The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00048734:00455
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J1 'For theBes Value : : ;THE MUNflOE & CHAMBLISS BfINI%

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i .. fU There, where the liveoaks grow wild Florida, Florida, mine, my land. to regular customers

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i : j is seen; No other spot is so dear to me;
.. . T. T. MUNROE, President 1 "
: OE OUR .j.. Where the palmettoes in beauty Even ny heart is at your command 'Wi
Z. C. CHAMBLISS, Vice President.
stand- Lover-land Florida, rare, rare land.

f s TAT i O'r'R: H Ii There lies my Florida, fair, fair land. Green leaves and blossoms and hon-I A. E. GERtG. CHiller.r .

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groom, Springtime and summer the whole
street is be
paving going to
e i. t Where the magnolies are in full year through; pushed rapidly! to completion, and in BIGGEST LINE
i bloom Ocean to ocean with pearly strand-
PostoffiCH Dn so" Store. ; a little while the great volumes or

i sgPrescriptionsirsppred i Sunshine and pleasure on every Sun-kissed, my Florida bright, bright dust, wbich have been so annoying to OF
T handSunnyland land.
tt personal comfort, damaging to the
Florida dear, dear land.
stocks of merchants and delicate
t mechanism
. r 1 Proper: Fair Land of Flowers for thee I sigh, of jewelers and printer .".
/. Silvery waters in lakes and streams, Dreaming of love and the days gone :
t t menacing to health, will be aim>>t sI.rri
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Kissing sunshine in summer by,
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dreams Where Love and Hope went hand in ,
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Banking the lilies on snow-white hand-
-- quite sure, be great comfort and
I a a
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark celebrated sa.ndBeautiful Happy in Florida-love-dream land. FOR
, Local andPersonal' the thirtieth anniversary: of their sweet land. great relief.
Florida sweet
One of the sloops bringing these

'. Sara Elizabeth Harris Local Editor.-- dinner.marriage felicitations They Monday and received by giving wiates a great a family many Land of my love, where my heart Take clime us ;once more to that sunny brick in from Jacksonville New York, and has will already be unloaded arrived -- l L&DIES& [ i D fiERiiiU[ &

good from
_, -J a now flees, Give back one day of that happy time; I
and the brick forwarded to
Mr nut! )In.:. James Hudgens of host of friends.Mr. Back to the shadows of sweet-gum Mid the green ferns let me hold your .
K>.il I Robert Kaiser of the Hotel de is safe to say that the contractfor
(? Hi' city Monday. watching me hold There in my Florida, love, love land. '
Kaiser but who is temporarily resid-I paving the streets named will be i
1g.- your hand- IHX HAMILTON HUNNICtTT.T vt.
; Mr I J. )J. Neetey of Oklawaha sta- ing at Hastings, came over to spend i __...0........ ----.",. begun and finished at the time stipa- I

nun. and Mr. T. J. Trltchett of Can- : Sunday with the family. He says that: _._--.- _.-- -.:.---..=,:,===::._-_-.-.--- ,- I II lated.
. .n.-r w-re prominent visitors Monday.. I' everything is A-I at Hastings, known I! 1 We believe that these paved streets "
, I I',now to the remotest part of the Unit land sidewalks will become so popular 9

.' \\: .-, 'a\ !. ed States as the "Potato City." i:! RICH! MF.fi WHO WERE POORhe ri that the coucnil will be flooded with I THE JEWELER. I

i Mr. J. K. Swum of Valdosta 1.ns I i petitions to have them extended to
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t main accepted a position with the I lion. J. M. Barco of Sunny Slope ; --..-.-.--- ether parts of the city.
J Variety Store. He arrived in OcalaMonday. Farm, but who has been temporarily i t We believe that they will prove a f.::
residing in Tampa for several months j Many of the nation'smulti-million-1 II was a school teacher in Missouriand good thing, and the maxim has: be- i -\\e-\ had a pleat-ant visit yeetty

past, was shaking hands with his '! aires were born at the lowest rung then he pushed on to the West come universal: "If it is a good I from t x.St Darur Mann, and be gave -

)B$1 ChrUtine Richards, who has Ocala friends Monday. He is en-i of life's ladder. I After a spell of quartz mining in thing, push it along." us an interesting chat on good .....

b.... the attractive guest of Miss Lout Joying excellent health and will be I James J. Hill, ranked as the most I Montana, he finally struck it rich He is devoting his whole life to 1fIJft.

..e llarrU for the past ten days, is with us at the "coming out" conven powerful railroad magnate in the and now his fortune is said to be at Mr. Whitworth Up to Date ins up an interest that sooner or lnt.r

no. the guest of Miss Alice Bullock. I tion. I world was born on a farm in Wellington least $50,000,000. Mr. H. H. Whitworth, proprietor of will see bad roads abandoned **4

county, Ontario, seventy years Andrew Carnegie was born in Dun- the Hiawatha Frams, and who has good ones substituted for t..... His

Mr 1T.. Helveuston. who has Mr. Alex. Moorhead, our efficient I ago. At fifteen he was working in fermline, Scotland, and his fathera made more than a state reputation on talking good roads, vrttiag n*.\

bit iH-ndlnfi the past two months in county surveyor is just back from I the fields. to support a poor widowed poor weaver. The very first installment his Red Jersey Duroc hogs, will have roads not only in Florida tat t. alt

the mountains of New York, has re- Dunnellon where he has been surveying i mother, and as he entered manhoodhe l of the many millions he is about twenty of them on exhibition in sections of the country, and | tlltarc

hw frlend row and Waters, which they proposeto laborer at $2 a day in St. Paul, Minn. earned in Allegheny City as a bobbin Banner office on the day of the "com his way as he goes. If this IN tot

11 throw upon the market Mr. Moor- Today he can look out of the win- boy. The sum was $1.:5. ing out" convention. He will show to true patriotism 'lie sbovld @be to

)1I."'Oara Cray of SL Petersburg head says the Phosphate City contin- dows of his $700,000 mansion and It is also interesting to note that all who visits Ocala on that day that know where you will go to >tsjst It.

"hoVK. tb past several weeks hasbeen ues to grow in leaps and bounds.Mr. watch the hustling of the men on Edward Harriman, the railroad Na- politicians are not the only things In the two miles of oiled roads k* U

the guest of Mrs. W. T. Allsop, the wharves where he had to hustl poleon now in the public eye in connection that Florida grows to perfection. The now building, or to instrument*! hi s

U now the guest of Miss Pauline Sul- Frank Turner, wife and children for $12 a week. I with the Illinois railroad, was Red Duroc is an indispensable articleof building, near Jacksonville, be !grabs

.'. 11Ysn. and grandfather and Mrs. D. B. John D. Rockefeller the richest I the son ofaXew Jersey clergyman. the farm and is becoming more and it will answer every rrqntrrnmiBt so
. man In the world, began his working I It is said that his early training was more popular. completely that it will be adoMai as
Culpepper'a tent was Cappleman and family, spent last Saturday -
Her. J. 11. career hoeing and plowing on the shaped with the idea that he should the proper mt thud of bnildlac .Made
Ocala several on the beautiful Silver Springs
shIM'ed from Atlanta to I. farms in Tioga county, Ohio. He gra enter the ministry. Chief Eaton of Lake City PromotedMr. in Florida and will OHM into tsdter-
.la)* ago and Is likely to arrive at any run enjoying its beauties and catch- duated from this to an office stool in There are any number of millionaires Chas. E. Eaton, chief of policeof sal use. Senator Mate hopes ;tot BO
is ing fish. After catching as many as
revivalist now
tint. This eminent Cleveland and the first large sum and multi-millionaires who bad Lake City has been appointed state distant day to see good roads rtmHying .
they needed they landed at Delk's
at Qulucy.i of money that he made was when he rich parents to start them in life. special agent by Governor Browardin all sections of Ute coaatiy Md
Bluff and enjoyed a fine fish fry.They .
I purchased a raft of hoop poles and Pierpont Morgan's father was a recognition of the record he has that automobile tours from city to
Mr. M. I). Turnipseed and family of of course, were piloted by Com-
towed it down the Ohio and sold .it millionaire. Chauncey Depew'a par made as an efficient otficer. Mr. Ea city state to state aft! NeD to even
DunnrtUm returned homo launch, the Josephine. Life at Silver
Ken- at a profit of $50. ents were able to send him to Yale. will not be an impossible tit I.* iMawl
morning, having been called to Springs is becoming more and more seven
Saturday on account of the, animated.Mr. William A. Clark senator and cop-I The late William C. Whitney likewise the day.
per king spent a number of his early had rich parents.-Philadelphia City. He is a brother of Conductor
(dt-aih Ilf Mrs James Carrington. years at farm labor. For two years I Press. Eaton who formerly had the run between i Conductor Williams of tile A. C. LIt
J. P. Galloway returned Saturday i
I Ocala and Homosassa and i R., has just returned from. is wt*y.
JIr. J. U. Hutler, one of the prom- night from a week's hunt in the, I I
made Ocala his tome. where he went to attend t> funeral
im-fit Illness men of the western scrub near Salt Springs in the east lIi'.mu = =
", V""V I I of his mother, who died st.ld! i-nlv but
art of the county, was a pleasant ern part of the county. lIe had wonderful I II I
I+ ) Mr. George G. Maynard, of the firm Saturday of heart falter*. Hhas
caller at our office Monday, returning this occasion, bag-
success on
of Maynard and Meffert of Rocki
the .
sympathy of l host fir fn. \ M.
lo hU oW borne at Roinoo in the ging besides a whole lot of small SHOES i I Springs, has been called to Massachusetts -

ti-riHH game bear, deer, turkeys, wild boars. 1 I I on account of the serious illnessof Well we are all ready fur "., '-om

Barco Patterson and etc. His hunting companions were his little son, who has a severe attack ing out" convention. Wi hop. .i. th.

Mrs. Jewtlv daughter weN visitors in Messrs. Albert Fort and C. J. McCra- I; | of pneumonia. The little fellow candidates will be here *t -\h. ak! '
NT little
ney than whom the county does not I had some sort of an ear trouble and of the ..
Ocala Monday. Mrs. Patterson hasa ) THAT FIT THE FEET { party may obtala a t .!:, ,>r
hunters. bad
afford better They a recommendations of physicianswas them.
lowly home in Miami and is visiting fine time, and Mr. Galloway has numerous -I upon sent to Massachusetts for the i ___ !

her parents in this county at Sunny anecdotes to relate of various 'I 1 1I I purpose of spending the winter under Mr. Royal E. Cole fetifn.iMonday twine

Slop Farm. hairbreadth: escapes during the week. L = CJ J! tbe belief that the climate would from a huattag tsar .n DN

Miss Clara Moore, who has been PRICE i be of benefit to him but he had not Soto county. He reports enmtIknt

speuding the past two years in New Mr. Pat T. Randall, the "all aroundman" been there long before he contracted success, the party hating ktOs ten

Orleans IA.. and In Jacksonville, has i of Connor, merchant, postmaster i a cold which quickly developed into deer and some smaller .....
sheep rancher, orange grower I that he will
n'tunied home and has accepted a' ,. pneumonia. We hope "
etc., was circulating among his Ocala strong enough to overcome the Mr. and Mrs. Roy
petition In Mr. William locker's of- I THAT FIT THE POCKETTheMarionShoe 'I'II prove Reagan aa4 Uttledaughter :
fice. Her many friends! welcome her friends Monday. He said that his I attack and will soon. be able to return of Brooksvllle passed t..o'

home again.Mr. sheep were doing finely, and while to Florida.Mr. Ocala yesterday on their way less c
t his orange crop was a little short the from a sevearl months' Ttstt to
increased would more than > J. P. Gal1owa *says many of
Baum who operates a large prices friends in West Chester Pa.
mill at Crystal River, sent up a handsome make up for the shortage. Mr. Randall Go. I : his friends seem to be a little skeptical -

l o string of fish Monday for the thinks the country is in good (1- as to bis ability as a sportsman, Large Residence for Rent
( rule I these he tenders cordial invitation The AllrM Hous. the .
is very shape and our people are as a and to a nar Seaboard
D. B.
hospital. Ills thoughtfulness (J. M. MeSert Mayo.)
much appreciated by those in chargeof oblivious as to a money stringency BETWEEN MUNROE & CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. : to come to his home where II j 12 rooms Air Line and more depot than is for an rent.acre Hoe of !

this Institution and the inmates modoce Clark on his fine naptha OCALA, FLORIDA. the skins of the slain may be seen. 1 land. Rent, $:"!0 per month. Apoly fo t

convalescent enough to enJoy : and many of them did not know that J I Doubting Thomases will please take 1 I David S. Woodrow, Holder Block. j
who were
rich feast. we had a panic until it was all over ..- r-__A ..-A ",.._, notice. Ocala Fla. IM-tfw. t
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MEET MEAT lew Goods Galore I MEET MEAT 1

Having jut returned from New York and other Eastern Markets with a most complete line of Goods, I am now

prepared to shuw to the people of this section of Florida such a variety of goods as they have never before seen hereIn n y ylii

this stock will be found the greatest aggregation of LADIES' SUITS AND SKIRTS in the city. They are hand I.

tailored and made of tht Le-t. fabrics obtainable and in the latest fashions, considering price and quality they are > : '

r I IC I{ l E I ri', S ::1 being sold as low as it is possible to handle this class of goods. An immense line of J If iiLEsii! tJpa I S 1 1.I 1.

Men's Clothing and Furnishingsalso j

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

t : seen to be appreciated. Then, too they! are being sold at especially attractive prices. Also Boys' Knee! Pants Suits,
full values for sizes 4 to IS. The stock of LADIES' AND MEN'S ;SHOES: now being shown here cannot be" duplicated in Central in the line

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

line of Dress Goods in all kinds of Silks, etc. Underwear for the whole family may be found here, and in fact everything Wearing Apparel I
every dollar 1 spent usually kept in a first-class Dry Goods Store. Give me a call and I will save- you money.

As the store is crowded from top to bottom we are compelled to reduce the stock in order to properly for old and 1

there.1 display goods hence the lowest prices prevail on the entire stock. young.


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Ocala Fanaet: I, Special

Bj%cUil Cor. Ocala Banner: r Special Cor. Ocala Banner: &QQ"$ mother, U.. tUltlaa her cothdLMrs. Special Last Friday Cor. morning -TMisa Dixie !'be play for Thanksgiving ia now cult Marion County. Florida.-la

The estimable family of W. B. Johnson : Frank 0. Sdapsoa- under headway, and practicing la the Chancery.
Mr. M. P. Frank, who Las been sick Pillans enurtalBfd a few of her many
have moved to Hartel, and are Mr. and Mrs. Chandler Sampson The happy order of the day. John D. Robertson, Complainant TS. .'
three weeks, is improving; visit to friends roost de11!, ttul1y.
I I the pabt comfortably domiciled in tb/eir wry are nuking their yearly were MUsw B tUilcCarley < Mr. Joseph MlUflon and Mr. C. A. Silver Springs and Western Railroad -

and his many friends hope that i* new home. They are welcomed among Boardman. >>r. Sampson comM here guests present and Belie lli hop and Tremere made a business trip to the< I Company, a Corporation Under

i 4! will le out soua. Including the relative us aa substantial citizens. every winter from Boston for the Messrs. James and Jet Martin and Brick City Tuesday.Mr. the Laws of the State of Flor

who came to free Lint ..1.01.. v/eek The young people of Martel gate purpose of gathering and shipping hispecan Gus Water After enjoying flinch Frank Washburn has gone to ida.

was his bon, Mr.: Aubrey rank, a an enjoyable pillau at the parsonage crop. of South and other games and some fine music New' York to atttend school He will I Whereas it has teen made to appear -

of the Uarber-Jr'ruiA. .'arsery Friday night which was greatly en- The Misses Hutcheson missed his friends:
ui ml/vr Mrs. Pillans served refreshment be greatly by many to the judge of the above styled

Company at JuacCleuny, Florida. joyed by the large crowd assembled Carorlina are visiting their si8t r'l) 'Tis said "the way to a man's heartis court, In a certain cause therein

Miss Rae Folk, our charming School These social gatherings unite the Mrs. Lindsey of Boardman. down his throat. and if this be here.The Workers met with Mrs. J. F. pending wherein John D. Robertson is

warm, spent Saturday and Sunday good people of our locality in the Mr. James" Jones, uncle of Mrs true, I am afraid Mrs., -Pi fans won Pelot Thursday. A large number at- complainant and Silver Springs 1.\\(1 i
AUrtel.: bonds of sympathy and good fellow Will Allen who has been coming afternoon was!
with relames at and pleasant .
that tended a
there Railroad
Is here the hearts of all the boys Western : Company, a cor ration
Mr. and Mrs. Ii. .r:. hnowden are in Florida for several meet with Mrs. J. A.
ship.Mrs. wel- night from the way they praised the spent. They under the laws of the state of
Oxford this week. While their parents II. W. Long made a flying trip again. His friends" are glad to
this week. .
cake. Just before leaving Miss Pal Freeman Florida, Is defendant, that th > officers
little Miss Annie and to the poor farm last Thursday and come him back. Mr. E. A. Polly
are away lans and Miss McCarley tripped timeto It is rumored that of said defendant corporation are

.Master Willie Snowden are staying enjoyed the sweets of cane juice and Mrs. Allen has a cousin, Mr. Kelly a lively two-step. I intends moving his family to Ocala. unknown and it further appearingthat

Mrs. M. P. Frink. making.Mr. Jones, from Kentucky, visiting her.
Mr. syrup
with The dredge boat clearing out the< We will miss them greatly. the said above mentioned suit
Mfbsrs. Henry Lon and Frank Walter Ray is having a number Mr. Henry Fesler of Kentucky arrived I mill :
Lumber Company's
Oklawaha river is The Hilton In for removal
List Friday. Mr sandbars in the is a suit equity a of a
section are over of nice cottages erected on his farm in McIntosh
Folks of the Juliette
has been I located at Polly's old ,
again at work, and has reached Mi which cloud from title. 'tIt
here I :
Martel. Fesler has been coming so many
the Lake Sixteenth country '
siding, Is now being moved to town
i Jack Snell's landing.Mr. is therefore ordered adjudgedand
would feel rather
and caw Mrs. Jessie Barco Patterson and winters that he I ';
time hunting, n&umg
big G. W. Waters arrived home The moving of the boiler was quit, decreed that the said defendant
i little daughter of Miami visited her : strange were he to spend one in Ken-
lug.Mr. :Monday from a two weeks' stay in a task, taking eight mules to pull itI I Silver Springs and Western Railroad _
Holly Seckinger, the Martel mother at Sunny Slope, and was i tucky. ZU-ZU.I
where he tad a fine to town. under
Gulf Hammock Company, a corporation
market man. is enjoying a tine trade stricken with pneumonia soon after i Mrs. J. A. McCarley returned home
1 absence of four time shooting squirrels, but did not laws of the state of Florida be and it
He was as busy as a bee when we arriving but had sufficiently recovered I last Saturda.after an NOTICE

>aid him a visit one day last week. to leave: for her home Monday, November months in South Carolina, where she see a turkey or a deer. I I is hereby required to appear before
l I Mrs We have had nice showers, and the judge of the circuit court of the
Mrs. James Smith of Wakulla is 11. has been visiting her daughter !| Of Application for Tax Deed Under
the farmers are busy putting up their: I fifth Judicial circuit of Florida Marion
vlbiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. M. Barco and family of York McDonald and friends at her old ;I Section 8 of Chapter 4S83, Laws

1.. ll*C k. have moved to Dutton, where he has home. Mrs. McCarley was in poor seed cane but some of them can't re I' of Florida county, on

position at a health when she left last July, but rist the temptation of going to the< E I Monday, the 6th Day of January, A.
Miss Mary Smith is assisting her accepted a temporary I I Notice is hereby given that A. S. J. .
scrub, deer hunting. The best timeto D. 1908,
lucrative salary. she looks and feels well. I
lather in his general merchandise now ( Wallace purchaser of tax certificate
get a deer is right after a shower. I at the court house of the paid county
familiarly of rain have
store atfartei.. The friends of Thomas Simpson, Several nice 'No. 5S9, dated too 5th day of June,
wel- of the county Syrup making will soon begin now. to answer and defend the bill of com
Robert known as "Uncle Tom, fallen in this section
Miss Claire Bryan and Master A. D. 1905, has filed said certificate in
Plant af- when will do There will be a short crop throughthis plaint In above styled cause /t I la
Bryan of Martel spent a few days come ihm back to Cotton coming just a time they my office and has made application
ter absence of several weeks. I'the truckers the most good. section owing to so many having further ordered that this ord\
,. of last week in Ocala with their sisters an I for tax deed to issue in accordance
H. Outalnd the faithful of Danville Ky. has lost their seed cane last year. published once each week for two consecutive
.. Mrs. J. C. Smith and Miss Bryan. Rev. M. Mr. Holloway I with law. Said certificate embraces

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Friuk pastor of Cotton Plant circuit will bought the Kennedy home, midway JOHN PETER. i the following described property situ- months in some newspaper

at Macclcimy, Fla., October 11, a girl. preach his farewell sermon at St. between Micanopy and Evinston, into NOTICE .ated in Marion county, Florida, towit: published in Marion county. Florida

Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Brooks and Johns church next Sunday. His return which he and his family will soon Of Application for Tax Deed Under Southwest quarter of northeast quarter immediately preceding said 6th day of .. e

children of Ztiber visited friends and to the circuit next year will be move. Section S of Chapter 4SSS. Lawsof and southeast quarter of north.. January, A. D. 1908.

relatives in Berlin Monday. acceptable to the people.J. Mrs. Mary Evans has been quite Florida At Chambers, Ocala Florida. October J
section 33
west 15
quarter, township ,.
Mrs. Sue Frmk and Mrs. Lea Ste- M. Bryan of Martel has acceptedan sick for several days, but is now ableto Notice is hereby given that W. : 14, 1907. W. S. BULLOCK.
Morrison, purchaser of tax certificate south range 21. east-SO acres. The

vens of Ocala were in Deriln Tuesday invitation to deliver a temperance be up. No. 194C, dated the 7th day of Au- said land being assessed at the date 10-lS-2mw Judge.

calling on old friends.Mr. lecture at Fellowship church next The ladies of Evinston have organized gust, A. D. 1S99, and No. 565. dated of the issuance of such certificate in

Sunday. society. June 5, 1905, has filed said certificates: NOTICE OF ELECTION
and Mrs. Edward Carter, Mr a missionary the name of Dan Nelson. Unless said
in office, and has made application -I -
John F. Parker is opening the public my
and Mrs. Fernie Blitcb, Mr. and Mrs for tax deed to issue in accord- : certificate shall be redeemed accord, Fcr Creating a Special Tax Road District

EJ "Weathers and Mrs. Mills went to road to Juliette, which when com SOUTH LAKE WEIR ITEMS ance with law. Said certificates embrace : ing to law, tax deed will issue thereon at Cotton Plant I

Ocala Monday to do some shopping. pleted will be a convenience to the the following described property on the 12th day of November, A. Notice is hereby given that an election j

Others who went recently to the traveling public from Ocala via Mar- Special Cor. Ocala Banner: situated in Marion county, Florida, D. 1907. is called and will be held at Cot

Brick City were Mr. Sistrunk, Mr tel and Cotton Plant to Dunnellon.Mrs. Mrs. B. B. Kibler has returned from to-wit: East half of southeast quarter ton Plant, Florida at the usual voting I

Valentine Seckinger and Mr. Jack Me H. W. Long will furnish the her trip to Ocala and Jacksonville.We of southwest quarter of section 4, 'i Witness my official signature and place, during the hours from 8
: seal this the 7th day of October A. : o'clock a. m.. to sundown of
16 21 and north hal:
Montezuma Hotel in Ocala with some are glad that the recent fire township range ,
Cully, Mr. Montholon Atkinson andMr. I 'I D. 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK, Friday, November 29, A. D. 1907 j
I plndar fattened turkeys for the was not the cause of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- of northeast:: quarter of southwest
J. L. Beck.
for the of
Clerk Circuit Court; Marion Co., Fla purpose creating a specialtax
"coming out" convention November thur Adams locating elsewhere, as quarter of section 6, township 15. be known the
).Ir. Neal Fergu.ion is studying 10-11-w road district to a*
By H. B. FOY, Jr.. D. C.
short hand. lIe makes two trips a It they are now pleasantly situated rightin rangs 21. Cotton Plant special tax road district
The said lands being assessed at' The boundaries of the said road district -
The regular meeting of Friendship the heart of the city.
week to Ocala for his lessons and is
: the date of too issuance of such certificates -I NOTICE OF ELECTIONFor to be as follows: f
looming fast. lodge, No. 53, F. & A. M., will be held Tbere is to be a free temperance southeast
in the name of Tony Fernandez Commencing at the corner
The Berlin school is progressing at Cotton Plant the evening of November lecture at Weirsdale on Friday evening and Henry Reynolds. Unless Creating a Special Tax Road District of section 4, township 16. south of

nicely under Prof. Emanuel Martin 15. There will probably be at 7:30, by talent from Belle view. said certificates shall be redeemed according at MartelNotice range :!O. east thence running northto

and his charming assistant Miss: Rae work In all the degrees. Visiting Masons Let all attend. to law tax deed will Issue t the southeast corner of section 4,
thereon on the 28th day of October, is hereby given that an election township 15. south of range 20, east di
invited to attend session of the
is !! are cordially Quite an interesing
Folk. The general now
t A. D. 1901.Witness. I Is called and will be held at MarI thence west to the southwest cornerof
J about 50 pupils. The school publishes Out of the past forty-seven years of Sunday school, followed by the C. E. my official signature and I tel Marlon county, Florida, at the usual section 2, township 15, range 19,

a paper each m:>nth. .The paper is the existence of this lodge, It has meeting was held Sunday. Miss Inez peal this the 23rd day of September, I voting place during the hours thence south to the southwest cornerof

named the Berlin Herald, and it contains been most flourishing during the Gates was C. E. leader. A. D. 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK, I from 8 o'clock a. m., to sun down oi section 2, township 16, south) of

: all the news of the neighbor past three years.J. Mr. and Mrs. John McGinnis of Re- Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla i Friday, November 29, A. D. 1907 range 19, east thence east to point
11-1. of beginning, which territory com
i for the of
hood and the school. The editor is H. S klnger. the wide-awake vere, Mass., who have been taking an road purpose district to creating be known a specialtax as the prises sections 4, 5 and 6 of township

Miss Mabel Beck and she has the market man of Martel. and a progressive extended trip trough California, Arizona NOTICEOf Martel special tax road district. 16. south of range :20.! east and sec

whole school as her assistants. On farmer, has bad a well driven, and many other states, arrived The boundaries of the caid road tions 1 and 2 of township 16, south of

Friday of last week a literary societyfor and by the use of an engine will irri- here on Friday. They have been at Application for Tax Deed Under ; district to be as follows: range 19 east and sections 7. S. 9. 16.
Beginning at the northeast 17, 1S. 19. 20, 21 2S :29! 30. 31. 3% and
the school was lorined. The officers gate cucumbers and other vegetables. the Pleasant Hills House, but have Section S of Chapter 488S, Lawsof I of section 31, township 15, range corner 21 33 of township 15 south of range 20,

are: Mr. Gary Beck president; The Misses! Bates contemplate visiting nov gone to housekeeping with Mr Florida I thence north to northeast corner of east, and sections 11, 12, 13. 14. %3. 54,

Miss Lottie Mills, vice president; friends In Jacksonville next E. B. Killani at PmehursL Notice Is hereby given that F, A, i section 30, thence east to southeast 25. 26. 35 and 36 of township 15. south

f. Miss Alta Beck, secretary and treasurer week. We are glad to see Mr. Purney withus Norton and P. A. Fort, purchasers ol corner of section 21, thence north to. fit range 19, east, to b known M tt,.
southeast corner of section 4, town- Cotton Plant special tax road dl.trit:,
; Miss Mabel Beck, critic; Mr again. tax certificate. 2231:; dated the 7th I and to elect three road trustee to
ANTHONY ACTIONS ahlji 15, range 21, thence west to the
Charles Deck, sergeant at arms. The Mr. John Sigmon came up from day of August. A. I). 180D. have tiled\ <
society will meet every two weeks on Tampa on Thursday for a few days said certificate In my oiIU- and him, 15 range 20 thence south to and collected for the next two 1 ars.

