glancing up and smiling as I came in. Healer or l Mayo Lamp write our nearest wybTANOAKD
tell me. mighty earnest and I'd feelshamed and dived Into my box. 'Boys,* says Shadder, 'I'm Lord 'How do you open up this morning OIL COMPANY
of myself clear around the "Here, take this: I says. 'It was Walford.' 'Somebody saved me the trouble.' I (t..rp..a.a.

comer. my. mother's!T '"Lord Hellfordr! hollers Smithy. Bays I. 'I'm afraid I'll have to give Ii i

"I knew the old man would do mea 'Oh, Bed you mustn't part with You'd better call somebody in to look you the strong arm for breakfast' ,

favor If it rooM be done so I pulled that! cried Loys, her eyes filling up. at your plumbing. What you beendrinkin' "He grinned wide. 'Oh, It ain't as -

out easy In my mind. 'Don't waste: time talking. I put bad as that I hardly! reckon: ,' he. !I
through what I tackle. Hurry please! Shudder? says 'OOOONOIN...................................N0000.
TIM place I stopped at the doc I 'Read for yourself; says Shadder. lie dove Into a Bafe and brought out a

tort, because I felt they might fix: father.: and he handed him the letter. cigar box If i= I
ap the marrying business some other 'Has anybody any objections to Wlsh't you could have seen old ."When a gentleman's In the condition WANT BIG CROPS THSLUSE IDEAL FERTILIIE

time, but If a leg that's broke In the these proceedings? pays he. Smithy's face as he read it lie you was In last night. he says, 'I

upper joint ain't set right you can see 1 have,' says I, Imt I won't mention thought his pardner had been cut out always make It a point to go throughhis Ij i OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU

a Urge dark complected hunk of trou 'em. Give them the verdict of his herd forever. clothes and take out anything a I i :

ble over the jetty's left shoulder for 'I pronounce you man and wife 'It's the God's twill" Bed,' says he stranger: might find useful, trusting :: + 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES"-Acorn- "IRISH POTATOKM"--iluok 011 ""

the rwt of his days. The doctor was Let us pray,' says he. slowly and be had a ride-ways smile that there won't be no offense the next I' plete manual on Florida crops "Soil. Seed PlMtteC t4 Curtlv.

out w> I left word for him what was 'What's that? screeches Uncle OH.ha1a: :. naWeII hE.Ttmad l !::.'= .!-: .,. morning. Here's your watch and the I i Hoc, Effect of PwtiliMr. DIIIIW

wanted and to be rmdy when I got Jonesy from the doorway. And then sir;stiys 'be,Y1 suppose ungrat- rest of your valuables, including the I "FLORIDA ORANGL'S"-Book of and 8bl". ..."
back and pulled for Father Slade's. be gave ua the queerest prayer you ulatlons are in order cash. Count your money and Bee If
The old gentleman had the rheumatism. ever heard In your life. lie stood on "Shadder's hand stopped short on right' special Interest to orange grow. "PINEAPPLB FttttTIUUMG

and he groaned when I come In. one toe and clawed chunks out of the its way to the cigarette, and he lookedat lit's sir! I was one happy man, ers. t p dal lateral to .iBMpplgrowerc. .

Rheumatism's no disease for people air while he delivered It Smithy as if he couldn't believe and I thanked that fuller as I thumbedover 1 .

.who can't swear. "lIe seemed to have It In for me In what he saw. the bills, but when I got up to a I "FLORIDA STR."WDERRlES"- IDEAL KKRTIUSmr Book

')hare you, my Loy?' says he. particular. 'You villain! You rascal! 'To hell with 'em! says he as savage hundred and seventy I begun to feel i Booklet on ".'1011, Varieties Cui all of our dtff.r*.t ......4., ana y.
I'm glad to see you. lIeN am I, an old You redheaded rascal! You did this! queer.: Looked !like I'd made goal tlvation and Fertilization."
as a wildcat, and he Jabbed the : Ken, prices. tc.ulition .
the I and much I know you did the .
man, nipped by leg Irons money on trip.
la and whirled his abouton
wanting to talk to somebody.' 'Oh, uncle,' says I, 'forgive me!' one toe, heading for the cayuse ranch. 'What's the matter? says be. seeing : 'Xew and rt'\'ird of the ;tu'/\'t' ))11..1 p ibli hoed fro for .kiic
"I passed the time of day to him With that I hugged him right up to 'Now you after him, Jealousold my face. 'Nothing wrong, I hoi>e!' I
but felt kind of blue. This didnt look me, and he filled my bosom full o' you' 'Why. the watch and the gun and f "
sorehead says I. 'Go on, I sajsas I g WILSON & TOOMEirERILTIZER COMPANY
like keeping; my word with the kids. smothered language. he started to argue the point 'or I'll the other things is all right" says I. I ,

1 really bated to say anything to the 'Cheese it you little cuss,' I whispered spread your nose nil the way down I 'but I'm now $;jI l) to the good, even t/; :- j I .. J.11'K'4 ) N\ III.F I''r. \.

old man knowing; his disposition; still In his ear 'or I'll break every jour spinal column!' The! onltime; wring that I didn't spend a cent which