Special Cor. Ocala Banner: hunting. He lik s his position I southwest corner of section 27, thence 11-1. JOHN L. EDWARDS
Friday evening. as mo- made application for tax d' (- Mr. Harry Meadows' irrigating east to place of beginning, comprising Chm. Board County Commissioners.
The evenings are getting quite cold torman first rate.GRAHAMVILLE. in accordance with law. S.iMrtlll, J
plant has been in operation several Mi" following sections to-wit: 7, 8, 9i
now. After night has fallen out here days. Pipes are run over the lot on cate embraces the follow lug ilewribed i ltG, 17, IS, 19 20, 21 and 30. all in NOTICE

in Berlin we gather close up to the AND CONNOR property Kituatci] In Marion snooty' I township 15. range 21 ; also sections

fire and chew sugar cane crack hickory posts and the water is pumped by a Florida to-wlt: On Koulli rule! | ol : I In. 11. 12. 13, 14, 15, 22, 23. 24, 25, 26 In Circuit Court. Fifth Judicial Circuit

gasolene engine.Mr. and 27. in township 15. 20, to of Florida in and for :Marion
nuts and chat like a bevy of pretty Special Cur. Ocala Banner: southwest quarter of soul hi-ant 'I lIar- I range
Lee Howell's horse sale came be known as the Martel special tax County-In ChanceryMrs. .
girls at a quilting bee. At nine o'clock Wednesday eveningat ter. KfCtlori 21, lOWIDtWli! II;. KOUlll : road district
off as advertised. A number of and to elect three road': Frances Howse Koonce.' Complainant -
Mr. Will Taylor the obliging ice persons the Methodist church in Ocala range 23, eaxtO &'I nm-p.. Ti! .. !said (I trustees to vote on the millage to be vs. Mrs. Sarah A. Bishop.
attended the sale, and from the
man of the Brick City, was in Martel Miss Sara Elizabeth Harris and Mr. land t liHntf IUI1l4'Hlf'fl ti the .talu uf the I, assessed and collected for the next Henry C. Dean Henry O'NelH Jonathan
good prices realized it proves thereis two years. JOHN I... EDWARDS J.
Charles Harrison VanHorn Frederick
and Berlin one day recently. Lloyd wero joinedin issuance of uH rnitrtrnlo In the
plenty of in the de- Chm. Board County Commissioners. Grant.
money country George W. Mace, and others.
TECU ISEH. the holy bonds of matrimony. The nain-" of MrKltm and Bragg. ('nI0'8I I 111.
spite the panicky condition of banks I Defendants-Foreclosure of lion
Grahamville and Connor country han- i aid Tllflnit: shall 1m rmteemed! ac- gage.it .
and trust companies north.A r -
tens to bend tbem congratulations ror4ing lu law tnx rf.*ij will Issue NOTICE is hereby ordered that you. Sarah

very gentlemanly revenue officer and wish them sweet happiness In the lhrHjti on thin 27lft Uy of November, \. Bishop appear to answer the Mil
has been on his rounds here visiting of complaint filed laibove
Special Cor. Ocala Banner: calendar against you
days ahead. .
D. l'Jf)7.WtirifcKa
A. Of Application for Leave to Sell Mi
stores etc. to that the laws stated cause
The people are to have a box see are on
To Ocala for the "coming out" convention my otnrtnl signature and nors'
properly observed.A Lands Monday, the 4th day of November, A.
t r supper Friday nigl.t.11 are W(in all hH ttJl fIj. B:.-al thin tlio 2Ird: day of October, A. D. 1907
few days ago a dense volume of Notice is hereby given that on the
couie. Mr. and Mrs. 8. ll. I.ring of Oral* U l 1907! R. T. SISTRUXK. at the court house in Ocala. 't"fjl..
Mrs. 11. II. Rast and little black smoke was seen rising above 18th day of November, A. D. 1901, I and that anclfaw.
Mr. and
came in Monday and wm joln<-
t son, George, who have been visiting the trees and house-tops, causing Connor by Mr. and Mrs. I' !.. DurlSOP. 10-25W; By H. H. Foy, Jr., D. C. will apply to Honorable J. H. Bell }Henry O'Neill, and you Jonathan U

t their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Rast I considerable excitement here. Even county judge in and for Marion county -, VanHorn. and you. Frederick J 1
Mr.I and Mrs. Thos. Randall and ****rm i i i B p
returned Wednesday to their homef the school was temporarily dismissedto NOTICE I state of Florida, at his office in Grant and you George W. Mace, do
children and Sannu-l IonK and together
4.t at Edgar. Fla. I learn the origin of the smoke. It Rtat and county taxes for 1907 will Ocala, In said county, for an order authorizing -, each of you appear to answer he bill
all wended( their way ucronH exhibited against you In said' cause oa
Mr. E. M. Tenney: has been on the was found that two packing Louses, the big Grahainvillu tI rrul to LakoIeorg bo duo on tho 1st day of November I me, as guardian of the minor Monday, the 2nd day of December A.

f sick list for the past few days. located on the railroad about three- ", w la-re they will K u l In ramp next and tax books will be opened on heirs of the estate of Annie Irene D. 1907,

Mrs. W. C. BUck returned Thursday fourths of a mile north of the depot for a week. that date for the payment of same.E. I Cam, deceased, to sell at private sale and that In default of your so lnt

from Winter Haven. were on fire. Both were consumed.A L. CARNEY I the following property belonging to a decree pro confesso will be entered
; The writer U planning for & trip against you.
l Mr. C. R. Ryan visited: friends here northbound freight just ahead of to Seattle ami return. 10-1 8-1 mw. Tax Collector. II said estate, to-wit: Commencing at a It Is further ordered that a copy of

( this week. the northbound passenger train Is CHATTBN CHUM. point 10 chains north of the center of this order be published once each

!r Miss Inez Gates of South Lake Weir supposed to have been the cause of PROFESSIONAL CARDSW. I the Alvarez grant in township 15, week for four consecutive weeks prior i ito

i was a caller Wednesday. the fire. south of range 22. east thence north the rule day In November. 1W7. 1

4 Mr. W. S. Allsop left Thursday fort A quiet marriage took place last Colonel Biiruham who owns an or- H. POWERS, M. D. 15.25 chains, east 10.80 chains, south and for eight consecutive weeks priorto
ange grove and other excellent prop- : the rule day In December.W'. Iflhe J
Jacksonville, whore he will spend Sunday evening about 6:30: o'clock at chains, west 10.80 chains to
erty on lake Weir, was In Ocala yes PHYSICIAN AND Ocala Banner, a weekly o"wspa-
some time looking after business in- the residence of Mr. Joseph Irhy. The terday. The colonel's family live SURGEON. point of beginning,, containing 16.41 per published at Ocala In said Mla H

terests. contracting parties were Mr. Edward acres, more or less. non county. Florida.
motsly In Texas, and as he Is no longer v\\
Mr. W. T. KeUey.: Mho has a con- H. Irby and Miss Lizzie Marsh who Office Yonge Block.OCALA Said land belonging to the estate of Done and ordered this first day &t
In the heyday of youth he feels inclined .
tract for packing: several carloads oforanges Is a relative of Mrs. Irby. Rev. J. G. FLORIDA the said Annie Irene Cam, deceased, October, 107. S. T. JHJTRI'XK104Stw.
to with his excelelnt
part ;
pos Quirt
at Lisbon, visited relatives Graham performed the ceremony. sessions here and join them. It he T. E. BIGGS. to. be sold for the best interest of the Clerk Ore-lit

here Sunday returning Monday.Mr. Congratulations and best wishes for I I said minor heirs.
I concludes to place his property on II For Sale,-Dr. Marean'i UwrPlHi
A. J. Leavengood has trimmed their future happiness followed. This I This the 16th day of October
the market it will be a nice proposition ATTORNEY AT LAW. 1907 made from Dr Marean'i private tot-
the oak on tha street near his house, wag one ot the most popular couples for 10.18w WILLIAM D. CARN. .
: a younger man. mule : have bn 'ee'M f<,r t_ *ty
which adds to tb beauty! of his place. that ever assumed the vows of matrimony Law Guardian.
Library Building live years; purely] veft1* Seat
The fall gardens are supplying in Anthony, and we are gladto R. D. C>
FULLER.DENTIST. OCALA FLORIDAE. '- postpaid on receipt of prk*. SI eta. I
many fresh vegetables, but a shower number them among our permanent NOTICE

would dr much good. residents. Over Munroe & Chambllss' Bank W. DAVIS. box. Address 1

Rumor san that Mr. Willis Hall QCALA FLORIDAJ. All Mrs, Beatrice Mirfin,
persons are forbidden
t The Playful Su Cow and Emma Ellis a mere child in ap for to trade 18 East Pelmont
AT any bill!
1 LAW given
p A monster manatee or sea cow pearance, went from here to Sparr E. CHACE, D. 0. S. Smith by me to W. L. Pn..toIa. ,
until all claims
came down the river with the high yesterday and were united In mar- business on merchandise -
Gary Block. of said Smith
tide Tuesday morning and played riage by the justice of the peace at DENTIST.Holder .i'OCALA are settled. STRAYED-A small bar ;i"brtl"
about for Borne time under and near that FLORIDAThe JOHN PASTEUR,
lo-llw. pony> from my ruble )tUlIP, Rt-
Avenue D bridge, 1U whole form being Block. Stanton, Fla.
times ward will be paid for litf are
not bad
vielNe..-Miami Metropolis. Read Red Saunders. OCALA, to the
FLORIDA 'man with the hoe ...- leading to his recofery.. II. C- JoMI.
Read Red
I Saunders.
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Local and Personal THE CITY BEAUTIFUL RAYSOR-PYLES I W. C. T. U. MEETING !I Miss Mary Ross to Wed

QuiTea large unmber attended the Invitations have b.'en received ,u s

After Ocala gets:: through paving Mr. Ben E. Raysor and Miss Tillie' meeting% of the W. C. T. C. at the : Ocala to the marriage of Miss Mary

Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. j her streets with vitrified brick and Mae Pyies were joined together in Methodist Church Sunday afternoon !, Ross to Mr. Ellis Sheckle Baker t'::.'

laying down cement sidewalks we the holy bonds ow wedlock Friday; I Much enthusiasm was manifested wedding to occur at the First Chr-
U un faltfnim that Thanksgiving i
hope there will be inaugurated a systematic afternoon at the residence of Mrs. and a number of stirring addresses tian church in Jackson Tennessee. It

turkey.Many I and practical effort to beautify IL O. Connor two miles south of this were delivered.Mrs. I will be quite a large social event ui

dihtinguishul) citizens are reMTMIII I the city in every conceivable way. city, the ceremony being performed E. P. Rentz read a paper en the season. Miss Ross has numeio::>

,' room at the Ocala House for For a long time Washington City was by the Rev. Atkisson. I' titled "Temperance Conditions friends in Ocala among the society -

the Hill known as the city of "magnificent This announcement will come asa Among the Nations." :Mrs. Rentz had : set, she having spent the winter in '" .t,: >>: "
distances." The streets were of ir- surprise to the many friends of given a great deal of thought and ; Ocala several years ago with her 0<;,,:."-

YitJ'W W. Griffin of Anthony was regular shape the grounds were un- this popular young couple, as the happy study to her subject and her paper :! aunt and cousin, Mrs. R. D Thompson -i r :

suunig th- r. presentative Marion kempt there were no parks, and the event was not anticipated until was both instructive and entertaining. ; and Mrs. James E. Chart Her c

"UUIi!) iII's; in the city Saturday. city was anything but pretty. later in the month. Mr. Raysor's business i She showed that great progress I many Ocala friends will be i ply] asedto I

But finally in the fullness of time, however, demanding his immediate I is being made in educating the people learn of her approaching hear.ge.; .1 ,

Tom Johnson seems to be looming there came along a man who was the i presence in New York, the : along temperance lines. Mrs. Whit- .1I I

'i|' a, the "cumins man" the "man "doer of things" and he got young couple decided to make the field. Mrs. Bittinger, :Mrs. Burfonl,, ,i Come to Ocala I

eat the hour," and all those kind of sion of the city government posses-i. trip as one. ;I Mrs. Van Hood and others read interesting The problem how to settle dust *. J yx J"

things while he received all sorts of After the ceremony the happy con papers, all of which were listened Just now is being much discussed: I

tions and abuse be execra-I pIe returned to the home of the' to with great earnestness and Alas, no kindly friend I see

.'..01.I ... are already beginning to appearance of the city and made it bride's mother on Exposition:: street, were most effective. Disposed to settle dust on me. I

talk about the Globe's big premium one of the most beautiful in the where an elegant repast was served i After the formal papers were finished -Tampa Evening News. !

proposition I which starts next Tues- whole world. to a number of invited guests. there followed an open parliament :, Cement sidewalks and brick streets i I Ik ',

liay.I He was called "Boss Shephard," Mr. Raysor is a wellknown fruit' and quite a number spoke enthusiastically : With popular favor always meets, j I try yet

and the changes that he wrought and and vegetable buyer and has friends: !, for temperance. The I And "dusty" people they will bring, j l lAnd
I The Methodist people have already II all the state who will be their "dust" will settle !
the things that he planned will remain over .delight i meeting was productive of much good anything. i
t "'ulJ.> t.'d more than three hundred 'I
forever. ed to learn of his marriage. of"what -'SALL I-NO.
a joy and is a foretaste will follow i
: dollars! on the second payment of the !.
The bride is the handsome and talented r'1135.
He straightened the streets as the wet and dry campaign progresses j
I < hurch or all.I We are pleased to note that Mr. ,
of Mrs. J. J.
daughter Pyies.
I paved them, made circles and parks MILDRED I
: I W. S. Hendon of Atlanta, Georgia, arrived -
I attache of the
I She has been a
I for
planted shade trees, provided I The ladies in other cities have waged KELLER:
the Ocala
W. A. Baxley turpentine
1 : in too city with his family '
house of Rheinauer
large dry goods
and in adorned :
I grass plots every way the temperance battle as their
oMrator| is iu the city today greeting : etrday afternoon. :Mr. Hendon who !
friends. Mr. Baxley be foundat the city and today it stands unrivalled -i & Co., for the past several years, and I i own, and were signally victorious at RESTORED TO HE l Tit
may has hosts of friends in this city and :i is a brother-in-law of Dr. J. C. Boozer,
on the earth I Asheville, Birmingham and other cities -
the -\lmt'ria.-Taml)3 Times.A : has come to Ocala take the THANKS TO PMttWIA
county who will greatly miss her to man j
About the same time "Boss Tweed"I I: and with the same zeal the story
"' I agement of the Hunter Drug Com --
this I Ipany's
face when at
I *.re.s was received from our took hold of New York City pleasant trading : will be repeated here, and as the ladies I Friends Were Alarmed-
handsome and well
, 1 iiN-.il editor, at sea yesterday. he spent money lavishly he did for I popular establishment.The i of Ocala have their heart and I I
I Seaboard i store on the Holder block corner. His Advised of Climate
left the
happy couple on Change
I Charleston had been passed and the New York what "Boss Shephard" did )I I I soul in this fight we have no doubtas I II
last night for New York and I thirty years of experience in the drug
! ui>AKl' was all that could be desired. for Washington City. I I to the final result. We hope that Miss :Mildred K.-ller,7IS 13th trt,

r. Ocala needs a "boss"-a Shephard other eastern cities, and will return :,I they will be speeded in their work I business well fits him for the position' N. W., Wa;bngu.n, I>. rewrite*:

('apt. F. II. Lytle of Stanton was or a Tweed-who will inaugurate to Ocala in about three weeks, when I I that their hands will he uplifted and he has assumed, and we predict a "I can safely recommend Peruua for

,, among the many visitors in the city plans and formulate movements that they will be at home to their friends: that they will be given encouragement most successful future for this store catarrh. I had it for ycarr and it would '
at the Spellman House. under his direction. Mr. Hendon's -pond to nu kind of treatmentor if it
Saturday. He says everybody on the will make Ocala become known as i in every possible way.
son who has had the reputation of did it wa only and on the
II The Ocala Banner joins with their i temporary
: south side of Lake Weir is busy ship- the "City Beautiful.
: being one of the most efficient soda flightt provocation the trout'woaid!
ping oranges. other friends in wishing happy Death of Mrs. James Carrington I
dispensers in the city of Atlanta will Comt. t a--k.:
AND A PIONEER young couple a long and happy mar
AN Kendrick is mourning the death of ., that
[ I was In such a mate my
of Berlin life. have charge of the soda fountain
Jack McCully was a conspicuous ried
Mrs. James Carrington a most esti- friend were alarmed about me, and I
Ocala Saturday. visit Thursdayfrom I t which assures the fact that the "foun
figure in We had a pleasant mable lady, who died at her home Was advised to leave thh dlmate.

i He did not state whether he would Mr. Robert Holly, a pioneer settler Sparkman in Ocala i near that place at an early hour Sunday lain on the corner" will be a popular Then I tried I'erutu, and to my great
out" Grahamville section. place during the winter. joy found H helped me Ir&n He tint
('OIB4" out" at our "coming convention from the Congressman Sparkman of Tampawas
and buried in Evergreen
morning, was
i dose I toot, and few bottles curtJ
or not. Mr. Holly informed us that the a distinguished visitor to Ocala :'I cemetery in this city Sunday me.

Ocala Banner had been making weekly Friday, and said to a reporter of afternoon Rev. C. C. Carroll of the When President Roosevelt sent "It nulls np my 8ututtoa, I r**

Mrs. Roland Marsh, after spendinga visits to his home regularly and this paper that he would certainly at i Baptist church performing the funeral Burton out to Cleveland to "butt in" gained my appetite, and I fi...l that I

few Jays with her parents Mr. and without a break for forty-one :years. tend the "coming out" convention on'' ceremony. where he was not wanted he must am perfectly well and IttoDl-tWtfttJ

Mrs. I'4\id iambi, at their home in What a story these forty-one years next Thursday.As I Mrs. Carrington was 59 years of have forgotten that John D. still has Keller.
returned to her home i his tome there.A We have on file mwy tbooM b st4.
the third ,
could tell and what changes have they Mr. Sparkman has made such a !
age and had been a patient sufferer
at .
inonlal like the ->r* CM tatciour
named S. E. Joneswas
iu Pauroffkee*! Saturday. I wrought. valuable member of the lower house it : for several months from heart trou- young man reader! only light gliaipw s l ...

Just a few days before his visit an seems to be the general desire among ble. At an early age she joined the brought before Judge Bell yesterday Past array of ua*?belted ..4uiei...La
)Ir. aiM Mrs. II. C. Spooner and comrade telling us about charged with the larceny of a tr. Ilartnun I u :<-c irta
was life
army his friends that he be made a Methodist church and lived a consist-
daughter of East Lake, accompaniedby number of railroad tickets from the --- ----
He said
Mr. Holly's army exploits. member of that body. He holds an
I eta Christian life.
A Rich tar Our Lsj a tSMiety JM
Bouquet *
Mrs. Russell anddaughter
tt ir ,
guests Sparr office of the Seaboard. The
. that it was simply impossible for any important position on the Rivers and I Mrs. Carrington's first husband was Editor FOur

.t of New Orleans were in the soldier to have made a better record,, Harbors committee, and if the democrats Mr. Emanuel Turnipseed, by whom I II defendant was represented by H.M. sister Miss Sara ....,..
tour D.1dt01'l''d
shopping I
Saturday on a .
city Hampton, while the interests of
the actual havoc accomplished.
I House. measured by ever obtain ascendancy he will she had five children: Mr. Jesse Tur Harris, was married oa Weal II.
the Ocala I
at the railroad looked
lie said that Comrade Holly be made chairman of that committee,, nipseed and Mrs. Thomas Richie of company to Charles Harrison Lloyd at 0eIIIa.

I Mr. ":rnt'st1('Lill, who has been was impassive in battle did not know in recognition of his valued, long and : Kendrick, Mrs. E. S. Jones Mrs. Annie after by Mr. Walter Belk. After Since girlhood Miss Harris kaa Mao

r lulling Live Oak, Madison, Tallahassee the meaning of fear and had such a continued service.Mr. ; Akin and Mis Dora Turnipseed of I hearing the evidence in the case local editor of the Oral MFr. 'rd 1
Judge Bell adjourned court and took
see, other towns in middle FlorIda bundle of sinewy and closely knitted Sparkman said that an adver Ocala. and three children by Mr. Car- the meetings of the Pr*)>>- v .' 1 t
nerves that fatigue seemed impossible. tisement for bids on Ocala's new goy I rington: Mrs. E. Milledge Spiers and the case under advisement Young .
has returned home. He gives a were always graved<< I by h>'r i I,
good account of all these places. Prosperity lIe reduced fighting to a science ernment building would be preparedby I Mr. James Carrington, Jr., of Hernan- Jones was arrested at Green Cove While regivttmK the k.1 i ihrttrht s

is being spelled with a big P In and his execution in battle was sim the fifteenth of this month, and do and :Miss Beulah Carrington. who Springs as a suspicious character. star from tlat ht> .* i "

of Florida. ply appalling. If he had treated his that our citizens would soon see the resided with her parents, and all of and upon being searched tbe tickets nient. we hasten to 'ontrrs 11'' t
all parts 'I were found, thus leading) to his h,-inl:
victims on the Indian plan of warfare ground broken for the constructionof whom survive t r. ,
happy couple and h i f'i t. i .t
Mis. Julia S. Haisley, who has been tee number of his scalps would this new building.At I Mrs. Carrington is remembered for ,! brought to this county for trial' i.rpptnr" and pn nt\ i" .

Hiding a most delightful time have made hi ma sachem. the suggestion of some of our I her useful deeds and her death leavesa =- their future' life Uli, i

among! relatives at Lewes, Del., is This comrade stated that when Mr. citizens Mr. Sparkman will have tlc : void in the little community T porter

home again. On her way back she Holly stacked arms he said that he supervising architect include in his which she lived which will be hard l I I E A J ,

stopped over for several days at the had had enough of war to satisfy any advertisement for bids Bedford, Indiana I to replace and the memory of her ,n WfdnemUy 01' : tl.ih

I I Jamestown Exposition and at Jack- average man, and since which time limestone for outside veneering, : life will be a sweet benediction. I \ ..,lt.t f church 'II. i 1

. i -unville and Gaint"'s'il1t.Ye' are glad rarely refers to those "piping times." so as to make the government build- : This paper extends sympathy TO the ON-( f Elea',' ra: liarrh I \' IlIarll.1I

I that the trip was thoroughly beneficial and even then only to answer ques- ing harmonize with our new court : bereaved husband and children in Lood': ) ilL.

;; I to her.Among tions as to certain particular events. 'I I house. their hour of sore distress. : lag. III r tls' Ilrl1 .f ,I I

I Mr. Holly does not belong to that A new court house and new government I Cold Storage pang: Iff frendr; I' .

those not already noted the very large contingent who have done I I building will make Ocala feel Orlando Follows Ocala's Example :.i peeular: tut'rest h.! J J.I..rllla.

following ll known gentlemen were such sanguinary fighting since the I I her frills. I We are glad to note that the city I"'al"'e idIaitghter .

in from the country Saturday: Capt. close of hostilities. I I council has passed an ordinance in regard i of He nateteran < .
Mr. and Mrs. S. Decorate! We desire to announce tha'! "ir !
F. H. Lytle. Stanton; Decorate! Decorate a ti'or r I.
. I to sidewalks. Nothing does so .. j
Cold Storage Department for th!
From CaliforniaMr. < ir
A. Davis and children Martel; Dr. Returned We have been requested by the much toward demonstrating an up-to- I has I lt'lll( Ikea .1 r
I Fairfield S. R. E. Berry who, in company hug of meat is now open.
John 1.. Davis and"lft', ; committee on entertainment to request -I date spirit in a city like good side- .-x.lIt'I1' JNtp""r a' ",

, I S. Savage Jr.. Savage Siding; Miss with Mr. W. T. Moody, left Ocala I I the ladies to bring all the walks. The idea of concrete and making We are the COLD STORAGE PIO- ful member 'If Ih' I"c'ia1wn -
Oak and a half ago for California NEERS OF FLORIDA, have given thecuring
of the Charter about a year I
Frankie Ross I flowers they can possibly spareto the walks and curbs uniformlywill J Idhe t I" : t

school: T. T. Howard Grahamville: has returned to Ocala. He! : the Ocala House next Wednesday II give the city a pleasing effect to of meat the closest study for with lltaO- gr,.' "II. I
John II. Smith has since his residence in the Golden I years, and our uniform past good service
F. M. Harpe. Citra; I for the purpose of decorating the visitors and will mean much to the and the tiro" ,.. ti, r
Los lIe I is the very best evidence of our
Angeles. .
located at
State been .
Gelger.MrfWIH. speakers' stand and the parlor and city. Sidewalks are always a bonelof f rest of tM ', \ r fr. sextending
highly of California, but: I ability to serve you.
speaks very 1 dining rooms for the reception and contention in every city as some ,,11." tea'on ,-
J. Edwards of Fairfield remarks by way of parenthesis that I We therefore announce READY.We .
banquet Thursday night. We are desired -! property owners ne'er'want a walk tile Mill" 1.1'I I
big turpentine farm there. )lr.1 want you to appreciate that It
who operates a living is very expensive
; also to ask the merchants and i and unless forced to build will never ocrat.Mr.
besides being interested in the IrvineCrate Moody is now engaged as a photographer means superior equipment including
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I f { others to decorate their places of business I do -so. Naturally: we kick against any
Basket Company was in of Los Angeles' leading duplicate machinery in case of accident .
and one .
: on and make the day indeed and money expended for improvements and Mr.I I U. I I
with his Ocala friends and skilled assistants to do the ,
Saturday mingling The
Ocala many
I daily papers. in fact a gala day-a day memorablein that seem at first glance to be an extravagance : arrived her. I I' lit.t I. ,
old friends. Mr. Edwards while a of. these men will be glad to i work in the best possible manner.In .
young the history of the city. : but after the city is madea ding trip ar.r l + tr'' h ,, to
I citizen of Ocala for a long time represented know that they have been quite suc- I this connection we cannot too
I solid chain of good hard walks, mao'b. At I., ,' d fn r e
the first ward on the city cessful since leaving here. The Ocala Banner is growing step i there will be a natural increase in strongly urge upon our friends to take down at '!,t., .11.. -, p

" council and was afterwards promotedto by step. It is putting up new ones. I property values and the profit in value their meat where they KNOW it will with guod 4 ,!t" V Nlr. '
I the mayoralty chair In recognition W. C. T. U. Meeting have the proper attention. It is no .
,I will redound to tbe credit of the 11s. Mrs I.: 1 I'D" "f idistinglri.h"d
I of his valued services as an alderman.Mr. There will be a meeting of the W. t owner. Let us have good walks and GUESS WORK for you to let us serve run .

C. T. U. at the Methodist church at :s you again.To t
2,000 BUSHELS streets!Orlando ReporterStar.AN ida. anti' h. r'! ar
P. 11. Nugent, who has been out o'clock this afternoon. Every member those storing meat for the first i I Times.t'rrlur! :

West for some months. Is home again, of the union and every woman in : Bancroft's Rust Proof OYSTER ROASTMr. I time, we would refer to our friends -

and since his return went down to YOUR NEIGHBORS-who are so well
: Ocala who is interested in the causeof \V,' .:nh I iMathew. i
t HvMHh Florida in company with Mr. C. is earnestly solicitedto Oats satisfied with our past faithful ser .
! ...( temperance I and Mrs. Jack Camp assistedby : r t'<
in severalKrows.
his vice.
Rawls. partner
I t be present. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and the Polk! ( : or1 I Ii
I Yield 50 to 100 cent more
:l 1q and while there sold the fruit per Please note that our smokehouses .
Mrs. W. N. Camp gave one of their rich "If'al I I" .d, n
than Texas Natives, i
->n the trees at $1.60 per box. The The U. D. C. MeetingOn or will be in operation. and we will also
1 famous oyster roasts to a party of I arranging pOI" I. 1
trove: are looking well. With gold, Friday afternoon Mrs. James R. $1.00 a BUSHEL be ready to smoke the meat for thoseso
friends Saturday night. trovel'SY. HavtD. foD' h
'liver\ and mines out West and of the ; desiring.
copper the hostess
Moorhead was F. 0. B. Sacked.
| The beautiful grounds and the writing fiction w. Imp!" II
oranu-e groves in Florida Hr. Nugent of the Confederacy. Avery Soliciting your future patronage we
Daughters I
Eden Gem Cantaloupe Seed, splendid weather combined to make be equally successful 1:1 >t i
ought to l>e extremely 1 bappy man. enjoyable time was spent and beg to remain
saved from melons grown specially i the affair delightfully enjoyalle.i facts and hares
most delicious refreshments were j i Barrels and barrels of the deliciousbivalves Your friends, j --
After spending several days most for seed at Rocky Ford,
served. I roasted oak Mr. Gordon S. Scott kM jut .tat...-
|ilo antly in Ocala with her brothers Colorado, were over a big FLORIDA PACKING & ICE CO.

ani Bell i j fire, the oysters being placed in a wire ed from a business visit to FtsiHMd.He .
sisters Miss Jefferson returned Colds and Croup in Children $2.00 A POUNDEden i SIMON BENJAMIN, Sec'y.
| for the of that Dr. Gattrell has remfttty
expediting: says
screen purpose
her colds i
to Tallahassee to resume i ii i "My little girl is subject to HERMAN BENJAMIN, Mgr.
duties in the comptrollers office. says Irs. Wm. H. Serig, No 41. FifthSt. Watermelon Seed, saved 1 handling them. erected a nice artificial stow building -

Since leaving Ocala Miss Bell has developed ., Wheeling, W. Va. "Last winter from center of the melons, at I Besides: the oysters, steaming hot The usual prices will prevail.In and he saw tto farmers...,.

she had a severe spell and a terrible I coffee and delicious rolls and biscuits making your shipments be careful baling tons of hay that they fell stared -
Into a splendid newspaperwoman cough, but I cured her with Chamberlain's $1.00 A POUNDGrown I
entertain the without the were served.It to mark plainly, earlier in the season. OeaU ought
and her friends Cough Remedy
at Blackville S. C.
hope hat at some day not very distant aid of a doctor, and my little boy has by me was a night to be remembered' B Ice Co to extend the Fairfield rallrofrl down
she wil resume her literary been prevented many times from C. H. U0THIS.BLACKVILLE and the epicureans, present said it' Packing in this direction, and get the benefit

." having the croup by the timely use was the most, sensible and delicious' of the trade that U now diverted to
-: labors and give to the world the benefit of this syrup." This remedy is forsale S. C. OCALA, FLA.
to this dish. I Gainesville.
x I way serve popular
of her genius. by all druggists.

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THE OCALA BANNER I Roosevelt! is not M many out Cleveland CHANCELLOR "DAY'S, BOOK THAT 'I' touch with administration circles U I I
authority for the statement that ne ,
t I way.Senator. STIRRED THE PRESIDENT gotiations have already begun with I Brick Liin, ( '.........t. PlaI'Itf'r. i
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ii FRANK HARRIS, Editor. Bailey will probably stand i All political Washington, which I D. Appleton & Company, the publish Hair Lath, ii11ulr7.", Paints t and r

vrt P. V. Leavengood. Business Manager. on his senatorial dignity it there is nearly all of the capital I ers of the Day book, to bring out a Flintkote Roofing
means pretty ,
-=, enough of it left for him to find a citthat is worth considering, is still I reply by Senator Beveridge, and that Material I Oils\ \ !
Lt atl
VanishKf :
'i .. footing-Atlantt Journal. sitting up nights reading Chancellor this will make its appearance soon I I

It. ; j Day's book that made its appearance I after the first of the year.. Wall Paper Aluha*tiw' .Hld l Vf.i:;;m'!. \\ ill "i'I i I 1 f

7A .id Wonder if J. P. Morgan would accept I I at the bookstores unheralded some 3 nd give us a trial. muUV \\ II!! II II IK >ni< 1 I.., 101.- ., t I. ..,. //1
L a Carnegie hero medal for his I GEORGE MATHEWS' EDITORIALBOW ,
I It noticed that even the i
days ago. was
t l .1::: r s n life-saving feat of rescuing a water- White House electrics were lighted Mclver & Maokay.

footing.-Atlanta Journal. -
'L: later than usual and it is suspectedthat

I some member of the Roosevelt lion. George Mathews has assumed ."- ......,.,..I
hji Clifford Heinz, son of the Pittsburg editorial control of the Polk Couu- 4

e t. 'n 1 1 chow-chow maker, married his nurse, family may have been looking over
ty Record, printed at Bartow, and we !t
e' ty and his father refuses to support the volume that has caused so much his editorial bow j
III 'a present
ttf thorn. Now, he's in a pickle.-Geor- discussion.It "In making my bow to tie public j 4 PJLLQ1V
is not because of its literary qualities
-.. gian. as editor of this paper, I do so conscious j f *
--- that the book has been seized fTif: IFULL

t''. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1907 There will be an immense crop of upon so eagerly, but because of its I I of the great responsibility of'I':> p YiFaID ,
rests upon editors. As a moulder
title, "Tne Raid Prosperity," and I
Ai ---- tomatoes grown on the East Coast on ? 'f
Taft will back public opinion he can be a factor fm !
con.f straight frotM m .I nI
j tL? coming season, and the prospects the fact that it contains one of the F
i Manilla. good, or he can become an enemy to < '
I are the grower will get the best price most bitter attacks upon the policiesand

I -- I!jhe has ever received.-St. Augustine acts of the administration that the masses of mankind, and give hbI I
\ Local option won in Jacksonville byj I time and talent to the few who lie V ,
'* Record. was ever made upon any chief mag I QTh,4 Q'rS ;
a vote of COO. | and thrive by exploiting the people, ;
l; istrate. The author te Chancellor i( ,ye A
I that the first of z1
II! Everybody is hard at work at Pompano Day of Syracuse University, who Believing duty a1 1 42O
The candidate to his "boom
: is to inform the people i i
i! putting in crops. Quite a few some months ago attracted considerable newspaper
\ Meet me at Ocala.-Tampa Evening all public questions, it will In
: upon |
1 1 r News. have eggplants, peppers and some tomatoes attention, most of it uncomplimentary
greatest pleasure to do fUUI
out. There will be the his my my
It largest by public defense of the
duty in that line. I realize the ,
out this Pompano has Standard Oil
Oil acreage season Company. Though a
county going "wet" by less
difficulties to be met and overcomf,
h ever known.-St. Augustine Record. minister, and
consequently an apostleof
than 50 ought to make Tampa seriously I know all the hardships that hau- ,t 1 ,,
[ consider. peace, Dr. Day does not mince his
fallen and will continue to fall to the c
w, == Several hundred attended the Turpentine words, but throws some verbal brick 0

Operators' Convention in bats in the direction of the White editor who puts duty before personal t- ,.
I AH roads and all "wires" will lead ,s .V ,.,'tlT
interest and bravely does his duty.
Jacksonville yesterday. The turpen- House that
rI to Ocala next Thursday.-Tampa probably would result in
livening News. tine people are now up against a serious his spending a season In jail if Presi But with all thee lights before me, I

Yot proposition and we hope that shall not hesitate to fight the battlesof CHAS BLUM &
acr -_n____- dent Roosevelt were possessed of the COMPANY
the meeting now in will oppressed humanity. I believe
m The Tampa Evening News progress power of his distinguished friend, Emperor !
1 formulate plans that will put turpentine that the people are thinking now as Jacksonville Fla.
that ilcNanu-e is a better builder William, or if lese majeste were ,
"t I on a better footing than it has they have never done before. They
an offense
than Carp -nter. recognized by the American
'Itf; __ f been since the collapse of the Export I law. From Chancellor Day's are beginning to understand that conditions --

of] Love for the almighty dollar is theI Company. Some of the operators now point of view apparently, it would not were unequal, and that all do

fear that the price will fall to 43: cents not have the same opportunities, thatan
that wrecks be
affinity more homes than a surprising thing if such a law

*U the so-called attinity of the se es.- per gallon, which i is a big drop from were promulgated for he declares in injunction has been put upon their HARDWAREKNIGHTMARTINCO

Jhj 1'ensacola Journal. the big prices of a year ago. his book that "for many months whave e progress, and their success made or

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ttpf been living under a monarchyin
}:, We don't blame EditorVatterson: One night last week while a young everything but the name." shall be my aim to discuss all pub i

of the Louisville Courier-Journal from professional man of this city was en- lic questions in an unprejudiced man
ld 0.
A few of Dr. Day's remarks will 1 11
joying ice cream with nero I will discuss national
some lady state
d/l retiring from politics. Kentucky certainly I show the Kind of hot shot that h
has disgraced herself. friends in one of the drug stores some eand county issues as they presentthemselves
1 t1 pours out on almost every page."With .
mischievous boys tied a tin can to in a spirit of fairness. j
fa the type of statesmen of Lincoln ey I
J Ocala is loabtuig of-the expected the rear of his automobile, creating a shall ask no better treatment of ft
11 Harrison, Cleveland and MeKinley -
inflow of candidates and outflow of frightful racket when the young man press of the state than I give, fort I .
he says, "we should havenothing
I oratory at the coming out convention. started down the street with his ma- to fear. With the presenagitative am always willing to submit to that At th- T.V.. 'nJth iV
-Times-rnion.t'l chine. With an ear alert for unusual good old rule, to do unto others as I
sounds about the and eruptive administrationand would be OCALA, FLORIDA
---- -- auto, it must have done by.
to with the chief voices of the other
Whatever ebe he may do. Congressman been nerve-racking until he "I will mail I
discovered Come
sample copies of this and
w political party echoing the same sec us when in need of .anything
will never again undertake the real cause of the noise and I issue to friends in the various counties
ata ranting about the tyranny of capitalists
to run up against Tom L. John- was relieved of the fear that the axle of the state, hoping and believingthat the way of
t'4" we may expect a revolutiotichicb n
Eon. had turned or the king pin had slip I shall become a conspicuous they will aid me in extending o
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u f I ped a cog.-Daytona Gazette News. date in history unless the soberthinking the paper's circulation. It will help Farming Implements I
If Gen.
Booth's statement that only me on the road to success, and : i
extend :
people awake to an imperilled
11e1: one sin in eighty is found out, who The Man of the Hours inheritance." In another place he the usefulness of a paper that II Wire Fencing

is good and who is merely clreful- .\ time goes on the demand of the will be a "live wire" in fighting the !
Courier-Journal. I people becomes stronger that John "A people who have been self- people's battles. Friends, stand by Stoves, Pumps f

Smith make the nice for srovernor.:- I! ojrverninc by constitutional nroces- me and thus help me to fight for the I\'Av _

j General Abe Sawyer wants General The people from one end of the state rights of man_. Guns
whose credit -- ----
I ses has extended around Ammunition
( C' Gilchrist f>r governor. The general to the other know where John Smith the earth with their commerce and GCO. G. :\IA THEWS. ,

J no doubt thinks that military men has stood for the
past twenty
A years
manufacture Sash
whose abberations and Doors
i ought to ftick together. I'and they are anxious for like I T
a man obliquities in comparison with their What An Observant Editor Says 1ct

'TbtJOYi! I him to fill the gubernatorial chair. general character are as spots on the I That it is the duty of every man to Blinds ,I

The Pensacola Journal says that I The Ocala Banner is thoroughly satisfied j I sun-this people is being hunted first give earnest heed to his own Paint, etc.

the Ocala Banner came out in defenseof that John Smith Is the man of along personal interests 1
railway, into no
I every every corporation reasonable per
th ne guard" There were I Ion I the hour and would land a winner in over every highway of trade son would for a moment attempt to la fact everything usually carried I

"'1111 nard*>." lull if there were ]a walk. gainsay, in a first ,
by their president. In heaven's ,: or deny, but it is true also I, class :
:2 they >t on the pension rolls." ---.---- I that Hardware Store.McMillan
I jTK name what a spectacle in freeconsti- every man by virtue of the tie j .
If Governor Broward calls extra !
j an tutional America! It would disgracea that binds us together as a people i J@V
= acola JouuKil has brought I session of the legislature the house South American republic." I has some duties to perform outside of j 1f) O_ 0 J

frog t.1 *' :hniond in the field for i|of representatives will not have its Passages might be quoted from almost -'his personal affairs. All of our civic i I

,.. I full membership unless he gives time 'I
qt \ gt.l U honors but the surges-1 I every page to show that Chancellor and social blessings are entirely dependent '!

at $17t', 1 lot seem to have created I j la-non I : j I Day is decidedly excited over.. upon a recognition of our re-

fcty ,'. f a distuilunce on tlo po- 1! I I the state of the country, and to account -i. sponse to the mutual obligations upon ,' Knight = Marthl Co.

bet tltit-,l rs than l:;Watterson's I I the representatives from Hillsboro ,I for the excitement he has caused j us, unti: no man, rich or poor, high J I ;
died at the close of the regular }
"dark .. i" tore. or low,
;: among the friends of the adI i: can be justly excused from .
.. I I session last spring and we understand ministration. | j ----- --- ---- "
I I I There are rumors i responsibility: to these things. No ff-
The .iitat and that Hon E. L. Wartmann resigned j that the 'fort that
magazines is
newspar i! president was first inclined put forth by any individual

R r) o! 'h,. United States rank Brow- to accept appointment as a member .; to make a reply that would have been I or set cf individuals resulting i 1
in Bros.
of the board of control of the state !
ttrl in t' ;ame class with Folk of j I. just as sizzling as Dr. Day's charges, i good to the town, fails to contribute I 1j
Mis:; Miami Metropolis. Then schools.-Starke Telegraph. I but that it ,
was finally decided that i)jto' every man directly or indirectly j
vh}' r'i t us organize: : a rowardCluh" --- -- -- this would be undignified and that his proportionate share Southern
it of Copper
A Hard Debt to Pay ;:' the be&s'iog Works !
lati make him president:. in- "I owe a debt of gratitude that can !I wouid be better to let some prominent and in turn appeals to him for

never be paid off." writes: G. S. Clark !I! supporter of the administration take such reciprocation as he
may be able
o1'k. -- of Westfield. Iowa, "for my res"IE'1 j up the 1l1a" r. I to give. I Manufacturers of Tumontinn i.iI1J !
from Dr, King's New Dis : .
death by ,.,. .
some t ---
-14X I) administration news- It is generally understood r'-44\1 A.AV "-
papersj that: Governor Broward is affected that death seemed i imminent, I! Senator Beveridge i.i tt*>, man who Tn What Would You Do? General Metal Workers.I

F "the HUM .r the haUl:' Some others when I commenced taking Dr. Kings has been selected to cross swords :: case: of a burn or scald! what
would -
ply gay that John Stockton is "the man New Discovery. The ominous, dry, with the Syracuse University i I Such you do to relieve the pain --- ------ -
Fla hacking cough quit before the first presi- injuries are liable to Old stills taken in
tit the h.:Jr." While there are yet dent. The Indiana I I occur in I exchange for
bottle was used, and two more bottles I senator was one any family and everyone should be through the new oOps. P tf'.hina..:
others win say that Will J. Bryan Is of 'c i I prepared! for Country a
the first to
made a complete cure Nothing read the book. "It is'i i Salve Chamberlain's wire will receive specialty (l )rdt'r hy lIuul or I
"tbe man of the hour Let's conclude has ever equalled Now Discovery for one of the appi'dn a soft rlotb prompt t
strongest will attention
I pieces of controversial lleve rev follc' at .itl..r or the
that all of us are "men of the coughs, colds and all throat and lung writing I I'| the pain almost instantly and ing works ..
ever read, he im-I unless the .
are not comnlaints. Guaranteed by Tydinss injury is
hour. If we we should like I a very severe \
& Co., druggists. 5flc. and mediately said. "I should like to one, will cause the ,
why! $1. rev parts to heal I
to know the reason FAYETTEIIILLE
bottle free. Trial j ply to it." A man who Is In close druggists.out leaving a scar. For sale with-l JACKSONVillE,, N.FlA C. SAVANNAH, OA 1 '



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'1 The paving of streets and sidewalks Mrs. Peyser and Mrs. Seligman
Sara Elizabeth 1=
Harris, Local, Editor
in Ocaia seems to have come to stay I at Cards
j Mrs. G. S.- Scott- and her daughter: I and may be put down as a permanent One of the prettiest of the many f RI-IEINAUER'S

Miss Louise Scott, have returned I fixture in our city.it I'parties that have already been given
this winter was the one given on I
is getting to be a fad, but in any
home after
a week's stay in Atlanta. I !
1 I event it is a great convenience. One I Wednesday afternoon by Mr& Chas.lt sa

| | I Mr. Raymond Turner of Manatee lady remarked in our hearing that I Peyser and her attractive daughter,,>>

ill county is in the city on a visit; to his the cement sidewalks were worth Mrs. Bernard Seligman, at their prett t

1! aunt, Mrs. A. A. Winer and other reIati'i what they cost to housewives becauseof ty home on South Third street. !, Leading Mercantile House -0"

: the mud they do away with in i The guests were met at the door ..... ......

rainy weather. It is so much com, by Mrs. Seligman, who is: ahvajb ,'

Mrs. Ernest Oldfield and her son fort, she said, to have one's house un- ; beautiful and attractive. On this occasion -

anll118 Beatrice Sinclair of Tallahassee i muddied.But j she wore a dainty white lingerie I
are the guests of Miss Florne some say that it is a great i dress, trimmed with lace. 1 Whiter 9O7Ladies'

Condon. hardship on property holders, and so I. llrs. Peyser looked extremely handsome \

it is. They not only have to bear in a pretty gown of b1u !. t

lion. John S. Beard, candidate for the whole burden of paving the sidewalks There were arranged in the large
I'tuted States senator, arrived over but in addition thereto haveto dining room and back parlor ten tables i 1., ------ -- ..-.---. -...-..-.....-- -- ........-- ---- 3
the Coast Line from Live Oak yesterday bear two thirds of the burden of' and for several hours Ocala's I

afternoon. I paving the streets, and when the : favorite game, whist, was played. The r Ladies' Ready to Wear Suits in the leading shades of Dress

cost of the same is estimated at one I scores were marked on pretty cards I

Punta Editor Gorda Adrian Herald P. Jordan.the author 6f the of dollar and ninety-eight cents per by Misses Dame. Josephine Bullock and VivIan Goods and Silks from $15.00 to $35.00.Ladies' .

square yard it will be seen that it
the "coming out" convention is I costs something to make these im- After the scores had been countedit
I Wear Skirts Panama Chiffon Cloth
Ready to
among the prominent guests visiting provements. I I was found that Mrs. Albert Gerig ;

Ocala today. But then, it must be remembered:had the highest, and she was presented and Voile. Prices ranging from $1.75 to $15.50. :
: with sardine fork. A club
the a lovely
that rule it is -
Mr. Ewan, the able and efficient as a nonproperty El i

representative of the Times-Union, is holders that give values to prize was given for the young latHe Ladies' SilH Waists Plain Silk Waists Net SilH Waists I
here to report the proceedings of the property holdings, and in return they! belonging to the "Up-io-Date Card ,
should at least have good pavementsto Club," and :Miss:: Annie :Mathewsas .:
"conun out" convention for this t Beautifully tailored from $3.75 to $7.50.
walk on and streets to drive on. It i the winner of this and was given a
great state paper.
is the only return they: receive for'''I pretty paper knife. .------ ------ -

The /nsiny: Ocala friends of John the benefits they give. I II I All the guests present cut for the :, ( -

Reddlck Jr., the nine-year-old son of Some may doubt this proposition.j]i consolation prize and Mrs. Arthur | Our Dress Goods Department is by far the largest in town. We carry an exten-

Mrs. John Reddick will learn with But if it were true that Ocala should j i Clark and Mrs. Simeon Sistrunk tied 8i8j, I j | sive line in all the leading weaves and colors at prices ranging from :2lc!) to $':.00()()
I the for the tie Mrs.
and on cut
sorrow of his death which occurred in by' some extraordinary movement double yard.
trunk the lucky winner of a lovely I per .
Chester, SS. C., last Saturday. I her population, it would be seen ; was t
---- -- --
that property values would instantly I gold hatpin. I': --
l' Mr. W. L. Mcllwaine, who several largely increase; so if this proposition I-1 A contest had been arranged in the .

days a:;o received severe injuries be true it must be conceded that parlor for the ladies who do not play I { WAIST SILKS'oray Black Taffetta Silk and the famous Mexican _

j from falling off the engine of his trainat it is the non-property holders that I cards. On the center table had been I j leading colors from (We to $l.'; .

York, has so far recovered as to largely give value to property hold placed many articles, covered up. I'". ...--- -
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be able to walk around, and expectsIn ings, and granting that it is true, in When the table was uncovered the ladies i" -'

a few days to resume his duties as return for same this class of our population had to peep and remember what !1! IN OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT which is in our Annex, we carry

conductor on the Ocal Homosassa are- at least entitled to good they saw. Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb provedthe I j Suits from $HUm() ) ) to $'a.0: : () for men. Youths' Suits from $i.;)(() to $15.00()() Boys'

run of the A. C. L. sidewalks and streets. best guesser and was given a I Suits from $1.50 to $7.50. The best selections in up-to-date Merchandise and
The cement sidewalks and vitrified lovely prize. i

Sir. Edward Fitzgerald, one of the streets that by an ordinance of the During the evening Mrs. Byrne, well tailored.

state prison inspectors, is just up city must soon be laid down in Ocala, who has such a sweet voice sang several II i .

from South Florida, where he has to beautiful songs. A delicious salad 1- .
add largely
must necessity very
IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT for Ladies Men Boys and Children all
been on a tour of inspection. Besidesau the value of adjoining property, and course and hot coffee was served !: ,

improved condition of affairs the property owners will reap the di- at the conclusion of the games. I t represent the

among the prisoners, he finds an improved -[rect benefits, whether much or little. bestBRANDS IN AMERICA
He Miss Bullock's Party for Miss Richards I
condition generally. says I Of course, on side streets where

1 the trw. ken are getting busy, and I I the rentals are small and the property : -- -.-

with ors gas selling on the trees at i is of little value, the building gf One of the most enjoyable little I

$1.60, and grapefruit at $2.50 and upwards sidewalks and streets would .amount parties of the early winter season was i

II the South Floridians area to a confiscation of property. It ought the one given yesterday morning by RHEINAUER'SFLORIDA

greatly: to be envied. not to be done, because the theory of. Miss Alice Bullock for her pretty and

confiscation at any time or under any i attractive guest, Miss Christine Richards

( We had a pleasant call Wednesday circumstances is wrong, and anythingthat of Gainesville.The .

candidate would lead to it should not be beautiful flowers and bright, OCALA

; encouraged. Under no circumstances cheerful fires made one forgetful of ,
Jefferson B. Browne, candidate for cold weather outside, and
should public utilities be pushedto the dreary, $
W. Gil-
governor; General Albert that extent. for several hours the game of progressive

i cbrlst candidate for governor; lion. > If Ocala could issue bonds in a whist was enjoyed. There T

II. E. McLin. candidate for re-election large enough volume to pave all her were five tables in the parlor, living

j as commissioner of agriculture; Sen- streets it would be the best invest- room and hall.-The scores were mark-
W. K. Jackson, candidate for We Have Both Gold Standard and Attending the Presbyterian Synod TO THE CANDIDATES
a j.11 ment she could make. ed by little Miss Onie Chazal. When
i 1 railroad commissioner; Mr. W. B. Compelling property owners on the the scores were counted Miss Valeta Panic Rev. W. H. Dodge, the pastor of the
: Hare, editor Polk County News, Area They told us in Ib96 that such a Presbyterian church of this city, left Especially the "Okra" Knight
business section of the city to build Potter had made the highest score,
>fi All these gentlemen are in cement pavements and pay a part of and her reward was a beautiful deck thing could never happen under the Monday for Tallahassee, where he Written for the Banner:

fine trim for the "coming out" meeting the expense of paving the streets we I of cards. The pretty honor guest gold standard, with confidence restored goes to attend a session of the Presbyterian Aim high, our friends, ant strive: to

1 the country's honor saved, and i synod, which assembles in climb
today.how hand-
believe is good policy and is meeting :was given a dainty hand-made I
I republicanism in power. But we haeit 'that city today. After the session of The heights where heroes stand
with general endorsement by kerchief.
we little people are deceived. nevertheless. The Montgomery the synod he will go to Bainbridge Whose purposes were all sublime
assisted her
k the property owners themselves, and The hostess, by
1 We were told by the "safe and sane"during her sister Journal sizes up the situation very Ga., where he formerly occupied the And aspirations grand.
of course by the general public.: er, Mrs. W. S. Bullock, and ,
the memorable campaign of follows: and will preachto
Mrs. C. V. Miller, served delicious aptly as Presbyterian pulpit,
1,!IG that we could not have a financial ACCIDENTALLY KILLED fruit salad, olives, tomato sandwichesand .'TheVall street interests told us his old parishoners next Sunday.Dr. Each herds life a lesson is,

panic if firmly fixed on a gold ba- hot coffee. in 1S9C; that if Bryan was elected Dodge is popular wherever he And if you read it well,

sis-tKit these things were the result ,Cecil Tydings Meets Death frm Accidental Miss Richards played several selections -president that the country would havea goes, and his old worshippers at Bain- It gives you health and strength, and

; of "flat" money-free silver greenbacks -i Discharge of Shotgun on the violin, which were en- panic the like of which had never bridge, hearing that. he would be at this

j and"sich." But had it not been Wednesday afternoon Cecil, the 9- joyed greatly by the guests.' been witnessed in this country. They Tallahassee, nothing would satisfy Is what it has to tell:

1 ofr the rich men of the country comingto year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. CharlesR. Those who were present at this told us that every industry would them but a promise from him that he

the rescue of the banks, despite the Tydings accompanied by Hugh lovely little party were Mrs. L. R. close down, every proposed enterprise would visit Bainbridge and preach for Be true, be earnest for the rightIn

.j strong and prompt aid of the government Knight, about the same age, went out Chazal, Mrs. Edward Holder, Mrs. Ar- would stop, thousands and hundredsof them. It is nice for a minister to be every time and place;
we would have had the most hunting, the latter carrying a shot- thur Clark, Mrs. C. V. Miller, Misses thousands of the employed would thus remembered and speaks well for Toward high enedavors beacon-fight

j fearful panic in the world's history. Clara Gray, Valeta Potter, Christine soon be unemployed, and that starvation his devotion and consecration.The Set steadfastly your face.