1 felt I hail to. and lout with my rib in your [Moor old chest. I came la to say 'No to me is when I'm not ain't In the least likely l and here's ten t
etu-y. on him a trine just to show him what'I dollar bills enough to make a bedspread .
meaning what .
I so
say away goes I
'lk"nr, dear!' he. 'The could do If 1 tried. left --- -
says hurry Wind River, and they made it .
up _._.
and *'.iirrj' of young folks! How idle 'Nuff! 'he wheezes. 'Quit! 'Nuff! fill' right in no time. Well. Shadder' 'Pshaw!' says he. 'Elame It! I've .---- -- ----- -- .- --- ..--- .4

It't"UlIt when you get fifty years 'Go up and congratulate 'em,' I had to pull for England to take a mixed: your plunder up with the rain- ,I John M. dratiam;

away from It and see how little! anything whispered! again. squint at the ancestral estates, and all lug gentleman that came In at the U I II i c'act'ie .
coitntx! 'I won't,' says he. 'Ouch! Yes, I I time. You and him
for all that I thank! same was bound
of ;
here at
us: was right this station to.. :
C,.,.' says II,'. 'that there's a !little red will! I will!' So up he goes, rinJino this fee him off. Lord it seems as If that : to fight at first and then you both e GRAHAM BROTHERSMarion

kit In iny ll!.)od yet whIch makes me teeth. hapiiened last world! Well It took turned to to lick me. and what with

>ymi< tLlze with them. But the girl's '1 wish you every happiness,' he n little! bit the edge off any and all I I keeping you apart and holding you off County Abstract

jx-ople object you say?' grunts. drunks a ranch as an Institution hadever and taking your valuables away from I Company. :

*I made that all clear to him. 'The 'Won't you forgive me, uncle?' begs seen efore. There was old! Smithy you all nt the same time, and me all ,E'

idrl' always all right father says I.'and Loys. trying around wiping his eyes on his alone here, as It was the night man's fire Insurance

a* for the man In this case, my 'Some other time; some other sleeve and explaining to a lot of eastern day off, I've made a blunder of it. 0

word for him.' time!' he hollers, and he pranced out folks that It wasn't Shadder'sfaultgad Just take your change out of the wad I on City Property. .< Farnjs end;: Farti Lands for Sole
"Now it ain't Just the right thing of the house like a hosstyle! spider the hook it all! lie was the and call for a drink on me when you I

for inc to Bay; but, seeing as I've never maddest little man In the territory. best, hootin', tootln sonofaseacookthat feel like it, will you?* IrjvestmerjtsKO.

had anything In particular to be "Loys had a hard time of It until ever hit a prairie breeze In spite "I said I would do that and moreover ,I MAGNOLIA ST. ,OL'I.LUIU!...\

modest ul-out. and I'm proud of what Kyle got so he could travel, and they of this dum foolishness. that he was an officer and a gentleman --- -

the old gentleman told me, I'm goingto went up to the Yellowstone with a 'Tht>y cnn't make no "lord" of and that I'd stay at his hotel --

repeat It"Your team for a wedding trip. Shadder!' hollers Smithy. That Is. two weeks at least to show my appreciation ---, -- ---. -,- -, ".- ..., !l _
word Is good for me Red.: 'The rest of Loys' folks was In an not for long. He's a man Shadder isain't no matter where It was, --

Nays he. 'You're a mischievous boy unpleasant frame of mind too. They cher, yer d-d old angle but to satisfy a natural curiosity, I'd

at times, but your heart and your head sent out her brother, and while I'd legged hide rack?: like to know what part of the countryI

are both reliable.! Give me your arm have took most anything from Loys' "And Shudder never lost his patienceat was at present inhabiting. 'Sold KNIGHT "

to the wagon.' brother, there comes a place where all though; it must have been kindof 'You're at noise Ida.,' says be; by LANG Ocolo Flo

Tlieu I felt mighty sorry to think! human nature is human nature and trying to be made into such a holy 'one of the best little towns in the ,

t-l lugjin.; that poor old man all that the upshot of it was I planked that show before the kind of people he best little territory in the United Statesof I You see these words on nearly every wagon that drives by J

\r811i. young man gently but firmly across my used to be used to.U he'd say was America, including Alaska.' door, and the Game could be said f Carriages your
Buggies and Harne,.
"!!(re.'Kays I. 'Now you sit down I knees. Suffering Ike, but he was one 'Bet your life, old boy!' Well it was I 'Well'says I. 'Well'for againI There must be a reason for this-and
afi Iton't you do anything of the sassy young man! Howsouiever. the right enough, too, as Smithy had I \\ at a loss for words. I had no began doing business with the Is-a good one: When we

1 I't.'ou ain't tit. I whole outfit came round in time-all nursed him through smallpox!! one win- Idea I'd gone so far from home. 'I lie-I handle only a line of people of this vicinity we decided to

"lie put his hand on my shoulder except uncle and me. lIe used to grit ter up in the Shoshonee country and lieve what you say,' says I. 5, la goods that would need no apology. The result

acd hoMiled' ; his weight off the game his teeth together till the sparks: flew mighty near starved himself to death do you do round these parts?* I apparent already We reasoned that we could not afford to handle

k:;. when he saw me. I was afraid he'd feeding Shudder out of the slim grub 'Mining,' says he. 'You're just in I the Shears, Sawbuck & Co.'s, or mail order house quality of goods,

.. Kt-udy I was sitting there thinking bust a blood vessel in one of them fits, stock when the boy was on the mend. time-big strike In the Bob Cat dis- as we must do business with our neighbors and not with
customers a
: wUeu you eaine in-thinking of so I quit. I hated to let co of the old Still some people would have forgot trict Poor man's mining. Placer, and thousand miles distant .Our lines have been
rinch. but I'm durned good plncer: right the carefully selected.l Our
bor 'm'ji-a''ie: : it was to be in an pretty well fixed-I'm that on top of

t':'''' i-hilr! with iny foot on a stow, su'/t.rin'eudent here. It's Kyle's! ranch. "But did your uncle Red get under the ground. The mining gentleman! 1 WHITE HICKORY

":1,1 rhea I thought "If the Lord :you know. That's his IJf'.lud-tbc the influence of :strong drink' ? Did he? spoke about is having his breakfast J FARM' AHD TURPENTINE

fchiv hin-1 rue some work to do. '.':t't'r looking tl.ir: ? on the left hip of Oh, my! Oh my! I wish I could make: now. Suppose you go In and have a e

m.i'd I t>e WUll:! Now thanks beta that critter, v\er the vented hash it clear to ton. The vigilantes! put talk with him? Nice man, drunk or WAGONSare

hi-'i. 1 am willing and glad to find knife. Loys' invention, that Is. She after a hor!=e thief once in Montana I sober although excitable when he's built and sold en honor.

aysif s,:o, and I do not believe there's says It's a c-ht-rublim but we call it and they landed on him in a butt end had a little too much or not quite We carry a full line ofEVEHYTfllHQ

any work more aix-eptable to him than the 'dyiii.:: tlai'jac.:.' TI.ero's a vi-jht canyon and there was all the stock enough. lie might put you on to a i

the tiuioii of jrouuj folk who love each smart lot of U-ef cri-ters toting that with the brands on 'em as big as a good thing.' I'm not a mining person ; IN VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIES

UieiGuehr sag 8 he as that foot signal round thn part: of ;lie country. patent medicine; sign i as the lad ba n't myself." We have HARNESS for

tuudioil the ground. 'Perhaps yon'dlietter Kyle's: one of the fellers that rises had time to s top for alterations. I 'Thanks,' says I and in I went to driver. See for the Florida mute as well as for the $1000

pick me up and carry me"bod- like a setting of bread-quiet and gentle 'Well,' says they, 'what have you the dining room. strive to us anything In Our lines and we assure you that we will

"!7.' but steaJy and sure. He's goln? got to say for yourself? lie lookedat "There was a great big, fine looking please, you and "make gOod" Yours ,.Y

"Sj 1 did it, the old housekeeper folloulux to the state legislature next TJr. them brands staring him In the man eating his ham and eggs the was very trulj if'I

us with au armful jf things 'Twoii't do DO harm to have one honest face, and he hit oST a small hnnk of I like to see a man eat the next morn- I KNIGHT &

and jawing the both of us, him for a man hi the outrit chewing: Ttt-chav! Says he. 'Gentle- !Mg. lie had a black beard that was so LANG.

fool and me for a villain. She was aettun "Now, perhaps if I'd married some men, I'm at a lays' for word!' And strong it fairly jumped out from his -- -

g minded old lady, and I wish I nice woman I might have had l.OUO they let him sro, as a good Joke i iu face." : -- ..:: -- ..
could rerr.ppb some of her talt. I: steers of my own and a chance to worth its price in any man's country. 'ilorninVsaysI... -- -- -

make rules and; regulations- .for-my'-fel- LA .Ar that lad's fi. _.1 ain't zotJhs 11 'o.-a_"" .nI'.a.-.Jz=" .atbe. .A Banner Job Rooms for fine Printing ,j s




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V r T plc. DIICUMed-laagreec When( for the Ocala Banner.) 8en by a Veteran Yanks Journalist I '- -' .
antumn'a wlnda -mAE H H H
wh Mr. Qaltakill'a beta to
Remedy frA : whistle
Dtlng! Awaya With 'round the northwest earner To the Editor Ocala Banner

Drink Habit. the !! of the big barn and the piss fuse and Thanks for your courtesy la sendIng -

Special Cor. quarrel over their bed of straw; when me a copy of year excellent Dally

Ocala Banner: the old miilch cow Iowa lone and lonesome Banner, containing my Morning Newsletter SuitsIf for Men
TU; farmers who
arose with the about the time the big red can on the "Progress of Florida

Uri cUlm{ '\ to ha,,, spa frost Tue- Is about to fall In behind earth'i cold Railroad The article wm too brief

day morning. but if there was and cheerless shadow, and you hear to allow of even a passing glance at

Me It Maa only enough to corroborate any the neighbor's! boys cutting firewood the three or four railroads that hare

Untie Santa weather man's pre from the black-Jackg hauled from the come into your flourishing city since -- .