The lesson emphasized by the panic gun.They were climbing over the Richards, Bessie Porter, Edna Dozier and stagnation and damnation
Is that we have too little money on would be our portion. Government Building Soon to be Be brave of heart; if sore defeat
I fence leading from the Knight plantation Eloise Miller, Florrie Crook, Esther t
which to do the world's business to the public road just southof Weathers Annie Davis, Lillian Thag- "Bryan was defeated. The republicans Erected O'ertake you on the way,
transactions. Our operations are now and their allies in Wall street There is an advertisement in today's Then with fresh zeal and.courage
the residence when the gun that ard, Meta Jewett, Mamie Taylor, Lou-!.
so coJossal that we need a tremendous Hugh was carrying was discharged.The ise Scott, Louise Harris, Madge got in power and have been in power Banner from Mr. Taylor, supervising meet

amount of money, and especially in entire contents of one barrel en- Simms, Annie Mixson and Annie ever since. They have had the president architect at Washington City, The foe another day.

c '\ times of alarm. tered little Cecil's back from the Mathews.U. : they have had both houses of asking for sealed bids for the build-

left side, after tearing away part of congress; they have had everythingtheir ing of the government building in The great men of the world are those
this These bids will be openedon Who swerved not left nor right
Committees AppointedTo his arm. C. V. Committee MeetingThe own way. They have controlled city.
19th of December, so it may When base, ignoble men
the ,
national legislation. They said all the oppose
Banner: te had
the! Editor Ocala As soon as Hugh saw what committee appointed at the
stated that some time early But kept the goal in sight.
it be safely !
I hereby bog to announce the appointment done he rushed to the house and last meeting of the Ocala Camp United country needed-and they argued i
of the following committees -I called for help. A colored boy who Confederate Veterans to revise the from every stump and in the halls of next year work on the federal build- I
l, confidence restored, ing will be started.It i Trovgh baffled, beaten for a time
of the Joseph W. Folk Democratic was working in the yard immediately list of membership put the campon congress-was
Presidential Club: went to the spot indicated by him a more active basis, met Wednes and they told us tbe gold standard will be a handsome structure, II From each defeat we gain
,: Committee little fellow would restore confidence. They got and one that Ocala will be proud of, I Ii A strength that makes the strife mbI -
County Organization and found the unfortunate day in the office of the county treas- I
Ocala Z. C. I horse The! the gold standard. They have had it i and for which we cannot thank Con lime,
Baxter Carn chairn an. dead. He mounted a urer and made good progress.
1 Charabliss. Ocala; \\'. M. Gist, )tcInto 1 and brought the sad news to Mr. Ty committee found that a large num-I I practically since 1S96. They refused i gressman Sparkman and Messrs. R. II I And takes away the pain.
and 0. T. Green too
: *h; Mr. Timmons, Citra; J. E. dings, woo went to the scene of the ber of those whose names were still I to give us any additional legislation L. Anderson
much for these gentlemen were in- Be brave, be steadfast, and be tree
Chace. Ocala; R. R. Carroll, Ocala. terrible accident and took the life- on the books had answered the last looking to a more elastic currency. I ;

4 Propaganda Committee less form of his son to his home on roll call and still others had moved They said we had plenty of money.Didn't strumental in tte movement which And ever as you climb
I secured this building for Ocala. 'I Keep God's clear beacoD-Hght In flew
> Of course not.
Ocala of want any more.
H. L. Anderson, chairman, ; Ocklawaha avenue. away. The committee consisted i iI
t """i C. L. Bittinger.: Ocala; F. E. Harris, The accident cast a gloom over our Comrades H. W. Long L. ]I. Graham, I The scarcer money is, the higher the. !I Little And win, in His "good time."
A Delightful
Ocala; Wm. Hocker, Ocala; E.V.. little city when the facts became W. L. Ditto, F. W. Blitch, T. D. Lan- rate of interest. Fortunately the GOLDEN ROD.
Miss Louise Harris entertained a
j, Davis Ocala. known, and the grief-stricken parents caster, W. C. Jeffords E. L. Carney, earth opened and gave up its gold. few of her friends Monday night with (Wood Nymph.)

1 The'above committees are requested have the sympathy of all in their I J. H. Livingston. Sr., and Frank Har millions upon millions, as never be-
: {i a theater party, in honor of her attractive In Hard Lines
consideration to ris. fore in the history of the world, and
to give prompt hour of sorrow. guest, Miss Richards ofGainesville. The naval stores manufacturers of
the duties necessary to the advancement We did not learn of the funeral arrangements The Marion camp has the largest these millions saved the republicansas .
show the Florida
j j After the are up againts a serious prep
of the plans for the purpose of up to going to press this membership of any camp in Florida, prophets, and this relieved the situation
guests were invited up to Miss HarI They have seen the product
the field of work in the behalf and efforts are being made to makeit temporarily. But with the I
enlarging morning.To ris' home, where a delightful! fruit i of the pine tree dwindle from 75c. to
of Governor Folk for presidential a live and interesting organization.Its growth of the country came increas- 4
salad, wafers and salted almonds 46c. per gallon during the past year,
nomdnee. JOHN M. GRAHAM, Whom It May Concern rolls show that there are still ing demands for money, and the gold
were served. Those who enjoyed and they are now operating at a loss.
Chm. Folk. Dem. Pres. Club. Notice is hereby given that all bus quite a number veterans in active supply has been found insufficient"Jacksonville
this informa I but delightful party The end of the slump is not yet and i

iness relations between Mme. Reich- life. has three possible candidates were Messrs. Tom and Frank Harris, money matters have become BO tight

In order to have saved West Florida ert and myself have been dissolved. for the United States senate, Jr., and Harvey Clark and Misses that they cannot realize on their output .
of making John Beard Compelling AdmirationHon.
John Stockton ought to have an- j Those having work in process and Alice Bullock, Christine Richards and Indeed, many banks have ceased
viz: N. B. Broward, W. J. Bryan
with John S. Beard delivered a
nounced his candidacy for governorbefore will pleace call and arrange D. U. Fletcher. Hon. Jno. N. C. Louise Harris and Dr. and Mrs. W. H. advancing money on this business.
most wondrous address to the Con
about the same.
Editor Frank Mayes selected me Powers. -DeLand Record.
bide his time.
In Pensacola Stockton
4 MISS.RY AFFLECK. federate Veterans last
\ his "ideal. .t

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Nero fiddled while Rom burned, P.P.P.:
1t. k- -
I of and: President Roosevelt raced thro'
of the electoral field ;
FRANK HARRIS, Editor. The more we study New York poli- survey ,

t.I P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. I' tics and the role of Mr. Hearst as a Tuesday discovers the democratic the Louisiana canebrakes after somsciubby 1D (Prickly Ash, Poke Boot and rota iuni.)
bears while panic raged
of turningits
-- -----I factor therein, the more herculeandoes party in the rOSITITE CCBE3 OF ILL FOB113 ISO 811013 O? -
I I the task of Mr. John Temple weapons upon itself and commuting New York. Now that Messrs. Morgan HUES -+....-.

victorywas Stiilman, Rockefeller, and even
hara-kiri. In New Jersey
Graves become as a pacificator and "undesirable citizen," yon will regain t<*b a&4Wiuto ..,.....b
its whena that but lately Phy.lciansendorsGP.P.P.s..s.plen
i ." stiller of the tempest. actually within grasp Harriman, have struggled successful did combination, and prescribe It with : of energy and aH 4i<**>M r'.u:iuc,
I John will occupy, no doubt, an exalted confiding candidate for governorwas iatiafcction for tie curea of aU frcm OTtrUxlsg U.e"lttm MM r.in.) by
..... in the house of his Jy to stem the tide of destruction that great the B.O of I'. P. P-
of the betrayed Secondaryand
editors of
I- tlk :. place among the forms and it joi Primary
.,!,i '. ", -:-' ,<.... .,,, I nation, and will command a good salary friends.In the president's policies hare loosed Tertiary Syphilis. Sjphllitio Bheuti .11aoI1I'boM tyateresarep"etaaamati.m
I;': ... the president returns Scrofulous Clears and Sol"'+, = wtceoblood18in&napure..lidam4urQ
tJ". .. .. which, the Massachusetts the democratic on our prosperity, ,
notwithstanding ,
1 : 'ML yet, :&l.umatam, Kidney lomeeilraallrrcgnlsntl'>.urp. u arly
imi'i.: j"r. :.rCUii'J: '" >-- road he travels will be rocky. factions were tearing each other tooth to Washington and in a few Complaint Swallings.,old CLronlo Closre; that = b\ nrfted by the wooUcr;:.1 U',.k &4 i 4

t *-> < .:. ,.'.,CCV;.r)X; r-s 5AVFRIDAY : For instance, just before the recent and nail before election day came, snug phrases thanks the "malefactor
", -"M.i' ;' '- < .:. '1i election in New York, there was a and on the eve of a presidential contest of great wealth" for their patriotismand

I :.1.1:1"T .f"__tt.4i .. __ I meeting of "organized labor" men In the party finds Its ranks broken applauds Cortelyou tor trying SYPHILiS ::

a r- Cooper Union, and those assembled and scattered and the ground heaped to avert disaster which has been SCROfULAhneresIaWdalltr'tatmentCat&rrhSkin

NOVEMBER 15, 1907 there spoke somewhat aftter the following with dead and wounded; but the casualties wrought by the president himself.:

fashion: have been inflicted by demo- If the country does escape a real =

s After all, it takes very little to Mr. Charles Delaney, president of crats. Yet a few months ago the party and widespread depression in business Wool cleansing i>roi.rte, of I1 P P.

change one's opinion. We could cite the Central Federated Union, pre- had a worthy cause, and united and it will not be through any foresight DUeiaea. Eczema. Cbrocic Female A Prickly Aerate: Coot aU 1'v"u ,10..

h many instances, but cite only one. sided.ExAssemblyman. under competent direction it might wisdom or executive ability of Complaints, Mercurial Poi on, Tetter, l# Sold by all Dragila. <.

!t Editor Stoneman of the Miami Record Prince spoke as have turned the tide of republican Theodore Roosevelt, whose intemperate Ecaldhud,tie., etc. r .
tonio and an F. V. Lh'P MAN
ot'' P. P. P. is a powerful

t gave Governor Broward a very follows: victory.In mouthings and Insatiate excellent appltiaer, building np the 2 Proprietor

..yi act he lad splendid support when he "The more mud the yellow journal Nebraska the only democrat con-j popular applause have gained for him !I ijstem rapidly. If you are weak and

was making his canvass for governor. editor slings the more votes there'll spicuous enough to be accounted a I tLc unenviable notoriety of producingthe feeble,and feel badly try P. P. P.. and Savannah, Ca.

Editor Tatum of the Miami :\Ietropo-I. be for Foley. Hearst? I voted for leader repeated his biennial failure dost uncalled for slaughter of 4 1i..A_ _. _.&ex___.....

Its, on the contrary, gave the Hearst last year, and may God for- after writing the party platform, or- values that this country ever witness:: -

a of his support to Governor Broward's give me. Why, if you were to believe ganizing victory and making a per- ed. RHEUif1ATUSMtdI

opponent. Editor Stoiu-maii lauded him every man in the city is dishonest sonal campaign. This eminent man As: the Times-Dispatch has often

the virtues of Broward and Editor except one, and that's himself. lost his own ward and rolled up a said, the railroads, trusts and speculators .- .--.-.- --.--- -. ,---- ----6
ala Tatum the virtues of Datis. !In the The trades unions have made that large majority in the state against his both small and great: have i'a'
course of time Editor Stoneman, who man; they have boosted him up to a party. As it prefers defeat to success built up a financial fabric that was

t hpl had lavished so much praise on the high place, and now we are in a posi- and professions to performance, he is essentially unstable. As a result a

d bravery and consistency and unfalter- tion to defeat him and repudiate himat its logical commander. In Kentucky, moderate contraction in business:: anda Ocala House Wine 'oons.'

ing devotion of Broward to the primary the polls, and we'll do it.Ye will where he went to inspire the democratic reasonable recession in speculate )

system, permitted his name toe break him as far as his political career host and point the way to vic- values was not only inevitable, but

l used in the race for au office and is concerned. The wageearnersdon't tory, there was an utter rout and the uighly desirable. To these conditions
> was C'k-cted. But the governor turned believe in any panhandling and republicans triumphed magnificently.The President Roosevelt brought multitudinous -

I Stoneman down, despite the fact that four-flushing, and that's what Hearst democratic party had invited defeat addresses full of sound and

\i he had teen his steadfast friend. Of has been doing for the last )'ear." by its transgressions, but that fury, arraying class against class, OLD llEGHANY
course Editor Stoneman does not James F. Holland, ex-president of made not a jot of difference to the eminent and ending by so terrifying the timid c

atref now think as well of Broward as be the Central Federated Union, who man; moreover, he is familiar and deceiving the ignorant that public -

once did, but Editor Tatum has suddenly presided at several Hearst meetingslast with disaster and thrives upon it. confidence was for a hurt period iIRF

1 1nt developed an admiration for the year, spoke in a similar strain, Year in and year out the democracy well-nigh destroyed. This impulsiveness RYf I

governor, and in a column's adulationof and with equal bitterness. Hearst, proves its title to the distrust of the may be highly creditable to Jlr 1 <,

f.U him says:: that he is one of the he declared, had hit on a "soft" labor people and is the prey and sport of Roosevelt's emotions, but it was

I. most remarkable men of the century.It man, John T. McDonough, to put at demagogues. The crackbrained leadit more like egotism run mad.

the head of his ticket, but that wasn't sordid knaves betray it, and It To the foreigners our strenuous Put 4 full Qts

h is too bad that the Hon. James going to fool anybody. As for Ihm- straggles blindly on to failure after president has cut but a sorry figure: up j r.

aOJ'Itf Ilronme renigged on the governorship. sen, well, it had been Max for two failure. Only when the democratic during the: past week. The Paris Ma
in l Cartoons
Apalachloola Times. campaigns, and now it was Maximil party sends its fanatics and mounte'I':'I'i ten says: "In fifteen days President Fancy

---- -- ian. "And you bet your life be's mak- banks to the rear and .'Roosevelt killed four bears and destroyed
tbif Evidently the Garden of Eden was
ing a million, all right," said :Mr.: Holland of sanity and character to command five billions of values. In the Delivered at
bl was the present day Gulf coast of your
to the intense joy of his audi will it be possible to mobilize its discordant presence i I of an economic crisis he con
Florida where the sun shines so
Ihf3' ence. factions and effect an organization -!tinned his demagogic harangues, and Office
bright and the orange blossoms smell Express
Joseph W. Cody, who ran for sheriff which will be of use to the I when the storm broke he had gone
the t'st.-Alala'hic01a Times.
oil sw(
on the Hearst ticket two years ago country as an opposition party, and 1 hunting." Says the Gaulois, also o f '
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and afterwards turned Hearst hope some time to deserve Jb 8J.20:
e Hon. Park Trammell, Hon. D. U. against may confidence I Paris, an ultraconservative journal: or

1,1 Fletcher Governor Broward and lion. and stumped the city for Hughes, was with the American people. In "To govern is to foresee. With

tit, John M. Beard all want to step into [ the next speaker. Cody talks like a.. telligent republicans as well as conservative Roosevelt, to govern is to revise. >For

bunch of fire-crackers, and his language i democrats deplore its degeneration the past six years of his own administration -
shoes and the
('natorIallory's senator -
IIle, wants to wear them a while longer is forcible, to say the least and Impotency.NewYork the trusts have been prosecuted Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write foe -

wlJIrL himself. This is the least explosive of what he Sun. for crimes he permuted to be complete Price list

said: perpetrated. His justice is retroactive. -

fo1attl OoaU'"coming out" convention "Sam Prince says forgive him for A Textile Plan There is thus the appearanceof

.. takes: place nevi Thursday, the 14th. voting for Hearst. I say may God for- Great interest will be taken in the persecution and of political passion

There will Li a great gathering of give me for putting him in nomina experiment proposed"by Mr. L. G. which in the financial centers of Europe cole House Wine Roonis.
: Finch of Sherman, Texas and sketched
statesmen politicians, fakirs:: grafters, tion for mayor. He never would have causes far more alarm than the

.. lobbyists and hangers-on. Poor Ocala. been nominated if I hadn't broken in a letter to the :Manufacturer'sRecord. possible ambition of great financiers.'' OCALA. FL'' IitI1):1. l

c: -SL Augustine Hecord. into his:: house and put some ginger He proposes to establish a A leading French banker comments __ __ JI. '"
rid into him. He offered me $10 ,OIO." !mill which will take the seed, cotton, thus:

'J The Punta Gonla: Herald asserts It is to stop this sort of talk that 'gin it, spin it, weave and knit it, "Imagine France's president or premier THE ,.

ace that General" Gilchrist is not a policy the eloquence of. Mr. Graves has been bleach it and manufacture it into gar shooting wolves while his peopleperish

1U"i" man that he favor a policy only employed, and the recent election ments, to be sold direct from the millto !" It is a fact that practicallythe '

py when tfi thinks it is right. The showed that these ante-election ex the consumer. He writes: only news cabled from America Marion! Hardware Conpijy

gib Times thiuks the general: as all wool pressions were full-voiced at the poll;;. "I am goign to start it small enoughto in the days preceding the panic con ) )

star. and a yard wide.-Apalachicola If Mr. Graves can still the agitated manage it myself and to find out sisted of stories of the president's
uf Times.A what there is in it.. I have been -
." waters and turn the tide again in the prowess in the canebrakes.
direction of Mr. Hearst and shall succeed through all the processes from the While one of the most important -HEADQUAKTKR3American : -

"kII1V f Philadelphia girl who was about in urging it field to the finished garments, know
on on until It banking firms in Berlin said that the
to get married, returned fifty thousand becomes an onrushing torrent, he will the possibilities, expense and profit in president "has brought his country to Wire Fencing,
+qb dollars worth of presents and have each transaction from the grower to
proclaimed himself a past mas- the brink of ruin," and adds:
lao called the affair offiVe: presume it ter in the art of eloquence and editorial the wearer, and I am accumulatingmoney "We hold the president directly and Sash, Doors and Blinds U ,'

v; was too much trouble: to send letter and machinery to do the
generalship and will have firmly almost solely responsible for agitating Paints Oils and .
of acknowlE'dgmt'nt.-Atlanta Journal. established himeslf work. There is no bleachery in Texas Varnishes
daul on a high pinnacleof public opinion and undermining public
} nat fame. and no prospect of one for some
confidence in what is in reality a Mill and Mining Supplies
fai time to
-- come.
Large or small, one '
tM" Dispatches to the mercantile agencies Ocala's "Coming Out" ConventionWill would pay, for Texas mills ship every perfectly sound situation. lie seemsto ) 1
inlicute: that trade conditions areirregular have forgotten that the Rockefellers Turpentine SnppHet '
1 Start the Political Ball pound of their product except brown '.
conflicting reports being received the Morgans andthe Harrinianscan
in Motion cotton bagging or duck
1"1fe. unbleached,
lose millions of dollars]] Improved Farming Took'0GET !
."...i.r from different parts of the The editor of the Record acknowl- to Eastern markets. This will be no without :
country. !It i i"rtain that the finan- feeling: it, but that for every one such
edges the receipt of an imitation corporation, company or association. OUR PRICES
p : cial stringeeny is having a depressing from the board of trade of Ocala to.I. I shall swing it and run it alone and multi-millionaire there are lo.ouo to

ttrG.i i effect, but less severe in some sections .attend a 'reception to be given at the set my own prices for material and whom this upheaval will mean eternal

than others.!: Ocala House, in the Brick City, on product." ruin. Marion Hardware
I "It seems to us that :Mr.: Roosevelt's Company
Mal I Thursday evening of next week, November
With all our boasted brain and. mistake is insistence that the whole
of 14. This affair, which will no He Fought at Gettysburg -
brawn in the naval: stores industry of. David Parker of American financial and industrial -- -
110ft'1M doubt be quite elaborate and one of Fayette, N. Y., --
Florida, i i' does loo!: like a travesty on: the who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: structure must be torn ,down to be --ia3n.; ,oIoJ-u."t'- ""mH.
most r
bHsini->', .-use for our operators to let important gatherings of its "Electric Bitters have done me more strengthened. Our way would be to .nlllif'tl'
a. kind ever held in Florida has good than
been any medicine I H. A.
ever took. Spencer
one little weavel-eateu nubbin of com save as much as possible of the L. H. Lang
arranged in honor of the state ad- For several years I had stomach trou- A. Itou.krAnnouncement
1f In Savannah grind up the grist and ministration officials, the members of ble and paid out much money for medicine isting structure and to restore it
make our own financial kings eat out to little purpose, until I began piecemeal."
the supreme court of Florida and the
+ AW of his hands like pet q\lirrt'ls.-Jack-1 taking Electric Bitters. I would not All these comments are from na-
Florida congressional delegation. take $300 for what thp\- have done for
sonville FloridianIt tions which believe
in and
Ocala's "coming out" convention will me. Grand tonic for the aged and a

begins to look like business downat start the political warfare In earnest, for female weaknesses. Great alters i degree of government supervision We have just pure'la1' the
tive and body builder; sure cure for which is unknown in America. It is splendidly equpd,
Ocala in the nutter of that "com- and from the convention until the pri- i lame back and weak kidneys. Guar- not, therefore, the principle of con- N machinery i plant of the 1'Qnge and Cline Company,

ing out" convention for the candidates mary next May the voter will be the anteed by Tydings & Co., druggists.50c. trol that strikes the French and solicit a share of the
best fellow in : i and Ger- repair work ,,f Marion and
the world.-St. Augus- ...
for state offices. The mayor of the adjoining counties.
tine Record. a specialty of
City has issued his proclamation, designating ste-im rt'pairing I

l November 14 as a gala day, (o t) 99 u'O )&)O <) ) )( ( :' Let pumps, gas engines, etc.
e The Times-Union : us quote .
requesting the people to lay aside speaks flippantly ;iJ; you priers
of _
"dainty ,
their business, decorate the city, and peanut flapjacks. Next 1 I ,
all turn out to hear the candidates thing we know he'll spurn 'possumand riF .7j i Nr I

frornan make their coming'out speeches. But yellow yam potatoes.Apalachicola ifJ r Mod pcopls t !mow 'that if they have i.' I Ocala Gas EngineCompany

will the candidates: themselves be Times. l f been sick they need Scott Emulsion t
there'-tbat's the question.-Live
to back health
How ;
Oak Democrat.The to Cure a Cold stren6th.c
Arli Be as careful as you can, you will c/: L.- .
ant ---- -- -- occasionally take cold, and when ". But the : ..._. f
you about r ....._ "'
Su'djy vesper service in the do, get a medicine of known reliabil- strongest Scof+ ,r !mU a ...,
L _
big auditorium of Stetson Universityis ity, one that has an established: reputation I" Emulsion is that you don't have to be 4 -
lYNN a power. A choir of :30 voices, with and that is certain to effect a ) mans as suicidal It Is the methods
who select soloists, with a grand pipe or- quick cure. Such a medicine is Chamberlain's .; sick to get results frcm it YkIi of President Roosevelt, and Manufactured In Ocala I
every day Do
east Cough Remedy. It hasainE'd it you know that we are matta
gan and piano, furnish the music. The more
apparent how
a world-wide reputation by its great cement brick I
In Ocala which are w
keeps the athlete's ,
president delivers the address. Mr. remarkable cures of this most common up strength, puts fat c; a part his personality and methods Parlor In other

W. W. Hamilton the evangelist, is to ailment and can always be depended 2 0: thin people, makes a freiful d have played in bringing about the lasting quality to any r
baby ter- make
..... hold spt<:ial religious upon. It acts on nature's plan, : happy, rifle losses of brick on the market, and wt
meetings at Buffered
tW Stetson relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, ::,, brings color to a pale girl's cheek and t this by the investorsof can sell them as cheap as other makes t
soon. The Christian associations prevents ,f. country. So far
.... opens the secretions and aids naturein the most con In large or small We $*> t
colds J quantities.
> coughs and
-separate ones for young men restoring the system to a healthy A consumption splcuoua act of his career has. been
and condition. During the in eft that manufacture and have on band hexagon
young women-have more than many years I. panic which will ever bear I
100 which it has been In general use we Food his I blocks for paving purposes. *
young people studying the Bible & in coccecfcrated form name.-Kichmond t.-
FO for t
dally In the Studeuts have yet to learn of a ,singly case of sick and (f.; We will be glad to answer all /aQulries -
lily cold or attack of the grip having resulted > well, young ii>d old, rich a t:::l pocr. 'I, -- and show samples. t
11a. in pneumonia when this rem- "t 1
Sick Headache edy was used, which shows conclusively # Is duo In WOOD f.\R SAND AND STONE CO.

from This distressing disease results that it Is a certain preventiveof And it eonlaiiuj yxs trags' rxrl 1 r-o aicohc'l.l / or the bowels a large, by measure to abuse P. O. Box 956(
a .
disordered condition of, the that dangerous !llsea p. hamber.lain's --a drastic 10-4'
stomach. and purgatives. _.To avpid all danger tf. o.-ila. Florid- ,
can be cured by taking Cough Remedy contains'no opIum 't .. use
Chambfrlaln's Stomach' DRUGGIST 1 C;{ [C'-'. AND _'I. only Dr. King's New Life Pills .
and Liver or other narcotic, and may be fl.CO.! : far the '
Tablets. Get a free sample at all given as confidently to a baby as to t" gentle] cleansers and Invigorat- Mr. E. E. Ropes la bringing suit la 1
druggists and try it. zr' I an adult. For sale by all drug-gists x Et1 60f) OO\ < :) ors. Guaranteed to cure headache, d
{h biliousness, malaria DeLand In are
J.W.- and Jaundice, at which 193 persons !h;
Tydings & Co's.
x named as defendants. .

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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'. PROCEEDINGS of road on the Kendrick hard road I C. L. Railroad to New York Avenue.!' : -' ... '" ''' "
to''i ii ,.. : -iii-. .
at an expanse of $526.12; I Lave fin- thence along New York Avenue 1' -
1 Broadway, be made a Public County)
isded scraping the Silver Springs andSharps' i
mad was againa.i.j\ over until the
Ocala Fla.. NOT. 5, 1907. Ferry roads at an expense off i next meeting of the Board.
The board of county commissionersmet I U.50 I Steel,' YOUR HEALTHAND
$ ; I have also nearly completed The furniture from the Canton

In regular session on this the scraping the Summerfield road at a I II Roofing Company having been ret't'ived 'I

&lh day of November, A. D. 1907. cost of $50.50; I also filled in the jail and placed in proper condition i
I it was ordered that the bill for J462XS
lYeaent: lion John L. Edwards, I yard at a cost of $136.50. Total expenditures be iHiid. ,

chairman N. A. Fort, S. R. Pyles, C. including all bills for Oc-\ It appearing to the Board that the
W. Turner J. M. Mathews.The tober. $754.02. Acts of 1&07! requires the Board t-p.

board was called to order by I I Lave on hand about $20.90. About keep, or have kept an itemized: statement : THE HEALTH OF YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY
of all exinPes' of each commis-I,
the chairman, when the following $225 I think will probably meet my sinner in his particular District" ; and it

j proceedings were had: pay rolls for this month with whatI appearing to the Bard that to comply
lb Minutes of last: regular mooting and have left on hand. Everything is with said law requires considerable .

the Bprclal meeting of November In work to, be done, the paid Board requested -
1, working condition now. I have had
the Clerk to kta-p said nvinis 1 .
were read and approved.The little breakdown with
a my engine
and for which service they will pxyhim 1
bond of K. L. Carney as notary but everything is all right now.ReRpf'CtfullJ U5.(O per month. And the copy I! '

public wad road and approyed. of the convict records and 'lIum-.1! i

It appearing to the board that Glan- W. M. LUCIUS. month.they will allow the Clerk fltMHi jieri I you will visit our store you will agree that

nla Ht-ller was in a needy condition The resignation of Allan Gibson, as The County Treasurer th.reuixm I!i !

It ,,as ordered that an appropriation ferryman at Grahamville. was accepted filed his report of receipts and ,ii-I j

of $:. ir' mouth U paid to said party and Commissioner:: Fort requestedto bur ements, for the month of October j we are looking out for the health of our customers -

supply the deficiency.The 107.( showing receipts including ha'-j!

East" Shambly also appearing to account of the Ocala Star for ances: I for
I School Fund | our store is kept in a SANITARY

be I ly person was ordered paid II public license issued was approved Receipts . :. . . .$ 3_:, ,: : ,

$:.$4) IT month. for $42.CC. Disbursements . . 2.. .;;; ,

llr. J. H. Wilie, appearing before Dr. Henry of Candler appeared before ---i CONDITION. We never allow anything to

the board with sample of road mater- the board and requested a reduction Balance . . . .$ 1 ;::1.

ial. aluo a letter recommending the on his land, upon the ground of Road Fund I
Receipts . . . . .$ T;::.i < stay in our store long enough to become old
Mine very highly from Mr. Thomas of an excessive assessment. The mat-
Disbursements. . . 72'; "\1'I' ,
OainenvtUe. The matter was taken ter was referred to Commissioner --I I

under afh l li (,ffi{>nt. Pyles. Balance . . . .$ 1 .; 71 therefore We
you always get negoods.. buy
The report of the commissioners Upon motion of Commissioner Fort, County ?roper
Receipts .S'Ji'.J:! 'ii.;
< o he public road from Martel to Commissioners Pyles and Mathewswere
isbursetnents .c'ni: ::3;
Juliette, and laid otter at last meeting appointed as a committee to -- slow selling goods in Small I Quantities,

wa* granted, and that Mr. Ilroks be meet with Messrs. Petteway and Balance .$ ?:,22; <<

aUow..d temporarily to open a road Brass to consider the propriety of Fine and Forfeitureleceipts -
.$37,; q l -
muud hl, vegetable garden. It was building a bridge across Blue river, --
Disbursements r>ti! It> n
Hrderwl t that the paid road be immo4Utfy and also to consider the compromise -_. -.

| opened) up by the county. now pending! between the board and Balance .$319t: ; I;:,

Mr Jnrn II. llrass was appointed( Mr. Brass said committee h1l\trigpower Special Roadkcceipts Some New Goods Just inSWISS
.$ :29'!:, II
(...')'I1I8n at Stoker Kerry and present. to art.
Disbursements I I;
*d hi* bond which was approved by Tho resignation of J. M. Marshall,

the iMinnl. DIstrict No. 25, was accepted and it Balance .$ ;L".i: t til; I CHEESE, SHRIMP LOBSTERS, DEVILED CRABS, SOFT SHELL CRABS, OLIVES IN

\It ere, "IMm ni'itlon. ordered that Was ordered that the board do recom- Building Fund

A twumnt Ration to tbo !be nend to the governor tho appointment tiVfitH . . .$ 2 iti; U7lialn.nct BULK, CLAM BOULLION, 1.2 GALLON CANS, OLIVE OIL, FINE APPLE CHUNKS, POTATO
gouTnor ;disbursements! . . 'I I :'\
math fur the iMintuu'Ut| of II. J. of John H. Mathews as mark
Walk in* ra mark and brand limpi-clur and brand inspector! of District No. > .$ M\ 1:1:

fm iiuuu-t No :21: Duiiiu'lloti. ,.:5, Candler. (Total of Balance on hand mul K..- RAISINS, CURRANTS, LOBSTERS. SPICES ETC FOR FRUIT CAKE
| for the ,"hthIt \b. '
"'Ii" Uvt"l itin
Mr It M WtlltamN U. H. coiiuntnliKiir Peon motion It was! ordered that
lteeeltda! . . . .$1493: :;: thIINbursontuntr
I" err irftiitiHt _nnn for lhotll| Into pcnullH bo given Joseph: Green and dUM"1f .L .
**" '""""""""" ** "*"1 ''" ""' "" """ "" l'" L __!_
lit ihr I wttit.,NN roomhlch IUTi Nat Oats; to tho (jump' farm.Tho month . lln'.i: i 0,>

*..Iutl I. hUl to Intcrfcrt in any way bill of dray & t\lIhhtlaltl over
!Ltulanet'! in the Treasury .| I it'i: : I <1''"'
with iimtMM$ tlurln* court, nor to hy tho board nt Its last meeting, was TRY WHITE ROSE CANNED GOODS
The Tux Collector fllrd 1 lil; t. I 1".n I
bldg court an the wild Mltnt'tA rllum' or rompromltied and ordered paid and ,11.lug: _

wrt '...... warrant drawn for $SO. '.(li't uses collected .$7"l"i 1 ,-,"

ll,. Yunftfe, from FiUrfk'M, nijucattt4 Mr. J. I I. Beck was ordered paid !tarn Poll Taxes . ;a i I 'm. THE BEST ON EARTH.O.K.GROCERY
The follow log Justice's of tlir '. .
a ruiui from 8nw>ak to FalrlU-ld UWBfV $25|:: for making third copy of registration '
't'{fined no fines imputed for thtn'otth
.d. which matter was referred books, said copy being required of October, 1907: --.... 6A _._
Ui Gmnilwitufifr Mathew by law and not having heretofore Alexander Wynne. J. O. Turnips.M-il!

QMNitttl*.k>nr I'ylea filed hU report been made. :V .W. Jackson, 1>. L. Grantham '1' L
.hnson i L. L. Hopkins, II S. Smith
Upon motion it was ordered that
uu. pour farm which report U as
tad D. R: Zetrouer.
warrant be drawn In favor of Road
1M.: The following Justice's of the IN-.ici
Marlon County Poor Farm Report for Overseer W. M. Lucius for $225: to report fines imposed, as follows:

the Month of October meet current expenses for month of M. II. Rou . . . .$ 25 WII. t

November.The C. Douglass . .. . 5 UU CLeRK! BROS. Peep.4Ocala
174 (
Honorable Board of County
Tu the 3. A. Bullock . . . 173 00 Pijoqe) .
Comn gtrs,, Marion County: salary of.guard at the jail was .1. Y. Hicks . . . . 3 00 i

pallet ri tell the poor farm on the raised from $35 to $40 per month. C. R. Veal . . . . ;5; tin

4th laH lK
Wednesday morning at eight The Board thereupon adjourned until -
u 107 report: next regular meeting.Mr. .
_. '.L '
The lntaau are ten in all, four of o'clock. :.fi- "- -_ '' =- .,. .'..; t. ""- -- .-t-. ;. ,,_ ..w__; ".....\En... i.' 1'-" .-_"';:__, ."_:i.! '"" "1'i.. I

, e whit** and till of colored all of which Wednesday Morning, Eight O'clock Nathan Mayo of Summerfleld -.-.. ---- ---- -- -- -

are now doing reasonably well. Su- The Board reconvened, all members was in Ocala Tuesday. Developing Fuller's EarthA SPARKMAN FOR CONGRESS

,..'ftDtto&d'nt Priest, with the assistance present. dispatch from Attapulgus Ga., ILGHMAHiCOHDITIOH DTIK
The petition for Special Tax Hutu; Marshal Thomas of Dunnellon was
of one of his colored patrons, District, known as Uomfo District states that the Lester Clay Co., whichwas Ab: tne Times has anticipated and

ba ratted a tine lot of peaviue hay, came up for consideration; and it appearing : in Ocala Tuesday on official business. : organized with a capital stock of i. murnaied for some ume, it has louay H

tag t *r with other forage on hand that the petition for Special >75, Cane 'I Tax Road District filed before Vthi- We are receiving quite a number of
in pkety for the year's use. Fuller's earth platn at Attapulgus, is Stepncu M. Sparkman will be a can- DCURE
and while Board October meeting that no information letters these days, and everyone applauds ONLY KNOW
grtedtec II next in order, now actively engaged in developingthe didate at the approaching primary lor '
has been furnished the Bmr'with 4
flu crop t II' poor think it will produce reference to citizenship and it and admires the course of the deposits. The plant is said to be renouunatiun to congress. Vms statement SALTSICKIN ran; '6frlT1EC'flfl j:;
Banner and the that
2 1-2 to 3 barrels of syrup, the Board that expresses CATTU
nlwot further appearing to equipped with modern machinery and is made witnout reserve:: .MI. PRMNBYTesT
wMeh will bo a plenty for home sup before the information could be furnished the county will go dry. the product an exceptionally good Sparkman having considered the mailer OF MANY FOR NEARS Wi TO Bf TNt BEST MtO-Cmr', C*"HMARhH
the Board the petition would bo _.
and bacon : ------ RESTORES APPTOTt NoD ntAilB Al>t Itfi HI WO
lard NAHO rtCM&
T4 now have lie |
ply. ey grade of Fuller's earth. In addition to earnestly maturely. nas
barred: and for the reason thus stated TILGtlMl.Nf: NOT A FOOD BUT roam*itociICINl ttt>
a ytefltW-to. 'o' the farm's use untilChrUtfttdt. the petition was refused. this enterprise the company is reported been chiefly impelled by the practically GIVE IT TRIAL AND SAVE YOUR ANIMALS

and under Mr. Priest's l'pon motion It was ordered that t'vHKird FIFTEEN YEARS as to engage extensively in grow- unanimous wish of the people oinw fORSALEeYAU..RETA90N PRICE 25"C4iSTS CENTS PIh"OFACTURCD APmAlit 6iACKERMAAN

iww nithtHl of preserving his baconIt recommend to the Governor \ ing shaded tobacco, having its own district and tIle evident desire: oi & STE VAM Au
that he appoint'l1. C. a- .
ban kept perfectly sweet through warehouse, where the tobacco will be many people in all parts of the state. I
Mark and Brand Inspector, of DistrictNo.
tk IUIIHllt'r, with 21 fine pigs on pin- 10, Moss Bluff. prepared for the manufacturer. Officers His position in the house enables I -

1 d.,.. which will sOOn be ready for The inquest proceedings held before f fLlf.MA of the Lester Clay Co., are him to be of great material advantage Jerry Burnett

buu-ht rln,. This means plenty of :,1.. It. C. Douglass Justice of thei ) Messrs. W. J. Kelly, president; Geo.L. to the people ue represents: anti ne ,
*. District No. 16, was laid over .
lard. an I haron for another year. Also until ace next meeting: of the Board and -.- Drew and J. R. Walker, vice presi- has !been more influenced by this tact I Merchant

HMTI- a good' garden with plenty of papers referred to County Attorney.The Affected Kadi: ; ;Vms; :.r.j L LegsEndured : dents; J. H. Burroughs secretaryand than any and all others. his per&ou-

vcwiaMt*, sweet potatoes, etc. ThotttwMh bill presented against the Board Terr'5, itcUnable ",.I.--.I.:. wasiutX treasurer, and A. S. Beville, general al preferences, it he would permit

tree fiot't out last spring:: are do- for $22.60: of MacV.. Wright defendant O.o .: Tear manager, all of Jacksonville, himself to have any under the circumstances Tailoring.
? ; if
in a case before the Count ;
tM fln-. and I recommend that the Manufacturer's Record.W. i would have been in a
winter other Judge, was also referred to County- the Bandages to Srir: ::':;< ihe Skin Ocala Florida.
board' have set out torney and laid over until the next V I measure to a different course, but be

tea's i. HO an to have an orchard of five meeting of the Board. I -I In I less than U r.e V.eek; A. Fulton in Luck I has heard so emphatically from all I Finest Imported and*

acne in all as the land at the farm Notary bond of C. C. Johnson, Notary -- lIon. W. A. Fulton is shipping this people of the district and state that Domestic Cloths. .

Miuft .p.ctally adapted to pt.'arh.ro..tOIt. Board.Public was approved by the CURED BY THECUTICURA week a carload of grapefruit from two I fie could not disregard their wishes.>

that is to say, provided the He is moved by a sense of public dutyto Cutting a Specialty
Bonds to carry fire arms were presented REMEDIES of his groves near town. The load Fits nnarantp.rl
tNwnl concluded to maintain tl:'" poor to the Board. approved and licenses -.- consists of three hundred boxes, and this decision, which will !be wel-
and at issued, as follows: L. L. Hopkins l >
farm after the present system the interested
come intelligence to people -
hundred trees. Hadit 'I
B.! S. Savage, Jr., C. B. :Strick: "I had eczema nearly fifteen years. came from three Jici VEt and JI.A CIA 1FUNERAL
the naiiuplarf. land. J. II. ""atkins, A. J. McDonald The affected parts were my hands, arms not been for the dry weather at the and especially to the people of

nod 1\n.o attached financial re- T.1.. Jarrell and James Coffin. And legs. They were the .worst in. the beginning of spring which made so I Tampa. Much as they would have

pro of m '. -rintt-ndent. The following pension application winter always time itchy and and were I many of the blossoms fall off, he liked to see him win further political
of the Poor Farm wer approved by the Board: L. 11Raysor .
Financial Report
could not keep from would have gathered one thousand honors, they preferred to have him
J. T. Ozmore, II rs. F. D. s
-\ for the Month of October, 1907 Pooser, Mrs. Sophia A. Gibson Mrs scratching them. I boxes this season. He sold the fruitto continue his career of special ueful-I stvsMhfe*
Rttrint Mid >nrs salary, $35; hired Lad to Keep both ness. To undertake this he has '
M. L. Badger, Mrs. Rebecca Ross El- all Mr. Fuller of Tampa for $1050. Mr. consented -

b"Mp. $j.>:*'; washing and ironing $7; mira Hope Z. A. Crumpton, James hands the time bandaged,and at Light Fuller re-sold them for $1123:! shortly II and will be again a candidate

r "** .. 11:; bill of OcalaVaon Carrington and Louis J. Parr. I would have to after their purchase. The trees from I for the approval and renomination of ,
that the old
\Vork. t..jS; Helvenston-Pasteur Co., Ocala The and petition Flemington asking stage road be scratch through the which this fruit was gathered are I his constituents for his present seat. DIRECTORS.Have .

111.M; H 11. Masters, :5<'.; MarionCompany I reestablished and kept up by the bandages as the itch-and only three years old, but vigorous and I in the house of representatives. i -
ing was so severe,
U.Nw.rf' $3.90; Tydings & County was filed and laid over until at timed I would haveto healthy. When we consider that I i For which the Times is very glad, a full stock of Coffin Casket!

Co.. $! *: S. n. rooks, $31.46; B. i the next meeting of the Board. tear everything off grapefruit are more tender than or- and acknowledges that the event has I and Burial Outfits. Special given to

Baldwin for beef $2.40; express paid, Mr. R B. Bullock kas allowed to redeem my hands: to scratch forcibly remindedthat transpired exactly according to its Burial serviced.
the El: of Lot 24 and the Eh ange trees, we are i
II : Florida Lime Co., 65c. Total, except 60 feet North and South, on the skin. I could not we are well within the orange views of the best interests of Florida I Embalming to Order
rest or sleep. I had
$114.16. 11) produce sold. $1.15. Total North side of Lot 23; and also 60 feet several physicians belt.-Brooks ville Argus. I and Tampa. It does not entertain the t I

t'1pt"ff.t' $113.11.Rt't'llt'ctfully: North and South on North side of E1; treat me but they I possibility of any opposition to the

submitted of Lot :23, Caldwell's Addition to Ocala could not give me a renomination and I' Ferry Seedsare
upon the pajment of the face of tht'certificatt's. The Road Goes Merrily Forward I congressman's regards -' cot an expert
;, Com. in Charge. together with omitted permanent cure, nor ; the matter as settled for the riaentbut with proper cul ti.
-- i S U. PYLES. even co-ild they stop Late reports from Long Key stale vation,they assure snccesi '
): year's taxes without interest. the After I coming term.-Tampa Times. I' from the start. User have no
v* The application of Mr. W. A. Moor itching, that the viaduct at that point is nearly -
The following resolution adopted: docbts at planting nor disappointments
the Cuticura
bead for refund of license paid was L using completed. Only one more arch I at harvest. Get
Whereas this Board has learned that re-I
Soap, one box Cuti- Mr. J. C. Howell of Anthony was in
refuted upon ttJ ground that the within the past few months persons cura Ointment and mains to be built and this will be town Tuesdadriving a very pret-

board had no authority to act in the under arrest from warrants issued out two bottles Cuticura. ished within the next fortnight. Ali -i .
ty horse. It was so pretty that it at
of the County Resolvent for about
matter. ready part of the track has been laid
: held without trial in the County Jail six days the itching had ce;:ised,and now tracted universal comment
; F. R. Gary for the viaduct, and on his next visit
The request of Mrs. on
the Count and HHaBrf
for week, thereby costing the pores have disappeared, I never I wmJVal HB BMIbAHHHfl
reduction on certain lands of A. E. considerable expense in the matter of felt better in life than I do now. to the works Mr. Flagler will have for biggest, surest, best crept
Mr. C. P. Haycraft of the Fellowship at all dealers. Famous for over
Dickerfeon estate, upon consideration feed for such prisoners; and Edward Worell, Band 30th, U. S. !clantry the pleasure of riding over the most .I 50 years. 1907 Seed Ajuto.4
Whereas we believe that all men are: Fort Crook \(Lrb.." neighborhood was in the city I free on request.D .
by the boird, was .ref used. wonderful railway bridge in the world.
entitltd to a spt't'dtrial under our ''- Tuesday on business. He was accompanied M. FERRY CO.,,
rJtl hard roads v All haste is being made to .
The overseer for possible I Detroit,Mich.HflHDY
therefore be it
Constitution; The most torturing and disfiguring by his daughter, Miss BellHa'craft. :
la JUrlonieounty, filed his report for Resolved by this Board that we do :,humors r" irritations complete the road on to Knight's Key I ,
ecz n:tS, rw. itchings, .
the month of October 1901, which re vigorously! protest against holding per- and iniatr.ti! ; ITS of the skin, by the first of next January, and thereis -- -- -- -

port b all follows: sons prisoners in the County Jail beyond scalp, and blood, with as. of Lair of in- no doubt that the trains will be MOTH PAPERA
a. reasonable time, and do hereby fans children and.adds, Horse Strayed or Stolen
\ Mr. J. L. Edwards Commissioner in running through to that point within
I I lnsi i t that all such persons hereafter relieved and stilly: cui-d: b/the Cuticura horse used moth destroyer and disinfectant
| Charge of Hard Road Work in District arrested be speedy hearing two months time.-Miami News Rec- Large dapple gray ,
given a Remedies, wnea ali tl e fails. Placed under carpets or In the fold
i- I o. I, Marion Co.. Fla.: without unnecessary delay. Comp'.rt Ezvrnt1 nd latr'nil Truixect for ord. us on our delivery wagon missing of furs and clothing It drives away
the The petition heretofore filed, asking Bum.ro(IL(>UU,Uii..;ren.a d tddt.Cutt.Lnof CutU since Sunday. Has sore on lower moth and worry. Twelve sheets In a
Dear Sir-Allow ,Ire to submit can SOAP(JBe.: ) to emcee ''1. SUn,Cuticura Outmrat
T)r road at Stanton, was laid over un- (*c.); to !lest lh. SkhS .*< Cutkwa flllf (Chocoisns 440 of land. Apply part of right hind leg. Reward, for packet carriage .Iff druggQdoe;
work done FOR SALE- acres -
;powkr as a report of the Board.. o.lledl5c..per Tulo OUa funtj ItuBJood. Biz packets 59 cents
til the next meeting
i during tie month of October 1907. I The petition presented asking for a sold rrop..DOdAs tbJoulhGIa&\,UM....rl.1..'" Dep.tu Potts:Lo lINe dDw kChna.Con.sods ,to"be7.un.rbouM ... or write P. A. Liddell, Santos, information by E. C. Smith, at Ocala not have It.
r<].;Pan,sobers,f But d.1 U Fux. Co. d&wtf. Madigan Powder Werks Selection 809
bare built about eleven hundred yards connection of the road from the A. WMLl.4Frw,"llaw to Curt StU Toitunt.* Fla. 10-ll-5tw( Furniture Clarksville, Iowa.


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is mutual and lu utockholuer JOHN II TEMPTeD I,-THANK8UIVINU) PROCLAMATION I en +\ \
THE GOOD OF CORPORATIONSDO tain degree it r---: ,n.A
help 10 shiru thu ro1.t., *. i .-
THEY MEET A REQUIRE- the Preisura of FrUndt I I l'f&.t.h'llut tbW t,UlliHl S.r.tu"
well as the expense and tlm responsiblliuea H. Yl.ld. to I the :

, MENTIt of the CODet'rn0 > iu,;lo and Announce Hit Candidacy of Auu'iKtt liavtu by C\xI.U.I1"U\Ju ,.- mI -f

individual could poauibl! ). detetupalong for Governor I II 'aiAuaUul TuuruiiAy, Novomlwr 26,. I t #.

is not only good sometimes but the lini-a of iiuprovvuiuut. lu John N. L'. Htocktou has yh'hlt"J to i 10.: A4 u uutluu.il day of U.I. ul\.givtu

All times to bear all sides of a disputed -I the ways which aro open to the cor- I thu pressure brought to boar upunl I ., not, tbert fore, purtuaut to oaUOIUhvd : ;.
The discussion can doDO and I, Napoivou U. bruard. *- C ,
question. poration. Thu aggregation of capitalis him from all bycllous of the suite cubtuui
Bacon paid a splendid b.'comocandi.- of the bintc of Florida, a :
rong. not only able to reward the inventor I today decided to gowruor
tribute to the well rounded well informed or originator, but It can tie d.vuuMto date for governor of the elate ot do hereby tl\.lbU..l.t aua a pomt bawl .
man. Of course it is impossible 'i'haukb&ivlng Day, and do ear- '0
greater extension and eipansiiou, Florida. day 1.s
for a person to become the kind which means: added meunu- for botn Mr. Stockton has thousands of I neatly request teat it Uc su observed -

of man described by Lord Bacon as the stockholders and the etupio>es. personal and political friends who. ll11\1UI1U. .lie ..,ute.pabt J

long a3 he is content to live out his Value of Combined Power I will rally to his support and even '1 Uc \.ai has been ono oiaua

life in a tingle rut which his environ the earning vilel, as an indication DiUiiieritj. WvU our uauuu )
Apart however, from I herein Jackson p.uce I l.----1 '.... '
unfortunately___ have placed L has nave nude Mead } IL1'
newts may n. point of view, mere is me advantageto of his strength, he already and out state I t

blm. r.. /1ri nIt the con.suuwr-to the country asa scores of people who are supportinghim I progreBS.V'e, as a peuyle, nave trou- 1 S y

has always been the policy of the wnojc- If one takes, as an instance I for governor, and who have den the paths ot peace aad it has:

Ocala Banner so far as it had the in point, that greatest of all corI heretofore opposed him politically.Mr. been our lot to abide within the realm V .J"

upace-to give all sides of a disputed the Standard Oil Company, oraI'tiOUd. I. Stockton was seen today by a of pu nty. oar commerce: has steadily -

proposition a fair hearing. It finds not diKlcult to appreciate the value of i'' Metropolis reporter as soon as It was txpauded, aad each rising sun has ==

that this is the only way to become ddecided to run I the realization
combined power It may have driven reported that he ha found us a step nearer

thoroughly posted. It has long since |I I out some competition, but it has succeeded for governor, and when asked about oi that ideal commonwealth! of which

discovered that a man who reads all [ in the years oi its existencein the matter he said: true statesmen: : in all ages have ,

sidefl of a question la leas liable 10 bringing the production of petroleum -' "I have tad the matter of becoming dreamed, and in the hope of attaining rn,

become narrow in hid views and intolerant to almost an art. Better and a candidate for the governorship which our torclathera staked ail lies S .

in his prejudices. cheaper than ever it was. Although under consideration for some con- that liie held precious, and even iitoitbc'it :4,' .

Carrying out the ideas herein set .ho btdudaru: Oil Company has had to siderable time. I have been repeatedly in the fickle lottery oi u>voluuoii .r

forth we print elsewhere an article compete with tae modern use oi gas :i I ;might say, urged in private and rebellion. .., ."

from tbu Wall Street Journal tellingof and electricity, it turns out such an letters written me by friends and Our harvest has fultilled the roseate 4 2s"i

the good of corporations. excellent quality of product that those. : people with whom I am not even promise oi tae see...HIWour; i ineids I E ;

Perhaps what it says may be true. careful of eyes and appreciative of personally acquainted to become a nave .added duuuaai .. jl !|I '

We have grown to be so large in a soft and mellow light prefer the candidate for governor, and I am in- oiledi. niU ieVOut l\'CJ..U'I.lo: lH'i ." .

this country, and this growth has I product, even as against tie lesser labor : formed by these friends that it is tine to 0.ail this u".li..l. n., vwtuie -. \. po' :e. 1lgjlfi f'rIi >' /

come upon us so suddenly-following of the other lighting facilities.It the wish of a great many people in, iOieat: ...iUv. dad oxeaaueiped "aH'1 ''''

closely upon the heels of certain infections is safe to say that no other force leach of the localities of Florida that to: :swell i....' llUU.lrlJ.i r.';> urce I : Fp

--that it has become impos- II could have successfully competedwith I: I should enter the race. :3 ot a napyy and cuuleuud l-l..k.1 I s a.