diction Twnty-fl years last-cleared new-ground such things my first visit some thirty yere ajo.

rarrly{ Lad a frost befor December ago we, jerk a fellow's memory backward a I well remember a later ,hilt, form rl you want a Suit that will hold its shape and remain -

iflj sumetimea nono all winter bit to some events of the past. LongIn ; my ride from the F. C. C P. Ry.

hj...k of OUM winter we had no to the barefoot-boy age the first frostsof depot I heard for the firet time In i the same color as when you bought it, WE

killing front winter wore hailed with more Blight -- Florida the old, familiar sound of the
until the
20th of March. 1 CAN SERVE
YOU. have full line of Suits for
than a
Whit make the difference? An old the coming of the circus norses' feet upon a solid road-bed. At 1,

timer told in- Just after today. that time such: a sound was unknown from
the freeze of men $4.98 to $13.98 in all styles and sizes.
One of the Incidents ,
lv\6 bat the world which first even in Jacksonville, where deep sand
rouu'l to IbM northwest Ho shifting said to stirred interest in my boyish heart ofautumn's made all the streets dusty and heavy We can fit the midget as well as the giant.

I"n e .1 thai the old government land first approach occurred justso for carriages or loaded teams. Ocaia I,

IIstw lnt,'ftd of running due many years ago tonight back in was a pioneer in the matter of solid f

rr..l'J.rrr tUted so they east inclined and the deep wooded hills of Alabama. streets. 1 SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN

btrtll\" rt and aoutheabt. If that's sow Uncle Hill-long gray beard, ruddy When I made the trip up the Ok .

"' w n!, cheeks, sparkling eyes-sat before lawaha river to the famous Silver! ,
K.-I around
to about
Aa{ +ka: m after a \\ hUe.'n. where the big warm fireplace and told over Springs my old army wounds of Iv.i; : How would you like to buy a pair of Shoes and
..' again tho same old tales in the some made it a very uncomfortable thing i

.U put i'aiiut OD trial thresher last week wo, but spoke it was of old way, characteristic of the ideal for me to ride on bad roads in an q ; wear them with the understanding that if same is

pioneer citizen's life.! To Uncle Dill ordinary conveyance, so when the

f..tn'l 1.) I'',n't i..H.be Wt tiM the heavy parties for four interested horses the first frosts of winter were of more other passengers reached Ocala and e not satisfactory at any time you will get a new pair

Interest than a presidential electionnot it was known that 1 was on the strainer : -
I' u- (itorurml a gasolene: engine to free af all charge. This almost
( saying that Iway an enthusiast the citizens sent an easy riding s seems too good to
'in I I'Mid a machinist came from
up on the frost question either). His carriage after me to spend the night; be nevertheless
Ul".a \\.liM-day to art {it up. The true we Will do it.
old eyes however lit up) with delightas and Sunday as their guest. ,
l.rI.1 r will do line work if the
i .m run it. eni'io : he felt the falling pulse of the crisp And what delightful memories of IJ Everything we sell you is guaranteed to give perfect -
cool air and remarked that "the col- that hospitality have ever lingered,

ui. market nwn hato raised the lards would be fit to eat before an- unimpaired by time and change, in satisfaction or pull Purcljass) Price will be Re-
> of tt-Nk
| rn" from 10 -
to 12 1.2 cents. "
other moon. The wild persimmonswere my grateful heart. Where the now
'1 t..'> ray iht.y were compelled to do I Hinted Don't forget that have
also prepared for man's use by elegant brick Ocala House now stand we only one price
till"t -M.UK to thu high price of cattle, their exposure to winter's frost. Thefox's there was an unpretentious WOldl'Dl:1..orn. I
(+Hi w* .hate beard only and sell for cash only.
one man skins were sufficiently furred to : at which I was most delightfully I .
UriiujMniK at the change in price. be saleable and the weather cool entertained by Landlord Harris

i I--U. \ riiKo the Ueddick market enough to make the sport of catchingthe and his most estimable wife. No Trai with us and:! you will get nearly twice as much goods for the same

,'". II "'t'I.: 1 sell only one small beef little fleet-footed animal well modern hotel, however well managed; tr m')ney. Our store is complete in all departments, and we want you
< h 1 but
now they butcher
worth the while. tan ever take the place of the old-

"lr.1I t..:\t', and sell every potmd.t Oh, how the only original article of time tavern or inn with the genial I to pay us a visit.

.t''I' is doesn't signify that our solid comfort-the old time countryfire landlord at the head of the table and I. t. __

'i", 4I" an' any more fond of beef- place-held me suspended between -i the good wife at the fool Xo hurrying I '

It' han' in other years, but that Uncle Bill's tales and dream i of waiters, no dozens of useless

i.' v< f t... r.'with to buy it is more land's peaceful shores. Hut I awoke, dishes, but a home-like table, where I Thanking you for past patronage and soliciting future favors,

h Ht' 1 and baroe for their Sunday one wintry morning, to find that the everybody waited mostly! on themselves !I Ia'f{""1 II we remain, yours for a square deal,

,tt. : sill coat about as much as dream of life was rapidly unfoldinginto or "helped" their neighbors I ..

r > '-"l,. >!" IB Florida eat too reality. The boy of careless i have seen heroic generals, famous! I : : .

i I. uift anyway for a climate thought was developing into manhood. statesmen eminent lawyers and no- I) r 2'JPf

Th. Kaquimeaux can Uncle Bill's tales were only reproductions ted jurists around such tubb-s. and _

I- ar 'tar or seal and fish of my own experiences. And, they were as happy and as satisfiedas i .