fcibla to conduct our affairs as our the isaovatioas: in lighting facil- ,t "I realize that the office of governor Oar clues nave grtuu i4. -..!.l- audmatjuiticence i ..04,<.! i.l' *i
have been com .. '
forefather did. ; iaes wtici our modem civiiizauoaazi : is the highest in the gift of the ; our harbors have peen ; .
Pelted to set u;> standards of our discoveries have brought to us. ;people of Florida, and that the opportunities deepened and miyu'veu; cr m"ml.i-I .;

own and do our business in our own It is also safe to claim thai the auto I to do something for the Uoua ot learuiu i aaii !been; uicrt't::-ed I

way. The day of small livIng hast mobile would have been if not useless oenefit of the people of Florida are : in their :cope and ;power wr g.'d. Iwise I
a:: i-s.1'Mtt (
e&d. at least m a tea-oiaes: : mere expensive luxury j i greater in that position than. in any and eQ'u .ao.u ..iW:) ii.<,f :t.i MfC" '4I

bttle country towns are sow :: tv.q-i it is o,jaf, were it j l t fur | other ofiiee that a Florida man can enacted; hon ate.' -
ea&a registers. g
JUJIOUM .ks p..P&w3i.'h ins! greas corporprQTtdicd. -!a occupy. It is very pleasing for a re*;a.juid JL.1 :"';'::-
mints, aad scataectttttones vtthe Ri h
thUtr linotype .
u. azitiii: ns Our r4l:'TOfoJSsti i, man to ksov that so many people of seem to have eunstl."Nti toge:j* ..
at the larger t ::ea1"h
oar aarj ts veL as oar citizens his native gate express a desire that cur good. No :pry- net ijj.5 '. jr' h

gnat Vrar3hip Zink cd rs--,21'fe sinn Hti ay ti-ar pure"LIt : ae shor.de: item and I have blot upon tie: pdt. Su wam.r .:-<,':_. : '. .. 'V

way lines hate set a new pace cUd : that :- -c !essz far hfti OOItcl lied torve die people of our vic;..a Jt :..e tavan;: \.; ";;at ; i

liari compelled tbe mngancaa; of : a al.:1- ?!orsaa if a majority of OK democrat opportunities ie !- arotm..i a. J.:1-.i Uv t '"!'
to meet lei caw conditions ,:,
ntif system i 01'I w tsa jc voters so tteeuie ia. tie pnmar.esbtr greater ones sara: b :ja.cceae ei n:: a.: :
These new eanroiraenta: will B ..(
I i la other line: of aiiiostry .sere ire- :> ieM next year. -Jacksonville bird ciiaea. a....w itjnar :-. ae ..-. -',
&laot imperceptibly bmg about a .
1 oher corporations, act as V'rt.L.. 1i e :poi, NoT_ IL : uuaforrti.: ,4.5 3e f3 .eC ..: .:f. t ,
change in the manners a .d customs r. f
perhaps: but weadmg ziwir mot? ':,- t oar <*m n.'tL. Tifire JT*?.. c.: ert:
of the people.A and A, &bJIIn i Fails;, Though fitch I .t
ward incessant improvement ewdntinned la.eJ.-.n! JiiUJ.cas tier: ici 1
long time ago; when the farmer Wars :ie is coarse .2. his manner! .
advancement Our ;* ;:rtia.d : ""' -
proved lus.7<: sail :]! :": : 6.s 1stalorue. =
and manufacturer and merchant depended and ::rim. i JL as ins n za. I I -
: tomz: ,
our IililesVi'Y rasiascry i : laru :3.t7: = :.t. :.:..-
the wagon and ox-cart to !
on W.1ef1 e ti eorI3-u.ndy remf"1-11tg
this great nation can beast aft 1 Iran jK QLJEsreii .
asmw xas :.k 1. ;::-
do the transportation of the country scans that the irsxe T imgsrs in
there are few which: it does aoc pee .
business : ileas jwacTrvar :. 3itsite tie cl.;: ( "
colossal transactions and great m 'd'{ :jfr. .
in order have tie in: rest of
sess, to = f otzsj iearta 20.7*= 33. firoV- ::: :, iAiOC. ._ ,
combinations were impossible : ; t -;-
Wises there s eruieaee of mescal
outsiders and aid tie assistance of ;
t Zt tl ::Ia;: YmTd"a;;:g JOSSieTiccE a=i ,.' 1'-
and were unexpected.Now hit c>> .} .
m eeaTe
every advantage ar.r.i! and c er- jeanry .. .," .' 't. .
with the atmosphere white wise has interested capital aid eom- W"el.3e- -dmrft seek JrWert1. f tsautIT : -- ,., .-;;> ,
locomotives n toe TIT: r esoris is ts "
with steam from puffing Lined individual ability aid opcio w-a. oe i:* a. soodias pWa. 1
thus .L.ooz =' :1m ; Ht iEt .:
and counter rush across
In their rush
son SXZTJsalti 1 Ifigiter:
in tbe forming of corpont cu3. very -
'sue :li.i; :a -- a4 hz.u
the continent and great ships at sea, :
i investor in such corporations has 22. :s las ersrszter fesi a isiWic '
at OS i &UCJf& & 1 Cf praise:
it Is perfectly natural that new conditions cdttr: i.
enormous advantage over those who ; !1
should arise and new business '! .a r": : it z3 &**. Srea t::
merely stand aside and criticize. is A sorrow xsd:: tigxed 5sii3
concerns and systems colossal in their UI :.u; 1T.tSOSS a.3.tatveraity i
Those who place their funds aid their OJEUCti jWtsi j =
nature should be inaugurated. The < ijC0vtz |
faith in their country's industries, i 2.S ;:i :2&LZ S. ZteZZ ISdan ,
Wall Street News that from 'j& i* aV frIk.r..1. art
argues show not only patriotism and conS-j it;:'y iic 10 tJ.r u }a. al".rI.ag" tad u.nrJ7t''
au economic point of view that it has :.. vs szinz ccnra4 wtomte
dence but advancethe ::=:ty ITS i
help to actually
been of real benefit to everybody I \, i'e t.L htl. r' ; re'lare!: as di1LIFre1Ib -
enterprise and strengthen the [I I When ie h 3 red:: ;fin B s j' IIfII .4 01m
: ClzVT, true
for these great corporations or -
prosperity of the nation. instead o! C. aiytit* Klir* A or
to have sprung into exist .(=an V't/VI L-t.e' t;:tier the
I Lbtec t rt grief !ill Chas-// F ',,
ence. The benefits radiating from ; rf points ,
What a Florida Woman Has Done When be does ixt fa Us prsap- i -J- -

them It claims have been generaland The Tampa Times thus tells of ity help those who helped tto to ti1 i:-.rit1 to eu&jtaut and sorrow leads to I
universal. i a DXrtr, tii>;r liE Whatever: else
what a Floriad woman has done: adversity. I
\Ve do not know. We do know, how I cay t% try: there are none who can '
"A Tampa man went down into When he goes on the principle of I 't' ft:
ever, that all businesses are very I'gaizsay: ttat gocd haJJ outweighed .
Polk county the other day to see a getting all he can and giving as littleas
nearly allied together, and when there enl; that there have been more .
man on business. The man lived on possible. -- -; !.
comes periods of prosperity we are I smiles than tears; that the sun has ...
a farm, and in the course of his visit When he carries about his businessa J 0 1l -'-
all benefited, and when a relapse occurs i shone oftener than It has been obscured :
the Tampa man extracted some inter- vinegar face instead of a sunny one. !
we all feel it None of us who When ; and that conscientious effort
esting information about what hisfriend's he has not enriched the lives I

are in business can escape the effects wife had done herself this of others and made the world a little for good has been rewarded oftener rtz.M

of a panic. year. Since the first of Januray last better for living in it. than it has been disappointed.For .

Instead of printing the article to she had( sold 310 dozen eggs at an at'erage When he has not helped to push all this good which has fallento

which we alluded in a separate part of 23 cents a dozen making civilization a little higher. our lot, and for all the inspiring !II I

of the paper we instead subjoin it i $68.30. Sbe had marketed 240 chickens When he over-emphasizes dress promise with which the future lures I

here. It will do no harm and may do I' us on to new conquests and rich -
and pleasure-gives them his
at an average of 31 cents, making first i ,
Kome good to read it. 1 $74.40. She had on hand an estimated thought, his best time. blessings, I earnestly recommend that j I = :

The Wall Street News says: I! bunch of turkeys numbering When his wealth has left others on Thanksgiving Day our citizens abstain m: : ..: ..It. I

Humanity is so prone to feel in- :' CO, which will bring her $2 apiece by poorer. from their usual 'vocations, and, i .r.

tensed against the successful ones Thanksgiving and Christmas, or $120. When he has robbed another of op meeting in their homes and accus- 2 .... )'
that it U merely a natural outcome ; tomed places of worship give thanksto .r";
portunity when in
She expects to add at least $25: more ; amassing his
of the enormous success of this coun 1 in wealth he has dwarfed Almighty God for his many mer- j .
eggs and fryers before the end of cramped or C
try's corporations that they should cies and blessings conferred l 1IIIJI'1
the year footing a total of $ S7.jn. minimized another's chance. upon us. I
_t have !been assailed. Perhaps the warfare : In testimony whereof, I have here
To this should be added what the When his career has not an upwardas v

upon industrial combinations rather large family had eaten, which well as an onward tendency. unto set my hand and caused the 1

ulll bring out full truths, which i great seal of the state to be
would more than doubly cover every When he has piled up books, paint- affixed I .

should be impressed upon the citizensIn possible item of cash expenses in connection ings and statuary with his wealth, but at Tallahassee, the capital this the -- a

no other way. It is a foregone con- ;|, with the fowl branch of the is a stranger among them-knows ninth day of November, A. D. 1907. .,.>_ .. Co
: elusion that such war-waging will create : nothing of their (Great Seal.) : ii .." t tI
establishment. Miami
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temporary reaction and more or ; When his soul has shriveled to that N. B. BROWARD, Governor. !. ',R' ': .
less of idleness for those who ''' By the Governor >-- !: ,__,J':'"
depend Mrs. Kirby Smith Dead of a miser and all his noble instincts ; Attest:
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for their weekly income on tbe continued 'I After an illness of several weeks, are dead. H. CLAY CRAWFORD, 1 JA

advancement of this part of :: Mrs. Edmund Kirby-Smith, widow of When his highest brain cells have Secretary of State. 3:1 _. .t

our commercial life.Corporations. [I the late Confederate general, passed gone out of business, and he only dI ,go;

Necessary '!! away November 4, at Sewanee, Tenn., lives in the base of his brain, down Killing Mullet With Sticks

Corporations are as necessary to I I death being due to old age. Although I close to the brute faculties. The Miami Metropolis of the 21st -< J

his nation as are its crops or for- I i having reached the age of 70 years, When his wealth is obtained at the notes that the: surf at the beach' the

cats We are no longer able to be Mrs. Kirby-Smith enjoyed remarkablygood sacrifice of character. day before was so full of the smaller V

satisfied with the small producer. health until a few weeks previous When he has never wiped a tear size mullet that bathing was diffi 00

. The greatness of the country demands to her death, both mentally and i from a sad face, never kindled a fire cult. Bathers armed themselves with

a corresponding greatness in its insti :|'physically. Since the time wen her i on a frozen hearth. sticks and I
''J tutions. The single individual is unable I noted husband became connected When indulged in the sport of I : :) L
i I there is a dollar in his pocket trying to kill them as they would roll II .

to cope with such a demand adequately I: with the University of the South : dishonestly gained. I up with the breakers, but very ffvv, I II '.J

and properly. many years ago, Sewanee has been i When the blood of orphans or if any of the fish suffered. _

From the points of experiment and ; her constant home, it being her wish I! youth or spoiled years of precious I! vailing northeast and east winds The pro-lrl'l I,!
improvement, tho corporation shows : to live and die the of lives co
among scenes I and lost opportunities of othersstick believed to han driven the mullet ....
its advantages over all other classes ber husband's late labors. The deceased '
of -I to his millions.-Success :Maga into tho bay and the surf.-Jacksonvlll -
promoted enterprises. To a cer i way a Miss Selden. zine. ,- Tiui'.s-1'ninn.
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I What medicine for? To cure you, if sick, you say. I

j But one medicine will not cure every kind of sickness, because different i ,.

i It medicines act on different parts of the body. One medicine goes to the liver, o

i another to the spine, Wine of Cardui to the womanly ....organs. So that i3 I why

1"Builds Wine of Ca dui c.ft j jr

A r' has proven so efficacious in most cases of womanly disease. Try 1L r-: ---- ___ -1__._

c : Mrs. Wm. Turner of BartonviHe. In. writes 1 suffered for .
: : years vltb female dlvwa .. tt\ doctored .. S
Force without relief. My back and head would hurt me, sad I suffered agony *lth bealtnr-41W Istria At W:1

I took Wine of! Cardui! and nov I am !la good health." Sold everywhere. la $1.00 bott ts.1.> III

WRITE US LEER Wrtt.!to.U1 for a tree CDP1 01 ftluWe 64W..tllleo2 n... ... w_ .... ..... lC
J-21. A A.jvtce. .describe roar IYIII'tOes. do. .... aa4 'ecA, _lit .. ,.... i i. Mn" .... .... .
A.1 : MYbar7 De t.. The M.4I.1uA,. ,...........1-. *r4> lJl -.I ,L

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,t A FLORIDIAN IN CUBA their dally labor for the support of I DEATH OF DR. H. C. WALKUP ..,.............. ..&. ..... .......... .... .",............. ..... .....-... .............. .. ........ ..... ......... ............ ...... ..... ...... ..... .... ..............................A. ............... ..... ......... ... .......". ....9'. A..... ...
their families. i -

Tells t% the Condition of Thing on Religiously th y are, aa it is g6.Qer-1! Dr. H. C. Walkup. a native of this >

the l.tlneS-Th. P"pl. Rife With ally understood to bt, largely of the ''i cotnty tad a brother of Mrs. John R.

the Ida of Revolution Catholic faith and among the common I I Simpson of Monroe, died suddenly of l

F Fine Harm) Loyola Nor. 1. 19v7.To yoopl it La surprising Low; they I hart failure at his home in Mclntoah -

the bailor Ocau Ikinnur: cling to the ideas that to us seem absolute -:! i Fla., on the 15th inat He wassixtyfour KEATING & CO

Imagine, if you can, an American sup rttiUton. i years old, and leaves a wife !!

boy unuuig in tU city of Havana, ;;I The public kChoole are in operation, i and eight grown children. After the I .

Out knuMog ur wh1t1c.tanding a ginKltt and they are now trying to get the I war he studied at the University of

worn of la" luifu&;M, of laid country I English language taught in a number !i :North Carolina and the Medical Col I .

and you haw my condition on I of the larger schools. lege of New York. He settled in

the uvriuiig of the 3ota day of January A BANNER READER IN CUBA. I Sharon, Mecklenburg county in 67,

t 1'jui.However.: and practiced several years, after. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS i

utriy; thre years among FLORIDA DElTINED TO BE THE I wards going to Florida. .The older

throe people, pnucipahy among the WORLD'S SANITARIUM I people of Waxhawa remember him
countr) people, with an occasional Il I-with great love. Mrs. Simpson is now

obit to the cities near the locahtieb the last of the large number of the
A correspondent to a Florida paper ;; J
In bub; my lut has been cast, has' writes as follows concerning the summer Walkup family. The following highly Ocala Florida }

given ui considerable observation: of time in iba Peninsular late: j appreciative letter has been written ,

thw country and its people. Thinking "Sometimes in talking with the old j'' to the family by his old captain:

l rrhaps you wit{ ,t like a few lines'I settlers they will tell you that the 'i "Dr. Henry Clay Walkup is dead.

ubu .blJ'. Tt of "copy" 1 take the libtrty !; summer months are the most !beautiful Sad oh sad, is my heart to learn that Orders Are Filled the Day They
oi tiding the j his home McIntosh the !
same. and pleasant of all the year. I j''at In in state ;

For agricultural purposes I am! That the heat is no more oppressive :j''of Florida, he departed this life on j

Mire thai toe lands judging from what'' in too summer months here than it 'the. 15th day or October, 1S07 and the I Arrive

ba1I t-n. will compare with anything I'I'I usually is in the north. And then the j j''place that knew him once knows him I

> uu can find in the Inited much !now no more forever. A voice comes
I enjoyable; rainy season, coniugas j -
StaWII! producing well almost any it does in June, July, August and'1': to me. It is the voice of all the years I, RYE WHISKEY. ; CASE WHISKEY.Per .

tom) planted, provided, of course, the September, at just the time of the i j''that are gone. They roll before me Per Gallon. SPECIAL 4QT.OFFERS '
b.vuMNta hit such a thins as lertihzc-r'I with all their deeds. lIe was my 9 I Star Rye . . . . .$1.50 Qt Bottle.
year when it is so much needed to Red Rock Rye . . . 1.75 I ...
bias ali set unused and almost un- give new life to all vegetation. 'schoolmate and my loving comrade in I Keystone: . . . . .2.00 Belle Isle . . . .. .. .$ .e;>>
h Laowu An average cabbalier loU; ; "When northern 'arms, and when the echoes from the j Belle Isle . . . . 2.50 King of Kentucky .. .. ... ... :75Uncle
oar friends come :J' Log Cabin . . . . 3.00Keating's Joe . . .. .. 1.OA
Fort I
acre*! i uiu cut ordinarily 7u,0ow arro- I:| here in the winter they don't stop tof;, guns at Sumpter awoke South- Pride . .. . . 3.00 FOR $2.90 Strauss Royal Reserve .. ... .. 1.00
b...* oi i aiif. or 1.7 oooo pounds, from ; think that Florida has her winter ern men to duty, he was among the i( Monogram . .. .. .. . 3.50 We will semi, I I Old Maryland Rye .. . .. .. 1.00 +
I Uncle Joe . .. . . . 8.50Pilgrimage expressprepaid
Mbbeb from first volunteer his services to old Old Harvest Corn . .. 1.00
tLe 0
glower gels to GI I months as well as the north; that . . . . 4.00 4 full quarts of I Pilgrimage .. .. .. ... .. .. 1._?""
I- e..bl, of sugar, the mill getting' many of our trees lose their leaves; North Carolina. His enlistment was Fern Hill . .. . . 5.00 I : Cascade . . .. .. .. 1.25
ttMt difference for the cost of early in May, l&til, in the Waxhaw 'I Strauss' 76 . . . . 5.00 BALTIMORE RYE 'White Oak 1.25
manu- that tbe wild flowers are, most of I, Jackson which CORN WHISKEY. '-- --- -- Fern Hill ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: : :: 1M

fa.c'UIY I,, them, missing. But when our rainy ;, Guards was afterwards -i Tennessee Corn . .. . $1.50 FOR $3.50: Strauss' 76 .. .. .. . . ISO
In for sections where I have lived i i i season commences all nature seems called and known as Company | North Carolina Corn. . . 1.751 I Old Oscar Pepper (not in bond).. 1.50
tJ'ic large of tobacco + B, 26th regiment, North Carolina I II Statesville Corn . . . 2.00J We will send express I Planters' . .. .. .. .. .. 1.50
ia oo quantity I: to put on new life. I Mountain Corn . . . 2.50 i prepaid full quarts of'' Black and White Scotch . 2.00
grows however, it succeeds veryl I j I "The gopher hole and the little salamander troops. Though only a boy of seventeen Old Harvest Corn . . .. 3.00 !! ML Vernon . . ... .. 1.75;>>
will. and is all grown without fertili- I:I.I mounds of yellow sand so he carried his musket from i i GIN. ROYAL ;I GIN.

***. I i thickly scattered about through the I North Carolina and courageously faced -j I Swan 9In. . .. {1.50 RESERVE j ,
: the hardships which tried the souls Tom Gin . .. .: .: : .: : 1.75: Per QL Bott Ie.
IB til' Guinea Valley, some fifty i j I woods no longer appear to the eye I | Holland Gin . ... . 2.00 1 1 London Dock Gin .. . ..$ .75
iaile. lruL/TUvaua, where I spent the i i but all hidden with grasses and beautiful I of men. He lost his right arm in that j I Crown Gin . .. . . 2.50 FOR $3.50 I Tom Gin .. ... ... ... ... 1.00
Ural year and a half of my time here, )I flowers and everything looks so ever memorable charge of the 2Cth': Perfection Gin . . . .. 3.00 We will send 4 full ': Holland Gin .. ... ... .. .. 1.00
: I regiment in McPherson woods, at'' RUM. qts Phosphate Gin . .. .. .150
UtttAtut-a, eggplant, pepper, potatoes,i' fresh and green. It is summer time :' New England Rum . . .$2.50 OLD |; Booth Tom Gin . . .. .. 1.50
do will aud are extensively planted and tbe woods are all in bloom and I Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, ISW. Five Jamaica Rum . . . 3.00 MALT WHISKEY.
ainl ID most seasons grown with profIt : the birds make music all day. hundred and forty-nine of his regiment .J BRANDY. HARVEST CORN Per Qt Bottle

".\nd the aroma from the pine trees fell under that charge, with Col. .. Blackberry Brandy . . .$1.50 The best goods to be '| Duffy's Pure Malt .. .. ..U-00
In iL.i.the Remedies section, the j I being brought out by the warm Harry K Burgwyn, Capt. William Apple Brandy . . . 3.00 had for the money ;Bowman's . . . .. 1.10
Peach Brandy . . . 3.04 i
prliu-ipal crop is cane. Owing to the !! of the summer sun-oh, how healing Wilson and Lieut. \Y.Y. Richardson. WINE. SWEET GOODS.

fact that thenis no irrigation, and I to one who has weak lungs. Is it any Forty-six of his own company were Catawaba Wine . . . .$1.50 FOR $6.00 Peach and Honey "a" grade .Per. $1.50 Gal.
ta.., lk'a1 ons. are wry uncertain for wonder that anyone thus afflicted among the killed or wounded in this Port Wine . . . . 1.50 WI will end express Peach and Honey "aa" grade 2.00
fierce and bloody engagement Blackberry Wine . . . 1.50 prepaid 4 full quarts *f Rock and Rye "a" grade . .. 1.50
any crop except cane on this plantation finds bis health in our summer Sherry Wine . . . . 1.50 : and Rye "aa" grade . 2.00California
aliiio.vt the entire crop was months I ara no prophet, nor son of "He: was one of the bravest men I Cognac . . . 3.00 STRAUSS FIMOUSRock, Brandy . . 3.00
ever knew, and was engaged with his Imported Port Wine . 4.00 Banana Brandy . . . 3.00
"bMnml OT" last April, yet todaywe I a prophet but I predict that the time E'. Imported Sherry Wine . . 4.00 76 DYE Apricot Brandy . . 3.00!
Last plenty of cane that is fully I is not far distant when fair Florida company in nearly every one of its utANNVvVA

matured I, ten and twelve feet high I will be the greatest sanitarium of the important battles-at Newbern March

with from three to six months yet to I world. I have spent two summers ini 14, 18C2, at Blount's Creek, Williams- I

grow ab we stall: cut no cane before i Florida and a part of the third summer I ton N. C., at the Seven Days' fight

the nuU'llr uf January, and we are here and know wbat it has done I around Richmond ending with the

ftuppovx-d to have about 100 days in for roe. With a grateful heart I thank I charge at Malvern Hill, July 1, 1SG2. Send for Price List

wbkh to harvest the crop. This will my Creator that there is such a place I The writer always felt safe when going

ght you Borne idea of the soil. as Florida In the summer time. Thro' I into battle when he had his Wax- j

Whtre t
are gruwnf r the markets oi the have refreshing showers every day, Richardsons, the McCains and others,

UnlU-d Slates the returns for good and after a shower is over how re- true types of the brave and valorousmen I\;

stuck are good. A gentleman from freshing and how lovely all natures of that historic section of the --- ---

tUi East Coast tulu me that he nail ems. With the air purified by our country.

'e* boon In the touato business for oxer thunder and lightning, one feels likea "After losing his arm, Henry Clay IT WILL

tea >t-ar, and that the prices recei\- new man."Northern. Walkup studied medicine and devoted -!

t td for bib crop here bur l'jtH-05: ;;, madea people think it must beery I the remainder of his life to healing PAY) YOU !
others and into these scenes of his I l
better ateiuge lu puce than any \ warm here In too summer
from there months, but it is not. three I' life he carried the same high regard !
had Only
crop be ever shipped If you have on hand to tell, or if YO'
My obn-rvation ol the people! ialtbougb times the past year has the thermometer for duty as characterized his conductin I
war. He was an elder in the Presbyterian I are thinking of coming to FlorIda
limited) extends: from tbenrtl been above 93, and then one can

city of Havana: to the snialitrtown always find a cool place in the shade." church. Peace to his ashes I to make It your home, or

the The for there were none braver or truer..
and out into country. If desire to Investin
How to Treat a Sprain "The 'taps' of his last day has been
jK'opl, .&li a whole, are what our people -
particularlytho Sprains, swellings and lameness are sounded the light of his earthly life any kind of FlorIda -
would term crude
promptly relieved by Chamberlain's
has been extinguished forever. He I
cuJjiiry pfopl or laboring class- Pain Balm. This liniment reduces inflammation I I j I property,
has awoke to the dawn and revile of !
cbi...7. are cry much mixed asbt.tWerti and soreness so that a j i SEE OR WRITE TOJ. .
he vthiu and colored races. sprain may be cured it ahout one- i a new heaven and a new earth and
: third the time required by the usual we know it is all brighter and better 1! I !i I
tbo tKKia. distinction between the two reatment. For sale by all druggists. J. 11. lIVIHGXI0N S SONS N NI
iwtug t. ty ludisitnct, however ,I for him: yet memory's tear recalls to..i
thcre'l NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION us the tender lines: is the Best
are Uiu t' argue of a dividing ijeol Estate Dealers Atro
!utt-u I tin t\\u now than 1 noticed ,
, I
t. Department of the" Interior, "Oh for the touch of a vanished hand of All
)t'lfll ""; Ab a whole, they have but I Land Office at Gainesville Fla., i Ocala, Florida
And the sound of a voice that is still."
little lo.t- fur American, especiallythe November 2. 1907. j I,
Notice is hereby civen that Rufus I I
-- -- --- -
-- -- -
b'iu;& i-.t-uient.; This is due some-
whit' '.> UK fact thai neither of tbegouruu.vuia F. White of Sparr, Fla.. has filed notice "T. J. CURETON. i JJ. R. Moorhead, D. S. WoodrOw,. There are many mail order whiskies on the nurket. Some
of his intention to make final fivee "Captain Co. B, 26th Regt, N. C. President. Secretary. gooo-some olherwi l'. We are probably the only whiskeydis:
intervention has
of the
',r proof in support of his claim I
I > Troops. U. S. A. B. J, Potter Gen. Mgr. : tillers who make a specialty and a study of medicinal whiskies.
gut-u the ut-gro what he considers I viz: Homestead entry No. 31,215 1 I II ,
hi. rtt t This also true 'I half of northeast quarter section 22, I Builders of i Afro is Use name we have given our high-grade corn or rTe
the "rlUu'ut. was
IU\ township 13, south, range: 22, east A Significant Prayer CEMENT SIDEWALKS : whiskey made by the "Primitive Method," and of Lbt"alma administration hencetbu and that said proof will be made be- "May the Lord help you make Buck- :
and for invalid
i mended and
prescribed by physicians specialists
iu-i u-\olution. fore Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala len's Arnica Salve known to all" Dealers In
The lagoon census" of the population Fla., on December 11 ,19+)7. writes J. G. Jenkins of Chapel Hill I LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers I and convalescents.
He: names the following witnessesto I N. C. "It quickly took the pain out i of I
o. now being taken and when [ I I
prove his continuous residence:: up lof a felon for me and cured it in a
rutupli (t.-d they anticipate what is (jOll. and cultivation of. the land viz: I wonderfully short time." Best on i' CONCRETE BLOCKS I II' I Atro Rye or Corn is Express Prepaid 1
rtud tin- provincial elections and I James Harvey of Sparr Fla. earth for sores burns and wounds. I' PAVING MATERIAL I'I'I
Ed Vaughn of Sparr. Fla. I 25c. at Tydins & Co's. drugstore x FENCE POSTS Etc. Southern Express Lines
the) "I i!I ,''''ttmbly IK- held about the I I on

tr) .t or midrits of April next In them I Joseph bnihaip Smith Howell of Sparr of Sparr., Fla.Fla. 1- NOTICE TO NON-RESIOENTS- i i! Estimates and plans furnished and I I
they t'j.! i tbe provincial governors HENRY S. CHUBB: I contracts
t..UiUI" >: the tou.aud cities, chiefsof I 11-S.. Register. |i P. 0. Box 956 Ocala, Florida I
I i I All persons not residents of Marion Four Full Quarts S3.40

p'l,, t'tc If they set through NOTICE I county, Florida, will take notice that FOR SALE-440 acres of land. Apply \

with three without( another revolution }i the: law against hunting by nonresidents -! or write P. A. Liddoll, Santos Shipment assorted as you like

thou t'tlluxs the gfueral, or presidential To All Whom it May Concern: j i will be strictly enforced. Application -I Fla. 10-ll-5tw I

t..itiuu, Just what the results, Be it truly known this day, A. D. for permits may be made to j I
tuUu" uquttt.u.), these! elections will be is a : October 22, 1907: To all law abidingand S. T. Sistrunk, clerk of the circuit Read Red Saunders. This whiskey possesses a rare and delicate aroma and a.
can even surmise. ; I exquisite bouquet. It is rich in nourishment and tissue IMuIdiJrg
no one
Christian citizens; to all nations; court in Ocala. Fla.
the outlook NOTICE properties, and acceptable to weak and delicate stomach
Thr will bv from present
to all secret societies, etc.. that the ll-8-5t. C. J. McCRANEY, I
'tins- parties in the light, and asart dastardly false report now in circula- Game Warden Marion Co., Fla.
a- out t'ue: two that are defeated ) Nobles Croom i Notice is hereby given that the following -
ton against Mr. ( ,
will\! 4',.i-: u 10 rovolutAbout the untrue I have STOLEN From my place about inspectors have been appointed "Ask the Revenue Officer"Every
Fla.) i* entirely as Xo\'em.1 I
MI!) ff.tenoe that I can see in the I, proven by a reliable source that Mr.Brvant October 10, ten to twenty head of to serve at special election i

I.olut al situation here and the goats marked crop and underbit in ; ber 29, 19<"i7, Martel Special Tax Road I
Nobles is in every way a very to and ur ..
shipment guaranteed please satiety y
Jt II.1t.-> up to ..$.C, is that south-I! respectable gentleman and this false each ear. Liberal reward for information : District, viz: H. L. Seckinger Arthur II III refunded promptly. F

''ij4eattt! [ arus here are net willing to 'I report is only talked by people who i I leading to their recovery. G. I Gallipeau, H. W. Long.
and wait untilthe Hammond Williston Fla. ll-15-2t. Witness hand and seal of of- t
lake ''Mr l: medicine I are enemies of my husband, and who IE. I my

u< x1 oij>ortuuiiy to get back at I I do not know what they are talking i fice.

the Li'', fallow, asH' did during ,about. and I do object: to anyone taking In after years will tne people referto i I f November 9, 1807.( .