> iilni and thrive on It, bei. there! Before I could scarcely realize mortals possibly could be. Such: a !I <

:Li < Ii that climate heat producing the fact that I had even edged in tavern I spent Sunday in, with a good

-i4|, requlrtd but with us the on manhood's sphere I was tellingthe :Methodist landlord, at whose wooden Jtm

I .1 i t.--ru
,. ( t .imiiian and lived almost ex- The way life slipped up on me was that day with him in Oc-ala. Thai

,.tn' \ <* rtc. we would live longer something like this: The first event <:church like the old wooden tavern,

;+u.| ha\' hotter health. Hut we will of the season after the first frost wasa gave way to a brick successor. that

tnseb ">ir < hlldr.fi physloloKj' and hyi community 'possum hunt and sup- helped to make Ocala the "Brick

i per at Uncle Bill's. The soft mellow City" of Florida.
moon light;: fell here and there in Ocala then, was a quiet but attractive -

Mr t.4.( .*lirit proposal remedy for bright splashes upon the long brown city, with no railroad or easy 1MI'I.' ... --I""' fiJ-"I.MiI!! OCALA, 'Wt FLA. lIiNU--- .D!"' .
nanh it \.-*\ to ray the least, and grass as we all followed close behind transportation to the "outer world."

hounds Uncle Bill's woods It had many citizens of prominencein .. ., ,;' ,. -- '' .
whist F'l! would be the across 1 ''
-n.la leicUlator ". ''' '''- '
ever ? ,
and and all the professional and in the busi- if .. 1...... 'JI' 4-- ...-.. ", "" '- :*&* _... ':.-"II-__.", H_', ........... '0 <- ,
M rwkNm I a* to propose such a bill pasture-girls boys nowhere I
in mind! Oh, bad a jolly. ness life. Its superb location, after _
ml In an rail hour ho remain too I n -- ------- -- -- -
i I' M to l'etrr 0',. persuading parlors good time eating persimmons and the railroads came through it, causeda A TYPICAL CASEA CANDIDATES for
'v InibiU- once too often the liquid refrwfcfermttu breathing that fine crisp winter air. rapid and healthy development of Bargains) COMING OUT

just to please Peter and Don't think I ever saw the moon shine its resources, and soon It blossomedout sixteen year old boy studied AT

'.. and there brains become addled, brighter than it did on this special as the "Brick City" and later as shorthand three months and then be- FISFIEL'SThese

'h.4r :,.*. treaeherous and their ton- occasion.:; 1 know Miss Sallie's eyes the "Exposition City," at which timeI gan working for the Santa Fe R. R.

..<*M I I.-frawl, and dreaming they were brighter than I had ever seen spent a month there with both at $70 per month. An older brother prices good until Friday, November 15, 1907M.

."'ft in our famous legislative halls. them before. And, then it seemed as pleasure and profit. But no later visits has worked for years for the same

irri. unit- by the great men of that though the fine country air-or per- have obscured the serenity and road as an unskilled laborer and gets Men's Heavy Undershirts Ladies' Skirts, all colors Broadcloth

t..thulQ .be was holding spell- haps it was the soft whispering echoin delightful comfort of my first visit; only $40 per month for his services.If 29 Cents $2.98 Each

'kwad ith a Mow of eloquence, and the silent woods-that made her nor could my dear friend Major PhilF. you were in the condition of the

voice sweeter to me that night than Brown of the famous Ocala older brother what would do?
.ph. tin Mi|.tiort of a lamp-post deliver you Yard WIde Percale Writing Tablets, large size
House, make forget that Land
a i 11U.'f of his pent-up oratory on ever before. me Let us suggest that you go right now 9 Cents Yard 3 Cents EachLadies'
the -iiLt, s of Tallahassee, then to be My memoryy vividly recalls some lord Harris and his excellent wife and take a course of bookkeeping,

nbt.,.! to tbe middle of his speech of the incidents of that night while once extended to me, on that same business training, shorthand and type- ---.

t', ;* i I' -i M-man and locked up with others have passed upon a flitting spot an old-time hospitality never to writing at the Athens Business College Leatherette Hand Bags \Ien's mack ThlLf't Suits

I", "",,'lIull..d of miscreants until thought unforgotten. I rememberthat be forgotten. Alas! such landlordsand of Athens Ga., the largest and 23 Cents $4.75 Suit

t", \ :, "rmmc. when he would have we caught ;possums, but fail to such taverns are but memories of best school of the kind in this sec