{ those trying days but rather preferto i ii : allY further notice of this false 1907 as the year of the Roosevelt i (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK.tw. ,
g,1 mountains and oat the' panic?-Apalachicola Times. ::! Clerk Ed. Co. Comm'rs. i
repeat a* It has been proven entirely
i other fdlu. ,' hogs and cows while te I Re M. Rose Co.
: I false. Hoping this will b* final and Administrator's Notice of Final Dis- I Ii
t'flJU'IIlU'; "llu1l! of 0:! l'.... You o.u all citl'Ms will Mieve me. I am charge. NOTICE !
l rtadi.v: tho uncertainty of thins i --- I I
std II
Notice is hereby given that on the
mid realize when or where j Notice is hereby given that the fol-
caver MRS. IDA B. NOBLES.NOTICE 19th day of August A. D., 190S, the i \ Jacksonville, Fla.
the : to lowing inspectors have been appoint-
In.tJle\ltI going pop. :
Administrator of the
--- undersigned estate -
The Mugoon government is doing 1! ed to serve at special election November -

.. .11 It consulntly eau to ImIrOthe of Henry T. Spooner, deceased, [ 29, 1907. Cotton Plant Special Tax '| Atlanta, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn.
will present to the Hon. Joseph Bell
; conditions, t pending large sums of The hunting season opened November Road District vizJ. F. Parker C. R. ,
County Judge of Marion county Florida I I
"- money for the betterment of not only 1, and closes on the 1st: of Febru- Veal C. W. Miller. !
my final account as administrator
.ofJ the larger but as well the smaller ary for deer am* on the 1st of Marchfor Witness my hand and seal of of- |
of said estate.
F town* and the public roads (where quail and turkey. All parties will
Stanton Florida, September 5, 1907 fice.November Order from
*Jfc>$t Deeded), thereby putting thous- be governed accordingly. HENRY G. SPOONER, 9, 1907. I nearest pointt

and of dollars In reach of the labor- ll-8-5tw C. J. McCRANEY, (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK,
As administrator of the estate of !
Ins class, who depend entirely on Game Warden, Marion Co., Fla. 2tw. Clerk Bd. Co. Comm'rs.
s Henry T. Spooner, deceased. 9-6-6m i


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iti I I I er of the mix got on a bender r*vi i-. I : "

everybody o2 by mistake. You cu ct la the cabin and cake roses bloomright I
I II II I I hardly imagine how this !Mre!'ed u* ia the niddle of the floor. Whit

I things. There' aia't nobody; I less l lcel'! be was stsglaj; his little song you .

I to play lame duck than me. but tliero could tee 'era and smell 'en. lie coc.d /k

[ was 20 dodcing the hospitality. The talk a biiowbank off a high divide in .G ti f
Red Saunders I only idea prevailing! wa. to be rid of the middle of February. Never see T

II the money as soon as possible. The anybody with such a medicine tougrie theMr.

; effects showed right off. You could and la a, bi# can it was all the stnLger. ,

By II I hear one nan telling the folks! for 'Now. he winds cp, 'as for cheating .
t .
f_ HENRY WALLACE PHILLIPS. e.ir o JrCAl. .au that felkr, you ought to know ue ,
I II MIT,T--T hirer wLecTe feTr;;! !likeswo'n ItY4
I anQ letter, Red. Why, I'll give him n.y a
I : !: ? his banks !it was time forI note. %

Ct>p>rtLt: 1302. h.. M'-Cicre. PLjlIipoJo & : I parwho: couldn't e;;tim to hunt 'I1' PiJNt : yi v
(,ompar.y. "So, :anyhow: I dose it. I>! the
th'Lih: bI' nd. while the ceatlemaa ed
street we went, steer bawLi.!: : .::. i
on 'be! next cornert) u know: that he .., Pal
back Jumjila! ?, cay fcair a-yt.r: and r i//tp" "Vl'
was a loconotlve carryic 300 jK-xjndfl
as busy as tie ltte tie you read a:O\.'-'
of steam with the gauge still climbing I r
: (Continued fro mast week.) end the blower on. When he whistledj keeping that steer underneath m? Rock
i 'stead cf on top of wi:. where! be'J universal testimony Red w
'ir,u caie tiouutless Ua attractedto j j three times, he !said!< any intelligent: ; By .
rather be. and after us the \\"h.:1:
our Miai: but t, -wir.g city from the man '.M Hi id kau\v that there wj.s danger awardedthe
town. whoo :if. !iin':: off ; has been
reprtwliic!, :!r** happily true-of the ar'Jtllld. ;' y- crackia' Fruit Punch pet

lneIbau ctiblp! L !:(rl l walib of the "Well sir I put the Old Missouri fi2 shooter a_.l <'arr...Il' on wild. It assures distinctiveness -I.
"Then b ,i.ll 2.;; and das palm of unqualified superiority.
\;e ; was as g"-> .
sutTHunjing reiH' say h?. nin.r to bed that night ..n1 he'd flattener in accordance ,
be prepared
: anybody. But it dida't last kcr functions and should
all social
'SH-o-a.t ez. c th: saj-s I; 'hut I out to a very small streamlet! indeed success to ,
want to bear'something! ;;: about : while the locomotive went lame The tin horns come out after pay Cav with the following: l ab1.he
like after .
hoptruds rain. Tw "l
a rand
nines.:: Mr. noteiinan! there iwht'i before supper and had to be put ia FORMULAQuantity
puzzle tie government at Washi:_.>n
gentleman of the oldcluo! if ever the roundhouse by a couple <>f pushers.Thlt's I
to know where they hang out in TLe Sufficient for Twenty-Five Guests)
there lived onetold me that! you ial l1: (
the way with fine !dt'a;. Cold 1 PINEAPPLE
meantime. There was one la 1 bad .. LE IOXS.
sood thin: I 8 ORANGES (>
put me 011 to a : ? facts comes and puts, a crimp in them '
." : face on him with about as n'uch expression GINGER ALE .
F"r''' ,". sacs he. 'Now. .>-:r. rr.. Onf-e I knew a small feller I could 4 QUARTS RED ROCK

name i:< Joaes-.\;lI:1emnm 0. Jr, es- han stuck! ia my pocket and forgot I as a hotel punkin p.e. II.- 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES

aDd my parda.T. Mr. H. Smith. is (,!"- about but w !hen we went out and took I run an :lTQgame., and he talk1right fine cover with sugar,
a tm,>ine>s trip, selling shares: of .'irmine te\er.l! prescip'l'jn tugether on a day I straizht along in a voice that L.:J Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple tt
to more bends In it than a bL.urd:: cut allow for out the juice and add to this juice the
v,hih we have called "T"i: >- te spoke to ue like: this. 'Bed.' says'I to stand 3 hours press ebas

JTrea::ury" from reasons which we can !k. *!,l1t your !little hand in mine anJ 'Here's where you get your thrt for one child do it
any may no
make obvious investor. ThtEbares.
to any .:e'l1! go and take a Mrdseye view of '
Yr.- I to lose make your bets while the arrow : r quarts of Red Rock.
the universe.stQnihb'; idea
wasp'j of fortune swings a!! gents ac- ,
'o :
, 'Saunders-fled Saunders-ChantaBeecnee It? And him not weighing: over a hundred
commodkted in amounts from two bits I'
) lied? pound. Ilowsomever, he didn't I p.. -............ '--u..J
'Mr. Saunders, are :30 cents apiece. take any birtseye view of the universe to double' eagles and bets pail on the J JI butors, Ocaia Fla. A. BR \VNUR ., Wholesale! DiStriT

which price is really only put ui'on lie only become strikingly indlspofed. I nail, says be. i, ._ .
'Red, says Aggy, 'I can double our ___ __- --- .-- -
!t them to void the offensive: attitude i ---- - ------ -- x

dealing them out as charity. AC a "Well to get back to Boise, you pile right here. Let me have' the 'i' '.. -. I : .!vo tHe: cut around one eoru I For State ProhibitionIt I !ing !in their mMht and crying 1 It .\ .

. matter of fat this mine of ours contains never in all your life saw so many money. believe I know it but this I dug game.up. Youdhardly 'Dou-| I' : .. >: .:. "-."UiiUin so that for the I begins to look very much as (I with the monster." By the nri, 'I./ .

a store of gold which would up- men and brothers as was gathered ble or quits?' says he to the dealer. I !' '.Ait sen nd I've lived through my ,though the entire state will join the next legislature meets there 1.1 1 "

t ff-l the commercial world were the there that day. and old Aggy, he was ''Let her go; says the dealer. The I '':-t UMt hung over about: a thousandf ,prohibition; column. This is an age but few counties U-tf wet. and I IT t
bare facts of Its extent known. Thereto one of the centers of attraction. That I .._: uf :"rebh air. I'd have had time .
arrow swung around.luits, says the ; of advancement, and the laws of the be an easy task to
neither sense nor amusement in big; voice and black beard was away' to v.rke wil! before I touched
I my bot-j j i
I | dealer and raked in my dough. It was country have been so badly abused plexion.-Fort Myers, Pros
confining such enormous treasure In ,'
I where the crowd was thickest and t'l :f v.; gone over. I don't know I
th'l all
the bands of two tl'!e. Continent | wet goods flowing the freest over in one second. t r.* I tamed pale but my hair ain't by many of the liquor dealers that it

ly my partner and I are presenting aa i men.' says he, let' lift up ocr voices "I grabbed Aggy by the shoulder I !been of the same rosy complexion ,I i is no wonder that the people! are ns- I Read Red Saunders. 4 eraII
and took him ia the for
corner a private
interest: to the public, putting the nominal !In melody! That was one of Ag's de- I -ii.ee. I .
talk.! 'I thought knew this .
figure of ;5o cents share it you I ------ -
a upon lesions -he thought he could sin So 'Wei! in -d .
; :
Apgy a
says surpri ,
r gamer says I. i "64.0 4 J vOOMt1aA "6 i 1'0J74.'.'+.Ir.44'...eN.''
to save the feelings of our beneficta'What four of 'em got on top of a billiard I'II tone of voice whn we pot all four j : ..
: 'I do: says he. 'That's the way It' ; .
t rlca. table and presented 'Rocked In the wheels on the ground again. 'Here we : ; .
I always hapr na. And once more lu f WANT BIG T Li! !! IDEAL
the devil do I care? says I. Cradle of the Deep to tte company my life I experienced the peculiar feeling are:? says he 'Who'd have sugpecte.l'It's : CfOPS? FERT1LIZE1 ..' .
I'm looking for a chance to dig. Could which made me feel 1 glad that I hadn't I I I thought: he was going to take!' :
of toeing altogether at a loss for :
you tell a man here to goT been brought up that way. After Ac I words. the short cut down to the creek.' i i"The !i .. OUR BOOKS{ WILL TELL YOU t;

': 'Oh,' says h % 'when you come to I had hip hiked the last low note another I driver turned round with one I i
: I at Tve o
I 'Aggy. says last pot: a
that that's different. Strictly speaking son_ bird volunteered. i corner of his li; b'lited-tl dead ringer | J 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES" com-;'IRISH POTATOES"-Book .at
good notion to lay two violent handson e
J my partner fly hasn't gone o.*: I "This was a little fat Dutchman you and wind you up like an eight of a wean man. Says he tog piece manual on Florida crops. j "Soil, Seed Planting and Culttv f
f tar a business trip. As a matter of with pale blue and a mustache I I
eyes: day clock but rather than make hard 'Yer a funny bloke ain't! yer? lion, Effect of FerUllwn? Dlutac
fact he left town night before las like two streaks of darning cotton i ;
feelings between friends I'll refrain. 'Why. says Ag. 'tuat's for you to "FLORIDA ORANGES"-Book of and Shipping." ,
r with tw -thrd.i of the money we'd lie bad come to town to sell a pair of say wouldn't look well coining from I
Besides that'ssure. :j special interest to
you are a funny cuss, orange grow- "PINEAPPLE FERTILlllJIIOaters. k
lulled out of a pocket up on Silver! beef: steers, but got drawn Into the me-but if you press me I'll adui.t: I f
One thing: boy, you can mark .
reek in the company of two half general hilarity and now he didn't down. We leave here tomorrow morn- rive; birth to a little gem now an.11 > special interest to p4aspN "
tnt-d lajuu, a Chinaman and four care a cuss whether h1 she or it ever then: growers

more was of puns not classified a.l: sold another steer. HP got himself on Ing." 'All right' Ag. 'This sportinglife "Our bold buck puts oa a great \ "FLORIDA STR.tWBERRIES"-1DEAL( )'ERfiILIZU"- >wectoklet i.
in such a state of beastly intoxication end and sane 'Lw b Fadderlont mox- is the very devil. I like outdoor swagger. 'Well yer needn't be funny : on "Soil, Varieties Cul all of our different braada. aaaJy
that their purpose, route and destination true eckstela! in a style that made I .
you as well as the next man, when I get la this w'on: says he."l'he pair: of : tivation and Fertilization. sea prices, etc. .
are matters of the wildest con wonder that the human: nose could I there." yer spongia' a ride: Yer needn't be

jt:cture. I've been laying aronnd town stand the strata. "So tie morrow morning gay. Y r hear me, ion't cher? t j New and revised edition of the above jut pubinhed! free for u%tll<<. .
Lore hating myself to death, thinking 'A'W, cheese that! says! a feller went All away we 'Why, I hear you aq plain as taouch -- .
we had for kit the
perhaps I could sell some shares in amine near the door. "Come, get your steer; picks shovels and pans. The was rest of you set right next me,' saysz.: Now, :! WilSON/ & TOOMER FERILTIZER I GOMPANJACKSONVILLE. / E
that we'll find yet, if we havesw one of 'em's just chasM the barter upa our belongings was staying with the you listen and see if I'm audible at the $

>l luck. If you want to go wildcatting telegraph pole! botel man until we made a rise tame range. You're a biased chump:' FLA. /
over the hills and far away "So then -we all piled out into tte he roars In a tune of voice! that would

.;r' rm your buckle berry.' street to see the steers. Sure enouzh A"Ag hundred said he'd and te fifty cussed miles if he'd of walk 6trol! have carried forty mile. 'Dil you hear .........4................ -.......................... 1

"That hits me all right,' says I. there was the barber sitting on the was too that. Ked'-* he asks very !rn.'cent I '
'For what I don't know about mining cro piece! and the steer pawing dirt many. was K-J hot at the driver" sa.--th4> 1
'But we ala't cent to the ; I 1
pay J
noludy don't know. When do we underneath. stage fare: says I. cussed low downness: of d',!:g fellera ..r ,. ..-
start "Tie done made me come a fast II'I
"Borrow it of Uncle Hotel-keep,1 favor and then having it at him-
This or any other minute,' says be, heat from de corner' says the barber.'I says he. that you could have lit a match on me John }I. Graham W. 1. ir.flam! 1J
getting from the table. kep' holleria "Nextr: but he ain't
np 'Not by a town site,' says L 'We anywheres but to vive me I couldn't
Walt till I finish up these eggs,' pay no 'te.'lt1on-he make it "next" fur owe bUn all we're going to at this help! laughing; ; -Ag had the comicnlest GR&H11M BROTHERS
uys I. 'And there's a matter of on > shuah! Yah, yah, yah! You cents minute. You'll way! ,
eoiler very have to hoof It
drink coming to me outside. I may a seen me start at de bottom an' that* all* "At that the driver -gla3 to larrup ,
veil put that where It wont harm slide all de way up dis yer telegnft 'I tell the bo *.g. I ain't the kind to feel Marion County Abstract Company.
I you I won't I don't like to I
any one el e before we start pole.. : have anybody walk on ciy feet, not faint when a cayuse pets what's comIsfr 1it 1-
'All rt;ht.' says he, waving his "One of the bull whackers went out even myself. I can stand off that : to him for raising the devil but : Fire Insurance

hand. 'You'll find me outside, at your to rope the steers, and Ag gave directions stare driver PO easy that you'll won- to see that lad whale his team because: ,
IIl'1suresir..' from the sidewalk. lIe wasn't there wasn't nothing else he dared hitt -
der I don't take It
as a profession. on City
up Property
"I 8waerk.-d! the rest of my breakfast very handy with a riata and thafa a Now, don't raise any more obJt.'Ctionjplease ; me on my hind legs. I nestled 'l.of. Farms) end Fern) Lands for Sole

whole l and hustled out t.) the bar fart but the way Ag lit Into him was don't' says he. 'I can't tell one hand In his hair end twisted his I : Investments .J t-,

where my friend and the bowl man scandalous. When he'd misled about you how nervous you make me, always ugly mt:; hack i NO. MAGNOLIA ST. '
was waltins. Now I'll take that drink sis: : casts of his rope Ag opened up on finding some fault with everything 'Quit that! says I. I Ol ,\ 1."LIIIUfl.l \ 1

that' oomiii: and rather than be him:" ": . I try to din That's no way for a 'You let me be-I aIn't hurting yn-i' ,,

small about it I'll buy one for you I 'Put a stamp on it and send it to hired man to act: let alone a pardner.' he hollers. ,,,-... -"----- -.w.. .. .l.lI .la \
too end then we're off,' says It him by mail,' saidW in his sour- "So of course Le got the test of me. 'That ain't to say I won't be hurt- ._ ,

s* ') \"uu vou't do no such.! Inias,' siyJw castle way..dtlr s it, "I:iy Steer, as usual, and: we elicited! into the la? you M-on.' says I. 'You put the 4 ........................ ...... ;t
hotel rflo' D. !t.n horse oa u.e. middle of Main street, Boise, Ida. If stage when !she come alon Now bud on thin horse again and I'll b'.td i .................. ;1 1t

and I'll supply tie li.jucr. Mr. Jones. Lot delivered vithin ten days hturnto our bad luck seemed: to hold, because the spine or your beck up through the .J

l \1 In the phi! .' a:> much as anylxly. IJ* 'ner who ran use it to hang Lirr.self. :- you wouldn't find many men in that top of y ur head till it stands out likea t

.f i **F) '' l\vl\ : IBM set 'em u;>. ar.J ." T.iast m/ hide if I couldn't country who wouldn't stake two fellers -I flags-taff. Just one more touch and Adding( Hew Accounts !

,... tta'd n'.-.!. 't a drink puffer fromloaraoi. to the < ;1tf:1"11.' well, well: How wanted to go and be pleasant aboutit "lie didn't open his mouth again tm!! I b i
,.. r.ijpa yetvaon he had tLejtrlce. :ai:.:y left hinds have yu pot an.- I'd have sure Teen that the man we cou.e to the river. Then be pulledup. We "

and that run,I&. two drinks T boy;: Do !it up in a wad and heave it got paid, even If Aggy forgot it, but 'This is aliont as far as> I carp are constantly adding new accounts i'

Lad to ur>b"i l the honor of the nine!:, at .ii!!! fur .'nl'r-.11 results. lie mUht the man that drove us was the surliest to carry you two fronts for nothin'.'. he

wad that i'':ve' thr?. drinks. lie'-! 4 'i tung'd: in It.' brute that ever growled. .When says. 'Of course you're two to one and our business is increasing ata ,">

than sail It was up sti'ls no.:. and "it rattled! the !bull whacker, having you'd speak to him he'd say, 'Coh'-a and I can't do nothing if you see fit to

hi* meant to pay his just debts Ute na M> in':,'h :Ttcn'on drawn to him am. style of thin.: that didn't po well in I Lull!] tie: tJI.! ,:: through. Cut I'll Fay very satisfactory rate. t

honest iii.ii and that made four he !stepe'! oa the rope and twisted: that part of the (foimm I kept my i tLS! if t'it hfrne or both of you rooati Possibly you also .";'

drinks. Thou .To' 's said-wel'this! biiiiself up In it and: was flying: light m..uth !shut as kn ,\\ III;; that I didn't;i i er* 1m, i: >t the! least smell of a gentle might be glad

I time I see: i f't du't have hurriedtreakfast eeuerally.! have the come-up with weighed on my i ii ii I 1 .! i.v. at..,i.t him he won't have to If to join us. # i.l
so much. More peo'!lf came 'Say: says Ag, appealing to the .i''l] j I.;'' 'ompimy ain't wanted twice'

In. I wok up the next morning in crowd, 'won't some kind friend who s i "\"-''. ii:,nd you. Ag and me dda't -. .lt

the same old bcdrcxjm. Every l l'1'1'ak'i fond of puzzles go down and help: that h.r, t1' 1::t-t cussed thing-not grub '

fast Ajrsy and me got ready to pull gentleman do himself! ?' S 7 i I :,. ,r !''!..a't-t>> nor gun nor nothing, and} I I -1

i i for the mines! and every mornIng! I I "That made the whacker mad. He i i ti: .i'K l feller well knew. \! COMMERCIAL BANK'OCALA ; J .1

;' woke up in the bedroom. I should. was as red in the> face as a lobster. i 'Il'-il: ,' 'ays ARzy. what do you say J ,

like to draw a veil over the next: two I 'You come> down and show what to pullinc! this; thing apart and seeing i'I

weeks, but it would have to be a you can do,' says he. 'You've got 1 gay II what rii.; !:t'!' it act so? : FL6. I

retty strong veil to hold it I tried enough for a balloon ascension, bw 'No.: sacs I, 'don't touch It-I if L44............."... .
,, to keep level with Asrgy, but ht'\l. that may te all there I is to you.' I J I might! l tie c-itfbinjr.: Now, you whelp' 444 t..v..............

spend three dollars to my one, and the '"Oh, I ain't &o much,' says APKJ : say I to the driver 'you tell tw If

; consequence of that was that we went 'although I'm as good a man today a:' I there's a place where we can gPt anything -- ----- ---- .-- -- ---
f broke within fifteen minutes of each ever I vas ia my life, but I have a lit I t I to *-at around here? We'd ex-

other. tie friend here who can rope, down t I pectwl to ?"> hungry until we hit thoj

; "Well. sIr we were a mournful pair anJ ri:!e that critter from here to th<- j I romp -'t11" forty miles farther 'Sold by KNIGHT

to draw to that day. We sat there brick front ia Eye minutes; by t-! +!' where we knew tbere'd be plenty Qn'l LANG OcalaFlafdoi

r and ("us\l: and said, 'Now why didn't ".':::dl. and if you've got a twenty-ir. i anybody that wanted it. ,

we do this that and t'other thin !n t1'aar! :: I ;ill: in your pocket or its eqahuleut r I, "Y"52,' says he. 'There's a man run see these words on nearly every
i ftrad of blowins our hard earned : in dust you can observe the ex i nine! ; a shack to mile up the: river.' and the same could, be said of wagon that drives by your

l drtusxb?* till bimeby we just dripped porlnient.' I I 'All! nrf-t!: ,' says I. 'Drive on. There must be a reason for this-and Carriages, Buggies and Harnen.

1D'l.ancholou might ay. How 'r!] go you by goshT: says the br.: You've placed us as dirty a trick as began dOing. business with the there is-a good one: When we), ,,,

somever, we weren't booked for a dull whacker, slapping his bat on th I one man ran play another. It we ever handle only a line of goods people of this vicinity we decided to' *'
that .
1 time Just yet That afternoon there !ground and dUging: for his pile. I get a chKh on you, you can expectwe'll IS apparent already.. would need no apology The result I:

I was a great popping of whips like an 'Say. if you're referring; to mtAg. : ,s I pull her till the latigoes! snap. the Shears, Sawbuck We reasoned that we could' not afford to handle
Jnjua skrnii>h and Into town ("oniesa ,' I says 'It's kind of a udll,111 1t 1 i I "lie kept but till he got across th'rriver & Co.'s, order
as we 'L" of
must quality goodS,
f bull train half a mile 101?. Twelve spring. I ain't what you might call ir 1 j where he felt safe. do business with

J joke of bulls to the team: lead swing: training: and that steer is full of triple: 5 1 ,- | 'It's all right about that ciarhr: he thousand miles distant .Our lines neighbors have' and not with customers a .

: and trail wagons fur each, as bi;?: a51 extract: of giant powder. I hollers! back, prinninsr! 'Only wait till been carefully selected. Our

houses on whf't.!... You don't see the 'G'wan! says A?. 'You can do it- you get ityer- suckers! Spori f-s! WHITE HICKORY
like of that in this country. Down and then we're twenty-five ahead.' Heat! Deadheads! YahT! FARM AND TURPENTINE

the street they come, the dust lacing. But suppose we l lose?' "Well, a man can't catch a team of
whips cracking and the lads hollering 'Well It won't te such an awful 1 horses, and that's all there is abort '1 WAGONS '

'Whoa haw Mary-up there! Wherp! loss It, but I want to tell you he was on the are built and sold on honor. )

Whoa haw!" 'Now, you look here Agamemnon 1"I anxious set; for a quarter of a mile. We carry a full line of

,I HAnd those fellers bad picked up O. Jones,* says I, 1 ain't going t I We tried bard.
fry throats In stand for i kl t you 1 tawi't. / don't lite to kaveanybody "When we got back to EVERYTyIHQ IN VEHICLES
walking the dust; also putting up a summer breezu1tgln I where w' AND ACCESSORIES
They had a month's wages aching infJJ that feller's good dough. Thai uaUc oa my Jtet started and could breathe again, tte We have HARNESS for
thttr pockets. We hadn't much more' a skin game, to speak it pleasantly.1 spirits but Aggy gave bim the jolly i held a council of war. driver. See us for the FlorIda mule as well as for the $1000
got the thump of tbeir arrival out of "Then Aggy argues the case with He only meant it in fun, and there was. sow, Agify,' BaYs I. Wre dumped strive I to anything |In our lines and We
oar ears when who comes roaring Int me, and when Aggy started to argueyou plenty of reason for It, too, for you I II I What shall we dorContinued please you and "make 90 od" assure you that we will

town but the Bengal Tiger "tang; aod might just as well 'moo' and chase never seen such a game of driving as ( Next Week.) Yours very truly I .

I! they had fcff- -norths'jt" gq _TLeowo-_ ...t.a Baif i*>... the corral, because he'd that.feller put up in all your life. The I I KNIGHT & LANG. \ .




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-;: HILBUKN'S .TATIMINTa tryot1le.scopycUtthth. or no tell how food its streets were other locality la the city; that priorto Msrvelews Frehlbitlen Prezess Resolutions Adopted by the T. O. A.Following .

iUCCII&FULLY" -- REFUTED Baaner. ei 'bow progressive we are. The the wet and dry election, the city To the Editor Ocala Banner: are the resolutions adopt

Now. Mr. VTarricfc Foaxter. do yo* streets are la bad coadltioa but yomost of Palatka had continually a large Alabama is now the storm' center ed at the annual conveation of the

Tbe foUoflag article appeared. lathe really tfcl&k thta you mecfta&fuUy refuted recollect that we have been dry crew of priaonesr working on the so tar aa uU- 1oou movement are Turpentine Operators' Association:

Weklyy Star of November 1: my statements Let ta see oaly a little over one month and have streets for violations of the city or. conversed. In proof of this fact letme "B olved. That the chairman of

about It Yea rally 414 at attempt aot had time to pare It since the dlnaac, hot since the cooaty went recall to the minds of your readers this association appoint a committeeof
Mr. Hllkorn't ttaUmaMa tutoeaa-
to refute bet a few of ay statements
fully RefvUdla and la each of UMM.. attempts I want much of aa "dry people." The liquor ; that It does not require onethirdof I published a brief statement in your means committee of this association

I th. OcaU Banner under date of to demonstrate to you that yea were trifle has had fall sway here ever the service of the police force paper to the effect that on July 1 to devise and prepare a plan of financing

October 23rd, appears an article signal wild and misstated the fact*. Tour elate there was a towa here, and If since the oon&ty went dry to preserve there were bnt 20 counties In the i and handling the naval stores Industry
. statement that the statements in my this traffic brings prosperity and creates order and protect the city u it did state entirely free, from saloons. while represented by this association .
Honorable fl. J. Uilburn of
by the article are xtotaiac more than a "stu wealth, our streets should have prior thereto. P. M. HAGAN, at the time of my former article 32 and to submit the results of

Palatka. The reaull of a personal In- pendous mass of absurdities" and been. pared long ago. Which Is responsible Chief of Police were lined up on the dry side. With their deliberations to members of this

UlgAtlon of tie present 'altuatiODaiD that only one of my statements'"con- for- the bad streets-the In. the last month the prohibitionists association for approval with powerto

Palatla intarlally shows his statements talus one Iota of troth does not argue wet or the dry? "It is morn, Mr. War ,Proneuncee Fourier's Statement have won victory: after victory, encountering inaugurate such plan as may be devised

to be nothing more than a stnpvndoud anything. Any man who Lad no rick Pourter, it is morn; wake uy." False no defeats, so that now and recommended by the committee -
Palatka, Fla., Nov. 5, 1907. the number of counties la 41 almost !-
% mas of ab>>urdiUe8. regard for the truth could say that; Another one of your misstatements: dry when approved by the members
To Whom It May Concern: two-thirds of the entire numberin "
of this
of the association.
You interviewed one
reckless assertions
He kays, "Tbur has been no slump but to meet these say you
I have read the statement, signedby the state Think of an increase of
of this -
in real ettate values since the county i I have a statement from our county most prominent lawyers city
them relative to the statements which appeared Warrick Pourter, appearing in the more than 100 per cent in the number "Whereas, there are 33 1-3 per cent.
went dry and that he has been unable and city officials duly signed by ,
in in the article published In the Ocala Weekly Star, Friday, Nov. 1, of dry counties in the brief period more boxes now cut than can be
to any property at a discount stating that the statements my article -
fcince procure the election. This may are true. Could you get suchan "Star" of October 11, and he said that 1907, wherein It is stated that this of about four months. The majorities worked, and whereas, there is no more

contained thereinwas boat did not bring one-third of the against the saloons are usually labor in prospect than that already
IMS true. but .U it 1s, it only signifies endorsement of your statements? every statement
number of passengers since liquor overwhelming. Lee county gave a employed, and whereas the working;
without single exception.
that LJ is Jaable to pay for it and Do you know of anyone who would true, a
since I have seen all the lawyers of this was voted out In this county. This majority of about five to one, Cal- conditions are such that we are operating -
ho can't get jt on the Installment plan vouch for your veracity, you
statement is false. houn at a loss, therefore be it
and denies having a majority for prohibition of ,
tH-ca\l" it i is ct-rtalnly there. I was came Into prominence through your city, everyone
i gentlemanwho article? made the statement. I thought that I am the owner and manager of this about eight to one, Etowah about "Resolved, That the Turpentine Op.erators'
informed by a
made statement boat. The county went dry September four to one, while the largest countyin Association recommend to all
informed it lawyer
brick block on Lemon You say you were verbally any any
owns excellent a piece of property by a gentleman who owns a brick against the dry cause, it might be Mr. 30, and there has been no fallingoff the state, containing the great city operators a reduction of 75 per cent.

street an of my business. This boat did a of of the box-cut as made in 1906-07.
Marshall for the Birmingham, gave a majority for
John E. attorney
In the heart of the city if it has one block on Lemon street that positively
better business in October that she prohibition of 1797. "Resolved, That the turpentine
him about
would have refused would have refused $15,000 for liquor men, and I asked
that be
that did in September. She has also donea Florida will have to hustle to keepup pay no accounts of hands, nor
and to- He said that it was not true, and
l5.fiO for It before the election, it before the county went dry, .
better business this last October with her sister state. advance any money to labor.
it is for Bale at a discountof day it is for sale at a discount of he never saw the article referred to,
.and ,
today than she did in October one ago. i "Resolved That the
true. year W. T. GARY. present practice -
1e and could not have said it was
Other business men convinced $&000. I notice you did not say I
I&HMI. business had dropped was ever offered that sum for it. and they tell me they made no such JOSEPH E. LUCAS, Ocala Fla., Nor. 12, 1907.A of employing recruiters be abolIshed -
that :
niH "
Owner of the Harry Lee. .
oter one-half, and that they were Why did you not mention his name? statement. Please tell which lawyer:

anxlou to dispose of their business Why did not you send him to me to you claim made this statement Don't MOTHER Card of Thanks
? Wake and tell Kendrick Fla. Nov. 11 "Reoslved, That we condemn in no
at a discount. Here Is an open field accept my standing proposition? you know his name up ,1907.
In the truth. Eo the Editor Ocala Banner: uncertain terms, the action of the
for Mr. Hilburn, and also, his $20uOuO There is no installment plan my "Servant of God, well done, American Naval Stores
would have I have the signed statement from Through the columns of your paperwe Company In
anxious to proposition, you
cltait, who are so Rest to thy soul's employ; their
chief of police that prior to the desire to thank kind friends and attempt to close Jacksonville
will.I I believe it is a cash proposition,
logical the
where no The battle fought, victory won, and Pensacola ..
election it required over one- neighbors for the great kindness as markets, thereby ,
stat- dry ,
Inteniewed official of the East and you know it. It is clearly so Enter thy Master's joy." ,
should third of the entire police force of this shown during the protracted illness of ; centralizing the distribution of our Ii _.
article. Why you
that ed in
who told me my
Palaika ferry Itoat, On the 10th daof November, 1907, "
statement of city at or near the saloons on upper my wife and our mother. I product at one point.
false deceptive
the make ,
1* did not bring over one-half a the spirit of Mrs. Mary Ellen Carrington -
Pourter? Are Lemon street, to give police protec- BEULAH CARRINGTOi.,
before this kind Mr.
he did ,
htttuU-r uf pasnen' ers as winged its flight to realms of
"Resolved That the Industrial Record ;
mental or tion, and that it was necessary to JAMES CARRINGTON, -
I also informed you suffering any March 12
the el.'Cfn.! was ternal rest. She was born ,
keep one or more policemen there all J. G. CARRINGTON.P. employ a competent market man,
ed an en.f.lo>'e of the Harry Lee, moral dibability that makes it impossible 1847 in New York City, N. Y. Thoughof who
shall devote his entire time to
the time and that three-fourths of
truth? If ;
for to tell the you
which runs from Palatka to Drayton you northern birth she was ever true
P. P. LIPPMAN'S GREAT REM securing and week
did all the crimes committed in this city publishing every
UlaiHl.tlut to did not bring over one- thought I was bluffing, why you to the southern cause. Her young EDYIs
for the
benefit of
committed there, directly trace- consumers as well
If it is were
third the number since liquor was not have my "bluff called? days were spent in foreign and American the greatest blood purifier in the as producers, the complete statistics

,'*w) ports, so the
call it. Now, really, the county went dry, there is a the of Scrofula in its worst
two days after the election.Mr. one is willing to Fla., in 1SC2, and from there to her cure
"Some Mr. Warrick Porteur, is not the name marked improvement, and this local form, Goitre, Hip Disease, Swelled in this country and abroad shall be
further says: home Ocala, where thirtynineyears
Ullburn near
Neck, Running Sores and Sores in correctly advised of conditions
H. ity is now as orderly as any localityin : as
being constructed of this gentleman Mr. Thomas has been in
her life
handsome residences are of spent the eyes.P. .
they actually exist.
since the county went dry." Keating, who has a saloon in Ocala, the city; that it does not require blessing her husband's life and rais- P. P. makes a sure and permanent -

I made a tour of the city, and was and who had one here? He is the only one-third of the service of the police ing her children to live earnest, cure.

resi- that I have heard of who pretends force since the county went dry, to Miss Ida Hastings, Savannah, Ga., "Resolved, That the thanks of the
unable to locate but four or five one Christian lives. Her life was spentin
police the city, as it did before. "It says she was suffering all the tortureof convention are hereby tendered to the
.t..nN- buildings u in the course of construction to have such property for nursing the sick, and many walks : a terrible case of scrofula, and no board of trade of Jacksonville for the
Mr. Warrick Pourter it is
is ;
and upon investigation I I called on him and told him I wouldpay morn, has she taken alone through the lone- relief could be obtained until P. P. use of its auditorium."

found that the permits for these invery him in cash every cent be paid morn; wake up. ly country roads to sit by the bedsideof P., Lippman's great remedy, was
Another one of your mistakes: You tried; the result was a complete cure.
for'this lie refused to accept -
.' Instance were let prior to the property. some sick friend and minister to
learned that several clerks. Sold by all druggists. 1 Will Oppose
election. lie again; says, that while it. He said he paid $9000. say you their comfort. Her trials in life have

the saloons were In operation, the told him I would take It at that price. had positively been laid off since the been many, but she bore them with Dave Davis, a hustling young real founded rumor has it that

: city bad an overwhelming gang of Now Mr. Warrick Pourter, you see election. I am unable to learn wherea the patience that only a Christian estate dealer, is looking after busi- Lake county will furnish a candidatefor

does not really single clerk has been laid off on account the office now held by Mr. Hollo-
convicts whose labor was used to that Mr. Keating mother could. For over thirty years ness interests in Ocala.-Tampa Evening -

beautify and otherwise Improve the want to sell. Had It ever occurred to of the county having gone dry, -l was a member of the M. E. News. way. Mr. Compton has long been a

Is simply tryingto except saloon clerks. If you know of potent factor In the educational life
Mr. Keating
streets, but now this gang is discontinued you church. Her happiest thought was i
the election. Mr. influence the people of Marion any, it is up to you to give their all membersand Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith are rejoicing of the state, and he possesses those
as a r')ult of I that her children were f1

Hllburn was nsver the author of a county: to stay wet, so he can continue names and places of employment. were endeavoring to promote the over the birth of a little girl. qualities necessary for the making of ;

You must Either give their names, or admit We the little will live successful state
wider statement than this, as it require his business there cause of Christ. Truly, mother's life hope lady longto a superintendent

look into those matters, or you that you were "just talking through gladden the household. Palatka Times-Herald.
no comment to convince any deeper has been a benediction to us, and the

Lone who has ever visited Palatka, and will make yourself look foolish to the your hat." "It is morn, Mr. Warrick" \bought of her absence here, but her
wake -- -- ---- --- --
viewed tho dilapidated condition of world. You see, Mr. Keating bought Pourter, it is morn; up. presence in a better home In heaven,
at $9000 when the coun- Now. Mr. Warrick Pourter, we appreciate SPEAKING OUT IN MEETING powerful, arrogant, conceited with a
Its streets. I venture the assertion this property we will ever seek to live so closelyo
your interest in our affairs, I AGAINST ROOSEVELTThe halo of heavenly Inspiration, a born
and wants more money
that the streets of Palatka are in a ty was wet, : her teachings that we may meet
has dry. out let us admonish you not to worryso leader, bound by no party ties, him
condition today than those of for it since the county gone where there is no parting. She had
worse here Is much about us. We feel that con- m-:::; I self the 'wrole thing,' in search of val
Warrick Porteur
any other city of the same size In the Now, Mr. been an invalid for seven months, but ,recent flurry in New
ditions here have really improved and iant deeds, claiming a supernaturalpower
if it has required another of your rank misstatements.You cheerful face and was showed
state of Florida and !lr presence York on what a slender I I
future is for If, to detect and and
interviewed an official that tbe bright us. uncover punish -
the labors of a great army of criminals said you ever a blessing to us. The last month thread our finances are based, and '
to keep them in their present of the East Palatka ferry boat, who however, we find that we are mistaken of her life was filled with great suffer- the of i 'the wealthy malefactor.
opened eyes a great many
to thedogs" I "Followed he thinks bthe
: aud that we are "going as
not bring over I
condition what will their future predicament -i told you that he I ing, and all that a faithful physicianand ple as to the real Roosevelt. In
number of as we will send for you. whole people, he is the most danger-
be? one-half the passengers loving friends could do could not
revelation they discover that he is
Very truly yours, :i ous foe to constitutional liberty that
election. Mr. E. N.
of the most prominent he did before the relieve her. She often spoke of
I interviewed one : made of the same clay as the balance I Ii
HILBURN. has existed in this
S. J. I ever country. The
Ia \;rs of that city relative to McNab Is the sole owner of this boat. dath and ever said she was ready i of us, and that his inordinate disposition -i financial calls for
panic an opinion as
the .tat"I04'nt8.which appeared in the Thre are no officials owning or oper- and wanted to go; that her work on to be officious and meddlesomeis i I
Mr. Hilburn's First Letter EndorsedWe I to how far 'my policies' are responsible -
article published in the Star of October ating it. It Is operated by Mr. earth was done, and told us all to the cause of the uncertain condi-
for it. He has been
1Mb and he said that every the county, at a fixed compensation. the undersigned officials of meet her "over there." In our sor- tion of things in all parts of the coun- i,I consciousthat
record of all Putnam county, and officials of the he was making a prodgiious stir,
contained therein was true He has to keep a row we feel that we have much to try.
to the county of Palatka, having read the arti- I and warned that it would bring on a
|*It bout a single exception. lie also passengers and report city thank God for, but we could not real- Up Connecticut way the Economic
I got Mr. McNab to cle of S. J. Hilburn, which appearedin I panic. He has noticed how general
;jiteii that no policeman had ever commissioners. ize why we could not have her always. Club of New Haven held a meeting to
market values, the true index of credit -
and ascertain the Ocala Daily Banner of Wed
these reports
heen stationed at upper Lemon street run through 0. mother, we would not call you discuss the condition of affairs, and I
of on this nesday, October :23! 1907, do hereby would rise in the hope that he
other the number passengers be
to preserve order any more than back: our joy would only your sorrow members of that organization did not
and October, severally certify that in our opinion, to the best would listen to the suggestions made
portions and that it was one of boat in September but home is ont to be found hesitate to pillor the president, and
show that in of and belief, the statements to him and would slump on hearing
the records our !
the most peaceable sections of the without you to cheer and help us he was dissected unmercifully.Mr. "
the same old warlige trumpet blasts.
city. lie further denied that any policeman September there were 556 passengers therein contained are true: meet the difficulties in life. But to John W. Ailing, a prominent I

and in October, CC4 passengers. The E. S. Cain. state senator.H. took will look for :
would lose his position as a Him who you we lawyer, openly avowed that Roosevelt
held September 30. So A. B. McKenzie, representative, In the new gubernatorial shuffle,
stated election was comfort. You have but dropped
result of the dry conditions, as your was the father of the panic and an
Warrick Pourter, lower house, legislature.Wm. what becomes of R. Hudson?
will see, raiment -
robe of and shining
I by Mr. Hilburn.Hy you clay put your all round disturber, meddler and fa

further inquiry I learned that that your zeal for the liquor traffic A. Russell, representative, on. You have not wandered far kir. Continuing. Ailing said:

several clerks bad positively been has led you into grave errors. You lower house, legislature.L. away, and though exalted and glorified "Roosevelt is immensely popular Jacksonville is not at all backwardin

laid off since the election and thata ought to have investigated the record C. Stephens, chairman board of we still are here and love you with the masses. Mr. Roosevelt is essentially coming forward. Indeed, Jackson

great depression in business existed "Wake up, lr.arrick Fourier county commissioners. get. BEULAH CARRINGTON. like the old Crusade leaders, ville was never built that way.

throughout the city. In all of Mr. ; it is morn; it is morn." R. C. Howell, sheriff of Putnam .
--. -
lengthy article I find but Another one of your mistakes: You county. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE ---- --- -
informed by one of the Joseph Price, clerk circuit court. .- "--1"" .."""" -.--
.tatt'w..t that contains one iota say you were -------- -

one of truth, add that is only partial, as employes of the "Harry Lee," which M. I. Coxe, county judge.A. State Pursuant of Florida to Marion conferred County.

j J ,_Jie Bays about 100 people had left the runs from Palatka to Drayton Island S. Willards, tax collector.L. me, Thomas K.power Elliott in and by upon virtue -

n 'ity, and I found that a greater number that it did not bring over one-third K. Tucker, superintendent pub- of two certain deeds, one by E. r lfILLINERYAs

left and the statement that the number of passengers since liquor lic Instruction. Mclver Gregg and his wife Sue M.

had is emphatically was voted out. I have seen Capt.J. E. T. Kellam, county supervisor Gregg. dated June 5th, 1S96 and recorded -
they were all criminals in office of Clerk of Circuit
E. Lucas, the owner and managerof registration.
untrue.It Court for Marion county in the state

Ii mom Mr. Hilburn; it is morn; this boat, who has given me a writ- S. J. Kennerly, county treasurer.T. aforesaid, in Deed Book 96, pages 7S2- is well known in this section, this store has

Warrick Pourter, in Ocala ten, signed statement that your state- H. Wilson, mayor city of Palat 785, and the other: by George H. Mc-

wake up ment is not true; that this boat Is doing Master and his wife. Lou P. McMaster always carried the largest stock of Millinery .
Weekly Star Nov. 1, 1907. ka.J. in
dated April 9th, 1896 recorded
well since the election as It did N. Blackwell, clerk city council.
as Deed Book 98, page 36 in said office,
letter to Mr. : before. In fact, he says he is satis- P. M. Hagan, chief of police. I will offer for sale, on the First Monday in Ocala, and this year's supply is by
IT* folloylng open
bySIgned fied it is doing better, and that if in December, 1907. at the Court -
: Warrick Pourter, accompanied most necessary he will compile a state- Statement of Palatka's Chief of Police House, or the usual place for legal far the finest we have ever had. When look.

statements from the sales, in the city of Ocala, at 11

prominent citizens of Palatka, was ment of its business for Septemberand o'clock a. m., or as soon after such ; ing for fall headwear, the ladies will stand in

Anti-Saloon Leaguedays October. "It is morn, Mr. War- Palatka. Fla.. Nov. 5, 1907. hour as the same may be conveniently -
r **\ved by the
I!W ago: rick Pourter; it is morn; wake up." I do hereby certify that prior to the done at public auction, for cash, 1 'their own light if they fail to inspect our

)1 ta 5 1907. You say that: permits for all the i wet and dry election In this county, the following real estate ao-wit:
1" Palatka, Fla.. Nov. South half of southeast quarter and
r Mr. Warrick Pourter, Ocala, Fla.: buildings that are going up were issued and during the term of my office, covering northeast quarter of southeast quarter J line. Lady clerks in attendance will take

articleIn I before the election. This is not a period of ten years, that it required of southeast quarter and south-

Dear SIr-I have Star of seen Nov.your 1. wherein true Mr. Warrick Pourter. Why a over one-third of the entire police east quarter of nortrheast quarter of i pleasure in showing these goods,

the Weekly refute the permit for the best one of them, and force of this city at and near the Section IS, Township 19 south, range
you say you successfully 19 east. Also all that certain piece,
statements contained in my letter the one nearest Lemon streetthatof saloons on upper Lemon street to parcel or tract of land described acommencing ;

published In the Ocala Daily Banner Mr. M. S. Brown-was issued after give police protection, and that it was at a point on line divid- i; &ffEIN

this will be a the county went dry. I asked Mr. J. necessary to keep one or more policemen ing Alfred's and the Caldwell lands
I hope
of Oct 23, and I
before N. Blackwell, city clerk, to look thro'his there all the time; that three- being 556 yards north of Alvarez
sufficient excuse for writing you, grant thence running north 360 yards SOUTH SIDE COURT HOUSE FLA.
ever Having met you or heard of records and ascertain the number fourths of all of the crimes committedin thence west 336 yards, thence south OCALA

letter above of building permits issued in September the city of Palatka were committedin 360 yards, thence east to point of
you. except through the .. _. '':._..-- ?. .>- -....
writing you I and October, severally and this locality, which are directlytract'8.ble commencement, making in all
referred to. Before i acres more or less, lees 1- _
traffic at that twenty-five ,
more to the liquor
he tells me that there was
tried to learn something about you, :: four acres conveyed" by George H.McMaster ,
but failed. Mr. Herbert Crook, formerly Issued in October than in September."It point; that it was very hard to preserve to E. M. Gregg ami" less i

a citizen of Ocala, says that he is morn, Mr. Warrick Pourter; It order and impossible to keep two acres conveyed to Colcock, leav. Banner Job ifooms for fine Prnting.

of name is morn; wake up." down the commission of crime at that ing a tract of nineteen acres, more or -----"--- -
your -
does not believe anyone southwest ------ --- --
You criticize our city its bad place; that since the county went dry less, situate in quarter sec "-
TM In Ocala; but I do believe you tion 8, township 15 south, range 22
\ streets dilapidated condition, etc. I there is a most marked Improvementand
and Saunders
rwn around there somewhere east. THOMAS K. ELLIOTT Red Red Saunders

'1 bop that If you don't receive this let- did not start out to boast of my city this locality Is as orderly as any ll-15-5t :Trustee. ,


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In the Land of the
. What is Going on '
Orange and Grapefruit -_. ....

fr About 100 crates of from vegetables Wauchula. a- :::: ...... .............4++4....+W....++....... ..-. .
shipped .
day are being ...... ......t+w+t+W** tM. ..
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F. W. Webber will plant 40 acres of ',
: ;3
tomatoes at Boynton for M. C. Har- :

deo.Orange City .orange growers are ... i. ....
figuring on a crop of 14,300 boxes this : : ....., IlK'l
i ......
season. J .
G. W. Franklin shipped the first I BROIl
::: car Sarasota of oranges last week.of the season from I / .. .-e..... 4t

Quite a few pines are being shipped :: t i ..
from DE'lray. Prces are good for .
lN really fancy fruit. ::: i C' }l'OGIEqRS" i ..
; L-r.itf
E1g ... .
Dr. W. II. Richardson of Boardman + WD lm ... .

In.5" place estimates this the season orange at 40,000 crop boxes.of that ft t =:.. u .x.1: 1;=r 1 i

Growers at Turners, Lee county, 0-- : -.
IWIf.. say that the melon aphis is attackingsome I Lt :
11( : 'f
of the cucumber fields. i ) -0 1T
), W. B. dine is setting out a citrus ,-- :.
PGA. grove at Rockdale. He has a numberof -r>- : ie.....
.... i
Marsh Seedless trees. Ii>-- .'
'laf' .
tNt Reports from the East Coast say --
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buyers are paying $1.50 per box on .
.r{' the trees for Indian River oranges. C>- : :. .-a....
;I. Box material is coming into Como -- OA11 .....
by the carload for the crop of oranges : -0 I
6>- ......
which will soon begin to move.A &- : II II
Ftt sweet pootato weighing 1C pounds I.P : : _.... It
f4 and grown by R. E. Wynn, near Sanford 1I- ..... I
{ : .a. ....
is on exhibition in that city.T. .
E. Pritchett of Candler says he .....
th,! has sold his crop of 2300; boxes of or- : .....
ItI; anges for $1.50 on the trees. '4
So far only about one-tenth as many Eltom .
..' oranges have been shipped from the .....
.i'ty Manatee country as at this time last i _
year. -e
The truck growers around Brooks-
1II ville are busy shipping squash, eggplants : -- o T e

leI Into 's- also coloring DeLand, cukes and very the beans.grapefruit rapidly.At Oranges. is coolr-are i. One thousand bushels Texas Red Rust 'i ::

ing beautifully, and lots of it is being 6- A : J
r .
bent to market. Z. T. Blelby shipped -cIE

1f a car this week to Boston. One thousand bushels Burt If.I
90-Day 3'
The orange crop in the Nocatee Mcmlty or i

3I is being rapidly disposed of to -- I .... i ir
local buyers, who are rushing the -- i ..... r

bl INj green purchased Crosby fruit&the to Wartmann Western crop of of the markets.Citra Seminole have i i Seed Rye and Chicken] Wheat : 3

I grove This crop consists of oranges, .... +
(I grapefruit and tangerines. ......
Oranges are going by the carload
ilk --
IJntp day from Umatllla. Many of .
: every ...... !
the growers have not sold 1 their crops, !
InfJ'' but are holding for bettter prices.

Orange packing has l begun at Clear, F .
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water. While the crop is about CO per
14 cont., prices: for fruit net the grower
aobut the same as last season.

niCs" Shipments of eggplant from Kathleen and Preserves i. .
have been very good so far and Jellies Jams in -
n'f strawberries are promising, but unlessit
rains tkgon! the result: will l be lisas '- -3ua: !

-"11t,.j t rou Pecans!. are among the products that E I tin and glass Ali:J J. r

do well on Bradford county soil and
quite a number of people living near i
gtI Starke have found them profitable. _
1'1di Returns from grapefruit shipped I ,
from Como recently are coming in. tII----- t I
"'l'lih and shippers are well satisfied. Three
cars of Citrus fruit left last week fl>-

.J.I"4fa(, .. from ward A preliminary Como.forming an meeting organization looking of the to I 20 and 30-ponnd pails Jelly, MinceMeat and

truck growers in and about St. Petersburg < i
was held Thursday at St. 4
"ItI11J"f Petersburg.The i Cranberry Sauces
land around Punta Gorda is
..a claimed to be extra good for raising I
lu:..' vegetables. An instance is told of iI i-
.,* ; where J. F. Githens netted $-tUOI) from I :1t \
Dates Currants ,
four of -Prunes
UIIh i. ::' Tomatoes acres eggplants:cukes. and peppersare .i ; and s I

being shipped in small quantitiesfrom : ....

weeks, Fort.however Lauderdale., the heavy In shippingof three va 1) orated Apples

11IIJ the fall crop will begin.So .
fIr: : far ten cars of oranges have
Clt -'
: been shipped to New York from the
IEn famous Carney groves at Lake Weir E L L, Raisins and Nuts to arrive by the 10IMMMMMIM s
J1. These oranges have averaged $L4_. -.
1.litH which means a net to the shipper of
$:!.:::5 a box.Newspapers.
.alit 11 form every section of == -
fit\: Florida report the harvesting in their
10.; respective localities of bountiful cropsof
th', the finest hay. Farmers just out- t -2
fato hide of Punta Gorda in particular have pr.
harvested many tons. Let Us Have Your Orders I
111 Up to November 1, this season, 13,-
CC4 boxes of oranges and grapefruithad t
.c- I t.
I 11"toj been shipped from Fort M\en i -
The shipments for season up to November ___ I -4
.rpcu 2, 1903. were 32.443: ; November ( -
i :
2, 1901, J
44,594 and to October 25))
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Dry 01\\ 1903.The 10.413.Seaboard branch .. ........................... >..................................... i
line ONN
to Sara- .
sota is d -- NiNNi 4..i1M/i4.........+i.11.. :::rE
lot handling about 100 crates of -
oranges a day at this time from that -- ...........,"J'..-<..
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section and at points further north m
'ft. packing houses are being opened preparatory E Yours for more business ,(
c1. ;. to handling the incomingfruit.
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Sheriff Frohock of Miami has established --4"1
a 15 horse-power steam irrigating =
11'hn plant in his grove at Fulford. He 0.--
has an, almost perfect system of irri- c>- A BROWN & BRa 111

ftnl{ gation ahead and of as a his result neighbors his vegetablesare and he I 1 .

{ will soon begin shipping.T. :: ,
snl'of .
Willims and A. J. Walker havea --- -41
U"ti- fine crop of grapefruit at their
wt grove on Lake Hollingsworth. Thereare
not less than: 1000 boxes on the OCALA
I"s trees and the fruit Is unusually fine.An FLORIDAIJI

Crl option has been taken by a buyerfor .....
this fruit at $::!.50 a box in Febru-
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