.. recall the number of 'possums. We the past SIDNEY HERBERT. tion. Cl.ildren's Ready Made Dresses
+I" t" ha shirt and furnish eui. \Im's Linen Collars
had a fine 'possum supper with yel- Maitland, Fla., oY.t, 1907. I 29 Cents Each
ta.r II' 1.w the lusty solons oft 5 Cents Each
f, all cooked in betweenynu NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor
: .. \ who would gather to see low sweet potatoes --
understand-but I am not I A Significant Prayer
t \ 'awbl allied. I don t sup "May the Lord help you make Buck- Creating a Special Tax Road District 54-incb Wide Broadcloth all colors Large Heavy Water Glasses
"t ialUklll "takes any sure whether I ate any or not. len's Salve at Martel
ever Arnica known to all, 69 Cents Yard 39 Cents Set
I. : "t.. >n MtppoftO some Kentucky But I remember that Miss Sallie: writes J. G. Jenkins of Chapel Hill.
and white shawl around N. C. "It took the out Notice is hereby that election
...n. .t friend of Mr. Gaitskill, wore a pink quickly pain given an -
all right. oi'a felon for me and cured it in a is called and will be held at Mar Baby Hoods for Winter Ladies' Pat. Leather
shoulders Shoes
.. her $1.51) Tip
4.. v r 'I'1 him. and coming from a "
wonderfully short time. Best on tel. Marion county, Florida, at the usual
t' .. -r.. only good whiskey is I That was my last boyhood autumn I earth for Fores, burns and wounds. voting place, during the- -hours 23 Cents $1.29 Pair

I I !. "nMI Id. while wandering about days. They passed away all almost 25c. at Tyilings & Co's. drugstore x from S o'clock a. m., to sun down of -
within a single day and passed with Friday, November 29, A. D, 1907
i 't.:. It. HiKhta. step" Into a saloon them-bear in mind the assertionthe Large Residence for Rent for the purpose of creating a specialtax I : FIST-IK ., (Visit the 5 and lOc Store)
hiwhUtle. and givenM4s
w was
The Allred House, near the Seaboard '
of simple happiness road district to be known as the OCALA FLORIDA
1" in.llfiild dynamite that the last days Air Line depot, is for rent. Has Martel special tax road district. I ,
:n 0""l' drink of which sets fraught wwith dreams of perfect I 12 rooms and more than an acre of The boundaries of the said road 1 _
f I. peace. land. Rent $20 per month. Apply to district to be as follows: I -
w'" r'i ttirnlnic around three waysjui
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David S. Woodrow, Holder Block, 1l ;: LIIEi.;
brighter. Brighter at the northeast cornerof
Sallie's : Beginning
eyes grew
Co unt I I.knock out all the sense
Ocala. Fla. 104tfw.
section 31, 15 21,
with passing Sunday night. township range
if W hall and then let out a every --- -- -- - --- thence north to northeast corner of
w' 'I' IIf proclaim with undue Her voice grew sweeter and her beau NOTICEOf section 30, thence east to southeast II MILLINERYS

tIC"' 'I.at he wa "spllin for a tiful existence became so charminglydear Application for Tax Deed Under corner of section 21, thence north to
to me that her very image be- Section S of Chapter 4SSS, Lawsof southeast corner of section 4, town-
!iiH! to b> nabbed by the
.. stop-hinged to my mind. The Florida ship 15, range 21, thence west to the i
F ":'1'11 l In the cooler until next came Notice is hereby given that J.V.. southwest corner of section 3, town- -
', to copy she gave me were more precious :Morrison purchaser of tax certificate 20 thence south to ,
Ut he would IIf' requested ship 15, range is well known in this
'. .hi" and drop his suspend than gittering diamonds and the No. 194C. dated the 7th day of Au- southwest corner of section 27 thence section, thisstore has
sweet promises she whispered to me gust, A. D. 1S99 and No. 565, dated I east to place of beginning, comprisingthe A
r "' 1\'e "fortytripes.. every echoed from the empty corners of my June 5, 1905, has. filed said certificatesin following sections to-wit: 7, S, 9, I always carried :ht; largest stock of Millinery 1
.r ,.hirh would land more than my office, and has made application 16, 17, 1S, 19, 20, 21 and 30 all in
"1 what Mould the colonel hell room at night-sang tenor to for tax deed to issue in accordance township 15, range 21; also sections in Ocala and this year's supply is by ,
t ,. .'I" other Kent"cV.ld every sound by day. with la,,'. Said certificates embrace 10. 11 12. 13, 14, 15, 22, 23, 24. 25, 26
b.. ever many be Induced to cro..sf In the course of time misfortune's I the following described property I i and 27, in township 15, range 2<\. to i far the finest we have ever had. When looking .
meddlesome fingers scattered prema- situated in Marion county i I be known as the Martel special tax
"rta and Florid" lines Then to-wit: East half of southeast quarter ( road district, and to elect three road t
I the of J' Circumstances I for fall headwear. the ladies will
\lr.1 ti'-o flO t plot ve. stand in
= upon
E ">4 Ufa I'HPJlt'l! would : of southwest quarter of section 4, tr u.;tees to vote on the millage to be I a
C s lit' tnfttotIUt It he ever paid a I brought us to the partingof township 1C, range 21, and north half I assessed and collected for the next their if I
'f' the ways and as our pathways of two years. JOHN L. EDWARDS, I own light they fail to inspect; our
.,# iortr. ",,n-l friends of northeast: Barter: of t'outhH'stI Chm. Board County Commissioners.
-. led watched
gradually us ipart we
taklll.: \ if *'e are net to life and; sighed, and sighed and watched I quarter of section 6, township 13;;, I 111. g line. Lady clerks in attendance will take

.._.';" AI option. Rive us some other I rangs!: _1. -
r r t rt t will! etop UII from getting finally bidding forever farewell) i Tar said lands being assessed at I NOTICE I pleasure in showing these goods
t' 8 of the liquor traf- I and passing out of sight. itar I date L: the issuance of such certificates
(.pr-iwlott I And, now, when the leaves begin to in the name: of Tony Fernandez -
but All are forbidden to trde
r,. n,". only the nr? ;.t as logical Is :shown I tall; when evening's shadows grow I and Henry Reynolds.; Unless I for any persons due bill given by me to W. L.I .: ii &
tM mnti' natural remy. I said certificates shall be redeemed ac- I J51 WI-
and tall, I frequently real thesame
mhrmal cnr'. -Ion of almost long i cording to law tax deed will Issue I i Smith untu; cl! iaims on merchandise I
by tiH. of the South I bright, girlish face of the good I ithtreon on the 2Sth day of October, business of said Smith are settled. 111f.
all ththlnkluK. od halcyon days, ahd -wouldn't have i A. D. 1907. I'
era UtM *r adopting I Witness official signature and '
call the image changed If I could. See'PETER my 1011w. Stanton Fla.
rt4 thew al'.Mr of the curse. We I seal this the 23rd day of September. I 'Iw
.PH"'fOU1ocrat5.. Democracy STANLEY. |A. D. 1907. S. T. SISTKUNK. -- -- ....... Jm- N_ r. -- ... '<>- ti :T .........._..
I of the people. Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., FI, I A bend election will be held i in -
rule -
than' a fMjority I Prohibition Victory in Delaware -
Ii majority 11.1.Shipments. Tampa the second Tuesday in December
p mil aw4M that the great In Tuesday's election the entirestate raise $500,000 for a new city
I to
t PI CWf b*.t p "( .i'1" favor and prohibition fall into j I of Delaware: voted on the prohibition ;- i of fish on ice from the 1 hall, a hospital, a new bridge over the j: | Banner Job r\ooms for pine Prnting.

wh, not t* fOMlfctwt ? question. The prohibitionistscarried port of Punta Gorda for the weekending I Hillsboro river, street paving and I ____________ .
Ilse aDd bln the good cause along two out of the three countiesin Tuesday night amounted to
the state, thus forcing many saloons six carloads in bulk and 115 barrels, Red Saunders Red Saunders

out of business. aggregating 167,000 pounds. Read Red Saunders. ,
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Hon. A. P. Jordan the versatile ed. t

Itor of the Punta Gorda Heral I 1- .
discusses as follows ............... .
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u Many i>eople abroad have little idea I I : _--
of the extent and variety of FloridarvMMimw. I t4.f
In number they excl'cd I II- i + -4 t.
the** of any other state of the repulIt ::= : : ... I

<\ and offer to everyone an occupi ', I IMWtptJoD .... t ... .1 I
thin Milted to his choice. A full de< __ {\ ,.. E. h
of all of them is beyond thl' : : BRO' : y'I R BD' 0' : :, 1(1ffi '
lhattr. of this paper, but a cursor I JA. t n
i.*wiiua lit i ho I leading ones may : g:: lli! : ,
pyre teterehttlng to people outsid: ; 0-

I tile .tat*. I. t
Take the business of ordlnar i WHOLSaLE CKOCJEJf i
fNBiitf; nearly every crop produce I
Ice ether states IB profitably grown i in ., ._
I .... i : "7fij.a.c.ff: ; .a. : -- -
.jNrldL Our long staple cotton h' ,. -4f. .l11o"Tn'n: m 'jZkif ,-d
Miliag fur upwards of 30 cents a 0- .
Ind, the highest price it haVght ; I i>-- :e --4 !i
I. : .
Y which ,
In thirty years repnMrta -- +.
a ivi urn of thirty to forty do .'I Z-- "-4P
l.' -
]*M an a'l'Sugar cane and swetjMtatoe I .
*, which nourish anywhcrfNMtt -
the northern and western bouttfckri 1 C -
*'* l<> Key Went and are the eas i- -_---- .. ...
Ietl CMIIB cth earth to raise, ylei I i t-:: I
tNpP that pay at the rote of $HlII tflMt EI .
r an ...n*. (Cora oatH, hay and II : :
.Mt *art -i>' of grows and plant -filiit
1"N wdly grown
".. this variety (if fruit and vegn \ i -cJI
1. Iks .,... wt probably iturpnxa t\ .
; -
M ..lwr dial', With the exception IIf
;4 NpIP., we produce nearly every fen
AM IN. ron north of UN, and In uii -- i. ....... I
mum tii them we have Orlllllot"II, << ....
4ftMPtl'tf, and i houl of otherfMM 11'1111 41'' -'
a..d .eiMliniplcttl fruits, all (If t
'Irk pay haudiHimtf ruturnn. F!nar :::.. ::
I..twi %. Made In growing airawim ___
plw. rotary, IrUh potatoe nod oihe"to it
f........., z
.. pbonphateN and naval stores wialwM (' One thousand bushels Texas Red Rust lj

_. uf any other m-rtion of 1114' i
ttr"h, M ftlM In Ash! and oyster dy,..
Mttk'b alMiund long 1200 miles oJ'

..mt Punta Corda alone ships ove : One thousand bushels Burt 9ODayI I I
.. or
I'il..ftIMMI ibt. of|M every undM yenr.of fish In ttlixitM i ... .

"(Mir rftttlo feed upuii a thoiisniu, '
|blur! Mt.\ pralrU'B I\llItllollrhh withouauy i
ftii4H 1 tl'-n, without helm fed, watww4 feeed Rye and Chicken] : Wlieat :
(*r UmtKtl at any time Burin
Ihrt I )..r."We i
Iw\e the biggest kaolin bed I ...
hitherto" dixcovered in the world, anll : ....... 1
llu. m.-rlal makes china as fine as: -41 1
any Imported from Germany. Variou: --
olh.r valuable minerals are found in : I

paying quantities."Our ALSO FULL LINE OF i ::: !
forests contain a great 'aril'I -
of timber, much of which make: i ii
beautiful woods, the curl '
finishing: :)
pine In particular not being duplicatil : i
i and Preserves in :
anywhere eke. The wild cherr; Jellies Jams ,
grows to great size and Is ,valuabl ,
for many purposes. Cedar, red Lay;
and cypress also abound and offer op Iif.
I I and
Hirtunitie' for profitable investment tin glass
"The wads are full of plants iiwbkh I : ,
wealth lies undeveloped. : 'j
The palmetto berry Is already ennomo i
rkbing enterprising citizens, ____ iE i--- '
'blko here In the South we have vas if. ++ --
acre of wild pennyroyal awaiting the +
magic touch to turn them into mon : --
...,. All over his region, too, is the

starch wIM coniptie and the plant vanilla, which plant is redolen rich i in f i 20 and 30-ponnd pails Jelly Mince Meat and J .

of e. mercial fragrance and profit.
*It would require, however, a good I
itoii Itook to enumerate in detail al E t Cranberry Sauce i. :
the btaudngii which Cod has bestowecui ,
't*'" Florida which need only the '-. 1i
h.n4 of Intelligent industry to conPert : :

riwibt them our claim into wealth.to this legion Those of who re, E i Dates Currants: Figs Trimes and i
....*,.*. have only to visit the stat r
fair In Tairpa nest February to have
i F tMr doubts removed. i Evaporated ApplesL i I
",\1Id to all lhl1:1 climate which (
)railU a man to work out of doors;
tyr ry day In the year, to sleep corn I I i

hwIsbiv with the ever fact>*proved night by and indisputable crown i ii If L Raisins and Nuts to arrive by the 10th i. -..-.

Jfatl.tirthat Florida is the health: F --
,'lit ttate of the republic, and one will i
wm 4r why people who are informed .
i -- -- .......
of taeee wonderful advantages do not 4t .....
floes; by thousands into this state and
a tyke It In a few years the wealthiest ,, El H1ThI

of and There That gubernatorial MOlt"Coming U populous going candidates to Out"of be all.a Convention"fall at opening Ocala I I Let Us Have Your Orders J 1' !

Nw. nber It and all the political i : ........:>> & \"
.dcr will attend to see the display I .0-.... ...... /- t\
: T
TIIBW la Vjeueral Gllcurist wto is a *>- 1 ::
....., creation from the Everglades : Qa.-- : I

Mi fl...they who do have uy he puckering is quite lips correct and I I! t+++..........t......o/A9eoa e'NNNNeNeo.......++ ......+............+.Ne.... ............o.'AM..r.........A. + --. ti
-- i e/1 J :::
Nftkd throats will not find the Gil- I =--
coItn.t to their taste, but for sonic tom- I -.c8
.... ..pxioas he is au tait. Jef7Qrewna I
:= business ::
is a worked-over pattern I Yours for more '
from "t'Y 11'r+t. Some leaders dote ---
urn the Itiowiie dash. There are many I E -c j
ath'rmine are somewhat i "'. -.:
a hoi'worn and have been displayed I --1, -.n
herort: adding a new feather hero j. \ --j- P!>
I / ,
and a riM" .on there will look quite A BFvi ViS f ;
: "A.
r.. .Datable. The opening will be> -**> r-
.fmultt>t<>4 by Harris and Bltttinger. ..... d
wild have Just returned from the % 11 ...... \, i
feat, and it ii aaid that their fall __ :;if
w Bowtnc will be a delight to the most
tMtUtoaa. It IB said in a circular .
totter ff.l*-tj from tto proprietors OCALA FLORIDA *tarUilll
that Bothloff will bo for sale on the ,
epwwb t toy. That Is good-very r __
S ..
Il...L-9L I'ltel'lbur, Independent.FOR II>--

f %}Ma *f SI\LE-HO write P. A.acres LIJJell of land.,10-ll-5tw Santos Ar- :?i '6"6"6"" '..," " ,' 6 ISSSE83SSS" " " """ j ii

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